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Citizen (Berea, Ky.): January 3, 1918 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1918 cit1918010301_sn85052076 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Citizen (Berea, Ky.): January 3, 1918 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1918 $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. PRESIDENT'S f:t)MP BEREA PUBLISHING iU HtHEA COLLEGE UEIJEA KY OFF I (.C CO. CrfHor M.WERTtNRrjtr.ER.M.n.Hnt (INCORPORATED) WM, (. FROST, MHorJCKM K rrerfjul lf JtortfSra l HT1, AY, M MYW4 mitt-mi- Vol. .XIX. Klvn Cents Devoted to tlie Interests of the !M!oTjin.tELijn. People per Copy. The Citizen MIMA, MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY, JANUARY .1, and the wny lo keep up wllh modem Knowlego Is to read a. good Newspaper. Kiiowledgo is Power 1018. One Dollar per Year. No. 27. The Wir un- IN STATE U- - S. Mil tOSS Or- No nation uvcr went to war with more pure and selfish motive than those of the United States. We do not expect to tfain territory or other plunder for ourselves. Our aim is to stop the crimes of Germnny as President Wilson says, to "make this world safe for democracy." This means to make the world safe for civilization, lo make it certain that treaties will be kept, that promises will he fulfilled, that the laws of civilized warfare will not be ruthlessly disregarded It is said the German Kaiser is going to propose twins of peace. When a man has violated his promises w( cannot accept more promises. Would not honorable terms of peace be about like this? First: Germany must give up all the territory which it has overrun and repair the damage which has been wrought on that territory. Secondly: Germany must repay the allied nations for the expense which they have incurred in munitions, war equipment and soldiers' pensions in stopping her lawlessness. Thirdly: The German Kaiser, his son, and Prime Minister, who constitute the German Government must be suitably punished for the violation of the treaties wh.ch guaranteed the neutrality of Luxemburg and Belgium; and they, together with all German officers and soliJiers against whom evidence can be brought, shall receive the regular punishment due for violating the law si of civilized warfare in the murder of prisoners and civilians and lke atrocities. Marlon. Many of the public sc'iools of llio county, whhh have been closet! for throo weeks on account of small-pox, have opened again. Louisville. I'rlvato Sylvan Blown, from KIrtland, Ky., and I'rlvatn l.owls Ferguson, from llurkosvllle, Ky., died at Camp Taylor of pneumonia. SPEEuS TRAFFIC War Board, Undor McAdoo's der, Reroutes Freight Over Shortest Lines. EARTHQUAKE WORLD NEWS DESTROYS nuniTui niTU UflrilHL bill Heavy snows havo been falling in Europe during tho week, causing somewhat of a lull in llio fighting. Tho ground is covered with whllo as far south as Spain. II lies deep in the mountainous country of northern Italy and hampers tho operations of the Germans and Austrians. FoOv 1. Why was the U. istration organized? f ervation Catechism S. FoM Admin- To provide llio ncedi'd supplies and to prevent the waslo of food. 2. Why is such an organization necessary? Hociujfo there is a food shortage In Kurcpe. We have heen helping lo feed, the starving population of Itolgium since the war hegan, and England, France, and our alll;s llaly are calling upon us for supplies. in America must he proper!) Iiuwll;l in order that we may he ible to send abroad as much food as Lmssihlc. 3. What is the causo of food shortage in Europe? nurnu the three years of war, between ri.noo.OOO uuil C.000.000 men have boon killed in battle. These men wein drawn from the farms mid otlur domestic industries. In the armies at the front are many millions more. Add to these tin thousands at work in munition plants, and the fact that many of tho most productive farms of Europe have been turned into hatllo Holds. With farms destroyed and ami millers farmers, rattle-raise- rs taken frim their dally pursuits to fight for life and liberty, the is a natural result. I. Is il a fact that the peoplo of dying of starvation? Europe Yes. Ir Belgium where wo havei hr.cn able to help the most, tlio death .rate has jono up overlive times tho held tlio L. & N. Railroad Co. respon- TO ELIMINATE SOME FREIGHT sible for tho death of James Case, 70 years old, who was killed by a train t North Cabin. Question ai to Whether the 2500,000 i Railway Employees Are Now GovPrnnklln. Jim Hntnhlln. nf ernment Employees Not Quit county, who was shot by Wes Collins Clear at Washington. during an a torcatlou at Auburn had I ono leg dniputatod at the Southorn Kontueky Sanitarium. Uoth bones Washington, Dec. 8L Actual gov- were fractured from the shot. eminent operation of tho railroads be- Fan with tho railroad war board Judge Alfred l. Nuck- - tlnued In charge under orders from ols has been appointed by State Chair- - Director General McAdoo to direct man Ilrown as County Chairman of ironic 0VCr tlie most convenient and tho War Savings Stamps Committee expeditious routes, of Woodford county. Woodford court- - j The board, composed of live of the ty's allotment of stamps Is $251,420. foremost rullroad executives, ( nutlim's j who have been In control of ronds Bowling Green. Patrolman Law- - snC(. )ri(i ,10W be 0IIIt,ea to Graham has gone to Atlanta, for Hxt the MolIng of iruille heretofore two of tho three mon alleged to. havo imMnthlp under the antitrust Iuwh. been implicated In tho robbing of the I -- Move Freloh hv shortest Route" -Wllllams-MoorCompany's store of Mr. MeAdoo IsxuihI !,Im ttrst formal 1600 worth of articles and also the j r(t.r designed to speed up the freight stealing of J, WV Campbell's automo- - movement. He Instructed nil rallronds bile. to move shipments by the shortest route iiik) ordereil them to continue Lexington. J, E. Delph, Jr., Emmet operation of their lines to conform Martin, Charles Vannaman and Harlan with President Wilson's prochunntloli Daker, officers of election In tho De- - pulling them under government con weeso sticet No. 2 precinct, were In-- 'i nil dieted for alleged offenses against the Mr. did m.t indirnte wheth election laws, end the three flrst j ,.r i, intended to displace the war rale in midsummer. The little cliil named were arrfttod and released on wmrj eventually, but It was modo clear drcii and the old peoplo are dying bonds. (hut It would continue until he de oD rapidly.' It is tho same in tho cides that u better plan can be Lexington. Four Kentucklans, who AH the war bourd's committee, other countries that have been deIn tho Including the operating committee of vastated by war. Tho occupying are lieutenant commanders navy, are promoted to be commanders, W, armies suck out (lie life blood, tho according to an announcement by Sec thevEnstern ronds, bended by A. Thompson, of the Baltimore & Ohio, food supply. retary Daniels. They are Roscoo, Were drnftvd Into service. The dl- fi. How can wo help these starv Conklln Davis. Charles A. Blakealey., nt0T svnorn retnlned the board's car ing peoplo? Husband E. Klmmel and Halsey Pow service committee, wlilvh Is assisting If children dying of starvation 11. the Interstate commerce commission In I o WlnchostoiyTho coroner's Jury The Knglish continue to hold thoir ground around Cambral in spllo of tho heavy nllacks, at intervals, of tho reinforced Gorman arm to j. Guatomala City In Ruins As Points nro lost nt times, but again Earth Trembles Many Lives recovered, sometimes on tho same Lost and Thousands are day. The Kalians aro bringing to thoir lino of defense fresh troops, eager for battle, nnd together wllh tho MANY ARE KILLED IN allies aro not only holding tho lino of defense but in somo cases nro asCOLLAPSE OF THEATRE suming tho oggrcsslvo nnd making attacks on tlio enemy. Series of Violent Shocks Results Devastation of Capital of Republic Panlc-Strlcke- Made Homeless In serving ono purpose, at People Flee From the Scene and More Than 80,000 least; it is showing tlio terms thai Germany is willin'g to mako. It is Now Are Homeless. n Tho nllcmpt to mako pcaco with Russia is rol food-.shorta- go stretched out their bony hands for the fowl you aro eating, you would not hesitate, you would give it all at once. Tho Food Administration docs not ask yuu. lo do this. It doos not ask you to sacrillce yourself, hut simply to see that all waslo is stop ped, that every particle of food is made the most of, In order that there may bo n larger surplus lo send abroad. C. How may wasto be prevented? In a large way, by tho U. S. Food A stralion, who control the movement of crops, watching tho speculators in tho markets and tho large handlers of food products, In a small way by every individual who sees that no wasto is permit led in the kitchen, the garbage pail, (he shops or on the farm. 7. What is the best food to send abroad? The foods that keep well and whito Hour. Perishable foods should bo consumed at home. Eat fish and other sea food, poul try and rabbits, iustenil of beef, unit (ConUnned on Pigs rour) Franklin, was Sam Hamblln brought to a local hospital suffering from a gunshot wound In his leg, Inflicted at Richelieu, In Butler county. After making an examination of his Injuries surgeons decided that amputation was necessary to save the man's llfo. He survived the operation. Bowling Green. The Bowling Qreon and Warren county boys of Company A, now scattered In various other companies at Camp Shelby,- Miss., have been remembered by homo people In the gift of a good, warm comfort and a pound of tobacco. The presents were bought with money originally donated for a camp kltchon. - distributing cars. As "another method to relieve congestion Hie war hoard members urged trims-ttortotlo- CONTENTS to make this new year count for more and better service. Every patriot should learn tho Editorial: Tho War. PAGE 1. Food Conservation Catechism, Our Own Stalo Nows; U.S.Nows; World News. - food conservation catechism found on this page, By living up to your Departmental Columns. the war. You must keep posted and PAGE 2. Mr. Hitler Writes to You. THE CITIZEN is a mighty good mod ium by which you can keep up with the times. If you havo a friend you Storyi A Deacon's Deal. admiro a dollar's worth, keep that Locals. PAGE 4. friend and send us tho dollar and see how much more that ono will News Articles. PAGE S. Local admiro you. Conserve your friend Mountain Farming: Pork ship through THE CITIZEN. PAGE 6. Plainly Proclaims Production to Government Patriotism. Look out fof n whole pago of War Insecticides Control Arscuio Chronology of 1017 in next issue. Fraud Warning. Supply This page alone will bo worth many Homo Clncintnli Markets. Neglected times tho cost of a year's subscrip Tho Departnenl: tion. Don't fall to renew at onco Health of Our School Children if you llnd a littlo message in tho Kilotion Cabinet. . North West Corner of this pago to Sunday you with tho hand of good fellow International Pl.BE 7. ship pointing toward it. It is our Sermon. school Lessons. Old Stonlngion way of warning you that your sub Hoy Senilis. scription has expired. Don't negEastern Kentcuky News lect it lost you bo neglected PAGE 8. aftor Letters. another issue. PAGE 3. host knowledge you can help win Serial: Seventeen. and Saturday indicated 80 per cent ot Guatemala City had been demolished and that thousands ot persons were homeless. Martial law had been declared and good order was said to be Frankfort. The U. 8. Snagboat prevailing. Guatemala has been the Gregory, which has been employed In scene ot many disasters, the results of making the repairs at Lock No. 1, Is earthquakes. Since the settlement ot about through there and will pass up the country in 1522 there havo been Ihtx rival- - In tirlno- .1n-t hi,... more than 50 volcanic eruptions and coal from Beattyvllle. Both the Seal in excess of 300 earthquakes. Lion and Dixie, towboats belonging to The original Guatemala City was detho Beattyvllle Coal Company, are at Beattyvlllo ready to bring out towa,ot In the country nearly 2,000,000 In stroyed In 1541 and 8,000 of the Innumber now become government em- habitants were killed by a deluge of coal. ployees. Some ofllclals hold that they water from a near-bvolcano, which do not on the ground that the governwas rent by an earthquake. The secLouisville. Following complaints ment In- assuming control of tho ond capital was destroyed by an earthof tho women of Louisville against Is only superimposing Its au- quake In 1773. Tho houses ot the presspitting In street cars, Col. Ludlow F. thority on them and Petty, chief of police, has detailed spo-- are owned now as that as the ronds ent capital were built low In "consebefore by their quence of the liability to earthquakes. stockholders, railroad employees Guatemala City has a population ot !. all violators of the law prohibiting" ,,. rniritiji-Ti IIIC i, iiiu iftlllt I Ill ..L nearly 100,000. It Is situated on a spitting In street cars. Each car op nv.ii roads. plain at an elevation of 4,850 feet erated by the Louisville Hallway Co. above sea level. In the great square is displaying signs warning passengers against tho practlco- - and will warn TAKE SPY RUNNING U. S. SHOP stood the old Vice Regal palace. The Cathedral is the Archbishop's palace them of the penalty. and Government's offices. The capital Munition Foreman In Brooklyn Tor- Is the center of the entire republic, ML Sterling. Henry M. Hlngo, City pedo Factory Locked Up on which consists In the manufacture of Clerk of Mt. Sterling, and cne of the - Treason' Charge. muslins, cotton yarns of One texture, city's most prominent young business article ot silver ami embroideries. men, was shot and killed at his cafe New York, Dee. :iL Paul Heimlg, here by Porter C. Eubank, Deputy Uninaturalised German, who has been ted States Marshal, following an alter employed us a foreman In u Brooklyn SO cents In change. Only factory In the making of torpedoes cation over for PAN-GERMAone .hot was fired, the bullet passing ,he UnIte(, s,ntos ,.,.,. HIT , wn rp, rnll-rooy rnt!-roaNS elimination of some forms of trntllc n u ml it Ih Intimated that denlnl of to ettmmojlltles considered may follow. This subnoiieMNentlal ject will be left largely to Judge Hubert S. IxiVett, government director of priority. Appointment of n government triilllc manager to preferential shipments of the food nnd fuel administrations nnd the quartermasters' corps nlso Is under consideration. Leglstatie Is Drafted. Legislation to guarantee the prewar revenues has been druft-e- d by the Interstate commerce commission along the lines suggested by the president's proclamation. This will be introduced In both houses of congress wl.V the president goes to the Capitol to outline his recommendations for ts, fll2!ld"1 There Is n question uh to whether the great mass of railway employees Western Newspaper Union News Service. way of reaching tlio ear of tho San Salyadore Guatemala City, nllies. While tho terms aro far moro capital of tho little Central Guatemala, satisfactory than thoso suggested at has been destroyed by an earthquake previous times, they fall far short Many persons were killed in the dis- of the aim that tho allies havo. aster, some in their homes and others In the streets. The Colon Theater, This peace movement is llkclv to which was filled with people, collapsed. There were many persons kill divide tlio population of both Ger ed In the'audlence. Various hospitals many and Russia. Some of tho Go- rand asylums and the prisons were bad- (man papers think that it concedes ly damaged and many patients and too much and gives up what the ar- . n .1 prisoners were killed. The railroad jimi-- iiuyo ....... n.. f icaaors, . on huh. nussiaii dopot, sugar mills, postofllce, the Ameruio otner nana, aro seeing tho am- ican and British legations. United States Consulate and all the churches iDiguotis nature of llio terms and ono In tho city have been leveled. Deep of tho delegates to tho peace conAssures opened in the middle of the ference has returned homo with the city. The Inhabitants n panic have remark that tho Germans aro disposfled from the city. More than 80,000 ed' to interpret tho clauses their own persons are homeless. The stock ot way. provisions in the city Is low and aid Is required quickly. The Salvadorean Holshuviki efforts to maintain cop-tr- ol Government has suspended the official are extending oven lo Siberia. r celebration and entered Into mourning In sympathy with Guate- There has been fierce fighting there mala. Earthquakes have been preva- dining tho week with tho apparent lent In Guatemala since the Jay after purpose of gaining control of the Christmas, when shocks were general great Siberian Railroad. It is rethroughout the republic. With each ported that tho city of Irkutz, on recurrent shock the damage in Guatemala City, the capital of tho republic, that line, has, in part, been destroyed. has grown more extensive. Last Thursday It was reported that A recent election in Canada has from ten to forty persons had been killed In the disturbances of the previ- supported tho present government ous night, while dispatches ot Friday which recently enacted a conscrip I 11 1 new-yea- thousM that this is her indirect, tion law somewhat similiar to that of the United Slates. There was much opposition to tho law in tho French Catholic provinco of Quebeo and a threat has boon made that il will secedo from thcdominion. The population of Halifax has requested thogovernmcnt to make an investigation of tho recent disaster, with llio purpose of fixing tho responsibility. It is felt that some ono should pay tho penalty for so serious n blunder, to say tho' least. Tho Minister of Marino has tho matter in hand and is complying with the request. His first attention, however, is given to preventing a recurrence of such nn event. Tho Japanese havo been attempting to establish civil government in llio provinco of China from which they expelled tho Germans. Counter, reports havo been appearing in regard lo tho attitude of tho Chinese. Ono asserts that they havo made violent protests and .tijo other declares that thoy havo only asked for explanations. Perhaps this is only a distinction without a difference. Tho authorities at Washington aro pleased at a statement of General Ohregon, "Minister of War in Mexico. and probably one of tho most able and rcliablo men of the administration. Ho is reported to havo said that Mexico could not Join tlio United States in her war against Germany and Austria but that alio would not aid Germany in any yajr, That is all wo can expect of Mexico. A severo carthquako has occurred in tho Central American stalo, Guatemala. It happened early in the ovening nnd rendered homeless over a hundred thousand peoplo. The number killed is not yet given but is supposed to bo largt). This is tho 300th carthquako that has shaken up that locality during its history but Is rather moro serious thafTus- -. ual. 0 W nro always glwl lo add now naotos of former Hcrca students, to our honor rwll when wo can secure tho correct address of tho hoys. If any should Jiscovcr orrors in tho roll wo sin II bo glad to correct them lhroui;h your Drop iih a l'lio and wo shall keep your friends posted as this is our Wo havo been In tho business. gamo for nineteen year's and expect When you havo friends oomo to town don't bo timid about sending in an item about them. They will ho pleased,. you will bo pleased, and wo shall lako pleasure In printing suoli when properly signed by tho writer. Don't fail to sign your name: otherwise it will not bo print ed. Ilemember the now command ment: Ho that tootcth not his own horn tho saino shall not ho tooted. to Jail without ball In federal , court here, charged with treason. authorities say, superintended tho assembling of the gyroscopes which control the course of the torpedoes. In the Monroe clrcull Accordlmr to District Attnrnev Burkesvllle. court, now In session at Tompklnsvllle, some of these gyroscopes have been Their Organs Denounce Proposed Mrs. Mary Mlllor Hagan was convicted found "mnlleiouslv mutilated." tm. Terms as Surrender to of manslaughter and given a term olWns done In such a way ns to render three years In the penitentiary. Mrs useless the torpedoes In which the gy. the Enemy. Miller was Indicted Jointly with hut roseopes were Installed. "Not only husband, Frank Hagan, on tho charge would these fornedoes have boon of murdering his brother, John Hagan WOrthlcss ns weapons, but It Is pos- ui vyciouu. niunruo couniy. rrnns 8jbo they would have proved engines SEE ENTENTE AS BIG VICTOR Hagan, the husband, has not yet been 0f destruction for their own users," ineu. airs, iingan aummeu Killing Mu the district attorney. nor nuiuanu s oroiuer, out saiu sne uiq British Trades Union Congress Votes s In ilnfanan e9 tnna to Fight On insists on Restitution uurarinM aiNMNti Uh SHIP and Rehabilitation of Belgium-Ger- mans Lexington. Dominate Petrograd. The Kentucky Press As Officials of Cunard Line Say Steamer soclatlon closed Its midwinter session Vlnovla Was Torpedoed Off hero wltb an Indorsement of the Na I Amsterdam, Dec. 31. the British Ules. tlonal Editorial Association's proposal1 newspapers ungrlly condemn the terms that the Government assume control New York, Dec. 31. Ofllclals of the of the ponce offer mude by the central of the print vaper mills In the United Cunard line here confirm previously powers. The TuKllsche Rundschau of States. published reports of the sinking by a Berlin says: "Never before have we given up so German submarine of tho steamship Lexington. Dr. J. J. Tlgert, doctor Vlnovla off the British Isles, Tho Vlno- completely everything we so dearly of f hllosopby at the University ot Ken vla was a vessel of bought with tho blood of hundreds of tucky, has left for Chicago to confer B,SQ0 tons gross. thousands with the sweut of millions, with V. M. C. A. officials on his taking with tho deprivations of our children, the work of the association with the with out own hunger." American expeditionary force la The. Deutsche 3eltung says that "the nance. (Coauaasd on fsge rive) Immediately the county jail to await trial. "Uf.h. l"0,!,"1, .fVt'fmnn'ded lodged in examining Hen-nig- NEW