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Five Cents Per Copy Devoted to ttie Interests of tlie ffointa,i3a Fecrplo BEREA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, DECEMBER 2, 1020 The Citizen One Dollar and i Our Threefold Aim: To give tho News of Bcrea and Vicinity; To Record tho Happenings of. Berca College; To bo of Interest to all the Mountain People. lien. State Sti.W YM C A NhW.x aa.aa.ai aaana.il HFvlhW Fifty Cents per Year IIP .at M 1 No, 23 Girl Scouts Get Wooded Camp Conference The State Student Y. M. C. A Conference will lc held In Korea De comber 3, 4, 5. 'lhcrt will bo a num bcr of grent speakers In Korea dur Ing theso few days, among whon nrc Dr. E. St. Potent, of New Y.nl and Dr. J. L. Kelser. of tho Y, M. C. A College, Nnshville. Tenn. Besides these, there will be n number of Y. M, C. A. secretaries and workers who hnvo had a groat deal of experience In student work. The complete pre L'rnlll for thn ronfnrpnpp In iIvnn u. low. There will bo announcements made from time to time conccrnln any changes that may occur. This mooting of the students of the col leges of the State of Kentucky, with some of the greatest men of the country, is going to be one of the most enriching events that will touch Kentucky News World News L! CURRENT EVENTS League of Nations Assembly Trying to Find Some Way to Save Armenia. AMERICA ASKED Is TO MEDIATE Dalfour Suspects Plan to Recognize Kemal Patha Poles and Dolihe. vlkl Resume Negotiations Affairs In Greece Murders and Reprisals In Dublin, Dy EDWARD W. PICKARD. What shnll ho done to snve Armenia? That Is tho question thnt nbnorbed much of tho nttintlnn of the League of Nut Ions nftotnhly last week, and It Is not yet solved. nr, apparently, In tho way of being solved. Tho Armenian problem was forced on the attention of the assembly by the repented UoMlon of members of delegations whn4 countries would not he Involved, nnd the representatives of the greater powers were compelled to take It up. The net result, so far, Is the appointment of a commission which will examine the Armenian situation. Sir Robert Cecil. South Afrlcn. Is Its chair-muand the other members nre? Sen ator Henri I,a Fontaine, Belgium; Doc tor Frldjof Nansen, Norway; Honorlo Piioyrrcdon, Argentina; Signer Schnn-zl- , Italy, and Itene Vlvlnnl, France. In the course of the ilebate Vlvlanl proposed that the league council should seek some government which will mediate for Armenia with the Turkish nationalists nnd try to obtain a cessation of hostilities. The council thereupon cabled to President Wilson asking the United State to net as mediator In the ense, pointing out thnt nlthntiEh tho senate had rejected the mandate for Armenia, a new situation had arisen and a new solution was possible. The United States Is not asked to send an expeditionary force nnd only a small out-In- y of money will bo necessary, since we nre asked merely represent Ar- monla by entering negotiations townrd ending wnrfare with Kemal Pasha. It Is believed In Oenovn that the Nationalist leader would welcome America as mediator because tho fixing of the boundaries of Armenia was left to President Wilson. M. Vlvlanl declared that the Unit ed States would be the most logical power to represent Armenia In the proposed negotiations, nnd that tho fact thnt It was not a member of the lengue would not Interfere. Some cor respondents snw In all this talk an endeavor to "lure" the United States Into the league. Mr. Balfour saw more than this In the French plan. He be lieved It was the beginning of an effort to tear up the treaty of Sevres with Turkey nnd to deprive Oreece of the territory given her by that pact; also that It was designed first to recognize Mustaphn Kemal Pasha. lie demanded whether the Kemallsta would be offered money or territory as a bribe to cease attacking the Armenians, and said Kemal was entirely Indifferent about the league's opinion; furthermore, he did not believe a mandatory power for Armenia could be found anywhere In the world, and said the league could not send an expedition Into Asia Minor unless It was under the control of some treaty signing power. Various delegntes asserted their be lief thnt the United Stntes would now accept the mandnte nnd furnish tho expeditionary force, which, according to Doctor Nansen of Norwny, would require 00.000 men and $100,000,000. High KrenchVifllcInls In Paris said on Wednesday that Frnnce would ntt send a man or spend n frnnc on nn Armenian mandate, hut Intimated thnt she might nsk Kemnl Pasha what changes In the treaty would mako It acceptable to him. Thn lengue subcommlsslnn on new. J . .. . .1 ia inemoerB nun ueciueu uui iu uuuiii enrved out of tho former Rus slates Latvia, Ks- sian empire Llthunnln, thonln nnd Ukraine; nnd undoubtedly this means thnt Azerbaldjan, Georgia and other states In tho Caucasus will be refused admittance. This accords with the position taken by tho Unit ed Stntes administration some weeks ago. The leaguo council decided to limit tho scope of policing operations to the Una region and to keen the league "army" down to 1,800 men. Of these Spuln will supply 300. Sweden 100, Franco at least 1,000, and Great Brit ain nnd Belgium small detachments. Holland and Switzerland refused to . the lives of Kentucky students this Some of the meetings are for the delegates alone, but thcro will bo events open for tho general pub lie. Everyone Is Invited to mnke the most of these opportunities. The Y. M. C. A. here wishes to express its appreciation for the fine spirit of co operation on the part of the churches and citizens of the town in opening their doors to our guests from other colleges. Thctc will be at dinner nt two o clock Friday afternoon, December it. In the Vocational Chapel for the faculty representatives from Kentucky colleges nnd a few other In vited guests. At 2:45 all faculty men will bo Invited to Vocational Chapel for a brief program. Prcsl dent Hutchins will preside. Dr Hart from Danville will speak on the students' relation to the Christian work In the college. Dr. Hart will Ic followed by Dr. Ralnc, of Bcjen College, who will speak on the Faculty's relations to the Christian work In tho college. It is expected also that Dr. Vandox Mullen, the new President of the Presbyterian Thco logical Seminary, will give an ad dress. Dr. Vandcr Mullen is a new man In this State, and he has a rcp utfen as a fine speaker. yenr. AM f CONFERENCE-PROGR- 1:00-2.1- 0 Friday, December From trains Hall for assignment 3, 1920 to Lincoln to lodging places. Conducted to lodging places and return to Lincoln Hall, 3:10-4:3- 0 Division Into groups with conductors and trip over campus, 4:30-5.3- 0 Reception In Ladles Hall ' Y. W. C. A. 2:10-3:1- 0 7:30-7:6- 0 Opening Session. 7:30 Address of Welcome, President D. Rose, Ken- VHutchlns. tucky Wosleyan College. Organization Election of Ofllcers. Appointment of Committees Announcements. f 8:20 Inspirational Address. 9:00 Alixcr. Saturday, December 4, 1920 0:00 Song and Devotional Service, 9:15 General Survey and Discussion touching the following: (a) Forces on or around the campus operating against the Association, (b) Forces on or around the campus that help the Association, (c) Objectlvo of Assoc! ation. Summary: How we aro to chango forces that aro against, to forces that will help; how we may best utllizo forces that aro favorable; how tho objec tive is to bo realized. Lead ers: II. C. Gossan!, assisted by Mr. P. C. Dlx, and Mr. n. M. Peak, and Mr. R. W. Owens. 10.00 Intermission. 10:10 Song. 10:15 Tho College Association Program Discussion touching tho -- following: (a) Organization. (b) Cabinet Meetings. (c) Religious Education. 1. Discussion Group BI-b- io Study. 2. Discussion Group Mis participate. sion Study, (d) Llfo Guidance. How Peace negotiations between Poland this work is related to and soviet Russia were resumed aftor Friendship Council, lapse that threatened the renewal Summary: of active hostilities. The Poles, how ever, consented to withdraw their Leaders as above. troops to tho armistice Hue. Moscow 11:10 Intermission, notified Lithuania that tho Red forces 11:15 Song and Announcements. 11:20 Inspirational Address Dr. E. would have to occupy Vllnn, which Is still In tho hands of General Zetlgou- M. Potcat. ski. The soviet government has now 2:0(rSong and Devotional Service. pretty nearly cleared Russia of all 2.10 Tho College Association Its active opponents. Pctlura's troops on pago seven) hnvo. about ecn pod, from the Uk. Virginia have authorized the aggre Representatives of the press, at the . . gate issuance of $170,000,000 in road close nf thn mnnttnn .... given siatc- ... , mcnts that they nre at liberty to bonds. '" l" l"eir pnpers, making known Danville, Nov. 25. The Gold nnd tho Important happenings. CommitWhite machine of Centre College tees have been nppointed to report on brought up its total for tho 1020 sea-so- n the jnattcr of nrmamcnts nnd the r- - Ul to 405 points this afternoon by Court Of .Tliaflrn crossing the Georgetown College goal questions have been asked In rcgarJ lino fifteen times and making good to the control of raw materials by thirteen goals from touchtlown. nations which possess them in abundance. A movement has been started Centre won 103 to 0. . . 1. (1 i Manchester, Nov. 28. Tho county iu am armenm, and the question of mandates has received discussion. com show and judging contest held hero Friday is believed to be the first The of Germany is reof its kind to be held in the State. ported in a low condition lift n Club Agent J. M. Fcltner aniil; As a mo inrliii to their daughter, Andree (.'lurk forme' Senator anil Mrs. "Thcro were more contestants in the of heart trouble. She has expressed Wllllnm A. ClurU. presented to the girl scouts, n wooded camp at judging contes.t, and the grades ran a oesire to return to her own counBrlnrcllff, New York. Tho presentation ceremonies took plnce nt the girl try, and If thnt cannot be granted, higher than at the State Fair," scout headquarter In New York. It is her wish to bo. buried In GerFrankfort, Nov. 29. The Hazard many. She left the country, volunrnlne Into Poland and have been disLeader Company of Hazard, Ky., ha3 tarily, In order that she might be of armed there, and now It Is nnnouncod been granted a charter by the Secre- aid and comfort to the emperor In thnt General Seineiioffa campaign In tary of State. The company, which his exile. Throughout tho hard exSiberia has collapsed entirely. Ills has a capitalization of $25,000. will periences that have come to the famlust base has been taken by the Reds, Chicago, Nov. 26. Values in the tho corps thnt wus defending It hav- wheat market shrank today to below publish a newspaper at Hazard. The ily, she has borne herself as befits incorporators arc P. T. Wheeler. W. her position and her condition merits ing mutinied, killed Us ofllcers nnd 51.50 a bushel. A. Stanfill, W. L. Roberts, James the sympathy it is receiving. It Is Scmenoff himJoined the llolshcvikl. self tins fled to Jupnn. Wooten and J. W. Craft. not believed her life will be a long Kansas City, Nov. 2G. Wholesale prices on fresh pork recorded a sharp At a mass meeting held in Jenkins Unless tho temper of the Oreek people chunges, they will vote, on Decern-he- r drop here today. One nackine com a week ago speakers declared that A large group of Oxford professors pnny quoted pork loins at 25 cents the people of fKe mountains, includS, for the rnturn of Constnntlnc ing a majority of the people of Har- have sent to Germany a communicato the throne. This will be the logi- a pound. cal outcome of the victory of Gounnrls lan county, believe that Dr. II. C. tion which expresses in friendly and nnd lthnllls In the election. However, Washington, Nov. 26. Officers of Winnes, state veterinarian, is simply dignified form the wish that there the new government Is placed In a the American Legion Intend to urge a victim of circumstances and is ab- may be a renewal of good feeling besomewhat uncomfortable position, for tween the scholars of the two counof solutely innocent of any connection to restore the will be to alien- on Congress the consolidation tries. It has been received by some possibly Great Brit- agencies charged with rehabilitation with the murder of Miss Lura Parate France and sons, Pine Mountain School teacher. professors in the spirit of friendship ain. The former has warned Greece and war risk insurance. and by others as a piece of stupid thnt It will withdraw Its material nnd We are reminded of tho moral support, but it Is not known New York, Nov. 28. Colonel Henry impudence. Chilllcothe, Ohio, Nov. 27. Four ninety-thre- e certainly whnt attitude Lloyd George hundred and fifty United GerStates reg- Wntterson, former editor of the memorial signed by will assume. The Greek newspapers nnd Sam- man professors In tho day of tho ular army troops will leave Camn Louisville Courier-Journa- lf favorable to Constantino assert thnt uel Utermyer, of New York, today war endorsing their country's posiGreat Britain Is willing to recognize Sherman tonight at midnight for wero elected honorary members of the tion and condemning England in se.Mingo County, West Virginia, the right of Greece to mannge her James Gordon Bennett Association, vere terms. Of these professors sevown affairs and that King Georgo Is scrvo order In the coal fields. at the first meeting of the board of enteen have died and a majority of In constunt communication with and has assented to his reWashington. Nov. 27. Senator Phi directors. The association was or the remainder have recanted on the turn to the throne. lander C. Knox, Pennsylvania, author ganized recently to aid tho executors ground that they were deceived and Of course, Rhnllls and his confreres of tho resolution intended to repeal or the Bennett will in building the misled. are most worried over the possible ef- the joint resolution in which Con- James Gordon Bennett memorial fect of the restoration on Greece's home for New York journalists. A noto of Secretary Colby in readventure In Asia Minor. They can gress declared a state of war to exist gard to the products of Mesapota-mi- a hardly hope to maintain their army with Germany, which was vetoed bv Tho new state motor law, effec is discussed from various points there against the Turkish nationalists President Wilson last May, said to and the Arabs without the active co- day he plans to reintroduce his reso tive the first of the year, as passed of view in the English papers. The operation of the entente allies, and, lution. by tho last General Assembly will United States expresses the opinion too, they rely on tho British to suprecord a deluge of business in Madi- that England's mandate in this rich ply the money needed for the occupaWashington, Nov. 26. If Congress son county, and there will be numer- section of country', which has come tion. It Is said by them that Venlz-cllst- s at the coming session is unable to ous new licenses issued by tho county to her, shall not monopolize the prodleft the treasury empty, destroyed quantities of documents and enact legislation to restrict immiera clerk, instead of the State Tax Com- ucts, but that there shall be a frco left Athens without Informing their tion, it probably will bo urcred hv thn mission, as formerly. License fees, opportunity for other countries to successors of the state of business In Houso Immigration Committee to bar under the new law, will cost more profit by tho rich supplies. Tho the various departments. all aliens from