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Bolslic-vi- ki THE CITIZEN ttie Interests tlie of HEHEA, MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY, MAllCH 7, 1018. Ono Dollar Knowledge is Power way to keep up with nd Um odani JonnteLirL Fecrple per Year. GEN. VON EICHHORN Knowlege Is to read a Newspaper. fe No. M. Vol. XIX. Only Another Scrap of Paper The recent treaty for peace signed by the with Germany has resulted in precisely what the majority of people expected from the German element. There is never anything so bad but there' may good come from it. This act of deception and treachery will lower Germany in the estimation of the world and cause her to be whipped the harder, as no dependence can be placed on her word. What she is doing to helpless Russia will be done to other nations that may at this time make peace terms with her. The fight is on to the finish of militarism and the Prussian regime, so far as our nation is concerned. IN OUR OWN STATE An Interesting educational meeting was cloyed at Whltesburg Saturday, which was attended by the teacher from all sections of the mountains. AMERICANS KILL MANY GERMANS IN TRENCH FIGHT WORLD NEWS treaty wilh through the IMshcviki representatives who went to Urest-- I Itovsk for that purpose. They were so anxious to do so thai they paid HUM attention to its contents. This haste, wn-- i due to Ihc hope that the Germm advance Into Russia night pa Mi poid. rtussfn has signed the Germany, Plans for greatly Increased production of livestock in 1918 were mapped out at a meeting of Ken- Pershing's Troops Inflict Severe tucky and Indiana livestock dealers Losses on foe North in Louisville last week. of Toul. It Is said at Whltesburg the mountain fruit crop will be injured and killed with lale freezes, as tho bud YANKEE CAPTAIN LOSES LIFE Is now out "iilllcient to be nipped, according to fruit men. Ground In Front of Position Held by The Somerset School Hoard has U. 8. Men Strewn With Teuton put the ban on German In the pubDead Many American Caslic schools of that city. ualties Reported. Berlin, .March 4. "In n German raid The trial of MaJ. Milton Hoard, ac- cused of neglecting a soldier at northeast of Selchletrey Friday the Camp Taylor, who later died, baa' Americans suffered hcnvlly nnd lost 12 been oosfnmio.l until (.1,1.1V llmf im. prisoners," me war omce announces. porlant witnesses may testify. Paris, March 4. German troops es- Ilobbers entered llio sloro of tho peclally trained for raiding operations Southeast Coal Company at Scco, a"eked the American salient at two above Whitesburg. and carried away i polnl Th"r,ay. nl,ht and "'"B. but the Americans maintained over two hundred dollars worth or' mcir enure line cvcrywncrc inu in u- shoes and oilier things lliero IS' jton cauie(j heavy casualties among no clue. l the enemy.on The Americans also took prisoners both positions attacked. Hearing will begin at Frankforl The froegolng Is contained In the e general property assessments French official communication. on bei.iro the Slate Tax Commission, With the Atnericnn Army In France, which expects to conclude in ten days what occupied the attention of March 4. American troops repulsed the old State Hoard of Equalization." 8,ronB German attack in the salient .north of Toul. There were many about sixty days. uuu in me kiuiu Auiuriiuu being a cnptnln who. was graduated A new banking institution, Uie from West Point In 1017. Heaver Valley Stalo Hank, has just The raid was a complete failure, been organized at Weeksbury, in three Gerninn prisoners remaining In the Heaver coal fields, by B. F American hands. The ground In front of the AmeriCombs, W. S. Wells, Dr. W. L. Slum-b- o, Earl Stumbo and others, with a can trenches was strewn with Gercapital of 25,000. Tho new insti- man dead. A driving wet snow was falling tution will be opened for business when the Germans opened fire on the within the next few days. American salient with every weapon Seventy-sevenat their command. At a union meeting of the churches heavy shells nnd gas shells fell In a held at Winchester it was decided perfect whirlwind on the American to serul a petition lo tho President trenches for half nn hour. VKe tmvob time other enemy shells at Washington asking that pardon In At great numbers were dropping on be granted to the four American the American battery positions. soldiers sentenced to death in France The Germans evidently thinking for sleeping while on duty. thnt the Americans In this section, having had one tnste of gas a few Recommendation is to bo made to days ago, would, fear It now, let loose but the General Assembly that two of' great Quantities of poisonous gas, only the men put on .their masks and llcinls. said to he holding State of a few were affected by It. So Intense fices which they, as solous, helped was tbe fire that the woods back of to create, be ousted ana required to the salient were shot to pieces. refund nil mopey received by them as salary. Fight Fierce At six o'clock the barrage fire lift The Interstate Commerce Commission nssigncri to tho negligence of etl on the trenches to the right of the sullcnr and Germans numbering 240 three trainmcji, responsibility for came sweeping forward under the pro rear-en- d collision on the L. the tection of their Are. N. nt Shepherdsville, December 2 They came forward apparently inin which 10 persons were killed and tending to make a big haul and Jumped Into what was left of the 52 injured, trenches, but there. Instead of the easy AmerJacob Anger, of Louisville, was icans time anticipated, found the all ready for battle. Fierce one of three Kentucklans among tho fighting began. Irt severely soldiers American One American captain rallied men wounded in the. German gas attack with rifles and machine guns and went February 25, on the French front. through the Americun wire entangle, Four Americans were killed in ac ments Into No Man's Land and there waited for the enemy, whom he extion nnd live were victims of a eident and disease, according to pected to be driven out by his comrades In the trenches. General Pershing's report. Hand-to-Han- d The Seed Corn Situation The time is near at hand when another crop of corn due to be planted. What about seed? is Every effort is being made by the Government authorities to help out in this critical time. No farmer should dispose of corn that will answer for seed in any other way than for seed. Every available pound will be needed. It is imperative that seed should be tested. Provisions are being made for this in schools and colleges under the supervision of competent overseers. Help win the war by testing your seed corn! Gcnrnnj has .sent Torres lo tho nid of Finland and Is suspected of n purpose to gain possession or n controlling itilhionco in the southern part which, together with the control of lliga, will make it hard if not impossible Tor Russia to use a fleet In tho Haltic Sea. Sweden d es not look with favor on this last move of Germany. Japan has made known a deslro to be given a free hand in eastern Siberia. The immediate purposo of this would be the safeguarding of the vast stock of supplies and munitions which hnvo been accumulating at Vladivostok, tho seaport of ISiberla; These wfiro sent, in largo pari, by Japan herself and sho has nn interest in them. More however, is her intent lo Gen. Von Kleliliorn, commanding one oppose the German influence in the of the German armies now sweeping far east. eastward Into Russia. Troops under Gen. Von Kleliliorn's command have The United States has nol as yet crossed the frozen sound from Moon Island nnd raptured Lenl, Haspal, committed horself to the Japanese, I'ernlgal and T.omzal. They are push- proposal. We have been trying to give Russia every chance possiblo ing forward. to establish a stiblo government and we have honed thaL she micht do so. Japan does not want ouraid. NEW RULING IS MADE tiuj would evidently prefer our such a move. England and Fiaa-can consent moro easily President Wilson Issues Order tllT the United States can. o LOYALTY By Prof. James R. Robertson The greatest aset of n nation doe not consist in its material wealth hut is rather to he found in tho high character of its citizenship. In times of stress in tin; life of a nation nothing contributes more to (ho welfare of the state than Hi" loyally of its people. Loyally consists in putting the welfare of the state, which is the welfare of its citizens, ahove the interest of tin) individual, of the group or the class to which (he individual may belong. 'A recent utterance of Governor! Hickett of North Carolina, reported in the papers, deserves more than passing notice as a line example of true loyalty and of high citizen ship. On the eve of a political cam pajgn in which he seeks Republicans, nor hecausu w.e arc Democrats, lint hecause wo are American citizens" This is a lilting time lo inuko an appeal to otip people at large to rise. to a similar high plane of citizen ship. The near approach of a po litical campaign suggests to every thoughtful man tho necessity of making it one that shall ho free from allusive language, hitter criticism or hasty judgment, on either side. If our country has ever need ed an undivided devotion to a great purpose it is at the present time. for it will require the best that there is in every individual, every parly and every class of society. Tho watchword of today should be, "All Regarding Alien Property. Will Aid Transaction of Business tween the Public and Custo" Turkey will gain considerable territory because of the treaty beBe- in a democratic country, like ours, never deprives the individual of his right to an opinion and conviction of his own or the opportunity lo express that opinion in tho proper way and the proper place. True loyally never prevents the honest and straight forward conllicl of ideas and pollems as held by opposing political parties conducted in a proper way and a proper spirit. In fact democ racy depends on the existence of these for its very life. Out of the competition of brain with brain and will with will comes thai sur viva! of lliiv best that makes for progress and tho highest welfare of Prof. James R. Robertson all. to tho governorship, he has refused In llio life of a nation, however, to conduct a speaking campaign, be- a peculiar emergency and crisis may cause he is unwilling to divert th" arise when tho minds and the wills attention of the people of his .state of all alike must bo centered on a to party issues at a tiino when there common mid. Such, wo believe, is should he united elfort in a common the situation in the United States cause. today. At such a lime individual Another line example of the same opinion, class interest or party pol high grade of citizenship is revealed icy must give way in loyal support in tho address of Governor Whit- lo those who have been entrusted man, of New York, recently made to with the direction of the national the Ilepuhlican Club of New York affairs, or be so ilirccted that they City, on Lincoln's birthday. In ap- will minster to greater elllciency, pealing to those present for loyal ana stimulate to greater endeavor, A Mercer County runner and his support of the war and the essential May Got! grant that our American wife swore out warrants against policies lhat nro itr.j&. well under citizenship may be true to the high four prominent farmers of the counway for its prosecution, he urged est ideals of democracy in this hour ty charging 'Ihein with "whilecap-ping.thai it be dono not "because wo aio of our nations greatest need. The warrants allego tho were taken from their bed. CONTENTS While a teacher in Jackson Coun and at (he point of n revolver told ty I was a readiV of THE CITIZEN to leave the county within three PAGE l.Kditorials: Only Another and liked it so much and better days. Scrap of Paper; Tho Seed Corn since I am in camp because it gives Situation. U. S. all the news from home. Loyalty. Preparatory to the motorization News; World News. or the 325th Machine Ouu Haltallou PAOE 2. Departmental Columns. You will find our advertisements nt Camp Taylor, tho battalion has Homo Service no Haphazard all very interesting this issue; don't been reduced from four to two Task. Nation Imperiled by slight one of them as they are in Its Low Stundard of Physical sorted for your benellt as well as companies and a number of ofllcers have been detached and sent to the Kfllclenoy. the advertiser. ir.Uli Depot Brigade Tho guns of PAGE A Unique Proposal. Just Two Kinds of Men in tho Professor Robertson's "article on tho battalion will bo mounted on motor trucks nnd tho men will he World. German Atrocities. Parish Priest Used as a Shield. this pago should stir your loyalty mounted on motorcycles. to new action and cntixo von to re Cap and Hells. solve to do your bit every chance PAOE 4. Locals. ! MaJ. Gen. Harry C. Hale, com you get. PAGE News Articles. inau'ding General of Camp Taylor, PAGE 6. Mountain Farming. How returned to Louisvillo after, a three Some of our East Kentucky cor- - months' tour of the European battle lo Preserve Eggs. Why? Cincinnati Markets. Home De- respondents are backsliding y i front. General Halo declares the partment: Liltlo Acts or Sacri-llc- o yet we have eight Unties American line Impregnable and the .Make Patriotism Eireelivo.-Ameri- ca heart! from this week, ail Vmericnn forces enthusiastic and Must indict German try to givo tho peoploy .lat they eonlldent of victory General Hale counties. was delayed because of the train Government and People That want from tho mount THE CITIZEN is llio ov paper that lie was on being derailed near Support II. Sherm's Dots. PAGE 7. International S. S. Lesson. gives this class of news. Wake Upl Lafayette, Ind. Hoy Scouts. Sermon. Sugar to Sent American Some of our CITIZEN family will your subscription expired March I. France. Containers Meet receive their paper this week wilh llio renewal only costs one dollar, of Law. our hand extended In (ho upper left so send in promptly so you .will not PAGE 8v Eastern Kentucky News bund corner which indicates that miss any numbers. Letters. -" s tory: ocal ' de-!grI Together:' True loyalty t hand-to-han- d He wns right, for soon groups of the enemy started back through the wire entanglements. The Americans poured In a deadly fire, but unfortunately the captalu was killed during the fight. lie is the first member of the 1017 class at West Point to be killed. Barrage Traps .Fleeing Foe. While the Americans were In front of the wire entanglements and In shell holes, still lighting desperately, the American barrage flro began swee-ta- g No Man's Land, catching many running Prussians who had enough of American methods. The barrage swept back and forth, making sure of doing ull possible damage to the foe. ' When tho enemy had been driven back out of the positions the bodies of ten German soldiers were found In the American trenches. Two German ofllcers were entangled In tho wire und many bodies were In sight. Eight were visible through the snowstorm ut one point. The ground wus littered with enemy hand grenudes, boxes of explosives for destroying dugouts and Incendiary bombs, which they bad no opportunity to use. Two German prisoners were wounded and tbe other taken was unhurt except for a welt on one of his bands where ho was struck by a young American soldier when be showed fight tween Germany and Russia. She takes back sections that lie around the eastern end of the Hlack Sea. dian's Office. Hatoum and' Kars thus fall into Washington, March 4. President Turkish hands and a part of TransWilson by executive order 1ms pre- caucasia lo tho north of Persia. scribed rules and regulations governing the detailed operation of the ofllce The Turks have renewed their aV of the alien property custodian which tacks on the Armenians. nre expected to facilitate the transaction of business between the public Several bold protests against the nnd the custodian's nfllce. The order does not give Mr. Palmer any addition- German military policy have been al powers, but defines more clearly made by Socialist leaders in llio Dr. Colin and Herr those Invested In him by law and exe- Reichstag. Vogtherr were llio most persistent cutive order. Under the regulations the alien in being Heard. I he latter said property custodian will be able to de- that the members of the legislative mand, receive and administer as a body' were bound "body and soul" trust estate any enemy property In- and characterized llio government terests, tangible anil Intangible, and where (he property Is Incapable of acts as a "bloody propaganda." physical delivery or Immediate conversion Into money. Mr. Palmer Is On the 3rd of March at midn'ght authorized to exercise all administra- oup West Indian dependency, Porto tion powers which the owner could exercise If no state of war existed. lie Rica, went dry. Tho law prevents also Is authorized to make terms for the manufacture, sale or gift of inthe collection of enemy, moneys and toxicating liquors. Thus a now era the delivery of property, grunting time. is ushered in. Great changes have Indulgence, or accepting security. como about in the territories that Means nre provided for the payment have been brought under American of expense of administration out of the control, and there is a good spirit property's Income. of loyalty. i The exercise of any right, power or authority over corporate stock or beneficial Interests of any enemy alien In SAYS GEN. CRUSE IN HIS PAY American corporations also Is granted the custodian, who Is given the voting Manufacturers' Agent and Son Arpower of the Mock, the right to receive rested for Employing Officer for subscriptions, rights, dividends and Army Contracts. other payments, and the authority to nominate muuugcrsif corporations. Chicago, March 4. Ilenry H. Lip-peThe custodian Is given the specific who with his son, Ralph H. Lip-pepower to sell commodities or other Is accused of paying money to tangible property which may tie per- Hrlg. Gen. Thomas Cruse, retired, U. ishable or which may necessitate tho S. A., for services In connection with expenditure of public money for Its government contracts, made a public preservation. statement when he wns arraigned before United States Commissioner MaAMERICAN SHIP WINS BATTLE son, admitting nil that the govern-- , nieut charged, but declaring that his Merchantman Nyanza Hit Five Times arrangement with the general was businesslike, and above board. by Battle Lasted rt, rt, Over Two Hours. Washington, March 4. Hit flvo times by exploding shells from a German submarine, the American merchantman Nyanza not only refused to surrender, but put up such a fight against her opponent that she finally drove tbe un! I f fm dersea pirate off. The battle between the liner and the submarine lasted 2 hours, according DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE to an ofllclul statement made public by REPORTS INCREASED CONthe navy department here. There were SUMPTION OF SUGAR fight took place on no casualties. The The amount of sugar consumed January 13 lust, but the official report in PJ17 in tho United States wns wus only made public today. about 88.3 pounds per capita, according to Insures issued by tho Dereserve partment of Agriculture. Tho aver-ag- o longeT toTfie" annual consumption for tho llvo-yo- ar division of uanover. jieriod ending in 1910 was 81$ Thn nrtsncers had nusslan coins In their possession and came Into the. pounds per capita. " after cupture. trenches opposite Just before the Thoro were about l,5OO,OO5,0iX) From the prisoners tho American Americans took over this sector. pounds of commercial stocks of ofllcers have secured much valuable The Americans lost many killed and sugar on hand August 31, 1017, j One 6uld: Information. Including officers. wounded, Tbe compared to 2,000,000,000 pounds oiS "I did not have a chance to do any- Americans displayed the greatest perthing before an American jumped onto sonal courage, bravery and energy the fiinui date & 1010. New YorJc mo und grubbed ino by the throat" throughout the engagement and out- reported lheanjest'stocks. followed The Qcrmuus bud been preparing fought, the surprised enemy from tt In order by California and I.oufs? ' tot Wis xaiiLfPilkriiSLKtiii uuLti- - lastant contact was established. j ana. SevenTy-eTg"hT- To Cut Train Service. Washington, March 4. Passenger train service In the West will be reor moro by a rearduced rangement of schedules to be announced shortly by Director General McAdoo. ono-thlr- d , n-- . .V - - Pago Two. TUB CITIZEN March 7, 1018. HOME SERVICE NO HAPHAZZARD ODD I Academy Column GIRLS' BASKETBALL N'ol Normal Column HELP FIGHT FOR THE BILL Vocational Column JOB TASK Civilian Red Roliof Workers Are Taught to Furnish A'd in Syste- Cross matic Fashion. tEDITOtt'H NOTE: TliU l the fourth of a frlfi of fi artlclta prepared by Mr. Klener on the fubject of lied Croat Homo Service. The remnlnlnn article l "Or KatililtiK nil Trnlnlni? 