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Citizen (Berea, Ky.): January 24, 1918 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1918 cit1918012401_sn85052076 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Citizen (Berea, Ky.): January 24, 1918 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1918 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. HfESMJENT'S f;t)MP BEREA (INCORPORATED) WM. G. FROST, Etor-ln-CM- .l C. II. WtRTENBERGER, Manailnt Editor HEA COLL El I3EI?EA Kf HFF E I (. PUBLISHING CO. KnttrtJal 1S4 Hat tttfif4 at Itrrto, Kv at mnil-nuitt- tr nmf TTterot.cl Five Cents per Copy. The Citizen to ttie Interests of the IN OUR OWN STATE A campaign of palriolio education for Kentucky, especially for tho rural districts, is to ha conducted by tho Stnto Council of Dcfcnso with a view to arousing tho people of tho Slato to tli q meaning of tho war. MIo-uinteLir- L Knowledge Is Power and the way to keep up with modern Knowlcgo is to rend a good Newspaper. No. 30. People per Year. Rail-road- Vol. XIX. DEREA, MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY, JANUARY 21, 1018. Ono Dollar The Fourteen Specifications on Peace The world is at attention! President Wilson's address filled with soberness nnd truth silences, in a world of distress, all conflicting sentiment. We predict his fourteen specifications on peace, with few modifications will prove the final form of peace terms. ' Th majrnificient spirit of righteousness is a preeminent quality of the address. There is no bitterness, no vengeance, no threnti ning, no showing of teeth, but a straightforward proposal basrd upon a deep sense of justice for all parties concerned. We predict, unless some unforeseen complications arise, 1918 will see the signing of peace terms and the end of hostilities: but, with this the greatest brittle of the war seems yet to be fouuht and the darkest days yet to May God hasten a just peace and come to Germany terminate the reign of militarism on the earth. GARFIELD ORDER TO SHOUT LINES RELEASED U. S. Not WORLD NEWS NECESSARY WIN-WILS- ON condition. William Summers, mino foreman at tho Walker's Branch U. S. INDUSTRIES SHUT DOWN mine, is in Jail suffering from n bul let wound through tho leg, held for slabbing Messcr. Summers, vVho U Puling Indicate Effect of about fifty years old, was arrcsteJ Exemption Will De Lest Drastic Mandate by Mcsscr on a chargo of drinking. Than Expected War Work li Clayton Campbell and Frank Hub-bi- o were arretted at Whilesburg on warrants sworn out by Judgo Sam uel Collins charging them with boot- legging whiskey. Quick Justice was meted out to them, nnd the former was assessed a flno of 8200.00 and twenty days In jail, Hie laltcr S100.U) and twenty days in jail. Rushed and Ships Will De Able to Sail Soon. Washington, Jan. 21. With botli branches of congress railing against ,w ''"I11,0 "n,i'r ,f l!,ue A?,u,,l,",nj; but of ,lu oyiy resI)()mllns t0 tIie tcrms ,lf tmt orik.rt UlL. BtutM oast of the Mississippi river virtually sus pended manufacturing Industry. The president Issued a brief statement to the people of the United Suites Justifying the Garfield order as u necessity of war, and the fuel administrator Isued n supplemental statement outlining the sltuutlon as It exists. "Order Necessary" Wilson. President Wilson Issued the follow- Jrig statement: , 1 wns, or course, consulted uy .Mr. Garfield before the fuel order wns Issued and tuny agreed with him that It wns necessary, much ns I regretted the necessity, "This war calls for many sacrifices, and sacrifices of the sort called for by ,,,Is orUer a Inflnltcly less than w,,lch m,ht "'erw,8e sac-chin- es chief of Poiico f. f. Mcsscr, fifty President Consulted by Fuel years old of Hazard, was tabbed in Chief Before Drastic Act.On the neck while making an arrest and VJZS Taken. 1" lying ni ins nome in a critical Revival Secrets The working of the Holy Spirit in the hearts of men is no secret on the part of God. The secret if any lies, within or without the reach of His workers and' Evangelists just as they may be open to, or unreceptive of the Holy Ghost. ness of His people as to their freedom The pent-uis due to this one lack; the absence of the Holy Spirit. Much of the success in the great revival meetings is of His people with His special men due to the and women whom we term evangelists. The ability that these specialists may possess is utilized. Their common language and expression have their weight. ''Hitting the saw dust trail" is one that belongs to Mr. Sunday only and would be without significance if used by another. God uses the talents that are loaned to His people. What are yours for extending His kingdom? Are with Dr. Williams in our comyou ready to ing series of meetings? Have you that freedom necessary? p ?i an John Taylor, agoj thirty-fiv- e, engineer on tho Norfolk & Western, cast of Whilcebxrg, was killed and two others Injured in a freight wreck which smashed several cars al n point near Coeburn. Taylor was pinned under debris of tho cars for .several hours, and when Anally, taken out was.dead.i .,' An automobile smash-u- p occurred at a point near the Virginia border, Letcher County, when machines drivon by Doctor Cox nnd Orbin Carter camo together. Both ma- were masses of ruins. of tho three passengers on Carter's, -- uVbsolxxMs necessary to get enr was .seriously injured; others the ships away. It Is absolutely ncces-give- n Uary to relieve the congestion at the narrow escapes. Then to France! From Camp to College, j ports nnd upon the railways. It Is nb- Whcn the task of copying U10 'hitely necessary that our people Bcrea Receives a Master Preacher for the Coming Revival be warmed in their homes If names and addresses on the 175.000-"''""'food pledge cards signed by the pe-cGreat revivals mark Bcrca's his- for Franco to work in tho Y. M. C A. pie of Kentucky is completed per- - 8lr j eI1(js tory under the leadership of such huts at the front. orgauuuuon 01 uio ioou. Every Christian man and woman mem-ii-i Cat on Peope fer Saerflee. men as President Frost, Doctor supply army in this State will be u nctlon such as this had not NeighLamar, tho Revs. Knight and completed. been taken we should have limped bour, whoso services honored of God along from day to day with a slowly havo turned hundreds of young A'indlcation of tho course of Geo. improving condition of nffnlrs with relives to the path of Hfo. or coal, L. Schon, superintendent, Qlher of- gard to the shipment of food but without such Immediate relief as This year Ilcrca is especially ficers ntvl the Executive Commitoe had become absolutely necessary be in securing tho father of tho nnd State. Board of Directors of the cause of the congestions or trnmc Movement, Dr. M. D. Tabcrnaclo Kentucky Children's Home Society which have been piling up for the last Williams, President of tho Associain their conduct of tho a (lairs of thu few months. tion of Evangelists, for the annual society wns contained in the reportl "I have every confidence that the rov'vnl meetings in tho Collcgo. He of tho findings of F.ustace L. Wil- - result of the nctlon of this sort will Is ti lecturer of ability, a powerful J'"1' ,,,n! th,5n?i4.,iw Hams. Commissioner of tho Circuit loyally country preacher, a succcsful revivalist ot Court, which was submitted Tues respond to necessities of this kind as wldo experience. Oklahoma Indiana, day. they have to every other sacrifice InIllinois, and Iowa bear amplo witvolved In the war. ness to his power in hundreds of "We are upon a wnr footing nnd I The car shortago situation re conversions. Naturally such a man mains serious in tho Elkhorn coal am confident that the people of the is in demand. fields surrounding Whitesburp, u,",e" stl,,cs nrc w,mns l? """"vc nm sort of discipline thai might Tho Y. M. C. A. havo him now ut while reports from both the Cum- be Involved In the actual conflict It- Camp Taylor, Louisville, holding berland and Big Sandy valley say f' dpn'ires 'vrv day for the men in practically tho samo conditions ex- -i Letter to Senate. v ly khahi. His Inducnco thcro is ist. Not until tho weather condi-- 1 r)0Ct(,r Gnrfleld's letter to the senate DR. M. B. WILLIAMS marked and ho is doing great j Hons make a general improvement follows: good with f'o largo audiences that will tho car situation improve, is tho "Permit me to confirm the message in Collcgo and town, overy Christian opinion of operators. Coal from tho which I sent to you by Sir. Baker, clerk gather nightly to hear him. Ho., comes to Bcrea from Camp student, should pray most earnestly Elkhorn field goes to tho Great tt the senate. lH Taylor for Just ono week of service, for God's blessing to rest on his Lakes' markets ,. . tho heavy snow and TnJ? ., , .. members of the and later after concluding his woik coming. February 3rd to 10th is the mm ime.wo uu.u uiivo ueu up imo (ht nf) m, estecutvc 0ftcrr nf the I .. at Louisvillo ho is schedule.:! to sail dato. eminent I would not wllllncly treat a request of the senate with other thnn Individuals and business organiza- the greatest, respect. The order susCONTENTS "I am enclosing monoy order for tions niiipl ronnrl to rnvptmn collect- - pending the operation of Industrial TIIE CITIZEN another year. I want ors each payment of $800 or more P,"",s '"Portion of the United Stateson'y after deliberate conPAGE. 1. Editorials: Tho Fourteen il in tho "Trenches Over Thcro." made .luring 1017 to any person or on Peace; Revi- TIIE CITIZEN is like n conlldcntial corporation. Olllcials estimate that Jrntlon. and will.. I firmly believe, Sliccillcations effectively In providing coal for val Secrets. From Camp, to Col- friend, and it so often lakes tho between 12 000.000 and 20,000,000 re- domestic consume, for the prompt lcgo and then to France.. Our place of letter I don't get." turns must bo mado under this bunkering of the carrying necessaryshr Own Slato News; U. S. News; regulation, which replaces the tiro- - bunkering of ships carrying necessary Wprld News. "lam receiving THE CITIZEN and vision of tho old law that incoms wnr material abroad and for the re-the it certainly dispels gloom which taxes wero to bo willihel l nt the lief of the serious congestion of sec2. Departmental Columns. PAGE every soldier must fnco nt times.' source, and will furnish tho Govern- docks nnd nt many points In the PAGE 3. Story, Germany Guilty of tion covered by the order. , THE CITIZEN fills a place In my life Delay Would Add Confusion. Barbarities, In Learned Bologna, which letters nnd other periodicals ment information for checking up incomo tax returns. My Secret. Comlo Column. "I still believe It should stand. To hnvo failed for they cannot givo mo delay the application of the order PAGE 4, Locals' tho information of tho College and Strict orders havo been issued to would only add to the congestion. It Be-r- ea PAGE 5. Local News Articles; my All friends Hint TIIE CITIZEN enlisted men and officers nt Camp would be but natural that Industry. In Collcgo Honor Iloll. ul.lmlouhle does oach wcok." Zachary Taylor warning then. to. the Interval, supplies on hand,iti effort. f soofcey of all military an- - to ncrense Farming: Boys': PAGE C Mountain ,, maintain con, ,,. ,To permlt (octnrklt ' Agricultural Club Iteport. LoThero js no uso talking. THE CITI- tiviliei at tho cantonment. Tho ordrr ply t0 opcrnte during the period of cal Farmers to Get Nllrato. "Gravo nnd avoidablo dangor pension would nllow many producing ZEN docs phase Iho boys who are. Homo De- fighting our battle Why not ndd a to tho safety of our forces and tho nrtlcles least essential to the war to Cincinnati Markets. partment: A Wholo Dinner in little sunshino to your friends' lives success of our oneratinns is being continue, while some producing ,n,os wwntlnl would be com- Ono Dish. hv tho giving of information by Bonding them THE CITIZEN a down. Moreover, con- pel led to by onicers and eni sled men to mem- Wo mako every change of PAGE 7. International S. S. Les- year? tll0se we vrMlm y delay If not 8llp.deHandicraft address on'our mailing list ns soon hers of their families, their friends j,,, w,th ,! would Sermon. son. feat tho relief contemplated by thb Uso as notilWI. Help win tho war by and the public In general." Boy Scouts. for Girls. order. keeping tho hoys in good spirits. Parcel Post to Market Eggs. "I should ndd that the resolution Serious Railroad Wreck presented to me at 0:33 p. ra. Eastern Kentucky Nows PAGE 8. Tho early North bound passenger was afternoon, and that the order Letters. A Bcrea boy who is in tho servico met with what might havo wan signed at 5 :43." train of his country writes that ho can't been a very serious wreck ono mllo "I liko THE CITIZEN very much get off to Sunday School b"t by south of Conway this morning. Tho nnd look for it eacli week as I enjoy having TIIE CITIZEN ho is able to train was bolng pulled by n double tho ("Iters nni other nows nnd liopo keep up his Sunday School lossons header when tho second engino left Lawrence Made Aid to Hslg. it vil ho taken in every homo in nnd enjoys tho nows from homo. If the track accompanied by Ova cars London, Jan. 21. Among the many How much lioppier you hnvo n friend In tho sorvico Kentucky." Tho engineer and fireman wero In- drastic changes Field Marshal Halg It would many a homo bo If THE C1TI. yoij will do him n greater favor jured at Ilrltlsh hut il is thought not serious making according to headquarters In ZEN wero permitted to bo a weekly than you know bv pending him TIIE Times, Is tho France, ly. Express messenger and postal appointment of Lieut. the Sir Oen. Herbert CITIZEN as a present. visitor. (Continued en Fig TtM) I A. Luwrtoce u hU chief of stuff. Ono0 and "JJJSfT'S for-lun- J"' ocr-tajn- ... Zu J gov-car- s. I I sus-fray- s: M yes-terd- I During tho week thcro has been much activity on tho western front of tho wnr. German soldiers havo been pouring into Belgium in largo numbers in "preparation for somo move. What the nature of this will Need for War Purposes the Test, but bo is not yet apparent. At present Nobody Is to Be "Rlpptd Up tho attacks arc being mado at varithe Back." ous points nnd not centered in ono Washington, .Inn. 21. Director Clen-er- great drive. The English casualitics McAdoo wns summoned before hnvo been growing greater and the sennte Interstate commerce com- nvcragc about three thousand a day. mittee to explain the operation of government administration of rnilroads. Tho peace confcrcnco at Brest-Litov- sk Mr. McAdoo said certain is not reaching any dcciMvo short line railroads would be released result. Neither sido will give in on from government operatloircs soon ns Investigations now under wny deter- tho mailer of removing tho German mined that such operation wns.not ne- .tro"ops from soil of Russian Poland whero llicy nro established. Tho cessary. In explaining the purposes of the Bolshevlki leader, Trotsky, in leavndmlnlstrntlon railroad legislation, ing the conference desired tho GerMr. McAdoo said he did not propose man foreign minister to know that to keep control of any unnecessary the plan to sccuro a peace was not lines or have the government compento bo considered as needed. Tho sate those not tnken over. "As far as I can see nfter three militarist party, however, nro not weeks preliminary Investigation," snld likely to meet tho terms mado by Mr. McAdoo, "I don't contemplate tak- tho Russians. ing over nny roads not necessary for the government's war purposes, nnd If Turkey lias signified a desiro to some Interests necessarily get hurt by mnko pcaco tcrms with Russia and It, they will have to stnnd It." to that Director McAdoo waR told by sena- has offered tors thnt small Independent short lines end. Among others is a provision feared bankruptcy If the government for tho frco passage of tho Dardantook control of the large trunk lines elles of which Russia has bcen""de-priv- ed nnd thnt the government should take for years. Russia, however, oer nil railroads, largo or small. tis unwilling to mako tho pcaco be "I can't tell yet what will he essencause it rcmiires tho giving up or tial for the purpose" of the war," Mr. McAdoo replied. "The treasury, al- somo places in Asia Minor now held ready overburdened, can't he called by her. upon to reimburse for real, Imaginary or Indirect Injury. I don't think the The of France, M. Cail-lau- x, government should draft Into Its servis becoming moro deeply inice a needless railroad nny more than volved in tho chargo for treason It should drnft n cripple Into the military service. There Is no Intention against him. Ho is known to havo to do any Injustice to the short lines. had relations with 'German agents, They will be helped as far as possi- land would havo blocked his country ble, consistent with the needs of the from resisting Germany's purposes nation." if ho had been able. For somo timo Chairman Smith sueeestetl that the he has been in South America and short lines nre In a difficult situation when ho left tho German governbecause of the sudden transition of the transportation systems from a com- ment ordered that ho bo spared if the vessel in, which ho was a passpetitive to a controlled basis. "It seems to me." Mr. MeAdno re- enger should bo sunk. TJ10 revelaplied, "thnt the short lines nre hollertion of tho case is partly due to coring before they're hit. The bill ought respondence to German ngcnt3 taken to prwlde compensation for rallronds by tho secret service of the United only that arc renlly nsed nnd Injured. States. This ovidenco was turned "There Is no disposition to rip any- over to Franco at her request. body up the hack. It's the government's desire to treat small as well ns The Constituent Assembly which big roads ns equltnlily as Is possible ns far ns Is compatible with public ue was to framo a constitution for Rusand Interest. All the lines excluded sia opened during tho week. The from government control ought to be Bolsheviki party expected to conkept going, eneournced and treated by trol it and to shapo a government the government with utmost fairness after their own desire. It Boon nnd consideration." evident that they could not Robinson (Dem.) of ArkanSenator sas nked Sir. McAdoo to tell the com- do this and tho Assembly was dismittee why government operation of solved., A violent struggle is likely to rallronds wns necessary. follow nnd new elements in tho RusMr. McAdoo replied that he did not sian situation may soon mako themthink he could ndd anything to whnt selves felt. Tho two leaders, Len-in- e already had been said, but he thought so and Trotsky, aro in conflict It necessary to get better of jealousy and different of the transportation systems for the opinions, and confusion increases. wnr. your opinion that the conges"Is It Tho peaco feeling is growing very tion of tho railroads resulted from lack of facilities or the lack of proper strong in 'Austria-Hungar- y. Tho use?" asked Chairman Smith. feroign minister, Czernin, not long "Both. It grew out of the lack of fa- sinco expressed tho belief that the cilities nnd the fnllnre of the separate Wilson terms might becomo the railroads to basis of a settlement. Thero nro violent strikes on tho railroads and AGREE TO SPLIT UP RUSSIA clfewhere and tho Emperor Karl is not disposol to follow tho expanPartltloning of Country, Said to Be sionist policy of tho military party, Plan of Executive Committee of of Gormany, Moreover, tho' food the Bolshevlki. shortago is most sevcro in Austria Stockholm. Jan. 21. The central of all tho countries at war. executive committee of the Soviet (bolshevlki) hns consented to tho parDoctor Ussher, a missionary from titioning of Russia, said n dispatch Turkey, is traveling in tho United from Petrogrnd. The plnn Is to set up States and has many important a confederation of nntlonal republics, imeach to have Its own government, but things to say. Ho gives somo nil to be loosely under the nuthotity pressions of Turkey that differ from the common reports. According to of Petrogrnd. The plan Is Included In a general theso statements tho bulk of tho progrnm of Veform, drown up for pre- Turkish pcoplo aro not in sympathy sentation to the constituent assem- Willi tho action of thoir government bly. Among tho other provisions In the in joining tho central powers but thoy havo been helpless to oppose. list of reforms nre these: It is charged that Germany has Confiscation of banks, mines. Industries, railways, forests, nnd all the stripped Turkey of its gold monoy, lnnd by the bolshevlki government. taking something over S700.000.000, and leaving its placo only tin Gor--mpaper notes. It is reported TR0TZKY TURNS ON FRIEND that a quarter of a million Turkish soldiers, under German leadership. Bolshevlki Leader, Supreme In Russia, in tho Palestlno campaign, havo de serted. Imprisons Man to Whom He Owes His Liberty. preA commission of Mexicans has Stockholm. Sweden. Jan. 21. A n started for Jnpan on a Japanoso vestest published by the tocal Soclnl shows thnt the bolshevlki have sel. Thoy spnak of their purposo as confined In tho S. S. Peter and Paul legitimate, since they are to mako a fortress In Petrogrnd a number of so- treaty with Japan and nrratiBO for cialist opponent of Foreign Minister Trotiky, Including several of the most tho purchaso of munitions of war. prominent of the former revolutionary Snob, a movement is nat"rnlly nn leadent In Russia. Among them Is M. obtect of Interest nnd perhaps nf snlclnn to tho Unllol Slates hut Brnmson, who has been known since the first dumu as u tireless agitator for thoro is yet no reason to bellovo freedom. It wus he who succeeded In that Ihn oblect pf tho commission having Trotzky liberated by the pro Is anylMn po hfn a nrnper ex- -I visional government. (Condoned on Tt Tin) to Take Over All Says McAdoo. s, nl bc-en- an