tho United States tem- this year than ever before. Tho English papers are not inclined to Queen Mother Olga, the regent, porarily, Representative Albert John- charge is based on the engine horse fall in readily with this Idea, but rest used a triumphal return last week son, Washington, chairman of the power, the fee being GO cents per tort that the United States should for two of Constantino's brothers, committee, said today. horse power. assume some responsibilities before Prince Andreas nnd Prince Christopressing so strongly for privileges. pher. They were received by enthusiMinneapolis. November 27. Flour Richmond, Nov. 26. Fire, supposed astic crowds and,escorted to the palace. The same day the foreign news- touched a new low figure in four to have been of incendiary.origin, did Through some influence not yet paper correspondents made formal years today when tho mills here re more than $185,000 damage to the known, Jugo-Slavhas surrendered complaint that the press censorship duced prices to $8.35 to $8.50 a bar Soaper Planing Mills and Lumber to Italy the Province of Istria on the was being continued and that their rcl for family patents. The Company plant and general store of east sldo of the Adriatic decline sea and dispatches were suppressed or de- today was Z5c to 50c a barrel. Pre R. E. Belue here, this morning some inslands that lie off the coast. layed, lthnllls and Gounarls made exvious low was $8.40. Three other establishments Buffered It is believed that this has been planations nnd promised all restricslightly. tions should he removed. brought about to appease Italy for The belief that some one who has the Fiume settlement, which was not Paris had press dispatches from Charleston, W. Vo.. Nov. 26. Gov. Smyrna saying the Oreek army In John J. Cornwell announced here to a mania for burning buildings is op- satisfactory to he. Tho territory Asia Minor wan split Into two camps, night that he had asked the Govern erating in Richmond has been caused received greatly strengthens Italy's one for nnd one against Constnntlne, mcnt to send Federal troops into tho by the fact that there have been nu position on the Adriatic. The prime and that fighting between them Mingo County, West Virginia, coal mcrous fires here recently of mys minister whyo made the surrender. had broken out. Some of the strike zone, and added that as soon terious origin. however, was obliged to resign, troops were said to be demobilizing planThe fire today started in the themselves, deelurlug they were done as the soldiers took charco he would an act which shows the disapproval ask President Wilson to declare mar ing mill, where damage amounted to with the war against the Turks. of the people of the country. $150,000. The company carried $100,-00- 0 tial law. insurance. The Belue store was Tho United States Commission of Tho row between the Western Union Kansas City, Mo., Nov. 27. Co- damaged to the extent of $35,000. Immigration is preparing for a largo Telegraph company and the adminis- operative agencies, sellimr and nur. Other buildings damaged were tha tration has touched Mil acute stage. chaslng, together influx of foreigners as soon as the with commercial Kentucky Creamery, Green Piano It has to do with tho laying of cerSunnylnnd Tailor restrictions are removed. Ho ex tain cables at Blscuyne bay, Miami, enterprises conducted bv tho Nntlonal Company and the pects 1,000,000 Poles, 4,500,000 Ital Fla., permission for which was grant- Farmers' Union, nn organization of Shop. ians and 5,000,000 Slavs in tho near 900,000 members, did an aggregate ed some time ngo. Connected with It was the attempt to land a cable from business of moro than $600,000,000 in Williamson, W. Vo., Nov. 29, In future. In some cases the European Barbados, which the Navy department the last twelve months according to vestlgntlon by tho New York Herald countries seem to bo encouraging tho prevented. The company thereupon roports submitted at tho annual union into tho cost of the fivo months coal movement, especially such countries declined to carry further messages for convention here several days ago. strike in tho Williamson field up to as Italy, whero there are few natural the Stnte department at reduced rates, tho first of November shows the fol resources. It is believed that tho and the Navy department threatened people of theso countries can do mora lowing losses: Cristobal, Canal Zonc.ov. 28. to destroy tho buy cable If the confor tho welfare of their homo land Men killed 37 Warren G. Harding struction work was not stopped. The rresiacnt-etec- t 603 by laboring in America than by staycompany applied for an Injunction to left thn Cnnnl Men wounded restrain Secretary Daniels from In- I States this afternoon, after a week's Miners engaged in strike 700 ing at home, themselves. terfering with the work, and the next I visit, in which ho obtained an Intlmato Mino employes idle from day Secretary of War Baker revoked story of tho A very practicable form of help 2,800 striko commercial and military the permit for tho laying of the ca- advantages and needs in tho reconstruction of France is of tho wator- - Loss in production from bles. The courts must now decide the Mingo county mines, tons 5,000,000 that of a Massachusetts woman of and exchanged assurances of eutlro matter. Iway $ 3,600,000 wealth, who has undertaken to rerelations with tho Republic Losses In wages 6,000,000 build a wholo village at her own exLosses to operators President-elec- t Harding and his 15,000,000 pense. Tho placo is known as Losses to railroads party landed ut Cristobal on Tuesday and It has a population Washington, Nov. 25. The right of Cost to Stato of West visit In the Canal Zone. for n 100,000 of about 300. Very little beside tho Virginia Wednesday he made a trip on the tho United States to bo consulted as canal to Panama City nnd called on to tho terms of mandates provided Cost to State of Kentucky 200,000 market placo was left by the GerPresident Porras. Later the president under the Leugun covenant of the Cost to Federal Govern mans. Other help of a similar kind crossed Into American territory to re- Versailles penco treaty is asserted 100,000 Is being given, and Americans are ment turn the call. Thursday Mr. Harding and Insisted on engaged In restoring forests, by tho American Gov- Cost to United Mino had a game of golf, followed by din160,000 and other necessities to tho Workers ner with President Porras, and Friday ernment in Its latest note to 150,000 life of France. Much of this does oil, the text of which was Cost to mino owners..,. he returned to Cristobal, whence he not receive mention of a public na made public ton'ght by the State ailed on Sunday for Norfolk. $24,200,000 ture, but it creates good will. Total cost rn-m- lf 135-iicr- e Louisville, Nov. 29. Why $50,000,-00- 0 I The League of Notions, in its first , is needed to construct Kentucky's meeting in Gonnvn i. primary road system will be told by ' ing thintrs thnt nrn .!. ...lii- - A Joseph S. Boggs, State Highway ..vision nns neon reached that meetCommissioner, to 300 members nnd ings of the Council nnd even of com- guests of the Louisville Automobile mtttces shall bo public. This Is a Club today. Pcnnsvlvnnln nnd Wnt new order of thin,., in ' - U. S. News tre-ih- in five ono way f, of two ows ling part part Hho ihey g too of Tho you to-pr- e- s. Con-stantl- IA1-- . 3B. puna pre i on't Mtrjr line, i nil I llld- - I t , r ia flve-dn- y Irall-roa- Moso-potaml- Fag6 Two Last THE CITIZEN CHRISTIAN CHURCH Lord's Day tho services proved to bo quite Interesting and profitable. Under tho leadership of Superintendent R. R. Harris the III bio school Is much better organized Tho day ended with n fine Endeavor meeting at C:1G, with n larger nt tfndanco nnd much Interest nnd en thusinsm. The cjontost, which has been on for sometime between tho "blues" nnd "reds', ends in about two weeks, with a social to be given by the defeated side. Taylor Gibson, as president of the society, with his splendid helpers, is succeeding well Next Lord's Dny the Biblo school meets at 9:45, followed by communion nnd preaching. The subject of the sermon will be, "How to Live n Long Time," addressed primarily to th children, but nn effort will be made to mnko it profitable to nil. The Endeavor meeting will be nt 0:15 and you will miss a rare treat If you do not comc.y Everybody welcome. W. J. Hudspeth, Minister HUGH F. PARKS Hugh F. Parks died, November 24, as the result of on accidental gun shot received while out hunting with friends n few days before. The funeral services were held in the Be rea Baptist Church, November 25, at 2:30. He was n young man, ju&t coming Into the prime of life, and will be greatly missed by the family and his large circle of friends. December 2, 1020 LOCAL PAGE NKWS OF BEREA AND VICINITY, QATHERED VARIETY OF SOURCES FROM A Vanitrn Kentucky State Normal the ball. H. C. Cloyd and family, who moved spent the Thanksgiving holidays in Bereft at tho home of her cousin to Illinois last winter, have retuniol to Berea to make their home. Mm. C. D. Lewis. Dr. M. M. Robinson's baby girl H Boyd Collins, a College graduate of the Class of 1919, and who l! very ill with diphtheria. Professor C. D. Lewis addreseJ trachlne this year at Bowling Green Ky., was visiting old friends in Bcrea the Upper Cumberland Educational from Wednesday until Saturday of Association at Corbln, Saturday. Miss Nclllo Montgomery, who is , last week. and Mrs. Charles Dunn hav teaching at Morgan, Ky, visited hot Mr. moved into the Arnctt property on parents over Thanksgiving. Mrs. E. J. Bryant, of Columbia, Center street. Miss Ruth Davis, who has a posl Ky., visited their daughter, Miss tton in Cleveland, spent from Wed Eieanoro Bryant and her two grandnesday until Monday in Bcrea with children, Mary nnd Joo Pierce, Sunday. her mother. Nannie Davis. Miss Mac Fccsc entertained six Mr." Jackson, who is a student In thn Theolocical Seminary in Louis couples of her college mates last wcro Games night. vlllc. spent tho Thanksgiving holi Wednesday days in Berca, and while here was played and refreshments were served. tho guest of Professor and Mrs. C A delightful time was had. A specinl class In English has been D. Lewis. Mr. and Mrs. Pal Lewis, of For organized and is conducted by Dr. est street, are planning to leave soon J. W. Raino. The class meets each sesfor Atchison, Kansas, where they will Monday night for n make their home for the present. sion. It is composed of Dr. J. M. Their many friends and neighbors, Morris, Dr. W. G. Best, G. E. Porter, who have so pleasantly known them Dr. D. II. Edwards, Dr. M. M. Robfor a good many years, are sorry to inson, B. P, Allen, Mayor J. L. Goy, see them go. but hope they may find Prof. I. II. Long, Dr. J. C. Thomphappiness and contentment in their son, and Dr. Alson Baker. Mrs. Scott McGuirc is going to new home. Miss Bertha Puff, a College grad- Texas, where sho will spend about uate of last year's class, returned to three months with her mother. The Hamilton children are recoverBerea for the Thanksgiving holidays. Miss Puff is teaching at her homo ing from a seigc of mumps. in Newport this year. H. M. Beaty and family are leav spent ing this morning for Joncsboro, Ark., Miss Lcla Jane Harris Thanksgiving with her parents at where they expect to make thoir two-hour- s' Mrs. R, LI. McGuirc, of Ashcvllle, Miss Mnrlnna Williamson, Director of Public Health Nurs N. C, Is tho guest of her aunt, Mrs. of the Bureau ing of tho Kentucky State Hoard of Laura Jones. Rev. W. E. Rlx is suffering from Health, was visitinc, recently, in the home of Professor and Mrs. John P. 11 wound in his eye. Whilo split ting kindling n piece of wood struck Smith. MIh Kiln niencv. n student of his eye, piercing tho lid and injuring Chirtar Ns. U4 Terms: Snld property will bo sold ItnrrT DlitHct No. I on n credit of six months, tho purchaser being required to execute snlo bond paynblo to tho Commissioner with approved security nnd benring six percent interest from dny of sale Report of the condition of the Berea National Hank at Ikrea in the until paid, with a lien retained on State of Kentucky, at the close of business on November 15, 1920: tho property to secure tho pnymcnt RESOURCES said bond nnd Interest. of R. B. Tcrrlll, Loans and Discounts 1395,79,54 Master Commissioner Madison Circuit Overdrafts, unsecured 2,467.67 Berea National Bank Deposited to secure circulation (U. S. bonds par $15,000 Classified Advertisements Owned and value)... Unpledged , 27,150 Total U. S. Government securities I want to exchnngo the U. S. Stock ol Federal Reserve Hank (50 per cent of subscription),,. Wyntt place to a smaller place. Call Value of banking house Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve Bank Henry Moore, Lancaster, Ky. 2t-Cash in vault and net amounts due from national banks Checks on banks located outside of city or town of reporting library WANTED A sccond-hnnbank and other cash items table, mission style. Call nt 14 Es Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer, and due from till street. U. S. Treasurer Total LOST $20.00 In Ilnycs Meat LIABILITIES Market, or near there. Reward will Capital stock paid in be given to finder. Mrs. Chns. Nor d p. Court. 