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Citizen (Berea, Ky.): April 4, 1918 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1918 cit1918040401_sn85052076 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Citizen (Berea, Ky.): April 4, 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. PRESIDENT'S CDMI5 BEREA C UEREA COLLEGE UEIIEA KY OFFICE PUBLISHING CO. Editor (INCORPORATED) WM. Q, FROST, Edilor-lnMII. WERTENBERGER, Mniln AV. rttiM fnail'malttr KnlrrtAal the ltnSftct nt limn, at uttmd Vol. XIX. Five Cents per Copy. DevotRd to tlie Interests II OUR OWN STATE Ilrlg. Gen. Roger Williams, of Lexington, has been held physically tin-Il- l, mid the examining hoard nt Washington hns recommended h's retirement from active service. Five of the hills passed by the last Legislature have been allowed to become laws without the Governor's signature. Among these is lb? Niiim-Jon- es tied Light Hill. The Citizen of tibie . 3Eo-u.ntELin- Knowledge Is Power and ths way to keep up with modern Knowlcgo Is to read a good Newspaper. No. SO. . People per Year. HKIlKA. MADISON COUNTY, KI.M'I CK APRIL fc I. 1918. J .' One Dollnr Indiana Safe for Democracy Yesterday Indiana enjoyed its first day of "Bone Dry " life. The Indiana State-wid- e prohibition law is, as it should be, drastic in its provisions and will make that state a safe place for our mountain people to live and enjoy our free government. GEM. UJrOCH HUNS FAILING DESPITE GREAT FORCE IN DRIVE j I WORLD NEWS Third Liberty Loan Uncle Sam calls on his kinsfolk once more; this time for only $3,000,000,000.00. He and his boys are in the big war and they must have this amount to pay expenses as they go along. Where is the man or woman who claims kin to Uncle Sam and dares to refuse to buy his Third Liberty Bonds? We have not failed him on the other two chances we had to help and we are not going to do less, this time. BUY A THIRD LIBERTY BOND. , Correspondent at French Head quarters Says Kaiser Had 185 Divisions at Front. ABANDON Much satisfaction is felt by France that tho chief command of the allied forces has been given to General Focli. Ho is a commander of experience and ability, and Is considered the best strategist Franco has. John Trial of Cfinm Surireon I.leiif flitl II. Allen before a courtmnrtial nt Camp Zaehary Taylor on charges growing out of the death of Private' Ijtu.t . .( rilllfl Mllfffllf ll'HJ nflMftlfnnn 11 lf.(l'lt . . .1 ll.l nun tho i The iAlli,es nro considering possibility of an Austrian drive into Italy. Lombardy might well he tho objective point. Largo quantities of stores nro locnted'heru and STRAIGHT ATTACKS II could lie used ns a center for nn invasion of France from tho South. "'t. I Hindenburg's April Fool In a cartoon "Tlio Kfnfn Tnv HiinuniRsion ini- iiouneed Thursday increases in Ihir- -' ly-lcounties totaling .?22.2Ij,00J had been mailt and sent back to th county boards for equalization. The seed com situation in Clark County is very serious, and It has been difficult to awaken the farmers to a realization of the unprodue,.! tiveness of practically nil corn in the county. Governor Slanloy Saturday vetoed published : by the Lexington Herald, Hindenberg is seen phoning to a Paris restaurant ; the conversation runs as follows "Hello! Hello!! Hello!!! iss 'feBHflHaLvLslflLLLLLLwil Iss dot Paris? Hello! Diss Hindenburg. Yah, Hindenburg. I want to speak mit der Cafe de L'Opera. Yah, Hello! Iss dot der restCancel dot dinner for aurant? Diss iss Hindenburg. . me und der Kaiser und LudendorfT. Yah can't come. I'm detained. Vat iss? Vat?? Vencanlcome? Got in Himmcl, how can I tell? Here come der Americans!!!!!" 1 the bill aimed at instruction in the1 German language in public schools of Kentucky, explaining that ignorance of German would hamper the people of this country in dealing with the deceptive Hun. Ferdinand toili 1ms been romniuiulcr of the allies' armies In Frmice. He will lend the ngnlnst the Germans. It wiiR General Focli who directed the nttnek on tlu Gerinnn left think nt the Manic that won the bnttle nnd suved General nppolnted c eolinter-olTenslv- Word from Pike County is to the Plied floil. Trimnln Snnrka need Japan's relation to the world and Hon. Her mountainous islands (117,- - twentv-lhre- e son of Shark TAKE FOE the world war is a matter of in- - 000 square miles have hut limited 'a farmer of John's Creek, was killed AMERICANS creasing interest to millions of, natural resources. So small is the! "somewhere in France." The Is Japan playing a amount of her arable land that for), nation came through the War De- Huns Try to Gas Village Behind U. siirowd, seiiisii game reserving nor, every square- - nine mere aro -- .ore: partmonl. He leaves a father, motl to tho er, and several brothers and sisters forces until tho time comes to, inhabitants. Emigration S. Front. strike hard in order to reap enor- -; great continents of vast undevelop- resources ha", moreover, been John IlatlilT, of Hazard, sentenced nious prollLs to the loss and even lh!''d perinani'iit damage of her present refused by Canada, the United to be electrocuted for the murdee Throw Thousand Shells of Many Kinds allies? Or is sho honestly coop Slates. Australia. New Zealand and of John Haker, n cripple, was sent Into Town U. S. Men orating with them ready to aid In Siberia. In spite of her economic to Winchester from Perry County Blacken Faces. building up a new world order, in.! obstacles, Japan has, nevertheless, for Two others tried wlilcli nil nations, the small and the Kiven nor people universal eiiuen on the same charge and given lightWith the" American Army In Frnnce, weak, as well tis the great am) thi'ti". modern methods of Justice, in er sentences, were senlla. Lexing- April. ..r-Th- e Germans trleq, to .strong shall have justice, security civil government, and a ton. HatlifTs appeal will bo heard "pus" n certain vlllnge behind .the Arnerlcnn front nnd nlso to Uestroynt and opportunity? Those are ques- world outlook. Her adoption of Slay 5. with Incendlnry shells, hut n high tions of vital importance. Any in- western medicine, hygiene and the wind up disputable facts thai throw light principles of sacredness of human Former United States Marshal poisonous fumes which blew nway the nnd n rainstorm put on the situation .should he keenly life has stopped destructive epi- Thomn.s Hollilleld, of Knott County, out the welcomed by every intelligent Amer- demics and infanticide, by which atnl Deputy Sheriff Tilden CombsJ Hturted. few flrei that had been factors population in ancient times of Perry, raided "blind tiger" whisican. The Germnns opened fire npulnst These remarks are suggested by was held to be a pretty even scale. ky resorts on Lott's creek, in Perry the vlllnge nt ten o'clock nt night, n booklet recently published by Dp. Those physical and psychological County, where they confiscated a and kept It up until three o'clock In Gulick entitled. "Anti - Japanese conditions create in Japan and for large quantity of whisky, making the morning, throwing nbout 1,000 War Scare Stories." The author the world also a problem found nn- - several arrests, l lie men were shells. These Included ens, shrapnel, nnd Incendlnry MielK has rendered an important servir! where else. taken lo the Hazard jail. The Inst In bursting gnvo off fumes Second: The policy of the F.uro-storiby running down a number of which Irritated the eyes nnd cnused that have been circulated iwnii nations in their denling with The teachers and twenty pupils throughout, the United Sin tea ilur Afrit'a antl Asia lias loo often been of the Maysvillo High School, mem sneezing. The live Intrepid Americans who pen log the past few years. Ho shows characterized by selfishness, greed, hers of the domestic science class, etrnted the Gerinnn trenches In tho that whatever may be the facts in fraud, aggression, and secret din were poisoned from eating food of morning, rapturing four llnvnrlnns, lomacy. Too often have the re- their own preparation. The symp killing one nnd wounding another, regawl to Japan's alleged sinister policies, many of the stories usuil sorted (o ruthless military occu- - toms in each case wore severe, hut were: Lieut. George Itedwood of Hnl lo prove them have been without pancy and annexation. In tho light' Superintendent "tlniore, Corpornl Henry Morgenu of nro recovered of lheo features of the policies or,ca,,,wr ,lvs ordered an investiga- - Cherry Vidley, Mnss., l'rivnte Edward louniiauoii. Carson Shumate of Ada, W. Vn.; I'rt It is now known, moreover. Hint wi'uineiuai canons in tne rnr r.arsi iilln ....'.... vnte Ilernnrd Holt of South Ilethlehem, tho German Government has .for Japan nns leareii tne partition or I'n. years been at work seeking to fo- China among the powers of Europe. The Federal Food Administration The operation was carried out nt sis ment trouble between America and l or it would cause her incalculalias ordered the State Food Direct und the Germans were tnken ble harm and prevent her from hav- ors to hold hearings of food law vi o'clock by surprise. Japan. German agents have circuwholly Tho Americans About 700,000 Will Be Added to Rolls BIRTHS IN AUSTRIA IN FOUR lated in America plausible stories ing any opportunity whatever in olations open to both the public an t returned wifely to their own lines with by New Act Goes to YEARS OF WAR DECREASE about the "Japanese menace' to the world. Houce. the press in tho belief that by turn their prisoners. BY HALF Tho Amerlcnns had blackened their America," and in Japan nliout the Third: Japan, accordingly, fol- ing tho spotlight of publicity on Tho following statistics dealing Washington, April 1. Drnft "American menace to Japan." How lowing more or less closely tho loyal citizens violations of the now fnces with burnt corks so thnt they n could not lie distinguished easily, nnd urged by the wnr department witli tho effect of tho war on tho much of this mutual suspicion, now methods of F.uropo, lias been seok-'in- g conservation rules will quickly cnrrkil only automatic wns a step nearer completion as the birth rate in Hungary wero road to recently to get ahead of thoso abate. found in both America and Japistols nnd clubs. The men set out result of the senate's nction In adopt- tho Hungarian Chamber of Depupan, is due to those stories it is dif- nations und tb take tho leadership hllently and the operation was com ing n resolution extending the of China into her own hands. draft ties: ficult at once to decide. A fow County Judge Sam Collins is still pleted with the utmost caution. to men reaching the ago of twenty-on- e fourth: Tho time lias come for determined to push his invest iga "Before the war 705,000 children a tilings, however, are beyond dis- As the Americans left Gerinnn since the first registration day, year wero born in Hungary. In tho ;i new policy in tho dealing of tho lions of gambling in Whitesburg forcemeats came up, flrins wildly Into June r, 1017. The senuto rejected nn should mako this n,", "No Man's Land." wTlrst: Japan faces n serious nations. America pio amendment providing for tho training first year of the war, 191 1, tho numat "It's lucky 1 spetik Gerinnn, or one of youths from nineteen to twenty-on- ber of births was reduced by 18,000; Worid econoinio problem because of her a rnnSna , i Z of these prisoners would have been enormous end increasing popula- - Peace Council. Hu, in order that nlone. Approximately 700.000 will bo in 1015 only 481,000 children wero ses killed," said Itolr. "One Gerinnn ran nt jury ICipltnnsa on Figt rift) added to the registration this year by born that is, 281,000 less than in sion, which convenes April 8, will nwny. and another started to follow the resolution. It now goes to the tf mo of peace. In 1910 the number CONTENTS You shoufd by all means rend tho make n thorough probe. Investigahim, but I jelled nfler him: 'Dutch. If house for consideration. of births was 333.000 a reduction field you dou't ktop I will shoot you.' lie Normal column this week. Head it lions will bo pushed in coal of 432,000. In 1917 tho births PAGE 1. towns. The police court has been .stopped: otherwise I sure would have tutorials: Third Liber- and you will know why. EIGHTY U. S. LABOR BRANCHES amounted to 327,000 that is, tho rety .Loan; Indiana Safe for Do. busy since tho probo wns ordered winged him." duction was 438,000. Therefore our mocraoy; Hindenberg's April losses (in Hungary alono) behind American-JapaneSome important things in Hie new Fool. Tho llev. Gary Hlaine, pastor of U. S. WHEAT SUPPLY IS LOW Arrangements Mado for Offices In tho front, reach the number of ; Four State W1 Etschool laws of our Stale found on tho Presbyterian church, of Pine-vill- o, Our Own State Nou-h1.172,800 individuals. chings. pago two. United States News; World lias obtained a leave of absenco Hotels to Abolish Use of Product Until "Whereas in lime of pcaco infant Nevfu. Next Harvest Meatless to enter military servico and tho Washington, April 1, The United mortality, for a period of seven PAOE 3. Days Suspended. Synopsis of Schoyl i..' members of the Middlesboro PresDid you over think that a paper States employment twrvWe haa estab- years, was 34 per cent, in 1915 tho Fnacted by I9IH Assembly. byterian church havo unanimously that folks want to read is tho best agreed to loan tho Ilov. J. V. Logan Washington, April 1. Five hun- lished offices In ad states ejtsept Idaho, proportion was increased to 48 per Departmental Columns. Kentucky, Vermont and West Virginia cent and in 1910 to 50 per cent." PAGE 3. German Honor Dragged advertising medium. This is tho to tho Pinevillo church for purl time dred of the lend lug hotel end rehtuu-ruu- t ami arrunt-cmarit- s for otllCM In tbeae) proprietors of tlm country proml class in which Tho Citizen fortu in Dust. Story: Tln King's during tho absence of tho llev. Mr. tbed Food Administrator Hoover to state are being made. More than 80 nately Minis itself. Two thousand One who is thoughtful and kind On tho Funny Side. Castle. Hlaine. Tho llev. Mr. Logan will branches have been opened and state subscribers means not less than continue, his work at Middlesboro. ubolUJi ubsolutely tho use of wheat nnd national ofllees have been feder to the soldier boys in servico has Poultry Facts. products until neit hurvest. Simuleight thousand readers. It costs you PAGE 4. Locals. this actiou Sir, Hoover ated In 12 state. The seryfte Is now been reinailing THE CITIZEN to i only one dollar to become a sub- hut ho will preach at Pinevillo twlco taneously with completo PAGE 5. friend who, writes in response, "I Local News Articles. announced a suspension of (Operating Wl labor exchanges. n month. PAGE 6. received two moro CITIZENS' yesMountain Agriculture: scriber. "mentless days" for n period of 30 Seed Corn; Product) More Llvo Three thousand eight hundred days. The action of the restaurant Wo givo you another good article terday, which I certainly enjoyed S'lock; Grow Soy Henus for new soldiers aro at and hotel men will mean the guvlng on tlio Aiiierlcau-Japaues- o and twenty-si- x Rela as I always do. And I am not tho Our Herea College. Honor Itoll Is Camp bushels Food. Patriotism on tho AmerZachary 'ttiylor now, llvo of millions of Hoover of wheat for the tions on this page. It is time wo only one that enjoys them, Tlio troops. announced that ican Farm. Cincinnati Mar- growing to such dimensions that tralnloiuls of men having reached allied wero uwako to tho nefarious work other boys seem to like reading vltuntlon Is Homo Department: Se- wo aru unable to givo it space each tho Louisville cantonment Sunday. the wheat was less serious and that of the Genuans within our border?. them even moro than had thoy atkets. thnn ejsllmated. tho horrent tended school in Berca." This tliot-f- ul lection of Pictures by Dean week; but will endeavor to insert After n live weeks' session the it every two weeks. In tho mean- Pike friend wishes that it could bo Howersox. Circuit Court closed nt i'ike-vill- e, Tho "servico flng" is not olllclul, time, friends, do not fail to keep us Is il tiny wonder that poplo want mado possible for all tho boys on PAGE 7. Tomper-anc- o S. S. Lesson. und Commonwealth's Attorney hut its general use is encouraged Notes. Handicraft for posted as to tho movements of our II. M. Fields returned to his homo by tho Government. II has been Tho Citizen when it gives so much tho Honor Iloll to receive THE CITIHoys. Undo Sum's Food Les- boys. Wo are bound to depend upon at Whitesburg. During the session patented by private parties. Tho of interest to t home, folks as well. ZEN. There aro so many who jour knowledge of them und wo of the court at l'ikovillo u number matter of having an olllcial servico as ui ,1 sons. iiiosu uuiuuu. 'l1...!!. wui should havo its wholcsomo influi uuiiur shall bo glad to convoy this know-leg- o never bettor invested than that one ence whilo they are serving Undo flag not so controlled, is under conPAGE 8 of penitentlury sentences were Eastern Kentuoky News lo others. you invested in The Citizen, Sam as soldiers. oa Pg tlit) Loiters. sideration by Congress. infor-AmerieaAnglo-French safe-keepin I I es i I American Japanese Relations ,1'arls In 1014. ... ii n. - lo be placed at the front. Others Ottawa, April 1. "The sltuntlon are to he used in relieving French now Is clearer thnn nt nny time since and F.nglish soldiers needed for tho the beginning of the offensive," rays heavier work. the neuter corresismdent nt French headquarters In n message received Pope Dcncdict has protested here. against the bombardment of, Paris "Tho enemy, nrrested In mldcourse, by the long rnngo German guns. On hns abnndoned mnrchlng straight upon Friday a shell struck a church while objectives nnd brenklng down resist- worshipers were there and over ance by overwhelming numbers. He now Is striking nt estimated wenk seventy wero killed. Destruction by opots In order to drive us bnck ns far guns is even more clearly a violaas possible before he himself Is tion of international law than by brought to n standstill. Thus, the air planes. enemy drive down the Olse valley Is finally arrested. Attempts to cross The Holshcviki havo not been the Olse further north failed nnd the pleased with the German policy in bridges now are destroyed. the Ukraine or other sections that Enemy Driven From Hills Near Noyon. have como under German control. "Tho village of Pont Leveque, below They resent the rapid shifting of Woyon, has been recaptured and the 'enemy driven from the heights nbove food products from their country. Armed resistanco was offered at Snsay, northwest of Noyon. "The enemy's capture of Montdldler Odessa and tho Germans were drivwns Just too late for him to profit by en out. It, ns French forces were able to engage the Germnns to the west nnd Tho great German drivo on the bring the advance to n standstill, this western front of the war has been nullifying their efforts to pierce the going on for thirteen days and tho , Junction of the armies. i unbrok-je- n. The hinge between the English nnd lines of tho Allies aro still The Germans have recovered a French n miles will never be broken, ns the junction now Is covered by ' lnrge part of tho territory captured French forces strong enough to meet by the English some time ago, but all eventualities. their loss in men has been very "Klghty-seveenemy divisions havo heavy. It is estimated at more than been Identified on fifty miles of bnttle 300,000. front, comprising the pick of the German troops. The French stendlly enTho Dutch Parliament has progaged three guard divisions, the famous Ilrnndenburgers nnd some of the tested against the taking of her ships by the United States in vigorous best Havnrlnn divisions. I terms. It charges President Wil- -' 2,000,000 Germans In Drive. "Before the offensive the Germnns 'son with statements not based on had 10!) divisions In line on the Brit- j facts, and threatens to defend her ish front nnd 70 divisions in reserve. rights to the utmost. The United The enemy therefore hns nlrendy had States expected some protest for its engaged more than the whole of the reserves In Frnnce In the present effect on Germany, but is surprised battle, and hns also denuded certain at tho attitude of Holland, in view sectors of his troops. To replace the of previous understandings between wastage the enemy possesses nbout tho countries. twenty divisions, nnd conceivably forty of Inferior material ns useful for The Celtic, a White Star liner, filling cups, but not for wlnnlnc was submarined whilo on her way bnttles." (As a German division Is figured nt from England to tho United States.' between 10,000 nnd 14.000 men. tho This is a large vessel of 20,000 tons Gentians must have had about 2,000,000 capacity. According to reports the men on the British front before the vessel was not sunk, and it was drive started. If they had 100 divisions hoped sho could bo saved. No menIn line nnd 70 divisions In reserve.) tion was made of loss of lifo and it is thought fow, if any, passengers SENATE EXTENDS DRAFT LAW wero on board. Gen. Pershing has offered the full Enemy, Arrested In Mldcaurse, Stops American forces in France for active Head-oMarching Upon Objectives service, nnd it is reported that 100.