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Five Cents Per Copy Devoted to tlie Interests of ttie Joxxntoin. People BEREA, MADISON COUNTY, The citizen KENTUCKY, NOVEMBER 25, 1020 One Dollar And Our Thrcofold Aim: To jrlvo the News of Bcron nnd Vicinity; To Record tho Happenings of Bcrca Collego; To bo of Interest to nil tho Mountain People. Fifty Cents per Year No. 22 pnper Is free to discuss tho virtues nnd the vices of nil political candiMnrshall H. Vaughn Keillor of The dates whenever it deems such discussion expedient. Citizen Address of Welcome Tho Citizen wishes to promote tho by the Retiring Editor ANOTHER INAUGURAL! Tho doctors we reason for lieving thnt much before my three score years anil ten the Master of all good workmen will promote mo to another world. Ami so I am In tho business of resigning fixing things so thnt no ono will be Inconvenienced by my final dropping out. It was at President Hutchlns request that I retnined my place on The Citizen the past summer. He has now purchased my stock in the Ilcren Publishing Company. Tho compnny is not run ns a monoy-mnkln- g a concern any more than Alliance nnd he first nominated my successor. Of course the Editor depends for his success upon the cooperation of countless correspondents, tho careful beBe-re- Kentucky News U. S. News RAID NOTORIOUS GAMBLING ALMOST ONE WorUNews The Longuo of Nations, meeting Geneva, Switzerland, has organized for business under the Presl- nC,Cy f IW I,ymnn' Minister of Belgium. A very d nnd appreciative e In highest Interests of the three greatest institutions of America the church, tho school, and the home. Without these three nil other Amcricnn Institutions would fnll Into decay. We wish to keep allvo In Tho Citizen thnt type of weekly newspaper which Is fast passing the newspaper with wholesome edltorinls and instructive news nrtlcles. No corrupting ndvor-tlsemen- ts will be found In Tho Citizen, no slanderous articles in fnct, nothing thnt borders on the sentimental or yellow Journalism. Ict us double the present number of renders of The Citizen within the next twolvo months. If you feel that Tho Citizen has been worth-whiland if the pledges of the new Editor nnd the reeonsecrntion of the Associate Editor, who will continue tho e, active management of the paper, meet with your npprovnl, use your inlluenco In getting one more sub-scrili- Mnrshall E. Vaughn THE ASSOCIATE EDITOR SPEAKS Giving a llrlef Statement of (he Purpose and Platform of The Citizen Mr. Mnrshall E. Vaughn Is Editor The Citizen. Tho associate editor welcomes him to this office, nnd we are srire that our readers will be glad for his new relation to them, lie comes to his work with n por-- s nal acquaintance with a large num-b- r of you nnd with an intimntc acquaintance with the field of the pnper With his experience nnd ability m u mny expect The Citizen to hold present stnndnrds and to Improve as timo goos on. Mnridiall E. nughn As we understand the wish of the work of the pr nter3, nnd ispci tally directors of Iloren Publishing Comthe offlce and field work of the asso- pnny, It Is thnt we should continue ciate editor Mr. Lehman. to nsslst in theVditing of the paper lloth men nro introduced to The and to look nftor the business of the Citizon's groat nrmy of subscriber company. ns friendly and able men, heartily Wo have some fourteen months' devoted to the welfare of the moun- experience in this relntion, and feel tain poopJo. Ylm. . will .find them tluit wo- aro somewhat acquainted friends If you ever visit Tho Citizen with tho readers. We hnvo met o Office In Heren, you will find them ninny of you In the office nnd friends ns you exchange lottors, nnd tho offico. Wo hnvo written letyou will find them your very best ters to many of you nnd gone Ipto holpors as you rend the paper from your communities. We have visited week to week, nnd on some bright forty-si- x of your schools, spoken to day hear ono of them speak nt your nonrly 3,000 persons in those schools, county courthouse. and seen 2,000 more nt school fairs, The editor themselves are charged and hnve ridden more than four hunt remember that their office .Is as dred miles on horseback over the ff ' out-sld- sacred as thnt of a preacher. They nro to publish tho truth, and give It wings so it may reach farther than nny preacher's voice. They nre to see to it thnt the family thnt takoi The Citizen frets the best of everything thnt Is going money-mnkin- g information for farmer and houso-wlfstories nnd interesting reading for the children nnd young people, the real mountain news that they can net nowhorc else, and quite a shnre in the gront things thnt aro going on in IlWon. Joy and success to all who help make The Citizen nnd extend Us list of subscribers! Win. C Frost. e, mountain rnnds. First of all, we wish to express our pleasure that The Citizen is to be free from politics. We have always maintained that the paper should not tnkes sldos in political matters. It has other fields in which nil its energies should be directed. GREETINGS FROM THH NEW Greeting of The ntissn: Tho wrltor has for a half score of years manifested groat Intorcst in the high purpose of Tho Citizen. It has been his plonsuro to work in cooperation with The Citizen for the cause of education throughout eastern Kentucky. Ills chief sorvlco has been thnt of advertising Heron writing: nrtlcles on tho educational needs of the mountains nnd Rending thousnnda of copies containing vnlunble Information to the remotest sections of our Stnto. Tho now Editor thinks tho onli fundamental mistake that has evor beon made by Tho Citizen was thnt of assuming tho rolo of n political paper. Tho Citizen wns founded ns n paper nnd for many yenrs was conducted ns such, but through tho nmbltlon of some of its editors, n number of years ago, it was changed to a political paper. Tho now orgnnlzntion that has Just been perfected unnnlmously voted to declnro The Citizen nn Independent pnper with no nxes to grind, nor political handicaps to overcome. All honornblo citizens of nil political faiths nro our friends nnd neighbors, nnd tho weekly newspaper that wishes to render tho maximum service to tho wholo community must lay nsldo every political weight. This does not mean that tho paper will fori evor refuso to participate In political discussions, but it means that tho Col-log- EDITOR to tho Renijors Washington, Nov. 20. Little difWashington, Nov. 20. Kentucky, ficulty in obtaining the 280,000 men until recent years the leading state necessary to mnko up tho peace time in tho production of hemp in tho army nuthorized by Congress is United States, now stands lowest amnng tho recoenlzcd states. New Orleans, Nov. 18. Presidentelect Wnrrcn O. Harding and his Whitesburg, Nov. 20. Construcparty sailed from here at 4:10 o'clock s, tion of a splendid system of this afternoon on the steamship made possible by the voting for Pnnnmn. ol $300,000 in bonds, will bo gotten K under wny actively enrly In tho Washington, Nov. 21. The Panaspring In Lctchor county. ma Cannl has closed the best year financially in Its six years of operaHnrrodsburg, Nov. 20. Ono of the tion" with on excess of $2,187,599 in boldest bank robberies in Central revenue over tho expense of opera-tl- o nnd maintenance. , Kentucky occurred hero Inst night when tho First National Hank, Main Fires in New York and Detroit street, and Office Row, when the steel vnult was entered nbout 1:00 o'clock Saturday cost ten lives and a conand nbout $1,700 In cash tnken. flagration In New Orleans caused About CO private boxes were removed. $2,000,000 loss. In New York nine persons were burned to death in n tenement fire. In Detroit one mnn Governor Edwin P. Morrow will wns 'killed by Jumping from a burnbe asked to include consideration of ing hotel. monsurcs for the relief of the University of Kentucky in his call if ho deOmaha, Neb., Nov. 20. Bonds and cides to order a special session of the legislature for good roads pur- securities burned by tho bandits who poses, as suggested last week by robbed Chicago, Burlington & Quincy ninll train No. 8 in Council Bluffs last I.icutonnnt-Governor Thruston Saturday night totalled more than $5,000,000, according to on announcement here today by Postal Inspector Washington, Nov. 19. Personal Glenn. income tnx was paid in 1918 by 47,-0individuals in Kentucky, nccord-In- g New York. Nov. 20. At the old to figures made public today by Bowery Mission, for more than our the Internal Rovcnuo Bureau. Tho defndes tho leading lower East Side tnx pnid by them aggregated $7,918,-90- haven "for destitute drunkards, lecture being tho tax on net incomes classes In elementary sociology nnd aggregating $100,350,127. This shows philosophy nnd educntlonnl work that in round numbers 50,000 among the ghetto's women nnd chilin 1918 had average net dren are taking the placo of or supincomes in excess of $3,500 after plementing the work done there heremaking all legal deductions. tofore for men without homes or food. Mnysville, Nov. 18. Chlorine gas, Chicago, Nov. 18. Corn nnd oats oscaping from n tank on board a Chesapeako and Ohio freight train nt tumbled in value today and pulled the stntion horc today, seriously nf- - down quotations on hogs to n point lecicu eleven persons nnu prosiroicu under nny reached in nonrly four n drove of hogs nnd caused a gen years. Wheat also declined sharply, eral panic in the city. Tonight the influenced by tho depression of other tank was romoved to the brickyard grains. Country loadings of com in East Maysville, where It continued i5feinidto have increased and this to give off its fumes, which quickly circumstance, together with new records for commodities, aside sprend over tho vicinity. from farm produce, led to general Frankfort, Nov. 19. New rulos selling of feedstuff nnd then of nnd regulations governing road camps wheat and hogs. issued by tho Stato Board of ChariChicago, Nov. 21. Nearly a thouties and Corrections provide that no convict serving a term for nssault, at- sand persons were under nrrcst totempted assault, detaining n womnn night as a result of the biggest round ngainst her will, incendiarism, or up of criminals in Chicago In many who has escaped or attempted to es- years. Tho drive was started at midcape, or who has violated his parole, night last night by Chnrles Fitzmor-ri- s, new chief of police, ns the second or who has been sentenced to the penitentiary more than twice shnll be step in his announced campaign to employed outside the walls of the ri(1 Chicago of criminals and followed a recent wholesalo shakcup of tho prison on road or bridge work. polico force in which nearly every 18. "Nearly member was transferred to a new Nov. Frankforti, overy town in Kentucky is reported position. to bo without coal. Mines In Enst-cr- n Washington. Dr. George Palmer, of Kentucky claim inability to furnish coal because of car supply. Springfield, Ohio, has been requested Tho cltlzons of this Stnte, in view of by Surgeon Genera! II. S. Cummins, of the cold weather, nro confronted with the United States Public Health Servthe danger of great suffering unless ice, to vMt oil the pulille health servimmediate relief can bo had." This ice hospitals In the Central Statos two weeWtj at each hospital. Iias-i- )i mossnge wns sent to the Inter-Stat- e Gov- -' Surgeon General I'uuunlugs says that Commerce Commission today by ,s tho 1H.00O sol- ernor E.lwin P. Morrow with tho in- -' iwmt'uta uiuii'ii'u twin iiiuercwio- uiry, "Cnn not you do something to (hitshall sis the hae,,,, bo! treatment pos- ftirnish sufficient enrs to relievo pros- -' M)Uf ln, ',,,, Clllln011t spe. ,0 hospitals. '"t nnd pressing needs?" clallstw to visit tlu-xhemn-crowlnir high-wnyPar-IsmlBal-lard. DENS THOUSAND IN HALLS Oh finely-worde- CHANCE. Chicago Bootleggers and Drug Sellers Are Caught Officers Find $340,000 In Prisoner's Shirt Dives Raided Under Direction of Police Chief. Wntern Newspaper Union News Service. Chicago. Almost 1,000 arrests were made and gambling parnphornnlia valued at thousands of dollars were seized In n crime drive In Chicago. The drive wns started by Charles Fltzniorrls, Chief of Police, nnd Michael Hughes, Chief of Detectives, personally directed oiivratlons. "Kill m the cells," wns the order given by Chief Fltzniorrls. The order of the Chief was executed by :00 detectives und police. The Jails were tilled. The prisoners, for the most purl, were gamblers, but scores of men nnd boys carrying arms were gathered In. Jinny had burglar tools. The drive brought In numerous drug sellers nnd bootleggers. Raids were centered on notorious gambling dens. How It wns cnrrled on Is Illustrated by the raid on "Artie Quill's smoke shop." The plnec wis swarming with gamblers nnd the tallies were loaded with gold nnd Automobiles loaded with desilver. tectives nnd police dashed to the curb with drawn pistols, nnd officers smashed through doors and Into the heart ol Gamblers who attempted the dive. to "rush" the police and escape were dubbed. When the place was "mopped tip" ten loads of prisoners were hauled away. Gold, silver and currency taken from the gambling tables totaled more was sent to President Wilson, who is therein recognized as the spiritual father of the League. Various efforts to bring questions of nil kinds before tho Lenguo make it necessary for tho President to reassert the purpose for which It was called Into being and to emphasize Its n ns n preserver of peace. The absence of tho United States from tho meeting Is tho object of much comment, and Europe ennnot understand why wo send so many newspaper correspondents but refuse official representation. ml?-slo- fl mes-sag- I Germany has given out the opinion that she is not bound by the clause of tho Treaty of Versailles pertaining to mandates over backward sections of tho world. It Is her claim that she agreed to tho Treaty only with the expectation that sho would become a member of the League of Nations, and hence entitled to a voico nnd n share In the guardianship of uncivilized parts of the world. Being nware of the opposition that would arise, Germany is not nsklng for admission to tho League, but is certainly nwnke to every possible opening thnt will advance her own cause. A recent election in Greece caused considerable surprise and nnxiety because it resulted in tho defeat of s, generally believed to be the greatest statesman of Greece and one of tho greatest in Europe. His makes probable the return of tho former King of Greece, Constnn-tin- e, who sympathized with Germany In the recent war, and was obliged to leave Greece. Ho is not forcing himself on tho country but Is waiting for a vote of the people, inviting1 him to return. This vote will bo tnken in a few weeks. i Ven-izeloda-fe- at 0, Kcn-tuckia- ns Another sensational raid was that on tho establishment ol "Nick the Greek" Dandalos. Scores were nrresled, but only a small sum ol than $12,000. low-prl- co money was found. Dandalos wa searched. He had $340,000 that he had scooped from the tables hidden Inside lils shirt. "There was $1,000,000 being gambled In tho places we raided," said Chief ol Detectives Hughes. "Where did II come from? It came from the stick-ups- , the Jewelry robberies nnd the payroll robberies. Saturday night found .dens, those crooks In. losing It all. "It's gambling that lures them. They rob and kill Just to have somothlns to shoot craps anil play faro with. If they can't gamble they won't rob." The raids caused n sensation In political quarters, where, It was charge!!, gamblers obtained protection. "Just wait until Mayor Thompson returns," they said. "He'll show these 'dicks' where to get ofT." But the Mayor, at West linden, Ind., on vaca tion, already had heard. He wired Ids congratulations to Chief of Police ng. FItzmorrls. Understanding Is Needed. The suggestion that erican negotiations In Washington bo extended to cover all subject's nfTeetlns the relations of Japan nnd the United States Is made In an article printed by the Asnhl Shlnibun ol 0nka. In particular It urges the of n naval understanding. The newspaper asserts that America's naval policy Is entirely under control ol her "naval bureaucrats." It argues that America's present policy shows that ambitions men wlh to crush Japan before the hitter's power Increases. Tokyo. Japanese-Am- Japan Is evidently seeking itoi'-pres- s on the world her Importance. She has the largest delegation attho meeting of tho League, and seeks In many wnys to attract attention. The students of Japanese Universities are giving sfteranco to war-lik- e sentiment towaru tho United States, and officials ore not able to hold them In check. It Is believed that Japan has a purpose in view, but Just what It Is no one can yet say. Perhaps it may be nothing more than effort to make other nations acknowledge her leadership in the Orient, i Tho French aro much interested In tho recent discovery of petroleum near Limoges, In Frnnce. There Is no reason why it should not be found near deposits of coal. Specialists have Judged the oil to be similar to that found in Mexico. Should the supply provo to bo abundant, it would bo of incalculable value to France at this timo when the fqel problem Is tho ono which delays reconstruction more thnn anything else. Tho papers are noting n recent contract mado by Mr. Vandcrlip, of California, in Bussla. Ho was acting for n group of wostorn capitalists. Four hundred thousand ncros of land wns leased for sixty years. Thi3 will serve ns a security for an extensive trade. Tho money paid for the lease will bring in roturn tho various products of Russia, and it is bolloved that n trndo of soveral billions of dollars will be carried on in n few years. The mnttor is purely a business transaction. , A "little ontonto" has come exlstonce and Includes Czecho-Slov-aklJugo-Slavl- ! ,, lt"liil 't Resumption of Trade Is Assured. Ixiiidon. "A bill authorizing the resumption of American trade with Hits-siIs n Sight for Sugar Profiteers J. O. Lehman Being a combination of local paper for Borcn and vicinity nnd n school pnper for Berea College, it should not forget either field. It must bo devoted to the interest of all its patrons, not a part of them only, It is not n national paper, nor a stnto papor: it is n homo pnpor and n school papor. As such it should Bivo n short review of world, United Statos, Kentucky, local and college nows, with plonty of spneo to tho last two. But It must give moro than news, As n community paper it must stand for tho wholo community for better' Congress in Deceinbor. It Is tibsurd to think that I would undertake such a gixantlc undertaking, inml that tho capitalistic group behind me, which Includes IC. 1.. Doheuy, oil mag-nntwould he Interested unless It has assurance of favorable, action by the American Government." assured of passage In the e, homes, bettor farms, better stores, better schools, bettor churches, bet- -' ter roads, and