10,000 Home Srv-Ic- e Committeemen." By James L. Fleser, Director, Bureau Civilian Ilclief, Lake Division, American lied Cross. Amerlcnn Hed Cross Homo Servioa workers In Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky, already administering to families of some 1,500 enlisted men, carry on their work with a "cntechlsui" which Includes what may bo termed "eleven commandments." As these "commitndments" typify the spirit In which this type of Red Cross relief Ii given, I am stating' them here, leaving the reader to draw his own con elusions. 1. Don't a people with queetlons before they have a chance to say .what they want to say. 2. Don't sugge.t to them the answers they should make. 3. Don't forget that their hopes and plans are more Important than any single fact that the Home Service worker wants in order to make comABOVE PAR plete a report or record. In nil walks of life 70 is the 4. Don't encourage the children to average rate of efllclency, out of i talk about things that concern their possible hundred. In other words, elders about family difficulties and lo ho just at par is to lie 30 below eo on, your possibility. Tho market is i 6, Don't let the children come to flooded i with par men. The world the office with messages and requests is crying for men and women above except when there is a real emergency the average, people who utilize all and no older person can possibly their possibilties efand are 100 come. ficient. 6. Don't discuss the affairs of a If you wish to make a success in family, nor tell the facts that come Berea or anywhere, raise yourself to your attention in the course of above the average. There are over Home Service work to any outsider. a thousand students liero who are 7. Don't give confidential informa- just average, but the number is tion about the family when making small here, as elsewhere, who aro Inquiries. above the common classification. ' 8. Don't make inquiries of the Cvery one in Berea can be n 100 present neighbors or do anything that man or woman, if each student will will expose the family to gossip. Pro- only take advantage, of the many tect the family in question as you opportunities that aro offered; yes, would your own family from anything and urged upon us. that would help their Let us revive our flagging spirits 9. Don't venture to make permaand lake advantage of the gifts nent plans on a first visit. while we may; for tho time is com10. Don't fall to discover whether ing when we will be sitting in the there is immediate and urgent need chaos or mansion of our hopes, be of relief and to make some temporary moaning our fate, or else giving provision for supplying It before thanks that wo realized our opporwaiting to make further Inquiries. tunities in lime. Ho has lived above 11. Don't fall, however, to Inquire par, who has hoped moro firmly, (before paying the first visit If possi- served more and loved better than ble) what other agencies are Inter- his associates. ested. True, the "do's" taught Homo ServRECIPE FOR SUCCESS ice workers In Red Cross Homo ServTako equal parts of ambition, pur ice Institutes, far outnumber the "don'ts," and one or two should be pose, and courage, and add tho mentioned to further exemplify the yeast of knowledge, perseverance, spirit of the service and the manner and determination. . In which It Is given. To this add an abundance of "pep."' One is: "Be sure that there Is a tact, honesty, originality, and agdefinite Invitation from the family or gressiveness. some responsible person competent to Then flavor this according to tasto speak for them before entering the with tho essence of cheerfulness, sinhome in the name of the American cerity, nnd the extract of optimism Red Cross." Another: "Bo sure that the mem- and kindness. After flavoring Is added, mix very ber of the family in question is in thoroughly by stiring with an iron eome branch of the service." Casual reading of these instructions will, propelled by a 150 horsemay lead to the Impression that Home power resolution, nnd let boil forService Is a simple bit of work to be ever over the lire of an unconquerdone In the odd moments of the mem- able spirit. bers of a chapter committee. It is not Clinton Fugate. moa simple work, nor Is It an "odd Berea College Academy. ment" task. In addition to mastering a knowledge of government regulations on Why Man Should Be Well Dressed. clothes detract ten percent separation allowances and the War Risk Insurance Law, a Red Cross from a man's efficiency, according to Home 8crvIco worker must either be Dr. George Van Ness Dearborn, profesnaturally endowed with or he able to sor of psychology nt Harvard, who adacquire the qualities of tact, patience dressed a national gathering of clothand kindness, and must study the ing manufacturers and store owners. "One can hardly estimate tho benefits problems which beset home life. and properly fitRed of being With all Us ramifications. ted," Doctor Dearborn said. "The Cross Home Service Is the most exactman spells success and ing type of work now required by this humanitarian Institution within the Inspires confidence. First Impressions boundaries of our own country. Its nre most Important, and many a roan requirements for Immediate and au- has got a place largely on account of thentic Information of the broadest the cat of his clothes. It goes without saying that tho rich man should scopo aro such that a 116 page handbook of Information for Home Service buy the best and nttlre himself with workers Is now being prepared by the taste, but It even pays the poorer man Director General of Civilian Relief for to do tho same, for nn air of prosperity Finally, Is contagious. early distribution. Incul-cat- o SO MUCH I'AINSTAKlNd CAKE clothes add to onoV personal cleanliness and aid tho HAS BEEN AND IS I) KING TAKEN IN THE ORGANIZATION OF THIS man In business." overwhelm g well-dresse- d well-dresse- d woll-nttln- g t, The llrst vole on the normal only the Academy boys hut the Academy girls nlso aro very school bill has been InKen. It passmuch Interested in basketball. Kncli ed the senale by an overwhelming lo seven year hns a team of lis own nnd on majority. Twenty-thre- e Monday morning!) thorp nrp some was the count. There was Just ory interesting games played over enough opposition to make it interesting. Now tho hill will rome bein Hip girls' gymnasium. I.al Monday, there, were games fore the house. The important between the Seniors and Freshmen, thing now Is to create enough inand between the Juniors mid Soph- terest behind the hill so that it can omores. The Seniors and Juniors 'he brought out of the mass of hills were victorious. However, tho that are pending before the house Freshmen put up a good light nnd and placed on its passage. Once nre to he complimented on their brought to vote, it is practically sure to pass. Hut It would be Just good playing. It is hoped that an Academy tcafn ns had to have it hut because not to play other departments will soon voted on ns if it were defeated on a he organized mid then the real hat-ti- e vote. The friends of the bill, there fore, are asked to continue th" will begin. pressure for its passage. Urge your The College nnd Academy met in representative to push hard for the the llrst game of the. championship passage of senate hilt 10.1. Wo must 'series last Monday; nnd the Acad get it reported out by the Normal emy was victorious by the score, of School committee nnd then urge it "(i to 21. During the first half the so persistently tiat it may bo made Academy had things mainly their a special order for passage. Ileal way, but toward the end of the half friends of education nre agreed that the College team tightened up, it is the best thing that can be done. mnking tho Academy team hustle Investigation discloses that every lo pile tip thirteen points. The stale in the union except Arkansas Academy held their opponents to has a law like this and Arkansas' nim. The last half brought back State Superintendent is practicing statute. memories of football; it seemed ns it without a definite if both were trying to see which Friends of education, act now. You could be the rougher. However, it can help. was much more exciting than tho The exodus from the Normal de llrst. Twice the College tied tho score, mainly through tho excellent partment when the quarantine was shooting of Hayes, but they seemed raised wns not nearly so largo as to lack the steam to go ahead. Hayes was expected. Thirteen boys went was clearly the slap of College. home and most of them went bewhile Lewis seemed to be the best cause tho good weather called them Academy man on (he lloor. A good to the fields, some for military service. We do not have tho exact crowd was out to watch the game. number of girls but it wns not large, I ! A CORRECTION The original poem, composed by Miss (Irace Ogden, nnd the "Vocational Clean Up Day." by Miss Pear Mitchell, accidentally got placed tinder the Foundation head in the Vocational column. To correct Ibis terrible error imagine Hie Managing F.ditnr down on all fours c;illug humble pie as ho is wont lo do. Is he forgiven? Managing IMitot. rotn-poslli- Nation Imperiled by Its Low Standard of Physical Efficiency By REPRESENTATIVE HORATIO C CLAYPOOL of Ohio BASKET BALL Students vs. Faculty Saturday, March 2, marked an interesting a well ns speclnoulnr basket hall game between the Vocational faculty nnd Vocational students. The faculty proved their extraordinary skill in rolling nnd tumbling on the floor while Iho boys proved theirs in shooting goals. Occasionally Dean Clark seemed to nt think it ought lo be foot ball least his guard cotihi nnve yelled "down" lo his own personal advantage at different times. Professor Baird and Benton Fielder were the center of attraction ns but all "rooters" for the faculty their rooting was rooled in vain when the lat half closed with n score of 31 to 0, in favor of the students. The faculty ha a strong leant but the hoys of (ho department, arc supposed to be the strongest in Berea. They are Vocational. The Vocational Junior Class, nt their Inst meeting, elected Hugl Moblev ns President of the clas. All are glad to have him come back My mind lias been deeply impressed for n long time by tho necessity action designed to encourage nnd establish tho prnctico of physical culture among tho citizenship of this country. The appalling condition, disclosed by the recent physical examinations of tho young men of our nation before the exemption boards has sent a thrill of alarm and n sense of profound concern into the heart of every thinking nnd loyal citizen; The question naturally arises within the mind of every fcrious man, What practical thinjf can bo done to decrease tho percentage of physical deficients and raisu the standard of physical cfllciency among tho men of our nation? There Is overwhelming cvidenco that the people of this nation aro living in profound ignorance of tho vital and imperative necessity of training their bodies with the same care and thoroughness ns they do their minds. "Cram tho mind, though tiio body be crippled," has been the abiding practice of our pcopl'o so long that when the hour of great necessity arises, when the moment of peril is upon us, and the things that aro more priceless to us than our lives are in jeopardy nnd the cry of n ruthless enemy is heard at our gates, and tho nation turns with confidence to tho surging millions of its citizens for defenders, an amazing host is found nervous, timid, uncertain, doubtful, hesitant, and with waning nnd depleted vitality. Well might wo hang our heads in shame at tho exhibition, and doubly so, because in all the wonderful achievements of this peerless nation it has neglected tho apparent and imperative duty of training its citizenship in tho necessity of physical culture. It is easy for a healthy man to be courageous, hopeful, optimistic nnd enthusiastic, and it is easy for a sick man to bo a coward. If tho resplendent glory of this nation is to remain unsullied, it will be becauso of the devotion, courago, masterfulness, resourcefulness aud physical vigor of its citizens. for 6omo governmental HIGHLANDER BRINGING IN A PAIR OF BOCHES lo continue his won; here after having so successfully completed Doctor .McAllister lias moved from his teaching in Clay County. the Rogers house, which ho has occupied since he came to Berea, to Quite a number of Vocational Stu the house that has been occupied dents are planning to take the Civil by Doctor Cowley on Prospect street. Snrvlt-- Prpiiimnlinti In ho oil I In the Business Iloom next Monday,! March II. UNION vs. PI SIGMA Union 1 itcrary Society of the Normal department nnd Pi S'igma NEW HEN RULING A BLESSING Literary Society of tho Academy The ruling of tho United Slate? department niel in Joint debate in Food Administration prohibiting the Main Chapel Saturday, March U, .elliiw of hens am pullets l ebruarv Mil, 7:30 p. m. The question debated ail. In Miv leiV. mil is fur till. Illir- -' . a.'.v, .j j . ..it.,. was: HESOLVF.D, That the United poe of conserving the egg supply Slates should pay Colombia (S. Aj of I ho country and lo encourage tho 23,000.000, aa a compensation for the production of more chickens. loss of tho Panama Canal Zone. It has been an unfortunate cusUnion was represented by Chester tom in the Stato of Kentucky for C. Brown, Harry H. Waller, and tho farmer to sell hens during the Charles C. Graham. These men up early spring months, Just at tho held the affirmative side of tho limo when they would bo producing question, and won the decision. Our the most eggs. It is estimated that department is justly proud of these 1,000,000 fowls are sold annually men who represented Union, and from this State during this timo. we extend lo them our heartiest This represents a los of 30,000,0001 congratulations. The men who rep eggs, which will be prevented this resented Pi Sigma, also, deserve year. much credit for the nble manner in Heretofore every farmer who has which the negative side of the quessold a hen during February has lot presented. tion was per hen by do- Tho Union debaters and their at least Fifty Cents "fair friends'' found a spread pre- ini; so. Therefore, this rulo is not pared for llicm in the Normal din- a hardship but a blessing, as tho ing room Monday evening. The de- income to tho fanners in Kentucky baters of both sides have been in- will bo something like $500,000 moro vited to dino with Messrs. 11. C. than if tho hens had boon sold. Tho nation needs tho eggs that Miller and Isaac Bowles at Boone evening. This din will bo laid by tlieso hens in order Tavern Tuesday ner will be a novel affair in the his- to increase our food supply and tory of Berea Collego literary socie- heli win tho war. ties. It is a consequenco of ,lho After .May tst theso hens may bo splendid feeling that prevails be- sold ns usual. tween these two debating teams. Furthermore, do not "break up" tho broody lions. She is only Men of Rare Value. her desiro to help defeat tho "I welch mv words when I say that Kaiser. Give her n setting of eggs If the nation could purchase a poten nnd let her raise chickens. It will tial Wntt, or Uuvy, or t arauay, ai uia be both i.oiltablo aud patriotic. cost of a hundred thousand pounds Fred SI. Saokelt, Federal Food down, he would ho at tho Administrator for Kentucky. money. It Is u mere commonplace nnd everyday piece of knowledge mat Smallest Drinking Cup. what these men did hus produced millions of wealth. In the narrow One of the new folding drinking cups made of waterproof fabric collapses est economical sense of tho word." Huxley. Into a tubo no larger than a lead penn 1 -dirt-chea- p un-tni- ii During a recent Iirltlt.li advance on the west front this Highbinder wns caught by the camera bringing In two Uormiins whom he had cuptured, and ho was compelling them to euro' In their nun innchtne gun. The limit of time for llling income Palestine a Small Country. tax returns hns been extended to Nearly all the events In the history April I. of Israel that uro recorded In the Old Testument happened within n territory irlrtrCrCrCrtrCrtrCrirCrttrtr no bigger than the stato of Connecticut, whose area Is 4,800 squnro miles, UNCLE 8AM IS TO CATCH nnd Into hurdly any other country hns SHARKS AND USE HIDES there been crowded from tho days of AS LEATHER SUBSTITUTE Abraham till our own so much history that Is to say, so ninny events Hint A contract for 1.000 Bhurk hnve been recorded In tho annals of hooks has been awarded by Unmankind. cle Sam to u Connecticut blackNor Is It only thnt Palestine Is really smith. a small country. The traveler conThere nru to be three varieties stantly feels ns he moves ubout that of hook, 11, 10 and 0 Inches In It Is u small country. From the helKhts length. A chain und swivel are a few miles north of Jerusalem ho to be attached to each hook. sumsees, looking nothwurd, n far-of- f It Is reported from Washingmit carrying snow for eight months In ton that the government Is ubout the year. It Is Hermon, nearly 10,000 to prospect In a new leather feet high Hermon, whose fountulns Held, that of shurk skins. In Nafeed tho rivers of Damascus. a series of tests u durable aud tional Geographic Maguzlno. satisfactory leather has .been evolved from thu skins of theso Not an Author, fish. It Is believed there Is no "lie has furnished tho world a great reason why un Industry muy not many stories." "A literary man?" "Oh, be profitably sturtcd. no; a structural steel contractor, and has built skyscrapers everywhere." cil. DETERMINING AGE OF MAN Pe-Ho- GERMAN NAVAL GUN, CAPTURED AND HAULED IN BY A BRITISH TANX How Scientist Has Fixed Glacial d In Sweden. Prof. Gerald de deer, a Scandinavian man of science, has for many years been studying tho sands deposited by the glaciers In tho Yoldla sea In Sweden. These He In layers of alternately flno und coarse Band. It seems certain that the line sand Is deposited by the slow flow of winter and that tho coarse layers aro due to the summer flow when tho streams aro swollen by tho thawing of tho glaciers. By counting theso layers and study- MEN ENLISTED THAT WORK FROM OHIO. INDIANA AND KENKNOW THAT SHOULD TUCKY THIS ARM OF THE AMERICAN RED CROSS IS STRONO ENOUGH FAMILIES' MAKE THEIR TO CARES EASIER AND TO EXTEND A KIND. YBT UNPATRONIZINO. gLPINQ HAND. SUCH FAUILIM HMHTANOT WITHOUT New Truck Sprays Sand on Streets. Spraying sand on slippery streets la made easy by a new motortruck of Ingenious construction. The sand falls from the. truck body on a revolving disk at the rear end Is thus spread o In all directions, says the Popular Monthly. 