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Davoted to tlae Interests of tlie 3orua.taJjPL Feo;ple DKRKA, The Citizen MADlSpN COUNTY KENTUCKY, FEDRUAUY 14, 1918. Ono Dollar Knowledge Is Power and tk way to keep up with motors Knowlcge Is lo read a geotf Newspaper. No. 33. per Year. Beer Drinking The truth of scientific claims is being demonstrated .as no one ever expected. The drinking of beer is slower to show its damaging results than distilled liquors in both the individual and the nation, but in the long run it is even more debasing, demoralizing and brutalizing to its users. In the face of this scientific fact sliall we continue the breweries? Shall we make "Huns" of Americans by the beer process? Shall we complacently sit by and encourage the private profit of brewery stockholders and the blood money derived from the business by our Government in the form of taxes? We have stopped the distillers froirT distilling, but are allowing the sale of the goods already distilled; and still permit the breweries to run. Why should we demand anything less than a cleanof the entire business and demand it up and clean-ou- t now? An order from the Government can save the millions wasted in fuel, in cereals consumed, in cars used by the thousands, that are assigned to the breweries and in daily use on the railroads of the United States. How much longer must this waste continue? ' & RALPH E. MONSON IN OUR OWN STATE special train over the Louisrillo Nashville carrying ofllcinls of Uio road passe! over Uio North Fork extension, going ns far ns McHoborls on an inspection (rip. A U. S. TRANSPORT 1 WORLD NEWS President SUNK BY U-BO- Wison, in an address re- to tho House of Representatives, 168 TROOPS DIE I'roliinlnnry (o llio first annual meeting of the Kentucky I'uro-Urc- d Wisconsin and Michigan Guard Livestock, Association, n illnncr atContingents Among Those tended by stockmen from throughout the Slate, was held at Hotel Lost on Tuscania. Henry Wntcrson In Louisvillo Monday night. Reports from practically every 2,187 section of the coal fields tell of renewed activity along nil lines of American development SURVIVORS LANDED plied lo tho recent speech of tho German Chancellor, on Monday. In a most keen nnalysis, he laid haro the evasion that the Chancellor mado of the issues at stake. In forceful language, ho laid down tho only true basis that a lasting peacu can he built upon. Tho German Emperor has recently celebrated his fifty-ninbirthday. In reply lo many congratulations, ho issued a proclamation In which ho set forth his services to Jiis country. Among thoso wero tho twenty-si- x. years of peace which Germany had enjoyed, the prosperity of tho land nnd the happy relation existing between tho people nnd tho crown. Will tho German peoplo sco tho humor of this? th Baseless Criticism of the Ur HENRY P. DAVISON Ckwnata of llx Wu Council ol the Ameiicin Red CroM Red Cross Is a German Propaganda . There is n propaganda going forth in thin country. It is n German propaganda, nnd it is very prevalent and fervent in tho East, even more so than in the West, and it goes much like this: "Did jou know flint Mr. U told me last night that Mr. said ( aM had been told by Mrs. that Mr. such and such a thing about the Jlcd Cross? Of course I diil not believe it, but that is what lie said." Now that is nothing more than German propaganda. It is going to be stopped, not because of any authority exercised by the Red Cross, but because tho public js going to demand that it must stop. Whatever else anybody is going to do in this country, if the people know it, they are not 'going to contribute to German propaganda. There is another criticism of tho American Hed Cross that is a thoughtless kind of criticism, and that also ought to be stopped, and the way to stop it is this: Somebody may say in very good faith that he is told such and such a thing is so. It is our duty to say to that person: "Do youiknow it is so? If you don't, stop repeating it until you find out, and if you find out that it is so, writo a letter to the Red Cross. They will thank you for your Jetlcr." Do not make any mistake about it the Red Cross not only permits, but urges criticism when it is constructive and honest. Rut this idle talk going on is harmful, and it must be stopped. Wc have an organization which is perfectly enormous. It is a voluntary organization, and we are getting on wonderfully. Wc have- not 100 per cent clUcicncy, but if peoplo will sec to it that the Red Cross is not criticized except constructively wo will get tho efficiency. jEjiW It. D. Otter & Co., of, Louisville, and the Wcinter Fruit & Produce I Co., of Tort WnyiiV, Ind., wcro charged with prollleering in that they ' refused shipments of foodstuffs and permitted them to spoil. CommisWashington,, Fell. 8. Secretary Masioner Murdock asked Food Admin- ker Issue the following statement: istrator Hoover lo revoke their 'The shiklnu of tho Tuscnnln brings license. us face to fnco with the losso of war hi Its most relentless form. It Is a A district meeting of the leading fresh challenge to the civilized world agriculturists of the mountains is by mY adversary who has refined, hut holding forth at I'aintsvillc, John- mndc more deadly, the stealth of tho savage lu warfare. We must win this son County, where a permanent or- wnr nnd wo will win this war. Losses ganization of mountain farmers will like this unite tho country lu sympathy he made. with tho families of thoso who have il suffered loss; they also unite us to Exemption Hoards hi Louisvilla make more determined our purpose to endeavoring lo determine whether press on. "As rapidly as dettills come In, they marriage since May 18 of men withwill be given to tho public, In order to genin the selective service ago are relievo anxiety where possible nnd uine, or merely "slacker" marriage, notice will be sent ns promptly ns posfinding tho problem almost sible to those whose sous und brothers are hopelessly puzzling. have been added to the nation's heroic dead." Soldiers Lose Lives When British Liner Is Torpedoed Off Coast of Ireland Men Were on Way to Battlefield In France Vessel Con- voyed by British Warships. Itnlph B. Mons'on of York, Neb, throughout the United Stntes for bis daring as a steeple Jack, has Just passed his exnmlnntlon for commission In tho flying corps. Having made a bet, Mr. Monson once commenced to climb the Eiffel tower on tho outside, but wns promptly stopped by excited gendarmes and sentinels who thought he hud taken leave of his senses. Tho scparalo peace between Germany and Ukraniajias been signed and il provides thnt industrial relations shall bo resumed at once. Tho Holshcviki government refuses lo recognize tho treaty nnd thcro is not n largo surplus of food product to he spared so that tho gain may not be equal lo expectation.'. Ukrania has seceded from Russia nnd become an independent republic. ' TROOPS ON TRANSPORT Tho Louisvillo Bar Association decided lo advocate the passage' of hills to suppress the prnctico of law by corporations, and to prohibit, tho solicitation by corporations of tho settlement of claims for personal in- juries. Legislators eonversantnvith what Kentucky racing associations ami Imrsemen hnVe done, and aro planning to do, for tho American NRed Cross, are frowning upon tho hill now pending in tho Kentucky Senate aimed at racing in this State. There will he a committeo hearing on Iho measure this week. 11. CONTENTS PACE 1." Editorials: Hoer ing, Uasclcss Criticism lied Crosi Is n Gorman ganda. Our Own Slato U. S. News; World News. PAGE 2. PAGE 3. Drinkof Uio Propa- News; Departmental Columns. Story: A Widow's Hird-sho- L Outside Palo of HumanWar Demands Training ity. of More Nurses. PAGE 4. Locals. PAGE'5. Local News Articles. Beiva Collega Honor Itoll. PAGE Mountain Farming: Rdck-cast- lo Hoys Honored, Patriolh Club, .Hoys Join Agricultural A Word to Housewives. Suggestion to FiiiiiWs, Essay on ScafHomo fold Cane Night school. Department: Do You Know Com Corn Helps Us Feed Meal? the World. G ol International Sunday-schoLesson, TempernncoTalk, War IsHandicraft for Hoys. sues to Ho Taught In Schools. Our Part in Feeding tho Nation. PAGE 8. - Kaslern Kentucky News Letters. PAGE 7. 5 Do tho articles on pago 3 arouso your fighting blood to fighting heat? It won't hurt you to get a little feeling aroused. Tho best lime to subscribo for THE CITIZEN, of all times or Urn year, Is NOW I Thoso whoso subscriptions expire February 15th will nolo our signal nl tho loft hand upper corner of this paper. Wo dare not show any partiality in our great Your dollar for CITIZKN family. ronowal will reinstate you for another year. Do it NOW. Twny, Louisvillo coal dealer, wns held to (he Federal grand jury under $.100 hond on the charge that hn exacted excessive prices for coal from consumers. Tway also was charged with violating regulations of the United States Kjiel Administration In failing. to make required, reports of his dealings, hut waived still they say, "It seems that examination on this charge. And wo can't get along without TUB Miss Pansy Jenkins, a trained CITIZEN as wo hear much of the news wo would not hear if wo drd nurse at Camp Zaclrary Taylor, was honored by Ihe Hopkinsville First not take it." Haplist Church Sunday when sho If you want lo read good matter, was represent0! by a star on the get in on page two of this issuo and church flag unfurled with special devour it mentally. Yon will not programme. The flag contains i3 have a oaso of mental indigestion stars, ono of gold for Llcul. Cecil for a week; ami wo will promise Armstrong, who died in tho service. you something botlor next week. Former President William II. Taft will deliver threo addresses today Our advyirtiscrs always speak i Camp Zachary Taylor. good wjml for TUB CITIZEN as a and Friday at The last? quota of the first draft call medium to reach tho peoplo whom cantonthey wish to reach. They know will begin arriving at tho you ment toniuht and will continuo thru this by results obtained. Have Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, until tried our columns for results? 10.000 recruits aro approximately added to the population of Camp We have entered u good many Zachary Taylor. changes in our Iioroa Collcgo Honor Itoll this weok. If you know of any School Board to Buy Farm that ought to lio changed plcaso do Tho Hoard of Education of Georgenot fail lo drop this office a card and town adopted a resolution authorizHuts help lo keep tho hoys' addressing the purchase of a fivo-ncfarm. es correct. Any new ones that you The property was acquired for vohave in mind pfcaso let us liavo cational trainimr nulhorlzed by tho v Snrith-Hughthem. hill. Tho hoard acted upon tiio recommendation of Prof. Crawford, principal of tho .Many of our hoys in Franco ami Jesse high school. on the high seas read THK CITIZKN each week. It is a foregono conTwo Are Indicted clusion that it is holping lo win tho war with its inspiring messages to Tho grand Jury of WolT County the ones at tho front If you have returned into court an indictment a friend in tho nrmy you will do against Ddrsey A met nnd Flem charred with tho murder of him a great favor by having THK CITIZKN sent to him. II only costs tho Rev. Milton Lvklns, at Leo City, last Saturday. Indictments wcro al$1.50 for tho year to tho Expedition ary Forces in Franco. Help win tho so relumed against them for tho shooting and wouridlng of Caleb war I Dunn and Hollio Cisco. They wcro remanded to Jail without bond. No individual license aro now inquired bytho War Trado Board for Neqro Fugitive Caught tho exportation of horses lo Canada Shorty Ilohlnson, n negro, charged and Newfoundland. Shippers, will with killing Joo Allen, another bp given notice through tho proas nccro, at Pittsburgh sonio tlmo ago if (hero should he a cliango in this and, escaped from custody of tho ruling in tho future. (coauasta rsis nit) C. ro es Ar-ii"- H, Death Total Placed at 210. London, Feb. 8. The Tuscanln wns torpedoed on Tuesday night. The loss of life Is placed at 210, according to the The following ofIlrltlsh ndmlrnlty. ficial communication was given out: "The Anchor liner Tuscnnln, Cnpt. J. L. Henderson, was torpedoed on the night of February C oft tho Irish coast, while carrying United States troops. Following nro the approximate niijuber saved : "United States military officers, 70; men, 1,035. "Crew Ofllccrs, 10; men, 125. "Pnssengers, 3. "Not specified, 32. ToTotnl number aboard, 2,897. tal number saved, 2,187. Tlie foregoing are approximate figures, but ns correct ns can be given A reports in circulation that tho Russians have ordered their army lo ho disbanded and havo with drawn from the war against Germany, Austria, Bulgaria and Turkey. Thi9 is dono without any formal units: treaty. Although Russia baa not Ueplncenient detnebments Nos. 1 been of much aid to tho Allies for and 2. One Hundred nnd Seventieth en- about, a year, it is probable that tho task of winning the war will bo a gineer train. One Hundred nnd Seventh engineer hardor one. train (formerly ono bnttnllon of Michigan engineers nnd one battalion of Sir Fredrick Smith, who has been Wisconsin engineers). speaking in the United States with One Hundred nnd Seventh mllltnry approvnl, has returned to police (formerly parts of tho Fourth much England. It is suggested that tho nnd Sixth Wisconsin Infnntry). -One Hundred nnd Seventh supply return was not entirely voluntary. Ho has been somewhat too frco in train (formerly pnrts of the Fourth, Fifth nnd Sixth Wisconsin Infaritry). his remarks and criticisms to suit.' The scattering units from other di- the authorities in the F.nglislKgov- visions: ernmcnt. He is a conservative in Headquarters detnehment and Companies D, B nnd F, Twentieth engi- his politics and was not in cntlro accord with tho liberal tendencies neers. The One Hundredth nero squadron. of tho present ministry. Washington, Feb. 8. The Thirty-secon- d division, composed of National Ounrd troops from Wisconsin nnd Michigan, was on the torpedoed liner. The division Included tho following Ono Hundred nnd Fifty-eight- h nero squadron. Two Hundred nnd Thirteenth nero squndron. Fifty-on- e cnsunl officers. at present." The. Tucnnln remained nflont for two hours after being torpedoed. The condition of some of the survivors of' tho Tuscania wns "pitiable. Many hnd enst aside all their clothes, and bud been swimming nbout for two hours before being rescued. ' PJace Death List at 168. Washington, Feb. 8. Torpedoed and sunk by a (Jeruuin submarine, the liner Tilsciinlri, bearing 2,170 officers and men of the Thirty-seconNational Guard division, lies at the bottom of the North Atlantic ocenn nnd "nt least 108 troopers probably more are missing. On the busls of figures reported to the .war nnd state departments here tho missing would bo 207; the figures of the ilrltlsh ndmlrnlty, however, placed the missing American troopers nt ICS. There U every hope that the lower number will prove to be correct. Jlrlt-ls- h convoys near to the torpedoed ship closed In quickly nnd did heroic work, ns the comparatively small lo shows. The position of the Tusennla off the north const of Ireland, evidently headed for KiiKhmd, also was such that n number of Ilrltlsb patrol ships und other vessels rushed to Its side nnd In that way the Ins was minimized. Such report tis were nt band gave no details of bow the transport, supposedly heavily convoyed, fell lu with the fcubiilnrliHvhut It wns regarded tin more probable thnt the ship stumbled on the submersible, rather than thnt tho disaster was the first shot lu the tlermun offensive agulnst tho Ine of American troops nnd supplies. Wisconsin and Michigan Troops. The troops, composed chlelly of detachments of Michigan mid Wisconsin National Guardsmen, were traveling under convoy of Ilrltlsh warships. Advices fulled to refer to tho fnto of tho members of the Tuscanlu's crew. Undoubtedly many of them wero saved, nnd when all reports are In officials bopo that tho loss of life will bo remarkably small. News of tho first great disaster In the war to America's armed forces came lu a brief dispatch to the war department from Loudon. It did not mention tho possibility of further survivors, but hope was built hero upon the fuct that all of tho 1,011 were landed at two widely separated , WAR DEPARTMENT'S - REPORT FAVORABLE d General Von Mackcnson is mak ing an effort to turn tho Rumanians from their ambitions toward tho west, m Hungary, by offering to snnnnrt Iho annexation of Bess arabia, a strip of land on tho east of Rumania nnT extending along tho nortlf bank of tho Danubo River to tho sea. The offer is a tempting ono and it would deprivo, Russia of another province. Sweden has decided lo follow tho lead of Holland and permit tho United Stales to use her merchant vessels in tho carrying trade. This Favor.' Also Is Shown Bill to Calr action on tho part of two neutral Skilled Mefts Regardless of Class, nations is offensive to Germany, who Home or Quota Every Soldier Is will retaliato as far as possible. Ia to Be Numbered, Says Baker. return for this concession, tho United States will supply Holland Western Newspaier Union News Servlc and Sweden with tho food products Washington, D. C Favorable re- that they need for their population. port on tho War Department's bill amending tho selective draft law to A committee: appointed to fix rerequire registration of men as they 21 years and basing quotas on sponsibility for tho explosion that reach tho number of men In Class 1, Instead resulted in such loss of life in Hall-fa- x of on stato population, was ordered hns brought in its report. Blamo-founanimously by the Senate Military tho nccident is placed on tho Committee. Canadian pilot and tho caplain of The proposal to exempt men as they ,l. r..n..n1i ...can! Tlnlli ivinn n.tll , mull, ill' il , ... reach 31 years If they have not been llie i ll III II which was opposed by Pro bo prosecuted in tho courts for man- drafted, No evidence of German vost Marshal General Crowder, was jslaughtor. not included In tho bill. An amend plotting was delected as wns susment proposed by Senator Now, of In- pected at ono time. diana, to requlro registration of youths at 19 years and over also was rojected. Tlie English transport, Tuscania, Another bill favorably reported tho draft would author-lr- o was sunk by a German submarine, which affects tho President, In any emergency, jolT tho'north coast of Ireland as sho to call Into Immediate military servlco wns headed for Liverpool. Tha skilled exports In Industry or agricul vessol was carrying American solture, regardless of classification, real- diers to England on tho way to donco or quota. Another bill reportod unanimously was that by Senator Franco anil out of a total or over 2.000 on hoard. 