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December tt, 1922
Ososaacted ky Mr. Robert F. 8 pence, fan. Dotaeastreter
WHAT 80ME OF THK JUNIOR
CLUBS ABB DOING
All Jonlor Clube Fee Last Year
fthoatf Be IU-eganlsed Ad
Reported To Coenty Agent
Ae 800 n At rossible
' Paint Lick, Kr .
Dec. 15, 1922
Mr. Robert F. Spere,
My dear Mr. Spence:
Our 0. P. W. Club wot thia after
noon at. the school house for thoir
popular bufiness meeting. While ii
mr-ion we re-organucd with 11
members. The officers elected were:
Kdna Sparks, president; Inii Ilutch
in, Tice-president; Lillian Ilutchin,
secretary, and Arthur Kidd, leader.
Yoo will probnbly think that to re
organize with only 14 members i
H it" come down when last yea.'
we had learly 40, but we are wor''
ir.g lor quality instead of quan
tity. We hope to have one of thj
iH'Ft working clubs in the county, and
I am going to do my best to make
the O. P. W. Club one that you will
be prond of. j
We invite you to our business
meetings, which will be the last Fri
!cy &f emoon in each month, begir.
iiing next month.
When the weather open up so we
con, we are expecting to put on somo
mere good entertainments.
Yours for a good club,
Lillian V. Hutchins,
0. P. W. Sec.
Dec. 22, 1922
Vr. R. F. Spence,
I.tar Mr. Spence:
Our club met at Covi ache t hou-e
December 15. Alter aongs and prayer
the minutes were read and approved.
Some of the club members made
short talks and some interesting
talks from farmers. We received n
request from a, fanner for admission
and membership to our club. He is
45 years old. We didn't know what
to do about it, please advise us.
After all business was taken care
of the meeting was given over to th
farmers who are in the county
achievement contest. They gave us
Privilege of a chairman for the club
vcrk. We select,! Earner Bullock.
Yours club member,
All the farmers and their families
living on Berea College land spent
Wednesday, December 27, in Here
attending their regular annual meet
ing and banquet. An excellent din
ter waa served by Berea College.
After dinner there were interesting
talks from President Hutchins, I. H.
Chesnut, John Kindred, Prof. F. O.
Clark, H. E. Taylor, and others.
One of the interesting things on
tho program was the announcement
of prizes given to the farmer who
made the most progress during the
year. First prize $15, J. R. Mc
Queen; second prize $10, John Ander
sen; third prize $5, Richard Burnell.
Plans were made for a farmers'
school, one day out of each month,
for January, February, and March.
The school will be held in the Beren
College Vocational Chapel with mov
ing picture slides and demonstrations
on farm and home conveniences. All
the farmers within reach of Beret
are invited to these meetings.
It is our privilege to offer THE CITIZEN with any of the
following publications at a much reduced price:
The National Republican
The National Republican is
of public affairs.
The Courier-Journal daily
Lexington Leader daily
The Lexington Herald daily
Southern Agriculturist bi-mu.
St. Louis Globe Democrat bi
FEED THE COW
G. W. Bra cher reported to the
r A . I ml 1. ftkat ti Kb ft a
crw which was falling in ber milk-
only giving S quarts a day. He be
gan to feed her Soy bean hay, hi
addition to the small corn, ami in a
few weeks she was giving around 2
gallons of milk a day. "Raiae and
feed more soy bean hay," says Mr.
Now's the time to begin plans for
the cow feed next winter. Every
farmer who likes cream in his coffee,
a glass of milk to drink and is keep
ing a cow and owns a pie of land
should raise soybeans.
The following people, after discust,
irg poultry with the County Age!t,
tkcided to keep a complete reco-d of
their work and report monthly to
the County Agent so that they may
know and others may know what
there is in poultry raising: Richard
Cumell, Berea; Carlos Mcllone, Bo
rca R. 2; Mrs. John Kindred, Berea;
J. R. McQueen, Berea Star Route; TV.
S. Parsons, Berea R. 2; J. C. Rey
nolds, Berea; and Mrs. I B. Ches
nut, Berea Star Route.