PEACE PLAN m n freight-carryin- g A chango has been mado in the Knglish Navy and tho head commander, Admiral Jelllco, has' been (Ctlaai4 ea me) v Pngo Two. THE CITIZEN Junynry 3, 1018. Academy Column Strong, Permanent Army Will Be National Need When Peace Comes "By that. Again, I want you lo support tlioso agencies, such as tho Y. M. C. A, Hint tend lo mako n man morally ns well ns physically fit. I If we arc willing to "go across" for you, you should bo willing lo "joiho nrross" for us now nnd oven moro generously in tho days to cotno. I often think .of Uorcn, alwayj with interest, nnd I wish for nil of you, mosl Joyous sensonnl grecl-tn- p. In fact, if I could bo tried for' mental desertion, I would often boj convicted. Wo never know whero wo will ba in tins game, wo jusi go on anil nwnit orders but wherovor I may go, and wherever I may ho, I will always bo nt heart "Heron." Most Sincerely, Corporal Henry A. Hitter, Co. C, 309th Field Sig. l)n., Camp Tnylor. CORPORAL My HENRY A. HITTER WRITES TO YOU Appearance of the American Soldier Has Always Impressed Observers By CHARLES W. ELIOT, PrM-den- t Emtrilm of ll.rr.rd Ittmiity Siucc tlio sinking of the Lusitnnia 1 have been convinced Hint the present Ocrninn government is faithless with regard to nil intcrnntionnl contracts, treaties or agreements; so Hint no other nation, or group of nntions, enn put confidence in nny future asseverations or pledge of that government, until by n long course ten years at least of honorable conduct the government and people of Oorinnny have established a new reputation for truth and honesty, and for honor in intcrnntionnl rclntions. Jinny months before vn'r was declared in April last, I held thnt active participation of the United States in the war ngninst Germany was the clenr duty of the American people, and also thn.t the United States should join the entcnto allies in an offensive and defensive nllinnco to prevent international wnr when the present wnr is over, and therefore should maintain n strong national nnny and nnvy based on universal training and universal liability to scrvico in war. To be sure, in respect to the provision of a strong American army and navy bused on universal training and liability to scrvico it lias thus far bccjiquite impossible to bring congress, or indeed the general public, to definite, action to the great disappointment of many American patriots; so that the army and navy of the United States at this moment rest on temporary or provisional enactments which provide only for enlistments for the war or "the emergency." I venture to hope that when the temporary enactments of tho present congress have taken effect congress will feel disposed to provido tho country with a large democratic and permanent army on the Swiss model. To that end indispensable if the United States is to contribute to the prevention of war hereafter most of tho recent temporary arrangements will prove to bo contributory. The people, but particularly the young men, havo gone into this war to put down autocratic, divine-riggovernment, to abolish the professional military class and to make justice or righteousness the governing principle in intcrnntionnl relations and to promote liberty among the masses of mankind. They will not lose their ardor in this righteous cause, or abate their efforts in even tho least degree. ht secret-diplomac- y, Dear Friends: While down nt Horcn, somo timo ago in the interest of Hie Y..M. C. A., I nlso wanted to glvo .my impressions of those phases of nrmy HTo not directly connected with that work. To n few of you I wns nb!o lo rclnto a lilllo nnd would like no thing bettor tlinn to he nhlo (o sit down on my hunk now and write u good long letter to every ono of yon. However, numbers nnd tiino forbid; but I hope you will tnko this ns none tlie less personal, for coming ns it does thru the tho nventio of GERTRUDE P. BISHOP tiik citikkn. I Jotted down n few tilings while out digging trenches tlio other dny. They often refer to us her ns "pick ed" men, and nt this timo wo nre. in the truest sense of the word. Do ing work thai docs moro for n man g hole than simply putting n in tlio ground. For ono tiling, it mnkes ono to have more respect for a foreign day laborer who enn do it alt day long, day after day, whereas wo luid to work in two short shifts, Wo ono of work and ono of rest. Game In Canadian Rockies. Moose arc found In large numbers on the flats around the hendwoters of the Kootennl and Columbia rivers. They are usually lnrgo nnd beautiful. zig-zaThere arc mountain Hon, wolves, elk, deer, lynx nnd nil sorts of small gnmo In the Cnnndlnn Itockles, says an exchange, but more hunters como for mountain sheep nnd goats than for other hunting. The big horn sheep, appreciating tho protection afforded by park, are sometimes n little diffwo worked did work, the but they nre Increasing rapidly, when icult, (hough, and al (ho end of hardly while In all other parts of the contiperfect day wo wcro nhlo lo see nent they are dying out. Tho goats, what (he subsoil looked like nt n too, seen on clenr days like specks of moving snow on the mountain sides, depth of seven feet for n consider able length. Every company must from the verandas and terraces of tho rinnff Springs hotel, are Increasing. take thoir turn for the experience there is in it. They nro laying olT a repllrn of n European battlefield, Several foreign papers hnvo remarked on tho appearance of tho American soldier, ns a typo so strongly set in its individuality thnt it has evoked interest in a world whoso jaded vision can but picturo men in khaki. Whnt in him has gained such wido attention? Tt is tho American look thnt expression of intensified keenness, tho look connoting eagerness, zest, nnd best of all still unsntisficd interest in tho world. As far bnck as 1777, when Burgoyno with his Hessians surrendered to tho colonial army after the bnltlo of Snrntogn, thnt snmo impression of tho American expression wns apparent. A Hessian prisoner wroto in his memoirs: "Wo passed through tho American camp in which all tho regiments stood under arms. Not ono of them was uniformly clad; each had on tho clothes which ho woro in the fields, tho church or tho tavern. "They stood, howovcr, liko soldiers; well arranged nnd with n military nir, in which thcro wns but littlo to find fault. All tho muskets hnd bayonets, nnd tho sharpshooters had rifles. Tho men nil stood so Mill wo wcro filled with wonder. Not ono of them mndo n singlo motion ns if ho would speak with hia neighbor. Nny, more, nil tho lads that Btood thcro in rank nnd file, kind naluro had formed so trim, so slender, so nervous, that it was n plcasuro to look nt them, nnd wo wcro all surprised nt such n rnco." If tho Hcssinn's ghost returned todny, ho would still find "tho slim, nervous lnds thnt stood in rank and file," with the snmo Bilcnt expression of courage and fire but now clnd in khaki in prnco of homespun. Through this intcrnaturalization of all peoples has como a product yet unknown tho American soldier. For tho butcher's boy, tho millionaire's son, the clerk, tho sport and tho professor have joined tho army. well-form- covering Severn! squaro miles, for purposes of training tills division of in the peculiar contingencies (renrli warfare. When (hey nro completed, our company shall re- (raining in n- - d I (Torn t catiirn pacity. fr The Price of Freedom. Oh, the dreary leriEtli of the days la which we go to school with the Law the old dame with her cupboard full of pains and penalties Oh, the bitterness of the continual repression of desire, the galling of the bunds, the chafing of the fetters I Oh, the heavy stupidity of authority how It makes us fume and fretl Oh, the monotony bf the path with Its trim hedges, and the everlasting warning to trespassers wherever to our furtive eye there tomes n gllmps of a. wider, wilder World which promises the chance of Irtak nnd adventure But, patience, ny heart, patience a little while. Something meanwhile Is growing deep nnd strong within thee. This Is thy true freedom, nnd at such a cost has It to be purchased. One day, when at last thou art able to bear thy freedom, thou shalt nwnke to a world In which thou mayest roam In every wood, loiter In every glade, drink of every stream, follow what path thy desire prompts thee to, and, without hurt or peril, all things shall be thine richly to enjoy I Edward Lewis, In 1 1 Men Embroider. Embroidery might be called tho household Industry of Japan, nnd It Is nn Industry or an art, perhaps one would better say that has been handed down In the same families for many generations. Men, ns well as women, are engaged In the work, which Is done In the homes or In small shops Where ' usually from three to ten, nnd n nura-- i bcr of skilled embroiderers. The mn- -' Jorlty of the workers are men who have been trained ns apprentices to produce the finer grade of wrok which Is demanded by the Japanese people. There are probably about 1,500 In all uow engaged In this Industry, according to a recent estimate. Women do embroidery at home In some parts of Japan. This Is done by the piece-wor- k system, upon which payment Is based. The contractors supply their workers with the materials needed, although sometimes the wholesale dealer attends to this dlrec tly. the Atlantic. show tlio Government Printing Ofllco will use 100,000,000 pounds of paper, costing about this year. Estimates .Men working in many coal mines 00, throughout the country voluntarily cut down the Christmas holiday to keep factory fires burning nnd houses warm. CHINAMEN WILL FIGHT IN AMERICAN ARMY Quite a number of Chinese residents of the United States aro In the Tstionol army and are expected to make fine soldiers. These two, now at Camp Upton, are typical of the Orientals who have responded to the draft On (Irst routing up hero, I wns n, placed in a provisional training learning tho fundamentals of infantry drill and tho school of the soldier. I was getting along very nirelv when ono day, out of n clear ky. came a transfer to tho engineer regiment, remaining there until I was able lo bring nbout my transfer tit tho Signnl Corps (brains of tlio irmy' tho branch of the service I have wanted to bo in over since my arrival, for I feel my experience f (ho past can bo utilized lo best advantage hero and the work s along lines I have always been in- (eresled in. Tlio bntLilion is made up of three companies and ours is known as an o'dpost company, tlio particular work of which is to keep brigade headquarters in touch with the commanders' of the units in the field. Wo aro learning how to establish, maintain and operate all kinds of linos of communications in order It ho able lo efficiently do this. Wo havo our telegraphy school, semadrill, lectures in phore and wig-wa- g all tho different phases of tho work, all of which is very interesting. Just at present, wo nro gelling active practiro in the field. The different platoons of the company go out into tho country and each ono establishes thoir respective stations in order to got a message thru over a prescribed course in the most accurate nnd speedy wny. Competition is keen nnd gives good opportunity for the use of initiative nnd ingenuity in tho means employed at present though it seems so far removed from (he ultimate purpose, thai it is all for. I can hardly go into the details of all tho diversified thing incidental to camp life that we must do here. I started this in tlio trendies nnd nm finishing it in tho gunrd house, Christmas Day. I am corporal of tho guard, just back from posting my relief and nm on duly in the gunrd house. I like to be appealed to from the positive sido. but tho plight of tlio unfortunates confined hero is nn inccnltvo to good behavior from ,tho opposite, sido. Soveral days ago wo came with much rejoicing nnd relief-- -: out of nn airtight quarantine for, spinal rneningilis not even allowed j to write letters. Some things nro j hard to understand. Tho world situation that places, mo hero nt this timo seems so In- -; consistent with tlio prinoiplos nndj ideals of Him, whoso birth wo this. And yet who day commemorate can say? Tho Lord works in a mysterious wny, nnd nt this timo it is not for us to doubt. However, ns tho fellows nro wont to say, "it is a great lifo if yon don't weaken." Tliero is much to contend with Just nt present, anxiously awaiting Xma.s furloughs that look vcr doubtful now. I huvo also been trnnsforrcd enough tokrjow that it tilings nro pleasnnt, or un- -i leasant, as the case may he, lies largely in tho power of the indiviTha dual compnny commanders. feeling that llio rank and fllo back homo aro doing thoir utmost to support us In all ways possible, helps much. Beron, I nm suro, is doing bnt-(nlio-- Where History It Romantic Nowhere Is history so roranntlc ns In the Cnucnuis region, says a hNtorlan. Alexander the Orent wns Its first auThe thentically recorded conqueror. legions of I'ompey nssalled It, trying vigorously to force their way through the Dnrlol pastt. The Turks by and by surprise nttacks frequently got through In later days. The first Hiistalued freedom which the mountaineers received wns when the crusaders so decimated the tribes of Islam that they could be driven out by tho Georgians. strut-Mge- 28' 30 27 23 5 ?4 23 ?' .20 F, Wfl SIMPLICITY OF APPEAL. An advertisement phrased In simple words Is much stronger than It would be If It contained a lot of technical terms and long Words. Tho average reader Is not familiar with many technical phrases and will not take the trouble to look them up. Tho advcitlscr knows thnt to sell merchandise he must mako bis readers want It. And this he cannot do If they aro unable to understand what he tells them nbout the goods. So he avoids technical descriptions, lie shuns big words. Ho keeps his sentences short so that the reader can follow the thought easily. Ills description of the goods Is written not In tho shop words of tho maker but In the language of the salesman, lie tells of tho article's merits, Its uses. Its convenience, Its quality and Its price. And when he ends his story he lenves you with n desire to see, to havo and to own tho artlclo about which be has told you. He accomplishes what technicalities would not do. well-poste- d THE DOTS SOMEWHERE IN FRANCE. By Clifford Leon Sherman. Dear Folks : Well, I have learned the military signs for map making, nnd learned how to estimate, dlstnncu by h horse's step, nnd still I find I nm just beginning to lenrn things about tho army gume. Todny I learned. If I multiplied the diameter of n wheel by 3.1410 It would give me tho circumference. And multiplying the circumference by the number of revolutions traveled by the wheel would gtvc mo dlstnnce. Simple, Isn't It? And this afternoon the engineers are going to tnke us out and teach us how to build a SAMMY. To complete tho picture, draw n line from dot 1 to dot -- , then from dot 2 to dot 3, nnd so on. (Copyrleht, 1917, by Tin DU Syndicate. Inc.) . 2.1. AMERICAN AMBULANCE UNIT TAKEN OVER BY ARMY umbulnnco unit, one of the first American contingents to see service This photograph shows the Nortou-llurje- s It has Just been taken over by the American nrmy under Oeneral Pershing. Tho unit performed heroic work In aiding the wounded, and many of Its members were awarded the Crolr de flucrro for their bravery. In Franco. A Great Demand For Teachers; Normal Training Prepares Them. Jnnunry 3, 1018. a TUB CITIZEN day. whMllug' anif fookfiig' Hack", was In "love of her! Yc gods! What kind of a person will she grow up Into If you don't punish her for havln' Ideas like that at her age? I never heard of Nttcli n thing! That worm wnlkln'pmt here four or five times a day just to look nt Jane! And her standing there, calmly tollln' that sooty faced little girl. 'He's In love of mer Why. It'a enough to alcken n man! Honestly, If 1 had my way, I'd sea that both the anJ that little Freddie Hanks got a first class whipping!" "Don't you think, Willie." said Mrs, Ilaxtcr "don't you think that, consld-- ' crlng the rather noncommittal method of Freddie's courtship, you are sug- Pago Three hospitable matron she advanced graciously toward tlio new neighbor. "Why, my dear Mrs. Hmlth, come right T O, tnl I thought you'd call thin morning. want to tell yon about my lovely little daughter. Khe'a only ten yeara old Von an' n) the brightest things! really tnuat- "n llut nere Jane Interrupted herrelf allruptly and. hopping behind the hush, peeped over It. not at A Tale of Youth end Summer Time and Mrs. Rmlth, but at a boy of ten or the Baxter Family, eleven who was passing along tho sidewalk. Her expression wns gravely InEspecially William terested, somewhat cotnpla cut, and Mrs. Hmlth una not ao lacking In perception that alio failed to understand how completely fot the time being, at BOOTH --TARKINGTON lenat calling was suspended. The boy whistled briskly "My CounCopright, mi. int. br Metropolitan try, Tla of Thee." and, though his Masatln. knowledge of the air failed him when ho Mulshed the second line, ho was not disheartened, but began at the beginning again, continuing repeatedly after CHAPTER XX. HiIh fashion to onset monotony by pa"Don't Forget." triotism, He lie whistled loudly. nut to Ibc sidewalk wulked with ostentatious Intent to bo mine lit cun to kick one of tlio JA.N'i: pkkptn. at some heavy ulfalr In the distance. Ilia ears weru red. He looked neither ask-h- 1 "Vou see Hint ole fatty? to the right nor to the left that Is, he tlio little girl, tMilntltiK to one of tliu looked neither to the right nor to tho workmen tlutn sulllclcntly Idcntlflcd. left until lie, had passed the llaxters' "Yes." fence. Hut when he had gone as "That's the one broke the goldfish," aa the upper corner of the fence far-' benlil the III tic girl, There was n pause, tils head and looked during which he continued to scuff yond he turnedany expression, except back, without e the curbstone with her hIiik. Jriic Unit of a whistler, at Jane. And thus, sculling the fence picket. "I'm whistling "My Country, 'TIs of goln' to have m,m get ti t tit arrested." still Thee," and with blank pink fuce over I til uli the stranger. his shoulder, he proceeded until he was ".My iiim Kot two men arrested out of sight. once." Jane a il calmly, "two or threo." "Who wns tlint boy?" the new neigh-- 1 The little girl's eyes, wandering up- bo r then Inquired. ward, took note of Jnue's pupa's honso "It's Freddie," Jane en Id placidly. anil of a (lcrca young gentleman framed In our Sunday school. He's In In an open window upstairs. Me was "He's i love of me.IL- seated, wore Ink upon Ills forehead and "Jane!" lapMil Ida teeth with a red penholder. Again the outraged and Ink stained "Who Is that?" she asked. countenance glared down from the "ll'a Willie." window. "la It your papa?" "What you want?" Jane asked. Jane exclaimed. "It'a "What you mean talking about such Willie!" things?" William demanded. "In all oalil the little girl, apparently "Ohr' my life I never heard anything as ills- satisfied. j gustlngl Shame on you I" Bach now scuffed less energetically The little girl from across the street with her shoe; feet Mowed down, ho looked upward thoughtfully. "He's did conversation, nnd for a time Jo no mad," she remarked, and, regardless and the stranger wrapped themselves fif Jma'i tir.tvli.na tit f.itttin t Inn 'tf la 111 . .. ..... stillness, thouch I hi' re ihav hare' your papa, ihii i n- - suo imhimcu. been some silent communing between .., toU1 J0U ,,, Jam ,eilt mNo,.. them. Then the new neighbor place. flvc ,llues ,t., br0hor Willie." her feet far apart and leaned backward ; ,.0,,,.. le t,c kM H,lUi Brasp. lug the fact that William's position wns In dignity and authority negllgl- hie compared with that which she had persist,,! In Imagining, she felt It safe to tint her upward gare With disfavor "He acts kind of Tary. she mur- ruured. "He's In love of Miss Pratt," said Jane, "She's goln' awny today. She said she'd go before, but today she 1st Mr. Pnreber. where she visits, he's almost dead, she's stayed so long. She's LIEUT. PATRICK O'BRIEN Seventeen 1 i x there ?" "Thero Is to ho n Jedgincnt day, Isn't A Deacon s Deal a I II 1 (Copyright, ill By John Boylan 'I Newepa-p- like-win- I ' I i "No-o-o-o- i ' 1 nle. "Oh, my dear Mrs. Jones," Jane began at once, "I want to tell you about I have two, one my lovely chuldreu. only seven yenrs old and the other" "Jane!" called Mrs. Ilaxtcr from William's window "Yes'iul" "You must go somewhere else to play. Willie's trying to work at his studies up here, nnd he says you've disturbed him very much." "Yes'm." Tho obedient Jane and her friend turned to go. and as they went Miss Mnry Itandulph Klrvtcd allowed her x attitude. linger with Increased eyes "I'm walkln'." Jane protested, her uplifted upon to William, who appeared face not quite upsldo down. "Look! disfavor beside Mrs. Itaxter at tho window. I'm wulkln' that way too. My "I tell you what let's do' Itannle rutgested In a lowered voice. "He got came an outraged shout from There so fresh with us an' made your mother above, and a tierce countenance stained with Ink protruded from tho win- come un all, She hesitated, dow "Let's what?" Jane urged her In an ' "June!" euger whisper. "What?" "l't's think up soinep'n he won't like "Stop thnt! Stop putting your stomand do It.!" ach out In front or you like that! It's They disappeared round the corner disgraceful!" of the house, their heads close toHoth young ladles, looking rather gether. ivmiuud the perpendicular. Upstairs Mrs. Itaxter moved to the "Why doesn't he like It?" the struuger door of her son's room, pretending to asked In h tone of pure wonder. bo unconscious of tho gaze he main "1 ' don't know," said Jnue. "Ho upon her. Mustering courage doesn't like much of anything, He's tained to hum a little tune and affecting In- seventeen years old." consequence, she hud nearly crossed After that the Uvit stared moodily nt the ground for u little while, chasten- the threshold when he raid sternly: "And this U all ;ou Intend to say to ed by the severe presence above; theu thnt child?" June brightened. "Why. yes, Willie." "1 know!" she exclaimed cosily. yet I (old you what she said!'' "Let's play inlli'r.i. Illght here by this