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Mt1f EJIIo, ptrovd KnitrtJltt On I'ftoffitt at Htm, AV r&JM rnaiUrMtttr Vol. XIX. I'ivn Cents The Citizen protcl per to tlie Interests of tlie IN OUR OWN STATE EoixntgilrL Ono Dollar People and taa way Id keep tip with mottoni Knnwlege la to read a food Newspaper. Is Power No. 32. Kriowlcdgo r Copy. UEIIEA, MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY, FEBRUARY 7, 1018. per Year. Private Profiteer What seems to have been right with our fathers in days is highly condemnatory today. It is now considered unpatriotic to take advantage .of the people while the war is on by cornering food supplies and releasing them on the increase of prices. It has become, so unethical and iniquitous that in some places it is being considered sufficient cause for the imposed upon ones to take (he law into their own hands and punish the profCivil Wnr U. S. SEC I Oil IS OR. SANDERS WEKERLE Tho WORLD NEWS Importance of Alsacc-Lor-ralto Germany may bo scon from a few figures. Out of a total output of 28,000,000 Ions of iron Lorrnlno supplied 21,000,000, and out of an estimated deposit of 2,800,000,000 tons Alsace-Lorraicontains tons. no ne 2,100,-000,000 Tho n nine of tlio postolllco at HOTLY ATTACKED Craftsville, ono of the first established in Letcher County, has been changed to Millstone to conform with Hits nanus of tho now town, Four Americans Wounded, One Millstone, hcing built by tho SouthCaptured Enemy Takes east Coal Company there. Advantage of Weather. iteer. than the P. D. Armour Company, through its founder, at the opening of the Civil War, that cornered the pork saying, "I'ay me my price or starve" and enriched himself by taking advantage of old women, men, and chil.iren. Atthat tune this stunt was considerIt was none less I: at Keavy, three miles west of Cor-b- BOCHES ALSO SUFFER LOSSES while trying to cross in a boat. Ho leaves n wifo and four children. iu Tho Hcv. Elijah Crowdor, 15 years old, was drowned in Laurel River r ed an example of business insight. To read such a story today makes a man blush with shame, and his spirit almost rage at its coldblooded beastiality. The exploitation on a people at war by private profiteers is the most blatmble spirit found in American life today. Fortunes made in this way will taint the hands that turned them before the judgment bar of a just God. Through attorneys in Omaha, Neb., J. M. Webb, a farmer of Craftsvillc, Letcher County, has been advised of tho awarding of $2,000 damages for injuries received in a street car accident several years ago while s member of tho United States army. Tho suit had been pending for somo time. At a meeting of hemp growers in L. B. Cockrclt presided, 2,000 acres were pooled, with a prospect of total reaching 4.000 acres. Half tho pooled crop last year brought .613.75, the other half SU.IO. Violent Barrage Fire Precedes Assault on American Listening Post, Only 40 Feet From German Station Trenches 05 Yards Apart. Coming of Spring In an attitude of expectation do the American people await the coming of Spring. They realize more fully that America is in the war; with an army of aeroplanes to sweep down on Berlin, the final nttcmpt'on the West front to drive the enemy beyond the Rhine, the vision of peace hovering about the horizon creates a spirit of expectancy and hope among our people. Winchester at which No Cause for Alarm at Berea College two of his townsmen risked their lives in an effort to frco tho ferry ITALIANS DRIVE AHEAD steamer Kentucky and Indiana from "I learned afterward that the an ico gorgo that momentarily threatened to crush the vessel into Germans had put down a barrage which had cut me off from our llrst Twenty Thousand Foes Is Toll of splinters. line position, held by a platoon. Well, Big Offensive. the racket lasted about 15 minutes. leaders con- All at once something struck me. I tinued in tho Houso of Representa- bad been hit In the shoulder and thigh tives tho fight waged prior to and in h; fragments of an exploding shell. I Number of Prisoners Now Number Nearly 3,000 Succeeding Reports the Democratic caucus against Gov- saw four Bodies closing In on my post, Add to Magnitude of Battle. ernor Stanley, in an attempt to de- and turned loose with my automatic feat tho $50,000 appropriation for rllle. I think two of them were woundRome, Feb. 1. Enormous losses the uso and benefit of tho Slate Tax ed. Then I passed out." were Indicted upon the Dakota Man Wounded. Commission. Tho bill was adopted troops between the Aslago PlatThe nttuck began about seven o'clock by a vole of 05 to 28. Sixteen Demlu the morning, and oae of the llrst eau and the ISrentn valley by the ocrats voted against tho appropria- men wounded was a National Guards- Italian offensive on Monday nnd Tuestion. man from North Dakota, lie occupied day, snld a dispatch from the front. In nddltlon to capturing nearly u cot In the hospital next to the I asked him what happened, 3,000 prisoners the Italians Inflicted The grand jury, in its report subcasualties estimated at from 20,000 to mitted Saturday in Criminal Court, and he replied: "I was at a gas station on the llrst 25,000. pointed out that savings of from Tho defenses on Monte dl Vnl line. When the shelling began I peered $25,000 to $30,000 a year could bo over tho trench parapet and saw fig- Belle and sectors of Col do Roso and effected if tho city of Louisville and ures stealing through the mist across Col Dechele have been organized and Jefferson County owned coal mines the frosty ground toward our positions. held ngalnst determined counter-attack- s Engaged in healthy, with which to furnish enthusiasm. OEIt. PERSHING PRAISES AMERIdelivered liy the Invaders In the fuel con- The thought Hashed through my brain CAN FIGHTING MEN IN FRANCE interesting exercises in tho open sumed by tho various city and coun- that they looked like the ghosts of the force. In a recent communication to Sec- nir, with simple diets, olllccrs and ty institutions. corpses out there in No Sinn's Land. London, up Feb. 1. Following n retary of War Baker, tho command- men, like trained athletes, aro ready The next minute 1 was knocked uncon- their successful attack on the scious. A shell fragment had hit me forces on tho Aslago plateau er of the American Expeditionary for their tasks. Forbidden tho uro Eb. Azbill Acquitted In northern Italy, tho Italians are on tho head." of strong drink and protected by Forces said: Tho second day of tho February Tho third wounded man had been hit steadily advancing their lines In the "Thqro )ias never been a similar stringent regulations against sexual term of Circuit Court was opened on tho thigh was of enemy counter-nttnekbody 'of men to lead as clean lives evils, and supported by their own Wednesday moning at Richmond. In both legs. and the fourth c struck faceto late reports from Home. according in our American soldiers in France. moral courage, their goo.l behavior The lower court room was tilled by The lighting was llerce while it The number of prisoners has now Thoy havo entered this war with is the subject of most favorablo while ami colored citizens who wero lasted and It Is believed that at least risen to 2,000. Kaeh succeeding retho highest devotion to duly and communis, especially by our allies. anxious to hear tho case of Eb. Azbill 50 Germans wero In tho attacking port adds to the magnitude of. the midbegun with no other idea than to perform American mothers may rest assur- of Berea, charged with assault group. The shelling which had pre- winter Italian counter-nlTenlvthose duties in most elllcienl manner ed that their sons uro n credit to on a youngirl pf that vicinity. ceded tho raid was so violent that It last Sunijay. could ho heard plainly at .brigade headpossible. They fully realize their them and to tho Nation, and thoy After tho testimony of many witquarters. , obligation to thoir own people, their may well look forward to tho proud LOSE 73,017 MEN BRITISH nesses for tho defense, tho case went All of tho advantages of topography friends, and tho country. A rigid day when on tho battlo field, theso into the hands of tho jury, rendered where tha. raid was made, wero with program of instruction Is carried splendid men will shed a new luster n tho Germans. The valley was over- Casualties for January Fewer Than verdict of not guilty. for Two Previous Months, Accordout daily with traditional American on American manhood." looked by tho German positions and ing to Official Report. tho high hills In tho rear gave the Dofj. Tax Urged enemy a good opportunity for observaCONTENTS Every boy on the farm should tako London, Feb. 1. British casualties A law placing a heavy lax on dogs, tion upon the trenches, which arc shalnew courago when it is possiblo for reported during the month of JanuPAGE 1. Privulo something for Undo Sam. together with tho appointment of low nt this point. spot Editorials: him to do that a German ary totaled 73,017, They wero divided It was at this No Read what Loua Fish has dono on county patrolmen to kill all untagCoining of Spring. soldier recently leaped upon the rim as follows. Killed or died of wounds Causo for Alarm at Berea Col- pago six". If tho country was Ailed ged dogs, was recommended in a of his trench with a white ling In his Offlcers. 35S; men, 13,093. Wound-e- d lege. or missing: Olllcers, 1,205; men, Our Own Stale News; with this typo of boy tho Germans resolution adopted at a Joint meet' hands, shouting,. ''Hello 1" lie hastily ing of the Christian County AgriculJumped back Into his shelter when ho 57.750. U. S. News; World News. would stand no show at all. ture Association and tho Hopkins-vill- o found that his attempt at fraternizing Departmental Columns. PAGE 3. Business Men's Association. A was going to meet with u hostile recepCountry's Coldest Spot. Berea International Poison. An old Berea student and an ardSparta, Wis. Sparta and Camp Robbill embodying theso suggestions tion. ReCollege Dairy Breaks State ent reader of THE CITIZEN writes inson, the military cantonment neai Legislacord. that "Wo greatly enjoy reading THE will Jio introduced in tho hare, laid claim to being the coldeBt Wage Troubles Adjusted. Atroci- CITTZEN'nnd keeping in touch with ture. Many fnrmers stated that un3. PAGE Germans Excuso spots In America. Tho morcury regisWashington. Satisfactory adjust' less protection from dogs was obStory: Ho Couldn't Berea Collego and many of tho stuous Acts. tered 42 degrcca below zero. Marvelous dents whom wo know when wo wero tained sheep raising would havo to niont of a wago controversy which Shoot His Friend. threatened a strike- of 6,000 employer Kentucky. Highlands Guatemala. there. There wore six brothers and be abandoned in of tho American Locomotive Companj PAGE 4. Locals. sisters of us who went to Berea and was announced by tho Department ol French Lose Three Ships. Ashland Tannery Burns PAGE 54 Local News Articles. so Berea Is vory close to our hearts." Labor. Tho questions were settled Trench ships Parts, Feb, 1. Tho tannery of tho Ashland Lentil-e- r without any stoppagu of production. of less than 1,000 Threewero sunk dur-luPAGE 6. Mountain Farming: Loin THE CITIZEN is tho tfo that binds. tons Tuesday A threatened strike of railway clerks Company was burned C. Fish, Pig Club Champion for It costs only ono dollar to tio up to tho week ending January 25. morning. Tho loss is estimated at employed by tho Wabash Railroad Kcntuoky. Nilrato of Sodn- .- tho world our way. W0 000. Tho flro started in tho also has been averted by adjustment Urges South to Produco Moral A lino plcco of American secret of wago and working demands. bleachiiu? room which destroyed thi Cincinnati Markets. Food. scrvico work has recently come to No family with either boys or Food For girls In Berea can afford to bo with- tmrt of Iho plant unprotected by n Homo Department: Seven Killed and Many Injured. light making it certain that tho got Good Dishes out THE CITIZEN. Your (Ihillren. Mooso Lako, Minn. Northern Pa- Germans purposely planned beforeIt costs so litth heavy flro wall. Tho flro soonfail-m- o Shorms Dots. for Children. cific Train No. 63, northbound, struck hand to torpedo tho Lusitania. A und tells so much. Think of hearing boyond control becatise of tho of water pressure. a bus In which 20 school children were wireless despatch from, tho German PAGE 7. International Sunday-scho- ol from all parts of tho world each . riding here, killing sevon. A number government was caught in cipher Sermon. Boy Scouts. week, gelling tho United Statos' Lesson. of tho children wero seriously Injured. Tells Meaning of Rod Cross. every- Garrard Man Accused of Treasonable requesting tho German ambassador news, our own Stato news and Trade Bodies Commend War Ad- thing that happens in Berea, whero Remarks to publish n warning that passenPrevented Seizing Cars of Coal. I ministration. United Stntns Duply Marshall Chicago, The Illinois Fuel Admin- gers avoid that fated vessel. Such tho children nro going to school, and PAGE 8. Eastern Kentucky News then (urn back to pago eight and Winfrey lato Tuesday aftornoon ar- istration prevented the seizure by In- a notico was put forth but tho or, Letters. diana fuel authorities of rad nuws from nino different coun- rested James Slmnson, a farmer, al coal consigned to Chicago C65 cars ol igin of it has never beforo been when known. Tho oiphor was translated Miss Diinoy is giving you ladies ties in East Kentucky, besides tho his homo llvo mllos from Lancaster, apparent that the packing plants things in her column on. Sunday-scho- ol lesson, a sermon, on a warrant charging him with at the stock yards would bo forced to from a World almanao which somo goal uttor- Count Bernstorf had asked to seo, pago six. Aro you rending them something for tho boys and girls and having mado "treasonable shut down unless coal was rushed. I as was remembered afterward. every member of tho family. each week? Firs) (Cosltsmtd m ? cfll-oio- nt i Austro-Ger-tnan u. Austro-GermaPro-fllee- rs; ingitis havo occurred among tho students at Berea College. All of these are on tho road to recovery. Tho vigilanco of Or. Cowley and his assistant Dr. I.lchtwanlt and the work of tho Superintendent of tho Hospital, Miss Powell with her staff, Miss Stearns and tho nurses, havo made it possjblo for all of tbeso to recover. It 'is not likely that another case will occur. Howover, it is wise to take every precaution. Gatherings whero largo groups may bo assembled havo been discontinued. The Health Ofllccrs of tho United States Government aro on tho ground and will fliwl those who ;iro carriers of the disease so that these may bo .separated from tho rest of tho student body and properly treated. This Is really a protection for the students who may bo carriers. Cultures will bo taken by tho Government officials as rapidly as possible Vice President Rumold Sums up the Situation in Regards to the Meningitis Cases at Berea Thus fur only nine cases of men- during tho coming days. As soon as nny ono is found' frco from the germs of meningitis ho will bo informed and will bo at liberty to move about as usual. Until results aro reported from tho cultures, students are not allowed to leave Berea. There is no necd.of alarm. All of our cases arc recovering. Students aro safer hero than in any other place. Our action is now being taken at tho direction of the State Board of Health through tho County Board, and is an attempt to prevent endangering tho health of students and citizens of Berea and elsowhcre. No time, trouble or expense is being .spared to make Berea safe. It Is only another of the many evidences that Berea College looks after tho best interests of its students. Boys and girls aro safer in Berea than they would bo at home. When there is real causo for alarm BcreaCollego will be the ilrst ono to let you know. Squire Tilden Wright, Qf Millstone, Letcher County, has entered suit against the Louisville & Nash- ville for $5,000 damages for injuries received in a wreck nenr Scco, in tho coal Holds, tho latter part of October, in which several people woo killed. Several other suits will grow i flit of tho wreck. For W. D. Crammond, of Hawsvillc, and thoako of sentiment, Capt. With the American Army In France, Feb. 1. Taking advantage of a thick mist, a strong force of German troops milled an American listening post trench on Wodmdny morning, killing two Amerlrun soldiers, wounding four anil capturing one other. The raid followed n heavy barrage lire which lasted 15 minutes, completely Isolating the listening post from the Urst lino trenches. The lighting lasted 2Q minutes and two German soldiers ure believed to bnve been wounded. Tho Americans fought gallantly. When the raiders retired they were followed by drafted men from California, who bombed them copiously. Trenches 85 Yards Apart The attack took place nt the point whero the American and German trenches were In closest proximity. No Man's Land at that point Is only 85 yards wide. A long period of Infantry Inactivity was broken by tho raid, although there had been cannonading which had claimed some American victims. "I was standing In our listening post Just about 40 feet from a Gcrnan listening post, Just after daybreak, when Fritz began to turn hell loose with his guns," said a lanky Tcnnes-seea- Tho War Council of tho Allied Nations havo unanimously decided that tho terms suggested by tho German Chancellor Von Hertling nro not satisfactory and that tho war must go on until tho mask is removed. Mcnnwhllo the German pcoplo nro becoming more outspoken in favor of peace. Tho Chinese government is show- ing a very tlno spirit In tho war. They havo not been able to play a very active part thus far, but thoy havo mado known a desire to do so and nro willing to put an army of half a million men in tho field if requested to do so. Tho man power of China is practically unlimited, and when properly organized tho Chinese mako good soldiers. Dr. Sanders Wckcrle, Hungarian premier, received a deputation of workmen who handed him a resolution stating that the workmen desired n speedy conclusion of peace, based on the principles of no annexations, of peoplo's rights and the Immediate discussion In the lower houso of the franchise bill. Tho workmen also requested fair and equal distribution of foodstuffs nnd other necessities. Doctor Wekcrle told the workmen that tho Hungarian government was strongly supporting their peace policy. A Swjss musician now in thf United Slates, Rudolph Gralz, gives our pcoplo somohlea of the rcmark-abl- o impulso toward national- llfo and spirit that tho war has brought about. S'omoof the cantons of Switzerland nro German in race and Speech and they havo gone so far in protest against the course of Germany in tho war as to change tho names of places and to substitute another name in place of German. A drive was made by tho Italians during the week and tho German- Austrian army was pushed back at several points. Tho move began early in tho morning before daylight and tho enemy wero taken by surprise. Tho commander-in-chie- f, General Diaz, is making an effort to force the Auslrians into the mountains before tho spring comes. The fear of a further advance over the river and onto tho plains of Italy has largely disappeared and confl--denhas returned. cc By an irony of fato the great vessels owned by German companies aro now turned to tho service of tho United Stales. Many of theso were interned in American ports and fell into our hands after tho outbreak of war. Tho engines and other machinery had been maliciously injured with tho hopo of making the vessels useless, but skilled engineers soon repaired tho damage and now theso great vessels aro carrying food and soldiers to Franco to tho amount of over 000,000 tonnage. Tho Valerland is tho largest of the boats and is n transport ablo to carry 10,000 soldiers at a trip. Tho attitude of Spain toward tho war has been a matter of comment" during tho week. It has been known for somo time that tho official classes and tho nrmy havo been in sympathy with Germany, and tho violations of neutrality havo been Recently the many and serious. Americans hnvo found it difficult to buy things that tho men in France need from Spain. Believing that this was unfriendly nn embargo has been placet! on gods coming to Spain from tho United Slates and this has had somo effect. Moreover, tho sinking of a Snanish vessel by a German submarine brought a demand that a satisfactory explanation bo mado within twentv-fohours. Spain has beon waltinsr to vo tho (llrrftlon that tho wind blows, and any Inclination toward the allies may bo taken as. a hopeful sign. ur - g Tho nltitudo of tho Bolsboviki In Russia toward tho United States is under test becauso of tho demand of Russian anarchists that Emma Goldman and Alexander Berk-ma- n, recently nrrcsted and imprisoned in tho Unllo'l Stales, bo released and sent to Russia. If tho.request is not granted tho anarchists threaten to mako an attack on tho American embassy and onpturo tho Ambassador, Mr. Francis. It is tho dulv of Iho Bolsboviki government to grant him protection, and there is much nnxlely in regard .to tho reslt. Mr. Francis Is a Kentuoklan bv birth nnd mav bo expected to nrotect himself and his country's embassy If ho is refused protection by tho government. pnrtv Pago Two. TUB CITIZEN February 7, 1918. University Column College Column cd Academy Column GASOUTPUT INCREASED Vocational Column Foundation Column INTERNATIONAL POISON Aubrey F. Diamond bas comploted WHAT IS THE CHRISTIAN NEED Or