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Citizen (Berea, Ky.): March 28, 1918 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1918 cit1918032801_sn85052076 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Citizen (Berea, Ky.): March 28, 1918 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1918 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. PKES I DENT UF.KEA (.1) BEREA PUBLISHING CO. (INCORPORATED) WM. C. FROST, UitwJii-CMC. II. WEKTENBEKGER. MaiMrint UilM Ham mnil-fMtt- "Drot-- d Five Cents per Copy. The Citizen IJEIIKA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, MAHCII 28, 1018. HEIIEA COLLEGE KY S OFF I (. E to ttie Interests of tlie 30Tj.n.teLirL Fecyple Ono Dollar Knowledge Is Power and Ut way to kerp up with modem Knowlcgc is to read a food Newspaper. No. 30. Vol. XIX. per Year. Secretary Baker's Opportunity Secretary of War Baker's visit to the war zone is resulting in valuable experience for the welfare of our soldiery on the firing line. Just as he has provided wholesome and helpful environment for our boys in the home camps, so he is suggesting provisions for them at the front. If his suggestions to the command abroad and to the French Government are carried out he will endear his name forever to the American people. It is gratifying that since December first conditions have improved. Our soldiers in France are under the same restrictions as they ate in America on the liquor question. Hot coffee is being served the men in the front line and to the exhausted, cold and wet soldiers by the Army Y. M. C. A. and the Red Cross instead of intoxicants which will to a large degree relieve the anxiety among home folks for their boys. ' IN OUR OWN STATE Tho April forty-seventh PART OF B iiTiSH LINE GIVES WAY UNDER HUN BLOW U. S. GUNS RIDDLE GERMAN world res of the Kentucky Educational Asso- elation will he held in Louisville. 21-2- nnnual session 7. Tho visiting tcachera tiflll ttlaO VM1IIIF 'nnlinrM 'f'nvliir llin Will Tllh Pnmtt J illjiwif IIIV guests of MoJ. Gen. Harry C. Haio. An excellent program lias been an- nounced. After hundred Zachary Mondnv Haig Retires to Prepared Positions West of St. Quentin; hike, one a twenly-IIvc-miHold In North. artillerymen from Camp Taylor reached West Point nfternoon preparatory to B00.000 GERMANS IN ATTACK X. lo The great German drive began on the 21st of the month and is still going on. The English lino near Camltrai has been the chief object Huns Make Violent Gas Attack of attack. An attempt lias been mri.l, lii tiidli n u'ff.lirn Iti tiftu.'nnn on the American Position the English and French sectors. In places an advance of from five to Without Avail. ten miles ha.s been made, but tha English havo retired in good order YANKEES MAKE DIRECT HITS and havo held (heir line intact. TRENCH SBLrK. '1 H 1. gin rille range practice April Terrible Toll Taken of Kaiser1 Armies Eager to do their part In defeata They Charge In Mate Forma-ti- n ing Germany, West Point residents Fighting Most Intense will throw open their homes to tho of the Present -- r. nrtillerymen from Camp Zachary Toylor, who will he bivoucked near norlln, March 25. I let ween Kontnlne the town during the big gun train- Its Crolsclk's mid Moouvren (ieriunn The last five days the news columns have been filled foices pcnelrut.il Into the Kecnnd ing this summer. with the thrilling accounts of the action on the West iHixltlon and captured two nrniy headquarters, announce.. The members of the Clifton Evanfront. failed. So fur gelical church, at a congregational Ilrlllsh countur-iillacThe long expected is coming to pass. The Central prlsonem, 100 guns mid .100 meeting Monday night by an almost 2.",000 guns Powers in massed formation are making a terrific effort have been tuken. unanimous vote, decided to stand to break the Allied lines of defense. The German loss is by a new constitution adopted nearWnnlilnRton. Mkrch Estimates estimated to be immense. ly one year ago and withdraw from of casualties In the great battle now the German Evangelical Synod of In progress reaching the DrltlMi emThis is the time to hold steady, trust and pray for North America. This is the second bassy, and covering the period up unour boys while they face the fire of the Huns. Louisville church to sever ILs con- til Frldny evening, were that the German totaled at least 150,000, and the nection with the synod. Hrltlch less than 100,000. On the 2Gth Gov. Stanley signed Iindon, March 25. Powerful enemy ll.n.m I. it I.. ...wpnnrlnljK,. T. fWl nill I . ...... .w "-in- -!- nttacks delivered with greut weight of A 1. """l U'l'."l' On Saturday afternoon the regU "ditional Tor tho Auditor's offlce, Infantry and artillery have broken man 7 each of the depart. ular monthly Farmers' meeting and appropriation for the through the British defensive system special conference of directors of U,:C Confederate Home 11,500 and crcat- - west of St. Quentin, the war olllce anCOmL,lCle,,.0nnn ! ,lt. , tho Farmers' Club, was called bv mat win tuny mis nuih in nounces. M. K. Vaughn, for tho purpose of success wll be announced later. The British troops on the northern mn com. jn aC(j of t,rce organizing this community for the The department nuii...i..ui er.j m,M,oncP9 nn(, a bipartisan board portion of the battlefleld arc holding Agricultural Fair in October. appointed are as follows: he Hog their positions. , This Agricultural Fair will be held Department, Whit Moody, Kingston; The British west of St. Quentin are falling hack In good order to positions Jointly with tho Mountain Workers' Sheep Department, Miller Lackey, Very heavy liptitlt); Conference which meets annually Whites Station; Cattle Department,' ,'iitucky legislators and heir further west. tho last week in October, Thcs-- j E. T. Fish. Paint Lick. It. I; Poultry w,vcs wcro &lcsi3 of Gcn' ,Iale al with fresh enemy forces is In progConferences and Fairs have been u Department, H. C. Morgan, llcrca, Cnn'P Zachary Taylor Thursday. ress. The war i.fllce Rtates that there are wonderful inspiration to all who II. I; Farm Crops Department, S. L. Tlle Wncoln Division passed in re- -' prepnred jiosltlons behind the British, vicw ,,eforo 0,0 visitors and a gas havo attended them, and it is great- Haird; Fruit and Vegetable Depart- they are falling back. The Follow-11.- 1; to which ly to bo hoped that the attendant1) menL John I). Goodloe. Jr- - Ilerea. nl,nck was demonstrated. stntement follows : army mess, consisting of salad.j "Heavy fighting continued until late Canning Department, Mrs. ILU'I"? this year will be multiplied fle Morgan, Ilerea, It. I; Ladies' Hand- - cc cream, punch and coffee, tli hours at night on the whole battle times. Tho country surrounding Ilerea work Deiiactment, Joint chairmen, lawmakers visited the rine range, front Diirjtie the afternoon powerful hostile ntfck delivered with great offers a greater opportunity for a Mrs. J. W. llerndon and Mrs. Anna where most of tho activities of weight of Infantry nnd nrtlllery, broke varied Agricultural Fair than any Berea; general chairmen pr warfare were staged, through our defensive system west of of the State. We have of all the committees, M. E. Vaughn,) other section Quentin. College1 Western Kentucky coal operators St.Our troops on this part of the bata cobination of blue grass, creek who can be round in the bottom, and mountain soils. Wo Secretary's olllce at all times, will offered testimony in the complaint tle front ore falling back in good orcan grow successfully in this com answer questions and give informa- - made to the Interstate Commerce der across the devastated area In premunity anything that can be grown, lion concerning the departments. Commission that they were victims pared positions farther west. either in the mountains or (he blue Miller Lackey, Whites , Station, of discriminatory freight rates. The, "Our troops on the northern portion grass of Kentucky. Orchards a Secretary and Treasurer. 11. V. L. & N, the Illinois Central and 1(5.1 of the battle front uro holding their short distance from Ilerea can dis- Spence, Farm Demonstrator, who other lines were named in the com-- 1 positions. "Very heavy fighting with fresh hosplay Winesap apples and Elbertu will bo in the Meld constantly, is lh plaint. The coal operators contend tile forces Is In progress." peaches equal to any grown in the expert advisor on all these subjects, that through rates from Western British Fall Back. Stato. Tho stale records in corn and it is to relieve him of some or Kentucky to Cincinnati and other British troops between the Scnrpo growing, poultry raiding, and pig his rapid accumulating duties, that points and joint rates into Indiana,! and the Olse have fallen back In Michigan and Ohio are unfair an.l pluces, but the British generals had raising are held by the hoys living in this organization was formed. this vicinity; therefore wo should Another great advantage to bo have caused them to be practically foreseen this eventuality, and made In the face bend every effort to have the great- derived from this Agricultural Fair, bankrupt, preparations accordingly. of a great attack It Is not only Imest agricultural display this fall that will lie tho special addresses and possible, but quite unsound to attempt has ever been seen in Kentucky. conferences held for three days hy Th Kentucky General Assembly Tim organization that was per- the leading experts or the Nation, ml tin t rttitil nfliln nnn tf I lit f nillfw! to hold the front line trenches everywhere. ' c plan o havo tho leading fected last Saturday is the moil 'f the legislative history or The lighting was greatest In Intenperfect of its kind we havo ever he country to discuss the latest sessions in l)e com10nwealth. Closing hours sity on two ectors one northwest of had In this part of the istate, and ideas per tailing to agriculture and , boll, lll0 senate and tho House Camhnil and the other southwest. The it is earnestly hoped that every far- country life. Do not forget tho wero n)arked b . mirllM banter, fielding on the northern front was mer and housewife within ten miles time, and begin now to plant your nI)l Harglcourt Is but Jiltle work was ancom-cro- about Bulleeourt, while A bright sun of ilerea will Join in with one of Willi tho view to entering ono vVlshcA , t.mier branch. The Gov-o- r the southern center. these committees and enter one of more departmental contests this Lril0,.( jt is im,ierstood. is wellplcas- - came out at midday and airmen were most active. tho departmental contests. ed with what tho Legislature ac Before they attacked on the sector " complished at its sitting. . .. . between the Canal Du Nord and CONTENTS uere aro a iiuinucr or iniercsting i lollsu ,,n, w reapportioning Ken- on the northern battle front, the news items scattered all through , .lisii-ieu.- i inn Germans for four hours tonothered the this issue relative to tho war which . n., ini ..,nniir., i.nss,..! i.vili..! British with every conceivable form of Secretary; Editorials: PAGE 1. . " . ..... ..... ... 'i.. ,i " . -- I....I..I . ........ ining ai uus nine. General Assembly. The bill was ac hate which a gun could throw. uakcrs wjiponunuy; tiio nin'i" i" iii-iyou reading uncle bain's rood cepted and repassed by both houses Slop.iV The artillery preparation of the Geris On. Advanced Drive mans In the in Acrlcnltiire. Our Own Slain: lessons? after the Scnato hail receded from lines, which ldrive against the British now In progress, Is deNews; U. S. News and World an amendment adopted earlier scribed by those who took part In It You who aro fortunate enough to , ews. wlic, wus opposed violently by tho as tho most violent they ever endured, . i ..!. ...... PA i liepariniL'iiiiii luiiiiiiim. come under the Federal income Tax nepuhlicans of both branches. according to the Dully Mall's federal Income Tax In Hrief law will llo interested in reading oi, on the British front. to Aid page 2 the requirements or tho low. Helglans Forced PAGE 3. "The thing that stnnds out as charFree Books Furnished by the State Wounded Ilriton Also read tho "ad" by tho Derea Na- Germans. acteristic of the lighting up to the why Not Use Thera7 Hides Two Months llehintl Hun tional Hank where you may receive present." says the correspondent, "Is Do you know that u group or llfty that we did so well under the terrific Unci" assistance if necessnrv , Lines. Then Escapes. Continuing tho correspondhooks may lie norroweu u oiu niui Impact." Sam's Food Lessons. Kentucky Library Commission for ent says: iii i.i.M. rr..m ii.n rii..i.. Locals. PAGE 4. or your "It Is estimated that altogether PAGE 5. Ilerea College Honor Itoll. this page (hat Ilerea and cominunl- - Hr community, your club, 1)0 nearly 000.000 Gestionis participated rM to '""y Mountain Agriculture: ty are to have an Agricultural Fair' PAGE 6. The enemy foucht In the offensive. f()I' 8ix ,onllls P"'1 1,10 What to Spray for; Seed Corn. and Convention next October llml. well and his gunners did good service. cost to you is transportation, anything of provlom -- Homo Department: "Sid Soys.' will sunmss with which the guns yo want material on a special The quickness years. Fall in line with tho rest of, Shcrm's Dots. were brought forward Into No Mini's smaJI group of Land after the Infantry had advanced PAGE 7. International S. S. Les them on producing farm products, subject, a book or borrowed for thirty was marked. He had In many places l0k8 may Sermon: Tho Preemi- to disiday nt tho coming fair. son. days. Tho only expense to you will the advantage over us In positions, for Handicraft nent Ono. and he was at all points largely suo I'T0', ,Mf.1 c,'ar81C3'1 The Herea College Honor Poll April First Day for Girls. Write to tho Kentucky Library perior In number. ik... in ii.u iiw. .... Federal lletums. "Upon one corps' front there wus a Frankfort, for full iu- -, Eastern Kentucky New I, Wherever you nolo any change or. Commission, PAGE 8. gun every 15 yards. The strength of f'" 'iiatlon. address won't you bo kind enough Letters. the mortars, which the enemy brouuht to notify The Citizen olllce in order up In such great numbers, sent over Smileagi such an overwhelming weight of Iron thut the boys' addresses may ho Over $11,000 in You hIiouIiI not miss reading what L'. M.I 11,1 In .hll.il Wft talinlll.l llt.V.1 itjuiixiitu Imio i.tm.i l,i Tivill. Ilin llif. and high explosives that In most parts hid Soys in tho Homo Deparline it 10 fu aM(, t.()n.(cl a(ltIrt,ss l0 inakocamis o lieadqunrters ot the Com- - of the front wire censed to bo an obt'10 " t'10 ,,10st 8,,fl11 for Frieiuts .Sson on Training Camp Activities stacle ami trenches were obliterated. I .. . ,iUe".- - . u-nu... ... Many wnnl t() w.Uo 0,.j(l) Washington. These coupons re- f lll0 ,)oy8 Drench Batteries With Ga. already. Haven t you met IIIIIIY semi nnekaues In llm ennuis nn.l If ,.r,.sonl n.ln.Usinn l.i llientricnl "At the same time all of our known mo correct aiiuress is not given mo events at tl;o camps. Soldiers from battery positions were drenched with Although bakers who use los, olfort to help tho boys is wasted. tho smaller towns receiveu tnoir gun, but their gas shells failed to reach books early, because of tho prompt nil of our batteries, nor did they sucthan 3 barrels. of (lour and meal a ....... ... .i I i dui iiiu ivuisur suuirii in is win, i..., response of these places when ceed anywhero in breaking down our uoniii aro uui required to aeuuiu' ood admlsistratiou licenses, a ro- - wu can show him u real Garrison Smileago books wero placed on wire. "At one point where the Germans tent rule gives them the right t.i Nuish by all investing in Liberty sale and in many cases havo used found our wire unbroken they set to llonds. them up. onto under license. work witty scissors yntjl. they bad The Big Drive is On y k ma-hln- u Advanced Steps in Agriculture ,"."" iii-ij- . mod-Ernbe- President Wilson has sent a message of conlldencc and encourageKaiser's Batteries, From Which Shells ment to Sir Douglas Haig, tho EngCharged With Poisonous Fumes lish commander. Tho battlo has Came, Are Successfully Bomnow been raging for several days barded by Pershing Artillery. mid the Germans have not done they expected to do in the Paris, March Jr.. The Germans what time. The losses of lifo have been firing on Purls with have been guns. Shells of millimeters jvery heavy. The Emperor himself reached the capital and suburbs at In- lis in chief command. tervals of n quarter of an hour, killing ten persons anil wounding l.. The Tho American Consul, formerly shortest distance of the German front stationed in Petrograd, sends word from Paris Is over 100 kilometers (02 .that the Germans are about to oc- miles). Measures for ...-- (, ,1... ..tl.. the enemy's cannon have been they have been in easy reach of the. made. old capital anil their entrance will With the American Army in France, not be a surprise. The Ilolsheviki March 23. The Germans launched a have moved to Moscow and that-haheavy gag attack against n certain become tho political center of town In our lines northwest of Tool Russia. t night No wind was blowing nnd the fumes of mustard gns from the shells Just previous to the llnal drive on hung low over the lines for several the western front the Germans made hours. The batteries llrlng the shells were located to the right of lllchecourt open avowal of their purpose of. and our artillery was busy all morning having a treaty that would recognize both annexations ami indemniwith a retaliatory shelling. The town shelled in the gns attack ties. This was a bold assertion of contained n certain number of Ameri- tho militarist party and throws cans. Our nrtlllery dropped n number aside the mask. If the drive fails of large shells Into Joll wood and, after tho German leaders must answer to firing a few minutes, secured direct the liberal clement in their own hits on the target, causing n tremen- country who have opposed such dous explosion, followed by dense col- terms. umns of smoke as a big enemy munitions dump blew up. The first explo Tho Belgians have recovered, to sion was followed by two others less severe. Our shells also made direct la considerable extent, their organi liltN In tlie enemy's first and third line zation and nave once more neon as- -' signed a part in the llnal struggle. trenches. Thev aro located on tho sector that' U. S. Small Gun Snoots Straight The Germans again have had an ex- lies along the coast. King Albert in the Held ample of the accuracy of the lire of our has been constantly guns. An enemy muchlne with his men and has done much lo keep them in spirit and make din emplacement which has been the Americans for the last two them effective at the time of need. days was located und then the battery of "little fellows," as they nre known The Bolsheviki prime minister. ailing the front, got Into action, firing Lenine, seems to have been able to mpld!yv They secured a number of di- keep bold of the situation in Rusrect hits and put the emplacement gun sia. Although not so much disposed crew out of commission. asThese miiiiII guns, which nre about toward resistance as his former are easily sociate, Trotsky, lie is showing the size of a moved from place to place even in the more independence and advocates trenches. They also iecured direct hits tho raising of a new army that will on the junction of communication he of entirely different material and trenches us men were passing nnd Into revolutionary in character. Tho Hie entrance of u dnxout which n num- (American ambassador, Mr. Francis, ber of the enemy were seen to enter , is urging him on and seems willing and from which smoke was issuing. to commit the United Slates to any None of the enemy was seen to come Russian government that will fight. long-rang- e counter-attacking 1 s I . out. Intermittent artillery engagements The decision of the United States, have been hi progress all day, both on our Tool front and In the l.unevllle with consent of the Allies, to take sector, where American troops nre In over tho Dutch merchant vessels training. Three of our patrols reached the enemy's line early In the morning, hut In the brilliant moonlight they were disadds to our tonnage about a million tons. Germany has brought pressure lo bear on Holland to resist this move and the Dutch Parliament expressed violent objection. Tho United States has made it clear that it is not a seizure, but only a loan and sho will bo responsible to return tho vessels or pay for them. ps Crol-sllle- s. ... ,i... ii,iiiv ,, . corre-siHiode- ' '' r' "'' 1 ap-!b- ? i . Reports, based on figures from tho Department of Agriculturo show raaffe u way through, an TnclHenl that January t, 1018, the number of of the methods of fighting In- meat animals in the United States culcated by Frederick the Great All was greater by more than 0,000,000 of this was done under our machine 101 . , lientl than it was January 1. gun Are. of inspections for "A curious fact reported by our air- Tho number men was that tho Germans composing slaughter indicate a decrease in the special obsuult divisions wore new consumption. 'Got on their best clothes uniforms. Tho summary shows tho total for a visit to Paris, commented one ot number of cattlo in tho United " our generals.' States January I, 198, was 00,830.