-0nd Breaking Down Resistance of tho most seasoned troops nro by Overwhelming Numbers. n 00 legls-Intlo- re-e- n Z Tf"' ft $t $?5' 'f e. - se 1 1 Pago Two. TUB CITIZEN April i, 11)18. Dean Clark attended tho Commencement and spoke I) the High School at Booucxillc, Ky., xvhero William A. Adam, formerly of Berea, Is principal. Hie following new students en tered the Vocational Department for the Spring Term: it member of the Commission. The world around him. In bis own the tender rare and watchfulness Robert It. Arringlon, Hlaekxvater, ) Hy J. It. HAMILTON Vn Business Department. Conimisoiu lias power to employ character, bis good nature Is IIk of men like Secretary Vaughn Former Advertising Manager of Wanamaker'a, Philadelphia 'dear, blue sky of his own heart; and Professor Lewis, lie would1 Hexford Clevinger, Praise, Piko Held agents in ns many counties ns County, Ky Telegraphy. it mav deem proper for tho purpose l others he enrries an atmosphere never hnve survived the cold re of futhcring this work, and tho Held, or joy, anil Hope, and encourngc-agen- ts buffs of 'this cruel world. Der.n Eslhridgo Ray, Major, Owsley CounWhen you learn to read your advertising as you read your are U) lend aid and assistance ""'"t wherever he moves, Diiutmro used to stand oxer his ty. Ky, Carpentry, It is true that cheerfulness is not cradle, and, looking down at the Martha D. Cary, Harbourville, Ky., news, the co?t of everything you wear or use is going to be lowered to the County Superintendents, Nursing. nlxvnys happiness. The face may frail child, he would say, "Bill, Hill, school boards and trustees, in in- for you. finiles while the heart you aro too frail n floxxer for this Genevieve Chapman, Xiou Station, the attendance of pupil be-tIf you know how much money It takes to Boak nn Idcn into Business. children in the common schools of""'ns in coldness and darkness xvorld. But I will not lose all hope Rose Clarke, I.euore, W. Vn., Domeslow," but cheerfulness is the best Somo day I hope to see Kentucky your mind subconsciously you xvould be ashamed of your mind. State. Senate' Hill III Provides llinti oxtornnl indication of happiness fair girls casting coquettish glances tic Science. It actually takes ns long as txvo years sometimes to get you to worthy In your direction ami lo hear them Ruby Lee Dixon, Mendola, Va, Dorilies of the second class may levy! "'"t ll we have. A man is .ml , think and say a certain word. ....Ion- ...1..,.. , - " mestic Science. i ui I... say, an aiivaiorcm tax upon real ana,"1 xvas you, Hill, who did so Ruth Edwards, Harlan, Ky., Busiprivate griefs on the hap- - much It mo" It's like teaching n baby to talk. property, not exceeding trulo personal for ness. Ki cents on the hundred dollars ofPmcss or ins menus, nut constani-laxahl- e Hut tho child did not die. He xvas Ever known trick of psychology is brought to benr on you. property. The bill permits h' contributes his quota of cheer-the- fed on the good xvishes of all Keren Allio Reagan, Sovierville, Tonn, DoAdvertisers have even been known to print their advertisement to the general public to levy, also, the lummnt ncc-llnTrying to live on good wishes alono mestic Science. ' Joyment. Cliecrfiilncss is a duty is like trying to live on kisses and Etta Walker, Ililman. Tenn., Domesupside doxx-n-, hoping, pcrlmps, that if you had to stand on your for sinking fond mirnosiM tic Science. Iwhich every man oxxos. He should cheese, and needless to say. Hill's fnp Mm nsrni vp.ip head to read it you might remember what they say. Senate Hill II. Provides that the discharge the debt faithfully, strength did not keep pace with his Retlia Kindred, Middletown, Ohio. And wlint you so often refuse to receive xvith your will the Business. fourth Friday in October of cacn body. When Dean McAllister came camera of your eye records in spite of you. So that 9G of what designated as Temp- year shall be GIVING lo Berea, he found Bill a tall, slim, Concrete Railroad Tie. you buy you buy through advertising xvliether you know it or not. eranre Day, and this day shall be This is a great subject. Th? palo. yelloxv-haire- d youth. Italian stenm nnU street rullrunds observed in all public and liigh.Hible contains many passages on Dean Mae looked him over and And yet, in the face of all this, the advertising method of giving cheerfully. said he believed he could make a are experimenting xvith a concrete tie schools of the State; but, if and that rocks slightly, affording uniform selling things is twenty times cheaper than any other method vision in cacti Emerson has written a great essay man of him. Prof. I.exvis encourag elasticity nml n moro perfect alignferred, in each Mib-county. Tho Superintendent of Pub- - on it, and countleess other great oil and promised lo help him in ev ment of truck than wooden ties. known. lie Instruction shall prepare and men havo spoken of its bless cry possible way. Now the Spartans, Think how much cheaper still it would lie if you would only furnish a suitable program to bo Ings. God himself has set the ex as you knoxx-- , used to Lake thoir Idolatry on tho Decline. read your advertising consciously instead of buying through it Temperance Day, and be amplo for bountiful giving. ued on weak children out on the side of It Ik becoming n custom nmonc in spite of yourself. Strange tho it may seem, tho the mountain xvhero they xx'cro exshall also furnish placards setting Chinese of Borneo to go tc forth statistics, epigrams, mottoes giver derives as much happiness posed to tho xveather for a few the Mi'tlinillst chapel for their mar The merchant who doesn't advertise hasn't even n chance spontaneous weeks, and if they survived, they lii - 'T'ininy. )!cciiue of the Inlhi scientific truths from whole-soule- d, and with the one who does. ' mission, idolatry umioii, showing the evils of intemperance giving as the receiver. You may were considered xvorlh saving. And '' I r;ietlilly censed. Your eye is taking photographs every time you turn these in the use of alcohol and intoxieat- - think this a beautiful theory and so. Dean Mao said, "I believe I will V ing beverages and from the use of not practical, but just try it once, take Bill down to Frankfort, and if pages. You couldn't get away from these advertisements if you cigarettes. Kxery teacher must post' Try giving part of your lime or he can swim through that political GEN. SIR WILLIAM ROBERTSON tried. Even the man xvho claims not to sec them at all is recordthese placards in the school room, words to the happiness and xvc- l- sea doxxn there, he will be a son ing them all the time. Every merchant xvho appears hero is Senato Hill G8. Gives to tho mag- - fare of your neighbor. Do not give of xvboni Berea may bo proud." telling y6u his story every day whether you knoxv it or not. istrate and police courts of the the services grudgingly, but giv.i Two years ago Dean Mae look state concurrent jurisdiction with them gladly with your whole soul, Hill to Frankfort, He gave him 11 All xve are trying to do is to make you conscious readers of the county courts in tho enforcement and you will find, perhaps to your few directions for swimming and advertising instead of subconscious renders. This is being done surprise, that you will lie richly pushed him off into deep water.! of tho compulsory school law. equally for your benefit and for ours. Senate Bill 132. (a) Makes tho repaid, in temporal as well as spirit-scho- ol Hill kicked, spluttered, and struck! age from six to eighteen, in- - ual goods. out blindly, but he could not swim. Every time you look for the advertising in this paper instead stead of from six to twenty, but By his side xvere boys of not half of making it look for you you bring down your cost of living, you provides that any person may at- - the resources or the school fund tho promise of our Bill. They xxore increase the buying poxx-e-r of your money and you get a better tend a common school without pay- - shall justify such extension, or tin upheld and pushed along by money, ing a tuuuon loc. quality for the price. This is true because the men who advertise heal community may extend the term selfish interests, greed, and corrupt' (1)) Provides that the fiscal court by local taxation politics. Dean Mac shook his hea.l are always the best merchants. They are the ones who last, The may levy for common school pur-- ! Tho minimum salary for teacher and said, "None of these for Bill. If others llicker up for a little while and then go out. That's the poses not exceeding thirty cents on ju first class schools is fixed at $50 ho can't sxvim on his own merits let proof. tho ono hundred dollars of assessed per month and the minimum for him fail." finally stranded on a little valuation or property in tho county, teachers in second class schools a Hill On the other hand, .every time we get n hundred more of (c) Repeals law providing for s 15 per month island and Dean Mac gathered him our readers to turn each day xvith a conscious mind to the adverspecial examination for qualiflca- -. up and brought him back home. Senate Bill 21C. Appropriate tising news ns well as to the general news, we make this a better tion for tho ofTiccs of the county money to enablo the Commonwealth Hul the plunge had helped ouri Superintendent, and provides that of Kentucky to receive the benefits Bill. He began to pain strength! medium for our advertisers. We give them more for their money any person Homing a degreo or of the Federal Vocational Educatio rapidly. Deaji .Mae fed bun not on because we give them your will. Bachelor of Arts in Education, iaw and provides for the expense good wishes alone, but en good And before xve are through ex'cry subscriber we have will be Bachelor of Science in Education. 0r supervision and inspection 0 hard and earnest endeaxor.1 reading his advertising consciously day by day never fear. For an advanced certificate issued by such schools maintaining .courses He took timo to train liiin, and lastj tho University of Kentucky, or an in accordance with the aforesaid January Bill xvas in flue condition.! this is another psychological law. advanced certificate issued by the Federal Act. Enables the State to Prof. Di.x and Prof. Hunt said, " by (CopyrlchtKl.) Slato Normal Schools, shall bo with the Federal Gov don't you give the boy another elgible to hold the ofllcc of County .eminent in the promotion of voca chance, Dean Mac? He is in fine while Superintendent, Wasted No Time. tional education in Agriculture and shape. Wo will do your Ingenious Girl (ns she entered parlor) "It'a (in 11 provides that tlio saiary (be Trades and industries, and in th you aro gone." A little wan Kent to so long since you called on mo that 1 the store to buy n lemon cream pi. 01 tiouniy isiiperiiuenueiu So xvith fear and trembling xve snail tie preparation of teachers for voca xvas beginning to think you bad for- Sometime Inter she returned not less than 600 nor more than tional subjects. xvatched our Hill make another llgh bcartnf Gen. Sir William Robertson, who re. The law docs not! Senate Hill 261. Provides that at Frankfort. Dean Mae pusher signed aa chief of the British general gotten me." Young Man "I am for It triumphantly In hrr arms and Raid: . Si.SOO per annum. apply to these superintendents now when women register to qualify as him off at tho right moment. Prof, rtaff, hat been given the rather unim- getting you; that's why I've called. "1 forsotted the name of It, 10 I Juat Can I have you?" Boston Transcript. asked for one xvlf embroidery on in office. voters in common school elections, Lexvis and Secretary Vaughn saxv portant command of the eaitern part (c) Provides that the Stato Board and when they vote in said elec-- of him sxvim off like a man. Hungry of England. Education may issue certificates tions, they shall not bo required to politicians threw stones at him to teacli in liigh schools to gradu- - declare, nor shall any record be hut at the word from the faithful xx'atehers on tho shore, Hill ducket uvea 01 ijisiiiuuuus 01 niguer learn- -, Kepi or tneir party ailliiauons. AMERICAN SOLDIERS HALTING THE TEUTONS AT THE LORRAINE GATE ing. either within or without the Houso Bill lSl. Prohibits the Gcr his head and reappeared again far Little selfish State. This law also empowers tho man languago from being taught in from their reach. Stato Board to grant such certill- - the publio and high schools of Ken- - swimmers tried to swamp him, and at one time he xvas xvaylaid from catcs to graduates of standard col- - lucky leges of agriculture, one-tenof Houso Bill 191. Provides for the txvo o'clock in the afternoon until whoso work has been done in Edu- - teaching of Elementary Agriculture ten o'clock the next morning. But being in tho common schools of Kentucky, bo steadily gained over his oppo cation, theso certificates good for a period of four years. except in tho cities of the first or nents, outstripped his enemies and (D Harmonizes sections 78 and, fourth classes. After July 1, 1919, pulled up on the shore xvith an 87 of tho School Law by providing teachers aro required to bo exam oxerxvlielming majority. And he now stands before us i that no change in tho boundary of ined on tho subject of Elementary any subdistrict shall bo made pre-- 1 Agriculture, even if they hold at young man of much promise, ablcs sing to Berea and the Stale of Ken vious to tho taking or estimating of. that timo a certificate to teacli tho school census. Houso Bill 199. Fixes a penalty tucky. Long live our Bill! (g) Provides that the board of for failuro on the part of parent or trustees of a graded school may guardian lo send child of tho Director to do xx'ork either by not exceeding threo acres quired ago lo school. At tho end of contract or directly. Tho Board may of ground for sito for graded com- - each week, tho teacher must report authorize tho purchase of supplies mon school. to tho subdistrict trustee or chair- by tho Business Director in an (h) Provides that any graded man of tho division board tho namo amount not exceeding one hundred common school and ono or moro and ago of overy child belwecn 7 letting of a con subdistricts, or two or more sub-- 1 and ti who has failed to attend dollars, without tho districts, can consolidate and vote, school. It is tho duty of tho trustoo tract. House Bill 250. Repeals and rcen on tho proposition of issuing bonds or chairman to investigate the case, acts tho Stato Text Book Law, mak or levying taxes; and tho consoli-- 1 and if tho failuro of tho child to ing no specific changes in tho 1012 may bo conditioned upon tho 'tend school is duo to neglect or of tho voters of such bond- - fusal of tho parent or guardian, said law, further than that tho Slate y; issuo or and If tho prop- - caso should bo reported to tho near Text Book Commission shall not osltion of bond-Issu- o or est court having jurisdiction. It adopt moro than 50 of tho legally fails, tho boundaries of said district 'shall bo tho duty of tho court to im- - required subjects, in tho year xvhen shall romain ns beforo consolida- - mediately issuo n warrant against adoptions aro to bo made. Tho law tion ajid all orders shalr bo null and the ofTending party and tho court 3 not applicable to cities of tho first void. Hut if tho graded school bond-- 1 shall proceed with a trial, as in four classes. Tho law provides that the Com is carried, then all other criminal cases. Any court issuo or tax-leproperty belonging lo tho graded having Jurisdiction in criminal mission may retain fifty per cent districts shall thereupon vest in the cases, shall havo Jurisdiction in of tho subjects now adopted, at tho samo or less price, and if tho pub County Board of Education. cases of violations of this act. Senate Bill 137. Provides for the Houso Repeals tho Ushers will not furnish theso books Bill 221. payment of tho teachers beginning School Charter of Hawesvillo Color at tho samo or at a lower price, now adoptions shall bo made. This may on tho second Saturday in Septem ed Graded School. ber and on tho second Slaurday of Houso Bill 223. Permits tho Busi- cause a change in moro than fifty each of tho five following months. ness Director in cities of tho first per cent of tho subjects at tho next If there be insufficient funds for full olass (0 havo work dono or enter in- - adoption. dislribulion of tho proportion re- - to contract to havo work done, Houso Bill 209. Provides that tho quired, tho Auditor shall issuo in- - whero tho total expenses does not election of member of tho Board tcrest-bcarin- g warrants at tho rate exceed ono hundred dollars, or, in of Education in cities of tho third of live per centum. Tho school raso of emergency, two hundred and class shall bo by secret ballot. Here uro two of Ihtt llrtit pictures received In tho United Slittes showing our boys m the uctual lighting front House Bill 402. Relates to tho term shall bo not less than sixj fifty dollars. Tho noard may with -portion of the Lorrulne stctor nBiilimt tho Teuton horde. At tho top Is shown n section of a trench held months but may bo extended to so v. draw or restrict to such extent as it issuanco of Employment Cortiflcatos. holdltitf en qr eight months by tho Superin-- 1 deems proper, any authority confer,-tende- Conforms xvith the recent Federal by American troop, nml ut the bottom a soldier ready to fire u rocket us a xvurulint that an nttuck hug beun. of Publio Instruction when red by this act upon tho Business Child Labor Lax SYNOPSIS Or SCHOOL LAWS ENACTED BY THE 1918 REGULAR SESSION OF THE GENERAL ASCHEERFULNESS "BILL" SEMBLY OF KENTUCKY There is no one quality thai so Senate Hill I. Appropriates $25.-0By Mrs. Bnrnlce Argabright annually, until .timo 30, lO.'O, fur much attaches man to his fellow Delivered at the Normal Banquet It endear I hi benefit of Kentucky Illiteracy man ns cheerfulness. Hill, the promising young son of a man to the heart, not the intel- Boron Normal, was born in tho ferCommission, to ho used by tlic cheer-fil- l for promoting the teaching lect or the imagination. 'Hie tile minds of some good Berea workman Is a double blessing a ers several years ago. He was a of illiterate men and women. No blessing to himself anil to the sickly child, and had pari shall be paid for salary to any not been for Academy Column Normal Column Vocational Last xveek Column When You Become a "Conscious" Reader of Advertising ' 00 Com-mlsii- on vw he m rv pre-(givi- di n 0 four-year-ol- d If th tax-lev- tax-lev- y; vy J 11 nt April I, 11)18. TUB CITIZEN uments which follow Illustrate Belgian appeals nnd German answers. "In the matters of tlio requisition made by tho Gertnnn authorities on October 20, 1010 (requisition of a list of workmen to bo drawn tip by tho municipality) . . . "Tho municipal council resolves to maintain Its attitude of refusal. "It further feels it Its duty to placo on record tho following: "The city of Tournol is prepared to submit unreservedly to nil the exigencies authorized by tho Inws nnd customs of war. Its sincerity ennnot bo questioned. For mora than two years It has submitted to tho German occupation, during which tlmo It lias lodged nnd lived nt close quarters with tho Gcrmnn troops, yet It bns displayed perfect composure nnd has refrained from any net of hostility, proving thereby that it is animated by no idle the house. Sometimes there were weddings or receptions, dinner or even little dnnres In the npnrt-men- t. nnd then Abby's eyes would be even brighter thnn usual nnd her pulsen would quicken ns she felt the proximity of so much merriment nnd gnlety. One of the personnges thnt cntne under her constant observation wns young Yntes Bnrlow, To her he so.mii-ed- , ns the owner of nil this grandeur, n veritable modern prince. Whenf-vcbe enme to the npnrtment he stopijed nnd chntted with her In n rnther nhy but friendly wny, asking vngue questions nbout her work. After each of his chnts with Abby, Yntes Bnrlow wns more thnn ever convinced thnt she wns overworked. Not that she ever gave nny Indication of this stnto of nrfalrs by anything thnt nhc snld. But how could n charming girl like Abby, he thought, sit for nine monotonous hours tanking connections for thoughtless tennants, without feeling overworked? Yntes took to cnlllng up tho npnrtment on mythical business matters, Just t mnke sure thnt Abby's voice sounded ns fresh nnd unfngged ns ever. Then spring enme. After n hard week nt law school, Yntes was getting ready one Snturdny morning to motor out to n week-enhouse pnrty In the country. The day wns one of those worm and tempting days that sometimes come so early that they seem to be out of season. All his boyish hatred of Indoor work mnde Yntes look forwnrd to tho two dnys In tho country with enthusiasm. And then he thought of Abby country bred Abby used no doubt to wnnderlng about the fields nnd hillsides nt will tied to thnt monotonous swltchbonnl. "I'll stay home myself." thought Yntes. "Thnt girl certainly deserves n Saturday half holiday. I can't nsk any of the elevator boys to run the switchboard, but I can do It myself, nnd I nm going to." Yntes concocted n hurried telephone excuse to his hostess nnd then with n light henrt stnrted uptown to King's Castles. He could vlsunllze the hnppy smile that would come Into Abby's eyes when he told her that she could take the afternoon off. He looked forwnrd. too, with no small pleasure to the ten or fifteen minutes of Instruction thnt he knew must take place while she showed him how to work the switchboard. "And If' I do make mistakes." ho thought, "and the tenants get mad, nobody