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August t, 192S
Pr Eight the citizen LETTER FROM MISS BOWERSOX The many friends of Misses Bowr sox, Welsh, and True will be glad to rend the following excerpt ' from letter received recently from Mia Bowersox: "Mis Eunice True and I went to Lewintown and Minn True visited me two weeki in Pennsylvania. We spent day at the State College, where Miss True found some friends among the faculty In Home Econom ics, friends whom she knew In Teachers' College In New York. We went by boat from New York to Providence, where Misa Hill met us and took us to Foxborough by auto. The country around Foxborough Is very beautiful, and as Miss Hill has a Ford, we enjoyed the days there very much. The roads are all very good in this country. Miss True and I traveled together by boat from Bos ton to Portland, where we separat ed. She went to North Berwick, Maine, and later on goes to her brother who is spending the summer at Orrs Island. I came on to Miss Welsh's home at Booth Bay and will return to East Foxborough In the month cf August." Mis. Bowersox states that she and Miss Welsh are having a lovely time at Booth Bay taking dips in the salt water, and picking blue berries right ouUide of the back door. She says in her letter that she wishes that all of her Berea friends were there with her but what would she do with them? FORMER BEREAN WEDS Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Lutes have re ceived a letter from Charles Lark telling of his marriage on July 8 to Miss Taylor. Mr. Lark was a student here for some years and graduated from Col lege in 1917. The past two years he has been principal of the high school at Gate City, Va., where Miss Taylor taught under his supervision. This summer he is in summer school at Harvard, where he will be until August 18. . Mr. Lark write that he is plan ning to atop off in Berea on his way home. COOK WRIGHT Friends of Vergil Cook and Miss Bonnie Wright were surprised to hear of their wedding in Richmond on Wednesday, July 26. The bride, who has been a stu-nt c o SECOND BIG WEEK OF CASH BUSINESS AT SMITH'S One More Big Hosiery Sale We will not give any prices here only say that we are fortunate to have one of the biggest sample lines of "Sox" we have owned. Our old customers know what this means. We will have them ready for you Saturday. . MEN'S UNION SUITS Values never heard of in knit and dimities. Long leg and short sleeve, 69c Our Stock of Crepe de Chine and Silks is again complete, $1.48 We are indeed pleased with our new Cash Plan and our Customers surely must be, judging by their purchases We make the Lowest Cash Price CASH ONLY in the Normal School tha past two years, cam to Berea from Burkville, Cumberland county. She will be one of the teacher of the West Union school thia year, and in the few days she has been tn our midst has made many friends by her charming per sonality. Mr. Cook la tha aon of J. T. Cook and is in the employ of Mr. Chris man. For the present they will make their horn with Mr. Cook's father BLAZER ARNETT Thursday" of last week at 6:30 p. m. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Parks Miss Aline Blater and Mr. A. H. Arnett were quietly married. Mrs, Arnett was the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Blazer, of Yellow Springs, O., and is an orphan indeed, as she lost both parent last year. Mr. Arnett is a Vocational student in Berea College. He comes from one of the best families of Salyers ville. Their many friends in Berea and elsewhere join in wishing them the best that life holds. C. D. LEWIS SCIENCE CLUB Ans. to No. 5. The source of all energy, heat, and electricity is the sun. The chief factor In the process of growing plant is sunlight. It is the energy of the sunlight working on the green leaves of plants that makes the carbondioxide of the air, water from the soil and the other foods in to a part of the plant. Our wood is produced by growing plants. Our coai was formed by plants which grew many years ago. So in burning any fuel we are simply releasing sunlight and heat which was canned up, so to speak, some time in the past. Ana. to No. 6. The light which comes from the moon is only reflect ed light from the sun. The moon is a cold body, giving off no light or heat. Ans. to No. 7. There are. Most of the stars we see are larger than our aun and millions of times larger than our earth. In light-giving power some stars are 100 times, some 1,000 times, some even 10,000 times as great as our sun. The C. D. Lewis Science Club hid rather answer questions you ser.d than ask and answer the same ques tions. What puzxlet you? Send it to box 722, Berea College, Berea, Ky. M C.D.SMTH Don't Miss Next Week Something Special Coming PRESIDENT HUTCHINS MAKES A SUGGESTION In my library I have accumulated books no longer useful to me which would be Invaluable to out 'Berea students. I am going to tend these books of mine to Misa E. K. Corwin Librarian, Berea College, Berea, Ken tucky. Will you look over the following lists prepared by our librarians