-00- 0, an increase of 1,217,000. Hogs If you don't keep tho homo llrcs Increased .1.781,000 head, or G,7 per burning, tho Kaiser's Hun hordes cent. The increase In sheep wus will start them. Better buy a bond. U'81,000 head, or 2.7 per cent. covered and were driven out by lirlsk machine gun and automatic rille lire. Our Infantry discovered one enemy patrol Inside our wire. These Germans were driven off and It Is believed they suffered casualties. There was Increased aerial activity. The weather wus warm and It was genJapan is still studying tho Siber- erally cleur except for a hoxo which j ian problem but bus not ,yct visibility above the low obscured herself to an invasion. The ground. One machine with an Amerineed does not seem to bo so urcan observer nt Its gnu emptied u gent as appeared some timo ago. stream of bullets into a German airThe question is, however, a very plane, which was observed descending rapidly as (hough In trouble behind live one in Japan. Another object (hat shares In importance with tho our lines. The German machines crossed our Siberian question is a greater preplines last night and circled around, ap- aration against submarines in tho parently seeking out targets which Pacific Ocean which Japan seems to they Intended to bomb, but American expect lo appear at any time. antiaircraft guns kept the enemy so high that no explosives were dropped, John Dillon has been chosen In Colonel Baker Shows Gallantry. succeed John Redmond, recently deCol. John W. Baker, whose home is ceased, as leader of the Irish naIn New Vork state, has been awarded tionalist parly in tho English Parthe French war cross for gallantry In action on the sector cast of l.unevllle. liament. Ho is a man ol e.xperienco Colonel Baker wus cited us "u regi- and ability and the choice is a wiso one, Irish questions mental commander of extraordinary courage und elllclency, which he has will assume a greater importance as displayed several times since his In- tho war draws to a close. fantry regiment has been on the tight-luDuring a number of heavy Hue. OF MEAT ANIMALS IN he directed his men INCREASE bombardments YEAR OVER 6,000,000 with the greatest military skill." com-imittj g ed I'ngo Two. TIIK CITIZEN FEDERAL INCOME Academy Column Normal Column oer Vocational Column erty Hint mnkes nil men Irenl SERGT. MAJ. FLORA SANDES TAXIN BRIEF The Requirements Boiled Down for Busy Folks. Itctums must be Olcl on or before April 1, l'JIS. Tax due may lie paid now or on or before June 1G, 1018. If you nre single anil your net Income for 1017 was $1,000 or more you must file n return. If jou were married and living with wife (or huslmnd) and lind n net Income of $2,000 or more for 1017 you must file a return. Husband's and wife1 Income must be considered Jointly, plus Income of minor children. Income of n minor or Incompetent, derived from n separate estnte, must be reported by his legal representative. Severe penalties are provided for those who neglect or evade the law. For false or fraudulent return there penalty not exceeding $2,000 fine or year's Imprisonment, or both, plus Is a 100 per cent, of tax. For failure to make return on or before April 1, 1018, fine Is from $20 to $1,000, plus CO per cent of tax due. Itcturns must be filed with the Collector of Internal Hcvenue of district In which you live. n An agent may file return for a who Is 111, absent from the country per-Ho- or otherwise Iiunpacltated. lOnch return must be signed and sworn or affirmed by person execut- ion It. Single persons are allowed $1,000 exemption In computing normal tar. A married person living with wife (or husbnnd) Is allowed $2,000 exemption, plus $200 for each dependent child under 18. A head of family, though single, Is allowed $2,000 exemption If actually upportlng one or more relatives. Returns must show the entire amount of earnings, gains and profits received during the year. Ofllelnls and employees arc not taxable on the salaries or wages received from a state, county, city or town in the United States. Interest on state and municipal bonds Issued within the U. S. is from federal Income tax and should be omitted. Interest on United States government bonds Is also exempt, except on Individual holdings of Liberty Fours In excess of $5,000 par value. Dividends nre not subject to normal tax, but must be reported and Included In net Income, Gifts and legacies are not Income and should not be Included on the return of the beneficiary. I.lfc Insurance received as a beneficiary or as premiums paid back at maturity or surrender of policy Is not Income. Payments received for real or personal property sold Is not Income, but the profit realized thereon Is Income for the year of sale. Amounts received In payment of notes or mortgages Is not Income, but the Interest on such notes or mortgages Is taxable Income. From the entire gross Income certain allowances are made In arriving at the net Income. Necessary expenses actually paid In the conduct of business, trade or profession may be claimed. A farmer can claim payments for labor, seed, fertilizer, stock feed, repairs on buildings, except his dwelling; repairs of fences and farm machinery, materials and small tools for Immediate use. The amount of rent paid for a farm muy also be claimed as a tenant farmer's expense. Payments for live stock are allowable If bought for resale. Hut It bought for breeding purposes cattle nre nn Investment, not an expense, and cannot be allowed. A storekeeper can claim amounts paid for advertising, clerk hire, telephone, water, light nnd fuel, also dray-ag- e and freight bills and cost of operating and repairing wagons and can claim cost of his professional supplies, rent, office help, telephone, expense of team or automobile used In making professional calls and expenses attending medical con ventions. A dentist can claim similar Items, except team or uuto expense, which are not necessary In his profession. Kxpenses that urc personal or connected In any way with the support or well being of a person or family are not allowable. The costs of machines, Instruments, vehicles or Implements that aro tnoro A physician monize these attributes with those School, the students as well ns the of love, mercy and compassion; but teachers nnd all connected with tho wo seldom turn tho terms nroun.t department were bubbling over with The Senior Class nnd try to harmonizo His love, mer- enthusiasm. cy nnd compassion with His wisdom, planned a celebration in honor of Justlco nnd truth. Instead of won- the parage of the bill nnd Or. Mdering why a loving, merciful and cAllister's return. Tho entire Norwas present, a compassionate God destroyed tho mal Department Amalekites, why not wonder why a special table being reserved for just, wlso and truo God allowed members of the faculty. A delightthem to go unpunished for so long ful dinner was followed by speeches n time ns ho did? Why does He by Mrs. Ilcrnico Argabright, Miss bear with any of us? Why, espe- Myrtle Teater, Mr. llrnck nowmati. cially, was Ho willing In put all of 'Miss Kniry Settle. Or. McAllister lour sins on His Son, that any might and Miss Howersox. Mr. Harry Waller was toaslmastor, Mrs. believe upon Him and bo saved? . toast In "Hill" was especiTho Amalekites were slnncri-Their cup of iniquity was full nnd ally worthy mention. Dr. McAllisoverflowing. They did not only sin ter told something of his c.xper1-encat Frankfort, in a very enteronce, but hail persisted in tlwir 'sins aJid had become permanently taining way. A lino spirit of loyally fixed in their rebellion and opposi- ,and enthusiasm for the fnturo of tion to God. Hut God's justice, tho Normal Department was the which is ns inherent ns His love, most noticeable features of the occademands that thero bo an end to sion. His mercy. If this were not so, Ho The Hcrca Teachers' Club held a vould not command our respect, admiration nnd love. Moreover, it meeting Monday evening at the vesis necessary for His judgment of a per hour. President Lewis presided. sinful and rebellious race, that il- Miss McDonald gave a reading and lustrations of His awful judgment Dr. McAllister mado a speech on should be at times shown. It is i "Bcrca's Ideals." Another meeting act of mercy that nt times, a to' will bo held enrly in the term. It is should bo punished here, that many planned to issue n monthly bulletin may bo warned of tho soverity of to members of tho Club which will tho punishment, and some saved. contain material of real usefulness And how about Pharoah? In Ex- to tho teachers in their fields of odus, wo find the word "hardened .work. used in reference to his heart many Professor Dix' class in nural limes sometimes we hear that God spent Monday morning in hardened his heart and sometime we hear that he, himself, hardened tho Scaffold Cano school inspecting Gibon, in "Tho Mosaic Kra." tho lino work being done by Mr. il. says: "The two things are really Anderson there. They saw the identical. Pharoah, by his conduct, seed testing work they have testput himself under tho operation or ed over 1,200 cars of corn for the the invariable law, by which, a farmers of that district right in th man's heart becomes harder and school. They inspected tho incubahnrdcr the longer that ho resist tor, which was running at full caDivine grace." We must not think pacity. They looked at tho little that God picked out Pharoah and chicks nlrcady hatched and being said, "I will harden his heart," but cared for in a brooder designed and by the law that "the soul becomes built by Mr. Anderson. They were useless and less and less suscepti- present while Mr. Spenre instructble to the impressions which have ed the club members, the boys and been resisted, with each resistance." tho girls, in their duties. They God hardens the heart of every ono havo there seven clubs as follows: Corn, Tomato, Pig. Poultry. Peanut, that does not yield to Him. But once we have taken His yoke Bean and Potato. upon us. and accepted Jesus ns our pcrsonnl Savior, wo seo God in a PRESENT FOR PRESIDENT truer light than has been possible bofore. Wo find that tho God who has had at times, to show us His sterner side, is willing to show His compassion nnd lovo by giving us n new benrt nltogcther, which means a new will, purpose, spirit, nature in fact, n now Jife. His own Holy Spirit gets possession of n person and in proportion to tho extent to which ho yields nnd surrenders himself to this spirit, ho is enabled to livo a life of victory over sin as it confronts him daily. So let us remember that our God J3 a God that is slower to punish than ho is to pardon. That He rebukes only whero necessary, nnd that He is slow to anger and full of lovo and kindness. Arga-brighes a-Kco-nomi- cs Ono has to forego only n few of Only n few of tin will win the Men who refuse lo buy a Liberty to buy a Hnntl tiro mighty poor excuses for cross of wnr, but nearly nil of us Iho ordinary pleasures Liberty Hond, but Iho man who goos may wear the Liberty button. one's going to Iho front. to tho trenches hazards them nil. When the news ramo Hint the A GOD Of MERCY OUR GOD GIBRALTAR OPEN MEETING It is only natural for us to won- hill had pased which makes posder, if flod is a god of justice, wis- sible tho opening of new doors of Tho Gibraltar Literary Society dom and truth, how wo may har- opportunily to the Heren Normal held Its annual open meeting in I t I Upper Chapel Monday night, March or If wo were nil willing to accept the This is tho largest society in the same "tips" for our daily labor whole Institution, nnd those taking nnd other hardships; part in tno program gave meir vis- If wo all had to como under the iting friends nn excellent, sample of rules, there same standardized the work they nro doing. would bo n maximum of smalt Program men and n minimum of fools; Invocation, Dean Clark. An Increaso In rulers anil a d' Welcome Address, President Robcrease in rules. ench other fair; libThero should ho n world-wid- o erty thnt allows nil men U possess nu equal shnre; There should bo a liberty that mnkes nil men fulfill their offlciid words; There should bo n liberty that prohibits the cunning from shearing tho "ensy bird." erts. j An Orignnl Story, '. weeks earlier." litllo friends, depends upon tho Affirmative, Hen Cochran You's and Mo's. Negative, Glenn Mobley Two-face- d Photography Sergt. MaJ. Flora Sandea, who wai nil men cannot live without I'.ugono Houk, John D. Combs Since working, thoy should all have to wounded while fighting la the Serbian "Your Picture and Mine" army, receiving therefor the Serbian work tho same; V, C. medal, photographed while cell. Hrndly Dixon Oration tho abolishing Ing programs at the war exhibition at Tills would lead to "America Tomorrow'' s, and decrease the Durllngton house, London, (a aW of of Song, America Audience poor and tho lamo; the British Red Cross. Normal Column It would increaso the poor man's Inrdcr, nnd decrenso tho rich man's Not Unhealthy Climate. THE BROTHERHOOD Of MAN wealth; There seems to be nn Impression By Alva Rtco country Aiul would lead to a lovo of abroad that the cllmnte of the DominiTho greatest dream that could pcr- thai has nover been heard of or can republican Is hot, humid nnd tho world is the dream of vado While the climate of this felt. brotherhood; republic Is troplcnl, It Is pfeasnnt nnd But just how far that drcajn has Although It In very warm salubrious. reached to my sad cars hns not during the middle of the dny, the temAlertness for Mental Scuffle. been prenched. Wit sharpens wit. livery mnn that perature even In smnmer seld'k For how could f, n litllo lad, who hns been compelled to converse with reaches PO degrees FnhrenhMt.nnd longs for good, but sees tho bad, his fellows knows the Joys of being nights nt nil rensons are cool nnd thought nble to parley and pnrry mental sal plensnnt. The cllmnte Is tempered by Interpret such a world-wid- e peonlo yet un- lies. Quick action nwils room. You the trade winds, which Mow almost with tho mass of enn't havo It when your attics full, continuously during the day, tnd at taught mounnight the land breeze from Unskilled in language, unlearned in says a writer. Heraovo everything tains is equally refreshing. tli thnt does not add to your working books? stock and there will be mental room Will Appear In Persoa, There should bo no liberty thnt al- nnd nlertncwt for any scuffle. The fact The few unhappy experlrarats ot lows a man lo remain in his prim thnt you are challenged puts you on Seeing you rendy for having the hero nnd heroine of the your metal. itive stale; mental combat stirs others to the sntne picture appear In person, nnd In the perThero should be no liberty that end. And thnt's good for the world. Is mits a man to cat breakfast at There's too much taking things as same costume, would show thut It wiser to keep our farorltesi within half-pa- st eight; they come for the best progress. We their frames as works f art I saw Thero should bo no liberty that al- need a little more getting things lined a film fnTorite who appeared grandly When heroic In his picture, but who, when lows a man to treat his neigh-bo- r up for the best effectiveness. unjust: tho nttlc's clear you can take opiKir-tunlt- he stepped uton the since to make by the forelock nnd turn him his personal appearance. In the ImThero should be no liberty thnt arch permits a man to let his brain or where you will. When you nre clogged mensity 6f the proscenium with too much lumber you have to looked like a canceled portage stamp. musclo rusL leave that to others. It doesn't pay. Hob llagncr, In Saturday Evening lib Thero should bo a world-wid- o Post poor-housey nbouL how ulail wo nil shall be; Quartette For il is then nnd then alone that Music K. 0. Hrnleher A Prophecy wo shall nil bo free; "In His Dreams" Hut until man changes in his hear:, Debate, "Resolved: Thnt Berea that condition can never bo. should closo school nt len.st live For tho change of tho world, my Hugh Mobley "Our Greatest Unolo" When world-wid- o liberty comes tP DOGE BROTHER! MOTOR. CAR Sales arc frequently influenced by the bright, fresh finish of the enrs after two years or more of use. 3 ac Q D trucks. or less permanent In character are not allowable as an expense. They nre Investments. Interest paid on a mortgage or other personal Indebtedness Is allowable on it personal return. All taxes paid within the year can bo taken out on n federal return, except federal Incomo taxes, Inheritance taxes and assessments for local Improvements. Losses sustained In business or through tire, storm or shipwreck or by theft, except when compensated by Insurance or otherwise. Wear and tear of rented buildings or machinery used In business may be claimed. You can ulso claim the amount paid to the Ited Cross and to other charitable, religious or educational orga QaU of to the extent of 13 your net lucoine. doubt, everybody in uerca, has had a spiritual awnkening dur-in- g tho meetings nnd everybody ha? profited by them. No ono should now allow himself to go back int tho rut that thoy wero in before the meetings, but should keep their ro- -j ligion up lo tho standard recently attained. This will bo harder for tho now converts to do than thoso who have been in tho fold a longer time. Tho best nntidoto for that lassitude that will como upon us is work, not temporal but spiritual. To work for Christ at every opportunity and to do our best in that work is our duty. Tho older Christ- -i inns should work with tho recent converts to keep them strong in tho new resolvo thnt they hnvo recently tnken. Tho youngor Christinas should onler into ovory Christian activity possiblo and go into th.s work with honrt, body and soul. It is only that way thnt your fnilh enn keep fresh. No work all-ste- 0 Given ordinary care they glisten like new. The enamel is baked on the body. el a D a m a Ueuutiful bronze staute which Is to bo presented to President Wilson by New York Itulian. Tho statuo Is about three feet high and weighs almost 400 pounds. A duplicate Is to be sent to the king of Italy. will pay you to visit us and examine this car a a w The gasoline consumption is unusually The tire mileage Is unusually high. low. a a m a D Sedan or Coupe, $1330; Winter Touring Car or Koadtter, $1030; Touring Car, Koadster or Commercial Car, $883 ; (All prices I o. b. Detroit.) pr lza-tlo- n Old Form of Investment The oldest Investment tho world knows Is tho real estate mortgage. Twenty-onhundred years beforo Christ, In ancient Ilabylon, money was lonned on mortgages. These mortgages wero recorded on bricks and preserved In great earthenwnro Jars that wero sunk In tho earth. They were dug up Dread and Newspapers. nftcr they had reposed thero 3,300 Wo must have something to eat and years, imito evidence of this most antho papers to read. Kverythlng else wo cient form of luvustment. can give up. If wo live In u small way, New Vegetable Wax From Ecuador. there are ut least new drosses and bon nets nnd everyduy luxuries which wo From prehUiorle times tho Indians can dispense with. If tho young zou- of Huuudor huvf utlllxcd n vnx found ave of the family looks smart In Ids on curtain fcpeclu of tall palms for now uniform, Its recpectnhlo head Is making candles, ways tho Scientific content, though ho himself grow seedy American. This wax occurs on the late In the season. tree trunks In granular fnriu, with treo ns u cnrawny-umbe- l He will cheerfully culm the perturbed furnishing nbout fifty oiitids. The imp of Ids old beaver by patient brush- tree grow In greul imtnlwrK on the ing In place of buying n now one, If mouiiUilim along the count. Sumples only tho lieutenant's jaunty cap Is of this wnx uere scut to France nnd what It should be. Wo nil tnko u prldo Germany, from which oomilrlos favorIn Bharlng tho epidemic economy of tho able reports mic nn offer of 10.5 cents tlire. Only bread and tho newspaper a pound wero reculved. we must have, whatever else wo uoi I without Oliver Wendell Holmes. o S a m m m a m o m a 3 m 5 m 3 3 m a m 9 a m a m a BEREA MOTOR CAR CO. Cornelius Bldg. Bcrca, Ky. s 9 o oiaaaioaootQ DUiUl,, "- ,lll,r.ilU''J"c"n i ' March 28, g8. enys: (On file In THE CITIZEN state department.) HIS ONLY CHANCE. Pnitn Tliren BELGIANS FORCED TO AID GERMANS Kaiser's Officers Showed Open Disregard of International Law. WORKMEN SEIZED AS SLAVES Cardinal Mercler Moved to Bitter Con demnatlon of Actt of German Authority-, Which Aroused Detes tatlon of Christendom. Contrary to rules laid down by the Hague convention, and all principles of civilized warfare, German authorities forced Belgians to aid them in the prosecution of the war. The committee on public information gives the facts concerning these atrocious deeds in a pamphlet recently math public, from which we take the following; October 12, 11)15, tin- - "Then, In August. Von Hlndcnburg wns nppolnted to the supremo com innnd. He Is said to hnve criticized Von Hissing's policy ns too mild; Ihero wns n qunrrel; Von Hissing went to Ilerlln to protest, threatened to resign, but did not. He relumed, nnd n German official here said that Ilelglum would now be subjected to it more terrible regime would learn whnt war was. Tho prophecy has been vindicated. Recently I wns told that the drastic measures lire rcnlly of Ludendorfs Inspiration; I do not know. Many German