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MADI80N The Citizen COUNTY KKNTUCKY. FEBRUARY 21, 1918. Ono Dollar Knowlcdgo Is Power and U way to keep up with Knowlege is lo read Nowspapor. No. 31. FebiDle per Year. Friendly Criticism It remains to be seen whether the wrangling that has been going on in Washington within the Inst month will result in good or bad. The great danger in such controversies at present is that when men do not properly guard their tempers and fail to measure their words they may unwillingly become hostile. "If we wish to win the war, we must work with and his agents whom he may designate to aid him. We may hope that if he discovers shortcomings in those ngents he will displace them. Criticism may assist him to make such discoveries; but the only criticism that can accomplish good is criticism that is friendly, and free from harsh language and undue severity. Any other kind is more likely to injure than help the cause". the-Presi- IN STATE SENATOR FREDERICK HALE WILSON TO ACT IN SHIP STRIKE "Raise Pay, or We All Quit," Is Demand of 15,009 Carpenters in U. S. Yards. WORLD NEWS No Important event has occurred on the western frontier of tho war during the past week. Tho Germans have been feeling nut the strength of various sertors but have mado no large move. It Is reported that divisions of Hulgarians and Turks nro now on Ilelgian soli to swell thj force that is gathering. . Tin; Depot Brigado nt Camp Zach-nr- y Taylor is lo bo discontinued in tho near future, according to what seems to lie n rumor in circulation. well-found- ed dent Western Union ami Inn? ilUl.mro telephone service lias been cslab-- l llshcd in the several towns in Let-- 1 clier County, having been out sines the disastrous washout January 28. One thoroughly 'conversant with' the-- nITnirs of the defunct German APPEAL DIRECT TO PRESIDENT Savings Fund Company Building As- -, President li Preparlno to Take Some Action to End Labor Troubles In socialion of Louisvillo expressed the SitAtlantic Coast Plants opinion Monday that investors will uation Perils U. 8. 3.1 cents on tho dollar. realize Washington, Feb. If The Perry Circuit Court at Hazard klllllllllllllllltr llflulu 18. bou the prudent IILnoifunHII decreed that slot machines must go. ..... tlrat.,n of .,.,,,.,,; f,1P " -- 1. f i ,.i nm ' i. mem secretary of Labor Wilson declared OLL" i"K"'g it I nin bcslegtid with letters and they have know n In the history of u,,ILUla 0l,lcr mountain counties will Unit "the shipyards themselves must Inquiries from anxious parents and tho dlscnse. Only sixteen cases out be drafted. "I am opposed," he said, follow suit. friends of Heron students nlionl the of more than peo"to drafting labor for private employMcniugitls situation In Dcrca. I ple, including tho cilizpns of town, Alftitfl liV llui vnfna nf nfirlif Hnrnn. ers. If It becomes necessary to draft lake the liberty to writo this letter and all are on the road lo recovery. r. we mut-- al draft die plauta." through Tho Citizen to all parents I wish lo contrast our situation erats the Ilepuhlican m?er? of nt oiwled Iloy McFarlam! Wnshlngton, Feb. 18. President Wilor Heron students, that they may with other places. I have recently A motion lo son Is preparing to tnke some action know the truth ns I am giving it. heard from two other communities Df- ,,oc V,c..e,cclfo" .v"i,,.and ordcr to end the strikes In Atlantic const In the llrst place, I wish to assura where two or three neonlo ?P0 ano,,,or Da"01 vn9 dcrcalC(J- shipyards which threaten to tic up u you that tho very gravo misrepre- down with meningitis and l large part of the shipbuilding Industry nhoul tho numjicr of within live days. Tho record in tho sentations Fruit men of tho mountains be- of the Fast. The president has given vases of meningitis and death of army camps show ono death out of the Munition his personal attention students, hnvo no foundation of every seven cases which is better lieve that peaches, plums, cherries. A direct appeal to the president to safc' all!10ll6 1,10 80 Intervene was mude by otliccrs of the truth, ami are very hurtful lo in- Ihnn the record of .1 n o arc.8li" v i voi'o .cold weather or Hie winter was nocent parents ns well ns lo Bcrca large, Ilrothcrhood of Carpenters and Join College. ers, approximately CO per cent of whose On another page of this So far Korea's record in treating very unfavorable to fruit. members In the New York district nre Citizen there appears n very meningitis is llio best we have The Parade on Washington's birth- out demanding Immediate assurances statement if the facts about known in any part of Kentucky. con day in Louisville is to bo distincl- - of higher wages and closed-shotho meningitis trouble, issued by w iihoui uio quarantine, . Ultlons. i i i i.. U ....it. ary 3 Doctor Preble of tho Red Cross ComI hnvo been asked by Chairman Hurlov of naronU If 0Ul- ""I. pumiiu'inI Itld ..." ... mission who spent a week Investi- Berea Coll,. '0 Divisicm me soiutcrs oi mo ,,,.,. wfii Vrt,'n,h, the shl.mlnc nnnmnii, Lincoln will bo allowed in gating conditions in Dcrca. Head it dents or If it wns done by that Wlllain L. Ilutcheson, order or the line of march, with the Boy di.tan nresttlpnf nf thn Piirnpnlorj' lirntlu-rfor the trhth, from an eminent med- the Slate Hoard of Health. I wish hood, send the strikers back to work, ical authority. lo make plain lo you that Berea bcouls to keep tho lino dear. pending a settlement of their griev Wo have bad sixteen cases of bad no authority nor desire A special term or the Piko Circuit ""ces by the shipbuilding wage ad meningitis in Berea; four nro well to quarantine itself, but we aro gone home, and .NO DHTHS willing lo and In-with the Stnlo , conference with General . ,nh? F Prodlnff. " Munairer 1MeB of tho Knicrscncy Fleet F.xpert physicians in Bcrca nndi Health authorities and lake ' Iholri VXI" 1,0 a ury,,1,.l,er lniPrlilnl session, corporation; V. Everltt Mucy, chalrnmn Others who have coinc lo us say ours advice. has been the most wonderful sue- f tho wage adjustment board, and Wo Tire law abiding and be Several murder cascs will bo tried, " Acting Secretary ltoosevelt of the cess nt treating Sninnl MnnlncilU1 (CanUoosd en rsas flTt) The Kentucky Pure Bred Live- navy. stock Association at a meeting at Managers Want to Fight. MeafHresto of Meningitis the Hotel Henry Wnttorson ndopteil Managers of shipyards want to light resolutions pledging loyal support Haiti- district nnd By Dr. Paul Preble, Passed Assistant SurReon U. S. Health Service to the United States nnd advocating tho New York the carpenters ntare on more, where increased production nnd improve strike, have nsked the shipping board February 15, 1918. inenl of nil kinds of livestock. to let them tight the strikers, declnr Ing the time has come for the Issue to If a lire should break ou in Ladies for the gcxxl of the whole comnrun- Tho meeting of tho Agricultural be settled. Thus fnr Chairman Hur mgui nnd every ono got ox- -, llv iian ni ley has refused to permit this, hold cited and rushed blindly about, each From January 17 to February 15, Intension Burenu at Paintsville was ing thnt the trouble can be settled !j largely attended, each county in the ono for himself, many of tho stu- sixteen enses nf other means, Ws-n.n-. dents in the building would un- eurrcd among the students attending moun,tn),1n Shipping hoard olllclals said that mountains will make I hi head of other unions engaged In ship doubtedly bo Injured and a certain I "... u tHou .uua .utjuii ers ...... number lose their lives. On tho reported in Keren. Seventeen cases tho best year in point or production building had given nssurunce that the other baud, if no ono got excited or measles or mupips would crento in the history ot the section. Larger relnted trades would not be cnlled out and tho progrnm of prncticed lire no excitement, but that number crops will be put out than ever be- In a sympathetic strike. The other unions, which have agreed to leave all drills was carried out, the chances or cases of meningitis requires fore. differences to the adjustment board, aro every ono would escape from prompt nction in ordcr to prevent nre endeavoring, shipping board ofll. Arthur Hugg, a fanner of Hick- clnls said, tojuductf Ilutcheson to send llio building without injury. as far as possible, further spread of So it is in the timo of epidemics Ihe disease. Certain measures of man County, is in jail, charged Willi his men hack to work, leaving a set of contagious diseases. During an quarantine havo been put inlo cf-'- ,. ' " f tlement of difficulties to the adjust' ' ment board. epidemic, order-nn- d discipline must fool- .n.i i., nin '....u .. ul-- li I i nt the courthouse '...v iii nvim uiu ltlvnlry between Ilutcheson nnd bo maintained. There must bo no operation of both students nn.l IH 1,1,1 week. Brooks was shot four panic or general alarm or undue zens the following information con- limes. Physicians pronounce his heads nf the American Federation of Labor, some olllclals charged, Is at the excitement. These conditions aro cerning meningitis is being print- condition as serious. bottom of much of the trouble. Hutch' usually the result of,vlld rumors ed nnd distributed to explain in pnrt e.m. It Is declared, declined to en Olllcers nt Camp Zachary Taylor ter Ihe agreement calling for settleand exaggerated stories passed on at least the necessity for the "quarmust not seek promotion through ment of differences by the adjustment from month to mouth until no truth antine" lhat has boon established. board, despite the fnct that he was "pull" from outsido friends. remains and mountains nro mado What is Meningitis? to nn order mado known urged to do so by federation chiefs. out of mole hills. Tho management Cerebrospinal Fever or The effect of the shipping board's assign- -i Promotions of nn epidemic in a community must IN" ns II Is more commonly called" second appeal to striking carpenters In or special consld- - Eastern shlpynrds to return to work trailers be placed in tho hands of the health nn infwnniM ,iiCn 0..o,i .. ofllcers and tho proper local author- a microorgntiism or "germ" that af- oration must come only through pending settlement of their grievances ities' nnd the individual must sub- feels chiefy tho covering membrane military channels. by the. wage adjustment board wns anxiously awaited here. mit lo mensures that seem necessary (Continued en Pigs ronr) Dr. John T. Patterson, dean ot tho The board's renewed request was telemade CONTENTS A Word to Parents: The Cit- University or Louisvillo, bns offer- gram by ChairmanI., Hurley In n presiIlotcheson, to William izen is always official in nresentinir ed suggestions to the Couucil or De- nf Carwhereby colleges of tho na dent of the United Brotherhood demand- PACE 1. Editorial; Friendly Crit-iois- Tarts , as they are about Iblmrs penters and Joiners, virtually . ! 1. 1.. i inmmo u.miru inch iui- ,nK mt he gwll, u HtrkK s)lI, Letter to Parents and currmg ni imrea. Head Secretary Vaughn's letter on this page nnd lllt' Kovermneni wmiou inieriermg building employees back to their Job. Ilelntives or Berea Students. Measures to Prevent Spread ot rest assured that your boys nnd,wU" 'e"er education. Doctor Pat- - Earlier In the day Ilutcheson had an nlnn has met with hicli swered n previous appeal with a comi terson's Meningitis at Berea. Our Own itf iris aro safer munication declaring It would be ImSlate News; U. S. News; World. home Also read what Dr. Preblo P"Isc from national leaders. possible to net until he had Mime defisays nbout the disease and learn News. proposition from the shipping Ono thousand members of tho 330th nite PAOK 2. bonrd ns to working condition. Departmental Columns. nil about it so rar as tho best doctors know. Isn't this worth dol- - Infantry, composed or seleots rrotu A Constitutional Basis for "Powerless," Says Hutcheson. o t lcse Louisville nnd Kentucky, have been Europo Scarcity of Teachers' lars ,0 'Hll? Sl',u1 1,3 Although notlilng has come from the dollars and wo will keep you in ordered lo other localities. Tho unn National Peril. expected order keeps secret tho shipping board to Indicate that Hutch- PAOK .'). Story: Simpson's Boom- formed about Berea tor llfty-twdestination of tho soldiers who will cson h ,rc,,u',, ' -'"lrman Hurley's weeks. erang. Written Hccord of uu rtecutm leieKruui, nitbo moved in threo sections. Tliot quoted In New York nsiiiiitiu iriuei Miylng that the Herman Atrocities. lied Cross (I(U!4 Oct a broader vision of tho sit- ixcuiucKiuus were examined ni mo ctlon of tho ,,. K,nK , Heady to Aid Soldiers' Kin. meet with his approval. He said, uation itv Kuropo by reading Prof. enmp hospital and thoso who sue-'n- ot PAOK . Locnls. Ilobertson's article on pttgo two: cesstully passed the physical tests however, that he had explained to Mr. PAOK 5. Local Nows Articles. "A Constitutional basis for Ku- - were ordered to bo fully cqquipped Hurley that tho carpenters' organize-nn- d ' - Boy Scouts Entertainment. OR"''' regarding the ready to Icavo at a moment's j tlon, roK'' PAOK 0. Mountain Farming: Monoy work and he was powerless to act. notice. Appointment of Itoger W. Ilabson, for Fanner. Farmers Allen- ml cve' thought that tlonl-L- ook After Farm Tools.1 "avo It is tho oninion of thn United the statistician, who Is a special agent ,abor uPnrtroent'a employment Warning issued Against toaphers nro likely to bo oxceed-Sohe- States Food Admlnlstation that tho of wnrco? Head "Scarcity of gross maxiinun, to Swindle Farmers nro.lt for whole- Homo ,;"u,rs a National Peril" on pago salers in llour should not exceed tno committee on public Information, Markets. Cincinnati Department: A Letter lo Berea W0, from 50 to 75 cents per barrel. The, was announced, I Oirls. profit to retail dealers in original! Tho now division will serve as a PAOK 7. International Sunday-- 1 Ut'ai ,,lut "cnsllilo letter to mill packages should not exceed P0'" f contact between tho Informa-fro,, I)cai of Women. Mil's rPa (,irls com'imteo and the labor Lesson'. Sermon. 80 cents to $1.20 per barrel, 'ment nnd'Mr. Bubson's first work will pwcrsox, on pago six in tho Women Handicraft for Olrls. upon the character of ser- bo (0 Mmn niaDUfncturer8 of tno wnr In tho War Helping the Meat ,,oino noparttnent. vice performed. Where retailers work wnlch tho dei,artment of ,nbor ; - u doing and of tho assistance which nnd Milk Supply. sen in amounts less man uio ongPAOK H. We easily forget our faults whea Inal mill packages, tho gross profit the deportment can lend to employers. Eastern Kentucky Nows J tbey aro only known to ourselres. Letters. should not exceed l cent a pound. To Parents and Relatives of Berea Students tbrcc-lhousand ,,,. Conditions on the eastern frontier of the war are unique. History hn3 no parallel. Tho Bolshcvikl withdraw fronj tho war but Germany revises lo accept and is advancing toward Pctrograd. Tho radical Russians retusing to light Germany fall llcrrcly on their follow countrymen in tho Ukraine which mado an independent pcaco witli Germany. Poland has taken olTenso at action of Germany In giving a sllco New photograph of Senator Fred- or her territory to tho new Ukrainerick Hnle of Maine, who succeeded ian Republic. It Is reported that the late Senator Johnston. lie Is a heavy lighting lias occurred either Republican nnd a very active member with Germany or Ukrania or tho of the committee on naval affairs. Bolshcviki or perhaps with all. An independent move mado by tho Poles themselves would be something of BOLO IN DEATH CELL a surprise nnd might prove a new and important element in tho problem nt this timo or confusion. Frenchman Convicted of Treason Sir Cecil Spring-Ilic- e, the recent Appeals to High Court. nmbassatlor rrom England lo tho United Stales, has just died in CanDeclares He Has a Thousand Grounds ada where he wen aflcr leaving this country. Although not considfor Plea "I am Perfectly Tran-quit,- " ered as one of the strongest men of He Says. Kngland,' he rendered valuablo serParis, Feb. 18. llolo Pasha, convict- vice and aided in furthering tho ed by a of treason and good relations at a time when a dipsentenced to death, has appealed lomatic blunder would Jiavo been from the verdict of tho court of Cassaserious. He bad many friends In tion. this country. Ono. ground is supposed to be the allegation that a witness for the prosAn item or great importance at ecution wns seen during a recess In the trial in conversation with the pres- this time is the retirement or Genand the gov- eral Sir William Robertson rroni ident of the command on the western front. It ernment counsel. Uolo wns taken to the death cell was nt first reported that ho had re IIo signed but lie has denied this and on his return to Sante prison. passed n restless night, but was appar- considers that ho has been retired. ently hopeful. He said to the guards: So rar as can bo learned bo was not "I nm perfectly tranquil. 1 have n in harmony with the plan or tho grounds for appeal." thousand Bolo's first Inquiry wns whether his war council agreed on in Paris. Tho premier or England has appealed to neighbors In prison hod been informHe wns told that Parliament and has received Its suped of tho verdict. Joseph Calllaux, former premier, was port and a possiblo crisis has thus astonished at his conviction. been passed. There were many cnllers at tho prisus Holo on, but none was admitted, Austria has shown a disposition was constantly under the eye of the death wutch. He was handcuffed to leave Germany to oarry on her war with Russia alone. An arrangewhen taken out for exercise. Deputy Kmll Constant announced ment has been made by which that he wpuld Interpellate the govern- Germany agrees to manage tho part ment on what he termed "the Irregu- of the campaign that lies to the larities and delays In the ofllclal In- north and allow Austria to meet vestigation of the llolo Pasha offalr." any emergency that occurs in the southern part of Rusia or tho Strike Is Called Off. New York. William L. Ilutcheson, Ukrain. Thus any hopo of separat- general president ot the United Broth- ing these allies has apparently failerhood of Carpenters and Joiners ol ed. America, called off tho strlko In the shipyards at the port of Now York and It is reported that England and other e'astern ponts after receiving Franco have decided that Palestino telegram from President Wilson. the IIo immediately sent messages to all and Jerusalem shall be held for tho of tho brotherhood representatives Jews or given over to them. There that could be reached, instructing has long been a movement to havo thsm to send word out to tho men to the Jews go back to their native report at their places for work. land and an opportunity may now be given. It is not likely that moro Enemy "Listens In" on American Wires With tho American Army In Prance. than a minority would over avail Places where tho Germans have themselves of the chance bccaus.i been tapping tho American telephone they arc so well established In allines ot the front havo been discover- most every country in tho world. ed and steps have been taken to theso occurrences happening Japan, through her wnr minister, again. Insulation has been found scraped off wires at a certain number Tcrauchi, has mado it known that of places where the enemy has been should conditions in Russia become so disturbed as to mcnaco tho peace listening in. of tho east sho would assume tho German Troops Rebel I burden of meeting tho situation by Petrogrod. German soldiers at rorco. A man of resources nnd Grodno and Kovno, according to a re- ability is coming to our country as port received hero from Moscow, have rofused to obey the command to move ambassador of Japan in the person to the French front. The troops have ot Viscount Ishii, tho bead or the entrenched themselves under the pro- comniission that mado tho recent tection ot their own artillery and have rriendly agreement between tho defeated a detachment of loyal forces United Slates and Japan. which the German staff sent to punlsb them. Tho president of China has just mado a most remarkable proclamaExempted For SacramenU. inWashington. Exemption of breads tion in which bo confesses bis used In the observance of religious capacity to act as oblef executive rites from regulations requiring the and promises to resign as soon as use of wheat flour substitutes was an- conditions aro mora settled. Ho acnounced by the Food Administration, knowledges n laok of knowledge of men ami admits poor appointments Kills One Bandit and Wounds Two. to' various positions. Other weakJorsey City, N. J. Threo men en shop of William J. nesses nro likewiso mentioned. Is tered the butcher Kleb as he was counting tho day's re this a now kind of politics or Just a ceipts and ordered him to throw up Chinese camouflage. his bands, each covering him with a revolvor. In a flash the butcher drew A large harvest of natural ico Is his weapon, shot one robbed dead and being strongly urged, llio Food Adwounded bis companions before any ot ministration states that assurance them could Are a shot. The wounded men staggered to the street and later can not bo given that thcro will bs wore caught by policemen. Kleb was a sufllcient supply of ammonia for arrested for manslaughter, but waa pa- tho manufacture of tho customary roled to appear when wanted. The amount of artificial Ico noxt dead man was Robert Brady. UmL.r1(.f,;;ri.g,.ii.l?;,,,fw,,.;,t-it,.i court-marticourt-martipro-ve- to t sea' f '' co"m-ple- lo . 