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The Citizen to tlcie Interests of the HKHKA. Knowledgo Is Power and th. way to keep up with modern Knowlcgo is to read a good 3Tou.nte,ijn. People per Year. Newspaper. No. 41. Vol. XIX. MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, APML 11, 1018. Ono Dollar God's Rod q This cruel war God has permitted. The Germans mean only evil, but God is bringing some pood out of it. It has hastened Prohibition. To make themselves fit for war the Allies have shut of! the liquor traffic. It lias forced the union of nations. They ought to have appointed one commander for the Allies the very first day. After these years they are forced to do this right and sensible thing. It has compelled the super taxing of the super rich. Without the war this just and fair measure might have been delayed for years. And other reforms in nations and in individuals are possible. Let us all do right and make ourselves right and not wait for further affliction to compel us. IN OUR OWN STATE U. S. WIL OSE SWEDISH SHIPS AMERICA TO GIVE HUNS WORLD NEWS Five thousand more men will reach Camp Zachary Taylor this month, according to a telegram from Exports of Fertilize Is Authorized in Return for Cargo The third Liberty Loan drive is helng extended into every section of Space. Imlinvpil l.nlrhpp llinl fiillnlvv II la Letcher will lead other mountain counties, as in tho llrst and second campaigns. There is much interest. 100,000 TONNAGE INVOLVED The Bolsheviki nre planning to raise an army of a million nnd a half of men. This will be entirely OF THEIR LIVES different from the army Hint figured in tho war at first and will bo revolutionary in its makeup. It has beoa found necessary, however, to use' Lloyd George Says U. S. Troops many of tho olllcers that belonged Ui the former army, ns olllcers canWill Furnish Something of not he made to order in a short time. Interest to Kaiser. According U Secretary Baker, who has recently been in Italy, the AMIENS GERMAN DEATH BAIT beautiful city of Venice has suffered considerable damage even tlioiigh It has not been taken. Several noted British Fight Forw?rd While the Drive churches have been partly destroyon the French Halts Petaln't ed nnd other objects of interest to Men Oeat Enemy Back Until travelers. Nearly of tho He Falls to Come Back. people ha.vc gone nnd tho city has an abandoned appearance. London, April 8. Premier Lloyd George, telegraphing to the lord mayor Tho big gun which lias been able of London on the occasion of a luncheon given to celebrate the United to shoot shells into Paris, a distance States' entry Into the war. mid: "Dur- of seventy-si- x miles, is the invening the next few weeks America will tion of Prof. Fritz lla.sbenberger, the give tho Prussian mllltnry Junta the manager of the Krupp works and a surprise of their lives." specialist in the science of artillery. Hum Launch New Attack. He forecasts tho creation of guns London, April S. The German at that will mako i possible to shoot daybreak attacked the town of Corbie, ncr ss the channel from the contiIn the valley of the Soniiue, Renter's correspondent nt llrltlsh headquarters nent of F.uropo to England. In reports. The enemy advanced dense wnves. The outcome wns not The Germans have several diviknown nt the time the dispatch wns sions of Alsatians in their army. snvs filed. The main German thrust, It lias been noticed that they havo the correspondent, appears to be west of the Voire wood, toward the princi- been removed from tho front lino, however, nnd 'it is attributed to pal Amiens road. distrust on the part of the Germans Improve Positions. of their complete loyalty. . This The British Improved their positions enst of Fonquevlllers (11 miles south would be rather a plain indication of Aims) north of the Somme, In their a- - to the sentiment of the population of Alsace, if not to Lorrano. successful nttnek yesterday morning. The weather has Improved and the Slich incidents are not conclusive barometer Is rising, although the nvln-tor- s but are suggestive. continued to be handicapped by two-thirds SURPRISE Failure of Woman Suffrage Every man when he votes, votes for his household and represents his mother, his sister and his wife and his daughter. When a woman marries she elects that man to be her representative in matters of government. This division of duties is best for both men and women. The attempt to abolish the distinction between men and women would break up the household and destroy what is distinctive in both men and women. And it bri ngs no benefits. When women are placed in man's position they act like men. This is shown in Nevada where women have voted longest, and where laws and politics are as bad as anywhere, and in the recent votes in Chicago and New York where the women vote just as the men upholding Tammany and all bad government. The trustees of SL Joseph's Catholic church at Owensboro announc Goods Granted Scandinavian Country Not to Fall Into Hands of the ed thai no more sermons would bo! Enemy Cereals, Fats and preached in German. Formerly one Other Foodstuffs. sermon daily was preached in Ger man. Washington, April 8. The war trade known, bus The April term of the Letcher b"nn'' ' eden's fulfillment of the busy Court convened for a three weeks' session, during which -. time thero will bo a number of mur- t (m f VXiMrl t0 Swpt(.n der cases tried out. The grand jury o( phosphate r,K.k rKently needed by is getting down to investigations or Swedish fanners for fertilizing whisky pose. The first steamship Is expect-tralll- c and bootlegging in Leteber rd to sail shortly. conditions 'r'ip board nice has given favorable t County. '''' nntlel-Circu- it IZiXZ ,, consideration to a Swedish suggestion rj ,. Following llltii funeral exercises "'nt siu',,,,Is,,i ships should lie bunker- to sail ul Camp Zachary Taylor, the body 'iTo! saPpeter, to Chile for . 1. .if.. si.t tit r UUlliriU. WIIU UIL'UI lit, n.. i..il.! IK Ul. W. It J1,,.,mwi ...-I.the base hospital there early Mon- - tllnt ,,rllllw.,j mrvv from this side g day morning, was taken to West ,.,n not , released mull the charters Point Military Academy for burial, are signed for the entire 100,000 tons of shipping which Swodo.i for Its part "Potato week" in Kentucky began Is to furnish. Part- - of ihe charters remain to be signed, but such Sunday. During the week patriotic NATION-WIDE CAMPAIGN TO babies may be saved. Thus while will urge their customers in lsfncor- progress has been made In ,m KL SAFEGUARD BABIES' LIVE3 abroad war and death are reaping ,buv potatoes; and patriotic Ken- - 1,ur,""K, "V r, voluntarily to release .isl harvests on a huge scale at luckians aro expected to respond, ,)C p,)(,epltnt to moot 1P ,nllmnt0 Inauguration of Children's Year, home the railed Stales is pledged eating potatoes at every meal thru- , of Swedish nKrlculture. to the conservation and protection April 6th lout tho week. i the ease of Swedish nitrate shins f human life. 'it Is understood the United States The llrst feature of tho coming Tho welfare of three hundred Fuel Administrator Garfield has would have the option of taking over thousand battles is the inspiration campaign will be a national weigh- issued a now schedule of prices for the cargoes at cost plus freight, should for a nation-wid- o campaign organ- ing and ineasuring contest. Every coal at tho mines. According to the negotiations, contrary to expectations, child under the age of live in tho estimations of u local coal operator fall and the agreement not signed by a ised liy the Federal Children's and the Child Welfare Commit- United Stales will bo weighed and in the Harlan Held, tho new prices, "pociueo oaie. rooasiuiis rromiscu, tee of the Council of National Defence. measured; records of tho results will mean a reduction of 05 cents a ton The terms of n general agreement Believing that tho civilian popula- be reported In order to determine, for East Kentucky coal. for the duration of the war, now un tion has no greater patriotic dulv what endeavors must be made in der negotiation with Sweden, are reevery locality to conserve tho child A total of 311,031 of Thrift Stamps garded here as decidedly fair and lib- than tho safeguarding of tho nation's children, tho directors of the cam- life there. Examinations for tho and Baby Bonds have been sold and 0nd to Sweden They provide for paign will inaugurate a Children's draft have resulted in numerous re 037 war savings societies organized adequate supplies of cereals, fats and Year on April Cth, tho llrst anniver- jections for physical defects which in the Louisville public schools in other foodstuffs, coffee, tea nnd spires, sary of tho United Stales' entranco might havo been remedied in in the last three weeks. The Girls' cotton nnd wool, leather, and tanning fancy or early childhood. The High School heads tho list with u materials, fertilizers, hinder twine for into tho war. other Carefully prepared statistics prove weighing and measuring contest will lotal of S2.fl'i8 of bonds and stamps the harvest, nnd obliged necessities to Import, which Sweden Is that three hundred thousand Amer- indicate what tho children of the purchased. nnd for the hunkers necessary to move country need if tho men of the ris ican children under live years of the ship with these supplies. age die each year and thai last year Ing generation aro to be free from Henderson held a monster demonSupplies of 200,000 tons of wheat. physical defects which the draft has stration Sunday to welcomo tho SO.OOO tons of wheat Hour, .10.000 tons y. fifteen thousand mothers died Tho purposo of the ap- revealed. Liberty Loan speakers touring the of oats nnd 10,000 tons of maize from Kentucky is challenged to heroi Slate in the interest of the third the Argentine nnd Australia would he proaching campaign is to counteract such ruthless sacrifice and to give elTort in this crusade against the Liberlv Loan Campaign, which open assured to Sweden under the proevery mother and baby a fair chanre death and suffering of the nation's od Saturday. Tho speakers were at posed agreement. A large quantity Sweat life and health. Authorities agree children. Every community in the Owensboro .Monday on the last leg of coffee will he released to meet den under the modus vlvendl to Slate will participate in the cam- of the tour. one-ha- lf of the deaths of inthat the present famine In Sweden. fants and most of the deaths of paign by helping to save its own The same Is true of the 2.1.000 tons mothers aro easily proventalile. This) babies. Upon tho work of every of tho of phosphate rock for which the board The special publicity train community, the of its Kentucky Liberty Loan Committee, authorized export licenses. yoar, notwithstanding the with-- i This drawal of many doctors and nurses nurses, mothers, physicians, its with sixteen speakers and tho 15th forms part of a proposed total supply individuals and organizations. Infantry Military Band aboard, re for the year of SO.OOO tons. Three for war service, it is believed that and (Coollnnsd on Tq Zlgbt) n large proportion of mothers andi turned to Louisville Monday night, hundred thousand tons of oil cuke fury tour, of Central nnd other cuttle fodder would also be after a agreement, subject Western Kentucky. Tho trip was nished under the of Talk About Boosting Liberty Loan pronounced nn unqualified success, to n 'prohibition nnd cattle, meat and a limitation of dairy exports, horse exports to the centrnl powers. Very few people realize how course, establish him more llrmly Twenty-eigofllcers of tho Lin Not' to Be Given Enemy. greatly the homo paper helps our than over in the esteem of his com Camp Zachary Tay Shipments of 15,000 tons of fuel oil munity. Consequently when the "ad coin Division al national enterprises. Hero wo are lor havo been ordered to report at nnd 15.500 tons of Illuminating oil, in the midst of a great National is read and tho contributor of tho various designated universities and to go forward Immediately upon comDrive for Bond selling. Anything spaco is noted tho readers certainly schools, where thoy will servo as pletion of the tonnage part of the that helps the sale of Liberty Bonds will foci that tho contributor is ti military instructors. A realistic gn agreement ntso Is provided. Shipment h good patriotism. All over tho patriotic individual and worthy of attack was staged at the camp, in of lubricating oil nNo will be Included, being that none country advertising space Is being their support. large number of soldiers a necessary condition for enemy purLet's quit talking about doing which a bought by business men, farmers, of this shall be used took part. poses, such iir sin plying enemy vesbankers, lodges, clubs, etc., in which things patriotic and get down to sels visiting SweilMi ports. adCITIZEN has never business. TIIH prepared Third Liberty Bond interesting mani One of The United States Is not specifically vertising is inserted over the name gone begging and it does not expect festations the most of efficiency at Camp Interested In the Swedish coal supply tho purchaser of the space. It to so long as it does the right thing. Zachary Taylor has been in itho question ns the monthly shipments of "of Wo havo only ono commodity for good business too, becauso in In the oiileiiinlnteil handling and instruction nt tho last rV.nrwVl tuns dition to fullllling his patriotic sale and that is our space. Of this draft quota in which several thous- agreement would he made from Great duty, tho contributor of newspaper commodity which represents dol Kentucky and Illi Ilrltnln. men constituents, space has tho satisfaction of seeing lars and cents wo havo contributed and, beganfrom Of textiles their army lifo in the Sweden would and their10,000 tons of nois receive bis name printed in connection with to tho cause of Liberty Bonds alono l&'Jth Depot Brigade. The Kentucky the advertisement, and this will, of several hundred dollars besides all Legislators and Indiana State ex cotton, nt least .1,000 tons of wool and 1,200 tons of wixd manufactures. Adetho other henellls of our govern during their recent visits quate allowances of hemp, Jute, and inent that havo been boosted thru ecutives CONTENTS impressed by tho apnecessary libers are also under our columns of which we havo Ink wfre greatly training of these new other 'onslderatlon. pearance and PAGE 1. Editorials: God's Hod; en no account. Let's get down n men, and many questions were little closer to the point. Wo will asked about the methods used. Failure of Woman Suffrage. 