52,150.00 3, 100.00 500. co 38,201.54 35, 127.85 1,709.00 $59. I'll0.00 395-6- vellc. Second Hand Clothes for Sale. Prices right Soveral good ladles' coats, also men's clothing. Mrs. R. 2w-2- 1 B. Doe, Short street, Berea. John F. Dcnn J. W. Hrrndon sold his motion picture theatre to William Clark and the latter took possession, Wednesday. Buy your Christmas gifts at the Bazaar in Mrs. S. R. Baker's store, Friday, December 10. Richmond. Scott Scale home. flour Berea is to have a first-claing mill. E. T. Fish and R. W. Todd flour are putting in nn mill and grist mill in the old Bur- dettc Mill building. They will soon be ready to begin grinding. Mr. nnd Mrs. Hugh Logan returned home Sunday, after spending several days in Lancaster and Danville, where they were cnlled to attend the funeral of Mr. Logan's uncle, Mr. Hugh Logan, of Lancaster, who died very sud denly, Wednesday, November 24. Mrs. J. T. Martin, of Paris, Ky., has been a visitor of Mrs. Sallie Adams on Center street for the past ss Mi find the values in our men's and young men's shop even greater than they expected. We have reduced prices on many items as much 20 to Take "Kitty and the children" tesscs. The program of the Litcra And lead them by the hand turo department will consist of n Out In the open country round table discussion of magazines, And buy a piece of land. led by Mrs. C. C. Botson, while the Home Economics will demonstrate But if you cannot find a place, the making of pastry. And don't know whero to go, Tho Health and Social Hygiene Then just see Dean fc Hcrndon department nnd the Civic depart They have them by tho score. ment will meet nt the same time with Mrs. R. II. Cowley, Prospect John Dean is always at The Rank, street. These departments are co Catch Hcrndon on the fly; operating admirably with Miss Eng And if they cannot "fit you up," lish in her Red Cross work. She None others need to try. spoko interestingly to them at their last meeting. Come to Dean & Hcrndon. The Education nnd Music depart ments will meet with Mrs. Charles D. Lewis. They will probably be able to securo a teacher of public school music for the public school of Berca, beginning the first of JanFOR SALE uary. Their untiring efforts in this lino of work nro commendable. WOMAN'S CLUB Tho Woman's Club of Berca Is Tho election war Is over, making rapid strides in carrying out Tho smoke has cleared away, program. its 1920-2- 1 Jim Cox has lost tho battle, The departmental meetings nro now And Harding's won tho day. in full sway and nro proving them Now get to work, you croakers, selves abundantly worth while. And earn some bread and meat; Tho Literature and Home Econom ics departments will meet December It matters not who's President, Or when he takes his seat. 15 in tho home of Mrs. M. E Vaughn, Ducrson nnd Bntson ns hos DEAN & HERNDON Dealers in Real Estate, Bcrea, Ky, $25,000.00 45,000.00 Undivided profits, less current expenses, int., and taxes paid 5,221.00 Circulating notes outstanding . , 24,600.00 Individual deposits subject to check 216,444.46 Dividends unpaid 90.00 Other time deposits 213,040,14 Total 5529,395.60 Oi the total loans and discounts shown above, the amount of which ntcrcst and discount was charged at rates in excess of those permitted by law (Sec. 5197, Rev. Stat.) (exclusive of notes upon which total charge not to exceed 50 cents was made) was none. The number of such loans was none. State of Kentucky, County of Madison, sit I, J. L. Gay, Caihiei ol the above-name- d bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. J. L. Gay, Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 24th day of November, 1920. W. B. Waldcii, Notary Public My commission expires January 8, 1924. Correct-Atte- st: V. R Kidd, John V. Welch, 'j J Hranaman, Directors. Surplusfund Keep Your Eye oi Us Till After Christmas $10.75 10 and watch the props keep tailing fiom under prices. Pure Lard, while they last, per can Sugar per lb Best Flour per bag bag Meal J5-lBest Middling or Shorts per bag Mill Feed Hinder Twine, while it lasts, per ball Fels Nap Soap per b.tr For 10 cakes Large Size Lenox Soap per bar Coal Oil (where not delivered) per gal b. -- 1.40 65 3.00 2.65 ,75 06 .55 .05 20 List Your Property with Come to us for your field seed, clover and timothy, hay, dairy feed, cotton seed meal, anything in hardMake your headquarters at our store, it's the ware. place for farmers and everybody to get the market prices and all news. 50. We have many items in our store that we have kept the price much under the market. The reduced prices on our men's apparel are very low, with the quality excellent and the style correct. This is our method of meeting conditions fairly and squarely, and of sacrificing just profits during the period of read- justment. We invite your inspection. J. M. Coyle & Co. Berea, Ky. The Woman's Club Bazaar will have three booths, one for fnncy ar- Scruggs, Welch & Gay AGED MAN PASSES AWAY After a one week's illness J. M. ticles, one for1 toys, nnd one for REAL ESTATE AGENTS Coyle, Sr., died at Robinson Hospital, kitchen nrticles and food. VocaFriday, November 19, at the age of tional Chapel, Monday, December 13. Berca, Kentucky Advertisement. 80 years. He leaves his wife, four sons nnd one daughter. Two sons COMMISSIONERS' SALE nnd four daughters preceded him to F. L. MOORE'S John Collins' Heirs. Plaintiff his reward. vs. At tho time of his death he had sixty-nin- e grandchildren and sixty John Collins' Heirs. Defendants great grandchildren living. Most of Pursuant to judgment and order of his live was spent in Estill county, sale entered In the nbove styled acFOR near Locust Branch, on a farm. He tion, by tho Madison Circuit Court, First Class Repairing had been a member of the Christian at its October Term, 1920, the undersigned Commissioner will expose to church for fifty years. AND The funeral services were con public sale to the highest and best bidder on the premises in Berca, Ky., ducted at the residence in Berca on Fine Line of Jewelry November 21 by tho Christian min- on Saturday, December 11th, 1920, MAIN ST. BEREA. KY a nt 2:00 o'clock p. m., the following ister, W. J. Hudspeth. It wa described property: touching, impressive and appropriA cortain trnct or parcel of land ate service. A quartet, consisting of -Henry Muncy, Ora Gabbard, Laura with improvements thereon, located Gabbard and W. J. Hudspeth, ndded in Berca, Ky., beginning nt a stake KILLS RATS to tho impressivencss of the occa- at tho southeast corner to lot owned AUo inlets A tiftotiitrly irtvnta by Mary White, thence an easterly iMlnrft t rum rumi sion. piirknir On contra Til Irowo UiU. to Locust direction with said White and Sal lie The remains wore taken raltm-nmlvlne with otlirr food, iunrnlrl (I Branch, whero tho burial took place. Davis line to Eliza Yocum lot, hence 3flo ir ink) rtiough fur I'milry. These services were in charge of the a southerly direction with her line Kltclirii, or Ollnr. one hundred feet to a stake, thon'ie flftc ftlrn ('! rak) for Chicken Masons. House, roo, or auuill Itillilliif n westerly direction with Paulino 9 14 A ilrn (5 rakes) enough fur nil PROGRESS CLUB BAZAAR Shockley's lot to the cast sldo of Railfarm Mm! out hullllne iloni factory huUilliiK in Mrs. S. R. Baker's store, Friday, road street, thence with Railroad hold anil Ouaraute! hjr December 10. All useful Christmas street ono hundred feet to the I'ortor.Moore Drug Co, gifts. Advertisement. Hcnsley & Cornett week. Hensley & Cornett Succcuori to S. E. Welch Department Store Berea Kentucky Jewelry Store Buy Early Procrastination is the thief of time. Your time is money. If you buy early, you will be pleased with your Christmas purchase, and get what you want. It is worth the difference. Box paper makes a nice present. And is used by all. We have a fine lot to select from. The price is reasonable. We have lots of good candy. Let us give you price on quantity lots for Christmas. Come in and let us show you the good R AT SNAP ItAT-MNA- T things. We are glad when you are pleased. Main Street liullil-tnga,i- ir R. R. HARRIS Bcrea, Kjr. BIG REDUCTION IN PRICES On Shoes, Suits, Coats, Skirts, Piece Goods, etc., all new, clean goods. A general reduction in prices on all lines of merchandise. COME AND SEE THE MANY BARGAINS YOU CAN GET MRS. S. R. BAKER Main Street T Berea. Kentucky J December 2, 1020. THE CITIZEN Pago Three A family newspaper published every Thursday by IJHKF.A PUnUSHINQ CO. (Incorporated) Rlltor J. O. LEHMAN, THE CITIZEN Aoclte t Mere, Kr., MAR.1II ALL K. VAUOMN, Klltor nl Butlnria Msnsger Knternl si the pMtofTlf. onl dim mU mstter. Payable In advance. On. rear, It.M; dx months, Meenli; three months, M rents. Porrlirn Advertising sunacmiTioN katks IUprrwnttlr. The American I'ren AiwxrUtlon. Public Health And Nursing A few ilnyn ngo an oditorinl dealing with tho shortage of nursca nnd doctors In Amcrlcn appeared In tho New York Tribune. Tho discussion was later taken up by other dallies, nnd various suggestions for tho solution of tho problem wore mndc. Leading nil answers to queries mado by tho Trlbuno for suggestions was "tho nurso and doctor must bo better paid." Tho second lead lng nnswer wns, "Tho course for registered nurses is too long." Referring to tho first nnswer, wo must say wo aro not quito ready to agree that theso two public servants are underpaid. Thcro aro certain professions whoso vnluo cannot bo estimated in terms of money. Among these aro preaching, teaching, and ministering to tho sick. When n llfo is hnnging by n thread nnd tho faithful doctor and nurse stay by, nnd tho llfo Is saved, any financial consideration would bo a fceblo remuneration. It la hoped that no doctor or nurse ever undertakes to balance the services rendered by tho chnrges made. Tho nurao nnd doctor must expect n fair and cqultablo remuneration. They must get of efficiency, nnd enough to keep tho sclenco to tho their families in comfort. And wo believe a careful investigation of tho Incomes of competent doctors, and nurses, too, for that matter, will show that they rnnk higher than any of tho ministering professions. The second nnswer mndo to tho Tribune's inquiry will provoke controversy. The medical profession nlmost universally demands thnt all courses for nurses be long and technical, while there are many worthy people who maintain, and can demonstrate, that a shorter prnctical course for nurses, emphasizing general community health, Is more dcslrablo for the needs of tho nvcrage community than n long technical course which trains the nurse to tnko Interest only in acute emergency cases. Tho greatest need in Kentucky today is n health crusade. Every school and every organization that exists in tho great rural sections of our State should be enlisted in n better health campaign. It is coming, but along with it must come an nmplo supply of community nurses. They should hnvo tho best preparation possible for their great work. It should includo a mastery of the elemental lnws of psychology, a course in soclnl service, as well as tho regular course in earing for tho sick. Psychology will trnin them how to handle nnd lead people. Social service will bring out tho relationship between henlth, hygiene nnd soclnl hnblts. And n practical knowledge of the fundamental laws of llfo and death will cnnblo them to glvo tho proper treatment at tho proper time. Nursing Is a profession which should mako a loud appeal to all women who hnvo an Inclination to be helpful to their fellow-meIt is not a profession open to persons disappointed in life, or those not knowing what they want to do. Listen to the words of Florence Nlghtingnlc. whoso life nnd character hnvo glorified tho profession. She said, 'It is n commonly received idea among men, nnd even among women themselves, that It requires nothing but a disappointment in love, n womnn without nn object, with general disgust nnd incapacity for other things, to turn a woman into n good nurse. This reminds one of n pnrish where n stupid old mnn was set to be a schoolmaster because 'he was past keeping tho pigs.' Apply the nbove receipt for making n good nurs j to mnking n good sorvnnt, nnd tho receipt will be found to fail. The everyday management of a large ward, let nlone of n hospital, tho knowing whnt nro tho lnws of life and death for man aro not these mnttcrs of sufficient importance nnd difficulty to require learning by experience nnd enreful inquiry, just ns much as nny other nrtT They do not como by inspiration to the lady disappointed in love, nor to tho poor workhouso drudge, hnrd up for n livelihood." Theso are eloquent words, spoken by tho Queen of Nurses, whoso prnlscs were sung by thousands of men In thrco great wars, whoso life has been a benediction to millions of people, nnd whose nnmo Is revered wherever the foot of civilization hns trod. There is a shortngo of thousands of nurses In the United Stntcs. Two thousand could be used today in the South alone. Humanity needs them and Is ready to pay for them. Young women, wnkc up and Answer tho call I top-notc- h n. In Kentucky educational nlTalrs n few years ngo that resulted In great improvement in public schools. Soclnl legislative measures always demand much of her time. Everything for Improving llfo conditions among her people appealed to her. It was customary for thoso who sought to promote special social measures to sock her endorsement cnrly. It wa likewise customary for tho leaders of civic nnd social welfare organizations to seek her ndvlco and Invito her to shnro the executive responsibility. In all matters related to the public good she was n worthy descendant of Henry Clay. her I never knew her In her homo life. I knew her only ns tho aggressive, constructive worker for tho common good. Hut no one who possessed tho passion for helping humanity as she did could fail to bo gentle nnd and supremely ideal In her home relations. When the history of soclnl welfare work in Kentucky Is written, a first mmi mrnn wteinatmhh SJNMrSOKE Lesson (Uy REV. Berea College Hospital ftet Equipment sun-Timo- and Service at I.owest Cot. Wards for Men and for Women. private Kooms, iiatin, F.lcctrlc Service. Surgery, Care in Child birth, Eye, Nose and Ear GENERAL PRACTICE " Come in and visit an establWimcnt, which Is a Irlend In need, and In reach of all the people. KonKRT Teacher of English Illbla In the Moody Ulble Institute of Chicago.) (Bl Wnlorn Nwippf Union.) I U, KITZWATKIt, D. D., LESSON FOR DECEMBER 5 THE GROWTH OF THE KINGDOM. I.KSSON TEXT Mntt. 13:24-3OOI.DEN TEXT Fret not thyself 17:1. cause of be- Harlan Dudliy, M.I)., Phrslclan Maroarit S. Grant, M. D., Physician Mary H. CowLKY, M.I)., Physician Miss Lonoacric, R.N., Superintendent Miss Nkli.ik Mim.kr, R.M., Head Nurie iMtlMAltv topic Jmiu' Story About Oood Seed and Had Seed, JUNIOR TOPIC The Story of the Wheat and the Tares. INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOPIC YOUNO PEOPLE AND ADULT TU1-1How the Kingdom of Heaven Grows. CHANCE IN RATES Ilcginnlng March t, the rates for board and room of private patients will be f 15 to $t8 per week. The rates for patients cared for in the wards will remain the lame $t per day. Hjr Order of Prudential Committee. Ilerea College Wheat and Tares. D. H. Smith W. W. Rominger plnco will bo accorded Mrs. Breckcn-ridg- c. John P. Smith Tort Crane, N. Y., Nov. 17, 1920 Berea Publishing Company, Gentlemen: Enclosed find my check for $1.50 for which plense send mo Tho Citizen for ono year. I feel at n loss without it, ns I spent forty yenrs of my llfo in Owsley, Jnckson, Clay nnd Rockcnstlcs counties. I presume my friends nnd klnfolks would liko to know whnt hns become of me. I am rt ill in the lnnd of the living. I on a largo dairy farm near Port Crane, N.Y., only seven miles north of N. Y., ono of the fastest growing cities of the grand old state of New York. This is n good form ing nnd dairying country, but few peoplo on the farms that aro ablo to do much work, ns nearly all tho young people have gone to the cities, ni this is n great manufacturing state. Wo havo fino roads and good schools nnd churches. Hnve nlso the best mnrkets for all farm products. Good farms can be purchased hero with stock and tools, only n few hundred dollars down nnd small payments each year. If there is anyone that would liko to locnte here, If they will write me, I will put them in touch with some reliable real estate company. With best wishes to The Berea Citizen and its many readers, W. M. Wilson COMMUNITY THANKSGIVING AT SILVER CREEK Tho peoplo of Silver Creek neighborhood will long remember Thanks giving Day, 1920. It was entirely n home-mad- e affair. Plans were made sumo weeks previous by tho recently organized Sunday-schoat the Wednesday night Community meeting, Various committees were appointed, whoso splendid work deserves high praise. A number of young men met nt the church tho day befoio Thanksgiving nnd put in new win dow lights, arranged tnblcs and helped decorate tho building. Some men with teams hauled gravel to fill mud holes nnd make a good walk from the pike to the schoolhouse. Tho school children under Mrs. An derson gavo a nice program in tho group of brilliant women who have forenoon nt the schoolhouse, which MRS. DKSHA IlRECKENRIDfiE Kentucky has been most fortunntc done so much for tho State, she wns grently enjoyed by n full house, in having n group of women to Icndl easily occupied a first place. As a Following this tho boys nnd men took in constructive social welfare work; publicist and platform speaker sho part in nthlctic stunts, including a nmong the citizens of tho Common- -' had no superior In America. tug of wnr, which was greatly cn Everything that was constructive joyed by all. wealth. Practically every Important step taken in recent years towards and worth