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VtTENllEHr,F.R,M.n.ln ot dllor Rntrrttl'.at th IMnffie ttnn lima, Ky., oj rtcx4 rv.--7v-J'lvo Conls nnU-trutlt-rr Vol. XIX. per Copy. th I I tp ttio Inteyestft of tto.e JxIouinta.in People UKUKA, Citizen j018. Ono Dollar I" wH'y Knowledge Is Power and thn to koop Up wllli modern Is lo road h good Knowlogo Newspaper. No. 31. MADISON COUNTY KKNTUCKY, .TANUAnYj per Year. Plienominal Success in War Department The past week has seen some striking "political an tics" in the United States Senate with a view to paralyze the "administration and the progress of the war. Senator Chamberlain, of Oregon, in his tirade against Secretary Maker and the war workings was one of the most uncalled for antics yet staged by him. It docs seem that in these times of stress the men who have the burden to bear should tibt be nagged ntby unscrupulous politicians whoever they may be or by whatever party name they may be known. It is satisfying indeed to all patriotic Americans to know that Secretary liaker met each accusation fully with strong refutals and has established for himself a record that his opponents may well envy. He has shown himself a greater statesman than many expected him to be. Never in the history of raising armies and equipping them has anything exceeded the present results shown in our National Army as to time and little expense. Why not stand by the men who arc doing nobly? M ' STATE Tho Gorman Chancclor, Von Hertllng, has finally mado known his pcaco terms, in reply lo tho address , of Lloyd-Oeornnd President WilR. Stcttinius of .Now York Ap son. Although more moderate and Hcrtling Would Give Belgium pointed Surveyor General by rcasonablo in (ono than provlousut-trranc- cs Pledge If It Were, Declares 1,000 and 1,500 tons of of tho ruling party in GerJtotweeii Secretary Baker. many, tho address skillfully ovados coal wcro delivered to individual Paris Temps. consumers Thursday, and tho need the main points nt issue. Tho matter of French territory is a question to of commandeering fuel in Louisvillo ALLIES' PURCHASER IN U. S. Is now believed lo havo been obviatSEE EFFORT TO SPLIT ALLIES bo settled by Franco and Germany; tho matter of Poland is a question ed. for Austria and Germany to setllo; Will Assume Duties at Once Appoint dctcr-minWhen the ico. in tho Ohio Iliver London Papers Say Germany Regards tho fato of Belgium is to bo ment Viewed a Answer of Admin in a peaco conference says broke at Ashland Monday tho wharf Herself as the Conqueror, Pre Iteration to Munitions Minis boat was carried away and tho ferry the Chancclor. try Bill Pending In Senate. pared to Listen to No Terms partly sunk. Tho Uig Sandy has Except Her Own. Washington, Jnn. '23. Edward It. gone on n rampage and a big rise is Several of tho peaco terms of PresStettlnltiM of New York, mid formerly Paris, Jan. 28. "Never was the expected. ident Wilson wcro accepted, In genof Cliicngo, was appointed ns surveyquestion farther from or general for nil army purchases. being the sole obstacle to peace," says et al, by Von Hcrtling, particularly Instructions in bridge building, Secretary linker In making the an- the Temps In Its comment on the the provision for tho freedom of tho railroad construction and 'many nouncement suld: speeches of the German chancellor and sea. The Chancclor takes occasion, ".Mr. Edward It. Stettlnlus of New the foreign minis- however, to interpret this to moan other branches of army construction work Is being given tho recruits York lias been appointed surveyor ter. "It Is only the most visible sym- that England would bo obliged to He bol of the untractable German Imperof givoupsomoof her strategic points The annual battle for souls will be on in Berea Colof tho Engineers department at general In all uriny purchases. will be charge of tho procurement ialism. Camp Zacbary Taylor. of vantage at various places along tho lege next Sunday night under the leadership of Dr. Wiland production of all supplies by the "If the German chancellor believed courses of commerce, such as live nnny bureaus viz., ordnance, the liams. e only question tho Tho Kentucky Stato Retail ClothAden, tho Falkland Islands, quartermaster, signal, engineer anil bor to peace he would declare GerHe is a stranger to most of us socially; he should iers' Association adopted resolutions medical. It will be his duty to co- many's readiness to restore Belgium Hong Kong and othors. English not be so religiously. We arc all in for a common cause; on tho closing day of .their conven- ordinate such purchases and properly without restrictions and to assure the papers had already seen tho possi.the salvation of souls. He cannot and will not carry on the tion in Louisville, indorsing the war relate the same to Industry, to the Poles, Lithuanians and Letts freedom bility of such an interpretation and end army program be devel- to settle their own destinies. meetings alone. Your influence and force must be lined the President's clauso on tho freepolicy of President Wilson and re- oped that the n comprehensive plan under "Instead, Chancellor von Hertllng dom of tho seas was not. received newing thoir declaration against which will best utilize the resources up for the victory to be won. carefully avoids doing this. Over England. trading stamps. of the country. he leaves a menacing doubt. He with entire approval in Has Been Buying for Allies. refuses all explanation to the allies Tho Chancclor was quick to sco tho "From the outbreak of the war Mr. about the eastern front and he doesn't opportunity. (Sections of Corbin, along Lynn Uank Creek, aro irfundaled, and Stettlnlus has been In sole charge of even promise that French territory will the allied purchases In this country he evacuated without reserve. to tho Tho expression is threatened on Williams in Manchester, la. Five Hundred Saved Saloons much damage swollen condition ac-of and has been responsible for the deEffort to Divide Allies. ly militarist party in Germany is count of tho velopment of the production of war "One would have Closed Salvation for All. growing stronger. Phillip the stream, duo to melting ice and material also. Ills Intimate knowl- cellor von Hertllng thought that Chanwould have fully edge of war conditions In Europe and realized the tragic weight of his words. Schicdemann, the leader of tho conto Preach in the College snow In its mountain tributares. Dr. Williams 1b Coming to Berea, Feb. In the United States as related to In- Although he accepts such clauses in servative socialist party has boldly Chapel, He Comet Fresh From Camp Taylor. Read dustry and the principal means he the American progrnn ns appear ad- demanded in tho Reichstag that tho With a vlow to securing an preWhat Happened in Manchester: of $5,000 a month for has used to accomplish his plans posi- vantageous for Germany by Interpret- pcaco with Russia must bo carried ing them according to his liking, he to a successful conclusion along "llundrods liavo been saved. They mcnt hi its history. In fact, wo tho Confederate Homo at PcSveo eminently qualify blin for his tion. rejects the others, or reserves the liberal lines or thero will bo trouble-- . havo gone forward in flocks, In know of no more wonderful work in Valley, tho Executive Committee of "Mr. Stettlnlus will assume his new" means of Invalidating them. The leaders of tho military party' couples, singly, in wholo families, the history of the stale. The that institution has prepared an ad- duties at once and establish his of"He attempts In return to open a say that for such mothers, sisters, brothers, tors of tlio various churches united dress to the Governor and members fice in Washington." separate debate with each of Jhe allies, do not hesitate to and! a calling Mr. Williams of the Moody of tho Legislature. Tho homo will Tho appointment of Mr, Stettlnlus or even to mako one contradict the sentiments Schicdemann ought to daughters, eons, husbands wives. Thoy havo coma shouting Diblo Institute, lo labor in our midst. have to close, the address says, to the new post, which Is In effect oth?r. Chancellor von Hertllng's prin- bo shot. Thus the division grows. that of a munitions supervisor and cipal effort It appears, Is to separate and crying, smiling and laughing. Tho opera houso was secured for the unless tho appropriation is made. director for nil wnr department pur-- 1 from Mr. Wilson's program the Alsace-LorraiRumors continuo to appear In the Railroad men, merchant men, labor- meetings and tho work corrfmenccd. chases, was viewed as the answer of question." reports from Europo of revolting ing men, all ages and sizes. Drinking Night after night more chairs had to Fuel Administrator Dryan said the administration to the munitions Chancellor' von Hertllng's speech Is and disorder in Austria and Germany. man, Rambling nun, 'good enough bo secured until tho great building Monday that persons who persist in ministry bill pending in the senate. considered In official circles as confirmmen,' men of all classes and condi- was packed from stago to gallery, j falsifying In order lo get coal,lhiM It effects n comDlete consolidation' ing that General von Ludendorff. Field It is suggested that tho Bolshevikl of Russia aro inciting tho radical tions. Tho wonderful sermons of then standing room was at a prem blocking delivery to many needy of all war department supply ques- -' Marshal Von Hlndenburg nnd the lions under tho surveyor general, and Evangelist Williams aro bearing ium and peoplo began to be turned .persons, will bo dealt with drastiaro dictating the govern- element to revolt as they havo done the- the in Russia. Even in Berlin thero Is fruit, and tho delinquent church nway. Thoy camo from many town, cally. Thcro is enough coal for all, on Mr. faco ofMr. statementIs Issued ment's policy. to be by Stettlnlus Baker The chancellor's remarks concerning said to bo much disorder, and people member has put on tho harness. The pastors coming from ono hundred he said, if consumers will satisfy backed by coropleto authority In his Belgium are taken ns confirmation of parade tho streets asking for bread tabcrnaclo meetings, tho evangelist, miles away lo attend tho meetings. themselves with a small amount of responsible position. what former Ambassador Gerard snld tho singer, tho workers, and the To somo tho most wonderful featuro fuel nt n lime. When the European wnr broke out of (he former German chancellor. Doe-to- or for peace. A spirit of mutiny among the sailors of tho lopio on of the work was tho largo number work, is tho In 1014 and the allied governments, von Bethnmnn Hnllweg's declara- breaks out navy at frequent intervals and is street, in store, in roundhouse, de- of conversions; to others the thorTwenty-flv- o Kenluckians, ten Lou particularly Great Britain, came to tion on the same subject. pot, yard, car, engine; every depart- oughness of tho work. About oven isville men, and lit other soldiers the United States for munitions audi The Intention appears clearly mi the suppressed only hy most severe money, It wns found necessary by J.I part of the Germans to seel; to trnt methods. ment has been touched. No undue six hundred in all camo forward, nt Camp Zachary Taylor, all com 1'. Mo'rgan & Co., In floating allied excitement has been found, anil some wcro personally dealt with by tho missioned ofllcers, wero promoted loans In this country, to centralize separately with each antagonist. This Is Indicated by Chancellor von HertocTho English are preparing, for of tho brightest conversions have evangelist and pastors, after which hj' an order from tho War Departexpenditures under one man In llng's reference to France nnd the the expected attack in forco by tho curred in the home or laboring placo thoy arose and made public worJ ment. It is believed tho promotions to obtain efficient results. Mr. eventful conversation with France of tho converted, in tho quitcness of mouth profession lo their accept- wcro hastened to make room for Stettlnlus has been engaged on that nbout the evacuation of occupied terri- Germans on tho western front of the regarded tory, and also regirdlnc Poland, whloh war. Thero has been much criticism and blessedness of tho hour. Such ance of Christ as a porsonal Savior. tho graduates of tho present ofllcers' tusk since that date and Is work will last such work is gen- The opportunity was given for Chris- training school at the cantonment. by the administration as the Germany wants to ennxlder as n ques- and dissatisfaction since tho troops man available for such a post tion between Poland and the central uine. Recognizing tho growing con- tians and church members to shake of General Haig failed fo win Cam- as that to which he has now been as powers, with which no other powers viction of tho peoplo toward heaven hands with them or make thoir acbrai and a general shifting of officers Louisvillo has been confronted signed. have anything to bay. and holy things, all our saloons, save quaintance and welcome them into by n serious water famine as a reis being made with the hope of imHead of Diamond Match. Not a Peace but a War Speech. proving the army and arousing moro one, voluntarily closed their doors. Christian life. Others who did not sult of a breakdown of tho 30,000,000 was not u member of Mr. Stettlnlus London, Jon. 28. view enterThis one closed, too, and Belle conic forward in tho meetings aro gallon pump at tho river pumping the Arm of J. V. Morgan & Co. at the tained by n major1 tyThe the newnim-per- s confidence among tho pooplo in of Plains stands today a prohibition now coming out boldly, whilo many station of tho Louisvillo Water beginning of the war, but was presiof London respecting the speeches England. It is believed that the Hertown. The singing of Mr. Alexander nominal church members testify lo Company. James B. Wilson, chiof dent of the Diamond Match company of Chancellor von Hertllng and For- man forces aro now much larger corporaand his large chorus choir added their conversion during tho ser- engineer and superintendent of the and connected with otlier eign Minister Czernln Is Hint Germany than tho English and the French, as of St. Louis and a tions. regards herself us Che conqueror, 'and they havo been strengthened by sollargely to Uio interest of tho meet- vices. Perhaps not far from seven company, issued a warning lo con- born ofHe Is native American parents. Is prewired t listen to no pence term ings." diers from tho Russian frontier, sumers that a serious shortage will apWhen advised of Mr. Stettlnlus' hundred havo met with a chango of except her own, nnd Unit therefore the newspaper report and tho ono This result unless immediate economy is pointment Senator Chamberlain said war must go on. heart during theso thrco weeks. Of following aro typical : exercised. According to W. O. Head, It would not cause the committee to A division of tho great RusslanEni-pir- o "Manchester has Just passed thru this number fully or moro than one-ha- lf president or tho company, there is halt Its proposal for a munitions diis threatened. Finland hai"al-rcad- y wcro men and boys." tho most wonderful revival movo- sufllcient woler on hand for normal rector, although he and other commitbecome independent and now tee members regarded the appointment purposes, and drastio measures may as progress in reorganization. They DROP 300 BOMBS ON GERMANS tho district of Ukrania in tho southbo adopted to conserve tho supply had discussed Mr. Stettlnlus us repreern part of Russia has scccdca and. Alsace-Lorrain- e and prevent wastage. Camp Zach- sentative of the typo of mail they Stations and Billets at Cambral, Thlon-vlll- e mado a separate peaco with Germany, and Other Salients Wrecked ary Taylor ofllcials havo been noti-ile- d for u director of munitions. lly tho terms of this peaco tho troops Prof. James R. Robertson by Blasts. years Mr. Stettlnlus Is that tho camp supply will bo of each party ore withdrawn from old. lie was cducutod In the common When all tho other terms of tho and skill of tho best statesmen of dependent upon good pressure London, Jan. 28. Aerial activity on tho land of the other nnd commercial schools nnd St. Louis university. He war program havo been finally set all countries, tho problem of Alsace- Is a member of the following clubs; n large scale Is reported In the Brit- intercourse is to bo opened at once, tled to tho satisfaction of tho nations Lorraine, I Oil Men Adopt Rules to Conserve Chicago club, Chicago Athletic, En- ish official statement, which says : pending tho settlement of other Tho territory in dispute is small of tho world thero will remain ono "More than 300 bombs wero dropped matters. Tho region is a rich ono Product gineers and Lotus. I problem that will tax the ingenuity on the Courtral, Ledeghem and Doual and will open up great sources of I ictatianx Prevention of wasto in tho oil m tin) railway stations, tho nlrdroroe near food supply. Holds of Eastern Kchtuoky will re- WOMEN RIOT IN BARCELONA ," CONTENTS Courtral, and on German billets west 'Tho Puzzlo of sult, It is behoved, from a new set of Cambral. Tho enemy's hangars at on this page, by Professor Robert- of laws adopted by tho Kentucky Spain Suspends the Constitutional Doual and other ground tnrgets were Sir Edward Carson has resignod PAGE 1. Editorials: Plienominal son is rich with historical facts and Oil Men's Guarantees In Province Because Association following its, bombarded by airplanes. Seven hostile f f oin the English Cabinet nnd has Success in . War Department; Just tho thing you should know monthly meeting in Lexington Sat-of Food Disorders. machines were brought down fighting given as his reason that ho wisljcs 1 Enlist Your Forces. Puzzlo of about that section of tho country. urday night. Tho Lcgislativo Com- -' conMadrid, Jan. 28. humors of disor- and flvo others were driven out of to uso his influence in tho Irish e. Our Own milieu oMho Association, which was ders In Barcelona iire.eonllrined by re- trol. Two British machines are miss- conference to securo agreement on World Tendency of Every Man to in session beforo tho meeting, gavo ports reaching here, "Tho ing. Stato Nqws; U. S. News; which state that "As soon as tt was dark British night somo plan of action. It has not been Llvo Up to His IS'amo," on pago two, out tho new regulations adopted by groups of women Miirted riots demandNews. flyers bombed n German airdrome possible to coino to a decision thus should help tho Departmental Columns. PAGE 2. tho oil men which will bo strictly ing cheaper food plees. The govern- north east of Ghent and other air- far. Sir Edward is an Ulster man PAGE 3. Reviow of tho World War merchant to sco his business from a .enforced. Tho provisions rcquiro ment hns suspended constitutional dromes near Courtral and billets and tho Ulsterites havo tho making nn;l History Making different yiowpoint. Other operators, within tho next thrco guarantees In the province of Barce- around Routers. All of the machines or tho marring of that lona. Ireland's long ' Events of 1017. returned. At the same time other mamonths, will shut in and conllno tho Wo call especial attention to tho oil in wells to avoid wasto, PAGE 4. Locals. several objectives In Ger- hopo for homo rulo. Thcro aro somo chines raided o and PIERS AND OIL BARGES BURN many, making direct hits on factories, indications that President Wilson Homo Department of this issue. PAGE 5. Local Nowh Articles. all necessary fuel. Thoy also has been urging England .to bring docks and In the to- - a of Mannheim. PAGE C. Mountain Farming: Hoys' Mako a lilto meat go a great way rcquiro all abandoned wells to bo Fire In Newark Buy Destroys $1,000,. "The barracks ntd Hllway station tho Irish problem to an end us 6ton Agricultural Club; Tho Uso of nnd bo patriotic You can do this closed to avoid water filling in tho nt Treves, tho Mee works at Thlon-vlll- e as possiblo in tho interests of 000 Worth of Property Set by Koop Your if you know how. Wo tell you how Llmcstono Dust. i n holes. and tho rnltwii tattoos at Qerman Spies. strength and unity of action in Ijio l.ineriy noun. uinciiinaii Mar- it Is done. and Oberh lie also were atkets. Homo Department: Mako tacked with excellei t iosults. Tho pi- war as well as In justlco to Ireland. Newark, N. J., Jan. 28. More than tho entire year of 1017. It will bo obPago soven of this issuo containa good lots report large a Litlle Meat Go n Long Way. investment for you lo prcservo $1,000,000 worth o' property on New-ur- k jectives and a big oblations at all One I' o nt Treves. bay was destroyed by the Are supTho loss of vcssols from subSuggests Strong Way to Hiuidlo somo fads about tho Germans in this pago for future reference You marine attacks has been unusually tho war, and tho manner in which will tipprcciato it moro in tho fu- posed to have beea set by German of our machines fa otf to return." ned Cross Lies. 4 Our small during tho past-wethey inflict torture. Read "Urged ture. Your children will quiz you spies, which caused havoc on ot) PAGE 7. InternationalSiinilay-soho- ol Qorky Wounded y Stray Bullet. barges, pier and u United States quarsecretary of war, howovor, is warnto Slay au l Spard Not." Wo should on Handicraft for Hoys. Lesson. Petrograd, Jim. Gorky, what transpired in that wonder- termaster's building close to the shipMust Eight to Final End. Urged all havo this knowledge. ful year in our history,-- and you building plant of a submarine boat faniout novelist, u asfghtly wounded ing tho people that this Is not to bo looked on with loo much of hopo. to Slay nud Spare Not. ,by u stray shot. want to bo ahlo to givo them tho building corporation. . There is reason to hellevo that'Ger-(ConUnuWo aro giving you another full facts. PAGE Eastern Kentucky News oa Fsgs rirs) pago of valuablo matter covering Lotters. Many porsons crossod tho Ohio Hlvur between Now Albany and Lou- Isvlllo Wednesday on the ice, which Km flitnfr I Tim IfV littlau tinm-l- i t J n I ic I Ii V 1 1U from shoro to shore. oxidised 1 1 11 iA iiiOiS m buyer SAYS ALSACE NOT A BAR TQ PEACE arm I go cil -- Alsac- e-Lorraine Enlist Your Forces Austro-IIungarla- n Alsace-Lorrain- Bel-glu- A Sure Enough Revival 0, cor-tain- pas-fathe- rs, I r, or-d- d The Puzzle of fu-v- flfty-thre- u Alsaco-Lorraino- Alsace-Lorrain- con-serv- Saar-brucke- i ek. I ea i rase Two. TIIK CITIZEN January 31, 1018. University Column BEREA COLLEGE HOSPITAL NOTES College Column SYSTEMATIC STUDY OF PLANT DISEASES A syslcmalio study of plant di- Academy Column THE INCARNATION OF QOD IN CHRIST By Mlsi Virginia Engle Normal Column NORMAL Vocational Column RHODE Voc ISLAND RED CHICKENS Foundation Coin AND A BEREA MAN BIB IT vs VOCATIONAL Tho Incarnation, according to tho seases which attack tho various crops and vegetables has novcr bocn Christian belief, is tho development mado for tho Slalo of Kentucky. of the life of Christ from His birth Losses to crops duo to parasitic to His death, and docs not alono conplant diseases amount to hundreds cern His birth. It tends lo show tho of thousands of dollars each year In relationship between God and man. Wo must consider Christ as a pertho Slalo. This loss ought to bo resonal being, and, as in our own llfo duced to tho minimum. Tho Department of Bolany, of Iho an action cannot tako placo instantUniversity of Kentucky, plans in ly, but is gradually doveloped, so with tho Bureau of tho Incarnation of tho llfo of Christ Plant Industry of tho United Slates is tho process of tho development of Department of Agriculture, to mak His lifo. According to Edward S. a very thorough survey this