EDUCATED MEN AND THE UREAT SCHOOL Tbo pernicious doctrlno sedul- bis courso in Aviation and lias RELIGION ? New Production Record Set by Many limes our falhors, mothers, WOMEN AFTER THE WAR ously instilled for two generations By Miss Stella M. Haley n First Lieutenant's ComBy Robert T. Harrison American Fields in 1916. brothers, and sweethearts nsk each into tbo rank and Mo of tbo Gorman mission. Ho is now nt bis liomo in Wlial is tbo Cbristian religion? After tho Civil Wnr this country other, "What is John learning In people, asserting tbo Intrinsic su Mobile on a ten days Icavo of nb- - This Is a question which wo ought periority of tlicir race, religion and sence. Ho was a student of tbo all bo ablo to answer, osncclallv ilur. Volume Ued Amounted to 753,170,253, experienced n great "reconstruction the army?" Now, John is learning period" which was tho most criti- something. Ho is nllonding tho Ing n week of revival. Wo who aro Kullur and propbosying tbat tlioy Collego Depnrlmcnt In 000 Cublo Feet, Gain or 20 Per cal period in tho history of this na- greatest school of tho ago. Ho no Cent Over 1915. and their Kullur nro to sccuro world and was assistant in tbo cbemis- - Christians, in trying to win other tion. After tho closo of this great ilniihl will ho unnblo to toll you all domination by military prowess', try laboratory. When bo gels to souls to Christ, should bo ablo to tell Statistics compiled under tho super- European Wnr tho world will faco be lias gotten by experience whon bas been tbo chief cause ef the pres- Franco bo will fly the fastest singlo clearly what Wo roligion is wo nro vision of J. D. Northrop of Undo Sam's n reconstruction period far more bo gels a furlough homo. Don't bo ent world tragedy. scaled Curtis macbino In rccogni- - urging them to accept. rWtlnrtjfll BHfVnn aim t.A A similarly pernicious doolrlno tion of bis high record as a cadet in Tho Christian religion is tbo belief nntnrni m mmLrri.ii. tni..i i critical than tho reconstruction nlarmed If ho doosn't tell you vory period after tho Civil Wnr, which much. You seo n difforenco in him of "whilo race superiority" is boing training. in ChrIst,bollor in all Ho said and did. tlio United Statcfln 1010 was greater will call for educated men and already, and bo will novcr bo ablo lo sodulously instilled into tbo minds It is the only true religion. It Is not thnn that bo utilized In nny other r toll you all. Hut tbo most beautiof tbo American pcoplo. Its advoan imagination originating in tho m 11,0 history of tho natural-ga- s ln Tho great mechanics of this conn ful thing about It all is Hint it will MARINE LETTER (ju8,ry Tll volume used, which cates talk continuously of "whilo minds of men, but a power direct from Iry nro urging tho colleges which gradually bo seen through his life. raco world supremacy" and tbo "inheaven. A Divlno power which nmo"nl to 763,170,253 000 cubic feet, By Oscar Wilson havo mechanical nrls lo exert Ihcm He Is now in tho grcaln3t school in evitable conflict of tbo wbito and nature could not create out '"5 Marino Darracks, Company 72, yollow races for world dominion." of its own resources, nnd "It was 20 per cent, the former record, cstau- selves In Irnlnlng young mechanic? (bo world. What ho is golllng now Paris Island, S. C, slnco all of our machinery will In Is worth two lo ono limos as much This propaganda is preparing us for January 27, 1918. designed to impart to human na- - llshed run down nnd will need educated ns what bo would get at an ordinary another world tragedy. If this psyturo a now life and a chango in its The average price of this gas nt the men lo repair them. school in n short limo. Ho is learnInnuQf nrfnplntna " chological poison is not ovcrcomo My dear Brothers rvtlnt nt mnaiiiiiittnn ....... All Kuropo will bo in n mess of ing to do things, nnd lo do them as I am now on my stxllt wcok or, . soon enough by tbo appropriate anti It ..... ...1. nivln .,.i,.i, n thousand eni.in f .mi u ,,. , market vnluo was S120.227.-- OS. n loss ruins. In a senso Kuropo will have they should bo dono. Ho Is learn, toxin, it is not difllcult to forcseo training, and I can truthfully say it m!Ui ... wlliino. what tho fuluro bas in sloro for tbo bas been very interesting. I was Jn Ul0 caus(J of humanlt nnd Go(Ii oj 0.10, cent : In unit price, but n gnlu lo ho rebuilt. This will bo the great- ing lo do them with a snap and with S18.15.0S7, 18.0 per sworn in on tho n nctcenlh day of 1, is ihi nmvn,. world. tn.ni..i value compared orwith 1015. cent, In total est undertaking in tholo world's his n smile. Ho is learning (0 do team tory. This will havo December,, when I became Unclo bo dono by work. Tbo latest injection into tho voins 1, J! ?m,,U for. ,ncrcn8e,, PoducUon of highly educated pcoplo. , In fact tlio National Army is a of tlio American pcoplo of this in- Sam's boy. Ho surely works a fellow Co,unlry belongs, sas but on tho olhor hnndJin ""'.God to die, ,5 nooJ be. thatnn(1. fcl- - der given, to In 1010Virginia. In the or- - Tills great war is taking n largo great team, nil working logolbor to ternational poison is a two column if their West Oklahoma, per rent of our physicians, thus accomplish ono gront Ibinjr; workeditorial in a recent edition of tbo caro,01 Mm lowemon might enjoy tbo freedom Pennsylvania, California, Loulslnna, New York American, from which tbo Thcro nro only three requirements which God Intended thov should Knnsas, Texas nnd Arknnsns, which making our medical colleges oxcrl ing to frco tbo world of theso who following quotations aro taken. Tho for a marino: First, obedience; sec- - havo. This. is obodienco to Christ's ,0sctncr produced 132,000,000,000 cubic themselves to rcplaco thoio lokon dinggrd on Ibis terriblo crisis. Many m umn ,n JU,S' lo war. men were taken from their homes cdiloral is no doubt reproduced In ond, obedicfico; third, obedience.' command, "Lovo yo ono another. Slgnincant Increases, Important local- - ' After wo have conqured Germany and business, having no all tbo Hearst papers throughout tho After being under Berea's rulos I oven as I havo tlmo lo tit by forco of lo up their business heforo Tbo awful su Ling" and mlsory . United Stales, which aro moro wide- havo no dimcuity in obeying lhose.1 ?. "S conquer her arms, wo will havo In Of course this Is weighing leaving. with tbo Gospel. ly read by tbo rank and filo of our I am also very much indebted lo Bo- - of this war will not havo been in credited to Illinois. nw Vnrk--. ,....1 on thoir peoplo than any other papers in Ka ivi ivuniiib "a JuiiiuauL, obi- - vaia 11 inrougu 11 uio spirit, or "iunu. jh oniy two states was other words, wo will havo to con minds. With nil Ibis, theso mon Amorica, once, as I havo gotten A plus on my Christ shall nrovall. It will hn but hcre n significant decrease In the vert her peoplo from their cuol out- bnvo seen their need nnd havo gono " Americans must bo deeply bunk making, houso cleaning, etc. a preparation for tho cronl ilnv production of natural gas In 1010.ryt Tho rageous nets lo Christianity. Tills into Ihn gamo with full forco. It Is . will call for educated ministers. ..II remarknblo bow rapidly theso men alarmed by the successor Japanese wo arm irom tnreo to lour nours when everv kneo shall bow hoforn rntUil nr lintioMnn s '"""" ."' Y Tho world will suffer for want of hnvn grasped tbo situation and how diplomacy and tho situation created a day, and tho rest of tho limo U. Him and Ho shall rcin Kin of 7..rc?c iV"ya"c": un men and women ns teachers. Thous- each has learned his Individual imspent in various ways. The follow - Kings and Lord of Lords. by that diplomacy. cubic feet In tho total volume nro- ands of young minds will bo with- portance. With all Ihcso drawbneks "Wo do not know whether there is is ono day's work: duccd in Ohio, nnd tho steady decline Hit tho deck at 5:00 a. m.; scrub a danger of tho Japaneso joining of the old fields In Indiana cuused u out teachers, and will need ho taken they hnvo learned lo do good work SACRIFICE falling off of 0.0 billion cubic feet In caro of. on the tnlllln'ry team. doublo time, 0:00- with Germany which makes our house, 5:00-0:0This world will need scientific the output of this state. By Dewey L. Lawson morning Government so considcrato of Japan, 6:30; breakfast, 6:30-7:0- 0; Don't worry nhout that son, bro inc or whether our Government is mero-l- y parade, 7:00-9:3rest, 9:30-9:1- 5; An open sacriflco or deed 0y tlon general increase In tho produc-- , fanners lo feed tbo thousands of ther, or sweetheart. Ho is safe, and of natural gas In tho United hungry ones. polling something worth while, unsuspecting of the very obvi- drill, dinnor, 11:30-12:3-0; bravery usually wins applause. States In 1010 attributed Thero will bo n great demand somolhlng that will help him thru supper, ous dosigns of Japan. bike, (12 miles), 12:30-1:0- 0; ' Wo canonizo tho martyrs who do to an enormousIs expansion principally of cas for carpi-nlernnd civil engineers. lifo. Ho will act differently, look dif0; fled tbo world nnd died for their Jnc hend cnsoiinn in.iu.trv in the sunset parade, 4:30-0:3it is a thousand times moro n ual' The bridges, roads, nnd buildings ferently ann he a different man when dangerous lo tho United States to washed clothes, 6:30-8:3- 0; hot show- - beliefs; wo erect a slaluo lo tho man ural-ga- s nroduclna states nnd In n you see him next limo. Ho Is bound havo west Siboria fall into tho hands er, (3 milo walk), 8:30-9:1retire, who rushes into a flaming building greatly nugmented demand for natural will have to be reconstructed. Tho boys nod girls of this Nation lo take advantage of tho many 0; of Japan than to havo it in tho bands sweet dreams all night, and gives bis lifo in order that ens m fuel by Industries engaged In tho manufacture of munitions of wnr. can help fill this great demand by things here in tlio National Army. of tbo Bolshevik!, or even lo havo long. The Influence of this demand Is shown going to school and trying lo bc- - Opportunities aro. many it fall under tbo influcnco of tbo Wo havo no lender-fe- et in tbo Mm whn n.,i,iiou' .,.rinM. i.i. and ho will comn lilted. This is n time when lake advantago of them. Am- - Pleasures and ambilions for tbo good Gormans. Marino Corps. All we ns student should put forth our "What is to protect tho United cricans working for ono ultimate or his fcllowmen. not nssured that ho is all right. gns consumed, Its effect being sufficient greatest effort (o ncquiro knowledge. Hut if you don't wish to lake my Slates itself from tho attack which purpose Everything Is taken and Yet, after all, tho sacrifices which to lower the average price per d tho then great Oriental nation, cm- - executed with an inward smile, out heforo all others, and show sand cubic feet of all gas sold In 1010 Wo do not do our duly unless we do word for il. Just obsorvo him when this. Do your dulyl bracing China, Japan, Korea nnd Surely it would not do for Mr. Tay- - thoir doers to bo "mighty of heart. 1 Pcr ccnt ns compared with 1915. ho comas home. Thc Pnclpal beneficiaries of the may launch upon lor to fall in ranks with his sunshiny and mighty of mind." aro thoso ncr- wcslcrn Siberia, Vory truly yours, WHAT CAN WE DOl us. smile, for at onco an officer would, formed in secret, without bopo of lncreafu production of natural gas L. G. Crain. By Miss Grace Gordon "?.mc.1' ",'"!a' "Tlio war in Europe, hideous as it look him in tho face and say, "Wipo'any remuncralion. Tho man that "'.l Sg. !8th Co., Glli Tr. Ba In all of tho history of our Nntion, is, is merely a family quarrel com- - that d smile off your faco for take3 part in a heroic act before tho Blnia, California, nnd Louisiana, which Camp Taylor, Ky. pared to tho terriblo strugglo that you're hero to soldier." Wobavolots eyes of men is repaid in part by tho together consumed some 101000000. tho value of education has not been realized so much as in tho last fowl will somo day be fought to a finish of fun repealing what is said on the praise and respect of tho world; but 00 cubic feet more gas h 1010 than years; but its value has been little unlit for Iho army. between tho whilo and the yellow drill ground. ho who makes a great sacrifice for In 101S- Of the total volume of natural gas thought of, compared lo tlio real When tho War is over and all races for tho domination of the Wo will bo on tbo Island for a good cause, and has only himself world. twclvo weeks in training and after as a witness lo it, bas bis own real produced nnd consumed In 1910, It Is valuo it will bo lo Iho Nation of tho nations of tho world aro "Till, nnlv Tinlltna tnt Mm nnaM thnt viaiaw nn nno nnn nv whom wo ..'UVluu rf fining l.lo II M IT tr. IIU S"maiCU mai -- VKU,iUI,UUO .. CUbIC, when tho Wnr is ended. Wnlmn jt UUIIIfi II JO ,!.!., cleansed of their evil and selfishlimn iiu viiw wuia .w waa ,. , . , uuawu ""KIW " lJ k In tho soldier's life, as well ns ness, then, pcoplo will not only bo which count aro tho battles which will land. Most all our company mercinary reason. But ahovo all, tta others, they must rench tho stan- Interested in our own selfish nffaird, buvcu wiiko raes irom suDjugauon wants a trip 10 nui 1110 re- - no nas tnai aaueu teciing or closer average price of 23.C3 cents a thousand ny tho yollow races, and tho only port is no moro Marines In Franco; communion and friendship with cubic feet, and that tho renmlnlnc C9 dard of cfllcicncy boforo they can but will havo lo bo educated in tho thing or real Importance today is as for mo nothing would please mo GoJ, which is Infinitely greater than per cent, or 517,780,4S9,000 cubic feet, be useful in battle; and since our affairs of tho world. Tho reconstruc alion has seen fit to tako tho be-j- t tion will not bo tho reconstruction wns distributed to 13,278 Industrial the rescue of tho whilo racc3 from belter than a speedy trip to Franco, honor or praise. or our manhood Ibroughout tho of n nation, but wil bo of all tho consumers at an average price of sub- conditions which mako their Tho marines servo hoth on lnnd ACADEMY WINS FROM NORMAL I ..... r: . country lo establish Frc'edom for nations of tbo world, nnd you and I .! n i.i I i 11 (jaiiiu i.iuuuuy, 1110 AUauuiIiy cents a thousand, n... sua, tiuu 111 iiiu jutuiiuu i... iiiu j uiiuw luuus uii uvur it,. liiu iuiu. tho wliolo world, it has. naturally must be ablo lo do our part In solvpresent thero is a saying: "Join succeeded in breaking the wlnnin? siblo. At left behind tbo crippled, blind, and ing the problems that will take years 1110 greal problem witn wtilcli tuc Marines nna seo tno woria.".sircaK or tno Normal qulntetto. In' Stronaett Wood. tho wbito races havo lo deal Is the I rom all reports, wo aro tho super-- tbo first half tho scoro was very Lancowood Is said to be the strongs nfflicled to help lo carry on the nec- lo realize tbo results. If wo aro truo Americans wo owo inovilablo 'an irresponsible firro- - ior nart of tbo Navv. but wo do not closo and tho result verv uncertain, wt wood known: Its tensile streneth essary work of Iho Government at pressiblo?) conflict of tho whUo dress like Navy men. Our suits aro tho leading by only ono pJr "luaro Inch Is 23.000 poundsTthat home. All kinds of ofllcos in gov our country every moment of pur n.ui, rnjuin-- iu ernment work, in collego nnd in bus- - tlmo in lilting ourselves to bo of Air races with tho vcllow races fop thn different from anv I have ever seen, no nt. Tho Academy col In llincnm.. tear asunder a piece of It one Inch iness, must bo Hllod by tho women vice to our country, in tho nromo- dominion of the world. the last half and immediately showud square. and I like them very much; or by the men who aro physically lion of education among tho youth. Chester Parsons and I aro tbo tbat it was their 'game. Tho final Is it not time that tho whilo na- lions settled thoir quarrels among only Berca boys in tho Marines that scoro was 27 to 12 in favor of tho themselves and made preparations I know of. Chester is Company Bar- - Academy. This puts tbo Academy lo meet thoir ono real dangor, tho her in Company 71, and I nnd Normal oven in pcrccntago hav- menaco to Christianity, to Occiden- - pany Barber in Company 72. Wo ing won two and lost ono. Tho Voo lal standards and ideals, lo tho take caro of about 75 men 'each. Wo allonal and Collego play next, bav .whilo man's civilization, which tbo havo plenty to do. Wo get tbreo ing each won ono and lost ono. Tho constantly growing power and ag- - times tho pay of thc regualr prlvato Foundation brings up the rear, bav- grcssion of tbo yollow racos contin- - by boing harbors, nnd aro excused ing lost two, ually and increasingly threaten?" from all detail and guard duties. Tho Tlio Academy has an extraordi Aro tho abominable writings of regular Marino gets S30 per month nary good showing lo win tho sories ami ovcry student should como out Bornbardi, Troitscbko and tho wliolo and expenses, I took out tho 810,000 insurance and seo tlio noxt game. any moro cabal of damnablo and fundamentally do- - which costs mo about ?6 por month. 8lructivo than thoso quoted above? I don't know what I am worth alive, Decolorizing Carbons. Wlieroin docs tho doctrlno of "wbito but my total valuo dead It 811.000. English experimenters have at least raco superiority" differ in arro- - Daddie may wish for mo to die. ha, partially discovered the secret proc- eases used In the manufacture of ganco from tbat of a "Toutonio su- - ha I npinll.vr Ami l llin l.r.inH nf Thn Y. M. fi. A. Is'.lnlnir n cTftal German and Dutch decolorizing car- Christianity of which tho last par- - work for tho Marines, nnd without, uuua lur l"e BUBUr ngrapb speaks a religion peculiar tho "Y" wo would almost go Insane, lo tho whito raco and Us God par- - The timo when wo nro tho bluest, Wo'vo fought in every climo and licularly concerned in their victory tho "Y" calls us down for somo placo bomo-lik- o entertainment, over tho world? Whero wo could tako a gun. Mnny other things I could- say In tbo snow of far-o- ff Shall Americans complacently let northern this doctrino run its courso until it about tbo U. S. M. C., but I will givo lands, plunges tho world Into nnotbor you a summaryof tbo Marino Corps And in sunny tropic scones, in our 6ong: ocean of blood? You find us always on tho Job, Tho Iran nntldnln fnr fill nntnnn Tho United Stales Marines. SARCASTIC CARLOTTA CRONUS is a campaign of education promot- - From 1,10 ,m,ls of Montezuma 573 Pounds Milk and 19 Pounds Butter In Seven Day . T U'0 shore3 of Tripoli; From tbo year of 1779 lo 1017 inir fair doallna-- linnnst Hliilnmnnls our Country'P battles Wo'vo fought our Country's. battles of facts and constructive lceisla- - Wo During tho recent test of tlio tbreo produced 2,118 pounds of milk val- four land S On tho sea. In every war between. linn. Wn aliouli! rnmnvA Ihn lmmll- times a day under tbo strict And if wo aro calloj to cross tho seas cows, mentioned in thoso columns ued at $18.71. supervision of Supervisor of Tosls, latine conditions wn nnw Imnnsn nn- - Admiration of tho Nation, somo timo ago, wo aro glad to give Betsey Allen DoKol in tbo samo P. K. Bacon of tbo In this her latest strife, on Aslnilo.s. Tv onMi mMiirii Wo'ro tbo finest ovor seen Stato University, Eaoh man will gladly faco tho foo tho record of each as well as tlio period produced 420.3 pounds of who weighed and look samples of America nan win thn ennrf. An(1 w ehHT in tho title picturo of tho record breaker, lo milk and 15.018 pounds of fat or 1'J each milking and put them through And proudly givo his lifo. will of Asiatics and mako of tho al- - Tho Un,led Slalcs Marino, Carlotta Cronus and tho en- - pounds of bultor. n Babcoek testing macbino for tbo leged "yollow peril" a golden op- - From Iho Pest Hall of Cavito, Hero's health to you and to our crgotlo and onthuslasllo hordsman, Aoggio Gerbon Maid, in tbo two bultor fat. ponuniiy ior 1110 pracuco or gen- - To tho ditch at Panama; corps Simon Muncy, whoso untiring of- year old class, produced 333,r Tbo great good that this tost has uino uirisuamty. You will find them verv nnodv Which wo aro proud to acrvo. forts havo brought out this lino rec- - pounds of milk and 11.500 pounds of dono, from nn educational point for Of Marines. That's what wo nro, In many a strlfo wo havo fought for. ord. fat or 14.1 pounds of butter. tho Students of Borca Collego, Is apNew Thermometer. Woro tho watch dogs of a plio of lifo Sarcastio Carlotta Cronus broko This ollloial lost put theso tbreo parent. Thoy havo tho privilege Thermometers havo been Invented I coal And never lost our nervo. tbo Stalo record for milk by two cows on tbo advanced registry. of seolng a by a Kentucky physician on which the Or wn Hh n mnirnilnn. cow that has producod If tbo Army and Iho Navy gallons pcr day in tho soven days; Thoso records aro not wondorful hut ten gallons of milk por day. f.C our Joblot aro quite manifold Ever lo k on Heaven scenes in which timo alio produced 573 thoy nro good. Berca Collego Dairy Visitors aro wolcomo at tho dairv ' Who would not bo a Marino? They will find tho stroets aro guard- - pounds of milk and 15311 pounds of now ranks among tho r.L" best of tho barn whon tho process of milking Is ture Is reached. 