better cooperation In improving conditions. It should seek' to aid in community development nnd organization. It should stnnil for tcnipcrnnco, health and sanitation, nnd morality. A prominent fenturo of Tho Citizen has always been Hb editorials Shown In the photograph is u portion of the big western beet sugar cri nnd nrtlcles. (This fenturo has alnow being slithered. Tons of beets which will produce thousands of pound most disappeared from most of tho of sugar ure being shlnped from the Ogdeu, Utah, region, where this photo (Continued on Page Fire) graph was made. objoct of this group Is to further tho interests of tho Slavic population. Tho "greatercntente," which won tho wnr, does not look with muclj, favor upon this new combination. Tho grouping of stntos In this manner alSerbians In Riot. Belgrade, Serbia. On tho terms of most nlwnys leads to rival groups nnd Italian treaty, ornuiKod tho process is not favorablo to peaco. tho Jugo-Slnat Itnpallo, becoming known -- here, An "cntento" doos not necessarily go enormous erowdu of angry demonstra- ns far as an "nlllanco" nnd no writtors demolished the Cabinet Council ten treaty may exist as its basis, Building. Two regiments of cavalry, by tho constabulary, dis- and yet It Is n roal force in internapersed crowds which were marching tional nffalrs. Numerous on the Italian Legation. shots were tired and many porsons It Is reported that President Wilwere wounded. son Is to receive tho noble peaco prize. This Is provided by tho will Lost Is Half Million. of a Swedish nobleman. Funds wcro Quebec. Damage estimated at mora for such prizes for those who than $:00,000 was caused by lire which left dono tho most to ndvanco tho had h destroyed tho stores of F. W. Company, and Merceau & Oa, cause of peace, for the best literary (Continued on Pge In St. Joseph street. pre-wav Wool-wort- Devastated Areas Filled. Owing to Intensive effort of peasants In reclaiming tholr fleUN, helped by a good season, the dOMisutfiMl regions of Franco nre now nblo to feed themsolves for tho llrs-time since 101 1, cable advices to the Generalo of tho French Direction Sen Ices In tho United States hero announced. This year's crops in tho devr astated districts will oxceed production, It wus stated. New York. into a and Rumanln. Thu Iir) 4 Tage Two THE CITIZEN to hnve him for sheriff. Everybody parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. B, Creech. ought to rcml Tho Citizen. Mr. nnd Mrs. Willie Rhodus visited Mr. nnd Mrs H. I). Creech, Sunday. OWSLEY COUNTY MADISON COUNTY An eleven-inch November 2G, 1020 most improved methods Miss Connrd French It not for publication, but were married, Saturday, Rev. Howard Hudson officiating. Wc wish them n few more pretty days. Some of JACKSON COUNTY many pleasures. Yotfngcr Norris the farmers arc beginning to gather For Sale By All Grocen nnd Mrs. Lake of Richmond spent Ilerd Sunday at J. W. Mrs. J. E. Herd, Nov. 18. W. H. Farmer, their corn, and their crops seem to R. L. POTTS & SON 'Whites Station, Ky. Phone 156-- 3 Hammond of Disputantn visited relwho has been sick so long, died last be turning out well. School Is pro gressing nicely. The community atives here last week. Samuel RobFriday. His remains were laid to meeting, which was held at the inson made a business trip to Jackrest in tho Montgomery cemetery. Dried sweet potatoes: Mrs. Tayson county, Saturday. Miss Juan Ralph Farmer returned to George- - schoolhouse last week, was attended Hart and brother, Dlmpsy, visited T. lor, Mrs. T. J. take. town last Wednesday. Miss Icy by a large crowd and all seemed to Canned rhubarb: Mrs. Gadd, Mrs. The Wonders of Amsrici J. Lake, Saturday and Sunday. Mrs Famcr and Miss Ruby Davidson of enjoy themselves. There will be an John Davis spent Monday evening nt T. J. Lake, Mauldcn spent from Sunday until j entertainment nt the schoolhouse on Elderberry jelly: Mrs. Strong, Br T. T. MAXEY the homoVwith Roy Gndd. Monday of last week in welchburg the nfght of the 2fith, and an interest-anfirst nnd second. attended church Sunday and Sun-- 1 ing program will be rendered. A Kraut: Mrs. Gadd, Mrs. Taylor. MESA VERDE NATIONAL PARK. BLUB LICK day night. Miss, Icy Fnrmcr spent pie supper was held at Rig Hill Sat- Vegetable and Fruits Department A pie supper will be given at thej Saturday night and Sunilay with urrtay night and sevcrni Irom litis Peters, Saturday. last 18.SS (here was discovered In First, .10 cents; Second, 20 cent. Blue Lick schoolhouse Saturday, De- -, Misses Nellie and Zou Moore of Ty - placo attended, 1 Montezuma county, southwestern Threo boots: Mrs. Gndd, School. ccmber 4th, at 7:00 o'clock. Every ' ncr. John Fnrmcr, James Roar and CLAY COUNTY Cabbage head: Mrs. Jas. Barrett. Colnrnilo. the greatest prehistoric ruins of Lexington are clrl come nnd brine n tile. The tiles Pigeon Roost Dug Thompson A thorough exnmltiu-tlnVine In this country. Davis, will be sold to tho highest bidder., visiting at Stephen Farmer's this Pigeon Roost, Nov. 22. We have Vine, Nov. 20. An eight-inc- h of the canyon of the Mnlicos snow Mrs R. Dnvis, Cynthia Onions week. Miss Bertha Halcomb of No- - had a large snow the past week, fell and caught much corn iif the Everybody is cordially invited to river (IIhoIoci1 the fact that It conCoyle. than was visiting at E. B. Flanery's much larger than is usually seen nt field. Mrs. M. L. Ferguson spent come. Advertisement. tained extensive examples of the mysButter beans Delora Wren, Mrs terious remains of an extinct race. ono day last week. Abe Madden left this season. Farmers nre beginning this week with her daughter, Mrs. J. R. McQueen. Uncle Sum decided to preserve and set last week for Hamilton, O. Misses to gather their crops of corn, whilo Levi Pennington, Jr. Miss Leah SCAFFOLD CANE FAIR whit., beans: Mrs. Coyle, Mrs. aside nearly 50.(100 ncres as a national u fruit and vegetables are safely Morgan has gone to Manchester. Icy Farmer and Jewell McGcorge Continud from last week) park MeiH (Spanish for hlRh tableGadd. were shopping in Ellas today. Boyd stored nway for winter use. The Mrs. Lizzie Bowman of Manchester First, 25c; Second, ribbon. C. Colored benns C. Logston, land) nnd Veriln (meaning green, front Friday npplo crop is lnrgcr than usual. J. Farmer of Gray Hawk spent visited relatives nt this place and the cedar trees). Canned corn Mrs. Mm. Mrs. Gadd. Gadd, Brewer's little son, Russell, is very Sextons Creek last week. Mnrricd, of last week with his father, Stephen Many narrow canyons with hljth, Thos. Barrett. Turnips: R. Davis, Lena Coyle. H. C. gjcfc with cold and probably pneu- - last week, W. H. Hurley to Farmer. E. B. Flanery and I wall opefl Into the valley. In a Miss Corn salad: Apples: Sam Robinson, Mabel klieer Ward made a business trip to Mc- - monin. R. S. Akemon and family of Bowling of Big Sexton. May their their shies are many of the Taylor. Covin. Kec Monday. Hamilton, 0., have moved back to l'vcs be long nnd happy. The Dow specimen of cliff dwellings Dried corn: T. J. Lake, MriJ Irish potatoes: J. R. McSuccn. R. known. A larne human population this place. Mrs. Margaret .Taylor ney brothers have returned to their Coyle. Dnvis. on the side Uteri In their cave-hut- s has sold her home to Chas. Taylor employment in Ohio. Nathanton Picklo corn (cars): Mrs. Strong, Sweet potatoes J. R. McQueen, of Iheae annriitone cliffs. They beNathanton, Nov. 20. We have had and has moved to a place near East first nnd second. Mr. Coyle. lieved that they were dependent upon snow this week. Born Bcrnstndt. We regret to part with an eicht-inc- h LEE COUNTY Iickle corn (shell): Mrs. Gndd, Kushaw: Browning, .Mary the gods to make the rainfall so their Mr. to Mr. and Mrs. Hicky Hicks, n fine Mrs. Taylor's family, as they were crops would srow and worshiped the Beattyville first and second. Coyle. boy; also born to Mr. and Mrs. Troy good neighbors. G. B. Johnston of Beattyville, Nov. 22. The oil busiWatermelon pickles: Mrs. A. B. Pumpkin: Union take, R. Davis. sun ai the father of all nnd the earth as the mother who hroucht all material Evans, a girl. J. A. Clark's little Hamilton, O., visited relatives of this ness in this county is still rushing, Strong, Ruth Logston. Peas: Mrs. Strong, T. J. Lake. bleating. Apparently they possessed boy, James, has had the grip. Mrs. place recently. Henry H. Davis will but for tho last two weeks many Watermelon preserves: Mrs. Mar Sunllower head: Gladys Wren, no written language and recorded their Lucinda Caudill's baby, Bcckom, has soon have his new dwelling house rigs have been shut down on account tin, Mrs. Thos. Barrett. Mrs. Tnylor. thoughts only liy means of symbols. something similar to diphtheria, neck ready to move into. A. J. Casteel of cold weather and water. Well No. Citron preserves: Mrs. J. R. Mc Financial Committee Premium Cliff Palace, the largest dwelling a Mrs. Malinda Evans has sold his farm at this place to 22 on the Dr. Hoskin's base at Pleas- Queen, first nnd second. badly swollen. Mr. Martin, $1.00; C. C. Iogston, community house had over 200 dwellHunley of Moores Creek and has had eight teeth removed, causing n Tom ing rooms, In addition to many sacred ant Flat, three miles' north of here, Canned beans: Mrs. Taylor, Mrs. 50 cents. hemorrhage of the gums. The great moved to the place which he recently came in last week, a fifty-barrwell. Strong. The following is n list of visiting rooms called klvai. Sun Temple, a purchased from L. F. Edwards. Tom los3 of bbol confined her to her bed Pickle beans: Mrs. Taylor, Mrs. school present, and we appreciated mysterious ruin, shnped like a letter Jack Baker is moving here from for several days, but now she is able Hunley has moved to the farm pur-t- Torrent. He is superintendent of the T. J. Lake. their presence. We wnnt to invite I), Is over 120 fret long fnd 01 feet wide. do house work. Owing to the bad chased from A. J. Casteel. Mrs. Cumbcrand Torpedo Company. Shucky beans: Mrs. Taylor. Mrs. them bacK some time: B. N As the imputation of this community .vMthpr. sthfol fit tendance has fallen Sallie York, who has been sick, is Lutes and J. B. Williams arc here Strong. Big Hill IncrenBed the floor of the caves wis percent this week some better. Mrs. Hudson's daugh- from Bozeman, Mont., visiting their below ninety-fiv- e Pumpkin butter: Mrs. Thos. McGap Narrow covered with rooms, nnd Anally thry for the first time this school year. ter is visiting her parents for a few manv friends and relatives. The Queen, Mrs. Tnylor. emerged from the caves altogether and Silver Creek Pupils of this district, "Old Union days. Taylor, Dried Mrs. pumpkin: weather was eleven degTecs below hullrieri puehlns on top of the mesas Kingston "school School," have donated their In the open country. 7cro when they left. The Convention first and second. Wallaceton Carico candy treat," promised them by their A visit to thexe ruins is much like Pumpkin preserves: Mrs. Thos. of District Four Christian Endeavor Whites Station teacher, to the buying of a large rolng hack Into another world. Carico, Nov. 22. We have had a met her last Saturday. Nine coun- McQueen, Mrs. Taylor. Union Station (High School) school bell. The teacher suggested Ifijge snow for the season this week. ties compose the district, and it was Canned grapes: Mrs. Taylor, Mrs. Largest visiting school present People are not done gathering corn. well represented by delegates from Strong. the proposition to them. SCOUTS RUN A BIG CITY. based on enrolment. S. R. Roberts is very poorly. Sam alt the counties. Enloe Mnupln and Grnpc jellyr Mrs. Taylor, Mrs. Big Hill, 100 percent: $5.00 worth High Knob The I.iiik nli-r- , Pa., hoy scouts rit. Roberts sold a nice ewe to James Miss Ada Mosley were married here Thos. Bdrrett. of books. played their fllk'lincy mid executive High K,nob, Nov. 15. Our first Hunley for $10. Fine apples are sell- Saturday, both from Fillmore, this Grape preserves: Mrs. Taylor, Tug of war: First, Big Hill; ability In' the nriinlniktrutlou' of tin; snow fell last night. We arc glad ing at $1 per bushel. Mrs. Orbin county. Albert and Herbert Lucas of Mrs. Jas. Barrett. Kingston. city got eminent when they occupied Miss Isaacs is able to continue her Smith is on the sick list. Born to Primrose were in town first of Grape juice: Mrs. Martin, Mrs. School contest (Marching, singing, for one day the nrlous municipal ofw:hool which has been vacant several Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Lear, a fine on business. The attendance officer Strong. nnd yelling: First, Kingston 12 fices of the city. Initiative weeks. Farmers are all very busy girl, recently. Our school lacks six for the rural schools in this county Canned tomatoes: Mrs. Tnylor, song books; second, Big Hill, 6 song and management were shown in the to is Rev. Z. Ball, and by his efforts Mrs. Strong. gathering corn and stripping tobac weeks being out. We are sorry regulation of street tnifllc liy the "trufbooks. co. Eldean Davidson of Peoples was give up our good teacher, Ed Herald. the attendance has been near doubled Tomato preserves: Mrs. Gadd, Sack race: First and second, fle cops." "Major" Chnrlea M. Snlier in this vicinity last week buying tur Brother Tom Clark and Green Car- and no ono as yet has been fined for Mrs. Thos. McQueen. engaged, during his brief was Whites Station. adiululatrntlon, In the enforcement of keys. Eliza and Herman Carpenter penter failed to fulfill their regular not sending to school. Tomato pickles: Mrs. J. R. Mc dash: First, Scaffold the rlty laws and found plenty of attended church at Pleasant Grove appointment at Old Bend. R. O. CorQueen, Mrs. Gadd. Cane; second, Big Hill. , work around the rlty hall. "Chief of Sunday. Roy Young visited his cous- nelius was through hero visiting the GARRARD COUNTY Tomato sauce: Mrs. Jas. Barrett. Greased pole: First, Narrow Gap, Police" Tlojri C. Illnden directed the schools and reports fine Increase in in, Bob Bowling, Saturday night. Mrs. Gadd. White Lick $1.00. tralllc cops nnd took general charge of Thomas Hundley has sold his farm attendance. Canned beets: Mrs. Thos. BarWhite Lick, Nov. 22. Mr. and Mm. Walnuts: First, Scaffold Cane, the station, while "Fire Chief" John It. on Moores Creek and moved to his Arthur Matlock. Jonathan and Pat- rett, Mrs. J. R. McQueen. $1.50; second, Whites Station. $1.00; Siwra was luiwy keeping a vigilant eye property purchased from A. J. CasROCKCASTLE COUNTY on the city. Mrs. third, Scaffold Cane, 50c. Sweet potatoes, canned: rick Creech and Miss Florence Creech teel at Bond. Misses Sara and Fairy Goochland Thos. Barrett, Mrs. J. R. McQueen. were in Bcrea shopping Saturday, We want to extend our appreciaHoward visited friends on Moores Goochland, Nov. 22. The people Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hounshell visited tion to The Citizen for the cooperaCreek Saturday night and Sunday. in this vicinity iarc gathering corn Mr. and Mrs. Si Foley at Hackley, Enemy Rats. tion in this fair. Always willing to Miss Samantha Steele is very sick and killing hogs. Corn is plentiful Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. and The FarmerV Worst help on the publication of thp great The Farmer's Best Friend- with typhoid and pneumonia. W. R. and not much sale for it. The Gooch- ,Mrs. Jack Roberts and children visited " reports we hnve made. Reynolds visited the Lewis school a land store has a fine line of men's Mr. and Mrs. Jim Roberts, Sunday These nre the words of James BaxOur many visitors, we extend a ml mil tlml' few days ago and gave a very in- nnd boys' and women's clothing and Hie ter. since Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Morgan have ov N. fJ.: "Ever ........ I tried t RAT- - welcome hand to you at any time to rrllnlil nxlrut iU,tri;rr. Come ilt 1. i, In in teresting talk on agriculture. We hats dirt cheap.-r- A. l'kr- - no iiiIiImk ullli older lno.1. P. Gabbard has n new baby boy. Arthur Matlock, houso Nevcr Ml!l U8(, about $3 come ngain. Vim r nancy luirk If II fit III. hope Mr. Reynolds will come again just arrived homo from a drumming P I'atricK reech and Misses fciizanem worth of l S.tc The community should be first In a year and fif lfe mkr) rnmiKh fur soon. If you want a good newspaper, trip. He also traded Pmilrj, Kltrliru or Ollnr. mules with and Florence Creech motored to Nina lire it saves mn 300 in chicks, eggs getting praises and honors for the fl.tr lir (J rnknl for lilrkrn subscribe for The Citizen. is convenient, Frank Cool and sold him a wagon. Sunday nnd spent the day with Mr. and feed. up or iiihII IiiiII.IImki. lion., cake, no mixing with faithful work they did. Sometime iust break W. M. Isaacs is planning on running and Mrs. Andy Matlock. tl.t.1 .lie (a enkrs) rnoudi tor nil Robt. Creech other food." Three sizes, 35c, 55c. in near future will find the finannnd iu.iiMlillnrS, 'riii tiirMUf. Clover Bottom for sheriff of Jackson county, and 'c ft Saturday for Evarts, where he $1.25, Sold nnd rtirranteed by cial report of what we have done nt uII.IIiik. or fm lor) l.ullillnc. Clover Bottom, Nov. 22. The snow, your correspondent believes the peo- - will stay until Christmas. Miss Vir-Porter-Moor- e Solil Hud iimrnlilrrd Uy Drug Co. Scaffold Cane for last two years. Portcr-Moor- e Hensley & Cornell has all gone and we are now having ' pie of Jackson county would do well gie Matlock Is visiting her grand- Drug Co. A. B. Strong. Teacher Hensley & Cornell No East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else rcrmpondrnr published unlf n ctMrnr Potts' GOLD DUST Flour it made of.bcst wheat and by Major Major, Nov. 19. ilirnnl In full hj lh writer. Th nm of fond faith. Writs pUlnlr. ! d snow fell last Sunday night Most people hnve their corn In, but most of the fodder Is out. Steve Campbell has moved from White Oak to Betty Bowman. Mrs. Mag Scale, and daughter, Cora, who has been visiting in Beren returned to her home last Saturday. Miss Ruby Hnlcomb nttended church nt River View Sunday. John Roberts started, Friday morning, for Colorado, where ho will visit his brothers. He will bring his brother, Arch, who Is sick, back with him. Willie Roberts at tended the school teachers' meeting Friday at Booncvllle. Mrs. Bell Smith was the guest of Mrs. Fannie Harts Settlement Harts Settlement, Nov. 23. Coylo nnd Emma BEST BY TEST J u I t. o sec-en- d, vrk htr-dl- -- 50-ya- Rat-Snap- K ILLS roi. RATS IIAT-NN.- V. t RAT-SNA- RAT-SNA- P Your Opportunity COLLEGIATE The crown of the whole Institution, which standard courses in all advanced subjects. Courses leading to Classical, Scientific, Philosophical and Literary Degrees. pro-vid- Cost Exceedingly Low WITHIN THE REACH OF THE POOR Any ambitious boy or girl in tho mountains can go through Bcrei College, or any of tho Allied Departments, for $150 a year. Af each student is required to do some work, tho above amount is reduced by the amount of work performed. A student of energy and reliability can greatly reduce tho cash payment by work, but no student may expect to work out his entiro expenses. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE nnd may be in cash or labor credits or both. EXPENSES FOR THE FALL TERM Incidental fco for tho term Room upkeep for the term Board, 7 weeks Amount duo first of term Board, C weeks, duo middle of term Total for term NORMAL The school which trains both rural and city teachers, with special attention given to rural teaching. Equal standing with State Normals, and graduates are given state certificates, and courses. Six-yecourse beyond the common branches for B.Ped. ar ACADEMY Tho Preparatory course, four years, is the straight road to College. Tho English course of two years is designed for those who do not expect to teach nor go through College. It gives the best general education for those who cannot go further in school. "" $0 00 10.25 "o'oo Professional coursea combined with literary subjects. For young men: Agriculture, Carpentry, Bricklaying, Printing, Blacksmithing, Painting nnd Commerce. For young women: Home Science, Sewing, Nursing, Bookkeeping and Stenography. FOUNDATION SCHOOL General education in the common branches for students of good mental ability, above 15 years of age, who have been deprived of tho advances of early education. MUSIC Cabinet Organ, Piano, Singing, Theory, Band and Orchestra. A fine opportunity to become a good musician at a very low cost. VOCATIONAL .'M 17.50 $31.30 $15.00 $10.30 .$33.05 $10.50 .$19.55 Ladies Hall and Main Dining Room 1 For Vocational and Foundation students, subtract $1.00 from th above incidental fee. For College students, add $1 00 Fverr student must send $4.00 deposit in advance, otherwise, om will not bo reserved Commerce. Stenography, Typewriting an Penmanship aro from 60c. to $1.00 a week extra. Musle ,s 0,80 from 50c. to $1.00 a week extra. COST or LIVING, nv good business m.innEremnnf nnrf efiwlln.l nunnnm.i . .... ... I. II, n i - nt.f A n lt. -moi n I living in XJCrca i10 1(10 iIOWGSI DO3S1DI0 llgUTO. Tlin l,mts uiu uunufcu la uuiu iu icuuiu tiiu Ana vi it.. aro working hard against us and tho constant7 hatl In with th euii.u ,. h(L.ii eoi nr nil n,nm,in.. i . nn HUB WWII. iUIUUIl g iri'U, KlClUOniai (CO 10. ffl nnd 87 t.i it,,,. mi. n uj a ...i uu muo uuni'gu '"k luuiuiuimiw a term , according lo the course taken, room and bnnr.f for nhmn ior. . ,i i . . . as gymnasium u. ..i.,v,i uiiu h,iiii n. .,...-i,- .. a .i uuiti Tuiiiuuiu "uuiuuin iu iniun Biuuum . scuuui iiie, sucn T : .. v" " hospital and lectures are free. All students from the mountains "nhnvn nftnnn ui" nt .' oimou", - .i,.,iin. i,nhii. t nni t,rW'" ""a 8 W,10,e- hearted welcome to Berca, but they must make reservations in advance. "" ujis ut"i; i. .i. Write for a Catalogued book ol Chief Regulations, to the College Secretary, MARSHALL'E. VAUGHN, Berea, Kentucky. November 25, 1020 THE CITIZEN rage Three $110 I . IN PRIZES To Be Given Away During The Christmas Holiday Season Just Look at This FIRST PRIZE $60 McDougal Kitchen Cabinet SECOND PRIZE $30 Ideal Fireless Cooker We Have Not Forgotten The Children Beautiful $10 Prize To Girls Beautiful $10 Prize to Boys The Contest is Open to Every Woman and Child in This Section of the County The Contest Starts Thursday, Nov. 25, Closes Friday, Dec. 24, at 3 p. m, NATURE OF THE CONTEST The Contest will be open to every woman and child in this section of the county. Everyone has an equal chance to win the prizes. It costs you nothing to enter the contest. The idea in putting on this contest is to create business for the Christinas trade. Each contestant will receive credit for the amount of business they send to our store from November 25th to December 24th. A WORD TO WORKERS WHO ENTER CONTEST THE CHILDREN'S CONTEST HERE'S A TIP HOW TO BE A WINNER To be a successful winner in this contest it will reThe same rules will apply in the child's contest. quire an effort on your part. It's just like politics, The one sending the greatest amount of business will you've got to mingle with the people and solicit their be given first prize, well worth their efforts in the convotes. The more you work among your friends and test, and will be announced later. Contest open to neighbors the better the chance you will have in winboth boys and girls. ning the prize. Don't enter the contest unless you exHere's a Partial List from which you can show your friends we are making Special Prices WurliUer and Hush and Cert's Pianos and Players Organs Victrolas and Edison Phonographs (two or the best) Victor and Edison Records Q. It. S. Holis Hoover Vacuum Cleaners McDougal Kitchen Cabinets . Eden Washing Machines Majestic and FifVorfte Cook Stores Globe-Wernic- First, come to our store at your earliest convenience and register your name as a contestant. Second, go into the contest with a determination of winning the best prize. Third, make a thorough canvass among your frieads and ask them to make their purchases at Muncy Brothers' store, and give the salesman from whom they buy their articles the ticket with your name to be deposited in the ballot box, marking the amount of'sale on the ticket. Each contestant will be furnished with these tickets at the time they enter their name in the contest. To the one sending the, largest amount of business will be given the first prize. To the one sending the next largest amount of business will be given the second prize. Kennelworth Gift Shop, which in- . .. . -.j i" to wife, sister, sweetheart. Here's Where We Help You and Your Friends Electroleers Boudoir Lamps From the beginning of the contest until the close we Aluminum Ware will have SPECIAL PRICES on most everything in GIFTS FOR THE CHILDREN out store. We will be among the first to reduce our Doll Buggies Doll Beds Dolls Cook Stores pect to work. Ma'ke a house to house canvass, ask them to help you win a prize, and assure them that they can buy goods cheaper at Muncy Brothers' store than any other place in this section. Dook Cases, Parlor Suites Dining Room Suites Hed Room Suites Cedar Chests Library Tables Magazine Racks Costumers Pedestals Flower Boxes Pianu Lamps White's Sewing Machines , Kitchen Cabinets Tea Tables and Chair Sets Kiddy Kars Bicycles Wagons Electric Trains Fllrvers Desk Sets Chairs and Rockers DO YOUR SHOPPING EARLY Santa Claus Bring the little ones along and let That will be the slogan again this year. Come in and make your selections and we will be glad to set them aside for you. them see these Gifts. prices as the market declines. You can save money on every purchase made. If you find that some of your friends will not have the ready cash to buy during the time of the contest, we urge that you bring them to the store, and we will make arrangements to let them have what they want, and will extend them such terms aa to allow them to pay for it later, and you will get the credit for the sale just the same. Remember, if we haven't got the article in Berea you want we can furnish it from Richmond Muncy Brothers Berea, Kentucky Furniture, Undertaking Richmond, Kentucky Page Four THE CITIZEN PUBLIC SCHOOL NOTES E. P. Dlxncy, Principal The school children thoroughly en Joyed the movie, "Little Women." all Tho Scale Theatre last Monday nftcr-nooThanks to tho the Progress Club and The Senio Theatre. Mr. Rogers has resigned his nlnce ns Janitor nt the public school nnd Walter Vinrs has been employed to take tho place. Mrs. Ellen Mitchell was on the sick list last week, bdt is back on the n. November 2fl, 1020 LOCAL PAGE NKWS OK BKREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED VARIETY OF SOURCES FROM A Estill Jones' baby wns quite 111 A pic supper will bo Riven nt the schoolhousc Saturday, Do- - Sunday night, but is better again. IJluo Lick William Burdctto, of near Jit. Ver comber 4th, nt 7:00 o'clock. Every-- 1 body is invited. Come and enjoy the non, was in Berea a short time jg ocension with your friends. Adver Council Bluffs, town. Thnv men . J. Russell supplied Inst week in wore under arrest In connection with tisement. Louio Lester, now of Hnrlan, wns the nbsence of Mrs. Mitchell. tin robbery of the Hiirllligtnu fast The Training School will Rive a in Uerca, Tuesday, visiting friends. The nnnunl Thnnksgivlng progrnm nitill train from Omaha to Chicago. Pilgrim piny in the Chapel at 7:30 Fayette Vaughn is nursing n brok- will bo given Wednesday nt 1:30 Two nf them are mull clerks and wcro p. m. on Saturdny, November 27, en wrist, cnused by n horse kicking m. In rt'Mirtcd ty pnllee to have staled they the school auditorium. 12 yenrs of Admission for thoso over knew who robbed lb" his nnn. Report just renches us that diph thought tincur. Police refiiM' to mum' the man nge, 15 cents; 10 cents for children. Homer Cnmiily.ll, o Indinnn, is therm is in the homo of Jns. they tUHpect. The oilier man arrested Tho proceeds will bo used to purhere to spend Thanksgiving with his Lyttle. We know of no other chll Is said by nllleers to have confessed, chase n vlctroln for tho Training sister, Mrs. C. II. Burdctte, and fam- dren who hnve been exposed. but they 'refuv to xthle who bo Is or alleged School. Advertisement. Scvcrnl of tho children nnd some any of Die particulars of his ily. confession. Prof. J. P. Smith gave nn excelMrs. D. W. Jackson is visiting her of the teachers nrc suffering from lent nddress on "The Divine Authorcolds and tonsilitis. Oinabn, .NVIi. Efforts were being Sunday morning nt son at St. Paul. ity of Jesus" last The following officers were elected made to rccoer between $l,(MX,000 Sunday-schoo- l. We Mr. nnd Mrs. J. H. Jackson and tho Collcgo stolen by train linndlti and $l,'JOO.0 last week for tho second term asked him to write it out so that wo grandson, Joe Burnam, will spend school for the seventh nnd eighth when they broke Into a mull cur on Ho has done so, Thanksgiving with their daughter, might publish it. grndc litcrnry society: Audrey Hen the t'lilengo, Burl In (.'ton ami Qulney and it will nppcnr in next week's Mrs. W. II. Duncnn, nt Latonia, Ky. sley, president; Eunice Hcnsloy, vice Itnllroad. between here nnd t'ouucll issue. Justice Jnckson hns returned from president; Willlnm Hnyes, secretary Bluffs. Scores of secret service men, poMotllce Inspector and detiills of poMiss English has changed her of- Detroit. Mary Gaines, treasurer; Mnrgaret lice worked throughout tbe day searchfice hours. She may be seen in her Miss Grace Baker, of Los Angles. Johnson, pianist; Evn Simpson, chor ing for the robbers and their loot. office hereafter at the following California, who has been making an istcr; Mnurice Canfiold, sergeant-a- t !o eminent otncltils refused to buz hours: extended visit with relatives nnd arms. nrd a uncos hs to tbe amount stolen Mondays 10:00-12:0- 0 friends of Berea nnd Wnllaccton, has Miss Minnio Pigg will spend week by the bandits. Itnllroad olltebils 0 Wednesdays returned home. end with home folks at London, Ky, wild It mijrlit not exceed S'JO.tlOO. tint 0 police olll Saturdays Miss Bcuiah Young will spend Oiimlm and Council Muffs mude-nattempt to minimize the Mr. J. A. BurRess was quite sick Thanksgiving with home folks at elnls UNION CHURCH A part of the loot wns a robbery. for several days, but is able to be Dr. Hutchins will speak in Union Richmond. Treasury shipment of gold from the about again. United State Treasury In WashingOn Tuesday a largo force of men Church at 11:00 a. m. next Sunday ton, It wns reported. In nddlton to MADISON COUNTY were set to work on tho huge cis- upon "The Second Capital of Christbe gold, there was n vast quantity of Blue Lick tern that is being constructed in front tianity." currency, bonds anil registered liiall. Blue Lick, Nov. 22. Notwithstnnd of the Heating Plant. Two concrete "There Is no use to deny that It was ing the fact that wo are far away the biggest train robbery In 'St years mixers were kept going from early CHRISTIAN CHURCH morning until late at night. So late The Christian Endeavor meet3 from the maddening crowd, yet there If not in the whole history of the coundid they continue that electric lights every Sunday night and great in- are some things agitating the minds try,' "ld Captain Charles Sbafer, of were needed to finish. This great terest is being tnken in the meeting. of the people of this section that in tbe Council ltlulfs police. of Police of M. Kbersteln, Chief tank will hold n reserve supply of The pastor will preach next Sun- dicntc a determination to get together and organize in a community meet Omaha, clmrced the robbery was com water and will greatly reduce the day morning at the usual hour. mitted by persons familiar with the ing, which, correctly defined, is danger in case of fire when water shipping gold. sympathetic barometer by which in Government's method of with tbe de system may not be at its best. "SomelxMly connected PROGRESS CLUB dividuals can work ror definite ideas A number of loads of fine stono Inside, was Progress Club has been holding and purposes to create an under partmeiit, somebody on tbe had has been put on Center street, which He beard In the plot." he said. regular meetings and the program standing whereby spite, suspicion and uiiolllclallv. the shipment exceeded is greatly improving the surface of carried out as printed. Club met ignorance enn be supplanted by co $1,(HK),(KNI. Government olllclals work the street. Dean Edwards has gone to Florida October 28 at the home of Mrs. A. P. operation, enthusiasm nnd good will lug on the case would make no state for recuperation. The Dean had his Smith, with Mrs. George Dick and Mnny too often lie down on their jobs ment. They said tho amount of loot might not be known for :W tonsils removed and is also suffering Mrs. Smith as hostesses. November We forget that, as individuals, we, obtained tlnjs. The car was made up In San 4 at the home of Mrs. J. W. Steyou and I. constitute the government, from the strain 'of overwork. He and consisted of a ship had taken no vacation in two or three phens nnd November 18 at the home It was not handed down by our fore ment of money, stocks and bonds from of Mrs. Phamey Davis. This meet- fathers in perfect bundles labeled fo many years. different California towns and Miss Ivanore V. Barnes, registrar, ing was in preparation of the An- application at any time. All citizens cities. It was addresM'd to banks In 10. Next must strive to achieve ends that will numerous cities on the Atlantic sea wns called to Marshall, Texas, by nual Bazaar, December the very serious illness of her aunt, meeting of the Club will be held at "promote the happiness and prosper- board. It was understood there was u with whom she has lived since sho the home of Mrs. George Dick, De- ity" of the community in which they heavy shipment for Chicago nnd an cember 2, instead of with Mrs. El- live. This is the true spirit of de other for New York, In addition lo a was a child. great gold sbipim'iit from the San Mrs. DeWitt Wblfe is spending mer Moore as the roads to her home mocracy. It is therefore the province arc in bad condition for travel just of both men and women to dcvelon Francisco Mint to the Treasury Dv this week in Bcrea with her mother, In Washington. now. and intensify this spirit. Frank partmeiit Mrs. Newcomer. Campbell has rented his farm to Am El Hayes, a College graduate of COMMISSIONERS' SALE last year, and who is at State Uni- SATISFYING ENTERTAINMENT broso McIIone, who has been a ten John Collins' Heirs. Plaintiff ant on the college land several years, versity this year, is a welcome visivs. The College Chapel wa3 well filled Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Malnous, of tor on the campus this week. last Wednesday night when Miss Vir Berea, spent Sunday nt the home of John Collins Heirs. Defendants Carl Clark is visiting home folks Pursuant to judgment nnd order of ginia Slado appeared as our guest T. J. Flnnnery. Mrs. Annie Jett, of in Berea. and entertainer, together with Mrs. Elizabcthton, Tenn., wno has been snle entered in the above styled ac N. S. Gay, of Bowling Station, Miss Jameson and Miss visiting in this section is at present tion, by the Madison Circuit Court, sold his farm and purchased Berea Hutchins, Baker. the guest of Mrs. Nannie Jett of at its October Term, 1920, the underHotel, and has taken charge of same. Miss Slade proved herself a most Kirksvillc. Mrs. Bertha Baker of signed Commissioner will expose ti Hugh Parks, who was recently shot public snle to the highest and best in the back with a shot gun, is still genial and realistic impersonator, her Cincinnati Is visiting her parents, Mr, bidder on the premises in Berea, Ky., winning personality finding its way and Mrs. John Johnson. Mr. and in the Robinson Hospital in a critical into the hearts of the people from Mrs. Jas. Neely motored over from on Saturday, December 11th, 1920, condition. Saturday last, visiting at 2:00 o'clock p. m., the following Bobtown tho beginning. described property: Four beautiful instrumental selec- friends on Blue Lick. X certain tract or parcel of land tions were rendered by the above Culm, also, elected a new president trio: violin, piano and cello. Many on November 2. Tlio successful man with improvements thereon, located remarked that our home talent along uns Dr. Alfredo Znyns. who defeated in Berea, Ky., beginning at a stake at tho southeast corner to lot owned musical lines is superior to much by Mary White, thence nn easterly which comes to us from outside. direction with said White and Sallle The entertainment was given unDavis line to Eliza Yocum lot, hence der tho auspices of the Woman's southerly direct'on with her line Christian Association of the Union one hundred feet to n stnkc, th"n"o Church, and the proceeds will be dewesterly direction with Pauline voted to the New Fee Memorial At my home on Forest Street I Shockley's lot to the east side of RailBuilding. will offer to the highest and best road street, thence with Railroad bidder on street ono hundred feet to the begin SARGEANT McCULLOM RETURNS FRENCH COYLE French nnd Emmn Coylo were married nt the homo of Rev. Howard Hudson on Jnckson street on November 20. Mr. French is In tho plumbing department of Berea, College, nnd Mrs. French is n (laughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. T. J. Coylc, of Harts Settlement. Sho hns tnko nn active pnrt in tho community work nt thnt jjlncc. Wo wish for them success in nil years to come. Conrad DON'T WASTE YOUR MONEY Why gratify the passing desires of today nt the expense of your pence of mind of tomorrow? Stop being stnrt n systematic saving plan save n part of your Income, no mntter how little It soon grows big. Ono dollar will open nn nccount hero Is compounded nnd Interest nt 4' Stnrt today nnd you'll be surprised how quickly it nmounti up. lastly - Open n Term Savings Account of $1 hero nnd wo give you ono of these Liberty Bell Bnnks for your homo savings. Ask for one. nirr LIBERTY ONE OF OUR IIKLL BANKS Berea National Bank JOHN L. GAY, Cashier JOHN W. WELCH, President 7:30-12:0- 7:30-12:0- 0, Yes! 0, Yes! We Have Plenty of ever) thing you need at such low prices .75 Binders Twine, per ball 11 Btit Granulated Sugar, per lb. .15 Best Chuck Salmon, per can 75 25 lb. Bag Meal Dolly Varden Flour, per bag 1.60 Reedy Cake Flour lo make cakes needs no eggs, no sugar, nothing lo do but add a little water. 