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Fivo Cents per Copy. to title Interests of tl.e :Moi:txtan. People MADISON COUNTY Knowledge Is Power and the wny lo keep up with modern Knowlcgo Is to rood a good Newspaper. M.VI't i.KY, JANt AUY 10, 1018. Ono Dollar per Year. No. 2. Security After the War. time some criminal nation breaks out. ' Hut there is a better wny. It used to be necessary that each family should keep guns any know how to use them, and hundreds of old houses still stand in England that were built like forts to keep olffobbers. Hut now there is a sheriff and constat bles who protect all homes and they do it better and cheaper. What we need is an international sheriff to prdtect nil nations. This is what e proposes and what President Wilson favors an international standing army to be always on the watch that treaties are observed and that no one nation secretly arms itself against its neighbor nation. Such an international army, like a police force, will not need to be very expensive, but it will do the work. Long ago Tennyson foretold the time "When the common sense of most shall hold a Lloyd-Georg- List week we published the opinion of an able man that after the war we should have to have all our young men in constant training for war, jo as to be ready the IN OUR OWN STATE BUiSWITH ASSERTS 1400 PASSENGER i WORLD NEWS nt William Wolfenbcrgcr, engineer FRANCE TO END, charged with Involuntary manslaughter, was indlcM Wednesday l tho special llullllt County grand PREMIER jury investigating the wreck at SIlophotiNvillo, December 1!0, which resulted in forty-eigdeaths anil injuries to scores of others. Lloyd "George In Speech to Trades Unionists Gives Nation's Suit lllcil in tho Federal District Peace View. Court at St. Louis on behalf of John W. Seaman, a stockholder, for the appointment of n receiver for thi United Hallways Company, of St. FULL REPARATION KEYNOTE I.ouis, has aroused much interest in Louisville and Kentucky because of largo holdings of slock and bonds! Wculd Have Battled Alongside Russia, I hero. but Now It Must Stand Alone ht Not Fighting for Constanti- nople Tho Supremo Court, Monday, in a unanimous opinion delivered by Chief Justice White, swept aside every contention raised against tho S'olccllvo Draft Act, upholding tho law as constitution;!, and ruling that troops lo light the enemy may b'i sent anywhere. . Kaiser's Terms Impossible. London, Jan. 7. Premier Lloyd George, M(l(lnMHlii'.' trie trnilcM unions And the mighty world reposes lapped in univeron the Kiiliject of war alms, said that only (he rlenrest, greatest and most . sal ll.'w." . Just of eausea could Justify tliu cotitln-uimc- e So we shall have a league to enforce peace, a "United oVen for a day of "this unspeaktates of the World." able agony of nations." The premier Oreat Hrllnln The program for tho Kentucky was not flglitlns lo take ConstantiKENTUCKY WAR CONFERENCE morning session. Dr. Jamas A. 11. nople from Turkey. CALLED TOR JANUARY 15 Si licivr. of tlio Council of National War Conference to bo held in LouisItefer'rlng to the pronouncement AND 1C IN LOUISVILLE Defense, will also speak at this mcet- - ville. Jnnuary 15 and 10, was givon made on December by Count Czern-In- , out by the chairman of tho State i.... foreign minihu . . I.. ii, w.ii ..r iv.r..,io. A...n ,i ......ii ....i. ister, n't the peace conferenco will be ..eld in Louisvile, , speakers will be Franklin K Lane ference, the premier said: of the Interior, and Sir "It Is Impossible to believe that any l"cesroMheronei of National Do- -, held at llm'll Fredrick E. Smith, Attorney General permanent peace could lie erected on NV U (, H. fwiio and the Kentucky Stalo Coun-- 1 such a foundation." . Hritain. ... """. encli presided over Iby a State f on ..r n.r Mr. Lloyd (Jcorge said that an Inde,. r,. I. i.I.imj .....I .11. l.l.l. U1B UUIIU IUUIU ..,. " CSI..I.. ia pendent Poland comprising all genu""" "l'- ll.l JVIIII n.i; tttll,l llirvil IIU o.,.l I I'll ofll-i550 Ownty Couno Is, About inely Polish elements who desired to sonlativos. Members of ll.o General ?.UM , nnd men of the Lincoln Divis- - participate wns an urgent necessity for Admin Assembly will bo invited to attend l'iml Administration, lucl Savings,' statiuned at Camp Taylor, were the stability of western Europe. sessions of tho llrst day it a body istration, National War lie declared that the adoption of a "icy have been nccept- Kducatlonal, Red Cross, Woman's A call for tho conference has been 'Sertlon. Four-Milor wo "Hirera Training camp. democratic constitution by Germany ito Men, kidus- Ihem are several well would be the most Convincing evidence Issued by Edward W. Mines, chair-- 1 trial. Agricultural. Slntn Chamber .if Among wii young Louisvillians who are that the spirit of military domination man of tho Kentucky State Council. Commerce and Young Men's QlirisL- -' was dead. lo become olllcers. Mans will bo launched for an educa-- 1 utn Association j "Wo should bo proud to light to tho ,,,' tional campaign which will carry , end," he declared, "side by sldo with . wI tho mcssago of democracy and Haiti,,, ,,.- -i weather conditions the new Itusslan democracy. So would .,.il Improved Jai.. r n, . needs al this moment into every dy. and Arthur Y Ileslor director. Iint , l.nniir.lil nl.n.if """(-- . uit t.. America, France nnd Italy. Hut If Hie , . ...... preent rulers of Kussla act Independii..ii !.. ii. home in the Stale. ..f tint Cllfirilrltin- rlltInt llin fnni ently we have no means to arrest the er "A Hon. Franklin K, Lane, Secretary mitteo on Public Information, will ;" vatastrisj.'he. Hup slucau. be saved only ,fi W(?rk ,,u,,,',n "i"1 f tho Interior, and Sir Frederick E the principal address. This' ' m;t by her own. people. "iccIy; Tho VOIK WilS "We mean to stand by the French Smith, Attorney Icnrral of Great will bo followed by a forum,' "The !'l)rli"s, lwo wockl due to democracy to the death," the premier Hritain, will address a big patriotlglWnr," will, every ono invited to !'I,,,ar,lL'a severe weathor. I continued, "In the demand the French ill Vlfii!in1iivd Theater on p;uiiclpalUi lmiiil Tllose allending tho make for a reconsideration of the great I .. I It... I .......1.... t Dm nm. fnnnt,in tl. tlll ilnt'nln llm enfinn.1 j 1111 in iiv,iu iiiv snviiu Hint t1" 4.UIIIU4 wrong of 1871, when "iininniu Girls' Orphanage Burns (luvecnor A. O. hianlcy win no mo aiK'rnoon iiva visu 10 uimp .acnary The Girls' Orphanage, at Onrida, was torn aWny from them. This sore principal speaker at tho opening Taylor. was burned lo tho ground, according has poisoned the peace of Kuropc for half a century and until It Is cured to reports.-number of small child- healthy conditions cannot be restored.' ren were trapped in the upper story Must Pay for Injury Done. of the burning buildfng and were "lleparatlon metuis recognition," the rescued with difficulty. Tho Oneida premier said. "Unless International Institute, maintaiuung Hie Orphan- right Is recognized by Insistence on age, was supported by the Kentucky payment for Injury done In defiance of Haptist organizations. No loss of Its canons It can never be"a reality. if was reported, and the properly Next cones the restoration of Serbia, Montenegro and the occupied parts of Bf BASIL B. BLACKETT. C B, MmU of iK. liriiih EmlT (0 ih. United Sut loss was not given. France, Italy and Itounianla. The complete withdrawal of alien armies and rnrmaK R minfi Dirt nt a Tu'lar reparation for Injustice Is the fundaThinking in terms of money is the root of most of the fallacious Fess Whitaker, who marched be- mental condition of a permanent peace. thought on war finance. What tho United States government wauta is side Theodore Roosevelt up Sap Juan "Nobody who knows l'fussln and her designs toward Uussla can doubt her not 6omo entity known as twenty billion 'dollars a year, but "goods and Hill and who has mailn himself in other ways, has taken ultimate intention," Mr. Lloyd George valued at that figure, i. e., labor to make guns, build ships, '"arkablo "Whatever, phrases bhe uses to transport soldiers, build cantonments, etc., and siaterials of all kinds in ,ovor tho nico of Jniler of Letcllr said. ltussln she does not mean to deludi' 1,11,1 of surrender nny of tho Russian provinces connection therewith, besides tho services of soldiers, sailors, civil sen. ,;co,no1 ,a rt'si,'cnl, AMulesburg. Upon his recent elcc- - and cities now ocuped Under one ' ants etc Hon by an unusually largo majority. lijiine or Tinother"they will Lencefortli When onco this is realized, it is easy to bring home to tho people Colonel Roosevelt wired Whilakor be part of the Prussian sword, and the that what financing tho war really means is tho securing by tho govern- - his congratulations. Whitaker rest of the Russians will be enticed or ment of tlw goods ami (services needed for the war, nnd that if tho govern- - boasts of having worked In practi-me- nt bullied Into complete economic nnd ulis to secure these, peoplo must organize themselves for tho war, must 'fally every town between tho coasts timate political enslavement." "Wo ought to be ablo to state clearproduce more of tho things that aro necessary, and consume as little as of Mn'no nn( California. ly and definitely, not only the principles for which we nro fighting, but possiblo of everything else. Everything 6cnt over and above what is Letcher Officials Assume Office their definite, concrete application to necessary for health and efficiency takes away from tho goods and services The now County Ofllcors entered the war map of the. world," said the available for tho war. All private is definitely against ,,,, til(,t. ,iuuea Monday. Thoso premier. tho national interests. "Ktraaganco costs blood, tho blood of heroes," taking olllco were: County Judge, "At the Most Critical Hour." "We have arrived." the premier went as Sir. Lloyd (Icorgo said. Henco saving, i. o., increasing tho surplus of Samuel Collins; Sheriff, James Tolli- this Mroods and services availablojvcr the roods and services consumed by pri- - ver; Jniler, Fess Whitaker; and, L, on, "at the most critical hour of govterrible conflict, and before any H. Hale, County Superintendent of vato people, is essential for tho winning of tho war. ernment tnltes the fateful decision us Saving is oven more important than lending to tho government, that Schools. Tho change of administra- to the conditions under which It ought tion wns devoid of incident. either to terminate or continue the is, it is better to savo and put savings in a savings bank than to borrow struggle It ought to lie satisfied that largo sumB from a bank in order to eubscribo to a war loan and then to the conscience of the nation Is behind Winchester Mayor Takes Office fail to repay. Mayor II. n. Schrlvner wns induc- - thoso conditions. lighting," he said, "Wo are not "to h'd Into ofllco Monday, succeeding destroy Austria-Hungaror deprive CONTENTS You will nolo pago thrco a3 being n. T. Matlack. and II. II. Mooro sue Turkey of Its capital or the rich Innds mo ci owdod witli information worth needed S. T. Davis as County Atlor-whil- e. In Asia Minor and Thrace which are "PAGE 1. Kdltorial: Security After This is a good pago lo lay ney. predominantly Turkish. "Our viewpoint," the premier dethe War. Kentucky War Con- aside for referenco when you get clared, "Is that the adoption of n demoference Called for January 15 Into a dispute over tho happenings cratic constitution by Germany would Kentucky and the Navy and 10 al Louisville. Our Own of tho year. Wo shall glvo you most convincing evidence that Slate Nows; U. S. News; World another vnluablo pago next wcok' Kcnluoky, nn inland slate, sur-alo- ng he the spirit of military domination priced herself and tho country m the old News. a different lino. Look out for was dead, but that Is a question for Departmental Columns. those things becauso wo always general during tho year lOITby sup-ha- tli German people tn decide." PAdE 3. our readers in mind. Many plyins tho navy with 2,500 volun- - Tho basis of nny territorial settleChronology of 1017. PAGE 3. ment must bo government with the Iher papers arc out for tho monoy; teors. PAGE 4. Locnls. we are out lo glvo you something1 Comparatively Ilttlo is known of consent of the governed, tho premier PAGE 5. Local Nows Articles. great Navy in Kentucky, and asserted. worth while for tho least monoy. "By Consent of tho Governed." Korea College Honor Hull. tho majority of tho young men pass i As regarded tho Gennun constituMountain Farming: PAGE 6. ui tho opportunities it offers for Ilrlt-el- n Farmers' Week; Incroaso of You who neglected to ronow your sorvico In tho Army at lowor pay tion, Sir. Lloyd Georgo said Great was not fighting to destroy It, alCrops; Seed Corn Suggestions; subscription jiflor wo extended tho hnim lQn llin nll'nnf nfvna nf n Vnvnl " " though It considered a military auto. nt l it iciiuizer Duggcsuons. uiuciu- - iKiiug hand last week by pointing career has novor been clearly pre- - cratic constitution u dangerous anaDcpnrt- - tn,t to you tho simplo fact Unit your Homo nall Markets. 8tmll to them. Tho young Ken-Me- chronism. After his referenco to the How About Digestion? subscription hod expired will r6- -j luekian. however, has tho material desirability of the adoption of a demo-cratconstitution by Germany, ho PAGE 7. International Sunday- - colve this issuo, and unless tho In him that makes an ideal sailor Tomperanco whorowlth Is forthcoming wo shall mnn. When War was declared tho continued: Lesson. school "Tho days of tho treaty of Vienna obliged lo say "adlos." How- - Onvornmont opened up n recruiting Talks. .Handicraft for Girls--Ji- m aro long past. We can no longer sub. V'vor, you aro wolcomo at any timv; station at Lexington, with brancho mit the future of European civilization "Sovcntecn." Serial: PAGE 8. Eastern Kentucky Nows but wouldn't it bo bettor not to miss located In various parts or tho Stale. to the arbitrary decisions of a few u lssuo striving to secure by clilcan- "or8- (COP..OU.4 oq fretful few in awe, &s I i - Austro-IIungurlu- n Hrest-L'rovs- k lln . i.- -- n,.i I , "bo nu r" mi ,, J , n"'0" - ui K"us-deliv- i f A Alsace-Lorrain- e Economy in Consumption Is Essential for the Winning of the War ; T - In spite of the snow and cold thcro has been lighting on tho French and Italian fronts of tho war during tho week. Tho French succecd-- d IN AN EFFORT TO RELIEVE in an Attack, on tho German FREIGHT CONGESTION LOCOforces in Italy, captured many guns MOTIVESHAULING COAL nnd several thousand prisoners. These Auslriou captives showed tho bad condition into which tho army As Result of Decree of Director Gen- Iip.s fallen. They wero ragged nnd Demurrage In Increase eral said (lint they had not had warm Charges Necessary to Clear Termifood for spine time. nals Promptly, McAdoo Explains Appeal Is Made to Shippers, The pence conference between Wtrn Newfpaoer Union News Serrle - Germany and Itussia was broken up Washington. Moro than 400 pas- because of disagreement on terms. aanger tiulns have been taken out of The Germans insisted nn service in the Northeastern quarter of tlL.ir forccs on Hussian soil already . .. the country, according to estimates. '"-- ""' made at the olllco of tho Director Qon - , mi; coiiiuioiico cuargmg ircncn-cr- y oral of Railroads from Incomplete fig' and asked that a meeting bo cnl-h- 'd urus received. The Pennsylvania sysnt Stockholm. This tho Gertem has dropped moro than 125 passenger trains, the Now Haven 85, tho mans refused to do; Tho latest Daltlmoro and Ohio CO, the Nuw York indicate that prcssuro of pubCentral 00 and other roads varying lic sentiment in Germany will comnumbers from 5 to 25, according to pel tho rulers to renew tho peaco the character of their service. Somo move. of the others which curtailed greatly aro tho Philadelphia and Reading, tho Erie, the Delaware and Hudson, tho The penco move between Germany Delaware, Lackawanna and Western, tho New Jersey Central, tho New nnd Ilussia has at least accomplished It has revealed tho York, Ontario anuT Western, tho llos-to- good things. and Maine and the Boston and honest intentions of tho ruling party Albany. Locomotives relieved by the In Russia, not to betray their councutting off of- theso trains will be try inlo German hands; it has causturned to tho hauling of coal and gen- ed the military party in Germany erally relieving tho freight conges- to show ils purposes; and, It has tion. Mr. McAdoo made public the de- strengthened tho liberal clement in murrage regulations and Germany lo bo more assertive than rules, The ever before during the war, as thoy charges which ho announced. rules are effective January 21 and fol- have had their eyes opened lo tho lows: fact that the war is ono of conquest. hours (two days) "Al. Forty-eigh- t free time for loading or unloadfng on Tho blockade against Germany is all commodities. "2. Twenty-fou- r hours one day) moro complete than it has ever been free time on cars held for any other up to this time. Such a condition purpose permitted by tariff 11 1) U 11 iiiuo tiuuilb kJJ tliU till" U. Demurrage charges per car per bargo of tho United States against day or fraction of day a car Is ro- tl;o 8lipnient of fo0(1 j,roducts to tho neutral nations surrounding Ger- .1 second day w,n guarantee succeeding additional day charges to many ,ln,css lhcy $1 tn excess of that for tliat any shall not go to Germany. UU lUklCUOtU aro using their own pro the preceding day- - until n maslmumThey-no- w charge of $10 per car per day shall be .ducts themselves instead of sending reached on the eighth day of deton- - them to Germany and buying from tfon beyond free time, tho charge (10 Unitp(1 g(atc3 fop thcir own U8e thereafter to be $10 per car per day or fraction thereof. Theso charges will ro o supersede all thoso named in existing The speech of a convention of Union labor tariffs applicable to domestic freight and specifically contemplato tho, can men was very fine. Ho made tho cellation of all average agreement most definite and clear cut stateprovisions of existing tariffs. ment of Kngland's aims in tho war thus far made, and his views aro Threatened Jnvaslon of Ranches. meeting hearty approval from tho Fabens, Texas. Carranza soldiers Knglish press, showing that ho has from Guadalupo- and Juarez garrisohs engaged 150 Mexican bandits Just op voiced tho sentiment of tho peoplo posite Fabens and a desperate tight of all classes. Tho terms on which In progress. Tho bandits F.ngland will mako peace aro essenIs now threatened to Invade the United States tially tho same as thoso set forth by and raid several ranches when Car President Wilson somo time ago, and ranza men routed them, and It Is said repeated before Congress in an adthe raiders are surrounded. The ( I'nlted States patrol has been dress during tho week. strengthened In this section. tho EngAmbassador Spring-nic- e, Two Frozen In Home. lish representative to tho United Now York. Their fuol exhausted States, tins resigned his position and . . (. 4 n ,1 Tin Jt ;irsri-toXiB- n ickTt. acflltlli ",a !"'- l" ter, Miss Riley, 59 years old, wors '"' frozen to death, it was rovealod. when names have been mentioned and their bodies were discovered by neigh - .among them is Lord Grey, tho for bore In their apartment. eign minister at tho opening of tho imp Tint nnsiflnn l.s nn imnortanl Protest Is Filed" By Americans. n.is .(mo nn,i. tho best man . . . Rome. "Baseballs and bats are use- 1. aon, ". less toys." Is tho dictum pronounced!1""1 . ' by- - tho Italian customs authorities In The Popo at Romo lias como out placing a ban on the Importation of tnoso articles lor Americana in uaiy. uuring tlio weeK in Strong uisapprov- Recently tho Americans purchased all al of tho ruthless dropping of bomb3 th6 balls available hero and then or- rom airships on unoffending villages dered moro from tho United States. places whero'thoro aro build1horo also is a shortage of bats. The uul in Tho been peti- ings of historic importance. American Ambassador has tioned to procure an exemption of head of tho church is a proper aubasoball equipment. It Is contended thor! ly to mako such protests and tho gamo Is necessary to maini.uii the can uso his influence to good effect health of the Americans. in that wny. TRAINS TAKEN OFF ,, ' re-po- rts n . KJ 1 ?, r; rrh i J Lloyd-Georg- be-fn- - ' rccl '" " y ' ' vo j"r ".'..n"3 ery or persuasion the Interests of this' or that dynasty or nation. Therefore, government with tho consent of the governed must be tho basis of any ter ritorial settlement." "We nre not fighting a war of ag gression against tlid German people," declared the premier. "Thu destruc tion or disruption of Germany or the German people has never been a witr aim with us since tho first day of the war to now, The Ilrltlsh people never aimed nt breaking up the German peoples or the disintegration of their stute. Our wish Is not to destroy Germany's great position In the world but to turn her aside from schemes of military domination to devote her strength (o beneficent tasks." . to tho pronouuccimhit made on December !23 by Count Czer nln, the foreign minpeace conister, at the ference, the premier said: "It Is Impossible to believe that any permanent peace could be erected on such u ffuiudutlon. Mere Up service lo the forini of no annexation, no Austro-IlungiirhiUrcbt-Lltovsk It is reported that tho Japanese aro coming to bo favorably inclined toward a recognition of tho Dolslic- viki party in Russia. Tho grounds of their position havo not been giyen nor is tho report yet sufficiently verified to wnrrant belief. Wo keep tho Dorea Collego Honor lloll up lo dato so far as wo aro Wo shall ablo to get corrections. rely upon tho friends of tho boys Won't who havo this knowledge you do youu part and help tho boys keep in touch with friends and fellow soldiers? Wo often think of ourselves boing In their surround ings nnd feel that wo would appro- How oiato this Ilttlo courlosy. about you? Tho Post Ofllco Department has coaftwlso parcel-po- st established wotcr routes to faclllalo service for Uho cantonments, which will operato railroad con lo rellovo war-tim- o gestion. Referring No Peace by Czernln Plan. ' , nt: J lc p.. n.) (Cootluuid on Ftgs flu) Page Two. TUB CITIZEN January 10, 1018. College Column Vocational Column HOME GARDENS Foundation Column MY FRENCH MITRAILLEUSE ON aW MARNE . FRONT According (o llio records In tho Tho Collcgo is glnd lo wclcomo Mis? Alma D. Ackloy ns Profossor Registrar's Oillco, 1308 students en Iliimphroy's successor In llio Biol- rolled In Bcrea Collego last woo Miss Ackloy was This Isan Incrcaso of 28 students ogy dcpnrlnicnt. graduated from tho Michigan Slalo over last year nl this time. Wo nro glad lo say that tho Voca Normal in 101 (, in Uio samo class Willi Mr. Humphrey, nnd sinco Ihol tlonal Department claims 102 of this lime tins heen leaching Biology in number. 