102 I Our flag's unfurled lo ovory broozoL,1 going on with tho "Sharnlcss Mo- Pullfr fat ormonth pounds of butter, Stalo on milk production. I During 0 UnIted s""08 Marines. tho of January sho Theso cows woro fod and milked chanioal Milkor." Scolngis bollovlng. From dawn lo sotting sun. 1915-10-17 yt-a- hu. 2 - .i ir T , "Zl 1 1 i.. 1 MSiSJ f" 0; 0; 9:15-11:3- 0; s 1:00-4:3- G; 5; 9:15-10:0- ed TSJLZ thou-stan- TZtlt I o2flm dmicamnlt t,.t! hi ,.i Aca-lom- y Berea College Dairy Breaks State Record - In-li- ne- Sar-cast- - IffftAJi?i2L 1 1 February 7, 1018, THE CITIZEN Ocrmnn soldier on tho enstern front: "Russlnn Polnnd, December 18, '14. "In the nnmo of Christianity I send you tlicio words. "Wounded Russlnns ore killed with tlm bnyonet nccordlng to order. "And Russians who hnvo surrender- led nro often nlint down In mnssos ac- ,cor,,lnB to onic, in, spito of their MAKING NO BONES ABOUT IT. W-rtfj- l Pago Three. GERMANS EXCUSE ATROCIOUS ACTS ' The town's champion liar hnd Just fallen on the pavement, nnd they had carried him to tho corner drug storo He If! Murder, Pillage and Arson Part of Deliberate Scheme of Warfare. HIGH OFFICERS GO ON RECORD No Possible Evasion of Responsibility tor Bestial Act Which for Centu rlea Have Had No Parallel Officially Indorsed. , The people of the United States are beginning to learn the truth con cerning the conduct of the uar bu Germany. Proof u offered that German officials deliberately lied in ineir statements canccrnma atroci ties committed by the Belgians and allies. That their own soldiers were disgusted' by the cruelties practice at the order of high officers of the kaiser is shown. Extracts taken from pamphlets issued follow: i The Vorwncrts of Ilcrlln, October 22, "Wo hnvo nlrcady been oblo to establish the falseness of n griMt number of assertions which hnvo been mndo with "rent precision nnd published everywhere In tho press, concerning alleged cruelties committed, by tho popu lations of the countries with which Oermnny Is at wnr, upon Gcsmnn sol diers nnd civilians. We nre now In po sition to silence two others of theso fnntnstlc stories, "I'ho wnr correspondent of tho IJtx-llnTngcblntt spoke n few weeks ago of clears nnd cigarettes filled with powder alleged to hnvo been Riven out or sold to our soldiers with dlnbollcnl Intent lie even pretended thnt ho hnd seen with his own eyes handrcds of this kind of cigarettes. Wo learn from an authentic source that this story of cigars and cigarettes Is noth'og but brnzen Invention. Stories of soldiers whose eyes arc alleged to hnve been torn out by frnncs-tlreur- s nro clrculnt rd throughout Oermnny. Not a single case of this kind has been olllclalty es tablished. 1I I, fmld cr "It mntters little that reports of this nnturo henr nn nppenranco of positive certitude, or arc even vouched for by The desire for notoriety, tho absence of criticism, and personnl error piny nn unfortunate pnrt In tho dnys In which wo nro living. Every nose shot off or simply bound up, every eye removed, s. Is Immediately transformed Into n nose or eye torn nwny by the frnncs-tlreurAlrcndy the Volkszcltung of Cologne hns been nblc. contrary to the very categorical nsscr-lion- s from to provo that there was no soldier with his eyes torn out In the field ambulance of this town. It was snld, also, that people wounded In this way were under treat' ment In tho uclghborh' A of Berlin, but whenever Inquiries hnve been mnde In regnnl to these reports, their abso lute falsity hns been demonstrated. At length these rrports were concentrated at uross LichterfeUIe. A newspnper published nt noon nnd widely clrcti Intod In Berlin printed n few dnys ngo In Inrgc type the news thnt at the Lazaretto of I.lchterfeldc alone there were 'ten Oennnn soldiers, only slight ly wounded, whoso eyes hnd been wick edly torn out.' Hut to n request for Information by Comrade Llcbknccht the following written reply was nent by the chief medical o'llcer of the d field hospltnl, dnted tho eighteenth of the month: "Sir: Hnpplly there Is no truth nbove-mentlone- whatever In these stories. and swamps: "It was frightful, as theso mnsscs of humnn beings wero o driven to destruction. Above tho thunder of tho cannon could be heard tho cries of tho Russians: 'O Prusslnnsl O Prussians 1' but thero was no mercy. Our cuptnln had ordered: The wholo lot must die; so rapid fire.' As I have henrd, flvo men nnd ono ofllcer on our side went mad from theso cries. But most of my comrades and the officers Joked ns tho unarmed and helpless Russians shrieked for mercy while they were being suffocated In the swamps nnd shot down. Tho order wns: 'Close up nnd at It harder I' For days afterwards tboso yells followed mo and I dare not think of them or I shall go mad. There Is no God, there Is no morality and no ethics any more. Thero are no human beings any more, but only beasts. Down with militarism. man, "If you are a truth-lovinplenso receive theso lines from a common Prussian soldier." Following Is the testimony of auother hcnrt-rendlntcr-riblhcnrt-rcmllng heart-rending heart-rending g 'Yours obediently, PROFESSOR It AUTENRERO,' " German Soldiers Protested. Thus the tenchlngs of the Ocrmnn Wnr Book nnd of tho German apostles of frlghtfnlness, suspicion nnd hatred, hnd now begun to henr their natural fruit. Hut tho vol co of protest was not entirely silent. A considerable number of letters by Oennnn soldiers who wero shocked by tho Ocrmnn ntrocltles wero sent to Ambassador Gerard, because ho was tho representative or tho United States, tho lending ncutrnl nntlon. Tho threo letters which follow, In trnnslntlon, were received by tho American ambassador from German soldiers. Here Is .the protest of n Ocrmnn soldier, nn of the slnughter of Itusslnn soldiers In tho Mnsurlnn lakes AR upon tho horizon towered under direction of President Estrada the twin volcanoes of Atltlnn, Cabrera. Tho president, who Is a patheir dark flanks wreathed In tron of all the arts, has vigorously whlto masses of cloudllko spark pushed tho manunl training and tech"Whnt Is thnt doing here?" nsked ling fields of snow. Tho cones, thou- nical schools. They nre to bo found sands of feet above, stood out sharply throughout the settled portions of tho the colonel. Education Is compulsory. Nobody knew. Tho colonel wns ogalnst tho deep bluo vault of the republic. about to mnkc nn exnmlnntlon when tropic skies. For flvo days wo hnd Electric lights nnd puro wntcr piping nre Installed In nil communities of any right. shells begnn to burst nbout him nnd been riding to them through tho hlghlnnds of Guatemala, a size. The telegraph system Is admirahe nnd others who were present sought "A SOLDIER AND A MAN WHO IS mnrvclous Innd of fragrant pine for- ble; I sent ten words ISO miles for 7 NO BARBARIAN." cover. About ten o'clock thnt night Colo ests, flowers, singing birds, broad cents (American currency), a much Socialists Oppose System nel B bethought himself of the winding roads, and fertile fields of lower rate thnn prcvnlls In the United Many of the Oennnns, ns hns been burlnl box thnt he had seen nnd begnn wheat and corn cultivated by hundreds Stntes or most other countries. Tho alrcndy Indicated, do not believe the to wonder how It could hnvo come to of thousands of Industrious Indlnns, telegraph, cducntlonnt, postnl nnd minreports of the ntrocltles committed by bo on the bnttlefleld. It occurred to writes Hamilton M. Wright In tho ing laws were personally formulated the Bclglnn civilians and refuse to nc- him thnt there hnd been some stupid- Bulletin of the Union. by President Cnbrern, who Is a Jurist cept the system of frlghtfnlness. The ity on the pnrt of ono under his com- And many pueblos wo hnd passed, ly- of extraordinary nttnlnments. The Vorwncrts, the lending soclnllst pnper, mand nnd if the general should run ing on tho rolling bosom, of the cool pollco system Is excellent I havo which hns n very wldo clrclo of rendncross It, there would be some unpleas- table-Innd- s with their schools nnd tem- never seen nn Intoxicated person In ers, hns opposed the policy of ant criticisms. The colonel, calling ples to Mlnervn, goddess of wisdom, tho republic. Ono can travel In any All honor to Its editors who his orderly, a strapping son of Erin, nnd their white mission buildings and portion of It unnrmcd. Concreto hns hnve so courageously opposed the pow- Every community worked wonders. d towtold him about the burial box and or- churches from whoso erfrl mllltnry nutlwrltyl Its editorial. dered him to go out nnd bring It In. ers the pealing bells summoned the de- hns Its public concrete washing plnco entitled "Our Toes," published August "Mike," he snld in conclusion, "If you vout Indians to prayer. Almost with- where tho women mny wash their 2.1, 1011, reads as follows: find a corpso In It you needn't bring out sensing a change of scene wo had clothes and to which water Is often "Whnt should one sny when even the corpse with you ; dump It out and plunged into the quiet depths of a piped a great dlstnnce. such nn orgnn ns tho Deutsches bring the box." Descendants of the Mayas, giant forest, dark after tho brilliance expresses Its sympnthy with The Clgnr Denier I enn recommend "Aye, nye, sir," replied Mike, salut-luof tho tropical sun, where mighty trees The people of tho hlghlnnds, except n demnnd thnt 'the bensts' who nro theso clgnrs. nnd departed on his errand. He roseee the stately pillars of a enthed-rn- l, In tho Inrgcr towns, nre mostly Intnken ns frnncs-tlreur- s should not be The Customer Glvo me some of the hnd not far to go nor hnd he nnythlng to find upon emerging thnt a turn dians, who nre believed to be descend killed, but only wounded so thnt they kind you smoke. to fenr, for the Germnn lines wcr of the road trought In view n pano-rnm- n ed pnrtly or wholly from the nnclent mny then be left to n fate 'which makes several hundred yards distant and of 200 miles of magnificent moun- Mnyns. I hnd rend thnt the fnces upon any help Impossible?' Or whnt should Unwise. there were the renialns of scrub trees tain country, forests, plains, tho silver the existing obelisks nnd monuments) we sny when tho Deutsches Offizler-Illn- tt Tour right to blow your horn may be between them nud the Americans. glint of lnkcs nnd streams, and vol- often bore n striking resemblance to A fact beyond dispute; stntes thnt ' punitive destrucThere was a moon but most of the canic cones two miles high enshrouded the countenances of the Indians, of toDut It's not wise, to say the least. tion even of whole regions' ennnot time It wns covered by clouds. Mlko In turbans of fog. day. The statement I found verified To eo upon a toot. full recompense- for tho bones of n wns not long In ranking out nn oblong I Such is Guatemala, land of majestic In the monuments nt Qulrlgun. Of nil single murdered l'oinernnlnn grennwhich being made of newly plained contrasts, of unwonted, nlmost nppall- - tho prehistoric races of tho Amerlcnn Ingratitudes. dler?' Those nre tho deslrrsof blood "do you regnru republics as un wood wnsvory light In color. lng surprises. Hero Is ono of tho splen hemisphere the Mayas were among tha thirsty fnnntlcs nnd we nro thoroughly j grateful?" Ho paused nnd looked at It There did show plnces of the world. Far most advanced. They had progressed nsnnmcu or ourselves necause it is "Such historical reading ns I hnvo was no braver soldier In the American from tho beaten path of most tourists so far In mechanics thnt they were possible that there arc people nmong done," replied Scnntor Sorghum, "does army than Mike O'Donohuo when n Its wonders aro "becoming better nblo to move rocks weighing 20 tons us who urge such things." or moro over grent distances. Thes not lend mo to think so. Sometimes renl, live, flesh nnd blood enemy was known. "Barbarism," Declares Vorwaerts. they nre only naturally resentful of encountered, but Mike bad no stomach j Below lay cities with their public possessed a considerable amount 3 ror a corpse uint mignt race mm wiui squares nnd white churches, fields of written lore, anil represented sounds being persistently On the following day, August wild ghostly eyes, and through whom yellow grain llko golden patches of In their hieroglyphics. Their carvings 1014, the Vorwaerts returned to tho a bullet might be sent without ef- light In the crystal-clea- r attack In nn editorial "Against Bnr- The Ambitious Bride. atmosphere of human beings or animals had been bnrlsm. Hill Hello I Homo from your fect Beforo approaching further he !0f the highlands, huge dark masses of developed beyond the profile stage of determined to discover whether or not forcst, nnd beyond, extending their the Egyptians. "One might, In tho first honeymoon trip nlrcady? there was a corpso In tho box. We found that many of tho Indians Gill Oh, yes. plnce, possibly believe thnt such n de thousands of spurs and flanks,, rose "Come out o that, ye Spalpeen," "Rather short, wasn't It?" mnnd for a bloody vengeance ngnlnst the prodigious Cordilleras. To the left wo met upon the road had but n limitnlleged Ilclglnn outrages "Oh, yes. My new wlfo seemed ho snld. "I know ye're there. Come the penks of Atltlnn towered to tho ed knowledge of Spanish. Fnther Gar cmnnntes from a single dlsense-rnckcbrain; rather anxious to get homo nnd try out, I sny, before I put a bullet Into I heuvens, mnjestlc, symmetrical, recall- cla of Naguala Is authority for the ing In their perfect contour the famed statement that there nre now, 27 dlf but It appears thnt whole groups her cooking on me." Yonkers Stntcs- - yo with my revolver." To Mike's horror the lid of tho box Fujiyama of Japan. fcrent dialects spoken nmong these among certain classes who represent innn. was raised nnd by tho moon he saw a people. Rev. Father Rossbach of To German kultur want to Indulge In or Lake Atltlan and Volcanoes. pale face peer out nnd a voice snld: gies of hnrbnrlsm nnd to devise n Her Mean Friends. It was moro than a half day's ride tonlclpan has 40,000 Indlnns In his "Don t shoot, my friend, I surrend He So you refuse to be married on wholo system for tho purpose of or from this point before we came to parish. He did not know, he said, of er." a more devout or moral race. They, Friday. Are you superstitious? . ganizing 'a wnr of revenge Mlko stood trembling like a lenf. He Godlncs crest and beheld, 3,000 feet be- nre, too, a picturesque people. The She No, but a lot of my girl friends Such "Whnt of law nnd custom wns tempted to turn and run but he low us, the deep blue waters of Lake men, with their loose, thoughts do not stir n 'great nntlon.' nre, nnd they would sny I only con ho Atltlan, and on Its opposite shores, risThus In n lending nrtlclo of the Ber- sented to n Frldny wedding becnusc It shrank from fnclng his colonel if un- ing sheer a mile to a mllo and one-ha- Jackets, plaid skirts, sturdy baro legs weave, liner Neueste Nnchrlchtcn, the de- was my Inst chnnce."-t-Bosto- n Eve did. He stood his ground but wns above the surfneo of the lake. and flat straw hats of home able to articulate a word. Tho mnn oi mnnd Is mnde thnt nil the nuthorltles ning Transcript. seven great volcanoes, of which tho strangely resemble tho nntlves In the box threw off the ltd nnd snt up. o, In Brussels one, the second burgnmns-te- r. two known as Atltlan are tho most northern Japan, The women lend "I go mlt you to der rear," said the touch of vivid color to every country Is generously excepted should be A Lost Friend. wonderful. Immediately sol red nnd subjected to Tm up against It I like Brown corpse. corpse got out of tho box and Lako Atltlan, Itself a vast crater side. n They wear richly hued gulplls, Tho trlnl In order to expiate the wrongs very much, but I sco no way now to waists of purple cloth, em lake 27 miles In greatest length and 12 advanced toward Mike. which, according to fragmentary and avoid losing his friendship." with red and gold patterns, miles wide, Is a remarkable body of bellished snshes extending from the Tho Imagination Is capablo of work highly uncertain reports, were snld to nnd "What's the matter?" water. Rev. Father Garcia of NagUala. wnlstwith below tho knees, wound hnve been committed by the people. to "Ho has asked mo to lend him ing wonders. Mike saw plumb through a graduate of the University of Rome, 6omewUnt t, htl They demnnd thnt the enptured city money. If I rcfuso he'll hato me the figure. f permltt,ng free,. D " nnd ono who has given enthusiastic "I nm not armed," said the ghost. should Immediately pay a fine of GOO, If I lend It to him I shall hate him.". dom of the limbs. Tho statement put courage Into fitudy to tho meteorplogy of the region, 000.000 murks; thnt nil stores of the j Two Attractive Cities. Mike. He pulled himself together and Informed me that officlnl soundings of conquered territory bo requisitioned COMMON ENEMIES. Totonlclpan, In tho northwest pnr was nbout to return to tho colonel this Inko give an extreme depth of without pnylng tho Inhabitants a single with his prisoner when ho remem more than 1,000 feet Its surfaco Is of tho republic, which we reached from penny for them." bered Hint his orders were to bring 0,000 feet above tho level of tho sea. tho Peten region, lies at an altitude of Vorwaerts In Protest back tho box and leave Its contents. Its waters teem with trout with which 8,300 feet nbovo sea level. Around lt Threo yenrs Inter, August 20, 1017, Go bnck," ho said, "and get your It has been stocked and, while walking on all sides but the west rlso thoTTSl'iJ cltjj tho Vorwncrts quoted the following coffin. "Ye'ro no good ycrself; tho upon Its sandy beach near Pannjnchel, of great hills. It Is a passage from tho Deutsche Tageszel-tung- : we snw great schools of smaller flsh of 18,000 population with attractive; coffin'Il serve for another corpse." Tho prisoner shouldered the box and and not a few of tho larger. Into Its shops nnd fine churches and publld All about nro vegetable, "Wo hnvo n ring of polltlclnns who shores plunge the volcanic hills, often buildings. the two returned to tho colonel. gardens, grain fields and numerousilN hold thnt might mnkes right "Colonel," said Mike, saluting, "I've In precipitous, forested hogbacks, who despise tho forces of brought ye the box ; I didn't think ye'd often In steeply sloping wheat fields, chords. Wero It not for the lofts tho Inner life nnd believe that they want mo to leave tho corpse, becauso or again ending In mile-hig- h cliffs of mountains nearby, the North Amerlj must cllmtnnto nil ethical points of bright red sandstone or perpendicular can hero might fancy himself In the It's alive." view . , . from foreign nnd 6ocInl The colonel much astonished, called walls marked by the slate grays and central part of New York state. politics. For them, Oermnny of the on the prisoner to explain. purplish hues of volcanic ash. Such From Totonlclpan a fino road leads present nnd of tho futuro Is tho coun"You see, colonel, ven der vnr broke nro tho walls of Lako Atltlnn, often west for IS miles to Quctzaltenango. try of the Krupps nnd Borslgs, of the ouet I vas In New Yarck," snld tho called Lnko Pnnnjachel, painted by mo scconu largest city In Guatemala, Zeppelins nnd tho Any Iden prisoner, "and I comt to Shermnny to naturo In her most glorious, riotous distinguished by Its Imposing publld nf a connection between politics nnd fight for do Vatcrland. Veil, ven you colors, and rivaling even the famed edifices, beautiful plaza and fine bust-humorals Is rejected nnd any reference comt ouet to attack us today, nnt I of tho Grand Canyon of Arizona, ness structures. Thero nro six good to tho right of a moral method of con hotels In Quctzaltenango and, although saw do Stnra nnd Stripes I could not Fine Mountain Highways. sideration Is ridiculed as delusion nnd --T bellevo mlno eyes, I vas so astonished. Some splendid roads have been built tno clt? 19 35 mIles fron tho railroad sentimentality." I didn't know veddcr I vas a Sherman In tho neighborhood tho lake. One nt Bfln Eellpo, they enjoy a brisk pa First Bystnnder (watching two men or an Amerlcnn, 'Meln Oott,' I snld, of them, broad andofsweeping, leads tronnge. The Oermnn officers wero provided with tho forms to bo used In terror- fighting) Cun't somebody pnrt them? 'dnro Is mlno frlent, Herman Houck, irom l'anajacliel on tho southeast mo stngo road to San Felipe Is ono Bystnnder Keep Second buck I who Ilfcd next door to mo In Atne.-Jcn izing the conquered people. Tho shores of Atltlan to tho plcturesquo ' of tho scenic highways of the world. Is an lecninn nnd How can I shoot Herman? But If I pueblo soldiers wero provided with Don't lntcrfero One of Solnln, which Is perched on In 33 miles It drops moro than one mile phrase books which would enable them tho other Is In the coal combine. May-b- don't shoot my frlents my captain vlll mountain bluffs thousands of feet and skirts tho flanks of Mount Sunta they'll b6th get hurt to Impose their will upon the terrified shoot me.' Shust den a bullet grazed above. Tho road Is blasted from rocky Maria, ono of tho most plcturesquo of people. Minister Brand Whltlock In my sleeve.. I fell on de ground and cliffs and Its sides and walls are, lit-- 1 the Central .American volcanoes. his report to tho stato department on pretended to bo dead. After a vile erally. of granite. It Is a remnrkahlo More than this: In a few brief hours The doctors all save Jenkins up, September 12, 1017, writes: n vngon comt by londcd vith coffins, piece of construction accomplished by it plunges from tho pine-clatemper Ho cannot live, said they. "Tho Oermnn soldiers wero provld nnt dropped ono of them goen ofer one of tho generals of President Ca ato zono Into tropical Jungles of a Then Jenkins save the doctor up ed with pliniso books giving alternate sncu noie. ven uo urtun- - com- - brcra's nrmy. So steen Is th mni luxurianco that baffles description. And he's alive today. menecu again l got into uo corren ror that cascades fnll nt Its verv oil translation In German and French of nn.i Hero Is a forowortd. Pradieimm i.nr.i such sentences as: prodectlon. Now you haf do story, their waters are borne beneath It by woods with branches rising from clear Couldn't Harm the Dog. you shouldn't hug that nnt I am your brlsoner." "Tommy, "'Hands up.' (It Is tho very first culverts. As It skirts the irlirantle boles 60 to 100 feet above tha enrth ara dog." sentence In tho book.) "Orderly," said tho colonel, "call bluffs, tho traveler obtains entrancing hung with elant creeDors like enor. "Why not?" 