1. . p T - , ' PreventSpread at Berea rii scn. '.. .T. Ac-crdi- ng (fw - - m. ... i o- . ,'"'; SJti SLfS depart-non.iii.- - ''' m de-tl- on Paje Two. THE CITIZEN February 21, IW8. University Column A Academy Column 1 1 1 Scarcity of Teachers a National Peril .... . Foundation Column tlm- "T"' JUNIOR Vocational Column Wo aro Interested In a bill recently Intro luccd In tho United Slntcn 7m of tl'cr-rainin- g Senalo which provides for tho enFcbrunry 0, 1018. will leave tho profession!0 ? State will bo tncrrased and Dear folks, rollment of men Into Farm TrainBy Prof. J. R. Robertson cor- as nxpensM increase without a tfir in(llIccmcnls offcrcd f0P Cmhnr know that I am h ing Camps; men who aro idle and You dntiblle , prosent to enjoy .n.nnn,iin- - (,.,.,.., nt . . Texas by this lime, as I sent you n nro not llahlo to military service. Tlift rnnidlv dianainc series of them. "Anything but teaching" Is a slogan schools for tcaoher-lrainln- g by tho telegram. ' Those men nro to havo six weeks' Wo believe trie societies will do II a . rtvnnLs that the war daily brins' ti . ii ik: ii miv fit iiiiil i iittiirii iiiiiin miifii Ltu iin.in ni ii.i. iini. ' Wo left Georgia very unexpect training In form work, and thou to to our attention Is serving to make Hvery person Inlerested in our edly. In Iho men, at six o'clock p. m be placed on farms where school and college men and women. most Americans more familiar with Eu- - and If the oor Intio as.they .have ,n fj of , w Saturday. I had known It for n needed to produco foodstuff. 'or AMdemto lit- npe and to lead us to think moro Mart . a r h f hfl vole jes on rc sti:l today n,kln!r couple of days," but didn't daro toll uu ..m... STlOUSiy upnn lis prynicms. ilhntisti ijris lo whom teaching OUR MONDAY AFTERNOON II. llarcly. however, do we think of their best opportunity. Tlie bill Berea Collogn will do this, as will 0UTIN0 You romembor I wrote you that -j ACTS 19, Ktirope as a whole. For us it connow pending in the Senate of Ilia every friend of every other private The Vocational I)cpnrlmnl, bea box of 'onls" would como In vory of separate stales, each with nli-nI Paul's CTOat nOWOrS Of Conversion KnnllirV.. o lnrt? ..if niilili crlinnl in llm Slnfn handy. That is what I meant, and ing now Iho most forlunalo ono l n rni w fcuoruinciu biiu nro wonderfully shown Jn tho 19lh opportunity for the private srhoois A draft of the bill as offered la Ihey certainly did go mighty fine tho College, was given an opportuno speak of rhapter of Acts. It was his first Us social customs. of this Slate to draw on their con-- 1 prinled herewith: on tho train where it was hard lo ity to walk down lo tho point and monarchies and ropublios; of dem- - journey to Ephesus and found that get enough to eat. play games, since ,wo were very ..rrnlic sJaios nnu oi autocratic the nmjorlty of tho inhabitants hai, An act "authorizing the State Board of Education to issue Thn only lime we worn off the much in need of n llltlo outing. of the constitutional basis not , vp1 noar(J of new rclicion.' Reaching the point with Mr (rnin llm entire trip was a lllllo f the ono or the other. Christianity. Finding a few men certificates to teach to students of educational institutions not supported by state funds within the State of Kentucky; while at Montgomery, Ala. Monday Morgan and Miss Ilerg In command, It Is probahlo that we must Irani wjln iad nccn baptized by John but morning wo woko up in Now Or- - wn playe I ninny interesting game in the future lo widen our point of PVidontly fearing that they had' creating a commission for determining what institutions are Hvery one with his face covered lean. I was sorry that I didn't got view to include nil of tho states lo 'nol V0( a, christians In tho in- - entitled to such privileges; defining the conditions under which lo sen anything of the town except Willi smiles seemed lo bo enjoying seuicr. inero nas always been a tprim boiwccn John's stay there . such privileges shall be granted; and repealing all laws or parts ing from Iho Irain. They look both thn sport, while happy voices were sort of unity among tho nations of ani! nis nrrjval ho them in ennflirt thprpwith trains on the ferry al tho samo timo ringing out all over the place. Ruropc that has changed from timo nn,v. GhJ now cnmo olv About .1:.Tfl. wo returned, still across Iho Mississippi. Yotrday to time and it Is that union which pon lnom and lll0y wero cvldcnl-- I Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the Common(Tuesday a. m.) wo woko up at happy, and very eager lo go again am calling the constitutional basis jv pauj.9 iepcrs throughout his wealth of Kentucky: Houston, Texas. From Ihero on tho of Europe. Thero arc just three 9a y i Ephesus. GIBRALTAR BOYS country was very Interesting to me. ways by which tho states of Europe j railing down tho Holy Ghost 1. Whenever any university, college or normal Section Pn level I could see for many mllos. Since tho Vocational Department may bn related to one another, the upon ti,c,0 mcn hut pr0vc9 his school in this state shall have a course of study equal in extent Our Sergeant told' us Hint on Sun was regarded as ono of tho forethe national, and the mplPalTon. Could hohavoper-ora'- - and similar in subjects to either the elementary course or the day morning tho peoplo got up and most departments for doing things, formed that miracle without Divino ly look around about Iwonty milos lo wn hoys of Gibraltar Literary Tho imperial type of unity In- - i,0Ip? Tlmiout Paul's labors timo intermediate course or the advanced course of the state normal seo how many wero coming ti sol about lo mako it ono of oludes all peoples under one sov- - nn( a(rain ho nPCfl,,, 0o,i-- hpiP( anj schools, and shall have full and ample equipment and a faculty church. In this way Ihoy could got the host eooieties In Ilerea. by maW-iioroign power. It was best realized wbenevcr he called unon tho Lord of competent instructors actually giving approved instruction II lnteroliiig nnd worth while an estimate of how many gucsU by tho rtomnn Empire, which for j.j, praypP Was always answered. in the branches contained in said course, and equivalent to that thoy would havo for dinner. ! All 1'iosn who ntlon led The "Mock topelhor the civilized iP PPmP(i in have direct eommun- - given in the state normal schools, a student who shall have uonlurles held can't vouch for the truth of UiIk Trial," recently given, certainly peoplos of Europe and tho parts of Nation with God, eipialed by few however. found it so. Tho Society has grown surrounding the mortals in (Tie Bible, and through, completed any of these courses shall be granted by the state Africa and Asia I haven't boon around tho camp lo suoli an extent that now it is Mediterranean Sea. Its Influence (iii he was able to do wonderful, board of education an elementary certificate, an intermediate here yol, so can't toll much about the largest and most successful onrj certificate, or an advanced certificate of the same tenor and was felt far beyond its borders worj (o tile case lo wllIcn iie i)a() It, only that it is an Immense affair. in Moron, having a membership nrl among tno barbaric peoples that devoted his life. God was Paul's effect as the certificate to teach issued to the students who have Thore is nn aviation field noxl lo eighty-fou- r. surrounded the cmpiro proper. confidant and to Hfm lie went in' completed the elementary course or the intermediate course or us, anil wo can oo from Ion I" It meets overy Saturday at 7:0o was a political system that wasipravpr al cvery opportunity. While' the advanced course, respectively, of the state normal schools. . twenty machines flying around p. m. Visitors nro welcome. lit anI nn rtrwnn nnd nnnni tra I Tf ....u wuquui. or us can ever nope lo equal, Provided that the completion of such a course shall have most any lime. Thoy remind one of cared little or none for tho corf- - Paul's great work, all of us can have ' been certified by the institution in which the student has combuzzards, soaring around so smooth- -' day and tho mud was about a foot sent of the governed. It absorbed a relationship with God that wiM ' pleted the course. l.v- deep, so you can Imagino it was all that came in its path that might jvp us n,niout our lives. We all When wo reached hero nlinul 1:M not vry pleasant. Wo got started Provided further, that no certificate shall, under the prowithstand its will. Tho constitu- - aapiro to livo Christian lives and to! last night we found our baggage about six that night. 'I had It pretty tional basis for Europe was imperial. dn tn!, we musl knon. Goii and lhcrc visions of this act, be issued to any applicant who has not comhad not come, but It didn't mailer ofl on tho train was on Iho same The decline and fall of this re- - , no hcilcr paranci to follow than pleted the equivalent of the 10th grade of the public schools. much as a soldier carries his house Pullman a tho ntllcors, hut It cermarKaoin empire leu r.uropo anm- 0f PalI, for ,0 was an t.i i iuuzji Section 2, The determination of the question as to and furnishings nlong with him, tainly did gel monotonous slaying cu into a muiutiKio or small rrag ,iiitii Clirislian or as near to that state as also about ten days rations. on the train so long. what institutions are entitled to the privileges set forth in the ,n u,e nanua 01 Icuuai ,oru3-,macan come, and certainly npbodv We are living in tents now and Well, I havo nlways wanted to in the country and autocratic co,d dn .vron i,.,1 preceding section of this act shall be in the hands of a comIn foIin.:n havo a lent fnr orderly mom. I am seo 'IVxas and hero I am al last councils in tho cities. Tills was a rooftop., as a Christian. mission to be composed of the state superintendent of public having a timo filling it up as wn I'm in lovn with the placo so far. dark, age for Europe, though lighted. instruction, the head of the department of education of the can'l pul up shelves in a lent, and il is bonuliful, not at all liko the hero and there, in isolated spots, University of Kentucky, the state high school supervisor, the haven't any lumber anyway. I am sandy desert we camo through with unwonted brilliance. Around, Towel and Medicine Closet dean of the state normal school in whose district the institution having some benches made, so ex- easl of hero. A good Idea for n towel and raedl- tho stronger and more resourcful pect to get fitted out soon. fcudal stales, as centers, gradually cine closet or cabinet In two bnth- - making application for recognition is located, and the superinThis has boon a perfect spring 7j,lch hae common wall Is to tendent of a city of the first or second class, appointed by the We certainly haI a timo gelling day. tho kind thai makes ono feel grow up the modern nations of Eu- rope, based on racial similarity or divide the one closet space Into thirds started. Had orders lo leave tho good all over. MetMr. The upper third forms the Governor of the State, who shall hold his office for a period of I Park Friday morning, got everysuppose il will Liko about u xiiu- u.iiiiu imu two, shallow medicine closets, back to buubiu.im..u uiui.,. three years, and thereafter his successors shall hold the apthing packed up, then our trans- week for lliis letter lo reach you, existence nationality as a constl- - back, with n mirrored door In each pointment for a similar period. No institution shall be enportation was tied up on account but I hope lo hear from you soon. tulional basis for Europe. ex bathroom. The other titled to the privileges conferred by the preceding section of system of nationalism cave tend through the depth of the closet of bridge washouts. On Saturday Address: The Each of this act unless the following requirements have been fulfilled: morning tiio last of our stuff wos nnnnrinniiv fnr mnnv .if hn mnai and are used for towels. Corp. Thomas Edwards, Jr.. ,nt0 one ot 0,6 ulvlslons Pens hauled in and r caught Iho loading bloody wars of all timo. Each nation Camp McArthur, Texas. First. Such institution shall be fully incorporated and detail of of phi men. It rained all f: M. m Inf. in turn aspired lo extend lis own JU UU VUUliK the corporation shall have at least $50,000 invested and availtorrilory or its influence at tho exable for use in the school. EXPERT ADVICE pense of Its neighbors. Spain, Second. The corporation shall employ not fewer than Franco, England in tho earlier five teachers who shall put in full time giving instruction in the times and Russia, Austria and Pru3- -j courses of study required to be taught by the provisions of the sia in later, givo abundant examples, preceding section of this act. of this fact. Out of this constant: Third. Such institution shall be a member of the Kenturmoil thero, gradually grow Hid doctrine of balance of power, a tucky Association of Colleges and Universities, or on the list term which signifies the effort to' of the accredited secondary schools and junior colleges of this hold in check an aggressive nation j association. by an alliance of the .other states Fourth. No institution beneficiary under this act shall Europe. Tho combinations wero' of be supported in whole or in part by state funds. almost infinito in number and changed with overy changing cir- -, The state superintendent of public instruction shall, tiumstance. Nationalism under tho. upon request of any institution desiring recognition under the check of a balanco of power was preceding section of this act, direct the above named commistho constitutional basis of Europo sion, to inspect the institution and to report within sixty days" whon the present war broke out, upon its application. Each year the state board of education and whatever of peace and security shall satisfy itself that the requirements of this act have been existed was tho outcomo of a balanco of power that rested on met before any certificate shall be granted the students of such counter alliance of strong nation institution. alities. 'On this tho very existenco Chicken I'm bo delicate I'm iifrald Section 3. The expenses of inspection shall be borne' I wonU live" long. I wish 1 were hh of the small slates depended. strong und.ruKut'd uu you. by the institution asking for recognition under the provisions of Thero remains but one other Ileef It's all In tho way you live, this act. constitutional basis for unity in Europe, and that Is included in child. You Hiould adopt n (strict diet Section 4. All laws and parts of laws in conflict with tho word Federation. Ily tho ap- of uncooked vegctuliles. and Fletcher-Iz- u as I do. the provisions of this act are hereby repealed. plication of this principio equal and F. O. B. DETROIT J Independent slates may come together as closely or as loosely as oration. . MRS. VAN U00K Tho interment look placo In tho There it inflexible logic in the fixing they may desiro. Our own United Tho Imperial basis for unity In of that price for the Maxwell closed car. 1 i: i T...nnnA UUJUIIKS i Tho entire College community Herca Cemetpry. States is tho truest nnd best ex r.(JI JIIU i. i !. LU L11U I11SLUI1L IJU3L. The purpose of the Maxwell builders ample of federation. Ily tills means Nationalism limited hv n hnlnncn nf was shocked and saddened on Fri- The Intolerable Rooiter. was to strike the MIDDLE LINE of abof last week by tho sudden Iho thirteen indenendont colonics nower has nroved unsteady and full Tlnr Uvn Is not at nil proudspirited. solute value. Willi iheir differences and hostiU-!- of opportunity for conflicts so that "enUi of Mrs. Van Hook of tho She dlfle-r- In Unit respect from her They have done so with scientific aclios, were finally united and gave nations aro burdoncd to maintain normal ucpartmeni. biio anu tno oosti'r spouse. Whether her marriage curacy. son. Wll was JUBl lW0 weci" mhvh bind her to love nnd obey him riso to our strong nnd beloved na- armies and navies. Federalism, In The Maxwell closed cars have grace, ak'ng seemingly ind to drudge and luy for him, I am some form or other., is tho only ol(1' ,ia(1 ueen tion. beauty, comfort, efficiency, durability, in the early times tho independ- constitutional basis that will meot unusual progress toward complete not ready to stnte, butbyIt vould seem very much that way haughty economy and standard equipment ent Greek slates, beyond their ago tho demands of the nrcsent nnd tha recovery and health. A sudden air chanticleer assumes the toward her But, if built to sell for less than $ 1 1 95 thought, had discovered future. It will bo ushered in, soon- - blanching of tho face, a quiet wordj ,,,,,, in political Slurried roosters are for one or the other of these would be tho principio of federation and or or lator; first by tho union of or lv,0 "croio measures o iu,niore helflch than husbands of the lacking. to put It into operation Just soveral equal nnd independent doctors, forty minutes of timo nnd!amn tribe. A man, even though he 11,0 cn(l camo- - Just a drP ot blood,, tests housework, will sometimes On the other hand, for a higher price they wero absorbed by tho' slates that aro most nearly like In you could get only larger size or fancier imperial stalo. Tho Dutchlpurposo and Interest and later by Perhaps, on tho brain, no visibloj Jescend to curry o ncuttlo of cool or furnishings not any greater VALUE or provinces at tho mouth or tho others as tho now order wins its cause, no Infection, nothing that finer "clasi." Rhino river wero federated when way to approval by tho farsceinar human skill could help. Q licn,8 (0ll)tHtlc urrars fcro That is what we mean by "the Middle U1 ,u" 1,uu w"3 uu,uvuu tnoy won lliclr tmicpcndcnco from, nnd tliouglitrul minus of tno Eu- -' Zlm In Cartoons Mugurlne. Line." Spnin, but changed through tho ropean stales. Such a constitutional wo Know nor. biio was a swoot,; prossuro from surrounding nations. basis for Europo would bo tho host mvauie woman, ncr nusuanu was Fnt'l'aiitngtr Sidan, $U95 S'tjePaningtr Tvum Car, Hardy Tepary Duih Beana. Switzerland is a successful and 11 Kiiaranteo of peace. It would kIvo devotion, Itself, nnd now ho Is pros- $1195 Tiuring Car ivilh All.H'tathir Ttp, JSSS Tho cultivation of tepary beana U His frlonds at soiucthlug new In the state of CaliforTiuring Car, $7-tns- - traled Willi grief. RtaJiltr, SJ1S nf rclinf frnm thn burdens nnd liutrlnii unmnln nf a All him F.O.B. V, lr,il mountain cantons of central Eu- - ploions of militarism. It would ac- - Berea and elsewhere havo shown nia. This legutno carao up from old Mexico and has been popular In New roro. Germany camo to bo a strong knowlodgo tho right of tho peoplo'1,m lnc,r sympathy and love, a voico In tholr affairs, for only I Tbo Ilov. 0. S. Knight conducted Mexico and Arizona for years. necauM nation by Iho federation of twenty-t- o two independent slates nnd ought by such a moans could federation t'o funeral service In tho Upper of Its hnrdy habit, It It capable not DEALERS Mr. only of Htundlug extremes of tempera In lin n lender nf thn fndnrnl Idftnl' lm lirniiirlit. nhnnL T.nl lis linnn llinl Chapel Saturday afternoon. Berea . . Kentucky turc, but doing well under exceptionfor Kuropo rather than tho agent wo may live to see an advance mado HiBby's quartet sang. Most of tho ally arid conditions. It Is u hardy buato ana tno racuiiy beau with a high nutrltlre value. Ideal, In the establishment of a federal ronnai ucpartmeni of the ancient Imperial wero prosent. masking under tho gulso of fed-- 1 constitutional basis for Eur6po. ' CONSTITUTIONAL EUROPE BASIS FOR i Tho two now literary soclctle started with a rush Saturday night. February ifl. Tho initial programs e" - Snf .., tubers 1 attention .I t..t uv,"e '"" to the fact II - thai;' ' " f. '""'V', i1"!1 unit , m. EDWARDS WRITES TO HIS PARENTS ... m :n. ,at 1- -6 lnt; te J 0Has fi fcd-jvi- no So-eio- s m "ono ... two-thir- - ' -- $1195 -- 1 ! re n J'; , SCRUGgTSc gott lit February 21, 1018. THE CITIZEN persons who were shot ore! Mr. Detain, mayor of Dlnnnt; 8asscrnth, first nldcrmun; Nlnimer, aged seventy: Consul for the Argentine Republic Victor I'oncclct, who wos executed In the prcsmcc of his wife and seven children; Wasselgo nnd bis two sons) Messrs. Gustave and Leon Men I so, two very old men; Jules Monln and others nil shot In the cellar of their brewery; Mr. Cuinlllo I'lstte nnd son, nged seventeen; Phllllppnrt Plcdfort, his wife and daughter; Miss Marslg-ny- . During the execution of about forty Inhabitants of Dlnant the Germans placed beforo tho condemned their wives and children. Ifls thus that Madam Albln who hnd Just given birth to n child, three days previously, wns brought on n mattress by aerman soldiers to witness tho execution of her husband; her cries nnd supplications were so pressing that her husband's life was spared." "On tht! 20th of August Gcrmon soldiers entered various streets (of und ordered the Inhabitants of the houses to proceed to the I'lnco de la Station, whero tho bodies of nearly a dozen nssasslnnted persons wcro lying. Women and children were separated from tho men nnd forced to on the Place do la Station during the whole day- - They had to witness the execution of many of their fellow citizens, who wcro for tho most part shot at the sldo of the square, near the homo of Mr. Hcmnlde. The women nnd children, after having