117 wcro drowned, I Jones, of Washington, providing that army officers muy got their uniforms Imalilnsi .II nt flin. prow nnd nnsscn- , .... and equipment at cost from tbo quar- gers. i lie vessel was over mi iiour termaster goneral lnstecd of bolng re- iu sinking, or tho los3 would havp quired to buy from private dealers who been greater. It is believed thnt are charged with profiteering. Other several submarines engaged in tho bills favorably reported provide for payment of six mouths pay to widows, attack. Tho conduct or tho soldiers children or dependents ot onllstod was highly creditable. men dying from wounds or dlaeaso; reorganizing tho army 'nurso corps; Ollloia! announcement has been Increasing buglers' pay, and tor reimbursement to thoso In tbo military es- made that tho United States will tablishment ot personal property In- prevent rurther calamities to tho jured or destroyed In tbo service. soldiers en roulo to Franco by constructing transports that cannot be Irish ports and Indications that relief vessels were ut iand quickly. Thcso vessels will contain Mr. Olllciul, if you build good sunk. Tho war department officials water-tig- ht compnrlmonts that can ' thut It would bo Impossible to roads, you will pleaso your co- (ho shut off and cnoush or theso can '(CoaUausa on rags fit) now I nstituentsact d d I , SENATE COMMITTEE PLANS TO CATCH ALL YOUTHS WHO REACH 21. . r (Continued oa rsf rtvs) V; Pago Two. THE CITIZEN February II, 1018. University Column I College Column LEO S. LINTON SUCCUMBS Academy Column STICKI 11 Normal Column NORMAL INFLUENCE is llio aim of Bcrca Collego spirit-Acade- Vocational Column WHAT RELIGION CAN DO FOR A I Foundation Column FARMERS' NIOHT SCHOOL what Bolow wo givo n letter written by From tho numerous rcmnrks that Miss Grace Gordon said in last his uncle, M. H. Nichols, and a clip- havo been heard on tho campus, tho Department fears tho loss week's Citizen regarding an educa- ping from a Homor, Mich., paper tion. However, many of us don't which gives details of his death and nf n largo number of its students ns soon as this quarantine Is lifted, think of It in terms of llio bayonet. funeral. bullet or bursting grenade. In my Dear friends: I nm enclosing There isn't nny uso locking tho estimation, nn education in tlio ranks herewith a clipping from our coun- slnblo door after the liorso is stolen, is there any uso in leaving of n nation's army means more than ty paper of llio dcatli of Leo S. Linschool nfter tho trouble has passed, anywhere else when llio critical ton who was a student in your up to llio tlnio of his enlistment If nny carriers of tho germ nro time comcw. Yes. Tlio educated found, they will bo Inkcn caro of ioldicr is llio niosl cflloicnl. It is in llio U. S. Army in December. You know something of tho merits nnd will bo sepnrnlcd from the evident tlial a largo per cent of llio enlisted personnel of tlio German and truo worth of Leo, and his un others ns goals from sheep. Then nnd Austrian armies do not know timely death will undoubtedly bo those who do not happen to bo so don't mean n shock to his friends thcro as ii unlucky will bo just ns itnmuiK', why llicy aro lighting. that they aro uneducated. I mean was to his relatives nnd .friends here if not much more so than at their own home. to say that they have not been edu- here. Tho second half of tho year has Tho clipping gives tho fncls nearcated in llio affairs of their government, and Ihey have been deprived ly as Ihoy are, except llio causo of Jtist slnrled. Mnny of our students co'-Ic- go 1 THE QUESTION ntn suro we nil ngrco wllli of freedom of thought. My point of view is that wo need something to invito our attention to the fact that wo havo room for Improvement in our own ranks. Wo have the best army in existence, but we are seeing where nn improvement could bo made As a sergeant. I have had an opportunity to assist in tho instruction of (he recruits from two counties and have had an opportunity to learn something about eaeli Individual. I was much surprised to know so many could not write their name. men anil They wore will be a credit to the nation. They aro good men. Now, these men arc not to bo oritisized under any cirMany havo been decumstances. prived the opportunity of an educa tion, while others let tho goldci moments go by. It is sad to hear a man say that ho lot tho moment slip Ameripast. They aro cans and will do their part in tlio great war game, but when they re turn and tho reconstruction period begins, when they build homes, and havo families of Iheir own. things will be different. They know what it means without an education. So my advice is, if you can't go o tho trenches, go lo school. You will want to make a success in life. And there will bo a great opportunity when this terriblo- - war is over. Be ready to play tho game With n firm footing. Get all you can while, you can. Mr. Wilson tolls us that tlfo first duty of a Marino is obedience, tho second is obedience, and the third is obedience. Now your duly is to prepare yourself for lifo and, if necessary, for the battlefield. ed ed his death was ccrebro meningitis, and ho suffered a great deal during tho week ho was sick. Ho was taken to the base hospital on Sunday, January 27, and died tho next Sunday, February 3, about 5:30 in the morning. lfisfsislcr Martha arrived there at camp MncArthur Thursday about 9 in the evening nnd was with him from that timo until tho end, and she bronchi the remains hero to Homer, arriving hero at 8:31 yes tcrday, Wednesday, morning. The funeral will bo held today, Febru ary 7, at tho M. E. Church hero in Homer. Six of the collego students and Professor Larabco of Hillsdale Col lego are here to attend tho funeral, and also five or six of the Homer boys who nro nt Camp Custer, Bat-l- ie Creek, Mich., in llio U. S. Army, aro expected hero to attend the funeral. Tricks of Worms. Mimicry In animals, "hitherto nn unsolved mystery." Is explained In the North American Itevlew by Hudson Maxim. When ii Mid Is about to attack n worm la looks nt the worm, trying to nscerlnln whether tho worm Is a food worm or a Tho mental process nf the bird Is transferred to tlio nervous system of the worm, wliii, nmv invnro of the fact that the bird would hesjiute toTUtnck him If he were n i inn udder, proceeds to Imitate tho pi.," adder. pulT-ndde- HEADS DURYEA WAR RELIEF I The death of Leo S. Linton, son of John S. Linton, of Homer, occurred, nt Camp MacArthur, Waco, Texas, early Sunday morning, as n. mentioned in tho Leo was 22 years old and graduated from the Homer High School in 191!. The following, year ho taught what is known as tlio Quaker Mills school, south of tho village, and tlio year of 1915-1- 0 be tutored a young man at Dowagiac, preparing him to enter High school. In the fall of 1915, Leo entered: Hillsdale Collego a.s a freshman in the A. B. course and remained there the collego year. Last fall ho went lo Bcrca, Kentucky, and entered collego thcro ns a sophomoro and remained until near tlio middlo of December when lio enlisted in the U. S. Aviation Corps and wns stationed at Newport, Kentucky, until about two weeks ago, when bo was sont to Camp MacArthur, Waco, Texas. Ho arrived at Waco about January 25 and on that day ho wroto a card to his sister, Martha Linton, saying that tho weather was like spring there. Sho received the card Monday, January 28, and as sho was about to answer tho card a telegram camo to her father staling that Leo was seriously ill with spinal men ingitis. Tuesday morning, tlio next day. Miss Linton started from Homer on tho 11:01 New York Central train nnd arrived at Waco Thursday, to find her brother beyond hopes of recovery and death resulted early on Sunday morning, February 3. At 1:05 Sunday evening Ibo lonely sis-tstarted on her return to Homer, accompanying tho remains of her only brother, whoso young lifo had been snuffed out so suddenly. Privalo Linton was a bright nnd promising young man, a student of moro than average nbility and ambitious to make a success in lifo. Tlio sister, Martha, is n trained nurse, having entered tlio hospital of Dr. L. M. Henderson six years ago nnd becoming a success nt her profession. Tho remains were expected to reach Homer this (Tuesday evening and tho funeral wi'l bo held Wednesday, though full de- tnils of tho services arq not com-- I pletcd at tills writing. Leo leaves a father and three sisters, Martha, Enid, who is'a senior tu Homer High school, and Hor-tenwho is about 11 years old, having lost his mother two years Ncws-Slatesmnor se, ago. Stucco for Renovating House. Many men will 'Vpruco up the old place" when Ihey will not tear down and rebuild. Som'tlmes It Is sentiBenovn-tlo- n ment, sometimes economy. can do n lot more than Improve the looks of the house. Itemodellng ind overcoating with Mucco make the lowering Insurnulls ance premium uud Increasing safety. It mukes the home easier to heat In winter, cooler lu summer, and often lowers tho cost of rcpulrlng or repainting. Mrs. NInu I.arro Duryeu of New lYork. bend of the Duryca War Belief In France and a uoted author and beauty, has returned from I'arls to endeavor to raise money for a perpetual fund which will continue tho work ut relief In some form nfter tbo war. Tho Duryeu Belief has given a splendid account of Itself uud has manured, In eplte of many changes In shifting f theater, to Bcenes of the In the last maintain Its personnel. Injuries and Intuits. year, Mrs. Duryen reports, "clothing has Injuries may be atoned for and forbeen distributed to 0.010 refugees, to (Ml soldiers, to 6.603 prisoners, to 014 given; but Insults admit of no compen-lattoThey decrado the mind In Its women In need of babied layettes, to ' own esteem und force It to recover Its 14.050 wounded In hospitals; 074 have been aided and 82,000 . totel by rcveuge. Junius. OnMlngs havo bee? 4t 9 war-reliehos-plCa- U keenest nicr class males at tills very signlfl-Neilh- or n leader among tho fellows. Hoi cant (lino when tho Gospel meetings How far from your flrosldo would wns generally considered lo bo you remove your shins during such should havo been nt band. It is nlholslic In his bollofs; nnd ho look wintry nights ns wo havo been havprinted herewith: lo dlspnrngo Hint notion. ing? How far frojn homo would Tonight, I am writing you foreign no troublo Everything seemed lo substnnllato you go :. to wlint i hnvo intended; but it is lo nllcnd a night school or It. lie repelled all nhw ces, hod ,,SCUM,n of BnbJcrt iihoul a mnttcr which concerns our plo for ).o many back by his oxa Normal Department, Its leacliors nnd .. , wns Influent al, nnd oven crossed .' students! ' tho auditorium whilo tho Invitation I"'" was n It will not bo my happy privilego was being given and eler ' lo attend tho meetings, nor will I Y"s il wns PIvl- ns we ns tlio , V hand 11,0 I arn,fi.r9 Nlglll lie permitted to walk and talk witli .nf. konti1'' ' word nnd scornful smile, my friends and classmates of tho School In n Community in which $1111 others from making tho start peoplo nro Interesled in each olhor. So, especially thoso who will bo called dear old Normal Department, in tho Christian life. into services for Uncle Sam, would tu a general way, I address these In n community whero they hnvo Ho attended voluntary Biblo class regret the loss of four months of linos to tho Normal Department, n Seven room ono teacher school; much needed education. Bo like Doctor Williams is n spcakor of for tho avowed purpose of trying to A lonelier born, bred, and buttered Ho tho postage stamp; stick lo the end, forco nnd truth, Ills views of shako llio faitli of believers. in the Country, who is n College onco told us that ho used lo gel on graduate and has had tho training then, if there is nny causa for alarm, Christianity stnnd out tliero will bo time enough lo leave, with tho foremost Christian teacli- - n "spreo" for weeks, during which of n splendid Normal rourso and before another quarantine is mad". ers of today! Ho imprcsss ono with timo ho would go around through who understands the needs of counthe great necessity of a higher typo llio mountains witli n Biblo under try peoplo; Ono who secures tho COURTESY of godliness! I havo tho pleasure of his nrm, n hottlo of moonshino in vnhmbl" nssMnnro of nnd works in tlio with the County Agent in arranging Courtesy Is a rare jewel, which listening lo liltn four or nvo times ono pocket and a forty-foEach Sunday, sometimes for Farmers' Night Schools. You possessor far beyond each week, i realizo that tho things other. enriches its Hie power of many to realize. Tho for which ha stands represent nil oflcner, ho would 'tank up," find n see a Leader is one who makes peovery net of doing a refined deed, 'that is great and good in this life orowd or mako one and then preach ple want what they need and then of showing kindness and deference, nnd llio life to come! Tho world todny to them. Ho was so drunk ho never helps them to got It. In such n commnkes ono slrnogor nnd nobler, is calling for men and women who remembered afterward just what he munity people will romo lo such n There is a sharp contrast to bo are Irue and sincere to themselves, said. But lie did remember Hint school on such nights lo learn nbout drawn between courtesy and horn- - to their followmen, nnd to their God! he. Iried to discredit religion while nnd discuss wllli each other such playing tho rolo of a proacber. nge. Of courso wo aro polito and It will only bo llioso men and questions, n would he arranged nn nd during llio two or three years plnnnnd for them by such n Teacher in our dealings with our ( en who have definite and well and perhaps with our ized aims who can mako this world previous to li is coming lo Berca ho anil such a County Agent. And on equals; but lo wo show that spirit better by having lived in it! And to had carried a gun constantly with these nights tho nssemhly room of of gentleness nnd respect, which tio these things they must answer tho intention of killing a man who this Ono Teacher Seven room school should, lo a reasonable extent, ac theso three fundamental questions, had incurred his enmity. was crowded by folks who wanted All this ho told us after his con In learn nbout tho tilings that wero company the relations between in '"What can I bo?" "Wlint can I do?" nnd our inferiors? Laying' aside "Whero is my place in lifo?" The version. In be declined, nbout tho very quesIt took placo soveral days aftor tions confronting them in Their diplomatic and enforced courtesy men nnd women of tho Normal Dewo como (o that Highest and most partment and tho men and women tho closo of the revival. Coiiiinunlly. They wnnted to learn He had been in our room Hint somo new Hilngs and folks who' magnanimous form of it, which of the Vocational Department of Bc- truly shows our character, and tho rea College, by tho help of thoir evening working on a debate sinco want lo learn have taken a big slop mold of our innermost thoughts, teachers, can host answer theso eight o'clock. About ten tho lights in successful community UnificaAnd thru you, Dean wero extinguished nnd wo lighted n tion. They didn't hear a lecture. riint is llio courtesy which springs questions! spontaneously from the human McAllister, I appeal to tho mombers lamp. Wo had moro than onco told They had henrt to henrt discusof the Normal Department to heed him that wo wished that ho might sions. They showed their intercit heart. the call of Christianity, this time as becomo a Christian; this interest of in tho .subjects by nskip numorou." of others, he had repelled. questions nnd sharing freely o their CONDUCTOR WEDS A JACKIE never before nud lo put thoir faith ours and in God, for without Him lifo can Then imagine our surprise when ho experience. This is eno "gh lo show suddenly askod us this question, hold no promises of goodl vim that my Impressions of llio Tho great inspiration of Christian "What do you think of religion?' Farmers' Night School held nt tho We trjed lo loll him in a few Scaffold Cnno School wero most live, instilled into tho hearts and minds of the young men nnd women words what wo thought it meant to fnvornhle. In fact I was indeed Hint go out from Berca Collego year ho a Christian; that it was llio only surprised (o find so much interest after year, is n revelation lo Salan truly happy life, that it cost hut nnd enthusiasm as wns ovldcnced and his followers. Yet it Is sad to Hint II was worth n hundred fold on Ibo two nights I wns privileged ivdo that many they nro who pass all tho sacrifice, of what it meant lo attend. lliru that wonderful institution nnd to tho believer here nnd horeaftor. "I don't mean Just that ho replied." neglect this great Salvation! Anil Wo snw that ho was interested. sadder still, is it to come in contact no high That wo should make a moro perJ. SEYMOUR LLOYD with peoplo who havo Ideals; who, in their childhood, fail- sonal appeal. Wo tried as best wo ed to grasp tho real issues that go to could to tell him what II would mean in his own life; to show him make for ono a higher piano of Today wo havo in tho himself, then a picluro of what ho National Army of tho United States, might be, lo show him Christ and as well, also, in other walks of life, a gleam of the joys of tho Christ-lif- e. men and women who do not know Ho listened intently. Wo inwardly their Iruo relnlion to each other, prayed for guidanco to help hlni, nnd to themsolves. But tlio timo is witli Christ's help, to como to tho coming when wc must and will un- place where ho could make full our earthly and our surrondor 'o Him. derstand Presently ho arose and walked to heavenly mission! Ho pnused silently for a I hope, Dean McAllister, that you the door. won't think I am trying lo advisol moment, then turned around. 1 Because of the scarcity of mule la you as lo tho Christian welfare of! "For twcnly years, all my life, have served Ibo devil with my wholo1 being employed n the Normal Department; bor, women nro No! I am conductors on surface lines In New not! I can't writo to each ono in- soul, strength nnd body," ho said And now glrln dividually, so I want you to tell 'Tvo suroly tasted tho wages of sin." York nnd elsewhere. are quitting their Jobs to get married. my Christian faith gained Tonight I'll begin all over again. The photograph shows Mr. and Mrs. them that v to I'll bo a new man. I'll try the other vBt Charles II. Lnwvcr. Mr. Lawyer when nt Boron College lias enabled mo nnd side of lifo now. I'll put Him to tho Is withstand many temptations aboard ono of Undo Sam's cruisers o chief gunner's mate und Mrs. Lawyer pitfalls which Salan so ingeniously test" We asked liini lo kneel with us in Is the llrst of the women conductors prepares for llio unwary. Hell itto full victim to Dan Cupid's darts. self yearned for my soul I Hopo has prayer. Wo knoll together by nm, The war Is really responsible for It llownl Tho very darkness of defeat iM'dside. Aftor loading in prayer wo all. Lawyer met his bride two years tlio asked him to pray. "I don't know, ago when she was Miss Nora Ilnnnnn. lias shrouded my existence, ,0ajkjaji how," ho nnsworcil. "I never did. They had not seen each other until re- sunshino of my soul hecamo blottod; Lawyer then I thought of Christ when Ho Wo tried to repeat to him n short cently when Gunner's Mute boarded a Broadway car. Miss Han-na- hung on tho cross and died that I prayer nf full confession, full of New portrait of J. Seymour Lloyd, was tho conductor, nnd one more might havo denial Hfol And now surrender of all and full ncceptanco hai been made drector oeneral war romanco was added to the list. of recruiting In England. He la well tho Joy of living for my country nnd of Christ. IIo repeated it. then again. His verted In military affair, and under my God is far, far greater than be- hli aupervlilon recruiting already haa COL ALIPI0 GAMA fore! " To you, Dean McAllister, I voico faltered; then llio stolo rebel'""""d largely. owe much of this liappinessl Your lions heart molted and cried nut for a"HHIakfei. . yourself," mercy and pardon, begged for for- words, "Bo squaro with shall always bo my highest aim! giveness in tho first real prayer ho Ho aroso from knell for prayer; as I aroso I struck The inlliienco of Bcrca Collego is n had over uttered. great factor in my Christian life. his knees, Ills faeo radiant. Ills first my head a stunning blow against tho Iron bar of llio upper berth, But uftcr nil, it is to my denr pre- thought wns of his mother. "Hor Twonly-four hours ngo I would dying words wero those of petition cious mother, who watched and I hnvo held out lo mo tho great for me,"'ho said. "Wouldn't sho bo Jjusl sworn a "hluo streak." nut prayed and rubbed my head, whistled n happy lo know this?" truths nf this lifo nnd tho lifo to Wo told him wo thought sho did hum nnd rolled Into bed." como, Hint I havo lo bo thankful. 'This morning ns I enmo out Into my know It; Hint wo bclloved God would But here, I am digressing from subject. And too, I must closo njid "withhold no good tiling" from thoso tho corridor I heard n big follow Himself, teasing n smallor follow about bn- writo this statement. I sincerely whom Ho has taken unto rejoiced over tlio ing a now convert. Ordinarily, hc- hopo nnd pray Hint tho mombers or Tlial if tho angols foro last night, I would havo "Joined tho Normal Department will bo relurn of ono wanderer, surely our Hie sport." But I took llio little squaro witli themselves in this com- loved onos wero in that Joyful host. Aflor talking lo him nbout how ho fellow's part, 'Of nil fellows In tho must havo moro ing Rovivnl! Oh, wo do Hnll ynu'ro tho pretty ono lo bo men and women who nro squaro could help others, what ho could And why not tlio to show others of tho now decision taking sides with tho kid, lio ox- wllli themselves! roligion hoys and girls of tlio doar old Nor- ho had mado, whero ho could mako claimed. 'You miisl'vo got it count for tlio most, and what to too.' I hnvo, I answered, and a good Department? mal do to strengthen his own lifo nnd enso of it, too." Sincerely, Col. Allplo Gama Is the head of tho "And," said ho, "If a follow had purposos, ho said, "Yos, I shnll try Raleigh V. Trospor. v m llalfiH OmvIIImh man il fit La In thoso earnestly to do all that. I moan told mo roligion could, Depot Co. 1st Tr. nn., 159th como to tho United State, to confer business. I am going lo put Him to short moments, moments of aur- Ilrlgndo, Camp Taylor, Ivy. with ua on the beat method of employw , mako so great a change render, tho tost." Ing tho armed forces of Brazil In Vto Noxt morning boforo tho rising in n man's hnblls, his interests, and war against tho Teutons. Acreage. Sugar bell ho camo lo our room. "Isn't it his very naluro, 1 would havo cnlled The world's sugar supply la derived acres. wondorful wlint it will do for o him a bluff. But thank God It doos, ftsaually from over v;nihu Th..id. "Why last for I've put It to tho tost. It stands A qnlet mediocrity Is atlll to be pre-- this acreage bdnj.' divided between man?" ho exclaimed. night when I went lo my room, I every test." enne nnd beets. fcrred before u troubled superfluity.. 