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Citizen (Berea, Ky.): February 28, 1918 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1918 cit1918022801_sn85052076 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Citizen (Berea, Ky.): February 28, 1918 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1918 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. I'llES BEREA C I UFI?EA IDENT ' S HE II E A COLLEGE KY 'IFF ICC CUM!' PUBLISHING CO. (INCORPORATED) WM. O. FROST, EJitrJ-Ct.l.- r II. WUtTENBERGER. M.n.Hnt Editor l ffi(rr4a iWftffct nl llrrra, Ky., a fctmH eta Vol. XIX. Fivo Cents per Copy. Devotadto t3ae Interests of tlie 3oxiiteiiii 3?eo;ple HlfflKA, MADISON COUNTY KlftTOCKV, KKHIU'AHV 28, 1018. Ono Dollar The Citizen IN OUR OWN STATE Iho largest court ilny hold hr Winchester for some llnio was on Monday. Mules sold very high, bringing from j?ooo to 8750 n pair. Knowledge Is Power and ta way to keep up with modern Knowlcge Is to read a good Newspaper. per Year. No. 35. Win the War This war is going to be won by doing a lot of things that ought to be hurried up anyway! Plow deeply, plan your crops, save the waste, eat the right things, and so help the boys at the front. And the winning of the war will make the world better than it has ever been. We shall have some laws of nations, and some ways to keep the peace that will make lawless nations afraid. U.S. GUNS BATTER GERMAN TRENCHES j RICHARD J. DAVIS 1 WORLD NEWS Set Apart Time for the Meeting The great Protracted Meeting that was deferred because of the epidemic, is coming on all right; with the same great preacher, beginning March ioth. Be there There will be a busy week meanwhile with games and contests that have been deferred, and the bringing up of lessons. 1 American Shells Arc Sent Over to Mfly yotuiK men tfrnm Letcher Germans in Ratio of County left Whiloshurg Monday, Three to One nhonrd a special I.. & N. train for Camp Taylor, Louisville, where, they wfll go info training camp. The delegation from Knoll County join- BOMBARDMENT NOW INTENSE ed (hem nt llaznrd. - In an address to tho llcichslag Ihe Chancellor of Germany, Von Herding, suggested tho possibility of a peace and repealed his agreement with President Wilson's terms in nl least four points. Germany is evidently trying lo Inko advanlnge of her new Ilussfnn ntlvnnco lo force n pence on the allies, hut with littlo prospect of success. ' r The Iweiity-seve- n men called hy German Mortar Kills Three, Woundt tin draft- left Winchester for Camp Four Penning Men Raiders Are Dispersed British Bag Many Xachary Taylor. Before leaving, they were presented hy the I). A. II. Aircraft Take Teutons. Willi comfort hags and lunches. Chicago, Fell. 25. On the American The town of Heller on Marrow- sector of the front In France the bombone Crook, made a record In tin bardment by (he big guns continues. sale of war savings and thrift! Oermnn raiders were dispersed by slamps, having just completed sales j American tin' while rnln hns nut a etnv, irnry luilt to the Intense aerlnl oi ?i,io. The ficrmnn armies nro advancing rosunasier iiaiiui will activity. A trench mortnr shell has continue to do his hit and push tho caued the death of three Americans hy rapid strides toward Pctrograd, and the wounding of four others. Richard .1. Davis Is the first Chris professing distrust of the Bolshevik! Last week, I wrote you a loiter pense, and it is all for the hcnellt sale iif the slumps. British nlrmen have accounted for tlan Science narnl chaplain nnd the and their acceptance of peace terms. through The Citizen, tolling you of your hoys and girls. If you take Two (f Gen. Hale's orderlies who nine more of the enemy's airplanes, only one who has been appointed thus They meet with littlo resistance exactly how the Meningitis situation them out of school at this time, the This accompanied lifin to Prance, arrived bringing their total for the last six far. him In Is the first photograph show. anil do not even think it worth stood at that time. This letter is money that you have spent will he ing uniform nt the. Boston navy Vflfilin,.,, Tntthln Mnm no , days to I nenrly 100.. There . has been no rntllll (o give you the latest information, lost, thousands of dollars that He- ifit uiuiiii ..in mil , In,, iil.li'l. H If llllil .viiii. in .1. illlieilKIYU uuinoinK of yard, where he Is stationed. Mr. Davis while lo retain the prisoners taken mr to encourage you to taku th rea has spent that your hoys and enthusiastic over tho reception ac- Oermnn airdromes nnd other targets, for a number of years lias been doing on tho way. Pelrograd is now un and great work among the men at the sta- der martial law, and the foreign proper course of action. girls might come, will ho lost, and corded the General and his start Three Killed In One Trench. tion, though not in nn official capacity. representatives havo left. hy the French people. It Is expectWo have had no new cases of nobody will he tho gainer. He bopes to continue the work sucMeningitis for two weeks and the Wo would not advise you to leave ed that Gen. Hale will reach tho With the American Army In France. local camp within the next few Feb.' 25. A trench mortar projectile cessfully among the followers of all will ho removed Sweden has taken advanlago of inarantino them In school for anything in the reu on one of our trenches today, kill fnlths In the service. and Iho College will con- world if we thought they would he days. circumstances to get possession of ing tnree and wounding four. the Aland Islands which have been tinue its unbroken work, IF1 tho suhjecled to any greater danger in Three American artillerymen has- parents will leave their children In Herea than ol any other place. Men Thai the administrator of the es- been largely inhabited hy Swedes, hut wounded. RIFLES controlled hy Russia.- Armed forces school and encourage them to finish ingitis is recognized hy medical tate of Mrs. Mary Lily Flagler Bing-ha- m ment was still The nrtlllery bombard MAKE more Intense on the will contest the operation of American sector northwest of Tout tho term. entered the Island' lo protect this' authorities to he a winter time dispopulation, and hnvo finally taken Let me tell you what the miaran-tln- e ease, as it usually goes with colds the Kentucky .Inheritance Tax Law) Night nnd day enemy projectiles are has done for your children. and grippe, and as winter is about was indicated Saturday in a report falling In towns and have been direct- - Enormous Production of Small possession. Sweden was once in possession of all the Russian terriWhile tho epiarantino was on, your broken, you can feci sure from that submitted hy L. W. Holls, vice en nt a number of strategical points, Arms In Ten Months. ine nnmage done hns been unlmport tory along the Baltic Sea. sons and daughters could not leave viewpoint that we .will not ho dis- president of the Fidelity and Connt, school, the County Hoard of Ilealdth turbed any more witlj Meningitis. lumbia Trust Company. The valuaU. S. Sends Three Shells for One. tion of tho vast estate was placed would not lot them. We continued The flraud Duke Nicholas, a sec We have not had a single death Our guns replied to the enemy with American Factories Break World's ond cousin ot the former Czar, of ur school work right along and since we havo been using our new at W5.322.00l.in. inree Miells for one, firing accurately Record for Manufacture of Quns, the students continued their studies hospital, and we have nearly 1700 Russia, is to he tried beforo a revo in rends and enemy works. Ordnance Bureau Reports. . Shell were dropped on a party of Thousands of persons in Louis just as though nothing unusual was students and 100 collego workers, lutionary tribunal on tho chargo'of ville Friday stood in the streets, on soen iiormnns repnlrlng wire entan. treason. He llgured in the earlier Inking place. The great majority whoe health we are Washington, Feb. 25. Seven hun.some were wounded nnd f tliem have lost no timo whatanil at windows and Elements, If there I any point you are not sidewalks dred thousand army rifles have been part of the revolution and was the rest scattered. Karly In the morn ever,1 and only a few losL a littlo clear on, ploaso call mo over long watched the most Impressive mlli favorable to a change of govern enemy rmrtv attemnted produced In the United States since iiik a tary parade probably over scon in to rnld small lines timo on account of tlio quarantine. distance telephone, or send a spe this country entered the war, accord- ment, hut not friendly to the radi our and was driven off It is true, we had no public gatherSoldiers by rifle nnd machine gun fire, nfter ing to n statement made public by the cal party tlTnt is in contro ot afcial delivery letter and I will he the history of the city. ings, such us united chapel, lect- glad to clarify your mind upon that from Kentucky, Indiana nnd Illinois wnicn nrtlllery fire chased them bnck ordnance bureau of the war depart- fairs. Fears of a restoration of the ment. During the week ending Feb- monarchy under German influence ures and entertainments,, hut tho point. You are the person with tho marched thru the streets nnd be ;to their lines. ruary 3 the dally production was 7,805 fore the reviewing stand in lilting class work was kept up. will doubtless lead lo a more sovoro, deciding vole, and it shall be cast Scottish Troops Take Germans. Enflelds nnd 1,442 Sprlngflelds, or a Your children are not afraid for continuing your cntld's educa celebration of Wnshlnglons birth total of 0,247 service rifles ndded to treatment of tho royal family. Indon. Feb. 25. "A successful rnld the stock every day. In addition the they know they are safer in tion, or for taking him out of srhool. day. was carried out by Scottish rnnn in Herea than any other place thev Recent reports indicalo a more government received 13,115 Itusslan Hoping you will think over tho the nelghborhoorof " nrray rifles during the week, making a active entrance into tho war by The wreckage of a mysterious Miys will go. They have started well in mailer and pray over it- - and let war ottlce reiwirt. "We ine d weekly rifle output of 72,152 Japan. Forces of Germans are be their work and the opening weather wisdom guide in your action, I am airplane was found near Camp a few prisoners. Prisoners also total weapons of this class. Zaohaiiy Taylor about 0:110 o'clock-- were brought In by our patrols ing organized as far east as Irkulz, is encouraging Tho for study. east of Figures on the American weapons Yours sincerely, Sunday night hy a county constable, Wytschaeto. The hostile artillery was fell planning and equipment of Herea in Siberia, and Japan has always off slightly the week ending Feblias cost a great deal of money. Our Marshall H. Vaughn, Secretary who immediately - called up the utme uunng tne night In the neigh ruary 10. while the output of Itusslan stood ready to guard the interest Health Department is n great ex of Herea College. headquarters of the 81th Division uornoou or tne Jlenln road nnd south riflea Increased, the total output for of the far east. Japan has coins A nfotor squad was sent out to make oi nouiliolst forest. nearer to recognizing tho Bolshc- the week of all types being 71,102. a search, but found no traco af tho This production, the statement says. viki than any other nation among SAFER THAN STAYING AT HOME graduate nurses, nnd an tinny of Tho machine GERMAN PROPAGANDA FAILED Is the greatest ever achieved by any (ho allies. former occupant. Nearly every large assemblage of under graduate nurses busy country In a slmllnr period of ten 1m ire the label of an Ohio manu Kaiser's Agents young people in our country this the health of her young people. She Tried to Produce So. months. It Is four times greater than The cordial exchango of greetings facturer. and was addressed h eiai Hevolutlon In America, Says the Hrltlsh output after ten months of winter hns had some deaths hy the has Just completed n 10,000 hos- "Ward Honin,. Louisville, Ky." An Carranza. the Mexican Secretary Daniels. wtir nnd twice as large as the British between mysterious disease called Spinal pital. Sho looks out fop their food, investigation President, and the German Emperor will he begun. output after 2H years of wnr. Meningitis. their baths, their exercise, so that V.i.1- - V.l. 1. "We have today," the statement on tho occasion of his birthday docs ...in, reu. .I . "i fay to you IWX) Among Herea's students when disease comes along they out or my deepest conviction, thnt in says, "a total of 1,300,000 servl e not seem to he in good lasto on the Indignant stockholders of the there have been 10 cases! hut not a havo power to stand iL And local bankrupt Gorman Savings Fund bor Itself hns more to win and more rifles. Only nbont 50 per cent of the part of tho professed neutral na.single death doctors. State Hoard or Health nnd Company Huilding Association at n to lose Jn this war than nny other troops carry rifles. We have In addi- tion. Goodwill toward the. enemy croup m uie united This shows the care Herea lakes the lied Cross and all our neighbors meeting tion 100,000 Knigs, called to outline plans to lamina, secretary orStates." Josephus rifles and some 20,000 100,000 Itusslan of tho United States is not tho way Hoss rifles, or a of her young people. She knows have helped. Rules have been fol- save the nnvy. what Ihey can from tho wreck I wbr converted from n confirmed totnl of about 2SO.O00 training rifles." to securo the goodwill of our counthey come from far nway homes, lowed and restrictions nnd quaran- ed company, adopted a resolution pnemst into n llvlnc. brenthlnir. fiht, nine cartridge production Is on a try nor the opening or our treasury and that each ono Is precious to the tine liavo been cheerfully obeyed. denouncing the laxness of the of Ing man by the knlser's unholy lust for similar scale, the statement showing for loansv Carranza owes much lo homefolks. And she holioves that And all (hose pains are now refleers in allowing Georgo L. Martin power, i believe nil Inbor wns so con a total of 7,300,000 was the dally aver- tho United States in securing tho ouch one has some important work warded! Sixteen cases and not a Samuel (Jnmpers. president age output in January. , place he holds. lo escape defection while looting verted. ' (o do in this world, so that each single death! Summarizing the work on rifles. It Is ui uie American Federation of Labor. Iho association's treasury. Henrv life s precious for our country and It is really true that Herea stu- Bosquet was iiiessnces were del vomit nt shown that $400,000,000 Is being spent Tho Irish Congress nt Dublin is named to tiead a com fbeimw patriotic rnnsi meellnc (r ihn for that arm alone and that 200 army the Kingdom of God. dents are safer hero than when mittee which will meet to deter American Alllunce for Labor and De officers, 80,000 men and 10,000 women very slow in arriving at results but Herea keeps two doctors, nnd two slaying at hoiiiel u mocracy nero. mine the future proceedings. are employed on tho manufacture of rumors appear, at times, that lend Daniels said that the failure of Oer rifles and cartridges. There aro two to the belief that headway is being CONTENTS Kvory business man should read mnn propagandists to lie un Amerl. government and three private plants made with tho hard problems that Actor Shoots Spectator the article on page six, "Wo Ask can Industries by strikes was far more making rifles and one government and have to ho solved. In the mean wiiiis enson, tlio nero' in an niner m mem than the IMionts' fall nine private making cartridges. PACE 1. tutorials: Win Iho War; the Attention of F.very Reader of time industrial changes or far reach ainature negro show at North .Mid ure to starve Kngland. lie snld Oer this Paper Today." We aro Set Apart Timo For tho Moet- -, ing importance have been taking dletowii, shot and killed Will Price, iimnj nopeo to produce n social revowith you for moro bushier. ing. Parents, Do Not Take NOW ON JORDAN place that promise much for Ireland who was in tlio audience, the lution In the United States by such BRITISH Yoiir Children Out of Sehool.-- -. You have goods lo sell and people as a result of the opening of fac"actor" was using a supposed blank sinKes. , ,. t Our Own Stale News; U. S. should know what you have. We cartridge, hut a loaded ono had been vtermnnys method of pnimeriniini. Forces Now Control .the Dead Sea and tories to manufacture the producU have spaf,o to sell; our only comboth labor and capital for war purHave Access to Rich News; World News. needed in connection with the war. modity. Wo reach people who can- accidentally put into the pistol. poses will not be prnetlced by this n- Lands.' PAGE 2. Departmental Columns. The shot went wild and struck Prico non, wanieis declared. not he reached any other way. fPho foreign trade or tho United PAGE' 3. Story: Gregory in the temple Fuller London, Feb. 25. Much Importanco Klnfoa lifiu un Inrcn flnrlnt- Model. "Huns" Scorn Law of Head J. M. Coylo A Co's now ad attached to the arrival of the Brit-li- i. III mat. r.. urui .uiim ii.i it ilo luuuw Moro Live Slock Undo on page foiip nnd unit lb Nations. Marshal Dodges Yellow Flag Ish on tho banks of tho Jordan. Ren- Republican Succeeds Democrat. watch out for Sum's Aim. tefs. Limited. learns from an authort- - pessary to e.xcrciso a control by 'When United Slates Deputy MarScale's Tailorshop Advertisement Trenton, N. J., Feb. 25. David " means oi iieunse, nils is iiol equal PAGE 4. Locals. noxt week. Wo havo lino .display shal Joseph Jackson arrived nt Uutrd, a Republican of Cnmden, was tatlve source. Oeneral Allenby's ad to an embargo hut makes possible Owonsboro with a batch, of nine appointed by Governor Kdge ns United vance from Jerusalem was carried out plates for all kinds of business and PAGE 5. Local News Articles. senator to succeed the lnte Sen- under great difficulties. It was made tlio reduction or inessential proyou should get In on this plan of Federal prisoners and learned that States Heron College Honor lloll. during heavy rains and when the Brit ducts and confines tho trade lo esator William Hughes. it saves you wrlljng tho Daviess County juil was quar- until tho successor of Ho will servo ish bad to march over hills com sentials, it is likewise a means of PAGE 6. Mountain Farming: Seed advortlslug; Senator Hughes, antined, those unable to give bond to Corn Precautions; .Manure Test; "1"' n"'- be elected In November, qualities. parable only to masses of slippery holding hack products from noutral soap, were taken on to Henderson, where 8enator Hughes was a Democrat. Cincinnati Markets. Homo Do- - General Allenby's force is now en countries whoso loyalty to tho allies Next week we aro going lo give Ihey woro locked up. Tho men unpiirtinont. Cleanliness the Right camped along the Jordan, which prob- - wo suspect. conHand of Health. The Won-- 1 you n lino article from (ho pen of der arrest were indicted "in hly is fairly high. The British now EW N. Y. WOMEN REGISTER control the Dead sea and have access derjul Value of Health. Professor Robertson on "Loyalty." nection with the llriug upon United Huild Th oro is no standard recipe for Stales troops guunling coal mines Up the Virtues in tho Children., tel your "mental digestive organs' the rich lands east of the sea. "victory bread," the only require- -, at Clay. Their trials will come up Enrollment Falls Far Behind That of They also menace the railway running ment being Hlml'" clearing them of Les-I- ,l PAGE 7. International S. that it must contain not in May. Men in Every District Don't toward Damascus, while tho country moro than S0 of wheat flour, tho Temperance Tulk. Hoy parlylsin for this article. son. Care to Vote. has better roads than that around Je" remaining 20 being composed ot The Housewife and Scouts. rusalem. Plans top the nerial mnil route Hefore the war Iho Navy's Hureau corn meal or corn flour, rice, potalo tho War. New York. Feb. 23. Women did not between Washington, Philadelphia. show any great eagerness flour, or other cereals recommended to register PAGE 8. Kastern Kentucky News!of Iilonlyleulloii lad Iho flnger-Letter- s. Princess "Pat" Made Colonel. hy tho Food Administration. "Vic.print records of 300,000 men. In tho anil New York conlcmplnlo the use so they could vote In tho special elecOttawa, Feb. 25. Her royul high- - tory" pics or carrying tion which will be held to nil vacan-cle- s ot machines capahlo and doughnuts, which (last year the number has Increased :i(M) n In thu house of representatives neks, Princess Pntrlclu, has been appounds of mail u distance or 200 at u,,mit 000.000. In taking tho expenditure- - or Iho-pointed as houorary colonel lu chief of contain not less than one-thiTho annual miles without slop. A special post from New York city districts. In evflour, may be sold on wheat- record or tho Nnvy United States for candy is approxi- - ""Kfir-prlery district the enrollment of women the "Princess Pats" Cuuadluu Infantry, age rate would he charged not exaccording to a Loudon dispatch to neu- less days if tho samo recipes are i01'llit 1,10 "impressions, or all 10 $100,000,000. ' fell far behind that of men. ceeding 2S cents an ounce. ter's agcucy here. lingers are obtained. used throughout the week. Parents, Do Not Take Your Children Out of School HI 700,000 The Ifolshevikl, through their leaders, I.onine and Trotsky, havo