113 young men nnd 70 tho high school nl Saline, Mich. Slio young women; however, thoro is has been using tho samo textbooks slill room for others, both mon and that Mr. Humphrey used, nnd has women. The announcement was mado In lioon covering practically tho sanio ground in her courses. Tho Collcgo Y. M. C. A. last Sunday ovonlng that U indeed fortunato in securing an the membership of tho Vocallontil instrtfclor who can tnko up tho young men was ono hundred per work with so littlo adjustment, and out. This means that nil tho men who is so thoroughly competent, f tho Department nro members of both by training and experience, lo Boron Collcgo Y. M. C. A. No other maintain tho high standards which department can say this I havo already been scl In tho Department. VOCATIONAL According to latest reports, Mr. Is The Vocational Department Humphrey is still nl Fort Thomas, hut is expecting lo bo transferred steadily growing, nnd from nil pros nt almost any time. Mr. Hackett has nt appearances Ibis promises to bo been sent lo Camp Hancock, Ga., and Hie greatest and most important llcubcn liaison nnd Leo Linton nro year in the history of its career. There aro almost two hundred stu reported to havo been nssigncd lo Hint camp also. Fred Evans and dents in this Department now nnd great things aro expected of, nnd Karl Lockin nro at Camp Taylor. Several of the young men of tho promised by them, this year. There is less homesickness nnd Collego Department did not return after tho holidays. Leonard dissatisfaction manifested than was Crowgoy, Justus Jackson, Hubert I'ver known. This fact is duo to tho Jones, Thomas Peeler, and John Rus- kindness nnd help of tho teachers sell nro still among tho missing. Mr. and old students. The literary societies of this De Jonos has enlisted in tho Navy; Mr. Jackson Is contemplating entering parlment aro doing splendid work, tho samo branch of service; and, Mr. and extend a very hearty Invitation Husscll is working in Pennsylvania. lo all the new boys and girls lo Society Tho following now students havo como and join. Tho Veslalia girls enrolled: Clarcnco Miller, Herbert entertained all the Vocational Saturday night. Almost all the girls Moore, Oron Metzgor, V. 0. Porter, present and all seemed to on- Mr. Walker; Miss Mollio Smith, Miss wcro joy themselves very much. Althoa Swinford. Mr. Miller and Mr. Walker havo been in Collego previously. Mr. Miller is a graduate of Looking Ahead. llio B.Pcd. Course with tho Class of Junior, with his playmate, had been 1016, and Mr. Walker was hero for given some enndy by on old gentle-matho first timo during tho Second nnd on being asked how the; year. Semester of last liked It replied: "Just ilne! Will yon Practically nil of Uio members of get us some more when this Is donel We're big eaters." the Collcgo Faculty spent tho holidays in Bcrca. Miss True was tho only oxecption, sho having visited in Washington, D. C with her brother. david r. francis Miss True and the Collcgo girls of tho Home Science Department who aro occupying the, Rogers, House, expect to begin' serving meals in their homo on Wednesday. The Farmhouse has rccontly been equipped with ovorything necessary lo tho work of tho Department, and, now furnishes a valuable adjunct' lo Bcrca in its work of homo build-- J ing. .,,, & i t A, . I . FIRST TRIP ACROSS THE OCEAN wlili With Planning Much Food May Bo Produced MAKING In Small Space. By Miss Eva Root Wo wcro on llio ocean on n grcnl steamship which for eight days was Wlinl n grnvo thought our world 1 i PLOTS. felt llio greatness nnd power of it nil ns from tho distance roll.ng Juit What Vegetables to Grow Depends nearer nnd nearer, caino llio wnvci, Upon tha Individual Tastes of tha lnsliing nnd sprnying, coining und Family Can Ba Kapt 8uppllcTWIth going liko n great chain of moun8aatonabla Froth Oardan Truck. tains. Tim gray sky was overcast with a Prepared by United States department of agriculture. gloomy cloud., hosl of novcr-endin- g A littlo forethought will cnnblo n Hying, moving with llio waves'. comparatively email tract of latul to Nothing clso could bo seen but our supply tho nvcrnge family with frch ship. Nothing could bo heard but vegetables throughout tho growing sea. Dm rumbling, groaning of tho sea, son, say specialists In tho United which sounded as if all llio voices of States department of agriculture, Urn deep had been gathered and Most owners of small gardens nro conlooso in ono mournful note. tent to ratso a sluglo crop on each turned plot of land at tlielr disposal. It Is So dcply could ono feel thoso qulto possible, howorcr, to grow two things thai it seemed to bring a or thrco crops In ono season, and If consciousness of both fear nnd S1SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS1111111SSS11S1SSSSBSS1S1SSSSSSSSBBS111111S1SSSBSSMBM tbeso aro properly selected the homo ponce. grown produce will bo both better nnd French mltrallKusc In one of tho lniMrtunt positions along tha French Sometimes, I felt alone, oven in cheaper than any that can bo pur- tho presenco of llio others win wcro Ilne In tho Manic district. chased on tho market. Just what vegetables aro to bo grown talking nnd playing upon tho deck. depends, of course, upon tho Individual I was nl times conscious only of llio in. 1 could not understand il but is I listened to its voice, I loved, Nature moro nnd I know I had found t new friend, llio oceaji. I wonder ed how I could lenvo it. It seemed to understand. By JAMES CARDINAL CIBBONS Hut llio eighth day came. Early ui the morning wo saw tho Statue1 r Liberty, pointing to tho gateway In tho present emergency it behooves every f America, "Tho Golden Land," as ienn citizen to do his duty nnd to uphold tho handsoV llio immigrant calls it. (ho president nnd the legislative department in tho And then tho friendship of Hie solemn obligations that confront us. ocean, though not forgotten, gave way lo tho new friend, America I The primary duty of n citizen is loyalty to country. This loyalty is manifested moro by acts than by F words; by solemn pcrvieu rulhcr than by empty decA ONE MINUTE TALK TO YOU Last summer, whilo engaged in lamation. It is exhibited by an absolute and unrefCA3 work in North Carolina, a Bcrca served obedience to his country's call. 1. teacher accompanied by his host, Both houses of congress, with tho wvutivo, are t'ok n walk over n large mountain ytATT charged and sworn to frame thoso laws that aro farm. demanded by the present crisis. Whatever, therefore, congress may decide Kur down in llio valley, rising from the brink of llio Linvillo should be unequivocally complied with by over' patriotic citizen. The awav,srrjrj river, stretched n low rango of members of both hoiiFes of congress nro tho instruments of God in guid 0 0 : foothills. Covering its slopes for an ing us in our civic duties. It behooves nil of us, therefore, to pray that 1 .ri-of almost two hundred acres. ,he Lor(1 of irosU ,nny inspiro our imtiounl legislature nnd executive to frame such laws in the present crisis ns will redound to the dorr of our inseen growing except a denso' country, to righteousness of conduct, nnd to the future permanent pence unglo of fern. We thought it was a lionnliful of the nations of tho world. sight. Holds. When tho transplanting methTorn?" "Yes," said tho Doctor, od is used the Med Is howu In greenvery pretty when it's confined' ON GROWING ONIONS. it's houses, hot Uils. told frame or sp- Urn Ilowerbed in your front yard' .. I 1 .I. ... .1... .Inlt. . . swinging from an arch of your On Small Ar... t . Pr.f.r.bl. to of lg for. (mp.,w,f fUr lm Plant Sats, iirrh columns, but it's a pesky nui Prepared by United States department of each acre to !o phiutcd. Tlie seed1. 1 Bu- -g lings are traiiKiilauted when they are when il covers your farm," .uicc agriculture. Vlinl was ono of tho best thirty- Onions, like iotatoes, aro a ataplo eoniewhat sunnier than n lead pencil Turkish and Greek Women. icrond scrmonellfs wo had ever crop that ls grown commercially on a and rather utix by The root end of soil Turkish women .never serve In Chris'card. Its truth outmensured its very extensive scale. As n general tho seedling U piMln-- theInto the then ono linger, and soil Is tian houses, unless as occnslonnl ngtli. An Amorican Hoauly rose, a rule, lt Is well to havo the crop follow with about firmed the plant. or washerwomen. Greek nnd wo apprcclato' somo other ono that has been kept uu- delightful concert The Feed In howii thickly In drills Armenian women, on the other hnnd, them, do we nol? But would wo bo dcr tho boo and-frefrom" weeds tho about twelve to fourteen Inches apart. are the mainstay of the Constantinople 8UAl. GAMIE.V. After tho plants becomq established h appreciative of llicm if tho moun- - previous season. housekeeper; even Turks often employ In this plan all the vegetables named tnins wore covered with rosos or. In tho north need Is sown us early In they nro thinned to two or three Inches them. The Greeks nro the smartest nr. ntnnt.l In rntri ama tmm f r. In.M. if air wcro filled with pcrpituall tho sprlug as tho soil can lo brought apart. Tho maturity of tho bulbs may and the most elilclent, though they are lateral rows or strawberries. Aa rapidly perhaps too to be perfectto tho proper condition. In tho south bo hastened by preventing the conDavid R. Francis, is American am-- as each kind of peas matures and tha crop music? tinued growth of tho tops. This Is ly reliable. The. Armenians are neither bassador to Russia, la filling a difficult ls over-- kaI, i,lalnt.ed ln lt3 PacLife is chnoauorcd witli sunshino onlou sets nro frequently put out In sometimes accomplished by rolling an Jhe so quick nor so nresentnble. position with great tact. said, tho autumn nnd carried through tho empty barret over the rows and brcab-In- g planted with onion sets, and these onlona and shadow," somcono has are used as rapidly ns needed. When tha Nn'l it best as it is? Tho simple wluter with tho protection of u littlo down tho topn. After thoso aro tlmo comes to eet out the tomatoes some toys and littlo pleasures wliicn Uar or straw. There arc three mcth- - practically dead tho onion bulbs may of the onions are dug to make space for ot propagating onlons-t- ho Oral, by he pulled up by hand from the soli the tomato plants. V.'hen the tomato crop brighlcn our days mako us far hap-- 1 la over tho ground ls occupied by spinach every desire ' sowing tuo seen m rows whero tho and spread In a dry, well ventilated as the third crop. Spinach Is also planted W than wo could bo if Thereafter they may 10 crow; aeconu. ny sowing tho place to cure. aa aoon as the bulb onlona from the side wero fulillled. Longfellow says on! ""P are gathered. The beans, carrott and Un,s to)iCi ..ay8 of happiness like seed In speclully prepared beds and be stored In crates or bags for winter peaa are succeeded by late cabbage, and transplanting tho seedlings to the open use. In the north the crop ripens and Is harvested during tho latter part of between the rows of late cabbage "potato-onion- " nys of light, aro colorless when un- - ground, and, third, by planting sets seta are planted. Late beans are hroken.'V trtltMl linrn liroti L'nul li..imtt ntn the summer and early autumn. In aftplanted between the rows of parsnips .. the southern statei. whero the crop Is The world is a happy place when ... T,10 flri.t lulud , er the radlshea and lettuce hae bean grown during the winter, the harvestgathered. we chooso to mako it so. commercial Growers on account of tho ing nnd amount of labor Involved In tho others. during mnrketing period takes place tastes of the family. lu general lt the vprlng mouths. On small ureas, however, lt may bo may be said, however, that the nlra nf May Utilize Locusts. preferable to plant sets. Under normal tho home gardener fchould be to raise IJecause locunts nro rich In nitroconditions these may usually bo oh vegetables tn which freshness is an gen nnd phosphoric ncld the governNew Auto Horn. Important quality. I'eas and string ment of Uruguay bus nppolnted n com- tallied at planting tlmo for about A horn to bo carried on the rear of a bushel, eight or nine bushels being an automobile, which sounds automator lima beans, for example, loso much mission to ascertain If tho Insects canOnions ically when tho car Is hacked, lias been If they ore not cooked almost Imme- not be utilized tn fertilizers, soap nnd required to plant an ncre. planted from sets will ripen earlier been Invented by n woman.. diately after they uro picked. lubricants. Bix-UiUU iuuau IIUIU BUtYIl III 1110 If tho smallgarden plot, however, ls to be mado to bring tho maximum returns In economy and pleasure to tho owner every available foot of It must 0 90 ( This bo made to work continuously. can bo accomplished only by careful planning, and lt Is recommended, then' fore, that nmatcur gardeners draw up hi ndvanco n completo layout for 74 their garden. A typical plan of this 5539 57 character ls shown ln the diagram V). fco 54 43 above. On tho plan the gardener should ludlcate tho dato when each of . 27 53 ,Q. 44 . his projected crops ls to bo planted. 52 No moro spaco should bo allotted to each than Is needed to furnish a sum At: dent quantity of the vegetable for tho family consumption or for local sale. 37. .31 4fo. ' '5I ?6 In many cases also spaco should be v03fe. . 32 left betwecu tho rows for tha 6( eo't96b 48 of later crops and for easy 33 '34 . . L1 ' II jr. cultivation. Plants which mako a high growth and causo heavy shado should not bo located whero they will Inter-ferwith suu loving small plants. Perennials, too, such ns rhubarb and asparagus, which are not cultivated, should not bo grown among plants DOTS SOMEWHERE IN FRANCE. THE which call for tillage. By Clifford Leon Sherman. If a gurdcu Is planned In this way nil that wo have to tako up tn this camp. Dear Folks: Map work Isn't seems to be to leuru. You may remember and Uio schema carried out tho plan ,And the more we study the moro there uso tho following morning should be kept strong on mathematics when I was In I was never verywhen the examining officer asked me school.far Thiswas to a year, with notes for the succtsj or full of how lt was stamped I uro of the different Items In it. For 'fllstsnt windmill. I had to tell him I had forgotten how to triangulate pi o, If too much or too little of "Trtangulnte my eye," said he, "Tou can count, can't you, nnd ex am vegctablo was grown this fact "Why thirty-thro- e Inchest" I In- any thirty-thre- e Inches?" multiply steps by should bo recorded. It Is not desirasaid he. quired. "That Is the length of the stride of your ble, however, to follow too closely tho samo plau In succeeding years. The 1 Oroup of KnglUli children who wero )mido homeless by ono of tho aennun ulr raids over I)iulon. 1! To complete the picture, draw a line from dot 1 to dot 2, then from dot 8 samo kind of vegetables should not bo dot 8, and so on. to grown twice, If this rau be avoided, In launching of the ilrst concrete freighter built In Cunudu. 3 Augustus 0. Tost, tho famous Amerlcnn aeronaut who Byndlcata, Inc.) (CopyrUftt, HIT, by Tfcs gall W, m. bus Just arrived from abroad, whero ho organized u foreign service committee for the Aero club of America. the samo part of tho garden. I VEGETABLE il brought lo mo I How I Loyalty Is First Duty of Every Citizen of United States Today 1 ' ist fZJZ )z::: a - mrl W") chnr-womc- n e V. quick-witte- d - ,, V) I B.- 83... fy Inter-plantin- o e. A Great Demand For Teachers; Normal Training Prepares Them. January 10, 1018. THE CITIZEN drive M Verdun, but were repulsed with enormous losses. Hlbot formed new French cabinet. March 20. French battleship mink by Oermnn submarine In Mediterranean. March 21. British (note forty mors towm In France. American steamer HeaMton sunk without warning by German submarine; 21 of crew killed. March 24. Russians took Kerlnd, rerun. March 26. French occupied Folembray and t.n Feulllee, eolith of Coney forest. British captured Lngnlcourt. March 18. New Russian government fh- tailed. - March JO. Rrltlsh raptured villages of Ittiyalcourt, and Fins, and gained ground near Ileudlcourt. d Pago Three. Aug. Oabrlele. Aug. 30.-- EVENTSQFWORLD mwm United 1917 Stales Joins Ranks of the foes of Germany. SENDS BIG ARMY TO FRANCE April. hunla Ousts Czar, Dceomei Republic and Tails Into Handi of Teuton-Le- d Radicals Allies Smash Line, Hlndenburo and Austro-Cermans In- vade Italy. Compiled by E. W. PICKARD. January. Jan. 1. -- Oermans defeated Russians In Wallachla. Ilrltlili transport Ivernla sunk In Modi terratienti. IGo lost. Jan. Roumanla, captured bj Teutons. Jan. 9. Premier Trepoff of Russia resigned nnd was succeiled by 1'rlnco e Ilrltlsh warship Cornwallls sunk by torpedo. Jan. II Japanese battleship TsukutKi Cestroyed by explosion; 113 killed. Jan. IT -- German raider In Houth Atlantic said to hnve sunk r mora ships. Entente allies sent another note to II. H. explaining why peace Is not possible yet. Jan. It Germans evacuated Ilralla, Itnumnnln. Jan 19. - Munitions factory near London blown up. many Uvea Inst. Jan. 22. -- President Wilson, addressing senate, gavri world outline of term on which lie believed lasting peace could be "icludeil Vrmans defeated In two attacks at "dtitt. fought two engageJan. ments In North sen. the (lermana losing severnl vessels and the lingllah one. Jan. 21 -- Germans mado gains In fierce attacks west of Riga. Jan X. German took mile of French trenches on I fill 3M, Verdun region. sunk Ilrltlsh auxiliary rulser by mine. 2M II'. es lost. French transport Admiral Mason torpedoed: 141 but. Jan. 27 Allies attacked Teutons on all fronts, gaining much ground. Jan. 29. -- Greek government saluted flags of rntente power. n Urltlili cruiser Amethyst fought commerra raider and submarine north of Prrnainburo. Jan. 31 Germany announced submarine blockade of all enemy countries, outlined forbidden aones and. revoked pledges on submarine warfare. Gollt-SinOrr-ma- ; February. Nine vessels sunk by Germans In "blockade tope." eight lives lost. Feb. 2. Nine more neutral vessels sunk by German submarines, with loss of life. Feb. 1 -- I'nlted States broke on: diplomatic relations with Germany: President Wilson dismissed Ambassador von and recalled Ambassador Gerard. Ilrltlsh rnp'ured 00 yards of German trenches north of the Ancre. Feb. i -- Germany agreed to relenee Americans taken by commerce raider. German gunboat Interned at Honolulu burnod by crew; many German vessels In American ports damaged. Feb. 5. German submarine shelled and sank Ilrltlsh provisional naval collier Favestone and killed four men. Including ntchard Wallace. American. Freslilent Wilson Issued proclamation forbidding Amerl.-a- n shipowners to transfer thetr ships to foreign registry. Ilrltlsh reported big gains on west front and near ttelgtan relief steamer Lars Kniso sunk by German submarine: all but one of crew lost Feb. (.Thirteen vessels sunk by German submarines, with heavy loss of life. Feb 7. -- Anchor liner California and other vessels atink by German submarine; 41 lost on California. Senate Indorsed President Wilson s action toward Germany Feb. s -I- lrltlsh steamer Turlno and nine other vessels sunk by Germans. Ilrltlsh torpedo destroyer sunk by mine; many Uvea lost. Feb. 10. Ambassador Gerard left Germany, through Hwlss minister. Informally proposed parley with U. 8. Feb. 12. President Wilson refused parley ought by Germany. American schooner Lyman M. Law destroyed by Austrian submarine. Feb, II. -- Germany announced period of grace for all veaaela In "barred sones" had expired, White 8tar liner Afrlc sunk by submarine. Feb. IS. Germans opened new offensive In Champagne. closFeb. ls.Great ltritatn announced shipcoast to ing of Germany's North by mine field, ping Feb. 17 - Hrillsh smashed German lines on both sides of Ancre river U. 8. sent peremptory demand to Germany for release of Tarrowdnle prisoners. German submarine. sank Italian transport; V Uvea lost. Feb. 22. Oermany freed the Yarrowdale prisoners, Feb. 24, Holland aroused by sinking of 7 Dutclmteamers by German submarines. Germans In Homme region retreated on wide front, abandoning five towns. submarine aunk Cunar. Feb. iter Jronla off Irish const; 12 lost. Including Mrs. A. H. Hoy and daughter of and one American member of crew. Ilrltlsh and German deatroysrs fought In Bngllah Channel. Feb. 2. President Wllaon aaked congress tn grant him powers to protect American shipping from Turks. British took German destroyers bombarded Broart-statand Margate, killing woman and Feb. XT. President - Wilson aeoiarwj im- nla rase waa n.an oven act." rovernment revealed ?h -- iilnt tn loin with Mexico and -mi.n Japan in maamg war on unueu nuim, Ilrltlsh occupied Gommecourt and other villages In Ancre region. Trench destroyer Caaalnl torpedoed! 101 Feb. 1. llern-storrf Oer-snan- y. rs Chi-cag- o. 1. Ilrltlsh raptured Savy, Epehy nnd Pelzlere. French reached outskirts of Vnuxnlilon and Armed American ship Azteo sunk by Oerman submarine olt French coast: 11 of crew saved. April Wilson, addressing special session of coheres, asked formal c.uiuiiun umi state oi war was in existence between tlm United Unites and and culled for with entente allies to defeat German autocracy. April 2. United States and entente officials arranged conference for lull cooperation in war against Ucrmany. Benu-to- r IM hollette blocked senate action on war resolution for ono day, April 4. Men.ltn Itnlnol ,1..t... Ing state of war between U, H. and Germany, by it vote of 62 to 6, Hermans forced crossing of Btokhod river In Volhynla. April 6. House passed war resolution by vote of 2i3 to tv. signed It and Issued aPresident Wilson proclamation to world nnd ordered navy mobilised at once. All German vessels In American ports were seized und many supposed German plotters were nrreatrd. April cruiser Interned at Guam, blown up byCormoran. crew, tuba and Panama declared state of war with Germany. U. H. government took over every wireless plant In the country. April broke off dlplomatlo relations with U. 8. April advanced two to three mllca on twelve mile front near Arras, smashing German line and taking Vlmy ridge and many towns. Amertian steamer Seward sunk In Mediterranean by German submarine. General munitions board for American army nnd navy treutod. April 10. Uracil Severed relations with Germany, Argentina declared It supporiod the position of the United States: Chill decided to remain, neutral. Ilrltlsh made further big gains east of Arras. April II -- Costa Illra declared It sup- Gorted the position of the United Btates. proclaimed Its neutrality. U. 8. renatn passed army bill appropriating fMI.lM.4J4. April 12. Ilrltlsh naval men met In first allied council with U. 8. officials In Washington. War department called for volunteers for duration of war. Bulgaria severed relations with U. 8. Aprll 13. Bolivia severed relations with Oermany. Ilrltlsh and French made further big advances on v. est front. Arrll 14. House pai-e- J f7,000..iVY) war revenue authoriiatlon bill without distent-- i lng vote. April 15. TJrtlsh patrols entered suburbs of Lens. Germans routed at Lagnlcourt with ter- -' rlblo losses. President Wilson Issued add reus to nation calling for full, united service. Ilrltlsh transport Arcudlan torpedoed; 279 Inst. Ilrltlsh transport Cameronla sunk; 110 lost. April 11 President Wilson Issued proclamation warning ngatnts the commission of treasonable sals. Congress appropriated $100,000,000 for emergency war fund French opened great offensive on front between Rolssons and Helms, tsklng 10.WX) prisoners. French liner Bontay torpedoed; 45 lives lost. .( April 17. Senate unanimously passed rO) bond Issuo bill. Germans snnk two Ilrltlsh hospital ships loaded with wounded Ilrltlsh and Germans. April II. French hit Germans hard between Helms and Auberlve and repelled great counter-nttackApril 19. American liner Mongolia sank German submarine In Irish act. French took strong positions near Craonne. Nicaragua Indorsed course of United State. 10. April Itusslan council of workmen's and soldiers' delegates declared against separate peaco. Two Oerman destroyers sunk oft Dover, ' April 21 Ilrltlsh war commission arrived tn United Btates. Turkey severed relations with United Slates. German destroyers shelled Calais, kill-- i Ing civilians. April 22. Ilrltlsh resumed grand often-slv- e on west front. April 23 nrttlsh airmen destroyed 40 Oerman airplanes. April 24 French war commission ar- rived In United States. Ilrltlsh made further advances tn Arras rector In face of desperate opposition by Germans. April 25. Oerman destroyers bombarded Dunkirk but were driven off. destroyers shelled April Ramsgate. American tanker Vacuum sunk by naval lieutenant and 9 gunners lost. 27 -I- lrltlsh occupied Ariesux ana April half of Oppy. passed army bills April with selective oonacrlptlon features. Guatemala severed relations with Oer- mAprll 29. General retain made chief of French staff. Arrll 30. Senate authorised president to use Interned Oerman and Austrian boats at once. Series of air attacks made on Zeebrugge. American armed steamer Rockingham unk by submarine; It missing. Greek steamship Parthenon aunk by Osrman submarine' loss 14,000,000. April s, Uor-man- y, Russian cabinet reconstructed, Mttukoft retiring. Mny 17, Senate passed army drnft bill, Ilrltlsh completed capture of Rullecourt. Italians captured Dulno. 