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Citizen (Berea, Ky.): December 16, 1920 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1920 cit1920121601_sn85052076 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Citizen (Berea, Ky.): December 16, 1920 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1920 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. -- V . I LUHWIN 1 MISS I JUL 2 BEREA (INCORPORATED) PUBLISHING CO. MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Editor J, 0. UHsUN, Amku UHtt 4 .tlM Miuitr Knitrti at ! r, lltffle at lime, K at rond tUm ttnHrr Art tf Marth, 1171. ItMUM Krtm Thmndat at lima, K Vol. XXII. Flvo Cents Per Copy Devoted to t!bie Interests of tlie BEREA, MADISON COUNTY, The Citizen !M!o-u.nta.jjn. 3?eo;plo CenU Our Threefold Aim: To jriv tho Nowa of Berca and Vicinity; To Record tho Happenings of Bcrca College; To be of Intemt to all the Mountain People. KENTUCKY, DECEMBER 10, 1020 One- Dollar and - Fifty per Year No.2 Opening of Berea's Winter Term, December 29 Mtit Sacccuftil Term in the History of the Iariitutien Jart Geted Spleatliel Oatlook (or Next Tern This School Only America Can Keep These Pots Boiling flyy SECRETARY THREE-YEAR DESIRED WorUNews Tho sessions of tho League of Nations rIvo evidence that tho Rrcat nations of Europe hnvo brought Into this place of Rencral discussion some of their paramount interests. England and Franco especially rivaled each other In seeking to commit tho LeaRue to policies that would lead to the ndvantnRc of ono or the other, and Franco seems to have succeeded best. The mediation of Armenia's cause was advocated by France, whilo Enplnnd desired a Joint expedition to hasten tho settlement because a restoration of order in Asia is to hqr interest. Franco is willing that the process bo longer in order to divert Enplnnd from her plans along the German border. ft Hat Mtay Attraclieai. Berca Col lego in Joyful over tho skill nnd sportsmanship, to the nd frreat triumph of tho Fall Tcrrr miration of tho cntlro student body. Our student body has been trans-- 1 Wholesome rivalry, tenm play, and planted, as It were, from tho restless, every other nthletlc virtue wcro de unsettled and discontented world Into voIojmm! to a mnrked degree. Our recreational work, both In mass play the clyslnn fluids of and Inspiration. Never within tho and In tho major sports, has made a knowledge of tho oldest of us has n long step In tho direction of perma slnglo term Riven to tho students nent intramural sports in Bcrca, richer treats along nil lines of Bo- -j Much credit for our success in this rca'a school Ilfo than tlin term that lino is due to Assistant Professor has Just closed. The cducntlonnl, tho Ross, the new athletic director. The final evidence of Berea's trientertainment, tho nthletlc and tho religious programs have all been of umph this fall was tho physical con j dition of our students as attested by a high quality. Tho Fall Term was opened with a tho hospital reports. Tho record for scries of moving picture entertain- - this fall shows that we had fewer mcnts. The pictures were both en- peoplo In tho hospital than during tertaining and Instructive, They, the same period for the past four wcro thoroiiRhly enjoyed by tho stu- years. God has been Rracious in tha dents, who manifested their npprecla- -' He has Riven us n full mcasuro of Joy, tlon by their courtesy and splendid and a minimum of sorrow. conduct. Tho latter part of October' brought the inauguration of our new New Students President. Few schools in America ran record in their histories n more ' notablo occasion than this inauguara-tlo- n Dear Student: Tho two weeks' vacation at Christ season. Twenty-fiv- e universities, colleges nnd Normal schools sent mas timo flics on tho wings of an their representatives to participate. eagle: Bcforo you have had time to , DANIELS DESIRES NAVY BUILDING PROGRAM. Because Country la Out of League of Nations Pacific Defense Cited as Leading Problem Increased Facilities Required For Hawaii. Western Newspaper Union News Service. Washington. Approval qf nnotlier three-yen- r iinvnl building program, Involving tho construction of 88 vessel, If the United States doe not enter the liongue of Nations or a similar world by Secretary , organization, Is given DarrlclK In his annual report to Pres- Ident Wilson. "If the Uulled States Is not to enter Into any agreements with the Other Powers of the earth, which now nrc iHitind together In the Iengui of Nations," .mya the naval Secretary. to approve the recI "I feel compelled ommendation of the general hoard that This snapshot of an American feeding kitchen lo still prostrate eastern Contrrcss authorize another three-yea- r Europe shows what America means to the otherwise helpless childhood of the program to he begun as soon ns nations. Funds supporting thessrutpoata of succor and other the capital ships under construction agencies for the relief of children stricken by the disease caused by under- nrc launched." proThe three-yenutrition hare run out, and that the work may not cease, depriving millions of gram recommended by the General the Innocent of their only hope for life, etcht great American relief organiza- Board to be under way by 1024 Intions under the name of the European Relief Council are banding together In cludes the of battle a Joint appeal to the American conscience In their behalf. These agencies are ships, one construtlon .10three cruislight buttle the American Relief Administration, the American Red Cross, the American ers, 8 gunboats, cruiser, 18 destroyer lenders, Friends' Kerr lee Committee (Quakers), the. Jewish Joint Distribution Com- VI g submarines, (1 cruiser mittee, the Federal Council of Churches of Christ tn America, the Knights of submarines, 4 nlrplano carriers, fl deColumbus, the T. M. O. A. and I'm I. W. C A. stroyer tenders nnd 3 submarine tenl ( war-swear nilue-lnylii- Letter to AN APPEAL TO THE AMERICAN one-hal- PEOPLE f million children tn Eastern and Central Europe hare Three end ne alternative te disaster between now atd next harvest except American aid. For months theie most helpless sufferers In the track of war have been ad only If tragically undernourished, and mltted te American fecdlng-statlonhave received American medical aid only If desperately threatened by death from disease i I Winter Is closing, down. The money of manj nstlons Is valueless outside their own boundaries, " Economic and crop conditions make famine, with Us terrible train of diseases, a certain visitor until next harvesL- Inevitably the helpless children will suffer most No child can grow to health and sanity on the pitiful makeshifts for food with which millions of European adults must content themselves this winter. It Is obvious that the remedy can come only - from outside. I if Entrance to Library that will bo remembered for many years wcro made by prominent educators from both North and South Tho Bcrea Pageant, put on by our own Bcrea teachers m students, was an unusual production, portray ing In a vivid manner the historical development of tho mountain region Another great treat for tho student My was tho State Y. M. C. A. Convention, which was of particular to tho boys, nnd which also provided n number of fine Inspira tional addresses Hint were equally in tcrcsting to the girls. Tho term closed with tho great oratorio of tho Messiah, rendered by tho Hnrmonla Society and four highly trained soloists from a distance. Besides these feature events, that wcro looked for ward to weeks in advance, there were scattered through tho term inspira tional addresses and sermons, such as thoso given by Mr. Sam Higgin-bottotho agricultural expert of India. Tho story would not bo completo If mention wcro not made of tho athletic and recreational work of tho Fall Term. Splendid teams in all tho flvo schools wcro developed in soccer and football. Students who had never bcforo played cither game developed Speeches appreciate the fact that Christmas Is here, it will bo timo for you to leave for Bcrea. Becauso tho calendar docs not' conform to our term plnn this year, wo are compelled to begin the Winter Term before New Year's Day. You can Icavo home two days after Christmas day and nrrlvo In Bcrca in timo for the opening, Wednesday, December 29. Wo aro looking for a largo crowd this winter nnd will ask you to cooperate with us in ovcry way possible in mnking the' ontranco days easy and comfortable. You certainly have reserved your room before now and have no worries of your own. Bo careful with your money nnd pay no attention to strangers who aro trying to bo unusunlly friendly. Wo nro prepared to take care of your trunks when you nrrlve, but you must not give up your check until you reach tho College. Sometimes men who nro not responsible for prompt delivery of trunks collect checks nnd causo inconvenience. If you know of a friend who is planning to como to Berca this winter find out if ho has reserved his room with a deposit. If ho has not, tell him to send the deposit of $4.00, (Continued on Pago Eight) America saved 0,000,000 European children winter before last. Normal recuperation cut the need nearly In half last year, but unusual conditions have resulted In scant shrlnksge of child destitution during the twelvemonth Just put. The response of America must sow decide whether 8,000,000 of these charges. In acute distress, shall begin te; hf. turned away In January from begun by direction of Congress." Entrland is firm in malcinc It clenr Uraore. thatf 17,000 asylums, UospHatK, clltftsrtnd teedlng-sutlon- s dependent j The most pressing problem confront onAmerlCan support. There would be niFWiedy in history so sweeping e ing the nation with regard, to. the, jia-- i to Ireland that- no cCjnccsslonSj, may tlonnl defense, tho Naval Secretary be expected until tho present Methods so destructive of those who can deserre no erlL continues, Is the tmmedlnte necessity The undersigned organizations, working among every race and creed, for Increasing the naval shore estab- of revolt are stopped. It is reported that an effort is being made to find many engaged also In other forms of relief, agree unanimously that the lishment facilities on the Pacific Coast. out plight of these helpless children should have complete priority In overseas Just what terms might be made s. charity until the situation Is met This Is an Issue without politics and with the That EngAgitators Profiteering In Morals, without religious lines. There can he no danger of pauperization, for the land is not favorable to any outside New York. "The Scriptures tell us $23,000,000 for child food, and the 110,000,000 for medical service that we interferences is shown by her refusal seek, will relieve only the critical cases. The medical supplies, of course, to remember to keep holy the Sabbath Day, but also command that 'thou shalt to endorse passports to American mtiM be an unqualified gift, but for every American dollar used In the corernments and communities aided furnish two dollars tn the not bear false witness ngalnst thy travelers desiring to go to Ireland, form of transportation, rent, labor, clerical help, cash contributions and such neighbor.'" William A. Brady, presi- even though they are issued by tha" dent of the National Association of the American Secretary of State; This food supplies as are locally obtainable. Motion Picture Industry, so declared In is her right by international law, ns America has not failed In the past In great beartedness. She has never a stinging attack upon the advocates our country has sometimes, done the hnd a more poignant call than this. Contributions should be turned over to of the return of a "blue-lnw- " Sunday the local committees which are now being formed for this national collection, guardian nngels" and same with English travelers bearing or sent to Franklin K. Lane, Treasurer, Guaranty Trust Co, New York City. "saviors of the nation," English passports on tho way to Canhe styled them. Mr. Brady was reply ada. ing to nn nttacK on motion pictures, in EUROPEAN RELIEF COUNCIL which warning was given against "tho It is reported that Germans In Hoover. Chairman Franklin K. Lane. Traaiurer Hrbn menace of the movie," which, it was Hamburg are planning n great GerComprlilnai added, was "In the hands of the devil man League to includo all Germans American Rellot Administration, by Federal Council of Churches of Christ ia and COO persons." Ktchard. Director America, by Arthur J Brown wherever they may be. This league American Ited Cross, by Livingston Knights of Columbus, by Jamoa A. will not seek to function along poPurr and. Cnalrman Flaherty. Supreme Knight Expulsions Stir Church Members. American Friends' Strvlce Committee T. U. A., by C V Hlbbard. Inter(Quaktrs). by Itufua H. Jonoa. ChairPassaic, N. J. "A true follower of litical lines, except among thoso who national Commit ti man God may stray from the straight and have not been naturalized in other Jewish Joint Distribution Committee, by T. V C. A., by Miss Sarab S. Lyon. NaFalls Warburi tional Hoard narrow path but with God's help, ho countries. It will, however, seek to can come buck, as Paul did." This enlist their nid in furthering Gerwas tho prelude to the expulsion from many's commercial Interests. For a tho Netherlands Iteformed Church country outsido of tho League of Na here of Mr. and Mrs. Martinis Ilaunen-ber- Hons nnd with heavy burdens to bear , Hanncn-bergparents of Miss Trlna for mnny years such a plan may aid Washington, Dec. 8. The net cost Three men wcro arrested, three who disappeared November 12, In passing through the present emerstills captured, seven outfits destroyed of the war in dollars to tho American at the same time tho pastor of the and a large quantity of moonshine Government was fixed by Secretary church, Itov. Cornelius Densel, nlso gency. It is open, however, to seriwhisky nnd still beer poured out of tho Treasury David Franklin Hous- disappeared, ltoth returned recently. ous objection on tho part of other countries. by federal officers In a raid along Tug ton today at ?24,010,000,000. river Saturday, nnd which continued The great need for food and clothWashington, Dec. 8. Republican until Sunday morning. Officials Seek Ford. members of Congress took tho first New York. ltepresontatlves of the ing in tho countries of eastern Eusteps today toward revision of tax Federal District Attorney here have rope, some of tho Central Powers, Washington, Dec. It. A stirring and tariff laws at the extra session started a nation-widwearcli for and China is awakening interest and recommendation to Congress that tho to bo called soon after March 4. Henry Ford, Detroit automobile man- sympathy as the Christmas season Mammoth Cnvo region of Kentucky ufacturer, who Is sought as u Govern- comes around. Especially sad is tho ment witness In the trial of Dr. bo purchnsed and added to tho Nacondition nmong tho children whrro Washington, Dec. 13. Appeal of A. Itumely, churged with having tional park system is ono of tho out- most of the war-tim- o voted concealed the alleged German ownerlaws was millions are starving, and there is standing features of tho annual re- today by the House, which adopted ship of the Now York Evening Mall little prospect of change except as port of Stephen T. Mather, director tho Volstead resolution for that purduring part of tho World Wtr. Ef- help comes from outside. The leaderof tho National park service. pose after two hours of debate. forts to serve a subpoena on Mr. Ford ship of Mr. Hoover in tho relief work became known when It was said a is sufficient guarantee that the need Field agents of the prohibition process tvrvcr hud been attempting is real and that tho help given will Marlon, Dec. 11. President-elec- t to reach him fur u mouth. reach the oblect for which H t rlven. (Continued on Pago Six) on Pago Six) te Sinn-Feinerchild-feedind d Ed-c- General interest attached to the last message of President Wilson U Congress. It was not delivered In person but read in tho usual form. The message was a strong and final appeal to the United States to take nn Interest in the welfare of the world. It asked for financial aid to Armenia if a mandate was not to be nccepted. Another recommendation of Importance was the granting of independence to tho Philippines. A bill for this purpose has been before Congress but has not yet been passed. A favorable comnfent by Japan on this feature of the measders. ure is not likely to help tho cause, "If the United States takes Its stand especially before a Republican with other countries In an organization to prevent war and promote peace," .Mr. Daniels says, "our present The South American state of Chile navy, with the addition of some special types, will be adequate for our de- Is seeking to carry throuph an Imporfense nnd prevention of aggression." tant electoral reform. The present No specific recommendations for ap- method of electing a president is In propriations for new construction dur- direct and requires a period of five ing the next fiscal year are Included months to accomplish. The proposed In the Secretary's report, but his estimate of tile cost of maintaining the plan would allow tho two houses of naval establishment for the coming Parliament sitting together nnd In year Is ?079,rl!5,731, exclusive of any cluding a group of electors chosen for sums Congress may add for new build- the purpose, to make the choices. ing. This Is ?2W,000,000 more than There is some public opinion in favor was appropriated for the present fiscal of direct election by tho neonlo. This year, but Mr. Daniels says the sum "Is reform mcasuro is a good Indication not really an Increase," but Is "neces- that the South American republics sary to carry on the construction of in ships ulrendy authorized and the com- aro ambitious to be pletion of shoe establishments already their methods. a Kentucky News U. S. News g, e sssssssejgjajsjos BsWUMfflsBBjMWPflt ''jjJlflpjBBIBBBjB A Part of the Students of Derea College and Allied Schools V J PdRO Two THE CITIZEN n girl of Newt Mirnclo died of n few days ngo. Chnrlcy Is mnklng Ilea for Mr. Mag-gor- d on the fnrm purchnsod from .1. M. Ilnlley. Grandmn Wynn Is visiting her son, E. C. Wynn, of Keren this week. dlph-therim December 10, 1920 East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else No corrMpondmr published la not for puMlrstlon. but unlrsi n ltnd In full hr Wenc of irno.1 fllh. .h writer. Th nsm Writ plainly. JACKSON COUNTY Moorcs Creek Moorcs Creek. Dec. 4. The poo- pie of this place have been disgusted In tho oil business for sometime, but the now drill hns been brought in nt Atlanta, about three miles soum- east of hero, everybody seems to be, in a little better heart and hopes it will prove n success. John Onr--. nctt is moving to his new home lie. just bought from J. B. King. Mr. King Is expecting his son, A. F. King, to visit him from Illinois soon. Joo Comctt is now in inmana on business. Alex Turner and Berry May, both of Breathitt county, are here visiting relatives. A. M. Herald nnd son made a business trin to Breathitt county about two weeks ago and had to return on account of tho bad weather. Henry Evans has Salt Kock School School, Dec. havo our lnrgc school bell used it last week nnd find do not have so many tardy Salt Hock 13. Wo' up, nnd that we pupils In ... returned from visiting his daughter at Louisville. Herd Herd, Dec. 8. Othmcr Flancry of Hamilton, 0., and Conley Flancry of Louisville, nre with homo folks for a few weeks. Miss Icy Farmer returned home last Monday after a week's visit with her sister, Mrs. Myrtle Welch, of Wclchburg. James Davis of Hamilton, O., is visiting his uncje, n. C. Ward. Miss Jewell spent last Sunday with Miss Stella Montgomery of Tyner. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Farmer and little son. Buster, returned to their home in Lexington last Monday, after a week's visit with friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Shepherd of Olln were visiting at S. A. Farmer's last Saturday night and Sunday. Miss Icy Farmer attended and entertainment at Blooming Grove Thanksgiving. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Frost have gone to Richmond to spend the winter. Clay Wolfe and Miss Lucy Cook of Elias were married Thanksgiving. Mr. George Amyx is very sick. Mr. and Mrs. Llgo Raliegh of Chadwell were visiting at John Simpson's a few days last week. I. S. McGeorge has gone, to Bcrca for the week. Mr. and Mrs. Dexter Welch of Welchburg were visiting at Stephen Farmer's, Monday and Tuesday. Sheriff Jess Xidd Of. Booneville pa.sul through hem y summoning men for murder case. Nathanton Nathanton, Dec. 9. Everybody practically done gathering corn. Crops nre falling short of expectas' meeting is betions. A ing held on Buncomb by Rev. Wood-a- ll Mrs. T. D. Caudill, Jr., has had ono week's painful suffering from an abscess inside of her head. B. H. Holcomb has purchased from D. G. cents. Woods two fat hogs at 12 M. M. Caudill, preparing to go to his new home in Indiana, has sold his corn crop to John McKinney at $1.25 per bushel straight. Only three weeks of school at old Union. There will bo an entertainment for closing day. Mrs. Will Lynch is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Charley McWhortcr, at Middlctown, O. Grover Evans and his sister, Cora, were the guests of D. C. Evans Sunday Matt Wells from Texas is visiting homo folks. four-week1- -2 had with us last week mr. w. u. ueynoius county bku,u' nnd Mr. R. 0. Cornelius, attendance officer. Mr. Reynolds gnve an inter- cr.ting tnlk on Community nnd Club Work, which wns very much PP"-- 1 cinted by pupils and patrons of tho district. Uo seemed to be plcnsod with the Snlt Rock club. We havo an enrolment of 34 members. We feel that Mr. Reynolds is doing n great work In Jackson county., and B,ck fn gomctlmc ought to join nnd help him win the fight. Mr. Cornelius seemed to be MADISON COUNTY very much pleased with our nttcnd-- J Paaola ancc, and gave us an interesting talk, i Panola, Dec. 7. J. W. Moore of Tho farmers in this district are busy gathering cornMiss Louis!a Julcsburg, Colorado, is here visiting Lakes and Mr. Buford Hargis were relatives and friends and looking af- r the interest of his farm. hilar marricd a few days ago. Mr. Har-gis has eleven months yet to serve Richardson Is on the sick list. The Brandenburg boys havcj bought n in tho army. , I gasoline mill and will set it near tho . Thomas schoolhouse and grind corn ! for that vicinity. Mrs. John Chris- n rVan; man died on the 3rd and her remains -- , Jn tfce Wd to at this place Saturday and Sunday. on the Bth. she ,eaVM a and it being call meeting he was nusj,an(j anj five children. L. E. Cox chosen to serve as pastor for the next an(J gtock of m oved h,s fnm year--Miss Verna Engle of Okalona.l Bnmch whfire he ds to Be- -. Miss who is attending schol at , 8c KOods.Mat wnl!amg rea, visited relativea here from Satur-- 1 and , ainlton of Engle day tilt Monday-Z- ella ;were , gect(Jn one ast the guest of Flora Click Sunday' nn,, evening. Dora Englo Is Pnd. j, nt Joshua McIntosh.8( ing the winter with her sister,' Breford, of Ohio. D. C. Sparks has recently had n finger amputated from Blue Lick a wound received while working at Blue Lick, Dec. 13 As the Christ sawmill. Undo John Lane is his spending a while at the home of his! m,as f,caaon draws ncor we "e n incrcuac ... daughter, Mrs. J. R. Click Charlie Vnsea 10 noie , , the Sunday-schoattendance. Miss at i ir T Ttr:i,i it united in marriage, December 2nd, at Christopher of Berea College taught tho home of the bride's brother, Sid tho boys and girls both, ns other tenehers at Blue Lick Sunday-schoVnnWinkle. were absent on account of sickness. Tine, Cieve, nnd Mnrshall Roberts ROCKCASTLE COUNTY of Franklin, 0., nre visiting relatives Disputants in this section. James Ncely and son, Disputanta, Dec. 13. There will b Zack, accompanied by Mr. Whitlock a short program and nlso a Christ- of White nail, Mr. Necly's mas tree at the Davis Branch School- visited In this vicinity Sunday. The Rev. Jennings of Cartjrsvllle nnd family were visiting his father, ' preached at Blue Lick churcLAin- P. W"Shearer, Sunday, who has been ! day night to a large nnd appreciative ' very sick for the past week. Mr. and audience. Burdette Allan, young man Mrs. W. If. Thomas visited J. D, of that place, motored over with the Thomas of Crews Ridge, Sunday. preacher. He will hold services again Mr. and Mrs. Morris Phillips were on Sunlay nfter Christmas. Babe visiting Mrs. Phillip's mother, Mrs. Johnson has purchased n new car. 0. M. Payne, Thursday Mrs. T. D. C. C. Flnnncry, livestock specialist, Miller has been very poorly with of Middle Tenn., will be nt home with pneumonia. Mr. and Mrs. Ruben hls parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. T. J. FlnnBaker were in Berea shopping, Sat- ncry for tho holidays Pleas Evans, urday. Little Opal Payne has been the chnmpion bird hunter of this secvery sick with tonsilltis and pneumo- tion, hns been very successful during nia, but is some better now. Mr. and tho season. At Red Lick he deviated Mrs. C. C. Thomas of Harts weie from tho birds to larger game, which visiting at W. S. Shearer's, Sunday. ho bagged in large quantities. F. A. Campbell has purchased the tobne-c- o crop of Evnns nnd Peters, 4,000 Conway Conway, Dec. 13. Tho school at lbs., nt 5 cents per lb. Eggs nre Fairvicw has been closed for the past selling at 70 cents per dozen; chickweek on account of diphtheria nnd ens, 20 cents per lb.; butter, 60 cents measles, but is in session this week-W- ilson per lb. Judd of Owsley county was visiting nt C. B. Kidd's from ThursCoyle day until Saturday of last week. Coyie, Dec. 13 Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Bailey visited his cousin, Law- - Park Warford havo been visiting the rence Huff, of Berea, Saturday and letter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Sunday. Tho little Powell, for three weeks. Anron Wil school.-- Wo ESTILL county Locust Ilrnnch Locust Branch, Dec. 12, Fnrmcri nre nbotit done stripping tobacco, wn, nt nnph Grovc scj,00ihouso Saturday night jr0i)Crt French, who hns benn In ,s homo Is fJp the pnst Several from this place are plan ning to attend court at Irvine tho made a busi 13th. John Campbell nc9g trJp ,0 pnnola) Saturday. Ewel nicknell Is visiting his sister In Ra-hvennn,jonnn Campbell has moved n snw mi to Melvinc Kindred's to hja timber. Ovey Wilson .. Knt ln nirhmnml ,0 Me h,g unc,Cf who hM bcc urd Bro. In Dreyfus Sunday Ross filled his regular nppolntment nt Vlney Fork Inst Snturdny nnd Sunday. Tayton Kerby hns purchased tho Seth Todd farm near hero nnd is planning to move to it soon-- eggs nre 70 cents per dozen nnd turkeys SO cents per pound. Subscribe for Tho Citizen nnd get tho Intcst news. Send It to your friends ns n liams was Potts' GOLD DUST Flour is made of best wheat and by most improved methods BEST BY TEST Phone 156-- 3 Christmas present. OWSLEY COUNTY -.. ... For Sale By AH Grocers R. L. POTTS & SON Wfcitei Illl-sin- ,,, wJTm ' ,12-Re- Island City Island City, Dec. 13 Tho little son of Lee Blake caught on flro Friday nnd burned to denth. Its remains wcro buried In tho grnveynrd near Its grandfather, Rlly Shcphcnl. The report Is tho moonshtning clement Is living hnrd this week at Booneville. In There Is said to be twenty-eigjail. Ono week of tho court hns passed nnd the grnnd jury Is cnlled bnck Monday to resume their work. One hundred men wcro cnlled from Jackson county to select n Jury to try those men for killing tho girl on BufTnlo. Carlo Davidson Is serving as n grandjuryman this term of court. Mr. Dunbar, who operates tho oil drill, will soon return to resume his work at Island City Tho Rev. A. D. Bowman has just returned from Red Bird on a business trip. Tho Holy Rollers arc conducting n scries of meetings Bt Bingham chapel. The correspondent also extends brotherly love to tho new editor, Marshall E. Vaughn, and trust we may all work together to build up The Citizen in such a way that it wilt be in the homes of all good citizens thruout our county. ht Stat, Ky. MOTION BANQUET success to tho splendid work of Mr. AMERICAN Tho members of tho local post of nnd Mrs. Strong nnd their noblo the Amcricnn Legion gitthcrcd nt corps of neighbors, who by their uniBoone Tnvcrn last Saturday evening ted efforts havo placed the Hart nt C:30 for n bnnquct nnd tho elec- School nt tho very hend of the list In tion of officers. Miss Mooro upheld tho reputation of Boone Tnvcrn in serving nn dinner. Tho room wns tastennd holly. cle-ga- nt community work. fully decornted with Amcricnn flags After the meal Commander Griffith called tho houso to order and gave a short talk on the things that the Legion might do In Bcrca. The fact was brought out that there was Ttii Wondirs of Amirici By T. T. MAXEY OF THE KINQDOM MOUNTAIN COLORADO. the mountain The Greatest Gift Vwr Christmas gift U th European child ralUf ctlUetlan may help In saving a child's Ufa and la earnorgan-Izatlen- estly eollcltad. Send check to th ef the Joint local cemmltte or direct to European Relief Council, 43 Broadway, New York 'City. a kingdom, Perpendicular "the state" Mnc1 railly flnt In physical adiirnmenl. In Colorado 100,000 square mill' contain IfiS innuntalu peaka that celebration of patriotic days, and the re more than 13.000 feet high. Coloholding together of the traditions of rado contains 103,1)23 square mile. Of this vit area, as hlg as all New the Orent War." England with Indiana added, d Mr. E. G. Walker, who hns been an I mountainous. ardent supporter of the Legion, was The tate I traTrred hy the main elected commander; E. II. Elam, chain of the Rocky mountain, the Sam B. Doughton, adju"hucllione of the continent," tant; William Dean, finance officer; the huge roof-treof our republic. Dean K. T. Wnugh, historian; Walter Proline mother of rtvrra, this great White, servlco officer; C. C. Batson, watershed glre rise to the Itlo nthletlc officer; C. N. Shutt, chaplain; (Iramle, the two Platte, the Arknn's. mahy "leer lights" and the Colorado, Dr. Morris, snrgcant-at-armfor 200 mite that, In Arlioua. It is hoped that this will be an between those hrer red wall that nnnual nffair when both the Legion one of the icenlc wondera of nnd Women's Auxiliary will meet tothe world, and flowa at last Into forgether to keep alive the spirit of tho eign sen. There are about 6.000 mile of running water, born of snow and Gtent Wnr. ns there nre so many orgnnlatizons In Ucren. Tho preamble of the Legion says: "The Legion nlms to promote tho great danger of duplicating efforts, A MONO all Colorado two-thir- e s. pe con-tltu- ol A BIRTHDAY DINNER A most delightful birthday dinner, which really proved to be n Commu- CINCINNATI MARKETS. ol son-in-la- Hay and Grain. Corn No. 3 wlilto 78fT?Oo, No. 3 yellow 81WS2e. No. 4 iiiU.mI IIOIOc, old corn. No. 2 while SliS!c, No. 3 while SOffSlc. Sound Hity Timothy jmt ton $2Hf 27.). cloer mixed $XQ1ZM, cloer $IOUS. Oatn 2 white .VlGHWe. No. 3 No. 2 mixed" M Me. Wheat No. 2 red 2.Xljf2.(XS. No. 3 red $UKlJ2. red ?2.O:tfc2.0.., No. Butter, Eggi and Poultry. Iltittcr Whole milk creamery extras 53: fentmllzed extras Mk llrnt 47e. Kni: -- Kxtnt llrstH feOo. firsts 7Sc, ordinary Hints 71k1. No. white 1 I.lte Poultry under 2Se. fry-rs t musters ll.-M)- ovoi 2 lln 21c; foH Ihs mid over 21c under 4 lbs U' 1(5'. limners, 2 His and Live Stock. (.'iittlt' Stcvrw. sod to elmlre , fitlr t.i BiMMl $7i1i, eoiioiiou lwlferH. kimmI to rhili i. to fair 7.."f n.ftt. fdlr to .m1 $S..Vfi'7..V). common to fnlr $S.fny5.f0. ouineM AOtr:t-r'0, stork heifer Cahes 13..V). tarm cl 11 (iiiiiil to choice $12.."Oft $U812..V), rnminon and fitir to choice $MA)Q to kh1 ttt.VlCM Ml. common 2(3; to cholcu $11 Ol I.N), fair lumhs, $10911 to Kn I Ions'- n y $10, cholco packers ti uml hutilii'rs $10, medium $10, fut sown In eliiiliv s IT., I'.fc'ht -- Uppers $10, pit's (110 IUi mid loss) $7(tt!).2j. iiini-niii- .Shei'iod nity Christmas dinner, was served at the new rural school building at Harts last Snturdny evening at 0:00 o'clock. One hundred guests sat down, completely Ailing two Ions tables, tho entire length of tho schol-tooi- n and the smaller tnblcs, whici hnd been prepared especially for the little folks. The tables were laid in spotless linen, wir!Ie candles nnd other deco rations ndded to the Christmas flavor. I'lnco cards had been neatly prepared nnd our friendly host and hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Strong, soon had nil comfortably seated. Tho dinner was simply ronst chicken with dressing, potn- toos, pickle, great, generous slices of layer cake, with homo canned peaches, nnd coffee, mndo tho tnblo "gronn" ns well ns thoso who ate too much. After dinner Mr. Strong, In a most cordial manner, welcomed nil nnd In troduced tho speakers: Dr. McAllister, Robert Spencc, Mr. Noble, Mr. Logs-doand H. E. Taylor. Mr. Brown ing added greatly to tho enjoyment through several numbers on his sweet toned Victroln, nnd II. E. Tnylor mndc the beautiful orgnn add its lmr mony to the occasion, nlso violin and guitar selections by Messrs. Lake nnd VnnWinkle added richly to tho pro grnm. They put tho tlcklo into tho Presbyterian feet, even. Tho occasion was n most plensnnt community nffnir nnd is duo for its s; n, tilled with nh; .VK lakes Inrge and small, some distinguished with a famous name, others still asleep Id mountain hollows, almost unknown. It Is a strange country. The tery name Is a memento of the passing rare , saw these that, firt of Kuropi-nnsserene, reddish-browpeaks leaning ugnlnst the sky. The nnmn means red, light brown, ruddy, (lurid uml may even he a synnuym fur Juyounes. l.lfe Is more than an existence In Colorado. Nature seems ever beckoning one to come and romp with her. Tho sun shines with almost the sume regularity ns the ilawn appenra. Colorado la mie of the greatest heritages of th eople. American A special delegation of rillptnos. officially representing the Filipino people, attended the Republican nnd Democratic National conventions, seeking nn Indorsement of the Filipino desire for Independence In the two platforms. Their arguments, briefly stated, were as follows; First. That the American Declaration of Independence declnres that governments derive their Just power the governed; from the consent Second. That the American Congress, In the Jones law. solemnly promised the Filipinos Independence upon the establishment of a stable government, nnd that their claim that the suld stnhle government I now In existence In the Islnn Is has been ofllclal-lcimflruicd hy America's own representatives there; nnd Third. Thnt Amrlra went before ihe world In the recent war ns the aveweil rhnmplun of "el( iletermlnH-tlnn.