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WERTENBERCER, Manattnt Editor Rtittrtdbt Ih ltnffit at limn, AV, tVxtt tmiU'inatUr ' trtomd Devoted to tfaLe Interests of tlie 3SCou.nta,irL People Kivo Conls The Citizen DKM'A, MADISON COUNTY, KENTl CKV, MAUCII 21, 1018. Knowledge Is Power and the way to keep up with modsra Knowlcge is to read a good Nowspnper. No. Vol. M.V. per Copy. Ono Dollnr per Year. T. Stinking Smoke It is not from a point of controversy with our fellows that we comment on the antiquated custom of men smoking ; especially at banquets or dinner parties whether in the presence or absence of ladies. It is a matter of consideration that each should have for his fellows. A ten cent cigar is not as food that can be refused according to the taste of the individual, but on the contrary it is harmful to the one professing to enjoy it who voluntarily coerces his fellows, to whom the habit is wholy obnoxious, to breathe his breath loaded with the fumes of tobacco smoke and so saturate his clothing that he is ashamed to go in the company of clean folks. In this time of war it is an extravagant and selfish custom. Talk about Hooverizing and holding the ladies up to the mark on food lines ; there is something decidedly wrong with the judgments of men. Berea's standard should be different from other towns in that there is a large student body before whom every citizen should hold himself a living example for good. May we not hope for the day to a these antiquated and harmful soon come-whemay be matters of history only. n IN OUR OWN STATE Kentucky's crops brought her farmers $Hit,ntKi,(XKl more than those marketed tho previous year. In llil f BILL GIVES U S. I JAPAN TO SEND TWO BIG ARMIES INTO WORLD NEWS Germany has been successful in separate treaties with securing several countries, but met with ro- pulse when she applied to the lltllo state of Montenegro. Her advances were nvt with scorn and a .spirit was shown thnt larger nation? might imitnto with profit. HOUR OF DAYLIGHT Measure Passed by House Save Millions of Dollars In Fuel. Will SIBERIA With a view to safeguarding soldiers at- Camp Zachary Taylor from poisoned food, all suspected cdihlci are lo ho sent lo Cincinnati for a chemical analysis. . Three young fanners may die as the result of an accident at Owcns-bor- o when tho automobile in which they were speeding plowed into a street car. A Federal agent has completed his nroho in Lexinuton of ntleced sales of narcotics. Ho will report his investigations w the lederal Jury at Covington in April. cus-tem- At the trial by court-marti- al of Maj. Milton Hoard resulted from the : Growing Tobacco will never ff. j tobacco and expectorating its juice save the nation." Why do not our government farm demonstrators "Chewing investigation of the death of Private Olha Murry, Lieut. Col. 1'yles, Commander of tho Ilaso Hospital, testified that ho favored tho reten tion of .Maj. Hoard as head of tho ward for nervous and mental (lis eases. The daylight saving bill liivv awaits the signature of the Prcsi dent to become law. Tho plan is to set all the clocks in tho United Slates forward one hour at 2 a.m Easter Sunday and set them back an hour at the same lime on tho last Sunday in October each year. Gov. Stanley Sunday night asked Gen. Harry, at Chicago, to place recommend the growing of tobacco these war times? We are aware of the immense profit the weed yields; but should this be an incentive to grow it ? Many of ourbluegrass friends who have conscience in the matter are farming the useful crops rather than that, that will not help win the war. oil producers in the S'ign- Friday was mi epoch making day pie and today his memory is loved board Held of Estill County to quell in Uih history of the Graded School by our own nation anil reverenced mob violence said to have arisen over ot our city. Through the untiring by all the nations of the world. a controversy between the Southern Tho study of bis life, from early Petroleum Company imd adverse ciTorts and devotion of .Mr. LeVant Dndgo a hcautifiil United States Flu? childhood to the end, will ever be claimants. was secured from (ho National Wo- an inspiration to tho youth of all : Berea Graded School Recipient of Beautiful Flag Federal protect troops at his disposal to man's Hcllef Corps and presented by her to the school pit Friday after noon. Mayor Gay received tho emblem for the school and it now floats in the pure air of democracy. IMow we give tho presentation address ns delivered by Mrs. Podge on thai occasion: It is a pleasant duty that comes to me this afternoon to greet you in behalf of the National Woman's llelief Corps, auxiliary to the Grand Army of the Republic, than which no gnunler organization exists. For it is because of the valor, bravery, courage and sacriilco of the heroes of the Civil War that wo are a nation today. The immortal Lincoln Midi, 'The nation owes them a debt of gratitude that can never ho paid." Hut while we honor and reverenc every hero who went to the front when our nation was in peril, wo must ever remember that the greatest of all heroes was Lincoln, himself. He stood at the front and renter of the great war, giving and wnding orders. From beginning to end he was the lender of the great eonllict and can well bo called tho .Moses of that Israel. Horn in obscurity, reared in the midst of privations and hardships, with none of the advantages that surround tho youth of our day, ho surmounted all difficulties and by bis own personal merit roso to tho PruiiMmip.v nf llin ITniloil filnOa lln itutho hearts of all classes of peo- CONTENTS Stinking 1. Editorials: Smoke; Growim: Tobacco. Our Own State News; United States News; World News. Departmental Columns. PACE 2. All make Glad on Easter Day. Religion and Hultcts Allied in War on Kaiser. Whitlock's Story of DePACE 3. A Liljllo Hit of portation. Epic of tho ResurHumor. rection. PAGE 4. Locals. PAGE 5. Local News Articles. PAGE C. Mountain Farming: The Old and tho Now; Farmers' Meeting Minutes. Cincinnati Home Department: Markets. Ho Saving of tlio Precious Fats. Foster Lilies. Festival of Life. PAGE 7. International S. S. LesHomo Old Reliefs. son. Undo Handicraft for Hoys. Sam's Food Lesson. PAGE 8. Eastern Kentucky News Letters. PACE Tho ftislcr features found in this issue are many. Till: CITIZEN al- - Tho price of bread in Kentucky will bo increased a icpnt a loaf. This decision was made by tho State Food Administration Friday (Conttnstd ea Ftf rift) hfter an exhaustive study of made by bakers. Tho order, ways keeps up with tho times that which became effective- March is you may bo among the latest in sets a price of 8 cents wholesale and formed. 10 cents relall ,on' n slxteen-ounc- u loaf. Tho consumer can buy two "On account of tho mails we did loaves, however, for 10 cents. not receive our copy last weok please send an extra, as we do not The House Committee Tuesday want to miss n single copy." Then Louis-vill- o is such a thing as becoming wedded night reported out tho two printing bills to prohibit pubto thi: CITIZEN. lication of Louisville City Council many pleasant memories proceedings in a German language "I have of Keren, and always welcome Til A newspaper and in an English lanSpeaker Crowe CITIZEN with its news or friends guage newspaper. was instrumental in bringing tho and of town." The weekly smiles that THE CITI.KN brings forth aro measures to tho attention of thn members ami urged upon them the numbered by the thousands. importance of deciding Die question. What about tho advertisements in this issue? Are you keeping up with Tho House of Representatives dethem? You don't get any tobacco feated u bill introduced by Repreor liquor ads lo inllueuco the minds sentative Lazarus, to authorize tho of your children for evil. THE CIT- operation of moving picture shows IZEN has tho reputation of being on Sunday. The bill wus defeated one of (lie cleanest sheets In Ken- by a volo of 50. Tho vote was tucky. by a stormy debate, in which Representative Allen niado an atWhen tho "Atrocities of Germany" tack upon tho Hebrew raco through aro lluisbcd wo shall give the ac- Lieut. Lazarus. Tho defeat of the count of ono of our own Kentucky measure is attributed to labor orboy's experiences in tho present ganization activities in trying to war that will interest every read- unionize operators in tho Louisville er of THE CITIZEN. moving picture houses. pro-ceded ages. Ho stood for Industry, honesty, courage, faith, tenderness, and, best of all, for reverence reverence for man and reverence, for God. History shows that thero are many striking examples of all his virtues, especially of his industry and honesty. In his homo in Gentryville, ho was called the most popular help to be foupd. He worked for 25?. a day, which was paid to his father, toiling so faithfully that it is recorded ho could strike heavier blows with the maul and sink the axe deeper in tho wood than any one else in tho community. Wo read that, when ho was acting as a clerk in a country store, ho had taken from a customer in trade, by mistake, six and one-ha- lf cents too much. That night after business, he walked three miles into the country and returned tho money. Once a great case was pending and the result hinged in the testimony of ono of his own witnesses. The cross questioning of tho other side failed lo shnko this witness; hut tho witness had told a lie. No one hut Lincoln knew it was a lie. Even though success depended upon this witness, Lincoln rose in all his majesty nnd exclaimed "Your Honor, my witness has lied. I ask that hh testimony be stricken outl I will win this verdict honestly or not at Ilepresenlative Fields, of Kentucky, member of tho House Military Committee, introduced a bill to put an end lo deception and frauds which he said are being practiced on tho benclteiaries of American soldiers killed in tho war through claim agencies which are springing up over the country. -- Fire destroyed property nf the Louisville & Nashville, Railroad Company, at Glasgow, to the value of $300,000. Tho freight depot, a warehouse, engine houso and seven freight cars loaded with tobacco were destroyed. An investigaSenate Will Accept It. tion as to the cause nf the lire is There wilt be no opposition In the under way. senate to the- ncceptnnce of tho house nmendment. The bill will be conWireless communication between curred In by the sennte nnd go to the president next week, so thnt the plnn Camp Zachary Taylor and tho range at West Point soon cuu he curried Into effect on Mnrch 31 next. will bo established so olllcers hero Itepresentntlve John Jncob Rogers, can watch the progress of the Massachusetts, snld Germany was the aptraining in gunnery. A third first country to ndopt the daylight paratus will be installed on the In- snvlng plan, and that nil tho counter Southern building where in- tries of Europe bnd followed Germany In It. meteorologregarding formation 'This Is the only thing today upon ical conditions may be given th which the allies and central powers artillery. nre In agreement," he said. Germany continues her advance into llussia. Tho city of Odessa on tho Hlack Sen wns occupied during tho week. This gives n base of operations in a rich agricultural disProvides That at 2 A. M. Last Sunday PLANNED AS BLOW TO KAISER trict and likewise n point of vanIn March Clock Will Be Advanced tage on tho sea for movements toOne Hour and Retarded Last ward the oast. Odessa is not insido Sunday In October. Reply From Nippon Expected to Satis-f- y of the Ukraine but it wns occupied President Wilton Wilt Show on the pretense of guarding that Washington, March 18. Tlio lust Unselfish Aim In Internew republic with which a treaty In the passage of the Odder daystep vention. was recently made. light saving bill" was taken when the fenute, without objection, concurred in Washington, March 18. Japan Is Ihe house amendments. The meeting of Russians nt MosThe lilll now expected to proceed with her suggest- cow goes to Ihe ircldcnt. representing the country at ed Intervention In Siberia with two largo 1ms endorsed the treaty nindn Washington, March 18. The day- great armies within the next few days. light Mixing bill went through the lust She will go In with tho npprovnl of with the Germans at nrcst-Litovlegislative singe when It passed tho England and Frnnce, who practically by a largo majority. The message house of representatives by a vote of will guarantee' the unselfishness of the of President Wilson was read but 2KI to 10. which means that Japan did not arouse enthusiasm or gratiI expedition, It Is estimated by experts for the will take no territorial advnntage un- tude so far as appears. In fact a government thnt millions of dollars less the allies at the close of the war resolution was passed which will be saved In fuel In the seven agree that Russia ns nn entity Is not lack of confidence in a months during which the standard longer possible; then Japan will take country whero capitalists and rich , what Is nwnrded time shall be advnnced one hour. her ut the confer- men wero allowed to exercise an It will not be necessary, It was point- ence of the powers uround the pence inlluence. ed out by speakers In the house, to table. An early reply Is expected from Niphave lights burning In factories nnd Sir Eric Geddes, tho flrst lord of places of employment during the period pon to America's message withholding of the advanced time from March to oar assent to the occupation of tho Admiralty in England, has made a statement in regard to the subOctober, and this will effect a large Vladivostok and the back country. I Japan's reply, It Is reported, Is cal- marine problem which is encouragsaving In coal. The bill provides thnt at 2 a. m. on culated to satisfy President Wilson ing. It is bis belief that the Gerthe last Sunday of March of each year that the sole purpose of the project- - man submarines are now being sunk the standard time shall be advanced ed move Is against the common enemy more rapidly than new ones can be one hour, and at 2 a. m. on the last and contains no threat against Rus constructed. He estimates that Sundny in October the standard tlmo sia's territorial Integrity. more than two thirds of all these Khali be retarded nn hour. The effect Allies Will Decide. of this is to start all business activities It Is a reasonable guess that Japan vessels that leave their base never an hour earlier nnl close the same an will offer to lenve It to the allies to return. hour earlier thnn at present. determine when the menace she goes Iloports from the ship building Chance to Work Gardens. In to forestall has passed and This will give opportunity for recrewill accept their verdict on authorities show that results aro ation and outdoor work and activities the time to withdraw her troops. now being reached. In February 18 long before sunfall after the close of Such an offer, Japan's friends con- steel ships were built and in March business. tend, ought to make It plain to Rus- thero have been thus far 23. Nearly While the strong arguments ad- sia that the purpose Is n friendly one all of these aro launched as soon as vnnced for It was the saving of fuel and that only such Russian elements done and aro ready for service in a consumed for Illuminating purposes, as are endeavoring to advance the Inagricultural experts and conserva- terests of Germany could reasonably short time. Parts of tho steel vessels are made at factories throughtionists asserted that men employed object. In offices nnd factories would hnvo It may be urged that the fear that out the country and assembled at plenty of time, through the earlier the Invasion by Japan would throw tho ship yards to bo put together. closing of places of employment, to Itnssln Into the arms of Germany work their gardens and thereby conwould be translated by such a decThere is somo reason to believe tribute to the food supply of the laration Into nn expectntlon thnt such that Germany has been making adRussians ns were nlready working for vances to England for a peace on The bill as It passed the senate pro- Germany would change their hidden tlio terms that sho be given a freo vided that the daylight period should fealty for nn open nlleglnnce. hand in the cast and that sho reon the last Sunday In April nnd Japan has her two armies ready start her hold in tho west. end on the Inst Sunday of September, one In southern l!unchurin and the linquish which would be for n period of Ave other in Korea, both on the fork of There is no evidenco that such a proposition would bo considered. months. the railroad. Upon representations from Doctor The German newspapers nre worry- In fact the statements of English Garfield nnd Mr. Hoover, who present- ing about the threatened Japanese ad- statesmen against such a settlement ed the snlng of fuel and the conserva- vance, an Indication that does not lead to the suspicion that it had tion tden, the house extended tho time urge the allies to halt the Oriental either been made or was anticito seven months. partner. pated. GOES IN EFFECT sk I ' Infer-entlnlly Trnns-Slherlnn Tokyo Expected to Proceed With Approval of the Entente Allies. MARCH 31 Change in Washington. The belief that we will not oppose Japan's entry Into Siberia, even passively, fits Into the general feeling that from this time on activity Is to be the rule of our It Ih rather difficult to explain the psycliol-nglechange In the atmosphere of Washington that has been apparent during the lust week. The announcement that we were about to take over tho Dutch ships' after many months of futile negotiating wus another manifestation of It. The revelation of Austrln's greed ns equal to that of Germany has cleared the atmosphere. CZECH SOLONS IN FIST FIGHTS Food Question Causes Riot In Austrian House, Which Breaks Up the Italy seems to bo trying to play a new part in the war by cultivating tho confidence of somo of the varied races of Hungary with tho hope and purposo of drawing away their allegiance and causing dissensions in that country. In tho meantime sho holds back the eno-m- y from a farther advanco and has thus far been nblo to safeguard Venice from destruction or injury. 