'Tnfrv nil nil ihn ftirnltnrrt. uiu. curpunu oi ao guuru. visions or tne laKe and of the many mous serpents. Clusters of orchids " 'I am thirsty. Bring mo some beer, "Fleas." Tno corporal was called and when villages upon Its shores. cling to tho branches or crevices of gin, rum. "Oh. that's nil right He's got 'em ho arrived the colonel ordered him All tho highland country Is densely trees or hang suspended from trailing "You havo to Bupply-barrel of already." Boston Evening Transcript to take the prisoner to where the oth- - populated ; at least all that portion vines. Skeins of gray moss beard tha wine and a keg of beer. er prisoners were held, and to direct which lies between Guatemala City trees. Treo ferns, giant palms and ex"'Lend mo to tho wealthiest InhabiSounds Good. that he be treated well. Ho was also and Quetzal tcnango, tho second city otic flowers aro features of a Junglo village. I havo orders to tants of this "What's your dog hanging arouna ordered to lunEo It known that though of the republic. The mountains nre which, at times, one can only penetrate requisition several barrels of wine. with that expectant look for?" the prisoner loved the Fatherland he intensively cultivated up to a height with a machete. In a few hours by, " 'Show us tho way to . If you "He heard you say something about couia nor nre on ma inenaa iron or aimst 10,000 feet Fine schools have the nuto stugo tho traveler has ilmijej n lead us .astray, you will be shot.' leaving a bonus." America. been built In the pueblos and cltlaa Into a different world. com-plnln- nnd called tho doctor. A few minutes' exnmlnntlon revealed the fact that his leg had been broken. Regaining con sclousness, ho nsked tho doctor, "How Is It, doc? Am I hurt pretty bad?" I (.III JMHl'IB "Well," "In. tho hopo thnt you, ns the reprc-- "It might returned tho medical roan bo worse, but I think that sentntlvo of n Chrlstlnn stnte, will you hnvo broken your fibula." protest ngnlnst this, I sign myself, "Oh, no, doc," groaned tho Injured "A GKttMAN SOLDIEH AND CUIUS-TIAN.- " one, "don't sny thnt" And he swooned awny, never to revive. The third letter, from the western front, shows tho snmo horror of the On Safe Qround. system of which tho writer was a wit' They Inquired about his trip abroad, ness. IIo began enthusiastically, but stopped "To tho American Government, short Wnshlngton, U. S. A. , "11ns everyono hero been to Eur "Englishmen who hnve surrendered ope?" nro shot down In smnll groups. With "No." tho French ono Is more consldcrnte. I t "well, then I can speak freely."- nsk whether men let themselves bo Christian Register. tnken prisoner In order to ho nnd shot down nfterwnrd? Is A Sad Distrust thnt chlvnlry In bnttlc? It Is nn longer "A dog Is mon's faithful friend." n secret nmong the people; ono henrs "Perhaps,", commented Miss Cny everywhere thnt few prisoners arc enne; "nnd It mny be, nfter they are shot down In smnll tho doggie doesn't talk about all, thift taken; you be groups. They sny nnlvcly: 'We don't hind your back merely for tho reason wnnt nny unnecessary mouths to feed. that he Incjjs the power of artlculn t, Where there Is no one to enter tion." there Is no Judge.' Is there then no power In the world which, enn A DIFFERENCE. o put nn end Jo these murders nnd ? tho victims? Whcro Is Whcro Is right? Might Is res-cuChris-tlnnlty- Couldn't Shoot His Friend By OSCAR COX ft (Copyright, HIT, Wtiltrn Nwitpr Union.) chargo nnd countcr-chnrg- o In France, tho American troops being engaged with. the Germans. All day this see-sawent on nnd townrd evening tho field wns covered with dend nnd wounded Americans nnd At Intervals In the fighting tho Amerlcnn nmbulnnce corps undertook to bring In some of the wounded, nnd attempts hnd even been mndo to bury tho dend. Just beforo dnrk Colonel II , who wns traversing the field, espied one of those receptncles In which tho Amerlcnn troops bury their dead. What kind of a receptacle Is used depends upon circumstances. Some- I, llmno miivii IllliU I. tiiiiu lui uil nu- l. .. Bil presslve funeral It Is n coffin; sometimes when the nmiles are active It Is n rough box, nnd there nre occasions when tho dend re shoveled Into trenches without nt.y covering what-eve- r. Ocr-mnn- s. There was View of lake Atltlan. F fright-fulnes- s. thick-walle- g, 'nf-fo- rd , d 1 open-sleeve- d lf I home-wove- I well-pave- d (Mncht-polltlkcr- ), , com-mo- o. 1 d J THE CITIZEN SALE FOR BEREA GRADED SCHOOL TAX Tho School Lunch hu grown o I, or somo one, for me, will on popular Ihal llio demand for Monday, March f, 1918, being counly FROM A PUBLIC SCHOOL NOTES E. F, Disney, Principal February 7, 1018. LOCAL PAGE NEWS 01' UEKEA AND VICINITY, GATHERED VARIETY OF SOURCES It.tuues hns somctlmei oulurown (ho imply. Tho new largo mallcablo rango will keep pace with tho demand for t.v. court day, between tho hours of 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. in front of tho court Ijouso In Richmond, Ky., sell llio following properly to satisfy the lax due tho Herea Graded School of Bcrea, Ky., for 1917: L. A. Watkins, Collector. K. E. Brorkman csUilo, I lot... $17.1 1 5.C9 Vernio Collins, I loU 1.8! M. G. Crews, lot J. II. Click, I lot B.Bo F, L. Droughou, I lot 2.03 Durham & Alcorn, 1 lot 1.(59 Mary French, I lot 1.09 l'erlln & Knuckles, I lot Mrs. Lena Holcombe, I lot.... 3.75 3.75 Polly Howard, I lot 7.5(5 W. S. Johnson, I lot 3.13 Cathern B. Jones, I lot Mrs. John Kilhurn, I lot. 4.W R. M. Monro, I lot 3.75 H. A. Preston. I lot 3.iS 8.3(1 I. 11. Pitts, I lot 8.57 Dave Pullins, I lot 1 Teach Your Boy the Value of a Bank Account. 'hie Dean & Stafford REAL ESTATE Bank & Trutt Blag. Bcrea, Ky. Best Blacksmithing Scientific horso shooing, fine Iron work nnd rcpolrs of all descriptions nt llio College Blacksmith Shop, Main Street, north of Tho Citlion ad. Ofllce. Wo SKLL hats and soil them Mrs. Laura Jones. right. ad. suf- Miss Grace Corticlius has bden rnoro than a week at tho homo of .Mr. and Mrs. 0. T. Spencer on Kslill street. She is improving slowly. Mrs. G. T. Spencer returned from tho homo of her brother, W.T.Balo, or Morrislown, Tcnn., whero sho was called by telegram on account of the serious illness oOIrs. Bales. Doctor Porter is confined to his homo with lagrippo and has been suffering not a little. Mr. Oilman cf Cincinnati is taking his work in tho drug storo during his absence. Mr. and Mrs. Ilobcrt Cochran, Jr., entertained in their new homo on Richmond Pike, whero they have just moved, Mr. and Mrs. Evcrott Sandlin, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Corn-eliso- n, of Richmond. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cochran, Jr., wcro visiting Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Rit-t- er tho first of tho week. Lieut. William Dean, of Camp Taylor, was a wclcomo visitor on tho Campus Friday and Saturday. Ray St. Clair of the Army Y.M.OA. work at Camp Oglethorpe, Ga., was a Berea visitor last week. House for rent and some lots for Ad, sale. Dr. S. R. Baker. R. R. Rector, Farm Foreman of Lincoln Memorial Institute, stopped over hero for a tour of inspection of the school plant on his return from Columbus, 0., where ho attend ed tho Farmers' Week session of lectures. S.-I- I. Wilds, of Columbus, S. C, arrived in Bcrea for some practical work in the industrial lino beforo returning to his field of labor in Africa, whero ho Is associated with tho Rev. and Mrs. H. M. Washburn in the work of evangelization. Salesman Wanted to solicit or dors for lubricating oils, greases and paints. Salary or commission. Address the Harvey Oil Company, Ad. 32. Cleveland, 0. Glenn Phelps of A. C. 21, Douglas, Ariz, has been suffering from a nee cssary operation on his foot while at Fort Bliss, Tex., and was trans ferred with his company to the lat tor station on a stretcher. Justus Jackson, who is attending tne wiiour it. smiui business uoi lege at Lexington, has been visiting homcfolks for a few days. Misses Maymo nnd Beruico Black spent tho week-en- d with their aunl, Mrs. J. H. Jackson. Roy C. Jackson and Miss Bertha Muller wero married in Toledo, 0, December 12, 1917. Thoy are visiMni; the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. ,T. II. Jackson. J. H. Jackson was with homcfolks this week. Mrs. Mary J. Duncan fell on ico last Tuesday, bruising her hip and probably breaking the bone. Sho is confined to her bed. Smith Gentry, son of Mrs. D. W. Jackson, has gono to Lexington to enter Smith's Business College. Mrs. D-- . W. Jackson entertained a number of relatives to dinner Tuos-da- y in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Roy C. Jackson, of Moronci, Mich. Bert Coddington loft Tuesday for Miami, Fla., whero ho will recupor- ato for somo time. A. M. Clark of Perry County paid his family a short visit tho last of tho week, returning to his business Monday. " Roy C. Jackson of Moronci, Mloh , camo Sunday for a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Jackson on Chostnul street. E. T. Fish and son, Lony, spent several days of last weok in Lexington attending tho agricultural meet ings. Mrs. Nannie Brannaman of Chestnut street returned homo Friday from hor son's, Charlos Adams at Flanigan, S. D. Johnson and family havn moved Into thoir now homo on Chestnut streot. Joo Bender of Richmond has boen visiting in town. Mr. and Mrs. Hudspeth have been vlsltinff tholrf son, Llout. Ralph Hudspeth, at Camp Taylor. fering for The Progress Club met at tho homo of Mrs. F. E. Mathcny Iat Thursday afternoon. Miss Addio Fish left Friday for New York City, to study Ihc spring styles for tho Easier bonnets. Scott T. McGuiro left Monday for Louisville on business. S. R. Baker left Tuesday for Louisville. Miss Bertha King, who was unable to teach at Barbourvillo last week on account of tho high stage of the water there, spent from Wednesday until Sunday in Bcrea with her mother. C. D. Lakes of Ravenna was veiling in Bcrea at the first of tho week. Corp. Henry A. Ritlcr, of Camp Taylor, made a brlof visit to Borca al the ilrsl of tho week. Miss Hester Hayes, of tho Foundation Department, left last week for her homo in Sims, III. Miss Ruth Bickncll, of tho College Department, was ill at her homo at the latter part of the week with tonsllltis. Misses Lou and Irene Elliott spent several days of last week in Bcrea with their sister, Grace They had recently completed their schools In Roekrastlo County and were on their way homo to McKinney. County Agent Spcnco attended the Slate Farmers' Meeting held at Lexington last week. E. R. East, after Spending two weeks at his homo in Wayne County, and taking the examination for selective draft, returned to his work in the Collego Printing Department to await his call. Mrs. A. W. Hamilton was removed from her home Sunday night to the Robinson Hospital where sho has been receiving medical treatment. Wanted a good man to work on the farm in Nebraska. Wages $10 per month, house, garden and cow furnished and chicken feed. Ad dress W. T. Muncy, Foreman, R. I, ad.-3- 3. Fillny. Nebr. Tho Domestic Solonco class Is all smiles on account of tho now range. Tho meningitis scaro Is having very smnll effect on our school attendance. , Wo conpratulalo ourselves for having so llltlo sickness among our pupils. The public is cordially Invited to r I lend exercises in tho school Auditorium, February 22. Tho now school flag will bo formally pre sented to tho school on Hint occa . sion. Miss Bertha Sealo resumes her work in tho fourth grado after a short illness. Miss Marlha Dean is convalescing at her brother's homo on Jack son slrecL HONOR ' by tho health and bore with raro fortitude and patience the suffering that camo l' A lone letter has been received her. from Miss Dorlhy Benglcr, tho The funeral services wero church's representative in the China by tho Rev. Euslish of tho Inland Mission. It will ho read to Bnplit Church, of which sho was a the church at the first opportunity. member. She was laid to rest in A Very strong sermon was preachthe Robinson lot in tho Berea Ceme ed last Sunday by Dr. M. B. Willory, January 10, 1918. liams, the evangelist. It is hoped that he niay be able to return soon. WANT A LITTLE FARM NEAR BEREA? The entire wheat crop in Franco NOTICE I have five, containing from 30 lo has been requisitioned by th Tho scrvico of tho Collego Bull 00 acres; some improved with nice Government. will bo discontinued to outsido par- French collage houses. Prices from $30 to I Simon Muncy, ties till April 15. 00 per acre, terms io mo You aro responsible for the condi- si od-right man. tion of the roads, because you don't .1. W. HF.ItNDON. pay sufficient road taxes to build Ad.-3FIFTY DOLLARS REWARD 7. Berea, Ky, Fifty dollars roward is offered by good roads. tho Brca Civic League for tho con viction of the thieving parties having dono two mvan jobs on Center street on tho night of January 21; namoly tho stealing of clothes from thc'lincs on tho premises of Jerry Richard son and Mrs. Jennie Fish. otherwise ordered ROLL ADDITIONS AND CORRECTIONS 5.5) Benlleld, Corp. Brackncl A., Co. M. Carry Wallace, I lot Ut 321 st Inf Camp Jackson, S. C. 0.83 J. L, Williams, I lot ad.-3- 3 Nirkcll, Clarence, M. D. H9lh Inf., Camp Shelby, Miss. Johnson, Corp. Clyde, 110 F. A. list MISS ANNA ROBINSON Division, A.E.F., via N.Y.P.M. Miss Anna Robinson, ago 23, died Mnjor James H., Annls- Washburn, January 9. 1918, al tho homo of Dr. FARM AND TOWN LOTS FOR SALE ton, Ala. PRIVATELY and Mrs. Cowley on Prospect street. Phelps, Glenn C, A. C 21, Douglas One farm of forty acres located at Her growing weakness compelled Ariz. her to' give up work as a student Conway, on tho L. A N. R. R. seven Roark, Edward, 18 F. A. Med. Dept , nurse nt the Collego Hopllal last miles from Berea. This farm is all Fort Bliss, Tex. fall. Sho went to the homo of E. L. level, well watered, with creek runSharp, Dowey F., 22 Aero Squad., Robinson, whero she gradually do ning through it; is under fence and E.E.F., via New York City, P. M clinod (ill she needed constant nurs in good slate of cultivation. About Franklin, Harlan, 1st Co. C.A.C., ing. Mrs. Dr. Cowley asked for her ten acres in grass, ten acres sowed Pigeon Point, Wilmington, Del. to ho removed to her home. Hero lo wheat anil rye, has small houso tender loving hands eared for her unil barn. This farm adjoins tho UNION CHURCH NEWS I (o the last. L. & N. R. II. on tho west and the Services at tho Union Church on Anna was loved by all who knew county highway on llio east, house Sunday will he held as usual; unles lcr. She was faithful in her duties within three hundred yards of the T. V.Jlillor, I lot W. G. Robinson', 1 lot Mrs. K. M. Spence. I lot W. J. Simpson. I lot ..... 3.41 3.12 5.11 your boy off richt in the battle of life. Deposit to his credit In. tho bank. If ho is working for STAItT ask him to place something nsido weekly. If ha is in business, show him tho importance of keeping a goodly balanco in bank. Thcre'a no telling when an opportunity may present iUcIf whereby a little rcr.dy cash may bo tho foundation of a fortune. Wo do all kinda of banking. Berea National Bank its General Commitleo on Army nnd Navy Chaplains, is felt to ho ono of tho most clearly providential tasks luiderta&en by tho Council and with (he passage of llio new bill by Congress providing for threo times tho present number of chaplains, tho Washington Olllce of tho Council will havo its hands full of work. Manufacturers of and dealers In tommeiVlal feeds for livestock, cattle, and hogs must secure licenses under the Food Administration by February 15. ThiscoverH baled hay, shelled and ear corn and many other commodities intended for tho uso feeds or ingredients in mixed feeds. Tho only exceptions nro for millers manufacturing bran nnd icalers in coarse grains, who have already been placed under Food Administration licenses. Application for license should bo addressed to tho licenso division, Washington. I). C., specifying tho naturo of tho business lo bo licensed. n-- i authorities. con-duel- ed 3J CALLED OFF The Hawaiian Singers and Players enlerlaininent to havo been given next Monday night, tho 11th, is called off on account of tho quarantine now on. It is indefinitely postpon ed and in event no substitute for tho Lyceum number can bo given, money will bo gladly refunded fop tho tickets. Notice of this will bo given later. Lyceum Committee, N0TICE1 depot; this settlement has school, churches, and tho best of neighbors. One small farm of twelve acres at Berea, just outsido of tho City limits, almost within n stono's throw. Ono-fortnilo of tho Grad ed School and tho district in sight of Berea Collego, which is a ten minutes wiUk away. This farm has two nico cottages on it, ono a now four room house with metal roof, and ono n nico five room cottage. Farm also has a good, big barn and necessary outbuilding?, ds all under a good fence and has a good well. An ideal poultry farm; splendid view of the town nnd sur rounding country. One business lot on corner of Chestnut and Itoono street, adjoininc tho Graded School property, and in the center of tho business district, the "best business lot to bo had in Berea, at any price." Two lots on Railroad street within a stone's throw of tho now $35,000 L. & N. depot just completed; lots all side walk running tho entire, length of them, aro suitablo for business or dwelling. Will bo sold at a bargain if taken al once. If interested call on or write I). 11. Smith. Berea, Ky. th have-concre- te According (o information received Washington, butter is selling in Berlin nt $2.25 a pound, sugar nt 50 cents n pound, ham nnd bacon al $2.11 a pound, and Ivory soap nt five bars for $1.12. In Tho Department of Agriculture estimates that only ono-lhlof tho marketable surplus of tho poLato crop had been moved by January I, 1918. Last year's potnlo crop was tho largest every produced in tho United Stales. rd 01 FARM FOR SALE 55 acres of limostono land, well fenced, watered by springs and ponds. WHAT THE CHAPLAINS ARE SAYING Rev. Charles S. Macfarland, Gener Six room house,' barn, cribs, and outbuildings. Ideal location two miles west of Bcrea. Easy terms if sold at onco. ad.-3- Notice is hereby given that all persons holding claims against tho estate of Uiq late S. G. Hanson and of Mrs. Kato J. Hanson, must fllo samo properly verified and proven with my Atlornoy, Stephen D. Parrlsh, at his office in Riohmond, Ky., or with mo on or prior to tho 25th day of February, 1918. W. N. Hanson Executor of S. G Hanson and Ail mlnlstralor of Mrs. Kato J, Hanson. Ad. 31 REVIVAL MEETINGS POSTPONED $1195 F. O. B. DETROIT The apple always falls to the ground. I It cannot FALL UP. The price of the Maxwell closed cars $1195 was fixed in accordance with another inexorable law. For less than $1195 it would be in. possible to give you closed cars combining as they are combined in the Maxwell beauty, grace, comfort, efficiency, economy and standard equip ment. For more than that, onthe other hand, you could only get larger size or fancier furnishings. dur-ability, Owing to tho health situation tho local health toard thought wlso to discontinue tho Revival Mcotlngs un til conditions improve. Tho Sunday night meeting was rich in promiso for a most success Tjio dls ful series of meetings. courso preparatory in naturo was listened to with great Interest. Over fifty students responded to tho invitation to givo themselves to Christ, returned to Doctor Williams Camp Taylor with eager dcs"iro to return at tho earliest suitablo dato you been reading German Atrocilios? You will find on pago threo another Installment "Germans Exouso Atrocious Acts." You will fight boiler if you know a fow ot theso things. Havo Help tho boys in tho al Secretary of tho Federal Council of tho Churches of Christ In Amer ica, has been interviewing tho Army and Navy Chaplains, both tho veterans anil thoso newly assigned, and reports them as enthusiastic regarding their work. While allowing for all their delinquencies incidental to army life and not minimizing tho dilllcullies with which they are constantly dealing, thoy express prldo in their men nnd report them as wonderfully appreciative and to deeplyspirilual appeal Dr. Macfarland has not found a single chaplain who docs not rejoico lu what oho ternio;l "tho greatest opportunity of any preacher for u great parish, who wants hard work auiplo spiritual reward.' with Another said; "I would not swap my position for any in tho camp, whether military or religious." They all appear ruddy and in good health. In an interview with Gen eral Gorgas in Washington, this vet oran soldier expressed tho highest praiso of tho chaplains and their work. Tho work of tho Federal Council for tho past flvo years in sotting up l. W. II. JAMES, Berea. Ky. F. L. MOORE'S Jewelry Store FOR First Class Repairing AND Fine Line of Jewelry MAIN ST. BEREA. KY. M. WIDES the General Dealer, elves notice that Scrap iron and other Junk have advanced in price. Wanted, 30 Cars or Mora I Scrap Iron, Heavy Copper, Llgkt Copper, Heavy Red Braia, Hear Tallow Brass, Light Brats Zino, Load, Beef Hides, Hone Hides, Pony aad Colt Hidei, No. 1 Sheep Skloa, Rags, No. 1 Rubber, No. 3 Rubber, Auto. Casinos. A',80, b"Ls.i5!I? Po"'nrLllJl,r: selling. Am paying more than aay one else ia town. If you can't deliver, I will oall for your goods. rh.no sas a aor mchmonb, r. St Jan, $1I95 SiX'Pauttiftr Trwn Csr, $I195 Tturing Car with Atl'Wtathtr Tip, iS55 Tiuring Car, $745 KoaJitir. W5 i Alt fritu F. O. B. Pint it tr FOWLS WANTED! Chicken Day. to Farmers Will pay SCRUGGS & GOTT DEALERS trenches by Beraa building roads so that tho products of tho farm can bo haulod to market to feed them. ... Jc under Cincinnati top quotation! on all fowla brought Kentucky On Monday Only of Each Week J. S. GOTT Berea ad. 23 - Kentucky V $100 in Education Equals $1,000 in Land. u February 7, 1018. , THE CITIZEN COUNTY AGENT SPENCE LEADS HIS FELLOWS It Is gratifying to leant of tho high esteem in which County Agent II. F. Spenco is held In Kentucky. His enthusiasm and tireless efforts (o promote tho interests Hint belong Pago Five. g The Citizen A family Nawtpaper for all thai true, and Interesting Puhlbhed tory Thurwl.r at ! rthl, llr, Kt. i Enlist in the Great Industrial Army and Assist Our Government This is not only a commercial but a patriotic propos- SMART PEOPLE BUY DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS FROM DEREA PUBLISHING wi penditure. lo Ids work havo brought this honor WM. G. FROST, Edlr4i-CM.