year Drown, tho Incarnation of tho Son in tho State. It is further planned U tho revelation of God, and thereto keep up this survey from ono fore, tho Incarnation which Is tho year lo tho next, and llioso who supremo expression and rovclation contribute this year should plan to of God, must bo concerned with Iho contribute tho next. This survey wholo person of Jesus. It Is tho prowill attempt to find out what dls cess that concerns tho wholo llfo of easts aro in the State, to learn the Jesus. Tho very growth of Christ from amount of damago dono to each crop and in return for tho advico from childhood to boyhood shows tho InSOMETHING DOINO AT THE C. E. tho correspondents will givo ndyico carnation, and through temptations, OF UNION CHURCH as (o the various methods of con trials, and sufferings His manhood is mado perfect. His temptations, Sunday afternoon, between thrco trol. and five, tea was poured in tho Par It is absolutely necessary that if wo consider Christ as a personal ish House for about two hundred every citizen in Kentucky tako a being, must liavo been as real as friends and members of tho Society part in this survey. Wo doslro to temptations which como to us. Wo Outsido tho rain froze as fast oo it reach every town in tho Slalo and struggle against them, conquer, and fell; while inside, tho open fire and through lis local paper bring to tin are mado all tho stronger for II, steaming tea created an atmosphere attention of its readers the objects because wo aro drawn closer to God, of warmth and fellowship. Just to of this survey and tho Importance realizing a more porfoct union willi show that tho Society is endeavor attached to it. Wo thercforo desiro Him. God intends, by this Incarnaing to follow out the dictates of Her a wido correspondence from the tion, to show us tho truo righteous bert Hoover, It is interesting to tillers of tho soil regarding tho dis- character, and righteousness attainnoto that tho refreshments for tho eases of their community. Leavo ed only through struggle. Thus by cntiro company, for wo bollovo that nothing unreported, no mailer how temptations and struggles, Christ has no one was a bit bashful in accept- slighHhe amount, as it is important achieved His own perfect righteousness, and is perfect oven though Ho ing tho second glass of tea or third lo us. What wo need most aro speci- has como in contact with tho sinful oraoker; amounted to only 82.01. These social hours afforded an op- mens, sinco theso aro authentic. world. In Jesus Christ, God Is mado portunity for now members and Wo cannot always tell whether or manifest in human life, and wo seo thoso who were thinking of becoming not a certain disease occurs in a our relationship with God. "In Him members, to make tho acquaintance certain region because Iho samo we seo tho prcsenco and tho power of thoso who have boon with us disease may be known lo us by ono of tho Incarnate Llfo." longer. namo and lo you by another. To WHO IS THE THIEF 1 The C. E. Executive Board spent bo sure, it is always best to send in Have You Missed Anything 1 pleasant and prodtablo hour at the specimens. In this, way wo can bo a home of Dr. and Mrs. rtobcrls, dis- suro about tho disease in question. By Howard Benfield cussing matters of inlorost to tho Please remember when collecting o Society. that nothing is (oo insignificant lo What an unnecessary statement. Tho ovcnlng mcoling was led by bo of value in this survey. Send in Prof. C. N. Shutt and his class on everything. Therefore, wo aro ask when it is evident that you would G. E. Methods. Despite tho unfavor- ing of you, dear Reader, lo consider know it if somo one had stolen from able weather there was a largo at- yourself a part of this great survey you. But a warning will, perhaps, and without your cooperation wo open your mind and oyos to bo on tendance. Tho mcoling was to thirty-sevenanni- aro being handicapped. Always re- tho watch. Aro you sure you hav. tho versary of tho founding of Christian port an epidemio lo Iho head of the not been robbed ? Tune an inven-lor- v nf vour nersonal nroncrtv. Endeavor, by Dr. Francis E, Clark. Kentucky Plant Disease Survey as check ifyp with what it might havo His picture was placed whero all soon as discovered. Tho department stands ready at been nnd what you hped it would could seo it, and thoy looked with in control! bn and see if tho two inventories interest on tho likeness of tho man all times to thirty-seve- n years ago, in tho ing discaso outbreaks and would tally. If the property in hand docs v.io slate of Maino and town of Portland, consider it a favor to have you call not equal what your early hope was so nobly Inspired to found this upon us for help. We also stand promised, look for tho robber. You world-wid- e ready to identify unknown weeds will not need to carry on an exmovement. no bloodC. E. is a growing soofely, as well a3 diseases. Wo ask that tensive investigation, That our hound will be necessary. Turn your was shown, when, towards tho you seo tho editor of your local pacloso of the meeting fifteen activo per for frank lags for sending us searchlight back on tho past years. Docs ho resomblo and twenty associate members woroi specimens and anything you do for Thero ho is you ? Why you aro Iho robber welcomed into our ranks. Tho Soci us will bo greatly appreciated. ety hopes to reach everyone who Address all correspondence to the Isn't a man crazy, who would steal from himself? But that U does not belong to some Christian following address: what you arc doing when wasting Collab-orato- r, organization in Borea. Frank T. McFarland, Plant Disoaso Survey, lime. A full day from seven in Iho morning unjtil 'ton at evening Is Collego of Agriculture, "Listening In" In Egypt. given you for work, nnd recitation. Lexington, Kentucky. Mohnnuncrinn In Egypt nre "listenHow many minutes of each day ing In." Tlie ottemlnnce Is steadily havo you spent on tho campus idle, Increasing, und one Sunday four SENIORS ENJOY SOCIAL HOUR professors were nt the . For tho last fow weeks tho mem- waiting for tho class approaching preaching service mid 15 Mohammedan bers of near futuro? Tho minutes tho Graduating Class have in tho boys mine to the Sunday school for the spent in such manner can bo called first time. Their fathers stood outside heon going around with a sour look neither study, work, recitation, the window n nscertaln what tho on their faces; but lost Friday play, nor rest. You havo sixty minteaching might he. A number of them evening it had completely disapwere thus listening out of doors. The peared, and in Us placo was a broad utes each hour and fifteen hours day in which to pursuo your Christian Herald. Miss Nova each and pleasant smilo. course, but you stolo somo of them Chrisman had kindly invited them trifle away in aimless Getting to the Top. lo her homo for a pleasant hour of yourself lo effort and then you excuso yourself Ta succeed take hold of the first merriment. Thoy found Miss Chris-ma- n by finding fault with your teachers. thing that will lift yon up and then lo bo a very charming hostess. take hold of the next thing available Every ono had a jolly good lime, All your classmates well know tho to lift you still n little higher. Thai your failuro. and, after refreshments wero ser- causo of yon will go to the top with reason Your study is as Important lo youj ved, each went away with a light ble rapidity. as Edison's study is to him. If you heart and a happy smilo. idlo away tho precious moments necessary for tho making of you a success in lifo you havo committed AMERICAN AMBULANCE MEN DECORATED a crimo Just tho samo as If you had stolen from tho paupers. Sco to it that your tlmo Is given to valuable occupations which are pi eludes to your crafts or llfo. Build up your by tho fcollng or own duties well performed. Work and be happy I spinal-meningitis, th 1 1 self-relian- ce Tho avorago numbor of patlonta carotl for by Iho Collogo Hospital during llin past week was thirty-fou- r. Since January 1, 1918, two hundred patients liavo been admitted. Tho Collogo is having a light epidemic of German measles, though to dale, nono liavo folt moro than slightly slok. Flannory, who Miss Elizabolh camo Into tho Hospital ton days ago, with a very aculo caso of is doing well and begin? Her (o feci quite liko horsolf. friends at tho Hospital feel that her recovery is largely duo to tho earnest prayers of vory many of llioso who know and lovo hor. A son, James Andrew, was bom to Mr. and Mrs. Jamos Durham, Thursday morning, January SI. Mother and son aro both doing nicely. Tho nhodo Island Rod originated ational Column urged tis to watch In tho Liltio Complon district of that column this wcok for tho re- Rhodo Island about fifty years ogo, sults of tho basket ball game, Voca They wero first found on thoso tional vs. Normal. That reminds us farms which woro producing both of tho old adago: "Don't count your market poultry and eggs to meet ducks beforo tho eggs hatch." Tho tho demands of tho Now England gamo was a fight to tho finish. Tho markets and aroso from many years scoro being 10 lo 0 in favor of Nor nf lo produco strictly mal. Tho standing of tho teams rep n general utility fowl. Sinco that resenting tho various departments tlmo thoy havo gained rapidly in ,, popularity probably duo to tho fad to dato is, viz: Team Games Won Lost that thoy havo proved lo bo good 0 1,000 winter layers. Thoy aro a very 2 2 Normal 500 hardy and activo breed with an av Academy 500 crago weight of pullots 5 lbs., hens Vocational 000 SVt lbs., cocks 8M lbs. Collego 000 Foundation Mr. Spcnce, whom all tho people Next Monday, February 4, Normal aiound Bcroa know, is very anxious will play tho Collogo, and tho fol lo standardize a brood of chickens owing Monday, Fcbrunry ii, Acad around Borea. Ho has selected Iho havo good teams, and theso games Rhodo Island Reds, and ho probably promiso to bo interesting. could not havo selected n bolter breed sinco thero aro so many of them already In this section. When On Bidding Adieu. Let ns leave the world wiser and you buy eggs this spring, buy Rhodo better than we found It, and we shall Island Reds. Paint this section rod leave It happier. Shuttleworth. nnd thoy will help to fill your poc ket book. If you aro not making ns much monoy from your egg proGEN. E. H. H. ALLENBY duction nt present ns yoti would liko Iry tho following ration: Oraln, craoked corn nnd oats, parts by u eight 2 to I; Math, corn meal, ground oats, meal meal or tankage, equal parts by weight. Tho value of buttermilk is often overlooked on tho farm. So mapy times Ibis Is thrown into tho slops or fed to tho pigs, when it might much moro profitably ho given lo Iho laying hens. It provides protein for tho production of eggs and assists in manlnining tho chicken in a healthy condition. Hens ennnot lay to the best advan tage when they aro housed in a cold damp placo or sometimes not housed at all. Keep Ihcm in warm dry quarters, feed thorn a balanced fcod, produco moro eggs and help elJ!3bsbbbbssbfQ win tho war. Last week tho editor of tho It happened nt ono of our Southern Officers, Training Camps on ono of thoso last days when tho final tent for commissions woro bolng givon. Thrco thousand men had taken In thoso few months, just closing, most of tho strenuous wOrk ordinarily oxlcndcd ovor a West Point offtcor had course. Kvory would-b- o proven himself to bo a man of grit and endurance. Every ono of them hnpod to bn qualified, but loss than half of Ihcm wero to bo commissioned. Tho particular man with whom this Is concerned wns ono of sover-- al men who woro competing for tho ono remaining commission nllolcd to" their company. Pxeperajllons wero mado for tho finals. Lessons of from twenty to sixty pages each, wero assigned for several nights. From dawn 'till dusk thoy drilled. With heads wrapped in wot towels they studied fnr Into tho night. Then nt last Ihoy wero brought beforo tho examiners. Each man ciuno separately and found, upon entering tho room, tho captain scat-e- el and tho major standing nearby. Tho latter askwj Iho questions. At tho conclusion of each drill tho applicant wns told lobo seated, whereupon each man from Iho first to tho tenth, sal down in tho chair at tho captain's right, Iho only chair In tho room. Tho eleventh man was called. Ho was questioned in tho snnw manner ns had been lhoo who had proceeded him. The scoro stood practically tho samo. B'il ono W)Int yet remained. "nn seated," ortlercd tho major. And this man, who in his study of military tactics and etiquette, had paid as much nltcntlon to the liltio things as to tho larger onei, learned in tho next flvo minutes thnl it was one of theso littlo thing that won tho day for him. Somewhere in his study of military etiquette ho had read this: "No officer or private may sit at tho right of his superior." When tho last order was given he quickly removed the chair to the left of his superior and sat down. Ho received tho commission. In the big points tho cloven men had tied. The Instgnin of llcutennnrwns awarded to the man who believed that nothing was trivial, thnt tho mastery of tho smallest detail was important. OFFICERS OF THE FOUNDATION LITERARY SOCIETIES , Grant and Leo Literary Sorites Vice-Preside- ng ML Yvyno's First Blunder. IOuts Yvyno was born In sunny Italy. When entering n Winnipeg chool nt the ago of fifteen he wns re- llllrpf In fill nut nn lnfnrtnnf Inn ftlln ctvlng name and other personal fncts. He wus n bright boy and made no mistake until he umo to tho line Gen. E. H. H. Allenby, commander marked "born." followed by a blank of the British forces that captured Js- - pare. In thin Louis wrote down very neatly tho one word, "yes." rusalem. bbBsbbbbbbbHbbbbEvS The Tendency of Every Man Is to Live up to His Name President, Oscar Garden Milburn ffall Secretory, Noah Gabbanl Ass'l Secretary, Joseph Ollsla Treasurer, Otlo Clarkston Yell Master, William Pnrker Chorister, Alfred McDonald By J. R. HAMILTON Franklin Literary Society Former Advertising Manager of Wanamaker's, Philadelphia President, Everett KIdd Vico President. Heather Mqrphy Wherever you find a good name you will find some man S'eeretary, Henry Sebastian Ass'l Scrrotnry, Everett Rhlnehart trying to live up to it. Character follows reputation far more Treasurer, Louis Broadus quickly than reputation follows character. No one ever lost his Scrgcant-al-Arms, Robert Crscch good name except through folly. Yell Master, Dilllard Green Chorister, Robert Tankcrsly What the world thinks of a' man is the very best moral tonic Douglas-EdwarLiterary Society that, is sold under the label of philosophy. President, Mattio Strunk Sarah Rainwater And it is tho same with merchandise as it is "with men. The Secretary, Estella Alexander thing is dreaded everywhere, while the thing with a nameless Sergeant-at-Arms, Ethel Fielder good name is usually good because you expect it to be. Organist, Maymlo Davis Program Committee, Hester Hays, Men grow proud of their products. You will find a manuBess Curtis, and Maymie facturer saying, "This shoe has got to be good because it beam Davis. Vice-Preside- my name." You will find a canncr saying, "I cannot use lyo any more than I can tell a lie." You will find a clothing manufacturer saying, "If Lam 'all wool,' my clothing must also bo all wool." LIEUT. COMMANDER BAGLEY ss3HbBBbV CURRENT OBSERVATIONS By John Craft Somo ono said, "Smallpox," then IIia TWfnr ornl linsv. For two days" of tho telephone ro- -j tho ding-a-liAsleep? not mained unanswered. r'BBBBBBBBMlBKBMBBBBliBl iitZr'HMk. :'K-vn hit of It. Thoy had answered tho call of arms (students' arms). Stu dents lined tho hallway. At a command up would go a sleeve, then tha Doctor would proceed to traco a hieroglyph upon tho arm with his searing iron of health. Tho greater number of tho students aro now vaccinated, and seem to bo very desirous of protecting a small spot on their I5ft nrms. You could not got sick in Borea if you wanted to. Lars it. Potters of Iluffulo, N. Y and Theodore Miles of Mount Carroll, HI., members of tho American army ambulance corps, being dtcorated with Questions. tho Croix de Guerre for valient work on the western front. The men are 'Jm most simple questions ara lined up with several French I'ollus, who also wero awurded decorations for acts of bravery. At the right Is Mr. Miles, who was a Itelolt college student rally tho most lucid. ng . And so it goes with every single product that carries a brand or a name. Whenever a man sets a standard, he strives to live up to it; and whenever tho world sets that standard, ho doubles the BBBbRisbbbbbbV effort. tat') ArSM "'?fr3v!:BBBBi Which simply means, if you want the best, you must ask for ' the best And every time you ask, you make it better. jBt-fThere is hardly ono of you readers who does not know the vPBssssssf name ofevery good product on the market. From clothing to Br Vfc good name is sugar and from hosiery to baking powder some indelibly fixed in your mind, yet, when you ask for an article, most of the time you do not use that nnme. bbbbbbbbbsbbbWMbtIi I And every time you fail to do so, you discourago tho maker, you lower the standard for yourself and you allow somo inferior thing to gain in strength and capacity. Let this go home in your mind : You set tho standard of merchandise. The maker followsjrqur ideals. Adulterations creep in through your laxity. Whenever you ask for any old thing, Lieut. Commander David Worth you get it. Bagley of the American destroyer JaWhile you aro reading tho advertising news In this paper cob Jonea nearly lost his life when by today, make up your mind to ask only for what you know to bo the vessel was torpedoed from the Germane. He was dragged the wagood; to learn what is best and demand it and to havo no parley ter onto a raft by a seaman, who after ward died of exposure. Barley Is with tho nameless things of trade. brother-in-laof Secretary of sM ft B I (Copyrighted.) Navy Daniels. January 31, 1018. g THE CITIZEN November 8. Premier Kerensky fled from Petrogrnd, nnd other member of the cabinet of the provisional government were arrested. On November 10 the rebel government made Lenlne premier. Kerensky, at the head of a body of loyal Cossack troop, attacked Petrogrnd November 12, but was badly defeated. The bolshevlkl were apparently In full control of Russia by November 22, when the Lenlne government proposed a general armistice to Page Three. February 3, 30 were killed and 314 hurt In n ship explosion at Archangel. On the same day an explosion at Yokohama killed 100. On February 21, the British trnnsiwt Mendl was sunk In a collision, 023 South African laborers being lost. On March 11, a tornado In east central Indiana killed more than 20 persons and on March 23, 03 were killed and more thnn 200 Injured when a tornado wrecked part of the city of New measure. On May 10, President Wilson selected Herbert C. Hoover, chairman of the Belgian relief commission, a head of a food control board, and later, on August 11. following the pass-agby congress of n bill, food-contr- nnd the cellor von Rethmann-itollweappointment as hta successor of Dr. REVIEW OF THE WORLD WAR AND OTHER Georg Mtchaells. On Jaly 22, Slam declared war against Germany, and Austria-Hungarbringing the number of the allied nations to sixteen. HISTORY EVENTS OFYEAR 1917 British Launch Great Offensive. The British launched their second great offensive of tho year on the Flanders front on July 31, attacking Entrance of United States Into Conflict Outstanding. Development of on n front from Dlxmudo to Warneton, after three week of InPart Twelve Months Political Upheaval in Russia AffeeU tense artillery preparation. The British forced their way Into the German Struffle Iritish ami French Smash Teuton Lines line to n depth of two to two and a Launch on West Front Austre-Germahalf miles, taking ten villages and tnoro than 0,000 prisoners. Drive Against Italy. o IKING e Pope Benedict, on August 14, trans- By DONALD P. BIQQt. "" THE WORLD WAR. After three and a half years of the most sanguinary fighting In history, the great nation of the world, together with many of the smaller ouch, are till nt death grips, with Icsn prospect of an early pence than was thought to exist n year ngo. Undoubtedly the greatest development of the yenr was the entrance of the United States of America Into the conflict. The throwing of the tremendous resources ond man power of the American republic Into the balance oa the ! of tho entente allies, In tho opinion of Military experts, has more t than the advantages gained by Germany aad her allies during tho past twelve months and has made pomlbte the continuance of tho conflict until n time when a definite military decision can be obtained. There bare been a half dozen or more outstanding events In tho past year. Heuio of these hnve tecn of purely Military slgulflcnnca nnd others hnve becrn occurrences of n political naefture utile have hod n fect upon the titanic conflict. Chief among the political upheavals o? the was tho Russian revolution which resulted In tho overthrow of Gznr Nicholas and culminated during the cloning months of the yenr In which practically eliminate Itumln from the rnnks of tho nntloa opposed to the central powers. From a military standpoint the Chief crept of the yeur hnve been the launching of the German ruthless submarine campaign, which was directly responsible for the entry of th.s United States Into tho war; the British offensives on the west front, first In the Arras 6cctor, later In Plunder front bennd still later on the tween Arras and St. Quentln ; the Hat-luoffensive against Austria from Tolmlno tc the Adriatic and tho subsequent offensive of the Germans and which resulted Austrian agulnst-Raly-,' TaTtTie overrunning of northern Italy by the Tronic allies. The entry of China. Cuba, Brazil, JMaai aadLathar countries' Into tho war "on the side of tho entcnto allies, the overthrow of King Constantino of Grwco oa tho demand of Franco and her allies and other events Important in themselves were overshadowed by the greater developments of Uie year. American Peace Effort Falls. As tho yenr opened tho only military movements of tmportanco In progress were those aimed by Germany nnd her allien t complete tho annihilation of Roumanla nnd attention was centered upon the request that had been made by President Wilson that the various belligerent nations stnto tho terms upon which pence might bo discussed. Tho replies seemed to preclude any further action by tho United States us a peacemaker, but on January 22 President Wilson in nn address before the Ecnnte laid down the principles which he declared should guide tho United States lu participating In a lenguo to enforce peace nt the close of the present war. On January SI, Germany announced the luuugurutlon of ruthless submarine warfare. I'rexldent Wilson acted promptly, severing diplomatic relations with Germany on February 3. The Cunard liner Lnconla was mink 'without warning oft the Irish coast February 23 with the loss of 13 lives, including those of two American worn off-aeg back to new lines which bad been pre- pared. The relations between Germany and the United States were further strained March 18 by tho receipt of reports of the sinking of three American steamers, the City of Memphis, Illinois nnd Vlgllancln, fifteen of the tatter's crew being lost. On March 21, President Wilson issued a proclamation calling congress In special session on April 2. The American steamer Hcaldton was torpedoed without warning, March ;w n counter-revolutio- o a the senate passed a resolution declaring tho