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LEHMAN, M.n.ilnt Editor fsntrrtti nt tht Pottnfflrt at Ittrtn, AV. at frand undrr Aetnf Marth, tn, tUitt VWm.1 Krtry ThurtHny nt lltrra, AV r, Vol. XXI Five Cents Per Copy. IDevotea to the Interests of tlae BEREA, MADISON COUNTY, 11 Citizen Jo-CLnteiir- L People per Year. Our Threefold Aim: To glvo llio nowa of Berea anil vicinity; to record llio happenings of Horca Collogo; to ho of Interest to all tho Mountain People. KENTUCKY, JANUARY 22, 1020 Quo Dollar and Fifty Cents Number 30 How Big I Berea? SOLDIER AND HIS ARMENIAN BRIDE FIRST MEETING NATIONS' P WorldNews The League of Nnllons has been called to meet at Paris and Leon Hourgeols, an eminent Frenchman, has been elected temporary Presi dent. Tho main duties of tho Lcamio will bo connected with tho carrying t of the terms of tho treaty, Mr. Raymond Fordick, selected by Secretary Sir Eric Drummond as an under secretary, hns offered his resignation on account of tho action of tho American Senate In refusing to ratify the Treaty and tho Lcaguo. o-- Paul Deschancl, tho recent president of tho Chamber of Deputies. Ho Is spoken of as an able man nnd especially ns a safo ono for tho present conditions. Thofailuroof tho National Assembly lo elect Clcmcnccau has given rise to comment in the United wffcj5 rhctd by&yxw ffi I MMMMw MMMm nt 10:.10 Slates, but French refusal lo honor The council organized o'clock by electing Leon IJourgeols the great political forco of the war After dodging the bullets of tliu Hun, mid the wiles of tho charming clinlrinnn nnd confirming the choice of Is about the amo treatment America victim to the llnshcs from French maidens, Private Kniest Lockwood fell Sir Eric Dnimmoiid of Great, Britain has offered her own president. tjic beautiful lilnck eyes of this Armenian girl, whom he promptly made Mrs. general secretary. d pronounce her mnlileu mime, lie ndmlt. Lockwood. lie couldn't even The first ofllclal net of the council The Council of the Allies havo drove n motortruck under lire In France nnd In'er vns nt whs the nppnlntment of n commission of,the Near Knst Itellef garage In Constantinople, where he met the future Mrs, o trnce upon the spot the frontiers finally made a formal demand of I .nek wood. He In here on furlough, but soon expects to return to ConstantiHolland for tho cxfradltion of tho of the territory of the Sarrc basin. nople and his Armenian bride. Ti,e council received Its first formal former German F.mpcror, and suggest protest to be. presented to It almost that a refusal will not bo regarded before It came Into being with todny's as fitting on tho part of that coun Initial session. The protest wns from try. A storm of protest is going up "the envoys of the elected government among tho class to which tho ex- ! of the Irish republic" against "the unbelongs nnd Iho demand is Jreal English slmulnnce of nn Inter- kaiser characlcrized ns shameful in tho Liquor Cargo of Sinking Ship. national league of peace." Stanford. Mr, nettle McKlnnoy. S'i Boston. The British freighter Yar Slg. Ferraris, on behnlf of Ita'ly, extreme. Many a king nnd general died after an Illness of only a few mouth, which left New York for Ha snld his nation was glad to respond to of high standing is beginning to feel hours. vanu with a cargo of liquor, was re the Invitation "of the president nnd nervous thinking of his turn next. ported In radio messages to be sinking ndd-eMnyfleld. Pneumonia following She gave her position us lattltude 'JX. the grent American people." He By Professor LeVant Dodge thnt among the duties of the league measles caused the death of Miss l.eln north, longitude 74 west, and said that It is reported that tho Allies havo would be to give attention to the high As a people, wo aro not yot "out which rested the viewi and claims May Heath, in. she was "24 miles northeast of Light cost .of transportation, the high cost decided that Constantinople must Vessel No. 3." The message said: of living, and the stnte of Internation- bo internationalized. Turkey ha3 of tho woods" In U10 matter of the of the opposing camps. tanttnti. Edward Welch, CO, prom There is leas of asperity now, Inent In Masonic activities, dropped "Forward ballast tank leaking Into en- al ftnnncn offered a protest against tho breakwar, tho pcaco treaty, and the The Yarmouth register gine room." peoplo aro romlng to roaUzo up of her territory and especially Bourgeois In Address. 723 tons. raguo of Nations. But wo can be- More most great forward movements dead at ltenliuui. Ivy. that Icon Bourgeois, French representa- tho loss of her great city. A recent gin to sco light ahead; and there is hao been bem of compromises. tive, who presided, snld: Mrs. P.0y Mason Mlddlesboro. statement from tho Sultan gave ex "The tnsk of presiding nt this meet- pression to the idea that Turkey God died from Injuries received when 3 DIE AFTER EATING OLIVES good reason to hopo that soon wo There muM be a gi ing nnd Inaugurating this great Inter- mado a mislako when sho joined shall bo Into tho full daylight or hat en 'owed nr. ens matt with tho she fell while skating. Father, Mother and Son Succumb In national Institution should have fallen with Gcrma- y and Austria. j.i(Tli.lAnl t unl.'A llin tl'ni-lll- 'l No question of God's provldonce. It Is to President Wilson. We respect the ,, New York Hospital Two Other Hazard. Theodore Woods, 80, Civil i. uurecent years has so fully engaged gr- - ucsi , ri uuuu.y 11...- Wnr V(,lernni ,,,,,,, nt vper reasons which still delay final decision better to find It out- later than Children Seriously III. tho earnest attention of U10 Ameri- sfrnw ballot taken a Tew dayx ago, nf(er aI1 ,UlMS or fK,yen months. by our friends In Washington, but ex- never, but it will not save for Turcan people as tho ono in process of In Ihn Collegiato Chapel, did not go . New York, Jan. 17. Three members press the hope that their difficulties key her holdings in Europe. boing threshed out In our Senate. far wide of a correct Interpretation! Paris. A snnko two feet Ions, uwuk-o- f of the same family have died from soon will he overcome and thnt a repeating bottled olives, and nn orphaned resentative of the great American reThis unanimity of Interest and of Ihe sentiment Of our people.! ened from a winter sleep, cause A request has been forwarded to hope for the happiest solution is in of opposing factions in tho known, was killed at the entrance to girl and boy are In a hospital with public will occupy the place awaiting tho Council of tho Allies in Paris the same nllment that killed their hlmnmnngus. Tho work of the coun that the old territory of Thraco itself a boon not to bo overlooked. Senate, as woll as others, aro anx Mnssle Hospital. cil will then assume definite charac father, mother and brother. Paul lessening of Ions to know how tho sovereign may be given to Greece, with tho Thcro Is a noticcablo Columbia. Ituel Ilurton, under In- died Friday. His wife, Marie, ter nnd will have that particular force people feel. That a conclusion will ,iicfim.nt The Mho tendency to chargo shooting Sin Clulr, will be died Sunday, nml his son, which should be associated with our exception of Constantinople. request was signed by a large num or vicious partisanship up. bo reached, during tho present sos brought from Warren county, Ohio, Dotr.lnlck, on Mondny. work. "January 10, 1020, will go down In ber fit professors of classical studies on thoso whoso viewpoint differs son of Congress, and a wiser ono under requisition. history as the date of the birth of n new befrom our own. I suspect that all of than Ihe original opinion of any DUMPED INTO RIVER world. Decisions to be reached will in American Universities who Mt. Sterling. Laura Itay Crooks, 13, LIQUOR us who havo been thinking, and ono man or set of men, I never have lieve that it would he fitting lo be In the name of nil nations adherwos taken to Lexington hospital sufof a section vho havo been keeping abreast with seen' reason to doubt. fering with a broken elbow sustained .Three Wagon Loads of Beer and Other ing to the first covenant of the league. mako this restoration tho trend of events, arc ready to acAlt this Is likely to bo achieved In a fall at play. that long was part of Greece. It Beverages Valued at $10,000 Now It will be the first decreo of all free knowledge that wo have revised our before either great parly, as such, In the Missouri. nations leaguing themselves together. would also bo something of a reopinions somewhat, during the past Is called upon to lake ground upon Cynthlana. The fiscal court approfor the first time In the world to sub ward for the useful part the Greek Knnsas City. Mo., Jan. 17. Three stitute right for might. But tho or peoplo have played in the war. year. It priated $1,000 with which to establish this international question. vnrlous It Is to bo doubted whether deep would seem unfortunato if tho quarters for the local post of the wngon loads of beer of.beverages alco- ganization of the League of Nations valholic content and other will not be complete until the assera Germany is somewhat puzzled patriotism alignment of (ho altogether' neces- Amerlcnn Icgton. and uncompromising ued nt $10,000 was dumped Into the bly of nil the sl.itcs.mccis." over tho course of action to pursuo over was moro nearly universal sary national parlies shold bo upon one Missouri river by tho police. The Lexington. Wulhice Embry had among us than at this moment. Wo other than questions of homo pol- leg cut on and the other mangled when liquor had been seized In raids by the in the caso of Mr. Ellis Dresscl, sent Gives British View. In struck by an engine In railroad yards police during the last two months. Bolicy. It is not surprising that hear much about tho danger of Enrl Curzon, British sccretnry of by tho United States as Diplomatic shevist sentiment gaining a bold in Senatorial discussions thcro should where he was employed. state for foreign affairs, nnd thnt nn Commissioner to that country. Ho his rcsidenco In tho old our midst- - Whatever there may bo havo appeared teomo tendency" to SEVEN SUGAR MEN INDICTED tlon's representative on the council of ha3 taken Georgetow-n- . The Cnntrlll apnrt-methe league, said: American Embassy but cannot of of this peril. It must bo admitted draw parly lines. It was to bo exhouse owned by Mayor Simpson On behnlf of the British empire, I courso bo recognized as an offioial 1hal thero is moro to give an cx- - pected that provious opponents ot Chicago Federal Grand Jury Votes was destroyed by tiro of unknown desire to express the loyalty of my until the war is ended by the UnitThirteen More and Continue cuso for it. "n tho present orgy of tho President would incline to critgovernment and the external domln with a loss of $11,000. It Investigation. ambassador reprofiteering, than in othor days. icise a document, in tho framing of Ions of the British crown to tho spirit ed States and nn .And thoro 'a moro encouragement which he took so prominent a part, Winchester. Harvey Knowlen, memunderlying the covenant of the League ceived from Germany by us. Chicago, Jan. 15. Indictments when llio masses rocognlzo an evil even to an almost complete disre- ber of the Polish Typhus Itellef Expe- ngalnst seven men, ofllclats of three of Nations. It Is our Intention, by parents that he gard of Iho other party. In like dition, has written noara As tho Kalian quostion than when wo walk, in fancied wholesnlo grocery houses, were re- every means In our power, to Insure over tho smouldering fires manner Ihosc of tho samo parly will leave for home soon. turned by the federal grand Jury be- Its prnctlcnl efficiency. It Is our firm settlement it is reported that tho fore Federal Judge Cnnenter, charg- belief that through Its Instrumentality radical followors of D'AnnunzIo pf n volcano lioblo at any tlmo to namo as tho President would havo Milton. Coal yards continue empty, nlono we enn hope to Insure thnt such forth. Somo months ago thoso a first Impulse lo flock to his stand- wood Is scarce and dear and tunny ing them with profiteering In sugnr. miseries thnt the world has expert aro afraid that Iho seaports arc to burst Thirteen other true bills. Involving the who wcro ready to accept at a ard. Hut on Iho pari of neither sldo citizens are buying coul In Carrolltou enced during the last Ave years shall bo given over to tho Jugo-Slavsame charges, have been voted. glanco tho proposal of a Lcaguo was this grouping unanimous. Ami, and hauling it tu t Ive miles. not be repeated and that n new era of In this caso they havo signified an which, it was hoped, would at if tho peaoo and Lcaguo question International relationship shall dawn intention to burn tho cities rather Paris. A. It. Johns, photographer, BROWN'S WIUOW IS ARRESTED "The League of Nations is an ex- (ban give Ihem up. It is probable onco melt all swords and mould wcro to be mado tho leading issuo substipresslon of the universal desire for that either Italy or tho Allies may them into plowshares, " charged in tho nexl presidential election, who hnugmcd he had found u Inssmu for whisky, was declared Mr. Ruth Prevost Brown Taken Into saner methods of regulating nffnlrs of be ablo lo forestall any such rash 'thoso who demanded n second (hero would bo found a number of tute M'nt to the Lexington asylum. Custody on tne unargs mankind, mid provides machinery by and Independent voters far boyond our look of Perjury. with being which practical effect may bo given and unwarranted action. On Iho other hand tho oppo wildest dreams. Tills Is as it should treatmeut .Mm Held. The l'usteur the principles of International friend Mount Clemens. Mich., Jan. 13. nents of tho treaty and League, be, Somo nccossary concessions will has heen ordered for Mrs. Nellie ship nnd good understanding. Tho suc Tho now policy or Lloyd-Georu Mrs. Uutn Prevost Brown, nineteen' cess of the labors of tho peace con'in tho form presented, .found thelri he mado on both sides; and tho final ItecviK ami three Children bitten by causwidow of J. Stanley Drown, ference Is n good augury for the fu- of England toward Russia is vpnr-olmost cffeclfvo weapon to bo tho conclusions will bo nccoptcd with cat which was found to have rubles. society man, who wns murdered ture of the Lengue of Nations. For the ing much comment. Tho blockado local claim that to ratify would bo to well nigh general acqulcsconoo. Wo urni, vviiiiinn- - , npeeniber 23.. was tnken Into custody- first time nn nttempt wns made to has been withdrawn and supplies sacrlflco fomelhing of our sover- - shall present a united front to tho charges arising from stnte- bring together under tho auspices of aro now being shipped into Russia. sister ot Norrls Williams, one of the, on perjury by her during tho n oignly as an Independent and vlrllo rest of tho world, and bo moro captured by the Ger- mcnts mnde tho lengue representatives of govern Somo regard this as a surrender to tlnt Americans of the crime. She Is the sec- ments, employees and labor, ind nn power. And so stalwarlh pa- -' llucntial among tho nations than mans, vu married to E. A. Huthavvuy, tho Soviet regimo but official held In connection with exceeding the results of the trlollsm was tho foundallon on over before mid they went to Cuba for a bridal ond person dcclaros it is intended rathPrevost, Lloyd hei ndvancework the slaving. trip. of the previous qunrter of er lo strengthen tho opposition and cousin, and n chum of the slain man, entire CONTENTS or Stricken World; Caro of Chilcounty Jail charged with the n century has been mnde In the field that England has no purposo of International action on Industrial Hnranl.C 0. Kawllngs filed sulc Is In the dren. murder. making terms with tho group repugulnst the Workmen's Compensation questions." PAGE 1. Editorial; An OptlmisUo PAGE 8. Fast Kentucky Nows. resented by Lcnino. Hoard to compel approval of contracts reVlow; Ky., U. S. and World Next Meeting In London. not exceeding limits of the law, DR. FREUDENBURG ARRESTED Walking "Indian Fashion," that Is, duction of aii attorney's feo being nt All tho members of the council callNows. Congress !s asA with tho feel pointed straight to tho lsue. Washburn-Moor- o WedPhysician Taken to Jail Brother of ed for by Ihe covenant of the league, sembled ngaln in Washington, conPAGE 2. with the exception of the representa"Mustard Poisoning" victim tho ding; Ilorca Collogo Nows; Now front, instead of at tho customary of labor Shortngo tives of the United States, weio pres- sisting ot representatives ot all Itlchmond. Sign Complaint angel, has boon found to bo good for Y. M. A. School. countries. Quesent when M. Bourgeois called the Spanish-Americto concentrate all acweek arches, says tho United Stales caused farmers tions or trado, banking and credit, PAGE 3. Serial Story; Washington tivities qii preparing tobacco for the Markeson. Wis., Jan. 13. A war meeting to order. Publio Health Sorvioo. After the nppolntment of th com- as well as other aspects ot our remarket, with tlv. result that corn left rant charging first degree murder wa Letter. M. Bourgeois proposed lation with theso countries will bo hi the shock has rotted, cutulllng u served on Dr. John A. Kreudenburg missioners, PAGE 4. Berea Locals. fiatllo aro fattened for slaughlor vast loss. In connection with the death of bis London ns the place for the next meettaken up. Soveral such meetings PAGE 9. Thrift Weok; Publio by being overfed and not allowed to Mrs, Nettle Duffles, ing of the council, nnd this wns apmother-ln-lnpast, slnco Q. L. who Is sold to have died of "mustard proved. Lord Curzon suggested leav- havo beon held In tho Sobool Notes: Collogo Woekly exercise Many men and women Winchester. Commissioner 0. ing the dato and the order of business tho plan was started by James brought buck from France poisoning." Calondar; Normal News; Father preparo thcmselvos for slaughlor Walnseott decided by the chairman Hlalno In tho 80s. Thoy havo regrave of Captain open, to be a photograph of tho The worrant was served after and Son Wook. by voluntarily adopting tho "stall Tho between Prosecutor ii. J nnd the secretary, since, he said, "It sulted in much. good. Hutchcraft, which will be Mountain Agriculture ; fed life," says tho United Stales Iteuben on display" nt tho Capitol In consultationcame here from hlr home will be necessnry to consult the United PAGE 6. buildings in Washington placed Paul, who Homo Department. Publio Health Service. Don't over- Frankfort. In Berlin, nnd Acting snerin Alex States on a grent many questions like- aro among the most beaulltul In Sunday-scho- ol II. A. Price, brother of ly to arise." McDonald. Loason; eat, and lako plenty of healthful, 1PAGE 7. tho oity. (CoaUantd oa rtg BtM) the laln woinnq lithe cP.mplnlnanL Sermon; Problems Faolng- - a outdoor cxerolso. Paris, Jan. 17. Representatives of France, (Jrcnt Britain, Itnly, Greece. Belgium, Spain, Jnpnn nnd Brazil, members of the council of the League of Nations, met In the "clock" room of the French foreign ofllce for the first meeting In the history of the league. 11 Lock-wooIm-t. The census of Berea is about completed. The population is much less than many have supposed. It is barely possible that 1650 persons will be enumerated as living in Berea. Some had thought that there were as many as 2500. Our enumerator has done his work faithfully. Certainly no one will blame him for not get-tin- g the larger number. It should be remembered that students who are not there are about 1,600 enumerated here. We suspect that Berea is not alone in this matter. Many other places will find that they have a smaller population than they thought. This will be trueof large cities as well as small villages. The wise thing to do pow will be to begin to boost lor a bigger Berea. There is no reason why we should not double our population in the next ten years. We have a good location, just on the boundary between the rich blue grass country and great undeveloped mountains. The next ten years will see marvelous transformations. Already these counties are voting hard roads. We are located on a main line of a good railroad. We have good business houses. And though Berea is not as large as we thought, she has a name and a presKentucky that will attract desirtige in South-Easter- n able folks to locate here. One thing we need to do and that is to organize and boost for a bigger and a better Berea. If theie are any factions or partisan spirit, let them be buried. Divided towns seldom grow, neither do towns and one-ma- n have no organization whose special purpose towns that is to make them grow. Hurrah for Berea - O. L. non-resident LEAGUE Pro- First Session of Body Gels test From Irish. ITALIAN PRAISES THE U.S. J J Leon Bourgeois, Presiding Officer, .n Addressing the Council, Expresses Thp election for president in Regret at Absence of United Franco resulted In tho cholco of M. States at the Opening. Kentucky News U. S. News An Optimistic View d Ma-bb- ... pri-mm- ,,, - Del-be- rr 11 fl. noar-lrallo- rs. go d 11 i.,.,,Ti... rld Inves-ligatio- lly a an Pan-Ameri- Pngo Two Washburn-Moore TUB CITIZEN January-22- , 1020 uniquo nnd interesting wedding at A well attended meeting of lho lng travols this winter. I.i,ii. sin, offers cash prize's aggregating . . . . tT Ir ,i ' it i i li.in. oaniKiry 1 1, wucn miss r.nn nerca wo went Kasi iny mo uncsnpcaKo Leaguo wan Tj)0 DcI(n gaiety w(19 rcpra. ? 