12 miles north of Trieste. May 18. President Wilson ordered one division, commanded by General Pershing, sent to France at once. He also signed for the army draft bill and set June registration day. Honduras severed relations with Oermany. Mny Wilson selected If, C. Hoover as head of a food control board. Nicaragua severed relations with Germany. Senate passed the 13,312,000,000 war budget, May 20. Rrlttsh renewed attacks near llullfxourt, winning a mile front. Austrlans began counter offensive In the Trentlno. May 21. -- Two Chicago nurses on way to l'ranrn killed at sen by fragments of shell during gun practice. May department protested to Germany against the detention of American citizens. Mny 23 Hoiiso passed war tax bill carrying ii,e:o,(mi,w). Horretary Lansing refused passports for American delegates to Btockholm socialist pesco contcicnce, American ship currying supplies to Switzerland sunk by torpedo. Premier Tlst.i and entire Hungarian cabinet resigned. Premier Tuan Chi Jul of China dismissed. May 21. Italians broke through Austrian front from tjastngnavltza to. Gulf of Trieste, tuklng .)0 prisoners. German airships raided eastern counties of Knglnnd. Stay 25 -- First American field servlco corps went tn front In France. Gt'rniniis mode nlr raid on southeastern Kngland. killing 76 and Injuring 1741. May ugaln broke through Austrian lines. Chlng-Hmade premier of China, May 3. Plots to defeat the inscription law thwarted by arrests In several states.Italians rnpturod Han Giovanni and Aunto leave trlatis ordered Trieste. Food survey bill passed by house of representatives. May 29. Wnr department Issued call for l(s.0u0 volunteers for regular army. London reported sinking of hospital ship and armed cruiser by submarines. lltaill chamber of deputies authorized revocation of neutrality decree. May 31. -- President Wllaon sent note to Russia telling America's war alms. llrazll senate authorized alliance with other states "to defend the American republics." & l.ile sl July Wilson called on Amerlenn business Interests to aid nation by foregoing unusual profits In selling to the nstlon nnd the public Russians captured Knlusz, headquarters of Teuton nrmy In Gnllcla. -g June. ' I i i I ill. March. March 1. House passed bill empowering resident to arm American merchant ves- March 2. Oermany announced all vessels would be sunk hereafter without warning. March 3. Tlussln reported capture of Hamadan, Persia, from Turha. March 4. -- Austrian attack esst of Oortti repulsed with great losses. March (.Austria Informed tl. 8, It Indorsed German submarine warfare pro. 'oerman-Hlndoplot to Invade India through China revealed by arrests In New March 9. President Wilson ordered the arming of U. 8. merchant vessels. March 11. Bagdad captured by British. March 12. Involution begun In retro- Germans abandoned main defensive system east of Bapaume. An.erlcan steamer Algonquin torpedoed without warning Varch 13 -- China sevored dlplomatlo relations with Oermany. Ilusstan Imperial cabinet deposed by uma. March H. Oermnns In great retreat along Bornma front. Nicholas abdicated Ilus-Ia- n March throne for himself and tils son. captured Hamadan, Aalatlo Ituaslans Turk 6 y. took llapaume and March Ifrench took Iloye. Zeppelins raided London; one shot down ear Complegne, France. resigned. Iliiand cabinet In France March U. American freighters Vlgjlan-sjCity of Memphis and Illinois, sunk by German submarine; 21 perished. llrltlkh and French udvanred 10 miles on Chaulnes front and and Nuye. made new fierce March o 15.-- Csar a, Juno 1. Russian soldiers assumed control of fortress of Kronatadt. Three Chinese provinces declared their polIndependent e because of icy of the government at Peking. June 2. Bet.ate passed first of administration's food Mils. Fourteen Oermnn and Hindoo plotters Indlsted by federnl grand Jury at Chicago. V. H. railroad commission to Russia arrived nt Vladivostok. June 3. American rommlsslon to Russia, heeded by Root, reached Russian port, French repulsed five great attacks south of June 4. Ilrusslloff made commander In chief of Russian armies. June C More than ten million young Americans registered for the Rational 0rRrftlsh sqiindron bombarded Ostend and sank Oerman destroyer. German aviators raided naval base In the Medway near London, but were driven off, losing eight machines. Ilrltlsh made big advance on north bank of the Scarpe. American liner sank Oerman submarlno after long ngbt. June 7. Hrltlsh besan great offensive In Relglum, blowing up Meslnes ridge and front, advancing 5 miles on straightening out big salient. Naval collier Jupiter laden with supplies for Pershing's army nnd escorted by American warships arrived at France. Kronatadt rebels submitted to Russian provisional government. Pershing and staff arJune ' rived In England. Germany broke on relations with HaltL10 -- General Pershing's staff arJune rived In France. Ashling renewed In the Trentlno, Heavv Italians making galm. June 12. -- King Constantino of Greece, forced by the allies abdicated In favor of Prince Alexander, his second son. Rrltlsh advanced on twe mile front beyond Messlnes, tnVIng Gaspard. American steamship Petrollte reported sunk bv submnr'ne. June 13 Germans msde air raid on London, killing 97 nnd wounding 437. Army nnd nivv deflitency appropriation bill carrying I3.000.flu0.000 passed by congress. Prlnco Alexander took osth as king of Greece. June 14 Ilrltlsh made big advance east and south of Messlnes. June 15. Liberty loan heavily when books closed. Count Ksterhazy formed coalition cabinet fir Huncary President Wilson signed $3,000,000,000 war budget nnd espionage bills. June It. Russian council of workmen nnd soldiers declnred .Itself against separate peace and expelled Robert Grimm, Swiss socialist, for bearing German offer of pence. American oil steamer John D. Archbold sunk by submarine- 5 lost. June 17. Russian duma ordered Immediate offensive by Russian armies. Two Zeppelins raided coast of Kent, one being destroyed June 20. President Wilson Issued call for 70.000 volunteers for regular nrmy. Jure 22 rrench repulsed violent attacks of Germans on the Chemln des Dames. bill June 23. House passed food control with "bone dry" amendment.appointed an June 25. PreMdent Wilson exports council composed of the secre- , taries of state, asrrlci'lture nnd commer and the food administrator. Greek cabinet headed by Zalmls resigned. French made decided gains near Hurte-b- ! June re.. American coal barons agreed to fixing of prices. President appointed medical and food commission to go to Russia. First contingent of Pershing's army May. landed In France. June 27. Second contingent of Pershing's Mueller. Tlraxlllan Mar 2. Dr. army landed In France. reforeign minister and Congress of workmen s and soldiers signed. adopted resolution of May 1 Chilean minister to Germany delegates any all ltus-l- a move for separate peace. reteetlng demanded his paaiporla. New Greek cabinet headed by Venlselos began new offensive west of Ilrltlsh took oath of office. Queant and took Freanoy. French cruiser Kleber sunk by mine; 2J U. B and Canada agreed to regulate lost. price of wheat. revoked Its decree of June May 4. French captured Craonne, neutrality In war between entente, allies House passed espionage bill with modiand Germany. fied prs.i censorship clause. broke off diplomatic reJune Ilrltlsh transport Transylvania torpelations with Germany, Austria, Ilulgarla doed: 413 lives lost. May 5. French made big adance on four and Turkey June 30. Russians opened offensive on mile front southwest of I.aon. Mny . Ilollvla severed relations with wide front In Oatlcln. French and Germans fighting bitterly on Oermany. Man meeting at Salonlkl proclaimed Dead Man mil. deposition of king of Greece and hla dyJuly. nasty. July 1. Russians captured Konluchy, May 7 Coalition government of proviworkGallcta, and Turkish strongholds In the sional government and soldiers' and men's delerates formed In Russia. Fresnoy Caucasus. It July 3. -- French repulsed great Oerman May Oermans recaptured attack near Cerny. from Ilrltlsh. Transports vtlth Pershing's horses and began offensive on Macedonian Allies ammunition reached France. front. July 4. Oerman aviators raided HarMay 9. Drltlsh regained part of ground wich, killing 11: two airplanes destroyed. lost at Fresnoy. July 5. Violent battle between Russians May 10. Army bill conferees fixed age and Germans near Rrsezany. for conscripts at 21 to So. July t. Sinking of American steamship May 11 Italy reported destruction of II Orleans by submarine announced. In one week. Oerman submarines ChlCHgo board of trade stopped trading July 7. Russlana successfully attacked In Plnsk sector. In May wheat. Oermnns made air raid on London, killMay 12. llrttlp.li again hit the Hlnden-bur- g lino, establishing themselves near ing 37 and loalng a number of planes. g Senate adopted food bill clauses Uullecourt. ure or foods for distillates and diMay took most of Uullecourt recting the commandeering of all whisky part of Iloeux. and May 14. Senate passed espionage bills now In bond July I. President Wilson proclaimed an without prohibition and press censorship embargo on shipments of fuod, fuel, steel clauses. from President ordered army brought to full and munitions, to rut off supplies dairy neutral countries to Oermany except war strength of 293,000. tn exchange products for ORIrers' training camps opened. Italians attacked along tlio whole Isonso for coal. front, gaining ground north of Oorltz. Russians took three villages and 7,000 May 15. Chancelor Hollweg before the prisoners west of Stanlslau. Reichstag refused to discuss Germany's July 9. New Austrian cabinet resigned. peace alma. President Wilson called entire National Trading In wheat futures (topped In six Guard and Its reserve Into the federal middle west exchanges. service by August 6. Italians made big gains on Julian front, American steamer Kansan destroyed by taking Monte Cucco and Monte Vodlce. submarine. May It. Ilrltlsh renulsed terrific attacks Ilrltlsh battleship Vangtistd dratroyed lost. near Gavrelle and n round Uullecourt, Ger- by Interior explosion '"eutcn line luly 10 Ri.islan. brni-mans suffering heavy losses, IliHtsh admiralty announced ui rival of east of I emh!g and look Italics. Nleu-nonuadron of American desuoyer In Ens Oermnns snm'l'ed nrltlsh line oa lisn waters. front In UelfiUnu 17.-azll ere prohl-bitinltlsh rt I ' Austrlans fled from Monte San Oct, 2.1. French broke through Oerman S. wheat committee fixed lines north of the Alsne, Inflicting heavy tosses nnd taking 1,000 prisoners. 1917 crop nt 12.20. basic price for went Injo drat line American Germans made air raid on port of trenches nnd troops first shot at Oermans. fired Riga. Oct. 21. Austrlans nnd Germans began Aug. 31- .-I reneh made successful attack July 12 Russian advance checked west offensive along Isonzo front. northwest of Hutteblse. of llohorodosany Oct 25. French made another big gain July It. -- Chancellor Ilethmann-HollweSeptember. In Alsne sector. resigned nnd Dr G, I', Mlihaells succeed' nttnek drove Italians Sept. I. Ilrltlsh destroyers destroyed ed him. hark to frontier on the Julian line forcfour German armed trawlers off Jutland. House passed I840.on0.fo0 aviation hill. ing Abandonment of Ilalnslzzn plateau; Sept. 3. Russlnns abandoned Riga. July 15. French took Important hill poOermnn airplanes raided Chatham, Eng- 20.000 Italian's raptured. sitions from Germans west nt Reims, Ort. 28 Ilrltlsh nnd French mado big atJuly lit. Russlnns took Lodslany from land, killing 104. Sept. 4. Italians captured Monte San tack east of Ypres. Austrlans, but evarunted Kalusz. Brazil declared state of war with OerJuly 17. French took Oerman trenches Oabrlele. near Malancourt, German submarine shelled Scarborough many existed. Italian cabinet resigned. and airplanes bombed Iindon, Thrco members of Russian cabinet Oct. 27. Italians In general retreat, 100.000 Bept. S. Amerlenn National nrmy began riots In Petrogrod suppressed. captured; Teutons advanced beyond movement to cantonments. Hhnke-uIn Ilrltlsh cabinet. Federnl agents raided I. W, W. quarJuly 19. Great Oerman nttnek between French and Belgians raptured Merckem Craonne and Hurtehlse partly successful. ters throughout country. Minneapolis south Organized labor met In to peninsula Lllrty of Dlxmude. Chancellor Mlchneils declared himself loan Second loyal organization. form for the submarine warfare. Oct. American merchantmen under convoy lage of 28. French In Flanders took vilFinland diet adopted Independence bill. Ltiygheni. In Vllgna region Germans drove bark Attacked by two steamships and s took Cormons. Oct. 29 Russians because soma Russian regiments one submarine sunk. s took Oct. 30. Udlne Bept. 6. House passed wnr credits bill held meetings to decide whether to obey and broke through Carnlo Alps Into Veno-tiauthorizing lll,r3S,94.',4GQ In bonds and cerorders. tificates. July 20. Draft for American National British advanced 1,000 yards toward Bept. 7. Atlantic transport lines Minnenrmy held. Premier I.ynff of Russia resigned and haha torpedoed; 60 dead. Vlttorlo Orlando formed now Italian was succeeded by Kerensky. Oerman nvlntors bombed American hos- cabinet. , Germany called 2.0W1.O0C of her youngest pital camp, killing five. Count Oeorgo von Hcrtllng mado GerSept 8. Secretary Lansing exposed men to the mlois. man Imperial chancellor, Mlchaells having July 21. Senate passed food control and of neutrality by Swedish officials In resigned. Argentina and Btockholm, In transmitting aviation bills. Oct. reported 120,000 Italians Russian troops In disorderly retreat, German cablegrams advising sinking of and moro than 1,000 guns captured. Argentina vvsrels. burning villages. Hoover closed Elgin butter board for peFrench cabinet resigned. July aviators raided Engriod of the war. Sept. 9. Kornlloff, commander In chief land, killing 11 In coast towns, but being American .transport Finland struck by of Russian armies, headed military coun- torpedo; eight men killed. driven away from lndon. ter revc.utlon and was dismissed by Kerfllam in fared state of war with ensky. November. and Bept. Senato Russians burned and evacuated Tarno-po- l. totaling 10.t2.4Jl.C7O.00O. passed war revenue bill Nov. 1. Italians behind the Tngllamcnto. Paul l'alnle.e became French premier. July 23. Government of national safety British announced capture of Beersheba, Sept. 11. Austrlans failed In desperate created In Russia and Kerensky given abPalestine. attacks on Monto Ban Oabrlele. solute powers. Nov. 2. Crown prince withdrew Sept. LuxburiT, Germans lost heavily tn attacks along ister to Argentina, given German min- Chemln des Dames to the Allette from the rtver, his passports; the Chemln des Dames, German uprising reported In southern riots In lluenos Aires. July 2l.Ooethals, lienman and Whlta Brazil. Kerensky mado out of shipping board; Read Admlrul Russian armies. commander In chief of One German cruiser and ten armed Cupps, n. N. Hurley and Dalnbrldge Colby the Trading with the enemy bill passed, with trawlers sunk by British In madeCattegat. appointed to succeed them. compact States amendment forbidding publication of war onUnited door in nnd Japan Becrctary McAdoo naked congress for open China and comment In Oerman without English tho war. 15,A)0,(M0 more for war. translation. Russians evacuated Stanlslau. Nov. 3. salient held Council of given supreme author- Americans,Germans raided wounding G by French defeated Germans on Craonne ity In PolandthreeGermany killing three, by and Austria. plateau, r and taking 12 prisoners. Sept. 13. Kornlloff'a revolt collapsed. July 25.- - Mutinous division of Kornlloff'a Nov. American Becretary Lansing exposed unneutral sunk by6. torpedo; 21 patrol boat Alcedo Russian unity reported blown to pieces ncUon lost. of former Swedish charge In Mexico with Its own artillery. British captured Tekrlt. Mesopotamia, Russians and Roumanians In South Carafter hard battle. army advanced toward Riga. Russian pathians broke Teuton line. Nov. 6. Italians retreated from Taglla-mcnt- o Bept, II. Natlonnl Guard of 19 states and District Monte Ban Italians drove Austrlans Irom line. Oabrlele summit. of Columbia mobilized. British captured Pnsschendaele and adhept. pasted bill for 311,531,- -, vanced 800 yards beyond. n July 28. -- Teutons took four more WO.tuO bond Issues. towns from Russians. Nov. 7. Italians fell British naval aircraft destroyed one Oer- river, Germans following.back to Ltvenza Germans repulsed in Champagne, but man destroyer and some trawlers near Osslight gain on Alsno front. made Russian rebels seised vital points In Allied conference In Paris declared war tend. 16. bept, Premier Kerensky proclaimed must bo fought to the finish. American commission to Pnrls confer-encRuotla a republic. July 27. continued their bept 17. Costa Rica broke off relations land. headed bv Col. House, reached Eng advance In Tarnopol region. 1th Oermany. July 28. Oermany yielded to Argentine v. Oermany apologized British In Palestine captured Gaza. to Argentina for demands concerning submarine warfare. Nov. 8 Russian maximalists under Landing of more American troops In Luxburg's actions, but Argentina demand- Lenlne seized government and planned for ed full formal explanation. France announced. Roumanians took Oerman positions near lmmcdtato peace; Kerensky fled from board, F. N. Scott chair- Varnltzo, War Industries man, created. Bept, is. Russia began reorganization of y crossed Llvenza river July 29. Germany and army, suppressing soldiers' committees. In places. officially put out peace talks. House passed l7,lt!,ou0,vU0 deficiency war Nov. 9. Britain. Franco and Italy cre- Russians retired beyond their border supply bill. , atcd Interallied wnr committee; Gen. Diaz near Huslatyn. ticut. French repelled fierce attack on Alsne break 19. Argentine senate voted far maue iirsi conimauucr or Italian armies. with Oermany. Nov. 10. Russian rebel government mado front. Bept, 20. British began great offensive July 30. Germans penetrated Russian Lenlne premier. territory east of Zbrocz, but Russian re- east of Ypres. Germans reached Plave river In Italy. President Wilson named board to adjust sistance stiffened. Nov. 11. Italians repulsed Teutons near Henry Chapman Gilbert, Washington, war labor troubles. Sept. 21. Becretary Lansing published Aslago. troops attacked maximalists In army. first man accepted for National Loyal message of Von Bernstorff to Berlin askIlrltlsh cruiser Ariadne torpedoed; 33 ing leave to spend (OO.uuo "to lntlucnco con- Pctrograd. Heavy fighting In Moscow, folkilled. Nov. 12. gress." h July 31. forces opened Costa Rica severed diplomatic relations lowed by compromise. on Plave river. great offensive In Flanders on 20 mile Italians held Teutons Germany. , front taking 11 villages and 5,000 prisoners. vtlth ? L'.r.ntl'V a nil th. fn.a.i.la Germany and Austria replied favorably badly defeated. August. to pope's peace proposal. French cabinet resigned. Aug. 1. British and French gained fur- ' General Bliss succeeded General Scott as Nov. 11 Heavy fighting all along the 8. A. ther ground In Ypres sector, but Germans chief of staff, U. through. Italy. Russian lino at Plave In15. Georges Germans broke recaptured St. JuIIen and part of West-hoeNov. Clemenceau became Jacobstadt, premier of France, 22. Secretory Lansing revealed de- -' Bept. In FlanAug. 1 German counter-attack- s Italians Inundated big section about the talis of Bernstorff's plotting before U. 8. repulsed. ders lower Plave to aavo Venice. entered the war. Kornlloff succeeded Brusslloff as comFierce fighting continued In Flanders. Socialist seized the government of Finmander In chief of Russian armies. British bombarded Ostend. land. Aug. 3. Austrlans captured Czernowltz I Bept, 23. Secretary Lansing disclosed Nov. 16. U. S. cabinet decided to deand Klmpolung. German abuse of U. S. protection by con-- I mand a supreme war council. St. Jullen. Flanders. Rrltlsh Nov. 17 Bolshevlkl won In Moscow. Serious draft riots In central Oklahoma. ccallng In Buchareat legation explosives British light sea forces routed German Holland American liner Noordam dis- and disease germs after U. S. had taken r. j It u squadron .off Helgoland. abled by mine. Aug. 4. Shipping board commandeered Russians took German positions near British occupied Jaffa, Palestine, Pakoff. Teutons who crossed Plave at Zenson about 675 ships under construction. Bept. 31. German airplanes raided EngAug. 5. President Wilson drafted entire annihilated. land, killing 20. National Guard Into federal service. Nov. 18. Bolshevlkl generally victorious War Industries board and producers cut In Russia; Civil war halted by lack of Germans made violent attack on British tn Hollebeke. steel prices In half. food. Germans lost heavily In attacks near Canadian troops reached environs of Kaiser refused to treat for peace with Verdun. Lens. new government of Russia. Bept, 25. Oermans made two more air Russian retreat halted near Czernowltz Berlin police killed socialist rioters. raids on England. and Chotln. Nov. 19. Teutons concentrating big gun Argentine chamber of deputies voted to flro on north of Italian line. Aug. d Chancellor Mlchaells made many sever relations with Oermany. changes In Imperial and Prussian President Wilson Issued proclamation U. 8. senate passed 58,000,000,000 war deputting severe restrictions on enemy bill. Premier Kerensky completed a coalition ficiency 2d aliens In United States. Bept. British took strong positions cabinet. Daniel Wlllard made head of U. 8. war Germane drove Russians back tn re- from Germans east and northeast of Industries board. Ypres. gion of Fokshanl. American Belgium collision; -- destroyer Chauncey sunk In Germany offered to evacuate American tank steamer Campana sunk i iusu by captain and four gunners made under certain conditions. Nov. to Germany and five 20. Two American soldiers killed Peru presented ultimatum prisoners. wounded In artillery combat. Aug. 7. French penetrated Oerman lines concerning sinking of bark Lorton. British opened new offensive between Strike of Iron workers at San Francisco St. Quentln and the Scarpe. In Champagne In three places. Aug. 8. Roumanian forces opened new ended. German attacks on Italian line ceased. Gen. Soukhomllnoff, former war minisoffensive north of Fokshanl. smashed through the Nov. 21. ter of Russia, sentenced for life for high Hlndenburg Britishtoward Cambral, taking Food control bill sent to President Willine treason. son. many towns and thousands of prisoners. 27. Democratic congress met In Sept. Canadian conscription bill passed. French successfully attacked German Aug. 9. Teutons forced crossing of south of Juvlncourt. Bept, 28. Many I."W. W. leaders Indicted rallent 22. Furious fighting near Cambral. river In Fokshanl region. Nov. Aug. 10. British drove Germans back for seditious conspiracy. Italians meeting great sept, zu. uriiisn capturea namuuie, aic- - between Plave and Brenta massed attack two miles In Flanders and French adrivers. sopotamla, nnd Us large garrison. vanced east and north of Blxschoote. Bolshevlkl government In Russia Oerman airplanes raided Londor Russians repulaed north of Fokshanl. general armistice. , British airplanes bombed Zeebrugge. Aug, 11. Arthur Henderson resigned as Nbv. 23. The Ukraine declared separaRioters at Essen demanded peace and tion labor member of British war cabinet, be- food. from Russia. ing accused of double dealing concerning Nov. 24. The British took Bourlon wood, Sept. 30. Two moro air raids made on Stockholm conference. nar Cambral. declared Its Independence, Herbert Hoover made American food ad- London. The Caucasus Fuel Administrator Oarfleld set limits ministrator. Nov. 25 British and French armlet for retnll nrlces of coal. Aug. 12. German airplanes raided EngItalians made big gains on Balnslzza, reached Italian front. land, killing 13. Nov. 27. Superior war council of 1 depimeuu. Rusatans forced back In Moldavia, Great mass meeting for peace held In formed for United States. spite desperate resistance. British took part of Fontaine near CamFrankfort. Aug. IS. Germans took Panclu, Moldabral. Revolt In Russian Turkestan. vian railway Junction, after hard battle. Italians repulsed fierce Teuton attacks. Japanese mission arrived In United October. Nov. 28. Coalition ministry formed In States. Oct, 1. Heavv attacks of Germans re Russia. Aug. 14. China declared war on OerGermany assented to bolshevlkl plan foi pulsed by French and British, and of Ausmany and armistice. Peace proposals by the pope made pub- trlans by Italians. U. 8. government assumed control over Four groups of Oerman airplanes raidlic. all Imports. Aug. 15. Canadian troops captured Hill ed London and coast towns. Second Liberty loan campaign started. Three Scandinavian kings agreed Iq 70, dominating Lens and the Loos salient, French airmen made reprisal raids on maintain neutrality. and entered Lens. 29. Interallied Nov. war conferenst Teutons stormed bridgehead at Baltare-tu- . Frankfort, Stuttgart. Treves nnd and British bombed Zeebrugge locks. opened In Paris. took Btroant. Roumanla. and Oct. 2. British repulsed six desperate Austria agreed to Russia armistice plan, Nicholas and family sent from Nov. 30. Government announced soft German attacks In Flandtrs. Esarskoe-Sel- o to Tobolsk. Siberia, British cruiser Drake torpedoed; 19 arrival In France of large numbers of NoU. 8. government's plan to control flour tional Guard troops. killed. and wheat put In operation. Germans pierced British lines soutk ol Oct. 3. Presldsnt Wilson signed the war Aug. It. British and French made big Cambral. gains In Flanders, taking Langemarck and tax bill. villages. Russian democratic congress voted other December. Von Mackensen drove Russians across against a coalition government. Dec 1. British regained most of ground Oct. 4. British won great battle east of the Bereth river. Ypres. near Cambral, and nine German at lost Aug, 18. French msde great airplane Oct. 5. French repulsed violent attack tacks were repulsed with great losses. raids on Oerman positions In Belgium and on Hill 314. Deo. 2. British withdrew from Oermany. on Cambral front. Oct. t. Italians began new offensive In the Ison-x- o Oermany. Peru broke oft relations with Deo. 3. British repulsed furious attacks region. Congress completed Its war program near Cambral. Aug. 19. British line advanced (00 yards United States congress met for second east of Lanrcmnrck, mainly with "tanks." and adjourned. Oct. 7. Uruguay severed relations with war session. Many I. W. W. leaders arrested by U. England reported East Africa completeGermany. 