existence of a state of war. The resolution wns adopted by tho house of representatives April 0 and wns signed by the president the same day. At the same time 01 German-ownevessels In American ports were seized by the government. Cuba declared war on Germany on April 7. The following day, Austria-Hungarsevered diplomatic relations with the United States. ! The British forces on tho west front begnn the first great offensive of 1017 on April 0, penetrating the enemy positions north and south of Arras to a depth of from two to three miles. The French forces launched an offensive against the enemy on a front between Solssons and Helms, April 10, nnd after three days' fighting 0 reported the enpturo of more than prisoners. The first American casualties in the war were reported April 23, when the armed American tank steamer Vacuum was suuk by n submarine and several American gunners were lost. American Fleet In Action. It wnsJcscnejUoa JIu? lS,"tbat a "ftjiiadron of American destroyers under Hear ArtmlnU Slmms had, safely crossed the Atlantic and had been 4, d y e 17,-00- 22, 21 men Including seven Americans, being lost. Unites! States Declares War. On April 2, President Wilson appeared before a Joint session of congress nnd called for a declaration of a state of war with Germany. On April May 4. Jhe ea In war servtco"sTrice The United States nrmy draft bill became n law May 13 when President Wilson nftlxod hi signature to tho measure nnd Issued n proclamation fixing Juno 5 as registration day. During the early part of June growing unrest In Itussla began to attract tho attention of the allies. On Juno 1, workmen and soldiers seized Kron-stad- t, the Russian fortress defending Petrogrnd, nnd repudiated the provisOn June 3, tho ional government. Amcrlcnn coufmlsslon to Itusstn, headed by Kllhu Itoot, nnd the Amcrlcnn railroad "commission, headed by John F. Stevens, arrived safely at Itusstan port. On June 7, tho Russians In possession of Kronstndt yielded to negotiations nnd recognized the provisional government. n. On February 28, It was announced that the United States government wus In possession of a communication addressed by the German forelgu minister to the Gcrmnn minister at Mexico City, Instructing him to propose an alliance between Geruiutiy nnd Mexico, and to suggest that as soon as war with tho United States was certain, tho president of Mexico communicate with Japan, offering to mediate between Japan and Germany. An a reward Mexico wus promised general financial support from Germany nnd tho recouquest of lost territory lu Texas, New Mexico unci Arizona. The United Stutes department of Plate announced, March 12, that It hud determined to placo armed guards upon all American merchant vessels sailing through the German war zone. March 11, it wus learned, that tho American steamship Algonquin hud been bunk without wurnlng by a Ger On tho sumo duy man submarine. Chlnu severed diplomatic relations with Germuuy uud seized Geniiun merchant ships lu tho harbor ut Shmighul. Czar Nicholas Dethroned. On March IS, tho KusnIuii revolutionary movement, which had begun with food riots nnd strikes, culmluuted In the abdication of Czur Nlcholus both for himself and his son. Pending the meeting of a constituent ussembly tho government wus vested In tho executive committee of tho' Duma nnd a newly chosen council of ministers with lrluce Lvoff as premier. The German forces on tho west front, on March 17, began a general retirement on a front of 85 miles from south of Arras to Solssons, falling In tho meantime the American preparations for the war wcro proceeding rapidly. On June 6, nearly 10,000,000 men of military age registered for military service under the selective draft law. On June 8, Major General John J. Pershing, who had been selected to head the American expeditionary forces In France, arrived with his staff in London. On the same day Washington reported tho safe arrival In France or 100 American aviators, tho first American fighting forces to reach that country. King Conitantlne Dethroned." A solution of tho Greek situation, which had endangered tho .operations of the allies In tho Balkans, was reached Juno 12 when on tho demand of France, Great llrltuln nnd Itussla, King Constantino nbdlcnted In favor of his second son, Prince Alexander, who wns known to be favorably Inclined toward the allies. London reported another big raid by Zeppelins on Juno 13, In which 157 persons were killed and many injured. The subscriptions to tho first American Liberty lonn closed Juno 15, the loan being oversubscribed by $750,- mitted pence proposals to all belligerent and neutral governments. The Italian forces opened a grand offensive on August 10, attacking on a front 40 miles long from Tolmlno to the Adriatic sen. On August 25, the Italians captured Monte Santo, an Austrian stronghold on tho Isonzo front. Two more nations entered the war on tho sldo of the allies In August. Liberia declaring war on Germany August 7, and China declaring wnr on both Germany and Austria-HungarAugust 14. On August 23, President Wilson's reply to the pence proposals of Pope Benedict was made public. It declared ttiat "we cannot take tho word of the present rulers of Germany as a guarantee of anything thnt is to endureunlcss explicitly supported by such conclusive evidence of tho will and purpose of the German people themselves as tho other peoples of the world would be justified In accepting." Other nltled governments later adopted President Wilson's note as their own reply to tho pope. Early In September tho Italians continued to make progress in their drive nn the Isonzo front, announcing on September 1 the capture of 14 strongly fortified mountains, causing nn breach in the Austrian lines and resulting in the capture of 27,000 prisoners. Chaos Threaten In Russia. Conditions in Russia grew more chaotic during the month of September. General Kornlloff, commander in chief of tho Ruslan armies, on September 10 demanded that all civil nnd military powers be placed In his hands. Premier Kercnsky Immediately deposed General Kornlloff and civil war threatened ns Kornlloff, nt tho head of a largo force of troops, marched 'on Petrogrnd. The rebellion collapsed, however, on September 13 when General Kornlloff agreed to surrender to General Alexlcff, cldef of staff of the Russian nnny. Tho first American casualties In September France 4, when four Americans were kllieO In a German raid on American hospital la France. America's war jatlap were-- continued rnpidljv .the first contingent of five per cent of The new National army arriving nt their cantonments September 6. The replies of Germany nnd Austria-Hungar- y to Pope Benedict's peace proposals were made public September 21. They nccepted the pope's offer as a basis for the beginning of negotiations, but made no definite concessions. Italians Driven Back. The great Austro-Germaoffensive against the Italians wns launched along tho Isonzo front October 24, nnd within ten duys tho Teuton forces had retaken nil tho territory won by the Italians in two months' fighting and hod overrun all of northern Itnly. Tho United States begnn to take n more active part In the fighting during October, the first American troops go ing Into tho first lino trenches In France on October 23. On October 17 the American transport Antilles, returning from France, wns torpedoed and sunk, with a loss of 07 lives. The y lc prt-pnn all belligerents. American troops on the west front suffered their first casualties on November 3 when German troops raided a salient held by tho American, killing three, wounding five nnd taking. 12 prisoners. On November 0 tho American patrol boat Alcedo was sunk by n torpedo and 21 were lost. During the last days of November and the enrly part of December the Germans made determined efforts to regnln some of the territory cnptiired by the British around Cnmbrnl but the British held a large portion of tho ground taken, Inflicting heavy losses on the German. Tho Austro-Germaforces began a new offensive in Itnly early In December, forcing the Italian lines back for a distance of several miles at some points. Early In December It was announced that a large number of national guard troops from the United States had arrived In France, units from every state being Included. On December 7, tho United Stntcs congress declared the existence of n state of war with Austrin-HungnrThe following day It was announced that the American destroyer Jacob Jones had been sunk by a German submarine with a loss of 04 men. The Russian situation was further complicated by a new rerolt against the bolshevlkl government launched by Generals Kaledlncs nnd Kornlloff, n second 000.000. $3,000,000,000 an oversubscription of nearly American "Liberty loan of closed October 27 with $2,000,' 000,000. On June 20, It was announced that tho first contingent of American troops, under command of Mnjor General had arrived safely in France. Tho new Greek cabinet, headed by Eleuthcrlos Venlzelos, went Into ofllco on June 27 and t.vo days later the new government severed diplomatic relations with Germany, Austria-HungarBulgaria and Turkey. On tho tlrst of July, tho Russian forces, under tho personal leadership of War Minister Kcrensky, electrified tho nllles by launching n powerful of--1 fcnslve on nn front In Gnllcln, cnpturlng many strongly fortified towns nnd Inking thousands of prisoners. For two weeks tho Russians continued to advnnco along a front that widened to 100 miles, but on July 10 the Russian offensive collapsed, and turned Into a rout, when tunny Russian regiments mutinied and fled. Kercnsky succeeded Prlnco Lvoff as premier of Russia on July 20. The first political crisis In the German cuhlnct during the war resulted on July 14 In the resignation of Chan , Scandinavian merchantmen they were convoying In tho North sea on October 17. On October 31 tho American transport Finland, returning from France, was struck by n torpedo and eight men were killed. Italians Step Invaders. Big events crowded fast upon each other during the month of November. Tho Italians, after reforming their lines back of tho Tagllamento river, were forced to execute a 'further falling back to tho Plnve river. by British The Italians, nnd French armies, which, reached tho Italian front November 23, withstood repeated attacks launched by tb;o nrmles, holding their linos nt all points along tho Pluve. On November 20 the British opened tho grentest offenslvo of tho yeur on the west front between St. Quentln and tho Scnrpc. In a surprise attack, begun without tho uunl artillery prepa ration, tho Istitlsli Infuntry undr Gen-- 1 era) Byng, headed by a lurgo force of tanks, smashed through the Hlnden-burg line toward Cnmbrnl, Hiking many I towns nnd thousands of prisoners. Russia was thrown Into civil wnr n durlug tho month by n by means of which the bolshevtkl, under tho leadership of M. Lenlue. seized tho government at Petrogrnd on 12 1 counter-revolutio- Several more South Amcrl can nations took a decided stnnd In favor of the allies In October. Peru broke off diplomatic relations with Germany October 0 nnd Uruguay took similar action tho following day. On October 20 Brazil declared the exist ence of a state of war with Germany. There were evidences of Internal dlS' turbances In Germany during the month, n mutiny of German sailors at Ostend being reported October 18. On October 30 Count George von nertllng was made, Imperial chancellor of Germany, Chancellor Michael Is having re signed. On tho sen tho chief event of the month was the sinking by two German raiders of two British destroyers and British, French nnd Italian troops on December 10, captured Jerusalem, which for 073 years has been under tho undisputed sway of the Moslem. On December 10, It was announced thnt Russian nnd Teuton emissaries armistice, one had signed a The house of representatives, on Deprovision of which wns that pence ne- and a thousand persons were reported drowned In great floods In Natal, cember 17, adopted a resolution, algotiations should begin Immediately. ready adopted by tho senate, submitSouth Africa. October 28, About 1,200 persons wero killed and ting to the states n constitutional THE WAR CONGRESS millions of dollars woith of property amendment for national prohibition. destroyed December 0 by an explosion The first "wnr session" of the Sixty-fift- h and Are which followed a collision in MEXICO AND jJNITED STATES congress which opened on April tho harbor at Halifax, N. S., between 2, was the most momentous session In Mont Blanc, a French munition ship, The friction between the United the history of the United States up to and the lino, laden with supplies for States and Mexico, which had threatened for twp years or more to result that time. the Belgian Relief Commission. In open warfare, began to disappear The first war bill passed by congress early In 1C17 nnd when the ntten-tlo- n was one authorizing the Issuance of INDUSTRIAL AND ECONOMIC of the people of the United States bonds to nn amount not exceeding focused upon more Important nnd authorizing the secre apparent In was Industrial unrest was mntters by the entrance of tho tary of tnS treasury. ,to purchnse 1017, throughout of governments at wnr with the United States of war conditions United States into the world wnr, the largely aa.aj-esul- t Mexican "crisis" faded from th subllc Germany to the amount of $3,000,000,- nnd In spite of efforts mnde by tno view. ooa. . nlded by leaden of 'government, Despite the fcl'if of negotiations Tho nTmy conscription., act was prevent strikes which wjtjj. jjfl.Carrnnzn government Presipassed by the house April 2S'byE'votC' .zed labor, id would delay tha nation's "war prepare-- 1 dent Wilson ordered the withdrawal of of 307 to 24 and by the senate on May tlons. 1 by n vote of 81 to 8. the American troops from Mexico and Early In the year a "ridflotfwrdb' on Februnry'67 Gehernt"Per8hlng big war appropriation bill, The first of the skilled railroad employees, his troops marched out of Mexico afstrike carrying appropriations aggregating which had been averted In 1010 by tho $3,231,004,541.00 for the nrmy and passage of tho Adamson law, providing ter having been in that country almost a year. navy, was passed In the house May 2 Indirectly for nn Incicnse In wages, On March 11, General Carranza was with one opposing vote and In the sen- was again threatened, owing to the formally elected president of Mexico. ate May 10 without a roll call. fuct that the placing of the Adnmso"n The measure known as tho espion- law In operation wns delayed pending From this time on conditions In Mexiage act, Intended to prevent disloyal n decision by the United States Su- co became more tranquil and there acts on the part of residents of tho preme court on its validity. The were evidences that President CarranUnited Stntes and also containing pro- threatened strike wns averted March za wns succeeding In restoring order visions giving the president power to 18 by the capitulation of the railroad In tho republic It was not until lata place an cmbnrgo on exports, wns manngers. On the following day tho In the year thnt Villa again became active. On November 13, troops led by signed by the president June 15. United Stntes Supreme court handed on tho A bill appropriating $040,000,000 for down a decision holding the Adamson Villa's aids, captured OJInnga, American border, after a hard fight. development of the air service was the law constitutional. Several hundred Carranza soldiers fled passed without a record vote by the Serious troubles wero precipitated In senate on June 18 and by the house the Arizona copper fields July 1 when across the border and were Interned In the United States. on June 23. struck. Disorders were reThe food control act, under which the miners ported from several points dnd on broad powers were given to tho presi- July 12 the people of Blgbce, Ariz., dePOLITICS IN FOREIGN LANDS dent for the regulation of the sale of ported 1,200 members of the Industrial A spirit of unrest wns oppnrent in food and fuel, was passed In the houso was June 23 by n vote of 305 to 5 nnd In Workers of the World, who it in many widely separated countries in charged had fomented the strikes 1017, lending in somo cases to revolu- tho senate July 21 by a vote of 81 to 0. copper mines. On July 31, 32 L tlon nnd civil war. The revolution In The second great bond Issue act, the W. leaders were deported from Russia, resulting In the abdication of authorizing the Issuance of bonds to W. Gallup, N. M. On August 1, Frank Litand the forced abdicathe amount of $7,533,045,040 and i Czar Nicholas tle, L W. W. certificates to the amount of prominent In leader, who had been tion of King Constnntlne of qreece Arizona troubles, was wero events closely allied with tner the $2,000,000,000, wns passed in the house lynched at Butte, Mont., where he had September 0 and In tho senate Septemwar. Disturbances In China, including; gono to take part in a strike of miners an attempt to restore the monarchy, ber 15. and where he was alleged to havo The revenue act, first Introduced in made speeches attacking, the govern- were influenced partly by the war Conditions In Chlnn were unsettlcdTuh-ti- l the house May 0, was passed by the June 30, when under' the Influence house May 23, but was not passed by ment.serious tie-u- p of all shipbuilding A the senate until September 10. Clio plants In the country was threatened of monarchists, Hsuan Tung, Mnnchu emperor, announced his resumption of conferenco report was accepted OctoIn August and September. Machinists ber 2. The incssugo provides for the and bollennakers In Eastern ship- the throne of Chlnn. Civil war Immediately broke out and on July 10 raising of nearly $3,000,000,000 annu- yards went on strike August 21 and attempt to restoro the monarch ally, largely from Income and excess 25,000 skilled mechanics and other the collapsed. Oh July 13 the profits taxes. workmen struck In Sun Francisco Sep- array, led by Chang Hsun, monarchist surrendered The second big war appropriations tember 17. On September 20, Presinfter a battle at Peking. The repubnet, carrying a total of $5,350,000,-010.0Wilson named a commission, lican government was firmly establish Including $035,000,000 additional dent by Secretary of Labor Wilson ed ngaln and later declared war on for the emergency shipping fund, wns headed nnd representing both employers and Germany ond Austria-Hungarapproved by the president October 0. employees, to net as his personal repCivil wnr In Culm threatened to dls-- I Tho second session of tho wnr conIn gress opened December 3, nnd tho fol- resentativeswnr. allaying labor troubles rupt thnt country during the early during the Tho strike In the San months of the yenr. The rebels were lowing day President Wilson delivered shipyards was ended Sepa message declaring that nothing will Francisco through tho efforts of tho badly defeated In several engagements tember 20 and on March 7, Goraee, their leader, turn the United States usldo from its government mediators. was captured. The rebellion was task until tho war Is won. Leaders of organized labor in tho stamped out quickly after the capture During December both houses of contook a decided stand of Gomez. gress opened Investiga- United Stutes year In support of tho throughout Great Britain continued" 'to wrestlo) tions Into the war preparations of the government the preparations for war and with (he Irish problem throughout the war and navy departments. against untlwar propaganda. At tho year. The Irish nationalists, on March annual meeting of the American FedDISASTERS ON LAND AND SEA eration of Labor In Buffalo In Novem- 7, demanded Immediate home rule and marched out of the ber, union lubor pledged Its solid sup- in a body. On July 23 a convention Tho year 1017 was marked by many port to tho government In the prosecu- proposed by Premter Lloyd George and disasters on land and sea, aside from tion of tho war, representing all factions In Ireland met those resulting from tho land and Tho railroads of tho country faced for the purpose of drafting a homo naval operations of tho countries at another crisis during the closing rule constitution for Ireland. war. Thousands of lives were lost months of the year when demands Some misunderstandings between nnd ml'llons of dollars worth of prop- wero inado by tho four brotherhoods the United States and Japan over far erty wus destroyed by fires, explosions, for wage Increases averaging 40 per Eastern mutters were cleared away by earthquakes, tornadoes and other de- cent, affecting, directly ond Indirectly, the signing by diplomatic representastructive agencies In all parts of tho approximately 2,000.000 railroad em- - tives of tho two countries on Novemworld. ployees. ber 2 of nn agreement by which tho On January 5, an earthquake In ForLabor troubles of the year were United States recognizes the fact thai mosa caused tho death of 300 persons. closely allied with economic develop- Japan has special Interests In China On Jnnuary 25, an earthquake killed 50 ments, growing out of the Increased because of Its proximity but guaranpersons on Bull Island, Maluy cost of living In the United States. In teeing tho territorial Integrity of order to prevent further Increases In China and the maintenance of the open On February 2, un explosion and Are prices government regulation of many door policy In that country. in a Chicago tenement killed 25. On industries was undertaken as a war (Copyright, 1917, by tha McClure Ntwspa per Syndicate.) four-week- Cossack lenders. Mr. Hoover wns made food administrator. On August 21, President Wilson Issued nn order fixing the basic prices for bituminous coal In the producing districts of the country. On August 23, President Wilson appointed Albany, Ind. Dr. II. A. Gnrflcld fuel administrator Explosion In a Russian ammunition plant nenr Chester, Pa., killed 112 per- for the United States. On August 30 sons April 10. An explosion In the the United Stntes wheat committee Hastings mine near Ludlow, Colo., fixed the baste price for the 1017 crop at $Z20 a bushel. April 27, caused a loss of 110 live. May 22, the city of Gyoenyoes, Hungary, was devastated by fire. Thirty lives were lost and great damage was The Danish West Indies, purchased done by a storm In Kansas May 25 and the following day tornadoes In central from Denmark for $25,000,000, passed Illinois killed 150 persona and destroy- under the Jurisdiction of the United ed property worth millions of dollars. Stntes January 27, and were renamed May 20, many persons were killed in the Virgin Islands. Serious race riots In East St Louis, tornadoes in southern Bllnols, Kentucky, Tennessee, Alabama and Arkan- Mo., July 2, resulted In the killing of more thnn 20 negroes and two white sas. San Salvador, capital of Salvador, men and a heavy property loss by fire. nnd-- a number of surrounding towns The riots were followed by prosecuwere partially destroyed by volcanic tions by stnte officials and a congreseruption", earthquake and fire June 7. sional investigation. Soldiers of the Twenty-fourtU. B. More than 150 men perished In a biasing mine at Butte, Mont., June 0. Thir- Infantry (colored) started a race riot teen wcro killed and many injured at Houston, Tex., August 23, resulting when a water tank fell on the steamer In the death of 15 whites and several Christopher Columbus at Milwaukee, negroes. Interest In tho general elections on Wis., June 30. A Niagara Gorge trolley car plunged November 8 wns centered In New Into the rapids, July 1, and 28 were York