notified Ciermnny of their ncccpt- nncc of the peace terms dictated to them and recently rejected. They hope hy this means to slay the Oermnn invasion of Russia. The treaty requires tho surrender of an immense strip of llusslnn territory and (he payment of four billions of dollars indemnity. I I - g. se Monchy-le-Prcux,- eap-ture- h 1 I1 ii r.,.i ' - '' rd non-whe- nt Pago Two. THE CITIZEN I February X, 1118. University Column THE TESTING TIME STUDENTS mon. FOR Academy Column A SLACKER Normal Column has relumed to Ileren after n visit with his mother In Pulaski County. Doctor McAllister attended the National Conference on Rural Education nnd Country Lifo in Washington City last week. Ho nddrcss- ed the Conference Thursday afloi- noon on the subject 'Tho Making of Rural Tonehers and Rural Leaders In the Endowed Colleges." It is to bo noted that Derea was tho only Kentucky school represented on tho program. Derea's work in rural oduratlon is receiving wide rccog- nltion and Doctor McAllistor is do- ing much nt this ,timo to bring this recognition from nationnl leaders. Senate Dill 193 has made a special order for Tuesday of this wook nnd before this is printed the result of tho vote in the senate will be known. This is tho bill, as most of our readers will remember, which provides for Stnto recognition of private schools that nrc training teachers for service in tho State, The following linos sung to the tune of "Dixie" are becoming very popular in sclr.Klf, and public semblies. Extra copies with words and music may bo secured for the asking nt tho Normal ofllco: I'm glad I live in the land I live in, Dost to get and best to give In, Hip Hoorayl Hip Hooray! Hip Hooray! Mr. Van Hook cr, UNITED STATES CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATIONS Foundation Column A GREAT DAY "CLEAN UP DAY" By Miss Pearl Mitohell I'licrc is u thlp in Hie affairs of Which (nkon nt its flood loads on to victory: Omitted nil llio voyngo of life N spent in shallows nnil in misories." The majority of students nit) nmig nnd to lUom, iorhaps, no testing limo lias como wliorcby to prove tliolr strength. Now ts the limo for such to ' Measure himself by himsoir ami deride to which class ho belongs. We must consider the indisputable fart that "a chain is no stronger than its weakest link." It is Just as truly applicable to ourselves. Who cannot stand a tost like this wo are passing throug'i proves the weak link between that for which ho may become and his " will to attain it. No hotter time will come to many of you to show your appreciation of what Derea College ia doing for its students continually most particularly through tho trying time Just past. Some have gone; others will go just as soon as the quarantine is lifted, and to what? Do any of you live in town or country entirely free from disease and death? No whero vouhl you have hail better care than hero and while 10 cases of meningitis have shown up, not one death has occurred. How many of you could have had the treatment with such splendid results, at home, as here? Insufflclency of Fame. Robert Louis Stevenson, says the Philadelphia Record, was not the only celebrity who had found fame rather than substantial achievement. "I would agree," he wrote, "that Gladstone was the author of my works for a good ten ton schooner and the coins to keep It on. I know n little nbout fame now; It's no good compared to a yacht." RICHARD A. learned to see the more clinrmins and pleasant side of such'a life, and I to appreciate being a part of this t great cause io which millions of Americans are dedicating tboir lives. It makes a fellow feel that he belongs to a great country and great tilings aro at stake when ho sees "ion from every walk in lifo flood- ing the camps from every direction, 'both "Hilly Yanks" and "Johny TO THE NEW SOCIETIES Dear Drothers of tho Adolphic, Robs." to fill their places to which and Sigma Tau Literary Societies, they liavo been called. Tho Christian atmosphere is far We, the girls of Aelioian, take this method of expressing to you our better than I ever thought it could sentiments regarding tho important bo in an army camp; yet there are step which you havo just taken. In many who do not take any interest the first plape. wo congratulate you, i the religious services. It was on the names you havo chosen for my privilege to bo ono of tho chart-yomembers of a new soldiers' or-t- he societies. Wo sincerely hopo-c- r names will stand for so much ganizalion known as tho United that they will always bo remembor- -, Soldiers' Christian Society which ed as a largo part of your Academy is a combination of all young just as tho name, Aolioian, llcs societies. Wo havo weekly will never ho forgotten by nny of meetings following tho order of tho .young people's meetings with which her loyal members. n familiar, The only way to make a society y boom is for each member to attend Wo had Mel Trotlor, of Chicago, regularly and tako a special interest, with us a few days; who is said to in the programs. Even tho our so--, be next to Hilly Sunday. Other is not as tood as it would bo mous ministers haVo been with us. if every member would do h e bit.'Our Y. M. C. A. secretaries aro a Richard Allen Blount, son of R. E. Blount of North! Carolina, who cap- - those of us who arc faithful are do- -, "no lot of fellows and aro untiring their efforts for tho soldiers, while ing everything possible to have in- tured 30 Germans Camp life is nol so bad as wo fighting with the foreign legion at Ver-- foresting and instructive programs.! dun. Young Blount Joined the foreign Wo aro not altogether disappointed ''avo heard it was. Tho 20,000 mun legion over a year ago and has seen in Camp Johnston are nearly ro either, because Professor Peck heavy fighting. ited us Saturday night and said wo all volunteers. Some call us "drat I had an excellent one. Of course, dodgers" but tho ono thing that wo "slack-mea- nt wo do not really know that ho aro proud or is wo arc not anyhow ho said it.01,s" We "oliovo that it is a it. but for a strong young man with it was becauso he was not one depending upon him to ovule slighted in our original valentino jtho draft in any way. This is tho j)0X mat-nig- ht We are Imping that some warm w wo Sammies reel about tho tw. Delievo me. I can never, desiro we will get a chance to peek clothes again don oivillian under tho blinds, and sco ono of wo hnvo mado saro tho things WIh-'ti- ll vmir nmmm i,nrriei nut i vn ..rnni cupnnaa nti,i rnnid wo hold most sacred and most dear, Yours for U. S. A. in your work, wo remain , progress 8Y8TEMATIC PLAN. true friends. One single advertisement does not Your Aelioian Sisters. Dear Dorea Friends: Your unreserved kindness, genmake a campaign any more than ono single cannon shot makes a battle. If uine sympathy, and failhrul pray-o- rs Barley Long Used as Food. you were to read one advertisement by havo been a great help to mo The use of barley ns a food began a local dealer and not see another by long before tho days of I'llny, the his- during tho early days of my him for a long time, you would not bo You who so tenderly ' torian, for he refers to the fact that It much Impressed. Even If be advertised at long Inter- was tho most ancient aliment of man-- 1 anil devotedly performed tho final vals, you would not pay much atten- kind. The Greek athletes wo wero services to my boloved wife, you tion to him. But tho man who has fre- told were fed almost exclusively on!wno lmvo g0 earnestly endeavored quent messages of Interest for you gets barley for It wus perhaps to this sin U help mo bear my sorrow, you I you Into the habit of looking for them. gle outstanding fact that much of thejr mailt j lini-j-ikvlniiiLnl uaa.una uaiuiiuvu AviitiAolMta lwi wnn.lprfnt hhiwmi wnit ilniv And In following this theory, bo advertises (Exodus 0:31) wo find that sympathy, all have my sincere systematically. lie maps out a definite the Bible lasting gratitude. Sure- plan or campaign. Ills announcements the ancient Egyptians cultivated bar- thanks and ley extensively. But our eurllest ly God will bloss you for those appear nt regular and frequent Interfood vals, so you know when to expect them knowledge of Its first use us a yeurs things, Such bonovolcnco shows uaics dock over iwo mousunu very plainly that tho Spirit of end will, therefore, look for them. It was lie adopts a stylo which remains before tho Christian era, whero by the Christ still lives in tho lioarts of widely used for that purposo characteristic of alt his advertising. people mun. Pleaso conlimio to pray for of northern Asia. Each advertisement has a certain Inmy motherless boy and for ino. yet something dividuality about It, and Gratefully yours, System. that Identifies It with him. Joo Van Hook. His Wife "What If I do take a litHo may use a peculiar style of Illustration throughout his advertising or tle money out of your pockets while maintain a uniformity of general ap- you're asleep? It's the only way I can pearance that distinguishes It from get any out of you." Tho Efficiency Granite Production. other advertising at a glance. Dut Expert "I'm not complaining. I'm onThe granite produced In the United whatever its distinctive feuturcs may ly asking you to ring up the amounts States In 1010 was valued at $17,418,- be, be uses them constantly and at on this cash register so I can mail 382, 22 per cent of tho value of the enthe proper charges." regular Intervals. tire stone output, BLOUNT ur pco-work fa-eij single-handed , vis-i"ebe I of silver he left us, Just for a ribbon to stick in his coat." These are the words of Robert Drowning, spoken nearly a century nun, mid wore supposed to have been n stinging rebuko to Words- worth for leaving his party. Upon beimr ituoslioned Drowning denied (bis but admitted Hint he really did use Wordsworth as n model. Drown- ing was incapable of doing an act so small as this and it can only ho lliat he was gazing intently into the future nnd pointing out tho Judas lenriots that nro corrupting the character and destroying the morale of the youth of our country. We have them thcro is no de- living it. Some do not get tlio "Hand- fill of silver" they do not need but just the ribbo'n to stiok in their coats. Dut it may be said that Judas Iscnriot had some good in him, and I take it for granted that ho did and that Christ knew all about it. yet Christ could not employ tho recreant who, just for a handful of left his party and his con- victions. Judas Iscariol was novec taken into tho confidence of Chrjst the second limo. If we are to gain tho undying praise of our fellow men wo must llrst know that wo aro right then do tho right as God gives us the power to see it. It is not tho Royal Family that can best put tho ribbon in tho coat; a man's worth to his fellow men will determine his mcr-'lt- 's its and the joy from glad hearts will he as the ribbon in tho coat. men America is needing men. with red blood who arc willing to light. The man who volunteers his service to his country and is will- ing to go anywhero tho enemy may be found and light him Is a patriot. nut tho man who, tho exempt offers his service on condition that he will! never be sent in hearing distance! the Krupp is no more a patriot than tho ordinary slacker, and should Kb told so when he offers himelf un in the hypocritical pre-- ! tense of servine his country. Do a man! If you are a patriot you will go when your country needs you nnd serve where you aro best fitted even tho it bo in tho trenches or in tho air as it mav be. "Just for a handful Stenographer and Typowritor; StC' nographor or Typowritor (Male and Fomalo) Departmental Service. Vacancies at Washington, D, C. To Be Held By Miss Grace Ogdeu On Saturday, tho fairest day Ky., on March Thai nature ever gavo us, Wo folks lined up, yes ono and nil 11, 1918, Beginning at 9 a. ni. To cure this ".Meningitis." at Borea, i U. S. A. Old Uncle Sam's my best relation, Makes mo feel I own' this nation, Hip Hooray! Hip Hoorayl Hip Hooray! J U.S.A. the U. S. A. forever, Hoorayl Hooray! 1 thank the fates that tlxed my. dates In the U. S. A. forever, Hooray! i say, The U. S. A. forever, I say, Hoorayl The glorious stales forever. E. MILLER WRITES TO BROTHER KNIGHT Our camp lire is much more cn-joyabio than at llrst; for wo have ROBERT of The United Slntes Civil Service Deforo tho breakfast boll should Commission nnnounccs Hint open ring, competitive examinations for sten We bado our linens scurry; ographer-typewrite- r, stenographer, And toward tho busy laundry mom or typewriter, for both men npd Tlio pntterlng feel did hurry. women, Departmental Servico, lo secure ellgiblos to 111! vacancies nt At seven o'clock, wo nil began Washington, D. C, will ho held nt To enrry out our Ireasuros; Urn city of Derea, on the date, ami Anil on our campus what a scone! the timo named above. Twin ono of life's great pleasures. All .competent persons are urgod lo enter this examination, as thoro Hods, dresses, oontf, klmonns, shoo. is little doubt but that nil those Of every slo and color, who rocoivo eligible ratings wil bo All hanging ul upon tho lino-- No germ win e'er recover. tendered appointment. Tho usual entrance salary for lhee poslt'ons ranges from $1,000 to $1,200 a year, WVd bang lliein up, and ' down they'd como; the War Department mnking all appointments at Sl.tOO with promo- We almost lost our patience; tion to $1,200 ofler Ihreo months' Dut props and ropes wore soon nt hand Occasionally sntisrnctory servico. (hero is opportunity for appoint- So we offered no resistance. ment at somewhat higher ontraiico We washed Our windows, mopped snlaries in the caso of persons who and scrubbed examinaattain good ratings in tho Tho transoms, chairs nnd woodwork: tion and who have had high-graWILLI.M J. HARRIS A teachers eye was over nenr secretarial or stenographic experi- No one would ever dare shirk. ence. Full information in regard' lo tho When noontide came, wc all ran copo nnd character ol tho examidown nations is contained in Form 112-1- , With anxious, tired faces; for Instead of feast. wo found corn-brea- d, for Applicants "Information Stenographer nnd Typewriter Examinations" edition of July, 1017. Spagettl and molnsses. Attention is invited to tho supplemental reglstors established from Ami when our rooms wore spick nnd span, these examinations, mentioned in And sprayed to kill diseases, Announcement No. M Applicants must have reached We bathed ourselves from tip to loo their 18th birthday on tho date ot Tis cleanliness Hint pleases. examination. Applicants must be examined in At Iasl the supper boll did ring; the State in which they reside, and Each one was in n hurry. havo been actually domiciled in And tired too, from daily toil, such State for at least ono year pre- Dut announcements mnde us merry. vious to tho examination, and must The social given us was great; have the County Ofllcor's Certificate Forgetting tired fooling in tho application form executed. We played some old familiar games It will ho necessary that the ap- -l Until Vetalia called her mooting. plicant furnish a typewriter, which should bo sent to tho examination We wish to thank you, one and all. Who aided us in cleaning; room in advance of the examination. Tho exact location of tho ex- Our words cannot express our thoughts, amination room may be ascertained at the postofllce. It is believed Our hearts are full of meaning. suitable arrangements can ho mado Dut when this quarantine is raised with local typewriting concerns William J. Harris, chairman of the And walls no more surround us; or commercial schools for tho renfederal trade commission, may resign Ool grant that ne'er again wo'll that position soon In order to oppose tal or loan of machines. The appliThomas W. Hardwlck of Georgia In cant should also bring with him a Of "Spinalhear Meningitis." the race for the United States senate. not more than two photograph years old. Tintypes, group photographs, or proofs will not be accepted. These examinations are open to all citizens of tho United States who meet tho requirements. In view of the, needs of the service, subjects of countries allied witli tho United States will bo admitted to tbeso provided they nro examinations, otherwise qualified. Such persons V may not bo certilled for appointment, however, so long as them When Business Needs Yon Most, aro United States citizens on the eligiblo lists. Conserve Your Energy Applicants should at onco npply for Forms 301 and 1121, stating the title of the examination desired, to When success means straining nerve tho Secretary. Sixth U. S. Civil Ser force to the utmost vice District, Cincinnati, O. Applications should bo properly executwhen minutes given to your affairs are ed, excluding tho modicat certifiprecious cate, hut including tho County Ofwhen your strength is the driving force llcor's Certificate, nnd filed with tho of your store or factory or farm Secretary, Sixth U. S. Civil Service District, Cincinnati, O, in timo for then you must have a motor car. him to arrange tho examination. It is desired Hint tho applicant show on tho briof of tho application A motor car saves valuable time saves that ho Is applying for tho exami your vitality during business hours. nation covered by announcement de Last Saturday was cloan up day for the Vocational Department or Derea College. Tho clothing was llrst carried out nnd put on wires lo nlr and sun, then the rurniturn was moved out of each room, tho room thoroughly swept and wnshod with water and lots of soap, and then this was rewasbed with water containing a generous supply of disinfectants. Every article in carli room went through tho same process of eleaning, and when lliey wore dry, the bedding, furniture, and occupants' belongings woro enrried back to the'r respective places In (lie dormitory after lining thoroughly aired anil cleaned, nnd wore "set i iplit" ngaln. Next, after oery room, hall and enllro Ifusn had been cleaned, every person In II was requested to olonn up to "match" his room. Since those steps were (nkon to further the cause of destroying the meningitis germ, I would like to tnke each one of my ronders to Kentucky Hall and other buildings occupied hy the Vocational students, and let them look and then boar them say they had never seen n cleaner place. I am quite sure they would leave with this thought: "If a genu over did live there it is gone now." y SWllfs'peFi3in3 No. 3. Secretary, Sixth U. S. Civil Ser- vico District, 403 Government Duilding, Cincinnati, O. Issued: February 21, 1018. The Meaning of "Unique." Charleston. S. 0., ia very definitely two things: It Is old, and It Is a city. There Is the story of a young lady who asked n stranger If ho did not consider it a untquo town, writes Jullun Street In Collier's Weekly. Ho agreed that It was, und Inquired whether sho knew the derivation of the word "unique." When she replied negutlvcly ho Informed her that tho word cume from unus, m'cuulng "one," und equus, meane ing, "a borso;" otherwise "n town." This tale, however, Is u libel, for desplto the general superstltlou of chambers of commerce to the contrary, the estate of cltyhood Is not necessur-ll- y a matter of population nor yet of one-hors- And after business hours provides recreation and vigor giving outdoor enjoyment that helps you in the dally battle. V The economy, durability, and mechanical of the standardized Maxwell car Eerfection proved so conclusively they are accepted facts. now The Maxwell is tha car without a peer for the man who is working under full steam. Tturinz Car $74S Roadtttr $745 1 Coup $1095 Btrfint $1095, Sidan with Win Whah $1195 F. O. 11. Dttrvit SCRUGGS & GOTT DEALERS H commerce. Berea Kentucky ' The State or It "Flobby always boasted that whea he married be would never live with his wife's people, and that Is exactly what he Is doing." Not exactly; ha Isn't living with them he's living on 4em." . 0 February 2W, 1918. TUB CITIZEN I'ngo Thrco. SMSM "HUNS" SCORNED LAW OF NATIONS Use of Civilians This Is nn Invitation to n service In memory of CO men nnd women from one pnrlsh, of whom all hut two were killed by the Hermans In the massacre of August r nnd 0, 1011. The closing leniences nr! "(lentlo Heart of Mnry, bo my refuge. TRYING TO GET IT BACK MORE LIVE STOCK, UNCLE SAM'S AIM Experts Consider Methods That May Be Used to Encourage Production. ACCESS TO MARKETS NEEDED Investigators Believe Shipping Organizations Are of Greatest Aid to Small WAV.V.VW.V.W.V.'