8. federal agents. ly cleared of Germans. Oct 8. Pershing and Bliss commissioned Italians made big advance from Plava generals. Russian deputation began armistice negto the aea. otiations with Germans. Armistice anOct. 9. British and French mads anAug. 20. French drove back Oermans In nounced on many sections of Russian Verdun sector on 11 mile front, taking other big advance In Flanders. Oct. 10 Secretary Lansing revealed front. Avorourt wood. La Mort Homme summits, Dec. 4. President Wilson. In his annual Bernstorff's part tn Oerman sabotage plots Corbeaux wood ond Champneuvllle. message declared peace would not b In America In 1911 Aug. 21. British forced their way furmade with present rulers of Oermany. Wllaon directed the food adPresident ther Into the defenses of Iens. that America would fight to last gun, and French made further advances In Ver- ministration to llcenso after Nov. 1 manufacture, storage. Importation and distri- asked declaration of war against dun sector, President Wilson tentatively fixed prices bution of Hbout 20 prime commodities. Establishment of Tartar republic In net. ii. liritisn guinea nair mue on six of coal In United States. Crimea announced. Aug. 22. Oermans opened offensive In mil front In Flanders. British steamer Apapa torpedoed; M Germans captured nart of Island of Riga region. passengers and the crew lost. British took Important positions along Ocsel In Gulf of Riga, Dec. t. Germans rejected Russians' first Oct. 11 Oermans took Arensburg, capin rosd. demands In armistice negotiations. Germans made air raids on English tal of Ocsel Island. Wilson created war Italians lost some positions on AslagO Oct. coast, killing 11. board to stop trading with the enemy and plateau. Japanese mission received In WashingBritish aviators raided 8welbrucken and took other steps 'to curb enemy activities ton, Bairbrucken. Aug. 21 Dr. TI. A. Oarfleld made fuel In America. British withdrew from Bourlon wood One Hutglan and two German torpedo administrator of U. 8. " salient near Cambral. boats sunk In battle near Ocsel. Aug. 24. British pushed back on Tpres-MenDec. (.Italians driven back on Aslago Oct 15. Destruction of Fench steamer road. French took Hill S04. Verdun, by storm. Medle by sumbarlne announced; 250 Uvea plateau. Armistice for ten days declared on RusAug, 24. Italians raptured Monte Santo, lost Oct. 17. Two Oerman raiders sank two sian front. northeast of Oorlzla. German air raiders killed seven In EngIlrltlsh destroyers and 13 Scandinavian Aug. 25. Italians broke through Ausmerhantmen they were convoying In the land. trian lines toward Oorlzla, ,.w 8. destroyer Jacob Jones torpedoed; Aug to. nrltlsh took strong German furiri sea. Oct. 17. -- Oermans In full possession of Is- - wrJl";n,,DVt positions east of Marglcnurt. States congress declared Aug. 27 -- President Wilson proclaimed land of Desel. American transport Antilles torpedoed! war on to all the world to give U. 8. abembargo Roumanla accepted armistice with the (7 tost. solute control of Its exports. Oct. IS. Germans captured Moon Island enemy. 8. Russian factional leaders pledged war to Dee Great Italian air fleet made victory. .... from Russians. attack on Oct. 19 -- Oermans made air raid on LonAug. is. I'reaiaeni wnsun rejeirtcu me Frusdor severed dlplomatlo lelatlons Impossible while don. I:llllnr 84. inn's neace nroDorals as Zerpellns destroyed by the with Germany. rmnn autocracy exlata. Pet Dee. 9 -- Knleillna and Kornlloff leading n.ramv nroinlsed Argentina Indemnity Frni h. -Oct 22 French and British msde thou-an- d revolt of Cossacks against Lenlne governfor destruction of the Toro and allowed yard advance on mile and a half ment of Russia. raptured Jerusalem. of the sea to vessels uudsr Arfreedom Dec. 10 British front In Flinders. gentine nag cirrylns food. Jspant.su troops landed In Vladivostok. U. Auitro-German Clvl-dnl- c. p Austro-GermanAustro-Germann. Rou-lers. Gcr-mnAustria-Hungarn Gall-clanate p. Austro-Germa' Austria-HungarAustro-GermaI Anglo-Frenc1 k. re-tomlnls-terles. d Austria-Hungary. Cob-len- s, Ex-CzMas-nlerAustria-HungarTpres-Menl' ln Austria-Hungarul M Austro-German- s. If You Don't go to War, go to School! Page Four. THE CITIZEN REVENUE OFFICIALS TO ASSIST IN MAKNIO OUT INCOME-TAPAPERS X January PUBLIC SCHOOL NOTES E. F. Dizney 10, 1918. LOCAL PAGE NEWS OF DBKKA AND VICINITY, OATHKRKD VARIETY OF SOURCES FROM A "Greetings from tho front" camo from Tom Cook who Is attached to tho 108th Fiold Ambulanco British Berea, Ky. Forces in France. Tom is a former Bank & Troit Bldg. Heron Collego student. Tho card of greeting is very suggestivo of tho work in which ho is taking such an activo part. Scicntiflo horso shooing, flno iron Elmer Yclfon, Secretary for re work and repairs of all descriptions January. Shop, liglous work in Central Young Men's I, 1918. at the Coltcgo Blacksmith Questions as lo when a farmer is Mrs. L. V. Dodgo announces tho Main Strcol, north of Tlio Citizen Christian Association of C'ncinnati, ad. 0., is speiidilng a restful vacation of to mako his return of tho valuo of nrrivnl of a now school Hag. AnOnice. crops and stock, tho relation of these nouncement for tho presentation of ten days at Boono Tavern. Exchange. Mississippi upland for things to income, etc, and as tocm- - tho Hag will appear in this column Wo SELL lints and.sell them right. approad. Kentucky Bluo Grass land. F. U. ployces and other matters, will all when plans nro perfected for Mrs. Laura Jones. Ad-2- 8. lie answered by tho rovonuo Held priate exercises for tho1 occasion.' Larabee, Wilmore, Ky. 0. B. Porter and family spent tho Sir Edward Baxter Perry whom force. Misses Bowles, Sealo, nnd Mrs. week end week beforo last with many YauWinklo look advantago of tho Bereans will remember as tho Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Woolf in blind pianist of world fame will vacation to visit tho Berea Collego THE SOLDIERS TAKING GOVERNgive a concert in tho Main Chapel Normal Training School. MENT INSURANCB Mrs. J. T. Scrivncr of Centor strcot Wednesday night, January Tho janitor, Mr. Richardso" ulll 30. An lind a fall last week which rosultod That tho wiso and beneficent law ized part of his vacation in cleaning cents will admission of tweniy-flv-o providing Government insurancofor in a broken arm. In charged for citizens, halls, and mil oiling corridors, and ten and naval forces of tho Miss Maymo Kvans of London cents for students. No ono can af tho military rooms of tho School Building. Sunday in Borca f spent Saturday and United States is fully appreciated ford to miss this raro treat. Sco by Tho good women of tho school tho solflicrs and sailors of tho as tho guest of Miss Bertha King. on tho spot" next issuo for further details of this every day ovidenccd. lunch nro "Johnnio has gone is boing .Miss Florenco Mitchell again with lunches. opportunity to hear a great artist. Nation In' Lexiligton wlicro sho will lako a At Camp Wadsworth, Spartanburg, Dr. Benson Howard Roberts led Ad. S C, during tho month of'Novcmbnr oourso iu nursing. Waller Dizney who recently en- nearly 20,000 applications wcrosent Chapel Monday morning. S. C. Ilhodo Island Red cockorols listed for Naval training is in Camp Dr. Best spoko at ChapcK Monday Largo, vigorous, well to tho Bureau of War Risk Insur for sale. Dewey, Co. L. First Regiment, Great morning. ance; 71 per cent of these was for marked birds. Mrs. Luther Todd, Lakes, III. Monday's attendance, in spito of Coylo, Ky., Berea 'phone, 0 tho maximum amount of 510,000, 23 C. Martin, of Central City, Mrs. L. lie weather, was 220. ad. per cent was for $5,000, and 0 per Neb., lias been making a visit at Al tho closo of tho Chapel Monday cent was for lesser sums. In sixteen Miles Eugcno Marsh, Jr, who is home of her sister, Mrs. E. F. morning tho Principal introduced Mis the companies every singlo man applied .managing his falhor's farm in Dizney. Her son, Lieut. Otis Martin, the two new leachors of tho present fur insurance; in 5 units, 3 of them sissippi, nas been ai nomo spend- of the Medical Reserve Corps Miss llcrllia Sealo who takes at ft. II companies, every man applied will ing tho Christmas holidays, but Camp Taylor, spent Christmas with the place of Mrs. Laura Isaacs Lu--for tho maximum of $10,000. soon return to his work in tho his mother here. and Mrs. Nancy Dunn Shclton A spirited campaign of education Southland. P. E. Bacon, Supervisor of Advanvlio lakes the place of Miss Nancy has been organized nnd is being con Mrs. Laura Gabbard was quito ill ced Registry Tests, Dunn. of tho Experiducted to furnish full nnd thorough :it tho first of tho week ment Station, Lexington, lias been Miss Alice Case, assistant to tho busy at tho Collego Dairy for the information of tho workings of tho FORMER BEREAN INJURED Soorctary of Berea College, is.suiTcr- -, past seven days testing out tho mer- law lo those coming under tho pro Various stories havo been afloat ing from a fractured wrist caused it? of three cows of tho herd; all of visions, and it is believed that tho great benefits of this wiso and hu- in regard to the injuries our former ' by a fall last week. which qualified. The record will was be given in full next week which mane provision for soldiers and sail- townsman, Tlios. F. Guiim, fell vicMiss Lillio Moore of Grayhawk ors of tho United States and their tim lo in Dayton, O, somo weeks ago. visiting friends in town last week. will surprise many. dependents will bo availed of by His peoplo inform us that tho acciMr. and Mrs. W. H. Elkin and litMiss Bertha King returned toBar-bourvil- lo practically nil of our fighting men. dent occurred in an iron works, and Sunday to resumo her tle sonTl.a Rue, left Tuesday mornAt the close of tho business day in some way got tho four lingers cut teaching after spending tho holidays ing for their homo in Gibson City, oi December 20 tho Bureau of War off. the right hand, leaving only tlw III., after a visit with Risk Insurance had received appli thumb; and nil off tho left hand exwith her mother. House, recently occu- parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. II. Elkin. For Rent. tho in to tho number of 272,122, ag cept (lie thumb and one-ha- lf Paul Elkin of Gibson City, III, is cation pied by VW B. Jones, on Parkway gregating $250, 102,000 of insurance dex linger. Mr. Guinn rvili bo For particulars sco Mrs. Laura here for an extended visit with his ns the former superinparents Mr. and Mrs. L. H. "Elkin.. Jones. tendent of the Berea cemetery, which Phamy Davis and sons, Lewis placo ho held for fourteen years. His WASTE IS CRIMINAL. and Edward, roturned homo last "To waste now is nothing short of many friends hero extend sympathy FALSE STATEMENTS ARE Tuesday night af tor. spending four criminal." Secretary of tho Treasury to him. HARMFUL weeks in Omaha, Neb, with her sis- - The finances of tho whola country, McAdoo. tor, Mrs. James Kinnard. public as well as private, by forco of The duty of the American peoplo TO MILK DISTRIBUTORS Miss Etta Mooro of the Founda-tio- n the national needs at this crisis aro t" economize in consumption of food Milk distributors take notico that in tho Hospital for subordinated Faculty is and adjusted to thft and all other materials as well as there must bo no incrcaso made in a slight operation. great Liberty Loan. Financing by wo money, can not bo too often or (he retail price of milk or cream Mrs. Charles Lester and son, War- -' railroads or other great industries too strongly urged upon them. Tho January 8th without written run, left Monday light for Pasadena. and all lesser private financing must duty is so imperative, its observanco afler Food Admintaking tho Southland route. success, consent of the District Cal., lie vonsidered primarily in relation so vital to our Country's istration. reMarion and William Bower lo tho Government loans. that it should bo kept constantly beFred M. Sackctt, Fodoral Food turned to their homo last Thursday The needs of privato interesst, tho fore them. Administrator for Kentucky. from a visit with their grandparents money necessities of tho business The proposition is plain and unParksville. lessened tho in ot tho country ns well as that of tho derstandable Wo havo UNION CHURCH NEWS Mrs. Arvis Moore, who has been Government itself aro all considered productive powers of tho Country The Women's Missionary Society in tlie Robinson Hospital for a ser- by tho Secretary of tho Treasury in liv takinc 2.000.000 men away from met on Wednesday at tho homo of ious operation, is now at her moth- fixing tho amount nd date of cash the productive forces of tho Country; Mrs. Nfiah May. Tho chapter of tho er's, Mrs. J. W. Jackson, on Chestnut issuo of Liberty Loan Bonds, and instead of producers of one kind or book which is being studied was sireet. Hie effect of the issuo of bonds on another tho soldiers aro consumers summarized by Mrs. B. W. Hart and John Thomas, tho oldest son of all other securities and all other of tho products of our farm's, factor the doNolionals were led by Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. John Pullttfs, is very loans is given duo consideration. ies, and mines, and when tho muni- Dodge. ill with dipthcria. Tho dissemination, therefore, of tions tliev exnond and will expend A snecinl effort has boon m.ulo by Mrs. Nannjo Brannaman was call- untruo information, oven when mado Mirninsl tho enemy is considered thoy the Sunday School to raise money ed to tho homo of her son, Charles in honest belief and with good inten- aro tremendous consumers of tlio for tho Armenian sufferers, and as Adams, at Flannagan, Tuesday, on tion, is harmful, and Seorctary manufactured products of tho Coun was se i result tho sum of $!)0.00 account of the illness of his yuong-- et on December 20 issued tho fol- -j try. Each class collected a much amount of tlio cured. A daughter who is very ill with lowing strong statement: tremendous larger amount than was apportioned pneumonia fovcr. "Tho report that tho next issuo of manufacturing energy of tho Coun- to it. Nothing could bo Iloer than Mr. and Mrs. Iluo Duorsnn of Sil- Liberty Bonds will bo $8,000,000,000 try has been withdrawn from manu this showing of Hie young peoplo. ver Creek liavo moved in P. Corncl-- . at Wj per cent and on March 15, facturing tho things wo uso in peaco Tho printed report of tho church ius' houso up stairs. Mark L. Spink 1018, is wholly unfounded. I wish and put to manufacturing tho things ur the past church year is and familv will occupy tho first I could mako tho patriotio news we uso in war. Tho total loss to tho complolcd and availablo for memfloor. paper men of America realize how Country of tho productlvo energy ot bers. It gives n detailed record of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Ilidder aro the misciiicvous and liurtrul to tho in- our soldiers nnd sailors and tho diof tlio church and proud parents of a flno baby girl terests of tho Country such specu- version of n great portion of tho all activities shows tho wido scopo of tho work. which caino Saturday evening. Sho lative statements aro. When a de ether productlvo energy of tho Coun of ofllcers and committees for lias been named Bcssio Pearl. Tito cision lias been reached about tho try to war purposes Iowen to a I.iN new year, a roll of resident the mother will bo rcmomborcd as Mao next Liberty Loan, it will ho official- great extent tho amount of material church members, an honor list oi Baker. ly announced. Mcanwhllo, all other and supplies produced by tho Counhureh members iu tho army and Miss Martha Muncy was ill for a statements and rumors may bo dis try. navy, and n copy of tho Church few days but is noy ablo lo bo up regarded." 'Ii this condition of lessened pro- Constitution nro in tlio report. again. duction and increased consumption At tho Thursday night Prayer Miss Mario Bower and little sistor, of and by our own mon must bo add- Meeting short talks appropriate to Lillian, returned homo Thursday ed tho- - extraordinary demand mado tlio now year wcro mado b Doctor TWO BITS A DAY CLUBS upon tliis Country to supply tho Mead on tlio leading religious chan from a visit in Cincinnati and FalOut in Phoenix, Ariz, a movement armies of our Allies and lo a groat ges mouth. of tho past year; by Mr. Taylor William Ilidder, who is working in has been inaugurated for tho forma- extent their population with food n the important events in college; Akron, O., is visiting hoincfolks this tion, of "Two Bits a Day" olubs, tho nnd other material. and by Professor Robertson on esmembers of which aro to buy a Wo must meet tho condition that sential political changes throughout wcuk. Miss Stella Johnson entertained a quarter's worth of Thrift Stamps confronts us in two ways by tho tho world. number of her friends last Saturday every day. Thrco men each look a strictest economy iu consumption, hundred Thrift cards, pasted ono for ovory pound wo refrain from usnight. Resolved: To farm better and moro Mrs. Clioslcr Lewis, of Lancaster, stamp in each card, and sold tho en- ing add3 a pound to bo devoted to prolllnbly in 1018. Begin lo plan tho N visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. tire lot beforo two blocks bad been tho uses of our Army and Navy and work for spring. (ho military forces of our Allies; covered. Andy Smitli on Center street. Two hits" is tho old term, dating and by speeding up our production Miss Ruth McFall, formerly of THE CITIZEN staff and now connec- back. to tho early days of tho Coun- to tlio limit. Tlio American peoplo LIVERY STABLE OUTFIT and REAL ESTATE FOR SALE ted with tho Bureau of Appoint- try, for a quarter of a dollar, and is aro going Jo do all that they know V. to Wo will offer for salo to tho high ments of Obcrlln College, is visiting still used In the South and Wesf. bo necessary to win tills war Mrs. John F. Smith, on Jackson Every patriotic American now wants shorten tins war. Thoy havo only est bidder at tho Isaacs Livory Barn "lo do his bit"; the members of these to realizo tho imporativo duly of on Depot Street, Saturday, January street. tablo and clubs aro carrying out this idea oconomyin saving nnd thoy will IP. 1918, tlio entiro livery business For Sale. Dining-rooof barn, stock, vohiclos, harness, six chairs; good as now, cheaper flnoly in doing tholr "two bits" every economizo and savo. saddles, etc. than half cost. Seo William Josso day. It Is hoped that Twp Bits a Day" clubs will bo formed all over Forty American Red Cross dispon-sarl- es Also an oight room rosidonco nnd Baird, Bcroa, Ky. aro now In operation In tho eleven lots in "Now Berea." of Lieut Arlolgh C. Grlflln tho Country In tho great iiI.-2- 8. campaign. 8. L. Isaacs & Sons. , war zone. may- - address him at Fori Andrews, rs' Dean & Stafford REAL ESTATE Mass, wlicro ho is stationed for tho w inter. Best Blacksmithing Tho Public School resumed work, Farmers all over tho country aro Monday, January 7, nflor n two making numerous inquiries about week's vacation. Pleasant memorreturns. llielr income-ta- x ies remain of tho delightful ChristMen of tho Held forco of tho Bu mas trco entertainments held in reau of Internal Rovonuo of tho each room tho last day, Billy Wnt-ki- ns Treasury Department will visit as good Old St. Nick visited all every county in tho United Stales the Departments and gavo lo all Imduring January and February. No partially gifts and love, and good tice of their arrival will bo given in cheer. advance. At 3:00 p. m, December 21, 1017, Association Tho services of liicso officials in tho Parent-Teachemaking out income-ta- x returns will convened in tho Auditorium for a lie given without cost to nil persons tpendid program. Tho meeting was requesting it. Fniluro to sco them, well attended. I.'Mik out for announcements later however, will not rellovo citizens of Associatho duty imposed upon them to fllo of tho next Parent-Teachetheir returns not later than March tion for tho last Friday ovonlng in rs' Berea National Bank Report of the condition of the Iicrea National Hank at Ilcrca in the state of Kentucky, at the close of business on Dec. ti, 1917. '' RESOURCES $24 1,330, 09 Loans and Discounts (notes held in bank) Overdrafts, unsecured 795.47 U. S. bonds deposited to secure circulation (par value) 25,000.00 Total U. S. bonds (other than Liberty llonds) and certifi. .. iq.ooo.oa cates of indebtedness Liberty Loan Bonds, unpledged, 3J percent and 4 per cent ly, 1000 Stock oi Federal Reserve Hank (50 per cent of subscription)... i,5ftc& Value of banking house 3.000.30 Furniture and fixtures . . . . 100.00 I nwlnl wirvi with Federal Reserve Hank 4,235.00 Cash iu vault and net amounts due from national banks IJ.J5J.64 1.107-4- ! Checks on other banks in the same city as reporting Hank Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer and due from U. S. Treasurer i, '50.00 Total ; $3WiM.t LIAHILITIKS Capital stock paid in $25,090,00 Surtilus . fund . . 34)500,00 $17.00 I ndividcd profits Less current expenses, interest, taxes paid.. .. 17.66 Circulating notes outstanding J 5,00a Co Individual deposits subject to check 151,618.55 Dividends unpaid 1,500. Co Other tin deposits 105,296 oq Total Contingent Liabilities , $342,933,71 State of Kentucky, County of Madison, tt: I, J. - Gay, Cashier of the above-name- d bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. J. L. Gay, Cashier, Subscribed and sworn to before me this "9th day of January, 1918. W. H. Waldcn, Notary Public. My commission expires Jan. 29, 1920. ' .v . I- Win-chest- Correct Attest: J. W. Fowler, J. J. Hranaman, John W. Welch, Director as two-wee- id-Mr- Mc-Ad- oo I could havo received. 1 aso jiavo qlt0 a number of Monday I received tho llrst copy. Mississippi farms listed for salo in It was tho best letter I over receiv- that black, rich Alfalfa and farming ed, witli news of tho College, as a hell and it surely is tho next thing whole, nnd the names of so many to God's country. former students of Berea whoso Call at my mliro and let me tell am glad lo know, and you about 1L whereabouts shall bo pleased lo drop a lino lo Ad. S. R. Baker. "nine of them who wcro my classmates in 101 Of the list of those who nro iir tho TARM FOR SALE of our nation, I am indeed I will sell privately lny farm of sorry to note that a number of them 110 apros, located 5 mllea from aro now in Franco, but sooner or mile fronl-- Kingston Graded later wo shall join them iu tho drive School. On this farm is a good llvo I)n to Berlin." room houso with 21 foot hallway; Since the coming of tlio snow and severe winter, our drilling has ceas- all necessary outbuildings such as snioko house, hen house, cabin in ed to a great extent, except lectures yard for son-ants-, best ico houso that and signal drill insido of quarters. ran bo found anywhere, tool house, Soon wo will resumo our drill, Inking up tho trench warfaro drill, buggy house, and n largo roomy complying with tho French methods. barn. Somo of this land is in Blue grass sod and hasn't been in cultiI'licle Sam is losing no timo in tho great task of training an army vation for to years; will produce flno to defend our country, a thing tlio tobacco. 03 ncrcs on west sido of Dixie- Highway, with tenant houso; Kaiser said wo could not do. But now ho is boing awakened to lhJ1croson ctiS ?Wc w.iU' residence. rapid progress with which it is bo Will sell ono sldo or nil. B. B. Boen ing done. (ad.) Berea, Ky. It is no pleasant task, but know-in- if Route 1, it is our duly, wo submit readily to our orders with tho thot of tho FARM TOR SALE day when on our return wo will seo the beckoning light of America, and G5 acres of llmeslono land, well fencof the reception which wo know will ed, watered by springs and ponds. In waiting us that will mark tho Six room house, barn, cribs, and outbuildings. Ideal location two miles completion of our mission. May I add that dospito tho mo- west of Berea. Exsy terms if sold at notony of enmp life, tho camp rajig once. willi song and cheor and wo wore W. II. JAMES, innile to enjoy Christmas by tho ro- - nd.