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Flvo Cents Per Copy ho Devotod to tlbie Interests of tlie !M!otg3JLri People nEREA, MADISON COUNTY, The Citizen KENTUCKY, DECEMBER 0, 1D20 One Dollar And Our Threefold Aim: To gift tho News of Bores and Vldalty; To Record the Happening! of Bores College To be of Interwt to all the Mountain People. Fifty Centa per Year No. 24 The Builders of Berea's Business We nrc dedicating this Issue of The CltJicn to tho town of Bcrca. We find that space will not allow us to glvo credit to all tho men who havo helped to build Berea's business and thoso who are carrying It on at tho ptoscnt time, therefore we have decided to give n brief history of somo of the early business enterprises, Including thoso that have continued down to tho present timo. Bcrca might bo said to be divided into two periods: tho founding period following tho Civil War, and tho period of business expansion beginning nbout IPSO. Tho years prior to 1880 wore uneventful for business, though very eventful for Bcrca College Tho first man to sell goods in Keren was J. C. Coylc. He began In tho 'CO's. At first ho was located on what Is now called Boone street, but soon left that place and entered the brick building which now stands on the south side of the street across from the S. E. Welch building. This brick building had been erected for bought out his partner and erected the storo building on Main street now occupied by tho Hays Meat Market. In thoso days there wcro no stone streets, no side walks, no water and no lights in Bcrca. E. T. Fish has been n promoter of business from the beginning- He built up and put on a permanent basis tho Bcrca Tclcphono Company In 1895. He built the Bcrca Canning Factory, of which ho Is still manager. He has been the untiring of tho Bcrua Fair Association, nnd a few years ago moved to tho country, where he made a beautiful and productive fnm: of one that had I been worked to death. He Is now opening up n new roller and grist mill in tho old Burdcttc stand. E. T Fish has ever been a promotor of, I business. A man widely known and connected with tho early history of Bcrca was' Joo Burdcttc. When a young man' ho camo to Bcrca in 18G2. Being a i carpenter, ho was connected with the erection of moro buildings, both private and thoso of the College, probably than any other man in his time. Besides assisting in the erection of most of tho early buildings of tho pro-mot- Where Former Slaves Find Rest mi i wil y Kentucky News Tho urgent necessity of obtnlnlnj WorWNews The Council of the Lcaguo of Nations hns determined to send forcc3 to Viina, in Russia, to preserve order while tho plebiscite of tho poo-pl- o Is being taken to whether that province shall belong to Poland or Lithuania. Spain was asked to furnish a contingent and was giaci to do so, considering it nn honor to bo asked. Belgium and France will also send forces. In this case the object is to keep order nnd preserve peace and not to make war. It is a new use of force and is in lino with the League. Tho result will bo watched with interest. rlntni-mtn- more teachers for the Kentucky schools is stressed In a letter received Monday by M. A. Cassidy, superintendent of the Lexington Public Schools from Stato Superintendent of Public Instruction Gcorgo Colvln. Louisville, Dec. G. O. H. Wathen, president of tho Old Grand Dad Distilling Company, nnd W. F. Kncbel-kammanager, were arrested this afternoon by United States Marshul E. II. James, charged with conspiracy to defraud tho government in connection with a shipment of 1,000 cases of whisky to Chicago recently. p, One of him. Berea's First Buildings Collegc, he had tho supervision of the erection of Lincoln Hall, Howard Hall, Industrial and Bruco Buildings, Library and Chapel. In 1900 ho purchased the planing mill erected by George Ames nnd Charles Lester, This saw and pinning mill was t very Important Industry In tho early building of Bcrca. Besides furnishing much of the material for tho buildings of the town, much lumber was manufactured for the early Col- lego buildings, Tho village was incorporated soon after Mr. Fish began his business life. He was the prime mover In this matter nnd the Honorable W. B, Smith, who was then the representative from this county, secured the charter from tho Legislature. Tho first council consisted of E. T. Fish Professor L. V. Dodge, A. J. Hanson, Joo Burdctto nnd Richard Cornell- son; nnd it was about this time that tho L. & N. Railroad was built thru Bcrca. Mr. Coylo still lives In Bcrca, but has been retired for a number of years. Tho second merchant to set up in business was Lou KmbrcoThen camo Ellsha Whitt, who kept a store nnd hotel on Maine street. In 1882 A. T. Fish opened his first general store m Bcrca. From one small building ho supplied ull ths wants of tho community. Tho store was a small frame building standing near the present public school buildclothing, groing. The ceries nnd hnrdwaro were housed In ono room. Mr. Fish was the first merchant to sell peanuts nnd bananas In Bcrca. Many pooplo in the neighborhood had never seen cither. Mr. Fish also purchased the first buggy that was ever brought to In 1881. John G. Fee, founder of Bcrea College, owned a phaeton, and he nnd Mr. Fish became the objects of curiosity as they drove out In town when the streets were good. Fish expanded his business to Include lumber and tan bark, all of which was discontinued by his death In dry-good- s, Be-rc- a, 1902. In 1890 Mrs. Jennie B. Fish, wife of A. T. Fish, opened her first millinery store, spoken of by the surrounding community as "Fish's Hat Shop." Her first bill of hats reached Bcrca on Thursday. She opened them up nnd put them on display on Fri- - About thirty-tw- o years ago, as tho United States was entering the pe riod of greatest commercial expansion, there enmo to Berca an unusual mnn. Samuel E. Welch came from Jackson county and opened a general storo which, twenty-fiv- e years later, was one of the greatest stores of its kind in Kentucky. Ho began with five thousand dollars capital and at his death left a business worth a Hip1 JBHWiL One of Ilerea'H Modern Buildings Boono Tavern. day and sold every ono Saturday," and the whole community was sup-- 1 piled. Mrs. Fish's millinery business has continued with success down to tho present time. In tho fall of 1883 J. J. Brannaman' purchased the store and hotel from Ellsha Whitt It was not his intention to keep tho hotel, but necessity forced him to provldo a place for travelers to stop, Ho remained In business at tho same stand until ho retired in 1910, when he sold to J, R. Richardson, R. R. Coyle nnd Berca College. In 188S B. F. Gay established a store on the comer of what is now tho public school grounds. Ho remained In business In and around Bcrea until the year 1895, when ho retired from active life. E. T. Fish entered business with P. B. Johnson In 1881. Later hundred nnd fifty thousand dollars. His entire business was at first In one room. Ho then built a dry goods store, and later built another atore for groceries, another for hardware, and another for feed, and then another for furniture, and then another for drugs. Ho did his own buying, was his own manager, for many years he kept his own books and at all times know how every department of his great business stood. A shoit whilo beforo ho died he helped to establish a National Bank, and became its president. Tho Welch business was continued and enlarged by his son, John W. Welch, who recently, at the great surprise of tho entire town, divided up tho business and sold it in many parts to new morchants. We will make mention of the successors of tho Welch Department Stores In another Issue. S. E. Welch It Is reported that tho Russians have secured control of Armenia and International Livestock Exposition that a Soviet Republic has been set opened its gates Saturday, November up. This brings to Armenia a now 27, with a record attendance and more set of circumstances, but there is litthan 10,000 onirics. The exhibits tle promise of peace or security In It. were much larger than usual In ail It is moro likely to bo one more departments. To Kentucky cornea the causo of suffering nnd death. Just first International Grand Champion as this news came to us, another reHereford bull award she has ever port announced the acceptance by Old negro folk, who were ulnves In tlie fontli before' the Civil war, cared won. Senator J. N. Camden, of Ver- President Wilson of tho task of solvThere, the sailles, won the honor with the Junior ing tho Armenia problem. He had for by tho government at Blue Plains horar, near Washington. negroes, many of whom have passed the age, of ninety, 11ml rent and comfort. yearling bull Frinccps Domino, No. already agreed to aid In drawing the 1934G3, the bull, his manager, J. C. boundary lines, but tho new request Kuycr, purchased at tho Denver show Includes considerably more. He was was n great benefactor to this comcareful to mako It clear that use of last winter for $7,100. munity, in that ho taught economical force must not be expected unless buying through cash buying, nnd he Congress consents. nlso brought the prices of commodWashington, Dec. 5, A total of Middlesboro. Dec. 2. Middlcsboro ities down to tho reach of the poor 3,808 persons were killled In automo-bi- o officials of the Louisville and NashThe widow of Terence McSwiney. farmer. Mr. Welch's death was a accidents or died as the result of ville Railroad havo been advised that business loss to the community. Injuries therefrom, during the last n contract has been let in Louisville tho voluntary victim of starvation, Mr. J. J. Branamnn for a number year for the construction of 2,000 coal in Ireland, has landed In New York of years provided the hotel accomcars for the company at a cost of City. Her reception was cnthusias modations of the town, but later we $5,200,000. This contract was award tic and a large number of people Washington, Dec. Warren were assembled at the dock as the became minus any good hotel ae G. Hording, wife of the President- ed to the Mt. Vernon Car Works and vessel came in. Among these were eomnfxlations. This fact was the elect; accepted an Invitntlon from the American Car and Foundry Com the Mayor causo of tho erection of Boone Tavof New York and the Mrs.. Wilson and had tea at the White pany. Deliveries will begin January ern in 1909 by Bcrca College. Since House this afternoon. 1 at the rate of twenty-fiv- e cars a wife of tho Governor of tho State. She had llttlo to say, but is going to its erection the Tavern has had two day for each plant. Washington for a conference, and additions. Traveling men and visi Washington, Dec. 7. Secretary her presence is likely to arouse symtors find tho Boone Tavern to be one Richmond, Dec. 4. Miss Leila pathy for Irish independence; and it of tho most home-lik- e and comfort Baker was asked today by the House able hotels In Kentucky. People who military committee to appear before Patrldge, 77 years old. for twelvo is believed she desires to secure the urcd to go to neighboring towns to it Friday and explain why the War years teacher of method in the East intervention of tho United States in spend the week-en- d now como to Be Department has recruited an army of ern State Normal School here, was some form, if that bo possible. more than 180.000. fatally Injured when she was struck rca. by a truck tonight. Miss Patrldge Berea's oldest bank is tho Bcrea Washington, Dec. 7. Both Houses was crossing the .street when the The representative of the Republic Bank & Trust Company, founded In 1901 by W. n. Porter nnd a number oi wngress were in brief sesslon to trucknlt her. She was taken "at once Of iArgontinafcatWhaJmeeting, of thn, of Bcrea citizens. Mr. Porter became day to hear President Wilson's an to Pattl M. Clay Infirmary, where it Lcaguo fit Nations', In Geneva, has tho cashier. From tho beginning nual message. It was read by tho was found that her neck was broken. announced his purpose to withdraw because the decision was reached to down to the present tfmo tho bank clerk, for Mr. Wilson having heeded She died soon after. postpone amendments of tho Covehns had a successful career, taking tht advice of his physician not to apnant to a later time. Jt is evident enro of the business needs of tho de- pear in person to present his address. Nine fully equipped moonshine stills that changes nro to bo made and are positors nnd mnking both logc nnd Geneva. Dec. C. Consideration of of from 50 to 100 gallons capacity, desired, but It seemed an evidence of small loans. J. F. Dean, the present 0,500 gallons of still beer and 100 good judgment that the League should cashier, is well known throughout nn amendment to the covenant of the League of Nations which would elim- gallons of moonshine whisky were make its first meeting constructive ndjoinlng counties. this and seized by federal agents in the raid and positive and not open the way Berea's second bank is a National inate Articlo X, has been postponed in tho "South America" district of for destructive and negative influenBank, founded by S. E. Welch, Its by tho assembly of tho Lcaguo of NaWhitley county that followed a ces at a timo when people are looktions until the next meeting. first president, and J. L. Gay, the pitched battle Saturday between ing for results that will inspire concashier, in cooperation with a numWashington, Dec. G. Senator Henry thirty alleged moonshiners nnd four- fidence. ber of townspeople nnd fanners. The teen prohibition agents and United Bcrca National Bank has been strong Cabot Lodge headed a committee according to beginning for two or three which called at the White House to- States deputy marshals, from the Many Germans arc planning to day to inform President Wilson that reports Sunday afternoon. particular reasons. Pcoplo had conOne of the alleged moonshinera migrate as soon as possible. Colonies fidence in the business ability of Its Congress was In session and ready seriously wounded or killed in in Mexico are planned where there president, S. E. Welch, the conserva- to receive communications from him. was tho skirmish which preceded the ac- Is abundant opportunity for developtive business methods of the cashier, It was the first meeting between the tual battle, prohibition agents re- ment of the country and its reand in the fact that it was a national President nnd Senator Lodge since sources. It has been clear for many ported. He was unidentified. bank. Wo nro proud of our two before tho peace treaty was defeated years that Germany understands the in Bcrca, and feel that through in tho Senate under Lodge's leaderbanks value of the Latin American countho proper management and coop- ship. nnd Frankfort, Dec. 3. "Gun-totln- g tries. Thore are many settlers In whiskey-runnin- g eration they are sufficient to take In Kentucky must Newport News, Va, Dec. 4. Re- stop," said Governor Edwin P. Mor- Brazil, Venezuela, Chile and other caro of tho finances of this commuturning to American shores today row in a statement issued here today countries of South America. Gernity. from his vacation voyage, President- in explanation of his refusal recent- many has known how to meet the Tho Berca Tclcphono Company, needs and habits of the merchants of which hns grown continually since tU elect Hnrdlng received a rousing ly to communte jail sentences of a Latin America better than England founding, moro than twenty years welcome from the Virginia tidewater number of persons convicted of carryor the United States. Excluded as ago, owes its existence and expan- cities and responded with a message ing concealed weapons and selling or she is now, from old centers of trade, sion to four men: E. T. Fish, Fay of renewed national confidence and bringing liquor into tho State. it is to bo expected that Germany unity. Hanson, W. H. Porter and J. W. will seek to strengthen herself In Creech. Since tho discontinuance of President W. J. Hutchins, of Bcrca Latin America. tclec-ranGcnovn, Dec. 3. Presentation nnd Be- In Berca. th service rca Telephone Company has handled adoption of a resolution eliminating j College, was chosen to head tho Assonil the business of tho Wcstorn Union Article X from the covenant of the ciation of Kentucky Colleges and The problem of Greece Is coming Telegraph Company. This company Lcaguo of Nations before the end of Universities for tho coming year at to be a perplexing ono to tho nations has moro than 100 miles of pole lines, I the present session of tho assembly tho fifteenth annual meeting held of Europe The peoplo seem to dea system of cables In town, and tho would occasion no surprise here, it In the Llttlo Theatre at tho Univer- sire tho return of Constantino, but total equipment represents an outlay was declared In somo quarters when sity of Kentucky, In Lexington. Sat- France nnd England fear that ha of $45,000. The now president and the assembly began its meeting this urday. Dcan Karl T. Waugh gave would open a way for German Influan address on "Intelligence Tests for ence again In general manager of tho company Is morning. the Balkans. Greece Collego Entranco and Vocational Robert Duerson. has secured so much additional terriWashington, Dec. 2 Immediate Training." We nro aware that this rovlew of tory as a result of tho war that Its the early history of Berea's bus!