re- malned on tho square for moro than 15 hours, wcro allowed to depart. The Gardes Clvlques of Louvuln wcro also taken prisoners nnd sent to Germany, to tho camp of Munster, where they were held for several weeks. "On Thursday, August 27, order was given to tho Inhabitants to leave Louvuln because the city wos to be bombarded. Old men, women, children, the sick, priests, nuns, were driven on 0 the roads llko cuttle. More than of the Inhabitants were driven ns fur as. Tlrlrmont, nearly 12 miles from Louvuln. Infants Shot In Mothers' Arms. "One of tho most sorely tried communities was that of thu little vlllago of TuMlne, down In what Is known us the llorlnoge, tho coal fields near Charlerol. Tumlnes Is n mining village lu the Sombre; It Is a collection of Mimll cottages sheltering about Inhabitants, mostly nil poor laborLou-vai10,-000,-0- Pago Three. WRITTEN RECORD OF ATROCITIES Diaries of German Soldiers Tell of Murder and Pillage in Belgian Cities. CALLED "DISGRACE TO ARMY" No RESIGNATION JUSTIFIED RED GROSS IS READY TO AID STATES iS THE RICHEST NATION. There ore twice ns ninny cattle and. swine In tho United Stntes as In nny other country, with n total value of live stock products of moro than WHY ted Mrs. Simpson's Boomerang By ETHEL HOLMES SOLDIERS' KIN ! ,000,000,000. Tho corn crop is ten times greater than that of nny other (Ceprrlfht, 1117. Wealera Neweptper Union.) Provides Loans, Grants and Allowances, Where Neces- sary, to the Fighting Men's Relatives and Charges No Interest. at Dlierlmltutlon Made Between In. nocent and Guilty Infante Shot In Dead Mother' Arms Testimony of Drand Whltlock. Very many German soldier who have been taken prisoner had kept diaries, and these have been confis' eated by the captors. Many have been published, frequently with fac simile reproductions to guarantee The following their authenticity. extracts, with the testimony of Brand Whitlock, are made public by he committee on public information at Washington: "Aug. 23. . . . Our men enmo bock nml sold tlint nt the point wheru the valley Joined the Meliso vc could not net nny further, ns tho villagers were shooting nt us from every house. Wo hot tho whole lot 10 of them.. They wero ilrnwn up In three ranks; the tamo shot did for three nt n time. , . . The men hnd nirendy shown lEDITOXTH NOTB ThU ! tha third of lerlea of five article prepared by Mr. Kleier, who Is In ditrii of civilian relief work In Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky. Tha aubjecta of the other two article In tha Mrlea attll to appear are "What Uaa Been Taught Home Hervlce Worker" and and Training 30.000 Horn Service Committeemen." By James L. Fleter, Director, Bureau Civilian Relief, Lake) Division, American Rod Cross. Mrs. Drown Is In pressing need of funds to meet her grocery bill and the "So you resigned i" "Yes. I couldn't stand the way the llrm trented me." "What did they do?" "Took my ninnc off the pay roll." THE MAIN POINT country. The wheat crop Is bigger than that of nny rival. The cotton output Is more than hnlf the world's supply. The coal production of nearly half n billion tons Is twice that of Britain, our nearest competitor. The oil production of nearly 800,000,000 barrels Is twlco that of Russia, which ranks second. The output of Iron and steel Is twice that of Germany, our nearest rival. We produce moro copper than nil of the remnlnder of tho world put together. In manufactured goods last year, our output wns more thnn $35,000,000,000.- The balance of exports over Imports nmounted to over The gold reserve of about moro thnn . Is of the world's total. The wealth Is more than $2,000 for every man, woman and child In the country. The railroad mileage Is more than double that of all Europe. The total wealth of Britain, Germany nnd France amounts to 227,500,000,000. Thnt of the United Stntes aggregated one-third "Molllc," snld Mrs. Simpson to her friend Mrs. Mnrlwoather, "Are you confident that your husband Is true to youi" "Perfectly," wns tho reply. "I wish I could feel the same about mine. Don't you ever watch him?" "Every night." "Why, 1 thought you snld you trusted him." "I do not trust men generally In such matters. While I trust Jnck Implicitly ns nn Indlvldunl, ns ono of the male sex, I don't trust him at nil." "Why do you watch him at night, especially?" "What 1 mean by thnt Is 1 go through his pockets for love letters every night after ho Is Jn bed." "I see; that's n good. scheme; I will avail myself ot the suggestion." Mrs. Simpson did avail herself of the suggestion and at tho end of a few months wns rewnrded lf It mny bo so with a find. In Mr. Simp considered son's vest pocket was n slip of paper on which were tho figures 1, 12, 0, 4, 7, In lend pencil. Now Mrs. Simpson had mnrrled In opposition to her parents' wishes nnd they hnd resisted to many devices, whereby to communicate In spite of being watched. Mrs. Simpson, then Miss Mollneaux, was very Ingenious. Sho gavo Simpson nn expedient to use when ho wished to meet her thnt would not cause suspicion, lie was to mall her an advertising card on which hnd been put In pencil certain figures denoting tho month, tho' day, nnd the hour. Thus If ho wished to seo her on tho seventh day of November, nt three o'clock In tho afternoon, tho figures would bo 11, 7, 3. Tho plnce of meeting was nlways the same nnd need not be designated on tho card. Mrs. Simpson had hardly seen tho figures on the slip sho had found In her husband's pocket when sho Inferred that her invention of several years before had become a boomerang. She collapsed, but not for long. Before many minutes had passed she had o made up her mind to Interpret the mes-sog- x government check for her separation allowanco is slow to arrive. Or there may be sickness, followed by death and funeral expenses, In the Charnoskl family olrcle, for which the government allowanco, made becauso of Private Charnoskl's enlistment. Is j their brutnt Instincts; . . . "Tho sight of tho bodies of nil the Inhabitants who hnd been hhot was Every house In the Indescribable. TVlrnKKcd Wu destroyed. ono utter out of tho most unlikely corners. Thu men were shot ns well us the women unci children who were In tho convent, since shots hnd been fired from the convent windows; and wo burnt It afterwards. whole village was the villagers 0 caped the pennlty by handing over the guilty and paying 15.000 francs. The Inhnhltunts II red on our men again. Tho division tuoR" drastic Mcps to stop this, 'the Mages being burnt nnd the Inhabitants being shot. Tho pretty llttlo village of One d'OsKiis, however, was apparently set on flru without .cause. A cyclist fell in IiIh iimrlilmt nml his rifle Went Off. Ho Immediately said be had been shot nt. All tho Inhabitants wcro burnt In the bouses. I hope there will bo no more such horrors. "Iioraee to Our Armv." "At li.pe apparently 200 men wcro shot. There must have been some lu- nocent men nmong them. In future we shall have to hold an Inquiry us to their guilt Instead of shooting them. "In tho evening wo marched to Maubcrt-PontnlnJust ns wo wcro having our menl the alarm was soundveryono Is very Jumpy. ed "September 3. Still nt Itcthel, on guard over prisoners. , . . Tho houses ure charming Inside. Tho tnlddlo class In France bus magnificent furniture. Wo found stylish pieces everywhere and beautiful silk, but In what n state . . . flood God I . . . Kvcry bit of furniture broken, mirrors smashed. Tho Vundals themselves could not havo done more damage. This place Is n disgrace to our army. The who lied could not have expected, of course, that nil their goods would bnve been left Intnct after so many troops bad passed. Hut the column commanders aro responsible for tho greater part of the damage, us they could Imve prevented tho looting uud destruction. The damage amounts to millions of nmrks; even tho safes have been attacked. "In a solicitor's house, In which, ns luck would havo It, nil was In excellent taste, Including a collection of old lace and Eastern works of nrt, everything wns smashed to bits. "I could not resist taking u little memento myself hero und there. . . . Ono house was particularly elegant, everything In tho best taste. Tho hull wus of light oak; I found. n splendid raincoat under tho staircase nnd a camera for Felix." (From tho diary of an olllcer lu tho Ono Hundred regiment, Twelfth Sax-o- n Seventy-eightcorps.) itur his horror unnurently was not shnred by the German commander In chief, ns Is evident, from the followh "The Inhabitants might 'have es- ing: "Order. "To tho l'eaple of I.lege. "Tho population of Andenne, after ranking u display of peaceful Intentions toward our troops, attacked thera tn tho most treacherous manner. With my authorization, tho general these troops has reduced tho town to ushes nnd hns bud 110 persons shot. "I bring this fact to tho knowledge of tho Deonlo of Liege In order thut they mny know what fute to expect should they adopt a similar nttituuc. "Liege, 22d August. 1014. "flKNKHAL VON DUELOW." Brand Whltlock Wrltet of Massacres. In Ms report of September 12, 1017, to the secretary of stute, Minister Whltlock has much to tell of tho polThe following icy of frlKhtfulness. passages refer to tho aubject of tnas- urritflf "Summary executions took place (at Dlnant) without the least senimance nf indimicnt. The names and number of the victims are not known, but they must be numerous. I bavo been unable to obtain preclso detnlla In this nwnfrt nnd the number of persona who have fled la unknown. Among the insufficient. Qr aged Mr. O'Reilly, overcome by rheumatism, can no longer support himself and Mrs. O'Rollly. Their only son, Barney, Is a gunner's mate on a man o' war. Yet there Is no ment allowance check for tho O'Reillys becauso Harney, for a year or moro previous to his enlistment In tho BATS SCOURGE TO INSECTS navy, did not havo to help the "folks" becauso Father O'Reilly then was Why Most Species of the Swiftly Fly-In- g able to boes his gang of street mend-- I Creatures Are Beneficial. ers and kep up the little homo on a side street. It Is for the Drowns and Charnoekls Bats are often regarded with as and O'Reillys that the American Red much horror ns snakes. The wheeling She I'll be n sister to you. Thnt' nnd rapid flight of tho little creatures Cross, through Its chapter Home Servtho best I can do. ice Sections, provides monetary retwilight, their dusky forms, lief In tho form of loans (without Inwings nnd fiery eyes, seemHe But In thnt capacity will youi shroud-likterest), grants and allowances. ing to league thera with the supernatfather settle anything on me? And practically every chapter In ural; but they are generally not only Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky Is prepar-- ' harmless, but useful. They are a ers. scourge to Insects of every kind, from SCRAPPER "Thu little grnvcynrd In which the lhg to assist, or has prepared and Is tho mosquito upwnrd. Tho big bats and surprise the guilty parties at church stunds bears Its muto testi- assisting tho Drowns, the Charnoskls of the Indlnn peninsula aro considered mony to the horror of the event. There and the O'Reillys. They ore also pretheir meeting. Taking up the paper serve graves, each paring to assist relatives of men tablo luxuries by tho natives. ore hundreds of she noticed that tho first figure wns 1. A bat measuring two feet from tip to January wns tho first month In tho with Its small wooden cross nnd Its ing In the armies and navies of our tin must be n formidable looking crea- - yenr. Tho bit of flowers; tho crosses ure so close allies. Fully Explains Loans. It wns now December. I ly huddled that thcru Is scarcely room turo to encounter. This Is said to bo next figure wns 12, might represent the When It becomes necessary for a bats of the day of the meeting. It was now the the size of tho to walk between them. Tho crosses Amnion, tn which tho name of "vam- - 2Sth of December. The figure 9 must nru (dike and nil bear the same date, Red Cross chapter to loon money to ' plre" Is often given; but even these mean family, the condian enlisted man's nine o'clock either In the morn the sinister dnto of August 22, 1011." nro harmless. There Is, however, a ing 0r evening. What 4 nnd 7 meant "But whether their hands were cut tions of repayment are thoroughly exsmaller snecles in South America sho could not tell. Doubtless the guilty off or not, whether they were Impaled plained, the obligations put In writ on bayonets or not, children were shot ing and signed and the collection of pair had Invented a way to designate down, by military order, In cold blood. the loan carefully followed up when Imnls, Including human beings. the place of meeting. Tho mischief does not consist In. the In tho nwful crime of the Rock of Bay-ur- It becomes due. As has already been Mrs. Simpson was quite sure that stated, the Red Cross does not charge nuantlty of blood abstracted by the bat on the 12th of tho next month, nt nine there overlooking the Meuse beinterest for a loan. low Dlnant, Infants In their mothers' J Itself, but In' the far greater flow from tn the evening her husband would meet necessary by Grants may the trlongulnr puncture after the with- her rival; but since sho did not know arms wero shot down without mercy. demands which be made the family Income and drawal of tho aggressor. It hos been where, sho could not confront them. The deed, never surpassed In cruelty government allowance cannot be exby nny band of suvuges, Is described objected by obstinate unbelievers that There was n cold'tlmo between Mr. pected to provide for, such as sickby thu btfchop of Nninur himself: no one has ever seen the wound in- and Mrs. Simpson from tho 2Sth of ness, funerals and need of special "'One scene surpasses In horror nil training to create or increase earning flicted; but, considering that the bat December to tho 12th of January. Mr. others; It Is tho fusHlatlo of the power. Grants In small amounts may bites only In darkness, tho proof upon Simpson was at n loss to account for Rochur Buyurd near Dlnant. It ap- be required to tide over a period of which tho skeptics Insist Is not easily tho reason, but disdained to ask for It pears to have been ordered by Colonel acute distress until proper Inquiry more than once, when ho obtained no "Don't tell me 1 hnve u rival, dear- obtainable. This fusillade made muny can be made and a plan of service de- est; It would brenk my heart." Melster. Tho curious feature of the bat's bite, satisfaction. Americans, Is that It Is hardvictims among tho nearby parishes, cided upon. It was Mrs. Simpson's Intention on "If he knew you were here he would say South especially thoso of des Rlvuges and ly ever felt even wheh tho person at- tho evening of the 12th of January to Allowances are payments at reguyour head." Neffe. It caused tho death of nearly lar Intervals of a stated sum by the break hang on td her husband like a leech. tacked Is awake. 00 persons, without distinction of age Red Cross Home Service Sections to Sho would prevent his meeting her ! peror (.ex. Among the victims were ba- tho relatives of a soldier or sailor. SAW THE LAMB CHOP MONITORS HAVECOME BACK" rival, nnd would nccuso hlra of his bies In arms, boys nnd girls, fathers They are usually limited, though not fidy. nnd mothers of families, oven old always, to thoso not entitled to govOne evening at dinner she asked him Craft Have Proved Why Cheese-Bomen. lf he remembered tho device she hnd ernment allowance, such as, for exUseful In Present War. Dead Children In Pile of Bodies. given him whereby to notify her when ample, the families of men serving for wished her to meet him. Ho said "'It wus there thnt 12 children under one of our allies, Voo SEITMITN Before tho outbreak of tho present ho remembered her ingenuity very well the ugo of six perished from the Are One may wonder how a Red Cross war monitors were considered almost he suggested that lf ever sho became of tho executioners, six of them as chapter, buying several thousand dolobsolete. It had been many years and they Iny In their mothers' arms: obliged to earn her own living she lars worth of supplies monthly to be jrincc American naval appropriations " 'Tho child ricvet, three weeks old. made Into surgical dressings, woolen should apply for a position In a detec' hod Included Items for tho construc "Muurleo Bctems, eleven months socks and convalescent gowns, ran tive ofllce. liketion of monitors. Now It seems old. spend money for civilian relief work. "I have often thought since then," ly that monitor building will be re"'Nelly Pallet, cloven months old. I' sho said, "how wo could add to tho o Have Civilian Relief Funds. sumed, for In tho European fighting " 'Glldn tie nou, eighteen months old. to indicate by figures, the a Last summer American Red Cross craft havo proved meetingplan theso cheese-bo- x '"Glldu Murchot, two years old. place." chapters raised more than a million highly useful. "Clara Struvuy, two years nnd six dollars for the Red Cross War Fund-Eac- h Whether Mr. Simpson refused to be A monitor can carry a big gun and caught In this trap his wife set for him months. chapter was permitted to claim water. at tho same time draw llttlo " 'The pile of bodies comprised also a refund of up to 26, per cent of the to glvo her a clue to the last two figIt can come near shore In such shaU ures of tho cipher message, or whethmuny children from six to fourteen amount collected for the expenses of low water that submarines cannot fol- er years. Eight lnrgo families havo en- the campaign, for the purchase of raw he did not know what she meant, ho Monitor fleets have repeatedly low. tirely disappeared. Four havo but one supplies and tor Its civilian relief did not appear to tako any further inshelled Belgian towns held by tho Ger- terest in tho matter and made no reescaped work. In making claim for refunds, Thoso men that survivor. mans, and havo dono mucn damage. ply. death and many of whom wcro rid- each chapter was required to state In tho Dardanelles campaign monitors dled with bullets wero obliged to how much of the refund was to be exOn the evening of tho 12th of Januwere advantageously used after tho ary Mr. Simpson about eight o'clock bury In n summary and hasty fashion pended for civilian relief. And now enormous battleships had proved usetheir fathers, mothers, brothers or sis- the chapters are obligated to keep the told bis wlfo that ho had an engageless. Now It Is reported that British ment with his partner to talk over a ters; then ufter, having been relieved civilian relief portion for civilian remonitors bavo been in tho Adriatic, business program for tha year. Mrs. of their money nnd being placed In lief work. To date It has not been aiding the Italians in their Trieste cam- Simpson stood like a statue, listened chains they were sent to Cassel (Prus- necessary to draw heavily from this paign. sia). " reserve. to what ho said, then handed hint the Besides the advantage ot shallow slip of paper saying: IRRESPECTIVE OF THE DIFFERMr. Hugh Gibson, tho secretary of tardraft tho monitors present a small our legation In Belgium, visited Lou- ENCE IN STANDARDS AND COSTS "I Beo that you have used my ingeget for enemy marksmen. The Brit- nuity to comninnlcato with your new vuln during Us systematic destruction OF L1VINQ IN TUB MANY COMWASN'T SAYING MUCH BT ish havo .many at their disposal, and flame, but In this case she seems to LOOKED AFTER by tho Germans. In "A Journal From MUNITIES CHAPTERS, THE aro building more. CROSS Our Legation In Belgium," New York, RED have addressed you instead of your adho relates what AMERICAN RED CROSS WILL NOT 1017, puges dressing her." WITH CIVILIAN REMemory. How to Develop a Good BE SATISFIED the Gentian olllccrs told htm: Simpson looked at the cipher then PERMIT In nn article about James Ilorgan at his wlfo. "It wus u story of clearing out civil- LIEF WORK THAT WILL STANDand his great memory in the American ians from n large part of tho town, a THE lowering; OF THE "If vou would like to meet her." he I Magazine, a writer says: systematic routing out of men from ARDS OF LIVING OF THE RELAsaid rnlmlv. "vou can do so bv irolnfl " 'Attention comes first,' Horgan wIth ma t0 cellurs uud garrets, wholesale shoot- TIVES OF AN ENLISTED MAN. 0fflce." told me. 'When you meet a man, look ings, tho generous use of machine RATHER. ITS AIMS TEND TOWARD Mrs. Simpson did not understand T11ESUB Paf BETTERMENT A Into his faco for a second and this move, but she put on her bat and squarely guns, and tho freo application ot tho i forget everything else In tho world. sealskin and went with Iter husband. torch tho whole story enough to. STANDARDS. Etch his features into your brain; you When they arrived there, the ofllce was muko one see red. And for our guldcan do it lf you will keep practicing, anco It wns Impressed on us that this lighted up and Mr. Simpson's partner .Q M, Cont- " 'It isn't enough to catch a name so was waiting for hfm. . ,, would mako people respect Germany ,Bihni t,t inring. that you can pronounce It. You must and tnluk twlco about resisting her." ,nJ gmn co,ns n ,etterSi lf you d0 "Jack," said Simpson, "I've found learn to see It. You must visualize it tho missing key to our new safe we uermuu imsioro uuu not mppen to have the regular coin so that it nppears in your brain as had 60 much troublo about a couple from tho excitement ot the firing have holder nt hnnd, Is to uso a piece of corclearly as It it were printed on paper of weeks ago." defended this policy of trlghtfulness, rugated cardboard, such as may be before your eyes. A trained memory c. g.: Simpson took the cipher from all wrappings, egg found in discarded is packed full of double exposures "We are not only compelled to ac- boxes, etc. Simply cut a silt In one pocket and explained It to his wife: " to uso a photographer's terra.' cept the war that la forced upon us Bldo of the corrugated board, push tns "I ordered tho lock of tho new saf ,. i ..... .. . , . . kn, bib Awan .wtttinalf A,1 irt wirr to bo opened on these numbers. 