J. R. McQueen recently purchased
4vpure bred Leghorn cockrels to head
his flock of Brown Leghorns. Mr
and Mrs. McQueen made wonderful
progress this year in their poultry
Others who wish to keep poultry
records for 192.1 and retelve informs
tion along the line of poultry rais
ing call and see County Agent
Spence and he will furnish Poultry
Calendar, report blanks, report card.
Remember the early hatch pays.
Hay And Qrain
Com No. 2 white 7837SHe; No. 3
white 77t!774e: No. 3 yellow 7S-9
78Hc: No. 4 white 74ff70V4c; No. 1
yellow TTVHti'eo: No. 2 mixed 77 Q
Wheat No. 2 red Sl.41Hffl.42: No.
3 fl.3S4Q1.40H: No. 4 SUV'S 137H-
Outs No. 2 white W5f."i4c; No. 3
white 4SHfi4!V; No. 2 mixed 4H
Ilk-; No. 3 mixed 4SH4ttc; No. 4
Butter, Eggs And Poultry
Putter Creamery XlfiiV; Dairy
fancy p; packing stock No. 1 2-;
parking stock No. 2 lSe.
Kkrh Krtra firsts !Uc; fresh firsts
51c; ordinary firsts 42o.
Uve Poultry Fowls 4 lbs and over
17c; under 4 Hs i:tf ; roosters 12c;
fryers 2 ll 1 ml over lic; hen tur
keys 10 11m nml over 3.V ; old Tun
turkeys lo lbs ami over .': young
Tom turkey 1 Ih Mid over 3.V;
geese, choice -He.
Cattle Steers tiood to choice ?7ff
9; fair to good $ili7; connnon to fair
Sl'firt; cows good to choice $,Wt
0: canuers $l..H'"i 2.25; stock steers
4.."tft7: stork heifers S.3..S4..'t.
Calves c;..oil to .holee J 12 t 12 "- :
fair to good SKf12: common am)
Sheep (J I to choice S3 V1' d.'s) ;
fair to yo'Ml jjctfi .".; common SH2:
buck J.'lfl ;:i..TO ; lambs good to choict
$13..'iU: fair to good ?1 1 rn l.t.'st.
Hog Heavy choice packers
and butchers ?S..'s: medium H.."ill;
heavy fat sows ljwifi7; light shippers
18.50; pigs (110 pounds and leas)
$7 ii 8.2."i.
Some men are too methodical In
their habits, and so are some horses
Twelve months ago a horse fell with
Its owner near Blanchvlew, Queens
land, and the rider fractured hla left
thigh. The other day the same horse
fell again at the same spot and th
same rider fractured the same thigh.
Renlar Price ' CUbbiag Offer
$1.50 ) t1fin
1.50 J I,ou
an illustrated weekly review
Dr. Grant Does Not
For two years the marriage of
Bev. Dr. Percy Htlekney Grant, rector
of the Episcopal Church of the As
cension In New York, to Mrs. Hits le
A cost a Lydlg has been Mocked be
cause she has divorced two husbands.
Fur much longer than two years Dr.
Omnt has been attacking the canon
of his church which forbids the remar
riage of either party to a divorce el
ccpt where the divorce Is grunted for
Infidelity. In which case the prohihl
tlon does not apply to the innocent
On the eve of Jhe general assem
bly of the Kplscopal church the rector
renewed his attack, giving out a pre
pared Interview In which he asserted
the rnnon Invades the civil authority,
and besides because the biblical In
junction on which It Is based Is of
doubtful authenticity and expresses n
Jewish custom rather than a universal
truth, lie concluded:
"The real question Is whether theology or science Is to frame our jM-aJ
Institutions; an as-etle conception or the exter1ence and needs of humanity;
the (lend or the living."
Long-Sought Contented Man Discovered?
LITTLE ItOCK. ARK. A character
istic letter from Wood Rainwater,
president of the Rainwater bank of
Morrllton and one of the best-known
members of the Arkansas Hanking as
aoclatlon. Is published by Commerce
and Finance, a banking publication of
New York. The letter declines an
offer of Mr. Rainwater to become a
member of the staff and sets out fully
the reasons for rejecting the offer.