- - i loans of $00,000,000 from government position Is much stronger than it has ncss development is incomplete We funds to aid farmers in tho face of Representative Tinchcr, Republican, been beforo. The people would not be may havo omitted somo names that j fulling prices of their products Is of Kansas. likely to give up this added territory Gilbert M. should have been mentioned, but wo proposed by Senator and Influence, and the Allies do nit havo not done it purposely. There Hitchcock, Democrat, Nebraska, .n daro to entrust it to a relative of the Moro than three thousand imm- Hohenzollcrns. are somo other men who havo been a bill drawn today after a conference Fed-w- e coming into Ellis Island igrants are In business hero for a long time, and ( with Governor Harding of the Intend to speak of them in a later eral Reserve Board. Senator Hitch-articl- almost daily. Moro than one million The Homo Rulo Bill Is being dis cock plans to present the measure will be tho count for the fiscal year More than ten million cussed by tho House of Lords, regard We shall bo pleased to hear from. when Congress meets next week, are now waiting in various parts of less of tho acts of terrorism that are our subscribers who havo anything n Europe, to swarm to taking place. Lord Grey, Foreign of interest to tell us of tho past. If j Washington, Dec. 4. Senator Cap-thone is of Interest to you, we ( per, of Kansas, today made public the United States as soon as they Minister of England at the outbreak of tho World War, is leading an ap shall appreciate your help in tho next his proposed bill to stop gambling can obtain transportation. These millions are not Immigrants peal for liberal dealing with Ireland. one. in foodstuffs and cotton. I A tax of 10 percent, designed to in the strict sense of tho term. Many He has not suggested that the debe prohibitive on "future" trading in of them ore refugcees refugees from mand for Independence be granted, To Avoid the Rush. moro elastic bill 8oIrtler, Just bnck from his harvest grain and cotton, except by actual lands that have been harassed and but ho asks for a one that will allow of more furlough, to the sergeaut "My father owners or a limited class of traders torn by war and treason for six want to know If I'll get another fur under Federal license, is the basic years; rofugees from countries that changes and response to the wish His plea is not lough ui Chrl.tnias. Here Is the pic-- feature of tho Capper bill, which Is to offer them llttlo now but discontent, of tho people. ture of the pig that Is golug to b be ntroduced in the Senate next week dissension, unhopplness, impoverished appparently meeting much sympathy Walter. among the Lords. by tho author( Bnd , tho nouso by living conditions and disease. Chicago, Dec. 5. Tho Twenty-first U. S. News 6-- i ( e. 1920-192- 1. is war-strike- ed.--nifgeude Pago Two THE CITIZEN DeJong was elected chairman, Mrs. Fannie Spnrks and C. P. Moore secretary. D. G. Collier was called to London Monday by the Dan death of his brother-in-laReed. Charlie Iilnhart from Crest-mois visiting his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Tyrn Lninhnrt. Dale Mintcr nnd Andy Flanery from Green Hall were visiting relatives In town nt December 0, 1920 East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else Mo Major Saturday. John Roberts rc turned Tuesday from Wnlsonburg nnd Olney, Colorado, where ho has been visiting. Arch Scale spent Sunday with homo folks. GARRARD COUNTY Whito Lick White Lick, Dec. C Mr. nnd Mrs. Luther Roberts, Mrs. Jim Roberts and daughter. Thclmn, Grovcr, Pete and Andy Hounshcll visited Mr, nnd Mrs. C. C. Hounshcll Sunday. Mm. Sam Davis and Mrs. Pearl Davis visited Mr. nnd Mrs. Bud Stnrnes, Sunday. Miss HjcI Matlock .Miss Virpic Mntloc nt J B. Cre-ch- 'a Snturday night und Sunday. Mrs. G. B. Robinson visited her mother, Mrs. Hnnnnh Shocklcy, yesterday. Misses Elizabeth Creech nnd Vlrgie Mrs. Matlock visited Mr. nnd Mr. II. D. Creech' last Monday B." Creech vlsitc.l and Mrs. J. visited nnd .Mrs. W. M. Creech Sunday week. John Davis and Mr. nnd Mrs. Bud Stnrnes nttcr.ded the funeral of Sterling Davis at Lowcl! Inst Sunday week. Rev. nnd Mrs. N. II. Young. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. West. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. C. Wynr, Mrs. J. D. Wynn, Mrs. A. B. Wynn, Mr. nnd Mrs. G. M. Treadway nnd Miss Chnstinc Ruckcr delightfully surprised J. T. Thompson with n birthday dinner nt his home, November 23. Mr. and Mrs. II. D. Creech visited Mr. nnd Mrs. J. B. Creech Sunday afternoon. Mr. nnd Mrs. Arthur Matlock visited Mrs. Julia Weddle, Sunday. Jim Howard of Visalia visited Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Roberts last week. vM-tc- Potts' GOLD DUST Flour is made of best wheat and by most improved methods In full T 'h writer. Th npi rormpMHlr nee publlihnl unl n yMic of goni fmlth. Writ pUlnlr, It not for publlctlon. but lnl BEST BY TEST Phone 156-- 3 JACKSON COUNTY November body. Nnthnntnn Nothnnton, Nov. 27. Mr. Newton Smith nnd family hnve been visiting his father. Abljah Smith. B. II. Hoi- comb's bnby girl Is seriously ill with bronchitis nnil spasmodic croup. Mrs. T. II. Hurst has recently Ronej to her father's home nt Bowlinp. Ky. From there she intends to ro to Robinson Hospital, Bcrea. for n physical examination. M. M. Cau- dill appeared before D. F. K. a government doctor at Bund, Ky., for physical examination for Everybody is pothercompensation. ing shock com this damp weather. Crops are Rood and plentyful. Den-man, 4, quietly, surprising everyHew Jones of Annville held services nt Wclchburp, Sunday. The people of this district and Green Hill district met nt Green Hill nnd organSunday. ized a Sunday-schoo- l, There will be church nt Annville, December 12. Will Borrs visited Richard Cornctt, Sunday Sallic Bowling wss the guest of Mrs. Grant Halcomb Sunday. CLAY COUNTY Vino Vine, Dec. 4. Mrs. Rebecca Rice Is improving II. C. Morgan's fami- For Sale By All Grocers R. L. POTTS & SON Whites Station, Ky. McKce McKee. Dec. 6. Miss Dorothy Bennett and Jesse Cole were married last Saturday at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bennett. R. M. Ward and family, who movqd to their farm several months apt, moved back to their in town last week. Fred home Annville Sparks, who is a student of S. B. M. Bertha Annville, Dec. 5. Miss Bcggs and Mr. George Cook were S. at London, visited home folks during Thanksgiving. Ike Hays from the guests of Misses Rosa nnd Crcac Moore Sunday. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Dayton. O., is visiting relatives in Willie Medlock, December 3, a fine town. Jailor Boggs bought the farm boy. Mother and baby both doing owned by Jas. Ramsey of Bradshaw. well. The revival at Green Hill has He will not move until his term of closed, with the addition of seven office is out. The ladies prayer meetmembers. The baptism will be later. ing that was held at the home of Mrs. Sallie Mooro and Mrs. Lucy Mrs. H. F. Minter Sunday afternoon Borrs visited Mrs. Nannie Moore, was well attended and everyone pres- x Eighty-siSunday. The past rains have caused ent was benefited spiritually. were In attendance at Sunday-schothe roads to be very muddy after so last Sunday, a gain of ten much hauling over them. Mrs. Sal-li- e Bowling has been shoppinp in Ann- over the previous Sunday. Next ville the past week. Cyrus Denham Sunday we are sure to have over ' and Miss Mattie Berpin were married ninety, and well on our way toward our goal of one hundred by Christ The Farmer's Worst Enemy Rats. mas. Miss Jacobs, teacher for the The Farmer's Best Friend Senior Bible class, was absent Sun daj on account of sickness, but her These are the words of James Bax- place as teacher was ably fulled by P ter, N. J.: "Ever since I tried Tho King's I have always kept it in the Rev. Fred DeJong. house. Never fnils. Used about $3 Daughters will meet at the home of P a year and fig- Mrs. K. J. Sparks next Saturday. worth of ure it saves mo $300 in chicks, eggs is convenient, New officers will be elected for the P and feed. just break up cake, no mixing with coming year. The Red Cross Chapother food." Three sizes, 35c, 65c, ter met at the home of H. F. Mintcr $1.25. Sold and gucrantced by last Thursday evening for the purPorter-Moor- e Drug Co. pose of electing new officers. Rev. Henslev & Cornett ol Rat-SnaRAT-SNARAT-SNARAT-SNA- Bradshaw Bradshaw, Nov. 30, Miss Eva Peters of Privctt nnd her sister, Mol-liwere visitors at W. R. Shepherds Saturday and Sunday. Cora Huff of Privett visited J. G. Ramsey's Saturday and Sunday. Only ciRhteen were present nt the box supper nt the Smith schoolhouse tn account of the rain. Three boxes were sold. Taylor Isaacs of Egypt (Ky.) visited J. G. Ramsey Saturday and Sunday. Charley Huft" of Privett visited W. R Shepherd Saturday nipht. Robert Smith was a welcome visitor at Hezikiah Farmer's Saturday afternoon. Clover Bottom Clover Bottom, Dec. C. The entertainment held nt the schoolhouso for Thanksgiving was a great success. There was a large crowd out, and some of the best music was present. Everybody seemed to enjoy themselves. Fanny Smith and Bertha Callihan visited Lewis Smith over Sunday. Miss Laura Smith and Sadie Ingram went to Berea. Saturday, on business. Carlos Johnson has returned home from Ohio. Sev eral from this place are planning to attend school at Beiea College after Christmas. We are certainly glnd to have so many people go to that college. e, Bradshaw Bradshaw, Dec. G. Mrs. Triscy Ramsey, who has been keeping the boarding house nt Turkeyfoot, has returned home. J. G. Ramsey has sold his property to Jeff Borrs and Is planning to move to Madison county. Mrs. William Napier U working in the Bradshaw postofflce. Tho Smith school gave- an enrolment of nineteen for the Junior Ag ricultural Club. Malcn Reynolds of Mauldcn, our picture man, was In this vicinity last week making pic tures. He stopped over at the Smith' school and took the school group. Wilma Napier, who is In school at visited home folks during Thanksgiving. Vine. - ly has returned from Manchester. Uncle Wilson Morgan Is not very well. Mrs. Susan Harris, who spent last week with relatives, returned to her home In Edison, 0., nccompnnled by her daughter. Mnttlc Hornsby. Mrs. Rosa Pennington wns shopping in String Town, Tuesday. Victor Browning, who Is attending school nt Annville. spent Thanksgiving with home folks. Charley Clay closed his school at Cedar Grove Friday for the purpose of gathering his corn. Miss Myrtlo Pennington, who has tonsil!-tiwill soon be able to return to her school at Annville. Mrs. Mnud Clark-wen- t to Burning Springs Monday to hnve dental work done. Mrs Lizzie Cleave and Mrs. Sophln Smith, both of Ethel, spent Monday evening with Mrs. Mnrtha Clark. Rev. J. L. Pennington has gone to Ohio to seek employment. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Haw-ar- d of Ohio are visiting relatives nt s, ESTILL COUNTY Locust Branch Carico, Dec. G. Orbin Smith's chilLocust Branch, Nov. 28. Pearl dren have whooping cough. There Walton nnd Shurmon French were is much sickness in this community. the dinner guests nt Mr. nnd Mrs. Wcss Summers nnd Miss Daisy. JefT French's Sunday. Oscar CampNoe were quietly married November bell was also the evening guest of 30. Mrs. May Robinson is very poorJeff French. Miss Mnymo Gentry ly at present. Jesse Cole and Miss made an evening call at the home of Dorothy Bennett were quietly married Jessie Revcs and JefT Gentry, Sun at the home of the bride last week- I day. There was n pie supper at the Mrs. Lucinda Summers is very poor Beach Grove schoolhouse Saturday ly. The little daughter of JamcJ night. Mearn Coyle died November Wathen has pneumonia fever. 19 nt the ape of eiphty years. Tho Masons had charpe of tho bural ser Carlco vices. OWSLEY COUNTY Scovillo Scoville, Dec. 1. Willie Hale, who has been attending school at Buck-horreturned home recently. Miss Nettie Dooley, who is teaching at Sharpsburg, Ky.. spent Thanksgiving with home folks. Miss Susio Jack son, of Pcbworth, was tho guest of Miss Carrie Rowland, Saturday. baby of Mr. and The Mrs. Joel Martin has been very sick with spinal meningitis, but is slowly improving. Hnmp Ross, who is In a hospital at Lexington, is improving Miss Carrie Rowland, who Is teaching near Beattyvillc, is spending a couple of weeks with home folks. Her school was closed two weeks on account of scarlet fever. n, one-year-- MADISON COUNTY Wallaceton Wnllnceton. Dec G. There is to be a play entitled "A Mock Negro Trial" to be given nt the Wnllnceton school-hous- e Snturday night, December 11, eight o'clock sharp. No admission. Miss Mnrparct Bowlin, who has made her home with Miss Mary Todd for tho last nine years, was married Thankspiving Day to Jesse Dennis of College Hill. They will make their home nt College Hill. Born to Mr. n nnd Mrs. George Richardson a fine girl, named Margaret Lillian. Mrs. Rlchnrd-so- n will be remembered as Miss Mae Johnson. She is nt her father's, Wis. Johnson, near Wallaceton. Snm Hill hns been ill nt his home near Wal laceton for the past week with something like flu. Harry nnd Fnlrris Botkin are confined in their home with mumps. Miss Bernice Robinson and Miss Fnnnlc Kidd were Richmond visitors last Saturday. Walnut Meadow Walnut Meadow, Dec. 5. John Allen was taken to Robinson Hospital ono day last week. It was thought he had typhoid. Mr. and Mrs. Ball have moved to Berea. Luther Ogg has returned from Chicago. While there he visted Sears, Roebuck & Co.'s establishment. Armour & Co. meat packing houses and saw hogs nnd cattle slaughtered. He visited the International Stock Shows. Poultry, horses, cattle, hops and sheep moie than he had ever thought of before. Mrs. Casper Martin and daughter. Ruby, of Mt. Vernon, spent the weekend with relatives here. Mossie has returned to her hbmc at N. B. Chastcen seems to Richmond be no better than n week or so ago. He is in bed most of the time now. County Superintendent Edwards, W. A. Johnson and Arch Kidd spent part of Friday afternoon nt Todd school. Very few hogs have been butchered owing to warm, damp Mc-Gui- re Major Major, Dec. G. Rev. A. G. Stum'i preached at Doc Creek Saturday night and at Union Sunday J. S. Rowland has been in Perry county a few days. Estridpe Ray, who has been gathering his corn on White Oak. started back to his home In Hnmilton, O., this morning. Several from herand Island Creek attended Circuit Court at Booneville Monday. Miss Ellen Peters is staying nt Arch Scale's Miss Clarice Rowland returned Thursday from her brother, Ray's, at Winchester, where she hns been visiting. Robert Greene wns in - weather. E. T. Fish Is hnving n well terms. All colleges nnd normal schools drilled on his farm. Chnrlio Anderson nnd family have gone to Rich- will recognlzo tho credits they mond today to see their daughter, for the correspondence high school nnd professional courses, if Annie, who is sick. they desire to take further training in colleges or normnl schools. llliio Lick Blue Lick. Dec. 7 Gathering corn nnd stripping tobacco nnd hog killHUGH F. PARKS ing arc the chief industries of this Hugh F. Parks, Manager nnd section. Corn, the staple product, has President of Berea Lumber Company yclded in both quality nnd qunntlty nnd one of Ileren's most prominent as gratifying results as in Blucgrass and prosperous business men, died nt counties. Rev. Jennings of Carters-vill- e Robinson Hospital, November 24. preached at Blue Lick, NovemWhile on a hunting trip. November 29. He Is a very Impressive and ber 15. ono of tho members of tho hope we arc sincere minister, nnd we party accidentally shot Mr. Parks. to have the privilege of his ministry He wns rushed to Robinson Hospital. many times. F. A. Campbell market At first ho wns thought to bo fatally ed n load of "apples to Richmond on wounded, but hiscondltion continued Monday, December G, which he readi to be improving until Sunday night, ly disposed of at $2.00 per bushel when ho suddenly became serious, nnd Mrs. L. K. Flannery hnd ripe tomn-toe- s it wns discovered tetanus had defor December 7 Hobnrt Powell veloped. He died the following Wedis moving to Jnckson county, hnving nesday, purchnsed n farm there. Lloyd Mr. anil Mrs. L. F. Parks, of CinPowell will move to McKce, having cinnati. Mr. and Mrs. Bush Rice, of rented his farm to Joe Powell of Red Kyle, O.. Iln Tudor, of Hamilton, O. Lick. Mr. nnd Mrs. Mitrkham, of nnd Mr. and Mrs. Albert Baker, of Hamilton. O, nrc visiting relatives. Cincinnati, reached his bedside be-fA pie supper at the school for the death came and were present t benefit of a Christmas tree, Saturday tho funeral. evening, December 4, was a success Very Impressive funeral service finnncinlly. regardless of tho storm. were conducted by Rev. Hudspeth Is n Miss Addio Williams, teacher. anil Rev. Cunningham nt Bcrea Bapptogresslvc nnd etllclent factor in tist Church, of which Mr. Parks was our midst. The Blue Lick church, a member. renovated and repaired, is a thing of The numerous floral offerings wcra benuty. nnd we trust n joy forever to beautiful, including n hnrp of flowers spiritu-n- l those who assemble there for given by business men of the town. aid nnd blessings. Mrs. Annio Tho nctive pallbearers were John who Jett of Eliznbcthton, Tenn., W. Welch. Charley BurdctU), Albert visited here, hns returned to Mnry-vill- Scruggs. Dr. S. R. Baker. Dr. W. G. Tenn., where sho resides with Best, Edgar Moore, Otis Arnett and her son, II. C. Jett. Leslie Ballard. Honorary hnllbearcM wero J. W. Stephens, G. E. Porter. CORRESPONDENT COURSES FOR John Dean. Will Dean, R. II. Chris-ma- n, E. G. Walker. L. C. Adams, B. TEACHERS Extension work to pe'mlt school P. Allen, Howard Klkfns and Mnrshall teachers nnd county superintendents Vaughn. The lnrgest funeral procession Bcto qualify under he new school law by the University of rea hns ever witnessed followed tho was adopted Kentucky nnd the two State Normnl body of Hugh F. Parks to ncren schools in a conference held In Frank Cemetery, where he was laid to rest. Hugh Parks was twenty-seve- n fort by representatives of the schools and George Colvin, Stato Supcnn years, threo months nnd three days tendent. For a nominnl fee teachers of age when he died. He leaves n nnd superintendents mny take a cor- widow twenty years of ago and litrespondence .course in high school tle daughter ono nnd one hnlf years work, professional training, admin- of age. May God's great blessing rest upon istration and supervision. Kentucky is the third state to adopt this plan. the family in this time of sorrow Missouri and Wisconsin have put It nnd grief nnd mny tho sunshine of His great love illuminate their sadin practice. Under the new law county super- dened hearts and help them to say, intendents must qualify in scholar- "God knows best, His will bo done" ship, administration and supervision. They will not hnve timo to take a special course, but by entering the extension school they mny obtain the training. The State Board of P, lit nit! mi. I iiilre-llmEducation will adopt rules to. put the rflliiM riMlcni ilitryrr 'mi In nkenn mlilriK with tttlirr fool. law into force. Your Itnrk If It full. 3.1r (I rnkf) ratiugd for ir Teachers by 192G must have a full Piintry, Kllrlien or OHir. four years' high school course with (1.1 o ('J inLm) for Clilrkrii alt one year of professional training. Hon, roup or Miiiill luilMIng. 