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Citizen (Berea, Ky.): December 30, 1920 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1920 cit1920123001_sn85052076 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Citizen (Berea, Ky.): December 30, 1920 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1920 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. BEREA fX ( PUBLISHING INCORPORATED) CO. MARSHALL E. VAUGHN. Uilor 1. 0. LEHMAN, AimUU Hut tmi IuImm Muir Kntrrrd at tkt tlofflr4 at IbrHi, Kv as pmnd W(fM vxnmntttr, vndrr Art f March, M7$, J'uUuhrd Kurt Tftfay ( llrrrn, AV fc Vol. XXII. Fjvo Conta Per Copy Devoted, to ttie' Interests of tlie DEREA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, The Citizen IvEo-a.ntairL People DECEMBEaf J0J1020 Our Threefold Aim: T gira the Nova of Bere and Vlcialty; To Record the Bappenlagi of Bcrea Collet?; To be of latere to all the' Mouataln People. DECEMBER 23, 1920KENTUCKY, No. 27 Pres. Hutch.!.' Wel come to New Students BELIEF BILL FOR School Children of Japan THE DOWNWARD WorldJYews Tho adjournment of the meeting of tho League of Nations has led to many comments In tegnrd to tho event. Tho enthusiastic expressions of the President of tho League, Hy- man of Belgium, and of the tcmpo-n.r- y chairman, Motto of Switzerland, will probably be discounted. The opinion of the dclcgnte from Canada, however, may bo taken as more calm nnd conservative. Mr.. Rowell said that this first session should be considered ns n gratification to tho friendsof - the Lcnguo and a disappointment to the enemies. Vivian!, tho French delegate, also spoke well of the meeting, and Lord Robert Cecil On behalf of the Faculty nnd the ILL READY old student of Heron, I would wcl como the new students. Wc welcome you to a big school, ono ALLEGED SPECIFICS FOR ALL of the bluest In nil the Southland, NATIONAL COMPLAINTS ARE n school with Its seventeen hundred BEFORE CONQRE83. students soon to bo upon tlio enmpus n school with Its scores of buildings and Important equipment. THOSE FOR FARMERS IN LEAD But, rather, we welcome you to n great school. Wo welcome you to n school, great In Us history. Every Both Senate and House Trying to Meant to Help )he Agricultural student who comes Into this Chapel Interests Through the Present should know tho names to be at Crisis. tnehed to the pictures upon these De-vi- .EVER! PRICE MOVEMENT PRICES ARE ON DOWN O.RACJE AND CONDITIONS HAVE CHANGED According . Presented Comparative 'Figures Bank of Commerce of New York. to By National VWntern Newspaper Union News Service. walls. Here, for example, the pic tures or Mr. and Sirs. I ce. John G, Fee "at his woodpile chopped out,' ns Dr. Frost puts It, "the Idea of Bcrea College." Here on tho other side of the platform are tho pictures ot Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Rogers. Rog cm was a college man, and wrought effectively to build here a college in the wilderness of Kjcntucky. Mrs, Rogers was with us in October. She Is npw absobtely blind, but In her blindness sho sees thp tbings which are good nnd truo nnd beautiful. Tho plcturo over there is thnt of President Wm. Goodoll Frost. I want every boy here, whenever ho meets Dr. Frost, to take off his hnt. During tho twenty-eigyears of his ad ministration most of tho buildings which we now enjoy were built, tho campus was enlarged and beautified the five great schools segregated and strengthened. Of course, tho work has cost the d of tho man And In every possible way wo all faust show him honor, reverence. Wo wolcomo you to n school grent not only In its history, but great In Its present opportunities. It offers ypu some of tho most wonderful friendships of tho world. It offers you the friendship of great books. Over there wo have one of the two largest libraries in tho State of Kentucky. Every boy nnd girl here should know the library well, get the "feel" of the books, learn to know and to lovo the best looks. r Our school offers you tho friend ship of teachers, 'ory well worth knowing. Many of these teachers of ours could got twlee, three times, as much elsewhere for their work as they receive In Bcrea. They are hero because they lovo and believe in Rerca, in you. Sometimes when they givo you exnmlnntions, thoy mny not seem to bo your friends, but during all tho long years you will have few friends so kind, so thoughtful, so sac rificial. Our school offers you the friendship of fellow students, which mny mean much to you nil tho days of your life. you navo often noticed that soma boys will nlways bo attracted by the poorer sort of boys, and boys who tell smutty stories, nnd who break tho regulations, and loaf through tho lnbor period. They get Httlo out of tho college life. Then you meet with tho other kind of boy, who snys to himself, "I nm going to discover nnd become ncquninted with tho best boys nnd girls In tli's institution. I nm going to seek tho best possible friend ships." .This boy reaches tho close of tho year, richer than Rockefeller, Tho President then rend from the Book of Revelation tho divine words of encouragement to the Cvcrcomers: (Continued on Pago. Eight) ht life-bloo- By EDWARD B. CLARK. Washington. TJie hoppers of house and senate nru full of hills for the re- Hi'f of every renl and Imnglnnry III "Ith which Hie body politic Is ninicted, supposed to be afflicted, or threatened with nllllctlon. All of these bills, their frnmers believe, are speclllcs for the confronting complaints. Thnt they are not kik.'cIIcs goes without saying, although It Is possible that one two bf them may he so considered by the I New York. Tho downward 'price movement, In progress In tho caso of a few commodities n year ago, and for all Important classes of rnw mnterlals for many months past, continued without Interruption during the month from November 10 to December 10, says a bulletin of the Nntlonol Ban IT of Commerce. Even lp n period of generally falling prices the future course of tho price of each commodity Is to be Judged by tho supply of and the demand for that commodity. At pres- cut every commodity must be consld - of England. legislator. It Is Impossible that all measures can ho cures for the diseases In hand, because some of them recommend treatment directly counter to the treatment recommended by others. If It I not contempt of congress so to Bny, there are a good many quack doctors In the membership of one house or the other. Farm relief legislation h certain to lc nttcmpted at tho coming session. Senator (Irormn, who Is chairman of the senate committee on agriculture, has Introduced n resolution which will revive the war finance corporation, which will have powers to relieve conditions Inimical to farming and to othlution has been adopted. The hill clerk 'of the hout-- has been busy separating nnd tiling the hills Intended to extend relief to the fanners of the United States. The government printing olllco today Is worklnc all hours to put Into plain print the measures, good, bnd and Indifferent, which have been Introduced to relieve nil kinds of critical, supposedly critical and near critical sltuntlorw In the vnrl- oy Industries of the United States. Many Farming Bills. The farming bills today arc In the majority. One measure directs tlie committee on banking nnd cur rency to find nut what legislation will be necessary to ncrmlt tln iirnm.r financing of farmers and stock raisers. Another hill authorizes the federal reserve bpard to take action necessary to extend liberal credits to tho cotton farmers. Another bill prohibits gambling In foodstuffs and speculation In stocks and bonds. Stll nnother one Is aimed to prevent the sale of cotton and corn In future markets. Two of these measures were produced by Re publicans and two by Democrats. The sennte agricultural committee has been holding hearings with a view to framing additional relief mensnres. Tobacco growers have said that they are In the same plight as other ngrl- ultural Interests. Wool growers have had their say In the hearings and othi er Industries either have been heard or still are to be heard through their special pleaders. The attention of congress tins been culled to the resolution ndopted by the American Farm Bureau federation at Its annunl convention which was held In Indianapolis. A legislative program was formulated which Includes request for changes In the tariff, tho Income tax. the hscliOummlns transportation act, and for the tmssaco of several new measures for nrlous kinds of relief. lome Relief Is Probable. Other resolutions ndopted by other bodies havo come to congrvss. There Is an Immense amount f material on hand upon which to pass Judgment. The session Is a nhort one, but with tho proper committees working dully. and the members attending the nqtunl sessions of congress when nocossnry. It is probable that at this session some measures can he framed, passed and signed which mny bring relief along the lines necessary. President-elec- t Harding has been asked by various agricultural bodle anil by Individual agriculturists to appoint to his cabinet a secretary of agriculture who understands every phase of farming, the kind of secretary who wits referred to In speeches befoie the election as "a dirt farmer." It Is said that Mr. Harding Intends to appoint n man close to the koII for thhi position. There seems to be full appreciation by members of the two houses of con-that wane legislation must he 1 E3 A picturesque gathering of Japanese children waiting to be admitted at one of the primary schools In Tokyo. The little scholurs nre almost pathetically alike In dres and nppeamnce. Most of them are wearing the typlcnlly Japanese prirtt gown, although here and there may be discerned a more elaborate robe. The little hoys Ijove their heads closely shuved. Kentucky News huge ChristFrankfort, Dec. 25,-mas tree, loaded with presents, was furnished by Santa Claus to the in d mates of the Institute. Each in ma to bclicvds In "Old Santa.'' j A Fccblc-MIndc- U. S. News Toledo, 0., Dec. 23. More than 1,500 men were thrown out of work until February 1 when tho Edward er Interests of the country. This reso- Ford Plate Glass Company plant at Rossford closed down today. Philadelphia, Dec. 25. Captain Robert A. Bartlett, who was master of tho "Roosevelt," the ship on which Admiral Peary's expedition discovered the North Pole, has declared his do termination to cross the North Pole in an airplane, Frankfort, Dec 24. Christmas par- dons were given to Press Ilcndrick- -' son, of Bell coutity, Thomas Stubble-- 1 field, of Clay county, and Darby San-- : dor, a negro of Jefferson county, to day by Governor Morrow. Annbunccments enme villc thnt Pike county is enter upon an extensive campnign early In the These roads will start in tions from Pikcville. from Pike. Berkeley, Calif.,, Dec. 25 A ' $!i planning to good roads bill was advertised as found by the new year. Berkeley police department yesterday, three direc- In two days 236 persons have claimed ownership, according to Sergt. Charles Becker. None was able to identify Louisville, Dec. 24. An authorized the bill to his satisfaction. He still ' increnso In tho number of warehouse holds It. guards from 200 to 300 means that $510,000 "vlll be required to police Marion, O., Dec. 23 Myron T. g whisky stored' In Kentucky during the Herrick, of Cleveland,, who was year. The largo expense in- - j lean ambassador at Faris during the volvcd will argue for tho centralizaenrly days of tho World War, was called to Marion today by Presidenttion of liquor, officials say. elect Warren G. Harding to discuss Covington, Dec. 25. Covington re- tho international pcaco plan to be ceived n $1,000,000 Christmas pres- put before the world by tho coming ent. Ulie J. Howard, president of tho administration. Tark Boo"rd, was informed that Wil liam P. Devou, wealthy Cincinnatian.l Washington, Dec. 23. Declaring had made his will and that it provides that tho Government faces a gross that nt his death his entiro estate h deficit of $2,1)0,000,000 for the cur-t- o bo used for tho Improvement of rent fiscal year, Secretary Houston Devou Park, consisting of 518 acres,! today warned tho Senate Finnnco which ho and his brother, Charles De- - Committee that Congress should vou, gave to Covington twelve years video, Uruguay, to bring Mr. Colby Treasury Department. ago. f Amer-comin- ' j MICKIE SAYS Miiawiur' Git ' PCEVCO r VlLL MO PetlFECKAM OOOO NEWS flCVA T A.CCOWjOOW6 MOO.MCO uatsao ELSE NNOOSW ,WftW AV' T TV NCVMS 'M Nft OUCjWrNVtUOUJl BETTER Vl TO b.U OS T OOP. QXWCS T PR.mT ITCMV'. ' SUPPRESS &.GOOD r . Vic w ml a the farming districts and also In some of the city districts where troti- hies have beset tho manufaclurers. Koine of the Republicans seem to think that a new turllT bill will go a long toward remedying existing evils. Other Republicans nre not so sure Of this, and the Democrats say that tariff legislation will not benefit tho s tun- tlon In the smallest degree. There are ns many inlmln on the VflP.(llla tllliuuni thlngil ns there aro snblocts. There (Continued on Paga Six) Buenos Aires, Argentine, Dec 24. Moro than 2,000 farmers and their wives, sixty-fiv- e Kentucky county ng- - j Bainbridge Colby, United States agents nnd many agricult- - rotary of State, will be officially re ,,rn' workers froni various Southerly ceived by the Argentine government agricultural colleges aro expected to ns tho nation's guest. Tho foreign como to Lexington during tho latter office announced today that Argenpert of January nnd the first of Feb- tina would send a warship to Monte-vlcdUruguay, to bring Mr. Colby ruary when tho College of Agriculture nnd the entire University com- to Buenos Aires. munity will bo tho sccno of threo Washington, Dec. 25. Among the! conventions of theso people. 140 vessels under construction for the Forty shonts averaging C7 pounds navy nro four types now to tho Amcr-- 1 Negro Lynched By Mob In Arkansas. per head mado n total gain of 2,980 lean battlo fleet, but long in use by Jonefboro, Ark. Wade Thomas, nepounds of pork valued at $357.00 In tho other principal maritime powers, gro, who shot nnd killed Kluier Itag-lanThey arc tho battlo cruiser, of v n corn and soybean demona policeman, during a raid on a stration which was conducted this fall which six aro being built; the scout illco game here, was taUen from the by W. N. McCubbonl. a Tnvlor county or light cruiser, tho nlrplan,e carrier! lalj by a mob of about 400 citizens, ' und, after being paraded through the farmer. In cooperation with County and tho fleet submarine. business streets of the town, was Agent J. L. Miller. Tho total weight Marlon, O., Dec. 24. President- - hanged from n telegraph pole near tho of tho animals when they wero turned coic of his crime. Into tho four-ncr- o lot was 3,313 elect Warren G. Harding turned to former President William Hownrd"! pounds. Duke of Connaught III. Toft today for counsel on tho world London Tho Dally Express prints Moro than 2,000 Kentucky club girls pence problem and on practical de- a dispatch fmm Suoz that b.i)h the Duke of I'ouuapglit is III on hoard the who wero members of tho Girls' Gar tails of organizing tho next adminis battleship Malaya. The report eats ment Mnking Club during 1920, made; trntlon, The conferenco was arranged b- that the Duke;' temperature U 101 a total of 0.055 articles and thercby degrees. mndo nn estimated saving tif $3,591.97 j Mr. Harding and is understood jn neerted nrticles, nccording to a ro- - havo concerned particularly tho proMennonltes Are Opposed. for a now International cour Port of the. year's work, which has, J . . , Jackson, Miss- .- Protest against proi occn ". " Dy W,M laTy "e", JO.itOO Mciuionltes ncent m rln,nInl from the Extension ooon interested for mnny years. Mr. posed migration of Division, Collego of Agriculture, Unl-- ! Tnft was a supporter of the Ver from Manitoba province, Canada, to .Southern Mississippi was telegraphed vcrsltv of Kentucky. Thero wns a sallies league, but has taken tho Missistotal of 157 clubs In tho Stato during titudo that somo different agency now to the.. State Department and by sippi members In Congress the year, ranging frdm beginners to must bo organized to stabilize world Mississippi division, American Legion. the ndvBncttl work. with a total enrolment conditions. The message quoted a resolution opof 2,280 g rls, 892 of whom comple ed posing the proposed movement on the TV, 1. m.alllrtl i ll'Tll Vl la Climr, fin O f thn KlCVtltt "unliiwjvvfco. vnuiiiaii-iiu AB4lMnin.l vu.uvi ' llliru. n.ntAM . . ... neas. ujrs. n.ii . . msiuncu, iLt---t.. ground that tho Mennonltes lire were r -. iniiim desirables," "The Mennonltes lor th0 products wns ?,u40.U7, wnno ohjoctora (pa tntnl pnst nt mntprlnls iispi una i she is dcen when she Is merely before the war," the resolution said. muddy. si oil 8(1 o, ' nt The Christmas season has brought German products once more into tho American market in tho form of toys for children. Before the war broke out our nnnual bill to Germany for nrticles ws about eight nil- . e nuns ui uunurat rm- - tin ior-m- e . . xno uiu present year Is about five millio'na of dpllars. This "shows the rapidity with which Germany is recovering control of the market along a line In which Foreign Ships Hit she excelled. Strong efforts nre beWashington. Foreign ships on ing made to prevent her recovery which conditions were below those sot of the market in chemicals and dyes. by tho American merchant marine W4.uld be barred from American ports under a bill Introduced by Chairman The former king of Greece, o Wesley L. Jones, of the Sonate is back once more with his Committee. The Shipping family, by Invitation from the people Hoard would have authority to Inspect all, foreign craft entering American themselves. The representatives of waters and to require that conditions tho allied nations now In Greece are as to sanitation, living quarters, food, at a loss to know"what to do. The flnauco and tho like be up to tlie King seems to be in a conciliatory standard on American craft. frame of mind, but his relation to the Hohenzollems Is too close to make Sisters Sesk $1,000,000. his return to Greece satisfactory. New York. Suits for a total of $l,r One of the most beau'iful and favor000,000 compensation for ten yenrs' ite of tho royal estates of the recent confinement In tho State Asylum for emperor of Germany is on the Island tho Insane were Instituted by I'hebe M. Rrush and her sister, Ada D. Rrush, of Corfu, off the west cost bf Greece. against Drs William P. Gibson and Walter Lindsay, of Huntington, Long Heavy carthquako shocks have been Island, who, they charge, were responsible for thoir confinement The registered on tho instruments during action, In which each sister demands the week, nnd reports nre beginning S2."0,000 from each physician, was to como in. Tho disturbances seem brought to the West Chester County to bo widespread and include such Supreme Court. separated locations ns the Argentine Republic, Albania and China. It Is Reds Salt For England. believed that the severest shock ocNew York. Twenty-fou- r confessed curred in tho interior of China or In Russian Communists, with tho de- Mongolia. The Instrument nt Toklo, meanor of pleasure tourists, were deportation passengers on tlie stoam&hlp Japan, registered tho heaviest shock-sincit was installed, and it seemed Impcrator, sailing for Kuslnnd, where they will bo reshlpped on tho second to indicate China as tho field of disleg of their long Journey to Russln. turbance. The deportees, who were rdundod up nnd who hnd been at liberty on ball, The American fleet in tho Adriatic allowed by Louis F. Post, Assistant Sea has been playing a new role for Secretary of Labor, surrendered. such on Instrument oMvnr. During Hoover Pleads For Aid. tho holiday season it was a center for Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia was tho distribution of Christmas gifts to asked by Herlert Hoover tss ''adopt" tho refugee children who had been 100,000 European children until tho sent out of the countries of Eastern nest hnrvest, "so America mny complete Its relief work abroad." Of the Europe to escape starvation. If this original responsibility only 3,500,000 were the usual mission of a fleet, children renmln to bo cared for until there would be no opposition to an tho September harvest. A $10 con-- 1 Increase In Its size, trihutlon Is asked for each. Con-stantiCom-merc- feature of whMi Is lack of purchasing power In Europe. The progress of the downward price movement to date can be Judged by coifiparlson with tho highest price reached during the period of abnormal activity following tho armistice. Conditions have changed so greatly slnco 1014 thnt n uniform return to the prewar price lovel does not seem probable. At the same time, comparison of present prices with thnt level Is of value, as a measure ot tho declines .wldch liave tnken place. poses of comparison the 'price Is nlso shown for January 15, 1014. The highest price Is for tlie 15th of any month plnco nrinlstlco 'or since removal of government control. "l,"lS,?JV.:!Ln nitilUliUII, iv v iituu WUllJIMUJlk land passed the bill which provides for the expenses of a Dutch representative at the Vatican In Rome. The opposition come from the Radical and Socialist parties, who resent the strengthening of the clerical party. 