'Conducted by County Aoont Spanc hor students shall havo . During our 1017 Collego revival. pr,nin., opportunities and spiritual tho most difficult person lo reach of Scaffold Cano Rural School trnining as woll as training of tlio in our Department was a young man mind nnd body. A mossngo comes ono of llio of about twcnly-onDy Prof. Wm. Josso Balrd from n former student Id his for students in his classes nnd Hint FELLOW unl ., c, X'S ' j1' l'ev '' '!"; ur wom-courlco- us 1 organ-superio- rs, , civi-l'j-ati- n i jLwma i M February 14, 1018. ! THE CITIZEN tolrin nrrns nf Ilrlpliim find Frnnro tt which not a penny's worth of wanton destruction hnd been permitted to occur, In which tho rlpe.penrs hung untouched upon the garden .wnllsj nnd I unw other wide nrens where senrcely ono stone hnd been left to stnnd upon another; where tho fields wero where the male vlltngers hnd been shot In squnds; where Jlie miser-nbt- o survivors hnd been left to den In holes, like wild hensts." Even Soldiers Horrified. Rome Oermnn soldiers, wo are glnd to.see, showed their horror nt the foul deeds committed In Ilclglum. "Tho Inhabitants hnve fled In the vlltngo. It wns horrible. There was clotted blood on all the benrds, nnd wtint fnces one snw, terrible to behold I The dend, 00 In nil, were nt once burled. Among them were innny old women, some old men, nnd n womnn, nwfut to gec; three children lind clasped ench other, nnd died thus. The nltnr nnd the vaults of tho church nro shnttered. They lind n telephono there to communicate with the enemy. Tills morning, September 2, nil the survivors were expelled, nnd 1 snw four llttlo boys cnrrylng n cradle, with n baby five or six months old In It, on two slicks. All tills wris terrlblo to see. Shot after shot I Thunderbolt nfter thunderbolt t Everything Is given over to plllnge; fowls nnd the rest nil killed. I saw n mother, too, with her two children; one hnd n grent wound on the licail nnd bad lost nn eye." (From the dlnry of I,nnco Corporal Pnul Splelmnn of the Krsntz, first brigade of Infantry of (lie Guard.) rnv-nge- Pago Three OUTSIDE PALE OF HUMANITY rightfulness Taught by German Leaders Belongs to Age of Barbarism. SOLEMN PLEDGE MERE WORDS Halter's Statesmen Had No Intention J of Keeping Filth With Their Agreement on International Law i WAP, DEMANDS OUGHT TO BE GOOD I? ,m il TRAINING MORE Thousands of OF NURSE Women A Widow s Birdshot I in It wns nfter threo or four weeks during which time Hezelknk had continued to piny the pnrt of a good Snmnrltnn, thnt he snt down on tho rnll fence nt the hack of his garden nnd hnd n muse with himself: "Dnrn flno woman; dnrn lino I" h begnn. "Up with the lark In tho morning, and working like a beaver nil day. "Makes the best hot biscuits and custard plo of any woman In Stone county." The widower pulled n silver from tho rnll nnd chewed nt It for a wtilln nnd then continued: "Hezelknk, you want n wife. You nro n stow old poke nnd you wnnt somo one to hustle you up. You haven't mndo n dollnr In Ave yenrs nnd you won't In tho next five unless somebody gets you out of bed beforo the dew Is off tho grass. "I enn't sny that I nm so mndly In love with the Widow Blnckwell ns to wnnt to Jump over n precipice for tier sake, 'providing there wns n precipice within fifty miles of herb, nor to drown myself In n hike, providing there wns anything bigger thnn n duck-ponwithin n dny's wnlk of Hcren. "I like nnd ndmlro her mighty dang well, however, nnd If I can 'get her feeling tho same way toward mo lovo will come, nnd so will mntrlmony. Ilezelkak, you have got to do a little conspiring." Hezelknk kept up this thinking for n long week nnd then Anally got n plot. He went over to tho widow ono morning nnd nsked: "Widow Blnckwell, did you hear nny strange noises d ! of Young Are Needed Nurses Service to Fill Ranks In Red Cross (Copyright, By C b. Lew ty the McClure Syndicate.) si Newipa-pe- 1917, r ' i Horror Told by Diaries, . In giving Thousands of patriotic young women throughout tho country aro looking for ways In which they enn serve tho government nt tho present time. Tho Ilureau of Nursing of tho Lnko Division, American Hod Cross, Cleveland, points out that there Is no form of servlco open to women more greatly needed than thnt rendered by the nurses of tho country. Tho Red Cross Nursing Service for which most registered nurses are eligible constitutes tho reserve for tho army and tho navy nurso corps. It Is calling for many hundreds of highly qualified nurses for service abroad In our own hospitals and those of our allies. It Is also calling many hundreds for servlco In tho base hos- to the, American people ed 9 the knowledge of German inhuman-,it- y in Belgium, rays a pamphlet by the committee on public information, the evidence is drawn mainly from German and American iources The German sources and proclamations official other official utterances, letters and diaries of German soldiers, and quotations from German newspapers, The "llules for Field Service" of the German army aduises each soldier to keep such a diary while on active service. In the wnrs wngod In nnclont times It wnH taken for grunted tlmt conquered peopled might he either killed, tortured, or held.ns slnves; tlmt their property would ho thkrn nnd Hint their Innds would he devastated. "Vne vie-tiI woo to the conquc red I" Tor two centuries or more there litis heen n de n Ono summer's afternoon n womnn snt nt a country crossroads. Sho had been there about fifteen minutes. Hnd she been n man there Is no telling what she would hnva said, but being First Musician So he's nn organ- n woman, nnd n widow nt thnt, sho ist, eh? Is be good? lind to bo content with saying: Second Musician lo ought to be to "Drat such a neighborhood I 1 he plnys In church twice every Sun-do- goshen'." IN THE MUSEUM pitals " In the night ttio Inhabitants of I.Iege bocoino mutinous. Forty persons wero shot rnd 15 houses demolished, 10 soldiers shot. The sights here make you cry. "On the 23rd of August everything quiet. The Inhabitants hnvo so fur given In. Seventy students were shot, 200 kept prisoners. Inhabitants returning to I.Iege. ... titendy ndvnnco In Introducing Ideas of liumnnlty nnd especlnlly In confining the evils of wnrfnre to the combatant. The Ideal seemed to hnvo hecotne so sentry duty. Sentry duty Is A 1, no post thoroughly established n n pnrt of In- nllocnted to me. Our occupation, apart ternational lnw tlmt tho towers nt Tho from hnthlng, Is entlng and drinking. Hague thought It sufficient merely to Wo live like God tn lielglum." (From state, the general principles In Article tho dlnry of Job. van der Schoot. reXI AT of tho regulations: "Family hon- servist f tho Tenth company, Thirty-nint- h reserve Infantry regiment, Sevors nnd rights, tho lives of persons nnd prlvnto property, ns well ns re- enth reserve nnny corps.) ligious convictions nnd practice, must "Behaved Like Vandals." lie respected, Private property ennnot Oermnny, In common "August 17. In the ufternoon I hnd ho confiscated." solemnly n look at ttio llttlo chateau belonging 'with tho other powers, pledged her fulth to keep this nrtlcie, to one of the king's secretaries (not at Our men hnd behaved like! liut her mllltury lenders hud no Inten- home). tion of doing so. They hnd heen regular vnndnls. They had tooted ttio trained In tho Ideas voiced hy (Sen. von cellar first, nnd then they lind turned llnrtmnnn 40 yonrs ago: "Terrorism their attention to the lydrooms nnd Is seen to ho n relatively gentlo pro- thrown things about nit over the place. cedure, useful to keep the innxscM of They had even made fruitless efforts the people In n stnte of tihedlenco." to smnh tho snfc open. Lverythlng furnimagnificent This had heen UlHinarck's policy, too. wns topsy-turvAccording to MorlU Huscn, JiismarK s ture, silk, nnd even chlnn. Thnt' whnt Vlographer, Hlsmnrck, exasperated by happens when tho men arc allowed to I am sure tho French resistance, which wns still requisition for themselves. they must have taken nwny a heap of continuing In January, 1871, said: "If In tho terrllory which we occupy, useless stuff simply for the pleasure of I we ennnot supply everything for our looting." "August 0th crossed frontier. Inhnb-- ! troops, from time to time wo shall send n flying column Into the localities Itants on border very good to us nnd. which arc recalcitrant. We. slmll shoot, give us innny things. There Is no dlf-fcrencc noticeable. hang nnd hum. After thnt has "August 'i'lrd. Sunday (between Hlr- -' n few times, tho Inhabitants will nnl nnd ninnnt, vlllngo of Dlsongo). finally come to their senses." At 11 o'clock tho order comes to Horror Told In Soldiers' Diaries. : nfter the, artillery bus thorough-u- p The frlghtfulness tnught hy tho Gerprepared the ground jUiend. The man lenders held full sway In Itelglutn. Tills Is host seen In the entries In the Pioneers nnd Infantry regiment 178 diaries of the Individual German sol- wero marching In front of us. Near n small village tho hitter wero tired on diers. by the Inhabitants. About 220 Inhab"During tho night of August gave the alarm In the itants were shot and tho village was Knglncer Gr town of Vise. Hvery one wos sliot or burnt artillery Is continuously shoottaken prisoner, and the houses were ing tho village ties In n largo ravine. burnt. Tho prisoners were made to Just now, six o'clock In tho ufternoon, march nnd keep up with the troops." the crossing of ttio Mnas begins near Dlnnnt . . . All villages, chateaux, (From tho diary of noncommissioned ollleer Itelnhold Koehn of the Second and houses nro burnt down during this Imttallon of engineers. Third army night. It wns n beautiful sight to see the tires ull round us In the distance. corps.) "August 21. In every village ono "A horrible bath of blood. The whole finds only heaps of ruins nnd many village burnt, tho French thrown Into dead." From tho diary of Matbern, the blazing houses, civilians with the Fourth company, Eleventh Jnger bat-- , rest." (From the diary of 1'rlvnte tullou, Marburg.) Ilnssemer of the Eighth nrtny corps.) All Male Inhabitants Shot "A khell burst near tho Eleventh tho vil"In the night of August was punished company, and wounded seven men, lage of for hnvlng fired on German soldiers by three very severely. At live o'clock wo being burnt to tho ground by tlto Ger- wero ordered by the ollleer In com- troops (two regiments. th. maud of ttio regiment to .shoot nil tho man Twelfth lnndwohr and tho Seven- male Inhabitants of Nomony, because, teenth.) The village was surrounded, tho population wns foollclily attemptnnn iwmlnl lllinllt n Vllfll frOIII 01)0 Otl- - ing to stay the ndvnnco of the German other, so tlmt tlo ono could get out. troops by force of urms. Wo broke Into Then tho Uhlans set Are to It, houso tho houses, and seized ull who resisted, by bouse. Neither ninn, woman, nor In order to executo them according to chltd could escape j only tho greater martial law. The houses which had part of tho llvo stock wo carried off, not been already destroyed hy tho ns that could bo used. Anyone who French artillery nnd our own were set ventured to come out wns bhot down. on tiro hy us, so that nearly tho wholo All the Inhabitants left In tho vlltngc town was reduced to ushes. It Is u terwere burnt with tho houses." (From rlblo sight when helpless women nud tho diary of Private Knrl Scheufcto of children, utterly destitute, nro herded r together and driven Into France." tho Third Ilavarlan regiment nnd Infantry.) (From tho diary of Private Fischer, "At ten o'clock In tho evening tho Eighth llnvarlnu regiment of Infantry, reserve division.) first battalion of the Ono hundred nnd Thirty-thirSeventy-eightmarched down the steep Incllno Into tho burning vlltngo to tho Too Many Servants In Britain. burning vitiligo to tho north of Dlnnnt. Duncan Miller asked tho minister of A terrific spectnclo of ghastly benuty. national service, suys the London 'At tho entrance to the village lny about Times, whether his attention .has been Qfty dead civilians, shot for hnvlng called to tho number of advertisements fired upon our troops from ambush. In tor servants In households of one, two 'the course of tho night many others or three persons, where seven to ten were nlso shot, so tlmt wo counted over Indoor servants nro already kept, nnd 200. Women and children, lamp In whether ho proposes to limit the numhand, wero forced to look on tit the ber of Indoor servants employed In horrible scene. We uto our rlco later ench household. Tho minister of, naIn the midst of tho corpses, for wo hud tional servlco replied thnt ho hnd alhad nothing slnco morning. When wo ready pointed out how essential It Is, 'searched tho houses we found plenty In tho national Interest, thnt no perof wine nnd spirit, but uo eatables. son should employ more servants than Captnln Ilnmunn was drunk." (This aro absolutely necessary. Tho minInst phruse lu shorthund.) (From the ister trusts that tho awakened condiary of Private Phlllpp of tho Ono sciences of thoso who hnvo In this regimeni respect fulled to appreciate their duty Hundred nud Seventy-eigiitof Infuntry, Twelfth army corps.) will provide an Immediate uml sufll-deremedy. It not, he will tell his Wrltlug from lielglum In 1010 Irvln plan In tho general statement on man Cobb suld: S. poweri "Briefly what I suwvwus this: I bw y I J hap-'pen' 15-1(- 1 18-1- 0 Sntnt-Mnurlc- o land-wehd n nt our cantonments. have," snys Miss Roberts, "nurses enough to meet our present need, but In order to maintain our health standards nt homo during and after tho war and to continue to care for our armies many more must be trained. "Tho need for skilled nurses during the next few years will be the greatest tho world has ever known and tho number .of students In the string classes now being enrolled In for nurses throughout the country should be limited only by the teaching facilities of tho schools and by the clinical facilities of tho hospitals with which they nro connected." Tho committee on nursing of the general medical board of the Council of National Defense has encouraged thoso hospitals possessing sufficient clinical material to Increase their fa cllltlcs for tho thorough training of nurses nnd In many Instances this In "Wo Half n mile nwny on tho lowland was n fanner's wlfo chasing a goose, while on the left hand, looking over the roadside fence with one eyo hnlf closed, was nn pld lnrao horse. Tho fnrmcr's wife nnd the goose were too fnr nwny. Hut the widow wns shnklrig j her fnco nt tho horso and getting ready to tell him what sho thought of a crossroads without n guldepost when ' n man driving n horso und buggy hnlf a mile down tho Hillsdale reply. "Somo one wns sure sncnklng around our place last night," he continued. "I have found my spndo nnd hoe gone tho driver over tho dashboard, but this morning. Have you missed any they did not break the tuno ho was of your tools?" "Why, no. But let mo see? Yes, tho I whistling. shovel nro Ncnrcr and nenrer the crossroads ax nnd tho camo Hezeklnk with his ancient rig gone. There surely must have been ns the widow wntched him, and while n thief around here last night." "I not only heard htm, but I snw he wns twenty rods awny, she mut-- 1 him," said Hezeluknk in very solemn tered : "He looks like n half fool, but mny-b- e tones. "From the bnck door I saw Manager What are you sending up he knows enough to answer a plnln him Jump the garden fence, but I to tho automobile garage for? didn't yell nt him for fear of arousing question." a Asslstnnt For "Wtion I" exclnlmed Ilczelknk, ns he you. Somebody punctured "The Fat Boy's" "My stnrs I How dare- a thief come came opposite. "Are you waiting here rubber stomach. around hero?" for nnybody?" tins been done. "I should think I wnsl" snapped the j "Widow, there nre more thieves Following ore somo of the advanwidow. "I hnvo been waiting about nround Herea thnn nny other town In VICE VERSA than tages In nursing education and some two hours for somo ono to corao along, tho stnte and far worse points a young woman should conand tell me In the name of old Aunt thieves." sider in selecting n training school: Ilnnner why there Isn't a guldepost nt j "What do you mean?" she Igasped. "I mean robbers burglars I might Nursing education not only prethese crossroads." 1 pares for a large variety of pro"Madam, my name Is Ilezelkak Wil- ns well tell you the honest truth. It fessional fields, but Is an excellent liams," said tho man ns he nppronched Is dangerous for n widow to live alone preparation for homo and family life her horse nnd brought his hnnd down In this town. I should have told you upon his neck with a vigorous swat so the day we first met, but you had and for public servlco In many ways. bought the place and It was no use to and killed n horsefly. Almost upon enrollment tho stuO "And mine Is Snrah Blackwcll, but sny anything to skeer you. And so dent begins her service to the com-- 4 I figured that I could take care of us munlty In helping to care for the sick, what has that got to do with It?" "Well, madam, I am a widower, you both. I have been dolug thnt right as a pnrt of her Instruction and trainalong, but last night they got the beting. see." "And I nm a widow, but thnt Isn't ter of me." In most schools Is healthy, Ufa "Mr. Wllllnms," said tho widow In answering my question ns to why wholesome, simple and regular. It there Isn't n guldepost here to. direct anxious tones, "do you mean to tell stuIs full of vivid human Interest, the strangers. It seems to bo tho most me thut I nm In dnnger of robbers nnd dent sharing In deepest realities of . burglnrs?" shiftless county in the state." life. "Not with me nround," he replied, "The county Is nil right," he smiled. Tho graduate of a good school you do "I hnve been llvlug hero more thnn "unless I sleep sounder athan times steps at onco Into regular profestwenty y'enrs, nnd I vow I hnve nailed I shall be up nnd down dozen felsional life and work, with an assured a new guldepost up hero every yenr." through tho night, nnd the next my livelihood. No weary strugglo to, get will do. "But whnt has become of them?" low that nppenrs you find me nnd to a foothold to show what she can have reason If wns her Irrlluble demand. "Are you gun handy. The hospital has carried her over that going to tell me thnt this horse look- believe that some unhung villain Is stogo. Her work Is rpady and waiting nround don't toko tho "When the doctor begun to practice ing over tho fence has cnten them up prowling for her If she successfully completes chances of going to a door or n winon mo he said I was nil In." ns fast ns plnnted?" her training. You can bo sure that Ilczelknk "How were you when ho finished?" "No, mn'am, I ain't. They nre pulled dow. The student Is at no expense for looking out for up by tho .roots whenever n young Williams Is on deck board, lodging, laundry, "All out." tuition, In the great majority of nround here gets Jillarlous nnd the unprotected." rann uniform, etc.. The Widow Blnckwell bought fifty goes buggy riding with his girl. If schools. Only n few schools charge a wero stolen CHEAP tuition fee, for preparatory course. there wns n guldepost here, which wo chickens n and half of them month. She bought n pig, Tho student Is also cared for In Illboth can see there ain't, what town within nnd but for Its own shnrp squenls It would you look for?" ness. would have been lifted from the pen Salaries comparo favorably with "Why, Beren, of course." off. On several nights salaries of other trained women Lord, woman, Beren has been and carried "Oh, was milked only threo after midnight her cow some fields they nro higher than In In front of your noso and dry by the marauder. Some ono stolo average. Especially Is this true tho miles nwny nil the tlmo you have been und oven carof teaching nnd administrative work sitting here. So you nro going to Be- her woshtub and boltermop from tho family either In Institutions or In Public ren, eh? I have lived thero myself ried oft tho woodshed. Health Nursing. Opportunities for ad since It' wns n town of four hundred Thero wns a secret which the widow vancement aro many and steadily In people, nnd If you follow mo you won't creasing. your way. I henrd tho other dny hnd not confided to Ilczelknk, nnd lose was tho owner Choice of Training School, thnt a woman from RyefleJd wns think- thatn wns that sho nlso by her Into lashotgun left her (n) He careful In choosing a train ing of buying tho Cltxton place. It of lng school. He sure that Its diploma don't happen by any chanco that you mented. When ttio thefts continued nnd Ilezelkak failed to bring down will enable you to register In your nro tho womnn?" Btate. "Xes, It happens by n good ninny nny game, sho loaded thnt gun with run(b) That its educational standards chnnces that I am. I have bought fine birdshot nnd for three nights aro good. tho place nnd am now on my way over ning she sat by her bedroom window with the dendly wenpon across her (c) Thnt It offers thorough training for It." saw a On ,ln medical, surgical, children's and "Shoot That's right nest door to knees.movingthe third night sho man nbout her grouuds, and maternity nursing. me, and I am glud of It." without giving any warning she aimed (d) That tho housing and living It is needless to say that In duo In his direction and pulled the trigconditions nro such ns to ensure tho both safely nrrlved In Beren, and ger. time of students. health ami Tho Fish What are you looking so whlto tho widow went nbout closing Tho report of tho gun wns quelled (o) That tho working conditions disgruntled about? tho transaction, and making ready to by yells, which sho recognized as tho nro modern and tho hours reasonable enough to mnko a movo over from Hyelleldjho following The Crnli (f) That tho general standing of the crnb crabbed. It's1 hour wo'ro only a week, Ilczelknk turned his old horso private, property of Hezelknk Williams. Two minutes later sho was school and Its graduates ts good. nickel a copy on most of tho lunch Into tho pasture nnd went In to sup- kneeling beside him. Ho was not dead Whero any doubt exists on this point per to astonish Ids housekeeper by saycounters. but his plot was. Ho had conspired further ndvlro should be sought, ing: through olllclals of tho Stato Nurses' with himself to mnko her believe that Betsy, I have seen my second "Well, n husband was badly needed around Association or tho State Hoard of ExTOUGH wife this afternoon." her houso for her protection. Ho ownaminers. "Was thnt the woman driving tho ed up to It Uko a man, and after takAddresses and further Information buggy behind yours as you camo ing tho matter under consideration can bo obtained by writing to tho Ilu along?" roau of Nursing. Lnko Division. Amerifor n few months, or until tho last of That's the ono. IIOW did you Uko tho bird shot had worked Its way out can Red Cross, Garfield building, her looks?" Cleveland. of his anatomy, sho said to him ono "I don't know whether sho will ever evening : be your second wife or not. I don't "Well, Ilezelkak, I was not plotting Tho American Red Cross has prothink It will be for you to havo all to get a husband, but I am not that vided $122,000 worth of supplies for tho say about It." mean to fill a man with birdshot nnd tho relief of sufferers In Guatemala When tho widow arrived next week then refuso to marry him." A party of experienced Red Cross rewith her household effects, she found lict workers has also been sent ta Hezelknk had douo something for her Quatpmala. Ridiculous. which ho hud never douo for himself. Luelln saw the circus for tho first Ho had mowed tho grass In tho front tlmo and sat through tho performance Tho American Red Cross In Francs yard, cut down all the weeds and bur- as primly as if at church. does not admit to Its staff any Amerdocks und thereby inado a great Imican of draft age unless they present "What was tho matter?" her uncle provement around the place. Ue was asked tho llttlo lady later. tho proper credentials from the also on hand wtien tho goods arrived "Why, tho clowns," she explained. United States military or naval auto help unload und carry them In. thorities, giving tho reasons why they "I could hardly keep from laughing at When tho widow arrived she was them." Everybody's. aro not qualified for military or naval very much pleased, und said: servlco. "Why. Mr. Williams, you certainly Between Dirts. go," must bo a good man." Connie I shall not marry a man present there aro 2,852,079 Red Both day und night I'm on tho At Tho tired chauffeur protested. "But you see, you are a wldder, unless ho Is my exact opposite. Cross members in Ohio. Indiana and Mrs. Uluckwell, and wlddera have ft "I never get a rent, although Clssle You will never And so perr Kentucky. hard time of It." I often get unented." feet a being as that. I d r. i .It wns Hezelknk, widower, and ho wns In no hurry to get married ngnln. Neither wns his nged eqiilno In a hurry. To prove thnt he wasn't, ho stopped every two or ttireo minutes to ' see If he could reach a horsefly. These sudden stoppings threatened to send j road. around last night?" "No, I don't think I did," wns tho V 3 4 5 6 I well-bein- mm V Page Four. W. A. TODD SUCCUMBS TO TUP. CITIZEN PUBLIC SCHOOL NOTES E. F. Dizney, Principal Mrs. Clin. F. Olmsted mado February li, 1918. LOCAL PAGE NEWS OF BEREA AND VICINITY, OATHKRED VARIETY OF SOURCES FROM A Dean & Stafford REAL ESTATE Bank & Trait BIdg. ad. MILK COW FOR SALE M. L. Spink. Berea, Ky. NOTICE Tho scrvico of tho Collego Bull Berea, Ky. will bo discontinued to oulsido parties till April 1G. Simon Muncy. ad-3- J. Best Blacksmithing NOTICE! Scientific liorso shooing, flno iron turn. Nolico is hereby givon that all perwork and repairs of all descriptions Our now blackboard slating is nt the Col I ego BIncksmilh Shop, sons holding claims against tho lo hailed with delight by our teachers of tho Into S. G. Hanson and of Main Street, north of Tho Citizen and pupils. Thus far it seems n ad. Mrs. Kato J. Hanson, must (Ho samo Odlcc. great success. properly verified and proven with Plans aro going forward for hedfco my Attorney, Stephen D. Parrish, Wo SELL hats and sell them right. to he planted on our grounds facing ad. at his ofllco in Richmond, Ky., or Mrs. Laura Jones. Boono street. money will pilo up rapidly If, when you cot a surplus I). W. Jackson, Mr. with mo on or prior to tho 2Cth day Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Abnoy is supplying for Miss cash, you tnko it at onco to tho bank. If you carry of February, 1018. and Mrs. Hoy C. Jackson, and Mrs. Dean again this week. sum of money on your porson there always li a W. N. Hanson J II. Jackson motored to Lexington Keep an eye on February 22. Pubtemptation to spend. How often is it said that "money Executor of S. G Hanson and Ad.Monday to visit Justice Jackson and lic exercises at tho Auditorium. Now burns n holo in his pocket?" It will not burn a hole in your Smith Gentry who aro attending ministrator of Mrs. Kato J. Hanson. School Flag formally presented by Open an account pocket if you bank it. Don't procrastinate. Ad. 31 Business Collegp. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mrs. I.oVant Dodge, and Prof. LoVanl with us today. C. Jackson will leave there for thoir Dodge will deliver an address apSALE FOR BEREA GRADED SCHOOL homo in Morcnci, Mich. propriate to tho occasion. Pupils TAX Mrs. Pat Kearns of Winchester is of the school will havo a part in tho I, or somo one, for me, will on visiting her mother, Mrs. Duncan, program. Mayor Gay will repreMonday, March 1, 1018, boing counly who is in a serious condition. There sent Hie oily in nccepting tho now court day, between tho hours of 10 flag. is little hopes .for recovery. FARM AND TOWN LOTS FOR SALE economizing on mllkj' Wo wish wo a.m. and 2 p.m. in front of tho The many friends of Mrs. Orris Public School children look tho PRIVATELY had some power to hrlng (o mothois court houso in Richmond, Ky., sell Mooro will he glad to know sho is examination for meningitis altho no Ono farm of forty acres located at the importance and food vnluo of tho following property to satisfy tho ahlo to return to her home. cases have ever developed, among tax duo tho Bcrea Graded School of Conway, on tho L. it N. R. R. seven milk, ami (o show them that they Mr. amLMrs. Hoy C. Jackson were them or tho towns people. Berea, Ky., for 1917: miles from Bcrea. This farm is all nro purchaing many foods far moro guests of honor to dinner Thursday level, well watered, with crook run- expensive and wilh less nutritivo L. A. Watklns, Collector. THE TWENTY CENT ROAD TAX at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. W. II. E. E. ning through it; is under fence and rvalue, ami yet they do not realize Brockman estate, 1 lot... $17.11 Duncan. LAW 5.G9 Vernio Collins, 1 lot in go I slalo of cultivation. Abdul It. By Joe S. Boggs, Division Engineer, House for rent and somo lots for Wo urge every dairy farmer lo M. G. Crews, 1 lot ten ncres in grass, ten acres sowed 4.8! Ad, sale. Dr. S. h. Baker. State Department Public Roads lo wheat and rye, has small houso point out to his city friends tho food J. R. Click. 1 lot U0 II. C. Woolf of Winchester was in A careful survey of tho road con5".K F. L. Droughon, 1 lot and barn. Thfs farm adjoins tho value of milk and to stato (hat it Is .MAGISTRATE ISAACS' COURT Herca at the first of the week to atditions in Kentucky reveals a sad L. Wednesday morning there apDurham & Alcorn, 1 lot 2.03 it N. R. R. on tho wost and the one of tho cheapest of animal fools tend the funeral of W. A'. Todd. hick of revenue for meeting th.i peared before Magistrato Isaacs, counly highway on Iho cast, bous'j mi tho markeL Thoo in charge of Iho Mary French, 1 lot. 1.60 Mrs. John Van Winkle has recentpresent prices of labor and material, & Knuckles, 1 lot 1.00 Chris Farris and Sam Shearer, both within tlirco hundred yards of tho welfare of children would do well ly returned from a visit with her Fertin needed for tho proper construction depot; Mrs. Lena Holcombc, 1 lot.... 3.7D colored, charged with aiding others this settlement has school, tr, make arrangements to provide an son and daughter in Cincinnati. anil maintenance of modern roads, Polly Howard, 1 lot churches, and the best of neighbors. adequate supply of skimmilk to 3.75 in procuring whiskey from tho SilMiss Ella Harrison, who undereven in the rich counties lhat .arc Ono small farm of twelve acres at families which fool they cannot "afS. Johnson, 1 lot 7.50 ver Creek distillery. This is a pracwent a serious operation at the W. ellicient and economical with their Berea, Just outsldo of tho City ford to buy wholo milk. Wo knotf Calhcrn B. Jones, 1 lot 3.43 tice that has been .going on for -Robinson Hospital at the first of road funds. limits, almost within a stone's that if a child has nn abundance of Mrs. John Kilburn, 1 lot 4.43 twenty years, so testified thoso who last week, was unahlo to recover, R. All county authorities aro con1 M. Moore, throw. Ono-formilo of Iho Grad- wholesome skimmilk, ho will bo lot 3.75 woro arraigned boforo tho court and died Thursday evening. fronted with virtually the same D. A. Preston, 1 lot Magistrate Isaacs has ed School and tho district in sight better nourished than many are now 3.i5 yesterday. S. L. Isaacs and family left at tho road problems, most are building B. Pitts, 1 lot of Borca College, which is a ten with thoir preent diet. 8.30 promised the maldocrs tho full exfirst of tho week for their new J. a few miles of good roads by neg8.57 tent of the law. Tho trick that has minutes walk away. " Davo Pullins, 1 lot homo at Ahcrdeen, Miss. lecting tho maintenance- of many T. V. Riller, 1 lot 3.4 i been played has always been Hint This farm has two nico cottages SAVE THE HENS M. L. Isaacs, ono of Bcrea's boys others "robbing Peter and "paying on it, ono a now four room houso W. G. Robinson, 1 lot 3.1i lawful, or at easl thoc mixed into at Camp Taylor, has recently been Paul," while slowly but surely our Every laying hen sold from tho M. Spenco, 1 lot with inelal roof, and ono a nico flvo 5.1 i the gamn tried to mako themselves promoted from tho ofllco of First Mrs. E. roads as n system aro deteriorating W. J. Simpson, 1 lot room cottage. Farm also has a good, farms before the (lrst of May means 555 as well as officers believo it so, was under Hie Lieutenant to that of Captain. strain of modern Irafflu big barn and necessary outbuildings, a los (If about 30 eggs (o tho food Carry Wallace, 1 lot 4.1 for one party to take out a full barMrs. Mary Duncan is very ill at for tho lack of revenue. L. Williams, 1 lot is all under a good fenco and has n supply of the Nation. Theso eggs 0.88 rel, having previously been subher home in tho West end of town J. Tho 20 Road Tax provided by good ad.-3- 5 well. An Ideal poultry farm; are valuable fool, manufactured scribed to and paid then the Legislature as an addition Smith Gentry, son of Mrs. David splendid view of tho town and sur- largely from insects, weeds, and divided among tho different ones (o last Jackson, has entered Smith's Busi tho present road levy should be rounding country. grass, garbage and waste. Tho egge, "VICTORY" BREAD MUST CONTAIN and disposeil of in more ways than ness College at Lexington. voted as n solution. It will virtually . NOT MORE THAN 80 Ono business lot on corner of therefore, nro almost wholly n net one. Miss Mary Tatum is ill at her double the revenue, wilh no finanWHEAT FLOUR Chestnut and Hoono street, adjoining gain in human food. Moreover, tho Thesn men were fined fifty dollars home on Walnut .Meadow pike. cial burden to anyone. It is far suAny baker will bo permitted to and costs and ten days in jail. Tho tho Gradod School property, and in lieu is just as good meat after sho Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Mooro have perior to Bond Issue, producing n tho center of tho business district, has laid these eggs as before. advertise his product as "victory lime is hoped soon to conio when, moved from their country homo to steady additional income, that doVs Save the hens is tho mcssagn that bread if it contains not moro than in our Commonwealth, this kind of tho "best businoss lot to bo had In their beautiful new home on Estill 80 not have to be repaid with IntcrcsL the United Stales Department of Borea, at any price." wheat flour. No stipulation is trial wjll be unknown. It is satisstreet, It will cost the average (ax payor Agriculture is sending broadcast Two lots ofi Railroad strcct mado as to what ingredients shall fying that thfs Mageslerial District Oscar Hayes, Clare Canfleld, and but n few more dollars per year, as- a stono's throw of tho new within through press notices' and posters, compose the other 20, so long as lias mado moro convictions in tho $35,000 Bert Coddinglon loft last Wednesday they aro selected from tho list rer- - last two years along this lino, thai; suring him belter roads for the L. Si N. depot just completed; lota ami through its counly agents, esfor a fishing trip at St. Petersburg, cheaper marketing of his crops, all have concrcto sido walk ommended by tho Food Administra any other in tho counly. The reason saving many running pecially in the southern poultry-raisi- ng . Orlando, and Tampa, Fla. times over tho wear tho sections. tion, which includes corn flour and for Ibis is the class of officers and entire length of them, aro Miss Florence Tatum went to and tear 5n his vehicles, wagons and corn meal, barley flour, oat meai belter people standing back of them business or dwelling. Richmond last Tuesday to visit automobiles. Will bo sold at a bargain'if taken rice and rice flour, potato flour, etc Lets clean up once for all time. TARM FOR SALE Mrs. Bob Terrill. It will add dollars to tho value of Until March 3 ryo flour may be ai onco. ir interested call on or 55 acres of Hmoslono land, well fencLhis real estate, whero the addition Scott McGuiro and John Welch writo DIl. Smith, Beroa, Ky. used in making victory bread. After ed, watered by springs and ponds. RED CROSS NEWS cents, it will bo al tax costs returned to their homo. Friday night that date ad.-3- 5 it will bo placed on tho Altho handicapped by bad weather ono of tho besthim Six room house, barn, cribs, nnd outbusinoss propositions . fiom a business trip to Chicago. same basis as wheat, as ryo flour buildings. Ideal location two miles and sickness among its workers, tho ho has over engaged in. and an act L. Muncy and family have moved now being shipped to tho allies, Berea Chapter has sent out west of Berea. Easy terms if sold nt GIVE CHILDREN MILK boxes of patriotism in tho sorvico of his from Boono street to Parkway. Bread made of graham or whole every month, and wo wisli to ro Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jackson, Mr3. regret. It is somewhat disconcerllnir to once. he wheat flour may ho termed victory mind every ono that tho garments Nation manwill neveragainst W. II. JAMES, J. H. Jackson, and Mrs. Orris Mooro Tho read the statements mado bv well that is tho 20 bread. Berea. Ky. and bandages wo aro making all go Road Tax is against lijs own mater- informed people lhat tho price of ad.-3- l. and Mr. and Mrs. David Jackson to mako some soldier comfortable. ial interests, against tho uplift and milk is so high that children thru- motored to Speedwell Friday to vis- DEATH OF MISS ELLA HARRISON During December and January, progress of his country, and Is not out Iho country are not receiving it Mrs Nannie Black Johnson. Miss Ella Harrison, daughter of 815 bandages, I caso F. L. MOORE'S of gauze com (ho right kind of a citizen in thoso n sufllcient supply. In the largo Tho Ladies 'Aid of tho Christian Mr. and Mrs. Win. L. Harrison, pass presses, 51 sweaters, 72 pairs of troiibiilous times when his country cities, milk is selling for 12 lo 15 Church mot Tuesday afternoon at ed out of this lifo February 7, 1918, sox, 41 pairs of wristlets, ami 37 is calling him lo help supply nml cents n quart. This is very reasonthe homo of Mrs. Hudspeth. Until the last few months sho seem scarfs wero bent Headnuarlers. feed the aniiies niid strengthen tho able when the prices of other foodMiss "Rea" Scrivner is very ill ed to be in How Wo cannot speak too highly of nrm of the boy in tho trenches, stuffs are considered, ami wo doubt this week at her homo on Center ever, disease excellent health. up FOR had fastened itself tho knitters and workers who havo fighting the bailies of each nud every whether llioro aro very many famistreet. on her and sho mado a bravo fight given up thoir lime to First Class Repairing lies who cannot afford lo pay this this good one. Wanted a good man to work on aided by tho best medical at'endance, cause. prico for milk. Tho Irouhlo Is, most tho farm in Nebraska. Wages $10 Surviving AND tho deceased "aro tho The workroom at Mrs. Ernborg's people do not know its food value, per month, house, garden and cow VOLUNTEERS WANTED father and mother, two sisters and is a very pleasant plaro in which Fine Line.of Jewelry and thoreforo lead themselves lo beAro you a skilled worker? furnished and chicken feed. Ad- two brothers. to sow and wo feel very grateful to dress W. T. Munoy, Foreman, R. 1, Your Country needs you today, lieve they cannot afford it at Its MAIN ST. Funeral servicos woro conducted her for giving DEREA, KY. ad.-3- 3. present price. lis so comfortable a moro than it needs soldiers. Filloy, Nebr. on Friday afternoon at tho M. E, room. It is open every day from Dr.OracoL. Meigs. Dkictor of the Only ships, ships, and mort ships Mrs. Horace Caldwell, of Taylor Church by tho Rov. Howard Hudson 1 to i, after tho quarantine is M. WIDES Federal Bureau's Child Hygiene Dilifted can win tho war. Springs, Now Mexico, was a caller pastor of Berea Collego and at Tho Citizen offlco today when sho tho church, tho Rov. O.tho Haas. of Let every ono who has an hour to Only you nml you and morn of vision, has said: Milk Is tho one the General Dealer, civna nolle lhat C. spare, spend it (here. you can give the Government tho food Hint all young children must Scrap Iron and other Junk have adrenewed their subscription. Sha vanced Sewing machines nro needed vory ships it must havo. havo if they aro to ho strong and or More In price. Wanted, 30 Can and her husband wcro former stuI healthy. Whole milk is rich in tho of Bcrea College and think thoy 3,000 MEN EXPERIENCED IN HAND much, and if anyono has a good dents Tho fato of our soldiers in Europo Scrap Iron, Heavy Copper, Light LING HORSES WANTED FOR machine- lhat is not In uso for a tlmo is in your hands; thoy must havo elements without which tho child's Copper, Heavy Red Brasi, Heavy Yelcannot do without tho homo news. pleaso loan it lo tho Chnptor for a supplies, and only you can send growth ceases and his health Is im low Bran, Light Brass Zlno, Lead, VETERINARY CORPS They aro both teaching and aro deHides, Hone Hidei, Pony and For work in tho enlisted Veterinary few months and help to Increaso our them supplies. paired: Indeed thoro is no food Beef Uidei, No. 1 Sheep lighted in their work. Colt Skim, Raga, Miss Gortrudo Smith, after a Corps, 2,000 men not subject to call supply of garments. Enroll wilh tho Shipyard Volun which can supply ns well tho needs No. 1 Rubber, No. 2 Rubber, Ante. tho selcctivc-servic- o There has been an appeal for teers and help your Country over of tho growing child. Thoro is no Casings. law wook's illness with tonsllitis, Is under sunsllluto for milk in- - tho diet of Also buy eggs and poultry at highagain ablo to assumo her duties in aro wanted. Thoy will bo assigned 500 moro gauzo compresses, lo bo lhis crisis. est market prices. Call ma befora to duly in veterinary hospitals and mado beforo tho 1st of March. This babies and young children. Yet tho selling. Standard wages, pleasant work the schoolroom. Am paying more Increaso in its prico Is so startling ono else la town. If you than aiy in tho corps, calls for n special room which wo ing conditions. Mr. and Mrs. Joo Van Hook became for othor purposes can't Sorvico ovcr-socan bo expeoted hnpn to get, and when our material I will call for your rood. that, as tho reports tho Bureau ro- Go to tho enrollment station and tho happy parents of a ten pound comes, a call will bo mado to every ask for information. colvcs shows, many mothers aro Pbon.i 33 MT son, January 31st. Ho will bo known shortly. RtCHMONB, KY. There is particular demand for woman in Berea and country around ns Cloyd Dlnsmoro. Mrs. Todd and daughters wish to veterinary and agricultural students, to come and help us. Notion of limo WOOD PULP USED IN CLOTH MAN UFACTURE IN GERMANY thank thoir neighbors and friends farmers, stablemen, and others ac and placo will bo given soon. Wood pulp is boing manufactured for their many kindnesses, shown customed to handling horses. A fow them in their hour of boreavemont. men of tho following occupations into cloth in Germany, nccordingto Chicken Day to Farmers WANT A LITTLE FARM NEAR advices received by tho Bureau or Tho residents on Jackson street will also bo accepted: horsoshoers, BEREA? Foreign and Domestlo Commerce mo beginning to enjoy tho now saddlers, pharmacists, cooks, typists Will pay JJic under Cincinnati top quotation! on all fowls brought I havo five, containing from 30 lo The pulp is spun into n thread olcclrio lights installed on that and stenographers. Pay for onlitod men and noncom 00 aoros; somo improved with nico nnd then woven into n fabric, tho slrcol this week. Dr. B. H. Roberts has been suffer- missioned olllcers rango from $30 collage houses. Prices from $30 to warp of which is linen thread. It ing tho past week with a caso of to 50 a month, food, clothing and $100 per aero. Easy terms to tho is said to bo durablo anil to stand S. washing flvo or six times. It is Mul rheumatism in his limbs; nt quarters. Applications for enlist- right man. udcring him almost holp- ment may bo uuulo at any army re J. W. HERNDON, utilized for clothing of nil kinds, Berea Knttirlrv Ad.