9I.2A lit (. rnkf) rnougli for hII There are about 14,000 teachers, a fur mi nitil atomic tmlltlliic or fnrtur) liulltllhg. majority of whom lac all or a part olil mill Ktiariiiitrrtl Uy of this equipment. They cunnet Port or Moo re Drug Co. qualify by attending school between Henslev At Cornett vo or o. K ILLS l'N RATS HAT-SN- Your Opportunity COLLEGIATE The crown of tho whole Institution, which provides standard courses in all advanced subjects. Courses leading to Classical, Scientific, Philosophical and Literary Degrees. NORMAL Cost Exceedingly Low WITHIN THE REACH OF THE POOR Any ambitious boy or girl In tho mountains can go through Berei College, or any of the Allied Departments, for $150 a year. Ai each student is required to do some work, tho nbovo amount is reduced by the amount of work performed. A student of energy nnd reliability can greatly reduce tho cash payment by work, but no student may expect to work out his entire expenses. The 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 certifiand courses. Six-yecourse beyond cates, the common branches for B.Ped. ACADEMY Tho Preparatory course, four years, is the straight road to College. The English course of two years is designed for those who do not expect to teach nor go through College. It gives the best general education for those who cannot go further ar ar PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE labor credits or both. and may be in cash or EXPENSES FOR THE WINTER TERM Incidental fee for the term Room upkeep for tho term Board, 0 weeks in school. Professional courses combined with literary subjects. For young men: Agriculture, Carpentry, Bricklaying, Printing, Blacksmlthlng, Painting and Commerce. For young women: Home Science, Sewing, Nursing, Bookkeeping and Stenography. VOCATIONAL Men Women $ 0.00 $ G.00 8.40 8.40 10.50 15.00 $.10.90 Amount due first of term Bonrd, 0 weeks, duo middlo of term ' $10.50 $47.40 $29.40 $15.00 $41.40 Total for term FOUNDATION SCHOOL General education in tho common branches for students 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 nnd Orchestra. A fine opportunity to become a good musician at a very low cost. Ladies Hall and Main Dining Room For Vocational and Foundation students, subtract $1.00 from tho nbovo Incidental fee. For Collego students, add $1.00. Every student must send $1.00 deposit in ndvnnce, otherwise, room will not bo reserved. Commerce. Stcnogrnphy, Typewriting and Penmnnshlp nra from COc. to $1.00 n week extra. Music Is also from 60c. to $1.00 u week oxtrn. COST OF LIVING. By good business management and studied economy, tho Collego Is able to reduce tho cost of living in Dcren to tho lowest posslblo llguro. Tho times aro working hard against us and tho constant battlo with the high cost of all commodities U a trying ono, but thus far the Collego has won. Tuition is free, incidental fco $5, $0, and $7 a term, according to tho courso taken, room and board for about $125 a year and many other valuable and necessary additions to tho student's school life, such as gymnasium, athletics, hospital and lectures aro free. All students from tho mountains abovo fifteen years of age, or good oharacter, studious habits and n willingness to work aro Invited and will find a wholehearted welcome to Berea, but they must mako reservations In advance. Write for a Cataloged book of Chief Regulations, to the College Secretary, MARSHALL E.' VAUGHN, Berea, Kentucky. December D, 1020 THE CITIZEN them out, nnd the dog went over tho prnlrle nfter n rabbit, nnd Just ns I wns beginning to to condense over It Jim enme up nnd paved Whnt If he did keep the situation. your old engine wnlllng? There nro mora Important things than plowing." "Aim I" snld Harris, knowingly. "Well, I guess It's Just ns well It ns It did. Jim wns gettln' altogether too good nt runnln' at your hnn-pen- Pago Thrco 11 nTttmWiTiiETz won - Author of CaW 3 Th Copyright, All Rights ReaorVed Hnrrls enmo ttiri:iionliiKfr Inward tlio wagon, Intl wns met only by the Iniiierfurhnhlc smile of his hired mini Hp ttiriiHt his fool on n spoke nf ttic wheel nnd prepared to spring onto Hip tntik lint nt (lint moment the horse stirred nnd til foot slipped Seeing thnt tlio fnnner was about to fnlL Trncrs selrcd lilm liy he rnllnr or III flilrl. hut In ko doing lit- - leaned nml lost III own balance, when the weight of llie fnlllng mnn ciune upon lilm. and the two l n mhleil onto tlit grass In enrh other's arms. Allan, having satisfied himself Hint the engine would take to harm, hnd followed Ills father, nnd came over the crest of the ridge nhove the coulee Jnt In time to see Jim apparently strike his employer nnd the two struggling on the grass together. In nil the young iniin's hot hlood was In his head; he rushed forward, unit flmcherfElc. lllurt ration IrwLn tyert terninn, though," snld Allnn. thoughtfully. "So It does," ndmlttcd Hnrrls. who up to thnt moment hnd not rellected Hint his hnty action In dismissing Trnvers would result In much more delay IIihii anything else that hnd occurred. "Well, we'll hnve to get somebody else. We'll mnnnge till noon, and Ihen you better ride over to Grant's or Morrison's. They'll be able to lend n mnn or one of the boys for a day or two," At noon Jim's chair wns vnrnnt. nnd the fninlly snt down to dinner nmld n depressing silence. No mention was made nf the morning's Incident until the tnenl wns well ndvnnced. when Hnrrls. feeling thnt he ought In some wny to Introduce the subject, said: "Is Jim gone?" "Yes, he's gone." blnzed Heulnh. "You didn't expect he'd wnlt to kiss ynu good-by- , did you?" "One In the family Is enough for thnt trentment," put In Allnn, whose swollen chin nnd stiff neck still biased Mm ngntnst Trovers. "He didn't, either. And If he did It's none of your business, yon she looked her brother straight In the fnce, her swollen eyes telling their own story, nnd repented deliberately, "you big cownrd." Allnn hit his lip. "Jim's qtittn a hero, nil right. It's too bad he's gone." "It's u good Job he's gone," said "Hy the wny Heuloh talks Hnrrls. things hnve gone far enough. I don't want jny daughter mnrrylng a farmer." "Her grandmother's daughter did," said Mrs. Hnrrls. "Yes, I know, but things are different now. I look for something better for Heulnh." It wns characteristic of Hnrrls, ns of thousands of others, that, although n fnnner himself, ho looked for "something better" for his daughter. He wns resigned to Allan being n fnnner; his Intltnnte, dally relationship with his son shrank from nny possibility of separation. Hut for his daughter no: He hnd mapped out no career for her; she might marry a doctor, lawyer, merchant, tradesman, even n minister, hut not n fnnner. It Is a peculiarity of the agriculturist thnt, nmong all professions, ho holds his own In the worst repute. In Inter yenrs tins come n gradunlly hronden-Inconception thnt farming, after nil. rails for brain as well as muscle, nnd that the man who can wrestle a successful living from nature has ns much right to hold up tils head in the world ns the experimenter In medicine or with the lawyer playing Justice through the cracks In the crlm-Inn- l code. Herein Is a germ of the heels" "Thnt's nil the thnnks ho gets for working Into nnd enrly, like no other hired man In the district. All right. You nnd Allnn enn milk the cows tonight, for I won't see?" wns nccustotned to his Hnrrls daughter's frankness, nnd ns n rule pnld little regard to It. He was willing enough to be Hayed, In moderation, by her keen tongue; In fnct, ho took n secret delight In her unrestrained sallies, but thnt was different from c. big;" He Rushed Forward, and Just at Jim Had Risen to His Knees He Struck Him a Stinging Dlow In the Face. Just ns Jim hnil risen to Ills knees he struck him n stinging Mow In the fnce that measured lilm ngnln In the grass. It whh only for nn Instant. Trnvers sprang to his feet, n red line slowly stretching down tils cheek ns he did so. Allan enme upon hi in swinging n tremendous hlow n't the, Jaw; hut Jim guarded skilfully, nnd answered with n smash from the shoulder straight on the chin, which laid his adversary's cityward migration: the fanner himself Is looking for "something better" six feet prostrntc before him. for his children. Allan roe slowly, sober but deter"Jim was n good mnn," persisted mined, nnd fur n moment It looked ns though n bnttle roynl were to lie his wife. "Don't you think you were well, perhaps, n little hasty with fought on tlie spot, both men strong, lean, rigid, hnrd ns Iron, and quick ns him?" Hnrrls sat back. It was his wife's steel; Allnn nngry. careless, furious; years Jim culm, confident, nnd still smiling. business to agree. For twenty In the Hut Harris rushed between them and nnd more she had been faithful dlschnrgo of thnt duty. That she seized his son by the arms. out of har"Stop It, Allnn; stop. I sny. You shodld suggest nn opinion a lock of dismustn't fight. Jim didn't hit me I'll mony with his Indicated very serious, perhaps, but say that for hltn. Now quit It. As cipline, not If permitted to llourlsh, for you" (Miming to Jim). "I'm sorry n seed which. to dangerous proporfor this, but you have yourself to might develop tions. blntne. I'll give you one more chance "So you're goln" to tnko his part, to answer me what kept you?" too? It's a strange thing If I can't "I don't choose to answer." was handle my hired help without ndvlce Jim's reply., spoken In the most casual from the house." tone. Ills eye was rapidly closing Mary Hushed nt the rcmnrk. Any when- - Allan's blow had frtllen on It, open quarrel with her husband, white teeth still glistened bebut his before the children for sho hind a smile. man nnd woman "All right," said Ilnrrls, "You can still thought of the to her left nnd right ns "tho children" go to the house nnd tell Mrs. Hnrrls wns more painful to her than nny to pay you what Is coining." And the would been. farmer climbed onto the wngon and submission could have change It subtho be so much easier to took the reins himself. ject, to follow tho line of lenst resistWhen Jim entered the kitchen he ance, and forgot the Incident us quickby was received with astonishment ly as possible. Hut of late tho convicMrs. Harris nnd Heulnh. "Why. whatcoining homo to her hnd ever bus happened?" they exclaimed. tion some been somewhere, she must time, "Has there been nn accident? You're thnt n stnnd. And, quite unbidden, muko hurt !" In smiled, nnd snld: "No ac- a strange surge of deflancu welled Hut Jim her when her husband bo frankly told I have, merely decided cident at nil. And he went her to mind her own business. to go homostendlng." "I wns under tho Impression we up the stairs to pack hi belongings. were managing this farm together, you nnd I, John," she snld, very cnlm-lCHAPTER VI. hut with n strange rlug In her voice. "When we enmo Vest I under-stoo- d Into the Night It was to build our home. I Harris nnd Allnn drove straight to engine, never looking buck to see didn't know It was Just to be your the whnt became of the hired man. On homo." Tho look of surprlso with which the wny the fanner explained to his son whnt bad taken place ; thnt words Harris greeted her words was absohad passed between them, hut no lutely genuine. A hot, stinging retort blows had been struck, until Allnn sprang to his lips, but by a sudden effort he suppressed It. "Wo will talk appeared on the scene. Mary," ho "I enn't make nut what got Into about that some other time, my quesJim, thnt ho wouldn't answer n civil snld. "If Jim had answered Inquestion. Jim was n good mnn. too." tion .airly, ns ho hnd n right to, bush I I'erhnps the disturbing suggehtlon en- stead of bentln' around the whenvI might 've let him off. Hut tered Harris' mind that the question had been none too civil, nnd u wns wanted to know whnt kept hint he really beginning to feel thnt nfler all simply parried me, inakln' a fool of Infer-na- l Jim might be the aggrieved party. mo nnd rubbln' It In with that smile of his." Hut bo crushed down such mental sewhat started It J" ex"So that' dition promptly. "It don't mntter how good n mnn ho win," he declnred, "us claimed Heulnh. "Well. I'll tell you long ns I pay the pler I'm goln' to whnt kept lilm, If he wouldn't. Tho cnttlo got Into the oats through a cull the tune." "It nuts us u nealnst It for n wa- - break In. the fence, and I couldn't get cspo-dolly g "We'll tnlk nbout thnt some other time, too." tin snld. "And you'll milk the cows tonight ns usual." Heulnh opened her lips ns though to nnswer, but closed them ngnln, nrose, nnd wnlked nut of the kitchen. For her the controversy wns over; the die wns cast. Her naturo ndmlttcd of 1 Opening of the first meeting of tin; League of Nations assembly in Uetieva. 