49,817 PRISONERS IN ENGLAND Lord Newton Tells House of Lords 4,000 More Are Expected From War Fronts. London, Mnrch IS. Lord Newton announced In the house of lords the other day that there were ISI.817 prisoners of war In Knghind, and thnt 4,000 more nre expected short-ly- . Of these, 2S,flT0 are permanently employed and the remainder nre men In addition, 2.000 unlit for work. German civilians nnd 4,000 Austrian aro Interned. Retween 1.500 and 2.00(1 of these are out on license for various forms of work and the rest nre "a useless and expensive Incubus." com-bata- Sitting. Copenhagen, Mnrch 18. Czech nnd German members of the lower house of the Austrian parliament engaged In a wild scullle In which several were Injured Thursday during a speech by the Czech deputy SouUop, nccordlng to n Vienna dispatch to tin Humlmrger Japan has not yet decided on an aggressive movo into Siberia. Any such action Would probably bo based on the terms of tho treaty of alliance which hns existed between England and Japan for many years. This treaty is conservative in its terms and does not look toward expansion of territory on either side. Tho polioy of tho United States in letting tho matter nlono is wise, at least for tho present. It is reported that tho possibility of n Japanese invasion of Siberia has awakened tho Bolsheviki lo great vigor in that part of Russia's territory. They have increased their strength very rapidly and shown considerable ability at lighting. A Russian general, Semenoff, hostile to the radicals nnd friendly to tho cntranco of Japan was defeated with much loss of life. Lord Reading, in a recent address boforo the Merchants Association of New York City, took occasion to speak in highest terms of President Wilson. Ho Bald that the American peoplo could not realizo tho moral influences ho had brought into tho war and tho great effect of his addresses upon tho masses of people in all tho countries at war against Germany. Fenr of tho great western drivo of tho Germans seems to bo passing away. A doubt has urisen In oa Fags rtrs) The disturbance he--1 came so serious thnt the chairman had to dissolve the sitting. Deputy Soukop complained thnt fragile, the capital ot Rohemla, hnd heen for several days without food, Including potatoes. Deputy Wolff, a German member, Jumped AMERICAN KILLS HUN SNIPER to his feet and shouted: "Tho Czechs have not given out U. S. Sergeant Creeps Into No Man's proper quantities ot food. Tho Czechs will starve us. They are the allies ot Land to Get Good .Shot at the Rrltlsh." German. The German deputy's harangue was With the American Army In Trance, Interrupted by Deputy Rydlazlz, a Czech, who threw him to the floor. The March 18. A certain sergeant, an soon spread who formerly was rn tho cavalry, tumult thus begun has lung been annoyed by n certuln throughout the house. German sniper. Ho finally decided to "get" him. Creeping out Into No Man's Land Nmne Made Nc Difference. during the night, ho located the GerA Kill' iiiIms wum visiting ut u homo man In a tree. He waited until dayl 'mi ldcily women were stop- light und then drew a bead on tho Geri in ti lunl a Hume easily remetn-nu- t man. He fired Just once, and the Gerthe other had an unusual man toppled out of tho tree. r.t. Upon belpg presented to them "He didn't need tho shot to kill him," he unit idrl looked pensive for a mo- the sergeant said after he crept buck nt. but she quickly solved her Ulf-to his own Hues. "The fall alone would ' uhy ly Hiylng: "How nre you, Drun- have done It." :iu li und Dinnma Morel" Fremdenblatt. old-tim. ; ' j Pago Two. T1IB CITIZEN March 21, 1018, University Column DR. i Academy Column Normal Column Y Vocational Column well, lint there always seemed to Schools passed the House Tuesday March II, I9M. bo nn Academy fellow walling fornighl by n vole of 711 to 0. Pome the pill to drop into his hands. jliino ago it had passed the Senate Dear Dr. Cowley: Tho Vocational seemed two ruin by a vole of sa to 7. It now only I am in receipt of your letter of March 0th in which sou inform in tho second inning and another require Hie Onvornor's signature me that Dr. Jobling has sent tho l tho sixth; they then hail no more .for it In become n law. According to (ho terms of the bill running between third ami bom culture of menlngococcue. The Academy started out students of 8clitvls approved by I wish particularly (o thank you base. for the generous remarks at the end well by gelling 3 runs in (lie llrst Hie inspecion board will bo given of your letter. I regret that I can - '"uiing. Then came that dreadful cerlillcales under Hie same terms not accept tho praise in whole, fourth inning (for the other teain as now allowed students of Stale since so much depends on early di- in which the Academy batted more Normal schools. This ought to re agnosis and efllcient serum treat- than "nround" and in which thcyisult in bringing large number ol teachers into' the ment in accomplishing results. As scored 0 runs, Williams securing prospective schools far as I know, tho results at Dercit two of them. Doughton and Hodges standard private securing of tho teacher thus far have never been surpassed, were pitchers for lite Academy but Slate, a nietlind of if indeed they have been equalled. it would certainly be hard (o name far better than "hoino cramming" On this account I am hoping that all the pitchers for Vocational, as lo pass county examinations. During the past ten years the enlliat they pitched you will write up tho epidemic for it seemed rollment of Ilerca Normal School publication. I can help you in "around." If that direction, I shall be happy to Tho Academy has a line team, and has increased more than forty per tinder its manager and captain, Wil- cent Willi State recognition growth bo of service. son and Roach, they have a splen- during (lie years lo come should Sincerely yours, Simon Flcxncr, did show for the pennant this year. be more marked. Great credit is due Dean McAllisNow, you fellows that expect to play, get out to practice every time ter for his untiring efforts in securDR. WILLIAMS CLOSED THE RE- Hie manager calls you; and tho rest ing (lie advantages of this bill, VIVAL WITH A GREAT SERVICE should hold up the Academy spirit which so greatly facilitates for Dr. Williams was at his best Sun- willi good songs and yells. "He training teachers of the Slate. day night. The great Chapel was fights who helps the lighters flght.' that the body of the Christ was in tne packed full. His address was powtomb and that when the stone was erful in its application and appeal. ' SENIOR PARTV rolled from the door and He nrose, it Tho result was marked as over one The Seniors were royally enterhundred students made the decision tained by .Miss Sargent in the girls' was found that the eggs laid by the for the Christian life. Be sur gmnasiuiu last Monday evening bulbul In the tomb had turned to gold. commemoration of the miracles, the it was a notable occasion. So during vesper hour. The Seniors In story says, the eggs are colored on closed a remarkable series of meet- put away their dignity and indulg- Easter day, and the custom has conings. The interest grew day by day ed in several childish games. The tinued through ages. Tho afternoon audience passed the poetic Always Day of Gladness. talents of each were tested thousand mark after (lie second by filling. in blanks in a verse of Easter Is, however (especially If the day. Tho interest never flagged but (Toelry. Punch and cakes were day be fair and warm), a day of gladgrew rather as tho speaker brought served. Then tho hour had passed ness for maid and matron, for It Is on forth from a wide range of experi and we were invited to go to our Easter day that the glories of the ence and reading to illustrate and respective homes. All agree most timely disthat played. wnrdrobe are their newest hats Dressed In enforco tho Gospel message. Over Miss Sargent is a very entertaining and smartest spring suits, the women five hundred young people made flic of the world wend their way to the start in the Christian life as tho re hostess. places of worship and Join In the songs sult of his appeals. Dr. Williams of thanks and Joy of the Eastertide. will bave a hearty welcome when REPUTATION vs. CHARACTER This Sunday morning will find the ho can return to us. Rerea bids A good, dean reputation is a Christian people of the world In their V d. him great thing, but a noble character places of worship, rejoicing In the is the greatest asset that anyone fact that Christ arose from the dead can possess. We sometimes loo and In so doing assured them of a sight of tho higher tilings in life life to come. The custom of ages will ALL MAKE GLAD by plodding along in the dust of, be observed In countless churches by worldly opinion, raking up and millions of people and the anthems of cherishing those baubles of praiso PrB,8e ana rejoicing will sound uaum ui ON EASTER DAY and honor, which our fellow-meare wont to present to us when wo With the Easter Illy banking the have accomplished a task accordaltars of the different churches and the ing to their standards. singing of the glad tidings, the ChrisCelebration Is One That Has at Do not mistake me, a good reputian world will show their Joy In the All Times Been an Occasion tation increases one's powor for do- belief that He Is risen and that life apt to put it beyond the grave Is assured. ing good, but we aro for Rejoicing Customs Iieforo that greater moral capacity, of Ages Observed MISS MARY VAN KLEECK character. in the Churches. Fortunate is ho who possesses bcth a good reputation and a stainless character; yet both aro someIs here. civilized times den'ed us, and wo aro comthe EASTEIt millions of Christian peo- pelled to choose between them. ple will assemble In their places Shall wo sacrifice character for a of worship Easter Sunday to celebrate good reputation, thereby putting a the anniversary of the Resurrection. skeleton in our closet, which will The celebration of Easter dates back to antiquity and the observance of the ever torment and disturb our peace day brings with It many of the cus of mind; or shall wo choorc that nobler trait, which will reassure us toms which came from pagan times. !in tho days of darkness, and carry The celebration of Easter is always an occasion for rejoicing an expres us ever onward with the convicsion of joy at the awakening of nuture tion that we aro in tho right? from the sleep of winter and the manifestation of gladness at the rising of spring and the Kaster day. the Son of Righteousness the resur- tells us that at many of the oldlllstorj cathegrave. rection of Christ from the drals In that country, and, In fact, nt From time Immemorial Easter has all places of worship, a solemn game been celebrated by all Christian com- of ball was played on Easter Sunday munities with the greatest solemnity, The priests, canons and other dignithe earlier day commemorations being taries of the church took part In tlili curried on with ever more elaborate solemn game, which was rellglouslj rites than those of the present time. played each year. Many years ago the day was reserved All of the different modes of celebraus a special day for baptism, and those baptized wore the white robes in which tion, however, were for one purpose tbey received the Sucrarnent for the alone, the expression of Joy at tbfl following seven days. The faithful resurrection of Jesus Christ. Kites greeted one unother with a kiss and and customs that would, at this day the salutation, "Christ Is risen," to and time, seem ludicrous, were perwhich the reply was, "He is risen. In- formed with the sincerity and solemn rites with wuicu we attend out deed." cnurcnes. True Easter 8plrlt Modern Celebrations. In his "Easter Hymn," Thomas While the duy Is more generally obBlackburn fittingly expressed the served at the present time, modern Easter spirit: people temper their devotions, and the Miss Mary van Kleeck, In charge of Awake, thou wintry earth handsome wardrobe und other like de- a new woman's division In the war deFling oil thy saJneml sires of the flesh nre given their part partment, will be responsible for the Fair vernal Mowers, laugh forth tn the makeup of the Eustcr duy. The maintenance and housing of women Your ancient gladness. egg of mythology Is still tn use today. who work In Uncle Sam's munition Christ ts risen. .but for the satisfaction of unnetltes. plants. In fact, her supervision ex. For manv centuries nnsf thn nlmprv. tends to women working In private unce of Easter has been uccompunled ; un1 t,,u moan8 of furnishing sport to plants as well. Women supervisors tho youngsters. Tho fires which with many odd customs. The use of the triumph of spring over will be named for erch district where the eggs at this seuson dates back to nril stm burn- - but women work, and one of the Innova. untiqulty. Widely separated Christian wlnter ln da'8 0D0 tlons which will add to their mythologies declaro that eggs were for commercial purposes or comfort, will be 1? n " teens, where the establishment of can- e used ln tho Easter celebraUons cea- - rnther tImn 08 sy,nDl8 they may obtain whole-tomturiea back, and that It was consld- - changing of tho seusons. food at reasonable prices. coloring of the Easter eggs, symbol of resurrection. In The cred the those times, as in tho present day, which nre used so extensively In tho eggs were given by ono person to an- - modern celebration of this day, comes Corn Lice by Trillions. other, and were, kept as keepsakes, through centuries from a beautiful There U a tiny louse which lives Another custom of the Eastertide legend whose origin is unknown. on the roots of young corn and somehas died out In all countries, cording to tho story, the Ferslan nlght-wlt- h times destroys a whole crop In one the exception of Wales, was th Ingale, known as tho "Bulbul" In the locality. It doe this by the rapidity lighting of Easter fires on the tnoun- - Orient, played a part at the time of the of Its reproduction, from 11 to 22 gentalnsldes. It was lu this manner that resurrection of Jesus. When the body of erations having been counted lu one the ancients celebrated the triumph of the Savior was placed ln the tomb, and season. It Ih estimated that each louso spring over winter and showed theli the stone rolled before the door, one of hatched in the spring leaves In the these beautiful birds was Imprisoned ground at the end of the season gladness. descendants and 3,000,000,. Centuries ago In Franco manj ,0 ,ho ?pulcher. unique means were used to show th The story goes on to tell that the 000.000 eggs. coming of bjrd continued to ulutUurlnis the time. joy of. Uifl. BQEulofl-thnew-sprinGod-speeI well-being NORMAL BILL PASSED SUCCESS-COWLEACADEMY AOAIN VICTORIOUS ' FULLY Tim Academy, til n game of bne- hull Monday afternoon, came out as Borca Soon to Have State Recoa- OF MENINGITIS nltion Delow wo give n loiter written by usual, victorious, by a score of 10, Dr. the limn wlto iliscovcr- - tn ;i. Tlicy not only showed their. Friends of Heron ami oilier pried lite scrum treatment for Mcnln- - ability to bold down (lie Held, but vnlo schools of Hie stale engaged gills, which has been so successful- - also produced line results wilh the In I hi Irniulng of teachers will he l administered to tho patients at stick, which accounts for the II) plenseil (o learn that the bill cro- Htroii Coilogo Hospital during tho run Hint they tallied. The oppos- - alinp a board flor tho inspection nig team, Vocational, also nallol ami nccretiiiing or pmnie normal i'eront epidemic. FLEXNER COMPLIMENTS DR. ON TREATMENT Flc-xner-, The Vocational Faculty extend to all who are Interested In Counlrv Life and Progressive Farming n mmt cordial invitation o (he (ltd-leTabernac,le ,al sovoji o'clock Saturday, March 23, lo see the drama "Hetween Two I.Ives." ge STEP BY STEP William Tipton We do pot go up on an elevator; we grow by ourselVos, by using our talents which tho Lord has given us. You do not go across a mountain in ono slep, you cros it step by step. In the same way wo secure an education slop by step. I know a man at Hiuard who started a foun dation of a house several years age, and ;l bns not yet been finished. Some people start their education and never finish it. Some people gelalong one or two steps in llieir education and they teach one or two schools in the rural districts, and generally when they get married llieir education is overwith. There are three great ovcnls in Hie life of everyone: first, when they aro horn; second, when limy are converted; anil third, when they are married. Climbing means effort. To go upward, always, however, means unceasing effort. II is worth while As the mountain climber at eerv slago of ascent sees new vistas of beauty opening before his eyes, so the Christian (idling upward is rewarded constantly with increasing joy in his wider visions of truth, his enlarging conceptions of tho goodness and glory and wisdom of God. Tho mature Christian who has grown all his life has a richness of experience and an assuredness of faith ami a certainty of hope which surpasses anything of his earlier years. Jlut such progress means unceasing effort, an active mind, an ever useful life. The man who sits al the bottom of a ladder never sees a star. Let's try lo reach the top of tho ladder. Tho man who sits down and sits never amounts to anything. "Uso timo and timo Whilo time do last For timo is no time When timo is past." We aro now living in an ago tn which wo ought to make our time count for ihuch. Tho man who does not have an education is seen wading tho mud and snow hunting for n Job; hid but after ho gets an education, Jobs aro hunting him. Tho man before lie Is educated Is like a wheelbarrow; after ho Is edu-callie Is like an automobile,--l- ie is powerful. Tho only genTho Inner Life uine progress Is progress in the inner life. Tho well filled mind needs tho guidance of spiritual conceptions. Wo mul read what wo read, and see what wo seo with tho eyes of the spirit. That means that had: of all real progress Is spiritual development, life in companionship witli flod, under (ho Inllucnce always and continually of the DMiio Spirit. That means prayer and meditation and the desire, first of nil lo know (ho mind of God an l Iho will to do His will; and II means a life of action, which transmutes inspiration and knnwledg" into deeds of loving service. "f van do nil things thru Christ Phil. which slrengilienclh me." ed 1:13. RELIGION AND BULLETS ALLIED IN WAR ON KAISER The following account of tho Rev. I). W. Hrown's work nt Lake Forest, III., is taken from the Chicago Daily Journal of March 5. "Religion and bullets, morality and guns aro natural allies in the war of civilization against tho Huns in (lie opinion of Lake Forest's Kentucky parson, the llev. D. Wendell Drown, pastor of tho First Mdlh-di- st F.pisropal Church of I.ako Forest, III., who has turned over tho basement of his church as a rille range to tho Illinois volunteer training corps. Tho Ilov. Mr. Drown was born and bred in old Kentucky. For fifteen years ho fared up and down that famous state among the feudists in tho mountains and tho duelists in the (owns as a missionary of the M. K. Church, and ho knows personally every noted feudist of the "bluo grass slate." In "Woody Droathitt" County ho entered the homes and visited with persons known to him as fellow citizens of his nativo slato but known to the world as tho terrors of a region of terrors in tho days of tho feud. Crack of Rifles Under Church Tho crack of tho rifles in tha hascmenl of his church in Lako Forest as tho Illinois volunteer training corps unit of eighty-seve- n men practice thrice a week is n well-knosound to tho ears of Mr. Drown, and ho lutein (o the in not aloof and approving, bill as n competitor. Ho himself Is a member of (ho unit and is said by tho officer he Is (ho hesl rillo shot in lhr company. Looking critically at his score card Mr. Drown gavo his version of Hie military uo to which the basement of his church has been put. "You seo in my country, tho first thing a hoy learns is (hat the shortest distance lietwen two points is (lie path of n bullet. And the only bullet Hint counts Is the ono that goes where you send il. Wo felt here thai patriotism Is wedded to religion In an intimate way. anl that this whole war business is nothing more than a spiritual expression of outraged Juslico lighting to preserve Christian civilization. My preaching tip stairs is not more patriotic than my shooting down stairs. Wo don't wont slacker biillels any more than wo want slacker men, and a hullot that doesn't hit anything is a slacker.'' Content With Temporary Church Mr. Drown camo to Iakn Pom lnt September, a and expects thai within the war peroid ha and his parlshoners will bo content lo worship In the temporary church, 10 Market sipiare. Ho is h graduate theologian of (lie Norlhwcstern university, where ho camo to finish his studies Iwo years ago after a missionary career of flfloca years In his native slate." To Keep Christ Warm. Among (he Vlnchs an ancient people widely scattered over tho cenn big lire ts made In tral Ilalkiin ench limine on Christmas eve, to keep Christ wnrm. The nshes nre aot swept out of the hearth until Epiphany, meanwhile the fire must not bo alio to go out. Hoys go round and nWsf nt door after door with a stick, In response to which gifts of cakes and nuts are bestowed upon them. Their leader carries at his waist a long string, on which he threads tho cakes the latter being shaped Mke doughnuts, with holes through thd middle. The family Christmas cako la a huge j affair, decorated with currants and sesame seeds. After being sprinkled with a few drops of holy water. It Is broken Into pieces and given to the sheep, horses and other domestic to keep them In good health. Economy Tooth Powder. Equal parts of salt and soda sifted together makes a very good tooth powder. It preserves the teeth, makes them feel nice und smooth. anl-mal- s, Dodge Brothers MOTORCAR Right when it began, the car has been growing steadily better. Public confidence has consistently increased. Its performance has steadily improved. will wy .you lo chit us and examine thh cat The gasoline consumption Is unusually low. The tire mileage Is unusually high. Sedan or Coupe, $1330; Winter Touring Car or Roadster, $1030; Touring Car, Roadster or Commercial Car, (88 ; (All prices I o, b. Detroit.) ' ch BEREA MOTOR CAR CO. Cornelius Bldg. Berea, Ky. I e, 5i0'O'0O0insn..