whilo in welfnro work atPromptly at noon the crowd went improving tho health and civic con- tracted her attention. Sho cham- to the church nearby, where the com ditions of tho people hns been cham- pioned tho causo of woman suffrage mittee (a number of good house pioned by tho women's clubs, and from tho time when men merely wives) had beautifully prepared a tho majority of theso movements smiled nt the mention of it till it be- most bountiful dinner, set on three In havo originated tho women's came n reality through federal monstrous tnblcs which fnirly groaned amendment. She was a central fac under innumerable dishes of chicken clubs. Ono of tho leaders in club work tor In tho campaign against tuber- boiled hnm, baked beans, salads pre for n number of yenrs was Mrs. culosis from Its very beginning. She serves, jellies, pics, cakes, etc, Among tho took nn nctivo part in the upheaval Those large tables had to bo set tho Desha Brcckcnridgo. second time to accommodate nil the people, nnd yet many bnskets worn not opened nt nil. Tho nfter dinner program wns mado up of appropriate songs and servico of praise. Thanksgiving wns Successors to Welch's expressed by a number of local peo ple. Young and old took part and enjoyed tho services In true Thanks giving spirit. It was an inspiring sight to seo children, parents nnd grandparents grouped about tho We have just received a new shipment of blending their voices in songs of praise. Mr. Bowmnn gavo an Im pressivo tnlk to parents. A frec-wl- il offering wns generously given to pny for window lights, fuel, etc. Althogcthcr It was a most insplr Ins and happy occasion, of which any community mny bo justly pround Plans are now being mado for n Christmas excrctso nnd other pleas (Latest Style) nnt occasions will bo enjoyed from tlmo to time. Blng-hnmto- n, ol BEREA DRUG COMPANY or-g- Latest Fiction Rings Watches Stationery College Pennants Bibles BEREA DRUG COMPANY Phone 59 Berea, Ky. Guard Against llurglarx, Hut What About Rats? Rats steal millions of dollars' worth of grain, chickens, eggs, etc. Destroy property and nro a menace to health. If you aro troubled with rats, try It will surely kill them prevent odors. Uats or dogs won't touch it. Comes In cakes. Three sizes, 35c, 65, $1.25. Sold an guaranteed oy Porter-Moor- e Drug Co. Hensley & Cornett You RAT-SNA- The imrnbtes of tills clinpter set forth In a graphic wny the condition of affairs In the Interval between Christ's going awny nnd Ills coming ognln, I, The Parable of the Wheat and Funeral Directors ). cf. Tares (vv. (1) The Son of 1. The Sowers. .Mnn (v. 37). He Is the One who sows We are now open for business with a the good ed. The field In which they ore sown Is the world. (2) The Devil full line of burial supplies. Auto and (v. 30). lie Is In a peculiar sense Horse Drawn Hearses. Embalming. Christ's enemy. He Intensely hates Him. nnd with relentless energy Is Calls Answered Day or Night. striving to defeat His purpose In sav slumber, lie sows ing men. While men In The Concrete Block between J. M. tnros ntnong the wheat. Coyle C& Co. and H. C. Pennington, on They ore 2. The growing crops. Chestnut Street. not canity distinguished while growing, but the effects produced when eaten are quite different. Tho wheat Is wholesome, but the tares produce IllBerea, Kentucky ness. The chief danger In the tnrcs Phone 130 lies In their resemhlnnce to wheat. The chief (lunger of the devil Is that he strives to Imitate God. There comes a 3. The hnrvests. time when the fruitage of the growing genious operation. It consists in reTUBERCULOSIS V. crops shnll be gathered. For the tores moving a piece of bone from tho shin By Dr. It. II. Cowley there Is a furnace of fire where there bone, long enough to reach over fivo shnll be walling and gnashing of teeth. Whnt am I to do If I find that I or six vertebrae. This piece of bono The righteous shall he gathered Into have contracted tuberculosis? is placed in the back in such a way the Lord's garner and shnll shine forth If tho disease is locnted In the that it lines agninst the spines of as the sun In the kingdom of the bone, joint, or lymph glands nnd is tho diseased vertebrae nnd the two Father. dingnosed early it Is usually readily nbovo and the two below. It grows II. The Parable of the Mustard cured. The longer the disease exSeed (vv. 31, 3L). in solid and nets as n splint holding the 1. Its Important beginning. It be- ists before being discovered, the spino stiff over the diseased part gins as the least of all seeds and grows harder it Is to cure. Tuberculosis nnd so taking the placo of the part to be the greatest among herbs. The of tho glands, especially in the neck, disolved away by tho parentage and bumble circumstances is usually dingnosed cnrly, but when that has been 6f the King greatly perplexed the peo- it Is in the spine, the hip joint or disease. ple. Thnt twelve unlettered fishermen other obscure bone, Theso cases are all hopeful if they it is frequently should be selected as Ills royal called rheumatism for 0 year or more; aro recognized early. If let go too Is still more amazing. The proph long, they may require extensive opHun that He and when recognized for what It Is,' et said concerning erations and even with tho best of should be despised, rejected, forsaken. It has gone so far as to be very caro may be impossible to cure. Tho very difficult to cure. 2. Its vigorous growth. From diag Tho cure for these kinds of tuber- next article will deal with the small beginnings the Influence of the Christ hns gone forth so that there Is culosis consists in absolute rest of nosis of consumption or plumonary no power or Influence so great as that the part and the use of tuberculin. tuberculosis. Don't miss it. If you neighbor does. of Chrlstlnnlty. The part must be put nt rest in n don't need it, your 3. Its lodging capacity. The birds plnster enst nnd kept so till entirely which find lodgment In the tree do not represent the children of men which healed. This mny tnke mnny months, find safety and salvation In the church. but it Is tho only way out, nnd must Birds constitute no part of the tree, bo done whatever trouble and exTho bird Is something foreign to and pense it may cause. o do mire, once they ent Independent of the tree. The branches Tho tuberculin treatment is espeAnil they lenv no odor behlnil. Don't Increase the growth of the tree, but cially good for these cases. Some tnko our wonl for It tr a package. Cat Rinl (logrt won't touch It. ltat pimt birds nre Injurious nnd burdensome to up nil food to get doctors do not believe in using tuberThree It. They are predatory waiting to size. pluck the tender buds or to prey upon culin in nny case, but the men who 35c dire (I rake) enoughfor Pnntry Kitchen, or Cellar. the ripened fruit. The effect of such specialize In the treatment of tuber63c sire (3vnk) for Chicken lloune, lodging Is evil, blighting and spoiling culosis all use it, and when it Is proproopH, or it mall buildings to the tree. erly used it produces wonderful ref 1.20 size (5 enkek) enough for nil ntorng buildfarm and III. The Parable of the Leavened sults, especially in the bone, joint and ing. r factory building. Meal (v. 33). Hold and Guaranteed by glandular typo of the disease. Porter-Moor- e 1. The meal. Meal hns a wholesome Drug Co. For tuberculosis of the spine thero Hensley & Cornett and nutritious effect. It was used In has been lately devised n very In offerings, which one of the sweet-savo- r typified Christ (Lev. 2:1-3- . It. V.); It was food for the priests (Lev. 0:15-17- , It. V.) ; Abraham had Sarah knead a cake out of three measures of meal (Gen, for the angelic messengers 18:0); Solomon's royal table was pro vlded with meal (I Kings 4:22) ; Elijah 3-Ewas fed upon a cake made of meal gg (II Kings 4:41); Kllslia used meal as au antidote for the poison of death In NEW ROYAL COOK BOOK the pot (II Kings 4:38-412. The woman. The woman Is not Angel cake ANfairly melts that the head of the home, but Its adminisin trator. Her responsibility Is to toko your mouth. Instead tho brend provided by the head, pre of eight eggs it can be made with three and pare nnd distribute It to tho children, the yolks of the eggs In Scripture we find false doctrine be can be used (or a Royal ing tnught by n womnn (Ilev. 2:20) Sunshine cake. Dealing with doctrine Is forbidden to Angel Cake woman (I Tim. 2:12). In I Tim. 4:1-3- ; 1 cup sugar II Tim. 2:17, 18; 4:3, 4; H Pet. 2:1-3- . 1H cups Hour we find that apostasy will be brought teaspoon cream of tartar In through false teachings within 3 teaspoons Royal Dak-In- n the ranks of Rod's people. The powder H teaspoon salt meaning, then, of the parable Is that cup scalded mlltc the tmo doctrine, the meal given for 1 teaspoon almond or vanilla extract the nourishment of the children of the whites of 3 cess kingdom (II Pet. 2:2; I Tim. 4:0), Mix and sift first five Inwould officially he corrupted by fulso gredients four times. AiKl milk very glowly, whllo doctrine. The children's food Is cor still hot. Dentins continurupted by tho mother. ally; add vanilla; mix well nnd fold In whites of okks 3. The leaven. In Scripture, leaven beaten until light. Turn Is Invnrlahly n typo of evil. Let the Into ungrcased angel cako following examples sullice as proof: tin and bakn In very slow oven about 43 minutes. (1) All through the Old Testament Ilemove from oveu; Inleaven Is n continual nnd unvarying vert pan and allow to stand until cola. Cover type of evil (Kx. 12:irj Lev. 2:11), top and sides with cither (2) Jesus himself makes leaven to white or chocolato Icing. Made from Cream of Tartar, denole sin (Mntt. 10:0. 12; Mark 8:15). Sunshine Cake derived from grapes. (3) Paul uses leaven In Its usual bibli3 tablespoons shortening cup sugar 5:0-8- ; cal sense (I Cor. Gal. .1:8, 0). of 3 eggs teaspoon llavorlos extract Nothing Too Little. hi cup milk Our Lord teaches that nothing Is too iSi cups Hour J teaspoons Itoy&l Dak-ln- ir little to be ordered by our Futher, Powder nothing loo little In which to see His FREE Cream shortening; add bund, nothing which touches our souls augar and gradually, Dy all means get the new yolks of eggs which havo too little to accept from Him, nothing Itoyal Cook Book Just been beaten until inicx; too llttlo to be done for Him. .Since out. Contains theae and add ll.un,ln,i mitt t n 400 other delightful, helpgettier - (lour and baklntf the hairs of our heud are all numail,1 .IFur. 1.. AK. ful recipes. Tree for tho I'u n u l bered, so Is every throb or shoot it asking. Write TODAY to nately. a little at a time, with the milk to first mixpain, every heating or aching of the EOVAL BAKI.NO POWDER CO. ture. Hake In greased loaf Ill fallen feUurf, Ktv.York Oitj heart. Kvery tear widen starts Is seen, pan In moderate oven to 45 mlnuLs. Cover wltb and If wept to Him Is guthcred up to white Icing. Him. Kvery secret wish und prayer He hears while yet muttered or unformed. Dr. IHisey. Smith Rominger 24-3- R ATS DIE IlAT-SNA- ItAT-SN'- Another Royal Suggestion Angel and Sunshine Cakes ). From the ROYAL BAKING Ahmmlutmly Purm POWDER V. 1 -- Money r UU 0001 01 OF 01(1(1 WORTH I Money r Furniture House Furnishings, Rugs, Linoleum, Matting, Dishes, Aluminum, Agateware, Glassware, Stoves of every description, Sewing Machines, Kitchen Cabinets, Wagons, Harness, Farming Implements, Fence Wire, in fact everything for the home and the farm, to be sold for the next 15 DAYS at prices that will appeal to the economical man or woman. --R. H. CHRISMAN. Creditors Are Clamoring For Their Money In taking over the Furniture, Undertaking and Implement business of the Welch Department Stores amounting to $60,000, 1 thereby assumed the firm's heavy indebtedness against these departments amounting to many thousands of dollars, and this in addition to the obligation connected with my original business has taxed my financial strength to its full capacity. Unless I can turn a fourth to a third of the combined stocks in the next fifteen days, I AM DOOMED FINANCIALLY. Open Evenings It is not profit or cost I need now IT IS MONEY and as an incentive to early Duymg l will give away 100 New, Crisp $1.00 Bills the first four opening days. Kead elsewhere for particulars. .The stores will be closed next Monday and Tuesday to arrange the stock and prices and the dotrs will be opened on 'i Open Evenings Wednesday Morning, December 8th, at 8 O'Clock And the Great Unloading Sale will Begin. Everything will be thrown into this sale at the old stand and the new. Look For the Big Signs Sewing Machines f carload of the celebrated Free Sewing Machine selling regularly at $99 each, going at this sale for $69 each. About twenty five second hand Singers, rsew Homes, Davis, Whites, and "bears Roebucks going at S4.75 to 25.00 each. A full Good Short termites plements, Bn4-creamarat-ori r Buy your wile accepted same as cash.prices and now at May 1st 5t- - wagons, im- save-mone- y. hri tnta Flexible Flyers $1.85 Big Heavy Comfortables 3.95 5 dozen Crex Rugs 95 Gold Frame Mirror ch Cfhe. Extra Special . Only 6, 9x12 Wilton rugs $135 values going for the sale at $79.00 each. In taking over the Welch Store business, I find there are the 1 Addressograph following fixtures for sale: 1 Todd check, protector 5 dozen dictograph records 1 Record shaving machine r Picture framing machine 1 Buggy rubber tire-in- g machine 1 Mimeograph 1 Time recording clock suitable 2 Dictographs 1 Cash register for 100 employees, etc. Children's Garden Tools (hoes, rakes, shoves Coaiteragont, Coasters, Kiddie Kars, Dolls, Sleighs, Carriages and hundreds of suitable and serviceable toys for the children. Santa Claus is sure to make this his headquarters. tore Stoves and Ranges 2 dozen 2 cap Laundry Stoves 5 jg 59 18c ir dozen sheet Drum Stoves 1000 ironic ID pi. c fr f 1 joints 6 inch stove pipe Blue Grass Iron Play Wagona $2.48 Big Woolen Bed Blankets 3.45 to 12.50 2 dozen Buggy Storm Aprons 1.98 18x36 n. Moore' Air Tight The stove that burns the soot, the smoke, and thevw & $1.98 Iron Post Beds, full size $9.50 Folding Bed Springs 3.48 Way Sagless Bed Springs ....10.45 Excelsior Cotton Mattress Full sire 6.75 All Cotton Mattress 50-l$15 value, sale price ....19.75 Good Grade Felt Mattress 45-I$20 value, sale price .. .15.75 Best Grade Felt, guaranteed, S25 value, sale price ....20.75 b. b. 45-Ib. $65.00, $62.50 Cole's hot blasts in all tizes. vCSS ! In 3- - Electric Vacuum Cleaner. 35.00 Bissell's Carpet Sweeper 3.48 piece Willow Tapestry Chair, Couch and Rocker, $150 value, sale price $98.00 Medium size Oak Dresser with Mirror 22.45 Large size Oak Dresser with Mirror 29.50 4- - inch leg, oak Library Table 18.75 S150.00 High Top Organ with Mirror, Beautifully finished 6 Octaves Price... 68.50 Globe Wernicke Sectional Book-Casper section 3.98 Extra fine quality oak China Closet to go for 33.75 Large Sewing Rocking Chair 47.50 down to 3.50 Chifforobes 60.00 down to 27.50 f Kitchen Chairs - Cane Bottom 1.23 Oak Dining Room Chairs. 1.98 Oak Extension Dining Room Table 15.75 e, A Car Load of Each The Majestic and the Original I have secured the Complete Outfit Funeral Equipment, Black or White Drawn 2 Funeral Carriages, Lowering Device, Stretchers and Church Trucks to go at a bargain. Uwf.a Cfu3ol HtXlla. OpCCIal. Hearse, Wagons 4 Car Loads Old Hickory, Weber, Birdsell, Mogul. Brown and Avery brands. Compare They The Hoosiec and the Sellers Cabinets need no introduction. 