'J Dr. Alejandro Cesar, nny amount of disputation up to n 3Hoy scouts on pilgrimage to grave of Col. Theodore new minister to tho United States from Nicaragua. certain point, but when the IrresistRoosevelt. ible force crashed Into the Immovable object she wnsted no wind on words. qghters Into regular nni.y units, nnd officers In the wirr, were nmbushed With her wnr wns wnr. he recently ndded to his equipment a near Kllmlchael, Ireland, and 15 of Hnrrls finished his raenl with little quantity of artillery obtained from them murdered. relish. Ills dnughter wns very, very lteprlsnls continued In Irclnnd unthe soviet Hussions. much to lilm, nnd nn open rupture From Geneva came a story thnt the checked. The town hall nnd other with her wns nmong the Inst things to of buildings In Cork were set on fire and on Armenln, league committee be Imagined. . . . Still, sho must which Lord Itobert Cecil Is chnlrmnn, five Sinn Fein clubs were destroyed. lenrn thnt the liberty of speech he alprobably would nppolut Gen. Leonnrd Itnlds by the military nnd pollco were lowed her did not Imply equal liberty UniWood commnnder of tho Armenlnn ex- frequent, there nnd elsewhere. His wife, too, hnd Ruling on Unanimity Clause May of action. . . . peditionary force with the title of formed men entered Klllnrney nnd nil, behaved most Incredibly. After Cause Argentina to Quit high commissioner. The choice, It smashed nil the windows In the busiperhnps he hnd been hnsty with Jim. ness section of the city. was ndded, wns on the recommendaLeague of Nations. No doubt he would meet tho boy In The Hritlsh government met with tion of Sir Frederick Morris nnd rinlnvlllc or somewhere In the disOfllclnls In WashingGen. Weygnnd. defeat In the house of lords when tho trict before long, nnd ho would then ton did not tnke this report seriously, home rule bill came up. Karon Ornn-mor- e hnve n frank little tnlk with him. WILSON WILL HELP ARMENIA nnd Hrown offered nn amendbut It may turn out to be true. And he would sny nothing more of the ment providing for the establishment Incident to bis wife. He was beginHy unanimous vote the lengue comof n senate for southern Ireland, nnd ning to feel nlmost nmlablc ngnln Entente Warns Greece Not to Restore mission on new members decided that It was ndopted against the governwhen recollection of Heulnh, and the Constantino to Throne D'Annun-zl- o Austria should be ndmlttcd, nnd there ment by n vote of ll'O to 30. Another regnrd which sho wns evidently cultiDeclares War on Italy Presidewits no doubt that the assembly would nmendment, bestowing a second chamvating townrd Trnvers, engulfed his nt-Elect Harding Home. ratify the action. Hulgnrla nlso wnnts ber on tho Ulster parliament, nlso returning spirits like a cold douche. to get In nt once, but Greece, Serbia wns carried. It must not come to thnt, whatever By EDWARD W. PICKARD. nnd Itoumanln nil nre opposed to her It Is reported that the government happened. Comparative hannony, forced by admission nnd mny prevent It. There has decided thnt all members of the "You better go over to Grant's, Al- stress of circumstances, marked the wns renson to believe they would be Irish republican nrmy who have been lan. If you're goln'," he said ns he left doings of the Lengueof Nations nssem-lil- y supported In this by France, which or may be rounded up shall bo In the tnble. "I've gome ehenrs to during the early part of the work, seeks to gain strength In central terned In enmps In Ireland nnd held change that'll keep me busy until you mid friendships. For the present, without trlnl unless they nre charged then enmo discord that threatened get back." to result In the withdrawal of at lenst at least. France hns her way In bar- with some penal offense. An hour Inter Allan returned, ac- one Important member nntlon Argenring Germany from Immediate memopercompanied by George Grant, nnd Gen. Alvnro Obregon wns Innug- bership In the league. The commistina ations In the field were resumed. FaCertain nmendments to the covenant sion hns decided ngalnst the admisurnted President of Mexico nt mid ther nnd son were both nnxlous to j hnd been proposed by the Scnndlnnvlnn sion of Llchtensteln nnd Azerbaijan, night Tuesdny, nnd nt nbout tho snme make up for lost time, nnd they work delegates and the commission on but recommended that Costn HIca be time ofllclnls of the Amerlcnn Depnrt-men- t ed thnt night long after their usual amendments hnd reported against them made a member. of Justice mndo wholesale raids hour for quitting. It wns quite dark nnd nny other nmendments at this nt various points along the border. when tho two men, tired and dusty, time. In the assembly there wns a moGustnv Ador of Switzerland, bnckfd These agents enptured n mass of docu enme In nt the close of their long day's tion to refer the amendments to a spe- - by the delegntes of several other na- mentary evidence proving the existlabor. ence of n plot, organized on this side clnl committee for a report next Sep tions, tried to have the economic comThe tnble wns set for two. "Wo tember. Delegate Pueyrredon of Ar- - mission Instructed to study means of of the bonier, to start a new revolu hnvo hnd our supper," Mary explained. gentlnn alone opposed this, and since preventing monopolies of raw matetion nnd overthrow tho Obregon gov "Wo thought wo wouldn't wait nny the covenant requires n unanimous rials and measures to Insure their ernment. It wns snld thnt Luclo longer." vote for the carrying of nny motion, distribution throughout the world, the Hlnnco. n .former officer In Cnrrnnza's nil right," snld nnrrls, try- nppnrently "Thnt's wns nrgument being that raw materials army, was at the head of the con proposition the ing to be genial. Hut he found It hard- blocked. Hut Vlvlnnl of France at once belong not to the nntlon In which they spiracy. wns asserted that this wns n "question of nre produced, but to the world. This er thnn ho hnd supposed. He Just before his Inauguration Obre very tired, nnd somewhat embarrassed proceduro" nnd thnt the unanimity wns blocked by Sir George E. Foster gon stated In an Interview that article following the unpleasantness nt noon. rule did not npply. President Hyranns of Canada, who said his country nnd 27 In the Mexlcnn constitution, reHe had no thought of apologizing, supported the contention, declnred the the United States never would substricting ownership of oil Innds, would cither to wife or daughter; on the con- resolution carried and ndjourned the scribe to that principle. A futile ef- not be abrogated, but he wns sure the trary, he Intended to make It quite meeting. fort to have Spanish ndopted as the application of the article would soon clear to them that they hnd been nt Dlspntches from Buenos Aires snld third official language of the league be regulated to the satisfaction of In the mntter, but he would take the government wns momentarily ex fault brought out the statement by the forthe United States by a commission his time nbout reopening the subject. pecting n cnblegram from Pueyrredon. eign minister of Pnnnmn that the 15 to..be appointed. He said Mexico When Bupper wns finished Allan who Is foreign minister of Argcntlnn, states of Central nnd South America would not ask admission to the Lengue went to the stables to give flnnl atten- nnd thnt the withdrawal of the nation are united around Spain ns their of Nations, but would give considera tion to the horses a duty thnt hnd from the league wns likely to follow. lender. tion to an Invitation to Join the lengue. nlwnys fallen to Jim and Hnrrls, nfter n few minutes' quiet rest In his they The lenguo members thought President-elec- t Hnrdlng hns re If the Greeks recnll Constnntlne to chnlr. hegnn to remove his boots. had found tho wny to save what the throne, they will forfeit the good turned from his trip to the Cnnal "The cows nro not milked, John," remains of the Annenlnn people, for will nnd support of Grent Hrltnln. Zone, presumably with cnlnrged views snld his wife. She tried to spenk In a President Wilson, nsked by the lenguo France nnd Italy. These three powers. on the building up of trade with the mntter-of-fnwny, but the tremor In council to medlnte for Armenln with It was decided at I conference In Lonrepublics and the cul her voice betrayed the Import of the Mustnpha Kcmal Pasha, consented to don, should so warn the new Greek tivation of better relations with them. simple statement. undertnke the task through n repre- government, nnd n note to that effect Also It may bo assumed that he has sentative to be named by him. He was drafted. The restoration of the learned a lot nbout the need of strongHarris paused with a boot half s mndo It plain thnt his effort must be former king, says the warning, "could er defenses for the Panama cnnal. While his recollection of defiance wns clear enough, It personal nnd thnt ho would hnve to only bo regonled ns ratification of his Mr. Harding mnde n brief stop Inst hod not occurred to him thnt the girl rely, In determining tho method of hostile acts" during the war. This de- week In Jamaica where ho was reactually would stand by her guns. Ho approaching tho problem, on the nd- cision by the entente Is n victory for ceived ns roynlty would have been. It had told her thnt she would milk tho vlce of those nearer the scene of ac the French point of view. was announced thnt he would be In cows tonight ns usual, nnd he hnd as- tion. Such ndvlce will be supplied Wnshlngton Montlny nnd would occusumed, ns n matter of course, thnt she by the commissioners of the allied D'AnnunzIo hnvlng refused to ac- py his seat In the senate for a day so. Ho was not accustomed nntlons In Turkey. Spnln nnd Hrazll cept the ngreement between Italy and or two, and It wns certain thnt his would do with tho to being disobeyed. have offered to the Italian government colleagues would call on him for an "Where's Heulnh?" he demanded. United States In the mntter. sent General Cnvlglln to Invest Flume. address. "I guess she's In her room." When, nnd If, the Armenian nffalr This he did. nnd sent to the poet warHnrrls Inced up his boot. Then he Is settled, Greece evidently must pay rior by nlrplnne n proclamation anThe senate nnd house committees stnrted upstairs. the price. Kemal must be placnted, nouncing the Intention of tho govern- on agriculture began a Joint session "Don't bo too hnrd on her, John," and this can be done only by n radical ment to enforce the conditions of tho on Friday to consider emergency urged his wife, with a little cntch In revision of the trenty of Sevres. At Ilnpullo treaty without delny and measures for the relief of American her voice. this writing the plans for such re cnlllng on tho regency of Flume to farmers who nro snld to face n loss "I won't be too hnrd on anybody," vision nre being nrranged In London withdraw nil Its forces behind the of $7,000,000,000 through snlo of their strnngo thing by Premiers Lloyd George of Great frontiers. He next Invited D'Annun-zlo'- s products nt less than cost. Among he replied curtly. "It's n you wouldn't see thnt she did ns she Hrltaln nnd Leygues of France. Tho troops to leave htm nnd the suggestions discussed were the Imwns told. I supposo I hnve to plug most Importnnt chnnges In tho pact In their old units, nnd threatposition of a tariff on Cnnndlan wheat, In the field until dork nnd then doubtless will ho made nt tho ened a severe blockndo of tho city. the revival of the wnr tlnnnco corporcome In nnd do another of Greece's newly acquired ter D'AnnunzIo. seemingly undaunted, re- ation, nnd extensions of credit to Itus-sl-a work because my women folk are too ritory In Asia Minor nnd Thrace. sponded In a declaration of n stnte nnd Germany to enable them to Inzy or stubborn to do It themselves. Since tho Greeks ousted Vcnlzelos nnd of war with Italy, effective December purchase American farm products. to prepnred to restore Constnntlne to .1. General Cnvlglln Is doing nil ho If this outburst wns Intended According to Senator Capper, the crush Mary Hnrrls It hnd n very dif tho throne their ambitions hnve re enn to nvold bloodshed nnd his troops farmers demand, In addition to those ferent effect. Sho seemed to straighten ceived smaller consideration by the would hnte to fire on thplr brother remedies, the following: up under the attack; the color enme great powers. Already, It Is underItalians, but If It comes to nctunl wnr"Adequnto credit for fnrmere back to her cheeks, and her eyes wero stood, Great Britain, France and Italy faro the result ennnot be In doubt. through short time nnd long-timloans bright and delimit. region D'AnnunzIo would soon be crushed. havo agreed that the Smyrna ndnpted fairly nnd practlcnlly to the "Yon know slinll bo Internationalized nnd policed "John Hnrrls." she snld. peculiar conditions oT tho farming better thnn to sny that your women by locnlly recruited gendarmes ofTho wnrnlng Issued hy the Hrltlsh business. folk ore either lary or stubborn, but ficered by nn International officers' government, thnt the Irish wero about "Afford fnrmers the snme credit acthere's n point where Imposition, even corps. to enrry tho "wnr" to Kngland, wns commodations now afforded other tho Imposition of n husband, tins to It Is certnln thnt Kemnl will not be Justified. To date tho chief weapon lines of business. stop, and you ve reached that point, satisfied with this Smyrna concession, used In this new development of the "Abolish gambling In wheat, cotton, You didn't hnvo to stay In tho Held for his growing power Is causing his conflict Is nrson. A large number of corn, nml nil farm produce. until dark. There's another duy com demands to Incrense. Newspapers of Incendiary fires were started slmul "Full legal authority for nntlon-wlding nnd tho plowlng'll keep. It Inn t Angora, where ho makes his head tnneously along tho Liverpool watermarketing by farmers. was Just your own quarters, sny ho asks that Thraco bok front nnd several big cotton ware like tho harvest. It "Ilegulntlon of the packers. You contrariness that kept you there. no houses were destroyed. The Inceu- given autonomy, Constantinople "A nntlonnl marketing board, In tired the best man you ever hod today, evacuated by the allies nnd the allied dtnrles worked In smnll groups and which the producer will be representIn n tit of temper, and now you're try nnd Interallied zones of control and some of them, being Interrupted by ed, with power to the board to regu-Int- o Ing to take It out on us." Influence In Syria mid other parts nf the police, killed one nmcer unit n tho rate of marketing nnd to ad(Continued Next Week) the Turkish empire bo abandoned. It civilian. About the snine time tho vise and nsslst In stabilizing prices. Is probable some of these demands London police snld they had foiled "Hronden and strengthen tho fedMen nro wlso ns long as they seek will be rejected, nnd equally prohnhlo a plot to start tires In the metropolis eral farm loan system. Tariff revision to protect American wisdom. They aro not so wise when that some of them will bo granted. on a largo sonle. Elaborate preen n Keninl's military strength Is worth tlons were taken In all the large agriculture. thoy think thoy havo found it. and his popular support cities nf Kngland. "Protection for wool growers and Tho only wuy to avoid tho sight of consideration Sixty German olhYers Sunday night two motortnieks full tho public from tho unfair competiIs widespread. fools is to remain in ono's chamber have been making over his hands of of black nnd tun recruits, all fnnner tion of shoddy goods." - NEWS REVIEW OF CURRENT EVENTS Lntln-Amerlca- n Bcu-lab'- Jugo-Slnvl- aw-n- half-day'- s - e o and break tho mirror. THE CITIZEN December 0, 1920 LOCAL PAGE NEWS m SERVICE and STRENGTH FROM A OF BKREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED VARIETY OK SOURCES The Gift Problem is easily solved this year. The tendency is decidedly favorable to Miss Thclma Jackson, who has been METHODIST CHURCH confined to her home on Doono street Next Suntlny morning Dr. J. M. with n severe case of tonsllltls for Literal will preach and administer the the last week, has sufficiently re- Lord's supper. All are cordlaly Incovered to return to her school at vited to attend this service-- The Hugh. text for the evening will be Rom. 6:6. prayer Ilomember our Professor Lewis spent the first threo lays of the week In Western Ken- service nnd our Sabbath School Sertucky with the State Department of vice. Both meetings arc growing in Agriculture Institute force, substitut- interest nnd attendance. ing for Mr. Speed. Mrs. Fannie East, of Indiana, and WOMAN'S CLUB Mrs. Burchott, of Paint Lick, were The Woman's Club In Berea convlsltlnjr the family of W. P. Montmid-wtek This Dank specializes on the two wontials of SF.RVICF. and STRENGTH. SERVICE is guaranteed by the constant endeavor of our officers and employees to serve customers efficiently and well. It is further emphasized by our membership In the FF.DF.RAL RKSKRVF. SYS .'KM, which enables us to meet the rc(tiireincnts of cu.tomcrs in the most impartial way pouiblc anil to furnish them advice and information on business ami financial matter. STRENGTH is well evidenced by our Capital and Surplus of $70,000, our conservative management and our membership in the FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM. practical Gifta. Fish's 25 Reduction Sale will continue until Xmas. Complete new Line of Coats and Dresses. New York Samples off. 4 New 1-- gomery Friday and Saturday. Miss Huch Rabcr celebrated her birthday on Tuesday, December 10. A cake with ten candles and refreshments were served. Thoso present wore Alice Thompson, Ruth Raymond, Kathleen Rcatty, Morton Reatty, Thll Rabcr and HuRh Raber. M. R. Flanery Is excavating to installing n furnace In ris home on Center street. Mrs. J. O. Lehman has been suffering with a severe caso of tonsili-ti- s this week. Her son, nen, hns been kept in with bronchitis. Send The Citizen for a year to your friends. They will appreciate It as a Christmas gift. The "Messiah" will be given in the College Chapel on Monday night: December 13. This is a great event of the year. It is a most fitting Intro- department of Ribbon Novelties. Shop 1 early Jennie B. Fish Co. duction to the Christmas season. Especially fine soloists have been secured for the solos, and the Harmo-nl- a Society will render the chorus parts. Not only is this a rare opportunity, but it should be sustained by the whole community as a jnnt-tof local pride, for there aro few communities in which this could be cr done. tinues to grow both In interest and members, names being added at every meeting. The community Christmas tree will probably be one of tho greatest attractions of tho season. Also baskets of cheer will be sent out in cooperation with the Red Cross. Tho reports of the departmental secretaries show great interest being manifested in their several lines of work. These mccetings arc held every two weeks, with one' general meeting of the club each month, thus giving