- " American siilit'ers having been told It was one nf Ihe things they were fighting nnd ' Ing for. J y Your Opportunity NORMAL y E The school which trains both rural and city teach- ers, with special attention given to rural teaching. Equal stand- graduates aro given stato ccrtifl- ing with State Normals, jBja-i- o BjBBBBH reduced by the amount of work performed.' A student of energy amI rt,,,n,,1,lty cn" greatly reduce tho cash payment by work, entlrc expenson. "" chestra. A fine opportunity to become a good musician at a very low cost. ii InJicH PenmnshnrofromTo ja anj Main Dining Room from DOc. to $1.00 l week nlso extra. COST OF LIVING. Hy good business management and studied economy, tho College Is ablo to reduco tlio cost of living In Horea to (ho lowest possible figure The times aro working hard against us and tho constant battlo with the high cost of all commodities U a trying onp, but thus far the College lias won. Tuition is free, incidental fco 15, ?S, and fl a term, according to tho courso taken, room and hoard for about $125 n year and many other vnlunblo and necessary additions to tho student's school life, such as gymnasium, nthlotics, hospital and lectures aro free. All students from tho mountains above llrloon years of age, of good character, studious habits and n willingness to work aro invited and will (hid a whole-heariwelcome to Berea, but thoy must mako reservations in advance. ed Write for a Calalogue'and book ol Chief Regulations, to the College Secretary, MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Kentucky. IV. December 10, 1020 THE CITIZEN Vaga Three her daughter In the new world she was about to enter. "Enough to start me. That's all I need. I can earn more. It's not work I'm nfmld of, although I suppose father won't be able to see It that way. He'll nut all this down to laziness and ' obstinacy. It's neither. It's Just n plnlu human craving to live." "I sometimes wonder whether Til be nhle to stand It through to the I end," her mother whispered, somewhat Author of fearfully, as though frightened by the ThoCbwHtnchcnZtc. admission. "I've I've seen It coming with yon, and I can't help feeling that DJusiraiionf perhaps this Is only the beginning." Irwin flyeri "Oh. mother, If you should 1" cried Copyright. All Rigfib Reserved girl. "That would do It that treaty. Of couno I'd Uie ' Venezuelan Harris looked nt her for a moment; never beard of such a thing, but I raid would open his eyes. He'd see then that there Is something In the world Mien, without speaking, bo continued 1 hoped would the best, or up the stnlni. Uc felt Hint tic was something It like that,be for was ashamed besides whent and cows, after all. If but I you would come If you would only being very unfairly used, but lie bnd so ashamed be might have seen It In come too, things would be different" no Intention of nlirlnklnR from bin the dusk. You see, they're living duty a a huBhand ntul father, even If anil we're existing." "Hut I couldn't do that." said the though its discharge should bring pain to all Heulah hoped by such argument mother, after a silence, and asmy If husspeaking with herself. "He's of them. Into persuade her father, or even to band, Heulah. You don't understand." llo found Ilculnh In her room, os- fluence him, she was doomed to disapThey talked then, In secret sorrowtensibly rending. pointment. "You're talking a good many things, things "Why arc the cows not milked?" he deal of nonsense, Heulah," ho suld. ful confidence, of for their ears only, and the gray was demanded. "When you get older these questions "I thought I mnde It clear to you nt won't worry you. In tho meantime, returning In the northern sky when noon that they wouldn't bo milked by your duty Is to do as you're the girl again left the house, and this told. Itlght me," Ktio answered, "and there didn't now that means milk the cows. I'll time swung resolutely down the road 1 President-elec- t neern to be anybody cite hankering for give you Harding greets Senator Idge In Wushlugtoii. that led to Plalnvllle. Her heart was I'oles being loaded Into frttto'ui five minutes to get atHrted." cars to get them out of tho typhus - stricken regions. 3 General Nlvelle of France being decorated by Sec-the Job." went to his room. A little now at rest even at peace. In the Harris rotary Haker with the American Distinguished Service medal, "Heulnh," he said, trying to speak later Heulah, with a light cloak about sacred communion of that last hour she had come to see something of her her shoulders and a suitcase In ber mother's problem and sacrifice; and hand, slipped quietly down the front although she was going out Into the Withdrawal from the League of Na- war" with Italy has not yet broken stairs and out Into the night world alone, she felt that somewhere, tions assembly by the Argentine dele- out Into actual fighting, and as negosome time, was a solution that would gation caused a lot of talk, In Geneva tiations between Italy and the "reCHAPTER VII. reunite the broken family and tune and elsewhere, but It didn't disrupt gency of Quamero" are under way the their varying chords In harmony. the gathering by any means. Indeed, affair Is likely to be settled with litCrumbling Catties. Prom an unhappy sleep In his room Pueyrredon and his colleagues found tle or no bloodshed. It Is believed the At tho foot of the garden Beutah upstairs John Harris was awakened they had put themselves In a rather poet will yield If his services In savpaused Irresolute, tho suitcase swingby the whine of the cream separator. ridiculous position nnd the chief re- ing Flume from the s are ofing gently In her hand. 8b had made A quiet smile stole across his strong, tired to Paris, disappointed but still President Urges Independence defiant Their argument that proposed ficially recognized. That city Is still no plans for Uie decisive step events of still handsome face. "Beulah has deblockaded. Last week two of the Italthe day had forced upon her, but the cided to be sensible," be whispered to amendments to the covenant should be ian warships went over to the for the Philippines and a lo step Itself she felt to be Inevitable. himself. discussed nnd nctcd on at this session side, their crews first binding 8be was not In love with Jim Travers; Loan to Armenia. In the morning the narris housewns upheld by the Scandinavians and nnd gagging the officers. she had turned the whole question hold was astir early as usual. The certain others, but their action In quitover In her mind that afternoon, weighfarmer and his son gave their attenting because they found themselves In ing It with Judicial Impartiality, supAffairs In Ireland Continued to oction to the horses while Mary prethe minority on the question wns not OBJECTION posing all manner of situations to try pared breakfast, and It was not until BOTH OPEN TO approved by anyone, nnd wns attacked cupy much of the attention of the out her own emotions, and she had they were world. As the week by some of the Huenos Aires papers. seated at the table that come to the conclusion that Travers Pueyrredon stated that his mission In closed the prospects for a settlement, Harris noticed his daughter's absence. was merely an Incident In her life, a "Where's Heulah?" he demanded. Canadian Delegate Stirs League As- Paris was to consult with Senator Mo according to Lloyd George, were much somewhat Inspiring Incident, perhaps, "I don't know," his wife replied. Oormlck of Illinois In the hope that better than they appeared on tho sursembly by Scoring European Statesbut an Incident none the less. The said "Ain't she up yet?" the United Stntes and Argentina face. Tills the premier Mgr. after he manship Attacks on Article X real thing the vital matter which dePatrick with had conferred ) "I don't know." would become the leaders of a moveProspects for Irish Settlement manded some exceptional protest was Harris rose from the table and ment to give to the world a substitute Clune, archbishop of Perth, who had Lloyd George. Good, Says been acting as his Intermediary and tho narrow and ever narrowing horizon went upstairs. He entered his daughfor the present league. consulting with Sinn Fein leaders. It of her father, a horizon bounded only ter's room without knocking. The bed Wednesday's session of the assemby material gain. Against tills narbnd not been slept In, nnd a strange By EDWARD W. PICKARD. bly was enlivened by a hot speech by was said the bishop had conveyed to Lloyd George a message from Michael rowing band of outlook her rigorous apprehension suddenly tightened Congress Is on the Job again, with Newton Itowcll of Canada In opposispirit, with Its dumb, Insistent stretch- about his chest He returned quickly plenty of work to do nnd the prospect tion to the plan of Hanotaux of Collins, commnnder of the Sinn Fein ings for the Infinite, rebelled. It was to the kitchen. army, which presumably contained the of not getting n grent deal of It done France to have three new organiza- Irish terms for a settlement or at "MHt-y- , not a matter of Qllal duty; It was not I want to know where Beubefore March 4, wltli the exception of tions set up, each with an annual cona matter of love; to her It was a matFather O'Flanagan of lah Is." appropriation legislation nnd tho pos- ference, to take care ,of finance, trans- least a truce.acting president of Sinn ter of existence. She saw her Ideals portation nnd health matters, nnd to Roscommon, "I can't tell you where she Is, John. sible passage of bills for tho crentlon Too Far," She Agreed. "But You dimly enough Fein, also sent a message to the preat best, and alio would She left here last night" of a budget and the restriction of be supported financially by the league Started It; Let' See You Stop It" mier concerning a truce, and the cabburst every cord of affection and conHarding, ns Is the labor bureau. The lnbor "Left here? Do you mean that she Immigration. President-elec- t calmly, "don't you think this nonsense vention rather than allow them to bo has run away?" budget for the coming year Is inet considering this, was reported to In the senate who occupied his sent submerged In tho gray, surrounding have decided on a reply embodying has gnno far cnough7" 'Not Just that pprhaps, but she has for a day or two, urged upon his col- - 7,000,000 gold francs, nnd Mr. Howell Too far." sho agreed. "Hut you murk of materialism. protested that nations like Canada these terms: "No nmnesty, no repubquick and nonI'erhaps It was custom and the gone, and I'm not looking for her boclrirfgues the ne?d of lic, nnd n cessation from the. present atarted It let's we you atop It." for a while." The mother's voice wns purtlsnn work, nnd Intimated that nn would not ngree to be saddled with campaign of outrage nnd murder." that dry, nnd she talked In tho "Heulah." ho wild, with rising anger, subtle pulllngs of association restraint of extra session would be called soon the Immense additional expense thnt Sir Horace Plunkett, chairman of "1 won't allow jou to talk to me like drew her feet down the path across the three proposed commissions would subdued emotion. after his Inauguration. the Dublin peace convention, sailed that Hemcmbcr I'm your father, and the bench to the edge of the stream Wilson wns desirous of require. Nor could such nntlons afPresident "And you knew she was going?" you're a rljtlit to do as you're told. that gurgled gently In the still night for New York to nppenr before the "I knew before she left I didn't " nppcarlng In person before congress ford to Fend their best tcchulclans Haven't I given you everything given The stars blinked a strange challenge ench yenr to the conference, he snld, American committee of Inquiry, and message, but was dis"No. You didn't think It was wdrth to deliver his seo no hope you a home, and all that, and are you from the sky, as though to say, "Here by his phy- nnd consequently the problem Involved before starting said: "I any hope in Is the tree of knowledge, If you dare mentioning to me. Just a matter we suaded at the last minute goln' to defy me In my own house V by Euro-pen- n of a truce in Ireland nor would be handled exclusively could talk about any time. I suppose sicians and the document wns rend by to drink thereof." "I don't want to defy you," she nations, which would not at all the overtures reported In the press. the clerks. In bis opening generalizaIs while At length she turned her back on the you thought I wouldn't care." be "but If you're going to let autocracy wns suit Canada. "Why," he cried, "do you There ennnot on pence sides. theremy In "Well, you didn't seem to care very tions Mr. Wilson said both frlghtfulness your temper run away with you, you stream and took the path past the ngnln to the foro In Kurope, nnd that think we should have confidence In EuJudgment the British government Is can put on the brakes yourself. And house and down to the corrul, where much, John. You gave your orders It wns up to the United Stntes to ropean statesmen and leaders when It as for all you've oone for me maybo she paused, her ear nrrested by tho nnd went to bed. Heulah could obey save democracy by giving an example wns European policy, statesmanship blnmnble." The American committee heard one I'm ungrateful, but It doesn't look half steady drone of milking. A lantern or get out You might have known cnnctlng ambition thnt sitting on the black earth cast a little she bnd enough of your own spirit to of Its successful operation, "standing andblood?" Senntordrenched the world of Its stnr witnesses, Mrs. Terence so big from my side of the fence." In Mlllen of Australia and enforcing Just lnws and mayor "Well, what mora do you want?" he circle of light and threw a docile cow soon settle tlmt question. She settled for right nnd Justice ns townrd Indiwarmly supported Howell, and Lord MacSwIncy, widow of the lord In dreadful silhouette against the barn. It Just ns you would have settled It If nppcarance before It demanded. Hobort Cecil's compromise, that the of Cork, whose vidual nntlons." Aside from domestic disyou had been In her place." was very Interesting though probably "For one thins, I wouldn't mind hav- And by that dim light Heulah mnde Just two specific rec- existing International health organicerned the bent form of her mother, "Oh, of course, I'm to blnme for tho matters ho views on the Irish problem nro ing a father." Tho first was that n zation continue, under league super- her milking. given an exaggerated value. She was whole thing," said Harris, and his ommendations. "What do you mean? Ain't I your to Armenia, tho vision, nnd the other two bo aban"Mother, this Is too much I" the girl throat was thick aa he spoke. His lnrge loan be made Miss preceded by her sister-in-lasudoned, was adopted. father?" exclaimed. dnughter was very dear to him, and money to be expended under the Mary MacSwlney, who told a long I No I There's "No I" she cried. "No Her mother sturted and looked up, that she would leave home had never pervision of on Amerlcnn commission. story of the wrongs of her country, no father here. You're Just tho boss "You're leaving us, Heulah?" she entered his head. Why should she? Compliance of congress with this rennd freely admitted that In 1010 IreEarlier In the week another Canathe foreman on the farm. You board asked. There was no reproach In her Wnsn't he a good fnthcr? Didn't he quest Is made somewhat doubtful by dian, Minister of Justice Doherty, pro- land turned to Germany for nrms nnd Armenia, In with mother and me. We see you at voice, nor even surprise, but a kind of give recent developments would hnve nccepted from that nation her a good home, with plenty to posed nn amendment to tho covenant We wouldn't see you then quiet sorrow. "1 couldn't let the poor eat and wenr, nnd n little money to whero the Husslan Keds are now In that would erase article X, and though nil the help It could get. Tills sho JusIf you didn't have to make use of us brutes KiifTer." she explained. control nnd hnvo set nlmost complete spend from" time to time, nnd no queshe wns forced to yield to the nssem-bly'- s tified by tho nssertlon that Ireland In that way. If you have a spare hour The Presi"Yes, I'm leaving." said Heulah. "1 tions nsked? What more could n man up n soviet government. detcnnlnntlon to put over until wns "at war with England." Because you co to town. You're always so busy, can't stand It any longer." complete Indedo than that? Already his heart wns dent nlso ndvlsed that next year action on amendments; he of thnt "wnr" she defended ull tho laiNy, with your little things, that you Tho mother sighed. "I've seen It crying out for his dnughter tho cry pendence be grnnted nt once to tho modo a bitter protest against dominakillings of British policemen nnd solhave no time for big things. I'd like to coming for some time," sho said, nt too, will be opposed of broken strings which never knew Philippines. This, tion of tho league's affairs by the diers, while In the same breath she see you think about living Instead of length. "I suppose It cun't bo helped." congressmen who do not their strength until they broke. And, by tunny council. On Wednesday Lord ltobert denounced the killing of Irishmen by working. And we're not living not "You're so passive," returned tho hut gentleness should be mistaken for ngreo with Mr. Wilson thnt tho peoplo Cecil took another wnllop nt article X, the English. g really living, you know we're Just ex- girl, with a touch of Impatience. "You succeeded In of the Islands hnvo The American committee's delegates offering a motion to relievo members Prob-nbl- y isting. you see what I mean) make me want to light. Of course It weakness, he clothed his real feelings u stnble government. of the league from obligations laid on named to go to Ireland for n We're living all In tho llesh. like un can be helped, but It can't be bellied by In sharp words to his wife. would bo most of our 'Of course, you must take her part glad to get rid of the Philippines, how- them by that article. When France, Investigation ennnot go. They obnnlmal. When you feed the horses nnd always giving In." I supposo you ndvlsed her to go. It Holland, Sweden and tained their passports, but the British you can't