250,000 RUSS SEEK SAFETY Nationwide Campaign to Safe- take you through our Hies and show guard Babies' Lives. Our Own you that in no instance, save- - one, Many Refugees Seued by Hunt, Con. The 1.10,000 men in tho second State News; U. S. News; World which is our Berea National Bank, centrate on the Three Provinhas a Berea linn of any stylo spent draft cidl will start moving to train Nows. cial Frontiers. perDepartmental Columns. a "red" for such a patriotic work. ing camps during the flve-da- y PAGE 3. London, April 8. More Hum 2S0,IX)0 Belgians Herded in Cat- These aro only plain facts and it la iod, beginning April 2(5, under or PAGE 3. Liberty Loan Ad- our patriotic duty to speak of them ders sent to State Governors by Pro- refugees from the regions taken from tle pens. Wo huvo n set vost Marshal Gen. Crowdor. Of this ltiisslii by Germany are seeking safety in this connection. vertisement. price on our spaco just tho samo as number approximately 3,390 will bo from the Germun troops on the eastPAGE 4. Locals. the merchant has on his goods. Wo contributed by Kentucky, Tho call ern frontier of the Ukraine. PAGE 8. Local Nows Articles. The Russian government, according sell it by the Inch ujid will sell only is expected to 1111, to some extent, Ikrea College Honor Hull. Army to a wireless statement, tins notified PAGE 6. Mountain Agriculture: a limited quantity each issuo. For tho vacancies in tho National the German government that since the -j tho remaining weeks of tho cam- divisions resulting from tho with conclusion of peace the situation has Cooper advises more men la complete National become Intolerable, and' the refugees Isbublo crops; Farmers' Meeting,, paign tho uboved named classes of drawal of Boys' Agricultural Club; Tho people should pool $18.00 each wcok Guard and llegulur Army units and have concentrated on tho frontiers of New Load Limit Law; Cincin- iumI run u full jingo of Third Liberty for the formation of special lechnl- - the provinces of Smolensk, Vitebsk The plates aro til units asked by General Pershing, nnd Mohlluv. Homo Depart-- 1 Bond advertising. nati Markets. The Husslun government says It proinent: How May Wo Safely Uso furnished free by tho Government. poses to open tho frontiers for these Tho $18.00 only pays for tho pago the Flour Substitutes. Tho United Mine Workers of Mld- - refugees until their definite fate Is Slinday-schoLesson; spaco each issuo. Who and where illesboro held a big celebration Mon PAGE 7 settled. behind Sermon; Resisting tho Dovil. . is tho patriot that will gel day In honor of tho first anniversary move and help sell Third Boy Scouts. Undo Sam's Food such a tho inauguration of tho oiglif- guns weigh nearly 05 Our Sherm's Dots, Lessons. , Liberty Bonds and at tho sumo tlmn hour work day in tho mines of that costKentucky Nows. express appreciation of your homo section. About two thousand minors tons and are over 58 feet long, PAGE 8. East ing 1116,000. paper, THE CITIZEN? Letters from Six Counties. (Costlan4 oa rs j Bu-re- au need-losslhu-ma- no six-da- the Third ht i non-per- ol ch tt Tho former emperor of flussia and his family nro to bo removed from Tobolsk in Siberia whero they havo been for some time, to tho Ural mountains at a placo not ycl revealed. It is suggested that this is serving the operations at the front. Two senators and two deputies will due to n fear on the part of tho Bolsheviki that thero may bo an effort go to the front on Monday. to restore, tho Homannff to power. American Battles Seven Planes. Charles Kerwood of Ilryn Mnwr, Pa., Several of tho family havo been in nnd Houston Woodward of Philadel- poor health for some timo past. phia, both members of the Lnfayetto escadrllle, have been missing since The Germans havo been spending April 1. their energy during tho week in an Kerwood, while patrolling la the Somme region, encountered seven Ger- attempt (o win Amiens. By a capman airplanes. He was flying a bomb-lu- g ture of this point they hopo to cut machine, which obliged him to the communications of Franco with keep nt a lower altitude than his com- England and thus prevent men and rades In the patrol, but unhesitating- supplies from coming into France. ly engaged one of tho Germans, Al- Kvery attack has thus far been remost at once a quartette of Germans pulsed. The capture of this placo were attacking him. Surrounded he would not bo fatal to tho causo of defended himself bravely with his clumsy bombing plane against tho tho allies but tho French intend to make a stand to hold it. lighter battle planes. Mnmlersou Lebr of Albion. Neb., belonging to tho same patrol nnd flyA report is current that tho Goring higher, saw Kerwood battling with man Emperor has left tho western the Germans, but shortly lost sight of front and gono to Rumania on tho Kerwood's machine, which ell behind east. When tho drivo started it was the German lines, nnd It Is not known understood that ho was in chief whether tho fall was fatal to Kerwood command and his shift of position or If he was taken prisoner. It "Woodward left on a scouting expe- gives riso to various surmises. dition on April 1 and has not return- is hinted by some that ho socs de- ed, and there Is nothing to Indicate feat in sight and seeks to cscapo tho Others regard it as whether ho fell Into German hands aa responsibility. prisoner or met another fate. tho result of a clash of opinion between tho Emperor and his generals Tho annual nay of tho army now over tho plan of attack. exceeds 1500,000,000. very poor visibility. British Gain Ground. The Uritlsh position south of the Somme wns Improved to some extent by n connter-nttacdelivered In the neighborhood of Ilnncnrd Into yester-daaccording to today's war olllce announcement. Along the whole front below Ayette, Jn the sector north of the Somme, the struggle continued with violence until Although the late yesterday Germans made Incessant nttneks they met with no further success than their efforts In the morning. Germans Cease Attack on French. Paris. April 8. The German attack along the French sector of the battle front has eeaKed. Today' nlllclal statement av there vwi violent artillery fighting last nluhf north and south of the Avro. but that no Infantry actions occurred. Clemencenu Expresses Confidence. Paris. April 8. Premier Clemen- ceau told the committee on forelun and mlUtary nlTalrs of (he chamber of deputies at n Joint session that they could have coiitldence regarding the outcome of the great buttle now In progress. "We have an admirable nrm.v." he said In summlm: up the situation after giving details to the committees. "Our officers and men nre equally brave. They are endowed with the best qualities of our race. They possess material menus of creat power. All this permits us to have confidence." The premier's summary of the situation made an excellent Impression upon the deputies. After the meeting nn Important member of the military committee said: "The premier has will power, audacity and energy. lie has faith In his convictions and Is able to bring others to thoe convictions. After listening to him It Is Impossible not to have confidence." The premier told the deputies that they would have every facility for obk y, There has been considerable effort on the part of tho German 'Chancelor, Von Hertling and the Austrian Foreign Minister, Czernin, to begin a discussion of peace. Any utterance from those sources is naturally viewed witli distrust after the past experiences. Not a word of encouragement has been given to either. Tho Allies havo become steeled to tho necessity of a settlement by force. It is interesting to know that immigration to the United States has nearly stopped. In fact thero havo been more aliens returning to Europe at the call of their countries than have been coming to our shores. It is, moreover, likely to bo some time before the stream of immigration becomes as largo as before the war. Mexico and Canada, nro receiving immigrants at tho present time more than other sections. Admiral Kato of the Japanese navy has landed forces at Vladivostok during tho week. Thero is nothing to indicate that tho consuls of other nations either consented or opposed. Ho took occasion however to issuo a proclamation explaining his act and justifying it on tho ground of protection to the Japanese residents and property. At least ono Japanese bad been killed before tho landing. l'.lgO TWO. THK CITIZEN April II. I0t. KENTUCKY WILLS Academy Column SPRING HONOR FLAG WIL L Vocational Column Miss Foundation Column YOURE WRITING YOUR ODITUARY , mrs. Herbert shipman The breezes Mow wnrin, TO WIN THE WAR The once thill clouds nro bright, The songsters of tho nir, to their lenders swarm Awaiting thoir northern Right. DISPLAY RIGHT THE PEOPLE SPIRIT TO HELP DOY3 The chlcada's chirp begins tho day. AT FRONT. With the quark of tho bullfrog it ends; Fiagranco (Ills tho sun's rays And life's glad springtime begins. ARE WILLING TO SAVE WHEAT AMBITION Food Dean Clark, Miss Manchester and Starns of tho Vocational faculty are attending tho Mountain Workers' Conference at Kno.xville, Tonu., this week. Every Community in the United Hugh Moliley, whoathas undergone tho Robinson a serious operation States Is Requested to Fly Hospital, is doing lino and is in lino spirits. Banner in Third Drive WO ES tt Happened in Richmond Tho train stopped and the funeral cortege tlrew up to tho baggage car. A colored brother had died sud lenly In Cincinnati ajid his remains were bolng returned lo his homo in Rich', casket was being trans ferred to tho waiting hcarso the of Relating minister approached th wife of the deceased and inquired, "Sistab. where am do 'blluao inonil. As tho THE PROCESS OF THOUGHT NOMcN HIKE SILK ONES Ry Alva Rice KIM ; Administrator Delighted With A desire for a higher life; Splendid Enthusiasm of Blue Gran Let tis light till tho battle's won. State To Give Up Men, Money and And forget the mob's wild strife. Food For Liberty's Cause. Louisville, Ky. Tis ambition that leads tis on, AS GIFTS TO THE CITIES have bread. Wheat is tho only product which can be sent to Europe, now. Corn would germlnato during the long Journey. American and Allied soldiers must have wheat bread or quit fighting; hence tho Food Administration bas asked tho people of Kentucky to limit themselves to six pounds of wheat flour per month. Continue Wheatless Days. Federal Food Administrator F. M. Sackett advlsos the conttnuanco ol wheatless days. "Continued observance of wheatless days and meals will aid In keeping consumption down," Mr. Sackett said. "People aro offered the altornatlvo of saving wheat by doing without cntlroly on certain days and meals, or by using less at all times, but I would recommend both. Saving wheat is a military necessity and individual consumption must be held to six pounds a month If wo are to win tho war." "Potato Week" has been highly successful. Merchants everywhere pushed tho sale of potatoes and H is believed potatoes wero found on the dinlng table at every meal In a majority of homes. Mr. John W. Hums, of the Food Administration olUce. In Louisvllle, who has had years of experience In tho milling business, estimates that tho people of Kentucky have saved 10,000 barrels of flour by eating potatoes during "Potato Week." No Seizure Needed Here. from Tho announcement comes Washington that the appoal to farmers of tho whole United States to be patriotic and bring all their wheat to market has mot with an unsatisfactory response In some sections of the country that has been rather distressing. If tho Washington announcement had boon put In plainer words, It would roa.'.: "Some American farmers aro not patriotic. They think more of getting a little extra monoy foi their whoat than tboy do of tho American and associate soldiers who Deed bread so badly." Dut Washington bas sent out another announcement. It la that unlesi bread-makin- Telling blows against tho Germans iro being struck by tho Food Army of Kentucky tho army which Includes all tho (armors of tho country, nil tho city people who are raising war gardens, and all tho pcoplo In both city and country who sit down to three square meals a day. All parts of tho ctato are represented In the army raised by tho Food Administration and which, under tho banner reading "Food Will Win the War" Is conducting the big Spring Offensive against waste at homo and hunger and want In tho ranks of the Allied soldiers and their dependents. Federal Food Administrator F. M. Sackett 1a pleased at the work being done. Kentucky is a bard statu to reach, but it can be reached, and It has been reached. Air. Hoover's admonition, "Food Will Win the War," Is being heeded, and President Wilson's injunction to "enlist In the service of tho Food Administration" is being followed unreservedly. Every county In tho state has a Food Any mill, any merAdministrator. chant, any farmer, any consumer troubled by a vexing technical regulation can get bis troubles removed, or settled, by going to the nearest county seat. And the administrators without exception report u willingness to cooperate- which Is met with everywhere. "If wheat is needed, 'wheat will bo raised In my county, even though a financial loss Is entailed," Is the way one administrator put It in conversation recently. "Thon if It Is necessary the people who raise It will sell It all, so our soldiers and their associates In f.rms can get it, and themselves eat cornbrcad all the year." Something of that same spirit has been manifested both by producers and consumers everywhere in Kentucky. Mr. Sackett was not at all surprised at tho composure wlMi which tho latest whoat-savinregulation was promulgated, for this very reason. The latest regulation says no person must eat more than six pounds of. wheat a f month, which Is one and pounds a week. "And that means six pounds of all kinds of wheat products, too," one administrator explained. "It doesn't mean six pounds of bread, and then a lot of maccaronl and cakes and crackers, too. It means six pounds of wheat products per person per month." Soldiers and thoir families must g one-hal- Honor Rolls Will Be Displayed at Stato Capitals and Grand Tis ambition that keeps us at bean Roll at Washington With nil that is worthy and great. Until at last wo can do our part The Liberty Loan Honor Flag Is to For our village, our city, our slate Then you ambitious youth Set your mark high; Make as your motto Truth" And av Til win or die." W. I). MeCollon be one of tho big features of the Third Liberty Loan drive. It is tho creation of James II. Durton of New York City and has the hearty endorsement of Secretary of the Treasury McAdoo who bas expressed the hopo that every town In the United States will be flying one of the flags beforo the campaign for the third drive Is very far along. Tho Hag which will be awarded by the Treasury department to each community .as Its quota is attained Is a flag 36x54 inches, a white field surrounded by a red border and with three blue strlpns running perpendicularly through the middle. In many of the cities patriotic women ore going a step further than the Treasury Department and are working on the manufacture of a silk