75.00 values $62.50 " 57.50 70.00 " 52.50 65 00 Other Makes 33.75 40.00 values " 27.50 35.00 200 Rolls heavy 3 Ply services of R. A. Wilson, of New York, to assist me in this Big Unloading Sale. Mr. Wilson needs no introduction to the people Malleable are the best known ranges of the age. Thev are worth on to $124.50 day's list $156. You can have your choice during this sale for only The best medium price stove or range on earth is the Foster and 1 have just under the present list. During received a full car load which were bought 10 this sale I'll give an extra io$j making 20 off the present price. $67.50 One $150 Globe hard coal burner, full nickel No. 116 used one month Home Comfort Range good as new $75.00 One South Bend of Central Kentucky. Hot coffee will be served from 1 to 3 o'clock each of the 4 opening days. Pianos, Piano Players and Columbia Grafanolas 400 Columbia and Victor Records $1.00 size ... $12 Columbia Grafanolas 48c $98.00 $498.00 these prices. are 10 per cent under present whole sale. 2 y2 2 Water Proof Roofing 3.50 value 2.98 Kingston Player Piano $675 value Wurlitzer Piano 475 value Two Cars American Wire Fence $ 98.00 $398.00 inch, Gear only Complete..... " 3 3l4 " Only 2 " " " " Army wagons complete, cost $225 each to build going at, each 102.50 Complete 107.50 Complete 112.50 Complete $137.50 142.50 4 Ft. No. 9 top and bottom No. 11 fillers 147.50 150.00 $98.00 ..55c Gates, Barbed Wire and all other lengths of fence at all prices. The market is than ever. higher y 11 1 1 to-da- 4" "10 " " " " " 58c 4 48c 4 all No. 9 American Fence One Car load Southern Fence lines It. No. 9 top and bottom No. 75c W Christmas is near at hand and we would suggest a careful inspection of our stores before buying. This Qriprial Prices. sale is not held primarily on account of a decline in In fact I have had notice of advance Prices in some lines during the last 60 davs. It is a sale to reduce stock and raise money. Rugs, Linoleum, Matting Do your Xmas buying now. If you are not prepared to pay in full, by making a small payment we will lay anything you wish aside for a few days. Buy a Rocking Chair for Father. Buy a Hoosier Cabinet for Mother. 32.50 9x12 Tapestry Rugs 47.50 9x12 Axminster Rugs 69c Felt Base Linoleum 42c Rolls Matting 25 9x12 Extra Buggies and Farm Implements car loads Phoenix, Old Hickory Owensboro and Ames Buggies. Full leather top and side curtains, rubber tires, values $165 to $185, sale price 0 50 Oliver, Vulcan and Chattanooga Chilled Plows, $25 values, sale price $19.75 Section Harrows $25 and $30 values, to go for 24.50 & 19.50 40- - 50- - and wj No. 11 Oliver Sulkey Plows, No. 40 base $100 values, sale price 72.50 1 Ford Tractor 1 Oliver Tractor Plow 1 6 Double Gang Tractor Disc, value $1 130, sale price 1080.00 10 $100 values, sale price 72.50 300 bundles of Bale Ties (hay) at 2.50 and 2.75 200 squares Galvanized Roofing, per square 8.00 Second-han- d Ford Trucks and ton Cheap for Cash 2 $148.50-$168.560-tooth 28-1- ot Culti-Packer- s, Aluminum Kettle $1.23 Copper Bottom Wash Boilers 1.38 grey enamel dish pan .98 0'J Carpet beaters 19 No. 7 Iron skillet 79 black tin pail 79 Slop jar and covers 21 Flour sifters 13 Enamel pie plates 09 Pancake turners 19 C Glass tumblers 27 Bracket lamp complete .... .98 Small platters 19 1.69 d saucers d bowls 61 6 Gold band -- soap dishes .. .48, Fancy cake plates 48 GOO Hand lamps ...98 down to .18 Opaque curtains 500 picture frames complete with mat and glass in gold and mission Hand-painteHand-painte- glass water pitcher 1- .39 .29 Gal. water bottles Nickel trimmed syrup pitchers .39 Glass creamer and sue;arbowl .23 .13 Vinegar cruse C Sherbet glasses .42 .01 Salt or pepper .23 Janliniers .23 Berry dishes r Tickle dishes .17 k Glass preserve dish and cover .39 Large platters .42 v 1, .73 Gold band tureen 1.000 glass sauce dishes 6 for .19 2, .95 Club bags $1.95 down to .23 ar ..s... Matting Rugs 5.75 Big lot of trunks bags and suit-case- s at pre-w- prices. on -- CASH AND ONE PRICE TO ALL Remember the Great Unloading Sale Will Start Wednesday, December 8th at 8 O'clock EXTRA SPECIAL 25 new $1.00 bills will be given away to 25 people on each of the four opening days. No chance, no scheme. Something new and novel. Everyone come. Hundreds of useful Christmas Gifts. Attend the Opening Days, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, December 8, 9, 10 and 11 EXTRA SPECIAL Car fare will be paid to customers from Lancaster Richmond and Mr. Vernon vicinities on purchases of $50.00 or over. $500 Worth of House Paint at Cost R. H. Chrisman, Berea,Ky4 $25 will be given to 25 people each of the four Opening Days Faga Six THE CITIZEN December 2, 1020 body wns brought bnck And buried POWELL COUNTY Annvillo Vaughns Milt with Mnsonlc honors. Mr. Mcdlock wns well known Vaughns Mill, Nov. 29. New corn nnd loved by mnny. Wo extend our hns started hero nt $5.00 per bnrrcl, heart-fe- lt sympnthlcs to his fnmiiy. In tho Hold. Miss Maud Bowcn, who is made ofjbcit wheat and by There is a great interest in tho wns recently nppolntcd to fill out tho most improved methods meeting nt tho Green Hill church, by unexpired tlmo of Dudley Cnudcll, re No conrtpondf nt publUhrrf unlrii denn In foil br 1b writer. Thnmt fccv. P. M. Jones. It. E. Tnylor, who signed, mndo a visit to our public n eTdnta of (rood faith. Writ plainly. li not for publication, but was taken so suddenly ill, hns nbout school tho other day, giving n nico recovered. Justice Willis of East talk, which wns Inspiring nnd educant Indlnn Creek November 21 und 22. Rcrnstndt hns moved to the fnrm va tional. Miss Bowen is proving to bo JACKSON COUNTY For Sale By All Grocers A lnrge crowd wns present. P.ev. cntcd by Mrs. Margnrct Tnylor. Kerb? Knob n very competent successor. George Kcrby Knob, Nov. 29 Mrs. Ornn Young nnd Miss Jacobs of McKeo nnd merchant W. Bush, postmnsler R. L. POTTS & SON Whiles Slalkm, Ky. Phone 156-- 3 Click and children nrc spending the visited church here yestcrdny. Quito hero for tho pnst twenty yenrs, hns OWSLEY COUNTY week-en- d with her pnrcnts, Mr. nnd n large crowd of juniors from Hurley sold out to Oscnr Daniel nnd moved Trarelcra Rest Mrs. John Reynolds, of Lancaster nnd nttended the McKce lodge Snturdny to Winchester. Mr. Bush will reTrnvclers Rest, Nov. 29. Miss MADISON COUNTY night. Tho residence of Frnnk Robsister, Mrs. Luln Kelly of Hubble. enter tho mercantile business there. ling Workers (W. W.) nnd Busy Bees (B. B.). Clay Lick Snturdny morning. Elizabeth Hemphill returns from an Miss Lnncy Dorrs spent Thnnksgiv-in- s erts burned Powell county enn boast of her CIny Lick, Nov. 29. Wm. Stout, with her pnrcnts of Grccnmount, Scnreclv nnvthlng wns saved. Every extended visit with relatives and nvcrngo yield of corn nt 35 bushels who wns operated on Inst week for ROCKCASTLE COUNTY nccompnnicd by Anron Powell nnJ body is lending n helping hnnd. El - friends in Pcnnsylvnnln nnd New per ncre. surpnssing all other counappendicitis, is slowly improving. Disputnntn Willio Thomns. Radle Jolinson anl mcr Gnbbard nnd Miss Lucy Tinchcr .York todny, November 29. Mr. nnd ties of the sixth district. The Dlsputnntn, Nov. 30. Miss Mnry Lewis Botkins' children hnvo mumps. Sallio Powell, who nrc attending were married November 11. We wif.li Mrs. Wnltcr Wood of Sexton CrceK for tho State, 304 bushels, Is week-en- d with Mr. nnd Mrs. also surpassed by us. Never Isnnc Drew of Jnckson county is school nt McKce, spent Thanksgiving tho young couple a hnppy nnd pros spent the before Jones, who is tenching tho Davis P. P. McCollum on their return trip was Middle-Bottowith home folks. Bob Witt of Clover porous life. Jnke Angel from there such n demand in this school, visited homo folks from Frl- - visiting rclntivcs here. Earner Stout nnd Lizzie Powell of Durham fork took dinner with his aunt, Mr?. from Richmond with Dr. MnhnfTcy. county for corn shiickcrs. Those who dny until Sunday. Morris Phillips of Irvine wns cnllcd hero on account Ridge were united in marriage, No-- 1 Lethn Gnbbnrd, Sunday. Mrs. Louis. Tho pie supper given nt Travelers will work nt the job nrc receiving nnd Miss Anglo Payne wcro quietly of tho Illness of his fnthcr, Wm. Rest school Friday night wns well $2.50 per dny nnd one menl vcmber 25. Several citizen of this Gcbbnrd is very poorly. Mrs. or fifty married at the homo of tho bride's Stout. Mrs. Tine Williams nnd chilzie Hurley burned herself very badly nttended, proceeds $12.05. A tncky cents n barrel. Citizen renders, hnvc parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. O. M. Payne, dren spent n few days nt Dlsputnntn went to McKeo Saturday to testify in the trial of Beecham and with scclding water Saturday night. has started here at $5.00 per bnrrcl you selected thnt Chrlstmns present November 24. Lec Montgomery, who Inst week nnd nttended tho wedding Sunday-schois progressing very Prizes of fifty cents ench were given for your friend or relntlvo? Why has been very poorly with typhoid of her sister, Miss Angle Pnyne, to Cnrlo Smith, who were accused of Phillips of Wlldlo. Mrs. killing their father a few weeks ago. nicely. Wiley Hurley from Gooch- - to Wnltcr Young nnd Estclla Deeds, not send n yenr's subscription to The fever, Is improving. Hczlo Shearer Morris The infant child of Sidney Cnudill Citizen? A more appropriate gift was visiting his sister, Mrs. C. C. Dnvo Grnnt nnd Mrs. Pal Owens of The boys were bound over till Circuit lnnd is visiting his pnrcnts, Mr. nnd, is suffering with bronchial pneumo. could not be chosen, nnd we guaran Thomns, of Hart's Sunday. Berea were the guest of their sister, Court. Cash Russell is gone to Drip Mrs. Hurley. Charley Cole of Mrs. Georgo Huff, Thanksgiving Dny. has moved to the house va- nia. Miss Mac Gnbbard attended the tee they will think of you fifty-tw- o Rock to take care of his corn crop. pio supper at New Hope Lodge Wed-- Misses Addlo nnd Epple Willlnms Corn is selling for $5.00 per barrel; cated by Mrs. Maria Roberts. times n year. Rockford nesday night. Mr. Sigsbeo Scott eggs, GO cents per dozen. Mr and Rockford, Nov. 28. Tobacco strip- spent Snturdny and Sunday with paid homo folks a visit Sunday. their mother, Mrs. Dave Willlnms. Annvillo Mrs. Riley Stewart spent Saturday MADISON COUNTY ping is going on very rapidly. night nnd Sunday of last week with Annville, Nov. 27. School is proEstrldge School Thero is but little corn gnthered yet. John Pnyno of Big Clear Creek visited here Fridny. Mrs. Chnrlcs Ducrson Island City gressing nicely at Annville. The Mr. nnd Mrs. Andy Thomas. Estridgo School, Nov. 29. Owing James Grant is still very low. Island City, Nov. 2C Emmn to mumps nnd Inclement wenther, Mrs. W. C. Viars has been on tho nnd children wcro guests of her Bnptist church services have been changed form the second Saturday Banks, who was shot, is still living. our roll of honor Is short for the sick list for the past week, but is mother, Mrs. W. A. Ogg, on Wnlnut Botner Riley Burch nnd family have gono fifth month. The following names somo better now. The officers rnlded Mcndow, Snturdny nnd Sunday. W. Botncr, Nov. 27. Everyone in this and Sunday to the second Sunday and fourth Sunday and will not have any to Hnmilton, O. Taylor Sizcmoro of mnko up the roll: Earl Short, Ed n moonshine still one night Inst week H. nnd J. T. Stephens of, Rockford vicinity is busy gathering corn. win Short, Vinn Short, Myrtle Shock- - nnd captured two men and one got wero visiting relatives hero last James Dixon, formerly of McKee, church on Saturday at all. Lconnrd Taft was here on business recently. has his new house at this place ready Modlock. son of John Modlock. whos! R. Morris bought tho saw mill owned lev, Ednn Short nnd Grncc Short. nway. Others who wcro interested week. to move into. Simon Dixon nnd his homo was in Livingston, Ky., died ofjby Fields & Napier. R. J. Bowman Tho children who memorized Gnla- - escaped the olllcers. J. J. Bullcn hns aro: Katherino Gol had pneumonin for the last eight father have their new store house typhoid fever November 22, and his has been in the eastern pnrt of Ows- - tians 5:22-2.- 1 Wallaceton completed, and now ready to receive rcmains were brought to Annvillo and ley county during the week. James den, Ada Golden, Edna Botklns. fed- - (I3ys, Tjufis- me bttcr now. Thero Wnllnccton, Nov. 29. Mrs. J. W. the new stock of groceries which they Inid to rest Wednesdny in the old Blake has sold his farm. Mawn na Earl Campbell. Mary Chnsteen. wns an entertainment nt Walnut Wallace and Miss Emma Wallaco 'homo In Myr!e Shockley, .Furis.'Botklns, Jane Grovo school houso Thursday. Tho wero visiting Mrs. R. W. have purchased. The saw mill of burial ground near his father's home. Fields is gone to niako-hl- s Elkin FriHcfTner, Lucns &ptson will start He leaves a wife and two babies, nn Indinna. Circuit Court nt Booneville Rogers.. Tearl Rogers, Ednn Short, speeches and songs wcro highly ap- day, tho 19th. Miss Lucy Leo Kldd running again in a few diys. Jeff aged father and mother and threo will be in session soon with Hon. Vina Short, Leo O'Dell, Thclma preciated. Tho little folks had din- is confined to her homo with tho and Edjtsajrj Strong have just begun sisters. The revival began nt Green John C. Evcrsole presiding. Carlo O'Dcll, Albert O'Dell, Florn Lee ner on tho ground. Our roads arc mumps. Brother Childress filled his nro to bo Shockley, Myrtle Gndd nnd Etta very muddy since tho snow and rninv regular appointment nt tho Bnptist to haul tics from this place to Jlidc IlllUCovember 22, conducted by Re'. Davidson nnd A boy was born to Mr. by. A number of tho Estrldge School havo begun to fall, but car driving church last Sunday. He has station. Henry Sflcnce moved to his Jones of Laurel county. We are hav- been on just tho same. Leonard called for tho next year. Mrs. A. J. old home at Sturgeon, Ky. Charlie ing nice crowds, with the addition of nnd Mrs. Chester Allen, recently, children belong to tho M. H. C. nnd goes Wyatt moved from this place to Ows- two members already. Everybody is His name is Dalphfas. Samuel King aro now entitled to pins. Tho school Scalo and Miss Goorgio Llnvillc wcie Kidil wns visiting her son, John, of hns also originnted two clubs Wil- - recently married, nlso Robert Amj Whlto Hall. last week. Miss Mnrtha ley county. Mr. and Mrs. Robert invited to attend. Miss Alpha Gay and fnmiiy hnvo moved to Indiana. brose nnd Miss Celestln Croucher. Picknrd, who is visiting her grandWilson gave a turkey dinner Thanks- was the guest of Misses Creacy nnd Rosa Moore for supper Thanksgiving. giving. mother in tho mountains, visited Ml3 Fnnnic Kidd, Sundny. Miss Dora Conway Tyner with her Conway, Nov. 23. B. H. Shoe- Gentry spent last week-en- d Gray nawk Report ol the condition of The Jackson County Bank, doing business Tyner, Nov. 29. Whilo on his way Gray Hawk, Nov. 22. Mr. and Mrs. town,of McKee, County of Jackson, State of Kentucky, at the cloc maker nnd fnmiiy returned home Sun- sister. Mrs. Joe Goodrich of Pnint at the day from n week's visit with rela- Lick. Misses Mnrie nnd Fnnnic So-pJohn B. Begley moved one day last to Green Hill church Isaacs Reynold's of business on the 15th day of November, 1920: horse fell with hirri. Ho received and Mary Jennings spent Thankv tives in Harlan county. Chnrley nnd week to the top of tho Big Hill to RESOURCES Alex McCollum, J, M. Bniley nnd giving with Miss Clnrn Bowlln. Mr. stay with Bill Jones while his wifo several bruises and a badly skinneJ $116.201. oQ Dewey Coffee mndo n business trip and Mrs. Fred Shockley havo moved is gone J. H. Begley is trying to hend. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hays and Loans and Discounts 2,606.32 to Bercn, Fridays-M- rs. Sallic Bcldon Into tho houso with Mr. Edd Walget his son, Samuel, out of the army, family from McKce visited Mr. and Overdrafts, secured anil unsecured S6, iog.71 is visiting relatives in Ohio at pres- lace. John Hensley and family havo as he is needed to take care of him Mrs W. R. Reynolds and family dur- Stocks. Bonds and other Securities ing Thanksgiving. Mr. J. C. Gentry Due from Banks 117,472.46 ent. Miss Fnnnic McClure nnd Em- moved to their new homo nenr Paint and Mrs. Begley in their old age. 21,003.80 ma Wynn wcro In Conwny Saturday Lick. Mrs. Jennie Rogers hns had John Vicar was married to a Miss has sold his home to M. It. Hornsby Cash on hand 229.92 afternoon. Troy Dniley. Joo Call!-hn- n the flu, but Is Improving. Johnson of Mildred a few days ngo, and has moved to Ohio. Mr. Horns-- j Checks and other case items Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures. 1,600.00 nnd John Banks aro nt London Uncle George Robinson is some bet by and fnmiiy havo moved to their Wnlnut Mrndow this week, serving ns jurymen in the tor. Mrs. Mary E!.gham had ripe home vacated by Gentrys at Tyner. Totai Ray Moore, who has been at work 5345.3M.20 Federal court. The home of Thomas Walnut Mendow, Nov. 23. Little tomatoes for dinner, November 21. Dalton wns made very happy Friday Cecil Gnbbard, who was just recoverLIABILITIES Sam Fad Tincher was visiting at in Harlan, has returned home. Gentry from Tyner nnd Miss noon when their son, John, who had ing frim pneumonia, has hnd scarlet J. B. Bingham's Sunday. Miss Lola $15,000.00 been serving in tho army for tho last fover, but Is much Improved. Hcber were Captial Stock paid in, in cash Bingham will be home for Thanksgiv- Leckio Bowles of Richmond 8,000.00 fourteen years, returned home. married the 18. They will make their Surplus Fund His Morgan, has been sick with flu, ing. Irvan Adkins is all smiles. It 5,010.05 brother, Ben, camo homo Sundny for dirdcr Mulllns Is able to be out homo in Ohio. Misses Mollio and Undivided Profits, less expenses and taxes paid is a fine girl. Deposits subject to check $243,654. 15 Zoe Mooro attended the Thanksgiva visit with homo folks. Charlov again. Mrs. Hnnnah Shockley Is In 70,000.00 ing program Thursday at Blooming Time Deposits (Continued on Pago Seven) Maggard Is planning on making n Hnrley Cashier's Checks Outstanding 3,650.00 317.304.1$ business trip to Harlan this week. Ilurley, Nov. 21. There was church Grove. Miss Nannie Reynolds, who is teaching at Gray Hawk, is getting J. M. Bailey sold his fnrm nt ConTotal S345.3 ' J0 way nnd is planning on moving soon. Tho Farmer's Worst Enemy Rats. along nicely with her school. Tho Tyner school, with R. H. Farmer as The Farmer's Best Friend He is now in Ohio looking for a farm State of Kentucky, County oi Jackson, Set up teacher, is progressing nicely. Mrs. there. We, D. G. Collier and J. R. Hays, President and Cashier of the These are the words of James Bax- L. V. Morris and Miss Myrtlo Bishop Mini mlr. Hint's I. Ill nlil Cooksburg ' P lUMmyrr. dmim In rrllnlil rnili-it- l ter, N. J.: "Ever since I tried above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to visited relatives in Clay county the fnk" no lulling: with ullirr f ihmI. Cooksburg, Nov. 22. Cur Allen Is I have always kept it in the Vmi r iinncy lurk If l milt. the best of our knowledge and belief. house. Never fails. Used about $3 past week. Mrs. Bertha Dunigan has very sick; also Mrs Sallio Owens is a.le iii (I rnltr) rnuii(h fur D. G. Collier, President a year and fig- been very sick for some time. She worth of rnnlry, Kltilini or ('llnr. very sick. John R. Alcorn hns sold ure it saves mo $300 in chicks, eggs J. R. Hays, Cashier ll.le .li (4 rnWe.) for I'hlrhrn his fnrm to a Mr. Begley and has P is convenient, is now better. limit, riiapi or null I hiillilliiK, and feed. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 27th day of November, 1920. bought n plnco near Mt. Vernon. Wo f 1.3.1 lis (A mitral .imujili for all up cake, no mixing with just break farm iiml iiiit.lnillilliira, atorftgo Bond other food." Three sizes, 35c, 65c, aro sorry to have them leave us. IiiiIIiIIiik or factory IiiiIIiIImk'. R. M. Ward, Clerk Jackson County Court $1.25. Sold and gucranteed by Sulil nml Kimrnntfr.1 lijr Bond, Nov. 29. Leonard Mcdlock Our school is progressing with n Porter-Moor- e Drug Co. Fowler. D. C Byjohn Porter-Moor- e Drug Co. died at his homo last week. His lnrge attendance. nenslev & Cornett Henslev At Cornett East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else nt Potts' GOLD DUST Flour BEST BY TEST nv-crn- m Kiz-vkini- ty Mid-dlefo- rk I - -- n. ! JACKSON COUNTY BANK cr Lu-ci- Rat-Sna- K ILLS RATS HAT-SN- RAT-SNA- RAT-SNA- P RAT-SNA- Your Opportunity COLLEGIATE The crown of the whole Institution, which provides standard courses in all advanced subjects. Courses leading to Classical, Scientific, Philosophical and Literary Degrees. Tho school which trains both rural and city teachers, with special attention given to rural teaching. Equal standing with State Normals, and graduates aro given state certifinnd cates, courses. Six-yecourse beyond tho common branches for B.Ped. ACADEMY Tho Preparatory course, four years, is tho 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 tho best general education for those who cannot go further in school. NORMAL ar t A Any ambitious boy or cirl In tho mountnt ,. . . .. n . f!nllnfn. nr nnv nt 1 1. A uu .iimw T xor ?ioi a year. j ench student is required to do somo work, tho nbovo nmount Is reduced by tho nmount of work performed. A student of energy nnd rcllnbillty enn grently reduce the cash payment by work, uu n ucnt may expect to work out his entire expenses. 1 1 1 Coit Exceedingly Low WITI4IM TfJC nrtril rf ruuit """ it. icstvn ur inc. nnAr. 1 T--T ir- - PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE labor credits or both. nnd mny bo in ensh or EXPENSES FOR THE WINTER TERM Incidental fco for the term Room upkeep for tho term Board, 0 weeks AmniinK iltin Men VOCATIONAL Professional courses combined with literary subjects. For young men: Agriculture, Carpentry, Bricklaying, Printing, Blacksmithlng, Painting and Commerce. For young women: Home Science, Sewing, Nursing, Bookkeeping and Stenog- ; C " Women 0.00 ft.jo 8.40 in'r,0 ir.'nn coo Board, nt w flruf " weeks, duo middle of term Total for term ?OU.'JU $ZU.'HI $10.60 $17.40 1 $16.00 $41.40 raphy. FOUNDATION SCHOOL General education in the common branches for Btudents of good mental ability, above 15 years of age, who havo been deprived of tho advantages 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 Ladies Hall and Main Dining Room For Vocational and Foundation ntudents, subtract $1.00 from tha nbovo Incidental fee. For Colle pit ntndrnta ml, I nn L'.. student must send $4.00 deposit in advanco, othorwlso, room will not bo reserved. Commerce. Stenography, Typewriting and Penmanship aro from 60c. to $1.00 a week extra. Music Is also from 60c. to $1.00 a week extra. COST OF LIVING. By good business management and studied economy, tho Colleen la able lo reduce tho cost of living In Berea to tho lowoat posslblo figure. Tho limes aro working hard against us and the constant battlo with the high cost of all commodities is a trying one, but thus far the Col I ego has won. Tuition is free inoidnntnl rn a nn.i rr a term, according to tho course taken, room and board for about $123 a year and many other valuable and necessary addill ons to the student's school life, such as gymnasium, athletics. nuspiwu aim lectures aro iree. au siuaents irom the mountains above fifteen years of age, or good character, studious habits unu a willingness to wont aro invited and will find a whole- hearted welcome to Berca, but Ihoy must make reservations In advance. . Write for a Catalogued bok ol Chief Regulations, to the College Secretary, MARSHALL E.VAUGHN, lerea, Kentucky. December 2, 1020, THE CITIZEN PC 2:50 Completion Seven ummm CopvrighV All Rigfib ResotVod MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted 'by Mr. Kobcrt F. Spcncc, Karm Demonstrator and Special Investigator mm d --"J Author of Th CowflmchcrfElc Illurt ration Irwin Hyert huckwheiil hut be held her nrm In n strong grasp ngalnst which the weight of her slim llguru seemed hut ns a feather blown ngnlnst n wall. Then they set nbout their tnsk, hat the Koher-eyecows hnd no thought of being easily deprived of their feast, nnd It wns some time before they were nil turned hnck Into the pasture nnd the fence temporarily repaired behind them. "I can't thank you enough," Ileulnh was saying. "You Just keep piling one kindliest on top of another. Say, Jim, honest, what makes you do It?" Hut nt that moment the keen blast of an engine whistle came cutting through the ulr n long clear note, followed by n series of toots In rapid succession. "I guess they're running short of water," said Jim. "I must hustle." So snylng he ran to the fonl of the creek where the was still stnnd. Ing, nnd In n minute bis strong frame was sunylng back and forth to the rhythmic clanking of the pump. Mennuhlle other things were transpiring. Harris hnd returned from town the night before with the fixed Intention of paying nn early visit to the Farther West. He nnd lilies bad spent more time tbnn they should hnnsllng the vlllnge bar, while the latter drew u picture of rising color of the possibilities which the new Intids afforded. Harris was not n limn who abused himself with liquor, and Itlles. too, rarely forgot thut Indulgence was expensive, nnd had to he paid for In cash. Moreover, Allnn occasioned his father some uneasiness. He was young, and had not jet learned the to be expected In later life. More ibnti once of Inte Allan hud crossed the boundary of moderation and John Harris was by no means Indifferent to the welfare of his only son. Indeed, the bond between the two was so real and so lutenn! that Harris hnd never heen able Jo bring himself to contemplate their separation, nnd the boy had not even so much as thought of n home of his own. Tlve Iden of homesteadlug together assured further years of close relationship between father nnd son, nnil the younger with It. I man fell In "We'll hurry tip the plowing. Dad, mid run west before the harvest Is on u." Allan said ns they rode home through the darkness. "We enn file our land and get hnck for the fnll work. Then we will go out for the winter nnd commence our duties. The only question Is, can they grow anything on thnt Innd nut there?" "Thnt's whnt they used to nsk when we came to Manitoba," said bis father. "And there were years when I doubted the answer myself. Some parts were froze out year nfter yenr, and they're nniong the lest'ln the country now. nnd never think of frost. The same thlng'll happen out there, nnd we might ns well be In the game." To do him Justice, It wns not altogether the desire for more wraith that prompted Harris. It was the call of new laud; the call he had heard nnd nnswered In the early eighties; the old nppetlte that hail lain dormant for a quarter of n century, but wns still In his blood, uniting only a suggestion of the open splices, a whiff from dry grass on the t plains, the zlgxag of n wngon-trnt- l streaking nfnr Into the horizon, to set It tingling again. So this morning father nnd son were especially nnxlous that not a moment of their plowing weather should he lost, nnd It wns particularly aggravating when the hired man's long delay resulted In n bubbling sputter followed by n dry hiss from the Injector, warning the engineer that tho water-tnnwns empty. Allnn shot nn anxious glance down the road to tho coulee, but the water tentn wns not In sight. Seizing tho whistle cord, he sent Its peremptory summons Into the nlr. Harris looked up from the plows, nnd the two exchanged frowns of annoy-micHut the water stood high In the glass, nnd Allnn did not reduce the speed, although he cut the link action another notch to get every ounce of ndvnntnge from the expansion. Hut the wnter went down, down In the glnss, nnd still thero was no sign of a further supply. Allan ngaln cut the nlr with his whistle, nnd nt length, he with n muttered Imprecation, slammed the throttle shut and Jumped from the engine, "Keep a keen eye on your fire," snld Harris, "nnd I'll go down nnd see whnt's wrong with him." So the furm-e- r strode off ncross the plowed field. The delay nnnnyed Mm, nnd ho felt unreasonably cross with Truveru. As he plodded nn through the heavy soil his temper did not Improve, and he was talking to himself by the tlmo he enmo upon Trovers, giving his team their wind at the top of the hill lending up from the creek. "What kept you?" ho demanded when be came within u rod of the wagon. "Here's tho outfit shut down waiting for wutcr, nnd you " "I'm sorry, Mr, Harris" "Thnt nln't whatl asked you. You tnlik-wngo- n self-contrestab-IMiIng whole-hearted- ly wind-swepk e. Brenfcfnst nnd iTnrrls' ipo-cenme to nn oiid simultaneously, nnl Hie snli-Jowns dropped for the time. In n few minutes Jim lind Mm ton in hitched to tlie tnnk wncon In Die ynrd, Tinmen jumped nlionrd nnd the wnjsnn milled down the rond to where tho cnclne nnd plows snt In tho stubble-field- . "Vhnt notlnn'ii this father's got nbout Itlles, do you suppose. mother?" asked Ileulnh, ns the two women bus-lethemselves with the morning work In the kitchen. "Denr knows," snld her mother, wenrlly. "I hope he doesn't tnko It In Ms hend to go out there, too," "Who. Pad? Oh, he wouldn't do thnt. Ills heart's quite wrnpwd up. In the fnrtn here. I wlh he'd unwrnp It n hit nnd let It peek out nt times." "I'm not so sure. I'm beginning to think It's tin money tlint's In the fnrtn your father' henrt Is set on. If the motley wns to ho mnde somewhere else his heart would soon shift. Here I've slnved uni sated until I'm nn nn old woiiinn, nn' whnt better nru we for It? We've I iter things to eat nnd more thing to Year nnd n bigger house to keep rU.tn, nnd your father thinks we ought to be satisfied. Hut he Isn't sntMled himself. He's slaving linrder tliuii ever, nnd now lie's got this notion nbout going West. Oh, you'll see It will come to thnt. lie knows our life Isn't complete, nnd he thinks more money will complete It. All the e.erlence of twenty years hasn't tnught hi in liny better." Ileulnh stood nghast nt this outburst, nnd when her mother puused nnd looked nt her, nnd she saw the unbidden wells of water gathering In the tender eyes, the girl could no longer restrain herself. With n cry she Hung her nrms nbout her mother's neck, nnd for n few moments the two forgot their hnbltunl restraint nnd were but naked souls mingling together. "Your father Is hungry," snld the "Hungry hungry, nnd he mother. thinks thnt more Inud, more money, more Micre.v. will Ml him. And In the meantime he's forgetting the things thnt would satisfy the love thnt wns ours, the little devo Oh, child, whnt nm 1 saying? Whut nn unfaithful creature I nml You must forget, Ileulnh, you must forget these words-wo- rds of shame they are!" "The shame Is his," declared the Ctrl, defiantly, "and I won't stand this nonsense nliout homestendlng ngaln I g Just won't stnnd It. If he soys more nbout It I'll I'll fly off, that's, what I'll do. And I've n few for Mm nbout Idles that won't keep much longer. The old bndger he's nt the bottom of nil this." "You mustn't quarrel with your dearie, you mustn't do that." "I'm not going to quarrel