can Are me." He got up to the npnrtment house nbout eleven o'clock nnd found Abby as fresh nnd smiling ns ever. "I hnve nothing to do this afternoon, Miss Snrter." he begnn. "nnd It's such n corking day, I thought perhaps you'd be wanting nn nfternoon off. So I thonght I'd stay here nnd run this swltchbonrd and you could have a little vncntlon. I don't Just know how but I think maybe you could show me, couldn't you?" Abby looked nt him In nmnzement. "Why, I don't want n vacation. Mr. Barlow. I couldn't possibly do anything that would give me as much fun as running this swltchbonrd." "But I mean a chnnce to go some plnct out In the country, yon know or something like thnt," snld Yntes. "But I've lived in the country all my life, Mr. Bnrlow. And this she wnved her hand Inclusively about the spacious holl this Is so wonderful. I should think Just to own a place like King's Castles would make you happy." Barlow looked at the girl before him with a new Interest. For months he hnd been growing fond of her, but mixed with his liking there hnd been n feeling of pity that she should bo forced to do uncongenial work. Now he felt n new ndmtrutlon for her. She was doing the work she liked and getting n full measure of happiness from each day at the monotonous switchboard. "Just to own n place like this" her words rang In his enrs. Well, why shouldn't she own King's Cnstles? He could give It to her for a wedding gift If thnt would make her happy, ne knew now that it was Abby who could make him happy and perhnps he with King's. Castles thrown In could mnke her hnppv. "Well," said Yntes, "let me stay with you this nfternoon. anyway, and let's go some place for dinner together. I'm going to nsk you If you'll help ue run King's Cnstles all your life?" pnr-tie- s, r l'ftgo Throo. GERMAN HONOR DRAGGED IN DUST Solemn Promises Made to Belgians Proved to Be Worse Than Worthless. ALL APPEALS WERE FLOUTED Pathetic and Dignified Supplication of Municipal Government! Antwered by Flebuko and Heavy Fine Impoitd by Qeneral Hopfer. Over the tamest protest of Cardinal Merrier, heroic head of the church in llclgium, the terrible plan of the kaiser's high officers concerning the deportation of the people were carried out. The pledged word of the German governor general of Belgium counted as nothing in the malignant hale shown by the kaiser's creatures. Cnrdtnnl Mcrclcr attempted to persuade tlio (lerman authorities to nlmn-do- n their tcrrlblo plans for tlio seizure of Belgians to assist In the prosecusol-emn- ly The King's Castles 1918, QNTH m By JAMES NEWTON (Copyright, by tha Mcfiur N'tiripa-pe- r 7 FUHNY Syndicate.) spirit of bravado. "In his declaration dated September 2, 1011, thu Gcrmnn goternor general of ltelglum declared: 'I ask none to renounce his patriotic sentiments.' "The city of Toiirnal reposes confidence In this docnrutlnn, which it Is bound to consider as the sentiment of the German emperor, In whose name the governor general was spenklng. In accepting tlio Inspiration of honor and patriotism, the city Is loyal to it fundamental duty, tho loftiness of which must bo apparent to nny Gcrmnn otll-ce- r. tion of tlio war, reminding them of their solemn promises In the past: "Mnllnes, 10th October, 1010. "Mr. Governor Qeneral : "The tiny lifter the surrender of Antwerp thu frightened population asked Itself whnt would become of the of iiko to bear arms or who would reach that nge before the end of the occupation. The entreaties of the fa- thers and mothers of families me to question the governor of Antwerp, Huron von Iluene, who had the kindness to reassure me and to authorize tne In his name to reassure tho agonized parents. The rumor had spread at Antwerp, nevertheless, tluit at Liege, Namur, and Churlerol young men had been seized and taken by force to flermuny. I therefore begged Governor von Iluene to be Rood enough to confirm to me In writing the guarantee which he had given to me orally, to the effect that nothing similar would happen at Antwerp, lie said to me Immediately that thu rumors concerning deportations were without basis, und unhesitatingly ho fcent me In writing, among other statements, the following: 'Young men havo no reason to fear that they will be taken to Germany, either to be there enrolled In tho nrmy or employed for forced labor. Bel-Cladeter-'rained "The city Is confident that tho straightforwardness and clearness of this attitude will prevent any misunderstanding nrlslrig between Itself and the German army." Answer Is Lecture and Fine. "Tournnl, iKIrd October, 1010. "In permitting Itself, through the medium of municipal resolutions, to oppose the orders of the German military authorities in the occupied territory, the city is guilty of an unexampled nrrognnce nnd of n complete mis- understanding of the situation created by the state of war. "The 'clear and simple situation' is in reality the following: In college Yntes Bnrlow hnd gone In When for economics and sociology. ho was graduated and stnrted'ln Inw studies, though he did not dull himself a socialist, still he persuaded himself that In the mnnngement of the rather comfortable estate left him by bis grandmother he would fall Into none of those errors of selfishness thnt too os he was convinced frequently characterize the dealings of men of cnpltal with those who labor for them. And although ho decided to leave tho n management of the largo apartment house, pretentiously dubbed "King's Castles." that constituted one of his most remunerative Investments In the hands of his father's ofllce force until he had finished his Inw course, he made It perfectly clear that he sought no profits from thnt undertaking thnt might bo mnde nt the expense of fair ploy to the folk who worked under tho spacious roof of the npnrtment house. "Mnybc there Isn't nny eight-hou- r law for women In this state," he snld to his father. "Maybe there Isn't we haven't come to It In law lecture yet. But eight hours Is all nny woman ought to be nsked to work, and I tell you right here thnt I'm not going to have nny woman work longer thnn the one who works for me." The genial elder mnn looked up with n smile, the serenity of which rnther nnnoyed Yntes. "She Is a nice little girl," he snld, with nn emphasis on the verb that seemed to betoken that Yntcsfkncw to whom the pronoun "I guess nt your age I'd hove had the same Ideas nbout working hours for women, especially If the only woman I employed happened to be eighteen nnd ns fresh ns n snow npple. She Is a nice girl, Isn't she?" "If you mean Miss Sorter yes. She seems to be a lot better than you usually get to tend nn apartment house Thnt's got telephone switchboard. nothing to do with the fairness of making her work nine hours a day or keeping her nt the switchboard on holidays." "But, mnn nllve, she wants to do It," explained the father. "Nn girl of spirit likes to show her unwillingness to do whnt she's got to do," pronounced the son with the air of one who felt thnt he possessed keen Insight Into feminine psychology. "Well, you've got n lot more sense thnn some boys your age," was the father's only retort. "If you tnke r country girl fnncy to n like Abby Snrter Instead of some , empty-pntedsociety girl, you're nil right." Yates hnd taken n fancy to Abby, but for some reason he did not like to hnve the fnct taken for granted. He could not explain to himself Just why his father's remnrks thnt morning proved so Irritating. As time went on Yates developed n keen Interest In the mnnngement of his npnrtment house. He loved to think of the time when his Inw course ended he would tnke over the entire mnnngement of the place himself nnd not actually needing to net the largest possible Income from It. strive to run the house nlong Ideal lines. He even thought of putting the girl nt the r schedule, switchboard on n but somehow he never thought of Abby Snrter's continuing to sit nt the switchboard when he put his plans In working order. Meantime Abby Sorter sat nt the switchboard In the corner of the spacent ious, trance of Yates' uptown apartment house, for nine hours n day, and never thought of hnvlng a holiday other than Sunday. Sometimes she enme In for a few hours even on thnt day of rest. To Yates that entrance hall was not entirely satisfactory. He could see the cheap plaster behind the thin veneer of marble on the walls. The colors of the heavy plush rugs that lay on the tile floors looked cruder to him every time he saw them. The lights that blazed forth from the chandeliers and were reflected again and again In tho long mirrors were glnrish nnd smote his eyes .offtwlvely. Yet he knew that It was that spacious, garish hall that attracted tennants and made them willing to pay good rents for small apartments, and he realized that ho would be benefiting no one but himself If he toned down the garishness to suit bis own taste. He had no way of knowing nt first how resplendent It looked to Abby Abby, who basked in the efulgence of a dozen bright lights now, and in the days on the farm had known only the glow of a single oil lamp us she sat In the farmhouse sitting room. To her the entrance of the apartment house was the sum total of urbane .luxury and elegance nnd the people who came nnd went through the hall and were bowed to by the hall attendants In proportion to their most recent gratuity were to her among the favored ones of the earth. She did not know that her thare of one of the farms at homo would put her Into the possession of a bank account several times as large as that held by any of these Abby knew none of tho tennants well. Why should they bother their heads about the switchboard operator, anyway! But with the curiosity and powers of observation bred In the cosntry, she had made for herself vivid slctures of each Individual ku 4 pure-henrte- d over-dresse- d six-houmnny-mlrroremuch-begtl- WJ SIDE i I1 1 21b DUCKS FOR GENERAL FARMER Where One Is More Interested In Obtaining Eggs Than Market Fowls, Runner Is Best. M, (f Of Course. "Thorc'H one thing I'd like to know," snld Mrs. Dubwnlte. "Well, my dear?" replied Mr. Dub-walt- e. For the general fanner who is more Interested In obtaining eggs than la producing green ducks for tho market, the ltunner is n good breed. This duck holds the same relative position in tho duck family that' tho Leghorn docs in tho chicken family. It lays "Why Is It that when you lenvo the house for your ofllce Ih the morning you get there In nbout twenty minutes, but when you lenve the ofllce nt night to come home It tnkes you nnywhero from forty-fivminutes to three hours e to get here?" "Why er thnt 8 easily explnlncd. Townrd the close of dny obstncles accumulate." ' 1 Time to Concentrate. nr. n f,.lt l ttll'l nun i lull ill iuu ...1,1. mm. uuc girl nnd then another before I got mnr- rled," snld tho susceptible young mnn. "i scattered my affections nil over tne map." "That Is all right, son," replied tho elderly philosopher. "Nobody will ob- -, Joct to whnt you did then, just so you broko yourself of the scattering habit on your wedding day." ( referred. "The military authorities order tnn city to obey. Otherwise the city must benr the heavy consequences, as I havo pointed out In my previous explanations. "Tho general commanding the army has Inflicted on the city on nccount of Its refusal, up to date, to furnish the lists demanded n punitive contribution of 200,000 marks, which must be paid within the next six days, beginning with today. The general also adds that until such time as all the lists demanded nre In Ids hnnds, for every day In arrears, beginning with December 81, 1010. n sum of 20,000 marks will be paid by the city. "HOI'FKIt, Mnjdr General, "Etnppen-Kommandunt- "This declaration, written and sign- " 1 IJ ed, was publicly transmitted to tho clergy and to those of tho faith of tho province of Antwerp, as your excellency can see from tho document enclosed herewith, dated October 10!h, 1014, which was read In all the churches. Solemn German Promltea Broken. "Upon the arrival of your predecessor, the Into linron von der Goltz, at Ilrussels I had the honor of presenting myself at his house and requested him to be good enough to ratify for the entire country, without time limit, the guarantees which General von Hueno) bad given me for tho province of Antwerp. Tho governor general retained this request In his possession In order to examine It nt his leisure. The following day ho was good enough to come In person to Maltnes to bring me bis approval, and confirmed to me, in and the presence of two of my prlvato secretory, tho promlso that the liberty of Uolgtan citizens would be respected. "To doubt tho authority of such undertakings would have been to reflect upon the persons who had mado them, and I thereforo took steps to nlluy, by nil tho means of persuasion In my power, the unxletles which persisted in the Interested families. "Notwithstanding all this, your government now team from their homes workmen reduced in spite of their efforts to n stato of unemployment, separates them by force from their wives and children and deports them to enNumerous workmen emy territory. Jujvo already undergone tlds unhappy ; morQ numerous am thorfe who aro e. TCroatcned with the sume acta of aides-de-cam- p vlo-lenc- Syndicate of Del glan worklngmen nlso nttempted to induce the German authorities to abandon their terrible plans. Recited Wrongs of Workmen. "Commission Hymllrnlc of ltelglum, "Brussels, 30th Oct., 1010. To the Governor General of Uelgtum. "ICxcellency : The measures which nre being planned by your administration to force the unemployed to work for tbo Invading power, the deportation of our unhappy comrades which has begun In the region of tho etnpes, move most profoundly the entire working class In Belgium. "The undersigned, members nnd rep- The Commission A Parallel. "I cannot imagine women fighting like men. Try ns I mny, I cannot picture to myself the Busslnn women they tell nbout, on the field, fighting like demons nnd working havoc right and left." Fine Flock of Youngsters. "Well, I'll call you over some night white egg, considerably a Is fighting mad." when our cook lnrcer thnn n hen's eesr. and Is da-I clared to be a small cater, a good for MORE CLASSY ager, and hardy. The fattening ration, which should be used for two weeks before killing, consists of three parts, by weight, of e flour cornmeal, two parts of or middlings, one part of bran, half part of beef scrap, 10 per cent green feed, and 3 per cent grit This mash Is fed three times dally. The green feed Is sometimes left out of the ration during the last week of fattening, as It I tends to color the meat, bat It is easier ' to keep the ducklings In good feeding condition If it Is Included. Boiled fish , Is sometimes used in placo of the beef scrap, but this should be discontinued two weeks before the ducklings are killed, In order not to Impart a fishy, odor to the bird when served. good-sized low-gradI Hi RIGHT DUST BATH MATERIAL resentatives of the great central und Independent syudlcnles of Uelgtum, would consider that they had not fulfilled their duty did they not express to you the painful (sentiment which agitato the laborers nnd convey to you tho echo of their touching corn-plalnt- s. "Lovely sunset tonight, Mrs. Do Swell?" "Mercy, I never look nt an American sunset I They're so much more classy over in Italy, uon t you know." Road Dust Has No Particular Advantage Over Any Dry Earth Light Sand la Favored. I "They have seen tho machinery taken from their factories, tho most diverse kind of raw materials requisitioned, the accumulation of obstacles to prevent the resumption of regulnr work, tho disappearance one by one of every public liberty of which they wero proud. Tho supplying of material for dust bath during the winter months mast not be overlooked. While road dust la all right if gathered where there la The no advantage You feci, when thine nln't goln right. but little filth, it has over nny dry earth for this purpose. An' all the world's It's better to set out an' fight There is probably nothing better than Than Btay at home an' worry. light sand, which If gathered when thoroughly dry or dried by tho fire, Superb Strategy. cun be stored under cover and can be "Have you nny geniuses fh this handled any time daring the winter, town?" when a fresh supply Is needed. If a "I don't recall but one Just now." dust bath can be placed where the "Poet, painter or musician?" sun will shine Into It the hens will "No. He's u chap who contrives make all the more use of It to stay illuminated week In and week out, dcsplto tho fact that this town NO REMEDY FOR BLACKHEAD JH dry." Slips of Language. Free Range and Care Not to Overfeed "Funny, Isn't it?" Are Important Factors In Rale- - 1 Ing Turkeys. "Whnt's funny?" "Jaggs and I met Snnggs yesterday wheeling the bnby carriage and Jaggs Of the Infectious diseases of tuts said he was a man with no push about keys, blackhead is tho most destruchim." tive. It Is notable that whenever the climate and range conditions are snob aa to ptrmlt of the turkeys foraging Everybody Cured. for most of their feed from the time "What becume of Flubdub?" "Oh, he quit His business ran out they are batched until they are maryenrs ago." keted, cases of blackhead aro Ipfre-qaeNo posltlvo cure for blackhead "Whnt w ns his business?" has been found, bnt free range and 'Tie used to peddlo n euro for care not to overfeed nro very Important factors in raising turkeys successfully. The Advantages. "Smith told me ho hnd Just Installed a dumb waiter In his house." WINTER FEEDING FOR EGGS "That's n good Idea. Now ho can eat at table without having all his family nffalrs und quarrels repeated to Poor Practice to Stuff Fowls FuH at Their Morning Meal Oet Out the neighbors' servants.? of Condition. at bnh-fulness- ." Mercler's Moving Appeal. "In tlio nnmu of the liberty of domicile and the liberty of work of Belgian citizens; In the name of tho Inviolability of families; In the name of moral Interests which the measure of deportation would gravely compromise; In the namo of the word given by tho governor of the Province of Antwerp und by the governor general, the immediate representative of the highest authority of tho German empire, I re-- i spectfully bog your excellency to be good enough to withdraw the measures of forced labor and of doportntlon announced to the Btigtan workmen, and to be good enough to reinstate in their homos those who luive already been dcKrtod. "Your excellency will appreciate how painful for mo would bo (he weight of the responsibility that I womld havo to boar as regard tltese families, If the conndeaeo which tlury have glvoa you through my agency nod at mTt-ques- t were lamentably deceived. "I persist in believing that tMs WiH not Fto tho ease. "Accept, Mr. Governor Oeoezai. assurance of my very high "D. eotoattem-tlo- a. GAUD IN AXi MHlkCIEK, 3 Arch, of MaBneW Municipal governments In Belgium appealed to toe Ocrinan authorities to observe their prowisws. Ttie two doc J. ter trials, exeiieuclng misery and often hunger, while Its children far away light and die, and the parents of thevo children can never convey lb them the affection with which their hearts aro overflowing. Pathetic Appeal Disregarded. "Our laboring class has endured everything with thu utmost calm and! tho tnokt lmprewtve dignity, repressing Its sufferings, Its complaints and heavy trials, sacrificing everything to Its Ideal of liberty und Independence. Hut tho measures which havo been announced will make tho population drulu the dregs (of the cup) of huinasi sorrow; tho proletariat, the poor upon whom unemployment has been forced, citizens of a modern state, are to be condemned to forced labor without having disobeyed any regulation or order. "In tho name of the families of workmen among which the most painful anxiety reigns at present, whose mothers, whose fiancees, said whose llttlo children are dsstlned so shed se many more tears, ws beg year excellency te prevent the aceampll shin eat of this painful act, contrary to law, eontrary to the dignity of the working classes, contrary to everything which makes tor werts and grtisfness In haaaa neArmw "We beg year excellency to psmtei our einotlas 4 we offer jou the bom ags of our OASttngoiehed eoosMratloa.n (Appesded are signatures of members of the nation! eoauaUtee mi the Commission Syndics)) Von Bluing la his rvply, ItneeuSer 8, practically admitted the truth of tis oomplalnt by attempting to JwtMy the ineasacw pretested ftgsiust "For moro than two years the laboring class more than any other has been forced to undergo tho most bit- constituting the largest diameter of the shank, and having across Us thread n spiral groove, one end of which forms a cutter at the bulge. The groove goes once around the screw und terminates at the slant of the head and at the root of the gimlet point. How to Pour Liquids. In pouring liquid from u Jug or bottle the vessel should be held with tho opening downward, rather than horizontally, If convenient, and swung quickly with a circular motion. The liquid will rotate and In leaving the opening will permit air to enter continuously, causing the liquid to ran out rapidly and without Intermittent Screw Dores Its Own Hole. Evidently Charles D. Woodward, of Providence, It. I., has often had considerable trouble In driving the conventional wood screw Into hard wood, for he bns developed a screw