'ng been a Protestant' country, and this new approach to the Pope Is something of a surprize. It Is In keeping, however, with a Catholic movement which seems to betaking place In the European countries. After n prolonged nnd rather ter discussion, the Parliament of bitHol- , G0-la- Tho Homo Rule Bill for Ireland has passed tho House of Lords. Somo changes wero made, tho most Important ono being tho provision for an Upper Houso or Senate. In n recent utterance. Sir Horaco Plunkett, tho noted Irish lender, says that it will h satisfy only of tho peoplo of Ireland nnd will not settle the unrest or bring ponce. England, however, seems determined to carry out her plan ns it wos started, even though it has been criticized by somo of her own statesmen. ono-fift- BRAVE BUT MODEST SCOUT. - ' lsn' Pal ;i,iu 4 A tt . i r - Stur Scout Harold Struhmeyer ot Troop No. :t, Kansas City, bus been cited for bravery by the city council for his courageous tight with four ban. dlts who recently attempted to hold up the bunk where Struhmeyer works. Ills deed received considerable publicity ut the time of the atteiupted robbery, but tho fact that he was a boy scout did not come out until later, when, through efforts of members of the local scout council, the city council passed a resolution commending him for his bruvery und authorizing tho mayor to present him with u gold medal. Pag Two THE CITIZEN December 3d, 192) many children were made glad be- very low for some time, passed away cause of the nice presents they re- Saturday night, December 25. Ho ceived. There were two weddings "In was buried Sunday, He leaves a this neighborhood last Friday evening, wife and four children. Dwlght John L. Helton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Moody, who has been in Detroit, it made of best wheat and by "s Ellsha Helton, and Miss Nancy Ba- Mich., came home to spend the Christmost improved method ker, daughte of Mr. and Mrs. Thos. mas holidays with his parents. Miss HonMirtpanienc pabtUhnl anlet lirna) In fall by Ik writr. Th by the name Ann Lane Is home from Battle Creek Baker; and an for pobl!tttofi, bat u n rld n of rami fllh. Writ pUlnlr, k of Coldwcll and Miss Ada Hoskins, for , the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hos- George Cole and two children of Johnctta were visiting relatives last kins. Albert' Wilson of Cary, Ky., Is Bloomington, I11 are visiting at the JACKSON COUNTY week. Tho Davis Branch school visiting his uncle and hunt, Mr. and home of Mrs. Cole's sister, Mrs. Mary For Sale By All Grocer Kerby Knob closed December 18 with good suc- Mrs. J. C. Wilson. Miss Mac Van Hill. Miss Ayleen Malnous, who has Kerby Knob, Dec. 27. Wc were R. L. POTTS & SON Whites SUIieKy. Pbeae 156-- 3 Hook, who has a lucrative position at been In Battle 'Creek, Mich., for the sorry to hear f the death of cess for this year. Middlctown, O., is at home thru the past three months, returned home last Hack Wilson of Big Hill. Farrio Rockford Christmas holidays with her parents, Tuesday. Hays spent Christmas Day at the Dec. 26. The Walnut Mr. and Mrs. Vanllook. The people Rockford, home of Mr. and Mrs. J. R Click. Bertha Powell visited Farrie Hays Grove school closed Friday with some here are working hard to get their toBig Mill J THE AMERICAN RED Saturday night and attended the ex- of the best speeches by little folks. bacco to market, which will open up Big Hill, Dec 27. Mrs. Whltt IN 9 mm T hibition at Cave Sprint;. A baby boy Several visitors were present, and jnt Lancaster January 4. Sam Bal- Green, was taken to the Robinson arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. everybody was well pleased with the lard has moved to Ezekiel Irvin's Hospital for treatment, and an ops Aiding Poland Elmer Click on December 22, success the little folks had during the place. Peter Elam has moved to Mrs. eration was performed. She is Imnamed Boyd Elmer. Radie Johnson term. We would gladly welcome Lundic Ballard's place. Walter Haw- - proving nicely. Mrs. Kate Green Is and Sallie Powell, who have been In Mrs. Strunk back next year. Noah ley has moved to the widow Magin-nl- s' on the sick list. Arnold Maupln has place. Rev. ' C H. Peck has been very sick with typhoid fever school at McKec. are spending Christ Gabbard and Nannie Swlnford of mas with home folks. Christmas has Disputanta were quietly married on moved to Ed Hoskins' place. Trade for some time, but is improving slowpassed off nice and quiet at this place. Wednesday, the 22nd. Several of is dull here now because the price of ly. The whole country has been Our school closed December 24, and our tobacco raisers have gone to everything Is so low. Rev. W. M. C. shocked with the sad death of J. II on Christmas morning Miss Boggs market with their tobacco. Several Hutchlns was called to Pincvillo last Wilson and Joe Powell. Both leave and Aaron Powell left for her home more arc planning on going next week on business. families and hosts of friends to mourn at Green Mount, where they are ex- week. There Is quite a decline In the their loss. Ben Boen has sold his pecting to be married. A family egg market here, from 72 to CO ccnti White Lick farm and store and is moving to Be Christmas tree was given at the home per dozen. Samuel Crouchcr Is going White Lick, Dec. 27 Mr. and MrJt rca. He has purchased a house and of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Click. Six to sell his farm here and move to George Matlock of Rockcastle county lot in BcTra on Center street. M. I children and thirteen grandchildren Hamilton. Wilburn Denie and Hazel visited Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Matlock Carrier has moved to Borea, M. D. were present, besides other friends Gatliff visited at J. W. Todd's Satur Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Settle has been very sick for some and relatives. All spent a pleanmt day night and Sunday. J. J. Bullen, Crit Robinson visited Mr. and Mrs. time, but is improving. J. W. Hudday. The children who were not per- who has been sick so long, is some G. B. Robinson Christmas Day. Miss son, a merchant near Big, Hill, Is gomitted to attend were. Miss Myrtle better. Rollie McCullom has gone to Elizabeth Creech is visiting her sister. ing to move this week. Sutton Mil Click of Paris, Mrs. Ford Blxler of the mines for work. Wood hauling Mrs. Andy Matlock, and family af ton from Mallory Springs Is going to Harrodsburjr, and Mrs. Zack Thomas seems to be tho go, as contracts end Nina. Miss Yirgic Matlock, who has occupy the house vacated by J. W. January 1. 1921. Start in the new been visiting her grandparents. Mr. Hudson. Billy Hunter has moved to of Dayton. O. The grandchildren were. Eleanor Bixles, Gladys and year by subscribing for The Citizen. and Mrs. J. B. Creech, has gone home. his home which he bought from Mr, Boyd Click, Luther Powell is seri No paper like It. Mr. and Mrs. Wil Andy Matlock and Jesse Prather Hignitc. known as the Lakes farm. lard Todd visited his parents, Satur were visitors at J. B. Creech's" last I ously ill. Hut for the work of American lted Ctom agent In all reclons of l'olna A. Hunter is selling goods at T. J day and Sunday. Tommy Thomas Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. tlip laI twelte months humlntji of tliuumil of people In that trade old stand. Miss Lucy during McKcchan's and ip today would be the nod, victims of hunter was at Rockford Sunday. Born to Creech visited Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hayes, teacher at Mallory Springs sure The Job In Polandunderone of tremendous proportions and cannot tw Bond I Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Bullen twin girls. Creech and family last Friday night school, planned a nice Christmas tree A Ued Cro i Btnd, Dec. 27. Mr. and Mrs. Jake December 26. All are doing well. h and Saturday. Calloway Hounshelf and entertainment for her school, nt'iimloned for many mouth a to come Herewhere typical crnr' uodtrnourUbtd hundreds of soup kitchen worker "at the throttle" of Frank will leave here this morning is ill with tonsilitis. Thurston Christmas, which all enjoyed.. She women and children are fcrf for their home In Cincinnati, O., af-- j who has been ill with tonsili- lacks a few days having her school' Threelinks ter visiting friends the past three Threelinks, Dec. 26. W. C. Jack- - tis, Is better. Mr. and Mrs. Sherman out and will finish after Christmas. Ledford entertained the following to Sexton Creek was hero on business, weeks. Misses Mattie and Emma sen and Robert Martin were at Pine Robinson have a new baby girl, dinner at their beautiful recently. The saw mill recently a mid-da- y who have been attending Sexton, Grove Christmas Eve, where a big christened Hala Marie. Mrs. A. B. homo on Walnut Meadow pike, Sun- bought by R. Morris is in operation school at Maryville, Tenn., are spendBark Road took place at the school Wynn was called to Harlan countv ing Christmas with home folks. Mrs. entertainment Bark Road. Dec. 25. Miss Mearl day: Misses Ana McWhortcr, Fannie at present, ready to accommodate house. The school at Threelinks last week by the illness of her mother, Wilson closed her school at Bark Dowden, Fay Ward, Elizabeth Conn, his neighbors. Arch Chestnut of Tillie York, Mrs. J. M. Sexton, George closed Saturday. J. L. Jones, the Mrs. Howard. Road last Friday with a small treat Elsie Roop, and Messrs. Willie Rog- Chestnutburg has sold his farm and Davis, and J. M. Sexton went to Mcteacher, has taught a successful Kee last Tuesday and instituted an for the children Mr. and Mrs. T. H. ers. Earl McWhorter,. Frank Ledford, will probably locate in Ohio or Indischool. We hope in a short time we Davis are visiting relatives in Jack- Richard Davis, Jewell Wallace and ana. W, H. Brewer of Sturgeon has O. E. S. Chapter. School closed at MADISON COUNTY nine months of school in gone to Red Bird to engage with Lee Miss Ethel Pigeon Roost Friday morning with can have son during the holidays. School A. B. Estridge Harts Settlement stead of six in our free schools. teacher at Lancaster, nnd Miss Congleton in the stave business an entertainment and Christmas tree. Harts .Settlement, Dec. 27. Our closed at Dreyfus last Friday with a Mr. and Mrs. Homer Cox and CleveWilliam Roberts is now occupying the Raymond Emma Estridge, who teaches at The house was crowded to the limit. Christmas tree and exercises were largo Christmas tree. land Cox of Detroit, Mich., are visitwere with their mother, property vacated by GId Blake and The program was excellent and the ing just fine. Mr. Strong, our teacher, Lutn, who has been going to school at home folks during Christmas. Bcrea, will enter school at Richmond Mrs. A. B. Estridge, thru Christmas. Mr. Blako has moved to the farm vagave a good talk on Christ's birth. decorations were fine. Many presents Dooley was visiting friends at Prof. Ray H. Gilbert spent the cated by Samuel King. Thru tho and John were distributed to the children Lake is having a new dwelling this winter. Emma Lain Is spending Climax thru Christmas. Geo. Brock Oscar also to the older folks by the school,' built on his father, C. J. Lake's farm. the Christmas holidays with home holidays ln Lexington. Mrs. Sara columns of The Citizen I extend to man of Sand Gap attended the I.O.O. and also by Miss DeVleig, our SundayMr. Parson has moved Into the folks. Barbara Pittman gave the Ruckcr and daughter. Miss Chastine, cousin Belle Welch and family my Lodge at Threelinks Christmas have taken rooms with Mr. and Mrs. kindest regards and trust that New -school superintendent. The teach- -' F. house vacated by Chas. Riddle. He young folks a party Friday night. night. Robert Isaacs and family have er, Coleman Reynolds, gave a good moved to the property vacated by has come here for the purpose of ed- Leonard Stegar of Paris drove to G. M. Treadway. OIlio Bolan and Year and Christmas may find them ln talk to the school, and if they will Jim Gipson and Mr. Gipson has move! ucating his children. J. F. Browning Dreyfus last week in his Ford lo family have moved Into the house va- the best of health. cated by Mrs. Ruckcr. Mr. Boian follow his advice they will make use- -' Pucket. his a nice tj the J. W. Johnson property north gave Saturday entertainment aatnum- visit his friend, Meredeth delightful will have charge of the mill. T. J. Because it Discourages the Karly Margaret Puckctt gavo a ful citizens. Mr. Reynolds will be night. Quite home reof this place. Floyd Peters has Worm greatly missed in our community, I party Saturday night, December 18 Todd has moved to his farm on turned home from Glomawr, Ky., ber of young folks were present. "Do you think early rising is good pike and E. E. Estridge has especially at the club meetings. Sun Games were played and there was There were about forty boys and girls where he has been doing mining work. viopresent. Kate Gum spent Christmas gone to the farm near Manse, pur- for your health?" asked the languid also closed the 26th until Glomawr is a thriving little minintf lots of ntre music, graphophone, city visitor. Doughnuts and night with Anna Lain. James Pitt-ma- n chased by Mr. Todd. lin, and) mandolin. April 1. Mr. and Mrs. James Size-me- town in Perry county. Andy Cox has "I don't know about my health," of Hazelpatch are visiting rela- about completed his new dwelling lemonad from Ravenna was home for the were served. Everybody replied Ezra Cobbles, "but next to tives at this place. Mr. and Mrs. went away happy and jolly. Mrs. holidays. J. O. Jones was run over OWSLEY COUNTY south of Threelinks, and will move sun, rain, nnd fertilizer, it's the best Robert Settle of Harlan county and soon. Lloyd Phillips and Mose Phil- Hester Eancn has a baby girl, bom last Fridav by n cow. which broke Island City thing there is for crops." BirmingBruce Settle of Bristow, Okla., are lips went hunting Christmas Day and December 18, named Ethel May O. bis leg. He is is improving. Island City, .Dec. 24. Leandcr ham ' spending Christmas with their parM Payne of Disputanta spent Friday Browning and Miss Nanie LunsfopI sacked fifteen rabbits, one grey for, ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Settle. GARRARD COUNTY of Chestnutburg were quietly married and a ground hog. Lewis Abrams night with his brother, T. J. Lake. SIh Iloom woof! Paint Lick at Island City, December 21, the Rev. had a baby to get very badly burned R. E. Gadd visited home folks Satur y Farmer: "College education suro Bur-leROCKCASTLE COUNTY night In Rockcastle. Mrs. Paint Lick, Dec. 27. Misses Sadie A. t D. Bowman officiating. Mrs. does pay. Take my boy just home. last week. Quite a lot of the farmers day Disputanta Lainhardt, who has been sick, is Ralston and Fay Ward were home Laura Chestnut and daughters, Mario are not done gathering corn, and com Went right Into tho field where that Disputanta, Dec. 27. Christmas Is ready money from Georgetown College for the and Thursa, and little son, Archa, are savago bull of mlno is kept. at $1.00 per bushel. improving. The passed off very quietly. P. W. holidays; also Messrs. Logan West spending a few days at Island City bull started for him. Millard Anglin's folks are all down The boy stood Shearer was visiting his son, Sam with mumps and mqgr every family Kingston and Coleman Arnold of Lexington jvith her parents. W. J. Gentry of pat and gave his college yell." Shearer, during Christmas. Miss has one or more cdses chicken pox. Kingston, Dec. 27. Christmas and Floyd West of Berea College. Chestnutburg has gone to Fincastlc Friend: "'Well, what did the bull Ida Chasteen and William Seale were passed off very quietly. The school John White of Michigan is visiting and will probably establish himself do?" quietly married December 22. Howhad a very interesting program and his sister, Mrs. R. G. Woods. Ste- as a. veterinarian at that place and Farmer: "He joined In with him. ard Payne, who has been working at GARRARD COUNTY Christmas tree. There is a good deal phen Todd, who has been In New is contemplating moving his family Now they're regular pals." Country Flanlgan for soma time, spent ChristHarmony Mrs. Mexico for several months, surprised there later. The oil men are making Gentleman. of sickness in the neighborhood. mas with home fclks. W. W. Awr.1.1 Harmony, Dec. 27. There was a Lee Peters was suddenly taken ill his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. A. progress "at present. Miss Grova was in Dliputsntn Christmas Day. Christmas tree at Harmony school-hous- e Friday. Died Monday night follow- Todd, by coming home last Saturday. Bowman has gone to Chestnutburg to It Isn't necessarily tho right road, Sherman Richmond and family of last Friday and the hearts of ing. Jasper Powell, who has been The Misses Marie, Beulah and Iva spend Christmas. R. II. Bowman of because it is well beaten. East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else Potts' GOLD DUST Hour BEST BY TEST CROSS IT'S ill PFACF m mw ME m illee Rob-inso- dll. , Est-ridg- e, Mon-tlccll- o, J Wal-taceto- day-scho- re -- Age-Heral- COLLEGIATE The crown Institution; which p vides standard courses in all advanced subjects. Courses lead- Ing to Classical, Scientific, Philosophical and Literary Degrees. NORMAL ohhole graduates yjPKaBBBB3KjBi'Tt ',' '' trains both rural and city with special attention given to rural teaching. The school which iven Six-ye- ar stand- certlfi- - course the common is the straight our The course two years Is designed those who do to nor go It education for those who go further for Preparatory VOCATIONAL Professional courses combined with literary sub- jects. For young men: Agriculture, Carpentry, Bricklaying, Printing, Blacksmlthing, Painting and Commerce. For women: Home Science, Sewing, Nursing, Bookkeeping and Stenog- raphy. branches age, who MUSIC HPHHHIHHV BMBWMSECMfrifcBMtPBPy tJKlmftKKlKlBiSffSKMJBr ttktB'SSmKOKlKMUtBtBtr SSSSKUtKEfmBKr BJHUB BS0I9EV LmmmmmmmmmmmTmKKt !. chestra. very low education in tho common for students of good mental ability, above 15 years of havo been deprived of the advantages of early education. Cabinet Organ, Piano, Singing, Theory, Band nnd Or- A fine opportunity to become a good musician at a cost. COST OF LIVING. By good US TtjMHflH Ladles UA EH HH 4mSrjBSmSB& 0 jfH HlHiHBBifciMflHlk, '- v .'.mm:2?- ' College, or any of the Allied Departments, for $ 1B0 a year WITHM THE REACH OF THE POOR Any amb'tlus by or girl In the mountains can go through 'tUdcnt ab?V Berei A 2 amUnt " hut no PAYMENT H KjH '&br amI mny ,n cgsh or Incidental feo for the term Room upkeep for tho term Hoard, 0 weeks Amount due first term term Hoard, 6 weeks, due middle Men $ $ $30.00 $1G.E0 gaggtMtMMHj mmmi ' mlmLmmmm Hall and Main Dining Room IIHi $29.10 $15.00 For Vocational and Foundation students, subtract $1.00 from ths above Incidental fee. For Collego students, add $1.00. Every student must send $4.00 deposit In advance, otherwise, room will b f"crvcJ; Commerce. Stenography, Typewriting and Icnmanship are from COc. to $t.00 n week extra. Music Is also from COc. to $1.00 & week extra. business management b.atl!, J nnTS, LS, Lm JnrLZt Ml 1,0 nd, v10 C0"Slanl c,ou" w,lh th.l f"; rom, andibard tor about nnd studied economy, the College is able to reduce tho cost ol living In Borca to tho llguro Tho C03t of a" "ommod.ties Is a trying one, but thus far the College haiVon. Tuillon is W anTt and' many other valuable and necessary additions lo tho student's $125 tt year school life, suen as TymnaSium athletic. t lZ Write for a Catalpgue and book ol Chiyl Regulations, to th College Secretary, MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Kentucky. December 30, 1920 niiy "harm. "Where do yon think of goInT ho demanded, n sudden suspicion arising In hi mind. "Coin' to visit sJIm and tlonlnh?" "I think you might nt least be fair to Ilculah," the retorted. "If you find TUB CITIZEN bitterly. the same. no new ouo In my own mime but I'll tnke It Just Ftgt Three Harding Mnrch'when President-elec- t BILL' FIGHT THE FOUR-FOLtakes hold of office. to De Named, Assistant Secretaries When the new cabinet officers are Rotary Club of North Carolina Amortf Others Expressing Disapproval appointed there will bo nnmcd new asof the Measure. sistant secrtitnrles for all the departments, nlthottgh tbero nre three or four Members of the Hotnry club of Wilassistant secrelnrlcs who hnvc been so mington, North Cnrollnn, who recently long In tho service thnt their experience nnd knowledge nre necessary to wired senators nnd congressmen urgnny ndmlnlstrntloti, nnd they probably ing rejection nf the American Leglnn'a fonr-foloptlonnl compensation bill will be given a longer lense of life. Thcposltlons of nsslstnnt secretaries saying they did not believe of state, wnr, nnvy, trenstiry, nnd of men wnnted a "free will offering frooi the government," nro dennunced In nil the other cnlilnet offices nre of exresolution ndnpted nt n mnss mcdlna ceeding Importance, nnd yet tho Unitof approximately r00 men ed Stntes government pays these assistants sntnrles only equal to those of their own community. The resolution recites Hint the Wilwhich nre given to chief bookkeepers mington (tost of the American Legtoi. In comparatively smnll commerclnl hnd nlrendy gone on record In fnroi concerns. Nevertheless there Is n for these place's becuuse of the of tho bill nnd Hint therefore Ibe1 Itotory club members could not have prestige which they carry. felt they were expressing the renl An nsslstnnt secretary In the Wnr men. department, or In nny other depart- sentiment nf "We believe." the resolution rends ment, occasionally hns tho opportunity to net ns chief of his department In In purl, "that snld Hotnry club memthe nbsence of the cabinet ofllclnl. bers have used this phrase ns n clonk to cover the'r true relWh desires, be- Of course nn assistant secretary never undertakes