with him. but I'm going to say some things that need mjliig. And If It comes to n showdown, and he must go well, he must, hut you nnd I will xuiy with the old farm, won't we, mother?" "There, there now," the mother said, gently stroking her daughter's hair. "Let us forget this, nnd remember bow much we have to be thankful for. We have our health, nnd our home, nnd the bright sunshine, and I ileclnre," she Interrupted, catching n glimpse of something through the window, "if the cows haven't broken from tho lower pasture nnd are nil through the d I You'll buve to take Collie and get them back, somehow, or bring them up to the corrnl." I'ulllng n upon her hend Ileulnh culled the dog, which camu leaping upon her with boisterous affection, and hurried down the path to the field where the cows stood almost lost In a Jungle of green onts. She soon located tho breach In tho feuce nnd, with the help of tho dog, quickly turned the cows toward It. Hut alack I Just as victory seemed assured a rob-b- it was frightened from Its hiding plnce In the green outs and sailed forth In graceful bounds across the pnsture. The dog, of course, concluded that the capture of the rabbit wns of much more vital Importance to the Harris homestead than driving any number of stupid cuttle, and darted across the fleld In pursuit, wasting his brcnth In sharp, eager yelps as he went Whereupon tho cows turned oatward again, not boisterously nor Insolently, tmt with a calm persistence that steadily wore out the girl's strength and patience. She was In no Joyous mood at best, and tho perverse-nes- s of things aggravated her beyond endurance. Her callings to the cuttle bccnnie more and more tearful, and presently ended In a sob. "There, now, Ileulah, don't worry; wo will buve them In n minute," said a quiet voice, and looking about she found Jim utmost at her elbow, his omnipresent siullu playing gently about his white teeth. "I was down at the creek tilling the tank, when I saw you hud a little rebellion on your hands, might and I thought nny-thinr, ont-Hel- A (iKEAT MOVEMENT Having seen some of tho results of tho boys nnd girls' agricultural clubs In thrco counties in Enstcrn Kentucky, wo bclicvo thnt its importance cannot be overstated, nor too much spneo be Riven to urging boys and girls to join a club. It wns our ob servation inni mo scnoots mat nna best nnd most enthusiastic clubs were tho best schools. The most interested boys nnd girls, those who were get ting most out of school, were club boys nnd girls. If we were teaching school nnd wanted to mako n success, wo would organizo n club. If wo wero a school trustee and wanted to sec our school doing something, wo would encourage the organization of a club. And if wo were a boy in school well, do not you forget there would be a club in our school. I saw six in the air at ono time. A. 3:20 L. Wilson, ono of tho most famous 3:30 aviators in tho ' United States, changed planes 1,000 feet in tho air 4:20 every day I was there. On Saturday wo were busy pock7:30 ing up to como home, but I took tlmo to see tho $10,000 race run nnd then I left. I nm very grateful to you and other State leaders who helped plan this trip, and I am sorry that club UNION CHURCH boys can't get moro than one free Dr. Hutchins will speak at the trip. Hut I know thero aro other morning service next Sunday In tho boys who would enjoy It as much ns Union Church on tho subject "The I did, and I will do all I can to have Second Capital of Christianity." another go from my club next year. Announcements. of unfinished College Association Program Friendship Council and Discussion and Summary, Song. Announcements. Missions. Students Volunteer Movement, Mr. Fay Campbell. Section Meeting for Delegations. Dovotlonnl nnd Song Service. Reports of Findings nnd Resolution Committees. Announcements. Final Address. Politeness Is like nn air cushion. There may bo nothing in it, but it cases the Joints wonderfully. Every form prostrated before an imago represents glory taken from God. A sweet spirit can mako tho plainest faco beautiful. We cannot always say clever things, but wc can always say kind things. EASTERN KENTUCKY NEWS (Continued from Pago Six) very poor hcnllh. Dr. Baker vns called one day last week to seo her. Ono of Mrs. Leslie Shocklcy's children fell ngalnst tho stove nnd was very badly burned, Somo of tho farmers nre getting help from tho Vocntlonnl students of Bcrcn College in corn husking. N. B. Chastcen, who moved in with his daughter, Mrs. E. F. Ogg, is in very poor health. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Todd and family of Pnint Lick spent Sundny with Mr. nnd Mrs. E. F. Ogg. Mrs. Virgil Baughmnn nnd daughter, Sadie, of Richmond, spent Thanksgiving with her cousin, Mrs. Tom Ogg. Pearl and Mossio McGuirc of Richmond spent the week-en- d visiting relatives of this place. Luther Ogg leavc3 this evening for n week's stay at the International Stock Show, and whilo thejre will visit Armour & Co. meat packing houses and other places of interest to farmer boys. Miss Tutt's school gave a nice little Thanksgiving program, Friday evening. Tho school is organized into n society called the "Lono Star Society," and it is certainly Instructive to some older heads to sec tho way they know how to elect presirecording secredent, tary, etc. She has taught tho children so many useful things that use to be left to learn with ago and experience. Yours truly, Wlllard M. Baker Pres. Scaffold Cane Junior Agri. Club STATE STUPiSNT Y. M. C. A. CONFERENCE (Continued from Pago One) gram (continued). Discussion Group touching tho following: Soloists for Our Messiah Concert Soprano, Mrs. Fredrick Cahoon, of Chicago, has strong press notes from New York papers and many other largo city papers. New York Musical Courier: "Interest centered around Mrs. Cahoon. Her voice is pure, sparkling, nnd remarkably flexible." J. O. Lehman Associato Editor COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY A PROCLAMATION To the People of Kentucky Greetings Every boy in the common schools of Kentucky, and for that matter, every girl, should join the Junior Agricultural Club. Know the soil on which you live. Know the joy of producing from tho soil. Learn the independence which comes from contact with the soil when it produces wealth. Learn to know nature, ns it is mnde to yield everything which gives nnd sustains life. Learn at least thnt character is built in God's clean All of this and moro besides comes, and will come to you from real active membership in the Junior Agricultural Club (a) Religious Meetings. (b) Campus Service. (c) Handbook. (d) Community Service. (e) Evangelism. (f) Finance. Snmmary: Relation to Friendship Council. Things to bo done. Leaders as above. 3:00 Intermission. 3:10 Song. 3:20 Blue Ridge Summer Conference nnd Y. M. C. A. Dr. J. L. Kesler. 4:00 Intermission. 4.10 Song nnd Announcements. 4:15 Inspirational Address, Dr. E. M. Col-leg- e, Tenor, Dan Bcddoc, has taken leading roles In opera and oratorio in London, Liverpool, Boston, New York and other large cities of the world. New York Evening Wforld says: "Mr. Beddoe, past master of tho art of oratorio singing, was n delight from first to last." Alto, Mrs. Florence Evans, who gave us such delight last year. Bass to be announced later. Date, Monday, December 13, at 7:30 Admission 15c WORLD NEWS (Continued on Pago One) of Kentucky. Therefore, I proclaim tho week ofj 7:30 Song and Devotional Service. December inclusive, ns enrol 7:40 Address. The Intcr-RaclProbment week for the school children of lem. Relation of the ColKentucky. lege to the Problem. Given under my hand, as Governor 8:30 Inspirational Address, Presiof this Commonwealth of Kentucdent Hutchins. day of No-- v ky, this twenty-secon- d Sunday, December 5, 1920 mbcr, in tho Year of Our Lord 9:30 Song nnd Devotional Service. Ono Thousand Nino Ilundrcd and Announcements. Twenty nnd in the 10:00 Address. Personal Problems. and Ninth Year of the Common Dr. E. M. Potcat. wealth. 11:00 Church Service. Y. M. C. A. (Seal) Representative Every in x (Signed) By the Governor Church. MORROW EDWIN P. 2:30 Song and Devotional Service. (Signed) Fred A. Vaughn, Secretary 1, al Potcat Ireland is pursuing a policy of terrorism that is disturbing to England. Not only the police and soldiers are in danger, but plots against officials, buildings nnd bridges arc being disEngland is not disposed to covered. yield to such methods, and is opening internment camps which aro bcin, filled with large numbers of radical advocates of independence. Meanwhile Parliament is considering the Home Rule Bill, which England expects will be passed by the Lords at nn early date. NO MORE RATS RAT-SNA11AT-MNA- or mlr, nfter yoa ue It' n aurfi rodent killer. Try a pk. anil prove It. lint, killed with ienvo n smell. Cnti or ilopi won't touch IU (lunranteeil. (1 cake) enough for 3fSe aire I'nntry, Kitchen, or C'rllnr. (8 cnkci) for Chicken OSo ill Iloune, coops, or Htnnll tiullilingft. for nil fl.2.'lze (S cnken) enough buildtorng-farm nnd ings orfnetory building. Sold nnd Gunrnnteed by Porter-Moor- e Drug Co. e Hensley & Cornett of State. (Signed) R. Lee Stewart, nnt Secretary of State. Borca, Mr. R. F. Spcncc, KyM Assist laxojjnoLOJL j Nov. 1C, 1020 County Agent, Bcrca, Kentucky. Denr Mr. Spcncc: I will write you a few lines in regard to my trip to tho State Fair. Having never been to Louisville, my father decided it would be best to go with me. IIo stayed one day and returned homo. We left Bcrea about 4:00 a. m. and arrived in Louisville about 1:00 p. m, Mr. Mahuc met us at the train and guided us to tho fair grounds, nnd there we met some of our State men. Then after I got straightened up In my tent and answered to roll call, I was turned loose for tho rest of the evening. I went around with somo of tho boys to see tho llvo stock and thero spent most of the evening. Tho next morning, after we got up and answered to roll call and ate breakfast, wo had a lecture from Mr. Martin, a poultry man from the State University. After playing several games, wo had another lecture by Mr. Nelson. Ho talked about his experiences when ho was State Leader in 1015. On Wednesday we were turned looso most of the day to look around. I was very much surprised to find that thero were so many things in .l.i .in J ft . ...y UODGBJJRDTHBR MOTOR. CAR It is owned by many who can afford to pay anything they wish for the things they use. It is always bought be- cause of its known value and its after economies. The gasoline consumption is unusually low The tire mileage is unusually high the Stato I had never seen or heard of. On Thursday we had a lecture from a health officer. She told about the most fatal diseases, and how they BEREA MOTORS CO. Berea, Kentucky arc caused. We wero then turned looso till dinner; we divided into parties and went to see tho poultry. After that wo went to see tho races. They certainly have some fast horses. There wero several airplanes there. now. ifclter Jump" on and" ride" up with mo." "So you won't tell me, eh? You think you can do what you like with my team nnd my time, nnd It's none of my business. We'll see whose business It Is" (Continued Noxt Week) bo In order," "You might 've hollered farther back," she snld, half reproachfully, but there wua a light of appreciation In her eye when she dared raise It toward him. "I'm afraid I was beginning to be very foolish. She tripped agulii on thp treacherous What Mrs. Drcnnlngcr, of New York, Says About Hat Poison "Tried preparations that kill rats, P is tho only ono that but prevents disagrecablo odors after killbecause it P ing. Also like comes in handy cakes, no mixing with other food. You don't have to dirty your hands, it's tho best for houseThrco hold use." Try canTTnuke steam' wltirso7ro"w. Whut und 1.25. Sold sizes, 35c, 65c, have you been fool In' about?" guaranteed by Porter-Moor- e "I haven't been fooling. As to what Drug Co. delayed me well, you're delaying me Hensley & Cornett RAT-SNARAT-SNARAT-SNA- i rrTTTTTT TTTTTrTinr-noi- 1 J Pago Eight THE CITIZEN December 2, 1020 E Crimes, corresponding secretary; Carl of the coming of tho Pilgrims to our Athlctic Field. Academy vs. Voca-jTIIFLIGHT OF THE OLD BIRDS treasurer; Raleigh Cress, country. Edward Roark, responding tlonal. Snya tho old d to tho old she- critic; Irby Jones, librarian and chor- - to tho subject, 'Tho Mnyflowcr In tho first half tho Academy team bird, VOLUNTEER HANI) THANKSGIVING DINNER MOUNTAIN Homer Tolbcrt, yell master; pact," made a stirring appeal to n did some good playing. They kept1 "Will you take n flight with mo?" Roberts, sargeant-nt-armThe Mountain Volunteer Rand met The Normal dining-room- s were tho lea to preserve tho Pilgrim respect tho ball on Vocational' territory thoj Says the old to tho old In the Parish House Sunday, NovemHoys, Gibraltar Is growing. We for law and order, to counteract the scene of much festivity Thursday eve part of tho time. They made bird. p.m. ber 28, at 3:30 ning. Tho larger dining-roowas welcome you out nny Saturday night, menace of Ilolshevlsm. Then tho several attempts to kick goal, but "I'll look In tho glass and see." Owing to the fact that the prcsl-den- t decorated for tho occasion with program was varied by a song "How Tabor kept o and blocked! In the hospital and had not sheaves of corn; dried leaves were was Demostncnes did not meet last Sat- - 1''rm n Foundation," sung In "ye tho ball each time. Tho old has looked In tho the meeting, strewn on tho floor, and the room urday night on published sufficiently In tho second half the Academy nccount of tho enter- - oldeno stile" by Miss Lula Owens, glass, small crowd present. was fixed In every wny possible to tninmcnt at there wns.n the Chapel. Boys, Dc - H seemed for tho moment ns though team started well again. Mlddlctonj And has smothed her wrinkles fair. Hut great 'interest and enthusiasm represent an outdoor hnrvest scene, mosthenes Is alive, wide awake, up- - wp wcro hack In the Pilgrim meeting tried twice to kick goal but kicked Sho has rubbed a powder puff under or an was tne dinner, witn I was shown by those present. nut test and is growing bigger nnd house. Jordan Howora told or the too high each time. her noso The discussion was led by Mr. tho menu worded In old Tllgrlm style, better every day. If you want to trials of tho Pilgrim Fathers, and About tho middle of tho half tho And covered her thin grey hair. topic. Lock, of the College, on the Then followed the program. AH tho hitch up to one of the best societies challenged modern Americans to Vocntlonnl team, taking tho ball pasti Country School." teachers, Mountain "Tho students, and visitors on the campus, como out to Demos- - show ns great fortitude In the tho front line, enrrie'd it through tho' given by others and Into the larger dining-rooShort talks were Gcorgo Malluk, back field nnd Jones kicked gonl. In And sho Is ready tt taka tho road, ent need. Then thencs. And tho old d stands by. experiences related by some who had whore the program was given. All dressed as an Indian, related some n few minutes nftcr tho kick nff taught In the mountains. tho numbers were spleiftlld. Dean ot the trniHUona of his tribe Eversole carried the ball about forty; In splto of tho weight of sixty years. A group of young folks of the Vo- gnvc a Thanksgiving nd- - cntional Department spent The principal thought that was nd yards down tho field nnil kicked gonl1 Theso two old birds will fly. n very en- - inR thc comInR of t,,e ''"if1'" us was