which bores Its own hole as It proceeds. According to his patent claims, says the Scientific American, he has devised a countersinking screw saving at the root of Its point a bulge gimlet-pointed gurgling sounds. If the opvolng of the container Is at Slightly. one alio It is best to hold the contain"Had that musical play a mixed er so that the opening is at the highest point of the end, rather than at chorus t" "I should say I Half of it dldat know the bottom. The air muy thus enter and penult a continuous flew until the what the other butt was about" container is empty. plck-mo-up- If you want eggs during the winter, don't staff the birds full at their mornine ?" hens fill up first "I don't know anything about her ing meal. When the and then go back morning diamonds," replied Miss Cayenne. "But thing in the the roosts, you'll get fat I understand her family has genalne to toaf on you won't get many eggs, fowls, bat butter for breakfast every day." la a short time they will be oat of condition "If you don't watch out" Remedy. The "I doa't kuow what was she matter with Elsie lust night. When I spoke GRIT SUPPLY IS NECESSARY to hr her eyes dropped and her face fslL" Especially Important In Winter When "Then I should think what the girl Fowls Have Little Opportunity needed was a for Forage. "Are airs. Fllmgllt's diamonds genu- Elegance. have little opportunity for outside foraging. TIN gilt is tho fowl's teeth and plenty of it Is necessary fo Insure a strong, vtferoae condition. A good supply of grit Is necessary, espectaUy In tho wlnter'wben the birds Page Four. THE CtTIZEIS Miss Christine Collins of the Academy Department spent n few tiny at her home in Cynlhiaua, returning Monday. MRS. ELBRIGE HARDIN rgret to announce the death Mrs. Elbrlge Hardin, of Boone April I, 1018. LOCAL PAGE NEWS OF BKREA AND VICINITY, CJATHEREU FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES We o' street, who died Sunday morning Mrs. Hardin was bom April 10, 1857, Bonnie Mays of (he Academy De- partment spent Sunday with his Good Friday. Her death was sud parents al Moils More, lie return den, though plu had been seriously ed to school Monday. ill she lind for some time. Owen T. Batson of the Collego Department has been receiving a visit from his mother, of Cyulhiana. She returned home Monday. C. M. Canlleld was a visitor in Frankfort Sunday. Rev. Homer Campbell, of Clarksburg, Ind- - is making a few days' visit tliis week with his sister, Mrs. C. 11. Bordello. Rev. Campbell leaves in two weeks for Frnnco, whore h" will do Y. M.C. A. work among the boys at the front. The Easier food sale given by the ladies of the Progress Club was a great success. The proceeds of the sale will be ued as a war fund. Dr. Oodby, one of Berea's elllcienl medical men, is called to tho colors and will leave on tho 10th Inst, for service in Medical Reserve Corps. Dr. Roberts will preach Sundav on National Righteousness the Need of the world. Hear him! Have You Heard Your Country's Call? The bugle has blown and we are apain ordered to the front. Let there be no faltering no hesitation no failing. Your Government asks for $3,000,000,000.00 to be raised by the Third Liberty Loan; of this amount $50,000.00 must come from Berea and vicinity. Anything else will show lack of such a stigma has never been placed on our citizens. It will not be this time or any other. The man who slacks with his money is just as despicable as the man who refuses to shoulder a gun. Patriotism requires that we come forward promptly and liberally in oursubscrip-tion- s to the Loan. Leave your subscriptions with the Dean & Stafford REAL ESTATE Bank & Trust Bldg. Berea, Ky. Best Blacksmithing Scientific horse shooing, flno iron work and repairs of all descriptions nt the College Dlacksmith Shop, Main Street, north of The Citizen ad. Onicc. Wo SELL hats and sell them right. ad. Mrs. Laura Jones. TIip Rev. W. C. Noble; of the Newark, X. J., where he will attend tho Xewark Annual Conference of which he is n member; after which he will visit home people before returning to his work. County Agent II. F. Spence spent a few days in Chicago where he heard Evangelist Hilly Sunday and visited interesting features of thai great city. Mrs. Miles E. Marsh and son. Wilson, left Tuesday for Mississippi, where they will join Eugene, who ii operating a large plantation near Virksburg. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Hogie were hero the first of tho week to attend the funeral of her mother, Mrs. Hardin. Lieutenant George W. Dnkcr, of El Paso, Tex stopped off in Berea between trains to visit his aunt, Mrs. Eli Baker. W. T. Popo's home on Boone street is now occupied by Mr. Rit-llfamily from Tennessee. Miss Mollic .Jackson entertained to dinner Tuesday evening in honor if Miss Doris Orubb. of Ashland, X. (I. Messrs. Hugh Parks and Floyd Collins. Tho Berea Xaval Service (Ur's will give a play within the next two weeks. Look out for posters and hand bills. Berea Chapter of the Woman's Committee of National Council of Defenso will meet at Boone Tavern parlor Friday afternoon of thi3 week al i p.m. for the purpose of making plans for the third Liberty Loan drive. All members and those interested are urged to be present. The arrival of Frank Cullin Smith, infant son of Professor and Mrs. J F. Smith, added greatly to the joys of EasUr Sunday. Preston F. Welsh, who was grad uated from our Vocational Depart m'ent is now enlisted in our Navy and i an engineer somewhere on tho Atlantic. Misses Bes Jordan and Goldie Erwin of tho Academy Department, returned Monday after a very pleas ant visit at their homes in Olive Hill. Miss Lucy Zeysing of the Academy Department is being visited by her mother of Sadieville. o's Treasurer's olllro. left Tuesday for Hade to Your Measure ii ready-To-wear Clothes made for you by us are built according to your own measurements. There's no tak- ing up or letting out that Is always sure to leave some telltale evidence of clothing. Every part Is cut to fit you bnly. And the finished garments therefore seem to be actually a part of you. The best of workmanship and the latest patterns help to make our clothes the last word In tailoring. Our prices are gauged to suit everyone. Looking at our materials places you under no obligation to buy. Seale'a Tailoring Shop Short Street Phone 145; residence 41 House for rent and somo lots for Ad, sale. Dr. S. ft. Baker. Erne! Chasteen of the 11.1 Engineers Train, stationed at Camp Shelby, Miss, ha.s been isiting his parents of tills place. He returned to his station Sunday. Donald Porter of the li'.Uh InSERVICES WEST END CHURCH fantry Bund of Camp Shelby, Mis AND SUNDAY-SCHOO- L returned to camp, Thursday, after The Springtime is here and the a pleasant ten days' furlough with showing in the West End Church his mother. was very markand Sunday-schoMalrom Dulaney of the Academy ed last Sunday. A splendid audience Department, lias been receiving a turned mil to hear Mr. Ri.x preach. visit from his mother of Cincinnati. The audience is to be commended He accompanied her home Sunday. for the close attention paid to the Leonard Ilobinsnn of Lancaster sermon and the good conduct thai was a isitor in Berea S'unday. was in evidence. All in thai section Miss Nannie llobinson has acceptof town are most cordially invited ed a position in Welch's Departto be present and lake an active Miss Kobinson ment Stores. Sunday-schopart in Hie exercises. worked in the Paint Lick Superintendent Parsons is Telephone Exchange. doing good work and the children FOR SALE Miss Helen Dicknell is visijtins should hae this Iteueilt. her cousin. Mrs. Davis, of Hed Lick. S'omo Fodder and Straw. W. A. Ogg, Phono 117-- 2. Laura Jones now has electric (Ad-3H0AGLAND-T0DD lights in her store and will keep NOTICE TO TEACHERS It was a secret but is no more. open till eight o'clock for the benTeachers desiring to teach in Be- Mrs. Gertrude M. Todd, on arriving efit of her customers. " (Ad-l- li d. rea Public Graded School should home Sunday, is delighted to relale Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Baxter of Mrs.. J. W. Van Winkle and have their application in the hands the happenings in her family, durson, Walter, Mrs. J. P. Bicknell and of the Secretary not later than ing the month of March. The marriage of her daughter, son. Dwight, were very pleasantly April 12th. W. E. Farmer, Miss Margaret, to Barrel! O. Hoag-lau- d entertained to dinner at the home Secretary of Board. was solemnized on the 13th ult. of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bicknell on (Ad-the Dixie Highway, Sunday. al the homo of Mr. nnd Mrs. II. II. ROOM Clark, at Roanoke, Vn. RED CROSS SEWING Sid Noland and Ilodger Pickles of Mrs. Hoagland was born and CHANCED lliehiiiond, were in town Friday. The Red Cross sewing room is raUed in Berea, having completed Mr. Noland is an agent for "The changed from Mrs. Ernberg's home the A.B. course with the class of Daily Register" of thai place. A letter from Mrs. Howard E. to the Vocational Chapel in Indus- UHO. and since then she lias been Taylor brings the news that Mr. trial building. All workers should .teaching at Somerset. Two good rea Taylor landed safely on the 2ith be there each afternoon at one sons were given with her resigna tion from her school work that anil' arrived ia Paris t lie next day. o'clock sharp. He is now where service is needsitislled the Board at Somerset; a ed and where he will have the pri- NOTICE TO TOMATO GROWERS better position nt Washington, D. C. vilege of having news lirst hand The Berea Canning Co. are now for the Government in the Munitions Mr.'. placing contracts for Tomatoes to Department and that of marriage. during these testing times. Taylor may be addressed for a few be delivered at their factory during Mr. Hoagland is also employed in months, Meyer's Park, Charlotte, N. tho season of 1918 at 15c per bu. the same city in the Treasury DeC, care of E. F. Taylor (or $15.00 per ton). This is tho partment where they are happilv Sidney Rust writes from Camp maximum price fixed by the Gov- located and dointr valuable service Upton. N. Y that ho is about to take ernment for the State of Kentucky. for Unrle Sam: Mr. Hoagland will a long journey. Of course wo un For further information call on orj nIo be remembered as a Berea studerstand what this means. Many address E. T. Fish, Secy- - Berea, Ky. dent. Their many friends extend to them (Ad-4of our boys will soon take a similar hearty congratulation and wish trip across tho pond. and prosperous Hoy Gillen of Ft. Benjamin Har ROAD MEETING IN VOCATIONAL them a happy married life. rison,, Ind,. spent live days' fur, CHAPEL lough witli his mother, Mrs. Nannie A Good Roads Meeting will be H. Gillen on Chestnut street and re held in the Vocational turned to camp Thursday night. Chapel, to which every person i Those who enjoyed tho hospitality invited. County Judge Price and of Mr. and Mrs. James Guinn nea Roiul Commissioner Baxter will Wallaceton last Wednesday at a speak on the subject. Don'l forget! dinner parly were, Mesdamos W. 0, in tho Vocational Chapel, and E. C. Moore, Mrs. W. T. Terrill at 7:30. Come and help make good and Miss June, .Mrs. Guy Duerson roads for our county. , and son Robert and Mrs. John Guinn and children. CLEAN-U- P DAY Miss Dahlia Ruth Ambrose loft The time for "Spring Town Clean last Thursday for Green Hall where ing" is here. Have all rubbish she will visit friends and relatives, ready for removal early Tuesday Mr. J. L. Ambrose has accepted a morning, April 9. Don't stop with position at Kildow, Ky. your own lot, but see that all va ' Mrs. A. H. Shorte left for her cant lots near you are cleaned too. home, in Jackson, after an extended Flies are coming. Let us heat them visit witli her daughter, Mrs. Allen to all pig pens and out houses, by Williams, of near Berea. using wood ashes, lime, or any oth Mr. and Mrs. Allen Williams are er disinfectant. rejoicing over the arrival of a little, daughter, Jewell Heloise, FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE March 27th. For sale or exchange: the Old .Mrs. Gertrudo M. Todd returned Sunday from Roanoke, Vn., where Dripping Springs property, con she had a delightful visit with her sisting of 15 acres of land, five children for three woeke. While springs, one well, three buildings barn. there she witnessed tho marriage with 20 rooms in all, largo poul of her daughter Margaret. on the store house, mill house, two good orchard. Will 13th of March and on on the same try houses and sell for cash or exchange for city date she was gladdened by tho arri Ky. Call or val of a little granddaughter in tho property in Berea, home of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Cod write John D. Wilson, Crab Orchard, ad-1- 7. Kentucky, dingtnn. n.: iio(iinir,,jitiitifiiu'jiiBuiaaw(wnM rmffi' ji.) Mr. anil Mrs. I. B. Chestnut are to succeed Mr. C. H BEREA CIVIC LEAGUE WILL MEET new appointees Thero will bo a public meeting Click in tho Forestry work of Berea College. In addition to tho forestry of the Berea Civic League, April 13th work they will do settlement work, at which time election of ofllcers and will resido on Big Hill piki will tako placo for the ensuing where a new residence is being con year, watcu for the place ami hour of meeting in next issuo of structed for their use. C. H. Click has recently accepted Tho Citizen. Reports of tho various the position of Firo Warden in Mad committees will be heard at this ison County, which under tho new meeting. Tho interests of tho Civic- provisions for protecting tho tim Playground will bo presented. Let ber of our country will provo a val every ono interested in Berea Beau liful ntul Lhn welfnrn of our town liable asset. choice be present. Mrs. L. A. Watkins gave a delight ful dinner on last Thursday in lion Born garments arc or of Roy Gillen of Ft. Benjamin FARM FOR SALE Harrison, Ind.. and Davis Banney, A well improved farm of 78 acres correctly fashioned, two miles north of Berea on tho of Cincinnati. faultlessly fitted and Mrs. Will Sexton left yesterday Mcnelos Piko and L. & N. R. ekillfully tailored as tho Frank Galloway homo to visit her son in Cincinnati. Mrs. U. S. Berry, of Conway, is place. Thero is a good two story visiting her son, Leroy, tho L. & N. dwelling of eight rooms and all And Born prices necessary out buildings. Good orticket agent. chard and never failing stock waallow a substantial Mrs. W. J. Hudspeth returned ter. Good sulphur well at the door. from Louisville, Monday, where sho This is a bargain at $75.00 per acre. on has been In attendance upon her Terms to clothes bill for the suit purchaser. Call on son, Lieut, Ralph Hudspetyi, who or address E. T. Fish, Agl., Berea, year. had an operation for a serious case (Ad-I- t' Ky. of mastoids. Bro. Hudspeth is still at tho bedside of his sou, whom we (R$tdnt Born thaltr) There is no Federal legislation are glad to report is improving. naregulating tho playing of tho Bernall Sharp of tho Academy tional anthem, B. but somo States have, Department has been visiting homo statutes forbidding playing it as a He returned to part folks at Liberty. Kentucky Berea of a medley. suliool Wednesday. ol for-ferly ol 8) llicli-mon1.' ht To-nig- been an Invalid, more or less, for twenty years. She Is survived by her husband and daughters, Mrs. Allen Bogle, Miss Leila Hardin and Mrs. F. L. Moore. Funernl servicos were conducted in the Christian Church Monday evening, after which Interment was made in the Berea Cemetery. BEREA NATIONAL BANK Remember That have lots of fine farms in Mississippi listed for sale, that were listed for a year or longer, before the advance of farm lands there and everywhere. Write me, and describe the kind of farm you want and I will write you telling the kind of farm I have, and I believe can fill the bill. Also I have some houses and nice building lots in Berea, Ky., for sale. Will-sel- l them at the right price if bought at once, as I want to buy more of this Mississippi black lime, alfalfa farm lands. I 1 Dr. S. R. Baker Berea COMMISSIONER'S SALE Kentucky Born Tailoring r Satisfies woolen display The Born permits unrestricted saving your J. Richardson much as is necessary to bring the PlalntM proceeds up to said sum of $1,110.00, will lie offered; if tho interest of vs. Defendants Mrs. T. P. Wyatt in less than all E. E. Wyatt, 4c, tho six tracts docs not bring tho As directed bv a judgment anil proceeds up to said sum, her interorder of sale entered in the abovi- - ests nftor being offered in said styled action at the February term, tracts separately will then bo of1917, of the Madison Circuit Court fered as a whole, selling tho way nnil bv sunnlemcutal judgment ami that brings the most money. Payments. Equal credits of sit order of sale entered at the Febru ary. 1018, term of said Court, the and twelvo months, tho purchaser undersigned will on or purchasers to cxecuto bonds with approved security, bearing six per Saturday, April 6th, 1918, at or about 2 o'clock p. in- - to make cent interest from day of sale, and tho sum of $5,110.00, sell to tho hlgh- - secured by liens retained on tho t mid best bidder, on the premises properly sold. Didders must arof the Chestnut Street residence range in ndvanco to cxecuto bonds nroncrtv hereinafter described, tho as soon as the sale is concluded. undivided interests of K. E. Wyatt, R. D. Terrill, Master Commissioner. (Ail-1- 0. W. W. Wvatt and Altha E. Wyatt. and Louisa J: Wyatt (Mrs. T. I'. Wyatt). in tho following described UNION CHURCH NEWS lots of land in and near Hcrea, Mad The attendance on the Woman's ison County, Ky.: Industrial Monday was unusually 1. A lot fronting 00 feet on Chestlarge. The speaker was Prof. L. V. nut street, on which is located Dodge, who spoke of tho war and tho present residence of Mrs. T. Iho suffering caused by it, referring P. Wyatt, running back 100 feet. particularly to tho Armenians. Mrs. No. 1 Cowley suggested that every one 2. A vacant lot, adjoining above, fronting CO feet on Chest- would like to give a little money nut street, and running back 2i een a few pennies, or a ticketto save an Armenian child from starvafeet to an alley. Our women who needed so 3. A lot on tho West sido of Hanson tion. street, 18 fcr t by 00 feel, convey- many things themselves responded ed to T. P. Wyatt by S. G. Han- generously, and the basket that was son, Ac. by deed recorded in l. passed for these contributions contained H. 73, page 0. Noxt Sunday Iho members of tho fronting 5'1 i. A lot, witli house, oppor- feet on tho East side of Donna Union Church will have ail street, running back 188 feet to tunity to gie for tho samo-raucorner of W, I,. Harrison lot, Will they give as liberally accordconveyed to T. I'. Wyatt by J. K. ing to their means? Dakcr, by deed recorded in D. I J. F. L. MOORE'S 72. page 510. 5. A tract of land in tho west end of Dcrea, containing about an aero and a quarter, next to the lines of Wright Kelly, James FOR Polly and S. Winkler, tho same convoyed to T. P. Wyatt by II. First Class Repairing I). Creech by deed recorded in AND D. n. 73, page 8. west end 0. A trad of land in tho Fine Line of Jewelry of Dcrea, beginning al a stouoin BEREA, KY. tho middle of the road nt north- MAIN ST. east corner of Stephen Willis lol nnd running with tho mlddlit M. WIDES of tho road 101 feet, and being tho sanio land convoyed to T. P. the General Dealer, gives notice that adWyatt by C E. Clift, &c, by deed Scrap iron and other Junk hive Car vanced in price. Wanted, 30 recorded in D. H. 73, pago 5. or More I Scrap Iron, Heavy Copper, Llfht Terms. Tho undivided remainder Copper, Heavy Red Brass, Heavy Tel-lo- w of E. E. Wyatt, W. W. interests Brass, Light Brata Zlno, Lead, Wyatt and Altha E. Wyatt (which Beef Hides, Hortt Hides, Posy remainder less $500.00 Colt Hides, No. 1 Sheep Skins, Hap, is ouo-ha- lf going to Lucia Wyatt) in said six No. 1 Rubber, No. a Rubber, Ant. Casings, tracts of land, or so much thereof Also buy eggs highand as may ho necessary to mako'said est market prices. poultry at Before Call me 10.00, will bo olTcrud selling. Am paying mors sum of 8U lata say llrst; if said interests, do not brim.' one else ia town. If you east er, I will eall for your foods. said sum tho life interest of Mrs. saa RioeMOMt), KY. ar T. P. Wyatt in said six tracts, or so rh J. Smith Clarke, $r. se J Jewelry Store ui da-liv- $100 in Education Equals $1,000 in Land. April I, IOIH. TIIE CITIZEN IMPORTANT FUEL REGULATION CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR Pago Flvo, The Citizen J I'ulilMml Tf rr Thurxliir t llr-, Ajfamiljr Newipupcr for alt that li right, Local Coal Dealers Rocolvo Notlcos Trom Stato Administration true, ami Interesting Coal dealers of Heron havo re ceived copies (if important regulations Issued liy Hie Sidle 1'ucl Ad(Incorporated) N stress Special WM. C. FROST, Ed.tor ministration. C II. WERTENI1CRCER, M.n.,lni Editor placed upon Hi" fuel Hint consumers Subscription Rate should lay in their supply for the PAYAIII.K IN ADVANCE rinniiii winter ns inrlv im nossihle. " .. t ti blanks rite six Month." . . .:! Application Infill ilonlura Inbeing fur- 1', nUlieil InThrr Month. f mifiirtll. c Send monrjr by or Etpmi Montr lly Willi the regulations of tllC Fliol Administration, which declares that m' "urlmil to assist those wh chimed within threw wrrktirtrr rrnewal notify Who Were able to Sl'Ctire llll'lr P'V Mill failed to do SO. The reg numUr. will l sUdly mppllcd If "WVIiT'v . Rlrrn tn ny who obtain now tub- - filiations covering the ilislriliiition crlptlm forpi. Any ono rndinir ui four yrarly 0 soft colli SIII'll IIS is IISI'll Chiefly .ubr,p,,n. c.n Th. C.tU.n fr for ,,,.,, f(r fp, nn, folI()W9. A.lffrti.imr.tf.on.ppik.tion. , fj further notice 110 llolllOS- lln consumer of coal or coko shall METHODIST CHURCH SERVICES purchase, rocelve,vor otherwise lake NEXT SUNDAY or coko than i possession of. more coal Services at the Methodist Kpisco- - is reiiuired for his actual and ncccs pal cliurrh will he held at II n. in., sary requirements prior to March 31, Sunday, tho lh, conducted hy tho unit. If such consumer already has Nov. Mr. Owen, of Asbtiry College, a iiaut ily on hand, he .shall receive, w iimore, hy. All tire invited to onlv such additional uniount ns shall conic oul and hear Hie sermon. make up his actual and necessary requirement! prior to that dale. 2. No person, linn, association or ONE CENT AN ACRE LAND NOW A corporal ion, whether acting alone sea or OIL or in conjunction with others, shall, A .sample of oil taken from tho directly or indirectly provide nny old Hrandenburg estate in I.cc domestic consumer of coke or coal . nty Ky. - BEREA PUBLISHING Co. '. "lyi'""'"'"" PoU-oini r,l The F.xcetillve Committee of the Christian F.ndenvor met Sunday March .'II, 11)18. There were many li'iporlijnl steps urged by members of the 'committee and Hie following were voted to be Included in the plans of (he Christian F.tidcavor young people: The of the Christian Kndenvor, whether they remain in Ilerea or go elsewhere, are apt to forgel whal the Society would remember, always them have that this is the Christian creed They forgot of an Kiuieavorer. (hat when they take a stand as a member of the Christian Endeavor, that they an; assigned to uirk ror the Master; and loo many become stagnated and drill awa'y rront the Christian faith. In view of the fact the committee voted to keep in touch with all by writing them letters concerning Hie plans of the Christian Endeavor and their loyalty to God. 