-- : jnl'OlOiidia t March 21, 1018. THE CITIZEN the province of Antwerp to communicate them to tho people: "Tho governor of Antwerp, llnron Pago Throe. A OF DEPORTATIONS ployed at forced labors. "(2) If Individual Infractions of poOVERWHELMED WITH HORROR lice regulations nre committed, the authorities will Institute n search for the responsible authors and will punish them, placing the responMinister to Belgium Declared It Was sibility on withouttiro populntlon. the en Difficult to Write Calmly and Justly "(3) The German nnd Ilelglan auIn View of the Hun' Gratuthorities will neglect nothing to see itous Cruelty. thnt food Is assured to tho popula- Report of German Disregard of tions: "(1) The young men need not fenr Human Rights on Filo in being taken to derm nny, either to bo enrolled Into the army or to bo emState Department. von Holnlngen, General von Hucnc, hns authorized mo to Inform you In his nnmo and to communicate by your obliging Intermediary to our populations, the three following declara- 7 T I Epic of the Resurrection By Henry Clarke long ago, within the Hands that healed and feel that Helpless seems the Ixrd of Power! Death has seiied the Lord of carried, City, Eyes that pitied, heart of love, Might! The eager throng had gathered for the paschal feast; Is your ministry forgotten? Dead he hangs upon the summit Oh I hare mercy, Qod above! And out beyond the walls the fires of d hill; Of Judea's camps were gleaming, the. noonday sun is hidden, When the black tide surged tumulWhere, worn with weary leagues, See' tuous, there rested man and beast. None could utter, "Peace, be still." The city stood in richest glow and So it ends, this life of goodness, wlendor. So it ends, upon the tree, The shining object of all Jewish So it ends, oh, Son of Mary, pride; Wondrous Man of Galilee. And from its heart there rose the d temple, THE BURIAL To kiss whose marble walls men gladly would have died. T7R0M the cross the form it lifted, Here, then, in days that ages have Mangled like an earthly made misty, clod, Was borne the pain of One who in Bruised and broken, stained and the shadows trod, bloody, And here the eyes of men, with gladBody of the Son of Qod. ness overbrimming, Beheld the triumph of the risen Hasten, Joseph, unto Pilate! Son of Qod. Beg the body for thy tomb! Bathe and cleanse with tender pity! Then listen, ye who on this Easier Let thy love shine through tho morning gloom! Find heart and soul athrob in joyous song, Thou, too, Nicodemus, hasten, Oh, listen as this day in gladdest Burdened with the precious spice; Fara concerning the deportation of Belgians and the forced labor by the "Hun" military leaden, which excited the indignation of the civilized world, have been thus officially ttl forth; Tho pinn of getting forth tho essential facts of tho deportations nnd iforced labor of Belgians Is set forth by tho cominlttco on public Information as follows: tho documents, thnt Is to say, n smnll fraction of thoso which could bp cited, tell the story, and only such comments nre added ns nro needed to enable tho render to easily grasp the connection of events. "Tho deportations . . . were tho most vivid, shocking, convincing, single happening In all our enforced observation and experience of German disregard of human suffering and human rights In Belgium." Vernon Kellogg In Atlnntlc Monthly, October, 1017. A summary of the whole situation, dnwn to January, 1017, can be ob 'talncd by reading continuously tho report of Minister Whltlock, taken from tho files of the state department. This tells of th brutality of tho deportations. ed "Legation of the United Stntes of America, Brussels, Jan. 10, 1017. "Tho Honorable, the Secretary of State, Washington. "Sir: I have had It In mind, and I might say, on my conscience, since the Germans began to deport Belgian workmen early In November, to prepare for the department n detailed report on this latest Instance of brutality, but thcro have been so many obstacles In the way of obtaining evidence on which a calm and Judicious and one Is opinion could bo boM-d- , no overwhelmed with tho horror of tho thing Itself, that it has been, and even now Is, difficult to write calmly and Justly about It. I have had to content myself with fragments of dispatches I have from tlmo to tlmo sent to the tfcp8rtn,Bt nnd with doing whnt I could, little as that can be, to allevi- ZA at Uie arsenal. ate tho distress that this gratuitous "On Wednesday, June 2d, not a cruelty has caused tho population of single man appenred. Accordingly, a this unhappy land. complcto stoppage took place of every THE CRUCIFIXION Whltlock Opposed Belgian Idea. vehicle within n radius of several kilo"In order to understand fully tho meters of tho town. is passing through the situation, It Is necessary to go back to "Several workmen wero taken by tho autumn of 1011. At tho tlmo wo force and kept two or three days at c!t'J- wero organizing the relief work, tho tho arsenal. Guarded by the soldiers' Comlte National the Ilelglan relief or- j "The commune of Swcveghra (westspears ganization that collaborates with the ern Flanders) was punished In June, From the thronging crowd of scofcommission for relief In Belgium 1015, becauso tho 350 workmen at tho proposed an nrrangement by which private fnctory of M. llekaert refused fers, tho Ilelglnn government should pay to make barbed wlro for the German From the rabble with its sneers. own employees left In Belgium, ; army. to Its and other unemployed men besides, "The following notice wns placard-e- d "Why did you never marry?" Over Via Dolorosa tho wnges they had been accustomed 1015: nt Menln In "I don't feel that I could support n Tho Belgians wished to 'By to receive. To the hill outside the gate. order: From today the town will do this both for humanitarian and pa- no longer afford aid of nny descrip- wife." Walks the weary Man of Sorrows, "Don't let that worry you. If she triotic purposes; they wished to pro- tion Including assistance to their Victim of his people's hate. vide tho unemploed with tho means families, wives, and children to any finds you enn't she'll leave you." of livelihood, nnd, tit tho sntrio time, operatives except thoso who work At Least an Effort. to prevent their working for the Ger- regularly nt military work, nnd other Slowly up the hillside toiling, The man who fights and rum away mans. I refused to be connected In opDoth move the fancy to delight. tasks assigned to them. All other Followed by the eager throng, any way with this plan, and told tho Compared to one who wants to star d nnd their fnmllles can With the cross his vision meeting, Ilelglan committee that It had many eratives Secure and not attca;t tu fight. not be helped In nny fashion.' possibilities of danger; that not only Moves the Christ to suffer wrong. Punished for Refusal to Work. Often the Case. would It placo n premium on Idleness, "Slmllnr mensures were tnken In "Tho old man took a few drinks tobut thnt It would ultimately exasper- October, 1015, nt Horlebekelcz-Courtate tho Germans. However, the policy rnl, Blsscghem, Lokeren, nnd Mons. day nnd Imagined he could wipe up Lifted is the soldier's hammer! Nails are driven through hands wns adopted, and hns been continued From Hnrlcbeko 20 Inhabitants wero tho town." "What happened?" In practice, and on the rolls of tho transported to Germany. and feet! At Mons, "Oh, when he got home als wife Comlto National hnvo been borno tho In M. Lenoir's factory, tho directors, made him wlpo his feet beforo bo could In the earth the cross is planted! names of hundreds of thousnnds foreman, nnd 81 workmen wero ImShouts of scorn his sufferings somo 700,000, I believe of Idle men prisoned for having refused to work even come Into the house. receiving this dole, distributed through greet I of tho German army. M. In tho service Class. tho communes. Lenoir wns sentenced to five years' lm- "Theso class meetings make mo sad." "The presence of theso unemployed, prlsonment. tho flvo directors to a "As to how?" however, wns n constant temptation yenr each, six foremen to six months, "Wo were nil In tho same class once." to 'Jerman cupidity. Many times they nnd tho 81 workmen to eight weeks. "Well?" s, nought to obtain tho lists of tho "Tho general government hnd re-- 1 "But how few of us nro In tho samo but were always foiled by tho courso ulso to Indirect methods of class now." claim thnt under tho guaranties cov- compulsion. It seized tho Belgian ering the relief work, the records of Bed Cross, confiscated Its property, A Home Body. tho Comlto National nnd Its vnrlouH nnd changed Its purpose arbitrarily. "So you spend ull your evenings nt suborgnnlzatlons wero Immune. Bath- I It attempted to mnko Itself master of er than risk any Interruption of tho I tho public charities, und to control tho homo?" replied Mr. Meckton. "Hen"Yes." rnvltnlllement, for which, whllo lonth jintlonal aid and food committee. rietta hns speeches to raako and wo nny obllgntlon to Amerlcn, tho to own "If wo were to clto In extenso tho can't keep a servant. Somebody has Germans hnvo always been grateful, decree of tho governor general of Augto look after tho house nights." keeping slnco It hns had tho effect of Develop Concentration. ust 4th, 1015, concerning measures Intho population calm, tho authorities tended to ussuro tho chrrylng out of All mothers know how cwy It Is for By Slow Degrees. never pressed tho point, other than works of public usefulness, and that Often children to becomo nbsorbed. "Do you really enjoy Camcmbert with tho burgomasters of the com- of August 15th, 'concerning tho unemwhen the children nre out of sight, the Finally, however, tho mili- ployed, who, through Idleness, refrain cheese?" eating It as a matter munes. t of dis- nbsnrpllon, expressing itself In "I'm tary party, always brutal, nnd with an from work,' It would bo seen by what cipline. If I can learn to llko It may-b- o silence, causes the mothers to bo public opin- tortuous means the occupying power astounding Ignoranco of suspicious. "They must bo up to some I'll get so I can stand a ion nnd of morul sentiment, deter- attempts to attack at once the mas- -' egg." mischief." mined to put theso ldlo men to work. ters and the men." Tho suspicion Is duo to the fntluro "General vou Ulsslug and tho civil I on tho part of some pnrents nnd guardFines Imposed Without Reason. Vocally Overzealous. portion of his entourago had always ians of very young children to develop Tho German authorities wero not "Is Bllgglns patriotic?" been and even now are opposed to this satisfied with ono Impoverishing levy. "Yes, but not always with Judgment. tho faculty of concentration In healthy sincerely done In November, 1015, ono month before policy, nnd I think huvo ways. Tho children suffer from boreITo Insists on singing Tho what they could, tlrst, to prevent Its tho expiration of tho twelve-mont- h Banner,' no mutter how be makes dom becauso there Is so little to atadoption, nnd secondly, to lighten the nerlod Uxcd for the levy, they decreed tract their Interest nnd becauio they It sound." rigors of Its application." nro not trained to develop tho capathat tho contribution of 40,000,000 city to bo Interested. Exchange. German Promises Worthless. francs a month should bo paid for an Savage- Revenge. In tho early dnys of tho German Indefinite period. In November, 1010, "Do you, too, want to can the Into Uelglum, tho peoplo had they Increused tho levy to 50.000.000 kaiser?" Thought He Was Growing. learned to fear tho worst. This wns francs a mouth. In addition, faithful "Yes, If there Is any boiling process particularly true In Antwerp. In or- to tho method laid down by tho high about It." Donnld likes to go to the baker's, where ho Is sure to be given a enke der to allcvjuto their fears und to ob- command, tho German authorities or a bun. Ono day tho baker gnvo him tain guaranties which might hasten havo continued to levy flues upon Naturally. the restoration of settled conditions, towns nnd villages for acts committed "The man wo met yesterday looked a small cooky, saying, "A very little Cardinal Mercler secured from tho In their neighborhood, although they very queer when I asked him If he cake, for a very little boy." Donald German government ut Antwerp prom- had no proof that theso acts hnd been were Interested In tho shut-Imove held It a moment and then handed It buck, saying, with a charming smile, ises, and In a clrculur letter dated Oc- committed by any Inhabitant ot tho ment." "I'so bigger." tober 10th, 1014, asked tho clergy, of city or village thus lined. "No wonder. He's Just out of Jail." Stopped All Traffic In Mallnes. "On May 30th, 1015, the governor general nnnounccd that ho 'would be obliged to punish the town of Mallnes 'nnd Its suburbs by stopping all trnfllc If by 10 a. in. on Wednesday, June 2d, 500 workmen I had not presented themselves for work tion." These promises wero not kept, as Cardinal Mcrcler and his colleagues show by abundant evidence In tho "Ap-peA Busy Line. to Truth." "Central, how much longer must I "On March 23d, 1015, at the nrscnal at I.ii tt re the German authorities post- wait to get 4170 Juniper?" "How long have you been waiting?" ed a notice demanding return to work. "About ten minutes." On April 21st, 200 workmen were call"Judging from the kind of conversaed for. On April 27th soldiers went to fetch tho workmen from their tion I heard the last time I 'listened ring nt homes nnd take them to the arsenal. In,' there's nn engagement 4470 Juniper that Is about to bo reIn the nbsence of n workman, n mem turned. You may hnvo to watt an her of tho family was arrested. hour." Workmen Imprisoned on Trains. "However, the men mnlntnlned their Unbeautifled. v refusal to work, 'because they were "Do you think thnt rhyme henulltles unwilling to In nets of war n thought?" against their country.' "Not always," replied Mr. Pcnwlg-gl"On May 4th, 21 workmen dctnlned "The prospect Is not rendered In prison at Nlvelles were tried at more alluring by the fact thnt some of Mons by n 'on thechargo the dnys to come nre to be meatless, being members of n secret society, wheutless, of swectless nnd possibly heat-lesshaving for Its aim to thwart tho carrying out of German military measures.' They were condemned to ImprisonThe Fate of Genius, ment. Sam "I don't see Three-Fing"On May 8th, 1015, 48 workmen around Crimson Gulch nny more." wero shut up In a freight car and "No," nnswered Broncho Bob. "Sum taken to Germany. met the fntc of genius. He hnd so "On May 14th, 45 men were deport- many orlgtnnl Ideas he got to Introduc-l- n ed to Germany. new rules In every enrd game nnd "On May 18th n fresh proclamation we just nnturnlly had to make him feel announced that the prisoners would unwelcome." recelvo only dry bread and water, nnd hot food only every four dnys. On Long Winded. May 22d three cars with 10-- work"Let's go." men were sent toward Charlerol." "No. Let's wait n while longer. I "A similar courso was adopted at believe the orator Is reaching his peroMallnes, where by various methods ration." "You're mistaken. That's his handof Intimidation, the German authorities attempted to force the workers at kerchief he's reuchlng for. He'll mop tho arsenal to work on material for his brow with It and start ull over the railways, ns If It were not plain again." that this material would becomo war material sooner or later. NOT ALWAYS e. court-martial, ." St ZONG, Holy skull-shape- golden-crowne- jr TSISWASJSwtXTi ''.'SfrA Darkness reigns, not golden light; Qod's own heaven is clothed in mourning. Angels cannot bear the sight. Hark! the earth is loudly groaning, By its quakings split and rent; Nature's lamentation mighty For the King whose life is spent. Look! the temple's massive curtain, Qlory of the Jewish heart, Now in fluttering strips is waving, Torn by unseen hands apart. THE DEATH fN J notes is telling The slory which the ages shall forevermore prolong. the breast the head has fallen, Glazed are now the weary eyes, Veins no longer scorch with fever, Ears are deaf to ribald cries. Broken is the heart of mercy, Gave thee nl truth beyond all price. fifes radiant teaching 'tis he i Forthe grave,whose battle ended, the In Lies the body of the King; He who came with angel anthems, Now is slain by death's sharp fNE C sting. "Earth to tion t earth!" is this thy por- Thou whose power the grave could "Dust Now robf io dust!" shall ashes claim thee, the pulse throb t has ceased to July-Augus- t, THE SORROWING WOMEN TTT'EEPINQ Galilean women Mark the tomb which it hence-forwnr- ! his bed; Turn them homeward sorrrowing. For their Lord of Life is dead. Scoffers, have ye now no -' Seel that now the side is pierced Blood and water meet the spear. Tenderly they mix the perfumes Moistened with their tears of grief, Shame has touched the Lord of With the love which in his wanderings Qlory! Ministered to his relief. Shadows claim the Lord of Light!, iearf cho-meur- I ' per-fee- cold-storag- o d n must report at headquarters tomorrow at nine. Wo sail for France In three days. Will you marry mo?" "I don't mind," sho said. "Only I should like to make one condition." "And that Is?" "I have dreamed for yeurs of getting married; but not in this way. But I will murry you If when you return you will propose to me ull over again, and wo cuu go on a honeymoon and I can be courted and well, you know, I cm sure I" "All right," he said with a smile. "To be honest with you, dearest, I thought saves In tho end." I was going to escape all that but I see It's no use. I might havo known Puzzled the Doctor. better. Even a war llko this cannot "What Is tho trouble, doctor? Dont keep a woman from having her. own