officers soy so." If Von Missing had opposed tho policy of deportation when his own Judgment wns overruled, he consented to become (he "devil's ndvocnlo" and dey fended the system In public. Instructive Is the following conversation reported by Mr. F. O. F.spe-elnllWnl-cot- WOUNDED BRITON HIDES TWO MONTHS BEHIND Thigh HUN LINES, THEN ESCAPES Shattered, Him Takes Refuge in Shell Hole and Enemy Believes Crawls Across Trench and No Man's Land DeadHe to English Position Many Stories of Brave Deeds on Battle Front in France. He It was nn old situation. Mother went throiiih the pantry, nnd found that son bud been nt the layer cake. Mho sltlied. assumed her severe look, and went hack Into the living room. "Itobert." she snld. "didn't I tell you DeInformation Service U. not to touch thnt cake without asking (Special partment of Agriculture.) S. permission? And didn't I tell you thnt CHOOSE YOUR FOOD WISELY. you couldn't hnve any coke Just beforo Uncle Sam's Food Lessons "I went to Ilelglum to Investigate, conditions, nnd while there I had op portunlty to tnlk one dny with Governor General Von Kissing, who died three or four weeks ngo, n man ... or seventy-tw- o seventy-thre- e years German author- ities took n tone Mrp In the dovclop-i- r nt of their policy of forcing the Belgian to nld them In prosecuting the wnr. The decree of thnt date reveals the mnttcr nnd openly discloses n con tempt for International law. "Artlclo 1. Whoever, without reason, j O refuse to undertake or to continue work suitable to his occupation, nnd In uio execution oi which ine iniiiiiiry administration Ik Interested, such work being ordered by one or more of the military commander, wilt lie liable to Imprisonment not exceeding one year. He may also ho transported to Ger-man- y. "In yoking Belgian Inws or even In ternntlomil con "ntlons to the contrary, cnu, la no case, justify the refusal to work. "Artlclo 2. Any person who liy force, 111 rents, persuasion, or other meuns attempts to influence another to refuse work us pointed out In Article 1, Is liable to the punishment of Imprison ment not exceeding Ave years. "Article 3. Whoever knowingly by meuns of nld given or In any other way abets a punishable refusal to work, will bo liable to a maximum lino of 10,000 mnrks, and In addition may bo condemned to n year' Imprisonment. "If communes or associations hnve rendered themselves guilty of such un offense the bends of the communes will be punished. "Article 4. In nddltlon to the penal ties stated In Articles 1 nnd 3, the Ger man uuthorltles may, In case of need, Duposa on communes, where without reason, work has been refused, a tine or other coercive police measures. "This present decrco comes Into force Immediately. old. n man steeped In the 'system,' born nnd bred to the hardening of the henrt which thnt philosophy develops. There ought to be some new word coined for the process thnt n mnn's henrt undergoes when It becomes steeped In that system. "I said to him, 'Governor, whnt nre you going to do If Knglund nnd France stop giving these peoplo money to purchase food?' Von Bluing Relied on Starvation. "Ho said, 'We hnve got thnt nil worked out nnd hnve hnd It worked out for weeks, because we have expected this system to break down at nny time.' "He went on to say, 'Starvation will grip these people In thirty to sixty days. Starvation Is n compelling force, nnd we would use thnt force to compel the Belgian worklngmen, many of them very skilled, to go to Germany to replace the Germans, so that they could go to the front nnd fight against the Kngllsh nnd the French.' "Dor Etnppelnspektour, "VON UNGKIt, "GcneralleutnanL "Ohent, October 12, 1015." "Slavery," Said Cardinal Mercler. Curdlnnl Herder's brief comment Is ns follows: "The Injustice and arbi trariness of this decree exceed all that could be Imagined. Forced labor, collective penalties nnd nrbltrnry punishments, nil are there. It Is slavery, neither more nor less." Cnrdlnnl Herder was In error, for the Oerman authorities were nble to Imagine a much more terrible measure. In October, 1010, when the need for nu additional lnlxir supply In Germany had becomo urgent, the German government established the system of forced labor and deportation which has aroused the detestation of Christendom. The render will not be misled by the clumsy effort of tho German authorities to mask tho real purpose of the decree. "I. Peoplo nblo to work may bo compelled to work oven outside the place whero they live, In enso they hnve to npply to tho chnrlty of others for the support of themselves or their dependents on account of gambling, drunkenness, loafing, unemployment or Ols Idleness. "II. Hverv Inhabitant of tho country nder nsslstunco In case bound i general danger, and ulso accident to give help In ensu of public calamities as for us ho cun, even outsldo the plnco whero ho lives; In case of refusal he may be compelled by force. "III. Anyone called upon to work, under Articles I or II, who shall refuse tho work, or to contlnuo nt tho work assigned him, will Incur tho penalty of Imprisonment up to threo years nnd of u lino up to 10,000 mnrks, or ono or other of theso penalties, unless n severer penalty Is provided for by tho laws In force. "If tho refusal to work has been made In concert or In agreement with several persons, each nccompllco will bo sentenced, ns If ho were n ringleader, to nt least n week's Imprison. "IV. Tho German military uuthorltles nnd mllltury courts will enforce tlio proper execution of lids decree. G15N- Till. QUAltTHUMASTHlt F.UAL. SAUHI.It5.WKIG. "Great Headquarters, 3d October, 1010." Military Rulera Responsible. Tho responsibility for this atrocious program rests upon tho military rulers of Gcrmuny, who had labored so ienl ously to Infect tho army nnd tho peoplo with tho principles of ruthless- ness. it is stgnincnni mui me uuvruu of October 3, 1010. followed bard upon tho elevation of Illndonburg to tho supremo command with Ludendorf ns his chief of staff. In his long report of Jnnunry JO, 1017, Minister Whltlock deportation." ment. own people."' "It wns n perfectly simple, direct,-franreasoning. It meant that the German government would use nny force In the destruction of nny people not Us own to further Its own ends." Frederick C. Wnlcott, In National Geographical Magazine, Mliy, 1017. A brief general view of the character of tho deportations can perluips be gnlned best from the report of Minis ter Whltlock. 'The deportations begnn In October In the Ktnpe, nt Ghent, and at Ilruges, ns my brief telegrams Indicated. The policy spread; the rich industrial districts of Hnlnniilt, the mines and steel works nbout Chorlerol were next attacked; now they nre seizing men In Ilrnbnnt, even in Brussels, despite some Indlcntlons nnd even predictions of the civil nuthorltles thnt the policy wns nbout to lie nlmndoned. The etnpes were tho parts of Ilelglum under martial law, nnd included the province of western Flanders, pnrt of eastern Flanders, nnd the region of Tournnl. Tho remainder of the occupied part of Ilelglum was under civil government. Pitiable and Distressing Scene. "During the Inst fortnight men hnve been Impressed here In lirussels, but their seizures hero are made evidently with much greater care than In the provinces, with more regard for tho nppeurnnccs. There wns no public announcement of tho Intention to deport, but suddenly about ten duys ago certain men In towns whose names aro on the list of chomcurs received summons notifying them to report nt ono of the rnllwny stations on n given dny ; pennltles were fixed for failure to respond to the summons and there wus printed on the card an offer of employment by tho German government, either In Germany or Ilelglum. On the first dny put of about 1,500 men ordered to present themselves nt tho Onre du Midi nbout 750 responded. Theso were examined by Germnn physicians nnd 300 wero taken. There wns no disorder, u largo forco of mounted Uhlans keeping back tho crowds and barring access to tho station to nil but thoso who had been summoned to uppenr. The comhils-slo- n for relief In Ilelglum hnd secured permission to glvo to ench deported man n louf of bread, and some of tho communis provided warm clothing for thoso who had none and In addition n small financial allowunce. As by ono of tho Ironies of life tho winter has been more excessively cold than Ilelglum has over known It, and whllo many of thoso who presented themselves wero adequately protected against tho cold, many of them were Tho men shivwithout overcoats. ering from cold nnd fear, tho parting from weeping wives nnd children, tho barriers of brutal Uhlans, all this mudo tho sceno u pltlablo and distressing one. "It was understood that tho seizures would contlnuo hero In lirussels, but on Thursday last, u bitter cold day, thoso that had been convoked wero sent homo without examination. It is supposed that tho severe weather lias moved tho Gcruuans to postpone the tntlon could enrry them, we would transport thousands of others that would be fit for agricultural work, across Kuropo down Into southeastern Kurope, Into Mesopotamia, where we have huge, splendid Irrigation works. All that land needs Is water and It will blossom like the rose. "Tho wenk remnlnlng, the old nnd tho young, we would concentrate opposite the firing line, nnd put firing squads bock of them, nnd force them through that line, so that the Kngllsh and French could take aire of their "As fast as our railway trnnspor What Is regarded ns one of the inosi veloped almost into a marksman, firastounding stories of the wnr Is told ing from his left shoulder. Although by I'rlvnle .1. Taylor, of the London he Ik still obliged to use crutches, be regiment, who hits received a distin- expects to recover the use of both guished conduct medal, l'rlvate Tny limbs. Sergeant Captures Fifteen Men. lor's own story, ns told In the London So many stories of brave deeds come Kxpress, Is ns follows: "It wns during one of the nttneks on from the buttle fronts that It Is diffipart of the Illlidenliurg line on June cult for the staffs to select the heroes 1(1 last year." he said. "We had gone most entitled to military honors. A over the top two companies together, New York Herald correspondent has following up a successful nttnek mane gone through n record of the most In the same direction on the previous recent nwurds nnd chosen the followdav. This time we were met by n ing ns worthy of special newspnper terrific enemy lire, nnd our fellows mention : Sergeant A. W. Ilennett, of Fast Surwere dropping like ninepins. I wns n stretcher hearer, and I was trying to rey, led the first wnve of an nttncklng pntch up one of our men who wns party with grent gnllnntry nnd dash to down, when I wns knocked out myself tho first objective, capturing fifteen of by the bullet which fractured my the enemy and killing mnny more. He then took command of the party nnd thigh. led them to their second objective Behind Enemy's Trench. "After thnt I remembered nothing where he killed nn ofllcer nnd several for some hours. It mny have been n men. During the withdrawn! of the day or It may have, been two when I raiding party he showed a fine examrecovered consciousness, with n parch- ple to his men, and withdrew them ns ing thirst anil a great sense of weari- If on parade, although subjected to severe rifle fire. ness nnd pain. Private J. W. Hnrker, Hoyol Scots that we "I discovered afterword must have passed beyond our objec- Fusiliers A bomber was shot close to tive, and we were therefore behind the him, nnd two of the bombs In his pouch enemy's trench nnd support trench nt were Ignited, llnrker pulled open the this point. Ills front trench hnd been man's pouch nnd threw both bombs taken on the previous day, and these away, when they Immediately explodhe now occupied were not bucked lip ed. He was dressing the wounded by others, but had open country be- man nt the time, nnd Ids nctlon saved hind them. I did not know nt the time, mnny of his comrades. Stand on Live Grenade. however, thut I was behind the enCorp. T. W. Allison, Northumber emy's line ut all. I managed to crawl Into a lnrgn shell hole nenr at hand, Innd Fusiliers When his officer wns severely wounded nnd lying under Are and lay there another day and night. "Then a comrade, n man mimed Pe- he went bnek nnd sheltered him with ters. Joined me. He also had been his body at grent personal risk until It wounded, but could move more freely. wus possible to move him to n plnce He had found shelter In another hole of safety. No praise can lie too great for this splendid net of devotion. nenr by. Private F. Nowell. Uoyul Scots He "We could tell the position of our own trenches fairly accurately by wns prepnrlng to fire n rifle grennde watching the lire of the trench mor- when nn enemy shell burst, knocked tars, which seemed nbout n thousand the rifle out of his hand nnd cnused yards away. I wns In too much pain the grennde to fall out. Calling to the and too wenk to move. We lny to- men nenr to get clear, he put his foot gether nil ilny In the hole expecting on the grenade wblch exploded nnd every minute nlinost to be hit, and at blew off his foot. Ily this net ho snved night Peters crept out nnd foraged the lives of nn officer and five men. Private T. H. Seel, Northumberland among the dead for scraps of bully beef and 'Iron rations' nnd wnter from regiment While carrying n messnge their bottles. After n few dnys, merci- from brlgndc bendqunrters to n forfully It begun to ruin, and by spread- ward station was badly wounded In the ing our caps nnd n sheet we collected bend nnd both legs by n shell within drops of muddy water, which Just kept 500 yards of his destination. He crawled the rest of the wny nnd de us alive. livered the dlspntches. Lived In Hiding for Five Weeks. Private C. F. I'assoe, Xtnnchester "This sort of existence lasted for about live weeks. Then one night regiment Accompnnled by another Peters went nut nnd did not return. I soldier he went 200 yards to n detached have learned since that he wns tnken post to bring In n wounded mnn. They dressed the wounds and carried the prisoner. "It wns the following night thnt the man 700 yards acrosR the open In broad Germans, evidently rendered suspicious daylight, In spite of rlile fire, machine gun tire from nn alrplnne nnd the by the capture of Peters, came out three of them to the hole whero I ground, nnd sniping, ns well ns heavy wns lying. I lny perfectly still. One shell fire during the concluding 100 of them lifted my leg, luckily not the yards of their Journey. Aviator Saves Men In Boat. one thnt wus broken, or I should probPioneer W. T. Smith Itoynl Flying ably have cried out. They seemed corps As gunner In nn airplane he satisfied nnd went away. "I was now left without help In get- shot down nn enemy machine, but his ting food or drink. During the next own pilot was then wounded and fell fortnight I eked out the small remains forward Insensible on the control lev of bully beef; then for two days I had er. Smith climbed forwnrd along the nothing. It was then, feeling thnt 'plane, pulled the pilot off the lever. nothing worse could happen to me nnd got tho innchlnc under control. that I resolved to crawl toward our The pilot partly recovered nnd Smith remained standing on the side of the own lines. "It wus an Inky block night when I body of tho machine shouting words started. I had gone some distance of encouragement to him. The mn when unexpectedly I enme on the Ger- chlno wns eventually landed without man trench. I could have put out my much damage. Agents of the Ilrltlsli nnd Foreign hand nnd touched thn men. The trench, n deep, narrow one, wns light- Sailor's society tell n thrilling story of ly held, nnd It would hnve been Im- n French nlrmnn's quick nnd heroic possible for mo with my broken leg to nctlon In saving life. Several Ilrltlsli have climbed out of It again, even had sailors wero In nn exhausted condition In nn open boat, hnvlng been on n torI not been seen and seized. I managed to crawl a It t to distance nlong pedoed steamship, when n French flyer, nppnrently, to ii quiet point, nnd then, summoning coming from nowhere up all the strength I could, Hung my- swooped down close to lilm nnd dropself across. The Iloches neither saw ped n llfo belt. On It wus n slip o'f paper with this message: nor heard. "Cheer up. lads, I'm going for help." Reaches British Advance Position. He vanished In n Jiffy. Flvo hours 'The next thing I knew I was In their wire, and how I scrambled hitter u ship he hnd summoned nrrlved through I do not know. I wus n mass und rescued tho drifting men who of cuts nnd blood nnd rags when It could hnve survived but a few hours wns over. I crnwied on ncross No longer. Tho name of the French aviMan's Laud, and presently wus against ator was never learned. more wire. It did not occur to me at FOUR SONS FOR SERVICE the tlmo that It was British wire, nnd I was dead bent. Just then n Very light shot up beside me, and In its Mother Wants One Left Out of Draft Hash I saw au unmistakable Ilrltlsli to Her. face the other side of tho wire. I Mrs. Norn Genrln of St. Louis ap shouted 'Don't shoot; I'm ti Tommy I' peared berore the district draft board A sergetint culled out to know who I tho other day and nsked for exemption wus; then three of them lifted me for a son who had been placed In class over the wire. No. 1. "My darling Jimmy Is In Franco with "I must have been a sight ; nu clothes, starved almost to the bone, Pershing, Danny und George nro at bearded, .filthy; but the men wero Camp Funston. and now they've put nmuzed to see mo nt all. They wero Leo nnd Dennis, tho only two I have nn iidvnueed 'machine gun post, nnd left. In tlrst class. I nm willing to let had been watching me crawling ono of thum go, but can't you fix It so toward thum, ready to pick m olT ut ono of the Imls cun stay homo?" tho right inonmnf. The hoard took tho case under ad 'They told mo It wns a bank holi vlsomont, but Judge Spencer, tho chair-mnday I should remembor, and from Hut remarked Informally thut ono of I learnt thnt It wns August. I had lost Mrs. Gear In's lads woulil stay homo It nil count of tho duys." ho hud to hronk every draft regulation Private Taylor Is a slunk' "'' about on tho book to nrrtingo It. twenty-live- , and buforo the wnr worked In n factory In London. 1U wns seven Built Straw Home for $270. tlmiM rejected for tho army owing (o A straw homo, built by n Colorado the fact that ho Is blind In thw rlnht fanner, near Dunvor, cost $270. The oye, hut us he wiu otherwise lit It farmer usd baits of straw for tho succeeded ut Inst In evading the sight wulls, covered than, with cement und test by u feat of memory and has de topped them with a shingle roof. 1 n, meal tlmo?" "Ycs'm." "Then why did you take some enke without asking permission?" "Ilecnusc I wanted some enko Just before meal time." Ills argument wns flawless, whntcver Is snld nbout Ids obedience. Study These Five Food Groups. Every food you ent mny bo put Into ono of these groups. Knch group serves a speclnl purpose In nourishing your body. You should choose somo food from ench group dally. 1. Vegetables and fruits. 2. Milk, eggs, fish, meat, cheese, beans, peas, peanuts. Old Treasures. 3. Cereals cornmeal, oatmeal, rice, Visitor You must have saved old things for yenrs to make that lnrgo rag bread, etc. 4. Sugar, sirups, Jelly, honey, etc. bag. 5. Fats butter, margarine, cottonKlderly Friend Denr me, yes. Why, there's my confirmation frock, and seed oil, olive oil, drippings, suet You can exchange ono food for nn dress, nnd thcru's my golng-nwnthere's my mauve "poplin of tho Paris other In the same group. For example, exhibition. They've all somo wenr In oatmeal mny bo used lnstend of wheat nnd eggs, or sometimes benns, lnstend them yet I" London Opinion. of meat; but oatmeal cannot be used lnstend of milk. Use both oatmeal nnd A SQUARE DEAL milk. Ynu need some food from eitch group every day DON'T SKIP ANY. ' y I ' c "Looky here, we hes got ter dls chicken fair." "Dat'B right, pard. Now, I nln't hnd nuthln' ter eat for free days, nn' youse oln't had no sleep fer t'ree nights, so I'll take do pullet fer me brcakfas', nn' youse take de feathers, spread 'em on dot ole plunk, an' pcrcecd tew Injoy der-vld- yersclf." Never Satisfied. The man who sighs for the bygone day When a barefoot boy he ran, In the grownup lad who used to say: "Geel I wish I was a man.l' The Right Place. He Miss Prim won't tell whether sho Is engaged or noL She Intimates thnt both Bob nnd Ilnrry hnve proposed to her, but that at present she enn't make up her mind about their respective merits and so Is on the fence. She Tho cat! Progress. i 'Tel! me. this play." In n few words, tho plot of quite understand." "Well, in other words. It's tho story of a social climber." And He Got "Wushtub, limousine, duke." 