0,000 for lho best suggestions for vr Mvnrc, u 'noruo icacucr in mis conducted Sunday afternoon at 3u0 and onto, ana icit, .Mrs. ioim in scntcd by Luther M. Ambroso, Chas. tlio Republican platform by young department, and Major James Wash- - 0ciock In tho Parish House. Miss Washington whero her daughter, Graham Charles T. Morgan, voters, both men nnd women, in lho Harold lnrn of U. 3. regular cavalry woro r Pna Roberts, tho president or tho Margaret, and m, nolnhardt. Raleigh V. country. ; organization, uiii.iu in 111.11 mm-- . His offer has been formally acis again nuio 10 mko iioagianu, arc cmpioyeu in uovum- - Trooper and Henry M. Wcsloy. Tho Tho bride, having been closely ciiarg0 0f tho work of tho League ment offices. Thero wo stayed ono Ap,m Zc(ft Socicty wns represented cepted by Chairman Will H. Hays, connected with dormitory llfo for nftPr nn absenco of about two day, and visited our son WcslcV's ny Jonn D i,arkln, Leonard C or lho National Committee, and lho several years", was besclgcd by her months, duo to Illness. Every mem . olTico In the Deparlmcnt of Stato, .'i(,(PP ciinrles H. Carpenter and contest will open at onco and closo 10 aiiow 1110 quici wcu - 00r 0f u,0 Leaguo was glad to seo wiicro 110 is Assistant irauo Auvisor naymon T. Johnson. Mnrch 31, J020. ding she hail planned to bo set asldo' Miss Roberts onco moro in tho ofTl surrouniicii ny economise ami su A first prizo or $6,000 will bo Tho ncs(on. chulcd was: and to have a dormitory wending1 cn c)iafr, and reports about tho agrl- - solvC(li Thnl Ul0 prncpi0 0f tilts given for tho best manuscript which all Foundation girls might at- - professor Lewis addressed rho culture, manufacture and trado of all in.P(i .,m. shmil.l i rnrmmlPil hv $3,000 for tho second best; . ... 0 .. .. " rr -.1 11... f.f .1 !...!- - e. 111 10 nurcousuiiniuvinB--i,Paguluuu f. 11. siuiiu. t, in nis spccii no pomica countries in uiu worm, iu bl-- mu (n,i,19rnj corporations of the unit-bee- n and $1,000 for tho third. obtained, boys, girls and lcach-J- 0t how that only a comparatively! maps and correspondence and com- - P(, g(a(pj Tho gentlemen of tho Young Voters Should Partlcipato ers contributed ibclr labor of lovei sliort llmo ago tho best pcoplo of lha mitteo rooms yoirwould think Undo pI)f Delta affirmed tho rjucstlon and To tho Young Men and Womon make the Hall r fcstK'o plaM. It, community, even tho deacons of fho. Sam Intended at least to know what , ppniCmcn of tho Alpha Zcla of America: entrance, stairways, halls, mantels, churches, used liquor nnd served It! Is going on nnd whero aro charccs onCit Tho Republican National Commit- nnd fireplaces wcro lavlshfy dcco- thP?r friends without compunc- -: to extend American business. Wesley, Rcinhardl and leo wishes to express its gratitude Messrs. rated with evergreens froiri tho Kcn.tfon of their consc'.epce. But as tho In New York wo got an Instdo tho afflrmatlvq speakers, to Mr. Truxtun Bcaio for his palrl-ot- io brido ,uSCourso continued, ho related how j room nl n great hotel whero wo havo 9mmcti up thctr nrgumcnla with tucky hills, beloved by both suggestion. Tho Committee nnd groom. tbeso samo pcoplo several years lat- -i stopped before, and wcro nblo to get ',j)0 f0owng thrco paragraphs rc- - urges tlio popular participation in As in tho marriage of John Aldcn Pr ceased using liquor and forbado our quiet sleep right In tho midst of spccttvoiy. tho coming national election and la Wlllliiin i..'Ito.v rctniiiet iiiik lu'vn nnd Prlscllla, in days of yore, It was' 11. or nm.n,.nnn eager for lho actlvo .h- nv anv member of their con- -l the most noisy and busy city In tho not deemed sufilclcnt that lha gregatlon. world. New York Is tho homo of s npcc, sary (o tho workt ng man Irf I lie younger men and women or tho riwiinliil ilic llxon nutln' for ltltf John Barloycorn has f(;r inrrltorliiilx iiclili'Vi'inciil In cliurch alone should bo present, but' been deported. Tho next most con- - Will Embree, whom all Derea knows, onipp inl ho ma b(J c , lo d(jnj nation, so many thousands or whom Kclriico. Ill imwt uutnlilo wcro summonca 10 spicuous evil which Is racing tho nnu 01 iiogcrs, our grcai inventor. wi(i ,ho 9(rong forCM of capita did their all in tho Into war. sciiooi ami siato n lulilcM'iuctil the dcpnlnc ! Moughton, add dignity to tho ceremony. people of America today is tho to- - And hero we saw Miss o Tho Republican Party shall of tho clovirlc tiropiiNlon innclilncry' An rmciont organization naturally Mr. Bradley Kincald or tho A. E. bacco habit. Wo admit that somo of , onco my secretary, nnd John Mlohel, r(lsolvp3 iL,clf ln(o ft closC(, ghop nnd to bo tho instrument In this for the liiittli'xtilps Now California, tic iiNo ilenlgnrd Hie dec-trlcF. in army unirorm and Mr. Earl the best or our pcoplo uso It. Thcro, tho Greek patriot who was a Bcroa lh(J princplfs a,iVocatcd by country to apply to new and changnincliliK'ry for f tie collier Ju Wiseman In navy unirorm acted as' j3 a maxim, however, that tho futuro student last year, and Is now con- - (ho cIog(1(, fh nr(J bcnoncln, lo tna ing conditions the wisdom of zpr. fitet, the llrst nnvnl vchmvI to be Douglas,1 Pan bo Judged largely by tho past.) nectcd with n Greek newspaper and ushers and Miss AHco K. ma9,es of ArnorIcan people by rals-we- ll ienco and tho efficacy or an honest, propcllt'tl. known to Bcrcans, filled tho if tbis Is true, may wo not Justly committees working lo help the peo- - in lho ,ving coniliuon9 0'f tno ia. Pzealous service. The delegates to . place of hostess. ... tho national convention will bo glad oppressed by the Turks! In New . expect lho good ncoplo of our land lo Plo .vln .,m n Tho walls of tho long hall thru discontinue the uso of tobacco with. York everything costs about twice cal(J 'n,3 eliminating lha of lho opportnnlty to study lho pre fm which tho bridal party passed wcro jn a few years, as our good pcoplo. what it docs in Bcrea, but thcro cj College competition of tho foreigner posed platforms submitted by tho New lined with garlands of fresh young of Ul0 previous era discontinued tho seems to bo plenty of people to buy w,(h , Standards, creating a young voters of tho land. ......... ..v.v.. (....o ... By Prof. Jobs F. Smith so 01 uquor wiiun mey occiuuo cn- -i Wo suggest that you adhcro lo tho e. -- - b- - rPacionat)Io eight-hoday and es- bloomed tho lily and lho rose and enlightened on lho subject. Profes- - wages seem to stir pcoplo up" lo ex- - tabj!M,ln npc. s,nco ,!lcso following rules or tho prizo contest: All lho pcoplo of tho Southland whose eyes glistened with tho dews sor Lewis's cntlro speech was very! travagance. New York is a city or prIncptC9 'aro Ju3't ,0' all Rules o! the Contest aro to bo congratulated on lho suc... narllev . of lifo's morning. Tho reception vivid and Interesting, and was thoro- -i "no weather. It was bright and . n Min . shop will prcv 1. Tlio contest is open to'all men cessful organization or tho Y. M. C. room in which tho ceremony looK iy nppreciatcd and enjoyed by all. comrortablo all the time except a powerrul autocratic employers rrnm -; nnd women not over twenty-flv- o A. Collego st Nashville. It marks place was graced by a lino or staiLeaguo play-wa- rt warm rain one day. Wo had some crushing theso Just principles; slnco Tho years or age. Attach a lho beginning of a new era of conyouths of the local chapter of writing contest has closed and Mr. sparo hours to walk up Firth avenue unions arc necessary to our com signed statement with your structive social work and Christian the American Legion, ranged about Wisdom Bilbrcy won first plaoi. and sec the fine clothes and acres or , Wo affirm manuscript that you aro a qual- sorvico Ihruout tho South. Tho colits walls. Theso young men In unl- - Tho Judges aflcircadlns: tho nlay other luxuries ror whfch wC have no hal lhfl prlncip',c Qf (ho lego Is run In desire, with ified contestant. form, gathered to do honor to their Wero astonished that a student could should bo recognucd by lho lndus- 2. Submit four typewritten copies Gcorgo Pcabody .College for Teachcomrade, the Major, who had shared writo such a production. Tho play-- 1 trial corporations of tho United or your manuscript. Sign only ers, Seaman A. Knapp School of NashviHe, Tcnn January 12. tho awful carnage and dangers of Crs have been chosen, giving a ralr Slates." tho "Western Front" and who had representation to each department, one. Wrfto on ono sido or lha Country Life, Vandcrbilt Unvcrsl-t- y, It is cosier !o tomo lo Xashvillo "Wo have proved lo you that Vandcrbilt School or Religion, paper. from New Y rk than from Boreal , been specially decorated for bravery Tho play will bo given In tho Taber. trado unions can no longer bo cffl In action whero the fight was tho naclo near lho middlo or March. Wo actually camo on a through 3. Manuscripts must not exceed nnd Vandcrbilt Medical Collcgo. r . .in,.i it,. liiusiu BilUjl ill. Thero aro two other great Y. M. . niuiuiu hottest six thousand words. ,.., The membership or the League is train without change of cars! Tho mill 111. ' KIUW, . . . fTM- .It.- II J .1... J ll.... (0 tjIC cfrcctlvencss of collective bar I. Send all manuscripts lo Walker C, A. Colleges In tho United Slates, at us "y mo uoorway oi mo reucpuuii growing sioaauy. mo students .1 "'si. imuuBii room was converted Into an altar all departments aro taking a decided) Philadelphia. Pitlsburg. Cincinnati Blalno Bcale Contest, Division Chicago nnd nt Springfield. This Is ,nJ dt mcnta or Young Voters, Republican tho first to bo organized south or tho npil Louisville. Our longest slop H bcncbn,3 ,ho cmp,0bycr by draperies of Old Glory and a interest in this important work. by furIsh. np nr inn "as in uiiiuiuuuu wuuiu wo nuu ing him National Committee, 023 Wood- Ohio. It will mc6t a need which has iiiiuhKiuunu oi iiowurs anu lunio. inn next reeuinr mnc with efficient workmen and Here Dr. Raymond, a former leach- - Leaguo will bo held In lho Parish! l'mo lo attend churchl ward Bldg., Washington, D. C long been foil by southern social . 1 .I . "" u,u oily. preserving indiURtrirl stability; It 5. All manuscripts must bo in nnd religious leaders. Thoy nro . .1 (. TT A t VnnU.11l. nf wuin 1. !.1 .I.J ci ui t.Alt. unuu .uiu biuuni, viuu in nouso n " Bunuay auernoon, teDruary i ' employer Insures tlio honest rrfnn aMiAnta ..I surplico and gown, officiated. judges' hands not later than fM ......I OWMUIIIJ In Mm Cmilli Vnn'rfn. .l,Ul. kJV...... at 3:30 o'clock. An instructivo and Church street is ono or lho main apainet lhc competition or un-bill, University ot Virginia, Chapel 3I,V1020. Promise Mon interesting program has been pre-- ! Places or business and hero stand lho strains of "0, March concerns who would scrllpnou C. Announcement sung by Miss Edna Healy died away, pared. - A hearty invitation is ex- - Proat Melhodist and Presbyterian '1)irp c, ' ,abop nnJ' u ot prizo win- Hill, Athens, Wako Forest, Tuskc-gc- e, (Jr Tulane and others aro well tho wedding march played by Mr. tended to all tho students or lho in- - churches with lists or their former ,lm nn( ' f' busInpss ners will bo made prior to lho it ivp3 II. E. Taylor ushered in the bridal stitulion, and lo tho people or tho pastors going back a hundred yean I beltpr opening or tho Republican Na- known, but not ono or theso at'employer nnJ salisfaction to tempts tho Epcclal work that is betional Convention in 1920. ivilInee who nro interested In this , This is also a great center for rolls- - cmpIoyce. ThcrcforCj w0 maintaln P"1 ., , , ing done in lho new collcgo at Nashjiiu luiuuaiuuiu, ;ui3 iuuijci ouiu, worK. V1S11 1110 lCugUO rCuruary 1, i"1" iiuuiii.aiiuii3. REPUBLICAN NATIONAL lhsl thc. Prlnclplo or tho closed shop ville. It has no special creed lo ema cousin or tho bride, arrayed in and see what it is doing, And this cily is "tho Athens or lho rnnnpn,7P,, h lhttAn COMMITTEE. phasize, is bound by no precedents, South," scat or Vandcrbilt Univcr- - I niot trtTnrtM I Ana et f Vim TTrt ( I fA black crcpc-dc-chiand carrying Is hampered by no conventional sity, and Pcabody Teachers Collcgo pink roses camo first, attended by JAMES SPEED VISITS BEREA CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR boanK Its policy Is to servo the Mr. Edward Davis or the A. E. F. in Jamcs Speed, Kentucky editor or, where our son, Norman, is Profos- , nnn, thn by navyUniform. Tho groom in full tlio Southern Agriculturist, spent, sor or Rural Education, and the new p(TpctVP witt,0ut the closed An interesting meeting was held southern pcoplo unselfishly religious workV. M. uniform, including cap and three days at 'Boono Tavern last A. Training School founded in Christian Endeavor last Sunday training social and th(J ,osed h bccauso .. . I r Js r t ers for towns and countryside r Mf aI Wnnnn'. Tnttolnn Criuuft nnrl lAAlrtni. a.iAm Weather- - to collcctlvo bargaining and the night. Tho meeting was led by Tlio collego and tho wholo South at- - the students and faculty at Bcrea as ford. Tho bright warm weather Is distinguished soldier, followed, Miss Lolia Harris and tho topic was: trade agreement; because the closed ar fortunate In havingfor Its presitended by Mr. Earl Lockin of tho A. ho has been an occasional visitor hero also. shop Insures the employer belter "My Favorite Psalm and Why." Th9 dent Dr. W. D. Wefttherford, student E. F. in army uniform. Little Anna for the past fifteen years. workmen and industrial stability; meeting was n very interesting ono Roberts, most charming in white,1 Ailho Mr. Speed delivered a talk Rural Sanitarium, Madison, Tcnn Insures tho public standard pro- and that ' Christian ntmosphcro secretary for tho southern stales for ' more than 20 years. No one clso In And her wo aro at another ramil- came net with thc wedding ring on in the Chapel on "Tho Haunt of the ducts; insures tho working man the which Is characteristic or nil our a silver salver. Tho brido clad In Great Blue Heron," another beforo lar place, nine miles from Nash- - American slandard of ,IvIngi am, Christian Endeavor meetings was tlio South knows tho pcoplo and their educational needs belter, no a handsome brown traveling suit of tlio collego students and a third ono ville, where we spent somo I mo two makcg fl ht .present in this one. iblo an offcclI military cut carrying a largobouquet in tho Agricultural school, ho camo years ago This instilulion Is man- - against Bolshevism and Anarchy, wo Tho courso given by Mr. Christo. knows theso things at first hand. His work has carried htm over all aged by Dr. Sutherland, who Poko maintaIn ,nat lho of white roses followed with her to Bcrea especially to sccuro id lndustriai corpo-t- o phcr In tho C. E. Expert Class will the rrgion, mountains and lowlands Bcrea students upon health a few ra of honor, Miss Parteo, dressed terial for somo article? for tho completed about tho middlo of shoul(, rccognlzo Ul0 prIn. .bo In black satin and carrying a bou- - Southern Agriculturist. Ho spent a days ago. Hero they aro training the wiptcr term. He announces that lo cities and hamlets, colleges and nf lhn ,.,,,, Bhnn w. . """I'" rotlon fields. It has brought him quel or pink roses. good portion of his time driving out nurses, men as well as women, lo Messrs. Larkin, Fielder, and John- - from that llmo until Juno ho will Into Intimate relationship with Tho Episcopal ring service as pro- - into lho country with noto book and caro for pcoplo In lho country. an ,vnr , tnnn,.nnc f give tho samo courso again ir thcro nnunced by Dr. Raymond and re- - comers to obtain Information and They show how sick people can bo alive enough who desiro to lako It. leaders in religion, business, social aro. token caro of without all tho pcated by tho brido and groom was photographs first hand. , n,nA This class takes tho placo of tho service, education and other walks r lifo. Tills Intlmato knowlcdgo of mnsl. he.nif.ifnl nnrl Imnrpaslvp. All pensive "nxings" of ordinary hos- class and Is ,k ,n nrgumcnL an(, Bcrca can be regular Sunday-scho- ol tho people, their history, traditions, pifals. By lho way, a recent sur- - hwlK. npmiI. n, ,, vnnn who listened to the rich, gracious' mhn r0r bovs and ttirls. All who aro In- TEMPORARY BUILDINGS service, so foelingly Interpreted by! Tho crowded condition of tho In- - vey of tho New York hospitals are capablo or faking n placo on tho tercsted in mis worK snouiu get needs, possibilities, Is ono or tho greatest qualifications for practical Dr. Raymond felt that ho ,i. had em slitution has mado It necessary to showed that tho cost per patient debating platforms or tho leading into his class. barked the couplo upon life's sea.OPOcl a numbep of temporary build- - per day varied all tho way from colleges or tho country. Tho prayer meeting noxt Sunday constructive service lhat any man can have. free from oil. adversity to sail se ings on tho campus. Ono has been $1.32 up to $0.00, and the patients Whilo the decisions of lho Judges night will bo led by Miss Susana got well as quickly at the cheaper curcly, To this qualification must bo addi Shullz. Tho topic will bo: "Tho placedjust west of lho Parish were being gathered Misses Healy passion for developing "ana safely reach Houso and another is located be- as at tho more extravagant! and Haley dcllglitcd tho audience World's Need of ChrisL" This Is ed others: a Hero, too, bright weather follows The Fortunate Isles on whoso shin- tween tho Industrial Building and an important topic and should bo the spiritual lifo among tho rural with a duet. Miss Payno was their ing beach, of interest to all. Como out, enjoy pcoplo; his great success In IntroBruce Building. This will be used us. Wo havo heard four kinds or accompanist on tho piano. ducing men lo Christ; his ability lo Tho sights wo sco and tho sounds by Mr. Goudy for his birds sing this mornlngl They havo (Tho negative was asked to give tho meeting, and hear about lho big classes in ' wo hear, a form and aro introducing goats n great opportunity and hold Painting. An extension is being us n summary of their argument for Christian Endeavor social which Is stnso in placo or cows. All the students Shall bo those of Joy and not of made to being planned for Monday, January up before peoplo a great Ideal, and publication as was the affirmative, the postofflco lo relievo tho bis long experienco In planning and fear." 20. congestion there. J hesitated to allow It to lintlitn n ilnit Cn lAan congratulations the brido carrying nut tho most practical, After . nPPrar in print together with tho llirnw linn Kmlminf '"-- " n imtiin nt constructjvo educational and social IC' '"argument " S ""'I"'--" Infn " e""l' I" tho afilrmative. so did young pcoplo. To tho dismay of the VICTORIA LITERARY SOCIETY servico programs. "CAME ui;ti. i uuiuiui. lull vuubiii;il not hand it to us. M. E.) girls tho fortunate symbol foil lo tho wish to sco tho new students or tho January 21, 1020 Tho work dono In recent years at A gamo or basket ball was played lot or Mr. Edward Davis, who not Heard on Academy Campus old students or our nolghbors the collego gymnasium between Bluo Ridge bears evldonco or his in tlio wishing to keep for himself the fa- - j Ora Garden. most. Wo havo great expectations COLLEGES WANT RATIFICATION Berea Colcgo and Maryvillo (Ten- cxccullvo ability and statcsmnnllko vornblo augury divided tho bouquet, Biography Marlha Keats. from them all. Sincerely, Now York, Jan. 10. Advocates of nessee) Collego on Tuesday evening. vision. Ho has gathered about him among lho forlorn maidens so wo Recitation Elizabeth Thomas. Wm. Goodoll Frost ratification of tho peace treaty by Tho seoro was 21 to 12 In ravor or thcro a group or highly trained, predict with assurance that thero, Essay Daisy Bilbrcy. consecrated men who ccmpromiso headed tho poll In tho Maryvllle. will bo many weddings beforo Drbalo: Resolved lhat Tobacco SIGMA TAU LITERARY SOCIETY know how to leach and who percompkto returns of tho intercolle- vTlio line-u- p was as follows: Should bo Abolished. Affirmative Sigma Tau Prophecy another year rolls around. form miracles In training and Ingiate, referendum mado public hero Maryvillo Berea Owing to IJio Mexican and labor Mattlo Slrunk, Era Gossett; spiring men and women for clTcclIvo Kenneth Nlckols. tonight. They led by a small margin Wagner, f Hayes, f Ncgatifvo Ncjlo Balloy, Malvino Lifo troubles, tho groom, muoh to his and rHIglous work. of Roosovelt.. Everett RIneharL or voters who favored ratification Fields, f Hendricks, f Dallon. to Foundation's regret, was comMy Experiences In tho Back Woodi without reservation or amendment. In matters of rnco relationship his Stephenson, o Carter, o pelled to hasten back to duly imme- Music: Violet Franklin, Malvino Dal-to- n, volco is lho clearest and lho most Gilbert Todd. According to tho revised figures Callcs,, g Hilk g diately. Legion Tho American Elizabeth Johnson, Vcrda Academy News.. Spencer Blackljurn. aulhoritatlvo yet raised In lho tho referendum was volcd upon in Cjfark; g Montgomery Vance. formed a double line from (he Hall South. Ho Is a personal friend of Short Story.... VanDyko Woodford. HO colleges and universities and Richards, f Cotton to tho wailing automobile and Mr. Critic Mlllio Daniel. Solo radically nil tho leaders of both Elbert Robinson. 