he"And cried. "I told you I heard her stand IiiikIi'II be my house. You come to there and tell that dirty faced llttlu cull on me. an' we'll talk ubout uur girl how that Idol Imy that's always You bo Mrs. Smith, an' I'm i huldreii. wulkln! LnsL here, fojitox live Uuie&n, Mrs. Joiion." Ami In the character ot stum-mlck"let's--let's- " "Lookl" aha said. "Look at mal" ward and her reiunrkuhly tlexlblc spine Inward until a profile view of her was grundly hciulclrculur. Jane watched her attentively, hut without comment. However, no otie could have doubted that the processes of auiiTnlutanie were progiexstug favorably. "Let's go in our yard," said Jane. The little girl straightened herself with a slight gasp and accepted tho Invitation. Side by side the two passed through tho open gate, walked gravely forth upon the tuwu and halted as by common consent. Jane thereupon placed her feet wide apart and leaned backward upon nothing, attempting the feat lit contortion Just erfinned by the stranger. "Look!" she said. "Look at me!" Hut she 'lacked the other's genius, lost her balance and fell. Horn she Immediately got to her feet and made fresh efforts. "No! Uok at mo!" the little girl cried, becoming semicircular again. This Is the ways 1 call It 'puttln' your atummick out o' Joint.' You bavou't got yours out far enough." "Yes, I have," said Jane, gasping. "Well, to do It right, you must walk that way. As soon as )ou get your stummlck out o' Joint you must begin n' wulk. Look! Like thlsl" And the lltllo girl having achieved a stuto of such convexity that her braided hair almost touched the ground behind her, walked successfully In that singular per-alstc- William, to whom all was audible, shouted hoarsely. "I'll see to you I" and disappeared from tbc window. "Will he come down here?" the little girl asked, taking a step toward the gate. to call momma. "No. He's lust I til no All .bo!! ,1'll !. I.i I. .11 II. In Then we can go aomewheres else tnlk to denesls." "Who?" "Genesis. He's puttln' a lond of coal In the cellar window with a shovel He's nice." "What's he put the coal In the window for?" "He's a colored man," said Jane, "Shall we go talk to him now?" "No." Jane said thoughtfully. "Let's be playln' callers when mamma comes to tell us to go 'way. What waa your -r awful. I think." not remember an- summer In my whole life which has tnn like this summer, be- cause a Kfeat clinn , lias come over me this summer If ou would like to know what this nirnns It wus something like I said when Juhn Watson got there yesterwhat I said day afternoon and May you enjoy this candy and think of the giver I will put something In with thla letter It Is something maybe you would like tn have and in exchange 1 would Klve all I lessees for one of you If you would send It to me when you set home". do this for now my heart I1ea ts braking. Yours sincerely. WILLIAM 8. BAXTER. IALIAB) LITTLE HOY BAXTER (To Do Continued) ;, yes, almost the Miss, Pratt's In this town you let your only daughter stand here nnd speak disrespectfully of her, and then all you do Is to tell her to 'go play somewhere elsol' " "You're nil wrought up" "I am not wrought uprr shouted William. "Why should I bo charged wlth- ""Now, now!" Mrs. Itaxter said. "You'll feel better tomorrow." "What do you mean by that?" he demanded, breathing deeply. For reply she only shook her bead In an odd little wny. "You'll lie nil right, Willie," sho stld softly and closed the door. Alone. William lifted clinched hands In a scries of tumultuous gestures' at the celling; then he moaned nnd sank Into n chair nt his writing table. Presently a comparative culm was restored to him. and with reverent fingers be took from n drawer a one pound box of candy, covered with white tissue paper, girdled with blue ribbon. Ito set the Ikix gently tieslde him upon the table, then from beneath a large green blotter drew forth some scribbled aheets. These he placed before him nnd, taking uflnlte :a'ns with bis handwriting, lowly opled: Dear lyila -- I rvMime vhen you are reading there 'mi It will ba this afternoon, ami you will be on the train moving rapidly awny from this old place here farther and farther from It nil. As I sit here at my nld drsk nnd look liaek upon It II uflill I ntn u'rllln.- - thla iVi r.u..11 1ttr I nop. wnrn yo are rmdlns it you also will look bs.li nun it nil nnd tblnk of ter "1 ''"' '',,,e On tho very last day gesting extreme measures?" "Well, she certainly ought to be punished!" he Insisted, and then, with a reversal to agony, he shuddered. "That's the least of It!" lie cried. "It's the Insulting things you always allow her to say of one ot the noblest girls In the United Plates that's what counts! last hour-that 1917, by the McClura Ryndlcato.) r years." "He did, wldder "Yes, they any so," "Gabriel will blow his horn?" "I expect he will." "And the quick nnd the dead will rise up?" "Yes." "Deacon Goodhue, hnw far 19 It from this tu the town of Guilford?" "Just seven miles, wldder." "And n straight rood?" "There hnln't n bend in It." "Well, everybody In this village knows thnt my Peter used to start for Guilford every Saturday for years and There la nn nnclent Iden still floating nround thnt because n mnn Is n church deacon he must take the smnll end of the bargain when he either buys or sells. If ho trades horses he must take a blind one In exchange and be thnnkful-thn- t the equine has four legs to move about on. If he mnkes cider to sell he must turn out the pure quill, wherens nny j one else Is excused for n dilution of flvc pnlls of wntcr to n bnrrcl. For about fifteen yenrs Deacon Goodhue hud been governed by the an Lieut. Patrick O'Drien, an &.merlcan clcnt Idcn, nnd lmd been looked upon member of the British flying corps, ns a mnn that w ould be a lender nmong who was brought down In a the angels, but all of a sudden there battle by the Germans, and wi'io had came n change. He hnd been thinkbeen taken Into Germany on his way to ing things over, nnd when he killed a prison camp, Jumped from a train nn early fall pig ha did not send the which was going 30 miles ?n hour, and remains nround nmong the nearest ten d jy many heroic and clever moves families, ns had been his wont, nnd to get Into Holland, and then bulk keep the ears end bristles for his porto England. tion. And hereupon the people exclaimed : "Deacon Goodhue has surely bnck-sli- d I" "Within a month he'll be selling milk "if tt( Instead of giving It awny." "He enn't develop such n spirit as this nnd expect to remain in the oie-tlde- d M.in-ige- he did." "And everybody also knows that he got lost ns regularly us ho started, and It took two days to tlud him." "Two days, wldder, and sometimes three." "When Gabriel blows that horn ain't there goln' to be such a bustlln' and hustlln' ns this world has never seen?" "Quite likely." "Peter will be nmong 'cm. When ho pops out uf his grave he'll take a look nround, nnd If he sees the same old landmarks he'll hustle straight for the golden gates. If he's been dug up and burled in n strange spot It'll bo like goln' to Guilford over ngaln, and tho gates will he fillet agin him. No, I want to give Peter a fair show with the rest of 'em, and I shan't withdraw my protest." Did the deacon nrgue the point? Not n bit of It. Did he offer a whopping big price, nnd thereby arouse the widow's cupidity, and start her making Inquiries? Not at nil. He Just went home and sat down nnd thought aloud: "When n wldder woman Is n wldder woman what does she wnnt most on m "yr this earth? "When n wldder woman has to make her own garden, milk her cow, feed her hogs, take cure of the chickens, split the wood, shovel snow nnd build her own tiros whnt does she most sigh for?" "For n man, of course," he nnswered himself "nny fool knows that I" The deacon set out with horse nnd buggy nnd rode over most of the country. He finally found the man he was looking for, nnd nccosted him with: "Do you wnnt to marry a wldder woman with about $3,000?" "You bet your hat I dol" was tho ready reply. It did not take over half an hour to settle the details, but the deacon thought best tc wait ten days longer before calling on the widow Itaymond ngaln. She met him with n smile and said: "Deacon, I nm rendy to withdraw ray protest." "Has something happened, wldder?" he Innocently queried. "I am going to marry a mnn named Ilogers." "You don't say!" "Tep. No more single blessedness for me." "But nbout Peter when the horn blows?" "Oh, ns to thnt I've been tblnkln'. If Peter, when the Jedgment day comes, can't keep up with the scramble, he must put up with the best ho enn dol" And when the villagers heard thnt the deacon hnd mnde n clenr $15,000 by securing n husband for the widow niid selling the property to the railroads, they went to the parson again. "As I take It," he replied, "the widow couldn't look around, and so the deacon did it for her." "But he mnde $15,000." "And out of It he hns paid up my back' salary, and Is going to repaint the meeting houso nnd provide It with a spire and pew cushions. The deacon's all right." church 1" Deacon Goodhue dug thirty bushels nf nntntnoA from hln enrrlnn thnt fall. j and Instead of giving nwny twenty of them, nnd llvlmr on turnlns after Jnnu- nry, he stored every peck of them In his own cellar. Some folks said thnt the evil omen hnd surely got hold of him, nnd some almost excused his unheard nnd unwarranted conduct by paying that he was losing his mind. Whntever It wns, he kept right on springing his surprises. Urother Absalom Sprlngtree hnd n sick cow. lie nsked a tin peddler to diagnose the ense, nnd, after looking nt her eyes and twisting her tail, the man looked wise nnd said: "That 're cow has got a bad case ' nkck andTcaT of the Nearly Done. Jlmmle wns going out with his mother ono afternoon and had been sent upstairs to get rendy. After a long wnlt the mother called up the stairs: "Hurry down, Jlmmle, we're late now. Have you shoes on yet?" "Yes," replied the boy; "all but two." got-yo- holler-horn.- " EDWARD nHTuRLEY, JR. ' I ' ' name?" "Itannle." "No, It wasn't." "It Is too Itannle." the little girl Insisted. "My whole name's Mnry Randolph Kirs l ed. hut my short name's Itannle." Jane laughed. "What it funny namcl" she Mild. "I didn't mean your real name; I meant your callers' name. One of us was Mrs. Jones, and ono was" "I want to be Mrs. Jones," said Itan- aaMfeaV' ft,1" ' "&f'Jr .aaaaV ? I Will she die of It?" "The chances are nine out of ten thnt she will." "What hnd I better do nbout It?" "Trade her off, nnd thnt without a day's delay. Don't you know of nny one nround here you can stick?" "Ural Why, thero Is Deacon Goodhue?" "Go for him I" The cow was driven over to the deacon's. lie stood a rod nwny nnd Scientifically Considered. "I think n man derives his mentality looked over and shook bis head nnd nnd character from his mother," re-- j replied : "Bad case of the holler-horn.- " marked the student of heredity. "Dut you con cure It." "Then," commented Miss Cayenne, "the mother of n slacker must have ' "I don't want to. Let her die on been one of those girls who mnnlcuro your hands I" Thnt reply went to the parson, nnd their nails and eat chocolates while nsked to entertain charges. i he was mother does the housework." "Was there nny cheating on .the part of the deacon?" he nsked. Seems Fair Enough. not skassly." "Would vou die for vour counlrv?" "Then what can he be charged "Yes. I would." nnswered tho pntrt-- 1 otic cltlxen, "nnd If I'm ever called on with?" "Why, refusing to do a neighborly to make such a sacrifice I hope the fact that I don't know a single stnnza nctl" "You believe In Moses, don't you?" of the national anthem will not be held "Of course, parson." against me." "He wns a good mnn?" "Shoo "N-o-- Edward N. Hurley, Jr., son ol tho chairman of the United States shipping board, Is utilizing the knowledge gained In his father's business by assisting the chief of the division of railway operations In the United States army. He Is a lieutenant Another on of Mr. Hurley Is at Camp, Meade. She night. He Oh well, every misfortuno has Its bright .side. She I'd like to know tho bright side of thnt? lie I won it. A Dig Difference. Bright for Him. Brother Jack lost nt cards last , She Whnt Is tho difference between n detectlvo In a novel nnd a detective In renl life? He Tho story book detectlvo In vents u crlmo to fit his theories and tho detectlvo In real life invents theories to fit n crime. Cause for Anxiety. "How now, Oeraldlne?" "I nm Investigating the conditions that surround poor working girls." "Their lot Is often trying." "Indeed It is. Why, half of them go to work without chaperons, Clarice." Tho Lamb. BIx Two 8lzes Too Large. You lost your head completely at the banquet last night. Dlx That accounts for It, then. I felt sure the head I got ou mo this morning wasn't mine. Boston Evening Transcript. "A mighty GREYHOUND FAST AS PIGEON "He wns the owner of cows?" was." "He sternly. right." "Do you think be would trade a English Dog Can Cover Ground at the Rate of From 18 to 23 Yard "Hut, sir," expostulated the clerk, good cow for one with the hollow Every Second. "In this case I wns exercising a privil- horn?" ege to which I am entitled." The caller went nway disgruntled, Compnratlvely few people realize of "Whnt do you mean?" and the deacon kept right on being what remarkablo speed dogs nre capa"The lady I was arguing with Is my good to himself. wife." No deacon hns ever been considered ble, observes a writer in tho SpringThe wolf a good business man, and when It was field (Mnss.) Republican. CO miles In one ONE MAN'S CONCLUSION. known that Deacon Goodhue was can run between 50 nnd branching out a little It wns predicted night, nnd the Arctic fox can do quite as well, If not better. thnt: Eskimo and Siberian dogs can travThe eggs he sent to market would el 45 miles on tho Ice In five hours, nit addle. That the butter would all turn and there Is one case on record In which a team of Eskimo dogs traveled fro wny. nnd miles In 28 minutes. That tho strawberries would turn sixEnglish f setters nnd pointers hunt at sour, and that the calfskins would bo thp rate of 18 to 10 miles nn hour, nnd a losing venture. They went to tho parson again, and they can mnlntnlu the speed for at extraleast two after he had heard the story he re- ordinarily hours. Foxhounds nreby swift, ns Is proved tho plied : fact that n dog of this breed onco "Oh, I don't know." bent a thoroughbred horse, covering "But you will surely talk to him?" four miles in six nnd one-haminutes. I will tell htm thnt I "Oh, yes. Greyhounds are the swiftest of nil more men of the world attendwished creatures, nnd their speed ed my church I" may be regarded ns equal to that of "Parson Stehhlnsl" was gasped. carrier pigeons. English greyhounds "In which event my salary, poor ns which aro carefully selected and which It Is, would not bo from five to sir nre used for coursing are able to cover months behind I" at full gallop a spaco between 18 and Deacon Goodhue was Uko a draraat- - S3 yards every second. "Watches nnd political cundldates 1st. He worked up to a climax. It Is said that n hare at Its greatest much alike." bans It was because ho was not n speed never goes faster than at the "What's tho mutter now?" business mnn thnt he got n hint thnt rate of 18 yards a second. In"Thut Is, unless they run well they a railroad was coming to town, nnd teresting statistics fully prove These the right aro no good I" of the depot nnd a rc-- of the greyhounds to rank as the swift that the site pair shop would Just cover what was est of tho quadrupeds. Failure. tho town graveyard. There had been Fame's ladder none would want to climb talk for yeara about abandoning the A Bitter Reflection. For there'd be nothing- - to It, old site for one better located, and If men succeeded every time "Do you subscribe to tho theory Umt They tried to do it. the deacon's offer for the land wns It Is better to have loved and lost ' thought n liberal one. Under a state than never to have loved at all?" asked law, however, If a slugle objection was the sentimental person. The Burglar's Profit. no move could be mado for a cerI glvo you my word tiled Householder "Thnt depends on the circumthreo seventy-liv- e Is all I have In the tain length of time. stances," replied the cynical bachelor. house. The widow Itaymond had filed an "Thete's precious little consolation In Burglar Well, say I When yo fig objection. She had lost her husband tho thought that you have loved and ure me time un' mo tools, how d'ye some five years before, and to put it lost, If the object of your affection expect me to make uny protlt at that In her words when tho deacon culled a fortune approximating seven has on her: rate? Life. "Remember," Excusable. snld the floor walker, "The customer Is always one-hallf four-foote- d ' I I I ' ' good man." If You Don't go to War, go to School! I'.ipo Four. LIVING1 TUB CITIZEN PICTURES SUCCESS A Jnnynry 3, I018 CATECHISM One) QREAT FOOD CONSERVATION (Continued LOCAL PAGE NEWS 01' UI5KEA AND VICINITY, QATH11RED FROM VARIETY OF SOURCES A Dean & Stafford REAL ESTATE Bank & Truit BUg. Miss Julia Hanson, who ha been her mother, Mrs. Kdgnr returned nl Winchester, t (tiling VrII. tortile Monday. (i.HirKu Pow. aflur spending Christ-- J Berea, Ky. ions wmi nil rniiniy, returned to West Virplnlo, Monday. l Harry Zimmerman, who has beou he guest of Mr. and Mrs. Goorgo Scipntillc liorsc shoeing, lino Iron Pnw, returned to West Virginia. Monday. work and repairs of nil descriptions MH Mnrlo Bower and sister, Lil Shop, at tlio College Blacksmith are vistmig In Lalonla this Main Street, north of The Citizen lian, ' HERE IS TOM'S STORY .ad. week. Ofllcc. I never realized what stood beBuy your Hour, teal and bay at tween mo and n better job nt the ad.-2- 7 Pennington's. Wo SELL hats and sell them rlghi. Mrs. P. 11. Botkln and diildnm aro mill until. Hill Jolsnn jumped abend ad. visiting her mother, Mrs. bam m( mo into a forcmanship. It almost Mrs. Laura Jones. cot-uigoat, and I went to Iho boss Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kinnard of Welch. and William Bower are about it. Marion Omaha, Neb, aro visiting with re"Jolson," ynid the old luan, "has spending nfew days with their latives In Berea. grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. been preparing tor this tor many Miss Ilillie Ogg, who has been and many a night, my boy. Go ask leaching in Ohio, is spending her Bower, at Parksville. A. J. Smith, who Is travoling out Jolson sometimo how ninny hours holiday vacation at her home near spent between midnight and of Memphis. Tenn., has been with he has Herca. sunrise studying out the job just bis ramily through Christmas. John Gabbard, who was off from Russell Duncan had n very light ahead or him." duty at Camp Taylor for a few days I I was ashamed to ask Jolson; operation at the Roblnon Hospital last week, was a Berea visitor for last week. could see myself at fifty in tho feame a short time. I $2.50 n day, an ex-I- ra Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Sams and two job had now All kinds of machine needles, shut-li- es iVunday suit and not n red cent who have been visiting children, and bobbins at II. C. Penningup. Maybo that thot didn't Mrs. Sams' brothor, John Mullln, laid ad.-2- 7. ton's. through Christmas, returned to their nuri! Ami iiiats wny i iook a Eb Wilson, who is working ut chance with the, Y. M. C. A. night nt Paris. Nicholasville, "has been spending home Friends or Mr. and Mrs. W. H. school Vhen I found ono or their sovcral days 'with his family in Waldeu will be sorry to hear ot her folders on the floor or tho shop. Herea. I'hcre. wasn't much tor mo to do at illness at tho Robinson Hospital. Miss Lutio Williams, who (s in boys' night, anyway, except lonl. Big bargains in men's and M'hool at Georgetown, has been I figured my loafing was costing ad.-2- 7 Pennington's. visiting her parcnU during tno uil.i at who underwent me- the difference between $2.50 a Mrs. Orris Moore, holidays at Hoone Tavern. day and at least a dollar an hour. a very serious operation at uio uon- II. F. Spencc was in Louisville at rapidly improv- Besides When I Loafed I Spent My to seo his bro- inson Hospital; is the end of last week Money; when I studied I'd have no ing. ther, who Is at Camp Taylor. FOR SALE Dining room table and chance to do that. M. D. Bowling was visiting his When I talked it over at the Y. L six chairs; good as new, cheap. Seo on, Grover, last week at Camp Shel(. A. one night I found I wanted Wm. Jesso Balrd, Berea Ky. ad.-2- 7 by, Hatticsburg. Mississippi. D. W. Jackson and ramily spent even more than I could take, so they John F. Dean had a sudden attack Christmas with J. II. Jackson and prescribed the proper "dope" tor mo of appendicitis last Friday and was tamily. They have rented tho Rov. - mathematics and mechanical operated for same on Friday night. Mr. Brown's property on Pearl sL, drawing. Morris A. Phillips or Wildio has Well, I stuck, loo. But Jolson was and will move at once. or mo been visiting friends hero for a fow and that kept Miss Ethel Duncan spent Christ- slill abend days. mas with R. L. Duncan and ramily me spurred up. My principal bill House for Rent. Three-fourtthat first, winter was tor electric at Paint Lick, 1 kept the meter busy. Then milo East of Berea. Enquire, Lizzie Charles Frederick Burdick and light ad.