I Dera-okrnte- Pajre Two. THE CITIZEN January 24, 1918. University Column THE WAR AND SOUTHERN College Column Academy Column Normal Column Vocational Column HENRI FARRO FROM CAMP JOHNSTON Arthur Stanley ond James Allen In this limo of stress and national Tho Inlorsocloly dobalo of last Jacksonvlllo Fla.;ifrom Henderson, enrolled In tho Saturday was a very successful one, crisis, tho eyes of our nation aro PR0DLEM3 January 0, 1018. Carpentry department Monday. Porhnps few collcgo men roalizo and reflects much cro.lll upon tlio turned upon tho highest legislative Miss Nctllo lllco from Illco Stathe tremendous changes which tho teams themselves, tho societies, and body of tho United Slates. In Ilko.Dcar Normal Friends: war Is bringing nboul In tho South, tho department. Tho effects of tho mnnncr aro Iho cyos of Iho Academy Aflcr thrco weoks of army lifo nt tion, entered In tho IXimostio Sclonco Almost every phaso of lifo is fool-- 1 many weeks of preparation wcro turned upon Us highest literary Camp Johnlson wo havo gained work last week, nd Ing this Influence. In no placo is apparent in tho carefully organized society, known as tho Scnnto and somo impressions that would only lo that holy for which haps not bo nmlss If wo should mastered chango moro marked than in briefs, tho thoroughly this AROUND THE FIRESIDE (arguments, and tho fluent and easy It was named. This group of young sharo a few of them with you. You tho supply of labor. Vocational girls are enjoying men have been doing somo big havo heard so much of army life of Tho war has opened a groat now 'delivery of all tho speakers. for making munitions. haps tho only thing thai would have work during tho last (our mon tin; lato Hint it would l3 monotonous lu moro llian ever Iho uso ol their Thousands of men and women have Improved (ho debate, from the and thoy nro still Improving. Many you for us to rehenrso tho ups and Reception Rooms theso cold Sunbeen crowded into thoso plants. Tho I standpoint "of the audience, would of them nro planning lo cnlor tho downs (rather tho outs and Ins, ns days. II. is hero that they can placos of manual labor vacated by 'havo been a littlo moro spontaneous oratorical contest on prohibition, it is in Iho army), of "raw recruits." meet around Iho cheerful flreplnre llicso while- workers havo been fill- - vigor and enthusiasm in its prcson- - which is lo bo held in tho Academy. Hut you will no doubt bo Interested and with thoir Icachcr-in-charcd by colored pooplo. Hcnco nearly lation. Even in tho rebuttals, som-- Wo nro expecting great things of to know something of Undo Sam's enjoy tho popping of corn, vlslllng together, and tho rending of good half a million Negroes havo gone of tho speakers seemed to bo slight Ihcso young men, who meet to dis "Baby Camp," ns ours Is called. Camp Joseph E, Johnston is local-e- d books. North during tho last eighteen ly cold toward tho subject matter cuss our country's affairs. A group of Vocational students L. D. L. they wcro presenting. Aflcr tho twelve miles from Jacksonville, months or two years. Fla, on tho St. Johns llivor. It is with Dr. nnd Mrs. Llchlwnrdt as This means that thousands nf evidenco was all In, thero was littlo said that nowhero In tho country conductors had n very delightful acres of land in tho South aro lying lo chooso from tho two teams. Thy LIFE can thero bo found n moro idoal sleigh rido around 'Tho Horn' on idlo bocauso thero aro no laborer afllrmativo gained tho decision, wo If to you lifo is dark and droary, enmp both from tho standpoint of evening last week. to plant and cultivato tho crops believe, becauso of its deeper analysis of tho question, its subtler You still havo this lo remember: oCntion nnd construction than tho This is costing tho South millions each month. Doctor Branson, of tho and moro comprohensivo grasp of To mako your lifo moro cheery baby camp. Tho nanio baby camp VOCATIONAL vs ACADEMY University of North Carolina, said Iho fundamental issues, and its skill You must livo for your Defender. has been attached to it becauso It is On Monday of this week tho tho last addition to tho cantonments last summer in an address delivered in refutation. Our opinion is Hint God hath given you comfort. nnening Pnmo nf Iho eliminating at tho'BIuo Rtdgo Association, that tho winning Phi Delta team demon And you, who havo given Him none, for tho training of America's fight scries of Departmental basket ball strength in Cannot retain this comfort ing forces. wo wcro a quarter of a billion dol slrated exceptional was played between tho Vocationpoorer in crop values in 1917 handling tho moro difficult sldo of When your lifo hero on earth is Tho silo is indeed most ideal. lars Departments. Academy a difllcull question Lying as it doos upon n slight rise, al ond becauso of Iho Negro Migration. done. Neither team was at Its best be tho camp Is well drninoi nnd tho This largo migration of farm la If just for yourself you aro living, soil is of such n chnraclcr that mud railso of lack nf practice. Tho VoMonday afternoon, January It, borers means higher farm wages team prnvol Itself superior and slush is nlmost unknown. It cational on acount of scarcity of supply the winter term dormitory recep And havo thot of no other way, M. Henri Farro, official aviation arJust chango your lifo to giving, is surrounded on ono sido by tho by a sroro of 18 lo 15. Tho spirit tist of the French government, who has at Ladies Hall, Instead niso in farm wages mcan3 riso in tion was held of each learn was flno nnd tho play brought to labor power in mills, factories and of Pearsons Hall. Tho young men And your comfort will surely stay. beautiful St. Johns and on tho other this country a remarkable clean. collection of paintings, depicting the all other industries, which in turn all declared that having tho girls To you, for whom lifo is a sorrow, thrco by beautiful groves, and it Ia was The spirit nf tho Vocational girls aerial battles over the firing line nnd picturcsquo lo behold. means incrcaso In cost of proJuction as hostesses proved to bo a very No'cr thinking of anything new, In their yelling did much to inspire Incidents of aviation life high In the Tho brief in cx- - pleasant innovation. One man told us that tho rapidity and hcnco incrcaso in living You would find a bellcr tomorrow machine gun observer he penso for every last man. But high spection of rooms was followed by If you'd just stop thinking of "you." with which tho camp was construct- Combs and Wiseman, as well as clouds. As many of the encounters he team, to thoir took part In wages is not tho only reason why a program, consisting of n fow marvelous. other members of the or ed was littlo short of greatest efforts. This is a good so graphically portrays on his cav God hath given a pathway, Negroes nrc going North. If you musical numbers and a reading by Said he, "It was as though a magicstart for vocational nnd wo ex vassea. read Negro papers or hear Negroes Miss Welsh, after which light ro And you, who have taken it not, ian had moved his wand over tho pect to keep It up. Watch this If you'll but follow it half wny speak you will find tho troublo goes freshments wero sorved. .ceno nnd buildings began lo appear week for tho results of COUNTESS VON BERNSTORFF You will novcr want lo stop. decpor: Listen to this Indictment all over (ho ground. It was nothing column mxt tho Vocational and Normal gamo lo published' in a Negro paper as an DEAN BOWERSOX CALLED TO HER unusual for a visitor entering tho If your lifo you arc dreading, Monday. open loiter from a Georgia Negro to ground to pass a given point and on bo played next HOME Tho problem is up to you Govornor Brown, speaking of tho his return lo find that a largo was called homo To start right in "threading." building had been erected and (he address changes labor agencies who havo lured the last Tuesday by tho sudden death Many moro things to do. often, nnd nt Negro North. Ho says: "First, the of hor m"ther. In a letter recently carpenter work completed while ho present I nm with Iho Nnllonal Enmob violcnco and tho lynchers received sho expressed her deep apgineers. I camo hero last March Just how should wo think of life, was inside." second, injustico in tho courts preciation for the sympathy of her And what can wo afford? It is a wooden city, and sprang up and took part in the surveying of third, paying first-cla- ss in sixty days. Whero a short time this Cantonment, nnd in Scplombcr railroad Berea friends and for tho boautiful It Is one hie joyous strife, ago only trees slood thero is today I wtii transferred here per War fare for fourth-clas- a sorvico; fourth flowers sent by tho faculty and tho And llien comes our reward. Dorothy Wilson n city of several thousand people, insults to thoir womon and them Collego Department. Order to help organize the selves on railroads and stroet cars and everything is lifo nnd husllo National Engineers. Just how well I Sho writes that her mother was fifth, insults in public places, olovu- - at church tho evening before at n about the place. Within a short havo succeeded is to see tho company tors and on tho streets; sixth, tho revival service, and went to bod limo a brick roadway will bo run- perform. I would enjoy explaining MISS HELEN D. M'CORMICK right to vote and to bear arms in about ten o'clock as well ns usual. ning throughout tho cnliro camp. many things, hut we aro not lo glvo defenso of thoir Stalo denied At seven o'clock the next morning Another phase, perhaps) of inter- information in detail. I wl'l rny est is the significance of its nnmo. there is a difference in tho wny Ensoventh, poor pay for their labor on sho was found apparently still sleep tho farms and public works, whilo ing. "Sho had slipped into God's Thoso familiar with the pages of listed and Drafted men perform convicts aro often used to do tho arms whilo sho was asleep without American history know Joseph F. thoir duty. work frco labor should be doing ever awakening." Johnston loo well for need of comI nm delighted jn tho way Berea eighth, poor schools for their ment. You no doubt remember' that boys have stepped forward as ofhe served ns Quartermaster for our ficers; and such men as they will! children; ninth, no agricultural REVIEW OF "ALMETTA OF schools for their children, whilb armies in tho Moxican War, and ns win this war. I, too, would enjov GABRIEL'S RUN" Commander-in-chi- ef they aro taxed to imy for such of tho Confedn chonco at ono of Iho Ofllcors'l Miss Welsh milal n nnl Minfa schools for tho children for thoir erate Army until ho was shot from C!nliAnlAi 1. Among tho new holiday books is his horse in tho battle of the "Seven hnvo an arm loaded with letters of whilo friends; tenth, taxation with "Almelta of Gabriel's nun." This out representation in tho manage delightful nind appreciative study Pines." nnd unfortunate recommendations ment of tho government; eleventh of the mountain pcoplo is by Mr3. It seems very appropriate that for me, 1 didn't havo them for this no representation on tho juries; Louise S. Murdock, wifo of tho this camp, where men of tho re last Camp. In the regular Army n This Is Mrs. Marguerite Vivian twelfth, in some cities and towns President of Withcrspoon Collego, united armies thoso of the North man's ability is considered. Ourton Thoma'on of Durllngton, N. J, no parks, playgrounds, or swim Buckhorn, Kentucky. Mrs. Murdock nnd tho South, now sons of ono I prcsumo that most of tho stuwho was married recently to Count ming pools for their children, yet has long lived nnd worked among country, meet in good fellowship lo dents of my classes of 1013, 13 and 1 t Christian von Oernstorff, son of the thoy aro taxed to provido such for tho people sho so sympathetically prepnro for a common cause, havo finished school, havo they not? former German ambassador to the tho children of their whilo friends; describes, and the book is tho result should bear tho namo of this noble When I enlisted I littlo thot of our United States. The countess Is about thirteenth, segregation into tho of hor own expei ience. No one who Son of tho Southland who wa3 loyal being at war so soon; had 1, 1 would dIvoreed two hulbaBdfc Th4 e0Jnt sickly parts of tho citiso whero tho knows and loves the mountain pco ,110th to his country and to his seo have managed lo havo llnislicd ony tweniy-alyears of si0. I streets aro poorly kopt and often plo can fail to appreciate these kind Hon. school. I neglected; fourteenth, poor encour ly nnd discriminating sketches, and You nro no doubt getting tired of agement for their efforts to do right; to thoso who do not know litem but this long account and we don't blamo you, but we can't conclude without fifteenth, the white Church and its would know them aright tho book a word of appreciation lo you and Christianity in tho State, so far as I will bo a good introduction to a ell our Berea friends. Wo run havo been nblo to learn, ex ocoplo who, though living plainly, cept in a few casos of spo think nobly, and liavo much to leacn never forget tho send-o- ff wo received nt Iho hands nf the Normal boys, and radio naturo in tho Southern tho "furrincrs" who come among tho department as a whole. It stirs Methodist, Southern Presbyterian them. lo bo moro courageous and tho Episcopal Churches, is silent There is an interesting thread of Miss Helen D. McCormlck has en- our hearts and passive on theso wrongs. These, narration running through tho book tered upon her duties as an assistant end hold up amid tainted languages 50' fry Mr. Brown, aro a few of the labor which holds tho attention through- district attorney In New York city. and army gossip tho Christian prin agents, who aro taking our colored out, and ono becomes deeply inter- Her excellent work as state factory ciples wo received whilo nt Bcreu. ' - 4?. . On December 13, 1917, our train pcoplo away from Georgia and the ested in tho fortunes of Almelta, tho Inspector brought her to the attention of District Attorney Lewis of Klnjs rolled away from our dear old South. Deep down in your heart. delightful heroine of tho book. county. Miss McCormlck Is thirty Wo parted from her with fond you blamo them? Can you blamo do years old and I a graduate of the memories, memories Hint will follow them?" Lumber Preservative. Brooklyn law school. She was remit Wo college mon ought to bo tho It has recently been discovered that ted to the bar five years ago. She has us throughout our lives. At times first to understand thoso conditions cum lumber when Immersed In pure always been an active worker for wom- when wo nro on our bunks and our Wo ought to know tho facts. Wo gummed spirits of turpentine lasts an suffrage, being chairman of the minds aro wandering back thru (his beautiful land of ours thoy cannot afford to mis3 our chanco to ninny years loncer when exposed to Tenth assembly district. I 34 method of treat seem (o focus on Berea nnd wo can help our Southland in this hour of open n r. The usualgive 35 , i .72 4. It three coat- InK the lumber Is to again hear the voices of tho follows groal-nced- . Every man of us should ngs nnd allow It to thoroughly dry Cultivate Your Aspliatlons. that wero singing, when the shrieks study first hand what this migra after each one. Very few people ure satisfied wltl of tho locomotive that took us away tion of Negro labor means and should the work they uro doing. Mnny 01 mado everything behind silent, but do our best to meet tho situation. them have nsplrutlonx for somethtni 1110 8inKinff rinBS in our'cars MAJ. KENDALL BANNING Tho call of tho hour Is for clear cut our. better, more congenial. If you have 8 knowledge. Get somo books and read any natural leaning toward a higher nnd wo can rcalize 08 novcr brro grade of work, says Physical Culture 1,10 meaning of tho dear old song". on the problem. Ask somo man to Mnguzlne, don't strlvti to put It out of "Wo Aro All Good Fellows" nnd speak In your collcgo. Start a study your mind, but try to keep It very "There'll Bo Lovo In Old Phi Delta," Get scroun led by somo professor. ,a much In your mind. It muy Indicate pin . busy if you want to help your nation a field or which you ore especially With host regards to all Bcreans, need. in an hour of giried. if you Imvo any ambitions, cul ,,s tlvatc them. It in only those who daro wo remain, Most sinooroly yours to follow the guiding stnr of destiny by ' WW v .J. Setr.Plty; v.wt Robert E. MUIdr, encouraging unil cultivating theso aspijWf the world is gnawed by the rations who ultimately move forward Ernest B. Hill. brnst Self Pity and tho other half Is to their realization. P. S. Remember that wo aro bitten by the beast Self Prulse. It Is always glad to hear from our Bcreu better to chain both these animals and T, T1 To Cut Paper. friends and wo aro expecting a few go out frco and unconcerned about When you lose your knlfo or do not moro of them to como across. self. All this concern about self Is Save a pair of Bclssnrsjjt hand for cutCamp Johnston, Block 11.15, the misfortune which- - dogs the man ting the paper a common pin or needle Address: who has not related himself to the one THE DOTS SOMEWHERE IN FRANCE. Jacksonville, Fla. ndmlr-ibl)f any kind nerves tho purpose By Clifford Leon Sherman. universal law. says Popular Bclenco Monthly. If Dear Folks: This morning when the boys wero having their hnlr clipped It Is n slnglo sheet from which the two little French kiddles wandered Into camp. They wcro ntco little youngWorth Knowing, :llpplng Is to ho removed, lay the part SQT. JAMES B. CAUDILL WRITES sters, and we gave them somo buffalo nickels for souvenirs. They were very DOCTOR MCALLISTER n another paper, hold the pin slant-Ms- o ""lie who always receives and ncvei quiet, but you could see they were dying to tuk questions. After their shy-neso thut the point will follow gives acquires, as n matter of course wore off, one of them said, through an Interpreter, "Of course; yo' Co. "D" 310th Engineers. a narrow, contracted, selfish character iround the clipping, just as If tracing don't mind my mentioning It, but I thought all Americans dressed like Camp Lowls, Washington, Ills soul ha no expansion, no btnevoMajor Banning, who Is doing good Its outline. Pass back over the bam:iy. i January Clli, 1018. lent Impulses, uo elevation of aim. He work In organizing tho photographio icratch with the point In the lend nnd To complete tho picture, draw n Hue f nun dot I to dot 2, then frea dot l) learns to feel aud think and caro onlj division of the United 8UUs asm rnu will be surprised how smoothly Dear Friend: i to dot 8, and so on. I tho pin cuts tho paper. fir himself. Tho Army is growing so that my ICopjTlght, 1917. by The Hfll Hn.!rVe. Inc.) JSa1 corps. por-sccoPor-Indus- try go Dcan-Bowcrsox 1 V x J B-r- ea. V ' WxzJA LB MM Self-Prals- r ''Si WJ ff A n' i? 