139,788 voles wcro cast, with tho folCarpenter, f nnd Mrs. Washburn, attended by all ?aces, and has their confidenco as Neil, g lowing results: tho Foundation girls and teachers Looks Suspicious Compromlso between Lodge nnd Every sore throat is a danger sigBerea's 'team showed up well. few other men have. passed thru this line to tho auto. "Frozen River Cula City's Milk nal, says tho United States Publlo Democrat reservations, 49,V53 votes. Fields has three goals to his credTho pcoplo of tho Southland may Hero tho girls gavo vent to their Supply." Hcadilno In tho Portland Ratification without reservation, it. Hendricks of tho opposing expect to bco n revival in construcHealth Service, and may indlcato pent up fecjings by vigorous rah, Oregonlan. somo acuto, Infectious dlseaso, such 18,232 votes. team was especially strong on tive social and Christian work duo rah, rahs, and mild showers or rice as dlphthcria'or scarlet fevor. Take Ratification with the Lodgo reser- goals, having fivo to his crodlt. to tho efforts or tho men who con?tl in tho direction of tho rapidly dis- tho Foundation Department, but of no chances. Have a physician make vations, 27,970 Voles. Tlio gamo was a swirt ono from lute tho faculty of this ndw Institutho entiro Collcgo and surrounding appearing auto. immediate examination. . A few Opposition to the treaty lo any start (o finish and was 'played tion led by Its recently chosen Major and Mrs. Washburn certain- - country. They will bo at home at an hours' delay may causo .death. oredilahly to both sides. form, 13,033 votes. t i i navo ii gooui wisnes not oniy qi 1519 West 05 St., Chicago, Illinois. mo I . Anti-Tobac- co 1 son-in-la- w, TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS FOR THE ANNUAL DEBATE PRESIDENT FROST WRITES THE WEEKLY SCHEDULE PLATFORM SUGGESTIONS BY New York, Jan. 10. Of Faculty Appointments Tlio debalo between tlio Phi Delia Popular here Teacher Mutrie YOUNO VOTERS will bo found on page 5 this week. Dear Citizen Readers: and (ho Alpha Zcta Literary Socle Army Officer Somo Of yOU will bo glad lO Icam lintil Snltir-nt in PnlWn wn Through lho ncpnUTican National Tnlcotl H.ill, tlio Foundation Dor PROfESSOR LEWIS ADDRESSED a llltio of wliat .Mrs. trosi ami i aro ,,ny cvcnn?) January i7, In tho Main Committee," Mr. Truxtun Bcale, for ( tnilory for girls, was tho sccno of a anti-touacc- o LEAUUJj noing nnu scemg on our iiu- -i chapel. Dean Karl T. Wnugh pro mer United States Minister lo Por Wedding WILLI 'M LfROY EMMET. ii. a T ns 1 11- 1 10,,, h' cIpc-trlc- nl nt con-linu- sro nl dec-trlcnl- ly Y.M.C.A. ,,, ur Anti-Tobac- co .. lu or,'P 1 t- 1 1 . ' "'" T As ,,,,,, no ..ncn ,, a shop-cavalr- y 1 ma-ma- ,, I ..' ., "I"" ,T,,h..aL BEREA-MARYVIL- . ' i January 22, 1020 THE CITIZEN word to Conwnrd's fnueli' mntters,' for, although Conward Carefully refrained from making any direct reference to Mrs. Hardy's purchn-- o tho inference that great profits would accrue to 'her therefrom was very obvious. Kldcnwns glad when Mrs. Hardy remembered thnt she must not remain up Intc. Her physlclnn had prescribed rest. Karly to bed, you know. Davc hnd opportunity for Just a word with Irene before they left. "How did this happen tonight?" lit PngOThroo cessful that the larger cities In nearly every section of tho country have asked for air mall service. At the begin nlng of this session of congress the postmaster general nsked for $3,000, 000 to bo used In extending the nlr mall service. For tho present fiscal year, which will end the .Inst day of June, 1020, there ts nvallahlc for this service SSTiO.ftlH), or Just enough to pay for ' the operation of the route from Wnshington to New York nnd from New York to Chlcngo. In nsklng for three millions the postmaster general told the legislators thnt If they would let him hnve thnt much money he would during the next fiscal yenr extend tho service by crentlng a through line from MInncnpolls by way of Chlcngo to St. Louis; n new through line from Pittsburgh by wny of Cincinnati, Indlnnapolls and St. Iouls to Kansas City; a through line from New York by way of Washington to Atlanta, nnd a through line from the Atlantic coast to tho I'aclfic by the extension of the line from Chicago to the western const. Hewnld to the legislators that he might be able, out of the sum asked for, to establish n line from lluffalo by waj; of Cleveland to Detroit. The house committee on iKistoffices and post roads has notified the postmaster general that It Is not disposed to let him have this $3,000,000 for the extension of the service, but Is willing to continue the appropriation of $850,000. l - tured "you should hardly conclude AMERICAN OUT that whnt has been, you know, glvet you the right entitles you" your attentions! "To n monopoly gives mo thi Perhnps not. nut right to n fair chanco to win a monopoly of your attentions." He was speaking low and earnestly By Robert J.C. IS SHIPPING GOARD nnd his voice hnd a deep, rich tlmbrt FEDERAL dulhoro NOT FINDING IT DIFFICULT In It thnt thrilled and almost fright Kitchener, and other poem TO OBTAIN GOOD MEN. rned her. She could not resent hli IffurMtem ty Inrfa MftT straightforwardness. She felt that hi was already asserting his claim upot her, nnd there was something tendet THOUSANDS OF THEM TRAINED SYNOPSIS. stances, mnlnly In cxchnnge for prop- nsked, with the cnlm assumption of nnd delightful In the sense of being with hli father on erty which we know to he worth next one who has a right to know. CIlAtTEIl clnltncd by such a man. Division of This Servsmall, badly managed ranch, David to nothing." "Oh, Mr. Conward telephoned nn In"I' must hnve a fulr chance to win One Important Etden has reached the age of eighteen ice Provides Chief Engineers' for "Yet you admit thnt wc must clean vitation to mother," sho explained? "I that monopoly," he repeated, "now with fair educational advantagea. An accident to tha auto In which I)r Hardy, up, don't you J" Turbine Ships Medleal Department wns so glad you happened la. You did It happen that Conward was presdaugh-'ta- r eminent eaatern iihyalclan, and hla "Yen, I suppose bo." Mr. ent?" hnve hnd wonderful experiences. Extensive and Efficient Irene, ara touring tha country, brings a new element Into hla life. Dr. tlardy'a "And there's no other wny. Dnve," Conwnrd Is charming. Isn't ho?" y "I don't know. It Just hnppened. leg la broken, and he l neeea-arllsnld Conward, rising nnd placing his to hla bed. Friendship, and someDnve did not know whether the By JAMES P. HORNADAY. thing mora, devetopa between lrena and nrrn on hi partner's shoulder, "I sym- compliment to Conward wns n per- A little nfter you telephoned me he Washington. .Vmerlcons are taking called tip nnd nsked for mother, nnd X)a"Id. your point of view, hut, CHAPTm tl -I- rene greatly enloye tha pathize with pure sentiment, and senti- sonal mutter concerning his pnrtner the next thing I knew she said he was to tho sea these days very much ns unconventional freedom of ranch life, and my hoy, It's or whether Jt wns to be taken as a coming up to spend the evening." did tho Amerlcuns of one hundred her aeon tlntanceahln with David rlpena ment linn no plnce In business." courtesy to (ho firm. In either enso he Dave dropped Into a sudden rcvcrlo. years ago. The United States shipInto affection. On Or, llardy'a recovery dropped the subject. There rnther resented It. He wondered whnt It was not so remarkable ns It seemed ping board has not round It difficult Dave ttie young peopla part, with the understanding that Imvld will aeek to Improve npprared to tic nothing to gain from Irene would think of this "ennobling" thnt Conward should have telephoned to get men to operoto the new fleet of hla position In Ufa and they will meet again. pursuing It further. They were In tho business In the drab days of disilluMrs. Hardy nlmost Immcdjntcly after merchant vesels. The signing of the CHAPTER III.-T- ha sudden death of hla grip of n system a system which had sionment thnt must soon sweep down he had used tho line. Conwnrd's tele- nnnlstlce which terminated the fightleavei Dald with practically found them poor, had suddenly mndo upon father them. Hut Irene appnrcntly did phone and Dave's were on the same ing In the world war on November 11, nothing but Ois faw bar acrea of tha ranch, the elder man having through them wealthy, nnd now, with equal not miss his answer. circuit; It was a simple matter for 1018, Introduced abruptly n period of yearn of dissipation waatcd the Income. "We shnll soon be settled," she snld Conwnrd, If he hnd hnppened to lift rendjustment of the servlco from n Ilia dehla paid, David goea to the neareat suddenness, threatened to make them town, determined to keep hla promise to poor again. It was like war kilt or hi Xfra Ifnrrlv nnd Pnntvnnl trnrn anon the receiver during Dnve's convcrsn-tlo- n war to n pence basis which presented Irene by acquiring an education and makapproaching. ing hliri'elf worthy of her, He aecurea the bo killed. "Then you will come with Irene, to overhenr nil thnt new nnd difficult problems and lnsted Night had settled when Dnve left nnd visit us?" flrat work offered, driving a team for a wn? snld. That might happen acci- Into the summer of 1010. coal denier, and rn'cts man named "I will Iteenle," he whispered, and dentally; at least It might begin Innbnut hla own age, by whom ha la the office. A soft wind hlew from the The first step In ttie readjustment led Into dlitlpatlon southwest ; June was In the air. Juno he was sure the color that mounted nocently enough. The fact thnt program was to turn bnck to their CHAPTnn V -- Attracting the favorable too, was In Dave's heart as he walked to her checks held no tinge of disowners, ns rnpldly ns prnctlcnble, tho nctcd upon the Information attention of the managing editor of a newspaper, David tecome a reporter. the few blocks to his bachelor quar- pleasure. Indicated two things: first, that he passenger steamers that Jiad been Edith, acutely sensible of hla good looks ters. What of the drab Injustice of had no very troublesome sense of chartered as a war measure for use and general northlnesa, fills In love with CHAPTER X. him, th.itieh with the memory of Irene In business? Let him forget that; now It honor which Dave had long suspect- as training ships for the merchant mahla heart David does not perceive It was night . , . and she had called Klden lost no time In making bis ed and, second, thnt he had delib- rine, and on which apprentice seaCHAPTnn VI -- Davl advance! to a po- htm Davc. erately planned a conflictlon with men, stewards and firemen were given first call upon the Ilardys. Irene alllon of responsibility on the newspaper He dressed with care. It was not . n a. BMll.lntAnf-Blil- n fn,iM?a.1 tvllll him cordially, but Mrs. Hardy Dave's visit to the Uardy home. Tills Intenslvo Instruction for two months David, for hi own ndvantage. lie sees, until he was about to leave his rooms policy of some kind; a before being shipped In merchant the town Is 'Tine" for a boom through. ,i.n, f, rptnomliprixl tin mint illnp evinced no more warmth than propri- Indicated a David eemrea the backing of the news Klden, however, al- -i scheme deeper than Dnve wns ns yet crews. To replnce Hie training vesety demanded. TM'cr for schemes In which he la Inter alone; he hud been dressing for her, lowed nlmsclf over able to fathom. He would at least sels thus turned back to normnl peaceno annoyance este.1. nnd the two, as Conward and unconsciously. The realization brought Klden, ro Into the rent estate business. that. A very iuuch greater grievance guard ngnln.st nny further eavesdrop- time uses, the shipping hoard authorsomethlngNif n shock. ping on his telephone. CHAPTER ized the allocation to tho recruiting of clean mind. him up with d upon his mind. been David determlnca to get away from hla "This will never do," ho said. "I had had thrust He took a cord from his pocket nnd service of not less than six of tho preceded him and was aluncongenial surroundings, nnd Fate brings him Into contact with Mr. Melvln can't eat alone tonight, and I ain't ask ready n guest of tho Ilardys. made some figures on It. "If you wooden cargo ships constructed by Duncan, wfo sees the Inherent Rood In the Iteenle, so soon nfler the Incident with Dave knew Conwnrd well enough should have occasion to call me at the the emergency fleet corporation. boy and webnmei him to hla home, where I know Itert Morrison." he meeta IMIth, his boat's pretty daughter, her mother. ThoLlfltnl of men trained for service to know thnt purpose always lay be- office nt any time plc,ase use that numand begins tne coveted education. He reached for tho telephone nnd hind his conduct, and during the small ber and ask for me," he said. "It Is In the merchant marine crews by the Vll.-Il- oth men CHAITKM become rang her number. wealthy during the "boom," and when It talk with which they whltcd away an the accountant's number. There's a recruiting service from the starting of Her numjier did not answer. He hour his mind was reaching out reason.' " la nearing Ita Inevitable end David disthe training system for apprentice covers, through Miss Morrison, society thought of IMIth Duncnn. Hut Edith The cups were empty; the sand- seamen, firemen nnd stewnrds Is as editor of the newspaper on which he had ucutely, exploring every nook of posbeen employed, that Irene Hardy ta liv- lived at home, and It was much too sibility, to nrrlvo If It could nt somo wiches and cake were gone, but they follows: Deck department (snllors), ing In town, with her mother Inte to extend n forninl dinner Invltn-tlo0.523; engine department (firemen), explanation of the suddeir Interest lingered on. There wns nothing for It but "I have been wondering," Dave ven- 0',OT3; stewnrd's department (mess-meWhen the Ilardys, had gone Conward to eat alone. He suddenly became which Conwnrd wns displaying In 'the I etc.), 5,333; total. 23,000. at length, turned to Klden. "Wo had better try conscious of the great loneliness of Ilnrdys. These explanations nnrrowed tured,you. You "Just whereourstand agreewith remember down to two almost equnlly unpaln-tablTraining Turbine Engineers. and find out where wo stand," he said, his bnchelor life. The chnrm of bachConwanl wns deliberately set- ment?" Another division of the recruiting trying to speak dispassionately, hut elorhood was a myth which only need-H- i She averted her eyes but her voice service training system for officers, ting about to capture the friendship, there was n tremor In his voice. gentle nttno-phecontnet with the was steady. "You have observed the which has met wltn gratifying suc"I agree," returned Klden, who had of feminine nffcctlon to be exposed. pcrhnps the affection, of either Mrs. terms?" sho said. cess, is that for training chief engino desire to evade the Issue. "Do you He took his hat and coat and went Hnrdy or Irene. Strangely enough, "Yes, In all cssentlnl matters. I neers for turbine ships, by means of Klden was more Irritated by the forconsider It fnlr to select Inexperi- Into the street. It was his custom to works of mer alternative than by tho latter. come to yoti now, in accordance with courses enced women for your victims?" tnkc his menls at a modest eating-plac- e Perhaps this nttltude was due to sub- those terms. You said that now we special mnklng nt tne this typo of engine. Conward made a deprecating geson n hut tonight he conscious recognition of the fact thut would know. Now I know; know as Karly In the building, program of the ture. "There Is nothing to he gained directed, his steps to thobcst hotel the he had much more to fenr from Con I have nlwnys known since those wonemergency fleet corporation trouble by quarreling, Dave," he said. "Let city nfforded. There wus no wisdom vessels for the hand of Mrs. derful ilays in the foothills; those us get nt the facts. When we have in dressing for an event unless he wns wanl as a suitor a rival for that of days from which I date my existence." had been experienced on new muny Hardy than as fitted with turbine engines. In agreed lis to facts, then we may agree going to detlect his course somcwhnt Irene. "I realize that I owe you an answer cases this was uttrlnutablc to the asConwnrd ns a prospective as to procedure." from the dully routine. father-in-laexpewas n more grievous now, Dnve," she said frankly. "And 1 signment of chief engineers The dining hnll was a blaze of light. menace- to his peace of mind than find It very hard to make that answer. "Shoot," said Davc. He stood with rienced In handling reclprocntlng en Ids shoulder toward Conwnrd, watch- Dave paused for a moment, awaiting Conwnrd as n defeated rival. Marriage means so much more to n gines, but unfamiliar with the basic ing the dusk settling about tho foothill the beck of a waiter, but 111 that mo- The more he contemplated this asnrlnclnles of geared turbines. city. pect of the case the less he liked It. Notwithstanding ttie urgent need of "I think," said Conwnrd, "we can nothTo Conward the affair could be crews for American merchant vessels agree thrA the boom Is over. We have ing more Ihnn an adventure, but It during the war, the demand for such dono well, on paper. The thing now would 'give htm a position of a sort crews beenme greater with the return is to convert our pnper Into cush." authority over both of of peace conditions.. Formed in July, Dave turned about. "You know I Irene and Klden. 1017, ns an agency tor placing In emany great moralist, don't claim to be When at leugtii Mrs. Hardy began ployment on shipboard the graduates Conward," he snld, "and I have no pity to show signs of weariness Irene of the recruiting service schools for for a gambler who deliberately sits In served coffee imd cake, and the 'two dock nnd engineer ottlcers, the sen and getH stung. Consequently I am men, taking thnt as an Intimation that service bureau had nrst expanded Its , nor not troubled with any their welcome had run down, but organization with the creation of the ny pity for. you, and If you enn get wounl rewind Itself If not too contraining service for apprentices In rid of our holdings to other gnmhlers tinually drawn upon, left the house toJanuary, 1018. IJy the autumn of 1018 'I have nothing to say. Hut If It ts to gether. OtijJhelr way they agreed that It wns apparent that the sea service be loaded onto women who are Ini It was a very delightful night. bureau should be developed as n vesting the little savings of their lives In Dnve turned the situation over nntlonnl shipping ngency, women like Ilert Morrison and Mrs. his mind with some Impatience. Irene and with a view to such development, Hardy then I am going to have a hud now been In tho city for several the shipping board in November, 1018, good deal to say." Davo went on with weeks, and he hnd had opportunity authorized the bureau to take over the rising bent: "If business has to be for scarce a dozen personal words shipping offices 6f the division of op with dono that way, then I suy toh with her. Was he to be balked by erations whlc,h during tne wnr nnu business f" such nn Insufferable cbupcronage ns It "Marriage Meant So Much More to a charge of shipping crews for nil ves "I asked you not to quarrel," Conseemed the punose of Mrs. Hardy Woman Than It Does to a Man. You sels under control of the shipping ward returned, with remarkable com- Dave Paused for a Moment, but In and Conward to establish over his Don't Think So, but It Does." board, with principal offices at posure. "I suggested that we get nt love affair? No. In tho net of unThat' Moment Hla Eye Fell on ConNow, grunting that the the facts. dressing ho told himself, "No," suit- woman than It docs to a man. . . . ward. An Importnnt division of the trainboom Is over, .whero do we stand T We I ing system ing to the word such vigor of behnvlor Don't misunderstand me, Dave. Is the medical are rated as millionaires, but we ment his eye fell on Conwnrd. sented that In the morning he found his Would be ashamed to say I doubt my- department for recruits of the recruiting service. haven't n thousand dollars In the hank nt n table with Mm. Hardy and Irene. shoes at opposite corncrsof the room. self or that I don't know my mind, Kach ship In the training fleet Is at this moment. This" he lifted Mrs. Conward had seen him and was moSeveral days passed without any but you and I are no longer boy nnd n completo Hardy's check "would have seen us tioning to him to Join them. The sit- word from Irene, and ho had almost girl. We nre man and woman now. equipped with every appliance nnd In pnyday, but you say tho uation was emburrnsslng, nnd yet de- made up his mind to attempt another And I Just want time Just want time hospital, with oVer uext strument that would be required In (Inn must have nothing to ilo with It. lightful. He "was glad he had dressed telephone appointment, when he met to be sure thnt that " nny ordinary surgical emergency, And which Is tho tuore Immoral slnco for dinner. "I supposo, you are right," he anher, quite accidentally, In the street. Any major surgical operation can be you hnve Sxkcn of morality to "Join us, Elden," Conward said, as She had been shopping, she snld. The swered. "I will not try to hurry your scientifically and properly performed will only try to give you labor from clerks whom you can't he reached their table. "Just a little duty of household purchases fell decision, pay or to sell prmpcrty.to women who dinner to celehrnto today's transaction. mainly upon her. Her mother rested un opportunity to know to be sure, In nny of these hospltnls In the train sur liospltnl hns sny they want It and are satisfied with You will not refuso to share to that In the afternoons as you said. Then, when you are sure, Ing ships. Knch mnlo nurse, a hos and you will speak. I will not reopen the geon uttnehed, n thou- extent?" tho prlco? We have literally "How about, n cup of ten," snld pital attendants. In the routlno of Wo sands of unsettled contracts. Dave looked at Mrs1. Hardy. Had he Dave. "And n thin sandwich? And subject." 