1 ui n a v.m coin in onu press ii uowu wu, Buji-oHow to Wash Chamois doves. this war with a cruelty, a ruthless- - Albert B. Wegener In Popular Mechan- stands for the first letter In the alphaIn washing chamois gloves use milk-war- bet. 12 for the 12tb, or 1; 0 for the Oth ness, an employment of every Imagln- - tc9 magazine. Be sure to write on the well. When and so on, the whole spelllug the nsno water and rinse able device, unknown In any previous outftde of the cardbonrd, "Coin In "My dog knows as m''clt as I da" they begin to dry blow Into each finger, ot my dear wife. war." Pastor D. Baumgarten, In nere" or "Money Inside the card," so a lx "You can't sell him without stretchlnz It Into shape in this way. Deutsche Itcden In Schwcrer Zett, luut the receiver can reudlly nnd the Tho next thirty days wero Mr. and t Hub soft beforo putting on the bands. ter recommendation than that." Speeches in uuucuit Days." Mrs. Simpson's second honeymoon. "German between the sides. 0. ' In-te new-madI fr.ult-eatlng d, I . x f si i 104-10- h,, . ""!"" n I F'hco Fom. THE CITIZEN MEASURES TO PREVENT MENINj TOWN STUDENTS REPORT AT KNAPP HALL CITIS All persons not living In Collog' trjtnttnnAfl IfAm Vlffi Anal dormitories must have spray treatspinal chord. February 21, 1918. LOCAL PAGE NEWS OP BKREA AND VICINITY, OATHERED VARIETY OP SOURCES PROM A ment of noe and throat twico cacti day for a period of two weeks or until tho quarantine is lifted before er they will ho readmitted to Berea O Ihce. Student wishing lo will bo given treatment at Knap? Number 37 that was due here at Halt beginning at 5:00 Wednesday 12:37 o'clock has changed time and evening. The hours for treatment is now due here at 1:01 o'clock. are 8 o'clock in the morning an:! 5 Mrs. J. Oliver's home on Boono o'clock in the evening. The monitor Mreet caught lire Monday morning. who will do this work will treat all Berea, Ky. The damage was not very large. Bank & Truit Blag. who are present and then leave. He Ilea Scrivnor, who has been ill. is will not wait beyond 8:30 and 5:30. now able to be up again. Her many Students wishing treatment mut friend are glad to hear she is im- report promptly. Each student will proving. Scientific horse shoeing, fine iron bo checked In attendance and must work and repairs of all descriptions show a clean record before being NOTICE nt the Cotlcgc Blacksmith Shop, readmitted. The work could not b Tho service of the College Bull Main Street, north of The Citizen ifinur no luoiuui-r- ra(ory Tac ad. will be discontinued to outside par- iiiin available, Office. Children and young folks nr.i Simon Muncy. lies till April IS. C. F. Rumold, ad-3- J. chiefly affected by this disease and We SELL hats and sell them right. Berea College. they aro probably more susccp-- j show that tho country today is prosperous. ad. Mrs. Laura Jones. have increased. Statisticians agree, ttble. The "germ" probably enters! WANT A LITTLE FARM NEAR STATISTICS PRESIDENT AND MRS. FROST SOON Mr. and Mm. Albert Scruggs a period of depression Is possible after the Euthe body through tho nose or, BEREA? TO RETURN to Richmond Wednesday. ropean war. Wise people are preparing by adding to mouth nnd it has been found In tin containing from 30 to I have John Gay has purchased Mrs. Lou 50 acres; live, improved with nico Dear Friends in Berea: their bank balances. Arc you? If you haven't a bank account naal cavity of persons having ttio some We have greatly enjoyed reading Hansen's homo on Chestnut street. cottago open one today. If you havo a bank balance, make up your miaa houses. Prices from $30 to each day one of the letters from disease. It is believed that it leaves House for rent and somo loU for to add to it. Sco us about your banking. the body mainly with the discharges Easy terms to the Ad, !I00 per acre. citizens and fellow-worke- rs that from the throat and mouth, probab-- j ule. Dr. S. It. Baker. right man. were put into our hands as we camo ly Mrs. John Mullins and little son, alo in the fine spray that i J. W. HERNDON. away. They were so numerous that Harry, have returned from a visit Ad.-3produced in coughing or sneezing, Borea, Ky. they-hav- e 7. lasted until now when we or at Paris. een talking or laughing. are planning to return for a few The Ilcv. ami Mm. H. B. English Healthy "Carriers" WOOD WANTED lays. We havo been away so much, and Miss Etta English left Tuesday It is known now that the menin-gi- ti College Treasurer is now The AUCTION SALE! and so absorbed and confined by our limits, almost within a stono's for a several days' slay in Louisgerm may he found In the noc ready to make wood contracts for Having sold my farm I will sell throw. Onc-formilo of lho Gradduties when in Berea, that wo fear- of apparently healthy individuals ville. summer delivery. ed our neighbors did not know how 'Mrs. David Jackson is ill. "carriers," who have probab- at public auction, al my placo 5 ed School and tho district In sight The wood should be cut not Inter much we really thought of them. called miles north of Beroa on tho Dixie of Beren College, which Is a ten Misses Una and Nannio Gabbard ly come in contact with other May IsL and delivored between Highway, Hi mile south of Kings- minutes walk away. These letters show that youdorealy spending several days than have been or with actual cases of the rarrior July 1st and October 1st-ton, the old Cam Lewis place, on know our heart and understand the This farm has two nico collages with relatives near Wallacelon. In this way the Infection The price for sound hard wood. good-wi- ll which we have expressed dioa SATURDAY, MARCH 9. 1918 on it, ono n now four room hotifpT Dr. and Mrs. B. II. Roberts left at 'pread from person to person, ,h well split and ricked, is $3.00 per so poorly. At 10 O'clock a. m. Sliarp with metal roof, and ono n nico flvS-Jthe first of the week for Florida until it reaches someone that I cord. We have gained in health and susceptible or All of the following described room cottago. Farm also has a good, wbero they will enjoy a rest of whoe resistance 1" property: Persons wishing a contract sIumiM feel confident that the Lord has imbig barn and necessary outbuildings, several days. apply at the Treasurer's ofllce at portant work for us yet. Yesterday lowered by previous sicklies or Horsos &. Mules 8 is all under a good fenco and has a The boys are going to pull oil improper living or diet and then ail l Good Work Mules. 1 lo 5 yrs. old, good well. we attended 'church for the first somo new stunts at tho .Boy Scouts once. An Ideal poultry farm; that person develops the disease. time since lat June, and it did not The majority of Gentle Family Driving Horse, 8 splendld'vicw of tho town and surentertainment, March 10. Bo there. "carriers" NOTICEI prevent our having a good night's yrs. old, rounding country. Miss Frances Bonerof Chili, N.Y., never develop the disease th'em- Notice is hereby given that all per- sleep I I I old," formerly a neighbor of Dr. and Mrs. Ono business lot on corner of nves. but they must be considered I Saddle Horse. yrs. esholding claims acainst tho our windows dangerous to others as long as tho Florida is balmy Sorrel Horse Colt, 3 yrs. old. Chestnut anil Boono street, adjoining Iloborls is visiting them this week. sons tho Grade! School property, nnd in J. J. Jewett, of Wyoming, an old tate of tho lato S. G. Hanson and of open night and day. But we shall grin lives in their nose or throat I Bay Mare Colt, 2 yrs. old. fllo samo be glad to sec Kentucky ngain! Cattle 38 time friend of Dean Matheny, paid Mrs. Kate J. Hanson, must tho center of tho business district, not possible by ordi It is probably proven with With love to each and all. the latter a visit tho last of the properly verified and nary method'' of examinations of 21 Yearling Steers of good quality, the "best business lot to bo hail in, my Attorney, Stephen D. Parrish I Full Blood While, Face Cows, In Borea, at any price" Faithfully yours, week. large numbers of persons to find all Richmond, Ky., or Win. G. and Eleanor Frost. these carriers, so that it must b" Mrs. A. M. Clark fell victim to at his ofllce in calf by Registered Hereford Bull, Two lots on Railroad street within day 5 Full Blood Cows, in calf by Polla stono's throw of tho new $35,00.) measles Tuesday morning but ii with mo on or prior to tho 25th remembered that anyone coming of February, 1918. BEREA COLLEGE HONOR ROLL :.. doing nicely. L. A N. depot Just completed; lots ed Angus Bull, nme Imiia v.irM- - nt I lift ..lnMl ...111. n n." III VUlllfll i Willi tt ur W. N. Hanson H or 10 High Grado Red Heifers, all all havo concrete sldo walk running Additions and Chances Fine thorobrcd Jcrsoy cow for disease, or even with carriers, mayExecutor of S. 0 Hanson and Ad McGuire, Lee. U. S. Naval Radio with calf. sale. Came from Lincoln Institute. llm cnliro length of them, aro suitbecome a carrier, and thn spread Hog's School, H. lT.. Cambridge," Mass. Three years old. Forrester Raine, minislrator of Mrs. Kato J. Hanson able for business or dwelling. I the disease. Ad. 3 Reid, Ad-3- 5. Harry B., 33 Aero Squad., A. There aro laken Hcrca. Ky. sold at a bargain alo mild cases of II) Good Shoats. weighing about 150 al Will bo If interested call ifon or pounds. E. F. via N. Y. City P. M. Harold Golden was visiting with once. meningitis that never feel sick Sheep his mother on Center street for a SALE FOR BEREA GRADED SCHOOL Trosper, Raleigh, H. Co. 0th Inf. enough to consult a physician. write D. 11. Smith, Berea. Ky. ad.-3- 5 I I G(hxI 3 year old Ewes, part of this week. Mil. Br- - Chattanooga, Tenn. TAX These are called unrecognized cases Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Muncy, Mrs Buck. I, or some one, for mo, will on Benfleld. Brackncl, H. Q. Co.. 0th and are really more danserous than t Goid I No. Machinery l.unsford, and Mr. and Mrs. John Monday, April 1, 1918, being county 'Inf., Chattan'ooca. Tenn. FYlr llm Iriinwn rndia nr nrrtfT FARM FOR SALE I Muncy motored to Lexington Wed- court day, between the hours of HO D.zney waiter uarx, lo. i, jsi .leg. three in. Old Hickory Wagon, of n nl C.i. l akes. I ,2- - cm 55 acres of limoslono land, well fencnesday. 2 p.m. in front of the '.j,,oinir it is very important to watch I Fodder or Manure Wagon, a.m. and ed, watered by springs and ponds.. Mrs. Nathan Welch, who has been court houso in Richmond, Ky sell klncnid, Bradley. Co. h 330th Inf., Cultivator.. ,.Iirofny for a ....spinous symp- - I Six room house, barn, cribs, and outvery ill at her homo on Chestnut the following property to satisfy tho Camp raylor. Ky. Harrow, j fnH of ,h(, ,ioae nn(l whon in nny I buildings. Ideal location two miles street, is slowly improving. Drag Harrow, tax duo tho Berea Graded School of Ritler, Corp. Henry A.. Co .C. pa ( f),( n , fnmI pll.aIcian west of Berea. Easy terms If sold at 3 Sig. Bn.. Camp ay or Ky Ciiltivators, Mrs. Sallie Hanson Wyatt of Win Berea, Ky., for 1917: . (n hcaUJl on)cor I Rofler, once. cbester came hero Friday from L. A. Watkins, Collector. lenz.e Leonanl I20tl. Co 1st Rep. an(, Uml T I Shovel Plow, W. II. JAMES. ...., .. ., Middlelown, O., to visit her daughter, F. L. Droughon, 1 lot Bat. T. S. M. A. E. F.. N. , City ,. . 5 IH'IIIIHH' till UllUWllll' ill I Kentucky Wheat Drill, t. P. M. Berea, Ky. Julia Pearl Hanson. 1 lot 2.03 Durham & Alcorn, mainly responsible for spreading the Mr. and Mrs. Bert Harrison's Mary French, 1 lot Oiborno Mowing Machine, 1.09 danger of diseae because the youngest daughter is ill but is im Fertin & Knuckles. 1 lot..;... 1.09 THE POPES MOVE TO Hay Rake, spread from those sick in bed is Frequent reports conic from HolO HPT DVtfTT T T 2 Turning Plows, proving. Mrs. Lena Holcombe, 1 lot.... 3.7 j more limited. aniland of the death of stall-fe- d W e regret to give up Mr. and Mm. I Buggy. Ernest Welch, the oldesc son of W. S. Johnson. 1 lot 750 Symptoms of Meningitis mals attributed to spoiled nr oltur-wi- se W. T Pope who have Just taken j Set Buggy Harness, Welch, is quite Calbern B. Jones, 1 lot Mr. and Mrs. Nathan 3.43 miml((r of ( fmn U(0 nmo unwh'ilson.e food, In many ill. 3.75 their leave for their nw homa near, a R. M. Moore, 1 lot n mMin fln (IUnas, 2 Sets Wagon Harness. cases tho animals had been given I Dodge Automobile, good as now. She byyille. where they have gone 10th, for tho D. A. Preston. 1 lot Savo the date, March , 3.i5 t syn )loms (I()VolnPi is no, acorns, chestnuts, and beechnut, Boy ScouU entertainment. You will J. B. Pitts. 1 lot Corn, Hay, Etc. 8.30 to do their hit on the farm nmftl. During an epidemic, tho shelled and unshcllcd. It is said Mr.vand Mrs. Pope were held in s,nip(oms ,,p4PPibN, ,,p1ow s.ould About 300 Shocks of Fodder. miss something good if you don't T. V. Rltter, 1 lot 3.44 horses havo died within 21 hours take it in. 5.11 high esteem by al who knew them n,wn Mrs. E. M. Sponcc.t lot w,Ul SU9pi. Some Hay and Oats, ,,0 ookt.(1 after having eaten raw and unshell-e- d No hmg which was Tor H'o, Mrs. Tom Wyatt is ill this wcek W. J. Simpson. 1 lot &S3 here. ,.i(m mil, w,en any of them develop, About 1500 Bushels Corn, beechnuts in considerable quantiW. A. Johnson, who lias been tak J. L. Williams, I lot 0.88 betternient of the town. communitv consult a p,lygiclan lmmediatelr, Good Heating Stovo, ties. ing some work in Agriculture this J. W. Baker, 1 lot.... 3.42 or country failed to receive their ,hmvi,0 mwh valuable timet may Olher things too numeronvto menn.ey are people whom ,(, f)4, A tion. winter in the University of Ten Lou Bohon. 1 lot 3.00 support, millor nllmonls. tlinl any community may be proud to Terms of Sale: All sums under nessee, has returned to Berea to Hardin Golden, 1 lot 7.57 F. L. MOORE'S volonl u,a)v wjfIl headache resume bis work in tho College Gar W. L. Harrison. 1 lot,. 8.95 l"vo In thoir in dsl. .sbould be carefully witched, re- - 20, rash; on sums of ?20 nnd over, ., We. their neighbors, extend them, ...,..,.-- , den Department. 3.75 is (n mil.f r.nn. a bankable note with good security Nannie Yates. 1 lot ad 39 our very best wishes, ami trust that. of ( (ispaS(, Tho "comin and gwino" at Boroa oft(11 (5Cap(, t. will he taken, payablo In six month?, they may succeed well in doin; tention. and bearing six per cent interest days of is scarce during theso FOR their hit in their new home nnd quarantine, so wo give only a few In the ordinary form of menin-gili- x. from date. OUT community. C. B. MOORE.'Owner though there may bo TRUCK ROADS ARE MAPPED instances Firat Class Repairing Iho onset is usually sudden, FROM MANUFACTURING CENR. F. D. No, 1 Ky. more. usually with headache and violent Berea, AND ad.-3- 5 TERS TO ATLANTIC IS IT CHESTER ERWINI vomiting, often with a sevcro chill. Fine $350.00 Bush and Gerts piano SEABOARD The following quotation from tho Spasms" are frequent in infants Fine Line of Jewelry for sale at a bargain; also a solid ,.. , . .I . A pathfinder car started on a new I f rupru- -, ..pmomlii.p lluil. so.ism mrr.ur FARM AND TOWN LOTS FOR SALE oak buffet and a cabinet case sow- Vap of mapping out Army .truck i.mi.U liu iiiiiii'iiu mi fighting spirit of Chester Ille ...,. .,... MAIN ST. BEREA, KY. fnpins nf ing machine. Enquire of Ilev. C. S roads for I ho Government, ono of- sents the PRIVATELY ,.., ., Erwin. who was so long connected nnss ... v..,ltll. Knight, Jackson St., Berea, Ky. nd, ficial routo having already been Ono farm of forty acres locatod at with this office, that we are inclm- -' ,.,,,,,,., Loss (f nppclilo for a M. WIDES Mrs. F. B. Minor of Parksvillo was laid out from Detroit to tho Atlantlo to belivo that ho is responsible lium,,cr of (javs willl vnuge hcad-f- Conway, on tho L. & N. R. R. seven el called hero last Wednesday night eoast miles from Berea. This farm is all the General Dealer, kIvos notice that to from Buffalo ps it. His friends here who , , lho ,)nck may to her daughter, Miss Bessio Minor, the seaboard. The car will go as member how game ho was at well watered, with creek Tun- Scrap Iron and other Junk have advanced in prico. Wanted, 30 Can basket,,, earl. 8yn)pUjms, Thcro ,nny ,)l3 level, through ning who is improving from Spinal Men far west as tho Mississippi Rivor ball, fool ball. etc.. feel sure that ho , it; is under fenco and or More I , I1P(,k nillsP.i,w Pnrlv. 8, in ingitis. Scrap Iron, Heavy Copper, Light in good stato of cultivation. About ami will map routes from citlos in could fight as well as- - ho suggests After lho onset, there Is usually ten acres in grass, ten acres sowod Copper, Heavy Red Brati, Heavy YelTho Boy Scouts entertainment iu Wisconsin, Illinois, Michigan, In if only ho could be given one chance fever with temperatures of 100 to wheat and ryo, has small houso low Brass, Light Brati Zinc, Lead, tho Boys' Gymnasium, March 10th, diana and Ohio. at tho Kaiser. Beef Hides, Horse Hides, Posy aad degrees or more. and barn. This farm adjoins tho Colt 1 Sheep Skins, Rage, deaf-mu- te at 7:30 o'clock, should bo attended When this trip is completed, tho Linotype operator "A It is important to remember that L. &. N. II. R. on tho wost nnd tho No. 1Hides, No. No. 3 Rubber, Ante. xvli) hnvo four main on Rubber, by every citizen of Berea. Head Gmernment tho Miami (Fla.) Herald is peev- the symptoms may vary widoly ii county highway on tho cost, houso Cailngs. Mr. Miller's artlclo on Boy S'couls highways forming connecting links ed h(:auso tho exemption hoard 1ms different cases but headache, pain within three hundred yards of lho Also buy eggs and poultry at highof America in this issue and learn between tho great manufacturing refused to accept liifu as a soldier. est market prices. Call me before or stiffness in tho neck muscles Just what a noble organization you centers and the Atlantic, seaboard. He writes: 'If the unspeakablo Turk vomiting, chills, nnd in Infants, con- depot; this settlement has school, selling. Am paying more than aay ychurohcs, and tho best of nolghbors. one else ia town. If you can't deurn supporting when you go to their Motor trucks, on thoir way to can fight like ho does, I can't see vulsions, must bo looked upon with Ono small furm of twelvo acres at liver, I will call for your roods. France, will "follow theso route entertainment. why an unspeaklng American can't suspicion during nu epidemic of RICHM6N. KY. Berea, Just oulsldo of tho Cily PbMt 3U ST fight like the devil. I could."' Little Jano Crawford camo Sat this disease. morning In tho proud parent-- , unlay If any such symptoms occur, the Women of a llucnl knowledgo of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Moore. Mrs. French Slating that reports show men in first and only thing to do is to call are boing trained in several Mooro was formerly Miss Paulino cities for work in Franco as tele Army camps havo made remark a doctor immediately and rely upon Moore who taught In tho Collogo phono operators with tho Expedi- ahh) imprnvmcnl in physique nnd his boiler judgment, lei him ho llm Training School. tionary Forces. Thoy will not bo bearing, Secretary of War Baker has judgo nnd follow his instructions. Chicken Day to Farmers Mrs. Martini and Itcbecca Muncy Rent over in ono unit, but ordered advised that troop parades bo hold As tho diseaso progresses, other under Cincinnati top quotations on all fowl brought Will pay and Mr. and Mrs. John Muncy mo- to go in groups' from timo to time, in cities near Hie camps and can- symptoms follow but if theso early tored to Richmond Saturday to No information can bo given as to tonments. symptoms aro recognized, tho correct shop, diagnosis can bo modo early in tho tho locality in which tho telephone Through volunteers alono many diseaso usually, tho case can bo fl'ho lied Cross Car that was cull- operators will bo stationed. S. colleges havo already given to lho properly isolatod and tlioso that ed hero to help light tho spinal meningitis left Saturday for Nashville, have been in contact with tho case of thoir Aro you proud of your county irmy nnd Navy 50 Kentucky Berea AD.0 can bo restricted or quarantined if Term. with no roads? (Contlnutd en rag Eight) Dean & Stafford REAL ESTATE Best Blacksmithing of the brain and These "germs" arc so small that they rnnnot be seen except by tin aid of a microscope. This disease occurs, so far as we now know, only IM- in limnin tiAfnrr nml nrnvMI , lhp fn wnlr ! , ...,. ,i. ... .... HUlllll?, 11 lug mil, null mu Hl'l'tuuv of warm weather. There arc other furms' of "meningitis" caused by other "germs" or bacteria, but true cerebrospinal fevor is always a Tills specific Infectious disease. liseae occurs in, the same months f the year in which pneumonia,, measles, scarlol fever, diphtheria and a few other diseases in which the principal mode, of infection is I In Im llirnneli (lie