'Wk r ('''' y, ss 1 I Jnntinry 24, 1018. T1IE CITIZEN ism." "The soldier who endures suffering, privation nnd fatigue, who courts dangers, cannot tnke only 'In proportion to the resources of th country.' Ho must tnke nil thnt Is necessary to his existence. One hns no right to demand of him nnythlng superhuman." "The great good In wnr Is that It should bo ended quickly. In view of this, every menns, except thoso which nre positively condemnnblc. must be permitted. I cannot, In nny wny, agree with the declaration of St. Petersburg when It pretends thnt 'the weakening of tho military forces of tho enemy' constitutes tho only legitimate method of procedure In wnr. No I Ono must attack all tho resources of the enemy government, his finances, his rnllrnnds, his stock of provisions nnd even his prestige. . , ." Many other exnmnlcs might bo cited from tho writings of Gcrmnn generals. Tho very best Illustration of this however, Is to be Mind In tho emperor's vnrlnus speeches, nnd especially In his speech to his soldiers on tho eve of their departure for Chlnn In 1000. On July 27 tho knlscr went to Urcmerhnveii to hid fnrcwcll to the German troops. As they were drawn up, rendy tn etnbnrk for Chlnn, he addressed to them n Inst official messngo from the fntherlnnd. The local news-papreported his speech In full. In It appeared this ndvlce nnd admonition from tho emperor, tho commander In chief of tho nrmy, tho hend of all Gernttl-tud- e, Page Three. OUGHT TO BE GERMANY GUILTY DM HEME NED CF BARBARITIES IN WAR GO I worn (SNA-' My Secret By WARNER MILLER (Copyright, ltlT, YYtttern Nippr Union.) Atrocious Treatment of tho Helpless Part of Campaign Plans of Military Leaders. POLICY OF FRIGHTFULNESS Terrorism Declared a Necetiary Prln. elple In National Warfare May De Said to De Dl. rectly Attributable to the Emperor HImtelf. Bru-Ulltl- The committee on public information, appointed by the president, and consisting of the secretary of slate, secretary of war, secretary of the navy, and George Creel, official censor, has made public a mass of evidence dealing with German war many: practices which shows the kaiser's Soldiers Told to Be Merciless, leaders ir. the field and in command "As soon ns you come to blows with of captured points to be directly re- the enemy he will be benten. No mercy No prisoners will bo sponsible for the beastliness which will bo shown has characterized the operations of tnken I As tho Huns, under King the "Huns," in the present conflict. which mnde n nainn for themselves, Is still mighty In traditions and Quotations from the pamphlet fol- legends todny, may tho name of Ger-low: mnn bo so fixed In Chlnn by your deeds, For ninny year leader In everr civ- - that no Chinese shnll ever ngnln dare Hired nnllon have been trying to wake even to look nt n German asknncc. . . . warfare less brutnl. The great land- Open tho wny for Kultur once for nil." Even the Imperial councilors seem to mark In flit movement nre tho Geneva nnd Hague convention"!. The for- hnve been shocked nt the emperor's mer nmde rule as to the enre nf tho speech, nnd efforts were promptly alck nnd wounded nnd established the mnde to suppress the circulation of his exnet words. The efforts "wore only Red Cros. At tho first meeting at ' A few weeks Inter, In 1601. It wan ngreed. nnd until partly successful. the present war It has been tnken for when the letters from the German In Chlnn were being published, grunted, that tho wounded, nnd the doctors nnd nurses who enred for them, In local German papers, the leading would fo safe from nil attacks by the socialist newspaper, Vorwnorts, exenemy. The Hague conventions, cerpted from them reports of- atrocities under tho title "Letters of the drawn up In 1809 nnd 1007, mnde rules to soften the usage of wnr Huns." Many of the lenders In the and especially to protect noncombnt-ant- s rclchstng felt very keenly tho brutality nnd conquered lands. Oermnny of the emperor's speech. Tho obnoxtook n prominent pnrt In these meet- ious word "Huns" hnd excited almost ings, hnd with the other nations sol- universal condemnation. When tho emnly pledget, iier fnlth to keep nil the rclchstng met. In November, the speech rules except one nrtlclo In Urn Hague wns openly discussed. Hcrr Llebcr of This was nrtlcle 44. the center (Catholic party), after quotrefutations. which forbade tho conqueror to force ing the "no mercy" portion of the any of the conquered to Rive Informa- speech, ndded, "Thero nre, nlns, In Gertion. All the other rules nnd regula- many groups enough who hnve regardtions sho accepted In the most binding ed the atrocities told In the letters manner. which have been published as the dutiItn' Germany's military lenders had ful response of soldiers so nddrcssed no Intention of keeping these solemn and encouraged." The lender of the promlces. They bad been trained social democrats, Herr Rebel, spoke along different lines. Their leading even more pointedly. Toward the end r generals for many yenrs hntf been urg- of n address on the atrocities In the committed by tho German soldiers In ing n policy of frl.htfulness. middle of tho nineteenth century Von China nnd on the speech of the emClnusewltz was looked upon ns the peror, he said: greatest military authority, nnd the "If Oermnny wishes to bo the bearer methods which he advocated were ued of dvllltntlon to the world, wo will by the Initnn nrmy In Its successful follow without contradiction. Rut the Consequently be- ways nnd means In' which this world wars of cause these wars hnd been successful, policy hns been carried on thus far, In the wisdom of Von Clauscwltz' meth- which It hns been defined by tho emods seemed to the Prussian nrmy to bo peror nre not. In our opinion, fully proved. the wny to preserve the world position of Germany, to gain for Germany the Policy of rightfulness. Now. the essence of Von Clnuscwlti' respect of the world." The consequences of the emperor's teachings wns thnt successful war Involves the ruthless application of force. speech Rebel aptly described: "Ry It the signal was given, garbed In the opening chapter of Ills master work. "Vora Krlego" ("On Wnr"), he In tho highest authority of the German empire, which must have most weighty ays: "Violence nrms Itself with tho Inven- consequences, not only for the troops who went to China but also for those tions of art nnd science. . . . restrictions, nlmost Impercep- who stayed nt home. An expedition tible and hardly worth mentioning, of rcvengo so barbarous as this has termed usages of International law, never occurred In the last hundred yeura and not often In history; at accompany It without essentially Its power. . . . Now. philan- least, nothing worse than this has hapthropic souls might easily Imagine thnt pened In history, either done by the there Is n skillful method of disarm- Huns, by the Vandnls, by Genghis ing or subduing nn enemy without Khnn, by Tamerlane, or even by Tilly causing too much bloodshed, and that when ho sacked Magdeburg." this Is the true tendency of the art of Atrocities In China. war. However plausible this may apThese atrocities In China or "Letters pear, still It Is nn error which must bo of the Huns" continued to be published destroyed; for In snch dangerous In the Vorwncrts for several years nnd things as war, the errors which pro- appeared Intermittently In the debates ceed from a spirit of of thS relchstng ns late ns 1000. At arc precisely the worst. As the that tlmo tho socialist, Hcrr Kuncrt, utmost ex- reviewing the procedure In n trial of nse of physical force to the tent by no menns excludes tho co- which he had been tho victim In tho operation of the Intelligence. It follows previous summer, stated thnt he had that he who uses force ruthlessly, with- offered to prove "thnt German soldiers out regnrd to bloodshed, must obtain tn China hnd engaged In wanton nnd a superiority, If his enemy docs not brutnl ravaging; that plunder, pillage, so use It." extortion, robbery, as well ns rape nnd In tho conrso of n series sexual abuses of tho worst kind, hnd In 1877-7of nrllcles upon "Military Necessity occurred on n very Inrge Bcnlo nnd that and Humanity." General von nnrtmnnn Gcrmnn soldiers had participated lu wrote. In the snmo spirit ns Von Clau- them." He had not been given nn opse wltz: portunity to provu his allegations, but "The enemy state must not bo spared hud been sentenced to prison for threo tho want nnd wretchedness of war; months for assailing the honor of tho these nre particularly useful In shat- "whole German army." Tho tering Its energy and subduing Its will." of this sentenco wns made "Individual" persons mny bo harshly clear by tho revelations, mndo In the dealt wltft when nn example Is mnde relchstng shortly nfterwnrds. of slml: of" them, Intended to servo ns a warnlar atrocities committed by German ing. . . . Whenever n nntlonal wnr officials nnd soldiers In Africa la tho breaks out. terrorism becomes n nec- campaign against the nereros. essary military principle." "It Is a For tho guidance of tho officers in gratuitous Illusion to supposo that case tho Inhabitants of conquered termodern war does not demand far more ritory should tnko up nrms against the bnitnllty, far more violence, and an German urniy, the "Gerninn Wnr action far more general than wns for- Rook" quotes with approval the letter merly the case." Napoleon sent to his brother Joseph: In 1881 Vnn Moltke. who had been The security of your dominion decommander In chief of tho Prussian pends on how you behave In the conwar, de- quered province. Rum down, a doren army In tho VruL clared : places which are not willing to sub "Perpetual peace Is a dream and not mlt themselves. Of course, not until even a beautiful dremu. Wur Is an ele- you have first looted them; my solment In the order of the world estab- diers must not bo nllowed to go nwny lished by God. ny It tho most noble with their hands empty. Hnvo threo virtues of man are developed, courage to six person hanged In every village and renunclntlon, fidelity to duty and which .has Joined he revolt: pay no the spirit of sacrifice tho soldier gives respect to tho cosnck" (that Ls, tfl .his life. Without war, the world would members of tho clergy). degenerate and loso Itself In material 1 At-tlln, sol-die- ts addl-tlon.two-hou1800-187- "Aru you suro It's genuine)" "Every girl that's had It so far has hnd It tested." JUST WAIT ON wmm Foro del Mercantl, Bologna. 'mm ... -- Self-impos- deserves greater the world than It BOLOGNA receives. For some reasons most travelers leave unvlslted this very old yet strangely nnu uvinucrnuc ciiy vi uver niiMUTii 110,000 Inhabitants. Yet hardly anyone In the world but hns henrd of the town. For this Is the home of Rolognn sausage, renowned nnd savory writes Edgar Ansel Mowrer to the Chicago Dally News. First a Llgurlan, then an Etruscan, a Roman, n medieval, a thoroughly modern Italian town, Rologna Is today the sent of n good museum nnd a fine collection of paintings of the late renascence, type Guldo Rent. Architecturally, however, It Is. predominantly medieval. The finest of Its fine old public buildings are n sort of Lombard gothlc. Over Its fine palaces, Its solid picturesque rise many towers thnt of the AMnelll more than 800 years old and 820 feet high. It leans four feet out of the perpendicular. Near It, near enough to astonish a vis-- 1 ltor one cannot Imagine why these two should hnvo been begun within n yenr and within thirty feet of each other Is the other leaning tower, the Torre Gnrlsenda, unfinished, only 150 feet high, but eight feet out of tho perpendicular. Pisa's famous leaning tower Is 23 feet higher nnd only leans 14 feet- - Rut till this and more can be found in any guide book. More Interesting are the Intimate sensations and aspects of the place, Its personality among cities. These demand and will repay n visit to tho handsome medlevnl town medieval yet quite modern thronged with historic specters. Here Enzo, son of the Emperor Frederick II, wns confined for some twenty yenrs after Rologna with the rest of the Lombard league defeated the emperor at Fossalta. Here In 1547 was held a session of the Council of Trent, here Ilosslnl studied music early In the last century, and later built himself n house. And here, too, Carduccl, modern Italy's greatest poet and n splendid figure, taught literature nnd wrote beautiful and defiant words. At the hotel where I write Is on In- scrlptlon to the effect that Lord Byron once "lived nnd conspired" In this very house. And, tho Inscription Is by Carduccl. Yet perhaps the greatest citizen of Rologna was Giovanni Galvtnl, the Inventor of the galvanic battery and a contemporary of Frunklln. Oldest University There. , "Rononla docet" Rologna tenches-annou- nces the Inscription on many an old coin. The university, the oldest, if I am not mistaken, In Europe, Is reputed to hnve been founded by Theo-doslthe Great In 423. For nenrly yean It has been a mecca of students. Even today Its reputation, though less than It was, Is considerable. Rut In 1202 the number of students Is supposed to have reached During the middle ages Its name was synonymous with legal learning. Rolognn led In law, as Pnrls In theology. Women were students and even occupied professorial chairs. Tho beauty of one fair pedagogue, Novella d'Andrea, must hnve been disastrous, for the good lady was compelled to lecture from behind n screen ThoArchlglnnnsloAntlco, nn old building formerly tho seat of the university, bears painted on Its Inner walls tho coats of nrms of thousands of former students, literally frcin every country In Europe. The newer buildings, near the Plnacotecn, lack atmosphere. Yet there are still many woman students. I noticed today with pleasure a conthrough the digstant passing of s nified main entrance. Alas I the university Is Itself party to the war. A placard outside the building proclaims It a placo of refuge In case of air raids, mor-tadcll- a, I 10,-00- 0. beglnnlngof the war It wns for a short time the scot of the general staff. Even today Its streets, cafes and hotels are thronged with soldiers. They monopolize everything. They have taken one of the eight churches which go to mnkc up the Intensely Interesting basilica of Santo Stefnno. Tearfully tho sacristan's wife told me how they are using the building for n storeroom, how they hnve damaged tho walls nnd ruined the pntntlngs. As the guide book falls to give even the merest description of tho church In question, It Is doubtful If It contains i lythlng worth special protection. Possibly the sacristan's wife exaggerates. But she Is antlmllltnrlst and wound up a long recital of her woes with the reiterated ejaculation: "And to think that there are some people who wanted this war I" Since the war began hardly n soul has visited the tombs of Saint Vltnlls nnd Martyr Agrlcola. Churches Seven nnd Eight are closed. Life Is Indeed askew. The military have occupied the park above the Piazza dell' 8 Agosto a reminder of the heroic days of 1848 and as Itnltari "rlsorglmento." Here throughout the entire European world the military are the masters. It Is market day. All Rologna Is in the streets. The Piazza dl Re Enzo Is the scene of a motley throng. The Holrgnese nre handsome and Intelligent. The town Is the center of the book trade. It breathes culture. It Is also a center of Industry nnd has a socialist administration. This fact has undoubtedly embittered the struggle between Catholic and freethinker. Crusade Agalmt Profanity On. On the walls of the cathedral I noticed a strange announcement. Tomorrow, It Informed me, the church would witness the Inauguration of a crusade against blasphemy and Tout speaking, to be undertnken by none other than "Will you tell your sister the young millionaire she met at the beach Is here." "She knows it. She says a patient waiter Is no loser, and sho saw you Rut I braced myself "and said, "He's a likely chap, nnd I believe would go waiting on n tnble today." aloft to furl u salt In n hurricane as quick ns nny man." That settled it. The next day Ned SO WILL THE MORTGAGE Crocker nsked Clnrk for Annie's hand, nnd got It. I wns menden nets on the sand In the mornen when I felt a pair of arms around my neck nnd turnln' saw Annie's happy face near to mine. She hnd come to tell me that she was to marry the sailor boy. "Papa says you think well of him," she said, "and pnpn will tnke your opinion of nnyone In preference to his Annie Clark was fifteen years old when I first saw her, n laughing girl who hnd never known misfortune. We were fisher folk, and sailors and lived under the canopy of heaven; used to the breaking of the waves on the beach, which at times lulled us to slumber nnd nt times merged with the ronr of the tempest. I wns thirty years old then nnd when I saw Annie racing over the sands or climbing the dunes, her hair streaming behind her, In the wind, I felt then In comparison with her I wns n hundred. At nny rnto I know thnt to her I was nn old man whllo to me sho was a child. The day would soon come when some youngster would enrry her off nnd I left In n world Hint would be dreary without her. Rut still sho romped and pulled nbouti when tho wnter wes cnlui, In her boat, nnd with bore feet ran on the sand of n windy day like n bird. kind "Of tempest-lovinThus bcntlng up ngatnst the windy and no wooer came. Tho only claim I hud on her was when sho would sit beside me on the end of the dock under which the waves were rolling and I would tell her stories. Then came a sailor lnd still In his teens nnd he nnd Annie came together with n snap like two magnetized metals. How I envied thnt boy. Ho was n handsome fellow, nnd In his sailor togs, n unique costume unlike nny other, I thought It no wonder thnt Annie should find a mate In him. Annie's fnther nnd I were chums, he being but a few yenrs older than I nnd one day he said to me: "Tom, d'y'e mind this young Crocker boy, mnken up to my Annie?". The devil tempted me to soy he's no good. 'Twould be n pity for Annie to throw herself nwny on such ns he. If I had suid that Jim Clark would have sent him nwny without Annie. g You may shntter, you may wreck Tho auto, If you will; Rut the scent of the petrol Will cling to It still. IN THE MUDDY ROAD his eminence Giorgio Gusmlnl, cardinal prince of the church and archbishop of Rolognn. Cardinal Gusmlnl hns recently opened n "school of religion" In his own archleplscopal palace. Intending thus to Inculcate more firmly the rudiments of Christian theology among the lay youth. But the cardinal has outlined no easy task. The ancient motto of Rologna la "llbertns," easily tnken to mean freedom from restraint. The Rolognese are traditionally turbulent. Enrly In their history they embraced the cause of Guelf against Ghlbclllne, burgher against knight, nnd though they boro the yoke of tho proud Rentlvogllo family, theirs wns no herbivorous submission. The civic theater today occupies First Autolst Did your new automothe former site of the Rentlvogllo go fast? burned In 1507 by an nngry mob. bile Second Autolst No; Ir stuck fast With Milan. Rolognn pours forth ever fresh life to the socialist llberallst currents In Italian politics. And, coincPLAUSIBLE THEORY idental, Milan nnd Rologna nre the only two town In Itnly where there mm pal-ne- e, night exists anything like the life of great capitals. In this respect as In many others Rologna "feels bigger" to the visitor than the number of Its Inhabitants would Imply. Architecturally, the entire city Is In contrast with the urdent pleasure-lovincharacter of the Inhubltnnts. The g "I'm glad you're so happy, my dear," I enld, but the words choked me. Annie's happiness did not Inst long. She married Crocker, but he sailed away from her and never returned, my words nbout him to her father were proved. When his ship came In we were told that in n hurricane he went nloft to furl n sail, when no other man dared go, nnd losing, hla hold was blown overboard. Annie mourned him but she had youth on her side nnd though she wns never the romp she had been was In time herself again. She turned to me for comfort nnd sometimes I dared hopo that we might In tlmo be something more than friends, but n few yenra after Crocker's tnklng' off, she married again, this time the mate of a ship that sailed between New York nnd Japan. He wasn't the handsome sailor lad Crocker 'was, nnd he didn't soil with tho wind. His ship Was a steamer. Simmons, this wns Annie's husband, didn't live much longer thnn the first He came home sick from his first voyage after their marriage, and though Annie nursed him tenderly she couldn't save him. He died In her arms and we burled him In the little plot ot ground on the hillside, a mile back from the village. A big storm raged on the coast Several miles out wns a reef, covered with water at high tide. In the afternoon a ship was seen to founder on the ledge and within a few minute she was broken to pieces. In time wreckage and bodies began to come In and the beach was soon covered with both. We did what we could to take In and bury the dead, but night came on before we could clean the beach. The next day I went with several others to hunt for bodies that bad drifted northward. We found them scattered along the beach and burled them as we found them. I got separated from the rest and came upon the body of a young man. I started the moment I saw him for I recog He was several yc)irs older than when I had last seen him and bad some beard on bis face, but be was Crocker all the same. Refore any of the others reached me I had carried wnn enrlh n whom thnt-him ttnl ' Instead of sand and burled him. I found out In time why Crocker was ' alive the dny before I found the body. He had found another mate and the account of his death had been made up to screen his wife from a worse blight. I have continued the deception never having told her that I found his body. She hns long been my wife, but tho difference In our ages seems) much less than when she was a gUL nized Ned Crocker. own." Vmnttompted. Disturbed by the War. Yet not for nothing la Rologna a fortress guarding the Apennlne passe and the seat of an army corps. At the so far gothlc municipal buildings, which testify to nn ancient and Intense communal life, the many fine churches, the hundreds of fine prlvute palaces, tha towers, the miles of arcades, the yet severe display windows, give a thoroughly monastic air to the place, Alas for externals I One soon discovers that cafes are numerous and well frequented. The eusy freedom of Bologna might be taken by n pietist for slraplo godlessness. Yet Rotogno Is today one of the most Interesting cities In Itnly, Too long It has been burled tinder the reputation of Florence, richer In museums surely, but not nearly so Interestlpg a modern city, nor so One a specimen of the untlque. Externally Bologna bears comparison with lu well-suppli- Tuscan rival. Honest "How's ihut?" "I know ho's honest." 'OIi the diHhonest ones will cheat "What makes you think so?" you. uuyuuw, whether you wutra Uieia ''He's always willing to give his not or not" fer any money that he borrows." 