to net on nny grent t, mutter of stnte when' his chief Is but It Is something for n secretory to say In nfter yenrs Hint for three weeks ho wns noting secretary of wnr, or acting secretary nf the trens-nry- , or noting secretary of something D Th,CwlinchcrrEtc Illurtraiion Copyright All Rights Reserved Author of Irwin Hyeri "My Rear brother! trnln ns TdM". TTe couhT hnrdly be"lien I nm, In the shadow of the lieve his eyes when lie snw me there. Rockies. Thnt tnny Hound moIciiI, I told lil I wns going west on n lu( It's n literal fact. It Is mill early vllt. but in don't know how much lip I In the evening, hot the sun hni" dlsitp guessed. Snld he wns going well himpen red lielilnd the great mosse to the self to tnke up Innd, but ho wnnted to west, nnd Hie volley which my wincull on some friends first, nnd he got dow overlooks It filling tip with black-he- . off n few stntlons from IMnlnvlllc The Arthurs nre pure gold, nnd you nnd me. I believe be I hnvc told them everything. They changed hi plnn so thnt the Incident don't hlnme nnyonc. not even fnther. our being on the train together, you (low Ih he) Sin vIiir on usual, I Mlt-know could not be misunderstood If OSO. the neighbors got to know of It, It "Well. I must tell you about my would he Just like Jim to ! thnt." trip. When I left the tyiose that nljjlit .With Heulnh's letter wns n short but I hnd no lilen where I whs going, lint Arthurs, asthe simplest thins ceeined to lie to go enrnes) note from Milan suring the mother of ' er daughter's flrM to Plnlnvllle. welfare, nnd pressing nn Invltntlon to "You've no Iden how hrnvy thnt spend the nutuinn In the glorious suitcase not. hut I took my time, ns scenery nnd wenther of the foothill (lure won nothing to gnln by renchlng country. Mnry Harris rend both lettown before daylight When I (tot ters over ngaln, with frequent g there It Mruck me It might be n Rood of her glnsses. Love for her plnn to have tome breakfast, so I daughter, desire lo jee her old friend walked round to Oonde's hnnrdlnc-houso- . once more, nnd growing dsntlsfne-tlonvltwent over After breakfast conditions nt home, nit to the Motion, nnd naked whnt the til give weight to the Invltntlon fnre won to Arthur- Million; I found so enrnoMly extended. "If I only I Inn! enough money for the trip, nnd could I Hut It would cost so much." I bought n tlrket without further ndn. The dinner wns Into thai day, nnd "The hnmeMcnd ruidi In on here In than earnest ; the trains nre crowded. most-l- y Harris wns In worse humyr plow-benHe had Just broken n with Americans: nnd the hotels nre usual. y which meant nn nftornoon's simply spilling over. ami some dollars of expense. "I wnnted to nslj Rome one nbout When he hnd started his meal bis Arthurs, nnd I didn't like to Inquire envelope before him. wife laid In the hotel. There was n lot of "A letter the full from Hculnb," sho snld. drinking going on there. But nenr Without a word he rose from the the door were two young men talking, nnd I nverhenrd one of them mention table, look the letter In bis hand, nnd rnnge. A Arthurs' nnme. Pulling mvself to. thrust It Into the kitchen cut round the encetier, I nsked him If bo could tell me blue tlnme slowly began to curl like velope j the pages where Arthurs lived. dry lenves In autumn, and presently "'Yes. miss,' he nnswered. lifting a the withered ghost of the mlsslvo htg tint nnd showing when he spoke n shrank nwny In the dull glnrc of the clean set of teeth. 'It's twenty-livcoal fire behind. you expectmiles np the river. Were ing him to meet youT At Insf the plowing wns finished, "I explained thnt I hnd Intended to drop In on them by surprise, but t hnd nnd. although the rich smell of whent In the milk filled the nlr. It still would had no Iden they lived so fur from be almost n month before the ripentown. ing crops were ready for the binder. "'Oh. that's not far, he said. 'Can Harris felt thnt be could now nllow yon ride?" himself n breathing spell, and thnt "Everybody here rides horseback. the opportunity to Investigate the rich It's the standard means of locomotion. lands of tho Fnrther West wns nt (11. And the women ride nstrlde. I wns n i - lt. ...!.((.. tf iiuiid. .iimi u .infill mnie .miry iuiik- -' ... . bit shocked nt first, but you soon get t i uvt-iu miles Is ni ine nww,iiu uiiu wuiki'u used to It. Hut twenty-fivItlles', and the two hnd discussed their different from n romp round the pas. forthcoming Tonttire until they had turc-flelso I snld I was nfnild nnt. grown nlmost enthuslnstlc over It. A "'Arthurs Is coming down with the qnnrter of n century hnvlng elapsed huckbonrd,' remnrked the other man. since his former homestendlng, Har M passed him on the trail ns I came ris wns now eligible ngnln to file on' In.' free government Innd; Allnn could do "Sure enough, n llttlo Inter Arthur the snme, nnd, by nlso tnklng advanhimself drew up nt the hotel. I tage pf the purchnsc of script. It wns wouldn't hnve known lilm, hut one of possible to still further Increase their the young men pointed him out, nnd holdings. It would hnve done you good to see Hnrrls found the task of disclosing how he received" me. 'And you nre his Intentions to his wlfo more unand Mary's daughter.' be snld. pleasant than he would have supJack taking both my hnnds In his nnd posed, and It took him some dnys to holding me nt arm's length for n mo- make up his mind to broach the subment. Then, before I knew It, he had ject. He felt thnt he wns doing whnt drawn me up nnd kissed me. Hut I wns for the best, and thnt his busididn't care. All of n sudden It ness Judgment In the mntter could seemed tf me thnt I hnd found n real hnrdly he challenged i nnd yet he hnd father. It seems linrd to say It, but nn uncomfortable feeling thnt his wife thnt Is how I felt. would not fall In with his plans. Thnt, "Well, he Just couldn't keep away of course, would not be nllowed to He showered from me nil evening. his plans; since Heulnh's deparme with questions about you nnd fn- ture nothing hut the mot fnrmnl conther. which I nnswered nn well ns I versation hnd tnken plncc In their could, but I soon found I couldn't household; yet It would certainly be keep my secret, no I Just up nnd told easier for film If Mnry should give her Id in nil. He wns very grave. U'ii not encouragement to his undertaking. He cross. 'You need lime to think thing, felt thnt he wns entitled to this, for over, nnd to get a right perspective,' wns It nnt for. her thnt he wns making be nld. 'nnd our home will be yourf the sncrlflce? Wns not nil he hnd until you do.' hers? And were not nil his labors di"We diove home the ne.xt dny, up a rected townrd Increnslng her reserve wonderful river vnlley. deep Into the against the rainy dnyT An1 yet Inheart of the foothills, with the blue stinctively he felt thnt she would opmountains nlwnys beckoning nnd re- pose him. ceding before us. Mrs. Arthur rrns It wns the evening of n long day In surprised nnd delighted ns he bod July when, very much to Mnry's surn been, nnd I won't try to tell you nil prise, her husband took tho hnndle of the things she said to me. She cried the crenm separator from her. To cumo n little, too, and I'm nfrnld womnn It seemed thnt the nenr helping her n hit. You know the the brooch wns nt length beginning to lost their little girl befor. henl, nnd thnt hupplness would shortArthurs they left Mniiltoha. nnd they hnve bid ly return to their henrthlde. Ilelnw no other children. They ir.:!i noeiie. the din of the sepnrnior sho nctunlly Just hungry. found herself humming nn old IdVe- "There's nothing so very One nlxmt song of the 'eighties. their home, except the spirit thut Hut her happiness was of short I can't desrrlbo It, hut lt'i duration. It. When the milk hnd been there n eertuln leisurely wrt of run through, nnd the noise of Him things, n henso tlnit they hav whirling howl no longer prevented made work their sorvant Instead of conversation. Hnrrls Immediately got' their muster. And still they're down to business. not lazy, nnd they've accom"Allan nnd mo will be lenvjn' for plished moro titan we hnve. When the West In a dny or two," ho snld. "1 they left Manitoba In thu early dnys, suppose you on get nlong nil right discouraged with successive frosts, for n few weeks until harvest. Hill they enmo rlghj out here Into thu foot(the hired mnn) will be here." hills with their few bend of stock. In nn Instant Mie snw tho motive Now their cnttlo nre numbered In behind Ids apparent kindness, nnd the thousands, unci they huvo about u hopes slit) hnd Just entertained only township of land. And still they seem deepened the Hood of resentment to llvu for the pure happiness they which swept over them. Hut sho nnof their swered quietly nnd without apparent find In life, nnd only to think property as n secondary considera- emotion: "Thnt's unfortunate, ns I tion. was planning fur n llttlo trip myself." ".Now I really must close. Mrs. Ar"You I" he exclaimed. "You phuinln' thurs sends u note, nnd I'm quite sure a trlii) Where In the world do you Oh, mother, what wunt lo go?" Such u ttilut; as Mnry nn Invltntlon. It's could be lovelier! Now, don't say you going on n unactrip, nnd, can't. Father mis plenty of money; companied by himself,above all. wus unheard let lilm hire u housekeeper for a of and unthinkable. while. The change will do him good ' "Yes, I thought I would tuko a lit"Love to you, denrest, nnd to Allan. tle trip," she continued. "I've been he still thinks of mo. If working hero pretty hnrd for some"RKULAIl. thing cner twenty-fiv- e years, nnd you "P. S. 1 forgot to mention thnt Jim may sny I've never been off tho place. sumo Travcrs lefL Plalnvlllu on the. A bit of a holiday shouldn't do me rult-hlnh 1 com-Jiltie- d de-lae 1 1 . r e nf-fe1 In-tcor-tuln- "Youl" He Exclaimed. a TrlpI" "You Plannln' better." rend her letter, Instead of putting It In the stove, you would hnve known "I nln't Interested In nnythln' Hculnb tnny hnve to sny, nnd nny other letters that fnll Into my bunds' 'will go In the same direction. And what's more, she's not goln' to hnve a visit front any member of this fnnrtly nt the present time. I'm goln' out west to tnke up Innd, and Allan's going with me. It nln't fnlr or reasonable for you to try to upset our plans by n notion of this kind." "It Isn't a notion, John, It's a resolve. If you nre hound to tnke up more land, with moie work and more worry, why go ahead, but remember It's your own undertaking. I helped to make one home In the wilderness, nnd one home's enough for me." "Don't be unreasonable." ho nnswered. There's n grent opportunity right now to get Innd for nothln' Hint In n few years will be worth ns much or more than this here. I'm rendy to go through the hardship and the work for the sake of what It will do for us. We can be Independently rich In five yenrs. If we Just stnnd together." "Independent of whnt?" she nsked. "Why, Independent of of everything. Nothln" more to worry about nnd plenty laid up for old age. Ain't that worth n sncrlflce?" "John." she said, turning nnd rnlslrg her eyes to his fuce. "Answer me a straight question. Whnt was the happiest time In your life? Wnsn't It when we lived In the sod shnnty, with scarcely n cent to bless ourselves? We worked hnrd then, too, hut we had time for long walks together across the prairies time to sit In the dusk by the wnter nnd plnn our lives together. We have done well ; we have land, horses, machinery, money, nut hnve we the happiness we knew when we hnd none of these? On the contrary, nre you not worried morning, noon nnd night over your work nnd your property? Don't you complain nbout the kind nf help the farmers have to hire nnwndays, and the wages they hnve to pny? And If you get more Innd won't nil your troubles be Incrensed In proportion? John, sit down nnd think IhN thing over. We don't need more property; what we need Is n chnnce to enjoy the property we nlrendy hnve. We have nil the chnnce to chooe now tietween life nnd Innd; won't you think It all over ognln nnd let us seek Hint which Is really worth while?" "Now I know where Heulnh got her nonsense." he retorted. "All this tnlk nbout renl life Is very fine, but you don't get much life, renl or any other kind, unless you hnve the ensh to pay down for It. We've done pretty well' here, ns you sny, but It's only n begin-nl- n to whnt we enn do. If we set nbout It. nnd don't wnlt until the cheap land Is nil gone. I don't see why you should go back on me nt this time o' life, Mnry. We've stood together for a long while, nnd I klndn figured I could Vount on 'yon." "So you cnn. John; so you enn to the very Inst, for anything thnt Is for your own good, hut when you set yojr henrt on something thnt mentis moro trouble nnd hnrdshtp nnd won't add onlntn to your happiness, I think It cnn Is my duty to persuade you If We've been drifting npnrt lately; wh nnt let us both go bark to the beginning nnd start over ngnln. nml by kindness, and fairness, and liberality, nnd and sympnthy, try to recover something of whnt we have lot?" "I hnve nlwnys thought I hnd been liberal enough." he Mild. "Didn't I hnlld you n good house nnd buy furniture for It. nnd do I stint you In whni you spend, either, nn the tnhU or your self? Moro than Hint, didn't I put tbo title to the homestead in your mime? And nln't I rendy to do the winie with the new homestead. If that's the sticker?" "I never thought of such n thing." "And you shouldn't she protested. clnlm too much credit for putting tne homestead quarter In my name. You know when you bought Ibe tlrst laud you were none too sure how ou thlngs would come out, and thought It might be a wise precaution to have the old farm ttund In your wife's name." ."That's ull tho thanks I get." he said d 1 mil-roa- If you don't want to share In It you won't hnve to. Hut for the present It's your duty to stay here nnd run things till we get buck." "What nre ynu going to do nfter you get your new farm? You enn't work two farms n thousand miles apart, can you?" "Oh. I guess thnt won't worry us long. The Ainerlcnns arc comln' In now with lots o' good money. I wns llgurln' up Hint this place, ns a goln' concern, ought to bring nbout fort) tbousnnd dollnrs, and I'll bet I could sell It Inside of a week." "Sell It?" she exclnlmed. "You don't menu thnt ynu Intend to sell this fnrm?" "Why not? If somebody else wnnts It worse'ti we do. nnd bus the money to pny for It why shouldn't I sell It?" The tenrs stood In her eyes ns she nnswered: "In nil Hiese years while we hnve lieen hulldlng up this home I never once thought of It nstsotne-thluto sll. It wns too nenr for thnt n part of ourselves, of our very life. It seemed more like like one of the liililren. than n mere possession. And qow you would sell It, Just ns you might sell n Innd of whent or n fat N this place this home where Ooer we have grown old nnd gray nothing to )ou? Have you no sentiment Hint win save it from the highest bidder?" "Sentiment Is n poor nffulr In business." he nnswered. "Property wns made t' sell ; money wns mndu t' buy it with. The successful man Is Hie one who bus his price for everytbln', and knows bow t' get It. As for grow-Iold nml gray nn this fnrm. wliy. Hint's n grudge I hnve ngnlnst It, though I don't think I'm very gray nnd I don't feel very old. And If I get my price, why shouldn't I sell?" "Very welT," she nnswered. "I've nothing more to 'say. Sell It If you must, but remember one thing I won't be here to see It puss Into the hands of strangers." She straightened herself up. and there was a fire Ip her eye that reminded lilm of the day when she had elected to share with him the hnrdshlps of the wilderness, nnd In spite of himself some of his old pride In her returned. "I lenve tomorrow for n visit, nml I may be gone some time. You reminded me of your liberality n few minutes ago; prove It now by writing me n check for my expenses. Itemember, I will expect to travel like the wife of a prosperous fanner, u man whose holdings nre worth forty thousand dollars-cash."So that's your decision. Is It? You set' me nt defiance; you try t' wreck my plans by your own stubbornness. You brenk, up my family piece by piece, until nil I hnve left Is Allan. Thank Ood. the boy, nt least, Is sound. Well, you shall have your check, and I'll mnke it a big one that It may carry you fnrther." Even In the teeth of his bitterness the mention of Allan's name strained the mother's heart beyond her power of resistance", and sho turned with outstretched arms towards her husband. For a moment he wnvcred, the flame of love, still smouldering In his breast, leaping up before the breath of her response. Hut It wus for n moment only. Wenkness would have mennt surrender, nnd surrender wns the one thing of which Hnrrls wns Incapable. So he checked the Impulsjo take her In. his arms, nnd.wnlked stolidly to his desk In the parlor. He returned shortly and placed n check In her bunds. She looked nt It through misty eyes, nnd rend thnt It was for $200. It represented n fwo hundredth part of their Joint earnings, and yet he thought he wns dealing liberally w(b her ; he half expected. In fnct, that his magnanimity would brenk her down where his firmness hnd failed. Hut she only whispered n fnlnt "Thank you," nnd slowly folded the paper In her fingers. He wnlted for a minute, suspecting that she wns overcome, but ns she said nothing moro he lit length turned nnd left the house, saying gnifTly ns he went out, "When 'lint's done I'll send you more If you write for It." n' " else. The Interstate commerce commissioners nnd the nieinlKrs of some other boards nnd commissions of government nre nppolnted for fixed terms. Under the Inw some of these commissions nml other bodies must contnln n certain percentage of minority party there must members. In other-wordbe both Ilepubllcnns and Democrats on the bonrds, the majority generally to be determined by the polltlcnl complexion of the ndmlnlstrntloti In power. It generally Is estimated Hint It takes two yenrs nfter n new administration hns come In to complete the chnnges In the vnrlous Important commissions which will give the controlling mnjorlty Into tho hnnds of the dominant polltlcnl pnrty. Treasury Jobs In Demand. Positions of assistant secretary In the Treasury are much sought for by young men who hnve knowledge .of financial conditions nnd who know that such Treasury plnces lead to places of high financial responsibility In the commerclnl world. There nre five asslstnnt secretaryships In the Treasury department, and one place V aafliiaiiiiiiH'raw LEMUEL BOLLES. held by n mnn who Is called "nsslst-nn- t to the secretary." This makes six places which In the past have proved to bo In many Instances stepping stones to high paying and Important positions In the hanking world when the nsslstnnt secretaries had completed their Washington work. There will, of course, be changes In the ambassadorial groups when President-elect Harding tnkes office. Attempts hnve been made time and ngnln to do something which would allow able men who have no wealth to take these high places. Nothing yet has As been done to bring this nbout. things nre now no mnn unless he Is a millionaire cnn usplro to the place of ambassador to Great liriUiIn, to France, to Italy, or to any other great nation. It Is snld Hint the American nmbnssadors to these countries nre compelled to spend $100,000 n year ench to maintain their positions. Their of this salaries nre less than sum. pne-fift- cause they would be affected financially by the passage of such a hill. Commenting on the resolution and the situation which gave rise to It, Lemuel Holies, nntlonnl ndjutnnt of the Legion, declared the case wu characteristic of the stand taken by opponents of the measure generally In various, parts of the country. "These enemies of the bill," he said "have deliberately end repeatedly garbled the truth even to the extent of disseminating ns facts statements wnicn uiey Knew to De raise. t;very Intelligent Amcrlcnn knows thnt the men ns a sentiment of whole Is overwhelmingly In favor of ndjusted compensation. "They have weighed the nrgument on both sides nnd fully believe the measure to be not only Jnst nnd fnlr but consistent with the welfare of the country as well. This hns been repeatedly proven nnd reported to congress following exhaustive canvasses In every state under the direct supervision of members of the Legion's national executive committee." WILL CONVENE IN CLEVELAND (Continued Next Week) RELIEF HILL REMEDY (Continued from Page One) seems to bo n realizing sense In congress thnt while quickness of action Is necessary, there mtist not be that haste which tho proverb says olwny makes wnsto. Few Nominations to Be Confirmed, Some thousniTds of nouiluntlotls for olllec! hnve been sent by President Wilson to the somite for continuation. It Is snld tho chances nro that not much more than n baker'l dozen of these nominations wfll be sanctioned. This means thnt appointments to olllces tho terms of whose Incumbents hnve expired, aiid tho promotions of hundreds of army and navy officers will bo held up or actually nullified until nfter the present administration passes frotu Washington life. So fur as the nrmy nnd navy promotions nro concerned, ncllon, of course, on the men whoso names have been sent to tho will be taken Inter. In tho mujorlty of coses It probably will bo positive action, but In otuo of them It unquestionably will bo negative, for tho charge rightly or wrongly hns been entered that u good many of these promotions were Inspired by favoritism. Otllcers of long service hnve quietly entered protest lu the house October 80. 