withhold a thing." "I cunnot find a way especially about a wedding." Mnglo symptom of disease. I'm sure there must be something wrong." Life, Quite Fundamental. Ho looked at his wrist watch. "Will you marry me?" he said. She blushed. "Thero Is really no time to lose. You sec, I have only 24 hours' notice. I says: "Thero Is only one way to keep tho will active, nnd that Is by exercising It. The will is like the muscles, for even the finest of nthletes soon gets out of condition unless he exercises. A mnn ought to do every dny something that he does not cure to do, Just for tho sake of exercising his will. That sort of exercise keeps It In condition ready for tho harder things of life when they occur, and, nbove all, prepared for emergencies that may spring up. The doctrine of preparedness Is much better understood now than it wus ut the beginning of last year. It Is as true for tho individual us the nation. It may cost a good deal of time und energy und money, but it Do Something You Dislike Each Day. A writer In the American Mngnzlno Pnpc Four. THE CITIZEN E. II. Wilson and family have COMMISSIONER'S SALE I moved tit Irvine nnd will make Iheir W. T. B. Williams & Sons, Plalntlfli home (here for the present. vs. Defendants Illevlns p. Allen, a former College Eli Baker, etc. I'nder nnd by virtue of a Judg graduate and Keren resident, is visment an order of salo entered In tho iting old friends in Heron. OF HF.RUA AND VICINITY, QATHliRKD FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES Dr. Preston Cornelius of Ahei-dee- n. above slylcd cnuso by tho Madison Mis- - relumed to Herea for n Clrclt Court nt Its February Term 11)18, the undersigned will on April few days this week. 1, 1918, sanio being county Court Day. Misses Helen Shannon. Myrtle Ha Houso for rent and somo lots for in front of the Court Houso Door in sale, Dr. S. R. Baker. Ad, ker, Kdnn Early, and Una flahhard Richmond, Kentucky, nt tho hour of week-en- d spent the with Miss Ruth II A. M., expose to public March 21, 1018. LOCAL PAGE NEWS We are Authorized by the Treasury Department To remind our friends who are required to make Income Tax returns that we are at your services to help you make out your returns properly. These returns are DUE BEFORE APRIL 1. It will be to your advantage to attend to this at once. Dean & Stafford REAL ESTATE Bank & Trut Bldg. Berea, Ky. Best Blacksmithing Scientific liorso shooing, flno iron work and repairs of all descriptions nt tho College Blacksmith Shop, Main Sired, north of The Citizen ad OOke. We SELL hats and sell them right, ad. Mrs. Laura Jones. Knrh week, one dozen hats special this season at Laura Jones' as an advertising feature. They will bo placed on a table together and will bo worth double the price put on them. These hats will bo an assorted lot, three of a kind. These are Grand Hargains. All new stylo Remember at hats. (Ad-3Laura Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Uazlowood were gladly surprised one night this week when thirty-liv- e of their friends and neighbors gathered at their home to hear the siring band composed of Messrs. Lewis, Hazlc-woo- d, Powell, and IVoy Hatfleld. The music was enjoyed by all. Early creations in beautiful spring millinery. A look at these inviting and bewitching creations will act as a strong reminder that spring is right around the corner. Fish's 8) Ad-3- 8 Prof. Dodge was confined to his homo with lagrippe for a few days tho ilrst of tho week. Dorral A. Flint is a Sergeant al New Bedford, Mass, and boss carpenter in tho Quartermaster's Department, using the trade he learned in Berea. Women of particular taste can always find the latest and most exclusive ideas in fashionablo inilli-no- ry Ad-3- 8 right here. Fish's Harlo Cake, last year's College student, was recently married t Miss Hazel Haislclt, of Mansfield, 0. Everett Slem, who was in Foundation School the fall term, was called homo by the death of his mother. A recent item in an Ashland paper announces his untimely death after a brief illness. No War Prices on hats at Laura Jones' store. All the latest styles in hats, shapes, fabrics, millinery supplies, at Laura Jones reasonable in price as last year or year (Ad-3before last. Cornel Mrs. Allen Bell, formerly Miss Anna Bell Bowman, and attractive daughter, Helen, of Knoxville, Tenn., were tho guests of Miss Mario Bow er, Thursday and Friday. About twenty couples from Berea motored to Richmond last Wednesday evening to hear and seo Bell's Hawaiian troop at tho Grand Opera house. It was very much enjoyed by all. 8) The Progress Club met nt the home of Mrs. English on Jncksou street last Thursday afternoon. Fish's Spring and Summer milli nery opening, Friday ijjiiI Saturday, March lit and 30. We cordially in- (Ad-H- D lte your inspection. E. II. Muticy and family have to Richmond where Mr. moved Muncy will open a furniture store. Mrs. Nannie Brannanuui returned Wednesday from Itrush Creek whero she visited her daughter, Mrs .lack Laswell. Don't forget Laura Jones' Millinery Opening this Friday and SatYou don't want to miss urday. this; her haU are beautiful. (Ad-3- 8 The Ladies Aid Society of the Christian Church met Tuesday afternoon at the homo of .Mrs. Hudspeth on Chestnut street. Mr. and Mrs. John Muncy and son, Paul, and daughter, Evelyn, spent Sunday in Richmond with t'. II. Muncy and family. Clever shapes and trimming effects in hats for Easier wear at (Ad-3- 9 Fish's. J.G. Turner of Iexington was tho guest of Miss Stella Johnson. Sun day. J. H. Jackson was home with his family over Sunday. A splendid lino of children's and Misses hats: plain black hats for children; also dress hats, any kind you want nt Laura Jones' stor- ealways reasonable in price. (Ad-3One dozen outing or garden hats special for one week at $1.00 while they last at Laura Jones' store. 8) llleknell at her home in ho country. Herbert Hays returns to Camp Shelby after a ten days visit with his parents. i. M. hariy was in town for a short I hue hist week. Mrs.' Martha Early win in Ml. Vernon Sunday to attend (he fu neral of Mrs. J. W. VaiiWinkle. Misses Lou nnd Irene Elliott wer in town lal week to seo their sister. Grace, who has been ill nt the Robinson Hospital. Mk Delia llolliday. n Berea Col lege graduate of the class of '17, spent a few days in Berea latweek with her sislers, Sue and Sarah. Secretary Vaughn has been in Frankfort the past few days on salo to the highest and best bidder, the follow lug described property, to mako the sum of $10(1)5, being tho debt In lerest and rot ordered to ho made. S'aid property is described as fol lows : A certain lot or parcel of land in the City of Berea, Ky and hounded as follows: Beginning nt a stake on tho West sido of Boono Street, corner to Charles Burdette, thence north with Boone Street 03 feet to a stnko corner to the Smith prop erty, thence "west wi(h Smith's line to n stako in Sally A. Davis' line, thenco south with her lino 03 feet to a corner to G. H. Burdette, thence with his line 117 feet to tho Said property will bo sold on a credit of six months, the purchaser being required to executo bond payablo to the commissioner bearing interest nt the rate of six per cent from day of sale until paid, with lien retained on land to secure the same. R. B. Terrill, Master Commissioner (.d-3i- n Madison Circuit Court TERMS. NOTICE TO TOMATO GROWERS Mrs. H. E. Taylor writes under date of the 17th that Mr. Taylor BEREA NATIONAL BANK was then three days out nt sea, bound for his work in France. Her address is Hartsville, Pcuna. Lieut. F. 0. Bowman is spending an unlimited furlough with home people on account of an injured nee he received, in training. His many Menus are glad to see him but sorry for his misfortune. A letter from Mrs. C. W. John ston, of Huntshurg, 0 states that Mr. Johnston has been a sufferer from a earbunrle on his neck for a number of weeks, and is just now able to walk about. After return ing from S. Dakota in December ho was in excellent ucallh, but litis sickness has retarded his progres to restored health. cTVIillinerjr OpeningFriday and Saturday, March 22-2- 3, - 1918 The Berea Canning Co. nre now placing contracts for Tomatoes io be delivered al their factory during (he season of 1018 nt 15c per bu. This is the (or $15.00 per lon maximum price llxed by the Government for the State of Kentucky. For further information call on q,r address E. T. Fish, Secy. Boron, Ky. (Ad-I- I" Mrs. Laura Jones Phone 124 GRADED SCHOOL EXHIBIT I Berea, Ky. FARM FOR SALE Mrs. Alico Cooke, who has been A well improved farm of 78 acres BAND CONCERT WENT OFF FINE spending a few days with relatives Another anniinl treat for Berea two miles north of Berea on tho at Wildie, lias returned home. has gone into history. The College Menelos Pike mid L. & N. R. It.. Dr. 8. R. Baker left Tuesday for Band, under the able directnrshin known ns the Frank Galloway home Mississippi. of 0. M. Canlleld. rendered an ex place. There is a good two story E. T. Fish spent Sunday in Paint while "Mother dwelling of eight rooms and nil cellent program Lick with relatives. O'Mino" was screened. If any crit necessary out buildings. Good orFrank Roy left Monday for Clevechard nnd never failing slock wa-- (Ad-3- 8) I.I.I. 1, 1,1 es That Are Right you wear our made - to -If clothes you never need to measure will After the regular service Sunday morning the ordinance of baptism will bo administered to all that will come prepared. All that desire Hi bo baptized are urged to be present. (Ad-3Brother Hudspeth will preach at I Floyd Kidd and Albert S'cruggs Speedwell Sunday afternoon at 3.00 were in Richmond Monday on busi o'clock, and on Monday lie will beness. ' OrW. 0. Brown, who is employed gin a series of nveetings near lando, in Rockcastle County. week-en- d with in Irvine, spent tho his family who live on Chestnut DENTIST BAKER'S OFFICE HOURS street. open every dny Laura Jones keeps a city trimmer My office will bo noon, and from to give you the latest styles in from 8 a. in. until i p. m. to 5 p. in. Will work on Suntrimming. Miss Mathingly of Lou day mornings to stop pain only. isville is with her this season. Doctor J. M. I.ogston, who grad(Ad-3- 8 uated from the same denial college John Dean was called to Ml. Collego of Jackson Sanitarium, Indianapolis, that I did, the Louisville sister, Martha. Dentistry, will work with mo as last week to see his long as I can get him to stay. Wo who is there for treatment. You T. B. Stevenson is having a num will soon have two chairs. will always llnd ono or tho other of ber of improvements made on his us in tho oillre, and both of us most house on Center street, which bo Log-slo- n bought from Noel Mitchell of the time. You can get Dr. recently over at Boone Tavern at (Ad nights. 9) land, O., where he will accept a position. Wanted: Salesman to sell our guaranteed Oils and paints. ExExtremely perience unnecessary. prolltable offer to right parly. THE GLEX REFINING COMPANY. (Ad-3Cleveland, Ohic. Mrs. Jennie Fish and daughter, Addie. returned Friday from Cin oiuuati. Mr. and Mrs. Haas left Saturday for Barbourville whero they will make their home. Fish's Millinery Opening, Friday and Saturday, March 20 and 30. 8) icism is due; it would be that the double program was too good for the average. Korea people have tho habit of filling the chape! each year on this occasion, which was in ev idence last night. The boys of the baud and their lender am to be commended for the class of music thoy gave and tho able manner in which it was rendered. CHRISTIAN CHURCH ter. Good sulphur well at the door. This is a bargain at $75.00 per acre. Terms to suit purchaser. Call on or address E. T. Fish, AgU Berea. Ky. 'Ail-ID ITEMS Friday's exhibition at the (traded School wa a pronounced success by all those who were in attendance. The Minuet given by the children trained by the Mesdamcs nnWinkle. and Shelton nttracU'd more attention than any other one thing on tho program. Tho ladies whose untiring efforts led to the success of the program, are to he commended. The addresses delivered by Prof. nnd Mrs. Dodge were decidedly pa triotic and were well received. Mrs. Dodge's presentation address may lie roiiiui in another column. Mayor flay who received tho beau tiful Hag for the school spoke in appropriate and lilting terms a. the beautiful emblem was present ed. Our Graded School this year has shown itself frequently, during the SALE FOR BEREA GRADED SCHOOL TAX sestion, that it is on tho way tc many successes under the princl-palsh- ip of I'rof. Dirney and wo ato congratulating ourselves that ho will be at tho head of ntrairs next year. TOR SALE 1 17-- Some Todder and Straw. (Ad-3- 8' W. A. Ogg, Phono 2. CRUSHED CORN FOR SALE Herea Collego Farm is offering crushed corn for sale at 92STt per hundred pounds. See jjupt, S. L. (Ad-3llalrd. 9) PAINTING CONTRACTS WANTED Satisfaction guaranteed. No Job too largo or too small. Our references are those for whom wo have done work. Let us hid on your work. Maker and Harris, Herea. Ky. (Ad-38) F. L. MOORE'S FISH'S Spring and Summer I, or somo one, for mo, will on Monday, April 1, 1018, being county court day, between tho hours of 10 a. m. and 2 p.m. in front of tho Firtt court houso in Richmond, Ky., sell tho following property to satisfy tho tax duo tho Herea Graded School of Fine Herea, Ky., for 1917: L. A. Watkins, Collector. MAIN ST. F. L. Droughon, Jewelry Store FOR Class Repairing AND Line of JeWelry BEREA, KY. Opening Friday and Saturday 1918 March 29-30, We cordially invite your Inspection worry about your appearance SEED CORN FOR SALE Calico Corn, Big White, and Ninety Day Large Yellow corn. All tested, W. T. Anderson, Berea, Ky. ad.-3- 7. Phone EGGS FOR SETTING 110-- 2 about the style being right up to the minute or the SEED CORN FOR SALE quality being of the very Fino seed corn for salo at $5.00 per bushel. C. C. Chrisman. Walnut best. Meadow, Berea, Ky. Phono 175-3. Barred Rocks, pure, OOo a setting. 80c by mail. ad.-3- 8. T. A. Edwards, Berea, Ky, Born Tailored to Your Order cloth cs are fashioned as you Born-tailore- 1 lot 5.83 M. WIDES 2.03 Durham & Alcorn, 1 lot Mary French, 1 lot 1.69 the General Dealer, gives notice that 1.09 Scrap iron and other Junk have adFerlin & Knuckles, 1 lot Mrs. Lena Ilolcombe, 1 lot.... 3.75 vanced in price. Wasted, M Cart or More I W. S. Johnson, 1 lot 7.50 Scrap Iron, Heavy Copper, Llakt II. M. Moore, 1 lot 3.75 Copper, Heavy Red Braia, Heavy TalI. H. Pitts, 1 lot 8.10 low Brasi, Light Braaa lino, Lead, 3.41 Beef Uidei, Hone Hidee, Foay ami T. V. Hitter, 1 lot Colt Hides, No. 1 Sheep Skint, Raft, Mrs. E. M. Spence, 1 lot 5.11 No. 1 Rubber, No. 3 Rubber, late. 5.55 Casings. W. J. Simpson, 1 lot 0.88 Also buy eggs and poultry at highJ. L. Williams, 1 lot est market J. W. Baker, 1 lot 3.2 selling. Am prices. Call roe keforek paying more say Lou Bob on, 1 lot 3.00 one else la town. If you than 4e-eaa't 1 lot Hardin Golden, 7.57 liver, I wll oall for your goods, od.-39 r . sea a aer luaiMOHS). KY. J d 9 We get the latest weaves and patterns just TWO JACKS FOR SALE Two good Jacks, llirco and flvo as soon as the mills can hands high old, 11 deliver them and we yearsinformation and 15 M. D. Settlo, phono For know just how to give Big Hill, or write mo at Big Hill. J. M. Haloy. i. you that stylish, dressy appearance that others ad.-3- ad.-3- dictate, of goods ing to your taste pleas- they are tailored to fit you perfectly, and to serve you satisfactorily: Tlicy urc in truth "tailniul ored to your ortbr" lite lric.2 id no l.iorc than you expect to iuy for good clothes. (fcitfenf Born envy. WOOD WANTED New Spring Models in Coats, Suits, Dresses, Skirts, Blouses are now on display at very reasonable prices. Whether you want clothes for business or for dress, you will make no mistake In placing your order with us. Scale's Tailoring Shop Short Street Phone 145; residence 41 The College Treasurer is now ready to make wood contracts for summer delivery. Tho wood should bo cut not later than May 1st, and delivered between July 1st and October 1st. Tho nrico for sound hard wood, well split and ricked, is $3.00 per cord. (persons wishing a contract should apply at tho Treasurer's ofllco at fid, once. Catr) Kentucky B. E. BELUE COMPANY Richmond - J. M. COYLE & CO. Berea Kentucky $100 in Education Equals $1,000 in Land. M lire 21, IDIK. THE CITIZEN Pago Five. BEREA BUSINESS MEN BANQUET FARM MACHINERY NOT REALLY HI0H PRICED FARMERS Never was there n time When the One of the most uiilitio stunts Ajfamily Newipaper for oil tliM U right, pulled off by Hip business molt of of tho Nation turned so comtrue, anil interfiling pletely townrd the fnrmor. .Not only Berea, in its history, was the ruM!ihl rerr Thurl)r t Urn. Ky. of tho farmers of llio'r must our people bo fed at home, but terrilorj at Howie Tavern Saturday our soldiers at home and nliroad, BEREA PUBLISHING cu. The Citizen ees 500 DUMB BRUTES ARE SMART PEOPLE BUY DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS FROM ban-(iipi- ng (Incorporaivft) WM. C, FKOST, C, II. WFJtTr.Nnr.RGFR, M.n.tlnt Editor Subscription Rates Thm, Monlhi On Rlx Month Yr PAYAllI.ti IN ADVANCK Il.m 60 SS Fend money r PrntHieW or f?innaa Mnnv OnW. I)rf t, or on ami two cent tUunpt. Th dM after your name on Ul I thowa to wnamata your inscription l ail. If it Ii not chansnl within three weeka after renewal notify ua. Mining numliera will tie. irla.Hr auplliil If we are notified. Lltieral trrma given to an whoohuln new aul acriptlnni for ua. Any one lending ui four yearly utcrltlona ran rerelre The Cillien free for one year. Ailvertiilnff ratea on application. II is reported from Germany thai wood is being largely used in plnco of celluloid, ivory, mill other sub stances for Ilic manufacture of flniubs. Excellent loilt't comb nro made' from thinly hecohwood. Only tin; rut birch and typo of Libin now being built, it having been thought best in" view of developments abroad tit concentrate on the engine instpitil of Hip eight cylinder. erty motor for airplanes d. nnd Michigan Daughters of the Itpvolntion arn establishing "mending rooms" in cantonments. These departments nre oiiened for hospitals, where InmdrPils of garments arn mended each week. 'I'Iip Massachusetts Hip chapters of Navy base hospital with a capacity of fiOO beds has reached tho war .chip. It will take earn of .Navy personnel, tint ashore and aJloat, and if accommodations exist will nlso he available for Army and allied sick and wounded. A Al tho last meeting of the National Educational Association a program was proposed to better rural schools nnd asking Federal aid to the extent of SI 1(1.000.000. The plan would be carried out in ten ypars, one-tenof tho money being spent each year, tho Government to with tlio Slates nnd coun-tic- s. th ten, covering over 1,500,000 persons in tho miliary and naval services Tlu! average amount of insurant'" applied for is nearly 50.000. TIip maximum permitted is SIO.OOO. and the minimum $1,000. Final figures show the United Stales Army, both here and abroad, is well over 00 per cent insured. In many camps 99 per cent of tho personnel is protected by Govern-me- nt insurance. Tho insurance now on tho books of Hip burpaii is morn than three times as great as th'! ordinary insurance held by tho largest commercial company in tho world. All new persons joining Iho serv-ic- n may apply for insurance within 120 days after Joining the colors. Automatic insurance ceased for nil moii. regardless of enlistment date, "on MORE THAN 90 PER CENT OF UNITED STATES TROOPS NOW CARRY INSURANCE Morn than ? 