.VAW.W, ' lit 'it as Hostages and for Screens Part of Devilish System. "Our Lndy of I.ourdcs, prny for us. "St. Joseph, patron of Belgian, pray for us. i ii i 0 '.0 Gregory Fuller, Model it By FIRST MADE USE OF IN 1870 At That Time It Was Condemned by the Civilized World, but the German Military Leaders Have Never Abandoned It. Ample proof that the march of the German armies through Belgium was marked by massacres and cruelties almost beyond belief is given in a document made public by the committee on public information, from which the following is taken: In Belgium nnd The innssncrc northern France were n part of the German system of frlghtfulncss. Another fonturi' of this system was tho use of civilians ns hostages anil for screens. In discussing the use of hostages the Oermnn War Book (Krlcgshrauch Im Lnmlkrlcgc) says; "Ily hostages arc understood those persons who, ns security or hall for the fulfillment of treaties, promise, or other claim, nre taken or detained by the opioslng state or Its nrtny. Their provision hns been less usual In wars, an n result of which some professors of the law of nation have .wrongly decided that the tnklng of hostages has disappeared from the prnrtlce of rlvlllzed nations. . . . "A new application of 'liostagc right' was practiced by the German staff In the war of 1S70, when It compelled leading citizens from French town and villages to accompany train nnd locomotives In order to protect the railway communications which were threatened by the people. Since the live of peaceable Inhabitant were, without any fault on their part, thereby exposed to crave danger, every writer outside Germany has stigmatized this measure ns contrary to the law of nations nnd ns unjustified tont "St. Ilardelln, pntron of the parish, pray for us, "Salnto Ilnrbe, pntroness of .kindly denth, pray for us." After rending such ghastly accounts, many of them written .by German eye witnesses, nnd knowing that similar talcs were published widely In the Herman newspapers, It Is difficult to read with pntlence audi words ns these: "The Herman nrmy (In which I of course Include tho nnvy) ,1s todny the grentest Institute for moral education The 1'rencher Have the races ever The Herman soldiers nlone nre thoroughly disciplined, nnd have never done anything fur you? The Sport Well, they've made me so much ns hurt n hair of a single Innocent human being." Houston Slew-nr- t more economical, for onu thing. Chamberlain, In Krlegsnufsdtze, "War Essays." OH! PITY! "We see everywhere how our sol diers respect the sacred defenseless- ncss nf woman and child." I'rof. H. Itoethe. In Deutsche Iteden In Schwerer Zelt, "Herman Speeches In Difficult Days." Hostages' Lives Hung by Thread. "In order to Insure sufficiently the safety of our troops and the tranquil ity of the population of Helms, tho persons mentioned have been seized ns hostages by the commander of the Herman army. These hostages will be shot If there Is tho least disorder. On the other hand, If the town remains perfectly calm nnd quiet these hostages nnd Inhabitants will 'he plnced under the protection of the Herman nrmy. "Till: HENEUAL COMMANDINH. "Helms. 12th September, 1011." Ilenenth this proclamation there were posted the names of 81 hostages and n statement that others had also been seized as hostages. The lives of "What did Percy do when Vivian all these men depended In reality upon the Interpretation which the Her- Refused him outright?" "Went right home an" hnd a good man military authorities might give to the elastic phrase, "the least disorder," cwy." In the proclamation. Hugh Hlbsnn. In n Journal from our UP TO HIM. I.egntlon In Ilelglum. page LSI. explains what was likely to happen: "Another thing Is. that on entering n town, they hold the burgomaster, the procurenr du ml. nnd other nuthorltles I ns hostages to Insure rood behavior by the population. Of course, the hood lum class would like nothing better, than to see their natural enemies, the defenders of Inw nnd order, Ignomlnl-- 1 ously shot, nnd they do not restrain themselves a bit on nccount of the j hostnges." Diary of Bombardier Wetzel. "Aug. 8th. First fight nnd set Are to several villages. "Aug. 0th. Bedimed to old quarters; there we searched nil the houses and shot the mayor and shot one man down from the chimney pot, nnd then we ngaln set fire to tho village. "On the ISth August Letnlle (?) cap- tured 10 men with three priests be- cnue they have shot down from the church tower. They were brought Into He- - Couldn't you learn to love me? the village of Ste. Marie. She I could Mart to Icarn here, but "Oct. nth. V'e were In quarters In the evening nt Wllleknmm. Lieutenant you'd have to take me nbrond on a ItHdfels wns quartered In the mnynr's hone moon to complete the education. house nnd there had two prisoners (tied together) on n short whip, nnd In A NATURAL RESULT case anything happened they were to ' be killed. "Oct. 11th. We had no fight, but wc en tight about 20 men nnd shot them. (From the dairy of Itombardler Wetael. Seeond Mounted Battery, First Held Artillery, Beglinent No. 11.)" The Hermans nlso found It on many occasions to Secure civilians, both men nnd women, who could Im forced to march or stand 'in front of the troops. o that the countrymen of the civilians would 1m compelled first to kill their own people If the resisted the HermoffM. This usage I Illustrated In the following: Letter of Lieutenant Eberlcln. In tho world." in & Osbornjonci t tff 1917, '0 (Copyright, by the McClura per Syndicate.) high-backe- Newipa-- I Producer. At this time nbove nil others, It Is pointed out by experts of Uncle Sam's department of agriculture, better marketing facilities nre essentlnl to the Increase In live stock production, especially In the South, which Is desirable from every point of view. Various methods of Improving tho present Rltuntlon fn this respect linvo been tried out. Among the most Important nro the organlzntlon of shipping nnd marketing clubs nnd of locnl live stock buying companies, the establishment of local packing houses, the custom of holding live stock sales n ndvertlsed dates, nnd the use of locnl Ice plants In curing fnrra meat. Shipping Dest. Of these. In tho opinion of experts lH. wards the Inhabitants of the country." Clunn to Frlghtfulnets. Although their deeds In the Franco-Prussia-n war had been universally condemned, ns they themselves admitted, the lenders did not Intend to abandon such n useful measure of frlghtfulncss. In L'Intcrprcto Still- talre the forms were provided for such nets In the next war. Doth In Belgium nnd In Trance the German hnvc constantly used liostngcs. Tho evidence Is contained lu tho proclamations of tho governing nuthorltles nnd also In the diaries of the Oermnn soldiers. A few example from these will Illustrate the system which was imploycd. A specimen of the arbitrariness nnd cruelty Is furnished by tho proclamation of Mnjor Dlcckmnnn, from which tho following sections nre presented: "After 0 n. in. on the 7th September, I will permit tho houses In Grlvegnee. nnd to be Inhabited by the persons who lived In them formerly, ns long ns these permit) nre not forbidden to frequent then localities by ofllclnl prohibition. Prominent People Hoctages. Beyne-Ilcusay, x "In permit will not be nhued. nnd the burgomaster of Beyne-lleusaof Hrivcgnee must Immediately pro-pa- r lists of prominent persons who will lie held ns hostage for 21 hours each at Fort Floron. September fl. 1011. for the first Mm (the period of detention slndl be) from 0 p. in. until September 7 nf midday. "The life of these hostages depends on the population of the communes remaining quiet under nil rlmmistances. "IMiring the night It la aeverely to show nnr luminous signal. Hleveles ire permitted only Iwtween 7 n. in. ami R p. m. (Herman time). "October 7. 1014. "From the llt which la submitted to "Hnt wo arrested three other civil me I nil ill I designate prominent per ians, and then I had a brilliant Idea m.iis who shall be liostt.ges from noon w gave them chairs, and we then or-one dtiy until Iho following midday. ,i,,m lh,,, , nn(1 ,it mlt , ,)ia It the aiileMtiitc I not there In due inMdlo of the Bttwt. On their part, hostage mnst remain anoth- pitiful entreaties; on ours, a few blows tlm. the er a I hour nt the fort. After these from the butt end of the rifle. Little 21 hours the hnstnga will Incur the by little one becomes terribly callous IM'tmlty of death. If the subatltuta falls nt this buatneaa. At laat they wore to appear. nil seated outside In the atrret. I do "I'rleHts, burgomaster, nnd the oth- not know what Hngulshed prayers they er iuinhT of the council nre to be may have said but I noticed tltat their tnken first na host aires. hands were convulsively clasped the "I Insisr that all civilians who move whole time. I pitied these fellows, but about In my district . . , show the method was Immediately effective. their respeet to tli Hertann oIHcer by "The Uauk flro from the houses taking off their, hata, or lifting their quickly diminished, so that we were hands to their heaiU In military salutt. able to occupy the opjMislte house and In case of doubt, every (tortnnn thus to dominate the princljwl street. must bo. saluted. Anyono who Kvory living being Mho Miowd hluwelf doos not do this must expect tho Gor- In the street was shot. The artillery man military to make themsolves re- on Its fide had done good work nil this spected by every inecitm." time, nml when, toward seven o'clock Hold Small Nations Have No Rights. In tho evening, tho brigade advanced 'Tho fate that Ilelglum has called to the assault to relieve un I wub In down upon herself Is hard for tho In- n iMisltlun to retiort that Saint Die dividual, but not too hard for this po- hnd been c! oh rod of tho enemy. litical structure (Stantsgeblldc), for "Later on I learned that tho tho dofttlnlcs of the Immortnl great naof rosorvo which entered Saint tions stand so high that they cannot DIo further to tho north had tried the but have tho right, In enso of need, to sauio experiment. Tho four civilians d btrldo over existence that cannot whom they hud compelled In tho sumo themselves, hut live, ns parasites, wny tq fclt out In tho street were upon tho rlvulrles of tho great." I'rof. killed Ity French bullets. I myself saw II. Oncken, In Suddeutscho Monntsheft, them lying In tho middle of tho street (South Herman Monthly.) near tho hospital. Would they hnvo dared to defend "A. KURIU.KIN, such a policy If they could hnvo seen "Urst Lieutenant." the announcement sent out by tho pnrLetter published on tho 7th October, lsh of St. Hudelln with IU ellent 1014, In the Vombendhlntt of tho Muuchner Ncuesto Nachrlchten. y alove-ineii-tlone- ortlr to be sure that the above-mentione- d ii nt , of wd-dl- ruftj-mc- console him. Down there nt least he wns unobserved, or thought he wns, nnd he could be sure thnt Mnrgery wns snfe. Ho hnd little reason to feel Jealousy, for, except for his erstwhile companion who had gone home for the week-enGregory wns about the only eIlKlble 1in,0 , the commllnIty, "Do you know, I think there must ,, Rnmeti.inr tvrnn ,iirn. trth tIonS- u wflg the Bhr,u treMe of Mrg-jones-t- ho angular blondo lndy with the i)C,iinmonded Angers who sat next t0 Margery. "I have followed them Mnrgsry. fnlthfully bound off thirty-tw"So much the worse for hoarding es for tho head, knitted five ribs, nnd houses," rejoinder. was Gregory's Brings Higher Prices. then set on thirty-tw- o stitches again, "Somehow I feel thnt If It hadn't been Tho Immediate roMilt of this move- - and will you look at tho size of tho for those women, especially thnt duchess, you nnd I would have made ment. It Is said, has been higher nrlces neck?" Margery besldo her compared her up long ngo Itut with their eyes on paid by local butchers, and their willingness to pay cash for live stock, In- own nearly completed sweater with us, how could we? Margery, do you stead of Insisting thnt payment bo her neighbor's. "Mine Is Just the same think my ears nre so nwfully big?" made by extending credit to tho pro- size. I took It for granted that the This with nn emphasis on the "you" that Indicated that no one's opinion ducer. Incidentally, the operations rules were right." "I!ut I can't get It over my hend nt but Margery's counted. of the compnny have shown that live "Boarding houses nro dreadful," stock can be bought nnd shipped to all," exclaimed Mrs. Smith ns she the Inrge markets, and n number of seized Margery's sweater nnd tried to Margery cooed nfter assuring Gregory thnt his cars wcro Ideal. prlvato dealers have undertaken to pull It over her blonde pompadour. nny "Of course you can't," reproved the "Then don't let's live compete with the compnny. This hns. n more. Let's get married and have a nnturnlly. stimulated live stock pro-- 1 duchess, pausing as she counted o twenty-foues "twenty-three- , cottnge of our own." In the surrounding country, e "Gregory, how lovely I" with your hair done over n rat nnd similar methods are do- About that time tho p'ortly dtidiess signed to nfford tho 'fnrmer easy nc- - of ctn,rso J'our lieai1 ls lurEer than n clad In her black clilnu silk bath robe cess to tho lnrgo , outsldo markots. ,UHIIS. ' You don't witnout mem no is prncttcnuy ue- - thing." gasped suppose I do such n tiptoed across the hall to Mrs. Smith's Mrs. Smith. "Though I room. Mrs, Smith was removing the pendent on the local butcher nnd tho local dealer or shipper. In selling to will admit that my hair ls very thick rat from her bountiful blonde buir. "It's done," exclaimed the du. hess, the butcher frequently little or no at- and tlint may tako up more room. Itut tention Is iwld to market conditions. oven If my hair Is full, don't you think "I knew It when he started to wind Hogs and cattle are slaughtered on n man's ears aro big and would tako hor yarn and they're sitting mir on numerous farms when the weathor the extra room in slipping it on? I al- the wooden bench now. Well, I'm mighty glad. A boarding house in no turns cool, with tho reeult that the ways think men's ears are very big." "I liave noticed that Mr. Smith's place for youug people like that anymarket la glutted. This means low ." sweated the duchees. still count- - way." prlcea. which the "fanner must accept "It takes you to be n mateh maker,'" If we could only try tho "sweater sighed Mrs. Smith, and then, as sh mm extent. It ls suggested by the de real partment's experts, n remedy for this on a too man." sighed Mrs. Smith. brushed out the golden switch that she my husband la n travel-- 1 had Jrrst unpinned, "It's "you were a situation may be found In better meth- Ing man. bad He's the only husband In the wretch to tell them all I wore q rut ods of curing meat, at uom, and also house and he la away." But I'll forgive you this tli.ie." by taking advantage of the refrigera"Uut there nre other men," suggested tion facilities afforded by local Ice Mrs. Van der Iiuyden. Lime Water. plant. "Not Mr. Fuller." gaaped Margery. Lime water does not look unlike iltf at Pncle J happened when , "IMease don't let's ask lUm." She had ordlnury fluid which comes from tle NO POOR IN NEW ZEALAND the army fell Into ambush? aeen at least eight pairs of eyes cast faucet. It Is mildly bitter In its In the direction of the little wooden taste and Its properties are niitln4d IJttle Ethel Why. they were all scratched up. Greater Demand for Appliances That bench and It solitary occupant. It and astringent. It Is because of this was too late and useless to protect autlacld or nlkullne property that It Add to Comfertable Living Pre- for the portly Mrs. Tan der Hayden ls given lu mill, or plain water when dletod by Uncle Sam. AGED. had risen and beckoning with her large there la a tendency to sour stomach, ahe called: "Young nausea or vomiting. The sour or ntid A more widespread use of olectrlclty angular hand, In New Zealand ami a greater demand laan, Mr. Puller, will you step tlds condition la corrected and a Mll'ily for tho various appliances thnt add to WJ' " nd then, feeling tliat her word tonic and soothing effect exerted. comfortable living are predicted In n ws Inw, she sank down Into hor chnlr Unless one has on opportunity to get 6oventy-nInreport on New Zealand's markots for nsalo: "seenty.elght, pure, clean lime. It Is a bett r to buy electrical goods inndo public by Undo eighty." alio counted on. Hue water tlian to try to make It, Gregory roso nnj CIlmo up th0 Btops as It Is very tnexpetwlve. if. however, Sam's bureau of foreign and domestic 1 '19 porch nnd, as tho twonty-fou- r commerce. you wish to It at home, take Tho standnrd of living Is good In tho n9llea ceasod to click and half us two teaspooufuls of slaked lime and Island, snvs tho renorr. and Ihoro Is nn wny palra of feoilnlno eyes wcro lev- - add to one pint of boiled or distilled, "10 Iso In water. Lime used for tlds purpose absence of a poor class, but thoro nro '''d x,Pn Jllm' Ile somo modern conveniences of which 1,18 cneeiis ami under his collar. should be thnt prepared from marble "Von nro nn average-sizeyoung or chalk rather than the eowmeti build-intho pooplo hnvo not generally taken ""w't you?" queried the duchess lime. Ilxchaugu. advantage. In tho electrical Held this ''o wore asking u now gardener Is quite noticeable, n fact nttrlbuted ns In part to tho rigid requirements of tho whether ho could cut tho gross, What Did She Mean7 "Well, then will you let theso ladles Cougrusifiuan flro underwriters nnd In part to the Uloct Bill Smith trJsweaters on you?" wants me to get him n Job says that natural conservatism of tho people. Tllt'n I'10 tUne process began nnd ho voted for me. Of tup totnt Imports of $2,300,000 Wife And how can such a bone-hea- d worth of electrical goods In 1013, the 1,10 on,y consolation that camo to Oreg' United States supplied 15 per cent, ofy was 11,0 kuowledgo that Slargery expect to hold down a Job? England 05 nor cent. Gormany 5 Der wus "'""iing conruseiiiy una because cent nnd Sweden about 0.4 per cent. ho knew that the first sweater that was Hot Times. In 1014, during which the wur inndo tried on him was made by Margory'i "These a'mos uru making It w'urw futr bauds. e Itself felt on bhlpplng, tho total Imfor tho motorlhts." "Yes, I think his ears stick out u bit, Wa 'Site Is ns old as tho hills, ports wcro vulued nt $2,1!10,000, of "Yes; they are either gottlng roast- I i hint; khe Is older than which too," commented Mrs. Van tier Hny- ed by .vellutho United States contributed tho public or scorching I hem den, "but theu I supposu tho average inie of 14.4 per cent. n shipof the department, ping Is one that Is being most generally adopted In the United Stntcs, nml (tin nnn mnef nf nnatilnr. ntlon. Associations for this "purpose have met with marked success In the middle West, and nre equally well ndapted to conditions In some parts of the So.uth. They cnnblo the small producer to ship his nnlmals to centralized live stock mnrkets at no grcnter cost of transportation than Is paid by the denier who ships In cnrlond lots. In this way the farmer Is made Inde- pendent of local buyers. Another grent ndvnntnge, It Is pointed out, of such associations Is thnt they nre simple In organization and require no capital to do business. In one Mississippi city the board of trade has crented n somewhat more vuiuyiejL uri:iiiiiuiiuii, 111 uiuui n .t. , , .,, country with n good locnl market for their live stock throughout the year. A company has been organized with n palrt-Icnpltol of ?2,500, provided by locnl business men, In the hope of Increasing production of live stock In tho section. No dividends nre paid nnd the operating expenses of tho company nre reduced to the minimum. On two dnys of each week throughout the ycor the company buys live stock for cash nny sized lots at prices which are tho equlvnlent of those prevn ling nt tho lnrgo centralized mnrkets, less the cost of sending tho animals to these ,..,,.. rock-- , There were twelve Ing chairs on the boarding house ver- anda, and In each of those chairs sat n woman, varying In age nnd figure nil r the way from the lassie, who sat bolt upright, with her clinbby bare legs crossed tailor fashion under her, ns she laboriously piled tho stitches of n wnsh cloth with her rosy fingers, down, or rather up, to Mrs. Van dor Hnyden, who looked ns we who hnve never seen n duchess nt close range Imagine duchesses of three-scor- e and more nil do look portly nnd haughty nnd serene. She was knitting nn aviator's helmet. All In nil, there were twenty-fou- r needles clicking, nnd, snvc when some one stopped to count stitches, there were hnlf ns many tongues gently wngglng. I No wonder, then, that the two un- nttnehed innles whom unkind fate had condemned to abide In the one boarding house In town preferred to smoke their pipes and read their papers on the wooden settle down by the gate of the old house. Except for the fact that they were doomed to share the same bench In this ostracism, there ttle In common between Oregory l uuer nnu 11,0 otner young man, who sought to entertain nnd Impress flregory with his Eoclnl conquests In his homo town. Still, when the young man went' for n week-ento thnt home town, presumably tp score n few more triumphs, Oregory felt doubly oppressed In his ostracism; and without knowing Just '"w things stood between Oregory nnd Margery Drake the little twenty-year- old school teacher thnt sat up there In the third chair from Mrs. Van der Hoyden nnd knitted sleeveless sweaters you might have wondered why he did not seek some other place to spend his Saturday afternoon than down there on the hnrd wooden bench by the fence, six-yead w n knots." "Thank you," murmured Oregory. nnd ns he looked up at Margery's face he caught Just the suspicion of n twinkle In her soft brown eyes. Perhaps It took ns much courage for Oregory to do what he next did ns anything V hnd ever done before In his life for It does tnke more courage than some men possess to say the first words to the girls they love when some quarrel, groundless or otherwise, has broken the cord of their friendship. At nny rate, when he had finished hold ing Mrs. Smith's ynrn. he deliberately took n skein of the same sort of gray yarn from Margery's work bog, and there, before all the boarders, said to Margery, "Now, let me hold this for you. I nm better thnn n chair; Mrs. Smith will vouch for that." The rest was ensy enough. Margery wound the ynrn very prettily, and thanked Bregory with