'That's a little too brief. I don't Suitor (courting sister) I'll glvo you a dime If you'll run nway and play. Jimmy Certainly not I If It's worth a dime to get rid of me It's worth a quarter to see what you're going to do. A Gentle Hint do ndmtrc the little waves ; thcy'ro so uffectlonntc. George Affectlonato?" Mnbel Yes; they're always kissing tho sand. It Here nre the reasons why you need tho five groups: Fruits and vegetables furnish somo of the material from which the body Is mndo nnd keep Its mnny parts working smoothly. They help prevent con stlpntlon which gives you headaches and makes you stupid. The kinds you choose depend upon the season, but thnt the chenper ones nre often ns valuable as tho more expensive. Milk, eggs, fish, meat, peas, beans. These help build up the growing body parts. Thnt Is their and renew used-umnln business. Dried pens nnd beans make good dishes to use In place of meat part of the time, but don't leave out the other foods entirely. Milk Is the most Importnnt. Buy nt least a pint a dny for every member of your family. No other food can take Its Savo on meat If plnce for children. you must, but don't skimp on milk. Cereals. Dread nnd breakfast foods. These foods net ns fuel to let you do your work, much ns the gasoline burning in an automobile engine makes tho cor go. This you can think of as their chief business. And they nre usually your cheapest fuel. Besides, they give your body some building material. Don't think thnt wheat bread Is the only kind of cereal food. The government asks us to save wheat to send nbrond to our soldiers nnd the allies. Let the North try the Southern corn brend nnd the South the oatmeal of the North. Half the fun of cooking Is In trying new things. An oatmeal pudding Is delicious. Sugar and Sirups nre fuel, too, and they give flavor to other foods. They are valuable food, but many people ent more of them than they need. Sweet fruits, of course, contain much sugnr and are better for tho children than candy. Fat Fat Is fuel. Some Is needed especially by people. Remember that expensive fats are no better fuel thnn chenp ones. Use drippings. Don't let your butcher keep the trimmings from your ment. They belong to yon. Children need some butter fat. Give It to them In plenty of whole milk or In butter. 1 Remember the Five Groups. p hard-workin- g SCHOOLS AID FOOD CAMPAIGN Mabel I Uncle Sam's Bureau of Education Reports Prompt Response by Pupils to Nation's Need. Tho response of many city school departments to the need for the production nnd conservation of food In the United States has been prompt nnd efficient, nccordlng to Uncle Sam's ' TERRIBLE bureau of educntlon. Thirty-fou- r dty school superintendents hnvo reported n total of 07,388 children engaged In the cultivation of homo vegetable gardens. "now'd you like to bo a flrcmnnJ They has a suapl" "Yes; but not fer mine. I saw a flrcuinu git soaked wld wuter wunst" "I'll al,L look A Job came round his way, Ho cave one look and turned his bead And looked the other way. nomic und educational value. Tho work should be Intensified and Incorporated ns u part of tho school program In every dty and town of tho United States. Gurdenlng under the direction of n wcll-trulne- d "During the coming year tho need for the production of food will bo greater thnn ever, nnd profiting by our experience, wo should train tho children under our care to Increase their production und render n greater service to our country," says a bulletin of tho bureau. "During tho period of the wnr mnny Individuals nnd agencies are giving voluntarily of both tlmo nnd money In the campaign for tho production nnd conservation of food. With tho return of normal times thli voluntary taxation will bo lurgely withdrawn. has demonstrated Its ecoSchool-directed home-gardeni- Another Look. for work." a man once I Marital Assent "I hnvo Just met your wife, sir, nnd sho Is u dear creature." "Don't I know It? I hnvo Just been paying some of her bills." Evidence. Weary Ho No mutter what happens to Wllllo Dowuunout ho ulways has, tho outwurd sign of spirit. Drears Dan Yes ; his noso showa It A Lot Said Sotto ' community In money mnny times tho cost of tho work. Tho hnlf of our populutton that lives In cities should In so fur us posslblo, be taught to grow Its own food that In any future crisis that may como to tho United Stutes tho lack of knowledge nnd ability to produce food shall not be a national weakness." Kissing Always Popular. Kissing wus oucu u dangerous game to pluy In England. Thus In 1C0O v read thnt Jacob Murllne and Sarah Tuttle wero prosecuted for "aettlns down on a cheste togothar, Ids arms about her wuste and hor arms around his uecke, and continuing In that sinful position about half an hour, In which tlmo bo klsswl htr and she kissed him, or they kissed one another, as ye wit nesses testified," teacher returns to the Voce. "I suppose," wild Heck, "your wlfo alwuys has tho lust word." "Vn" ronlliul l.wV "l.iif has the last word that's spoken uloud." Pngc Four. THB CITIZEN GRADED SCHOOL NOTES E. F. Dlzney, Principal Miss Dean is still in Indianapolis, COMMISSIONER'S SALE I W. T. B. Williams A Sons, Plaintiffs EH March .28, 10IH. vs. Baker, etc. Defendants Under and by vlrtuo of a Judgment an order of salo entered In tho NEWS OF BERKA AND VICINITY, OATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES above styled cause by tho Madison Circll Court at its February Term 1018, the undersigned will on April I, 1018, same being county Court Day. House for rent and somo lots for in front of tho Court Houso Door in Ad, sale. Dr. S. ft. Baker. Richmond, Kentucky, at the hour of William J. Eccles, of the class of It A. M, expose to public salo to the 1018, writes from 50.1 Y. M. C. A highest and best bidder, the followWashington. I). C, that ho is in the ing described property, to mako the Berca, Ky. Naval Aviation Corps and stationed Bank & Trait Bldf. sum of $1011)5, being the debt inat the U. S. Naval Observatory of terest and cost ordered to bo made. that city. Said property is described as follows : Fish's Millinery Opening, Friday 30. A certain lot or parcel of land in Scientific horso shooing, line Iron and Saturday. March 20 and (Ad-3tho City of Berca, Ky and hounded work and repairs of all descriptions Mrs. II. V.. Wharton and liltlo son. ns follows: Beginning at a slake nt the College Blacksmith Shop, on the West side of Boone Street, Marion James, of Huntington, W. Main Street, north of Tho Citizen 1. Va- - visited Mr. and Mrs. Benton corner to Charles Burdette, thence nd. Office, week. Mrs. Wharton north with Boono Street 034 feet Fielder last to a stnko corner to the Smith propwas a former student hero and will Wo SELL hats and sell thorn right. be remembered as Miss Hettie Hollo erty, thenco west with Smith's line ad. Brookshiro. Mrs. Laura Jones. to a stake in Sally A. Davis line, Early creations in beautiful spring Progress Club War Fund Sale. thenco south with her lino 03 feet millinery. A look at theso inviting to n corner to C. H. Burdette, thenco Cakes, Pies, Breads, Candies and and bewitching creations will nrl Salads. Patriotic Hungry Citizen, with his lino 147 feet to the beginy, ns a strong reminder that spring comu to Mrs. Baker's store on ning. (Ad-3- 0' is right around tho cornor. Flsh'j TERMS. Said property will bo sold March 30th. Ad-3- 8 on a credit of six months, the purH. E. Dcmmon. a Vocational gradThe Progress Club met Thursday uate of 1018. is now holding a govNOTICE TO TEACHERS chaser being required to execute afternoon at tho home of Mrs. S. It. ernment job as chief clerk to the Teachers desiring to teach in He- bond payable to the commissioner Haker on Prospect street. Clerk of the Local Board for tho rea Public Graded School should bearing interest at tho rato of six Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Wyatt re- Parish of Jefferson Davis, Jcnning-- , have their application in the hands per cent from day of salo until paid, RESOLUTIONS COMMISSIONER'S SALE turned to Herea last Thursday from La. of the Secretary not later than witli lien retained on land to secure j. Berea Lodge No. 617, F. and A. M. Smith Clarke, Plaintiff ' Aberdeen, Miss, where they pur tho same. No War Prices on at Laura Jones' April 12th. Berea. Ky, March 20, 1018. vs. chased a two hundred aero farm. W. E. Farmer, R. B. Terrill, Master Commissioner store, Ileasonablo in price as last Whereas, It has pleased the E. Wyatt, Ac, Defendants Mrs. J. V. Herndon and daughter year or vear before last. Come. (Ad-- ll Secretary of Board. (Ad-3Madison Circuit Court Grand Architect of the Universe t i Ilcttic motored to Lexington Mon(Ad-3- 0 As directed by a judgment and call our Brother W. A. Todd from day for shopping. order of sale entered in the abnvt-styl- labor to refreshment on February ACED CITIZEN DEAD Miss Lcona Evans will be away TO TOMATO GROWERS action at the February term, 10th, 1018. therefore be il Mrs. Lucinda Baker, widow of NOTICE Fish's Spring and Summer milli- for tho spring term. Her friends The Berea Canning Co. aro now 1017, of tho Madison Circuit Conn ajul Saturday, may address Iter at 010 Oakland Washington Baker, passed away at Resolved, That this lodge has lost nery opening, Friday her homo on Chestnut street, Mon- placing contracts for Tomatoes to and by supplemental judgment and a faithful brother, tho community March 20 and 30. Wo cordially in- Park Ave.. Columbus, O. (Ad-3Fine Monarch Typewriter, Fold- day and was buried Tuesday in the lie delivered at their factory during order of salo entered at tho Fcbru t ., ..pnpht citizen, and his family vite your inspection. CallMr. and Mrs. Hudspeth were ing Baby Carriage and a nice child's Herea Cemetery. The funeral was tho season of 1018 at 15c per bit. ary, 1018, lerm of said Court, the a loving husband and father. Resolved. That this lodge extend ed to Louisville Monday morning on bed at bargain prices. Enquire of conducted by Dr. Benson Howar I (or ?i5.no per ton). This is the undersigned will on Roberts, assisted by Brother Hud- maximum price fixed by tho GovSaturday, April 6tb, 1918, to the bereaved family our heartaccount of the serious illness of C. S. Knight, Jackson St. (Ad-Oernment for the State of Kentucky. H. L. McMurry. who is engaged in son. felt sympathy, ami may the Grand their son, Lieut. Ralph Hudspeth, or at or about 2 o'clock p. m.. to mako agricultural work in ono of the Mrs. Baker has been a resident nf For further information call on Ky. tho sum of ei.110.00, sell to the high Architect watch over and prolecl who is stationed at Camp Taylor. Secy- - Berea. Miss Franco Gott leaves Thurseastern counties of tho State, was Herea for many years. Her Bines address E. T. Fish, est and best bidder, ou tho premises them. (Ad-- If Resolved, That in token of our day for Harlan where she has ac- at homo at the first of the week for caused her to suffer for a long time, of tho Chestnut Street resldonce though she passed away at the ripe cepted a position. a visit with his family. property hereinafter described, tho esteem wo make a copy of these FARM FOR SALE William Hanson of Loxinglnnwas Laura Jones now has electric ago of 77 years. She left one son undivided interests of B. E. Wyatt, resolutions for his family, one. for A well Improved farm of 78 acres lights in her store and will keep and daughter to mourn. in Berca Friday. W. W, Wyatt and Altha E. Wyatt. the Berea Citizen for publication, two miles north of Berea on tho Mrs. Nannie Hrannaman enter- open till eight o'clock for the ben and Louisa J. Wyatt (Mrs. T. P, and a copy is ordered spread on Ih.i Menelos Piko and L. & N. It. R.. (Ad-- ll THE OLD AND THE NEW tained Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Wyatt eilt of her customers. WyaW, in the following described minutes of this lodge. E. T. Pish, The entertainment given by the known as tho Frank Galloway homo lots of land in and near Berea, Madand Julia Pearl Hanson to six o'clock Oscar Ditmore or Newborn, Term., good two story W. A. Johnson. dinner last Saturday. spent the llrsl part of the week .n Vocational Faculty Saturday night place. There is a ison County, Ky.: A. F. ScrugKS, in tho tabernacle was attended by dwelling of eight rooms and all 1. A lot fronting CO feet on Chest. Mrs. Laura Jones lias just receiv- Berca. necessary out buildings. Good orCommittee. ed a big supply of new shapes from Mrs. J. II. Grimes, of Stanford, was an immense crowd. The actors surnut street, on which is located the city this week. Open Friday called homo on account of the sick passed themselves in carrying out chard and never failing stock waI ho present residence of Mrs. T. ter. Good sulphur well at the door. (Ad-3- 9 and Saturday. RESOLUTIONS ncss and death of her brother Oat- - their respective parts. The practiI. Wyatt, running back 100 feet. cal lessons taught throughout the This is a bargain at $75.00 per- aero. W. D. Brown and family moved lev Pullins. Berea Lodge No. 7. I 2. A vacant lot, adjoining No. Terms to suit purchaser. Call on Berea, Ky, March 20. 1018. from Chestnut street Monday to A splendid line of children's and play were valuable, while the fun above, fronting 00 feet on Chestaddress K. T. Msh. AgU Herea. Winches tor. Whereas, It has pleased God in Misses lints: ulain black hats for thrown in did not in any measuie or Ky. (Ad-- It nut street, and running back 2ot? His wisdom to call Miss Klla HarriJack Baufflo went to Cincinnati children: also dress hats, any kind detract. feet to an alle Many requests have come for re son from the family who loved her Tuesday morning on business. vnu want at Laura Jones stor- e1. A lot on tho West side of Hanson peating the play. The free admis- -, so. on February Hilt. 1018, therefore Mr. ana Mrs. Jcsso Johnson aro always reasonable in price. (Ad-3- 0 street. 18 feet by 00 feet, convey- bo it sion was a great advertisement for! tho proud parents of a fine baby Miss Blancho Parker, of Washing ed to T. P. Wyatt by S. G. Han boy which arrived Sunday morn- ton, D. C, who was homo Tor a tho project and doubtless at some Resolved, That Berea No. son, Ac by deed recorded in I). 017 F. anil A. M. ing. visit, in company witli her timo the requests will bo granted-- j extend to Brother short B. 73. page 0. Clever shapes and trimming ef- sister. Miss Eva of Lexington, spent when a small admission will lie William L. Harrison and family its t. A lot, with house, fronting 5') heartfelt sympathy in their hour of fects in hats for Easter wear at Tuesday and Wednesday with their charged for some worthy cause. feet on tho East side of Boono sorrow. (Ad-3- 0 Those who took part aro to be Fish's. sister. Mrs. Benton neiucr. .miss street, running back 188 feet to Mr. and Mrs. George Coalc and Eva will go to Washington with her congratulated for the success of the Resolved, That a copy of lhos corner of W. L. Harrison lot, resolutions be sent to tho Berea Citfamily, of Holder. 111., aro visiting sister where she will accept a po entertainment. conveyed In T. 1'. Wyatt by J. K. izen for publication, a copy sent to Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Hill in their new sition as typist for the GovernBaker, by deed recorded in IX I!. Brother Harrison and family, and a CORP. CLYDE JOHNSON WRITES homo at Kingston. Mrs. Coale, for- ment. 71., page 510. TO HIS PARENTS copy bo spread on the records of merly Miss Eva Mullins, was a stuWanted to solicit orSalesman r. A tract of land in tho west end our lodge. A letter dated January 2Mb wa dent hero about llfteen years ago ders Tor lubricating oils, greases of Berea, containing about an when her home was on Walnut and paints. Salary or commission. recently received by Mrs. John E. T. Fish, acre and a quarter, next to the Johnson from her son. Clyde, who .Meadow. , Address The Harvey Oil Co., CleveA. F. Scruggs, lines of Wright Kelly, James iAd-3- 0' is now in France' with the ExpedGot your Easter Goodies at Mrs. land, Ohio. Wm. (5. Best, Polly and S. Winkler, the samo He states that Baker's and help the Progress Club Miss Elta English and mother, itionary Forces. Committee. conveyed to T. P. Wyatt by II. swell their War Fund. Saturday, who have been spending the winter Christmas day was spent on . the I). Creech by deed recorded in (Ad-3March 30th. SEED CORN rOR SALE at tho home of Ilov. and Mrs. 1. H. ocean when lie as well as many D. H. 73. pago 8. KiiL'lish. left last week for an ex others endured a siege of seasickFine seed corn for salo at $5.00 0. A tract of land in the west on.! per bushel. C. C. Chrisman. Walnut tended visit witli relatives in the ness as a llrst experience, being on tho water llfteen days. lie speaks of Berea. beginning at a stone in Meadow, Berea, Ky. Phone 170-- 3. western part of tho State. Sprlnrf and Summer the middle of the road at northad.-3- 0 Mr. and Mrs. Carl Vogel and lit of tho line camp and weather they east corner of Stephen Willis tle son were visiting in Cincinnati aro enjoying in France. As to health ho has bad the best until the mumps lot and running with the middi-o- f CRUSHED CORN TOR SALE at the (lrst of the week. the road lot feet, and being Berea College Farm is offering John J. Hook of Co. B. 112th Am- attached themselves to not a few in tho samo Inml convoyed In T. P. crushed corn for sale at 12.25 per Fridny and Suturcluy munition Train, 37th Div, Camp camp, among whom he discovered Wyalt by G. E. Cllft, Ac, by deed hundred pounds. See Supl. S. L. He states the hospital Sheridan. Ala., has returned to the himself. March 29-3- 0. 1918 recorded in 1). B. 73, pago 5. (Ad-3Balrd. cami) after a seven days' furlouiih care is as good as in the home land, We are now spent with his parents, Mr and Mr. and the attention by the "Y" in the We cordially Invite your Terms. Tho undivided remainder lie way of getting things to eat for tho TOR SALE interests of K. E. Wyatt. W. W. showing a new G. W. Hook, of Pueblo. O. Inspection reports the presence of many Herea "Mumps Ward" is much appreciated. Wyatt and Altha E. Wyalt (whioli Some Fodder and Straw. lot of suit ma- friends in Camp Sheridan. V W. A. Ogg. Phone t 2. is one-ha- lf remainder less $500.00 (Ad-3terials that will going to Lucia Wyatt in said six Laura Jones keeps a city trimmer .Many a man who cannot sing "My uauis oi lanu. or so miicn lumoor delight the most o give you tho latest styles in trimming. Miss Mattingly of Lou. iiu iiuuin.u j in iiuine iu'i ' .""mi y. iih oi moo m )o n critical judges. isville is with her this season. sum of 81.110.00. will bo oiTersl howling sucees u buying Liberty (Ad-3- 0 We have the Ursl: if said interests do not In insj Bonds, II. II. Harrison, County Agent of said sum Hie life interest of ,ii'., latest in stripes, oxjwctcd to ou arc nut Powoll County, stopped over in Ilu i. r. wynti in snui six tracts orso' checks, plaids rea for a short visit at the llrsl of pay for your 'Horn-tailor- ed F. L. MOORE'S much as is nocossary to bring the proceeds up to said sum of 91.1 HUM, the week on his way to a District suit unless it bat is lies you will bo olTerod; ir Iho intoi-Hi- l ,f weaves, and In Agricultural Meeting at London. completely in fit, workman-sli- il Mrs. T. p. Wyalt in less than all, Don Porter, ono of our band boy? any colors that you may at Camp Shelby, is at homo this the six tracts doos not bring and quality of materials. FOR up to said sum. hor intur. week on a furlough. wish. Messrs. Ben Collins and S. II after being offered in said First Class Repairing And because Bom Tailortracts separately will then ho We have a wonderful Gratliwell, two of our former Col AND I lege students wore shaking hands as a whole, soiling the way ing doss satisfy, this liberal assortment of serges, that brings Iho most money. with old friends on the campus last Fine Line of Jewelry guaranty adds nothing to the worsteds, casslmeres week. Payments. Equal credits of six price. and twelve mouths, tho purchaser MAIN ST. Womon of particular tasto can and cheviots, and our BEREA. KY. or purchasers to oxooulo bonds with experience In cutting ways (hid tho latest and most ox approved seourity, bearing six per, 'lusivo ideas in fashionablo milli WDF.S and fitting guarantees uory right bore. Fish's Let us show you how Ad-3- 8 cent interest from day of sale, and1 securod by liens retained on the '',0 General Dealer, gives notice that Each wook, ono do.en hats special you clothes that you will good n suit we can make lor' ailu oine,T,Junlc "avo proporty sold. Bidders must ar- - ,v- - ,7. ,i this season at I. aura Jones' ns an , be proud to wear. , ..... . ; the money you are willing I., 'MlllU 111 price. tvamea, zu cart advertising feature. They will ba mill.- - iii uiituiiru io I'xut'iuu urn urn or Mora I a soon ni llio salo is concluded. to invest. Scran Iron. Hmw rnnn.. -And don't think we plucod on a table together and will J J UIUI Iih worth double tho price put qn It. H. Terrill. Master Goininisloner. row nV.V "VT Yel- are high priced. We them. Those hats will bo an LlobUBrass Zlno, Lead, i? (He.iJent Horn Dtaltr) lM i.i S'V, id". ,Uor" , Pony and lot. three of a kind. Tliuto can fit your purse as Hldei, No. 1 Sheep Skim, Rafla, are Grand Bargains. All new stylo well as your body. Give CaM,fsRUbb9r' N' 3 Rubl"r' TWO JACKS FOR SALE huts. Ilumembur at us a trial. (Ad-.'poultry ot high-yea- rs Laura Jonus. Two good jaoks, throe and ilvo A',80, buX " rM '."" befor. old, UK and 15 hands high. sces Haying a Liberty Bond is a good For information phono M. D. Settle, one else uUwfi'V'ES Sn't dZ Tailoring Shop Seale's thing to do hilt holding fast to it is liver, I will call for your gooda. Big Hill, or writo mo at Big Hill. Short Street Phone 145; residence 41 hotter. I ad.