-3- i. Berea, Ky. ineinbranco of our. many frionds who sont us presents and Christmas F. L. MOORE'S cheer. Tho boys woro moro nnxious to open thoir pnoknges recoived from Red Cro;i societies and other women's organizations than littlo childFOR ren aro whon St. Nicholas comes; partly for tlio contents, but moro for First Class Repairing tlio address of somo lady in Maine, AND Oregon, or other stale Somo packages contained nice letters addressFine Line of Jewelry ed to "A Soldier Boy," others woro BEREA, KY-- written as tho to somo soldier in MAIN ST. Franco. M. WIDES Wo, had a nice Christmas dinner, and all went well. tho General Dealer, gives notico that Wishing success to all, I am, Scrap iron and other Junk have advanced in price. Wanted, 30 Cart Slnoorcly, or More I Cpl. Edwin E. Moore, Scrap Iron, Heavy Copper, Light .'1.10th Inf. Hdnr's Co, 8UI1 Dlv. Copper, Heavy Red Bran, Heavy Yellow Brass, Light Brass Zino, Lead, iueei Hides, Horse Hides, Pony as WONDERFUL DUKE S22640 Colt Hides, No. 1 Sheep Skini, Ragi, I will sell privately my thorobrcd (Rubber' No' 2 Rubl,r. Shorthorn hull, "Wonder-- 1 Also buy eggs and poultry at hlgh-- f ill Duko 5220 SO," 20 months old and est market prices. Call mo beforo Am paying moro than aay weighs 1000 pounds. Call on or Can't dress J. M. Boon, Jr, Berea, Ky. ()n8 el8 wj WWn. If yOU gQQijM 00- j ea fop veri j 1 Bo-rea, 1 anything TO PASTOR AND MEMBERS OF FARM LAND and TOWN PROPERTY UNION CHURCH FOR SALE Camp Taylor. Ky, Jan. 3, 1018. 1 mvo somo house nnd somo flno Let 1110 thank you for tho Christ- ts for salo yet. I still want moro mas present you gavo me, The Clti- - Mississippi farm lajid Is my reason zen, which I appreciate moro than for gelling any of this property, V Jewelry Store Phont 33 T RICHMOND, KY. FOWLS WANTED! Chicken Day to Farmers Will pay ijc under Cincinnati top quotations on all fowls brought m On Monday Only of Each Week J. S. GOTT Berea war-savin- gs ' . An.a - - Kentucky ) $100 in Education Equals $1,000 in Land. January 10, 1018. THE CITIZEN Dlinoy, William, Columbus Bar- Klllln, E. L, Co. C, 147 Inf, Monti S'pcnce, Sgt. E. L, Co. I, I8lh Inf. A racks, lOlh Co, Columbus, 0. gomory, I' F., via. N. Y. P. O. SMART PEOPLE BUY DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS Dodson, C. P., U. S. Naval Training Bradley, 37lh, 10 Tr, Bn. Spence, Sgl. W. F, 4th C.y 1st T. A family Newtpsptr for all that It right Station. 1st Oth Co, Nowport, II. I. 15a, I). B, Camp Taylor, Ky. lrur,and interesting Bn, Camp Taylor, Ky. FROM Dooloy, John, Camp Taylor, Ky. Lowls, Nojh, Co. L, 10th U. S. Inf. Spink, Corp. Paul, 1st Co. Military rahltfhnl cvrry Thuriulay t Itrrrn, Ky. Douglas, Vco M., Ambulanco Co. No. Fort BcnJ. Harrison, Ind. Polico, Camp Logan, Houston, Tex. 2, Fort Logan, Houston, Texas. Lowls, Hugh, Camp Sheridan, Mont Slllwcll, Lieut. Abnor J., Co. 0, 342nd BEREA PUBLISHING Cu. Early, Cllnlon, UOth Inf. Band, Camp (Tncorpof attt!) gomery, Ala, Inf., Camp Grant, III. WM. C. FROST. F.lilorJCW.f Shelby, Haltiesburg, Miss. Lockln, Earl W Co. 0, Reg. A. D, St. Clair, Ray D, 55 Inf. Military C. H.jyCRTENnFJtGER. Mnilnt Editor Edwards, John Paul, Band Master, Camp Taylor, Ky. Branch, Y. M. C. A. No 29, Chatto-noog- a, Subscription Rates THERE IS. A REASON I19(h Inf. Band, Haltiesburg, Mlsj. Lynch, Scrgl. Dora, 52nd Inf. Mill- Tcnn. PAVAIlt.K IN ADVANCE Edwards, T. A, Jr, Co. M, 5Clh Mili lory Branch, Chattanooga, Tcnn. ' Stout, Charles E, Camp Taylor, Loufl.O) line Yrar H. Month! tary Branch, Chattanooga, Tcnn. Martin, Sergeant Robert, Mod. Dept, isville, Ky. RICHMOND KENTUCKY Thr Months 35 Edwards, Ilobcrt, Ofllcors' Training Slaglo, Dean, Electric. Div. Detachlllh F. A, Fori Sill, Okla. nr Rtnr-Rnd money bv Unn Martin, Carlylo, Fori Leo, Pclors Order. Draft, ment Enlisted Specialists, Fort I.Ut, or on ami two Camp, Leon Springs, Toxoa. cent sUmps. Stanloy, Ofllcors' Training "burg, Va. Monroe, Va. , Th dsu aftsr jrour nam on UM shows to Englo, skeptical thai the now method U BRITAIN IS WITH FRANCE TO END what dt four sutwcrlptlnn Is paid. If It Is not Camp, Ft. BcnJ. Harrison, Ind. May, Bruce, Q. M. Corps, Co. 1, Madi Tale, J. Ilarl, Cajnp Sovior, Army within thrra wrrksaftrr rrnewsl notify rhantrd ,in. (Continued ua. son Barracks, N. Y. Fulks, Elliott L, Hdqr. Co. UDlh Inf, i. tu . i. ouviur jJiiiuuii, urquu- - During tlio month of November Indemnity nnil from Page Ona) Mli.Ine numlvrt will lie sU.Ur suppllnl If w. Ts May, G. II, Q. M. Div. 87th Aero Hallicsburg, Miss. ara nouniq, vllle, S. C. whilo the cows were being milked l.lhrraltrrmailrrntonnr whoolitain nrw auli Squadron, Mt. Clemens, Mich Taulbec, S'cldcn, Eng. Corps, El Paso, serlptlnna for us. Any one wnllnir us four ymrly Ernbcrg, Otto, 140th Inf. Band, HatMr. Lloyd George onlil tlmt nn Indetwice a day, 31 cows produced suuacripiions can racai'a ma bititsn Irsa for Marlow, George, Co. 2, Squad. 335, --. Texas, licsburg, Miss. oon Mivttnild .r ...ills ona rear. u nruui BU- i,- pendent Polnnd roinprlNlng nil genu" " AdrrrtUInc ratpaon application. Aviation, Ft. Thomas, Ky. Templclon, R. R, Y. M. C. A., Fort r inely I'ollsli eleineiits who desired to Fenwick, Leonard L, Camp Custer, nus 1,10 sa,no U'irty-on- o cows In McCann, John W, Co. B. 309lh En Oglethorpe, Ga. participate wns nn urgent necessity for Battlo Creek, Mich. December produced 31,017 pounds or the stability 1 glneers, Camp Taylor, Ky. of western Europe. Travis, Vaud A, Ft. Riley, Kans, ,3,070 gallons, n diffcrenco of 070 galFcllon, Corp. Flavol L, Co. "A" 55 McComas, Battlo Creek Ambulanco Mr. Lloyd George snld tlmt In tho caro or M. 0. T. C. An nvcrago incrcaso of 21 lons. Inf, Chickamauga Park, Ga. Inst few days he lind taken special Co, Allcnlown, Pa 'Prosper, Raleigh, 108 Co. 27 P. T. gallons n day. This is not as large' pains to ascertain Fielder, Leonard C, 17th Co. 12th McGuffy, William, U. S. S. Penn nnd tho Bn. 5lh Reg, Camp Taylor, Louisan avcrago as llio first ten days but nttltudc of representative men of nil Bn. 159 Depot Brig, Camp Taylor, sylvania, Postmaster, N6w York, ville, Ky. sections of thought In the country. t Louisville, Ky. McGuirc, Ben, France, E. F. Co. M, Wells, E. J, U. S. S. Kearney, Post- we must take into consideration tlio He hnd rend the statement of Inbor's 121 degrees below zero weather as Uerca Collcgo Is proud of llio rec- Holder, William, Camp Taylor, Oth Inf, Via. N. Y. master, New York City. wnr nlms, he continued, nnd hnd Louisville, Ky. ord of lis soldier boys. Tlioy liavo McKay, LlcuL Walter H, Medical Wheeler, Val, Camp Beauregard, La, (iinparcd with November sunshine. the subject of wnr nlms with Cows, that Just after calving last former Premier Asqulth nnil with Visanswered llio call of our Country Hennery, Elmo, 98 Aero S. Squad. Corps, American Expeditionary Wiley, Robert, U. S. S. Hartford, year, only produced 45 pounds milk count Grey. Hnd the nntlonnllst lendA. E. F, Via.Jv'ow York P. M. with tlio spirit of men. Wo shall Forces. Postmaster, Now York City, ,1' ar y ers In Ireland nut been engnged with "j'IkcJ always follow up tholr career with Flint, Sherman, Fort Ilodncy, Mosi McMullin, Samuel, 159th Inf., Camp WilLowis U. S:s. Hirtford,'!'-:the tangled problem of Irish threo n day pro t t 1 1. nil l deepest Interest. Thu names of Fianklin, Harlln, Co. 3, C. A. C, Fort Shelby, Hatlicsburg, Miss. the would ,l,lcig fr0I M to 70 VOumla of milk crnnie' vIgwh have been lmppy to Delaware, Del somo aro probably not on this list, Mcnzic, Leonard W, Overseas Bat- w in Somewhere Earl, with tlirm Hn imd ,,ny s,nco milking three timosi exclinnco : i.vnnnn If any ono knows of a Uerca man Foster, Samuel, Ambulanco Corps, 10 talion, Marino Barracks, Paris Isalso consulted representatives of Great L .inV " mi M. 0. T. C, Fort Ililoy, Kans. J3 rjut.niH " ,,.., n v,Arn r n ..... aut in the Army whoso namo is not la land, S. C. sin . Britain's overseas dominions. ... , ,.,..,., ...I KJ.U. I ...M., this list send in llio namo and ad French, Marvin, (Navy)-- , 1012, 18th Miller. R. E, Q. M. C, Block II. B. 15, Corps, Camp Shelby, Miss. '." ? As n result of these discussions, said SL, Brooklyn, N. Y. " " w i' ","U"B' Mr. Lloyd Oeorge, nlthnugh the governdress to tlio President's Ofllco, Bcroa Jacksonville, Fla. i Young. C. Harvey. Frullland, New ment nlone wns responsible for tho French, Otis, U. S. Naval Training Morgan, Roubcn, Camp Taylor, Ul "u College, Uerca, Ky. Mexico, Forward. ." ""; . this is that cows that aro producing ictunl lnngunge he proposed using, Station, Berkeley, Va. Good fortune go with all. Louisville, Ky. Any information, such as moro so much milk do not havo slorago there wns n national ngreemcnt ns to French, Ottts J., caro Naval Y. M. C Morgan, Rufus, Med. Dept., Ft. Benj. Adams, Lieut. Tounsen, H9tli Inf., complete address or additional capacity for tho vast amount of milk the character nnd purpose of the A, 107 Sands St- - Brooklyn. N. Y. Harrison, Ind. wnr nlms nnd pence conditions. Camp Shelby, Hatlicsburg, Miss. Frost, Cleveland, Officers' Training Moore, Edwin, Hdqr. Co. 330 Inf, names for our honor roll aro wel- - that their digestivo systems nro He wns speaking, therefore, not merely 1 19th lleg. Inf Help us mako our Roll a com-- 1 pablo of producing, so tho milk must the mind Adams, Lieut. Wiloy, Camp, Ft. BcnJ. Harrison, Ind. Camp Taylor, Louisville, Ky. of the government, but the Camp Shelby, Hatlicsburg, Miss. ' Gabbard, Scrg. E. Blalno, Ambulance Moore, Harold, Aviation Corps, Colum- plclo roster of Bcroa men in llio scr- - be removed oftcner in order that mind of the nntlon nnd the empire. vice, ono of valuo as weir as ono of they may manufacture moro. In Corps No. 12, American ExpediAler, Antonio, 150th U. S. Inf., Camp bus, 0. tionary Forces. other words, a cow is merely a ma Shelby, Hatlicsburg, Miss. Moore, George, Aviation Corps 111 which wo aro projd. chine into which you feed raw HUNS RUSH AIRPLANES Airord, Green H., U. S. A. N. S., Pon- - Gabbard, John B, 330th Inf, C. E, Murrell, Jesso L, Bar. 830 N. C. 8, Camp Taylor, Ky. and take away tho finished sncola, 1'la. IN OUR OWN STATE Camp Decatur, III. product. Amhurgy, Denver, Co. M H9lh Inf, Gay, Colson, Franco, via Now York. Ncal, Sidney, Battery A. 12 E- - A. Ft. (Continued from Page One) "Tlio CMmrnlna MnMinnipnl Mlllfop" Germans Race to Conquer U. Godhcy, Chauncoy, Officers' Training Hatticsburg, Miss. Meyer, Va. . It became a success from tho start, ,, fnt. a , Camp, FL BcnJ. Harrison, Ind. Hallcy, Frank, lied Cross Military Nickel!, Clarence, Hdqr. Co. 149th and was later removed loj.oulsvillo. S. in the Air. lier(' three times a day; with- Grillln. Lieut. Arleigh C, Fort An Hospital, Somowhero In France. Inf, Camp Shelby, Hatticsburg, havo been opened in nut it the task would havo been exdrews, Mass. Daily, Green, llaillo Co., U. S. Navy, Miss. AshiXjid, Lexington, Covington, ceedingly laborious. If this plan is Griflllh, Fleming, Somo where in Nickel), Ira, Lieut., Camp Taylor, Cambridge, Mass, Owenshoro, and Paducah. At thesa followed next year when tho ma- - Pershing Men Find on Prisoners Plans Franco C. C, 1 19th Inf, Camp liaison, Limit. for Vast Teuton Aerial Louisville, Ky. Gross, Frank, Co. M. 4lh Inf, Gcttys- - Osborne, Jesso Otto, Oth Engineers, substations men aro given a pre- - jm.jt of Ulc cowg aro frcgh u,cro Shelby, Hallicsburg, Miss. Program. linunary examination and then sent v ... . nn ,n.,n(1Ift ,.,,,, nf miIk. burg,.Pa. . Illoknell, Corp. J. Paul, Hdq. Co, Co. D, Washington, D. C. lo tho main station at Louisville. With the Amerlciin Army In Frnnce, I IDIIi Inf. Hand, Hatlicsburg, Berea College has had, in years Miss. Gross, Orvllle, Recruit C. A. C, Foit IVirkor. rlnroncn P.nnin' Rliolliv t Ilnf- - -Transporlnton nnd meals aro fur past, I Moll, Salem. N. J. cows that were capable of pro- - Jnn. 7. Germnny's plnns for nerlnl Ilillry, Cheerful, II, Co. Naval Hosp., lln.l,rn til.. ' by the Government, and if .Inniiifv ft anllnna nf tnlllr n ilnv. nnil wnrfiire on n larger scale thnn hereHackclt, H. W, 3rd Plat, 13 It. Co. Phelps, Glenn, Ambulance Corps 21, nished Portsmouth, Ya. the applicant does not pass ho is Uw ghnrl. lhru ,'ack of good tofore, It Is Indicated In' documents S. 317, FL Thomas, Ky. Hirchflcld, William, Co. F., 20th Eng.. Fort Clark, Tcxaa. taken from enemy prisoners, nro s'Mit back lo his homo without cost. HnM. Lieut. John, M. G. Co. 53. Mili treatment and the rcquisito know- founded upon published statements reDix Branch. N. J. Picklcsimer, Parncll, Y. M. C. A, Many of tlio Kentucky boys who ledge for maintaining a profltablo garding the nerlnl wnrfnre plnns of Howling, Orovcr, Camp Shelby, Miss: tary Branch, Chattanooga. Tcnn. Fort Orglethorpe, Ga. enlisted sinco last April aro now Branson, Jerry, Co. 81, Hcg. 8, G. L. Haley. Corp. Earl D, Ord. Dopot, 38tn Porter, Donald, Musician, 119th Inf. .serving on torpedo boat destroyers .Inlnv otiiI (ltn hlnmn Ima bnon shift the United States. Information to m, lhp sll01ll(Icrs of tllc poor old this effect hns reached the American Div, Camp Shelby, Haltiesburg, N. T. 8., Great Lakes, III. Band, Hdqr. Co, Hatticsburg. Miss in , mo war .one. nicy aro neipiug expeditionary forces. Miss. , Boyer, Clarence, U. S. S. Florida, .....www..a .nw . r Powell, Stanloy, 48 Co., 12 Bu. 150 " i It Is Indicated that the Germnns, beHaizak, George, Oth Co. FL Totlen, Parker, Thomrs L, Battery D. Reg, nil mo sea oi mo uerinun suuinuriiiu Postmaster, New York Cljy. lieving that America Intended putting menace, and al tlio samo timo taking Long Island, New York. Corbclt, Camp Taylor, Louls- Brown, 321, F. A. II, Camp Sherman, Chll- machines by the tens of thousnnds Inpart in a gamo moro thrilling than ' Hart, Lieut. Joseph, Camp Taylor, THEATERS FOR USE BY MEN IN to the battle nren, Immediately enlargvlllo, Ky. lirQlhc, 0. iuiy charge "over llio top." KenLouisville, Ky. Browning, Benjamin F., Somowhero CAMPS ARE NOW COMPLETED Patin, Ralph, Y. M. C. A, Dos Moines, tucky started the New Year by sended their own plnns In the expectation ' Harrcl, Gordon, Med. Dept. Officers' enemy . in France. Tho Government "Liberty" thea- of offsetting the Increased Iowa. ing 100 men to tho "Navy tho first Training Camp, Ft. BcnJ. Harrison, iVarwu, Leland E, jl2nd C. 151 Do Bnishcar, Dishman, U. S. S. Bridge, ters at tho 10 National Army can- forces. week. Just when the enemy's program will Ind. tonments aro all completed, and in onrc Postmaster, Now York City. pot It.. Camp Mcailc, Md. be realized Is uncertnln but the Calhoun, Quincoy, Ft. Leo, Peters- Harrison, Creed, Co. 78, Main Bar Perry, Pcnn, Camp Taylor, Louis a few performances havo been given. obtained In captured docuracks, Paris Island, Port Royal, S.C. burg. Va. Tho buildings, which nro supervised ments Is regarded by ranking odlcers villc, Ky. WEST UNION SCHOOL Campbell, William, Chief Bugler, Hammond, SergL Benjamin, 333rd Perkins. U. S. S. Jenkins, Postmaster, by tho War Department Commission ns making It extremely desirable for n Eliza Otjg, Teacher 1(9 Inf. Band, Hatlicsburg, Miss. Inf, Camp Taylor, Louisville, Ky. New York City. on Training Camp Activities, aro 120 speedy nnd complete development of This is my 29th year as teacher feet wido and 179 feet long, mado of American nlr service. Carpenter, Sgt. Rollins, Troop B, Mil. Hayes, Earl, Camp Taylor, Louis D. B. Camp Taylor, Ky. schools, and my third year unpainlcu b'ut faccd Police, Camp Funstcn, Kans. British nlrmen hnve dropped moro Reams, Robert, Inf. Co. D. Med. Tr, in rural board ville. Ky. I fee ha my best M West Union hcayy 1)uH(ing papci. which. than' 500 bombs on railway stations, Ooil, CapL J. J., Troop B, 13th Cav., Has, Herbert, Musician, 119th Inf. Camp, Ft. Benj. Harrison, Ind. "I havo Complete airdromes and other military establishSanfordycc, Texas. Baud, Camp Shelby, Hatticsburg, Redden, Scrgt. E. A, Ft. Omaha, reward is in tho thol that makes tho sides air-tigments behind the German lines In done my whole duty." 1 lOlh Inf., Chapman, Floyd, M. G. Co, Miss. ventilating systems havo been in- Flnnders, nnd report the downing of Omaha, Neb Wo teachers should nover forget Camp Shelby, Hatlicsburg, Miss Henibree, George, Officers' Training lleid, Harry B, Aviation Squadron, is supplied'by steam eight hostile machines In combnt with stalled and heat fur a single moment that our work and small stoves. Camp, FL BcnJ. Harrison, Ind. Chnpman, Henry Clay, 19 M. 0. Co, San Antonio, Texas. the loss nf three. a teachers is not for timo only but Camp Shelby, Hatlicsburg, Miss. Heckmnn, Waller W, Asst. Band Richardson, William K, Med. Dept, Thcro aro flvo largo entrances and , ,,ui. ... I .1 a. . for eternity. r Chnstcon, Ernest, 159th U. S. Inf, 15 exits, and tho theater, seating 1111. 11UI1I1, 1IUII . L.UH Ft. Sill, Okla, .lUHlUI, When the7 West Union school is in 3,000 men, may bo emptied in about WAR PLANTS IN MIDDLE WEST Camp Shelby, Haltiesburg, Miss. Hatticsburg, Miss. Rica, Augustus, Battlo Creek Ambu position, the roll 4s, called and each ouo minute, Chaste-enJesse, I89tli U. S. Inf, Billiard, D. Moss, San J'cdro do lanco Corps, Allcntown, Pa. Strategy and Speedy Production Conscripturo Camp Shelby, Hattiosburg, Miss. Roynolds, Taylor, Battlo Creek Am pupil responds with a Maeoris. D. R. Tho stago is 05 feet wide. Tho tained In New Plans Made Known verse. Co.. Billiard, In Washington. Dudley, San Pedro do CVIUK Herman. N. Y. S. buliinco Corps, Allcntown, Pa. lloor of tho auditorium is saucer-shap- ed When the school is ready to lake Newport, R. I. Macoris, I). It. sloping, so every seat Roark, Edward, 37th Inf. Med. Dept, study provides and clear view of tho stage. up tho regular work, they Washington, Jnn. 7. New plnns Caisson Co. 2, H2ht Childs, "Manly," U. S. S. Nebraska, Hook. John n Ft. San Houston, Texas. care Postmaster, Now York City. Train, 37th Div, Robertson, Jackson, Co. C, 23rd U. S, lessons, dato notebooks, and noto Tho seats aro benches fitted with for wnr mnterlnl production will bo Ammunition practical things. Tho board is dated fonifortablo backs, and sections will locnted entirely In the middle West Camp Sheridan, Montgomery, Ala. Clark, Claude, Co. M.&Mst Inf, Camp Eng., Camp Meade, Md. under the policy of the wur departHoffman, Clarcnco, U. S. Aviation Robie, Carroll, Hdqr. Co. 149th Reg, each morning with day of wcoK, bo reserved stf tickets may bo pur ment, which became known. " ISccnuso Jackson, Columbia, S. C. Pupils nro encouraged Corps, Columbus, 0. Clark, Waller. 31 Inf. Med. Dept.,, nand, Camp Shelby, Hattiosburg, month, etc chased in advance Tlio "smilago' of congestion In the east, untapped fain keeping notebooks from tho least Hoffman, Frank, U. S. Aviation Corps, Fort Bliss, Toxas. SQon lQ hQ' paccd on sale cilities beyond the Alleghenles havo Miss Columbus, 0. Collins, Charles, Med. Officer's Y. M. good for all these theaters, ns become necessary to speedy producRobinsoi Charles, Ft. Thomas, Ky. lo the largest will bo Tho following nro tlioso who have well as chautauqua tents. tion for tho present wnr, whtlo sites Hogg, Harvey, Co. D. 2nd Ky. Inf, Robinson, Fred, Hillsboro, 0, R. R. 2 C. A, Fort Oglcthropo, Ga. kept noles each day they havo been Tho motion picturo booth, housing at lenst 200 miles from tho Atlantic Hatticsburg, Miss. Collins, Hobert E, N. II. Sta, Co. 8, Forwnrd. seaboard are regarded ns good stratyear Howard, Richard. U. S. S. Pennsyl- Robinson, James S, Olsl Inf, Co, K, .present rtfor the n. .1 1917, including two machines, is asbestos lined. Tins egy In enso of futuro wars. Norfolk, Va. ' r er .: r.u.e. i areuiw, Ilf-I- .l. wuiuo 8, spring vania, Postmaster, Now York City. Collins. Samuol F, M. 0. T. C, Post ,as nn asboslo3 curlain Light. Charlotte, N. C. Aircraft production, especially, Is be--' ...... ui. tu... um x..u- Howard, Gcorgo, U. S. S. Pennsyl- Rogers, John L, "Over Thoro." Ex, Ft. Oglcthorpo. Ga. (0 thM0 of lug developed In tho middle West. pirects ar(j , ... Cmnbs, Lieut. Sownll. Camp Taylor, vania, Postmaster, Now York City. Rittcr. Henry A, 104th Co. 159th mas Parks All tho pupils dale and t Most of tho training schools for aviaLouisville, Ky. Howard, John, Forward, Birchflold, Depot Brig. 02nd Bn, Camp Tay- write their lessons, b.U some lo0 Tll0 tIieater is place(1 on Ul0 high. tors are In tho West and South. WILIIl. , Complcto satisfaction with tho proKy. Cook, Tom, 108 Field Amb, British nnlut nf cnrmnil In nnnh rnmn lor, Louisville, Ky. gram Is expressed by tho aircraft proHowell, Marcus. U. S. S. Georgo Rust, S. It, 305th M. G. Bat, Co. C, .Children who havo not been ab- Exp. Forces, Franco. c t offl tho ' duction board. sent nt nil aro: Lthcl. Byron and , Washington, Brooklyn, N. Y. Cornell, Jodn, 1st Co. 113th M. P., Camp Upton. N. Y. el braPy bu nPt nd tho Parsons, and Leo Todd. Hylton, Charles, U. S. S. Goorgo Royso, Felix, Hdqr. Co. 330th Inf, Camp Shelby, Hattiosburg, Miss. mak, n h aro nenrl I gmdo by tho Courso of Study and Washington, Brooklyn, N. Y. RAID Cox, Edward O, Co. K, 118th Intl., Camp Taylor, Louisville, Ky. sort of town ccnlor whero largo JAPS REPULSE (Ind it a great help. Hudspeth. Lieut. Ralph W, 333rd Sapp, Claud, U. S. Naval Tr. Camp, Camp Sheridan, Ala. numbers of men gather each ivjght. Tokyo Announces Warships Protected Reg. Supply Co, Camp Taylor, Coyle, True, Syracuse, N. Y. Portland. N. II. Tho tower on top of tho stage loft, British Transports In the Louisville, Ky. Cranco, Lonoy, Camp Taylor, LouisSondlln. Floyd, U. S. S. Nevada, TOPICS FOR COLLEGE SERMONS about 75 feet from tho ground, serves Mediterranean. Lloyd, Camp Sheridan, Hubbard, ville, Ky. MAIN CHAPEL Postmaslor, Now York City. as a signal tower for Montgomery, Ala. Cra in, L. G, 1st Sgt, COth Co, T. II. Sharpo. Dowoy F, 22nd U. S. Aero January 13, tho sermon topic is Tokyo, Jnn. 7. Enemy submarines Hunter, Harry S, Bat. A. 110 U. S. F. Bn, 159 D. B, Camp Taylor. Squadron, Fort Worth, Toxas. Tlio World Gono Wrong Wreck which nttempted to attack British A, Camp McArthur, Waco, Toxas. Settle. Mark, First Machlno Co, Ft. of God's Plan. Tho World Lost in WHOLE WHEAT FLOUR FOR WAU transports convoyed by Japanese warCross, Raleigh, Co. E. Sco. Dept. Reg., ships In the Mediterranean on DecemHunter, Hinlon II, 108 Co, 8th Reg, Camp Sherman, Chilllcotho, 0. BcnJ. Harrison. Ind. Sin." BREAD ber 80 were repulsed, says an anU. S. Marino, Galvoston, Toxas. Creech, Hoy, 53rd Co, Naval TrainJanuary 20, (lie topio is, "To tho Wholo wheat flour is recommendSimpson, Green, Dawilt, Ky. Fornouncement from the Japaneso adlmrie, Lieut. N. A, 30 Coleman St, ing SLntion, Norfolk, Va. ward. World Rescue. Christ tho Savior." ed in war bread becauso whlto flour miralty. The warships were not damLondon, England. Curry, Everett, 5th Co. Del. C. A. C, Shorle, Scrg. Braxton C, Co K, 148th January 27, "How Can I Bo Sav may lie saved by using it. In tho aged. Imrle, Jack, 30 Coleman St, London A. E. F. Franco, via Now York. Inf, Camp Sheridan, Montgomery, ed?" is tho topio. The preacher, tho modem process of milling, only 72 England. Day, Kelloy, Naval Training Station, Ala. Rev. B. II. Roberts. per cent of tho whent grain is used DO YOU POSSESS YOUR 48.76? Isaacs, Lieut. M. J, 320 F. A, Camp Shorlo, Serg. D. C, Co K, 148th Inf., Great Lakes, III. for whlto patent flour. Tho rest is Camp Ky. Taylor, Louisville, CSmp Sheridan, Montgomery, Ala. THINGS DOING AT THE COLLEGE sold Dean. Lieut. William. 330 Inf, nshnin or shorts for stock food. Cash Circulation of Nation CI rows Johnson, Stanloy, Co. No. 15, Paris Simpson, Green, Corpus Christo, Taylor, Louisville, Ky. . DAIRY $680,000,000 In Year, According Whole wheat flour contains 85 per Island, Port Royal, S. C. Dogman, C. 0, Amb. Co. 111. Camp Tlio readers of Tho Citizen will ro- - cent of tho wheat grain Tox, Co. F, 5th U. S. Eng. to Report which Jones, Elam, 21 1 Aero Squad, Park- - Smith. Frederic L, 324 Field Hospi- call tho nrticlo of December 27 on, means that tho supply of wheat can Bovio, Ft. Worth, Toxas. Washington, Jan. 7. Money In cirHeld, Tcnn. Wlllard, Fort Slowart, Dommon, tal, Barracks A. 3, Camp Jackson, "A Wonderful Dlscovory at Bcroa feed moro peoplo if used in this culation In tho United States January lones, Sfmon, Co. II, 10th Inf, Kor Columbia, S. C. Collcgo Dairy" in regard to milking form. Toxas. 