Honor Flag to be ready for flying when thoy have earned the right to display it. In Cleveland the girls of the Junior League are sewing on a huge Hag, following the comparative dimensions of the official flag which . I i , j ' reached it quota. Women's Clubs Make Them. In Eome of the other cities and towns of the Fourth Federal Reserve TRUE PATRIOTISM district church societies and women's In this time of stress and national clubs are planning to mako a flag crisis we hear a great deal on patri- larger than the official one. Hut great otism, and we thrill when .wo bear care Is being Liken by these volunthe b'tar Spangled Hanner or see Old teer flag makers not to get away from Glory lloating ils folds in tho gentle the proportionate measurements of breeze. It is right that wc should the ofllcial flag. flag each comThe do this, but friends, let us examine munity raising of the gala in event and should be a ourselves and seo if our patriotism preparations are being generally made stops with thoso outbursts. Enthufor patriotic addresses, entertainsiasm is a great thing, giving an im- ments, parades and other forma of petus to a great movement; but it is fostlvltles at the time when tho bancalm and deliberate action that ners shall be officially flown. Flag carries out that movement. Wo havej Tho raising of n sample HonorWashbuilding in beard that a barking dog seldom! over the Treasurywas a picturesque ington recently biles, and so it is with people. Tho sight. For the first time in the hisslackers aro the ones who rant tory of the Treasury Department so about tho war; true patriots are every one of ltH employes stopped loo busy fighting Germany to givj work for fifteen minutes to attend a vent to their passions. The ones public event Five thousand persons broke Into who are winning the war aro those wild cheering In the thronged streets who bavo decided in a cool, thoughtbuilding as Lewis B. ful manner that Gorman autocracy in front of the Franklin, director of the War Loan must bo swept from the face of the organization, pulled the flag to the earth. top of thp pole from which It Hies. Mrs. McAdoo Made First. The making of the first flag in RICHARD J. DAVIS was superintended by Washington Sirs. William O. McAdoo, wife of the Secretary of the Treasury. When the campaign gets under way there will be an honor flag in each state, at tho capital, and a national honor flag In Washington. With the state flag thcro will be dUplayed a state honor roll on which will bo inscribed the name of every community In the state as fast as tho communities subscribe their quota nnd win the right to fly their flag. the names of the In states will go on the National Honor Roll as fast as the states attain thoir quotas The Idea of the Honor Flag and Honor Roll system is to inspire that friendly rivalry between communities and units of population which will result in a maximum number of subscriptions to the loan and add the keen edge of competition to the selling bee. Window Cards Are Important. Window cards bonrlng n replica of tho honor flag and a blank for the name of the p.irchaer will bo given to each subscriber for display In the window of his home. The window cards measure 7x9 inches. They servo not only as h testimonial to the Richard J. Davis is the first Chris, loyalty of the householder who has tlan Science naval chaplain and the one In his window but thoy nro of only one who has been appointed thus great valuo front an advertising standfar. This Is the first photograph show, point If John Jones has one In his lng him In uniform at the Boston navy window to geet the gore of Hill yard, where he Is stationed. Mr. Davis Smith, who hasn't bought a bond, for a number of years has been doing every time Bill Smith goes by Jones' great work among the men of the sta. home. It will not be long before It tlon, though not In an official capacity. penetrates to Smith's tdower compreHe hopes to continue the work sue hension that he has a duty to perform. cessfully among the follower of all And eventually BUI Smith's window Is going to have to have a flag, too. faiths In the service. n our tempers uxor small matters which, if we thought for a moment, would amount to nothing. Self congo hand in trol and hand. In the same way a high temper seems to go with a lack of ability to control one's thoughts. A well educated moral sense, a well educated character saves from idleness thoe tender emotions, deep pashms, ami noble aspirations of humanity which are tho faults of the woman far more than of the man. To have self control we must begin early in life to train our mind in that way. He who can control his temper is the one who gets most happiness out of life. will-power THE ART OF SELF CONTROL One of the greatest arts a school boy or girl can know is self control. How many of us there are who lose the Treasury Department awards, and they mean to donate it to the central committee before Cleveland will have If I drive into tho realm of thought Until I strike a bump. I simply scratch my head anil say, "I surely was born A Gump;" Hut, after a sohur second thought, I change my mind a bit For in tlie distance tho voice of Will says, "do right after it." Hut judgment says, "Will, hold on a bit; You've rushed mo now till I'm tlrod of it; You've' kept me traveling a narrow road, With little rest and a burduusnmi) load, Until now the light of hope is out; And I'm in tho region of despair and doubt, Without a candle external to me, To show mo tho placo that I ought to be. My engine of hope was recked on tlie rock of doubt, Hul faithful old reason is still holding out; re He'll guide mo to tho field of black looks black And white looks white; Where green is green And yellow is yellow; Where a man's a man And a fellow's a fellow That Held of light wc call the mind, Things compared with it you cannot light--Whe- ' "Yessuin, a sketch uv "Do 'bituary?" do life uv do beloved deceased." "Henry," sbo oxclnlmed, address ing the young man al her side, "yo' got dal 'bituary?" "Oot tlat what?" what yo "Oot dat 'bituary, preach from?" "No'm, Ah ain't got it. Ah tried to write one las' night but arter tryin fee a long time lull think o, sumthiu Ah just derided be didn't do much n nuthin' ter write about.'' Do you get tho point? In reality wo are writing our own obituaries while we live ajid our friends can truthfully say no more about us when we are gono than we our selxos record while wo are here The best memorial we can leave i that which is indelibly written u the minds and honrt of our friend EDISON'S LETTER As ono walks through tho recep- llnd. Reason bitches lo tho engine of And backs away from the object that caused limitation; Then rest takes ohargo of the lender of thought. And the nerve cells sleep that wor; tpiito overwrought Until consciousness comes along with an awakening sensation, And says, "Sleep, please get off right here at this station." Then consciousness spronjjs equally all over tho hrniu, Smoothing out wrinkles and oiling the thing I 'lit il energy stirs us to our depths Oldest Living Creature. Among the oldest life forms on the And says to us, "Do somthlng, you j globe Is the shellfish, known ns the ungracious wholps." Hhgulii, n specimen of which wns Then by involuntary action created taken from Miinllii bay several yenrn by habit ugo. The genus, according to sclen- The thing that interests conscioustints, has remained practically unalness most oomos whore con- tered for mure than loo.OOO.OOfl can grab it; sciousness years. With the extraordinary chances Then consciousness opens tho door of climate mid environment since thu of reason and says, "My son. world began most forms of life with make this a fruitful season;" which science Is fiimlllnr have liei-And mental reason, who is always transformed or have iiltsfther ills- j nppenreil since the geologic ages, o, "That the genus llngula," says tin1 The product of old thought and the Journal of 'Should hnve surfather of now, calls upon vived for nil these ages, and under him gono virtually no change. Is striking to show judgment (reasou) tho way, evidence of the fuct that the germ Smi thai ho can finish his work toplasm, which under some conditions, day; ns in the case of the horso nnd the Hut judgment says with much ado, dog, is cnpahle of extraordinary vnrla "You can work without mo lint I tlon, Is under other conditions remarkably constant." can't without you; Hut without me, says judgment, you'd ho "ijo good" need." For nobody wviuld know whom your In order lo develop in ovary directhoughts really stood." tion. "The imps of thought would carry We mint control our amotion you away over tho son of con- And control our affection; sciousness to tho brink of tho We must control our Judgment bay of forgotfulness; And control our ronwm; There you would worry and strtig-gl- o Kiijoy the wonllinr and ehange of the season; ' in vain; Until some would call you crazy Put kiniiI in the bud. And others would call yon insane; And liest in Hie betters; All because you tlid not heed And let fate decide And use common sense according If wc should lie n'gretters. well-to-d- tion of the great Ford plant he will be surprised to llnd that there isnt a single picture or motto on letter, only a single-page- d written in bold characters, in dee, black ink, framed in ebony. This is the letter: From tlie Laboratory 'f Thomas A. lidison, Orange. New Jpriv. April 2fl. Hl Friend Ford: The injurious agent in cigarette; comes principally from the hurniinr! paper wrapper. Tho substance thereby formed is called acroloin. It has a violent arlion on the nerve centers, producing degeneration of the cells of the brain, which quite rapid among boys. Unlike-moinarcotlos this degonorntion is permanent and uncontrollable. I omploy no person who smokes cigarettes. Yours, Thomas A. How-alls. Mrs. Herbert Shipman of Washington, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edson Oradley, has exchanged her place In Washington's most exclusive society to serve as a trained nurse In France, and It now on her way to the front. Several months ago when her husband left the rectorship of the Church of the Heavenly Rest In New York to a chaplain at Spartanburg, 8. C, Mrs. Shipman began training In a New York hospital. - REAR ADMIRAL M'DONALD i; According to report from Washington, Rear Admiral John D. McDonald Is to be commandant of the New York navy yard to succeed Rear Admiral Nathaniel Usher, who will remain In .harge of the third naval district, which embraces that navy yard. Yvyne-'Pint Dlonder. I.otila Ymhi t In. hi In sunny Italy. When n Winnipeg I he HRe of fifteen he wns reMl tired to llll .nit mi information slip living name ami intwiiuiI facts, lie wns ii lirlKlit Imc nnd made no Mistake until lie to the line nutrkeil followed by u blnnk pee. In HiIn IjhiIm wrote down Ver;a aeutly the oih-- word, "yes." s ent.-rlii- illir "I.." HONORING THE KING OF A WAR-RAVAGE- D COUNTRY i i i d - . '1 VALUABLE SERINFORMATION the servico from Herea nnd vicinity VICE BY AMERICAN RED CROSS should communlcato with Mrs. J. W. Through the efforts of tho Red Horndon, Uorea, who is chairman of Cross Civilian Relief Department ar- tho Homo Servlco Work of tho Bo-rrangements bavo been made by Rod Cross Chapter. which valuablo information regardDesired information in rofcrenco ca the farmers market their wheat by May 1 the Government may seize it Kentucky farmers can not under stand why such drastic action should be necessary. Kentucky farmers, realize that a farmer who holds on to his wheat when the army needs It, trying to extort more money In payment therefor, Is Just a heartless as the man who refuses to give a soldier a drink of water. ing any quostiou pertaining to tho allotmont, allowance, compensation, or insurance can bo promptly secured for tho families of the men in service. Most important is tho fact that desired Information concerning tho men in hospitals In Franco, or who muy bo prisoners, can ho secured more promptly and more accurately through Red Cross mediums than in any other way Families of men in to any question pertaining to any phaso of tho War Insuranco Act, or regarding tho welfaro of men in ramp in United States or in Over Seas servlco can bo furnished by tho Don't Homo Servlco Committee. worry, seek Information! M (ami mi i lit' ii mi ii Aboul C0.000 officers and men aro King Albert of Helglum und General I'etuln of the French forces review tho olllcera la commund of the Franco. engaged in coast patrol work of tho Belgian forces, who aro battling the Hun at tho northern extremity of the western line. m mi Navy. April II, 1018, THE CITIZEN mttlofleld.i with that of their sons. "Those who arc taken nway today' Jo not go to perforin n glorious duty. They are slaves In chnliu who, In n dark exile, threatened by hunger, prison, death, will be called upon to perform the most odious work service to the enemy against the fatherland. Rights of Honor and Conscience. "The mothers cannot stand by while such nn abomination 1h taking place without making their voices heard In HOW IT HAPPENED. I'aga Three BELGIANS HERDED IN CATTLE PENS Participant's Testimony of Degradation Accompanying Deportation From Mons. SCENES OF FIENDISH CRUELTY Women Forbidden to Give Food and Clothing to Men Facing Privation and Cold United State' Appeal Unheeded. Conspicuous among d acts of cruelly committed by the Germans, to their everlasting disgrace, the deportation from Mons is prominent. OJicial documents published by the committee on public information tell part of the harrowing story. A vivid sketch of tlio deportation fnim Mons, ordered by German authorities drawn by a participant, may well lio died hero: "I will tnke the 18tli of November of last year flimiJ. A week or no that a placard was placed on the wall telling iny capital city of Mons that In seven days all the men of that city who were not clergymen, who were not priests, who did not belong to the city council, would be deported. "At half past live. In the gray of the morning on the ISth of November, cold-bloode- they Walked out. men ut Mons, myself und nnotlier lending them down the cobblestones of the street and out where the rioting would be less than In the great city, with the soldiers on Miieh nide, with bayonets fixed, with whe women held buck. K) "The degradation of It I The degradation of It iih they wt.lked Into this great market Mliare. where the pens were erected, exactly lis If they were cuttle all the great men of that province the lawyers, the stiitcsttirn, the bend of the trade, the men that bud made the capital of Ilalnnut glorious during tlif Inst It) year. 'There they were collected; no ques-tlo- u of who they were, whether they were busy or what they were doing, or what their poxltlon In life. 