every member a chance to affiliate herself with her chosen department. The last general meeting was held at the home of Mrs. Hern-do- n on Jackson street. Tho President, Mrs. McGuire. presided. The program was carried out as printed except in the absence of .Mrs. Chest nut, Mrs. Lewis read her paper. The principal matter of new bust ness wns electing a representative to meet with the council. The Bill was discussed nnd telegrams sent to our Congressmen insisting that they voto in favor of this bill. All enjoyed a social hour, in which our hostess, assisted by Mrs. Diz ncy, served hot chocolate and cakes Adjourned to meet with Mrs. W J Hutchins for the January meeting cr Berea National Bank Keep Your Eye on Us Till After Christmas anil watch the props keep tailing from under prices. Pure Lard, while they last, per can $10.75 Sugar per lb 10 Host Flour per bag 1,40 Meal Best Middling or Shorts per bag SS Mill Feed Hinder Twine, while it laMs, per ball Pels Nap Soap per bar For 10 cakes Largo Size Lenox Snap per bar Coal Oil (where not, delivered) per gal 3,00 2.65 ,75 06 ,55 ,05 20 CARD OF THANKS I want to thnnk my many friends Classified Advertisements and neighbors for the assistance and sympathy shown mo during the sufI want to exchange the U. S fering and death of my dear husband. Wyatt place to a smaller place. Call Mrs. Hugh F. Parks 1 Henry Moore, Lancaster, Ky. 2t-2- Come to us for your field seed, clover and timothy, hay, dairy feed, cotton seed meal, anything in hardware. Make your headquarters at our store, it's the for farmers and everybody to get the market place prices and all news. Hensley & Cornett Succctior to S. E. Welch Department Store Christmas Bazaar Dainty and Practical Gifts Blooming Plants and Toys, Cakes, Pies and Other Foods. Hot Waffles, Syrup and CofI fee served, beginning at 11. Auspices of the Woman's Club. VOCATIONAL CHAPEL Monday, December 10 A Home Comfort Range, used three months, worth $150 at Chris-man- 's Money-Raisin- g Sale for $02.50. UNION CHURCH Dr. Hutchins will speak next Sunday in Union Church at 11:00 a.:m. upon "The Second Capital of Christianity" a topic postponed from previous date. The subject of the Some lady will receive a cash prize Thursday evening meeting at 7:30 of ?10.00 at the close of the CUIUS will be, "Starving Children." MAN BIG SALE. Register your NOTICE AMERICAN LEO ION name at the Free Sewing Machine There will be a banquet at Boone Department. It costs you nothing to Tavern, December 11, 1920, for all register. Advertisement. members of the American Legion. Cleveland Frost Post No. 50. All Legionaries will please see ths F. L. MOORE'S clerk at Boone Tavern before December 11 and reserve a plate, the price of which will bo one dollar Berea library WANTED A second-hantable, mission style. Call at 14 Es till street. d p, Kentucky John F. Dean J. W. Hcrndon The Berea Bank & Trust Co. Report of the condition of THE BEREA HANK & TRUST CO., doingbusiness.it the town of Berea, County of Madison, State of Ken-uck- DEAN & HERNDON Dealers in Real Estate, Ilerca, Ky, at the close of business on election war is over, The smoke has cleared away, Jim Cox has lost tho battle, And Harding's won tho day. The Now get to work, you croakers, And earn some bread and meat; day of Nov., RESOURCES 15th 1910. Loans ami Discounts Overdrafts, secured and unsecured 300,486. 18 Stocks, Bonds, and other Securities It matters not who's President, Or when he takes his seat. Due from Hanks Cash on hand Hanking House, Furniture and Fixtures ToTAl .... : 3.J07-5- 3 , J5,755.JS J797570 18,120.51 '',000. Co 38i,54S-3 Jewelry Store FOR First Class Repairing AND Fine Boys' Blue Grass Wagons $155 at Chrisman's Money-Raisin- g Sale. MAIN ST. Line of Jewelry BEREA, KY 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 MiEN Taxi Anywhere Passengers taken to all parts of Berea, or into the country, or to any of the surrounding towns. Calls Take "Kitty and the children" Evoryone Is cordially asked to meet And lead them by the hand promptly at 5:30 in Boone Tavern Out in tho open country lobby. There will bo an election of And buy a piece of land. officers for the coming year, and other business of importance which But if you cannot find a place, And don't know where to go, will be discussed. (Signed) Fleming B. Griffith, Com- Then just seo Dean & Herndon-The- y have them by the score. mander Cleveland Frost Post No. 50. John Dean is always at The Bank, Catch Hcrndon on tho fly; Call at Sewing Machine Department And if they cannot "fit you up," across the Btrect from Berea Drug None others need to try. Store and register for $10.00 prize. It costs you nothing to register. Come to Dean & Hcrndon. Ask Mr. VanWinkle. Advertisement. (1.00). LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in, in cash 550,00a 00 Surplus Fund 15,000.00 Undivided Profits, less expenses and taxus paid 3. 101.04 Deposits subject to check Jt 172,360.65 28,043. 24 97,211.96 4S9.47 298,105.32 10, Demand Certificates of Deposit Time Deposits Cashier's checks outstanding Due Hanks and Trust Companies Other Liabilities not included undor any of the aboe heads ioj.oo J36.95 1 . . Answered at Any Heir 50. J. A. CARTER Call at Berea Hotel, Phone No. 10 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- 38i, 545.3 State of Kentucky, County of Madison, Sc. We, J. V. Stephens and John F. Dean, President nnd Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement ih true to the best of our knowledge and belief. J. V. Stephens, President, John P. Dean, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 1st day of December, 1920. A. P. Scruggs, Notary Public My commission expires Jan. 13, 1924. Total List Your Property FOR SALE with Good Things For Christmas We name a few items for your guidance. We list here FOR WIFE OR FOR HUSBAND OR NUTS FRUITS Apples CANDY cruggs, Welch & Gay REAL ESTATE AGENTS SWEETHEART FRIEND Berea, Kentucky justment. We invite your inspection. R AT AUu in Ire. (luMimuteeU. .180 -- SNAP KILLS RATS Absolutely prriaiilm odor from curra. (Inn i;uknK r iror4 thin. i In lulling with other' food. KAT-KNA- T Ivory Set Watch Ring Lavaliere Manicure Set Candy Toilet Articles Silverware Books Peanuts Walauts Almonds Oranges Lemons Razor Watch Military Set Ring Knife Fountain Pen Violin Pecans Cream Nuts Grapefrait Grapes Filberts Hand Dipped Chocolates Creams Bon Bobs Nut Kisses Guitar Books A dandy assortment of Fancy Box Chocolates that are good at popular prices. We are glad when you are pleased. J. M. Coyle & Co. Berea, Kjr. alia (I rake) enough fur l'aukrjr, Kitchen, or Cellar. Offa ilia (S rukei) fur Chlckeu lIuui,fMM, or tmull bullillugi. l.SA tlie (S eakei) enough for all farm and out bulldlnc, atorufo build. ing, or factory bulldluKe. Hold and Guaranteed by Drug Co. I'ortf Stationery Stationery Successors to Welch' Special prices for School and Church Xmas treats Main Street BEREA DRUG COMPANY Phone 59 Berea, Ky R. R. HARRIS Ilensley & Cornett December 0, 1020 THE CITIZEN Pago Flvo Prices Dropped Just in Time For Santa Claus For the Holiday season we are offering reduced prices on our entire line of Furniture, Rugs and Floor Coverings, Cook Stoves, Ranges and Heaters which will enable our many friends to buy their Christmas Gifts at a great reduction. It has been proven that sensible gifts are the most satisfactory to all concerned. And we are undoubtedly better prepared to select your gifts than any store in this section. Below we are offering you a few of the many suggestions that will give you an idea of how much we can save you on your selections. If you don't see what you want, just bring your list down. We are sure we can fill your want and at the same time save you a great deal of money. Never before in our history has our stock been more complete at Christmas time. There is not a member of the family whose presents cannot be bought from our stock. POPULAR BUFFETS Buffets of excellent construction nml superior workman-shl- p values seldom found nt this price. Designs nre simple, depending for their on attractiveness beauty of line and finish. Easy sliding drawers, roomy cupboards. Now priced nt 432.50 " HELP YOUR FRIENDS In our Big Contest Bring the children down and make your Christmas selections early. :11818EI NEW BEDROOM SUITES Now On Display For the bedroom, more than for any other room in the house, one may choosa furnishings which express individual taste and preference. These new displays ot bedroom suites offer satisfactory proof that this store is ready with new and de sirable bedroom furnishings for every need. Every piece shows the finest of workmanship nnd beautiful cabinet work- Suites may bo chosen in popular designs. Regular price $150. Sale price - COOK STOVES .... $98.50 Favorite and New Process Ranges as low as Box stoves .... $50.00 18.00 1IEAT1NC. STOVES We have only a few of these left in stock, and are going to give our customers a 25 percent reduction. DAVKXKTTKS $45.00 Dnvencttw NOW CO.0O Davencttcs NOW 05.00 Davenette NOW 85 00 Davcnettes NOW J20.9 4SS0 r0 00 62J50 McDougall Kitchen Cabinets DINING-ROO- SUITES OF EXCELLENT well-like- DESIGNS enjoyment than in new dining-roo- m ALUMINUM WARE Thu first kitchen cabinet. Known the world over for itr quality and labor-Havin- Cheerful suites and finishes. vided fortond examination. suites. you may imagine. surroundings have more to do with home Our new furniture displays offer pleasing choice d furniture of simple, designs arc shown in The necessity for substantial construction has been the cabinet work on every piece is worthy of careful Wo arc featuring at this time' beautiful dining-100Prices during our sale as low as dining-roo- m m popular woods definitely pro Quality Brand A Twenty year guarantee, and with 20 percent reduction in price. $147.00 $G5 Valuo ...$48.50 75 Vnluo 90 Value ... ... 58.50 C8.50 SPRINGS Wood Frame, $5.50 Value, at $6.00 Valuo at All Metal Springs. $9 00 Value, at Royal Blue Coil Spring, $15.00 Value, at Royal Blue, Double Deck, $25.00 Value, RUGS Wo have $ 3-- i 458 7.50 9.50 16-9- nt just purchased a largo shipment of rugs at MATTRESSES 50 Mi. Weight Kxcelsior Cotton Mattress 50 Lb. Cotton Kelt Mattress $15.00 Value 50 Lb., licit Grade, All Felt, $20.00 Valuo DINING-ROO- $5.25 8.98 13.50 CHAIRS AND MOCKERS A big discount on ull of these. Sec our sale prices. SIMMONS IIEDS The Simmons beds arc known tho world over for their quality post during our sale as low h and wo arc offering a two-inc- as , $8.98 25 percent off in price, and wo arc also going to offer to you a 20 percent reduction, making a $21.93 9x12 Best Grade Tapestry Rug 3850 9x12 Axminstor 38.50 9x12 Velvet Rug 55.00 Turkenstun Velvet Rug 15.00 9x12 Crex Rug 15 00 9x12 Congoleum These aro sold on a guaranteed price until April 1. BOTH RICHMOND AND BEREA STORES ARE INCLUDED IN THIS SALE MUNCY BROTHERS The Christmas Store rage Six THE CITIZEN December 0, 1020 MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spence, Farm Demonstrator and Sprcial 3,000 KILLED IN Investigator cess to pasture, at 1.0C acres of pasPURPOSE OK FA KM KUREAU The Farm Bureau Is n compara- ture per horse. This is nn allowance tively new organization, and its pur- of 2C2.4 pounds of grain, 3,400 pounds OR DIED OF RESULTING INJURIES pose and plans of operation nrc not of hay and 1.00 acres of pasture per THEREFROM DURING thoroughly understood by nil farm- year for ench working horse. The 1920. ers. It is to the farmer what the horses observed were working regu Chamber of Commerce is to the busi- - larly on Illinois farms under usual ncss man of a city, and it proposes farm conditions Becomes More and More With theso figures as a guide, it is "Each Year Itfor a to assist the farmer to place agrl- Dangerous Perton to Walk on culture upon n business basis. It not difficult to computo the cost per the Streets," the Census Bureau's docs not preach class hatred, for It horse per year, manure produced by Statement Said. is not engaged In tearing down other horses and colts is vnluable to the enterprises of Individuals, but rather farmer nnd offsets feeding costs at Western Newspaper Union News Service to develop ngriculture nnd n better present grain prices to the extent of Washington. Thnv thousand vlght marketing svstcm for farm products, approximately ?JU per year lor a hundred mid eight persons were killed The president of the American drafter and $30 per year for a In automobile accidents, or died ns u Farm Bureau Federation, Mr J. 11. colt. This is placing its worth at $3 result of Injuries therefrom during the Howard, has outlined the purpose of per ton Census Hurcsiu an At present, figuring rum nt 90 last vo.ir. the tlin Knrm Bureau, nnd wo nuote the nounced In n sliitemi'iit offering sup following paragraph from his re- - nts at GOc, hay nt ?25 per ton and i:cstlnns for tmlllc Improvement. $,s P0' ncro or Ilnsturc rcnt tno nutoinolille accident dentil rule of 1 Ai 1.1 marks: "It has always been the policy of total board bill for a working horse out of every 100.000 of population w.is Vnrm iiiironn nml tl of. comes to $117.35 per year. The reported for 1011). mi Inereuse over ov ficcrs in charge of it to avoid nny- - former substracts from this the value ery year since 11)15 when the rote was thing bordering upon class conscious- - of fertilizer contributed, $39, leaving S.O, ntul nn Increnv of 2 15 In the total ncss, or which would tend to destroy but $78.35 expense for a year's feed- nitinlier of dentin over WIS. more mid "Kneli J ear It becomes lnK- any other line of business. In the These exact figures explode the high more dangerous for n person to wall. nnnlvsl. there Is no distinction on the streets," the Census Bureau's between the interests of the producer cost of feeding theory. The recent statement said. "The reason usually nny ana grain prices is aiso given, in- "P nnd the consumer, between the and probably the correct one. Is economy argument for city users thnt the number of niitomobllesi III ue tcrest of the farmer nnd the town draft nnd wagon horses. Nor has constantly Is Increasing. How then dweller. It is true the farmer could cost shall this danger be live longer without the men in town t disturbed the balance between of production and income on larms lessened? The obvious remedy Is to !, rn,,l.! th without the regula imn,,llnK, h former's where horses nnd mules are used, for Improve constantly the tralllc ever-Ill- tions to keep pace with the only to that with the d(,ino ,of fedinK stufTs, the creasing number of automobiles. activities would be limited maintaining farm power like- which he himself consumes on his cost of "This call for better and better tr.if- He must have nn outlet for wise drops tle restitutions Is not n fanciful one. farm. Kveryone Is familiar with the neces- surnlus production. It is to the slty for slow and orderly progress farmer's interest thnt the city pros THUNDERSTORMS SOUR MILK when n crowd emerges from a circus per. Call it selfishness on our pnrt tent nnd, similarly automobile Imllle if you want, but we as farmers nre Theory Held by Many People, but Au must be slowed down nnd controlled dependent upon railroads and manu thorities Attribute Trouble until It becomes safe. The 1019 rates facturing, upon wholesalers and ro- to Other Causes. for Kansas City. Mo.. San Antonio nn-- l tailers. The more healthy the genCleveland, all much lower than for The season for thunderstorms Is nt 101S. provides n my of hopo that we eral business of the country is, the better it is for the farmer. I would hand and a good many farmers' wives finally are waking up." Suggestions made by the llurenu for selfishly like to see every laboring will be concerned about the souring man in the country employed every of the milk. The theory Is held by a Tralllc Improvement follow: Krectlon good many that thunder will sour the of street crossings of curbed safety day of the year at useful employment milk, Islands, which, at the most dangerous but authorities sny the and at good wages, for I would then should be attributed to other sourlnc spots, should be close together. Con causes. - assured beof a certain market for They sny thnt the souring Is caused structlon of additional crossings In the the surplus of my farm. I have no normally by the acidity which results Middle of blocks, where automobiles sympathy whatever with any farm from bacterial growth and sterilized can approach from only two directions. movement which tends to build up milk will not sour during a thunder- Demonstration of great skill In ilru agriculture at the expense of any storm. Neither will milk that Is kent Ing earn iiiauilne before granting a other industry, for it would in itself on Ice. The probable explanation lies !rler's license for that machine. Ite in the fact that during the ductlon of the sikim! limit, eioclitIly defeat its own end very rapidly. this kind the temperature storms of nt crossings. Fine, revocu Is raised Neither have I sympathy with nny sufllciently to fnvor the multiplication cense nnd Imprisonment, en line of business which tends to push of the iina uai. ux names snows ncnievc- bacteria