-3- 0. z J. M. Haley. pia Berea Kentucky Richmond, kv. LOCAL PAGE Dean & Stafford REAL ESTATE Best Blacksmithing 0) Sal-unla- she was rejoiced this week by the receipt of letters and llowrrs from tho pupils of her grade. Parcnt-Tcnch- er Association meets Friday at 3:00 p.m. All parents aro cordially invited to attend. The following is the honor roll for the seventh month of school: First Grade: Earl Bales, Holland Combs, John Hall, James II. Moore, Hoy Viars, Leola Baker, Mabel Besl, Hazel Irenrh. Georgia Hoblnsoii Grace Pennington; Second Grade Lucile Duncan, Geneva Moore, Thur- nian Todd, Marshall Wyatt. Marshal Hobinson; Third Grade: Evarts English, Jr, Russell Duncan, llussell Hu os. William Hayes, Howard Wilder, Wilbur Winn, Lucy Johnson. Lucile Stephens, Nellie Hayes, Cath-eliVnnWinkle; Fourth Grade: Alta Gaines, Mary Gaines, Ester Bell, Bobby Kugle, Susie Ilobtnsoi.. 1). T. Moore, Cbarlio Hargis, Linden Combs, Coleman Todd, Launcy Coyle; Fifth Grade: Howard Pennington; Sixth Grade: Ervio Moore; Seventh Grade: Lenora Bales, Ethel Wyatt, Mary E. Winn; Eighth Grade: Bernice Pennington. ne 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 It will be to your APRIL advantage to attend to this at once. BEREA NATIONAL BANK 0) ed 9! W 0) FISH'S Opening Newest Pot Patterns 0) 8) 7-- The Born Guaranty and plain Jewelry Store e-- ts of-fe- re 1 tii. ed W ol J. M. COYLE & CO. i ' $100 .in Education Equals $1,000 in Land. March 28, mis. THR CITIZEN Wlllard, Fort 8lowart, Texas. Diamond, Auhrcy I'., 118 U. S. Aero Ajfamily Newipaprr for all that It right, true, and Interesting- Squad. A. H. F, Care Adj. Gen.. Wnshlnglon, D. G. every Tnunaltr at Here, Ky. JCiilllhrl Dixon, Chester, Camp Taylor, LouisBerea Collcgo is proud of Iho recDEREA PUBLISHING to. ville, Ky. ord of its soldier boys. They havo Dixon, Lieut. Klmer, Ft. Thomas (Incftf pof .td) WM. C. FROST, r answered Iho call of our Country Ky 'JUH. WKRTENBF.RGIR, M.r.a.ln. Editor with tho spirit of men. Wo shall Df.ney. Walter Clark, Co. I., 1st lie?, Subscription Rate always follow up their career with , it i. iwVnv. 01. I.nk..-.- . Ill IA Tf A llt.K IN ADVANCE tho tlecpesl Interest. Tito namos of Dodson. C. P., U. S. Naval Train in; ijnr Ter .m ;vt some nro probably not on this list. Hit Mnnthi , . . Station, 1st Oth Co, Newport, II. I. Thr Muntht . . '' ' ,f n,iy 0,10 knows r a IJorca man Dooley, John F, Supply Co, f.lh Inf. .' money by rnd 1,10 Anny wllos0 na,no ls not ,a t?rTo'n7Indt"o Chaltngoogll, 'IVllll. timer. Drill. KeRtiteml rent lUunDt. "Sl 8cnu m 1,10 najno anu M Douglas, Vco M., Ambulance Co. No. The dM after your nm . on um .how. to what date our iulrriiitl.m I. paw, if it i. n..t dress to tho President's Offlco, Deroa 2, Fort Logan, Houston, Texas. w.. nouty C()IL.gCi I)orc!1 Ky ' Duncan, Mclvin, 22nd Squadron, " e 0. .Z'ZVtirbm fortt.no go wllli all. Avialiim Camp, Waco, Texas. Llbermltrrma lrrn to any who obtain new iut Early, Clinton, l iUlh Inf. Hand Camp criptlona f or ui. Any one KiuJInr m four yearly tutoerlptlofM ran recti re The Cillien free for AllaitlS, Llellt. rotlnSCn, liOlll Inf, Shelby, Hatlicsburg, Miss. ey Camp Shelby, Hattiesburg, Miss Ail vertlaln-raton application, Modes, William. Jr.. N. A. Corps, I'. Adams, Lieut. Wiley, 140lh Itcg. Inf Washington. S. N. Observatory, (Jmim s,lcll'' Hatlicsburg, Miss. D. C. ORAUAM TAYLOR IN BEREA Berea is favored with many tils- - AIcr Antonio, 150th U. S. Inf, Camp Kdwards, John Paul, Dand Master, oliclliy, Halticshurg, Miss. 10th Inf. Dand. Hatlicsburg. Mis.). lingulshcd visitors. This wi...k w. Iiavc been happy in having (Iraliain Alford, Urren II.. Somewhere in F.dwards, Corp. Thomas, Jr., Co. M, (HHI address will lie ap- Taylor, of Chicago University, in r.oth Inf., Camp MacArtbur, Waco, our midst. He Is perhaps the uwti Predated.) Texas. distinguished authority in this conn- - Amburgy, Denver, Co. M, ISOtb Inf, Edwards. Robert, Officers' Training Hatlicsburg, Miss. camp. Leon Springs, Texa. Iry on Social Welfare work, espe-- l cially amongst foreigners. He prac- - "ailcy, Frank. Iled Cross Military Kngle, Lieut. Stanley L., 35Uh Inf.. llces what he preaches. Years ago! Hospital, Somcwhcro In Franco. Cnmp Funston, Kans. In- - took his family from a residence' "ally, Orccn, Radio Co., U. S. Navy, Kmberg, Otto, 1191b Inf. Hand, Hat-i- n Cambridge, Mass. academic circles, with all tho re- -, tiesburg, Miss. Ilncmcnls of life, hi establish a Hallingcr, William H, Battery F, I'nirrhihl, Jas. T., :i2 Co. 8th Bat., home in that part of Chicago most! 312 F. A, Camp Mcado, Baltimore. f,9th Depot Ugd Camp Taylor, thickly populated by foreigner . Md. Ky. Here he has done a most wonderful liaison, LicuL C. C, 119th Inf Camp Fenwlck, Leonard L, Camp Custer, worn for mat communily and for Shelby, Halticshurg, Miss. Battle Creek, Mich. the whole, country. lllatson, Reuben B, Oth Provisional Felton, Corp. Flavel L., Co. "A" 65 His gospel is twofold; it reaches Co., 2nd M. M. Reg., Camp Han- Inf, Chickamauga Park, Oa. both munward and Godward. It is cock, Ga. Fielder, Leonard, Hdq. Detach. I5'J a gospel not of creed, but of life Hcnlleld, Brackncl, H. 0. Co., 6th Depot Brgtl, Camp Taylor, Ky. by faith in the ultimate domInf., Chattanooga, Tenn Fielder, William. Hdi(. Detach. 15.) inance of love where expressed in llicknell, Corp. J. Paul, Hdq. Co, Depot Ilrgd, Camp Taylor, Ky. n life. Christianity is measured by MOth Inf. Band, Hattlcsburg, Miss. Hr.nncry, Elmo, 08 Aero S. Squad, godward and man- - mry cllcerfll H Co. Navai Hosp, relationships, A. E. F, Via. New York P. M. I ' .a..l. mn ...- -j II... ll.. : mu.i m ui .hi .hi-- i Flint, Sgt. Dorral A, Iloss Carpen Portsmouth Va dress ho kindly delivered at Urn Dirchllcld, William, Co. F., Mth Eng., ter Q. M. Dept.. New Bedford. Union Church Sunday morning. An' Dix Drancn N- - J . ... . ... t. ...1.1 ...ill. 11.. ' """' I J"" lawman. Lieut. F. O, Co. U 37tst Hint. SgL Slicrman, Fort Rodman, . ... .... ,nf New Bedford, Mass. i j.lCkSon, Cidtimhia. S.C.i u .... i..Ui.....i. Howling, Grovcr, Camp Shelby, Misi. Foster. Samuel. Ambulance Corps, 10 vonr neighbor; actual sympathet',' Branson, Jerry, Co. 81, Reg. 8, G. I..1 M. 0. T. C, Fort Riley, Kans. love to your neighbor, be be Italian. N. T. S, Great Lakes, III. Franklin. Harlan, 1st Co. C.A.C., Greek, Slav or Slovak. His plea was Boyer, Clarence, U. S. S. Floridi, Pigeon Point, Wilmington, Del. for a betterment of industrial con Poslma-ster- , j ditions, for a fair opportunity for t..i j v ... . t tNew Yorki City. ' a,. French, Marvin, .t (Navy), 1612, 18th -- ... 1 mi rr i.t I.ICI.l. Jail.ra .1. Jl , .... v.. V.U.. L'ill.n- - It... Inni.l. ol IlllKJMyil, 11. 1. ..,0.. 322nd Inf, Camp Jackson. Colum- - French. Otis. U. S. Naval Training ,wi ini fnrmntinn int i.mt..r I Station. Berkeley. Va. dtistrial conditions will be brought' ,,ia; Brock, John H, 2nd Tr. Brgd. Line French, Oltis J., care Naval Y. M. C thoiit through evolution with the 3 Kcly Fic,d' So- - Sa" Antonio, a, 167 Sands St, Brooklyn. N. Y. kindly cooperation of Capital wllli Texas- Frost. Lieut. Cleveland, Gil F. A, Labor, or it will be brought about Camp Funsten, Kansas. hv revolution with violence, blood- - Brown. Corbctt. Camp Taylor, Louis-- 1 villc, Ky. Folks. Elliott L, Hdqr. Co. 140th Inf, bed and devastation. Somewhere! Halticshurg, Miss, Berea is indebted to Dr. Taylor Browning, Benjamin In France. Gabbard, Scrg. K. Blaine, Ambulance for other most interesting addresse Corps No. 12, American Expedi-vocatihi College Chapel and to the Con- - Bnishear. Disbman, U. S. S. Bridge, ' care Postmaster, Now York City, tionary Forces. of the Faculty: addresses full of information and of inspira Camp, Buford. 322nd F. A, Camp Gabbard. John B, 330th Inf, C. E, Sherman, Chilicothe, O. Camp Taylor, Ky. lion. We hope be may come again. Calhoun, Quincey, Ft. Lee, Peters- - Gay, Colson, France, via New York. burg. Va. FORMER BEREAN IN TENNESSEE GiIiIk. Cecil, Camp Taylor. Ky. AGRICULTURAL WORK Campbell, Piner. Naval Tr. Sta, Co. (.iblis. Warren. Camp Taylor, Ky ' i, 2nd Reg, Great Lakes. III. Tho following clipping was re- -; Gillen. Hoy, Co. L, 10th Inf, Ft. Benj. eoivcd from a lennessee paper. Campbell. William, Chief Bugler, Harrison, Ind. 10 Inf. Band. Hatlicsburg. Miss. that relates the fact that another Godbey, Chauncey. Omccrs Trainin? Berea boy is hard al work for l'n- - Carpenter. Sgt. Rollins. Troop B, Ml!. Camp, Ft. Benj. Harrison. Ind. do Sam in making more food. Police, Camp Funsten, Kans. (inilln. Lieut. Arlcigh C, Fort An- "Prof. John W. Flannery. the new Cnudmi SgL Jamcg D, Co. D, 316th (r,.w. Mass. Agricullural Agent for Warren an l Engineers, Camp Lowis, Wash. (inilln. Flemfiig B M. D. Hdqs.. Ads-VaCounties, and sho sue- Buren Cal( j Jm Tr()0p u ,3U Cavv u of c A Franec. ... ceetis rroi i mug ien to ... Sanfonlyre. Texas. r.ross. Frank, Co. M. Ub Inf, Gcttys- .. ... . r rn-.- . iiiik arnveu. chapman, Floyd, M. G. Co, 1 lOth Inf, lirg, Pa. is sent out by the Slate Department IlBl,p.b,1P.t Mis3 Camp Oross Ot.vj0i ,locnlit G A c Folt "' Chapman, Henry Clay, 119 M. G. Co, Mott, Salem. N. J. ted by Prof. Chance the . I Ipioi S,10by. Hatlicsburg. Miss, 13 R. Co. . 3rd Plat, Hacked. II. agent, they wd odd chasteen. Krncst. 15011, U. S. Inf. S. 317, Ft. Thomas, Ky. at Dib- meeting ami An. er s r Halticshurg. Miss, Hall. Lieut. John, M. G. Co. 53. Milroll next 'Itiesday ...gl.l at . yg N itary Branch. Chattanooga, Tenn. ,M,,ock- Newport. R. I. Haley, Corp. Earl D Ord. Depot, 38tn Cbilds. "Manly." U. S. S. Nebraska. Div, Camp Shelby, Hattiesburg, YOUTH TAKEN A PROMISING Miss, uu,. earn rosiuiiisu-r- , new ...Ii...nl..lv acniiniiil-- ! . tit nil" 11 ini,i.amp Halzak, George. U. S. Gen. Hosp. ino. ...i wiih niilev Piillins in Ins daily .HrK, Claude, i.o. M. Jackson. Columbia, S. C. 7 Roland Park, Baltimore, Md. walk knew him to be ait exemplary youth. In his studies he was dill- - Clark, Waller. 31 Inf. Med. Dept, Hart. Lieut. Joseph, Camp Taylor, Fori Bliss, Texas. Louisville. Ky. Kent; in his work be was trtislwor-- t Collins, Charles. Med. Officer's Y. M. Harrel, Gordon. 10th Inf. Med. Dpt., tii v ami faithful; in Sunday-schoo- l! Oglctnropo, oa. a A, Fort Benjamin Harrison, Ind. ho was always found t be thought-- 1 fill of higher and heller things; in Collins, Robert F N. R. Sta, Co. tf, Harrison. Creed. Co. 78, Main Bar-I- ll Norfolk, Va. racks, Paris Island. Port Royal, S.C. Scout work lml few could excel him. Ho was tine of Huron's most Ollins, Samuel F, M. O. T. C, Post Hammond. Sergt. Benjamin. 333rd Ft. Oglethorpe, Ga. promising youths; hut his Heaven-- 1 inf. Camp Taylor. Louisville, Ky. I Father willed him to the better lomihs. Lloul. Sewell. Camp Taylor, Hays, Sgt. Earl T, 18th Co. 5th Tr. Jin., Camp Taylor, Ky. life Saturday morning, the 23 n I of; Louisville. Ky. March. In go u In Ins career with Cook, Tom, 108 Field Amb, British Hnys. Herbert, Musician, HOlh InL ' Exp. Forces. Franco. Him. Hand, Camp Shelby, Halticshurg, O.ttloy had been a sufferer in both r.opoland, Robert, Dauphin Island. Miss, i,ort (Ji,jn,.s, Ala. for several months with pnounio- llembree, George "Address wanted nia and was in a weakened stutx cornett, Todc, 1st Co. U3lh M. P., i,y a friend, whun spinal meningitis attacked Cnmp shelhy, Halticshurg. Miss. Heckmnn, Walter W, Asst. Band him, to which his frail hotly w- - q0X) gg Edward O, Co. K, 148th Inf, Master, HOlh Inf. Band, Hdqr. Co, cumbetl. HatliesbttrL--. Miss. Camn Shorldan. Ala. . Tho funeral services were F., 30th Inf. nand, Head- - Hill, Ernest B, Mason's Co. I. Camp Roye. Truo in tho Parish House Sunday aftor-- j ,1Jnrtcr3 C( Camp Green, N.C. Johnston, Jacksonville. Fla. ' a noon at two o'clock where j ,nnoy, Camp Taylor, Louis- - Hilliard. D. Moss, San Pedro do ,Cr, crowd of his friends gathered tO j MncopK D n I IinyUiolrhw Hilliard, Dudley, San- - Pedro do ' Ihoy loved. The Boy Scouts weiv n Tny,op Ky Mneoris in allrmdanco in "',s c, c Rollle, Co. K 148th Inf, Camp Hook. Join, DT, Caisson Co. 2. 112ht ess. ,S Sheridan, Ala. Ammunition Train, 37th Div, Tho burnft family havo the Camp Shorldan, Montgomery, Ala Creech. Roy. 53rd Co, Naval Train- -, pittliy of tho entire communily. ing Station. Norfolk. Va. Hoffman, Clarence, U. S. Aviation Curry. Everett, 5th Co. Del. C. A. C,1 Corps. Columbus, O. CARD Of THANKS ork. Hoffman, Frank. U. S. Aviation A. E. F. France, via Now wish to extend our thanks to. Capt. hving Co. C, 509th "corps Camp MoArthu, Waco.l Eng.. Camp Trovls, Texas, Texas. nnd nrofatwloiml men and women such valuuhK Davis, Sheldon. Hdqr. Co. 109th Field Hogg, Harvey, Co. 1). 2nd Ky. If- who hnvo Hindered Hattiesburg, Miss. Artillery. Camp Hnnoook, Ga. survico during Iho Ulm's "i"' l'1" Day. Kolloy, Naval Training Station, Howard, Richard, U. S. S. Poimsyl- ing of Oalloy. Great Lakes. III. vanln. Postmastor, Now York City. Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Piillins Dean. Lieut. William. 336 Inf, Camp Howard. George, U. S. S. Pennsyl- -. anil family. Tnylor, Louisville. Ky. vanln. Postmaster. New York City. . You may ho too old to enlist but Degman c. H, Amn. m. m, uau.p nowarti, Jonn. t orwar.i, inrciuc.. Bov you nro not loo old to buy a Liberty Bond. ' The Citizen Berea College Dommon, HONOR ROLL .... Marcus, U. 8. S. George Washington, Brooklyn, N. Y. Hyllon, Charles, U. S. S. George Washington, Brooklyn, N. Y. Hudspeth, Lieut. Ralph W, 333rd Reg. Supply Co, Camp Taylor, Louisville, Ky. Hubbard, Lloyd, Camp Sheridan, Montgomery, Ala. iinter. Harry S, Bait. A, HOlh F A, 32nd Div. A. K. F.. via. N. Y, P. Howell, M. SMART PEOPLE BUY DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS FROM OWEN McKEE THERE IS A REASON KENTUCKY Washburn, Major James II, Annls-to- n, Ala. Wells, E. J, U. S. S. Minneapolis, New York. Wheeler, Val, Camp Beauregard, La. Wiley, Robert, Naval Radio School. 3 Shcpard St, Cambridge, Mass. Wiley, Lewis A, Naval Radio School, 3 Shcpard St, Cambridge, Mass. Wilson, J. Oscar, Marino Bar. Co. 72, Paris Island, S. C. Wilson, Joseph A, U. S. N. T. S, Co. 118, Norfolk, Va. Wiseman, Earl, "Somewhere in France." Wolfe. L. D, 313 Anx. Reg. Bla. Vet. Corps, Camp Shelby, Miss. Wolford, Capt. Luke P, 323rd M. O. Ball, Camp Sherman, O. Young, C. Harvey, Fruitland, New Mexico, Forward. Any information, such as more complete address or additional names for our honor roll are welcome. Help us make our Roll a complete roster of Berea men in the service, one of valuo as well as one of which wo are proud. YOU . r" e i 1 "ac. od iih-iih- :ii 1 ' I l.el.. 1 . 1 i t. on 1 n 1 t jisi n. j j '", ,,, '!''' 5 ,;2r , RICHMOND Hunter, Hinton II, 108 Co, 8th Reg, U. S. Marine, Galveston, Texas. Imrie, Lieut. N. A., 36 Colcrrinn St, London, England. Perry, Pcnn, Camp Taylor, LouisImrie, Jack, 36 Coleman St, London ville, Ky. England. Perkins, U. S. S. Jenkins, Postmaster, Isaacs, Lieut. M. J, 326 F. A, Camp New York City. Taylor, Louisville, Ky. D. B. Camn Tavlor. Kv. Ison, Sgt. II. 11, Camp Shelby. Miss. pi,oi, Glenn ft. A. fi. 21. Donclm. Johnson, Corp. Clyde, 140 F. A. 41st Ariz Division. A. E. F, via N. Y. P. M. Puckett. John Allen, Co. G, 149th liiliuson, Lambert, Co. I, :i2lsl Inf., Inf, Camp Shelby, Miss. ('amp Jackson, Columbia, S. C. Ritckley, I.lnyd, Co. 30, 8th Reg, Johnson, Stanley, Co. No. 45, Paris Bks. 812, Camp Decatur, Great Island, Port Royal. S. C. Lakes, HI. Johnson, Steve. U. S. N. Base Hos- Raine, James Walt, Army Y. M. C. A, Hampton Roads, Va. pital, Camp Shelby, Miss. Jones, Elam, 21 1 Aero Squad, Park- - Reams, Robert, Inf. Co. D. Med. Tr. Held, Tenn. Camp, Ft. Benj. Harrison, Ind. Jcnes. Simon, Co. .H, 46th Inf, Fort Redden, Sergt. E. A, Ft. Omaha, Henjamm Harrison, Intl. Omaha, Neb. letihins, Charles N, Supply Go. Ai, Reitl, Harry B, 33 Aero Squad, A. 322 Field Artillery, Cump .SherE. F. via N. Y. City P. M. man. Chtlltcotne.. O. Richardson, William K, Med. Dept, KelTer, Lieut. Albert II, A. S. S. C. Ft. Sill. Okla. Camp Dick, Dallas, Tex. Rice, Augustus, Baltic Creek Ambu Kelly, Burton, Q. M. DepL. Colum lance Corps, Allenlown, Pa. bus, O. Rilter, Corp. Henry A, Co .C, Fid. Killin, E. L, Co. C, 117 Inf, MontSig. Bn, Camp Taylor, Ky. gomery, Ala. Reynolds, Taylor, Battle Creek AmS, Army Ret. Kimball, Paul W, Co. bulance Corps, Allenlown, Pa. Dtcht., Camp Taylor, Ky. Roark, Edward, 18 F. A. Med. Dept, Kincaid. Bradley, Co. E, 336th In'., Fori Bliss, Tex. Camp Taylor, Ky. Roberts, Dean Scott, U. S. S. NeI, Recruit. Kitchen. Sam D, Line braska, 10th Div, Fortress MonDiv, 1st Tr. Bgd, Kelley Field roe, Va. No. I, S. San Antonio. Tex. Robertson. Jackson, Co. C, 23rd U. S. Lewis, No ih, Co. L, 10th U. S. InL, Eng. A. E. F France, via N.Y. P.M. Fort Benj. Harrison, Ind. Robie, Carroll, Hdqr. Co. 149th Reg. Lewis. Hugh, Camp Sheridan, MontBand, Camp Shelby, Hattiesburg, gomery, Ala. Miss. Linton, Leo S, Died at Camp Robinson, Charles, Ft. Thomas, Ky. Texas, February 3, 1018. Robinson. Fred, Hillsboro, O, R. R. 2. Lockln, Earl W, Reg. A. Recruit DeForward. tach. Co. 6, Camp Taylor, Ky. Robinson, James S, 61st Inf, Co. K, Lynch, Sergt. Dora. 52nd Inf. MilCharlotte, N. C. itary Branch, Chattanooga, Tenn. Robinson, Miss Minnie Jane. Amb. Martin, Sergeant Robert, Med. Dept., Co, Baso Hospital, Ft. Oglethorpe, lith F. A, Fort Sill, Okla. Ga. Martin, Carlyle, Fort Lee, Peters- Rogers, John L, "Over There." burg, Va, Rust, S. R, 305th M. G. Bat, Co. C, May. Bruce. Supply Co. 313. Q. M. C. Camp Upton, N. Y. N. A., A. E. F. via. New York. Royse, Felix. Hdqr. Co. 336th Inf, May, G. II, HTth Aero Squadron, Camp Taylor, Louisville, Ky. Bark Field. Memphis. Tenn. Sapp, Claud, U. S. Naval Tr. Camp, Marlow, George. Co. 2, Squad. 335, Portland, N. H. Aviation, Ft. Thomas, Ky. Sandlin. Floyd, U. S. S. Novada, Homer, Reg. H, Co. 81, Great McCann. Postmaster. New York City, Lakes, 111. Sharp. Dewey F, 22 Aero Squad, McCann, John. 300th Eng. Corps, A. E. F, via New York City. P. M Camp Taylor, Ky. Sellers, Rudolph, Army Y. M. C. A, McConias, Battle Creek Ambulance Camp Sherman, Chillicolhe, Ohio. Co, Allenlown, Pa, Snllln Mnrk. Firsl Mnehlnn fin.. FL l r. ...: n n r. r .ucuu.ru. i.e.., prance, r.. r ou. ,f nplj Harrisoni In(1. Oth Inf, ia. N. Y. 'smith. W. J. P.. Ofllcer's Training McGiiire, Lee. U. S. Naval Radio. ,,,., ,Uco Canl,p'd8E- - ?!f3; ..P',1'"1' Shorte, Serg. Braxton C Co K. 148th .Mcutt.iey, i.uam u. a. b. missis - j Inf Camp slieridarl( Montgomery, sippi, care fosi master, ew lorn, City. Div. X. Short. Sgt. Cyrus P, R. O. T. C, McKay. Lieut. Walter II, Medical n,., , Tonn Corps. American Expeditionary SIl()rtn Scrp C- C() K( n8th ,nf ,,,'.'!rc1?.s' , Camp Sheridan. Montgomery, Ala. . McM.tl NunuP . 150th Inf, Cau.p s,cmp L,eut Alfred c BaL B F. A-Shelby. Hattiesburg, Miss. rmn s,niov i.nn Rnrlnes Tat. Menzie. Leonar.l. 120th Co, 1st Rep. slllipson rir(.cn T Corpus chrisle. Bat. U. S. M. A. E. F.. N. , City Co F oU, u g Eng smitn. iTCdoric i si riciu nospi-Mille- r. Roberl L, Maons Co. I. jai. Barracks A. 3, Camp Jackson, . I IIIl n t.amp .intinstnii, j;ir.:;snnvnie. Tll rt.i. SC Taylor, Llljtli Morgan. Reuben. Camp c"0 g Amb 30i Louisville. Ky. n0f Can)p ,)ix.( 'iY(!nton. N. .1. morgan, lumis. mcu. iepi, ri. uenj. s, claiP( Ray Dm Army Y M. c. A Harrison, Ind. Chattanooga. Tenn. Moore, K.lw n. Hdqr. Co. 336 Inf, Slpeeti Apveli MedDept. 