3d-enc- WITH THKR RJD SMMUN1CATB 8KRV1CB COMMIT Tm WHBM TftQUJUJK III AMI cut's Longing. The soul's longing Is the heart's ' Til. ing their thickness, Professor de deer has como to the conclusion that southern Sweden was first clear of glacial Ico about 2,000 years ago. This calculation coincides roughly with that derived from his study of tho Niagara gorge by O. W. Wright and with that of Hollas, who holds that the last glacial epoch ended not more than 7,000 years ago. Blr Bertram Wlndle says that "with such difference of opinion existing among the doctors" plain men should remember that any statements about ancient specimens of man being "bun drcds of thousands of years old," perhaps even millions, are based on pure Imagination and have no real founda tlon of any kind. U Ono of the massive Ilritlsh tanks, after huvlug smashed the lllmlenburg line In the great Cauilirnl buttle finished up Uie day by bringing back ono ot the prizes of tho victory, a CO German nuvul gun. The tank lumbering through the muck euslly hauled tho big naval gun ulong In Its wake. March 7, loifl. THE CITIZEN Pago Three. WHY WE FIGHT AGAINST PRUSSIAN AUTOCRACY CAP Just Two Kinds of Men in the World Former Advertising Manager of Wanamaker'a, Philadelphia A Unique Proposal By F. A. MITCHELL Wtsttrn Ntwspspsr Union.) By J. R. HAMILTON (Cosrrlsht, 1J17, Study this remarkable picture and you cannot fall to understand why we nre flxhtlnir the Prussian autocracy You will we how truly the criminal spirit that movea men In the German army and navy to commit outrages against humanity I embodied In the Herman kalaer. Here the artist has shown the autocrat and his warriors aa they really ore. In their effort to put the hobnailed heel of Prussian-Is- m on the necks of free nations the Oermiins plunder the homes of Innocent use the white fine to lure their enemies out Into the open to be shot, murder women and children, cut off the hands of babies, and Introduce Into war-fa- re poison gas. Still With Ut. Wlfey (remlnlseently) Oh I for the good old dnys, George. Hubby Whnt old dnys, .Susan? Wlfey Why, the days of our grandparents, when there were so mnny brass knockers. Hubby H'ml Marie, there are plenty of knockers around now, nnd nil of them seem to hnve abundance of brass. PARISH PRIEST USED AS SHIELD Brand Whillock Tells of Cowardly Act of Commander of German Detachment. HUGH GIBSON ADDS EVIDENCE No Light on the Subject. "Who Is the author of the saying: "Meeting the devil before duy!" osks n correspondent of the Adnms Enter prise, nnd the editor replies: ''Dunno. Sometimes wo nre under Germany, who signed the conventions the Impression that we said It ourself, of the second pence conference at The after we had successfully dodged a kerosene lamp, on a 3 a. m, Hague, 1007, pledged themselves to the well-aline- following: etnlrway." Tells of Priests Compelled to Walk fore "Huns" to Form Screen Cardinal Mercler Statement aa to Taking of Hostages. Be- That the Germans in Belgium made use of women, children, and in- priests as screens to protect the vaders from Belgian troops is shown to Truth" Cardinal Mercler cites by the following testimony gathered the following cai.es : by the committee on public infor- No genernl penalty, pecuniary or otherwise, shall be Indicted upon the population on account of tho nets of Individuals for which they cannot be regarded as Jointly und severally responsible." "Article Lll. Itcqulsltlons In kind nnd services shnll not he demanded from municipalities or Inhabitants except for Oie needs of the army of occupation. They shnll be In proportion to the resources of the country, nnd of such n nature as not to Involve the Inhabitants In the obligation of taking part in military operations against their own country." The German authorities hnve violated these articles from the very beginning. As soon as they Invaded heavy fines were Inld upon Individual communities ns reprisals for some act ngnlnst the German nrmy or its regulations which wus committed within their boundaries.' Iti "An "Article L. Bel-gluAp-jw- al Blended Emotions. "Whnt a peculiarly Interesting face your friend, the poet, lias gurgled the romnntlc maiden. "It seems to com blno the elements of sorrow nnd hnppl-nessench struggling for supremacy.' "He looks to me more like "a man who was married nnd didn't know It,' replied the cynical bachelor. Judge. A Natural Leader. "Were you fighting with that boy next door?" "No, mother." replied Willie WIggs. " e were not fighting. I found It nee essnry for the welfare of the neighbor hood to discipline him. And he was so indiscreet ns to put up n show of re sistance." HIS IDEA without resources, 1ms had a fine of 20,000 marks inflicted on it because the burgomaster did not Inform tho military authority of a Journey which the cardinal, deprived of tho use of his motorcar, had been obliged to make on foot. In fact, upon the flimsiest pretexts heavy fines are Indicted on communes. The communo of l'uers was subjected to n fine of 3,000 marks because n telegraph wire was broken, although the Inquiry showed that It had glveil way through wear." Merciless Exaction. to such arbitrary, In addition houses, nnd United 100." Hugh Gibson, In "A Journal From sporadic exactions, In December, 1014, 40,000,000 demanded "Hard luck ngnln." Our Legation In Belgium," pugo 155. the Germans francs ($8,000,000), a month to be "Why sol" gives another Incident: paid by the llelglnn provinces Jointly. "Just got hit with n horse and cart; "Two old priests novo stuggered InConcerning this enormous imposition when It might hnve been an automo legation more dead than to the Cardinal Mercler says, In tho "Appeal bile." nllvo lifter hHVlng been compelled to German troops for to Truth :" wnlk nhend of the "Now, In December, 1014, Belgium Is It Notl miles as a sort of protecting screen. wns devustuted. Contributions of war It's easy to say what another should do One of them Is 111, and It is wild that Imposed on In the Btrucsle for Klory or pelf; the towns nnd Innumerable ho may dlo as a result of what lie has requisitions In kind had exhausted her. But when the same problems are put up to you gone through." The greoter purt of the factories were Ain't It hard to decide for yourself? Statement of Cardinal Mercler. Idle, und In those which were still at n "At the Hum of tho Invasion work, raw materials were, contrary to A Philosopher's Wisdom. civilians, In 20 places, were made all law, being freely commandeered. "Sir Isaac Newton wns a prudent to tuke part In operations of war Ucl"It was on this Impoverished man." against their own country. At glum, living on foreign charity, that a "Why do you think so?" and elsewhere contribution of nearly 500,000,000 Dlnunt "In experimenting with the law of citizens, francs wns Imposed. !n many places, peaceable gravity he sat uuder n treo and let on women and children were forced to The German military rules huvo also apple full on his head. It was so much inurch In front of German reglmeuts made the families responsible for acts better than sitting under a ladder wait or to make n screen before them. committed by or charged against mem- lng for a hodcnrrler to drop a brick." The system of hostages was carried bers ns Is shown In tho following exout with n llerco cruelty. Tho procla- amples, which nre quoted from tho Present Responsibilities. mation of August JthP quoted above, "Appeal to Truth, cited above: "Now, tho economic conditions we'll : declared, without circumlocution "Tho llelglnn government have sent have to meet when tho wnr Is over " Hostages will be freely taken.' "You're nway ahead of your story, orders to rejoin tho army to the mi"An olllclnl proclamation, posted at litiamen of several classes. All friend," said Senator Sorghum. "What Llego, In the early days of August, ran thoso who receive these orders are we've got to do now Is to look after tho thus: 'Kvery aggression committed strictly forbidden to net upon them. economic conditions now required to ORulnst the German troops by uuy perthe get the war over." . . . In case of disobedience sons other than soldiers In uniform family of the militiaman will be held not only exposes tho guilty person to equally responsible." Outmatched. be Immediately idiot, but will also en"Do you think the widow is setting Punishment "Without Mercy." tail tho severest reprisals against all The commander in chief of tho Ger- ber cap for him?" die Inhabitants, and especially against man army In llelgluiu posted a procla"No; sho tells me ho Is clever but thoso natives of I.I ego who havo been mation declaring: Impossible." hostages in tho citadel of detained as "Mercy I If the widow finds him Im'The villages whero nets of hostility Liege by the commandant of the Ger- shall bo committed by tho inhabitants possible, bo must be clever." man troops.' against our troops will bo burned. "These hostages lire Monslguor Hut-teA Mild Rebuke. "For all destruction of rouds, bishop of Liege ; M. Kleyer, burgo-mustbridges, etc., tho villages In the "Judging from tho pictures of Miss of Liege; the senators, repre- neighborhood of tho destruction will Decollete In that society paper, sbo sentatives, and the pcrmuneia) deputy be held responsible. Is in urgent need of being taken to a and sheriff of Liege." "The punlshmeuts announced above hospital." Tho above quotation Is taken from will bo carried out severely nnd with"For what reason!" "An Appeal to Truth," addressed No"To have her cuts dressed." out mercy. Tho wholo community Hostages vember 24, 1015, by Curdlnul Mercler will be held responsible. and tho other bishops of llelgluiu to will bo taken in largo numbers. Tho Sultablo Place. tho cardinals, archbishops, and bishops heaviest war tuxes will bo levied." "I should think they could easily Austrlu-llungurof Germany nnd At the end of tho "Appeal to Truth" rulso chlckcus on board ship." "Homo ten or a dozen American cor- Curdlnal Mercler Bays: "What are you talking about?" respondents, of whom I was one, wit"Aren't thero hatchways convenient "Hut wo cannot say nil here, nor end doesn't a ship often lay to!" nessed the first German drlvo through quote all. Belgium. Most of us were so appalled "If, however, our readers wish for Lost Hit Head Also. and horrified by whut we saw as to be- tbe proof of the accusations . . . for life." Will Ir- we Uiall bo glad to furnish them. come "What happened when you encounwin In Saturday Evening Post, Octo- There Is not in our letter, nor in the tered the burglar?" to tho "Appeal to "lie took my breath away." ber 0, 1017, pugo 41. four annexes Robbery Under Quito of Fines. Truth, oue allegation of which wo "Anything else anything of value! fUked the officer mechanically. The contractluif nations, Including haw not the proofs in our records," MInlHter Whltlock,.in hla report of Beptember 12, 1017, to Uie secretary of states, Riven np Instance of the German practice of seeking protection. Tlio Germans attacked Hougnerdo on the 18th August; the llelglan troops were holilltiK the Oetto bridge In the village. The Germans forced the parish priest of Autgncrden to walk lit front of them us n shield. Ah they neured the bnrrlcado the Belgian fired und the priest was killed. After the retreut of the Belgians the Germans shot four men, burned 60 sol-tile- rs Bel-glnTcr-mond- e, mation: "Miillnes, u working-clas- s town, ... n, rail-woy- s. er n They hnd Imltnted the birds by going South to nvold the cold wenther. She was He wns blase nt twenty-two- . Financially, there are just two kinds of men in the world; those romnntlc as every girl of twenty should who constantly figure upon the principal of their money and those be. Indeed It Is questionable If women ever lose their romance. who deal with the interest on the principal. "Do you sec that rock out there!" she asked. The one kind of man throws nway ten dollars carelessly and "Yes, what of It!" "It Is cnlled lovers' rock. There Is nays, "What's the difference. is only a ten dollar bill." n trndltton tlint If a mnn proposes to The other holds on to that ten and says, "Ten dollars is the a girl out there she enn't refuse him." "You mean when the tide Is coming 5 per cent on a capital of two hundred dollars." interest in nnd she Is cut off from shore; sho One man figures on how much ten dollars will buy. The enn't swim; nnd tho fellow won't savo her unless she will agree to marry would cost him to buy ten him." other man figures on how much "How you talk I It Isn't that nt nit. dollars. There's somo spell that Is thrown over the girl which draws her to tho man." A difference of principal and interest that is all. moved to know girls "I principal-figur- e is not the principle figurer in life. love didn't bnrren plncc were n whnle's Yet the on n like Indeed, he counts for very little except when he is spending that back. I thought the way to win them was nmld music nnd flowers." ten. No one comes to him with opportunities. No one considers "Yes, but I can understand how behim as a possible investor in anything good. Money always ing under a spell might compel a girl to yield on n barren rock like that, passes him quietly by. when moonlight, music and flowers fall." And yet this is all a simple habit of mind. The difference wouldthink I would be most easily In"I only a little duced to propose to a girl after a between financial success and financial failure is good dinner." trick of the brain. "I fear that In your brain where tho of romance should be there is And the habit of figuring interest the habit of figuring bump plnce." a flat every dollar you spend as the interest on twenty times that "Itathcr a hollow, nowever suppose we go out on the lovers' Vock, and see five per cent, is very easily learned. amount what will happen." Try it now in the personal tilings you are going out to buy. If Thero was no reply to this. Sho sat gazing out to sea, evidently desyou need a suit of clothes, look through the advertising in this pairing of being nble to touch a chord paper. See where you can save five dollars, and then say to of romance In him, or rather regretting thnt such n chord did not exist. yourself, "I am not merely saving five dollars by buying a suit of "Come," he ndded rising. "I'm curiclothes from this advertisement; I am saving the amount which one ous to know if I will be compelled to propose to you if we go out together hundred dollars would earn if it worked at five per cent interest for to the rock." "That Isn't It nt all. It isn't that tho a whole year." mnn Is Impelled to propose to the girl. That's the thing that brings you to your muttons. That's It's thnt If he does, sho is Impelled by some strange Influence to accept the thing that makes you stop and think. him." "Well, let's try it nnywny." Now these good sales are going on all through this paper. helped her his hand money on anything you buy. Your clothes, your shoes, to He put outher sent onnnd sand, and You can save the rise from oppor- led her to n rowbont moored to a your shirts, your household goods all offer money-savinfloating plntform lending out Into tho tunities in these sales. wnter. She got Into the boat without leaBt five hundred dol- saying n word nnd he pulled over n "Why, y0U can Bave the interest on hundred yards of shallow water to the right. And show me the man to rock. There he colled the painter lars if you will only go that whom five hundred dollars is not a capital worth considering? around n stone and they went to They side of the rock facing the ocean. Interest that is the thing to figure on always. And the way had only to take a few steps, for tho uncovered which wns to save the interest on a lot of money is to watch the advertising tidegreat space. rising left down side They sat no by side. in this paper day by day and do your buying from these sales (Copyrighted.) "I feel it coming," he said presently. "Whnt's coming!" This Dog Oot to Ride. JAMES L. WILMETH "The spell." There Is an Ironclad rule on the "Nonsense." surface cars In this city which forbids "Do you feel it!" dogs of all kinds from riding. And "Feel whot!" conductors rigidly enforce the rule. me propose to "A The other afternoon n man with a Hus- you." desire to have sion wolf hound, nlmost as big ns a "Didn't I tell you thnt if the man horse, hoarded n Thirty-fourtstreet "Yes, yes, but Is a man going to dog off this car; he car. "Take that propose to n girl in cold blood! Is can't ride," ordered the conductor. "I no love current between them? tb H guess ho can, nil right," returnedques- thereopinion Is that If there Is anySly passenger. "You got n permit!" rock forcing the man to tioned the conductor. "No, I alD't got thing In this propose, the girl has ns much to do n permit," said the owner of tho dog. ns he." "Of! with you and your dog, then," with It "Not at all The tradition Is sihnrdly," shouted the conductor. "Not was the reply. "The rules are agulnst mply'" "That a woman is obliged to accept a It, sir. The car won't go until you proposal. But " take him off." "Well, I won't toko him "Well!" off." "Why!" And tho man held two "Grent heavens! There gQM cor transfers out toward the conductor, boat." nnd suggested that he tnke them. "I ' The rising tide hnd unloosened the got a transfer for myself and one for Talnter nnd wns carrying the boat the dog, and the conductor on the away. Thero would be no uso In tryother car 6ald It was all right. Now, ing to regoln It by swimming, for it you'll take 'em, or tho car don't go. I was even now further from the rock stnnd on my rights." "You win, old shore, and it was recedtop, If you don't mind me calling you than was the ing rapidly. Looking about them they old top," said the conductor. And he was nearly covered pulled the bell rope and the car was saw that the rock nBBBBBBBBBBBBBBSBTSBBHHSBBBBTs&SBBr with water. TbTbbbI off. New York Tribune. "While we have been talking," ho LADY ORANMORE AND BROWNE said, "the tide has cut us off from Ishore." "Whnt shnll we do!" cried tho girl much frightened. James L. Wllmeth of Tennessee and "Wo haven't tested the proposal Arkansas, who has been appointed dimatter yet!" rector of the bureau of engraving and "Don't talk nonsense 1 Our lives are printing, Uncle Sam's big money fac"j at stake." tory, Is one of the few men who have "I don't believe yon havo any roadvanced to an Important government mance in you after all." position through the ranks of govern"Come, come; how nro we to get ment clerks. He entered the governashore!" ment service 20 years ago, assorting They were far from their hotel or money orders for $60 a month. any house. Indeed there was no one near to render them assistance. Besides the twilight was fading. He took Commercial Woods. ber hand and said: Our commercial woods are divided "I think I am going to Into two large clnsses the hardwoods, "Heavens I Don't faint." 1 "Propose." trees, and tir woods from broad-leave"Aro you crniy!" the softwoods, or conifers, which are "No, I am under the Influence of tbe woods from trees with needlo or scule-Uk- e spell." leaves. Thero Is a third class, repShe had by this time lost ber self resented by tho palms and yuccas, but control, and although sho could not It Is of minor Importance. Tho terms swim, marched out into tho water, "hardwood" and "softwood" give a hoping that she could wade ashore. It wrong impression, however, for somo was nowhere over ber bead, but eo softwoods, as yellow pine and deep at once place as to reach ber tamarack, are considerably harder than many hardwoods; and some shoulders. She feared to proceed. "Help I" she called to him. hardwoods - for example, cottonwood and basswood aro ulmost as soft as "I love you ; will you marry me!" tho sofest conifers. These terms hnvo "No." been In use so long, however, that Taking her by the arm be assisted tbclr meaning Is well established. her to tbe shore. They reached It dripNot content with partial service In ping of course. lie tamed toward the time of her country's need, Lady lovers' rock. Oranmore and Browne, shown here In Just Before Hostilities. "Humbug," he snarled, shaking hta "Tlint b'y nv molne'll mako his mark the garb of a nurse, Is now devoting fist at It. In the wurruld," said an Irishman every moment to the men wounded on Sho turned viciously and started for She Is one of the the hotel. It required a week for ber "lie will that same," replied hl neigh- the battlefield. bor, "If It's only by puttln 'a fut youngest of the peeresses of Great anger to cool. Then when be proposed In the mud." Pearson's Weekly. Britain. again, she accepted him. It at it at g at - at it h bbTbTbTbTbTbTbTbTbTbTbTbTbTbTbTbTbTbb I. H. Long nnd wife left Saturday for Aberdeen, Miss., where Mr. Long will lie connected with the Pickle Hotel, managed by our former townsman, J. K. Baker. Miss Irene Molllt enjoyed n weekM NEWS OF DERKA AND VICINITY, OATHEKED FROM A visit with friends in Atlanta nnd reVARIETY OK SOURCES turned Tuesday. Felix J Mahler, Secretary and Treasurer of Detroit Bonding ComHouse for rent and somo lota for pany, of Detroit, Mich., enjoyed-- u Ad, few days' rest at Boone Tavern. sale. Dr. S. R. Baker. Mrs. I). W. Jackson is able lo be SEED CORN FOR SALE out again. f Ladies, (he prices of hats nro not Cnliro Corn. Big While, and Sixty Berea, Ky. going up nt Laura Jones' Millinery Day Large Yellow corn. All leslpd. Bank & Trust Bldg. W. T. Anderson, Berea, Ky. Store this senson. It's a fact. Come Phone 110-- 2. right in and we will prove It to you. ad.-3- 7. Our big new stock is just being ad.-EGGS TOR SETTING opened up. Come. Sclcntillc horse shoeing, lino iron Barred Rocks, pure, 00c a selling. Frank Evans of Harlan was a Iltf-rrepairs of all descriptions work and 80c by mall. Isilor last week. nt the College Blacksmith Shop, 'I'. A. Edwards, Berea, Ky. Miss Sarah Byrd of the College ad.-.'(- 8. Main Street, north of The CltUcn department had to 'give np her ad. studies for OITlce. SEED CORN FOR SALE a. time and return lo Fine seed corn for sale at $5.00 her home on account of tho illness We SELL hats and sell them right. of her mother. per bushel. C. C Chrisman. Walnut ad. Mrs. Laura Jones. Grant Huff, the accountant of the Meadow, Berea, Ky. Phone 170-- 3. nd.