'Go to the right) (Jo to tho left I Go to tho right l' So they were turned to the. one side or the other. "Tndns wore standing there ready, steaming, to take them to Germany. You miw on the one side the one brother taken, the other brother left. A hasty embrace und they were separated and gone. "You saw the women In hundreds, with bundles In their hands, beseeching to be permitted to approach tho trains, to give their men the last that they had In life between themselves mid Ktarvotton n small bundle of clothing to keep them warm on their With the ensy grace of those who are accustomed by long habit, we swung nnd swayed tiK)ii an East Cleveland street cnr. As we chatted pleas- ii lit I v with nnr next Ktrnn nrlehbor., n' r, man sitting near us arose and offered his seat to a lady. And then wc com neighbor. mented to our u.-"I've been riding nn this linn for eight years," wo said, "and I have I protest. never given up my sent to n lady." 'They address you In tho narhu of 'Then you have never hod any manI the unnlteruble. rights of honor and ners," snubbed our friend, severely. conscience. "Not so," we answered. "I hnve ( "It has been snld that women nro 'nil iii!i-- nun fill jr i powerful suppliants.' How easily one Is misunderstood In "We have felt authorized by this this cruel world! saying, Mr. Minister, to extend our bunds to you mid to address to your Exhausted. country a last appeal. After telling the story of thu wan"We trust thut In rending these lines derings of thu Israelites In the wilderyou will feci at each word the unhap- ness n teacher the other day asked : py henrtbeeuts of the Ilelglau women "When nt last after forty years they and will Mud In your broud and hu- found themselves out of thu wilderness, mane sympathy Imperative reasons for what would they be?" She exnecteil the answer thut thcr Intervention. "Only the united will or the neutrnl Would be old men and women, but a I peoples energetically expressed can little girl who put up her hand prompt counterbalance that of the German au- ly replied: "Out of brcnth." thorities. 'Thin assistance which the netilnil nations can and, therefore, ought to PROBABLY lend us, will It bo refused to the oppressed Belgians? "lie good enough to accept, Mr. MinThird Liberty Loan Honor Flag. ister, the homage of our most distinIly the Honor Flag of the Third replica of the Honor Flag and the guished consideration." Liberty Loan we will know the pa- slogan: "Help Our Town Win the (Signed by a number of ltelglun triots of the nations tho Individual It'gbt to Fly This Flag." Spaco will women and 121 societies.) patriots, the town, city or county pa- be left below for the enrollment of The United Stutex government did names of all subscribers In the comtriots, tho state, patriots. not fall to respond to this touching apThe community over which the munity. peal and to others of a similar nature. A large Honor Flag will be awardHonor Flos files first will be the" comThe American embassy at Ilerlln munity which has first loaned to ed 'to each state in the union as that promptly took up the burning question I'nclc Sam all he has asked to borrow state reaches Its quota. On the state of the deportations with the chancellor from that community to carry on the flag will be enrolled the names of the and other representatives of the war for the freedom of the world. communities In that state as the comgovernment. In nn Interview The specially deslgacd Honor Flag munities reach their quota. The flag with the under secretary of state for shown In the picture will bo awarded will be flown at the capital. foreign affairs. Mr. Grew wns banded to every community to which a quota The parent flag of all the Honor un oillelnl statemi nt of tho German has been assigned as roon as that Flags will be unfurled at Washington Is, In translation, us folplans, which community has attained that quota. and on It will bo recorded the names lows : Then each subscriber In that com- of the states In the order In which munity will get a small poster for they go "over the top." German Camouflage. home window display containing a reThe Honor Flag Is white with a red "Against the unemployed In Belgium, production of the Honor Flag and a border and three blue horizontal who are a burden to public charity, blank for the name of the subscriber. stripes through the white rectangle. "Would you llku me to play football In order to avoid friction arising thereIn each community to which a quota The Honor Flag for communities from, compulsory measures lire to be dear?" "Yes; mnybe you'll get that nose of has been assigned a large honor roll will be 3fi inches wide and 54 inches adopted to make them work so fur as will be posted as conspicuously as long. They are of the same quality they ure not voluntarily Inclined to yours straightened out." possible at the top of which will be n as the flags of the navy. work. In uccordnnce with the regular Ger-mu- ll HERE IS HONOR FLAG OF THIRD LIBERTY LOAN; LET'S FLY IT FIRST OLD SQUIRE DIVVIES WITH UNCLE SAM Squire Bob Hill. Squire Dob Hill, of Muhlenberg township, Pickaway county, Ohio, has never made any pretentions to excessive patriotism. He has Just lived along In a quiet sort of way and attended to his business, leaving his patriotism to take care of Itself; much the same as most of us do. But along about wheat selling time last winter there was a Y. M. C. A. campaign In. Squire Bob sold his wheat at $2.25 a bushel. It was more than he bad ever got for wheat In nil his life. "I'm not entitled to such a price," Squire Hob told his friends afterward. "I can make money at a dollar a bushel less. Uncle Sam Is entitled to a part of this year's proceeds." So he gavo the Y, M. C. A. a hundred dollars. And he might admit having bought a Liberty Hond or two. And be took a fat hog over to Circle-vlll- e and auctioned it off on the public square, turning over the proceeds to the Sammies' Christmas fund. And the funny thing about It all was that his $100 contribution to the Y. M. C. A., made some of the wealthier and more ambitious cltl-- ' zens of the township dig down for a second $50 to keep pace with the modest squire of Darbyvllle. What a pity there aren't more Bob Hills scattered around Ohio! tion Issued .May 15, 1010, by the gov- way to Germany. You saw women with u bundle thut had been purchased by the sale of the last Not effects. of their household one was allowed to approach to give her tnun tho warm pair of stockings or suys ; tho warm Jacket, to there might be "I then discussed In detail with the Home chance of his reaching there. OfT under secretury of stnte for foreign they went I" John II. (Jade, In tho the unfortunate Impression which Muguzlne, May, Geographic this decision would make ubroad, re1017. The Itclglau women sent u touching minding him that the measures were In principle contrary to thu assurances upiK-u-l to Minister Whttlock: given to the ambassador by tho chanAppeal of Belgian Women. general "Brussels, Nov. 18, 1010, 10 Hue de la cellor at dwelling headquarters lust spring and on the effect which Madeleine. "Ills Kxcellency, Mr. llrand Whttlock, the policy might have on England's atlinvoy Extraordinary and Minister titude towards relief work In llelglum. Plenipotentiary of the United States I sulci I understood that the measures had been promulgated solely by the of Amerlcn. military government In llelglum and "Mr. Minister: "From the depths of our well of thut I thought the mutter ought at least to be brought to the chancellor's misery our supplication rises to you. "In addressing ourselves to you, we personal attention In the light of the consequences which the new policy denounce to your government, us well would entail. Herr Zlmmermnnn Intius to our sisters, the women of the thut the nation which you represent In our mated In reply Inlluence foreign olllce very little with Jhe milimidst, the criminal abuse of force of had unwhich our unhappy and defenseless tary authorities und thut It wns likely thut the new policy In Helgiutu people Is n victim. could bo revoked. Ho stated, how".Since the beginning of this utro-cloever, iu answer to tny Inquiry, that ho we have looked ou Impotent-l- y war would not disapprove of my seeing tho und with our hearts torn with every sorrow at terrlblu events which put chancellor about tho matter," Solemn Protest by United States. civilization buck luto the ages of thu Tho formal protest of tho United barbarian hordes. was us follows; "Mr. Minister, tho crime which Is Stntes 'Tho government of tho United now being committed under your eyes, greutest namely, tho deportation of thousands States has learned with the enemy concern und regret of tho policy of tho of men compelled to work on German government to deport from soil against tho Interests of their country, cannot Und any shadow of excuse llelglum a portion of the clvlllun popuforcing them ou the ground of military necessity, for lation with tho result of to labor In Germany, and Is constrained It constitutes n violation by force of u to protest In a friendly spirit but most uttered right of human conscience. solemnly ugalnst this action which is Called "Monstrous Extremity. In contravention of nil precedent and "Whatever may be the motive, It those huinuno principles of Internacannot be admitted that citizens may tional practice which have long been be compelled to work directly or indi- accepted and followed by civilized rectly for tho enemy against their In their treuttnent of iioncnmba-tant- s brothers who are lighting. In conquered territory. Further"Tho convention of The- - Hague has more, thu government of tho United principle. consecrated this "Nevertheless, the occupying power Stutes Is convinced thut thu effect of policy If pursued will In till Is forcing thousands of men to this this be fatal to monstrous extremity, which Is con- work, so humanely tho ltelglun relief planned so suctrary to morals and International luw, u result both these men who huvo already been cessfullybecurried out, deplored which generally und Germany und those who to- would tuken to which, It Is ussumcd, would seriously morrow will undergo tho snmo fate, emburruss the German government." It from thu outside, from neutral protest was followed by and the United States, no help Is of This pope, thu king of Spain,those tho .thu offered. government of Switzerland uud other "Oh I Tho ltelglun women have also neutrals. They were of uo uvall, exknowu how to carry out their duty la cept, perhaps, to lead thu German authe hour of dunger; they huvo not thorities to druw u tighter veil over weakened thu courage of tho soldiers their detestable proceedings. Hut the of honor by their tears. evidence has In some measure come "They have bravely given to their through, although the lull facts wilt country those whom they loved. . . . not be known uuttl tho liberation of. The blood of mothers is flowing oa the heroic llelglum. I rs nu-tloproli-ability Eu-roi- ernor general. In order to ascertain such persons the assistance of the municipal authorities Is required for the district of the governor general In Ilrussels, while In the districts outside of the general government, I. c, In the provinces of Flanders, lists were demanded from the' presidents of the local relief committees containing the names of persons receiving relief. For the sake of establishing uniform procedure the competent authorities have, In the meantime, been Instructed to tnnko the necessary Investigations regarding such persons also In Flanders through the inunlclpul authorities; furthermore, presidents of local relief committees who may be detained for having refused to furnish such Islts will be released." Mr. Grew pointed out that the deportations were a breach of faith and would Injure thu German cause abroad. In bis olllclul summary of the negotatlons which he curried on he No Way Out. Too proud to bee, too lioncst to steal, Hut there's nothing left, I feel,. Save work. I'd maybe slilrk LIEUTENANT SOUSA MINUS THAT BEARD Readjustment. "What are your reasons for wanting to get out of public life?" "Well," replied Senator Sorghum, "this Is the ern of brand-netalent. I thought maybe It might be a good Idea for me to retire for awhile und sec If I can't get a reputation for In- on Tim U.-'-K uniiAJ-- r t'NiTKU staTbs cavuRNMBrrr. Tins OF C1.BVK1.UID HAH TUB IIONOK TO AOKKOWLBDOB AND CONVIUM YOUR Al'I'OISTMKKT AH .V MKMIIKIL OP TUB LI 11 K 11. frdural or hbsbiive lilt' ' 'V r 9P' ' '' tfc&f experience." The Difference. She There Is no doubt about It thut marriage has Improved your manners, r TV LOAN COMMITTEE OP VOUll PATHIOTIC VMSBLrlSIINESSI IN ACCBPTIKO AND DIHCItAHOINO THE RBSPOXHIBILITV OF TIIIM APPOINTMENT IN T1IR TIIIUXJ dear. How so? Slit Well, you frequently get up and offer me a chair now. llcfore you were married you never gave me more than half of It. He The Right Advice. Mil BUTT LOAN IIAH BEEN OHATUFULLY COVTIMNMKNT RVYOUIl . - 11BCOBDED n K, x flHIBvH ljKoBHH "What do you supimse Miss Pert said when I asked her If I was In the market for matrimonial consideration?" "What did she say?" "That I must go to I'ur before she. could take uny stock In my proposition." Appeal to a Dry Constituency. "Did you ever make any temperance speeches?" "Yes," replied Senator Sorghum. "Did they help anybody?" "I should say so. They helped me to get elected." The above It a replica of the acknowledgment card which it to be issued by the Federal Reserve Dank of Cleveland to the committeemen who will aerve through the Third Liberty Loan campaign. , ''"Bk oKmi vBJ' 4 Lieut. John Phillip Sousa. v4j ' ' ''' ' CONSIDER THE POILU-TH- EN BUY A BOND We have just seen a letter from a French soldier in the artillery. He is overjoyed, for he has had a promotion in rank and now he is to get 14 cents a day. He is proud that he is now independent and doesn't have to call upon anybody to help him out. As for the danger poof I For two years he went through the thick of things for 5 cents a day, then he was raised to 7 and now to 14. This offers a bunch of suggestions to every indifferent American, for that French soldier is righting our battle while fighting his own. PROBABLY NOT Lieutenant John Phillip Sousa has lost his beard. That beard had become a national Institution. It was known wherever band music was heard. But when he began training the Jackles of the Great Lakes Naval Training School band at the naval training station at Oreat Lakes, 111., and took on the title of lieutenant he left oft the beard. The loss of the Jaw adornment was not accompanied by any loss, however, of the old Sousa knack of getting the most out of a band that Is In It. Lieutenant Sousa has Imparted all the old fire to the boys of the naval training station and how faithfully they have absorbed it will be' seen In many cities and towns of the Fourth Federal Reserve district during the weeks of the Third Liberty Loan drive. The band Is to make a tour of the dlstrlcL THE BAND THAT BOOSTS