do put thorn under shelter ever, If It were not for tho proposition "Your met one of his own Washington refused to anything more for them. Hut when mettle atfather has tho mother, and wns an awful thing for me to tell her that wo should gunrnntee their Inde- objected, the proposal wns referred to embassy In last," said viso thera for the stated reason that she must do her work, but a stnnll tho legal section secretariat to asceryou food and shelter your daughter pendence, a policy that likely would the girl fancied she detected a note of thing for her to run nwny. Well, I tain If the league oould mako reserva- "tho proposed visit to British territory you have only half provided for her, n serious complications. If pjjde, but whether of father, or daughIs not ngreeable to his majesty's govhope sho lll.es It. If she thinks Tin Involve us tions on Its own covenant. Tito assemnnd It'a the other half, the starving not wars. In tho not distant future. ernment" bly committee on new members dehalf, that refuses to starve any ter, or both". sJTo could" "only gues. going to bitch up n buggy and go tho T1.0 President recommended cided In favor of ndmlttlug Finland chasing around the neighborhood, beglonger." "Well. It's nil very sad. Vour father ging early ndoptlpn of n budget Rystem, tho and Luxemburg, but deferred action her to come back, she's mistaken. Delegntes to tho American Farm Bu"I'm not klcktn' on religion, If that's Is a good man, Heulnh. I should rigid economy In govon Albania nnd the Haltlc states. She's gone of ber own free will, and Institution of reau federation In Indianapolis adoptwhat you menu, Heulah," he suld. send jou back to your bed, but someernment expenditures, better enre for Considerable tlmo was devoted by ed a resolution asking congress to pro"You get goln to church as often as how 1 can't I I don't blame you, sho can como bock of the same, cr not disabled soldiers, revision nnd simpliat nil." the assembly to discussing the wnr on hibit short selling In agricultural yor. like, Heulnh " fication of the tnx lnws and protection typhus In the Near East. Several products on tho Chicago board of "I .wouldn't look for her bnck too "Oh, It'a not religion," she protectShe hud finished tho last cow. Heumo for the agricultural Industry all of delegates nppenled to tho world to trade. Banking and commercial Ined. "At least, It'a not Just going to lah helped with the palls of milk, and soon," remarked Allan. "Looks to figwhich meets the approval of most of In stamp out the scourge thnt Is gradual- terests wero nsked to church, and things like that, although the two women went back to the house as though this thing had nil been icoplo. ly spreading over Europe, nnd good their efforts to get Immedlnto relief ured out ahead. Jim went yesterday the I guess It Is u more real religion, If together, v"hen Mary had washed her Tho message mnde no mention of progress wns 0 mnde In raising tho from tho present economic conditions wo Just understood. What nro we hands she took her daughter' face be- morning; Heulah goes lust night Just tho League of Nations, but the predica chance If they ain't married by this by tho extension nnd renewal of notes. pounds necessary to set the camhero for, anyway? What's tho antween her palms and kissed her on the tion wns mnde In Washington thnt Mr, paign In motion. The legislative bureau of the federaswer?" Slowly Heulab's arms stole time." cheeks. Wilson would lny tho treaty and covetion will make n special study of rural "So that's it, Is It?" exclaimed Har"Well, I'm here Just now to tell you about her neck, ntid It took all the beforo tho senato again, nant personal credits. The federal farm ris, Jumping up from his untouched In her nature to prevent surrenfight resthose cows are to bo milked befor steel nnd would continue the Despite the knowledge that the loan net wns approved and an amendbreakfast. There wns a tierce light In for ratification up to tho moment of I You'vo dodged that der. "Yea, dodge It toration of Constnntlne would cut ment wns In his to Increase the loan "Stay till morning, Heulah. Your his eye and a determination who op- his retirement from tho White House, Greece off from nil political nnd finan- limit from nsked question so long you daren't fare It. $10,000 to $23,000. face that boded 111 to any nnd nfterward as n prlvnto citizen. cial support by the great powers, the Hut there must be an answer somefuther may be disposed to gtvo and posed him. Ho Mlzod his wife roughF. W. Thompson of Chicago, headwhere, or there wouldn't bo the quesAnother matter which he omitted from word to the fortake a little then, and you'll do the ly by ing n delegation of farm mortgnge the shoulder. "And you were a his messugo wns tho restriction or Greek cabinet sent same, won't you? . . . Oh, my girl, tion. There's lilies, now; he doesn't king that the peoplo had voted In bankers, told the penate agriculture mer purty to this, were you? You you stoppage of Immigration. He don't break up our home llko this I" know there Is such a question. This was favor of his return, nnd Invited him to committee that bankruptcy was threatwouldn't even stop nt that? Well, I'll by some to mean thnt If contakes It for granted vo'ru here to grab up what you stop "You can't break Premier Ithnllls ened In many quarters through the resume the throne. stop him, If I do It with taken It. money And then, there'll the Grouts. gress passed a drastic net he would of course recognizes tho seriousness haven't go'. Aside from you, why a bullet I'll show him whether any fanner's being called upon to carry I'll They know there U such a question, should I cull this place home? I work any hired man can cross me lu a veto It. of the sltuutlon, but probably he feels nn undue share of the burden of deflaand I'm sure that to some extent here, and get my hoard and clothes. he must obey tho mandate of the peotion. Ho urged that the war finance of mv own family." they're answered It. You know, I like Well, I can work other places, nnd get mutter (Contlnuod Noxt Week) Senator Harding announced that he ple. Paris had n story to the effect corporation be revived to take over them, but I never go Into their Iioum my board and clothes. If I've got to would resign from the senate between Constnntlno plans to overcomu tho task In order to prevent business that that 1 don't fie! out of place. I feel bo a cog In a machine, January 10 nnd Jnnunry in and that the financial troubles of tho country chaos and save the future food supply like they have something that I haven't I will at least choose tho machine." Senator-elec- t Willis would hi appoint- by giving concessions for a number of of the country ami the world. Pouch. $93,000 Taken From Mall something that makes them very "What plans have you made? Where SteubenvUlo, O.- - Tho payroll of tho ed his successor. Governor Cox there- great gambling casinos In various and shown me how very poor I are you going?" rid Wclrton Steel Company at Welrton, upon courteously wired Mr. Harding Greek cities thut are favorite resorts am. And It's embarrassing to feel poor "Haven't made any plans, and don't W. Ya,, amounting to $93,000, was that If he wished to leave the Bcnnto of tourists. Another Paris reiwrt was For the third time the Nobel peace among rich folks. Why, tonight George know where I'm going. Hut I'm going. stolen from a registered mall bag. The earlier he would gladly n mo Mr, Wilprize has been awarded to an Amerithat tho Greek cabinet had asked way home to say At present that's enough. Tho plans currency was tuken from a I'lttsburg lis to fill the vacancy. Grant stopped on his Mr. Harding to abdicate In favor of tho can, the recipient this time being Presa word to me, and what do jou will come along as they'ro needed." bank to tho postolllco there, placed In returned to his home In Marlon to pre- crown prince, but at this writing this ident Wilson. The honor carries with Nothing about the he said? it a gift of $10,000. Theodore Itoosevelt "Have you any money?" asked Uie a registered malt bag and shipped to pare for tho series of conferences with bus not been confirmed. weather, or the neighbors, or the crops, mother, with a brisk effort at cheerand Ellhu Hoot were the other Amort, Welrton from tho Pennsylvania Itall-rou- d national leaders concerning the policy lie. asked, tue what I UiousJiLof tie fulness. She was already planning for D'Annunzlo's comic opera "state of cans to receive this prize. Statlou, according to officers. of his administration. 1391 EH SmMtSBSSs) ifigjajl jJ fa NEWS REVIEW OF CURRENT EVENTS Jugo-Slav- D'An-nunz- English-speakin- g 's mcal-tlmc- main-tnlnln- Io't first-han- d ! Czecho-Slovnkl- a ... and" 2T0,-00- money-makin- g e Y THE CITIZEN December 1C, 1020 LOCAL PAGE NRWS OK UBRBA AND VICINITY, OATHKRKD SERVICE and STRENGTH FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCKS Prof. II. II. Groves is spending his Christmas vacation with his parents in Ohio. Miss Pigg will spend holldnyj at and near London. Marshal E. L. Fcose was in Richmond Tuesday on legal business. Charley Smith bought out II. C. Pennington store on Chestnut street this week. Mr. Smith has gone to The Gift Problem is easily solved this year. Knoxvillc to purchaso a stock of goods. Ebb Wilson, of Nicholasvlllc, spent The tendency is the week-en- d and friends. In Berea with relatives decidcdy favorable to practical Gifts. Fish's Miss Una Gabbnrd, who is with the Welch Company In Richmond, wns in Bcren Monday night to attend the Messiah. Mr. and Mrs. Harrcl VanWInklo. who have been visiting relatives in Indiana, have returned to Berea. Mrs. Anna Ernberg is in Chicago 25 this week, where she Is having a dis play of articles from the Fireside In Reduction Sale SERIOUS ACCIDENT dustries. Will . A serious accident occurred near Mr. and Mrs. Edwin S. Fei of the Tatum residence on Walnut continue Clarksburg received notice from their Meadow pike last Saturday night until daughter, Miss Nell Fee, who Wfnt when Brady Ritter and Jesse Maupin, Xmas. to Orgeon three weeks ago on a visit ( on norseoacK, ran tnio a Duggy in Complete to relatives that she would be married which Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Anderson December G to Mr. Martin Z. Donncll and Raymond McKnlght were ri Mux, new of Dalles, Oregon. Mr. Donnell Is n coming into Berea. The horses on Line member of an Old Decatur county which the boys were riding were run of family and has been a leading citizen ning as fast as they could go when Coats and Dresses. and druggist at The Dalles for a num they struck the buggy. The three1 New York ber of years. He is n son of Zclick occupants were thrown out and pain Sample and Camilla Thomson Donnell, who fully bruised, the buggy was badly emigrnted to Oregon by the overland broken, the horse which struck tho off. 4 route in 1852. Miss Fee is a popular buggy hardest was badly bruised New and talented young woman who is about the breast, and Brady's leg and department worthy of a good husband. The an collarbone were brokei Tho injured of nouncement of her marriage will bo persons were taken to Robinson Hos Ribbon a surprise to her many friends. pital, where they wcro cared for. Novelties. Miss Henrietta Chllds sold the prop erty on Jackson street, recently purShop WILL YOU GET THE PRIZE? chased from Mrs. Harston to .Mrs. early Klnnard for tho sum of $2,500. Some lady will get the $10.00 prlzo Jennie B. Fish Co. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Ray Maharg at the close of the big money-raisin- g on Thursday, December 2, a fine sale at Chrisman's. Register your eight-poun- d boy, Chnrlcs Ray. Mother name at the Free Sewing Machino rnd baby are both 1'olr.g well. department. Ask Mr. Van Winkle. Mr and Mrs. H. J. Twigg, of Whites Advertisement. Station, this county, left, December 15, for their winter home at Long BASKETBALL Beach, Florida. Mrs. Twigg, former , . e . ly Miss Sallie MacWilliaras, U ?"It is an ill wind that blows no tive of Whites Station and Mr. Twifrsr one good." The Wcsleyan team did i3 ono of three influential Englisn'mcn who have lived near Berea for a num not get to Berea to play the adverber of years, the other two b?irg tised game Wednesday evening, men are reHarry and Geofrey Morgan. Gcofrcy However, the Morgan is the State Agricultural joicing over a 13 to 12 score in their favor. Tho game was rather quickly Classified Advertisements garden, well, wash and canning house Agent for Kentucky. arranged, but a few witnesses combined, smoke house, hen house, tho contest. good barn and shed that will hold UNION CHURCH I want to exchange the U. S. about 2 acres tobacco, and other outDr. Hutchins will Bpeak next Sun Wyatt place to a smaller place. Call r.f. C. Carpenter buildings; 4 minute's walk to a good day at 11 a. m. in Union Church up Richards 1 Henry Moore, Lancaster, Ky. Batson l.f. Lewis on "Christmas Joy." The topic of c. Stephenson three churches in walking distance, the meeting Thursday evening at Hill library WANTED A second-han- d r.g. Johnson Clark good neighbors. About 15 acres in 7:30 will be "The Christian Scale of mission style. Call at 14 Estable, g. ZaslofT Wiseman grnss, G acres sown to rye, woodland, Values." till street. Sanders substituted for Lewis in enough wood for home use; the re-- I second half. mainder can be cultivated by purTO RENT Three furnished rooms CHRISTIAN CHURCH Tho American Legion hopes to chased if desired. As I have other Man and Quite an increase in attendance and have a winning team for light houskcepinfr. this year from business in view, quick action se every service of the whole day proved among the wife preferred. Price $20 per month. men. cures this farm for only :t0 Boone street, Berea. part cash terms arranged. very interesting and profitable to all. President II. J. Derthick, of Mllligan DEAN & HERN DON If taken at once will include 1 milk College, Milligan, Tenn., preached for Safety Razor Blades cow, cutting harrow, 1 A harrow, Wo have for sale somo nice homes us at 11 a. in. and 7:30 p. m. In One edge, 2c; double, 3c each. knowing machine, plows, small canspecialty. Blades can be sharp- ning machine, washing machine, and both messages every ono was highly in Berea and some small farms of from 30 to 90 acres not far out of delighted. ened many times. about 1,600 tobacco sticks. Tho contest between the "Ryds" town. Also a Nico Grocery BusiNew York Edge Co. This is a bargain for the man who and "Blues" ended, the "Blues" being ness in Berea with good established New York wants a small farm. Glen Cove victorious. Tuesday evening at the trade. These arc special bargains Soe I). M. Carter, Cartersville, Ky. church the "Blues" gave a nice social with liberal terms. Sec us at once. FARM FOR SALE enjoyed by all present. To thoso who nave bought homes of About 57 acres at Cartersville, Ky., Next Lord's Day the minister will Sewing Machine Department Call at us, on pike 6 miles from Berea, 7 miles be away, but the congregation will Drug In town or country near, from Paint Lick, in the edge of the across tho street from Berea have the privilego of hearing Brother blue grass of Garrard county, with Store and register for $10.00 prizej W. N. Wescott preach. It is hoped Wo wish a Merry Christmas ic cosis you nuining iu register. And a Prosperous New Year. dwelling, painted; telephone Advertisement. that he will have a good audience to in house, good well in yard, excellent Ask Mr. VanWInklo. hear his message. Bible School at To thoso who still are "looking round" 9:45. Superintendent Harris is cerAnd can't make up their mind, tainly making a fine leader. Chris-tai- n Como on to us and we will help Endeavor at C;15. The services That happy homo to find. of tho day promise to be a rare treat But there's another lot, you know, to all who will corns. (Thank God this bunch Is small) W. J. Hudspeth, minister Who look, and fret, growl and stew And never buy at all. MOORE'S STORE ROBBED F. L. Moore's Jewelry store was John Dean still "hangs out" at Tho Bank-S- tep robbed Saturday night. About $75 in and shake his hand; worth of watches, fobs, etc., were taken. The remarkablo thing about And if you need a favor, Ho will help if ho can. the theft was that tho store was not broken into, but tho things taken out Horndon has quit his rambling round, with u piece of wire about a yard Tho weather has got too cold; ' long, bent at the end to mako a hook. But if you want to buy a home, This was run thru a hole in the winJust call him up, by Jolel dow where a corner was broken off of tho Kla t s, making an opening about Dean & Herndon four inches long and an Inch and a half wide. At Very Special Prices J 1-- METHODIST CHURCH inMethodist Sunday-schovites you to Its Christmas entertain mcnt at 7:30 Friday evening, Decern bcr 24. Come and see, "At Christmas Time," a scries of Christmas tableaux. Sunday-schoevery Sunday at 9:45. Prayer meeting at 7:00 Thurs day evening. Acts 11:1-1- 8 will bo the Scripture for this evening. Next Sunday the pastor will preach on "Securing the Help of Jesus." Text, Mark 10:46, 47. Tho topic of tho evening sermon will bo "Deceive Not Yourself." Text, Rev. 3:14, 15. Tho W. F. M. S. meets with Mrs. U. S. Wyatt Friday afternoon at 2:30. The topic for discussion Is, "China." An interesting and helpful program hns been aranged. Tho women of Berea are cordially The ol This Hank specializes on tho two essentials of SERVICE and STRENGTH. SERVICE is guaranteed by the constant endeavor ol our officers and employees to serve customers efficiently and well. It is further emphasized by our membership in the FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM, which enables