and Chicago, where Socialist tickets were defeated by large majorikilled. A mine explosion nt New Cape Breton, killed G2 men ties. Judge Hylnn, Democratic nominee, wns elected mnyor of New York on July 25. A mine explosion at Clay, Ky., over fusion, Republican and Socialist caused tho loss of 81 lives on August candidates. In Milwaukee, Wis., November 23, 4. Nineteen were lost when the, British steamer City of Athens, carrying ten policemen nnd a woman were killmissionaries to Africa, was sunk by a ed by the explosion of a bomb found floating mine on August 10. Eighteen In a church and taken to police headwere killed in a trolley car collision quarters. Thirteen negroes, convicted by court near North Branford, Conn., August 13. On August 18, a disastrous fire martial of participating In the race swept Salonlkl, Greece, destroying a riots at Houston, Tex., August 23, were hanged ut Snn Antonio, December 11. large part of the city. others were given life senMany persons were killed In a ty- Forty-on- e phoon and flood at Toklo, October 2, tences. domestjcjIffairs h d, nd war-savin- I 3, archl-pellg- p?tv feur. nir mv.rs January AND 31, 1018. Goolrleh, both of Wallncclon, wcro Balllnger, William II, Ballory F, 312 F. A., Camp Meade, Baltimore. nulolly married In Richmond nl tho Md. Olyndon Hole!, Wednesday, January NEWS OF DKHEA AND VIClNtTY. OATHEKKD FROM A Iwonly-lhir- d by Judo Prico in Hit Batson, Ilcuben 11., Oth Provisional Co., 2nd M. M. Reg., Camp Hnn-roe- k, VARIETY OP .SOURCES presence of Mrs. Llllin Moro,Mi&s Ga- Dora Gentry mil G. M. Canl161d. Coyle, Truo F., 30th Inf. Band, Head After spending their honeymoon quarters Cp, Camp Green, N.C. Miss Ruby S'mlth returnod Friday visiting friendsnnd relatives around Wallacelon, they will make Iholr Ison, Sgt. Denver, Co. D, 1 10 Inf, Camp frnm her Irln In Hliirncn. III. Shelby, Miss, mp in ,1(nr' Coimly, near FrariV .1. B. Prlco, Iho cnglnecrwho wns Parker, Thos. L., K- -l 5, 0. T. S', Camp fOfU onninnalt hurl in llm ivrnrlr inl Pnn iJ14Ijhoij inn ill iiivi a v Sherman, Chillicotho, Ohio. way, died at two o'clock Sunday PROFESSOR LEVANT DODGE WILL Hoine, James Watt, Army Y. M. 0. A, Berea, Ky. nflernoon in Covington. Bldg. Bank & Truit Camp Shelby, Miss. SPEAK AT OKOLONA, MISS. Miss Ireno Bauflo and tho Misses Robinson, Miss Minnio Jane, Amb. Tho following clipping was taken Juno nnd Elilh McMurry wcro very Co Baso Hospital, Ft. Oglolhorpo, delightftiUy cntcrlnined nl a six from tho Mississippi Letter, edited Ga. great In- by Wallace Battle, of the Sclcntlflo horso shoeing, flno Iron o'clock dinner nt tho homo of Miss Sellers, Rudolph, Army Y. M. C. A, of that placo: work nnd repairs of all descriptions Lola Dallon on West Chostnut strcot. stitution Cnmp Sherman, Chillicotho, Ohio Dodge of Boron twenty-sixt- h. "Professor LeVnnt Tho dining-1at tho Collego Hlacksmllh Shop, January College, Kentucky, has Just acceptMain Street, north of Tho Citizen. room was very beautifully decorated BEREA PREACHERS AND THEIR ed an invilation lo deliver tho Com od. with flowers and ferns. Office. WIVES MEET mencement address at Okolona. II. L. McMurry, who is AgriculAt tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Hud Friends of tho school will rcjol" Agent in Knox County, spent gathWo SELL hats and soil them right. tural with us in tho securing of a speak- son on Jackson street a social ad. n short time at tho first of tho weok Mrs. Laura Jones. er nnd scholar so widely known. On ering of all tho preachers and their with his family in Beroa. wives of Berea look placo Tuesday Joo W. Stephens is packing up his Mrs. B. H. Gabbard is spondins the platform, Professor Dodgo is night. With tho exception of n fowi belongings and will movo to Hamilparents, Mr. and easily in the class with Wlillnm tho week with her tho altndanco was ono bun- -' ton, O., whoro ho has purchased a Mrs. Blovlns, at their homo near Jennings Bryan." dred per cent. A delightful social meat market. His succossor, Bnrill Kingston. timo was enjoyed. After a greeting Van Winkle, will contlnuo tho busiBEREA POLICE COURT E. T. Fish attended tho Stato of wclcomo and tho object of tho ness at tho formor old stand. Good Meeting held in Loxing-to- n Formers' wishes from tho many friends of tho Juilgo W. J. Tatum on tho bench. mooting was presented by Brother this week. Hudson, Dr. Roberts gavo an Infor Stephens gp with them to thoir now Tho docket last Saturday was n S. L. Isaacs has rented his livery surroundings. taking nearly tho cntlro mal talk along tho lines of present barn on Dope! street to Chester full one, day conditions and how they shall Wo aro informed that Rudolph Aber- day to clnar it. The following com met, in a very interesting manner, '13, Is a Y. M. C. A. Parks and will lcavo soon for Sellers, Class of docket: posed the suggesting tho importance of unified Secretary at Camp Sherman, Chil- - deen, Miss., whero ho will farm. Clarertco Marrum, Earl Walker, work. Brother Hudspeth licolhc, 0. His name will bo added nnd Bealer Reynolds wcro each fined Christian' NOTICE followed with a heart overflowing, to our honor roll. Tho servico of tho Collego Bull $25 for gambling. most entertainingly told what Thos. L. Parker Is now In tho . G. S. Engle vs. Granl Simpson; and will bo discontinued to oulsido par he wanted as well as all ho wanted (leers' Training School at Camp Simon Muncy. judcrment for plantlff and order of to hold pack. His talk was very Sherman. Ho is hoping to rccolvo ties till April 15. attachment sustained. ad-3- 3. helpful and set all to thinking along a commission about April first when Mrs. L. A. Davis vs. Curl Tcrrill, Brothers Haas and he shall bo roady for Franco too. on account; judgment for plaintiff. nractical lines. Erpllsh and Dodgo took part in tho SALESMEN WANTED 0. T. B, His new address is It-1-4, J. B. Tcrrill vs. Jas. M.Willis, gar lively Lubricating oil, grcast), special- nishee; continued until heart la heart Cnmp Sherman. Chillicotho, Ohio. nxl court after which prayers weroconference; offered ly Miss Florcnco Tatum returned ties, paint. Part or wholo lime R. H. Chrisman vs. W. B. Jones con Brothers English"and Haas; then Mrs. from-hschool work at Mt. Ster Commission basis until ability is tinued for process. most graciously served re ling, whoro she closed a vcy suc established. Man with rig preferJ, W. Welch vs. Chas. Bronaugh, Hudson freshments. May this not bo the last red. Rivcrsido Refining Company, 'note; judgment for plantiff. cessful term. ad-3- 1. meeting of this kind. Mrs. Frank Livcngood and llttlo Cleveland, Ohio. Bealer Reynold vs. Clarence Mar- daughter, Margaret Ann, aro spenfl- eum, check; judgment for pJnntilT INSIGNIA ON SHOULDER LOOPS ing somotimowilh Mrs. Livengood'i FIFTY DOLLARS REWARD DENOTE RANK OF WEARER Fifty dollars reward is offered by VIERRA'S ROYAL HAWAIIAN SINGsisters in Mt. Vernon, Ohio, whom Tho rank of commissioned officers Uio Borea Civic League for tho conshe is hoping to recover fom ERS AND PLAYERS of tho United States Army is shown threatened nervous breakdown. viction of tho thieving parties having Miss Stella Johnson delightfully don- two mean jobs on Center street Vierrn's Royal Hawaiian Singers by insignia on the shoulder loop? entertained at dinner her friends on tho night of January 21; namely and Plavers wero ndvorllod to ar The shonl ler loops of a (renpral on Sunday cvoning; tho guest of tho'stoaling of clothos'from tho lines on the Chanel platform as the bear the ronl of arms of the United "Nionor was John Walker Ballard Jr., on tho premises of Jerry RichardStates and two silver stars; lieuten second number of Iho Winter of thoJJ. S. S. Wisconsin and the son and Mrs. Jennio Fish. on Mercli Oth. but for un- ant general, one large and two small stiinvitod gnosis wcro Jilis3 Mollio known reasons, the date has boon silver slais; major general, two Jaokson and Hugh F. Parkor. Tho PAUL PIERSALL DEAD . ohanaad to MorHnr nleliL February ver stars; brigadier general, ono silguost of honor spont a few days Tho many friends of Paul PlcjtsahM niC This is the Monday just fol- - ver star; colonel, silver spread-eagl- e; furlough at homo. will bo painod lo learn Of his death lowing tb elw of Hip revival mwl-inii- s. lieutenant colonel, silver leaf; major, MrSr !tftiGnirs,- - of Jicd -- HsGser has which occurod near Winchester at Don't fornot tho ohanoo of (rold leaf; enplain, two silver bars; ihoved to Boroa and livos on Rail his homo on tho 10th inst. Paul was date from LI a rob 6th' to that of Feb- first lieutenant, one silver bar;'aec-on- d lieMtenant, no loop insignia. K51 Street. Ho is omploycd by the a studont bore for several years. ruary tltli. Standard Whoel Company. 1P00 and 1007 ho wn3 in tho Founrv The shoulder loops of a rlmpii-This troop rentes very hia-hlhairs a Latin Cross. House for rent and somo lots for dation School Uien in Uio Acndomy. omni'MidPd. Thev are In areal Ad, He slo. Dr. S. R. Baker. I bv the tnlVing machine comhad been in poor honlth for more Frod Turner, a former Beron Col- than n year, suffering from tubor-culos- panies for records. "It Is rare that HELP THE AMERICAN NAVY lege student, now a prosperous farIVrea is so highly favored lo have "STAND WATCH 1" ' mor near Dupont, Ind.. is spondins their equal. Each member Is n soloisl a. few days with Mrs. Turner's rola- either Instrument! or voeal. To Will You Supply Eyaa for the Navyl NOTICEI (ives. Mr Turner contcmplalo3 en Notico is loroby givon that all per- he convinced of the boauty of their listing in the American Army at once sons holding claims against tho to Hawaiian music Is only lo hear Navy Ships Need Blnooulars and as Ii? is subjoot to Canadian war reg Eyeglatiea I of tho lalo S. G. Hanson nnd of tlim. You can't afford to mfss this ulations. Mrs. Knto J. Hanson, must file samo rare treat. II will be Uie last of the The oh.II for practical and palriotic Found, a bunch of yaluablo keys properly verified and provon with Lyceum this year. servico has been made upon Iho on" Chestnut stroot. Call at THE my Attorney. S'tephon D. Parrish, LAmerioan public, it has como lo us CITIZEN Office, identify the keys PUBLIC SCHOOL NOTES at his office in Richm6nd, Ky., or in Beron. Horo 19 an opportunity and pay for this advertisement. mo on or prior lo tho 23th day for thoae, in our community, who son, Harry, with Mrs. John Mullins and E. F.Dizney, Principal of February, 1018. lmv the required articles, chance returned homo Mondny after a fow W. N. Hanson to help in tills way. A porsonal days' visit in Livingston, Wo havo had to turn away n mini teller fmni Mrs. Georsm Dewey (wifo Executor of S. G Hanson and AdS. B. Johnson and family havo of Mrs. Knto J. Hanson. bor of pupils from tho outside re of (he late Admiral Dnwoy) urging purobasod Uio now homo of John ministrator Ad. 3i contly for tho present because wo the need. She says g!as03 will ha Welch's on Chestnut street. havo no moro room oxcept in tho returned at tho termination of th-- i Miss Francis Louder left here Second and Eighth grades. THE CLIO CLUB war, if possible. Ono dollar will Tuesday evening for her homo In Our long looked for ordor of school bo paid for each ono nccoptod. Mrs. John Welch and Mrs. Gilbert Wisconsin. Miss Louder has finish wero hostesses for tho regular supplies camo thi3 wock. Tag eachu-uejwith your name cd tho Collego courso hero this Our new eighteen inch suspension and address and express or mail lo meeting of tho Clio Club on January semester. tho Hon. Franklin D. Roosevelt, Assistant 21. 'Mrs. Rumold, chairman of tho clobo has greatly stimulated Mr.. and Mrs. David Jackson, entertainment givon for tho Red study of Geography in tho S'oVenth Secretary of tho Navy, Care Naval by his mother, Mrs. J. II Observatory, Washington, D. C. Cross Fund, wa3 ablo to report that and Eighth grades. Jackson and sister, Mrs. Orris Moore, Tho Fifth and Sixth grades havo a creditablo sum was turned over Tho Berea Naval Servico girls will motored to Richmond Monday on to a new caos of maps. tho local Society. ho glad to help you and will send husinoss. Preparations aro going forward them Tor you if notified. This is Somo important matters wcro disMr. nnd Mrs. John Mullins loft cussed upon which a voto will bo for tho raising of tho now school your war and my war and It is Wodnesday for Washington, D. C, taken at tho next meeting and an Hag, February 22. our duty to help tho boys win. Aro to visit her brother. Sergeant Lair, interesting program dealing with Miss Dean is still on tho sick list you doing tho best you can for tho wo is stationed Ihcro. somo of tho present-da- yeducators at tho Robinson Hospital. Boys? What havo you dono for tho Nathan Welch has relurnod from was Miss Bowles' Sovcnlh and Eighth Berea Red Cross Chapter? Aro you given. Yqrk City on busi a trip to Now Most delightful refreshments wore grades elected officers, Friday, tho helping tho Borea Naval Servico ness. 25th, for tho remainder of tho year, girls? Havo you boon classified in served. Mrs. Orris Mooro who has had a President, Thclma Peters; Berea's Women's Committee-Counc- il very serious operation, is now able Ethol Wyalt; Secretary, of National Dofenso? Do you know Y. M. C. A. NOTES , to go again. A recont lettor from Elmor Yellon Lucy Englo; Treasuror, Ireno Bauflo; what conservation of food will do? Master Russell Duncan, tho oldest of tho Association at Sovonth and Chorister, Delia Gott Have YOU made any sacrifice 1 son of Mr. nnd Mrs. W. H. Duncan, Tho weather prevented tho usual Walnut, Cinoinnali, 0, slates that All of us can't go to tho front, has recovored from his Illness and Harry L. Nowlin secured work nt nl tendance at Parent-Toaoho- rs' Asmany of us want to go clsowhero Is now ablo to attend school. onco nnd Is vcrv contented. Ho has sociation, Friday aftornoon. A good nnd glvo servico. Many of us havo Roy narrison. Iho son of Mr. and had somo troublo with his right' number was out. notwithstanding. n desiro to DO but haven't put it Mrs. Burt Harrison, is 111. arm which becamo Infoctod, but is "Tho Modern Good Molhor," was tho in ACTION. Havo n William Hanson of tho Slslrunk better. Ho joined tho Association subject of a special papor by Mrs. and find out if you aro doing all wipany of Loxlnglon, was horo Fri- Brotherhood. Doctor Godby. Quito n number sign- you can whoro you aro and through day. It is advlsablo for all young men ed tho constitution at this meeting. your "community. Let's bo a firing J. H. Jackson spent Iho weok end copilng to Cincinnati to call at tho Tho following' Is tho honor roll lino bohlnd our boys wjth his family on Chestnut street. Y. M. C. A. at onco. Thoy havo a for tho fifth month of school: Binoculars and Eyeglasses, havo Tho Ladles' Aid Society of tho First Grade, Moblo Best Rowland you ono ? warm wclcomo and nny porsonal Christian Church mot at th.o nttentlon Is gladly given thorn in Combs, Loola Baker, Georgo RobinChairman, homo of Mrs. J. P. Bicknoll Tuesday Borea Naval Servico Girls. tho way of aiding In securing em- son, Jack Rutherford. afternoon. Second Grades Thurman Todd. ployment. D. W. Jonos of Loxlnglon was In Third Grade. Gladys Popo, Evor-c- lt Best wishes woro extended lo Mr. Tho Dcnarlmcnt of ARrloulluro Is town Monday on business. English, Jr., William Haloy. Taylor, In this letter, In behalf of Balos, Loru urging poultry raising to increase Fifth Grade. Lucllo John A. Wyatt, nftor making an tho appointment that ho recently retho food supply. A bulletin, "nack extended visit with his family on solved lo wprk among tho boys In Combs. Balos, Yard Poultry Keeping," ha.s been Is Seventh Grade. Lonora Center street, relurnd to his work Franco In tho "Y." Ho is duo to sued, and may bo secured without In Cincinnati. , lcavo us March .1, for this difllcuK Ethel Wyatt. Hoalth Is carefully cost by application to tho division Gilbrt Bongo of Dayton, Ohio, was task near tho firing lino. Wo voryj Tho Board of of publications, Dopartmont of Agri visiting friends In Berea at tho first nuoh regret losing him from our guarding tho echool against nny culture smallpox. postiro to work hero at Borea. of tho wook. LOCAL PAGE GOODRICH BOWLIN Miss Mnry K. Bowlin and .loo K. HONOR ROLL ADDITIONS CORRECTIONS Hold Fast to the Dollar. Dean & Stafford REAL ESTATE Best Black$mithing r2HE On tho contrary, if he carries tho money on his person tbara ways is tho temptation to spend. Bank your money witk ua. is on old saying tlint "any fool can make a dollar, There ii ono aura wine man to hold Wham of holding tho dollar, and that ii to bank a man deposits his surplus cash ho is loath to draw it out it takes a it" it al- ' Berea National Bank laws is also remarkable nnd Indicates a willingness on the part of Pronounced Successful by the Stato taxpayers to comply with Just laws nnd equitablo assessments. Tax Commission THE NEW TAX LAWS Incomplote Returns Show Large crease in Revenues, Notwithstanding Lower Tax Rate In- Red Cross appropriations for work in Italy from November 1, lo May I, 1018, total $1,771,090. cr - nn-nr- Ly-ffti- m, i de-m- an is. - 1 oe-ta- , e VJco-Preslde- self-lnvcnt- Tho Stato Tax Commission has published its first report (o tho Gov crnor and Legislature and, although tho comploto returns havo been de layed in somo of tho counties, enough information has been developed lo Indicato tho most satisfactory result to both taxpayers and the M,te revonuos. The increase in the, listing of intangible personal proporty, such as bonds, 'stocks, notes, and accounts, is remarkablo and it is estimated will roaoh tho enormous sum of ocr four hundred million dollars, compared with eighty million last year, dr tay five tlraei at much. increased from Bank deposits eleven millions to about one hundred and eighty millions, or over sixteen times. Increase in assessments of whisky, oil, beer, rare tracks and other items, some of which were never taxed before, will produce additional revenues of over $1,112,000, or ray of the former general property lax from practically new son roes. The total assessment of all prop erly returned by the assessors last year was 1922,450, 181, anVfmin the fluures so far available, this amount will be increased Ibis year to l,ron. nin,000. and possibly $1,700,000,000, whenall the returns are in. The reduction in tho State tax rate from 55 to 40 cents on each $100 will result in a saving to taxpayers, who havo horetoforo made accurato of over $2,000,000, whilo tho increaso in Stato revenue, largely from property not heretofore contributing, will reach over $4,000,000, if the surmise of the Tax Commission is correct. Tho net increase in revenues is estimated at $2,343,000, after allowing for tho loss by decrease in tho tax rate. Tho increases aro mostly in counties in which tho larger cities are situated, ns, for instunce, JeflVrson (Louisville) increased from 612,500,-00- 0 to 5125,000,000; Fayctto (Lexington) increaso over las"t year $10,000,-00- 0 to $15,000,000; Wnrron (Howling Giocn) $7,000,000 to $9,000,000; Henderson (Henderson) $0,000,000 to Daviess (Owcnsboro) to $12,000,000, and others in proportion. This refutes the charge that the cities would profit by the new laws at the expense of the country. Thcro aro two results from tho operation of tho now laws of great significance. First, tho Slato will havo amplo rovenuo to meet Iho current expenses; second, tho new rovenuo will como chiefly from personal properly not hcrotoforo contributing. Tho prompt response to tho new one-fourth s, 00 All wooden Christmas boxes for soldiers of tho expeditionary forces received too Into for shipment will be relumed lo tho sender If return postage is mailed to the superintendent, Hallway Mail Son Ice, Now York, N. Y. WANTED 200 barrels of corn; highest mar-b- et prlco paid. S. L. Halrd, Collego Farm, Ad.-3- 0. Borea, Ivy. FOR SALE . . Five room one-ha- acres; limits. Ad.-2- 9. lf houae awl thirteen mllo Weill of city yKy. W. II. Bowec. BOILLBR AND ENGINE F0R.SALE Having Installed oloclrjo powur in our plant we have for ante ono ?n II. P. portable boiler on skids, in splendid eoalilion. No iwleliBS or Meters. Also one 20 II. P. Center Crank engine wiUi two drive whools. We have been using this maehlnory cp to dale and it is ipj good conSTBPHRNS A. MUNOY, dition. Ad. Heran, Ky. ' FARM FOR SALE 55 arms of limostouo Inud, well fenc-'- d, wntered by springs and ponds. ix room house, barn, crllw, nnd outbuildings. Ideal location two miles west of Boren. Kay tonus if sold at unco. ad.-3- i. W. II. JAMES. Berea, Ky. F. L. MOORE'S Jewelry Store FOR First Class Repairing AND Fine Line of Jewelry MAIN ST. BEREA, KY. If. WIDES the General Dealer, gives notice that Scrap iron and other Junk have advanced la price. WaaUd, U Cars or Mere I Scraa Irea, Heavy Cop par, Light Copper, leavy Red Brats, Heavy Yellow lrats, Light Brasa Ziac, Lead, Beef HUea, Hene I Idas, Peay aaa Colt HUi. Ne. 1 Saeea Skies, Rage, Mo. 1 Rubber, Ne. i Rabber, Aata. Casings. Also buy eggs aad poultry at highest market acieaa. Call mt before selling. Aaa pay lag mere tbaa aay one cite ia Uwa. K ygu east deliver, I wilt eall far your goads. sea aar iosmsw. ky. 1 1 ni FOWLS WANTED! Chicken Day to Farmers Will pay 2)4 under Cincinnati top quotation on all fowl bnogbt On Monday Only of Each Week J. S. GOTT Berea Ad. ot-loc- a Kentucky $100 in Education Equals $1,000 in Land. 0 Jiut.a. .11, ltH. THE PUZZLE (Continued OF ALSACE-LORRAIN- THE CITIZEN E Page Five. The Citizen .A family U, Thtf (In 81a Monti Month m from Newipanrr for all that It right, in s 7.o containing less one) than six Init.and Interfiling thousand square miles. In its geJMiblfVhul jf rr Thurnlajr at florra, Ky. ographical position It Is n part of tho valley of tho Ilhlno nnd lies BEKKA PUBLISHING cu. This is not only n commercial but n patriotic wholly within, It. For tho most part (Ineotpof airdl level, the land slopes from tho motin WM. G. FROST. rd.l f as well. Our Government is makintr strong demands WERTr.NBF.RCrn. M.n.,U Editor tains on tho west, whoso holght is on us to furnish spokes for army use. In order to make Subscription Katet live thousand feel, to tho river along R00(i our contrncts wjn, t,c. Government we call bur l'AtAllt.K IN ADVANCK W,,S,o!fgh 1.(V) Year friead. to do their be.t to get their spoke tiinber to M 3J rag Enlist in the Great Industrial Army and Assist Our Government SMART PEOPLE BUY DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS FROM OWEN McKEE THERE IS A REASON RICHMOND - Tha data after your nam on label ihowa to what data four auhterlptlon la paid, If It la not fhanffrd wltala Uirra weeka after renewal notliy tuppllrd If wa numbera will lw sla-llre notlfWd. Illjerallmaaiiten to an who obtain new ul- acrlpliona rirua. Any one eemlimr us four yearly MiiHtrtpuons can wein me Liuten irea for ono year. AlrrrtJla ra una on application, crnl lUmna. .rjr tif l'nat-m- c OnJar. Draft. It ilitornl or P.iprraa Money lltrr, or on ami two n. Mlln See W. A. Johnson Before the salo and save costs. The pay of enlisted men depends tin llieir grades, ratings, and IciwUi WHITE LIST of service. From Juno 1, 1017, and Glade, No. 6 continuing during tlio term of tlx Adams, Lucy Carter, 1 town lot 9 3.9.1 wnr Ilia pny of enlisted men ns Abrams, William, 1 aero land.. 350 follows: Alexander, Mary, 3 ncrcs land.. 2.3 i Men receiving $30: All privnlo, Atexnnder, .las. W 15 ncs land 353 dm Army entering grade. Asbcrry, J. IU 50 acres land... C.Ct First-cla?.TJMen receiving prl Ambrose, F. Nr, 1 town lot.. .. 