all her old when It was done. There were more socks and sweaters to be tried on and more ynrn to be wound for the other women In tho twelve chnlrs. And so passed Gregory's Saturday afternoon. Somehow he managed that evening to nsk Sfargery to stroll around the block with him, nnd then they sat together on the little wooden bench by the gate. "Thank fortune tomorrow's Sunday," Hregory said. "You won't have to knit then and perhaps I can get .you to go up the river n little picnic would be good fun this tlmo of the year." "Ilut we can knit for soldiers on Sun day," Insisted Mnrgery. "Even Mrs. Van der Hayden says so. Her minister told her It made n difference." "She's n cool proposition," Hregory murmured. "Yes, there nre nlwnys people llko her In every boarding house," replied soldier might hnvo the snmo defect. B remedied the trouble In my boys mnde them sleep In ear bonnets when they were little." Here she tugged of Gregory's features and got the swenler over. Then tnklng It off ngaln "nnd now my good mnn will you wait n minute till I try this helmet on you. Klrst, I mut count the stitches to make sure I hnven't tost one." "Would you nwfully mind tnklng off your shoe," n quiet little lady In blnck piped up. "I'm not nt nil sure about the length of this sock." Oregory wns still obliging, nnd tried on several pairs of socks and then n pnlr of wristlets, nnd flnnlly Mrs. Van der Ilaydcn's helmet while his dnrk locks, usually lying ns close to his bend ns n duck's fenthers to Its bnck were disheveled and tnwseled, nnd he wns limping with one shoe off, for the duchess hnd given him no tlmo to put his shoe bnck again. "It's funny we never thought of get ting you to do this before," Mrs. Smith snld cheerfully. "You have seemed lonely down there. Oh, would yoi nwfully mind holding my next skein n' ynrn? I can use the bnck of n dials: but I'm sure you would be lots more Intelligent about keeping out the s7 Y o stitch-n,nrkct- In-'e- stltch-ductlo- r, twea-Thes- ..... - i tick--Wh- ' e, W '." - d ? ' Poire Four. TUB CITIZEN ANOTHER DAIRY RECORD IN PROCESS ( QUARANTINE MAY BE LIFTED NEXT FRIDAY MORNING It seems now that no ense of 9- - February 2rt, 1018. LOCAL PAGE NEWS OF BEREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED VARIETY OF SOURCES FROM A ; Dean & Stafford REAL ESTATE Bank & Trust Bldg. Berea, Ky. SEED CORN TOR EXCHANGE Have a few hushels of Early Yellow Dent Seed Corn which I will exchange for good feed corn. M. L. Spink, Heron, Ky. UNION CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS Best Blacksmithing Scientific liorso shoeing, lino iron work and repairs of alt descriptions nt the College Blacksmith Shop, Main Street, north of Tho Citizen Ofllce. ad. Wo SELL hats and sell thorn right. Mrs. Laura Jones. ad. Paul Muncy, (he only son of Mr. and Mrs. John Muncy, has been very ill. Pn viding the quarantine will he lifted the following services will he held: Sunday School at D:ir as usual. Preaching srvieo nt 11.00 by Dr. Mead in the absence of the regular pastor: followed by Communion service. .Christian Endeavor will resume its good work nt 0:15 p. m. in the Parish House. BAPTIST CHURCH ANNOUNCE- .dins. Almey, who occupied Mrs house, has Dannie Bnumnman's moved. V. 11. Brannaman and family of Silver Creek will move there tho 1st of March and he will be llrst trick operator at the Depot. G. K. Kly and family leaves this week for Oklahoma where they will make their home this year. House for rent and some lots for sale. Dr. S. It. Baker. Ad, S. T. McGuire, who has been ill, is now again at work. Mrs. Durard Gott has been quit. ill, hut is now improving. A train load of soldiers of the Aviation Department from tho West passed thru Berea Saturday after ty noon nt o'clock for a Southern port. Leo Berry of Conway is working second trick operator at the Depot for this week. .Mr. Noel of the Union Pacific Ilaiiroad from Cincinnati, was hero Inst Thursday. Mrs. L. .Muncy was unable- - to be about this last week. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Harrison and daughter arc ill with the small pox. Fine thorobrcd Jersoy cow for sale. Came from Lincoln Institute Three years old. Forrestor Ralne, Ad-3- 5. Berea, Ky. Mrs. Thomas Carter, a missionary from China, will address a called meeting of the Student Foreign Volunteer Band in tho Parish Houso at 0:30 p. m.. Tuesday, March 5. Tire meeting is open to all. J. V. Cowan, of Nashville, Tenn., i3 in tho city looking after oil in tercsts in tho surrounding country H. C. Campbell and H. E. Anderson, of Youngstown, 0., being interested . in Hie oil prospects in the surround ing country, are putting- up at Boone Tavern. Slato Poultrymnn A. F. Cliapin is in town working up new interest among tho chicken club boys and girls for tho summer. Miss Anna Smith, of Bellevue, 0., returned to her work in President Frost's ofllco the 20lh. The Boy Scouts entertainment is deserving of your patronago March 10. If you want an evening of en joynient don't miss it. President and Mrs. Frost return ed from Orlando, Fla., Saturday lasl, in much improved health. Their many friends aro rojoicing over their return and their restored health. Howard Wood, a former Berea College student, now of High Bridge, is visiting his sisters who are in two-thir- MENT Services in the Baptist Church Sunday as follows, providing the quarantine bolifted. Sunday School at V:V a. in.. John F. Dean, superintendent. Carefully graded classes fop all ages with separate rooms for every class. Preaching at 11:00 a. m., by the pastor, the Rev. E. H. English. Everybody i most cordially invited to attend these services. RED CROSS SEWING ROOM AT MRS. ERNBERGS The Red Cross sewing room will lie open at Mrs. Ernberg's house at one o'clock, Thursday, tho 28th. Work will be resumed and continue each day. The hospital bed shirts are Hearing completion and should be sent off as soon as possible. Let all the workers turn out each day and get this work finished in the least possible time. BROTHERS FURNITURE FIRM K. II. Muncy, wjio has been with th Si E. Welch Department Stores MUNCY m for some years, resigned his posi tion in the Furniture Department and in company with his brother. FurJohn, will open an niture Store in the Clay Biiildiiv--' at Richmond, next door to "Joe's." Tliev will onen un with entire new stock about the middle .March, when they will welcome their many friends to their now stand. MR. TAYLOR LEAVES FOR FRANCE Berea College loses another pa triotic spirit in the departure of Howard E. Taylor as ho leaves for his new work with tho Y. M. C. A. Mr. Taylor exin the Trenches. pressed himself in surprise that the officers of the Y. M. C. A. shoutd come all the way to Berea to select him for this diflicult (ask. One ne'eds not wonder at this when his ability to manage big affairs is known; as it is known by his friends in Berea. His work at the front will be the business management of the Y. M, C. A. from Paris to the Belgian line'. He will come in contact with dif ficult problems as well as dangerous school Hvery citizen of Berea should take in the Boy Seoul.s' entertainment the lOlh of March. It will help and do you a world of good and make you feel young again. Clare Canfleld and Oscar Hayes returned tho last of the week from a much enjoyed vacation, at Orlan do, Fla. B. W. Hart lias nioed into tho Stafford house on Jackson street Don't for anything in the world refuse to buy tickets from the Boy Scouts when you are solicited. Their entertainment will bo wortli many tiinos what you will pay. Hemember the date, March 10. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor left for New York City last Thursday from whence Mr. Taylor, will sail for Franco at an early date. My ollleo will bo open after Friday from 8:00 a. in. to 5:00 p. m. every day and all tho llmo oxcept Sunday; and Sunday too, if neededj .s. u. jiaKor, Dentist. aii..;io. ANNUAL STOCKHOLDERS MEETING Born Tailoring Satisfies j Mr. Taylor Tho Annual Stockholders Meeting of the Berea Bank & Trust Company will bo held in tho bank building Saturday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock, March 2, I DIR. A full ntlondanco is urgedt ad.-3- 5 ones. He will wear the uniform of a captain in tho army bearing a red triangle; and will havo tho privileges of suoh an ofllcer. His many friends hero wish him good luck ami a safe return. aro that ho The probabilities sails today from New York. Mrs. Taylor will remain in Now York ul least till Mr. Taylor readies his destination in France. Her nddrc-- s Hotel Latham, 'M street and tTtli uvenue, Now York City. Mr. Taylor's headquarters will be nt Paris and may be nddntssed Hue D'Aguos- scan. Meningitis will occur within two "Ready weeks. If this Is so quarantine will be lifted next Friday morning, Final announcements about the lifting of Hie quarantine will be mnde at Hulled Chapel on Ibis com-fo- r lug Friday morning at the usual ' . hour. 0:.T0 a. m. ' Town students who have been oi lj LIBRARY NOTICE nn1 w,, lraw ,nk, With Hie lifting of tho'quaran- - r treatment enter tuny required tine, the Library will open as usual Friday morning, ..n Friday, March I. All books that vln have been out more than two weeks' VmcU student wishing to cKf must present to ins are to be returned by Friday noon.."1" On Saturday, lines will be required I),,n" n '"rtlflcnte from the llegis-a- s UMial, beginning with Frldav ,ri,r tatittp that he has received, treatment continuously beginning afternoon. Eiiphemia K. Corwln, Librarian. " '""'"'''U' veiling. I ebruary 20. toj Friday morning, March I. Those iii,t.ii who cannot show .limit i I'Viriu f 1" "I 149th INFANTRY BAND WIN must continue the treatment until HEAT APPLAUSE they have received two weeks' Jl KB you ready for a business opportunity Suppose that to On account nt tho closing of all treatment; or. ihe'y must have new ' AX morrow you sco a chanco whereby the investment of show houses nt Haltiesburg, Miss.. cultures taken which show negatie ,000 would start you on the road to an inuopenueni A Government Ilqcterioln- on Sunday, the Camp Shelby boys results. fortune. Have you the thousand ? PInco your surplus have solved the problem of enter-- 1 gist will lie at the College Murine cash in bank. Then when a choice investment offers you are tabling themselves. Instead of the latter part of (his week to tak. ready for it. There is an old saying that money makes monoy. leaving camp for amusements they cultures. It is particularly true today. Security, scrvico and courtesy arc are using their own talent; o'i Arrangements for suitable coach- our watchword. whieh it is said there is a plenty. ling w ill be made by the Dean of Community concerts have been each department. The Training started with programs consisting School will resume work on Tues- of music liolli instrumental niid'd;fj, March 5. V.. F. Iluinold. vocal and an address by some prom Among the bands inent speaker. of Berea College. which win great applause at these AUCTION SALEI limits, almost within a stone's entertainment Is the lUHh Infantry Having sold my farm I will soil throw. Ono-formile of tho GradPUBLIC SCHOOL NOTES Band, directed by our own J. Paul nt public auction, nt my placo 5 ed School and the district in sight miles north of Bcrcrt on tho Dixlo of Berea College, which is a ten Edwnrdy We applaud them at long E. 9. Dizney, Principal range. Highway, i mile south of Kings minutes walk away. Trustees closed school one week ton, tho old Cam .Lewis place, on This farm has two nice cottages ironi l enruary inn. ,ow wo are SATURDAY, MARCH 0, 1918 on it, ono n now four room house back again with n slightly decreasACADEMY-NORMA- L DEBATE At 10 O'clock a. m. Sliarp with metal roof, and ono a nlco five All of tho following described room collage. Farm also has a good, The Pi Sigma of the Academy will ed attendance. Public school is proud of its re property: debate the Fnion Literary Society big barn and necessary outbuildings, Horses A Mules 8 of the Normal next Saturday night, cord of taking care of the health of n good fenco and has a No serious pupils. sickness t Good Work Mules, J to 5 yrs. old, is all under is as follows: (its March 2. The line-u- p good well. An Ideal poultry farm; among the pupils thus far. I Gentlo Family Driving Horse, 8 splendid view of tho town and surAffirmative A new South Bend Maleablo Range yrs. old, Harry B. Waller (1st year College is given as rounding country. a permanent equipment I Saddle Horse, 1 yrs. old, Chester C. Brown (2nd year Normal to the school by the Clio Club. Wo Ono business lot on corner of I Sorrel Horse Colt, 3 yrs. old, Chas. C. Graham (3rd year Normal appreciate Chestnut and Boone street, adjoining the interest of the Wom Bay Maro Colt, 2 yrs. old. Negative the Gradnd School properly, and in en's Clubs that have more than Cattle 38 B. L. Williams (2nd year Academy' once shown their interest in mot 21 Yearling Steers of good quality, the center of tho business district, S. S. Huches (2nd vear Academy. substantial ways. the "best business lot to be had In t Full Blood Whito Faco Cows, In R. T. Congleton (2nd year Academ Berea, at any price." Mrs. Nancy Shellon took advant calf by Registered Hereford Bull, We. are glad to see tho interest age or the vacation to visit lie;' Two lots on Railroad street within Cows, in calf by Pollthese upper class boys are taking; lllsl)!Ulll at C.M) Sherman. Cliiii- - 5 Full Blood n stone's throw of tho now 135,000 ed Angus Bull, in tho younger fellows. It will be cot ho, O. 8 or 10 High Grado Red Heifers, all L. & N. depot just completed; lots good practice for the Academy boys nil have concrcto sldo walk running Mrs. Van Winkle joined the clean with calf. and will encourage debating in Bo- - ing force Ihursday morning that tho entire length of them, aro suitHogs rea. The senior Academy societies, disturbed dust and dirt of too long 10 Good Shoats, weighing about 150 able for business or dwelling. are arranging for a debate with the standing in and about the schod Will be sold at a bargain if taken pounds, Louisville High School. nt once. If interested call on or premises. Shtep write D. II. Smith. Berea. Ky. Miss Bowles entertained the Busy Good 3 year old Ewes, ad.-3- 5 Bee Club. of girls from the seventn Good No. 1 Buck. grade last Friday eve. Machinery Tho date for the new school flag I three in. Old Hickory Wagon, raising will ho determined as soim I Fodder or Manuro Wagon, as the quarantine is lifted from the I COLLEGE PROTRACTED MEETINGS Cultivator, College. I CONTINUE, Harrow, Miss Martha Dean is back at her 'Hie Rev. M. II. Williams, who Drag Harrow, pot enjoying the glad welcome of 3 gave such an cITectivo start t Cultivators, and pupils. i teachers our Protracted Meetings n month t Roller, ago, will lie in Berea again to conI Shovel Plow, SENATE BILL NO. 191 tinue the work. These deferred Kentucky Wheat Drill, Whereas a bill has been intro- I Osborno Mowing Mnchlne. meetings will begin on Sunday, duced in the Senate of the KenMarch II), and will continue for Hay Rake, tucky Legislature, known as Semite 2 Turning Plows, eight days, closing Sunday night, bill No. 101. which provide, for tho t Buggy, .March 17. .All our neighbors and segregation and care of the feeble friepds are invited to voine Set Buggy Harness, minded, and and Join us and and share the good 2 Sets Wogon Harness, Whereas such a bill if enacted things of this great gathering. Mr. Dodge Automobile, good as now. into law will greatly raise the physWilliams is now in the midst of n Corn, Hay, Etc. ical standard of the people of our About 300 Shocks of Fodder, great series of meetings at Camp State and place Kentucky in tho Somo Hay and Oats, Taylor where many of our friends front rank among other states in About 1500 Bushels Corn, are. He has a message for every this important matter; one. Good Healing Stovo, The Clio Club of Berea. Ky.. begs Other things too numerous to menthe privilege of presenting the foltion. lowing resolution: Terms of Sale: All sums under F. L. MOORE'S Therefore, be it resolved, by tho S;'0, cash; on sums of ?20 and over, Clio Club through their executive a bankable noto with good security committee that we heartily approve will bo taken, payable, in six month?, said Senate bill No. 191 and respect- and bearing six per cent interest fully urge our Senator and Repre- from date. FOR sentative at Frankfort to do tho C. B. MOORE, Owner First Class Repairing utmost possible to secure its en- Berea, Ky. R. F. D. No, 1 actment into law. ad.-3- 5 AND ANo: Resolved, that we send a Fine Line of Jewelry ' copy of these resolutions to our FARM AND TOWN LOTS FOR SALE Representatives in tho Kentucky MAIN ST. BEREA. KY. PRIVATELY ff.a.u'MiWir nam Legislature. Ono (arm of forty acres located at Executive Committee, Clio Glut). M. WIDES Conway, on tho L. & N. R. II. seven Mrs. O. E. Porter. President, R-orMrs. T. .1. Osborne, Secretary. miles from Berea. This farm is all the General Dealer, gives notice that lovel, wofl watered, with creek run- Scrap iron and other Junk have advanced in price. Wanted, 30 Can R. R. TEMPLETON WRITES FROM ning through It; is under fonco and or More I in good stalo of cultivation. About! Scrap Iron. Heavy CooDar. Llaht FORT OGLETHORPE "Am located in the Medical Of- ten acres in grass, ten acres sowed Copper, Heavy Red Brass, Heavy Yl-t- o B""' L'"ht B"" wheat and rye, has small houso ficers' Training Camp here at Fort choice Oglelhorpo as Secretary or the Y. M and barn. This farm adjoins tho CoIt Hides, No. 1 Sheep Sklni; Rim, C. A. The work is full of interest L. Si N. R. R. on tho west and tho j No. i Rubber, No. 3 Rubber, Auto. Casinos. Born garments are and opportunities for real service. county highway on tho east, houso A'8 t; nd oMrj at mb.uJT. All I need is n ray of sunshine from within thrco hundred yards of tho j correctly fashioned, this settlement has school, collego campus which I am the old faultlessly fitted and churches, and the best of neighbors, j one else m town. If you can't d- sure THE CITIZEN will bring." Ono small farm of twelve acres atil'ver, I will call for your goods, skillfully tailored glad to hear from Mr. We are s m Richmond, ky. Templetou and that he is in the ncrea, Just outsido of tho City good work. Is wonderful how It And Born prices many of tho boys In the servieo allow a substantial tliis "ray of sunshino" makes happv both on laud and sea. on i Supervisor of Advanced Registry Tests P. E. Bacon of ttio Slate Unl- versity is again nt tho Collego Dairy Barn, carrying on tests of two more of the thornhred , Holstcin cows. Thu far Ihey'nro doing belter than the three formerly lested. Look out another record breaker. Cash Talks. 1 Vice-preside- nt Berea National Bank th I i 1 11 1 li-di- so 1 1 1 ot 1 1 Jewelry Store woolen display The n stricted permits unre- L, high-depo- .iaying mlThSr' !" saving clothes hill year. (RttiJtnt your - FOWLS WANTED! Chicken Day to Farmers 2ic under for- the Born DtaUr) J. M. Coyle & Co. Berea - WANT A LITTLE FARM NEAR BEREA? I havo live, containing from 30 to 00 acres; somo improved with nice coltngo houses. Prices from ?30 to $100 Will pay Cincinnati top quotations on all fowls brought per acre,, Easy terms to tho right man. J. W. IIERND0N, Berea, Ky. - Kentucky ' On Monday Only of Each Week J. S. GOTT Berea - Ad.-3- 7. aco Kentucky $100 in Education Equals $1,000 in Land. $$ Fclinmry 2H. litis. TUE CITIZEN Pago Five. Dixon, Lieut. Elmer, Ft. Thomns, Ky. Dizney, Wnllcr ClarJ, Co. L, 1st Reg. A family Newspaper for all that It right, B. 128, Camp Dewey, Gt. Lnkcs, III. true, and Interfiling Dodson, C. P., U. S. Naval Training PntilUhnlcTrrrThurxlar at Ifcim, KrStation, 1st Oth Co, NowporL R. I. Heron Collcgo is proud of tho record of its soldier hoys. Thoy Imvo Dooloy, John F., Co. D, 330 Inr, Camp BEREA PUBLISHING cu. The Citizen Berea College HONOR ROLL (tncorpotaivd) WM. G. FROST, r.lilnrJn.ChUf CII. WERTENnFJir.ER. M.n.,i Editor Subscription Rates I'ArAllt.K IN ADVANCE One Year Hlii Month Thrr Monthi .... $1.00 IVi .IS or KxprrM Mnntjr OnW. Draft, llrirUtrrrO lrtlrr. or one arwl two cent iiUmpt. Th ilali aftr your nam on IMx--l liowi In whut data your militrrtiitlon la paid. If It la not Chanifed within thrr wrrhiaftrr rrnawal notify Mlailnir numlirrt will Iw are notlltnl. fVrut monry by I'ottHrffic ui. tMy auppllnl If we free for can receive The Cltlnen one year. AdrertUlnff rate on applleatlon. Lltirraltrrmaalvrntoany whoolitaln new form. Any one fmljnir ut four yearly Y. M. C. A. WORK IN CAMP Contributions made by residents (if Heron In lliv National Wnr Wink fmiil of Hie Army Y. M. C. A. which litis now reached .tV,otMKK. nre rtlready paying big dividends in tho lives of tint boy who hnvo kudo from Ibis clly nml eounly to receive their military trnining lit Camps Taylor and Shdhy nml other military points In tin; west and south. Arrnrdlng to advices reaching Intro this week tln Y. M, C. A. lulls in tlio hig ranfonmcnl.s never Imvo been so popular as during tin recent cold weather, when llious-nni- ls of enlisteil men were driven inside the buildings for their letter-wr- it gnmos nml nniusomeiiK inc. The cheery open the phonographs and pinnns, oks nml magazines, form a happy Viiiiililimliiui that spells "home'' to the boys away from homo. Practically every family in this community has received letters from Kentucky beys written on Y. .M. A. or Red Trinngln stationery which is issued without cost lo every man in uniform. At fitiuiij, Taylor recently a total of 17,822 letters were mailed by the Y. M. C. A. in n single month, nil of them having been written at the bunches in the nine Y. M. C. A. huts. Y. M. (J. A. accommodations havo bcuu provided alremly in more than 150 centers in Krnnce for the soldiers in Pershing's expedition. At tlio present time thoro aro inoro than 1,300 American Y. M. C. A. now in the war zone promoting for Uncle Sam's hoys Ihe same program they have enjoyeil 11 the hip cmnps in tlu country. VVIien the American troops look over their section of the French lighting front then were eight Y. M. (1 A. dugouts wailing for their exclusive use. These provided chocolate, sweets'itf all kinds, biscuits The lnl thing and nicknncks. American troops will gel before. Ihoy go over the top will be a cup of hot rolTet! or lea, a biscuit or two, some chocolate for emergenc.v rations and a word of cheer and inspiration from the Y. M. C. A. llro-plne- cs, a 1 FROM THE BUREAU OF INTERNAL REVENUE and it If your income is taxable must be a modest one to escape luxation under the War Revenue. Act don't wait to of October 3, 1017 lio nolilled that you must pay nil income, lav. The Government is not required to seek the taxpayer. The taxpayer must seek, the fiovern-mon- t. The Bureau of Internal Revenue, jvith Hut approval of the Secretary of the Treasury has extended the time for tiling inromo and excess profits returns from March I to April 1, 1018. 