1, amounted to ?5,120.424,000, or W8.T0 Benjamin Harrison, Ind. Diamond, Aubroy, Cadot, Squadron Smith, J. W, U. S. Ambulanco Co 22. llio cows threo times a day. This 0 per capita, as compared with 80, Camp Mohawk, Dosoronto, Can. Jenkins, Charle9 N, Supply Co. 35, experiment has been going on now Dix Camp, Trenton, N. J. ono month ago. In the lust 322 Field Artillery, 'Camp Sher- Smith, John, Amb. Corp Co, 310 Camp for ouo month and tho result is such Camp Taylor, Louls-vlll- o, fighting for is a year money In circulation has Dixon, Chester, A country worth man, Chilllcotho, 0. JOSO.OOO.OOO, Ky. Dix, Trenton, N. J. as will siiroly convinco tho most country worth saving for. The Citizen d, OWEN McKEE .....SI aa t. "J Berea College HONOR ROLL s Zr 7, self-gov- in vi ,.. , i 's ca-co- ma-ler- ial Suh-Slalio- na m 1. ,,., Ififor-mntl- ht, 1 TT -8 ij host-Mend- wig-waggi- J5.0S3,-870,00- You Can Go To School Thii Winter If You Think You can Pngo Six. TUB CITIZEN January 10, 1018. MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spence, Farm Demonstrator.and Special Investigator FARMERS' SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE Berea's HOME DEPARTMENT Conducted by Miss Margaret DIzncy, Director of Home Science llio facts as sho shows them lo tu, wo do It lo our own tinhapplncss, Now that tho first great movomont and lo tho unhappinoss of others. towards Food Conservation Is well Miss Illunt's work has boon chiefunder way and every palriolio wo- ly llio clTect of tho mental and nerman is observing her meatless and HOW ABOUT DIGESTION 1 pnlelit's two acres in ca'cli pasluro WEEK ouo wlillo llio other is growing. Seed at tho College of Agrlculturo llio two lots about two or tlirci University of Kentucky weeks opart. Lexington If you liavo clover, plan to givo 1st Door Vocational Schools your sows and pigs clover pasture. Training that adds to your monoy-oarnln- g power, combined with Jan. 29, 30, 31 & Fob. 1, 1918 genoral education. If you liavo young pigs now or At this convention, composed of FOR YOUNG HEN Agriculture, Carpentry, Bricklaying, Printtlio nnmml meetings of llio leading beforo grass comes, sco your local ing, Commerce and Telegraphy. farmers' and breeders organizations merchant and get him to buy you FOR TOUNO LADIES lankago for your pigs. Pigs Homo Science, Dressmakiag, Cooking, of Kentucky, you will meet tho best so Nursing, Stenography and Typewriting. and most progressive farmers of tho must liavo bono and musclo food In State. No farmer who wishes to order to grow. Feed eight parts Berea S Foundation School learn and improvo his farm can af- rorn meal, ono part shorts and onoind Door part tankage, or if no shorts feed ford to miss this event. Gonoral Education for tlioso nt far advanced, combined with aomo Everybody Is Welcome. All Is Froo. nine parts corn meal and ono part vocational training. No mattor what your prosont advancement, Following is tho sclicdulo of tankago. wo can put you with others liko yourself and givo chanco for ro Provide a shelter for sows meetings: most rapid progress. farrowing. Mako a good, warm Tuesday, January 29, 1918. lots of straw. Slop feeding Kentucky Horse, Jack and Mulo bed Door English Academy Course corn ono week beforo farrowing, Hreeders' Association. For tlioso who aro not expecting to teach and who aro not golag feed shorts with littlo lankago. Stale Horticulture Society. thru College ind desiro more general education. 11 also gives Whilo sow is farrowing slay with Wednesday, January 30, 1918. the best general education for thoso who wish a good start in her and seo that no pigs aro mashed Kentucky Dairy Cattle Club. study and expect to carry it on by themselves to death. Feed sow a warm Kentucky Corn Growers' Associa or frozen mash of shorts and keep warm tion. Door Normal School Kentucky Sheep nrccdors' Asso walor by her for three days after This gives the best training for thoso who expect to ioach. farrowing. Gradually increase corn ciation. Courses aro so arranged that young people can teach through tho food until you aro fdeding her a Thursday. January 31, 1918. summer and fall and attend school through tho winter and spring, Kentucky Beef Cattlo Breeder's balanced ration as above. thus earning money to keep right oa in thoir course of study. A shelter should bo provided for Association. Head Dinsmoro's great book, "How to Teach a District School.' Kontnrky Alfalfa Growers' Asso all stock; it saves feed. It pays to they ciation. look after all our'farm animals; Academy Course Door Kenl"ckv Poultry Growers' As- will pay us in return. sociation. This is tho straight road to College best training in Mathematics, Watch out for cholera don't let Frfday, February 1, 1918. Science, Languages, History and all preparatory subjects. Tho it slip in on you I Hogs must help Kentucky Swino Breeders' Asso- win this war. Tho sows, regardless Academy is now Bcrea's largest department. ciation. of age, are ready to volunteer they Kentucky Beo Keepers' Associa- won't have to bo drafted. Let them College Door tion. eiilist by building sheds and pro This is the crown or the whole Institution, and provides standard Handsome Premium Lists for llio viding shelter for tho training or courses in all advanced subjects. Exhibits of Corn, Alfalfa, Dairy Pro- thoir young and getting them ready A Temporary Rait in Board is forced by war condilions. To tho ducts and Women's Work. for war service. regular price of board as advertised in the catalog will bo added this year, for young ladies, ten cents a week, and for young men, twenty INCREASE OF CROPS cents. SEED CORN SUGGESTIONS Since hogs aro going to increase This adds $3.60 to tho year's expenses for girls, and $7io for boys for numbers in 1918, wo must inFarmers should seo to it that thoir still leaves tho cost half that at other schools and "cheaper than crease crops. seed corn is good and will all ger- but staying at home." Suggestions minate. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental fee and room rent Grow from ono to flvo acres of soy Shuck out your corn and select Installments are as follows: by the Irrni, board by tho half term. beans divide tho acreago into small what you think is good seed and lots so as to hog down when they hang it up or spread it out to dry WINTER TERM begin to ripen. Cut rest for hay. later lest it out to seo if it will Expanses for Boyi Buy your soy beans now. Tito sprout. Wrilo to County Agent ACADEMY VOCATIONAL AND Habcrlandt bean is best suited for Spence foe information on testing SCHOOLS COLLItniC AND NORMAL FOUNDATION this section of tho country. seed corn. 5.00 $ 0.00 I 7.00 Incidental Fee Grow from one to ten acres of cow If you have to buy seed corn, bp Room 0.00 . 750 750 peas and divide into lots as soy sure you arc gelling good corn 10.20 1050 1050 Board. 6 weeks beans. Hog cow peas also. 24.10 buy it at once seed corn will bo 23.40 Amount duo Jan. 2, 1918 .... 21.20 Put four acres in corn. At laU searco this year. 1050 1050 Board G weeks, duo Feb. 13... 1050 working, plant two rows of cow '34.00 '33.00 '31.10 Total for Term peas between each row of corn. Expenses for Girls FERTILIZER SUGGESTION When peas begin to ripen, turn your 4 d.0l 5.U0 JaA) incidental Fee sows and pigs in. Weigh them, and All farmers should bo planning now,, COO 751 75 when you take them out woigh them now for fertilizer. Count up that Hoard 9. 9.d 9.60 weeks again. You will find that you have which you need and cooperate with 22.80 2350 Amount duo Jan. 2, 1918.... 20.00 put on more pounds of meat at le3s Farmers' Clubs and nil buy together. 0X50 9.C0 9.00 Board 6 weeks, due Feb. J?... expense than feeding com alone. Try It pays to cooperate. 33,40 32.10 '30.20 Total for Term this. Your. County Agent is ready and This does not include the dollar deposit nor money for Tjooks or Plan for two to four acre3 of rape. very anxious lo help every Club or laundry. Sow about four to six pounds per individual farmer to know what kind aero, last of March or first of April of fertilizer to uso and how to buy Special Expenses in Addition to Incidental Fat Business depends on season. Sow two cooperatively. Fall Winttr Striae Stenography and Typewriting 110X0 112.00 114.00 14-CINCINNATI MARKETS. 1Z-SAVING GASOLINE. 10.00 Bookkeeping (brief course) 5.0V Flour, Hay and Grain. Bookkeeping (regular course) 7.00 8.00 Flour Winter patents $10.70, winter How Autolttt Can Economin on Their Business eourse for students fancy $10.20. do family $9.70, do extras Fuel. ia other departments: $8.70. low grade $S.20, hard patents A writer in the Farm n.ij Fireside 9jOO 10JSO 7.50 Stenography $11.25011.75, hard fancy $10.50011. says : Hay No. 1 timothy $30, No. 2 $29.25 Typewriting, with one hour's "Since the high cost of living has be029.75, No. 3 $28029, No. 1 clover gun Furiously to Include tho price of (100 6.00 use of instrument 7.00 mixed $29029.50. No. 2 $28.50029, No. gasoline I lmvo been pocking to devise Com. Law, Com. Geog, Com. 1 clover $29.50030. 1.60 1JW Arith., or Penmanship, each .. 2.10 Corn Quotations on now: No. 1 ways und means by which n greater mileage can be obtained. A few of my white $1.8501.90, No. 1 yellow $1.85 In no case will special Business Fees exceed $15.00 per term. ,1.99, No. 1 mixed $1.8501.90, white exitrlments liavo proved so successful young man or young woman caa get an education Any ear $MS01.33. yellow ear $1.4801.53. that I will give them for the benefit of yellow ear $1.48 01.53, mixed ear $1.48 other motorists. at. Berea if there is the will to do so. 01.53. "If ono will remember to leave the If it is impossible for any young man or young woman to be cut-oButter, Poultry and Eggs. open when coasting nlnng nn Butter Whole milk creamery illllnHm' ftmifitrv rnnila llm (MiIim mnv in school tho full year, by all means they should enter for a course dur- 53c, centralized croamery extras bo cut off completely without" fear of inS "'o winter and spring terms. GO&c, firsts 4814c, seconds 4Cc, dairy bursting tho muffler. The slight exer-- 1 Tho public schools will close about Christmas and tho teachers fancy 41c. Eggs Prime firsts 60c, firsts C9c, Hon of energy necessary to throw the and advanced pupils should not bo idle through the long winter switch off and on will. In a day's niu- - monlns but should bo studying in Berea whero the best education can ordinary firsts 45c. Live Poultry Broilers, under 2 lbs. nlng, save a considerable amount of be gotten for least money. j 23c; fryers, 2 lbs and over, 23c; roast- fUCj "Driving on puvement and city ing chickens, 4 lbs and over, 20c; Applicants must bring or sand a testimonial showing that thay art fowls, 5 lbs and over. 23c; 3 lbs and ! c" "7 above 15 year, old, in Oood h.alth and of good character. Thla may U . .... over, 21c; under 3 lbs, 20c, roosters. good standing or soma raliahW 17c, moro before the stopping place is reach- - signed by soma former Berea itudant in teacher or neighbor. The usa of tobacco is strictly forbidden. Live Stock. ed. It Is quite unnecessary and harm Cattlo Shippers $9.60 0 13; butcher ful us well to tax the motor with gas, For information or friendly advice write to tha Saaretary, steers, extra $10.50 011 75, good to only to Jam on tho brakes nt the curb & choice $9.50010.25, common to fair $6 moment litter. Tho natural Impetus of MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Ky. 08.50; heifers, extra $10011, good to the car will carry It much farther than ' choice $909.75, common to fair $C0 one realizes. 3.50; cows, extra $809, good to choice "A strong spark may be employed to $707.75, common to fair $5.50 0 6.75, How to Preserve Meat When Hunting How to Label Your Potion Bottle Realcannera $506, Blockers and feedors $t strengthen the motive power of the ly Effectively. It Told by a Hunter. gasoline. drivers too Inexiierlcnced 09.50. Kvery once in awhllo we read or hear Wo cut plenty of meat from both the Hogs Selected shippers often leave their spark lever below Its heavy of somebody who took poison acci$16.50, good to choice packers and point of highest etllclency, thereby over- sheep nnd were busy most of the next dentally, mistaking tho contents of tha butchers $16.60, medium and mixed heating the motor nut! reducing the two days curing for our trophies and bottle for some harmless remedy. In drying meat. Tho sheep and bear skins $16.25016.60, stagi $10013, common speed vulue of the upon throttle. n recent issue of the Popular Science to choice heavy fat sows $10015, light "Through theso and similar simple had to be scrupsl, the fat carefully Monthly there Is described u method, shippers $15 60 016. devices I mu getting an uvcrugo of six removed, the sklu stretched out to dry. simple and practical, to safeguard such Fortunately the weather was clear and teen miles to the gallon." A thin glass tube with a tho sun hot, so that the drying was mlshups. Cell Get Frazzled by Why Your Nerve quickly and well done. We cut a great cork ut the end Is Inserted In the neck Nightfall. deal of both sheep and hour meat Into of the bottle, nnd the usual cork t TVe hear much ubout nerves these hung it on u ruik that we bored to admit the passage of the strips days. One Is nervous, nuotber'H nerve How to Break Yourielf of the Habit of rigged nnd near the tire, where it would other end of the tube. Tho tube thereStammering. nro "on edge." and a third ouo's nervci sun and nlwi receive artltlcl.il fore him a cork at either end. When are "worn to a frazzle." Kxiimlned When you begin to stammer simply catch the the cork that closes the bottle Is with, microscopically, uerves, when well nour. stop speaking for a moment and begin heat as well. Meat dried In this way drawn It forces the tubo with the othished, have tiny food granules la their again slowly. Allllcted ones sny they will lust Indefinitely, mid, though the er cork upward and serves ns a warnflavor Is not miuli to boast of, the cells. From tbeso littlo food granule break the habit by singing whatever ing to stop and examine the contend, the nerves derive their strength. When they want to say as soon as they be- meat Is nourishing nnd goes well In mid if there Is an attempt to draw "mulligans" and similar concoctions. nro used gin to sttiuuicr. General constitutionthrough exertion tho granules For my people nt home I also dried n 'lqulds from the bottle the lower cork np tho uerves nppear shrunken and Ir al treatmtc will help ulso. few pounds of both sheep and bear nil! drop Into tho neck of the bottle regular In outline. They need foul, Hid prevent It. When the, contents of meat nccordlng to Dr. Ilomaday's xygen nnd rest to till them up ngalu. Ipc that Is, I first nibbed on the raw '.ho bottle lire to be used purposely tha Ridicule and Rumor. The nervo cells of bees wero tested tube Is pushed Inward, ttiiw forcing as an experiment. In tho morning, be The chief difference between ridicule meat a mixture of black pepper, all- .be cork up out of the way. they bopun their dally work of nnd genuine humor Is Hint ridicule Is spice and salt, after which I dried the fore strip In tho sun. l'util I.. Ilaworth In Eutherlng honey, they wero large and Prllt. ,,iid humor Is kind. Itldlcule full with many littlo food granules. In shows luck of understanding und con- Bcrlbner's Mnrazlne. Tho Furrow of Life. Uio afternoon, alter a busy morning, sequent lock of tolerance. Humor, by In plowing the furrow of Ufa But Not Quite. outthey were smnllor. Irrefulnr of menus of iiiiilerstmidliia, becomes "Fnther, what Is a glutton?" "A straight, you may'plow some flowers line, und here und there wero tlnv holes The really great humorists are Clutton Is a growu man who can eat under, but you'll plow lots of vermin hud been used up grout huiiitiultiiriiins. d where Kxchnnge. almost as much as a kiuuII boy." Ufa. out. Exchange. be-fo- 3rd Berea's 4th Berea's 5th Berea's Preparatory 6th Berea wlicatlcss days, with less sugar and less fat than usual, let us turn our attention to another sldo of tho food question. After tho proper food has been chosen, and cooked, all is not dono In insuro good health. Many articles aro written on tho effect of an set table, on tho nppotilo, indeed many more articles aro written on that than on llio "attracllvo" frame of mind ono should cat in. If having a spotless tablo cloth and n beautiful center plcco on tho tablo means llio sacrillco of tho temper and patienco of tho mother then that mother is not dealing justly with her family. No family can really get from a meal nil tho nourishment thero is in tho food unless it can liavo n good timo whilo eating. This is not theory. In Chicago University llicro is n very wonderful littlo woman who Is . i. una doing n great nai oi worn niong ii.... serving her line. Miss Hlunl is in n very unusual way. She K, through hours of hard work and years of observation giving lo us sumo facts which should vitally ef fect our eating. If wo ilisregard her wiirk and attempt lo do away with .i.i en vous condition on tho different digestive Juices: fear and anger effect immediately tho How of gastric Juice in llio stomach. Tho gaslrlo Julco is 'most Imporlnnt lo Iho digestion of our food, and anything affecting its llnw will effect In direct proportion mr general health. Which Is more important to do teach your children good lablo manners by making I hem angry or afraid of you or givo (hem a chanco at good digestion ? If for somo act at tho tahlo tho chihl is sent away, cither in fear or nnger you liavo probably lost for him nil tho bcnill of that men!. If you discuss all tho family sins and nl tho lablo yui run a chnncn of Jiarmlng your own body nnd thoso of your family. Doctor Carlson, in n lltjjo book which ho has written on "Control of Hunger," gives somo very interesting I'xperments mado upon dogs and cats, showing the effect of fear and anger on digestion. Either ono, upon being constantly excited meal after meal, soon develops a disposition so hateful ami Irritable that oven Urn person who brings tho food is bltlei and scratched. Now if your children nro cross wliasn fault is it ? short-comings HOW To Preserve Fruit Without Using Any Sugar T7MIU1T for use In pie or salads ni as stewed fruit can bo put up or X1 caniicd without tho use of any sugar at nil, nccortllng to the canning specialists of tho agricultural department at Washington. They therefore adrlso those who. becuuso of tho high price of sugar, hnro been thinking of mum tin .i.i i.irnuglioiit life, the greater iiuinl'er found mining tho Nc grllo youth is no doubt due to a different e In size of Individuals. As the body grows the skin afen Increases and thugjands liecnmo-mor- e It Is evident Hint "00 sweat glands will pour out nearly 27 per cent moro perspiration than will GM. Therefor then? will be 27 per cent more cvaporn. Hon, and so the Negrito Is comparatively comfortable In n tropical heat that the white man lluds almost unbearable. How to Cure an Attack of Choking Without Doctor. Choking is one of the most uncomfortable of seiisntioim imd If It continues long enough Is very dangerous. If the foreign body that cnuses tho choking lodges Imck of the pharynx It obstructs tho isussngo to the lungs and causes the sufferer to get blue, gnsi-anthe eyes to bulge out, and If not soon removed death will ensue. If, on the other hand, tho substance iKiiwes on Into the gullet and sticks It will cause a great dilDculty In swallowing, but no cough or dllllculty In breathing. Tho old treatment of slapping such n sufferer rn the buck Is an excellent one, as this often helps to dlslodgo the trouble. If the foreign body Is In the pharynx or bm-- pnrt of the mouth It can Ik often dislodged iy pushing with the linger, or If this Is unsuccessful It causes vomiting, which may bring It nut of the throat. How Water May Be Run Noiatleatly For a Bath. In mmilng water for u bath the ruslt of water Is apt to disturb occupants of the house who may lie sleeping. If tho hour Is especially early or late. the noise slip the bath spiny over the funcet. The water will flow quietly and oulte ns rapidly. If you have or hath pruy mii.Tle with a towel and water "vlll go through It. To-nvo- dlHred. reducing the amount of fruit they put up, to cau as much of their surplus as possible, by the use of boiling water when sugnr sirup Is beyond their means. Any fruit, they say, may be successfully sterilized and retained In tho pack by simply adding boiling water Instead of tho hot sirup. Tho use of sugar, of course. Is desirable in the cunning of all kinds of fruits nnd makes n better nnd ready sweetened product Moreover, roost of tho fruits when canned In water nlono do not retain their natural tlavor, texture nnd color as well as fruit put up In sirup Fruit canned without sugar to bo used for sauces or desserts must be sweetened. Can the product tho Kama day It picked Is the direction. Cull, stem or seed, and dean tho fruit by placing It In n strainer and pouring water ovei It until It Is clean, l'ack the product thoroughly In glass Jars or tin cant until they nro full. Use tho handle of a tablespoon, wooden ladle or tablf. knlfu for packing purpose, theso InI Tour over the structions declare. fruit boiling water from a kettle, place rubbers and caps lit position, partially seal If using glass Jars, seal completely If using tin cans. Place tho containers In a sterilizing vat, such ns a wash boiler with fafso bottom, or oth er receptacle Improvised for tho purpose. If using n hot water liatb outfit process for thirty minutes, count time after the water has reached tho iKitllng point; tho water must cover tho high est Jar In container. After sterilizing gla"3s Jars, wrap lo remove packs, paper to present blenching and store In n dry. cool place. If you are canning In tin cans It will Improvo the prod tut. those Instructions say, to plunge the cans quickly Into cold water Immediately after sterilization When using a steam pressure cnuuei Instead of the hot water bath sterilize for ten minutes with Ave pounds of Never allow the steam pressure. pressure to go over teu pounds. 