us to meet the requirements of customers in the most impartial way possible and to furnish them advice and information on business and financial matters. STRENGTH is well evidenced by our Capital and Surplus of $70,000, our conservative inanagemunt and our membership in the FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM. Berea National Bank Keep Your Eye Us Till After Christmas oi and watch the props keep tailing from under prices. Pure Lard, while they last, per can $10.75 10 Sugar per lb Best Flour per bag 1.40 Meal 65 Best Middling or Shorts per bag 3.00 Mill Feed 2.65 Binder Twine, while it lasts, per ball .75 Fcls Nap Soap per bar ,06 For 10 cakes .55 Size Lenox Soap per bar .05 Coal Oil (where not delivered) per gal 20 Come to us for your field seed, clover and timothy, hay, dairy feed, cotton seed meal, anything in hardMake your headquarters at our store, it's the ware. place for farmers and everybody to get the market prices and all news. Hensley & Cornett Succeitort to S. E. Welch r. Deprtmnl Stora non-servic- Berea Kentucky WHAT IS THE PRICE? The words "what is the price?" are used many times by the consumer, and not always profitably. The most important consideration is quality first, and then see that you are buying worth the money. We are pleased to tell you that we feature Quality Goods at All Timss! If they are not we have been fooled and want you to tell us and your money will be cheerfully refunded. We mark all our goods in plain figures so you can see at all times the price you will pay. We try to carry the items that are hard to get. Before you give them up see us. We will be glad to have you visit us for your Candy, Nuts, and Fruits for Xmas. Sample our special Candy assortment at 37Jc. We arc glad when you are pleased. Non-servi- 2t-2- 2t-24- p. $4,-25- 0, Gil-lett- es Main Street R. R. HARRIS K' FOR WIFE OR SWEETHEART FOR HUSBAND OR FRIEND Christmas Specials We offer the following described merchandise which is in' great demand at Christmas time. F. L. MOORE'S List Your Property FOR SALE witk Ivory Set Watch Ring Lavaliere Manicure Set Candy Toilet Articles Silverware Books Razor Watch Military Set Ring Knife Fountain Pen Violin Guitar Books Men's and Young Men's Suits and Overcoats, Shoes, Sweaters, Ties, Gloves, Shirts, Sox, Hats, Caps and Mufflers in the most desirable styles. Jewelry Store FOR Stationery Stationery Successors to Welch's First Class Repairing AND BEREA DRUG COMPANY Phone 59 Berea, Ky J. M. Berea, COYLE C& CO. Kentucky cruggs, Welch & Gay REAL ESTATE AGENTS Fine Line of Jewelry MAIN ST. BEREA, KY Berea, Kentucky Send The Citizen to Your friends as a Christmas Gift December 10, 1020 THE CITIZEN Pago Fivo These Gifts Mean A Merry Christmas And at the price we are quoting on Holiday Gifts it means a big saving to you. Every piece in our large stock bears a reduction, so much that if you are at all interested in the beautifying of your home, this is one splendid opportunity one that you should by all means take advantage of and the very atmosphere of these gifts means Christmas a day of joy. Here you will find our Kenilworlh Gift Shop with gifts suitable fer any growa-u- p Smoker Standi, Rockers, Tea Wagons, Cedar Chests, Metal Lamps, Silk Lamps of every description, Liviig Room Pieces, Book Cases, Library Tables, Ladies' Desks, Victrola Cabiaets, Player Roll Cabinets, Overstuffed Rockers, Victrolas and Edison Phonographs, Dining Room Suites, Hoover Vacam Cieaaers, Eden Washing Machines, McDoagall Kitchen Cabinets, Ideal Fireless Cookers, Majestic and Favorite Range Stoves, Rags, both large and small. A selection that offers yoa hundreds of values. Globc-Wernicke Never before has such a collection of worth-whil- e merchandise been offered to you, and it will give you satisfaction to know that all gifts we show are useful gifts, made to last and retain their beauty. COME, VISIT US. The Edison Phonograph With a Soul We are making special prices on toys for the little ones. Here is a list that is included: Rocky Horses All you want to know Is it a FAVORITE RANGE Wagons Velocipedes Flivvera Bicycles Air Rifles Rocking Chairs Dolls Doll Beds Tea Tables Tea Sets Aluminum Cooking Utensils Kitchen Cabinets Doll Buggies Teddy Bears Cook Stoves Electric Trains Bring the children down and let them see the Electric Trains in operation in our window When you go Christmas shopping, be sure tosco The Hoover nnd have it demonstrated for you. Nothing you could select would be more acceptable than a Hoovir. It combines a beautiful thought with a most practicable gift. Year in and year out it will remind of your thought-fulnes- s, for it will make work light The Hoover It beati as it sweeps at it deans and easy and pleasant. In addition to all this, The Hoover will preserve the original beautiful colors and prolong the life of tho rugs, because it bents as it sweeps as it cleans. MUNCY BROTHERS The FAVORITE Store ANY PRICE TO SUIT YOU ' J Victrolas Look inside the lid! ifflMIHIIIIIIIIIIi Of Genuine Tennessee Red Cedar. They provide moth protection. trimmed with handsome copper bands and sorted brass hinges, lock joint construction, hand polished. Any price you Heavily U it ALUMINUM WARE The kitchen's brightest ware. A kitchen without Alum inum would bo a dult place indeed. Our new display of Aluminum enables the housewife to choose needed untin- sels at a saving price. All with the twenty-yea- r guaran tee and 20 percent reduction for the holidays. Km! it im't thii tradcnurt, Vktroh wish. Upholstered Rockers In the purchase of these rockers we insisted on the best in construc tion and workmanship. You may choose from these assortments with Christmas in not n real Christmas without a genuine VICTROLA. Mnke your selection now. Tho Victor Vic trola has been tho lender uml standard of tho world for over thirty years. Then why take chances on buying somo other unknown make. Genuine Victor Victrolas now range in price $25.00, 135.00, $50.00, $75.00, $125.00, $150,-0$225.00 and up. Our terms aro reasonable. Come In 0, Victrola and Music Roll Cabinets Just the right size to take card of your Victrola and records, in u rich brown mahogany finish or golden oak, to suit y,our Victrola. Any price to suit you. Music Roll Cabinet. You have been wondering what to do with your music rolls. Hero is a cabinet that will toke care of them for you, in mahogany or golden finish, any price you like. the assurance of satisfactory service. Beautifully finished and comfortably upholstered. At any price you wish. Pianos one the whole family will enjoy tho Tho gift Bupremt year around. Why not select that Christmas piano or player piano now. Tako advantage of our special Christ mas prices and save from $100 to $200. Don't delay; make your Christmas selection now. I I Victrola Cabinet I Music Roll Cabinet GIVE HER AN IDEAL FIRELESS COOKER This Store Will Be Open Every Night From Now Until Christmas m MUNCY BROTHERS Berea, Kentucky Furniture and Undertaking Richmond, Kentucky Pago Six THE CITIZEN by tho members of tho board of education of Fnyctto county, who after March, 1021, will havo chargo of tho country schools of that county, that they aro willing to pay any sum up to ?5,000 to sccuro tho best man o ns County Superintendent in 1022, is bringing big results, according to to n statement mado today by Stnto Superintendent of Public Instruction George Colvin. Fivo of the pos-slbl- December 10, 1020 MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spence, Farm Demonstrator and Special Pictures in the Home By Miss Mary K. Welsh, Professor of ('reck and l ine Arts, Ilcrca Collego By Dr. Who's Who In the Mountains mrievtt trniroin inteihatiku Investigator sunmsoiool Lesson and see if they aro in danger from J. R. Robertson, Professor of theso rains. If little gullies aro History and Political Science To man belongs tho privilege of (Hy IinV P 11, KITSSWATKIt D. D., ltcrca College The following teachers have re- starting, or if there Is nothing to Teacher of Kngll.h lllble. In the Moody providing tho home; to woman the ported club werk to County Agent, keep them from atnrting, tho fields lllhle Institute of Chicago.) mission of adorning nnd beautifying are in danger. It is tho part As tha last artlclo under this head6 Mil, Wnletn Wmniin Union.) Ilcrca: got them out of It. Tho home should not only be ing aroused somo interest nmong to 1. Miss Mary Jenes, Davis Branch of wisdom shouM renders of Tho Citizen, n few moro LESSON FOR DECEMBER 19 School, 20 dull members; Mrs. R. danger as soon as may be. Som best city superintendents In Kentucky clean nnd wholesome, but it also be beautiful. A few well so illustrations aro hero given to show T. Abney, Club leader, Disputants fields will need terracing: others will havo applied for the place. lected pictures, a few flowers in the thnt tho mountnln region of tho THC BIRTH OF JESUS. 2. Miss Ethel Chestnut, Maple need a cover crop, others will need window, a few pieces of comfortable South hns contributed liberally to tho members: Char-- somo brush dams or a few loads of Crave School. T club Lcbanon, Dec. 11. A remarkable M-tfurniture will transform n house in- - leadership of tho nation nlong every I.nSHON TKXT-t.u- ke ... (trash or manure at strategic points ..nan nt lie Parsons, Club leader, Orlando. u ,l1 OOl.MIN TKXT-K- or unto you U born uuiii'siy come home line. this day In lh city of David, a Saviour, Eflle Chasteen, Royal Oak Whatever the need, sec that it is sup- - to light last week when n Lebanon 3. Miss the cul Wo cnnnol 3:11. It is not necessnry to go back to Khlch la Chrlat Ida txird.-L.u- ka School, 12 club members, and asked plied. Your soil is one thing you can- - ury KOous rm rccciveu a icucr romturft, vnluo f B00(1 plcturcs , Ul0 tho pioneer population nnd rehearse ADDITIONAL MATHIUAL. MatU I more application cards; E. not afford to lose." anil 1 mo for a woman living in Indianapolis, en- ,1Tho cye ,s tho first nvcnuo tho deeds nnd exploits nomc I'ltlMAItT TOl'IO-T- ha Gift of tha Disputnntn. of Daniel 'Abney, Jr., Club leader, closing 5. She wrote that when sWto th(J goul( , ,t ,s tho 8nortcsti the Boone, of John Sevier, or Jnmcs Rob- llaby Jraua SELL 'EM FAT 4. Miss Martha Jones, Climax ... ic.o, Bno OOUBni JUNIOIt TOI'IC-T- he Shepherd and tha Psychol auIckcst nnd tho cnslcst." Nobody ever tries to sell a thin ertson, for the powers of leadership Angela. School, 8 club mcmbors; Club leader INTKItMKDIATU AND SENIOR TOPIC Boaoglsts tell us that the child learns havo renppcared In every generation. -- A cow or steer except as a feeder or as not reported. Havlor Horn. .uinB .0u, K vinKinecierK mpay. , M t morc throuh tho From Mndlson County, not far YOUNO VVjOVUV. AND ADUI.T TOPIC 5. Miss Anna Ilouston, Wilmots a "canncr." W. H. H., in an article ment n nve uoimr bill, and that the , h nny from the site of our College, camo genso of ht thnn lh Tha HlgnMcanra of tha Incarnation. Club in the Southern Agriculturist, has the clerk gave her $4.80 in change Chapel School, 7 club members; and thcr gcnsc IIow Importnnt, then, I). R, Francis. After tho Civil Wnr to say about fattenin j following leader not reported. I. The Birth of the Savior (w. kept only twenty cents. She did not'that thc " of tho chI1(, honllI mcct he went to Missouri. After being C. M3ss Cclia Iliatb, Disputanta poultry when it is to bo sold: 1. The time of (vv. 1, 2). II was nt a notice the mistake until sho arrived in tho homo only things that are graduated from Washington Univer- lime when the Jews were coming un"I find that it pays handsomely to home, sho said, and neglected correctSchool, 8 club members; J. S. Wolfe, sity, he engaged In business pursuits. der control of the Uoinan power. In fatten the turkeys and chickens that ing it until she moved away from thc well selected. Qrib. leader, Disputanta. A home in which good taste pre Successful ns a bnnkcr, ho becamo the providence of Owl, the birth of T. Mrs. Marie Reynolds, Dangford arc to marketed. A large portion of county. vails will do moro to keep the boys president of the Merchants' Exchange Christ occurred at n time when nil School, 5 club members; Mr. D. L. the poultry sent to market doe.i not and girls at homo and to promote In St Louis In 1884, and a Trustee the systems of religion nnd morality bring a fair price simply because H is Wildle. .Carter, Club leader, Frankfort, Dec. 7. Work on the family lovo than volumes of sermon. of tho New York Insurance Co. a were tottering upon their foundations. Seven teachors reporting a total not fat or in proper marketable cor.di projects on which tho United Such a home will hnvc an elevnting little Inter. He served St. Louis as It wns at a time, Indeed, when a new of C7 club members, Miss Mary Jones tion. No one desires a poor turkey or road States government Is paying half tho influenco on tho whole community, Mayor from 1885 to 1889 and then force wns needed to he brought Into rendriing 20 of this number from chicken. the world. Furthermore. It occurred I find that liberal feeding for ten cost will be rushed as soon as work for art Is infectious, good taste was elected governor of Missouri. Davis Branch School. at a time which wns the moat suitable Being a Democrat, he acted as a for the Introduction of the gospel. The or fifteecn days before marketing on can be resumed in the spring, said spreads. Picture study should be taken ns member of President Cleveland's Cab- whole world being umKr one rule a ration of feed oats and wheat John S. Boggs, commissioner of Pub- Madisea County lie Roads, today In discusslne tha seriously ns the study of literature. inet In 1003 ho wns President of the made It possible for ministers to more No report received from any teach- screenings, mixed about equal parts, effect of adverse court decisions on 'The influenco of n good picture Is ns Louisiana Centennial Exposition and from city to city nnd from country to feeding twice a day, with an nmpls er n Madison s far. Twenty-tw- o scho)ls had Information, club cards, supply of fresh water, will put any the program of thc state road depart-- J powerful as that of n good book and wns U. S. Minister to Russia at the country without molestation. 2. The place of (vv. 3, A). It took ment. More than 400 convicts from much more easily and unconsciously opening of tho World War. His counand. enrolment blanks with other nec- fowl In prime condition for marketplace at Bethlehem as the prophet bad tho State Reformatory are to be 'felt. Browning hns said: essity supplies for club organiza- ing. sel nnd ndvlce hnve been much sought foretold some seven hundred years beTurkeys sell readily about Thanks- worked at isolated points In tho State on Russlnn affairs and in regard to fore (Mlcnh 0:2). A tittle while prevition. jWe aro so mado that wo love next year, he said. Teachers in both counties are giving and tho Christmas holidays, enterprises of a Inrge nature. ous to this It seemed very unlikely that "Kentucky needs $10,000,000 yearly First, when we seo them painted, asked to report to County Agent be- also In lato winter. The poultryman William L. Shibcrt was born in the words of Mlcuh would come true. things we have passed Mary, who has such to sell should decide for good roads," said Mr. Boggs. Perhaps Jesus, wns In fore schools close for this year. a hundred times, nor cared Etowah County, in Alabama. He Onlllee, the mother offrom miles nnny Jerusalem. The County Agent wants to get right now to fatten them nnd have "Now we have about $3,000,000 In was graduated from the United to sec; God moved the eniiwror to enforce the reports as soon as possible so as to the birds in proper condition when cluding the sum given to tho State by to States Military Academy, where ho decree of tnxntlon Just nt the time to So they nre better painted, better reouest Club Charters from State marketing time arrives, A fat tur the Federal Government. And the acquired nn cducntlon nlong engineer- cause Mary to us be nt Hethleliem at the College of Agriculture. Every school ( key or chicken will bring from 5 to federal aid law runs out In 1922. was given ing lines. He wns for n time employ proper time. Little did the emperor Which is the same. Art district that reports as many ns G.8 cents more per pound than a poor ed in river Improvements In Kentuc realize thnt he was an Itxtrument In for that. members (organised club) will be en- one." UNITED STATES NEWS ky, no became Chief Engineer of the hnnda of Qod to carry this out titled to a Charter. Do you want (Continued from Page One) tho Eighth Army Corps and was In 3. The clrcuiiixtances of Ills birth But tho artist not only discovers your school to hold a Club Charter? KENTUCKY EGGS GO UP Hnrding has invited William Jennings nnd interprets benuty, ho can create charge of tho construction of the Gat-ur- n (v. 7). The surroundings were tho It Is always pleasing to learn that Bryan, former Secretary of State In it. no ndds tho glory to the common Lock in tho Panama Canal cntcr- - most humble sort The Almighty Creator condescended to take upon Himself IN GOOD nOPES nny product grown in Old Kentucky President Wilson's cabinet to confer prizc. place. Tho County Agent Is In good hopes. is in demand. The clipping taken with him there on December 17 in reFrom Sullivan County, in Tennes Immunity to be bom In a manger, study pictures as wo Wo should becoming the jKorest of the poor, that He expects the enrolment to reach from the Southern Agriculturist and gard to the plan for an association do books, not to pronounce learned see, came J. I. Vnnce. A graduate of none might be hindered from coming the hundreds. Of course the enrol- given below shows conclusively what of