23,000 His words had something of the tho recruiting work, more than must keep our stuff together. Wo have been dealing with Conwnrd and Mrs. it delicate morsel of cake? One can physlcnlly by debts (o pay, and wc owe It to our Hardy nlone he would hnve excused always count on thin sandwiches and ring of an ultimatum, but no endear- recruits were examined medical depnrt creditors to make colTectlons so that himself, but he had to think of Irene. delicate, morsels of cuke. Their func- ments that his lips might have ut- representatives of the 1018, nnd we can pay those, debts, and wo can't That Is, he hnd to Justify her by being tion Is purely a social one, having no tered could have urlnned her heart so ment between January, surely. 'She knew they were the Juno, 1010. mnko collections without a staff. Why, correct In his manners. relation to the physical requirements." Prospects for Air Mall. on tho property we are now holding "Do Join us," snld Mrs. Hardy. It "I should bo very glad," said Irene. words of a man In deadly earnest, a mall service the taxes alone will amount to twenty was evident to Mrs. Hardy that It They found n quiet tearoom. When man who had himself In hand, a man Is Tho future of tho air due to the uncertain. This Is thousand dollars n year. And I put would be correct for her to support they wero seated Duve, without pre- who made love with the snmo serious congress to come to n failure It up to you, If wo are going to stand Mr. Conwnrd's Invitation. liminaries, plunged into the subject purpose as he hnd employed In the decision, ofup to this tlmo, ns to the on sentiment, who's going to pay tho other projects of his successful life. nr nenrest his heurt. "You are very kind," said Davo provision It will make for the various taxes?" ho seated himself. "I had not hop "I have been wanting, nn opportu- Had It not been for some strange ulr service. At And yet th "I know ; I know," said Davo, whose for this pleasure" nity to tulk to you wnntlng it for sense of shume somo fear thnt too branches of of anger over tho treatment of tho Har-dy- s pleasuro was not unmixed. Ho felt weeks," ho snld. "But It always ready capitulation might be1 mistaken present there nre three bjunches the was already subsiding. for weakness she would have surren this nctlvlty, one operated by "Wo are that Couward liudoutpluyed him. It seemed " urmy, one by the navy and one by the ' "Always seemed that you were dered then. In the grip of tho system. Still In wus Conwnrd who had dono tho gra"I think that is best," she managed iKJstolllce department. Considerable war they don't usually kilt 'women and cious thing, nnd Duvo could not pre- thwarted," his Irene completed noncombatants. That Is the point I'm vent Conward doing the gracious thought. "You didn't disguise your to say. "We will let our acquaintance- - sentiment In favor of consolidating theso services exists In the legislative trying to make. Pro no sentiment thing without himself being ungra- auuoyance very well the other night." snip ripen." body nnd a bill pending In. each branch about others who arc In tho game as cious. (Continued noxt week.) "Do you blamo me for being anproviding for u separate department we are. If you limit your operations After dinner they sat In tho lounge noyed?" of aeronautics with a cabinet officer to them" room, nnd Conwnrd beguiled the time you for "No. Itut I rather blame Army Deserters Steal, Police Say. at Its head Is meeting with much fa "Tho trouble Is, you can't. They'ro with stories of sudden weulth which showing It. You see I was annoyed Purls. One thousand deserters from vor. Meantime development In each wise. Most of them have already hnd been prnctlcully forced upon men too." tho American army still remain In the branch of the service Is arrested. Very moved on. A few linns, like ourselves, who wero now regurded us tho busi"Then you had nothing to do with will stay and try to tight It out; try, ness framework of the country. As with bringing about tho situation thut vicinity of Paris, according to olllclnl naturally neither the navy,, war nor Many of tho desert nostolllce det)urtme:it desires to sur announcement. at least, to close up with u cleun sheet, these worthies strolled through tho existed?" leisurely room, wo must closo up. Hut we can't richly you do not ers are without domiciles unit are ev render Its Independent activity In tho furnished If "Certainly not. Surely r cigars, Conwind up a buslnes without selling tho smoking their think that I would that I would" perletu'Ing such lliiunclul embarrass- air. The situation with respect to carry summary of stock on'hand, and to whom nro we to ward would make a swift "I beg your pardon, Itecnlo," said ment that, according to the Krench cow Dave, contritely. rlso from liveryman, sell ff not to people wlio want It? That their "I should have police, they have resorted to misde- ing of mitt! through the air is receiv puncher, clerk or laborer to their known better. Hut It seemed such a meanors such us petty thieving and ing special consideration. The ulr mall la what you seem to object to." between Washington tind New strong coincidence." "You pluce tne In rather an unfair present aflluence, occasionally appeallarceny In order to obtain tho meant service Clght," Dave protested. "What I ob-j- ing to Dave to corroborate his statetoying with her cup, and of subsistence. The situation is such York city nnd between New York and She wus to Is taking the life savings of ments. It wus particularly dlstasto-fu- l for once her eyes uvolded him. "You thut tho French authorities ure pluu Chicago lung ago passed beyond the experimental stuge. It has been so suc to ml his should hardly think. Dave." she ven iiing u general raid. to Klden to he ohllireil goile people of moderate clrcura- mm.COW vlng con-fin- ve PUNCHER Stead IHA Con-war- d, 1 m Con-war- e. rc com-pnnl- side-nvenu- - semi-patern- self-pity- W MM New-Yor- Completing Alaska Railway. About the first thing Franklin K. Lnne did nfter he" becume secretnry of the Interior seven years ago was. to recommend thnt the government build n rnllrond from Sewnrdj to Fidrbnnks. In Alnskn. Congress deliberated over the recommendation two years and then ordered the secretary to go ahead. The road Is now more s built, nnd congress, at than the recent extra session, nfter examining Into the work, authorized an .additional appropriation sufficient for It completion. There has been but one setback In the construction nnd that was the washing out of. twelve miles of tracks nlong the Nennnn river. This Is a glnclul stream which, when the snows melt, comes down nt times with Irresistible force. In this Instance It nbnndoned Its long, nccustomed way and cut Into a new bed and through trees thut had been standing for several generations, tearing out part of the track which had been laid. It Is not possible. Secretnry Lane says, to tell what it has cost per mile to build the road already completed, because all the foundation work, the construction, of bases from which to work, the equipment for construction nnd much of the mnterinl nre n chnrge which must be spread over the entire completed line. The best estimate that can be made today Is that Is has cost between $70,000 nnd $SO,000 per mnln-lln- e mile, or between $00,000 nnd $7fV 000 per mile of track. This cost per mile Includes the building' of the most difficult and expensive stretch of lino along the entire route from Seward to Fnlrbnnks thnt running nlong Turnngaln Arm, which li sheer rock rising precipitously from the sea for nearly thirty miles. There are stretches of this road which have cost $200,000 per mile. Even to blast a mule trail In one portlonof this route cost $25,000 a mile. The only other government-buil- t railroad that across. the Isthmus of Tanaraa cost $221,053 per mile. The only two recently built railroads in the United States are u the Virginian, built by H. H. ltogers, which cost, exclusive of equipment, $161,000 per mile, with labor nt from $1.35 to $1.75 per day and all machinery, fuel, rails, supplies, nt 1U door; nnd (2) the Milwaukee line to Puget Sound, which Is estimated as having cast $130,000 per mile exclusive, of equipment. The work has been conducted with Its main base at Anchorage, which li at the head of Cook's Inlet. This point wns chosen ns the nearest point from which to construct n rnllrond Into the Mntnnuskn conl fields. Thnt was thi prlmnry objective of tho rnllrond, to get nt the Matanuska coal. From Anchorage it wns nlso Intended to drive two-third- nc-ce- pt t further north through, the Susltnu valley and across Itroad pass, and to the south along Turnagaln Arm toward tho AIn'ska Northern track. Provides Coal for Alaska. To secure coul for Alaska wus the first need. So In addition to Anchorage ns n bnse, one wns nlso stnrted at Nenann on the Tnnana river, from which to reach tho Nenann conl fieldi lying to the south. If theso two fleldi wero open, ono would supply tho cons! of Alnskn und one tho Interior. This program hns been ncted upon, with the result that the Matonusku field Is open to tidewater with a down grade road all the way. The Nenana road has been pushed far enough south to touch a coal mine near tho track which may obviate tho Immediate necessity foi reaching into the Nenann field proper. Matanuska Mines to Be Leased. There Is an oien stretch ncrose Broad pass to connect tho Susltnu valley with the road coming down from Nenann. This gup closed, thero will after-dinne- bo through connection between Sewnrd and Fairbanks. Ity decisions of the commissioner of tho Innd office, all of the claims In tho Mutunuska cont field were set nslde some tlmo ago, and by act of congress n lenslng bill wns put Into effect over tho entire field. Under this lnw n number of claims must Tin bo reserved to the government. field wns surveyed und some of tha most promising portions hnve been so Government experts who reserved. have examined this field do not promise, without further exploring, a target outiiut of coal from - 160,000 tons a year. THE CITIZEN Chartrr No. M3S January Krtrrv 22, 102O 4 iMitriet No. LOCAL PAGE NEWS OF HKREA AND VICINITY, OATHKRKD VARIETY OK SOURCES FHOM A Berea National Bank Report of the condition of the Ucrea National Hank at Bcrea in Mate of Kentucky, at the close ol business on December 31, 1919: " the ., Scientific horse shoeing, -- Best Blacksmithing flno iron nd. & work and rcpnirs of all descriptions nl the College Hlncksmllh Shop, Main Street, north of Tlie Citizen Ofllc?; L. N. TIME TABLE Secretary Vaughn addressed tho 'Woman's Club Wednesday afternoon kin tho Parish Houso on tho Hural Llfp of France. Mr. II. E. Taylor 'also gave an address ntjtho samo ,mpeting on Y. M. C. A. work In A largo number wero Prance. Ipriwpnt notwithstanding the in ; RESOURCES Loans and Discounts $365,682,10 ' Overdrafts, unsecured 610.07 U. S. bonds deposited to Ft cure circulation 15,00060 . .. I ... I .....I It u. I,.,., - iw lieuI mm uiiPiciijjvHit .. vs. C uuiiup, ,yuu.uw War Saving Certificate and Tluift Stamps actually owned . . 4, 130.00 Stock ol ltd era I Reserve Hank (50 per cent of subscription),,, 1,950.00 Value of banking house 500.00 1 Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve Rank 1 'i57-45' Cash in vault and net amounts due from national banks 5,395 4 Checks on banks located outside of city or town of reporting 6441 15 bank and other cash items Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer, and due from U. S. Treasurer .. 1,150,00 Total $546,319.18 .1- ....v.. .... tat,... N Northbound Train Train Train Train Train Train No. 3i 3:38 a. m. No. 3812:48 p. m. No. 32 5:13 p. m. Southbound No. 3112:40 a. m. No. 3312:25 p. m. No. 37 1:10 p.m. vis- The "Oldo Folkcs Concert" was College Chapel last plghl. The largo auditorium was crowded to its' limit, and all wero iilchlv nleased with tho entire en tertainment. This is ono "all-sta- rcompany. clement weather. repealed in tho LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in Surplus fund unuiviuca proiits, less current expenses, int., and taxes paid Circulating notes outstanding Individual deposits subject to check Other time deposits T Dividends unpaid 1 Miss Leila Jano Harris was ited at the first of tho week by her mother from Richmond, and her sistqr, Mrs. Paul Griggs. Mrs. C. T. Lakes returned to Irvine, Monday, after spending tho .week-en- d in Bcrea with her mother, Mrs. Martha Early. Mrs. Lawrenco Gould, of Ind., arrived in Bcroa Monday to spend some time with her sister, Mrs. Lizzio VanWinkle, who is quilo ill at her home near Wallaccton. Mrs. Dan Breck of Richmond was a Berea visitor at the first of the week. Miss Julia Bartlett of the College department was visited at the first of the week by her mother from their home in Alabama. Wendell, the little son of Prof, and Mrs. U II. Groves, had his tonsils removed on Monday at tho Col- Camp-bcllsburg, BEREA CEMETERY TO BE IMPROVED $15,000.00 40.ooo.co 2,501.40 15,000.00 360, 171,58 191,986.20 1,500.00 $546,219.18 The proceeds from the show to be given in the College Chapel, January 26th, aro lo bo used to Improvo Berea Cemetery. This show is a very high class one. The city theatres charge tfflc, so we arc getting a real bargain at 55c for adults and 30c for chil dren. This is a clean, wholcsomo show, full of fun, and has its educational value. Bring the children and tho whole family. Help this much need-c- d work by your patronage. Advertisement. MISS JACKSON ENTERTAINS Miss Geneva Jackson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Jackson, enter- Total . ; State of Kentucky, County of Madison, I, J. L. Gay, Cashiei nl the ahovcnanied bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement if true to the best of my knowledge and belief. J. L. Gay, Cashier Subscrilicd-an- sworn to before me this 10th day of January, 193a , Eva Walden, Notary Public. now. Miss Alice Case, a graduate of Berea and formerly assistant to the college secretary is rfw ono of Prof. Hunt's secretaries. Until recently slip was engaged in govern ment work at Washington. Mrs. Rose It. Morse of Williams-fiel0., is visiting her father, D.L. Roberts, and her sister and broth ers. Mrs. B. W. Hart and E. L. and J. P. Roberts. . Mr. Vnse, the head bricklayer for the College, is ablo fto be about again, much to the pleasure of the boys. Prof. Wm. Carl Hunt was in Be rea imp nrsi. oi mis wcpk. ue nas been for fch years a professor in .fho Normal Department here, and has been granted a leave of ab senco for this year. At present he is Director of the Bureau of Re the Bu search and Education-anreau of Rural Organization, of tho Lake Division of the Red Cross. It was in this capacity that he was visiting Berea looking after the organization of the Training Classes in Social Service in this institution, Similar work is being done at tho stale universities of Ohio, Indiana, Mr. Hunt's head nnd Kentucky. quarters are at Cleveland. d, d tained a number of girls at her homo on Chestnut street, Thursday even ing, from six tin nine in nonor oi her little neighbor, Evclen Olmslcad, who recently moved hero from Pennsylvania. Those present wero: Gladys Wagers, Lucy and Nuth Nancy Godby, Lucille, Johnson, Stevens, accompanied by hor mother, Susio Grant, Hatty McKinnoy, Lily Mao Anderson and Nora Marshall. Tho colors were yellow and greon. Tho dining room was beautifully decorated with ferns and rubber plants. Tho refreshments were golden marble cake with orange icb served in orango peels in tho shapo consisted of cups. Tho center-piec- e of a golden fruit dish filled with delicious fruits. Tho ovening was Mary Pickford in "The Hoodlum" COLLEGE CHAPEL, JAN. 26 CHILDREN OF BEREA, INEDI BE EXAM-- 1 r Mv commission rnrirr A tiLMiU 10. inn. Correct Attest: W. F. Ktdd.J. W. John W. Welch Directors. 'Oaklau) OAKLAND OWNERS HEGULAKLY KETORT HCTUIIN3 OF FHOM II TO Ii MILES FItOU THE GALLON OK GASOLINE AND FHOM S.W0 TO ti.HO MILES ON TIKES AN INTERESTING GAME Tho Vocational basket ball team met the Normal team in the boys' gymnasium last Monday and an interesting gamo followed. Both teams played well and hard but only ono could win. Two of Vocationand Clark al best players, had been called to Stephenson, the Varsity. This left Vocational somewhat handicapped, but nevertheless they played an excellent gamo and would probably have won if they had guarded more closely in the first half, for in tho second half they mado moro points than NormalThe gamo resulted in a victory for tho Normal, the score being 29 to 18. J. M. Coyle & Co. Chestnut Street Tho people of Berea are becom-- : ing familiar with tho strango ap- -, re pearing car, tho Special of the Government, which has been passing in and out of I am in my new location our town as tho specialists iu ready for business, with a chargo of it have been carrying oil a Nutritional and Health Survey of complete line of everytho surrounding country. All will thing Ready - to - Wear. bo glad to know that the parents te Also a fine line of of Bcrea aro to have and children tho bencilt of this agency of tho Millinery. Style National Child Welfaro Bureau, and Quality are combinwhile it is in our midst. THIS OAKL IND SENSIULESIX 13 fOWEltED WITH THE FAMOUS ed in everything As soon as tho work now being OVEHHEAD-VALVOAKLAND ENGINE spent delightfully. done is completed, probably somo comes from our store. lime next week, tho work of exARMY OVERCOATS DYED amining tho children of Berea bePhone 191, Model Press Shop, Berea tween the ages of two and seven years will be started. Assisted by Trade with us. a joint committee from tho Red TIE A STRING AROUND YOUR We'll both make money Cross and the two Woman's Clubs, FINGER switch your ring from left hand it is hoped that this work may bo steadily growing popularity of the to right; mark your calendar for very complete and thorough. This Sensible Six among Amerwork will be confined to tho agei January 26th. ican farmers, is due, primarily, to the mentioned becauso tho local phyMRS. EVA WALDEN e "The Hoodlum" car for continucapneity of this sicians will attend to tho children College Chapel. ous and economical service. Even in those Advertisement of school ago. districts where roads arc unimproved and FREE ILLUSTRATED LECTURE This unusual scjenUtlc inspecgarage facilities arc lew and far bctwcccn, tion of our children should mean For the Women and Men of Berea! the Oakland keeps to its work day after The Progress Club ancUtho Wo- much lo Berea in tho increased day and month after month, quietly, com-- 1 rr : health and bodily vigor which it man a m... uiu uuviiiig iu t ucrcu It is a comfortuiuu petently, uninterruptedly. citizens an unusual, as well as a should bring able car, exceedingly roomy and very attractive and instructive, and became of its high ratio of power to weight, its action is brisk and responsive. Owner can .lecture in tho Collcgo Chapel, Tues. Found Umbrella. Only immense manufacturing resources, have same by proving property and day evening, January 27th, at 7:30 Sell o'clock. Tho leclurer Is Mrs. Garand a production of unusual magnitude, paying for this ad. make possible the very moderate price at Dr. Alson Baker. diner Wilmot, "a Specialist in Inwhich it is sold. terior Decoration In the Home." She comes to us widely endorsed Iiuick, FOR SALE by Women's Clubs. And TotmNO Ca and UQAiTt 1107S r.Q.U. roWTUC. Mich. excellent condition ?500. Come and learn