-- 3 J. H. Jackson spent Sunday with College Woodwork department, is liomc.folks. spending several days in the mounCARD Or TUANKS The Rev. ninl Mrs. Hans went to tains. Wo wish lo thank our many .Mr. Haas Mrs Esicfio Baxter nnd Miss Itarhourville Saturday. will he pastor of the M. E. Church Zarolda Baxter of Richmond were friends for their kindness and symthere. They expect to move soon. visiting relatives in Berea from Sat- pathy shown us in the death of our brother and husband, Tandy Smith. Their many friends hero certainly urday until Monday. The sons of II. C. Kinnard wore hvho died February 3, 1018. will miss them. Mr. and Mrs. James Smith Durard Gott and family left Sun- called home at the (lrsl of the week and Mrs. Tandy Smith. day for Aberdeen, Miss., whero-the- y because of the serious illness of will make Iheir home for this year. their father who was suffering from TWO JACKS FOR SALE E. T. Fish and son, Lona, motored a severe stroke of paralysis to Two good jacks, three and five which ho succumed Monday night. lo Richmond Monday on business. Mi and 15 hands high. Miss Francis Mattinghy, of LouisFor Sale: Fino strain qf While years old, ville, will trim for Mrs. Laura Jones Leghorns; cheap. Forester Raino. For information phono M. D. Settle, ad.-3Big Hill, or write mo at Big Hill. 0 this season. She comes highly recnd.-3- 0 J. M. Haley. ommended. Little Miss Annabel Porter and ad.-3- 0. John and K. 11. Muncy were in Annie Do Jarnett English spent the Cincinnati, 0.. the last of the week. week end with Mr. and Mrs. II. C. WANT A LITTLE FARM NEAR David Jackson and family moved Woolfe at Winchester. BEREA? Tuesday to Speedwell where they E. 0. Godby was in town on a I have five, containing from 30 to will farm this year. brief visit last week. CO acres; some improved with nice .11 H. 'Muncy left Monday for Wallace Adams was home last cottago houses. Prices from $30 to where he will purchase fur- week and mado quite a few im- $100 per acre. Easy terms to the niture for the Muncy Brothers' Fur- provements on his house on Center right man. niture Store at Richmond. street. J. W. HERNDON. Mr. and Mrs. George Ford of PhilHugh Mabalfey of the Academy Ad.-3- 7. Berea, Ky. adelphia, Pa., were here over Sun- department is spending this week day visiting their son. George, who with his parents at Sturgeon. WOOD WANTED is in the Academy department. Corp. Paul Bickncll. of the 149th The College Treasurer is now Wallace Buchanan who hns been Infantry Band, at Camp Shelby, ready to make wood contracts for ill at the Robinson Hospital is now Miss., is home on a summer delivery. able to he out again. this week. Tho wood should bo cut not later Mrs. Mary J. Duncan is improving Mrs. J. W. Adams, formerly of after some weeks' of suffering from Whites Station, an interested read- than May 1st, and dolivered between n fall. er of THE CITIZEN, has left her July 1st and October IsL Mrs. Laura Jones has just return- farm and now resides in Richmond, "The prico for sound hard wood, well split and ricked, is $3.00 peri ed from the City where she has bcc:i 2G1 X. 2nd strecL cord. buying hep new spring line of hats. Rev. W. H. Baker, Berea U'lio ad.-3- G Versons wishing a contract should class of 1885, after a successEdgar Wyatt left Saturday for ful pastorale of eight years of the apply at the Treasurer's office at adJ Aberdeen, Miss., for a few days. Congregational Church at. Chagrin once. Charles Wyatt of Cincinnati was Falls. 0., has accepted a call to tho at home for a short time- last week. Congregational pastorale of Andover, Sam Morgan and wife were in Be- 0. rea at the ilrst of the week. Mr. Doctor and Mrs. Roucrls left OrMorgan is now practicing on his lando, Fla., Tuesday, for Berea feelown farm near Stanford, what he ing line. has been preaching as county agent. Alex Black from Speedwell is visII. C. Woolfo of Winchester made iting his sister, Mrs. J. 11. Jackson. a short business trip to Berea last The. Woman's Industrial will meet week. on Monday, March 10, in the Parish Green HiJl of Bethany, W. Va., is House, as fromerly. spending several days in Berea this Tho citizens of Crcekside were week with relatives. taken by surpriso the other night G. D. Lakes of Ravenna was in Be when the Christmas Ridge String rea over Sunday. Band swooped down upon them and Mrs. G. W. Moore returned gave Ihem a concert which was en from a two weeks' visit with joyed by all present. her husband at Ft. Thomas. Mr Fine $350.00 Bush and Gcrts piano Moore has recently been transferred for sale at a bargain; also a solid to San Antonio, Texas. oak buffet. Enquire of the Rev. C.. Knight, Jackson street, Berea, Ky. GRADED SCHOOL NOTES E. F. Dlznejr, LOCAL PAGE Principal d. Everybody is trying lo got Iheir bearing nfter Hie quarantine is lifl-oNext week announcement will be made of I he time for tho presentation of the new school flag. Everybody is urged to help restore the attendance of pupils who left mi account of the quarantine. Miss Bertha Scale visited Urn Eastern Slate Normal last Saturday Miss Martha Dean will go in n few days for a short rest lo Indianapolis ?hn will visit the public schools while there; nnd Miss Ida Abnoy will supply in her nbsenre. The following is the honor roll for the sixth month: first grade, Furl Bales. Everett Huff, John Hall. J. B. Moore. Mabel Best; second grade, I'.ula Johnson, Geneva Moore, Mar shall Robinson; third grade, Milford Gaine, William Haley, Howard Wider, Nellie Hayes; fourth grade, Chellis Peters. Herman Cornell, I). T. Moore, Fannie Coyle, Susie Robinson, Altn Gaines, Mary Gallic fifth grade, Harry Grillln, Nannie Jones; sixth grade, Ollle Willis, Howard Pennington; seventh grade, I.enora Bales; eighth grade, Bernlce Pennington, Richard Venable. SCAFFOLD CANE HILL ROAD CON TRACT TO BE LET Do You Love Your Family ? Dean & Stafford REAL ESTATE Best Blacksmithing M ea 01 ajrsteaa. course every parent loves hi family. The questlei Yet manT thoughtless parenU superfluous. spend as they go. They lire up to every penny they make. The beat way to obviate the money ipendinf habit ia to start a bank account. You'll not be so ready to draw a check aa you are to break a bill. Let u explain our baakiaf seem Berea National Bank TWO MORE BEREA COLLEGE DAIRY COWS MAKE SPLENDID RECORDS 1 1 Lou-isvil- lo rg, fur-Jou- gh Col-ce- ge J - www mm Born max ad.-3- ii pfleaning 1 l&V 2EA ( and Pressing I? Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Shockley. of Walnut Meadow, are the proud par ents of a lino boy, Floyd William. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Campbell and family spent Saturday and Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Hannah Shockley. Prof. C. D. Lcwi3 spent Friday and Saturday of last week in a very We make old prolltable county educational meet suits look like ing at Wliitesburg, Letcher County Tho dale has been changed for new ones. And tho Boy Scouts entertainment to we are equipped March 2.3. Tills we are suro will not to do all, kinds decrease the attendance as the stunts they will pull ofT will bo surof repair work, prisingly line and highly entertaini- ,Jtsmaw cleaning and ng. pressing In ex-c- e Mrs. J. H. Jflckson and Mrs. W. H. Woolens Woolens worthy of the B orn La l)cl arc worthy of your confidence for wc can't afford to rislc The second test of cows at the College Dairy was completed last Thursday, the 28th, in which two more of the line herd made splendid records as given below. The llvo rows now tested are recorded on the ollleinl records of the breed which is exceedingly valuable. Oakwood Katie Korndyke, N lOOOtV). born August I. 1012, yielded in the seven days' test 557.5 pounds of milk, containing 18.3 pounds fnt, equal to 23 pounds of butter. This i cow rame within one-ha- lf pound of LIVE TO BE ONE HUNDRED equaling tho stale record for milk production, and ranks second in the 1. Eight hours sleep every night, slate. Sleep on your right side. Aggio Korndyke Lady, No. 317271 3. Keep your bedroom window born October 10. 1015. yielded in Hi pcn. same number of days of test. 308.1 mat at your bedroom pounds of milk, containing 10.10 . Have a door. pounds fat. equal to 13 pounds ol 5. Keep your bed away from the butter. wall. 0. No cold baths in tho morning, but a bath at the temperature TO STOP LOSS OF 150,000,000 EGGS of the body. 7. Exercise before breakfast. Over 150,01X1,000 eggs will bo lost 8. Eat little meat, and bo sure that lo the food supply of tho United it is well cooken. SLates if tho old prnctico of senda-- Drink no milk. (This applies to ing hens to nuirkct at this seasoa adults only.) Figures compiled by is continued. 10. Eat plenty of fat, to feed the the poultry specialists of tho United rolls which destroy disease Slates Department of Agriculture germs. show that more than 5,000,000 laying Avoid intoxicants, which destroy hens, each capablo of producing 30 the cells that combat disease. eggs are sent to market from the 12. Allow no pet animals in your Southern Stales in the wlnler and living rooms, for they carry early spring. germs. disease Every effort, therefore, is being Live in the country if you Can. drinking made to encourago farmers to keep Hie three D's Watrli their hens until nfter tho spring water, damp, and drains. laying season, thereby getting a Have change of occupation. Take frequent and short holi dividend for keeping the hen Hit u the winter. Tho specialists poinl days. out that, when a hen is sold for Limit your ambition. meat early in the spring, tho farmKeep your temper. er gets no egg return for feeding nml keeping her thru the worst BOWMAN SLOAN months of tho year. J. 0. Bowman, third son of Mr. nnd Moreover, tho hen is marketable Mrs. J. C. Bowman, liroKe the family as poultry after sho has produced record of thirteen children by be- her spring eggs. Poultry in May ing (lie Ilrst to launch Into the sea may bring 2 cents a pound leas of matrimony, somewhat to the than it docs in but, they surpriso of all his friends. point out, tho 30 eggs produced bv wedding took place Friday, Tho tho hen, largoly from wastes, moro the 22nd of February, at Garland, than offset any reduction in tho N. C, tlio brides maiden name bu-iprice olTored for live poultry. Miss Carrie Bryan Sloan. camAn energetic Mr. Bowman is Principnl of the prevent early slaughter school in tho nJisenco of paign to Cranberry lays tho golden his brother, F. 0.. who is in army of tho hen "that thru-o- ut sevice. His many homo friends ex egg" is now being conducted tho Southern States. North of tend congratulations. i ng egg-savi- ng The construction of the IU miles of road on the Scaffold Cane Hill has been advertised to let by the Madison Fiscal Court, and bids on Hie same will be received until Tuesday. April 2. 1018, at which time contract will be let for immcd iate completion of this section of the Dixie Highway. The construction Involves 17,257 cubic yards of earth and rock ex cavation, 2,851 cubic yards surfac ing, 123 cubic yards concrete, 531 cubic yards dry masonry, nnd 7,500 pounds reinforcing steel. Plans may be seen at County RoaJ Engineer's office or at the ofllco of the County Clerk at Richmond. the Ohio River, farmers havo long appreciated Hie advantage of getting the spring crop of eggs and marketing their hens aUer the laying seaoti or in the fall. They that adoption of this plan by southern chicken raisers will ha prolltable and will materially add lo the food supply of tlic nation. bo-lie- vo PRODUCTION OF RIFLES AND AMMUNITION MEETS ALL REQUIREMENTS llltle and cartridge production fx the United States has developed in volume and in quality on u scalfl assuring the satisfarlory equipment of the Army, according to a statement authorized by the Secretary of War. To achieve the rtlle and ammunition production program the Government hns expended or has obligated iLelf lo expend, during 10 months of war. $ lOO.ooo.OOO, and 200 olllcers, 80,000 men and 10,000 women have been engaged exclusively in the manufacture of nlles and rarlridger. Two Government plants nnd lljrco privately owned plants arc engaged in making rifles and ono Government plant and nine privately owned plants are engaged in cartridge manufacture. Ordanahrc experts in this country and in Europe arc in agreement that (he I'niled State" Army is being equipped with two of the best three rifles In the world. F. L. MOORE'S Jewelry Store FOR First Class Repairing AND Fine Line of Jewelry MAIN ST. M. . BEREA. KY. WIDES the General Dealer, gives notice that Scrap iron and other Junk have advanced in price. Wanted, 30 Can or More I Scrap Iron, Heavy Copper, Light Copper, Heavy Red Brats, Heavy Tel-lo- w Brass, Li oat lraw Zlno, Lead, Beef Hides, Horse Hides, Foay aad Colt Hides, No. 1 Sheep Skins, Rags, No. 1 Rubber, No. 3 Rubber, Aate. Casings. Also buy eggs and poultry at highest market prices. Call me before selling. Am paying more than uy one else ia town. If you ea1 I will oall for your goods, rbm 3u a t mcmtatfB, ky. ale-liv- er, ptlonally short time and at astonishingly low prices. Let us tell you how little It will cost you to put those old clothes In good condition before you decide to throw them away. Why not keep one suit here, so that youj can drop In any time and always have a suit that's nicely pressed wear. cleaned and and ready to Scale's Tailoring Shop Short Street Phone 145; residence 41 Duncan spent Monday with the former's sister, Mrs. Nannie Jolm-o- n, of Speedwell. Prof. C. I). Lowls is looking forward with pleasure to his institute work this summer nil the dates being taken for tho eight weeks available. S. A. Lowls, of Carter, Carter County, was visiting his daughter, Miss Ora, of tho Normal department, tho latter part of tho week. E. E. Hopkln Business Manager of Deiinison College, Granville, 0, wils a visitor of the College tho ilrst of tho week. Mrs. Thos. F. Curler, formerly of New York City, now a returned missionary from China, whero sho spent seven years, is a Berea visitor. Her talks on the work in China are exceedingly interesting. Tho following trustees of Berea College were in town for sovcral business sessions the first of tho week: Dr. Win. E. Barton, of Oak Park, 111., Prof. Elmer A. Lyman, of Ypsilauta, Mich., and Dr. A, E. Thomson, of Lincoln Ridge, Ky. SALE FOR BEREA GRADED SCHOOL TAX I. or somo ono. for mo. will on Monday, April 1, 1018, being county our reputation on any fabric of un- court day, between tho hours of 10 n. in. and 2 p.m. in front of tho court houso in' Richmond, Ky., sell tho following property to satisfy tho tax duo tho Berea Graded School of Berea, Ky., for 1017; L. A. Watk ns. Collector. 5.63 F. L. Droughon, 1 lot Z.OJ Durham & A corn. 1 ot 1.60 Mary French, 1 lot 1.00 Fertin Sc. Knuckles, 1 lot Mrs. Lona Holcombo. 1 lot.... 3.75 7.M W. S. Johnson, 1 lot 3.75 R. M. Moore, 1 lot 8.30 .1. B. Pitts. 1 lot 3.41 T. V. Rlttor, 1 lot 6.11 Mrs. E. M. Spenco, 1 lot 5.55 W. J. Simnson. 1 lot 0.88 J. L. Williams, 1 lot 3.42 W. Baker. 1 lot J. 3.00 Lou Bohon, 1 lot Hnrdin Qolden. 1 lot 77 ad.-3- New Spring Models in Coats, Suits, Dresses, Skirts, Blouses are now on display at very reasonable prices. V certain tailoring and wearing qualities. You may cliooso your pattern now from a in variety of wcavo and color. And you'll find our priea vury reubouulle. (7i'in( Berea Coin Dtaltt) B. E. BELUE COMPANY Richmond - J. M. Coyle & Co. - Kentucky Kentucky 9 $100 in Education Equals $1,000 in Land. 4 Pago Fivo. SENATOR OLLIE M. JAMES SHOWS ILLITERACY BEING WIPED OUT HIS INTEREST IN THE ROAD "Thousands of men of drnft ago QUESTION IN THE FOLLOWING aro learning lo read and write In A family Newspaper for nil that li right, Hotel Latham. LETTER TO RODMAN WILEY, order that they may communicate, true, and interesting New York City. with their families when away al COMMISSIONER Or PUBt lUrra, Kt. Ilil.fW! Dear Friends camp," is the statement of Mrs. LIC ROADS, FRANKFORT Cora Wilson SewarL heroine of tho Here wo are as cozy and comfortBKREA PUBLISHINO co. (Incur poraiad) I am glad lo have your loiter of .Moonlight Schols of Kentucky and able as ran ho waiting my limn for WM. C. FROST. F.ditwJn-CMa- f sailing which wns set for March I, thi lib Instant asking mo lo give President of the Kentucky Illiteracy JUJI. WERTENRERGER, M.n.aW Editor hut was postponed until tho Uli you my opinion as to tho Import- Commission. Subscription Rates "In Kentucky, wo started to conowing to dilliiiiill sailing condilionr. ance of building good roadways in PAYAI1I.K IN ADVANCK They send two or threo vessels til our Stale. I feel thai this is a movo-mei- it centrate our work on theso future On Yrar It.rn Sii'Monltia n time so if torpedoed (here is a that is worthy of llio unite) soldiers lasl summer. During the TKrt Moauaa M I have no support minimum of danger of tho people of Kentucky. hot nights of July and August, tho S?nl mMi kr nr F!imaa Mnniv men who wero expecting lo bo callOrder. Oral t, KkUit1 lUr, or one and two (hot of danger nnd am "dialing at It is a well known fact that any rent ilan. the bit" lo gel over there and gel to section of country develops much ed in the second drart worked eagTVi data aftrr roar nam on labal ahowa to erly and patiently. Wo had special wkatdala rmtr Wrfptl.n If ald. If it la not work. more rapidly If the roatls nrc in rbanirxd wltMa ttirre wrvksaftrr renewal notify Wo dud ourselves surrounded good condition, making It accessible stldiers' readers bound in red, white ua. Mltalna; nuaahrra wilt I gladly auipllnl If wa here as in Ilerea by and blue. Tho llrst page began 'I kind friends. at nil times, of (he arv notifWd. year and great- go. I go to war,' and ono of the IJWraJ trnaa star to anr whoolitaln new suH A beautiful hoipiel of spring Mowers ly facilitating buying nnd selling' llrst sentences was rnntiona lorn. Any one aagiiinir ua four Trarljf Thero is tho auuarnpuaaa an rccm Tha Ultltcn m for greeled us here upon our arrival, on year. There is the Hag.' Ily the ciiinp. the kind Hint of our Miss Sperry, operations, AdTrrttaaiajnitM on application. flood roads are uplifting to civil time they were drafted most of them wio is Just returning to Ilerea after ...... I t I I..VH ln..l ization. They bring the mail to the could sign their names to' Liberty tl' Plans for llii American Library (In"y- oncn Honds and write home to their peosupper wilh S. W. Ikggs and wife (loor of CVL'ry Association Include tho estiiblis (who will be remembered in Ilerea up the wnylo the church and school ple. One boy told mo with pride inonl f book and library service in for all classes, thai ho could write to his mother Army and Navy hospitals In America ns Miss Amy llridgimin) now like this, when every and to young Indies." M" gaged in Y. M. fi. A. work. Have rrnnco. linn The Citizen Thrlr MR. TAYLOR WRITES BEFORE SAILING SMART PEOPLE BUY DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS FROM OWEN McKEE THERE IS A REASON RICHMOND KENTUCKY AMERICANS NOT ECONOMICAL LABOR AND FREEDOM t'nat-off- . ly in Kxports of corn to Canada for feeding niul mantifnctiiriiiK pur poses have liwn limited to those varieties and snub's which 'aro not ah liable for seed purposes. Tim War Department now permits women lo qualify as 'inspectors of filial! arms, according to an an notincement by (lie Civil Service. Commission. Following Miggcstions mado by tho formers willing to employ high school boys, Hie educational authorities of Illinois have arranged an extensive fann course, from Febru-rar- y I to May I. Hut 2,001 men have been exempted on the grounds of "moral deilci-encyTills phrase was dcllned by the President's regulation to include persons convirted and sentenced for felony in any court of record. ." 'of January There is nothing in the fuel order 17 lo prevent tho opera- tion of automobiles, motor vehicles r? ell classed being considered as coming under the head of public utilities. In keeping with this rul-igarages have been exempted. Divisional athletic directors who have received commissions will acto company their contingents Franre, according to tho War Department Commission on Training Boxing Instructor(lamp Activities. s-will not be sent with tho troops. ;i at present tho need ror theso men considered greater on this side. Tint Government is to-d- ay greatest employer of labor In th the United Stales, not considering railroad employees. In normal times later. approximately lOO.