1 00 . able-bodi- ox-tr- How to Move a Trunk Eajlly. In fiery homo txcnslon arises when a heavy trunk or chest Is to Is) moved from ono place to another. It often Is n hack breaking tusk which the avcr-ng- o housewife prefers deferring until the homecoming of her husband nt night. PoiiUlar .Mechanics suggests rt menus by which two women or even n woman mid n child can uiovo the heaviest trunk with very little effort. Simply place a broom under ouo end, and with one person guiding It the other mn rnsll) draw the trunk across tho floor, the Mppery broom straws act-tins A sled g THE WHITE RACES. Why They Are Unable to Colonize the Troplee. One reason and a most Important one why white rucea are uiiohlo to colonize the tropin, dying; out Inevitably In a cencrutlou or two, Is that tlioy lmvo not enough tweut glands. The i it sweat glands are the refrigerating apparatus of the liody. They draw water from the blood and pour It out upon the surface of tho skin, where Its evaporation keeps the temperature of the body down. That is why wo make a person with a fover (ersplre profusely. It lowers the temperature. In drawing off the water the sweat glands draw off also many Impurities from tho blood, but their most Important function is the regulation of the tempera turo of the blood. Two UulvcrMty of Chicago students, Elbert Clark and llushkln II. I.lamon mado a count of the sweat glands In tho several races in the Philippine Is lauds. This they have JUBt published. Their report shows that for every square centimeter of the skin nren on tho lingers white Americans flavo sweut glands, American negroes have 607, Filipinos 053. Moros 081, adult Ne grltos 700, Hindus 733 and Negrito youths and children 050. As all tbu sweat iduuds uro fully formed at birth and thejr number re HOMEWARD BOUND. I appear the lady lifts her klrt. licr skirt will aland but little lirtln'i The fet lali In the naasel tarts to ililftln' Ker fear that he will a: It u Utile dirt. You'd think thft It was checkers no was playln', move. Ftr ev'obodx ecmi to make a ttiey are An' t'n litJT the thlnca thet WHi:N 1 I know a)tif a prove orklil'inan they don't 1 ap- Ttr I'm ne parlor ornament,uponguess.trot-le- y When A I come rldln' home the iawmlll carrUae may he tine; but. trolly' It liu't noted for Us cleanllneM. from the There's always mud niftier, There's slwayi (awiluit floutln In the ulr. you can't stop There's always crtaso-ti- ul to fleurr you look er pause to comb your On how hair should worry trmn at twlllglrt home t It ain't hurry There's some one sweeter waltln' at the gate; There's some one. when I'm com In home, to meet me. Though dudes an' tames away from me may crawl. There's some one with a smile an' kiss to greet me. Per ahe appears to Ilka me, dirt an' sill DoukIbs Malloch la American Tes, fancy people puss me up of lute) Hut. thouith line feather shun iu. I fr Time is Your Fortune Don't Waste it! Jruiimry 10, 1018. THE CITIZEN "What you Wantr "I'm not coming in, Willie," said his "1 Just wanted to know I mother. thought maybe you were looking out Breathless, William flung open his door, seized the hat, racketed down tho stairs nnd out through the front door, which he left open behind him. Right seconds Inter he returned at a gallop, hurtled up the stairs and Into his room, emerging Instnntly with some thing coucenled under his coat. Mrs, Baxter sighed and went to a window In her own room nnd looked out. William was already more than halfway to the next corner, where there was a car linn thnt ran to the station, but the distance was not too great for Mrs. Baxter to comprehend tho nature of tho symmetrical white parcel now carried In his right hand. Her faco became pensive ns she gnzed after tho flying slender figure. There enmc to her mind the recollection of n boy who hod brought a 's box of candy a small one, like to the station once, long ago, when she lind been visiting In another town. For Just n moment sho thought of that boy she had known so many years ago, and n smllo came vngucly upon her Hps. Sho wondered what kind of a woman he hnd married and how many children he had and whether ho wns a widower The fleeting recollection passed. Sho turned from the window and shook her head, puzzled. "Now, whore on earth could Jane nnd tlist little Klrstcd girl hnvo gone?" she murmured. At the station William, descending from the street car, found thnt he hnd ltcnssurcd of six minutes to spare, so much by the great clock In the station tower, he entered the building and, with calm nnd dignified steps, crossed the Inrgo waiting room. Those calm and dignified steps were taken by feet which little betrayed the of the knees above them. He made sure that the person he sought was not In the waiting room. Therefore be turned to the doors which pave admission to the tracks, hut before be went out he paused for an Instant of displeasure. Hard by the door stood it telephone booth, nnd from Inside this booth a little girl of nine or trn wns peering engerly out nt William, her eyes Just above the lower level of the glass window In the door. liven n prospect thus curtailed revealed her as n smudged nnd dusty little girl. To William she suggested nothing familiar As his glance happened to encounter hers the peering eyes grew Instantly brighter with excitement. She exposed her whole countenance nt the window nnd Impulsively made a face nt him. Three second Inter the dusty faced little girl nnd her moue were sped ut terly from William's mind. For as the doors swung together behind him he snw Ml Pratt. There were no gates nor Iron barriers to obscure the view. There was no train shed to darken the nlr. She-- wns nt some dls tnnce. perhaps 2(V feet, along the tracks, where the sleeping cars of the long train would stop. Hut there she stood, mlstnknble for no other on this wide earth. Page Sovcn. SUNDAY SCHOOL Lesson 3 First Quarter, ary 20, 1918. Janu- HANDICRAFT FOR GIRLS By DOROTHY PERKINS Seventeen A Tale of Youth and Summer Time and fAe Baxter Family, Especially William THE INTERNATIONAL SERIES 1 WWWM by (Copyright, HARMLE88 A. Neely Hall.) PRANKS FIRST. FOR APRIL Text of the Leaton, Mark 12144 Nobody objects to bolng fooled on Memory Verte, Ql. 6:2 Golden Text, John, 0:4 Commentary Pre- April first, providing tho prank Is free from every clement ot danger that pared by Rev. D, M. Otertrns. might result In personal Injury or damago of somo ort BOOTH TARKINGT0N This lesson might ho entitled, "Some During the carl) morning, the clock of llio Words nmt Works of Jesus Is probably tho most looked upon obCopyright, int. 1911, by UetropollUa Magaitne. Christ," nnd tlio OoUlcu Text should bo ject In the house. Therefore, If It develops an extra pair of hands over as true of his followers ns of himself, for ho said to his father, "As thou hnsl night, tho abnormality is not likely scut me Into the world, even so huva I to cscapo anyone. CHAPTER XXI. clock, Figure 1 shows a also sent them Into tho world," and Th Lilt 8d Rites. and Fig. 2 how the extra minute hand after his resurrection ho said to his opened tho box of disciples, "An my futhcr hnlh sent me, and plnced the letter even so send I you." (John 8 ; i!0- the top layer of choc21. ) As to his own words nnd works Upon the letter be olates. he nnhl, "The words thnt I speak unto placed a small photograph, wrapped In you I spenk not of myself; but the tlssuo paper, of himself. Then with a that dwcllcth In me, ho docth the pair ot scissors he trimmed an oblong works." (John 12:40.7); 14:10.) When of white cardboard to lit Into the box. Upon this piece of enrdboard ho laborithercforo wo rend In lesson verses 21, 22, thnt he taught them ns ono Hint ously wrote, copying from a tortured. Inky sheet before him: lind nuthorlty. wo see why; nnd wo should Iny to henrt 1 Pet 4:11, "If In Dream nny limn spenk, let him spenk ns tho Hy WILLIAM S. BAXTER. ISx. 4:12; orncles of God." See also The sunset Unlit Fades Into night Jer. 1:7 0; 1'hlL 2:13; Col. 1:20. nut never will I forget In the rest of our lesson chapter we The smile that haunts me yet see him casting out demons, healing nil Through the future tour long years I hope you will remember with tear milliner of diseases, nnd even leprosy, Whate'er my rank or station ns It Is written In Matt. 4:2.1, "And Whltat receiving my education Jesus went nhout nil Galileo, teaching Though far away you In their synagogues, and preaching thu I would see thee In dream. 00' li Gospel of the Kingdom, and hcnllng alt Ho plnced his poem between the photnnnner of sickness nnd all manner of tograph and tho letter, closed the box disease among the people." In Matt. and hour hand are cut out of black and tied the tissue paper about it 6 to 7 wc hnva tho laws or 'life of the paper. Pasto the hands In place. again with the bluo rlblxiu. Through, kingdom, nnd In Matt. 8 and 0 ns In towere rites both In One of the most surprising and an out these rltes-th- ey day's tcsson some samples of kingdom noying things for father or mother spirit and In mnnner he wus subject health, for when tho kingdom comes to discover Is a fresh crack across to little- - cntchlngs of the breath, halt the Inhabitant shall not say, "I am sick tho corner of one of the large panes gulp, half sigh. Hut the dolorous tok nnd the people that dwell therein ot window class. You can make a ens pnsod. and he sat with elbows shall be forgiven their Iniquity." (Isa. perfect Imitation of a broken window i upon the table, bis chin upon his hands, &1:24.) pane by gluing a piece ot cotton reverie In his eyes. Perhaps be was helped too by wonto tho glass In tho manner It seems strange thnt while men do not know this Holy One of God, the Indicated In Fig. 3. Put only a touch dering what Miss Pratt would think demons know him (vs. 21, 34). It Is ot glue hero and there, where youl of him when she read "In Dream" on written, "The demons believe nnd mako a turn with mo string. I nave the train that afternoon. For reasons tremble" (Jos. 2:10) It Is still true never known this deception to fall, purely Intuitive and decidedly without even when the person examining tho thnt men, women nnd children nre possessed by evil spirits, and window has stood but thrco feet away. Quite as startling as the "broken" blamed for what the evil spirits say and do through them. To bring them window pane Is the sight of an overto Jesus would be better than finding turned Ink bottle upon one's writing-desk- . The ink bottlo used In this fault, with them, for he Is still the Kama Jesus, nnd as able to cast out demons as when on earth In his humiliation. Hut we must remember, ns we saw In last week's lesson, thnt the kingdom has not como yet, nnd kingdom conditions can only be by special grace, nnd forcshndowlngs of tho future. As to his nuthorlty (vs. 22, 27) he Is In the place of nil power nt the father's right hnnd, and when we arc y renlly and hero for Mm nnd his n (To Irs, we mny hear him ny, "Concerning the work of my hands command yo me." (Isa. 45:1.1). Les Introduco us to the 8on verses homo of Simon I'ctcr whoso wife's mother lay hick of n fever. It wns n poor time to bring company home I Would So from church, some might hnvo thought Thee In Dream. nnd sntd; hut as no remarks nre re foundation In fact be was satisfied that corded from refers wife on this occn prank must be empty, of course, and slon, we may suppose thnt she wns tho split Ink must bo represented by no rival farewell poem would be offerglnd to see her husband's friends even n piece of black paper placed so as to ed her, and so It may Ih that he though her mother Avns sick. If sho extend up to tho mouth of tho bottle. thought "In Dream" might show her You will liavo tho Job ot cleaning up at Inst In one blaze of light "lint her did not entertain nngels by her hos eyes had sometimes (lectltigly Intimatr pltnllty, sho received the Lord who has after playing the prank, but novcr mind tho ed she did pcrvelvo In part the difthousand of thousands ministering to lttm, nnd she must surely have been work, you will havo" had your fun. ference between William and such cv roller eryday, rather well meaning, fairly glad nil her days, and to this present Toko down tho window-shadtime, nnd forever, because of him who from its fixtures, unroll tho shado, good hearted pcoplo as Joe llullltt, and came to her home thnt day. Immedi- scatter paper over tho unrolled por- Wallace Hanks. Johnnie Watson read ately, ns ho took tho sick ono by thu tion (Fig. Cl, then roll It up again, and others. Yes, when she cuuio to in Dream" and to "look back upon It hand, sho was well, perfectly well, no replace tho roller In. its fixtures. or brother may bo greatly i ll" she would surely know-- nt lost! Father slow nnd gradual recovery, and helped loug And then, Peter's wife to minister to her visitors. excited upon Bcelng a stick appar- years while when the future four receiving his education Seo Ileb. 13:2, and compare the story ently running right through the crown hat (Fig. 7), but lind passed be would go to her. He of his cvcry-dnIn Gen. 18. would go to her. and she would take pcoplo were this prank docs no damage in tho What multitudes of least, because the upper end of tho blm by the band and lead him to her xnndo glad, nnd homes made hnppy, thnt evening, by him who Is the source stick is sawed oft (Fig. 8), and only father and say, "Father, this Is Wilof nil health nnd happiness and penco a necdlo runs through the bat crown, liam." Hut William would turn to her, and, nnd Joy, who will Anally banish nil sor- to Join tho two pieces. Tho fluttercr shown In Figs. 9, 10 with the old dancing light In his eyes, row, nnd crying, nnd pnln, nnd denth No nnd 11 may bo mailed In duo time to "No, Lola," ho would say," "not Wilfrom the wholo earth (vs. liam, but Icklc Hoy Hitxter. Always slept after tho labors of such doubt he and always Just that for you, oh, my evening, for his body wns n day-nndear!" mortal nnd ho wns often weary, and on And then, as In story nnd film nnd ono occasion wo find him sleeping In farco and the pleasnnter kinds ot tho midst of n great storm. In the drama, her father would say, with morning, a great whllo beforo day, ho kindly raillery, "Well, when you two was awuy In n solitary place, In comyoung pcoplo get, through you'll find munion with his Father, for that was me In the library, wbereI have a mora to him than might elso (vs. 35) pretty good business proposition to nnd It should bo so to us nlso. Simon lay before you, young man." nnd tho others having found him, nnd And when tho white walstcoated. told him thnt in nny wero seeking him, white sldehurned old liinii had, chuckhis reply wns, "Let us go Into tlio next ling, left the room William would slowtowns for therefore camo I forth." Wo would nuiye ly lift his arms, Hut should consider whether wo nro ever baclf from blm a ste only a step ministering to tho same people, or and after laying a linger archly upon reaching new rcople. her Hps to check him, "Wult. sir," sho In his Journcylngs n leper camo to would say. "I hnvo n question to ask him with great faith saying, "If thou you, sir." wilt thou canst make mo clean." Ho "What question, Lola?" surely believed that nothing was too "This question, sir," she would rehard for such' n wonder worker (Jer. ply: "In all that summer, sir. so long 02:17, 27; Gen. It :11), nnd ho was not ago, why did jou never tell nie what disappointed. Tho great henrt of be first. Dy having received on heavenly compilation put forth his It come by mallApril suspicion will be you wero until 1 bad gone uuuy nnd no It wns too late to show jou what I hand nnd touched him, saying, "I will, arousod. The fluttorer consists of felt? Ah, Ickle Hoy Baxter. I never bo thou clean," nnd Instantly tho leper pieces ot papor, folded understood uutll two rollod-ulooked back upon It o was cleansed. We can scurcely ty a rubber-band- . all after 1 hud rend in Dream' on thu Joy of deliverance from such over, and connected tho "April Foci!" upon tho pieces. train that day! 77ini kmwt" n living death; and wo should surely Letter "And now. Loin?" William would say Twist tho papers In opposite directrust tho Lord to gtvo us hearts of rubber-banla twisted Do you uudcrstuud lue noief" compassion for tho multltudo of lepers tions, until the very tight. Then place between the Shyly she would udvaijce the one In tho world today. Wo send money to ot note paper, slip short step she hud put between them, Miss Mury Heed In India every month folds ot a sheet envelope, paper Into an and seal, whllu he. with lifted, yearning arms, for her work among the lepers, nnd nro the this time destined to no dUupiioIut-men- t caring for many leper men, und address, stamp, and mall. also Upon removing the paper from the pawomen, and children of leprous nvelopo, the At so vital u moment did Mrs. .Hux-'e- r rents, through tho society, giving somo very lively fluttorer will Jump about Is untll the rubber-banknock ut his door and consoling physlcnl comforts und bringing them person reentirely unwoundT unto tho GospoJ. Wo need tho compassion-at- o ceiving It will bewhen the read the reverie ceuso to ministersacred William. able to box out Ho sturted, placed the henrt of Jesus for all tho suffering "message." of sight and spoke grullly. and shephcrdless oucs la all tho world. four-hande- d 17-1- WILLIAM fa-th- of tho window nnd noticed where thoso children wont Jane and that little girl from across the street Klrstcd, her name must be." "No; I did not." "I Just wondered," Mrs. Ilaxtcr said timidly. "Genesis thinks he henrd the little ICIrsted girl telling Jane she had plenty of money for car fare. He thinks they went somewhere on a street car. I thought maybe you no ticed wheth" "I told you I did not." "All right," she anld plncatlvcly. "I didn't niciin to bother you, dear." Following this thcro was a silence, but no sound of receding footsteps In dicated Mrs. llnxtcr's departure from the other side of tho closed door. "Well, what you want?" William shouted. "Nothing-nothi- ng at nil," snld tho compasilonnto voice. "1 Just thought I'd hnvo lunch a little Inter than usual, I Is, ell. not till half past thought probnbly you meant to go to the station to seo Miss Pratt off on tho 1 o'clock train," "How'd you find out she's going at 1 o'clock?" "Why why, Jane mentioned It," Mrs. Baxter replied, with obvious timidity. "June snld" She was Interrupted by the loud, desperate sound of William's fist smiting his writing table, so sensitive wns his condition. 'Tills unbearable!" he cried. "Nobody's business Is safe from that child!" "Why, Willie, I don't see how It matla-Just Temperance (Conducted motes88 g by tho National Woman's Christian Temperance union.) ters ira wrap-plng-twl- ' oft-tim- 5 whole-hcnrtcdl- 20-3- paper-showe- y He uttered a cry. "No! Nothing mnttcrs! Nothing matters at all! Do you s'poso I want that child, with her Insults, discussing when Miss Pratt Is or Is not going a way? Don't you know there are some things that have no business to be talked about by every Tom, Dick and Harry?" "Yes, dear," she snld, "I understand, of course. Jane only told me she met Mr. Parcher on the street, and he mentioned thnt Miss Pratt was going at 1 o'clock todny. That's all I" "You say you understand." he walled, shaking hU bend drearily at the closed door, "and jet, even on such a day as this, you keep talking! Can't you see sometimes there's times when a person can't stand to" "Yes, Willie," Mrs. Huxtcr Interposed hurriedly. "Of eohrse! I'm going now. I have to go hunt up those children, anyway. You try to be buck for lunch at half past 1, nnd don't worry, dear You renlly will be all right." He went to his mirror and, gazing long, long and piercingly at the William there limned, enncted almost unconsciously a little scene of parting. The look of suffering upon the mirrored face slowly altered. In Its place came one still sorrowful, but tempered with sweet Indulgence. He stretched out his hand ns If he set it upon a head at nhout the height of his shoulder. "Yes, It may mean It may mean forever," ho said In a low, tremulous voice. "I.lttlo girl, we must be brave." And the while his eyes gazed Into the mirror they beenmo expressive of a momentary pleased surprise, ns If even In the arts of sorrow he found himself doing befter than he knew. Hut his sorrow was none the less genuine because of that. Then he noticed the Ink upon his forehead and went away to wash. When he returned he did un unusual thing he brushed his coat thoroughly. removing It for this special purpose. After thnt he earnestly combed nnd brushed his hair and retled hfs tie. Next he took from u drawer two clean He plnced one In his handkerchiefs. breast pocket, part 'of the colored border of the handkerchief being left on exhibition, nnd with the other he enre Finally he fully wiped his shoes. sawed It back and forth across them and, with a sigh, languidly dropped It upon the floor, where It remained. Returning to the mirror, be again If THE ALCOHOL AOE. 'What Is the matter with the world?" nsked Dr. Charles Gilbert Davis, noted surgeon of Chicago, In n thought-arrestinarticle In the Illinois Issue. Ills nhswer Is, "A thou sand years of alcoholic saturation." "All life should cvoltite," ho says; "alcohol produces evolution. Take tho largest nnd finest breed of dogs the Great Dane, for example nnd for three or four generations feed them dally n little alcohol nnd what Is tho result? What was previously n large, noble nultnnl will dctcrlornto Into n snnpplng, snarling, fighting, almost hnlrless, Inslgnlflcnnt llttlo cur. And. yet we feed men on this lethal poison for thousands of years and then wonder why we hnvo disease, postllcnco. Insanity and war. "In this dawn of tho twentieth cen tury It may be truthfully nfllrtned thnt tho aggressive war brain Is tlio brnln that directly, or Indirectly through heredity, has been poisoned by alcohol. The nlcohollc brnln cannot evolve those emotions of the human soul thnt make for pc,nce. We may talk pence, legislate for peace, nnd mnkc penco trentles, but wnrs will never cense till the brnln Is freed from tho corroding effects of alcohol. "One thousand years from now tho hlstorinn will record the events of todny and clnsslfy them under the general hcfidlng, 'The Age of Alcohol.' It will bo pathetic but Interesting literature." BREAD OR BEER, sir Alfred Booth, chairman of tho f!iinnni Ktcnmsbli) line. wns. when tho war begun, neither n prohibitionist nor a total abstainer. Kariy in iuiu ne startled Great Britain by declaring thnt "the trnnsnort problem demands prohibition until the wnr Is over." "I am not thinking of the temperance slue of the question," he snld, "wo havo got beyond that now. I am tinnKing or tho iipmnnd which the trade makes up on the services of our ships, our nnd carts, and our labor." He denounced the. use by the breweries nnd distilleries of thousands or. ions of coal mined nnd sent to them every other produce week, the bnrley-an- d carted nnd hauled by rail to the brewery, brought back ngnln nnd distributed to the consumer. "If wo nro to maintain our armies In the field, wo shnll before very long have to choose between brend or beer." rnll-wn- MOTHERING THE SOLDIERS. The W. C. T. U. has opened many recreation rooms for the soldiers. Tho homesick men who flock to them do not fnll to express their gratitude for the cheery welcome nnd tho homey atmosphere they find In theso places. To tho matron nt the Vooms In Washington, D. C, n poem wns presented by young Kobert B. Lee, grandson of tho great Southern general, ns nn expression of his feelings. Tlio Inst stanza runs thus: When slde.by side we tnko our chance, To live or die in bloody France. For right nnd you : Then never fear, you here nt homo Thnt we'll forget, where'er wo roam. The W. C. T. U. THE WORKINGMAN'S BURDEN. Every worklngmnn cnrrles on his The laborer back n nonproducer. whp pays his bills is charged n higher prlco to cover the loss the storekeeper sustains by failure of tho drinking man to pay what he owes. When crime Is committed or n family Impovof Its erished by the natural support, the cost appears on tho tax bill of the rann who labors. Jobs nro mndo by tho consumption of products, nnd if money is not spent for booze, It will ho spent for other things which must bo produced by labor. From tho Cyclopedia of Temy ThereWas a Downy Shadow His Upper Lip. Upon fig-a- re brushed bis balr. Ho went so far this time as to brush his eyebrows, which seemed not much altered by the operation. Suddenly ho was deeply af- 32-31- ). p 1 lnin-gln- There she stood n glowing little In the hazy September sunlight, her bnlr on amber mist under the ndor-abl- e little bat, a small bunch of violets fected by something seen lu the glass. at her wulut, a larger bunch of fra"Hy George!" be exclaimed nloud. grant bnt .ess expensive sweet pens in Seizing a small baud mirror, he roses right her right hand, half a dozen pink In placed it In Juxtaposition to his In her left, her llttlo dog Floplt tho eye and closely studied his left profile a one pound box as exhibited In the larger mirror. Then crook of one arm and of the other of candy In the crook he examined his right profile, subject-luIneffable, radiant, starry, she stood! It to a like scrutiny, emotional, yet Near her also stood her young hostess attentive nnd prolonged, Watson "Hy Georjjo!" lie exclaimed again. and Wallace Hanks, Johnnie and Jee llullltt, three young gentlemen "By George!' There In a condition of solemn tensity. Miss He bad made a discovery. was a downy shadow upon his upper Parcher snw Wllllum ns ho emerged lip. What ho had Just found out was from the station building, nnd sho waved her parasol lu greeting, attractthat this down could bo seen projecting beyond tho line of his Up, like a ing the attention of tho others to him, so thnt they all turned and stared. tiny nimbus. It could be seen lu proSeventeen sometimes finds it embarfile. rassing, even in a state of deep emo"Hy George I" William exclaimed. He was still occupied with the two tion, to wnlk 200 feet or thereabout mirrors when his mother again tapped toward a group of people who steadAnd softly upon his door, rousing blm as fastly watch tho long approach. from a dream, brief but engaging, to when the watching group contains the lady of nil tho world beforo whom tho heavy realities of that day. one wishes to nppear most debonair, "What do you want now?" "I won't conio In," said Mrs. Baxter. and contains not only her, but several rivals who, though fairly good hearted, "I Just came to see." might hardly bo trusted to neglect '.hat?" "f "I wondered I thought perhaps you such an opportunity to murmur someNo, it canneeded something. I kuew your watch thing Joculur about ono not be said that William appeared to was out of order" be wholly without self consciousness. "F'r 'evun's sake, w hat If It Is?" In fancy he hnd prophesied for this She offered a murmur of placatlve laughter as her apology and said: moment something utterly different, lie hud seen himself parting from her, "Well, I Just thought tl'd tell you the two alone as within a cloud. He g perance. "Tho pen Is mightier than the sword I" "Isn't It nbout time tho Ink got n llttlo of tho credit?" Judge. The Third Party. d because, If you did Intend going to tho station, I thought you probably wouldn't want to miss It and get there too lute. I've got your hat here, all nicely brushed for you. It's nearly twenty mluutes of 1, Willie." "What?" "Yes, It is. It's" She hud no further speech with him ilKtires, not even Miss Pnrchor's. Into th's picture Porting Is the most dramatic moment In young l ve. nnd If there Is ono time when tlif lover wishes to present a lofty but gnveful upiieiirnnce It Is at the Inst To leave