'I'he committee votes n Service Flag in honor of the great number of members who have gone out from the Society, and now are at their 'posts1. A PACKING PLANTS SMART PEOPLE BUY DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS FROM MAY BE OPERATED BY GOVERNMENT OWEN McKEE THERE IS A REASON RICHMOND KENTUCKY RED CROSS NOTES HOOVER ANNOUNCES PRESIDENT HAS APPROVED APPOINTMENT OF A COMMISSION To Study Entire Complex Meat Prob lem and That Some Drastic Change of Policy With Respect to Meat Conservation and Distribution Must Be Made Immediately. WVMern Newspaper 1'nlon News Hfrvlcj. wayecently bniught ";rf(; u lo actual necessary , i'l , " winch this oil wai, piir taken, was purchased many years hgo hy old Major Hrsuideuhurg at prior to that date. .'I. Vhen an order is placed by a Hie fahulous price of one cent an consumer nnd before delivery can acre. be made on same. Hie consumer till .In, ,,.1,1..., Hhj ' ' nmsl certify, on blanks to be pro- now aged sl. l l.ves on the tract. vi(l0(, , ,,.,, ,,, t extends f , .in Standing lit. f)(1()Wjn- - ,,lforiIln,on: . hack toward Sturgeon, a distance of ,(y tm, ..ve,M..les and has at present nine , , ,,, lu,,,vu , ... ,,u well imi iu an oi wine ii nave a showing of nil, mi says tho men who. (Ii 'I'he amount of coal the con- are at wirk on the tract. ailllint lirid in Imiiil 0.io of our c. iens Mrs fcimn-(Cl nm(,unt )(f ,.im Iloynol.k n gran.l daughter of James , , ,,. ,, . ,ll.1.1Ss!irv Hrnndenliurg, an early M'ltler of that iiiircincnts prior to March 31, lll!i. section, owns a "plendid tract of I lie aiiiounl of coal he has (d html joining Hie above which she on order and the name of the per- This tract is uudoublly inherited. sou from whom ordered. underlaid with this rich lluid which New consumers who are unabh has brought untold wealth to go to have their orders accepted by a many of our mountain friends. dealer should apply to the Local AMERICAN JAPANESE RELATIONS (Continued from Pige One) Fuel Administration who should seo it may be really adopted and folas DISTANCE DWARrS THE FRAY t tlut their requirements receive lowed, provision should be made it ever occurred to you wnat tention from the proper dealer, for the real economic needs of the Car-lobarge-loa- d lots shall or might happen were the Flanders heavily populated countries. Safety, to crack beneath the not he delivered to a single tlomotic opportunity and front defen-e- s justice for all, consumer or to a group of consu-drivpressure of the promised Oerinan ,,l,,'-- ' except with the permission or small and great alike, should be the What would become, of guiding principles of the peace France and of the Allied forces Hie County Fuel Administration, County Fuel Administration terms. Hut whatever may be tbot I'"' there now? What would be the larger questions, it is of '" require, if they deem neces- - of these fate of our army? sary, on the first or each month. :i highest importance that our peoph And where the next front line I statement containing (he names and should know the actual facts in retrenches might ultimately be? gard to Japan's relations with possible that even were the; addresses or consumers lo wlwuu America. It is War Scare Oerm.nis' 'liveries have been mado durin? worst lo come and the previous month or the quantity Stories' deals effectively with the were to break through thev might matters which it discusses. forces! delivered to each consumer. Mill be held and the allied e. Any dealer or consumer who saed from annihilation anil cap- - bdes the foregoing regulations will IN OUR OWN STATE And so long as the combined (Continued lrom One) be subject to the penalties prescrib-fi- en, while the grand Pffe returned allied Heet.s controlled the seas jury ' '" Hie Lever Act. manv would be nowerless to nt- -. a large number of true bills. 'I"' purpose or Ibis plan is to se- -i tack our shores. Hut if the Germans break through i'1"'' the broadest and most equita-- j School Head Let Out on the western front they are al- - hl distribution possible during tho Hecause be refused lo allow pumost certain to risk everything in coming year. The Fuel Adininis-- 1 pils of the Sadieville High School n naval way upon a last clash wilh'tration is assured by (be represen- -' to sign cards applying for work on Kngland'H lleet. And should they by tat Ives of the National Retail Coal farms this summer, declaring that nnv chance be victorious the net Merchants' Association that tho ro- - he was opposed to war. Walter the country Jackson, principal, was dismissed movo would be against America di- -; '"H dealers throughout .... ' .. ....II I.....I men- - I it muriy "nil and his certificate revoked by the red Victory like tills WOUKI maxo ' the performance i..or this palri- - superintendent, Mbs Mary Bradley, ' them madmen in truth. Distance dwarN the fray over ft if service. ill the instruction or the Countv there for America. It is incompre-- ! lfcard or Education nfler news of DEfT. SHOWS Jackson's alleged unpatriotic utterliensible in all its ruthless horror AGRICULTURAL and suffering so far away. We doj RANGE OF WAR EMERGENCY ances had been coiiununicaled to WORK not mcntnltv grasp its magnitude. the board by the County Council of '(1,(X)0,000 Of the total of nearly Much less can we visualize it. how-- ! National Defense. ever much we read. No man has "skeit lor war emergency activities Jackson denied the statements .by the Department or Agricultur- - in the allldavits of Miss Grace Lanvet adequately described it. Hut wo all know that we havo no it is proposed to use $8,000,000 forj caster, teacher iu the school, and desire, for a German front along tho the ptircha.se and sale of seed to. two pupils, which wero to tho effect Alleghenies. We want no Invading farmers for cash nt cost; SO.IOO.OOO' that he refused to let boys sign th" Oerinan hordes upon American soil. for the development of the coope'r.i- - working reserve card because bo We want this war to be fought out Uvo agricultural extension work in! was "opposed to this war and if the cooperation with the Stafo agri- - people running (his Government had In Furnpe. must do its hit to cultural colleges; 81.2(511,055 for com- - j as much sense as I have, we wouldn't And America the utmost, both in men and money, naung animal diseases, siiimiiaung be in this war." He also wa.s chargto me prouiiciioii oi live siock, an t ed with having said that "if we It is up to us encouraging the conservation and had attended to our own business furnish tho monoy. utilization of meat, poujlry, dairvj and not sent to BelgiTo buy Liberty Bonds. and other animal products; $91 1,300 j um," we wouldn't have been in this tar tho prevention, control and trouble now. POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT GIVES eradication of insects and plant diseases, and the conservation and RUSSIAN DEVELOPMENTS WORRY FORM OF ADDRESS FOR OVERutilization of plant products; $2,- -' EDITOR OF GERMAN NEWSPAPER SEA MAIL 3(58,1)58 for extending and enlarging! memTranslation of editorial comment Persons, who send mail to Nows Service of tho in the German press, made puhll" bers of the Expeditionary Force. tho Mnrket preventitn; by the Committee on Public infor-atio- n, ntminuKiwl ill n Hureatt of Markets, tii.t inilttnlnilf ' ' troBP, In transit ' include the following from statement Issued by the Post Olllco, Kivltiy advice con- - the Berliner Tageblatl: h.l. fop Department, to uso ink only. in movement or "The terms of the ultimatum In wr ling tho addresses. Every ploco ' stribution onmrket per.slrb o pro. nets, Russia will please even tho most of mall should also hear the name lc unrelenting advocates of violence. io"L and address of tho sender. . "1, " V, It would be interesting to hear , Heavv paper, canvas, or clotlt . ngr culturn products, Herlling, who accepted Wilson's ; should "be used for wrapping pack V" wtlior lug information in con-th- e second principle that people are nd ages. When canvas or cloth is used,1 ncollon wtli the demaml for and to bo bartered about from sovereign address should be written on a produc on, supply tributlmi, la sovereign, explain Just what difM.ipping tag. with Hie name and tho ferences exist between the political on tho re- address of the sender P80 for dealing with the farm-lab., , or ..,.,.. methods of the past and thoseHint eixo sun. .... li,,,., i ii,. i..r., ""'"""m""" - today. It may bo concluded namos should bo written!' Given nl work department, pr nt- today tho German Reichstag is iniu full, Instead of initials. Tho litlo emergency ea-- o formed of coming changes, but not ' "' ' Wrlbii or ho addressee and the full name' ( I' "' other pu .licatlon, until the matter has been settled organization to which tho unit or 'l extending tho work of tho nu- - without it. Wo all hope this policy ,' i i i i, mi.iPii it ". " . ft.;, rem of Chemistry, tho Bureau of will bring peaco and prosperity, but nf . ' ui ... wo can not conceal our nnxiety at I her address, to use tho word. lonl Survey. the birth of these new States," "American Expeditionary Forces." i m i? I 7r ro,nl - our , , js M ,.jWnry. with the amount already on i r I ,, i ,. ,.,.,,, r. portrait of Dr. Clark, the founder of the Christian Endeavor movement-- , will be hung in Hie Christian Endeavor Hall. A greal number or Christian Endeavor workers will be assigned certain hours hi call at the Hospital and visit, the patients here. This wont will be under the supervision of Miss Stearns, n and a member of the Christian Endeavor. The Union Society of Herea will help other slate societies in missionaries iu foreign fields. The meeting of March .'II, wns very helpful to all who were present. Many personal tcimonics were given, telling the meaning of the re.Mireelion of our Lord to n Christian. The next meeting will be April 7. Ileware of the change of time, and be there al (5:15 to hear an interesting discussion on "Christian's Duty and Privilege.'' The reference is John 11:1'.' 17. It will be Consecration meeting and Mr. Lulbc'r Ambrose will be leader. sitp-porti- Washington. Govern ntcnt,operatloa of tho big packing houses of tho country has becomo a strong probability. Herbert C. Hoover, Kood Administrator, announced that President Wilson has approved tho appointment of a commission to study tho entire complex moat problem and that somo drastic change of policy, with respect to meat conservation and distribution, must bo mado Immediately. "This change of policy," said Mr. Hoover, "mako tako tho form of more dollnlte and systematic direction of tho larger packers, as to tho course that they aro to pursue from month to month, or may oven take tho form of operation of the packing houso establishments by the Government." The commission will ba composed of David F. Houston, Secretary of Agriculture, as representing tho producer; William J. Harris, Chairman of tho Federal Trado Com-misso- as representing trado conditions; Dr. F. W. Taussig, Chairman ot tho Federal Tariff Hoard, as represent Ing economic thought; William I). Wilson, Secretary of Labor, as representing the civilian consumer; Herbert C. Hoover, Food Administrator, as having to carry out any given policy deter- at-ll- mined upon. Mr. Hoover, In a letter to President Wilson pointing out tho seriousness of tho beof situation and suggesting tho commission, says the problem is ono of tho most complex facing the Ho shows that Increased Government. quantities of beef must bo obtained for ox port cither by Increased production Ha or by decreased consumption. rocognizes that consumption could ba reduced by klgher prices, but deprecates any efforts to flx the prices for this purpose because It would mean the elimination of that part ot tho community that could least afford to pay more. ad e? "Anli-Japane- se vio-tur- m . ...... Public Warned to Be Careful. New York. Warning to the public "to be most careful in the future when oatlng bread, rolls, cakes and pastry," because "Jogged bits ot glass have bijen found In flour, bread and wrappers," was Issued by tho Federal Food Board here. The warning added that complaints ot this character havo been BOY SCOUTS STAR sufficiently frequent to warrant the After several disappointments in board In publishing this warning, much as It dislikes to be put In the position dates for the rendering or their proot seeming to unduly alarm our pub- gram, the Boy Scouts, under the dilic "Housewives should examine bread rection of Scout Master Miller, cerafter It has been cut and made ready tainly starred Saturday night in tho for the table," says the warning, Tabernacle. Working under "Where bread Is baked In the home, circumstances as they did, the flour should be thoroughly sifted tor foreign substances. Owners ot ba the entertainment was a grand suckeries and those handling flours andj cess. It only demonstrates what aultat llnf oa ttattfl In HjiVlncr nrn nalrpH boys can do when properly trained. to have rigid Inspection made before' No one grieved for having spent tho shipping price or the ticket, but would gladleave these commodities rooms in bulk or manufactured form. ly go them another Tor as excellent Where suspicion Is excited, there; a program as they rendered. should bo thorough Investigation." Financially, it was not so suc"Big Fellows" Salaries To Be Cut. New York. High officials ot railroads, known to the smaller fry at "big fellows," are reported to bo on the anxious seat, particularly those who are receiving salaries in excess of $20,000 per year. From Washing-tocomes the Intimation that Director General McAdoo has let fall the hint that he Is not in favor ot railroad officials getting more than $20,000 a year It Is understood that four railroad presidents have been on the pay roll for 176,000 a year; 10 have been receiving M),000 yearly, while numerous railroad executives have been receiving a yearly stipend ot $25,000. If the $20,000 salary limit becomes effective, It will be Interesting to learn how many will stand a cut In salary and continue with their roads. Another urgent appeal for regis-- I ration of more nurses was issued March 27, hy Miss Mary M. Roberts, director of nursing, I.ako Division, American lied Cross. Tho appeal was made in response to Surgeon General Gorgas' recent request that the Red Cross supply G,000 nurses before Juno 1, for service iu the American military hospitals in tho United States and abroad. " More than 7,000 nurses have been enrolled by the Red Cross since the United Stales became a participant in tho war, but as tho war progresses, the imperative need for a greater army of nurses grows " daily. "An earnest appeal is made to'thc registered nurses of Ohio, Indiana, and Kentucky to volunteer for this service. We also appeal to tho public and to the physicians employing these nurses to make it possiblo for them, without too groat a sacrifice, lo hold themselves in readiness to respond lo the call of their country. "Wo also wislt lo bring lo tho attention of nurses the unusual offered by tho War Risk Insurance Law. Tho provisions of this hill apply equally to nurses assigned lo duty as members of tho Army and Navy Nurso Corps and make it possiblo for tho nurse to secure, at nominal rates, protection for herself as well as for designated members, of her family dependent upon her. "A great responsibility rests upon the nurses of the country. They are tho only group of women recognized as a part or the military establishment. While thousands ol nurses will be needed, tho number is relatively small compared with the unmber of women in America who should stand back of them and make possiblo the servico for which they are so greatly needed. "No liner patriotic servico can bo rendered by well educated young women anywhere, than that of the students in schools for nurses who aro definitely preparing tar the larger proressional Held or tho graduate nurse." HOUSE BILL 181 cessful as it should havo been, but the boys have no complaint to mako. They are always willing to do mora than their share, which is characteristic of the Scouts. May we no havo another night with tho Scouts when Ihey see lit to entertain. Legalizing the Taking of Fish from Certain Rivers by Means of Certain Prescribed Methods Tho new law permits tho use of seines and hoop nets without wings witli mesh of not less than ono and one-ha- lf inches square in streams which form the boundary between this Stale nnd any oilier states, (Mississippi, Ohio, Hig Sandy, Tug Fork of Hig Sandy and a part of Tennessee River), not to bo placed or used within 200 yards of the mouth of any tributary streams nor within 200 yards of any lock and dam, upon payment or 8155 for license ami tag tar one hoop net without wings and $1.00 additional for each additional hoop net and $5.25 for license and ono tag for each seine of lot) feet in length or less and 62.00 for each additional 100 feet or fraction thereof. Provided further, that any large or small, mouth black bass if caught in nets or seines shall be immediately returned without injury to the water from which taken. Provided further, that no fish shall bo taken under provisions of this Act during the month or May. The same provisions as above indicated apply to navigable streams within the Statu actually under lock nnd dam (Kentucky, Green, Darren Rough, Cumberland and Lcvisa Fork or Hig Sandy River), hut no ilsli can bo taken under provisions ol this Act from waters above the last lock and dam in any navigable stream, and size of mesh limited to two inches. Possession of net or seine without tag attached is unlawful. This law goes into effect April I, 1918. Penalty for violating $15.00 to $100.00 or imprisonment and nets to be confiscated and destroyed. license for hoop nets or seines will bo issued upon payment of double the roes charged residents tar a like hoop net or seino license and tag. License is procured in same manner as hunting license. All gamo wardens, sheriff and his deputies, constable and his deputies or any peaco officer is empowered to make arrest. It is unlawful lo tako fish froin any other stream or part or stream not provided for under the now law. by any means other than with polo and line, hand line, set line or trot line. There havo been no change. made in Ihc'hunting laws. Tho new law conforms to recommendations of the Federal Government and tho Kentucky Gamo and iFisli Commission, and was approved by Hon. Fred M. Sacketl, Food Administrator tar Kentucky. It, is a war measure and will bring thousands of pounds ol frcsb fish into tho markets of Hie Stato and this season will bo tho first time in tweiity-llv- e years that fish can lei caught legally by means of seines and nets from any of tho running waters of this Stale. Very truly yours Non-reside- nt , J. QUINCY WARD Executive Atrent slay-at-boin- es food-stuf- fs t Lf Soldiers Fire on Rioters In Quebec. Quebec. Tho wild scenes of disorder and destruction here suddenly ceased when Armand Lavcrgne, a Nationalist, addressing a mob that had broken Into a hardware store, asked tho rioters to desist from disorder tor two days, stating that ho had reached an agreement with the military authorities. This agreement, ho said, provided for the removal ot troops from the streets and tho roopening ot the dominion police In connection with the enforcement