80lh T. A, Camn Taylor. Louisville. Ky Cnatlanoogai Tcnn. Moore, Harold. Aviation Corps,Colum- - Sp(.n,.0 K LiCo. I( 18lh Inf A. E. F, via. N. Y. P. O ..,,us' .... . ., .Moore, ueorge, Aviauon uorps i TSp,M,COi s,.t. w. F, 4th C, 1st T. Jiuneli, Jesse I... uar. jo . u. o, Cnmp Taylor Ky Camp Decnttir. HI. Splnk Corp Paul lg"t Co M1Ulary .Seal. Sidney, Battery A. 12 F. A. H. poIic0i Camp Lecan( Houslont Tox. Meyer. Va. Ispurlock, Goolloe, U. S. S. Bealo Nickell, Clarence, M. D. 119th Inf, 'V,M N y p M Camp Shelby. Miss. Slil well." Lieut. Abncr J, Co. G, 312nd Mckell. Irn, Went.. Camp 'laylor.j ,nf Camp QmnU m Louisville. Ky. fii riniP n,. n nr. Inf. Mililarv Osborn. J. O, Co. D, OUi Eng.. A. E.F.. Rranchi y j, c, A, N() 20i Chalta". r. .ii, iow orK uuy. nooga, Tonn. Parker, Clarence, Camp Shelby, Hat Stout, Charles E, Camp Taylor, Loutiesburg, Miss. isville, Ky. Percy, Frank. Co. II. 2nd W. Vtt. Inf. an, hiccino. uiv. ueiau.i-Fo- rt 21. fingio. Phelps. Glenn. Ambulanco Corps nient Enllstctl Specialists, tort Clark. Texas. IMcklosimor." Parnell. Y. M. C. A , Monroe. Va. Taylor. Howard K, Y. M. C. A, 12 Ru Fort Orglothorpe, Ga. D'Agiiossau, France. I'iliiiaiin. Corhett. V. S. S. Koar- Tate, J. Harl. Cajnji Sevier, Army eaftff, via. N. Y. P. M. Poller, C. M. Clay. Co. H. 336 Inf, Y. M. C. A. Sevier Branch, Grcon-vill- e, Camp Taylor, Ky. S. C. Poitor. Donald. Musician. HOtli Inf. Ttiulbco. S'oldon, Eng. Corps, El Paso, Band. Iltlqr. Co, Hattioshvrg. Miss. Texas. Powtdl. Sgt. W. Stanley. Co. K. 333 Templeton. R. It, Camp Greonloaf Chattanooga. T, S, Camp J. M. C. A. M... Br., Sherman, Chillicotho. Ohio. Ft. iarkor Hnhort. Co L, 120th Inf, Travis. VnuilO. A. C. Rlley, Kans, T. earo of M. $orv00 i)rnnoi, Greenville, S. C. pson. Chester. Marino Bar. Co. 71.' Trolor. Raloigh, H. Co. Oth Inf. j ,,ar,s Ig,andi g Mil. Br, Ghnltnnooga, Tami. t Y. M. fi .A ..Dos Moines .'is..ir nin n ten. II. R. Aero ' l vli N Y I', M, 32l)(1 G ,5i Do. K V;i) S)iI r I5, 2Slh ,.n 7lh R i..'i is. unmp iMouuo, Md. I) It.. Camp Tayb.r. Ky. Mac-Arthur, MUST COME ACROSS The Third Liberty Loan the first loan of 1018 will bo the real test whether America really means to see tho war through to a victorious ending or whether we are merely a nation of "talkers," as Germans havo repeatedly charged. The first two Liberty Loan drivc3 found us actively preparing for war and talking about what we were going to do. Tho launching of tha .third loan llnds 400,000 Americans in tho trenches in Europe and nearly 2,000,000 men under arms in this country. This would seem to indicate that we understood tho task heforo us and havo settled down to the grim business of war. But wait a minute. These men. and 3,000,000 more, who havo declaretl their willingness to gives their lives for the principles ol . liberty and democracy, must he fed, clothed and equipped. All agree that this must be done. But how many will really help do it? Tho way we answer that question will bo tho ACID test as to whether wo are real or merely "talking' j, patriots. After taking all the bonds you can afford as an individual here's another thing you can do. If you belong to a fraternity, lodge, or organization of any kind that lias mone In its treasury, start a move to havo the funds invested in Liberty Bonds. Tbero is no safer investment antl these bonds will help feetl antl clotho the boys al the front and supply them with amiiuuitio i. Oiu thing is certain. Wo must come across or the Kaiser will. A bond will help stop him. Anil the best place to stop Europe's madman is in Europe. COME ACROSS AND THE KALSEit CANT. VAST RAILWAY WAR j ) r . . - j'y m a CHEST J Order of Director McAdoo Take Over Great Sums of Money and Securities. Wellington, Miircli 25. A vast railway war chest Is to be created us the result of u revolutionary order Issued by KullwuyH Director McAdoo. Tho order provides that all cash, demand loans and di'iKiMtx mid time drafts and deposits appearing on the companies' Ix.okK ut the closo of bmduesii December 31, 1017, were for rullwuy purposes mid therefore xubject to the control nnd audit of the "director genenil. The effect of this order will be to place ut the disposal of tho director general vast bulunces to be URed for the imlllciitlon nnd mobilization of the Large lines under federal control. sums may be hlilfted from otie company for the use of another by slmpty making a bookkeeping entry of Ute transaction. Sales of , VZZ. .,. ,,,., a I stamps havo a day. This amount provldus tho Treasury witli about of tho entiro amount being oxponded for tho war. While $3,000,000 is only 3 conls a day for oury man, woman and ehilil in tho country, the entire cot of Iho war is hut 30 cents peroapiln a day. war-savin- gs run as high as one-tenth $3 000,000 Z . Tho next time lifo tloosn'l scum liko living, ttonsidor Iho trunuhui. Then go and buy a Liberty Bond as a bracer. You Can Go To School This Spring If You Think You can I'npe Six. Till: CITIZEN March !, 1 01 a MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Uobcrt F. Spcnce, Farm Demonstrator and Special Investigator added to lln Bordeaux wlion spray WHAT TO SPRAY FOH Apple orchards in Kentucky must Ing mi' llio codling moth nml there In- - sprnyml yonr against tin by snvo time. Ori'on nphls tins caused consid npplo mnli disease niid against tin' rurnulfii nml oodlliiB ninth. Bor prnbln loss during tho past vo sea id will very likely nppeiir timy sons ihmu.T niixlnro nr bo used in controlling prncllcnlly npnin. F.xnniino the Irees from tlin all of Hie diseases Hint work on tholo lime nml ff Hie lenvos begin U lonvos nnd f 11 ill. Fur Ihe earlier roll, look on (he under side for II sprays, II is probably safer to me'nphls. If Ihey nre present, sprny mixture in order llio trees with Hlnck I .oaf 10 us Ihe to nvoid any danger of russotlng llu ing threojfpisrters of a pint to ono Arsennto of leiiil hundred gallons nr wnier. lo tn young fruit. should bo used for poisoning tho mixture ndd three pounds of (lis SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE 1st Door HOME DEPARTMENT Conducted by Miss Mnrp.nrct Dizncy, Director of Home Science SID SAYS: I wry lime-sulph- ur Berea's Vocational Schools money-oarnin- That TJio Kaiser is Hero How Do You Liko Him? (By John M. SIdall in tho April American Mngnzliio.) Now Training that adds to your general education g power, combined with lime-sulph- ur TOR YOUNO MEN Agriculture, Carpentry, Brloklaylng, Printing, Commerce and Telegraphy. FOR YOUNO LADIES Homo Science, Dressmakiig, Cooking, Nursing, Stenography and Typewriting. onrculio and the endling moth nnd solved soap In order to mnke th General Education for those mot far advanced, combined with sonic all other inserts which bite and cat material spread more rendily vocatioaat training. No matter what your present advancement, tho leaves of tho fruit. wo can put you with others like yourself and give chance for Whon to Spray SEED CORN most rapid progress. The (lrst summer sprny for conFarmers are urged to test thei trolling scab is given at tho limo it already tested Door English Academy Course when the clusters of (lower bud seed rorn, or buyvery senree. Seed corn is MowFor those who are not oxpecting to teach and who are not goiag havo separated but before tho thru College md desire more general education. It also gives ers themselves hnve opened ou(. can't depend on its looks. Ther lest This is known ns the "cluster hud lias been more than forty tho best general education for tboso who wish n good start in sprny." Tho second very necessary made at County Agent s olllce none study nnd expect to carry it on by themselves application should be given ns lb: of these tests show rorn wortl pelnls of the (lowers begin to fnl!. planting for a crop. We should not Door Normal School to get on This is tho spray that is given fo1' wait until planting timo Tills gives the best training for those who expect to ieach. is tho time, while we can (.lie control of Ihe codling motli corn. Now Courses are so arranged that young people can teach through the For this application and for tho get it. It will be too Into when we summer and fall and attend school through the winter and spring, llml Hint our corn lias failed scab or cluster bud spray, use thus earning money to keep right oa in their course of study. rate of one and one-ha- lf eomo up. at tho Head Dmsmorc'8 great book, "How to Teach a District School." At the Fanners and Husiness or wagallons to fifty- gallons ter, to which ndd three pounds of Men's Banquet nt tho hotel Satur Door Academy Course Bordeaux mixture dny night J. V. Welch ngreed to lend nrcnati order seed com thnt tested from mny be substituted for tho This is the straight road to College best training In Mathematics, if the grower so desires. 00 to 100 per cent and sell it to lb Science, Languages, History and all preparatory subjects. The The Bordeaux mixture nnd tho limo- - farmers at cost and carriage. This Academy is now Berea's largest department. corn will come from western Ken sulphur arc used to control the scab, whlln Hi,, nrs.uinlo nf load is used I tucky, through the Western Ken Door College Hoard of Agriculture, direct to poison the codling moth and ed by the Extension force of Ho This Is the crown of the whole Institution, and provides standard culio. An order of 300 State University. courses in all advanced subjects. A third and even a fourth applica Boone A Temporary Raise in Board is forced by war conditions. To the tion will be. of great help to control bushels has been placed later outbreaks of scab, sooty blotch, County White, Johnson Conntv regular prico of board as advertised in the catalog will be added this black rot, cedar rust, apple blotch, White, Yellow and White Dent, and year, for young ladies, ten cents a week, and for young mon, twenty etc. By all means one should spray Tennessee Red Cob. This 300 bush- cents. This adds $3.60 to the year's expenses for girls, and $7.20 for boyi about the middlo of July for the els will not bo enough to plnnt our second brood of codling moth which crops. Cto to Welch and get what but still leaves the cost half that at other schools and "cheaper than will appear about this time or n you need, and urge your neighbors staying at home." to do likewise. There's no timo to littlo later. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental fee and room rent Bitter rot is very troublesome in waste. Do it Now. We must have by the term, board by tho half term. Installments are as follows: to tho western end of tho State. Wheicj seed corn and this is the time it is causinc damage it may be get it. Don't depend on your seed SPRING TERM necessary to start spraying about corn because u iooks goon or was Expenses for Boys tho first of July and continue until good Iat year, or because it was VOCATIONAL AND ACADEMY POUNI1ATION SCHOOLS AND NORMAL COLLEOIC tho middlo of August. Bordeaux gathered beforo the frost. Test or Buy Nowl S 5.00 $ 0.00 3 7.00 mixturo is rnoro effective in conuridentnl Fee See County Agent Spcnco for 5.00 0.00 0.00 trolling this trouble than Itoom on Seed Corn. 7.75 7.75 The arsenate of lead may be 7.75 Board, 5 weeks 17.75 10.75 20.15 Amount duo Much 27, to;s Eliminate ruts and boles in the 7.75 DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC ROADS 7.75 7.75 Board 5 weeks, duo May !.. roads, save tires and blowouts. '27.50 OF KENTUCKY '25.50 '28.M Total for lain . Your community is more prosExpenses for Girls st perous today than ever before. $ 5.00 $ 0.00 No car needs a shock absorber on ncidentnl Fee 7.00 COO 6.00 in good roads. good roads. 5,00 Room 7.25 7.25 7.25 , Board, 5 weeks 19.25 20.25 Don't blamo the officials for bad Amount duo March 27, 10IS. . 17.25 Early Egyptian Wills. 7.LC, 7.25 7.25 roads, blnmo yourself becnuso you Board 5 week, duo May 1.... Is known about the Precious little .bO 2G.50 2450 haven't paid for better. Total for Term . posmanner of settlement of disputes sible to arise from disagreements conThis does not include the dollar deposit nor money for nooks or Pricos of farms depend upon good nected with the execution of wills nt laundry. roads. What is your farm worth'? the earliest date In Egyptian history. Thnt there were law courts, disputants Special Expenses in Addition to Incidental Fee Business What could it bo worth? and Judges Is beyond doubt, although Fall Winter Sfriag excourts exact pictures of Strangers remember your county ceedingly difficult law Imagine. are $10.00 $12.00 $14.00 Since Stenography and Typewriting to for wills wero perhaps common only Bookkeeping by its ronils. Make boosters UJ0O 1240 1040 (brief courso) your county. among the most wealthy nobles, there Bookkeeping (regular course) 5.00 0.00 740 would be little reason to believe that Business courso for students your community. trials which might result from them up Build ia other departments: String good ronds nnd coax popu- did not sometimes take place In tho DjOO 7.50 10.50 Stenography king's court. lation and wealth. Typewriting, with one hour's 0.00 5.00 use of instrument 740 Com. Law, Com. Gcog, Com. NEW BROWNING RIFLE AND RAPID FIRING GUN 1.50 Arith., or Penmanship, each .. 2.10 150 In no case will special Business Fees exceed $15.00 per term. young man or young woman can get an education d Any at Berea if there is the will to do so. If it is impossible for any young man or young woman to bo in school tho full year, by all means they should enter for a courso dur ing tho winter and spring terms. Tho public schools will close about Christmas and tho teachers and advanced pupils should not bo idlo through tho long winter months but should bo studying in Berea where tho best education can be gotten for least money. 2nd Door Berea's Foundation School 3rd Berea's 4th Berea's lime-sulph- ur 5th Berea's Preparatory lime-sulph- ur, cur-(luc- ky 6th Berea "Tnko nnothor look nt Kmporur William. We nro beginning to see n good deal of him. It sociih to mo that I run into him everywhere t go. And whenever I seo him, I find that ho has n lot nf now in ers structions to give ti hand out things thnt I shall or shall not do. "I.nl Saturday I thought I would go up to tho golf club mid gut i littlo exercise. Whon I got thoie. I found thnt Ibis bird had preceded mo and closed up tho plnco. The cluhhouso looked like Belgium, cold ind desolate. No moro coal until further notice by order of Gorman Willie. "It's the sumo way nt linino heat turned off, lights turned down, sugar nearly gone. And tho at tho bottom of ft all. If it weren't for his ambitions, things would bo back where they wore. j another. "At llio restaurant where I eat "Undo Sam has set out to fire my lunch, William has taken chnrgel And wo ugreo thnt tho thing of the kitchen and the dining-roomust be done. So when they come Ho tells me whut I can have audi nround to you (his spring for con what I can't have inoxllvl trihullons to tho Liberty Loan or what I can't have. He has lowered llio war Savings fund or the Ite.l the ipmlity of the food, raised th.' Gross or the Y. M. C. A, rako nml price., and llxed it so that I have hornpo every penny you onn Hint to yell my head off to get anylliliml and put it in toward Mulshing iu at all. Aside from thnt, lie's a per-- 1 tho Job. feet host. "All Join In Ihe chorus: W-- : "The old boy follows me to the I ofllco. Say, William, have n heart ! We have had n Listo of It would require a couple of hun- him nnd we don't liko his work dred thousand words to describe Wo may have been monkeys once the help ho is to mo in my business Tho scientists tell us wo were. But with all that ho is doing to upset lot's not allow this kind of n specitho mail th railroads, and tho men to mnko monkeys of us aaiu mo--orddloL-tlorlabiill-hended F.m-per- or I tin-min-T processes of nmiiufacluro and delivery. On Itm whole, it 14 ill iri fun thiS( days to sit nt homn m.-- l hlvi'r limn ! m down 'o limine end sweat, "Yes, sir, tho Hmporor is with us every waking moment. It loo ciullo n long time for him to get over hore. hut ho has nrrived, bng and baggngo. And ho has established personal relations with each mm of us. Wo are having exten-siv- o dealings with him nnd wo iuv not Undine (ho relntinn.shl satisfactory. Ho's n domineoriim. l nuisance. Ho's also (ravaBiinl. Ills nresont sniinmit Inm cost about seonly-llv- o billion dol lars nnd four or llvo million lives Ho is the l riimnii-typo thnt gets in wrong nnd burnt llio expense ! Thorn's nothing t bo done but to got rid of him. ir wo let him hnve his way now, ln will go right on rocking tho boat. Ho loves authority, likes to hose fiivo him tho ropo nml there will bo moro wnrs and plenty of them. It will bo ne big scrap aftei J lime-sulph- ur. Changed Moit Everything. Two men who hnd dined well end lndlsi-rpctllurrliitl firm In nrin Into a suhwny car. "Sfiny," snld one bib-ulons pnrty to the other, "letch's change hnts. VhntdynshnyJ" Tho ex. chnngo was duly mndo. "Letch's change conts," snld the man who bad made the first suecestlon. "Whatdyer-shny?- " Thnt was done. "An now," remarked the mnn who hnd kept si- -' lent and hnd followed orders, "letch's chnngo nnmes." He pulled nn en- graved card from his enso nnd Jnmmed It Into his friend's hnnd. Leisurely nnd solemnly the other senrched for his card through his pockets, nnd found It nnd passed It over. New York Times. With the Chaldeans. The Cbntdenns were n sturdy, agrl- -' cultural race. The Innd In which they lived hnd great extremes of climate. Tho summers wero dry nnd hot nnd tho winters, especially In tho rugged northern part, were cold. The rainfall was scant nnd water had to bo carefully hoarded In reservoirs. Much of tho land wns dependent upon tho floods of the Tigris nnd Euphrates rivers for Irrigation, nnd n drought was suro to result In famine nnd suffering. Therefore tho kings nppolnted nstrol-- 1 ogers to scrutlntr.e tho sky to foretell not the plnccs of the moon and planets but the wenther. r j I ' i description; therefore, the Mructure Is nlso token Into consideration. Ilnrdwoods enn be dl'sttncnlshed from the softwoods hy tho prencnew of numerous Inrcer ce:is or pores, wittered more or less abundantly throughout the nnniir.l ring, but not constituting the entire bulk of the wood. Theso IHires should be looked for only on n Ktnoothly cut end surfnee, nnd they may not be visible without u hand lens. New Electric Rain Klto. The director of the radio telegraph department of the commonwealth of Australia hps Invented nn electrlcnl device for Increoolng the rainfall, nnd thus fnr his experiments have been remarkably successful, snys Hnn Francisco Chronicle. Ho filled a ilnm In tho desert country with 10.800,000 gallons In three months. His device In a huge kite supplied with electricity. These kites arc let up on galvnnlted flcxtblo wire, and they go to an altitude of between 4,000 und 0,000 feet. The negative current Is taken from tho earth by means of a terminal width im well grounded. Distinguishing Wooda, Tho number of woods cwnmonly used In the construction nnd famish Ing of dwellings Is limited. Some woods enn be dlstlngntshed by their color nlone. but In others the eolor Is not distinct enoiiKh to permit of . able-bodie- SjHF&MS DOTS 3,.ao'M Applicants must bring or tend a testimonial showing that they ari abovo 15 years old, in good health and of good character. This may b signed by some former Berea student in good standing or some reliable teacher or neighbor. Tho use of tobacco is strictly forbidden. For information or friendly advico writo to the Secretary, 19 MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Ky. Surgical Triumph Over Lockjaw. For a form of lockjuw In u young girl New York surgeons performed an operation affecting tho muscles of the lower Jaw, and then, to restore function, applied n spring motor thnt kept tho Jaw In constant motion. In three weeks, when tho nppllnnco was removed, tho muscles hnd developed surprisingly, Insuring natural chewing. 1 Cross Children. Don't bo llii-ire croHK. If they nre Irrltnble nml jHiuty I en w tliem nlono to their til ih's or try to dlviTt tbolr attention o koniu Intorcslug book or gnine or toy. (lot them outdoors to piny or to wmIU. TVfeo thwii for n itlilo. The common retort to crow children Is In bulng youm-lf- , but this only hurts t lie elilldmi nml tnnkou thorn moody uud Iixchiiugu. Inter dospondentn. crot with children when .,Vi 20 , & ,i. i . A Wlwsiii. hi his wlfo'ii ii ground thnt li i.iii-vt. lilm uiid'oini'tiiMi litiii in ii graph fur company. Keciui it".i- - liiiiiii' ui ii..' i. .r i.ij.in ill tin- - Browning iinirhuii gun before high government .ilticuilK. of the penute and house military commit-teat- i, nnd Aiuerloun niid hIIIiiI uruiy oflicluU at the Congress Heights runge, nwr Vttblugtoii. proved UiWr worth, both functioning purfectly. Tho light gun the Browning uuteliluo rIHe, which Senator Wndsworth of New York Is I" luiudled us mnly as the ordinary rlllu. Tho gun may be fchuMfii tiring opgrtitwl a mi automatic or it wiuIaiitoumttc arm. Tho gun weighs 15 pounds nnd iHwy be fired from the ultouhkr or hip poMllou In bursts of 20 rounds, or by fehujltf allots. The Drowning heavy machine gun shown In tho other photou tripod. This gun Is fed from a belt of 250 rounds of graph Is Hnsl pounds with the water Jacket filled. wuiglw curtridg. The ii... i frn tt-l- Use Language Carefully. J I en ilumld not miy uuirtt about their aolgliburs In their absence titan they would say to Hu m If they ware pros-sn- t. This la wife from a alHiuIpohit of future tranquillity ami It Is sound ethics. Tho hwo Itolile Iruo with writing communications for publication. Whatever enimot be wild ovur your signature fehould not be wild ut all. Where Hnpplnesa Ii Found. SmuftMidy fcjiy Unit luipplniws Is id Wtiys where we Hint It, hut seldom vtbtvt we look for It. This may bo u hmI epigram, but not good philosophy for tho furni. There wo find where wu look for It. Imp-plu- j. T J- -i iniz r if vv V Left Virginia Something. Bnby Jim had found Virginia's cundy sack und had appropriated tho contents. Later ho '.'onfowiil his tsln and tried to Impress tho llHtoiicr with the iden that, bad ns the enso was, It might havo been worm. "I nto alt of cundy," kuUI ho, "but I left tho bug for her to pop." Vlr-vlnl- THE DOTS SOMEWHERE Dour Folks: As I was crlpplod, IN PRANCE. By Clifford Leon Sherman. I I could tell you oxuetly where I urn, but, ns ono of tho IlnglUh boys lioro nays, mull fishing pwicufully from tho "It Isn't done." Hut when you seo tho-olquays It seems hard to think that war Is going on. Thwo old moil remind SAMMY. mo of Ilolbiud, for tboy nil wetir To complete the picture, druw u Hue from dot 1 to dot 2, then from dot 2 to dot 3, uud to on. , (CopyrU-)it- , 1917. by The Hell HyndU-utoInc.) N... ir, I lixd u duiuly time ut tho pli--r wutchlng tho boy unload. I couldn't ho! p. und Hint mudo It pretty soft for me, Tho old town Is vory (pinliit, uud there Is u lot hero that In Intubating. I wish Time is Your Fortune Don't Waste it ! Mnrch M, 10(8. DIE CITIZKiN Pago Seven. SUNDAY SCHOOL 1 APRIL 1 The Lesson 1. Second Quarter, 7, 1910. April Pre-emine- nt HANDICRAFT ' By LAST DAY One FOR GIRLS DOROTHY J FOR FEDERAL RETURNS a It Cost the Average Family IS i PERKINS THE INTERNATIONAL SERIES Text of the Lesson, Mark Memory Verse, Murk 7:37 