that the mountain dress. Mr. Gllllgan. Lloyd Racklcy, . joynblc left with thoir fnirncas t0 thclr Imllnn from alxiut twenty-yar- d line. Tho And they cvcnlnfJi Tuesday, November will tnko tho backward people of the South arc equal to any YVagcrs, John Wilson, C!nr-2nt thc homp of Mf Dntgon on bors. This was followed by a song, go mo ended with everyone mora Inroad, people, but they arc in need of leaders encc Holt, nertha Wynn, Lucille Mc- - .Tnckson 8trcet. Those present were: "America for Me," sung by a chorus terested in soccer than before. Tho road to tho long ago; to direct their thought and action Clure, Florence Baker, Arllo Raker, jjjssos Baker, Stafford, Farthing, ot WriKht Uo"e Kir,s dressed to It Is expected thnt there will bo towards the definite goal ot reclaim- and Henry Todd, each contributed to Perkins. Miller nnd Messrs Flam represent thc foreigners of our Amcr- - soma snnppy teams next season, ns And they will look for their youth again ing the mountains for the mountain our enjoyment of tho program. Tho Tnnkcrsley, nn(j ica. uney iiitioni men supriseu nis tho boys seem to bo more interested Cress, Cnrpent" In tho land where the roses grow. people for Christ. toasts given to our faculty were quite nirh audience by showing how thoroughly now than they were thc first of tho Two new members were added to humorous and original. Robert nilbrey gave a very In- - n,ivo nnd American the Pilgrim season. sec- And they will find that land again tho already large roll, and the foresting talk on "The First Thanks - youths were In their love for sport. Line-u- p and Summary: By the road they havo trod before, TPtarv was Instructed to send tne giving Dny" at chapel on Thanks- - 7" T-- McKinney toasted tho 'Pilgrim Tho students of the Training 2 1 Vocational Academy Hut thc springs nre dry and tho president a short note expressing our Mothers, Sisters and Sweethearts' i T.,. giving Dny. l.w. Baker regret that he could noi De wmi u. School gnvc an entertainment in tho fruit Is dust, Jack Render, Louise Triplett, Edna with 80 mueh feeling thnt it seemed Allen l.f. Bowyer next meeting of the Band will Chnpel Saturday evening. And ' tho rses bloom no more. The James, Mrs. Houk, John Dunbar. Dol- - almost as though he wished tho Pil-li- e Eversole Last Wednesday morning the Norc. Mlddlcton be held Sunday, December 12. kvory Alson Baker Stafford, Thomas Eversole, and "im girls were living now In Berea. Foley mal students voted to organize n stur.f. Ramsey body come. Gertrude Wittcborgall report delight-- 1 Tho most entertaining part of the Scale dents' chapel period to be held twice r.w. Zasloff Cleveland Police Selit 100 Quarts. a month, in which they could meet ful timo shown them at the home of program, at least to many, was thc McCall l.h.b. McDonnl Y. V. C. A. scene between John Aldcn and Prls- Cleveland, O. In a raid which lastwithout the teachers and discuss Mr. Batson last Saturday night. c.h.b. Wilson Dunbar cilla Mulllns. Comer Johnson as Buchanan The three divisions of thc Y. W, among themselves mntters ed xlx linum police claim to have found r.h.b. Rico relating one of the lnrsct "blind Users" ever John Alden was just serious enough, Brown C. A. met in Upper Chapel Sunday to their welfare and the DEMOSTHENES UTOPIA l.f.b. Fogelsong various discovered here. Out of a mnro of unand Leah Stevens as Prlscllla was just Gamble night at 6:30. Thc meeting was a problems of their school life. Joint Meeting rf.b. Neal derground pn!ii:c, faN walln and serecognition service for thc new memn, nnmn.,nn. - Tu'coqucuisn cnougn 10 onng ciown mo Tabor gonl Taylor Several former students of the Vlor- cret iloor In the main building a genin " burst of nPP,nuso- - Sam bers. There are 157 new members, mal School Referee: Rainc. Linesman Pow- - eral store and a garage behind it, visited here last week. erary Societies of the Vocational a large number of which took part hrnost partmcnt will have a joint meeting! IIuBhcs' in a direct nruJ vKrous dcr. they brought back 100 quarts of bondMiller, Ethan Whicker, to,a the 8tory of the first In tho service. ed whUky, two other barrels of tho Goals: Jones, Eversole. Rhoda and Lcnna Witt, Mary Fletch next Saturday evening and havo'wa' There wero also reports given by er, Rosa samo liquor and four barrets of wine. planned a very interesting program. Thanksgiving Day, and recalled to us Dalton to do the girls who attended thc Blue were here during and Stella Tapp Thc program Is as follows: The proprietor of the establishment, j some or tno tnings wo nave the holidays. Miss Academy Country Hotnc who gnve bis name as Michael (Julie, Tho thankful for. nmonir them such i. Ridge Conference last summer. Columbia Sellers visited a..j. her sister, had a rare treat Monday was charged wllli violation of the liqThere wero four speakers: Bculah Miss Vocal MusiVV.V.V.V.UtopIa Quartet Promising Academy football team for Kjrls Kate Sellers, last week. game. This speech was ri ng In the way of a turkey dinner uor law. i Whitt, Minnie Klar, Lucy Sicvers and Jokes Oren Isaacs The Normal-Colleg- e football game cnorus 01 Jamcs 110,1 Lillian Neal. The meeting was one last i Up Against It. Thursday was another tie, the String Music ....Demosthenes Trio IoUowea b' sane, ralm Dcach. Fla- - Besides thc with fine effect. of the most successful that the Y. score cTls. who Recitation ....Laura Nell McKinney "Ilov do you find business life. being 7 to 7. W. C. A. has had this year. "The Breaking Waves Dashed High." ho the following guests were pres. Algy?" In the game between the Normal Debate: Resolved that a woman has As the time for closing had come. t: Comer Johnson, Clifford Par-Da- n Terrible grind. My father won't more brain power than a man. Afand Academy Departments on Mon Rev. Sam Hlgglnbottom, a misMatheny made his concluding'0'". Jordan Bowers, Stanley Hall, let me go to a matinee." firmative: T. W. Fitzpatrlck, FranCharles Taylor. Sam Olvcr, Otis "Not so bad. Mine won't let me sionary from India, was In Bcrea on day, one of our players, Leonard cis Holdcraft; Negative: A. J. remarks very brief, and thc program fo Levi Urooks, Millard Wclr. to a A o'clock tea." Tuesday and delivered three lectures Little, was taken from the field bad iwas brourht to an end with three: Felfcy, Dolly Stafford Hugh Turner, Gurney Franklin. on his work among the lepers and ly bruised. He was removed to the Miss Jessie Jacobs has returned to lonr rahs for Dean Matheny and a "I Got Real Mad When I Lost My outcasts of that country. He vivid- hospital and it Is reported his arm her home nt Rush, Ky. She will be verse or "Were All uood tciiows. Setting Hen," Mrs. Hannan ly portrayed the poverty, illiteracy, was found to be badly crushed and in school again after Christmas. Too bad, after all, that Thanksglv-inAll Depends. "I went Into the hen house one dislocated. Just how serious his In unsanitary conditions, evils of the Day comes only once a year! "Can you support my daughter Id morning and found my favorite setter Misses Delia Hammond and Ethel caste system, and status of women juries are we cannot tell yet. Tho Doughett returned from tho hospital the style she's been accustomed tot" dead. I trot real mad. Went to the P and asked the fntlier of the young mnn Lstore, bought kinno there. A goodly number of towns- students from both departments gave last week. We are glad to see them rats, hvcry-bod- y mm a numg trioutc as he was people attended his addresses. VOCATIONAL SPRINGS SURPRISE who sought his dauchter In marriage in n week I got six dead should keep out again. Delia will go to her home who raises poultry carried from the field. "Well," replied the young man Three sizes, 35c, C5c, in Virginia, next Tuesday, to Btay unThe most interesting soccer gamc( thoughtfully. "Is she strong for a ?X $1.25. Sold and guaranteed by ALL COLLEGE SOCCER til after the holidays. of the season was played Thanksglv-- j baby grand piano or n $3 talking Porter-Moor- o Drug Co. The last socer game was played Ben Johnson, of Millstone, Ky., Is ing Day, at 3:30 p. m., on Main' Last Monday night, at 7:30, Prof, Hensler & Cornett oft by members chosen from all tho visiting Miss Minnie Combs. and Mrs. J. M. Guilliams entertained departments to form teams of the their Sunday-schoBeatrice Hyden, of Wallins, Ky classes, consist best material . in the Institution. ing of twenty-fiv- e with her sister, young ladies and spent the week-en- d Those nlen were arranged Into a first thirty-thre-e Gladys Hyden. young men, with a and a second "all college" team, the Hazel Deal, a former student of v, first team winning; by a score of A dismembered menagerie, com- Berea, was visiting friends here last posed of cats, dogs, horses, goats week. Because of trie slippery ground, the Miss Myrtle Blanton, of Middles- game was not as intense as indica- chickens, etc., very much In need of boro, Ky., spent Thanksgiving with afforded much amusetions promised. However, the first her sister, Delora Blanton. team gave the spectators an Idea of ment. Games were played and about Miss Anna Stout and James Hcird 9:00 o'clock Santa Claus appeared what Is to bo expected in the future with a large basket of oranges and were entertained to dinner at the Olm-steof soccer. , candy, which he distributed among home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred The first goal was made by a well on Thanksgiving. tho happy youngsters. All enjoyed placed, long shot from the left wing Misses Nora Baker and Onie Sil a good time after tho ball had traveled consist- enough to be and went home early vers made a trip to Richmond last at class Tuesday mornently over the goal line by the right Monday. ing. There have been a good number of the ladies of this community who have wing. The defensive side had fumMiss Joe Frank Is visiting friends entered the contest and, j'udging from the way they have been working, the conbled it. in Maysvillc, Ky. By way of. comment it may be said Miss Nell Hatchett, a graduate of Vocational Schools test promises to be one of the most exciting we have ever held. that this is the first "all college" Berea Business School of the Class of team ever chosen from the five Brent Carter, a graduate of the 1916, has accepted tho position as secschools and the first "all college" Vocational Department is visiting retary of President Emeritus Frost. soccer team the college has ever Mrs. Wintermute, mother of Mr. his many Berea friends this week. Incidentally, also, Berea ColRev. Samuel Rice, once a teacher Ogden Wintermute, has returned to lege ranks among the first schools of In the Foundation Department, is her home at Mt. Vernon, Ohio, after a visit in Berea. its sort to have organized soccer in visiting Berea this week. its athletic program. Jim Smith, who was In the VocaIn order to help the contestants we are going to do our part. Here's how First Team tional Department Jast year, was in we do it. For the Holiday Season from now until after Christmas we are going to Academy c. Berea this week. Eversole Vocational Powder Foundation ...r.f. offer The smiling face of Fred Wilson Sealo THANKSGIVING BANQUET Vocational ...r.w appeared In the Vocational dining-rooAcademy students usually consider Allen ..Vocational ....l.f. one day last week. ZaslofF Academy ....l.w. Friends of Clinton Fugatc will bo the annual Thanksgiving banquet as Wilson Academy . . .c.h.b. glad to know that he is back In Berea of tho great occasions of thc Henderson year, and tho banquet of 1920 was Vocational ..r.h.b. again. Foley no exception. Thanks to Mr. Colo Vocational .l.h.b. John Jennings spent the week-enDunbar Vocational ..r.f.b. visiting home folks. and his active decorating committee, Buchanon had been Vocational ..l.f.b. Dmest Grimes spent Wednesday the Acndemy dining-rooon practically everything we have in stock. This means that every article will be Steolman Foundation . .goal afternoon, Wednesday night and transformed into a charming banquetGamblo Vocational . .sub. Thursday morning of last week in!hn11 by tho combined use of wood marked down from the regular price, and that you will be able to save at least Second Team greens anu tne Academy colors. Richmond. 20 per cent on most all of your purchases. This will be a great help to the conBowyer Academy Some one remarked that It was worth c. testants who can assure their friends that they can buy anything for the home Baker coming to tho dinner just to see the Academy ....r.w. boarding-hal- l Ramsey Academy laden down nnd groanr.f. GIBRALTAR SOCIETY cheaper here than anywhere else in this territory. Carnes Vocational ....l.f. Tho Gibraltar Literary Society met ing with such an abundanco of roast Davis Foundation ..l.w. November 27 In Gibraltar hall anJ(.chicken, cranberry sauce, and similar There is 6till time for new ones to enter the contest. It costs you nothing to McDonald Academy ...r.h.b. tho following program was rendered: dainties. Rico Academy ...c.h.b. Song The waiters (and others) seemed work in the contest and for your efforts you stand a good chance for winning one Society Truitt Foundation ..l.h.b. Invocation William A. Rice to enjoy their social privileges to tho of the three big prizes which will be given to the winners on December 24th. Brow Vocational ..r.f.b. Roll Call Secretary fullest extent. Much amusement wai Hall Foundation ..l.f.b. Stump Speech . . Therum McKlnster furnished by a table of girls who Don't forget that a big reduction is being offered on our stock from now until Players Extemporaneous Talks ..All Present 'wero dressed to represent the various after Xmas. Subs: Fogelsong, Academy, I lady mombcrs of tho Academy Fac- for Extemporaneous speech Rico. McCall. Vocational, for McHomer Tolbcrt ulty. Theso girls acted out their Donald; McCray, Foundation, Cos-b- Talk Raleigh Cress parts vory cleverly, Foundation, Pigman, Foundation. Tho following officers for tha Win- - Miss Raymond and Mrs. Weldlcr (to paraphrase Shakester Term were elected: BASKET-HALSCHEDULE peare). Robert Tankersley, president;Monday, December G Huff, At a quarter past six tho Academy Walter y ..... 1:30 p.m. Powell, recording secretary; Ernest students from the Commons joined n . .. 2 30 p.m. and tho big Academy family-circlSaturday, December 11 which local fans have seen In years then tho program of toasts began Academy-Vocation. . 0:30 p.m. to an end Monday with tho tlo dcr the leadership of Mrs. Peck. To Moaday, December 13 game between the Academy and Nor-- J commemorate the landing of the Vocational-Foundatio- n 0:30 p.m. teams. Tho summary of tho grlms threo hundred years ago, the Normal-Colleg- e 7:30 p.m. season's results is as follows. speeches .were made to center about "Haadquarteri for Santa Claus" Alfred E. Ross, Director Won Lost Tied the subject of "Tho Significant of 1 Academy 0 3 tho Pilgrim Fathers to our America FOOTBALL WIND-U0 0 Normal 4 of Today." In a simple, forceful Tho most exciting football game College 0 way Miss Jessie Tcets told the story General College News Normal Department Oamblll, hc-blr- Com-Ute- rj Amor-Morto- s. ; she-bir- d m wlde-nwak- she-bir- d pros-gather- hc-blr- concern-McAllist- er nclK-Wal- la 3( ., int- se c I al Wt e. g t- .... RAT-SNA- RAT-SNAP- ." ol so-ci- 2-- Our Big Contest for the Holidays is Creating Interest ad pio-duce- d. We Are Going to Assist the Workers The m Special Prices , d m - y, L Ev-or- Come in and See Our Big Stock of Holiday Goods College-Academ- Normal-Foundatio- e, un-ca- al Pil-m- al Berea MUNCY BROS. Richmond P 13