rnMll- - Natidnal Thrift Is the Slogan of the Day. ..!, rer" vice-preside- mo-Inr- ed Berea National Bank lh 1 tho 1 i - 1 I i 1 ll-di- ,,, J i.i.iiu. ni'L-O- 1 1 ot 1 ,, ,, Jewelry Store T 1 ,.. ,,..,. -- ,. or , ancL-anoth- FOWLS WANTED! On Monday Only of Each Week GOTT J. $100 in Education Equals $1,000 in Land. February 21, ItllB. THE CITIZEN fna Flv. SMART PEOPLE BUY DRY GOODS FROM to a Second Class Scout. After two months as a Second Class Scout, A family Newspaper for all that li right, ho has tho privilege of taking the requirements for a First Class true, and Interfiling The Citizen PUBLISHING Enlist in the Great Industrial Army 1 Pul.llihnl every ThurxUr at llerea. Ky. BEREA (Intorpotaied) WM. O. FROST. f C. H. WERTENIH.RGtR, M.n.atnt Editor I'AlTAIII.K cu. tM Year Sir Mnntha Thro Mnntha Send .... ... Sulncription Rate IN ADVANCK lt.no (VI , u or Kiprraa Money Order. Draft. letter, or one and two rent atampa. The date after your name on laliel ahowa to hat date your aulxerlntlon la paid. If It la not rhanred within threv weeka after renewal notify ua. Illaalnic numla-r- a will lie Rtadly auppllffl If wa are notified. Mtrral terma given to any who obtain new aulx ecrlptlona forua. Any one tending ua four yearly utwcrliillona can reeelre The Cltlien free for one year. Adtertlalnf ratet on application. I'nat-ofl- money lr I(elitered BOY SCOUTS Or AMERICA By J. Miller, Scoutmaster Snouting In tli process of making mil uit!ii out of real hoys, by a real program tlint works. It is a linppy, wholesome, worthwhile, ouldoo- ffhool. Scouting is a huge, splendidly organized gamo, wh all (ho lino zest .of competition, the llnor zest of tho keen lesling of mind and muscle, tho essential good sportsmanship of n football game Only it is n constructive game, a progressive game. It gets some where. Scouting is more than it game. It teaches signaling and llrsl aid mid Urn lighting and outdoor cooking mid n host of other useful and im portant things. It teaches also self- ivlinnco and helpfulness, couraga and courtesy, loyally and reverence, patriotism ami honor, and ollip qualities of good repute. Scouting is not organized for war service, nor yet exclusively for peace service. It is organized foY service. all service, nny service, high service, ,liig or dlttle, Just service. . The end ami aim of Scouting is to make men wool citizenship, physically strong, mentally awake, morally straight. How to Become a Boy Scout A boy lo become a Scout must bo twelve years rtf age, and rcceivo his parents consent. When this Is grant ed, he recieves an application blaiiK which tho parents till, out. Tho hoy then brings the application blank to tho Scoutmaster who flies it until it Is voted upon by the boys. In the meantime, a Scout takes in tho re eruil, as he is now called, and re I'nivcs his flrst lesson In Scoutini In preparation for the lenderfoet Test. The requirements for this tcsl nre ns follows: The history and composition of the American Flag, a working knowledge of about twelve serviceable knots, the Scout Laws, the Scout Oath, composition of lh bailee, worn by n First cias Scout. the respecLs duo tho American Flag. When this test has been parsed to the satisfaction of the Seoul train lug the Recruit, ho then makes his appearance before tho Scoutmaster for the final examination. Ho then pays twenty-flv- e cents for his year ly registration fee to National Head- piarters at JW.. York City. Then ho takes the Scout Oath: "Upon my honor I will do my best at all limes: Firs,t: To servo my fiod, my country anil V) obey Hie Scout Laws. Second: To help other people at 'all times. Third: To keep myself physically strong, mentally nwake, anil morally idraiKhL" When tho examination has bee-- i passed, and Hie oath properly administered to the satisfaction of all present, ho then receives Ihe scout alule and becomes a member of tho 'organization. Ho is then known as a Tenderfoot Seoul ami entitled to wear tho badge and uniform and eomn lo nil meetings whether in Herea or elsewhere. boys in a There arc thirly-tw- o regular troop composed of four patrols. Kach patrol consists of a i'alrol Leader, Assistant Patrol Leader, anil six oilier boys. Tho troop is under the jurisdiction of a Scoutmaster. Tho Scoulmasler is responsible to a Troop Committee, tho Troop Commilteo to n Loctd Council, when one is established In a community, mid the Local Council to n National Council Willi headquarters at 200 Fifth Avenuo, Now York City. When tho Tenderfoot lias been a Scoit for n month, tin may tak6 tho for n Second Class examination Scout. Tho requirements aro as follows: Service one month as a Scout; elementary llrsl aid; signaling; traoklng and observation; pao-in- g; tho proper uso of the knlfo and the hatchet; build a lire in tho open with ono malch; olementary cooking; Iiavo at least $1 deposited in a puhlio bank; nml learn sixteen points of tho compass. has been If this examination passed to tho satisfaction of tho Scoutmaster, tho Scout Is promoted -- Scout These requirements are as' aDQ follows: He able lo swim 100 yards;1 have at least $2 deposited: advanced ., 1 h,s ony a commercial bu . a patriotic propose signaling; write a story of a It mile t,on as we"' .0ur Government is making strong demands hike tho Seoul has taken; advanced In order to make llrsl aid; advanced cooking; know 0,1 lls to furnish spokes for army use. how to make a road sketch; make a Rood our contracts with the Government we call upon our useful article with tho axe; learn farmer friends to do their belt to get their spoke timber to lo Judge distance, height, wolght our factory. ami numbers; tell about six animals y of The Standard Wheel Company is in need or six birds of a community by per- cort spokes, either oak or htck-sam- e; sonal observation and describing one a.nd "e;half """.'on x 2 ft 29 in. long, and five million of know of at least four conslcl- - or' s,zt; 2? lalioim in the sky; practice th other kinds of spokes. Don't be afraid you will glut the Scout Oath and Law and enlist nn- - market. We want these snokes within the next six months. oilier boy by training him lo Our factory will remain at Herea so long as you furnish us a Scout. the timber to operate on. The lino efficiency of thn Hoy Scouts of America must bo mainWe Offer tained. Thety aro serving country Following on Spokes though lliey art! not old enough lo Delivered at Berea or on L. & N. R. R. betweea Jellico and Berea go lo the front. Money Is ncftlcd lo build (his enicieul unit of tho national servic" up to full strength. SPLIT HICKORY SPOKES There an '.H.",2fl2 Hoy Scouls in Either Red or White Timber present, hut there are America MhMM0 riKM also H.000,000 boys of Scout Ape who '$7.00 x2yk 15 inches long, Hickory only, " ar not under the protection and ' 35.00 2x3 16 Indies long guidance of this organized brother40.00 2x3K-- 16 Inches long hood. Juvenile crime Is on thn - 50.00 in ibis country nntl in 3K3 -- 16 inches long 2 x2)J 28 inches long, second growth because there aro people who all White Timber 25.00 are too Indifferent to look nfler the 2x2JJ-- 29 inches long Ked or White 60.00 Timber of the boy, from the viewwelfare 60 point of the Hoy. lx2 28 inches long,centper cent CD AH, 40 per 12.00 We have an organisation of Hoy ASSISI f UUr UOVernllieilC A r AND NOTIONS n" OWEN McKEE THERE IS A REASON RICHMOND KENTUCKY to-da- WEATHER IMPROVES TRADE CONDITIONS WHICH HAS SETTLED DOWN TO A ,8AS0NA0LE STATE, THOUGH THERE 13 ROOM TO IMPROVE. But It Stilt Confronts Regulation at Washington, Imposed In Many Ways In Order to Conserve Resource and bo-co- the Prices roads. ,rStnce the first of tho year there has been a steady clearing of tho con gestioa of all kinds of freight at tha seaports," a statement said. "The prime effort has been centored upon reducing the quantity of freight standing In cars to relieve tho blockades In yards, terminals, on wharves and at landing stations which tend to hamper efficient handling, and for tho further purpose of preventing usn of freight cars for storage and to roleaso tho rolling stock for continuous use. much-neede- 11 1 Transportation Facilities. Wmtfrn NewipaDT Union fttrvlct New York. Clear and milder weather ha greatly improved trade condl-tlonalthough thero Is still much room for Improvement. Tho most Important result has liecn tho loxsenlng of freight tangles In many districts, permitting a much moro satisfactory movement of fuel' and raw nntl finishNumerous Important ined products. dustries, notably Iron and steel, are still operating at fiom 50 to 75 per cent of capacity, which prevents lull execution of Government orders and eliminates civilian business almost entlroly. Government buyers have again active la dry goods markets nn which they have fixed prices much below current levels. As a result, numerous producers aro reported as sold out, nml have withdrawn offerings. In the meantime, demand from distributors continues active, und the slight heed paid to prices Indicates confidence In good retail tnfde, despite higher costs. Labor troubles have become more serious In some branches, notably In shipbuilding, and hence more drastic measures of Federal control are anticipated, possibly Including diversion of workers from trades Into districts where maximum production Is an imperative - NORWAY FINDS GERMAN BOMB More Explosives, Intended to Blow Up Ship, Are Seized at Klrkene Few Days Ago. Nr F.u-ro- Scouls here at IWea, consisting of forty hoys. Who can foretell Ihclr future under proper guidance? If men like President Wilson, Roosevelt and Taft can give their hearty support to this ureal movejnent, we ask the people of Herea and vicinity lo help us nnd come to the Hoy Scout Knlcrtain-nten- l. March 10th, at 7:30 p. in, nt the Hoys' Gymnasium. Come and be ncqiiainl"d with this great movement. President Wilson says, "Anything that is done or given to In crease tho war efficiency of tho Hoy Scouls of America will bo a real contribution lo the nation and will help win (ho war." AN APPRECIATION Of Second Growth White & Chestnut Oak 2&X2K 29 inches long 16 60.00 inches long 35.00 40.00 2x3VJ 16 inches long 50.TX 3Jx3 -- 16 inches long All spokes must be free from defects, such as worm holes, wind shakes, knots, bird pecks and crooks, and split full of size specified. one-eight- h 2)x3 Chrlstlanla, Feb. 18. Fresh discoveries of bombs of German origin have been found In Norway. A largo store of bombs Intended to blow up ships carrying Iron ore to England was uncovered n few days ago nt Klrkcncs, a seaport Nine large bombs nnd a number of smaller engines of destruction were located nt FIndelln In a room formerly occupied by alleged accomplices of Baron Iteutenfels, whose operations were extensively ulred several months ago. Burial Ground for American. With the American Army In France, Feb. 18. Pursuant to n previously announced plan, France has turned over n plot of ground to the United States to be used ns n burial ground for Amerlcnn (lend. It will be kept up bjf the French as a national cemetery. WOMAN RAIL HANDS I Standard Wheel Co. INCORPORATED Berea TO Kentucky OF STRIKE mand PARENTS AND RELATIVES BEREA STUDENTS (Continued from Page One) the Life Of Mrs. II . S. Gay After a short illness of pneumonia Mrs. Sherman Gay died at her limne near Hyatlsville on February 3. 1018. interment taking place at the Freedom Cemetery Saturday, the Kill. .Mrs. Oay was the mother of len children, seven of whom survive her, namely; Mrs. firace Caldwell. of Taylor Springs. N. M.; Mrs. Pearl' wire of Claud Williams; II. (lay; II. S. Oay, Jr., who fa in Ihe Aviation Corps or tho U. S.I x0v. Dear Parents, pleaso accept Army, now at Memphis, Tenn.; these statements ns facts, for it isj Mfiviniey uny, a successiui lanit- - t tho interest or licrea that too ' er: Sallie Oay ami fllayds Gay. truth M0 given out. Ill tit girl of len years. All thei '0 arc sparing neillier labor nor ' children had the privilege of being expense to safeguard tho health present at the funeral. interests of your boys and girl; muu-iu- i wno are in taci our noys anu l inn mi. years past with a compli- yollr welfare is our welfare for cation of ill, so sho fell ah casyvrea College is for your boys and victim lo pneumonia, nfler seven Kjrs a,,i without them wo would days illness. Mrs. Gay was married not be. years January Kith, twenty-nin- e when you get thcword that the ago, to II. S. Gay, son or James M.' quarantine lias been lifted you will Gay. of Garrard County. She was fliat the school is clear of tho e nverled early in lire nnd united tjjieao and everything is perfectly wilh the Christian Church at bury. Ky- - of which the llev. John Hoping to receive your help and G. Fee. founder of Herea College, t in tills mailer so vital was pastor. Upon removing to Garjlt., us .,u the matter of knowing rartl County she uniled with Hclhel w truth, I am, Christian Church on Hack Creek. Yours sincerely, Mrs. Gay was the daughter of Joel Marshall E. Vaughn. M'iwIiI it A1inrv Ivv. nml al- ler or the llev. G. V Totlk She was PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE AT WORK IN AREAS AROUND lift v years old, December I, 1017. ARMY CAMPS The funeral services were con- The United States Public Health dueled by the Ilov. F. D. PnlnWer, pastor of the M. K. Church Lan Service is carrying on a campaign ad- caster, at Freedom church, In which ulonir sanitary lines in areas eenieteny sho was buried beside the jiicent to 28 military camps. Coin- imii nroflwimt uleto satiitarv OTsanizallons worK her lo tho Glory Land. Many beau- to prevent the spread of discaso tiful thinps were said of Mrs. Gay from tho civilian population to at home and at Ihe funeral. Sho military forces, and lo protect was a failiirui nntl loving moiucr, civilians from communicable diseases whero they have occurred wife and leaclicr. Her husband, a prosperous farm among troops. er near Lancaster, is inns satuy ne- - Tho organizations includo phyreH in her sudden departure and sicians, sanilary engineers, nursoi, Methods is left lo Journey on alone without attendants ami laborers. her wise council and companion undertaken includo inspection of handling food ship. A wire so economical, Ihought- - all establishments fill and devoted, is raroly over supplies. found. Her greatest deslro wtui to Roumanla Threatened, live, that sho might seo her child London. Tho Russian Government grow nnd established in life, ren has sent an ultimatum to tha Roumanwhich hope was almost realized. ian Government demanding tho evacuA good woman linn fallen, her nil- - ation of Dcssarabla by the Roumanian vice ami council can no longer bo and counterrevolutionary troops and spoken or given only in lovintr the right to transport Russian troops memories directing and guiding her thraueh Roumanian and Dessarablan to bereft children nnd loved ones to territory. The ultimatum, according 1C. tho report, was to expire February (hat land of unfatliiiK (lowers, penro Tho ultimatum also demands tho exand blissful memories. Ileyond the tradition of Lieutenant General Dmitri shntlows of tho ijight there is tin Stckcrbatcheff, commander of tho Rushope of tho break of n perfect day sian forces In Roumanla, who recently and may family nnd friends bo safe waa.declared an outlaw by tho Dolsbo-vlk- l as an enemy of the Russian peoly bronchi to tho Union ami un light thereof, is tho wish ple. Roumanla Is ordered to hand clouded over the "murderers of Russlau solof a loved ono. diers and sailors." 1 11 lieve that the quarantine is a good thing to slop tho spread of a dangerous disease. No scnsiblo parent would want us to object lo taking every precaution possiblo to keep students from carrying a discaso to other communities. Wo hopo that within a week our quarantino wi'l bo lifted, as wo have no now cases, nnj t,e sc)iool will go on in its us ,m W(IVi our school is larger, the students aro happier and our health conditions aro better than ever foro except for the meningitis Several employees of tho United States Lighthouse Scrvico have received letters of commendation from Secretary of Commerce Rcd-lle- ld for courageous acts performed under conditions vli;ch viro ntore than ordinarily hazardous on account of the severe weather of Hie present winter season. Skillful seamanship was required, lives and property were preserved, and flames were extinguished. Section Workers Demand Raise In Pay and Will Form Union-De$2 a Day. necessity. Pottsvllle, Pn., Feb. 18. Woman section hands employed by the IxHiIgh Valley rnllroad on the Shenandoah-Los- t Freight Unloaded at Seaports. Creek branch, nre on a strike. Now York. Continuous reduction of freight on hand at North Atlantic sea- They receive ?1.80 for n nine-hoday board terminals was shown in a report and they nre striking for $2. They wlU Issued from the olllco of A. 11. Smith, fee organized by u uulon organizer. Ke'glonal Director, of. Eastern rail- . nun i ir ii i,i rUDLll SALE! b''s--evern- Having rented my farm I will Sell at public auction at my place on Silver Creek, across fromBob Potts' mill, on As-'s.,- ft. Saturday, March 2, 1918 at 10 o'clock a. m. the following described property: 2 Cultivators Combined Mare, 5 yr. old 1 1 Filly Colt, coming 1 yr. old Corn Planter 1 Deering Mowing Machine 1 Stack of Pea Hay 1 Hay Rake 200 Shocks of Fodder Some other small tools Lot of Short Corn 1 Set Blacksmith Tools 1 Wagon Some Household and Kitchen 2 Buggies 1 Disc Harrow Furniture Numerous Other Things 1 2-horse v 2-ho- rse Mrs. J, W. Adams Whites Station Kentucky You Can Go To School This Winter If You Think You can Page Six. TUB CITIZEN February 21, lQg. MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Robert P. Spence, Farm Demonstrator and Special Investigator JWNEY FOR FARMERS A LETTER TO BEREA GIRLS or else the homcfolks have t work flcicnt to pay high Interest on tho hard and sacrifice to gel the money Dear friend: Poultry initial cost of good farm machinery "How do Hcren girls dress?" Yon lo send them, Because Bore has Cull nut your breeding pens. Tho lark of proper storage- and caro aro saying to iyoursclf, "When J money at Interest nil tho hundred Use oly vigorous, healthy stock. during tho winter months is re am in Berea I do not want to look teachers aro paid without taking sponslblo for much of the deprccia Peed iraa food. any money from students. Wo nre overdressed." Door Vocational Schools Silage is splendid for Inylng hen. tlon. This season also is the best 1st To begin" wllh, you will not find proud Hint Berea can givo first-cla- ss Training that add to your moMy-taml- s power, ooennine with Watch far colds. in which to repair machined , time tho Bcrca girls wearing silk dresses education at a very low prlco. A general education. Plan the malings. and put muni in proper mechanical or silk waists or silk stockings, girl's school expenses aro near $100 TOUNS MIK Agriculture, Carpeatry, Brieklayin Printiroi To securo uniformity, thero must condition. Nono of these will bo allowed here. and sho can earn part of that while ng, Commerce and Telegraphy. ho uniformity In parents. Tho farmer has everything to The rulo book says no girl shall studying. Your father may say: FOR TOUHO LADIES Home galeae, Drcwraaklag, Cooking, Early hatched gain and nothing to loso by placing Ilatch early. wear "finery." "Yes, I can pay that every year unNurilng, Stenography aad Typewriting. poultry produce fall and winter his order as early as possible for You will llnd Bcrca girls wearing til you finish n two-yecourse or eggs. new machines and repair part clothing liko that in tho pictures a four-ye- ar course." Then ha will Foundation School is complete, pro- - which will bo needd next season 2nd Door When hatching given below. nk: "How much must you fcpoiid General Education for those aot far advanced, combined with tome If this fact Is true in normal limes, duce infertile, eggs. For Every-Da- y Wear for dollies?" If you toll him 100. you enouiu Keep a row rowis in us importnnco is magntiied many vocational training. No matter what your present advancement, The picluro shows a wool skirt ho may havo to say: "Well, you will we can put you with others like yourself and give chance for for eveiy-dn- y your backyard if you live In town, limes now that shipments frequent wear You can wear have lo stay at home;" but If yon mdst rapid progress. ly rcquiro longer time. and if on the farm 100 or moro. n middy waist wllh Ibis, or If it Is (ell him that n little over a (101 Don't market early hatched pul- The farmer has been advise cold, or the middy waisls are in (In will cover the cost of clothed for lets. limes without number concerning Door English Academy Course It is impcrativo that poultry and Ihe desrirabilily of ovcrhaullne For those who are not expecting to teach and who are not going I egg production bo increased. farm tools and implements during thru College and desire moro general education. It also gives tho slack season. Whether sucl the best general education for thoso who wish a good start In BEKEA BANK 4 TRUST CAMPANY advice is noccsnrv or whether it study and expect to carry it on by themselves Bcrca Hank & Trust Company is is acted upon in normal times I pulling up $300 to buy Rhode Island not a question to lie considered Door Normal School lied eggs this year and distribute! now. The need for ample maehln This gives tho best training for thoso who expect lo icach. to the farmers. The