500 gallons finest Country Sorghum in gallon buckets. Meat Market: Steak, Pork, Fresh Fish, Oysters, Lettuce, Celery, and old country Bacon and Hams Best Shorts and Middlings, per 100 lb. 3.25 Ship Stuff 2.75 .. Big Size Lenox Soap, per cake 05 Soap, 7c cake, 10 bars, 65 P. & G. Soap, per bar 09 Clover and Timothy Hay by the bale, Ion, or car lot. Let ns figure with you. te Fels-Napt- ... Come to Hensley & Cornell's where you can get what you want. Hensley & Cornett Succettort to S. E. Welch Department Store Berea Kentucky Thanksgiving We are pleased to thank you for patronage given us and assure you that we appreciate same and expect to give you the best values attainable at all times. We are glad when you are pleased. You are cordially invited to visit our store Public Sale November 29, 1920 Main Street R. R. HARRIS 'But if b ."r. How do your trousers hang? to jxjrt or starboard and well, they'll never help you get a raise in salary. A belt has a lot to do with the "set" of your trousers it's a reason why you'll want one of the new Braxtons we have in. we know, but let a pair of trousers sag at the waist, or twist too much It's a leading question, McCulIom, of the Mnchino Gun Company, 30th Infantry, 3rd Division, has returned to Berea, after seven years in the service of THE M. Sargeant J. The Braxton's a belt that's made to fit trousers hang from it as your tailor intended they should. Style, quality, comfort, beven leathers and many buckles to select from thank us for telling you about these Braxtons. J.M.COYLE&CO. Berea, Ky. come in, and you'll the United States army. During his first enlistment Sar geant McCulIom served in the 15th Infantry, which did guard duty in the Islands of Honolula, Guam and Philippines. Then was called to Japan and China with tho Expeditionary Forces. After serving some months in these countries, he wns transferred to the United States. Upon his ar rival Sargeant McCulIom wns dis- chnrged, at which time he in the 30th Infantry and wns sent to Camp Greene, where he remained Also samo time and place will offer till tho 3rd Division, to which tho 30th for rent my property. Infantry wns nttached, was ordered to Franco, and Sargeant McCulIom, P. B. LEWIS as one of Uncle Sam's patriots, re sponded to tho call and served his Kentucky country in tho following battles, Berea Hellenu Woods, Marne, (Defensive nnd offensive) St. Mihiel, Arogonne- Meuso nnd was In tho Army of Oc cupation from tho signing of the Ar KILLS RATS mistice till his detachment was or ,Wi inUe. Ali.oliitrl) rrnt dered to the United States and was ixlori friiiu !irna. Dim imikuica l' tliU. prill rumn In stationed nt Camp Pike, Ark., at riikim uilnlni; with ullmr tutxl. (iuiirMiittteil. which place he was discharged on No3At hIik (I ink) rniiiiifli tut I'alllrjr, vember 11, 1920. KllrliKii, nr Ollur. Sargeant McCulIom is-- son of Mr. ! ( IISo ilili-.-) fur Clllrkrll llllll.f, rimpa, up alllull bulldlugi, nnd has nnd Mrs. Wilso McCulIom aim (A nkf.) iioukIi fur nil returned for a stay nnd rest with fitriiiHiiil uut liullillniis "loriig liullil. Inc,nr fitHnry liullilliij,-- . them. His many friends in Bero:i Sulit mill (luariiiitotMl lijr nnd vicinity extwid a most cordial Porter-Moor- e Drug Co. . welcome to him. Hensley & Cornett g ning. Terms: Said property will be sold on a credit of six months, the pur At 10:00 o'clock A. M. chaser being required to execute sale FOLLOWING PROPERTY: bond pnynble to tho Commissioner with npproved security nnd bearing 1 "Kohler & Campbell" Piano six percent intcres from day of sale Book Case until paid, with a lien retained on 1 Davenport the property to secure tho pnyment 1 Center Table of said bond nnd interest. 1 Dresser R. B. Terrill, 3 Folding Beds Mnster Commissioner Madison Circuit 1 Iron Cot Court. 1 Washstand 1 Kitchen Cabinet Some very good chairs 2 Metal Incubators Classified Advertisements Hnyes' Meat LOST $20.00 in Market, or near there. Reward will be given to finder. Sirs. Chns. Nor- - John Dcnn is nlways nt The Rank, Catch Herndon on tho fly; vclle. And if they ennnot "fit you up," Nono others need to try. Second Hand Clothes for Sale. Prices right. Sovcrnl good Indies' coats, also men's clothing. Mrs. R. Come to Dean & Herndon. 2w-2- 1 D. Doe, Short street, Derea. GUERNSEY BULL After November 1st, my registered Guernsey Dull will be found at my barn on west Chestnut street. Ask for pedigree. M. L. Spink, Bo rea, Ky. John P. Dean you ennnot find a place. And don't know where to go, Then Just see Dean & Herndon They have them by tho score. Millinery Sale at List Your Property FOR SALE with Mrs. Laura Jones' Store Cor. Chestnut and Parkway, Berea, Ky. R AT SNAP ItAT-MVA- a l.'-i.-t Now get to work, you croakers, And earn some bread nnd meat; 25 NOW $10 It matters not who's President, 10 $20 Eastern Pattern Hats Or when he takes his seat. $15 & $10 Hats, Less than Cost 5 100 Hats Formerly $7.50 to $5.00 Take "Kitty and tho children" And lead them by the hand Now $3.50 and $2.50 Out in tho open country Children's hats and tarns, And buy a pleco of land. Regardless of cost. Come at once to get first choice. I havo just received a fino line of Pattern hats, which will bo put on sale, with my whole big stock of mil linery at cost prico. Desiring to clean up my wholo stock of hats in thirty days, beginning Friday, 19th, will mnko a great sacrifice on prices, selling at cost and below cost. Rcnutiful scnllno furs and gold broendo small hats worth j. w. Hemdo Ky. Scruggs, Welch & Gay KtAL ESTATE AGENTS Berea, Kentucky DEAN & HERNDON Dealers in Real Estate, Herea, Tho election war is over, The smoke hns cleared away, Jim Cox has lost the battle, And Harding's won the day. F. L. MOORE'S Jewelry Store FOR .... First Class Repairing AND $!J50-$2.3- 0 Fine Line of Jewelry MAIN ST. BEREA, KY I i i November 25, 1020 TIIK CITIZEN REAL REFORMS ARB SILENT Ity Dr. Page Five RELIGION vs. LUXURY Somo criticism hns been directed TUimUCULOSIS IV. Ily Dr. It. II. Cowley Can I live In tho same house with A family Newipaper (or all that U right my fnthor, who hns tuberculosis and true), and Interesting bo free from tho danger of Infection? rnbllahed T.itti Tharadar, t Dtrtt, Kf. This is n very vltnl question for R Inrgo number of people, nnd I will co. (Incorporated) try to nnswer It. MARSHALL C VAUGHN, editor Tho nnswer to this question is, J. 0. UNMAN, Anxltft EJ.t.r m M,a(tf "yes," provided great precautions nro SUBSCRIPTION RATES used. We must remember that the I TAYAIILK IN ADVANCE germ is in the sputum and on the Year On tl.K lips of tho patient. Tho following , Bit Mentha . Three Mentha .to rules must be observed: The Citizen at Frank Crane 'berea publishing B. Renl reforms aro silent, Not that thcro Is not plenty of noise, but It is on tho surface, nnd often tho up- roar Is greatest when progress is Bend money by of Kipreae Money Order, Draft, Itedatered letter, or on ami two rent atama, Th date after your nam on label ahowa to what ilat your aubaerlptlon la paid. If It la rot chanted within "three weeke attar renewal, notify tie. Mlaelnc nnmbera will b gladly eupplled If wc are notified. Liberal trrma alren to anr who obtain nw eubaerlptlona for ua. Anon arndlnc na four yearly eubaerlptlona tan rrcaU Th Cltlten free for on yar. Adtertlalng relee on application. food. flies A sanitary privy, such as is recAnd she mnrvcls nt his song. ommended by our Stntc Hoard of They fly full high nnd they fly full Henlth, will reduce tho danger conlow siderably. At the tail of the golden hours, Some pntients nre very sensitive Anil they fly where tho perfumed about these mntters nnd will not he breezes blow instructed nbout proper enre of themIn the land of the sun and flowers. selves nnd their excretions. Tills is ispeclnlly true of older people who The rnin comes not nnd the wind have settled habit which nre hard tc are still, change. While care must be exerAnd the world Is fair to see cised to avoid ofltnding the pnliont. to the And tho young d wc must remember that his carelesssays, ness will almost surely mean the suf green tree." "Let us nest in this fering and death of some innocent Alson Hakcr member of the family, and if he will not be careful, he must be severely den t with. IJettcr let him be of- IN NOVEMBER fended than that nn Innocent person should contract the dread disease. When you sing your ode to months, upheavals, violence, strident cries, As they yearly come nnd go, OUR DEHT TO the fury of mobs. November Is tho one in which Rut underneath all this turmoil tho There are a few people in Rerea, The fun begins, you know, as well as elsewhere, who do not fully tido has been rising In a cosmic si lie not so pessimistic, recognlre, wo believe, the debt we owe lence. Nor call this month so drear, The hand of Destiny has pushed to tho men who fought our battles For surely several occasions in tho World War. Nor do they Humanity to Its higher levels, with Make it best o' the year. realize that this debt Is yet far from the same unhastlng Impulse with paid. Many of these men have sus - which it makes tho precession of tho Then comes election time, You can beat tho drum and toot; talned losses that money can never equinoxes, tho samo long patience which R carved tho landscapo repay, and the least we can do Is to And then the sporting season You can follow tho game ami shoot. make life as comfortable for them as y the glaciers or laid the beds of possible. It Is not enough to say.!eon' ,n the earth It's then wo kill the porker, Scientists tell us that tho shape of "Oh. the government Is doing more And live on rib and roast; for them than It ever did for any of mountains is caused more by glacial lluild n cheerful fire. Do an entertaining host. Its soldiers before." Those of us who ncton thnn b volcanic. So lho millcnlum. tho Golden Age did not fieht would not be doinir more Perchance there'll Int n snowfnll, llv- - nmI tho Finnl Consummation will bo than our part If wo divided our In which your sleigh enn run; n H"(nt, 8'0W and glacial somewhat. Ing with them. Then you tnko your Iwst girl Teutonic wars. French Revolutions, Their needs' aro far from being And give her lots o' fun. fully met. In fact, tho Red Cross Confederate Rebellions, Bolshevik And now I'll end my poem who aro still at work are risinKR nn'1 tho Violences of Labor. Ily having you remember a nervine n Iarccr number of men each ,ncso nrc tne fonn amI The great Thanksgiving feast month than they ever havo before. roar of surfaco waves, Comes always in November. Tho Real Progress is unvocal. It Our own secretary has given subThough the woods are dark and stantial assistnnco to two hundred Is quiet, unnoted, as the dawn is sidreary, soldiers. That docs not mean a lent, nml the silting in of deltas, nnd And the fields arc white with snon single call from ench one, but many tho growth of the oak. . . .. . r it- - , a, urowln 15 lno tKe? woru 10 lno un'-fIt's pleasing to remember times it has meant continued service That it Isn't nlways so. long periods. She is now serving vmo' not nntry. thirty-thrc-o Tis truo tho lenves nro fnding, each month. The flowers passing nway, The Red Cross, tho National or-- j KAKI.V HISTORY OF KENTUCKY Hut there's an after thought, ganlzation, feels that of all tho ob(The Resurrection Dny. '"''he Itoone-Wa- y Man" will Write ligations It has, nono aro greater J. W. Hoskins, Keren, Ky. ' r Lexington Leader thnn this one. Our soldier boys nro, with few exceptions, very slow to On hundny. November 28th, the complain and recite their needs. UxiKtnn Lcnnor wi b , h b. MICKIE SAYS Only those In close touch with the fc of S(!rVs of afMn situation know how Important it h vnriy hiilt ,kl,, of Kentllck ,thnt this service be continued b Co) Jim Mnn,t ,he ..noonMVnv I am suro it would bo illuminating Mnn T,, lift tow EDtfOOil 1m I " I .. ! ' ri'iuiu iuaiitiiL'i.'.s ui nrrvii'u ren- cover "The First Things in Kentuc- d she-birj Tho patient must spit nowhere except Into or onto something thnt enn be burned. The best nnd cheapest way is to have n lot of squares of newspaper eight Inches square nnd n paper bag. Tho spit Is tleposited In tho pnper square, folded nnd put In tho bng. Tho bng, when full, U burned. Special sputum cups nro mndo nml mnny of them nre very l'orln Advertising Representative Tlir.AMrillCANI'ltKSS ASSOCIATION good. The method Is not important so long ns tho sputum gets into the I'MfiHT 01' TIIK YOU mum fire. Thn patient must never spit nt tho flreplncc or stove, or, In fnct, nny d Snyii the young to the younl plnce but into the paper or cup pro vided for the purpose. When the j "Will you tnko n'lllk'ht with me?" patient coughs, he should put n hand-- ! Snys tho younir nhc-bito the young kerchief over his mouth to cntch the! spray which always comes out nt "Juat show me the way, nnd nee." such times. If anyone doubts tW. let him cough onto n clean looking Now tho younK hns spread glass nnd be convinced. his wings, All spoons, knives, forks, drinking And his flight Is full of pride glasses and other dishes used by the As ho hrnils nwny to tho South Land patient must be washed separate from fair, the others and should be scalded. With his true love by his side. Tho bed linen napkins and handkerchiefs of the pntlent should be And his heart is glad nnd his eye li boiled in the washing. Such a house bright. And his notes are brave nnd strong should lie carefully screened nnd the While hu sings to his true love as he files kept absolutely away from the slowest. There Is a steady growth toward betterment In all humnn affairs. This has been noted by nil who grasp tho wldo reaches of history. It Is nc- cknowledged by snno thinkers. Cumulatively, slnco the Stone Age, mnnklnd hns been going forward In tho mnrch of clvlllzntlon. Often tho going has been slow, sometimes thcro havo been apparent retreats, but every century finds somo ground covered. r 1 .he-bir- The broad marks aro apparent. Monogamy has made constant head- way. As an Institution It Is undent- outliving nil rivals. Tho belief Is surely winning that tho union of one mnn nnd ono womnn In mnrrlngo ts tho only normal way to provide for tho natural expression of sex In- stlnct, the due enro for offspring nnd conservation of Ideals. he-bir- d, ,,,, he-hi- rtl DunHInc Tina nmr. TMvntft wnr, nn,i that condition of perpetual fight- Ing which prevailed In feudal times nnd which bred the soldier class, hnvo been swallowed up by modern nation- nllsm. And tho last Great Wnr brought of about tho Iden of the world-panations, which In course of time will do for mankind as n whole what na- tlonalism has done for Great Rritian, France nnd the United States. Alchollsm Is passing In America CHAPLAINS' BADGE OF HONOR and will undoubtedly meet a similnr fnto In Europe, nlthough It will tnko Medal to Be Given by Protectant long for consideration of health, pubChurches Which United In lic welfnro nnd science to ovcrcoma War Work. custom nnd n sentiment Immcmorlnl-l- y A eomriiemorotlve medal Is to be debnuched. given by the Protectant churches Slnvery Is dead. , which united In wnr work through Tho gigantic crudities of witchgeneral commission of craft and judicial torture have gone. the churches to nil their chaplains of the PIngues nro disappearing. the Ainerelnn nrmy nnd navy who Tho superstitions, founded In Igno- served In the war. The chaplains' rance nnd functioning in fanaticism, medal Is the work of Mrs. taunt Oar-illwill hardly bo able over agnin to ure;e Frnser of New York, one of the men nnd governments to mndness, ns bet known of Amerlrnn medalists, and the wife of the designer of the in tho past. Democracy Is establishing itself, Victory button. Mrs. Kruser has cIiommi, In the denot on,y ns princ,plc of pollt,CS( sign for the chaplains' medal, to rep,mt g thJ principlc of !n(lustry. resent an army chaplain In the act of lhcg0 mcasurc8 of lmprovc. A supreme service ministering to a t hnve bce to the aecompanI. wounded man at the risk of his own mpnt of wnrs nnd rumon of life. In the center of the deslgnthe TVrt I" I ffflln rr i. ji.nnn-nrY- ct tho churches for their great money-makin- g drives of tho Inst year or two, Bet Equipment nnd Service at tawest Coat. Wards for Men snd (or Women. Private Room. Hath. Kleclrlc Service. but wo nro reminded by "Tho Conjrre gatlonnllst nnd Advnnco" thnt there Surgery, Care in Child-birth- , Eye, Nose and Ear has been n vnst cxpendituro In other GENERAL PRACTICE directions. Tho statistics complied Come in and visit an establishment, which Is n Irlend in nerd, by Miss Edith Strnuss, hend of tho and In reach of all the people. Women's Activities Division of tho Roiikrt II. Cowt.KY, M.t)., Physician Department of Justico In tho High Harlan Dudi.kt, M.t)., Phrslclan Cost of Living Campaign, show, wo M Ann arkt S. Grant, M. I)., Physician nvcrago anro told, thnt tho total Miss Maky I.ondackk, R.N., Superintendent Mtsi Nkllir Mu.i.kh, R N., Head Nurse pendituro of tho peoplo of the United States annually for luxuries Is $8,- CHANGE IN RATES 710,000,000. Taking this sum ns au- lleginnlng Mnrch t, the rates for hoard nnd room of private patients will he $15 to i8 per week. The rates for pntien's thcntlc, tho nvcrago family spends cared for In the wards will remain the same $1 per day. nbout $7 n week, or $348 n year, for Ily Order of Prudential Committee. Herea College luxuries. In moro detail: Is Included In the total "Thcro amount $2,110,000,000 spent by the malo population for tobacco. Of this D. H. Smith W. W. Rominger sum, $800,000,000 Is spent for clgnrets and an cqunl amount for loose tobne-nbl- y co nnd snuff nnd $510,000,000 for clgnrs. Automobiles nro put In this list ns luxuries with nn nnnunl totol cxpendituro of $2,000,000,000. Tho total nmount spent for candy is Funeral Directors $1,000,000,000; for chewing gum, $50,-th- o 000,000; for soft drinks, $.150,000,000; .7Kfl nnrfitmnl nml namnttfa We are now open for business with a nnnnnn- - fm-- ' r.,r ..inn nnn nnn- - fnr full line of burial supplies. Auto and violet soaps, $100,000,000, 'and for pianos, organs, nnd phonogrnphs, Horse Drawn Hearses. Embalming. $250,000,000. It seems that not all Calls Answered Day or Night. of these articles could strictly be classed ns luxuries, but mnn of them In The Concrete Block between fj. M. nre. Why not spend moro of our Coyle C& Co. and H. C. Pennington, on money for real religion, which Is Chestnut Street. never a luxury, but an absolute no- ccsslty?" Sun-I'arlo- Berea