about color and E. G, Walker, Berea, Phone 191. color harmonics, tasteful wall decSeU oration and floor coverings, hangClothing to clean, WANTED ings and designs. press, repair, or alter. Phone 18 Berea, Ky. Them 'llio interior of a homo that is Model Press Shop. harmonious in color and design is restful to tired nerves and an edu $200,000 ENTERTAINMENT DR. REUEL BARTLETT Just think ofthe opportunity of cator of our finer sensibilities. Slides and decorativo material announces the removal of his office seeing a $200,000 show in Berea for to tho Front Suito of Rooms only the small sum of 55c for adults will bo used for illustration. Bcrea National Bank Building Let us give Mrs. Wilmot, who is and 30c for children. January 20, at Having bought out tho very kindly donating her services, Obstetrics, General Practlco and College Chapel. coal business formerly a full nnd appreciative house. Children's Diseases. Advertisement. a.m. owned by Mr. Dallas Ofllcc Hours: 8:30-10:Ky. 2.30- - 4:00 p.m. Wilson, I am prepared O. L. GABBARD, AUCTIONEER GOES DOWN FRENCH SHIP lo servo all his custoThursday afternoon and Sundays in Madison and adjoining counties, mers and all new ones, by appointment, Seo mo at the Welch Barber Shop. Steamer Afrique Sinks In Ey of Bis at tho samo location on l'honc: Ofllco 2; Residence 3. cay After Springing Leak Crew Consult mo beforo setting dato of Depot SlrcoL Wo will 4w-3- 1. and Passengers Rescued. sale. REAL ESTATE dolivcr promptly to nil parts of tho city. Give J. W Herndoa Pari. Jnn 13. The French Menmer John F. Dean HAY FOR SALE Afrlqtif. ImmiiiiI from BitiI.tiu () us a call or phono No. 01. Wo aro still selling real estate. Twcnty-flv- o tons good mixed hay knr. Mink In the liny of Itlvny After Tho miners' strikes puts no ebanf by ton or car load. Jomea Todd, mi fflnrl in ki'fi iilliuit hliiit- - Iuni Sut to our business. We have some esIt xpruiiK n teak ii ilny. Paint Lick. t.f. storm. wtiwi Miuiner Ceylnu, UurlUK u pecially attractive propositions to The kIuhiIIiik ni'iir hy. picked up two nf the Afruiuo s offer Just now too many to give acKentucky" with their orrtipnntK. Some curate descriptions of all, but If you Bcrea Bolshevlkl Occupy Odessa, l.onl iirv!i-nr Uh iiln iverf een want a farm, house and lot or valined. .Inn. 17. Oileswi. Hit-- chief Ml ft Mown, It vn ixirt of ItiiKoln on Hip lllack hon. linn after thn Afiliiii' cant property, come and see us. rt'porleil In uhhIhn, (icon ncenplrd lv Hie hoMievllil nrF. L. MOORE'S John Dean continues at Tfas Bask, rordlim t M'WKpiipcr li!iii'lit, reAnd though he's tall and lean and lank, Ho'll sell your land and write your deeds And look after your financial needs. FOR I have a few choice farms Herndon keeps vp his raaabllaf Ultra Glenwood Boy (54900) and some town properties round, First Class Repairing This Bull has been licensed and is for sale. Through country side and In town; AND ready for servlco at my placo at But If you want a house and Iaad, west end of Bcrea. Just wink at him he'll understand. Fine Line of Jewelry W. F. K1DD Ask for pedigree. Phono 120-- 3. Come on to Fee is $3.00, and is do wfcea Teltpsrat N. 68 Berea, Kentucky MAIN ST. BEREA, KY. DEAN & IIERNDON service is rendered. Bcrea, Ktalucky Berea Real Estate Agtat Kentucky M. L. SPINK, BEREA, XT. Child-Welfai j Up-to-Da- NEW LOCATION that E OAKLAND SENSIBLE SIX THE well-mad- "We casy-ridin- Hats, Boone Tavern Garage Right New Coal Dealer Mrs. Laura Jones Berea, 00 7-- 7-- Quality Shoes Clothes and Hats J. S. Gott -- - - Reg. Guernsey Bull Real Estate Jewelry Store Jnnnnry 22, 1020 Palatable,Nourishing,Light AND SON WEEK BEREA COLLEOE WEEKLY Governor's Proclamation CALLENDAR . No grenlcr problem can cngago ' Thursday, January 22 A family Newtpapor for all that It tight our serious attention than that or 0:30-0:5- 0 true, and Interesting This pen retails at $i.oo antl $2. 50. Wc give it and one year s subscription to The Citizen for a.m., Department Chapels? conserving tho boy Ufa or our Stnlo Dormitory Prayer foMlihr.1 1 rr Thtirlii)r Hi IWs, Ky. in Jz.bo. To anyone who will send us three subscriptions lor one year at $1.50 each (the regular sub. nnd Nation; and thero has never Meeting. scription price) wc will give .1 pen free. BEREA PUBLISHING CO. been, a tlmo In our history when 7:30-8:3- 0 p.m., Church Prayer Meet- -' (Incorporated) Iho need or this conservation was I lug. WM. C. FROST, f moro apparent than It is! today. ' J, O.UIIMAN, Msntfint Editor Friday, January 23 Therefore, I, Edwin P. Morrow, Gov- 0:30-0:5- 0 VI r a.m., Depnrlment ConferSubscription Rate ernor of tho Stnlo of Kentucky, In PAYAIILB IN ADVANCE , ences. 11.50 the hope of arousing tho men of tho 0:15-- 7 :30 p.m., Veper Socials, Calla. On,Yrr ; M S'lnlo lo n senso Hli Months of lliclr responsi- 7:10 p.m., Meeting of Labor SuperC an Thrr Months FOUNTAIN PEN tho Ink to Iho point in Just tho simply dipping tho point In tho bility toward lliclr own boys nnd intendents with Iho Dean ot La$2.00 or Kiprma Money Rrnd rrwnry by proper nmounU Tho subscapll-lar- y ink, depressing tho button and Draft, Keirlttered Letter, or on and two tlio boys of their community, nnd Order. Tho pens nro mado by skilled bor. Topic: Academlo Credit for ducts retain molsluro at releasing no muss, no fuss, or rent sUmps, workmen from high grado ma- - i tho pen point and prevent tho The date after your name on lM shows to in tho further hope of strengthenLabor. j soiled fingers simplicity, conwhat data your subscription Is paid. If It la not ing tho ties Hint ought lo bind fatcnai. Tlio pen points aro solid ' Ink from flooding. I Saturday, January 24 chanced within three weeks after renewal notify venience and cleanliness. Tho thers and sons together in good fel- 0:30-0:5- 0 OS. UK gold, lipped with hard IriTlio automatic filling doviso Is of 'a.m., Divided Chapels Misrlnr numbers will I itlailly.auppllrd If most practical and roliable pen lowship, do Issuo this proclamation, are notified, dium. They aro hand tempered, tho visible compression button Sclfool Foundation in Parish ever offered to tho public. Uberal terms siren to any who obtain new hand buffed nnd smooth writers. I or us. Any one pending us four yearly nnd I request thai tho week of Febstvlo. The, tUrpe.l hnllnn rnn House. Every pen has a "Wawco" unsulwcrlptions can rerelre The Citlten free for ruary 10th lo 22nd bo set apart as Tho scientific construction of tho 0:15-7:3- 0 trolled pressuro upon tho bar, p.m., Frco Vesper Hour. one rear. limited guarantee in tho box Father and Son Week Aurertlslnc rates on application. feed or Ink conductor carries gels n full supply of Ink by j with Iho pen. 7:30-0:3- 0 p.m.. Literary Societies. I earnestly urgo that such spcoial Sunday, January 25 observances as havo been planned 0:15-10:THRIFT WEEK n.rn., College Sunday-schc- satisfactory way to them. They by the churches, tho Y. M. C. A, won the victory In tho first two By Dr. 0. H. Felton Tlio Governor of Kentucky has and other organizations may rccoivo 7:30-8:3- 0 p.m., Chapel Worship: panit'S 'the first being with the tlio pntriolio support or nil our citvery properly Issued a proclamaUpper Chapel, Dr. Waugh; Main Foundation School. Tho score was Best Equipment and Service at Lowest Cot. Wards for Men and for Women. Sun Parlor, Private Rooms. Hatha, Electric Service, 17 to 30 in favor of tho Normal. Tho tion for tlio observance of Thrift izens. Chape), Dr. Hulchins. second gamo was with tho VocaWeek In nccordanco with a plan IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I havo Surgery, Care in Child birth, Eye, Nose and Ear Monday, January 2) hereunto subscribed my nnmo and .0:15-7:3which was to givo such ohscrvanco p.m, Band Practice, Ves- tional Department, the scoro being 0 GENERAL PRACTICE caused the Great Seal or tho Slato 28 to 0 in favor of tho Normal. n nallonnl character. Tlio week Is per Socials, Calls. i or Kentucky to bo nfllxcd in tho 111 and visit an establishment, which Cotre The Literary societies did nlot it a friend In need, . ' now passing, but tlio object of its Tuesday, January 27 and In reach of all the people. Oily or Frankfort, this 22nd day 0:30-0:5- 0 oliservnnco will not bo attained un. Department Chapels. hold their weekly meeting Satura.m., or December. In tlio year or our Roiiekt H. Cowlky, M.D., Physician 0:30-7:3- 0 less tlio practice of thrift, started p.m., Harmonln, Choral day night, January 17, but attendoJ Lord, ono thousand nino hundred Harlan Dudley, M.D., Physician tho Annual Dcbato of Alpha now, is continued through ensuing Classes. Maroaret S. Grant, M. 1)., Physician and nineteen. Zcta and Phi Delta, tho two College 7:30-8:3- 0 months. What is its Miss Mary Lonoacrb, R N., Superintendent weeks nnd p.m., Slercoptlcon Lec(Signed) EDWIN P. MORROW, societies. They met tho week beMm Nellie Miller, R.N., Mead Nurse object and how is il to bo attained? ture under tho auspices of the Governor i. The cultivation of tho habit or Scnl Woman's Club and tho Progress fore ami arranged thoir program CHANGE IN RATES saving a portion of one's Incomo to lleglnnlng March t, the rates for board and room of private Club. Speaker: Miss Wlllmot, for Hie new year. All four socievery enthusiastic over tho pitients will be $15 to f 18 per week. The rates for patients provido for futuro needs is of real Advisor on Interior Decorating ties are cared for in the wards will remain the same $1 per day. prospects of Iho year. PUBLIC SCHOOL NOTES importance Tills should not mean lor the Federation or Women's Br Order of Prudential Committee. Uerea College Three new members havo been E. F. Dlzney, Principal simply saving money today to Clubs in New York City. Women ndded lo the Normal faculty. Pro spend tomorrow. It means beginor the (own and women or the A Thrift Campaign is on this tat fessor Mosicr, .Miss Rumscy and Cfill rr nnt ni'nn a1- - nfMAnn ! ning an accumulation of capital. week at tho public school. College invited. Mrs. Lowls. Negroes. In conjunction with tho DECLARES AMERICAN AID Wo arc glad to havo Miss Chllds The possession of even a Hlllo capj Wednesday, January 28 SHOULD CEASE THIS YEAR ital is always an advantage. When back with us again. Tlio children 0:30-0:5- 0 a.m., Department Chapels, A. Tho Y. M. C. A. and tho Y. W. C. colored church six institutes for gavo a social on Thursday night, preachers will bo annually held, n man owns $100 and owes nothing give her a warm welcome. They 0:15-7:3- 0 p.m., Vesper Exhibition. January is. Every ono seemed to bishops and othor lcadors of tho Calls Situation Serious, hut AuerU he finds It easier to livo and enjoy can nlways count on n good wholo-Kom- o Thursday, January 29 Europe Should Feed Victims of living than when ho has nothing story coming along villi her. 0:30-10:a.m., Department Chapel. enjoy the evening very much. Many while and colored churches bolngon Her Making. Wo are still distressed about tho C: nnd owes $100. p.m., Dormitory Prayer interesting games were played, a Iho various programs. Tho vhito short program was rendered, and church will meet travelling and all 2. Thrift helps the banks to bo a shortngo of hooks especially in tho ; Meeting. Washington, Herbert Jun. 13. 7:30-8:3- 0 help to tho community and to busi- lower grades. p.m., Church Prayer Meet.. delicious refreshments were served. other expenses in excess of $5 In- T.oover'lold hc house ways nnd means I curred by tho preachers who enroll committee Unit tho United States ness. A good bank Is n valuable I.aslMondny morning wo pnld a Ing. as students. It is hoped by this co- should serve notice to the world that SOUTHERN METHODISTS asset to a town nnd should bo used passing tribute nt the funeral of money. Barleycorn. by every ono who earns ENLARGE NEGRO WORK operative plan to reach a largo per thl government, after the Immediate John NORMAL DEPARTMENT 3. Just now tho most Important Enrollment at tho end oj the firth Nashville, Tenm Tho MelhodM ccntago of tho preaching force of emergency, can no longer extend reenThe Normal department has tho colored church. lief to Austria. object to bo attained by tho prno-tlc- o month ot school is 398. rolled moro students this term than Centenary Fund will provido $400,-0While It was the duty of thu United Tbo rollowing is tho Honor Roll ever before. Thero nro 185 men of economy and saving is lo for Negro schools In flvo annual States to come to Austria s relief this payments. Half of this sum will go check the serious riso of tho cost for the fifth month: year, he said, Kuiopcuu nations rennd 203 girls. Many or tho new Primary Noel Rrnzo, Pnujlne students arc girls who have been lo Paine College, Augusta, Oa., tho! "Watch your Slop" is a flno slogan sponsible for her downfall by the of living. So far as tho people, ni distinguished from tlio government, Derthick. leaching rural schools, and realiz- church's training school for colored to bo observed in buying shoes, says treaty terms should bear the burden can help in mincing prices, it is Second IGrade Ulysses Wilder, ing tlio need of better preparation teachers and preachers. Tho other tho United States Publio Health thereafter. "Through the political arrangements Oct them largo enough, to bo done in two ways, diminished Late King, Nannie Grant. fop their work, have returned lo hnltfvill go to schools owned by the Service. built on sensible lines and most of made by the treaty the agricultural expenditure nnd increased producColored Methodist church. In addiThird Grade Ruby Scrlvncr. Berea. area upou which Austria wus deFourth Grado Oswald Lamb, tion. Tho less wo buy, tho smaller Tlio Normal basket ball team has tion to this Southern Methodists your corn3 and bunions will pendent wus taken uway from her !n ' will bo tho demand for goods, and Mayme McKInncy,' Dorothy Kindred, started out in the series in a very nro addressing $52,000 annually for Mr. nnd Seiblo." a decreased demand will bring Jnul Slout. Hoover said. "Austria cannot possibly obtain from her own resources Fifth Grade LilHo M. Anderson, down prices. Tho more wo promore than enough food to supply her duce, tho greater will bo tho sup- Susie Grant, Lucy Johnson, Ellen people for three months out of the ply of goods, and increased supply Best, Gladys Wagers, Anna Robyear. It Is dlfllcult to known the soreduces prices. Accumulation of erta, Nellie Hayes, Ora Leo Corne-liso- n, lution. What was done was not on capital lends lo increase producRuth Hopkins, Norn Marauy American Inspiration." tion, for capital is needed for pro- shall, Russell Hayes, Marion GardRepresentative Copley of Illlnol InKvery dollar that is ner, Alvls Lamb. terrupted to refer to n remark attribduction. uted to Mr. Hoover, thnt "Atnitrla Is Adams, saved nnd put into tho bank where, Sixth ' Grade (Lucian doomed to a perpetual pooiliouse. ' il becomes available for business William Hayes, Mary Gaines, Rob"That Is my Brm belief." said Mr. uso helps n littlo lo bring produc- - ert toriforil, Howard Wilder. Hoover. "The situation today Is ablion up to tho normal amount. Thus) Seventh Grade Bessie Lcdrord. solutely desperate." College of Bible and Hamilton College a dollar saved both diminishes do- - Ruth Johnson, Nancy Godby, Leela Mr. Hoover appeared In support of the request of Secretary of the Treasmaud and increases supply, both of Derthick. Included in Kentucky Disciples Forward ury Glass for authorization for the Eighth Grade Hillls Derthick, which will reduce prices nnd tho use of $150,000,000 by the grain corcost of living. Such prnctlco by a Louis Gabhard. Step to Enlarge the Equipment of these poration for the purchase of food for few individuals would bo but as a he people of Austria, Poland and othNoted Institutions of Learning Lexington drop in n bucket, but If all tho pco. RED CROSS er. European countries. plo can bo Induced to practica it Call your Red Cross Secretary and Eighteen of the twenty-siFor the maintenance of for a continued period of time, its report instances that need her attenrecognized Its rightful place, so lone In masters P0INCARE ELECTED SENATOR occupied among America's American Letters were colresults will bo manifest nnd salu- tion. It is your work and can not lege men; seventeen of the' k'HtllDK eluratlonnl tary. Hence tho appeal lo obscrvo bo elllciontly dono without your coFrench President Becomes Member eighteen were from Chris historic Transyl-vnnlThrift Week throughout tlio coun- operation. From Meuse Department Wins Lexington, Ky., Is to tian col try and tho imporlnnco of keeping on Second Ballot It will savo time nnd trouble to nil leges. O I unite with thu Disciples of up tho fashion after tho week is concerned it those having bills ChrlNt of the .Slate, and Its the mepast. Cut out oir unnecessary ex- against tho Red Cross send them to Paris. Jan. 13. Raymond Polncare, mbers of thousands of friends president of tho French republic, was penses, oven if you have plenty or tho Sccrotary Iho first or each C o ngress throughout the country, In elected senator for tho department of a vigorous campaign for monoy, and put tho money in tho month. In 1003 Meuse on the second ballot by a vote who the Imperative enlargement had bank. Don't quit tho practice attcr men, if you havo any of 742 out of 772 votes cast President r ecelve.1 of Its equipment and for TrsMirtuis, iW fisMtr Cslltss 4 lit Wut, 7(S. this week Is gone but keep it up rlainis for allotment, nliownnce, Polncare was not a candidate, but un adequate a college ed-- , more than a library, and form a habit which will bo of (ravel pay, bonus, clothing or want received 178 votes on tho arst ballot com p eusn-tlo- n hundred worth Ckrk. UlUllirtl, UUU H CUM thousand dollars, inestlmablo vnluo to you through lo apply for compensation, call at Tho senators elected are divided as W llOSU prWsrt W frsuyrnals of Its and which If destroyed by 11; Liberal follows: Conservatives, life. tho Red Cross office. faculty. achievements gnve them a tire could not be replaced. Republicans. 8; Progressives, 11 f Ree place In "Who's Who In The Another aim is the Increase publicans, left 42; Radical Socialists, were America," of the of the salaries of the profesCO; Republican Socialists, 1. graduates of church colleges. 11 b I e, for sors to a living Ktandnrd, Transylvania and the Colthe training making It possible to hold Its lege of the Ulble have edu 7 DIE IN FIREWORKS BLAST of men present faculty, and to comcated one president, two nnd womand the very best available the president of men for Many Others Injured In Explosion material for Increasing Its the Southern Confederacy; the inln- - teaching force. Another aim In Factory at Alx Les also secretaries of state, Pains, France. Is the continuance of the prot re u s u r y, You'll relish the fine, creamy flavor of Crusader gressive policies so long muster-gcucru- l, post slon field, and Hamilton ColMilk Bread it will put eclsre to your nDDetite Alx les Pnlns. France, Jan. 17. maintained by this historic a atlege, tho Junior College for college. Seven persons were killed and many satisfy your hunger. 1 Women, will shnro In thin torney genInjured In an explosion In a fireworks Many other first rank coleral ; scores campaign, which Is to be conCrusader Milk Bread will give you nourishment in factory here. Three adjoining facleges throughout the country United of ducted as a part of the h abundance, for, in addition to its other wholesome tories were destroyed and tho walls of i. have already taken steps to States senaWorld Movement. 