bank will not ery, running smoothly and without Courses are so arranged that young people can teach through the accept any eggs from any flock breakdowns in 1918, is moro Impor- summer and fall and attend school through the winter and spring, where the ilonk hasn't been graded lant to tho farmer than over befon thus earning money to keep right on In their course of study. .and inspected. Neither will tho To this end steps should bo taken Head Dinsmoro's great book, "How lo Teach a District School.' bank take any eggs from a flock of this winter, birds where thero aro any other Door Academy Course roosters on tho same farm. Woj WARNING ISSUED AGAINST want pure bred eggs this year andl This is the straight road to College best training In Mathematics, SCHEME TO SWINDLE must have them. Science, Languages, History and all preparatory subjects. Tho FARMERS All of Eastern Kentucky is going Academy is now Berea's largest department. lo standardize on the Rhodo Island Another scheme for swindling Red. We want lo get in lino andj the farmers of tho United States 6th Door College bo first producers. has been discovered by the Federal This is the crown of the whole Institution, and providoa standard Frank Vose has bad only 0 Reds Farm Loan Hoard. A man advertis courses in all advanced subjects. ttils winter 7 months old and has ing himself as an authorized organ A Temporary Raise In Board is forced by war conditions. To the gotten 5 and (J eggs every day For Best Wear associp. regular prico of board as advertised in tho catalog will be added this ier of national farm-loa- n cold weather the same as warm. lions is sending out advertisin; year, for young ladies, ten cents a week, and for young men, twenty wash, you can wear tho dark waist, years instead of one ho may If Reds make good mothers and mailer emblazoned with lllo nation cents. Tho wliito waist can be used If you able to s q- - "I think I can do that." want to set early. al flag, staling that ho Tliis adds $3.60 to tho year's expenses for girls, and $7.20 for boys wish lo make a change for supper The Ilerea leachers keep asking Sco tho hank early and put in such associations at ?500 each, and but still leaves the cost half that at other schools and "cheaper than or some other occasion. When cool the question, "How can wo make 11 your order for cg'gs. Thero is go- will teach others the trick for slaying at home." weather comes you will need n possible for more fathers and ing lo be a great rush for eggs tills certain sum of money. His adver PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental fee and room rent sweater, nnd on very cold days you mothers to give their hoys nnd girls year. tisements have reached farmers and by the term, board by tho half term. Installments are as follows: may need lo wear your coat over a chance lo gel a good rduoatiun" " business men over a largo part of your swealor. For hot days in tho Wo arc sure ono of tho ways Ih lo BOARD OF DIRECTORS the United States. Ho claims to b WINTER TERM fall anil spring you can wear a cot- - make the dress cost as little as posThe Board of Agricultural Direct so busy organizing national Jarm Expenses for Boyi Ion dress of gingham or olhcr m- sible. ors of Southern Madison County will loan associations that ho needs VOCATIONAL ANI ACADEMY SCHOOLS COI.LCGK not meet Saturday afternoon, Feb-hel- p, We found that most girls were FOUNDATION AND NORMAL aterial, but no vvhilo 'dresses for but will lake time to teach $ 5.00 spending about $30 u year for ruary 2J, on account or tho quar- - Jolliers for a monetary consideration Incidental Fee $ 8.00 f 7.00 school. Shoes and stockings for school clothes Hint is for underwear mid 7J207.20 000 antino in Bcrca against meningitis. All such representations are frau- - Room wear must bo black. 10.20 10J20 10.20 shoes and hats nnd coals, as well as mis lioaru win meet iuarcn dulenl. In order lo borrow under Board, 0 weeks 23.40 24.40 For Best: dresses. Some look well hut other mere are some very important. n10 farm mn ncL , t. npC,,nrv Amount duo Jan. 2, 1018 .... 21.20 For best thero is n wool dress for did not know how lo plan in a way 10.20 10.20 tilings to be taken up at this meet- - ror farmers to organizo Board G weeks, duo Feb. 13... 10.20 33jOO. 3M0 3lfl0 cool weather, the picluro shows a lo make their monoy reaoh far, so Total for Term It fs hoped that each member uVe national Expenses for Girls dress. You can have a we are helping Ihe girls plan their and as many other farmers as can (heir local communities. It is lAAi $ O.iXi suit instead if you prefer. In that1 clothing so that it will bo healthful come win no present. A few War,n violation of a ruling of tho Fed Incidental Fee i COO case you will not need an extra and beautiful nnd inexpensive. 1st Measnros must DO taken Up. All l Vnrm T.n.in nnnnl nnliHatin.1 Room ' coat but can'wear your sweater uu- -, 0.C0 O.d 9. Tho little over $2J a year covers farmers should bo at this March more than a year ago, for a na- Hoard, C weeks 23.80 dcr your suit coat on cold Sundays. tho cost of underwear, shoos, hat, 22.80 meeting. Don't forget it Amount duo Jan. 2, 1018.... 20.00 Saturday tional farm-loa- n association or In hot weather and for socials in wraps. If a girl has to buy every9.60 9.00 9.00 afternoon, March 91 Board C weeks, duo Feb. 13... joint-sloc- k land bank to spend any llio evening you will need ono wliito thing now Ihe cost will bo moro for '30.20 32.10 '33.40 Total for Term money for promotion purposes. Asdress made of cotton material thnt the llr.xt year, hut if sho makes all FARMERS, ATTENTIONI sociations thus organized will not This does not include the dollar deposit nor money for books or will wash well. Indian linen or her own clothes she can dross lu You want lo help win the war be chaffered hv tho Federal Farm laundry. voile is pretty for this. It should Berea for four years on a littlo over by producing IhQ right kind of food. ioan noard. Farmer's are warned Special Expenses in Addition to Incidental Fee Business bo of such weight that ordinary a 3100. rais anu meats aro necueu at nomo. n.nrpfore ncnliwi nnvnnn nMn. a A few guls may wish to put mor and at the front. W'inttr Sfriug plain underwear can ho worn unFall fc for his proffered swviccs in derneath. With the while dress you monoy into dress and look goo. I Grow Soy Beans for Food Stenography and Typewriting 114.00 112.00 110.00 connection with applying for a loan ran wear while or black shoes or while in school even if thoy cannot They contain 20 of fat and 35 Bookkeeping (brief course) 14.00 12.00 10.00 umJen ni Federal farm loan net of protein (muscle and blood build-- 1 Bookkeeping (regular course) 7.00 0.00 5.00 ing material). This is ten times as Business course for students much tut and twice as much pro- in other departments": in Dealer3 In fecd9tufTs ar0 again ' as in navy beans. 9j00 Stenography 10Jn ISO ! ,ng warned that after February 15 Tho food value of soy beans is tlloy wiU nol bo pcrmilted to trado Typewtiting, with one hour's more nearly that 9f meat and eggs without a licenso from tho Food use of instrument 7.00 6.00 CM ! than Com. Law, Com, Oeog, Com. other crop grown. Administration. Every manufactur- They arc food for man and feed CPi imp0rtcr, dealer, handler, or 1.80 Arith, or Penmanship, each .. 2.10 1.60 for beast. j storer of about ilfty of tho principal In no case will special Business Fees exceed J15.00 per term. SO BEANS aro easy to grow,1 j,lgmieilts usod Jn making commer-harve- st d young man or young woman can get an education Any and thresh, and will yield fowi, is inclu,in(1 In t,e at Berea if there is the will to do so. twice, as much per aero as navy requirements. This covers baled If it. is impossible for any young man or young woman to bo beans. hay, shell and car corn. in school tho full year, by all means they should enter for a course dur SOY BEANS will help to produco ing tho winter and spring terms. pork rapidly and cheaply, and help Tho public schools will closo about Christmas and tho teachers You know the conditions of the lo improvo tho soil. , roads. What are you doing to and advanced pupils should not bo Idle through tho long winter Write for information on months but should be studying in Bcrca where the best education can Varieties and how to grow bolter tilings? bo gotten for least money. them. CINCINNATI MARKETS. Recipes for cooking soy Applicants must bring or send a testimonial showing that they an Flour, Hay and Grain. beans. above 15 years old, in good health and of good character. This may bi Flour Winter patents $10.80011. For Every-Da- y Wear Feeding soy beans to hogs. winter fancy S10.20. do famllv 19.70. da signed by some former Berea student in good standing or some reliabli There Cannot Be a Food Crisis with extras $8.70, low grade 18.20, bard pat- - teacher or neighbor. The use of tobacco is strictly forbidden. slippers. Hut this white dress und afford lo stay but one year, but wo Plenty of CORN and SOY BEANS, ems ii.sDjii.tfb. For Information or friendly advico writo to the Secretary, "moihy, A Patch of SOY BEANS on Evorr wliito shoe., will not bo allowed for have decided that it is not fair to let Ihem do tins. They will havo to KENTUCKY FARM! school wear. r $32.50 0 33, No. 2 $32032.50, No. 1 MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Ky. Two hats will Ijo needed, ono for keep thoir llnery in their trunks J33.2533.60. Corn Quotations on ear corn: until they leavo Berea. LOOK AFTER FARM TOOLS winter and ono for summer. White ear $1.5001.65, yellow ear $1.50 Girls of the Academy Department: Berea Standardized Dress 01.55, mixed ear 11.450)1.50. Work for the Highest Ends. Land Needs Civilization. Tho teachers and girls of tho This dress which you sco in tho Now Is the Time to Put Every Farm Oats No. 2 white 9293c. stand. All work Khould bo for tho highest So prolific was tho Island of ard white No. 3 white 910 pictures wo call tho Berea stand Academy Department have decidod ing Utensil in Working Order In the Philippines, at one time In ends. Making n living Is merely Inci- ardized dress. A Inrgo numbor of that they will bo moro cortain to 92c, No. 2 mixed 89V409OC, No. 3 mix dental. "But I must live," was the exed 89089c. the production of rice that it was have tho simple dress prescribed by ri n.. have boon n.. . Farm machinery in recent years cuse of a man who preyed called Mthe ruuiiry. uuii. bum anucreamery extras ippines." Sugar, granary of the Phil- fellows by his sharp practices.upon bis our girls nil Mm 11 rundressing about (he School if they dress in uniform. nnd now WO And be likn llila Butter Whole milk has played a very important rolo cotton, hemp and centralized creamery extraa 51c, other crops thrive on tho Island when deserved the retort of a listener: "Ex- 'aro saying that no girls shall wear They havo chosen a middy and .In crop production, and this year MV4c. 49c, seconds 4C'Ac. skirt economic cuse me; I do not sea the necessity." place in farm operations is moro firsts ils Egg8prime firsts 63c. firsts 62c. or properly cultivated. Yet Its backward, We should work for better standards liner clothes than this adopted as They made of lino quality of khaki. conditions ore extremely will wear red tics. Wo will our standard. important than over before. Tho dlnary firsts 60c, seconds 45c. and purer ideals, for happier homes sell tills cloth at wholesale rates. Underwear: proper amount nnd kind of tools' Live Poultry Sale of fowls and pul- - and o large part of Its population hi and better living. The humblest task IeU Prohibited by authority of Food In a constant state of poverty. It has Teachers in charge of tho various will enable tbn former In work more Admmlgtrator nOOVOr In estimating tho expense for tho from February altogether about 39,000 inhabitants. Of Into which we put a high purpose conland and obtain belter returns. In to thlq end. No day la com- outfit wo havo ullowed for under- dormitories will assist tho Dean of to May 1. Broilers, under 2 lbs, the whole, more than 7,000 are pro- tributes Women lo maintain this standard fact, tho increased uso of farm ma- -i 28c; fryers, 2 lbs and over. 28c; nounced savage; a large port of the monplace In which we work for that wear as follows: lbs and over' 28c; remainder are densely Ignorant San which Is noble and best and hdviso tho girls or help them to .1 summer union suits, frequently makes It pos- tc0hr,ck 008 Francisco Argonaut. conform to our idoals. H winlor union suits, siblo to manago tho farm with less C'uve Stock, Cordially yours, The Value of Thoroughneaa. Catflo Shippers $10012.50; help. One of tho greatest causes of 2 wliito night gowns, The danger In half doing one's work Kntlierino 8. Boworsox, good to Im- - eJ" tee". Il0.25ll.50, of farm tools and 2 ofiting flannel night gowns, choIce $950 with tho Idea of going over It again Doan of Women. 3 pairs stockings, piements lis tbnlr oxposuro lo tbn 9. boltora 010, common to fair 170 Kind of Making Things Even. extra 1O011t good t0 and putting on the finishing touches Is 2 whllo polllcoats, weather nnd tho failuro upon tho choice 19.2509.76, common to fair When my little boy was Invited to a that such a method tends to develop I colored cotlon petticoat. part of the farmer or laborer to 16.6008.75; cows, extra $9010, good little girl's birthday party, I gave htm the habit of carelessness; the result be- Meaning of Biblical PhraM. a silk handkerchief to give as a gift. jng that the work Is never saUsfactor- The "lodge in a gurden of cucum3 corset covers, clean them properly before they oro tochlcoR ' heavy bers," mentioned in Isaiah 1:8, Is a 1 corset put away for tho season when theygood t0 cholco packers and116016.25, When he came home I was surprised lly finished. On the other band, the butchers to see "Why, construction of a perfect foundation his rude temporary shelter erected In the Why? not In nctivo uso. There Is a $18.60, medium and mixed $18.60, stags Martin, the gift Inforgetpocket aro open grounds In which a boy or man to give your for any work Inspires u pride In the did you common to choice heavy fat You may wonder Just how wo wido variation in tho longlh of llfo1012, Uppers $150 present?" I asked. "No, mamma," he building that will not permit the build- happened to chooso this standard. Is set to watch to scare away robbers . of those farm Implements treated j answered, "the little girl got so many er to leave any point of the superstrucor tho foxes und Juckeli from the properly and thoso left to rust out Bheop Extra $11011.60, good to handkerchiefs, I got nothing, so I kept ture Incomplete. The competent work- All Berea girls have to work hard lo vines. I in tho fields. This difference Is' suf- - choice $10011, common to fair $609. thls.' Chicago Tribune. man and the sincere artist never have earn their money to como to school to go back and patch up. SIX DOORS Berea's HOME DEPARTMENT Conducted by Miss Margaret Dizney, Director of Home Science FOR ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE ar Berea's 3rd Berea's ! 4th Berea's 5th Berea's Preparatory Berea HiBi - , 1 co m-.i- ) -- be-te- y ..., able-bodie- ?"i?:'B: clo-Te- 929c, Mln-dor- pop-ulnr- ly i roast-ohiner- y " Time is Your Fortunc-'-Don- 't Watte it ! February 21, 1018. THE CITIZEN Pago Sevea. SUNDAY SCHOOL Lesson, 9. First Quarter, March 3, 1918. SERIES I rWW.VJWAVWWWWWW Publican Thef HANDICRAFT FOR GIRLS Br DOROTHY PERKINS (Copyright, by A. Necly Hall.) HOMEMADE CALENDAR8. i t WOMEN IN THE WAR Mrs. Philip North Moore Telia the Duty of Her Slttera In the Crisis. By MRS. PHILIP Helping the Heat and Milk Snpply (Special Information Service, U R. NORTH MOQRE. Mra. Moore, who Is 'president of the National Council of Women, la now devoting her entire tfme to the work of the Woman's Committee of the Council of National She Is also a member of the Department of Agriculture.) THE INTERNATIONAL in Hy REV. L. W. GOSNP.LL AuUUnt Dun. Mcxlr DibU ItulltuU. Chicago MAKE CITY DAIRY REGULATIONS REGULATE Leion 6:15-2Text, Mark 4:35-41- ; Memory Verie, Mark 5:19 Golden Text, Pa. 126:3 Commentary Prepared by Rev. D. M. Stearns. 0 The Incident of Hie storm stilled and the hcnllng of Hie dcmonlnc ore found also In Mnlllitnv nml Luke, nnd In the nine connection. Their Hiking Christ even nil he wns, nml his falling mlrep storm, nuiy Imply Hint he wns holy, nml pnslhly In inlml Ills Inhorn would give him n body, nnd the unbelief and hntrcd nil nbout him would tend to give him n wenry mind. One of the accusations of (he propliot against Isrnol with was, "Ye have wearied tlit your words," (Mnt, 2:17; sec also John I :0.) When he sold, "Come unto me, nil yo that labor nnd are heavy Imlcn" (Mntt. 11:28) he knew what It meant to hnve siu'h nn experience, for "lie wns In nil points tempted like ns we are" nnd Is touched with n feeling of our Infirmities (I led. 4:1.1). Sometimes the stormy wind Is his own, nn when he divided Hie son hy n strong east wind, nml sent n grent wind to Jonuh (K.x. 11:21; Jonnti 1:1); nnd It Is written "He commnndrth nnd rnlseth the stormy wind" (I's. 107:2.1). Sometimes the slrong wind Is from the devil, ns when he cnused the denth of Job's children by n strong wind (Job JMP) Hut he con mnke the wrntlf of wf-or demons to praise lilm nnd cause even n stormy wind to fulfill his wonl (I'd. 118:8). In Itev. 7:1, see the nngels controlling the wind. It seems to me that fills grent atorm of wind of our feson (v, 37) mut hnve been from the devil became the Lord rebuked It (v. ,TJ), nnd he would not rebuke his own wind, Now 'I would not give the devil tdo much credit on the llne'of knowing things beforehnnd, nor would I mnke light of his knowledge, but there Is n jxwdhlllty Hint he knew that If the I)rd Jesus crossed over fo Ondnrn he might lose that fine piece of his work In the form of thnt demon-poiecman whom no cfinlns could lilnd, nnd mi fierce Hint no one could pass hy thnt wny. In Mntt. 8:1 It Is recorded thnt there were two of them. If he had that knowledge we cn understand why he sent the storm to sink If possible the boat with the Lord nnd In some respects the his disciples. devil la nn nwful fool, nnd certnlnly does not know the ower of Oml, nnd when the In these days nations nre rnglnc. nnd the people Imagining vnln things ns never before, has them In derision, nnd will the yet set Ids king upon his holy hill of Won (I's. 2:1(1). Kven If the I.ord had nllowed the devil to destroy thnt Iwnt, he could easily huve walked ashore on the wnter nnd ennhled Ids disciples to do .tut same. I like to watch film sleeping so cnlmly In the midst of that Brent storm, nnd there Is no storm In which we may not be cnlm If we hnve fnlth In him. (I's. 27 :KT.) We nre too often like the disciples, nnd nfrnld Hint some renl evil will befall ns, nnd he often litis occa sion to sny to us, "Why nre ye so fenr- ful? How Is It that ye hnve no fulfil? "Why nro ye troubled, nnd why do thoughts arise In your henrts7" (v. 40 nnd Luke 21:33.) How grand to see him quietly nwnkc from sleep nnd arise nnd sny to wind nnd sea, "Pence, be still I" nnd then to see the great storm give place to n great cnlm (vs. 87, 30). As he slept he was truly human, ni he stilled the storm he wns truly God; so he wns nnd ever Is both God nnd man; and there never can be In our Uvea or circumstance u storm however crent Hint he cannot .with a word, chnnga to u greut cnlm, for he always was, nnd ever Is, the one who makctb the storm n calm (I's. 107:29). We may still hear him any, "My pence I give unto you." and we can let the pence of Ood roto In our hearts (John 14:27; Col. 3:10). lie alone enn still the present strife of nations, nnd speak penco to them nil, und It shall yet bo seen that he Is tho one promised to David to sit on his throne, nnd of whom David said, "Is this the manner of man. O Lord Ood!" .