Mr. Rainwater's letter follows:
"Dear Mr. I'rlce: You request my
services to help edit Commerce and
Finance. I couldn't think of It. I
live In a little town In Arkansas with
Lovesickness May Be Described as the
Universal Disease of Man
By M. ANDRE TRID0N, Psychoanalyst
Ixvesickiiehs rnaj I described aa the universal disefcte from which
every man or woman luAYrs at least once usually more than once. Being
in love is an obsession with perfectly definite and discoverable physical and
mental reactions. '
Iiovet-icknoss in its second stage when love is gratified is the most
glorious form of health. The individual's organism is working on a 100
per cent basin, and under the influence of that stimulation can accomplish
tasks which under any other circumstances would appear too difficult.
Love's stimulation is incomparably more powerful than that of any other
I believe that if man and, woman could fall in love every year they
would find the secret of eternal youth.
Supposing a young man ia in love with a girl he cannot marry. lie
must fall in love with a girl he can marry. If he adores the boss daugh
ter and she it destined for a European count, let him find some other
young woman with red hair, or dimples, or a beautiful throat, or the
.physical fetish, whatever it may be, which was the real inspiration of
his lore. He will find it easy to transfer his affections to this second
young woman. In love there ia always a substitute just aa good.
Bored, Kills Himself
Naples. Ufv la not always ex
citing enough even for members
of the dread "Camorra," and oue
of the wost notorious Cawor
rlsta, Kuenlo Volter, lias com
mitted suicide from sheer bore
dom. Volter for a time had a
wealthy JremU wife, but she
tired of her husbund's violent
deeds and companions, and di
vorced bvraelf slid her Income
from tilm. Volter promptly re
married, title time a poor aud el
derly Italian woman whose af
fections be believed would last,
la spite of ber age they lasted
too loug, aud Volter allocked bis
friends in the Naples underworld
by killing himself.
Like Divorce Canon
41 of the finest folks on earth, shout
4,Oi s mbre equal to other Inhabitants
T have a private all day hank that
nets me all I can spend. I wind It
up Monday and It runs until Saturday
without my attention or work. I flsh
two days a week, piny golf three, and
close up on Thursday for the benefit
of my irtrl stenographer, and play the
nddle all clay Sunday.
"1 have six. friends here and can
see them In fifteen minutes. Yon have
about five tn New York and you
couldn't find them in a month.
"As soon as yog die youtl cono
by here and forever kick yourself foi
seeing nothing but high buildings, traf
flc cops and strangern.
"Mr. I'rlce. It's a dirty shame a flm
fellow like yourself has to live In
New York on a treadmill. Coma n
doun to Arksnsas. I'll give you my
chicken tond egg prnllts or my bank
profit either Is aa much as you can
spend. Resides, yon ctrfi live with and
know forty-one of the finest folks on
earth, besides other things.
fV 4W 4W 4W 4W4 tV4WV W
Handsome "Katie" MacDonala. the
"movie" star, wis bom In Pittsburgh
in 1892. Sht received her early edu
cation thers, afterward attending
Blairsvlllt colltgs. Hr acres n career
began, without previous stags ptri.
tnrs. In support of Douglas Fairbanks
in a popular production. She la five
fett, eight inchos tall, wlgh about
134 pounds, has light hair and largs
blu tyst. She is considered on of
the most beautiful woman In America,
Ming known a "The Amsrtcsn Bsau-
THE RIGHT THING
By MAR Y MARSHALL DUFFEB
ItAINY DAY M A NX Kits
"Whfii (he dlanial tain ronirs down ia
!nntin llfis '"
Si) Ml i II ileenl on good manners
n s rninv il iy '
The 111 bred and InctMxIderate man
or woman is tlrewmie enoiiKh at any
time, hut when there Is rain In the
air ami mini underf.Mit be or she Is
due has to be especially careful In
walking in a crowded street when pe-di-KtrliiiiK
carry H-n umbrellas, and
conslilerahle forbearance and food
nature are reipilrt-d when by chance
another MTon' opened umbrella be
comes enlniiLle.1 in your veil or In the
trlniininif on your hat Closed wet um
brella are likewise dltTlrult to man
ae. especially In public conveyances.