0 number of houses were cracked. it is made with milk. Good flour and good milk avert a crisis In educational tors and conUp to the time of the startThe windows were blown out of the affairs. With the Increased make a highly nourishing combination. gressmen ; u ing of the Iutervhurch World Paris Express, which was passing at o cost of everything, It Is absot.... oiivubi-ui j.,sF.jr..s.l.4ss. Movement drive, financial the time. lutely Impossible for InstituwiUr the House, Transylvania and Its friends ,H I. Juu.ni tions of learning to exist on ministers to will conduct Influenza Grips Poland. the basis of former support. many foreign countries; gova campulgn LARGE AND SMALL LOAVES Paris. Influenza In n form so v!r There Is also a widespread ernors of a lorgu number of til ent as to unfile medical procedure II of e d u c conviction of tho necessity of states; mayors of large citlight in crumb nnd smooth in texture, and the crust is is In orsweeping through Poland, according to the of the colies; authors of national and baked to a nutty brown. On account of its lightness nnd der that the lege maintenance American Red CrcM reports Thu disunder distinctive Chris-tloInternational r e p u t u 1 1 ou ; fine flavor you can cut a lot of Crusader Milk Bread urgent needi ease ' marked by suddenness of ut Influences. An Investiplij'hlcluus and surgeons of In- of these nnd the more you ent the better for you. For tack and high percentage of fatalities. world-widgation made a few years ngo fume, nnd thout It u tlons Hundreds of persons arc dying dally fc sale by better grocers. Urder n loaf today. revealed these significant sands of ministers and mismay be so In Warsaw. facts: sionaries of the Christian rewell underKlght of the nine Justices ligion. NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY stood Hint of the Supreme Court of the 3 Dr. ltlchard 11. Collins, tlu German 'Sub Captain Not Suicide, Hrs. Umu Uh Alias, United States were college historian of Kentuiky, char17. Announcement llerlin. Jan. Mtsa'sitW.itss'utssJ will be glad nieu ; seven of the eight were acterizes Its graduates "us Ti...,l,.sl. that Coptnln Moraht, commander of Qf (no In Christian coleducated statesmen, jurists, orators, the submarine which sank tho French portunlty of sharing In their leges. Eighteen of the twenty-surgeons nnd divines among battleship Datitou and other vessels, support. six Presidents of the the greatest In the world' had committed suicide In a Hamburg One of the first need of United States were college history men of mark In all hospltul, which was printed In tho the Institution Is a men; sixteen of the eighteen the professions nnd culllnu-o- f Lokal Anzelger, has been proved to bo building to house Its priceless were from Christian college, life." erroneous. The person who committed suicide was nu older brother of Captain Mpraht. The Citizen FATHER The Citizen Fountain Pen Edior-ln-Ct- S) SELF-FILLIN- Post-of)- lf 15 ol. Berea College Hospital 1 30 30 00 . Czecho-Slovukl- a Great Things Planned For Famous Old Transylvania at x Instl-tutlon- i co Col-leg- two-thir- d 1 K3k r Inter-churc- Crusader jHilk Bread u. rrj. . n e fire-pro- 0 Pago Six THE CITIZEN January 22, 1020 4 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 llio wholo Institution, and provides standard courses in all advnnccd subjects. Courses leading to Classical, Scientific, Philosophical and Literary degrees. II. NORMAL The school which trains both rural nnd city teachers, with special attention given to rural leaching. Equal standing with Slato Normals, and graduates arc given Stalo certificates, course beyond, tho courses. nnd Six-year COST EXCEEDINGLY LOW The Greatest $150 School in America Any nmbltlous boy or girl in the mountains can go through Bcrca college, or any or mo Allied Departments, for 8150 a Vcar. A. each ........... i. .....i. ....... i... Imlnill I rnnillrml In anmn tvnrlr M, tho amount of work performed. A student with energy and reliability can greatly reduco tho cash payment by work, but no student may expect to work out his enliro oxpenscs. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, nnd mnv Jm In msh. nr Inhir credits or both. A ) v rx?!1 y v III. IV. V. VI. common branches for degrco of B. Pcd. ACADEMY The Preparatory cotirso of four years is tho straight road to College. Tho English eourso of two years, is designed for thoso who do not expect to tench nor to go thru college. It gives tho best general education for thoso who cannot go further in school. VOCATIONAL Professional courses combined with literary subjects. For Young Men: Agriculture? Bricklaying, Carpentry, Printing, BlaQksmlthing, painting ond Commerce. For Young Women: Homo Science, Sewing, Nursing, Bookkeeping, and Stenography. FOUNDATION SCHOOL Oenornl education in tho common branches for students of good mental ability, nbovo 15 years of age, who have been deprived of tho advantages of early education. MUSIC Cabinet Organ, Piano, Singing, Theory, Band, and Or opportunity U become a good musician at a chestra. lne very low cost. A-f- EXPENSES FOR SPRING TERM. 1920 inoiucniai too iiuiiru, oix weeas Amount duo Maron 24, 1020 Board, flvo weeks, duo May 1, 1020. ro bom f0.00 ran ennui ffl.OO o.w lo.oo 828.00 13.75 onu 1Q.00 XMKf H jnr3,nr.. mSitfH, $20.50 1250 OcSS?P weC" V Total for Term $11.75 $39.00 For Vocational and Foundation students subtract $1 from above incidental fee. For Collcgo studonU add $1. Evcrv student mnsL unnrt FOrtrt- nnr.r.Anc ...... J J I i, u wmm..vj npnnaiti A. UUiailbl'f ..,,. -- 50 cents to extra. Commerce, Stenography, Typowriling, and Penmanship aro from ft a week oxlra. Muslo is also from 50 cents to f 1 a wcok Now is the time to make preparation for the Summer Term which begins June showing that they are above fifteen years of age, in good health, and ol good character. before coming to IJerea. Write for a Catalogue and book of Chief Regulations, to the n, The or lor the regular school year beginning September 15. Applicants must bring or send a testimonial u sc of tobacco is strictly forbidden, and there arc other regulations which you should know about x ( College Secretary, MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Kentucky. MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spence, Farm Demonstrator and Special Authentic Styles in Furs HOME DEPARTMENT Conducted by Miss Margaret Dizney, Director of Home Science Ing your own undergarments. First, you get belter material. Second, It laiU longer. Third, simplicity ot In buying whilo materials, ono making adds to tho laundering and should first look for tho trado mark wearing. Fourth, It is hoallhlor. garments of tho manufacturer. A groat many In somo cases, rcady-mad- o pcoplo know nothing of how to tod nro very good. In buying rcady-magarments, always call for the good quality of material. Tho of tho buying public has consumers label or Union Label. mado it possible for tho manufac- This Insures lhat (ho garment was turers to adulterate tho necessary mado In a sanitary factory. A groat deal of our dlseasd is caused by materials of every day uso and tho cost of material. Wo weir'iu tea.; -- .'.tide undergarments. have a food and drug law and wo Children work all day In unsanitary should have n toxtilo law, so linen factories with disease. material will bo sold as puro linen' Buying remnants Is a good prac- nnd not half cotton. Most of our lico ir you aro a Judgo of material. cotton material Is adulterated by Oftentimes tho best quality of maweighting, which is dono with terial is put on tho remnant counstarch, gums, glues and clay. Often ter. If you can buy a remnant of when tho material Is washed, tho dimity, cambric, linen, longilolh or mess or. weave will be seen to bo nainsook of good quality it will be very open. In lfiunderin) and thoj economical to buy. It may bo wearing of it. It will last a very enough for a waist, corset cover or j undergarments for somo of tho famihort time. There arc several ways of telllnif ily. Tho very best quality of table whether material ha3 been weighted. linen is bought in remnants. A two First, by feeling tho material. Sco- - yard plcco will mako a very nice ond, by holding it up to tho light size cloth and if tho plcco has moro you will eeo tho dofects where it material than you need, mako naphas been covered up by starch, etc. kins for every day uso. Thin! ntclr thn mnlnrln! vmirl Shcctlng is nut In romn.ml of nails anil the sinrcu will como oil. two nnd a half to three yards and Calendering Is dono to givo n silk shorter longths you can uso for In mlfstn mnfArlnl fit nltvn nil pillow cases. Towels aro a good thing to got and will como off after being washed. Buy your while material now, but from tho remnant counter. Short frnf Mia linal minltlv In vntir a1iu. lengths of linen toweling is sold for ,. I uuu. Tjuu can ouvu 1 nan your money a very small prico somo limes. by buying your material and mak- Tbe Remedy of tho corn and lankago combination First Offico Boy. "I told tho boss per day, a sholo about 4 to look at tho dark circles under my oyes nnd sco If I didn't need a half lbs, etc. Sco your local dealer about tank-ag- o day off." and begin your feeding now. Second Offico Boy "What did he Think this over. Talk to your say?". county agent about It and get soma First Offico Boy "Ho said I needdcflnito results of thoso who havo ed a bar of soap." Tho American Legion Weekly. fed corn and lankago. BUYINGdo 11 100-pou- nd Investigator A RED MEETING SEED CORN On account Beenusn of tho verv wet fall. U good" many farmers found it impos- - j siblo to plant as much wheat as thoy intended this year, and consequently1 ' tho acreage of wheat in Kentucky is much below normal. There Is no doubt that a largo amount of land Poultry that was prepared for wheat, could If you haven't secured your breed-in- g not bo sown, and that tho owner of cockerels for this spring don't such land will, In many cases, subdelay tho matter any longer. Tho stitute oats for wheal in order not to malo should bo with tho flock at mis3 tho opportunity of getting a Furs, like conts, have soared In least 10 days, better 14, boforMavtag 8land of cIover and That Pr'co until tne nverago mortal can there will bo an abnormally largo' ony ,ook,at U mo,rc sumptuous If your hens aro not laying, try crop of oaU sown in ho Stalo this "'raps made of It and . wonder that re ,s go much m ,he feeding them tankage. Tho tankage-tha-t year, is indicated by tho numerous ' Uiey represcnt. I!ut these C3Ctrn. is used for hog feeding will requests received for information on irinary prices have not decreased the givo excellent results when fed to oats varieties, rate of planting, and demand. Furriers are unable to obtain hens. It should bo fed in a mash similar questions. skins that they could use for ready mixture of 5 ground grains such Possibly the lack of Tho oat crop is not a profitable purchasers. as corn meal, shipstuff or ground transportation from some source of crop for Kentucky under any condi- supply tankage by weight. oats and tohc fur market Is respontions, but circumstances such as ex sible for the shortage of pelts, or It ist this year, prompt many farmers may be that the demand advances CINCINNATI MARKETS. to plant it regardless of Its profit much more Vapidly than the Increase unlmals. In this case ableness. Tho averago yield is very In Hay and Grain. x fur8' hlK" low, but it can bo increased mater- - j n! thcy nre' prove a sensible Investment Corn No. 2 white $1.0001.07, No. 2 fally by tho selection of early varie- will yellow $1.5S1.C0, No. 3 yellow $1.55 Mink, seal nnd kolinsky are favor01.57, No. 2 mixed $1.57 LOO, No. 3 ties, oarly seeding, and moro liberal ites for the longer capes nnd coats. mixed $1.54(Q1.5C, white ear $1.50 fertilization. Tho best variety of Moleskin Is liked for Its softness and I. 5S, yellow ear $1.53 1.57. oats for Kentucky is tho Burt. This suppleness and Is dyed Into dark Sound Hay Timothy per ton $30 is perhaps tho earliest maturing brown shndes this season, und brown 83.50, clover mixed $29.5003.3.50, clover standard variety of oats in this Is so much admired that squirrel and $32.5037.50. country. usually ripens early fitch are dyed also. Cape mantles and Oats No. 2 white 89S!)c, No. 3 in July, It capes or cape-likcoats thus escaping tho hot ample loose effects that oreInsure the white 888S4c. No. 2 mixed 8S0 weather and frequent drouths of most graceful and pleasing. of all the No. 3 mixed 87S'88c. 8Sc, midsummer which aro fatal to tho Butter, Eggs and Poultry. But the two fur garments In greatButter Whole milk creamery extras production of heavy yields of oats. est demand Just now are wide, straight firsts 59c, seconds 58c, fancy dairy I'crnaps on an averaga or a number scarfs and coatees. A diamond Is a 65c. of years, tho Burt will yield 5 to 10 ilinmond nnd furs nre furs, whether In Eggs Extra firsts 03e, first 05c, bushels per acre moro thati tho ordi- - larK or sma11 wnps. These scarfs firsts 54c. the note of luxurl- nary strains of while oats brought and coatees-strik- e Live I'oullry Fowls, 5 ll'h and over in from the North and used for sow. 81c, under 4 lbs 25c, roosters 18c, Hit uml over, iile, Ing in Kentucky. ducks, white. young turkeys, 8 lbs und over 45c. Tho next oholco after ,the Burl U MAKE TOUR CORN WORTH MORE probably tho Kherson. This is cx-- J Live Stock. Cattle Shippers $10.50 1 1.60, butch-e- r tensivoly used in Nebraska and Kan- -' Feed Tankage With Corn To Soft, steers, extra $1.5013, good to sas and Is classed as an early variety, you will Make Pork Cheaper cholco$10.5011.50, common to fair $0 altho about 10 days later than tho and Faster. 10; heifers, extra, $ll.5012.50, good to choice $10 11.50; common to fulr Burt. $00.50, cows, extra $10010.75. good Tho Texas Red is also a good variTho Kentucky Agricultural Exto choice $7.509.50, common to fair ety for Kentucky. Farmer j who In- periment Station recommends the $5.607, Blockers und feeders $0.50 tend to sow oats, should make on following proportions of corn an-II. 60. Olives Extra $20020.60, fair to effort to obtain seed of ona of these lankago to use in rations for hogs good $14020, common and lurge $0 varieties, and, us tho supply is limit of different weights. 13. Hogs weighing from 30 to 100 lb. heavy Hogs Selected shippers ed it is advisable to buy Hi seed at $15.25015.50, good to choice packers an early dalo. Thoro Is always a should got feed proportioned with shortago of Burt oats, and because 100 lbs. of shollod corn or 200 ears and butchers $15.60, medium $15.50 15.75, common to choice heavy fat of tho unusual demand this year the 'o 10 bs. of tankage. sows $9012.75, light shippers $15.76, amount or seed In stock will prob-- !. Hogs from 100 to 175 ths. should pigs $10018.60. ably not moot tho market demands, get a proportion of 100 lbs. of shelled J 4-1- -5 e , "Wo bcliovo in painting the CounRed,1' is tho slogan of tho Beroa Rhodo Island Red Poultry Association. Tho Association put out for hatching purposes last year moro than 30,000 eggs at $1.00 per setting. There were only 22 members who did this work. Tbe second .annual meeting of thi Association will bo held in Bcrca Saturday, January 24. Tho meeting will bo called together at 10:00 am. sbarp. Tho election of officers will be first thing on tho program, after which a packing and culling demonstration of eggs for hatching and shipping purposes will bo conducted by President Mrs. R. C. tioomer, of Speedwell. All who aro interested in the R. 1. Red breed of poultry aro invited to attend this meeting. Thoso who are raising "puro bred Rcd3 should attend and become a member of tho Association and help to All tho big egg orders. The president has an order for (300 cgg3 to bo filled by Feb. 15. This order can't bo filled unless tho hens begin work right away. Notice the ration for tho hens below. Do you want eggs? Try it. try of tho amount of OF WHITE MATERIAL AND REMNANTS By Miss Bessie Parteo rain during tho husking much corn has gono season,' to tho crib with - an excess amount of moisture- content and the wet weather has notj allowed this corn to lose a sufficient ft rt ' m ft a I TA AI'An t crib, to place it in a suitable" condition for seed. Tests of samples sent to tho Experiment Station show a fair percentage of germination, but it i3 felt that a long continued exposure to the winter dampness may injure tho I 1 coming seed corn supply. A suSfi- -j cient number of ears for seed should bo selected and placed in a dry placo where they will come Into proper condition for spring planting. It won't bo a bad idea to lest the seed corn this winter. It will certainly pay. OATS more service, than garments that can only bo vorn In midwinter. There Is almost no fur that may not be made Into a beautiful scarf. For coatees seal, dyed squirrel, mole, kollnskl, 1'erslan lamb are used, with seal a favorite. This fur appears nbove In both the favorite garments, first In a loug scarf with turban to match. These matched sets arc to be credited with nddlng much distinction to this senson's furs. The odjl turban has n soft band of velvet, with battlement edge turned up about It. Much attention has been given to the linings of scarfs to make them worthy their aristocratic company and they nre often of chiffon benutlfully embroidered with small scattered blossoms. The coatee, shorter In the front than at the back and full enough to suggest n cape, simply was obllgad to have flaring sleeves, with cuffs of skunk fur. This fur has wonderful wearing qualities with which It the softer seal and makes en ample and most becoming collar. Muffs aro large, many of them flat and so made that they ore bags as well as muffs. Is Always a Delightful Occasion. Here arc two friends who wish to call upon you regularly throughout the year. You know them well Your Own Home Navspacr and Your Oivn Home Farm Paper. Since both arc working for the sani.cmls as yourself to promote the best interest's of your home and community life and to help you in your chosen work You will be interested in the followfng spccinl offer : A Visit from Friends sSs g'X.rarS IS corn or 200 cars to 0 lbs of tankage. Hogs from 175 to 250 lbs. should get a proportion of 100 lbs. of shelled corn or 200 cars to 7 lbs. of tankage. In tho above vna oar of corn is espound timated to shell out one-ha- lf of grain, or two ears one pound. For practical purpo&es this may bo considered as correct. When coin Is fed on tho ear to hogs tho proper amount of should bo fed in a slop or mixed with tho kitchen waste. About 4 per cent of tho llvo weight of a hog in grain food per day Is considered a full feed. That is, a pig should get about 2 lbs. nd The Citizen and Special Price to You THE OHIO FARMER, OneYear Only $2.00 Their visits will be welcomed by every member of your home. THE CITIZEN, BEREA, KY. January 22, 1020 INTERNATIONAL THE CITIZEN Page Seven IMPROVES UNIfOBM : Illy IlKV i ii iii.il. U. D, Tcailifi or CiirIiiIi llll.lt In the Uool lllhlr lnttltul of lilcngu ) (Copirrlcht. UtO, SlHMSQiOOL Lesson lftn Recognizing PROBLEMS FACING .STRICKEN WORLD 7 Opportunities Dy RKV. HOWARD W. POPB Moody Dible InititaK, Chicago Shall in Nwinpt Union) 1 LESSON FOR FEBRUARY PETER AND Chaos or Reconstruction Europe Follow the Great World War7 BEFORE ALL NATIONS JOHN with Vn IN OAMARIA. npplua- TKXT Anil Jritia fnlth unto her, "dive me to urinK- .- jonn 4:7. ISSUE (My (lOUM'.N mlulonary llnni ) I.IIHSON TKXT Aril b M-S- There Is no more for Hie Chrlstlnn profllnble study worker thnn to rend carefully the Incl claim on onr hearts nnd heads th time to prove It Is now. Our Comparative Plenty, In outhouse things are well. We have been saved the devnstntlon of wnr. Our acres are nmplc. our yield hns been plentiful. We hnve nn of material Our mnn power hns only been llglitlyx touched by the It Is true Hint we gnve nenrly wnr. s sevfnly thousand lives thnt the might not that putnerncy might not shncklp the world. It wns our best blood. Europe Rnve for four years, nnd she gnve of her youth until her mnn power wns almost iihun-dnnce l'ru-slnn- Care of Children By Dr. Harlan Dudley, Associate Collage Physician Tho Child-Mother in Iho mother or child, will Inst, ovcr-tn- ko pn; TKXT-- unto me lolh In Jeruialrm, anil In nil Jdittft, Mm) In Rumnrlii. and unto the 171:1-11- ahull be wltncMM Act 4 JHIK JCNIOIl umpha. I'lttMAIir ADDITIONAL . I.uke prrl of tlx tarth. ; 1:1 MATKIUAL-- II I0JJ-3S- John Kliim our dents In Savior's public ministry nnd no tice how ho dl Four Years of Hell Have Left the Peo- ple In a, Nightmare, From Which Only New Morale Can Arouse Them. TOI'lC-Telll- ng Oilier. About TOI'IC-l'e- Ur Btrnngn City. and John In" a TOPINTKUMUDIATi: AND Hi:NI' IC Thrre Mlulnnarlei and Their Trlr I n I. Preaching the Word Everywhere B-o- nly the atoning of Stephen tlio of tlio lnrtl were more iirtlvp llinn ever In tliclr efforts to stninp out Hit' now fiillli. With Saul ns tliclr lender tlicy nifdied Imck to the city, drniwd from llielr home ntid Imprisoned thoc who confonKotl Clirlxt. In llil tlu devil overrenclied himself, for tin1 hel lever took fllpht inul nent everywhere preaching t lip word. The time hml romp for (hp . to extend lipyonil Jenunlcm nml I'ri'iicliliiK wns not confined to Hip twelve. Tlio Lord thus timlii'8 ijie devil's wlckednen to further hi h own iurKp. Frequently, In llip hour nf trial, ClirlMlmn cp inoro clenrly tliclr duty nml heMlr theimolve to wrform It. If ChrlKlnna will not move on. thp will nhovo them on. II. Philip Preaching the Goipel In Samaria, (vv. Hitherto the goxpel hnd renrhed Jews; now Itx scope hrondenx vtMMiitcA wltne.