THE BONDS "I think we could bo very happy together." '.'Hut do you think we could bo at happy as we could apart?" "He can't get blood troni n turnip," When a collector calls, says Will, But tho perslttent mosquito can When be presents his bill. Different Unappreciated. Tho Victim You suld you could give my hulr un artistic cut and you've made mu look like a wild tnun." Tho Tonsorjul Artist I fear you know nothing of art. I'm an InsurQualifying. suys his character la spotless. Is that so?" "In u measure. It Is so black you couldn't see u siot on It If It were A Section of gent 'This man there." One of the big noises of the Third Liberty Loan drive la to be the Great Lakes Naval Training School band from the training stutlon at Great Lakes, III. Tho band is to make a tour of the Fourth Federal Reserve district and attempt to use the charm of music to the Great Lakes Naval Training School Band. bring foith the necessary dollars to and reetleas baton of John PhiUty Sousa now Lieutenant Sousa. Tber oversubscribe the loan. The boys will cover as many of the send their music way down Inside to cities In the Fourth District as they wake that deepest, dormant bit of paare able to make during the weeks of triotic feeling. ' They are being managed en tour by the drive. The Jackles In the band bare had Lee Clark Vinson, one of the worken their training under the watchful eye of the Cleveland organliatloa a I'flBP Font. THE CITIZEN Mrs. J. Smlllw Clnrk of Louisville was a guest nt Boone Tavern Thursday and Friday. Doctor Dunn of Richmond wns hero Sunday on business. J. A. Money of Mclloherts was here from Saturday until Tuesday. We are glad to slate thai Lieut. Ralph Hudspeth, who has been ill, Is improving. Mrs. Phamy Davis was In Rich UNION CHURCH NEWS prll It, 1018. LOCAL PAGE NKWS OF BEREA AND VICINITY, OATHERED VARIETY OK SOURCES FROM A Doctor McAyle of Hie Congregational Church at. Akron, ()., will preach nt the Union Church next Sunday morning. He gives the address on Pearsons Birthday in tin; Chapel on Saturday morning also. Mrs. B. II. Roberts has distributed Bibles among tho women of tho Industrial, which were much up Have You Heard Your Country's Call? The bugle lias blown and wo are again ordered to the front. Let there be no faltoriiiK no hesitation no failing. Your Government asks for $3,000,000,000.00 to be raised by the Third Liberty konn; of this amount $50,000.00 must come from Herea and vicinity. Anything else will show lack of patriotism; such n stigma lias 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 our subscriptions to the Loan. Leave your subscriptions with the Laura Jones now has electric lights in her store and will keep mond Monday. predated. open till eight o'clock for (ho ben-riU. S. yyntt was in London Mon (Ad-day on business. of her customers. A special collection for the ArMrs. Jack Baufle and little daught Tho Misses Lowen, on Jackson menian people wns taken on Sunday Berea, Ky. street, sold their home to Mrs. Wal- er, Gladys, went to Snyder Monday Dank & Trait Bldg. morning. The treasurer will be ker, who recently returned from to visit relatives for a few days. able to forward about 9175.00 in that Miss Ollie Mao Parker went to worthy purpose. Soulh Africa. Frajik, son of W. E, Farmer, left Ml. Sterling Monday and- returned Sunday, March 31st, for Camp Sher- Wednesday. (Julie a company of joung people Scientific horso shoeing, flno Iron man, Chilicothe, 0 where he will Dr. S. Y. Walts of Cincinnati. have united with (he church as n descriptions work and repairs of all S. service. was here Friday. he in training for U. result of the religious meetings, nt tho College Blacksmith Shop, W. flay Lunsford spent Monday Mrs. Jennie Fish wns in Richmond conducted by Doctor Williams. of Tho Citizen in Lexington with his wife who is last Thursday. Mnin Street, north ad. routined in a sanitarium from a Office. William Hanson of .Lexington was MUSIC RECITAL nervous breakdown. here Friday. Mrs. Edwards witli her class of Wo SELL hats and sell them right. Waddle of Lincoln County, Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Bower visile I John ad. arrived Monday for an extended his parents, Mr. and Mrs. h"t M. music students gave a recitnl Mon Mrs. Laura Jones. Shclloy I). Watts, Assistant to Di- visit with his sisters, Mrs. Rola Davit. Bower, nt Parksville, from Friday day afternoon at the Edwards home. Each student had tho privilege of until Monday. vision Director, Civilian Relief Lake and Mrs. J. W. I'urkoy. Frank Jones is in Irvine this bringing one friend who did not be Messrs. A. Pruitto Smith, Leask, Division, American lied Cross, of long to tho class. A dozen parents Cleveland, O., was in town the last Batson, Johnson and Flick motored week. nnd several others wero present to they Henry Bingham and E. E. Wyatt of the week in the interest of tho to Lexington Monday where enjoyed tho raro privilege of hear- returned from Irvino Thursday, enjoy the music. They expressed lied Cross work. themselves as well pleased with tho Capt. II W. Huff, of ltdqr. San. Tr. ing S'ousa's Band. where they havo completed n exercises and with tho thoroness of :W3, Camp Dix, N. J., spent a ten days Mrs. fleo. W. Lawrence, from UniMrs. Edwards' teaching. Her class leave of absence with friends in coi, Tenn., is spending a few days is large, including sludents not only homo of her brother-in-laand about Korea. at tho CLIO CLUB She and her Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Abney relumed Prof. L. V. Dodge. As per voto nt a previous meet- in Berea but also in the country homo from a week's visit with husband have been engaged for ing the Clio Club met in Vocational about Berea, extending us far as years in educational work in Ten- Chapel Thursday last to do Red Wallaceton and Whites Station. friends in Disputanta. After tho program punch nnd cako B. B. French expects to leave on nessee, but aro now moving to Cross sewing. They will continue Tecumsch, Okla. Professor Law- to do this work on alternate Thurs- were served. tho 15th for Camp Taylor. That I have lots of fine farms in Mississippi listMrs. Laura Jones was in Cincin rence is on the way thero with a days the remainder of the club ed for sale, that were listed for a year or longer, WAR QARDEN AND BEREA BEAUyear. nati Wednesday buying new hats car of their property. TIFUL and a big lino of new shapes for her Tho Misses Jameson, Shannon, before the advance of farm lands there and The Berea Civic, League in coopstore. All tho latest styles in shapes Baker, Starns, Alice and P.tella Case GRADED SCHOOL NOTES everywhere. Write me, and describe the kind' out. will be opened Friday after- were motored to Lexington by Clare eration with the Clio nnd Progress E. F. Dizney, Principal noon and Saturday at her store. Canlleld where thoy all enjoyed County Demonstrator Robert F. Clubs' of Berea is putting on n of farm you want, and I will write you telling ad.-- it Maud Adams' play, "A Kiss for Cin- Spence organized nn agricultural movement for a "War Garden" and the kind of farm I have, and I believe I can fill W. E. Farmer and son Lester derella." club Monday for the benefit of the "Berea Beautiful." President Vaughn the bill. Also I have some houses and nice spent Sunday with home folks. Mrs. Laura Jones will put on two public school children. of the League is out of town and tho W. F. Payne, who is an L. & N. extra trimmers Friday afternoon Mr. Fielder gave a most inspiring public meeting announced last week building lots in Herea, Ky., for sale. Will-sel- l operator, was called to Livingston and Saturday to fill your order and practical talk before the last will be postponed till his return. them at the right price if bought at once, as I In the meantime let the commitpromptly. She also has a city trim- Parent-Teachefor work this week. on Association tee appointed to work with the LaMiss Myrtle McCoIlum, of Hock-for- d, mer, Miss Matlingly, to givo you as "War Gardening." want to buy more of this Mississippi black lime, Mrs. Nancy Stephens gave a splen- dies' Clubs get busy and have tho has accepted a position at good service as any city store. We alfalfa farm lands. plans well formulated to bo presentemploy only experienced help. We did paper to tho Parent-Teache- rs Welch's. "Student Foreign Volunteer Band" guarantee satisfaction with every last Friday, on "The Mother and iU? ed at the public meeting in tho near ad.-- It has changed its placo of meeting order. future. The committee is as folChild." Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Roberts of from tho parlor of Dodgo House to Lucille Stephens gave a piano solo lows: Benlon Fielder (chairmanl. Prof. John F. Smith, Mrs. Dr. tho upper room of tho Parish House. Louisville wero visiting with Dr. at the last association meeting. Mrs. S. R. Baker, A.. F. On account of the Kentucky Edu Tho Band will meet Saturday night nnd Mrs. Roberts the first of the cational Association, April 2t to 27, Scruggs, at 0:30 sharp. Miguel Tamayo will week. Parent-TeacheMr. Arnold, one of the clerks at the rhe best general garden, the best Association lead our next meeting. Everybody Welch's Dry Goods Department, has will bo given Friday p. iji., May 3. kept lawn, the best flower garden, is invited. Mrs. Van Winkle visited Bero:i and all that pertains to Berea BeauDr. S. R. Baker has been confined moved his family into Ebb Wilson's EASTER DINNER GRADED SCHOOL LUNCH to his homo for more than a week house on Center strceL Normal Training School Friday p.m. tiful will be features of the camThe following clipping was taken Tho Second Year of tho Graded Mrs. L. C. Gabbard and Mrs R. S. Mrs. Abney visited the Training paign. Sfand for your town. with lagrippo. School Lunch. "Where there is no from nn Aberdeen, Miss, paper: It Ladies, I havo a big now lino of Moore went to Cincinnati Sunday School Saturday. vision," wo nro told, "Iho peoplo is of interest because tho proprie- Mrs. Nancy Diinn Sheltoh gavo tho very latest styles in shapes and for a visit witli Mr. and Mrs. Barrel And the Graded School tor of Pickle Hotel was formerly perish." united chapel some clever readings hats to be opened at my store Fri- Van Winkle. Lunch is largoly duo to tho wisdom one of our hustling citizens. .1. K. Mrs. Pal Harrison was visiting in last week. Wo appreciate the fact day afternoon and Saturday. I go and earnestness of one person. This is certainly after the business. to Cincinnati often to renew stock town last week at tho homo of hor that ono of our own members is so At the PICKLB HOTKL. fifty cents year was far moro successful than proficient in this high art. so as to givo my customers tho ben- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joo Coyle. last year. Whilo prices of all foods (50c to everybody. Dining room Dan Hudson of Dreyfus was a The school lunch suspended April efit of tho newer eastern styles as advanced, yet tho friends of tho will be open nl lluIO p m, will open 1 according to .schedule Many peo-pl- o thoy como in. Como and mako your Berea visitor Monday. lunch helped to keep the cost down until everybody is fed all alio or he. wished for its continuance. selection before they are gone. Wfi Mrs. David Roebuck, son Albert, by giving more generously of food or both she and he can eat. Come Thanks to tho good women of Beand daughter Jene, of Cynthiana, SELL HATS. Laura Jones. ad.-- 4r and cash and labor than before. A direct from church and bring the rea for this much needed adjunct to Howard Hudson sold his lot on were here Monday afternoon. splendid new range wns bought preacher along, keep your Fastc E. T. Fish and son. Lona, and Mis tho school. Much of the work and Jackson street Tuesday for a conThere are at present baking tins bonnets on. Owing In tho high cost sideration of 81,000 and II. R. Coylo Addie Fish motored to Louisville most of tho management fell to the and other cnuinmcnt needed for of foiMNtuir your Kiister dinner will on tho samo dato sold an adjoining Saturday to spend Sunday witli lot of Mrs. Best. She was assisted next year. All tho labor of prepar cost yuu fifty cents (50c) at home, lot. Tho purchaser of these proper- Lieut. E. G. Walker, who is station- by a splendid corps of friends and ing the luncnes was uonnieii. 1 ncro snying nothing of tho preparation patrons of the school. ties was E. D. Stafford, who antici- - ed at Camp Taylor. was a great deal of good accom- nnd service. Como U tho Plcklo and pates building a beautiful residence Do you know that Laura Jones Most of the public school teachplished by it in many wnys. Many join the crowd, stay as long as you will givo you tho best hat for tho ers will attend tho K. E. A. at on the site some lime. got warm, nourishing will, but don't forget In pay your children E. F. Harris of Clay City is spend- money of any store in Madison this year. lunches by working for them, I hey hill. ing a week with friends and rela- County? Can bo proved. Como and All you that buy groceries know were nblo to study belter, it drew ad.-4- 1 see for yourself. SEED CORN FOR SALE tives of Berea. the mothers closer together, deep- the Pickle Hotel will nviko no pro-l- it .Mrs. Jack Laswell and daughters, Yellow Seed Corn, guaranteed !X)V5 on tin- dinner, but you will find ening their interest in the school Maureen nnd Nancy, of Brush Creek germination, $1.00 per bushel. and community affairs, thus indi- on our counter a nicn little Red . spent from Friday until Sunday M. J. Carrier, rectly helping tho teachers witli Cross box that you can put tho pro- -' Big Hill Ky. with her mother, Mrs. Nannio Bran their pupils. There wero a hundred lit in. It goes lo help our boys "over naman. lunches served daily. Several im- there." Mrs. Nannio Davis and daughter. EGGS FOR SALE Now let us all remember tho third provements nro being considered for Mrs. Frank Roy, spent from Satur S. C. Rhodo Island Red Eggs iu- Liberty Loan will open April 0th. next year. day until Monday with her son. Eg spected and recommended by Mr, To Mrs. Best, who carried most of Of course Mr. Woodrow Wilson bert Davis, who is employed with Chnpin, poultry expert from Lexthe responsibility, nnd to a number speaks tho truth when ho sayu we tho L. & N. Railroad Company at ington. $1.00 per setting; $0.00 per of other women who denied them- will win this wnr, but wo want to Cynthiana. Mrs. Luther Todd, selves nnd gavo freely to mako it a d" our bit. Set your clock up ono We have a Tho doctors of Berea gave a ban hundred. is Coyle, Ky. success, belongs tho npproval of Him hour next Sunday morning and stand I 'Phono 1 reputation for quct Saturday evening nt Boono Ad.