7:24-3- 5 By REV. D. B. SUTCLIFFE EiUruion Dt ptttmtnt, McxxJr Dibit InitituU, C&cigo (Copyright, by A. Neely 1U1L) A LEMONADE 8TAND WITH DRELLA TOP. UM Penalties for Income Dodgers Are' Severe Get Your Return in if You Arc Liable. April 1, ! Less Than 10c Per Week m for Packer's Profit in 1917 This Is the fundnmcntnl tmth which underlies nit of God's revelntlon to It l probable that JesuV discourse on mnn. Whnt God the Living Iirend, ns recorded In John has done, Is doing fl, was given between the last kwnn nnd will yet do, Is done with this nnil this (ino, cmplmslzlng tliu Ilreud object In from Heaven as the grcut need of nil, view, viz., that In ven himself, npnrt from whom there 0 nil things Christ Is no life, nnil Riving assurance Hint might hnvc the hl.i wonts are both spirit nnil life, Tho first section of our lesson chnu-tThe Object of the (vsh. dcnla Willi lliono who Father's Counsels. know mid have nothing real, but only We nro dangernn otitwnnl form of religion, consist. ously nenr the Ing of rercinonlnl wnshlngi and doctime when wc ilities of men which mnke the word of plnco mnn before flod of no cfTccL Vnln worship from God ns the object the lips only, nnd not from tho heart of his counsels. (vss, 0, 13). They nro spoken of In Hut before ever tho prophets ns thoso who draw nenr time begun It wns to Ood with their mouth nnd honor lilm with their lips but their heart Is Christ who wns dnlly God's delight (I'rov. S:30). And nil during time he fur from him. They hear the words of Is one, for It hns still tho Lord, but will not do them. With pleased the the Father that In Christ their mouth they show much love, but their heart Roeth nfter their covetous-nes- s should nil fullness dwell (Col. 1:10). Not mnn but Christ has been made heir (Isu. 20:1.1; Kzek. 3.1:31). of nil things (Ileb. 1:2). After time The second section of the lesson will be passed this wilt still be true, ns chapter (vss. In which he re- Is stated In Kph. 1 :10, "thnt In the dispeats one of his great sayings, "if uny pensation of the fullness of times he man lmve cars to henr let him hear" will gnthcr together In one nil things (vs. 10), sets before us the truth that In Christ, both which nro In henven, real defilement comes not so much nnd which nre on earth." The error from what we ent or drink ns from tho of humanltarlanlsm rises out of n dewicked henrt within us alt, for, "Tho nial of this truth nnd the consequent heart Is deceitful above all things nnd uttempt to put men in Christ's place. desperately wicked: Who can know Ilumnnltnrlnnlsm Is nothing more than (Jcr. 17:0). Consider our Iird's the exultation of man, lending to his own wonls concerning the wicked deification nnd the enthronement of heart nnd whnt It Is capnhlu of In vss. the human nbove the divine. Mnuklnd to n close the enn come Into the purposed blessing As the nge manifestation of the evil that Is In the from God only ns Christ Is given his henrt of mnn will greatly Increase, for prnjier place thnt of being the prehe said thnt at tho time of his coming eminent object of God's counsels. And ngnln ns Uie Son of Mnn, which mentis what Is true of the human race Is true his coming In glory to set up his King- of the Individual. Thnt life Is blessed dom on earth, nfter the mnrrlage of In the measure In which Christ is pretho Lntnb, things will be ns they wcro eminent therein. In the days of Noah (Luke 17:20). It At the Object of the Scriptures. Is written thnt In the days of Noah The object of tho Scriptures Is not to "Ood bunv thnt the wickedness of man give tho world n history, although the wns grent In the earth, nnd thnt every only absolutely truo history In the Imnglnntlon of the thoughts of his heart world Is Neither Is the was only evil continually, for nil flesh Scripture found there. book, although a scientific hint corrupted his wny upon the earth wherever the Scripture touches science (den. 0:5, 12). It touches It with a true hand and is We do not wonder thnt he went never unscientific. Neither do the awny from nil this hypocrisy nnd for- Scriptures set forth a system of philosmulism of the Scribes and Pharisees to ophy ns the object for which they were bo refreshed by tho faith of the Synv written, nlthough the deepest philosphenlclnn woman (vss. 21:30). The ophy Is found there. The n com nt of this Incident In Matt. 15:23 object of the Hook Is Christ. Without Is n little inoro full In some respects lilm they would never have been writthan tho record In our lesson ; but, tnk-tn- g ten nnd we rend our Hlblcs to llttla both together, we lenrn that this purpose If we fnll to find him upon Its woman of Canaan, who wns n Oreek, pages. He rebukes those of older time nnd n daughter who wns grievously af- by snylng In Jno. 5:39: "Ye senrch the flicted by nn unclean spirit, nnd hear- Scriptures, for In them yo think ye ing of Jesus she came und fell nt his have eternal life nnd they nre they feet, beseeching him thnt ho would which testify of me." Eternal life Is henl her daughter. Note that she In lilm and he Is In tho Scriptures. heard of Jesus; that Is the great thing They would not recelvo him of whom we nro here for, to make lilm known, the Scriptures spnkc nnd so missed to cnuso peoplo to hear of him. Unless the eternal life for which they sought. people nro lenrnlng of him throiiRli us Through the books of history, prophecy our lives nre not benrlng the fruit de- nnd psalms the ono rndltint object in sired, nnd we ure In some mensure fail- typo nud symbol, ceremony und pre ures, nnd may bo ashamed before him diction Is this one Christ at his coming (1 John 2:2S). This Jesus the Lord. He Is the only key womnn having hennl of his wondrous which will unlock the mysteries nnd works believed thnt he could surely the only light making plain the durk henl her daughter, nnd with humble places. persistent fnlth, cnnic to him, addressAs the Object of Our Faith. ing lilm first ns Son of David, but to Our eternal destiny docs not rest this nppenl he mndc no reply, perhnps on whut we do with certain things but becnuse ns Sou of David he could do ii certain person. It Is not the faith nothing for her. Then his disciples, but the object of tho faith that counts. for their own comfort, asked lilm to I may have splendid fnlth In a poor send her nwny, for they said: "She bnnk and lose my money. I may have crleth after us." much fnlth In u rotten boat nnd lose Her next word wns, "Lord help me," my life. And I may have s replied thnt It wns not faith In somo other object than Christ, to which ho brend nnd such ns n good llfo or chnrltublo deeds, meet to tuko the children's cast It to dogs. Kvon this did not nnd lose my soul. If If is snlvntlon I her, und iho wild: "Truth, need I nm to believe In him and be Lord; yet tho dogs ent tho crumbs saved (Acts 10:31). If It Is Justificawhich fall from tholr mnster's table." tion I want I am to believe In lilm nnd Now sho prevails nnd Is rewarded by be Justified from all things (Acts his word: "O woman, great Is thy 13:30). Freedom from condemnation, faith, bo It unto theu even ns thou eternal life, sanctlflcntlon, nil that has wilt" From that hour her daughter to do with my spiritual was well, und bo she found her when linngs on my faith In lilm. No wonder, fclio went home, nnd lying upoti tho then, that wo read, "this Is tho work of bed. Another Instnnco of tho fnlth of God that yo believe on hi in whom he ono prevailing for another; but oh, hath sent" (Jno. 0:20). Ho Is to bo Bitch faith, tho kind that takes tho tho object of my fnlth. lowest place, but will tuko no denial. Will my render stop nnd nsk from tho tnklng henrt, "Am I really trusting In Christ Giving lilm his right place, nnd our pluco ns sinners, but, llko Jacob, nlono or is some other object clinging In our weakness with, "I will beforo my fnlth?" Ho must do not let theo go except thou bless mo" nil for us or ho can do nothing for us. (Gen. 32:20). "If yo bo circumcised Christ will profit The remainder of our lesson chapter you nothing" (Gal. 5:2). Adding anytells of ono who was deaf thing to lilm und his work makes lilm (vss. nnd could not speak plainly. This man to bo of no value to us. Ho Is to bo ho took nsldo from tho multitude, put tho ulono Suvlor, Justlficr, Sanctlfler. bis fingers Into bis ears, spit nnd God will give ull things through him, touched his tongue, looked up to nothing upart from him. henven nnd said, "Ho opened," and The error of humunltartanlsm will tho man could henr, nnd ho como In when any other object than spoko plainly. This healing was after this one Is beforo us. Wo ho roturned from Tyro and Sldon to will bo kept from tho leaven of tho tho Sen of Galilee. Why ho took such riiurlsees when we seek for him nlono different ways of healing peoplo I can- In tho Scriptures, und tho eternal Innot tell unless It wus to deliver us terests of our souls will bo safeguarded from expecting to bo used or blessed und made sure w heu ho Is tho supremo llko somo ono else Wo must hear lilm object of our fulth. my, us wo uro tempted to consider his Thou O Chrlit art all I want! deiillngs with others. "What Is that to More than all In thee 1 And. thee, follow thou :ue." Taking him multltudo reminds us nsldo from tho When from our days of feverish, of tho blind mnn whom ho took by wo come homo nt night tho hand nnd led out of tho town; nnd anxious toll Ltoo tired to pruy, wo huvo doubtless of tho noisy crowd whom he put out of n pari oi ins retho house of Jnlrus. In his own way uermuueu uoi oi depended more ns secuieth best to him bo douth ull sources upon which he N. It well, und Ids way Is ulwuya than upon our direct activity. things , Uest. perfect. y Text, John 8:36 Commentary by Rev. D. M. Stearns. Golden Pre-pare- d TBXT That In nil Oilmen ha might have tha Col. 1:18, 1018, Is the final dny nl-- ; 'iul doesn't like to play lowed under tho federal Income tax You not only can play law for the filing of federal Income "storoT" "store" with a lemonade stand, but tux returns. Persons who nre required to file returns under the provisions' earn spending money selling lemonade; and you will find It more of Inw nnd who fall to get their refun selling something real to real turns In on time arc subject to se- -' vere penalties, us follows: customers than Just "pretending." For making false or fraudulent return, not exceeding $2,0(H) or not ex- -' ceeillng one year's Imprisonment, or both, In the discretion of the court, nnd, In nddlllon, 100 per cent, of the What girl Ico-col$1,-00- 0, IB The Meat Bill is one of the I El large items in the family budget er ice 1 ADE t, J vy i Two chain with straight backs, two grocery boxea of equal size, nnd an umbrella are tho principal require' aents for the unique little stand shown In Fig. 1. It does not matter much In what state of repair the chairs ore, thejr can bo made to serve your purpose. Itr 21-2- s 2 Tho ecats may be broken through; that makes no difference becauso they aro to bo concealed by the boxes used for the counter top. If a leg Is broken, as is often the caso with a discarded chair that you may find, you can easily bind a Btlck to that corner of the chair to prop It up, while, if a back is broken, it can bo mended good enough by binding a long stick up and down or across It. Stand tho chairs back to back, as shown In Fig. 2, and bind together the pair of legs, also the backs. In several places with wrapping twine. Then placo tho grocery boxes on their sides on the chair seats, so their open tops will come at tho back of the counter, and bind them to the chair by passing a rope around their ends, over their tops, nnd down underneath the chair seats, tying In a securo knot. Tho umbrella top Is fastened between tho chair backs as shown In Fig. 3, with the end of tho handle ex- - first-clas- well-bein- 3 tending down to about tho center of the backs, and bound with wrapping twlno or ropo passed around it in tho crlss-croefashion indicated in Fig. 3. Tio in two places as shown, and pull tho twlno taut so tho handle will bo held securely. Flguro 1 suggests how to docorato the umbrella top of your lemonado stand with ft small flag bound to tho Iron ferrulo at the end of the umbrella handlo, and smallor flags tied to tho ends of tho umbrella ribs. Cover tho top of tho counter with a plcco of oilcloth, wblto cloth or sholf paper, and securo soma cloth or with which to conceal tho front of tho counter boxes and tho chair legs, fastening It so as to hang down to tho ground as shown In Fig. 1. A plcco of cardboard with "Ico Cold Lemonado" lettered upon It may bo made to conceal tbo space botween the chair backs, as shown In the Illustration. pa-p- 31-3- i nt tnx evaded. i For falling to mnkc return on time, 10 not less thnn $20 nor more thnu nnd, In addition, 50 per cent, of the nmount of tax due. If on account of Illness or absence live from home you nre unnble to render your return within the time prescribed by law you tuny obtnln nn extension of 30 days If n request therefor Is died with the collector of your district before the due date of the return. In this request you must state the reason why the return cannot be filed within the time prescribed by Inw. Collectors of Internul revenue are The above statement is based on not authorized to grnnt extensions of Swift & Company's 1917 figures more thnn 30 days, but the commissioner of Intemnl revenue hns authorand Federal Census data: ity to grnnt n reasonable extension beyond 30 days In meritorious cases. If you desire nn extension of more Swift & Company's total output than 30 days your request should be (Me.t and - 5,570,000,000 Pounds addressed to the commissioner and Swift & Company's total Profit should contnln n detailed statement covering the reasons which mnkc It $34,650,000.00 Impossible for you to file your return on or before April 1. $.0062 Profit per pound The Internal revenue men are now completing their tour of the country, U. S. Meat Consumption during which they were In touch with - ,170 pounds per person per year the people of every city nnd town. If you failed to get In touch with the $1.05 per person per year 170 pounds at $.0062 deputy which visited your section It Is The average family 416 persons not too late to get advice. Consult $4.72 per family per year your postmaster as to where the nearest deputy Is now. Get your blank form, study the directions nnd the re1918 year book of interesting and quirements ns shown thereon nnd instructive facts sent on request. mnke your return without fnll If your Income wns sufficient to come within Address Swift & Company, Uie bounds named In the law. Union Stock Yards, Chicago, Illinois It Is pointed out by Commissioner Iloper that It Is linportnnt thnt the people comply with the federal laws ns fully as they nre complying with the drafts for men nnd the conservation of foods nnd fuel. "The war must be paid for," says Commissioner Hoper, "Congress hns as much rluht to conscript a Just portion of Income ns It hns to conscript our boys. The tnx for 1017 Is designed to rench moderate ns well ns targe Incomes, so that TWO TYPES OF ITALIAN FLYERS all persons who nre In fiuanclnl position to bear n portion of the heavy government expenses enn be nssessed In proportion to their nblllty to pay. "The man who Is barely making a living or bnrely supporting n family Is not affected by the 1017 law. But the mnn who Is nble to benr a share of the bunlcn has been reached by the new law, and' he should accept his responsibility In the same patriotic spirit thnt our young men have shown In offering themselves for this Rrent purpose of the country to mnke the world safe for people of nil kinds to live In nnd to govern themselves," This tux Is one which recognizes women us on nn equal basis with men. The unmarried woman or the married woman with u salary must make tax return Just the same us uny man. Only the woman supporting her mother or other members of her family may tube out $2,000 exemption. Under the law the head of the family Is tho ono whose earning power contributes to the family's support. Similarly a widow with small children to support can take out $2,000 exemption nud $200 uddltloual exemption for each of her children under eighteen. Thus It Is Intended that Type of dirigible nnd new Itullun Hying boat Maccbl, used by the Itallaa the luw shull work no hardship to woI men having to struggle to get along. navy for pntrol work nlong tho Adriatic, each must file return if her InHut come Is $1,000. The Serenity of Labor. I A man whoso wife dies and who Is Latimer recalled the wonder that al- -, Depreciation. left with small children to support ways possessed lilm when he stopped upou a moderate Income may also take And how about depreciation? Does to peer down Into excavations where full exemption under tho new tax law your accounting department consider men groped about In a crazy network and nlso clulm $200 exemption for It n cost? It Is Just as much of cost of mnlns nnd conduits, or when he crch of his children under eighteen. as the coal you burn under your boll looked up to the steel girders swinging The widower under the law Is a era. Your plant' and muchlnery Is be- Into place on the new skyscrapers. single man nnd must mnko tnx re- ing used up In operation. It has been Only now and then would ho catch turn accordingly. Married men need estimated thnt f tho corpora-tton- s sight of a heavy sledge In piny, or tho not lllo returns unless they are earnIn this country provldo for de- heave of muscles. As a rule men ing $2,000 or mbre. preciation arbitrarily at the end of tho moved about In tbo tnngle of cloaca "This Is ns much a national obliga- fiscal year. Large profits liberal de- its If engaged In tin elaborate minuet. tion us tho reporting for duty of a man preciation! Small profits no deprecia- Ho wv men poised on tbo end of a drafted for service with the colors," tion! Who would bo bold enough to kteel beam go through n graceful suys D. C. Koper, commissioner of In- - say that coal used during the yenr with n measured wave of ternnl revenue. "As It stands, It Is was not a cost unless largo profits the urm, now this way, now that way, much a matter of the man or wo wero mndo? Con! used disappears m stories above tbo sidewalk. Yet tho man's own conscience. It Is for lilm a tanglblo evidence of lost value but got themselves dug, nnd tho or for her to determine Just how fur tho used machine, although It has also subways pavements were laid und torn up ho Is liable to the tux. Ho must tlguro lost la value, still remains on hand, again und the skyscraper grew a tils own Income and If It reaches tho same as when purchased, eotiplo of storlou overnight. From tho figures tunned In tho law must make much tho report upon It to the proper and Its depreciation Is Ignored because Atlantic. fultbful It cannot bo visualized. authority. but cents per week of it less than goes to the packer in profits. stock into In converting meat and getting it into the hands of the retail dealer, the packer performs a complex and essential service with the maximum of efficiency. Swift & Company U. s. A. .' one-hal- "This tax wnr. Is Compressed Air Clears Sewer Pipes. Ilrndford, England, hns n sewer flvo "This Is a people's tux It reaches miles long with u drop of 70 feet In right down Into tho pockets of tbo distance. Tho grndo Is not uniform. small wage earner; It makes lilm a, As tho sewago Is loaded with heavy, partner In the Job of winning tho solid mutter, the How was not what) war," It should lmve been. The city did not want to resort to pumping becnuso of Ono of tho city en the expense. No Right to Crow. glneers hit upon tho Idea of using comKettle, who was spending a few pressed air nt a pressure of 80 pounds weeks In tho country, heard a rooster nnd discharging It at regular Intercrowing ono morning, and stamped vals Into tho sewer. The plan was carher foot ungrlly, exclaiming: "Oh, you ried out with great success. It has shut up; you don't lay any eggs I" been done for somo tlmo uow without a recurrenco of tbo difficulty. nnd will be In effect during tho distinctly a war meas-ur- o ' Christ or "the" Christ, rrotestnuts do not use tho article beforo tho word Christ, although from a philological viewpoint this Is qult Incorrect As everyone knows, Christ Is tin adjective In Oreek, meaning anointed. Now, an ndjectlvo cannot lie employed nlono without a nnmo or an Wo can, therefore, but say article. Jesus Christ, or the Christ. Christ alone has nn meaning whatever. Also, In view of tho fact that there havo been several Chrlsts, the term "the Christ" Is inoro appropriately applied to Jesua to distinguish tho Christian Buvlor from all others. The Surest Preparation is Training School Page Eight tendenries THE CITIZEN to many Sturgeon friends Sunday. Lester Cook spent Sunday with his Frank Spencc, vnusin, Ed. Strong. A Liberty Bond is not only the II. N. Whicker, C. N. Gabhard, W. safest but the most unselfish invest- N. Cook and M. C. Hughes are today ment on earlh. attending Circuit Court at of bodily infirmities March 28, INS, East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else No evil. Enlist in the Great Industrial Army and Assist Our Government enrmpondrnr publUhrd tintrM limn! In full by thi rlttr. Th nm n etidtnc of mod faith. Write plalnlr. it not for pnbllcitlon, but Delia Wells left last week for an Every time you hoard a dollar, you help a Htm. Huy a Liberty extended visit with relatives in Leslie County. Hughey Penning- Bond. ton, who recently vacated the home k of John Daughorty, has moved to H.ion Nc?rt JACKSON COUNTY . the W. H. Clark farm. J. B. Him. ory, size 2$s in. x 2$ in. x 29 in. Goochland million of plowing for corn. Mrs. Gentry Every kins of Clay County was at this Goochland, March ill. other kind of spokes. Don't be afraid you will glut the doesn't seem to bo gaining any. place during the past week on busthing is looking like wo am going We want these spokes within the next six months, James Flanery and Boone Moore market. George Buttry of this place Farmers iness. to have an early spring. passed through our place on busi- - Our factory will remain at Iierea so long as you furnish us are all getting busy planning for a expects to leave soon for a visit ness Friday S. and M. S. Field the t;mber to opernte on. Quite a crop. People better get busy and with his son in Indian;). have sold their stock of goods and makn all they can to feed our bos number from this place attended properly at tho mouth of Holly Willie Jackson church at Island City last Sunday. in the trenches. Fork to John 1). Ray of Clay CounWe Offer Following on Spokes A protracted meeting is being and Helta Hammonds were married ty. Mr. Hay has taken possession y. The groom is the grandson held this week at the lliincomo M. of the store and will move his fami DcliYercd at Berea r ea L. & N. R. R. betweei Jellict ail lerea of Mrs. Sally Martin; the bride is iE. Church by the Itcv. Mr. Early ly soon. Mr. Fields will move In the daughter of Mr. John Hani from London. brother. his farm near the head of the creek. monds. We wish them success and Frank Bowman, son of John T, SPLIT HICKORY SPOKES Saving dollars and wasting the happiness. Joseph and Maggi Buy a Liberty Bond and be a real Bowman, who has been employed . Either Red or White Timber Martin went to Berea Monday on lives of the hoys in the trenches is shareholder in tho government. in the paper mills at Lnckland, O., Trie Mr IN rwm Better invest in a Mrs. Sally Martin vis poor business. business. was caught in n roll of paper and l?4'x2f 15 Inches !ong.;Hlckory only, . . $ 7.00 ited Mrs. Catherine MeCollum Mon Liberty Bond. so badly injured he died on the Silver Creek 2Jgx3 16 Inchw long 35.00 day. Willie Callahan visitod his operating table. He bad only been WilSilver Creek. March 25. Perry grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. MADISON COUNTT 2?x3U 16 inches Ion 40.00 Mrs. Rosa H liam Anderson was at Ilichmond married five weeks. We Kingston MeCollum, Saturday night, 16 inches long Wednesday on business. . 