(HM) civilians are What n world of friendship and employed, and in the last year tile love surrounds us all! 000,000. number has increased to WiHi love to all, I am In comparison one steel corporation Very Cordially, employes 300,000 men. and one rail road 1!!0,000. Howard F.. Taylor. Is the nam-- of tho weekly newspaper being published in France for American troops, under the direction of the intelligence section. Practically the ontiro paper is' devoted to Ameri-tia- it news, including a daily radio report of about 1,100 words suppled by the Committee on Public In formation to tho French fiovornment. also met Gordon J. Inirle and others and on Saturday night there is Ilerea Reunion being planned where we will meet twenty or more. Have had to visit in very brief "snatches" as my time has been fully taken up with the necessary lied Tape. The passport has to be signed by. the Hritish and French Consuls whte olllces are in New York and then letters of identillca-tio- n nnd purposo of travel in ad vance must bo secured, then to secure my uniforms and necessarv "toggery" hos taken time so that I have Jeen obliged to walk even faster than in Ilerea. Makes mo feel Hint I'm buck in old Philadelphia hustling for business. i! wero Vorry to have been pull ed so suddenly at the last from Old Ilerea witli a chance for so few flood Hyes" but the authorities here evidently knew the lime re quired for War Machinery. ,Wo met hundred tho last few days for a hasty parting word- but there were other hundreds whom we love and whom we could not see. I'lie (hot of tho songs by groups on our front lawn, the llah! Hall's! elc., from our dear boys and girls, the meetings around our fireside and yours will remain a delightful memory. ' I regret most of all leav ing thi- - boys of my line Ilible Class and especially tho dear bravo fel lows in tho hospital but our mutual Father is over all and with Him is safety. Ileforo you read this, i will doubt less be well out on old Mother Ocean and us the rooking of the bout lulls me to sleep, remember that before closing my eyes, I had offered an earnest prayer for tho friends in Ilerea. Mrs. Taylor will not be able to Miil with me at this time but hop" lo be permitted to send for lie I rosourco of our great Nation should lie utilized to tho uttermost, II seems lo mo thai it is highly important for our highways in Kentucky to bo (nil in such condition that tho products of our farms, our dairies, our mines, etc., could bo easily transported to the markets of the cities and to the railroads to bo sent out for distribution generally. I shall bo pleased lo cooperate with yourself nnd olhur public spirit ed citizens in Kentucky in every way possible to further tho building of good roads. 1,800,000 The National War Council of the Y. M. 0. A. lias adopted these soldiers' readers for use in the camps. Through the Moonlight Srhools, Mrs. Stewart said, the Kentucky women who aro learning to read ami write aro also being, taught war history. The reasons for the war, tho necessity for thrift, and food conservation arc part of the studies. NEW WAR BOOKLET ISSUED BY COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC INFORMATION WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE ENGAGED IN UINTED STATES ARE According to a late report, of tho women engaged in agriculture in tho United Slates, 750- ,00 are under "0 years of ago and l,0.r0,000 are negroes. A majority of tho women workers are found in tho .Southern States. Tho lines of work in which women will be likely to increase tho'.r farming activities, according to thti report, are vegetablo gardening, poultry raising, butter making, he; raising, etc. It is suggested that women who know how to operate motor cars may with little additional training operate tractors. 1.800,000 A' ar Cyclopedia," providing the public witli information on the great war in the form of a hand- -, book, is the latest 'publication issued by the Committee on Public Information. Tho salient facts of the war are briefly stated in alphabetical form in 300 pages. Tho cyclopedia also contains a chronology of outstanding events ranging front the murder at Serajevo of the Archduke Francis Ferdinand, June 28, 1911, lo the British national labor conference's approval of President Wilson's war aims, December 29, 1917. The volume may be obtained by addressing the Committee on Public Information, 10 Jackson Place, Washington. D. C and inclosing 25 cents to cover cost of printing. "bad form" in Fngland today for n woman to appear in a new costume, and any lady so presenting herself generally docs so witli ample apologies for tho absolute necessity of the case. This was a statement made by Prof. Stougjiton Holhourn of the University of Oxford in a Iccturo delivered in the Fine Arts course In Washington. Professor Holhourn has not been long in this country, and two of his first impressions wero the want of al of tho people In regard to luxuries of the table and the nmounl of wealth and material spent on women's dress. "Heforo I was twelve hours in Vmerica I noticed in a hotel in Bos- Ion tho waste iit sugar. As an in stance, I observed a man and his child each put several spoonfuls of sugar on their morning bananas. This surely is unnecessary waste of a scarce commodity. In contrast to this I would loll you that only three ipiarlcrs of a pound of butler has come into my Drilish household within the past three months, "My wife writes me," continued the Professor, "that cooking utensils arc no longer cleaned in tho old way. Every vessel in which food has been cooked has water poured into it. After a time that wateP is strained and the food which originally adhered lo the sido of the vessel is saved and cooked again." sen-deni- It is considered Sea Coast Sand Binder. Callfornlnns fay there Is no act coast sand binder that surpasses lc effectiveness Anniioplilta nrcrinrlu, sea bent grass. It, has done more to bold the shitting dunes of Ciihlcn Ot park, San Francisco than n: agency. The hope of labor lies in tho opportunities for freedom; military domination, supervision, checks, bondage, Ho in Prussian rule. So declares tho executive commiltco of tho American Federation of Labor. This is a right and clear conception of the issues Involved in this war for the working man. It is not. through a German regime but through democracy Hint labor s to receive adequate recognition ami its realization of its rightful place in tho world. All Americans arc supremely nnd vitally interested in tho war against German autocracy and none more than life working man of America. To him freedom means everything. The lest is on whether the autocratic regime of Germany has bred heller men than the free institutions of this country whether the independent mcr of America can fight so well, can manufacture sucn guns and aeroplanes and other instruments and munitions of war and put them into effective use as can tho human product of German rulo. There is no doubt or the result, but it depends upon the whole American people and not alone upon our lighting men. We who remain in safety al home must do our pari, work, economize, save and support the finances of Hie Government. Industry, saving, and lending to the Government are now national needs and national duties. HOW TO PAY YOUR INCOME TAX Dodge Brothers CLOSED CAR The mere convenience of the convertible sedan is almost forgotten, now, in the greater practical purpose it is serving. Economical, and easy to drive, it is speeding the war work of men and women alike, Hind keeping them fit in all weathers. will pa "Stars and Stripes" LIBERTY. LOAN PRIMER Big Money Push Ahead Get Ready l'50-pag- new publication issued by the United Stales Health Service Is the o book. "Prevention of Disease and Care of the Sick," with a supplement on tlrsl aid work. The A illustrations, ami covers subjects relating to diso.Te.pro-Vfuitiorare and treatment of sick hook lia.s L'OO u, hysons, juries. emergency measures Vn tho treatment of accidental innnd In mi announcement by tho Food .Administration tho cause for ad-... I i vanco iin mo privet I.. uuriiiuirti iu the fact that most rice mills liavn been running to full capacity in order to supply tho denutnd for 1,000,-00- 0 bags for American and allied lighting forces. As a result tho normal supply for homo consumption has been temporarily reduced. Lower prices are forecasted. Ilu order to assure prompt and accurate identification, tho War Department has adopted a system of numbering enlisted men of tho Army. The system provides for ouu series of numbers without alphabetical prolix, fur nil enlisted men. Tin) number assigned lo it soldier will become a pari of his ollloiul designation, and will nuvur bo that. changed nor assigned to another So get ready for tho next Liberty identi.-Ilcatiman. It will bo entered on Loan. Save and sactillce. Nothing lags. wo can over bo asked to do will measure with tho sacrifice, of tho American boys who will "go West" Webster on Opinion, btooaaliteiiciea of opinion, attains in the mint lino trenches beforo are Victory is won.. Area changes of clrcamatancva, oit Ono of these days there is going to be another Liberty Loan nnd tho people of llio United States are go ing to be asked again lo back their fa'th in tho principles of liberty and democracy with their pocket- books. It is often much easier lo sun- scribe to a principle vocally than to hack it with hard money. But think n minute. The United States has under arms today sonn 1,900,000 men. every one of whom has declared his will ingness (o give his life for the prin ciples that somo ' folks hesitate to loan their dollars for. Chose men must bo fed, equipped nnd cared for In every way. Nothing tins nation ran do is too good for Ihem. That costs money. Who be grudges It? This wur is not over yet? Tho rosy optimists, who think America can sit down and wait until Fritz hands them Berlin on a platter inenuco the nation. Kvory sound observer knows that Pnissiunism is fast in (ho saddle and riding hard. Wo are going to need more moil how many no one knows. Perhaps ;i,ooo,ooo. Aro wo willing to pay for them? He sure of ono thing. We will oither pay for tho army or pay the Hun. The Government of the United States has not asked a cent in gift of anyone. It has asked to burrow money and in return has given the best security in tho wtirld. Pay your income tax. jf possible, by check, money order, or draft. This is the urgent request or the Bureau or Internal Revenue. More than 0,000,000 persons this year will pay an income tax. Tho total lo be collected under the war Roventio act or October 3, 1917, in individual income taxes alone is 5000,000,000. The vast majority or these payments will bo small amounts, ir paid as requested it will avoid the necessity ror tho tho issuance or a receipt, and save mucli time and labor. Taxes paid to deputies who aro visiting every county in tho United States to assist taxpayers in making out their returns are sent to tho collector or internal revenue or tho district in wbicjt tho taxes are collected. Checks, money orders, or drafts can be handled without difficulty. Cash has to bo sent bv registered mail or by insured express. In tho conduct of the war Undo Sam is beset with .many difficulties. You can render ono of his innumerable tasks less difficult by paying your incomo tax promptly, and by check, money order, or draft. From the Bureau of Internal Revenue. GENERAL PERSHING WANTS NINE PAIR OF SHOES A YEAR FOR MEN SERVING IN FRANCE yu lo visit us an J examine this car The gasoline consumption is unusually low. The tire mileage is unusually high. Sedan or Coupe, $1350; Winter Touring Car or Roadster, $1050; Touring Car, Roadster or Commercial Car, $885 ; (All prices Detroit.) tab. General Pershing has requested shipment or 18,590 pairs or shoes tor each 25,000 men monthly, which is approximately nino pairs or shoes per man per year. This quantity is in excess or actual consumption and is being used to build up a reserve ror all troops in Franco. When such a supply is accumulated, tho quantities per man will bo reduced. Tho Quartermaster General's Department now has on hand and due on outstanding contracts, 7,501,000 Held shoes and 7,87:1,000 marching shoes. It will bo necessary to secure moro than a million additional shoes during tho year. WHAT WAR-SAVIN- STAMPS BEREA MOTOR CAR CO. Cornelius Bldg. I) Berea, Ky. WILL BUY FOR OUR SOLDIERS A single Thrift Stamp will buy a tent polo or live tent pins, a waist belt or hiit cord, shoo laces or tags; two will buy ono trench tool or n pair of wollon gloves. Four thrift stamps will buy two pairs of canvas leggins; six will buy llvo pairs of woolen socks or three suits of summer underwoarj twelve will buy a steel helmet. Stamp will buy .Ono ono hundred cartridges or a cartridge belt or a scabbard for u bayonet; two will purchase two pairs of wollen breeches or two flannel sntrts; two and a naif will buy it gnsi niaski Three War'-Savin- gs Stamps will buy an overcoat or two wollen service coats; three and a half will buy three pairs of woolen blankets; four will buy a rifle. iden-lillcati- on War-Savings Men Justifiable. Daniel Webster. You Can Go To School This Spring If You Think You can Page Six. TUB CITIZBN Mnrch 7, 1918. MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spencc, Farm Demonstrator and Special Investigator ment will test all Seed Corn brought HOW TO PRESERVE EGGS Use of Watorolass Solution Is One in by the farmers. This work will of the Best Methods Limewater bo supervised by I'rnf. Win. Jess Haird. Theso lests will bo free also. Is Also Good Froservativo Surplus eggs, preserved in tho 'Ilio farmers should see Professor spring, will supply the lioino Willi Lyon. Professor Baird, or the Coun good eggs in tlic fall and winter, ly Agent at once and make arrange hich-price- SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG 1st Door mooey-camlng HOME DEPARTMENT Conducted by Miss Margaret Dlzncy, Director of Home Science PEOPLE Berea's Vocational Schools Little Acts of Sacrifice That Make Patriotism Really Effective By la when eggs nre hard to get and nro ments for the testing. Help Wanted Now! d. Wo all can't go to war but wo can Eggs to ho preserved must ho fresh, and should he placed in tho do somelhing in ihis Sew I Com preserving container as soon ns Testing Campaign. All who can test possible after they arc laid. One of Seed Corn should do so now. Urge tho hcsl method of preserving is farmers to lest their corn. Help by tho use of watcrglass, a pale test corn. Oo out and get it and yellow, odorless, sirupy liquid that lest it for the sake of our country can he bought by the quart or gal Wo need nil the seed corn wo can Ion from the druggist or poultry And everywhere. Ministers, lawyers, and school supply man. It should be diluted in doctors, merchants, the proportion of 1 pari of water-gla- ss teachers arc urged to Join in and to 0 parts of water which has help find S'eed Corn for our country been boiled and allowed to cool. by testing it. Enlist Now Today. Earthenware crocks or jars nro the It will he too late April or May. The Cry of Our Country best containers, since tho glazed surface prevents cherniral action "Seed Corn Wonted I Help Us to from the solution. Trie crocks or Locate III" All farmers who havo Seed Corn cans should be be scalded and allowed to cool before tney are used to sell are asked to send their name, A container holding 5 gallons will address and number of bushels lo accommodate 15 dozen eggs and will County Agent. By doing this bun dreds of farmers who havo no Seed requiro one quart of waterglass. Corn can get it by seeing County To Use Waterglass Solution Half Ml tho container with tho Agent and llnding out who has it waterglass solution and place tho and where lo Unci it. eggs in it. Eggs can be added from FARMERS' MEETING day to day as they are obtained, Saturday afternoon at :30 o'clock, making sure that the eggs are covered by about 2 inches of watcr- March IC, in Berea Collego Voca glass solution. Cover tho container tional Chapel there will ho one of and place it in a cool place where it the most important Farmers' gath will not have to be moved. Look at erings of the season. District Agents, County Agent, it from time to time and if there from Lexington, and seems to be danger of too much Specialists evaporation, add sufficient cool Farmers will attend this meeting. boiled water to keep the eggs cov- Great things are lo be discussed by ered. Eggs removed from the solu- great people. Some special steps tion should be rinsed in clean, cold are to lie taken which will affect all water. Before they are boiled holes farmers and business people tho should be pricked in the large ends coming fall. These things must go into effect this month. Fanners and to prevent them from cracking. business men are asked to attend Limewater Also Preservative Limewater also is satisfactory for this meeting and lend thoir help preserving eggs and is slightly less and assistance in this war time. expensive than waterglass. A soluPOULTRY! MORE POULTRY tion is made by placing 2 or 3 pounds Get incuhalors ready of unslacked lime in n gallons of watch the water which has been boiled and old hens and when one wants to set allowed to cool, and allowing the set her at once. Give her a chance mixture to stand until the lime set- to help win the war. Clean up tho tles and tho liquid is clear. Tho incubator get it ready now's the eggs should bo placed in a clean timo to begin the poultry work for earthenware jar or other suitable early hatches. PURE BLOODED RHODE ISLAND vessel and covered to a depth of 2 inches with tho liquid. Remove tho EGGS CAN BE GOTTEN AT BEREA eggs as desired, rinse in cleaji, cold BANK & TRUST COMPANY fFliese eggs can bo had at a very water, and use immediately. low prico per setting (15 eggs) and not lo bo paid for until next October DANGER! DANGER!) Seed corn is scarce. Something if you so desire. All of Eastern Kentucky is stand must bo done. Tho Farmers who havo corn should have it tested be- ardizing on the Ileds. Our slogan for fore planting or selecting it for this section is "Paint the Country seed. It doesn't make any difference lied." Tho Bank will perhaps have eggs if the corn does look good it should be tested and now Is the time so on hands by the iCtli of tho month. as to have have plenty of timo to See tho Bank and get your eggs early. make other tests or buy. There has been four tests made from corn on stalk, shock, shucked, Chickens never wash, as many and from the crib not shucked the other birds, but cleanse themselves following result was obtained: of insects by wallowing in soil. For 1st test, S3 ears, 13 good, 30 this reason every poultry house 2nd lest, 20 ears, 2 goal, 10 should he provided with a dust box. 3rd lest, 30 cars, 2 good, 5 Sth test, 57 ears, 11 good, 20 This looks serious. We should devote the entire month to testing and helping others test seed corn. Rats Constitute National Seed Corn Tested Peril in America Mt. Vernon High School Students, directed by Professor Lyon, will To what extent the rnt pest has betest Seed Corn for all tho farmers come n national liability, entailing the in Rockcastle County who will takn loss more than two hundred milthoir corn to tho school. Theso tests lion of dollars' worth of foodstuffs and will bo free to the farmers. other property In the United States Berea Collego Vocational Depart every year, Is told with a startling array of facts In a communication to the CINCINNATI MARKETS. National Geographic society, derived Flour, Grain and Hay. survey by Kdwurd from a country-wid- e Jlour Winter patent 10.801U5, W. Nelson, biologist. Following nre winter fancy 110.20, do family $9.70, some of the results of Mr. Nelson's do extras $6.70, low grade $8.20, hard survey : patent $10.50011. Jiay No. 1 timothy $33. No. 2 $32 "House rats destroy annually hun013, No. 3 $30.50031.50, No. 1 clover dreds of millions of dollars' worth of mixed $31.50S2, No. 2 $30.60031.50, foodstuffs and other property, and No. 1 clover $31.5032, No. 2 $31 through the distribution of bubonic 31.60. plague and other diseases cause the t'Oorc Quotations on ear corn: White deaths of untold numbers of human ear $1.50&1.60. yellow ear $1.368 1.45, beings. mixed ear $1.30 U0. rats ' Oats "The common No. 2 white 9514c, standard white 94tt95c, No. 3 white 93 94c. are of threo species the brown, the black and the roof rnt. All nro beNo. 4 white 9.930, No. 2 mixed 92 B3c, No. 3 mixed 910Zc. lieved to be natives of, Asia, whence Butter, EoS "d Poultry. they have spread to most parts of the Butter Whole milk creamery extras world. In their relations to man their 63c, centralised creamery extras 60V4c, habits are so familiar that they may Brats 48c, seconds 46c, fancy 39c. larger Eggs Prime firsts 35o, firsts 24c, or- bo Included In one account. Tho size, nbundanco, more general distridinary firsts 33c, seconds 32c. Lire Poultry Sale of fowls and put-let-s bution and aggresslvo predominance of Is prohibited by authority of Food the brown rat, also known as the Nor Administrator Hoover from February way and wharf rat, has led to Its being 11 to May 1. Broilers, under! lbs, 30e; generally known as 'the house rat.' (ryers, 2 lbs and over, 30o; routing "The history of the brown rat Is chickens, 4 lbs and over, 30c; an extraordinary one, one unequaled Live Stock. any other mammal. It was Cattle Shippers $10G 12,75; butcher by that of teers, extra $10.50011.60, good to unknown In Kurope until 1727, when choice J9.6O01O.25, common to fair vast hordes of them swum the Volga 79; heifers, extra $10.50011.60, river. A year or two later It arrived rood to choice $9.50 10.60, common to In England on ships from tho Orient. talr $709; cows, extra 910. good to Since that time It has steadily extend choice $8.609. common to fair $6.75 ed Its distribution by means of ships 8; canners $606.75, stockers and and other transportation agencies, and feeders $7010.60. Hogs Selected heavy shippers $17, by migrations overland, until It shares parts of the rood to choice packers and butchers with mankind nearly all $17, medium and mixed $17, stags $10 earth from Greenland to Patagonia and Q 12.25, common to choice heavy fat around the globe. sows U014.75. light shippers $16.75 "It is a sturdy, fierce and cunning 17.15, pigs, 110 lbs and less US15. animal. .with, extraordinary fecundity. 