-1- 3. Who said, "Whosoever shall givo to by Uncle Sam's instructions. Tavern in honor of Doctor Godboy J. K. BAKKIl, Proprietor. drink unto ono of those little ones a making clothes who leaves tho 10th of April for : Y. M. C. A. SUBSCRIPTIONS cup of cold water . . . shall in that fit every camp in Georgia. Tho guests wero Tho hist installment of Y. M. C. A. no wise loso his reward." Moro than 70,000 acres or land in mmmamamm curve of the Dr. and Mrs. B. F. Robinson; Dr. and subscriptions was duo April first this country has been planted witlws Mrs. R II. Cowley; Dr. and Mrs. M. M Tho Louisvillo olllco is anxious to body smoothly castorbean plants to produco oil for W TOR SALE Robinson; Dr. and Mrs. Alson Baker; havo Kentucky show up well. 70 aircrafL and perfectly. Dr. C. II. Robinson; Dr. and Mrs. of tho amount pledged in tho State Some Fodder nnd Straw. fAil-W. A. Ogg, Phono M7-- 2. laaiBiciKiiK No wrinkles to II. A. Lichtwardt; and Dr. and Mrs. has now been paid. Berea is a little L. J. Godboy. F. L. MOORE'S behind tho Stato average. roll your temper College workers please seltlo with Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Wyatt, Mrs Woolens worthy TO TEACHERS NOTICE no bagging E E. Wyatt and Miss Lucia Wyatt Treasurer Osborne and the city peo Teachers desiring to leach in Beof the Born Label motored to Richmond Friday on ple with cither bank. nor sagging. rea Public Graded School should business. arc worthy of your The man who has his Mrs. J. R. Azbill and sons, Wal NOTICE TO TOMATO GROWERS FOR havo their application in tho hands confidence we of Iho Secretary not Inter than clothes made here al- lace nnd Pearl, of Richmond, spent Tho Borca Canning Co. nro now First Class Repairing April 12th. can't afford to risk ways has that feeling of Sunday nfternoon with Mrs. Frank placing contracts for Tomatoes to W. H. Fanner, AND Jones hero. bo delivered nt their factory during on our (Ad-I- I) Secretary of Board. being perfectly dressed Mrs. Frank Roy leaves today to tho season of 1018 at 15c per bu. Fine Line of Jewelry of unany which Is absolutely Im- join her husband who is in Clove (or 815.00 per ton). This is tho lnnd, O., nnd is employed with tho maximum price fixed by tho Gov MAIN ST. tailoring and certain BEREA. KY. FARM FOR SALE possible when wearing Erie Railroad Company. ornmcnt for tho Slate of Kentucky. wearing qualities. A well improved farm of 78 acres ready-mad- e clothing. B. Harris and Wallaco Azbill of For further information call on or two miles north of Berea m tho M. WIDES We can show you a Richmond will nccomnanv U. S address E. T. Fish, Secy- - Berea, Ky. , , M0110I03 Plko nnd L. k N. R. R.. 11,. n.... ..- You may choosa your Wyatt to Aberdeen, Miss., Tuosday (Ad-t- t; "c V"' Kpnillc GllllOWav hoi.lO .n0J'C0 bnnur.. n ll.n variety of patterns that afternoon. iron aim owier j unit nave so- ," pattern now from u line place. There is a good two story vanced in price. Wanted, 30 Car are stunners and the Mrs. W. B. Jones and Miss Mal- unlimited in variety of FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE dwelling of eight rooms nnd all or Mora I quality of our materials tiugly were entertained fmnilay to For salo or exchange : tho Old Iron, Heavy Copper, Llgat weave unJ color. uecessary out buildings. Good luncheon nt tho homo of Mrs. Bert Dripping Springs property, conand class of workman- Coddington on Center street and never failing stock wa- chard sisting of lf acres of land, llvo ter. Good sulphur well nt tho door.' And you'll find our ship will make you a Two trains, loaded with "Our springs, ono well, three building This is a bargain nt $75.00 per acre. Colt Uidei, No. 1 Sheep Skim, Rage, reuKOimlle. price very Soldiers," went through hero Fri- with 20 rooms in nil, largo barn, steady customer. Terms to suit purchaser. Call on No. l Rubber, No. 3 Rubber, Auto. day afternoon from tho southern storo house, mill house, two poulPrices that all can camps, going to northern parts. V""1?1- or address K. T. Fish. Agt.. Berea,, Also (R$IJnt Botn Dtaltt) buy eggs and poultry at hightry houses and good orchard. Will (AiMl- Ky. afford. est market prices. Call ma before Miss Olllo Mao Parker was tho sell for cash or exclmugo for city selling. Am paying mora than say guest of Miss Julia Pearl Hanson property in Berea, Ky. Call or B. Production of 10,000 now auto- one else la town. If you can't de Sunday for luncheon. Seale's Tailoring Shop write John D. Wilson, Crab Orchard, progress for tho liver, I will call for your roods. J. W. Fowler has been seriously Kentucky. Kentucky mobile trucks is In ud-1- 7. Berea Short Street Phone 145; rciidence 41 rbMu ui a m Army. mamtmn. by. ill. but is belter at this writing. Dean & Stafford REAL ESTATE ll Best Blacksmithing - BEREA NATIONAL BANK w. Remember rs' Mc-Gui- re. Dr. S. R. Baker rs' Berea Kentucky , Lou-isvil- lo - rs Perfect Fit V 9-- 8' Born Woolens for Jewelry Store reputation fabric ' "0'r '8 or-'Sc- Ssrt&W'Sl J. Richardson $100 in Education Equals $1,000 in Land. At rll II, 10IH. tub citizen Cook, Tom, 108 Field Amb, British Exp. Forces, Franco. Copoland, Robert, Dauphin Island, Fort Gaines, Ala. Cornell, Juda, 1st Co. 113th M. P., Camp Shelby, llatllesburg, Miss. Cox, Sgt. Edward 0., Co. K, 148th Inf, Camp Sheridan, Ala. Coylc, Truo F, 30th Inf. Band, Hcad- -' quarters Cp, Camp Green, N.C. Crance, Loncy, Camp Taylor, Louisville, Ky. Craln, L. G, 18th Co. Cth Tr. Bn, Camp Taylor, Ky. ' Cress, llolllc, Co. K. 148th Inf, Camp Pn$rp Five. The Citizen Umy Newipaper for ll that it right, true, unci Interfiling Kv. ruMlihrdcTrryThurxlariit Wrt n. BEREA PUBLISHING (tncnrpofaiadl WM. C. FROST, Fdilnr-ln-Chl- Cu. EJ.tof C II. WERTr.NnF.RC.r R, M.n.tln, Subtcrlption RMei l'ATAIII.K IN ADVANCK Thr On Yrar HU Mnnthi Monlhi ... m , ,V 11.00 or Kaprraa Mon lllrr, or on anil too atampa, Th dm aftf your nuiw on label ahowa tn what data your uWrltin la paid. It it ia not rhanxnl wllhtn thrra wrekaaflar rrnoral notify u.Miatlng numtwri will m rla.llr auppllnl If wo are noUntal, LlWral tvrma slvrntaany who obtain new tub acriptiona forua. Any one ndin ui four yearly auWrlptiona ran receive The Citlien f rei for one year AilrrrtialngralM on application. 8ml mcmr lijr lt-.(11- r (jnirr. Kraii, llrgllml rmt Berea College HONOR ROLL Berea Col I ego In proud of tlio record of iU soldier boys. They liavo answered llio call of our Country with the spirit of men. Wo shall always follow up their career with the deepest interest. The tonnes of somo aro probably not on this list. If any ono knows of a Berea man in the Army whose nanio Is not ia this list send in the name and address to the President's Olllco, Bcroa College, Borca, Ky. Good fortune go with all. Adams, Lieut. Tounscu, 149th Inf., Camp Shelby, llatllesburg, Miss. Adnms, Lieut. Wiley, 140th Reg, Inf Camp Shelby, Ilatticsburg, Miss. Aler, Antonio, 150lli U. S. Inf, Camp Shelby, Ilatticsburg, Miss. Alford. Green H, Somewliere in France. (Full address will be appreciated.) Amburgy, Denver, Co. M, 140th Inf, Ilatticsburg, Miss. Bailey, Frank, fled Cross Military Hospital, Somewhcro in France. Baily, Green, Iladio Co, U. S. Navy, Cambridge, Mass. Ballingcr, William H, Battery F, 312 F. A, Camp Meade, Baltimore. Md. Batson, LicuL C. C, 14'Jth Inf, Camp Shelby, Ilatticsburg, Miss. BaLson, Heubcn B, Oth Provisional Co, 2nd M. M. Beg, Camp Hancock, Ga. Benflcld. Brackncl, H. Q. Co, 6th Inf., Chattanooga, Tenn. Bicknell,' Corp. J. Paul, Hdq. Co, Miss. I tilth Inf. Band. Ilatticsburg. HiggerstalT, SgL Lloyd. lUli Tr. Hn, Ciunp Jackson, S. C. Billry, Cheerful, 11. Co. Naval Hosp, Portsmouth, Va. Birchllcld, William, Co. F, 2Cth Eng.. Dix Branch, N. J. Bowman, Lieut F. 0, Co. L, Mist Inf, Camp Jackson, Columbia, S.C. Bowling, Grovcr, Camp Shelby, Miss. Boyer. Clarence, U. 8. S. Florida, Postmaster, New York City. Branson, Jerry, 2nd class seaman, Co. A. ling. II. Barracks B, Gunners' Mates School. U. S. Naval Training Station, Groat Lakes, HI. Brill, Lieut. James J. Jr, M. G. Co. 322nd Inf, Camp Jackson, Columbia, C. S Brock, John II, 2nd Tr. Brgd. Line 31, Kelly Field, So. San Antonio, Texas. Browning, Benjamin F, Somcwhero in France. Brown, Corbctt. Camp Taylor, Louisville, Ky. Brown, W. Wilson. Camp Taylor. Kentucky. Brashear, Dishman, U. S. S. Bridge, enro Postmaster, Now York City. Camp, Buford. 322nd F. A, Camp Sherman, Chilicolhe. O. Calhoun. Quinccy, Ft. Leo. Petersburg, Va. Campbell, PIner, Naval Tr. Sin., Co. B, 2nd Hog., Groat Lake. III. Campbell, William, Chief Bugler, Hi) Inf. Band. Ilatticsburg, Miss. Carpenter, Sgt. Hotlins, Troop B. Mil. Police, Camp Funsten, Kans. Caudlll, Sgt James B, Co. D, 316th Engineers, Camp Lowls, Wash. Cocil, CapL J. J, Troop B, I3tli Cav, Sanfordyco, Texas. Chapman, Floyd. M. G. Co, UOth Inf., Camp Shelby, Ilatticsburg. Miss. Chapman, Henry Clay, 149 M. 0. Co, Camp Shelby, Haltlosburg. Miss. Chasleon. Ernest. 159th U. S. Inf, Camp Shelby, Ilatticsburg, Mi". Co, Childs, Herman, N. Y. S. Nowport, It. I. Childs, "Manly," U. S. S. Nebrnsko, euro Postmaster, Now York City. Clark, Claude, Co. M. 321st Inf, Camp Jackson. Columbia, S. C. Clark, Walter. 31 Inf. Med. Dept, Fort Bliss. Texas. Collins, Charles. Med. Ofllcer's Y. M. A, Fort Oglethropo, Ga. Collins, Ilobcrt E, N. B. &ta, Co. 8, Norfolk, Va. Collins, Samuel F, M. 0. T. C, Post Ex, Ft. Oglcthorpo, Go. Combs. Llout. Sowoll, Camp Taylor, Louisville, Ky. . -8 a Hammond, SorgL Benjamin, 333rd Morgan, nufus, Med. Dept, FL BcnJ. Inf, Camp Taylor, Louisville, Ky. Harrison, Ind. SMART PEOPLE BUY DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS Hays, Sgt. Earl T, 18th Co. 5lh Tr. Moore, Edwin, Hdqr. Co. 330 Inf, Camp Taylor, Louisvillo, Ky. Bn, Camp Taylor, Ky. FROM Hays, Herbert, Musician, 149th Inf. Moore, Harold, Aviation Corps, Columbus, 0. Band, Camp Shelby, Ilatticsburg, Moore, Gcorgo W, 379 Aero Squad, Miss. Taliaferro Field No. 3, Texas. Hcmbrcc, Gcorgo Address wanted Murrcll, Jesse L, Bar. 830 N. C. 8, by a friend. Camp Decatur, III. Hcckman, Walter W, Asst. Band THERE IS A REASON Master, 149th Inf. Band, Hdqr. Co, Xay, Wnlter, Camp Taylor, Ky. Ncal, Sidney, Battery A. 12 F. A. Ft. Ilatticsburg, Miss. Meyer, Va. RICHMOND Hill, Ernest B, Mason's. Co. 1, Camp KENTUCKY Nickel!, Clarence, M. D. UOth Inf, Johnston, Jacksonville, Fin. Camp Shelby, Miss. Billiard, D. Moss, San Pedro do Nlckell, Ira, Lieut., Camp Taylor, Macoris, D. n. Sheridan, Ala. via. N. Y. P. M. ONE EVENING AT CHRISTIAN Louisville, Ky. Creech, Hoy, 63rd Co, Naval Train- Billiard, Dudley, San Pedro do Slllwcll, Lieut. Abncr J., Co. G, 342nd ENDEAVOR Osborn, J. 0, Co. D, Cth Eng, A.E.F.. Macoris, D. II. ing Station, Norfolk, Va. Inf, Camp Grant, III. Everybody enjoys n good time. P. M, New York City. Caisson Co. 2, H2ht Curry, Everett, 5th Co. Del. C. A. C, Hook, John T., St. Clair, Bay L, Military Branch, Such, tho G. E. young pcoplo had Ammunition Train, 37th Div, Parker, Clarence, Camp Slid by, IlatA. E. F. France, via New Yofk. Y. M. C. A. No. 30, Chattanooga, Sunday evening, April 7th, when ticsburg, Miss. Camp Sheridan, Montgomery, Ala. Daniels, Capl. Irving, Co. C, 509th Tenn. , discussing the topic, "Christian Hoffman, Clarence, U. 8 Aviatlo:i Perry, Frank, Co. H, 2nd W. Va. Inf. Stout; Charles E, Camp Taylor, LouEng, Camp Trevls, Texas. Duly and Privilege, Bible, Reading," Phelps, Glenn, Ambulanco Corps 21, Corps, Columbus, 0. Davis, Sheldon, Hilar. Co. 109th Field isville, Ky. so many Bible readers gave pcrsonnl Clark, Texas. Fort Hoffman, Frank. U. S. Aviation Artillery, Camp Hancock, Ga. Street, Arvcl, Med. DcpL 80lh T. A, testimonies of their tested plans. Day, Kelley, Naval Training Station, Corps, Camp McArthur, Waco, PIcklcslmer, Parncll, Y. M. C. A, Chattanooga, Tonn. There wcro various methods disFort Orglelborpe, Ga. Texas. Great Lakes, III. Tate, J. llarl, Camp Sevier, Army cussed, all of which were good. Dean, Lieut. William, 330 Inf, Camp Hogg, Harvey, Co. D. 2nd Ky. Inf, Pllmann, Corbett, U. S. S. Kcar- Y. M. C. A. Sevier Branch, GreenWo are glad that tho Christian searge, via. N. Y. P. M. Ilatticsburg, Miss. Taylor, Louisville, Ky. ville, 8. C. Endeavor urges its young people to Porter, C. M. Clay, Co. E, 330 Inf, Tnulbec, Scldcn, Eng. Corps, EI Depman, C. G, Amb. Co. 144, Camp Howard, Richard, U. S. 8. PennsylPaso, road their Bibles every day, for, Camp Taylor, Ky. vania, Postmaster, Now York City. Bovie, Ft. Worth, Texas. although there are some ways which Texas. Porter, Donald, Musician, 140th Inf. Taylor, Dcmmon, Willard, Fort S'owart, Howard, George, U. S. 8. PennsylHoward E, Y.M.C.A, 12 Run are good and some which aro poor, Band, Hdqr. Co, llatllesburg. Miss, vania, Postmaster, New York City. Texas. and some choose the latter, wo D'Agucssaii, Franco. Diamond, Aubrey F., 18 U. S. Aero Howard, John, Forward, Birchlleld, Powell, Sgt. W. Stanley, Co. K, 330 Templcton, R. R, Camp Greenlcaf that some way is better than Inf, Camp Taylor, Ky. Ky. Squad. A. E. F, Caro Adj. Gen.. Y. M. C. A. Mil. Br., Chattanooga, no way. And we believe in substi0. T. S, Camp Howell, Marcus, U. S. S. Georgo Parker, Thos. L, 4, Washington, D. C. tuting in the verso, "It is belter to Tenn. Sherman, Chlllicotho, Ohio. Washington, Brooklyn. N. Y. Dixon, Chester, Camp Taylor, LouisTravis, Vaud A, Ft. Riley, Kans, have loved and lost than never to have loved at all," the word "read" Hudspeth, Lieut. Ralph W, 333rd Parker, Robert, Co L, 120th Inf, ville, Ky. care of M. 0. T. C. Service Branch, Greenville, 8. C. Taylor, Reg. Supply Co, Camp Dixon, Lieut. Elmer, Ft. Thomas, Trospcr, Raleigh, II. Co. Oth Inf. for "love" and have it read, "It Is Parson, Chester, Marino Bar. Co. 71, better to have read and lost than Louisville, Ky. Ky. Mil. Br, Chattanooga, Tenn. Paris Island, S. C never to have read at all." Dizncy, Walter Clark, Co. L, 1st Beg. Hubbard, Lloyd, Camp Sheridan, Otlo R, lClh U. S. Aero Patin, Ralph, Y. M. C. A, Dcs Moines, Twiford. Twenty young people rushed at Montgomery, Ala. B. 128, Camp Dewey, Gt. Lakes, III. Squad. A. E. F. via. N. Y. P. M. Iowa. Dodson. C P, U. S. Naval Training Hiiir. Capt. E. W, Hdq. San. Tr, Wallace, E. E, 28lh Co, 7th nn. 159 the chanco lo visit the sick at the hospital, when called upon to do so. Pearson, Lcland E, 32nd C. 151 DeCamp Dix, X. J. Station, 1st Oth Co, Newport, B. I. D. B, Camp Taylor, Ky. pot It., Camp Meade, Md. Doolcy, John F, Supply Co, Cth Inf, Humphrey, R. R, 008 Aero Inf. Sqd, Washburn, Major James H, Annls- -l Isn't it good to. have so many young Christians ready and waiting to Perry, Penn, Camp Taylor, LouisChattagooga, Tenn. Aviation Camp. Waco, Texas. ton, Ala. servo their fellow men wherever ville, Ky. Douglas, Vco M, Ambulance Co. No. Hunter. Harry S, Ball. A. 110th F. Welsh, Preston F, U. S. Navy, Eng. duty calls them? If you want to A, 32nd Div. A. E. F.. via. N. Y, P. Perkins, U. S. S. Jenkins, Postmaster, Wells, E. J, U. S. S. Minneapolis, 2, Fort Logan, Houston, Texas. spend a happy time in preparation Now York City. M. Dun, Powell, "Some where in New York. for tho Master's work, come and join D. B. Camp Taylor, Ky. Hunter, Hlnton II., 108 Co, 8th Reg, Franco." Wheeler, Val, Camp Beauregard, La. tho merry crew at Christian EnPhelps, Glenn C, A. C. 21, Douglas, Wiley, Robert, Naval Radio School. U. S. Marine. Galveston, Texas. Duncan, Molvin, 22nd Squadron. deavor. Such were the proceedings Ariz. Hyllon, Charles, U. S. S. George Aviation Camp, Waco. Texas. 