- ( ition as well. Our Government is making strong demands to hlra WERTENBTRGEH. Man.ilnt Editor L. H. In order to make Ho leads Iho list of Kentucky on us to furnish spokes for army use. Subscription Rate County Agents with tho highest good our contracts with the Government we call upon our rAlfAlll.K IN ADVANCE to 11.00 grailo in ngency work for adults nnd farmer friends to do their best to get their spoke timber Ono Yrr Ail Six Monlh club workers. Two Slalo trophies, our factory. S.1 TTirr Monlht of The Standard Wheel Company is in need y Kiprnt Monrr ono for corn club work and ono for 8nd mtnrf br I'ottwrftlce or or one ami lg club work (see nrllelo on pago two Ordrr. Draft. Knrlitom! million escort spokes, cither oak or hickone and one-hal- f rrnt lUmp. Th d.l after your namo. on label howi to ix), have been won by boys under ory, size 2- - in. x 254 in. x 29 in. long, and five millions of what data four auliwriptlon fa paid. If It li not Farm Improvement rhangnl within threa wrvlia after renewal notify his Instruction. other kinds of spokes. Don't be afraid you will glut the "ImImIii (tajljr aupplM If wa dubs havo been organized ,nll over numWra will We want these spokes within the next six months. liis territory with unbounded in- market. are notified. to any who obtain new LllierallermealTen us forua. Any one aendlnr ua four yearly terest and enthusiasm on tho part Our factory will remain at Herea so long as' you furnish tibarrlptiona ran rerelra The Cltlien free for of the farmers, Ho lias introduced the timber to operate on. on year. Advertising ralea on application. nnd conducted successfully two boys anil girls' club conventions which RED CROSS FINANCIAL STATEWe Offer Following on Spokes were held at Heron where many MENT young people hnvo gathered nnd appropriations from tho each received Inspiration that will Delivered, at Berea or on L. & N. R. R. betweea Jellico and Berea All American lied Cross War Fund ti) go with lliein ns long ns they live. In January 0 amounted lo $77,813,-135.3- 5, SPLIT HICKORY SPOKES, nccording to ti statement just Either Red or White Timber rcccivgd nt I.nku Division Trlca atr 1M Naeaa Cloveliind, from tho Wash15 inches long, Hickory only, 1Jx2J $7.00 ington ofilco. 35.00 2Jx3 -- 16 Inches long 'I'licso appropriations show n lotnl inches long 40.00 2J4'x3i-- 16 for'foretgn rollef, of 6ll,r57,705.ll) 50.00 3Jx3J4 16 inches long 88,(112,532.00 Tor roliof work in the 2 x2K 28 indies long, second growth United States, and a total of Ml White Timber 25.00 for supplies, oitlicr for 2ix2?g 29 inches long Red or White G0.00 Timber foreign shipment or for distribution 28 inches long, 60 per cent 1K2 or resalo to chapters in tills country. A I), 40 per cent CD 12.00 This lattor llcin includes $r,003,ota 12, which is also Included in Urn Second Growth White & Chestnut Oak 930,0 10,2Ti0i!n for work In Franco ns 60,00 2x2 29 inches long well as 511,288,117 for material for 16 Inches long 35.00 2J$x3 tesalo to cliapters. It may thus 40.00 2Jix3K 16 inches long Vinsi:Iercd as a working fund aixl 50.OO a liquid asset rather than an ex3K3H 16 inches long to-da1 u. I OWEN McKEE THERE IS A REASON RICHMOND KENTUCKY Time Here to Ignore Croakers and Go Ahead With the War Work By the Prices GEORGE ADE It was nil rigjit six months ago to sparo an hour ji day in trying to convince 6omcono with a vacant eye nnd a dark mind that we were really justified in accepting the insolent challenge thrown at us by Germany. You are to be forgiven if, even tl co months ago, you spent valuable timo trying to convince a sluggish Hend-qunrtc- rs, minority thnt First Government bonds aro a safe investment. Second propaganda is to bo hit in Pro-Germ- tho head. Tim total appropriations for r.l national ami divito sion headquarters amounted SI.28H.2H2 for tlie last six months' period. This includes $.105,000 for divisional administration expenses nntl $250,000 donated for telegraph ami cable- service by tlio Western Union Telegraph Co, tho latter item o tending over a considerably longer period of time. These appropriations did not come nut of tho Wnr Fund, but are more than covered from the portion of membership dues received at national tors. These, membership due, which moro than paid for nil administration expenses, were received before tho recent Christmas Membership Drive took place. In other words, no expenses of administration in the United Stile wrrv'pah! for out of tho lied Cros War Fund. All administration is moro than met by membership dues. Thus every dollar contributed for relief goes for relief. Detailed copies of tho appropriations arc being prepared for distribution lo all lied Cross Chapters in Ohio. Indiana and Kenturky. EFFECTIVE WORK IN ARMY "Y" J. Harl Tato writes from Camp Sevier, Greenville, S. C, to Treasurer Osbomo relative to his work in part: "Wo are having a revival In our hut this week nnd having good results. This past month I havo had forty-thrmen to sign tho war roll, which means thoy aro going to light tho hattlo for Christ ns their leader. Moro than that number hnvo signed tho Testament League; which means" that thoy will read nt least ono chapter a day anil carry tho Now Testament in their pocket all the I havo askod to bo sent time. across with tho next bunch of follows, but havo received no promiso; . but wherever I shall lie I expect to follow my Borca training and to bo (ruo to tho motto of my Alma Mater." In commenting on tho meetings wliloh wcro planned for Hcrea this week ho says "You will perhaps think of mo Wednesday night, tho sixth; for that night mno years ago '.I went down tho Chapel nlslo and Wslartcd in tho Christion Hfo. How glad I nm. That step has brought mo hero whero I can help others l find Jesus. Tell all Iho boys anil ghls it Is tho greatest, noblest and most manly thing on earth lo do." eo ... WORLD'S SUPPLY OF SHIPS NOW ABOUT 20 PER CENT SHORT OF NORMAL Tho Food Administration estimates tho total numbor of ocean-goin- g vessels now nlloat at 30,000, having a gross tonnago of 45,000,000 tons. I.ossos of shipping during tho war hnvo totalled about 8,783,080 tons, and tho supply of ships Is ahput 20 por cent short of normal. Shipbuilding in Franco has boon at u standstill sinco tho beginning of tho war; F.ngland's output is loss than normal; Japan Is hampered by lack of material; tho American ship supply is only beginning. lload construction and maintenance in tho United States Invoho an annual oxpondituro of about $300,000,000. t criminal who finds himself backed into a corner. Eighth The men in our training camps and aboard transports and stationed somcwhero in France aro being safeguarded as American solCounty Agont Spence diers were never before looked after, as regards wholesome food, proper sanitation, prevention of discaso and moral guidance. Willi tho of Mr. AnWhy enumerate further? derson ho succeeded in launching 1. INCORPORATED Farmers' Night School at Scaffold In every community you will find a contrary-minde- d sediment of the Kentucky human Cane school house whero during the Berea who keep themselves Somewhat in evidenco by noisily severest weather of this winter denying facts which arc to all of their neighbors who happen fiu'iners front the surrounding ter- UNCLE SAM WANTS ACCOUNTANTS For tho unit of women telephono to be in the full enjoyment of sanity. ritory attended in Inrgo numbers operators to bo sent to Franco a AT $2,400 TO $6,000 A YEAR They are somewhat like frogs, i. c, they make an awful noise in pronnd showed n grenl deal of interest; Tho United Slates Government is in distinctive uniform is being proexpressed in terms of action to bo neerof several hundred expert cost vided. Salaries rango from SCO to portion to their number. The time has come to ignore them. carried out on their fnrnu this sea- accountants to fill vacancies in the $125 a month, with allowanco son. Wo shall givo you moro de- accounts section of tho flnanoj de- for rations and quarters. SuccessIf we cannot lock them up for safekeeping, at least wo can shut them tails of this school next week, Ilock-cnst- lo partment of tho eipiipmenl division ful applicants must speak both out from our daily program and go ahead with tho important work laid County has now under his Qf tho Signal Corps, War Dcrnrl-incn- t, French and English with case. out for us. supervision the most complcto nnd in otho" branchoo for for offectivo work among duly in Wnshington, D. C or in tho farmers of any county in tho Slate. I IIUIU, IICL'Dl llllli, li) ail uiiiiuumumuiii. .We give theso fow dots on County I Just issued by tho United States Agent Spenco's work becauso wo Civil Servico Ccmmission. Tho salI think he is worthy of congratula- aries offered range from SliOT to . tions and a little publicity for his eu.uuo n year. Men oniy arc uesueu.j successes achieved. Wo givo also a Tho duties of appointees to the when you meet Signal Corps will consist of the dc- likeness of him anil him going about (he byways and termination of production costs of hedges you need only to hail him airplanes and airplane motor.?,' and h" Is yours for service. either ns supervisors in cliargo at one or moro of the several plants, or BEREA PLAYS TRANSYLVANIA ns assistants; or appointees may bo III Hie final trip of tho 'Varsity assigned to duty in Washington, D. Ilasket-bn- ll team, Berea was beat by C. Fri2, Transylvnnia University . Applicants will not bo assembled day, February I. . n written examination, but w'll for Tim gnine was lively nnd interestbe rated upon tho subjects of eduing, both teams held down to points cation and experience, ns shown by at long intervals. their npplicalions and corroborative Many wild shots were made, but evidence on the whole, the homo team put up Tho Comm't'sslo'h slatos that on a good defense. Van Winkle was account of tho urgent needs of tho nui-"s- lar of Hie evening, securing service, applications for these potwo Held goals and six fouls. Hick-ue- ll sitions will bo received until furshot one Held goal. ther notico and that papers will bo For tho Transylvania teairt, "Slim" rated promptly and certifications Dcninau, the center, was ifieir strong inado as tho needs of tho sorvlco man. His pnssing and defense was require. responsible,.!!! a great measure, for Complete information and applitheir victory. The summary fol- cation blanks may bo obtained by lows: communicating with tho secretary Transylvania Herea of tho local hoard of civil service Hyden (l examiners nt tho post offlco in any VanWinkle (T ...f Carpenter f.. Vandivcr (1G larger cities or with tho Unitp.... Denmnn (8) of tho Ivdgecomh ed Stntes Civil Service Commission, g Gaylo Wnshington, D. C. Clark g Wood Uall llefereolames Park, Kentucky. NUMBER OF PAINT SHADES WILL Timo of halves 20 minutes. BE REDUCED AFTER JULY 1 Foul goals Van Winklo (0), Van-div- er To conservo tin, linscoVl oil, and (I). oilier ingredients or paint and paint Substitutions Hcrea, Mays for necessary for war use, Carpenter; nicknoll for Flgccomb; containers limited to 32 Transylvanln, manufacture will bo Ileecn for Van Winklo. shades of houso paint after July 1. sepChandler for Wood; Cleveland for iSomo firms aro now making 100 Denman; Salmon for Vandlver. 'shndos of this class of paint. The noxt game will bo played in F.namols will bo restricted by tho Gymnasium with Georgetown, tho manufacturers to 8 shades, floor Monday, February It. paint to 8, roof and barn paint to 2, sblnglo stains to 12. carrlago palrt CARRY BOOKS TO to 8, architectural varnishes lo 10. TRANSPORTS Half-gallTROOPS SERVING IN TRANCE cans will not bo used, lf 'i'ho overseas servico of the Amer- and Mime other sizes will bo dis- one-haican Library Assooiatlon Is in continued. Although spaco is extremely vajuablo aboard transports, IN OUR OWN STATE thoy havo been provided with book(Continued lrom Fib One) cases holding collections of hooks nnccs" against tho Fedoral Govorn-moii- t. which aro used ns circulating liSimpson was taken to Danbraries on tho wny over. The cases ville, whero ho is conflnod in tho nro emptied nt port of debarkation itounLv fail. Ho will ho arraigned nnd tho hooks sent to tho men in tho , this wcok for his examining trial field. Ibeforo United States commissioner means of further increasing T.nwhlll. As Cltizons instrumental in tho supply of books among tho over- causing tho arrest nnd dctontlon of seas forces, tho association plans to Simpson say that ho was heard to havfl each soldier carry n book In remark that "tho President and CabIlls kit, to bo put in circulation when inet of tho United States should bo he reaches tho other sldo. stood up and shot." holes, wind shakes, knots, bird pecks and crooks, and split full of size specified. one-eight- All spokes must be free from defects, such as worm ........ Third Tho allies arc to bo trusted. Fourth The Red Cfross is abovo suspicion and docs not obtain cither money or knitted goods under false pretenses. Fifth' All taxes which havo been levied aro justified by extraordinary and unprecedented conditions. Sixth This is not a rich man's war; it was not precipitated by any Wall street influence; it is not concerned over private investments J it is not a grand benefit for munition makers. Seventh Fair promises havo no valuo when they arc made by a Standard Wheel Co, racc--peo- self-evide- nt LAND SALE! Friday, February 15, 1918 at 10 O'clock a. m., 29-1- As I am moving to my farm in Spencer County I will offer for sale at public auction, on at my residence near the Fair Grounds, just out of the Befea city limits, my truck farm consisting of six acres. This land has been tiled and limed and is in a high state of cultivation. on The dwelling has eight rooms, plastered and papered, and good porches, and is supplied with an abundance ot good water from well. This tract will be subdivided into lots, and offered arately and then as a whole, and whichever way brings the most money, it will sell. Now is the time to get a nice home, within less than mile of the best school in the State, at a bargain. Terms liberal and made known on day of sale. 11 A. MARCUM BEREA KY: You Can Go To School This Winter If You Think You can Pago Six. THE CITIZEN February 7, i18. MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spence, Farm Demonstrator and Special Investigator LONA FISH PIO CLUB CHAM PION FOR KENTUCKY C. SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG Berea's HOME DEPARTMENT Conducted by Miss Margaret Dizncy, Director of Home Science rOOD FOR TOUR CHILDREN and milk nlono will make Give Your Children Their Chance. meal: I1RF.AKFAST They Ought To Havo It And Ton No. I. Want to Give It to Them. They Vo nro again elated over tlio sue cess of Lona C. Fish. This timo ho won tlio cliamplonsliip in Iho pig 1st Door Vocational Schools club of tlio stato. Lona tins been Training that adds to your money-earnin- g power, combined with tlio winner of tlio corn club prizo general education. and has just recently returned tlio FOR TOUNO MEN Agriouttura, Garpeatry, Brlcklaylat, Print trophy to tlio department; and it ing, Commerce and Telegraphy. will go to E. Leo Jones of Laurel FOR TOUNO LADIES Homo Science, Dreesmakiag, Cooking, county. It is gratifying too to km v Nursing, Stenography and Typewriting. Kentucky is in tlio front that East $95.74. rank of trophy bearers. Foundation School I do not think I need to explain 2nd Door Wo have asked Lona to glvo in his General Education for those aot far advanced, combined with tomo own words a record of his club work. my poultry and calf club work as vocational training. No matter what your present advancement, Dclow you will find his account of I havo mndo n profit of $10.15. This we can put you with others like yourself and give chance for procoiuro and a picturo of tho boing my llrst year in this division most rapid progress. I consider this doing well. holder of Stato Pig Club Trophy, Next year I will rnlso somo wheat I feel it my duty lo tell tho other It is sown now. Door English Academy Course I will now tell you something boys of tho agriculture club about For those who are not expecting to teach and who are not goiag about tho club as a whole. At tho my work as a whole thru College and desiro more general education. II also gives Ono bright day at tho beginning beginning of 1915 our clubs wcro tlio best general education for thoso who wish n good start in of 1913, Mr. Montgomery, our agent organized, new officers elected and study and expect to carry it on by themselves. plans arranged so wo might hnvi somo shows at which our pigs, corn Door Normal School etc., could be exhibited. Dur This gives the host training for those who expect lo teach. ing this year our club showed quito Courses aro so arranged that young people can teach through the an improvement. summer and fall and attend school through the winter and spring, year, 1910, wo start Tho following thus earning money to keep right oa in their course of study. etl over again trying to improvo our Read Dinsmoro's great book, "How to Teach a District School.' past year's work and wo did I, myself, who was an interested Door Academy Course member, held tho Stato Corn Champ i&nship, besides all other prizes won Tills is tho straight road to College best training in Mathematics, Science, Languages, History and all preparatory subjects. Tho that year and tho past year. Academy is now Berea's largest department. These prizes amounted to quito a lot. About twenty blues, ten reds, nt Bcrca. Ono third prizo or $5.00 Door College was won at Louisvillo Stato Fair This is tho crown of the wholo Institution, and provides standard where I was third in corn judging courses in all advanced subjects. contest competing with tho other A Temporary Raise in Board is forced by war conditions. To tho county representatives or Kentucky regular price of board as advertised in tho catalog will bo added this Ono ot the ways wo interest our year, for young ladies, ten cents a week, and for young men, twenty boys or Madison, Rockcastle, and cents. Jackson Counties is by holding This adds $3.60 to tho year's expenses for girls, and 17.20 for boy convention but still leaves the cost half that at other schools and "cheaper than each year a club whero all tlio club member? staying at home." meet and lalk over club work. Wo PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental fee and room rent have used this plan for tho last two by tho term, board by tho half term. Installments aro as follows: years and expect lo contlnuo its uso, Lona C. Fish nincty-sc- v I may say that I mado WINTER TERM at that time, persuaded mo lo join en per cent as my final examination Expanses for Boys tho corn club and bo a corn boy. You grade, and ninety on agriculture VOCATIONAL .AND ACADKMY , FOUNDATION seo each division of tlio ogri practice. SCHOOLS AND NORMAL COLLEGE 0.00 $ 5.00 cultural club at that timo was a And may r also say that I hold tho Incidental Fee I 7.00 COO 7J20 7.20 distinct club by itself. Slato Pig Club Championship fo: Room 10.20 10.20 After joining I look right hold; 1917 besides I camo second in corn Board, G weeks 10.20 I did my best, making it my duty lo club work. I havo just attended 24.40 23.40 Amount duo Jan. 2, 1018 .... 21.20 Board 0 weeks, duo Feb. 13... 1050 10.20 10J20 call "on Mr. Montgomery about once Farmers' Week nt Loxinglon, and every two or threo weeks. And so may I impress upon old farmers and 33X50 31.40 Total for Term 3liJ0 Expenses for Girls listening to Mr. Montgomery and my club boys the valuo ono can oblaiii fa'thcr, I selected my aero pf ground there. My profits were as follows in Incidental Fee IxM 4 6.00 j 5.U0 7.21 0.00 7.2 for my club acre, selecting land that the following divisions: Corn $119.00, Room 0.01 9.C0 9. could be kept up at a reasonablo pig $95.75, cair $10.15, poultry $11.75, Board, 0 weeks 22.80 cost. That year my yield of corn I think that tho county agents are 23.80 Amount duo Jan. 2, 1018.... 