1 power, combined with Training that adds to your general education FOR TOUltO MEN Agrioultur. Carpentry, Bricklaying, Printing, Commerce and Telegraphy. FOR TO UNO LADIES Homo HILDEGARDE HAWTHORNE Beience, DreMmaklag. Cooking, Nursing, Stenography and Typewriting. Tho littlo act of patriotism! Wo aro constantly coming across one of them. Hearing somo woman say, ns I did this morning, whilo crowded into an ofllcc elevator: "You pee, I linvo only two freo hours each evening. Isn't it too bad, for of courso I can't do very much in that timo. I knit ono evening nnd mako bandages tho next but only two hours " Or it may bo another sort of sacrifice, such as this by a young girl : e "I counted up and found that I averaged cents a week on candy. And I just decided that I Wouldn't cat a singlo picco this year or for tho duration of tho war, as they put it. And I talked with all of my best friends, nnd wo'vo signed n plcdgo to put our candy money all fifty-fiv- 2nd Door Berea's Foundation School General Education for those aot far advanced, combined with some vocational training. No matter what your present advancement, we can put you with others like yourself and give chance for most rapid progress. 3rd Door Berea's English Academy Coarse For these who are not expesting to teach and who are not going thru College and dcslro moro general education. It also givos the best general education for thoso who wish a good start in study and expect to carry it on by themselves. 4th Door Berea's Normal School This gives the best training for those who expect to ieach. Courses are so arranged that young people can teach through the summer and fall and attend school through the winter and spring, thus earning money to keep right on in their course of study. Ilead Dinsmoro's great book. "How to Teach a District School." 5th Door Berea's Preparatory Academy Course Tills is the straight road to College best training in Mathematics, Science, Languages, History and all preparatory subjects. Tho Academy is now Berea's largest department This is the crown of the whole Institution, and provides standard courses in all advanced subjects. To tho A Temporary Raise in Board is forced by war conditions. regular prico of board as advertised in tho catalog will be added this year, for young ladies, ten cents a week, nnd for young men, twenty cents. This adds $3.60 to the year's expenses for girls, and 17.20 for boyi but still leaves the cost half that at other schools and "cheaper than staying at home." PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental fee and room rent Installments are as follows: by the lerm, board by the half term. WINTER TERM Expenses for Boys VOCATIONAL AND SCHOOLS FOUNDATION ACADEMV AND NORMAL COLLEOE 6th Door Berea College together it amounts to soventeen dollars and a few cents each week-t- hink of that into comfort kits for tho soldiers, or wool for sweaters. Of course, it's silly even to speak of giving up such a littlo thing as candy in n timo like this, but we aro all girls without very much spending money, and wo'vo been perfectly delighted to seo what getting together accomplishes. Seventeen dollars a week buys quite a lot I" Tho other day I lunched with a friend of mino who is a secretary in a downtown ofllcc. As wo gained tho street I fumed toward tho restaurant wo habitually frequented, but sho pulled mo back. "No, I don't go thero any more," she said. "Why not? Thero isn't another so convenient, nor with better food and then they make us feel so at home there." "Yes, but they aren't complying with Hoover's requests as to meat and wheat, and I won't go to any restaurant that doesn't. Wo'll havo to go another block nnd get into a crowd, but it can't bo helped." 1 4f5 America Must Indict German Government and People That Support It By WILLIAM E. WALLING Incidental Fee Room $ 5.00 COO $ 0.00 I 7.00 10.20 Board, 6 weeks Amount due Jan. 2, 1918 .... 2150 Board 6 weeks, duo Feb. 13... 1050 "31.40 Total for Term Expenses for Girls $ 5.U0 Incidental Fee 7.20 1050 23.40 1050 "33jo0 7.20 10.20 24.40 1050 'MM Tito I d.OU Room COO 75 75 WHY 9. 9.X 0G0 0 weeks 23.80 22.60 Amount due Jan. 2, 1918.... 20.00 9.60 9.00 9.60 Board 0 weeks, duo Feb. 1?-- .. '33.40 '32.10 '30.20 Total for Term Tills does not include the dollar deposit nor money for nooks or laundry. Special Expenses in Addition to Incidental Fee Bnslness Winter Fall Sfsinf (10.00 114.00 Stenography and Typewriting tlZM 10.00 12.00 14.00 Bookkeeping (brief course) 6.00 0.00 7.00 Bookkeeping (regular course) Business course for students in other departments: 9j00 750 10.M Stenography Typewriting, with one hour's cUM 5.00 7.00 use of instrument Com. Law, Com. Geog, Com. 1.60 iJBO Arith., or Penmanship, each .. 2.10 ' In no case will special Business Fees exceed $15.00 per term. young man or young woman can get an education d Any at Berea if there is the will to do so. If it is impossible for any young man or young woman to bo in school the full year, by all means they should enter for a course during tho winter and spring terms. The public schools will close about Christmas and tho teachers and advanced pupils should not ho idle through tho long winter months but should bo studying in Berea where tho best education can bo gotten for least money. Board, Why have we permitted tho German propaganda to spread among us poison of hatred against tho world's democracies and tho germs of its unreason and moral cowardice by which it had already inoculated and stupefied its own people? For tho simple reason Why did wo not resist this propaganda? that despotic governments can mako propaganda in their own and other countries, whilo democratic governments being based on freedom of opinion cannot. Against Germany's poison gases, against her treacherous murder of women and children, wo can nnd do react. Against her intellectual and moral poisons, so far, we havo been helpless. The German propaganda has conquered its millions of recruila throughout tho world not only by its vast volumo, its infinite repetitions, and its infinite variety, but also by its boldness. It has always been on the aggressive. It has always 'claimed everything. And it has always succeeded in planting at least a part of its germs of discord and unreason in at least a part of tho American public's mind. Germany assumed tho diplomatic offensive at onco with tho beginning of tho war. We still take the diplomatic defensive And in diplomacy, as in military operations, the defensive in tho long run is hopeless. Wo must assume tho diplomatic offensivo and keep it to tho end, or international democracy will lose tho war. Wo must pillory tho German governpub-li- p ment nnd that part of the German people that supports it, beforo tho the operation and add opinion of all the earth. And wo must Tcpcat to tho damning indictment every day that the war continues. .36 1 able-bodie- '.39 .39 7 - -- 35 ill ttj 6 5 40 '32 -- I ' Applicants must bring or send a testimonial showing that they art above 15 years old, in good health and of good character. This may bi signed by some former Berea student in good standing or some reliable teacher or neighbor. The use of tobacco is strictly forbidden. For information or friendly advico write to the Secretary, if s 2? y 8 3l Z7Zt ,v "2 iL o MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Ky. ieso "characteristics Wive" ennbTeTTTt quickly to overrun and occupy new warterritory despite the fare waged ugalnst It by man and the competition of other mammals. "Tho smaller black rat and roof rat formerly existed In most parts of the Old World. They preceded tho brown rat also In America, but when the lut-- ! tcr arrived were promptly reduced by It to a secondary position or exterminated. Black rats still exist In some parts of the United States, and roof ruts are common with tho brown rat In tho milder climate of the Southern states. With an abundant food supply brown rats Increaso with almost Incredible rapidity. They have from three to twelve litters a year, each containing from six to more than twenty young, the averago being about ten. The young begin to breed when less thun threo months of age. After careful Investigation tho United States public health service estimates that the number of ruts living uuder normal conditions In our cities equals tho human population, but that In country districts they are relatively three to four times as numerous. never-ceasing house-frequenti- Mothers and Children. No one can tell us exactly tho things It Is best to do with children. But If we begin to wutch and think, read when we can and exebango experiences with ether mothers, many suggestions will bo found to meet our needs. Take n glimpse backward Into your own childhood and many Ideas will occur to you In that way. And through It nil we will And that tho children are helping to bring us up, too. Courage and Joy prolong life, and wo can well afford to stand and wait, feeling sure that If our motives havo been right, and wo can find something to love even in the hard things of life, bur little ones will see and know, and will "rlso up and cull us blessed." 17 eo Exchange. Bad Bobby! Virginia came Into the houso crying When ns If her heart was broken. questioned as to what had happened she answered that she and her friend Bobby had been fighting untf Bobby had hit her. "And what were you doing when he hit you?" asked her mother." "I was hitting him back," she sobbed. Exchange. IN FRANCE. By Clifford Leon Sherman. Dear Folks : This letter Is written on French soil, but I can't tell youO exactly where, for then the letter would not get by tho censor. Hut I do No, we didn't bco any moro want to tell you about our last night out. submarines, but we wcro all a trifle nervous becauso wo ran Into a thick fog. Lots of the boys didn't tnko their clothes off ut all. Just beforo daylight we felt tho vessel stop, und wo all rushed on deck. You can bet wo wcro glad SAMMY. when we found we were right near a men irons aoi a To complete the picture, draw a lino rrom aot i to uot to dot 3, and so on. (Copyright, 1117, by Th Well Syndicate, lne.) No. IS. THE DOT8 SOMEWHERE Time is Your Fortune .1 Don't Waste it ! Mnrrli 7, 1018. THE CITIZEN Pago Savon. SUNDAY SCHOOL Lesson 1 1. First Quarter March 17,1918. THE INTERNATIONAL SERIES What Is Man? I)y REV. W. W. KETCHUM Director of Practical Wotk Courw, Mood? Dibit Initltul. Chicago AMERICAN SUGAR CONTAINERS MEET REQUIREMENTS OF LAW SCOUTS (lonluct4 SCOUT TO BEJRESIDENT SENT TOFRANCE American Price Rigidly Regulated by United by National Council of the Hoy Prouti or AmericA States Food Administration. Text, Mark 6:713, 30 Mem1 welcome nny movement which will ory Verses, Matt. 28:18-2Golden TKXT-W- hut Is man that thou art Intensify n young man's attachment to CONSUMERS HERE PAY 9c. 8:4. Text, Matt 10:8 Commentary Pre. mlmirul of hlml-Psa- lm his chur.1i nnd religion, says Dr. S. It. pared by Rev. D. M, Stearns, 'ope In his essny on mnn snys: Gordon of Tulsa, Okln. The boy scout movement The proper study of mankind Is the boy In closer touch only brings Sugar Cost 35 Cents a Pound During with the The opening verses of otir lesson mnn." This, howCivil War Refiners' Profit BaBaBasaVsW .BLaLaar '.'iviu M chapter find Jesus teaching In the synaever, Is only In church. The government now wants Now Curtailed. men to go to the front and fight. It part true, for gogue ntnong his nwu people who could ennnot wants nnd needs good, clean, strong mankind not understand how ho, whom tliey fully known men. be Rnrnr Is selllnr todsv thrnuchout hud known from childhood, could tench At the close of this nwful world con apart from the ns he did, nnd do such mistily works. flict there will be greater need for America at' from 8V4 to 0 cents a revelation (loil pound to the consumer, even though CORRUQATED BOXES FOR SHIPPING EGGS. They knew his brothers nnd ulsters, baa given of man good men than now. When this war Isthere Is a world shortage which bus over, there will be confusion, dlssntlsMnry's other children of whom lie wns In tho Bible. The (Prepared by the United States Depart Eggs In parcels weighing more than sugar allotmcut tho firstborn (I's. 00:8; Lu. 2:7), nnd ment or Agriculture.) Hlble reveals Ood fnctlon, unrest, nnnrchy, high taxes, reduced this nation's 20 pounds shnll be nccepted for mailhigh cost of living nnd demoralizato 70 per cent, of normal. supposed thnt ho wns like them of Experience has shown thnt frequent to man, but It also Through the efforts of 'the United ly parcels nre mailed in contnlners not ing to offices In the first nnd second mnn to tion. Sorrow, mourning nnd distress revenls human parentage, not knowing zones when packed in crates, boxes, States food administration the sugar Biilllclently strong nnd inadequately himself. If we will prevail. or not believing tho mnuner of his Under such conditions the nntlon market has been regulated as far ns prepared nnd protected. These nre a buckets, or other contnlners having would, therefore, birth (Mntt. 1 :20. 21). Their unbelief, tight bottoms to prevent the escape of strong, educated, religious While the con- nnythlng from the packages nnd so know mankind, will needleaders. And the boy scout the nroducer. refiner and wholesaler cause of complaint. nt which he marveled, hindered him men as Is concerned. The food administration tainers often can be secured more easwe would study constructed ns properly to protect the from doing nny mighty works nmong man In the light movement Is going to provide such g has no power to regulate retail prices ily by tho consumer, tho producer contents. Such packnges to be marked them except healing n few sick folk lenders. The boy scouts nre prepnr-ln- except by public opinion. Even though should make It a point to secure, of what Ood says (4 (1) ; but he went round nbout nmong themselves, not to fight, not to more than 85,000 tons of sugar have through his local denier or otherwise, "Eggs This side up," nnd to bo transnbout him. shed blood, but to be wise lenders, been shipped to France In the Inst such containers or carriers ns meet ported outsldo of tnnll bags. the villages teaching. If some will not Ape. Not an Exalted Ideal Container Is Simple. nnd to conduct the people out of the four months the retail eroccrs sugar the requirements of the postal authorhenr others will uttd there will nlwnys Then? urn some wise men who would wilderness of greed supremacy and cents. He ities nnd such ns will carry the particThe Ideal contnlner must be simple prlco Is around 8 to 8 be nn open door somewhere for those hnvo us believe thnt mnn Is the off peace, should sell this sugnr nt 8V4 to 0 ular product in a satisfactory manner, In construction, efficient In service, and whom he tends forth tu his nnme. We spring of nn upe; If so, then man Is worldlloess, Into tho Canaan of prosperity und happiness. cents, tho food administration believes, so that he may have uniformity in cheap. Simplicity of construction Is saw In n former lesson thnt he called nn exalted ope because between man Some boy scout Is going to be the and nsks the American housewife to them when he Is shipping to n num essential, so that It mny be nssembled we know them, there unto him twelve that they might be und the ape, ns president of the United States. Some pay no more than this amount. ber of customers. Uniform contain- nnd pneked or filled readily nnd rapIn nrrlvlng nt with him, nnd that he might send them Is n wide difference. governors. Some Last Auirust when the food admin ers and uniform pack nre economlcnl idly. Any part which Is to be opened posslblo scouts nre going to be 15) ! nnd now we sec him their conclusion It Is bnrely forth will be senators nnd others will occuorganized the prlco of nnd desirable; otherwise he mny lose should be so marked or notched as to sending them forth, by two nnd two, to the wise men were led Into It by fol- py high ofilclnl positions of trust and istration wnssuddenly to 11 cents a his customer, nnd should the contain- Indicate the part to pull up or out. It suear rose lowing Pope's suggstlon, nnd In so do honor. teach nnd heal In his nnmo pound. During the Civil War sugar er or carrier not be sufficiently stout must be efficient In service to Insure go to the Gentiles or ing discovered In mnn whnt they Ther were not to So we wnnt tho boys to stick to their cost the consumer 35 cents a pound. to stand the service it will not be satisfaction to tho shipper and to the $amnrltant hut only to Israel ; and (nought to be nncestrnl trnlts, for If school nnd their church and thereby ltv reeiilnt on of the sucar market ana worth returning as'an "empty" to use receiver, and also to prevent damage nny being on enrth who can fit themselves to be men who will be krcalm the kingdom of heaven as at (here Is to other mall matter by possible breakprice to 8 nnd 9 cents 'Wd, henllng the sick, cleansing the mnko n monkey of himself, man Is the qualified to rule wisely under the most reducing the It from advancing to -- l again. Postal Requirements. age nnd leakage. It must be Inexpennnd keening lepers, railing the dead, casting out de- one. trying circumstances. cents the food administration has snvThe postnl requirements for mailing sive or It will defeat the object to be Many have ncccpted tho Darwinian mons, and doing all freely (Matt. 10:5-7ed the American nubile at least S180,- - eggs for local delivery nre ns follows: attained, which Is n reduction of the The kingdom must begin with theory of the evolution of man ns n 000,000 In four months, according to SCOUT PROGRAM IN WAR. Eggs shall be accepted for local de cost of handling between producer and Israel, nnd will begin there when It substantial fact, when the truth Is a statement made by Herbert Hoover livery when so packed in n basket or consumer. single proof In support shall be set up nt his return. Because there Is not u Prof. Norman K. Illchardson of Bos- - the other day. Trials of many different styles and other container ns to prevent damage Israel rejected him nnd his kingdom, of It. It Is simply n hyiMithesIs n sup- tou university tells the Boy Scouts of 'It Is our stern duty to feed the al makes of containers or cartons for the gospel Is, In this nge of his rejec- position nssumed. The Into Dr. Jnmes America that the war Ip European nn- ius, to maintain their health and to other mall matter. This embraces all collection and de shipping eggs by parcel post were tion, nnd n postponed kingdom, to be Orr. the Scotch theologian, who was tlons Jms resulted In a rapid Increase strength nt any cost to ourselves," Quite, n number proved satispurchased mining the nntlons to take competent to speak upon this subject. of Juvenile delinquency. Information Mr. Hoover declared. "There lias not livery service within the Jurisdiction made. in factory extended trials. A few of out of them n people for his numu, the says: "It Is vain to speak or science that has been carefully secured goes to been, nor will be ns we see It, enough of the postmaster of the office whero them are illustrated In these pages for the parcel is mailed. Is his body nnd bride; demonstrating the slow development church which show that this Increase In 17 of tho sugnr for even their present meagre Eggs to be sent beyond tho local of- - the purpose of showing in a general nnd then tlmll Israel be saved, und of man from the nnthropold ape, for It larger cities nnd towns of Grent Brlt- - nnd denrcsslne ration unless they send flco nre to be prepared for mailing ns way their appearance nnd construcIs no proof does no such thing. There then all nntlons (Acts 15:1313). year nveraged 31 per ships to remote markets for It If we f ollow8 : tion. Any container which meets the present nln during one Inasmuch as human hearts nre nl of this In science up to this cent. The cnuses of this unfortunnto In our greed and gluttony force them Eggs shall mailing postal requirements and which serves hour. There Is no evidence of nny condition are In many instances slinl pliher to further reduce their ration regardless of be accepted forencb egg the purpose properly can be used. wnys tho Fame, enmity against distance when (Horn. 8:7, 8), we tuny still expect such gradual process." lar to forces that have already begun or to send these ships we will have Is wrapped separately and surrounded The experiment stations In the vnrl-loBeing. to win A Created much of the Mime trentment which the done damage to our abilities to operate In America. It Is Impera stntes have Information as to conwith excelsior, cotton, or other suittwelvo were told they would receive Turning now from the hypotheses live thnt the American people tnko this war. able material nnd packed In a strong tainers for' parcel post shipments of (Mntt. 10:10-25)- , nnd we must be con of men. we note that the Bible teaches time by the forelock lu this matter eggs in consumer-siz- e lots, and persons corru"If we send the ships to Java container mnde of double-fnce- d tent to be as sheep In the midst of that mnn Is n created being. This by setting In motion Immediately Ingated pasteboard, metal, wood, or oth- desiring Information of this kind for 250,000 tons of sugar next year wolves, for his sake killed all the day fnct which Is stated In the first nnd fluences that will counteract a number we will have necessitated the emer suitable material and wrapped so should not address the United States long. We nre not to fear the actunl second chapters of Genesis Is confirm' of Injurious forces which will piny ployment of eleven extra ships for that nothing can escape from the pack depnrtment of agriculture, but should death of the body, knowing that for the ed by other Scriptures, so thnt we ore upon the lives of our boys during the age. All such parcels shall be labeled nddress the director of the experiment one year. These ships If used In believer to die Is gain, nnd nbsent from by no menns dependent upon tno (Jen coming months and possibly yenrs. transporting troops would take "Eggs." station In their own states. tho body means present with the Iord, esls nccount for It. Our Lord him A careful study of the causes of In 150,000 to 200,000 men to France." (Mntt, 10:2K!0; Phil. 1.21, 23; 2 Cor. self odds his confirmatory words when creased delinquency nnd of the suitaReason for World Shortage. 