1.000.000.000 of war-ris- k insurance has sj far been writ1 February 12. night. with the millions of our Allies, County Agent Sponro gels tlio must be sustained by the Increased hlniiio ns instigator of tho whole af- efforts of our farmers. A despondfair, while thirty-eig- ht of Ills farm- ent view Is taken by mnny, founded er friends sat down with forty bus- on I ho fact that so many thou iness men nnd enjoyed n richly pre- sands of soldiers have been called from tin! farm that all branches of pared feasl. Among tho lsllors from otlior farming will thereby bo crippled. places who enjoyed I he feast woro While admitting the force of the Messrs. .1. II. Martin, A. S. Chapln, situation thus forced upon us, we lion. .1. W Newman and Prof. Ilon-ort- s, know (hat the farmers remaining all of Lexington, II. G. Pierce, al homo are cnpnble of producing more farm prodof Philadelphia, and T. 11. Collins, al. least ucts than they have been producof Hiclimwid. The menu consisted of vegetable ing heretofore, and from n somesoup, wafers, chicken, gravy, initsli-- ol what extended observation and Inpotatoes, baked beans, deviled quiry I am fully satislled that the eggs, cabbage salad, jam, pickles, greatest effort of their lives will bo rolls, corn bread, ico cream, cake, put forth this season, and this effort minis, cigars, accompanied by ex- will fully compensate for (ho short cellent string music furnished by age in fai nt hntlds. More maclllll- cry will be introduced, which will students of the college. the productive A morn Jolly and congenial lot or not only increase men would bo hard to Hud any- power to cultivate ns many acres as where in Kentucky. It characteri- heretofore, but will increase the zed tho Inio relationship of busi- ipinntily per acre by better method ness men and farmers as should of cultivation We henr the complaint Hint ma- exist everywhere over our land. Just as they sal shoulder to slwul-d- chinery ha so ndvnneed in price that al the banquet so they should farmers cannot afford to buy, bul work together in their daily pur- this is n sad mistake. No implement has advanced in price in tho last suits. Prof, l'haleu, in addition to the three years In proportion to' the string orchestra, renderpd two vo- price of cotton. From December I. cal solos in a masterful fashion re- 1015, lo December I, 1917, Tennes- see cotton advanced from II J cents ceiving henrty applnuso. r, per pound to 27.1. almost ISO per J. V. Welch presided ns to wliose cnlls the toasters cent,; while I know of no linul- i-' responded nnd toasted tho toasted. menl that has advanced equal to The following gentlemen spoke on 80 per cent. So, taking cotton as subjects both timely and appropri- the standard, implements are now ate for the occasion. Mr. Chaptn. cheaper than, I might say, at any, in Hie Inst leu years. With of the State University, gave some prices for evpry pxcpIIpiiI things on "the hen," his unprecedented specialty. Ho emphasized the adop product of the farm, surely will our tion of tno II. I. Hods for this sec- -; farmers meet the situation with tlio next November that more tioti. and in his characteristic way of cotton, more barrels of corn ended his talk with n poem ded11 icated to his friends. Dr. I'ierce. and nu.re bales of bay. as we as gave some all other farm products, have been of the Hureau of Poultry, valuable advice along his lino cor- produced than during any year in J- - E- - H. roborating in several instances the Ihe past Agriculturist f ii Southern rpumrks made by Mr. Chapln. Hon. I .1 W. Newman gave some excellent food stuffs for mnnn MPN advice on producing DJv, IN v.rVnJ the Allies and the importance of SECTION each farmer doing a litllo morothan his share in order to win the war. Qualilled men registered under I Profs. Martin. Troll, and Roberts the selective-servic- e law may be followed with short talks seasoned into service to 1111 tho call with humor. Pror. Win. Jesse Baird for 10.000 skilled mechanics needed Sife- -, l after driving his "War Horse" story by the Aviation Section ,.r in behalf of the speakers who pre nal Conn, by applying to their local. ceded practically failed to remem- bonrds. Men not registered may ber the "third word" in order to enlist at recruiting stations. Close his own speech. His advico Tho present call is particularly was both good and timely speaking for machinists, auto mechanics, enfront nit intermediate point of view gine repairmen, gunsmiths, chnuf- between fanner and business man. fours, carpenters, hlachsmiths, tin- -, Mr. Collins gitve practical sugges- smiths, cabinetmakers, electricians., workers, tions relative to securing seed corn coppersmiths, slieet-met- al for the fanners which were adop- propeller makers, wireless opera ted; Mr. Welch agreeing to furnish tors nnd constructors, tailors, tent- seed corn at cost plus carriage. makers, sailiuakcrs, truck masters,' County Agent Spenco closed the vulcanizers, welders, and experts j urogram with a few words of ap on magnetos, ignition systems, cam-- 1 preciation and gratitude that his' eras, watches, and clocks. i dream or years gone was being reMen will bo sent to San Antonio alized. bv trades.' Ti.v!w for r,.n. ....... i i... i.,.!..r n,mrn nf in- -' . ,n minium i,,, struct ion at Hying Holds . or facto .1 A Canadian order in council prosquadfreo admission into rifts, then organized into overseas. vides for the rons mostly for service Canada of meat cattlo until Februinformation may bo seary ",1010, when imported by bona Additional application lo tho Air under regu- cured by tlda residents of Canada Department. Division, Personnel lations by Dm minister of customs. Washington, D. C. Cattle, except for breeding purposos. are ordinarily dutiable nt 32Vj per HAS' BULLET SMALL -- CALIBER cent. one-tenth cr toast-masteARMOR-PIERCING, OWEN McKEE THERE IS A REASON RICHMOND KENTUCKY ORDNANCE BASE COSTING BEREA GRADED SCHOOL RECIPI- POISONED Soldiers Guarding Stock Yards $25,000,000 TOR rORCES IN FRANCE ENT OF BEAUTIFUL FLAG (CoMlimed tram P(je one) As Federal Officials Carry An ordnance base Hint will com nil."' He won Is it any wonder approximately $2.r,0()n,0XJ Is under On Investigation is called "Honest Abo?" construction In France. It will in- that he ! Ten Thouiand Men, Women and Children Participate in Remarkable Demonstration of Patriotic Proteat Arjainit Propaganda. Wriitern NeWHii.iper Union Newa Service, Covington. Ky. Five hundred of tho 700 horses bound for army service In France woro dead In Covington and others showed signs of distress. A ' theory was advanced as to tho method used In what Is declared to bo a a,orn)n" u'0 P,lot l, of dcadly tropIcn, JIgea80 ernif and not dylng ot a poaon takcn food or water. Exports Investigating the death 0f the hundreds of army horses be-lleved Saturday that the symptomt pointed to this tropical disease. Tho only way tho horses could have con- dieted tho disease, the experts say, Is COMMISSIONER'S SALE by Inoculation. It this Is true. th. Plaintiff plot must have been carried whllo the J. Smith Clarke, vs. tQ CovIngton Defendants en E. E. VVyatt, &c, from Camp arant( RocWford( route t0 nn Atiantlc port, As directed by a judgment and are 'lp J? 'fJfni,0,,?" ir clude n plant equipped t.) ri'llne more than- - 800 guns n earring-month; n rerepair plant; a motor-vehic- le pair plant capable of more than 1,200 vehicles a month; a small-arrepair plant to handle 5K.000 rifles and machine guns a month; a largo shop for tho repair of horse and infantry equipment; n reloading plant capable of reloading about 100,000 artillery cartridges 11 day. The ordnance base will include 20 large storehouses, 12 shop buildings, 100 smaller shops and magazines, nnd nmchino and tool equipApproximent costing 5,000,000. mately 150 officers and 10,000 men will lie required for maintenance. gun-repalarge-capacity ) over-hauling One of the favorite pictures of Lincoln represents him in his youth. slretcbed on the floor, full length herore the fireplace, reading. Underneath I lie picture are these words, "I'll study to bo ready nnd maybe tho chance will come." Following his eventful career from his childhood until the ruthless assassin ended his life, at tho age of llfty- si.v. we find that he was ready for every emergency. So pure and ex emplary had his lifo been that those who knew him best felt that he was ready lo enter the kingdom of heaven and to meet his God face to face. One of our Kentucky poets has written a beautiful tribute to his memory. ton stockyards while Federal officials action al the February term, continued their Investigations. Tho 1PI7, of the Madison Circuit Court horses dead so far are valued at about and by supplemental judgment and 65.0O0. C. S. Weakley, of the Depart-repoment ot Justice, Is leading the invest!-bale- s order of sale entered at the February, 1018, term of said Court, the Government age nt.. a"on Chemists worked all night on their undersigned will on thug far haya ,nvegtIgtttIon)j but Saturday, April 6th, 1919, reached no definite decision as to what at or about 2 o'clock p. in., to make g caugnf; the death of the horses. or 1,110.00, sell to the highDr. Ulume, chief food Inspector of Cln- - Hie sum clnnat!,who has taken charge of the est and best bidder, on the premise bacteriological phase ot the cue, re-- of the Chestnut Street residence 'UBe(l to make any statement until he property hereinafter described, the received a report from the chem-FO- undivided interests of K. E. Wyatt, ,gtg The horgeg were , 39 carg W. W. Wyatt and Altha E. Wyatt, from camp Grant, Itockford, 111. They and Louisa J. Wyatt (Mrs. T. P. reached Covington and were to be Wyatt1, in tlio following described transferred to the C. & O. for near Keren, Madment to an Atlantic port. The horsea lots of land in and ison County, Ky.: unloaded, fed and watered. They s con- were reported to be In t. A lot fronting GO feet on ChestUnder tho leadership of Abraham Rockford. and nut street, on which is located Lincoln tho comrades of the Civil the way they attacked their food on the present residence of Mrs. T. War have bequeathed to us the flag tholr arrival at Covington indicated P. Wyatt, running back I GO feet. that is known and honored through they were still healthy on arrival that rl ship-inductfirst-clas- Soldiers were guarding the Coving-lim- e order of sale entered in the above-styl- ed "In old Kentucky where tho grass grows green, An old log cabin may yet lie seen. It sheltered n life that fate bad decreed Should coino to the call of tho country's need. By the light of the fire in tbp twilight hour Tho lad wove his dreams asking God for power. His soul longed for wisdom ami drank in rich lore Till his mind was filled with a wondrous store. God called for a man when the brav. est might shrink, The good .ship ojf state seemed ready lo sink. God gimlcd tho pilot who stood at Hie wheel, With eyes on the future and heart truo as steel. The Union we love is a monument grand To Abraham Lincoln! Long, lon-- j may it stand!" Help Paint Eastern Kentucky Red! We will distribute 1 000 R. I. Red Eggs Saturday, March 23 and continue every day through the hatching season to all who wish them for hatching purposes at $1.15 per setting (fifteen eggs), to be paid for in cash or next October without interest. These eggs come from inspected Hocks and are graded. You will help win the war by painting our country red. Berea Bank & Trust Co. lerea Kentucky there. Lieut. Frank LUlle is in charge of the shipment. He expressed the opln Ion that the horses ha. been poisoned either by having some drug placed in thelr food or drinking water after their arrival at Covington. Dr. Dlume and his assistants, Drs. A. W. Zlebold and C. K. Johnson, went rn,n,nn and in. Bpectod all the horses there. They oxpressed the belief that anthrax had not caused the deaths. The blood ot some of the dead horses was brought to Cincinnati and guinea pigs were inoculated with it. Dr, Dlume said that If the deaths were caused by pot- son the guinea pigs will live, but it by disease, they will die. He said that several days will elapse before the exact nature ot the poison or disease can be determined. Ten thousand men, women and chll dren ot Covington, Ky., participated in a remarkable demonstration of patriotic protest against propaganda in Covington as exempliTRACING, fied by the murder by poisoning oi AND INCENDIARY ACTION 600 Government artillery horses inTho present war lias brought! tended for service in France. Ten forth a new kind Of ammunition thousand others were unable to get for airplane uso in the form of! near the field outside the stockades ol special cartridges containing luil- - the Covington stock yards Sixteenth the I"880" whferel? tracing. I lets Tor nrmr-pierein- g. and r carcasses of hundreds anil incendiary purposes. All i,tho BteBd- dlmlntahtoB number ol these cartridges are of tho small ' urvlvor9 ot the poi80n plot. Ken-riflcalibers, according to & stato- - tucVy farmers and stock raisers from menl authorized by tho War De- - Alexandria, Independence, Williams-partpul- . of an town, and even as far as Lexington, Tho thrco-tentinch diameter and short length of mingled with the crowd, their counts-thbullet loft litllo space for the'lnances dark with thoughts of ven. as thoy beheld the work ol or fories-ncarmor-piercielement tracer and incendiary composition.; Oorman agents. but such conU.inatio.is have been New 8ehooll For Xralnlng 0tfic8P,. ma"0, .i Washington. Plans are understooi .. Tho bullets developed by tho UiU- (0 be under consderation by tho Wax led Stntes Ordnanco Department Department for the establishment ol have been tested on land and from three now training schools for reserra airplanes to seo if there is any dif- -, officers One of these schools, it ii ferenro in their performance when 'Uted, may bo located at Ft niloy, llred from 11 quickly moving air-- 1 Kn.. and one at Ft, Leavenworth, third site suggested is not a piano in the upper atuwsphero nnd ifr Each school, according to th. on and. These tests when llred under consideration, will , oi,.i,a indicate hat the United to a BpecuU branoh ot the -, ueveiopeu a ciass 01 siieuiui (i6rTite. One will turn out artillery ridges with a performance fully officers, one cavalry and ono Infantry. equal to or surpassing thai attained Kidnaping of Young Boy Faarad. abroad. Kendallvllle, Ind. Profound mys tery surrounds the absence of Francis, Talklngi. cf Mr. and Elghteeu miles Is suld to be the t Mrs. T. W. Shaffer, ot thl-- city, who longest distance on record at which suddenly disappeared from his home, n uiun's voice has been heard. This City authorities are baffled after an search, whloh continued and occurred lu the (irund Canyon of the Colorado, where one man, shouting the brought no clue. A creek near the name "lioti" ut oue end, wus plulnly Shaffer home, in which it was thought lieurd ut the other end, which is IH the child might havoxbeen drowned, miles owny. It Is recorded that ut Olb. was dragged for over a mile, with no raltur the huiuuu voice has been heard results. Bloodhounds also were used, ut u dlstuuce of ten miles. it Is feared the child was kidnaped by gypsies and la being held for ransom .to-war- ds " v U- e vacant lot, adjoining No. 1 above, fronting GO feet on Chestnut street, and running back 208 feet to an alley. X A lot on the West side of Hanson street. S8 feet by GO feet, conveyed to T. P. Wyalt by S. G. Hanson, &c by deed recorded in D. 11. 73, page G. i. A lot, with house, fronting 50 feet on the East side of Boone street, running back 188 feet to corner of W. L. Harrison lot, conveyed to T. P. Wyatt by J. K. Haker, by deed recorded in D. L'. 72. page 51G. 5. A tract of land in the west end of Herea, containing about an acre and a quarter, next lo tho lines of Wright Kelly, James l'olly and S. Winkler, tho same conveyed to T. P. Wyatt by H. I. Creech by deed recorded in D. B. 73, page 8. G. A tract of land in the west end of Berea. beginning nt a stone m tho middle of the road at uorlh-ea- st corner of Stephen Willis lot and running witli tho middlo of the road 101 feet, and being the sajno land conveyed lo T. P. Wyatt by fi. E. Clift, Ac, by deed recorded in D. B. 73, page 5. 2. A out tho earth, and bears the senti ment so dear to every truo Amer"Liberty and union, ican heart now and forever, one and inseparable." Tho Woman's Hclief Corps was organized not only lo help needy vet erans and their dependent ones, but to teach patriotism to the children of our community, and that is why I am hero to present this beautiful Flag, with its thirteen stripes and forty-eigstars, to tho Public School of Berea. At this crucial time in the history of our nation, involved as we are in this awful world war, there never was greater need of patriotic teaching. Wo want the boys and girls of this school to love, honor and reverence, the Flag that has been purchased by tho blood of our forefathers, and by tho. blood that to make our is being shed nation and the nations of the world lit for democracy. ht to-d- ay hs e ng e lhZoiei Long-Dlttanc- e all-nig- And now, Mayor Gay, it is my happy privilege, in tho name of tho .National Woman's Relief Corps, lo place in your hands as representative of our town, this precious emblem, of purity, justico and liberty. It is a joy to entrust "Old Glory" to you, because from childhood lo manhood, you havo led a pure clean Terms. The undivided remainder life, and I feel that tho Flag wo all interests of E. E. Wyatt, W. W. love is being placed in clean pure Wyatt and Allha E. Wyatt (which bands. remainder less ?500.oo is one-ha- lf going to Lucia Wyatt) in said six "Lead, glorious Flag, encircled by our love, lend tbon us on tracts of land, or so much thnreo? as may bo necessary to make said Tho skies grow dark, and stars ba hid above, lead thou us on. sum of S4.ilO.on, will be offered ; if said interests do not bring Keep thou our hearts, our footsteps first guard and guide, said sum the life interest of Mrs. 