-27 Bogie. the noxt year I added electricity Olive Maxine Conwcll were married Chester L. Robertson is sick at his December 13, 1017, at Albia, la. nnd mechanics because I thought I bom" on Chestnut street. spent the might need them sometime in nn L.icile and Jack Duncan Sergeant J. Paul Edwards, leader week end with their grandmother emergency. Band at Camp of the H9th Inf.. The Y. M. C. A. instmielors paid n Duncan in tho country. Shelby. Mississippi, has been visit The newly weds, tho Rov. and Mr?. lot or personal attention to mo and ing relatives and friends for a fow C. S. Knight, after a very pleasant helped me all they could in every days. Ho returned to Camp Shelby honeymoon trip through the South possible way. So tho first thing I Monday. returned to their home on Jackson knew I round I could improve on Axel Ernberg entertained Messrs one or our old machines. That gavo street, Tuesday night. William Porter and Edward WilMr. and Mrs. J. H. Jackson and my big chance. When I showed tho liams to supper Tuesday night. son, Justico spent Sunday with Mr. boss tho improvement I had designa Be A. S. Mann, Attornoy-al-laed, he was certainly surprised. and Mrs. W. II. Duncan. rea student of seventeen years ago, "How'd you do it Tom?" he asked. now practicing law in Cleveland, 0. "Mostly in the Y. M. fi. A. night CARD OF THANKS was a Herca business visitor at the Wo want to thank our friends and school," r said. "Well," ho replied, first of the week in tho interest of neighbor) for-- their kindness and with his band nn my shoulder, "you the settlement of tho Burdelte es- sympathy through tho sickness and keep on in tho night school nnd tate of which his wifo, formerly death of tur dear daughter, Bessie. charge your timo thefc lo us. We've Ncttio Burdette, Is an heir. We want to extend our thanks to got another vacancy toremanship and The Missos Secor and Cantorburry our kind doctor who did all in his I guess you tiro tho man tor the job." or Pino Mountain School aro enjoy- power. Now I nm making almost as much ing a few days or rest at Boone TavMay God's very richest blessing in nn hour as I used lo make in a ern and making a study or Berea rest and abido with ovcry ono that whole day. I know what you will methods. administered to her comfort in any say it was: Lilck. But it wasn't S. C. Rhode Island Red cockerels way. IT was hard work in tho Y. M. C. A. tor sale. Large, vigorous, well night school that did it. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Lutes. marked birds. Mrs. Luther Todd, 'phono, 0 Coyle, Kv., Berea The American Red Cross now has CHURCH ANNOUNCEad. CHRISTIAN a rest station in full operation at tho MENT WL J. Smith of Petersburg. Tenn., Noto tho cbango or tho hour 'tor new American Aviation Field. and G. W. Smith of Tiffin, 0 were visiting their brother, Prof. John F. services from tho afternoon to tho torenoon. Tho slaff of Iho Children's Bureau Smith, during tho week. Bible School, 0:15 a. m. has now reached 102 persons, or Congleton, a former Berea Ernest Preaching and Communion Ser whom 32 aro physicians, and 39 are student, is now a prosperous coal vices, 11:00 a. m. trained nurses. operator at Chavis. Everybody invited lo those ser S. R. Rust, a popular gradualo of vices. Herca College, class of 'If, is now lii Motion pictures aro shown nightly W. J. Hudspeth, Minister. Hn activo service for his country. in two or iho Xmorican Army Base is stationed at Camp Uplon, N. Y., Hospitals abroad, and nicture ma REGISTERED MEN MAY STILL EN chines nnd equipment 305lh M. G. Hat., Co. C. nro1clng InLIST FOR SERVICE IN THE AIR Charles D. Collins, an old Berea stalled in oilier hospitals. Fliers and balloonists, although student, wishes to lie remembered law, to his friends whilo ho docs his bit subject to tho solcctlvo-scrvlc- o The Canteen Service is'collectlng In his counjry's sorvico In tho mod-ic- al may onlist as heretofore upon pass ing tho examination at tho nearest old phonograph records rrom friends department of tho army. Jerry Branson, a formor Berea aviation examination board. Non of tho American Red Cross in Paris, student, has recently enlisted and flying officers under 3t years of ago to uso in entertaining poldlors nt may bo addressed Great Lakes Na- aro not now being accepted, except station canteens. val T. Sta.. Great Lakes, III., Co. 81, a limited number of graduates of recognized engineering colleges or Ileg. ft. A club tor American nurses aid For Rent. House, recently occu- others who can quality ns expert other Red Cross women workers is pied by W. B. Jones, on Parkway. engineers. Aerial observers aro not being arranged tor. Tlio plan inFor particulars sen Mrs. Laura now being accepted. cludes a library, reading rooms nnd ad Jones. a meeting ball. A restaurant may Tho genial eounlenanco or Ass'l. MANY IN NEW YORK CAN NOW he added. Cashier II. W, Hackett of tho TreaBUY BREAD IN POUND LOTS surer's office is much mlssod by tho Tho Food Administration changes Tho working hours or dorks in students as thoy sign up for the its rule prohibiting bakers selling the Interior Department Building at term. Ho may bo addressed less whiter than a pound of bread lo con Washington havo been changed to nt Ft. Thoma. Ky.. flrd Plat. 13 It. sumers, to provent working a hard run Irom 8:15 to 4:15 instead or from Co. 8. 317. ship on the poor of Now York. Theso 9:00 lo 1:30, to rollcvo congestion in Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Wyatl aro peoplo, many of them torolgner.', street railway icars or tho overvisitors in Berea this week, big loaves by tho crowded capital. Louisvlllo visited buy bread from T. H. Martin or penny and bIIco, and have W. II. Bowor Saturday and Sunday. not tho monoy to buy In largo A temporary toco dentnl cllnlo has Henry Sohnaufor, who has boon quantities. The weight requirements been established at tho American visiting In Berea, loft for his home for baking aro not changed. Red Cross Military Hospital nt In Casper, Wyo., Sunday. Rolls aro limited to not less than Nouilly, lo givo emorgonoy treat W. II. Griffin or Norwood. 0., spent ono ounco nor moro than throo ment to mombers of tho American the week end with W. II. Duncan. ounces each, Red Cross organization In Franco. Best Blacksmithing The living pictures staged by tho ladles of the Clio Club Friday night in Main Chapel resulted in being one of the best nlfracllons of tho year. Tho plan and original Idea of Hie whole entertainment was iiiiliiue. The performers from tho least baby to thoso of mature years us Mrs? Ilnuson and Professor and Mrs. Dodge noted their parts to Tlio singing which was no small part was weH'reiiilered by tlio lu st talent of tho .town. Tho ladies ure o be commended Tor this typo or entertainment. They had a full lioiuo and it is hoped thoy cleared up a neat budget tor tho He'd Cross for wlueh purpose tho, program was rendered. por-fepli- y hs w, Fish, chlrkon, clc, cannot be shipped in compact form like meal, and aro more perishable. Do not use either beef, mutton or l"rk more than once a day. Keep Have one. them to send abroad. inentloss day a week on Tuesday, mid one wbeatless day on Wednesday, and in addition, mako Saturday n porkless day. 8. Why should wo eat less wheal?! Europe (4 suffering tor wheat. We have already sent tliem the surplus f the I0I7 hnrvesl. It is. tor tooin! enough. We aro powerless to re- -j lieve nil tho suffering, hut wo can -end what we nro willing lo save: rrom our own tables. Seo that no, wheal Is wasted. Have at least one nn-a- l a day without wheat bread. L'so Instead corn, oat, barley or' mixed coroal breads. Hal less cakai and pastry. V. Why not send Hie surplus ufi THKN your money Ii in tho bank it Is safo from pick-- l our corn crop lo Europe? A man who is known to carry P0(,kcts nnd burglars. We cannot send them corn be- -! y Y n largo sum of money on his person soon is mnrkod as oauso thoy have not enough mills to prey by tho thief. Nono of tho big men of tlio country grind it and nro not fnniilinr with carry lnrjce sums of money about. Don't tempt tho thiof. It may" cost vou not only your monoy, but your life. Hank yoar its uso ns food. Even If they knewj ' Iiihv to use corn meal. It is not suit-- ! monoy witu us. able tor shipment because it is so liable to spoil. The oals, rye, barley,' that we vnd them will not sup-- ! port them unless mixed with whcaL We Must Send Them More Wheat, and to do This, We Must Eat Lea Wheat Bread. the enemy believed much of tho BICKNELL BAXTER 10. What is needed besides meal! In leas Many people wore surprised when damage to he Irreparable. and wheal? lltey heard of the marriage or Miss than eight months nil tho ships wore I Fats and sugar. KstHIa Bicknoll to Judge J. 0. Bax- in M'rvice. The Amoricui peoplo nro the ter of Richmond. Tho couple loft The fnnncr German liners, sailing fnl wasters in the world. Richmond Wednesday night, Dec- 'under distinctly American names, In lOltf, Dm rat consumption per ember 20, nnd were married in Knox-vill- o, are now fitted ns troop and cargo capita in the United States was 125 Tennesseo, Thursday morn- ships. Each .is convertible to n compounds, which is more than three ing, Inst, at 10:00 o'clock. pletely equipped hospital ships for times the amount provided by the Mrs. Baxter is tho accomplished return voyago service. standard Balanced Ration, and laughter of Mrs. J. P. Hlckjiull of xeveu times what tho war ration al- Ohostiiul street. Sho is a" former TARM TOR SALE lows the German people. Fats nro Berea Collego student and has been I will sell privately my farm or in many ways in the promi'loyed in tho County Judge's 110 acres, located 5 miles toom duction of munitions and other offlco for n number of years. things needed lo win tlio war. We I mile Irom Kingston Graded Judge Baxter has been tho County must stop wasting rats when our Jiiiko of Madison County for tho School. On this rami is n good live Soldiers and Sailors and our light- past term. Ho has dono good and room house with 21 tool hallway, ing Associates need litem so des- efficient work in this capacity while all necessary outbuildings such ns perately. smoke house, hen house, cabin, in in ofllcc. I'.-- e no butter in rooking. Cook We wish the couplo n happy and yard tor servants, host ice houso that with olive or cottonseed oil instead. prosperous lifo. ran ho round anywhere, tool house, Save lard by toying in vegetable rat buggy house, and n largo roomy or oil. barn. Somo or this land is in Blue M. E. CHURCH NOTES Try to use all left-ov- er fats in grass sod and hasn't been in cultl-atiWe are entering into n now year. rooking, but if there is somo you May the Methodist Church, ns well tor 10 yours; will produco flno cannot use, save it caretully, makol a. all other churches ot Berea, tobacco. 05 acres on west side of rrttbbing soap out of it or sell it to! mean more to, this community, to Pixie Highway, with tenant house; I lie soap maker. Kentucky, to tlio Nation, yes, to tho 75 acres on cast side, with residence. Why is thero n sugar shortage? urentest parish of all, tho world, Will sell ono sldo or nil. Hftore the war. Franco, Italy anil ' lis coming year than last year. B. B. Boen Belgium raised their own sugar. (ad.) Berea, Ky. The new year means n now Route 1, Great Britain bought sugar Irom chance, n clean pago upon which to Gerniuny. print our endeavors. How importFARM FOR SALE Now Franro Italy and Belgium ant that we start right nnd then keep 55 acres of limestone land, well fene-e- d, cannot raise much sugar bH'auo right all tho year through. watered by springs and ponds. their men are fighting, nnd Great Shall we rally next Sunday tor Six room house, barn, cribs, and outBritain cannot buy sugar where she ervice to God and humanity? buildings. Ideal location two miles used to buy it. Sunday School 9:15 a. in west ol Herea. Easy terms It sold at All must now gel sugar where wPreaching tl :00a. m once. gel ii, and thero is not enough to go Epworlh Leaguo- .... 0:15p.m. W. II. JAMES. around unless wo savo. Subject: "The Backward Look and ad.-.- U Berea. Ky. Save your eako and randy tor tho tho Forward March.' starving children abroad. Leader: Arthur L. Marler. Eat halt as much sweets ns bo- WONDERFUL DUKE 522640 Preaching ...a. 7:15 p. m. fore and you still cat moro than the Mid-weI will sell privately my thorobred service. 7:00 p. m, Englishman or Frenchman or Italian Tlrrrrsday. j registered Shorthorn bull, "Wondcr- or Belgian gets. ' Lot us all try for great accomplish ful Duko 522010," 20 months old nnd l'so honey, maplo syrup, corn ments in His namo. Wo welcome weighs 1000 pounds. Call on or adsyrup and sorghum Instead of sugar. you to this kind of service. dress J. M. Boen, Jr.. Berea. Ky. 12. Whaj does tho Food Adminis-- I 0. C. Haas, pastor. Ad. rut Ion nsk in order that wo may savo the food needed to' sond lo FARM LAND and TOWN PROPERTY Europo? FOR SALE Ono Wheatless day each week nnd F. L. MOORE'S I have somo houses and somo flno One Wheatless Meal each day,; tho lots for salo yet. I still waul moro w hentlcss day to ho Wednesday. By Mississippi farm land is my reason! whealless, wq men cat no wheat pro- - for selling any of this property. j lucts. I also have qui to a number of FOR One Meatless day each week, Mississippi arms listed tor salo in! which shall be Tuesday and Ono First Class Repairing thai black, rich Alfalfa and farming Meatless Meal each day. By meat hell and it surely is tho noxt thing AND less, wo mean to cat no rcdmcat lo God's country. beef, pork, mutton, veal, Iamb; no ('all nt my office and let mo tell Fine Line of Jewelry preserved moat boor, bacon, bam yon nboul It. or lard. Ad. S. R. Bnkor. MAIN ST. BEREA, KY. One Porkless day each week in addition to Tuesday, which shall ho Saturday. By porkloss, wo mean no 109 GERMAN SHIPS DAMAGED BY CREWS NOW IN SERVICE FOR Iresh or salted pork, bacon, lard or M. WIDES THE NATION bam. Sailing under American names in the General Dealer, glvos notice Tho answer or tho Patriots, bo thoy that men or women, lo this request ot tho scrvico of tlio United Statos aro Scrap iron and other Junk have ad109 German ships damaged by their vanced in price. Wanted, 30 Cart is tho tho Food Administration, or More I simple. "Wo Will." Consider tho sao, crows prior to their soizuro by tho Scrap Iron, Heavy Copper, Light Government when wnr was declared. Copper, Heavy Red Brass, Heary Talrifiees it entails tor us compared with tho sacrifices that may bo made Thoy add moro than 500,000 gro33 low Brasi, Light Brasi Zino, Lead. in our behalf by tho boys who enlist tomiogo to tlio transport nnd cargo Beef Hide, Uorae Hides, Pony and fleets In war sorvico for tho United Colt 1Hldei, No. 1 Sheep Skina, Raft, in our National Armies. No. Rubber, No. 3 Rubber, Into. States. Casings. Thuro Is ovidenco thai a German Also buy eggs and poultry at highBASKET BALL central authority gnvo orders for est market prices. Call ma before SCHEDULE damago to theso shi"., so that nono selling. Am paying more than aay Tho tollowing is tho schcdnlo or could lio opcrntcd in loss than 18 one else la town. If you can't deliver, I will call for your foods. lo tho basket ball months, and documentary proof that RICHMOND, KY. Ph.n.t 3U W7 games in which Boron wjll partiIon and pork. Irom Pge 'Don't Tempt - the Thief! I j Berea National Bank ul Ho-re- a, on 11 t - i j ek Jewelry Store Intcr-collegia- cipate: Monday, January Georgetown. 21 Georgetown nt two-pon- Thursday, January 21 Ky. Wos- h'yan nt Winchester. Transylvania Friday. Februnry I at Lexington. Monday, Februnry nt Berea, Monday, February 18 Ky. Wosloyan at Berea. Friday, Maroh 8 Transylvania at Berea. FOWLS WANTED! Chicken Day to Farmers Wilt pay under Cincinnati lop quotation! on all fowl brought On Monday Only of Each Week J. S. GQTT Berea Ao.a Kentucky ,, . $100 in Education Equals $1,000 in Land. January 3, IUIH. Douglas, 2, THE CITIZEN Pago Five OEx, Vco M, Anibulanco Co. No. Lynch, Sergt. Dora, 52nd Inf. Mill Tate, J. Harl, Camp Sovicr, Army Fort Logan, Houston, Toxas. lary Ilranch, Chattanooga, Tcnn. Y. M. C. A. Sevier Branch, GreenSMART PEOPLE BUY DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS MOth Inf. Hand., Camp Martin, Sergeant Roborl, Med. Dcpt ville, 8. C. A family Newspaper for all that It right, Early, Clinton, I Shelby, Ilalllcsburg, Miss. llth F. A, Fort SHI, Okla. . Praiilbcc, S'eldcn, Eng. Corps, El Paso, true, anil interetting FROM Edwards, John Paul, Hand Master, Martin, Carlylc, Fort Leo, Peters Texas, lull!thnl tirtr ThiinNlny at lUrra, K jr. I Will MIsj.I burg, Va. Inf. Hand, Hatliesburg, Templclon, R.ll, Y. M. C. A., Fort Edwards, T. A, Jr., Co. M, SGth Mill- - Mny, Hnice, 0. Co. I, Madi- Oglethorpe, Ga. BEREA P.UULISHINO ou. tary Ilranch, Chollanooga, Tcnn. (Intorpof atrdl son Harracks, N. Y. Travis, Vatid A, Ft. Riley, Kans, WM. C. FROST, Ed.lm4n.ChUr caro of M. 0. T. C. Edwards, Ilobcrl, Olllccrs' Training May, G. II, 0- M. Dlv..87lh Aero UH. WFJlTENnrJlOrR, M.n.li,t Editor 'Prosper, Hnlelgb, 108 Co. 27 P. T. Canip, Leon Springs, Toxas. Squadron, Ml. Clemens, Mich. THERE IS A REASON Subtcrlptlon Rate Hn. 5th Reg, Camp Taylor, LouisEnglo, Stanley, Oniccrs' Training Mnrlow, George, Co. 2, Squad. 335, I'AVAIII.K IN ADVANCE ville, Ky. i)n Vr Aviation, Ft. Thomas, Ky. j Camp, Ft. IlonJ. Harrison, Ind, i jvinnina RICHMOND KENTUCKY . Thrr Months Kulks, Elliott L, lltlqr. Co. IVJth Inf., ' McCann, John W Co. U. 309th En- - Wells, E. J U. S. S. Kearney, New York City. Sincors, Camp Taylor, Ky. Haltlcsburg. Miss. or Kiprrn Motif r Rnd money by It-oltk--e Wheeler, Val, Camp Beauregard, La, OnW. Ir(t, Knrlitrrml 1riirt, or ono anil two Ernbcrg. Olio. 119th Inf. Hand, lfat - McComas, initio Creek Ambulance Wiley, crnt stamps, Robert; U. S. S. Hartford, Th data nrttr yrnir rump on llil shows to Co., Allenlown, Pa. UNITED STATES POST OFFICE ARMY REGULATIONS UROE COR- tloshurg, Miss. wht data ywir suliwHntlon Is tnM. ,11 It Is not Porlmasler, New York City. ll.,n,n I.,. IV, n IT 11117 rhananl within thrwi wrksaftr rrnrwal notify rt nrtw . . us. Fcuwick? Leonard L, Camp Custer, McGuffy, William, U. S. S. Penn Mlsalna; numlrri will I kUIIjt suppRnl if w sylvanla, Postmaster, New York. Patrons of Hcrca Post Olllco: OFFICERS AND ENLISTED Kittle Creek, Mich. am notified. loumniur, row wk uiy. Your Government and mine has McGuiro, Hen, FrancoE. F. Co. M, I.IWral Urms ilvrn to an whoohtaln new In Eel ton, Corp. Fla vol L, Co. "A" 55 Wiseman, Earl. "Somowberc . forus. Any f,no nlinv us four yrartr ,...,..,! .,...,. lowing ""V .. ....Bu .....uum, u, , mn ini, via. jv. y. suliscrlpUons can rvcslva Th Cttltan fr for pararapn or Army Inf, Chlrkamnugn Park, Ga. Franco" one year, McKay, Lleul. Waller II, Medical "''cy to carry on tlio war to a sue - Itegulalions is llio onlv rulo now t ii mi a.., iin,, si, v,,i Ailtrrrtlslna" rates "n application. Fielder, Leonard C, 17tli Co. 12th ' Corps, American , Expeditionary ll',!Ssn" coilusIoiif and in order to existing regarding llio relationship Hn. 159 Depot Hrig., Camp Taylor, Cnmp Shelby, mi.'. glvo every loyal citizen a sharo in! between officers and enlisted men: Forces. Harvey, Friillland, New Louisville, Ky. McMiillln, Samuel, 159th Inf., Camp Vomicae. tuo victory wiiicii is nssurcd has "Superiors arc forbidden to injuro Mexico, Forward. Fielder, William, Camp Taylor, Shelby, Halticsbiirg, Miss. issued a WAR SAVINGS CERTIFI- -' those under their authority by Louisville, Ky. MVnzic, Leonard W, Overseas Bat STAMP and THRIFT stamps rannlcal or capricious conduct or Any information, such as moro Hennery, Elmo, 98 Aero S. Squad, talion, Marino Harracks, Paris Is complete address or additional to bo sold nl a price within reach of 'by abusive language. Whilo main-a- "A. E. F, Via. Now York P. M. land, S. C. Itaining discipline nnd tlio thorough names for our honor roll aro welKorea Collego Is proud of llio rec- Flint, Sherman, Fort Ilodncy, Masi. Miller. R. E, 0. M. C, Block II. B, 15, come. Help us mako our Roll a comWar Savings Certillcato Stamps nnd prompt performance of military ord of its soldier hoys. They liavo Franklin, Harlin, Co. 3, C. A. C, Fort Jacksonville, Fla. plete roster of Berca men in tbo ser- win lor i.ia miring llio duly, all officers, in dealing with en Delaware, Del. , Morgan, Reuben, Camp Taylor, vice, ono of valuo as woll as ono of month of January, 1918; nfter Jaiv listed men, will bear in mind llio iinswored llio call of our Country nary and during 1918 tlio prico will iibsoluto necessity of sp treating with llio spirit or men. Wo shall Foster, Samuel, Anibulanco Corps, 10 Louisville, Ky. which wo aro projd. M. 0. T. C, Fort Jliley, Kans. be ono cent additional each month llii'in ns lo preserve their sclf-r- ealways fo'low up their career Willi Morgan, Rufus, Med. Dcpl, Ft. Bcnj. tlio deepest Interest. Tlio names of French, Marvin, (Navy), 1012, 18th Harrison, Ind. THE HEV. A. W. HAMILTON GIVES Thrift stamps arc sold at 25 cents 'spent. Officers will keep in as closo St, Hrooklyn, N. Y. somo arc probably not on tills list. each and draw no interest, a card id touch ns possible with the men unMoore, Edwin, Hdqr. Co. 330 Inf, A BIT OF HIS EXPERIENCE French, Otis. U. S. Naval Training Camp Taylor, Louisville, Ky. furnished llio buyer of n- - thrift dor their command, will slrivo to If any ono knows of a Hcrca man I am 'laving some very inspiring Station, Ucrkoloy, Va. in llio Army whoso namo is not la Moore, Harold, Aviation Corps, Columand helpful experiences in my work slump nnd when 10 stamps aro at- -, build up such relations of conlidcnco Y. M. C this list send in tlio namo and ad- French, Otlis J., caro Naval bus, 0. sympathy as will insure tho among olllccrs and men, though 1 Inched lo llio card it may bo A, 107 Sands St, Hrooklyn. N. Y. Moore, Gcorge,Aviation Corp3 ? ? ? have been dealing more largely with changed for a War Savings Ccrtifl- - free approach of lliclr men lo thorn dress to tlio President's Olllco, Heroa Frost, Cleveland, Officer.' Training rate with u payment of from 12 lo for counsel nnd assistance. This reollegc, Hcrca, Ky. Murrrll, Jesse, Y. M. C. A, Camp Tay- olllccrs. Camp, Ft. HcnJ. Harrison, Ind. lor, Louisville, Ky. 23 cents additional. Good fortune go with all. War Savings lationship may bo gained ami mainA few weeks ago, I recoived a mesScrg. E. Hlalno, Ambulance Neal, Sidney, Adams, Lieut. Tounsen. H'Jlli Inf., Gahbard, Battery A. 12 F. A. Ft. sage from a medical officer whoso Cerlillcalo Stamps nnd Thrift Stamps tained without relaxation of tho Corps No. 12, American ExpediCamp Shelby, Hatliesburg, Miss. Meyer, Va. leg had been smashed by a bomb aro now on salo at tho B,erea Post bonds of discipline and with groat tionary Forces. Nickell, Clarenco, Hdqr. Co. 149th while he was working in ahospital Olllco and you aro urgently request- benefit to tbo service .as a whole" Adams, Lieut. Wiley, I 0th Reg. Inf., Gay, Colson, Franco, via Now York. Camp Shelby, Hattiesburg, Miss. Inf, Camp Sholby, Hatliesburg, in France. Tlio writer said that ho ed to show your PATRIOTISM by Godbey, Chauncoy, Ofllccrs' Training Miss. Aler, Antonio, ID'Jlli U. S. Inf, Camp Tlio heaviest food contracts In tho bad been nil shot up with Hun ACTIONS and to purcbaso tho above Camp, FL HcnJ. Harrison, Ind. Nickell, Ira, Lieut., Camp Taylor, bombs, and would liko to sco an mentioned stamps lo tho limit of history of the world have been. let Shelby, Hatliesburg, Miss, ' Griflln, Arlclgb, Fortress Monroo, Louisville, Ky. Alford, (Ireen H., U. S. A. X. S., recently to 14 of the great packing American. Within nn hour I was '0,lr resources Va. For further information apply at houses of the United Slates. Fla, Osborne, Jesse Olio, Clli Engineers, nl St. TlMinia.s' Hospital, and found S'omo whero in Co. D, Washington, D. C. Amburgy, Denver, Co, M.. 119th Inf, Grlllilh, Fleming, him in the King Edward Ward. He the Post Office from 0:15 a. m. to Franco Parker, Clarence, Camp. Shelby, Hat- told me bo had beard of me through 5:15 p. m. or from Rural Carriers. Hatliesburg, Miss. WORLD NEWS Gross, Frank, Co. M. 4th Inf, Gettysliesburg, Miss. Respectfully, Jlailcy," Frank, Hed Cross Military (Continued Irom Parjs One) ?omc officers whom we had had tho burg, Pa. replaced by Sir Rosslyn Wcmyss. Phelps, Glenn, Ambulance Corps 21, privilege of helping in various ways L. C. Adams, P. M. Hospital, Somcwhero in France. Gross, Orville, Recruit C. A. C, Foit There is somo expectation that the Fort Clark, Texas. Ilaily, Orcen, lladio Co., U. S. Navy, V while thev were in London. Wo Mott, Salem, N. J. Picklesimcr, Parncll, Y. M. C. A., irranged for his transfer lo IhefTEST PLAN TO DELIVER ARMY change will mean a greater activity Cambridge, Mass. llackelt, II. W, 3rd Plat, 13 It. Co. Fort Orglclhorpe, Ga. on the part of tho English Navy. Jtatson, I.lcuL C. C, lUUh Inf.. Camp TRUCKS TO PORT UNDER American Red Cross Hospital, and S. 317, Ft. Thomas, Ky. Porter. Donald, Musician, 149th Inf. he has been going on crutches for Shelby, Halticsbiirg, Miss, THEIR OWN POWER Hull, Lieut. John, M. G. Co. 53, MiliA contract has been signed during Baud, Hdqr. Co, Hattiesburg. Miss. the past month. During this time. llickncll, Corp. J. Paul, Hdt. Co, Army trucks for use in Franco aro tary Ilranch, ChallanoogaYTenn. the week by which tbo Argentino Powell, Stanley, 48 Co., 12 Bu. 150 we have taken him to matinees, MOUi Inf. Hand, Hatliesburg, Miss. delivered to the Atlantic Haley, Corp. Earl I., Ord. Depot, 38111 Parker, Thomrs L, Battery D. Reg, Hirclilleld, William, Co. F., 2Cth Eng., afternoon leas, nnd done a board from Interior storage denots Republic, tho great Div, Camp Shelby, Hatliesburg, country In South America, has Dix Ilranch. N. J. jji, a. ii, Lamp hiiorman, uiii - iml(,r f,r 0(i,t.r things to cheer him under their own power, Miss. enn ,p Ilcolhe, 0. Howling, Orovcr, Camp; Shelby, Misi: mo i u ii.. pian is successful, ino ao- - nfrnnl In Dttrmltr v,.., mill Inn .flva up. He lias iiecn very greatrui lor George, Oth Co. FL Totlcn, Putin. Ralph, Y. M. C. A, Dos Moines, these courtesies, nnd although ho livery of tlio 30,000 war'trucks un - ' l'"nilrol thousand tons or wheat t Chapman, Floyd, M. Q. Co,. 