3J$x3! Charlio Moore, of Ethel, called on the cor50.00 Kingston, March 20. wcro all proud to read the letter 2 x2H 28 inches long, second growth Miss Lcona Click has moved to his farm that he respondent Saturday and subscrib.... ell White Timber 25.00 Webb entertained Misses Stella recently purchased. that John Dooley wrote his aunt. We arc Blad ed for The Citizen, taking advantage 2J(x2Jl!-- 29 inches long Red or White Reed, Eva llouel, Verna Flanery and to welcome them in our vicinity. of the benefit of reading a good paTimber 00.00 Whatever your financial measure Howard Whitaker of Berea, to din The Silver Creek Sunday-schoCounty Inn per for the coming year. 28 inches long, CO per cent U$x2 you can be fitted witli a Liberty ner Sunday. Miss Elizabeth Flan- - received their new organ. AU, 40 per cent CD 12.00 Alva Agent P. M. Frye has been traveling nery returned to Berea to enter Baker and son. Sherd, were at Riv- through Owsley and Jackson counBond. Ask your banker about it. A largo number erside Tuesday on business. school last .week. C. T. ties for tho last week- warning the Second Growth White & Cheatnut Oak of people from here attended the Johnson of Cincinnati is visiting Iim peoplo to be careful in the selecParrot 29 inches long 2JCX25S 00.00 Fac- ihomo folks. Most all the play given by the Vocational Parrot, March 25. Mr. and Mrs. M. G. tion of their seed corn. R. J. Bow2x3 ig inches long 35.00 farmers are done sowing oats, and ulty at the Tabernacle Saturday Cruse anil children spent Sunday man will probably soon return to 16 inches long 2J4'x3U 40.OO Mrs. night. Every ono said it was well with Mrs. Hiram Pigg. some are plowing for corn. Lieut. F. Lockland, 0, where there is a po50.00 3Jx3K 16 Inches long Ellen Williams has measles. Gran- - rendered and ought to be given O. Bowman is spending an unlimited sition waiting for him. Misses Tho characters of the play furlough witli bis parents. All spokes must be free from defects, such as worm 1! UlhlU 11 again. Vl tlUllliai'U in CAI'IVKII Jessie and Grova Bowman were holes, wind shakes, knots, bird pecks and crooks, and series of meetings at Letter Bo. aro heartily congratulated by all among a largo rrowd attending the split lull of size specified. W. 1". for their great success. Scott Johnson lost "Berlin or Bust" is a mighty poor series of meetings conducted by the mare last week, from some unknown Eager, Sr.. came last week for a vis- slogan unless it is backed up liber Rev. George Early, pastor at Bing- ' ham Chapel, Sunday. cause. S. J. Nelson bought a mule it witli his daughter, Mrs. M. B. ally with Liberty Bonds. Hog buyers Flannery. William Thos. Eager, from Bleve McCowan for 8125. are, very numerous in our vicinity Bert Summers. Hay Mullins and Jr.. has joined tho Boys' Corn Club at present, offering 13 cents per ESTILL COUNTY INCORPORATED twenty-si- x Horlon Treadway other of our boys for this year. We hope our season will pound. Locust Branch went to Ilichmond last Monday to and family are preparing to leavo Locust Branch, March 25. The lie favorable on the working ele- Be rea Kentucky bo examined as to their physical for Nebraska, next week, to maJ;c farmers here have been busy sow ment, so plenty will bo made and C. B. Moore ing oats Old their future home. ability for military service. the Kaiser defeated. and grass while the ground berla nof only morVhadows ovierythlnic Undo John Seals passed from this has moved on to the farm of Wil was dry. Mrs. Mary Richardson, TARGET FOR else, but has created a Innational probIsaac Smith who has been sick for some time, world on March 20th. He bad been liam Mays, at Terrill. The Kaiser's effort to shake our Importance lem not approached living with his son, Wilce, since who has been on Mr. Mays' farm is not any better. Married a few faith in the Lord by claming to be war. Thn since the aged companion will move into the property which weeks ago, Miss Ada Bickncll of his partner, is characteristic Gerthe death of his correspondent In this connection Is InLONG-RANG- E .GUN formed reliably that Japan, utter Mir tho previous summer. We believe will be vacated by Mr. Treadwaythis place and Andrew Davis, of man camnullage, intended, among that he was a true Christian, as his Sam Hill of Illinois moved to hisl Michigan. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Car-1- other things, to discourago your frankest exchange ot views with thn walks in this world proved it. II.' farm last week, which he had purallies, still Is studying the quentlon and It's little daughter, Lulie, ha' buying Liberty Bonds. We been very low with pneumonia.-has not decided upon Its policy. leaves several children, grandchild- chased from E. B. Warford. FOREST HIDES CANNON THAT Mr. regret to learn that Miss Martha Mr. and Mrs. Walter Richardson ren and friends to mourn. JACKSON COUNTY HURLS MISSILES 76 MILES Regulations For Oil Distribution. and Mrs. Bert Summers visited at Dean, who went to ML Jackson. visited Mr. and Mrs. Willard Barker Green Hall Washington. President Wllcon, , INTO FRENCH CAPITAL Adam Price's Saturday night and Indiana, for treatment last ween, Sunday. Warm Green Hall, March 25. that tho shortage of fuel oil Sunday. Buck Cunagim ba3 is not improving as she should. Her weather is still prevailing with made It necessary to tako steiie for bought tho Jerry Lakes place. sister. Miss Vena, left S"unday to be Buying a Liberty Bond is a spring-lik- e rains, which is adding Shells Fired Into City With better regulation for war purpose, Green Berry Gabbard has moved to with her. Mrs. Lucinda Hamilton mighty safe way to be one of the to tho beauty of old mother earth promulgated revised rules nuvrralnK Regularity From Monster his new house on Black Lick who has been visHing relatives in men behind the guns. The by making her so green. Falls to Ruffle Pari- Its distribution In all locolltlc cast of Branch. Laura Hundley visited Owsley County returned homo lly proclamathe Ilocky Mountains, fanners and woman's club meeting sian Blattt Uiher In Sabbath. at Phee Hillard's Saturday night tion of January 31 manufacturers and OWSLET CODNTT which was to be held at Bethlehem distributors whose gross sales aggreand Sunday. Scoville the fourth Saturday was postponed Wfstrrn Newpapr I'nlon Nwr c gated more than 100,000 barrels a year Buy a Liberty Bond and get you' Seovillo, March 21. The farmers on account of tho rainy day. llerlln. Paris has hern bombirdod were required to obtain llcenmw from Take caro of the men behind the dollars into Uniform. guns, accordare busy plowing and sowing oats. Mrs. Jim Henry Jones of Edgcwater, by German regulaing to tho German otllclnl statement. the Fuel Administration. The guns and Liberty will take care of Mrs. Chester Dooley and daugh- Cnl passed through here Sunday on That purl of the statement which tions of today now control tUw Bond will Blue Lick itself. Buying a Liberty ter left for Dayton, Ohio, last Mon- her way to Iyner. where she will Uua,B wlth lho bom,,arthnent is as help gome. A large day, Blue Lick, March 25. relatives ami friends. Sho 0wh: "Wo have bombarded tho where she joined her husband. acreago of early vegetables was German Transport Strikes MIim. tress of Paris with accompanied by her sister-in- Charlie MeCollum has purchased Tyner planted in this section last week. arriving at Klnlandera London. a farm from JelT Woods at Pleasant law. Mrs. J. G. Bowles of Beatly- Paris. Tho German "monster can Stockholm on the gunboat Svenshuml Farmers arc Mumps aro prevalent in this vicin- Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Terry Main-o- villi. -S- am Wolfe of Bond was th.i Tyner, March 25. non which has been bombarding German transport Frank-lan- d pressing their spring plowing an I ity. Quito a number from Blue spent Saturday night and Sun- guest or F. F. MeCollum last Sun- Paris has been located In tho forost Bay that the a mine and sank ut Noor-lanstruck are preparing to plant a greater Lick attended the play, "The Old day with her parents, Mr. and Mr.-"- . day night. Don Ev- of St. Gobaln, west of Laon. and exMr. and Mrs. according to an Exchange acreage to corn, if they ean secure and the New," given at Berea on Dennis Waddle at Major. Miss ans of Nathanton visited their moth- actly 122 kilometers (approximately dispatch from Stockholm. Tho the seed. W. M. Dunigan is work- the night of the 2.'lrd. A multitude Carrie J. Rowland spent last Sun- er, Mrs. Matilda Evans Saturday 76 miles) from tho Paris City Hall. transport was crowded with wldlern. ing a few days for County Agent of farmers should profit by the day with her aunt and uncle, Mr. qiight and Sunday. The gun bombarded Paris during the cannon and munitions, and, according Fryo in a seed corn campaign thra moral taught for liko Henry Wil- and .Mrs. Alfred Wilson at Turin.--Mi- ss greater part of tho day. The day was to the dispatch, the entire crew, nil of Mr. son they have not as yet learned the mountain counties. It is a dull sense of duty that will ushered In by loud explosions from tho soldiers and Admiral von Aloyror Nannie Bonds spent the week shells nnd Immediately wero lost. Emma Strang and family have sold "to mix brains with the silo." - end witli Mr. and Mrs. Fred Estes put off until tomorrow the Liberty the tho alarm to take cover was sounded. out all their belongings and liavo One of the most thrilling chases on at Idamay. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cor-ne- tt Bond you should buy today. Many persons sought shelter, hut It's Peace They're After. record was participated in by the moved away to parts unknown. and children spent Sunday groater numbers of them appeared In Headquarters of the Italian Amy. Sum Mcsser has purchased two fox hunters of this section on Sat- with Mr. anil Mrs. George Mainous. CLARK COUNTT the streets on their way to the church The cannonade along the Plato and farms from W. II. Reynolds for urday night last. A Mrs. C. B. Rowland spent a couple es, which were almost as well filled as the mountain fronts is bcgliinluK to Log Lick 1,500. The property is known as pack of hounds for several hours of days last week with her sister. ' llughie usual. The women who sell palm show Increased actlvltyf Th encmr Log Lick, March 25. W. M. Bullock mado the air resonant witli their Mrs. Alfred Marcum, at Earnestvilie. the Mcsser, and leaves on Palm Sunday did their usual again !s resorting to Insidious methbaying as they swept farms. Mr. Messer and family will ness. At first tho shells ods of "propaganda, and tho latest air Mrs. Nannie Judd is staying with 111111111 1113 iltMl luwiui movo to their new homo tomorrow. onward in their pursuit of their Mrs. W. A. Adams at Hooneville. began arriving at'iiitcrvals of 20 min- raids aro notable for tho dropping of Mrs. Mattie Jones, of Colorado, quarry a grey fox which was Miss Dora Bonds is slaying with Lowry, at this place Saturday and utes. Their power to disturb the manifestos nnd peace HtenttBre Tho llev. J. H. Matherly eiuanamity of tho populace, however, will bo visiting her parents, Mr. caught by tho dogs. Its hide was so Mr. and Mrs. Tom Gabbard at Sunday. of bombs. preached at the Log Lick Christian seemed less, tho people refusing to be Mrs. W. M. Bowles, for tho next badly mutilated as to be unfit for and Booneville y. Tho congregation .distracted. , Church Passaoe of Dill Delayed. George Mullins, of market. two weeks. Tho new law rocent'y For the boneflt of that portion ot Lima, Peru. Tho senate, In horret was e.vneclinu Bro. Howard of Val- -t Dayton, 0- - has moved into the passed by tho Kentucky Legislature Ono little Liberty Bond will make ley View to preach Tor us but he' the populaco which had been led to session, decided to delay for souio time bouse with his parents, Mr. and does not seem to worry the hunters you a stockholder in the United 1111, .,..1 vifiiii . nn. .ii.i iliv ovni.,i ipnloi'4 believe the German had broken the passago ot the Government bill, .. u . .i Milk cows as tho tax imposed on dogs will b Mrs. Calvin Mullins. cvrtlA-cato- s pnnpany of Hun Strafers. from Estill County passed thru Paris from nearby positions a semi- - authorizing tho lssuo of gold. by dearo selling from $75 to 125; work ebeerfully met rather than forfeit as currency guaranteed here yesterday on their way official note wus issued during the posits In banks In tho United HUtux. mules from $175 to $250. their pleasure of the chase. 'Ibis Sturgeon Aeie ,lay This warned the peoplo against to tlio wincnesier uwri. is one of the diversions of country Next SunSturgeon, March 20. Kerr and ueriium bpry visiteu bellovlng pessimistic reports, "Tho lionising to buy a bond is equiva- people that is not counterfeited. Depth Bombs Spell Raider's Dooas. day at 0:00 o'clock Prof. Jim Botner friends near Winchester yesterday.' Trench front Is Intuct," said tho note. An Atlantic Port. Tho sating at a, lent to turning your back upon They take it as Daniel took his will organize a Sunday-schowas organized atj "Any assertion to the contrary Is a drltlsh ship by Amorlcan deHtrtiyem Liberty, prayer with tho windows of pub- and L. B. Brewer the dloyal Oak singing school at and tho probable destruction ot o at the Pino Itidgo school house last lie." lic investigation open. Unlike the Ike Hughes, Mrs. Sunday. capital church house. The bombardment J. II. Dawson. of Win-- 1 anilnil nm.tn.l nMnnl. or ,wltho Into fia tacking submarine was doscrlb4 It pleasures Rathanton lawfulness of unlawful ' .1 n passengers upon tho urrival at tte W. N. Hughes, Mrs. Carter Mahaffoy Chester was Hero on inisiness bai- " " Married tolerated now in cities by tho movNntlianton, March 23. Ernest Elkin, who has for clock no explosions had been heard vessel. nothing and Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Cook were unlay. recently, Thomas Caudill of Leslie ies, the theatres, there is raoro than an hour. The "clear welcome visitors Sunday at the in Illinois for tho past twelo( County, to Miss Mattio Carter of to weaken tho reason, to impair the M at homo of Mr. and Mrs. Meredith vniira pnmii linek linmn a row llaVSi . The sale of British and Irish wool E. B. Flanery of Maul-de- n tenderness of conscience, to obscure this place. ' . ilTej. vv ho Hughes. Dr. J. A. Mai clnPk County bombardinent Ul0 Bliell8 arrlvod on to persons other than those authorljn,.,.i all(, ,imi(.llt was in this neighborhood their faith in God or blunt their recently went to Louisville for medCorn U twenty-mlnutfarm for 250 per ncre. Intervals, later In tho ized by the fiovernmeut, has been h relish for spiritual truths, but out Bitha Thursday on business. again and im- felling here for $H.OO nnd 0.00 per. day they began arriving every M forbidden. canopy at night ical advice, is homo of this place will leave soon under the starry Sunday-schoat proving slowly. Seed com is going to bo' utcs on tho averago and some of them for Oklahoma where she expects U thev often get a vision of God giv Big Spring school house every SunArrangements are being made t" hard to llnd in this part of Clark.- -- even fell 12 minutes upart. spend tho summer visiting ro ativos ing them strength to overcome the Isaac Hughes There are more tobacco beds sown ! In mllltnrv rlrrlpM thn liHlli'f was nx keep a complete record of all In day at 2:00 o'clock. of Idamay was hero Sunday in the in this county than wo have ever pressed that the Germans were using dians who serve in the Army or guns. The Matin Navy during the war. interest of his telephone system. Steve two seen in ono year before. Jesse Holbrook recently sold his Bowen of Schollsville, this county, says the position of one of tho guns fortho USE mare mule to Itoh Bowman for the bought a bunch of hogs from llarg. was established in placeSt.it Gobaln tighten new suhmuj'iiie The somewhat est, which would Bud Strong Allen for 10 cents per pound. consideration of $225. further south than had been behoved which aro being made at tho Font The Bob Parker of Powell County has and In tho wooden area. This posi- plant, will be known as "Eagles" sulci his choice mule fur $250. Farmers Club did not meet at Beth- moved to the Leroy Clem house tion would be about 70 miles from uiul will constitute the Eagle rlnM lehem Saturday, but some of Its near hero last week. Wilbert Paris. of boats. members wish to urge every neigh- Berryinun sold a pair of mules to a IT'S bor to test his seed corn now, Siberian Situation Becoming Grave. Wheal farmers in soiuu of the Winchester man for R00. most corn in this county Tokyo. Tho Interest In America grain districts of the Northwestern BRIGHTER, WHITER AND LIGHTER . and In Europe In the possibility of Jap- States aro buying advertising in (altbn it looks well) will not sprout. I'liiiro's a whole lot moro behind laneso military intervention In tho war newspapers, urging consumers lo Don't wait till tho middle of June Than Any Other Brand Bond than tho actual J la duplicated In Japan, where tho M. u Liberty to huy good seed corn! savo food. , investment. Think it over. L'Ptt of tjio (l!spaiioLan.army tajau Napier of Lynch was visiting his - - to-da- Wallaceton Mr. Wallaei'ton. Marob 21. Beshonrer of Clay County has moved into the house vacated by A SLowe. Mr. Heshearer purchased the farm from Win. Stowo, Arthur moV0(, (), I)ay,on 0- S(,nV(, We are having several prospective land buyers in our neighborhood of late, The farmers have been litis-(lithe past week plowing and gathering corn. We have been testing corn in this neighborhood and find some total failures. Some has tested CO per cent. Our blue grass fields aro looking green about one month earlier than last year. Miss Arata Brewer of While Hall is visiting at Dan Bolkin, Jr.'s. Pole Wyley, of Berea, is visiting his - This is not only a commercial but n patriotic projxwi-tio- n as well. Our Government is making strong demands Liberty Bonds aro far more at on us to furnish spokes for army use. In odcr to make tractlvo in tho safety deposit box pood our contracts with the Government we call upon our tax receipts in tho bill file. than farmer friends to do their best to get their spoke timber to Island City our factory. Island filly, March 25, The The Standard Wh.l Cnmrtmnv !e in nei'il tn.rlnu i( ng ''Z'z7'z:Z - "'"" rkM' "i"? the Prices ol - Standard Wheel Co. PARIS Husso-Japane- 10 -- Ten-Inc- Weapon-Bombard- ment Sn-vl- c fal-vis- it for-wa- s e us '.. d, h Telu-grap- tun-Inc- well-train- ed decp-nioutli- cil -iiny, to-da- ol - ... 1 slg-bee- n Ilol-rom- o mln-barre- ol e POTTS' GOLD DUST FLOUR 1 ques-mone- y t