College Hospital Smith CBls Rominger fr Phone 130 Berea, Kentucky DO'S AND D0MTS AT THE P. Thoughtfulnest 0. wnr-tlin- e on Part of Patrons of Uncle Sam Will Assist Clerki and Carriers. ii destination. O.VT put off mailing that package until Christmas eve. Don't neglect to tie It properly. It Is handled at least five times before It reaches Its Don't forget to write your own return address on all parcel post matter. Don't guess nt the postage and give your friends the pleasure of paying "postage due." Don't plaster Red Cross stamps on the face of packages or letters; take care not to "seal" parcel post packages with them. It raises the rate. Don't forget that a little thoughtful-nes- s on your part can help to make Christmas happier for Uncle Sam's men, his horses and his automobiles. Do mall early, preferably before December 20th, writing on your packages: "Not to be opened until Christmas." Do your best to use the post offices In the forenoon, the earlier the better. Do write legibly, both the address to which you nre sending the gift and your own return address. Do be courteous and "Christmassy" to the post office men who serve you. They are handling thousands of pieces of mnll matter. You Do be brief at the counter. keep someone else wnltlng If you are loaded like an express truck, with packages and foolish questions. THE ASSOCIATE EDITOR SPEAKS (Continued from Pago Ono) home papers). Wc. believe that most of the editorials and articles should be on subjects included in the preceding paragraph, and only rarely on other subjects. We thank you for your patronage and good will toward us and The We shall be greatly inCitizen. debted to you for all the help you can give us in extending our work and increasing our circulation. J. O. Lehman WORLD NEWS (Continued on Page One) and scientific wprk, and for the greatest act of heroism during a period of time. The German emperor came close to getting tho prize before the recent war. The bestowal on President Wilson will be approved by all. R ATS tie. DIE lmt o tin mlrr, imc they rat II.IT-SNAAmi they twtr no ixlor IWlilml tttkwour unrl for It tr a imrkne. Cut nml flop won't touch It. lent mn 11 1 nil Tlir? food to get ItAT-SN- V 7 The Chaplains' Medal. :t.o mUd (I enk) enough for Pantry, Kltchrtt, or Cellar. - MkH) for Chlrkeri IIoiim, 6.r nil Ninnll liuililItiRft. coop, or ilie (ft rnke) enough for nil fliA fnrm and ouUhothMnjcs storiig huthl-lngor factory huiltlliifft. Sold anil Junmntd by Porter-Moor- e Drug Co. Henstev & Cornett "P? or ,,,, ',ur en. ,,,, ,, 1 1 V. V. T t " UJCVCS CVAOOOV. HkMC OVitVUtfH ' WZ ASKS WsORfc vm m pmct op ao y vnvtv- -i dered to individual soldiers ns the stories of service to clvllinn fnmlllcis havo been told in another column, but forbenr to imposo further upon tho splendid generosity of Tho Citizen. Ohio Apple Growers. YoungKiown, (). Following a confer- ern e intended by ('. II. A. ltrymit, Co- Itmihiis ItiiKlnesH Director of the Fnmklln County Farm lUireuu and represeNintlve of the State Minn 11..- reau Fedenitloii, apple gniwers and commission men In this section deolded to condui t n ininpitlgn to Induce poo- ide to "liur n basket of apples." Tim market Is glutted by mi exceptionally large crop and hundreds of huheln will rot unless they are consumed. T" r4VM4PMei. J Rurglarx, Rut Ituts? Rats steal millions of dollars' worth r,f irrntn. chickens, eeirs. etc. Destroy property and nro a menace to health. If vou nro troubled with '. It will surely rats, try kill tlieni prevent odors. Cats or dogs won't touch it. Comes in cakes. Three sizes, :)5c, G5, $1.25. Sold atrl guaranteed by RAT-SNAI- You Guard Against What About Porter-Moor- e Drug Co. Ileiulry & Cornell ky;" of the first white mnn to enter tho Stntl,. the 60winK of U)0 firgt ,.,. to turnin tho huMin nf ,nro. motjVl., highways nnd cities; briefly toI(1 all(1 n,ostIy ,n pnraBrapls. Biv. the names of persons along with the date of their accomplishments. Tho Iloone Trail, Wilderness Road, nixie and Iloone Highways will re- t.0vo Fp,vjai attention. 1)r- Wm A PuR f chicn hh ' f, ; (Intft on the actual '"cntlon of in l5o"? Trail, from end to end, ns well s that of thu Wilderness Road, will make his tenth trip, accompanied by thu "Hoone-Wn- y Mnn," to Ing Is- land and tho Illock House, Just west of Ilristol, on tho Holston river nnd spend Thnnksgivlng week there and at Cumberland Gap, Middlesboro, I'ine-villRarbourvillo nnd Umdotij In finishing up somo gaps" in re searches along the Trail. Long Ik- land and the Rlock House cover tho point from which Daniel Roonc nnd his party of immigrants made tho start on their invasion of Kentucky county wilderness, on March G, 1775. e. gas mask Is seen, ready for Immediate adjustment. Indeed, the suggestion Is that the chaplain has, perhaps, momentarily removed It, the better to Miccor the wounded man. The fine record of the men who served as chaplains In the navy, mnny of them constantly passing hack nnd forth through the Mihnuirlne danger zone, ministering to the crews of the naval vessels and the soldiers on the transports, Is recalled by the representation of the battleship on the reverse of the medal. The striking of these medals Is the realization of a suggestion made soon after the armistice In the executive e committee of the general commission of the churches. The committee approved the proposal and made It one of the tasks committed to the general committee on army and navy chaplains when the commission dissolved. The medals nre Intended to convey In tangible form a message of grateful appreciation from the churches to their chapwar-timwar-tlmo Another Royal Suggestion Griddle Cakes and Waffles From the New Royal Cook Book is an art in flapjack pancakes, griddle cakes or wheats, call them what you will. Dut it is an art very easily and quickly acquired if you follow the right recipes. The secret, of course, is Royal Baking Pow- THERE der. Griddle Cakes l!i cups flour H teaapoon salt 3 teaspoons Itoyal Baking: Powder cups milk ltt tablespoon 1 2PBKB ROYAL BAKING lain sons. Cry of Fire Stampede, New York Stampeded by the cry of "Fire I" pillions of a motion pic ture theater on Cherry street trampled out the lives of six children, ranging trom - to Kl jears old, and Injured A lire was being built In 12 others. the furnace In the basement under the The smoke, penetrating theater. crevices In the Moor, frightened the iiudlence and the cry of. "Iliv" urose. The little theater was crowded to capacity. Children tilled most of the .'iUO seats, for the hero of lho picture was a lad who rose from humble surround-lugto riches and fiyue. The youngsters were absorbed In the progress of the screen hero, who was protecting his father from thieves, when tho s",kl' ,u,' 1,8 WruiK-e- , shortening Mix and sift dry Ingredl-entadd beaten eggs, milk and melted shortening; mix well. Uake Immediately on hot ertJdlo. a; POWDER Absolutely Purm Made from Cream of Tartar, derived from grape. - Waffles Scupi flour 4 Uaapoons rtoyal llaklng rowder K teaspoon salt 1 cupi milk tableapoon melted shortening Elft flour, baking powder and salt together; add milk to yolks of eggs; mix thoroughly and add to dry Ingredient; add melted shortening and mix In beaten white of egg. Hake In hot wame Iron until brown, Serve hot with maple syrup. It (hould take about IV minute to bake each wattle. 1 legga FREE Roral Cook Dook tbaa and aeoraa of other dallahlful recipe. Writ for It Kaw koyalbakinq rowDsnco. IM rultoa SUmI. New Voi Citj. 1 Page Six THE CITIZEN nil lhilme. 1Iethlnks I should slnv along too to pile up moro beside what he's got already, but I'm not going to do, II much longer. I'm not nfrnld of work, or hnnlshlp either. I'd live In a shark If I hnd to, "Would you live In a shnckr said Jim, She shot n quick look nt him. Rut he wns quietly smiling into his milk null nnd she decided to treat hi question Impersonnlly. "Yes. I'd live In n shnck. too. If I hnd to. I put In my first years In n sodhonse, nnd there wns more renl happiness romping up nnd down th land then than there Is now. In those dnys over) body wns so poor thnt money didn't count. It's differ ent now." J It') did not pursue the subject, nnd tho milking was completed In silence. Jim finished first, nnd presently the rising hum of the cream separator was heard from the kitchen. "There he goes, winding his arm off for me," said the girl, as she rose from the last cow. "Poor Jim I wish I knew whether It's Just hitman kind ness makes him do It, or whether She stopped, coloring n little over'the thought that hnd nlmost csenped Into words. When the henry grind of the separating wns finished Jim went qule'tly to his own room, but the girl put on a clean dress and walked out through the garden. At the lower gale she stooped to pick a tlower, which she held for a moment to her face; then, to)lng lightly with It In her fingers, she slipped the latch nnd continued along thpath lending down Into the ravine. To the right lay the bench where the sodhonse had stood, not so much ns a mound now marking the spot; but the thoughts of the girt turned yearningly to It, and to the days of the lonely but not unhappy childhood which It hnd sheltered. Presently she renched the wnter, and her quick ear caught the sound of a muskrat slipping gently Into the stream from the reeds on the opposite bank; she could seu the widening wake where he plowed his swift way across the pond. Then her owu figure stood up before her, graceful and lithe as the willows on the bank. She sur veyed It a minute, then flicked the tlower nt her face In the wnter, nnd She wns turned slowly homeward. not unhappy, but a dull sens of loss oppressed her a sense that the world wns very rich and very beautiful, and thnt she wns feasting neither on Its richness nor Its beauty. There was a stirring of music and poetry In her soul, hut neither music nor poetry And presently she found expression. discovered she was thinking about November 25, 102O MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spence, Farm Demonstrator and Special IMMOVED IMirOlM INTEIIfATIORAt Investigator JUNIOR AGRICULTURAL CLUIH represent the renl Lonsvllle t o. li prices, which were 15 cents per' ROCKCASTLE MADISON 1920-2- 1 bushel higher, only what thnt mill November almost gone nnd Decem- was paying. A conference was called tber 31 drawing near, which will closo nt one of .the Louisville paper offices mmmnimrzs-- our Junior Agriculture Club Cam- of tho mill men, the grain denier and representatives of the dally press, paign. Hnvc you n Junior Club in your tho matter' was straightened out. so school district or community? Is it tl.at thereafter the papers have carrkd as big as it can be made this year? the actual Louisville market prices. Copyright All RigMj Reaented All tho assistance furnished these .This has saved milions of dollars to The men all wore blue ovenills, tlnrk boys .and girls will be free Why tho wheat growers of Kentucky, hlue or gray shins, anil heavy boots. no? have a Junior Club and get what Every wheat grower In tho State They were guiltless of coat or vest, anil our boys and could well afford to nay one cent per am! tossed their light Is comimr to us straw tints on bushel to the Kentucky Farm Durcau the water bench as thev passed. There girls. was a quick splashing of greasy ImniN New application cards with thirty- - for this one act alone. The Farm Bureau takes the stand at the wash basin, followed by a mure three projects, or things for boys and girls to do, can be gotten from County that a farm Is a factory, hence any rnectuni rubbing on a towel made grnln sack. The thing that the members wish to pur from a worn-ou- t Agent, Rcrea. hired mnn paused Mo change the wnter The following are some of the chase should be done and wash his face, but the prothings they can do with the aid nnd through their business agent, and ceeded at once to the table,others no where Agricul- what they have to sell can be han time was lost In ceremony. backing of State College of Harris ture nnd 'United Stntes Department dled in tho same manner. The Farm helped himself generously to meat Bureau takes no antagonistic attitude and vegetable and hnvlng done so. of Agriculture. Raise corn, potatoes, soy beans, toward local merchants, but just the passed the platters to his son. and In sweet clover, fruits, garden toma- contrary, yet if two or more mer- this way they were circulated about the There toes, tobacco, pigs, sow and litter, chants in n town can purchase n car- first table. minutes, wns no tntk for the few only the sound of load of fence wire or fertilizers tosheep, poultry, bees. knife and fork plied vigorously Mini sewing, home arts, foods, gether, so can two or more farmers Interchangeably by father nnd son, and Study do the same thing, buying where they with some regard for convention by canning, butter making. There should be a Junior Club in can get tho best terms, and this right the other members of the family. John every district, directed by local is extended to nil Farm Bureau mem- Harris bad long ago recognized the leader, trustee and teacher. All as- bers. This necessitates the employ- truth that the destiny of food was the mouth, sistance and help necessary for the ment of n business agent in each or fork nnd whether conveyed on knife nuule little difference. Mary, development nnd success of each club county where the membership is too, had found a carelessness of little be furnished by State College o strong Enough to justify it. On an- details botli of manner nnd speech will Agriculture and U. S. Department other p.age will be found a symposium coming over her, as her occnslonnl of Agriculture through the County of the ideals of tho Farm Bureau and "ain't" betrayed, but since Jlra hnd the activities that are proposed to go Joined their table she had been on her Agent. Write to County Agent. Bcrea, to into. The farm bureaus are approved guard. Jim seldom said anything, but that quiet smile lay like n day for club application cards nnd by the Department of Agriculture always over mask his real emotions. and the county and home demonstrastart your club. When the first Insistent demands of tion agents work with appetite hud been appeased. Harris, them. NEWS NOTES OF THE resting both elbows on the table, with "INTERNATIONAL" knlfe nnd fork trained on opposite corners of the celling, straightened Secretary of Agriculture Meredith SCOUT'S LASSO SAVES GIRL. himself somewhat nnd remarked: will be a visitor at the International "Allan nn" me's goln' to town toLive Stock Exposition at Chicago the When Nora Christie, fourteen years night: anything you wnnt from Semp-ter'- s first week of December. The Govern old. of Summit, .V. J., fell Into n well In store, Mary?" states a vacant lot, Lewis Ackerman, fifteen ors of dozen livestock-raisin- g "That lets me In for the cows." said years of age. a boy scout, rescued her will also be on the .grounds. Itetilah. "Vou were In town night beA score of annual meetings of live with a lasso. last, too, and It was 0:30 before Nora and Vera Itowen took a short fore stock breeders and other associations cut through the Int. when suddenly I got through milking." "Oh, well. Jim wns awny thnt will be held during the week. Chicago Nora plunged through the crust of night." said Allan. in recent years has become the Mecca snow and disappeared. "Jim has enough to do, without milkof the organized horse, cattle, swine Vera ran to the Ackerman home. Lewis dropped his scout guard rope ing cows after hours." returned the and sheep interests at this period girl. "What you wnnt to go to Pedigreed live stock vnlued at over down the well and Nora put the loop town for again do tonight, anyway?" beneath her nrms and was hauled to '"(Jot $1,000,000 will be sold during the Exto get more coal," said Harris. position week. Contributions to these safety. "We'll take two teams, an' It'll be late when we get back." sales will come from all over the Embargo on Sugar Contemplated. "I think It's nil nonsense, this United States and the British Islands, Havana. President Menncal has virwork." persisted Ik'uluh. "Is giving tho commercial phase of the tually decided to Issue a decree placExposition a pronounced international ing nn embargo on the exportation of there never going to be any It?" character. nil sugar held over from last year's "Iteulab. you forget yourself." said according to Information from a Nothing will be more calculated to crop, her father. if you'd more to do you'd arouse Interest than tho grain and reliable Miurra. have less time to fret about It. Your I. i.intlw. .11.1 mAM hay display. This year every im Brenmnger of New WkJ , What 5I , you portant section of the United States yQur Says About Rat Poison and Canada will be represented, "Tried preparations that kill rats. doln more yet.' "Oh. Heulnh's a good help," InterP is the only ono that The show will not only be an inspira- but tion to grain and grass growers, but prevents disagreeable odors after kill- posed Mary. "I hope she never has to ing. Also like P because it work like I did." will afford a demonstration of Un comes in handy cakes, no mixing with "I guess the work never hurt us," productive capacity of tho various other food. You don't have to dirty said Harris, helping himself to preyour hands, it's the best for house- served strawberries. "Just the same, sections represented. Three I'm glad to see you gettln' It a bit The women will have abundant en- hold use." Try sizes, 35c, C5c, $1.25. Sold and easier. But this younger generation- -It tertainment and instruction in the guaranteed by beats me what we'r comln' to. well equipped Domestic Science De I'orter-Moor- e Drug Lo. Thlnkln' nbout nothln' but fun nid Hensley & Cornetf partment. Last year's scope of this gnddln' to town every night or two. branch of the Exposition has been in And clo'cs Ileulah there's got more creased and every phase of this inclo'es than there were to the whole CINCINNATI MARKETS. teresting and essential science jvill I'lnlnvllle settlement the first two or three years." be embraced. Hay and Grain. "I got more neighbors, too," InterCorn No. 4 white S0Q'81c. No. 4 jected the girl. Then springing up. yellow 81S2c, No. 4 mixed 7080c. TOE FARM nUREAU she stood behind her father's chair Sound Hay Timothy per ton J24J? and put her arm around his neck. The question comes up now and 31.50, clover mixed .