1010. ngnlnst the promotion over tbelr beads ndopted providing for the deportation of cerof mnny of their juniors. undesirable alleiw nnd denyli In tho cuses of Judges, a few minis-ter- n tain to those thus defined to foreign countries, n good many rendiulsslon measure embodied principles fn consuls, postmasters uud revenue of- This vored by the Legion ut Its St. Lou' ficials, tho men named may never enMuy. 1010, and Its pussiiirt upon their duties, although per- caucus In ter the efforts of tin uppolnt. wns largely due tolegislative commit haps on tho strength of recess Legion's national menu they will so enter nnd continue tee. of which Thomas W. Miller I to work until their cttses tire considchairman. ered by the fcenate some Jliue Jn next With the thermometer registering Call Issued for Second National Convention of Legion to Be Held nt noon 130 degrees Fahrenheit snys September Populnr Mechanics Magnzlne, n party of professional men made Ire near an The call for the second national conoasis In the Sahara desert and snved the life of n comrade who suffered vention of the American Legion, te At seven be held nt Cleveland September 27, 28 from malignant fever. o'clock In the evening the men shov- nnd 29. nnd which approximately delegates nnd nlternntes. In nddl-tlo- n eled down through the hot sand to n to some 10.000 visiting Legion-'nnlr- es cooler stratum nnd formed n pit about and their families, nre expect18 Inches deep. On tho level bottom of the depression they placed a blan- ed to attend, wns Issued from Legion ket that measured nbout 5 by 8 feet. nntlonnl headquarters recently. Representation In the convention Then," drawing on the supply of enmel fodder, they covered tho blanket with will be by stnte departments, each dechopped straw. Vrom tho oasis they partment being entitled to five deledrew wuter nnd covered tho hlnnket to gates nnd nn nddttlonnl delegnte for a depth of half an Inch. As the night each 1.000 members fully pnld up by ndvanced tho temperature fell, nnd at inni ueiuriiiiciii- ncconiing lo me midnight frost crystals formed on the books of the nntlonnl trensurer nt the llontlng straw. At three o'clock the close of business August 28, 1920. straw wns embedded In u sheet of- Ice. Each department nlso Is entitled to number of nlternntes equnl to the Its delegates, but nlternntes THE LEGION HAS DONE number of power WHAT will have to vote only In the absence of the regular delegates. Kstnbllshed service station at naThe convention Is called, tho call tional headquarters titul system of corecites, for the purpose of electing ofoperating wnr risk otticers In every ficers for tho ensuing year, amending state, tiiereby adjusting thousands uf the nntlonal constitution nnd for the compensation claims for dependents of transaction of such other business as men who died or were disabled. may be brought before It In conform National headquarters alone, which ity with tho nntlonnl constitution. tnkes up only the most complicated The term of olllce of the present case that cannot bo handled by posts national executive committee will exor state headquarters, has settled In- pire with tho adjournment of the condividual claims aggregating upproxl-inntelvention nnd the new committee will $1,000,000, between November conveno twenty-fou- r within hours U, 1910, and Muy 1.'.. W20. nfter this' adjournment. Members of The American Legion wus conceived both old nnd pew committees nre exIn Purls, Fobrunry in, 1010. nt it gathpected to attend this meeting, nnd ono ering of twenty member of the A. H. to ho held by the old committee, probF. Prior to the "Membership Push" ably September 23. It hud more than 1,500,000 members Kncli delegation tnny be accompaposts throughout In more than tu nied to the convention by such memforeign countries, besides bers Ameiien ami of the Legion and their families murci than S00 women's auxiliary units. ns It sees lit lo Invite. As far as spice How's that for it "youngster" llftien will penult, tickets to the convention mouths old? will bo Issued to each department The henute rwenlly pntwed the bill delegation for the convenience of 27-23,-r- Desert Ice Pack. these guests. The convention committee, of which C. C- - Chambers, 1729 East Twenty, second street. Cleveland. 0 Is chairman, has charge of arrangements for Hie convention. From 60 to 60 per cent of the chicks batched die before they reach maturity. This loss can be greatly reducc4 by proper feeding and care. rage Four THE CITIZEN December 30, 1920 LOCAL PAGE NRWS OF DKREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED ' VARIETY OP SOURCES FROM A uiitaiiiwiiiiw nuiiwnu IN RED CROSS WORK United FOR EUROPE'S - YOUNG Agencies EFFICIENT SERVICE There never was a time when efficient banking service was of greater importance than it is at the present" time. This Is the character of service in which we specialize and our Capital and Surplus of $70,000.00, our progressive management ami our membership fn the FF.DKRAL RESERVK SYSTEM, all afford assurance of unquestioned safety and the ability to rcn- - Eight American Relict States Citizens Far Away Combine f J, M. Coyle & Co. Eight grent relief organisation, Among the mnM enthiislnMIr nnd working among and for tirrj rare hiiiI enercplle memlier of Hie Aiiicrlinn creed, have united under the name t UNION CHURCH' Ited Cros are tho?i clllreii of the the Kuropean Relief Council to en L'nllt'd Stales who II v imiihIiIp Uih ordinate child relief .In Europe (hi Dr. Hutchins will preach next Sun day at 11:00 a. m. in Union Church t'l.Mnentnl hniindnrlos of iln-t- r innnirj winter. The Council will seek to pro son hiiiI ilmiKlitvrx of llie titiirs null vide funds for 3,fiOO,lXH) starving hiiiI ment again upon "The New Year." On Thurs der the very best service possible. mriu-- r of diseased children In Knxlern and Cen B. B. Boon, who has recently sold day at 7:30 p. m. there will be I Stripes reslillng at Hit- fin . he I'nrlli. Europe and to administer till Big Hill, has located In Praiso Service, with retrospect and his store in Tliee people enmpOsp the liiutar tral Furthermore, we thoroughly understand local conBcrea on Center street, nnd Forelcn Dlvuinn of tin pnivnt nr relief economically prospect. It consists of Herbert Hoover, clmlr I Miss Virginia noatriRht is enjoy .'iiiilfHllon. known n ill ditions and do everything in our power to cooperate man, and Franklin K. trens - lin li lm Division InR a visit from her sister. with customers. fiirlxillction ot nil terrimr) mti'iiic urer; Edgar Rlrkard, representing th niO CHRISTMAS DINNER J. 0. Lehman, the business mann Hip nimilrv primer : tliui i American Relief Administration; III A'iiiLu Wednesday per of The Citizen, left Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Kinnard, a morning for Louisville, where he is usual, entertained a larRO number of l'nrio Itlio, Hnwtill. Virgin Mmni. Uih Livingston Knrrnnd. representing die I miippinps. Felix Wnr'iurK meeting o friends and relatives at dinner Christ .imu or ,1 up wuani. ami even the out American Red attending the which mine un.ler the Kentucky Press Association. He mas Day. There were over thirty flag as a result of the world wnr Kifr representing the Jewish Joint Dlstrl t butlon Committee: Wilbur K. Tlioina. will visit two or three places in Ohi guests present to partake of the the venr Ilf'il thl reiirled representing the American Friends' 10.SII8 mild un memtier. while he la away numerous good things provided for i ne main object of this division is Mr. and .Mrs. J. 1 Wilson and son the occasion. There was nothing A. Flatiertj, representing tho Knight spending lacking to make the dinner complete lo give our citizens everywhere the op of FayctteVille, Tenn., are iurtuilty to purtlclpiite In the work of Columbus; Dr C. V lllhhard, repte Christmas hol'days with Professor in every detail, and the excellent of the organization which stund for scntlng the Young Men'ii Chrlstlmi Am arid Mrs. John F. Smith. Mrs. Wi! quality of the many dishes speaks me nest nniionui mrais. .mcrirnn soclatlon: Miss Surah S. Lion, retire- in far place Intensely loal and pii ' tenting the Vouiig Women's Christian son is a sister of Professor Smith well for tho ability of the hostess. .none irensure tneir memi.erslilp 11. ' Aocnt0n; Dr. Arthur Ilrown. reprennd comes to Kentucky for her first he Red Cross us the outunrd ex visit. Milting thu Federal Council of Church ptvsslou of their citizenship. It Is an EARLY REUNION Miss Edith Frost, who is a student ther He to the liotnelund and to es of Christ In America, The members of the Early family It Is the purpose of the Council tt nurse at West Side Hospital in Chi each other. There are chapters of capo, has been spending the holiday had a happy reunion during the this division In Argentine. Itollvla. raise $33,000,000, In an appeal center Christmas holidays at tho home of Ilrnzll. (.'until zone, Chile. China, Costa Ing Ht the Christmas holidays, to the in Berea with her parents. DimilnU-iii- i Republic. end that the despernle situation re Culm. Ben Boon, of BIr Hill, has pur Mrs. C. B. Holder. Mrs. Martha It, en. Eugluiid, France, (luniiv gardlng child life may be met. In chased the' Anddrson property on Early and son, Wendell, Mr. and I.Viitidur. Uiiiitemnlu, Haiti, Center street and expects to move to Mrs. C. C. Early and daughter, liipan .Milnrhurla, Hawaii, llondurus. everyMown and community of the nn Netherlands, Nica it soon. Mr. Anderson is moving in Eloisc, of Cleveland, O., Mr. and Mrs. ragua, rariiguny, I'eru, Philippines, Hon, It Is planned, local committees Start the new year right by trading at Hcnsley Lakes and daughter of Irvine and Mr. I'urto Itlro, Siberia, Spain, Sweden, representing all the cooperating ngNt to tho Hcnsjey house just across tho clcs will be formed to' secure the vl & Cornett's where you can get anything you and Mrs. P. S. Gentry comprised the Switzerland. Syria, Turkey, Uruguay, tally necessary street from him, funds. Of the amount Miss GeorRinna Epling, of the Col family circle. They were the guests Veiiezuelii and Virgin Islands. need, and at the lowest price. Call us for the soilL'hl. $1,O0O.O0 will be used fui During the war these scattered basic food and I10.OiKJ.000 for medical of Mr. Lakes' parents at Richmond, IcRe Department, spent the week-en- d best Clover 'and Timothy. Hay, Dairy Feed, members of the Ited Cross contrib- service. Day. Mrs. Early and in Richmond at the home of Miss Christmas tor every one of these Amerlrnn all kinds of Mill Feeds, Oats, Corn, Fresh Clinton returned to Cleveland re- uted millions In money, and millions Lelia Jane Harris. of dollars' worth of necessary articles dollars tho local governments and Ray Johnson returned to Berea cently. Meats and Vegetables, Field for the men In service, and sent many communities aided will furnish two anylast week to spend tho Christmas doctors and nurses to France. At the dollars. In the form of transportation thing you may need in Hardware. holidays with his parents, Mr. and "lime time they carried on an excel- ' labor, guards, clerical help, rash con REV. R. O. RAMSAY lent Home Service In their respective Mrs. J. Wi. Johnson, on Center street tiibutlons and such fowl xuppllcH us R. G. Ramsay, a former resi Rev. omniiinltles for the families of those are locally obtainable. No children Miss Al tec Childs, who was a for dent of Berea, died at his home in who. had gone to war, und In some re. recche the free food except after We will save you some money this "year. mer teacher here in the Vocational Flat River, Mo., December 23. Af- glons gave large sum of money nnd llcal tests showing them to be scri Department, and is teaching this year 10 uie ter the funeral services there, his i.nuieasuruitie rrs..u. ously undernourished. The remaining at Stanton College. Stanton, Ky., is body was brouRht to Berea by Madi- relief of disaster und disease victims. $10,000,000 of the fund Is Just us The division Is now estahllslilnc urgently needed for medical service t visiting friends in Bcrea this week son Combs, his wife and son, Hurley, erviec clubs In foreign ports for the the children, 'Herman Mahaffey, a Berea gradu and interment took plncc at the cembenefit of sailor In the American Her- The European Relief Council will do ate of the Class of '17, and who is etery, December 25. He was buried ham Marine, making plans to aid much more than effect economies In a senior this year in Louisville Med with Masonic honors. American In trouble In foreign lands the raising of the child saving fund ical College, was a Berea visitor at Succctiort to S. E. Welch Department Store Mr. Ramsay had been away from ami completing arrangements for givIt will, with the Inspecting force of adequate relief in case eight great agencies, keep a constant tho first of the week, Berea for sixteen years. The cause ing Berea Kentucky r. d on the administration of Amer Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Bender are to of his death was pneumonia fever. of It Is Hie Fourteenth Division's part ica's merciful gift. In order that there have as their guests this week, Mr. His age was 74 years, 7 months and in the great I'ence Time program of shall be uo wastage and no tendency and Mrs. Harold VanWinkle and 13' days. He had many friends in tie American Ited Cross. toward pauperization. ' children of Cincinnati and Miss Rea this community. be"This Is the largest Scrivner ofIrvine, nevolent orgnnlTiitlnn ever attempted RED CROSS ASSISTS In the United State." Sir. Hoover Mrs. J. L. Jackson was the guest KINDRED ROBERSON DISABLED VETERANS says. The organizations represented of Mrs. C. B. Holder during the holi On the afternoon of Thursday, De have come to the unanimous, though i days. cember 23, Mr. Wiliam P. Kindred The American Red Cross Is carrying Independently formed conclusion, thut T. P. Adams, .of Hazard, spent and Miss Bernice Roberson were on a wide program of service fpr the nothing hut prompt and united action Christmas with home folks. united in marriaRe at the home of disabled World War veterans receiving by the whole American people can E. A. Logan and two sons, Sam the bride's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. T. treatment In United States Public avert Incredible tragedy for the helpIt is with pleasure that we wish you a year less children Involved. The organizaand Jessie Logan, of Danville, spent J. Roberson. of Bis Hill. Dr. J. W. Health hospitals, and those being trained tlirough agencies of the Federal tions forming the Council will organof happiness, joy, and prosperity. We Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Rainc officiated, usinR tho beautiful ize their representatives In every for Vocational education. and impressive rinp ceremony, of Hoardeach of the Public Health Service town and community ot the nation Logan on Center street, thank our friends for the past patronage In After the hospitals Ited Cross workers devote for the raising of the necessary funds." Noah Angiin, of Indianapolis, Tnd., which he is the authorgiven us and we expect to give you as was in Berea on business, Tuesday, ceremony a delicious dinner was their time to the general welfare of good service and merchandise as possible, served. Those, present beside the the service men from the day they D. H. Smith has purchased the inClassified Advertisements terest of, W. W. Rominger in the firm family were: Miss Fannie Kidd, Miss enter the receiving ward until they and the prices will be in line with market discharged. After the soldier's disHallio Davis. Silas Kindred, Ollic are of Smith & Rominger. FOR SALE Five-roocharge the Red Cross continues Its hous and changes, consistent with good business. Davis, Laura Hurley, Mrs. S. R. Hur friendly service through the Home ley, Mr. and Mrs. William Evans, and Service Section In his own community. iot on Center street Largo lot; We ask you for a share of your trade. good garden; several bearing fruit Mrs. Benjamin H. Davis. The Red Cross maintains a convales trees; grape vines; and all necessary Tho younp couple left for Louis cent house at all or tne hospitals, WE ARE GLAD WHEN YOU ARE PLEASED ville tha evening-- , where they will where patients can amuse themselves outbuildings. Pirce $1,900. This Is enough to be up a great bargain at this price. T. B. after they are spend a few days. and around. Parties and picture shows Stephenson, Center street, Berea, Ky. In the wards are also furnished, with occasional excursions when convalcs- HACKER WILSON COMMITS Boone Tavern ence comes, Block SUICIDE FARM FOR SALE ha been rendered by (rent service Hacker Wilson, well known resi the Ited Cross In mental cases In Iden- About 67 acres at Cartcrsville, Ky., dent of BIr Hill, after-havinbrood tlfylng those who have appeared In on piko G miles from Bcrea, 7 mile ed over alleged financial reverses, state hospitals for Hie Insane, nnd help- from Paint Lick, in tho edge of tho DEAN & 1IERNDON Without winter, summer would shot himself Wednesday of last ing them secure compensation ilue from blue grass of Garrard county, with F. L. MOORE'S the Rureou of War Plsk Insurance. week. dwelling, painted; telcphono be a bore, so let's pitch in and Wo have for sale soma nice homes In the Federal Hoard' various disIn house, good well in yard, excellent Friends of the dead man stated enjoy every moment of work or in Bcrea and some small farms of c offlces the lied that he had been in melancholy trict with the Home Cross worker, Service Section, garden, well, wash and canning house from 30 to 00 acres not far out of play during the cold months of spirits for some time, and threatcn- - makes necessary loans so the men, ar- combined, smoke houso, hen house, town. Also a Nlco Grocery Busi the 'year. d to do away with himself. Wilson ranges sultnble living conditions, helps good barn and shed that will hold FOR ness in Bcrea with good established was generally believed to be a pros collect evidence and myiply facts to the about 2 ncrcs tobacco, and other out- trade. These are special bargains Hero's our suggestion to help Hoard, assists In "appealing rases" and buildings; 4 minute's walk to a good First Class Repairing perous farmer. with liberal terms. Sec us at onco. keep you fit as a fiddle until next The deceased was tho father of settles various personal difficulties for school, stores and postofflco handy; AND the men. The workers also follow up spring: To those who nave bought homes of iRht children, the eldest of whom is and aid all men who discontinue train- threo churches in walking distance, 16 years old. He is survived by n ing. us, Fine Line of Jewelry good neighbors. About 15 acres In In town or country near, ister, Mrs. Ruth Baker, of Indianap On of Our New The ned Cross agents find men "lost" grass, 6 acres sown to rye, woodland, MAIN ST. BEREA, KY olis, Ind., and a brother, William to the Hoard, help clear up delayed onough wood for home use; the re- Wo wish a Merry Christmas cases and aid the college counselors In mainder can be, cultivated by purAnd a Prosperous New Year. Wilson, of New York City. their friendly lyork with the men. chased if desired. As I have other To thoso who still aro "looking round" Jinny Red Cross chapters h,uve set ap business In view, quick action se And can't mako up their mind, JOSEPH POWELL FOUND DEAD recreation facilities, and In some InOr Overcoats cures this, farm for only ?1, Come on to us and wo will help Tho body of Joseph Powell was stances living clubs, so these victims wnr may have attractive surround- 250, part cash terms arranged. Thnt happy homo to find. found at tho foot of a cliff near Big of ings and the fun which must go with If taken at once will Includo 1 milk YouJJl enjoy theo garments , n inn aiier u seurcn ui iiwu nays, insN effective school work mil cow, cutting harrow, 1 A harrow, But there's another lot, you know, every day you wear them. Your wilk neck was broken and his body badly To the American Red Cross Institute mowing machine, plows, (Thank God this bunch is small) small can friends will appreciate your en-- , bruised from the fall. Ho was last for the Hlind near HaTtlmnre, Md., ning machine, washing machine, and Who look, and fret, growl and stew seen on Tuesday afternoon by some ninre""lliRii half of nil ihc American! deavor to bo right in tho swim And never buy at all. blinded In the World War have come about 1,600 tobacco sticks. friends When he did not return of sartorial perfection. Besides, training. The Institute, through This is a bargain for the man who REAL ESTATE AGENTS home In tho evening, search was for But all theso folks must havo a homo where could you find clothes to Hie Red Cross, long ago conducted an wants a .small farm. Berea, Kentucky made for him. On this Terrestrial Ball, exhaustive Industrial survey to deterSoe D. M. Carter, Cartcrsville, Ky. icqual these in any one particular? Coroner Muncy wns summoned and mine the vocations for which blind you'll como to us, So if .... . an Inquest was held. Tho verdict men could he lilted, As a result It Is Wo'll try to place you all. SCOUTS AID AGED SOLDIERS. Our prices are reduced on the as that tho man had met his death putting forth well trained men equip- SEE FOR John Dean still "hangs, out" at The entire lino of Clothing, hoeH, by falling over tho cliff. Three of ped to meet the social, civic and ecoSimla lliirtiiiru. Oil., during Hats, ShlrU, Etc. Bank the witnesses testified that they had nomic requirements of llelr respective llio O. A. It, convention assisted the communities. Step hi and shako his hand; veterans on direct curs, automobiles, been