'I'. P. Wyalt in said six tracts, or so lu pence witli thee may all earth's Flags abide. much as is necessary to bring tlio proceeds tip lo said sum of 1,110.00, For thy red stripes heart's blood will be offered; if the. interest of huth poured like rain. Yet lead Mrs. T. P. Wyatt in less than all us on the six tracts does not bring tho A million men for thy bright stars proceeds up to said sum. her interwero slain, yet lead us on. ests after being offered In said Lead now to peace, for brighter tracts separately will then bo ofliidit nonpars. fered as u whole, selling tho way Lead, glorious Flag, thru all tho money. that brings the most coming years. Payments. Equal credits of six and twelve months, tho purchaser WORLD NEWS or purchasers to executo bonds with approved security, bearing six per (Continued from Figa One) cent interest from day of sale, and gard to tho purpose, of Germany, secured by liens retained on tho and a feeling is growing that no property sold. Bidders must ar drive is to be made. Tho allies range in advunco to executo bonus consider themselves superior in us soon us tho salo is concluded. number and are beginning lo talk It. B. Terrill. Master Commissioner. of an offensive movement if nothing (Ad-1- 0) happens soon. You Can Go To School This Spring If You Think You can Pngc Six. THK CITIZEN March 21, 1914. MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Kobcrt F. Spcncc, Farm Demonstrator and Special Investigator SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG 1st Door Training that adds to your general education, Science, Dressmaklag, Nursing, Stenography and Typewriting. FOR TODlfO ing, Commerce and Telegraphy. rOR YOUNQ LADIES Homo MEN-Agrioultur. HOME DEPARTMENT Conducted by Miss Margaret Dizncy, Director of Home Science mOM THE UNITED STATES FOOD BE SAVINO TO THE ADMINISTRATION WOMEN Or AMERICA Kelp your country; help tho hun- Or The Old and the New want to call ford to misc. If jou enjoy laughing, come an tlio attention of my fanner friend As County Agent I PEOPLE THE FATS ' FRECI0U3 ' to the play which cornea off Saturday night, at 7:00 o'clock, March 23, in llerea College Tabernacle. Tills play is worth going ten miles to see. It's the llrst time in I he Stato of Kentucky that such has been staged, llerea has the honor of being llrst to put this play before I have tlio people of Kentucky. seen this play and do not hesitate, to recommend it not only rccom-Icn- d. It's a privilege you can't af laugh. If you enjoy seeing, como'nndsee If you enjoy hearing, come nm hear. If you enjoy thinking, come and think. If you belicvo in (lie old way oi farming, come. If you believe in the new way o farming, come. It's for everybody and Free to all ! armors, meet me there I Berea's Vocational Schools money-araln- power, combined with Carpentry, Bricklaying, Print- Cooking, 2nd Door Berea's Foundation School CAST OF CHARACTERS General Education for those mat far advanced, combined with some vocatioaai training. No matter what your present advancement, we can put you with others like yourself and give chance for most rapid progress. II. Paul McKlroy Henry Wilson, farmer of old typo Margaret Dlznoy Sarah Wilson, wife of Henry Wilson Jack, son of Henry Wilson Benton Fielder Betty, daughter of Henny Wilson Constance Manchester Silas Watson, who loans money Maxwell Morgan Oertio Bowers, teacher of the district school Stella Case Donald Brooks, son of a neighbor to the Wilsons, who loves Betty Simon Money Sam Snipes, the Wilson's hired hand Francis 0. Clark Myrtle Slarns Abagail Jones, who sees vilcness in all men Myrtle Berg Truletta, Lho colored girl who helps out Rastus Washington Abraham Lincoln Woodrow Wilson, Win. Jesse Baird colored hostler of Silas Watson Will Jefferson, a city youth with good clothes... Robert Spcncc Washington Johnson Prison Guard PROGRAM 3rd Door Berea's English Academy Course For those who are not expecting to teach and who are not goiag thru College md desiro moro general education. It also gives the best general education for thoso who wisli 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 teach. 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 oa in their course of study. Read Dinsmoro's great book, "How to Teach a District School.' gry women nnd children across tho sea. Wake lo the need of your efforts to save the food which is so mighty a factor in lho war! A little thought and n little al and you havo proved your patriotism. You havo helped lo gladden lho heart of somo woman in lho foreign laud whoso child is pinched nnd wnn from hunger. When a general determines on a great victory he does not. ask his army to go out individually and kill a few of lho enemy from timo to timi lie masses his army and plans his campaign. That is what the United Slates Food Administration has done. Have you enrolled as n soldier? In other words, haVo you signed the pledgo can! of (he United Slnle-- j Food Administration? Do your part. Sign at once. Keep your pledge. Food will win tlio wnr. self-deni- Fats am among tlio most precious things in this wnr. Germany is nearer breaking for want af fats than for any other ono thing. Fnls supply energy. When people go hungry they draw on tho fats in their bodies. When thnt is gone, they are an easy proy lo disease. Without fats people weaken and vnto away. Our armies use fat by shiploads. Savn falsi Do pot limit your sup-pilof milk, butler nnd choose; consume nil, hut don't wasto any. Cense deep fat frying in lard. Uso rollonseed or corn oil compound. I'eanut oil is perhaps tho most nnd may be used wherever lard would be used. Uso drippings. Trim your own meal and melt the fat, Waslo no soap, savo tlio soap scraps. Soap is niado of fata. I'aW that Cannot be used for cooking ihoulil be saved and mado into soft soap. Easter Lillies 5th Door This is the Berea's Preparatory Academy Course straight road to Collego best training in Mathematics, Science, Languages, History and all preparatory subjects. Tbo Academy is now Berea's largest department Music Borea College Orchestra 6th Door A Berea College Act I Tbo scene is laid in the country home of Henry Wilson, a farmer of the old type. Jack and Betty, his son and daughtor, remonstrate against his lack of progress and insist upon education as the basis of true scientific. farming. Incensed at their father's determination to buy more land instead of improving what they have, Jack and Betty leavo home. Music Bcrea College Orchestra Act II Tho sccno is laid in tlio city homo of Bclty, now the wife of Donald Brooks. Jack has just completed a course in tho Agricultural Collego and Gertie Bowers, with whom ho is in love, comes to attend his commencement. Mrs. Wilson, with her neighbor, Abagail Jones, nrrives unexpectedly and insists that tho young folks return to the farm where they will be given a chanco to put into practice their knowledge of scientific farming. Musio This is the crown of the whole institution, and provides stanaaru courses in all advanced subjects. Temporary Raise in Board is forced by war conditions. To the regular prico of board as advertised in tho catalog will be added this year, for young ladies, ten cents a week, and for young men, twenty cents. This adds $3.60 to the year's expenses for girls, and 97.20 for boys but still leaves tho 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 term, board by the half term. WINTER TERM Expenses for Boys VOCATIONAL AND SCHOOLS FOUNDATION ACAIIICMY Incidental Fee Room $ 5.00 COO AMI NORMAL S 0.00 COLLKOE f 7.20 10J20 7.00 7.20 10.20 I Borea Collego Orchestra Act III - The scene is laid in tlio now modern and country homo of Henry Wilson. Under the management of Jack and Donald, the farm has prospered and Henry and Silas have becomo convinced that scientific farming is practical. The play ends with tho announcement of tho engagements of Jack and Gertio, Sam and Abagail, Rastus and Truletta. FARMERS MEETING MINUTES CINCINNATI MARKETS. Flour, Hay and Grain. 10.20 Board, 0 weeks Amount due Jan. 2, 1918 .... 21.20 Board 6 weeks, duo Feb. 13... 10.20 '31.40 Total for Term Expenses for Girls $ 5.u0 Incidental Feo 23.40 10.20 24.40 10.20 33j60 4 d.Ul '3440 s liAi Room 7.3 9.0( 9. .C0 Board, 6 weeks 23 0 22.80 Amount duo Jan. 2, 1918.... 20.00 9.60 9.60 9.60 Board 0 weeks, duo Feb. I?... 32.10 33.40 30.20 Total for Term This does not include the dollar deposit nor money for nooks or 0.00 7.2 To . Ono of the most interesting and enthusiastic meetings of the local farmers of Berea took place in the Vocational Chapel Saturday afternoon. An attendance of more than 200 was a splendid showing that tho farmers arc really getting down to business for this year. They are realizing more than ever that they havo a very largo part to perform in securing world democracy preserving our freedom. 94Hc. No. 2 mixed No. 3 mixed 91 92c. Butter, Eggs and Poultry. and Butter Whole milk creamery extras 50 c, centralized creamery extras 48c, Flour Winter patent I10.80ll.15, bard patent 1111.25; rye flour, Northwestern blended fll.50Oll.75. Hay No. 1 timothy $33.7534.25, No. 2 $33.25 33.75, No. 1 clover mixed 3131.50, No. 2 $30.5031, No. 1 clover 26.50 27.50. Corn Quotations are: White ear, 65c1.30, yellow ear 65c6'1.30, mixed ear 65c$1.20. Oata No. 2 white 95&c09Gc, standard white 95&95V&C, No. 3 white 93Va laundry. Special Expenstt in Addition to Incidental Fee Business Winttr Fall Sfring Stenography and Typewriting 110.00 914X0 112X0 Bookkeeping (brief course) 14X0 12X0 10.00 Bookkeeping (regular courso) 7.00 5.M 0.00 Business eourse for students Awaken, Earth! Spring Is Here a other departments: Stenography 10.50 7.50 9X0 Typewriting, with one hour's use of instrument 6.00 7X0 0X0 Com. Law, Com, Geog, Com. Arith., or Penmanship, each .. 2.10 1X0 1.50 In no rase will special Business Fees exceed 915.00 per term. young man or young woman caa get an education Any at Berea if there is the will to do so. If it Is impossiblo for any young man or young woman to bo n school tho full year, by all means they should enter for" a courso dur ing tlio winter nnd spring terms. Tlio public schools will closo about Christmas and tho teachers and advanced pupils should not bo idlo through tho long winter months but should bo studying in Bcrea where tho best education can bo gotten for least money. able-bodi- 92&93c, live iim llioiiKii "5uo eXpocleaTo ItvTS forever that Is n great thing. Morality, ns the product of tho feur of eternal life, Is rather n poor affair. To be driven Into vlrtuo through fear of punishment, or bribed Into It through hopv of reward that Is a miserable thing. It Is not forgotten that St. Paul, In his wonderful letter to the which Is part of the burial service, said: "If after tho manner of men I have fought wltn beasts at Kphi'Htis, what advniitugctli It me, If the (lend rise not 7 Let us eat and drink, for tomorrow we die." Hut with tho bo ne tit of nineteen centuries of Chris-ti'ilife, a modern prophet and apostle puts the ruse thus: Corln-thlnnn County Agent Spcnco staled the purposo of the meeting; followed by Prof. Geo. Roberts, of tho Stall University, who spoke on tho War and its relation to us. Most earnestly did ho show how wo as farmers aro connected with this world war and how wo may do our part most effectively. An earnest plea on tho Seed Corn situation was presented by District Agent Collins, of Richmond. We were made to realize more fully just how serious is tho situation wo aro facing. Ho gavo us the plans adopted by tho government for securing seed corn with many good suggestions which aro wortli our serious consideration. Prof. Baird gave valu-ab- lo instructions on testing seed corn and advised emphatically the imporlanco of making such test. Tlio freo servico of his department was offered tlio farmers and even urged to lake advantago of this privilege. Mr. Newman in his l earnost and forcoful manner gavo us excellent matter to think over as business men and farmers. Wo aro all business men in truth but wo havo not had tho proper relations (hut should exist between us-'ua- firsts 45a Eggs Prime firsts 34c, firsts 33c, ordinary firsts 32c, seconds 31c. Live Poultry Sale of fowls and pullets Is prohibited by authority of Food Administrator Hoover from Fobruary 11 to May 1. Broilers, under 2 lbs, 35c; fryers, 2 lbs and over, 30c. Live Stock. Lotit fed on boundlens hoprs, O race ot man. Ilov unisrlly thou spurns'! all simpler fur' "Cr"iit." wwii- on my, "wae human as nr No Judge eyea ua from heaven our aia to scan; "We lire no more, when we have done our iDin." "Well, then, for Chrlat," thou anawereaL "who can rare? From aln, which hraven records not. why forbear? Live we like brutea our Uvea without a plan I" So anawereat thou; but why not rather ay: "Hath man no second llfeT Pitch thla one high I Bits there no Judce in hraven our aln to Cattle Shippers $10013; butcher steers, extra iio.5O0in.v5, good to choice 100 10.50. common to fair J7 09.50; heifers, extra $11012, good to choice $9.75010.75, common to fair $7 09.50; cows, oxtra $910, good to Applicants must bring or send a testimonial showing that they art choice $8.509, common to fair $6.75 8; canners $G6.75; stockers and above 15 years old, in good health and of good character. This may bi feeders $7010.50. signed by some former Berea student in good standing or some reliabli Hogs Selected heavy shippers $18.35, good to choice packers and teacher or neighbor. The use of tobacco is strictly forbidden. butchers $18.35, medium and mixed For information or friendly advice writo to the Secretary, $18.35, stags $10013, common to choice heavy fat sows $10010.25, light MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Ky. shippers $18018.35. Sheep Extra $11.60012, good to cholco $10.50011.50, common to fair $6,500)10. And with spotless lilies and Immaculate linen, the little children spread the glad tidings. "Easterl" aee? FESTIVAL OF LIFE tig, Mr. I.. Nowman expressed II.. uuiiiiiiiiMjiitiii As BrVr William Sees It. You never know when you Is hnjipy till you Is cl'ar out cr liuppy lun', un' May wo not all look forward to den you uln't got time uuff lef ter kick nut knowln' it ut do right lho noxt groat day whon wo can yo'se'f get together and havo thoso help- time. Atluutu Constitution. tho ndvancomont Boroa and vicinitv is making along all lines: and gavo muoh encouragement to tlio mountain farmor who has always shown himsolf a truo patriot whon our na tional Interests aro in peril. His address was tho loading ono of this meeting. in 1. 1. .1.1.. iiiiii ,.!.... y himself ii'iiun iji Poland's Two Great Rulers. Of nil Poland's rulers, two only left even n temporary Impress on tho map of Europt the one Queen Jadwlgu, or Hcdwlg, whoso shrewd ninrrluge with Jogi'llo, Prince of Lithuania, made Poland the greatest state In Eastern Europe; tho other John SobiesUI, whose sword delivered Vienna, and perhups all of Christendom, from tlio Turk. Of no other Polish monarch hns history any glorious deed to commemorate, and it was perhaps fitting that tho last king should have been Stanislas a once fuvored lover of whom Catherine of Ituwla had weurled, toss-ln- g him the tlirono of Poland as a tort of alimony. Willis J. Abbott In Mun-seyPonla-towskl, 's TO A GARDEN. APPROPRIATE INTRODUCTION. "More strictly, then, the Inward Judge obey I Woi Christ a man Ilk usT Ah! let Us try If we, then, too, can be such men as he!" Life, then, Is virtue, for nnd In Itself, and not for hope of reward. Indianapolis News. ' Qethsemane Qethsemane How like a soft breeze o'er the sea Your name comes gently back to me. Hack from the hills of Galilee, Hack through the red years' panoply. Through faith vou atnir of rwur. tn h Qethsemane Harold Speakm&n. Magazine. fr ful things prosontod to us again. Deeds of Ancient Belalans. Belgians, those thousund obscure be roes, barons Larded with Iron, wh6 curved with their heavy swords their way In tho Juphe freeholds of Galilee and of Snyetto; pious parishioners of the Flanders, which mado known and feared In tho mysterious orient tho namo of Frank. It was by this nnmo mat mo terrincd iy such bravery, designed tho Crusaders. They came for the most part from that ancient Frunklsh AiiHtriislii from whom tho conquerors of tho Gauls, from Go-vi- s to Charlemagne, drew their best soldiers; this ancient Austrnsla, which remained Frunklsh whllo tho I'eplns and tho Charles mixed In with tho population of tho Gauls. Exchange. comfortuble. When the Illustration and tho display lines lmvo captured your attention, tho opening statement must bo Bulllclently strong to hold your Interest and even muke you feel that you want tbo advertised article. The writer of good advertising 1b careful to rnako his Introduction fit both the Illustration and tho display lines to couple tho idea expressed ' In the plcturo and the beading with j tho matter that Is to follow. Tho Illustration of a bhoo clerk fitting u customer with u pair of shoes and tho display lino "Perfect Shoe Fitting" would be utterly wasted If tho advertiser wero to Jump right Into n , discussion of his stock of shoes, or If be wero to talk about the scarcity of leuther. A paragraph on tho valuo of u perfect Ut In shoes and tho dangers of a poor fit will greatly Improve tho advertisement. And It Is thus more likely to Induco you to read further and possibly go to tho advertiser's storo for shoes that you belicvo will feel Easter Marks Triumph of Personality and Sacredness of the Human Soul. great festival of Easter Is festival of life. Without all questioning tho miracle, It may, perhups, bo suggested that tho grent and Inspiring truth of Easter Is, not that u dead body rose-frotho grave, but that tho principles taught by tho royal soul that teuuuted that body could not "bo bolden of deutb." Whatever elso roso on Euster day, thero can be no doubt that tho feast marks tlio triumph of personality, and tho sacredness of tho humun soul. It Is not lmportunt thut men bo freo from death, but It Is vitally Important thut they bo free from sin, of which dentlx Is tho penalty. Why should men crlngo nud cower In tbo presence of tho dark angel whom Whltmun characterized as "sano und sucred death)" To die, even to dlo etemully except as the penult y for bin Is nothing. Hut Tim Proved Value of Nut Diet. Nuts nro freo from trichinae, tapeworm and oilier pnrusltes us well ns tho Infection duo to specific diseases. Nuts nro clean nnd sweet. Liquid nut preparations liove nnw-- the lives of hundreds of Infants within the lust n twenty years. A telegram from a collator ut WuKhlngton un. nounccd the fact that his infant duugh ter nnd only child wuh dying from malnutrition, us row's milk und nil known Infant foods bad been found to disagree. I advised liquid nut feeding, and fortunately tho prescription suited tho case und tho little ono begun to Improve tit once, und the child uto almost nothing else tho first three years of her life. New York Suu. well-know- Time is Your Fortune Don't Waste it ! Pago Seven, ; SUNDAY SCHOOL SOME OLDJELIEFS HANDICRAFT FOR BOYS Author of "Th S Lesson 13. First Quarter, Sentiment Concerning Flowers and Trees Connected With March 31, 1918. the Crucifixion. SERIES TUB FLOW-or- Uncle Sam's Food Lessons Information Service tl. fl. partment of Agriculture.) START THE DAY RIGHT. A good A. NEELY HALL H.ndr Dot.' Ttit Dr Crtnttnan," H ndltrtR for Ilindjr Br To The De- THE INTERNATIONAL s uorv tit. j. (Special Text of Leton, Phil. 2:1.11 A Quarterly Review Golden Text, Phil. 2:5 Commentary Prepared by Rev. D. M. Stearns. Leiton I. John prepnres the way for Jckus, Mark 1 :M1. (loldcn Text, John 1 :21, "Behold tin- - I.mnl of Owl. that tfikftli uwny (lie hIii of the world I" Tho R()t5 news concerning Oml who loves ui nml wnshes uh from our dins In his own blood, who loved mo nml gave himself for me, (Mnrk 1:1; Ilev. l:fi ; Oal. 2:20) Is the only koo1 news worth while. Lesson II. Jesus begins his work, Mnrk 1:12-20- . Golden Text, "Itcpent ye, and hellcvc the gospel." (Mnrk 1:15). The thirty yenrs tit Nazareth must lie Included In the (utinnendiitlon of Mk. 1 :11, uh truly ns Mk. 0:7 covers all his puhllc ministry. If we are fully yield-ehe will work In us nil things well pleasing In his sight (Heb. 13:20,21). Lesion III. Jettus nt work. Mnrk 1:21-3Oolden Text, John 0:4. "We must work the works of him thut sent me, while It Is dny." The teachings and healings of this lesson were samples of his dally life during nil his public ministry, ns It Is written In Acts 10:38, "God nnnolntcd Jesus of Nazareth with the Holy Ghost nnd with jiower; who went about doing good, nnd henllng nil who were of the devil ; for God was with him." See nlso Matt. 4:23. Leiton IV. Jesus forgiving sin, Mark 2:1-1Golden Text, Mnrk 2:10, "Tho son of man hath nuthorlty on earth to forgive sins." Therefore he is truly God for the scribes were right when they said, "Who can forgive sins but God only!" (vs.7.). It Is written In Acts 10:43, "To him glvo nil the prophets witness, that through his aarne, whosoever bclleveth In him shall receive remission of sins." See Isn. 1:18; 43:25; Luke 21:40, 47; Acts 13:38, Lenon V. Jesus Lord of the Mark 2:23 to 3:0. Golden Text, Mnrk 2:28, "The Son of Man Is Lord even of the Sabbath." The grent and liar tins led men to believe that we must In some wny by good Jeeds win the favor of Owl, hence nil inn's efforts to be religious. The truth ot God Is that he loves the world, that Christ Jesus cuino Into the world to lave sinners, that no sacrifice or can nvall till we are Jesus Christ tho Son of d 1. 