1 "It's the liuiiest man lu this world who needs watching." Page Four. MRS. ELLEN Q. PASCO Mrs, THE CITIZEN EOT SCOUTS TO BE OFFICIAL January 24, 1016. LOCAL VARIETY PAGOE FROM A NEWS OF BEREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED OF SOURCES Dean & Stafford REAL ESTATE Baak & Trait Bldg. Berca, Ky. SCAFFOLD CANE RURAL SCHOOL Best Blacksmithing Scientific horse shooing, flno Iron work and ropalrs of all descriptions nt tho College. Blacksmith Shop, Main Street, north of Tho Citizen ad. Offlco. Wo SELL hats and sell thorn right. ad. Laura Jones. Mr. David Jackson spent tho first of the week in Berca with his brother J. II. Jackson and family at their homo on Chestnut Street. Miss Hilda Welch and Ruby Smith made a bussincss trip to Chicago at CHRISTIAN CHURCH NEWS tho first of tho week. Notwithstanding tho vory inclo-tne- nt Dr. J. V. Raino, who is connected weather tho services at tho with tho Y.M.OA. work in tho camp Christian Church proved to bo very nt FL Oglethorpe, Ga., has been mak- interesting and helpful to all. Ono ing a short visit with his family in lady placol her membership with Berca. Tuesday tho congregation. Tho regular serMr. W. A. Todd returned vices, consisting of communion and from a business trip to his farm in preaching, were preceded by nn Mississippi. enthusiastic Biblo school session. Miss Lela Flanncry, who is taking Mr. Arnold is our superintendent a course in nursing nt Baltlo Creek, and Brother Cloyd our assistant. Mich., was called to Berca last week ! and Oma Robinson our efficient sec- on account of tho serious illness of reta-- y. Tho attendance at all the her sister, Elizabeth. services was good. Services cverv Mr. M. D. rtiddor and family ol Lord's Day at It a. nj., precede:! by Ervinc, Tenn., aro guosts at Boono the Bible school at 0:45. All aro Tavern this week. welcome to our services. Miss Hilda Chandler 'and Ethel W. J. Hudspeth, Minister. Doolcy of Boono wcro hero Friday and Saturday. BESSIE LUTES Mrs. G. T. Tinsloy of Four Milo On July it, 1908, Besslo Lutes, Kelly of Harlan and Mrs. F. II. tho only daughter of Mr. and Mr. wero called hero Saturday on ac- W, T. Lutes, came into this world. of thoir siscount of tho illness On December 18, 1917, at about two ter, Miss Elizabeth Flannery. o'clock a. m. she fell quietly asleep Mr. C. D. Lakes of Richmond was in the arms of death. Sho lived in hero Sunday. the flesh just 9 years, 5 months, and Mr. and Mrs. Branaman of Silver 7 days. Tho funeral services were Creek, arc tho proud parents of a conducted tho .next day by W. J. baby boy. Mrs. Branniman will bo Hudspeth, tho minister of the W. h. WALDt'N remembered a Miss Mattio Christian Church, assisted by BroCity Attorney ther Haas, of tho Methodist Church, Tho Progress Club was entertained anfUBrolher English, of tho Baptist readers, was elected City Attorney, last Thursday at tho homo of Mrs. Church. succeeding his father-in-laR. J Jesso Baird on Jackson Street. A largo audience of weeping and Engle. Mr. Walden is one of our Blue recruiting flag sign was sympathizing frionds gathered at tho good citiens an I practicing attor from near the depot. Please residence on West Chestnut Street ney in whom Berea has much con replaco sign or report any knbwlr to atlonlt tho services. Every part fldenco and looks (o him for soun M. Tawlie, Army edgo of same to W. of the service was impressive. Tho cood work while ho serves the town Rrpuiting OlTiccr, Boone Tavern, quartette, composed of Misses Graco in this capacity. Ad. Berca, Ky. Cornelius and Jameson, Professors Ed. Fotliergill, our popular postal Mr. and Mrs. Rogers Edward Hill, Rigby and Phalcn, sang the beauticlerk, marked for his ability in ac College students, now former Berca ful song, "Sometime We'll Under curacy in up witli Uncle of Chicago, 111., aro tho happy par- stand." Brother Haas gavo an im, Sam's business, succeeded Dr. W. G. Hill, born to them ents of Joanne pressive talk, followed by prayer, Best as City Clerk. on January v, iuio. mcir ucrea piio quarlctto sang "By Cool Siloam's; L. A. Watkins was elected City rcjoico with them. friends Shady Rills." Brother Hudspeth himself, Charles H. McAtco, who has charge read somo quito appropriate selec- - ..MarsHall. succeeding With thi board and thoso officers if tho industrial labor section of Hons found in II Samuel, 12:15-23- ,1 elected Borea should congratulate Kentucky's Houso of Reform at and in II Kings, 4:18-3- 7, from which herrclf for having such arcpresen-h- o Grcondalc, was a Bcrea visitor tho mado a very impressive talk,' is.tivo to tnko enro of her mu- last of tho week, and on his return closing Vith a brief comment on nicipal bodv affairs. It is tho duly of took with him his younger brother, somo of tho noble traits or charac every true Berean to look to thi3 Thomas, for an operation for ap- ter or liltlo Bessie. body of capable gentlemen ror a pendicitis, to a Lexington hospital. Sho was an industrious and obedi- pood and prosperous civic year. Wo shall bo obliged to any ent child witli studious habits,- - es furnishing us tho given ono a mother to her two younger namo of a Miss Robinson, a former brothers, Henry Mason and PUBLIC SCHOOL NOTES W.T. Jr. Berca Collego student, now engaged She was always ready .to help Henry E. F. Dizney, Principal in hospital sorvicewith Amb. Co. in his studies, and quito often rockFour moro months or public Ilaso hospital, Ft. Oglethorpe, Ga. W. ' W. F. Brown, formerly of Whites ed heratlittle brother,with T. Jr., lo school after this week. Moro ought sleep night and motherly to be accomplished in theso four Station, lias recently rented Urn hands would put him to bed. " than was accomplished in the provi- formerly belonging to J. K. farm Tho talk mado Jy Brother Huds- - ous five Bakor near tho Dopot and has moved peth was all thp moro impressive Miss Virgio Wynn supplied for to tho farm. becauso ho had laid away to rest Miss Dian last week and Mrs. Ida Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Durham aro tho tho remains of four infant chii Iron Abnoy supplies fills week, proud parents of an eight pound boy and ono grown daughter. When tho Miss Dean is in Robinson Ho'pital born this morning. remains of little Bcssio wcro lying this week threatened with pnou-i- a House, for rent and somo lots for tho open casket, ono could but monla. Ad, sale. Dr. S. R. Baker. bo impressed with solemn rcflec- -j Nnoma Robinson supplied for Miss LoRoy E. Eastman, a Borea grad-ua- lo Hons as in her arms was rondly em- -. Smith most tho day Monday. rff tho class or 1908, has been bracoJ Ono of tho littlo dolls. School Lunch has grown in popadmitted recently to tho law firm ular lifeless form was all but larlty sinco tho cxtromo cold wcath-roverAllen, Smith, Bakor, Effler and with beautiful flowers, or sot in. Applications como from 3, whoso office is in rooms somo of which wcro presented by outsiders for school lunches. Our O. Smith & Baker Buijding, Toledo. her loving schoolmates, with aboau- - limited accommodations nro hardly His Berea friend3 extend congratu- tiful boquet of carnations presented adoquato for our own needs, lations to him. by ono of her classmates, by whom! Tho Board of trustees camo in a Mrs.. -- Tho Farmers' Night School, advertised in last issuo on page si, and tho program planned, is bolng carried out this week to tho letter. 4 very night, regardless of tho inclement weather, which everybody is petting used to, tho houso has been filled with intensely interested and enthu lastic farmers. Everybody, who has an opportunity, lakei part in tho school. It is impossible to compute tho good, in dollars and ccnt, that this night school is It is hoped the plan will bo pursued by other communities and gel tho advantages such a school gives. An nuto left Boono Tavern every night at six o'clock Willi tho speakers of tho hour. It certainly docs thn farmers good to meet in this capacity. tto-In- Ellen Gulhrio Pasco, well MESSENGERS OF THE COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC INFORMATION known to many Xl .Heron, bid adieu President Wilson has sent the folto tho cares of earth nt Atlanta, Ga , on tho 20th of December. Had alio lowing letter to to Mr. Colin H. Livremained until tho lltli of this ingstone, President, National Counmonth she would hnvo bocn --sixly-Ilvo cil, Boy Scouts of America: years of ago. Sho was with her My donr Mr. Llvingslono: w "I desire to entrust tho Boy Scouts and daughter, Dr. and Mrs. Charles W. Gould, her homo of America with n now and Imporduring most of her several years Of tant commission, to mako them thu widowhood. Tho funeral ond In- Government despatch bearers in terment took plnco on January 1. carrying to the homes of their comnt Newnrk, 0., hero tho remains munity the phamplets nn tho war, of Iter hushaiK., tho Rev. Martin K. prepared by tho Committee on PubPasco, rest. All tho living children lic Information. Tho excellent serTheodore O, Mrs. Mary Pasco vices preformed by the Boy Scouts in tho past encourages mo to bcliovo Gould, John 0., and Martin K Jr. were gathered there for tin Inst sad that tills new task will bo chcrrfully rites, from their far separated homof that this new task will bo cheerfully in Dakotn, Georgia, and Connecticut. and faithfully discharged. "Yours Sclncorely, Tho family were long residents "Woodrow Wilson." of Berea, where Mr. Pasco for a Tho Boy Scout of America, numlime was acting Pastor of tho Union Church; nnl a part of the children bering nearly 300,000, have responGraduated from Berca College. Mrs. ded to tho request of the President Pasco was a woman of rare intellect with hearty unanimity and will un and accomplishments, fitted to adorn jdertakc, as their despatch-bearin- g any society. To this she added a service, a distribution or copies of benevolent and lovable spirit, ever the President's Flag Day address, reaching out for opportunity to do published by tho Committee on Pubgood. For such "Ihcro shall bo no lic Information in phamplct form on September" 15, 1917, and regarded as inoro death." the most comprchensivo statement CITY COUNCIL ORGANIZED that has every been Issued by tho Tho town board on its regular Government in regard to thu fundameeting nighL tho 8th, met for or- mental issues of tho war. It is tho desire ot tho Adminisganization, election and installation tration, that this pamphlet havo of officers. W. B. Walden, whoso likeness wo carnful study by tho peoplo of tho acting take pleasure in presenting to our country and tho Boy as despatch bearers directly under 'onunand or the President, will dace the document in the hands or Tve million citizens or overy city, own and hamlet or tho country, with specific instructions that its contents be" cnrorully considered tud that tho render then mako it 'Us personnl responsibility to seo hat at least one other citizen or the immunity also reads tho copy. By 'heso means a minimum or ten mll-I'oor thoughtful citizens will have luvl this important mespago mpresscd upon their minds or will have been refreshed in memory as I the principles of tho war as cx- re sod by the President on son-in-la- Arc You Thinking of Marriage t s gladly explain our banking system. TART your wedded Hfo right. Tho younir man who la co.1 fj uhiik ins icinpuumg inaininony biiuuiu l.ll. I.I. muiicy. III uicr ho lias furnished his homo ho ihould hnvo something laid possible ndversitr. Wedded lifo means added nsido for responsibility for him: Tho prospective bridegroom should ones a bank account today. It means happineaa in the future. Wall 1 i! -1 Berea National Bank LECTURE-RECITAL GREAT CESS SUC- WANTED 200 barrels of corn; highest mar S. L. Halrd, Collego Farm, Borea, Ky. FOR SALE kcl prlco paid. Sir Edward Baxter Perry Plays Before Large and Appreciative Audience Atlantic City music lovers wero given tho golden opportunity or hearing Sir Edward Baxter Perry, tho roremost American pianist, last ovening at a lecture-recitgiven by him at. St. Nicholas Hall under the auspices ol tho Daughters of Isabella. Bcforo a largo nnd grent-l- v appreciative nudience, Mr. Perry gavo a carefully selected and exprogram of quisitely rendered LisU, Beethoven and Chopin, besides one or two ol his own compositions, which ror pjrity or fee'lng nnd breadth or well In -long among tho woik ot the old Ho tins the rare pit of uiii- -l rs. playing the most difllrult compositions with simplicity and delicacy, which brings them well within thn understanding ol many, so that lor th first time "tho barriers go down. b"twccn more physical sound nnd tho soul mid tho audienco catches tho inspiration and the earnest mood ol the artist," its sdmo critic put it. Mr. Perry, with his delightful mid brief explanatory talks before each selection, holds tho interest ol his audienco anil gives them a clearer conception or what the composer must have fell or thought and ho nwnkes in his listeners thereby, n broader appreciation of music and all it should convey, whether expressions of tho exterior, tho emotional, tho intellectual or tho imaginary. Ono is also greatly Impressed by Mr Perry's own gentleness or manner and quiet dignity besides recognizing his superior musical Intelligence and warm poetic temperament. To speak ol Ills blindness were to libel n mnn who sees and leels nnd lives through tho medium or Ills own intellect nnd by the beauty nt his soul. Ho is, in short, as tho people abroad wcro wont to call him "tho American Poet omong pianists." Tho recital from a financial standpoint was successful, nnd tho number ol prominent people composing the audienco gavo it n distinctly social bearing. Atlantio City (N. J.) al ruii)-r.ption, Ad.-3- 0. m m w, Five room ono-ha- acres; limits. Ad.-2- 9. lf houso and thirteen milo West or city W. H. Bower, Berca, Ky. AND BOILLER ENGINE FOR SALE. ns Sop-Hnb- er 15. Mc-Gui- rc. bo-sid- Tho pamphlet will he sent through the mails to the Individual scouts and in each package there will ha a manual for the puidanco or thes-- i young Government messengers. Acting under tho local instruction'" ol the Scoutmasters the despatch bear-rr.will deliver such printed matter as may bo issued from lime to timo by tho Committee on Public Inror mntion to citizens, carefully avoiding duplication. Thoy will accept signed receipts from the persons visited and also their personal assurances that tlhiywill comply witli tho requests made, particularly to aid distribution by passing tho documents to .others. Each Boy Scout is provided with an identification card, bearing his name, troop numbor, city and Stale, and declaring his appointment ns nn aide lo the Committee on Public Inrormatlon to serve as despatch heater ror the Government during tho period covered by his registration, under tho direction or tho National Council, Boy Scouts or America. President Wilson's letter requesting tho scrvico is reproduced in facsimilo on tho roverso sldo or tho identification card. m.Vi jojnoq qoimfsnp inoas wduji havo access lo rranked postal cards, rett'rnablo to tho Commltteo on Pnblic Inlormation, by means or which any citizen may order mailed to him any or the various war pamphlets whioh tho Committco on Public Information has published during tho war. N Having installed olectrio power in our plant, wo hnvo for salo ono 20 II. P..porLiblo boiler on skids, in splendid condition. No pntches or blisters. Also ono 20 H. P. Center Crank cngino with two ilrivo wheels. Wo hnvo been using this machinery up to date and it is In good conSTEPHENS? V MUNCY, dition. Ad. Keren, Ky. OUR STOCK OF GOLD The gold monetary stock (coin and bullion used ns money) in tho United Stales on November 1, 1917, is estimated in Secretary McAdoo's annual report at $3,0 1 ,500,000. Tho Incrcaso in the pnst ten months bus been $171,500,000. and in tho past three years, ? 1,230,500.000. In Iho years tho portion of tho world's void monetary slock hold by .tho United Slates has increased from approximately onc-ftflo moro than 1 lh one-thir- d. An embargo has b!on placed on the exportation of butler, except lo nations associated with tho United States in war. FARM FOR SALE 55 acres of limcslono land, well fenced, watered by springs and ponds. Six room house, barn, cribs, and outbuildings. Ideal location two miles west of Bcrea. Easy terms if sold at once. W. II. JAMES, nd.-3- l. ncrca, Ky. F. L. MOORE'S Jewelry Store FOR Gazelle-Revie- w, January, A CORRECTION 10. nd.-3- 0 First Class Repairing AND GEORGE W00LER CLARK DEAD ed 320-33- Tho Federal TradQ Commission has granted to thrco American firms licenses to manuracluro and sell tv7 drugs which horetoforo havo been controlled by eneipy aliens under Amorlcan patents. Hag of tho Tho milltary-servic- o Lighthouso Service, Department of Commerce, contains 1,200 stars, ono for cacli ofllcer and employeo or tho Lighthouso Scrvico now serving in tho military forces of tho United Stales. Govorninent barges havo been placed In servico on tho upper Mississippi, and through Government Value of HaoDlneta. Make persona happy and there will nsslstanco a now fleet is lo bo built for this service' Sugar is bojng not be half the quarreling or a 'tenth moved by bargo from Louisiana part of the wickedness there is. plantations to New Orleans. sho was much loved. Tho services at tho residence wcro conoluded by a precious and touch- Ing prayer by Brother English, fol- lowed by tho singing by tho quar telto or tho. song, "Saro in tho Arms or Jesus." Tho Pall Bearers wero Waldo Wiley, W. H. Duncan. Robert Dur.- can and S'cott T. McGuiro. At tho cemetery Brother Huds- ncth prono"ncc-- I tho lost bencdlc- tibn, committing all that's earthly nf liltlo Bossio In tho Gravo to await tho Trumpet Can or our Lord when wo siinll nrlso from tho sleep of death to over bo with tho Lord. body to visit tho school last wcok, and held a brio! colled session, Look out ror tho Honor Roll next wcok! Tho main regret is Hint so few will oppcar on it. Wo liopo for n better showing next month, Association Tho Parcnt-Tachcmeets Friday evening at 3 o'clock. rs' Boys' and girls' clubs in northorn and western slates pledged for war servico in gardening, canning, poul- try raising, and other emorgeny on- terpri?es havo moro than 800,000 members. was tho Tho winter or 1910-1- 7 most disastrous tho range stock- Vigorous campaigns ore on In sov-cr- al I 'on of tlio West nnvo over Known. States to incrcaso tho uso or Tho lamb crop lor tho entire West was 15 to 20 per cenl below tho wood ror fuel in placo of coal. In average, and tho call crop was con- Virginia convict labor is employed to provldo wood for fuel. siderably bolow normal, Tho sad nows of tho death of Georgo Woolor Clark camo as a shock lo-- his many friends hero. Tho death angel called him from his now homo at 217 Hartrord Ave, S. E, Canton, O., whero ho resided sinco Inst October, on Sunday morning, tho 20th., alter an illness or six weeks. Tho luneral services woro hold in tho homo yesterday at 2:00 p.m. by the Rev. E. P. Herbruck and burial took placo in Wcstlawn Cemetery. ' Mr. Clnrk was a native ot Moriden, eo Conn. Ho recolved tho college or B.L. In 1911 from Bcrea College and beenmo teacher ot Printing in his Alma Mater in which capacity hf- - labored till August or 1017 w'licn he marriod Miss Ruth Jacob, and n littlo later mado their homo in Mrs. Clark's rormor homo city. Ho leave his widow and brother Charles F. Clark, ol Waro, Mass. His many Berca friends extend to tho bereaved widow thoir heart-ro- ll sympathy In this sad hour. do-gr- Scrap Iron, Heavy Copper, Light Copper, Heavy Red Brass, Heavy Tallow Brass, Light Brasa Zlno, Lead, Hides, Hon Hldet. Posy aid Tho annual banquet, which for Beef Hides, No. 1 Sheep Colt Skint, Rage, elovon years has been given lo 2,500 No. 1 Rubber, No. 2 Rubber, Auu. employes ot n North Carolina indus- Casings. trial establishment, has been can- Also buy egga and poultry at highest market prlcee. celled and tho $5,000 which tho ban- selling. Am paying Call ma tofora more aay quet would havo cost has boon do- one else In town. If you thaa deeast nated, to tho Red Cross. This action liver, I will call for your roods. was taken by n voto ol tho employes. r RICHMOND, KY. 3S A aT Wo aro advised that tho following news Item is erroneous published in our issuo or January 10, 1918, lor which wo nro sorry: "Win. vho wo recently round in his barn unconscious, and almost paralyzed, Is nblo to bo out again. His friends nro grateful for his recovery." THE CITIZEN. Fihe Line of Jewelry MAIN ST. BEREA. KY. M. WIDES the General Dealer, gives notlea that Scrap iron and other Junk have advanced in price. Wanted, 20 Can or Mora I !... FOWLS WANTED! Chicken Day to Farmers Will pay 2c under Cincinnati top quotations on all fowls brought On Monday Only of Each Week J. S. GOTT Berea . Kentuckv $100 in Education Equals $1,000 in Land. r Jnmmry 21, 1018. THE CITIZEN Pago Five. Dogmnn, C. 0 Amb. Co. 'HI, Camp Imric, Jack, 30 Coloman SL, London Sharpo, Dowoy F, 22nd U. 8. Aoro Bovlc, I t. Worth. Toxas. Knirlnn.i. i 8quodron, Fort Worth.'Toxas. SMART PEOPLE BUY DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS Wlllard, Fort Slownrt, Isaaos, Lieut. M. J, 320 F. A, Camp Settle, Mark, A. family Newipaper for all that It right, Dommon, First Aliichino Co, Ft. I Taylor, Louisville, Ky. irui,nu imeretnng BcnJ. Harrison, Ind. FROM Diamond, AubroyF. Cadet, 27th U.S. Johnson, Stanley, Co. No. 45, Paris Simpson, rnbKahod rry ThufxUr t llre, Kr. Green, Dowilt, Ky. For Aero Squad, Camp Hicks, Texas. Island, Port Iloyal, 8. C. ward. Dlxun, Chester, Camp Taylor, Louis- - Jones, Hlnrn, 2M Aero Squad, Park- BEREA PUBLISHING co. Shorle, Scrg. Braxton C, Co K, 148th (!ncrpofid) v"l''. Held, Tenn. Inf, Camp Sheridan, Montgomery, WM. C. FROST, f d.trJn-Ct.l- f Dlznoy, Wm, Bat. D, 10 F. A, Camp'Juien, Simon, Co. It, Ala, loth Inf, Fort II. WERTENnrRGtR. M.n.n, Editor C I Stanley, Leon Springs, Toxas. Isetijamiti Harrison, Ind. Short, Sgt. Cyrus P, R. 0. T. C, Subscription Rates THERE IS A REASON Dwison, C. 1'., U. S. Naval Training Jetikuis, Charles N, Supply Co. Ji Chattanooga, Tenn. rAAIII.K IN ADVANCE Station, 1st Old Co, Nowport, II. I.) On Ynr , ,., Field Artillery, Camp tt.m Shorto, Scrg. I). C, Co Jf, 148th Inf., SI , . .f-i Month John F, Co. I), 330 Inf., Camp ' man. Chillieotne. u. Camp Slicrldan, Montgomery, Ala. Thr Month, RICHMOND KENTUCKY Taylor, K iKincald. Bradlev. fin. h n.nh inf Slcmp, Lieut. Alfred C, Bat. B. F. A, Band mon nr ttnm Unn. hr Onlrr. limit, Itrgltteml letter, or on ml two Douglas, Vco M., Amhulanco Co. No.' Camp Taylor, Ky. Camp Stanloy, Loon Springs, To. ernt lUmpt, 2, Fort Logan, Houston, Toxas. Lowls, Hugh, Camp Sheridan, Mont- Th data flr rnur nm on lbl thowi to wnuaiiaynur uurriniion It pHI. If it it not r.nny. uinuui, i win inr. nana. Camp Sears, Lewis, Nr, 70 acres land 1058 gomory, Ala. cnanKfu wimin uirra wrrklBllrr mntwAlnotl Monday. February 4, 1918 t. Bhclby, Haltiesburg, Miss. Selllo Sherman, 15 acres land 17.03 Lockin, Earl W, Ilcg. A. rtccrult Dc Smith. Pro,iorln i. tot pinM irn.ni. Mlttlnir numbrri wilt he lltlljf tuppllnl If w fronl ,Ioor of 11,0 Madison Stowarl, Hcnsloy, 30 ncrcs land 3.C0 Udwnnls, John Paul, Band Master, an notlAtd. tach. Co. 0, Camp Taylor, Ky. tal, Barracks A. 3, Camp JacksoD, Liberal Umirirn to an wfinokuln nrw County Court House, between tho Stevens, Patlio, 50 acres lanl.. 0.33 140th Inf. Band, Haltiesburg, Mlsj. Lynch, Scrgt. Dora, 52nd Inf. Mill. Columbia S C forut. Any on rndinir In four ymrlr luutiniiuuni cn rvcviTo in iiuin I rre ror Edwards, T. A, Jr, Co. M, 50th Mill tary Branch, Chattanooga, tenn. Smith, J. W, Co. 310, U. 8. Amb. Il0,lr8 of ono nml t,,ron Smith, D. C, Nr, 45 ncrcs land 3.00 no rrar. lary Branch, Chattanooga, Tenn. Martin. Sergeant HoborL Med. Dnnl. Short, Annio E. & Co, 1 town AdwtUInx ratrt on application, V; D- - BENTON, Camp DIx, Trenton, N. J. r.uwnrtis, itoDcrt, Ulllcors' Training lot Mth F. A, Fort Sill, Okla, 12.72 Smith, John, Amb. Corp Co, 310 Camp Shcrin M!