with Powell nnd had been drink And If you need a favor, etc., nnil condiu'lttl them to hotels and ing, and that ho had n revolver with Miss Flossie Johnson it the lucky. private Iioum'h o which they wero as Ho will help If ho can. which ho threatened them. The relady in tho guessing contest in Tho slKiied, acting ax gulden and gcnrrnl volver was taken away from him and Ilerndon has quit his rambling round. helpers. During I lie pnratjo they kept Have a few Special Bargains in Freo Sewing Machine advertising, he left the party. This was the last Chestnut St., Bcrea, Ky, Tho weather has got too cold; campaign, and Mr. VanWinkle feels tliu line of uuircli clear of automobiles, Town Property ami Farms. that he was seen alive. and carried the policing and quito sure he has another convert to But if you want to buy a home, The funeral was held on Saturday. The Free when Miss Flossie sots trnlllc 011 'their ovui shoulders whlla Just call him up, by Jolol He leaves' a wife and several chil the eiillrif police force marched In th housekeeping, Advertisement. BEREA KENTUCKY parade. Dean Si Herndon dren. y i ' Mm. Hnll, one of the proprietors of tho New VIonnn (Ohio) Reporter, la In Bcrea this week, arronging for her son to attend the Training School. Stanley Powell ami his mother havo moved into their new home on Cen ter street. Mr. Powell will take up his studies in the Normal Depart Prof. Noah May was hero from Lexington, Tuesday, with his little daughter, who was here for n'sllght operation at the College Hospital. Enthusiastic Members of the "Fourteenth" Division. to Save 3,500,009 Children Death Menaces. ' ' cent-rail- ? -- mid-wint- Cm: illi-uin- is"in Berea National Bank , - 1921 IS HERE! i ' Seedsand Hensley & Cornett liiiiut-diutfa-ic- e ee 1921 NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS - m Let the Snow Fly! 3t-2- 8. . R. R. HARRIS .. net-In- Jewelry Store Wear Heldman Suits List Your Property FOR SALE Scruggs, Welch & Gay W. F. KIDD s i : REAL ESTATE piu-ud- e v December 30, 1020 THE CITIZEN THE PARABLE OF THE TOMCAT AND THE BUMBLE DEES Now "tomcat" Is tho vulgar ence. nppcl-latlo- p PflgO FIvo w A MAnSIIALLR THE CITIZEN nonpartisan VAUOIIN. Editor family newspaper publlthed tvery Thursday by DKKKA PURLISHINO CO. (Incorporated) J. O. LEHMAN. Aimltlt Eiiitornml Ilu.lnr.. Msnxtr t Kf., .won.1 rliu mull mltT. EnUmlsl th twloftlc Itr. I Onrr, II.Mi ill Forln - HUinCRIITION HATES month , M fnt.; throe montht, COwnU. " 1'arsblc In lrncc. AdrrrtUlnir RrpmrnUtlrr, - The Amrrlnn Ptm Aitoclatloti. . The Spirit of the New Year Kvcrjf normnl healthy cltlren should nppronch the new year" with a thrill of joy, not becnuso he has succeeded In slipping on. ono moro yenr Into the pnst, nor because he Is one yenr nearer the grave, but becauso he has reached the natural place In the n of time for closing n page anil opening n new sheet. It Is this opportunity of beginning n new page In tho record of llfo that should give the thrill. The honest, thoughtful person will ponder these things In 1ils mind. What has been my record the past year? What kind of mistakes have I made? Have I practiced economy In living 7 Have I been Just to my fcllowmnn in business? Have I contributed liberally of my earnings to tho causes of humanity? Havo I rendered my share of unselfish service to mankind? If mistakes have been mode, they should form tho foundation for success during the coming year nnd not load to despair nnd greater failure. Let each ono of us wrlto the following motto In letters of gold and prny God to glvo us strength to live up to every letter of it! I will do my share tyiwards the burdens of the orld nnd spreading sunshine In the wake of sorrow. well-worKht-rnln- The Cabinet, Makers1 Union This seems to be n bnil season for unions. The labor unions arc having n hard time sticking together. Tho supreme chief! do not ngrco with the subordinate heads, nnd tho "pork" docs not extend In great enough quantity to all members. Tho unions always gel Into n stnto of Internal disquiet when they have thing going their way completely. Thcro seems to be an unsettled condition of nITnirs within the cabinet mnkcrs' union. There I the demand for "pork" coming from over n wide area. This, of course, will Ik? dispensed through political lenders In' dllTerent sections, but that Is not enough; them is the mnklng of tho cnblnet. New York wnnts two drawers in the cabinet while the West declares that it will never do. Tho West rolled up too large n voto In the last election to allow New York to have thnt many compartments. You see, Tennessee did nn unusual thing this yenr, nnd she is entitled to n place, INit Is nothing more thnn a' pin tray on top of the cabinet. Kentucky is entitled to Jialf n compartment, for the Senator was saved, even if tho electoral vote wns lost. Not only are there several gcogrnphicnl sections to satisfy, but there are the types of minds within the several secwho will demand, In view tions. Thcro nre the of their recent victories, the moin door to the cnblnet as well as tho central compartment. There nre the temperate voters who wnnt only n modest share. They nre not the domineering fellow, but simply wnnt "good times" nnd hnve voted for n "chnnge" they hnve been assured thnt the good times with which they hnvo lecn blessed for the last few years will cease if they do not get n "chnnge." Then there nre tho progressives, those nwful progressives, who plnyed so much hnvoc eight years ngo; they must hnve nt lenst one compartment for their splendid work in tho recent campaign. be-ci- ;e of the fells tomcatacus of sciTherefore, whenns I employ the designation, tomcdt, I do so that I may bo understood of the Ignorant ns well as of tho learned, who will mnkc no difficulty of my discourse. And I hold thnt all writing should be either for' the Instruction of, tho bnckward who lnck wisdom, or for the entertainment of tho wise who need no instruction. It enme to pnss when thnt the tomcat had arrived nt tho age of maturity nnd discretion (which Is fifteen months) thnt he bnthed himself, nnd perfumed his body wjth cntnrla, and girded up his loins nnd said, "Yea, why tarry I here? I am of a goodly weight and ntnture, nnd wlthnl n disposition. I'nvo I not cnug'ni and eaten two young1 robins nnd n striped lizard? Have I not overcome Jones' pup, nnd mnrked his tender countenance ns the lines nre mnrked upon n sheet of music? Go to, I will lenvo the houso of my fathers and the land of my birth, and go Into a far country nnd seek my fortune nnd high ndventure." And ho shook the dust of thnt nlncc from his feet nnd took the wny nlong the garden fence nnd through the barn lot nnd across the pasture, and he enmc unto n creek. And his stepH n little rpneo. But were stnyed nftcr that he hnd turned aside for the mnttcr of hnlf of a bowshot, he found a fnllcn tree above the water, nnd pnssed over dry shod. And he depnrted from the house of his fathers nnd his placo knew him no vnl-l.int MR. RAT An uninvited guest, nn unprofitn- ble bonrdcr, n dnngerous lodger. Yet ho is with us In numbers; on the Beit Equipment snd Service at lowest Com. Wards for Men nd for Women. nvcragc, equal to two for every perPrivate Kooin. llaihs, Klrclric Service. son In this land. Tho United States Eye, Note and Ear Surgery, Care in Child-birth- , Public Henlth Servico cstlmntcs tho GENERAL PRACTICE In our cities ns cqunl number of rnts to their population, nnd in tho counCome in and vMt an ettnhllrhment, which is a trlcml In need, try throo or four times ns mnny. Wc and In resell of all the people. supply them with good food, furnish RonicitT H. Cowlky, M.U., Physician the best mntcrlnl for their nests nnd Harlan Dudlky, M.I) Physician i put up with their nnsty hnbits, with Mary S. Wrtmorr, M. I)., Physician Mist Mary I.onoacrk, K.N., Superintendent only now nnd then n feeble protest. I 'Miss Hilda Silrkrmann, K.N., Head Nurte once hnd occasion to renew th6 kitchIN RATES . CHANCE en ceiling in nn old country house'. Beginning March I, the rates for board and room of private When tho old plnstcr nnd lnth were patients will be $15 to $18 per week. The rates for patlen't removed, quantities of fertilizer fell 'cared for In the wards will remain the same $1 per day, to the floor nnd the stench was untlal Committee. Herea College Hy Order of Prtic speakable and filled the house. They feed upon nil kinds of vege- tnble and nnlmal matter. They devour grnlns planted in the ground, growing nbovo ground nnd lying In D. H. Smith W. W. Rominger schocks nnd bins. They enrry off nnd consumo eggs nnd young poultry In Berea College Hospital Sun-Parlo- fr 4 President-elec- t Harding Is getting plenty of ndvice on all his appointments nnd the vnrtety of opinions thnt nre being handed in reach an Impossible, scnlc. Here is n bit of ndvico from n country Harding, editor which will be of untold value to President-elec- t if he sees fit to take it He should take the reins of this cnblnet making business Into his own hands. He should bo the ofllcinl hend of tho cabinet makers' union. Ho should cnll into conference the leading sectional heads and the hends of the groups to get their reaction, but he cannot do the impossible by trying to do whnt they nil wnnt done. He must keep In mind tho fnto of the administration of President Tnft, who, from tho beginning, wns n "lnrgn body entirely surrounded by men who knew exactly what they wanted." and he must not forget President Wilson's cabinet, which, from the beginning, wns n piece of "knockdown" furniture, that wns moved nt will. President Hnrding must tako the middle course between these tww men If his cnblnet Is to stand nnd his ndmlnlstrntion not come to ruin. Ho must fill the positions with men of ability nnd not cater to the cries of sectional political bosses who desiro to push the "spoils system"' to tho extreme. If Now York can produce tho two men who are best fitted for two Important posts, thoso places should not bo nllowed to suffer because of tho necessity of sprending out over u lnrgcr nren tho perquisites of politicnl triumph. There is brew-in- g to be dA a fnctional fight among the union leaders, and sired that President Hurtling will tnke charge and control the situntlon. types-of-mlnd after that he had gone nn hour's journey into tho new lnnd beyond the creek, he looked round about him nnd he beheld nn onk of the girdlo of a man's body nnd nbout ten cubits in height. When thnt he beheld tho tree he said, "Yea, I will nbido hero for a little season nnd refresh myself In this grateful shade. And, peradventure, a chipmunk or other small animal will stir abroad, thnt I may fall upon him and slay him, nnd ho shall bo a spoil unto me, nnd I will devour him straightway, for the emptiness of my belly mo sorely. And he nppronched the tree nnd raised himself upon his hinder legs nnd shnrpened his claws upon the body thereof. And while he sharpened, n strange sound, like unto the sound of drops of water in hot embers, issued forth from the bowels' of the tree. Whereupon, the tomcnt marveled, nnd sought diligently for tho cnusc thereof. And, behold, there wns n small hole in the tree, hnlf a cubit above the ground, and from the hole there issued forth the strange th more. Now lnrge quantities. They help them selves In grocery stores, pantries nnd ccllnrs, polluting nnd wasting moro than they eat. In ono instance, In two weeks, they mnde n hole in a Funeral Directors tub containing 100 dozen eggs nnd enrried off 70 dozen without leaving n trace of n broken egg. In n part We are now open for business with a of Vlrginin they were estimated to full line of burial supplies. Auto and hnve, destroyed 75 percent of the Horse Drawn Hearses. Embalming. young poultry. A fnrmcr In Iowa says ho lost 25 percent of 2,000 bush Calls Answered Day or Night. els of corn In cribs. Ono of our Beren citizens last spring lost 300 In The Concrete Block between J. M. chickens out of a hatch of 400, sonW Coyle CS Co. and H. C. Pennington, on of them nearly large enough for fry Chestnut Street. ing. Thcydcstroy other kinds of mer chandise besides food. A department store in Washington lost $30 n night Berea, Kentucky Phone 130 in damaged goods. A hotel in the I same city lost $75 a month In dnm- aged linen. A merchant hnd 50 dozen brooms destroyed. Another hnd Silence may sometimes be foolish So What's the Use? $500 worth of chinn broken in a Sunday-schoTeacher: "Now boys, before the wise, but it is always wise single night. A harness dealer lost thcro Is n wondeful lesson in the life before the foolish. $400 in horso collars in a season. Buildings are injured by their of tho ant. Every day the ant goe?j Bo looking for something more to gnawing tho foundations, doors and to work nnd works all day. Every walls. Chests, wardrobes and cloth dny the ant Is busy. And in the end do FOR Christ and you will keep rewhat happens?" ceiving more FROM Christ. ing are injured and destroyed. Willie: "Somebody steps on him." Investigations indicate that "the di American Legion Weekly. The Pope's calendar only makes rect annual losses in the United saints of tho dead, but the Bible reStates from these rodents equal or exceed $200,000,000, with a great ad Don't stare up the steps of success; quires saintlincss in the living. ditional sum in indirect losses. step up the stairs. Some people are under tho delusion What do you know nbout that? Geo. II. Felton A hen doesn't quit scratching be- that they can bo better to themselves (To bo Continued) than God would be. cause tho worms are scarce. ol Smith Rominger CLEAN UP UNSIGHTLY SPOTS Rubbish Piles Ar Very Much Out cf Place In Any City of High Aspirations. In the good old days before we B"t so absorbed In running tho universe nil contemplating the cost of living, we used to pay more attention to such homely miiltern ns cleaning the streets still tidying "l tho yards, remarks the Kansas City Star. Or, B. 11. Bullock, health director, bus called attention to our deficiencies In bis appeal for a Hi'iiii.itn f nnir.e premUes ought to bo kept T1 noise. Being of n cautious mind, the torn cnt sate upon the ground nnd con sidercd enrncslly whnt he should do. There being nothing In his previous experience to go upon, ho consulted his present inclinations nnd desires nnd tho emptiness of his belly, nnd ho snid. "Yen, though something tclioth me thnt I should flee from this place and look not back, some thing elso urireth me to thrust mv pnw Into this hole nnd discover whnt is conccnlcd therein, Peradventure I will pluck n music box with n mouso in it. or in nny event, gam some useful knowledge. And ho thrust In his paw, and he felt that which had all tho outward seeming of n rnt's nest thnt is filled with callow Hucklings. And his spirit wns lifted up so thnt he stirred the nest bravely And as the noise came again to his ears, he felt that n legion of devils had laid hold of his paw nnd ho drew it forth. And, behold! seventeen bumblo bees of mature ngc, nnd sound mind and members sate thereon. Then he lifted up his thlv nil the time. There Is n excuse voico nnd cried, with nn exceeding for accumulating plb'it of ushes and great and bitter wall, tin cans. Still. In this frntl world stub And ho fled. And six hundred things nsrtilbMi plica do exlt. That other bumble bees enme forth from being the ciimn It Is better to clean up tho ticst und nrose up nnd pursued spring and full than neur to clean up nfter him nnd smoto him hip and ut nil. thigh. And ono alighted upon his Moit persons who get about town will testify lo the general tidiness back and stuck thcro even ns or n case of influcnzn, or n The iivcrngn family takes of yards. of a .well- - wart on n mulo's 4nose, nnd stung mlil.. In the . ..i i kent lawn. Hut an occaiiioiiai suu-kiwith exceeding fury nnd drnvo him iniiv dlsilmire a whole block. One un- forward, even to tho water s edge, keu.pt Pin. will nullify the efforts of r 5 Tfii n innnnnr h 10 w --umuymu rt&s . 11 ; ii n n nn Dodge Brothers 4DDDR5EDAN It is gooaMooking; it is comfortable; it is quickly adaptable to, any weather change. - i h It is easy to drive; it costs little torun. its The gasoline consumption is unusually low. The tire mileage is unususlly high. BEREA MOTORS CO. ' Berea, Kentucky D'An-nunzi- o, t ,";;;s,";;;;,,he ....tL-hhu- u Let's clean up I i lmo.! man. ELECTRIC SUPPILIES Mazda Lamps, All Kinds, White, Blue, and Clear, For both 32 and 10 volts. 1 pi in, nnd tUe wnters closed above him forever, nnd the eyes of men snn him no more. w to to, m o This parablo hath a twofold nppllca tlon. It sheweth that homo is not a bad placo, nnd that It Is not wlso to thrust in tho paw whero tho eyes can not seo. Alson Bnkcr -- LIGHTING FIXTURES Anything in the Electric Line HOUSE WIRING A SPECIALTY H. C. McCREARY Phone 162 28 Main Street MOKE ONE CHANCE $1.1 In order to closo out my stock of good, used sewing machines, I will let the purchaser select any used machine I now hnve in 'stock and mnko their own selection at prices from $4 up to $15, for tho next ten days. Berea, Ky. Ask Mr, VanWinkle, Chrlsman's Fur nituro Store, Phono 20. Adv. $15 Xinnin: rTnnnrn-rnnrT- n r r n-- ri -- rr rRo six THE CITIZEN Dccombor 30, 1020 MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spence, Farm Demonstrator and Special UncleWali's ' DAIRY FACTS AGE OF CATTLE DETERMINED Each Year' Leaves Its Mark on Grind, rs of Animal, Gradually Wear. Ing to Stubs. 'investigator POULTRY -- MSAPI'OINTKI)? WIIY7 Helped:.. Helped by Organizing a Club? The following teachers of Rock-ciistcounty hnvo reported the following club enrolment. Miss Ella M. Coffey. Green Hill school, 20 members; Mrs. S. P. Cnu-Iil- l, Have You Club Lender. the fire? Who will start n Junior Agricultural Club which will afford rending ,v?v vtoosc ng HOTSIN RAISING HOUSEHOLD HINTS. bust-nr- lo Ernest E. Uullock, Webb community, 8 members; Kgbcrt Horton, Club Iemler. Ornn Viars, Trustee, Scaffold Cnne school, 1G members; Mr. Viars, Club Leader. Miss Fnnnio Riddle, ricnsnnt Hill school, C members; Hack Bucker, Club Ioador. . Oran Viars, Trustee, Scaffold Cane orgnnlzed Walnut Grove school, school, 8 members; H. E. Bullen Club Lender. J. W. Riddle, Poplar Gap school, 22 members; P. P. Singleton, Club Leader. Miss Bertha Summers, Pleasan. run, 8 members; Orbln Gilliam, Club Leader. Lanjrford Mrs. Mario Reynolds, school, 8 members; D. L. Carter, Club Loader. Miss Cclla Hiatt, Disputanta school, 8 members; J. II. Wolfe, Club Leader. Miss Anna Houston, Wilmot Chnpel school, 7 members; Club Leader not reported. Miss Eflio Chastcen, Royal Oak school, 12 members; E. Abney, Jr., .Club Leader. Miss Ethel Chestnut, Maple Grove school, .7 members; Charlie Parsons, Club Leader. Miss Mary E. Jones, Davis Branch school, 20 members; Mrs. R. T. Abney, Club Loader. Miss Martha Jones, Climax school, 8 members; Club Leader not reported. John Scott, Cove school, 9 members; Club Leader not reported. doctor. He knows I have money In the bank, nnd nm considered good pay. lie confirmed my worst fears, and made up his mind to have me for his itnr pntlent, until one of us pelercd Jut. He threw nn nwful senre Into me. mo that I went home sweating Ice cold Tomorrow's Sammies, 7 members; 'Ircus lemonade. Club not organized, club Leader not "He gave me some medicine's nnd a reported, and don't know whose club. ot of Instructions. Among them wns Total members for Rockcastle one to the effect thnt when I went to county 172. ncd I should nlwnys sleep on my right dde. He cautioned me over nnd over Madison County tgnln ngnlnst laying on my left side, Status Freeman, Club members orind left the Impression that If I ganized club at Todd school, 12 memhim, I'd wake up some morn-n- g to find myself n candldato for a bers; A. II. Kidd, Club Leader. I lornl horseshoe. J. C. Hendrix, Bob Town school, 10 "That matter Jooked easy nt the Lee Bowling, Club Leader. members; lime, and I nssured the doctor I'd folMrs. Ella Anderson, Silver Creek low his bylaws to the letter. When school, 8 members; J. C. Bowman, went to bed thnt night, I stretched If Club Leader. on my right side, nnd In ten mln-ite- s I wns Just suffering to roll over. Total members for Madison county, don t helleve I ever had such a 30. innkerlnc for anything. It seemed to Total membership for Madison me the height of human hnpplness Rockcastle, 202. and would He In sleeping on one's left side, The County Agent would like to r followed Instructions for two nights, have Club Leader reported, Club or ind then I decided that life wnsn't ganized, with president and secretary, j worth such sacrifices, nnd I rolled over from Miss Martha Jones' school, Cli , snd slept on my left side, nnd nothing I was feeling better than happened. max. The same from John Scott, (usual next morning when I got up. Cove school. "Of course this experience lessened The County Agent would also like my confidence In the doctor's Instruc- to have some information from Rock' ivi Liuuni milt n . mo . "Tney aro no more my children than i iii.ii.