and teachers of English, and see if your library cannot, without much sacrl flee, help ours. WILLIAM J. HUTCHINS, President Poetry Longfellow Poems Lonefellow Evangeline Longfellow Courtship of Miles Standish Longfelolw Enoch Arden Anthologies Whittier Poems Whittier Snow Bound Bryant Poems Lanier Poems Dunbar Poems VanDyke Poems Riley Any of his collections Stevenson Child's Garden of Verse Steadman American Anthology Steadman Victorian Anthology Richards High Tide Rittenhouse Little Book of Ameri can Verse Pare Chief American Poeta Patriotic Collections Readings, Recitations, Orations Fulton and Trueblood Twentieth Century Speaker Clark Handbook of Best Readings Davis Commencement Parts Shoemaker Best Selections Shurter Representative College Orations Any other good collections Dialogs Fermo Choice Dialogs Garrett Excelsior Dialogs Any other standard collections Plays For children For College and High School stu dents Biography Nicolay Boy's Life of Lincoln Keller Story of My Life Franklin Autobiography Thwaites Daniel Bonne Robinson and Riis Theodore Roose elt, the Citizen Ford The True George Washington Broos Historic Girls Dana Makers of America Farris Winning Their Way Forbes Men Who are Making Amer ica Foster Heroines of Modern Progress Gibson Heroes of Science Wade Wonder Workers Any Biography of famous American or Englishmen or of any. world leaders Boswell Johnson Lockhart Scott Trevelyan Macauley ' N G! Positively No Charging Frmide Carlyle Mrs. Kingsley Charles mngsiey Gaskell Bronte ' ... Wildman Famoua Leaders of Indus- Webb Famous Living Americans Cody Four American Poeta Rankin American Writers of the Present Day ' Chubb Stories of Authors, British and American Bible, Biography and Stories Sangster Women of the Bible Matheson Representative Men of Matheson Representative Women of tne Btnie Hayes Great Characters of the New Testament Fbdicott Stories of the Bible Beale Stories from the Old Testa ment Hodges When the King Came Pell Life of Paul Pleasanten Nursery Stories of the Bible Knight Son of Our Syrisn Guest Any other Bible stories or biogra phies Fktion AVott Little Women, or any other books by Miss Alcott F(rg!eston Hoosier School Boy F.liot Silas Mamer F.liot Mill on the Floss F.liot Adam Bede Hugo Le Miserabtea Wallace Ben Hur Wiggin Mother Carey's Chickens Wiggin Rebecca of Sunny Brook Farm VanDyke Blue Flower VanDyke The Mansion Canfield Bent Twig Defo Robinson Crusoe Hawthorne Scarlet Iietter Hawthorne Twice Told Tales Hawthorne Mosses from an Old Manse Andrews Perfect Tribute Ar.drews Hia Soul Goes Marching On Johnston Jester's Sword Johnston Flip's Island of Provi dence Hale Man Without a Country Barbour For the Honor of the School London Call of the Wild Seton Rolfe in the Woods Atkinson Johnny Applewrl Stratton-Porter Freckles Slratton - Porter Her Father's Daughter Thurston Bishop's Shadow Rarhellor Man for the Ages Barton What Shall It Profit a Man? I.uti The Witness Montgomery Anne of Gren Gables" Stevenson Treasure Island Grayson Adventures in Content ment Scott Kenilworth Scott Ivanhoe I oe Tales Richmond Re! and Rlack Any other thoroly wholesome fiction Children's Books All kinds greatly needed General Books of games, hand crafts, eti quette, art, history, nature study, agriculture, home science, etc. Any books of a scientific nature should be of recent publication. Books of sn ethical nature, such as Sarger's Fairest Girlhood Religious Books such as Fosdick's. Meaning of Prayer Sprer How to Deal with Tempta tion Bosworth Day by Day with Christ Miscellaneous Unabridged dictionaries A simnle Mythology Hawthorne Wonderbook anj Tangle wood Tales Seton Wild Animals I have Known Dickens David Copperfield Cooper The Last of the Mohicana Franklin a Autobiography Life of Helen Keller Stowe Uncle Turn's Cabin Selections from Irving's Sketch Book Kipling Captains Courageous Stevenson Treasure Island Alcott Littl Mm Lorna Doone Johnston To Have nf ta Hold Ouida Under Two Flaga Mark Twain Tom Sawyer Mark Twain The Prince and the Pauper Dana Two Years Before the Mast Alice of Old Vincennes Oregon Trail Rosevelt a Autobiography Tarbell Lincoln Peabody The Piper Churchill Richard Carvel Churchill The Crisis Dickens Tale of Two Cities Scott Talisman Gullivera Travels Ru'finrh Aire of Chivalry Seward Collection of Narrative and Lyric Poems Untermeyer Modern American Poe etry Utenneyer Modern British Poetry Oxford Book of American Essaya Ibsen A Doll's House and Chosta Isben Rosmersholm and Lady from the Sea Hauptman The Sunken Bell Rostand Cyrano de Bergerae Bernard Shaw Man and Superman Galsworthy Plays (First Series) Maeterlink The Intruder and other plays Barrio Half Hours Bret Harts Luck of Roaring Carnp Howslla KU of Silas Lapham Stedman Poeta of America Selected Essays of Emerson Bruce and Montgomery New World Grandfather's Chair Hart-Civil War Hart Camps and Firesidea of tha Revolution Carpenter How tha World la Clothed Caruanter How tha World ia Fed Allen North America, South Ameri ca, Europe, Aaia, Africa Concordance of Shakespeare, of Mil ton, of