5:8). Our standing orders nre to pro- he says: "Have ye not rend thnt ho bility of the Boy Scout program to re As Mr. Hoover pointed out, the EGGS FOR HOME USE GIVE CLEAN NEST MATERIAL claim repentance nnd remission of Mns which made them nt the beginning duce the harm coming from these In mining nil the people In his name, nnd made them male nnd female, nnd said tlucncps presents n powerful argument United States. Canada and England were sucar Importing countries before Hay, Straw, Excelsior, Leaves, Etc., tell them of n Judgment to come nnd for this cause shall man leuve father for the Immediate enlistment of thou Should Be Changed Often to of him who tins been appointed the nnd mother, nnd shall clenvc to his sands of America's best citizens as the war, whllo France and Italy were Water-Glas- s Solution Is Recom verv nearly self supporting. Iliomain Prevent Disease. Judge of nil, Christ risen from the dead wife: nnd thev twnln shnll be one scoutmasters. sources of -- tho world's sugar supply mended as Best Plan. (Lu. 2J:4IH8: Acts 17:31). 31). He flesh?" (Mntt. 10:4-5)- . was Germany ana neighboring powers, The nest materials, such as hay, taught them, and us through them, thnt Upon this nccount of tho creation of NEWSBOYS TAKE UP SCOUTINQ the West Indies and the East indies. straw, excelBlor, leaves, etc., should whntcver trentment thy received mnn In Genesis nnd the quotntlon from German sugar Is no longer available, Grade Can Be Obtained at be changed occasionally as foul would be counted as If done to himself. thnt book, Christ bases his teaching Newsboys of Houston, Tex., many of m it is used entirely in uermany. Standard Is a good breeding place for Drug Stores for 75 Cents per Gannd also that ns they went In his nnme upon the snnctlty of mnrrlnge. It Is whom nre "good scouts" already, nre which also absorbs sugar or surrounu germs of diseases. Insects are also they must have no nnxlous cure nbout surely subtle rensonlng thnt admits going to align themselves with the Boy llonDilute With Water tne countries. likely to harbor In the old nests If tho food or raiment or recompense (vs. the truth of Christ's teaching nnd nt Scouts of America. Boiled and Cooled. England can no longer buy 1,400,000 materials are not changed from time On the the snme time chnrges him with bns-In- g 810; Mntt. 10:0. 10, Some of them have been thinking of lone tons of sucar each year rrora to time. Inst night before he wns crucified he It upon whnt he knew, ns some the proposition for some time, nnd af Germany. The French sugar produc (Prepared Specially by the United States Agriculture.) At this season of the year attention asked them, "When I sent you without say. wns only u fnble. Surely, sucn ter the purposes, plans and benellts of to 210. tion In tho spring, when they nro plenti- should be given to cleanliness. All purse, nnd scrip, nnd shoes, Incked ye n one should not be what ho clnlmed the work of the boy scouts had been ooo has dronned from 750.000 tons. The Italian production has ful, eggs may be preserved for home rubbish such as old nest materials inythlngr nnd they said, "Nothing." he was. "the wny. the truth, nnd the outlined to them In detail by the 210,000 tons to td.ow ions. use in a solution of water glass, so should be burned or carefully fumifallen from .uke 22 :35. It stands ever true for nil life." No mntter whnt men mny sny local scout executlvo a largo number Thus three countries were tnrown that those laid during the fall and win- gated and thrown In the manure heap. his faithful followers, that If we muke nbout tho origin of mnn, tho fnct re- - of the boys enrolled for tho work, upon East and West Indian sources marThe nest should bo renewed with the coming of his kingdom our chief mnlns thnt the Scriptures, substnn Tho newsboys nro enthusiastic over for 1,025,000 tons annually to maintain ter season mny be available for'water keting. A stnndard grade of clean, sanitary materials. Those who concern, he will see to the supply of tlated by Christ, uniformly teach thnt the opportunity to enter It. their normal consumption. glass can be obtained at drug stores .do not think It makes much difference nil our needs (Matt. 0:33; Phil. 4:10). ho Is a crented being. The scout ofllclals expressed tho Because of the world's shipping .for 75 cents per gallon, If bought In to hens are badly mistaken. Hens As to anything we may be culled upon opinion that they have some excellent shortnee the allied nations started moderately large quantities. In the Image of God. Ench are not likely to stay in foul unsaniwn rtiinr rnp ma uiiLTf. u n mum Further the Scriptures teach thnt mnterlnl to work upon, especially after drawing on the West Indies for sugar; quart of water glass should be diluted tary nests and often "steal their nest" mm u privilege, mm ue iruiiimrmi u wns mnde In tho Imago of God. they had seen the grit mnnlfested by Indian sugar took three times the nssurnnce that such ii miction or mnn Is quite different from being tho boys In a number of boxing match East number of ships, since tne uis with ten quarts of water which has off where It Is hard to find. This the been boiled and cooled. Only strictly exAt this season of the year the greattrlnl Is working for us a far more nn npe. This makes mnn es nnd wrestling bouts, which were put tnnrn was three times as great. Hud fresh, newly laid, clenn eggs should be ceeding nnd eternal weight of glory, evolved from guests. loniv the west was called on to fui placed in the solution. The eggs mny est care should be taken to clean up on for the cntcrtnlnment of the offsurlng of God, nnd not of nnd that the sufferings of this present the and spray against Insects and dismonkey. nlsh and did furnish 1,420,000 tons of be pneked In stone Jars or crocks eases. It exalts htm, Instend of time, nre not worthy to be compared If care Is taken now little dandebnslng him. He begins his being 8COUTS CUT UP DIQ TREES. sinrar to Eurone when 800,000 tons a which have been washed thoroughly ger will be met. But precautions with the glory which shnll he rcvenled r demand. The In scalding water nnd the wnter-glns- s year was tho ns u mnn, and not as n something of should bo taken now If the fowls are In us. (Phil. 1:20; 2 Cor. 4:17, 18; Tho attention of Ilerbert Hoover allies had drawn from Java 400,000 solution poured over them, or the eggs to have a chance. tho lower crentlon which gradually Horn. 8:18). As Herod und his comlong periods of time chnnges .ought to bo called to the work of boy tons before the shipping situation be mny be placed dally In tho solution by through panions beard of the wonders wrought now Is, which If tho hy scout Troop No. 25 of Des Moines, came acute. putting them down in It carefully by through Jesus Christ, some said that Into whnt ho potliesls bo true, would mnko him nn Theso scouts, under the direction of "In snlte of these shipments," Mr hand so as to avoid breaking or crack- ABUNDANT SUPPLY OF LITTER he was Elijah, but Herod's guilty connpe. If tho theory bo true, Scoutmaster M. II. Anderson, took Hoover stated the other day, "the ing them. The solution nt alltimes science remembered (lie birthday party, exnlted povernment In August reduced should cover the eggs to a depth of nt Clean Straw Should Be Provided for big trees which wero cut tho process of cvolu Is to and how to please n wicked womnn ho whatgoing hinder man developing Into three or four neighborhood, and cut vwilah Winter Use Renew at Least on and down In that the household sugar ration to a basis least two Inches. The solution will not had mused John to be beheaded, and tlon Twice Monthly. . CA 1 . . . . . ( T.I... something specifically different from them up Into stovo wood for needy of 24 pounds per annum per capita Injure tho hands. The Jars should be . .. . I . juiiii risen iruiu iuc l nfitji'i; u in And in Kontember the French govern now Is, nnd so on nd infln families. put In n cool nnd preferably dark 1 deWr (vs. 1410). If the terrors of a whnt ho reduced their household ration placo before the eggs are deposited In An abundant supply of deep litter, Saturday finds them bard at work guilty conscience are so awful hero Id Itum? pounds n year, or a bit over them, and should not bo moved, preferably clean straw, should be proWo hnvo mentioned tho wide differ- with crosscut saws, buck saws and to 13 i' this world, who enn Imagine what the r.ven mis neighborhood "good turn 1 pound of sugnr n monm. breakage nnd loss mny result. vided for winter use, renewing the torment of the lost mutt be even be- ence- between mnn nnd the npe. Now axes doing a by solution may become covering of all floors at least twice a tho essential dlfferenco between them nnd making tho chips fly. They hnvo mnn pro ration could not be filled The wnter-glas- s tween denth und resurrection, nnd then Into stove the French government It wns found cloudy, but this is a natural condition month. This Is tho hen's punching In the luke of Ore (Luke 10:23, 24; does not consist In tho brain capacity cut about thirteen cords early In the fall. America was then nnd should cause no alarm. bag or gymnastic equipment to Insure Does It not seem that of tho skulls, In hairy or smooth skin lengths. llev. 14:0-11- ). nsked for 100,000 tons of sugnr nnd winter health and vigor. Fortunately In Eggs thus kept nro good for all lf we really believed God concerning hut In tho fact that mnn was made not succeeded In sending 85,000 tons by Uy this Is MANY MERIT BADGE SCOUTS. but the shells break rather eas straw Is cheap this year, and It shouldof the redeemed and tho tho Imago of God. he happiness December 1. The French request was ily In boiling. This trouble can bo ha itand frfwlv nn It is n CTent comsufferings of the lost we would have meant n bodily likeness, for wo know American housefort to tho hens In moro ways than . .... I n ll..t T 1. "God Is n spirit" nnd "n spirit hath A Tho national court of honor of tho granted because the 55 prevented by puncturing tho end of tho nt (John 4:24 Boy Scouts of America reports that hold consumption wns thenwns least ! shell with a pin or needlo Just beforo one. Bo sure there is something In it not flesh nnd bones." tloody, or n William sununy in rencn- consld-I person, nnd It last month there were 14 eagle badges pounds per iintv of maintaining the boiling. Perhaps an occasional cus- worth digging for at least half or two- after sinner to deliver them from Luko 21:30). eggs pre- thirds of each day. The active hen Issued and 27 II fo badges. The Image Marred. a wpith to come, 7 It would be n grent course clenr." tomer will bo willing to buy Thero were 23 star scout badges Is- French morale mnde our served In water glass, but they should easily turns her feed Into eggs, while every teuiior nnd preacher, nut nlasl mnn fell through sin and Jw, for Today the sugar situation may were bo sold for Just what they are and at the overfed, Inactive hen Is unprofitad'tyr every true believer, to do every the Imngo was marred. Such Is tho sued. There 1017 Issued ISO merit be summarized by stating that If so far thero have a price mutuully agreed upon by the able as well ns her scantily fed sister. Illblc, which Is qulto badges. For ven.ng us the disciples and apostles teaching of tho America will reduce Its sugar conbeen Issued 1,010 merit badges, ns producer and customer. id niter tne uunni oi jonu mo nap- - contrary to tho hypothoses of men who 10 to 15 per cent, this sumption 741 In 1010. The total number FOWLS FOR BREEDING FLOCK tst's body ttll Jesus nil things that boast of tho ascent of man, while sin ngalnst scouts having received merit to send 200,000 nation will be able ad, been done and said through the has gono away from God and not to of boy MASH TO LAYING HENS FEED more soldiers to France. badges Is now 0,537. Vs. 20, 30). If It was our custom ward God: thnt this apostasy In Hen That Molts Late Is the One That Sugar today sells at seaboard reto him all we have said volves tho wholo human race, so that i itiicnrso Has Been Busy In Filling Egg GOOD TURNS BY SCOUTS. at $7.25 a hundred pounds. Maine Station Recommends Mixture of fineries Basket Keep Her. tid done, we might perhaps learn to "all hnvo sinned nnd coiuo short of Cornmeal, Middlings, Gluten Meat wholesale grocer has agreed to The ntYe unsaid and undone many things, the glory of God;" that tho catiistro-ph- o and Beef Scrap. profit to 25 cents a hundred Drafted men who had failed to re- limit his Eld Ift sny nnd to do others which wo of sin Is so complcto that man la port were The hen that molts late In the seaby boy scouts In plus freight, and tho retail grocer li busy fill- re ct'glectlng. no does not need that helpless and hopeless because of it to Brooklyn. located supposed to take no more than 50 cents The Maine station fed tho following son Is tho one that lias been e 'should tell him, for ho' sees and save himself from It. Tho Blblo, how regu- mash to laying bens with good results: log the egg basket She Is tho one a hundred pounds profit This Scouts In Woodmere, N. V I ought to be kept In the breeding ear nnd knows all, but It would be u ever, docs not teavo mun, In whom the 400 barrels of potatoes, which raised lation was made by the food adminiswere Wheat bran two parts by weight, I that rent, benefit to us to talk It all over Imago of God Is marred without nope, which eggs for hatch-- I sold to tho poorer class of tho com' tration, which now asks the housewife corumcal one, middlings one, gluten flock and from next spring. The Ith hlin, and he would love to have us for It tells him that "where sin abound cost, tho scouts supplying (o reduce sutar consumption as much meal or dried brewers' grain one, lin- I Ing should be selected munlty at so. ed grace did much more abound," and slng other sweeteners, seed meal one, beef scrap one. Tho hen that molts early In the fall or the possible, as (hut God lias made provision for the res their labor free of charge. and the one Westchester county members of the and also reminds her that she should ration might be reduced to wheat bran, late summer Is the slacker While Quotations. tltutlou of man In tho redemption which American lied Cross wero given i Worth pay no more than 0 cents a pound for shorts, cottonseed meal and beef scrap. that should go to murket. This reverses the policy that many have been "There are only two kinds of people ho provided on Calvary's cross by demonstration of stretchers and first sugar. A fairly good mash can be made of following, the poor luyer often being Control of Cane Refiners' Profits. l, the world the people who live la which tho image of God marred by aid work by the boy acoata of Mt parts wheat bran, one part two thoughtlessly chosen because she looks "Immediately upon the establishHie shadow and gloom and those who sin shall be restored In those who ac scrap. Vernon, N. Y, one part beef ment of the food administration," Mr. better than the worker. lf on the sunny side of Uie street" cept his Son as their Savior. 0 Leon LVLHLL6"$s1 I (3-1- ). ). 1 0d ' ha-terl- al pre-wa- M 0 be-cau- ' pur-nose- s, 1 ' coxa-mea- The Surest Preparation it School Training Page Eight and Sunday. James B. THE CITIZEN Spenco Mrs. James Wilson, who have been March 7, 1918. - Mrs. Mary house for Bill Wilson camo home Arvino and fnmily. ninf prepare Wagers spent Sunday with Mrs B. N. This is not only a commercial but a patriotic proposiBeulah Collins spent WedW. N. Hughes mado a Scott. for corn. W. .1. tion as well. Our Government is making strong demands business trip last week lo London nesday with Jewel Thomas. by the writer. Ttit nm No eorretpondeiwe publlitinl unleei ilsnrd In full and various parts of Virginia in Arvino and family will leavo for on us to furnish spokes for army use. In order to make U net for pobllcstion. but M n evMne of goad faith. Writ pUlnlr. Turner pearch of a flour mill for this com- Indiana the coming week. good our contracts with the Government we call upoa our Kelly will move lo Slallon Camp munity. farmer friends to do their best to get their spoke timber to Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Thompson Six. shortly. Earnestyllle JACKSON COUNTY of Paint Lick visited their daughour factory. Carfco Earnpstvlllc, March 4. The Rev. y of Wc are hav- ter, Mrs. W. C. Haley in Bcrca, Sun- George Carico, March i. The Standard Wheel Company is in need Bonneville AIRPLANE MOTORS TESTED IN of Watson Caloway Hounsliell of Camp preached at Moores Sunday. "ALTITUDE" ROOM AT, ing somo lino weather now and peo- day. The million escort spokes, cither oak or hickone and one-hal- f WASHINGTON Isaac Shelby, Hnllicsburg, Miss., has been little infant of Mr. and Mrs. HargH ple arc beginning to plow. ory, size 2$H in. x 2VH in. x 29 in. long, and five million of When the llrst Liberty motor was Hines and T. J. Faubus nave return- in for ten days lo visit his wife Phillips died Sunday afternoon and Little Jessie Wood- - was buried in the Gabbard cemetery. ready to be tested it was taken to other kinds of spokes. Don't be afraid you will glut the report work and parents. ed from Ilenharn and We want these spokes within the next six months. U good there. J. V. Angers family row arrived at the home of Mr. and Mr. Phillips is very low with tuber- Pike's Peak that it might bo studied market. Horn lo Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Gastineati of Hyattsville culosis. whilo running under nlmospheric Our factory will remain at Berea so long as you furnish us have measles. Charley Hall look his The remains of Mrs. little daughter, Nell, to Lexington conditions obtained at high altitude. the timber to operate on. Mrs. David Lear recently n line girl. Saturday. .brought to Ike Sinners has moved to the place Mary Jennings wen one day last week and had a grain Tliis difficulty of bringing tho motor Horn I.ancaster from Villa .Grove, III, of popcorn taken out of her ear.