-i- imu , .,, , castle county, concerning "Tomorow'a Sammies." This is a fine name for W n well sidestep the medicines. " P'ena they tasted like low life In a a club, but the County Agent does tragedy club is or who this winter unless America comes to fhlnese alley, ami I threw the whole not know where this th " : out, ofh,e wlm mr' organized it. their rescue. The funds b, which m"s Promising patlen American aid has been . feeding mil-. . , lecnii!e ho hnmlM out a rule thnt auu iui tuc nui.i iii'ija uaiv uu uui . THINK ABOUT may not stop and thus precipitate wasn't strictly necessnry. in Rockcastle Out of seventy-si- x "Spenklng of the unnttnlnnble, do what would amount to "a massacre of county only 15 havo reported clubs the Innocents" seven other great Amer-- . you know what's the matter with Sllns or any work relative to the Junior lean relief organizations have united Furbelow? He hns everything a man Club work. with Mr. Hoover's organization under could ask, a strnneer t In the 1.town ,,u "eauux" " ue V "" We would like to hear from the the name of the Euroian Hellef Coun- wo ' nd a wife who would be considered a sixty-on- e schools in the county. cli In a Joint appeal for funds. The success anywhere, other nnd he has festoons A letter, or an organized club report collaborating agsncles are the Ameri- of money where It will do the most can Bed Cross, the American Friends' from each teacher, would be appreci- Service Committee (Quakers), the good, I ated by the County Agent. If only Jewish Joint Distribution Committee, "Vet he 1ms n secret sorrow. six members can be gotten, a state the Federal Churches of Christ In think he's the most melnncholy man I charter will bo given the club. Who America, the Knights of Columbus, ever saw, and his trouble Is thnt ho can't raise n good stand of whiskers. A. unci the V. W. A. ever organizes or starts a club in the V, M. Nowadays, when whiskers nro considsixty-on- o school districts will these ered nn Infirmity, It seems strange CINCINNATI MARKETS. bo proud of it some day. Who will thnt nny man should grieve over such do it for tho sake of those who need a matter. Hay and Qraln. "He sends all over tho United Corn--N- o. it? 3 white 70071s. No. 3 yellow 7072e, No. 4 mixed 00007c, States for hair growers, and half the No. 3 mixed C070c. time his face Is blistered or swollen, MADISON and still the whiskers won't grow on Sound Hay Timothy per ton $20 Out of twenty schools in Southern 28.2.1, tlover mixed $19020, clover him. If some nlrneli happened, nnd Madison county only three have re KM he woke up some morning to find his 020. porjed clubs or any work rclativo to Onts No. 2 white GO031C. No. 3 countenance nil covered with .whiskers, I the Junior Club work. A report from white W0.-,Oe, No. 2 mixed l940Vic. he'd probably have them shaved ofl within n week; but because they won't tho remaining seventeen schools would Whent No. 2 red S2.0IW2.00. No. 3 crow, ho Won't be happy till he gotf bo appreciated. Each teacher in Rock red $:r2.02, No. 4 $1.9502. them." castle and Southern Madison has club Dutter, Enyj and Poultry. enrolment cards. Who will organizo . Weary of Whlrlwlnda. Butter Whole milk crenmory extras Club in these seventeen disa Junior "Vou don't seem to like the Idea ofl We; centralized extras 10c; firsts Hie. tricts in Madison? Club work of KgKS Extra firsts 01c. firsts 02c. a whirlwind onmpnlcn." 1920 will be reported soon. Watch "I bate the mere mention of It,"1 ordinary llrsts Cue. "Maybe tho paper. replied .Fnnner Corntossel. I.lvo Poultry Broilers. 2 lbs nnd fowls you'd find It hard to understand, nev-- j under SOe.Jryers over 2 3 llw nnd over 2Se, under 1 lbs 18c, er bavin' lived, ns I did. In n part of, OPPORTUNITY THAT'S WORTH tho country whero every onco In roosters 17c. WIIII.K awhile you hnve to get out nnd run Live Stock. Agricultural Club offers Tho Junior g, good to choice $3 for n cyclone cellar." nn opportunity to every boy and girl fair to good $0.5908, common to 010. between tho nges of 10 and 18 in the fuir $ 100.50, heifers, good to choice, Plenty of Time. United States. From the report givTeacher What, Hobby, you say yov common fulr to en nbovo thcro aro many communi- to fair $100, dinners $203, stock don't wnnt to bo president of tlx heifers $105. United States? ties which do not hnvo clubs. ltrlght Lad Not Just now, thanks Calves Good to dmlce S13013.W). Rural schools aro closing. January, generally fair to good $10013, common and largo If It's nil the same to you I'd ruthe February, and March aro wait until after n couple of moro elco cold and cause many people to spend $009. Hons. American Legion Weekly. Kfm.m rirwu! in riinim $4ifj rw fn! fire. What aro our to good ?2.fX)0l, common hours nround the '102t His Weak End. boys nnd girls going to do If they aro Iniubs, good to ihnlce $10.50011, fair "Itegglo Is going to tho country or not In school somowhero? Tho cold to good 5'J.W01U.OO. Saturday." Hogs Heavy $9.50010, choice pack days will come and go. Work time " "For u on tho farm will return. What has ers end butchers $10, medium $100 "Yes; his head's been botherliif 10.50, common to choice heavy lut been studied and thought out thru the sows $500.50, light shippers $10.50. him," lloston Transcript. cold winter days while sitting around pigs (110 lbs uud less) $9010.50, and studying of raising corn, pigs, poultry, potafoes, tomatoes, etc.' When a club Is started, organized and THE UNATTAINABLE cported lu the County gent, he re ports to the State College of AgriculrpiUCHK'S n spot on my back, ture nnd to the U. S. Department of the size of n postage Agriculture, which means Information stamp, aboutlins thnt been Itching nil day," on nil subjects will bo sent to those said the retired merchant, "nnd It lias en- who desire It. All club members caused me more evict limn im in.t rolled now will receive many Rooujnttnck of rheunintlsm I can't renrli things this winter. They will be It with either hand, nnd t hnve studying about the thing which they been backing up nxpect to do when spring nnd sumngnlnst every telemer comes. phone pole nnd Tho County Agent has all the ncc-- j gatepost, rubbing essnry application cards, enrolment like a horse with blanks nnd club buttons. Write to the mnnge. A him at once and start n club. You man of my social dq not 'havo to bo a teacher pr some nnd commercial standing doesn't specialist, but just a man, woman, look dtgnlflcf! boy or girl. while thus enOur Club Department will furnish gaged, but when economicommunity programs, both n ninn's back cal, educational nnd social. The club Itches, he hns to does not stop with growing corn, work defy tho conven pigs, etc., but It grows men nnd Vo-- 1 Hops, nnd get relief the best way he men. It prepares for farming, teach-- 1 cnn "I can understand Inst how It has . ing, etc. Who is seeking to do good? The worried you," snlij the hotelkeeper. you couldn't reach "The fact npportunity presents itself in the or- around nnd thnt clnw the Itching place ganization of n Junior Agricultural with your lingers kept the matter Club and promoting the same. fresh In your memory and got on your The County Agent at Bcrea would nerves. The pursuit of the unattaln-nbl- e nlwnys Is more Interesting to us be glad to furnish all necessary cards, blanks, buttons, etc., for the organiza Ihnn the ensler work close to hand, You had your whole person to scratch. tion of a club in his territory, Rock nnd might hnve bought n currycomb. nnd Madison County. castlo tor a quarter, and had a good time, but you couldn't he hnppy until you had reached the one Inaccosslblo spot, "A while ngo I Imagined I had Pleads for Europe's heart disease, and went nnd saw the SUCCESS SQUABS eP'in1ln(, Opportunity Is Well Worth Consider The oge of cattle can be approximated for Those Who Have Lofta ed closely by the nppenrnnce, developProduce Meat Quickly. ment and subsequent wear of their to second Incisor teeth, according Tho bnck ynrd poultry keeper cnn Formers' Bulletin 1000 Just Issunl by hnrdly. hope for success with turkeys, the United Slntes department of agri- geese.'ilucks or guineas, but for those culture. who hnve lofts over a gnrnge, stnble, Cattle hnve eight Incisor teeth, nil or conl shed, the opportunity for squab In the lower Jnw. In the calf nt birth growing Is well worth considering. Wo or more of the temporary or first For food purposes pigeons nre usu With the nllj- classed with poultry. Culturally Incisor teeth lire present. first month the entire eight Incisors they nre In n clnss by themselves, pnv have appeared. Kuril of the six singes during men! only, producing It very In the development of the teeth hi quickly, nnd nbie to produce well unshown In the bulletin by Illustrations der conditions flint do not ndmlt of which will be very helpful to the per-- ' growing nny other crenture used for son desirous of becoming proficient In food. Judging the nge of cuttle. While the Idrnl nrrangement for As the nniiuat nppronrlies two yenrs pigeons Is to hnve their houc on the of nge the center fair of temporary In- ground, nnd n small covered ynrd. culled n ''fly," connecting with It, pigeon keeping mny be cnrrled on Ittltu extensively In upper rooms or lofts, with or without opennlr fly. Mnny flocks of pigeons nro kept In Inrge cities In qunrters provided for them In the lofts or nn tho roofs of buildings used for merenntile nnd -' In a continually form, Is aftrr all and they who ar tlir mini In irnrnt art from II tlin moat and In turn slvr the most back to tin world sain Ufe, or ruthtr llf Kxperlments show (lint cooked rhubarb added to such fruits ns straw berries nnd raspberries mnkes n ptvserve of q 11 fino Itlni-bnrh n 1 1 1 y Helpless Children ,o (1) Internal Face of Inettora of Calf,1 (3) At Three (2) At Two Years. Years. (4) At Four Years, (5) At Five Year. (8) At Twelve Year. clsor teeth or pinchers nre replaced by the permanent pinchers, which at two years attain full development. f At from two and to three years the permanent first Intermediates ore cut and are usually fully developed at three years. f years the secAt three and ond Intermediates or laterals arc rut, They arc on a level with the first Intermediates and begin to wear at four one-halone-hal- U'lng common nnd cheap, while the berries nre not nhvnjs so. It Is sugges tion north tuning. This mixture mny dike plnce after the fruits nre cooked, lint of course the ivstilt will be bet ter If tinfh ore cooked together whi-frcli. Use one port of the berries to tvto pnrtof rlnibtirb. The rlitibnrb Is not nt nil notlcenble, ns the (tavor of the other fruit Is so much htgliiT. Snve nil Julres from canned fruit, In the Jar; if but n tnhh'sponiiful mixed wllh two or three of some oilier llnvor, one will hnve enough to llnvor n pudding tnuce, lemonade or baked apples. Put the few spoonfuls of horsepilnotcs. radish left In the glnss Into the pickle A spnee six feet sqtinrc nnd high Jitr to keep the vinegar in good lluvor. enough for the attendant to stand Sprinkle dried brend crumbs over ten erect will ncconrnodnte eight to string bentis cooked fur the table, then pnlrs of pigeons for squnb breeding, add paprika nnd celery snlt for seathe poultry specialists In the United soning. Slntes department of ngrlculturc say. When tin I f nn onion baa been ued, The birds mote nnd begin breeding turn the cut side down on n small when six to seven months otd. The ptnle. nnd It will keep freh for days. male shnres with the hen the duty of A bunch of parsley. If washed nnd In young hntch htcubntlon. The put Into mason Jnr. scnled about 17 dnys. At four weeks old. will keep fresh snd crisp for two average squabs will weigh nbout weeks. I,enve enough wnter clinging of a pould each. Some of the to the leaves to keep them moist. Inrgcr ones will weigh over a pound nt Apple Juice nnd pulp combines well thnt nge. with mnny fruits nnd berries, extendA good pair of breeders will produce ing the delicate flsvor of choice fruit six or seven or msre pnlrs of squabs n nnd reducing the cost which might otherwise be prohibitive. A slice of plnenpple will flavor a large dish of milder fruit; so will quinces and ornnces combine with opines for mnrinnlnile. Apple Juice wllh pencil or cherry, strawberry or other fruits which nro hnrd to thicken, mnkes very good Jelly which would otherwise be slrupy Cranberry Juice Is nnother giwxl fruit extender; ndded to fresh strawberries It makes n beautiful and tasty preserve. .Strawberries, when ennned, often loc their color, hut wllli cranberries this Is overcome. 11 lst 11 nlr-tlgh- three-quarter- s f to five years the corner teeth are replaced, the animal at five years having the full complement of Incisors with the corners fully developed. At five to six years there Is n leveling of the permanent pinchers, the pinchers usually being leveled nt six and both pnlrs of Intermediates partially leveled and the corner Incisors one-hal- years. At four nnd Runt Cross ana White Runt (Female.) yeah As many as , ,.,, ,, S .ViSSi. 1 ' showing wear. From seven to eight the pinchers In cities In recent years. On farms are noticeably worn ; from eight' to nine the tendency has been the other way. If the middle palrs and by ten years On a farm a flock of free pigeons. Innot kept down by killing off tho the corner teeth. After six years the arch gradually crease, soon becomes a nuisance, deloses Its rounded contour and becomes stroying grain and doing a grent deal nearly straight by the twelfth year. of damage, especially on In the meantime the teeth havo be ground. come triangular In shaic, distinctly separated, and show the progressive PLAN TO CARRY LIVE FOWLS wearing to stubs. Bird Wrapped In Cornucopia of New, paper and Olven Plenty of Air BUTTERFAT TESTS NEGLECT Is Quite Content. new-seede- d 11 pairs of squabs have been produced by one pair In n year. When production Is high the female lays and begins Incubation while she has young still In tho nest, lenvtng the care of them to her mate. Raising squnbs hns been Increasing the roll to rest on the nrru. The bird has plenty of air and seemingly Is content In Its peculiar position. PURE BREEDS ARE PAMPERED Supposition That Common Fowls Art Most Hardy Is Erroneoua Only Strongest Survive. The supposition that common fowls aro hardier than pure breeds Is not borne out by the facts. Those who hatch chicks of the common kinds lose i large number of them, only thtV' strongest surviving, and every year they are more nod more Inbred. The pure breeds suffer from being pampered by their owners In many Instances, In which cases they do not compare favorably with common fowb SMALL START FOR BEGINNER - Simple Is Comparatively Operation Where Proper Facilities Are Available. Mnny dairymen maintain milk record sheets continuously nnd well, hut thev full short on doing the dairying slputh work up brown, In that they neglect to make frequent and rcgulai butterfat tests of their milk. This chemical operation Is relatively simple where the proper fncllltlei are available nnd every farmed wlib n little practice will be nble to gel accurate and dependable results from Its use. A simple, tmndpower test outfit Is Inexpensive and will pay for Itself In a few months In t lie Increased efficiency which attends 111 use. Itnh-coc- a a Carrying live fowls In n cornucopia of newspapers. In the mnnner of carrying n bouquet. Is n good Idea. The bird Is In Id down on the paper nnd the legs straightened out on n line with the tall; the wlngM nre held In position nt the sides. The newspaper Is then rolled nro mid the bird, mnklng a cornucopia, nnd the lower end Is twisted, which leaves tho upper end open. When currying the bird In this manner, the twisted end of the cornucopia, held In the hunil, allowing 8sfeit bark Plan for Those About to Em. In Poultry Builneti Many Hard Problems. j it The sofest way for those who are nbout to mnkc their first nttrmpt at poultry raising Is to stnrt In a small woy with n few fowls and learn the before making business thoroughly Mistakes wilt be large Investments. mode and many difficult problems will be presented for solution before success In any large measure will be "THE AMERICAN RED IN 77Z ,' V.T') ' ' I PEACE TIME CROSS.ftf 1 He.ltli Promotion ' ill DAIRY NOTES If II jjtf 111 H Mfc Love for your work Is the key tc your success. Leurn to love yout cows. Tho season of the fly pests, .wlilct) make life miserable for stock during the summer, Is on. little; Cattlo-r-Steer- S9, good-$00- If It pays to raise calves at all II pays to feed and enre for them from ' the day they ure born. Knch calf should be fed separately, carefully regulating the umount ot milk by the size of tho calf. Do not mix new, warm cream with cold cream until It has been cooled la the shotgun can provided for this purpose. week-end?- Use a metallic strainer. It Is practically Impossible to keep cloth strainers sweet and clean and free from bacteria. tli Is nt the foundation of human hupplness. Through Its Iturnl Serf1' llenlih Nunilng Service and Health Center Service, tho Amcrlcun lied Crosi uIiiin greutly to strengthen thU foundation uud to draw more cljjly Ihnn ever the neighborly ties thnt bind the American people together. IWr) Is shown u lied Cross Public Health nurse attending a young mother with a brund new buby, M'olug thut both receive scientific cure. I leu Ice, I'uhllc ember 30, 1020 THE CITIZEN Page Seven wwwwwwwwwa stmrsawoL Lesson it) n. iikv d. d., Teacher of Kngllsh IIIM In the Moody lllble Inalltul of Chlcxo.) I(Ol Ul. I'ntnn ) In the Pharisee's House By REV. L. W. GOSNKI.L Assistant Oran Moods lllbie lute. Chicago. Instl-' How to Live Longevity r. Common Sense Comment oa Health. Happiness and Wtrn Nwipf w Dy GEORGE LESSON FOR JANUARY 2 THE CHILD AND THE KINGDOM. I.KRSON TKXT-M-ML ll:Mi (lOI.DKN TKXT-Whos- oer therefore hull humble himself thin IIm), he Mtne hnll be Krmlut In the king t:t, Jom of hesveh.-Mn- tt. KKKKItKNCK MATKftl At Mark 111 11 IX Use J.3MS, I IIIMAItV TOPIC-flo-d'a Cure for Utile OilMren. Jl NIOIl TOPlC-Cl- od Car. for Ua. INTBIIMKDIATK AND HKNIOIl TOPIC ltelKinlblllty for the Vounier and Weaker TOlN(J PKOPI.R AND ADUI.T TOPIC --Our UcKnttlllty for Childhood. rKXT And ne went Into the Pharisee house, nnd sat down lo meat And, behold, a womiin In trie city, which was a sinner, when ane snew that Jesus sat at meat In the Pharisee's house, brought an alabaster bos ot ointment. I.uke I: We speak often of Christ' con desienslon In dealing with Hie dograded. Hut bow iniirh more irrnce A ' A.M, M Oosrrlfbl IIIU. F. BUTLER. D. r tateraaUonal PreM Bareas MENTAL HABITS. ciJ, I. The Oreateit In the Kingdom of Heaven (vv. 1 The. dlwlples' question-- (r. 1). The promise given to Peter In connection with the announcement of his purpose to Imllil the rliurcli, ntul the puy-Inof trllititc with the money In the IMi'a tnoutli, provoked Jealousy on the purt of the other disciples. The transfiguration scene rcveiiletl the divine Iktmiii anil the program of the kingdom, Seeing that the klneilom whb to come to n iillrntlon. despite the tragedy of the cross, the dlsclpleg thought It hest to hnve nettled the place of mnk In the kingdom. Their hehnvlor betrnjed their mil! stateof lienrt. In tend of entering Into sympathy with Jesus In Hie dnrk hour of hU passion, they were supremely concerned with the dignities to he conferred tion themselves. S. Jesus answer (vv. He tnught them concretely hy placing u little child In their, midst (1) Condition of entrance Into kingdom (v. 3). He showed them that the great question which concerned them Is as to whether they nre really In the kingdom. Their behavior revealed the fact that they needed conversion hefure I hey could enter Into the kingdom. Itefore they could even nee, much Its enter Into the kingdom, they must he horn from ahove (John 3 VI, 5). Into the kingdom Is Infinitely more Important than rank therein. (2) Whosoever "possesses childlike humility I the grenlcst (v. 4). The child Is detteiideiit, lowly, and modest. Those who have heen horn again con verted, have these characteristics. The principle which determines mnk In the kingdom li lowliness of henrt. In the kingdom we rise hy inking. The way Is down. The more one real lies his 0W11 unw'orthluivs, the more worthy he Is of the divine favor and trust. II. The Lord's Identification With Hit Dellevlng Ones (vv. 1. Receiving the believer In Christ's receiving Christ (v. .'). name l Through conversion we hecome God's children, untl so completely Is our life Interwoven with ills that He regards treatment of us u.i treatment of Him self Those who welcome Into fellow-shi- p the lowly believer welcome Christ. If this were fully realized It would sanctify our relationship with hellev ere In Christ. Itcccptlu'ti of believers Include all form of sympathy and aid. To do this In Christ's name Is to open our hearts to receive Mini. r 2. The awful peril of causing a To stum-hito scumble (vv. means to give occasion for a moral fall. The particular reference was to the carnality and selfishness which was exprvxslng Itself In their contenSuch spirit tion for and behavior would stifle the tender life of a hube In Christ. Their bebut a havior was not only tumbling block to others. Kvery Christian should solemnly Inquire as to whether his life would help or binder Mm fellow believers. Am I helping someone to u higher level, or am I pulling him down to a lower! To so sin against Christ's own Is to meet a sure and awful fate. Ills doom will be worse than drowning In the sea with u millstone urouml hi neck; It will be eternul tire (v. 8). III. Believers Are Especially Cared For by the Heavenly Father (vv. 10-- 1). 1. They are tinder nngelle guardianship (v. 10). So precious Is ,the believer In God's sight that angelic messengers have access to the very throne of (Jod, even beholding his fine. So high is the honor hestuwed upon believers that the highest angels nro sent to guard Ilium. 