-henrlii- (v. 4). Aflor ' nnd SnmnrltniiK nre rejoicing In the C(iiel of Chrlut proclnlined hy b Jpw. HI prenrhlnK wna fruitful for inilltl-tildbelieved hit luessnge. Much Joy In thin Snmnrltiin city follow ed the reception of the men:e. Until Sninnr-ttnwere looking for nml Jew ChrNt, an they were Bind to know Hint the ChrlM hnd come. ChrH I the one nnmc nnfl ikmtoii who will hrenk In him there down rnce prejudice. Is unity nnd renl hroiherhood. for he Is the unlvcrnil mnn. The only hope of the world Is Christ. So jsrent wns I'hlllp's aticcexs tlmt Simon MnKnti profesked fnlth nnd wna tmptlzed. Simon was n sorcerer who hy nmdnil device's hnd innde n Krcnt rrpulntloii, irnlnlnc control of mnny of the credulous nnd Icnomnt, so Hint they regarded him ns some crent one from CJihI (t. 10). The people turned from Mils sorcerer to the gospel of 4 Christ. Ill, Peter and John Sent to Samar-l- a i (vv. ). The church nt Jerufnlem tvnt two T of Its host men to eiirournce the work. They discerned tlmt the Spirit hnd not r yet fnllen nioti the believers, so they laid linuds iiKn them nnd the Spirit wns Riven unto them. These Sniiinrl-tnn- s were renlly converted, rccener hut hnd not yet heen filled with the Spirit's Rift. Believers should srek Hip Spirit's Rift nt once, for thl will exclude the Interests of the world The mission of Peter nnd John shows the unity of the church the mother church Rnv junction to the new work Much of the work of the In Snmnrln. modern evnnRelM Is n failure he. cnuse It Is not properly followed up hy those who will Instruct nnd hrlnp the convert Into relationship with the living church. (vv. IV. Simon's Wicked Request atel, . When Simon snw that the power of that which lie po-- ' 1 aesscd nnd Hint It wns received throtiRli Hie InyliiR on of hnnds, he of . fered money for the Rift. This net the hypocrisy of thlf'tnan. He " professed fnlth nnd wns hnptlr.ed, following nfter them for n telflsh end. To desire nnd seek the Rift of the SpirIs to hp it for selfish HRRrnndlzeuu-n- t fultty of Simon's sin. All tnMlle In ji sacred things has heen culled "Sill mony," from the nnmu of this sorcer-'er- . I'eler told Simon Hint he hnd II neither pnrt nor lot In this mntter.' ' thnt he should repent of his wicked tiess nnd prny to God for forgiveness. He requested I'eler to prny for him. Simon procured the nrt of sorcery fnr fiilii nml lnnitinre. Cow Hint he 1 found Ids profits diminishing nnd his I III1IIILIIII- - t.MIIIIIH. tHmunriiii u fiv All persons who new power. . qulro imu their rellltm to further their nm-- i bltlons to Ret gain nre guilty of this Irin. Sometimes men Join the church for business, soclnl. nnd political j sometimes oltlclnl positions nre f coveted for the prestige and power ... ..II ...l. .1 .1. i.t-lining !. uivy Kive. f i 1111 wuu nit; ..!.,.. imp nnme of the church for business purposes bo warned by I'eter't rehuko! Iet Simon's doom be u solemn warning to nil I I'eter exceeded 1 H- - ren-son- s The Goal. The gonl on which our eyes must be set Is n church tlmt will. In 111 own crrporate life, conspicuously express the Chrlstlnn Ideal of fellow ship nnd hrntherhotMl, nnd nt the same jUme ktrlve persistently to mom national, Industrial nnd social life In accordance with the principles which . are the fountnlu light of nil Its days. Delight In God's Work. Is the expression of mnn'i delight In (lod's work, not In Ua own. Itiukln. . All grent nrt Article I. to themes. Tlio sight By FRANK COMERFORD. of lilies blooming Four years of pngnn hell left Eun the fields fur rope The stunned nnd staggering. n him nlshes world Man come for ad theme through tho reddressing his disciA JBb dest und blnckext Pies; "IJehold A M. night In all the the lilies of tlx blogrnphjs. of the 11,07 r'M"- planet. With the ""' u't,ll'r ,ln signing t)t the intney spin.armistice the peosight of n open door lends up to the ple tried to rhnke statement "I nm the Door nnd by me off the nightmare If uny mini enter In, he shnll Ite snved, and grope back At number time: "I nm the Vine; ye to light. Today, a nre the brunches," "I nm the Wny, year after, It Is the Truth, nnd the I.lfe." Thus, from t ru d E I n g nnd things of nnture he drnws spiritual les parastumbling, sons which come In so eitflly nnd "tit nnd belyzed urnlly Hint they seem innde for the Th numbed. occnsloii- rpresent problem Tnke the ense of the Snmnrltan the of making womnn, Jesus nsked her for n drink wortd safe for of wnter. As he drnnk It, you enn Inr thnn Is more icrlous nglne him snylng: "This Is very good civilization It wnter; but nnyone who drinks It will wns the question of "making ago. soon thirst ngnln; whosoever drlnkcth safe for democrncy four years of the wnter Hint I shnll give hlmndinll If there was reason for sacrifice never thirst, hut the wr.ter Hint I shnll then, there Is reason for It now. give him shall become In him n well If there was cause for a miliof wnter springing up unto etcrnnl tary morale then, there Is need of nn Freedom Industrial mornle today. life." called men to fight and die that au"What Is Hint?" nsked the womnn. "A wnter such that If you once tocracy might not rule and ruin the world. The Issue now Is not only drink It, you never thirst ngnln." eat- -to Hint I thirst freedom. It Is life the chance te "Sir, give me this wnter. be wnrm to sleep, and a tired, wny hither not. neither cdme nil the wounded, worn and weary people fnce ' to dr'nw." nnd Hy this astounding stntemrnt he ex the tomorrows with little faith cites her curiosity nnd nttrncts nt much fenr. I went to Europe to see for mytenilon to himself. At nnnther time agent. he Is the Ilrend of I.lfe, the Rood self. I was unattached, a free subject I was not a member of a Mission Shepherd; but, whntever tho of conversntlon, he nlwnys lenves hU I hnd no preconceived oplnlows. I sought fncts the humnn facts. 1 benrers fnce to fnce wltli the Son of Rod nnd bit) supreme claim upon them. looked Into the eyes of the people, men. "Hut I nm not the Snvlor," you re walked the streets, talked with poor, women and children, rich nnd ply. powerful, Journalists, humble True; but If you nre n Chrlstlnn, the bankers, nnd lawyers, preachers, actors, Snvlor dwells In you, nnd be hns snld: government officials, coal miners, team"I will give you a mouth nnd wisdom, sters, factory hnnds, labor lenders, radwhich nil your ndversnrles shall not be ical?, confcrvntlvei. children of the able to gnlnsny nor resist." street and women at their washtuhs, Stalna and Stains. fnrmers nnd peasants, tenants and official I I know n Indy to whom nn agent landlords. wns trying to sell nn nrtlcle for Ink- records and pursued official figures. I ing out stnlns. He wns rubbing nwny, listened to opinions, heard speeches. nnd meanwhile, eloquently describing Interviewed the streets, listened to the the merits of his goods. Siton the Indy conversations of the cafes and the talk snld: "I know something that will of the chenp restaurants. I knew thnt few Americans would have the chance tnke out stnlns, too." to go to Europe to see and hear for "Whnt Is tlmt?" nsked the mnn themselves, that the millions of Amerthinking, perhaps some other hnd ennvudsed the town abend ica would be compelled to depend upon the eyes nnd enrs of others for In of hint. "The blood of Jesus Christ, which formation concerning a problem or Do you world Importance, a problem that Is clennseth us from nil sin. nbout Hint, my frlentT?" bound to Involve us we are part of know nnythlng NaDo j 011 nupiosc Hint mnn would It. No country Is Independent show lls goods ngnln for six months tions are Interdependent to the extent Individuals without thinking of Hint other some- and for the same reasons thing Hint could tnke stnlns out if a are. he would resinful henrtl I Only Hope Is In America. member Hint lesson to bis dying dny. Europe looks to America for salva A friend of mine nt the Northficld tion, as a dying man looks to God for n conference wns nsked hy nn exprcss-mn- mercy. We are her only hope. If to direct him to n certain man's the United SJntes adoptshe policy ofJ tent. leaving Europe alone, on me meory "I nm sorry," be replied, "Hint 1 we have done enough for her, you where to find hlra; that cannot tell Europe will be plunged Into the sav rno the wny to but. If you hnd nsked It Is faith In agery of revolution. heaven. I could have told you. Do America, belief that America will susyou know the wny to henven?" tain her, help her enrry the nwful load "No," snld the mnn, "I ennnot sny that Is bending and almost breaking Hint I do." the bnck of weak and crippled Europe. "Well, It Is Just this wny" snld my thnt Is keeping her from succumbing. went on toiexplnln It, friend; nnd ho This faith Is about the only thing Eu The result was Hint tho mnn wns rope has left. led to Christ right then and there. What Is America? It Isn't the build Surely that wns nn easy way to open ings and banks, the railroads, the Anyone could religious conversntlon. houses and the Innd, It Is the one hun do that. You could do It. dred and ten million people of whom A Salvation Lassie's Rejoinder. ypu are one. So Europe's pica Is adA Snlviitlon Army girl wns selling dressed to you. The prayers of her the War Cry In snloon, when a man hungry children are petitions to you. snld to her: "You don't believe In America's policy the answer of the United States, will come from the the Hihle. do you?" "I do," snld tho girl, "or I wouldn't Judgment of the people. No man or woman can escape the responsibility. be In this plnce, I enn nssurc you." "You don't menu to sny that you Each of us will contribute to the de It iMi't a hypothetical case believe that story nbout tho whule cision. we are called upn to decide It Is a swallowing Jonah?" "Certainly I do; God snys so, and question Involving tho life of human beings, men, women and children who I bellevo It." "I'slmwl" snld the mnn; "nobody are blood of our blood, part of 'he great world family the human race. believes that story nowadays." "Well,"-snlthe girl, "when I get Shall we close down our shops, facto heaven, I will go to Jonah and nsk tories, mills and mines, bolt the doors, him If he hud a real experience In a stop production at n time millions of human beings nre crying to us for renl whule." Can we listen to tho thin. "Hut you won't find Jonnh In heav- help? bony hnnds of children knocking at en ; ho Isn't there." "Then suppose you nsk blm," re- our doors and sit In our comfortable plied the girl quietly, Intimating Hint, homes, leaving them to die on our If Jonah was not In heaven, ho might threshold? No call to arms ever had so much right back of It. so much hu bo In the otbery place. "Tlmt girl was bright," you sny. manity as the call to work has to Vrry true, but who gnvo her Hint wit day. The house of Europe has been on The Holy Spirit, and nnd wisdom? ho will glvo you all tho wit and wis- Are. It has been wrecked. It Is scarred dom you nred for tho work to which and charred a ruin. The cupboards ho has culled you. 'The anointing are empty, the people demoralized and which ye hno recelwd of him nbldeth sick. Winter Is attacking them. HunIn you, and ye need not tlmt any man ger has n strangle hold. They are In tench you" (I John J:'J7). If Chris- rags. Mney must reuuuu, and they tians would only bellevo what God haven't the mnterlal for the work. Bays they would lmvu more confidence They turn to us. Their condition Is their plea, our condition, our obligato engage In personnl work. tion. If the golden rule ever had any Hon verts conversn from secufttr spiritual - r cflL .M IjB VLVHI WKaJBtM 11 - d eng-erl- We ennnot snrrldce Europe without being sacrificed If Europe falls Amerlcn will totter. The storm of unrest that rocks Europe to ruin will sbnke America. We must work nnd give loan, If you plensc. The henrt of labor Is wnrm. Its sympathy Is born of suffering. The gospel of the brotherhood of mnn Is Hip message thnt Inhor hns nlwnys tnught. I nm sure Hint If I could picture the poverty of the children and women nnd men of Europe If I could ofily ninke people see whnt I hnve seen In Europe, our differences would seem trlvlnl by comparison with their sufferings. Men would will to work nnd find Joy In the working. Whnt greater compensation can come to conscience thnn working to feed the hungry, to clothe the naked, to comfort the lowly? If the henrl of capital Is stone nnd ennnot feel the message which comes over the sens, let labor show thnt Its heart Is humane ntid Hint It will suffer Injustice, If need be n little longer to save flesh and blood, brother nnd sister workers, on' the. other side of the ocenn. It's a crime ngalnst Ood nnd mnn ito stop production n't this moment nnd extrnvngnnce 'n this hour Is n grenter Immorality thnn prostitu. tion. I did not Mop with the gathering of figures, hernuse I knew thnt while fiRures nre lmiirtant they frequently fnll to tell the full truth. Olllclnl reports nnd statistics, granting thnt they nre accurate, nre nt best only photographic. The photograph records with mathematical exactness the exterior of things. It seldom gets to the henrt The photograph Is the still picture the picture of tlio motionless fact. Impressions are more like oil paintings. They possess the humnn touch. T'.ey rench the heart within. Hack of the daubs of paint on the canvas arc the throbs of a henrt. The film Is only sensitized. Mnn's brnln Is sensitive. The photograph reprotluces the outline; the painting, the substance. Plain Record of Facts. In reporting to you the things I snw nnd heard, I wnnfto give you photographs the figures and fncts ns I learned them, and the Impressions I gathered from the speech nd life I have tried to keep my of Europe. eyes frpe from prejudice so that 'be lenses would be unbiased. In the June of 1914 Europe hnd a plnce In the sunlight of peace. The fields were .Ailed with peasants, bend-- ' Ing their backs trt toll. Villagers were happy In the common routine of their simple lives. Factories, mills, mines nnd shops were filled with men. Wheels hummed, smoke streamed from In chimneys. Industry was singing. ttie cities traffic roared, trains rattled. It was the story of a busy, working world. Problems there were, of course, the problems normal to the growth and progress of the world. There was some unrest, too, but children scampered to school, patient women sang crooning songs to their babies. Men carrying dinner buckets whlsped on their way to work. There were wind ows Die unllghted side of the world's street the slums and the tenements; but men nnd women were planning and fighting the black ugliness, and everyone had faith In th tomorrow. The world was making headway It was growing better; Its conscience was We were- - becoming our awakened. brother's keeper. It was a normal. sane, good old world. It was good to be alive. Then came the day, the day tha the day that will never be forgotten changed the world; the day of. four years', at the end of which civilization was almost hunchbacked. (Capyrlf ht. 12. Wtiltrn Nwippr Union) - 11 Replant Your Lost Teeth. When one's front teeth are knocked out there Is no need to leave them oh the floor, for they can be reinserted by n good dentist. Dr. II. M. Snvery tells In the Lancet (London), of two cases, In each of which several teeth- were dislocated from their sockets. In one case the teeth were placed In salt water while the dentist carefully washed out the sockets. Then they were reinserted a stitch or two taken In the gums and the Jaws were bandaged shut so that the teeth bit on a pad of lint. In the other caso the teeth still hung to the gums, so the sockets were cleaned out without detaching the teeth. In both cases tho teeth became solidly fixed and the patients could use them' for normal biting In a few months after the acci- dent. Dr. De Witt C Henry of New York replaced "not long ago the teeth of a truck driver that had been knocked out In a collision. The man hud picked his teeth from the gutter and ran up to the dentist's office, carrying them In his hand. Our Arts. arts are happy hits. We ar like the musician on the lake, whose melody Is sweeter, than he knows, or like the traveler, surprised by a mountain echo, whose trivia) word returns to hlra In romantic thunders. Ou,r tho future generation. week) (Conllnucil from Somo parents may ho proud lo Hint n pnrliculnriy robust In tlio pnper last wenk nn effort daughter of fourteen has wni mndo to clinmpion tlio causo of llin tlofpncelrss nnd helpless tinhorn .tllolnod her full stature, ns is rarehnho who not hy Its own cholco ly tho case, hut they aro deceived bv come: into, or is denied its rightful i observing only tho exterior. Tho inheritance of pood health nnd n girl lias not reached the age when sound mind. I discover now that n all tho body functions aro tuned to most Important chapter hns hecnl 1110 demands or fully matured Internal secretions omitted which hears directly on tli0 womanhood. Wcro thoj aro still In abcyanco whoso function welfnro nf tho child. mothers and grandmothers all ovcr may bo to protect against infectious the stain nf Knclucky conscious ofi diseases. Not infrequently do you the prent wrong of which I shall obscrvo such a boy or girl, apparspenk, this chapter would not ap- -i ently in tho pink of health, succumb pear until the end of tho "book" at first to tho ravages of diseaso such It should appropriately tell of thoi as was tho caso in tho recent rare of the child in tho very lastj scourgo of influent Tuberculosis years of its childhood" (llio-ng- o of and many nervous disorders pecu twelve) instead of having to dwell) liar to tho growing youth frequently claim as their victim the healthiest upon the wrong of youth. The full power of I looking motherhood. And save tho mark the law of Kentucky permits (ho rcslslanco has not ycl been acquired. child of twclvo to marry with Its' Furthermore, at this ago wo find tho mother's consent. Wo cannot help sad cases of moral perversion, juvc- being of tho opinion that had tho, nilo crimo and secret vico. grandmother's consent been required i Guard them well if you would the present bill to make tho require-- 1 save them or dcslro to loqk with chil mcnl "fourteen" for tho girl would prklo upon your well-bor- n have been unnecessary ns it is fair dren's children. Tho ago is long past when tho to assume thnt tho grandmothers hnve by this time reached tho ngc daughter or son oven of twelve or fourteen respectively should assumo of mature Judgment. And so ns I write in anticipation their role in thcpcrpoluation of tho ago of twelve race. Tho greater good and blessing of tho years I nm confronted with tho as- lo mankind can bo attained by waittounding news thnt the child may ing patiently until tho limo when Providence, thru a natural course of soon becomo n mother. may endow tho you, my readers, development, What ono of would consent, had you tho choice, emerging adolescent with tho attrito become tho offspring of a child butes and function essential lo normal parenthood. of thirteen summers? May tho time hasten when the What arc somo of (ho facts conmother takes her growing children cerning thfs Thru many centuries nnd lens of into her confidence, telling them of centuries bnck lo, times unrecorded tho danger of a too early marriage, tho humnn race has been undergo- fnstilling Into tho mind beforo their ing change and developement, both "teens" the idea that marriage, physical and psychic, and habitat altho a divine right of all healthy, people, should never and climate determining which of light-mindthese predominated and in harmony bo encouraged or oven considered with I hose changes was a variation beforo tho ago of eighteen. (Nolo Dr. Dudley will contribute in the ago of maturity. Tho higher the mental development, tho greater moro articles on "Caro of Children" tho tendency to prolong tho ago to lalcr, but tho articlo next week will be by Dr. Margaret S. Grant. In last maturity. Tho relationship of the ago of ma- week's articlo in tho third paraturity to (lie physical development graph from the end wo should have in well illustrated by the pedigree of printed "avoidance of fatiguo" Intho horse which can be traced lo stead of "evidenco of fatigue." that of a little animal the sizo of a Managing Editor.) rabbit. At- - present, tho full maturity of Unfortunate Introduction the girl has not heen attained until Aunt Nellie "Vcl, Bobby, dear, did you sec Santa Clause this limo?" the ago of eighteen when tho Bobby "No, aunlio; it was loo of stature, weight nnd tho perfect functioning of all tho organs dark to sec him, but I heard what Is acquired. This menns thnt tho ho said when ho knocked his toe against tho bedpost." London Tlt-Bi- ls. body is as nearly In a !lalo of equilibrium hi at any ago nnd is prepared not only lo protect itself against diseaso and violence, but Tho Human Dud Whilo ho was making his way can resist temptation more success, fully and can assert its indepen about his platoon ono dark night a dence in thol and action in compo- -J sergeant heard the roar of a "G. f. lition with tho maluro man or Can" overhead and dived into a shell bole. It was already occupied by a woman. Such Is a picture of tho average private, who was hit full In the 's fully mature girl of eighteen or boy wind by tho head. A of Iwcnly-on- o tho end of tho period moment's silence a long breath, of most rapid development begin- and then ning at twelvo in girls and at four"Good Lord, is that you Sarge?" "Thai's me." teen in boys. During this critical period the "Thank Heaven I I was body, mind and soul of tho boy or waiting for you to explode." The girl aro undergoing such rapid de- American Legion Weekly. velopmental changes that tho wholo is in a stale of- - extremely delicate polso or uncertain equilibrium requiring but a slight variation in environment to upset tho wholo wonderful slrucluro so that it may fall in ruins. Tho dangers, even in infancy, aro not so great as in tho adolescent, for in case of tho latter wo havo tho soul to guard and intellect to save; for by tho restraint of our varied physical appetites and by tho obser valion of tho fundamental laws of health and right living wo can mako it possiblo for a child to bo wellborn. Tho Infant is subject only to tho dnngcr of a few diseases and physical injury and, given a normal child at birth, Ihb chances aro abundant PNEUMONIA for ils rapid growth provided only ci;irvi vi a innjiic com 13 onen the direct came of pneumonia. Chilthnt intelligence is oxcroiscd in cardren do not like to taks nauseating ing for and feeding It. medicine but do like the soothing Also, wliilo tho child of from eight effect of the external remedy, to twelve is comparatively frco from diseaso and tomplalion tho growing youth of twelvo or fourteen has a much greater predisposition to disWILL IV I SlAyi lilt UUIT1I3 easo and in addition Is subject to tho nramt'i Vapomentha Salve Ii p- pitfalls which may bo tho causo of by rubbing this delightful irlve ftlfrd stunting or of tho the chest and under the crtnf. moral and intellectual growth. FurTt mult U time Imu&i rclicl from croup gucoid. 