-3- 7. cruiting ofllco. noroa, Ky. but especially for underwear. cs-ta. W. A. Todd passed away suddenly at tho Robinson Hospital Sunday nfternoon when hopes for his speedy recovery were at their height. Ho was ill less than two weeks and was doing so nicely when tho unexpected look place. Mr. Todd was one of Ilerea's most prominent citizens. Ho was always found on the right side of municipal Muostions and In his church ho was a leader of no mean ability, n giver,1 ns ono Interested in tho soul wet fare, of his brethren, as a missionary spirit in his church, ho had no er,unl. Ho was practically in tho primo of his life, with many deeds of goodness lety for others to lako up for tho Mrtslcr. He has made his homo hero for many years and was widely known and esteemed. The last few years he had his llnancial interests in Mississippi, going back and forth frequently. He was novcr found absent from the Talc's Creek Baptist Association meetings on account of the distance of his work. Ho leaves a wife and two daughters, Misses May and Ruth, an aged mother and a largo "connection of relatives and friends. The funeral services ycro held in the Baptist Church Tuesday morning, conducted by tho Rev. E. II. English, his pastor, assisted by tho Rev. C. S. Ellis of Paint Lick. Interment took phTce in tho Richmond cemetery. Tho sermon given by Brother English was exceedingly appropriate for tho occasion and tho life that was lived by Mr. Todd. Tho bereaved family havo the sympathy of their many friend here and elsewhere. quite contribution in tho way of busy work and pictures. Many thanks. Miss Child has Just mado her round again of tho gra'lcs with her n Hole Does Money 'Burn Your Pocket? f In delightful and helpful stories. Our teachers feel amply pnid for the confusion and temporary disorder around heat registers in corridors and halls during tho bad weather when thoy remember that, tberc has been no serious sicknesjj among our school children (his winter. Somo who wero frightened away from school on account of smallpox nml meningitis aro beginning to re- YOUIt Berea National Bank lh - by-oth- suit-ablof- or Jewelry Store - da-liv- er, as FOWLS WANTED! On Monday Only of Each Week J. GOTT $100 in Education Equals $1,000 in Land. t February 14, 1018, THE CITIZEN Page Flvu. Tliic ia nnt miltr ,i mnmMii!al li f n hbImaIim nrnnnol. AllSS. m. h. nol)inson charIcg Fl T,10mn9 Ky.i WM. C. FROST. Our Government is making strong demands noblnson Fred. Hlllsboro. O, It. n.2. Dngman, C. O.. Amb. Co. 144, Camp tlon as w C H. WERTENBEMGER, Mani.lnt Editor o us to lurnisli spokes lor army use. Bovlc, Ft. Worth, Texas. in order to make Forward. Subscription Kalet Dommon, Wlllard, Fort Siowart, Rood our contracts with the Government we call upon our lioblnson, James S, Cist Inf, Co. K, I'AYAnt.K IN ADVANCK roxasfarmer frie.ids to do their beat to get their spoke timber to Charlotte, N. C. On Yrr j,nr) HI Month, Diamond, AubroyF. Cadet, 27th U.S. our factory. lioblnson, Miss Minnlo Jane, Amb. Thrre Moathi jj of, Co, Baso Hospilal, FL Oglethorpe, The Standard Wheel Company is in need or Riprraa Monrr Knl money lijr OnJr. Draft, Itrglittml Ittrr, or on an.t two one-hal- f cent lUmr. milhon etcort apokea, e.thar oak or h.ck- ville, Ky. JoJm 0vcr )ne Th date aflr ytnir nam on label ahowa to what dale rnur auWrriplkin It lM. If It It not Diznoy, Wm, Bat. D, 10 F. A, Camp orv. S'J1; 2 'n. X2S4111. x 29 m. long, and five milhona of IUUcri Icnry A 10llh Ca 159lh rhangnl within thrr wrrkaaftrr rmewal notify Slanioy, Loon Springs, Toxas. other kind of spokes. Don't be afraid you will glut the. Depot Brig. 02nd Bn, Camp ua. gla.lljr tuppllnl If we Mlttlnc numbrra will C. P., U. S. Naval Training, market. We want these spokes within the next six months.! lor, Louisville, Ky. ar rtotlflnl, Literal trrma given to an who obtain new au1 Station, 1st oth Co, Newport, II. I. Our factory will remain at Berea so long as you furnish US slf S. It, 305th M. G. Bat, Co. c, v tenpunna mrua. Anr one Mmlln ua four yearly unnenpuona can receira in uiuen xr for Dooloy, John F, Co. D, 330 Inf, Camp Camp Upton, N. Y. on year. tle timber ,0 operat(. on. Taylor, Ky. 11 Curry, Everett, rlh Co. Del. C. A.. C,' A. E. F.Franco, via Now York. Daniels, capt. Irving, Co. C, 509th A family Nawtpaper for all that it right, Eng, Camp Tros, Texas true, and Interfiling x Day, Kclloy, Naval Training Station, PuMUhnl awry Thurxlar at llrrra, Kr. Great Lakes, III. Dean, Lieut. William, 330 Inf, Camp BEREA PUBLISHING cu. I (Incorporaied) Taylor, Louisville, Ky. The Citizen Fort Bliss, Tex. lFlef in i" flfA.f muuouiui1 Avmv .Robertson, Jackson, 23rd U. vmvi. Inllicf Eng, Camp Mcado, Md. and Assist Our Government floble, Carroll, Hdqr. Co. 140lh Reg. Iloark, Flword, 18 F. A. Med. Co. C, Dept., 8.1 I lUm LIBERTY LOAN PRIMER i--ia - Fdilor-ln-Ch- ' - Band, Camp 8helby, Hatlicsburg, I , - (V) I'Mt-nfll- o ,!H!!l:pllli!k!!;. I to-da- y j Tay-Dods- on, I AdrrrtUlna? ratrt on application. Berea College HONOR ROLL Horen College Is proud of tlio rec- Frict per 1000 ( ord of soldier boys. Tliey liavo answered the cnll of our Country 1J4'x2( 15 inches long. Hickory only, $7.00 with tho spirit of men. Wo shall 16 Inches long 25gx3 35.00 nlways follow up their career with 40.00 2Jix3U 16 Inches long tho deepest interest. Tho names of 50.00 3Jix3K 10 Inches long Homo nro probably not on this list. 2 x2jj 28 inches long, second growth any one knows of a Horca man If 25.00 all White Timber llattlesburg. Miss. in tho Army whoso name is not la 2Ux2Z) Inches long Red or White Ernbcrg, Otto, 149th Inf. Dand, Hat60.00 Ala. Timber this list send in tho najno and ad licsburg, Miss. 1Ux2 28 Inches long, 60 per cent Short, Sgt. Cyrus P, It. O. T. C, lrcss to Iho President's Olllco, Bcroa AD, 40 per cent CD 12.00 ' Fenwlck, Leonard L, Camp Custer, WORLD NEWS Chattanooga, Tcnn. College, Ilcrca, Ky. (Continued from Figa One) Daltlo Creek, Mich. Shorto, Scrg. D. C, Co K, 148th Inf., Good fortune go with all. Second Growth White & Chestnut Oak Felton, Corp. Flavol L, Co. "A" 55 Camp Sheridan. Montgomery, Ala. always be separated to keep the 60.00' 29 inches long 2&x2 Inf, Chickamauga Park, Ga. Slemp, Lieut. Alfred C, Bat. Adams, Lieut. Tounscn, 140th Inf., F. A, boat afloat, no matter how bad a 35.00 2x3, 16 Inches long Fielder, Leonard, Srd Co. 1st Bat. 159 Camp Stanley, Leon Springs, Te.x. hole may bo made in tho vessel. At i Camp Shelby, Hatlicsburg, Miss. any rale time to escape may be seD. B, Camp Taylor, Ky. 40.00 2)x3K 16 inches long Simpson, Green, Corpus Chrlsle, dams, Lieut. Wlloy, UOtlt llcg. Inf. Fielder, William, 3rd Co. 1st Bat. 159 cured by this means. Camp Shelby, llattlesburg, Miss. 50.00 Tex, Co. F, 5th U. S. Eng. 3H3K 16 inches long D. B, Camp Taylor, Ky. .Alcr, Antonio, 15'Jth U. S. Inf., Camp omun, rrcucne All spokes must be free from defects, such as worm )6it rieiu Hospi Hennery, Elmo, 98 Aero S. Squad, holes, wind shakes, knots, bird pecks and crooks, and Shelby, llattlesburg. Miss. tal, Barracks A. 3, Camp Jackson, IN OUR OWN STATE split full of size specified. A. E. F, Via. New York P. M. . Columbia, S. C. Alford, Green II., U. S. A. N. S., Pcn- (Continued from Page One) Flint, Sgl. Sherman, Fort Hodman, sacola, Fla. Smith, J. W, Co. 310, U. S. Amb. ofllcers, was arrested at Richmond Nejv Bedford, Mass. Corps, Camp Dix, Trenton, N. J. .Amburgy, Denver, Co. M, 110th Inf, by Ch'ief of Police Dovorc. The Franklin, Harlan, 1st Co. C.A.C, Smith, John, Amb. Corp Co, 310 Camp negro was taken back to Pittsburgh llattlesburg, Miss. Pigeon Point, Wilmington, Del Hallcy, Frank. Iled Cross Military Dix. Trenton, N. J. by Detectives Frank ind Geslcr, of INCORPORATED Foster, Sbmuel, Ambulanco Corps, 10 Hospital, Somewhere in France. St. Clair, Ray D, Army Y. M. C. A, Pittsburgh. Botli of tho negroes M. o. T. C, Fori III ley, Kans. Haily, Green, lladio Co, U. S. Navy, Kontiirltv' Chattanooga, Tenn rW.i were citizens of RichmoiiTl and bad French, Marvin, (Navy), 1012, 18lh Cambridge, Mass. Street, Arvel, Med. Dept. 80th T. A, gone to Pittsburgh to work. SL. Brooklyn. N. Y. Chattanooga,. Tenn Jlallingcr. William II., Mattery F, HIS F. A, Camp Mcoile, Baltimore. French, Otis, U. S. Naval Training Killin, E. L, Co. C, 147 Inf, Mont- Station, Berkeley, Va. SMART PEOPLE BUY DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS gomory, Ala. Md. U. S. TRANSPORT SUNK KIncaid, Bradley, 37th, 10 Tr, Bn, 'Batson, LicuL C. C, UOlli Inf, Camp French, Ollis J., caro Naval Y. M. C (Continued from Paje ons) FROM A, 107 Sands St, Brooklyn. N. Y. 15a, D. B, Camp Taylor, Ky. Shelby, Hnttiesburg, Miss. Lewis, Noah, Co. L, 10th U. S. Inf, nnnnunce Hatson, Hcuben D, Otli Provisional Frost, Lieut. Clovcland, 541 F. A, m of ttlosiTorr board until Camp Funsten, Kansas. Co., 2nd M. M. Reg, Camp k, complete reports lind been received. Fort Bcnj. Harrison, Ind. Gabbard, Scrg. E. Blaine, Ambulance Instructions were sent by wireless S'pcncc. Sgt. E. L,Co. I, 18th Inf. A, Ga. mid cable by the war, navy and state Corps No. 12, American ExpediE. F, via. N. Y. P. O. Benllcld, Corp. Brackncl A, Co. M. tionary Forces. Spencc, Sgt. W. F, 4th C, 1st T. departments to their representatives In 321st Inf, Camp Jackson, S. C. Knglnnd nml Ireland, directing that THERE IS A REASON Bn, Camp Taylor, Ky. llicknell, Corp. J. Paul, Hdq. Co, Gabbard, John B, 330th Inf, C. E, every detail be forwarded at the Camp Taylor, Ky. Spink. Corp. Paul, 1st Co. Military earliest possible moment. IllUh Inf. Hand. llattlesburg, Miss. Colson, Franco, via Now York. Police, Camp Lcgan, Houston, Tex, Land at Two" Northern Irish Towns." Illllry, Cheerful, II. Co. Naval Hosp,, Gay, , KENTUCKY RICHMOND (iillen. Hoy, Co. L, 10th Inf, Ft. BcnJ. ' Buncrnnna, at which survivors from Sliiwell, Lieut, Abner J, Co. G, 3i2nd Portsmouth, Vn. Harrison, Ind. the Tuscnnla were landed. Is located on Inf, Camp Grant, HI Ilirchflcld, William, Co. F., 20th Eng., uotincy, cnauncoy, uinccrs Training j Dix Branch, N. J. si. Clair, Hay D, 55 mr. Military Lough Swllly, on the northern const of Camp, FL BcnJ. Harrison, Ind. Branch, Y. M. C. A. Wo JW, t,naito- - Ireland, V2 miles from Londonderry. Howling, Grovor, Camp Shelby, Mis. Hubbard, Lloyd, Camp Sheridan, Morgan, Reuben, Camp Taylor, Lough Swllly 1h n long, nnrrdw buy nooga, Tcnn. Louisville, Ky. Branson, Jerry, Co. 81, Reg. 8, 0. 1,. (irillln, Lieut. Arloigh C, Fort An Montgomery, Ala. running In fjom the Atluntlc ocean. drews, Mass. N. T. S., Great Lakes, III. Hunter, Harry S, Bat. A. 119 U. S". F, .Morgan, Rufus, Med. Dept, Ft. Benj. Stout, Charles E, Camp Taylor, LouLarne, where other Mirvlvors wero -isville, Ky. Hoyer, Clarence, U. S. S. Floridn, Griffith. Fleming, Somo where in A, Camp McArfhur, Waco, Texas, Harrison, Ind. landed from the vessel, Is on tho Franco Slaglc, Dean, Electric. Div. DetachPostmaster, New York City. Hunter, Hinlon II, 108 Co, 8th Reg, Moore, Edwin, Hdqr. Co. 330 Inf, northeast const of Ireland, 23 miles ment Enlisted Specialists, Fort from Belfast. It Is u north channel Brock, John II, 2nd Tr. Brgd. Lino Gross, Frank, Co. M. 4th Inf, Gettys U. S. Marine, Galveston, Toxas, Camp Taylor, Louisville, Ky. burg, Pa. Monroe, Va. .11, Kelly Field, So. gan Antonio, "Imrie, LlcuL N. A., 30 Coleman St, port. The approximate distance by Moore, Harold, Aviation Corps, ColumGross, Orvillc, Hecruit C. A. C, Foil Tale, J. Harl, Camp Sevier, Army water between the two ports Is 10O Texas. London, England. O. bus, Molt. Salem. N. J. miles. Y. M. C. A. Sevier Branch, Green Ilrown, Corbclt, Camp Taylor, LouisImrie, Jack, 30 Coleman St, London Moore, George, Aviation Corps 1 ? ?, ville, S. C. Hackett. H. W, 3rd Plat, 13 P.. Co. Disaster News Rushed to President. England. ville, Ky. S. 317, Ft. Thomas. Ky President Wilson wns Informed of Browning, nenjamin F, Somewhere Isaacs, Lieut. M. J, 320 F. A, Camp Murrcll, Jcsso L, Bar. 830 N. C. 8, Taulbcc, Sclden, Eng. Corps, El Paso, uaji, i.ieui. Jonn, m. u.,u. !j. miu- - x.ivlor Louisville Kv. the Tuscnnla sinking by Secretary TuTexas. Camp Decatur. III. in France. tary Branch, Chattanooga, Tcnn. snn RaL nnvr. no. n i tg rnf. Camn Ncal, Sidney, Battery A. 12 F. A. Ft. Templcton, R. R, Y. M. C. A, Fort multy while he wns at the theater. Urashcar, Dlshmnn, U. S. S. Drldge, Secretary of War linker lecelved It Oglethorpe, Ga. care Posliuostor, Now York City. Haley, Corp. Earl D, Ord. Depot, 38th si,i)V miss Meyer, Va. olllce, where lie wns Div, Camp Shelby, Huttiesburg, JolmsoI1 Corp CIy(1Ct 140 p. A. 4isi Nickell, Clarence, M. D. 149th Inf, Trayis. Vaud A, Ft. Riley, Kans, nt his Secretnry of the Navy working Calhoun, Qiiincoy, Ft. Lee, Peterslate. Daniels MiSS- I or M. O. T. C. I caro burg, Va. nivialnn A R R vln N. Y. M. Camp Shelby, Miss. wns nt home. Hosp. No. Campbell, William, Chief Bugler, Halzak. George. U. S. Gen. It wns tho grim Irony of fnte that Jolmsoni Stanley. Co. No. 45, Paris Nickell, Ira, Llout, Camp Taylor, Trospcr, Raleigh, 108 Co. 27 P. T. -- Bn. 5th Reg, Camp Taylor, Louis7 Roland Park, Baltimore, Md. j the wor,d of the first great disaster of Islan(I ,,ort noya( s c . 119 Inf. Hand. HalUcsmirg. Miss: Louisvillo, Ky. the wnr should come on the heels of ville, KyS Carpenter, Sgt. Ilollins, Troop D, Mil. Bart, Lieut. Joseph, Camp raylor, Joiu E,anii 2,i Acr0 Squad, Park. Osborn, J. O, Co. D, Oth Eng, A.E.F, Louisvillo. Ky. Washburn, Major James H, Annis-to- n, Mr. Daniels' announcement, made yesllel(1 Tenn Police, Camp Funsten, Kans. 'P. M, Now Yorf City. terday ns an echo of a. London stateAla. Caudill, SgL James 11, Co. D, 310th Barrel, Gordon, 10th Inf. Med. Dpt., jCI1(VSinwn r.0. B, Ifith Inl, Fort ParJicr, Clarence, Camp Shelby, llatment : Fort Benjamin Harrison, Ind Wells, E. J, U. S. S. Minneapolis, Engineers, Camp Lowis, Wash. Pcnjamiu Harrison, Ind. tlesburg, Miss. "The war ngnlnst the Is beNew York. Cecil, Capt. J. J, Troop H, 13th Cav, Harrison, Creed, Co. 78, Main Bar Jenkins, Charles . Supply Co. & Phelps, Glenn, Ambulanco Corps 21, ing won." racks, Paris Island, Port Royal, S.C. 322 Field Artillery, Cutnp Sher Wheeler, Val, Camp Beauregard, La. The Indicated locality of the torpeSanfordyce, Texas. Fort Clark, Texas. Chapman, Floyd, M. Q. Co, 149th Inf., Hammond, Sergt. Benjamin, 333rd man. Ctullicothe. O. Picklcsimcr, Parncli, Y. M. C. A., Wlloy, Robert, U. S. S. Hartford, doing, oft the Irish const, suggests that the troops were a portion of the diviPostmaster, New York City. Jnf, Camp Taylor, Louisvillo, Ky. Kincaid. Bradley. Co. E. 33ith Inf, Fort Orglcthorpo,, Ga, Camp Shelby, llattlesburg, Miss. sion that reports had it wero to Chapman, Henry Clay, 119 M. 0. Co, Hays, SgL Earl T, 18th Co. 5th, Tr. Camp Taylor, Ky. Porter, Donald, Musician, 149th Inf. Wiley, Lewis A, U. S. S. Hartford, trained in Knglnnd for servlco bo In Po?tmaster, New York City Bn, Camp Taylor, Ky. Crimp Shelby, llattlesburg, Miss. Band, Hdqr. Co, llattlesburg. Miss, Linton, Leo S, Died at Camp Mac- FInnders. mr. Wilson, f403car, Marino Bar. Co. 72, Chastccn, Ernest, 159th U. S. Inf, Hays, Herbert, Musician, liutli Arthur. Texas. Fobruary 3. 1918, Powell, Stanloy, 48 Co, 12 Bu. 150 Among the men on the Tuscnnla md, S. C. Band, Camp Sholby, Hatlicsburg. t,0W1s, Hugh, Camp Sheridan, Mont- - Parker, Thos. L, 4, Camp Shelby, Hatliesburg, Miss. were aero und forestry units, ns well 0. T. 8, Camp I Paris In ns some National Guardsmen, but Mlss. Wiseman. Earl. "Somowhero gomory.Ala. Chaslccn. Jesse, 159th U. S. Inf. Sherman, Chillicotho, Ohio. of tho war department took the Hembrce, Georgo, Ofllcers' Training Lockin, Earl W, Reg. A. necruit Dc- - narkm; nnimrL nn L. I20lh InfJ France." Camp Shelby, Hatticsburg, Miss. , mo A.iw ilCfe. .Jtu. 11. iif.i,. t rv OIU nilA. Hfir. CI ,1 Vnt position that If the statement were Camp, FL BcnJ. Harrison, Ind. Co., lYUMU, lj, L, Childs, Herman, N. Y. S. taoli. Co. 0, Camp Taylor, Ky. S'crvico Branch, Greenville, S. C. uuthorlzed that the troops come from Hcckman, Waller W, Asst. Band Lynch, Sergt. Dora. 52nd Inf. Mill- - Parson, Chester, Marino Bar. Co. 71, Corps, Camp Shelby, Miss. Newport, P.. I. Young, C. Harvey, Fruitland, Now any pnrtlculnr stutes, especlnlly In tho .Masicr, muui mr. uanu, uuqr. io, "Manly," U. S. S. Nebraska, Chattanooga. Tcnn. lary Dranch. .Childs, Paris Island, S. C. nse of severnl Mutes having considerllattlesburg, Miss. Mexico, Forward. , caro Iostmaster, Now York City. Martin, Sergeant Robert, Mod. Dopt, Patin, Ralph, Y. M. C. A, Dos Molnos, able numbers of troops on tho move, Clark, Claudo, Co. M. 321st Inf, Camp Hill, Ernest B, Block II. 15, Camp 14th F. A, Fort Sill, Okla. Iowa. Any information, such a9 moro It mlsht create the Impression that u Johnston, Jacksonville, Fla. Jackson, Columbia, S. C. Martin, Carlylo, Fort Loo, Peters- Pearson, Leland E, 32nd C. 151 Do-p- ot complete address .or additional great muny more troops from two stntes In pnrtlculnr wero Involved Clark, Walter, 3t Inf. Med. Dept. Milliard, D. Moss, San Pedro do burg, Va. B, Camp Mcado, Md. names for our honor roll aro welthan wns the fact. Macorls, D. R. Fort llliss, Texas. May, Bruce, Q. M. Corps, Co. 1, Madi- Perry, Pcnn, Camp Taylor, Louis- come Help us mako our Roll a comUrged to Withhold State'Names. Collins, Charles, Med. Officer's Y. M Milliard, Dudloy, San Pedro do Ky. son Barracks, N. Y. ville, x plete roster of Beroa men in tho serFor this reason representatives of Macoris, D. R. C. A, Fort Oglclhropo, Ga. May, G. H, Q. M. Div. 87th Aoro Perkins, U. S. S. Jenkins, Postmaster, vice, ono of valuo as woli as ono of the press wero especlnlly urged not to Collins, Ilobcrt E, N. P.. Sta, Co. 8, Hook, John T, Caisson Co. 2, 112ht Snuadron. Ml. .Clemens. Mich. Now York City. which wo aro projd. give, until authorized, tho names of Ammunition Train, 37th DivJMnr0W( Georgo, Co. 2, Squad. 335, Norfolk, Va. D. B. Camp Taylor, Ky. several states, small contingents of uamp bnoriuan, Montgomery, aw. Collins, Samuel F, M. O.'T. C, Post Aviation, Ft. Thomas, Ky. Phelps, Glenn C, A. C. 21, Douglai, whose Guardsmen wero on board the Hoffman, Clarcnco. U. S. Aviattoa McCan w Co. B. 309th En- Ga. n!. Joi,n torpedoed vessel. Ex, Ft. Oglcthorpo, ITALY AND FRANCE REGULATE O, Corps, Columbus, chnrge of a wns The Combs, Lieut. Sowoll, Camp Taylor, ghiecrs, Camp Taylor, Ky. Ptiokclt, John Allen, Co. G, 149th D,cTDirT British Tuscnnla and nIn British crew. olllcer l li Yw O Ari aiuu Atiu tiuw Hoffman, Frank, U. S. Aviation Corps, McComas, Battlo Creek Ambulanco Louisville, Ky. Inf, Camp Shelby, Miss, USE OF PAPER There wns no American naval crew, Columbus, O. Cook, Tom, 108 Flold Amb, nritlsh Co, Allcutown, Pa. Raine, James Watt, Army Y. M. C. A, but n naval armed gunrd on Hogg, Harvey, Co. D. 2nd Ky. Inf,' McGulTey, William, U. S. S. Missis Exp. Forces, Franco. Newspapers in Italy aro now reg- board. Britishvessel was convoyed by Camp Sholby, Miss. The Hatticsburg, Miss. Cornclt, Jodn, 1st Co. 113lh M. P., sippi, caro Post Maslor, Now York Reams, Robert, Inf. Co. D. Med. Tr. ulated by tho Government as to sizo British warships, but as It wns flying Howard, Richard, U. S. S. PennsylCamp Shelby, llattlesburg, Miss. City, Div. X. Camp, Ft. Benj. Harrison, Ind. and prico. With somo oxcoptions the British Hug und In churgo of the vania, Postmaster, Now York City. iMcGuiro, Bon, Franco, E. F. CoM, Reddon, Sergt. E. A, Ft. Omaha, dally napers must not contain mure British admiralty It was Impossible to Cox, Sgt. Edward 0., Co. K, 148lh Inf, Howard, Georgo, U. S. 8. PennsylCamp Shorldan, Ala, Omaha, Neb 9th InL, Via. N. Y. than four pages, and 10 times u leant tonight Just how tho vessel was rs vania, Postmaster, Now York City. McKay, Lieut. Waltor II, Medical Held, Harry B, Aviation Squadron, ' month Ihoy must bo published In convoyed, although 'Ico Admiral Sims Coyle, Truo F, 30lh Inf. Band, London Is understood to have been Howard, John, Forward, Bi'rchfleld, Cp, Camp Grcon, N.C. two pages. Returns by dealers must at Corps, American Expeditionary San Antonio, Texas. fully aware of the circumstances of Ky. Loulsof tho convoy. of tho number Cranco, Lonoy, Camp Taylor, Richardson, William K, Med. Dopt, 'not exceed 10 Forces. Howell, Marcus, U. S. S. George MoMullln, Samuel, 159th Inf, Camp copies furnished. villo, Ky. Ft. Sill, Okla. Largest Loss for U. 3. Washington, Brooklyn, N. Y. Shelby, llattlesburg, Miss. Rico, Augustus. Battle Creek Ambu Grain, L. 0, 18th Co. 5th Tr. Iln., In. Franco decrees liavo been Is The sinking of the Tuscnnla repreU. S. S. George Menzlo, Leonard W, Overseas BatHylton, Charles, Camp Taylor, Ky. lanco Corps. Allentown, Pa. sued which Imposo restrictions upon sents apparently tho largest cusuulty Washington, Brooklyn, N. Y. talion, Marino Barracks, Paris is Rltter, Corp. Henry A, 309 Fid. Slg. tho uso of paper, particularly for list since the United Stutes entered the Cress, llollio, Co. IP. 148th Inf, Camp Hudspeth, Llout. Ralph W, 333rd posters. Certain kinds or udvortls-Reynold- s, war. Bgd. Co. C, Camp Taylor, Ky. land, S. C. Sheridan, Ala. Reg. Supply. Co, Camp Tuylor, Mm0l. n0bort E, Block II. 15. Camp The Tuscnnla wus u steel twin screw Roy, 53rd Co, Naval TrainTaylor, Battle Creek Am- - ing postors aro entirely prohibited Creech, Louisvillo, Ky. wbilo for others tho sizo Is limited. Anchor lino gtcuuicr of 14,3 IS' tons. Johnston, Jacksonville, Fla. ing Station, Norfolk, Va. bulanco Corps, Allontown, Pa. i Douglas, Vco M, Ambulanco Co. No 2, Fort Logan, Houston, Toxas. Early, Clinton, 19th Inf. Hand, Camp Shelby, Hatlicsburg, Miss. Edwards, John Paul, Hand Master, I mill Inf. Hand, llattlesburg, Mlfl). Edwards, Corp. Thomas, Jr., Co. M, W.tli Inf, Camp MacArlhur, Wftco, Texas. Edwards, Itobcrl, Ofllcors' Training Camp, Leon Springs, Toxas. Englc, Stanley, Ofllcors' Training Camp, Ft. HcnJ. Harrison, Ind. Fulks. Elliott L, Hdqr. Co. 149lh Jnf., 1 We Offer the Following Prices on Spokes Delivered at Berea or on L. & N. R. R. between Jeilico and Berea SPLIT HICKORY SPOKES O Either Red or White Timber lloyse, Felix, Hdrjr. Co. 330th Inf, Camp Taylor, Louisville, Ky. Sapp, Claud, U. S. Naval Tr. Camp, Portland. N. H. Saiidlin, Floyd, U. S. S. Nevada, Postmaster, Now York City. Sharp, Dewey F., 22 Aero Squad, E.E.F, via Now York City, P. M Sellers, Rudolph, Army Y. M. C. A, Camp Sherman, Chillicotho, Ohio. Settle, Mark, First Machlno Co, Ft. Bcnj. Harrison, Ind. Simpson, Green, Dewitt, Ky. Forward. . Sliorlc, Serg. Braxton C, Co K, 148th Inf., Camp Sheridan, Montgomery, Making Humanity Safe Much has been said obout making the world safo for humanity. Somo pcoplo nro inclined to regard this as morcly platitude. But it Isn't. Recent occurrences at sea oro intensely illuminating on this point. On ono occasion a German submarine permitted n lot of English sailors to clamber aboard nflcr their ship had been sunk and their small boats boon swamped. And after mi hour or so tho submerged and drowned them nil but one. Dozens of instances have been reported whero tho Germans shelled open boats after having sunk a ship. Frequently their occupants wero killed or wounded. Humanity was decide, y in danger (here. Bill on November 21 when tho American destroyer Fanning sunk a Mate Harwell and Coxwain Connor Jumped overboard Irf rescue a drowning German of the submarine's crew. And they saved him. Humanity there wns safo. There's n big difference in tho American and German idea of humanity. Few of us care-f-or the German Brand. That's why wo buy Liberty Bonds. Thcy'ro insurance against it. U-bat, i, one-eight- " Standard Wheel Co. : , Han-noc- OWEN McKEE i , , 1 ' I I ' K-1- f. oil!