119th Inf., Halzak. Long Island, Now York. ",0 nll'cs- Iowa. Camp Shelby, Hatliesburg, Miss. Hail, Lieut. Joseph. Camp Taylor, Perry, Penn, Camp Taylor, Louis- was not a great beliover in the- der construction under their own Hranson, Jerry, Co. 81, Reg. 8, 0. L. Y M. C. A. before tho war, he cannot power will relcaso 15,000 freight cars Louisville, Ky. N. T, 8, Great Lakes, III. HIT NEW PEACE ville. Ky. trans-noIlarrol, Gordon, Mcd..Dcpt. Officers' Perkins, U. S. S. Jenkins, Postmaster, speak too highly or tho Association which would bo required to Hoyer, Clarenco, U. S. S. Florldi, PLAN His name is Thaddeus B. port them by rail. It will also , Training Camp, FL HenJ. Harrison, (Continued Irom Page One) Mew York City. Postmaster, New York City. and he is n Lt. in U. S". M. R. vide ndequalo opportunity tor tho Ind. I). B. Camp Taylor, Ky. Hrown, Corbclt, Camp Tnylor, Louis- C. There aro other wounded mcdi- - training or an efTcctivo corps or Harrison, Creed, Co. 78, Main Bar- Reams, Robert, Inf. Co. D. Med. Tr. enemy hns won the crentest or villo, Ky. eal men in London who havo bcou transport drivers and ofllccrs, who the war and that diplomats netorj deracks, Paris Island, Port Royal, S.C. linvo Camp, Ft. HenJ. Harrison, Ind. llrowiiing, Ilcnjiimlii F, Somewhere will reach Franco with a minimum stroyed nil that bus been fought for." cared for in tho samo way. Hammond, SergL Hcnjamiu, 333rd Redden, SergL E. A, Ft. Omaha, r training to bo required. Wear in France. I was in tho Eagle Hut the'othor The Koelnlsehe Zcltung. on the Inf, Camp Taylor, Louisville, Ky. Omaha, Neb. Hiashear, Dishman, U. S. S. Uridge, Hayes, day when a U. S. medical officer ami tear on the trucks will be slight other hnntl, regnnN the cuiKlltlons ns Earl, Camp Taylor, Louis- Iteid, Harry B, Aviation Squadron, care Postmaster, Now York City. eamo up to me and said "I am a Jew, compared with the benefits derived openlnc the rond tn nn iiilvnntngenu ville. Ky. pence. San Antonio, Texas. Calhoun, Quincey, Ft. Lee, Peters- Hays, Herbert, ami would like to get in touch with from their u3o. Musician, H9lh Inf. The Loknl Anzelger llilnks that the Richardson, William K, Med. Dept, some good Jewish family and a syn- burg, Vu. Hand, Camp" Shelby, Hatliesburg, Germnn answer to ltnsnla will not he Ft. Sill, Okla. Campbell, William, Chief Ilugler, ngogue." He was put in touch with AUSTRIA ON VERGE OF FAMINE much to the lusle of people with y Miss. Rice, Augustus, Battle Creek Ambit a Rabbi, dircclcd to the nearest largo 1(9 Inr. Hand, Hattiesburg, Miss. lennlngs, nnd ndili: llcmbree, George, Ofllccrs Training lanco Corps, Allentown, Pa. Carpenter, Sst. Rollins, Troop H, Mil. synagogue, nnd sent over lo a Jew- - Poor and Insufficient Food Brings In. "The outlines, however, nre drawn Camp, FL HenJ. Harrison, Ind. Reynolds, Taylor, Battle Creek Am isli family recommended by tllO Police, Camp Funsten, Kans. crease of Disease to Workers wide enough to give scope for demands Ileckmnn, Walter W, Asst. Hand bulanco Corps, Allentown, Pa. Curry. Everett; Clli Co. Del. C. A. C and Children. of Justice. Definite Judgment upon Master. 110th Inf. Hand, Hdqr. Co, Roark, Edward, 37th Inf. Mod. Dept., Rabbi,, and, in expressing his ap- dethe pence work nt A. E. F. France, via Now York. preciation remarked that ho was ,, . Hatliesburg, Miss. iirli'li, Dee. 11. Memm newsiiniiorH pends on how fnr tbltt possibility Is Ft. San Houston, Texas. Cecil, CapL J. J, Troop H, 13th Cav. s sjirpr Ised hat the Young Men Ililliard, D. Moss, San Pedro do h utilized In Inter negotiations.". Robertson, Jackson, Co. C, 23rd U. S, Christian Association should take rel,()rt AllKtrlns npnr Sanfordycc, Texas. Ine , ,.K(!S( vegetables, xumr, breml Macoris, D. R. British Labor Says "Fight On." Eng, Camp Mcado, Mil. Chapman, Henry Clay, 1 19 M. G. Co., connerJ,ing nnd milk. As n result of poor nnd In- Ililliard. Dudley. San Pedro do Robie, Carroll, Hdqr. Co. 149th Reg, such a great interest in London, Dec. 31. The 750 delegates Camp Shelby, Hatliesburg, Miss sufficient food there Is Knld to be a him with a synagogue. R. Macoris, D. to the speclnl national conference conHand, Camp Shelby, Hattiesburg, Chastccn, Ernest, 1.10th U. S. Inf, mnnl- I was walking down Piccadilly Inrge Inorense In skfn Hook, John T., Caisson Co. 2, U2ht Miss. Camp Shelby, Hatliesburg, Miss fos,,, ln 1,olIs- - "losses and eczema. vened by tho parliamentary committee of the trades union congress approved Ammunition Train, 37th Div, Robinson, Charles, Ft. Thomas, Ky. the other evening, when I saw two Th Chastccn. Jeaso, 150th U. S. Inf, f, tl"! ,a,,Vre.r8 1wnrklnB, c"" young American officers. Following a manifesto declining that labor In Camp Sheridan, Montgomery, Abu , In . munition plnnts . the continuing the war wns actuated by n Robinson, Fred, Hillsboro, 0, R. R. 2. my Camp Shelby, Hattiesburg, Miss. usual custom. I went over anu hcnlh o Uu chWren ,g seriously Hoffman, Clarence, U. S, Aviation Co Forward. ClitMs, Hcrmaji, N. Y. S. myself to them and found nccd. Any further deterioration of the determination to make the world safe Corps, Columbus, 0. ' Rogers, John L, "Over Thero." Newport, II, I. for democrncy. they had Just arrived trom food supply Is btmnd to have Incon- Hoffman, Frank, U. S. Aviation Corps, The Rtntement Insists That restitu"Manly." U. S. S. Nebraska. Rlltor. Henry A, lOSth Co. 159th a prisoner or War Camp, whero they celvably grave consequences, my Ana-baChllds. Columbus. 0. tion und reparation nnd nlo certain Depot Brig. 02nd Bn, Camp Tayeuro Postmaster, New York City. been stationed. They said they trlnn papers. Hogg, Harvey. Co. D. 2nd Ky. Inf. territorial readjustments nro necessnry lor, Louisville. Ky. Clark, Claude, Co. M. 321st Inf, Camp worn "Just Ted up" with everything, Halticsburg, Miss. If the renewal of armaments und war Rust, S. R, 305th M. G. Bat, Co. C, npd they didn't know a soul in Lon- - ARMY Jackson. Columbia, 8. C. MEN LOST IN AIR nre to be avoided. Howard, Richard, U. S. 8. Pennsyl Camp Upton, N. Y. Clark, Waller. 31 Inf. Med. Dcpl, It plnces nt the forefront n demand don, Hint they felt bluo and homo- Now York City. vania, Postmaster, Royse. Felix. Hdqr. Co. 330lh Inf, Fort Hllss, Texas. siek. Wo took them to dinner and No Word From Captain McCullough't for the restoration nnd rehabilitation Howard, Gebrgo, U. S. S. PennsylCamp Taylor, Louisvillo, Ky. of rtelglum nt the expense of Germany. Collins, Charles, Med. Officer's Y. M. Balloon w,ch Went Up Thurs-vania, Postmaster, New York City. Snpp, Claud, U. S. Naval Tr. Camp, later took them to tho theatre. It nlso denls with day N'"ht- C. A.. Fort Oglctbropo, Ga. I would liko to say that tho (Hero Howard, John, Forward, Hirclilleld, Itnly, the Dnlknns, Poland, Turkey nnd Portland, N. H. Collins, Ilobcrl E, N. II. Stn, Co. 8, way in which many of tho theatres v Ky. Gerrlinn Afrlenn colonies on similar Snn Antonl0i Tux., Dec. :u.-- No Sandlln, Floyd, U. S. SV Novada, Norfolk, Va. have given us complimentary tickets word has occn received from the bnl- - lines. Howell, Marcus, U. S, 8. George Postmaster, New York City. ' Collins, Samuel F, M. 0. T. G, Post The manifesto vns adopted nfter refor use of transient officers and men 0on sent up here nt midnight Thure-Washington, Hrooklyn, N. Y. Sharpe, Dowoy F, 22nd U. S. Aero is perfectly splendid.) Tho next day day, cnrrylng Capt. Paul McCullough, ceipt of Premier Lloyd neorg6's letter Ft. Oglethorpe, Oa. Ilylton, Charles, U. S. S. Goorgo Squadron, Fort Worth, Texas. Llout. Sowell. Camp Taylor, they were taken out sightseeing, and Instructor, nnd several students. Tho lrtunlly rejecting the Germnn pence Washington, Hrooklyn, N. Y. Seltlo, Mark, First Machino Co, Ft. in tho evening to Louisville, Ky. dinner in a splen- - oa,Ioon drlfted Jn a southwesterly dU terms. Ralph W, 333rd Hudspeth. Lieut. Representing the people us dispiritBenJ, Harrison, Ind. Cornell. Joda. 1st Co. 113th M. P., did English home. TUoy went back Reg. Supply Co.. Camp Taylor, ed nnd Indifferent, owing to tho Simpson, Green, Dowilt, Ky. For- tn Camp Shelby, Halticsbiirg, Miss. feeling bully, ' as ono of mny b(J far beIow the borUt,rf ln jIcx,. Louisvlllo, Ky. conditions of life, Including tho ward.' Cot, Edward 0, Co. K, I18lh Ind., Hubbard, Lloyd, Camp Sheridan, them put it, and Just as thankful ns TOi or evcn may have been lost In the food shortage, tho correspondent of Shorte, Serg. Braxton C, Co K, 118th lliey Camp Sheridan, Ala. could bo for the Y. M. C. A. Montgomery, Ala. Gulf of Mexico, though the hitter probr the Morning Post snys that oh far ns Inf, Camp Shorldan, Montgomery, Coyle, Truo, Syracuse, N. Y. ability Is deemed n slight one, tin tho northern Itussln Is concerned, It will Hunter. Harry S, Hat. A. 110 U. S'. F. Ala. nccept pence on nny terms tho "r-ICranee. Lonoy, Camp Taylor. Louis-villCamp McArlbur, Waco, Toxas. ENGINEER STUDENTS MAY STAY vlud wus bt'nr,uC t0 A, mny like to Impose. How the Shorto, Serg. D. C, Co K, 118th Inf., Ky. ' Hunter, Ilinlon I'., 108 Co, 8th Rog, SCHOOL TO COMPLLETE remainder of Itussln w ill net Is another Camp Sheridan, Montgomery, Ala. Crain. L. 0, 1st Sgt., COth CO, T. 11. U, S. Marino. Galvoston, Toxas. COURSES question. French Flyers Bomb Depot. Simpson, Green, Corpus Chrisle, Hn, 159 D. H, Camp Taylor. Imrle, Lieut. N. A., 30 Coleman St, Tex, Co. F, 5th U. S. Eng. I'etrognid, the correspondent adds, Paris, Dec. 31. "Last night there The next examination through Cress, haleigh, Co. E. See. Dcpl. Ilcg., Is full who, London, England. Ptro encounters north of the speak of Oermnns dlulectqulto nt ease, Smith, Frederlo L, 321 Fiold Hospi- which graduates or approved cngln- Camp Sherman, Chllllcotlio, 0. the Berlin loudly, the "-- snd Imrle, Jack. 30 Coloman St, London comm., tal, Barracks A. 3, Camp Jackson, eer schools may apply for not protesting. y Crcoch, Hoy, 53rd Co, Naval TrainEngland. Columbia, S. sions as provisional engineers, oorpa ing Station, Norfolk, Va. In general feeling of tpe allied Isaacs, Lieut. M. J, 326 F. A., Camp Smith, J, W, U. S. Anibulanco Co 22. or engineers, will begin January SI. ,rt,nch nvutor8 bombarilea- ,e rall. residents In the northern Russia finds Us Day, Kclloy. Naval Tinlning Station, wnv tutlon nt Mnlileres-Les-Metnnd Tnyjor. Loulsvillo, Ky. Dix Camp, Trenton; N. J. Another will probably bo held about Thlonvllle nnd (lennuii eistablUhmenU npilri'st parallel In thnt of the Euro- Great Lakes, III. Johnson, Stanley, Co. No. 45, Paris i'Kin during tho in tbo vicinity of Vouzlere 330 Inf, Capip and veun ns""''r Smith, John, Amb. Corp Co, 310 Camp tho middle or tho coming summer, Dean. Lieut. William, Island, Port Royal, S. C. " nantes a repre-Students In approve I techn'cil WethcL" Taylor, Louisville, Ky. Dix, Tronlon, N. J. Jones, Simon, Co. 11. iflllt Inf, Fort Dogman, C. G, Amb. Co. 114, Camp r him Spink, Corp. Paul, 1st Co. "Military schools who aro considered ns rat b. Hcnjamiu Harrison, Ind. Hovlc, Ft. Worth, Toxas. Louisville. There will be no inort "Wo shall put up with nny affront to Pollco, Camp Lcgan, Houston, Tox. lug In tho upper third or their Jenkins, Charles N Supply Co. 35, classes may enter tho onllslO'l Sunday shaves for the soldiers ot keep Russia In the war." Dcmmon, Willard, Fori Sfovvnrt, 322 Field Artillery, Camp Shor-ina- n, Stllwell, Llout. Abnor J., Co. G, 312nd reserve corps, nnd so cnlistod will Camp Zachary Taylor If the plans ol The Post's correspondent adds thnt , Toxas. Inf., Cnmp Grant, III. Chllllcotlio, 0. Ihn In- - Maglstrato C. W, Samuels are carried affronts to the nllled dlnlomutn have Aubrey, Cadet, Squadron Diamond. Klllln, E. L, Co. C, 117 Inf, Mont- St. Clair, Ray D, 55 Inf. Military Samuela. whose ode toot been lacking, oul 80, Camp Mohawk. Dosoronto, Can. aotlxo list nnlll Ihnv havo comnlelcd 1. nve MbJtrate at Twenty-thlrand miles away, gomery, Ala. Malls Come Germany, Branch, Y. M. C. A. No 29, Chatta- their collego courses When tboy Market itrMtg Bn ,n a dlff9rent d(i. Chostor, Camp Taylor, LouisDixon, esIdentl, , ,,eytrograd b Kinoald, Hradloy, 37lh, 10 Tr Dn, nooga, Tcnn. ville, Ky. lenvo their collego theso slildenls xtMt iwrVed notices on twenty-flv- s . ,x weeks In complete Ignorance of 15a, D. II, Camp Taylor, Ky. Stout, Churlos E, Camp Taylor, Lou will bo called for active service in male barbers and one woman barber, what Is happening In ullled countries, Diinoy, William, Columbus Lowls, Noih, Co. L, 10th U. S. Inf., lsvillo, Ky. 10th Co, Columbus, 0. sninn branch ot tho engineer scrvlco worklnr In the vicinity of tbe camp. Tho ordinary nostul service stoimed Fort nonj. Harrison, Ind. Slaglo, Dean, Electric Div. Detach or tho Army or will bo discharged to callln-f- on them to appear In his court working long ago. On tho other hand Dodson, C. P., U. S. Naval Training selco- - to ,h.ow cau, why they ahould be ply, there, la pleuty of Oermnn. newspaper Olh Co, Nowport, n. I. Lewis, Hugh, Camp Sheridan, Mont ment Enlisted Specialists, Fort inVn their chancch under tho Station, tat Ing their trade on the Sabbath. and Information. gomery, Ala. Dooloy, John Camp Taylor, Ky. Monroo, Va. tivo sorvleo law. The Citizen - OWEN McKEE Posl-mait- cr, ., Berea College rl '.,,,, ,,,,,,,. ..u HONOR ROLL no-soi- u , ex-'a- nd Pon-saco- la, ng ' wheat-produci- ng .... I , w. pro-Smi- th, mill-tnr- Hrest-Lltovs- k " 1Im-iik- -8 d Alsnce-Lorraln- 5 nils-rrnb- o, fr Oer-mn- a J Rut-stun- z i, d Har-rao- ks, You Cm Go To School Thii Winter If You Think You can I'ngc Six. run citizen Jnnynry 3, 018. MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spence, Farm Demonstrator and Special Investigator PORK PRODUCTION PLAINLY PROCLAIMS PATRIOTISM SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG 1st Door Training thai adds to your general education. TOR TOUNQ MEN Agriculture, Carpentry, Bricklaying, Printing, Commerce and Telegraphy. FOR TOONO LADIES Home Science, Dressmakiag, Cooking, money-araing HOME DEPARTMENT Conducted by Miss Margaret Dizncy, Director or Home Science THE NEGLECTED HEALTH OF OUR Iho child is examined for them. Tho higher pcrccntago of malnutrition SCHOOL CHILDREN Do you know that children of 'and anemia in tho country might sehol ago in tho country nro Icsscauso somo surprise, ns might tho Swine Growers Urged to Retain All Breeding Stock Tho war lias already become n stern reality lo America. It Is no longer n foreign conflict. We nro now being given one more clianco to keep tho battle lino in Kuropc instead of on American soil. To keop tbc lighting on tho other sido of tin Atlantic, it is necessary that every one shall do all in his power. At present our army and our allies are faced with an alarming shortago of pork and fats, which threatens lo hinder them very seriously. Wc havo increased our exports threefold without making any Incrcaso in our breeding stock. This has greatly depleted our rcscrvo supply. Our Government is now making an earnest request of every farmer to save tjvery available sow and gill and breed tlicm as quickly as possible, to raise spring litters. They should bo bred even if as lalo as February 1st, as that will produce pigs before Juno 1st. Good prices havo been guaranteed by our Government, even if the pigs are not ready for market until late in the fall. Considering tho gravo situation It is almost the act of a traitor to sell fo tho butcher, sows or gilts that could bo saved for breeding. It ia squarely up to every farmer to do his patriotic duty in this matter. GOVERNMENT TO CONTROL ARSENIC INSECTICIDES SUPPLY With Potato GrowWill Of Imers' Associations. between Iho about slnto potato growers' .association:! and tho makers of insecticides and thus provide for local maintenance of insecticide slocks by theso and Fursimilar stalo organizations. thermore, in Iho opinion of experts, it is especially important that .a sufllcicnl supply of whilo arsenic ho available- lo meet tho needs next year in tho work of grasshopper Owing to tho general control. drought of the past season, which has been very favorable for grasshoppers, those in touch with Iho situation bclicvo that unless conditions develop noxt spring which will be unfavorable for tho hatching of grasshoppers, an outbreak of theso pests is probable. A widespread grasshopper plaguo would work heavy losses of cereal, forage, and other crops. Whito arsenic i3 also necessary In largo quantities army for tho control of worms and tho like, which do considerable crop damago every year. The Food Administration points out that the cessation of imports of arsenic lias made it necessary to conserve tho slock, in this country for essential purposes, including several other government enterprises in addition to its uso for insecticides. It is also thought that tho arsenic industry, which lias hitherto been subject lo widely fluctuating demands and price, will bo stabilized when under the control of cut-wor- PEOPLE Berea's Vocational Schools power, combined with Nursing, Stenography and Typewriting. 2nd Door Berea's Foundation School General Education for thoso ot far advanced, combined with some vocational training. No matter what your present advancement, wo can put you with others like yourself and give chance for most rapid progress. 3rd Door Berea's English Academy Course . For those who are not expecting to tench and who aro not golag thru College uul desiro moro general education. It also gives the best general education for thoso who wish a good atari in study and expert to carry it on by themselves 4th Door Berea's Normal School This gives the best training for those who expect lo teach. Courses are so arranged that young people can teach through the summer and fall and attend school through the winter and spring, thus earning money to keep right oa in their course of study. Head Dinsmoro's great book. "How to Teach a District School.' 