ot the military service act by men "who bad the respect and confidence ot the public." . Spanish Harbor. largo stoamshlps have canceled their sailings for America and aro lying Idle la various harbors ot Spain on account ot tho submarine menace. Thousands ot tons ot freight are lying on tho docks at Cadiz, Barcelona, and Co runna, awaiting cargo space. Heavy losses aro being sustained in consequence. The Government Is receiving a great number ot tcJograms protest ing against the blockade and asking ot commorce with Steamers Tied Madrid, Up In Harmony ipfiant Colors In buying Hanna's Green Seal Paint you get more than just so much paint you also got service. Thi service consists in the thorough protection and improved appearance Hanna's Green Seal brings to your property. Do you have trouble selecting, just the right paint colors for your house? Then get a Green Seal color card from our dealer below. It contains many helpful suggestions. On your next painting job havo your painter uso Ton trans-Atlantl- a ' or Hanna's Green Seal Formula on Every Package Sold by i.i,i ; America. J. D. CLARKST0N, Berea, Kentucky You Can Go To School This Spring If You Think You can Page Six. THK CITIZEN April 1018. MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spcncc, Farm Demonstrator and Special Investigator SEED CORN Test your seed corn before plant mg. Don't plant because it looks good If you haven't seed corn, got il iiulok. Welch Department Stor has tested seed corn, and is Jelling it as lone a it lasts, at cost. Don't delay. Go to work now. It will bo too lalo after a few week U) cry for seed corn. There liave been 57 tests made by County Agent, and Iho average Inn only readier ;i per cent germina lion. Seed corn testing is being don anil will continue to lie none a County Agent's olllee. Now's the Timo to Act "PRODUCE MORE LIVE STOCK" IS FARMERS' SLOGAN To Do Well the Farmer Must Study Best Methods This Is. Made Possible at the Short Course in Agriculture at A now purpose animal being tho milking strain of Shorthorns and the Red Polled. The College of Agrioulluro of the Slate University, through its minual short courses, offers exception al opportunities to farmers to learn scientific methods in raising, feed ing, judging and selling of beef cat' tie and these opportunities should not bo overlooked, for the new era of agriculture in Kentucky is at hand. " This reference (o the Short Course in Agriculture which is held at 1 Stale University every winter, i well placed. Every slate that is building up a strong agriculture is doing so through its Short Course. This method of instruction reaches the farmers who desire immcdial? assistance. The courses arc planned to givo that aid. This year's course has for dates, October 2U, 1917, to March J, 1918. FARMERS' ATTENTION SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG 1st Door Training that adds to your general education. TOR YOUNO MEN Agriculture, Carpentry, Bricklaying, Print ing, Commerce and Telegraphy. FOR YOUNG LADIES Homo Belence, Drossmakiag, Cooking, money-earnin- g HOME DEPARTMENT Conducted by Miss Margaret Dizncy, Director of Home Science e, Ago of Reynolds 1. Hall Soul Awakening J. .f. Snnl (Irand Canal Venice Children of Charles I Van Dyko Arch of Constantino . or Arch of Mahy Stuarl Van Dyko Titus. Greek Girls Playing Hall Sir FredSomo Cathedral Cologne, Milan erick Lelglilon Sncgdil, Michael Angelo fit. Ilarhara Palma Vecchio I'rophels Court of Lions Alhnmbra 4. Boy's Room fioldeii Slalrs Ilurne, .lottos Sir Galahad Walls ' 3. Living-rooThn Princess in the Tower MlllaU Christ irnd Tho Rich Young Man (a Ileligious Hnfmntm Sistine Madonna Ilnphael Tho Horse Fair Rnga Honhcur Madonna of (he Chair Haphael Other good Madonnas by Murillo, DigniQy and Impudenco Landscer Ilolirelli, Correggio, Ilodcnhatison Infant Samuel Reynolds Queen Louise and Her Sons Transllgurnt ion Raphael Holy Night Correggio Apollo Helvedere SI. Anthony Murillo Christ and the Doctors llofmann 5. Dininn Room Marriage of St. Catharine Cor Poijtralt Fruit and Flowor Plc- reggio Inno-cenccm PEOPLE SOME riCUTRES FOR THE HOME Thoroughbred-Har- dy Penelope Hoothby Selected by Sean Bowersoz Berea's Vocational Schools power, combined with Nursing, Stenography and Typewriting. 2nd Door Berea's Foundation School General Education for those mot far advanced, combined with sorao vocatioaai training. No matter what your present advancement, we can put you with others like yourself and give chance for most rapid progress. 3rd Door Berea's English Academy Course i or tnose who are not expecting to leacn ana wno are not goiag thru College and desiro more general education. It also gives the best general education for those who wish a good start in study and expect to carry It on by themselves era in agriculture is at Yqu. want to help win the war by hand for Kentucky. The war has producing the right kind of food. awakened the Kentucky farmer In Fats and meats are needed at home the fact that tobacco is not his only and at the front. "money crop." Cattle raising does GROW SOY BEANS FOR FOOD and should demand more attention I'hey contain 20 per cent of fat than ever before. Hccf cattle arc IU bringing higher prices than ever and 33 per cent of protein (muscle known in the history of the cattle and blood building material). This raising industry. It behoves every h ten times as much fat and twice farmer-tput his lauds in grass and as much protein as in navy beans. produce dairy cattle, beef cattle, or The food value of soy beans Ml dual purposo animals. The possi- more nearly that of meat and eggs 6th bilities of dariying are growing day than is any other crop grown. They are food for man and feed by day in proportion as the towns I o 4th Door Berea's Normal School This gives the best training for those who expect to teach. Courses are so arranged that young people can teach through the summer and fall and attend school through the winter and spring, thus earning money to keep right oa in their course of study. prnnt linnV "llmif In Toni-l- i n nifltrlM QMinnl " Ilnnil rilncnwrn jf vuill SC This is the straight road to College best training in Mathematics, Science, Languages, History and all preparatory subjects. Tho Academy is now Berea's largest department Classical Tho Jester Franz Hals Song of the Lark Hrelon Aurora fluido Ilcni Apollo nnd Iho Muses Julie Romano Tho Melon Haters Murillo Reading from Homer Alma Tadcma The Strawberry Girl Reynolds Sing at Hay Landseer Hermes Praxiteles (10 tures (c Portrait n r.i fUUl . D UClCttSl .D I Cf dl dlUl Jr AJ ruaucill C Door Berea College and cities increase in population, and if tho darymen will but adopt scientific methods in the production of milk and butter, organize associations in order to weed out the "boarding ladies" in their barns and keep in touch with the State College of Agriculture in order to keep abreast of the dairying times, their problems will have been solved. In the matter of raiding beef cattle, much can be accomplished through the purchase of pure-bre- d sires of any of several of well-knobreeds, including the Hereford, Shorthorn, Aberdeen Angus and the Bed Polled, the dual cow-testi- PATRIOTISM AMERICAN ON THE FARM BACK TO THE LAND . "We can count to the utmost degree on the patriotism of the American farmer," Herbert Hoover salj In a recent conference with Food Administration workers of the different states. This was the message brought back by the Kentucky representative who attended tho conference. Food must first be raised before it can be sent to American soldiers abroad and their English, French, and Italian associates In war. .The only people who can raise food In large quantities are tho farmers, and the Kentucky soldiers at Hattlesbun; Save Food. and Camp Zachary Taylor are counting In an Interview today, Fred, M. on tho folks back home producing the largest food crop In the history of the Sackett, the Federal Food Administrator for Kentucky, said that the active state. he was receiving from th People who live In cities and small towns In Kentucky are asked to help people of. the state In all the efforts Washingwin the war by raising their own back, which the Administration at making to Insure adequato yard gardens. Every time a city fam- ton was (lis ily raises a bushel of beans In a garden supply of foodstuffs and equitable fair the Food Administration Is enabled to trlbution at In prices, was Intensely war times prices of all take a bushel of beans from the farm gratifying. high, yet high prices Inand send them to Europe. Gardeners foodstuffs are are urged to raise enough beans and duce large production, and It Is quanpotatoes to last all next winter, and to tity of food that this country needs store them on their own premises. today. Is Whatever sacrifice of personal gain being made Is our The Food Administration announces who produce our neededby food, people Is but that tho entire, country east of the tho tribute of the man and woman at Mississippi Ktver would have ben home who have gon3 short of potatoes this last winter ex- every to our boys to fight tor our from community freecept for this home supply raised in gardens last year, but because they dom and our liberties. -were raised In gardens potatoes today Sve Food- .are plentiful and one of tho cheapest foods In the market, and every on CINCINNATI MARKETS, should use them freely. The man who Flour, Hay and Grain. Flour Winter patent $10.90ifll.35 can raise a garden this year, and does ryo flour not do so, will not only fall to help bard patent $11911.50; win the war, but wltl bo In actual Northwestern blended JI2.5O0il2.7n. Hay No. 1 timothy J30!30.75. No danger of himself suffering for food 2 $23.50 &30.25, No. 1 clover mixed J2 next winter. 28.50, No. 2 $2727.75, No. 1 clovci Pave rood. $21Jj21.50. . uats ."so. 2 white The Food Administration announces stand to the people of Kentucky that there nru wnue vhuvdw. no, 3 white 94u , . .. V. (J ..V, . . VJ, aj ,will be sugar for canning this year. " Those who need sugar for canning mixed aiwszc. Corn White ear yellow have only to apply to their County oar C5cCP1.30, mixed car e5c$1.25. at the canning time, who Butter, Eggs and Poultry. will givo them certificates entitling K crwlniery . them to purchase In necessary quanUel-gla- n 95H-96c- for beast. Soy beans arc easy to grow, har- est and thresh, and will yield twice as much per acre as navy beans. Soy beans will help to produce pork rapidly and cheaply, and help to improve the soil. Write for information on Varieties and how to grow them. Reeips for cooking soy bean Feeding soy beans to hogs. SPRING TERM There cannot be a food crisis with Expanses for Boys plenty of corn and soy beans. A VOCATIONAL AND ACADEMY patch of soy beans on every Ken FOUNDATION SCHOOLS AND NORMAL COLLEGE tucky farm. $ 5.00 $ 6.00 3 7.00 See County Agent for bulletin and Incidental Fee 5.00 0.00 0.00 more information on the soy bean Room 7.75 7.75 7.J5 Board, 5 weeks 20.15 19.75 ' 300,000 nave not", and" the campaign Amount duo March 27, 1DJS.. 17.75 7.75 7.75 7.75 will continue until every one of the Board 5 weeks, due May . . . . 300,000 have either signed or positively 27.50 '28.50 25.50 Total for Term refused to do so. In some of the coun- Expenses.ior Girls ties the newspapers are printing the I Ineiilcntal Fco ..fo 5.00 $ 7.00 9 0.00 names of those who sign, In those COO 0.00 5.00 if 7.25 counties everybody knows that those Room 7.25 7.25 whose names are not printed are not Hoard, 5 weeks 19.25 2055 Amount due March 27, 19IS.. 17.25 trying to win the war, and are not good 755 755 Board 5 weeks, due May 1.... 7J25 Americans. '27.5)0 Save Food. '21.00 20.50 Tolal for Term Food Administration workers In This does not include the dollar deposit nor money for Dooks or every county are taking the names of those who sign and those who do not laundry. sign. Copies of these names will be Special Expenses in Addition to Incidental Fee Business kept In each county, in Louisville and Winter Fall in Washington. Soon this record will String be complete, and the children of tho Stenography and Typewriting 12X0 110.00 fM.00 future generations of Kentucklans will Bookkeeping (brief course) 12.00 1100 10.00 be able to. tell 100 years from now TmnXcVaonimr rremilnr rniirx 7 on 6.00 5.00 w V. " whether their grandparents were good Business eourse Dfor students i Americans or selfish slackers. ior-girlsv 1 I This la the crown or me whole institution, ana provides standard courses in all advanced subjects. A Temporary Raise in Board is forced by war conditions. To tho regular price of board as advertised in tho catalog will be added this car ,or yu"S laaies, wn cenis a wcck, ana ior young men, iweniy cents. , 11113 ados ana WIW ior Doyt 3.60 10 ino years expenses but still leaves the cost naif that at other schools and cheaper than staying at home. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental fee and room rent by the term, board by the half term. Installments are as follows: Queen Louise llicliter Mona Lisa Leonardo da Vinoi laenne IV Arc Haetien I.epaco Hope Hume .Tone St. Harbara I'alma Vecchio The Hroken Pitcher Orcuze (d) Landscapes Spring Corot Dance of the Nymphs Corot Tho (llcnners Millet Hy the River I.erolle Tito Angelus Millet Iho (Irnnd Canal Vonico Tho-RiaVenico The Hridge of Sighs Venice lto (e Rome Architecture Castle of St. Angelo and St. Peter'; Nolro Dame Paris Cathedral Cologne rropolls Athens St. Marks Venico (f) General The Spinner Millet, Maas Pilgrim Exiles Houghton Woman Churning Millet Dulch Interiors Terburg, Hooch C. Children's Pictures Animal Subjects Piper and Nutcracker Landseer The Sick Monkey Landseer Sheep Millet, Lerollo Horse Honhcur, Fromentin, Rem. inglon Dog Landseer Cows Lambert, Rouner A Helping Hiuid Renouf Little. Samuel Reynolds Angel Heads Hoynolds Feeding Her Hirds Millet Mother and Child Lollrun Frieze .Mother Goose Series Three Little Maids from School Noah's Ark Dutch Children 7. Catalogues of Pictures Perry picture Co. Hoston. Mass. Cosmos Picture Co. 2tH5 Hroadway, Now York George P. Drown A Co. 38 Lovelt SU, Hoverly, Mass. University Print Trinity Place, Hoston, Mass. Copley Prints Metsu, - Pierce Dldj, Hoston Etn- ia other departments: Stenography 10.SO 7.50 9D0 Typewriting, with one hour's use of instrument 5.00 7.00 6X0 Com. Law., Com. Geog, Com. 1.50 Arith., or Peamanship, each .. 2.10 In no caso will special Brsincss Fees exceed $15.00 por term. young man or young woman caa got an education Any al Borea if there 18 tn will, to do so. If it is impossible for any young man or young woman to bo in school the full year, by all means they should enter for a courso during the winter and spring terms. The public schools will closo about Christmas and the teachers and advanced pupils should not ho idle through tho long winter months hut should bo studying in Berea where the best education can bo gotten for least money, able-bodi- Music Corner I ery St. Cecelia Carlo Dolci Piotur6 Study in Elementary School Haphael St. Cecelia Mr. L. I,. Wilson Children Singing Luca dela Robbla Yountf People's Study of Art J. P. Angels Fra Angel ico Whilcomb Angels Melozzo da Forli The Children' Hook of Art Conway rieze or Musicians Hectliovcn, Stories of Great Artists Horno Mozart, etc. Tho Mentor Library Corner Masters in Art Sargent, History of Art- - DoForost, Van Dyke. Frieze of the Prophets Michael Angelo Goodyear Chaucer's Canterbury Pilgrims Genera Books on Art William Hlako Mezo of the Parthenon Kuypt "Uarda," Egyptian Princess Poet's Corner West Minter Abbey by Eher Friczo of Authors Longfellow, Italy Agnes of Sorcnto Slowo Lowell, Kmersnn, etc. The Marble Faun Hawthorne Homo Stratford-on- Shakespeare' llomola Georgo Kliol Avon Last Days of I'ompoii Lylton Holy Trinity Church Slratford-on- The Queen of the Adriatic CIcmont Avon Tho Lily of the Arno Johnson nn Hathaway' Cottage Maker of Floreucc Oliphant Lake Geneva. Turrcjts, Towers and Temples tstle of Chillon Evolution of tho book Alexander SinK'letnn Heading from Homer Tndema, Romantic Castles and Healricp. and Dante Dust Homer, Cicero, Dante, etc. Great Pictures Esther Singleton 3. Girl's Room Famous Paintings Esther Singleton How to Study Pictures Van Dyke Angel Heads Reynold LADY FURNES Books of Reference How to Hnjoy Piotures M. S. 8. - MISS CECIL B. NORTON Applicants must bring or send a testimonial showing that they an 15 years old, in good health and of good character. This ma b signed by some former Berea student in good standing or soaie reliablf teacher or neighbor. The use of tebacco is strictly forbidden. aiove For information or friendly advice write to the Secretary, MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Ky. SHoTce Heavy fat "SoWs JlOlFTu', Ib?ht shippers $17.75ft'l8. Sheep Extra $12012.50. good to choico $1112, common to fair JCO w.nu, tities. Bav Hood. VT". nrsts 40c vuu""r "ras firsts 33c. firsts 32c. During the next four months Amer- ordinary firsts 31c, seconds 30c. Poultry Salo of fowls und pub ica will be shorter of wkeat than anything else, listening of wheat con- lets Is prohibited by authority of Food sumption Is a military necessity. We AuumiiMrator Hoover from February way 1. "rollers, under 2 lbs, 40c; have less than a bushel apiece which " . roasting' " oust be made to last until about July chickens, I lbsand1ove-- 35c; roosters, and over. 35c; 1st. Saving whtt Is war work, and the man or woman who wastes wheat Lve stock I Jn the class with the Russian Cattle - ShlDDers 110 soia r.n- f.n who destroyed ammunition and butcher stews, extra ill good to choico $10.50Ctill, common to enabled the Huns to make their In' fair $7.50(t10; heifers, extra tl.25 vaslon of Russia a holiday affair. Eggs-Pr- ime fair to &wl ,argu The campaign for additional slrna-tvre- s J7W10 ' to the Household Pledge Card Is Hora-Sto- ady. heavy progressing throughout Kentucky. pers I17.KKP17.75. Selected choice packi WU Physical fitness Is ood AUant 20tfr0M women, have slgnedbut ers and butchers 118. to principal consideration in the ex- medium and MlaL tlfi. gtacii iiofflir rmmn to rnlnaUon of recruits. Sav Foed. ii.io, gooo to choico 10.25(0rll.25 - i ..oTlvJr1? commou Soldier's Fighting Equipment The equipment of n French In fantrymnn In Napoleon's duy consist- ed of " bun nnd n knupsaclc. Today tno 'dler carries on array of death-Liv- e dealing weapons as corapleto ns that of the arsenal Itself, according to the Popular Science Monthly. Hand grenudes und gun grenades, wlro shears nnd a rlflo ore carried by tne foot soldler ,n tne nijTnnce. Pick. ar flnd "hovel he must have when be reaches the trenches. Signal lanterns and skyrockets must ulso be carried DT the officers to keep hendqunrters constantly In touch with the progress of the fight. The periscope and the gas alarm are as necessary as guns. Add to all these 0,n?r Implement, of war and you A laughable Incident for all but one person occurred at a circus somo Tho time ago, relates London comic policeman bad Just come off victorious from a bout with tbo clown, und both had retired from the ring for a moment A real policeman, on duty at the circus, took a short cut across the arena to quell a disturbance, and tbo clown, entering with a pair of imps, took blm for the shum man of Lady Furness, one of the noted Miss Cecil B. Norton, head of the law, and be and bis Imps Ml upon the women of the British peerage, Is serv policeman, blinded him with flour, ing as a nurse In the Red Cross be- school community center of the Dissmothered blm In soot, drugged him hind the lines In France. Many, like trict of Columbia, has set for herself across the floor and hustled him out of her, have given up personal comforts the task of seeing that the thousand the ring. When tbo real circus police- and the Joys of social life, to enlist of government clerk who are being recruited In Washington from ail over man, who bad been a delighted speceffort In their country's cause. tator of the inlctatc, sprung Into the thflr are serving In the hospitals the country shall have recreations op- v Many portunities. She ha begun dn knttn-Iring tbo fucos of the clown aud tbo close to the firing line In France. campaign for making the new fmpe wero a study. The audience, who clerks acqualntod with one another and had known the mistake all along, simJust a Suggestion. with th people of Washington mi that ply roared with luugbtcr. Little Mary was culled la to see the government will not toe their the new buby, who was the sixth In service because of dlcowagement the family. All the previous children and lontsomene. Just Pork Chop. Mary Donald often goes to the store with had becu very small babies. his mother, who Is a frugal buyer. One looked at the baby a short time, then S'oino people who prido Usessel-vc- b day he went alone to the butcher's. "I said: "Mumma; don't you think It upon their memories have yet would be better to buvo them u little want free pork chops," ho said, "but n to buy their Liberty Bond. bigger and not so uiuny of them?" bones, or fat, or lean." Tlt-Blt- Unrehearsed Incident Time is Your Frtuar Don't Watte it! April I, 1018. THE CITIZEN round" off and" bend down iho olhor end to slldo over the surfaco ot tho wlro coll. Scrnpo away tho shollac In their path. Fasten a post to one end block D, and connect an end of tho wire coll to It. Tho fixed condenser (Fig. 10) li mado ot nlternato layers of tin foil and writing-paper- . Pago Sovcn. "" Four potatoes. Two cupfuls carrots. Ono tcaspoonful salt pound dried beef. Two cupfuls milk. Two tablespoonfuls fat Two tablespoonfuls flour. Melt the fat, stir In the flour, add tho cold milk, nnd mix well. Cook until It thickens. Cut tho potatoes nnd carrots In dice, mix nil the materials In a baking dish, and bnko for one hour. These dishes supply nil five kinds ot food. Each Is enough for the whole dinner for a family of five. Eat them with bread nnd with fruit or Jam for dessert Then you will have all the five kinds of food your body needs. These flvo kinds are shown on tho next page. The Five Food Groups. 