3.33 vales, men promoted to art in minor Ambrose, John W. Nr, K town noncommissioned officer Rapacity, lots 5.51 Hen receiving $36' Corporals, sad Ambrose, William J. Nr, 1 aero mechanics, furriers, wagoner". tilers, land ,y 7.05 anil mtmiclnns of third class. A7blll, Amhlin, 1 town lot 1152 Hon receiving $38: All sergeant JJakcr, Mrs. Lueinda, Nr, 20 grades In Ilia lino, which include Second Growth White & Chestnut Oak acres land 2.08 Infantry, Field Artillory, Coast Artll centuries 60.00 Baker, James It, 1 town lot. ... 'fj.71 Franco bcgnnjior career as a na2x2 29 inches long s, My, and Cavalry; cooks, Raker, W. T., 1 aero land 8.02 2x3 16 inches long 3.00 hand corporals, and musi tion earlier than Germany nnd by Tinker, Mltty, 20 acres land.... 2.08 tho fourteenth century Vast longing 16 inches long 2JJx3K 40.00 cians of tho second class. e. Hohon, Mrs. Lou, 1 acre land.. T Tho great Men receiving 811: SergennU of eyes on 50.00 3Kx3K 16 inches long wars of Hie sixteenth century when Ilrown, D. W, 1 aero land.... 12.0(1 tho various corps of tho Engineer, .All spokes must be free from defects, such as worm tlrown, George, Nr, 3 ncrs lnd 853 holes, wind shakes, knots, bird pecks and crooks, and Ordnance, Signal Corps. Quarter Germany was torn by the strugglo split riyrd, Andy. 15 acres land of Protestant with Catholic gavo full o( size specified. 5.03 innstor Corps, and Medical Depart narlon, William E., Nr., 20 ment; band sergeants ami musician France tho desired opportunity nnd under her king Henry II sho secur acres land 2il of the first class. Cain, Mrs. Jim, 3 a'cres land.... 3.03 ed several places in Lorralno which Men receiving 818: Hnllalion nl Carpenter, .Inmes, 20 acres land 3.05 majors, 8(iiadron sorgoatit gave her practical control of it, Carpenter, John. 50 acres land.. 7.32 INCORPORATED majors, srgerant majors (Junior in return for aid to tho Protestants. Pnnl rn Hfrin Cnllt i fJrt grade), gunners, and assistant hand Alsnre was added at tho end of the Berea Kentucky! Gradually the theory grew wars. land 11.08 lenders of tho lino. Chasteen, John IL 1 acre land.. .V Men receiving $51 : Ilegimonlal ser up that tho natural boundary of Frnneo wns not tho mountain range Collins. Anderson, 17 acres of vant majors, rogimontal supply sor but rather was the Rhino SPLIT COUNTRY TO BUY CHEAP 4.0:1 land river, nnd BREAD PRICES MUST gonnls, sergeant majors ( sonior Coylo. Thomas J., ii acres land 13.37 grade), quartermaster sergeants of it was Uie effort of subsequent rul Heney Produces Evidence of e Coylo, Mary E. Jr., Nr., 1 town Ulo Quartermaster Corps, ordnance ers lo mako that boundary real. IU "rc(j Live OlOCK "U"--"'"- " NOT BE INCREASED r ,Q n Louis XIV, tho great monnrch of sarsentil', llrst sergeants, electri Prices Down. ". ''",", M. 0M 1 town lot France, who brought his country 7JW Crus. cian sergeants of tho first elaas, aa- p- Kv- - 1 lown Washington. lot.... 05 Jan. 2.S. Sensational r,ova" stjtnni cnslneera mid Imitation sor to a position in Europe beyoud any OFFICIAL WARNING GIVEN TO disclosures In the fleral trndo com- - Halton, Thomas, 22 ncros land. 9.33 I had held before, established tho majors and battalion supply imnl DAKERS FOLLOWING ISSlANCE InvestlBst'nn of tho parking Dougherty, control in Alsace-LorraiNancy Hrs., 40 sergeants of the Engineers. Industry rnnced fmm efforts to head nnd male the Rhine the eastern OP HOME CARDS FOR 1918. 0.3:? aeros land Man racelving fM: Sergeants, first boundary nf France in its upper 't" ;;,,,e,,co"f ,pac.kInK Evana. Natham. 3 aeres'lnnVl!.". 5.77 eM, of the Mwilcal Department part. The Frenrh language and "'reo. Haltio v 1 l.own lot. .10J rnlhvays. Men roevlnft fTl: Hospital er- the tin Industry, and Sufffolent Profit Being Made Dy Re finally to documentary evidence of an I,!,r,py. Ssnn. 50 ncros Jand.. master engineers of the jun ciiHlnnia were extended over the ireanU, alters, While Cet of Cereals Has agieement of the fbe great packers to I'ethergill, Edwnrd, Nr., 1 town I'iMitry in fare of considerable op ior gratia, nnd etifinet'rs. Net Baen BeottaH .Violations To Be tlfvldo the country Into five districts position, earn rnlury making the 8.C3 REPORTS OF PEACE PROPOSALS let Mm receiving $81: Quartermaster Investigated by State Officials. for buying live stock for tlio purpose. Oabbard. William, 10 ncros Innd 358 SHOULD NOT INDUCE AMERICA pcrfeet. Thus Alsace- aerwaflls of the senior grade of the i.roeess more of limiting competition between them; 0,'bson. J.D. Hrs 2 aeros land 2.31 TO SLACKEN WAR PREPARAQuarUrmaslcr Corps, band loaders, Lorraine became French. Newapapar Union Nawa Servlc ' In Iffio an opportunity enme for Wratarn jnodbev, L. J., 2 town lots 19J(i TIONS. muter signal electricians, master Gerntany to get possession Washington. Hread prices must of Al- - Tint Via ( n r A.1 ImmiitlitA fnVAdtl. HH. Mrs. J. W, town lot In a recent review of military Break With Roumanla. lertrleiatia, niastec engineers of the 1 town lot 559 once more. Now sha, rill,OI1 will folIow operations the Secretary of War attaIUI)t ot ro. Pntrnarrari Tho fSnvHrnmiTnt Crmv Hnloomh. Mrs. Lena. tho senior grade, and master hospitwa not a shadowy empire but, uUcra or bakers to Jump the cost, In miM'oners announce that diplomatic Hawkins, John W., Nr., 18 acres says: al sergeant. Mrowr under the leadership of Prus- - view of tha naw proclamation of Pres-- j relations with Roumanla have beoJi land 3.6', Tlio. various reports of immediate i All onllsled man, while on detached nation on a the noumanian lega- peace proposals by-t- he Germans on duly not in the Meld where there are sta. lit" uerman Kinperor, wii- - worn oIwuson puuiBg uieThis warning ' broken and that noumanian roprosen-- HniHnswortli. tiranville. Nr., i victory bread. Hon ami-al- l tho Ills- - Ht 2.17 seemingly favorsblo terms should 0vn lot no Army quarters available, receive Itanrl. and his Chaiirelor von vam' 1'ood Adnjtnl.tratlon,! utives hare will la sent out of the nnpkins. provoked a war with the John, wV'.Ven. i!')'1the aero land.... i.05 not for a moment indueo us toislack-e- n in addition to their pny $15 par ...ark an I ambitious French monarch. 'V- -, cnrU - lN- r- 30 aCrcs,OI( our preparations for war. It is tho revised tcnnntaoneralv Dmitri Grigorlvltch I,,,,IsoIn' for mSt presenting month to cover tho oxponio of hous 1 poleon nr. Alsaco-Lorrniwas thj rulM or conservation in thu homes.' ,an(1. only necessary for us lo recall that onmmnn.inr nf ti, in,.,. ing nnd also a suitnblo nlownnoe for" 11.99 during tho Christmas senson Inst year of maiiu of the hardest battles Tho prevailing price of bread through- gtnn forcos in Roumanla. has been out- - Johnson, W. Sn 1 town lot subsistence and for boat and light. enter Franco-PrussiWar, and at out tho country is fiom 8 cants to 9 inwed as an enemy of the people Gen- - Johnson. Sam J.. 5 acres land.. 3.93 the Germnns put forth very similar of the An enlist"! man in aelivo service its eloa. tl bally defeated Fronch cants a loaf retail. The Food Admin- - oral Stcherbatcheff for some time has Jones, Mrs. Laura. 1 town lot.. 9.80 peace rumoTs." lins no necossnry personal oxpeneo Istration has been assurod by tho been out of tho good graces of tho Dol- - Jonns, Humphrey, 100 acres land 051 were obliged to pivo it up. cjtcopt for barber nnd lnundry. Uni3 "i COUNTRY BOYS NOT Since thai time il hits been ad bakers and rotailors that theyIsaro niak- shevlki. Itocent dispatches said that K0jy Sam 15 acres land PHYSICALLY on the ho was suspoctpd ot working with tho forms, underclothing, shoes, hats, ing sulllclont profit. This ,r, nVres'lVnVl loa ministered as a territory of tho Oor- - basis of wheat bread, containing moro X.0II; " "i." SUPERIOR TO THOSE LIVING quarters, medinil nttendanee, and Ukrainians and the Roumanians V ?1 town lot oT Empire under the authority of wheat than tho now victory broad calls against tho Itolshevlki. and also thr.t Kmlcklcs. " M., Nr., 3.10 IN CITIES subslsteueo are supplied them at ittn the Emperor lilumulf. for. tho attempt by tho Bolshovlki to ar- - Ikos, J. W, 12 aeros land.... 5.97 According to records of tho se'Government expense. Such nmtor-la- ls 10.10 lf lust as the French had mado It Hut tho Food Administration Insists rost the Roumanian royal family was Lakes, T. JH 1 acre land.v ctivo service, country boys do not as tobacco; postage, confoctlon-nr- y, Lamb, Sylvester, 43 acres land 0.01 show much physical superiority French so tho fiermnns mado it Gor- - that thoro has boon no Increaso In the frustrated by him. anil incidentals of intllvidtiul cost ot tho othor corcals recommended Lain, Mary F, 0 acres land.... 3.71 over thoso of tho man by compelling tho Gorman " cities. For purtaste may bo purchased at tho post language to any jump-by I.ongfellner, Henry, 70 acres be used in the school3, ln victory breadntto warrant With the ,w..a.iorcincn on oiriKC. poses of comparison selection' was In tlin irlnn tMa tlmn Qt cost. exchange 41.-1land'and 1 town lot tho courts, and other places. Tho' traU8UorlaUon 8lUaiion giving hope 600 J?nmade of tho cities of 40,000 to 500,-0employed at Logsdcn. A. D, Nr, 1 town lot.. 2.75 ro8istaneo wns great, and Germany; ot rciief within tho next throo weeks nnd 1,200 population, and a corresponding ' RED CROSS NEWS 1 m wr Lowen Hrs, 1 town lot " "we 5.1C ub in 1K72 compolletl tho population ami a freer moveront of whoat and " set of counties of the samo' total wases. Twcnly-011- 0 American Rctl Cross to decide whether thoy would bo ceroals assured, no Justification can be hl.her Lowcn, Wm., Nr, 0 ncrcs land.. 2.31 size. In tho physical examinations delegates arrived in remote parts of under French or German control. 'und for raising tho prico of the In- Malicnto, Rrack, Nr.", 5 acres 28.17 per cent of tho city boys wore WORLD NEWS 0.38 land Fanro tho day beforo Christmas, At this limo many thousands of dividual loaf, the Food Admin stratum rejected, as against 27.90 per cent of (Continued from Figa One) contends. Violations reported to tho It) begin tho work of aiding 1 town lot 8.03 Moore, Lillle, French peoplo left tho country. Tho fltntn A .1 m tntot m trnsi nf rtttnllnpa tiimn. tho country boys. McClure, Levi N, 1 town lot.... 8.1 i authorities to shelter six hundred present German Chancolor. In bis ,nK tuo coat of tho ,oat wlu be lnve9. many is getting theinFcady for a McQueen, repatriee who aro sent dally to recent address to tho Roichstagg tigatod promptly. Claims of retailers Thomas, 2 ncrcs land 3.95 mass attack on tho American vessels Norville, With tho opening of tho Saintc 0Vs(rojiga proviucos, to bo housed un- said that sixty-olgt- it Chas. D., 20 ncrcs land 4.03 por cent of or bakers that thoy can not produce going to Franco at tho time of tho Parks, Eugenie hospital for tuberculosis I tho o til the German retreat makes 20.42 Chcstor, 1 town lot bread at tho prevailing prices will tho population Is Gorman. German drivo on tho western fron- Parker, Isaac, 40 acres their return lo their homes land.... 6.03 repatries at Lyons, another link is What Is tho solution of this prob- - uo checked up by tho Federal Admin- to tho chain of institutions tier of tho war--. Especial caro will Preston, n. A. 1 town lot A cablegram Just received at lied lem? Gormnny says sho will not 4.90 allied tho American Rd Cross is forging to know at all times tho producing cost uv uikuii iu uijusu auuii uu eiitu i pmvoii r i i ..- -, inn,i Cross National Headquarters, from consider a peace that will glvo up ......... 3.95 i II im U)0 country iiini 11 Ir, t.lln..A.l II... I 11 cuii i. tho TarIoug BecUoM to to Franco her well uu Bur Powell, Dcaton, 1 ncro iivuutcu lu.H II Paris, states that of 1,300 old men. o. land.... 2.88 andreturn from infection. citizens hosriuueu says site ccssfully done. This free 1 12.00 town lot womon nnd children, repatriated must havo it. Ever sinco tho war Pullins, Davo, Plinlfftv ft P. Vn O nrnna tnrifl 7 7 pital was opened in tho presence of daily, hslf find friends or relatives. in which It wns lost, thoro lias been' occrci-r- y uskct iviaKca Announcement Osaki, a liberal leader in tho lower Washington. First am ofllcials of tho Red Cross- - and Rockdoflulto ,'rn' , ",nxv ,n, Tho other half aro quartered in in Pnris n statuo symbolic of Alsace- nounccment Wtt8 mado that Amerlca house of tho Japaneso Parliament a,ier; , lown jM efeller foundation and of tho French 0scar( rural districts. Lorraine, always draped in blnck, would have a half mllll0Il wen ,n i r Government. It i9 designed to care ulb u lulu uh.v until tho o)ening of tho present France early this year. "Wo will havo tho nnamby his country. Ho criti- i Ranusoy, M. D. & Co, 80 acres war 12.02 for patients reaching Franco via land England nnd tho United States three times that many roady to soud "SMTLAGE" BOOKS TO BE ON SALE war. cizes quite sharply tho administra- Rittor, W. T, Nr., 1 ncro Alsaco-Lorrailand.. 2.34 Evinn. say that must bo fceforo 1919." Secretary of War IN NEARLY EVERY CITY Habits. tncs0 tatemoata tion of tho minister Terauchi and Hitter, Tims. V, 0 acres land to Franco to mako good the lon u- - I,ftkr m-- J, AND TOWN It Is astonishingly easier to get Into bofore tho Sonate says that Japan is not fully comI y,tn ne appeared 11.67 and 1 town lot 1870 a bad hnblt than to get out of It. It II "Smllago' books, containing cou- crimo f- of n v w n,it; A,n-- l Military Aflelrs Committee to reply mitted to tho program of democracy Roberts, Susan J. Hrs., 10 acres vi itii u 3 u tjttii like the difference between sliding 4iia to Senator Chamberlain b assertion but is under tho lead of a militarist land pons Root! for admission to theaters 2.41 down a mountain slope nnd climbing , lean troops aro lined up on tho sec- that the War Department had "fallen fnvnpitMinn 'rvlifnla la t rwv n nhwn n.l anil entertainment tents at tho army Roberts, Mrs. Sherman, t aero up It. Therefore, when you mid an ramps, will bo on salo lit nearly tor of tho war frontlor between down." Tho Secretary made flat de- in aiding tho allies. 3.02 undeslrablo habit growing on yon, land Franco and Germany that faces nial that tho military establishment ovory city and town in tho Country Alsaoo-LorraltRobinson, W. G, 1 town lot.... 4.37 climb back, before you have gone dowo ui Will tho United had collapsed, "It would bo a tragic during tho week beginning January too far. Exchuuge. Under tho now food regulations Robinson, H. V Nr, 24 acres tho whol'y unprecedented of- solving of this pur- - ,lllnK States havo tho 28. Swiss peoplo aro allowed only ono-llf- tli ,u. frt WM?W land ra,?rlt "!at -- . U0 zlo? nnd what will it bo? ot a charge," he Bald. A,s the The books, which como in two of a pound of buttor por per- Roso, Picas, Nr, 2 acres land.. 9.07 Arabs Eat Cucumber Rind. r day's explanation of all that the $5.00, aro sizes, to sell at 81.00 and son por month. The cucumber is grown In great 11.99 Itowlett, Sid, 1 aero land done, freely tons 'of shipping capacity aro tary establishment had A traveler lo bo used ns presents to men in tho Samuels. Samira. 150 acres land 81.63 quantities In Palatine. camps. Tlio. coupons which thoy required to transport a- soldier, and confessing faults and imperfections, A llreproof solution for treating Settle Sherman, 15 acres land 17.93 In o vast an undertaking, but main. ,e hTdS eonlnln aro good for any theatrical another ton is necessary for his tabling that out of each deficiency the nlrplano fabrics is a thing wliloh Stownrt, Honsley, 30 acres land 3.69 to school "cvnsUrt- BroUBj,t with them event or entertainment staged tin- equipment. In addition, it takes 60 remoJ hM beon fnundi the Secrolary may bo realized In thojiear future, Stevens. Patlle, 50 acres land.. ea a piece of arley cake and a der tho direction of tho War and pountls of ship capacity a day to o( Wnr disclosed what hitherto has experiments in a privato plant hav-- ! Smith, D. C, Nr, 45 acres land 3.6'J raw cucumber, which they ate. Had keep him supplied with food, cloth- - been guardod as a military secrot, and Ing already developed Navy commission on tralnlng-cnm- p a compara and alL" Short. Annlo E. & Co, 1 town ing, and ammunition. what tho Oennan people little suspect. tively successful solution. aellvitica. 12.72 lot , 1 PAT OP ENLISTED MEN RANGES FROM $30 TO $81 A MONTH - ss thickly populated with nearly two, 0l,r "j!0 . . y of The Standard Wheel Company s in need million people, living on tho small I f farms, or In villages or cities llko one and one-halmillion escort spokes, either oak or luck- Slrnssbtirg with its 150,000 inhabi ory, size 2$ in. x 2 in. x 29 in. long, and five millions of tants. It Is a part of tho German other kinds of spokes. Don't be afraid you will glut the! empire that is rich In resources, market. We want these next six months. agricultural, mineral nnd manufacOur factory will remain at'lkrea so long' as you furnish turing. Especially ImjTorta.nl are (ho deposits of iron nnd coal, which IIIC UllllJCI IU UJJUIitlC Ull. aro not surpassed in Germany. This lllllo' plcco of country has We Offer Following on Spokes always been a ground of coirtcn lion between tho groups of peoplo Delivered at Berea or on L. & N. R. R. between Jellico and Berea living' on cither side or il. In tha olden lime of ll'io Roman Empiro 11 SPLIT HICKORY SPOKES was a part of llio I'rovinco of Gaul Either Red or White Timber which Caesar conquered, and was Frit. r IK' inhnhitcd by Celtic tribes. In tho Inches long, Hickory only, $ 7.00 fourth and fifth centuries 11 was con 14x215 16 Inches long 35.00 ipiered by tho Franks, n branch of 2x3 the Germanic people, nnd mado u 2x3-- 16 inches long ,, 40.00 : part of that great empire over which 10 inches long 3Kx3 50.00 2 x2K 28 inches long, second growth Charlemagne ruled. With tho tie all White Timber 25.00 cline of his empire nnd rise of Feud, 2x2J-- 29 inches long Ked or White alism it became practically Indo 60.00 Timber pendent but owed a nominal alio28 inches long, CO per cent x2 gianco lo tho meJioval empire that AB, 40 per cent CD 12.00 existed as a shadow for so many to-da- Sruio" teriry h'frmer KENTUCKY - - sheriff's land sale for taxes Monday, February l,J fronl, (lItor of 4, 1918 'J SX.TTT V. D. J1ENT0N, Short, Annlo E., 2 town lols....l0J7 Taylor, Enoch, 70 ncrcs land.. 7.32 Mn,,,??n Van Winkle, Joe, i ncrcs land.. 5.30 COLORED LIST Glado No. C Sheriff Madison County, Kentucky the Prices ra - horsn-flwier- Alsace-Lorrain- ' h ser-gon- Standard Wheel Co. - I Flve-Zon- Fr-ne- h ne . w.nr'lf; Hallard, Fred, 1 aero land $ 3.95 Hronaugh, David, 7 acres land.. 5.30 Hronaugh, Nancy J., 10 acres 'nnd 059 nurnam, Julln, 2 acres land.... 5.03 Hurnam, Chns. Sr., I aero land.. 3.95 Hurnam, Chas. Jr, 0 acres land 7.2 Dlythe, Fannio Hrs, 1 ncro land 3.02 Campbell, Fannio E., 1 town lot 3.11 Ct'telcr, Dave, 1 ncro land 6.00 Cornclison, Chris., 12 acres land 5.07 Crigler, MIIllo,2 acres land.... 3.02 Easlcy, Thos, 9 acres land.... 0M Elmore, Irvlpo Hrs., 37 acres land 3.gu Elmore, John Jr., 1 3,57 Francis, Sam, 1 ncro land.... 2.31 Fife, Alex, 2 ncrcs land 5.30 Fife, Jonas, 3 acres land 3.9.) Hockcr, John, I acres land.... 3.15 Hockor, Chas, i ncrcs land.... 933 HiBKins, W. A, 3 ncrcs land..., 4.53 Maupin.nobt.Hrs, it acres land3.09 Martin, Sarah, 2 acres land.... 3.01 Martin, Hen, Nr. 2 acres land. . . . 3.G9 Miller Isaac, 1 aero land 453 Miller, Smith, 5 acres land.... 5.13 Mitchell, Mary, 1 ncro land.... 258 Mornn, Alice, 1 town lot 9.70 Martin. Bessie, 2 acres land...,. 25i I'eylon, Frank, 1 ncro land...'. 3.09 Polard, John, 5 acres land 550 nice. Irvine, 0 acres land....... 6.05 Rice, Mary J. Hrs., 7 acres land 3.69 Shearer, Mrs. Wm, 1 acre land 5.05 Shearer, Heard, 1 acre land.... 550 Shearer, Sam, 2 acres land.... 5.87 Simp.'on, Hrs, 3 acres land.... 3.02 Titus. Myrtle, 1, town lot 4.77 Tribble. Trov. V acres land..,. 550 Vaughn, Eliza, 1 acre land.... 5.03 Wnlkor. Steve, 7 acres land.... 4.05 Walker, Will, 1 aero land....... 3.02 Walker, John, 1 town lot 9.07 Walker, Den, I town lot 3.09 Witmnro. Geo., 3 acres land 459 While, On. SVH 12 acres land.. 9.07 White, Samira, 8 acres land.... 2.3 Walker, Robert, 39 acre3 Iand..43.0 ncro-land- ' 1 -- ne , 1 1 no siM-ri.ntr- imff - an 1 ..',, . 1 - 00 pos-sibl- Atcaco-i.oiT.mi- o" no d c " mill-Fou- - " fl-- W You Can Go To School Thii Winter, If You Think You can Page Six. TIIK CITIZEN January 31, 1118. MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spence, Farm Demonstrator and Special Investigator BOYS AGRICULTURAL CLUB SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE Beret's Vocation! MIV-Aarieu- Uara, HOME DEPARTMENT Conducted by Miss Margaret Dizney, Director of Home MAKE A LITTLE MEAT GO A LONO WAT Use Savory SUws and Msat Pies Do you know how good thoy are ? They may bo so varied that you 3. Tcgstsblss. Carrots, oalons, peas, beans, cabbago, turnips, tomatoes aro good, canned or frosh. Uso ono or moro of theso, as you wish. 4. Parsloy, celery tops, onion tops, seasoning herbs, or chopped sweet peppers add to the flavor, rs may bo used, 5. Many not only meat and vegetables, but also rico or hominy. How to Cook the SUws All kinds of stows aro cooked in just about tho samo way, Horo aro directions which will servo for making almost any kind: Cut tho meat In small pieces and brown with tho onion in tho fat cut from tho meal. Add tho salt and pepper, seasoning vegetables (cnion, celery tops, etc.), E quarts of water, and tho rice, or other cereal, If it is to bo used. Cook for an hour, then add tho YngeUblcti except potatoes. Cook the Maw for hnlf an hour, add tho potatoes cut in quartors, cook for another half an hour, nnd serve. Tho tireless cooker may well bo used, tho meat and tho vegolablcd being put in at tho samo timo. Left-ove- rs or canned Yogclablcs need only to bo heated through. Add them 15 minutes before serving. Dried peas or beans eaoutd be soaked over night and cooked for 3 hours beforo adding to the stew; or, better, cook them over Bight in a tireless cooker. Meat Pies Another good way to urn a HlOe meal. Havo you ever used rice, corn-me- al mush, or hominy for a cruql? This is loss work than u pastry crust nnd saves wheal. I 4 cups cooked corn meal,. rice, or hominy 1 onion 2 cups tomato i H teaspoon pepper 1 tablespoon fat I pound raw meat or left-avmeat cut up small , Vi teaspoon salt. Melt the fat, add tho sliced onion", nnd, if raw meat is used, nd 1 it and stir until tho red color disappears. Add the tomato and scasonlnjr. If cookoj meat is used, ndd it with the tomato nnd seasoning, after the i iiiufi Is browned, and heat through. Orcnso a baking dish, put in a layer of tho cereal, add tho meal and gravy, anil cover with tho cereal dpttcd with fat. Hake for half an hour. Shepherd's Pie This is tho namo of n meat pio crust brownwith a mashcd-polal- o ed in tho oven. Try the recipes in this article and cut down your meat bills. left-oveer HOW I RAISED MY PIQS By Egbert TIE USE OF LIMESTONE DUST ALOlfO THE SIDE OF LIMESTONE PIKES FOR FERTILIZER Schools Through a suggestion of Hon. Bod 1st Door man Wiley, Commissioner of Pub Traiaiag that adds to your mnmtf aaw sag aawar, wMa lie Roads, Frankfort, Kentucky, Central adaeaUe. occurs to mo l':at qtiilo a valuablo r YtWNI Ctaraeatry, BrMlartaf, Mat-lag- , I becamo interested in tho Club amount of limestone dust accumlal Tslaytaaay. GesiswM aa4 through Mr. Spence, our County ing along cither side of limestone TIIM LAIIM Hmm Uimm, Drsssnitt. CnUif, Agent, last year, but did not Join pikes could be advantageously used Nursiafc Meaegraaay aa4 Tjaaailtlag. the Club until this year. by farmers of tho respective sections I joined tho Club becauso by hauling this dust and scattering Door School thought it a great thing, and that samo on tho weak and worn spots 2ml Seaeral Mueatiaa tor Mwat art tor Urwid, sssa Mass! wka by my raising a pig or several pigs, over tho farm. It would assist tho voeatleaal traialac. No suiter what ynut araaaal aaaaiaisaC would bo or sorno help to our counties materially, because in that wa ma put yau with ethers like yeurarif ard aiva eaaaea far Country as well as a help and prollt caso they would throw tho material rapid to me. from tho edga of tho road to tho Through tho instruction given by ditch with tho road grader, tho far Door Mr. Spence, I selected my pig and mcrs could haul it away and not Far taaaa whs art aei asjweUaf ta t ea tmi whe are aat aaiag started with Club rulos and regula only save tho county that expense, thru College tad desiro more general education. It also gives tions. I choso a puro bred 0. L 0. but at tho samo timo add a badly the best general education for thoso who wish a good start in mw which I bred to a puro bred needed fertilizer to their land. This study and expect to carry it on by themselves 0. 