20.00 9.00 9.00 was sixty-fiv- e Board 0 weeks, dup Feb. IS... 9.60 bushel?. a great help lo a county. Mysuccess '30.20 32.10 Next year, 1914, Mr. Spence, our and continuation in club work aro Total for Term 33.10 present county agent, camoin. This duo to Mr. Spenco's influence and This does not include the dollar deposit nor money for Docks or year I raised 105 bushels. My increase his personal visits and interest in laundry. hero was duo to tiling and applying me. When a county agent influences Special Expenses in Addition to Incidental Fee Business ground limestone, deeper plowing a boy lo burst clods with an ax and and turning under a rye coyer crop. manure land by carrying manure' In Fall Winter Spring In 1915, I raised 110 bushels. In an old dish pan lo put on his corn Stenography and Typewriting 112,00 1U.00 11040 My work and roll tho rocks off tlio hill, ho is Bookkeeping (brief course) 1916, 1 raised 114 bushels. 14.00 1240 1040 was so good that year that I held tho worthy of being called a county Bookkeeping (regular course) 7.00 6.00 .5.00 Stato championship of Kentucky. apcni This is what tho county Business course for students Holding tho alternating $50 silver apent is doing that is Behind me, la other deportments: trophy. I have mado a gradual in- -' and you seo we aro beginning to get Stenography lOJSO 9j00 7.60 oreaso each year, duo lo tho turning SPnio where, Typewiiting, with one hour's under of a cover crop and tho ap-- 1 use of Instrument 740 640 6.00 plication or manure This is my "Yo,Ir3 for a bellcr CIub stalc" Com. Law, Com. Gcog, Com. different yields I mado while in tho LONA C. FISH Ari th., or Penmanship, each .. 2.10 1.80 1.50 In no case will special Business Fees exceed $15.00 per term. CINCINNATI MARKETS. it may bo profitably used upon. Tho d young man or young woman caa get an oducation Any Flour, Hay and Grain. Flour Winter patents J1O.SO011, price proposed is $75.50 per ton at at Berea if there is the will to do so. winter fancy $10.20, do family $9.70, do seaboard and tho freight to KentucIf it is impossiblo for any young man or yountr woman lo bo extras J8.70, low grade J8.20, hard pat- ky will bring tho cost of tho materiin school tho full year, by all means thoy should enter for a courso dur ents $11.25011.75. al lo about four dollars per hundred ing tho winter and Hay No. 1 timothy $32.75033, No spring terms. $32032.50, No. 3 $31032. No. l clover pounds. Nitrato of soda carries ap Tho public schools will close about Christmas and Iho teachors mixed $32.50033, No. 2 $32032.50, No. proximately fifteen per cent of nitro- and advanced pupils should not bo Idlo through tho long winter gen. Corn Quotations on car corn: months but should bo studying in Bcrca where tho best education can White ear $1.4501.55, yellow ear $1.15 Results of experiments do not waro gotten for least money, wi.oa, mixed ear $1.4501.63. rant tho recommendation of tho uso Oata No. 2 white flo&c. standard . Applicants must bring or send a testimonial showing that they is OVhltQ 90c, No. 3 whlto No. 2 of nitrate of soda on corn. Oats 15 years old, in good health and of good character. This may b mixed 88089c, No. 3 rlxe,d 8708So. not a crop qf sufficient importance Butter, Eflgs and Poultry, in Kentucky, and is too uncertain to signed by some former Berea student in good standing or some reliablf fertilization will, teacher or neighbor. The use of tobacco is strictly forbidden. Uia . ciuauiury extras nitrato Of co. 2 sodil. ursts 4C. For information or friendly advico write to the Secretary, Eggn Prlmo firsts 61c, firsts COc, orWilli wheal al tho prices" guarandinary firsts 47c, seconds 44c. MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Ky. teed by tho Government, it is our Live Poultry Broilers, under 2 lus, Judgment that nilrato of soda will 26c; fryers, 2 lbs and over, 28c; roast Ing chickens, 4 lbs and over, 28c; glvo a profltablo Incrcaso on wheal, uso Slates of its own food and feed stulf fowls, 6 lbs and over, 26c; 3Vz lbs and except on quite rich ground, such io matter, it is doubtful if its profltablo. It should always would bo much moro economical over, 26c; under 3Vi lbs, 26c; roosters, following to- - will bo n after clover sod, or 19c. bo kept in mind that nilrato of soda and would effect a great relief in ibacco on rich ground. Howover, it will not glvo its largest returns on tlio transportation problem. Live Stock. Cattle Shippers S1012.25; butcher js iloubtful if it will give a very Ho urges upon Iho pcoplo of tho soils deficient in phosphorus. Tin steers, extra J1O.75012, good to outsido of tho 011 soll91 choice 11O01O.GO. common to fair $70 M.rfe0 lncroaso foregoing recommendations aro bas- South, especially Iho farmors, to al- 9.S0; heifers, oxtra 10.25ll, good to Blucgrass region and tho river tho strain on tho railroads as ed upon experimental results too cholco $9.50010, common to fair S7 luviiim areas that havo not boon lengthy to summarizo in this brief much as possible during tho coming On account JMS? treated with phosphate. So"i?JSf!:i0S1?I.,5P year by tho producing their own circular. hPaw hinnir of tho supremo ncol for wheat, far In this war emergency, farmers food and feed crops, thus rendoring packers and mors, should uso nny means of in- S16.35, good to choice should rcdoublo their efforts to unnecessary tho transportation of butchors 116.35, medium and mixed crcasin(r Iho yield that may bo nitrogen and organio mat- such materials from other parts of stags $10012.10, common to incrcaso that maintain choice heavy fat sows $10015. light Pcded to produce on ter in tho soil, through tho uso of tho country to them. will cover tho cost. shioncrs $16.75016.35. Tho Secrotnry empbaslzos tlio fact phosphates, llmcslono and leguminSheep Extra $11011.50. good to ; Nitrato of soda should bo used at ous crops. It is doubtful If thoro that ho doos not suggest that tho cnoico iuwii, common w lair iou. cnvnnfv-flv- n to nnn bun. rni u . w.v nt I nmio Lv.. 1ff ,nn rt ntinffA will ever bo a timo when it will bo growing of cotton bo discouraged, drcd pounds per aero, ns a top dres of moro profit to tho farmer, or of but that tho vSoutli, in addition to $17017.75, common to fair $l2ul, sing, at tho timo wiicn spring growia moro sorvico to tho country to en- raising all tho cotton that It can well first begins. Tlio best way to apply ter upon a program of soil NITRATE OF SODA cultivate, should grow hay and corn it is broadcast by hand. George Roberts, Extension By for its slock and produco as much N'itralo of soda may bo expected RtiAftiallgt in Aaronomy food as possible for its own peoplo. on crops On account of tlio fact that tho; to glvo profitable results Ho says, "If tho South can foed URGES SOUTH TO PRODUCE as Federal Government is proposing to; of high valuo per ncro, such itself, tho effect will bo lo rolcaso MORE FOOD crops, potatoes and furnish farmers nitrato of soda at market garden Secretary McAdoo. as Director from unnecessary sorvico in tho cost, many farmers who have not, tobacco. However, if potatoes and Ooncrnl of tho Railroads, has issued South a vast number of freight con grown after clover sod. heretofore used nitrato of soda will tobacco aro a statement declaring that tho pro- - and engines and greatly holp to win uso thl- - aoawi after liberal manuring, or on soil soriously consider its tho war." supplied with organ- - ductlon by oaoh section of tho United and will want advtco a to what crop jolborwlso well corn division, Now about Iho other divisions. I joined tho pig division in 1911 doing fairly good work, it boing my first year. In 1915 my success was so good I won n frco trip lo tho Stato Fair, being a representative of Mad ison County. This was n great trip in 1910. I also had success with my pigs, winning prizes and making money. This last year 1017 my re suits wcro practically tho samo being a good PEOPLE Must Have tho Right Food. Think how fast tho child grows, Berea's 3rd Berea's 4th Berea's 5th Berea's Preparatory 6th Berea IIHHwVall ' Tlio now muscles and bones and nil No. 2 other parts of tho body nro mado Slewed prunes front tho food which tho child cats Cocoa (weak) Glvo him clean, wholesome, simply Toast and butler cooked food plenty of mllk.corcals, DINNER vegetables, fruit, nn egg or somo No 1. meal occasionally. Wrong food loo little, loo much, Stow, with carrots, potatoes, and n llltlo meat. or wrong kinds hurts tho child's Wholo wheat bread. chance of being tho strong, healthy Creamy rlco pudding boy or girl you want. Right food may mean Milk to drink No. 2. Strong Bodies, Good Brains Rosy Cheeks, Bright Eyes Fish with whlto sauce Spinach or any greens Hore's Good Food for a Real Young Corn bread J ster's Day. ! Milk to drink A good broakfast to start him oT SUPPER milk, corn-me- al mush, npplo No 1. ; sauce. It makes him fit for school Cream ol bean soup nnd ill for play. Crackers nnd Jam Milk and plenty of It, makes him Milk grow a quart each day it you can. No. 2. Put it in his cereal and In his cup Baked polalo Mnko it into soups, puddings or cus tards for him. Try tho recipes at Applo Belly Milk tho end of this nrllclo and watch him smilo. GOOD DISHES FOR CHILDREN Wholo milk is best, of courso, but These dishes nro good for children skim milk is good if llinro is a little loo. Tlio recipes butter in his meals. Cotlngo choco and grown-up- s provldo enough for a fondly or five. i? good, loo. No Coffee or Tea not oven n taste. Soap Leavo them for Iho grownups. Milk, I quart milk (skim milk may brd cocoa, not too strong, and Trull juices used). nro tho drinks for children nnd 2Vi tablespoons flour. plenty of water, always. 2 tablespoons butter or margarine Fruit they enjoy, and they need or other fat. w 11, loo baked apples, npplo satico, I teaspoon salt. thoroughly ripo bananas, prunes, 2 cups thoroughly cooked vegeta oranges, etc. Glvo them vegetables, ble finely chopped, mashed or put through n sieve. Spinach, pens, fresh or canned. Plenty of fruits beans, potatoes, celery, or asparaand vegetables tend lo prevent con stipation. Uso proper food and do gus mako good soups. Tho! Stflr (Inllr Inln mnllml fni nml not. depend upon laxatives. mlr youngster can't bo well unless tho ( co)(, M, lh cookc(, ,, , bowels movo regularly. Don't let .. .. him hurry off In ho morning with- - . lhickcncil If g0lI ... too Ulck r ..... out attending to this duty. add n liltlo water or milk. Other foods a child needs: Wholo Rice Pudding wheal bread, not too fresh, corn oatmeal, com I quart milk, bread, CP r'cc meal. riro. They help mako strong hoys and girls. Somo fnts. bullcr or ' cP sugar. margarine or meal lats, on bis bread cP raisins or chopped date. teaspoon salt. or in gravies. An egg, perhaps, par- teaspoon ground nuirare or cin llcularly ir ho doesn't got his full ...... -- r in. ... t.. .... l . iini' namon. Wash tho rice, mix all together, meal or fish, but ho docs not need and bako threo hours in a very slow much. Sweets nro good for them tho, oven, stirring now nnd then at first. right ones at tho rleht tlmo. Date?,; This may bo mado on top of tho raisins, slowci limits, simplo pud- -' slovo In a doublo boiler, or in a flrc- lincs, sugar cookies, aro belter than, less cooker. Any coarse oeronl may I candy. Givo them nt meal limes. be used in placo ol rice. Between meals let them havo bread For moro suggestions, send (o the and butter, a cracker, or limit. Thuy U. S. Department ot Agriculture for won't spoil tho appetite, and candy Farmers' Bulletin 717, "Tooi for will. Young Children." It tells more about feeding children aad the rea- Plan Meals Like These Hcro arc two sels or tlio right kind sons why right food U so impor- for your youngster. Grown people tanL It shows every mother how will like them too. II, sometimes, to give her children llielr chance In theso seem too much work, bread life. Mllk-Vcgeta- Applo Satico Oatmeal with milk Milk to drink ..,,., mt 1 well-cook- M able-bodie- .8i -- a? -- 84 82 a 78 77. 74 . 7a . . rv -- 3 87 7 ' 9" -- 88 4-1- . 2 J ! 7 ;e ari-abov- e In. ."TO 7I 'fc 63ffc7ntra" 58' .57 1 1 33 .A32 i i oa . 59 L0. . .47 it SV 37- - 44 A3! to SO. 4 . .I4J 15 35' .41 .30 M. . 29. '50 ?-- '21 5V 2b 27 2?'.-2T ro-lio- vo vr r3 36' 39 rr 25 24 THE DOTS SOMEWHERE IN FRANCE. By Clifford Leon Sherman. Dear Folks: Yes, I'm In a hospital In Franco, but don't worry about Be, because I am not badly hurt. All of the boys havo been Joking with mt and asking me If I Intend to wear a medal for being tho first wounded dub In this expedition. But I don't believe that I am entitled to any Jewelry. I suppose you want to know what happened. Well, when we tied up to tM pier, there was a lot of work to do to unload all ot oar stuff, and I had mj SAlQtX accident while I was trying to unload ono of tho f To completo tho picture, draw a lino from dot 1 to dot 2, thea treat to dot 8. and so on. (Copyrlfht, WT, bT The B1I BynalcaU, lac.) N.. 14. Time is Your Fortune Don't Watte it ! II . . February 7, 1918. TIIE CITIZEN Pago Sovcn. SUNDAY SCHOOL Lesson 7. First Quarter, February 17, 1918. THE INTERNATIONAL SERIES The SccrtUry ot Connpondtnca Depirtmtnt, Nooar uiti Institute, Cnlckto (Conduct scours br National Council of the Scmiti of Amtrlcn.) TELLS MEANING OF RED ROM E TRADE BODIES COMMEND WAR WAR MISSIONARIES American GROSS SERVICE Oratera to Talk to Men the Trenches of France. In Iter ADMINISTRATION Ily REV. J. If. RALSTON, D. D. Lesson Text, Mark 41-8- , 14.20 Memory Verse, Jas. 1)22 Golden Text, TKXT-- No man that warrelh entangleth Qal. 8:7 Commentary Prepared by himself with the nrfatrs of this ltf; that he- may rl'nse him who hath choaen him Rev. O. M. Stearns. to be a soldier. II Timothy 1:4. - This Is not n Chrlstlnn ns n soldier fighting for his country, but of the Chrlstlnn considered from a military standpoint. The figure the world wns ninde by him, nnd the of tho soldier Is world knew tit in nut: lie cmnc unto used quite freely In tho Illblo In his own, nnd disown received htm not." speaking of the According to the prediction of the Chrlstlnn, nnd wo prophet, "he la despised nnd rejected nre Justified In of men, n mnn of sorrows and no npplylng thnt figcut off out qunlnted with grief ure to tho modern Innd of thu living." 'The Mesof the Christian. There siah shall he cut off. nnd hnvc nothing" ore several things (Isn. 63:.'l. 8; Dan. 0:1!U Margin). This In n soldier's exbeing their trentment of hliu nnd hi perience today thnt belong to the kingdom which tvns at .hand hut reChrlstlnn nnd to jected, und therefore postponed till he wo will give attention. nhull come again. He began to tench these The Christian's Enlistment and Oath In parables that they might not perof Loyalty. nnd not understand (vs. 11, 1'J). ceive Every soldier of his country must A punihle has been called nil earthly tnkc nn onth olleglnnco to govrtory with a heavenly meaning, hiding ernment nnd of Incluslveness tho tho of this the truth from the Indolent nnd unbe- onth Is very great. Tho Chrlstlnn who lieving, but keeping It fur the diligent will not mako n pledgo to bis Lord, who hunger for the truth. Hoe In ordinarily In n public wny, lacks tho verse 10, 11 how he explained bin par first visible testimony thnt he Is n solables to noma of his disciple when dier of tho Lord. Christian profesley were alone with til in. telling them sion Is most Important, nnd tho exlint unto them It wns given to know ceptions to the rulo but provo Its Imthe mystery of the kingdom of Ood. portance. hut unto them that nre without (hav- The Christian's Equipment for Service. ing of their own accord shut themTho Christian must hnvo his equipselves out by their unbelief), nil these ment for facrvtco as tho government things nre done In parables. Note that of nny country must equip Its soldiers, these parables concern the mystery of In which enso clothing, food, shelter, the kingdom of Ood, or ns In Matt. arms, ammunition nnd other things 13:11, the kingdom of henven, for the nre absolutely necessnry. In tho sixth terms nre often used synonymously chapter of the Epistle to the Epheslans nnd the origin of ench Is found In Dan. this equipment pf tho 2 Ml, where we rend that the Ood of Ih qulto fully given. Thnt equipment henven shnll set up n kingdom which Is spiritual of course, but It will be shnll break In pieces nnd consume nil noticed thnt Jt Is both dcfcnslvo nnd kingdoms, nnd It shall stnnd forever. offensive. The enemy of the Chrlstlnn These parables do not concern thnt often nttneks, and tho Chrlstlnn must kingdom but the present ngc of the re- defend himself. Tho Christian must jection of thnt kingdom which he cnlls not mnke .It n rulo of bis llfo howthe mystery of the kingdom of Ood or ever to nwnlt tho attack of the enemy, of henven. A study of the word "mysbut must attack as well. For attack tery" will be n grout help to nil who only ono weapon Is nnmed, and thnt desire to I nderstnnd It. Is the sword of tho spirit of the word The kingdom Is one of the mot of God. Unllko human wars, tho spirclearly revealed things In thti Itlble. itual wnrfare has known no change but thnt nn ng'e should Intervene be- through the ages. Tho Illblo today Is tween the rejection of the kingdom and tho best wenpon nnd thcro nre no Zepthe return of the King to set It up l pelins nor other aircraft, nor submathe mystery, explained In bis parables rines, nor mines, nor anything else that makes it obsolete. It Is well to note and elsewlicro In the New Testument. Ills teaching by the seaside Is very thnt there Is only the offensive weapon. suggestive, for It Is written In .Matt. Mcny have forgotten this; the Illblo 13:1. "The snme day went Jesus out hns been nbnndoned nnd tho enemy of the house nnd snt by tbi senslde." hns pressed the post of righteousness lie snt In a' boat nnd the multitude back. Courage, knowledge, faith nnd stood on the shore. Ills going out of nil other equipment will bo furnished the house mnkes us think of Matt. If the Illblo Is used faithfully. Tho 23:38. 30. "Behold your bouse Is left wenpon of offense needs emphasis. The Christian's Training. unto you rtesolnte. for I sny unto you. The Christian does too much unorye shall not sec me henceforth, till ye shall sny. Ulessed Is he thnt conieth ganized lighting. His warfare Is too In the name of the Lord." That will largely a guerrllln warfare. In conbp his return In glory to set tip his nection with tho national army of tbe kingdom. Now ns to the parnble of United States tho training Is most Inthe sower nnd the seed recorded In tensive, tho results of which aro astonishing to all beholding it. There aro Mntthrw, Mnrk nnd Luke, nnd provisions for training tho Christian. by him privately, nnd concernnow ing which he said. "Know ye not this The old Methodist pnrnhle, and how then will ye know-al- l showing Innocuous desuetude, was a pnrnblesT' (vs. 13). Note n few splendid training school In tho duys things In his explanation. The seed gone by. Sunday schools, Y. M. C. A.'s, Is tttc word of Ood (Luke 8:11); the young peoplo's societies, etc, give .fair training opportunity. For otllcore' sower must be himself through his followers; the soli Is the hearts of those training thcro nro tunny theologlcnl who henr; nnd there Is nn en- Bcmlnnrlos, and a few of them turn Pcrsh-Ingemy, the devil, who hntes tho seed nnd out Napoleons nnd Grants and but many of them nro turning those who receive. It. The seed on threo kinds of soil seems to nceom-plls- h out ofllccrs with a very Indistinct thenothing, but on the fourth kind ory of real spiritual wnrfuro and with very llttlo knowledgo of It practically. of soil there Is n varying result described us thirty, sixty nnd nn hun- There nro some great Illblo schools whoro tho training Is intensive, largely dredfold. The only seed Is the word of Ood, so becnuso tho calls for workers must the Incorruptible seed of the Word bo promptly met und tho time Is short and Hardship. The which llvoth nnd abldeth forever (I "Endure hardship as a good solPet. 1 :2325) ; concerning which he said, "The words that I speak unto dier of Jesus Christ," Is what Paul said to tho recruit Timothy. Whatyou nre spirit nnd are life;" nnd concealing which ho said to his Father, "I ever may bo douo by tho government have given unto them the words which or tho peoplo of tho various couutrles kthou gnvest me." "Sanctify them for tho comfort of men at tho battlo through thy truth, thy word Is truth" front, ultimately thero Is hardship. Must Fight The (Jno. 0:03; 17:8. 17). To sow ought "Fight tho good fight of fnlth" Is elso Is labor In vntn and hns no promise of his blessing; but he hns assured tho Scripturo exhortation and thcro Is us that his won! will accomplish his on escaping that responsibility. To pleasure, nnd tlmt he will wntch over fight Is to opposo an enemy, to lnjuro It (Isn. 65:11; Jer. 1:12 It. V.). We or destroy him, to gain tho victory cannot tell whether It shnll full on over him by contention. Tho old hymn wayside, or rocky, or thorny, or good gives tho right Idea: soil, but 1.1 nee ho cannot full nor be Fight on my soul till death discouraged (Isn. 42:4) we can safely Shall brlnic theo to thy Ood: leave oil results to him, knowing thnt He'll Uka thee at thy partlnr breath If we spenk the Word of Ood In sinUp to his bloated abode. cerity we are unto Ood a sweet savour In Epheslans 0:10 tho Christian Is of Christ whether the hearers nro told that ho fights against principalsaved or perish (2 Cor. 2:15-17It against tho ruldoes seem and Indeed when hearts nre ities, ngalnst powers, ers of tho darkness of this world, so hard that the word finds no enIn high trance, and tho devil takes away the against spiritual wickedness enemy In seed; or when a little affliction or per- places. Today thero is nn teaching secution prevents any result; or when tho form of false religious Christian cares, riches or pleasures choke the that ho must light Tho once for all word; but results are with him aud must contend for tho faith delivered to the saints. since he Is not discouraged, we cannot Tho Christian's worst enemies nre be. Some seed will surely find a repride, ceptive henrt nnd bear fruit to the thoso within his own bosom his real, liory of Ood, How anyone con find In unbelief, Indifference, unholyevery evil mothis parnble. or In the next one given, heart, all active enemies by Matthew, the parable of the wheat ment The bright ray of cheer that comes and tares, any foundation for the n is that ultimate thought of winning the world to Christ to the overcome In this age, during which he says that victory Is assured. He will crown : wheat and tares shall grow together by the blood of tho lamb. Ills righteous till tbe end, la more thnu I am able to will be given him by the Judge In that day. 