3 Shcpard St, Cambridge. Mass. Puckett. John Allen, Co. G. 140th Wiley, Lewis A, Naval Radio School, April 7. Early, Clinton, UOth Inf. Band, Camp ( Washington, Brooklyn. N. Y. Another meeting equally as good Inf, Camp Shelby, Miss. biiewy. iiaiuesmirg, miss. Imrie, LicuL N. A, 36 Coleman St, 3 Shcpard St, "Cambridge, Mass. if not better is expected April 14 at Rackley, Tloyd, Co. 30, 8th Reg, Wilson. Frank, U. S. N. Tr. Sta, NorEcclcs, William, Jr, X. A. Corps, 1'. London, England. the same time and place (Parish Bks. 812. Camp Decatur, Great S. N. Observatory, Washington. Imrie, Jack, 30 Coleman SL, London folk. Va. House, 0:15). "How to Enjoy Sunday" 111. Lakes, D. C. Wilson, J. Oscar, Marino Bar. Co. 72, is tho topic, with the referenco Isa. England. Edwards, John Paul, Band Master, Isaacs, CapL M. J, 320 F. A, Camp Raine, James Walt, Army Y. M. C. A, Paris Island, S. C. 58:5-1- 4, and the leaders will be Camp Shelby, Miss. 149th Inf. Band. Ilatticsburg. MUi. Wilson, Joseph A, U. S. N. T. S, Misses Bessie Curtis and Stella Taylor, Louisville, Ky. Edwards, Corp. Thomas, Jr, Co. M, Ison, Sgt. D. B, Camp Shelby. Miss. Reams, Robert, Inf. Co. D. Med. Tr. Co. 118. Xorfolk, Va. Hourigon. Will you bo there to Camp, Ft. Benj. Harrison, Ind. With Inf, Camp MacArlhur, Waco, Johnson, Corp. Clyde, 140 F. A. 41st Wiseman. Earl, U. S. S. Allan, P. M. spend, and Icarjj how to spend, your Redden. SergL E. A, FL Omaha, Texas. New York City. Division. A.E.F, via N.Y.P.M. Sundays? Edwards. Limit. Robert X, Aviation Johnson, Lambert, Co. I. 321st Inf., Omaha, Neb. Wolfe. L. D, 313 Aux. Reg. Sta. Vel. Va. Concentration Camp, Morrison. Reld. Harry B, 33 Aero Squad, A. Corps, Camp Shelby, Miss. Camp Jackson, Columbia, S. C. IN OUR OWN STATE Engle. Lieut. Stanley L, 35 Uh Inf.. Johnson. Stanley, Co. No. 45, Paris E. F. via N. Y. City P. M. Wolford, Capt. Luke P, 323rd M. G. (Continued from Page One) Camp Funston, Kans were in the city for tho occasion. Richardson, William K, Med. Dept, Ball., Camp Sherman, 0. Island, Port Boynl, S. C. Ernbcrg, Otto. 149th Inf. Band, Hat- - Johnson, Stove. U. S. N. Base HosFt. Sill, Okla. Young. C. Harvey. Fruilland, New Addresses were made by Mayor E.S. Hclburn, who is himself a promitiosburg, Miss. Rice, Augustus. Battlo Creek AmbuMexico, Forward. pital, Hamptop Roads, Va. nent coal operator, welcoming the Evnns, John F, 7th Casual Co, A. S. Jones, Elam, 214 Aero Squad, Park-fiel- d. lance Corps, Allentown, Pa. S. C, Vancouver Bks, Vancouver, Rilter, Corp. Henry A, Co .C, Fid. Any Information, such as more men to tho city and praising them Tenn. Wash. complete, address or additional for tho pleasant relations maintainSig. Bn, Camp Taylor, Ky. Jcnos. Simon, Co. B, 4flth Int. Fori. Fairchild. .las. T, 32 Co. 8th Bat, Reynolds, Taylor, Battle Creek Am- names for our honor roll aro wel- ed sinco the. recognition of tho I'enlamiu Harrison, Ind. union. Mayor Hclburn was followed lfiOth Depot Bgd, Camp Taylor. bulance Corps, Allcntown, Pa. Jenkins, Charles N- - Supply Co. 35 come. Help us make our Roll a com- by District President Van Bitlncr Ky. Roark, Edward. 18 F. A. Med. Dept, 322 Field Artillery, Camp Sherplete roster of Berea men in the ser- and the Hon. J. M. Robsion, candiFarmer. Frank, Camp Sherman. 0. Fort Bliss, Tex. man, ChilllcothH. (). Fenwlck, Leonard L, Camp Custer, vice, ono of value as well as ono of date for Congress from the Eleventh KolTer. Lieut. Albert H, A. S. S. C. Roberts, Dean Scott, U. S. S. NeI district. All the addresses emphaRiltle Creek. Mich. braska, 10th Div, Fortress Mon- which we are pro-jdCamp Dick, Dallas, Tex. sized the necessity of producing the Felton, Corp. Flavcl L, Co. "A" 55 Kelly, Burton, roe, Va. 0. M. Dept., Colum maximum amount of coal and the Inf, Camp McArthur, Waco, Tex.j bus, 0. Robertson, Jackson, Co. C, 23rd U. S. in order to win the Fielder, Leonard, Hdq. Detach. 159 Eng. A. E. F, France, via N.Y.P.M. GERMANY FURNISHES THE PROOF Killin, E. L, Co. C, 147 Inf, Montwar. Depot Brgd, Camp Taylor, Ky. j Robie, Carroll, Hdqr. Co. 149th Reg. gomery, Ala. ' Every development since our enFielder, William. Hdq. DiMach. 153 Kimball, Paul W.. 122 Service Sqd, Band, Camp Shelby, Hattiesburg, try into the war has justilled and University to Close on Its Regular Denot llrud- - Camn Tavlor. Ky. i Kelly Field, Miss. San Antonio. Texas. proved the wisdom, tho imperative Date I' tannery. Elmo, 08 Aero S. Squad,! Kincaid, Bradley, Co. E, 330th Inf., Robinson, Charles, Ft. Thomas, Ky. necessity of America's participaDr. Frank L. McVey, President of A. E. F, Via. New York P. M. Robinson. Fred, Hillsboro. 0, R. R. 2. tion. Every Gorman success and the University of Kentucky, in a letCamp Taylor, Ky. Flint, Sgt. Dorral A, Boss Carpen- Kitchen, Forward. Sam D, Lino I, Recruit. ter 0. M. Dept.. Now Bedford. Div, 1st Tr. Bgd, Kelley Field Robinson, James S, 01st Inf, Co. K, every German failure have shown ter to the beads of depaiments of how necessary to our own welfaro the University, staled that the UnMass. Charlotte, N. C. No. 1, S. San Antonio, Tox. Flint, Sgt. Sherman, Fort Hodman, Lewis Corp. Fred. II, C. A. C, 2nd Robinson, Miss Minnie Jane, Amb. and peace, how necessary to the iversity will continue until customary safety and peaco of tho world tho closing lime in June instead of closNew Bedford, Mass. Co., Base Hospital, Ft. Oglethorpe, defeat of Germany is. Every foot ing May 1 as was reported probable Co, Fort Sherman, C. 'A. Foster. Samuel, Amhulanco Corps, 13 Lewis, Hugh, Camp Sheridan, MontGa. of ground that Germany has been several weeks ago in State newi M. 0. T. C, Fort Biloy, Kans. gomery. Ala. Rogers, John L, "Over Thero." up, every foot of spaper. Any statement on tho subC.A.C, Lewis, No.ih, Co. L, 10th U. S. Inf, Rogers, William, Co. K. 1st Pioneer forced lo give Franklin, Harlan, 1st Co. laud she. has seized, havo demon- ject of an early closing unless auj Pigeon Point, Wilmington, Del. Inf., Camp Wadsworth, S. C. Fort Benj. Harrison, Ind. strated tho absolute necessity of de- thorized by President McVoy is not French. Mnrvin M, U. S. S. Poca- -' Linton, Leo S, Died at Camp Mac- - Rust, S. R, 305th M. G. Bat, Co. C, feating that sinster, intolerable to ho considered by University inhontas. P. M. Now York City. Camp Upton. N. Y. thing called Germanism. structors or students. Arthur, Texas, February 3, 1918. French. Ottis J., caro Naval Y. M. C Lockin, Earl W, Reg. A. Recruit De- Royse. Felix. Hdqr. Co. 330th Inf, A, 107 Sands St, Brooklyn. N. Y. Camp Taylor, Louisville, Ky. tach. Co. 0, Camp Taylor, Ky. Frost, Lieut. Cleveland, 541 F. A, Lynch, Sergt. Dora, 52nd Inf. Mili- Sapp, Claud, U. S. Naval Tr. Camp, Camp Funsten, Kansas. tary Branch. Chattanooga, Tenn. Portland. N. H. Fulks, Elliott L, Hdqr. Co. 149th Inf, Marcus, Charles, 112 Fid. Sig. Bn, Snndlin, Floyd, U. S. S. Nevada. Miss. llatllesburg, Postmaster, New York City. Co. C. Camn Sheridan. Alii. Gahbard, Serg. E. Blaine, Ambulance Martin, Sergeant Robert, Med. Dept., Sellers, Rudolph, Army Y. M. C. A, Corps No. 12, American Expedi1 Uh F. A- - Fort Sill. Okla. Camp Sherman, Chlllicotho, Ohio tionary Forces. Martin. Carlyle, Fort Lee, Peters Settle, Mark, First Madhine Co, Ft. Gahbard. John B, 330th Inf, C. E, burg, Va. Benj. Harrison. Ind. Camp Taylor, Ky. May, Bruce. Supply Co. 313. Q. M. C. Sharp, Dowey F, 22 Aero Squad, Gay, Colson, France, via Now York. X. A, A. E. F. via. New York. A.E.F, via New York City, P. M. Gibbs, Cecil, Camp Taylor, Ky. May, G. II, H7th Aero Squadron, Shortc, Serg. Braxton C, Co K, 148th Gibb, Warren, Camp Taylor, Ky. Inf, Camp Sheridan, Montgomery, Bark Field. Memphis, Tenn. Gillon. Boy, Co. L, 10th Inf, Ft. BcnJ. Mnrlow, George. Co. 2, Squad. 335, Ala, Harrison, I ml. Short, Sgt. Cyrus P, R. 0. T. C, Aviation, Ft. Thomas, Ky. Godbey, Cbauncey, Officers' Training CbntUmooga, Tenn. MeCann. Homer. Reg. 8. Co. 81, Great Camp, Ft. BcnJ. Harrison, Ind. Shorle, Serg. D. C, Co K, 148th Inf., Lakes, UI. nt-Wtthout Grillln. Lieut. Arloigh C, Fort An- MeCann, John. 309th Eng. Corps, Camp Sheridan. Montgomery, Ala. drews, Mass. Simpson, Green T, Corpus Christo. Camp Taylor, Ky. Griflln, Fleming B, M. D. Hdqs., Adv McComa9, Battle Creek Ambulanco Tex, Co. F, 5th U. S. Eng. Buy paint that you know is good paint that Pee, L. of C. A. K. F. Franco. Slagle, Dean, Electric. Div. DetachCo., Allcntown, Pa. there's no mystery about. On the back of every can Gross, Frank, Co. M. 4lh Inf, Gettysment Enlisted Specialists, Fort McGulre. Bon, France, E. F. Co. M, burg, Pa. of Hanna's Green Seal Paint you'll find tho exact forMonroe. Va. Oth Inf, Via. N. Y. Gross, Orvillo, Bccruit C. A. C, Fort McGuiro, Lee. U. S. Naval Iladio Slcmp, LlouL Alfred C, Bat. B. F. A, mula of its contents. Thus you take nothing for Molt, Salem. N. J. Camp Stanley, Leon Springs, Tox. School, 11. U, Cambridge, Mass. granted in buying Green Seal. It tells you just what llnckett, H. W, 3rd Plat, 13 U. Co. MeGuiTey, William, U. S. S. Missis- Smith, Frcderlo L, 321 Field HospiS. 317, Ft. Thomas, Ky. goes to make up its ingredients. tal, Barracks A. 3. Camp Jackson, Master, New York sippi, caro Post Hall, Lieut. John, M. 0. Co. 53. MilColumbia, S. G. City, Div. X. itary Branch, Chattanooga, Tenn. McKay. Lieut. Walter H, Medical Smith, I. W Co. 310, U. 8. Amb. Haley, Corp. Earl D, Ord. Depot, 38th Co, Camp Dix, Trenton, N. J. Corps, American Expeditionary Div, Camp Shelby, Hattiosburg, Smith, W. J. P.. Onicor's Training Forces. Miss. Camp, Porto Rico. MoMullln, Samuel. 159th Inf, Camp Halzak, George, U. S. Gen. Hosp. No Sparks, Cloyd, Camp Shelby, Miss, Shelby, Ilatticsburg, Miss. good-looki7 noland Park, Baltimore, Md. is the paint that expert Menzio, Leonard. 120th Co., 1st Rep. ftponco, Sgt. E. L, Co. I, 18th Inf. A. Hart. Lieut. Joseph, Camp Taylor, E. F, via. K. Y. P. 0. Bat. U. S. M. A. E. F, N. Y, City painters prefer. Try it. Louisvillo, Ky. Spence, Sgt. W. F, 4th C, 1st T. P. M. Barrel, Gordon, 10th Inf. Med. Dpt., Miller. Robert E, Mason's Co. 1, Bn.. Camp Taylor, Ky. Sold By Fort Benjamin Harrison, Ind. Camp Johnston, JarKsonvlllo. Fla. Spink, Corp. Paul. 1st Co. Military Harrison, Creed 0, U. S. S. So. Da- Morgan, Reuben, Camp Pollco, Camp Lccan, Houston, Tox. Taylor, D. CLARKSTON, Berea, Kentucky kota. P. M. Now York City. Spurlock, Goodloo, U. S. S. Bealo Louisville, Ky. OWEN McKEE be-lio- ve 1 K-1- , . Mystery Hanna's Green Seal good-wearing, J. You Can Go To School Thi Spring If You Think You can Page Six. THK CITIZEN April II, 1018. MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spence, Farm Demonstrator and Special Investigator COOPER ADVISES MORE CROPS SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE 1st Door HOME DEPARTMENT Conducted by Miss Margaret Oizncy, Director of Home Science HOW MAY WE SATELY USE THE FLOUR SUBSTITUTES? The United Hlates Food Administration is sending out suggestions every week for instructors In Homo Kconomics, showing how wo may substitute the less expensive foods It. 75 Thomas P. Cooper, Dean of tin College of Agriculture and Director of the Kentucky Experiment Station, in an address as honor guest at tup Lexington Rotary Club's Farmer' Day luncheon held March 18, discussed the food situation and the important part the farmer will take in winning tho war. Dean Cooper told of a conference ho had recently attended at Washington to consider ways and means Don't run a risk by planting un hy which food production may be tested seed corn. greatly increased. At this conference ho said information developed Test your seed com or buy it al showing that the food situation is ready tested. moro serious than is generally recognized. The people of Poland and lets Corn is king of all crops Serbia are starving. It is estimated keep it so by testing. thai since the war at least three and a half millions of Poles have starvWHAT A FARMER THINKS Or THE ed. Greece is facing starvation. SEED CORN SITUATION Great Britain, France and Italy aro Hansford, Ky., living from hand to mouth, both April 5, 1018. with respect to the civil population Dear Mr. Spence: and the army. Your letter is at hand and note There is an urgent demand for what you say about tho seed corn moro food for our Allies. The nor situation. Will say it is bad hen mal consumption of wheat in this country, Dean Cooper said, is forty I think tbero is plenty of seed corn to do the planting but fear that millions of bushels a month. The here going present prospect is that this must a good .many people are right to and think their seed corn is all be reduced to 15 millions if we un testing it or buyto furnish the supplies for our own plant it without urging troops and our Allies, that the sit- ing corn that is tested. I am everybody to lest their corn and get uation demands. He declared Hint ready for sale. tho farmers responded readily Iat it Yours truly, year by increasing the crop acreage Wm. Bullock. to the amount, of twenty millions oT acres. "Wo increased our pork exports about C0 and the movement BOYS' AGRICULTURAL CLUB now on foot to increase the pork All boys who have not sent in to produce good supply promises their names and.addrcsscs to County results. Wo increased our beef ex Agent Slicncc as club members for ports last year 170 and at the same IP18 must do so at once. Applicatimo made a slight increase in the tions for membership will close supply." May 1. Dean Cooper urged the import More of our boys should tako up ance of the largest possible acreage Hiia Mnli ti.nrV Tmrn linva fnp pnr, in food and feed crops this year.) (,eng poutpy( nnd UlJn(f8 ,hat can Ho urged that farmers take a chance bo done in town. Country boys for on the necessary labor and declared corn, pigs, calves, potatoes, etc. that it is the duty of the business Poultry should be raised both in with farm- town and country. community to ers to procure the necessary labor Only 150 members are wanted; the supply. The way must be found, number has been almost reached. he said; to uso every available man. A few more can join yet. Belter get to prevent any idlers or loafers on in at once, boys. tho streets in the towns and cities. On account of tho transportation system, it is highly important that Clover Bottom April 7, 19IH. the greatest possible amount of crops be produced. . Mr. Ilobt. F. Spence, County Agent, Berea, Kv Dear Mr. Spew : I still want to remain in the eliiu FARMERS' MEETING The Board of Agricultural D- and help win the war. Your club member, irectors with the farmers of southern Nelson Hurst Madison will meet in Bcrea Satur- beef-cattl- day afternoon, April 20, for a very important discussion I.ABOH. Each director is asked to look over his section and be ready to givo somo report of the labor. This question is a big one and should be taken up at once. Don't forget to come to this meeting and bring any suggestion that will help the labor question. At the meeting will be n where better place to discus. it all farmers can get the benelt of it Hour, fat, X .1 tbsp.; salt, Buckwheat tbsp.; salt, c; sub, substitution liquid, 2 1 1 B.Pn 0 tsp.; c; tsp. liquid, B.P., 0 tsp Berea's Vocational Schools moneyrnlng power, oombined with Training that adds to your general education. FOR YOUNG MEN Agriculture, Carpentry, Bricklaying, Printing, Commerce and Telegraphy. FOR YOUNG LADIES Home Science, Dreasmakiaf, Cooking, Nursing, Stenography and Typewriting. 