$4-'- 0, clover $27 then as to what have the farm bu"Don't be cross. Dad." she whts- 32. reaus accomplished so far. As we No. 3 Oats No, 2 white see it, and we can speak more par- white 52."2Hc, No. niM&Mc, P3V40 2 mixed ticularly for Kentucky, the first ob- 54c. ject so far is organization, for withWheat No. 2 red $2.1102.13. No. 3 out a strong organization nothing red $2.0802.10, No. 4 red $2.O52.03. can be accomplished. In this State Butter, Eggi and Poultry. the Farm Bureau is only about eight Butter whole. milk creamery extras old and now number 9,000 months 58c. counties are or- 03c; centralized 'extras' 01c, firsts members. Forty-si- x Egg firsts 77c, flrtits 75c, ganized, with one county, Christian, ordinary Extra 73c. firsts holding a membership of 1,000 and Live Poultry Broilers, 2 lbs and still growing. A drive is to be put under 30c, fryers over 2 lbs 20c; fowls on in the State this fall, when the 5 lbs and over 28c; under 4 lbs 24c, membership is expected to be doubled. roosters 10c. But Is the Farm Bureau functionLive Stock. ing in the State? Has anything defiCattle Steers, good to choice $10 nite been accomplished to justify tho 12, fulr to good $7j 10, common to Let's fair $l.50'ft7, heifers, good to choke, Farm Bureau's' existence? fair to good $."5.500 7..".0, take only a few concrete examples $7.5000, fair KM)St5.w, runners com mon fjy county tho 3.25, to for answer. In Carroll heifers $500.50. Farm Bureau at four months of age, Calves Good to choice $15.50010, 121 members, did a business of fair to good $1 Hp 15.50, common uud large $4010. and saved for its members Sheep Good to choice $1.5005, fair $3,259.55 in the purchase of field seed, to goiMl $304.50, common $202.75; feed, fertilizer and seed potatoes. lambs, good to choice $11011.50, fair Allen county, just six months old, to good $10011. did a business of over $G5,000, savHog Heavy $12, choice puckerrf ing over $13,000. They have pur- and butchers $12, medium $12, comchoice heavy flit mivvs $00 chased a $15,000 brick warehouse, mon tolight shippers $12, pigs (110 10.50. deeded to the Farm Bureau of tho lbs and less) $10012. county and, in addition to savings, "Don't Oa Crow, Oad," She Whispered. have a fund of over $5,000 toward pered. "Your heart's In the right payment on tho warehouse. Numer- NO MORE place but a long way In." ous other achievements could be cited, Ho dUengnged tier, gently enough. but these should show that the Farm As Ileulah said, his heart was all right, Bureau is functioning, but another e yearn or intra, nfter yna use It's but a long way In. Twenty-fivwill be mentioned. a mre rodent killer Try n iikjc. ami of pitched battle with circumstances roTelt. Hut. bllletl with One act that affected every wheat leave nu smell. Cats or ilou-- won't sometimes In victory, sometimes In defeat, but uever In despair; ulwuys touch It. Guarantee.! grower in tho State was at threshing Ilflo size (I rake) enough for with a load of expense ubout him, seasons the mills In Kentucky agreed or Cellar. l'antry, Kitchen, with the problem of Income and to pay Louisville quotations day by (a cukes) for CliUken IISo ! outlay to be solved had mude of liar On investigation by House, coops, or Mini! buildings. day for wheat. different the rls a man fl.35slie (5 rake) muoukIi foratl young Idealistvery '82. During from first the Secretary of tho State Farm Buof the fiiriiiHlul out.bullillnga, storage building's, er factory building. reau it was found that the Louisville years of struggle for a bare existence Hold uud Ouaruiitced by papers carried quotations as paid by In some way tho Maine, of Idealism still Porter-Moor- e Drug Co. hurried, hut, with the dawu of tho "bet ono mill In tho city, which did not Hensley & Cornell I RAT-SNARAT-SNARAT-SNA$13,-C99.- I rM SllNMTSaiOOL tlly MEV V. II. KITZWATKIt. D. D., Teacher of Kngllih lllbte In the Moody HII'Te Institute bf Clilraco.) 1(1! I'd" MjSiBllHJ -ii j Lesson Nrstair x. mi mmi --3 Author of Tho Cbwlinchon"c. IlluftrationJ by 1(10. Wesisin Union) LESSON, FOR NOVEMBER 28 Irwin tytt RATS HAT-8.VAUAT-SNA- 1' ter times" there cume'ii gradual shifting of standards and n new conception of essential. Thu crop of the early years were unprofitable on account of the grent distance to market; Inter. "nen trie railway canie to their doors, the crops were still unprofitable, owing to falling prices nnd diminishing yields imp to poor cultivation. Then came a decade during which those who stayed In the country stnjr-because they couiu not get out, and It became a cur rent saying that the more land a man i arm eu the deeicr he got In debt. Then came the swing of the uendu lum. No one knows Just what stnrted It prosperltywnrds. Some said It wns thnt the fanners, disheartened with wheat growing, were applying them selves to stock, nnd certnln It Is that In "mixed farming" the community eventually found Its salvation ; others attributed the change to Improved agricultural Implements, to Improved methods of farming, to grenter knowl edge of prairie conditions, to reduc tions In the cost of transportation nnd enlarged facilities for marketing, or to, increasing world demand nnd higher world prices for the product of the farm. Hut whatever the causes and no doubt nil of the above contributed the fact gradually dawned upon the settlers that land their land was worth money. It wns the fnrmers from the Onlted Stntes. scouting for rhenper lands than were available in their own communities, who first drove the conviction home. They came with money In their wallets; they were nctunlly prepared to exchange renl money for land. Such n thing hnd never before been beard of In Plnlnvllle district. Hut a few transactions took plnce; Innds were sold at five dollars, six dollars, eight dollars an acre. Tho farm-er- s began to realize thnt Innd represented wealth thnt It wns an asset, not n liability nnd there wns n rush for the cheap rallwny lands that had so long gone Harris was among the first to sense the change In the times, nnd a beautiful section of railway Innd thnt lay next to bis Jim Trnvers. homestend he bought nt four dollars Her mother sat In tho dining room, nn acre. The first crop more thnn knitting by the light of the hanging paid for the land, and Harris suddenInmp. Her face seemed very pale and ly found himself on the way to riches. lovely In the soft glow. The Joy that came with tho realiza"Don't you think you have done tion that fortune hnd knocked nt his enough?" said the girl, slipping Into door and he had heard was the con a sitting posturo on the floor by her trolling emotion of his heart for a mother's knee. "You work, work, year or more. Hut gradually, like a work, all the time. I suppose they'll fog blown across a moonlit night, came have to let you work la heaven." a sense of chill and disappointment. "Wo value our work more ai we If mdy he hail bought two sections I If grow older," said the mother. . . . at least he had proved up on his preIt helps to kivp us from thinking." emption, which he might hnve had for "There you go I" exclaimed the girl; nothing I He saw nclgbbon about him but there was a tenderness In her adding quarter to quarter. None of voice. "Worrying I wish ngnln. them had done better than himself, they'd stny home for a chnnge." hut some had done as well. And In Tlie mother plied her needles In some way the old sense of oneness, silence. "Slip away to bed, Heulnh," the old community Interest which had she said nt length. "I will wait up held the little band of pioneers tofor a while." gether nmld their privations and their I.nte In the night tho girl heard poverty, began to weaken and dis heavy footsteps In the kitchen and solve, and In Its place enme an Indibursts of loud but Indistinct talking. vidualism and a materialism that measured progress only In dollars and CHAPTER V. cents. Harris did not know that his gods had fallen, that his Ideals had Notwithstanding Harris' lato hours been swept away; even as be sat at the household was early astir the folsupper this summer evening, with his lowing morning. At five o'clock Jim daughter's arm about bis neck, he felt wns at work In the stables, feeding, that he was still bravely, persistently, rubbing down and harnessing his pressing on toward the goal, all un- - horses, while Allan and his father awure that years ago he had left that walked to the engine, where they built goal like a lighthouse on a rocky fresh fire and made some minor re shore, and was now sweeping along pairs. A little later Ileulah came Mammon-Ism- . with the turbulent tide of down to the corral with her He still saw the light ahead, but and the cows, comfortably chewing It was now a phantom of the Imaginawhere they rested on their warm tion. He said, "When I am worth ten spots of earth, rose slowly and thousand I will have reached It;" with evident great reluctance at her when he was worth ten thousand he approach. The Harris fa nn. like fifty found the faithless light had moved thousand others, rose from Its brief on to twenty-fivthousand. He said, hush of rest and quiet to the sounds thou "When 1 am worth twenty-fivand energies of another day. sand I will have reached lt;H when he night Breakfast, meal of was worth twenty-tivtnousanu ne before, was like thehurriedly,the eaten and at saw tho glow still ahead, beckoning first without conversation, but at him on to fifty thousand. To stop length Harris paused long enough to now might mean losing sight of his Is talkln' o goln' goal, and John Harris held nothing In remark, "Riles West." heaven or earth so great as Its attain, "The news might be worse," said mcnt although a successful gently enough, he disengaged his Ileulah. Riles, So, farmer, had the reputation of being supdaughter's ana and finished his to a even per In silence. As soon as It was grasping nnd hard where degree, qualiIn a community such ended the men started for the barn, ties, In moderation, were by no means and In a few minutes two wagons rat considered vices. tled noisily down the trail. Harris paid no attention to his Ileulah helped with the supper dish came out with the milk daughter's Interruption. It was evies, and then that palls to the corral where the cows, dent, however,purpose his mention, of Riles had a behind It, and pulling and chewing, complacently presently he continued: awaited her arrival. Hut she had not "Riles has been wrltln' to the de reached tho gato when the hired man partment of the Interior, and It seems was at her side and had slipped one they're openln' a lot of land for home- of the palls from her arm. steadln' away- West, not far from tho "Now, Jim, I don't think that's fair Rocky mountains. Seems they have a waa a good at nil," she said; and thero climate there, and good soil, too." tremor In her volco that vexed her. "I should think Mr. Riles would bo "Hero you're sluvlng all day with coal content with what he has," said Mary and water, and I think that's enough, Harris. "He has n fine farm here, and without milking cows at night." I'm sure both him nnd his wife have Hut Jim only smiled and stirred a worked hard enough to take It easier cow Into position. now." There was a tuneful song of the tin Hani work never killed nobody," pnlls as the white streams rattled on pursued the farmer. "Riles Is good for their bottoms. many a year yet. and free land ain't "Jim." sho said, after a while, when what It once was. Those homesteads'll the noise of the milking was drowned be worth twenty dollars an acre by tho In the creamy froth, "I'm getting near time, they're proved un." the end of this kind of thing. Father's (To be Continued) more and .more set on .money getting -ratlk-palle e e - HOW JESUS THE KINQ WAS RE. CEIVEO. I.KflSON TKXT-M- att. It nnd II (JOI.t)l!N TKXT-Cii- me Unto mit nil lint labor nnd are heavy laden, nnd I will Ive you tt, ll.is. ADDITIONAL MATKItlAle-t.ti- ka US- real-Ma- 33. I0.U-1- Jeaus. I'ltlMAItV r; j. TOPln-TTOI'IC-rrte- nd. ii:h-m- , a, c. ., I.. r. i. . of Jl'SUS Jl'NtOll nnd Knemles INTKItMKDIATK AND HKNIOIt TOPIC TliooalnK Jrmis na Our Teacher. . .t... . VOtTKtl ttfVlttt t- - tv-r- . HTlie lt.'iHjne of n to the Ministry The teacher should keep In mind be progress i.f thought In Matthow lid present thei lessons inv,ir.lln.l. In chnplrrs 5 to 7 t have the laws' r me Kingiinm; chanters S nnd n tlm mighty mirks to ileimnistrnti, n... King's ability to administer the affairs ii me kingdom; chapter 10. the n of the kingdom through the ending forth of the twelve; chnpten nnd 12. how the klimliim eelved. prop-igntlo1 Four Clanet of Hearers (ch. 11). Perplexed henrers like John iIim Itaptlst (11:2-11)- . John believed thnt Jesus wns the Christ (v. 2), but was somewnat perplexed as to the manner of the estnblMi nt of the kingdom. in tlie Old restniuent prediction there I. 1. went two as the suffering one, us In Ixnlali M. and the other, ns the Invincible Con queror, ns In Isaiah (CI. Indeed, In Isaiah t.O:l, 2 wo have the two ad vents In one view (eo Matt. .1:10 12). He said that tho ax N laid unto the root of the trees nnd that there was to be n separation of the cliiitT from the wheat and a burning of the chaff, but now the King wns occupied mere ly with the oenlng of the eyes of (tin blind, etc. John "aw Christ as tho one who would remove the sins of thu people by the shedding of tils blood (John 1 :29). but he failed to sec the Interval between the time of his sufferings and the time of hi triumph. Since this Interval between the first and second comings the nnluro of the ago In which we live was not known until Christ revealed It In the parables or the thirteenth chapter, we do not wonder at John's perplexity. John's faith was not falling him. neither did ho send this deputation to Jesus for the sake of his disciples. He wan a true prophet and a faithful man, but ho was) perplexed. 2. Violent hearers (11:12-10)- . Thei-were willing to reeelvo the kingdom according to their own way, but were unwilling to conform to Its laws. Their ears were closed to everything but their own carnality. They would not repent when called upon to repent by John, nor rejoice when called ujiou by Christ to rejoice v ). prophecies; the one set forth Christ lines In tho Messianic , The stout hearted unbelievers (11:2021). In Chornzln, Ilvtlinlda. and Capernaum, Christ had done most of his mighty works, bat the peopln deliberately set their hearts asalnst .1. him and his message. It was not for lack of knowledgo nnd opportunity that they were unsaved, but for their purposeful rejection of Christ. Tyro and Sldou, Sodom and Gomorrah were filled with Immoral prolllgutes und Idolaters, but they will be more tolerably denlt with In tho day of Judgment than thoso who wilfully reject ChrlMt. Hearers who are babes In snlrlt . There were some ninonc thoM) who heard Jesus with chlldllko faith, who believed thnt Christ was the Messiah, and they opened their hearts to receive him. Christ Invites those who have the babe-likspirit to cuffie 4. (M:25-:t0)- to him. and to all who como to hi in and receive him be gives rest II. The AnUaonltm of th Klnadom (ch. 12). In Chanter 11 WO saw the alintnefnl Indifference of the Jews to their King. In this chapter we seo ihihIH Vlt nml bitter antagonism manifesting Itself against him. They are not only with-ou- t u heart for him, but do their best to destroy him. Tlio Immediate occasion of their wicked determination was Christ's relation to the SMl.imti. Ilecausu tho hungry dlsrlntea tilnrlfikil corn und Jesus healed tho withered hum on the Sabbath dav. tluiv eiiu.i to destroy him. They accused him of Doing in league with tho Devil. Jesus with unanswerable logic showed them that they had blasphemed against tho Holy Ghost, and were therefore guilty of un unpardonable sin. Thev ll,i ,. deny tho mlraclo but sought to account for It without owning him as the Messiah. What Tenderness Is. Tenderness la the una.....,! blllty of the softer emotions nml .,... slous. It Implies the refinement n' pity, tho seiiHitlvu delicacy of love, the i culture of Hviiiimtliu i. -, uiu muwi complete embodiment of a ferveut, and Impulsive gentleness. ItYtt-.tiii- deop-heate- A. M. A. V. Restrain all Apply Discipline. I .. -- heverlty of discipline, uud glvo not thyself over to foolish uilrth. Tuow-U- a a Ki'iupu. s. Pago Threo v November 25, 1020 THE CITIZEN Page Seven 162 ACRES and Kingston pike and being the farm now owned by Frank Abrfey. We will sell this to the highest and best bidder on the premises on Of good creek bottom land located on Red Lick creek one mile east of Big Hill Tuesday, November 30 Cros and other organization tit the .Statue nf Liberty. Bedloe'a island, paying tribute to the memory British troops executing Turkish murderers ut Istnld. 8 Totilim A. Ie nreton, amof Florence NtRlittriRiilt-- . bassador to the V S from Argentina. Ited 11 NEWS REVIEW OF CURRENT EVENTS Small Nations Asserting Themselves in Meeting of the League Assembly. HYMNS ELECTED PRESIDENT Early Admission of Germany Setms Likely Soviet Russia, Having Crushed Wrangel, Is In Strong Position Creeks May Restore Constantlne to Throne. I By EDWARD W. PICKARD. No sooner had the assembly of the league of Nations got down to business In Its first mcvtlng In Geneva than signs' of discord between the groups of lnrKe nnd oitinll nations appeared. Up to date the hitter have the better of the argument, nnd the fenrs of persons who thought the do. Ing of the league would be dotulimted by Great llrltulii, France, Italy nnd perhaps Japan are somewhat allayed. Indeed, the representatives of those four tuitions were by no means In accord on nil Kilnt The Italians plnceil themselves In ontiosltlon to French proposition. nmriVe various British dominions did not agree with the mother country. A moat Interesting development of the week was the announcement thnt Spnln would Join with Great Brit-nlI'm nee nnd Belgium In policing the Vllnn zone during the plebiscite. This was looked on its possibly the beginning of the organization of a league nrmy. The Unit day, 'after the election of, I'nul llymnns of Belgium as president snw the opening scrap over the nint-te- r of nilmlttlng Germany to membership Ir. the league. The French had objected that this subject did not appear on the agenda, but Tlttonl of Italy declared the whole world demanded the admission of the enemy states nnd would not accept the excise thnt their nppllcntlons hnd not been received In time. Sir Itobert Cecil, who represented South Africa, appeared to side with Tlttonl. It was decided that six commissions should handle the work of the assembly. The tlrst Is to take care of general organization; the second technical orgihilzntloii ; the third the International court of Justice; the fourth finance; the fifth admission of new members, nnd the sixth reduction of armaments, blockade and military pressure on covenant breaking states and mandates. were When commission these named, on Wednesday, the supporter of the Immediate admission of Germany scored nuother victory In the election of Delegate linens of Chile 11 as president or commission number 5; Doctor lllanco of Cuba wns made kvlce president. The French were sur prised and chagrined nt not receiving thlx presidency foe- - Vlvlanl, but they had been already put at n disadvantage by the naming of llourgeols a head of the third commission. It had been supposed that Great Hrltaln, because of her naval power, would get the presidency of the commission dealing with disarmament and blockade ot covenant breaking state nnd with mandates, but here ngnln the smaller nations showed their Independence by giving the place to Delegate Hrantlng of Suedem The French, Italian nnd F.ugllsh delegations won a point Tuesday when It was decided that the commissions might, If they wished, sit In camera nnd need keep no minutes of their sessions. Cecil protested In Willi against this. Uelegnte Puyrrednn of the Argentine told the assembly thnt his Relegation believed nil recognized nations must belong to the league to make It effective nnd to avoid the danger of the organization of a rival league. He aid that a formuln must be found to permit the United States to come In, and demanded that the league be made more democratic by electing all the members of the council In the assembly. Instead of allowing the big power to uauie u majority of them, us 'at present. , Certain German olllclals have told a Merlin correspondent thnt Germany would not now accept membership In thii league If lt were offered ; that she as one of the best improved and best producing farms on Red Lick, with 90 acres of as fine bottom land as you can find, and it is is so located that we can offer it to advantage of the small buyer in At 10 o'clock a. m. This farm is well known to every man in this section x Two Fine Tracts Each tract with a complete set of improvements. The home tract has a good dwelling, 1 large stock barn and all necessary outbuildings. The other a good tenant house, a large tobacco barn 36x60 and all other necessary 5-room buildings. Come on Everybody will be there Rain or Shine i Scruggs, Welch & Gay REAL ESTATE AGENTS Col. Jesse Cobb, Auctioneer now . wo templates "3eiimudInK u uow peace conference, or nt lenst an Interpretation nnd revision of the existing treaty fnorabIe to her claims. Berlin holds thnt n definite sum for reparation!) 