5th Door Berea's Preparatory Academy Course This is the straight road lo College best training in Mathematics. Science, Lauguagos, History and all preparatory subjects. Tho Academy is now Berea's largest department , 6th Door This A Berea College the crown of the wholo Institution, and provides standard the Food Administrator. FRAUD WARNING is This statement was mado on November 19, 1917, by Herbert Hoover, portance to Tobacco Raisers United Stale Food Administrator: "We have reports from various idea of further conservWith the ing the nation's food supply by pro- parts of the country of crooks, tecting it from insect ravages, Pres- thieves, and confidence operators, ident Wilson, in a proclamation dat- who are going from bouso to house ed November 15, 1917, has placed tho purporting to bo authorized by tho arsenic industry of the United States Food Administration and other de under direction of the Food Admln-iatp- nl partments of the Government to col inn Tlin President's action lect or commandeer foodstuffs for comes in answer to a threatened! the Government or tho Army. "I wish to say emphatically that shortage in tho supply of arsenical insecticides, which are tho farmers' no department of the Government chief protection for bis crops against has or will ever make such demands on householders, and that all such the onslaught of "biting insects." arsenic is tho actlvo poison persons nro petty frauds and should Since in Paris green, the potato farmer u be held for the police. Tho Governquite dependent upon an adequate ment agenoies arc investigating varis supply of arsenio compounds for ious cases and information combating tho destructive potato sought of all such persons by this bug. It is thcrcforo planned to brins department." HOW TO PREPARE THE GARDEN Ftrtlllisra and Lima Should SOIL Telltale Eyes and Toes. The eyes tell the story of guilt when all the other muscles are controlled. This you will lenrn In tho eleventh chnptcr of Darwin's book. Sometimes, when the face Is controlled, ns In tho case of natives of India, other muscles are uncontrollable. Sir Henry Maine declares that in India the Judge can tell when a nntlve Is lying by watching his toes. He keeps his fnce perfectly straight nnd his eyes expressionless, but his toes begin to wiggle as soon as be begins to lie. Salmon and Acids. Investigators wiy that salmon Mini their wny Into rivers by menus of the presence of nclds tir alkalis,' which, of course, varies In different streams. Even when they are n long wny out lit sen, says the Youth's Companion, they can discover the truce that will leuil them to the bay nnd the stream that they seek. It thus becomes unnecessary to appeal to n "homing Instinct" to explain the return of certain salmon to certain rivers or tho "running" of herring to certain localities. courses in all advanced subjects. Temporary Raise in Board is forced by war conditions. To the regular prico of board as advertised in the catalog will bo added this year, for young ladies, ten cents a week, and for young men, twenty cents. This adds 13.60 to the year's expenses for girls, and 1720 for boys but still leaves tbo cost half thai at other schools and "cheaper than y staying at home." MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental fee and room real PAYMENT Installments nro as follows: by Hie Inrm. hunrd by the half term. WINTER TERM Expanses for Boys VOCATIONAL AMI SCHOOLS FOUNDATION ACADEMY AND NORMAL CULLKC1K Incidental Fco Room $ 5.00 , $ 6.00 7.20 10.20 t 6.00 i.00 7.20 10.20 10.20 Board, 6 weeks Amount due Jan. 2, 1918 .... 21.20 Board 0 weeks, due Feb. 13... 10.20 '31.40 Tolal for Term Expenses for Girls 5.u0 Incidental Fee 23.40 10.20 2M0 10.20 '33.60 '34.G0 Room 9. Board, 0 weeks 90 22.80 2350 Amount duo Jan. 2, 1918.... 20.60 9.60 0.60 Board 6 weeks, due Feb. J'.. . 9.60 '33.40 '32.10 "30.20 Total for Term This does not include the dollar deposit nor money for hooks or - i healthy, 'ns a rule, than children of higher pcrccntago of splnnl curva-siho- ol turn and lung (roubles, but hero ago in tbo city? It pounds rather unreasonable, again nro tilings likely lo bo passed doesn't it? Many women will bo, unnoticed except in very sovcro renily lo'say at onco, "Why, I know cases. II Is a fact, loo, that many country children nro given actually dial's not so." But it is so. It should not bo so, moro food than they need, without but it is. And It is going to continue ever getting a properly balanced lo bo so until somo sort of medical or porpcrly nourishing did. Many littlo country schoolhouaos inspection and somo sort of medical oversight nro provided for country havo been built in tint disregard of Somo country (ho welfare of Iho children's oyes school children. schools now havo such Inspection, nnd without proper provision for .Most have not. In practically ovory either ventllnllon or healing. In large city there is Inspection nnd many of them tho scats aro such ns oversight. lo induco wrong habits of position. The result is that of all tho chil- - The city child ha.s a. groat advanlago dren examined in oily and country here, for even though ho may como schools Iho percentage of city and from n very and unsanitary country children with various do- - home, ho goes to school In a build-fee- ls lug fairly well adapted to his physl- was as follows: Country children, 40 ,cnl needs. Then with even a yearly Bad Teeth per cent; city children, 33 per ccnLiniedlcal examination, any of tbo moro Country Diseased Tonsils diseases of childhood Is dren, 2fl per cent; city children, 16 likely lo bo noticed and checked. Tho country child, without such exnmi- per cent. Country children, 23 nation, Is likely lo havo tho troublo Adenoids per cent; city children, 12 per cent. grow worse. Kyo Defects Country children, Moro attention lo health matters A 2t per cent; city children, 13 per is needed In country schools. cent. medical examination for all tho chilCountry children, dren every year would not cosl a Malnutrition 16 per cent; city children, 8 per cent. great deal and might mean tho sav: Country children, ing of numerous lives nnd the mak Kar Dcfecls 17 per rent; cily children, 1.3 per ing of bright and healthy children cent. out of many stupid nnd unhealthy Breathing Defects Country chil- ones. A lilllo moro attention to sandren, 1.2 per cent; city children, 2.1 itation, to ventilation, to tho heating per cent. and lighting of tho schoolhouso Spinal Curvature Country Chil- would also work wonders in mnny dren. 3.5 per cent; cily children, less cases. than I per cent. Tho mothers of country children Lung Diseases Country Children, should mako it a point to look into 1.2 per cent; city children, one-thithese matters and lo son that their of I per cenl. own schoolhouscs aro fit places for A study of Iheso figures will contheir children to live In. Most coun vince mot readers Hint tho first try mothers, loo, should insist that broad statement mado Is not nl nil tbo country fathers lake Iho children improbable. That country children to tho dcntisl a little oflcncr and have les? attention paid lo their have the family physician como and tooth than children In tho cily every ilook them over occasionally. one knows. Defects of sight and Southern Agriculturist. hearing, diseased tonsils, adenoids, improper breathing all theso things, too, aro things for which u Just Their Way. "Some men," said Uncle Elien, "Is so doctor is not likely to bo called, and which will not bo noticed or cor- good nntured tint (ley kin Impose on 'most nnybody." rected in many instances, without pt chil-comm- on rd 6.00 tJOu 7 9.0 Iak Geiftn? how best to carry hi pack. And no one can rate a burden's weight till he feels the load on hi back. Gems In Terse THE MECHANIC am It's easy to tell the toller laundry. Spscial Expenses in Addition to Incidental Fee Business Fall Wimltr . Stenography and Typewriting 114.00 11240 12.00 Bookkeeping (brief course) 1440 fl.00 Bookkeeping (regular course) 7.00 Business eourse for students Ba Appllad Whan Ground la Raady. tPrepared by United States department of agriculture. A simple test to determine when garden aoll fs ready for plowing or working Is to take a handful of earth from tbo surface and closo the Angers tightly op It. If the earth compacted In this way Is dry enough for cultivation It will fall apart when the band la opened. This test la applicable only to comparatively heavy soils, but tt la these which receive the most Injury If they are worked when wet. On such oils oTcrzealoua gardeners not only wasto their time, but frequently do actual damage by attempting to work them too early. After plowing or working with a pade It la usually desirable to apply some form of fertilizer. Barnyard or atablo manure, which furnishes both plant food and humus. Is undoubtedly the best, and applications of from twenty to thirty tons to tho acre are satisfactory. Tho manuro should bo distributed evenly over tho surface and later worked In with a hoe and rake. Frequently It Is ndvlsablo also to apply commercial fertilizer, especially phosphate. An application of 300 to GOO pounds of acid phosphate to the aero Is usually sufficient. In order to supply potash, If this Is needed, unbleached wood ashes may bo distributed over the garden at tbo rate of 1,000 pounds to tho acre. Wet or leach-eashes have less fertilizer value. Two thousand pounds of theso should be used. In order to start tho plants early in tbo spring applications of 100 pounds to the acre of nitrate of soda aro sometimes used. It Is Important, however, to remember that no form of commercial fertilizer will yield good results unless tho soil Is well supplied with humus. This frequently may be furnished In the form of sod or other vegetation which has overgrown a garden spot und may be turned under with n plow or spade. In certain localities It is ulso advisable to test tho soil for acidity. Naturally moist soils aro likely to bo sour and in such a condition are not likely to produce tho most satisfactory crops. The test for acidity or aour-ncs- s Is a very simple one. A handful of the soil allghtly moistened and a pleco of bluo litmus paper, which can be obtained from any drug store, are all that is accessary. When placed on tour aoll tho paper. jrll. turn red r& d Neither 110.00 1040 6.0 SEASONABLE DI8HE8. 4 CINCINNATI MARKETS. Flour, Hay and Grain. Flour Winter patents $10.70, wtnter fancy $10.20, do family $9.70, do extras $8.70, .low grade JS.20, bard patents lll.2S0ill.7S, hard fancy $10.G011. Hay No. 1 timothy $29.50029.75, No. 2 $28.50029, No. 3 $28028.50, No. I clover mixed $29, No. 2 $28.50029,' No. 1 clover $29. j Corn No. 1 white $1.80 01.85. No. 1 yellow $1.8001.85, No. 1 mixed $1.75 , 01.85, Oats white SVAGSic. No. 3 white 82&083C. No. 2 mixed 79V480c, No. 3 mixed 79079HC Butter, Eggs and Poultry. Dutter Whole milk creamery extras 53c, centralized creamery extras 50&c, firsts 4816c. Kggs Prime firsts 5Cc, firsts 65c, ordinary firsts 41c, seconds 39c. Live Poultry Urollers, undor 3 lbs, 23c; fryers, 2 lbs and over, 23o; roasting chickens, 4 lbs and over, 2Cc; fowls, C lbs and over, 23c; 3H lbs and over, 21c, under 3& lbs, 20c; roosters, 17c. New No. 2 standard whito 83 0 83c, Live Stock. Cattle Shippers $9.50013, butcher steers, extra $10.50011.75, good to cholco $9.50010.25, common to fair $008.50; heifers, extra $10011, good to choice $909.75, common to fair $60 8.60; cows, extra $809, good to choice $707.75, common to fair $5.6000.75. Hogs Good to choice packers and butchers $10.60, medium and mixed $16.40010.60, stags $10013.25, common to choice heavy fat sowa $129. 16.50, light shippers $16.25015.75. Ho! for the thrill In the tips of ray linger. Sensitive, awlft and true. HII That handle the riches of all a world Inch high. Drought up to a task to do; with chopped inu.Ytnrd 7.50 10.50 Stenography 940. the pickles, ripe olives nnd Steel from nun Innermost deeps of earth Typewriting, with one hour's In the lire of art, And the penrl onions; garnish Btone from the mountains that knew 5.00 use of instrument 740 040 time's dawn sliced pickled wul with Com. Law, Com. Geog, Com. And wood from the tree's (real heart. nuts nnd serve any 1.50 Arilh., or Penmanship, each .. 2.10 140 dressing. (llddlnie them serve me I serve as fairly; Bran Bread Sticks. The sharp tools cleave and sing In no case will special Business Fees exceed $15.00 per term. To one cupful of scalded milk uild The Kenlus that lives In the skillful hand. d young man or young woman caa get an education Any perfect thing. The Joy of three tublespoonfuls of shortening, Shaping themthe each to the part to nil. at Berea if there is the will to do so. n tciisoonful of salt nnd u tablefull poem mounts on high hnlf Till the If it is impossible for any young man or young woman to be spoon ful of molasses; stir till the In the music of wood and stone and steel Kur men to occupy year, by all means they should enter for a courso durin school the full shortening Is melted nnd the liquid lukewarm, then add u cake of com- Maker am 1 of the marvelous cities. ing tho winfer and spring terms. In fourth of Uound of my skill to love Tho public schools will close about Christmas and tho teachers pressed yeast, scftcned one ucupful nnd The beautiful wonder of finished work n cupful of water, nnd and advanced pupils should not be idle through tbo long winter ii half of bran with ns much bread And the travail and sweat thereof: hoi the thrill In my rtnger tip. mouth's but should be studying in Berea where the best education can Hour ns can be conveniently mixed In Then the for magic of rule and line. And I have have bo gotten for least money. with a siMMin. The dough should not For others feel ofdreamed, but mine. done And the the work ta he mixed stiff enough to kneed. Mix Charles C. Jones. Applicants must, bring or send a testimonial showing that they art and cut nnd turn with a spoon or above 15 years old, in good health and of good character. This may bt knife, cover, and let It rise to become signed by tome former Berea student in good standing or some rellabli light. When It Is double Its bulk, butLABOR DAY. ter the lingers and pull off bits of tho teacher or neighbor. The use of tobacco is strictly forbidden. MMIK gods of man, who rule hie dough, roll on a board and put Into A fate. For information or friendly advico write to the Secretary, bread stick puns. When very light Love and Learning. Are That they establish his estate buko 15 minutes. Ilrush with tho Is known to the discerning. MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Ky. white of nil egg and return to the Though Learning knows A brief oven to glare. conceit And lMu still makes the world go Rhubarb Baked With Raisins. Peel round, tbo rhubarb unless very tender nnd TIs Labor that provides the slices. For n pound cut In half-Incmeans On which the others thrive. of rulslns uso n half cupful of raisins He gives lo Learning hands and Cover the und n cupful of sugur. feet; raisins with boiling wntcr und let a cosy home he's found. For cook until tbo water Is evaporated to 'TIs he who keeps these kings nr.d queens Sprinkle with rhuthree spoonfuls. By FRANKLIN K. LANE, Secretary of the Iateoor Alive. barb, rulslns nnd sugar In a baking dish In layers nnd cook In the oven or milBY tell him that they're In hta rnngo until tender but top of debt I bco no reason to fear woman suffrage It has not worked disaster on broken. tbo And Labor tolls, but listens. not Ills real of honor Is the sweat in California. To be sure, it is not a panacea for all political and social Steamed Pudding Without Eggs. That on his forehead glistens. They catalogue his works, but lack ills; nor can anj other change in tho political machinery of tho state bo Mir together two cupfuls of soft The lime to tell all here and now! crumbs, one cupful of stoucd ruUlns, Joy's wheels, forged from I'aln's a cure-al- l. half n cupful of molasses, ono cupful pickled rods; Nations are not made wise nor virtuous by their laws. But this is of milk, half u teuspoouful of suit, tires, that vanquish Love's miles. a an industrial world, and those who do tho work, whether men or women, half a teaspoonful of soda und half straightens up hla Then of clovo and cinnateaspoonful back. are not to be denied their opportunity for protection and advancement mon. Two each tnblcspoonfuls of cocoa With modesty he wipes his brow, through tho action of tho stato. Looks squarely at his fellow goda may bo added for a change If desired. And smiles. As a matter of political philosophy suilrago cannot be put aside, and Turn into a buttered mold nnd steam -- drlf Alexander. two hours. Servo with hard sauce. matter of wise policy it ia not to bo denied. as a equal parts Chicken 8alad. Allow of cold cooked chicken, cut In small laiu.it, woxterity, Enterprise. Not Old Enough. a Word From Br'er Williams. What im'km's la the world for talent bits, celery cut In email slices with Alice wan not greatly Interested In little chopped cabbage, blend with I tvunts tcr git happy, but not too tbo approaching Halloween party and or dexterity or enterprise Is often only mayonnalso and servo on lettuce happy; bcknio do closer I gits ter We inny when her older slnterH tried to enthuse a wiint of inonil principle. leaves. heaven, do moro ekeered I Is dat dey'U with tho subject alio answered succeed whether others full, not from her pull mo In w'en I ulu't look In'. Atof Invention, but from sadly: "Oh, what good Is Halloween it irreiiler lanta Constitution. to me? I am not old enough to sco net Mug ulcu In the choice of cxpedl-uiitIliulltt. my futnro husband's face In u mirror." one-four- th ia other deportments: Lay a thick slice of ripe tomato on a lettuce leaf, then on the tomato a ring of green pepjmr I am by rule and line. have planned, but I have And other wo ed. And tne feel of the work la mine. Bt'lLDIMl art To lat through the airs lone nor architect. a dreamer 1 of miraculous cities, tall and strong. and Ottrd with , de-slr- d c able-bodie- o As a Matter of Wise Policy Suffrage b Mot to Be Denied to Women Time is Your Fortune Don't Waste it! 1 .Inmiary 3, 1918. THE CITIZEN Pngo Soven. SUNDAY SCHOOL Lesson I SUNDAY SCHOOL Read the Bible First Quarter, January 6, 1918. Lesson 2. First Quarter, ary 13, 1918. THE INTERNATIONAL Text of the Lesion, Mark Janu- While You Can Dy REV. HOWARD W. POPE MooJr Bible Inttitute, Chicago Av OLD Jk scours IConducttd t7 National Sroitii Council of th of America I Boy THE INTERNATIONAL SERIES SERIES 1:12-2- 0 SCOUTS HALT PENNY FAMINE Undo Snm hns found nnothcr real wnr Job for his grent nrmy of boys. They nro to bo organized Into "penny brigade," nnd will mnke one grand chnrge to help relievo tho penny famine. Nn longer need the little lnd, brnvo In his boy scout uniform, wntch with envy his more fortunntc brother who hns donned tho khnkl of his country. Ho enti do his part nt home, ns ho did In tho Liberty Lonn canvass. I'ostmnster W. II. Cnrlllo of Chicago suggests thnt the young patriots climb up to n certnln shelf where rests tho penny savings banks of tho younger members of tho fnmlly, usually sncrod to the memory of Chrlstmns, nnd hnvo father or mother change tho pennies 11 d r 1 Text of the Lemon, Mark 1:1.11 Memory Vere, Luke 10:1, 2 Golden Text, John 1:29 Commentary Prepared by Rev. D. M. Stearn. Tho record of the life of Jesus Christ, which wo now begin to study, t, sets Illm bcforojis ns the perfect rnthor thnn ns tho King of sor-vnn.Mat-thow- 's gospel, or the Son of .Man of Luko, or the Son of God b John. We do well to keep In ml ml thu words, ''Heboid my servant whom J tipliold, mlno elect In whom my soul dcllght-cth,- " nnd nlso, "Ilcholil I will bring forth my gerviint the Branch" (Isn. 12:1; Zcch., 3:8). If we would sny truly "Whose I urn, mid whom I nerve" mid fnlthfully MTui the IIvIiik nnd true God, henrlnr In dully life the fruit he desires, wo must consider lilm who wus the only perfect servant, mid uhldc ns branches In him who In the True Vine. Hut this we cm mot do till we hnvc truly received the good news of Jesus Christ, the Hon of Mod ; or as It Is written In Itotn. 1:1-3- , the good news of (!od concerning his Son Jesus Christ our Lord. We cannot serve the Uri till wo hnvu lieen redeemed hy receiving Jesus Christ ns our own personal Savior, according to 18; 1 John 5:12. Hint John 1:12 j ti.iltit aofllnd llii.ii Mir tl'lmln llf, should bo ouc of loyal sen Ice, with tho perfect sorvnnt us our only pattern, according to lleh. 12:1-3- ; I Tel. 2:21. As John the Itnptlst wns his messenger, preparing the way hefore him lit his couiIiik In humiliation, so the real Klljnh will prepare the way before htm nt his coming In glory (Mntt.-17:1Mai. 4:5. 0). Meantime nil believers should he preparing the way for his coming again by preaching repentance and remission of sins In his name In all the world, according to Acts 1 :8. John's clothLuke 21 : ing wns peculiar, and his food pocu-llnand he pointed nil people to the coming One whose shoes' latchet hu wns not worthy to stoop down nnd unloose, lie clnltned nothing for himself except thnt he wns a voice, something to he heard but not seen, iolntlng to the one ho enme to honor, concerning of whom he cried: "Heboid the Cod I" When told that Jesus had more followers than he had, he said that he was clad and added. "He must In crease, I must decrouse" (John 3:21), .10). As to a more full nccount of John's preaching serf Mutt. 3:7-1He told them of someLuke 3:7-14- : r, j thing greater than baptism with water, even a baptism of tho Holy Spirit which Jesus would give them, and he pointed them onward to the end of the nge when the wheat would be tethered .Into the garner, hut the chaff burned up with unquenchable lire (Mutt. 3 M, 12). The future for all will be the Kingdom or the luke of lire, and even between death nnd resurrection It Is conscious happiness or torment (Iter. 20:15; Luku 10:2.1). If this was really believed by nil the preachers nnd touchers, they would surely be more earnest In proclaiming the Gospel of nod concerning his Sou, the only Savior of sinners (Acts 4 :12). Tho romnlnlng verses of our lesson tell of the buptlsm of Jesus by John ut tho Jordan, nnd the event Is more fully recorded hy Matthew nnd Luke. In Luke 3 :23 It Is written that he wus about thirty yenrs of nge, nnd we must remember those thirty yours ut the huiublo home, thu carpenter's shop, tho submission nnd obedience nnd patient waiting of nil those years In thnt lowly life In which he no doubt glorified tho Father as much ns In his public life. This Is n greatly needed lesson for nit of us: not doing somo great thlug but Just filling the plnco ho assigns us, however lowly It Nuz-arct- mny he. Wo do not wonder that nt first John refused to baptize him, saying that ho had greater need to bo baptized by Jesus, but Jesus himself baptized not (John 4:2). Noto our Lord's reply, his socond recorded uttcrunco ns tho Son of Mury: "Suffer It to ho so now, for thus It becometh us to fulfill ull righteousness (Matt. 3:10). Ho ulono of nil men was always righteous, nnd did righteously. Ho had no sins to confess, but submitted to all things for our silken, thut he might bo mndo unto Its wisdom, righteousness, sunctlflca-tloredemption (I Cor. 1:30; II Cor. 4:21). If we nro ever nhout Ids business, as ho wus about his Father's, wa will gladly surfer ninny things for his sake which may seem to us wholly unnecessary. Luke 3:21 says that ns he was baptized he wus praying. Always In conscious communion with his Father nnd always pleasing his Father (John 8:20). This Is tho second tlmo that wo And In Scrlpturo the words "tho lumvons opened," and tho seven events In connection with which wo And these words form a truly glorious study, en eh event concerning Iu him and his peoplo ou earth. Kzek. 1;1, 20, ho Is seen as a wan on' the throuo controlling Ids own redeemed and all their uffalrs; hero ho Is tho Word mudo flesh, submitting to nil things for our mikes thut wo may lu due tlmo share with him his kingdom and glory. Mark well tho Father's n, testimony and tho Spirit's resting place, fur ho Is tho true nud only ark of safety, on whom ulone tho Spirit can fully rest. Compare the Father's testimony at tho transfiguration In Mark 0:7. Memory Verse 1 Cor. 10:13 Golden TKXT Itemember now thy creator In Text, Mark 1:15 Commentary Pre. the days of thy youth. Hccle. 