ISe on your uuard let they lean or
drip attains! your neighbor. When en
terlnii a public place a library, or
relaiirHni or church, for Insisnce
where Ihere Is any way to leave a wet
umbrella In the vestibule or the en j
trance hall do so by all means. In
tunny depart ini-nl Mures boy with a
i Iiih kliv rack Is placed at the doors ;
for your convenience and. althouirh you I
are not required to check your wet urn j
brella. Ihere Is usually Ihe desire Ilia! j
you will. Take Ihe few addlllonal j
minutes that are necessary for this op j
eratton and so avoid annoying other
people with your wet umbrella.
In many homes there Is sn umbrrlls
receptacle In the vestibule snd when
entering you can very conveniently
leave your wet umbrella there. Your
rubbers can also he slipped off In the I
vestibule. In other houses there Is sn j
entrance ball tn which It Is more con- !
venlent to deposit your wet umhrells
und rubber, but whstever you do, do
not cling to these wet possession
when you go Into the living quarter
of the bouse,
If friends come f your house on a
rainy day It Is only the part of hospi
tality to offer aid in removing their
damp garinenla and In urging them to
take a chair near the Ore or other
If you have accepted an Invitation
for a certain day and it chance to be
rainy you should not permit thst fact
to keep you from being present unlese
by so doing you would actually be en
dangering your health.
1 9. Hit. kr MrClar Nt.lptHI S4ll
A LINE 0' CHEER
By John Kendrick Bang.
ON GLOOMY DAYS
JUST a whsa dare ar chill and
Th warmth f crackling hssrths
Ha whsn Hi hour of gloom sppr
Thsn Is th lim to turn to chssr.
And with U shw drlv u th
Of worry, cars, asd prscsnl III
49 by Mui'htr Nswapapsr eyatet. I
You look un
happy, eld man.
I am. I am
almost aa un
happy ae a wom
an with a eacret
We etlntHNi Ihe hiht ky Ihe elf
An wanSrse nv-untM
Wt understood II waa mail slcsaf
Te kesak lh "fores of Ihe hill!" i
A mad !rlght up would prove tee
For th traveler' fel te trvad:
Th Inoiienl was kind la Ma wis dMlfii
Of B i(sa( patk Inateaa.
THOSE of u who are not bee keep
era will not feel that It Is econ
omy to use much honey la eookwry, bat
rather aa a ameet, and as an occa
sional treat ; however, those who have
It la abundance will enjoy a few of
the dishes mnde famous by the wife
of Maurice Maeterlinck who has writ
ten very enttftalnlnuly of the bee aad
Honey and Sour Milk Oiagee Bread.
Ulend one cupful of honey, one half
cupful of sour milk and one-half cup
ful of butter; two well beaten egga,
two cupfuls if flour, one half teaspmn
ful of cinnamon, the same of salt, one
and three quarter tcaspooofule of
soda, one-half teasoonful of ginger.
Heat Ihe honey and butter and when
Just at he boiling point remove from
the fire and add the eur milk and
the eggs snd dry Ingredients. Hake la
a sheet snd coat with a thin Icing.
Baited Apple With Hony.
Core larse apple, fill each cavity
j with honey and top with pWea of but-
ter. Itake In a moderate oven, bastlnf
rears are also dellclona (using
lemon Juice with the honey) baked In
j this way.
Ham Curtd With Honey.
Tn every fa) pound of ham ase a
! brine of four pounds of coarse salt.
, one ounce of saltpeter, two pounds
' of honey and two gatlone of water.
Blend well, pour over the hama and
' let them stand for sli weeks. They
will be found delicious In flavor.
Oatmeal Honey Bread.
Tn a cupful of rolled oat add three
cupfuls of Init water, half a capful of
honey, a tahlespisaiful of butler, a
teasHMinful of salt. When cooled te
blod beat add a dissolved yeast cake.
Stir In flour till a suitable dough for
kneading ha been made. Kslse again
and make Into two losvisv. liaise
sgsln and brush with one leaspoon
f ti I of honey rfiid two tablespoon ful a
of milk Just before going Into the
Honey Is a nutural sweet and should
be given to children tn satisfy the
craving fur sueets which Is astursl te
Fresh preserves are eutte different
when prepared with honey Instead of
sugar, gulnce are especially deli
rious when preserved with honey.
Served with whipped cream they make
the moat delectable dessert.
(If). I'll WMtars N Vim)
"I hope your little bey never telle
"I don't knew. I do knew that at
tlma he telle e lot ef embareaaelng
JOHX WHITE & CO.
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