--- V. lo the mountain Is now overcome at known as the Sheldon place. BuElfas Smith We Offer Following on Spokes to Mr. and Mrs. Delbcrt Colo a flno Saturday for burial. A. Thomas and son of Levi visited the Department of Commerce girl. S. 11. Iloberts has made 33 of Paint Lick while visiting in the their daughter, Mrs. Chester Gab- reau of Standards at Washington, L. & N. R. R. betweea Jellies atJ Icraa Delivered at Berea er John mountains took pneumonia and d'eil bard, Sunday. pounds of Maple sugar. Miss Eunice Burke by bringing the mountain to the Miss Sallie Mac and Ace while there. Holt's family have measles. brother, Mildred, wero the motor. Airplane motors are now tested at Faubus is planning to start to Okla- Graves gave a parly at the home of guests of .Mrs. Sarah Bowman, SunG. her sister, Mrs. Holman Brown, on SPLIT HICKORY SPOKES homa the Cth of this month. Floyd Hunley, Henry, Hiram the Bureau of Standards in a laboraday. Reynolds went to Rcnham to get a Buckeye pike Friday evening. Either Red or Whitfc Timber C. T. Gabbard made a business tory whero various conditions anil Will and Ed Iloberts arc still Mr. and Mm. Bennett Roope of Irip to Booneville. Monday. job. lo high altitudes and hktpIM rime An Died the 28lh .Frankfort arc Paint Lick visitor. excellent oil well has been drilled low temperatures are secured. The at Hcnbam at work. $ 7.00 Inches long.'.HIckory only, Uix2K-- 15 conGeorge Moody and family of on Wild Dog the past week. This engine is placed in nn air-tigof February the 19 months old baby 35.00 2x3 16 inches long of Jack Lakes, of measles and pneu- Kingston visited her parents, Mr. makes two in Owsley, one about crete room, provided among other 40.00 inches long 2Kx3Ji-- 16 M. L. Noe, at Manse. monia, and was burled at Uie Indian and Mrs. four miles from Boonevlle. People things with refrigerator coils and a 50.00 3x3)4 16 inches long Vie sincerely Logan West of Berea College spent are very much interested, larg pump to reduce the pressure of Creek graveyard. make? 2 x24 28 inches long, second growth sympathize with the bereaved par- the week end with' his parents, Mr. such an increase in tho neighborthe air. By use of this apparatus 25.00 all White Timber West, on White John Sumcrs has lost four and Mrs. W. W. ents. 2Jx2JS 29 inches long Red or White There will bo services at motors mav be observed under con hood. GO.OO J. M. Mclcalf and family Moores next Saturday night and ditions similar to those at different Timber Seed corn is going Lick. sheep lately. have moved from J'nlnt Lick to Sunday; also a Sunday School to be altitudes, which ni(,'ht otherwise 28 inches long, 60 per cent to be very scarce in these parts. 1K2 12.00 AB, 40 per cent CD Wc are sorry to hear of the death Lancaster. Labon Kii'k of Painls- - organized Sunday morning. Every- be dune only by actual airplane McDaniel. She left villo will sell general merchandise body invited. flights. of Mrs. Carter Second Growth White & Chestnut Oak ten little children and a husband to in the Metcalf property. Miss Mary Conkling 29 inches long 60.00 2Jx2 Barr of Nina spent Sunday with her Conkling. March 2 mourn; besides a host of friends. WITH HUNDREDS OF MEN LEARN A daughter parents, .Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Barr. 16 inches long 35.00 ARE 2Hi3 ING TO FLY ACCIDENTS was born to Mr. and Mrs. Gid Blake Wallaceton FEW .40.00 2Jx3K 16 inches long on February 27; named Minnie. MADISON COUNTT Quito a A daughter was Wallaceton, Feb. 18. the War Department Records 50.00 3H3H 16 inches long brn to Mr. nnd show that offrom the beginning of Blue Lick lot of damage has been done by hard Mrs. Andrew Sizemore on February All spokes must be free from defects, such as worm The farmnine Lick, March 1. winds for the 'last few days; blown tr.iinini: in June. 1917. to rebruary holes, wind shakes, knots, bird pecks and crooks, and ers who contemplate raising tobacco lots of fodder, hay stacks, fencing, 20; named Hallie. Granville Combs split full of size specified. 75 years of age. died Saturday morn- 22. 1918, the fatalities at military beds arc very busy burning tobacco and damaged some house and barn ing, February 2:), of kidney trouble. aviation Holds in this country hae The oil company and sowing seed'. The farmerTof this vicinity He was a soldier in the CiviLM'ar,- - been 51; 10 olllcers nnd 29 cadets roof. is still operating in this section. have begun plowing for corn, and Minter Skfrlmore. who Is in a train- -' killed in training flights, and 12 men Having finished drilling on Jcromu crop. ing camp at Fort Benjamin Harri killed in unauthorized flights aiul TerriH's land llicy will move to gathering their last year's INCORPORATED Miss Corn is very badly damaged. Gran- son. Ind., and his brother, Daniel ground accidents. today. some adjoining lease Since the training began in tho Kalic Anderson of Owsley County ville Nunn, who was so badly frozen Day, of Ohio, are visiting relative Kentucky Mrs. Samuel United Stales, student aviators nave Berea who is in tho Normal Department of during tho cold weather, died nt tho here for a few days. 100,000 spent Saturday night Paltie A. Clay Infirmary, February Combs is visiting her sister, Mrs. flown eonsjderbly more than Hcrea College Leo Clark and Miss miles. Hundreds of hitherto inexand Sunday at the home of Mrs. T. 5. The doctors had taken one of his Lizzie Moore. of Russia's soparaTe peace, finTfalTwi to Elmo legs olT, just below tho knee, and Mae Edwards were married on Sat- perienced men havo been learning section. understanding exists with Groat BritJ. Flanery in this OF lly. Their early flights are under ELIMINATION ain, America and the other allies. The Flancry of the 98th .icro Service some of his toes on the other foot. urday, February 2.1, at the bride's guidance of instructors, and Consul General at Moscow will repre- Squadron writes from "somewhere Pneumonia was the immediate caue home on Anglin. J. W. Anderson the flights two or more at prior to these swit Japan after Ambassador Uchlda He was buried in filled his regular appointment receives The of his death. in Franco" that he months "Sre spent in preliminar DAYS withdraws," Citizen regularly. He says it is a Richmond Cemetery, Saturday, at Flat Lick Saturday and Sunday. ground work. There com6s a tinu, Godsend, a source of joy, and com- II o'clock. He leaves an aged Eliza McCollum purchased a line British Embassy Looted By Russians. young mule from Delbert Williams. however, when every student aviafort, in that foreign land to hear mother, one brother, and two sisLondon. The Ilrltlsh embassy was Luther Morgan returned lo Hazard tor must take his innchino up alone, RULES FOOD DICTATOR AS 8ITU. from Berea and home. He gets his ters. Miss Peters of Berea is visplundcrod by Russian troops, ta compromptly, and re- iting Dan Botkin, Jr., of Wallaceton. where ho has a job as farm dem- nnd every precaution has been laken mail from home ATI ON IMPROVES MEAT TO mand of a Colonel, immediately after lo reduce the number of accidents ceived a box of edibles In good conRoy Botkin and mother, nnd Mrs. onstrator. the embassy staff eft Pelrogrnd, acBE ELIMINATED AS USUAL. and safeguard the aviator in his solo Jno. W. Flanery haa been May Guinn motored over to Lexingdition. cording to a Petrograd dlspatek reflight. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY appointed County Demonstrator of ton to see Mrs. Botkin's grandchild ceived by way of Dusseldorf att4 AmRusML Vernon Warren County, Tenn., a rich Blue-gra- ss whs was very sick but glad to say Regulation No Longer In sterdam. Another report says the Men Who Live Long. Friends sian troops broke Into the embassy "Be a Life Mt. Vernon. Mar. 1. section of the state. Force More Economy In Use it was lots hotter and is still doing In an article eiXltled "Hare Tou whllo the Ilrltlsh charge wan still ad and relatives of Undo "noog" Kin-na- rd well. of Breadstuffs Urged. Grant Creech is in Indiana Saver." was tho subject of an Iniuglnnry Troubles?" the Amerithere, and, Ignoring his protest, barne 1 wero very much shocked to looking for a farm. dress given by E. R. Gentry in the SomeMngazlne says: H. Kidd has can "Gladstone wus and confiscated othsome learn that he was suddenly stricken been having some very bad troublo Christian Church Sunday nighl. another one of those hard workers, Western Newspaper Union News Service. ers. documents The Charge, It Is understood, with apoplexy on Friday last and which attracted an immense crowd. with no dreads with regard to work, Washington. Increased production mado a protest to Leon Trotswy, with sore lungs, but is much imgathered here turning from political responsibilities of meat and meat products and the obA large crowd is still unconscious witli no hope of Foreign Minister, who replied The Rev. George Childress Monday to of proved. recovery. A very efficient arm see.the soldier boys off (if the heaviest to Greek for recrea- servance of the conservation days that the Government could not be hold filled his regular appointment at to camp and to attend tho War Coun tion, and living his fourscore years und generally throughout tho country have responsible for the outrage. tho law in the person of Richard We are informed more, Just as Pope Leo XIII turned enabled the Food Administration to Hollinsworth is exercising a splen-Ui- d the Baptist Church Saturday and cil meetings. J. A. Baker is much im- that County Agent Spenco will make to Latin poetry for his relaxation announce a reduction In meatless influence in this locality. In Sunday. The Arab's Loyalty. burdens, and lived meals and the elimination of porkless his judicious interpretation of tho proved of his frozen feet; he is ablo his headquarters here and have all from world-wldThe Arab are u lojtil people. "One e and ten, living Saturdays. Together with this favor Miss Salio Bot of Rockcastle under his care and on beyond -people to to bo out again. law he has caused the i uutlicul inlHtdouiiry, so hopefully that when, ut the little able situation, an urgent appeal Is duy," wrlti-!realize that a knowledge of tho laws kin of Berea was visiting in Beroa only a part of Madison. dinner Given him on his ninetieth birth made to tho public to reduce further "Hutu came to thebyKuweit hospital ft of our country is very useful and tho past week. n wealthy brothsick man brought day, one of the cardlnuls wild. In pro- Its consumption ot bread ana nreaa-intrhighly' essential to liberal and poLEE COUNTY iM.nerallv. to holn meet tho In er. Five j ears or more before there toast to aim: 'Here's that posing a a raid, uni) Ilamudun wan lite education. Beattyville you may live to he a hundred, Holy creased demands coming from tho al had been OWSLEY COUNTY been dlmihlcd ever Covle Beattyville, Mar. 1. The oil well tho old pontiff replied. 'Rut why lies. There has been a falling off in wounded. He hail from 11 great p Sturgeon Coyle, March 2- - We are having limit me to a hundred?' They were the arrivals from Argentina, and ofTori idnco. toTheyvciime No. .1 on Hit! Robert Brandenburu Sturceon. March I. the hospital. It was n tedious contemporaries of llanke, the German will be mado by this country to meet nice weather for this time of year. 'sunnrintpiidenl ense. A number of opcrutlotw were of School P. M. place is. estimated at a' six hundred historian, who at the ago of ninety-on- e Dewey Powell spent last Saturday the deficiency for the allied forces. An- necessary, nnd It wits crhun five barrel well; it flowed a 250 barrel Frye, who is now our hustling proposed to write a history ef the nouncement is mado that so long as night at Kingston with his cousin, County Agent will give this week tank full in one night. One of go home. Durworld In 12 volumes, one volume to bo present excellent conditions pre- months before he could Chancy Simpson Frnest Parks. the important eases being tried in completed each year, nnd actually the special restrictions will bo kept ing that whole jterlod the sick mnu wa eveml lectures in various districts vail, 11 has gono to Illinois to work this county. iirKintr an increased the Circuit Court is that or Hi" lived, I believe, to complete nearly half on the beefless and porkless Tuesdays. cured for hy his well brother with lie kept Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Hen- - of the season. & Coal Company of It. These men had no dreads ; hut The meatless meal heretofore asked loyalty thut was splendid. W. N. Cook lias gono to Huntington Land crop. his money drick spent Sunday with their par The Grand they allowed their energies to work dally and the porkless Saturday will the nick man clean, resume the re- - vs. William Price. for til 111. stayed with him to keep him ents. Mr. and Mrs. William Hen Boonwillo today lo Jury made llnal report and was dis on, without any fear of exhausting be eliminated. mtonsibilitv of schoo trustee. cheerful, did everything that couhl be James T. Cornelison of drick. reluming their vitality." This situation will bo allowed to dune to help toward u cure, and finalThe families of Jim Smith, Jim charged Wednesday arter at least. Hiekorv Plains was here on business continue for several months, ly to their great delight, It wan ikwsI-hi- e Evans, and J. P. Wilson have thirty indictments. It may be possible for the Food AdMrs. J. M. Powell and last week. Hunches and Omens. for them to go home together, two L. II. Hrewer and family restrictions (laughter wero the guests of Mrs measles. PERRY COUNTY, With u great many people, the ministration to keep the that I will be well men. I do not know thut I have Meridith visited his father-in-laoff permanently, although Willie Mundv Tuesday afternoon hiiiich needs no excuse. It ban proved ever seen u finer example of loyalty lu Hazard nraliu; Wilson Sunday. Such per a matter for future developments. In my life." exchange. Bobby Witt has hired to Hugh Hughes. On account of Itself, notes an Hazard, Feb. 28. setting forth the roasons bought 1700 pounds statement Cook 11 Murray for this summer. ilous are not necessarily superstitious, a Mrs. J and E. K. of hav from Luther Hereon tor i the bad weather the Washington although the following of hunche and for tho change In program Food AdM. Powell is on tho sick list. 1 Corn here is bringing ?2.00 per Celebration at the Rink was not well belief In omens usually go together. ministrator Hoover sahTi California's True Oasis. W. A. Winkler- sold Jack Powell "Tho allies have made further ana Mr. Barker Once a pemm has been saved from u bushel, and most farmers won't attended on the 22nd. Only nt one place in the United breadstuffs, mulo las week for $60. Prices are the presented to the high school a ser- mistake, or bodily harm by changing Increased demands for being caused States Is there reul tropical vegetasell it at that. vice flag, representing Hie seven plans In obedience to a hunch he can- these enlarged demands tion, soya Popular Science Ifoatkly. ever hail here. highest we have expecting such to somo extent by shortago In arriGARRARD COUNTY Mrs. Sam Pierson was sadly sur- young men of our hlgn school who not be prevented from may walk un- vals from the Argentine. It is, there- Florida and California have what In after. He lo tbe prised Friday morning to llnd that are now doing service for our coun- warning ever or look at the moon over fore, necessary for the Food Admin- called "subtropical" vegetation. southPaint Lick der a ludder midst of a desert In the extreme AssoThe Parent-Teachedogs try. Miss Iona during Hie night worthless Paint Lick, March 5. that's wrong istration to urge a still further reduc- ern part of California la n true oasts. organization and is which shoulder It Is consumption of bread and Dunn of Lancaster was the attract had killed two of her cliolco ewes. ciation is a live oasis, Palm Springs, lie 280 feet without thinking of the consequence!, tion in the higher dog taxi-Ma- rion continually looking out for some- but If he has n hunch fo cross the breadstuffs generally, It we are to The tho sea level. Bo hot Is It thcro ive guest of Miss Brunetto Arnold Hurrah for tho below Bill thing lo do for the chltirren. Coun- street suddenly you can bet he will do meet our export necessities. ExperiSmith, Blaino Wilson, (hero la a riot ot vegetation all at her country homo on Back CrecK was so und nothing cun stop him. The ence shows that the consumption of that yeur around. ICnormous fig tneen Nino boys from this county lelt Richardson, anil Mr. and Mrs. EJ. ty Court Clerk Asher of Hyden the Is intimately associated breadstuffs nnd mammoth grnpo fruit and oranfgea Monday for Camp Taylor where Cook were welcome visitors Sun- a visitor here at the llrst of tho mere fact that no chimney topples to with the consumption of meat." W. E. Meadows of Wil the ground In the spot he would have are ulwnys to be hud. The lemons tjhat ( thoy have been called lo service-Fra- nk day at the home of Jim "Bundy" week. grow there weigh two und a mnlf and son, liamsburg wns a business visitor passed had he not crossed does not C. N. Gabbard Tinder, minister of the Fair Wilson. Japan To Take Adequate Steps. pounds apiece. The responsibility j for undermine hU faith. He knows there view Christian Church, was enter- Troy, or Botner, were business hero this week London. In his speech at Tokyo all this may he laid ot a beautiful litwub some good reason. February 24, In reply to interpellations tle stream which Is fed by the Coldr-d- o tained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. visitors in this community Satur-da- yl BELL COUNTY of representatives Viscount Motone, TlnJ ReV. Fwing Dunlgan John Anderson at Point Leavell, river and which Hows through ko Pinevillff Japanese Foreign Minister is reported oubIs only to dlsnppcur Into the grottad Sunday. Mr. Estridgo of Carters of Ida May filled his regular apBe Contented. Tokyo correspondent as The Music Pineville, March 1. Let noue repine ut their station and hv Ilflutur'a villo has purchased a new Buick pointment at Royal Oak Saturday ( at Its end. Club met at tho homo or Mrs. Wil- wuste their time longing for other saying some discrepancies were to be greater found In the various reports or tne evening. things thun such as they hnve, liam Ayers Monday peace negotiations. It World Works by Motor. Monday, .18 boys hjft for Camp Tay- thing!), more congenial, or things of Progress today In propelled by gasoThe was difficult at that time he pointed army service. Wo nro glad apparently superior promise. lor for USE may ha out, to form a definite Idea concerning line. The modern and tbe better fay to aiinoiiuco an increase in Sunday Hcule of our stewardship peace by the to do It Is by motor. Not only to tfl hiuuII, tho Items of it meager, the the actual conclusion ot School attendance; why can't wo do do sltuutlon obscure, the duty to which two countries, "Should peace goesactual- motor vehicle helping Its Mfiettor with- speed and endurance, helping to sone better? Mrs. W. D. Faulkner spent we are called Insipid and Irksome In ly concluded," he added, "It several days recently in Barboilr- - the extreme, yet In the faithful dis- out saying that Japan will take steps tho transportation problem, but. It la Oscar Ball, charge of our obvious calling lie nil ot the most decided and most adequate ot real help with the food problem. villo with friends. ITS who Is Inking treatment in Louis- the possibilities of discipline, all that character to meet "ie occasion, The Because the motor requires na tilled Uchlda ville, was visited by his wife and Is necessary to fit us for greut destiny. withdrawal of Ambassador unsettled land for Its support and because HHed land la needed to raise food for BRIGHTER, WHITER AND LIGHTEP . Our consuming bollcltude should he from Petrograd Is duo to the week. son, Hugh, the last of the we have a patriotic urge to bm that we grusp the circumstances of and dangerous cor lltlons prevailing rupture the motor wherever DosaUde la Than Any Other Brand the hour, learn their lessons, extract there. It does not mean ESTILL COUNTY J whatever they have to give of knowl- wjth Russia. Regarding the iusi!ea tng oa the work ot the werld. Waoersville edge and strength. Kxchango, Mr. and Wagersville, Feb. 28. East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else undo a business trip to Iioonovllle. visiting nt this place, have returned Mr. nnd Jim Whicker who has been at lo their home in Ohio. Bond in Jackson County building n W. J. Arvinc arc the guests of 0. W. Enlist in the Great Industrial Army and Assist Our Government Saturday lo sow oats to-da- the Prices ht ...... Standard Wheel Co. 1 PORKLESS "One-Meal- " Hoi-sher- o four-scor- 11 a Fu-the- r, w. i !0 rs' Russo-aorma- n POTTS' GOLD DUST FLOUR ta-ma- ei (