'You may (lie your return any time before April I, but if you wait until April 2, you are subject to a llne'of not less than 920 nor more than $1,000 anil additional asof the amount of sessment of 50 tax due. Returns are required of every unman or woman married person whose net income for I ho calendar year 1917 was $1,000 or moro nnd of every married person whoo net incomo was $2,000 or more. The rale of tax is at least 2 on nj)t incomes of unmarried persons in excess of $1,000 nnd on net incomes of married persons in excess of 82,000, Payment must bo niado on or before June ir, 1018. Tlio estimated revenuo to bo collected Ibis year under the War Revenue Act Is $2,500,000,000, or which $Myw,000 is in individual incomo taxes. Last year 500,000 persons paid incomo taxes; this year it Is ostimnled that the number will be. moro Ihan 0,000,000. If you aro ono of them, remember that your dollars nrn for Iho support of tho wnr. By promptly filing your returns and promptly paying your tax you nro helping tho Government to early violory. Pay your incomo lax In tho same spirit in which you bought your Liberty bond. Tho proceeds are for tho same purpose. k 4 Taylor, Ky. Douglas, Vco M., Ambulnnco Co. No. 2, Fort Logan, Houston, Toxas. Duncitn, Melvln, 22ml Squadron, Aviation Camp, Waco, Texns. Early, Clinton, 140th Inf. Band, Camp Shelby, Hatllesburg, Miss. Edwards, John Paul, Band Master, I40lh InL Band, Hatllesburg, Misj. Edwards, Corp. Thomas, Jr., Co. M, 5(5th Inr, Camp MacArlbur, Waco, Texns. Adams, Lieut. Tounscn, 140th Inf., Edwnrds, Robert, Officers' Training Camp, Leon Springs, Toxas. Camp Shelby, Hatllesburg, Miss. Adams, Lieut. Wiley, 149lh Reg. Inf., Engle, Stanley, Officers' Training Camp, Ft. Bcnj. Harrison, Ind. Camp Shelby, Ilallicsburg, Miss. Alcr, Antonio, 159lh U. S. Inf, Camp Fulks, Elliott L, Hdqr. Co. I49lh Inr, Ilattiesburg, Miss. Shelby, Ilallicsburg, Miss. Alford, Green B, U. S. A. N. S Pcn- - Ernberg, Olio, 149th InL Band, Hatllesburg, Miss. sacola, Flu. Amhiirgy, Denver, Co. M, 119th Inf, Fcnwlck, Leonnrd L, Camp Custer, Battle Creek, Mich. Ilattiesburg, Miss, Halloy, Frank, Red Cross Military Fcllon, Corp. Flavel L, Co. "A" 55 Inr, Chlckamauga Park, Gn. Hospital, Somcwhoro In Franco. Bally, Green, Radio Co., U. S". Navy, Fielder, Leonnrd, Hdq. Detach. 159 Depot Brgd, Camp Tnylor, Ky. Cambridge, Mass. Hallingcr, William II., Battery F, Fielder, William, Hdq. Detach. I5il Depot Brgd, Camp Tnylor, Ky. 312 F. A., Camp Meade, Baltimore. Mmuiery, Elmo, 08 Aero S. Squad, Mil. ' A. E. F, Via. New York P. M. liaison, Lieut. C. C, 1 10th Inf., Camp Flint, Sgt. Sherman, Fort Rodman, Shelby, Haltic'burg, Miss. New Bedford, Mass. v Uatson, Reuben B Oth Provisional Franklin, Harlan, 1st Co. C.A.C.. Co., 2nd M. M. Reg., Camp HanPigeon Point, Wilmington, Dol. cock, Gn. Henflold, Bracknol, H. Q. Co., Gill Foster, Samuel, Ambulance Corps, 10 M. O. T. C, Fort nilcy, Kans. llnf., Chattanooga, Tcnn. Hdq. Co- - French, Marvin, (Navy), 1042, 18th Bickncll, Corp. J. Paul, SL, Brooklyn. N. Y. M9th Inf. Band, Ilallicsburg, Miss. Ilillry. Cheerful, II. Co. Naval Hosp., French, Otis, U. S. Naval Training Station, Berkeley, Va. Portsmouth, Va. nirchflcld, William, Co. F., 20th Eng., French, Otlis J., caro Naval Y. M. C A, 107 Sands St, Brooklyn, N. Y. DIx Branch. N. J. Bowling, Grover, Camp Shelby, Misj. Frost, Lieut. Cleveland, 511 F. A, Branson, Jerry, Co. 81, Reg. 8, G. L. Camp Funston, Kansas. Gabbard, Scrg. E. Blaine, Ambulance ,N. T. S, Groat Lakes, III. Corps No. 12, American ExpedFlorldn, Boycr, Clarence, U. S. S. itionary Forces. Postmaster, New York City. Brock, John H, 2nd Tr. Brgd. Line Gabbard, John B, 330lh Inr, C. E, Camp Tnylor, Ky. 31, Kelly Field, So. San Antonio, Gay, Colson, Franco, via Now York. Texas. Brown, Cornell, Camp Taylor, Louis- (iibbs. Cei-if- : Camp Taylor. Ky. Oibbs. Warren. Camp Taylor, Ky. ville, Ky. Browning, Bcnjnmin F Somewhere Gillen, Roy, Co. L, 10th Inr, Ft. BenJ. Harrison, Ind. in France. Brashear, Dishman, U. S. S. Bridge, Godbey, Chauncey, Officers' Training care Postmaster, Now York City. Camp, FL Benj. Harrison, Ind. Camp, Buford, 322nd F. A., Camp Grillln. Lieut. Arleigh C, Fort Andrews, Mnss. Sherman, Chillcolhe, O. Calhoun, Qulncey, PI. Lee, Peters- Oriflln, Fleming It., M. D. Hdqs, Adv fee, L. of A. E. F. France. burg, Va. Campbell. Piner, Naval Tr. Sla., Co. Gross, Frank, Co. M. 4th Inf, Gettysburg, Pa. II, 2nd Reg., Great Lakes. III. Campbell, William, Chief Bugler, Gross, Orville, Recruit C. A. C, Fort Mott, Salem, N. J. 140 Inf. Band, Hatllesburg, Miss. Carpenter, Sgt. Rollins, Troop B, Mil. llnokett, H. W, 3rd Plat, 13 R. Co. S. 317, Ft. Thomas, Ky. Police, Camp Funslcn, Knns. Caudill, Sgt James B, Co. D, 316th ll.iJI, Lieut. John, M. G. Co. 53, Military Branch, Chattanooga, Tcnn. Engineers, Camp Lewis, Wash. Cecil, Capt. J. .! Troop B, 13th Cav, Ilaloy, Corp. Earl D, Ord. Dppot, 38ln Div, Camp Shelby, Ilattiesburg, Sanfordyce, Toxas. Miss. Chapman, Floyd, M. G. Co, 149th Inr., Hnlznk, George, U. S. Gen. Hosp. No. Camp Shelby, Ilattiesburg, Miss. 7 Roland Park, Baltimore, Md. Chapman, Henry Clay, 149 M. G. Co., Hart, Lieut. Joseph, Camp Taylor, Camp Shelby, Hatllesburg, Miss. Louisville, Ky. Chastccn, Ernest, 159th U. S. Inf., Barrel, Gordon, 10th Inf. Med. Dpt., Camp Shelby, Haltie?burg, Miss. Fort Benjamin Harrison, Ind. Chastcen. Jesse, 159tli U. S. Inr, Harrison, Creed, Co. 78, Main BarCamp Shelby, Ilattiesburg, Miss. racks, Paris Island, Port Royal, S.C Co., CUilds, Herman. N. Y. S. Hammond, Sorgt. Benjamin, 333rd Newport, R. I. Inf, Camp Taylor, Louisvillo, Ky. Childs, "Manly," U. S. S. Nebraska, Hays, Sgt. Earl T, 18th Co. 5th Tr. City. caro Postmaster, New York Bu, Camp Taylor, Ky. Clark, Claude, Co. M. 321st Inf, Camp Hays, Herbert, Musician,, 119th Inf. S. C. Jackson, Columbia, Band, Camp Shelby, Ilattiesburg, Clark, Walter. 31 InL Med. Depl, Miss. Bliss, Texas. Fort Collins, Charles, Med. Officer's Y. M. Hombree, George, Officers' Training Camp, Ft. Benj. Harrison, Ind. C. A, Fort Oglcthropo, Ga. Collins, Robert E, N. R. Sta, Co. 8, Ileckman, Walter W, Asst. Band Mastcf, 119th Inf. Band, Hdqr. Co, Norfolk, Va. Ilattiesburg, Miss. Collins. Samuel F, M. O. T. C, Post Hill, Ernest B.. Mason's Co. I, Camp Kr, Ft. Oglethorpe, Ga. Johnston, Jacksonville, Fla. Combs. Lieut. Sewcll, Camp Taylor, Hillinrd, D. Moss, San Pedro do Louisville, Ky. Macoris, D. R. Cook, Tom, 108 Fiold Amb, British Hillinrd, Dudloy, San Pedro do Exp. Forces, France. Macoris, D. It. Cornell, Joda, 1st Co. 113th M. P., Hook, John T., Caisson Co. 2, 112ht Camp Shelby, Ilattiesburg, Miss. Ammunition Train, 37th Div, Cox, Sgt. Edwnrd O., Co. K, 148th Inf , Camp Sheridan, Montgomery, Ala. Camp Sheridan, Ala. HolTnmn, Clarence, U. S. Aviation Coylo, Truo F., 30lh Inf. Band, HeadCorps, Columbus, O. quarters Cp, Camp Grcon, N. C. Crance, Lonoy, Camp Taylor, Louls- - Hoffman, Frank, V. S. Avintton Corps, Camp McArlhur, Waco, vlllo, Ky. Texas. Craln, L. G, 18th Co. 5th Tr. Bn, Hogg, Hnrvoy, Co. D. 2nd Ky. Inf, Camp Taylor, Ky. Hatllesburg, Miss. Cress, Rolllo, Co. K. 148th Inr, Camp Howard, Richard, U. S. S. Pennsyl Shorldan, Ala. Creech, Roy. 53rd Co, Naval Traiu- - vania, Postmaster, New York City. Howard, George, U. S. S. Pennsyl ing Station, Norfolk, Va. vania, Postmaster, New York City. Curry, Kvcrctl, 5th Co. Dol. C. A. C, Howard, John. Forward, Birclilleld, A. U. F. Franco, via Now York. Ky. Daniels, Capt. Irving, Co. 0, 509th Howell, Marcus, U. S. S. Goorgo Eng, Camp Troiis, Toxas. Washington, Brooklyn, N. Y. Davis, Sheldon. Hdqr. Co. 109th Field Hylton, Charles, U. S. S. Goorgo Artillery. Camp Hancock, Ga. Y. Washington, Brooklyn, Day, Kelley, Nnval Training Station, Hudspeth, Lieut. Rolph W, 333rd Great Lakes, 111. Reg. Supply Co., Camp Tuylor, Dean. Lieut. William, 330 Inr, Camp Louisvillo, Ky, Taylor, Louisville, Ky. Dogman, 0. O, Amb. Co. 144, Camp Hubbard, Lloyd, Camp Sheridan, Montgomery, Ala. Bovle, Ft. Worth, Toxas. Wlllard, Fort Stewart, Hunter. Harry S, Bait. A. 110th F Dommon, A, 32nd Div. A. E. F.. via. N, Y, P. Texas. M. Diamond, Aubroy F 1 18 U. S. Aero neg, E. F, Caro Adj. Gon.. Hunter, Hlnton II., 108 Co, 8th Squad. A. U. S. Marino, Galvoston, Toxas. Washington, D. 0. Dixon. Chester, Camp Taylor, Louis- Imrle, Lieut. N. A., 30 Coleman St, London, England. ville, Ky. answered tho call of our Country with tho spirit of men. Wo shall, always follow up their career with tho deepest Interest. Tho names of, some nro probably not on this list.! If any ono knows of n Bcrcn man in the Army whoso namo is not in! this list send in tho najno nnd ml- dress to Iho President's Office, Bcroa College, Ucrea, Ky. G'wwl fortune go with nil. J a -8 Imric, Jack, 30 Coleman St., London England. SMART PEOPLE BUY DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS Isaacs, Lieut. M. J, 320 F. A., Camp Taylor, Louisville, Ky. FROM Ison, Spl. D. II.,' Camp Shelby, Miss. Johnson, Corp, Clyde, 140 F. A. 41st Division. A.E.F.. via N.Y.P.M. Johnson) Stanley, Co. No. 45, Paris Island, Port Royal, S. C. loiies, Elam, 214 Aero Squad, Park-Hel- d, THERE IS A REASON Term. Jtne.s, Simon, Co. II, IOth Inl, Fort RICHMOND Benjamin Harrison, Ind. KENTUCKY Jenkins, Charles N, Supply Co. 36, 322 Field Artillery, Camp Sherman, Cbilllcothu. (). Hitler, Corp. Henry A, Co ,C, Fid. AMERICAN RED CROSS GRANTED Keffer, Lieut. Albeit II, A. S. S. C. Sig. Bn, Camp Taylor, Ky. LICENSE TO "TRADE WITH Camp Dick, Dallas, Tex. Roynolds, Taylor, Battlo Creek AmTHE ENEMY" Coltun-liu- s, Kelly, Burton. 0- - M. Depl, bulanco Corps, Allentown, Pa. Tho Ampricnn Red Cross has been O. Roark, Edward, 18 F. A. Med. Dept., granted n license by Urn War Trade Kiilln, E. L, Co. C, 147 Inf, MontFort Bliss, Tex. Board lo "trade with tho enemy." gomery, Ala. Robertson, Jackson, Co. C, 23rd U. S. This is how it cnnit) nbout: tho Kimball, Paul W, Co. i, Army ltd. Eng. A. E. F, Via. X. Y. P. M. privilege; or sending letters, food, Dlcbt., Camp Taylor, Ky. Robie, Carroll, Hdqr. Co. 149lh Reg. nnd money to American prisoners Kincaid, Bradley, Co. E, 330th Inf., Band, Camp Shelby, Ilattiesburg, of wnr in Germany lias been grant Camp Taylor, Ky. Miss. ed exclusively to Iho Red Cross by Lewis, NojIi, Co. L, 10th U. S. Inr, Robinson, Charles, Ft. Thomas, Ky. Hie German government Fort Benj. Harrison, Ind. Robinson, Fred, Hillsboro, O, R. n. 2. Gerjnany demands' a return for Lewis, Hugh, Camp Sheridan, MontForward. Ibis privilege. She nsks tho Red gomery, Ala. Robinson, James S, 01st Inr, Co. K, Cross to act a.s tlio medium through Linton, Leo S, Died at Camp Charlotte, N. C. wnicn iierman ratners and iqnthcrs 1918. Texas. February 3, Robinson, Miss Minnio Jane, Amb. can send a "word from homo" or n Lockin, Earl W, Reg. A. Recruit DeCo, Baso Hospital, Ft. Oglethorpe, remembrance to sons confined in tach. Co. 6, Camp Taylor, Ky. Ga. American prison camps, and to a Lynch, Sergt. Dora, 52nd InL Mil- Rogers, John L, "Over There." minor extent to her prisoners in itary Branch, Chattanooga, Tcnn. Rust, S. R, 305th M. G. Bat, Co. C, French nnd British camps. Martin, Sergeant Robert; Med. Dopt., Camp Upton, N. Y. This, in a sense, const itules "trad14th F. A, Fort Sill, Okla. Royse, Felix, Hdqr. Co. 330lh Inf, ing with' tho enemy." Thus it was Martin, Carlylo, Fort Lee, PetersCamp Taylor, Louisville, Ky. necessary lo get the sanction or the burg, Va. Sapp, Claud, U. S. Naval Tr.'Camp, War Trado Board for tho undertak- 313, Q. M. C. May. Bruce. Supply Co. Portland, N. H. ing. This has just been secured, N. A, A. E. F. via. New York. Sandlin, Floyd, U. S. S. Nevada, nnd the license issued. It gives the May, G. II.; 87th Aero Squadron. Postmaster, New York City. American Red Cross a blanket Bark Field, Memphis, Term. Sharp, Dcwoy F., 22 Aero Squad, authorization for communication Marlow, George, Co. 2, Squad. 335,' E.E.F, via Now York City, P. M with prisoners or war over the enAviation, Ft. Thomas, Ky. Sellers, Rudolph, Army Y. M. C. A, tire world enemy, allied, and neuMcCann, Homer, Reg. 8, Co. 81, Great Camp Sherman, Chillicotho, Ohio. tral. Lakes, IJI. Settle, Mark, First Machino Co, Ft. McCann, John, 300 1 h Eng. Corps. Bcnj. Harrison, Ind. Camp Taylor, Ky. Smith, W. J. I' Officer's Training NINE TESTS ARE USED TO PROVH PHYSICAL FITNESS OF MEN McComas, Batllo Creek Ambulanco Camp, Porto Rico. IN CAMPS Co, Allentown, Pa. Simpson, Green, Dewitt, Ky. ForMcGuire, Ben, France, E. F. Co. M, The director or atheletics at one ward. Oth Inr, Via. N. Y. Shorle, Serg. Braxton C, Co K, 148th Army camp has arranged a program McGuire, Lee, U. S. Naval Radio Inr, Camp Sheridan, Montgomery, as n menns or determining the relative athletic caliber or tho comSchool, H. U, Cambridge, Mass. Ala. panies in the division. Each man McGuffey, William, U. S. S. MissisShort, Sgt. Cyrus P, R. O. T. C, is required to pass in eight or tint sippi, caro Post Master, "New YorK Chattanooga, Tenn. City, Div. X. Shorle, Serg. D. C, Co K, 148th InL, following tests to obtain a positivo McKay, Lieut. Walter H, Medical Camp Slieridan, Montgomery, Ala. mark for his unit: Corps, American Expeditionary Sfemp, Lieut AUred C, Bat. B. F. A, Jump 8 foot from a standing poForces. Camp Stanley, Leon Springs, Tex. sition; chin 10 times; cfcnr a bar at 4 foct 2 inches; throw a McMuIlin, Samuel, 150th Inf, Camp Simpson, Green, Corpus Christe, Shelby, Ilattiesburg, Miss. shot 33 feet; climb a rope Tex, Co. F, 5th U. S. Eng. Menzie. Leonard, 120th Co, 1st Rep. Smith, Frederic L, 324 Field Hospi- in 15 seconds; dash 50 yards in 7 Bat. U. S. M. A. E. F, N. Y, City tal, Barracks A. 3, Camp Jackson, seconds; run a mile in G minutes; P. M. lift a weight over tho Columbia, S. C. Miller. Robert E, Mason's Co. I, Smith, J. W, Co. 310, U. S. Amb. bead with one hand; sit up from a Camp Johnston, Jacksonville, Fla. supine position with a Corps, Camp Dix, Trenton, N. J. Taylor, Morgan, Reuben, ' Camp Corp Co, 310 Camp "weight suspended from the back or Smith, John, Amb. Louisville, Ky. the bead. , Dix, Trenton, N. J. Morgan, Rufus, Med. Dept., Ft. Benj. St Clair, Rny D, Army Y. M. C. A, Harrison, Ind. STAMPS SELL AT Chattanooga, Tenn. RATE IN EXCESS OF SAVINGS Moore, Edwin. Hdqr. Co. 330 InL, Street, Arvel, Med. Dept. 80th T. A, BANK ACCUMULATIONS Camp Taylor, Louisville, Ky. Chattanooga, Tcnn. Spence, Sgt. E. L,Co. I, 18th InL A. Treasurv receinls from the snlo Moore, Harold, Aviation Corps, Columor stamps are running E. F, via. N. Y. P. O.. bus, O. Spence, Sgt. W. F, 1th C, 1st T. at the rate of $11,000,000 a week. Moore, George, Aviation Corps 111 Savings bank deposits In tlio last Bn, Camp Taylor, Ky. Murrell, Jesso L, Bar. 830 N. C. 8, Spink. Corp. Paul, 1st Co. Military few years have been increasing at Camp Decatur, 111. Police, Camp Logan, Houston, Tex. the rale of $700,000 a business day. Neat, Sidney, Battery A. 12 F. A. Ft. Spurlwk, Goodloe, U. S. S. Beale Treasury receipts show tho Ameri Meyer, Ya. can people rre putting their small via. N. Y. P. M. Nickell, Clarence, M. D. 140th Inr, Slilwell. Lieut. Abner J, Co. G, 312nd savings at the service of tho Nation Camp Shelby, Miss. through stamps at a Int. Camp Grant III. Nickell, Ira, Lieut., Camp Taylor, St. Clair, Ray D, 55 InL Military rato far in excess of prewar-savinLouisvillo, Ky. Branch, Y. M. C. A. No 29, Chatta- bank accumulations. Osborn, J. O, Co. D, Oth Eng, A.E.F.. Two billion dollars of war savnooga, Tenn. P. M, Now York City. Slout. Charles E, Camp Taylor, Lou-- J ings securities will bo issued, ir Parker, Clarence, Camp Shelby, Hat- these are nil sold Ibis year the isville, Ky. tiosburg, Miss. 0. Slagle, Dean, Electric. Div. Detach Treasury will receive nbout Perry, Fr ank, Co. II, 2nd W. Va. Inf. ment Enlisted Specialists, Fort nnd nt the end or 11 vo years Phelps, Glenn, Ambulanco Corps 21, tho Government will repay tho loan Monroe, Va. Fort Clark, Toxas. Taylor, Howard E, V. M. C. A. Ruo together with $320,000,000 in inter- -' Picklbsirner, Parneli, Y. M. C. A., est D'Aguessau, France, Fort Orglcthorpe, Ga, Camp Sevier, Army J. - Tate, M. C.Harl,Sevier Branch, GreenPitmann, Corbett, U. S S KearY, A. According lo n statement by the searge, via. N. Y. P. M. ville, S. C. inanngcr of tho Emergency J'leot 140th InL Porter, Donald, Musician, Eng. Corps, El Paso; Corporation, Taulbee, Soldcn, tho Shipping Board Bantl, Hdqr. Co, Ilattiesburg. Miss. Texas. Stanley, 48 Co., 12 Bu. 150 Terupleton. R. R, Camp Greenleaf now has 710 shlpways or whijoh Powell, 312 are for wooden ships and 401 Parker, Thos. L, 4, 0. T. S, Camp Y. M. C. A. Mil. Br, Chattanooga, for steel construction. Tlio program Chillicotho, Ohio. Sherman, Tenn. ParkcrJ Robert, Co L, 120th Inf, Travis, Vaud A, Ft. nilcy, Kans, calls for tho construction In 1918 of eight times tho lonnago delivored Service Branch, Greeuvillo, S. C. caro of M. O. T. C. Parson, Chester, Marino Bar. Co. 71, Trospor, Raleigh, H. Co. Oth Inf. in 1010, at a cost of moro than 81,000,000,000. Paris Island, S. C. Mil. Br, Chattanooga, Tcnn. Patin. Ralph, Y. M. C. A, Des Moines, Twirord. Otto R, 10th U. S. Aero Iowa. SALE FOR BEREA GRADED SCHOOL Squad. A. E. F. via. N. Y. P. M. Pearson, Leland E, 32nd C. 151 De- Washburn, Major James II, Annis- TAX pot B, Camp Meade, Md. I, or somo ono, for mo, will on ton, Ala. Perry, Penn, Camp Taylor, Louis- Wells, E. J, U. S. S. Minneapolis, Monday, April 1, 1918, being county villo, Ky. court day, between tiro hours or 10 New York. Perkins. U. S. S. Jenkins, Postmaster, Wheeler, Val, Camp Beauregard. La, n.rn. and 2 p.m. in front or tiro New York City. Wiloy, Robert, U. S. S. Hartford. court liouso in Richmond, Ky, sell D. B. Camp Taylor, Ky. Postmaster, Now York City. tho following property to satisry tho Douglas, Phelps, Glenn C, A. C. 21, Wiley. Lewis A, U. S. S. Hartford, tax duo tho Berea Graded School or Ariz. Beroa, Ky, for 1917: Postmaster, New York City. Puckett. John Allen, Co. O, 149th Wilson, J. Oscar, Marino Bar. Co. 72. L. A. Wotkins, Collector. Inr, Camp Shelby, Miss. F. L. Droughon, 1 lot 5.83 Paris Island, 8. C. Co. 30, 8th Reg, Rackloy, I.lnyd, in Durham & Alcorn, 1 lot 2.03 Wiseman, Earl, "Somewhere Bks. 812, Camp Decntur, Great 1,09 Mary French, 1 lot Franco." Lakes, HI. WoUe, L. D, 313 Aux. Reg. Sta. Vel. Forlln k Knuckles, 1 lot...... 1.09 Raino, James Watt, Army Y. M. C. A, Mrs. Lona Holcofibo, 1 lot.'.,. 3.75 Corps, Cajnp Shelby, Miss. Camp Shelby, Miss. 7.50 Wolford. Capt. Luko P, 323rd M. G. W. S. Johnson. 1 lot Reams, Robert, InL Co. D. Med. IV. R. M. Moore, 1 lot 3.75 Ball, Camp Sherman. O. Camp, Ft. Benj. Harrison, Ind. 8.30 Young. C. Harvey, Frultland, New J. B. Pitts. 1 lot Redden, Sergt. E. A, Ft. Omaha. T. V. Hitter, 1 lot 3.41 Mexico, Forward. Omaha, Neb. Mrs. E. M. Spence. 1 lot 5.M as moro W. J. Simpson, 1 Any information, such Held, Harry B, 33 Aoro Squad, A 523 lot. or additional J. L. Williams, 1 lot cornplcto address E. F. via N. Y. City P. M. 0.88 roll are wel- J. W. Baker, 1 lot 3.42 Richardson, William K, Med. Dept., names for our honor come Help us mako our Roll a com- Lou Bohon, 1 lot 3.00 Ft. Sill, Okla. plete roster of Beroa mon in tho ser- Hardin Golden, 1 lot 7.57 Rico, Augustus, Battle Creek Ambu or vice, one or vaiue as well as one ad.-3- 0 lanco Corps, Allentown, Pa. which wo aro projd. OWEN McKEE Mac-Arth- ur, ' -- . nd 20-fo- ot -- nd WAR-SAVHJ- war-savin- gs war-savin- gs gs $1,680.