where the Its place ns nn net mil penalty. Youngstown. Ohio, lends the list of mem in almost every line of ncliv- - GOOD TURNS ON CHRISTMAS downward agriculture or agricultural temperature Is not regulated by the 00 cities In the auto death rati: with ity, nnd thoy are widely scattered prices to the exploitation of other use of Ice. 28- -r out of every 100,000, hut showed throughout the region. Though moro Chance for All to Aid the Friendless In business. What we need and must Having Happy Yuletlde have in this country is a proper eco BENEFITS OF SILAGE ACIDS a decrease rrom tne previous year numerous In the counties adjoining Season, when the rate was 31.0. nichmon.1. the thlckly-settle- d nomic adjustment or balance between sections of the . c, the lowest rate, with 50, hut c,f ,, . the farmer and industry, and I con Fermentation of Feed Hat an lm. showed a Might Increase over 1918, 7 Ioun purveyors of Christmas cheer 7' portant Dietetic Value Keeps ",u mosl rcmoio anu isolated parts REM, often tlnd n market for their sider it one of the functions of the h..n it una r..4. Xmv Vnt-L- i.mi thn Bowels Regulated. precious wares outside the pnle of American Farm Bureau Federation to largest number of deaths, with 7S0. an 01 tno mountain region. In nn article of limited space it is charity, for nil homeless peoplo are Increase of SO over the previous year, assist in seeking this proper relation The acidity of silage caused larcelv and more than double the number In possible to mention, at random, onlv not necessarily poor, nnd neither are ship." by the formation of lactic acid The farmer, the business man in fermentation of the feed has an by the 1lU.r. New York's nutomohlle death a few of the names on the list bv all childless homes necessarily unhapImpor mi ' way of illustration. From Rock py. Housekeepers who are short on " ' fact, every citizen can subscribe to tant dietetic value, regulatlne the persons. Clilcng-rdeatlis numbered bridge county, Virginia, came Wil homes may combine these two Incklngs the purpose and object of the Farm bowels and checking undesirable pu- 328, nn Increase of 37, with a death nnd make Clirlstmns dny n merry deHam A. McCorkle, of Scotch-Iris- h light for the grown-upBureau. It is important not only to trefactive processes In the Intestines. rate of 12:3. In spite of The favorable influence of silage on stock. From ono position he rose to these uufortunnte conditions. agriculture to have an organization There Is nlways something peculiaranother until he became Governor of that will serve it well, but the suc the health of nnlmnls hns been comShells Explode on Vessel monly noted, nnd Is probably due to West Virginia in 1802. Ho is still ly pitiable In the Iden of nny one cess and progress of all other busiNew York. Hundreds of homes In the silage acids. living and is nctivc in all movements "flocking alone" which should appeal ness enterprises depend upon the the Ft. Hamilton section of llrtxiUyn r to without a family, thnt affect the welfare of the State. so the -,, farm. virtually were under henry nrtlllery that this should be the occasion for bombardment resulting from Intermit' He is a writer and speaker of origin- - her to gather In nil the bachelor maids CINCINNATI MARKETS. and ten- - ality and force. tent explosions of nnd homeless men of Iter ncqualutnnce THE CAMPAIGN IS ON Inch shells on the steam lliter AinncIn what is now Roan county. W4t and give them a Joyful opportunity to The Governor of Kentucky has Hay and Grain. . k'twan, which caught tire when moor Virginia, was borr. Cyrus Hall "flock together." Kven tho Scrooges. proclaimed this week, December C to Corn No. 3 white 777Sc.' No. 3 ed to the Army Reservation wharf. in 1800. Showing an invent-iv- o If she knows nny, should be rescued 11, inclusive, as Junior Agricultural yellow . Gathering together their belongings. 808le. No. 4 mixed 727-lcof turn of mind, he became father of from their lonely bowls shut-u- cruel and Club Enrolment Week. The Gover old corn, No. 2 white S283c, No. 3 In a belief that the nnval arsenal at persuaded to open their hearts machinery. His and wear them outside for general In- nor sees the real value in this work white 81(?S2e. Ft. Ijifujette, a small Island near Ft, our agricultural and binder revolutionized spectlon. ns Dickens savs. -- For Christ Sound Hay Timothy per ton $20f? Hamilton, was ablaze, tcrrilletl scores reaper to our young people, and in his Proc lamation published last week, he set 28. clover mixed J2202O, clover tied their homes for safer zones, drlv farming, mado possible the cultivn- - mas dnws to peck nt." Therefore, col 'oct 'x or lorth the reasons why our boys and Oats No. 2 white rtfUArUc. No. 3 en to frenzied haste by the series of do- - tion of the large areas of the West feather who eight of these birds of a nre destitute of near-bgirls should be Club Members. He while mURl'Av, No. 2 mixed .rilO,52c. tonatioiis that were heard for miles nnd determined the destiny of our nrmiiiu. ah oiiicmi suuemeni jroin country to the Pacific Ocean. Here kill, and kin and make your Christasked that every schoolboy and girl. Ulll-.1- t N'll ffrnst a center of good for f riwl ' Vn .'! ro.l n. .. .mm.m , ,m. no ines ...... colvc(, for hls invcnltons j mas the charming solitaires cheer are ooiwcen ten and eighteen years of $I.O."l.ftS. No. 1 red $1.00 J? 1.03. 4'v" all luuwi liiaf tmil fruit lint friiir i.orwirw I you age, join a club. Injured, and thevebut slight- - mc(,a'8. frm the American Institute, nhle to drnw within Its radius. had Butter, Eggi and Poultry, Iv. The State Superintendent, Mr. Col- One of the terrlfrlnc Incidents tno ""rids Fair in London, tho Woman's Home Companion. Itutter Whole mill: creamery extras night of I'nris Exposition nnd was mado a of barrage was tbe vin, has sent a message to every ftSc; centralized extras .Vic, firsts a shell high over the riser- - member of the Legion of Honor in v,oumy ouperimenueni, principal ana Ksgw-K- xtra firsts 77c, llrsts 75c, ration and Into a house In Ft. I latnll- - France, icacner in me state, asking them to ordinary firsts 73c. ton I'nrkway. from Tazewell county, a highly Good Year for Violets. cooperate in this great work of Junior Uve Poultry llrollers, 2 11m nnd mountainous region, came Dr. S. B. Sweet pens hnve been forced for tho Agricultural Club movement. Tin hnJ under 2Sc, frjers over 2lti 20c; fowls ' Deputies Fire Volley Into Mob. n ll,s ""'I er 2.1c. under I lba 10c, Johnson. Receiving his medical de- - Clirlstmns market only for many years nske.1 ovnrv ,v,,u" roosters lue. Hrlstol, Vn. Tate Itlondell. a chauf from the University of Virginia pnst. They must be started blooming gram, inviting the entire district to feur, was killed and a number of men in 187C, ho studied abroad, became a before the cold weather begins. Then Live Stock. , .... . 1. lal'n .. they ""V""1, U,IU ,,mM5 u, uovcrnurs Cattle Steers, good to choice $10.50 were wounded during n pitched nbattle surgeon of note, was n fellow of the do notwill bloom nil winter. Daffodils proclamation a reality by organizing mob get In until February, but al12, fair to good $781 OA), common resulting from an attempt of Surgical Society nnd most nil the rest of the spring (lowers, n Junior Agricultural Club. to fair $l.riiw), lielfers, good to choice, to storm the Jail nt Wise, near here, International Every teacher in iMmw. fair to good $r...'i07-V- ). and obtain ihiksussIoii of n negro contributed to many surgical Jour hynclnths, narcissuses, havardla. and territory so on. lire on the Christmas counters. tomnion to fair $.1AI5s1. caiiners named Williams, who Is nccufecd of nals. nwi,.M- - ..u wuuicui $2..V)03), slock helferh $l(8ri. having assaulted anil robbed Creed From Jackson county, Alnbnma, Easter lilies, too, though rather cold uumur Agncuiiurai uiun Calves Good to choke $14015, Itohlnett, nn nged merchant, of Appal-- came J. II. Rcrry. Educated for the and white for Clirlstmns, nre sold. enrolment cards and enrolment blank, fair to good $1001 1, common and largo cilia. are line this winter, deeply, law, ho became, in 1874, speaker of I earnestly beg of each teacher to en- - $100. tho Houso of Representatives of darkly, beautifully blue. Some miSheei Good to choice $5.5000, fulr gnonette now comes In enormous roll as many as ten. if not more, in Pallbearer Is Accused. Arkansas, to which stato he had re sprays. There lire carnations but his or her school district. If more to good $105.50, common $203: the Evansvllle, Ind. Walter Woodrlne, moved. Ho was to choice $11.50012, fulr lambs, good later Governor of bright red Clirlstmns carnation Is tho cords or organization blanks nre to good $10011.50. 10 yearn old, EvnnsvUIe, un automobile tho state nnd finally selected as favorite. Holly comes from the hills driver, who n week ago was a pall needed, I shnll be glad to fumlsh Hogs Heuvi $10.75, choice pucker of SInrylnn.l nnd tho south. The wild and butchers $10.75, medium $10.75. bearer nt the funeral of Dennis Ruben, United States Senator. them. Write mo nt once. Alson Stockton, of Floyd county, holly supplies the market and there to choice heavy fut sows $110 17 years old, a tnxlcnli driver, who, I want to suggest that each teacher common 0. light shippers $10.75, pita (110 lb the police say, was murdered a fort- Georgia, was a man of literary hns never seemed to be nny percepticoiltinuo to enroll members until uud les!) $8010.50. ble diminution of the supply. Great night ago, Is under arrest In connec tastes. Ho became Professor of quantities of It nre purchased by nil school closes or until December 31. tion wllh the hitler's death. English Literature in tho University sorts of dealers, who decorate their Send all cards and enrolment blank? .- r Tr. i t. i ni " t r.nceion stores with It and send out a sprig to me at Derca. This, of course, NO MORE Nine Stills Seized In Kentucky. , to every Christinas parcel. w Jersey. Lexington. Ky. Nine fully equipped pucRB. means those people In my territory. 1'rltchard, or Washington 5,000 gallons of moonshine stills, Robert F. Sp'ence, whisky were seized by Federal agents county, Tennessee, was admitted to What Mrs. Ilrennlnger, of New York,' County Agri. Agent ur mlrn, nflrr yna u It' In a raid In the "South America" ills- - tho bar In 1887 and by gradual pro Says About Rat Poison pkic. rikI n fturo riHlrni killer Try a "Tried preparations that kill rats, tect of Whllley county that resulted motion becamo Judgo of tho United but lirove It. Ual. klllnt with Unv uu ii r tlugi wuu't Cut is the only ono that it'll. in a pm i.e.i battle i.oivveen ;h "sliin- - states Circuit Court at Ashevllle. prevents P FEED NEEDED FOR A HORSE tuui-It. (lunrnutecil. after era" nnd 1 prohibition agents, accord- North Carolina, in 1004, and is still Ing. Also dlsagrceablo odors becausekill-- ! ' :m alia II iUi'l ruuuiili fur P In tho exact cost accounting studies like it ing to reports received from Plnovllle. I'mitry, Kltt'livn, or Cellnr. serving unless ho has died recently. conies in handy cakes, no mixing with carried out by the Bureau of Farm) ! (4 rukra) fur I'lilrkru Four of the nlleged moonshiners am S5o ou don't havo to dirty! other food. Management of the University of Ill William E. Connely, of Johnson your lluuaf, toupi, or niMttll IiuIIiIIiik. held In l'luevllle. Warrants have been nanus, us l.tSilio (S rukra) vuimgli furull- Issued for 11 other men who are xY county, Kentucky, began ns a school hold use." Try mo uest lor house.' inois, covering a period of five years, Three liullilturuc furmuiKl luga, or factory IiuIIiIIiik. work horses required annually but leged have belonged to the "shiner teacher. Removing to Kansas, ho Blzes, 35c, 05c, $1.25. Sold nnd Nuliluuil Guuruiitofil ly, army" ll.ut engaged In tho battle, was connected with business interests guaranteed by 25.3 bushels of corn, 37.8 bushels of rorter-moor- e I'orter-Moor- e Drug Co. Drug Co. U. S. JlarhaU are on tlielr trail. and also secured a reputation as a oats, 1.7 tons hay and 170 days ac Hensley & Cornett Hensley & Cornett t AUTO ACCIDENTS d-- ri,n. lt ' g r.;o, w iMriovED imiroiN iNTiRNATienAiT historical writer. His book entitled, A Chronicle of Eastern Kentucky," Who's Who Is He is regarded as In the an authority on Indian vocabulary of the Wyandote Indians known to exist. Living In a prairie state," he Ity Prof. J. It. Robertson is nn enthusiastic lover of the mounlUy IIBV II FITZWATKIl. D. D., tain region. The mountainous regions of the Temlier of Knglluli llibla In I he Moody Jefferson C. Bnrtlctt, lorn In MurIllule Institute ( I'Wihro.) world's surface have played nn 1(0, ray county, Georgia, removed to No- mi Wes.ftn .Nwp pr t'nlon ) portnnt part In keeping alivo i i .,.t.l lirnat'fi If spirit of Liberty among men. The ,A , LESSON FOR DECEMBER 12 Unte( Stn,M N history of Scotland SwlUerlnnd and ,, , t,mo , WM n(,vnncc(, Servla abundantly Illustrate that fact ,001( ,,e Commnn,Ior.In.chof of WHATTHE KINGDOM OF HEAVEN as well ns that of many other places, lm, South Atlnnl,c s IS LIKE. of t, In our own country the mountain UnUeo stntci Nnvy t.Hsao.s TKXT-M- stt II section of the South contributed to ,. .,,, ... 0...i. Vhn OOl.DKN TKXT-Tl- ie kingdom of hev-e- n the Anal result in the Revolutionary ' momMm nrc Is nut inrnt and Urlnk, but righteous-Hr;rvoIr of Rronl Holy nnil mncc, nml Joy In lb , nr. by which wo won our Indepcnd- - n,lv,1(,n, in,nilo.(l,i ,, . , Utiont. Itnrn 11:11. encc from England nnd In the Civil ,., ,., un, ADDITIONAL MATKUIAL Mnrk .mi,'. :yi-Uike ll.lJ-J- l War which laid broader the basis of mn , . I'HIMAIIV TOPI- C- Howlnc In OooJ n iiemocrnuc America. r.. .i. r - tiro.in.i TOPIC-Hh- ort JUNK The "Pageant of the Mountains,'' :,,,,.,, ,, Btorles That Je- u Told connected with the Inauguration of INTHUMKOtATK ANI HKNIOIl TOPIC -- Olirltfii Joy of nnillnit the Iot. Uerea's new President, revived in YUVKO I'KOI'I.K ANIJ ADULT TOPIC vivid nnd attractive form a few of AVOID CHRISTMAS TREE FIRE -- Tli guiirrinn Importance) of Chrlnt'i the notable and romantic Incidents BJCrtllo for the I.t. which illustrate the rich resources to Utmoit Care Sheuld De Used In TrimI. The Parable of the Hid Treasur ming, Thui Preventing Fatalibe found in the past of our mountain v. 41). ties In the Hornet. region. The moro these resources The common Interpretation of this nro brought out and made familiar. parable th,u Christ Is the hid treasure ' .c"rpthe greater the spirit of pride nnd for which the sinner must give up loyalty to the mountnlns will become., fc&'iASI ...,. p,lr,.,.. everythingfor In order to buy sntvatlon Is false, It was a familiar phrase of Hcroa's f the following reasons: ir..o. Mr. n eorrestiomlent 1. Christ Is not hidden In n field, former President thnt "the mountains Good in llousekeep- are a good place In which to be Ins. There hnve been scores of Christ- - but has been lifted up and made n born." A little piece of investigation ",n ,rt'' fatalities In homes and In spectnele to the world. 2. Nobody hns ever been obliged to in the class-rooby a group of stu-- i s,"1,ln' schools which n little euro ,mvo Prevented. Tbe writer buy the world In order to get Christ. dents confirms that statement in nn ",,ce "cl " trT !l. Salvation cannot be ptirehnscd, " MnZl, c,""ul"ln intercom- - way ...... v. . b, imrc, ri mum-ilifor It Is (lod's free and gracious gift. iw Whos Uho In America" is a book a h... ...i.i, ti. rr..m, i,rni.. 4. No nnrrant Is ever held out to a in which appear the names and bi- - candle had been wired too high, and It man to conceal his religion after he ographics of men and women who, took only u few minutes of Its brisk hits obtained It. have accomplished something thnt Is heat to char a brunch nbnve It and In order to tlnd ground that Is safe A thick portiere wnn 0 "nine. worth while along every line of and that we may appreciate Us beauty torn from It- pole nnd thronn ever the and symmetry let us break up the partivity in life. In the investigation above referred blaze. If It had not been at hand the able Into Its component parts: light window curtains would hnve 1. The Held. This Is the world (v. to the volume of one year was gono cnUKht Are In , Since 33). through to find how many of the per thnt Christmasanother minute. always 2. The treasure. In Psnlm 1.15:4 we our tree hns sons included In the book were born been placed In the center of the room, nre told thnt Isrnel. the chosen people, in the mountain region of the South, nnd we hnve eschewed cotton wool. Is His trensure. The snine truth Is nngels, and celluloid or- - set forth In different plnces and ways The counties considered ns sufficiently tlsxue-pnpc- r rugged In whole or in nnrt to bo eom.l nnments. First of nil, we wire Tuch (Dent. 7:0-8- ; H:5; 20:18; .'12 : 8, 0). prised in this area number 235 In the' cn,"II, securely In place nt the furth The kingdom of hen veil ns to Its true relation nnd benrlng Is now hidden. states of Kentucky. Tennessee. North es t end of a branch which hns noth Ing above It, Christ wns fir tree or trimCarolina, South Carolina. Georgia, ming. Then nseithertree Is denuded we It wns for primarily sent to the Jews; the their sake, the hid trensure. Virginia, West Virginia and Ala watch carefully the thnt He bought the Held. bama. H. The ptirrhnser candles. Sometimes one of them, near the Son of God It was found, ns a result of the ly burned down, will topple over or he (John 3:10). 