("snn County, Kentucky Camp, Leon Springs, Texas. Short, Annio E, 2 town lots.... 10.37 I Martin, Carlylc, Fort Leo, Peters DIx. Trenton, N. J. eo W A' Johnsn Before the salo Tnylor, Enoch, 70 acres land.. 7.3 Englo, Stanloy, Ofllccrs' Training burg, Va. St. Clair, Roy D, Army Y. M. C. A, bnd savo cosls- Camp, I t. BcnJ. Harrison, Ind. Vhn Winkle, Joe, 4 ncrcs land.. 5 JO May, Bruce, Q. M. Corps, Co. 1, Madi Chattanooga, Tenn. . Fulks, Elliott L, Hdqr. Co. 140th Inf., son Barracks, N. Y. Wilson, Mrs. Bellie, 1 town lot. 12.72 Street, Arvol, Med. Dept. 80th T. liatticsburg, Miss. WHITE LIST May, G. II, Q. M. Div. 87lh Aero COLORED LIST Chattanooga, Tenn. Glado, No. 6 Ernbcrg, ,Ollo, 119th Inf. Band, Hat- Squadron, Mt. Clemens, Mich. Glade No. 6 Klllln, E. L, Co. C, 147 Inf, Mont Adams, Lucy Carter, 1 town lot $ 3.03 Ballard, Fred, I acre land Berca Col I ego Is proud of tlio rec ticsburg, Miss. Marlow, Georgo, Co. 2, Squad. 335, gomery. Ala 3 3.95 ord of ila soldier boys. They liavo Fcnwick, Leonard L, Camp Custer, Aviation, Ft. Thomas, Ky. Klncaid, Bradloy, 37th, 10 Tr, Bn, A,,rams- - William, 1 acre land.. 3.50 Bronaugh, David, 7 acres land... 5 JO , answered llio call of our Country niejranticr.-maryacres land.. 2;n Bronaiigh, Nancy J, 10 acres Battle Creek, Mich. McCann, John W, Co. B. 309lh En 15a. D. B, Camp Taylor, Ky. with the spirit of men. Wo shall Fclton, Corp. Flavol L, Co. "A" 55 gineers, Camp Taylor, Ky. land Lewis, Noih, Co. L, 10th U. 8. Inf, 'Uoxnmhr, Jas. W., 15" acs land 358 0J29 Asberry, J. H, 50 ncrcs land... 0.04 Burnam, Julia, 2 acres land.... 5.03 always follow up their caroor with Inf, Chickamatiga Park, Ga. McComas, Balllo Creek Ambulanco Fort Benj. Harrison, Ind. tlio deepest interest. Tlio names of Fielder, Leonard, 3rd Co. 1st Bat. 159 Co, Allcutown, Pa. Spence, Sgt. E. L,Co. I, 18th Inf. A. In'",ose, F. Nr, 1 town lot.. .. 3.35 Uurnam, Chns. Sr., 1 ncro land.. 3.05 D. B, Camp Taylor, Ky. Homo aro probably not on this list McGuffy, William, U. S.-A,nl,'c. John W. Nr, 4 town Burnam, Chas. Jr, 0 acres land 7.72 Penn E. F, via. N. Y. P. O. Iola If nny one knows of a Berca man Fielder, William, 3rd Co. 1st Bat. 159 sylvania, Postmaster, New York, rM Blythc, Fannio Hrs, 1 aero land 3.02 Spence, Sgt. W. F, 4th C, 1st T.1 in the Army whoso namo is not i.i D. B, Camp Taylor, Ky. I Ambrose. William Campbell, Fannio E, 1 town lot 3.11 J. Nr, 1 aero McGuirc, Ben, Franco, E. F. Co. M, Bn, Camp Taylor, Ky. lnml this list send in tlio namo and ad Hennery, Elmo, 1)8 Aero S. Squad, Oth Inf, Via. N. Y. Criglcr, Dave. 1 aero land Spink. Corp. Paul. 1st Co. Military' ' 0.00 ,V. E. F, Via. New York P. M. dross to (ho President's Oillco, Beroa McKay, Lieut. Waller H, Medical 1152 Cornelison. Chas, 12 ncrcsland 5.07 Police. Camn Lciran. Houston. To. Abill, Amblin, 1 lown lot College, Borca, Ky. 'clnda, Nr, 20 Criglcr, Millie, 2 acres land.... 3.02 Flint, Sgl. Sherman, Fort Hodman, Corps, American Expeditionary Stllwcll, Lieut. Abner J., Co. G, 342nd naker- - Mrs- New Bedford, Mass. 2.08 Easley, Thos, 0 ncrcs land.... 0.01' Forces. mnd Inf, Camp Grant, III. Good fortuno. go with all. Franklin, Harliu. Co. 3. C. A. C. Fort McMullln, Samuel, 159th Inf, Camp St. Clair, Ray D, 55 Inf. Military Baker. James R, 1 lown lot.... 0.71 Elmore, Irvine Hrs, 37 ncres Shelby, liatticsburg, Miss. 8.02 Delaware, Del. adBMnms, Lieut. Tounscn, 1 (Olli Inf., land Branch. Y. M. C. A. No 29. Chatla- - Baker, W. T 1 ncro land 3.C0 Baker, Mitly, 20 acres land.... 2.08. Elmore, John Jr.. I acre land 357 Foster, Samuel, Ambulance Corps, 10 Menzlc, Leonard W, Overseas Batnooga. Tenn. Camp Shelby, Ilalticsburg, Miss. M. O. T. C, Fort Riley, Kans. talion, Marino Barracks, Paris Is- Stout, Charles E, Camp Taylor, Lou- - Bohon. Mrs. Lou, I ncro land.. 451 Francis, Sam, 1 ncro land.... 2.3! Adams, Lieut. Wiloy, 1 10th Hcg. Inf. urown. . w, l aero land.... 12.00 Fife. Alex, 2 ncrcs land French, Marvin. (Navy), 1012. 18th land, S. C. Camp Bhclby, Hntllesburg, Miss. isvillo. Ky. 5.30 St., Brooklyn. N. Y. Miller, Robert E, Block II. 15, Camp Single, Dean, Electric. Div. Detach- - Brown, Geonre. Nr. 3 aces Ind 8.53 Fife, Jonas. 3 acres land 3.0.i ,Alcr, Antonio, 159lh U. S. Inf, Camp French, Otis. U. S. Naval Training Johnston, Jacksonville, Fla. Shelby, liatticsburg, Miss. " acres lanti meni Knllsled Specialists, Fort o.ujj nocKor, .loiin, l acres lanl.... 3.15 - Alford, Orccn I)., U. S. A. N. Morgan, Reuben, Camp Taylor, Barton, William E, Nr, 20 Station, Berkeley, Va. Hocker, Chas, 4 acres land.... 9.33 Monroe, Va. S, Pon ncrcs land Louisville, Ky. French, Ottis J., caro Naval Y. M. C Tate, J. Harl, Camp Sevier, Army1 2il" Hipsins, W. A, 3 acres land.... 4.53 sacola, Fla. , Morgan, Rufus, Med. Dept., Ft. Bbnj. A, 107 Sands St, Brooklyn. N. Y. 3 aeres land.... 3.09 Kennedy. Ashfnrd, 1 ncrc land.. 4.03 " Mrs. Y. M. C.A. Sevior Branch, Green- Amburgy, Denver, Co, M, 1 tOth Inf, Carpenter. James. 20 acres land 3.05 Maunin,"Robt. Hrs, 1 1 ncres land 3.09 Harrison, Ind. Frost, Lieut. Clovcland, 511 F. A, villo, 8. C. liatticsburg, Miss. Camp Funstcn, Kansas. Moore, Edwin, Hdqr. Co. 330 Inf, raulbcc, Seldcn, Eng. Corps, El Paso, Cnmonter. John. 50 ncros land.. 7.32 Martin, Sarah, 2 acres land.... 3.01 Bailey, Frank. Ilcd Cross Military Camp Taylor, Louisvillo, Ky. Carter, Mrs. Sallie, 120" acres Gahbard, Scrg. E. Blaine, Ambulance Martin, Ben, Nr. 2 acres land.... 3.00 Texas. Hospital, Somowhcro-i- o Franco. Corps No. 12, American Expedi- Moore, Harold, Aviation Corps, Colum- Tcmplcton. R. R, Y. M. C. A., Fort land 11.08, Miller Isaac, 1 ncro land Baily, Orccn, Iladio Co., U. S. Navy, 453 tionary Forces. bus, 0. Chastccn, John 11,1 aero land.. 4.7" Miller, Smith, 5 acres land.... 5.13 Oglethorpe, Ga, Cambridge, Mass. Mitchell, Mary, 1 aero land.... 253 Travis. Vaud A, Ft. Riloy, Kans, foil in. Anderson, 17 acres of liaison, LletiL C. C, 1 19th Inf, Camp iahhard, John B, 330th Inf., C. E, Moore, George, Aviation Corps Camp Taylor, Ky. 8, Murrell, JC3t) L, Bar. 830 N. 4.G3 Moran, Alice, l'town lot caro of M. O. T. C. 'land 9.70 Shelby, Ilalticsburg, Miss. 21.03 Martin, Bessie, 2 acres land.... 2.3i Trospcr, Raloigh, 108 Co. 27 P. T. Coimclt. A. B, aero land Ilicknell, Corp. J. Paul, Hdq. Co, Gay, Colson,' Franco, via Now York. Camp Decatur, III. Bn. 5lh Reg, Camp Taylor, Louis- - Coylc. Thomas J.. 44 ncrcs land 13.37 I'ovton. Frank, I acrp ln.nd.... 3.09 119th Inf. Band, Haltiesburg, Miss. (iillcn, Boy, Co. L, 10th Inf, Ft. BcnJ Neal. Sidney, Battery A. 12 F. A. Ft. Coylo, Mary E. Jr, Nr, 1 town Meyer, Va. Harrison, Ind. Pnlnrd. John, 5 acres land villc. Ky. 550 Billry, Cheerful, II. Co. Naval Hosp., '. 0.65 odbey, Chauncey, Officers' Trainln; Nickcll, Clarence, Hdqr. Co. 149th Wells, E. J, U. S. S. Minneapolis, lot 5.63 Rice, Irvine, 0 acres land Va. . Portsmouth, Camp, I'l BcnJ. Harrison, Ind. Inf, Camp Shelby, Haltiesburg, Crus M. Q 1 town lot New York. 750 Rice, Marv J. Hrs, 7 acres land 3.69 BirclillcM. William, Co. P., 20th Eng., Miss. Mil- ItrflnMi V I irilllu. Lieut. Arloigh C, Fort An L. F, Nr, 1 town lot. 0.85 Shearer, Mrs. Wm, ,1 acre land 5.05 Wheeler, Val, Camp Beauregard, La. Nickcll, Ira, Lieut., Camp Taylor, Wiloy, Robert, U. S. S. Harlford, nr.niRbtnn. F. L, 1 town Int.... 9.07 Shearer, Beard, I aero land.... 550 drown, Mass. Bowling, Crovor, Camp Shelby, Mis Louisvillo, Ky. Dallon. Thomas, 22 ncres land. 953 Sharer, Sam, 2 acres land.... 5.87 Po?lmasler, New York Cily. Ilrnnsun, Jerry, Co. 81, Beg. 8, 0. LA Grillllli, Fleming, Somo whero in Osboru, J. 0, Co. D, Oth Eng, A.E.F., Wiley, Lewis A, U. S. S. Harlford, Dougherty, Franco (Simpson. Hrs, 3 acres land'.... 3.02- Nancy Hrs, 40 N. T. S, Great Lakes, III. P. M, Now York City. acres land 4.77 Po'tmasler, New York City. 058 Tilus. Mvrtle, 1 town lot Itoyer, Clarence, U. S. S. Florida, Gross, Frank, Col M. 4th Inf, Gcttys burg, Pa. Parker, Clarence, Camp Sliclby, liat- Wilson, J. Oscar, Marino Bar. Co. 72, Evans, Nnfbnm, 3 norcn land... 4.77 TriMilo. Trnv. ! acres land.... 553 Postmaler, New York City. ticsburg, Miss. Embree. Haltio F, 1 lown lot.. 1057 Vanehn. Eliza. 1 acre land.... 5.03 I'aris Island, S. C. Brock, John II, 2nd Tr. Brgd. Lino Gross, Orville, Hermit C. A. C, Fort Phelps, Glenn, Ambulanco Corps 21, Wiseman, Earl, "Somewhere Motl, Salem, N. J. in Farley. Susan. 50 nrres land.. 05S Martha. 1 aero land.... 2.31 31, Kelly Field, So. San Antonio, llackett, II. W, 3rd Plat, 13 P.. Co. Fort Clark, Texas. Folherglll, Edward, Nr... 1 town Walker, Steve, 7 acres land France." 4.05 Tdxas. Picklcsimer, Parncll, Y. M. C. A, Wolfe, L. D, 313 Aux. Reg. Sta. Vet.j S. 317, Ft. Tlromas, Ky. 8.03 Walker, Will, 1 aero land lot 3.02 Brown,' Corbclt, Camp Taylor, LouisHall, Lieut. John, M. O. Co. 53, Mili Fort Orglcthorpe, Ga. 'Gnbbard. William, 10 acres land 358 Walker, John, 1 town lot...... 9.07 Corps, Cajnp Sliclby, Miss. ville, Ky. tary Branch, Chattanooga, Tenn. Porter, Donald, Musician, 140th Inf. Young, C. Harvey, Fruitland, Now Gibson, J. D. 3.69 2 acres land 251 Walker, Ben, 1 town lot Browning, Benjamin F, Somowhcro Haley, Corp. Earl D, Ord. Depot, 38th Band, Hdqr. Co, Haltiesburg. Miss. Mexico, Forward. Gndbov. L. ,T 2 town lots. ..,..1050 Wilmore. Geo, 3 acres land.... 4.59 In France. Div, Camp Shelby, Haltiesburg, Powell, Stanloy, 18 Co., 12 Bu. 150 ""J'- - Mm. .1. W 1 town lot.... 12.72 While, Geo. Sr, 12 acres land.. 9.07 Brashcar, Dishman, UPS. S. Bridge, .nrn a Mi Miss. Parker. Thomrs L, Battery D. Reg, HMromb. Mrs. Lena. 1 tmvn lot 550 White. Samira. 8 acres land.... 2.3i cam Postmaster, Now York Cily. "m"'.. or completo e, "awk ins. John W, Nr., 18 acres Walker, Robert, 39 acres land.. 43.0 . Calhoun, Quinccy, Ft. Leo, Peters HaUnk, George, U. S. Gon. Hosp. No. 321, F. A. H, Camp Sherman, names for our 1.onor roll are wcl- I .md 7 Roland Park, Baltimore, Md. 0. 3 mi burg, Va. come. Help us mako our Roll a com- WORLD NEWS Campbell, William, Chief Bugler, Hart, Lieut. Joseph, Camp Taylor, Parker Robert, Co L, 120th Inf, plcto roster of Beroa men in the ser- - """'"pvorth Granville, Nr, 1 (Continued from Pago One) Louisville, Ky. S'crvico Branch, Greenville, S. C. 1 -.- 17. 110 Inf. Band. Ilalticsburg, Miss vice, ono of valuo as well as ono of ,, , orcisc of the rights of a nation pet- Carpenter, Sgl. llollins, Troop B, Mil. Barrel, Gordon, 10th Inf. Med. Dpi, Parson, Chester, Marino Bar. Co. 71, .l.:n, .num. l ni:ro I.HHl.... M,, ling on pood Terms with nnothcr. Paris Island, S. C. Fort Benjamin Harrison, Ind. Hudson. E. W, Nr, 30 acres Police, Camp Funstcn, Kans. iTI.n TTniln.l Cf nlna is L.uiistuiitiy nnnnlnnll.. 13 UllllUll iJLlltUS Harrison, Creed. Co. 78, Main Bar Patin, Ralph, Y. M. C. A, Des Moines, land . 13111 Caudill, Sgt. James B, Co. D, 3IGth IN OUR OWN STATE WiiiuiuiiK m icnrn uio iruu situaracks, Paris Island, Port Royal, S.C. Iowa. Jackson, J. R, 1 town lot 3.78 Camp Lewis, Wash. Engineers, (Continued from Piae One) tion in Mexico anil is about to send nnoitlnpntiK. .Tnlmcnn Qnlill1ni. fV in nnv.no Troop B, 13th Cav, Hammond, Scrgt. Benjamin, 333rd IViirenn, Leland E, 32nd C. 151 Do- - nl.i.l: ll'np.i tinnicn.l Cecil, Capt. J. a new commission lo t,,al country- pol It., Camp Meade, Md. Inf, Camp Taylor, Louisville, Ky. in Hio mix-u- p; land 3.05 Sanfordycc, Texas. but no passengers 11.09 Chapman, Floyd, M. G. Co, l iOthJnf , Bays. Sgt. Earl T, 18th Co. 5th Tr. Perry, Pcnn, Camp Taylor, Louis injured. Tradlc will bo delayed to- - Johnson, W. S, 1 town lot ,.WArPMrm nppnr ittom wn ville, Ky. Bn Camp Taylor, Ky. la.V on account of tho wreck. Johnson. Sam J.. 5 acres land. . '3.95 Camp Shelby, liatticsburg, Miss. Hays, Herbert, Musician, 149th Inf. Perkins, U. S. S. Jenkins, Postmaster, Chapman', Henry Clay, 10 M. G. Co, 1I t l 1 IU 11 l lit f if J ""IIV.', 'i AUGUST 24, 1912. New York City. Hand, Camp Shelby, Haltiesburg, Tones, Humphroy, 100 acres land 051 Camp Shelby. Haltiesburg, .Miss. D. B. Camp Taylor, Ky. Of The Citizen, published weekly, Miss. U, S. Inf, Chastccn, Ernest, 159lli HOLLAND IN STRONG PROTEST Kp,v. Sm. ir. acres land 353 Kelly. William M, 15 acres land 353 al Bcrea. Kentucky, for October 1. llembrce, George, Ofllccrs' Training Puckett, John Allen, Co. G, 149th Camp Shelby, Hattlosburg, Miss. ,9,7 Inf., Camp Shelby, Miss. Camp, Ft. BcnJ. Harrison, Ind. Chastccn. Jesse, 159th U. S. Inf, NetherUnd War Minister Assallt Unit- - Knuckles. W. M, Nr, 1 towa lot 3J0 Hcckmaji, Walter W, Asst. Band Ralnc, James Watt, Army Y. M. C. A , Lnljes, J. W, 12 atrcs land.... 5.97, Editor, Wm. G. Frost, Berca, Ky. ed State. Over Alleged Deten- Camp Shelby, Haltiesburg, Miss. Chattanooga, Tenn. Managing Editor, C. H. Werten- lon of War Munition. 1 aero land Master, 149th Inf. Band, Hdqr. Co, Co., Lakes, T. 10.10 CWIds. Herman, N. Y. S. Reams, Robert, InL Co. D. Med. Tr, Haltiesburg, Miss. Lamb. Svlvoster. 13 ncros Innil Bill berger, Berea, Ky. Nowporl, ft. I. Camp, Ft. BenJ. Harrison, Ind. uusincss Manager, u. u. werien-bcrgc- r, Amsterunm, jnn. commenting Lain. Mary F, fl acres land.... 3.71 Childs. "Manly." U. S. S. Nebraska, Hill, Ernest B., Block II. 15. Camp Berea, Ky. Redden, Scrgt. E. A, Ft. Omaha, on nBtatemehtmnilo hy the war mints- - .(.,igfellner. Henry. 70 ncrcs Johnston, Jacksonville, Fla. caro Postmaster, Now York City. fer to the Nctherlnnils parliament con Publisher, C. H. Wertcnberger, Be- Omaha, Neb. In. i.i n.t.l J Inl fl Claude, Co. M. 321st Inf, Camp Hllllnrd, D. Moss, San Pedro do ' Clar. " 'rca Ileid, Harry B, Aviation Squadron, c'ernlng tho nllcgcd detention In Amcr- Macoris, D. It. A. B, Nr, 1 town lot.. 2.70,"""' Ky Jackson, Columbia, S. C. lea of 1.000 machine guns and 100.000.. ban Anlonio, Texas. ' 101 Clark, Walter, 31 Inf. Med. Dept. Billiard, Dudley, San Pedro do o.w ' "wcii nvsji ipwn 000 cnrtrldges, which hod been bought ', Richardson, William K, Med. Dept, nnd paid for by the Dutch government. Lowcn. Wm, Nr, 0 acres land.. 251 nam53,H. Macoris, D. R. ,of Fort Bliss. Texas. 1 per or more of Ft. Sill, Okla. Tho Hague Nleuwe Courant protests Malicoto. Brack. Nr, 5 acres ifw amount of 8lock Collins. Charles. Med. Onicer's Y. M Hook, John T Caisson Co. 2, 112ht lolaI If not a C0I" Ammunition Train, 37th Div, Rice, Augustus, Da tlio Creek Ambu Indlgnnntly against such treatment of land C. A, Fort Oglcthropo, Ga. 058 Bivo names and dresses a friendly nation. lanco Corps, Allentown, Pa. r Camp Sheridan, Montgomery, Ala. Moo 8 03 Prallon' Collins, ftobcrt E, N. ft. Sta, Co. 8, r nvldual owners.) illirn The newspaper declares that the Hoffman, Clarence, U. S. Aviation Rlltcr, Corp. Henry A, 309 Fid. Sig. Kt Norfolk, Va. l01 Pll Berea Publishing Company, "110' holding up of the nrms nnd nmmnnl- Bgd. Co. C, Camp Taylor, Ky. Corps, Columbus, O, McQueen, lliornas, 2 acres and 3.95 Collins, Samuel F M. O. T. C, Post tlon Is profoundly humiliating nnd 3Q Wm Q Frml B R Hoffman, Frank, U. S. Aviation Corps, Reynolds, Taylor, Battle Creek Am- amount' to a cool denlnl of Holland's 'orvillo, Chas. D, 20 aorcs land 4.03 Ex, Ft. Oglethorpe, Ga. ccuu .. ... unu. .. . . n....l.. r.1. i bulanco Corps, Allentown, Pa. -i Columbus, O. Combs, Lieut. Sowel, Camp Taylor, goou inun, ohks wneiner ll IS in rurns, nusiur, i iuwii ioi tj WrrlpnliPrirrr llrpa , Kv -f Hogg, Harvey, Co. D. 2nd Ky. Inf, Roark, Edward, 37th Inf. Mod. Dept, America's Interest to deprlvo n neutral Parker. Isaac. 40 acres land 0.03' 40 per cent. Louisville, Ky. Ft. San Houston, Texas. tho means to defend Its neu- - Parsons, Mandy, 1 town lot Haltiesburg, Miss. tnte of 83 Cook, Tom, 108 Field Amb, British H. E. Taylor, Berea, Ky, 30 per A Oil Howard, Richard, U. S. 8. Pennsyl- Robertson, Jackson, Co. C, 23rd U. 8. frailty. Preston, B. A. 1 town lot Exp. Forces, Franco. cent. Eng, Camp Mcado, Md. vania, Postmaster, Now York City. row-en- , w. m, 4 acres land.... 3.95 Cornell, Jodc, 1st Co. 113th M. P., Known bondholders, mqrlagees, Howard, Georgo, U. S. S. Pennsyl- Roblo, Carroll, Hdqr. Co. 140th Reg. New Vegetable Wax Fiom Ecuador. Powell, Denton. 1 ncro land.... 2.88' and olner security holders, holding Camp Shelby. Halllcshurp. Miss. Band, Camp Shelby, liatticsburg, vania, Postmaster, New York City. uiiK-iu juuiiiua mums, wave, i town ioi Cox. Sgt. Eilward O., Co. K, 148th Inf izsxi i pcr cent or more of total amount Miss. Toward, John, Forward, Birchfield, Kr-.. Camp Sheridan, Ala. acr.es Iand V. f...",2 of bonds, mortgages, or oilier sccur- , - iu.PKP.uRobinson, Charles, Ft. Thomas, Ky. Ky. Coylo, True, Syracuse, N. Y. lown ,olvr" ."lea: (If thcro nro none. so state.) fl, cl.crs- - "aru,aJ M,v, ... Robiiison, Fred, Hillsboro, R. R. 2. mak nc ;,Hl , Crance, Lonoy, Camp Taylor, Louis- - Howell, Marcus, U. S. 8. Georgo - i town lo- t- 7.45 llllllcr' uscar. (Berea Collego holds certain prom- .... .h a H...111. Thi- v Forward. Washington, Brooklyn, N. Y. villo, Ky. isory notes against tho corporation.) tree trunks lu uhumlur form, ouch tree Bnmsoy, M. B. Si Co, 80 acres Hylton, Charles, U. S. ' 8 Goorgo Robinson, James S, Gist Inf, Co. K, furnishing ubout fifty pouuds. The' 12.02 '""'I Crnln, L. 0, 18th Co. 5th Tr. Bn, Avorago number of copies of each Cliarlotto, N. C. Washington, Brooklyn, N. Y. trees grow in groat numbers mi tho IUlJor, W. T, Nr., 1 aero land.. 251 issue of this publication sold or disCamp Taylor, Ky. mountains along the toast. Siimples flitter, Tlios. V, 0 acres land Cress, nolllo, Co. K. 148th Inf, Camp Hudspeth, Lieut. Ralph W, 333rd Rogers, John L., "Over .Thcro." tributed, through tho malls or otherReg. Supply Co, Camp Taylor, Hitter, Henry A, lOUh Co. 159lh of this wax were sent to Franco and ' nnd j town lot.. . 1107 wise, lo paid subscribers during tho Sheridan, Ala. Depot Brig. 02nd Bn, Camp Tay- Germany, from which countries favor- - t0berts, Susan J. Hrs, 10 acres Louisville, Ky. six months preceding tho dato Crecoh. nny, 53rd Co, Naval Trainoble reports nml an offer of 10.5 cents lor, Louisville, Ky. T,in,i Norfolk, Va. shown nboyo. Hubbard, Lloyd, Camp Shoridan, (This Information ing Station. V 'V a pound wero received. A'. Rust, S. II, 305lli M. G. Baf, Co. C, is required from daily newspapers Montgomery, Ala. Curry. Everett, 5th Co. Del. C. A. C, iuucn, mrs. onurman, i aero Cnmp Upton, N. Y. C. II. Wcrtenberger. land 3.02 only.) A. E. F. Franco, via Now York. Hunter, Harry S, Bat. A. 110 U. S. F. Royse, Felix, Hdqr. Co. 330th Inr, No Right to Crow. 509th Managing Editor. Daniels, Capt. Irving, Co. C, A, Camp McArthur, Waco, Texas. YloHtn wlin una cniimllniv n fan Hobinson, W. G, 1 town lot.... 457 Camp Taylor, Louisvillo, Ky. Sworn to and subscribed beforo mo Eng, Camp Trovls, Toxas. Hunter, Hlnlon II., 108 Co, 8th Reg, Sapp, Claud, U. S. Naval Tr. Camp, weeks In tho country, heard a rooster Robinson, H. V, Nr., 21 ncrcs 'nn,l crowing ono mornliig, and stamped Day, Kclloy. Naval Training Station, this 21st day of January, 1018. U. S. Marino, Galvoston, Texas, Portland. N. H. her foot uugrlly, exclaiming: "Oh, you Hoso, Picas, Nr, 2 acres land.. 9.07 Ellen H. Raymond, Notary Publio, Great Lakes. III. 30 Coleman St, Sandlin. Floyd, U. 8. fif. Nevada, shut up; you don't lay nny cggsl" Imrio, Lieut. N. A., 11.09 (My commission expires May 21, llowletl. Sid, 1 ncro land Depp, Lieut. William. 330 Inf, Camp Loudon, England. Postmaster, Now York City. 1921.) Samuels, Samira, 150 acres land 81.03 Taylor, Louisville, Ky. The Citizen 'y. OWEN McKEE as Slier-Doolo- y, Prnt-ofllr- n Berea College HONOR ROLL . j ncs , ( 111 C 1 - Dr-vnl- Irs, ' n,i,iniri Chil-licolh- ... I J, 1 I AT -8 J, ' fBfcn. 'aa'''f "iiA l1 1"tl' "" ... .- I r , I 0, : Z: r ;. ,...,..,,. 3 's, " oi r You Can Go To School This Winter If You Think You can Pago Six. January 24, (018. MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spencc, Farm Demonstrator and Special Investigator BOYS' AGRICULTURAL CLUB REPORTCOUNTY AGENT SPENCE'S TERRITORY bo received a lesson each month on SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE 1st Door HOME DEPARTMENT Conducted by Miss Margaret Dizney, Director of Home Science A WHOLE DINNER IN ONE DISH of n Examination Questions for Boys' Clubs Nnme len plnnt foods. Name four plants that gel nltro- cen from the air. 3. Arc any soils in Kentucky low in potassium? 4. In what part of Kentucky nrn soils low in phosphorus? G. In what part of grain crops is most of tlio nitrogen and phosphorus found? 0. Where is potassium found in 1. 2. 7. plants? What is meant by a rotation of uu pruviuoa wwiu County Agen.t Spcnco would llko to hear from tho five boys who seTo the ! In Tin aril la fnrppfl tlV wnr conditions. l r.n,nn.r. cured their pigs from tho Citizens fertilizers? ' regular prico of board as advertised In the catalog will be added this Ho would like n 19. What is tho value of farm ma-- " Bank, Brodhcad. young men, iwemy a report from each boy concerning his vcar, for young ladies, ten cents week, and tor nurc? How is it wasted? cents. 