nations. Mr. Bryan has accented. Kings College, Tcnn., nnd Union Theo to Int. ,mnn them. Tnnt to enlov ment and reporting is in the hands tho standardization of poultry has Uhem nnd to npproprlate what they logical Seminary, he held several pas II. The Birth of the Savior Anof the teachers and possibly will run done In Increasing the money the Washington, Dec. 0 President havo to give us. A great picture, torates nnd becamo n platform speak nounced (vv. !) tho number higher than Is expected farmers wives receive for their eggs Wilson today called on tho American 1. To whom (v. 8). Ills birth was like n great book, is tho judge of er in much demand nnd author of by tho time thc schools close. and chickens: people to contribute of their funds our capacity. If without knowing books on religious subjects. He is announced to the shepherds who were "At the Southern Poultry nnd Egg to relievo tho nppnlling distress in their a certain picture is by a gTeat nt present a contributor to newspa keeping wntch hut gospel flocks by PRODUCING SHEEP ON Shippers night. The glorloua S Association meeting in China resulting from famine in sev- that inemnge artist, wo find ourselves liking it, pers' and hns nn original nnd concise mil tlrxt sounded forth to them. This Nashvillo last month, the standardizaeral of the provinces. thnt picture's verdict of us is fnvor-nbl- e. way of presenting religious truth for showt thnt poverty Is no barrier to Sheep have a place on our farms, tion work In Kentucky was discussed the masses thnt is not surpassed. the reception of the blessed gospel. By keeping a flock of from G to 12 quite lully. The shippers present Washington, Dec. 13. The John- William N. Harbcn wns born In God (loot not reveal Illiiicolf mainly to In choosing pictures to live with, ewes, farmers can provide themselves stntcd that this splendid work in ed- - son Immigration Bill, as amended to the princes and great men of thc earth, choose only the best. As Murray County, Georgln. Ho with meat for the table, sell a few ucation and cooperation had increased prohibit all immigration for a period we should In business for some time, but, but oftentlnieM tlicno things ore nmong books, so among plcturcs, lambs for mutton, secure additional the weight per bird n pound. Thcv of one year, was passed today by tho from such, and dlsclowl to the many good, but few best. being of n literary turn, devoted him revenues through the sale of wool. also made tho statement that Ken- House. It now goes to tho Senate, thcro are We should Icam to know these. It self to story writing. For a time ho poor. "I lath not Ood chocn the ioor For those wh have no sheep, let us tucky eggs which u.ud to bo graded where its defeat is predicted by Senof this world, rich In faith nnd heirs Is possible to know them even if we wns nsslstnnt editor of the Youth's kingdom, of consider just how to get started In and bought ns 'Souihurn eggs' it 3 or ate leaders. he hath promgnllcrics where tho Compnnlon. Ho won n first prize isedthe them thntuhlch lilmT" (James ennnot visit the to love tho business with a small outlay of 4 cents per doze.t W cw the market, scvornl times for thc best short story, originals hang, for wo can buy excel2:ft). Their being busy with the capital and how to handle tho flock now went on the market on the same Washington, Dec. 7. Provisions lent reproductions of them all for a onco In n competitive contest offered duties of this life did not prevent obtaining it. basis as 'Western firsts.'" after of tho national prohibition act extend few cents each. For n dime n girl by Current Literature nnd ngnln In them from being favored with this to American ships, whether they be in enn hang n Raphael in hor room nnd n contest under lead of the Atlantn glorious mewnpe from God. Moses, Choosing and Buying Breeding Ewes ROAD IMPROVEMENT American waters, on tho high seas or eyes on something worth Constitution. "White Mnrie," nnd "Al- (Jlilcon. Amo nnd Kllslin were culled an4 Rams The travel and transport bureau in foreign waters. Commissioner of feast her while, or a boy can delight his soul most Persuaded" nro nmong his by the Ixird from the busy activities Tour first ewes can be native of tho B. F. Goodrich Rubber Corn- - Internal Revenue John Skolton Wil. of life. The Lord never calls the Idle; in the glories of tho Parthenon. In stories. ewes. purchased from nearby sheep pany believes that "votes for women" Hams ruled today. Francis B. Johnson of Taylor he hns no use for the lazy mnn. nny good library there nre to be 2. By whom (v. 1). The first gnpcl owfiers. Go Into a flock and pick out is tno biggest single forward stride found books which will introduce us County, West Virginia, studied nrt sermon was preached by tho angel of compact bodies. for highway building since the advent vigorous owes with in Paris, France, nnd on his return Marion, O., Dec. 13. Advice on tho to what is boat in art. the Lord. This exulted being hns part Get young, healthy ewes. If you of tho motor vehicle. It points out plan for an association of nations wa. Thc framing of the picture is of to tho United States wns a member In the announcement of the plnu of old ones, do not take those that highway bond issues carried by sought by President-elec- t must buy of tho Art Loaguo of Washington. snlvntlon. No doubt angels earnestly narding to- great importance. Wo frame n largo majorities in mr.it of the states day from Elihu Root, former secrehaving spread, broken, or worn-ofto give it prominence, therefore D. C. He mndo illustrations for mag- sympathize with poor, fallen, tcclh. Such ewes cannot cat well and and that in the various state campaigns tary of state, and moro recently a to mnko the frame moro ornnmental azines and newspapers. Being Inmen. will mako no money as breeders for women took active and aggressive conference with leading European 3. The nature of the message (vv. than tho picture is absurd. In gen- terested in photography, ho was sent parts. Tho issues carried were: Min- statesmen in the formation of a world their purchasers. It wns good tidings of great eral, gilt frames should be used for as n dclegnto to tho International t. n glndnoine Do not use anything but good nesota, $100,000,000; Missouri, court under tho Versailles League colored plcturcs, oil pointings and Photographers Congross in Paris In Joy. Surely this W'cst Virginin, $50,000,000; covenant. It wns good tidings because the rams of a mutton breed upon your 1000. water colors, whilo yhotographs nnd (lHrknesN nf htwthendom which had for ewes. A Southdown, Shropshire; or Colorado, $5,000,000; Idaho, $2,000,-00L. J. Lewis, of Rutherford County, prints should be frnmed in narrow wns beginso long covered Virginia, $50,000,000; New Jcr-seHampshire ram will prove most deNew York, Dec. 11. Lower prices bands of plain wood to hnrmonlze in North Carolina, graduated from tho ning to vnnUli. the earth The OHntlng out of $20,000,000, nnd Kansas, sirable. 'He should be about two for spring clothing will result from color with tho prevailing tone of the University of North Cnrollna and Sntnn, the prince of the world, wns years of age, healthy, nnd carry tho nction of locnl manufacturers In picture. took specinl work in science nt Colum- about to take place. Liberty was now This sum $356,000,000 added to placing thoir shops on tho piece-wor- k plenty of mutton. Such a ram will The hanging of tho pictures, ns bia University. Ho became profes- soon to be proclaimed to those who cost, delivered, from $15 to $25, and the $050,487,000 already available In system, William Brandlor, president on which sor of Geology in Clemson Collego were In bondage. Tho way of salvad well ns tho can be bought by a half dozen far- federal aid appropriations and stato 0f tho New York Clothing Manufnc- - they nro hung, mnkes n great South Cnrollnn, In 1890, nnd In Rut- tion was now- about to be opened to longer won the knowledge, of He will nnd county tax lunds nnd bond issues turers' Association, predicted today mers clubbed together. however gers College, New Jersey, In 1004. ull. No be picture difference. No confined to the Jews, but makes a grand total of $1,006,487,000 nftcr a special meeting of members of good breed from 40 to 60 ewes. Ho served ns nn nsslstnnt In tho God to looks woll if poorly hung. A nlTuted to the whole world. So glorinow available for good roads con- tho organization. plain wall paper Is best. Bright United Stntcs Geological Survey nnd ous wns this good news that a multiProtection From Storms and Dogs struction In the United States. In 1005 beenmo Stnto Geologist of colors may be used In tho tude of the houvenly host appeared, Sheep do not require closed buildChlcago, Dec. 11. Wholesale prices joining In thn song of praise. tnns. grnys, greens or browns North Cnrollnn. wnroi protection from cold, as their KENTUCKY NEWS ings for What theso boys did other mounof fresh meat cuts, both beef nnd in tho living-rooIII. The Prompt Investigation of the Pictures of (Continued from Pago One) floeccs afford protection if kept dry. pork, reached tho low levels of tho various sizes nnd shapes may bs tain boys enn do. Tho world wants Shepherds (vv. 15. 10). A low shed, built on dry ground and partmcnt of the United Stntcs gov- - pre-wThoy did not stop to nrgue or quesperiod with tho closo of busl- - hung on tho same wall, but the bot- lendors. Borca College wants to help tion, though no ilmilit these tilings opening to tho south, Is sufficient. ernment havo destroyed 243 whisky ncss this week. Armour & Company toms or tho tops of tho pictures in the process. seemed pausing strunge to them, but Such a shed will cost but very little, stills in the Eastern district of Ken- announced today In n public stateshould bo on tho samo level- Picas scraps of lumber about tho farm tucky since January 1, according to ment. Beef prices, the last to bo re- tures should not bo hung too high, nrchltecturo, but wo enn control its they hnstlly went to llctlii'lieni whero U. G. McFarland, chief field deputy adjusted, declined to tho lowest lovcls nor too mnny on tho samo wall apaco decoration. Wo enn banish what- they found everything Just ns reprecan bo utilized in building it. They had the privilege of sented. In tho ofllco of Prohibition Director of tho year this week. your flocks within a Place No mnttcr first gazing upon so thnt the effect Is that of crowd- ever is not beautiful. the world's Savior, fenced inclosure at night, ns dogs of- Paul Williams here. how littlo wo hnvo to spend, it enn the Lord of glory. They ing. Tho choicer plcturcs should of returned with No record is kept, ho said, of the ten attack and destroy sheep. A bo rightly spent. To mnko a homo gratitude In their hearts, praising God Washington, D. C, Dec. 12. With courso bo hung In tho living-roofence that will turn a dog must bo at amount of whisky nnd beer destroyed completion of tho government ship- portraits may bo hung in the dining-roo- bcnutlful, wo do not require wealth. for all theso wonderful things which least CO inches high, havo a barbed nlong with the stills. building program by 1022, the United photographs nf fronds, bits Wo do not need rich gilding nnd curv- lie hud revealed to them, IV. The Shepherds Wltnesalng (w. wiro stretched flat to tho surfaco of This does not nccount for raids on States probably will havo as much of our own handiwork In water color ing, mnrblo nnd bronzes, but we do the ground at its bottom, and three soft drink parlors nnd other places ocean going tonnage ns all the other or crayon should bo kept for Iho need tnstc. With good tnsto nnd tho They could not remain silent. They barbed wires 7 inches apart stretched suspected of violation of the prohi- countries combined, with tho excep- moro prlvato rooms of tho house. expenditure of some time, ono can were Impelled to tell the good news. at Its top. The space between barbed bition laws. tion of Great Britain, Chairman Ben- But nil hard and fast rules aro ab- mnko of tho plainest houso n bcnu- All who have truly heard the good tidwires can be filled in with old boards, son of the Shipping Board declared surd; in general, pictures should bo tlful home. ings of snlvntlon through Jesus Christ g mapoles, or any other Dec. 0. Failure Frankfort, of in his annual report mado puhlic to- hung where they look best. must tell It to others, Theso shepherds terial, provided It is so built as to county school superintendents In the day. went bnck to their work praising God. Walls without pictures nro like Qulncy, Mass. Tho keel of tho keep tho dog from crawling through. past to report each railroad, telehouses without windows. Pictures Massachusetts will be graph, telephone, pipe-linintcrur-ba- n Christian Faith. Washington, Dec. 10. Provisions afford an opportunity for the mind laid soon after New Year's Day, It was Christian faith Is n grand cathedral, SAVE THAT SOIL and (other public service cor- of tho army reorganization act fixing to cscapo for n moment from tho ounounced at tho Foro Ulvor plant of Soil is tho farmer's capital. Any- porations running through nny the pence tlmo strength of tho regular routine of work nnd to become re- tho llcthlchom Shipbuilding Corpora- with divinely pictured windows-stan- ding without you eun seo no glory, thing which takes away his soil graded school district, has caused army at approximately 280,000 men freshed and delighted. tion, Ltd. The Mastmchusctt will be nor ciin Imnglne nny, but standing makos tho farmer much poorer. The tho schools to lose thousands of are mnndatory nnd leave "no discre"A room hung with beautiful pic- larger than any vessel now In the within every ray of light reveals following little editorial from the dollars, according to Superintend- tion to anybody," Secretary of War tures may bo a room hung with United States Navy. Sho will be 000 Imrmony of unvpeivkahlo splendors. a Agriculturist suggests ent Colvin. Superintendent Colvin Newton D. Baker told the nouse mil- beautiful thoughts," for "beauty Is feet length over all and 100 feet beam, Southern displacement will be 43,200 methods by which the farmer may says: "Corporations have escaped itary committee today, explaining his God's Praying. as Charles and her No ono will pruy for the perfected hold onto his wholo capital. paying taxes that graded school dis- action In ordering recruitment up to Klngslcy has said: "If wo get sim- tons. She will bo driven by electricity, engines of 00,000 horsepower, and heart earnestly, perscverlngly, belter-lugl"Go out and take a look at your tricts were legitimately entitled to that figure. The secretary had been ple beauty and naught else, wo get withopocd Is to be 23 knots. ber The armauntil he accepts Cod's Word fields. The season of wiiter rains receive." asked by Chairman Kahn why tho about tho best thing God Invents." ment will comprise twelve fully that It Is a positive command and washing and leeching Is with their limit of 175,000 provided In the army Wo cannot nlways control the lo- guns and a secondary battery of six- nn Immediate duty to be perfect at hand. Look carefully at the fields Frankfort, Dec. 11. Announcement appropriation bill had been exceeded. cation of our house or its style of teen Olncb guns. Hev. Andrew Murray. TKACHEKS HKPOIIT CLUB WORK Kockcasllo County t. 1 uiiK-ui-ii-ovcr-ctlmn- to - ' 11 8-- 1 OUP-FAUM- con-rent- pic-tu- ro F ). 0; w-- mcs-sngi- . 