4. The purrhnse price. search, that there was n list of nn. merely a cpnrk of tinme, hut near to This was Intlninmablo and be n men- - the precious blood of Jeus Christ, proximately 200 names, and this num-- l God's beloved Son. which Is worth Inber would hnve been larger if the finitely more than sliver nnd gold nnd the treasures of enrth (I 1'ef. 1 :13, 10; Mountains well-know- SUNMTSOIOOL Lesson ,, I ", n,,i .,(! ... - t- -i- ' ""?''!? IPf'" ,,, ' a .r milk-sourin- g ... - s s home-make- six-Inc- h - p $2.-.ff- Isn. .Vt). II. The Parable of the Merchantman Seeking Pearls (vv. 4.1, 40). The view Hint this merchantman represents the sinner seeking salvation Is contrary to the whole lenchlng of Scripture. TTil would make the sin- ner to be seeking for Christ, while n.rlst Is ns Indifferent ns n lifeless pearl. The whole burden of revelnllon Is that man. since the fnll of Adam In the gnrden of Eden, hns been hid nwny from God. nnd thnt the Father, Son nnd Holy Spirit nre nil nctlvely engaged In seeking for lost men. 1. The merchantman. He Is without ipiestlon Christ. Ho Is nctlvely In the search for pearls. In this search hp discovers one pcnrl of great price. 2. The purebnse price. The merchantman sold nil Impoverished himself In order to buy the penrl. Christ ImiKivcrM.cd Himself (Phil. 2:0-8- ) to purchase the one l of grout price by Ills own precious blood (I Pet. 1:18. 10; Kph. 5:25). Salvation Is without money nnd without price. .1. The penrl of great price. This Is the church. Christ, the merchantman, will Had other penrls of grent wilno. out the peerless gem set nbove all others will l,. the chrucli which He hns purchased with His own blood. This truth Is In harmony with the gen-ortenrhlng of Scripture, which seta forth the different bodies of the al . a' bi-e- 100-yar- d ten-Inc- h ' ,.!. ge 1 1 ....v..u .n.v-ivi.-- c.....l ....' a RATS UAT-SN',I ll.Vr-S.N- I III. The Parable of the Draonet (vv. 47,'K)). This piirnble gives us n picture of the consummation of the kingdom. Note the parts of the parable: 1. The sen. This word when used In r. figurative sense denotes peoples or multitudes (Dan. 7:;j; nn.l). This means, then, that out of this world shall be gathered a multitude of people, good nnd bad. 2. The dragnet. The word "net" Is properly trnnslnted dragnet. The drag net oust Into the see, thei uns tho prenchlng of the Gospel In this age. 3. The dragnet drawn to the shore when full. This means that when God's puritose Is made full regarding the preaching of the Gospel In this nge, account will be tuken of the results. 4. Assortment made by thu cngels. In the day of this accounting the angels will be the ncents which shnll separate the saved from the unsaved. r, The destiny of the had fish. The angels which ure sent forth shall sev-o- r the wicked from among the Just, nnd shnll cast them Into thu furnace of fire, where there shall be walling and gnashing of teeth. u,. Can Be No Comparison. RAT-SNA- 1 RAT-SNA- RAT-SNA- t. been redeemed by Hie precious blood of Jesus; tho other oven now groups for redemption. The one Is made In the Imago and after the likeness or God; (ho other but Imperfectly reflects, us In a mirror, tho wonderful majesty nml power of God. Rov. Hoary Lou iides Drew. There cun be no comparison mnde between the Intrinsic values of the human soul, mid the world. The one Is Immortal, everlasting j the other Is corruptible, transitory. Tho one has i December 0, 1920 THE CITIZEN this should, of course, be sent to the Inbcratory for examination. Tho State Hoard of Health will make this examination for nny ono In the Stnts frco of charge. Of course If the i suspected person hns been living, re cently, In tho snme house with one who hns tuberculosis, especially if this person is not clenn In his personal habits nntl Is careless nbout the dlsposnl of his sputum, the nbovc symptoms tnkc on added significance. THE AUTHORITY OF JESUS Prof. John F. Smith Most of us arc nccustomcd to look for direct stntcments In the Hiblc concerning tho nuthority of Jesus In order to sntlsfy our minds thnt He rcnlly possessed divine authority. On this point wo find a very direct statement pronounced just nftcr He was baptized, "This is my beloved Son." This of itself Is very strong endorsement, but It Is greatly reinforced by other evidence that may easily be read between tho lines of the gospels. Some of these evidences follow: 1. Ills personal magnetism. Jesus wns in many particulars like other men. Rut the human qualities which He possessed were of such superior kind thnt He could never bo clnssctl ns nn ordlnnry human. Ills ability to draw men nnd chnrm them with His personnllty wns superior to that possessed by nny other man. 2. His splendid oratorical ability. As a public spenkcr Jesus possessed tho rarest ability. People crowded about Him by hundreds and thousands to hear His words. Never before nor since has n man had such audiences under such circumstances. There have been other great orators, but none so wonderful ns He. 3. His insight into humnn nature. Other men have shown rare powers of discerning tho thoughts nntl chnrncter of people, but no ono else possessed powers equal to those of the Mnn of Gnlilee. 4. His choice of illustration. The illustrations employed by Spurgcon, Moody, Reechcr, other great preachers, nre familiar to every Informed pulpit nnd congregation in the land, nut none of these nre more npt, more simple, or better told than those employed by Jesus. His genius for choosing illustrations thnt would illustrate wns superior to all others. 5. His ready answers to questions. Jesus hatl tho keenest minds to deal with. They represented the best product of the very excellent system of Jewish education. Out in all His nrguments He was never cntrapt. He turned the tables on His opponent and came away with credit. 0. His itleas of political economy, He was n poor mnn purposely so but He knew the vnluo and the proper uses of wealth. He believed that men should mako money; Ho nbhored Pago Seven A hon-prtlis- n family publlthed every IIEKKA PUIIUSHINQ CO. (tncorpof.teil) J. o. t.KIIMAN. t Here.. Kf .. THE CITIZEN ntwip.pt, Thuriilty A.l.t M fconl by Parent-Teacher- HAIiflllAI.Ii K. VAUGHN. Editor KnUrrd t thm Editor .n,l nu.intM Man.nr PUnLIC SCHOOL NOTES E. F. Dlzney, Principal The following Is tho program for s' Asssocintlon for Friday, December 10: Berea College Hospital llet Equipment slid Serrlce at Lowest Cot. Ward for Men and for Women. Sun. Parlor, Private Room, Hatha. Klcctrlc Service. clui mull m.tlrr. Payable In advance. Onjrr. II.C0; l month- -. auiwcmiTioN hatks NS cent.; thrni month- -. Wrrnt-- . Foreign AiN-rtl.l- nr The American Pre.. Aoclatlon. Your Town and Mine the mnn who loves his town nntl whose town lovei him. A great dcnl of sentiment hns long centered In the "old plnce," "father's (neighborhood" and "my homo town." With tremulous voices wc sing ditties immoralizing these sncred snots. We hear, with n frown, disparting remarks nbout our town. We will not listen for a minute to an unfavorable report from n strnngrr. With nil this sentiment and locnl pride there should comu n determination to make our town what we boast that it Is when wc are tnlklng to strnngcrs. These first remnrks can bo applied to any town, but we have Ilcrea in mind ns they nre written. Hardly can n town be found that measures up to Heron's history and opportunity. Heren was founded in Christianity, with a Church as Its chief corner stone and n Christian school ns its foundation. The Christianity on which Heren was founded was not n narrow orthodoxy, but one that embraced the full mensure of Christ's doctrine. Tho grcntcst word in Hcrea's founding was FREEDOM freedom of body, freedom of conscience, freedom of soul, lleroa has had her periods of ups and downs as other places. There have been times when it seemed that our town was losing grip on its ideals, but the Rood citizens nt the time they were needed most came to tho rescue nnd made a thorough Wo have always been nblo to maintain a high moral tone in nil the niTnlrs of tho town. Our town boards have systematically turned down ail propositions from immoral or decoying enterprises. Even pool rooms, which have never been classed among the major vices, have never been nble to thrive in Heren. Hut is Hcrca now what wo would hnvc it to be? Our streets nre clrnn, our noighbors nre kind nnd considerate, our churches are full, everybody is busy, and on tho surface everything seems to be at its best, but is it so 7 Wc have prohibition in our county, statu and nation, but is not it true that liquor finds its wny to Hcrca! Gnmbling is unlawful, but has it ever been whispered in your presence that stores, lumber yards, and offices have beer, the scenes of gambling. If it is not true, an effort should be made to put down such slanderous reports. If it is true, can the good people of Keren suffer its standard to be dragged in the dust7 Wc nre proud of Heren. Wc love Hcrca. Wc like to think of it as the beacon light to a thousand mountain valleys, hence we cannot afford to nllow its ideals to be lowered. Is house-cleanin- Hnppy Devotional Mrs. Wilcox Science nntl Culture. Prof. C. D. Lcwii Henlth Mrs. Cowley Science nnd Morals ....Rro. Holder Spcclnl Music. Refreshments served. If plans go forward as the prospects new Indicate, wc will sec tho school building wlrctl for electric lights by the first of tho yenr. Tho school lunch will be in full swing after the holidnys. Wo now hnvo an ample supply of conl for the yenr. The trustees saved nenrly hnlf by waiting for the fn!l In prico of conl. Tho holiday vacation begins December 17 vncntlon for two weeks. School opens ngain Monday, January 3. Professor GuHllams of the Normal Department of Rcrca College led chapel a week ago Monday. He visited the scvonth nnd eighth grades arithmetic class and gave them an old fashioned "shako up." Come Surgery, Care in Child birth, Eye, Note and Ear GENERAL PRACTICE I Come in and Iilt an establishment, which and In reach of all the people. a Irlend In need, Roiirrt , Harlan Duiilky, M.I)., Physlcifn Margaret S. Grant, M. I)., Physician Miss Mary Lokdacrk, R.N., Superintendent Miss Nrllik MiLtRR, R.N., Head Nurse II. Cowlky, M.I)., Physician CHANGE IN RATES Heglnnlng March i, the rates for hoard and room of private patients will be $15 to i8 per week. The rates for patients cared or in the wards will remain the tame (1 per day. Ily Order of Prudential Committee. Herea College -- D. H. Smith- - W. W. Romingcr Smith full line C8t, Rominger ngnin. Brother Hudspeth of the Christian Church gave united chapel ono of his inspiration talks last Friday morning. He reached teachers and pupils alike. Wo nro pleased to note that friends of the school nro definitely planning for graded music lessons for the school soon. Wc are having our usual scares about contagious diseases. Children aro safer here than nround town. Teachers and health officers are on Funeral Directors We are now open for business with a of burial supplies. Auto and Horse Drawn Hearses. Embalming. Calls Answered Day or Night. In The Concrete Block between J. M. Coyle CBl. Co. and H. C. Pennington, on Chestnut Street. strict guard. Phone 130 Berea, Kentucky A PESSIMIST Duck: I'll bet Qet a raincoat, or a pair of rubI bers, for Chrlttmat. or tome-thinlike that g Shall Innocent Children Starve? The Good Samaritan, as described by Jesus so mnny year ago, is looked upon ns nn example for all men to follow. The churches praise his deeds nnd sny to its members, "do ns ho did." Frntcrnnl orders use him ns n model for their lives. Parents nnd teachers tell the story to the young and admonish them to follow his steps. An opportunity comes to us today to be Good Samaritans, not to n man who might have considered the danger of the place into which he was going, and havo taken others to protect his life, but to innocent children upon whom the robber, Wnr. hns most mercilessly laid his murderous hands; nnd. nftcr robbing them, has turned them over to his ally, Starvation, to torture. Three and a half millions of helpless children, Mr. Herbert Hoover tells us. will starve this winter if Amcricn docs not send help. These children nre in tho sections of Europe. They aro in the midst of wrecked homes and arms and factories. Stock was driven away or killed; seed for planting, tools and machinery arc gone; parents arc dead or helpless. They have no homes, no beds, no food nnd no clothing. Wo quote the following from Thu Literary Digest: "Hollow fnces nnd shrunken bodies are so common that the!.' renl condition docs not become evident until wc inquire more rloscly. nntl then wo find that most of them arc from one to flvo years back in their growth. Children of eight years old hnvo not reached tho normal size of two and n half. They are just learning to stand alone. Others almost ns old enn not yet stnnd on their feet. Their nrms, nntl legs, nntl spines, nntl chests am twisted nntl warped. The flesh and skin arc shriveled on their bones. It Is surprizing that life can still exist there. If they can have food, they will gradually regain their health nntl strength, but with most of them it Is n question of now or never. Stnrvntion nnd tuberculosis will not wait." Mr Hoover tell us that $2.1,000.000 is needed to save these lives this winter. Ten dollnrs will buy clothing for one chiltl and furnish it with one meal n day. In other words, ten dollnrs will " save a life. Wilf Americn respond liberally to this cnll? The Literary Digest is raising funds for the purpose. Largo ami small amounts nre pouring in. but every gift possiblo will be needed; nntl everyone with tho Good Snmaritan spirit should give. Then there is a famine In China, ami her people will starve by tho thousands if help docs not como. Wo urge nil who hnvo tho comforts of llfo in their lionies to shnro with the unfortunate. If you want to givo nntl would like for The Citizen to send In your money for you, wc shall bo glad to turn it over to nno of these funds for you. Ho n Gootl Samaritan. in war-wreck- Pie Crusts. Selden. tho untlqunry. tells us thnt Christmas ple were formerly Imkeil cruM to represent la n tho crntcti or innnger In wblcb our Saviour nus lulu. Coffin-Shape- d cotlln-shnpe- Traditions of Chrlttmat Festival. In the records of every nation we find traditions of the Christmas festival, traditions which have been handed down from generation to generation In tales which thrilled the ienrts of the listeners with alternate fear nnd delight. Sir Walter Scott tells us that they who are born upou Christmas or Good Friday will see spirits, nnd will have tho power of commanding them. He also adds that the Spaniards Imputed the downcast looks of their monarch. Philip II, to the disagreeable visions to which this prlvlleup subjectetl him. oft-tol- d R ATS HAT-SN- DIE HAT-SNA- to !o mice, nnce they rat Anil they leave no odor be hlad. Don't take, our wont for It try a pnckag. Cntannd dogn won't touch It. Ilnta vnn up nil rood to git I'. Torre sice. 3S aire (I rnke.) enoughfor Pantry Kitchen, or Cellar. ORcalro (2 rake) for Chicken limine, coop, or small buildings. $1.25 aim (5 euket) enough for all farm and out. building, storage build log, or factory buildings. Sold and Guaranteed by Porter-Moor- e Drug Co. Hensley & Cornett shiftlessness. There hnve been other brilliant men who have set standard? of politicnt economy, but these havo never excelled those set by Jesus His ideas have stood nil tests for two thousnnd years and are still re spected. 