(2 Snm. 7:10; compare lesson verse 41). Does It not seem as If some of the todny nations were ns as this man, or these men, of (Inderal Hut our Jesus tins the sumo power ns ever, and ut the appointed time "Our Ood sbnll come, nnd shall not After Isrnel keep silence" (Ps. 60:3-0)- . ahnll have seen him coming In his glory nnd shall hnvo received him according to Isn. 25:0; and huve come to her right mind, then shall nations run to her becuuse the Lord Ood, tho holy one ot Isrnel shall have glorified her (Isa. 65:0; compqro Mark 5:7), According to Matt. 8:20, the demons said, "Art thou come hither to torment us before tbo Hmol" for they seemed to know thnt torment awaits them In due time (Her. 20:10). This same Jesus Is dally delivering those whom Satan has bound with chains of sin, and there U no case too hard for him ; and he la saying to nil who have such afflicted ono, "Hrlng them to me," "Have faith and doubt not" Tho property of the Gadarenes bad been touched, nnd they had sought Jesus to depart from them (5:17) ; und It Is so still when the gospel conflicts with business; and we are moving ou to the time when the devil will control all buylug und selling. Rv. 13:10, 17). I ho wenry also. weary TEXT And ttm publican, stnndln afar on, woufj not lift up so much as his eye Unto heaven, but smote upon his breast saying, Oo1 be merciful to mo a sinner I tell you this mnn went down to tils Iioum Juttltleil, rather than the other. In In his trd or-re- (11)17-101- The llttlo desk calendar In Flge. 1 and 2 has n cardboard case (Fig. 3), and six calendar cards (Fig. 4). First ninko the cards, then tho case. The bIzo of your calendar pad will deterFig, 4 mine tho slzo of tho cards. I.UK0 1N:1J, 11. will glvo you nn idea of tho relatlvo The Pharisee thanked Ood he slzo. Tho card tops must oxtend wns not ns "other men," or ns the above tho caso ns shown. Use a lightIlevlsed Version weight cardboard or heavy letter par eed. Um rmt erf pa fot ttw cards. Ton will see by Fig. men;" he thoutM 4 that one month of the cnlcndar Is he wns tho best pasted upon each Bldo of each ard. Cut man In the world. Hut the publican prayed, "Ood bo ineiclful to mo a (M JANUARY M slmier," or, ns tho , A 1. J . J 1 4 5 ft f S Iterlslon has It, , W II II II H $i II Ml If M II "the sinner:" ho . m H I, I. H n thought ho wns tho worst man In tho world. Yet. ' ?lirJ our Lord declares went thin man I iinwn 10 ins limine - T JIMUI - T TTT I Justified 12 f. ,f.A X t$mk 1 other.' tlmtm tho tVrtnlnly. our Lord wns not blind In the sins of the publican any inure than he wns to the excellencies of the Pharisee. The publicans were n hard lot, unjust, rapacious, cruel. A story tbo front of the caso from cardboard, I tli tho opening Is told of n publican who restored a of the right slzo so necklace to n merchant from whom ho thero will bo a margin of about one- had token It by fraud. A Itnbbl, com- quarter Inch around tho calendar, and menting on tho Incident, said wo muko tho margin around tho opening f Inch wldo. Mark out might now expect wolves to drop from about their mouths tho lambs taken from tho back H with front A as a marker, and flock; yet, tho mnn In tho parablo ghin enough of tho strips C along tho took such nn nttltudo townrd Ood that, sldo and bottom to make a thickness hjiIIc of hi!) sin, he was Justified. a trifle grcator than that of tho six The prayer he prayed lins probably calendar cards. To assemble tho caso, bind together crossed more Hps of dying men than nny other prayer. It Is so direct, so A nnd l) with paper lapped over and brief, that It'hui been called "n holy gluod to their ed?es. Pasto a plece of tinted paper on tho front to contelegram." Tin story of n mnn belonging to such ceal the binding strip. Fig. 2 shows how to fasten a cardboard strip to it clnss feeling his own sinfulness and praying such n prayer, will nlwnys ho tho back of tho caso to support tho calendar. of Interest to saluts nnd sinners. Perhaps you would prefer a perpetHow It Illustrates tho benuty of penual calendar to tho kind Just do- itence I True, n mnn's repentance does not commend him to Cod. Even the publican seemed to feci that. "Ood be merciful" means, literally, "Ood bo Tim publican felt ho propitiated." needed a sucrtflco of blood even though his heart was broken nnd his eyes tenr stained. This Is ulwnys tho case. Acoln. tho npproprlnteness of deep feeling on n sinner's part Is Illustrated In the publican's cry. "Ood bo merciful to me tho sinner." The very fact that somo who have heard tho Oospcl many times are still unmoved should lead them to feel deeply. Heathen people, have been moved to cry with tho publican for mercy, the very first tlmo tho message of tho cross has been presented to them. Cannibal. Conversion of The sou of John O. Faton, tho fatuous missionary to fjio New Hebrides, tells u story- - which Illustrates this point. He came unexpectedly one night upon u group of cnnnlbnls. His fellow mlsMunurles advised that ho retire, for their lives wero In Imminent danger. Hut Mr. Pnton nrgued that the missionary should tell tho story of tho cross, danger or no danger. Ho scribed. Tho calendar In Fig. 6 relook his placo before tho cannibal quires n small cardboard box for a chief nnd told of tho comlug of God's Fig. C). Remove one end of tho world, of his llfo nnd bis case (At son to spoke, tho Spirit or uou tho box, then cut away the bottom, denth. As he ot wrought nnd tho heart of tho savage with tho oxceptlon ot a margin and Inch along sides before him was broken. When tho romainlng end. Hack nthe (Fig. 6) fits story was finished, the chieftain raised between tho box sides, and extends an n wooden knlfo and said. "Missionary, Inch abovo them. Gluo Us edges to this knlfo has entered tho bodies of n tho sides of the box. men of whom I huvo eaten thousand Thero are sixteen calendar cards nt feiixf. Hut I never henrd before (Fig 7), two for tho "days," eight for which sent his son of the love of Ood tho "dates," and six for tho "months." to dio for'us. It has broken my heart Cut the "date" cards s of the Take this knlfo ns n token thnt 1 length of tho "day" cards, and the this night n follower of Jesus "month enrds ono-haot the length Christ." Yet some hnvo heard tho of tho "date" cards. The calendar story many times, hut havo never pad from which you cut tho "days,' cried. "God bo merciful to mo the ! e. p'itlonal Security CommitLeague's tee of Patriotism Through Education and has written the following article for Mrs. Philip Moore, great campaign of patriotic education which the Security League is conducting throughout the country under the direction of circulation In the wl I' rnthcrj this committee: A tremendous responsibility Is jlaced upon tho women of Hie t'nlted States. The thing wo need today Is inspiration. Our obligation Is Just ns great as If the war we-- o on our own borders or on the shores of tho Mis slsslppl. When thin Inspiration nml obligation aro brought Ikwip, women nn dp mora than men to bring conditions to tho people. Tho resources of the country are more definitely needed In war thnn In peace, and women cm do more than any othor force to conserve these resources. Tho American people have much to learn, nnd this lesson Is needed to teach them to be less wasteful and more alive to Industrial conditions. Tho lalsspr. folre sort of llvlnp Is not good patrlo'l-'in, Legislation Properly Drafted and Enforced Will Promote Milk Production Under Sanitary Conditions. Meat Supply Is Inspected. Kvcry pound of meat or meat products which reaches tho mess tables of Uncle Sara's fighting forces Is Inspected nt lenst twice by experts of the United Stntes department of ngrl-cultu- ENFORCIBLE MILK LAWS FOR TOWNS First Sec That They Meet Local Conditions, Say Specialists. RECOMMEND THREE ' , and flip hour ono-hal- has come upon which we may look back with appreciation, the hour which madp us more thoughtful mankind, less self centered. What Cngland Did. 000 of GRADES In England It Is estimated that 1500.women have gone out to work who did not do so before the v.ar The number of women who havo been substituted for men in Industries, ex eluding all government establish mcnts, nre 376,000. There aro 139r 000 women employed in government works, Including arsenals, dockyards and national shell filling and projectile factories; 23.000 nre engaged In agricultural pursuits, and 52,000 In - Impossible to Frame One Ordinance That Will Be Suitable for All Com munities Form Prepared Which Will Assist Milk lnws should meet local condi tions. Ordinances governing tho dairy Industry must bo prepared with euro Officials of tho nnd bo enforced. United States department of agri culture sny that It would not bo wlso to nttempt to draft 'a milk ordinance, with Its standards, grades, nnd re quirements, without n speclnl study of local dairy conditions ns well as tno purposes of such an ordinance. One of tho most Important considerations must be tho reasonableness of tho Inw. A law which works an nnneccs-sar- y hardship on n legltlmnto Industry Is not reasonable, nnd B' Inw so strin gent that It cannot rendlly bo enforced will defeat Its own ends. Form Prepared to Assist In a strict sene It Is Impossible to frame one milk ordinance thnt will bo Tho Kiiltnhle for nil communities. bureau of animal Industry and tho bureau of chemistry of the department, however, responding to a con stant demnnd by municipal authorities for somo form of milk ordlnnnco that will best meet tho requirements nml which ply. can-bo transportation. It Is In the Industrial and economic field that the world war will mark the most far reaching transformation In tho condition of women. From the women of the country we ask utmost loyalty to the declaration that we nro not In this struggle for conquest, but that we follow the" flag o an assured victory of the principles of democracy and humanity. Those who nre determined that this shall bo the last'great war must learn how to llvo nnd work together, even as we desire nil nations to do. Preventive Duty. Today women are rising to a conception more than personal, aro see' ng through world eyes, realizing that their duty Is not remedial only, but also preventive, In tho kind of effort which has been called "preparedness against tho rebarbarlzatlon of the world." No true woman can be content to llvo on tho surfa'co In these fateful days, days that aro to dccldo perhaps for generations whether war or law shall govern the world. She will throw all her Influence to ward tho realization of world unity, a lengue ot nations that shall Insure tho peace of the world. w first at the establishment whero It Is packed or prepared, and flnnlly nt tho camps. This extra precaution Is taken to prevent food mndo by adulteration or unwholesomo through tampering by enemies from reaching American soldiers nnd sailors. Laboratory nnnlyses of samples taken from supplies at tho enmps show If tho foods havo been mado Injurious j by tampering. Twenty-si- r hundred experts of the scrvlco of the deport ment- - of ngrlculturo nro stationed throughout tho country nt establish-- , mcnts which prepare meat and meat products for Interstate nnd foreign commerce. These lnsnectors person ally examine tho live anlmnls, the car casses, nnd nil parts thereof at tho tlmo of slaughter. Thpy contlnuo to' tnsnect nnd to relnsnect tho ment and meat products throughout the differ ent stages of preparation. All ment which Is unsold, unhealthy, unwholesome, nnd otherwise unfit for food Is condemned nnd destroyed In tho presSome 70 ln ence of the Inspectors. snectors of this service hnve been de tailed to the various military nnd naval camps. All moat nnd ment products for the army and navy aro ob tained only from Inspected establish ments, and every consignment must near mo government biuiuji juaijcikcu ' and Passed." n used ns n guide, hnve prepared n form which It Is believed would assist In bettering tno iiuik supThree Grades Considered. A specliil feature of the ordinance Is tho grading of milk nnd crenm, which Is believed to be of paramount Importance. A great sanitary nnd economic question will bo solved. It Is If practical grading of milk, with the consequent grading or selling Three grades price, can bo enforced. Ammonia Is n necessity In tho manu- -' fncture of Ice, and tho salts of are regarded as essential In making certain fertilizers. Tho man who harvests Ice now and stores It In pits or Ice houses may have tho satisfaction next summer of helping out his neighbor who depended on nn Ice Store Ice to Save Ammonia. Every ton of natural Ice gnthcred nnd stored this winter will help la e conservation of nmmonln, which Is vitally Important In tho manufacture of fertilizers and explosives. wnr-tlm- ln plant. nmmonln, conservation of coal Is to bo effected through the harvesting of natural Jce. American Ice factories nnd In addition to tho saving of one-quart- d. WHAT VICT0RY1VIEANS (Contributed by AGNES REPPLIEU to tho National Security League's campaign of Patriotism Through Ed ucatlon.) It would bo well It every American would dispossess his mind ot two pop ular and p'.easlng fallacies. First, that the United State took up arms as a knight errant to right the wrongs ot France and Dclgium. Second, that our Impressive entrance into tho war must inevitably, and ot Itself, decide the is sue. We are fighting as a free people for our own safety, and we must tight hard and well, or suffer a shameful defeat Germany denied us the seat) because she thougnt we would accept our fate from her bands. She permits herself now a profound contempt for our army. Untrained men with defe& tlve ammunition are about as terrible In her eyes as prairie dogs would be In ours. She boasts happily that we will pay her tho Indemnity which Is essential for her reconstruction. Meanwhile, to make sure ot our downfall, she plots treasonably In every stato ot the Union. Perhaps, If she wins the day, shs will recompense such men aa Senators Stone and La Follotte, and Mayor Thompson ot Chicago. More likely she will fling them liut loyal Amerion tbo scrap-heap- , cans may well understand that unless this nation puts forth all Its strength, without reserve, without fatigue, with; out unless we crush the traitors at borne, and defeat the enemy abroad, a bitter future awaits us. At best, we shall be humiliated, impoverished, and crippled In our foreign trade for many years to come. At worst, wo shall see In our land the blazing homes, the ravished women, the butchered children, the unutterable shame and horror which mak the wake ot a Qerman army of Invasion. self-pity- two-third- t 1 t y, I TT I J v .. - ..-- w - -- - -- -- NEED HELP ON MILK LAW 7 EXPERTS' - Advice available. lf sinner." demon-possesse- d Wo need not sny that a penitent heart Is ready to accept a Saviour. As already pointed out, tho publican prayer, "Ood bo propitiated to me." (Seo It. V.) Tho doctrlno of Christ as u substitute Is dlstastcfut to many In this ngc, but Is rudlnutwlth glory to thoso who feel their need of a Saviour. They require no proof of It but accept It with tho eagerness of a famishedn mnn to whom water Is given. Spur-geolit ono of his sermons, pictures tho messenger of mercy Journeying In search of n resting place. Ho hastened hy wnny n hostelry nnd turricu not till nt length ho camo to n llttlo Inn which bore tho sign of Tho Ilrokcn "Here." said mercy's mesHeart senger, "1 would fain tarry, for I know by experlenco I snau do weicoms hero." CEEE1 3 A study of tho milk ordinances of many cities, largo and small, X shows n great diversity of oplnIon among lawmakers nnd their X advisers ns to what constitutes A it proper milk drdlnnncc. T ,creat lock of uniformity among .1. 1 refrigerator plants, according to figures of tho United Stntes fuel administration, use nnnunlly 15,000,000 tons ot coal. President Wilson, by a proclamation signed January 4, hns required nil persons, firms, corporations nnd associaextions, except those specifically empted by the food control act In tho business of Importing, manufacturing, storing? or distributing ammonia, nmmonlacal liquor or nromonlum sulphate, from whatever source produced, to secure license on or before Janunry.21, 1018. Milk ( ma "MM ITS mnn rmYTHj nrf-a- "T3 i i ol'i. rrAit C3 fimmi (Lj) QIHIlltit ntunTim Oi1)YTCZ) J QlMHa Oifttnii Justification Veraua Pardon. Finally, this parablo Illustrates the Many of Justification. blessedness Christians nro content to bellevo their o sins nre pardoned, for man can of nothing higher than pardon for tho guilty. In human courts only the Innocent nro Justified. Hut In the court of heaven, tho ungodly aro Justified nnd sent nwny ns If they had never sinned I Through the cross, Ood la nblo to bo Just nnd yet tho Justlfler of tho believer In Jesus. How marvelcon-celv- 3 3 i "dates," and "months" should be In heavy clear type. Arrango and paste the printing in tho manner shown In Fig. 7. Tho perpetual calendar In Fig. 8 Is mada of a cardboard box of the kind- - that slides Into a sleeve cover (Figs. 9 and 10). Cut the openings A, I) and CSFIg. 9) through tbo sleeve cover, and paste the throe strips O (Fig. 10) upon the box bottom for the ous I "month," "day" and "date" strips to Surely, thero should bo no need to slide upon. Fig. 11 showa the relaurge men to nccept such n blessing, tlvo length and width ot the slide llather let us tako our places at once strips, and Fig. IS th arrangement of with tho publican, crying, "Ood ba tho calendar letters and numbers. merciful to mo tho slnuer." Cheap Source of Protein. at 15 cents n quart Is as cheap 0 . I r.l. im rrt- - . IUW14, fUHIU Ul MllW n source of protein ns sirloin steak at lv out of date, has been noted, 345 cents a pound or eggs nt 41.0 Mnny of them seem to bo tran- cents n dozen. Milk nt tho same price scripts of ordinances In force In Is as chenp n source of energy ns sirother cities, nlnced In tho mu loin steak nt 21.2 cents n pound or nicipal series ot laws without X eggs at 20 cents n dozen. Protein and regard to local conditions, nna energy nro two Important necessities some contain provisions which for which wo eat food. Milk contnlns nro unnecessary nnd unreason- - j the materials protein able nnd cannot bo enforced. and mineral substances, such ns llrao Bullotln CS5 of tho department and phosphorus needed to renew body of nerlculture imggests n form wastes nnd promote growth by form-T of ordlnnnco which, It Is being new tissues nnd fluids; nnd It also lleved, will provo to bo a satissupplies tho energy for carrying on factory framework upon which hodv functions. thn avcrnco town or city can Tho average person In this country finished, practicable law T uses only a llttlo more thnn a half build n ... . .. 1 mnr. iiroiieriv eiiiunuu. ...Ml I ... - i-- pint of milk dally. This quantity can win iu- T provo tho average milk supply 2 bo Increased very profitably when safe nnd ivnrlr tnu'nril n deslrea uni milk Is available. Many persons think X of milk only ns n beverage, but If they formlty of' food laws. understood that It Is really a nourishing food they would Increase tho alEconomy In the diet doe 'Certified," Grade A, lowance. aro considered nnd Grade 11. Pasteurization Is com- not always depend on limiting tho use pulsory for Grade 11 but optional for of certain foods, hut It Is sometime the others. Community health depart- a, question of actually Increasing the ments must determine from their own u'so of foods which furnish nutritive experlenco the score and bacteria material at relatively low cost Milk count permitted for Grades A and D, belongs to the latter class and the which represent the largest quantities housewife would do well to study Its of milk sold. Grade A must be of such foqd value nnd decide whether her quality that there will be no question family is using as much as It should. ,body-buildin- g I I aa to Its purity ana sarety. uraae u Man's Part In Dairy. can be of lower grade than A because The dairy cow can bo depended npea No grade pasteurization Is obligatory. for production, but preservation f the) below that of B Is recognised. milk Is man's part The Surest Preparation is School Training Page Bight. T1IK CITIZEN February 21, t!. in misleading and sometimes mis this purpose. Hopewell, this County, which re The Ilrsl Saturday in March Is regPersonal cleanliness is important. cently came in and is reported lo be ular church day at Scaffold Cane taken for rashes that occur in oilier liseases, hence the importance of '.lean rooms, fresh air, and sufriol- over a hundred barrel well. Miss and wo are looking for a good nt exercise nro necessary. Viola Hieronymousof Primrose camo crowd as there has only boon two mnsultlng a physician for any rash Recommendations havo been made occurring during an epidemic of the 1917.1 to town Monday and will work iu sermons since I, o Iho Collego authorities to cstab the County Clerk's OITlco for the Surely the peoplo will turn out if lisease. Tho diagnosis in the varly atagos lish a system of spraying Tor tho next few months. Mrs. William the weather is favorable. Sub Drandenburg died in. a Lexington scribing for The Citizen is like hav- of the disease is not always easy. nose and throat under tho supervishospital last Monday and was bur ing a 'phono put in your house; it Cases have been mistaken for Ger- ion of tho Collego physicians. It i.s only' lellevod that this Is imporLml anif ied bore Wednesday. Sho died a is hard to refuse. The Citizen is man Measles. Mild cases may worth $2.00 and you gel it for SI. 00. feel "out of sorts" for ii few days should be compulsory and required short time nfler undergoing an op perhaps with only a slight headache nt least twice dally, in Iho morning Supt. J. P. Thomas was eration. or stiffness in tho neck hut theso before leaving the dormitories nnd visiting at St. Helens during Sunday. OWSLEY COUNTY MADISON COUNTY mild cases may suddenly develop when returning nfler tho evening lie has been very busy the last week Conkling Privett Big Hill severe symptoms. The only rule to meal or before retiring. An oily new ollice, hut now has things Conkling, Feb. 10. A son was in his Henry Peters Privctt, Feb. 10. Dig Hill, Feb. 18. Miss Delia follow when the diseaso Is epidemic spray with disinfecting properties in running order of Owsley County visited bis broth born to Mr. and Mrs. John Williams Recce and Francis Hazlcwood havo is to call a doctor when any of tho has been roenmmended and will bo er, L. J. Peters, last week and pur on, Monday, February 11, and has gone to Hamilton, 0, for a while. symptoms mentioned occur and al furnished by the College authorities CLARK COUNTY Da! ehascd a thorough bred gobbler been named Palmer Carroll. Mrs. J. M. Haley, who has ncn sick low him io make the dingnosls. Tho regular routine spraying should . Log Lick Horn to lard Hamilton has moved to Dunk from W. R. Reynolds. for some time, is slowly improving, The course of tho disease varies. be done by those appointed for the J.og Lick, Feb. 18. George Thomas has ro Dorn lo tho J. Mr. and Mrs. L. V.. Morris, a girl, Creek. . Marcum has rented from M. J The nioro severe types usually have purpose. Students who purchase Miss Lulie wife of George Everman a girl Feb- Carrier this year. Lillie Several turned from Hazard. named Marie. very sudden onsets and a rapid course their own atomizers should ho sup Mrs. Doog schools have" been divided up and Wheeler and iier grandmother, Mrs. ruary 5, which they named Man-d- ie and Jason aitd Mildred Set- with deatli within a cw hours, plied with solutions mid instructed Valentine. The Rev. D. II. tle spent Saturday and Sunday willi a now district made which will be Sellers, left Friday for Pennington ith proper treatment the ordinary in their use. Albert Duff visited his Matherly and family and Miss Mr. and Mrs. M. I). Settle. The farmers Gap, Va. built near Privctt. It is hoped by the use of sprays forms and mild cases usually last Laura, his sister, all of Richmond, arc all taking advantage of this mother a few days before enlisting from a few days to a few weeks t- - diminish1 tho number of "carriers" Waldo and Ken motored over here last Wednesday Silver Creek pretty weather gathering corn and in the army. although some become chronlo and and to prevent the spread of "germs ' Hallio may last even months. plowing. Saturday and Sunday-i-s neth McCollum visited relatives to spend a few days with their Silver Creek, Feb. 18. from those who may harbor them in father, the Rev. J. H. Matherly Davis spent Thursday night wiln regular church timo at Oak here Tuesday and Wednesday. their nose or throat. Tho control of Treatment Lillie Grove. Motlie and Eva Peters Maude Anderson is expected home Myrtle Kerr departed this, life Feb- Mr. and Mrs. John Davis. Tho treatment should 1m left in this diseaso has proven most difThe farmers ruary 10, and was buried at the Hatlleld spent the past week at the hands of the; physician visited their sister, Mrs. H. W. from Hazard soon. called. ficult but il is believed that the Marshall Johnson has While a few cases will undoubtedly measures outlined will net in pre Spurlock, last Sunday night. Rob- arc taking advantage of the beauti Log Lick, Cemetery the following Kirksville. 