-000,00- K-1- You Can Go To School This Winter If You Think You can Pago Six. TIIK CtTIZHN February St, tt4. MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spcnce, Farm Demonstrator and Special Investigator DANGER! LOOK AHEAD! or crop of Kentucky for PM8 Is seriously threatened by n Perhaps lack tf pood Seed Corn. novr.i before lias Seed Corn been so peer a it is this year. Only Ihfl earliest gathered corn la lit for seed. Most of (ho corn that was la the. Held during zero weather of December, or corn gathered just heforn thai date, Is worthless for seed. The Kxperimcnt Station nt Lcxingloa has tested such corn from different counties of the Stale, nnil (lie rrault is tlio same, in all eases not moro than 10 to 207r of it will grow. Thero has also been some, tests made at County Agent Spcnec's ofllce, which resulted in u 20 to nor. lesl. TM pounds of Hay; and 1(1 pounds of drain. (Tho grain was composed of 18.1 pounds Wbcat llran; 15.3 pounds Hominy Meal; 93 pounds Colton Seed Meal; and 3.1 pounds Oil Meal.) In order lo determino tho amount of olid and liquid manure produced by a cow of average country production, fed n certain known ration, for a period of seven days, these boys wcro there in re lays faithfully 21 hours out of cacl day with their separate containers anil received the following results SIX DOORS o . HOME DEPARTMENT Conducted by Miss Margaret Dizncy, Director of Home Science THE RI0IIT HAND Or HEALTH ltcncli for I'uro Air, Puro Water I'uro Food, Sunshlno nnd Safo Shelter, with n clean hand nnd elenr head, O Maul And if must he, clinch your list nnd light for theso live necessities which are your right. CLEANLINESS THE WONDEftrUL VALUE Or HEALTH Health of itself makes life n perpetual Joy. .Nothing daunts, nothing FOR ASPIRING 1st Door Training that adds to your HEN-Agricu- lturc, YOUNG PEOPLE, Berea's Vocational Schools money-earain- g power, combined with goncral education. F0R YOONG Carpentry, Bricklaying, Printing, Commerce and Telegraphy. FOR YOUNG LADIES Homo Science, Dressmaktag, Cooking, Nursing, Stenography and Typewriting. 2nd Door Berea's Foundation School General Education for those not far advanced, combined with somo vocational training. No matter what your present advancement, wo can put you with others like yourself and give chance for most rapid progress. 73 3 3 2 (A 3rd Door Berea's English Academy Course TEST TOUR SEED CORN AT ONCE All farmers should immediately lako a quantity of" Iho earliest gathered corn from thoir cribs and begin to test it for germination. Not an car should he planted in Ken of seed corn is likely to mean a loss of hundreds of dollars lo the farmers neglecting it. Don't depend upon buying seed liiltlo good seed corn can be bought, for the conditions are similiar all over the country and are worse i 1 the northern stales. Don't buy seed corn at all unless the germination is guaranteed. SAVE ALL CORN FIT FOR SEED If you have old corn save it all Monday Tuesday Wednesday 73.33 7C2.r 20.00 09.3.) 23.D0 100.15 73.03 Thursday Friday Saturday lucky this year without lestine. Sunday Failure to make a germination test Grand Total 20.50 93.53 0G.30 22.00 83.00 05.50 11.00 70.50 71.33 10 JO 03.03 81.10 20.50 101.00 509.84 146.80 C56.C4 For thoso who are not expecting to teach and who are not go lag thru College md desiro moro general education. II also gives the best general education for thoso who wish n good start In study and expert to carry it on by themselves overawes, nothing discourages, and nothing ovorpowers tho man and woman possessed of health. Health means not only vigor and. energy of body, but nlso clarity and strength of mind; purity nnd beauty of soul. The healthy person dominates life instead of allowing life lo dominate him. lie scarcely thinks of his body as consisting of parts or as performing separate functions. To him tho body Is but ono hnrmeeiou; whole, lie Is n unit, a being, a man; complete, vigorous, pcrfeeL To such a innn work is a Joy. Ho regards obstacles as but eppor-tunlti- es for testing Ills strength. Ho hnrdly knows what wenrluoas is. Ho nover experiences exhaustion. Merely to grasp his hand Is a pleasure. To gnzu into Ills eyes is n Joy. To hear his voire Is to fee' a llirlll pass over ono. To peer Into III. mind serves as a stimulus to higher achievement. Health supplies tho courngo, tho ngrcssivenoss la lifo. Without health ono Is n bankrupt regardless of what his llnnnclal capital may lie. He hecotnos n cipher ill the world of real men and women. If you have health, then, friends, cherish it, gunrd il and treasure it as you treasure life, for out of it arc the lsuos of life. from Forecast Magazine. 4th Door Berea's Normal School Build Up the Virtues in Children and the Faults Will Disappear By MRS. ELVIRA HYATT Average for each day 72.83 20.07 03.80 Now having learned that this cow that is just an averago c w, pro duced 03.80 pounds of manuro per day whon fed tho above ration, the boys set about to llnd out tho fertil izing valuo of this manure, and ob tained the following results v This gives tho best training for those who expect to leach. Courses are so arrangod that young people can leach through the summer and fall and attend school through the winter and spring, thus earning money to keep right on in their course of study. Read Dmsmoro's great book, "How to Teach a District School." 5th Door Berea's Preparatory Academy Course This Is the straight road to College best training in Mathematics, Science, Languages, History and all preparatory subjects. Tho Academy is now Derea's largest department 5 1 g - c. S for seed. If you have new corn that u2 is fit for seed, save it. The Slate i. E. and Country need it. '".30 Silage, 231 .78 Don't neglect to pick out and Alfalfa-- ' Hay, 8S ' 1.00 .15 lest the corn as soon as possible. Wheat Jlran, 18.1 .17 .51 Hominy Meal, 15 J .23 .19 PATRIOTIC SCHOOL Cot. Seed Meal, 9.3 .55 .21 Agent Spence spoke County .00 .01 .00 Eighth Grade and High School stu- Oil Meal, 3.1 WINTER TERM 1.82 3.47 dents of Mt. Vernon last Monday Total lbs. fed, 361.1 4.08 Expenses for Boys .80. 0 80 morning, presenting a plan by which VOCATIONAL AND ACADEMY . FOITNKATION SCHOOLS AND NORMAL COLLCOR they could servo their country by Pounds voided in 3.2G" 1.15 2.7 S 5.00 $ 6.00 Incidental Fee t 7.00 testing seed corn. Theso students, manure COO 30 7.20 7.20 of their Jl .10 Room the leadership under $0.97 $0.15 $027 Board, 0 weeks 10.20 10.20 10.20 worthy principal, Professor Lyon, Value Total Value $1.30 23.40 21.40 Amount duo Jan. 2, 1918 .... 21.20 gladly offered their service free to 10.20 10.20 Board 6 weeks, duo Feb. 13... (0.20 test seed corn at the school houso You seo from tho above lablo that T3jOO '31.40 3tiJ0 Total Tor Term for all farmers who would bring tho cow was actually fed 4.08 pounds or ISilrogen, 1.82 pounds Phosphoric Expenses for Girls their corn lo the school. IJJO d.Otl $ 5.u0 The farmer should follow Iho fol- Acid, anil 3.17 pounds of Potash. Incidental Fee 80 of these plant foods fod Room 7.2 0.00 IX lowing rules: 9.0t 9. 9.00 Select from 50 lo I00oars from to an animal arc returned as voided Board, 0 weeks 23.80 Amount duo Jan. 2, 1918.... 20.00 280 the pile of seed corn which has been in tho manure and if cared for mav 9.C0 0.60 9.00 Board 0 weeks, duo Feb. 12... boxed or pitched back for seed. bo returned to Iho soil from whence '30.20 '32.10 '33.10 Total for Term From each ear lako 0 grains put thoy come. If wo allow nitrogen to bo worth grain,? in cnvclopo or sack with Tills does not include the dollar cteposit nor money for Doofcs or name and address and deliver to 30c per pound, phosphoric acid lie laundry. and potash 10c, wo find that this Prof. Lyons. Special Expenses in Addition to Incidental Fee Business cow produced S1.39 worth of fertil izer in sovon days. That is if you BEREA COLLEGE Winter Fall String Tho Agricultural students of buy from fertilizer doalors enough Stenography and Typewriting 114.00 $12.00 110.00 Iho Voontional Department of Bore.j fertilizer to equal that voided in Bookkeeping (briof course) 12.00 U.00 10.00 Collogo will mako seed corn losls this mnnure you will pay Sl.39 for Bookkeeping (regular course) 6.00 7.00 5.00 for farmers who will bring thoir it Of oourso this moans that there Business course for students la other departments: corn to County Agont's ofllcn, be- is no waste whatover. Suppose you keep your cow In ginning March 1st. Stenography 10.50 0J00 750 Don't' bring ears in nny case until the liarn for four months out of Typewilting, with ono hour's use of instrument a report tins been made of Uio hulk Uie year and feed hor well, not 0.00 7.00 5.00 test, drains gotten as decribed only will she give more milk but Com. Law, Com. Geog, Com. above is nil that's necessary unless she will produce $22.80 worth of Arith., or Penmanship, each .. 2.10 1.80 150 a low test is made, then an ear test fertilizer for you to put back on the In no rase will sperm! Business Faea axeeed S15jQ0 per term. Hy J. It. HAMILTON soil with which to produce bigger must be made before planting. d Any young man or young woman can get an education Former Advertising Manager of VVanamaker's, Philadelphia ami better crops. If you do not at Borca If thero is tho will to do so. SCAFFOLD CANE RURAL SCHOOL take care of this manure and put If it is impossible for nny young ran or young woman to lie RtndenU at Scaffold Cane Rural it back on the land you are a "Soil in school the full year, by Ninety-si- x per cent of all the people In the United States all moans they should enter for a eourto dur4 School under the direction of C. H Robber." ing the winter and spring terms. earn lass than $2,000 a year. The Tennessee Kxperimenl StaAnderson, principal, will test seed The public schools will elose about Christmas and the teachers tion took two pieces of laud that corn for all the framers in that Titeroforo it behooves every ono of you to loam to read tills were producing 20 bushels of corn and advanced pupils should not lie idle through the long winter paper day by day with two purposes. One, tltat you may post I't-- r aero and grew corn on them months but should be studying in Bere'a where the beat education can yourself upon the general news. The other, Umt you may pout for a period .of sixteiin years. The be gotten for least money. FARMERS TESTING CORN yourself upon the advertising news. corn from one Held wa cold paeh There are lots of farmers who are Applioants must bring or send a testimonial showing that thoy an d Tlip day Ih paat when anyone run afford to overlook this makiiv.' their own tests, which is year and at Hie end of sixteen year above 15 years old, in good a sella and of good obaraoter. This may b hjffalv recommended. Thfre. are that piece of soil was producing 7Vj signed by seme former Barea student in goed standing or some rellabli is the road to economy in overy home. There feature. It also farmers making tets fun their liushcl of rorn per aero. The corn teacher or neighbor. The use qf tobacco is strictly forbidden. isn't a day imsnee when money cannot be saved or when better from the other field wa fed to th neighbor. For information or friendly advice wrlto lo the Secretary, goods cannot be bought for the aame money simply by following Every force should b" mustered animal iind the manure saved and purpose of test- returned lo the land each year and carefully the advertising news that is published hero. together for the MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Boroa, Ky. at the end of sixteen years this ing aeeil corn during March. Tho reason for this is very simple: advertising Ih the cheaplieen was producing 80 bushels per est, quickest and best method of salcamatudilp tlutt lias yet been m're. Mr. Farmer, you cannot af SEES CORK FOR SALE iEsVliellW " CINCINNATI MARKETS. 4 '.n ft, good fd All farmers who hae seel corn ford lo wate this mot valuable choice I9.S". .. Mj. , .'iniuon D fair 17; found. Pletir, Hay and Grain. Therefore tho most progressive merchants advertise. lor aal' aft r they have made a tet fertilizer. Do not pitch it out of Flour Winter patents ll0.80tjll, 09; cok, i xU d i'Ji, ID. good to rholco winter fancy $10 20, do family 11.70, do $08.76. common t fulr l.7.r.7.50; an asked to send nartic, address and the barn and exposo it to the extras IS.70, low grade S8.IQ, hard pat Hog-- Selfci ted heavy shippers And naturally, when you want tho cheapest or tho best Munfecr of bushels to the County weather, for if yon do In four ents Sll.l'oWll.T6. S17.3&017.&O. Rood to choice packers article of nny kind, it is fair to nssumo that tho most progressiva months it will lose one-ha- lf Hay No. 1 timothy IJI.2s33-75- . and butchers $17.50, medium and mix IU Ajant. value. Place plenty of beddine- in So. 1 3t.2&0'33. No. 1 clorer mixed ed UT.M, stags J181S.7I, common to men will have it for sale. the -- tall to absorb the liquid, which 8t.t0fe33, ' No. 2 iSlfiPSa, No. 1 clover choice heavy fat sows ?1015, light EGOS FOR HATCHING Every shrewd merchant advertises in this paper because, shippers $18.60017. $32fr3.M. B'T-eBank and Trut Company i the most valuable part and the Sfaeou Intra ?llfflJW, good to Com Quotations on ear corn: Whlto there aro thousands of you readora eager to ueo his advertising Red eggs'in"-- ! r;tily lost. Keep it under ear $1.6001.(0, yellow ear $1.5Q1.00, choice $10911, common to lair $G09. Will have Rhode when it appears. until you are ready to put il mixed ear $1.4601.66. for hlching purpo-- e to distribute ro-Oats No. 2 white $1. standard whlto to the farmers and airnruHural on the ground and then spread it we, Mo. 3 white 9VOMc, No. 2 mlx IIo knows that you aro looking for whatever good merchanclub members in a vrv short Uiw.'m't over the soil as evenlv na nos ed 7jSo. No. 3 mixed 0CO7c dise nows ho has to offer. And if any merchant so far discounts Concentration, Butter, Boo and Poultry. Keep in touch wffth the bank and sible. Trie Government is telling your value to him ns not to advertise in tho paper you read, you Duttsr Whole milk crouniery extras Ouo reason why so many young per get your eicg eurjy. Karly hatched us this year, that every. timo w umljuluui cruumory extras Bio, sons And it lutrd to coucontrato Is that can equally well afford to discount hia value to you. allow a Ion of manure to be wasted firsts 49c, birds are best. 4Go, fansy 40u, they aro not In sympathy with thoir wh are simply wasting 16.00. The No. 1 packing stock 3CVic, No. 2 33c. If nny merchant is so careless as to overlook tho great comtho way thoir work Is Jlggs I'rltiio firsts 43c, Orals 42c, work or with MANURE Government is right. Let us beg oT presented to them, or with both. Thoso bined purchasing valuo of thousands of you readers every day, ordinary ilrsls 41c, ssaends 33c. Professor Ilaird's olaag In soils fed you not lo waste manure. If vou Live J'ouitry Sale of fowls and pul who try to forco themselves Into ym- - the chances aro ho is overlooking many a good merchandiso value aoow (bat is producing about 3 gal will begin to take care of thinniiur lets Is prohibited bf authority of Food P"t,,y "lny 1)0 un obstaclo to tho (level when it comes his turn to go into tho markets and buy. Ions of milk por day, which is about that Is produced on your farm,.pi't Auministrator lloovor from Fobruary fintiif.iit nf Kiiniilufiiuiiiu rnrimntrntlnn May 1. There ought not to bo uny effort In tho production of the average eow it baek on the land, your gullies, 11 tofryors. 2 Broilers under 2 Ity So learn, not only to read tho advertising nows in this paper 28c: lbs and Over. 28c: roast concentrating. There ought to bo pleasin the country, Uia following mtion tnarlgagas and oommuroinl fertil- lng chickens, 4 lbs and over, 28c; ure. every day, but learn aleo to rely upon it for everything you noed. each day for sovon days: Corn Sil- iser hills will bogln to sook oilier roosters, 22c. It Is this obvious truth that tho best Live Stock. There isn't one family that cannot reduce its cost of living age, 33 pounds; Alfalfa liny, 12 plsioos of abode .Yos, Professor teaching of today is founded on, In Cattle Shippers J10&12.G0: butcher pounds; Cm In, 0S pounds; or n to- Bafrd's olass know tho importation stuors, extra $10.2fij11.60, good to eluding tho Montexsorl system, which at any timo simply by carefully reading and buying entirely tal of 201 pounds of Silage; 81 and valua of th6 manuro. CbfilCU t'J.r.0ff?in, fnmmnn to fair. $7 deals with children so young that they this paper day by day. might not bo expected to ho ablo to through the advertising pages of (CoprrlgnUd.) concentruto at ull. John Hurry. COS 3 t This is the crown of tho whole Institution, and provides standard courses in all advanced subjects. A Temporary Ralta in Board is forced by war conditions. To tho regular prico of board as advertised in tho catalog will be added this year, for young ladies, ten cents a week, and for young men, twenty cents. This adds $3.60 to Iho year's expenses for girls, and t7.20 for boys 1.01 but still leaves tho cost half that at other schools and "cheaper than 1.87 staying at home." .29 PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental fee and room rent .15 by the half term. Installments aro as follows: .10 by the term, hoard a T- 6th Door Berea College - It pays lo have high ideals for our children nnd to respect their individuality. Much can be accomplished by (jcetiug children to be good, and by showing them that wo trust tliem. Wc should never call a. child 'bad," ncvor wound his Tliis docs not moan that his naughty actions should be "glossed overJI but ns ono wise educator has oxprewod it, wo should realize that every fault is simply tho absence of foiuc virtue, nnd we should try lo build up that quality in which the child is deficient, rather than condemn him for that which he has not. Build up the virtues nnd the faults will disnpHmr. If a child is selfish wo should dwell on unsolflshness ; if the child is untidy, on neatness; if slow, on quickness; and wo should always rememk'r lo praise even Iho slightest sign of tho virtue we are working to cultivate. A child will try to live up to tho thing for which ho is praised. "How quiet nnd helpful my littlo Peggy is today" will do more good than a doien scoldings about noiso nnd mischief. Stories can bo told lo nroufo nnd stimulate high ideals. Slorios lm a wonderful educational valuo nnd almost any losxon can be taught in story form. Tell stories about birds, trees, flowers, animals, great and good men, simple stories of homo and family life, stories from history and from the Uiblc. Tho eager little minds nro ready for anything you wish to great indeed is your opporgivo them, and if you nro a natural 6tory-telllovo of family nnd sympathy with every tunity. Ideals of right conduct, living thing can nil bo given through tho right use of stories. Much has been said and written about parental influence, but volinfluences. One of tho first things umes moro arc needed on post-nntn baby learns is to "smile back" nt his mother, nnd in nil his earliest years tho child reflects tho attitudes' of thoso around him. He imitates tho things which he eocs and hears, in order to understand thorn, and "as tho twig is bent tho tree's inclined." self-respe- ct er nl We Ask the Attention of Every Reader of This Paper Today able-bodie- ec-on- lib j. ' - a Time is Your Fortune Don't Waste it ! I'nbruary 2H, HUH. THE CITIZEN Page Soven. SUNDAY SCHOOL Lesson 10. First Quarter, March 10, 1918. SERIES (Cnmliirieil by llio Notlonnl Woman'! I'lirlntlnn Teniprnnrn Union.) GRANGE MASTER INDORSES BONDS The Housewife and the War (Special Information Eervlce. V H. Department of Agriculture.) THE INTERNATIONAL 3 FOUR REASONS FOR PROHIDI. (Conducted by Nmtonal Council of th Hoy Hrntitn of America TION. II. II. (Irllllth, who Is the proprietor GRANGESURPLUSALLIfJVESTEC SCOUTS OF OLD CONCORD of the Inrgcst department store In North Dnkotn, says: First Prohibition helps the homes Troop No. of Concord, Mns.s., raises The two healing of tills lesson wore, of Ihe people. It brings to many nnd lowers the ting on the Square each Nation's Securities Dest Investment like nil others, samples of the king- mothers nnd children comforts that day. A resident of historic on Earth. Farmers Should Prove dom when (JimI shall Imvo net his King they would not have If the sale of Hond who has watched this loynl servPatriotic by Buying. upon his holy hill of 'Ion; when the lliUor were permitted to debauch nnd ice, sees In It the same patriotic Impauperize the father and bread win- pulse of 177fi when the "embntlled Klnc of Israel, Jchovnh, shall he In the Louls J Harncsville, O. (Special) ner. fanners stood and fired the shot heard midst of her, nml kIii; shall not see Tabcr, master of the Oblo Statt Second Prohibition creates a bet rnid the world." He writes: evil liny more; when n King shall reign ter moral atmosphere In which to rear Orange, urges that the coming Liber ty Imhu drive bo mado the subject ol In righteousness, nml the work of With booze banished we Ailown tli street with mitisured trend, n family. With rtiouMers squared anil eves ahead, special discussion and consideration he pence, quietness nnd ussur-unchave less vice nml crime. Not looking to the left nor rlnht. forever (Pb. 2:0; Zeph. 3:15; Inn. Third Prohibition In nn nld In the Ther proudly march to do their "mite," In the Washington Lincoln Liberty nicotines now being held In tho vari3.1:1, 17). Vh"ii he brought Israel out creating of wealth In nny community. To sound 4 neither trump nor drum, throughout tho state ous we have more Nor muslr'n thrill, nor plnudlt's hum, Under prohibition of Egypt he snhl, "I mil the Lord Th ktmkl lads so trim and nt, Mr. Tabcr favors a big farmer Invest thrift laborers, mechanics, business March to the Square to do their "bit" thut henlt'th thee;" "I will take ment next drive. nil have more earn sickness nwiiy from the midst of thee" men nnd farmers more money. , "Tho next Liberty Ixian campaign,' And ns the twilight cathers 'round, ing nblllty nnd save They stand upon historic ground (Ex. 10:2(1; 1:15). All those forty ho says, "will n fiord tho Orange an exFourth Prohibition territory ss- - Where fires met and nobly fought ceptional opportunity to serve patriot yours from I'gypt to Canaan their raicured through local option Is of value, For liberty their efforts brouRht. ically not only our order, but agrl ment waxed not old upon them, neither hut It Is dltllcult to enforce the law Ilenenth tho starry fin they stand. At sound of "retreat," with loving hand culture, the country and civilization did their feet swell because of their when the sale of liquor Is permitted They lower the colors to the Rround, at large. The motto of tho state grange Jourueylngs and the heat of the desert In other nearby sections the wider With reverenco that Is most profound. Is 'A bond In every farm home In Ohio. 8:2-4the prohibition nren the better. StateNotwithstanding all (I)euU away, they "right Tho state organization has Invested wide prohibition Is much better than Then duties about'for the march day; over their cruel liomhigc In Kgypt he local-widTlelr prohibition, nnd nntlonnt Their "Rood turns" done In all men's every penny of Its surplus In Libert) brought them forth with sliver and should follow lti bonds. sight. prohibition Is the only final satisfacexample. sold, and Ihero wan not one fcehle per- tory settlement of the liquor question. They ro to "quarters" for the night. '75 Thus Is the spirit of "Nor should we stop there, Every son among their tribes (Ps. ia":37). Pally nurtured and made to thrlvo patron and every farmer should b This Is the same Lord Jesus of whom WHAT HE OUGHT TO SAY. Within the hearts of there small lads, leached. For there Is not a farmei Loyal grandsons of fighting "dads." our lesson (ells us, who In the days In Ohio but can afford to buy at least of his humiliation, ns Clod manifest In one Liberty Bond on the very easy HOW A SCOUT COOKS AN EGO. llei-li-, was ever talking of his king- the terms offered. Every one should hold m, and showing samples of Its health at t least one bond. Tho farmer waj peace and prosperity. The healed not a heavy purchaser In cither of the of our lesson weru a little girl, earlier drives. There were reasoni twelve years old, nnd a woninn who Justifying this condition then, but there hnd been for twelve years n sufferer. is no adequate excuse for his failure These two twelves Interest me very to purchase now. twelves of Scripmuch, as do the ninny "No class of men have been more glory of his ture, nnd Mime day In the criticized than the farmers, howevei kingdom we shall understand. Mean "unjust this criticism may have been. time I like to remember that when, as They will soon have an opportunity the Son of Mnry, hr was twelve years to refute theae cbargoa, and I am conold. he snld. "I must he about my Fn fident they will maintain the tradither's business" (I.uke 2A2. 