Tennyson, and Browning Word Book Alden English Vara Matthews Veraiflcatloa Alden Introduction to Poetry Wendell A Greenough, History of HUGHES WILL ATTEND It ia reported that Secretary of State Hughea will attend the Bratll ian Kxppaltion, and that ho has also displayed soma interest in seeing the Tacna Arica controversy between Chile and Peru to a finish when It ia again taken up In the one or the other country. If Secretary Hughes ran be spared from this country at that time, hia presence in the Latin American countries will lend great in fluence to the prestige of the United States in a quarter of the globe where foreign propaganda haa been doing much in recent years to injure the esteem in which we would like to be held. It is aome years now since Elihu Root made his memorable visit to South America, and the influence of that visit has been felt to the present day, particularly in Bratil, a nation which we count among our firmest friends. Hughes possesses a rare personality and a force of character which would largely dissipate ths auspicion in which we are held by aome of the Latin Americana whose daily literary diet of affairs in the United States is not calculated to im presa them in our favor, thanks to a few poisoned-pen wielders who are paid to blacken the character of this nation. It ia a trip worth taking. FROM several ' widely separated aoun-r conies the Information that soviet Itussla la pliinnlng mtlltnry operations on her western front In the autumn. Frank Vandertlp, the Aniertt rsn financier who haa been la tonch with the Roiwluna tn Berlin, says In Psrts that the prutmbtllty la Increasing that the bolshevlkl will force such a war on Europe In the harvest season. attacking Rumania and Poland "In; an attempt to rally Russian morale and also to get food from the eastern! harvests." Rtisntan , refugees In Bel grade assert the soviet government Is preparing for a drive through the Bal kans and then westward through Austria. FOR SALE Farm of 276 acres, in Harrison Co, 2 1-2 miles from Railroad Station. Six-room house, stock barn, 5-acre tobacco barn, and all necessary out buildings, plenty of water, 250 acres in blue grass, balance in cul tivation. Splendid stock farm, and near enough for Cincinnati market. Good community; near school, and church. $65.00 per acre. WALTER C. SEALE BOX 316 Which Daily Paper? Jt Quettkm that b Qufcay and ReaJily A tune rt J The Courier-Journal . Largest Morsuflf Circulation ( Aay Ktitscky Newspaper Enjoys a nation-wide prestige and reputation. It is essentially a newspaper, intent upon giving news mat ter first consideration. ' Maintains its' own news bureaus at Washington and Frankfort. Member of the Associated Press. By special arrangements we are now able to offer The Daily Courier-Journal AND The Citizen Both one year by mail for only $5.50 This offer applies to renewals as well as new subscrip tions, but only to people living in Kentucky, Tennessee or Indiana. New subscriptions may, if desired, start at a later date, and renewals will date from expiration of present ones. If you prefer an evening newspaper, you may substitute The Louisville Tines for the Courier Journal. Send or bring your orders to the office of The SUPERINTENDENT OBTAINS INJUNCTION According to reports from Frank fort, Mrs. Davis, county school super intendent of Rockcastle county, haa been granted temporary Injunction, restraining State Superintendent Geo, Colvln from revoking Tier teachers' certificate. Mrs. Davla holds that Superintendent Colvln has no author ity of law to revoke her certificate. Seek Kidnaper Magna I.a Grande, Cuba John Jove, Jr., 20 year old-son of the American Consular Agent hre was kiilnnpoii and Is bring held fur $!, ransom, aoronlliig to a nie ret-elvod by hie filher, oVmnmllmt I In- money. Young Jova'a sulomolilie was founil at n mail crossing. As mh the kliliixiiing w rewrti, .ilre guards anil t. clal aenr t irii-.l a srrli. Another p,ae left for a rae near here. In the belief thai yoitnit Jova might have been ran iixl there. One False Step Costly Near York J unes T. Harris, who enle 2S yeurs of honorable service In the Citr r'lnmwe Ivpsrtment hy steal In fJO.iMl In bond to provide medl-al care for two brothers, oae of whom died a few weeka ago wae mnten-ed lo serve an Indeterminate term in the penitentiary. The mini mum time lie may nerve la three year. Harris, wtm waa Indicted on the soerlnY i-harge of having stoles) SOW In Liberty bonds, pleaded gulMy of aeoml degree grand larceny. Denver Area Flooded I Denver, Colo.-1 "berry (Yeek, which mna throtmh a xtrtlon of this city, left Its bunks at Sieer boulevard sod Ixitnn streets and realdenta In the district were warned lo move. A rloudbumt at Parker waa rewponaible. The overllow three blix-ka eaat of the principal north and aoulh thorough fare ia Ienver. The creek still waa rising. It was believed no great dam ace would result unleaa further raiaa begun falling. Illxhwajra la the vi cinity of Parker were flooded more than one foot WINCHESTER, ICY- Citizen Kentucky Literature ia America.