1. Vegetables or fruits. 2. Milk, or cheese, or eggs, or fish, or meat, or beans. 3. Cereal: Corn, rice, oats, rye, or One-fourt- h SUNDAY SCHOOL Lesson 2. Second Quarter, April 14, 1918. SERIES (Conducted by tha National Woman's Union.) Christian Trmperanr HOCH OER WHI8KYI s HArniriD By A. AutMr ef apt FOR BOYS NEELY HALL Uncle Sam's ONE-DIS- "ThelUn'r Oar." "Tit Dr iruiiuin," ion trail lor lunar Dor, ttt. Food Lessons DeOne-Dis- THE INTERNATIONAL Text of the Leaton, Mark 8:27.33 Memory Verie, Mirk 8:38 Golden Text, Mark 8:34 Commentary Prepared by Rev. D. M. Stearns. Tho kalsorV) greatest ally Is whisky I This I sny, becauso whntcver saps tho strength of America, lowers Its efllclency, nnd stents Its wholesomo , food Is manifestly playing Into tho hnnds of America's enemy. The first nlno Torsos of our Women mny economize In the chapter toll of Jostn feeding the four en, can the bonus nnd cnbbage, kitchthousand nnd Is recorded also In Mntt. tho crusts, nnd skimp the butter, savo hat 15:30-38- . Tho multitude cntne bringing tho Inmc, blind, dumb nnd innltnoil one saloon will waste more human energy over the bar In one day than and enst thorn down nt hi foot, nnd they will conserve In n week. ho honied them, nnd tho multitude Why plant your front In powondered when they saw nit those tatoes and raise carrotslawns Instead of honied, nnd thoy glorified tho (lod of geraniums In your window garden; Israel. Mnny of this jjrent multitude why ent corn pone Instend of white enmo long distances, and hnd been bread, nnd fried rice for steak, nnd with him three days with nothing to nil thnt sort of thing, when every cat. He said to hi disciples that ho pound of food you nre saving to make felt sorry for those multitudes, nnd men strong Is doubly duplicated by tho would not send thorn nwny fasting. still, which flows to make men weak? We might think that 'with his recent Every glass of boozo that passes feeding of tho 5,000 tho disciples would over the mnhogany bnr In tho drinking hnvosnld: Well, Master, thou ennst place does ns much damage to tho enslly do It for wo hnvo seven loaves manhood of the nation as a nnd n few fishes, ami the other day shell fired from ono of tho kaiser's thou didst feed more people thnn thoro Krupps. nrc hero with five loaves. Their unFor whisky never did any good and believing reply was: Whcnco should never will do nny good. Every ounce wo hnvo bread enough for this multiof It means lowering life's efllclency. tude? It sounds like the questions of It mnkes the muscle flabby. It obMoses, "Whence should I hnve flesh to scures the bruin. It lets down tho Rive unto all this people?" "Must wo moral force. fetch you wntcr out of this rock?" Every drop of whisky means so (Numb. 11:13; 20:10). It should much less hoifesty, loyal courage, und never bo n question of can I, or can Intelligence. wo, but n believing heart should wiy, The kaiser could make no shrewder 0 Lord, thine hnnd Is never waxed move than to subsidize every grog short. I know that thou canst do shop In America, to keep on at full everything, nnd there Is nothing too blast, ladling nut the stuff thnt takes hard for thee (Numb. 11 :23; Jol.42:2; tho stnmlna out of this grent people. Nobody, no nation, can conquer Jcr. 32:17). Not heeding their unbelief, though It must hnvo grieved him, America, nut America enn rot. Sho he took tho lonves, nnd gave thnnks, can guzzle her beloved poison nnd sink nnd through the disciples filled nil to maudlin weakness, while she prates those hungry people, and seven bos- of "personal liberty," nnd slobbers In kets full of fragments were gathered. congress mid out, over tho vested Then ho sent them nwny nnd rights of poison sellers. OenornI O'Hynn In n recent letter to crossed the boo In a boat with Ills dishis fellow soldiers, used this lanciples, nnd the Pharisees and cnino to him tempting him nnd guage: "Our Job Is to whip the enemy hard asking of him n sign from heaven. This caused him to sigh deeply nnd and with tho least loss to ourselves. In he said, "A wicked nnd udultcrous training our military machines to do , ratgeneration ficekcth nftcr n sign; nnd this wo must eliminate there Khali no sign bo given unto It tles, and useless londs. We must hnvo but the sign of tho prophet Jonah every part healthy, strong, nnd depend(Mntt. 10:4; 12:30. 40). So he left able; no part defective, diseased, or them, nnd entering Into the ship ngaln obsolete. "This cannot bo If we nre to permit departed to tho other sldo (vss. While they were crossing, or booze In nny form In our military Alcohol, whether you call It after they hnd reached the other side, lie warned them against the leaven of beer, wine, whisky, or by uny other tho Pharisees, nnd of tho Sndducees, name, Is n breeder of Inefllclency. nnd of Ilcrod, nnd they thought ho While It affects men differently, tho wns referring to tho fnct thnt they results nrc the same, lu that nil afhad forgotten to bring somo brend fected by It ceoso for tho tlmo to bo with thorn. Can wo wonder thnt he normal. Soino become forgetful, othttnld, "How Is It thnt ye do not under-Ntan- d ers quarrelsome. Somo become noisy, some get sick, some get sleepy; others that I spako not to you concerning bread?" Then they understood have their passions grently stimulated. thnt he was warning them against the When you stop to consider the thoufalse teaching of tho Pharisees and sands In n division, do you not seo how vital to efllclency Is tho elimination Mntt. 10:4-12- ). others (vss. There Is no ploce In Scripture where of liquor? If one ofllcer or man Is permitted to use liquor, then others 1 have, ns yet, found leaven signifying anything good, und we snw In a will claim the right to do so. How recent lesson that he foresaw and can a division of troops bo ever ready ever up on tha bit to drive ahead foretold tho tlmo when the church or to thrust back tho enemy's drive would sadly corrupt her food. through tho presence of this InsidIn verses 22:30 we have tho story If evil some soldiers forget their orof tho blind mnn, referred to In a re- ious or become noisy when silence Is ders, cent lesson, whom ho took by the esscntlul, foil usleep when every fachnnd, led hlro out of the town, nnd ulty should be ulert, or absent from caused him first to nee partially und their posts?" then clonrly, very auggestlvo of his Hurrah for the Saloon I Long live disciples who hnd not yet clear vision personnl liberty Hoch der whisky I becauso of their unbelief. It Is true Dr. Frank Crane, In New York Globe. of us all that we know only In part now, but wo shall know inoro fully (I WHAT PROHIBITION 18 DOING TO Cor. 13:12). WASHINGTON, D. C. As they Journeyed from plnco to In November and December, 1017, ploco Jesus nsked them by the way, under prohibition, thcro wero 1,107 "Whom do men say thnt I nm?" Luko fewer arrests for drunkenness than nays that It was as ho was alono with during November nnd December, 1010. his disciples nnd praying (I.uko 0:8). Arrests In tho, two dry months for Thcro Is no contradiction, for he was assault wero 153 nnd In tho two wet ever praying, by night nnd by day, by months 209, or almost twice ns many. tho wny nnd everywhere; always lu Arrests for cruelty to animals were communion with his Father, nnd al- 101 In tho wet months, 58 In tha dry ways pleasing him. In Ps. 109:4, If months. you omit tho Italics you will see that Arrests for disorderly conduct wero ho Is nil prayer, and wo aro tnught to 043 In tho wet months, 241 In tho dry pray without censing (I Thes. B:17). period. g In NoWhen tho disciples had given various Arrests for nnswers then enma tho personal ques- vember and December, 1010, wero 100, tion, "Whom ny yo that I nm?" (vs. und for tho dry months of November 29). Thero Is no question so Impoand December, 1017, were 60. rtant for ench of us ns "What think yo of Christ?" or "What alml! I do with WHAT THE SALOON MADE. A prosperous saloonkeeper was Jesus Christ?" (Matt. 22:42; 27:22). Unless wo can answer from tho heart boasting to a group of men standing "Thou urt tho Christ, tho Son of tho near his saloon of the amount of Living God (vs. 20; Matt. 10:10), wo money ho had made. "I have, made $1,250 In the last aro not answering correctly. Only tho Father by his Spirit can enable us to three mouths," ho said. "You have mado moro than that," ay this. Now boo what It mny mean to us thus to rccelvo and confess him. quietly remarked n listener. "What Is thnt?" was tho quick reSweet water nnd bitter should not como from tho eamo place but It Is ply. "You havo made my two sons drunkTho contoo often bo (Jns. 3:8-12) ards. You havo mado their mother a cluding verses of our lesson woman. You have set beforo us tho cost of dlsclpleshtp, broken-heartebut tho reward for It all will bo very mado much moro than that, I reckon; great when wo shall como with him In but you'll get tho full account somo his glory (vs. 33). Salvation, eternal day I" life, tho forgiveness of all our sins, theso aro tho freo gift of (lod In SHOULD BE ONE LAW. Christ Jesus becauso of his finished Tho law for tho soldier and tho law for me work, nnd wo have only to recelvo htm and all aro ours. (John 1:12; Aro not tho same, but they ought to bo; 3:10; 4:10; 0:27; 10:28; Horn. 3:21; 0:23; Eph. 2:8, 0). To bo a truo dis- It says to him no whisky or beer, cipline Is costly to tho believer, for It Let's make It the Bame, while war U here. means that becauso ho bus redeemed loved us, wo must gladly us, and bo In a certain town of a western stsU count all things but loss for tho ex- a W. O. T, U. organizer was billed to cellency of tho knowledge of himself, speak, whereupon it brewer of the and glory only In the cross whereby place offered the pastor of one of the the world Is crucified to us und wo to churches a yeur's salary to keep Ui organiser out of the town. the world. (Phil. 8:8; Qui. 0:14). ten-Inc- h Snd-dueeback-lash). e. 14-21 house-breakin). (31-33d (Copyright, by A. Necly Hall.) A WIRELE88 TELEQRAPH RECEIV-IN8ET PART 1. Q Information Service U. Cut two pieces of cardboard of the (Special partment of Agriculture.) 8. stzo ot A (Fig. 12), for tho top and bottom (Fig. 11), thon 21 pieces ol A WHOLE DINNER IN i With ono or two exceptions a boy can easily construct tho Instruments of a "wlroless" receiving set Tho detector, shown In Fig. 1, requires a wood on baso, A, a pair of binding-posts- , I), a ploco of silicon, C, a atrip of brass, D, and a ploco of springy wire, E. Hind tho silicon to tho baso with tho brass strip, D, bending this as In Will Like the Dinner. good for A dish hot nnd savory work or play that Is why tho father and the children wilt like It. Easy to cook and serve thnt Is one reason why you will llko It. Only one dish to cook, few plates to wash, steps Everybody h saved. Good, nourishing food you con feci sure that you are feeding your family right If you give them this dinner. It contains nil their bodies need to help whent them work and grow strong. 4. Sirup or sugar. This dinner helps you do yonr part C. Fat: Such as drippings, oleomarfor your country. You con save wheat garine, oil, butter. and meat to ship abroad. Our soldiers Choose something from each of these and tho allies need them more than we five groups every day. do. Dinners. Try These Each of theso dinners contains sufficient for n family of Ave. Flth Chowder. Babbit, fowl, or any meat mny be used Instead of the fish, or tomatoes Instead of milk. Carrots may be omitted. pounds fish (fresh, Ono and one-hasalt, or canned). Nine potatoes, peeled and cut In small One-Dish lf More One-Dis- h Meats. fl JgOIHIjF (VfciiP' WIRE'' Fig. 4, and punching holes to fit over Bond tho plcco of tho binding-post- . wire E Into the looped form shown In Fig. G, securo ono end to tho binding-post, and cut off the othor end to rest upon tho plcco of silicon. (Fig. 6) requires a Tho tuning-col- l cylinder about 214 inches in dlamotor and 11 inches long (A, Fig. 7). A with Its ends sawed oft will be just right. On this cylinder a single layer of copper wire of about No. 20 gauge, not Insulated, must be wound. It Is necessary to koop each turn ot tho wlro from coming Into contact with the adjacent turns, and this Is done by wl ding a hoary thread between tho turns (Fig. 7). Two coats of shellac will holp hold the colls In n ot the samo alio, for of layers D, and 20 plocos of the size and shape ot C (Fig. 13). Build up tho condenser as shown In l Fig. 11, with tho tabs of the layers projecting over tho ends, and with alternate layers reversed. When the top cardboard has been put in placo, take two pieces of insulated wlro, scrape bare a length of six Inches of each, and run theso bared ends through the top cardboard and l wrap around the ends (Figs. 10 and 11). Then wrap the condenser from end. to end with bicycle tape. In the next article you will learn how to connect up the Instruments, and how to make the aerial. writing-paper Un-fotin-foitin-foi- COMMANDANT RIXX0 place. Tho end blocks (D, Fig. 7) should bo 2 lnchos square, with a notch cut In each ot two cor-- mm pieces. One onion, sliced. Two cups carrots cut In pieces. pound salt pork. Three cups milk. Pepper. Three tablespoonfuls flour. Cut pork In small pieces nnd fry with the chopped onion for five minutes. Put pork, onions, carrots, nnd potatoes In kettle and cover with boiling water. Cook until vegetables nre tender. Mix three tablespoonfuls of flour cupful of the cold milk f with and stir In the liquid In the pot to thicken. Add the rest of the milk and until vegetables are tender. Mix three cupful tablespoonfuls of flour wlth-hal- f of the cold milk and stir In the liquid In the pot to thicken. All tho rest of the fish, which has been removed from the bone nnd cut In small pieces. Cook until the fish Is tender, about ten minutes. Serve hoL You can omit salt pork and use a tablespoon of other fat. Dried Peas With Rice and Tomatoes. cupfuls rice. One and one-haTwo cupfuls dried peas. Six onions. ' One tablespoonful salt One-fourt- h one-hallf One-fourt- There are some more recipes for dishes of this kind In other United States food leaflets. "Instead of Meat" (leaflet No. 8) tells what foods arc good to use when you don't buy meat, nnd how to make h some meatless meals. "Make a Little Meat Go a Long-Way(leaflet No. C) will help you to cut down your meat bills. The savory stews and meat pics show how yoa can giro your family a good h meal by using a little meat In various one-dlsone-dls- combinations. You can make up other recipes for yourself by combining foods from most of the five groups. Pass them on to your neighbor. New Bottle-Cleaning For cleaning the Inside of bottles a French Inventor has made a brush that can be adjusted to any angle from Its handle by a screw running through the latter. Device. DR. H. L RUSSELL h ners. Nail them to tho ends of the cylinder as shown. Tho slider rods (C, Fig 6) should be ot brass, Inch square and 12 Inches long, and should havo a hole drillod at one end to receive binding-posts D (Figs. 6 and 8), and a pair of boles through which to scrow the rods to blocks B. You can got the brass rods and hare them drillod, at almost any machine shop. Make sliders E (Figs. 6 and 9) out ot a piece ol' springy brass. Bend one end Into a slecvB to slip over the slider-rod- , and or canned). Soak peas overnight In two quarts of water. Cook until tender In water In which they soaked. Add rice, onions, tomato and seasonings and cook 20 minutes. Potted Hominy and Beef. Hominy Is excellent to use as part h dinner, If you have a fire of a In your stove so that you can cook It for a long time, or use a fireless cookf quarts of er. Heat one and water to boiling; add one tcaspoonful Commandant Rixxo la In charge of of salt and two cupfuls ot hominy Italy's aerial forces. which has been soaked overnight Cook in a double boiler for four hours or In the fireless cooker overnight This Taking tilings as llioy comu is all makes fire cupfuls. This recipe may ripht but poing after a Liberty Bond be Increased and enough cooked In different ways for several meals. Homis much belter. iny Is excellent combined with dried, vegeTliero's no accounting for tin1 man canned, or fresh fish, or meat and s may be used. Here Is table liesi-tnl- o who will insuro his life yet one combination: to insure liis freedom by buyEivjJ. cuMulacooked hominy. ing n Liberty Bond. Two one-dlsone-halleft-over- tcaspoonful pepper. cupfuls tomato (fresh i Dr. H. L. Russell, dean of the college of agriculture and director of the agri- cultural experiment station at the University of Wisconsin, has Joined the United States food administration to act as the connecting link between that organization and the United States department of agriculture. He with these two bodies will the extension agencies of the various agricultural colleges throughout tha country. Send for Swift & Company's 1918 Year Book It shows that Swift & Company sells the meat from a steer for less money then the live steer cost ! Proceeds from the sale of the hide, fat, and other covered all expense of dressing, refrigeration, freight, selling expense and the profit of $1.29 per steer as shown by Swift & Company's 1917 figures as follows: by-produ- cts Average price paid for live cattle per steer S84.45 Average price received for meat . . 68.97 24.09 Average price received for . 93,0 . Total received y 8.61 This leaves for expenses and profit 1.29 Of which the profit per steer was by-produ- cts i There are many other interesting and instructive facts and figures in the Year Book. We want to send our 1918 Year Book, to anyone, anywhere for the asking. fre Address Swift & Company, Union Stock Yards, Chicago. H Swift & Company, U. S. A. The Surest Preparation is Training School Pngo Eight. THE CITIZEN young man had crossed tho river and was going to Madison lo visit friend, lie was going up a very steep precipice and hy some means Ml and rolled into tho river and up to this morning lias not boon round. Mrs. Houard was visiting her parents near Winchester whon Benshe received Ihe sad news. ton Fielder or Berea visited at th" homo or his rather tho latter part ot last week. Stevio Sparks bought or Fred Witt n tour year old Mrs. .1. W. saddle lwrM Tor 8115. Sparks and Mrs. J. S" Vaughn wershopping in Wntio Inst week. Little Verna Etta Sparks entertained thirteen or her little girl friends Sunday afternoon. extended visit with friends nnd relJomes Lambert atives at Paris. has returned from n business trip to Villn Grove, III. Misses Nancy and Jiilln Grant nre making an extended trip visiting" lliolr sister, Mrs. Jack Campbell in Middlelown, 0. The runners are ,vory busy plowing and They are rarmlng sowing oats. more Ibis year than ever before. That is tho way; try and raise something to help feed our soldiers on, and win the wnr. Susie Beldon is visiting friends at Falmouth. VAST AMOUNT Or FOOD GOES TO ALLIED COUNTRIES FROM UNITED STATES April i, MIH. Government, the olllcers nnd crews Slnllsllos compiled by I In' Food or the German ships intorncd in Administration show thai the graiul American waters Indicted such total of all rood exported to Ihe rourin)Jo pou u,,, machinery or tho l ulled Kingdom. France, sc9 ns they deemed nbsolulely eer-ItaNo corrnpomlf nee publlthrl unlrn rlimcJ In foil liy the writer. The amine and Russia rrom July I, IHI 'n lain lo keep the hlps out or service li not for publlritlon, but m nn evidence of irnod faith. Write plainly. to January I, 1018, would ftirnisli f,,r wo yon,.. iv that lime Ihe coinplelo yearly rations tor 57.100.