'must lie fixed, and feels that the coal delivery demands are too severe nnd are the sole cause for unemployment nnd lahor disturbances In The Germans also hope that the Danzig corridor will be restored to them, and that they will be given some colonial mandatories. Ger-man- Berea, Kentucky able to consumers lind led to such Public Sale 163 Acres of Land on the Big Hill and Kingston Pike. Located four miles south of Kingston and three miles north of Big Hill, known as the M. A.( Moody Farm. This farm will be offered in two tracts Thursday, Dec. 2 At 10:00 o'clock a. m. necessary outbuildings, and in addition there is a good store building which fronts on the pike and has proven a splendid place to sell goods. There is also a test oil well on the place. At the same time we will $ell: 170 bales of hay. 3000 tobacco sticks. POSSESSION Improvements consist of splendid dwelling, good barn and 23 bales of oats. 19 oak logs. 120 shocks corn and fodder Some loose lumber. OF THIS FARM WILL BE GIVEN JANUARY 1, 1921 Terms will be made known on day of sale. Anyone desiring information regarding this farm please call on Mr. M. A. Moody or the undersigned. Scruggs, Welch & Gay Real Estate Agents Berea, Kentickyl An Interesting story from Munich sets forth the Imminence of a new revThe Turkish nationalists have olution In Bavnrln which Is to make an Itussla as the "warden of Independent state of that second largthe Orient" according to Talaat est state of the Gerinun confederation l'ashii, former vizier, nnd consider the nnd the creation of n recency, probably to ho followed by the selection of treaty between Turkey and the allies one of the Wlttelshach family as king. Invalid. With the help of the nationIt Is planned, also, thnt Hnvarla shall alists, the Itusslans are strengthening enter Into an agreement with France their hold on the country between the to guarantee her Independence and ob- Illack and Cnsplan seas, demanding tain relief from her part of the Ger- more nnd more from the Georgians and man war burden. The story, which Is the Armenians, and opening more completely their route to Persia, and Mesoplausible, says the real niler of Is Doctor Kscherlch, founder of potamia, and perhaps to India. The the llnvnrlnii homo (inllltln, whose British have decided not to reduce armed strength Is about 100,000; thnt their military establishment In Mesolie Is: backed by the former German potamia for the present. stnjf otllcers and monarchists, chief of Venlzelos, premier of Greece, wns whom Is General I.udendorff, nnd that I.udendorff probnhly would be chosen badly defeated In the elections and Ims recent. Kscherlch has refused to dis- resigned and taken refugo In France. arm his inllltla, and It Is ejected the Admiral Coundourlotls, the regent, entente will soon threaten to occupy called George Ilhallls to form a neyr tho ltuhr basin In consequence. When ciihliuU, and when the new premier this Is done, according to the plot, the was sworn In he demanded the resigworkers, socialists mid communists nation of the admiral aud made Queen will declare n general strike and In the Olga, mother of former King Conensuing conflict the coup d'etnt will stantlne, regent. It wns taken for granted that the victorious party, of he accomplished. which Gouuarls Is the head, would reflavins crushed, Huron Wrangel nnd call Constnntlne to the throne, though expelled id and his troops from the he, says he will not return except by Crimea, tho Itusstan soviet governmandate of the Greek people In a plebI'robahly a majority of tho iscite. ment llnds Itself In Rood shape to resume negotiations for the resumption civil population would vote for the res of trade svltli other nations. And Its toration now, but It Is believed most chances for recognition nlso are vastly of the army would oppose It If given n chance to vote. There Is even some Improved. Most governments realized some time ago that ltusslan Bolshevtalk of the troops In Asln Minor re turning to prevent the recall of Conism was not to bo destroyed by armed opposition, especially from the outstantino by force. This presumably side; and nearly all except France be- would precipitate a civil war. France lieved that It would be useless to give and Knglaud have been holding conaid to the factions within Itussla that versations over the Greek situation, were In rebellion against Lenlne and but It was stated neither would net Trotzky. Kven the leaders of the without the other. Meushlvlsts and other wise opponents ot Bolshevism In Itussla have long The Kansas Industrial court, which maintained that position and usserted has been so bitterly attacked by orthat tho best thing to do wns to recog- ganized lahor, showed tho other ot Its nize tho Moscow government, or at two edges last week when It called beleast let It alone, nnd that ultimately, fore It representatives of all flour mills having nothing to fight, Bolshevism In Topcka. Workmen had complained must fall. It seems likely that this to tho court that some of the mills had view of the problem will now become closed down nnd others were on part general. time, and the court wanted to know why, since such a thing cannot be done The crushing of Wrangel was swift, without court sanction where a necessity of life Is Involved. once the llolshuvlkl had broken through his defenses oil the 1'erekop The millers agreed that the cheaper peninsula. -- Ills troops were driven Canadian wheat available to F.uatern back to Sevastopol and soma, 20,000 of mills and cheuper CauadlanJiour avail 111 them, together with many tfiousands of clvlllau refugees, embarked there and were carried to Constantinople and other ports. Wrangel also escaped to the Turkish capital. The soviet forces were then directed against the Ukrainians under General 1'etliirn. and these also were put to rout. Kiev and other cities being occupied by the Iteds. There wns fenr In s the capitals of Kurope that the would now renew the fight against the Poles, and certain threatening notes from Moscow to Warsaw Increased the apprehension. Itus-slan- curtailment of new orders and such of orders previously cancellation plnced thnt mills which had closed or were on "part time" had acted from necessity. If the court finds the action of the millers unjustified It can order the operation of the mills on a scale which It deems Just. It will be readily seen that this case Is ot far more than local Importance In Its Influence on future legislation and the possible establishment of similar courts In other states. The executive council of the American Federation of Labor Is busy getting ready to start n great movement for the "Immunization of Industry." Ita miln Hntnnnil will hp thnt union ' contracts with employers shall Include provisions for the appointment of committees of employees to with factory owners In the management of production. The program also calls for a renewal of the fight on the open shop. Among Its other features Hepeal of existing laws and opposition to proposed laws requiring compulsory arbitration of Industrial dls putes. Opposition to laws restricting the right of workers to quit work when conditions tire not satisfactory. Enactment of legislation restricting' Immigration from all parts ot tho world, especially central and southeastern Kurope, for four years at are: least. A campaign of Americanization, especially In the conl fields and In Industries, where foreigners are employed, 'to offset Influence of political theorists not In harmony with the present system of government. An upholding ot wage standards as long as the dollar remnlns nt half the r purchasing mark of tho pre-wadol-Inr. In pursuance of Its policies, the executive council Is eliminating as many of the leaders In the ranks of union labor ns It can. Among these Is John Fltzpatrlck, bitter foe of Gompers, whom tho Chicago Federation of Lahor continues to elect as Its president. ultra-radic- I'resldent-Ktec- t Harding, after brief visits In Brownsville, Tex., and New Orlenns, sailed for the Canal Zone. Mr. Harding had let the Mexicans know that he could not go to Mexico City for the Inauguration of General Obregon, but there was talk of his stopping at Vera Cruz for u talk with the general. The National Farmers' union has sent to Its locals throughout the country a call for a producers' strike to combat the falling prices ot farm products. All farmers are uppealed to to Mold this year's products from tho markets until levels" lire restored. The "strike" U not "profit-making fago Eight TUB CITIZEN November 25, 1020 relative rnnk of inn Jor; the as-- : slstnnt superintendents, director nnd nsslstnnt directors, the relntlvo rank of raptnln; chief nurses, the relative rank of first lieutenant: bend nurses and iiiire, the relntlve rnnk of sec ond tleiilennnl, and an regards medical nud snnllnry mutters nnd nil other work within the line of their profes. fIoiiiiI duties these olllcers will have authority In nnd about military hospitals next after the olllcers of the medlrnl department. The secretary of war Is o make the necessnry regn-- I lnlloiis prescribing the rights and privileges conferred hy huiIi relntlvo I . wriggles, no tlnio should bo lost In completion. Students arc encouraged Prayer President beginning war on the monster nico- to fill out their schedules before the Minutes Secretary EXTENSION WORK tine. holiday so as to save timo and avoid Boll Call ..What I Am Thankful For TO KENTUKCY WELCOME the rush nt tho beginning of the Whistling Contest by three girls. The program rendered by the By President F. L. McVcy Anna Stout League Sunday afternoon term. Jokes HAS BIG FUTURE The Dodge House girls gave a so Organ Solo Hcssic Miller (The following address was given was very Instructive as well as in- by President McVey of tho Kentuc - foresting. Ed. Concleton read and cial In the Vocational Chapel Mon- - Biography Vivian Couch evening. ky Stnto University nt tho Innugtirn - commented upon n number of the ' Recitation ....Mary Lucy Carpenter News of the Week .,.Eva Hnmrick tlon oi rrosiuont. iiutcmns, uciouor stntc ftws regarding tobacco. It Is NEED FOR IT IS POINTED OUT OY 22). Leona Perkins Biblo Story really rcmnrkabio what splendid THE FEDERAL BUREAU OF Vocational Schools Im Dora Taylor o Solo laws some of the states Mr. Chairman, Dr. Frost, Dr. Hutch-in- s, EDUCATION. Mildred Hunt Beading have. If they were enforced, the to Ladies and Gentlemen: Herbert Waddle, Everett Huff, and Why I Am Taking Home Science.. It is a great thing to have in the bacco trade would receive a wound 0wen I,nncs went to lhe mountains Virginia Harlow development of an institution the per- which would hasten Its death. Mi.sS one afternoon the latter part of thelMy Futurc Work Edna Hill PERTINENT FACTS SET FORTH sonal sacrifices of men and women Mao Locke gave a poem entitled "Tho week and enmc back with a nice lot Euln Perkin.1 Critic to build upon. Berea College has Fence or the Ambulance." A talk of hlckorynuts. .Minnie Klnr, president Discharged Soldiers, Working People, been particularly fortunate In this on Tobacco and Degeneracy" was The International Live Stock Show, Forelgn.Dorn Population and Mil respect, not only in the contribution given by Burton Johnson. A num- to be held in Chlcngo Ednn Hill, secretary next week, will lions of Youths Can De Greatly of tho founders, but of tho men and ber of facts were brought to light bo nttended by Prof. E. H. Klnm nnd Helped by This System. women who havo come after. It has in this speech which were really ap- Mr. C. E. Houk, as representatives earned an envlablo reputation as a palling. Many foolish peoplo nro In from Berea College. They will be THINGS THE BOYS LONG FOR By JAMES P. HORNADAY. place whero high Ideals, are main- - mvor or protecting young boys from accompanied by four representatives WiiKhingiou. The federal bureau of recognized as an in- the tobacco curse, but Insist that the taincd, and it is of the Stock Judging class of tho Youngtters Prefer Toys or Contrlv. edncntloii hellexes there Is n line fustitution of real genuine service to use of tobacco does not Injure n School, Irby Jones, John ture for uuhendty extension work. It ancet to Teat Their Muscular Skill humanity. I am sure that It is a mnn. Tho speaker, however, gnve Dunbar, W. A. Bice, or Endurance. upon Investigation that for two find and Luther Ogg. conclusive proof that tobacco does afmatter of congratulation to tho State dertides extension work has heel. They will leave Berea Sunday night, shall lie nld of Hint of Kentucky that it has within its fect adults, quoting the highest au- November 29 nnd will spend In volume. The growing recthe weak WHAT kindness of home folk ognition of lhe value of Its various borders an institution that Is con- thorities. But tobacco docs not af- there. n Hint considers giving the hoy only forms Is Indicated hy the fuet thnt fect only the man. It is now a ducted on such a high plane. Francis Holdcraft, Docle Roberts, presents of such things ns lie nctii-nll- wlllilu the Inst live fact that the children of tob)enrs lhe total It is, therefore, with no ordinary acco-using It Is nn outrage iion I'inouiit of upprnprlHtloiis for Its needs? parents arc also often and Augusta McCarthy went on a feeling that I extend to your Presi touring trip to Lexington last week-- ! the spirit of ChrlsJiniis to present him has more than doubled, mid the dent a welcome to the commonwealth blighted. with new shoes, ties, handkerchiefs end. lumber of MinleuU hits lucreiirs'd The next meeting of the League and to tho work which you arc to A nice program is planned by the something thnt he knows he will get more llitin threefold. The need for carry on. I need not tell you that Ken- will bo held Sunday "afternoon. De- benior Clnss of the Vocational Do- - nbyuny when his sleeping nnd wnk- - extension ediieutloii on a very large Ins dreams for eeks before have been sesile now and for the next few jenrs tucky was tho fifteenth State to be- cember 5, at UnIO, in the Parish partmcnt for Thanksgiving. filled with visions of tops, hulls, guns at hwst h Indleiileil hy the following come a member of the Union. It was House. This will be the last meetJ. P. Saulsbury has returned to and magic lanterns, says Mntid s ing of tho Fall Term nnd an unusu- school again, ftiets. says the hurenu: the second after tho original Thirafter several days stay In the Woman's Home Compan1. There are now In the I'nlted teen. It has now had n history of ally good program has been planned. with his parents in Carter county. ion. The most beautiful knitted muf-tle- r State approximately four nnd a half twenty-fiv- e more than one hundred and womnn's fingers ever constructed million dNclmrgisI soldier, oik' half James Kassem nnd George Cnmp- years, nnd into that history has I Y. W. C. A. with of tthoui bell of Winchester wore visitors in ennnot roinpnre with n nnd nil of attach whom haveuereoerieu, upon them four blade nnd n come many elements, conflicting and The Y. W. C. A. Sunday evening Keren last week-enhad Impressed when exhibited over the back In mail ways the ltnHirtnuce of educooperating. This is n great com- in Ladies Hall wns led by Miss Mary Tho Junior Class of the Vocational nient. monwealth, but it has difficult prob- LafTerty. The subject was "Thanks- Department met on Friday evening, fence lo n neighbor hoy on Christum It Is a matter of common cation. morning. Very soon after the dnys lems before It, and In tho spirit which giving." Mnny interesting suggesNovember 10, nnd rendered a nice of kilts ii hoy reaches the nee when knowledge thai lliene men, nenrlv nit Berea has represented tho State of tions were mado by the leader nnd program. Following after the pro- h yearns with hi whole soul after of them young men, ar? eager to take Kentucky is glad to welcome the new by the girls present. The main gram, nn election of officers was any toy or contrlvnnre thnt will test ntliciitNKP of all nvulhilile Information for Instruction In things pertaining President. At theme of the talks was that every held to fill some vacancies. his muscular skill or endurance io thoir vocations, to cltlsenshlp. noil day should be a thanksgiving day this aire nn appropriate present would : general culture, l'ew of them Hill Demosthenes Literary Society 'hold If the peoplo of this commonwealth give him tho same welcome that they and thnt we must live our thanks. its regular meeting on Saturday eve be n rawhide or rope Inriat, such as or can go to cidlego; prartlinliy none A Is usl by the llufTnto Bill riders. At the James Hall division of the ning, isovember if l hem will enter the ordinary public have given to me, he will havo noth- and rendered a ' Y.W.C.A. all enjoyed the Thanksgiv very nice program. Two new mem imlr of hnnd or nrm stilts will he re- li'sh holds; they nre too old for this. ing to complain of. He will be called ceived with iitnil favor, ami In tho upon to deliver many speeches and ing meeting. Miss Frey, lender, opened bers, Owen Wells and Luther Ogg, Mime category