2. Tine Son came especially to save such from their lost condition (vv. II 11). The lleuvenly Father does tint will tlml uny one of theso should perish, They ate the objects of the Father' seeking love. The salvation of the humble believer has been secured by the Ineitriiutlnn nnd the snirlllte of the Hood Shepherd. Since Hod tels wicli vulue upon even the lowest believer, we should ho limit careful In our manner of llfo before, Ihei" mid In our treatment of them. e self-Injur1 Worship and Culture. Worship mid culture, of necessity, go ham! In hand. There can be uo such thing ns true culture upurt from i he relitrion of our dear Lord and Suvlor. Jesus Christ. The funilaincnt-- J al principles of true culture tiro en shrined forever In the Sermon on the Mount, thu ten beatitudes of the Lord Jesus. Society, npurt from the Foun tain hem. of (Irate, tun display to the world .ntliliii: better thmi a rcilue- inenl which is, at best n veucef. Rev. Henry Lowndes Drew. No one earn pes trouble, so whatever may lie your condition you hnve no monopoly In suffering. You hnve your compensation. Don't whine ant! get the complaint habit. "Make the best rn' of things." This homely phrase rs. In his after all. the shibboleth of life. It Is down to meiit inn the faculty of seeing some good of Pharisee's nojie' drnwlng irome Inspiration from the Christ' Love for most hidden source, that makes life Pharisees. etiilurnblc, that glorifies IL Life Is He culled the plensnnt or unpleusant, hard or easy, "viI'll a r I sues according to the way you look at It, pers," nnd asked the way yon think of life. Thoughts they could govern action, and he who governs his how tin. dam thoughts Is master of his destiny. Destiny Is not nbout you, hut within very nni"' you. Healthful, This hopeful, optimistic wltb thoughts nre essential to strong minds who dines him refers to him. contempt, as "this mlin. and bodies. and answers a iiueMlon of Jesus with Worry Is one of the very bod menin Indifferent. "I suiise." Hut V tal hnhlts; It Injures beyond repair "He certain cells of the hrnln; and the W. Kobertsnn has well Mild: lighted I'harlsniMn with Irony nnd brain being the nutrient center of the errlble Invective. Hut to the actual body, the other organs become graduliving Pharisee, how tenderly did He ally Injured, nnd when some disease espress himself! 'Simon, I have some of these orgnns or a combination of So far as them nrlscs, death finally ensues. Thus whnl In say unto ll.ee. lie Is u man. he Is nn object of lie mny the bnhlt of worrying kill. Only Unite pity mid tenderness." too often mental habits are morbid How unlikely to find n woman In their nature, nnd consequently cast a Pharisee's a morbid Influence upon the physical "which wns a sinner" In house! The secret Is found In the system over which they rule. ..spestatement: "When the knew tbm cially Is this true when our minds nre Jesus sat nt ment In the I'hnrlseeV centered on the Involnnlnry functions house, she brought nn alabnster bn of the body. A man who has his mind While Simon would constantly upon his digestion will soon of ointment." have scorned such n creature lest he have Indigestion. Nature purposes tn contaminate him. the sinless Son ot run her own machinery, nnd when we law has undertake tn supplant II by humnn ' Man welcomed her. The only iiiuilcmtuMlon for sinners, nut plans or artificial ways-wdestroy the the gniee of f!od brlngeth jtnlvnllim. natural process nnd disease results. Thinking of what Is eaten during or It Is evident this wns not the worn mi's nrst meeting with the Snvlor nfter menls Is a dangerous prnetlcc. nnd If continued until It becomes a When speaking of her, Jeus Miys "Mer sins, which are tunny nre for- habit will he a grenter obstacle In the way of curing nny disease of the stotn-ncgiven." literally, "have been forgiven' (v. 17). I'erluip she had heard him than any other factor. A perf-pwho suffers pain, and say: "Come unto me all ye that lahot nnd nre heavy laden." or slmllat suffers his mind to revert to It constantly, establishes a nerve, Imblt of words, and through faith her iln pnln, ant! the sense of pain grows, were washed away. Hence, she now seeks him out. cvei while the capacity to endure pain lessTjhere enn be no grenter calamIn Simon's house, olid Jakes her place ens. ity to chronic Invalids than that they nt Ills feet as he reclines nt meal Standing there, her tears of penitence get together nnd tell their nllments to and gratitude begin to How. falling each other. Such n course Is but nursing dlsense and rendering It less curumn his feet. Then, as If bet ver down able. It should always be the aim to tears might defile him. she her hair, although It was a shnm? foi cultivate reverse habits of' expression tn those we feel during III a woman to he seen with dlshcejed hair, mid wipes his feet. Not onlj ness. Sickness is not the least of the It Is the time so. she covered them with kisses, as opportunities In life. the wonl Implies, nnd nnolnied them for reflection. It does not come by acfrom a cruse of precious olntmeni cident usually, but Is the effect of a cause, llenson nnd reflect upon the which hung nbout her neck. cause rather than the effect. The brenk How moving, to recall thnt this ver olntmeni may have been pyrchnsei' In the wrong modes of living tahlch wltli the price of her shame! The Is present affords the best to change the bad mental habits tnw forbiid n strange woman tn bring her" hire Into the house of the LorC and n stnrt In better ways. Many people go Into society Just for for any vow (Dent. 2.1:18). hut tin Ion! of the hou'-- allows the penitent the purpose of telling their aches and n. pains nnd troubles. Such people should to pour It uin Ids very per-oSimon Is sure now that Clinst Is m be sent to the pest house nnd kept In ' quarantine until they are cured; they prophet, for he (Iocs not know th woman Is n sinner. Jesus slnrtles him are ns untouched by the myriad hnppy Influences of life ns the mole Is hy the hv showing be knows his ver thoughts, nnd "answering" lliem gives light of n slur or the tlnsh of a comet. I him the illustration of the two debt They say "No one Is ns had off ns nrs: Simon confesses that the out am." - Their salutation Is nlwnys one forgiven most will love the moi that plunges nt once Into the condition or liver, stomach, Jeus npplles the Illustration directly of the ailment. Forget nerves, Don'tsome get It! hud no water for Christ's feel bodily Simon woman washed them with her the hnhlt of talking about sickness but the ' you you meet. tear and wiped them with her hair with aevery one conversation Can't elemore topic of kiss for lilV uest. bin find Simon had no vating than that of your aches and the woman klsed Ills feet. Simon tVoublesT had nn oil. which wns cheap, for pains and Cheerfulness Is to the body whnt Christ's feet, but the woman nnolnteil Mence with sunshine Is to vegetation. them with precious ointment. "Wherethee, her sins, which a person who Is In search of health, 1 sny unto fore the essential tiling to do Is to cultivate are many, are forgiven, for she loved cheerfulness, hopefulness, courage, and much: but to whom little Is forgiven, not allow one's self to think of his Ills, the same loveth llltli'. And he said much less to talk about them, except unto her, Thy sins nre forgiven." to tho.e who muy find It necessary to After nil. the woman wn no longer know them In order to properly direct n "sinner" but n lover of the Savior MOW TO LIV1X Simon, If he had only known It bis life. I.KAIIN And In his sins. He did not love wns still Keep I bo nests clenn nnd well litChrM. becnu'c he had never been tered. ,,ovpr ,P'",b forgive". f"" '1P e Mercy for Prodigals. Outlier eggs frequently and keep Twain wrote a story In which Mark them In n cool place. ho sntlrlred the affection lavished upe on n prodigal tn. while n I) rend and milk mnkc nn excellent boy was nllowed tn struggle on unaided.1 We know thai sympathy Is feed for young goslings. oiuellme' sentimental and maudlin Feed a ration with Hut vto nie glad. too. that the divine-neif mercy Is not therefore oh (Plenty of variety and If possible give sciired. "Jny slmll be In heaven nve free range. e one sinner Hint repenleth more than Kggs to be preserved should bo over ninety nnd nine Just persons And If strictly fresh, clenn, unwashed, firm which need no repentance." men complain of Ibis. Jesus says, as and free from cP'S'i recorded lust before till story (I.uke cnuse. of disease The deepest-roote7:.W: "Wisdom Is Jiitltlcd of all bet children." Is Hint overworking of the. bruin mid We need not be "prodlgnls" to be of the nervous system, come gnwt lovers of ChrlM. Kneh which nre the necessary consequences ilepihs of sin ml of their Intense activity. Hetice. heart knowa lt own and the saints contend nervous prostration, nervous dyspepunbelief, milling IbemM'lvcs ns lo which has sia, consumption, Ilrlght's disease, nnd In n heen most forgiven nnd as to which Inntimemhlo other timitidies. r therefore should love most. word, the American often works Note, the woman was not forgiven to ilea lb. e bccnuo she loved, but hived because she wns forgiven. .Testis said: "Th 1'lny Is the grent hnrmonlzer of the faith built snvetl iheo,' not her love. human faculties nnd Me hbls her. "Ho In (or. Into) pence." muilo Inharmonious by lubor. It Is the ns Into it. I't'w region of life and Agency (but keeps alive nnd In healthy hlessedness. activity thu faculties mid sympathies Men said of Christ, complalnlngly which work falls to use or helps man recelveth sinners." Mow to repress. This It Is tho conservator of ouly so cun he receive us I blessed for moral, mental, and physical health. - f, m ''l,'n'ri' sitting 1 - Unemployed men In Vienna, wncre economic conditions University of Moscow In military drill, which Is compulsory. been bought by President Wilson. are distressing. 2 Stale nnd femnlc students of 3 Fairbanks residence In Washington which hns half-velle- d NEWS REVIEW OF CURRENT EVENTS Harding's Plan for Association of Nations Reaching Definite Form. MORE CABINET PREDICTIONS e Dawes May Head Commission to Reor. ganlze Government Service House Paste Farmer' Relief Tariff Bill Scandal in Coal Price Uncovered. W. PICKARD. conferHnrdlng's ences at Marlon with the "bca minds," though by no means ended, seem to have resulted In the crystallizing of ceVtalu of his tMilldes Into definite form. Of course the two Hint nrouse the greatest pulfllc Interest nre. thoe relutlng to foreign nffnlrs nnd the League of Nations, nnd to the plan for reorganizing the nation's business nnd estnbllshlng It on n more economic basts. In discussing an asoclatlon of nations, there Is no evidence that Mr, Hnrdlng has converted to his own views such Irreeoncllables as Senators Borah nnd Heed, or even Mr. Bryan. vhose Invitation to Murlon aroused the ribald laughter of the paragraph-ers- . But Mr. Harding seems tn have brought his theories Into form fit for presentation to the world. According to whnt Is mi hi tobe uuthoritntlve Information, he believes the first approach to the fomiutlon of his "association of nations" should be to obtain the nssent of the five lending nations, the United States, Great Britnln, France. Itnly and Jnpnn, his theory being Hint, once these nations hnve Joined, the other nutlona will fall In line. The basis of tills association Is to )e a world court to deal with Justiciable questions. Mr. Mnrdlng holds that no association of nations can succeed without the Indorsement of the leaders of public thought. In America and elsewhere, and that these leaders must rench, agreement In the essentials, leaving details to he settled later; that nil governing feutures must be eliminated from the assoclntlon, each nation remaining free to make Its own decisions; that the agreement must be specific enough, to prevent the possibility of an offensive and defensive military alllnnce of the five great powers, and the assoclntlon of nations Itself must place all nnttons on an equal footing In the presentation of their views on matters of world policy. By EDWARD President-elec- t lts e . s m d On. Charles Gates Dawes, the Chicago banker, who Is suld o he the leading probability for'appolutmeiit as heud of a commission to reorgnnlzo the government service, was ono of the week's visitors In Marlon nnd espetalked with tho president-elec- t cially on tho reduction of governmental expenses nnd Its relation to taxaAfter tho Interview General tion. Dawes said : "I found thnt Senator Harding already knew more than I did concerning this, and thnt tho effort to reorganize the government upon an economical IiiinIs Is one of the tasks to which he proposes to devote himself most energetically. From conversation with him It Is evident thnt ho has lids great and nueded reform constunt-lIn bis mind. Considering that no continued and firm effort lias been made, this determination of to make this retho President-elec- t form one of his first efforts, mentis Hccotnpllshcil." thnt It will y here-tofor- o 1 him-vel- over-stnilne- d . Senator and Mrs. Hnrdlng are going to Florida next mouth to spend several weeks as the guests ut Senaof Now Jersey. tor Frellnghuysen Possibly before they start utiuouiire-uieu- t of the selections for the cabinet It Is believed Ml. will be iiiatle. Harding's first choice for secretary of Mate now Is either Senator Knox or Charles Hvmis Hughes, nnd thnt If Mr I luges declines he will be appoint D'AnnunzIo's proclaimed state ot wnr between his FJumo government nnd Itnly hns hecome an established fnct, for the Italian government has begun the siege of Flume and hostilities hnve broken out. After a blockade had been Instituted, the poet was given n few hours to turn the city over to the Italian commander. Me was as' defiant ns eVer anil military operations ngnlnst him were begun by both, The most Important action by the land nnd sen forces. D'Annunzto for-- , house of representatives during the bade the population of Flume to leave, week wns the passage of the farmers' the 'city nnd decreed thnt anyone relief hill, which Imposes it high speaking ngnlnst him wns liable to he emergency tariff on more than twenty shot. The government nt Home was agricultural products, the decline In still hopeful of bringing nbout the rethe price of which Is attributed by tirement of D'AnnunzIo from the disthe farmers In part to competition puted city without much bloodshed. with ImportntlorTs. The mensjtre wns Me Is said to hnve only about 6,000 passed by a vole of 100 to SO. party troops. lines being broken. What the senate The will do with It Is problematical. "Peace In Ireland by Christmas" senate llnuncv committee will take It could not be accomplished, nnd the up after the holidays, nnd It may he week was marked by n great many killed by u prolonged discussion. The murders, raids nnd bloody fights. In commodities to which the new duties various parts ot the Island. On would be applied are wheat, Hour, Thursday the British military forces corn, beans, peanuts, potatoes, onions, occupied the Dublin city ball and murice, lemons, cottonseed nnd soyn nicipal offices, ousting the corporation bean oils, cattle, sheep, lambs, mut- olllclnls, who hnve been active supton nnd lnmb, and wool and Its manuporters of the dall elreann or Irish factures. parliament, nnd thus dislocating the. entire business of the city. The selz-- . y Justice Stufford In Washington has ure of the city buildings was' a measure for the protection of tnken under advisement the plans of the "Big Five" packing concerns for the cnstle, which Is Rut a few feet awny. the disposal of their flnanOlnl InterDespite the gloomy situation, the ests In the large stock yards and will give his decision Immediately nfter prospects were said to be fairly At the conclusion of bright for early restoration of order. the holidays. the arguments he more than Intimat- One sign of weakening on the pa,rt of ed that unless the packing companies the Sinn Felners wns the collapse of nnd the Individual "members of the the railway strike ngnlnst the carryThis Armour, Swift nnd Morris families ing of munitions or troops. can give ,proof- - within a few weeks strike had been going on for seven that they are actually divesting them- months and the operating forces of selves of their stock In the stock yards the railways had been so depleted by and terminal railroads he will adopt dismissals that railway service was the government's plnn nnd appoint a gradually approaching the vanishing point. Flnnlly realizing that this was receiver for the securities. harming only Ireland, and that many were suffering for The" senute committee that has been towns and districts men hnve returned Investigating the price of coul last food supplies, the what to work, promising to carry anything. week accidentally uncovered scandal. Another thing that may weaken the looks like a sensational cause If it la carried George 11. Cushlng, general mnnuger "republican" Into effect Is a plan to ask the Irish of the American Wholesale Coal Dealreferendum, people by a formal ers' association, was being questioned 'whether they arc willing to carry the as to those who took profits In the home-rul- e act Into operation Instead hnndllng of coal. He mentioned the of accepting as final the Sinn Fein railroads, miners, the operators, the refusal. The proposition has been the wholesale denjers, the retnllers, submitted to the prime minister. The and then added," "and officials of the home-rulact became a laff last wClto, United States government who got of lords having accepted Into the coal business." Mr. Gushing the house amendments made to the bill-bto stop there, but the committee all the tried the commons. Several amendment was Insistent and drew from him the one ere-- , government officials, mnde by the lords, Including nssertlon thnt. atlng senates for both the northern taking advantage of advance Informaparliaments, had been tion on the fuel stringencies obtained and southern '1 positions, de- accepted by the commons. In their confidential t I clared themselves In on the boosting and "cleaned up" millions. received by the Greeks Constnntlne, Me told the committee of one Inwith loud ncclalm, Is again estabstance In which government officials lished on his throne and Is even plancleared n profit of $075,000 on the ning n visit to his u nny In Asia Minor, sale of 450,000 tons of coal. Me stated If tho great powers permit. Tho dlp- that he wns offered a share amounting louiatlc representatives of tho allies to over $100,000 to participate In the ' In Athens did not lenvo tho country, deal but declined. Tlfere were many hut refrained from participation In oilier such Instances, lie told the comthe king's reception. Premier Lloyd Me supplied the committee mittee. George Is weakening a trifle and In with the name of thu ringleader, who the house of commons opposed hasty man. Me action In ulterlng the treaty of Sevres Is snld to be u dollar-n-yen- r added that mllroud olliclals and labor In favor of the Turks and ngnlnst tho leaders who had to do with the han- Greeks. Me advocated going warily dling of coal frequently managed to with regard to the Greeks, bb thero get a "rnkeoff." might be explanations of their recent The disgust with which the public uctlon. reads this sort of thing Is heightened by the Information that graft prosecuAlthough Trotzky vvas quoted retions probably cannot be Instituted cently to thu effect that tho soviet govbecause the coal bundled by tho rtntf ernment of Russia was plunnlng uo was not sold to the government. Thu further military oH'rutlons uud would senate committee planned to make turn all Its energy toward economic tho reconstruction, late dispatches from public, nfter full Investigation, names of all olllclnls who have engaged Tlllls Indicate thnt the Russian BolIn coal deals, mid the contempt with shevists nre plunnlng u campulgn to which they will be regarded by their wipe out tho republic of Georgia. fellow citizens will be some punMi-menThero are henvy concentrations ot troops on the Georgian borders aud In Later In tho week correspondence nearby ports of the Black tea, end a from tho National Coul association's Bolshevist army that has been operatfiles, seized by order ot the commiting along the Armenian frontier Is tee, wns read. It Included n letter moving toward Georgtu. presl-(lesent out hy Col. D. H. Wrentz, Tho soviet government of Armenia of tho nssoclatlon, stating thnt litis annulled ull foreign loans, "espewith rail- cially the American Joan," according the nssoclatlon, road officials and the Interstate com tq a dispatch from Coustantliopla. posl-tlomill-tnre cohl-prlc- e t. ed chief Justice of the Supreme court us Chic Justice White probably will retire within the yenr. Other selections held likely are George M. Reynolds of Chicago for secretary of the treasury, Henry Wnlluce of Iowa for secretary of agriculture, former Senator Weeks for secretnry of the nnvy, nnd Charles M. Schwnb for secretary of commerce. It Is believed, nlso, that Herbert Hoover Is certain to be In the cnblnet. The nppolntment of Mr. Reynolds to the treasury It Is said, would be very grateful to the business and financial men of the country, who hnve n high opinion of his ability and merce commission, had prevented the appointment of n federal fuel administrator, but thnt It Would not be able to prevent some sort of government control mucli longer unless the operators quit charging such extortionate prices. , Page Eight THE CITIZEN Two other patients were not able to-leave their rooms, but were periodically advised by whispering noiseless General College News The convocntlonal oxefcisos for the nutunin quarter of Garrett Biblical Institute wilt l)c held Wednesday afternoon, Dec. 15. The servico will be in the nature, of a commemorative nervlce In connection