12:1. pared by Rev, D, M, Stearns. It was n wise mnn who snld, now thy Crentor In tho days Tho record of the forty days In tho thy youth, of while the evil wilderness, tempted of tho devil, which days como not, Mark gives In the first two verses of nor the today's lesslon, Is more fully recorded drnw nigh, when In Matt. 1:1-1Tho Luke 4:1-1thou shnlt soy, I remarks of Stler In Ids "Word of tho hno no plensure Lord Jesus" seem to mo so helpful that h. icm." A strikI feci led to quote them. He snys In ing lllustrnMon of vol. I, page 24." As the Sou's first words the value of this ndvlcu came to of nil concerning the Father (Luke our notlco not 2:11)), embraced (he whole Inner life of long n g o. We his own most essential personality, were culling on uud thu second, concerning his right1 d y who hail eousness (Matt. 3:15), embraced tho passed her eightentire work of his nctlvo nnd passive ieth birthday. She obedience for us, no now thu fulfillmarried n Chrisment of all righteousness, In Its three tian man, nnd wus grout brunches Is maintained nnd as- n regular church attendant for probngnlnst tho tempter to un- ably forty years. Indcd she snug In serted righteousness. His obedience .approves the choir for mnny yours und henrd Itself In the renunciation of u)f en- only good Gospel preaching. joyment, of nil honor, of nil else In She nlwnys enjoyed n good sermon this world; nnd thus he lends human and could give an excellent description nature back to God again, through thu of It to those who were not present. selfsame way by which It had fallen She wns fond of nttcudlng Iliblo confrom hlni." Mntthew says thnt ho fast- ferences and revival meetings, nnd ened forty days nnd forty nights; Luko tered heartily Into the aim nnd spirit says that he did eat nothing; both say f such services. Hut she never thnt nfterwnrd ho wns hungry, or hun- formed any deflnlto habit of Bible gered, nnd then the devil enmc sug- reading; Indeed she wns not a great gesting thnt hu should turu stones Into render of anything, except the dally devil Is ever tempting us papers. She liked to henr other peobread. The to seek the nourishment of life Inde- plo expound the Bible, but she would pendent of God, and never more so not, or nt least did not, read It much when the ques- for herself. thnn now tion of how to obtain food Is u worldAs old nge came upon her, thu wide one, nnd God Is left out, nnd the friends nnd relntlves of early life natFourth Commandment set aside, nnd urally scattered nnd died. Her fnmlly the words of our Lord seem forgotten wns nil gone, except n devoted daughthat "Man doth not live by bread alone, ter with whom she lived. However, but hy every word that proceedeth all her needs were supplied, us well ns out of the mouth of the Lord doth mnn the comforts of life. live." He virtually said, "I commit Lonely and Troubled. the sustentntlon of my life entirely As her daughter wns obliged to be Into thu bunds of God." Thus let us away during the day, nnd she wns livnil say. We ennnnt clnlm the'protect-In- g ing In u large city, she wns naturally cure of God If we presumptuously somewhnt lonely, but loneliness wus plnco our lives In danger, and ns to not her chief trouble. I found accepting earthly power or favor from she had no definite assurance of thnt salthe devil, the thing Is wholly impos- vation. Sho wns full of doubt nnd unsible to a true child of God, though It certainty ns to the future. Sho knew Is often done by those who profess to the Gospel, but could not seem to Mark mentions that be his children. Krasp It. She prayed, hut she had no our Lord wns with the wild bensts, assurance that God heard or answered hut ns he had delivered Dnvld nnd !ht. The Iliblo afforded her no comDnnlcl from them, they could have no fort, for she hardly knew where to find jHiwer over him. Both Matthew nnd the passages which she needed, nnd If Mnrk tell us thnt nngcls ministered another found them for her, they did unto him. So did they In nil Ids life, not sound renl nnd truo to her ears, nt his birth. In Gethscmnne, nt his so dull of hearing. She had lost her resurrection, nnd they nre ever minis- Capacity to enjoy spiritual truth. tering to believers (Hob. 1:14). LesShe had neglected to storo her mind son verses 14, 15, tell us thnt ho Iliblo truth preached the gospel of the Kingdom with now, when whllo she wns young, should have been of God, saying, the Kingdom of Roll and dally comfortIt und chief Joy, she In the account of his her Is nt hand. trnnsfigurntlon, where wo sec the other hud lost her capacity to enjoy it. Had rending lu hu formed hublts of two forty-dafasters with him, wo youth as David did, Bible would' now she see n fulfillment of his saying. "Thero have been familiar with It, nnd Dabe some of them thnt stand here, vid's experience would hnvo been hers, which shall not tnste of death till my Shepherd, I shnll not they have seen the Kingdom of God "The Lord Is Tho context In want. He maketh inc to lie down In come with power." green pastures; he Icndcth mo beside Mntthew, Murk nnd Luke mnkes It trnns- tho still waters. Ho restoreth my soul. very plnln thut the events of the though I wnlk through the valley fulfillment of thwse Yen, figurntlon were no words, for the glorified Christ, the of the shadow of death, I will fear evil; for thou nrt with me. Thy rod risen Moses, the translated Elijah, und and thy stuff they comfort me." Hers the three dlsclplus representing Israel wns nn old nge without a stuff, uud In the flesh set beforo us the kingdom almost without n God. In miniature. John the llaptlst, tho seventy, ns well ns our ' How snd Is old nge without n twelve and the Saviour, earthly props falling, and no Lord himself, ull prenchod the king- everlasting arm to lenn on; forced to dom ns nt hand, but It did not come leave this world with, no hope of becnusc his enemies laid violent hands heuven I upon It nnd him, nnd would have none Old Age Beautified by Faith. lilm, nnd so ho told them Inter of It nor How beautiful Is old ngo when would not come In his ministry that It cheered hy tho presence of the blessed till he would return from the far country (Luko 10:11, 12). As It Is comforter Grateful for tho mercies past, It refuses to believe thnt written In Acts 3:21, "Tho Heaven of the must receive him until tho times of anything Is not a mercy which God of hope, restoration of all things which God permits. The futuro Is full more tho spoken by tho mouth of nil his for we realize thnt more and hath holy prophets since the world began." earthly shall disappear out of our Tho kingdom being rejected, una lives, nnd more nnd moro the heavenly wo shall until ut therefore postponed till Ids return, shnll come In, likeness" Inst bo satisuud ho Is calling to himself all who nro "nwnke In his willing to recelvo him, thnt they mny fied. Growing Old Happily. become fishers of men, nnd thut ho I through them mny prench repentance For from the storms that are laahlng the ocean, nnd reic'sslon of sins in nil tho world ' Nearer each day to the pleasant homo light; nnd so tho "whosoevers" bo gathered from the out of nil nations who will from (ho Far commotion.wave that are big with llrlde, tho Lumh's wife, for whom ho I Under full sail and the harbor In sight. Crowing old cheerfully waits ere ho will return to set up his J Cheerful and bright kingdom of righteousness and pcaco j on earth. ,1'ast all tho winds that were adverse and chilling. These men, Simon und Andrew nnd Past all the lalands that lured thee to James and John, whom ho calls to folreat; low him, had evidently received remis- Past all the currents that wooed thee un willing sion of sins through tho preaching of Far from the port and the land of .the John tho Itnptlst (verso 4), for we canbleat not bo followers of Jesus, or his disGrowing old peacefully, ciples, till wo hnvo received remission Peaceful and bleat. of our sins through him. To this end 'Rich In experience angels might covet not called upon to give up or I Rich In a faith that has grown with thy years: forsako anything. Tho frco gift of God Is eternal life, even Christ him- Iilllch In a love that grew from and above it self, who Is tho Ilreiid of life, and tho Soothing thy sorrows and hushing thy Water of Life, nnd tho only way to ! feara. Crowing old richly, obtain him Is to recelvo him, without Loving and dear. J any merit or works on our part whatever (John 1:12; 3:10; 4:10; 0:27; Eyes that grow dim to the earth and Us 10:28; Horn. 3:24; 0:23; Itev. 22:17). j Bee but the brighter the heavenly Then being redeemed ho asks us to glow: . . 1. - . . - .I . .. . J follow him, becoino his disciples, and uiui ure uuu iv me worm anil lia atory let him work lu us to will nnd to do In the aonga that from Paradtae of his good pleasure. Tho cost of our Drink flow. All the aweet recompense salvation fell wholly upon him, but tho Youth cannot know. cost of disci pleshlp falls upon the believer, who being redeemed, must be "We vull nre full enough to reach willing to forsake all nnd follow htm, God's hand. Tho angels nro no taller." renouncing all that la not from him. (Luke 14:33.) Qod ever apeak s to a receptive mind. rr 11 11 (1017-1018), y 11 1 1 , 1 wo-nrTT" .. years for dollars, ,- quarters, dimes nnd nickels. Tho pennies nro to be Kpent with the butcher, tho linker, thu grocer nnd the landlord, or they may be put Into circulation in any other way. Mr. Cnrlllo believes this outpouring of pennies from tho children's hanks of tho country will bo n big lift to Uncle Snm In meeting n problem brought about by conditions due to thu wnr. The post office Is feeling the penny shortnge the same ns nil business houses. The government In to coin pennies us fnst ns they nre needed. un-nb- SCOUTS A"E FINEST LOYALISTS. When this affair with the wild men of Ilerlln Is over nnd we begin to distribute honors nnd rownrds, something large nnd mngnlflcent will hnvo to be struck off for the boy scouts, snys the Detroit Journal. They nre somewhat overshadowed todny by their elders, hut their labors, engcr nnd ungrudged, nre of high Importnnce. Is there to be a parade? The boy scouts mnst ho called out to gunrd the lines nnd to help the police handle the Is there to he n patriotic crowds. meeting? Why, there you'll sec the scouts nctlng ns ushers nnd keeping tho entrances elenred. The youngsters not merely inarch to wenrlness to further the Liberty lonns, but nlso they hustlu for subscriptions themselves. Thero nro no more prnctlcnl patriots, no Amerlcnns moro through nnd through American. It will be problem to decide what to give the scouts who are giving so greatly of their best. It ennnot be anything small. 11 SCOUTS ALWAYS MAKE GOOD. "Since the Hoy Scouts of America have taken over the responsibility of distributing the food conservation cards, I believe Its success Is assured," said a prominent citizen of Birmingham, Ala. "Everything that boy scouts ever hnve undertaken has proved a great success. The scout organization seems to bring out tho very finest qualities In boys, nnd nmong the most excellent of these Is their feeling of pride In responsibility nnd determination to meet that responsibility. "I never yet hnve known a scout to fall down on n Job or to fall to show up where nnd when ho was expected to. They nro n fine army of soldiers nnd a great bunch to have In behind any phnse of tho government work thnt such boys can manage." ONE BOY SCOUT'S "PRAYER." Scout A. Page of Chicago, wroto this letter to the Chicago Herald : To the Editor: Tho prayer I learned nt kindergarten runs through my head every morning hefore I'm fnlrly nwnke. Tho first line goes nil right, but what do you think of tho others? They've bothered mo a lot. Now before we work today. We muat not forget to pray To Ood, who kept uo through the night And brought us to the morning light House, 150 Years Old. THE penceful waters of Long they felt too poor to build n new one Islnnd sound, nnclent Stoning-to- n they petitioned the general assembly nt sits and dreoms of the vic- Ilnrtford for leave to hold n lottery for torious conflicts of the past. this purpose. The summer visitor Is now the only InThe general assembly granted their vader nnd even he Is oftentimes con- petition, but it was not until 1777 thnt quered by the benuty of sen nnd shore. the lottery was drawn nnd the funds If he loves the flavor of 'ntlqulty, his secured. At thot time the Revolutionfnte Is senled and Stonlngton has mid-e- ary war had begun nnd most of the one more to the list of her con- money wns used for the defense of quests. the village; the remainder, which had What other Connecticut town was been Invested In continental hills, ever tho scene of nn American victory wns lost by renson of their complete over the Ilrltlsh? Stonlngton twice deprecation. defented the nnval forces of England; Captain Palmer and His House. once In 1773 nnd ngnln In 18141 Cnpt. Nathaniel Palmer, when only The conquests of the old town were , became master of not, however, limited to bnttle nlone. a boy of twenty-onethe sloop Hero nnd sailed on a sealing The sea was hers, traversed as It was voyage to the South Shetland Islands. by her whaling nnd sealing ships ns' well ns by her passenger packets.- - The Whaling nnd sealing ventures brought wealth to Stonlngton shipowners and unknown corners of the earth acknowlcnptnlns, but this voyage of Captain edged her supremacy, for n Stonlngton captain wns the first to see the Palmer resulted In n "find" more valuFunning Islands, nnd Capt. Nathaniel able than nny cargo, however rich. Palmer discovered the Antarctic con- The "find" was the Antarctic continent. tinents The Hero wns one of a squadron of In the world of nrt, Jnmes MacNelll Whistler was a pioneer spirit, nnd vessels that reached Ynnkee Harbor, Whistler lived nt two periods of his Deception Island, during the season of 1820-2It wns from thut plnce that life In Stonlngton. After the long series of conquests, the lookout, on an unusually clear dny beginning with the Indian nnd ending discovered n volcano In action. Cap-tnl- n Palmer was dispatched In the with the summer visitor, Stonlngton now enjoys the fruits of victory. In Hero, n sloop of only 45 tons' burden, peace she 'Sits under her nnclent elms, to examine the mountain nnd the reThe while the hnrhor wntcrs lap her shores gion lu which It wns situated. nnd surge benenth the ruined whnrves. boy sailed safely across the uncharted It Is recorded thnt Itufus Chouto onco sen and found nn unknown continent. The home of the discoverer of the snld of Stonlngton thnt It wns the only place he had ever seen that was en- Antarctic continent still stands In Stonlngton and Is now theWampos-set- t tirely finished. Inn. Like Its old owner, It has Spirit of Its Early Settlers. The spirit thut moved Stonlngton to withstood the buffettngs of the sea. defy the British on the 20th of August, In n great September gale which swept 1775, more than ten months before the the const a century ago, this house was signing of tho Declaration of Inde- lifted from Its foundations by the pendence, was Indigenous to the com- force of the waves and dropped Into munity. In fact, the earliest settlers the cellar. As there were no In those days, the building was of the region. In 1C5S, published their gradually brought back Into place by own Declaration of Independence. After Massachusetts and Connecticut wedges. Stonlngton "before the war" was a had united to overthrow the Pcquot Indians, each colony claimed the con- - Newport where It Is said the Wada- Billlngs-Burtch BY d Jack-scre- House of Capt. Nathaniel J Parker. Help us, Ixird. to lick the Kaiser, And make him see he had been wiser Not to wait till he was c' led up To learn he couldn't eat the world up. 'Taln't made to eat, he can't digest It Bo And CTts nasty, too. where Huns Infest It) help ua. Lord, to whack It to him. neer atop until we "do" him. SCOUTS HAVE A THRIFT CLUB. Tho Hoy Scouts Saving club wns hy Hoy Scout Troop No. 32 for nil boy scout troops of Milwaukee. Only boy scouts are entitled to make a deposit. Tho savings club was organized to encourago the thrift hnblt, which Is part of the scouts' program. Tho dub Is In care of the National Exchnngo bank. A bank hook Is Issued to each scout that makes a deposit of 60 cents or more, and tho account draws Interest at tho rate of 3 per cent. SCOUT8 FIND WHI8KY CACHE. A party of boy scouts on a hike near Dartford, Wash., discovered a cache of whisky and telephoned tho police station for Instructions. Capt. Georgo Miles of Spokane directed the boys to remain thero and bo would send officers for the liquor. Tho police greyhound went out with detectives and picked up tho boys and proceeded to tho cacho, where they found luoro than 100 bottles of liquor) In seven sacks, which was taken to tho stutlon. quered territory, which extended from wonuck sometimes registered 100 new the Thames river to Connecticut to guests In a day. People like tho Van Weeknpnug In Rhode Islnnd. The set- Alcns, the Whistlers, the Due de tlers of Stonlngton (then called Mystic Cholseul and Col Vose who were nnd Puwcntuck) applied to the general known on two continents, chose to so- court at Hartford to be set off ns a Journ for the summer by the peaceful sepnmto town, but the opposition of wntcrs of Stonlngton harbor. New London led to tho refusal of the The old lighthouse which stands at application. I the tip of Long Point and looks out In 1057 the petitioners sent nn ur- 6Ver Little Nnrrngansett bay Is nowa- gent message to Massachusetts, which days only n monument to the past pros colony had a claim to the area In dis- perlty of tho port. For years t pute, but Massachusetts likewise re- watched over n multitude of successfused tho request of the llttlo settle- ful ships as they came and went, un-- " ment In the wilds. til nt Inst they sailed awny never to Whereupon a miniature republic was return. Now It Is Itself discarded; evolved under tho name of "Tho As- like the old on tho Oreen, sociation of Poquutuck People." that once ronred their defiance to the In tho same year, however, tho com Ilrltlsh, tho lighthouse Is but a remissioners appointed to settle the dis- minder of the conquests of Stonlngton. pute between Massachusetts uud Connecticut returned their decision. They Lured Away. divided iho conquered territory equal"I thought you said your cook was ly, with the Mystic river as the bounda Jewel beyond price," ary line. Thus the little settlement of "So did." "Mystic nnd Pnwciituck" wns not left "Hut she's gone." nlono "to defend the peace of the "Yes. One of the neighbors discovplace." ered that she had a price." Lottery for a Church. Her Last Word. These settlers on tho borders of the Mr. I). (during the quarrel) Well, wilderness had for tho most part sprung from tho better classes; indeed. If you want to know It, I married you a largo part of them tould trace their for your money. Mrs. B, I wish I could tell aa eaally descent through u line of knights and geutlemcu. Yet lu this new country what I married you for. they wero proud to become good farmers, blacksmiths,, Kboemnkers or weavGreat Expectations. j ers, Ho Do you think your father will In 1774 the re- ients of that part of put down anything when I tell hlra Stonlngton boy igh known as Long we are to be married? Point (now Sfbnlngton village) were She I know he will, doareat; bU In dlro need of u church edifice. Aa foot I ; - The Surect Preparation it School Training I'apc ElghL OWSLEY COUNTY 28, 1917. T1IK CITIZEN Jnnynry 3, new home. 0. L. Martin has moved near tho Scaffold Cano church (o tho house vacated by Malissa II. E. Bullen has moved Martin. J. C. Bullen into his new house. sold to II. E. Bullin ono iinlr of work Tho cold weather inulfw for $2T0. has stopped work on tho Dixlo HighDaddy and Mammy Todd way. aro stnnding tho cold wenlher liko young folks. .MADISON COUNTY 1018, East Kentucky Correspjndence News You Get Nowhere Else No rorrnpondrnc rubllhrd unlM tltnni In full bjr lh rltcr. Th n cvidtnr of irootl filth. Wrlle la not for pubtlrstlon. but Conkllno Conkling, Dec. A girl vns born to llensley Nellie. Mr. and Mrs. Che. l r pllnl. riMii JOHH WHITE & CO, LOUISVILLE, KY. Libtrtl and full for Hide aortmtnl vluo ,FURS and Coat Chins JACKSON COUNTY Gray Hawk Cold Gray Hawk, Dec. 29, 1017. weather still con Linu os with plenty of snow and iciv Our Christmas entertainment, conducted by the school faculty, was well attended with good order and a nice program, and plenty of nice presents for tho children and a good candy The llcv. Holland Beck treat. preached at the Dutch Church Friday night, and will preach Sunday night. Ernest Hartlett left today for Louisville whero he has a job Mrs. in tho poultry business. John Allen left Gray Hawk tho 28th Miss for her homo in New York. Lola Bingham entertained quite a lot of young folks Wednesday night nt her homo for supper. All report a nice time. 'Carico Wo aro Carico, Dec. 28, 1917. sorry to hcar,of tho death of Mr.and Mrs. Daniel Fail bus' litllo baby. They livo at Tulsa, Okla. Mrs. Faubus is the daughter of Sam Roberts or Eggs aro high here: this place. Jim Farley has .l5o per dozen. bought a tract of landTm tho Rockcastle River and has moved to it. Tho new railroad is being graded .down below J. W. Angel's place. James Hundley's family, who has had smallpox, is better. Joe Tussoy and family aro down with smallpox. Wo have had some of the coldest weather that has been for year. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Ned Parker, Schools at last week, a flno boy. several places in these parts have closed on account of cold weather, James Harvey Thomas gave a Christmas treo for tho children and all report nice presents and a fine time. The Board has been calling the boys back to McKco to bo for tho U. S. Army. Green Hall The Green Hall, Dec. 30, 1917. coldest weather that has been known for many years is prevailing' now. Many people aro suffering with frost John Gabbard rebitten feet. cently moved to Mrs. Nancy MarWendell garet Wilson's farm. spent vacation at home. Grayden Cook is homo on a visit, and expects to return to Bcrea after The Christmas enNew Years. given at Mrs. E. E. tertainment, school, was quite a success Reuben Hughes left for Bcrea- - today whero ho expects to enter school. It is rumored that J. B. Spenco Will teach tho unexpired month of Pearl Strong's school. "Madam Rumor" says that Miss Pearl is to get marF. F. McCollum purried soon. chased a nice maro from Emery Herman RobinPeters last week. son, who has been in Ohio for tho past eight months, came homo to Mis3 Myrtle spend tho winter. Evans of Bcattyvillo is spending tho holidays with her sister, Mrs. Laura Mrs. Harrison Pierson Pierson. has been, moved to her father's on account of her sickness whero she can bo waited on with care. Nathanton Nathanton, Deo. 20, 1917. Thomas Caudill, a student of Berea Collcgo during tho past few years, also a teacher of tho publio scliol at his homo at Farley, Perry County, during tho past two years, accompanied by his cousin, Mat, Kilburn, spent Christmas with friends and Troy relatives at this place. Evans of this place, who has been employed at Kings Mills, O., for sumo months, is with homo folks. Wnr Evans was called yesterday to tho bedsido of his brother, Robert Evans, of Privett, who is very low E B. Flanery witli lung trouble. of Mauldon and G. W. Halcomb of Ethel wcro at this placo during tho John McKinnoy week on business. of tliis placo lately purchased from tho heirs of A. B. Halcomb, deceased, a cow and calf for tho sum of $80. I M. Halcomb and family of Oklahoma, after spending Christinas with relatives at this place, left Thursday to spond a few days with his son, Herbert, who is with tho colors May tho now In 'North Carolina. year bo a happy ono to Tho Citizen und its readers. with plenty of rain and snow. J. Simpson of Lite was in this part last week surveying land for dam Priro and Pheo Hillard. The Revs. A. B. Gabbard and E. F. Cornelt and Reams held a ten days' meeting at Letter Box within tho pasf two weeks. Nearly twenty additions to tho church was tho result. - Bo) and Lillian Gabbard of iioml visited homefolks at this Farmers in this place Christmas. part have not worked much during the present month, owing to unBert Sumfavorable weather. mers and wife were visiting tho lat- ler's parents at this place over On December 21, a Christmas. baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Ned Parker. They call him Merle. The smallpox .are still raging in this and immediate neighborhoods John and Rosa Johnson spent Christmas with tho latter's parents Mr. mid Mrs. Calborn at Parrot. Hundley have been visiting relatives Much health at Moore's Creek. and happiness to all The Citizen readers during 11)18. . on December 19; named Luther Morgan and Miss Myrtle Wilson were married at tho bride's homo on December 23. Tho bride was neatly nttircd in whilo ill; trimmed with white fur and carried a beautiful bouquet of roses and ferns. Clayton Mainous and Miss Susie Wilson wero tho attendants. A bountiful dinner wns served mediately after the ceremony, which was performed by Eld. J. W. Anderson. A number of relatives and friends of tho brido woro present. Mr.and Mrs. John Angel visited Ballard Hamilton nud family Friday Miss and Saturday of last week. Mario Bowles returned from Berea Thursday to spend tho holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Bowles. John and Charley Blake ami their sister, Miss Zona, spent Christinas with their brother, Leo Blake, at Island City. Palmer Carroll Mr. caino in from Ohio Sunday. and Mrs. J. L. Mainous entertained quite n crowd nt thoir homo on last Sunday. Tom Hnlcnmb returned .1. W. from Irvine last Monday. Anderson will preach at Brookshire Sunday. December 30. A bright and prosperous new year to TJio Citizen nnd its many readers. -- Messrs. John King lurned home. and Jim Curtis of near hero havo received about $3,000 each from oil Mrs. A1U claims in Estill County. Dawson and boys of Madella, Minn, havo been visiting relatives hero Tho recent for Imp past week. snow is drifted very badly In this oarl of Clark County. PULASKI COUNTY Walker visited Aunt Leo Million or Berea Wednesday John Gabbard Is In from Camp Taylor to sco Ills people. Wo aro suro glad to see tho Old hoys back for n fow days. Undo Georgo White Is oul again after about n month sickness with one of his hands being blood poison Everybody should laio Tito ed. Citizen and keep posted. ScovHje Herd Herd, Dec. 28, 1917. Bad weather still continues. Jim Farmer and son. Huey, who have been at Hamilton,. 0., for somo time, returned to their homo at this placo last Saturday. Tho Misses Myrtle and Icy Farmer returned to their homo at this placo last Saturday after a threo weeks' visit with relatives in LexMrs. Matlie Shepherd and ington. daughter, Opal, visited at Stephen Farmer's last Saturday and Sunday. Christmas passed off nt this place very quietly. Misses Myrtle and Icy Farmer entertained a largo crowd Christmas day. Ham Farmer gave a party last Thursday night; there was a largo crowd present and everybody seemed to enjoy the Roy Farmer returned yesparly. terday to his home In Hamilton, O. after a II vo weeks' visit with relatives at this place. Several from this place attendpd tho Christmas tree at Black Water last Wednes- Scoville, Dec. 27, 1917. 'Hie Rev. Mr. Crane of Pendleton County, a former minister of this place, preached at Clifty week beforo Insl. The Revs. Messrs. Cox and Cornish of Wilmoro aro preaching nt Clifty church. Tho young folks of this place, who have been away attending school, arc spending the Christmas vacation with their parents. A largo crowd wns present nt the Christmas treo and entertainment given by tho Buck Creek Graded S'ehool, Christmas eve. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mclntiro of Heidloberg are visiting their parents nt (his Mumps aro raginfe in this place. community. Miss Nell Juikl, who is staying at Ashland, returned honi ' last Saturday. Mrs. Mary Williams gavo the young folks a social last Monday night. Clayton Rowland is visiting his parents nt this place. ESTILL COUNTY Iron Mound Walnut Grove Walnut Grove, Dec. 31, 1017. Henry N. Carter, John G. Fnrloy.nnd Miss Francos Stevens, thrco promising young peoplo of tho Walnut nmvo School, left hero this morning to become students nt Berea College, that Institution which has educated two hundred and seventeen of this county's foremost citisuch men, for instance, aj zens; County ,genl W. C. Wilson, County Superintendent of Schools Leonard I'.. Meeco and Samuel Maylleld of Acorn, that merchant who serves the people of his community. Wo trust this Collcgo may continue to prosper nnd develop our hoys and girls into such useful nnd aspiring men and women as these Ed. Wallace of Berea, who has been hero for a week visiting the homo of Jonas Stevens and other friends, led here this morning for his Madison Ezcklel Hampton County home. has just recently sold his farm to tho First National Bank of Somerset for the consideration of $3,000, A. S. Farley, our hustling postmns tor. has been kept busy theso pat two weeks tilling out questionairos for the drafted boys. J. H. and Or-li- in Pennington of Keokee, Vn havo been here visiting friends and relatives. Mr. Pennington bought a line, lot of corn, and will move here Miss Bess in the early snfTng. DeBord of the Berea Collcgo Faculty, who has been visiting parents and other relatives and frlcifds during the holidays, returned to Bcrea Saturday. ' Kingston Tho Kingston, Dec. 31, I0I7. coldest weather ever known In this part f tho Slnto was yesterday morning (Sunday), when tho thermometer dropped 15 degrees below zero, which wns t) degrees lower tlm it wns on December 13. Yet the stock and fowls did not suffer as much this spell ns beforo bcenuso of the silliness of Hio ntmosphcro-I.e- o Peters has rented Iho farm of Mrs. Florence Bales, on tho Crooks-vill- o pike, and will move on to It Lieut Win. the first of tho year. Dean, of Camp Zachnry Taylor, was Mrs. Alex. Parhomo Christmas. ish and children spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Breck Manpin. Mr. ajid Mrs. 0. T. Tinsley, of Middles-bor- o, who wero hero for the Flan nery-Kolwedding, relumed homo John Webb, of last Camp Chester, Battle Creek, Mich., is expected to spend Now Year's Day S. E. Adams, of witli his parents. Raymond, is spending tho holidays willi his family. Messrs. John nnd Arch Flannery were visitors at tho homo of Iheir uncle, M. B. Flannery, last week. Miss Elizabeth Flannery was entertained to dinner at the homo of "Prof. M: E. Marsh, last Wednesday. Mr. nnd Mrs. E. B. Wnr-fo- rd left last week for TralTord, Pa. Mrs. Wnrford and children will re main during tho winter with Mr. Wnrford where ho holds n position ns Superintendent of Mines. Mr. nnd Mrs. Tom Adams will occupy their house during Iheir absence.- -Miss Vena Dean, who Is teaching in Jackson County, is at homo during Miss Myrtlo Click tho holidays. of Winchester is the gupst of tho Misses Denn. Miss Jameson, Miss Bess Marsh, nnd Eugene Marsh of Berea wero visitors at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Flannery last Friday. Norman spent Warford Christmas with relatives In Rich Miss Fannlo Moyers was mond. tho guest of her sister, Mrs. L. C Lane, Christmas. KENTUCKY N EWS - LA11 Items of Interest From Sections of the State I X Versailles. - The body of Charles Jcr.cs, n negro, was found by the aide of tho Southern railway track a mlln west of Versailles. An examination doad, showed ho hnd dropped from lira it failure. i - Paris. Whlto the family was away from tho homo on tho Cane Hideo ptk Christ nuts day. some one entered tho rarago of Levis lingers nnd stole a belonged to hts Ford runabout whli-No dun to lh ion, Julius llofturn. Identity of tho thief han yot bora found. Covington. Theyork of clearing up the wreck of h loconintlvo and several frolght can In the Ludlow yards Of New Orleans and tho Clnclnnntl, Texas Pacific rnllroa'd wns begun Tho engine wns overturned and derailed on on emergency track when a train ran wild down a eovun-mllgrade from Krlniiger. K. 11. Ilyman, who Howling Green came hero from Macon, On., as of tlm Howling C'M'on nnd Warren County Chamber of Com h.vrce, has tendered his resignation to take effect In thirty days. I: has boon accented by tho Hoard of Direct ors, but Ms fcucresror hns not oavx selected. r ly s ROCKCASTLE COUNTY Parrot Christmas passed off at this placo very quietly Deo. 31, 1917. Parrot, Iron Mound, J)ec. 30, 1017. - We day. Hurrah for The Citizen and aro still having real cold weather: tho thermometer registering 12 to its many readers. ' 20 degrees below zero for tho last Goochland two weeks. Jack Walter and famGoochland, Dec. 30, 1917. Last ily have smallpox and nrogetting night was the coldest we have had along nicely. Ethel Fielder, who Mr. and Mrs. Brutis has been attending school at Berea, this winter. Martin liavo returned homo from is spending tho holidays with home-folk- s. their visit with Mr. Martin's relaThe young people enjoyed tives in Illinois, where they mot a party at the homo of Owen Walkmany of their friends. Tho er Norris Friday night. William Christmas tree passed off at the Mar- and Leonard Fielder of Camp Taytin school without any trouble; lor mado a short visit with homo-foleverything was quiet. Everybody enMrs during the holidays. joyed a good time. Miss Alice Mil- Milt Berryman is quilo sick. Slio' had .'overal ler is teacher. Lizzie Puckelt is improving after presents for her school. George having had a severe spell of pneuMcCollum and litllo son, Clifford, Benton Fielder and wife monia. staid Sunday night with his mother, of Berea, and Algan Fielder and Mrs. family of Mrs. Cathcrin McCollum. Winchester spent some of Sallio Martin is back, at home for tho holidays at tho homo of their awhile. father. W. F. Fielder. Fred Wilt of Madison County has moved in our CLAY COUNTY midst. Tommio Hill's wife Is still Vine in a very dangerous condition, havDec. 29, 1917. Vine, Christmas ing taken poison some timo ago and passedjOff very quietly in this com- is not expected to live. munity. Tho stork played Santa Clans tho 2Sth and left a bouncing CLARK COUNTY boy at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Log Lick Henry Rico; his name is Ira Her-mo- n. Log Lick, Deo. 30, 1917. Last Willio Howard is very poor- Thursday, Marshall Osborne, an old ly. Mrs. Jano Smith, wife of John and resepcted citizen of this comSmith, died at her homo last night, munity, was found dead in bed. Ho after several months of "intenso suf was buried tho following day by thq fering. Edgar, tho infant son of local undertaker, tho Rov. J. II. Henry Cofflo, is very sick with Motherly. Tom Harmon andMiss diphtheria. Johnnie Callihan is Ada Hudson of this placo drovo to Mr. and Winchester with homefolks again. last Wednesday ami Mrs. Charlio Bums of London spent wero married by tho Rov. James last week with her parents. Harding of Winchester. Chester Charlie Ward and family of Hamil a (I M. D. Dawson of Winchester ton 0., aro visiting relatives at lhi3 waited Mrs. Maudo Neal tho past placo. D. L. and Georgia Smith week. Last Wednesday Talf Euof Auvillo spent Christmas ai this bank and Miss Caroline Muthorly-placo. Tho father and brother of ent to Richmond wlierc they wero Roy Roberts, who died recently nt married by tho Rov. B. II. Matherly Camp Shelby Hospital havo tho symof that city. Wo hope for tho conpathy of their relatives at Vine. tracting parties much pleasure- thru life. Malcom Last Saturday Dr. A. T. Neal Malcom, Deo. 28, 1917. Tho cold had the misfortune of getting Injured by a hqrsn fulling on him on weather continues in this part. Miss Ella Elkfn, who Miss Maltio Leo Clarko has returned tho icy road. from an extended visit with friends has been visiting her brothers near and relatives In Danvlllo, 111. Winchester for somo time, has ro- Leonard .Edwards nnd Miss Graco Durham wero quietly married at tho homo of tho brido, December 19. USE Tho Rov. Tom Allen held services nt tho homo of tho Rov. J. II. Browning, December 19. Tho friends of Mrs. Rebecca Browning gavo her a surprlso with n birthday dinner on birthday, Decem her sixty-fourIT'S ber 20. Quito a lot wcro present nnd all seemed to enjoy tho occasion. BRIGHTER, WHITER AND LIGHTER The oil men havo had to slop drill ing on nccount of tho cold weather Than Any Other Brand but will begin again as soon as tho holidays aro over. . ks - Disputanta Jimmio Disputanta, Jan. I, 1918. Anglin has returned from Middle- town, 0. Willio Abncy is planning to slart to Berea Collcgo Hie Thcro was n social winter term. at O. M. Payne's Christmas cvo. There was a large crowd present and Albert all reported a good time. Clark, Ernest Abncy .1nd Dola Abncy wcro visiting relatives hero thru Granison Clark passed Christmas. thru hero today with a largo hunch A. T. Wilson, of caltlo and bogs. tho oil man, has brought his two little daughters with him. Ho is drilling for oil on A. T. Abncy's place. There was a social at It. J Abney's, Sr., on December 20. All Clarenco hod a pleasant timo. Moore. Is going to start to Berea Collcgo tomorrow. Sam Shearer is moving to the placo that was just vacated by W. II. Thomas. Mr. Thomas is moving to Richmond. Mrs. Morgan Annoy is visiting her John homo folks on Brush Creek. Dooley, who is in the army at Camp Taylor, is visiting homo folks at present. Rockford We are Roekford, Dec. 30, 1917. having cold weather. The thermometer stands most all the timo near zero. Quite a lot of fruit and vegeOur boys tables nro being lost. who wero rejected for war service aro getting papers to bo lllled oul again. Christmas went oil hero Thorn perfectly quiet as usual. as a Christmas tree at Walnut Grovo school house Christmas day and tho children rojoiiccd over somo nice presents they received from their O.C. teacher, Miss Martha Jones. Thomas und Malissa Martin woro married December 20, nnd moved to Snyder. Mr. Thomas is a railroad man. Wlu wish them a happy and Ernest Northern, prosperous life. who has been working in Hamilton, 0. , wns Inken down with fever and his father, Davis Northern, went anil brought him home. Ho js getting somo better, nnd we hope ho will J.T. soon bo nble to ho out again. Stephens, who has been down with pneumonia fever, is ablo to go about tho house. Ho had ft very sovero Owen case, but had special caro. Hill is moving to tho Win. Robo farm, near tho Silver Crock church. 1. Martin has moved to tho old placo, and Bert Martin has purchas. ed his farm and has moved to his null hi the Circuit Court against tho Kentucky Traction nnd Terminal Co. The petition alleges that In August. 1917, through tho mismanagement of employes of ono of Its .catSr a borr-- i belonging to Sharp, worth $100, war run er and killed. Judgment Is asked for 1200 find for costs, Frnnkfott Thomas Sharp brought ell, died last week and was buried nt Pilot Knob Cemetery. She was a good and obedient child. The parents have the sympathy of tho peoplo here. Jnmes Owens was, buried at Pilot Knob Cemetery a few weeks ago after a lingering illness of abnul a year. Ho leaves a wlfo and niim children to mourn his loss. Mr. Owens will bo missed In tho community as ho hns been a blacksmith hero for several years. Eliza Neal has been very low with a second slroko of paralysis, but is slowly improving. Aunt Peggy Recce has been sick but Is heller. Mr. and Mrs. Bid Ahrams are Hip proud parents of a lino hoy. Wo nro having some very disagreeable weather at present, Christmas passed olf very quietly at this placo. Tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Butler Wanton was mado happy December 23 by (ho nrrival of a littto daughter, weighing 9 pounds; they christened Mr. and Mrs. Willio her Ethel J. Mundy aro (ho proud parents of a liltln girl, born December 21. Her R. J. Edwards name is Lillio Mao. nnd daughter wero visiting in frvino from Wednesday until Friday. Messrs. Earl Kimberlin anil Harry with Robinson spent Christmas Dewey Powell. Mrs. J. C. Yates anil children havo gonoto Florida to spend tho winter. Millard Edwards and family havo moved in tho houso with bis father until Walter Wishing tho Powell can get oul. Iho many readers of Tho Citizen a Happy Now Year. Coyle' Coyle, Deo. 29, 1917. II. II. Howard, of Walllns, a local hospital suffering from dangerous wounds recolvcd when he was Injured In a prematura explosion of dynamite. Howard was In the act of setting off a dynamite charge In celebration of ChrUtmas, when the Big Hill premature explosion blow away his Big Hill. Dec. 31, 1917. Henry tegs. He Is considered to be In a critical condition from tock. I'stes has been sick for somo time. Unwell, daughter of Joo PowGrade Denny, corpo-ratjoIs Harlan. at counsel for the city of Lexington, after rovlewlng tho various grants for tho operation of street cars here, told Mayor James C. Rogers that the people of Lexington aro up against it In their protest ngalnst the conlpany' demand for faro. They must pay It. or walk, or go to court, wltb chances of success against them, he six-ce- Islington. James 0. -- all said. Louisville. Upon receipt of a telegram from Frank Hrenton, of Acton Ind., Capt, De Forrester chief of sent Detectives Condley and Zimmerman to find Maymle Hrenton, 17 years old, who, her father said, had run away from her home In Acton aev eral daya ago. The detectives arrest ed tho girl In a 'local restaurant, where she had been employed for several days. Louisville. "University of Kentucky Night" will be observed at Camp Zach-arTaylor, Louisville, some time early In January, under tho" direction of the War Hecreatlon Hoard, and Presldont Frank L. McVey, of the university, hai been Invited to deliver the principal address of tho occasion. One hundred and twelve former students of the voralty are now In training at Camp Taylor. yl West Point. Two children of Sherman Wright wero buntd to death when flro destroyed tho home and most of the contents. Ono of the chilgirl nnd the dren v.ns a boy. The uther an mother had left the home for a bucket of water a quattcr of a mile away and whllo she was gone the home caught on fire. Tho children were locked In the hnnso, d clovcn-months-ol- POTTS' GOLD DUST FLOUR th Howling Green. A man, reglsterlni as S. A. Latham, was arrested on thi L. & N. passenger train No. 1 by local patrolmen on Information, from the Se Clay Lick G. II. Gabbard, crot Service Department of the Clay Lick, Jan. 1. that ho was shipping llqaoi enrouto from Akron, 0., to his homo into prohibition territory. It Is aa,ld nt Delray, Flo., slopped off n fow that Latham loft Cincinnati with seven days with his brother, 0. L. Gab- trunks containing whisky. He had t C. E. Stout, a been undor surveillance of the Governbard, last week. private from Camp Taylor, visited ment ofllclals. his parents last week, Ho returned Seditious I'lnevllle, statement to camp, his father reluming with Mrs. relatlvo to transporting soldiers ta him for n fow days visit. Franco, attributed to L. II. Strum, Dona Taylor, who has been sick for Plnovllle, Hell county, Ky., result spmo bettor nt this od In a warrant being Issued for somo timo, Is Misses Mnvlo McDanlcls. writing. his arrest by United Statea Com, Dorothy ami l)el Fowlor visited rnlsloner J. G. Ilolllns at Pine- Miss Luoy Fowler ono day last weok. vllle, Ky. The warrant was forwan Widow Gabbard Is sick with a had ed to United States Marshal Ilobert Q. Owing to sappy corn and Ford, at Covington, and was approved cold. by United Statea District Attorney t bad weather, farmers aro not dono Thomas Mrs. Lucy gathering corn yet. D. Slattery, I