0; y, 0. j back-groun- - bed-room- s, ar - dog-pro- ). fcnco-buildln- e, hand-writing- ," y, h CtmWIN December 1C, MIS E K 1020 THE CITIZEN TUBERCULOSIS VII. Dr. R. Pngo Seven THE CITIZEN A I1KHKA MARSHALL K. VAUOIIN, Editor J. O. LEHMAN, family newspaper published every Thursday by PUHLISHINQ CO. (Incorporated) H. Cowley Aocll Editor and tIu.lnM Manager EnUrnl at th pnntodlr at lie rra, Kr rU mall mattrr. Oneynr, 11.60; tlx month,, M auiiscmiTioN nt) tare montha, Mrtnta. rates I'ayal.le In advanre. Forln Advertising Krprrarntatlvr. The Amrlran I'rna Airorlatlon. The Citizen's New Attraction The Citizen endeavors nt nil time to cover the lnnrcBt posaibla rnngcr of Interest. The plan Ifi to give, as fnr ns space will permit, tho latest significant happenings in Rcrea College, tho community around, the stntc, tho nntlon, ami tho world. From time to time it will publish educational articles that nro not of particular news value, but nro cultural and educative. Wo wish to call the attention of tho readers to tho articles in this issuo written by Prof. J. It. Robertson And Prof. Mary E. Welsh. Each week these two columns will contain interesting and instructive discussions of subjects that will ndd to tho store of knowledge of all who read them. For the time being some phase of history nnd home Improvement will be the topics. The Teacher Shortage The great shortage of teachers in the public schools of the United States is sufficient cause for anxiety nmong tho friends of free education. A republic thrives in direct proportion to the enllghtmcnt and education of tho masses of its citizens, and if the school for the great masses becomes depleted, whence shall the salvation of the Republic arise? Tho richest nation in the world and composed of the freest people should have the greatest educational system in the world. No child in America should have the door of his schoolhouse closed to him the year around because of the want of n teacher. There must be some forthcoming remedy or the nation will slip back a decade In its progress. What would you suggest os a remedy? Are you seriously concerned over the crisis that is upon us, or arc you shifting the responsibility to others? After somo study and investigation we venture to offer two remedies which have succeeded where they have been tried. A larger annual salary and a place for teachers to live. The most pitiable thing connected with the public schools is the army of idle, jobless, wandering teachers from three to six months of the year, drawing no salary, and as they have barely received enough to pay expenses while they were teaching arc forced to live among relatives during tha long vacation. Some of these teachers are able to accumulate enough to tnke a short course in summer school, provided It is not an expensive school, but many of them ro not able to continue the work of Tho first attempt at solution of the problem is to moke larger appropriations for teachers' salaries. Larger monthly salaries are not so importnnt as more monthly salaries in the year. should be employed for eleven months each year, nnd bo paid each month without having to discount their warrants. Wo have In mind schools whero tho teacher problem was n serious mnttcr for years. Finally those schools awoke to their duty nnd today do not hove to hunt teachers, but choose teachers from many applicants. Wo mention two types as examples. Ono is a rural high nnd graded school, seven miles fern town. Tho teachers, from first grade up to high school principal, irnt comfnrtnblo salaries. The principal is provided with n homo, tor which he pnys a small rent. Ho is permitted to keep n cow and cultivate n garden. His expenses nro greatly diminishid, and his net earnings compare favornbly with higher paid teachers in tho city whore expenses nro necessarily greater. There is another tenchcrago belonging to this school whero tho unmarried women Instructors keep house in n cooperative plan, bringing the expenses of each one below $20.00 n month. They arc independent nnd nt tho same time responsible, for if they fail to make good others arc wniting for the plnce. The second cxnmplc shows tho need of applying our second remedy. Wo nro thinking of another school in n small city where the salary of the principal is $1,500 n year more thnn tho country prlncipnl receives. Ho has resigned twice this year ho could not find a plnce to live, nnd ench timo nnothor shift was mndo to tide him over. Today his family is living in two small rooms nnd cooking In the basement of tho school building. It needs no nrgument to say that ho will not be in that nchool next year unless n chnngo is made. As a rule the teaching profession is not filled with people seeking financinl gain. If they were, they would chooso somo other occupation. Every real tencher is n missionary whoso prime object is to make men nnd women, tho noblest nlm that enn possess n human being. Tho tenchers who arc stemming tho tldo of tho present ngo nro exhibiting n truly heroic spirit. Tlioy nro holding the torch through this mad rush of industrialism that will light the pnthwny to n moro wholesome era, but whilo they arc enduring are thoy to bo deprived tho common comnnd forts of llfo? Aro they to share poorer than tho T s the If tho shaping of the ideals nnd destinio nf tho citizens of the next generation is of nny consequence to ns, should wo not hold up tho hnnds of those to whose charge this shaping has been consigned? rs street-cleaner- Tho-Teac- hers se j LAUGHTER OF CHILD SCARCE IN POLAND was In rotund, I scarcely once saw a clilld laugh," declared Dr Harry Plots, discoverer of the typhus buccllus, In a report to the European Relief Council on medical conditions atnonc the Jewish population of Poland, based on his recent Investigations there for thu Jewish Joint Distribution Committee, "Th moat deplorable sight of all thy miseries In Poland Is the condition of the children," Dr. Plots ssld. "Infant mortality Is exceedingly blch and the because of hltli percentage of coutnglous diseases. In large part mothers must resort to artificial feeding us they are unable to Id tnuny cities nursM their children. I saw underfed children, suffering with diseases, wandering about the streets with no place to go, begging for bread." Tuberculosis bus bocoma prevalent among the Jewish children, lurgely due to the overcrowded roudltlooi In which they are forced to live, their luck of nourishing food and warm Plots. according to Dr. clothing, Typhus, which killed thousands of Jews lust winter In the worst epidemic will recur again, Polund has eter be said, us conditions aro much worse among the Jews thun ever before. "Favus, a contagious skin disease, Is now rapidly spreading from child "Iu Vllua to child," hi' continued. there are 11.000 ruses among the Jewish children kIoiio. Smallpox, loo, Is juevaleut hrougjinut Poland and the ' Ckrnine Miid Children, with wide-- ' spread eruptions and temperature, stri-eta- . hoe been seen running about the "In all the time I every prevent, but there ' ear. which vaccination would Is no vaccine." Dr. Plots told how in Lithuanian villages tie found children, six and seven ycura old, unable to walk or In talk, the result of malnutrition. regions where whole towns bud been destroyed during the war, be found fumllles crowded In miserable There are thousands of cases I il ' trn James A Flaherty, at Philadelphia supreme knight of the Knights of Columbus, declared that the K of C., In response to an appeal from Herbert Hoover, chairman of the European Relief Council, hud decided to tako an exception In their policy of refrulnlnx from uny nntlomtl campaign for funds for relief or charltnble work. 'The need of the starving and sick children of I urope Is so urgent," Mr. Flaherty said, "that the Knights of feel In duty bound to devote thenixi'lvea to tin rnmuiou tusk of raising funds for the relief of these chilIt Is our An an vrguolzutlon dren. Intention to cot' duct no distinct IC jf C. drive for funds, although members of the orgunlr.tlon are frequent contributors to all rhnrltable drives. Hut feel that the emergency In this ruse culls for the united efforts of all Americans and we consider It a prlt liege to have partnership Ic this great work ef murcy." This nrticlo will deal with the treatment of tuberculosis. Of course I do not advise nny ono with tuberculosis to try to treat himself. Ho should be under tho direct enro of a competent physicinn. However, If he is not bcA:urcd of his matndy, it will not be by taking of drugs, but by observing certain rule of living which nrc essential but which tho busy doctor may not have time or patience to cxplnin to him. These rules of living arc: First, plenty of good fresh nlr, day friends and living under conditions and night. which arc distinctly worse that whnt Second, a plentiful, easily digested he could afford at home. diet. I want to add a word nbout the Third, freedom from care and tuberculin treatment. Of course, D. H. Smith worry. W. W. Rominger this is strictly a professional mat Fourth, a willingness and the ter, but it is n matter which the nbility to rest when rest is needed. patient should understand. The tutreatment is used now by Fifth, when the patient has enough berculin men who make a specialty money so that he can live with all almost all of treating tuberculosis. It should the comforts ho Is accustomed to at used only on patients who are not Funeral Directors home, it Is wise for him to go to be Tunning a temperature. If the tem Colorado, New Mexico, or some other perature runs above normal, the pa dry mountain climate. tient must go to bed and stay there We are now open for business with a Wo will consider these points In till it has been normal for several full line of burial supplies. Auto and order. days before tho tuberculin treatment Horse Drawn Hearses. Embalming. good is begun. If during the treatment Tho best plan to assure a supply of good fresh air is to con- the temperature goes up, tho patient Calls Answered Day or Night. struct a sleeping porch off the bed- must go to bed nnd the treatment In The Concrete Block between J. M. room in which you sleep. The porch be either discontinued or the dose re should be at least ten feet square duced" This is a matter for the docCoyle C& Co. and H. C. Pennington, on nnd screened. tor to decide, but it Is a matter, too. Thcro should Chestnut Street. double doors between tho bedroom for the patient to know, for unless) and the porch and the bed should tho doctor Is skilled in the use of the have large castors so that it can be tuberculin, ho may easily do the paeasily rolled in and out. Tn hot tient harm with it. The patient has Berea, Kentucky Phone 130 weather the bed should be clear out. a right to know that if he haj a As the weather gets cold and stormy marked reaction from the use of the the bed can be drawn in as far as tuberculin, it should be cither disIs desired to avoid the elements. In continued, or, if continued, it should this way the patient can always have be done with the greatest of care. 169 Murders Since January 1. Anarchists Flee From Red Chiefs. perfectly fresh air but need never When used with these precautions it Chicago. Murders In Chicago sine. Emma (iolilmnn and Wnshlnetmi. bo exposed overmuch. No person is of the greatest value as an aid 'n January 1, 11)20, reached a total of j Alexander Iterkmnn, who were deport- 1G9 when the bodies of two actresses however healthy should sleep In a the treatment of tuberculosis. close room, and it is death to a tuIn conclusion I want to encourage ed from the United States, have made were found In Orant Park, at the foot, hail bercular to do so. those who have tuberculosis. It if a hurried exit from Itussln. after a dis- of Van Iluren street, where they auto-- . . decidedly a curable disease and the agreement with Leiilne and Trotzky, evidently been thrown from an As to food, the patient should ' fact that most people who hu the and are In the Ukraine, according to mobile. consist-sistin- g cat nn abundant diet u letter from Miss Oolrtmnn, received of the ordinary mixed diet, t'tseasc die of it is due to tho fact In Washington. A high Government Some Comfort. but especially rich In milk, meat that they do not follow out carel salt) thut they cither ure at What n comfort It Is In n world .V fully tho plan of living which I have Odessa or Kief In the Ukraine and where so many Mundnrds nppear to lie '' and eggs. It is a mistake to stuff n tubcrculnr patient with oven the outlined above. If these rules were nine no Intention of returning to Itus- falling nwny to rend Ihnt "the price of reNew diamonds will he maintained." sln lis long as the Inlne-TroUk- y best food. Tho stomach is tho best consistently followed nearly all York Evening Sun. would live to old age. gime Is a power. friend he has nnd he must be careful thnt he does not overload it and bring on Indigestion, for then he has defeated his purpose entirely. He should eat as much as he can readily digest and no more. If hofinds that innni irii innnm h ,. .tirrr he cannot digest a large rriool, It may be Wise for him to take a glass of milk or an eggnog between meals, It is hard for n tubercular to keep his mind free from enro and worry, but it is necessary for him to do so, One of the advantages of leaving home nnd going to n sanitarium Is that the patients in n sanitarium arc ta.ight to bo cheerful. They soon get to bellovo thnt they nro going to get well nnd they take a sane hope ful view of life. The fourth point is the most im portant of all. It Is absolutely neccs snry to recover that tho patient should be in bed if ho has any tem perature nt all above normal. By The comfort and beauty of the appointments this I mean thnt every tubercular add to the physical enjoyment which you should have a thermometer anil use it. If he feels tho least bit ns if derive ftom the easy riding qualities of the ho has temperature, he ahruld take Sedan. it three or moro times a day, nnd if ho linns thnt it is above normal at nny timo in tho day, he must go to The upholstery is done in genuine mohair bed nnd stay thcro. Tho length of velvet. time that he Is to stny in bed tic- pends on how continuous nnd how high tho temperature is. If it comes up every day, or if It goes very high, say to 101 or 102, ho should stay in bed till It has run normal The gasoline consumption is unusually low for several days before getting up The tire mileage is unusually high nt nil. When it Is established at nor mnl, for several days ho may get up nnd move nbout very cnrefully, grnd unlly increasing his activity and watching his temperature carefully lo bo sure ho is playing safe. RIso In temperature means nn nctivo dls-- i Berea, Kentucky enso process nnd ono is suro to lose his fight nnd go down to nn early grave, if ho keeps up nnd about when his temperature is nbovo normnl. I cannot emphasize this point too strongly. Tho fact that most peo-pie who havo pulmonary tuborculo sis dio of it Is duo directly to th' fact thnt this importnnt point is not strictly obsorved. I honostly bellcvo thnt if all tuborculars would invarin bly go to bed for several days when evor tho temperature goes nbovo normnl n very Inrgo porcont of thorn Sun-Parload-vf- be nblo financially to live In as much omfort nwny from home as he would nt home. Tho Inhabitants of our western cities nro shy of sick peo- Best Equipment and Service at lowest Coat. Wards for Men and for Women. ple. They do not want tubercular Private Rooms Hath. Electric Service. in their homes nnd they nro not to Eye, Note and Ear Surgery, Care in Child-birth- , be blamed for that One is likely GENERAL PRACTICE to hnvo to tnko n room on tho north slue of the house, where ho gets no Come in and visit an establishment, which I a Iriend In nerd, nunshino at all. He is likely to get and In reach of all the people. irto n room which has been occuplcl Robkht II. Cowlky, M.D., Physician by n tubercular bcfoiu him, nnd ho Harlan Duiiliy, M.I)., Physician docs not know how careful the former Mary S. Wetmore, M. D., Physician Mis Mary I.onoacrk, R.N., Superintendent occupnnts was. In short, I would Mim Hilda Siliicrmann, R.N., Head Nunc any ono who contemplates a change of climato to consider well CHANGE IN RATES Ileglnnlng March t, the rates for board and room of private whether what he gnins in climnte will patients will be $15 to $18 per week. The rates fnr patients not bo moro thnn offset by what he cared for In the wards will remain the same $1 per day. loses by being nwny from homo nnd It r Order of Prudential Committee. Ilerea College Berea College Hospital Smith C8i Rominger oflU-In- IP m Dodge Brothers 4 DQ0R. 5EDAN I BEREA MOTORS CO. would live to old ngo. Now ns to chnngo of climate Thcro is no doubt that Kentucky has n rathor poor climato for tuberculosis. However, thcro arc other things to bo considered besides climate. Ono's stnto of mind Is immensely Importnnt, and if ho is obliged to go nwny from his friends among strangers whero ho will bo homesick and vhoro ho will hnvo nothing to think cf but how sick and unfortunate ho is, It ennnot help having n depressing effect on him. Then, too, ho must a t ii 11 i 1 m iii 11 b iTrfiiTnuTPLmrTTrjtT rani 'OTini n r 5 '"" i rrnrw:api. Pago Eight THE CITIZEN December 18, 1020 College Department SOCIETIES ENTERTAIN The young Indies of the College entertained tho young men last Saturday night with open meetings of their societies. Pi Epsllon PI enter-taine- d In the Faculty Room and Utile tee held forth In Ladies Hall Pnr-It- r. The programs given showed Mack care nnd preparation. A great deal of originality and talent was in evidence, which made tho evening ' Tcry entertaining. Following Is tho program of each sclcty ns given Saturday night: PI Epsilon PI Miss Parker Invocation Anna Jones Greetings Margaret McNomee Reading Mary Hatfield Essay Vocal Duet Fannie Lou Reed, Rctty Ilemdon Catherine Haley Original Story YOUNG WOMEN'S Piano Sblo ' Berea's Winter Term (Continued on Pago One) and wait for n reply before he starts from home. All girls go straight to Ladies Hall when they nrrlve in Bcren, nnd the boys go to the largo Chapel, where the Secretary will meet them. This is wishing you a Merry Christmas and n happy journey to Bcrca. Sincerely yours, M. E. Vaughn, Secretary who hnvc finished n four-yehigh school course, nnd othcrwlso meeting our requirements, nro Invited to enter the college for tho second half of ar tho year. II. Bcrca Normal School The Bcrca Normal School invites all young men nnd women of the southern mountains who desiro to prrpnro themselves for tho work of teaching. Additional courses and additional Instructors have been added to the Normnl School this year. T-..'i tcrlng. Some very successful farm managers and county agents, ns well ns contractors, bookkeepers, bankers, nurses, superintendents of hospitals, hnvo nnd, above nil, gone out from tho Vocational School. Tho decline In the price of lumber nnd the stimulus that is being given to building nrc making great demands for carpenters nnd contractors. There is n field of 'useful service nnd remuneration open to tho good home-makers, Berea College Alumni Association (This pce belongs to the Alumni Amoclstlon of Here College. Article, news Items sml peronl letters from eniiluates will he publltheil In full or Ir aluttact every week. The Alumni Kdltor, Secy. M. K. Vaughn, Berea Co. lege, Berea, Ky.. will be pleased to receive nr communication o( Interei from members of the Association.) Editor The Citizen: Rending nn nccount of tho recent Thnnksglvlng Day exercises In Bcrca recalled to my mind my first Thnnksglvlng in Bcren just fifty-flv- o years ago. It is father started well known thnt my n school In Berea somo years beforo tho war, out of which Berea College developed; that he and doned when tho Collego moved Into "Tho Uresh." There were erected six buildings of rough oak boards, nnd I think tho total cost must havo