with the three hunrdedth anniversary of tho landing of tho Pilgrims. Dr. William E. Harton, pastor of the First Congrcgn-tlonChurch, Oak Park, will make tho address and his subject will be "Oiir HerltARO in the PilgTim Spirit " Northwestern Christian Advocate. al Berea College Alumni Association Removing a Great Pyramid of SUlt (This space belongs lo the Alumni AmocIaI ion of lieres College. Arllclm, new Items snri person! teller frrin gnulii-tr- s messengers. will e ptihllahrtl In full or ir .TW sbttrscl every week. The Alumni Kriltor, Srcy. M, K. Vaughn, Dorrs ColMr. Taylor had Just reculved a lege, Hcrra, Ky.. will foe ptcsned lo recel any citmnmilcatton ol Intern' dozen new Rodcheavcr records, which from member of the Association.) also added to tho pleasure of tho Gato City, Va., ent lime I Mil superintendent of the evening. It was a great evening for Dec. 20, 1020 horn 4 high school, and also a member all visitors and patients alike and of Uo Virginia state legislature. will long remain a deliRhtful memory. My dear Mr. Vaughn: A1 to thil young "Bobbles" and In response to your Inquiry of reEARLY MORNING CAROLS cent date, I wish, first of all, to con- "Stifles", I cln proudly sponk for one If 'Goldsmith immortalized the fess that my neglect to keep In "BoMilo"' better known It, tho family "sweet sounds at evening's close" In touch with Berea and especially the as nobcrt Hy, Jr. Of course I could his "Deserted Village," then Profes members of my own class, has been end o you n fine editorial on this sor Edwards has surely Immortal Indeed shameful: and excuses would bah'., but It might make some other ized the "opening hours for Christ- only tend to make the matter worse. fnth irs nnd mothers feel badly, so Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn mas morn" by his mystic band of However, I trust that It will not be will Just ask you to reserve room No, construed to mean that my lovo for 204, Pearson Hall for him in 1035. Porter received an announcement that sweet singers here in Berea. In numM-- s, Tcmploton i.nd I expect to atThe chorus, twenty-thre- e Berea and the memories of four years a daughter had como to their home. ber, seemed even better than last of college life have nil faded. tend the Commencement orferrlscs They now have a son anil a daughter. Mrs. Porter is remembered as Miss year, nnd from 3:30 n. m to 0:30 As Is true with hundreds of othur next spring, nt which tlmo wo hope Frcdia Rosche, secretary to our Col- their beautiful enrols brought afresh Berea boys, tho four years sltico grad- to iieet with tunny old friends an'? lege Secretary, and one of Bcrea's to our minds tho celestial slngcra of uation hnvo been eventful ones for enjof tho prtgress which Berea has the Judenn hills on that first Christ me. The first, I gnve to Army Y. M. mad.t sinco 1917. finest musicians. Ti e Cltlzcr Is n part ef our "dally Mr. Porter was graduated from Be- mas morn. C. A. Service, and then n year with The hospitals, the dormitories, the U. S. Marines. After this mat- bren.i" down horc In Vlrglnln. Do; rea College, was n Y. M. C. A. secretary In Youngstown, Ohio, a soldier West End, the hotel, and tho streets rimony looked like a tame and peace- not jver let .1 stop. With kind llcrsonnl regards nnd the In France, and is now in the real! that "look toward the hills" nil shared ful pursuit, so I went back to old estate business In Youngstown. His in this musical treat nnd were not Kentucky, which Is noted for such, season's greetings, I am, Yourt. most cordially, little farm In Ohio gave him a half unmindful of the sacrifice on the part and took unto myself one of her of these sweet singers. The editor beautiful women, Miss Agnes RichR. R. Templeton dozen profitable oit wells. forgotten. They were deClass of 1917 Dean Edwards returned last week were not ardson, Class of 1917. At the pres. from Florida, where ho spent a lighted to be awakened by tho joyous, sioni- - and strsngc words, ns 0'Henry'n month. He Is much Improved In soulful songs of these fine spirited of Conversation nnd Stevenson's are. And In toad The health and will take up his work In evangels of the Christmas message. At tho journey's 'end all were Ing 'hesc. not n word whose meaning Foundation School again. breakfasted at the Taylor's on steam- Hy Miss Katherine Ilaydcn, Assistant Is l:zy In our minds should le Carol Edwards lias relumed from A rvmiirtiiitilf view of one of i lie emit pyramid of twill In the fainou ing hot coffee nnd crumb loaf. AfProfessor of English Literature passed over until Its meaning Is clear salt field lit Sun I'Vrnniulo, Spain The men nre currylnc tln fnlt to a barrel-- I a ten days' visit with friends In Delthree-hou- r walk nnd sing In a ter a Berea College aware, and Marion, Ohio. nt hiiiim nenr liy At Sun Kernunilo, unit water from the iKfiin Is let Into to II. In nndlng of this sort wo of eighteen degrees unconsciously familiarize ourselves rvnporntltij: ImiK by means of dyke gates. Paul Edwards, who has a position temperature and When we speak of tho art, It Is with a large and ndequatc vocabu witli tho Ohio Gas and Fuel Co., lo- above zero, the radiant scout from itnckNonvlllf, ulio iiinile a HUTCIIINS' WEL lilg lilt by hrlncliig n iniilley nuxirt-iiu'i- it cated at Loudenville, 0, visited his tho warmth of reception were deeply of music, of painting, of poetry thnt lary which sfill bo at our service PRESIDENT appreciated. COME TO THE NEW STUDENTS we aro thinking usually. And yet whc:i wo nee. I It. parents, Dean and Mrs. Edwards, over of miiHcotK, liicliiilliig nn litiga"And as I mount up the hill, (Continued from Pago One) wo touch hardly a phase of lifo which tor, a land turtle mid Mx, mwU-x- , mm Christmas. Bt.t wo sh.ill never need It until The music In my heart I bore, To hlrr. that ovorcomcth, to him of them over six feet lung, nnd alt may not be touched artistically, or we login to think for ourselves, and Frank Montgomery, of Washington, Long after it was heard no more." Inartistically. Wo can make an art trill I give to oat of the tree of very mitcli ullve. D. C, a former Berea worker, h to i to and observe things for There were ten scouts from Califorof household work, of business roulife, which is In the Paradise of spending a few days with his brother-in-laWhen we begin to do this, CHRISTMAS EXERCISE nia, ten from Illinois, twenty-fou- r Cod. tine, of walking, of studying, of talk- wo hall also begin to feel tho need Dean Edwjards. He has a (nun New York stnte, elclileen from Tho Foundation School gave an in- ing. We can mako these something Ho that ovorcomcth shall lot be and- - wo shall position with tho United States Agof tclfrcxpnsslon, New Jertey, thirty from TentuKei, teresting program Christmas Eve In more than a mediocre procedure, mo hurt of the second death. ricultural Department, Farm Manage- sear h nbout then for words that fit ft'nrn from IVntisylninln, thirteen rsjVnnf TCvnnnlt YV 4wi kaavs V n was connection with their Christmas tree. notonous for ourselves and for other nur aicnnings. Good conversation is To him thnt overcomcth, to him from Virginia, five from Texnn, twenty-The exercises were given In the par- people. Wp.can give to these touches will I give of the hidden manna, and one a member of our Vocational Departvery often not (iTng but thinking aloud, rrom Mlclilcntt from I will gtvo to him a white stone, ment, and at tho same time was em- lor of Talcott Hall. The teachers and that are distinctly our own, that hav and the cle.irer, tho keener, the ployed to do some work in Madison the girls In the Hall had decorated a crcativo something about them that dec r our t (linking, tho more and upon tho stone a new name county as Farm Demonstrator. He a tree which, when lighted with makes us delight In them nnd makes our conversation will be. written, which nono knowelh but he that recciveth it. is returning from Florida, where, for candles, was' very beautiful. The others' delight In tho things wo do, when wo havo cur Bi t even And he th.it ovorcomcth, and ho several months each year, he is sent room, too, was beautifully decorated. nnd the way In which we do them. thocthts, an feel that we have a After the program was rendered, hnvo como down Some people by the government to make records that kecpeth my works unto the fairly satisfying vocabuhry, so many of the cities' industry. He also fruits, candies and small presents through history laden with fame, not of M cannot converso becauso we end, to him will I give authority makes investigation of the cotton in were distributed among 'the students, because of what they have done, or lack over the nations: and he shall rule We are oithr of what they have written, but bedustry in other Southern states and and a social hour was enjoyed. them with n rod of Iron, as tho nd overtime wlti embarrassment Tho program was as follows: cause they were extraordinary con- foci quite heljicss to utter a word In of the fruit nnd other agricultural vessels of tfco potter nre broken to versationalists. Men gathered about the aildst of !t. or we feel that our industries In tho West and Northern Invocation shivers; ns I nlso have received Lighting of candles them just to hear them talk, and contvibutlon i) too i.ir.nll, too medistates. from my Father: and I will glo went away frotn them enchanted, ocre too insignificant, to bo of any Dean Edwards, while in Winter Song, Holy Night him tho morning star. i Foundation Girls never to forget those golden moments Haven, Florida, visited Chester Tread-waHe that overcomcth shall bo arvalun In a conversation. In reality All of speaking to them and hearing them a former Berea student, an Song, Joy to the World rayed in rjhito garments; and I a thing ts never true. Atiy Owsley boy. After leaving school Reading, The Night Before Christ- respond. These men were not ornt-- 1 thM will In no wise blot his name out ,f ,t f our own or Grace Couch ing from a platform; they sat with mas here, he studied law at Transylvania B,nccn.,y MIevo in, of the book of life, and I will con-fewh,ch smau groups o. ir.unu, .ruu u University and later took up land in Reading, The Gift of the Magi his name before my Father, Bnd f It flta .nturally Into tho gen Mrs. Sherwood and together they talked, calling out Florida. Recently he bought 300 ' the conversation, Is and beforo hit angels. eral trend, acres of land, sixty of which is In Song, Christmas Has Come Again .. each others ideas until the ono great worthy to be expressed. It Is our tip that overcomcth, I will mal: Foundation Girls man began to speak In such a way an orange grove. Ho married a Miss him n pillar In tho temple of my own personal ijontrlbution, given with that silence spontaneously fell, and our wn personal stamp upon It, nnd Haskins of Virginia. They have a Phonograph, Christmas Hymns God, nnd ho shall go out thenco no son three years old. Chester was in- Reading, The Christmas Dream .... the listeners heard the ono voice, en- It. hr-- i tho Infinite value that any o more: and I will write upon him Mrs. Bowen thralled. , terested In hearing about Berea Coir tie namo of my God, ami the name human contribution has, just beA gift of speech of this sort Is lege and asks to be remembered to Sugar Plums or tho c.ty or my qod, tho ncyr en" j it Is a tuman contribution. a rare one, and is one few of us do his. old friends, students and tcacheM. Father Time Jerusalem, which cometh down out A'vdhcr req Unite of good conversaJ possess, or wish to possess. But tho . Mr. and Mrs. .Tames Durham reof benvpn from mv fToil. nWltudo of mind which art, of conversation of the simpler tion Is nn ceived a visit ovor Christmas from COOPERATIVE STORE' DELIGHTlie ihnt overcomcth, 1 will giva of the FULLY ENTERTAINED sort, tho giving and taking of ideas, keeps us continually awnrc Mrs. Durham's father and mother, to hlfi to alt down with mo in view joint of tltose whom wo converse On Tuesday evening, December 21, reflections, comments, opinions, inforMr. and Mrs. Glass, and sister, Olga my throne, ns I also overcame, and Typicj. kcene at Hoboken just before with Convcnntion Is no longer conMessrs. Broughton, Carter, Frazler, mation among people In every-da- y Glass, of Cincinnati. 301 American boy tcout "Jamboree sat down with my Fnthcr In his versation whot It begin to be Harlow, Smith, VanScoyk, Wesley, speech, In nn Interesting way. Is one representative Mlled for Durope throne. or tvhen one person falls nnd Wiseman were entertained at a not beyond the reach of most of us. Scout Milton Emerson of Rldgefiuld CHRISTMAS NIGHT AT THE d the Interest or point Park, N. J.. bidding farevrll to his six o'clock dinner given by Mr. and Wc do not desire to sway, to enchnnt, to kjcp In mil COLLEGE HOSPITAL olhcr' cw f l f" thcn by the sister, Violet SCOUTS FROM 32 STATES "Throw physic to the dogs" was Mrs. Pruitte Smith. The hostess and to silence those around us, or a W a hor.FQmo mom-ogu- o, men wonder the unanimous vote of all the pati- host received us with a very hearty LmnrnK- - of our own Ideas; we desire ulsqneiing, ir.meciunt arpvmcm. Mmwurhui-etta- . eight from Kentucky, i, .M. to crivn nnd to tako The analyiMs of Him ItUl Hoy Scoiitx welcome Into a room bedecked with ents at the College Hospital on charming. of A merlin who were vhureii (u rep- eight from Iowa, six from Indlnnn, O nvcrsatlor, to bo truly The hostess soon simply nnd freely, to express tho Ideas from Okluhoma, etc.. the one Christmas night. Even the three Christmas attire. to bo n happily artistic thing, resent the ontiiiiiiuitloii it t (lie Inlerim-tloiui- t eominu fiirlhext helng the lone x 'Oi't proverbial physicians, Dr. Quiet, Dr. excused herself in order to complcto we havo that arise ns we talk wllhJjwd tho unique of the Hoy Srou's of repreKOHlntlve eoiitetH shoi.ld, above all, have fr.un Hawaii. Diet, and Dr. Mcrryman were dis- the dinner, to which wo were soon another, In n clear wny thnt somehow somathlng In each part of It that the World In Knclniul fhowj thai the Crane of Troop No. 10. Honolulu will show our meanings, the humor missed or temporarily forgotten, with called. ilelegLtlon MiuitH In ll'e American uiuttieiv, hUlery mill brothwe we see, the emotion we feel, tha each one of us who Is conrcrslng enn come from thirty-twOn entering tho dining-root the one exception, Dr. 'Merryman. Mnlex, the went to judgment, whether great or small, give Convcrs tion should bo n natbeautifulof C'oliimliiii mul IIhwiiIi. The ers of niHiiy of l lie scouts nwuy ss The other two, Doctors Diet and wcro first attracted by the Now York, wuiie front as far ural, free, spontaneous thing, with larKi'Nt lIultiKiitloii, , ly decorated Christmas tree at ono which we possess. mine California, to Mil them cood-bQuiet, hid their "shingles" as the pawhen Since one of the bnslc elements of eacl of us ndding our bit let thnt from Coloruilo, hut (his wus bocauie tients indulged in tho fruit so gen- end of the table, but when "Sol" amy Is words, wo must pos- bit bo stamped with hnmor. tender-nethe IiuhIiiohk men of Denver hciiI the they Mlled on the t'lilleil Status IIoIigVi-3- . erously sent by tho Muncy Bros., and spoko of his love for "yailrbad gravy" conversntlon Indignation, fancy, or eamcst-ncsr- t. fninoilH Denier Hoy Scout hand, transport I'ocahoitiu from July 7. candy and sweet tncaU, compliments all attention was concentrated on the sess a vocnbulnrly If wc would conas we wll. When conversation which wiih irullieil liy IiiiiIn, thermit of' the Porter-Moor- e Drug Company, meal, which tho hostess served very verse well. We must hnve words AToood Wish. mid Is tiuililereil tin ts bus a fnp exchange of well- - tiiiiiilmiiHter, we can express our ideas, nnd at the same time delicate white deliehtfully. a Cnndlilntc Kleetloii day Is also ir.j me.is, heat lioyx' I nt lit In tho 1'nlleil States. , could show just what wo mean, nnd tho thou What did wo have? Well, wo fingers and aching limbs kept time Theru wvre fifteen !oy from 1'lori-dabirthday. in our meanings. spol tn fearlofsly, graciously, nnl fine distinctions Including the fiiinniis l'lne Tree to' the cheerful strains of the organ not say, but wo had real Friend Good' I hope you will considerately, .ind stamped with that natrol of .Miami nnd n few cnieU splendidly seasoned, and. the help The best way to acquire a vocabularly hnvo many happy returns. as Mr. Taylor gavo a delightful 's ings we had could not be described is to read, tc read not the froth, war i, vital. Piueimatiie ining wnicn program. but tho solid, solid matter, essays, Is Vjown as tio personality of each Tho big sun parlor bad been most by such terms ns dainty. EveryIt can be classed among tho trustworthy of tastily decorated by the. sympathetic, thing was good, nnd wo had plenty novels of the older and a mm " sa 1 m mm' it " New Rc- - arts And tho blessed thing nbout It cheery staff of nurses. A big tree of it. We shall not describe the din- school, periodicals like tho Atlantic1 Is Is an. art In which all of us tliat It Ih! public, the Nation, the in the corner with evidences of Santa ner, for we are not good at that II I mm 111! tm nllu-- j ran. In somo ihyrcc, bo artists. V 4 peeping out between the twigs and eating Is our role but among the Monthly, short stories full of Europe iV oodles of presents piled underneath. best was nice 'mashed creamed potaMr. Taylor was supported by a er'.Tlch commissioner rroTiT" ttist A roaring fire glowed in tho hospi- toes, plenty of fresh meat, roast recent to the l'ned Slates, In pork and sausage, fruit salad, catsup, number of other footlight nrtlsts table and instead of pills nrtMo widely lotntnented on tlirougli- tho Rerca Gleo Club with their In- - out and solacing potions, toasted marsh- - and pickles, and cofTcc yes, and tho the French press, snjrs: n mallows nnd "The Amerl an Red Cross has tc- wore adminis best lemon pie you ever ate. Well, Imltablo Rigby as chief tered In aecordanco with tho needs of wo wero 'most ashamed of Van and Rhlnehnrdt of Y. M. C. A. fame, con pllshed h work which rnlls for ifntltude of every true' tho patient. Wiseman for tho way they drank Miss Haloy of tho Y. W. C. A., n lh heartfelt 1.1 1018 this great relief wholo battery of skilled C. E. folk, Frenchman. Qf course, the threo "surcnuf" doc- coffee. enmlilnn- - orgnnlzatlon spun In behalf of Frnnre llm Prnntnn nml 1trih(rt tors were on hand to Join in the fun This was some dinner. It mado us nearly 87.INJOO)0 franca, 'nml In lllll) nnd to sco that such friendly minis- feel like we wero at home, and wo tlon with guitars, Sniith, Picallo nnd on cmrlal)le Jecti Tin ('sk (virst UAAfil ni4Iila fn ,..., ntha trations wcro sane and safe and then, shall not; forget It soon. It was what .k )unlt, attninnl the. tretuen- Jn MT nnd dolM ,otni ,,f ivi.000.000. It has re-also, tho very efficient Superintendwo called a "square meal." Yes, we lands, Emllo Raeza of Mexico ent Miss Longacro nnd her cnpable had fruit and nuts, and If you won't Alexander Hurh of Korea, tho Mor- - ret. ly turned oter to the French relief associate Head Nurso, Miss Silbcr- - tell tho Dean of Women each ono gan and Charlie fraternity, nnd Miss orguilsnilons hugs stocks of m ,i,uM J'0 coi.'itpd In P" queen of readers. man, together with tho bevy of happy of us had a "dat'o"! Our gratitude u. . . ..v. Vvnrvlifultf "Inmineil" , l.lbn.1 nn.!- me sunurru m ll.uu-ui- .u ...... 1 painstaking nurses wore ovcrywhero i'oes.out to tho hostess. ''Coop. Stow "ilfieeti million American hoys ind got acquainted with his jhrU handed together In the Ji'iilor laughed, ' in evidence, wheeling the patients In: Squad." neighbor, forgot his tired feeling, nnd Itec" Crofc of iinerlru, nre hack of a nnd out, ndlusting pillows, watching went away smiling nnd hnppy tnoitment lo eltnhllsh the closest ties the ventilation and ndding tho little THE JAM SOCIAL and France's themselves Tnylor nnd tho "Jam" did It. nameless courtesies and comforts on Tuesday nlgljt Tho e yoenser generfllon through the which only a nurso thinks to do. of this week brought out the usunl works llev have flnnnred and America nn who coiitrlhuie to the Ited Cross vould feel amply repaid Two little babies, "tiny feathers largo attendance of enthusiastic stu- FRENCH PRAISE FOR arc now carryli'C out amonc our little 'or their generoHliy If they eitild kco what It means to hundred of thousand wing of love dropped into dents who enjoyed tho "Jam" and the from tho sulTerers In the llnlknns. Here Is a widowed Itoumunluu mother OUR RED CROSS WORK wn sufferers. of friendship between f war the. lap of motherhood," did not come program put on expressly as an Ice"The bonds villi tier live children Jum after u visit to a Red Cross relief station All are Is cemented with tmrefiot and Hut hoy ut nnd in to It all, being assured by their breaker. With Mr. H. E. Taylor In rr sin the left Is wearing clothes made of sirups from the Ijiudlng the work accomplished by mil snl odmlraHoa, rerpeet nnd mothers that helr period of social the chair, tho success of tho meeting Amerlcun They huve Just received winter clothing, food and condensed oiitllellelds. philanthropy for " milk for the liuby. Similar work Is helm done for Russian refugees driven vrtvilcgQ would como In duo time. was assured from the first. France. Andre Tsrdleu. forpi- 1 Art fire-pla- ce our-solv- it. -- y, j "'., sr sln-cct- , ' on ini o Din-trlc- fnrly-lilne- si re ' ht-o- ut clcariy-expresse- 1 home-cookin- g, half-hour- j is fV JTHF m amfmcan PFACF TIMF B rfd cross fd n fire-pla- J " end-man- ., pop-cor- ..." 1 '" bet'-Aie- Jam-soci- char-Itul.t- war-strick- frju home.