40), so tions of their patriotic forefathers by wc should ever be about his business, coming nobly to the financial rescue seeking first and IN WEST VIRGINIA. here In his stead, of their country. There Is no better BBMAwBsAfelhSBBBBBBBBBY'lSBSSSSSSSSflBai The following Is part of n signed the coming of his kingdom. The or safer Investment on earth than a visit to the home of Jnlrus to heal his stiiteinent contributed to the Union SIR' Liberty Bond. little girl was delayed by the woman nnl by Samuel 11. Montgomery, com whose life hnd been ebbing nwny for missioner of labor for West Mrglnln WORK, SAVE, FIGHT. Since the state went dry West Vlr- twelve years, so we will first consider new- - high healing. She hnd been a great glnln hns built seventy-twher These are the three cardinal rebuildings nt n totnl cost of ap sufferer, hnd spent all that she had, quisites of tho present condition ol nothing bettered, but rather proximately S'iSOO.OOO, the enrollment and was They are the surworld menace. grew worse (vs. 20). I.uke says that In high schools In the state has In mounting beatitudes of our chaotic crensed 1111 per cent, nnd there are she had spent all her living upon phytimes. We will Ignore them only at sicians, and could not be healed by now nine colored high schools. AI our peril. We will shirk them only any (Luke 8M3). Truly her case most ns mnny churches of the first at an overwhelming cost. We must da seemed hopeless. Then Mie heard of class have been dedicated, nnd preach-ernot only one, but all to win. And win nnd teachers' salaries hnvc been Jesus. What n Moused day that was wo must. A larger numfor her; has anyone heard of Jesus noticeably Increased, To lose this conflict with the kaiser's through you? How can they believe ber of state nnd national bnnks have boats, to bend the knee In submission 10:1-1)In tho ten previAs been organize! than unless they hear (Horn. to the will of the Prussian autocracy; ous wet years. One lono bank in she hrnrd of some of his wonderful to accept peaco terms dictated by the works, she believed In him. nnd said. Fayette county has 800 more saving war lords of Germany, would be to "If I may touch but his clothes, I shall nccounts thnn It had In tho last yenr trail in the dust tho highest hopei lie whole" (vs. 28). So with eager ex- - before prohibition. It would mark the of Democracy. The Industrln! centers would vote He Incloses It In a Ball of Mud, anil Waterloo of Liberty. It might spell pectancy, In nil her weakness, she When Done the Shell and the Hard somehow pressed her wny through the more solidly dry now thnn they did In the end. Crust Come Off Together. crowd, coming nearer and nearer to 1012, when nil Industrln! counties went America wants no. autocratic dom except ONE. him till nt last she stood behind him dry ination at this late day. The United and touched the hem of his garment, States has led the way In world en SCOUTS IN AIRCRAFT RAID. and Instantly she was healed. What CAUSE AND EFFECT. lightenment and the sowing of the no phyMclun could do, and no money The state highway commissioner of A feature of n recent ulr raid In Lon- seeds of freedom too long ever to subcould purchase, enme to her freely In Washington, Jnmes Allen, sounds n don, when eight people were killed arid mit to tyranny. And German victory a iwnent, from him who Is ever this miming that since prohibition hns be- twenty-on- e Injured, wns the uppear- - would mean that. Try to Imagine It: come effective Ihe number of convicts nnce of some ItOO or 100 boy scouts as same Jesus. So we must work to the utmost in twelve years a sufferer, nnd now a nvnllable for road work hns decreased buglers sounding tho "nil clenr signal" our respective lines that the normal Oh. how he Just lovel to such nn extent thnt there Is no like- through tho streets when thu otllclal production may be maintained and out well woman material needs may be met fully and to do It for her. He knew nil nbont It, lihood of road work by prison labor notice was sent out. he saw It all nnd felt It nil. nnd now during the ensuing two yenrs. After experimenting with motor promptly. We must save, economize, curtail, he would do more thnn she hnd The Salt I.ukd Tribune says thnt horns nnd whistles, neither of which may be ren dreamed of. He would speak to her the tlrst month of prohibition In proved satisfactory, tho authorities de- that home consumption Ills personally n word of comfort. brought u reduction of nearly 300 cided thnt tho French system of sound- duced and our individual resources be disciples were surprised thnt he should per cent of the nmount pnld for boarding bugles was the most effective. The kept to their normal standard. For In doing both we will hnve more ask. "Who touched my clothes?" for ing prisoners In the city Jnll nnd the question of where to get enough buglers as Peter nnd the others said: "Mus- superintendent of streets nnd public arose, nnd It wns nuswered by boy to offer our government, directly and indirectly; through personal sacrifice ter, the multitude throng thco nnd property complains that thero are not scouts volunteering In numbers. press thee" (vs. 31: I.uke 8 1.1). Hut enough prisoners nvnllable to cut the Thoy assembled ut Uio police centers and investment In war securities. And wo can trust our boys at the ihere Is n great difference between weeds on public property. when tho warning of tho raid was Is fighting; touching or henrlng Mm as the crowd sued nnd dispersed throughout the city front to do their share of theinspire to does, nnd tcurhlng or heating him for DRY BITS. Immediately tho word "clear" was giv the spirit of freedom will a definite blessing or message to one's The tiiiiu who tried to shoot tho en, npparently finding great pride nnd that. Work, save, fight and WIN. own self. As he looked lound about, whirlpool rnplds nt Nlagnrn was no enjoyment In tho work. AH tho boys That's our program. to see the one who hnd touched him, more of n fool than the man who clings hnd to furnish tho written consent of not thnt he needed to look, for ho to tho beer barrel In tho whirlpool of parents or gunrdlans beforo they were THE SHADOW BEFORE. knew, but for her snko; she fearing life. enlisted. nnd trembling, fell down before him Alcohol will cleiin tho dirty spots on Ilcmeraber that story which flashed nnd told htm nil the truth (vss. 32, 3.1). n man's cont if properly npplled; but SCOUTS BUILD BIG SEARCHLIGHT. across the cables somo weeks ago Now henr hlin : "Daughter, be of good taken internnlly will cover tho coat of about an American sentry having been Jufort, thy faith hath mnde thee his spots that won't Ono of the newest nnd liveliest boy killed by a German night patrol? Hf.ole; go In pence" (vs. 31; I.uke comostomach with rendered tho off. scout services has been Evidently they surprised nnd over How exceeding abundantly Tl:48). "Oh, thou Invlslblo spirit of wlnol government In IHrmlnghnm, Ala., A above nil she could ask or think I If thou hast no name to bo known by, troop of scouts Is erecting at a cost of powered him. They might Just as easi ly have taken him prisoner. But they Could there be n happier woman? Jet us cnll thee Devil." Othello. several hundred dollars a gtnnt search- didn't. Could she ever forget that face of' lov"There Is n Devil in every berry of light on the top floor of tho Jefferson They cut his throat from ear to earl ing compassion, or those words? Now the grape." Kornn. County Dank building. Npt a pretty story; not a story comwe will follow him to the home of searchlight will bo used In mending the much vaunted German Tho Jnlrus; but before wc reach It mes- BARLEY FOR FOOD, NOT DRINK. mobilizing tho boy scouts of kultur; not a story calculated to In quickly sengers como saying to Jnlrus, 'Thy Inasmuch ns American linkers, It Is tho city, who will all bo taught tho call spire confidence In the kaiser's close daughter Is dead. Why troublest thou nnd other signals. It will also bo following peace proposals. Imvo begun to follow the examthe master nny further?" Hut before snld.of tho English nnd glvo us B3 3 used by the Civic association on such ly But Intensely Illuminating! broken-heartefather hnd time to ple the Tho scouts In our wheat bread. It occasions ns elections. It was notice, served In the German regret the delay on the road, ns soon per cent bnrleyagain call Mr. Hoover operating It will nlso learn tho proper way, of what our boys In kbakt may word, he said to the Is In order to as Jesus heard the largo nmount of bnr code bo that they may perhaps be of expect. attention to ruler, "Ho not afraid, only believe" ley nnd otherthe grains used In tho man somo scrvlco to tho government It was nn early Intimation of what (vss. 35, JM). How those five words Hun may be ex Tho monster senrchllght will have n the Let tho governof beer. have comforted me time nnd Again ufacture fnco nnd will bo about 1,000 pected to do It he ever puts his nailed requisition tho lnrgo stocks of these mnny years I never can tell. He ment tho brewers hnvo In storage, vrntts strong. I will bo visible for heel nnd his 'mailed fist upon Ameri barley has spoken them to my heart so often. help materially to cut down over 15 miles nnd hns unlimited possi- can shores. Among the precious 'Tear nots" such nnd thus And In tho usual Prussian way It bilities. cost of bread. 10 :1 ; Isa. 41 :10, 13 ; Joel 2 :21 ; the ai Gen. was done In the dark! great nd many others have been n God help Amerlcti It wo fall to bring A FALSE ARGUMENT. SCOUTS GOOD TURN FOR BIRDS. comfort, but nono moro so than Mark every resource to bear in winning this It Is nrgued by tho liquor Interests 0:80. war. Itcenso money derived from Walking by sight nnd not knowing thnt tho Vernon Bailey, chief field naturalist And Ood help you and yours if you saloon Is of great help In meet power of flod, the house vns filled the the ing tho expenses of thu state, thus of Uio United Stntcs department of fall to do your part. and weeping nnd walling, cnuslng n with tumult Buy a Liberty Bond before It is too reduction In the tnx rate. agriculture, Is an active scout official nd scorn of him who said, "Why make Tho state tnx rate In prohibition Kanin Washington, D. O. He offers to latu. ye this ado, and weep?" He put them sas Is $1.20' per $1,000 tho lowest In We MUST strafe the Hun. send any scout who asks for it, a nil out, nnd with Just seven present, all tho United States with two exceptions. handsome poster designed to Interest told, himself, the father nnd mother, tho nubile in feedlmr birds in winter. A lot of pessimistic prophets are Peter, Jnmes and John nnd the little YOUR VOTE. The poster is Illustrated with pictures sorely disappointed that the last girl, his words gave life and health, the Every voto for liquor scout of bird and bird bouses, Liberty Loan failed to "bust the dear child enjoyed some food, nnd once Makes the kaiser smllo; could do no better good turn than banks." Is a happy home. Life nnd moro there Bach voto for prohibition some of these and put them J peace and Joy through him wherever Sets him back a mile. ta public places. Leiton Text, Mark 5:21-4Memory John 10:10 Golden Text, 8:17 Commentary Prepared by Rev, 0. M. Stearns. Urges Ohio Farmers to Prepare for the Next Liberty Loan Drive WAR'S THRIFT LESSON IN LITTLE THINGS Vere, Matt 1 fl o s Only a Handy Dlih Drainer and Drier But Labor and Dishes Are Saved. ). CONSERVATION IN KITCHEN IS URGED Becoming Impossible to Purchase Many Household Devices. CARE marred bv niacins hot dishes, medi cine bottles, nnd by spilling liquids on It e Sub-grang- Furnlturo cracks nnd parts become loose because the oil bath nnd rub nre not npplled regularly. sM44"H'H4MM5'3t',JKH' SAVE LITTLE SUGAR TODAY. coffee, ten, Ovcrsweetenlng nnd other table beverages Is a common habit and means needless uso of sugar. Often much of the sugar thus used Is not dissolved nnd, remains In the bottom of the cup to be throwri away. Thousands of Americans waste sugar In this thoughtless manner every day. In the It Is n lnrge waste and should bo eliminated. Try cutting your allowance to one or one nvernge cube of sugar to tho cnp. This amount, if entirely dissolved, will satisfy 3 FOR HOME EQUIPMENT With Many of Simple Articles Almost Impossible to Purchase, Housekeepers Are Confronted With Hard Problem. Stores used to be well supplied with hew household devices to tempt the housewife. Now It Is becoming impossible to purchnse somo of the simplest articles because they arc no longer most tastes. o s' manufactured, or cannot be transport ed. The housekeeper is confronted with tho unusual value of llttlo tilings with the necessity of making house hold utensils last, of repairing them or of making what sho has on hnnd answer. It is n part of war's lesson of thrift Are you learning from it? Hero aro some aids: Handles, screws, nnd fastenings of eta, left In knives, forks, hot wnter, become loose. Metal utensils rust when put nwny , WHEAT AND MEAT CONSERVED Much Can Be Saved by Use of Various Substitutes In Arranging Lunch for Children. 1 Og-de- d h a so-cu-ro Wheat nnd meat can be saved In thousands of lunches carried each morning to school by the children of this nation. There Is no need to decrease the energy value or nourish wet. ment of these lunches, but In addition Brooms and brushes used continu- to saving wheat and meat It Is posally on one side wear to a point. sible with the various substitutes to Brooms should not be allowed to give a pleasing variety to the noon stand on thu floor until their weight meal at school. Slnco whatever meat brought from bends or breaks the straw. Glasses often are broken when the home Is usually In the form of sandbottom instead of the side first touches wiches, the problem of the meatless lunch Is not hnrd, for so many good tho hot dishwater. China Is dulled by washing It with sandwich fillings other than meat are easy to secure. Here are n few sugtoo strong soap suds. China Is broken In the refrigerator gestions for sandwich fillings: Chopegg mixed with sulad ped by placing heavier dishes on It. Liquids are spilled on rugs or polished dressing; peanut butter; cottago or surfaces because the container was too cream cheese ; chopped dates and nuts. All nre good nnd the children will like full. Contents of saucepans boll over on them as well as meat. For the wheatless day the sandthe stove or In the oven because al wiches nre more of a problem, but lowance wns not made for the expan toasted corn mulllns, rye bread, oatsion of liquids when heated. Burned food will clog burners of gas meal bread, or oatmeal or corn wafers can take the place of the bread made nnd oil stoves and lessen efficiency. Many rugs nro torn because they of wheat only. Tho fillings can be were held firmly by the edge during anything usually used. A sweet such as chopped fruits and severe shaking. Huts pressed and cut In cubes or slices, The glazing of porcelain and cnam elc-sinks, tubs, and wash bowls Is n piece of chocolate, or oatmeal cookscratched and broken by cleaning with ies, will find favor with the children In place of the cooky or cake made too course cleaning materials. Finish of furniture Is likely to be from wheat flour. Sandwiches, fruit, and a sweet make a good) lunch, especially If supplementLESS BREAK- NO WIPING, ed by a cupful of hot cocoa or soup mado at school tind contnlnlng some AGE WITH THIS DISH 4 milk. Or the lunch brought from home DRAINER. may be even simpler plain bread and an applo or other fruit are enough If Perhaps no time spent in housework is more begrudged by the hot dish prepared at school Is a hearty one. tho housekeeper than that spent In washing und wiping dishes. A Destroy This House Pest. dish drainer not only saves time Insect known as and labor but It does away with The sliver lnsunltury, dish tho sllverflsh or slicker is a troublesome By keeping the dishes towel. pest In many homes where It is found separate rather than in a pile It In books, papers, clothing and other should also reduce breakage. articles containing starch. It is parA most satisfactory dish drainticularly destructive in libraries, being er, Illustrated above, can be fond of the paste used In tho bindmade by using an ordinary bread ing of books. Frequently It feeds on or biscuit pan nnd racks made of the paste used In applying wallpaper, soft No. 12 or 14 wire. By using causing It to scale off. It also damn pair of pliers the wlro can be ages starched clothing, linen and curbent Into the proper shape for tains If left undisturbed for any considforming the rucks. The racks erable period of time. Nearly every fit Into tho pan und hold tho housewifo is familiar with this obnoxious llttlo pest, which is able to run fishes out of tho water. The compartment for sliver Is mado about with great rapidity, though they This commay know it by some other name than of poultry netting. partment could be made of sllverflsh. screen wire, or a tin cun with One of the best household remedies holes in the bottom might be for sllverflsh Is pyretbrum. Sodium used. fluorld, a most efficient roach powder, After tho dishes are washed Is also an effectlvo remedy. It may be they are stacked In tho racks dusted, or applied with tho powder and scalded with hot rinsing wa blower, wherever tho sllverflsh Is likely ter. The pan catches the drip, to occur. Frequent handling and airing and tho dishes soon dry clean of starched clothing and similar oband Untless. If the drainer Is jects will nld In their destruction. A used on tho drain board of a thin, boiled starch pasto mado of sink a small hole can be made In ounce of powdered whlto ar-the pan and tho drip drained Imsentc and one pint of flour Is a good mediately Into the sink. The poisoned bult when spread upon small wire racks enn easily bo removpieces of cardbourd and put In placed ed so that tho pan can bo used frequented by sllverflsh. As this paste Is very poisonous It should bo kept out for other purioses. of reach of children. hnrd-bolled t I I t fish-llk- o too-ofto- n three-quarte- rs he gofts. The Surest Preparation is School Trailing Pago Eight. GARRARD COUNTY THE CITIZEN February 28, 1018. , ...hi. MICUIIII'lllil. ti.ii.. .11133 I'lfiy lllj Gusta Hammonds and Jasper Hulelt were married last week. Mrs. J. C. Arnold nnd daughter, Miss Brunette, went to Louisville WedNo cormpomltncft puMUhwl unlrM laurf In fall by the writer. The nme n tM nt of rood faith. Write plainly. ! not for publication, but nesday to see her Mr. MrMakon, who is very sick. Miss .line. The celebration of Wash- Janet Wheeler entertained at her JOHN WHITE & CO. ington's birthday by the school j home near Lancaster Wednesday LOUISVILLE, RY. I here was a great success; a good evening in honor of her brother, Liberal assortment program and tine music by tin Joe, who leaves Monday for Camp viluu paid and full Mis Mary Barr began Born at the Graw Hawk Taylor. children. Mr. Hospital a Hue hoy to Mr. and Mrs. her school at Nina Monday. Hides and and Mrs. Itobert Ward spent the Henry Ambrose whom they named Coat Skins Mr. and Mrs week end with her parents, Mr. and Heurv Bartletle. Mr. ami Begley were made glad by III ! Mrs. Millerd Ledford. John JACKSON COUNTY arrival of a bouncing boy at tlx1 Mrs. Pruitt Thompson of Lancaster Tyner spent Sunday .with her parents, Mr. G. W. Tinchcr, of Na Tyner, February 2!. Formers nro hospital. Mrs. Ike and Mrs. Will Palmer. taking advantage of llic pretty thanlon, has been in this neighbor Bowling of Lexington is visiting her hood looking for a farm. He wants weather to get tlieir corn gathered mother, Mrs. Josh Hunt, near Point to start their plows-- P. MFry, our to get close to the school. Dave Hurl is in Lexinc Leave!!. Green Hall County Agent, Luther Morgan, ton under medical care of a doctor. Green Hall, Feb. 25. Those who Agent for Terry County and W. H. The little three year old boy of Reynolds, our district agent, gavo abide by what the almanac says Mr. null Mrs. Itayburn of Hackley the farmers of this vicinity n tec- find that it has not been much of a lias pneumonin. Burnain Ledford prophet for this month. Mrs. tum at our school house Wednes has purchased half interest in C. C. day night. The-- advised them to Nancy Margaret Wilson's family CoX's store at Manse. Miss Fannie NEW COMMITTEE WILL MOBIL George Hornsby have measles. ho very careful in tho selecting and IZE C0LLEGEST0R TRAINING and wife have moved into the house Dowden spent the week end with testing of their seed corn, and to OF TROOPS Mr.