with tho loved ono, for recolliH tlon a final picture of manly dignity In mo row -- that, abovo all things, is the h.vei s desire. And yet, even at the beginning of William's 200 foot advance later so much discussed, ho felt the beat surging over his ears, as lie took off tils hat. thinking to to M!ss Pnrch-er- , wave It Jurnlilj he made but an uncertain gesture of it, so that he wished ho had not tried It. Moreover, he hud covered less than a third of tho distance when ho becamo aware thnt all of the group were staring at him with unaccountable eagerness and bad begun to laugh. William felt certain that his attlro was in no way disordered nor In Itself had seen himself gently placing his a cause for laughter. All of these peobox ot candy In her hands, somo of ple had often seen him dressed as ha his fingers Just touching somo of hers was today and had preserved their and rctnnln.'ng thus lightly In contact gravity. But in spite of himself be to tho very last. He had seen himself took off his hat again and looked to bending toward the sweet blond head see If anything about It might explain to murmur the few Inst words of slm tills mlrtb, which at his action Inpie eloquence, while her eyes lifted In creased. Nay, tho laughter began to mysterious appeal to his. And ho had be shared by strangers. put no oi. .0i V TheSurest Preparation is School Training I Pago Eight. THE CITIZEN aro holding a protracted meeting nt Otis Isaacs and others Vincent. left New Year's Day for Heron whoru they will enter school. Following are Hip deaths that hnvo occurred In (his community slnco Now Ycnr's Day: Alfred Kversole, on lho lib, after a brief illness of heart trouble; mi the nth. Waller Ilohlnson, of tuberculosis; on lho 7lh, Amanda Spi-vp- y, of rnnt'pr. The bereaved families hnvp our sympathy. Year right by subscribing for lho best weekly paper published In Eastern Kentucky Tho Citizen. Christmas passed off very quietly here not much drinking and no disturbance of any kintlv K, F. Harris has accepted a position with our local paper Tho Times as printor and reporter. Mrs. T. Powell of Un- -i u Hall spent Tuesday with Mrs. II. M. Curtis. Henry Withers of Mlddletnwn, 0, was hero Thursday on U. S. legal business. Grant Bakor will succeed Charles Wolch as magistrate from tho Vaughn's Mill DistrictsI). II. Daniel of this placo will succeed Judge Knox today as County Judge. Ho Is tho 11 rat Democrat to he jlected In Powell In eight j ears. Mrs. Chas. Nelson anil daughter returned to their homo at Cincinnati Sunday, after spending tho holidays with relatives on Hard-wick- 's Creek. Miss Bcssio Curl Is relumed lo Berca Tuesday after a pleasant visits with her father, B. F Curtis, anil other relatives: sho will college for lho winter term. Oscn Harnett, of Spout Spring, and Misj Ola Burger, of Vaughn's Mill, were joined together In tho holy bonds of wedlock on tho 2lth, Goebel Bush and Miss Matlio last. Mize, both of Vaughn's Mill, eloped lo Winchester one day during Christmas where they wcro married. They immediately returned homo for Mrs. Chas. parental forgiveness. Welch has installed an old tlmo winning wheel, with which sho cx- MADISON COUNTY .Tnnunry 10, 1118. East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else No Blue Lick As a tesull of Blue Lick, Jan. 7. fettling frozen com heavy lones in cattle have been suslalncd by fat tilers In this section. A great amount of corn is still out in lho Ileitis, tho owners wailing for it lo tlry out Mrs. Bettio Maiu-ni- is gathering. of Owsley County brought her daughter, Ilissa, (o tho hospital for the removal of her tonsils. Tho'op-eralio- n was successful. They nru nuw visiting relatives in this vicnily before relurnng home. Win. Evans had tho insfortuno lo havo his shoulder dislocaletL The second tlmo tins has happened In the snuio memllaymontl Isaaos of lho Acadber. emy Department of Berca Collego Is visiting relatives hnd taking subscriptions for Tho Citzen on Bluo Mrs. J. W. Hcrndon and son I.tek. ' Neil were visitors in this section Josephlno Malnous of Inst week. Blue Lick, who received a freo scholarship for tho winter term iui College, for lho best oxhibil' of jpauncd goods in the Industrial Fair, is occupying ono of tho collages in Berea. Her room-ninl- o nl is Miss James, also a of Madison County. Elmo I'lanery, a soldier in lho Aviation Corps, writes from southern England whero he is stationed that it is tho iiuwl beautiful country; "Just .chilly noiigli lo give 'pep' to llioir excr-ises- ," an nbiinilanco of good food and splendid equipment to mako life enjoyable. Illehard Hollingswortii who was elected constnblo last N'c- -v Miiber for this district wont to today to bo sworn in. ho-fo- ro Jti-rrc3-ile- w TTOIV nilclpliln bonnl nf health tins Is- nr sued a bulletin telling how liny fever may ho prevented as folio Ws: ur Mf Mf Mf n w " TING TO WKKI)&-ri- io I'nvnii by cut-- tf Phil- Mf AVOID HAY M rormpondr nr e pubtUticd union tinned ! not for publication, but n vlilm In full J the writer. 7hr nime o( irood faith. Writ plmlnlr. There in still nn epidemic of small iin over n largo portion of this Major ltunly. f)ur Health Olllcor Is t hav . Major, .Inn. 7. Arch Bell has and full vl'io paid .. . ur MRS i no nas to nmiofi purchased J. W. Roberts' store at K lots to tn. Ahafi Ki'tirtl sonm In keep lliPin in. Oscar Major. Born to Mr. nntl Mrs. Boon HMjb and P: icortiplitm had iv mule In lii'Piik its leg Pendergrnss, January 5, a baby boy. Im! week. l.pvi (inbhnrd ontorlaln-Ip- iI -- Miscs Mallte and May Hnwlautl it number of relatives nl hlslioni" ami Miss Beiiha Seale nnd brother, JACKSON COUNTY 'a-Tuesday in lionor of Ills nopliPW, Park, left here Thursday to enter Sand Gap Lulher fSnlilinril. of Cnnip Taylor. seluxil at Beren. .lolinnio Cecil who Wo arc ex Sand Gap. Jan. C. Andy Tinchor is cracking lots of lias linen sick for lho past week is periencing the worst winter that p(jrn ()n hifl Hati- - able ,10 be out again. ,n0 Bigo Stacy wp I.nvo hnd for years. Hit) roads mh Mrl)mV(,n WPIll , nckcnst has moved on G. W. Scale's place. nro almost inumssablo and mcr- - anmt nm wppk (o Ml, ,Pl. Will Hacker has moved from G. W. enanis can nanny get goous ironi ui mme ,ipgg. Senlo's place to Hud Smith's place. U nn), a,sn ,n Thorp is a groat don of , depots. ,,. 0n,,mnlt wl0 wns caC(l ln Bill Iloberls, who visited his father, corn in tho Hold yet, and what is Tnv()p wl s,,plcmu0Pt cmn J W. Itoborts, through tho holidays, Com and ((IM ,os g;alnr(lay gathorcd is vory sappy. a foe day's has returned lo Berca to enter school other products are gaining in price. r,pim ,K Wo woro pIni, lo ,mv0 again. 'Horn to Mr. and Mrs. -- Mrs. (i. V. Clonunons is repot ed ,, wj(h , pvP if it was only Charlie Neeley, December 21th, a as being very ill at prcsonL-W- ni. rciatlvcs. Imy bnhy. ,(rif s(V I9 0,( Born to Mr. nnd Mrs. .uumnaug.i, " no was recently ou.u nn( mmy (lt,(M,4 wW( ieallh Tnni Pendergrass, December 30, a in his hum unconscious, and almost and good luck, nuil a safe return baby girl. Married at paralyzed, is ah e to lie out again. inmp His address is Co. K., IBrt Inf., lino u ine of the bride, December 20, I'is many friends are thankful for cs ,V , Ii0llgvle, Miss Martha Jane Peters of Ihis Miss Sallio Little. fjikp js his recovery , ,0 ,(is nuw ,omo ou ilaee to a Mr. Creech of Sturgeon. ,.... ... leaeher at , this n ace. sncnt , the i'ontl urccK. inK0 uauuarti i was iiiuiij Wo wish the young couple a lonu j. ... . ,, , , . i.iirisiuias uoiiiiajs wuu iiuiiiui'jrb last week, assessing. anil happy life. Miss Florcnco Durham a Moiur; visited her brother, C. S., and family Mrs. of Happy Heights, recently. OWSLEY COUNTY S. H. Crisman, who has been very of Mrs. sick is able to b out again. Island City Kizzio Hrockinan, a rheumatic pa- -' Island City, Dec. 31. Tho coldest I ..... I ItHMnnlfml nl linnCAIll I.. to at did not weather for o i beau ifu ? and clover ? ? , Jp(flcrg f calling bird ? visited the home of Mr. and lloJlnopClBS9of tll0 Sunday-scho- ol By WILLIAM A. McKEEVER. Authority on Ptoblemi ol Childhood tod Sociology Mrs Sherman Durham on the eve , of New Years and left as their New . ... , ... ... ... Willi il iiiri' uriri miiiiui iiiui uiut.-- i Year's gift, a hahy girl. If everj' child and young person in tho United States can le induced iilclicinus things; the young folks report a line time. Prentice Huff of to reduce food wnstngo to tho extent of six cents per day tho total will Bond Woodbine. Kv was miictly marri- - amount to a saving of $2,000,000 annually. 0 uonil, Jan. i. winter sun con- - , Mjss Hortha Nanier of Island It is estimated that our European allies arc short this year to tho tinues. Wo have had more snow Ciyt December 28; may many flow- amount of 500,000,000 bushels of grain nnd llian was ovefj Known beroro so cany (.rs ,in,)ni tleir pathway of life, animals. Our own stocks of these materials are 30,000,000 in recent times. tho lowest in the winter. There are quito u Mr. Delia Norris of Cincinnati; n nimiber of cases of smallpox here. 'rr ,),.,. r The Ci(iz"ii, reports a snow The situation calls for a shipment of at least 1,250,000,000 bushels of They have all been quarantined, 'two and one-ha- lf feet deep. Sho is our grnin abroad. Xow, those who have plenty of other things to cat Jessie Hoggs and Stanley Sexton vis- - contemplating visiting homo in tho can nnd must cut down on their allowance of these transportablo foodited home folks last week. Both of 8prii1r and will be glatl to meet all stuffs. the boys had gone lo Camp Taylor u,r many frifiirf. She slates that Xow, how may wo enlist all our young peoplo in this tremendous food Several of the boys ier paper Tho Citizen is coming in September. qucstionaires from rocuariy nn(i M,at sho enjoys it as drive? What lines of conservation must be especially emphasized? havo received Apparently there is only ono practical and effectivo method of appeal tlje war department for tho new mil-.- it is ik0 a ctter from homo. Mrs. it. layior cui j.aura chestnut is sitting around her to the child for his help in this movement, nnd that is to arouse tho juveitary grading. his foot a few days ago, with an ax n,.(.sj,,, (i,(V(. rni, winter days read-hnile sense of fellowship and sympathy for his kind. Hero wo have a it is getting along nil 0. K. Lovi ilv T,e Citizen lo the littlo folks.-Tur- nor strong racial motive. TJio sympathy of children for adults i weak, but has returned homo froin'v,Mvanl a ronewed interest to aris3 for those of their age and class it Is strong. Dayton, 0., where ho has boen-ntj- ,. 0,, vicinity in reading The The lines of food conservation moat to bo emphasized are: First, the J. Howard has moved to ze as ft !s morc a,iaptcd lho wheat products; second, tho animal products, and third, the sugar. Thcro Kast Hernsladt, and Steve Johnson j5Cnori interest of tho mountain moved lo tho plaeo vacated by Mr.;pPop0 tinti any other paper. Wo must bo a further reduction in the use of wheat, wheat flour, meats of nil DoWitt Gabbard pur-,wi- sI Howard. a appy New Yeap to a Ul0 kinds, butter, fats and sugar. And a littlo reasoning will eIiow how easily chased a good work horse from roa(1(M.s of Ti,c citizen nmtl may wo can accomplish this task without going hungry. School at this T,, nilizen Family prow in num-pla- ce Kverett Hacker. In no sense is an underfeeding of our children contemplated. That has been suspended threa I(1I.S would bo poor economy. 'Jhcro can bo a chango in tho quality of that weeks on account of smallpox. now carelessly used without any reduction in tho valuo. D. II. Allen and family, Hr C. Davis Earnestvillo t family, and J. T.Brower and and family were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eamestvillo, Jan. 7. Wo aro haves II. Davis Christmas eve. A tree-- ing some disagreeable weather at pects lo mako her own yarn. Mr. LETCHER COUNTY and presents were provided for tho present; last week was the "coldest and Mrs. E. F. Harris entertained nl Polly children, who seemed to enjoy it tune known in many years: tho ther-ve- ry Polly, Jan. 5. Wer regret to learn luncheon on tho 25th last, it being Ilosa Mctcalf, of Mer- - ii iinielr registered twenty-fomuch. f the death of Mrs. Maggie Lucas. the former's birthday, II. M. Curtis is slaying at J. U. Penning- - uces heh w zero. Mr. and Mrs. Leo-toShe leaves a husband and three and family, B. F. Curtis and daughwailing on his folks who have nanl Tackctt are the proud paents Tho sugar famine has small children. Blaino Croso re- ter Bessie. smallpox. Mrs. Griflln, who ha,s of a fine baby girl, born December mains finite low. Oltio Polly loft for passed .over in our local market. been sick so long, died recently. 21; her namo is Pauline. Born to year lo enter C. N. Baldwin is making a new ad- - Mr. and Mrs. Pryso Gabbard a baby Bereft tfio first of tho CLAY COUNTY school. A. J. Clay nnd S. J. Polly dition to his dwelling house. 'boy, December 27,; tho baby died; Vino of lho week wcro homo tho first the mother Is doing vfll. Died from Mclloberts. Hon. D. D. Field3 James Bowman has Vine, Jan. 5. December 28, John Creech with tu- Pox Town is reported quite ill with pneumonia started his first wagon load of house He leaves a wife, three Farmers aro Fox Town, Jan. 5. R. f 'ceo was homo on hold goods to Manchester wlicro he a host of friends to fevers John not ail done gathering corn. In tho H.il.lren, and r furlough from North Carolinia a expects to servo the county a3 their loss-A- lex rii ti,n onmnlnlne.1 of their corn mourn his January Creech depart-a few days, also xoo Hampton va Jailer, hut ho is dreading his job. 1. Ho was boing sappy and wished for cold " this life homo from Camp Stanley. Soveral Wm. Howard, who was operated on ...oti,nn n pnn, nn,i .irv ilieir com. Iruo husband, a loyal citizen, arid Letcher County boys aro attending last week, is better. Tho boys have m,rm Post Master of Earnestvillo. Funcr- - school at Berea. Miss Maudio Ilol-co.,.!!. i .i. been getting their questionairos conducted by Mr. services weather lo come and thaw it. N. J. from Bonham, Ky., who lias around Vino. Thero aro but two bVi'll Visiting her sister, Mrs. Maggio left who havo not got their M'arcum of Vincent: remains Edd ' hut is Improving somqwliat. Monroo Morgan left for i.neas returned homo a fow days laid to rest near his home, ngo.-M- rs. Cora Taylor and children Berea on tho 1st to enter school.- -Holland is moving ins on mm ri.Mn, ,..,iio.l nl his home to William Iius- . ..-havo been visiting her parents a row There havo been moro rabbits killed i . i i nl. " ii WehVs farfn tiictiT wifii iinarL lluiiuiu. through this open season than over days nnd havo roturned to Seco. farm.-Wr- ight Amohl and sell's hnvn .... svmr)a. Bradley Staliard spent tho holdlays before. Mat and Felix Pennington family I.avon.ovcu to tho D. ll.uahor dM ceslcr Gabbard with homefolks and rclurnctl to killed ninety-olg- bt in two days. farm near Indian Hock House. J. H. Barboursvillo to rosumo teaching. Tom Iloberls is gono to Manolieslcr ' has returned from ,Webb of Levi, from Friday until Sunday, During lho cold weather a fow days today. has Isaao Pennington where ho has been working on l o anJ Harrison aco mercury dropped to thirty de bought part of his father's farm and Assessor's Boanl.-Geo- rgo frQm Wm1 ' grees below zero in some of tho is hauling logs to tho mill to havo was trietl at London a few days ago mountain sections. Quito a lot of his lumber sawed lo build this Tho peoplo nro getting on account of colds is re spring. an gc Wo sickness during Christmas. to lho cold weather and have used ported. glad commenced to work in and around COUNTY Win. Pennington's wife is Vino. POWEL days ago n a still very bad oft. Sho is not ablo Clay City to Camp Tay back jamo Price left Sunday for Clay City, Jan. 7. Begin lho Now to stir. J0I!!I WKITF. & CO. LOUI-VIIKY. IIih plan lvo days Inst weekr tJ? urn .... Uf 'aF ft ft ft UT it ft ft lir nilMrs - - Ky.-Jam- " ft ft Vt UT ft MT Children t bin--Th- United States Can Do Much Reduce Food Wastage ft ft ft ) ' Wallaceton Wallaceton, Jan. 7. Donoy Ang-Im- 's baby was suddenly taken ill and beforo medical old i iiulil reach the child it died. Tho bereaved paronls havo tho sympathy of tho entire neighborhood. Ilobort Peters has moved to his farm in Indiana. We regret lo give up theso good neighbors. John C Morgan has moved Into tho house vacated by Mr. Paters, Daniel O. Botkin, Jr and Miss Pearl Peters wero married December 28, 1017. Wo wish them a hajfpy anil prosperous life. Horn to lho wife of Taylor "Hoik in a ine baby girl. Mrs. J. S. Wilson is I'pgaintng Her Health ami Is now able to be iqi again. Felix Creech of Montana is visiting his father of Whlto Lick Creek. two-year-o- ld ft ft ft l!f ft Mf ft Uf Uf ft ft ft Mf ft ft Uf Uf UT Si' ft Mf Vt ft Vt ft Uf ut ROCKCASTLE COUNTY Uf Uf body-buildi- ur ns, n's - o Disputanta Dispulanta, Jan.,8, T. J. Lakes of Harts was hero on business last week. Efllo Moore of Climax and Ruth Payne of this placo entered school at Berea the past week. Luo Copes of this place who has been visiting friends at Berca has roturned home. Mrs. L. R. Row-le- tt of this place has. been sick. Polly Gadil who has been working at Battle Creek, Mich., this last sum- ner has returned homo to enter school al Berea College. Sherman Chnstcen, who is planning to leave litis place, took supper with ono of his best friends, O. M. Payne, last Tuesday night. David Abney, Jr., f Johnella is visiting friends hero now. All of the boys of this placo aro getting their war papers lo ll'.l '.nt. Tine Williams bought live lice ewes from Mr. Harnett of Crook Crook. Howard Payne has been visiting his brother nt Herca. Born ( Mr. nntl Mrs. Willis Chaslecn a hoy christened Sherman Jackson. Mr, and Mrs. Ivony Anglin aro visiting tho latter s parents this week Tho Davis Branch ul Johnella. ;chooI will closo this week. Mrs. Bps Abney is teacher. 1 ft ft fi Beginning llkcnn onllnnry cold attended with blocked nnal nnil characterized by paroxysms of sneezing, tlio tllsciiKo may nt Unit attract littlo attention, cspoilnlly nniong children when It H often mistaken for tho tisinil cold. I'nllko tho hitler condition, however, tho nnnnl din- charges usttnlly renin In thin nnd watery nntl become thickened ottl? townrtl tho termination of tho til sense. C'otlgh Is a com- inon riiiptoin, whllo nuthruntlc ntlnck.i mny often oivtir. Tlieso nyniitoms nro very depressing to pntlciits. who often lieronio very low Hplrltcd. The tllseim' wnsi first described In the early part of tho nine- teenth century, when It wn termed ntituinti catarrh, since It own i nil ehlelly hi tho Into sum-- , nicr nml curly fall. Thcro Is n type of the illscitpc which Is also prevalent In tho rprlng, whlln In tho NoiKliern Hliilcrt tho nlTeetlon oei'tirit till the J ear round. Tho illseitrc Is enlinid by the nctlnii of pollen of certnlu pliintu wltleh Ih enrrled by tho wlniN mid (Inds lodgment In tho lios- trlls of persons who nro partlctl- htrly M'lmltlvc to thli affection. Tlie plant which Is tho chief of- fender In ninny places Is tho comnion rngwtiil. This weed, which grows lo the height of ono to live feet nnd lilooms from August to Oetolter or Inter, enn bo found on almost every vacant lot nnd ueg- ltvleil Held, on the ronilsliles ami libtineultlvnted gnrdens nntl lawns. Its pollen Is nhuinlniit nnd Is reittllly dlstrlhuttsl by tho From n public health wind. stanilpolnt. therefore, such nox- Ions weeds nro n nuisance nnd Only recently I'dllmlvl- menace plila approval the following nil- lag of the hoard of health which npperlaliis to this very Kiihject: "W'etsls. noxious nnd k!siiioim Inll grass and oth- plants. er offensive vegetable growths xliall not bo permitted to nttnln n height of more than 'ono foot on grounds Burroiimllng dwell- lugs, two family dwellings, room- lug Imiim's, tenement houses or unimproved or unoccupied lands la any Nrtlon of the city of I'hllnillepliln laid out In city block, provided that this regulation shall not apply to Inmls under cultivation with growing crops." The best method of eradicating liny fever weeds It tho eultlru- Hon of neglected ground, hut where this l not feasible tho dangerous weeds hIioiiM ho up- rooted or cut down before tho tlouoring.stiiKo. Thh prevents the formation of pollen nnd the priMluetloii of (lie seisin. iltK-ks- , - ur ft ft ur vt ft ft ft ft Mf ft Uf HT ft 1' ft ft ft Uf Mf ft ft Mf ft ft Vt ft ft ft ft Vt Mf Uf Vt Vt Uf ft ft Mf Mf ft MT Uf MT Mf Vt Uf U- fMf ft Vt Uf Uf Mf Mf uf ft ft Mr Uf Uf Uf Uf Uf Uf f y Uf Mf ur v: "t ft '' r Mf at vt vt vt ft "t vt vt AUTO How the NOTES. qucs-tionni- ro. o .... '""''j.oniofolks !'7't S altl a'-r- e - tbohomo SSSutffi .pUhasgono from1rpDS,ur?S: visS J Cr For Rubber Tubti. It Is (lllllcult sometimes to determine, Just when n lubo Is unfit for further une. I'oroslty In a tubo usually Indicates that It Iiiih nttulned Its three scoro nnd ten. At this stngo very nmnll eriuks enn bo observed In the rubber If It Is stretched and examined carefully. The next development Is splitting when tho nlr pressure becomes too great for tho tubo to bear. If tho rubber In. u tube Is "llvo" It may HUceessftilly bear as many patches an a beggar's coat. Hut duo caro must bo exercised In the vulcanization of tho patch to tho tube that too largo n portion of tho tubo around tho patch lit not cured. If portions of tho tube havo been overcured ln patching operations disaster litiuro to follow. Lack of proper caro of tho tubo Is rcsponslblo for most of tho troubles Sulllclent tale tiro user experience. between casing nnd tubo prevcuta tho generation of heat, which vulcnnlze tho tubo to tho fabric of tho casing. Tubo splitting Is occasioned by tho slipping of the tubo between tho casing ATTENTION and tho rim, width soon results In a "pinch." The remedy Is careful applyYour Country Needs Pork to ing. Win The War The protection of. apart" tubes U a Our Annies and our Allies aro mutter that many tiro users pass over threatened with a shortage of pork. too lightly. L'siially npnre tubott nrw 'This would seriously injure, thoir folded anil enrrled In the tool hot. vhero they uin .ome hi rontitet with lighting ability. o: r ml loot Hogs in Europo havo decreased liteilKO. grease nnd oil giently Impair lho The : noao. million piullty of tho rubber, while the tools 'Thero wero 5,172,000 fewer hogs many limits muse the tubes lo boeomo In lho United Slates on September ilinfisl am) worn vd unlit for I, 1017 than'on September 1, 1910. Autoiit Should . Jnf.K?3L ureal as thoy wero beforo tho war. Curry Martin, of Le Lexington. In tho face of this crisis, it is nocos- - Ington, a student ot Johni Hopklni sarv thai every farmer save his Univorilty, has onllited In the medfc Our exnorts aro llirco times as .a on ico ana inrirrlGll lIurng Ul0 Christmas II. V ebb was in i.ray tiaw K J. holidays. Joy and success bo thoirs. a few days ngo nntl stopped with J. William Gabbard has been very ill B. Bingham. Frying with lntrrlnnn for tho past wee- k.-v . . scarco on account oi wcai.icr ummur nn yv, n Mi SnulI. 1" " so cold; il froze them to death lav for Hamilton. O. Rov. William Maroum reslnged his school at Dry Parrot Fork last Thursday. A. J. Crccoh Parrot, Jan. 7. Wo bollovo Hint is our incoming Superintendent. wo hnvo had tho roughest Dcccmhor May i,0 jiavo mucii success. that lias been lor years, ino grouna has not been bare of snow for some Buck Creok four weeks or more. Andrew Gab- Tho Rov Buck Creek, Jan. 7. imrd nnd son. Elias. of Rockcastle County wero visiting relatives at James Gilbert nnd Piko of Wilmorn leg. i,,,ea ... ; ""T"""' USE POTTS' GOLD DUST FLOUR IT'S sows and gilts and breed them. Our cal reserve corps. He la now home U Government asks Kentucky for a spend the Ohrlstisae fcolldaya with nil 20 increaso In spring pigs? This parents. enn bo done only by breeding overy Covington. Mm. Elizabeth Frathe nvnilnblo animal. Sows should bn 18 years old, Newport, Ky wm am February 1. bred even as lato as dored to be held for grand Jury actio 1018. by Judge Kdmondi, In Covington po Good Prices Have Iloen Assured lice court, on a charge of bigamy, pr Kentucky has nover Tailed her torred by her hUBbaad, Joseph Vraaher, country In tlmo of nccJ. Wo must but was released upon her own reoo nlzance. not fail under this test. Man Who Savei. Tho War Trado Board Is granUng In the bank The fellow who has oport of no'licenso for tho in lust that much richer than tho chap . . . 1.1 containing wool which nre - 1..U 'who tins to borrow a irom ma neenssary for tho mllitnry or naval ,lf)ri cxl,ccts some duy to hnvo a .. uses oi II... ,1nllA.l Clnl.it itm muicu ouiim, ionuiie. J-com-mpdit- ins 00 I BRIGHTER, WHITER AND LIGHTER Than Any Other Brand