3. Sab-Oat- h, country of their The broom, the plant thut gave Its namo from tho time ot Geoffrey of Anjou to the I'lantugenets, Is the one thnt kept disturbing our Savior by Its swny lug nnd cracking while ho was praying In Oethseinnne. It had before refused to hide him nnd Ills mother when they were taking refuge from Herod, hence, ns n punishment tho use to which It Is put for sweeping nnd Its uso by tho witches for riding nt night. The black birch Is tho tree that grew the rods with which Christ was scourged, nnd that Is why It Is now stunted In Its growth. The bullrush, or cat's tall, Is supposed to bo tho scepter tho Jews put Into our Lord's hnnds when, they mocked him ns their king, Tho crown of thorns Is said by some to have been made of tho blackberry, by others of the rose brlnr, or dog rose. As drop of the Savior's blood fell upon earth, roses sprang from tho spot nnd blossomed. Other legends sny that the rose briar Is ono of tho many 'trees" on which Judas was hanged; nnd one stntes thnt It was by this dog rose that Sntnn tried to climb back to heaven. Others hold the crown was made of ncncln or ahlttlm wood. Perhaps In tho minds of most It Is the holly thnt was the bush from which Christ's crown ot thorns came; Indeed holly Is n shortened form of "holy," for the "holy tree" was Its early name. In Germany too the people call the holly Chrlstdorn. In Cornwall It Is called "Aunt Mary's Tree," "aunt" being n tenn ot endearment there, and they believe the red berries of the holly stand for the blood drops of Christ. o The purple spnthe of the pulpit, known In England .as "lords nnd Indies," marks where Christ's blood nlso fell nt the Crucifixion. Mnny flowers died of sorrow that night, but the Jasmine merely folded Its leaves nnd suffered Its pnln quietly. In the nnd the trees connected w 1 h t li o Crucifixion vary with the peoplo and tho 1 (Copyright, by A. Ncely Hall.) A MODEL AEROPLANE. growth. breakfast can be had of Fruit, Cereal, Milk. These make a This model aeroplane Is built along nourishing, eaty to cook, good, cheap tho lines ot the models that lmvo won meal of foods the government asks us records for distance flights. to eat Tho triangular frame consists ot tho two plno sldo sticks A (Fig. 1), ',4 Ute Fruit Inch square and 32 Inches long, and Fruit helps to keep your body In two bamboo stick II and C, Inch good health nnd to prevent constipathick nnd U Inch wldo H 8 Inches tion. long and C 4 Inches long. Use fresh fruit when possible. The bow end of sticks A must bo Use prunes, dried apples, dried apritapered on the Inside edges as shown cots. Sonk them In wntcr over night In Fig. 2, so thoy will como together, nnd cook them long enough to make and slots must bo cut through theso them tender. sticks for tho ends ot sticks 11 and C Use dates or raisins. Theso nre to stick through (Fig. 3). Cut the good added to the cereal ten minutes before taking It from the stove. Then you will not need sugar. Use rlpo bananas with dark skins. Bananas with greenish-yelloskins are hard to digest unless cooked. American People There is no foundation for the alleged violations of law attributed to our Company by agents of the Federal Trade Commission and I want to say emphatically that Swift & Company is not a party to any conspiracy to defraud the Government Nor has Swift & Company been guilty of improperly storing foods or of making false entries or reports. Conferences of packers, where prices have been discussed, have been held at the urgent request and in the presence of representatives of either the Food Administration or the Council of National Defense. And yet the packers have been accused of committing a felony by acting in collusion on Government bids! We have done our best, with other packers, large and small, to comply with the directions of the United States Food Administration in all particulars, including the furnishing of food supplies for the U. S. Army and Navy and the Allies, now being handled through the Food Administration. We will continue to do our utm sounder Government direction, to increase our production and assist the Food Administration. We consider that the opportunity to and to our fullest powers with this branch of the Government is our plain and most pressing duty. co-oper- 1 ML H UJiUBBR mi f Jnck-ln-th- er for-rive- n. (Itev. 21:1). Leiton XI. Jesus sending forth I ho twelve, Mark 0:1:31. Oolden Text, Matt, 10:8, "Freely yo receive, freely give." Whether it was the twelve or tho seventy, ho sent them forth In bis name, clothed with Ills power, to tell tho good news ot tho klugdom, and to heal ull maimer of sickness, and even to rulso tho dead, but ho wurned them that they would bo hated, and persecuted, and perhaps killed for his sake. Leiton XII. Jesus ministering to Oolden tho multitude, Mark 0:32-50- . Text, Matt, 20:28, "Tho Sou of Mun came not to bo ministered unto, hut to minister, and to glvo his life a runsom for uiuny." Ho wnuts his redeemed on earth to let him live his life In us. uud !use ub to make him known to others. tho Leiton VI. Jesus chooses iwelve, Mark 3:7-0- . Golden TexL Mark 1:14. "He appointed twelve, that they ailght be with him, nnd that he might tend them forth to preach." The next ferae says that they were to heal sick-- 3 ess nnd cast out demons, for preach-i- i g without Home manifestation of the power of God may be only vain talk. Lesion VII. Jesus teaching by para-leOolden Text. Gal. Mark 4:1-21:7. "Ho not deceived; God Is not siockcd; for whatsoever a man sowcth, '.hat shall he nlso reap." When they would not receive him, nor his king-lorthen lie began to speuk In pantiles, and thus to declare how things would bo during this age of his rejec-IloOur great work Is to be his with Ills message, sowing the teed of his word, with the insurance that It will always accomplish his pleasure. Leiton VIII. The mystery of the Golden Text, Kingdom, Mark 4:21-31- . Isn. 11:0, 'The earth shall be full of the kingdom of the Lord, as the waters rover the sen." The p rubles of this lesson, nnd more fully the seven parables of Matt. 13, give no encouragement to the thought thnt we nro here to win the world to Christ, which cannot be done In this nge. Yet Numb. 14 :21 ; Isn. 11 :0 nnd Heb. 2 :14, nhall bo truly and literally fulfilled In tho next age through Israel. Letton IX. Jesus bringing peace, Mark 4:35 to 5:20. Golden Text, I's. 120:3, "Jehovah hath done great things for us ; whereof wo nro glad." Stilling the stonn and healing tho demoniac show Ills power over the devil nnd his works, and when he shall como In his glory he will bind the devil In tho pit for a thousand years, nnd lie, Uie Son of Pnvld, will bo King of Israel, King of Kings und Lord ot Lords, ono King over nil tho earth. Leiton X. Jesus restoring Hfo and Golden Text, health. Mark 5:21-43- . Matt. 8:17, "Himself took our Infirmities, nnd bare our diseases." When tho kingdom shall lmvo fully como thero ehnll bo on this enrth no more death, neither sorrow, nor cryli'K. neither bhnll thero bo uny uioro palu s, n. mes-lengc- morning when It reopened, It was no longer pink, nnd that Is why It has never shown Its color since. The violet droops because the shndow of the Cross fell on It the day of the Crucifixion. The anemone Is called In the Holy Land the "blood drops of Christ," n namo nlso given to the wall flower. Mnny who have visited the quaint old cemetery of St. Koch In New Orleans will recall the clover growing there, spot on the upwith n red per side of the leaf, nnd how the children who ask you to buy the plant, say this red spot Is "Jesus' blood." The hawthorn It was with which the magpies covered our Lord as ho was resting In a wood from the pursuit of his enemies Just before the Crucifixion, which the swallows, the "fowls of God," removed as soon ns his enemies had gone. Another bird who showed pity to our Lord at the time of his Crucifixion was the robin redbreast Seeing him In pain from the thorns that were piercing his brow, It hovered over his head, and as It plucked out a thorn from the crown, our Savior's sacred blood tinged its breast, and that Is why it Is red now. According to an old Spanish tradition, It Is the passion flower that climbed the Cross nnd fastened itself about the holes mndo In the wood by the nails thnt were driven through the hands and feet of our Savior. This was revealed to St. Fronds of Assist In ono of his visions. Tho early Christians ns well venernted tho passion flower. They saw In Its bud tho Euflower tho charist; In Its star In tho east; In the full bloom the five wounds, the nails, tho hammer, tho spenr, the pillar of scourging, and the crown of thorns ; In Its leaves, the spcur head and tho thirty pieces of silver; in Its tendrils, the cords that bound him. The Spanish Jesuits made largo use of this passion flower In their missionary teaching In South America, where heart-shaped half-open slots for B 2V4 inches from the stern end, and tho slots for C halfway between these and the bow end. Slip separators II and C Into the slots, and then bind with strong linen thread. Dow hooks D (Figs. 1 and 4) support the bow end of tho rubber motor, and are bent out ot a piece ot heavy piano wire. Dend the wire to fit tho bow ends ot sticks A, and bind to tho sticks with thread (Fig. 1). The bow ends of sticks A must have similar to E (Fig. metal bearing-plate- s 6) bound to them with thread. A pair of accurately made propellers can be purchased at toy stores. The propeller shafts (O, Fig'. 8) are made of heavy piano wire. Bend one Use Cereals. Cornmenl mush, oatmeal, rice, hominy (grits). These arc much cheaper than the "ready-to-cat- " A breakfast foods. "rcudy-to-cot- " breakfast food may cost 15 cents for a big package, but If the package contains only pound 00 cents u pound for cereal I This Is eight or ten times us expensive as cornmcul at six or seven cents a pound. Look for the weights printed on the packnge und get the most for your money. Cornmcul mush nnd oatmeal ore good only when well cooked. Many people use too little salt und don't cook them long enough. To cook comment mush for five people use one und one-hacupfuls two teaspoonfuls salt (level), five or six cupfuls water. Bring salt ed water to a boll. Stir In the corn-meslowly. Don't let It lump. Cook It at leust 30 minutes. It Is better when cooked for three hours, or overnight Use u double bolter ou the back of the stove, or u tireless cooker. For oatmeal use two und one-hacupfuls rolled outs, two and one-hateaspoonfuls salt, five or six cupfuls water. Bring the wuter to a boll. Stir the rolled outs slowly Into the boiling water nnd cook for one hour, or overlf com-meal, lf lf whole-hearted- ly ' night. Eat the cereul with milk or sirup or butter or butter substitutes. You don't need breud besides. A large umount of cornmenl or oatmeal may be cooked ut one time. The unused part placed in a greased bowl may be kept for u few days In a cool place. Do you know bow good sliced correspondence taken from our private files and read into the Record, a false and sinister meaning with the plain purpose of creating antagonistic public opinion. The Trade Commission Attorney has, by false inference and misplaced emphasis, given to disconnected portions of the and fried oatmeal Is? Instead of breakfast food you can take breud preferably one of the war , breads. Corn bread and milk, Is dell-- , clous. The service of the packers of the United States are most urgently needed, and I regret exceedingly that we should at this time have to spend our efforts in defending ourselves against unfounded, unproved, and unfair' assertions such as are being daily made public. end Into a hook (Fig. 7) to receive the end of the rubber motors, then run the other end through the hole In bearing-plates E (Fig. 7), slip a glass bead URGES NATURAL ICE HARVEST (H) over It for a "thrust-bearing,- " and run It through tho propeller hub and Uncle Sam's Fuel Administration Points Out a Way to Save bend over the side of tho hub (Fig. 8). of Tons of Coal. The motors are made ot strands ot rubber. Rubber bands can be looped A great harvest of natural Ice Is In one another, end to end, to form tho strands, but strands all In ono proposed by Uncle Sam's fuel adminploco are better. Twelve strands are istration as a means of saving coal needed for each motor. Fasten the this winter. Fifteen million tons ot COOl BfC Used annuallX-lAmerican lr Mil-lioa Uie Milk. Milk Is an excellent food. A quart of whole milk gives as much nourish-- . ment as one pound of lean meat Children especially need It to make . them grow strong und keep well. It Is good for grown people, too. Glve( eacu cnuu ai icusi u giuss ior ureun-fus- t. Drink It hot or cold, or use It on the cereal, or make It Into cocoa. Even at a high price milk Is a cheap food for children. No Coffee and Tea for Children. These are, not food. Let the grown peoplo have them If they want them, but do not give the children even a taste. The children's drink is milk. I J .? Q&njir. President Swift & Company, U.S. A. a factories amf refrigerating plants. The winter season manufactures each year, without expense to man, billions of tons of Ice. Most of this Is wasted. Every ton of natural lco which Is harvested will take the place of a ton ot artificial Ice and will save COO pounds of coal. Every householder, storekeeper and farmer who can obtain Ice from nearby rivers and ponds und store It for use next summer Is urged to do so. The organization of the 0,000 plants of the country along lines of fuel economy Is receiving the attention of the fuel administration. All Drank Milk Then. In those early days, as the new- comers flocked Into Missouri, those who had come earlier and who "kept tavern" had a way of classifying the new arrivals ns Northerners or Southerners, without questions, says Walter B. Stevens In "Mlssourlnns of One Hundred Years Ago." If the stranger asked for sweet milk he was from the North of the Ohio river from New England or one of the middle states. If he called for sour milk, that Identified him us from the South. Sweet milk sold In St. Louis nt 25 cents a cents a gallon. Sour milk was 18 gallon. AMERICAN MATERIALS HELP IN HOLY LAND CAMPAIGN growing luxuriantly In tho Jungles n promise, converted. thoy found It they felt, that tho natives should bo All Had Visions of Immortality. Job nml David nnd mo author of Eo cleslnstes had clear visions ot Immortality und many Hebrew phrases In the Old Testament denote an accepted belief In continuous existence. Tho pagan world had this hope, holding It as a common belief ot tho futuro felicity ot the faithful, which was an Inspiration to virtue. Socrates emphasized this, according to Plato's Phaedo, and Clccra felt Its urging when ho spoko of the soul of his beloved friend Cato "often looking back." Meaning of Eaiter. Kaster Is not merely a festival ot spring, to bo celebrated by the making of music, the dlsplny of flowers und the wearing of glad attire. It is tho most Joyous anniversary of the Christian world, for without it Christmas would loso much, if not most, ot Its significance. bow ends ot the strands to wire rings (Fig. 6)) so they may be slipped on and oft booty D quickly. With tho motors In place, the "ele- w I vator plane" I and "main plane" J (Figs. 1, 0 and 10) remain to bo made. Elovator I is made ot two wooden side Inch thick, strips 15 inches long, and U Inch wide, connected with wiro separators bent and Joined to the strips in tho manner shown In Fig. 11. The end wire tips should extend beyond tho wooden strips 2 inches, end be bent to the angle shown. Cover the frame with china silk. Sew or glue this on to the frame, then give It a thin coat of shellac. The planes should not be fastened securely to the model aeroplane framework, but bo held to It by rubber bands so their positions may be adjusted to the points where they will give tha laodel the greatest stablHty U flight ;i British of rfeifcu photo mld-ileke- mxtrlfffftWi uiii It was not ulwuys necessary Troops with the British forces In tho Holy Lund digging for it well In for tho troops of tho British forces to drink from wells nnd to chancu tanking the next watering place In their through the Holy Land over the Slnul desert. The troops who fought at Oazu drunk wuter from Egypt pumped railroad laid clear ucross the 160 miles of tha through mi American pipe lino nnd were supplied over u broud-guugSlnul desert. Every ounce of muterlul for tho pipe line, the railroad nnd the other works came from tho United States or Great Britain. The full of Jerusalem was uiado possible by Industry, organization und help of muterlal from the United States. The Surest Preparation is School Training Pngo Eight. TUB CITIZEN Mnrcli 21, 11)18. has been down wllh rheumatism, is Mrs. Mnurlco Green has been real Millcrd able lo be at work. Mrs. Mallle sick, but is improving. Coylo sold a team of mules for $300. Chriwlllus of Hyattsvillo has been Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Hulclt wcro vis- very III wllh spinal meningitis, but y. IIo is thought to bo out of danger. Dr. itors at Daddle Todd's Roads F.tiol of Lancaster and Dr. Smith of Is doing reasonably well. I This is not only a commercial but a patriotic proposiare getting In good shape. No mud Danville wero his physicians. tenching for tion as well. Our Government is making strong demands Joo GatlltT was Miss Luclle Lackey is in this section. tlgnm In full by the wrllr. The nm No eortwponcW pnWIhI unlctn Miss Fannie Dowden for n few days in Rockford Saturday on business. In order to make it nit for publication, but an Wffi of gooj faith. Writ plainly. on us to furnish spokes for army use. J. M. Bullen went to a "grubbing" wlille she Is with her mother who pood our contracts with the Government we call upon our to s real sick. Mrs. Jesse Dunn of Seed corn seems Inst week. are buy. F.very one wauls to raise be scarce in many parts of tho Lancaster Is visiting her aunt. Mcs. farmer friends to do their beit to get their spoke timber to JACKSON COUNTY all he enn to whip old Germany. -- State. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Ham- J. A. Arnold, for several d'iys. our factory. Fox Town The following were recently mar- ilton passed thru here today. y of The Standard Wheel Company is in need People tiro Fox Town, Mnrcli 1(5. ried: Finest llardell and Miss Ruby Itellen Bullen has been on the sick million escort spokes, either oak ( r hickone and one-hal- f doing much work on their farms Comrem, at the home of Dr. R. K. not list for a few days, hut is better THE BANK THAT DIDN'T FAIL ory, size vet on account f so much wet Bartlett. the Rev. W. A. Worthing-to- n now. 2$ in. x 2SS in. x 29 in. long, and five millions of By Sarah Comstock lo N. .1. Coylo is still weather. officiating; John Truett and other kinds of spokes. Don't be afraid you will Hut the of the Vigilantes to get out; he has licen sick Miss Delia Pennington, both of Gray We want these spokes within the next six months. CLAY COUNTY SolThis Is n storv nf a Iinnk. Not ono 'market. nil winter with lagrippe. Hawk; Dan Jones nnd Laura Smith, Our factory will remain at Berea so long as you furnish us Malcom of those banks that stand on tho omon Lamb has rented one of Klllui of Gray Hawk. The best wishes of Malcom. March 10. Fair weath- most impressive corner of Main 'lis tSmrp ir rrtmii rn Lakes houses and moved into it. A. i their friends go with them. About three, weeks ago .Inmcs na Privelt died from a stroke of par er continues and farmers are get- Street, with a row of marble pilMrs. Rebecca Brown- lars in front, and portly depositors iler was found Inying in road. u alysis and was laid to rest in the ting busy. Following We Offer on Spokes ing is slowly improving. Mrs. S. h. coming and going in their own lind been shot in head with a shot Gray Hawk cemetery. A boy baby Young who has been visiting her Hiitomobiles.This bank is mado of gun. IIo was unconscious and died was born to Mr. and Mrs. Louis Delivered at Berea or ea L. & N. ft. R. betweea Jellic tad lerea next day. Wilgus Isaacs and Stella Banks, in the Gray Hawk Hospital mother during her illness has re- tin, shaped liko a little liouse, measures five by live inches, and shooting turned to her home In Pittsburg. Hose nrc charged with the named Herman; and a line girl to and are both in Jail tit McKco await- Mr. and Mrs. Bale Bennett, named Mrs. Sarah Lay Is visiting her looks liko n child's toy. SPLIT HICKORY SPOKES daughter, Mrs. Mattie Pennington. As a mntler of fact it was intending action of the Grand Jury at Cir- Marie. Either Red or White Timber The Rev. J. II. Browning filled his ed for a child's toy. But an odd incuit Court which begins the foiirtii rrit m' in r regular appointment at Goose Creek cident changed it into a National Married, last Monday in March. MADISON COUNTY Cornelius Bank, and 1 defy anybody to show $ 7.00 Saturday and Sunday. 15ix2Ji 15 inches long.;ilickory only, to Mary Grif-ll- n. Monday, Mack Morris Blue Lick Fields spent Thursday night with me n bank in the country that is 16 Inches long 35.00 II. McFarland and family havn 2JJx3 genIt is Blue Lick, March 18. The oil safer, surer, sounder. nvoved to A. C. McFarland's farm erally conceded that the peach crop the Rev. J. II. Browning WOO 2J4'x3-- 16 Inches long men are drilling ayain on J. H. It belonged to Mary Brown's little Daniel Felty sold near Brazil. 50.00 3Kx3K 16 Inches long in this section will provo an entire Clark's farm. They report an ex- brother. He had grown up and distwo mules in McKee Monday and failure, as most of the peach trees 2 x2JJ 28 Inches long, second growth 25.00 all White Timber went to Bond and bought two more, were killed by the hard winter. A cellent gas well and are expecting carded it, and she found it ono day. 29x2)i 29 inches long Red or White "I've been meaning lo save toward from Wm. Roberts, --r .1. B. Fox has good prospect, however, for apples, a paying oil well soon. CO.OO Timber Vine a new set of furs," Mary Brown obrented the farm known as Parsons cherries and plums is in evidence 1 J$x2 28 Inches long. 60 per cent Lagrippe seems served. "Believe I'll slarl today, and Vine, March 8. to it. place, and moved 12.00 AB. MO per cent CD if not impaired by late frosts. Henry and use Jimmie's old bank." She popped to be in every family. Carico James Collier, a prominent whole- Gilbert Ferguson went to McKee in a dollar. W. II. Rob- sale merchant of Winchester, acCarico, March 18. Second Growth White & Chestnut Oak The She works in an olllce down town, erts who has been so bad with mea- companied by his wife and son Ot- lat Thursday on business. 60.00 2?fix2Ji 29 inches long Willie Bow- and gets twenty a week. She had Bert Sum- to motored to this section Sunday, infant of Mr. anil Mrs. sles is some better. 16 Inches long 35.00 Mrs. never put away a dollar of this 25x3 man died a few days ago. mers has gone to Richmond to bo visiting the home of Mrs. Ray 40.00 2ix3)i 16 inches long All Mainous, a sister or Mrs. Collier. F.lvia Hoper spent Wednesday with money. She always found so many examined for army service. Mrs. Samor things to spend it on ns she went 50.00 16 inches long went to Bcnham to Mrs. Collier, who was learning to her mother-in-la3Kx3K the boys who J. W. Pennington along; and living al homo makes one work enmc back sick. Isaac Himes drivo tho car, ran into an embank- Hoper at Vine. All spokes must be free from defects, such as worm Caliban, who spent a week careless. People sometimes talked holes, wind shakes, knots, bird pecks and crooks, and Almost every- ment and they narrowly escaped a and J. C is very poorly. looking for a to her about saving her money for split full of size specified. body is exposed to the measles here. serious wreck. A call to Richmond in Rockcastle County kept putting Born to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Fau-bu- s, brought assistance and their demol location, have returned without the rainy day. but she Mr. and Mrs. Charley J it off. Orbin Smith is ished car with its frightened in- buying. a line girl. Burns of London visited relatives al Tln next week when she drew J. W. Angel and Mrs. mates was taken lo a garage, when very poorly. her salary she popped four moro J5omc after necessary repairs they re this place Saturday and Sunday. Ollie Brewer have measles. INCORPORATED plowing for corn. sumed their journey. Misses Matti" Mis Nannie Bowman of Manchester dollars into die slot. She liked tho of the farmers are at radio of them; sho decided sho G. Reynolds is working for the and Mvrtio Mainous, twin daughters is visiting friends and relatives Kentucky Mr. and Mrs. Levi could The Berea two more. sparo company at Benham employing of Green Mainous of Owsley Coutity, this place. going to be who arc in the Normal Department Pennington spent Saturday and next week she did the same Seed corn is bands. again. S. R. Rob- of Berea College, spent Saturday Sunday with relatives on Maulden. thing and ndded to the sum scarco in these parts. proved by captured Gorman docuMrs. M. L. Ferguson is visiting By the sixth week she set to thinkis attending County Court at night and Sunday at the homo of erts ment : at this place and on Maul- ing. y. Ace Faubus and McKee The Germnns nt n certain position Steve relative week. J. Flanery on Bluo Lick. "I never knew how fast money on family have gone back to Oklahoma Barrett, who recently moved to den this the western front knew the I put it wheru could accumulate until Henlo mako their future home. Iiritisli wcro planning to deliver n this section, is still confined to his I can't get it out," sho said. "Tho OWSLEY COUNTY ry Riley made a business trip to bed by a serious malady. His fani- gas attack on a German division furs are nearly bought already." y. Sturgeon Livngston pninnrisft n wifp. two flauclltcrs. llv "Do otpiipped with masks, but poorly Suddenly it occurred to her. Wo aro Sturgeon, March 18. Herd trained in their use. In spito of Urn and an orphan grandchild wholjy I really need those furs, nftcr all? days ti 16. Farmers are destitute of the necessaries of life. surprised to find nearly every farm- My Herd, March so bad. What I'm fart that they had several old ones aren't taking advantage of this nico weath- Friends, here is a call; let us re- er in this community buying oati really enjoying is not Hie prospect drill before conditions were suitable er and are getting quite a lot of spond to it. and not wait to put at $1.25 per bushel to sow an aver- of the furs; it's tho fact that I'm for the British nttaek, when It was C. N. Gabbard of Botner finally made hundreds of German Tho Misses Myr- ilowcrs on tho casket. This is but age crop. plowing done. A DEFINITE PURPOSE. putting away some money at last. casualties resulted. tle and Icy Farmer, of this place, ono of many instances that come was here Monday on business. gives mo n substantial feeling, as Hamilton, of Tyner, all under our observation amid this Ellis Robinson of Green Hall spent It I Many kinds of gnsses are used in and Laura The first Ktep In writing n good ad- - 1 were a real factor in life, a ct Messrs. Lester and if of Madison Sunday here. section paid Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Farmer of prosperous modern wnrfaro. Some merely Ycrtlscment Is to decide definitely upon member of the society of This tho eyes temporarily, and are the duty which It In expected to per-- " Gray Hawk a visit last Saturday County. Let us not fold our hands Conley Wilson of Klias visited their World, a person of a certain ecoSunday. Martin Cook, who and close our eyes to conditions uncle, J. T. Wilson's family Saturthan serious. form. and And no matter how moro inconvenient An Advertisement written at ranCharlie McCol-lu- nomic basis. Oilier gases are terrible in their efhas been at Hamilton for somo that speak as an advertisement that day and Sunday. basis, I can mako it small our hustling drummer, was a grow." that time, is with home folks again. fect unless proper protection is dom to (111 a certain amount of epnc we must bo "our brother's keeper" They aro employed In cannot be expected to bring profitable Miss Ratio Gabbard of Middletown, in a case like this, but act at once. business caller at Sturgeon Friday. Suddenly her eyes happened on available, Big Hill clouds, or in shells, bombs, and hand returns. successful advertiser knows) O., is visiting her sister. Mrs. Julia Mrs. Malissio Neeley and son, advertisement: The Stephen The Rev. Tom, visited Mr. and Mrs. Alex. an Madden of this place. Big Hill, March 18. Just what purpose he nlsliea to ac"Liberty Bonds, Four Per Cent . . . ' grenades. Wilto Mr. Cornelius filled his appointment Strong Sunday. Messrs. Jim It is tho work of tho Field TrainFarmer made a business trip complish with every advertisement beIt was the psychological moment. Several from at Pilot Knob church last Saturday son, Jess and Charlie Holbrooks Gas Defense SerBond last week. fore he prepares It Then ho can Mary Brown opened the bank. In ing Section of tho Henry Estes, who mado a business trip to Idainay this place are planning to attend and Sunday. vice to bring homo to tho American write his inessugc Intelligently and exsaved forty-tw- o weeks sho had Misses Dillio and six gas pect It to be read with Interest. church at Oak Grove Sunday. has been sick so long, is said to be Wednesday. dollars and she was nblo to add soldier the importance of his Sometimes he may wish to announce H. T. Chasteenlias Lola Pierson spent Sunday with mask, to thoroughly drill him in its little belter. a eight more. Within twenty-foVe are hav- been sick for a few days but is im- their brother Charlie al Green hours the long brown bond rested use and to inspire ciiolldence in its tlio arrival of 11 now lino of merchanBond, March 10. dise. Another tlmo ho may (feeble to Dailey Lamb is Hall. Mrs. Mary E. Cook and elllcacy. ing some fine weather and farmers proving some. in her safety box. offer reduced prices on certain arreported to have smallpox. Ho lives daughter, Emma Golda. were wel- are making good use of it by sowing That was the beginning. She has ticles. James como visitors Sunday at tho homo John in the pine woods place. oats and plowing for corn. Hut whatever the purpose of tho anstuck to tho little tin bank for luck, ,WAR PICTURES MAY BE SECURED completWithers' nephew is about well of of Mr. and Mrs. John Wilson. TOR PRIVATE COLLECTIONS Seals has his house about nouncement, the successful advertiser keeps it in a safe place, and she ' County ed and expects to move into it next smallpox. No more new cases re- P. M. Frye, our hustling An illustrated catalog of olllcial has that purpose In mind throughout says that it will pay for at least two Isaac Harrison and fam- Agent. whoe thrilling lectures aro fifty-doll- ar M. Turner died at his ported. week.bonds in the next issue-ma- ybe war photographs and stereoplicon the entire preparation of tho adverhomo on Pond Lick, Friday. March ily have moved hero from Indian- arousing the farmers of Owsley and more. And Iheso bonds, in slides has been issued by the division tisement. Ills dtspluy lines, illustraAlso Jesse McIIono's anil Jackson Counties lo their great op- turn, will yield more dollars as nest of pictures of the Committee on Pub- tions und text all relies tho message K, and was laid to rest in the Green apolis. to send. families have portunities to serve their country Hill cemetery, March 9. Ho was 77 Willie D. McIIono's lic information. In it are listed 1,000 be wishes the object of most advereggs for new savings. After all, years of ago and leaves a wife, three moved back hero from Indianapolis. this coming season, has just left liltlo tin bank yourself. pictures available to tho public, In-- 1 tisements la to Induco you to visit the Try a Walter Hardin and wife havo hero for a week's work in Jackson Start today! sons, and one daughter. Mrs. Mon-ro- o eluding photographs taken by tho advertiser's store. And Just as there People hero are be- County. Wo extend moved here. '.Signal Corps, Navy, Marino Corp, arc different reasons why you might Cook of Hazard. Mr. and Mrs. Earnestville our sympathy to his bereaved fam- ginning to farm. land French and Belgian olllcial wish to go there, so arc thoro different ' The Earnestville, .March 19. Ki McKoehan spent Saturday night USE OF SOLDIERS AS GUARDS SXisio Watson and Alico ily. photographs. purMses for which udverUmnenU Dry with Mr. and Mrs. T. J. MeKeehar. Rev. G. B. Bowman filled his reguFOR INDUSTRIAL PLANTS IS are visiting relatives at Kach picture listed may be had fight bo prepared. W. D. Castecl has moved from lar appointment nt Moorcs .Sunday. NOT RECOMMENDED A series of meetBranch, W. Ya. either as a photographic print or Mr. and Also we had a very good attendance BISHOP W. P. REMINGTON ings held at this place by the Rev. Big Hill to Red Lick. slido at a small A memorandum made public b.v 'as a stcrcopticou which the War Department concerning tho price. The catalogue may bo seO. lH Johnston of Hamilton, 0, Mrs. Bid Abrams spent Sunday at i.t i.iip now Ktmilnv-scho- ol Missi use of armed guards about industrial cured by sending 5 cents to the Jeff Neeley and fami- was organized last Sunday. closed Sunday. Brother Johnston P. Hayes. becoming widely known by tho ly are expected to move in the Ida Bowman v sited Misses isora plants contains the following: is 'division of pictures, Committee on Washington, two wonderful visions ho saw in liouse with his father, J. B. Neeley, and Lizzie Rowlett of Sturgeon "The soldier in training who has Public Information, M. from Saturday till Sunday. his home during tho month of De- the last of this month. olTered his lifo for tho defenso of I). C. V. Jackson has made his return country should not sacrillco his cember, 1917. Ono of them, he says, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY represents tho Allies as finally befrom West Virginia and other effectiveness. by performing polico TAKE SWEDE SHIPS points wlicro ho has been for too fluty in tho proteclon of property ing victorious over Germany in the Rockford Measles are back of the lines. This is the duty present war, while tho other shows Several past few months. Roekford, March 17. Huns Force Them to Go to Qerman tho general trend of things after farmers around hero have gono to raging in this vicinity now in tho of tho citizens at borne. Ports, According to Gothen I). R. Allen plowing. peaco has been made. home of Henry Gabbard and other. for "Tho theater for operations Briar fields are being burg Paper. purchased a nico armed soldiers is tho battlefield ot Charlie Hall had n "sprouting" Wednesday and cleared up. Thero is plenty of got a nico lot of work done. J. corn yet in the shock in this, neigh- cow from C. A. Gabbard for 880. London. March 18. A number of Kach civilian should aid F.uropo. Jas. T. Brewer is working at tho coal borhood. Several from around W. M. Gabbard sold a mule to Sid-n- his country by acting ns a guard large Swedish trawlers nnd one of the I Gothenburg steamers have Mr. and Mrs. Tho lit- Rockford attend church at Fairviow Couch for 8135. mines near K. Bomstadl. for tho detection and prevention of largest Gphv have bought Brandenburg intrigue, deceit, and nil tho familiar been captured by German submarines present. tle son of RobL H. Johnson died reQuito a crowd was l off the 8knw, tho northern oxtremlty of cently. Mr. Johnson was called Mary Northern is suffering very Brother' store and aro planning on stealthy operations of tho enemy in .luthind, Denmark, nnd forced to go to lirown uowman our midst. Each soldier unneceshomo from tho dental school nt much. She was operated on for a good business. Germany, uccordlng to a report printed bsKskH&bIIIIIIIIkHsI Louisville to attend the funeral. growth in tho nostril, and it is ex- was called to Cincinnati, O, to his sarily detained ns a guard In this by the Gothenburg Shipping Gazette got his limbs country aids and abets tho enemy In nnd forwarded from Copenhagen by Cray Hawk pected another operation will lw brother Frank, who tho F.xehnngo Telegraph company. F.rnest Northern, who torn off by a rolling mill and died F.uropo. Gray Hawk, March 15. Fanners necessary. Immediately after. Ho was burlod "Often u guard may bo needed for Tho meeting ut the safety of n factory. When it is, JACKIE GIVEN GOLD MEDAL near his home. Needmoro from Friday night until it should bo supplied by tho owner Sunday night was a success, with or iho factory, by tho municipality, Wallace Odell Prather, Machinist's USE Mate, Is Rewarded for Rescuing large nuilieuco nnd closo attention. or by tho State. Drowning Shipmate. iHPHaWrhCivwaSvHHj "These meaures apply not only to GARRARD COUNTY manufacturing plants, but nro equalMarch 18. Secretary I Washington, ' g Paint Lick ly npplicablo to shipyards, grain McAdoo awarded n gold n.n.lnl tn U'nllnrn Dili'U 1'rnfher. n inn. I Dlehop William P. Remington, who IK. Let 1110 elevators, and stores of supplies." l'nlnt Lick, March IT'S chlnlst's mate, now on duty In France. was rector of the St. Paul's church In iscorrect an error in last week's and Minneapolis for seven years and Is Jumping Into tho sue. Sio Foley of Camp Shelby. LACK OF KNOWLEDGE OP GAS waters of Olongapo on well known In religious circles In the BRIGHTER, WHITER AND LIGHTEP ; Ilattiosburg. Miss., is not in tho FATAL TO SOLDIERS DEFENSE July 7, 1010, I'rother rescued a sea- Northwest, Is now serving as chaplain condition as was reported. Tho necessity for thorough and man who had had bis leg bitten off of hospital unit at Fort McPherson, Than Any Other Brand Mrs. Price of Fonso was ill last continuous training of troops in gas by ono of the sharks. Pruther's borne Ga. The photograph shows Bishop Remington in the uniform of the army. uuuk. Tho little baby of Mr. and defense Is shown by a statement address Is Stafford, Kan. East Kentucky CorrespDndence News You Get Nowhere Else Enlist in the Great Industrial Army and Assist Our Government ' to-da- un-ah- the Prices . .... w, Standard Wheel Co. 1 to-da- nf-fe- m, ur I - Pin-glet- on ov y. POTTS' GOLD DUST FLOUR I blood-staine- d slmrk-lnfcste- d tis