1. C. boar. would especially benefit farmers of She had eight pigs of which thoro tho IHuo Grass section, whero all were four boars and four sows and roads are made of ground llmcslono School Door saved sovon of them throe boars rock, and it is a common sight to see Tats rivai Us vast Iraiataf tor Umm wka aaaeet la taaea. and four bows. on cither sido of tho road great beds Courses are sa arrsagni tkat yeuag people aaa taaaa taraajfe lk I raised them up to bo about two of limcstono suawMr aa4 fall aaa aMaai aekaal larauaa Ike viator aaal ear lag, dust carried to tho edges and one-ha- lf months old and then by wind and rain, and which aro thus earatas atoaey ta keep rifki ea hi tksir eeuree af atuay. took two boars and two sows out of no value or aid in the rcconslruc Read Dinsmore's (real book, "How to Teach a District School." to the Berea Fair and took five linn or repairing of the roads. straight blues over flno breeds of Therefore, I earnestly urge County Door Academy Coarse hogs, first, for tho best boar pig of Road Engineers to givo this sugges Tkls is the strsJfkl read to Pilate asat traJaiaf la Matksssatlee. any breed. tion tho consideration it so richly Selene. Laagusges, History ma4 al araaaratary sokjseta. The Second, for tho best O. I. C. pig deserves, and to coopcrato with tho Academy is bow Berea's I arrest ttaaartaseat. of nny sex. Third, for tho best O.I.C. farmers in their respective section, pure breed boar. Fourth, for tho looking toward the economic sido CoDef e best sow pig of any breed or ago, of the matter, in so far as relates Ctk Door anl also for the best pig of any to the country as well as to the Tale is taa erewa af tke wkete iaaMluliaa, aasl aravtaas stiaasrd breed or sox which gavo mo flvo many advantages which will accrue eaursaa ia all aavaasaa fuajaeta. straight blues. A Teaiparary Balsa la Basra1 ks forced by war conditio. To tke as n result of the using of the waste. I sold ono of the boars on tho The hue an cry has gono up all regular price of board as advartiaaa in the catalog will be added this ground for $10.00 which was taken over the country io conservo all year, for young ladies, tea seats a week, and for young saea, tweaty out of the pen after the show. classes and kinds of tho commodi ceats. I was ofTcred $15.00 each for tho This adds 3.60 to the year's expenses for girls, ass 17 far keys ties, therefore, tho more productive sows hut I did not want to dispose the soil, tho greater tho output, and but still leaves the cost half that at olhor schools and "cheaper thaa of them. and tho abovo suggestion is offered slaying at home." I then brought them homo and PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADYANC8, iaeiaaatal fee aaal rasa rami when they wero threo months old, by tho term, hoard by the half term. Installments ars as follows: MORE SHEEP MORE WOOL I disposed of tho runt pig out of Realizing the great shortago of WINTER TERM the four sows for which I received sheep, not only in Kentucky, but Expeasas fer Bays $13.00 and was ofTcred $17.50 each mcnca, and further acknowlcdg VOCATIONAL AND ACADKUV for tho remainder. ing tho imperative need and crying SCHOOLS FOUNDATION AND NORMAL COLLEOK Now I will explain to you how demand for a greatly increased 9 5.00 Incidental Fco $ 0.00 I 7.00 theso pigs wero cared for. supply of meat, wool and hides, es Room COO 7.20 750 I fed their mother about two pecially during the existing condi 10.20 1050 1050 oars of corn threo times a day and a tions which now cover tho cntiro Board, G weeks 24.40 23.10 Amount duo Jan. 2, 1018 .... 21.20 little slop until the pigs wero old world, a call is hereby mado to tho 1050 1050 Board 0 weeks, duo Feb. 13... 10.20 enough to crack corn. farmers and others interested in tho '33.00 '31.40 Total for Term '3140 Then tho mother's feed was in- SHEEP INDUSTRY in this State to Expenses for Girls creased to ono car more corn each meet at the Pheonix Hotel, Lexing. IXAI 4 d.UU b.w Incidental Fco feed until tho pigs wero olght ton, Tuesday, January 29th, 1918, at Room COO 7.2 weoks old, then I began feeding ty o'clock for the purpose 9M 900 9.0 gallons of defining tho necessary action to- Board, 6 weeks them about one and one-ha- lf 23.80 Amount duo Jan. 2, 1918.... 20.00 280 of buttermilk once a day with one ward tho increased production of 9.60 9.00 9.60 Board 6 weeks, due Feb. ear of corn more each feed to pre sheep and wool in this Slate and to 32.40- - . 33.40 30.20 Total for Term pare them for tho ucrea rair at formulate plans to further protect which I exhibited. This does not include' the dollar deposit nor money for cooks or and stimulate this great industry. After tho Fair I brought them THIS MEANS YOUI Come if you laundry. homo an1 turned Incm out in a aro interested. EVERYBODY IN Special Expenses in Addition to Iicideaul Fee Business pasture field where the grass was VITED. Fall Wintrr String short, and let them graze thcro uu-t- i' Dr. Richard Stevenson, 110-0- 0 91UO0 iro they .wero about threo and one-hn- lf President, Kentucky Sheep Breed- Stenography and Typewriting Bookkeeping (brief course) 1040 1240 0 months old. ers' Association, Lexington, Ky. Bookkeeping (regular eaurse) 7.00 6.00 Then I took them up and began Mat S. Cohen Business course for students to feed wheat bran and let them Agriculture. Commissioner of la other departments run on a new piece of clover for VjOO 10JW1 Stenography 7.80 twenty days. about Typew tiling, with one hour's Christmas mail this year was 23 I began to feed them all tho corn use of instrument COO 7 DO 6.00 they could eat threo times a day per cent heavier than ever before, Com. Law, Com. Geog, Com. according to the Post Office Departup lojho present lime. 1JB0 Arilh, or Peamanshlp, each 1.50 110 So I have told you how I raised ment. Tho congestion was less, howmy pips. You try it; it will work ever, because tho packages wero In no case will special Business Fees exceed 115.00 per term. every timo I mailed earlier than in former years young man or young woman caa get an education Any at Berea if there is the will to do sa If it is impossiblo for any young man or young woman to bo KEEP YOUR LIBERTY BOND When the Government bonds went in school tho full year, by all means they should enter for a courso dur Liborty Bond is a govern- below par thcro was always just The , ing tho winter and spring terms. ment bonil-r- Qs good a bond as tho ono reason. Someone needed money The public schools will close about Christmas and tho leachors government has over issued. Just quickly. In order to get it bondJ wero OfTcred on tho market for and advanced pupils should not be idle through tho Ions winter as safo. Just as reliable. Whatever prico thoy would brins. months but should bo studying in Berea where tho best education can Don't forget this. This happened usually in tight J;e gotten for loast money, N'T Wat in a" its history money periods With normal condi government'Las never defaulted ono Applicants mast kring or send a testimonial showing that they art val of its bonds. There is no better tions they went back lo normal abeve 15 years old, in goo health and of good character. This may hi , security on earth. It is as good as a ues. signed by some former Berea student in good standing or some relisbli Loss is impossible upon a govern- teacher or neighbor. The use of to bacco is strictly forbidden. greenback, so far as its safety is Back of ment bond investment. concerned. For Information or friendly advico write to the Secretary, It pays you four percent interest theso bonds are .all tho wealth of as you can tho Nation, something more than annually, just !9 much MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Ky. thjs 250,000,000,000. Every frr your greenback at any sav- wealth can bo taxed. ',y dollar of tho Governings bank. And its face valuo will ment for tho redemption of its No. 1 pacEIng stock Stc, No. 2 32c. COc, Know What Ceode 1st never shrink. Kees l'rirao firsts Glc, flrsts When uext tho reader goes on a trip ordinary firsts 47c, seconds 44c. There havd been times When bonds. So long as thcro is a United Stales Llvo Poultry Broilers, undor 2 lbs, In the mountains It will be well for government bonds went below" pat invest- - 27c; fryers, 2 lbs and over, 27c; roasU him to keep a hharp lookout. Perhaps will as n recent months LiDcrlv itsi bonds 11. t bo I I.tho best lust ....!.. I nn Ing chickens, 4 lbs and over, 27c: ho inuy discover a guodc. Probably Bonds havo sold below par. But iiiui.Ki. fowls, 5 lbs and over, 26c; 3 ',4 lbs and he does not know how a geodo should no other has such security ovor, 24c; undor Z lbs, 24c; roost- look, but It ho vlmnces upon one ho thcro was never any valid reason rich; f Hs bonds. 'ilk ers, 19c. why thoy should havo done so. will Immediately recognise It. For a Live Stock. Don't sell your Liberty Bonds. geodo Is one of tho most wonderful Anl they never stayed thcro s Shippers I10Q12.50; butch- things In nature, Buys a writer. In 1 Cattle ou ,wil1 bo reworded ory long at a timo. eoJ er steers, extra J11012", good to choice tho beginning It was nothing more Iavin tho prico equal and Sineo tho War of 1812 thero has 110lu.50, common to fair J70S.5O; bolters, extra $10.25011.25, good to than n cuvlty In a rock. Then water of United States coed what you pay for them, been an issue to fair trickled Into tho cavity, leaving a dechoice 19.5O0HO, common to go abovo par. bonds that faih-C1NCINNAT1 markets. $709; cows, oxtra $9010, good to posit containing many chemical eleSomo dropped below for a timo but choice $88.75, common to fair $6.50 ments, These elements In tho courso Flour, Hay and Grain. etpekers and of timo beenme crystals, und If they thoy always rose aeain. Flour Winter patents iU.70, winter 07.50; cannors $606.50, Fivo percent bonds 'duo in 1805 fancy $10.20, do family J 9.70, do extras reoders $009.50. contained the necessary Ingredients heavy shippers tho crystals evolved Into gems. SupHogs Selocted ..., lew grade SS.20, bard patents sold at 127 "in 1803. $15.50, good to choice packors and pose for a moment thut oxldu of Six percent bonds duo in 1881 H 1.25 ip 11.75.1 and mixed. Hay No. timothy S32032.5O, No. 2 butchers $15.50, medium common to became mixed with tho crysstags $15.50, sold at 123 in 1873. ,31.50032, No. 3 $3031.50, No. 1 clo- cliolco heavy fat$10013, light tals. Then they would turn to sows Four porcent bonds duo in 1907 ver mixed 31.5032. No. 2 3131.50, shippers $15.25015.50, $10014.50, lbs of a hue and beauty quite past pigs (110 No. 1 clover 3u 31.60. sold at 130 in 1889. description. It Is tho Interior of a and less) $11015. Oats Now No. 2 wblto 88c, stand Another four porcent lsuo duo In geodo that Is priceless. Some liuvo trd whlto S7Vic, No. 3 wblto 8CH087c. 1925 sold nt 139 In 1901. been found In which n small amount of No. 2 mixed 85ViO80V4c, No. 3 mixed Dally Thought water still remained In their center, Two percent bonds duo in 1930 l'atlenco mid a mulberry leaf will confined there for thousands, perhaps went to $109. Butter, Eggs and Poultry. tnulto a silk ;ovn. A Chlueso millions, of years. Hy turning them An l tho day is cominir when these Nutter Wholo milk creamery extras this way and that, tho water could bo will sell abovo par. 53c, centralized creamery extras 5014c, Liberty Bonds plainly seen to move. y 45c, . fp QUti 48 tec. grcond-4- 6 Andenon ran havo a different ono ovory day in tho week, and all of them delicious. It needs only a small ploco of meat to givo flavor to a hearty dish. Don't think that you must eat a lot of meal to bo strong. Meat is good to help build up tho body, but so aro many othor foods. In theso dishes part or your building material comes from the more expensive meat and part from tho cheaper peas, beans, hominy, and barley. Tim littlo meat with tho vegetables and cereals will givo your body what it needs. Savory Stews Try them. Thoy can bo a wholo meal and a nutritious ono. Thoso recipes servo llvo people. Hero is an Kntflisli Blew that is especially good; Hot Pot of Mutton and Barley 1 pound mutton H cup pearled barley I tablespoon salt 4 potatoes 3 onions Celery tops or other seasoning herbs. Cut tho mutton in small pieces. and brown with the onion in fat cut from tho meal. This will help mako Galley a, Marler, tho meat tender and improvos tho flavor. Pour this into a covered saucepan. Add 2 quarts water and tho barloy. Simmer for iVi hours. Then add tho potatoes cut in quar ters, seasoning herbs tnd seasoning, hour longer. and cook one-ha- lf Beet Stew 1 pound beet 4 potatoes cut in quarters ! peck peas or 1 can 1 cup carrots cut up small 1 teaspoon salt. Cut tho meat in small pieces and brown in tho fat from tho meat. Simmer in 2 quarts of water for 1 hour. Add tho peas and carrots and cook for Vi hour, then add tho pota toes. If canned pcaa. aro usoJ, add them 10 minutes beforo sorving. Servo when potatoes aro dono. Different Slews Hero is tho way you can cliungu tho stews (o mako them d liferent and to suit tho season: 1. The Meat. This may bo any kind and moro or less than a pound may bo used. Uso the cheap cuts, tho Hank, rump, neck, or brisket. I'lio long, slow cooking makes them tender. Oamo and poultry aro good. 2. Potatoes and Barley may bo used, or barloy alone, or rice, hominy, or macaroni. SUGGESTS STRONG WAY TO HANDLE RED CROSS LIES m Berea's Fouoitkm am 3rd Btrea'sEiflisk Acadeay Cowse 4tk Berea's NtrsMl " 5th Berea's Preparatory Berea m Jt ' one-thir- 14-0- l Newspaper Prints Statement Exploding Harmful Rumors and Offering Reward for Proof of Graft Charaes Red Cross for months by fools. "Every artiolo mado by tho Red Cross goes to tho purposo for which it was intended. "Every dollar you givo to tho lied Cross goo into tho great humanitarian task that faces tho able-bodi- ed cl .i.u. '" ox-ne- inuu-gune- amo-thys- ts "Stories of graft and dishonesty In Malicious misstatements about tho havo been connection with tho Red Cross aro passed from mouth to mouth in "os- "And tho Star knows thoy aro every community. Somo chapters' by offering rewards for proof of surli Hc-s"That is why tho Star today of- derogatory statements havo partially succeeded in scotching tho snake. fTcd $500 to nny ono who can prove Others havo sought to check mud a singlo caso or graft, or dishonesty tho Red Cross, slinging by publications of refulu- "Dozens of theso stories havo lions mndo bv national nnd dlvlsini hendquarlcrs. Still, no day is com- been traced down by Red Cross themselves. plete at division headquarters un"Every single slory has proven less a letter telling of somo false-- 1 fnlsol hood is received. n llic traitors ami ioois Tho Senlllo (Wa.) Star In a recent carry on tho Red Cross Ilea. Issuo mado ono of tho strongest w stntenients on the subled of lied "1110.1)0X1111110 nny ono irioswiou Cross lio lo you, Just tell that called " Cross "lies" that has yet to tho nllcntlon of tho Lako Divls- - Prson to provo It lo tho Star and ion. For this reason tho entire KL't ?r'n, printed horowlthj is blntement Value of Fresh A!r. as n suggestion to Lako Division A few yeurs ngn ten luillua chiefs chapters for action and for public camu to Hampton Institute In Virginia, ity purposes when next thoy aro whero so many Indian young people troublo-by harmful and traitorous are educuted. Tho principal chief mnde rumors: a speech beforo tho Institute, tho bur"Tho Star today ofTnrs $300 lo nail den of which was the euro tho government was bectowing uion the young; lied Cross lie1 circulatol by with narktraitors and in souk crmh Indians. "Ilut," ho suld, want you to ed cmphobls, "wo do not by just plain fools. cducnto our boys und girls In these "You'vo heard tho Ho about the buildings. Educate them out of doors, logger, who was supposed lo havo In tho fresh nlr. You tench them here written "nn old lady tolling her ho in nny good things, preparing them for hn l bought tho socks sho made far useful lives; but they como homo nnd dlo of tuberculosis, aivo them fresh soldiers. right, absolutely. "You've heard tho Ho about tho nlr." Anil he was wild tribes, even All travelers among supRed Cross speakers who wera In tho Arctic regions, testify to the posed to bo getting rich from U.'d fact thut pneumonia Is almnxt unCross receipts. known among such peoples. When will "You've Imard tho Ilo which wo lenrn the Importance of rendering tried to brand ovory worker In tho our systems Immune to these germs, of lungs filled with pure alrt Ilo I Cross as a war grafter. Iawi'insif, our .l..MtnM IITAM11 A UUU1B UUIIIIK "v tMllMva -om'vo heard ho In that the wo- - Dlt't'Il UUI Ui ,f mon nn a lam tho colder men in Iho booths, taking mombor- - gcnW)ri8 mva y0Ur sleeping rooms filled ships, got a commission. with fresh nlr. If you desire to enjoy lies,' health and efficiency. Hunters end "All thoso stories aro lies trappers will wade In water nil day orielnnted by traitors. nKh ,nl,hel,r1 wp' "Hut they aro carried sometime Bml "M ' mcnts nnd yet not catch cold. Dr. W. n. Vail, In The Christian Herald. . als b-- en pro-Germ- an I f Time is Your Fortune Don't Waste it ! January 31, 1018. """""'" HANDICRAFT ij I , Page Seven. SUNDAY SCHOOL LesMft 6. First Quarter, February 10, 1918. MUST FIGHT TO i; ',' J J MAKING GOOD CITIZENS URGED TO SLAY I i FOR BOYS NKKLY HALL Author of "Th, H.ndr B, Th, Bey Bare." By A. THE FINAL END" National Security League Would Revo- lutlonlte Clvle Education. i AND SPARE NOT Impressed by a surprising lack of Saye Samuel Compere, Leader ef individual responsibility In the govern- American Labor, In Artlele Writ stent among citizens in all parts of the German Soldiers Incited to Acts (Copyright, by A. Neely Hall.) THE INTERNATIONAL SERIES country, which baa been startllngly tan For National Security of Cruelty by General Von JUMP STANDARDS. demonstrated by the nation-widcam League. Bissing, palgn of Patriotism Through Education Text f the Lesson, Mark 3i7- - Mem-cr- y Two poles six or eaven feet In which it la conducting, the National By 8AMUEL QOMPERS, Verte, Matt 16:24 Golden length are necessary for the uprights. President ef the American Federation Security League Is taking steps which 'EMANATION Clothea polca will do nicely, and likely Text, Mar 3:14 Commentary OF HIGH KULTUtV d It hopes will ultimately lead to the rev ef Labor. you can borrow a pair, aa they are otuttonlzlng and vitalizing of the en by Rev. D. M. Steam. There cannot be tire civic teaching In the schools of the not to be damaged In the least, and any peace until the United States. This question waa one Governor General ef Belgium en RecBecause of tho multitude)) who fol- can be slipped out of their baaea In an people of the world of the principal matters considered at Two ord as Declaring the Innocent Must lowed Christ pressing upon lilm for Instant, for use on washday. wtio love peace, the recent conference of educators held amall bozoa are needed for the base. Suffer With the Guilty Irvln (guerrillas) thnt the frnncs-tlreur- s healing, he withdrew himself, with his who love liberty, under the auspices of the League nt the Fig. 3 ahowa were everywhere present doing their Cobb's Tale of Horrors. disciples to tho sen and naked for n ard, and Figs. 4 one completed standand who love peace Bar Association In New York recently and 6 how the inside deadly work In secrecy or under the boat that he might Rcpnrntc n little of the box baaea era prepared to aup- and liberty more Carrying out the concensus of opinion cover of darkness ; thnt women and from the crowd who thronged him. than their own of the leading thinkers of the country The horrors deliberately and even children were mutltnttng and killlives, are assured who attended this conference, the SeLater ho went out Into n mountain to upon the people ing the wounded or helpless prisoners. inflicted that novcr again curlty league has laid before the prln of Belgium by the German soldiers, pray and continued all night In prnypr Extract from n letter written by a shall It bo possible clpat educational Institutions of tho to God. Ma word often come to under the orders of their command' Germnn soldier to his brother. (This Oermany or country a plan for tho creation of for letter, now In the possession of fbe mind as wo go with him from day to Austria, or any oth- National Civic Education Faculty for ing officers, are shown in all their day and mcdltntc upon hi ward and hldeoUSnCSS er country, for that the consideration of this problem. by OftCUll documents P(l for lM- - rmmnhlet from Mr. J. n. work, "The living Father hnth Rent matter, to make The League's Idea Is embodied In the and the testimony of Grew, formerly Becrctnry to tho United me, nnd I live by tho Father" (John such a bloody war following letter, which has been sent as well as by letters written by Oer- - States embassy nt Berlin.) Although on onrth In the midst 0:57). upon the freedom by it to the heads of the prtnclpsl unl "November 4, 1014. mon soldiers tn the field. The bra of such adverse clrcumstnnccs, hi Samuel Compere. of th" People. To versifies and colleges of the country, "The battles are everywhere exheart wrh In henven. He lived there me It Is a subject educational foundations and atate edu zen effort of Emperor IFt'Hiarn to tremely tennclous nnd bloody. The more than on earth, and spoke of of much obscurity how It Is physically cation departmcnta: cast the odium of the fearful deeds Englishmen wc hate most and wo want or mentally posslblo for any man who himself oh "Tho Son of Man who la "In response to an invitation Issued on the Belgians is also shown. Quo to get even with them for once. While loves liberty, who U a native or a by the National Security League, dele In Heaven" (John .1:13). When wc naturalized citizen of the United gates from eighteen Important col tations given are from documents one now nnd then sees French prisonlenrn In somo measure his secret we ers, one hnrdly ever beholds French States, to m.tko even the slightest leges, universities and other educa already made public or in the will be overcomes ns never before. black troops or Englishmen. These As thoso who are risen with Christ, anlfestatlon of objection to the prose- tlonal foundations recently met at the of the government at Wash good people nre not overlooked by our cution of this war to the final end. whose life Is hid with Christ In flod. Association of the Dar In New York ington. Infnntrymen; that sort of people is I grieve that many of our poor boy It Is our privilege to set our affection City The meeting waa called by the This Interview was reproduced tn mowed down without mercy. The may fall, and Ood grant that but few League because three yeara of experi on thing above, nnd see thing from the Berliner Tagcblatt of November losses of the Englishmen must be enorhla point of view. shall fall or be hurt, but we ahould ence have convinced us that a work of 20, 1014 . mous. There Is n desire to wipe them think back to our distant ancostora vital Importanoe can be done for After hla night of communion with Mr. F. O. Wnlcott of tho Belgian re out, root and nil." who fought In the Revolution to estab- America and for tho cause of free gov hla Father, he called unto him whom Urged to Kill Without Pity. lish this republic and glvo to the ernment everywhere If the great edu lief commission tells In the Geograph he would, nnd they enme to him Magazlno for May, 1017, of meet 1.1). We mint ahvnys think of the world not only a new nation, but a catlonal forces of the nation can be ical Extract from another letter to a ing Gen von Bernhardt : new meaning to the rlghta of man. Do brought to bear upon certain definite other, Son nnd Holy Spirit ns being brother: "As I walked out, Gen. von Bern Schlcswlg. 