-cln- ls -8 A Head-quarlo- I You Can Go To School Thii Winter If You Think You can Pago Six. T1IK CITIZEN February 14, 1918. MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spence, Farm Demonstrator and Special Investigator cold weather. Sow somo rapo early for bogs Tlio following boys of llio Boys' (sows and young pigs). Put in cow- Agricultural Cub, under (ho super, peas and soybeans later, about Juno vision of County Agent Spcncd, bave I. Poultry should havo somo alien been issued Stale Certificates. Those certillcates bavo been issued to llio Hon. Tlio faithful hens aro ready boys for llicir good work in llio club. to enlist in tbo service of llio United All wbo took llio Slate examination States and do llicir part in this and passed witb n grado of 70 or great war. Oivo them n chance to increaso llio poultry army, by set above received certillcates. Daniel Hoono Saylor, Urodlicad; ting overy old hen and using incu Jack Owens, Ottawa; Roscoo Proc- bators. tor, Frank Jobnson, and Granvlllo SCAFFOLD CANE FARMERS' NIGHT Holcomb, Orlando. SCHOOL boys look llio cxami-nalio- n ' Some of tlio By Anna Coyle and turned in record books but were too late to bo graded by The following essay was written by a sixth grado pupil, and shows tlio comniilteo at Loxinglon. Robert Fish, Ml. Vernon, sent in clearly what that ono got out of tho bis record book loo Into to bo grad- week of Farmers' Night School, con ed. His record will bo sent in but ducted by County Agent Spence, as not for a certificate Ibis year, be- slsleil by others. cause bo failed to take examination Wo have had a Farmers' Night Ho proon account of sickness. School at tho Rural School house duced 101 bushels and 10 pounds of on Scaffold Cane pike from January com on bis aero of land. This is ,21 to 20. tbo best yield of Rockcasllo Count?. Tho subject for Monday night ROCKCASTLE COUNTY BOYS HONORED l SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE 1st Door HOME DEPARTMENT Conducted by Miss Margaret Oizncy, Director of Home Science DO YOU KNOW CORN MEAL? Its Use Means Service to Your Nourishing Food Country For You seo how good can be. Tliero nro many kinds. You will wonder why you didn't uso It can bo. Tliero aro many klnda. It is very nourishing, too. A cup of corn meal gives oven moro fuel lo your body than n cup of wheal flour. Hero is n quick kind of corn bread. Our grandmothers used lo bnko it on n board before tbo open lire. You can bako It in your oven Corn Dodger 2 cups corn meal, teaspoon salt, 2 teaspoons fnt, Iftcups boiling water. Pour tho boiling wnlcr ovor thn oilier materials. Beat well. When cool, form into lliin.cnkes and bako 30 minutes In a hot oven. Mnkcs 11 biscuits. These crisp litllo biscuits aro good willi butler or gravy. Knt and vegetables. Ihein with your-mea- t Corn as Bread Corn bread is especially good mado with sour milk and soda; but sweet milk and baking powdor aro satisfactory. Eggs improve tlio flavor and improve tho food value. but may bo omitted if too expensive. Corn Broad 11 1 Berea's Vocational Schools money-taning Training that adds to your general education. power, combined with Try corn bread nnd FOR YOUNO MEN Agriculture, Carpentry, Brlcklayiag, Printing, Commerce and Telegraphy. FOR YOUNO LADIES Home Selence, Dress makia, Cooking, tho food value of tho dish Is nearly doublod. Hero is a delicious corn meal and milk dessert. Indian Pudding -I cups milk (wbolo'or skim)' clip corn meal, 91 teaspoon salt, 1 teaspoon ginger, ',S cup molasses. . Nursing, Stenography and Typewriting. Cook milk nud meal In n doubto boiler 20 minutes; tvld molasses, 2nd Door Berea's Foundation School General Education for those sot far advanced, combined with somo vocational training. No matter what your present advancement, we can put you with others like yourself and give chance for most rapid progress. 3rd Door Berea's English Academy Course For those who are not oxpecting to teach and who are not golag thru College ind desire more general education. It also gives tlio best general education for thoso who wish a good start in study and expect to carry it on by themselves 4th Door Berea's Normal School PATRIOTIC BOYS JOIN AGRICULTURAL CLUB Should See or Write Their County Agent at Once Kentucky boys who arc too young to shoulder a gun to fight for their country can show their patriotism and aid their country and their bin brothers in the trenches by enrolling in tbo Hoys' Agricultural Club. Their work will bo more interesting and profitable through such an as sociation. Those who aro interested and want to join aro urged to see or write to County Agent Robert F. Spence, Herca, Ky., at once. llioso of 1017 Tlio old members aro asked also to see or write tlio give name, age, County Agent father's name and address. Do this at once. SEED CORN SITUATION DEMANDS SERIOUS ATTENTION -- Early Frost in Corn Belt Destroyed Germination and the South Must Supply Seed Tho early frost of last fall came when the corn in the greatest producing sections was still green. Tho result is thai the seed corn for next season must bo obtained elsewhere. Tho growers are looking to Kentucky for their supply of seed corn. Much corn in Kenutcky had failed to maluro and is, of course, useless for seeding purposes. Tho only way lo tell whether your corn will germinate or grow is to test it. Tests aro easily made and will effect a great saving. Tho fool situation is approaching an acuto stago and if the corn crop is a failure, disaster will surely follow. This will inevitaby bo tho situation if seed corn is not distributed to our neighbors who havo none. Farmers wbo havo no seed corn should get it at once. Don't wait until planting time. Do it now. Don't Fail To Test The Corn! A WORD TO HOUSEWIVES Look over your gardon seeds and for your garden and truck patches. Bo sure that on have enough. If yo.i havon't, you should soo your neighbors and borrow or buy at once. If yiu can't gel them from your noigh-bi.r- s. seo your merchant as soon as possiblo and havo Jiim to ordor nil you need. Do this at once. A groat will bo on aftor a whilo and you'll havo to wait. Havo tho garden plowed. Inform the husband of bow much manure must gp from llio barn to tho gardon. Tho garden is first spot thai should be sorvoil. Remonibor thoro's no timo to bo wailed. Now's the time to move and make move. Tho throo H's must bo kopl in mind (Deans, Dread, and Bacon). Don't forgot tho early hatohed ohiokons aro llio host. Now's tho linio lo begin tho poultry work. soo if you havo enough SUGGESTIONS Boans, bo TO FARMERS Dread, anil Bacon" should 1018. our toxt for Plowing should start as soon n? land oan bo workod. Plow deep and closo. Beans should bo socured lo plant garden, truck patches, and fields. Seed corn should bo secured and lusted at onoo. it's scarce and should bo located Immediately. Now's tho timo to breed sows to get April pigs. Pigs in April will grow off well because of grass. Thoy can bo saved bettor in April than in was 'Fertilizers, Kinds Needed, nnd How to Use Them,' discussed by Prof. Win. Jesse Baird, instead of County Agent Spence, who was sh'K in tho hospital. There were fifty- Academy Course Door two out for that night. Mr. Baird College best training In Mathematics, This is tho straight road to said that mannro was ono of the Science, Languages, History and all preparatory subjects. Tho most valuable fertilizers run I should Academy is now Berea's largest department not be pilcvl up in heaps hut should bo spread all over (he land. He adCollege Door vised not lo pile it near a stream This is the crown of the whole Institution, and provides standard or pilch it out tho barn window lo courses in all advanced subjects. wasto away. He also talked about To the A Temporary Raise in Board is forced by war conditions. lime for our land. S'omo of the regular price of board as advertised in tho catalog will be added this questions asked were: "How much burnt lime should be used on an year, for young ladies, ten cents a week, and for young men, twenty acre?' 'How much ground lime cents. This adds $3.60 to the year's expenses for girls, and 17.20 for boyt should bo used?' Ho stated that but still leaves the cost half that at other schools and "cheaper than lliero should be two tons of burnt lime usod and as much crushed lime staying at home." PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental fee and room rent as you wanL Lime is used lo Installments are as follows: sweeten the soil and he told us how by the term, board by the half term. wo can tell when soil needs lime by WINTER TERM smelling a handful. We learned that Expenses for Boys ground limestone is best for oui' ACAIIKMV VOCATIONAL AND hind hero because it is less expenSCHOOLS AND NORMAL COLLEOr FOUNDATION sive. S 5.00 $ 6.00 Incidental Fco I 7.00 Tuesday nipht the subject was Room 6.00 , 7.20 7.20 "Soils ojid Field Crops.". The speak- Board, 0 weeks 10.20 10.20 10.20 ers wero Messrs. Baird, Anderson 23.40 21.10 Amount duo Jan. 2. 1918 .... 21.20 and Spence. Soy beans, clover and ' 10.20 10.20 Board 6 weeks, duo Feb. 13... 10.20 alfalfa were mentioned as goo.l Held '31X10 "31.40 '33M Total for Term crops. They tested somo sour soil Expenses for Girls in a bottle by putting water and Incidental Fco 1aj $ 5.00 4 ammonia in it which turned the Room 12, 12L COO wat,er black whi.lo in tlie other, Board, 0 weeks D.fK 9.6 9.C0 water, dirt, and limb wero placed 23.80 Amount duo Jan. 2, 1918.... 20.C0 220 and the water remained clear. 9.G0 9.60 0Q Board 6 weeks, duo Feb. 13... Wednesday night, wo had asocial '33.10 '30.20 32.10 Total for Term given by Mr. Anderson who served This does not include the dollar deposit nor money for toots or cocoa whilo Messrs. Lacky and Morgan teslird tho milk from the laundry. cows belonging io Messrs. Anderson Special Expenses in Addition to Incidental Fee Business and T. J. Lakes. Tlio former's cow U'iMltr Fall String tested the highest in butler fat. Stenography and Typewriting 114.00 1 10.00 112.00 This was followed by an arithmetic Bookkeeping (brief course) 14.00 12.00 10.00 contest among the rural school chil- Bookkeeping 5.00 (regular course) 6.00 7.00 dren. Business eourse for students Tho program for Thursday night ia ' other departments: treated on Farm conveniences. Stenography 10.50 .7.50 9.00 Mrs. naine. Prof. Lewis and J. M. Typewiiting, with one hour's Lackey led the discussion in wjiicli 5.00 7.00 use of instrument 6.00 (hoy advised having water piped to Com. Law, Com. Geog, Com. tho bouse, io havo good lights, to 1JB0 1.50 Arith., or Penmanship, each .. 2.10 have tho knives and scissors well In no caso will special Business Fees exceed $15.00 per term. sharrtcnod, io havo the gates on d young man or young woman caa got an education Any hince.s so you need not work an houc to do so. before passing thru, to havo a silo at Berea if thore is the will If it is impossible for any young man or young woman to bo for winter feed; then tho women ivcw to keep tho lamps clean and in school the full year, by all moans thoy should enter for a course durtho wioks trimmed so tho mon may ing the winter and spring terms. The public schools will closo about Christmas and. tho teachers be able In read the nows. Friday night was Agricultural and advanced pupils should not bo idle through tho long winter Club night at which was organized months but should be studying in Berea wbcro tho best education can n club consisting of tho following: be gotten for least money. Stanley McQueen, fieo. Davis. SherApplicants must bring or send a testimonial showing that they art man Willis, Willio Malicnle, Kennitli above 15 years old, in good health and of good character. This may bi Winnie Rajne. Men In McQueen, signed by some former Berea student in good standing or somo reliable Harkett. Knima Coyle, Lottio Barneighbor. The use of tobacco is strictly forbidden. rett, Mary and Anna Coyle. W teacher or deoided that this would be members For information or friendly advico write to the Secretary, a good way to holp win llio war. MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Ky. Tho topic for Saturday night was Horticulture, discussed by Prof. F. O. Clark anil Donlon Fiohlor. Thoy VCnTeaYnrnjrtO, 7ollowear "$1.45 LIEUT. JOHN K. RICHARDS told us whoxo lo plant our poach 01.50, mixed 2 car $1 1001.45. Oats No. white 9OVi091o, standtrees ami how to do it and tho kinds ard white 9O09Oc, No. 3 white 894 90c, No. 2 mixed SSM,89c, No. 3 to plant. They told us not to sell our apples at 03e. por bushel in tlio mixed Butter, Eggs and Poultry. full, but ' to keop them till spring Butter Wholo nillk creamery exnud got a good prico for them. They tras 54c, centralized creamery extras told us lo grow llio kind of poaches 61V6c firsts 49c, seconds 47c. Kebs Prime firsts C3c, that will sell in tho. market. Wo dinary firsts 55c, seconds Urals C2c, or 50c. wo havo moro vegewero told if Livo Poultry urouers, under s ins, tables thnn wo could consumo to 28c; fryors, 2 Its and ovor, 28c; roastover, 28c; lbs bring thorn to tho cannery and thoy ing chlckenH, 4over, and VA fowls, 5 lbs and 28c; lbs and would buy them. Much was said over, 28c; under 3V4 lbs, 28c; roosters, about tho groat war and tho weeks 19c. Live Stock. Hireling camo (o an end. butch Wo enjoyed tho wholo weok and er Cattle Shipper $100)12.50; good to steers, extra $10.50011.75, wisli that a similar week may soon cholco $9.50010.25, common to fair ho repeated. $709; heifers, extra $10011, good to cholco $92509.75, common to fair $0.5008.75; cows, oxtra $9010, good to cholco $808.75, common to fair CINCINNATI MARKETS. $0.50 07.50; cannors $006.50; stockcrj Flour, Hay and Grain. Flour Winter patents 10.8011, and feeders $0.5009 50. Hogs Selected heavy shippers winter fancy $10.20, do family $9.70, do extras $8.70, low grade $8.20, bard $16.25, good to cholco packers and patents U1.2O0U.75. butchers $16.25, medium and mlxod to Hay No. 1 timothy $33.50, No. 2 $33 $16.25, stags $10012, common Lieut John K. Richard, U. 3. N., 33.1:5, No. 1 clover mixed $33, No. 2 choice heavy fat sows $10014.25, light Was one of the officers of the American shippers $160 16.25. $32.50033. No. 1 clover $34.50035. Sheep Kxtra $11011.50, good to destroyer Jacob Jones who survived .Com Quotations ou car corn: cholco $10011, common to fair $609. when that vessel was torpedoed and sunk by a German submarine. This gives the best training for those who expect la leach. Courses aro so arranged that young people can teach through the summer and fall and attend school through the winter and spring, thus earning money to keep right oa in their course of study. Read Dinsmoro's great book, "How to Teach n District School.' 5th Berea's Preparatory 6th Berea (1) 2 sail, nnd ginger. Pour into hultorcd pudding dish and bnko two hours in n slow oven, or uso llrcless cooker. Servo with milk. This makes a good and nourishing dessert. Serves six. Corn Meal and Moat Corn meal Is good combined with meals. Such n dish is n meal in Itself. Try lliis one. Tamalo Pie 2 cups corn meal, 0 cups walor, tablespoon fat, 1 onion, 2 cups tomatoes, I pound hamburger steak. Make a mush by stirring tho corn meal nnd 14 teaspoons salt Into Cook 15 mlnuto. boiling water. Brown onion in fat, add hamburger ami stir until red color disappears. Add sail, pepper, and lomalo. A sweel pepper is an ndditlon. Ciroaso linking dish, put in layer o corn-me- al iiiihIi, mid seasoned meal, and rover wilh muh. Bake nnt-bn- lf hour. Serves six. 1 able-bodie- cups corn meal, CORN HELPS US FEED THE 2 cups sweet milk (wholo or WORLD skim), Ours is the splendid burden of 4 lenspoons baking powder, feeding the world. Tliero Is no tablespoon sugar, magic way of making food win tho 2 tablespoons fat, war. It can bo done in but ono way; 1 teapoon . salL, tbo way of voluntary nnd eager egg (may bo omitted). resolution nnd ncllon of tbo whobt (2) people in overy shop nnd every 2 cups corn meal, kilcheii and nt every table in tho 2 cups sour milk, land. I teaspoon soda, Tho more com we uso tho moro tablespoon sugar, . food can bo sent abroad. Tliero aro 2 tablespoons fat, at least 50 ways to uso corn meal to teaspoon sail, mnko good dishe for dinner, supper I egg (may bo omitted). Add milk, and breakfast. Your family is missMix dry ingredients. egg, and molted fat. ing delicious, noiirshing, economiBeat well. Bako in shallow pan for cal food If you nro not serving common! dishes in your home. 30 minutes. Recipe An Old Southern Iloro nro somo moro suggestions Hot Breads Here is an old fashioned soft spoon Ikwlon brown bread; Hoccake; broad that Southerners like. With milk or sirup it makes a satisfying .Mufllns; Biscuits; firiddlo cakes; WhJlIes. meal. Desserts Spoon Bread Corn-me- al molasses cako; Applo 2 cups water. corn broad; Dumplings; flingcr-luea- d; 1 cup milk (whole or skim), 1 cup corn Fruit gems. meal, Hearty Dishes 1 tablespoon fat, Corii-tno- al croquultes; Corn-me2 eggs, I'sli halls; Meat and corn-me- al 2 teaspoons salt. Mix watcn anil corn meal and bring dumplings; Italian polenta; Tamales. These recipes nro in Fnrmors' Bullo tho boiling point and cook 5 min eggs well and add with letin Co.", "Corn Meal as a Food and utes. Beat other materials to tho mush. Beat Ways of Using It." frco from tho well nnd bako in a well greased pan Department of Agriculture. Corn Meal Our Ally! for 25 miuutos in a hot oven. Servo snmo dish with n spoon. nom tho Enough for six. Magazine to Feed Pipe. Long xiiiokes nro fissured liy the InCorn Meal and Milk vention of n pipe Into which ndilltlonnl mush for tolmcco Is Illicit from n inngnzlno on uso corn-meis both cheap ono slilo of the howl as tlio original n breakfast food? U and good. Cooked in skim milk in- charge In consumed. stead of water it is extra flno and -1 1 1 1 well-beaten al Do-yoal AMERICAN RED CROSS CANTEEN IN FRANCE &7Wc. Tho canteen of tho American Itcd Cross ut Chalons In the Murno district. Hero tho I'ollu on leave, amidst penccful clean tmrroumlliics, Is served wholesome food at cost. And the Pollu without u frunc In bis pockets, ts also welcomed. Time is Your Fortune Don't Waste it ! FrrVrunry 14, 1018. T1IE CITIZEN Pago Seven. SUNDAY SCHOOL Lesson 8. First Quarter. Feb. ruary 24, 1918. THE INTERNATIONAL 4:21-34 Temperance LmNotes (Conducted by tlio National Woman's Ctirlntlnn Tempernnro Union.) HANDICRAFT FOR BOYS Dr A. NBELY HALL Aithof of Th ll.ndr nor." "Tht ftajr Crr.nr.man," Handicraft for Hand? tlora." tit . . K. WAR ISSUES TO BE TAUGHT I Our Part in Feeding the Nation AGRICULTURE'S BIG WAR INJCHOOLS National Security League Will Teach Every Child Why U. S. Is at War and Must Win. to the mennco Involved In the All meant revelations, not only of dlsloy alty, but of apathy and Ignorance to ward tho war In many sections or tne country, threatening at onco the suc ceasful prosecution of tho war nnd tho very foundations of Americanism, the National Security League has InaU' guratcd an effort of wldo scopo to further patriotic education In the (Special Information Service, U. 8. Department of Agriculture.) SERIES (Copyright, by A. Neely Hall.) A MALAY OR TAILLESS KITE. Tho Malay Is probably tho most practical boys' klto ever Invented. Klguro 1 shows tho completed Ma lay, Fig. 2 tho klto In flight, Kig. 3 Its completed framework, nnd Figs. 4, nnd C tho details for preparing the frame sticks. The kite has a vertical stick and a each of which should b 40 Inches In length, about three-quar- E bow-stic- WfTJpl LABOR PROBLEM DRINKER. Memory TO THE MODERATE Leiion Text, Mark "Nations, as well as Individuals, nre Matt. 13:31, 32 Golden accepting tho unquestioned nervous Verses, Text, Ita. 11:9 Commentary Pre. damage of nlcobol," snys llr. llobcrt pared by Rev. D. M. Stearns. 8. Carroll In his book, "Tlio Mastery Mnny appalling nnd of Nervousness." The first two verses of cihr lesson distorted statements hnvo been made to frighten tho drinker from his cups. find n similar saying In Matt. 0:13-10- , where believers nre cnllcd Hie suit of Hut It would seem thnt when n comgovernment to the enrth nnil the light of the world, mittee appointed by n Invcstlgnto the hnnnfut effect of allint the wnrnlng Is Riven thnt unit tniiy cohol reports thnt the drluker'H life Is lose Its savor, nnd n light may he shortened 25 minutes by every glnss hy clrcunistnnces from benefit of alcoholic liquor, even tho reckless lriff others. As we snw In tlio parable would hesitate. Six yenrs nrc knocked of the sower ninny things nmy hinder off the earthly exlstenco of the aver frultfulness. In that parable It seems ngo drinker. The tippler nnswersthnt to mo that neither wayside nor rocky It Is his own II fo thnt he Is short noil glvo nny evidence of the hearer's enlng, nnd If bo plenses so to live nnd salvation, while the thorny soli may die, he nlono Is hurt. There Is anIndicate a saved but unfruitful life. other thing to be considered: "Three out of four of tho offspring Therefore the warning about the necessity of the light shining, nnd the of nvernge drinkers show Inherited defects, chiefly of the nervous sysear; hearing. Mnny nn Intense, unhnppy, In lesson verses SI nnd 25 there Is nn tem. neurotic of today admonition so much needed In our day Is the defective daughter of n genial, when there Is so much false teaching gentle"Take heed what ye hear" suggesting Jovial, that we should be careful to hear only man whose mint Juleps of burn hot In the brains of his chilthnt which Is noted In the Scripture of Truth (Dan. 1U :'.'