11 u tut itktwtiai ixr ther, tho healthy unfolding of any of wubboracw of pneumonia ltw lo ncc 000 ftilet Iheso groups of attributes Is vitally application! Rtccm f tarnJei by doctori for dependent on tho normality of tho ft yooocnl bit i well othor two. At this ago, any added ca for crowa-tf- . 10c. 63c tU 11.20 strain Is much moro likely to causo U CU itug ltd f CMfal an arrest or regarded growth and torn fret MOfl vpou requcM w consequently places "at great risk DRAME DRUG tho mind and morals. And so, add COMPANY to nl this tho burden of N. WHsBora,H.C. disaster, at least lo'somo degrco will follow, which if not apparent Porler-Moor- c Drug Co., Inc. dc-clprc-maluchild-mother? ed led non-com- jul PREVENT mm near-destructi- on child-bearin- g, Pngo Klghl THE CITIZEN KENTUCKY NEWS Tn tut ft East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else No coiTOpotitlrnc publlihed unUsii tlnid In full br th writer. The nam It not for publication, but an trMnc of gnni faith. Writ plslnlr. 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Jackson County News Circuit Court Proceedings moonshinlng and bootlegging. Only ono felony was tried and it was reduced lo assault and battery by tho jury and a flno of 6100 and cost was adjudged against the defendant, Phil Wilson, for striking and wounding S. E. Boggs. Phil Wilson's father, Pod Wilson, indicted Jointly with him, was acquitted by tho jury. In tho caso of tho Jackson County noard of Education against 0. P. Isaacs, ct al., tho Jury found in favor of tho Board of Ed- Circuit court adjourned tlio 14th. Tho grand jury relumed several ter, Mrs. Srnh Davis, Sunday. indictments, a good many being for Mr9. o. A. Sclllo is very slok with School nt Uils place vacated, by John D. Riley is Gcorgo Jolinson. very serious with pneumonia and .Mr. and Mrs. M. heart (rouble L. Wntson vlsilcd Iho former's sis .... $7.50 W'liicliiter nulomntillii tlii iiIk'M. 6.75 .75 new It wrecked wln-with a xcimiplioro In the direct In Herbert Hcllln'n vn I i.. Hemleraon. The bond of John Dost sett, nllcged rohher of the Imnk nl Kmlth .Mills on whlrlrhlH father win aecnrlty, was forfeited when he fulled to nienr for trial. Mndlsonvllle J. T. Alcxnmlcr resigned ax prc'lilcnt of the Hopkins Cotmtj Ilnnk nml N organli'.liiR n new Institution to ho known u (ho Citizens' Hank nml Truat Company, rheumatism. C C. Clark has moved his slock of merchandise to Dan Mooro his new store houso. Tho doctor was Is on the sick list. railed to see Edgar York, Tuesday, who was very sick. Carico T. J. Faubus' Carico, Jan. 18. Jas. lilllo girl is sick nt present. Summers has sold his placo near hero and bought out James Shclloti E. at. the mouth of Horso Lick. D, Ilobcrt8 and wlfo aro going to Oklahoma at onco to mako their Mellaril Brewer has sold home. out and gono lo Hamilton, 0. Tho! mumps nro raging around horo. ..umu m i.ti.i . ,s Wau.....H school his brother began here, and E. D. Herald has gono to finish tho graded school at Bond that wai taught by tho Johnson Brothers. Hurrah for our Citizen family. Mr. Voids has measles at present. Bora to Mr. and Mrs..Willio Roberts, tho lOlh, a bouncing boy named Clifford. Mother and babo Ed. Herald's school aro doing flno. closes Iho 23rd. Wo halo to glvo up our good school. Undo Dan Parker is not expected lo Ilvo long. He cut his foot somo timo ago and Wo aro now has blood poison." sorry to hear that Mrs. J. W. Smith is so low with fever. Lexington Herald, Dally only, regular price The Cillcn, published onco-- n week, regular prlco Total, if subscribed for separately Daily Lexington Horald and The Citizen, combined You save $500 1.50 Ml. .SicrlltiRvMr. John lV'Biw who hiix Iki'H Hci'loiKtly III nml who ivtviit-luiiiliTwcnt 1111 oporntloii, lit much liupmred nml nlilt to ho out. llmw-senu, $0.50 5.7S .75 $1.80 Tho Sunday Blue Ornss Farmer, regular prlco The Citizen, published onco a week, regular price Total, If subscribed for separately Sunday Blue Grass Farmer and The Citizen, combined You save 1.50 .. W.00 2.S0 ucation. More About Hard Roads 50 rnth'tlnlinnf. Ml" Fiimone 21, ulin tumo from I'nrls, Friiiici', Somerset. The crowd which gather was married liiro to .lesc 1'. Itmwn, rd nt the Methodlat parftoungo for a 10, who ini't her while nverwai. pantry shower for tho pastor cnusei! room to glvo way, proAliCli'tii. The kitchen to the lmii' ullln under one of Mm. Lou Weliner, on Third street, ducing n small panic, wns liurnvil. tJooil work liy the llremeii Rowling ilrren. A Inrgo barn con- nhotil p.im-i- I tlu main building. tnlnlng 'iOOO pound of tobacco nnd' $UHi.' considerable provender, tho propcrtj Wtlllniinhiirj;. The fourth moon of Allen Gregory, was destroyed hj alilne Mill to he found' In u week win lire of unknown origin. Iii Send your subscriptions to The .Citizen, Berea, Kontucky. liroiiKtit -- Last week Judge Johnson and bacco crop of 4,100 pounds at nn av crugnof $HS.TJ per hundred. Magistrate York and Smith wont to I'Miiiimil Kriimer, fnrm molllpPi Mrs shockley, who is 111. lo her homo a few days ago. rovliiKtoii. W. Frankrorl lo consult with tho Slalo Mrs. Jnmes Hosier has been ill, T. DaKon has rented J. P. Callihan's or, fotiml liN brother, Anton Kramer, A hum caused tho Mail'soiivltle. Road Commissioner in regard lo Rov. 0. V. Todd farm and is going to movo (o 1L M, III' with tuberculosN nt Onrthngu. detuli of 1.. D II. Rogers, "2, former Iml is better. building a piko thru this county. after n w'lirclt of twelve year, thoy visited W. W. West's last Salur Mr. Callihan, is going to movo to bnvliij; lost truce of one unolher nuiny Jailer of Hopkins coiuity The State Road Commissioner ad. day night. James Brooks has sold his jt'iir bo. Ohio. to wait a lilllo while vised them ll.ijurd.- - Andrew S.irphcrd, Tfl, farm here, and Is moving to Round-slon- e. heforo beginning tho survey of tho Itlchmoml. The lleul court chnriuil Riiuker mid educator, died of apoplexy! " C. D. Estridgo motored to CLARK COUNTY with iiivoth;iitlon of the Ut his home III the utility. road lo be builL It was his opinn Berea today. Log Lick lifTnlr of the (.'iimherliiliil Telephone ion that the present Legislature 18. Log Liek, Jan. Sinco our Compniiy on representation that higher Georgetown After service of twenty I wvild enact somo important road Boono last writing Merrelt Rico, an old rate were Imperative If operations venrs. llrtlest Ashurst has reigno l as laws and that it would bo belter lo f Boone, Jan. 19. Mrs. Mcll Reams wore to pay. nnd respected citizen', died of cer chief of the tire department wait nnd get tho advantage, If any, Born, In tho Ho had been in Is on tho sick list. ebral apoplexy. from such bill as might bo passed. w! Inrg' le!rjsten. Ir S l of Vru!llM. Ii, Tho home of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Vaughn, had health for soveral years. No certain road has as yot been t' . S ii Itoiiril Dowlo Webb of estate the w!l' r ?Ir!.sJ. II. MeKlnley (irp.'ili 1ilM)Plllell Rev. D. II. Matherly and family or a flno baby cirl. designated, except tho ono menC. L AI1I.1 uy of Col im". Richmond visited tho former's fath- this place, who has been suffering provhle- that If l nny, bent'tlc'nry tioned in tho application mado last he or he to he cut olT, nnd The with pneumonia fever, is improving er a Jew days of last week. i.uil year for Stato Aid Fund, which was Wltirliester.4ol.ii Mull. us. fiirmer,, thai part ku to ifsusnivi I'lii.t-trIlurnam Galloway and the Rev. Mr. Early of Richmond was to nicely. .'et tnilii :..J-- l. s re-- UkI when from tho top of tho Big Hill at tho preach here today but owing lo Miss Peatiiie Rich wvro quietly Co U twin fnnu a h- Madison County lino by way of Mc- Iho sickness ho was telephoned not married last Tuesday. itnjMvllle. Imnieil'iitely followtn? Keo lo tho Clay County line. How- V.'lnrlnter.- - lly hrenkli" Mm gh-to come. We hope Bro. Early will the tllltiK of n ult 'for illvorce nml nil- ever, this may not bo tho first built j . lEE COUNTY he Hndley eome and preach for us somo lima ninny by .Mrs. Young, Ilerlfrt Vounc In h dmir. thieves entered as the action of other surrounding ( u utiiiiliei of oer Eeattyville MADISON COUNTY tiled petition for illvorce on xtntutnry ginwry 11ml sec-jnW. A. Matherly, wiro and counties will, in a largo measure, Clay Lick Tho oil later. neattyville, Jan. 17. crolllHlK, eiuphiylni; the hrother of ulls. determine what roads will be buitt' juisiness in. this county has been daughter, of Winchester, camo up Clay Lick, Jan. 18. Miss Doll Mr. Voiiiik'h uttoruoy. yesterday for a few days visit. J. Fowler and Mrs. Davo Parsons of Mnysvtlte, The return of t' c couu 7 I first. somewhat on tho declino during D. valReeves and wlfo of Howards Versnlllen. Illchanl Ilolmuu' auto nelSilr hIhuvv an Increase In the month, owing to tho weathBerea wcro tho gucsU of Mrs the last three m'U'on dol Creek visited tho family of William ran olT n 'Jifoot einliankineiit In Clark uation of pmtvrtj McKee er conditions. A new well was Phillip Humphrey Fowler last Thursday. county nml he wn thrown Inlo n creek. Inis. McKee, Jan. 20. Leonard Morris brought in on tho Wm. Hobbs placo Burch and wife loday. ' Kerr, of Powell County, bought Mrs. Osslc Marcum and littlo son He wn almost' frozen when he bail who has had tho measles is almost four miles northeast of here. It Is I'nrls. The hurtal of ilrs, Annti aro Iho guests of her fatli hmcIioI a fannhouse. where rvitorn-tlve- s twenty-flv- o acres of unimproved of Irvino tl of gn Jam. VisltiOi, &, Minilrco Robbln3 who has .said to bo a thirty-barr- el well. well. er and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Wol-fo- rd were mlmlulxlereil. eml debility, timb plate ut Clinton been seriously ill with double pneu- Misses Omega Thompson and Del- - land from Sim Kerr for 31,500. Miss Kandico Stout Logsdon. Mabel, the lilllo daughter of Dan Born to Mr. mil n inn-- , monia is improving. .. ... Winchester. A tueMsiiKe to Mr. Wm villi'. who has been visiting homo folks , ui uui inuai, 1'iv- -, , , , s ui aiuiv at, hiib wi.iu nnd Mrs. T.pvi Powell, last week. Xi ...,;.. i.. Moore tell that ht-- aunt, Mrs. Harin town it . iiuut-for a while has returned to her vwu iv,...., fcl.Oi.U r.lklon. Col. Ren T Perkins, bank- u mnler ton A daugtuer made ner Saturday, on their way lo tako line girl. Michigan. Miss Nannio riet Wullnie. wan liiirlt-s,cs- boCn work in . In rescuing her of nnd ami mot tiered. rr' ?h h".s .Sn-arrival at the homo of Mrs. Stella Ogg gave tho young folks a party of oUier scnooIs lhal have noon.-- in m uiu xnn Robert, l.'t, from n hoy's care dug Itiivilllieill ill ins D. G. Collier nft, Tyra, January 15th . ?. slcK- - 13 ucr at tnts lime. arm. lintel.! .hirlnt the school' last Saturday night which they en In a Rami Imnk ut Columbia, MIk. ' moved went to London, Wednesday, to at- year, 1919-2- 0. Ralph Logsdon They havo each fin- -, William Lowry bought last wcckio joyed very much. In Powell the farm ho Nlclmhistille.-- V. aiker Miller sus Mrs ;shed their schools for last year. tend the funeral of his sister, was tho guest of his cousin, T6d Jlhh, one of the Aiiku.sIh. n broken arm i.ticti his hora County. Thcro Is lota of moving Gabbard, Saturday night and Sun- tlrst Hohllers Frederick Nannie Bowling. to he tlecnrateil In Krunci, tained has Tax Commissioner L. D. Arnold huggy was demolnnd changing about, and it seems vUltliig his parents, Mr. un! ron nwny ami the day. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Korby, has been his tax books completed and thoy like there is not enough houses for wlii wore recently married, aro Mr. William Jlbh, near llriMiksvlllc ished. Parrot arc now in tho hands of tho County the people lo move into. With He was Imilly pisetl nml has beet, tin Hero comes Court Clerk for recapitulation. Parrolt, Jan. 18. moving to tho Ball farm now occu- tier treatment ut Camp Jackson, S. C Parrot, for Iho first timo siriCo 1919. The Fiscal Court of this county was no preaching hero nor Sunday-scho- ol pied by Bright Short, 5 Stanley It seems to us that wo aro Undo Dan Parker is seriously ill called together Thursday by Judgo Fowler left Monday for Detroit, Jockwm. Tho hotly of John C'nnl-welBeech Sytarrore, Maple, getting far behind in religious with slight hopes of recovery. nn A. Iv. F, veteran, who was Kilburn to tako stens to repair a from tho Welch Otk anrl Walnut Log. I hope wo can havo with a crew The Stork got busy ono night last few i)ridgcs and mako repairs on work. But Stores to bring back a killed by an electric crane ut Uuquesne, I' vmi hui" any to sell write to more religious services in the near week and visited the home of Bert the county roads. 4 Miss Euna C C MENilLL & QUO. CO. supply of Dodge cars. Arthur I'n., was brought home for hurlul. McDowell and Ray Farmer, and left Lutes, teacher at Bcllo Point, was future. ouUvlI.e Kentuckr Hester from tho west has been visI.ehnnoii. The car of John Itnlley R. 0. Cornea boy at each place. Tom Tay- forged Into n telephone pole nnd wn iting his brother, Jean. in town Saturday on business. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY lius' school closed at Sovcn Pines lor and daughter, Ella Mae, were wrecked on Walnut iitreot, hut Hnlley JOHN WRITE & CO. Conway Mrs. Rachel Price re last week. GARRARD COUNTY LOUISVILLE, KY. tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mlko aud two companions esciipi-t- l unhurt. Conway, Jan. 19. U. S. Berry Gennings, of Wallacelon, on last tUubiuholialStf turned homo last Tuesday fromL- OThltn T.tr.V Hamillon, 0. Sho reports hor Ixliiiliiiii. Three cows a lurnt' l .no Mrs. Cal- -, who moved to Ohio last Spring has Wednesday. Wliiin T.ic.k. .Tnn. io. tlty of tohncco, com and Implement Henry tie Ross from North Carolina visit-- 1 cen in Conway tho past Jew days grandchildren better. Mm were destroyed when Celt shaking hands with old friends and W. Ml James Roberts last wcek.-- Mrs. Cornelius' folks havo measles. Head's barn hunied. "lie loir hc'tig looking after tho interest of his MADISON COUNTY B. Inman has been in bad health Polly Melcalf is ill with grippe. JOJVUo. . E. Wynn has for a long time, and continues very W. C. Wynn is nlso on tho siok list., 'arm hero. Wallaceton S in0VC(J lo "is farm in Indiana, and Mr. and Wallaccldn, Jan. 19. poorly. Sam Settles is also seriSi Foley and Miss Cecil Norval Claud Kidd, the new merchant, has Mrs. Arthur Kidd aro hack from ously ill. Gilbert Johnson nnd from Hackley visited Mr. and Mrs.! family are going lo California next Calloway Hounshcll, Saturday night' moved into tho houso vacated by Dayton, 0. Thoy oxpect to mako Char,y Maggard has their home in Wallacelon. Wo aro W'niu week to mako thoir home. Mr. and Mrs. Callo-tM- rand Sunday. glad to havo them with us again. Gahbard of .this placo was way Hpunshell, Misses Sbphronia "10VC'1 10 ,,is farn ncar Snider. Balloy returned from Jackson Misses Graco and Dora Oonlry spent married Inst week to Delbort Moore and Susio Hounsholl, Mr. and Mrs. J County. Lcandrow Dowoy Parker, and Misses Thelma1 County, whero ho has, been vIslU Wednesday of last week with Mrs. of Laurel c- D-,5 ff- - II. Kidd. Gabbard camo in today from Lynch, Roberts and Nollio Viars visited J. Mrs. Florcnoo Day and for 1,10 Past wcek- KslrlUge, who has beoa vlslUngrol--M- r. children aro visiting hor parents, Ky., whero ho has been at work. Creech's last Thursday evening. and Mrs. Jennings Mozicr atives in Jackson County, returned Mr. and Mrs. Pal nallard, Sr. TmvA mnvnrl nn Mia Mrs. Ed. Ballard is in very poor fnrm whnrn , Bond Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Wal- health. Bond, Jan. 17. Soveral farmers Henry Green lived last yoar. Ruso laco havo moved lolhclr now homo( havo begun plowing for next year s Brock and Miss Dorothy Elliot woro near Wallacelon, known as the Jim crop. Wm. Wolfo has sold his married last week. Mrs. Addio you feed Tuxedo Hog Misses Graco and fluinn farm. farm at this placo to S. S. WolfoDavis visited John Davis's last Here Ii your opportunity to liuure Dora Gentry and Claro PQvlin spent cannot know how cheapMis3 Ncllio Viars of Bcrca Ho sold his wcek. nnd Moses Edwards. egalnit embarraulng errort In pelliog, Sunday, tho 18th, with Mr. and Mrs. personal property by auction last has been the pleasant guest of hor pronunciation and poor choice of ly pork can be developed. Tuxedo is wordt. Know the meaning of puzxllng Joo Goodrich of Paint Lick. Dorn Wednesday nnd will soon depart aunt, Mrs. James Roberts, tho past proa quick fattcner a never-failin- g war ternu. Increaie your efficiency, lo Mrs. Florcnco Day, a bouncing for his new farm in Indiana. Mr. and Mrs. A. L.( Tho two weeks. which ruulu In power and iucccm. ducer of live, sturdy, good looking twelve-poungirl, named Trcssio, d stork mado four visits to this placo Davis, Misses Elizabeth and Flor-en- co hogs. The formula is compounded WEBSTER'S Eva. Jim Calico and family havo( tho past week leaving a new baby Creech, Sophronia and Susio along lines suggested by a prominent moved to Wnllacotnn in tho houso, at John Robinson's, Tom Durham's, Hounshcll, and Thdlma Roberts, NEW INTERNATIONAL State Experiment Station Official. by J. S. Wilson recently vacated Sam Payno's, and R. E. Taylor's. and Lawrence Creech and Pcto, DICTIONARY la an and family. Wo aro glad to wel-coTho littlo daughter of Ed. McQueen Hounshell visited Mr. and Mrs. CalNote of what Tuxedo Hog Ration is made, teacher, n universal question moro good pcoplo In Mr. WW-son-'s was seriously burned recently by loway Hounshcll, Sunday. Mr. nnswercr, mado to meet your and you will understand why it is so very placo. Mr. and Mrs. Androw catching her clothing on firo from and Mrs. J. M. Morgan visited Os Bucds. It is in dally uso by Digester Tankage, Corn Meal, nutritious: hundreds of thousands of an open fireplace. Peters of near Campellsvillo aro vis-iliWright Susio Watson car Morgan's Sunday. men and women tho wotld over. Ground Barley, Ground Oats, Wheat Mid; has returned homo from McKoo Kelly from Harlan County is visit. thoir daughlor, Mrs. II. Kidd. 400,000 Word.. 3700 Paget, 6000 IN ' dlings, Old Process Oil Meal, Gluten Feed, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Elkln visited whero sho has been tcaohlng. luitrauont. w.uju uiocrapnicai i.n- S. ing W. W. Wests'. Mrs. Boss ihlcalfaubjecu. trlct. 30,100 S. Wolfo Is finishing teaching tho Robinson went yesterday to sco her his parenfs, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Alfalfa Meal. CSA.ND Award) mil. (tlbtxit Uipoiltioo. Flkln, SValurday night and Sunday. MHIoiu. REGl'UR and This balanced mixture is sweetened with Railoy Gentry spent tho week end WRITE lor Sprclwen raiea, IT.CE J'ocket J.11 pa if you nunc lUU paper. Cane Molasses. wilh his sister, Mrs. Joo Goodrich, I 6. ft C. McRRIAM CO., 'or Paint Lick. C. II. Dakcr is very. SprlajQcId, Slaw., V, S. A. 'ill from a sllghf stroke of paralysis. AATAT VCTQ PROTEIN 14.5: FIBRE 7FAT 3.5 X CARBOHYDRATES 55! Miss Ills recovery is doubtful. 'Dorothy Elliot and Mr. Roosovolt Urock wcro married last wcck.-Mr- s.' Made by the Manufacturers of Tuxedo Chop, W, N VanWinklo Is very III nl tho Egg Mash Sweets, Tuxedo Scratch, I'uce nml I'sesipeil. to town hy Deputy Slierlll n piwtee, but the operator (leorgetowii. Ilnmbrlck A JoucU claimed n record when they sold 0 to- l, , 11 1 -- 11 - eon-ten- t, hu.-p.l- nl . 1 ........ - iu MIU f.. Z- r d 11 l, ent 1 1 Go-mi- a Suro Jattener 'Juxedo Hog Ration UNTIL suc-ceul- ul ng I'tnama-l'aelS- o UDU-PAPE- No More War Flour Potts' GOLD DUST Flour Returns to its before-the-whigh standard of ar rilNAJL OlO. ia -- Itnmn if line ilnuchtrr. Mrs Miko quality Once Tried - Always Used Jennings. Mrs. Robert Elliot Is In 'tho Robinson hospital for treat-- I Miss Mnudo' innnt of tuberculosis. I Kidd is working for Mr. Welch' I again. See Vour Nearest Dealer FOR SALE BY S. E. WELCH, B.rea, Kentucky MULLENS & PRICE, Uring.ton, Kentucky J. W. RIDER, ML Varnon Kentucky