25. 8 14 (Aug. 23, 1014). we begrudge the sacrifice of any man problems which can be evolved only of one mind nnd working together In who gave his life In order that that by national and International thinking. hardt came Into the room, an expert perfect accord, as when they snlil, "Let "Dear Brother, . . . You will artilleryman, a professor in one of shortly go to Brussels with your regiport the uprlghta. The upper end of great privilege ahould be established T um mnke man In our linage;" "Let u System Haa Failed, their war colleges. I met htm the ment, as you know. Take core to proa clotbeapole baa a right-anglgo down ;" "Who will go for u7" (Oen. notch Who among our men, who among our "Our educatora have been Intent next morning, and he asked me if I tect yourself against theso civilians, 1 :20; 11 :7; Isn. fl:R) If we ore will. cut In It for the clothesline to fit In women, regreta even the sacrifices Thla notched end of the pole la used that were made during our Civil War upon local or upon strictly technical hnd read his book, 'Germany in the especially In tho villages. Do not let Ing. to be wholly for Ood, nnyone come too near. They are very his. the blesed Trinity will for the base end of the Jump stand to abolish human slavery and to main- problems of education. No consider Next War. "I said I had. ne said: Do yon clever, cunning, fellows, theso Bellive In n nnd work out their purpose ard, and flta over a cross atrip A (Fig tain the Union? Who regreta the sac- able body of them has been charged through us (Jol-i- i 14:17.23; I'hll. 2:18. 4), fastened between the nldea of the rifices that were made to rescue Cuba with the duty of thinking upon the know, my friends nearly ran me out gians; even the women and children He cntled tliene men to him that box, in the center of the bottom. Cut from the domination of Spain and educational problems which are dls of the country for that?1 They said, nre nrmcd nnd fire their guns. Never they might be with him, nnd that he a pair of sticks to fit lengthwise be make her an Independent republic? tlnctly national or upon those, every You have let the cat out ot the bag.1 go inside a house, especially alone. might send them forth (r. 14). He tween the end of the box (D, Fir. 6) Why, all hearta throb and our whole day more apparent, which may be I said, 'No, I have not, because nobody If you take anything to drink make reminded them, on the Inst night that and fasten them Just far enough apart belnga thrill when we can trace one called International. Our decentralized will believe it.' What did you think the inhabitants' drink first, and keep at of ho was with them ere he was cruci- to permit the clotheapole to slip down who gave aome contributory effort or system, admirable In many regard a distance from them. The newspa"I said, General, I did not bellevo a pers relate numerous cases In which fied, thnt he hnd chosen them nnd or between them. Then cut the pair of sacrifice In order that these great nas rauea seriously to nuncK me dained them thnt they should bear atlcka C of the aame length aa atlck A achievements ahould lie as the suc greatest aide of public education, the word of it when I read It, but I now they have fired on our soldiers whilst abiding fruit, nnd to that end nsk of cross them over the pair of atlcka D cesses of our country. And so wonder relation of the Individual to the na feel that you did not tell the whole they were drinking. You soldiers must to the nations. truth;' and the old general looked spread around so much fenr of yourthe Father In his nnme, on hi busi- and fasten botween the box aldea with rui as are tne achievements or our tlon.-an- d "After a discussion or various as actually pleased." selves that no civilian will venture ness, whatever they desired. Hut he Just enough apace left between to great Revolution, the tremendous ad vance to maintain the Union and abol pacts of the problem how to preserve Speaking on August 29, 1014, at to come near you. Remain always in warned them that they would be hated system of education Munster, of the extreme measures the company of others. I hope that our decentralized Ish human slavery, the Independence nnd cwn killed for his sake (John of Cuba, all of them, great and glo and yet fnce these questions, the dele which the Germans felt obliged to take you have rend the newspapers and thnt He nlso said 15:18. 20. 21; 10:2-4)- . you know how to behave. Above nil rlous as they nre, today the time and gates by unanimous consent Instructed against the civil population of Bel that of the twelve whom he hnd chosen the opportunity menn the overthrow the officers of the National Security gium, Gen. von Bissing said: have no compassion for these cutone wna n devil (John 0:70, 71), nnd ' Toryism the world over and the ea League to request certain of our great "The innocent must suffer with tho throats. Make for them without pity the fntl why nnd wherefore of this ta'rilahment of universal democracy colleges and universities to consider guilty. of your rtfle nnd the we may not perhops understand nt In the repression of with the butt-en- d among all peoples on the face of the the question of delegating for a year, Infamy, human lives cannot be spared, bayonet. ... present, but we must rest nssured with full salary, one of their ablest nnd If isolated houses, flourishing vil eartn. "Your brother, WHAL" thnt "Ay for Ood Ids wny I perfect" professors to Join with those from lages, and even entire towns nre anni(I'x. 18:30). We saw In n previous The emperor gave hla sanction to other Institutions in a systematic study hilated, that Is assuredly regrettable, tho reports of the brutal acts of tho lesson that to be a true disciple wo CAMP WAR TALKS o' this problem. There Is a pressing but It must not excite senti Belgians In n telegram to President innst first be redeemed, now the Lord need for this work, and It merits the mentality. All this must nor-- In our Wilson. Jesus knew that Judns Incarlot wns best efforts of all Institutions estab eyes weigh ns much ns the life of a "Berlin, via Copenhagen, Sept 7, 1014. not reheiiied, nnd never In any wny National Security League Speakera to lished to foster education for a free single one of our brave soldiers the pointed him out until thnt Inst night Instruct Boys In Training. '"I feel It my duty, Mr. President, people. rigorous accomplishment of duty Is the to Inform you as the most prominent that he was such n bad man. So we was also tho unanimous opinion emanation of a high kultur, and tn must wait for further light upon this representative of principles of humanThe message of the underlying of "It delegates the that the problem of Inenemy ity, that nfter taking the French fortperplexity. Some of the others were a causae of the war and the necessity terpreting the meaning of the war to thnt, the population of the n lesson from our ress of Longwy, my troops discovered erpleilng problem nlso for, he sntd countries can learn for Its aggressive and efllclent prose' the American people Is one demanding army." on thnt last night to one of them, rV Sw there thousands of dumdum cartridges the constant labor of able leaders of cutlon will be carried to tne men who "Have I been so long time with you made by special government machinOfficers Encouraged Atrocities. thought and one In which all educannd yet hnst thou not known me will follow the Stars and Stripes Into ery. The same kind of ammunition Gen. von Bissing, nfter his appoint are vitally Inter PhtllpT" None of them wemed to un the trenches by the National Security tional Institutions lines of activity ment as governor general of Belgium, wns found on killed and wounded ested. These two derstand him, and not one of them nlso on the Brittroops nnd League, In a new division of Its great seemed to the members of the confer repeated-Isubstnnco tho above opin ish troops. prisoners, believed that ho would die nnd rise 3 You know what terrible campaign of Patriotism Through Edu ence ample Justification for requesting ion to a Dutch Journalist. The inter again thnuch he repeatedly told them bullets incation now being conducted through- the donation of Intellectual leadership view Is published In the Dusseldorfer wounds and suffering thesestrictly forhe would (John 14:0; 20:9; Mntt. 10:0. flict nnd thnt their use Is allow for the width of the clotbeapole from the great educational establish' Anzelger of December 8, 1014. country. out the The League will 11). Vet he cnt them forth to preach, bidden by the established rules of InIrvln S. Cobb states his conclusions and gnve them power to heal sick upright. send solected men from Its list of vol- ments of our country. The problems law. It la not necessary to mark the great, but the problems on the responsibility of tho higher Ger- ternationalprotest I therefore address of tho war are nesses, nad to cust ont demons (vs, to you ngalnst this n solemn upon the up- - unteer speakera to give the men at of the coming days of peace will be no man command for the atrocities : 14:15). When he sent the seventy he neigui meaaurementa kind of warfare, which, owing to the the various training camps and who less so, and the educators of the coun rnvo them similar power and author rigbta. You can have an additional 'But I was an eyewitness to crimes methods of our adversaries, has beity, and they returned rejoicing In nil pole bo marked, for the purpose of ad are going to the front a thorougn un- try should form their plan of campaign which, measured by the standards of come one of the most barbarous known humanity and civilization, Impressed In history. Not only have they emthnt he had dono through them, nnd Justing tho croaa bar or rope to derstanding and complete knowledge with the least possible delay. me as worse than any Individual ex ployed these atrocious weapons, but thnt even demons were subject to them heights desired. Still, it simplifies of why they are asked to aerve their "Public Service." through his nnme. nc told them thnt matters to have the polea graduated country, even at the sacrifice of their "This la a public service so great cess, any Individual outrage, could the Belgian government has openly enRule the "foot" divisions across one It was a greater cause of rejoicing to and so Important aa to require the ever have been or can ever be; be- couraged and long since carefully pre"half-footdivisions lives. know that their names were written face and edge, the body of cause these crimes Indubitably wero pared the participation of the Belgian whole and attention acroaa the faco, and the "Inch" dlvla The Security League speakera will our time educatora, and of a In henven (Luke 10:17-20)- . Compare The we ask you instigated on a wholesale basis by or civil population In the fighting. ablest half-walona across the face. Mark appear under the ausplcea of the War ITiII. 4S, and see Itev. 20:15. Though to do your part. We should be glad to der of officers of rank, and must have atrocities committed even by women the "foot" divisions "1," "2," "3," etc. Camp Community personal nnd priests in this guerrilla warfare, mere way do now, protinbly nre. Recreation Fund, of In any way, our dole aim been carried out under their The adjustable aup porta for the which John N. Willys Is chairman. nmonjc thoso who profess to be his. being the accomplishment of the supervision, direction, nnd approval. nlso on wounded soldiers, medical staff croaa bar or rope are made of tin The "Taking tho physical evidence offer and nurses, doctors killed, hospitals many who are not hi nt all, let ench details are now being worked out and wood (Figs. 6 and 7). To make by the managers of the League and work." ed before our own eyes, nnd buttressone for himself nnd herself make sure attacked by rifle fire, were such that wedge-shapeblocka D and E first the Recreation Fund, and It la expecting It with the statements made to us, my generals finally were compelled to of really receiving Christ, and then, the whnterer mny be tho cost or the sncrl cut a block of wood about 3 lnchea ed that a complete schedule will be ar- has undertaken the responsibility of not only by natives, but German sol- tnke the most drastic measures In orflee, determine to be ever, only, all for ranged, which will Include a aertea of providing diversion for the men in diers nnd German officers, we could der to punish tho guilty nnd to frightreach but one conclusion, which was en the bloodthirsty population from mectlnga extending over tho entire the vicinity of the camps. In carryhim, counting nothing worth while but thnt here. In such nnd such a place, continuing their work of vile murder to know him better, nnd live to make training period, at which speakers of ing this out, Mr. Wlllya's him known to others. national prominence will talk to the will conduct entertainments of vari- those In command had said to the nnd horror. Some villages and even Thus; wo will surely be counted be- men at all the National Guard and ous kinds in the churches and halls troops: 'Spare this town nnd theso the old town of Locwen (Louvoln), of the towns In and near which the people.' And there they hnd sold: j excepting tho fine hotel de vllle, had side trrselves, a ho was, or be acNational Army camps. camps are located. These will inand; Waste this town nnd shoot these peo to be destroyed In cased of being In league with tho devil "invisible Armor." clude vaudeville and moving picture ple.' And here the troops hnd discrim- for tho protection of my troops. My (vs. 21. 22), but If bo It should be to The Idea of aendlng the Security shows, vocal and band concerts, etc. inate spared, and there they hnd In us a treat cause of rejoicing (Luke bleeds when I see that such League speakers to the training camps It was brought out at the Washington discriminately wasted, In exnet ac heart 0:22, 23; Matt. 8:11, 12). Hla remark measures have become unavoidable waa suggested at a recent meeting of conference, however, that In England, cordance with tho word of their supe In verse 27 points ua onwnrd to the when I think of the numerous inrepresentatives of patriotic, business, whero these recreation facilities riors." Irvln Cobb, Speaking of Prus and trme when he himself shall bind the nocent people who lose their home and fraternal and social organizations about the training camps were given sians, New York, 1017, pp. strong one, tho devil, nnd mnke nil the property as a consequence of the barheld under the auspices of the Recre a great deal of attention, that the men kingdoms of this world his own, and barous behavior of those criminals. Hoodwinked German People. ation Fund, the War and Navy Depart- demanded aerloua diversion as well as fill the earth with hla glory, for up to Theso Ideas, then, wero systemat Signed. William, Emperor nnd King.' ment Commissions on Training Camp the lighter forms of entertainment tho present time, nnd for how much "GERARD, Berlin." ically Impressed upon military and Activities and the Playground and Assuming that the experience would official classes. It the necessary, longer oo one can tell, the whole world was Loreni Muller in the German CathRecreation Association of America In be similar at our training camps, it however, to work upon tho minds of llcth In the wicked one, who Is the olic Review, Der Fels, February, 1015, Washington. The object of the meet waa decided that there could be no prince and god of this world (Iter. people, so that they might made tho following statement In reing, aa described by Secretary of War better method of providing this than the German 20:1-3- ; 11:10; I John 0:10; John long. 1 inch wide and 1 inch thick; lend themselves to the Inhuman poli- gard to the emperor's telegram: 12:31; 14:30; 2 Cor. 4:4). Let us be- then saw it In halt diagonally. Cut a Haker, was to dovlso ways and means through speeches to Inform the men cies advocated by tho military leaders. "Officially no Instance has been building "an Invisible armor, which on why they are asked to risk their ware of him, resist him, listen to none atrip of tin about Vt lnchea wide from of To do this was difficult, for, as has proven of persons having fired with a tin can, for the aleere F, tack one will be of more value in the protec lives. of his lies, 'nor to any teacher who been shown often, many of the civil the help of priests from the towers of 1,000 Speakers. would turn us nwny from him who Is end of thla to the atralght face of tion of the men than their rifles and ian leaders of public opinion, time and churches. All thnt has been tnnde bayonets." .Representatives were pres tho Truth, truly Ood and truly man, block D, bend It around the pole, make Henry L. Weat, executive secretary again, expressed their horror of the ent from the Woman's Division of the of tho National Security League, who new spirit which was animating the known up to tho present, and that has not merely divine but really and truly the other end meet the first end, asd been made tho object of Inquiry conOod who was manifest In the flesh, tack to block D. Make the aleevea fit Council of National Defense, Knights waa present at the conference, de- military authorities. The relchstag cerning alleged atrocities attributed to and having died for our sins I now loosely so they will atlde up and down of Columbus, International Rotary clared that this work was exactly in debates give ample evidence of this, Catholic priests during this war, has at the right hand of Ood for us; he the polea easily. To fasten them at Clubs of the World, Masons, General line with the campaign of Patriotism nnd the task of the military leaden been shown to be false nnd altogether in henven for us, wo on earth for him. the dealred point, it la necessary to Federation of Women's Clubs, Na- Through Education which the League would have been still more difficult If Imaginary, without nny exception. Our tional Association of Commercial Or- Is promoting throughout the country j tho relchstag bad any real power. If the honor bestowed upon hla dis- allp the wedge H between the pole ganization Secretaries, Y M. C. A.. by means of patriotic meetings ad-- (See War Information Series No. 8, emperor telegraphed to the president ciple of being to htm na hla brother, and block D, and push it up until the of the United States of America that Y. W. O. A., Rod Cross, etc. and slater, and mother, does not leeve flta tight. Use a dressed by volunteer speakers of 'The Government of Germany ;" see The War and Navy Department training and ability. He stated that also Gerard's "My Four Yeara In Ger- even women and priests had commitawoken In us an Intense desire to walk atlck, or pleco of clothesline' with ted atrocities during this guerrilla warworthy of such a relationship It must weight attached to each end (Fie D, Commissions on Training Camp Ac these volunteera now number nearly , many," chapter 2.) fare on wounded soldiers, doctors and tivities, of which Raymond D. 1,000 and offered Mr. Willys the asbe because we do not believe It. What to hang across the uprights. The military authorities and those nurses attached to tho field ambuIs chairman, has charge of pro sistance of the entire organization ot In sympathy with them have done alt Fig. 8 ahowa a boy shall we wiy to hi assurance that he If lances. How this telegram can be recloved m ns tho Father loves him you have never tried thla form of viding recreation in the training the League for this work. Arrange in their power to stimulate a hatred of onciled with tho fact stated abovo we leaplug you must do so, because It la camps proper, athletics, vaudeville. menta were Immediately entered into other peoples in the minds ot the Ger-fo- r shall not be able to learn until attar (Jobs 15:0), or to that rceinlngly etc. The Community Recreation Faad I Iota of fun. greater eae la John 17:23? campaign of education be- - the war." thla Bans. J nt, i e Pre-pare- fore the war was carried an with the object of Impressing upon the minds of the Herman the treacherous nature of the peoples ngnlnst whom the military lenders wera anxious to wage war. Not only were the Germans gradually led to betlcve that It was neces-sar- y to fight a defensive war against unscrupulous foe, but nlso that these foe would violate every precept of hu manity, ennd consequently must be crashed) without mercy n a measure of self defense. Tho fruit of this campaign of suspicion nnd hatred evident when nlmost nt tho outbreak of the war mnny Germnn became possessed with the belief thnt tho whole population of Belgium, the first country to be Invaded, had violated every rule of honorable warfare, bc-en- KM pos-sessi- on A e whole-hrrnted- ly itr ... n mo: I B n " y d 32-8- 1 light-weig- Foe-dic- k rope-vaultin- The Surest Preparation is School Training Pago Kight. TIIH CITIZKN Jnmmry I 31, 1018. . V7 I I lug homo folks llirougli Saturday hns innilo RAD E SMEN WEEDED mi nrliclo the followingIn translation of nml Sunday, Hardin Monro passed npixtirlng the llremor lluerger-C4iiuiig- : llirougli lioro today ctironlo for n "A soliller'a wlf who had gathered Hrtico Vincent, llio lllllo son wood ei'innHMi if TIno Wllllnms who lins lie-- very 5 tilnli. In the I'rellnirg InfonHt of Wnldnenr Itrclsgau, was iL Dlua Lick. sick, is Improving rapidly. Oarloy nlniciil for the ofVerwio In tho followMo wiMpwilri pbHtKHI nlrl HKtml In full by th wrttw. Th mim Hluo Kick, Jan. 88 Tho news Shonror litis gono lo Ml. Vornon lo ing lenns: t Mot for fraMwatlon, Ymt M an rrf !! of itrmrl fslth. Write pMolr. from llils section tlifs week llnil host! day on business. Tlio livn yonr oM "Airs. Clarn Oanter, on Juno l.'l, WILL DE ACCEPTCD, ALTHOUGH tliolr oxpmsslon in tho words of n win of Lee Mouliromory was kicked, 1017, hns renmved from the common nEOISTEnCD, IF QUALIFIED forest of WnldNlrrh. Sec. I 83, ono Your Mnny lty it liours; his noso was broken Wok- - dme nM 0S' S A. Knftlo now llves.