-i Kdd Scale in Lancaster. raiso enough of alt vegetables to with their son, M. II. Hornsby. It is estimated that within the Hay, George and Daniel Wilson, Little Until Cannon Burgess has the do them one year, to Iielp can the Mr. and Mrs. Tandy next six month 35.000 to 100,000 measles. Kaiser. The hoys were disappoint- sons of Hob Wilson leave today for Centers to . Iliclunoiul men will be given intensive military motored army headquarters. Ureen Wiled Monday when they did not get training in schools and colleges. Thursday. to sell any more mules nt McKcr, son of Middlctown, 0., is paying They will be drawn from the armed homefolks a visit. It seems they have gotten the prion forces of the Nation, men now in ZSTILL COUNTY too high for the southern market. -.training ramps or about to he call Locust Branch CLAY COUNTY 1. C. Mullock of Harrison is visiting Locust. Branch, Feb. 23. Tho ed, and registrants under the select Vine Dunigan is in this vicinity.--.Ti- m very warm and ive servico law. Vine, .February 25. Tho nlco days weather has been preparing to build near the sito pleasant for the past few weeks, 'With a view to mobilizing Hie aro very welcome to those who wish where his oilier house burned. institutions of the and the farmers began plowing. -- - educational Mr. and Mrs. V. F. Vaughn of near to garden. Ernest Cavins and fam- rhero were several of the boyj country for (hi special training lUchmond have moved back to ly of this place have moved to called from here to the war service there has been created in the Wnr Vaughntown, to the property known I ondon to make' their future heme. Monday. nnd Department a "committee on edu Rollie Kindred J. C. Caliban has sold his farm to as the Hill Vaughn place. Mr?. family left Thursday for Illinois cation and special training." It will Alice Shafcn has gone to her hus- A.. J. Matipin Tor $1,000, the latter where they will make their home. encourage and arrange for the techband at Dayton. Ohio. There arc having also purchased M. H. Luns- John Adams of Horns Itiver will nical education of men needed by several eases of whooping cough ford's farm for $150. We are glad have a sale, February 25, and then' the several branches of the Army Lula Moore of to have Mr. Maupin in our midst in this vicinitv-Mi- ss they will leave in a short time for Illinois is at homo on a visit. Ott again. J. c. oentry or lyncr was Nebraska; Walter Johnson re- IMPORT OR EXPORT OF ANY COMStrong is at homo from Hamilton. called to this place on business Fri MODITY NOW REQUIRES turned home last week from Ohio day. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Bowman Ohio, LICENSE parents of a fine boy. where lie was visiting hi brother. are the proud Parrot Hugh. No commodities may now be exMrs. Martha Rice is staying with Hob Gab-ba- rd Tarrot, February 23. ported from the United States nor of Bond paid homefolks a visit Mrs, Sarah Morris al present. OWSLEY COUNTY imported, without license. AccordSunday. Millard Harris has a Harve Hurley, who recently sold his Scoville ing to a statement by the War Trado farm and stock of goods al Chcst- severe case of measles. The infant Scoville, Feb. 22. Mr. and Mrs. Board the military and tonnage of Mr. and Mrs. Malt Cunagin died nutburg is moving to C. C. Clark'3 Alfred Marcum of Earnestville situations have made increasingly February 17 and was buried in the farm and will take charge of the were visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. B. apparent the necessity of institutfamily grave yard. Twin boys wero store at that placo as Mr. Clark's Rowland last Saturday night nnd ing a complete, ami thoroughgoing born to Mr. and Mrs. Steve Gabbard son, Hay, has decided to enter school. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Estes control of all exports and imports. Miss Edith McQueen, of Maulden, on February 18. Jas. Davidson i3 and Miss Nellie Tyre of Ida May Licenses for tho export or imvisited friends at this place last having a new house built in his wero visiting tlieir parents, Mr. and port of coin, bullion, currency, farm on tho Laurel branch. Itich-ar- d week. J. W. Pennington has sold Mrs. Joe Tyre, at tills placo last of debt or of ownership of Price has moved to Wolfpen his farm for $650, and has gono Saturday night and Sunday. John properly and transfers of credit to look for a Branch. Dewitte Gabbard and fam-il- y to Ilockcastle County Stacy died Tuesday morning, Feb- will bo issued by the Treasury Deleft last Sunday for Illinois location. ruary 19, after a lingering illness partment; license for all other exMalcom where they intend to make their Hb leaves a wife ports and Imports, including merof tuberculosis. Malcom, Feb. 23. We have been home. Mrs. Hose Hundley is very child. Tlobcrl Bond? chandise, bunkers, ships' supplies, having warm, sunny days in this and one small like the sick with something has a very sore hand. Everett etc., will lio issued by tho War dropsy. Al Harris went to Hamil- part, but last night we, were sur- Ross returned from Kings Mills, 0., Trado Board. Mrs. prised with another snow. ton, Ohio, last Sunday to be extoday. amined by tho County Board. He Rebecca Browning has pneumonia Island City WASTE AND THRIFT fever and is not expected to recover. registered thero last June. Island City, .Feb. 22, 1918. Mrs. One effect of tho war nas been that or G. W. Tho little daughter Bond a very dangerHie peoplo nre beginning to underWilson Minty Gentry is in (Bond, February 25. Wo are hav- Browning is very sick. ous condition with heart trouble stand the truth of the statement ing somo very nice weather now, Browning of St. Helens is visiting and is not expected . to Hvo. Drs. that whatever is spent, for unnecand farmers are getting busy again. his mother durini: her illness. spent Anderson and Sparks aro attending. essary things is a waste of labor. John Seals is building a house Felix Pennington and wife M L. Gentry, of Fjncastle, and All that is paid out for unnecesand will soon move to his place Sunday night with .'ohn L. Penn brother Tom, of West Hamilton, sary food, clothing, nnd a thousand .Mrs. J. H. Clarke gavo a ington. bought from George Pennington. W. Vn., are waiting on their mother other needless things', involves a Thirty-si- x of tho boys selected for quilting last Thursday and every- at present. The oil men have dissipation of labor that i serious James II. body enjoyed the day. military servico will leave here tofaile to rescue tlieir drill and and alarming at this particular, day for Camp Taylor. Among them Clarko mado a business trip to liavo decided to commence another lime. are Delbcrt Sexton, Henry Davis, Lexington last Wednesday. hole near the old one. They are in The scarcity of all sorts of necesCharley Parrctt and Luther Johngood faitli of (hiding oil. Tho sary commodities drives home tho ROCKCASTLE COUNTY son. M. Turner is very sick and stavo mill on the Robert Noma need of stopping the waste of labor Disputanta His is not expected to live long. farm will probably soon he in op- and of diverting it from the proy Graniswi Disptitanta, Feb. 20. Mrs. W. T. Laffer-to eration again. Nathan Fields' to tho duction of Clark of Dreyfus passed thru hero of Covington, is visiting him. boy is npt expected to live long. making of those things that must hogs and milch cows His H. F. M inter, County Superintendent with somo nice trouble is said to be rheumatism bo had to sustain the physical and of Schools, mado a business trip which ho bought in this part of the and heart trouble. Model!,' daugh Grace Anglin is visiting ter of Mr. and Mrs. Ans Peters, is mental efficiency of the people. Tho to this place Friday and Saturday. county. jonly possible way to accomplish Old "Undo John" Series" Is very her aunt, Mary Jones, at Tlireo very poorly with gastritis of the everyone to always think Fred Shearer and John stomach. Doctor Anderson is tho this is for of Links. sick. Wm. and Min. Turner twice before buying the things that Wost Virginia visited tho former' Berry of this place left Sunday for nttendnig physician. Bent Peters, aro not necessary, other words, father at this place last week. Camp Taylor, where tney had been who fell from an apple tree and systematic thrift innot spasmodic G. V. There are but few cases of small- called by tho Government. broke his back some time ago and saving is the one method by pox hero iov; a few cases of Owens went to .Mt. Vernon Sunday wns operated on, Is very low at which tint production of necessities Camp measles are reported. Fred Brewer to seo all the boys leave for present, Taylor Hensley of Clay to equal the essential Brother Ponder, pastor County was here recently on busi- can bo made and wife have gone to tho log camps Taylor. demand. Otherwise tho shorlago of to to visit (heir son, Hicbard Brewer. of tho Clear Creek church, failed Mrs. Emma Gentry of commodities is bound to hecomo ness. hero Cliestnulburg was visiting D. II. Allen nnd family visited on till his regular appointment her sick more and more acute, and tho Pigeon Iloost from Friday until last Sunday; they called him at mother-in-la- w this week; sho lias physical staminn of the people Droyfus on tho samo Sunday that returned home. Monday. The farmers hero Gray Hawk there is church here. Ho had to wero taking advantage of those gradually undermined. A doublo benefit will nemo if Peoplo are go and change that meeting. Gray Hawk, Feb, 25. beautiful days trying to llnlsh tho savings that result from thrift was singing at G. V. Owens' gathering their corn. taking advantage of tho last few There Brother invested in Liberty Bonds, for lays of sunny weather and aro be- last Saturday night, with Bill An Early, of tho M. 11 Church, held n an llnancing will then to plow. AH aro trying to glin as leader. There was a largo series of meetings at Binghaius the strain of war ginning be Just so much removed from cap-il- al do all tioy can in agricultural Unci!. crowd out. Tho choir has ordered Chapel last week; his regular which can to that extent conCounty Agent Fry mado and inter- somo new books and all aro filled preaching day is the 3rd Sunday.- tinue to bo used in the production now esting speech at Gray Hawk tho with enthusiasm to learn tho W'p love The Citizen becauso it is Next Saturday nnd Sun- inspiring and newsy, educational of those things that are needed In 20th on tho war problem, urging songs. the war and that are vital lo the at tho farmers to muko more than ever day aro regular church day If you aro not n prosperity and progress of the and interesting. Mrs. Eliza Hammond before on their farms. After him Cruse IUdge. subscriber, take the paper ono year country. tiamn Dr. II. E. Bartletto who gpoko is visiting her (laughter; Mrs. G. T. nnd if not satisfied write tho corvery interestingly along tho sama Payno, for a few days. respondent at Island City and ho SMOKELESS POWDER PLANTS will refund yoilr money. WILL HAVE CAPACITY OF id in 13 III i son-in-la- w, East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else Paint Lick Paint Lick, Feb. 25. Will Crow MRS John Craft, of Whllcshurg, Is vis Miss iting his uncle, 1). W. Webb. Elizabeth Flanuery, who came home two weeks ago, contemplates en tering school again, at Berea, tho spring term. Arch Hamilton H having a lot of repairs and Im provrments made on his bouse nnd surroundings. John Larkey's fnm Miss Martha ily lias mumps. Dean, teacher in Berea Graded Mr. and Mrs. School, is at home. E. II'. Wnrford spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Gentry, near Speed George llnniilton was well. visitor at Speedwell Sunday George Moody's little daughter has Miss been sick, hut Is belter. Lydin Young spent Hie week end with her parents. Curt Lane made' n business trip to Jackson County Farmers have been last week. taking advantage of the nice weather we hive been having, bv shucking corn and making tobacco lied. The com is very poor nnd seed corn is going to bo hard to obtain. Some of the fanners are testing their seed now. Enlist in the Great Industrial Army and Assist Our Government This is not only n commercial but n patriotic proposition as well. Our Government is making strong demands on us to furnish spokes for army .use. In order to make pood our contracts with the Government we call upon our farmer friends to do their best to get their spoke timber to our factory. of The Standard Wheel Company is in need one and one-hal- f million escort spokes, either oak or hickory, size 2S8 in. x 2S;, in. x 29 in. long, and five millions of other kinds of spokes. Don't be afraid you will glut the market. We want these spokes within the next six months. Our factory will remain at Berea so long as you furnish us the timber to operate on. to-da- y We Offer the Following Prices on Spokes Delivered at Berea or on L. & N. R. R. betweea Jellic ni Berea SPLIT HICKORY SPOKES Either Red or White Timber Frict pr 1(04 Tifa $ 7.00 35.00 40.00 50.00 25.00 00.00 12.00 l?4x2 15 inches long. Hickory only, 16 Inches long 16 2x3 2x3-- inches long 3Hya4lG inches long 2 x24 28 inches long, second growth all White Timber inches long Ked or White 2Kx2H-- 29 Timber 1 )x2 28 inches long. GO per cent All, W per cent CI) 2x229 2yx3 Second Growth White & Chestnut Oak inches long CO.OO 16 inches long 16 inches long 35.00 40.00 2x3U 3Xx3H-- 16 inches long 50.00 All spokes must be free from defects, such ai worm holes, wind shakes, knots, bird pecks and crooks, and split full of size specified. one-eight- Standard Wheel Co. INCORPORATED Berea $250,000 FOOD LOST IN WRECK Kentucky RED CROSS VESSEL Train Loaded With Provision Runt Wild Down Mountain Near Wllketbarre. WMkeshnrre. I'n.. Ken. 25. TOSSED ON ROCKS ies grand-daught- lit-tl- railroad property vnlucd nt STEAMER FLORIZEL SINKS WITH more than J2.V,000 were destroys! ALL ON BOARD IN STORM when frrluht trnln on tho rvntmi NEAR CAPE RACE. Itnllrond of New Jersey got beyond control of the engineer on the Wilkes- Imnv mnuntnln. nnd. nfler runnlnc four miles at terrific unwd. rrnshm! Rescuers See Ship Qo Down a Man, Lashed to Rigging, Signal In Vain Into tvo engine nt Ashley, nenr hero. For Aid Small Boats Unable to An engineer wns killed nnd six railLive In Merciless Surf. road men were seriously Injured. Tie runnwny trnln, conslitlni; of 42 ran. loaded with meats nnd other proviWaitani Nswspaptr Unloa Nswa StrrUa. sions, cnught flre lifter the crush, nnd St. Johns. N. K. The hardy Blori-zel- , vlrttinliy nil the curs, with their conof the Ited Cross Line, pounded tents, were either destroyed or Imdlr herself to pieces on the rocks ot the damaged. Newfoundland coast, near Cape Raae, and with 140 persons aboard. IncludCapital and Labor to Meet. ing 78 passengers, sank while watchWashington. Klve representative! ers on shore and a fleet of rescue veseach of capital and labor will meet sels only a short distance away stood at the call of tho Government to lay ready to lend every assistance. Redown a basis of relations between cap- ports Indicate that not a soul aboard ital and labor during the war. Out ol the Florliel had escaped. Bodies are their conferences Government ottlclnli hope will Krow the foundation of a na drifting ashore, telling the tale ot the tlonal labor policy. The rcprcsonta-tlvo- lost battle for life. The Red Cross were named by the National In liner crashed onto the rocks, only dustrtal Conference Hoard, represent- threo or four ships lengths from shore. ing employers, nnd the Amorlcnn Fed- She was bound from St. Johns, N. V., eration of Labor, representing em- to New York, via Halifax. A short ployes, at tho suggestion of Secretary tune later a number of steamers and of Labor Wilson, who has been direct- warships were dispatched to her ased by I'resideut Wilson to formulate sistance and a relief train was madt a labor program for tho yar. up and sent on Its way. All during this time maddened seas, LITTLE CORN HELD BY DEALERS driven In the teeth of a raging blizzard, wero breaking over tho decks IN EAST AND SOUTH Llttlo by litSmall stocks of corn in the hands ot tho stranded vessel. was built estle her resistance she of dealers in New England and other pecially for battling with the lashlni eastern and southern Slates, with weather of the Newfoundland coast-g- ave tho exception of Delaware, Maryway, and with rescuers on every land, and Virginia, where surpluses side, her last effort for life cava w,y wero produced, aro indicated by re- and she went down with her enlAr ports to I ho Department of Agricul- complement, with the exception' V seven bodies which ture. Actual available supplies in been washed ashore. previously htw Naval gunnerj tho southeastern States are said to shot a line across the bow of the subbo greater than over before, allho merged ship before she sank, but the amount of corn in the hands of waltod In vain for It to be hauled distributors and other dealers is abroad. Just before darknosa blotted tho wreck from view flvo men, driven much below normal. Mini districts in the southeastern from the forecastle by the giant seas, rigwero soon to climb the States have sullloient supplies for ging signaling feebly forforward Hut help. local needs, while dealers In many when they failed to make fast the line places, especially Mississippi, Geor- It was feared thoy had succumbed to gia, and Florida, have shipped largo the cold and oxposure. Those Ave quantities, or corn to tho larger were the only ones vlslblo on board several hours after the shy struck. markets. him! 11 stuff Fnmi. MILLION POUNDS A DAY USE MADISON COUNTY POTTS' COLD DUST FLOUR' ITS BRIGHTER, WHITER AND LIGHTEP Than Any Other Brand Kingston Mr. anil Mr. Kingston, Feb. 25. . K. I). Warrord and children of Traf-for- d, Ia., canio homo last week. Mr. Wnrford has sold his rami or forty acres to Sam Hill, of Illinois, for tho sum of $5,500. Wo regret very niuoh to lose such good peoplo and hopo they will again locate in our community. Mr. Warfonl will remain here n fiw weeks beforo returning tn hl.4 business in TralTord. Wants and contracts aro completed ror tho construction of two smokeless-powdplants, each to cost approximately $50,000,000. Tho estimated capacity of each Is 500,-0pounds of powder a day, and from 10,000 to 15,000 men will ho employed at each plant. The initial output of each factory is expected not later than next August. Much of tho product will bo available for tho allied nations. er 00 Army Captain Qets 25 Years. DEATHS IN BRITISH FORCES IN New York. Captain David A, Hen-ktACTION AND FROM WOUNDS Sixteenth Infantry, U. S. A., has ESTIMATED AT BUT 1 Now that American troops hpj bcou sentenced to dlsmlsEal from the and taking their places In J.I10 trenches, service yearsconfinement at hard tabor by a general for 25 attontlon Is again directed to an eshold at Governor's Island. Hen-kos- , timate by tho Secretary or Wnr, who 1b of Oennnn dcHcorit, endeavthat tho losses up to Juno 1, 1017, ored to resign his conTmlsslon, saying of the llrilish expeditionary forces ho did not euro to light against, relafrom deaths in action and from tives and friends. Captain Ho'nkes, stationed at San Antonio, wounds amounted to but 7 per cent who was May Tex., last the Secretary or tho total ot all men sent to France of Wur, urging wrotetotoaccept tho reshim 8iuco tho beginning or tho war. ignation, which he alreudy had subTho ratio or losses or this characmitted, and giving reasons which, he ter today, becauso or Improved tac- declared, would allow him no longer tics, Is less than 7 to every 100 mon. to serve as an ofltcer of the American court-marti- armv.