- - ormnns thought the war would bo the future, unless German rulo preJACKSON COUNTY 033 adult persons, with n surplus or Ver. dominates and conllscate our crops. Bond protein cnpoliio or supplying mis, elllclbncy and American Elmo Flanery. witli the Aviation portion ot the diet for 2ii.llM.570 ad- American invention effected tho necTho weather Honil. April i. ditional men. flonlinuos lino. Everybody is doing Squadron in Franco, writes regu essary repairs In from six to eight Since the beginning of the war, month. and at n col of 927.1,000; tho R. li, larly every week to homo folks. The lliolr utmost on thf farm. LEE COUNTY twenty n,.i.,-.,.loo Un tei Males has average, lo r l m,. iitii, up,, iii 11, iim ui'l. in .... ..t I u Taylor bns purchased n lino stnl- - leles so far have been from iiiii Beattyvllle days in transit. I'i 'supply the nllies with food enoug-- i ni lion from Harvey Mink, of Liv to twenty-on- e ,,,,( nl $.;,(, to.ooo and necessary Bealtyvillo. April 2. The Fiscal each year to support I (1,3 1,552 per- - jmp ingstone-Jo- hn Scales bad n clear his last letter. written Marcli 8, giv2l months, Court convened here today, witli all son and with an excess or both. All of these ship, except ono Hint ing Saturday and got n nice lot of ing a description of an air raid; members present and Judge Green protein and Hits sufficient for,),,, h,,,,n sunk, are now bearing work done. .lorry Nork bought t some parts of the letter were de GARRARD COUNTY The Board or several millions more. Kllburn presiding. w'ork mule at MeKeo Inst Monday pleted so as to be unintelligible, but American commerce on the "seas 0- Lick Paint Supervisor are still in session, but The total exports or wheat ami transporting Atnerlrnu soldiers to 8160. .Tiilin Scales has moved In slated that he was well and happy for Herbert Paint Lick, April 2. his plare bought from George Pen never having had any sickness, ex Schooler, or Camp Shelby, Miss., will finish their work In n tew days. wheal Hour to the principal nllloJ,'i,;ropo. The Navy Department Ilieronyinus, of Monica, was getting but a very small per ur(M ,ml nington. Mary E. Purkey has moved pi'sure, or Hunger. ,l!M, of thom S,)S was at home Inst week visiting his In Sain Saturday. He mine homo cent or the whole, wero equivalent tvv,(Pn u,t. town by Mr. Seals. to tho place vacated time (be ships were actparents and many other friend. about two week ago from Black-foo- t, io about 381,000.000 bushels, or an ny repaired and tho lime OWSLEY COUNTY Abul Turner has moved back to his Mr. Godby. pastor of the M. !" the Idaho, whero he has been average or about 110.000.000 bushels Oormans estimated plitco on Pond Lick. The County Sturgeon they could he Church at Paint Lick, hold Easter teaching ror the last two years. He a year, of this total amount, tlw repaired will bo worth ilO.(X)0.000 Hoard of Education 1ms abolished Sturgeon, March 31. Easter services while the talent of the will leave this week tor Bozoma, United Kingdom got li5.3SS.0ilo bu-ji- ,, tho Oiln district and made a district Sunday was enjoyed by ipiite a vicinity furnished special music. (io ;neriimont at the present at this place, of near 200 pupils. AJ large crowd of peoplo who went Mrs. A. B. Wynn spent several days Monl., where he has accepted n po- shels of wheat nnd 8,512,000 barrels rn(, r nnnage. of wheat Hour; France got 7P.71W.- school house .will he built from various parts of the county lest week in Berea with her niece, sition with the Bozoma Motor Co. Th Vatorland. one or these bushel or wheal and 5.it2,000 si,hM nn.i n,,, !irr.,,f -- i,.,, on Bond Hill. The ngeon Roost In the High Knob, where Bro. Mis Mollio Smith, who is very ill The farmer. over the county are -beginning lo farm now in earnest. barrels or wheat Ibmr; Italy, school house will be moved about Young delivered a very interesting with appendicitis. alloat. is now in tho United State Mr. and Mr. In thi county i bushels of wheat and l.8t5.-00- 0 service renamed the Leviathan. one mile to a site near II. E. Taylors sermon. Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Brew Creed Simpson of Danville are The oil husiuo barrels or wheat tlour. Russia Americans are able to operate (hi J. T. Hrewer has come home to er and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Cook spending the week nt Hynttsvilli-witl- i still booming; new wells anil good Misses ones coming in every day. farm. 0. A. Settle, who has been were the welcome visitors of L. B. (ll n Mftht.r ral(. of ,pPM, hm her parent and brother Her- Ollie and Fanny Conglelon, nt Rocky received only 130.000 bushel or wheal ami 25.000 barrels or wheat U,0 Germans were able to do and d working in Harlan County, is visit- Brewer and family Sunday. LesSchooler, while he is at home. Hill, bert town Monday shopping. ,,0,ir- wero in ing home folks. The Sunday-scho- ol ter Cook returned home from Bethis with 200 ton or coal less n day. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Green were Superintendent J. P. Thomas JinTho total exports of pork pro- - rIl0 Leviathan ha one American at this place had an entertainment rea Thursday where he has been Lancaster visitors Wednesday. 2,000.000,00-- captain were nearly and an egg hunt, by the children in school. Lester Peters is very Mrs. Bell Henderson has returned been busy the last tew days send- ducts ,,iaro of live German yesterday.-M- rs. a yeorly average ot about lnns 0r Sid Hacker's little poorly with rluuunntism nt this home after a plcannl visit witli iter ing out census blanks to the various Vateriand. nnd ono trustees, on which to take the school 5i0.000.000 pounds. Tho total sugar ohild is very sick witli pneumonia. writing. Arch Vaughn is very daughter in Richmond. American chiot engineer instead r Sam Lack- census tuts uionlli. exports were over 2,2t'J.0OO.0OO a chief engineer and live assistA. F. Baldwin, who has been sick poorly with tuberculosis. L. H. ey of Kingston spent the week-en- d pounds, n yearly average of nbout ants that German efficiency reso long, is yet in very pocr health. Brewer and Blaine Wilson have witli Sam Cochran and family in Oiaooo.000. Of corn there wero ex- quired. Hugh been delivering cord wood to the Lancaster. Mrs. Tolby Cornell of YOUNG AMERICA AND THE ported 23,132.000 bushels; oats, has canning factory hero the pat week. Hyattsville has been quite ill. Hugh, April I. Sunday-scho- ol LIBERTY LOAN If wnr was money. Liberty Bonds rye, 3,107,000. been organized ai, this place, with Blaine Wilson, the manager of this Thirty-on- e negro boys from thi President Wilson has mustered would he selling forly-llv- o point Wilson VanWinkle superintenden'. factory, will sign up contracts with county loft Friday tor training above par. into tlie army or workers tor tlie Thero will be preaching services those who are interested in growing camp. Mrs. Will Palmer spent MILITARY MORALS Liberty Loan the Boy Scouts' bore the 3rd, Saturday, and Sunday, tomatoes, and will pay 50 cents per Thursday night witli lier daughter, Third SOLDIERS THREE of America and tlie Girl Scouts. One or Hie uses or the proceeds: conducted by the Revs. Hardin ami bushel for all over two inches in Mrs. Pruilt Thompson, near Lan In of tlie Liberty Loan that will up-- ! Tint wfirl: nf tint lLiv By Mary Herrick Smith Cole. Carlos Azbill. of Clover Bot- diameter. .las. and David Flanery caster. Miss Fannie Dowden spent "Sliffen up, Tommio I There goo mass or tom, was the guest of his cousin. passed through town the past week Saturday and Sunday in Richmond w lwo pPt.v,01ls campaigns was'in peal strongly to the inspiring feature. In llio second American peoplo is the enro and Dad. Show your tooth, grin, don't Ala Bongo, here Saturday night. witli two nice droves of hogs. witli her mother. Mrs. Thompson sub- - attention given to tho moral wel-'crHe's gone loo now. It's Tho Grover Kates and family spent East- Miss Ethel Wilson is at home from wlio i in tlie P. A. C. Infirmary un campaign lliey obtained 533,000 scriptions for over 8100.000.000 worth? tare nnd protection or tho Amcri- -' llmno ror us heron- - they know we'ie er with Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Berea Hospital whore she has been der treatment ot Dr. Dunn. 'Ihe of bonds. 011L Hustle! Lei's run." can soldiers, Miss Gertrude Morris was nursing some patients witli menin- funeral services or Mr. Forgie ('aid- Ho was just a laddie, twelve years, The work of the Boy Srouts nnd Hcrelororo witli tho American so Miss Bertha Wilson has the guest of the Misses Gertrude and gitis. well were held in the Mt. Tabor- the Girl Scouts in this great nation Army and even now with 301110 ot maybe, and held tnst to tho hand Fairy Abrams Saturday night and returned from Berea. church Monday niornjng. Mr. Cald- al effort will be not only of great the armies of our Allies the moral of a smidb-- boy. I .aw them wavSunday. Mr. and Mrs. Anderson Earnestvllle well had been carrier on Route I practical service to tlie country, but welfare of too soiuier wa anil I a ing I heir hands ami shouting some- Sunday-scho- ol Tor many years Croly were visiting li is mother here, Earnestville, April 1. and a church work- of great educational value to tho matter largely Ignored. In the Ger- - thing at a man in klinkl on tfie passEasier. Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Beng progressing nicely at er. He had made friend with all is ing car. but in the din of n troop of this place spent the week end tit Mooro's with Miss Elizabeth Hemp- whom he come in contact with. He boys and girls in preparing them for man nrmies provision is boing made patriotic useful citizenship. Tho for immorality. train pulling out. nobody could hear. Berea. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Bongo, of hill as superintendent. W. M. leaves a wife and six children and tin- - glory of American Interested, I followed the children Kerby Knob, were Happy Hollow' Gabbanl sold his line work mule to the entire community extend to patriotism of tho young people of( It is to America is a guarantee or the fu- arms and American nnllonal char- - and learned their story. 'The Home-- ' visitors Easter. Miss Frances Smith Clayton Holbrook for S250. Mrs. Ihom their deepest sympathy. was the guest of her sister here Ella Moore and daughter visiter her Mr. and Mrs. Bennitt Roope or ture; it means good citizens and actor that of the men who wear Hie was the usual institution that offcri making. They United State uniform a high shelter, discipline, ontineid and from Sunday till Wednesday. Mar- mother, Mrs. Malinda Jackson, Sun- Frankfort were hero Tor a few day good Americans in tlie are tlie citizen of tomorrow and of conduct is expected and tatoes. Mother had died four yours garet Benge, who has been suffering day. A large crowd from around last week. They were accompanied l worked to with a broken arm, is slowly re here went to High Knob Easter to a home by their mother, Mrs. Mike they nre doing much to make the demanded, and provided for. Kip- - aco. allather bnd until tho callkeep together world safe for democracy when that ling's "Singlo mon in barracks" are Honi Sunday-scho- ol covering. here at big meeting and Sunday-scho- ol enMiss Mary Barr, teacher nt morrow comes. Xoe. men. tnougu not to llnd tlioir nrototvnes in the "on for Un army. Hausley Fork, every Sunday eve- tertainment. All report a nice time Nina, spent tho week-en- d witli her The Boy Scouts have not only over age, he thought that ho nui-- t tXmcriran Army. l Everybody and plenty of dinner. ning, 2:30 promptly. Measles parents near Hackley. shown llieir patriotism, they have Gen. Pershing snys there is no go hack lo llio service. como out and let's have a good Con-le- y raging in this vicinity. ? Maybe someone "My laddie demonstrated their efficiency and cleaner-livin- g body of men in tbo school; wc can if we try. Mainotis and Miss Myrtle Smith PULASKI COUNTY their value to the country. Willi, world than Ihe American Army in will give them a better home than Carico wore married Tuesday, March 2S, Walnut Grove could, but I'll trut their blood nnd the the Girl Scouts also enlisted in France. We are having ami he returned to his cajnp near Carico, April 1. B, G Walnut Grovo. April I. you, sir,'' the rather said whon ho present and the Chillicothe, 0., with his bride. May Pennington of Keokce, Vn., has mov- the work they must look to tlioir : lino weather at brought them to the Home. laurels. EMPLOYMENT SERVICE PLANS TO farmers are all about done sowing peace and happiness bo theirs. ed to his farm lie recently purchasAnd to the children a he gatherW. H. Roberts' folks are J X. Taket and son sold their steam ed or William Abbot. oats. SUPPLY FARM WORKERS J. H. Pen- ONLY 8.18 PER CENT OF MEN ed thorn ill Ins arms tor the last some better witli measles. Uncle mill last week to Howe Mays for nington, or Keokce, Vn., ha moved division is time: Bo goixl Mibllors. now nnd A special farm-serviCALLED FAIL TO APPEAR Gilbert Reynolds has gone to live ,9f,00. Joseph Brewer, who has to the Ed. Smith property. Misses cry; remember Datl boing established in most of the 100 ways. Or the 3,082,9!9 persons called Morgan been visiting homo folks for the Kate and Ola DeBord. two accomthis summer witli Lucian olllces of the United Slates Employ- - ,ivts you. but Unole Sam calls ull at Fariston. Some of the boys pat week, returned to Camp Shel- plished young ladies or Level Green, nmder the selective service act, ment Service ns ono ot the plans for his loyal sons and its for my honor Jiround here have been catching by. Miss. Coleman Brandenburg wore the pucsts ot Mr. and Mrs. A. 252.20S, or 8.18 per cent, railed to meeting the labor requirements of and, most ot nil, ror your honor appear ror examination, according the fanners. Special field agents that I must go. Do you understand, Old Uncle James Frn-le- y and wife are the welcome visitors S. Farley Tuesday or last week. some fish. is very poorly. There is more or their rather, S. P. Caudill. Mis Lucinda Burton. Friday to a statement issued by the Provot are boing sent into districts where son?" This number, acute farm-labsickness in these parts than has Conkling Fred Pen- Marshal General. shortage ovists or "Yes. Dad. I'll take care of brother night, or tuberculosis. Quite a lot Conkling. March 30. been for a long time. Mrs. L. F. nington and Elmer Witt were vis- however, included men who had where unusually large numbers will and be a soldier too. Goodbye. I of tho citizens attended Circuit Morgan has gone to Berea ror a itors amongst their many friends of previously enlisted or been com- 1)0 needed. know I will. It's to the colors, Dad- Court at McKeo last week. J. W. week's visit witli relatives. J. this place last week. Richard missioned and had railed to notify A weekly bulletin will be Issued iho. dear." Angle's folks are getting well with Wilson attended court at Bonneville Stephens of this place left las't week tlioir boards, soino who had died, in which opportunities for farm em- Sweet potatoes can't bo Thursday. measles. J. W. Anderson and for Bridgeport, Intl., where he will and many who wero trnnsrerred to pioyment and the needs or certain MANAGEMENT, CIRCULATION, ETC., found in these parts for seed. Peo- daughter, Maude, and Mrs. Fegon-bus- h engage in farming. George Mntlii-a- s other boards but by mislnko had districts will be listed. Posters an- -, REQUIRED BY THE ACT Or or their nnuneing ple are having to order their seed. were in Booneville Tuesday. tho location id Federal and ot this dace has gone to Science been carried on tho books AUGUST 24, 1912. 100,000 estimated at Mrs. Eliza McCollum is visiting her Hill to enter ns a tarm baud in the local boards Slate employment olllces nre belli' Qf Tho Cjtzcn( published weekly. son, Thomas Qu'llcn, at Idamay. MADISON COUNTY John Many ot the remaining 150,000 liung in posi unices, railway sin- -, . employ ot Albert Albright. Koottiekv. for Annl 1. 1018. Dluo Lick J. L. Mainous' house was struck by O. Farley, Henry Carter and Frajieis wero aliens, a number or whon lions, and other public places. Editor, Wm. Q. Frost, Berea, Ky. Misses Mil- lightning Friday night, March 22. Stevens have all returned rrom Be- left the country to enlist in tlioir Blue Lick, April I. All third and fourth class post of Managing Editor. C. II. Wertcn- ler, Sargeant and White of Berea Tint house was damaged consider- rea where they have been attend- own armies. fices, of which there are n5.0tXf. nro Ky llio num- now au Tho statement College gave a very inspiring and ably, but rnrtunately none of the ing school The oil companies are oriuu a. ...... . .r e...,..uy-- ( BusneM ManBgePt G. II. Werton- interesting exposition of the Easter family was hurt. J. W. Anderson prospecting tor oil on the Latham ber or real "slackers" at not more im-.iuiiiifn. win in urn imo hergcr Berea Ky. Sunday-scholesson at Bluo Lick, made a business trip lo Clay Coun- rnrm. The farmers of this section than 50,000, or an average ot less season in certain States temporary publ,,9, , Werlonborger, Be- Edward Cook, a are busy trying to raise all sorts n" than JO tor each local board. Miss Susie Flanery, ty Thursday. March 31st. olllces will bo opened in n number K surgical assistant of Dr. Hogshead traveling salesman, spent Tuesday crops to swat the Kaiser. fur- We are of cities Mr the purpose of lis LIBERTY LOAN PARAGRAPHS at Chattanooga. Tenn., visited home-fol- night with J. W. Anderson and fam glad to note that wheat and winter nishing accurato information as to "vhnl.L nf Peoplo are beginning to gar- oats all look well. ily. hero for tho Easter holiday. a Liberty Bond is not a good whero harvest bauds are needed. ir 'ers holding 1 per cent or more of Quito u number who failed to com- den some ns spring is fast approachsecurity lo invest in, then there are A weekly report ot total amount of stock. If not a cor- Wo rejoico to learn of the ply with the Daylight Saving Bill ing. is being sent to the main no good securities. CLAY COUNTY by not regulatingHheir clocks came passago of the bill for tho benefit to live with yoursell office at Washington by all tho poration, givo names and addresses You'll have Vine of individual owners.) straggling into church Sunday id of tho Normal Department or Berea Cold nigbli u long time and you won't enjoy it branch offices anil hy many State Vine, March 31. Berea Publishing Company. College, ns it will mean much ror tho closing hymn ono hour late. employment offices. very ir you don't buy n Liberty Bond. still continue, but tlie dnys are Wm. G. Frost, Borca, Ky, 30 per Notwithstanding tho high prices of our boys and girls. Hurrah ror Be warm nnd pleasant. Liberty behind n The T. N. Robert cent seeds, a larger acreage of oats and real was called to Manchester on busi- Bond is your own house and loJ Ky, C. II. Worlcnbcrgcr, Borea, grass wero sown than ever before AMERICAN ARMY RIFLE SUPERIMr. and Mrs. Hen- all you own. ness hist week. 40 per cent. in this section. Thus it is not only ESTILL COUNTY OR TO THAT USED BY Better to have Liberty Bonds in ry Pennington are planning to visit H. E. Taylor, Berea, Ky, 30 per the laws of the land, but the laws Iron Mound nnnmAM muuro relatives in Gnrrnrd Qntnty next your houses than tho Kaiser's UfcitnAn mnAnnn edit of Natue render occupation a pleasTho en-ti- week. Iron Mound, April 1. Pine-hil- l, troops. American troops aro armed witli. w'nrun Mrs. Sarah Layo or bondholders, morlagees, ure, a necessity, a habit. If Use community is in sympathy witli Liberty Bonds hind Ui your coun a raster llring and more accurate. n(J othop ,ecurUy nnd her daughter, Mrs. Maltlo hMot hMlug prosperity of tho people in this sec-li- Mr. and Mrs. A. D. llotinrd in tho Pennington or Malcom, spent tho try and all it stnnds tor. . ...., ..... t..uu U.1-.iiiu i.t-icountry! cording to our expert designers ' 1 per cenl or more of tola um0unt is proportionate tn the number death of their son, Taylor, who was week-en- d ir tho Kaiser rules this at tho homo or James mortgages, or other of hands and minds, the ability and drowned in tho Kentucky river near Pennington. and marks inen. ByItlc8. ,jf lhera Mrs. Martlin Rico there'll bo 110 Liberty Bonds and no. nr0 none, 90 8iat0.) zeal employed, idleness and want their homo at Harris Ferry on the visited lior mother, Mrs. Louisa liberty. a statement by tho Bureau ot Ord (Berea College holds certain prom-iso- ry need never infest this community in night of tho 30th of Marcli. Tho Tineher or Grayhawk, this week, Lock llio barn before tho liorso is nance. One military critic and writnotes against tho corporation.) er clnims tho German Mauser does O. W. Browning had a working stolen by BUYING BONDS NOW. bought a Lib- not permit the most skilled user to Average number of copies of each If you yet haven't Wednesday nnd got n nice day's issuo of this publication sold or disMiss Nannio Bowman erty Bond, now's tho time. If you'vo got more than 50 per cent ot tho work done. or otherUSE already bought ono, buy nnothcr, llring speed of tho modified Eulleld tributed, through tho mailsduring is planning lo spend tho summer tho your adopted for llio United Slates serv- wise, to paid subscribers with her sister, Mrs. Roda Burns or A Liberty Bond will Keep six months preceding tho dite heart warm. ice. London. (This Information shown above. Thero aro no regrets in a Liberty The superiority claimed for Iho Is required from dally newspapers Bond. American weapon is supported on C. H. Wertenbergcr, only.) three counts: Quicker firing as u ROCKCASTLE COUNTY ITS Managing Editor. design, easier le Conway It wouhl.be interesting lo have result of dodging shrapnel and quicker sighting ns a result of Sworn to and subscribed before ma BRIGHTER, WHITER AND LIGHTER; j Next Saturday tho boys who aro Conway. April 2. this 30 day of March, lt18. and Sunday are regular church in llio trendies givo their unvar- sight design, greater nccuraoy or Ellen ). Raymond, Notary Public, Hopo a lnrgo nished opinion of tho man at homo bullet (light resulting rrom bullet Any Other Brand Titan days at I'airvlow. Mrs. Lucy Bel- who's haggling over a matter or design and greater mechanical ac- (My commission expires May 21, crowd will bo out. 1021.) curacy ot chamber and bore. don and son, Louey, aro making an ly East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else SOME MORE AMERICAN EFFICIENCY Acting on orders from IhoGcrmn.i nl 1 ,, ,,. two-roo- m ir, iti-0- 00 00 s,, ,., s, I 0; y- Van-Wink- le. a1-- r rr art-stil- 1 ce n't or j i ol ks ,,,,,'. ro on POTTS' GOLD DUST FLOUR bolt-hand-