-W- m. jwm white & CO. ALONQ CERTAIN LINES. fngot of dry fir twigs of tlio value of Siok, 110 0110 and ono cyo was put out. Ho Is iii noil of Franklin. CI. visifn.l frlnn.U Messing." Nobody L4WWVM.I.K, KY. 10 pfthilllng. In punlslitiietA thereof Alox- - ,'1' or ''""SO'. no confusion or el's - n vory serious condition, but it is here llio first of llio year. Liberal itoflniin she Is enicnrd In n line nf 1 mark mi full vtuo Kiidnr Tribblo Perry has boon lo iru9S 1,1,1 a froiioroi goou ieoiing 01 iiiougiii no win recover, ,nnnio BOOKS FOn OUR FIGHTERS nntl one day's Imprisonment.' I rr punn rid Louisville, Ivy, attending n hook "l,(ni,n nnd good will", Hook nn Chastcon nnd Bill Angolii Wbro vis- 'The huslifiiiil of Hie nilprlt hns boon for three jenrx nt the front, she herngniipy conference for tho lasl Ion ,mu" pnnies aro uio cmoi social! mng u. m. rainos sunuay. wwio days. Quilo n number of hogs nnd r""(,lI11 f,jr '""B nnd old during Abnoy Is visiting homo folks. Davo More Than Half a Million Already self bus four small children to support Omt Mtt i Furnished Soldiers and Sailors by In the illrest poverty. Klmllnr re;x)rts is, Clark wn in uiapuiiiuui vu uusiiiuss fowls hnvn frozen lo death during "'"Jons winter evening.- -II of punishment should be reported In 0 nolo llio increased mini- - Tuesday, Library Association American the past cold spell, ono being a lino grcflter tiiunbers. Our bureaiicnicy JACKSON COUNTY What the Hat Cord Denotes. of W. J. Bryan in sow, of Hlmor Hunter's, which wnsl,(!r f how to employ this period Malcom AN ARMY OF STENOGRAPHERS nt H. N. Dean's; nlso about ten of H. ll'i9 1"",inlcss bovcrngo since llio of shortage of wood nnd eol on h Malcoin, Felix Jaiu 21. lid" was clapped on in this section. There is today In llio city of Wash- (Prom Commltttee on PuWIe Information.) Inrge kiiIo for the benefit otJUe treasWnoliliiRton. .Men qualified nlong ury." spent last Wednesday niglit N. Dean's, ucwey i'owpii, n little orphan liov ington iu active operation nn tinny Parrot Willi Mr. nnd Mrs. .1. L. Pcninglon. from Jackson county, has coino lo whoso exploits attract lilllo notice, certain lines. nlllioiiKli registered tinI. Parrot, January 28. llio continu llfl flif. Bnln(iMi'n..vln.t I In n on Hie enqiluymeiit George Downey lias returned from hopip with Sam Hollins-wort- h. hilt whose members nro doing a very ,mIllctC(1 ,, ,,.,,,; 0( 10 women bulletinstorage nnd warehousingof pl cold spell has been broken to iniike his 1P In the1 Poo has Hamilton, 0. Mrs. Lizzio largo "bit" toward winning war for. KTinl Corps. l.lel. Is In need of men depots of I lie I'nlled Jilnti- - army Is some oxtPiit. Yet there is plenty of Mrs. J. B. Clarko also returned. for tho following duties: America an army of stenographers ilic following: icp on the ground. Dr. G. C. Gnol-m- an gave a reception last Sunday, and Chauffeurs, motorcycle drivers, and "The censiH of 11110 reixtrtcl that of OWSLET COUNTY nnd typists, twclvo thousand strong, of Bond was called to this placo quite a tinmbcr of licr friends were Conkllng recruited from every Slnlo in tho1 P"" '"Bine rennlnnon for duly In del if every 100 men and boys tea years of one day last week lo seo Taylor present and all seemed to enjoy the Conkllng, Jan. 25. Mrs. Lizzio Union. A majority of theso soldier' &vn nnunnmn; teiegropn. age nnd over, only HI were not gainHarris, who has been very sick with "" splendid dinner cooked on her new ''"''j,, Pne fully employed. This group of In InMoore, who has been on tho sick of the notebook nnd typewriter aro measles and pneumonia, but is reRwltrhlionrd opcrstors, cluded old men not utile to work, chil"lcn. gns range. Mrs. Clarke did not kill -, ,, mcn stlle.l dren too young to work, tho nick mid ported Mrs. Hannah .M- list, is nblo to bo out again. Bal- girls. Day in nnd day out their niin- toicpllone repanm,. 'The fatted calf," but she did, how- - cDowell better. on tho sick list tlio lard Hamilton contemplates niov-- J bio lingers faithfully click out tho teMInc nnd repairing telephone hnndlcnpped, and men In schools nnd has bepii over, kill tlio next biggest thing on oast week. Tho Gabbard boys aro ing to Hnznrd soon. Herman, tho tremendous volumu of Correspond-- 1 lines; telephone nnd telegraph llne-- colleges. tho farm, which was a twelve pound "AoMimlng that WiO.000 nf the numInfant son of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. C. enco and records required by a great '''en; photojrrnphers, Mill nnd morlns; Inw turkey. Sophia Browning, who has nlannlng to opon a con bank on Green, has been real sick for a nation at war. They wear no badge' homlne-pBeomen; rntllo men who ber culled by the selcctlve-wrvlcBlack Lick. There was church at been very sick, Is improving. Mr. few days. Dr. Anderson passed nor uniform; their work is all work nre ttmUln with ln.tlllnB radio ap- - have had some form of gainful employAbel Gabbard's Saturday night and pnrntus; men qunllfled ns cooks, ment, we tnny extlmnle that one out of and Mrs. James Ponington spent Sunday. The school houses at Let- through here Wednesday, on his and has no thrill nor romance; hut clerks, stenographer, every 00 men In the Industrie) nnd blacksmiths, Sunday night with Mr. and Mr?. J. IL ter Box and Black Lick are still way homo from Sturgeon, where ho the United States could not stay in meteorologists, cobblers, cable men, profcsxlotis of the country has been Browning. Mrs. Hebccca Browning etc. railed Into military service, while anquarantined for small pox. Henry bad been to sec Dr. Mabaffy who has the war n mdnlh without them. is very poorly, Little Ilcba Pen Men Inducted for this division, nn'J other In every CO has voluntarily JoinThe rapid expanding departments Cornelius bad n yearling to freeze been very sick with pleurisy, hut inglon is suffering with a severe lews otherwise requested by the chief ed the forces of the army or navy. to death on the cold Saturday a few is improving nicely. E. V. Taylor, of the Government in Washington case of tonsilitis. Rev. J. II. Brownemploy stenographers and typists "Jennl offlcer of the arinr, are aent to Thus, about 3 per cent of the gainfully ago. John Johnson lost two who has been suffering from nn lays employed men hnve been taken out Of ing was called to attend the funeral nigs on the same day of bronchitis, is reportod bet- with a greed thai seems insatiabtu. Kort Leavenworth, Kan. from tho same their occupations." of Mrs. Maggio Lewis of Foggcr- cause. Tho smallpox is nbout under ter. The. school nt Brooksido clos- Tlio United States Civil More than hnlf a million books town, Jan. llth. Mrs. Lewis leaves The lnrgeit shoe factories In Itnly control; only one or two new enscs. ed today, Friday, with a big candy Commission estimates that there will have been furnished soldiers and a husband, ono small son, and r. ho twenty thousand Government em Ned Pnrkcr and family havo mov- treat for tho children. sailors In training cnnqis and In France hnve started manufacturing the nation dehost of friends. Sbo was a ployecs df this class In Washington by the American Library Association al Mandard shoes, using leather suped to Laurel Fork. Scott Tussey has voted Christian and was loved by ESTILL COUNTY at the end of this year. Owing to tho War Service and the flow Is steadily plied by the ministry of Industry, commoved (o tho Uncle Dan Parker nil who knew her, and will bo greatgeneral demand the Commission Is Increasing, according to the director merce, nnd labor. The standard types Iron Mound placo, purchased were established by the central shoo ly missed by nil her friends. The for six which ho recently.Lucy finding it a difficult task to meet tho or m wt,rt- Iron Mound, Jan. 27. weathTho Sumhundred dollars. I A "inpalrn for fnndi Inaugurated committee In Rome, but every factory bereaved ones have our deepest mers of Carico visited her parents er continues bad, tho worst for calls of the departments. Examlna - "T the association Inst autumn netted Is making little modifications, accordsympathies. ing to Its means nnd system of manu., n(J rea, at Parrot last week. Mrs. Loucind many years. Dr. V. R. Combs, who tions aro hell every Tuesday In 454 ,nore th, Goochland the tanclble shape of books and facturing. ' Ford has smallpox. John Cunigan has been in Louisvillo tho past two fines, aim me U)mmission stoics, Goochland, Jan. 22. The weathThe government Is nrgnnlilng syshas moved to Clayborn weeks, is homo again. Sam Sparks that nn examination will bo held comfortabf libraries are belnf felt by er stilt stays cold. Wo have the Hundley visited AltamonL nnd wife nre visiting relatives in In tiny city nl any time, day ornighL the soldiers and sailors. The Carne- - tems nf sale of xboes to the public. his father at Ann largest snow this morning that wo Lee County this week. Owing to when thero is prospect of nsscm-lin- g Rle corporation gave $320,000 for the They provide for the opening of stores villo liyt Friday nnd Saturday. erection of camp libraries. Nearly In the principal Italian dtles, to t have had this winter. Tho farmer Blcvo n class of three or four comHarris was .called from Alta tho bad weather there was a smaJI all camps now have libraries and In engaged extlmlvely In the nale of nahaving a hard time getting their are mont last Saturday to see his bro- crowd at church at Corrinth Sun- petitors. Eligibility may bo obtain- the others the buildings are In course tional shoes and to be controlled by corn out of tho snow. Pcoplo do Taylor, who is sick. The day. Mrs. Wilbur Moores is on tho ed through passing an examination of construction. The reading rooms llio government authorities. It I like-l- y layed gathering because the corn ther, that buyers will have to obtain men. daughter of Tilman Seals was mar- sick list. Vernon Walters and Ka- in practical tests in shorthand and each accommodate was so sappy. Miss Alice Miller, i cards. For the men In Frnnce the associaried to a Mr. Gunn on last Thrus- - tie Mao Alexander eloped lo pnrls typewriting. It is practicable lo who taught school nt tho Martin day, The private shoe stores will be sur unknown last week to get married. complete such an examination in tion has orffnntzed distributing County Judge W. T. Johnson points of embarkation, piled with nn ndequnte nnmber of sohool house, went homo Sunday, J. R. Vaughn ofWinchcstcr spent one hour. HeprcscnLitivca of tho where at all are ofllciating. hoes anil will bo granted a rcason-nblbooks nssorted for shipment Brutus Martin spent Saturday night part of last week with his sister, Civil Service Commission at tho , commission. abroad. Soon every soldier who steps with his uncle, Gilbert Alcorn, on Psnthnnton, Nathanton 2G. Mrs. J. W. SparksJohn Elkin.l post unices in all rilicr nre furnish M I January Tho llh triBMtt will tun I Gravel Lldk. Miss Fanny Martin snows Tli aiuij and nnv.r mmtnlsslon on which have fallen almost daily an old citizen of Estill County, died ing definite information lo persons htm, which he and Ills coupanlona will spent Tuesday with her sister, Mr. read on the way across, after which It training cnnip acllvltli-s- . In addition to since the seventh of December, have at his homo near Irvino tho 9th Interested. George Sparks. Mrs. Maggio Marwill be forwnrded to the men back of llio work being done In army cnmpM kept a white over every. with a complication of diseases, nnd r tin spent Saturday night with her thing. A deep tnnntlo hn.s was brought to this placo for bur- CHAUTAUQUA AND LYCEUM SYS- the trenches. No attempt will be made nnd cantonments, now has-It- s snow been on In every rrnlnlng station of to establish libraries In France, but mother, Mrs. Catherino McCollum. TEMS HANDLE SMILACE BOOK the ground during tho most of that ial. He was laid to rest in tho Harthe navy and at every plar where en the association will have representaSeveral from this placo ntlcndcd SALES IN SMALL CITIES Died at ills time. Mr. and Mrs. Henrv ris burying ground. tives there to supervise the work of lted men nre prepnrlng for sea servcircuit court at McKeo last week.- - Parker of Carlton, Neb., Wm. spend "home, the iCth, Uncle Frank Wil The sale of smilago books, contain distribution. ice. after hoys from this placo ing Several of tho There nre SO clubs for sailors nt the past few weeks with . his liams who was an old Union soldior. ing coupons good for admission to havo got their cards and arc planuncle, tho Rev. J. G. Halcpmb, and Ho had been sick n long tlmo. Ho theaters nnd entertainment tents iiii Just at the sleeve chevrons and camps nnd In ndjncent dtles. There nre reading anil writing root, assemning to po to tho war. May they other relatives at this place, will leaves a wife and thrco children nnd all Army camps and cantonments. hars. ttars nnd eneles on the ahoul bly halls, and some of the dtles have all have luck to bring old Kaiser's a host of friends. Vcrnn Sparks is h handled in tho smaller cities and Afr Proclaims ranking officers, the hat arrangements return Monday. A series of meetfor uthletlcs. swimming head back with them. towns throughout the Country by cor? Anot" thc brnn.ch of Mnrlw pools, nnd gymnnslums. ings will begin hero at the Union on tho sick list. In the 1ft Chautauqua and lyceum Clover Bottom Church Sunday nighL continuin cnr. enmps there lire given each week 02 ROCKCASTLE COUNTY Uons' Clover Bottom, Jan. 21. Minta throughout tho week. lason Lynch let. artillery; yellow, cavalry; buff. entertainments ranging from profesThe books como in two sizes, for quartermasters corps; scarlet and sional performances, lectures, and exRockford Hays closes her school next Satur- and Angcline Hurst, both of this Rockford, Jan. 27. Wo havo had sale at $1.00 and $5.00. When sent white, engineers' corps; orange and hibitions, to club nights and weekly day. Eli Sparks, Henry Click, nnd place, were quietly married at tho somo of tho coldest weather ever lo a man in camp a smilago book white, signal corps; senrlet and black, dances. James Baker have been at McKeo bride's home during the past week More than CO.OOO books hnve been attending court, as members of tho -- G. W. Halcomb. who is manning knoAn. Tho thermometer would carries tho name of tho donor on ""Inance; black and white. Held clerk; furnished ships and stations by the maroon, medical corps; black and rold Grand Jury, for (en days. Larken to go south, has recently sold out stand from four to fourteen degrees tho cover. Ainerlcnn Library nclatlon. Tho T. officers; silver nnd black, adjutant Kerby, Walter Abrams and J. ILDur his entire stock of goods nnd other below zero one day after another. eeneral's clerk! rreeri. Instructor hnmn M. C A. has 42 buildings and trnta In There has been quilo a lot of ham havo attended Circuit Court as property on Sexton's Creek. Charlie ino uniieu biaies, importing uo- - guards; green and white, home guards, the various camps. members of tho Petit Jury for this and hd McWhorter, who havo been chickens frozen. Somo few pcoplo fore the war as much as $10,000,000 These cords are worn only on serv. According to the bureau of labor term of Jackson Circuit Court. employed at Middlctown, 0., return- havo been frost bitten but not seri worth of anilino dyes a year, In ten Ice hats. nf the Ul"" nmt" wear as hat nnndt the year from department of labor. In ously. Dadio Todd has been on tho months of last year exported dyes Gcorgo Sparks, charged with kil ed homo Wednesday. November IB. 101(1. to urn mm n nun mine riooons nnil on sick list for the past two weeks but valued at $12,500,000. ling Charley Hose, was released on coat collars Insignia representing the November IS, 1017. prices of food as a is some belter. Mr. J. Sniilh of bond, and his trial comes up atllio MADISON CODNTT aviation branch of the Signal corps. whole advanced 23 per cent. Potatoes Is the only article that shows a decline A million checks a month will propeller blades, Clear Creek, was in this neighbor March Term of the Jackson Circuit Bobtown In price. Cornmenl advanced 87 per Court. Weather has been very cold Bobtown, Jan. 28. This has been hood a few days ago and took ono of hoon he going rorward from tho of warrisk insuranco to safeThero were 1.42S.C.O enlisted men cent; bncon, 02 per cent; pork chops, and was a good time for logging tho worst winter we havo experi Scaffold Cano best looking girls from guard America's fighting forces nnd nnd 110,803 officers In the United 4S per cent; beans, 30 per cent; salwhich tho people havo dono a good enced for years. Tho roads nro al tho home or D. Northern, but mon, 35 per cent; milk, 33 per cent; StntM nry n ,f"" op'nlng of 1018, amount of. Gertio Hays was thrown most impossible. James Hignilo wish them a happy and prosperous their families. Annllcatlons from nor ,hnn and Inn!. 27 per cent. nn,, n one, ''"'l 'lmM from n horso before Christmas nnd had tho misfortuno of losing a great ife. Nearly nil of the farmers in soldiers and sailors for insuranco aro Food us a whole was 4S per cent hurt' o bad alio is unable to attend ricnl of his stock by freezing to this" vicinity havo had to go to tho near i,otH),ouo,wm ,,,1Ufd by (llg nnton according to hither on November 13. 1017, thnn on November IS. 1013, anil 4 per cent n statement by Secretary of War the winter term of tho McKeo Acad- death during this sevcro weather. field for corn during this bad weath higher than on November IS, 1014, Tho number of women employed BaW. er. Only a few had any corn gathemy. Farry Hays and Zella Dpan four-yea- r Miss Blanch Lawson spent llio period cornmenl during the war with Spain the array During this aro attending school nt McKeo this week end with her sister. Mrs. John ered. Corn is in bad shapo; most in munition factories has increased advanced 127 per cent ; flour, 100 per hfi "n""1 fi,nM minimum cent; lard, 101 per cent; bacon. 77 per winter. Buford Englo has bought n Henry at Boone. Miss Anna Roberts"11 frosl 1,iUen- - Scc(J corn ,s Koi"K from 3,500 in 1910 to moro than 100,- - nf ""d ri"nlh neighbor 000 in 1017. according to a report officers. "rw,,w,IIn2T?,0(!? ,m'n In cent; sugar, 75 per cent; and polatoea, nico marc from Peter Powell for closed her school at Blue Lick last to be scarce. Somo of army 72 per cent. No nrtlcle declined In 9105.00. Leonard Powell has movi'd week, nnd left for Gormnntown, O., girls aro learning telegraphy. War made to tho National League of (mnnj now I)raetIca,ljr ,Ix tlmM price. 1,2(50,000 wo- - ug grMt fts lhe mttXlmun number un- to Madison County. Ho expects where she will Join hor parents, Mr. talk and the cold weather Is nil you Women's service, anil war. Examination of the records of 10.000 lo work for Walter Powell this win- nnd Mrs. Tino Roberts whero they con hear. M. II. Brewer has moved men nro engaged injndustrlal work der rms in the About 45,000 officers were commlt- - men passed for military service by loter. B. H. Gayand family visited wj mnke their future home. Wo lo what is known ns tho Lodda which Is directly or Indirectly In tho two series atoned from civil life neccssary lo carry on the war. cal boards and then rejected by entnp tit Sand Gap, last Saturday and Sun- hnto lo give up such good neighbors, houso on J. W. Todd's farm. Jacob of training camps, nearly eight times surgeons show Hint nearly 22 per cent Andoikin Is moving on Prof. F. 0. day. Sam Abrams! family has re- but wo wish thorn much success in as many airthe number of officers In nf tho Ann! rejections were ennsed by Such a Name! the regular army April 1, 1017. defective eyes. covered from tho measles and fever. thoir now borne. Mr. and Mrs. Clay Clara's farm. W. H. Stephens m:ido A college professor In California has Teeth were responsible for 8.SO per Charles Norvcl and Aaron Powell Blevins mado n business trip to n business trip to Bcrca Friday. unknown n mineral cent ; hernln. 7.47 per cent ; ear, 5J)t per Postmasters aro directed not to acJr., havo moved lo Jas. Norvel's farm Richmond Friday. Willard Bcngo Alii Bullen of Philo, III., had the discovered wiucn no hitherto nas cauea dlse?e, S.87 per cent; tuto ac ence. of exnear Bobtown. They expect lo of Miamasbutv, 0., spent a few days misfortuno of losing his wife on morctte," because It was found at cept for shipment to members contain- cent; heart fl.37 per cent. berculosis, peditionary forces packages ,.. nr ,1V W11V of raise a crop of tobacco this season. last wcok with Mr. and Mrs. Thom- January 10th. and on account of bo- Attempts to evndo military fluty by ing matches, cigar lighters, or solidified Quito a unmber of boys havo been as Guess. Wiley Burns of Hamilton, ing snowbound wa, delayed until Jc8ipl,on, 8UJ, Ul0 Providence Bui- deception regarding physical condition wero very few. drafted into tho U. S. Army nnd ex- 0., formerly of this placo, received llio 17th reaching this place IHr utln, that It U "n now hydrous baste rd ..stfrno" or canned heat, pect to lcavo about tho 15th of Feb- bfs questionaries and returned to remains woro laid lo rft In the of ortlioslllcate, containing small Jt 1( not jeemed saf0 to admit thete In place of miliia tnr nrP,.n countries The yenr of 1017 established new ruary. Cashio Van is planning to Richmond to havo them filled out, Se.nfToM Tniin nPtnelnr'V Hhn was amounts whichother oxides altogether of ,,,- In leaves us IHcu," llin ilniiirlitop nf .1. .1. Hiitnll'on of , l, f United States naval vessels, la- - high production records for corn, oats, movo to I. F. Dean's placo where and ho and his brother Lawrence wc Hhnll Hlfin nl.t,A. iuuiii.' WIIHIJ mill Ijr, ..!,, ..m.i nnril wimw., tnl.n n (his place Bessh'was a genii' wo- - . dnrk n" ,0 whc1,.berna an imnroved eluding marines on shore In other cou , co, "beans, nml onions. ,n ' man and well liked hv all who knewo ,....,., mirii r wenrlna it at a imp. Hlio made n confession of Iter watch churm. Arnngements have been made fot Contractors working on orders for fnith in Christ in the year !!)(, nnd some relnxnllon nf the restrictions or the navy are required to jprorlde USE has been a faithful Chrislinn since. the export of foodstuffs to Cuba watchmen and devices to protecTthelr Little Thlnas That Count vhos people nre grently dependent She leaves four little bovs, the The sunshine of life Is made un f plants and property and tho work In youncost ten days old, and a host j wnmtr lltrln hAnmfl flint tint iiHi'ht nil nrorresH arulnut fsnlonnee. acts of upon the United States for their food n vj i. " iv supply. Among tlio exports wlilch ma) tt.wk rt ni.tl .r.... ... ... "ni.e.i i of friends, mi. lltIV- - III KM lillll!' liio Ullivi Tn vu nn ftmnffthlllL i WllPIl WflT Bnil OI C Jinny UlU'riv. . UIHH1 IT re IIII licensed i H...H.J qimnmies an quest they must report the cltlxenshlp,. dress nf Clear Creek coniucieo th.jhrtvlng up will prevent unhapplnes. condensed milk, butter and chees r hirih r niun nintnn af ...m .nnir. ITS M i funeral services. The bereaved nar- - lo '.c,u' pork products, beef nnd beef prodacta and rret otriers; to go a uiiih nromm luii.iujtv.. and dried fruits. onls hnvo tho sympathy of this en- - nhep , como 0Balngt nnot,Pr; toj BRIGHTER, WHITER AND .LIGHTER I A second training camp will be held tiro neighborhood. on III look or n cross word quiet-- 1 0ko Tho tt rorto Ulco. starting February 1. training10ofcantonments built for thi ly. rnthcr'lhan resent or return It ' Than Any Other Brand soldiers cost $134,000,000 woys In which clouds The attendance of 400 will be selected theso nre tho DIsDutanta with a net profit to centra ttera f tM from cttliena and residents of Port nisnnfriiilji .Inn Until nnd storms are kept off and n pleasant jer cent Paine, Paulino fladd, anl Clarence nnJ Btefldy mwMno secured. East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else spoilt n few days Willi tholr mini, Mrs. Joo Crcokmorc, nt tills placo. Mr. .nn:l Mrs.. Hoy Fllnohuin of llugli, spout lasl Friday with lliuir pnreut.', Mr. nnd ilrs. Jolm FHn-clm- Mooro of Borca College, were visit- coiiuulttee on public Information f Bo-rr- ni. "c"l f"''ors Pcn-Ingl- on ,,, ... " o nt-ta- ck wm sta-tlo- e WlME eta-tlstl- hu-re- ru o-i- r Spanish-America- n .,'. I POTTS' GOLD DUST FLOUR v 1 '..i.i ... isa