!). Our attitude should dren. Numbers of fearsome epilepbe, "I will henr whnt dm) the Iird will tics go through lives of fierce uncerspeak" (I's. 8.1:8). As to a man losing tainty, the unhnppy products of n that which he huth, the meaning Is single nncestrnl spree. These Inno more plain In I.uke 8:18: "That which cent victims nre condemned, beforo We are .to him birth, to live with nervous systems at be seemeth to have. his mother and brethren only when tuned to discord, cnpnhlo of expressc hesr the word of Uod and do it ing life only through minor strains, do- hopelessly deficient pitiable, (Luke 8:21). When he speaks of the Kingdom of pressed, morbid, blighted lives. (Sod In parables, after the Pharisees determined to kill him, thus rejecting THE WINNING ARGUMENT. him and his Kingdom, we must under"It Is Idle to nrguc from prophecy stand him to be referring to this pres- when we mny nrguo from history," ent ago of n rejected nnd postponed pithily sold Sidney Lanier. What Kingdom which he culled "the mystery has really happened ns tho result of of the Kingdom" (rs. 11). Home people dry law Is of moro vnlujj ns prohibiexpet to see the seed spring up as tion argument thnn nil tho prognostl- soon as It ts sown, and nrc discouraged cntlnns of liquor advocates In nnd for. If they do not see converts at every territory now wet. In n recent camservice; but, whilst we. should always paign Issuo the Union Signal gives expect rehiilts. It ile. seem to me bet- column nfter column to this worth ter to leave tho results with him who while history argument. First-hanassures us that his word will always testimony from 14 dry states (there accomplish his pleasure (Isa. 55:11). was no spneo for more) proves thnt The farmer who commits the seed to prohibition Is a boon nnd n blessing, the ground nnd lo (iod waits patiently socially nnd economically; thnt It In upon (Iod for results (James 5:7), and creases ninn power nnd money pow In due time gathers In the results. It er. "Tho success nrgument," says Is safe townlt till harvest time. tho editor, "Is the winning fnctor In give us the parable of present-dnVerses prohibition cnmpnlgns. Jt the mustnrd seed, which cun he under- effectually silences tho llquorltes." stood only In the light of the other par- Thnt nrgument Is abundantly sup ables of this discourse, which Is fully piled hy enthuslnstlc statements congiven In Matt. lit. Here Is an unnatural tinually given out by governors, nttor growth, for tho mustard plant ts not n ney generals, mayors, sheriffs, bnnkgrcnt tree, and the fols of the air ers, by business mnnngers, labor commust be understood in the light of his missioners, nnd prominent residents of exposition of the parable of the sower, prohibition stntes. t'niiiparo verses 4 and 15. Hut let us look nt the "hole seven of DRY DIT8. bis ono dlscourso In Matt. 1.1, and reOrnmmnr n In prohibition: member thnt he Is describing this Dry: Comparative. whole ago between his rejection nnd Dryer: Superlative. bis return during which his followers Bono dry: In 1020 tho United are to "Occupy till ho come," making Stntes will be In the superlntlvo con' diligent use of the pounds and the dltlon. be commits to us, and of which talents Tho constitution of tho United we must give account to him. The first four, the sower nnd the seed, the wheat Stntes gives to ench mnn tho right to and the Hires, thn mustard seed and life, liberty, nnd tho pursuit of happi the leaven, were spoken publicly, and ness. Tho liquor Institution sends man to when they were nlone he expounded all things to his disciples (Mark 1:31). The death, slavery and tho pursuit of Inst three of the seven seem to have wretchedness. St. l'oul wroto to Timothy to uso a been sokcn prWutcly to bis disciples In the house (Matt. 13:30). When llttlo wine for his stomach's sake. A taken together as one discourse, ns. they good mnny Timothys slnco then hnvo really were, the teaching seems very too cngerly followed this advice and plain, and In perfect accord with all hnvo gone to seed. Scripture. Our great business as his followers Is to preach the word as his LIQUOR AND LABOR. messengers with his message, not exA depnrtment superintendent of one pecting to find good soil everywhere, of the big tiro factories In Akron, O. but relying iiK)ii him who cannot fall uses 00 men In ench shift. They nrc We must exited making gns masks, miners' respirators, nor be' discouraged. thnt uqtll the end of this age tnres, the and other vltnl war material. Thnt do- devil's counterfeit, will grow with tho pnrtment Is working only two shifts n wheat ;tbe children of the devil und dny Instend of three, fecauso of the tho children of God side by side till scarcity of Inbor. They pay off on tho end. The little plant will become Friday. On one Saturday only six of a great tree, tho vust thing called the tho sixty men In one shift reported for church, In which will b muny a work. "Ninety per cent of our labor I sou riot. Many a child of the devil troubles are duo to booze," says this In the pulpit. In the choir, on tho board superintendent. If tho government of trustees, and In the pews; tfie birds would shut down on tho liquor trallle In tho branches. Tho food, wo could Increase our output enorof the air which ought to be the pure word of mously. There Is no lnck of labor. Clod, will partly be mixed with evil, for Tho only troublo Is to keep It working leaven Is always suggestive of evil, and full time." we have come to dnys when from many e pulpit only falsa doctrine Is pro- PA83INQ OF THE PENITENTIARY. claimed. Ilu knew thnt It would be so, Citizens 'Colorado tiro Inquiring and told us tliut we might not bo dis- what Is to of becomo of the state peniAny who are looking for u couraged. tentiary a few years hence. Desplto world won to Christ In this age are Increaso In population the prison looking for that for which there Is no the Tynnn says, hns been authority In Scripture. Continuing to Quota, Warden reduced since prohibition went Into efhenr him, and remembering that he fect at tho rnto of ten n month. Should said "Tho Held Is tho world" (Matt. game ratio bo maintained tho pen13:33), wo sec him giving up all that this becoming poor itentiary will bo emptied In less than ho bad; for our sokes years. (2 Cor. 8:0) that he. might redeem the six Other dry stntes faco similar situInheritance, the, world, for the snke of the treasure In It, his people Israel, ations. If Kansas wero not providing for federal prisoners and prisoners still bidden but soon to be mnnlfcst. Ho also Is the merchantman, and the front other stntes, tuost of her penal pearl of great price Is his church gath- Institutions would bo closing up. d mis-ctahlhigh-strun- g ensy-gotnp schools of tho country. Tho Lcaguo has requested every educational In trnrtnr In overv stato In. the Union to add to the curriculum of each school under his or her Jurisdiction, as apart of each day's actual teaching, Instruc tlnn of tho children In the reasons for this country cntorlng tho war, tho menace of defeat end the duty or every citizen to render omo service In support of America's cause, Tho Security League's effort to All Practicable Machinery That Can Take Man's Place Should Mechanical Potato Diggers Save Hand Operations. Be Utilized "TttTttTTtTTtTTTTTTTTTTTTt JIO-3- Ju-du- ered from tho ecu of all nations, which In due time he will present to himself ns u glorious church, holy nnd without blemish, not liming spot or wrinkle, or any such thing (Hph. 0:27). It Is of great price because of tho price he paid for When the church shall have been completed, and Israel redeemed nt bis coming In glory, then shall his Kingdom come. Meanwhile the net guttlers all kinds, but there shall be u separation at the end of the age, and It will bo for euch and all the Kingdom and tho glory or tle furuuee of lire. It and through them Into tho homes, Is being promoted by a series of letters which havo been sont to all tho state the superintendents of education, threo thousand county superintendents and tho superintendents of Country Divided Into Divisions to schools of overy city In the country of Handle Man Power. over 2.G00 Inhabitants. The League has also written tho Mayors and tho ednewspapers In all s of an itors of tho leading tors Inch wldo and tho principal cities asking them to SOLVE FARM LABOR PROBLEM klto. inch thick, for a medlumlzed give tho educational authorities their In the cutting of tho sticks lays half support In putting this patritho secret of making a kite that will fullest otic teaching Into effect Subject Which Agricultural Departfly successfully. If you livo anywhere ment Has Given More Thought to "Higher Patriotism." near a mill It will cost but a few cents to have sticks cut to the slzen The keynote of tho Leaguo's Idea Is Than Any Other, According wanted thus expressed In the letters to the to Secretary Houston. Drive a small nail or large tack Into editors urging their support: men each end of the two sticks, to fasten "The polrit with which our Tho farm labor problem has preto (Figs. 4 and 5), fight abroad depends very largelv sented and continues to present many tho framing-strinand notch tho sldo edges of tho bow- - upon tho spirit of the American peo-pi- difficulties, Secretnry Houston said tbe and the unity of Congressional sup other day. It Is one of the two or three stick near each end for tho attach (Fig. 6). port In upholding the government ment of the subjects to which tho department hns Victory will bo achlovcd all the mor' given more thought than to any othTho amount to bend tho Is In Is Important For a klto with a bow speedily and certainly If there ers, he said, not only since this counthis country a strong and enthuslastl' try entered the wnr, but for many 40 Inches long the dlstanco between con be tho string and stick should be 6 Inches sentiment "for the war. This the peo months prior to thnt time. There hns (Fig. 5). Uso a strong twlno for the created, by making It plain to been before the fnrmers the question pie why we aro at war and tho neccs of retaining n sufllclent number of slty of victory. skilled laborers nnd nlso THIS "The teacher Is a powerful factor lr of meeting the urgent needs nt the YDISTANCE liberty and honor planting nnd harvesting periods. Fnrmpreserving national To set the facts before the children ers In tho neighborhood of cities, In plain and easily understood lan where there has been great redirection ruaee will unquestionably result In of labor and capital, and nlso where tho message being carried Into 'the tho cantonments nnd other special en homes of the people and. through a terprises hnvo been under wny, have upon clear understanding based been greatly embarrassed, Secretary knowledge, a higher patriotism will be Houston sttl'J, developed." Labor Survey First The Inauguration of this campaign Constructive effort, according to the was determined by the Executive Committee of the Security Leaguo be- secretnry, Is needed along several cause It realized that the best way to lines, which mny be briefly stnted ns overcome Indifference and Ignorance, follows: A systematic survey of the as well as disloyalty, was through a farm labor situation to nsccrtaln tho clear national understanding of the possible needs of fnrmers nnd to deterreasons for the war. It was felt that mine ways of meeting them, the proIn tho mere denunciation of disloyalty was motion of fuller utilization of Inbor nmong fnrmers In not sufficient. the same community, the further deand tlo It securely to the The Resolution. velopment of machinery for assisting notched ends. The Security Leaguo's resolution In tho transfer of labor, making availfolFasten the at Its exact starting this campaign reads as able labor which heretofore has not center to the vertical stick, placing It lows: been fully or regularly utilized, the exactly 4 Inches down from the top of "Whereas, Wars are now waged not releasing of men for agricultural purtho vertical stick, us indicated In Fig. only by armies, but also entire peo- poses as far us possible by replacing 3, Drive a couple of brads through ples, and It Is the spirit of tho peoplo them with women, tho lnrgest posslblo tho two sticks, to hold them together, of tho Allied nations whlcj must win production und the fullest uso of furm and tbon reinforce the connection by victories, we look with grave concern g machinery. wrapping tho Joint with strong linen upon the alleged seditious views of effectively In the farm To thread, crossing It In tbe manner certain teachers as a menace to the labor problem with the United States shown. lives of our men In the army and department of Inbor, stnto councils With tho two sticks properly Joined, navy; of defense, state commissioners of ag"rtesolvcd, That, without prejudging riculture and labor, nnd other official connect their ends with the framing string, stretching It tightly between tho actions or views of any particular state and local ngencles concerned tbe sticks and tying to tho end nails. teacher or reflecting upon the vast with supplying needed fnrra Inbor, the brown pa- majority of our teachers who are depnrtment of agriculture lias diTho strong per now so generally used for wrap- loyal and patriotic, we urge upon the vided tho country Into four farm Inbor ping paper makes an excellent cover- - noard of Education of the City of New York, and In fact of all cities, to remove from thelf toachlng staffs forth- $ EXPERTS TO AID NAI- LNail with any teacher who Is proven not to ,'WOOD INSTEAD OF O be supporting the conduct of the war COAL" MOVEMENT. and not upholding tho federal governloyalty; ment with absolute Teu experts of tho forest serv"Resolved, That, as a national neice, United Stntes department 5 cessity and as a war raeasuro, we call End of of agriculture, have been assignBow Stick upon every noard of Education, school with tho ed to o commissioner and school committee 6 fuel administration to relievo to put Into the curriculum of tho the fuel shortage In tho eastern MAKE THIS schools without delay, as a part of o states. They will give their atDISTANCE each day's actual tuition, the facts 0 L-- fJ tention to ways of Increasing showing why we are at war with GerINCHES 6 the uso of UrewoQd, In order to many, the danger of failure to this lessen tho demand for coal. country and tho duty of every AmeriThey will demonstrate to farmcan to support the conduct of the war ers nnd other woodland owners loyally and by' service." methods of cutting by which firewood can bo obtained with MITTEL-EUROP- A tho best results to tho timber growth. Tlaus for securing nnd U s distributing firewood will bo Nail worked out. It Is hoped to establish municipal wood yards nt various places and to dectdo Ing. A few sheets can bo purchased upon satisfactory methods for for the purpose at a near-bstore. utilizing wasto from sawmills You will likely have to paste together and other woodworking plants. two or more, sheets to mako ono large A special appeal will bo mado enough for your klto framework Tbe WHY HER COW IS LIKE KENthrough directors of extension paper should be placed on tho outer TUCKY. work In tbo various states to tho face of the and should bo First Lady Did you know I havo allowed farmers to cut wood this winter ot tho dearest Ittlo pig, and I call It Ink. strotchlnga llttlo fullness, Instead while other work is slack. it tight as on tbe hexagonal Secoud Lady Aud why do you call form of klto. your pig Ink? Attach a belly-banat tbe IntersecFirst Lady Sure, becauso It runs divisions: (1) Now England and tion of tbe and vertical out of tho pen. Northeastern states, (2) Southern stick (Fig. 1), and make It ot tbe right Second Lady Aw, bad cess to yol states, (8) North Central states, and length bo when held to ono side it Hut did ye know that I hnvo u cow. I (4) Western states. will reach to the end ot the bow, as huvo thnt and I cnll her Kentucky. With States. Federal THE PRUSSIAN 81'HKRE OF INFLUENCE, NOV. , lilt. First Lady And why do you call Indicated la Fig. 1. Tie the flying Each of theso divisions is lo churgo line securely at this point, and the (Tht bltek portion shows Truaila U4 of a representative of tho department cow Kentucky? your tat aliajed portion lands now Second Lady Because she's going kite will be ready for its maiden of agriculture, known as a supervising under Irutaa domination.) flight dry. farm help specialist, who supervises 5!iSv I fiXING'UNl carry this practical Instruction alty to the school children of the land, In loy- SPECIALISTS TO AID THE FARMER $ Z LABOR-SAVIN- 2 MACHINERY TO CONSERVE MAN POWER. thrco-elghth- . -- bow-strin- g bow-stic- yenr-roun- d y - Ono of the Important measures urged by tho department of agriculture to help meet tho labor needs this yenr Is the largest possible production nnd fullest mauso of farm chinery. The depnrtment has nctlvely Interested Itself in securing priority for raw materials used In tbe mnnufneturo of farm Implements and also In securing favorublo consideration nt tbe hnnds of trnnsportntlon committees to provide facilities for moving the materials to the mnnufneturers, nnd the completed products from tho manufacturers to tho distributors and nlso to the fanners. Both tboso dealing with priorities of materials nnd tboso dealing with priorities of trnnsportntlon havo evinced a complete willingness to assist. This is Indicated by the fact that tho priorities committee of the wnr Industries board gave raw materials needed for furm Implements n position of preference over all articles except those urgently re quired for mllltnry and nnval purposes, and that the trans- - X portntlon committee took steps to secure the prompt movement $ of tho raw materlnls nnd of the j" manufactured articles, labor-saving t tbo work of tbo department's farm lubor work In single states or two ot, more adjoining stntes. These farm bow-strin- bow-stic- k labor-savin- light-weig- t- t- t- 44 help specialists will direct with state agencies, central nnd local employment ngencles of tho United States depnrtment of labor, nnd with the county agents nnd community farm help committees which will bo charged directly with meeting labor needs In their special localities. Tho furm help specialists through prellralnnry Inbor surveys will to ascertain In ndvnnce tho prospective needs for extra labor In ench community. They wl work with state nnd locnl agencies to supply Inbor deficiencies from locnl supplies If possible, or from tho nearest point whero Inbor can bo secured outside tho community In need of assistance. All locnl sources of labor first will be drawn upon nnd only when tho fullest posslblo utilization of locnl labor will Inbor bo Inadequate, proves brought In from outside. In enses of necessity, however, through the depnrtment of agriculture nnd tho department of labor, nrrangements will bo' made for Intcrstnte movement of help, In which the depnrtment of labor will In obtaining extra labor for farm purposes from tho populous com! z 9 munities. It is pointed out that tho farmer In need of labor should proceed ns follows: Ho should report his need to his county ngent or to a member of the community fnm help committee. "If'" possible, his need will bo supplied from lists of men nvnllnblo In tho county. If locnl labor Is Inadequate, tho county agent or committee will report to tho stnto fnrm Inbor specinllst, who. with tho state olllclals, In will draw on tho nearest available labor within tho state. Club Boy Purchases Farm. Wllllo Johnston, n member of several of tho boys' agricultural clubs in Coal county, Oklahoma, has made enough money for his mother, slnco his father's death, to buy a farm. At tho same time, ho hns been helping other boys of his neighborhood to grow better crops. Muylio thcro is a lesson In Wllllo Johnston's experience j for other boys whether on the fnrm ' or In town who woujd like to enroll In club work. Ask your county ngent, tho stnto ngrlculturnl college, or tho United States depnrtment of agriculture to tell you how jou enn enlist lu such service nnd mako money. In thejall of 101.1, when bis father died, Wllllo was left to support his mother uiwl 11 vo younger sisters. Tho family wus farming rented land and had no money with which to buy a home. Willie was fourteen years old. Early In 1015, W. T. Yoakum, tho county ngent, had enrolled him In the 'Corn club, and that year he won a prize at the county fair. A 4 y PRUSS,A bow-stic- I I d bow-stic- k The Surest Preparation is School Training Pago Right. THE CITIZEN lilinti sold to Henry Hrcwsler n lino cow and calf for $82.50. Georgo Collins wlio has been employed nl Kings Mills, 0., for some llmo is at homo again. February 14, 1918. . and Sunday. Henry Eslos Is not LICENSE IS REQUIRED TO SHIP Improving very much; ho has been GOODS ABROAD BY PARCEL sick for sonic llmo. MARSHALS AID Mlko Parker POST I has moved to J. H. Haley's placo. W. Tho War Trado Hoard Is calling Heeco moved to Mr. Parker's place. attention to tho fact that license is Joo Heeco Is hero from Hamilton, 0. required (o ship abroad goods on the FOR ENLISTED Ar tho weather Is clearing up conserved llsl, oven when sent in PULASKI COUNTY No rnrmpondf nr puMUhrd unlffi (Imnl In full lr th writer. The name pcoplo aro beginning to do somo smnll quantities' by parcel post. In Walnut 6roa n erMtnc of root faith. Writ plainly. It not for publication, but Mrs. Kalo Green mnny 'cases this has been done by Owing spring plowing. Walnut Orove, Feb. 10. MAN'S FAMILY to tho soft eonilitlons of tho publl-- has been'on tho sick list for some persons Ignorant of the President's proclamation concerning exports, or ly improving. Horn lo Mr. ami roads very litllo trafllc Is Tarried on time, JOHN WHITE & GO. who do not know of tho many nrll Mrs. I F.. Durham, on tho 15th ult,,al this place. A. S. Farley and LOUISVILLE, KY. a daughter. The baby Is dead, bul'w. V. Carter, both of this place, Charleaton 'Oiler Navy Yard Site. cles which may bo exported only Red Cross Home Sflrvlce Stands Liberal assortment Washington. Charjoston, 3. C, of- under the mother is doing nicely. Tho' made n business trip to Herea on and full value paid by Relatives of Uncle Sam's for navy For violation a line of not moro many friends of Mr. and Mrs. Dur the 8th, where they visited their fers tho only tlto for a FURS Soldiers and Sailors. ynnl between Hr.ttern and Key West, than $10,000 or imprisonment for not bam sadly regret their sorowful boys who aro attending school at In tho opinion of tho commission on Hldea and more thnn two years, or both, form loss. Miss Sallie Lyttlo completed that place. Sherman Miller of navy yards nnil nnval bases, hended Coat akin tr.DITOH H NOTK. Thla la lha serond her school here tho 7lh inst., and Valley Oak, who has been III after by Hear Admiral Helm. Tho commis- tho penally. License may bo appli f aerlca of rtva articles JACKSON COUNTS went rejoicing to her homo at Hond. returning from Herea where ho has sion's sixth preliminary report, sub- ed for at tho Hureau of Exports, Mr. a Flwar on tha auhject ofprrpared by IU.1 Washington, I. C. or any of llio lloma Sfrvlca. Tho Ihre ramalnlngCroaa Wo aro indeed sorry to give up been in school, is much better to mitted to tho scnato, snld all sites on Groon Hall am; "Financial AM In lloma tho gulf aro "remoto from waters bor branches which nro located nt Wo arc Miss Lyttlc. In all, Miss Lyttlo has (he delight of bis many friends. Green Hall, Feb. II. "What Itaa Taught lloma having somo beautiful weallicr at served us 11 months, so feeling her Henry M. Carter of this placo dering on tho 'Wlndwjird Islands and Seattle, Portland, San Francisco, Los Harvlca Workrra" and "OnranUtng and Tratnln JO.000 lloma Brlc tho Carrlbcan Sea, whero It Is thought Angeles, Nogales, El Paso, Englo present but plenty of mud. Sat absenco so keenly is not to be won- slaughtered a line pig which netted futuro naval hostilities aro likely to Pnss, Galveston, New Orleans, Moa !H. pounds, bringing him the snug unlay and Sunday were ' regular dered about. placo," but added that becnuso take BY JAME8 L. FIE8ER. Horn to thelnf ho Dosslbllltv that tho floors com bile, Savannah, SL Louis, Chicago, church meeting days at Hock little sum of $81.50. Director, Civilian Relief, Lake Olvl- OWSLEY COUNTY Springs. Elder J. V. Anderson of wife of .1. M. Hobblns, on the night munlcation with northern yards and Hoston, and New York. Ion, American Red Croaa, Island City Conkllng paid the church a visit of Hie third insU, n bouncing giil. resources might bo Interrupted, a baso COMPANIES AT THEATRICAL Five million American women today Island City, Feb. II. (which was quite a treat) and Tho baby was christened "Hose of supply, with amplo docking and ro-Tho worm palr facilities on tho Gulf of Moxlco LIBERTY THEATERS DRAW aro engaged In production of Red preached a splendid sermon each sunshino is very ncceplnblo as we Kiln." A good many of our citiHUGE CROWDS day. Sunday there was a largo have been under the pressure of zens are attending circuit court. might becomo of vital importance Cross hospital supplies, knitted articles Musical comedies draw the heavi- and surgical dressings. . And three crowd present, including Mr. and the coldest weather experienced in which convened nt Somerset Inst Indictment Against Fifty-FivMrs. Edward Cook and Dclbcrl Coo!?, this part for many years. W. Gen Monday. There was lo have bion Sacramento, Cal. An Indictment est crowds to tho Liberty theaters women toll without slightest Inkling; all former student.