come n new falling Some, hut eotaMnttlvely few. will Hod their way Into special hxkIIouiiI by expressing reasons were voted in. to go many places, and everywhere the discussion rod. snow shoes, tennis racket, golf sc!hmI and clmw-o- s In Indusyou will find a ready welcome and a for our gratitude for our great ChrisEdnn James is visiting home folks rlnlc h good hall, lump or cyclometer trial idaM. A critit majority of them tian country. Suggestions were giv- nt Olive Hill, Ky., this week. for his wheel, or even a live iot. n must deMtid iijmhi uch upiMirtunitliM listening audience for your word. It will bo a difficult place to fill. It will en ns to means of keeping our coun- Jessie Jacobs returned from the new dc. a pair of rabbit or guinea enn be provided by extension ed- require strength, courage and pa- ttv nnd home ideals of the very hnnitnl Monday morning. Her pigs Mviuething thnt he ran put and ucntlon. highest. Special music was rendered friends nre glad to sec her out again. train for his own. tience, but all this you have. For Working Men and Women. by Miss Helen Strong. The meeting li. The shortening of the iours of laMiss Belle Stacy, of ITazard, Ky., The conduct of education in these Plant for Christmas. bor and reivnt Increase In wage hnvn days is strenuous work. The de- caused Its members to enrry away is visiting her sister. Mollic. Other things being equal. It Is betwith them many new thoughts. Ray Hammond, of Hazard, Ky., and ter to buy phintit near one's home than git en to minimis of working iiwn and mands made upon institutions nre The second division of the Y. W. a former student of Berea, was here to travel nfar. Do not he tempted, uometi time ami nouns for larger than they aro able to meet. fur beyond anything which C. A. met in Kentucky Hall, with last week visiting his cousin, Susan even by chonp offers, to go tulles In fact, education In America is in ucti men nd women have ever known Miss Nora Baker leader. Topic: "A Hughes. nway. for counting enr fares, pncklng. before in this or any oilier roumry. a critical period in Its history. There Thanksgiving." Specal music by Miss Anna Brown, accompanied by expressage and lost time, th ultltnnto The "losins: of the hHrrixims through-ni- t is scarcely a college in the land that delightful sur- - Misses Gladys Hydcn nnd Delora cost Is very ItVely to be more than If the United Slat" has mUevtsl is not facing more or less a financial Miss Ambrose was a you paid n good dent higher price nt largf number of men of the temptato all. Th-was real cnthu- - nianton, are visiting friends nnd crisis. These institutions are trying It may hnppen thnt home. Of course expressed in the discussion of jjvcs nt jj Vernon, Ky. tion to fpeml their leisure time and to meet great cducationnl requireone grower or llorlsl hus o Inrge stock the subject. Many thanks were giv- Livingston", Ky., of some one thing nnd enn sell nt a motley In various forms of dlslMtloH Fre1 Munins 0f ments that havo come upon all of them e rosiiierted with the barroom. en tor blessings ana privileges visited his cousin, Anna Tearl Brownr low rate, but dealers usually huve nn as a result of the war. It is Impos th we working iiniind uomeii year. understanding with one another es- are eager for Instruction, last Thursday. sible to enter into the nature and loveu tnruout tne lth for Impecially regunllng holiday prices, nnd provement In their uientlnns nnd for character of these problems on an for weeks before the holiday season living nud more Intelligent cltoccasion like this. It is sufficient to VESTA LI A SOCIETY they have been bnlHnctng stitck with letter Normal lsenshlp. Not only do they ttfce say that there must be larger leaderProgram for November 27, 1920 each other, no that (he better quality of uch oportuiiltlos as are I Song ship, there must bo greater financial Society plants nre of nil nlniost (lied value. offered thetn hy the organised ninimrioM Last Wednesday during the Chapel backing, and there must bo adequate of education, hut In many plures limy encouragement and support In main- hour Miss Lucy Brooks of Northfield undertake to provide opportunities for Seminary, Massachusetts, spoke to taining and upholding the work that tliemsehus In their own tlinu and nt the colleges and universities are do- us. She had a messago of intorest Iheir own espouse, l'ew of there hate fand importance, and it was enjoyed (This s,pace llongs to the Alumni Association of Herea College. Articles, 'md any schooling beyond the ing. news Items and personal tetters from graduates wilt he published in full or lr by everyone. In her talk she regrades. Tho young people of the land have nbstract every week. I lie Alumni I'.dltor, ecy. M. K. Vaughn, lierea C ol populn-.Io- n it. Amiohi: the foreign-horferred to "The things We Live By," lege, Beren, Ky., will he pleased to receive any communication of Intern flocked to tho colleges in untold numIn the Pulled .States, tlluru are namely, work, play, love, nnd wortrom members of tne Association.) bers. Prices of materials, instruuuiuy, hoth of lhoe who have taken ship. Miss Brooks related nn inci ments, books havo climbed to untold school work, to build school build- nut their clttieiiNhlp (taper mid of Mr. Marshall E. Vaughn, dent in which she had asked some heights, and in consequence we are ings nnd maintain, nt considerable lli(-- e who have not, who, though able College, of the girls of her school to gucs3 Secretary of Berea oxponse, a nine months school. Each to read nud write In KiikIInIi ami confronted with the problem of meet- these Berea, four things by which men live. fairly well educated, know nothing these new educational difficulties of our towns can point with pride to They guessed rightly three of them, Dear Sir: ing of our country. Its history. Its Sunday-schowith less income and with depleted In reply to your favor of the 9th its church and and its ideals, the form and spirit of Its govbut entirely excluded play. staffs. Tho outcome of this situation asking for a short letter for your excellent grndeii school. ernment, of the ugrleultuml and InThe Normal-Colleg- e football game is a matter of serious concern to the It is readily seon that the influence duct rt ill opportunltltM offered In variColumn will say that after scheduled for Monday has been post- Alumni graduating from Berea in 1005 I en- -' cast upon tho residents of those nation. The high cost of education poned ous MirtN of the country. Much might until Thursday on account of strikes at the very root of democracy, the Univorsity of Wos.t Vir- - latod sections Is almost beyond he done for them through oduetitlunal the rainy weather. nnd In order to maintain leadership to is extension york. The environment ginia ns a sophomore and graduated j description. Professor Dix's class in Bural SoEnfranchised Women Need Aid. keep the steady flow of trained minds ip Civil Engineering with the class changed ovor night, almost. There ciology went out to the Scaffold Cane I. Wlthli. the lust your millions of into tho field of national life, greater' of 1908. Was vory happily located Is not space hero to tell you of some community Monday morning to make of tho changes is people as I would vomen lime been given tho frunchUe. j .encouragement, financial and othcr-Jlwis- o a survoy. Despite the fact that it thore with old Bcrcans, Ernst, now till the privilege and like to, but havo you ever seen scores nnd must be given to our educational Leahy, ami Welch. of active cUlztmsblp. was rainy, about twonty members of of childron look upon a Christmas tree These women by thoir Imllotw or othVlnstitutions. To havo a neighboring the clnss were willing tp make the I selected Coal Mining EngineerInstitution that sees these problems ing ns my line of work nnd located for tho first time? Have you ever erwise will determine tho M)llrle of trip. The students went in pairs to will 'make my own work easier to in Fnirmont. with tho Consolidation seen thorn gaze upon old Santa Ciaus uiunlclpalliy, statu and nation. Thoy the various homos of tho community, n bear. I therefore welcome President bnskets of goodies hro coiwcieiitlous; they realise they Conl Co. Was shortly transfarrcd to with his conferring with tho people, asking tho first timo? Havo you ever need Instruction as to the diilleM and Ilutchlns to Kentucky as a comrade Kontucky nnd had the honor of driv-'fquestions and bringing out facts relook upon ico in the rcp4nihllltleti of active citttomitilp ing the first stako that marked the seen grown-up- s and colleague, nnd exlond to him tho lating to their mode of life, discusshelp understiiudluic of congratulations nnd good wishes of beginning of tho development qf somo summer timo for the first timo or be and many lowunl anami illlllenlt probcomplex the ing mattors of health and sanitation, held them at their first picture show 7 the State. 300,000 acres of coal lands lems which. Uy their ballots, they will the things they have been doing to Johnson, Mngoffin, Letcher, Knott, If you have, you possibly can realize hlp to solve. Through their clubs home nnd community, improvo their nnd Pike counties. Am now Chief what our towns, that spring up in n and various othur (trgaulsHtlous Y. M. C. A. and the things they had been leaving extewloti workers etjn do .The "Y" had a rousing jrood moot- undone. Tho enthusiasm of the stu- Engincor for tho Elk Horn Coal Cor- night, as it were, monn to the people ing Sunday Zoning In Upper Chapel. poration, operating oighteon mines on of the remoU sections of our moun- much for them which could he dune most cases was met with a wry hardly, If at nil, In any oilier Tharfubjeot of the evening was "Stu- dents in its approximately 150,000 acres. My tains of Kontucky. ready response on the part of the way. dent Honor," led by Mr. Boss, our c; Consolidation Coal My eleven years' experience in tho ""8 S. There are In "tho United Stnto itizens, a though in a few Instances Company u.ml tho, Athletic Director. Thlubjoct Is the past eleven mounUln. has Wn varied Inlorosting approximately twelve and of the students was mU- .oiwdiulf on of great Interost to us" nil. and the motive me uiwiis ui vuu yi'urs, ouiu nnd ncipiui. i navo mingled with tne .nllllon buys uwl girls between tho njro.s understood. - mountain poople.on nil occasions, havo of Jenkins, McBnborts, PleminfGnrMr UoM handled It well. Ho spoke who tiro sUteen and tuunty-oiiTho purposo of this survey is to 1 I II. for about twenty mlnutos nnd then rott, ayland and Wheolwrlght. their majority nt u Mine uvtm witii mem L uii-iin liuiuua, jiuvu ciMnlng improvo homo conditions, promote edTho work of devoloplng the turned, the meeting into a general ucation, bottor mothods of farming, traveled thoir crooks and mountain when In order to iiinke ti living mid t . i i ...t.1.1. of Enstorn Kentucky has been trails until thoy nro homo to mu nnd atMHimu the reviMJiislhllltloH and iIiiIIuh ! heft,th nn,l sanitation, offer oppor .' 7V I l it Tl. hnvo come to know the people ns few of life nnd citizenship more knowledge training nre titHsled limn ever Ihv luniiios jor social cumuci, mm itt- - ' tion In going into nn Isolnted section Tho nXMtyficial campaign is on to know ami outsiders nre privileged f reational advantages. Three years, .r community was, and in a year or so transform it In- - them. Among thorn nro somo that fore. Two and majority millions of now, oiuromeof tho departments those attain their oncIi yenr; ago a survoy of tho I' or ox- - I consider my bost friends, ono ospe- r, have already gono ovor thoir quota. ... I 1.. -t r.n lt..,vn,l 'to a thrlv ng conimun ty. losn than l are life has .p. sriiilinilos: only n little more limn ij you have not been asked to con- was printed in pamphlet form and nn,n ' Wheelwright where I make ciu, y who(!0 CVery-da- y my hoadqunrtors and homo, six yenrfl pealed to mo ns having us much tribute, seo the president, W. O. Suihave any high kcIiooI education. distributed among tho citizens and ago was t, tor, or the socrotnry, J. M. Ottor Creek in tho head of Christianity in It ns any lifo I hnvo That n large percelitugo of Ihem would students. This Inst survey shows Beaver creek, n tributary of tho Big i,vcn n close contact with. And lie tuke nilvnntiiKe of any iideiiiutu oppor-tuiilt- li this week. considerable improvement. offered them for further InSandy river, thirty miles from tho n grufT old mountaineer at that. Watch tho bulletin board for the Tho Normal schedule is nearinir struction, either In class, or hy railroad and tinted for being tho nnnouneomont of noxt Sunday's proI could go on and toll you of tho Is dellnltely proven by tho gram. results, ns I havo seen them on tho rohpouxo they mulie to the mUerllse-men- u "I Got Real Mad When I Lost Today a Setting Hen," Mrs. Hannan ground, of such institutions as Berea, of nil' kinds of corrwtpondence "I went into the hen house one a good graded school, church, LEAGUE the Hindman school, the Caney Set- schools conducted for profit nnd hy nnd found my favorito setter l, picture show, nmusomcnt tlement and others, but space will tho efforts they make to provide for On this three hundredth anniverUiciio-elvcsary of Thanksgiving tho American lhe means of Instruction, S3 Ph"t. not permit. oSst' Military Rank for Army Nurses. peoplo havo many things indeed for in a week I got six dead rats. Every- - 205 and tho other ndvan- With kindest personal regards, I Hereafter the members of the nrmy which to bo thankful. Of theso body who raises poultry should keep tnges that go to make it a good place nurse corps of the United States Three sizes, 35c, 05c, Jn whIch to llvCi u hag nlwnyg bccn am, tho national prohibition amendment army will have relative rank us I Yours very truly, should bo among the foremost. But follows: The superintendent, the George Pow oven while the serpent liquor still nn1 nelp support Hensley & Cornett General College News Anti-Tobac- . I rnnk. The following tire nmioitneed ns the rights nnd privileges of nurses under the foregoing, (he term "nurses" being Interpreted to Include nil members of the army nurse corps Irrespective of their relative rank: While iiursen nre not commissioned olllcers. their relative standing In lhe nrmy to that of commissioned olllcers. N'uro will he accorded the prece- deuce Indicated hy their relative rnnk and lhe fame respect and protection In their positions as commissioned officers. Must De Obeyed Like Olllcers. Nurses will he accorded the samo obedience from enlisted men nnd patients In and about military hospitals as Is accorded commissioned olllcers of a like grade. Nurses nre not eligible for detail as hut may members of prefer charge against any member of the military service. To denote their relative rank nurse will wenr on their uniforms. In the sume manner as Is proscribed for olllcers, the Insignia of rank worn by ctimmlxlonixl olllcers of the grades to the relative rank conferred iihui them. Nurses will salute nnd be saluted In the some manner ami under the snine for commiscoiilltlirt itu protx-rllxsioned ofllceist. In all reports, return, order anil other official dtNiiinenls the titles to tlie relative rank conferred ufsin nurses will he used In the same manner an Is prescribed for eiitnsnhMoiuMl nfHrors. Nurses are enllltisl to the same ami privllrgi", except mile-at- e, a are iwnerllted for eomml-lHM"nrttrcrs of grades corresponding to thsslr relutlve rank, lit: of iiiarters when iiirlers In kind are not nvnltalde: eoinmulntlnn of heat nswl light : (tarrhase privileges; livMirance prtvlloic ; gratuities: and In general all such ihtmmimI prlvllego-- t and M'rH,ulslte. mil spiHitti-Mllthem, ns go with commissioned rank and are ruiotorlly enjoyed hy eiHninlsahHiiHl otlUcrs. The relative rank conferred mirw ihms not aller the existing methods of their utolntmeiit. assignment to duty," transfer, seimnitlon from lhe srvliT. and generni ontrol, nor tho character of the duties) now being required of them. Nuios will he governed by Uio regulations a are same censor-hipresciilKNl for commissioned olllcers. Upon honorahle from the nenrlce a nnrsi will he given a certificate of discharge similar In thnt used for temporary ulllo-r- . Flying Officers Are Defined. The net of congres approved June provides that "Dying units I. IP'JO. shall In all ciisom he commanded by flying olHcwx." Only olllcers who shall have been announced in or corn-sHiud- s courts-mnrtlnl, d cd well-know- y t , .Sou-dor- Jnck-knlf- e cork-scre- m sirt-tliu- e uu M reln-sias- m I4very-wher- Department Berea College Alumni Association tle n ders as having iiml)fliil as alrplsno , pilot, nlndatie airship pilot or Imlloon tlerver shall be considot4-rver- i ol ' iso-tor- cl Hin-ma- n, 1. woll-ladc- or j tary aviator or rtnerve military aviator are under recent army order to he considered as having uallflod as airplane pilot. All officer who on I held the rating of military June aeronaut or balloon idtorver. are to ho considers! a tuning imllllcd as balloon observer, and all olllcers who on June I held the rating of observer or alohlp dlot are to he nspialilled a airplane observer or airship pilot, as tho case way bo. "I'lvlng status" la defined a that statu peculiar to olilrers who havo been aMlgnl lo duty "requiring them to participate In regular and frequent aerial (lights." Plights are oniNtrued lo he lllghta In airplane, free nliservathKi IwIIihmvs or airships. ered Hying officers within the meaning of lhe act. All other olMccr shall he considered nonflyltig olllcers. All olllcers who on June I held the rating of military aviator, Junior mili- - u 1 r .it. tsi one-hal- 1 1 one-eight- high-schoo- one-four- th Sees Future for Liberia. The mitlvea of lit equatorial of west Africa usually have been found to be dwarfed uwl hostile, hut Sir Alfnsl Shurpe found the forest folk of I.IIhtIh to Im full grown Indnsirloiis nud among the most amiable native he Irnd sssni In Afrlen. The men clear away the trees to innke room for their farm, livery eenllal reiilred for development Is thont, ami Sir Airrel wijh IliHt "development Is sure to come Hootiur or Inter, The l.lberlan government ha IihiI mnny dlinciillle to contend Willi In the punt, hut with the help and advice of llio iiowers Inter-estthere seems every prospect of a great future for IIni couniry." for-ott- Bein-hard- Knew the Symptoms. For hulf tin hour or more Mr. und Mrs. Clipping had been quietly reading. Suddenly Mrs. (Hipping sighed deeply and then began lo drum on tho living room table with her lingers. Laying down his paper, Mr. (Hipping mid: "My dear, you promised tne faithfully Unit you would rend the stories In that magazine am, not look tit tho ndverllhlng se(tlnn, "I've told you repeatedly that I can't afford to buy an automobile." lllrmlngham Age-Ilcrul- e, Mrlf18"1"1,'0'0!'!' j ANTI-TOBACC- O Sun-morni- SS. ?l-25- ttriWiNAP .;'. s ItAT-SNAP- ." ftttri? rr' Tto ?rrr