20. How enn you prevent land from work with his pig. Thi n.iu m.Rn in the vear's expenses for girls, and 17.20 for oy washing. and "cheaper Uan but still leaves the cost half that at other-schooCounty Agent Spcnce gave the, DON'T FORGET FARMERS' WEEK, staying at home." above questions to his Agricultural LETINBTOW, JANUARY 29, 30, 31 and PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, Incidental fee and room rent Thcsa questions FEBRUARY II Club members. Installments are as follows: hy the term, hoard by Iho half term. prepared by Slalo official., were based on tho lessons each member LOCAL FARMERS TO GET NITRATE WINTER TERM studied and recited through the Government to Sell Nitrate for FerExpanses (or Boys tilizer Through County Agonts entire year. Each member receivACADKMY VOCATIONAL CoLLEGR ANI1 NORMAL SCHOOLS FOUNDATION ing 70 or above will be recognized S 0.00 Notice has been given to Robt. F. Incidental Fee $ 5.00 ' by a certificate for the years' work. t 7.00 7.20 7.20 000 Below are tho names, addresses, Sncnce, Agricultural Agent for S. lloom . :.. IOjJO 10.20 10.20 and grades of those who took this Madison and Rockcoatlo Counties, Board. 6 weeks " 24.40 23.40 that the U. S. Department of AgriStale Examination. Amount duo Jan. 2. 1918 .... 21.20 92 10.20 cost a supply of 10.20 culture will sell at Ambrose, Earl, Bcrea Board G wceksduo Feb. 13... 10.20 '33.C0 '31.40 Abrams, Clinton, Clover Bottom. 90'r nitrate of soda to farmers in Madifor Term Total i... Expenses for Girls Abrams, Arkcy, Clover Bottom. OO'Jc son County. 82 Tho nitrate was purchased thru Incidental Fee auu Baugh, Henry, Bcrea 1 70 7.2 tho War Industries Board tinder tin lloom 000 Barrett. Charles, Bcrea . 70.C authority of tho Food Control Act Board, 0 weeks 900 Baker. Wi'Iard, Bcrea 95"'i as a part jf the program for stimu-'alin- g 23.80 22.80 Bowman, Ned, Borea Amount duo Jon. 2, 1018.... 20.00 .. 0.60 951 9.60 agricultural production. It 9.60 Bowman, Lcela, Berea Board 6 weeks, due Feb. J'-.91 '33.40 32.10 will bo unloalcd at Atlantic ports 30.20 Burnell, Anthony, Berea Tolal for Term 80Vo md the. price will bo' $7550 a ton. Coyle, Anna, Berea This does not include the dollar deposit nor money for booka or 97 free, on board cars at port of arival. Fish, Lona C, Berea laundry. 85 Farmers aro to pay in addition Fish, Robert, Ml. Vernon Special Expenisi in Addition to Incidratal Fee lutlass 897 freight from port of arrival and tho Fowler, Vernon, Berea 98 State Fertilizer tag fee. Fowler. Elmer, Berea Wintrr Foil Sfriufr 88 How to Obtain Nitrate Gabbard, Earl, Big Hill 11 2.00 110.00 114.00 Stenography and Typewriting 90 Applications' for a part of tho Bookkeeping (brier course) Gabbard, Ohmer, Big Hill. 10.00 12JW 14.00 85 (00.000 tons of nitrate bought by th Bookkeeping (regular course) Holcomb, Granville, Bcrea 5.ft 6.00 7.00 1W-- Government wjll bo received only HackcL Minnie, Bcrea Business course for students Hurst. Nc'son, Clover Bottom..'. '5? from actual farmers or owner or la other depn-tment88' pJ holders of farms for uso on their Hn""nr Mrotbnrff X II"n 7.50 10.80 Stenography T'' 'and, and may be mado through Johnson, Frarflc, Orlando Typew tiling, with one hour's 72 Count Acent R. F. Spcnco or through McQueen. Stanley, Bcrea 6.00 7j00 0JX use of instniment 57 - any member of a local eommiltco Proctor, Iloscoe. Orlando Com. Law, Onu fieog. Com. 87 consisting of J. W. Hcrndon, chairPigg, Robert, Big Hill USO I JO Arllh.. or Penmanship, each .. 2.10 78M man, J. Miller Lackey. E. T. Fish, Raine. Kenneth, Berea. erinl Business Fees exceed 115.00 per term. In no rasf will Strunk. Toddy. Goochland.... 93 H. O. Lamb,, nnd J. C. Bowman. man or young woman caa get an education Any 937 No money will bo required with Settle, Rollie, Big Hill at Berea if there is the will to do so. tho application but upon notico Saylor. Druiicl IL, Brodhead....8S If it is impossible for any young man or young woman to be 6 from the C.vnty Aeent farmers who Todd. Charley, Asbury......... in school Hie full year, by all means they should enter for a course dur'.2'.' havo siened applications must Todd. Henry, Asbury 92 with a local hank. nss"clntlon, ing tho winter and spring terms. Vaughn. John F Berea Tho public schools will closo about Christmas and tho teachers 85 or individual designated by tho SecViars, Cecil, Big Hill retary of Agriculture to act as tho and advanced pupils should not ho idlo through tho long winter Williams, Clarence, Asbury.... Jd 80 farmers' agent for that p'TPnse, months but should he studying in Berea where the best education can Andcrron. Egbert. Berea 91 monoy to cover tho cost of the. fer- he gotten for least money. Owens, Jack, Ottawa papers were tilizer except tho freight charge. Tlip examination Applicants must bring or send a testimonial showing that they art graded bv a club committee, con- After the money is transmuted to above 15. years old. In good health and of .good character. This may b sisting nr C. B. Anderson, principal Washington tho nitrate will bo signed by some former Berea student in good standing or some reliablf pf Scaffold Cano Rural School; John shipped to tho farmers. If applica- teacher or neighbor. The use of tobacco is strictly forbidden. M'linp, prnnt Master. Berea; and J. tions for tho nitrate exceed tho supMilfer Lackey, Secretary of Agri- ply of about 100.000 tons tho GovFor information or friendly advico write to the Secretary, cultural Boird of Directors, Boron ernment will allot tho supply on a MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Ky. pro rnta basis among those who apand Richmond. Out of tho 52 who took tho exami- plied. Applications must bo reA College Education. txperunenting. nation. 35 passed. Each club mem- - ceived bv February , On entering Mllllkcn's room one dny A story not new, but worth repentCINCINNATI MARKETS. commri to fair JT03.5O; ills friend, IMngley, found bltn thump- ing. Is once ngnln going the rounds In j $lO.250ir, belters, extra $10.50 011.75, good to ing tho ii I u no wliIi nil his might mid England. Two bootmakers, whose Flour, Hay and Grain. cbolco $9,76010.50, common to fair $7 irnwlng the most discordant noise faced each other In the FJonr Winter patents 110,70, winter 09; cows, extra good to cbolco from tho luHtrouiciit. "What In the village high street, were very distinctfancy 10.20, do family $9.70, do extras. $8.25 09, common$9010, to fair $6.2507.25, name of all that Is good lire you play- ly rivals. Ono of them had n son at $8.70, low grade $8.20, bard patents canners $G06GO, Blockers and breed- ing?" nsked IMngley, "I am trying' to college and, In tho first week of his va$11.25Q)11.75. ers $609.50. piny that score of Wugner's," replied cation, there nppeured in tho shop wlu-doHay No. 1 timothy $30030.50. No. Hogs Selected beavy ahlpp. s the motto: "Mens Consclu Ilecto." $29.6030, No. 3 $'8.76029.25. No. 1 117.26, good to choice packers and Mllllken. "Hut the score Is upside clover mixed $29.75030, No. 2 $29,250 butchers $17.46, medium and mixed $17 lown," wild IMngley. "That's true," Ills rival over the wuy was for soino 19.76, No. 1 clover $30.60031. 017.25, stags $10013.26, common to inld Mtlllkert. "I lint It the other way time a little nonplussed, but within a Oats New No. 2 white S4H085V4c, choice beavy fat sows $10016.60, light 3p at flriit, but couldn't make heud or few duys he uroso to the occasion and '.all of It, mi I thought I might succeed there appeared In his window a curd standard wblte 84V&85c. No. 3 wblto shippers $16316.76. No, 2 n this way J" bearing tho legend, "Men's aud WomI484c.81082c. mixed 8216083c, No. mixed en's Conscla llectl." Chrlstlun MoniBUYS NEW CLOTH E8. Butter, Eggs and Poultry. In Denver soon after prohibition tor. Monkeys Use Fists. Butter Wholo milk creamery extras went Into effect a woman exhibited Brnehm. In his "Tblerleben," tells 13c. centralUed creamery extras 6016c, with creat pride the first dress her Irsts 48Hc, seconds 46c, fancy 45c, husband hnd ever purchased for her, how certain kinds of monkeys cuipha-air- e No "Short Change" Here. No. 1 packing stock 34c, No. 2 30c. their feeling by striking with An automatic change calculator, although they hnd been mnrrled long Ets Prime firsts 66c. firsts 65c, or- ennueh to hnve n child In the eighth their flxts. When angry or excited they, ivhlch paH out correctly the difference bring tln'lr lists down upon the ground between one dollar and tho amount of dinary flrsu 6ic, seconds 49c. grade. She added that he had a new with nil their might. They aro not purchase, Is lielng used In banks. Live Poultry Drollers, under 2 lbs, suit, too. 36c; fryers, 2 lbs. and over, 2Cc; roast iile km foollxb n h the nmn who ham- Mores, et cetera. The new change log cblckens, 4 lbs and over, 2Cc; mers the tnlilo with Ills list. They milker saves time ns Weil as mistakes, fowls, 6 lbs and over, 2Cc; ZVt lbs and Good Training. iTnvo this excuse: the are looking for for the change Is paid directly to the ever, 24c; under 3ft lbs, 24c; roost"Flubdub runs bis new car with ex- a kione or slick with which to cruck MiKtomcr. The cashier merely presses ers, 18a . treme caution." "Yes, he's been used the skull of their dissenting fellow hey marked with tho amount of Live Stock. to running u baby currlage." monkey. purchase. Cattle Shippers $10013; butcher ateextv. extra $11012.50, &ood tojdlolcfl crops? 8. How orlcn should legume crops bo grown? U "What is a sour soil? 10. In what part or Kentucky aro snlU annr? 11. What should wo put on our soils to make them produce better crops? 12. How much of the materials com monly usid to swcclcn sou? soils should bo nut on an acre? 13. Name as many kinds of fertiliz ers containing phosphorus as you can. 11 Which would you use? . 15. Namo tho common nitrogen fer tilizers. 10. How wnM you add nitrogen to the soil? 17. What is a complete fertilizer? 18. Should farmers buy . complete soils theso lessons wqro followed from limo to tlmo by a letter from County Agent Spcnco. Tlicso club members did excellent work, and responded to Government calls In every way they could. Lona C. Fish, Bcrea, mado biggest yield of corn per aero (115 bushels). Lcola Bowman raised tho blggcsl pig (123 pounds). Teddy Strunk, Goochland, mado greatest improvement and did best work during tho year, considering his tlmo in tho club and land ho worked. Ho produced 45 bushels of corn, 55 pumpkins, and i bushel of shelled beans on his acre. Beginning his work ho had to burst recks with an old ax and roll and carry them off his acre. When plowed, ho used same old ax to burst clods. Ho also carried manuro in an old dish pan to manure his Berea's Vocational Schools money-earnin- Training that adds to your general education. g power, combined with The Youngsters WiU Like It. rather Will Ltko It Ton Will Like It. Tonr Pocketbook Will Surely Like It. Your Bod'es Can't Help Llk'ng It. "Uncle Sam" Is Bound to Llko It. Everybody Will Like the Dinner. Why? One-dis- h TOR YOUNG MEN Agriculture, Carpentry, Bricklaying, Printing. Commerce and Telegraphy. TOR TOUNO LADIES Homo Science, Dressmakiag, Cooking, Nursing, Stenography and Typewriting. 2nd Door Oeneral Education for those aoi far advanced, combined with some vocational training. No matter what ymir present advancement. we can put you with othera like yourself and give chance for most rapid progress. Berea's Foundation School , 3rd Door For those who are not expecting to teach and who are not golag thru College md desire mure general education. It also gives tho best general education for llioso who wish a good study and expect to carry it on by themselves Berea's English Academy Course acre. Tho averago yield of corn in Jackson County per acre is only 136 bushels. This boy, Just over tho line of Ilockcasllo in Jackson, produced as stated above. Frank Johnson of Orlando, Rockcastle County, produced blggcsl yield of corn reported in Rockcastlo County (87 bushels). Tho Cub work is a great work for our young people. It should bo encouraged and recognized. Letters aro coming in to tho county agent from old members nid new ones asking to bo members start in 4th Door This gives the best training for those who expect to leach. Courses are so arranged that young people can teach through tho summer and fall and attend school through the winter and spring, thus earning money to keep right oa in their course of study. Head Duiainoros great book. "Iluw to Teach a District School.' Berea's Normal School 5th Door Berea's Preparatory Academy Course This is the straight road to College best training in Mathematics. Science. Languages. History and all preparatory subjeeta. The Arademy is now Berea's largest department lext year. 6th Door Berea College This is the crown oi tne wnoie insuiuuuu, courses in all advanced subjects. ls - A dish hot and savory good for work or play that is why tho father and the children will llko it. Easy to cook and serve that is ono reason why you will llko II. Only ono dish lo cook, few plates to wash, steps snved. you can Good nourishing food feel suro that you aro feeding your family right if you glvo them this dinner. It contains all tliolr bodies need to help them work and grow strong. This dinner helps you do your part for our country. You can navo wheat and meal to ship abroad. Our roldiers and tho Allies need them moro than wo do. rish Chowder Rabbit, fowl, or any meat hs used inslca I of the flsh, or tomatoes of milk. Carrots may bo omitted. IVt pounds llsli (fried, salt, or canned) ; 0 potatoes, peeled and cut in small pieces; i onion sliced; 2 cupp carrots cut In pound salt pork; 3 pieces; cups milk; Pepper; 3 tablespoons flour. Cut pork in small pieces an I fry with tho chopped onion for (lvo minutes. I'ul pork, onions, carrols. and potatoes in kettlo and cover with boiling wnler. Cook until veg etables are tcnlcr. Mix thrco tablecup spoons of flour with one-ha- lf of cold mi'k and stir in tho liquid in the pot to thicken. Add tho rest of tho milk nn l the fish which has been removed from the bono and cut in small pieces. Cook until tho fish is tender, about 10 minutes. Servo hot. You can omit salt pork and uso a tablespoon of other faL Dried Peas or Beans with Rice and Potatoes IW cups rice; 2 cups drlol peas or beans; 0 onions: 1 tablespoon salt; W teaspoon pepper; 2 cups tomatoes (fresh or canned). Soak peas or beans over night in two quails of water. Cook tiulil lender In wafer in which they soaked. Add rice, onions, tomatoes and ca.onings and cook 20 minutes. Potted Hominy and Beef llotnlnv is excellent lo uso ns part ail ono-didinner, if you havo a llro In your stovo so that you can cook it for n long time, or uso a llrclcss cooker. Ileal IW quarts of water to boiling; ndd i teaspoon of salt nnd 2 cups of hominy which has been soaked over night. Cook In a doublo holler for four hours or in tho flrclcss conker overnight. This makes 5 cups. Tills recipe may bo Incrensed and enough cooked In different wnyj for several meals. Hominy is excellent combined with dr'ed, rnnned. or fresh Ash, or meat rs may bo nnd vcgclablo used. Hero is ono combination. o; 5 cups cookel hominy; 1 2 cups carrols; t teaspoon snll: Vt pound dried beef; 2 cups milk; 2 tablespoons fat; 2 tablespoons flour. Melt tho fnt, stir In tho flour, add the cold milk, and mix well. Cook until it thickens. CuLlhe potatoes nnd carrots in dice, mix nil tho ma terials In n baking dish, and bake for ono hour. Theso dishns supply all live kinds of food. Knrh is enough for the wholo dinner for n family of five. !M them with bread nnd with fruit or Jnm for dessert. Then you will havo all tho llvn kinds of food your body needs. Tlicso llvo kinds are shown below. sh left-ovepo-lal- THE rjVE FOOD 0R00P3 Vegctan'es or milts. 2. Milk, or cheese, or eggs, or flsh, or meat, or beans. 3. Cereal: Corn, rice, oals, ryo, or wheat. 1. Slrupor sugar. 0. Fnt: Such as dripnlngs, oleomargarine, oil. butter. Choose something from each of tlie.so llvo groups every day? 1. MORE ONE-DIS- H MEALS There aro some more rerlnBs for dishes or this kind in United States Food Leaflets. "Instead or Meat" (Leaflet No. $ tells what foods nro good to use" when you don't buy meat, and how to mako some meatless one-dimeals. "Mako a Littlo Meat Go a Long Way" (Leaflet No. 5) will help you to cut down your meat bills. Tho sttvory stews and meat pics show how you can give your family a good imc-dlmeal bv usinir n littlo meat in various combinations. You can mako up other recipes for yourself by combining foods from most of tho live groups. Pass f'em on to .yojir neighbor. sh sh No Man Should Expect More From His Country Than He Will Give It By DR. IR NELSON MOLLIS Pttadenl ol American Society ol MrcktnScil Ensiotcn ' '- de-po- rit w All preparations for public tervico must bo baa-- upon a foundation of good citizenship in our whole country if our ofllcials aro to serve well in this republic. A human pyramid can bo formed only with strong men at Hie bottom, and no firct-rat- e public service can ever bo built up on a flabby, careless attitude toward civic duties. America is young yet. and tall, with It is like a boy who has grown far too rapidly, loosc-jouilunlimited possibilities after his framo shall havo been knit into a solid years is not enough to bring a mast?. Ono hundred and twenty-eignation to its majority, especially one mado up of such diverse elements us ours, the dumping ground of all the world for tho oppressed and the poor. Every individual must bo regarded as part of the public fcrrico, and the first tiling )io must acquiro whether ho bo native born or immigrant is public conscience. In 6omo way tho ordinary citizen too often argues that becauso this is a government by the coplo and for tho people tho state owes him something. In that respect our patriotism is in part a sham, and we havo plenty of evidenco to provo it. Tho first demand of our republic is, then, an educated public conscience. No man should expect moro from his country than ho is willing to givo it. Thoso who whino about injustice in modern society aro usually getting about what they deserve. Tho second demand on every citizen should bo a knowlcdgo of our institutions and tho method of government. Tho normal American is d and is morally upright, but slack in his responsibilities to tho public. The first thing to learn is that freedom docs not mean emancipation from all responsibility to others, It means tho that permits reasonable surrendor to tho nocdVof all men. Rousseau's doctrine, that man is born free, is false unless tho word freo. is defined in tome better senso than that in tho dictionary. Men aro never free. From the cradlo to tho gravo they havo to yield, and every individual lacks freer dom in just tho proportion in which ho has to learn to live with other people. Ho must think of tho wishes and tho interests of others. ed ht right-mindeeclf-coptr- ol ALCOHOL INCREASES FATIGUE. Fatlguo Is duo to tho action upon nervo endings und nervo cells of poisonous products formed within the body as the result of muscular meFor a fatigued person to tabolism. add to his blood, unless In minute doses, another poison In tho form of alcohol, Is only to mako matters TO SYMBOLIZE A CLEAN LIFE. Four thousand men In the First Odlcers Trolnlng enmp at Fort Ite-ser- ve Sheridan. Ill- part of the war free from hatred, wanton brutality or graft, true" to the Auter lean purpose and Ideals, 2. Aware of the temptation Incident to camp life and the morn I nnd worse rather than better. What are nodal wreckage Involved, we covenant together to live the clean life nnd to required aro longer periods of rest. 8lr Thomas Oliver, M. D.. LL. D., In seek to estnhllHh the American uniform ns n symbol aad guarantee ot The Drink Problem of Today." real manhood." "1. We undertake to maintain our - slcned this pledget Time is Your Fortune Ebn't Waste it! January 24, 1018. T1IE CITIZEN Page Seven. SUNDAY SCHOOL Lesson 6. First Quarter, Feb- ruary 3, 1918. THE INTERNATIONAL SERIES Safety by Surrender By REV. D. D. SUTCLIFFE EiUntlon Department, Mood? Dibit IrutltuU, Chicago TBXT-Ix- st HANDICRAFT FOR GIRLS By- BOY SCOUTS (Conduct! br National Council or th USE OF PARCEL POST TO MARKET EGGS - DOROTHY PERKINS ibopxrignt, oy A. roeiy I fall.) BASKET MAKING WITH GRASSES. my iS1 nor Bcoun of Am. Men. ) Tho baskets are built of colls of grasses, each mado of several strands Uks of trencth.