'iMt. Wt hnve Been liow they counted Jesus na one beside himself, und doing his works In the jwer of the devil, nnd liow they determined to kill lilm (Mnrk 3:0. S!U, 21), or B8 It la written In Jno. 1:10. 11, "He was In Hie world, nnd Nation Wide Approval of National Security League's Resolution 0. F. Wycoff, head of the boy scout Civilian Relief Director Begins movement In Terro Haute, recently Indorsing Work of Conjress. Series of Articles Explaining told tho students of tho Indlann State Normal school that he spent last sumImportance of Assistance to mer at tho Chicago school for boy An encouraging relief in these days Enlisted Men's Relatives consideration of tho scouts, working with 123 scouts who of charges of disloyalty and criticism had been tnken from nil parts ot tho city, nnd thnt he did not hear n slnglo word from thoso boys thnt was In nny way vulgar, which tends to show what may bq accomplished In tho lives of tho American boys through tho carrying out of tho purposes of tho scout plnn. EDITOIVB NOTK. Thl Is the first of a erlea of five articles prepared by James - Kleaer, director of civilian relief for the American lied Crosa In Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky. The subject! of the other four articles tn the aeries ares "What Red Clwa Home Hervlce ta," "financial Aid tn Home Service," "What Ha Hen Taught Home Service Workers," and "Orcanlilnit nnd Training 30,009 Home I- ENDING "BOY PROBLEM" Tho brotherly her allies nnd this country to for victory aro of public officials Is supplied by tho ... "The scout plnn has proved an excellent means of directing tho boys Into tho ways that will provo Interesting and at the same time Instructive to him," said he. Through It the boys learn preparedness, responsibility, tho value of giving n squnre deal nnd fair piny to do things together. It Is an education for character by doing. "Thcro arc many boys who mny never bo reached by tho Influence of tho school, church or home, but they mny bo brought under the Influence of the scout program and their energies turned Into useful channels. "The scout method puts on tho ono sldo nil tho things that the boy Is supposed to be and on tho other the things that ho wants to bo and tho two aro linked together In the plan ns in tho scout oath. The boy Is thus led Into somo place in which ho will fit Inter In llfo." 6IKH BOY SCOUTS IN CHINA. China has n new division of boy scouts, whoso lnvesturo recently made qulto n stir In Shanghai. They are the new order of Sikh boy scouts, and they wear the conventional khaki with pride, but It Is their green and whlto soldler-Chrlstln- n neck cloths and their red and white turbans that give them their Indian plcturesqucncss. Many Interested spectators watched tho ceremonies attending their organization. The boy scout troops of Shanghai, the Wolf Cubs (or Junior scouts) nnd tho Sikh troop formed Into threo sides of a hollow square on the Inwn of the Sikh Gurdwnra, and tho young Sikhs stood at attention In the center M. G., whllo Sir Evcrard Frnser, K. Ilrltlsh consul general and chief scout, a conducted tho ceremonies. Tho Sikh branch of the boy scout brotherhood Is but another Indication of tho way this movement Is gaining In, popularity throughout China. come from all parts of the country of tho Interest and enthusiasm with which It Is being taken up. One of the most pretentious displays occurred In Peking recently, when over n hundred of the Tslng Hua college boys conducted a boy scout exhibition with much credit to themselves nnd pleasure to the spectators. lie-por- ts M'ADOO DECORATES BOY SCOUTS. class-meetin- s, "This Is not tho cross of a tyrant It Is not nn iron cross. It is a token of merit which would be a credit upon uny soldier's uniform." So snld Secretary W. Q. McAdoo of tho United Stntcs treasury to four boy scouts in Colorado Springs who hnd performed distinguished services in tho first Liberty bond sale, as he pinned upon ench a bronze medal. "The boy scouts of this country have performed their work like real soldiers In aiding tho government in tho 6aIo of these Liberty bonds," continued Mr. McAdoo. "In ray travels over the country I have been forcibly Impressed with tho spirit and enthusiasm ot tho boy Soldler-ChrUtla- n Soldler-Chrlstla- n scouto." As each boy approached Mr. McAdoo ho gnvo tho prescribed scout 6alute. gency. 3. Responsibility for regular nnd Thero was not a traco of embarrassment tho scout training eliminates continued assistance In cases not that but each lad received his decora- covered, by government allowance tion, saluted nnd returned to his seat this includes families in need and resamid a verltablo thunder ot applause. ident in the United States of men who aro in tho servlco of our allies. 4. Personal service to the returned SPOKANE SCOUTS ARE PRAISED. soldier or sailor, especially when he Lieut Col, 0. n. Connor of tho medi- la disabled. 6. An Information service which cal corps In the United States army has written to W. Edgar Wyllo, scout will save time, trouble and anxiety for men. cxccutlvo of tho boy scouts of Spo- lonely relatives of enlisted 6. Advancement of homo standards kane, Wash., to congratulate them on but especially troop wherover possible, tho work dono by tho first-aihelp Is likely to on tho night when an accident oc- when the lack of family disintegration. curred ot the Great Northern depot as cause Sustains Soldlen' Morale. quota of the draft army the Spokane "Men may bo the best soldiers In was entraining. tho world (I quote you from the "Tho cfllclency of theso scouts," snld of Home Servlco Issued by Mr. Wyflc, "Is nil owing to tho train- Manual Red Cross headquarters, ing they received last summer. Dr. American Washington), but If things ore not W. N. Lipscomb for six weeks bad well with their families at home, they them under supervision and training loso cfllclency through worry, and the Camp Deo Light and at tbe connt the army that all Imclusion of that period they won the morale .of portant factor begins to fall United States Red Cross medal in a "SOU is the patriotic duty as well test tho soma as that given to any de- as tho humanitarian opportunity of partment of tho organization. They Home Service workers of the Amerilost only four points out of a possible can Red Cross to care for lonely fam400." ilies of our fighting men. It is to be remembered that they soon will be fighting men in real earnest Not SCOUT FINDS CHILD'S SKELETON. only our enemies, but our allies, and tho American people as well, will be d National Security League In a rcsumo ot the ot resolutions commendatory work of tho Special War Congress, the President, tho Cabinet nnd the Council ot National Defense passed by Service Committeemen." trade associations, chambers ot comBy James L. Fleier, merce and other commercial bodies in Director, Civilian Itcllef, Lake Divi- all parts of tho country. This action sion, American Red Cross. by nonpartisan organizations, repreTwo new words Homo Service every branr.h ot aro taking Important places In the senting practically 366 business In the United States, Js being vocabulary nnd activity of tho American Itcd Cross chapters In Ohio, taken in responso to thotr circularize-tfoby tho Security Lengue following Indlann and Kentucky. At war's outbreak ten months ago the passage of a resolution along tho to the few chapters then organized same lines by its Managing Commitlied Cross work and popular knowl- tee. The Indorsement of tho acts of edgo of It centered only around prep- the various agencies ot the national aration of hospital supplies, equip- government toward tho aggressive ment of base hospitals and supplying and efficient prosecution of the war intheir personnel, and provisions of re- cluded in the Security League's resume comes from Texas, North Dakota, lief In times of disaster. Then came tho unfolding of a mul- Montana practically every stato In the Union and from organizations titude of other chapter obligations solicitation of war funds, driving for ranging from the Illinois Grain DealIncreased membership, organization of ers' Association nnd the National school auxiliaries, turning out huge Leather Association to the Chambers quotas of knitted articles, surgical of Commerce of Sault Ste. Marie, Mich., and Port Arthur, Texas. dressings and Christmas packets. Tbe Security League's letter to the Anions theso obligations model of 1917 was the organization ot Home commercial bodies reads: "The "Managing Committee of the Servlco committees, better known In ttome communities as civilian relief National Security League has passed committees. Frequently tho actlvl the following resolution, to which we ties of the Home Servlco committees invite your special attention: were belittled by other chapter com"Keen Appreciation." mittees. This because Importance of "'Resolved, That we urge the not been clearly Homo Service had of tbe National Security defined. Now, through the efforts of branches League and all public bodies to express the Bureau of Civilian Relief of the to Congress a keen sense of appreciaLake Division, headquarters at Clevesplendid constructive work land, chapters have come to a clear tion ot the senators and representaunderstanding of the vltalness of Red done by our enacting legislation to proCross Home Service In relation to war tives in vide for the effective conduct of the and complete victory. nut to the general public, notably "And be It further resolved, That In the rural communities. we point out that tbe remarkable underHomo Servlco Is llttlo better Congress in this regard, stood than it was by the chapters a record of together with the wonderful work matter of five months back. by the President and So, what Is Red Cross Home Service being done Cabinet and Council of National Dennd why! such as to merit the gratitude Home Service must be the nation's fense is all liberty-lovin- g assurance that tho enlisted nnd con- ot the public and In fact of tne world. peoples throughout scripted man's family shall not suffer opportunity be taken for want of nny essential thing within It Is but fair that to them these sentito fully convey Uie power of the nation to give. ments ot the American people. Those The Public's Conception. be inspired "Yes," says Mr. Average Citizen, who know their work will example ot their off"but Isn't the government providing by the splendid largwnr risk Insurance, nnd will it not pro- icial representatives to render the where est measure ot individual effort and vide separation allowance necessary? Isn't it a fact thnt but sacrifice. The quality and. unity of few men with dependents have been servicer that has been rendered to the nation during tho past few months, called to arms?" Average Citizen is correct, but regardless of party lines, Is unparalMr. he Is thinking only In terms of money leled In history.' "Kindly permit us to suggest that relief. And it is to convince him that administration of money relief is only approval by your organization of this one of many features of Home Serv- resolution would be a distinct public governice that this series of articles on the service at this timo when the rudiments of Home Service have been ment and overy one allied vith It need and deserve the slncerest support nnd prepared. of all citizens. Will you Scan this brief summary of the opportunities confronting Homo Service inform us of the passage by your body committees In your county and you of this or a similar resolution?" " S. J. Small, manager of the Chamber will agree that tho opportunities have become the duty and privilege of an of Commerce of Lewlstown, Mont, upstanding, patriotic, American citi- writes that he hopes tho League will "place this resolution where it will do zenship. 1. Conservation by servlco of hu- the most good." man resources wherever deterioration is threatened in a soldier's or a sailor's homo. LUSITANIA MEDAL 2. Temporary relief of families in which thero has been a delay in payments, or in which thero Is an emern feeling of America for tho determination of exert Its entire might to bo carried to the Englishmen and Frenchmen in the trenches by a staff of American orators, who will salt In a few days. The men to bo selected for this Important mission, who will bo among the best known speakers of tho country, will tour tho western fighting front and the principal cities of England and France under tho auspices of the British foreign ofllco. They will bo chosen by tho war council of tho Y. M. C. A. Tho first man nnmed is Rov. Dr. Bar-te- ll Prentice, of Nyack, N. Y who has been ono of the most nctlvo workers In tho National Security League's campaign of Patriotism Through Education in this country. Dr. Prentice was one of tho principal speakers In the Red Cross drive. He Is an orator of unusual ability nnd was one ot tho Instructors nt tho speakers' training camp held by the National Security League at Chautauqua last July. A pamphlet written by him, entitled "How to Reach Your Audience," Jias been widely circulated by tho Security League and is being used by patriotlo orators In all parts of the country, appearing both for the National Security League and under other auspices. It Is expected that the sending of these men abroad will be followed by nn exchange of British and English-speakin- g French orators, who will tour our trajnlng camps and principal $100.-000,0- cities. BIG WARCONGRESS National Security League to Hold "Convention of National Service" In Chicago. The National Security League will hold its next annual convention la Chicago, February 21, 22 and 23. Sponsored by an invitation committee including men and women of tho highest prominence in all walics of life In the country, tbe League expects fully ten thousand delegates to assemble at Chicago for deliberation on tbe program of war problems which it has outlined. The gathering will be styled "A Congress of National Service" and will be more upon popular educational lines than any of the previous conventions of the Security League. Tho Invitation is signed by the following noted persons: ot Thomas R. Marshall, the United States. Theodoro Roosevelt, former President of the United States. William Howard Taft, former President of the United States. His Eminence James Cardinal Gibbons. Samuel Gompera, president ot tne American Federation ot Labor. Jacob M. Dickinson, former Secretary of War. Judson Harmon, former Attorney-Generof the United States. Dr. John Grier Hlbben, president ot Princeton Unlvorslty. Dr. Edmund J. James, president of the University of Illinois. Dr. Harry Pratt Judson, president ot tho University ot Chicago. Samuel W. McCall. Governor ot Masal sachusetts. Samuel Mather, Cleveland, Ohio. E. T. Meredith, publisher of Successful Farming, Dos Moines, la.' John Purroy Mltchel, Mayor of Use City ot New York. Mrs. Philip North Moore, president ot the National Council ot Women. E. W. Nlcnols, superintendent ot Virginia Military Institute, Lexington, Va. Dr. Frank Mason North, president Federated Council ot the Churches ot Christ in America, Charles Edward Russell, odltor and Mrs. Oordenlo A. Severance, St Paul. Minn. Dr. Anna Howard Shaw, chairman Women's Committee, Council of National Defense. Philip B. Stewart, Colorado Springs, CoL publicist Frank S. Streeter, Concord, N. H. Booth Tarkington. II. St. George Tucker, Washington and Leo University, Va. Festus J. Wade, president Mercantile Trust Company, St Louis, Mo. Henry Watterson. editor of the Courier-Jo- urnal, Louisville, Ky. soldier-Christia- Scout Ferrenult, aged twelve years, of Spencer, Mass., found the skeleton ot a child. lie and several other youngsters were "chestnutlng" In tbe woods, when under a clump of leaves and brush ho saw a piece of bone abovo the leaves. Scouts nro taught not fo display fear, so Perreault scattered the leaves and then discovered tbe skeleton. The boy notified tbe authorities. It Is supposed tho child was lost la the woods long ago. watching them. "Every report from tho training camps and from the French front mentions the excellont spirit of our Will they maintain this troops. morale while thousands of miles from borne, through trench life and battle, to the victorious end? "THE ANSWER WILL BE DEDY THE LARGELY TERMINED HOME SERVICE OP TIIE AMERICAN RED CROSsV The exemplar ot the medal truck by the Germans In commemoration of the sinking ot the Lnsltanla, above reproduced, Is la the possession of Dr. Henry Van Dyke, of Princeton, N. J., former Minister from tbe United States to Holland. It was obtained for him by an Amsterdam antiquary directly from Germany la 1316. Wetmore. National Maude Miss Ceaguo for Woman's Service. H. A. Wheoler, Chicago, former president ot the Chamber of Commerce ot the United States. Luke E. Wright, former Secretary ot War, Memphis, Tenn. NEW PROBLEM3. The Invitation reads In part: "The war has forced new social, political and economic problems on It is necessary that these America. should be clearly and fully preseotod to the people. Tbe nation must be awakened through the united efforts ot patriotlo workers to the effect ot tbe solution ot these problems on the existence ot the republlo, the success ot democracy, and the preservation ot the rights ot man throughout the world." The headquarters ot the convention will be In the La Salle Hotel, Chicago. In addition to the regular meetings of the delegates and reports ot committees there, a big meeting will be held outside the hotel, probably at Medina Temple, on Washington's Birthday, J The Surest Preparation is School Training Pago ElghL TIIK CITIZEN Mr. and Mrs. Ellio Chestnut, a line wok Ing February 7, 1018, at Hamilton, 0., returned, J. S. Wilson was In Bcrca yesterday girl, January 18. Tho murder of homo this week. Ben Young who on business. James Wilson was in John Poo has excited tho curiosity has been visiting his "Grand Pap" Wallacclon on business the last, of and suspicion of every body in tin Young at Climax has gono back to tho week. Leslie Bowling's two FOOD vicinity. Mr. Poo was shot and Hamilton, 0. year old boy Is thought to ho much killed by his son, Charles, at tho belter. residence of Mrs. Bctslo Brummct, MADISON COUNTY No rormpondrnre publlahnl unlrM tlcnA) In full by tM wrltrr. The nam January 13. Ho only survived long CLARK COUNTY Blue Lick BEWARE! YE FOOD PROFITEERS n CTldtnc of rood faith. Writ pliinlr. It not for pobllcstlon. but enough to utter tho words: "0 Lord, Log Lick illuo Lick, Feb. i. Sinco tho PRICE OF SUBSTITUTES FOR havo mercy." Charles Poo Is lock- Weather Bureau failed to furnish Log Lick, Feb. .1. Several of Ibo FLOUR 18 MOUNTING, W. D. York bns conn to Paris for n ed in a cell in Manchester Jail, sunsblno to eclcbralo tho advent of selective service hoys of this com JOHN WHITE & CO. his lordship, "Shorty Ground hog munity hnvo been examinnod nnd James Pennington 0f,nwn,tin8 lria, short stay. LOUISVILLE, KV. " weather hostilities from tho north found to ho III subjects for Uncle Threat To Revoke Llcentet la Result-Fr- eer Vfnn imaged through hern Liberal assortment Movement of Finished Product seem to havo increased hut the farm- Sam's army. Born January 30 to FOWEL COUNTY ienroulo for homo. Ho has been in and full value paid to Consumer Will Cut Cost, Admin ers, nevertheless, aro getting opti- Die wife of Philip Kerr a lino boy. Clay City Hamilton, O., for nino months. Ho Istrator Says. Al Clay City, Feb. I. Tho weather mistic in regard lo tho weather and Mother and son doing nicely. stopped at tho Green Hill Baptist Hldus and are beginning to gather last year's bert While nnd family of Michigan Church and preached us n very in has dually subsided at last with a Wrstern Ntwipapir Union Ntws Sanrle. Coat Skins ,' tercsting sermon. Wo were all real big tido in Red River a couplo of corn crop and planning for this aro visiting relatives, nnd friends Washington. year's activities. Ray Mainous and here nl this time. Mr. White Is creases In whent t'nwnrranted rrlco Inglad to bavc Mr. Pennington with days last week, which took out part flour substitutes wilt JACKSON COUNTY R. L. Davis purchased of the Clay City and Watcrsvllle wifo visited nunt Salllo Carter Sun- thinking about buying a farm in this not bo permitted. Tho food adminisus again. Fox Town Womlson Deznrno and wifo pnrt of Clark County. Parker tration gave warning to dealors that II. G. Crabtrcc, who day. a pair of work mules from Frank road bridge who have been locoled in Pinovillo Wlnburn of Iron Mound, Estill Conn thoy must not tako advantago ot Fox Town, Feb. 2. Tho ground Is Moore. Thoso keeping their can- purchased