7. His standards of daily life. There have been other great sys r TCTTT IRT FTTH T) IT H n Dodge Brothers BUSINESS CAR Dodge Brothers Business Car offers a definite solution of the light transportation problem terns of ethics, but there have prbvid effective only so far as they approach tho stnntlnrds established by Jesus, 8. His grasp of great life prob lems. Reared, as He was, In a home that knew poverty, and having very lim ited opportunities for n broad cdu cation, ono would suppose that Jesus as a man would have little concep tion of the great universal problems of life. But it wns quite otherwise, Athough He traveled little, nnd that over n very limited region, His grasp of things that affect tho lives of pco plo was most extraordinary. No ordinary human could havo possessed such understanding. These nro but a portion of the evidences. Other men have pos scssed all these qualities, but they TUHKItCULOSIS VI. petite, with more or less Indigestion, wcro not raised to tho superhuman There is only DinKliosU cough may or may not bo present, degree of excellence. an afternoon rise In temperature. one way of accounting for tho rare Dr. It. H. Cowley Of these symptoms tho most Impor- powers possessed by Jesus; He was mora than human. Ho had to be This articlo will ileal with tho di- tant nre tho hemorrhage nntl the divine. tunfterooon rise in temperature. If agnosis of consumption, or lung one coughs up blood in nny consider-nbl- o berculosis. Dumb Animals Remembered. qunntlty say n tenspoonful of Unfortunntely, lung tuberculosis Is The noblest observances of Christusually not recognized till it is well clear blood it Is nlmost conclusive um s are Its charities. In all ages aud ndvanccd nnd, therefore, diflicult to proof thnt ho hns tuberculosis. To among nil peoples the poor have u. cure. Peoplo aro so afraid of it that bo sure, the blood may possibly como ways been bountifully remembered on they rcfuso to consider it as a pos-- J from tho throat or nose, but it Is al- that (lay. nnd In many parts of Eng. slbility till it' hns gone so far that! together likely that It comes from tho land uuil Srotlimd even the lower arc given tin extra feeding that there is no hope of recovery. They. lungs. If this symptom comes early In the disease, It is very fortunato they, too, may have onusu fur rejoicpreswait till the tubercle bacilli are ing when all mankind nre glnd. Mnny ent in thu sputum before, admitting foi tho pntlent, for it gives him rentiers will remember Burns' address of his trouble long beforo tho of the aulil farmer to tils mare when tho posibillty of tho disease. Now a person usually has tho diseasu a longj other symptoms nro evident enough preheating her "lib an extra feed of while beforo there are tubercle ba to muko him suspect what Is tho corn on New Yenr'x day. "A gtiltl New Year I wish ibee. Mucgle Hue. there's cilli In tho sputum. If tho disease matter with him. Afternoon temrlun In tli v until ' "In" perature is thu next most valuable is suspected, it Is much wiser to symptom. If ono has n continued You Guard Against llurglnrn, Rut that ono has it ami to order What About Rats? ono's self accordingly than to wait temperature in tho afternoon, lasting Rats dollars' till tho evidence I sabsolutely posi- over many days or weeks and no worth of steal millions ofeggs, etc. train, chickens, tive, for by then they will havo lost other causo can bo found for It, tho Destroy property and aro a menace tho golden opportunity for its cure. probability is that it is caused by to health. If you aro troubled with It will surely Tho earliest symptoms of lung tu-- j tuberculosis of tho lungs. This is rats, try kill prevent borculosls aro hemorrhage, loss of not n positive proof, but it is so sug- dogs them touch it. odors. Cats or Comes in cakes. won't gestive that ono docs well to con- Three sizes, 35c, G5, $1.25. Sold ani n weight; a general condition, where, one gets abnormally sider it positive till tho contrary Is guaranteed by Porter-Moor- e Drug Co. tired on slight exertion, loss of op-- 1 proved. If there is any sputum Hensley & Cornett unl-niacvl-denns-suRAT-SNArun-dow- Thousands of merchants testify that it is steady and consistant in performance, seldom in need of repairs, and very low-ihaulage cost. n u BEREA MOTORS CO. Berea, Kentucky 'f5 ITTTTlTTTlTTrnTnrTTirnil'nTTlinrTTr'TTrirTrTTrTi mnrfrrti! lTTnrTT-- n irT',inrni l'flpo Eight THE CITIZEN December 0, 1920 General College News STATE Y. M. C. A. CONFERENCE - Normal Department Professor Gullllnms conducted tho chapel exercises Tuesday morning in CLOSES absence of Dean McAllister. The State Student Conference- nt the Wednesday morning tho seniors had Bcrea closed Sunday evening, Decern charge of the chapel exercises, com bcr 5. with a superb address by Dr. ing in dressed to represent tho vnri Pclcat. This meeting of the reprc ous teachers. They had n mock fac sentntlves of the student bodies of ulty meeting, in which they discussed Kentucky, with some of tho great necessity for forcing tho girls to speakers of the country, the lenders and wear rubbers to tho ball games. will have n telling influence upon the Miss Southworth's cooking class student life of this State. No mat tcr what may happen, the men who gave a social in tho Vocational Chapel wore present nt these conference Monday night. meetings will never get away from W. O. Prowse gave n dinner for the Rrcat things which were said. the football boys at his home on Sat The way in which the students met urday evening. A tasteful menu was the presentation of some of the great served, with chicken pic ns the chief problems of our time ought to be cn feature. All the tenm, with their couraging to the pessimist wh be- substitutes and coach Mr. Gilligau, lieves that American thought has run were present. amuck, and that the college men of On Saturday afternoon, December today are a thlnkless lot who are s' great 14, thcro will be a making no preparation to meet meeting nt Knnpp Hall. Tho chil issues of the present day. Professor Groncr, of Transylvania dren will give n Christmas program University, who has been connected nt 1.30. This will be followed by nn with conferences for the Inst twenty nddrcss on "The Cnro of tho Teeth" years, stated that this was the best and other discussion of interest to alt conference he had ever attended, with pcrcnts. the possible exception of ono or two John Wilson, Lena Hill and Arlio summer conferences nt Blue Ridge. Baker went out to the rural schobl Tho local Y. M. C. A. wishes to to sing, Mondny night. thank tho townspeople for their most genial hospitality to our visitors. This contributed, in a large measure, Vocational Schools to the success of the conference. These students have returned with Fred Terry wns n visitor here Inst a Iarg6r conception of life, and a finer feeling for Bcrea College nnl week. Frank Rigsby spent the week-en- d our town. More than one student expressed to me his appreciation of with homo folks of Garrard county. The joint meeting of the Literary the cordiality which ho received in the home whore ho was entertained. Societies, Demosthenes, Utopia, Gi The report of the Findings Com- braltar nnd Vcstalia, which were to mittee will be published next week. have been held on Saturday evening of last week, were postponed till a James M. Rcinhardt, General Secretary later date, due to the meeting of the Parent-Teacher- Tho reprcscntntives of the Agrl cultural Class of the Vocational Do partmcnt, who nttended tho Interna tional Livo Stock Show, returned on the noon train Saturday. Prof. Elam nnd Mr. Houk did not nrrlvo in Beren till Monday, as Mr. Elam visited relatives In Indiana and Mr. Houk was called to Cleveland on business. They were fortunate in having time to enjoy n trip through the In temntlonnl Poultry Show which ex hlbited nlmost nil tho types nnd breeds of fowls. They nlso visited Armour's Packing Plant, Board of Trado Building nnd mndo a hurried trip through Scars, Roebuck & Co.'s establishment, the Art Museum, Marshall Field & Co.'s department store nnd spent some tlnio nt Lincoln Pnrk. All stntc they had an enjoyable trip and one of great value, as it was for class information that it wns made. Experiments or Sclcnco In Play Arthur Wood. The Wit nnd Humor of Colonial Days Magical Holliday. Leaders of Girls Clara E. Espcv. Ico Breakers Edna Gclstcr. Christianity nnd Amusements Rich' Berea College Alumni Association (This ipsce belongs to the Alumni Amoclntlon of Here College. Article, news Itemt smt peronl letters from graduate will be published In full or Ir ahitraet every week. The Alumni Kdltnr, Secy. M. K. Vaughn, Berea College, Berea, Ky.. will be pleased to receive any communication ot Intern' from members of the Association.) Wo nro nlwnys glad to get Infor mation about our former students nnd grndtintcs, whether it comes from them directly or through cnsunl report. Wo hnvo just received a clip ping from n Cleveland pnper, featur ing Miss Blanche Nicoln ns tho prin cipal speaker nt n meeting held In tho First Congregational Church, n few evenings ngo. Miss Ntcoln, who Is Iho Industrial Secretary of tho Y. W. C. A. of Cleveland, spoko on "Women nt tho Spinning Wheel." Berea tenchors who remember Miss Nicola ns n Beren student will guess that sho got the Inspiration for this speech from her experiences in Berea. Miss Nicoln graduated from Bcrea with the Class of 1014. She was tho first promoter of girls' nthlotlcs nnd gym- nastics. She was tho principal au thority in tho compilation of n "Booklet of Plnys nnd Games," Issued by tho Bcrea Normnl School. Wo arc very hnppy to hear of her success In -- Cnrl Moncy-Mnkln- nrd II. Edwards. Right Ideas for Entertaining Llnscott. g Entertainments & Goodfcllow. Mrs Rook tho great work which Is engaging her life nt tho present time. Tho Alumni column of Tho Citizen hopes to hnvo n pcrsonnl word from Miss Nicoln in tho nenr future. Mr. Wnshlngton Johnson, n graduate of tho Vocational School, has recently been appointed mnnngcr of tho State Farm attached to and under tho control of tho Eastern Kentucky Stato Normal at Richmond. Mr. Johnson, slt.ro his school dnys In Bcrea, hns been nsslstnnt garden superintendent for Bcrea College nnd director of tho canning factory. Mr. Johnson is n practical farmer of considerable experience, to which ho has added n course of theoretical training, to wh.ch he hns again added n wife with n home science training. Wo nrc expecting satisfactory reports to cumo from the State Farm of the Eastern Kentucky Stato Normal, The Academy COLLEGE vs. ACADEMY The first game of tho bnsketball Eight Pleasant Evenings Published by United Society of Christian En- denvor, Boston. Social Evenings Wells. Tho Social Center Edward J. Ward. A List of Humorous Stories Pigs Is Pigs E. P. Butter. Speaking of Operations Irving Cobb. Cnpt. Stocmficld's Visit to Heave- nMark Twain. The Jumping Frog Stark Twain. Tnlo of Ncgntlvo Gravity Stock, ton. The Lady on tho Tiger Stockton. Tho House Boat on tho Styx Bangs Pnrod Booth Tarkington. GIFT LIST EARLY MAKE OUT Y. M. C. A. Conference held at that MIMEOGRAPHING Prompt, Accurate Service Mathematics and Soiences our specialty. Let us the bid on your work. EDWARDS BROS. Ann Arbor - - Michigan time. A large number of the students of the Vocational Department are planning to spend tho Christmas holidays at home. Wo wish them a merry Christmas and an enjoyable vacation. Owen Wells was called home Mon day evening on account of the illness of his sister. Prospects are bright for a success ful basketball season for the Vocational team, as Mr. Batson is their coach. He is efficient, and we feel sure the victory will be landed this year. Thoughtful Shoppers Start Task Sev scries was played Saturday night eral Weeks Before Ruth Begins College nnd Academy. This In Busy Stores. gnmo was unusually exciting nnd in teresting, being a tic nt the end of HE buyer who really puts each half, thus necessitating nn ex some altruism Into her tra five minutes of play. Score at Christmas gifts makes out her list several weeks In nd end of first half, at end of secrnnce. If she bo a canny ond hnlf, At end of game 2 score was in favor of College. somebody she has kept her list of the yenr before nnd Is able to sec what were her gifts the preceding season, nnd Line-uthus avoid the risk of repenting herCollego: Academy: self. Still more canny Is she If she Carpenter r.f. Johnson hns made mental or written notes from Keller If. Robbins time to tlrao of various articles for c. Stephenson Hill which she hns heard a deslro expressed It, VnnScoyk r.g. Harris by friends. Such note taking will l.g. Zasloff Smith greatly lessen her labors. For It Is no light thing to choose Substitutions: Bickncll for Smith, Curistmns gifts Judiciously. The Sanders for Keller. whole secret of their acceptability lies In their appropriateness. Not only must they be appropriate to the per BOOKS ON SOCIAL AND RECRE- son from whom they como and to whom ATIONAL LIFE they go, but to the circumstances In which the latter Is placed. For an InFestivals nnd Plays Chubb. stance, thero are few homekecpers Games for the Playground Bancroft. who do not welcomo an nddltlon of Plays and Games for Indoors and Out tine linen to their store. But If to a housekeper who lives plainly In simParsons. ple surroundings ono sends a superb What to Do at Recess Johnson. tea cloth or dollies that Field Day and Play Picnic for Counthrow all her other possessions Into Myron L. Scudder. Children try the there Is an unsultnblllty Neighborhood Entertainment Renee aboutshade,gift that robs It of much of the B. Sterne. Its charm. Harper's Iinr.nr. Education by Plays and Games Johnson. Tho Book of Indoor Games Benson. 12-1- 2. 1G-1p: d CHRISTMAS BAG FOR GUESTS Container for Presents Attached Backs of Chairs With Bow of Red Satin Ribbon. Is an planned by ono housekeeper. Tln brenkfnst tnbln Is to be decorated with n mirror In the center, outlined ns a star by holly sprigs, nnd with a lender cut glass vnse In tho center holding red chrysanthemums. Long. stemmed flowers also rndlntc from the central star with the blossoms toward tho plates of thou for whom the flowers nre Intended. Every nnpkln lies beneath a Christians cnrtl with a sprig ot holly tied upon It with red ribbon, and to the back of every chair Is tied a bag with n big red satin bow. The lines nre of nil sizes, nnd each Is full of Individual gifts. One Is nn opera bag, nnnther n Miopiring bng In blnck nnd gold, still another ts brown lenther nnd gold nallhends, another n bag for collars and cuffs, another a gny laundry bag, one Is suggestive of the scraps grandmother will put Into It, and tho other of books thnt n small girl will carry to school. All are as dainty and tine as enreful workmanship nnd good materials can mnke them, nnd there will be fun emptying tho materials out of the various hags. Snntn Onus' Chrisman's Money-Rnlsln- g Headquarters Sale. gale. nt 's to Six tumblers for 10 cents nt Moncy-Itnlsln- Chris-man- g TIIK Christmas ting Good chairs for $1.23 Money-Raisin- at Chrisman's g Sale. Good set bed springs $3.78 Sale. Chrisman's Money-Raisin- g at for Mnssive Solid Oak Library Tables $25.00 at Chrisman's Money-Raisin- g Sale. There are tunny old nnd stntely ceremonies nnd many historical events) connected with Christmas that are well worth ktusIdk. nud thnt give us gllmpfe of ye ancient times when our fathers nnd our fathers' forefathers celebrated nnd revelled and gnva of their nhundnnre to those for whom nothln was urepntwl "I Got Ural Mud When I Lost My Setting Hen," Mrs. Hannan "I went Into the hen house one morning and found my favorite setter dead. I got real ma. Went to tho P nnd store, bought Mime in n week I got six dead rats. Everybody who raises poultry should keep Three sizes, 35c, CCc, $1.25. Sold nnd guaranteed by I'orter-Moor- o Drug Co. Hrnslev & Cornett RAT-SNARAT-SNAP- ." A Mighty Crowd thronged Chrisman's Money Raising Sale all day long Wednesday and up to the time of going to press in spite of the inclemency of the weather $30.00 Buena Vista Saddles $25.48 $30.00 Buggy Har- - co- - -pZ9.0U ness Customers by train, by auto and by teams came from as far away as Winchester, Irvine, Richmond, Lancaster, Paint Lick, Mt. Vernon, Wildie and McKee and marvelled at the big stock and attractive prices. Here are a few suggestive Christmas Gifts for the home Dexter two-tuElectric Washer $150 outfit for $124.50 b An Attractive Oak Stand $.48 tiono U.ifO Rubber Tired Baby Carriages Leather Top, Lxtra value Crex Rugs 500 odd pieces plates, saucers, etc., each $12.50 White Enamel Bedstead $5.00 Bed Springs At this sale 95c 5c Chase heavy Winter Buggy Robes Sale price $4.95 Medium size Oak Dresser with Mirror $22.45 Blue Bird Electric Washer $150 outfit for $115.00 1 Hoosier Cabinets, $75 ones $62.50 A Home Comfort Range (used about 3 months) $145 value, for $62.50 Buggy Robes or Storm,, Blankets $1.95 term notes accepted same n r . special Shortyour Wagonswill beFarm Implements as cash; uxtra now at Buy and 9.98 $J.4o May 1st, 192 1, prices. pair (2) Feather Pillows ...$4.48 Sewing Machines as low in price as $4.50 1 Chair Bottoms, for- - merly 15 and 25c... 7 & . liC STUDENTS We have hundreds of picture frames and scores of frames that we are selling at one-hal- f price. Some as low as, CHRISTMAS BUYING MADE EASY HERE Visit the PLAN TO SPEND A HALF DAY IN THE 3 STORES 75 SewiBgMackiies to Ckooie Fro Counter 2 4 Carloads Stores of All Descriptions Visit the lt-ce- nt Visit the 15-cent Victor Talkiag ck'mes $39.00 r, Counter Counter Open Evenings Step across the street where the Free Sewing Machine Department is offering cars American Wire Fence, all sizts. .', Mr. Laccficld of tho South Bend Malleable Range Company of South Bend, Indiana, Is with mo during the No. 9 top and bottom, No. ii filler 58c sale to demonstrate the merits of this range. Call at tho main store and inquiro for him. 4 carloads of wagons Old Hickory, Web-eBirdsell, Mogul, Brown and Avery Brands. Compare these prices, 10 under present factory price. Gear.. ..$98.00 Complete $137.50 h 25c each Two.S225.oo Army tQQ ftft Wagons, to go at... $?O.UU Excelsior Cotton Mat- tress, full size 1000 Joints $5.00 additional for each size larger. $10.00 in Cash FREE To Ladies Only Remember the Place R. H. Chrisman, Only 12 Days Till Christmas Berea, Kentucky Come Evenings and Bring Yoir Friends $6.75 18c Stove Pipe I