-- Ii. !7:S. of grasses, and upon tho caro nltb OWED BOY SCOUTS A DEBT Tho possngo from which this text which tho grasses are assembled nnd VA boy scout courteously nsked a Is taken Is n call from the Lord for tho turns of tho coll Joined to one his enemies, both another, depends the success of the womon worker In n Kansas City, Mo., Taking up ttio verses between Inst ' In gathering tho grasses, omco If sho would buy n Liberty bond. tho ungodly and basket. week's lesson nnd thin one, wo noto pull long ones, becauso less splicing "I havo already bought about as also his back' Christ wns over touching the people, mnny ns I enn nfronl," snld she. "Still, will be necessary with them. sllddcn people, to Tor ho wns truly tho Grent Teacher, To prcparo the grass rope for tho you nro tho first boy scout who has turn to him beforo and It In written, "Who tencheth llko basket coll, lay together enough asked me to buy, nnd I owo something his Judgment falls. to the boy scouts." hlra? And wo mny well pray, "1'hnt Ho declares ho "Would you mind telling mo why which I sec not, tench thou mo" (Job will como nmong you sny that?" nsked tho boy. "I 81:32, 30:22). llcforc ho went away them ns n fire would like to tell my scoutmaster." among briers. He ho Mid thnt ho would send tho Holy "Thrco years ago," said tho woman. offers them safety Spirit, who would tench us nil things "I didn't hnvo n regulnr Job, and neith by surrender to (John 14:20), ond ho did, nnd wo mny er did my husband. I used to go to him and Issues tho rely upon him ns ever In us to guide tho market Saturday nights to take call of this text. us Into nil truth. CORRUGATED PASTEBOARD BOX FOR EGQ8. advantage of tho reduced prices In Ills Judgment Is When he cnlled Levi, or Matthew, to vegetables. One night I bought a good (Prepared by the United suro to fall and jjUJULJlll iHh'ili'ff paeaassBirBT.i ij Btates Depart- light through them so as to reveal th follow him, ho promptly did so. having mnny nnd wns struggling under tho jgI1TJr ment of Agriculture.) power will bo no doubt honrd nnd received his tench-Inlond when n boy In khaki uniform InThe successful use of the parcel condition of tho contents." A slra-pl- o needed to avoid It candling outfit may bo made of Ho then mndo Jesus n fenst In sisted on taking tho henvlcr bundles. post for marketing eggs Imposes the Whero his homo (Luko 5 :20), nnd Invited innny power bo found nnd safety con this This Is our work, you know,' ho snld need of great core on the producer. an ordinary pastebonrd box sufficientsecured? of his publlcnn friends nnd other sin- Not by fleeing nwoy Only such eggs should be shipped ns ly lnrgo to be placed over a small proudly to me. but by drawing ners, ns well ns thoso who were "I could only thank him, but I never nro produced by healthy fowls kept hand lamp after tho ends hnvo been near. Not by opposing forgot," snld the woman,-"andisciples of Jesus. This brought yielding to him. To tho him but by today under proper snnltnry conditions and removed. The box should hnve a hole sinner nnd I feel I must buy ono more bond to supplied with sound, wholesome feed. cut In It on n level with the flnme of snors nnd scoffing from the tho backslider the Lord appears as Several notches should be help save America for such citizens If possible, only scribes nnd phnrlsees, who an enemy. To yield eggs tho lamp. should bo produced for market : fertile cut In the edges onwhlch the box ns theso boy scouts are going to be." were nbovo nssoclntlng with such peo- any enemy seems llko or surrender to folly, the rusheggs deteriorate rapidly and are tho rests, to supply air to tho lamp. The ple, nnd led Jesus to any,thot ho enmo ing Into dnnger. Hut yielding to tho cause of much loss. A broody hen on box should be sufficiently largo to preEXPLORING A CLIFF. not to cnll people, hut Lord means safety. And so this cnll the nest, or exposureto n temperature vent danger from cntchlng Arc. The sinners to repentnnce. Ho does not to surrender to tho Lord Is nlso a cnll from other sources sufficient to stnrt ono shown In Fig. 1 Is mode of corwnnt worship or sncrlflco from un- for tho exercise of fnlth In Incubation, causes nil such eggs to be rugated pasteboard; ordinary pastesaved people, for they thnt nre In the tho protector from his owntho Lord as grasses of equal length to make a sure com rejected when they nre candled. Eggs bonrd will servo the purpose. Cnndllng flesh ennnot plenso Ooil. but he Is rendy ing juugmcnt. xo Human renson thickness a tritfo less than the diame should be cared for carefully, begin- Is done In the dnrk, or nt lenst away havc mercy upon nit who como to escnpo would seem to be Impossible, ter of a pencil. Then grasp these ning with keeping tho fowls under from strong light nnd ench egg Is held Wi. Compnre Mutt 0:13 nnd Hos. How enn we cscnpe tho righteous Judg grasses In your left hand, and taking such conditions that the eggs will not against the hole In the side of the 0:0, nnd sec Horn. 8:8. We enn only ment of God nfler hnvlng Incurred It a long strand of grass, wrap It around bo soiled In the nest by mud from the box, when Its condition may be seen. sny to people who nre good enough In by our own conduct? It Is not possible the bunch from stem ends to blade feet of the hens or otherwise; they An egg that shows nny defect should their own estlmntlon thnt while wo ore-- with mnn, but with God all things nre ends, bringing tbo turns close to one should bo gathered nt least once n day not be marketed. sorry for them, we never heard of n possible. Failure Is not In him, but another as shown In Fig. 1. When Violate Federal Laws. (twlco would be better), and should be Saviour for them. you reach the ends of the grass in imperfect yielding to hlra. s Only eggs can be marstored In a place, which Then enme up tho question of fastblades, take another bunch of equal A Possible Thing. must be kept as cool as possible. keted successfully by parcel post The ing, on which these Pharisees counted thickness and splice them on to the Tho text says: "Let hlra take hold Eggs Intended for s so much, which led tho Lord Jesus to trade shipping of bad eggs not only will ray strength." There Is no obstacle ends of the first bunch, lapping the should never bo washed, ns washing cause dissatisfaction or even loss of speak of himself ns tho Ilrldegroom, of ends about Ski Inch (Fig. 2), and bind- to be the customer, but. In Interstate shipremoves' the natural mucilaginous and his disciples ns the children of the belief ovcrcomo except tho Inherent un Ing them together with the covering of tho human heart Each one coating of tho egg nnd opens the pores ments, will violate tho federal food ' snylng thnt they would Is grass (Fig. 3). An strand of nmictcd with this. It Is tho hinder of tho shell. Eggs which nro soiled law If thero are more than Ave per hnvo ocmslon to fast In hts absence, ing thing that opposes all safety, ccr rope Is long enough to begin the basshould be kept for homo 'use or dis- cent of bad eggs In a shipment The but not while he wns with them. These tnlnty or enjoyment with. Fig 4 shows how to start It is the one com ket posed of otherwise thnn to a parcel-po- limit allowed, however, Is no excuse I'hnrlscm were pntchwork people, try- mon kin bottom. Coll the end of , PJJsaaanlia.&'9alara9aaHrP, for any bad eggs nmong those marof which nil nro guilty nnd a basket over on customer. ing to put something new upon some- ny tho rope to Itself, to form a winch nil the more or less bound keted. thing old, or something new Into some- -' It Is small button, and coll several turns Candle Every Egg. the sin which so cosily besets us, Persons desirous of building np a thing old, but such Is not tho Lord's In splto of the greatest core It will business of marketing eggs by this method, for our old sinful natures nre nut It Is possible to overcome It. hnppen under ordinary method should hatch their chicles early sometimes hen we como to tho place where real Incorrigibly corrupt nnd can never bo farm conditions that an occasional enough to hnve them begin lnylng In desire exists to escape the Judgment of Improved or made any better. There bad egg will nppear among those sent the fall season, when eggs aro scarce no real hindrances; we loi, must be n new nnture by n new birth may there nre to market. It will be wise to candlo nnd high priced. This will nlso result If we will, tnke hold of his asssHsfijraHEM from above Jesus Christ received strength and In It find wfcty. every egg shipped. Candling Is "the In more evenly distributed production Inlo our hearts nnd given full control, process of testing eggs by passing throughout the year. A Personal Thing. while the old must bo subdued, put off, "Let him take hold." I live for my reckoned .dend. Not reformation but regeneration. If any mnn bo In Christ, self and not another. I sin for myself, RETURN EMPTY CASES FOWLS GIVEN NO ATTENTION ho Is n new creation, in no sense In- 1 nm Judged for myself. And. If I find debted to tho flesh or having anything safely, If I escape tho Judgment I will find for myself and escnpe for myself. On Great Many Farms Chickens Must to do wlih It. Rustle for Themselves Hen Is Many Containers Are Made in The l'hnrlsees prided themselves Nono clso enn get It for me. It Is Not Properly Fed. upon their doings, their fnsts and n personal matter. In tho center of "Knocked-Down- " Style. feasts, nnd religious observances, their my own will lies tho answer as to Farmers, ns a class, are failures as holy dnys nnd Sabbath days, their long whether I shall go down to eternal depoultry raisers, In splto of the fact prayers In public places, their com- feat under tho Judgment of God, or When Returned Postage on Those Still that a large portion of our poultry mendation from men, while In God's whether I shall rlso superior to all the In Usable Condition Is Less Than and eggs come from the farms. On sight who reads the heart they were future holds of wrath. I go down by Cost of New Ones Consumer nine out of ten farms poultry must hypocrites, whlted sepulchres, n gen- opposing myself to God; I rise by of the rope nboqt this; then with a Scout Finds the Rope Which Each either rustle or partially starve, and Is Interested. eration of vipers (Mntt. 23:5-7- , 14. 23, yielding to him. I find eternal death coarso needle, threaded with the The Carries at His Belt a Very often both. stem of ono of the grosses, sew the 27, 28. 33). Thnt which the Lord had by fighting him; eternal llfo by sur Handy Article. (Prepared by the United States Depart A great many farmers pay so little given for the benefit of his people thnt rendering to him. It Is my own choice turns ono to another, using a plain or Agriculture.) which I shnll have. ment attention to feeding their poultry behe might reveal himself unto tbem, the stitch. Splice other MORE EAGLE SCOUTS IN TEXAS. Many shippers will doubtless find it cause they look upon It ns only a A Peculiar Thing. bunches of grass on to tho rope as Sabbath day. tho Passover and other desirable and economical to havo tho side line to save waste and not as a "Let him toko hold of my strength." you need them, and sew each turn of feasts, they had npproprloted, pervertSan Antonio now has four Eagle customer savo the containers and re- profitable department ed, nnd tnken credit to themselves for I ennnot tnke hold of his Btrcngth until tho coll to the preceding one, as you of their busiecouts, and this noteworthy achieve- turn them nftcr a sufficient number ness. They will not give being so religious. We, us sinners, I let go of that which I now hold. All build. If you haven't a coarse enough the hens the ennnot give God nnythtng, or do any- - the things I havo relied upon to seo necdlo, you can use linen thread to ment was reached when the .court of have accumulated. When so returned benefit of a test as to tho returns they mo safely through tho Judgment I must sew with, Instead of strands of grass. honor completed tests that qualified the postage In empty cases still In us will give for the same caro In feedlit nr. (1,1, V 1.101 I" Mlou 111.1, Ull.l, .....IK in ttl.Mian lit... .inttl . U I....... lira. able condition Is less than the cost of ing nnd housing that the other live r must have no hope In Draw the stitches tight, to make a three scouts as Eagle scouts, received from him the mercy nnd for relinquish, Lewis Kayton, who Is In tho first new ones. The customer should re stock on firm structure, and, while building ona gtveness he Is rendy to bestow, the my good deeds, by religious experithe furra gets. The Eagle scout in San Antonio, was pre ceive credit for the postuge required horses will hnve their needscows and eternal redemption purchased nnd pro ences, my moral code, my high aspira- turn upon another, pull In or spread studied f. tions yea, I must havo no hope in them according to bow much and sented with his badge In the summer, to return them, Many of the contain closely and nothing Is left undone that vided for us nt surh Infinite cost. Sal Like Job of old I must come to where you want the sides of the bas- a.no t tnrce new tngie scouts nre I Crs nre uinde In "knocked-down- " style, will give them n chance to do better, vntlon Is only by groco nnd wholly un . t t Tf na rt merited on our part (Itom. 3:21). The tho Lord saying, "I abhor myself." ket to flare. When the rim of the amines iicnmng, aj omiw una oei- I i. e to tnke apart and fold so they but the hen must produce the best redon Nye. Like Isaiah, "I am undone." can he, mndo Into n much smnller nack- - sults she can with no attention paid to Llko basket has been formed, cut off the Snbbnth wns .made for man that the The court of honor compels each ce or nnrcel. Containers which nro her needs at all. Lord of tho Snbbnth might specially I'oul, Thero dwellcth no good thing end of the coll, and trim back the on that day, when man ceases from In ine." Myself and my goodness nre grass blades to different lengths so the lesi 10 do morougn in every way, nnu knocked down to bo returned shoiild It has taken weeks and months of hard be nncked n such n wnv thnt thero his own works, reveal himself, and my weapons ngnlnst hlra. I must Iny coll will bevel off on to tbo rim. DISPOSE OF DEAD CHICKENS Tho basket In Fig. 5 has a handle, work for the scouts to attain this will bo no edges or points projecting bless us (27, 28). It Is lawful to do them down nnd In full and unconditional surrender of myself to him I and the making and attachment of "honor. without support or protection, as such Burn or Bury So Deep well on the Sabbath days (Matt 12: That Dogs Will In order to get the Eagle badge, a projections aro likely to bo broken or 12), nnd all acts of necessity nnd will find safety In tho surrender. It Not Scratch Out Disinfect Poulscout must take 21 merit badge exam- crushed In tho malls. mercy nre surely In order. Ills disci Is therefore, ns wns said above, a call try Houses. inations and several of these take plea were hungry nnd ho Justified their for faith In him. Ho can free mo from The cost of the container Is neces months of preparation. The Eagle sarily Included in tho price of the eggs plucking corn by tho story of David bondage, guard mo from harm and proWhen a chicken Is killed or dies. scouts won theso honors only by the to the consumer. It Is therefore to nnd his men when they wero hungry. tect me from certain disaster only ns hnrdest work and by deep Btudy nnd tho Interest of tho consumer to take dlsposo of It permanently, preferably Healing the mnn's withered hund was I trust him. Until I do so I will And by burning or by burying so deep practice. proper care of containers and to save the dogs will not scratch It out that nn net of mercy nt nny time. If you that he cannot do any work on my beDishalf becauso of my unbelief. It Is un will notice tho many times they found for return all that aro In usable con infect tho house nfter chickens have SCOUTS ASK FLAG RESPECT. belief which erects tho barrier. In tho dition. Since the return of containers been sick. It doesn't take long to disfault with him for doing good on tho will have some effect on the price of Sabbath day you can readily seo what case of the army facing certain nnnl only one thing remains to be The San Francisco Ad club, with the the eggs, tho proper spirit of thrift infectIt and Is likely to save more time a religious Idol they had mado It, nnd lillntlon. costs. A barrel of of the San Francisco Boy should cause tho consumer to take care than In which some 'orshlpcd It nnd not God. Again nnd done, and that Is surrender If death crude carbolic add Scouts of America, has launched a of all returnable empties and to send llmo been gain It Is written that because of his be not preferred. As long as the weap well stirred, should stand la ons are used and battle offered, tho demovement to make expressions of re- - them back In accordance with what has disregard of their Idol they determined the chicken house, and be used freely 1 to kill him (3:0). Doctor Weston has struction Is certain. Tho sinner faces ,A,u,;"ca,n UB more Ben- - ever agreement or understanding may on the floor and roosts. . . lV certain perdition ho fights against the puouc exjst between tho producer and him vim iu mm ijr, iiuniKuiurij ou aid that It Is often a surprlso when vvuiuuua, ono'a attention Is first called to the Judgment and wrath of God. There Is HENS IN COMFORTABLE SHED no escape, and can be none save by Accorumg to President samuci r. fnct, thnt the Immediate occasion of way of surrender. When the surI the determination by tho Jewish rulers the luuuouu ui uiu ciuo, ouuitj mi-- tuu DDnDrD uirtrMj-- r aii ur hit cuu Wind, Rain and Good Part of Cold to rcmovo their bats when tho flag ,,ur fcn to put Christ to death was his relation render Is mode, ho finds that the sup Must Be Kept Out Feed Well passes In a public parade. .to their Sabbath. Tho Sabbath might posed enemy Is really a friend ond to Increase Profits. Asked by the club for assistance, tho It Should Be About Two Ounces, and be called the Jewish national flag, and what was thought to be the worst When It Becomes Stale Its Conboy scouts promised to conduct a camin It they claimed a peculiar relation thing Is seen to bo the best Instead tents Begin to Shrink. The fowls cannot be comfortable In to God as their creator and redeemer, of God desiring to Injure, he flndi all tbla requires explanation. A piece of paign to ask men to doff their hats e wire electric a shed or In n poultry house which will do forms when the national banner Dasses. At but In reality they knew him not, nnd of God's desire Is to protect from An eC68 should weigh about two does not keep out wind, ruin and a How strange that tho one In a center core of the handle, to give It the next parade to' be held In that city through deceit refused to to know him (Jcr. 0:3-0Concerning the keeping jured should be the ono who can and stiffness, and several strauds of grass the boy scouts are to march In ad- - ounces and consist of a shell and two good part of tho cold, and to feed well of the Sabbath, I know no more clear will guard tho sinner from the effects are placed outside of the wlro to add vance, distributing cards asking men Bhe" membranes, a white albuminous and not house well usually Increase content, a vltellln membrane Inclosing the expense without Increasing the , thickness; then all are bound togeth to do this reverence to the ling. and simple Instruction thnn Isn. 68:13, of the Injury. A Powerful Thing. and limiting tho yolk, the yolk com- - Income, hu; when both go together er and concealed by a strand of grass "Turn away thy foot from tho Sabposed of concentric layers of yellow profits uro usually satisfactory, With mnn'a strength It would be Im (Fig. 6). To attach the handle, bend bath, frem doing thy pleasure on any GOOD TURNS BY SCOUTS. and white yolk ond nn air space at the holy day cnll tho Sabbath a delight, possible, but tho text says, "Let him the end of the wire core around the hmml pnfl nt thn ctt fnrmnH hv n HI. FEED tho holy of the Lord nnd honorable: take hold of my strength" and with rim of the basket, as shown In Fig. MEAT MEAL OR SCRAP A Cory, Pa scout, named Harold and honor him, not doing thine own God all things are possible. Thero Is 7; and fasten the ends of the grasses Maclnnes. saved the life of a little yMoiK of tbe sliell ,aembrnne and oc-tota, Best cupyDR ouout 5 ptl. ccnt of ways, nor finding thine own pleasure, nothing too hard for his performance to the rim, also. Fig. C shows a bas- boy who Plan la to Give With Wheat, bad. severed a large artery. n contents. nor speaking thlno own words." As to for be has omnipotence. Nothing too ket with another style of handle made Cornmeal or Shorts Should Not Scouts In McBnln, Mich., gave first i,PAlnnB When Bn ,ho deep for his understanding, for he Is In' the same way. tho day of tho week, wo keep the first Be Very Sloppy. gasoline explosion when two nn .nk.1 'd In .hrtnk ,iml i(li! ...ih h- Rmir hanUct. (TH fti day rather than the seventh, becauso omniscient Nothing too fur for him nien were badly lajured and no physl- - ration of wcter. the air space Increases siantlal unless by other the Lord Jesus rose from tho dead on to reach, for ho Is omnipresent. Power The best way to feed meat meal or. . ............. clan was to be had. .n the first day nnd repeatedly appeared bclongelh unto God and ho Is ready, m..orii Th. In Buffalo are proud of membrane loses lis Integrity, become- - Sf" HP,,'8n 1 U. to bis disciples on thnt day, and be- nay eager, to cxerclso on behalf of all a cardboard box as a fcundatlm, and nBy ran rl,C0 bra, ' Is expert in chP Vol that equipped withsignaling. weB!t, who will cease fighting him ODd yield to coll the grass rope around the side of tbe yolk. or lievers nro a resurrection people, who . mass shou I not be patrol Is electric M,plnK of lo5yoIl lnt0 the wnltllnj are by faith risen with Christ and seat- themselves to him. now shall wo (Fig. JO), and glue It to tho box. The Tho 0,1 fla8u uterns. field buxxers, flnalw complete admixture, addlla or aa.t0slPW' nnd should be Inside may be lined with silk Instead nud escnpo If wo neglect so great ed with him In heaven. In tills molst eaough Bdhere thus MT j telegraph Instruments, flogs, etc. of graaa. resultsT h.., see Col. 2:10. wukio oc iue noe parucies oi meat. Text of Lesson, Mark 2i23 to 3:5 Memory Verses, Ex. 29:8-1- 1 Oold-eText, Mark 2:28 Commentary Prepared by Rev. D. M. Stearns. n him hold - non-fertil- e s flrst-clns- high-clas- J brlde-chnmb- st I ssBBBIfPPr?i'B over-and-ov- ..-- my-rcl- r well-slake- d I "tiuni rr r bell-wir- ). .., .-- v.. t 8" "L", con-secti- m,yet The Surest Preparation is School Training Page Eight. TUB CITIZEN January 24, 1018. havo blackened and ho Is in a serious condition. Mrs. J. C. Morgan COAL CONSERVED AS died very suddenly with heart failure, January IG. She had sovoral INDUSTRIES CLOSE children in different parts tho country two sons at Indianapolis, This is not only n commercial but a patriotic proposi- I nd., ono daughter nl Lnxinglon, ami 3IQ DUStNksS CAPTAINS OBEY No eorrrtpondnc publlihd nnlrti lirnt In full tr lh wrilf r. Th nm tion as well. Our Government is makinp strong demands ono son in tho Army at Hattiesburg, ORDER, THOUGH THEY HAVE n nldt nc of ood faith. Writ plainly . II not for publication, but on us to furnish spokes for army use. In order to make Miss. who wero summoned lo their RIGHT TO REMAIN OPEN. i good our contracts with the Government we call unon our home lo nlteiul tho funeral of their Frl(la-Lcslcr Wilson of 'farmer frie.ids to do their best to eet their spoke timber to mother. The entire community ex school JOHN WHITE & CO. tends lo tho bereaved family thoir Fuel For Fifty 8hlps Reaches New s our factory. LOUISVILLE, KY. tirecn nan was mo guesi or Gcorgo Davis, n farmsympathy. prauiiiniuer, .mines, anil uirm;, .nar-- ; York,nnd Humpton Roads Gets SupUisr.l y The Standard Wheel Company is in need of er, of Whllo Lick Creek, died Janaccount of! ply For 100 Vessels Tuq and Bargi tin Moore, last wcck.