- of Herea Col- try of Chester, Pa., is planning on n farmers' meeting at the Hamm charging 55 persons with conspiring and entertainment tents at the of the Identities of tho men who will lege. Mr. and Mrs. Cook arrived at spending from the 1st lo tho 15th school house Inst Friday but owing with William D. Haywood, secretary camps ami cantonments. "Standing bo comforted by their pntrlotlc enthe home of Mr. Cook's father Fri- of March with relatives and friends lo a misunderstanding the meeting of tho Industrial Workers of tho room only" signs are needed when deavors. World, and others to hinder tho exe- ever a musicnl show appears. day night. They have both been in tills part. was canceled and our County Our Sunday-schoSo It remains for the army of 30.000 of laws of tho United States In cution The sale of snilleage books pack Red Cross civilian relief, or Home leaching the past year. Wc aro is progressing nicely witli n large Win. Clark Wilson, will tho prosecution of tho war with Gerglad (o have them in our commun-il- y. altendaiifi. Mrs. Sarah Peters is give us another meeting later on. many, was returned by tho Kcdoral ages of coupons good for admission Service, workers to brlnn the personhas al contact Into tho Red Cross work by Mrs. E. E. McCollum went to our superintendent. Jessie and Wo nre glad to note that the Farm grand Jury. Forty-siof tho persons lo rami) theaters and tents ....... Hichniond last Tuesday to meet her firovn Howman, in company with ers' Corn Show at the Stale univer- indicted are held In custody hero. Iwwttt lri.frit IuinF.inii.Mi. llin i.iMiilti holding out. In a quiet and unpatron-Irln- g manner, a helping hand to rela-tlvnrotiier, c. i. urewer, who is a their uncle, James S. Howman, of sity last week Pulaski County wen Kino others rcsldo In or nbout San The Commission on Training Camp of men In the service. and. Inter, Francisco. Activities, which Is in charge of tho to the men themselves on soldier at Camp Taylor. .Mr. Rrew-- er Vine, wore in attendance. The second in the corn contest show. their resale, has been bard pressed to get turn from the bsttlpfronts before cnlnring the army was in farmers who failed to get their corn Thi' judges nwarded a ribbon. U. S. to Have Greatest Navy. the coal mining business in Perry gathered are taking advantage' of It remains for Uils army of 30,CJ Washington. Secretary Daniels books printed rapidly enough to County, and it was on business that these beautiful days. Waller Hurru (which Is backed by more than 3,0utW said In a speech at tho National Press supply (be demand. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY chapters with a membership above Club that tho tlmo was coming "when he Avas allowed to return on a four and a Miss Sandlin of Angliu were Disputanta to marshal a reserve of medi President Wilson's dream, uttered at SECRETARY Everett! days' furlough. He was detained a married on the 2nd inst AGRICULTURE Disptilnnln, Feb. 12. Or Horn lo Me. day longer at Cbavies than he thot Sparks of Sexton Creek and Miss and Mrs. Code Croucher, ;i boy, St. Louis, will bo realized: 'That tho URGES CONSTRUCTION QF ROADS cal, legal, eduontlonnl, social and fi nancial forces to assist In this "helit- United States shall havo Incomparably Tie would be so Mrs. McCollum had Cleo Howman underwent the same Or MILITARY VALUE christened Joseph. There was a tho greatest navy In tho world.' This lnghand business," In a ma.nner honto board the train and accompany operation on the 5th inst. May social at Charley Drew's in lienor result," ho said, "will bo accomplished Secretary Houston, of the Depart orable to the American Red Cross him to Frankfort in order to get (o happiness and peace follow after of Miss Hirtlie Graham of Crali. with tho old of Henry Ford and somo ment of Agriculture, hns set forth and worthy of those helped. We are' grived to hear them. see him. Mrs. Delia Norris' will In Orchard, who hns been visiting her other gentlemen." Mr. Daniels spoko the policy which he thinks should First of all, Red Cross Heme Bert- that spinal meningitis has found its the guest of her parents, the Ilev. uncle. O. V. Owens, since last sum- at a prlvato exhibition of tho pictures be followed in highway construc- Ice centers about home solidarity: getting lonely women back to live way lo Herea College, but are sure A. I), and Kate Howman, this spring mer, and is going to start home of tho navy. Ho extolled tho work of tion during tho war: with their own people, watching over that it will he controlled as well as The lilt lo son Elmer of John ami Thursday. There was a large crowd tho navy since tho war besan as hav"So far as it is practicable to do so, tho Interests of an expectant mothercan be, by tho level headed faculty Grace Tyre, who was burned, died present and all enjoyed a pleasant ing been filled with glory. Ibis department will urge the main- reuniting scattered families and writand doctors in charge. Mrs. Silas February 1st after severe sulTering evening. tenance- of tho highways already ing to men In the service about the Mrs. W. S'. Payno and VALUE OF A STATE HIGHWAY Flancrj has been very sick for a of twenty-liv- e days. He was taken httlo son, Franklin, of nerea, were constructed; the construction and situation In their homes. DEPARTMENT few days. Heuben Hughes was to the Cliadwell graveyard for bur-ho- visiWng her fathor-ii(-laRecently a young Italian In one of 0. M. A Stale Highway Department completion of those highways which. from Herea for a few days ial. The Graded School conducted Payne, here this" week. aro vitally important because of the cantonments within the Lake diMrs. Artie acts as a Central Hureau that stanweek. Tlie fanners are just by Fred Pelers and Elva Hrewcr Croucher of Hamilton, 0., is visiting their bearing upon the war .situa- vision was worried ta a point where finishing tbeir corn gathering. They closed recently with a nice treat of her siler, Mrs. Mary Northern, who dardizes the dctnils of construction tion or the movement of commo- he was of little use to his government because he got nrt let ten from his and works out the location of roads wcro stayed from their work on ac- candy and apples. The baby of has been very sick. Horn lo Mr. in view of their local, SLatc and dities; the postponement of all high- wife. He appealed to the Red Cross. count Of severe weather. Gih Lamb died the 27th. James A. and Mrs. William Norllienn n boy. ways construction relatively leas A Homo Service committee member Parrot Howman of Ethel was in our low:i This makes eleven boys and one National economic usefulness. It essential or not based upon impor- Investigated (they never rmbarrass is far too important a subject to bo Parrott, Feb. 11. the family by sending the whole comThe people recently on business. It is report- girl to that family. They aro very left to local authorities; in fact, it is tant military or economic needs. mittee) and found tnat he got no letaround here aro thankful for tho ed that the grand jury of Clay Coun- patriotic to "Uncle Sam." Tho department is preparing lo ters because his G. D. not a matter for purely local conwife could not write. pretty weather we arc having, and ty returned indictments against Miller has rented the Harvey Hamcy suggest lo the Stale highway departfor are very busy trying to get dom Charley Poo for killing bis father place near A. T. Abney's nnd has sideration. The Central Department ments the preparation of n sched- Arrangements were madewife a et-- to be written for the onco a greatly facilitates the application gathering corn. Gilbert Johnson for wilful murder and held him h moved there. ule of work for tho Federal aid proj- week. Simple aerv'ce, but with wonof a uniform policy in all relationand wife will leave for Hamilton, O., a noun or :s(H)u to race twelve men derful reaults upon lee soldier's ships between local communities ects for 1018 in line with this of mind. And, perhaps best of all,state in a few days. Mrs. Rachel Price next term of court. the Mrs. Sarah ESTILL COUNTY the Stale nt large. It makes it policy." and young wife now Is learning to read visited her daughter, Lucy Sum Peters is taking great interest in Wagersville possible to work out and adopt uniand write. mers, of Carico, last Sunday. "Andy Sunday-scho- ol work as superintenWagersville, Feb. 12. Several form methods of construction; and CLANDESTINE CIRCULAR ISSUED The Child Angle. Tinclicr has sold his gasoline mill dent with good attendance. Mrs. people of this placo attended Irvine Then there Is the children's aide of by its study, experimentations and IN GERMANY ATTACKS RULERS to the Cunagin brothers. Clayborn Delia Norris of Hartwell, 0.. appreIt there are men In the service who Mr. and Mrs. James tho result of experience tho most court Monday. A copy of a broadside forbidden in Hundley and wife visited the latter's ciates Tho Citizen and enjoys readWilson of Ohio are visiting friends advantageous methods can bo do- -' Germany hns reached the Commit aro fathers despite the fact that the father on Moore's Creek Sntuday and ing it every week. public generally dors not think that Taylor Size-mo- re and relaJives nt this place. Mr. (ermincd and applied. tee on Public Information. It is n thero are many fathers In the ranks. Sunday. W. M. Harris' are recovof Sexton Creek hail altnul and Mrs. W. H. Wilson spent Sunday It is far easier to instill ideals in- single sheet of foolscap size, printed Home Service workers ering rapidly from, measles. E. F. 500 bushels of corn washed away with Mr. explainand Mrs. J. It. Wagers, j to tho minds of trained engineers on both sides, nnd hears a coarsely ing leavms to children whoaro behind fall Cornell filled bis appointment at by the recent tide. Waller Haught of Winchester was nnd hold them responsible for the executed wood cut representing n In their classes. They see that chilLetter Rox Sunday. There was u ScoviHo at this place Monday. Liltlo Rob- realization of these ideals than it soldier in arms, a workman in a dren In need of medical caro get that large crowd present and an interestScoville, Feb. 7. Several younir care. They are seeking to give kindly El). is to instrurt nnd hold in line n vast blouse, and n woman shoving a. rock advice tr the child Just beginning to ing sermon was delivered. Tho regu- folks enjoyed a "Candy Pull" at Wil- ert Wilson is on the sick list. Wilson was at this placo lasl week. numbec. of elected County Ofilcials oil a precipice, beneath which is be wayward or disobedient. lar church days are the 2nd Saturday son Judd's last Saturday night. A. I. Wilson is visiting his daughwho are influenced lo some extent seen the bend and bust of the Emand Sunday in eaoh month. Law- One of Miss Jane Hello Frost's sisComing to the economic, side of the ter, Mary Wagers. Litllo Edna by local politics and nre, in tho peror, crowned nnd soepturod and rence Cornell has moved to bis new ters, of Henna Visla. is visiting her servlco. Red Cross service workers Wilson is visiting Mr. ami Mrs. majority of instances, in nbsolub moustnehed, looking up hi terror at nre: homo which be purchased from this week. O. J. Judd of this place Honnio Alexandria. Wilbur Cox ignorance of the fundamental princi- the fate impending. The Inst parhitting people to the right Job and Tilman Seals. Thorn was a sing- and Miss Mabel Moyers of Turin is confined to his room with mumps. ples of Highway Construction. helping them stay fitted by trying to agraph of the text is as follows: ing at Hob McDowell's Friday night. were united in marriage Thursday Nannie T. Warford spent Sundav Tho construction of roads cannot "Man of toil, nwake from slumber! find out where the Job pinches; seeing There will be several candidates morning, January 31, e home witli .Mrs. Lucy Warford. that Insurance policies do nrt lapse; he compromised, nnd the centralRecognize thy growing might. encouraging people, who have mom for 'baptism waited upon on Sunday of the brido's parents, Mr. anil .Mrs. s ization of authority in this most im All the wheels wiH lose their moready money thnn usnal (somo do of our next meeting. Leandrew Stewart Moyers. They left immedportant of nil industries eliminates LEE COUNTY have), to spend It with good jrnse; tion Gabbard made a business trip (o iately for Lexington lo spend their Boattyvillo tho selfish influence of local comWithout thy strong arm's devo- protecting the recipient of pay allowMcKeo last week. The recent honeymoon.. Pome of the hoys who ance checks from tho wiles of unHeattyville, Feb. II. The citizens munities and results in a system of tion. high water took away quite a lot of have been working-- in Ohio have scrupulous Installment men and sales of Heattyville have ju-,- gotten clean- roads Hint are a benefit lo all the Down wllh the wnr! Down witli agents; getting the best legal and Andrew Clay-Io- n fodder. conic home lo be examined. up from the recent tide, as a peopb instead of the chosen few. ed the Government! business advice In the perploxlnft probSand Gap Rowland made a businoss trip greater part of the town was under With a State Highway Departlems suro to rise In war times. Peace! Freedom! Hroadl" Sand Gap, Feb. 9. Once moro old lo Jackson recently. Tho nuo'i water; ment, it is possible to place all matthe largest tide since 1899. And Anally helping tho crippled solmothor earth has thrown olT her Creek Graded School will close to- -, Owing dier or sailor. This work Is still In lo so much rain recently ters perfaiuing' to construction into thick coverlet of while, which she morrow with seven months Instead REGISTRATION BOARDS TO BE tlie future, and, while not the most which caused mnny slides on th! the bauds of those specially selectdonned so long ago, (to provent freez- of eight. pleasant thing In the world to anticiLewis Isaacs is on tho railroad (rack, the PAID ON BASIS OF MEN trains linvo all ed, educated ami trained for this pate, provisions for It must bo and Is ing to death.) and is now smiling sick list. CLASSIFIED John Stacy is very poor- been running Into for tho last week. work. In other words, we nro able being made. This the Red Cross Home out, in her old familiar coat of ly with tuberculosis. regulations from tho olllce Service workers aro planning to do New Very near all the rural schools to avail ourselves of tho services somber grey, which is a most beauhavo closed in (ho county; but the of experts in Highway Construction. of tho Provost Marshal General in by: tiful and welcome sight. Tho Itov. CLAY COUNTY Encouraging employers to give suitgraded schools will run on till Hesides, without a Stale Highway legnrd to compensation of registraMr. Lynch, of McKeo. is scheduled Vina tion boards read in part as follows: able work to cripple that they may respring. Work in the nil Holds in Department. Kentucky wouldn't lo preach at this place tonight and: Vino, Feb. 8. Owing lo tho "The rate of compensation for find permanent opportunity for entire this county has been suspended ceive any Federal Aid and would support and chance tomorrow. Married, Ibo 7lh inst., weather the farmers worked very somewhat for the last two months, thus lose 81.(00,000 during the uoxt mombors of local boards tip to and or partial self maintaining an Informfor advancement; including the completion of tho llnnl tlon ,enrCo regarding opportunities at tho homo of tho bride, Charlie little in tho past two months, but owing to (lie bad weather. Some four years becnuso the Government Harrison, of Dry Fork, to Miss Eva thoy aro making good those pleas- 2,000 ushels of corn was destroyed will with a Stato only chi.sslllcntion of the registrants for such employment, or working with Clumnions, of this place. They havo ant days. Tho singing at this in lh,is county during the recent thru tho Stale Highway Department. within tho respective Jurisdiction state and municipal employment In of said boards shall he on the basis struments provided for this purpose; tho heartiest congratulations of placo was onjoyed by all who at- high tide; nnd many' barges nnd giving personal attention to the many friends. J. II. Durham and tended. H. C. Morgan and J. S. boats wore lost in the ico. .las. P. Members of tho Paris association of HO cents, as aggregate compensatroubles and hopes of thoso who do entire family have had grippe, ami Teaguo havo bought tho stock of Sizemoro of Middletown, 0., Is ve- of chocolate manufacturers because tion to tlie members of a local board, not find satisfactory work and to somo of them aro yet very poorly. goods owned by G. W. Halcomb, and iling friends and relatives hero at of the shorlago of sugar now imoko for each registrant to whom n que others whose counvjo must not be aU shall havo been mailed and lowed to fall; securing vocational Mrs. J. 1). Settle has been very also bis house and lot, which Mr. present. only tablet chocolatl, having nban-dmiunfitted poorly with grippe, but is somo Teaguo will occupy. Felix Penentirely the manufacture of who shall havo been Dually classi- training for those available;for the kind creating a of work there Is Mrs. G. V. Clcmmons, who nington spont Friday night with better. kinds of chocolate coated fied in accordance with tho pro- public, opinion which will encourage various MADISON COUNTY was very ill at last writing, Is slow- - Frank Ponder, of Algor. visions of thoso reguatlons. J. C. Cal- candy. The association has requestaelf support from all crippled soldiers Coylo "Money duo for said work shall and sailors to the degree thai It la Coyle, Feb. 9. Mr. nnd Mrs. Alva ed that throughout Franco tho wmir bo paid in proportionate amounts to work. Hale were the gnosis of Mr. and ufarlure of chocolale candles bo to each member of n local boanl possible for them All thla Is, In brier, American Red prohibited, and the importation of Mrs. W. A. Winkler last Sunday. claiming compensation for his sor- - Cross Home Service as It now operate USE K. J. Edwards hn1 lo put off moving such products he prohibited. vice, unless u snail no requested ny and Is planned. The program baa been today on account of so much rain. built up from the experiences of our Passport regulations of tho Stato tho unanimous vote of tho local allies. Without doubt, like all Had Mrs. Louisa Hlanton spent Thursday moneys duo shnlPbe board that the Cross work, the program will grow as Willi Mrs. J. M. Powell. Mr. nnd Department now restrict the numpaid in some other proportion. In the war grow older. One thing, Mrs. Willie Mundy were shopping ber of American women permitted such case no one member shnll reIs certain IT'S in Coylo Friday. Several from lo go aJTroad to thoso whoso presence ceive more than in cents of the alNOTHINQ LESS THAN THB PROis imperatively required this place attended court nt Rich- in Franco BRIGHTER, WHITER AND LIGHTER by souio relief agency recognized by lowance of .10 cents for each class- GRAM AB OUTLINED ABOVB WILL mond Tuesday. ification and no two members shall HBAgUIUD UP TO THB IDBALS OF the United Slnles Government. Big Hill receive more than 25 cents for each AMERICA AND Oaf TUM AMBBICAN Than Any Other Brand ' Hig Hill, Feb. 11. The Ile.v. A. C BJED OROMk Remember that tho first road clusilkatlou to bo distributed beCornelison filled his regular appointtween them." ment nt Pilot Knob last Saturday built is not tho last one to bo built. East 'Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else i flrst-clas- s art-!c- la flarv-Ica- ." ol Dem-onstral- ' ee , j j w, ' j j at-th- m bl cd POTTS' GOLD DUST FLOUR bow-eve- r,