a half interest in a covered with ice, making it danger- ned fruit in "warm" houses lost at Winchester recently, has sinco December havo returned to (y, made n business (rip hero Sat temporary shortage In othor cereal W. A. Malherly and wifo brought on by tho heavy demand tho Their baby has urday. ous to travel. Born to Mr. and Mr quite a' number of cans from freez sold out and returned to his farm this vicinity. Quito a number visited their uncle, John Adams, to- now baking retaliations has canned. Henry McKinnoy, a girl weighing ing. II. M. Curtis, who, whooping cough. near this place. Many complaints reached Food Adminonly one and ono half pounds. Aunt Lucy Hindi, an old col- istrator Hoover that; dealers In tho subis a good weather observer, says ot our boys were called to Richmond day. Died a few days ago, Mrs. Ida "the weather Is now free according Saturday heforo the Board for phy- - ored woman, lies critically ill at her stitutes already havo begun to lift OWSLEY COUNTY Oscar Kimbroll home near hero with neulo general their prices. Fowler, widow of Ernest Fowlo number, ns wo havo had twenty- - s'cnl examination. Scoville was rejected from tho fact that his peritonitis. John Raker of near "Mills of tho country," said Mr. Hooler who was killed by Sain Andrew, Scoville, January 2(5. Mr. and ono snows thus far (his winter." Winchester visited his grandfather, ver, "aro prepared to meet tho groater last summer. N. J. Coyle, who has Mrs. Geo. Jackson and daughter. Mr, Uncle Ben Curtis is still In Durn height was six feet and ono inch,-h-ls lo Susio Flanery, William Burch, Saturday and today. demand of housewives and bakora for been sick for sometime, is still and Mrs. W. C. Dooley, were vislu Hollow grinding on his cowpca. weight 127 pounds. to go. Mr. mid Mrs. Daniel ing L M. Garrett's at Levi, ono day Merchants in this part are observ- other cereals during tho noxt fow part say they It. N, who is employed by an eye, The folks in this months. Uick of transportation Is thy Felly have four sons serving in tho last week. Tho ico has been so bad aro just now beginning to feel the ear, and throat specialist in Chatta ing Ihe Mpnday closing days in Ihel. only factor that will stand In tho vav army. Their names arc James, John, that people of Ibis place havo been sting of war, sinco tho now ruling nooga, Tenn., in company with the stores. Wo, have had a big backof proper distribution throughout the William, and Gcorgc4 John and hauling goods from tho depot on on Hour took elTecl. Many of us, I unending physician, visited tho Jail water lido in Red River nnd Lulbc-gru- d country. At least ono ot tho atibbtl-tutoIs produced In quantity In almost Creek recently. We are real William arc at homo this week on sleds. Mrs. Chester Dooley and am thinking, will have to live on to render niemcal treatment lo a a furlough. R. A. Fox has moved to Reba and Bessie, what is called a balanced ration, German Baroness, suffering from a glad that Mr. 0 rot nd Hog could not every part of tho country. If any his new house bo built near tho have returned from Dayton, Ohio. made of cowpeas and corn meal. soro throat, and incarcerated as a see bis shadow last Saturday. We shortages occur they will bo local. The supply ot substitutes In ample to Splash Dam. Thomas Cox is dig Miss Lummin Mainous left for Editor J. E. Burghcn, of Tho Time?, Ocrman spy. Elmo Flanncry writes hope we will not have six week?, meet our needs, nnd It Is confidents ging coal for H. F. Harris. He gets Lexington last Monday to enter was in Winchester Saturday look- from France of the great work he- more of bad weather. Jim Vaughn expected that with tho freer moo thirteen cents per bushel at hank. school. One of Mr. and Mrs. Robt. ing after somo oil Interests. H. H. lm.' dono by the Red Cross and Y. M. ha been losing his sheep from somo mcnt of grains to the mills nnd of the J. N. Webb was at McKco recently Bonds' small sons fell on a chair, Harrison, the county agent, called (.. A. among the soldiers who regard unknown disease. finished product lo the consumer, lower prices than thoso now proval! on business; when bo returned Wednesday and pushed threp of his tho farmers together at Stanton last I hem ns "ministering angels." Hn Ing will result. homo ho learned that tho stork had teelh so far up in his gums that Saturday for the discuslon of bet- reports tho weather Ihe coldest ever HARLAN COUNTY "The normal tendency ot local scar, been there and left Mrs. Webb a th,cy hail to bo removed. Misses ter stock, belter crops, anil pure experienced, but his work as an Dizney cities would bo to ndvnnco prlcos out is well under shelter. twelvopound boy. She named him Nannio and Nellie Judd spent the bred poultry for the upbtiiling of Misses Diznoy. Feb. S. The melting of lino with tho cost of production and Lester. latter part of last week visiting In the county along agricultural line. Harkloy and Sa gent of Berea Col-le- snow nnd heavy rains rnusod on un- distribution. I'ndcr tho food control gave an ablo exposition of Ihe usual large lide in Yocum Creek and act that will not happon. All licensees Carico Tho mail scr-- 'j Mr. Harrison had engaged some South Booncville. Carico, Feb. I. Wo "have experi- vico has been very poor in this vi- -j good speakers of nolo who wcro Sntvlay-sclio- ol lesson at this placn Clover Fork of the Cumberland dealing In food commodities who do enced tho hardest winter in these cinity on account of the ice and cold tbero to entertain them, among whom! Sunday. River. Tho high tide took with it not give their customers tho benollt Kingston parts that has been for years, old weather. were Goffrey Morgan, stalo agent ; not only that two or three feet of of fair and moderate prices, selling nf , Kingston, Feb. I. pcoplo say. Pigs and calves have Friends of Miss urn I that is usually called out- - no more than a reasonablo profit W. R. Reynolds, and others. Tim Island City abovo cost, will havo their llceiisoa refrozen Jo death. Bom to Mr. and Island. City, January 28. Jason Powell Fiscal Court met at Stanton Elizabeth Flannery, who has been "County road," but it also look lev voked. Unlicensed food retailors who Mary Robinson, a boy and girl Lynch of Nathanton, and Miss An- last Friday to attend lo somo very ery HI at the College Hospilal, Be- era hogs, horses, rattle, vegetables, sell at moro than a reasonable profit Mrs. g, rea, will Im gt.ul lo know that sho and a few houses. on January 22. Tho boy died, but gel ine Hurst were quietly married important matters, such as Jim Cloud's will havo their supplies cut off through t ho girl is living. This is three sets at the brido's home, January ii. Mrs. llttlo daughter, Susle( who was re the notification of all licensees by tho and straightening out of is very much improved. of twins, five boys and ono girl, Tho Rev. A. D. Bowman officiated. tho records and funds which wcro Georgo Moody. Mrs. George" Younir, cently bronchi home from tho Hnr food administration forbidding them that the stork has brought them of The young couple will probably left in a most depleted condition and Mrs. A. C. Daniels arc somo bel- Ian Hospital died early last to receive orders for food from such rotallcrs." lato years. Horn to Vaid Woods and make their homo at Middlclown, 0. when tho retiring officials left office. ter. Mr. and Mrs. Rolla Rlddlo Fridav morning. Dewey Midllelon wife, a flno boy on January 22. Dan Wo wish them a prosperous and The oil boom has about como lo a were called (o Paint Lick to the bed- of Kildav was a welcome visitor Rushing Empty Cars Westward. Ford's folks have the small-po- x. long We. Tho liltlo boy, Elmer, standstill herd, as tho drilling has side of their little grandchild who Sunday at the home of Bill Cloud.-- Washington" - Tearing serious flood Fred Summers has measles. Ed of John and Grace Tyre, caught on all stopped and the men. gono to received a serious injury, caused by The Rev. John Clem and Mr. nnd Mrs. In tho Middle West and South within Roberts and Jess Williams bavc gone (lro by the wind blowing down the some oilier pari, but nevertheless a fall. , Horlon Trcadway and Edward Cook spent Sunday at tho a fow days tho Government Kallroid to Benham to work a while. Will chimney, setting his clothes on fire. Mr. Collier, who bought B. A. Bonio-vill- p family of Boyle County havo moved home of Randall Boggs. A. L. Administration rushed empty cars Roberts has given up bis log job and burning tho little fellow very bailly. out was hero somo time ago, inlo tho Sandlin place, now owned Turner, our hustling Postmaster nnd wostwaid from tho eastern congestion by Mr. McSwain. moved back home. There was aiiijS mother's hands were burned and paid up tho rentals far In Mr. and Mrs. II merchant, recently moved his fain-il- v area to provide for an emergency movement of corn to clovators nnd cotlargo ice tide in tho river last week trying to subduo the flames. Tito Lusk of Richmond were tho guest of date duo and said ho was from their old place lo the Geo. ton to southern seaports for trans-shithat delayed the mail two days. gamo warden passed thru these going lo resumo drilling when spring of Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Webb Sat- Middlelon house nnr Mr. Turner's mont to Now England mills engaged urday and Sunday. Georgo Ham- store. Jako Himes is very sick at present. parts the other day looking after tho came. Mrs. Cora Mndden and two on Government orders. This was uu ilton, who accompanied his mother children who have spent this year, dertnken without any diminution ot Messrs. Isaac Himes, W. H. Rob- violators of tho law. Lnvavla Burcii erts, and T. J. Faubus are planning tho wifo of Taylor Burch, swallow lo Owsley County last week, has re with her parent. Mr.juul Mrs. Ran- efforts to transport coal from the PULASKI COUNTY to start for Benham Thursday lo ed a pin and was taken to the bos Douglas Young, who has dall Boacv, of this place arc Irav-i- mines to consumption points, where turned. Walnut Grove tho work. Isaac Himes celebrated his pilal to be operated upon. Pearl Miss This bad pneumonia, is better. today for California where she near fuel reserves wcro roportod bs Walnut Grove, Feb. i. tho zero mark ns at any time thirty-sixt- h birthday tho 2nd by Nanlz, who has. been in school at county is badly damaged by tho re- L"ona Webb, a student of nerea, will snen awhile with her hus- within tho last two weeks. killing a flno turkey, and all pres- Richmond, will return. John Poc, cent tides; corn that had not been bv her cousin. Miss Norn band. Seiveant Jonathan Madden. ent report a nice time. wjlh Tho Black Mountain Coal Company of Ethel, was hot and killed by gathered was swept away. The Coldiron. spent tho week-en- d Labor Leader Signs Agreement. Miss Lelit today began to survey n new county his son, Charley, a few days ngo. most loss occurred at Buni9jdc. Tho tho former's parents. Green Hall London. Arthur Henderson, labor Flannery. who was called lo tho road up Yocum's Creek. This prom- leader Green Hall, January 28. and formeV member ot tho War Tho Mr. Poo was going to enter thejomc Kentucky Lumber Company sustain Our Public bedside of her sister. Miss Elizabeth, ises lo he ono of tho best pieces of Cabinet, who as u member ot tho Cabsnow is fast leaving tho, hillsides of Mrs. Brummel, where his son ing the heaviest loss. arid a glare of ico is forming over was staying, and made soiue threats School closed last week willi a nico has returned to Battio Creek, Mich., road in our counly. Tho new rail- inet signed an agreement with the Society ot Engineers, everything. Tho mail service has that ho would kill every one of tho program for tho closing exorcises. where she will resumo her studies. road up Yecnm has been completely Amalgamated Lieut. Win. Dean, of Camp Taylor, surveyed and will lie constructed embracing tho engineers trado. In It is reported IJjat there is a case been poor for two weeks. Tho mail family if they did not let him in. which tho Government agreed to meet The tho engineers In separate conference was not delivered al Green Hall P. On entering the house, his son fired of measles at G. L. Burton's wlej was home to see bis sister last wcek.'as soon a weather permits. who has bad a very severe case of Yocum district school rloss ThursTho ac0. for over a week. Died, on Jan- the deadly shot and Mr. Poo fell on lives on Brush Creek. whonovcr necessary. Issued a lengthy uary 16, Ralph, tho two year old son the porch and laid thoro until 10 tivities of the different oil companies pneumonia; but is reported to bo day with a good prewram by tho statement appealing to tho GovernTho attendance nl school and a debate bv Alex Cloud, ment to ndlicro to this practlco and of Pearl Botner. Ho took sick tho o'clock "(ho next day, when the havo been lulled on account of the trolling belter. recent cold weather. Edward K. school hero is verv low, a largo Randall Bnpirs the Rev. John Clem avoid n strike, which ho said would night beforo dying at seven o'clock coroner took charge of tho body. seriously Impair tho output of muniCook, our public school teacher of number- of the advanced pupils nnd Edward Cook. next morning. Died, on January 20, Earnestville tions and other war necessities. this place, received an order by tel- having entero I at Berea. tho year old child of Mr. and Mr. Eaniestville, Feb. 5. Several from Silver Creek Dan Wilson, it, was only sick a around bore visited tho Kentucky egram to appear at Boonevillo for BOND BUYING AND SAVING Argentina May Break, Silver Creek. Feb. 1. 6bort time. Tho bereaved ones havo River Tuesday' to seo tho high water J physical examination under tho se Mtvand Ono of the most gratifying results Aires. Tho Minister of Iluenos our sympathy. Robert Flanery or Mrs. Laura Tacket i? very ill; not lective draft law. John J. Hedrich. Mrs. W. D. Lewi ..spent Sunday of tho Liberty Loan campaigns to War lias rocallod Argontlno military Beattyvillo paid his father and expected to live. dale, is the impetus tho saving spirit attaches from Uorlln and Vienna. In M. V. Moore has a dealer in live slock, has had lliq with their son Elmer nt Berea. political circles this action la regarded mother a flying visit tho past ween. ereclo I a new shop building. Mr?. misfortune lo loso three horses dur- Hiram Bakr of Valley View pur- Lis gaining witli tho peoplo in gen Miss chased a flue mule from his brother, eral. Most purchasers of Liberty as significant and connected with the Ella Mooro and daughter, Mallie, ing tho recent cold weather. Gray Hawk Lou Hamm who underwent a very Alviu. Mat .Whlteniore got bis Bonds are paying for them out of sinking o tho Argentlno steamship Gray Hawk, January 28. Tliero is were tho guests of Mrs. W. M. Evans serious operation at Somerset is im- limb hurt very badly Mlnlstro ' The while logging their everyday earnings. Compara- Argentlno Irrlemlo January 20. conRoy Flanery, Minister to Franco has lots of sikeness around Gray Ihnvt. Sunday afternoon. proving rapidly and will soon bo Thursday. gs Hesular preaching tively few havo gono inlo tlioir firmed tho fact that tho steamship was Mrs. Louisa Tincher is very poor- Dwcy and Vernon Botner have re- ablo to return home. Eugeno Hicks 'lays have boon changed from tho accounts to meet their payflying tho Argentlno flag when sunk. turned homo from Ohio. Tho Mis ly with la grippe. Sho is 81 years who is an engineer on the L. & N. 'lrsl Saturday and Sunday nf each ments. Tho assumption In political circles old. A. I. Privett got tho post ofllco ses Hattio and tannic Gabbard wcro railroad is visiting his mother, Mm. month, until the third Saturday at This is what the Government most hero is that Germany does not Intend the guests of Mrs. Chloe Tacket S'un- al Gray Hawk. to keep her promises to regard to Ary. John Logsdon eleven njid S'ujulav at desires. lay afternoon. Cash Powell pur W. M. Thompson. gentina's shipping. has moved into tho Jiouso recently Mrs. IJohert Harris spent Friday at Saving hanks generally throughBond chased a cow from Mrs. Sarah Bow Big Hill with her aunt, Mrs. Jako out tho country last year showed an NAVY NEEDS MANY RESERVES Bond, Feb. I. Sid Gray of Bau-for- d vacated by Frank Adams. Tho weather con- man last week. Haley, who is sick. Win. Davis increase of savings deposits despite tinues very cold and snowy. Smalland Miss Arba Pondegrass of and Jamfts Bralcher spent Friday the fact that something near six At Least 160,000 Men Required to Man pox at this place has about subsided. Major were married last week; anil ROCKCASTLE COUNTY Vessels Turned Over by War and James Bralcher siicnt tho latter billions of dollars worth of Liberty Disputanta Tho quarantine lifted Friday. imssed though hero enrouto to their Department. tho week with Jeff Davis, Bonds bad been purchnscd. Disputanla, Feb. 5. Tho Dispu- nart of School at Pigeon Roost opens again hew homo near Earnestville. Tho Washington, I. The navy deThis same condition was experi a near Richmond, today. Tho people of this place oil men aro in good hopes of strik tanta Telcphono Company held enced in England. For instnnce, partment will need nt least 1(10.000 nn- meeting at 0. M. Payne's January .11 Wallaceton aro very sorry to hear of tho death ing oil on Wild Dog soon. Floyd to James A. In 1010, although purchasing bil- vol olllcers nnd u drive willrecruit them Wnllaceton. Feb. 4. of Walter Rice, who was shot and Hunloy purchased a nico young to elect new olllcers for tho comijig wns started. The men be required year. Eliga Abncy went to Rich- Baker bail his feet badly frost bit- lions of dollars worth of war bonds, to man vessels turned over by tho wur killed by Oscar Johnston at Paris. mulo from S. A. Caudill last week. Win. tho small savings bank depositors department to the nnvnl ovcrsctm ten dnriiur tho cold snell. Johnston's sisters aro very much Miss Mary Brandenburg lost n cow mond with a load of tobacco last Thursday and is going with ouother Bowline- bns rental a farm on White increased their deposits moro than transportation erlco of which grloved to hear of his crime. J. T. last week. And tho Englishman, $00,000,000. Chnrlex Ilelknnn la tho direc load tho 5lh of Ibis month. G. T. Lick Creek nnd will movo soon. Browor has gono to E. Bernstadt to tor. Payno made a business trin to Lou- - Dan B"lkin has rented Bert Harri ns a rule, is notably profligate work awhile. A fow nights ago CLAY COUNTY For the first time It was revealed Tho English aro making their war lisvillo las't Saturday. Robert Abnoyi son's farm and is jnovlntr Inlo the two men broke into tho store of tho Malcom that tho vessels to bo turned over by permanent investments. C. Morgan on the bonds Bond & Lumber Company, nrmy will number 1,000 with a totnl Malcom, January 20. Mrs. Brown- went to Richmond with a load of house vacnlcd bv J. America will do well to follow tho Mrs. Eliza Creech is visit 0. M. Payno farm. tonnngo of 3.000.(KK) tons. took what articles they wanted and ing is improving slowly; little Reba tobacco January 31. example. Mrs. Gentry their escaped without being molested. Pennington also is better Born lo and bis sister. Mrs. J. E. Hammond, filer In Harlan Counlv. But every man who sells a bond MEN EXPOSED TO SMALLPOX visited their father and sistor Sun- nnd family aro uuarantlncd on acdiscourages this plnn. And every day night. Simmio Hampton, who count of menlnu'itls In Ihn family. Indianapolis Victim of Disease Perils has been in Oklahoma for eight years Leslie nowlintr's llttlo two year old merchant who accepts a Liberty 600 of 8lgnal Corps at seriously ill with menlneitls, Bond n exehango for merchandise, returned homo to upend a few days. hoy is Washington. USE nccount, aids to aymcut of Ho wus visiting his uncle, E. Abuoy, A. 0. Towery Is seriousv ill with a or In WitKhlngton, Feb. 1. Nearly sis hunWnller Cald- this discouragement many fold. hero last week. Joo Gatllff of nervous breakdown, Moreover they nro digging n pit- dred signal corps olllcers nnd men nnd Goochhuid passed hero today going t well and Rov Botkin had a narrow rlvllliin employees here hnvo been exBerea to seo Little Moso Gatllff who escajio from being but t very badly fall in Undo Sam's financial path posed to smallpox, It was learned foldepressing the piarket vuluo Of lowing is in tho College Hospital with spJnul when returning from Berea when by the discovery of a case of the IT'S . meningitis. Luther Mooro, Allle their horso beenmo suddenly fright- the bonds and making it more difll-uu- ll disease In the building In which they for him to dispose of succeedworked. and Sis Cornelt, passed thru hoio ened and ran off a brldiro. Mrs. Ely The victim, a man nntned BRIGHTER, WHITER AND LIGHTER Wells, who came hero from Indianapogoing to Berea last week where they Is visiting her dauBbler in Owsley ing issues. So if you would help Uncle Sam lis, has been removed to the Isolation will board tho train for Hamilton, Cotmtv. Fred Am1 In Is vlRltlns Than Any Other Brand hospital nnd vigorous atepa havo been Thos. rather than tho Kaiser: 0. Bertha King was visiting her bis brolher, Deny Anulln. Don't throw your bond on market. taken to prevent an outbreak. It Is brother over Saturday and Sunday. Goodrich moved to Robert Botkln'.i m,ld "m. 80 wa Don't nccept a bond on nccount. I 'l'n,'H, Wells' Willio Cummins, who has boon farm on Walnut Meadow Pike. HfinUFD East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else WIDlie DEALERS :.:furs ga-ra- go un-ah- s J nv-i.il- or go road-buildin- co 1 sa-in- two-thirt- i - (Join-mnnd- -- POTTS' GOLD DUST FLOUR