1 ful weather by gathering in their day. She had been an invalid for tonsililis. Dernece Robinson spent recover without special treatment, venting further spread. ert Evans is improving some. Samuel Wright, who has been very corn which they .failed to get in over a year, and bore her suffering Saturday and Sunday with Mabel tho deatli rato formerly was very Dy the assistance of tho labora well. Myrtle was a good Christian Johnson. The remains of Jeff high. Many cases ill wjth rheumatism, is improving. last fall. that formerly tory car "Pasteur" which was sent girl, ami was about 10 years old. The Davis wero brought to the Davis ended fatally Earnestville Middle Fork can now bo saved bv to Derea by tire American National family and friends have our deepest graveyard for burial; ho leaves a the use G. D. Dow Earnestville, Feb. 18. Fork, Feb. 13. Middle The roads of a scrum that can he ap R"d Cross, nearly 2,000 persons havo Mr. and plied to tho spinal cord, The big man accompanied by James Welch sympathy in their sad bereavment. wife and four children. arc almost impassable. the scat of been examined for the detection of February 15 Tom Stone and wife Mrs. Hiram Pigg spent Sunday: with Iho disea.se. This damaged the railroad track and others filled his regular ap tide curative serum is "carriers." The nine positive carand the section bands are having a pointment at Moores Sunday. Mrs, were blessed with a pair of twins; Mrs. Major Cruse. Tho infant child carefully prepared and tested for riers that were found havo been The Rev. Leon of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hill was purity before being sold and Claud Daker Mollie E. Gabbard died at her home a boy and a girl. time with the road. there isolated in tho Collego hospital. has sold his place and bought Den February 12; her remains wcro laid ard Matherly of Richmond filled h's buried at the Silver Creek Cemetery is no danger in its use in tho hands There are undoubtedly other carGabbard out and will move- to that to rest in the Herndon graveyard, regular appointment at Pilaris Hill February It. of a skilled physician. Even if the riers that escaped detection. Theso Tho place. diagnosis is doubtful the use of this nine carriers were all collego stuFrank Hundley lias been near Dooneville. Sho leaves four last Saturday and Sunday. Blue Lick in Ohio for some time, and has not sens, a daughter and a host of Rev. M. P. I.owry of Winchester at Hlue Lick, Feb. 18. Tho pro serum will do no harm. When used dents. None were found among the tended the funeral meeting hero friends to mourn her loss. Ottis been heard from for three weeks. gressive farmers of this section have early and in sufllcient nmounts, nearly 200 town school children exN. D. Devary bought Miss Hunley is contemplating a vis- and Hobarl Gabbard came home yesterday, started their plowing. A great m:,nv ca,es nre savwl l,inl otherwise amined. Virginia and Ohio to at- the old Willis Niblock farm near dearth of it with her grandparents in Clay from West While it is necessary to admit seed corn is reported, would havo resulted fatally. Most all tend their mother's funeral but here for about $12,000. County. Whenever possible, cases of men that the control of meningitis l owing lo the unfavorable season for sorry they were too late. Ottis of the lobacco has been delivered harvesting the corn crop. Jno. W, ingitis should be treated in a hos- - qnllo barfling nnd difficult, it is beMr. and Mrs, to tlm different warehouses from Flannery, who Gabbard has mumps. has been attending pilal. The case hero is loss danger lieved that tho restrictions recomCLAY COUNTY' Arch Pendleton have returned to this part of Clark County. It ranged a course of Agriculture at Knoxville, ous to others and tho proper facili- mended are warranted. If tho disHalcom Mrs. G. D, in price from 15c to 10c per pound. ronn, their home at Cbavies. this winter, is visiting his ties are at hand for the use of scrum. ease continues to prevail and Mrs. John Cobb and children of Malcom, Feb. 15. We are liav Dowman is suffering sovcrely with a noro strict quarantine parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Flannery, In most cases, thei final outcome will spread. ing warm, sunny jJays and every cancer on her breast. Doctor Tyo 's Ruckcrville visited her father, WilRay Malnous depend upon tho prompt and con measures should be enforced. .Stuof this section. body in this part enjoys the change, giving treatment for same. Glad liam Durch, here-- yesterday. bought a horse from T. J. Flannery tinued use of serum and hospitals dents should not bo permitted to Misses Myrtle and Dessio Pen to say Mrs. Cora Newman, who has last week. Carlos Johnson has are equipped to take care of the leave for their homes throughout nington spent Friday night with been ill for tho past two months, is ROCKCASTLE COUNTY the Stale as this would undoubtedly gone to Ohio to work in a twine sick better than the homes. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Pennington. spread the disease to other localiDisputants slowly improving. Mrs. Matth Preventive Meaiart factory. He sold his horso and G. W. Collins and Leonard Whitty Gabbard and daughter, while crossDispulanta. Feb. 18. Every case and every suspected ties. This should cause no panic or Jack Mill buggy to T. J. Flannery. sad We morn have returned from Hamilton, ing Dig Sturgeon, were thrown from er, who got fiis leg cut off by a ly miss the alarm among parents nnd it should and gospel case should be reported immediateexplnined to them that the meas0., whero they have been employed. a horse and came very near being train some time ago, in Hamilton, 0- - services of our friends Derea in ly to tho health ofllcer. Students in be in was brought back dead Sunday and our Undo Mitchell Whiltymore, who drowned; rcscired by her sislcr-in-lathe College should consult tho Col- ures taken are thought necessary church on account of tho quarprotection of the Stato. If has been suffering with rheumatism Mrs. Louvina Hall. Mr. and buried at his old home place. antine of meningitis. Tho stu- lege physician at once when any of for the so long, is able to bo out again. Mrs. Chester Gabbard are moving W. S. Payne of Derea was visilins dents from this section, who havo the symptoms mentioned dovolnp other cases do occur, tho chances The Rev. J. IIT Drowning filled his into Georgo Marshall's houses locat home folks Sunday. Sherman been kept out of school on that ac- and not attempt to hide even slight for recovery in the Collego hospital regular appointment at Goose Creek ed on Crane Creek. headaches. This is very important. aro far betlcr than if treated at An oil man Cbasteen, avIio sold his farm to Geo. count, aro anxious to return. Saturday and Sunday. Tho Rev. Ira passed through hero last week tak Gatliff. was planning on moving to Every case should ho Immediately home. Other recommendations havo hcoii Pennington accompanied him. Mississippi, hut he gave up tho idci isolated. Cases among the students ing leases, for tho Carter Oil Co. Sturgeon and has bought a farm near Mount JACKSON COUNTY BOY WINS IN should be' nt once put in tho hos- made to the College authorities and The Rev. Henry Hall spent ThursLAND RECLAMATION CONTEST pital, discs in town should bo iso- lo tho local health ofllcer, Dr. M. M. day night with the Row J. H. Drown.Sturgeon, Feb. 18. All farmers Vernon, and has moved there. ing. Mrs. Rebecca Drowning is of this community have been work Last Sunday eve, George Gatliffs lated under the direction of tlm Robinson, ami students or others, if very poorly again. J. II. Drown- ing hard llieso few warm days try little son got hold of a dynamite cap The letter below recolvtd by physician or health ofllcer and the lu doubt should consult theso au ing mado a business trip to Man- ing to llnish II. C, and cut into it with the axe, his lit- Coleman Reynolds of Tyner, Ky., house placarded. No visitors should thorities. Arrangements have been Henry lircwer and chester last Monday. John F. Drew- - tle brother touched a match to it, from the DuPont Powder Company ever ho allowed lo sco tiro patient. made by which town cases may bo Drewster purchased a nice cow and er of Richmond aro spending this and it exploded in bis hand. He is Is self explanatory. Tho section em- When a caso occurs in a house In treated in tho College hospital pro. calf last week for tho sum of $85. week with relatives and friends at suffering very much from Iho acci- braced in this contest covers the town, tho safest procedure Is to vided a private nurse can bo pro-I. T. Payno has returned states of Alabama, Georgia, Missis- playcard the houso and place every vided. Mrs. Henry Drowsier purchased a Sturgeon. Mancrva Wilson was dent. RccaiiKC of lack of more definite cow from Tlieo Thomas for $50. slightly injured this week when her from Orlando where he has been on sippi, Tennessee, North Carolina. member of it under "quarantine" to Carolina, and Kentucky, be regulated hy the health officer. knowledge concerning this disease, Mrs. Parrio L. Stephens South Tho Sewing Class is improving dress caught on lire. Dr. J. H business. wonderfully under tho instruction MahalTey, who has been sick so of Rockford, who has been visiting which makes it the moro Interest This is necessary in order lo reduce it is believed that cases nnd carriEggs long, is slowly improving in health. her mother, Mrs. A. T, Abney, of ing. The piece of land reclaimed the chances of spreading the disease ers isolated in the hospital should of Miss Mattio Leo Clarke. by this club boy was almost a hope- by other members of tho family who bo detained for a period of two are 50u per dozen here, but since this place, has .returned homo. W. II. Drewcr of near hero our dealers have ceased to furnish mo- ng to Cbavies, Perry County. Thcro will bo a singing at tho Ham- less proposition, gullied, blackjacks, may bo "carriers" or "coming down" weeks nnd Hint other patients who havo been in contact with these mond school house every Sunday luvrdpan and old roads cutting it willi tho disoaso. All public gatherings should be should also bo held for a period of evening. Next Saturday and Sun- up, but now it is green with rye day is regular meeting at Clear and will growjdnindanlly any crop prohibited in the community. Dc- - two weeks. Tho same general rules May Clark Of Climax was put on it, and has been a paying causo of tho number of ca.ses that should apply to ca.ses occurring In Creek. USE visiting Dertlia King Saturday and investment during tho process of havo occurred among tho College town. Other restrictions covering lw he Sunday. Mrs. John Young and reclamation. Coleman mado a grade students, restrictions should (laughters, Mrs. Rosa Lee and Mrs of 05 'In hoys club work last year placed upon tho citizens in thp town Collego Post OfTIco and Margaret Daker, all of Hamilton, 0., and Is now In Eastern Slato Normal of Derea. Collego students rooming Store should bo strictly enforced to School, Richmond, and Is giving in town should now remain away prevent unnecessary contact among pro' hero vlsltir.g relatives. It Is further believed much attention to the subject of from the Collego until all danger is students. Rockford passed or bo given rooms in College that tho restrictions and preventive Rockford, Feb. 18. Farmers aro ugricultnre. BRIGHTER, WHITER AND LIGHTER dormitories and vol allowed lo re measures mentioned should bo kept busy gathering corn as they have "Dear Mr. Reynolds: J-- You will turn to.tbeir town homes. With pro In force for a period of two weeks been snow bound for 08 days in sucThan Any Other Brand ' cession. Corn is considerably dam- be glad to hear, and I am glad to per precautions, faculty members after tho last case shall have aged. Tho infant babo of Am tell you, that you have been award- - living in town may bo permitted to Mr. and Mrs. Jim "Dundy" Wilson, llullin died a few days ago and was cd first prize for your district for contlnuo living at homo. Theso Mr. and Mrs. Edward Cook" and buried .at Scaffold Cano burying your work in connection with tho should consult tho local -health ofWaldo McCollum and Waller Evans ground. Mrs. Laura Deatrlce Dm Pont Hoys' Land Reclamation wcro welcome visitors Sunday at Coylo made a business trip to Ml Contest. This was decided only llcer, and follow his advlso. Dy avoiding contact with cases the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis M. Vernon one day last week. C. II alter a very careful study of Iho and known "carriers" tho 'number Cook. Mrs. Samuel C. Rice, pri Todd of Crab Orchard is in tills lo reports submitted, and your effort mary teacher of the Nccdmoro Gra cality buying bogs. Daddy Todd, nro therefore all tho moro pralso- - of "carriers" will be diminished. Although cases and "carriers" have N mrmpond nc pukllthcd unlMt tlcncd In foil hy tho writrr. Tha mim ded School, spent Sunday hero with who has been on the sick list for vyorlhy. It not for publication, but aa an trWtne of fond flth. Writ plainly. been found in all the Collego departher mother, Mrs. Mary Wilson. some time, is better at this writing. Requisition lias accordingly gon Mrs. Maud Drfcwcr spent Sunday Hcrl K Martin has had a seven through to tho Auditing Depart- ments, il Is advisable lo keep the deportments scparnted and even ti. us with Hour we have decided to with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dud rase of lagrlppe hut is better now. JOHN WHITE & GO. ment for .check for $50.00 lo ha avoid mingling between Iho groups .Hughes. The Ilelhlchcm School m. Anderkln bought a milk cow drawn in your favor. This requlsl- "all fare alike" and onco more adopt LOUISVILLE, KY. living iu different dormitories. Dv ' the ancient but honorable name of!" progressing nicely with J. D from P. Craln for $05. Horn lo Mr. lion must go through tho regular Liberal attortmtnt doing this, Iho number of carriers Spcnce as teacher. M Inter and Mrs. Hugh Linville, a fine girl; 4fllenn "Kentucky Corn Crackers." and full value paid routine of ofllco: Check will reach will bo diminished. of Valley Oak, Pulaski County, is all doing well. Mary E. Northern you in iluo rourso of time. XFBRS It must bo remembered that the here visiting friends and- - former has been on the sick list for the GARRARD COUNTY I wish to commend you for your Hltfaa and discharges from Iho Ihn nose nnd neighbors. Jeff Strong and son past two weeks. Point Leavell L L. Martin has systematic manner In which you mouth nro ONt Ski especially dangerous. Point Leavell, Feb. 18. Misses Ed. gave Znch Dowman $105 for 1 in a severe cold at this writing. Tho performed your work and overcame l Delbcrt Cook of! Rev, 0. II .Childress passed through your problems. However "bo net or this reason roughing nnd sneezDoss and Maggie Schooler motored bushels of corn. JACKSON COUNTY ing, should lin nvnlilixl llnn.ilnt .u .. . . . lo Richmond Thursday lo sco their Korea who has been hero with hern n few days ago. Herd .yiiiunui Mrs. J. M weary in well doing," and let your chiefs should l)b frequently disin People arc put-lin- g grandmother, Mrs. Sanders, who Is friends for a while returned Fri Hullin is on Hie sick list Herd, Fob. 10. W. 0. work on reclaiming this aero ho Viars has purchased n VIctrola but an instruction to Iho greater fected by boiling water and not ah .Miss Luetic Lackey has day. in good lime gathering corn very ill. which Is giving great enjoyment to work yoil may do laler on in doin,' lowed to lie around exposed. Avoid Ralph Fnrnicr, relumed home from Madison County this line weather. the use of common drinking cups tho young folks around here. LEE COUNTY Conlcy Flanery, Mr. and Mrs. S. II where she has been visiting her Mrs, your share toward the reclamation or glasses. Each should havo his . ..t me millions oi. acres or J A. Guinn has been very sick for mi ,1... ...in . Beattjvlllo Farmer and daughter, Thelma, and uncles, Sam and John Lackey. wasio Deallyville, Feb. 18. Widow Spircs Is land which nre an obstacle to the own towel and these should bo freMorlcy, Cravens, all of Lexington, Mrs. H. Metralf and Dob Price were Circuit several days. progress and development of our quently laundered. Students should Ezra Shep Court convened here Monday morn moving back lo scaffold Cane. arc visiting relatives at this place, married last week. be prevented from washing out V. I.. Farmer returned yesterherd sold bis farm on White Lick ing with Judgo James P. Adams I Small children are constantly ask- - country. their own handkerchiefs or other ink "Is This Meatless Day?" Miss presiding and Kelly Kash Common day to his home in Lexington after to W. W. West for $0,000. Lots J. II. Squires, linen iu washbowls used for washing a few days visit with home folks at Fannie Dowden began teaching at wealth's Attorney and O.E. Tyreo of Scaffold Cane people nro holding AGRONOMIST.' the fare anil hands. For Iho prosent, Mrs. George Ainyx, Stony Point Monday. A number of County Attorney. There were quito six days as whealless day. t Tho this place. laundering for the students who has been very poorly, is nd the children In that district have a large crowd in town, ns it was a Rev. J. W. Lambert preached at Fair MEASURES TO PREVENT MENIN all should be done in tho Collego Laun- View last Sunday, (hat being regu-JMcOcorge is the "mumps." Mrs. I. S. Gaines Henderson heauliful day, and some horse trad better. GITIS Iry and pieces to bo laundered (Continued from Page Tour) church day, also call day for a visiting home folks at Durning has been suffering with .rheumatism ing' look place on "Jockey Street.' to proveent further should bo carefully galhored nnd n week or so but is better alt D. D. Pendergrass of Ravenna was pastor for 1018; and (heir choice be- necessary Springs. Lewis Ward and A. 0. for wrapped and carried frequently to John Creech of in town Monday, having been out in ing tho Rev. L. D. Gooch, who has sprnd of tho disease. Frost left Tuesday for McKco whero this writing. There is often a rash hut this mav the laundry by those appointed for been pastor for about four years. (.hey arc employed to erect a dwell London made n business trip lo the country lo his new near East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else - , ar oil-w- ell ing house for our County Court Horn to Mr Clerk, R. M. Ward. and Mrs. Abe Madden, a fine girl Horn lo named Dolby Charlotte. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wright, a lino baby. Mr. and Mrs. Drown Farmer Georgo nro visiting at this place. Wyrick of this place left for Turkey Foot where he expects to seek em Roy Moore visited at ployment. y. Stephen Farmer's Hur rah for The Citizen and its many readers to-da1 Wednesday. Misses Lancaster Myrtle and Cclia Palmer visited friends in Stanford a week. The little twelve year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dain died last Saturday and was burled in the Manse cemetery. "The liltle baby of Mr. ami Mrs. Riddle died and was buried in Richmond. The parents of each have the deepest sympathy of the vicinity. Kin-nar- d 1 w, g. ex-jud- ge - POTTS' GOLD DUST FLOUR irs i