been well over $000. Not a cent was spent on pnlnt. When nbout 1808 Howard Hnll was erected, I looked upon it ns tho lnrgest building In tho world; nnd when nbout 1871 the ladles Hall was constructed, I supossed that nothing finer hnd ever como from the Imagination of tho architect. These are the only two College buildings stnnding which woro In uso even In 1870, when I graduated. Wo had no chapel, ns the original building erected nt tho enormous cost of $175 hnd burned down. I must except tho Tabernacle, which' I helped to erect In 1877, nnd like all other students received not a cent of pny. In thnt year all of the College buildings, except Ladle Hnll and Howard Hall, were worth at n literal estimate at least $4,000, although I do not suppose they were Insured for ono hnlf rv. " - Oration Song Lois McVey Mnry LnfTcrty - "Can You Imagine It?" Flossie Johnson Pi Trio Utile Dulce Lillian Ninl "The Price of Success" . .Jewel Elam Duet Helen Tuttle, Leor.c Graff Elsie Burtner Reading "College Couplets" ....Oulda Midkiff "Modern Educated Woman" Isabella Bowon Jessie Bowers Reading Luclle Baker Cello Solo Wclcomo Hospital Berea's Attractions More young men have been enrolled in tho Teacher Trnlning courses dur- If you nsk what aro the attractions Tho sophmoro class "pulled off" a of Bcren, you would rcccivo numerous social Friday night which tho other class organizations might copy with answers. Tho person who Is inter the ested in nature would sny it is the pleasurable results. At six-thir- SOPIIMORE SOCIAL numbering some forty-fiv- e "mobbed" over to the Vocational Chapel and there gave themselves up to happy nbandon. Games, races and contests of wit (I) constituted the program. This class docs not plan to deprive itself of any opportunity for the manufacture of joy unto Itself. class, COLLEGE WINS AGAIN In what proved to tc one or the clostcst and most interesting basketball contests ever witnessed in Berea, College won her second game of the season, from Normal. At the end of the first half the score was 0 in favor of Normal. College was get ting shots, but failing to connect. At this time Keller, Sanders and Bick-nwere substituted for Carpenter, Fowler and Smith. These substitutions seemed to turn the trick, for In ..he second half tho Normal failed to score a 'field goal, while College started connecting, the final score be ing 7 In favor of College. Line-uCollege: Carpenter, Fowler, Hill, Smith, VanScoyk; Normal: Morris, Amburgy, Durham, Richards, Embree. Substitutions: Keller for Carpenter, Sanders for Fowler, Bickncll for Smith. Fields for VanScoyk, Grider for Embree. Officials: Referee, Ross; Umpire, Shutt; Scorer, Roberts; Timers, Prouse and Robertson. el 8-p. ' beautiful mountains to the South, tho broad expanse of the Bluegrass to the North, Cowbell Hollow, Sinks nnd Rises, Anglin Falls, and a dozen other scenic spots nnd beautiful drives. The person who is interested in folks, clean, ambitious, worthy young folks, would say it is the mass of students crowding every class-roonnd building on tho campus. But what is it that attracts the student? The attractions I have just mentioned have their influences upon them, but the prime reason why the students come to Berea is given below under five separate heads. I. Berea College The highest ambition of every student should be to get n college edu cation. It Is the crown of scholar ship, as far as achievement in concerned, but should bo a sharpened tool in the hands of a person with a passion for service. Berea College belongs to tho Association of Colleges of Kentucky, and 'is now qualified to become standardized on the basis of the Carnegie unit. It is a combination of standard and junior college. The degrees of Bachelor' of Arts and Bachelor of Science meet the requirements of the standard American college. The course In Pedagogy, two years in length, meets the require-- 1 m ing the Fall Term than for many years. Tho new educational laws thnt have been enacted In mnny stAtcs, the removal' of tho school system from politics, nnd the advance in salaries, hnvo contributed to the attractiveness of the tencbing profession. , Tho prediction by a great many that the schoolroom will some day bo minus mnsculinc influence is receiving n shock by the increase of young men in tho Normal School. They are men of real physique and stature, as the record of the football season just closed will show. Tho Normal team defeated n sister State Ncrmal and was an equal match with the best teams that played on our campus. This is given merely to show that men of manly size are preparing to tench the schools of the mountains. The Normal School invites students at the beginning of tho Winter Term, they have December 20, provided made reservations for rooms.-- .III. The Academy The Academy has for a number of years been the largest school in Boron. It meets a critical need of the great mountain region, thnt of bridging the gap between the grade schools nnd those of higher learning. Many communities have good publis schools extending over the eighth grade, but are without high school facilities. Roy Creech, son of .S. R. Creech, of Berea, has been elected Publicity Manager of tho History Club at the University of Kentucky. Mr. Creech matriculated at the University in September, 1020, as a senior in the College of Arts and Sciences and is doing splendid work. He attended school at Berea two years, receiving a B.L. degree in 1017. Hero he was a member of tho Alpha Zcta Literary team. Society and of the basket-ba- ll Last year ho taught, in tho Foundation Department others were forcibly driven from the Ptnte In 1850 nnd did not return until Into in 1805. owing to tho war. In that year my father, with his family, reached Bcrca, ryimlng by carriage from Lexington, tho nearest rnllway station, on December 1, which was declared by President Johnson to bo Thnnksglvlng Day. I havo never lenrned why this date was set instead of the traditional last Thursday In November. Although veJry young, I hnd in mind n lively recollection of the previous Thnnksgiving Day spent nt my father's family homo in Connecticut, where nil tho good things to cat woro In profusion. I expected n that sum. similar feast on arriving in Bcren nt In those days we did not think the close of n rnw and gusty day. much of material considerations, but To my nmnzemcnt no one seemed to were supposed to devoto ourselves to know anything about the day nt all study, nlthough I wish to put on recnnd we ate a cold supper and went ord that probably nono of us Injured to bed. ourselves In tho process. Of tho At thnt time there were less thnn professors of thnt era, or before It, so a dozen houses on the whole length far as I know, the only survivors nro NINE GOOD REASONS of tho Bcren Ridge, and I think not Professor Dodge, who first taught Why the Printing Industry Offers ono Is now standing. My father's us that thcro was no mark worth Good Opportunities to Young house, standing on the site of the while between 0 and 10. How wo Men present Rogers House, hnd suffercJ did hate him nt tho start and how 1 Printing is a great and impor- so much that it was torn down nnd wo enmo to love him not only while tant industry. It ranks fifth nmong the present structure (since remodel- we were still there, but especially the industries of the United States ed) was erected In tho following year. In nftcr years! He was tho first in volume and value of product. There was no roadway whatever west mnn who taught the virtues of abso2 The printing business Is rapidly of that house and whnt Is now tho lute accuracy, which was tho easier growing nnd expanding nnd, there- - ' College campus, as well as all of the because his chair was Mnthcmatlcs. . i lit lore, oners exceptional opportunities land to tho cemetery, was n foroit Tho other survivor Is Henry F. Clark, for progress to those engaged in It. with underbush so thick thnt a Professor of Latin, now living in 3 The printing Industry, mechan- squirrel could hardly pierce it nnd Los Angeles. So fnr as I know, tho ically nnd commercially, constantly was commonly known ns "The others havo passed to their rewnrd. I.' requiring more highly skilled nnd Brosh." Of the students I know In 1865, intelligent men. Consequently, tha School opened In January, and' I cqnnot recall a single survivor exyoung man of natural mechanical or there I learned my A B C's nnd con-- j cept my brother, who Is n trustee of scientific talent finds opportunity for tinned in school until graduation in Bcren, but I presume there arc othcti rapid advancement nnd development 1870, when our class was the largest living. Of those I was intimate with nnd certainly the ablest nnd finest in College, up to graduation In 1870, 4 Tho young man who has a fondness for language and literature finds In the history of tho College to tho most aro dead. Mr Edwin B. Smith, In tho making of good books an op present day. There is no argument tho genial editor of Richmond, was nbout this, since of all our class ad- ono of my Intimntc friends and Walportunity for its expression. 5 The young man of taste nnd mit it Curiously enough, nftcr do Hart, of Aberdeen, Washington, artistic appreciation finds In tho more thnn forty years every member was nnothor. With tho exception of Graphic Arts unlimited chance for of that class who studied Greek Is Mrs. Jennie Lester Hill and Doctor nhvo and every one who did not James McCollum, of Chlcngo, I have originality nnd creative work, f Tho printing industry in all its study Greek is dead. This Is n mat-t- ct novcr seen ono of my clnss-mate- s for insurance companies to take In more than forty years. I get to branches Is so diversified as to offer pathways of achievement to every Into consideration nnd perhaps the Bcrca Infrequently because It Is now Faculty and students may find it a my task to keep tho Universe going, kind of genuine ability. nnd I find it risky to take off tho 7 Tho work Is constant, and work- mntter of Importance. When I first entered Berea College, necessary days for a visit, profitable ing conditions pleasant. d hut, where as I know it would bo to tho Insti8 There is likelihood of promotion it used tho old to forcmanship, superintendents and now stands tho Public School, divided tution. into two smnll rooms, which could j I hnvo thrown off hurriedly these other responsible positions. 0 The nature of the printing in- never Iks well heated In winter nnd random reminiscences simply in tho dustry keeps Intelligence alive and were hot in summer. I presume the hope thnt somo of the students of offers to tho young man who enters whole capital of the Collego Invested today, who probnbly think thnt things it continuous incentive for growth, in books and apparatus was worth at Berea aro not going right, (all less than $50. I remember thnt lato college students aro of tho opinion development and advancement. that spring (18CC) threo colored th:.l they know moro thnn any ono children nnmed Dudley (as I remem- else) can understand something of ber their other names were Napoleon tho primitive days when there were Bonnparte. Dove and Julius Caesar, no material blessings In Bcrca outalthough I am a little uncertain ns side of combrcad, bacon, benns and to the Inst) applied for admission to dried apples; when buildings wero tho school nnd were received, where- few nnd rude, when discomforts were upon nbout hnlf of tho white stu- mnny, but when nt tho snmo tlmo wo dents left. Some of them seemed were ruled by a set of men nnd scarod nnd went out of tho hut on women who feared God and kept tho run, nnd for nil I know nro run- His rommnndments nnd who devoted ning yet, ns they never enmc bnck, their lives with grent suffering nnd although others did so. sncrifico to helping tho students. It is easy to look back on youth You nro so fortunate In every way, nnd sny that "thoso were the hnppy that I hopo any tendency to crltizo days," but I am certain thnt wo did will bo suppressed In tho light of tho have a good time. Eventually two lonrr nnd nstonlshlng history of Berea little framo houses wero erected near College. tho schoolhouse, but later were aban Joseph M. Rogers, 10 clap-boar- jI LEAGUE Leaguo met in the Parish House Sunday afternoon. Tho attendance was tho largest of tho year, and the program ranked among the best. Jay Hatcher spoke on "Tobacco and Athletics." Rolla Craft followed with a talk on "Tobacco and Education." Miss Mae Locko gave a reading entitled "Smoking Tobacco." Miss Lula Owens sang "A Sad ANTI-TOBACC- Tho Anti-Tobac- PUBLIC SCHOOL NOTES E. F. Hlzney, Principal Christmas stories, Christmas songa and Christmns trees nbound nt tho Public School this week. All tho rooms nro to hnvc Christmas trees and most of them aro to have exercises. Mrs. Noble has been giving tho grades Dickens' Christmas Carol. Gcorgo Hamilton, a boy, gave united chapel a paraphrase of Dickens Christmns Carol, Wed nesday morning. Upper chapel had a treat Tuesday morning n piano nnd violin duct by Miss Pigg nnd Jack Fish. s' Tho Association meeting Friday evening was a record ono for tho year. Tho program was splendidly rendered to an appro-ciativ- o audience. Wo want to congratulate our president, Mrs. Godboy, on her skilful nnd tactful management of the program. Miss Young will spend her vacation In Richmond and Louisville. Mrs. Mitchell expects to visit friends in Cincinnati during the holidays. Notwithstanding the contagious diseases In tho community, nltcndanco has been good. Slnco tho minor repairs on tho furnaco our janitor keeps up-Ip- cr nine-year-old Parent-Teacher- James Hall tho rooms comfortable. Tho following is tho honor roll for tho fourth month of school: First Grndo Lucian Cade, Major Gnrdncr, Donald Romlnger, Willlo Simpson, Ednn Hlggs, Evelyn Hen-sleViolet Grnnt, Mary Leo Haek-ct- t, Beulah Rutherford, Ruth Simpy, On tho resignation of Rolla Craft Miss Edna Clark was chosen as chairman of tho Intelligence Bureau. Tho Fall Term has been successful for the Leaguo and better things aro expected for the next. MIMEOGRAPHING Prompt, Accurate Service Mathematics and the Sciences our specialty. Let us bid on your work. EDWARDS BROS. Ann Arbor - - Michigan mcnts of tho State Normals and the Our Academy is equiped with nn efState Board of Education for life ficient faculty, comfortable classcertificate. Ono other short courso In rooms and dormitories on their own literature Is offered to thoso who de- - campus, and givo excellent trailing siro to go Into a technical school fcr for entrance to standard colleges. furthor study. Berea Co'lego has In- Tho Academy, liko tho College, Is creased tho number of Its faculy, run on tho two-terbasis, but to and also tho number of students. accommodate a considerable group Tho latest acquisition is Professor of students, who como to enter nt David Carroll Churchill, specialist in tho beginning of tho Winter Term, science nnd mathematics. Professor special courses havo been arranged Churchill Is nn inventor of some mcr- - to meet tho needs of students who It. Ho received forty thousand ru- enter at this tlmo. pees from tho Indian government for j IV. The Vocational School Inventing a loom that would faclll-- j The term "vocational" is jiew to a tato tho work of weaving, nnd lighten great many people, as they hnvo not tho hitherto laborious work of tho been accustomed to schools whero vowomen. It Is the policy of Bcrca cations aro taught. Our Vocational College to add both professors and School Is mado up of a number of oqulpmcnt just ns fast as they nro short professional courses, such as needed. Any students who nro plan- -, Agriculture, Commerce, Carpentry, ning to enter college at tho opening Homo Science, Stenography, Nursing, of tho Winter Term, ns our college Printing, Blacksmlthlng and Gardenis run on tho basis of two terms a ing. Each of these courses requires year instead of three. The second two years' study for completion. term of the college opens January Students must havo the equivalent of 27. Those living in the mountains.! an eighth grade education beforo en- - three-ter- Tho Vocational School runs on the basis, so that is expecting a Inrgu increase In students nt tho beginning of the Winter Term. There aro n few vacancies yet for students in Nursing and no mo Science. V. Foundation School Few people ever heard of a school 'called a Foundation, but wo havo ono In Bcrca. It takes caro of tho students from tho first grndo on tKrough tho eighth grade. Mnny nro taught son. Second Grndo John Bales, Noah Cruse, Leon Reese, Lola Pennington, Tnlry Simpson, I.nura Todd. Third Grado Gladys Bauflo, Gladys Combs, Ednn Cade, Josephlno Gard- ner, Bcmlco Harris, Mary Romlnger, Ernest Corncllson, Kelly Wagers." Fourth Grndo MInnIo Mao Como. Hson, Bcrthn Isaacs, Junnita Lindsay, Alva Pulllns, Gcorgo RIx, Raymond Recce, Convoy Anderson, Zolma Reece. to read and write, and many aro graduated every year from thl3 de-- l iutmcnt, to enter schools of hi her rank. Some of tho finest thnt havo gono out from our most advanced courses havo como up through tho Foundation School. It Is ono of our important schools nnd ono that wo prize very highly because it offers a chnnco to the fellow at tho bottom. These are tho fivo great attractions, that bring students to Berea. Advertisement. stu-ior.t- s Fifth Grndo Vincent Parks, Tod Gnbbard, Charles Hulctt, Mamlo Mario Lamb. Sixth Grade Llllio Mao Anderson, Nora Marshall, Luclllo Stephens, Gladys Wagers, Marion Gardner, Wm. Haley, Alvis Lamb. Seventh Grndo Forest Wyatt, Russell Hayes, Wilford Gaines, Nclllo Hayes, Luclcn Adams. Eighth Grade William Hayes, Mnry Gaines, Alta Gaines, Bessie Margaret Johnson, Stanloy Rcase, Gladys Todd.