-- On million escort spokes, cither oak or hick uary 11, of stomach trouble Ho Facilities Are Taxed to Limit. Ice blockade, wo havo not had any!one and one-hal- f ! Mf OrVV C17f nS. til V II II. n i n it V y lt Innrv ritwl uvu iiiiiiiuiis ui leaves n wlfo, father, mother, and -- ys mo ,W,,K win. uinn- - "vi mail lor Jl. piisi wuir., tir 4. Mid., and Miss Wntfrn Ntwipnptr Union Nwi Rerrle. denburg of this placo died at his other kinds of spokes. Don t be afraid you will glut the several brothers nud sisters. Ctt Skin. Fannlo Kidd was visiting over Sun Wnshlnj;ton. homo last week and was laid to rest market. Two, pf tho chief ac We want these spokes within the next six months, graveyard. in the Brandenburg Our factory will remain at Berea so long as you furnish us day at her father's. Noly Plckard ompllsliniriiis of thft flovornmont In JACKSON COUNTY of Barbourvlllo is visiting friends jlod.lnr; down Industry by cutting oft Recently n big boy was born to Mr. umuer to operate on. Herd Tho Rev. Mr. .'uol Runiitlcit havo been achlovcd, Fuel in Wnllaccton. Hargus uie and Mrs. John Newman. Dad weather still Herd, .Inn. 19. Childress Alio I his regular appointPhillips is very ill with lubercuhi- (larflohl announced, Vdmlnlstrator Samnilo Wright who continues. ment at the Wnllacelon, Baptist (omcs throughout tho Hast, ho unlit, sis. Green Tnckolt's Ilttlo daughter, We Offer Following on Spokes has been sick so long is no belter. Church. A. C. Towery lost thrco Bmlah, is very low with whooping irrf rercltlng real in larger quantities S. II. Farmer visited homefolks rQugh.-MlcwcDelivered at Berea or on L. & N. R. R. between Jellico and Berea ralves by freeziiur. Granville Nunu han has boon reported or wooks and Morgan passed thru from Wednesday, until Saturday of hero was taken lotho Patty Clay Infirmary junker coal again Is moving to eea cnroulc to his homo near Taft. last week. 0. M. Davis, who has The Rev. O. B. Bowman failed to Miss .ward In sultlnont viilumo to supply for treatment at Richmond. SPLIT HICKORY SPOKES somo Pennsylvania been in for Mnry Jones of Berea closed her rans Atlantic ulilpplng. A tlilul aim fill his appointment at Moorcs Sun Either Red or White Timber time, is visiting relatives at this day tho cloarlng of railroad conKOstlon rehonl in Wnllacelon. Janunry 18. on account of bad weather. Prict tn I0M TUtm place. Conley Planet who has Hurrah not been John Felly of McWhorler nttmded ias (Jarllold attnined as yot, largely. many for Tho Citizen and its )r. 1 ix2H declared, bocauso of un been at Lexington for some lime, 15 inches long, Hickory only, $ 7.00 the funeral of his sisler, Mrs. Morreaders I iuual weather conditions. paid bomcfolks a visit last week. x2Jgx3 -- 16 Inches long 35.00 gan, nt Wnllacelon. It is reported Tho first of I no ton Monday hull Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Farmer bavo re2JJX3K-- 16 40.00 Hint tho wdfo of tho Rev. Mr. Parks I'aya wns observed Konerally and busl-minches long PULASKI COUNTY cently moved in thefr new homo is seriously ill at her homo near 16 Walnut Grove overywhero In tho Uaat whh at h 3Hx3-inches long 50.00 near Blackwaler. Mr. and Mrs. 2 x2JJ 28 inches long, second growth this place. Pal Ballard and son, Htnndstlll. Reports told of tow viola Tho Walnut Grove, Jan. 21. A. 0. Frost paid Mr. and Mrs. all White Timber 25.00 Pal, Jr., ramc very near freezing to I lulls of tho order. They Indicated Walnut Grove teachers, Elward 2Hx2S-- 29 inches long Red or White Stephen Farmer a visit last Thurs- Cook death the first night of this last col that thousands of rstabllshtuonU wcru and Miss Vina Slovens, will 00.00 Timber y y day. fpell. returning from Richmond closed, uou though thoy had a techfinish Wednesday, what tho County 28 inches long. GO per cent 1Hx2 nical right to remain open. Bond AB, 40 per cent CD 12.00 ce whern thoy had been to tlx up tho Superintendent and patrons Itopprts said Now York had on hand Bond, Jan. 19. The deepest snow Success to roal sulllclcnt to till tho bunkers ot latter's questlonaire. ono of tho most helpful and wo have had hero fell Monday. It succe?sful schools ever taught here.' Second Growth White & Chestnut Oak The Citlren and its many readers. 50 vcssuls, and Hampton Roads hnJ is reported here that Hiram Ing' - 00.00 inches long 2x2J-- 29 recclvod supplies sulllclont for thAr Dreyfus They have not only Instructed our ram and family who left here in 35.00 Dreyfus, Jan. 21. Bad weather more than 100 ships licldin port thoiw children hut through noted out-si2x3 16 inches long December for Southern California speakers havo made and tho war is, about tho main con- "Wo ate mipplyliiR coal to tho piers," 40.00 their school-hou- so 2J4x3K 16 inches long Dr. (larflcld nuld. '"It now Is a queshave returned to Perry County. F. M. Jonc, versation a banquet hall at which wo 50.00 3M3H 16 inches long tion of putting It aboard ships." T.w M. L. Pennington's and Sam Taylor's our hustling merchant, has bis now heavy movement ot coal to port has have feasted on many agricultural, All spikes must be free from defects, snch as worm families crc among the new cases political, brick store bull ling up nnd covered taxed tUR and barge facilities heavily. moral, social and religious holes, wind shakes, knots, bird pecks and crooks, and of smallpox jn this community. split full of size specified. and would movo Into it if tho wcath Dosplto a ponlltiR arrangement put truths. The chief messengers havo Mr. and Mrs. Fred DrcwcY have! er would open up. The Rev James Into operation at New York It was ' ouse with their son.j been: Hon. Edwin P. Morrow, the moved in the Voting Is in very poor health; ho has found dliticult tn handlo rucolpts. late Republican candidate for Gov J. T. Brewer, of this place. W. J. ernor; County Agents W. C. Wilson At the Shipping Hoard It was said become helnless. Ho Is quite old. Howard of East Bernstadt made a that, both tugs and barges thore would Carlo Lunsfnrd ban a very sick hoy. be Commandeered, If necessary, to of Somerset, and Robert F. Spenco INCORPORATED business trip to this placo Monday. Several of the boys are expecting tuaku tho work more ofTlcIcnt. J. B. Prof. Miles E: Marsh, Prof. York, Jr., engineer for the F. John Kentucky to bo called Into tho Army soon. 0Clark, tho Rev. Howard Hud- Berea Parsons, apodal representative of the rtockcastlo Ilivcr Railroad Company, Cloyd N. McAllisJames Lunford has lost several board at New York. In chargo of bunkson, Dr. quit working hero Saturday to work ter, Miss and Mrs. ering, has been given Bess DcBord, Joscphus Van place liko Sweet Homo." Lnlhcr rated by J. S. Bowman, tho latter lings wiUi cholera, and more nro exorcise tho board's full authority to for the Louisville &. Nashvillo Rail- Hook, counuandoorlng Corn Is selling hen for sick. Secretary and Mrs. Marshall Moroo made a business trip to Be- - hiving moved to Manchester. road Company for 6150 per month. V. Vaughn of Brea College; and the per barrel. Thero is a great deal of power In his discretion. Only ono big Next Saturday Israel Howard succeeded M. M. Pon- York has not ontered .Mrs. Rosa Hacker has been very Rev. Jerry Farley, County Superin- rea last Saturday. ungathcred, and of n very concern at Newwas and Sunday aro regular church days dor as magistrate, January 7. tho pool. Il Tho corn here lntlmatod that It sick but is belter. H. C. Davis is poor quality. Mrs. Ellen Young would ho forced to do so Immediately. Leonard E. Mcece, Judgo at Clear Creek. tendent Born to Mr. and kind friends of Mrs. Sudio Mullins on the sick list with lagrippe. Mr, Mrs. In Hampton It mils heavy Icq waa R. C Tarter, and Wm. Hamm, We Mrs. Charlie. Drew a boy. Dick and littlo children surprised them h very poorly nt present. GrilTln of this placo died recently of J. 0. Jones is not cxn"cteI to live to some extent with bunkerpneumonia fever. School ni Pigoen arc glad to learn mat Miss Lou King traded a sow and eight pigs witli a nice lot of wood today. Doctor Coomer ing. In declining to put an embargo Hamm, who was recently takn to fnr n nlpn 4lirnr.vnnpnlf1 hnlfnntvilh Wlllin Itnwnpfl la Imnrni'ini, almulu Sho is very sick. Roost is still suspended because of on tho receipt by railroads ot general Somerset for n serious operation, Houston Rowlett.-Ja- mes Chastceti, Mrs. Dora Whitymore, who has been'1 wn cnlM ycstcnlnv lo sen Frank fright. Director Central UcAdoo, IL small pox. A. F. Baldwin, who was Miss Lola Brown, who has been Jr., who was reported to havo small- - very poorly, is ablo to bo out again, Winkler who Is sick. Mrs. Nan was just recovering from typhoid fever, dangerously learned, acted against tho advlca ill with whooping pox, is better; il is said to not bo Mrs. M. L. Ferguson, of Pigeon Lunsford of Berea is slaying with of tho War Conference Board, which is very sick with pneumonia fever, nt Berea this winter. crugh. Miss Gracie Stevens, who adopted a resolution approving th Roost, spent tho week-en- d with her her brother J. II. Purkey of Corbin visited rel had a serious attack of lagrippe, smallpox. d&ugbtcr, Lizzie Pennington. John Mrs. Snecd McKeehan has just re- suggestion. Oiriclnls who sought tho Climax atives in this vicinity last week. turned from Winchester wher sho embargo as n means of connn'd Jerry York has begun firing on a log been Mrs. JonasforStevens, who had Climax, Jan. 21. Ivory Anglin Is Pennington and Nicholas Maggard, went lo seo her sister, Ms. Powell, gestion dechtrod this relief from still measure so long, aro all visiting at tho homo of Isaac Mr- .- who went to Hamilton, 0 to seek conflnol train for Bond & Foley Lumber rapidly recovering. Mrs.' Mnllie Coyle, would havo to bo taken or olso nonwho is sick. Scott Hans Crackcn of Johnctta. Miss Vergie omploymont, havo returned home. Company. . huvo to bo, denied ford. Constablo Ed Smith, A. S. Far McCrarken is very poorly with rheu- - B. F. Downey and II. II. Rico made daughter of George Snnrks, of Day- essentials would transportation before tho railroad sitTyner ley and Edward Cook were welcome malism. Tho farmers' havo lots of a business" trip to Manchester last ton. 0 Just returned from a short uation Is Improved to any considerable, Tyner, Jan. 13. Cold weather convisit. visitors, Sunday, at the homo of corn in the Ileitis yet. Corn is dam- - week. oxtent. Isaac Pennington is plan-agtinues. Wo have now had six weeks Hnber Smith. John Hubble re lots. Lee King has moved to ning on building a new dwclling-Berc- a of snow. The mercury has registercently swapped bis ferret for Irvine Three Aviators Killed at Toronto. Everybody must read Tho SHORTAGE OF SHIP DRAFTSMEN lo placo his children in bouse. ed as low as 30 degrees below zero. MoKinney's fox hound. Matt. Ab school. There arc not enough ship draftsLuna Abrams has gone to Citizon to keep up with the news, Toronto, OnU Throe student aviaOur oldest citizens say that it is bott, despite deep snow and bad Berea to attend school; wo wish men in tho United States to do tho tors In training with the Royal Flying the worst winter they ever experweather, made a trip to Madison her success. drafting work needed to enrry out Corps hero, ono of thorn an American, Smallpox is getting MADISON COUNTY ienced. Mr. and Mrs. Riley Moore of wero killed as a result of accidents to Willie DeBord along line in this section. William . Countv this week. the naval nnd merchant ship-buiPeoria, 111, brought their eight Blue Lick ing programs. Our country is en their machines whllo In tho air. N. md Mr. Ping made a business trip and Mitchell Ballingcr havo return- - uiue Lick, Jan. 21. A great opmonths old baby here for burial; M. Milne, of Maiden, Mass., was killed to Brodhcad, Monday. ed homo from Hamilton, 0. KUJfi'i nortunilv for exorcising ono's faith g.icd in tho execution of tho great the little girl died of pneumonia when his machine est warship construction plan in other driven by D.was struck by anAbney has returnol from Middlo- - in tho direction taught by tho Apos H. McMillan, ot fever. L. C. and Ray Moore of LouisIn comprising 787 vessels. Durham Centre. N. II., who also was town, but will go back soon. ville and Hoy Mooro of Lexington ROCKCASTLE COUNTY ,tc James In his dcllnition of "hum history, al . ,rom killed. Axel Gcorgo Iloncdlx, a Dane, were here for tho burying. DIsputanta and undented religion" ("To .visit The (o submarine chaser was killed at tho I.easlde Camp when CLARK COUNTY All the Disputanta, Jan. 22. father has returned home, but his the fatherless and widows in their Naval - appropriations negregatlns his macblno overbalanced as he wai Log Lick family will visit in Jackson and Lee merchants of this vicinity have been affliction") is afforded tho saints nearly two billions of dollars havo making an ascent. counties until tho first of March. erdrcd by the Government to close Log Lick, Jan. 20. Uncle Frank during this severe winter. Wo aro been mado sinco August, 1010. Neal Moore lost a good horse which up their stores on Monday, the 21st. Williams, an old Federal soldier, pleased to nolo that the generous Town Cuts Cord Wood. Coincident with tho demand for Wilfell on the ice. Several cattle in on account of coaL shortage. died near hero in Estill County of minded men nnd tho sympathetic Ind. The homo Ores increased naval work, thero is an Uiis section have died with murren lie Abney, who is in school at Berea, infirmities due to old age, January women have becomo master of ccr of Lnwrenceburg will bo kept burnlnj ' ' Dunnigan's house and all its visited homefolks Saturday and Sun- 10, and was buried at tho homo emonics in this section, rendering ' Jim it with wood for a time. Moro than 900 ' contents were destroyed by fire day. Mr and,. Lee King passed thru hero graveyard near his home. Tho rel- - ail to tho unfortunate is betraying no secret (o say that in physicians, lawyers and other proThursday evening. Tho llro was from Climax, moving to Berea. atives havo our deepest sympathy Mrs. T. J. Flancry of Bluo Lick were both branches thero is n shoring fessional men and residents passod the day chopping cordwood at three camps caused by their little twin girls set Flora Seals, from Franklin, O.. who in their loss. Ho was a good citizen, summoned by 'phono to Berea Hosf technical men nvailablo for tha established on tho river bank. Night ting tho wall paper on fire. In one has been visiting her grandfather Thero has been an epidemio of pitnl last Friday to tho bedsido of work. found them with COO cords ot wood minute aftr tho Are started the hero returned to her home on ac- German measles in this community, F.lizabeth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Tho United Stales Civil Srcvlcn cut. This wood will bo sawod up at of three rooms were in flames count of tho illn'iss of her mother. but has about subsided. Hubert M. B. Flancry, who was suddenly Commission is endeavoring to re- tho veneer works and will bo dollverod Mr. Dnnnigaji broko out a window Sherman Chastcen has returned Spry of Camp Taylor paid homefolks taken ill. Wo aro prepared to an lievo tho dearth of ship draftsmen to buyers by dealers who can not supendeavoring to rescue n trunk that from Mississippi where ho has been a short visit recently. Mrs. Alia nounco n chango for tho belter. by recommending to the heads of ply coal. contained about $50, and while in to see the country. Ho says ho likes Dawson, who has been visiting rel- -. "Snow and ice" is being continu roll"gcs and technical schools that Americans Kill Two Mexican. the act, received a very painful it lino and is planning to move thero atives hero for tho past three weck3, ally .served at tho great restaurant senior students in engineering Kl Paso, Texas. Two armed Mexiwound. Tho family hail ijiiiii.,-- ,, in Mnrch to make his future home. will leave tomorrow for her hoin-- of Nature. Consequently tho slip-- nt courses ho given intensivo training meat, lard, sorghum, and canned Madelia, Minn. J. M. Snowdcn pery footing has precipitated many in naval architecture during tho cans wero shot and klllod on tho Georro Payne malo a business goods to do them a year. Thero was trip to BTen, January 20 John uses his sleich to carry tho mall pedestrians resulting in somo scri- - coming spring, with n viow to mak- "Island" opposite Fabens, Texas, 32 Stephen Barrett ing them available for employment miles southeast of here, whon United also about fifteen bushels of picked Borry, who has been working at from Indian Fields to this placo. Ho ous fractures. States cavalry patrols returnod rifle go a singlo limo who has so long been ill, Is moving n.s corn for thoir bread, stored away Dayton, O., has rctvncd'homo. has not failed to Tho Uro from tho Mexican sldo ot the line, ship draftsmen in Juno. in thoir kitchen. Tho only thing Frank Baker i planning to move on this winter. Rural mails going to tho houso vacated by John Craw-o- ut Commission Is also receiving ap- according to a report recolved at milthat was saved was ono chair which Major Gad8 farm, in tho house from Winchester havo not beca ford. Tho oil men nro drilling on plication from (pualillcd architec- itary headquarters hero. One Amerihappened to be on tho porch. Colo-m- just vacated by Barney Jones. tho best this winter, as the boys farm of John (Smoker) Johnson. tural, mechanical, nnd structural can cavalryman's horso was shot from Reynolds Is attending school in Barney Jones has moved to Scaffold carry tho mail in aulos and It has It is theijr intention to boro on all sleel draftsmen, nnd is certifying under hlra. Richmond. Taylor Dixon, an old man been bad driving in their cars owing Iho farms included In their leases them- - for employment in tho Navy Cane. American Doat Fired On. Smallpox has boen in this section, which will employ Department and in navy yards on who always mado his homo at Clay to tho roads. Pekln. Tho American gunboat Mo- OWSLEY COUNTY Miller's, died recently. Bert Mul- in sovcral parts or this county, but their machinery for several months, ship work ' nnpnrv una flrml nnnn liv Ihn Phlnnaft A ling of Berea Collcgo has been vis- to this time it hns missed us. Earnestvllle Tho peoplo as usual, aro voiy I.UCIU uuiirusuiuiviiaurviuuujuiiii- - 5Q miles above Yocbow, on tho Yang-iter- s t Earnestville, Jan. 21. Sidney iting liis parents thru Saturday and pool many fowls nifd young stoc-- much elulcd over tho prospect for at tho post ofllccs in all of tho i A sailor namod O'llrlca Caudill und Bygo Turner aro visit- Sunday. Moss Cornett of Climax, havo died from tho effects of cold oil. larger cities nro furnished detailed i waa klllod and two othor sailors woro Coyle ing friends and, relatives near Stan who has been working at Hamilton, weather in (his community this information nnd application blnnki. wounded. Tho firing lasted for half ton. Quito s crowd attendol thecn-- i O., relumed homo. Ho says: "Hamil winter. Owing to tho wlnlef. coyle, Jan. 10. Wo nr having pplicants aro not required to oppear an hour. It Is presumed that tbo a tertainment given by tho Delvinta ton is a flno place, but thero is no weather the Rev. J. II. Mathcrly did ROmo of tho coldest weather wo have-no-t In nn.nrnmlnnllnn rnnm fnr n writ- - a"ant8 WCrO a detachment Of the preach at this placo last Sundav. j,a.j f0r many years. Miss Candas len examination, hot nro rated upoiti Southern revolutionists' forces, Powoll.vislt'iil her sister.Mrs. Jeel thoir education, training and ox Sinks Three Convoyed Ship, Broughlon of Irvino, last wcok. porionea.. CLAY COUNTY Now York. Authentic nows oj tho USE Mrs. H. J. Edwards has rented a sinking ot three largo stoamors, one county, and wijl soon Use Language Carefully. coldest Plco In Kslill ' Vino, Jan. 10. -TMen should not sny more nlout their un American freighter, whllo a con II1UVU IU IW-- HO Ulll will w B" .nn ..,oll.- - !!. . HU.-WAivil- WUUlllUi LUUIs l.nu IJI.UII nnnflnn..rt i nelghborH In their ulisencu than they voy cf which they wro a part waa """""' for many ymrs has Just passed. -,- BUU" would siiy to them If they were pres- passing a lighthouse on the Spanish Misses Myrtlo ami Ilesslo Pennington ent. This Is wife from u standpoint coast last month, was recolvod In ship ITS bore. The three sblpa Wallaceton of future tranquillity und It Is sound ping circle who spent tho holidays with relaWallaceton, Jan. 21 Zero wcath- - ethlcH. Tho Kit mo holds true with writ- woro sunk In rapid succession by on tives In Garrard County, aro at BRIGHTER, WHITER AND LIGHTER . tho heavy snow is causing ing coiniiiuiilciitloiiH fur publication. submarine, but owing to tbo proximity Jim Bowman anJ er-uhomo again. of the shore, and a calm sea no lives Whatever riumot lie mild over your daughter of this placo went to much distress in this vicinity. woro lost. The names ot the shlpi should not be said ut ull. Than Any Other Brand Manchester on business this weoir. Grnnvillo Nunn, who had a paralytio were withheld. The attack ocoturejfi Cavlin Pennington and family stroke several years ago. camo very at midnight havo moved into tho house Just va- - nearly freezing lo death; his feet East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else Enlist in the Great Industrial Army and Assist Our Government jf air.3-tm.- nt ffi.Kjtggl to-da- l( "8 11 the Prices y . 1 pro-ncun- do now-a-da- , Standard Wheel Co. I ed ld i? ',,; - o an Tso-KIan- ' POTTS' GOLD DUST FLOUR ho nd