2nd Door Berea's Foundation School General Education for those aot far advanced, combined with some vocational training. No matter what your present advancement, we can put you with others like yourself and give chance for most rapid progress. l.p. I). 75 for the very expensive ones. The substitution liquid, I c. plen still conies to every house- Hour. c; sub., Hie.; B.P., 0 tsp.; wife to bo saving of llirco things, fill. Jl Ibsp.; salt I lsp. wheat, Hour, aninml fat and sugar, Cooked Cerials If cakes aro to he used at all in 25 Substitution ware time, only very simplo ones i. Rico should be made, substituting as far Liquid, 3T.; Hour, 2c; sub., IWc. n possible. It. P. 0 lsp.; fat, .1 Ibsp.; salt, I Up. A. Tor wheat, other cereal (lours. fat, .'I I A. 50 substitution Hour, liar.; sub., Ic; lo.. ; 3rd Door Berea's English Academy Course For those who aro not oxpecting to teach and who are not goiag thru College and desire more general education. It also gives the best general education for those who wish a good start in study and expert to carry it on by themselves 4th Door Berea's Normal School This gives the best training for those who expect to teach. Courses are so arranged that young people can teach through the summer and fall and attend school through the winter and spring, thus earning money to keep right oa in their course of study. Head Dinsmore's great book, "How to Teach a District School.' 5th Door Berea's Preparatory Academy Course This is the straight road to College best training in Mathematics. Science, Languages, History and all preparatory subjects. The Academy is now Berea's largest department. For Animal fat, vegetahlo fat. For Sugar Reduce the amount of sugar. Use 14 sugar and 't rorn sirup. (Note. If sirup Is used in sulll-efequantity to make cako sweet, It also malics it heavy. When sirup is used, (he addition of raisins, citron, nnd other fruits Increase sweetness. Honey, Maple sirup and molasses also in special cases. Proportions for War Cakes: Sponge Cakes 1'or substitutes for wheat Hour. rue, corn, potatoes, ami Imrley Hours may be used alone or in eom- hiiiation in nmouuts eiinnl to the weight of the wheat Hour. (or the one etip or Hour In sponge cake (a make tlu following sub H. (3. nt 5. Rolled Uats Liquid, none,; Hour, 2c; sub., I Vic. H.l, 0 tsp.; fat, 3 tbsp.; salt, I tsp. 0. Mashed Potato Liquid, none,; Hour, 2c; sub, IV&e :' B. P, 0 tsp.; fal, 3 Ibsp.; salt 1 tsp. With cooked cereals, lho dough will seem lo be (oo kIIIT, hut no additional liquid should be added unless drop blscuils are made. B. Principles and proportions in pastry are similar to thoso in bir- culls except that n larger proportion of ful is used. Oenornl Proportions A. Plain Pastry Liquid, uiuounl variable; fal, Vic; (lour, lo.; sail, tftsp. It. Rich ' variable; fal, stitutions: I A. Potato Hour cup H. Barley (lour II cups. C. Corn Hour, line corn meal 1 6th Door Berea College v This is the crown or the whole Institution, and provides standard courses in all advanced subjects. To tho A Temporary Rain in Board Is forced by war conditions. regular price of board as advertised In the catalog will be added this year, for young ladies, ten cents a week, and for young men, twenty cents. This adds $3.60 to tho year's expenses for girls, and 17.20 for boyt but still leaves the cost half that at other schools and "cheaper than N staying at home." PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental fee and room rent Installments are as follows: hy the liTin. bard by the half term. SPRING TERM ACA1IKMV AND NORMAL $ COO COO cup ont (lour, cup rico Hour (rice ground.) K. Oat and corn Mi cup oat Hour, eup rorn (lour. All of lheu are emml (o tOOK sub- dilution by weight. Variation of Proportions in Tlain I). Oat and rice Vt Cakes A. By reference to weights of Tenderness of pastry depends, I. Upon amount ami kind of fal used. 1 Upon amount Of water tin' smaller (he quantity of water used the more lender will )m the erusl. 3. Upon the handling of the dough: too much or ti'o heavy kneading toughens tho pastry. Oatmeal, the food of the hniwn Scot, contains 15 per cent of protein and 7.2 per cent of fat while wholewheat Hour contains only 13.8 per cent of protein and 1.9 per cent or faL pastry- - liquid, amount Me.; Hour, Ic; salt, Me. Hour substitutes given in muflln Expenses for Boys VOCATIONAL ANI SCHOOLS FOUNIIATION CULLKUK Incidental Room reo Board, 5 weeks ... , Amount due March 27, 19i9.. Board 5 week, iluc May . . . . 7.75 '2550 Total for Term Expenses for Girls ? 5.00 Incidental Fee 1 5.00 5.00 7.75 17.75 3 7.00 COO 7.75 19.75 7.75 27.50 COO COO 7.75 20.55 7.75 28.50 7.00 COO Room Board. 5 weeks Amount due March 27, Board 5 weeks due May Total for Term 191-s- 1.... 5.00 7.25 17.25 7.25 7.25 19.25 7.25 7.25 20J25 7.25 2150 2C50 27.W THE NEW LOAD LIMIT LAW By Rodman Wiley, Commissioner, Department of Public Roads, Frankfort Practically every stalo in the Union that has any roads has laws regulating tho weight that can be hauled on certain width of tires. The 1918 session of tho Legislature has passed a law which limits tho load that can be hauled on any kind It is practically the of vehicle. same law that is in effect in all states that have laws on the subject. No one is required to purchase a new wagon but simply to limit tho loads hauled on the wagons they now possess. On wagons the following amounts ran be hauled depending on thj width of tire. Tho amount includes the load and also the weight of tho vehicle: 1 3000 pounds inch tires 1 3500 pounds inch tires iOOO pounds inch tires 2 4100 pounds inch tires 4800 pounds 2Mj inch, tires torn quotations are: white ear 5200 pounds 2 inch tires 75c0$l.4O. yellow car 65c01.3O, mix 5000 pounds 3 inch tires eu ear (&c0$i.35. 3V4 inch tires 0000 pounds Butter, Egos and Poultry. C100 pounds 3 inch tires Butter Whole milk creamery extras 3 0800 pounds inch tires 4Cc, centralized creamery extras 4314c, 1 7200 pounds arsis uc. inch tires kggs Prlmo firsts 33c, firsts 32c, Abovo 4 inches add 100 pounds for each quarter of an inc., in width of, out llro' lots Is prohibited by authority o Food It is easily seen that more pres- - Administrator Hoover rrom February sure is allowed than i3 produced by U to May l. Broilers, under 2 lbs, 40c; "8 2 a twelve ton road roller in building chickens, ,.band ver. 3,5rc: roasting 1 lbs and over, 35c; roosters, -- ....,1 ! ' The bill also limits to 800 pounds, Live stock Shippers nor ineh width of tiro tho amount1 Cattle ilo 5041)18.755 butcher steers, extra that can bo hauled on motortrucks K00d t0 cholc 10.60&)11,$11.5012.60, Common tO iwililm.Jl with rubber lirw As nn falr 17i60ey,0. heifers, extra $11 a muim- - irui-- is hiuiii-- , ii.uuupio, ii .ib, good to cholco $10.25011, con ped with tires llvo Inches wide 10 "ion to fair $7,50010; extra $911, thousand pounds could bo hauled food to choice $8.50 (&!). common to fair . . .. rnnnnra tR f.nST,7 inptorn nm .1 mourning tno weight or tiie trucK.( jee(lo78 Moro is allowed on rubber tiros than Calves Kxtra $16, fair to good on steel tires because rubber tires 12.50& 15.75, common and large $7 beini; moro or less soft aro not so de-- 1 ,... .... ...f. . . a ui, structivo provided the vehiclo is not cholco $10010.50, common to fair $9 driven loo fast. Tho law also that trucks cannot bo operated at a greater speed than II f teen miles Pneumatic Shoulder Pads. per hour nnd when the weight To aid men to curry heavy burden is in excess of six tons tho speed must be reduced to eight miles per on their bucks un KnglUhmuu has invented shoulder pads, hour with iron tires and twelvo! air theypneumaticbeing equalized (lie contuln by a miles per hour with rubber tires. central reservoir. This does not include the dollar deposit nor money for nooks or laundry. Tho speed of automobiles shall Special Expenses in Addition to Incidental Fee Business miles per not exceed twenty-liv- e hour. '.ill Winter Persons violating any of the pro- Stenography and Typewriting 1 10.00 114.00 112.00 subject to a Bookkeeping (brief visions of the Act are 14.00 10X0 1240 course) line of not less than 15 nor mon Bookkeeping (regular course) 6.00 7.00 0.00 than $100 and it is the duty of the Business course for students Courts and all peace Olllcers to en ia other deportments: force tho law and when the Olllcers, 0XX) Stenography 10.50 7.50 when properly informed, fail to en Typewriting, with one hour's force tho law they are subject tt use of instrument 5.00 7.00 0.00 a line of not less than 50 nor more Com. Law, Com. Geog, Com. 100. than Arith., or Penmanship, each .. 2.10 1.80 1.50 All lines go to the credit of tin county or th In tin ease will special Business Fees exceed 815.00 per term. road fund in the d young man or young woman caa get an education Any street fund in the city or village depending upon where the offence at Berea if there is the will to do aa is committed. If it is Impossible for any young man or young woman to bo in school the full year, by all means they should enter for a course during tho winter and spring terms. CINCINNATI MARKETS. Flour, Hay and Grain. The public schools will close about Christmas and tho teachers Flour Winter patent $10.90011.35, hard patent $11011.50; rye flour, and advanced pupils should not bo Idle through the long winter months but should be studying in Berea whero the best education can Northwestern blended $12.50012.75. Hay No. 1 timothy $29030.50. No, be gotten for least money. 2 $27029. No. 1 clover mixed $20,500 28, No. 2 $24 0 26, No. 1 clover $17.50 Applicants must bring or send a testimonial showing that they art 020, above 15 years old, in good health and of good character. This may bf Oats No. 2 white 94 V4 095c. stand' signed by some former Berea student in good standing or some rellablt ard white 94094&C, No. 3 whlto 93 094c, No. 2 mixed 9O&091&C, No. 3 teacher or neighbor. The use of tobacco is strictly forbidden. able-bodie- lesson, vnry the proportions for plain or rich cake, using the cereal Hours in amounts ranging from 50 to 100".. Canadian War Recipe 2 cupfuls brown sugar.( Sub. Yi cupful molasses, 1 cup ktro.) 2 cupfuls hot water. (Sub lard. 2 tablespoonfuls tablespoonfuls corn oil.) I lb. seedless raisins. ;(f"cedcd raisins make cako richer.) I teaspoouful salL I (easpoonful cinnamon. I teaspoouful cloves. (Sub. 3 cupfuls :i cupfuls Hour. barley (lour.) Boil all except Hour for live min utes alter bubbling begins. When cold, add one grtuit teaspoouful of soda dissolved in one teaspoon- ful of hot water. When cool, stir in flour. Bake in two loaves for forty-liv- e minutes in slow oven This rake is better if allowed to ago a few days or a week before using. Frostiugs add greatly lo the eoi. sumption of sugar. Conservation iueaiires ask us to wither omit icing altogether, or before baking, spriugle the cake lightly with a mixture of spice and sugar. Purpose To show the use of wheal Hour For information or friendly advice write to the Secretary, MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Ky. RECRUITS FOR THE NAVY lislments were being made daily from Kentucky alone. , VntoTd h ....... jth spo-citl- cs and Paducah, received orders day to enroll as many men as pos- siblo In tho U. S. Navy Reserve Force, thirty were sent away 1 mediately for un hnstern 'irabuns; Station, but most men enrolled I'l ho near future will have to bo to thoir homes nt Govern- mont expense to uwuit a call to nctlvo duty. About Tour hundred nioii waiting for call in Kentucky will leave on April 1st for training iu the Mast. For several weeks, enlistments from the whole stulo of Kentucky were limited to 25 per week, din to tho authorized complement of tho Navy being (Hied. Another in crease lias been made. Tho recruiting olllcos havo been Hooded with applicants since, enlistments havo been cut to 25 a week. When that order was received, over 100 en-- ! n-- Lieutenant J. II. Teach, in charge Lieutenant Teach states that men of the Kentucky Recruiting District, going in the Naval Reserve for with olllcos at Louisville, Lexing- general service have practically the ton, Covington, Ashland, Ovvensboro samo duty and status as the men of to- biscuits and pastry. General Proportions for Biscuits Liipnd lo be determined: Hour. I eup; fat, I thsp,; B. P.. 2 tsp.; salt, ', tsp. It. U.--e the substitutes available in your locality, choosing one of each type, and using that entirely, or with an equal amount of Hour. Flours, corn, rice, barley, buckwheat; meals, corn, oatmeal; whole eerials, rolled oats, rice. Proportions for either drop or moulded biscuits as much as 75 to 100 of (he Hour and meal sub stitutes may be used. (Makes Suggested substitutions. It medium biscuits.) I. Barley 75 substitution liipiid. I cup; Hour, e.; sub., .'I o.; It. P f 0 Lsp.; rat. .1 (lisp.; ball. I tsp. 2. Coriimeal (sifted.) A. 50 substitution liquid, I c.; (lour, 1V6 p.; sub.v I Mi c.; B.P., 0 tsp.; fat, .'i tbsp.; salt, 1 tsp. substitutes in baking-powd- er '.., tho Regular Navy, one advantago for ing ns pleasant ns possible tho task lho Hc.scrvo bog ti,at wi,e a , ,.,..,. i1(1m nf, ,. - of the American citizen to llnd out 8ont what his Federal taxes aro and bow tlon ()f his pay g0C!j 0l n,i , ,,,, ,1V nnvernment for to pay them. 111.i,wi ,l( nxP,.,.. fmir vnnr Tho internal-revenu- e olllcers are instructed to inform the taxpayer c,irIlieill. Tho ago for mmettl 8 H t a",. Men under 30 of all his rights, to require of him ..iii,,,,. p,iiicn rnloaso from not 1 cent moro than the law de,lruft ,)0ai,, op n bpH cortillcato mands, while at the same timo seUI,j curing for the Government all that 8,KI)0(1 ,)y puronl or guniU witnessed by a Postmaster, Mlnistei justly is duo It. It is estimated Merchant or Recruiting Agent. that 7,000,000 American citizens will pay income taxes this year a great increase POLITE, FAIR, AND from the few hundred thousand HELPFUL Courtesy, square dealing, and ser- heretofore paying such taxes. Tho work of estimating and colvice uro required by tho Internal Rovenuo Bureau of its tliousands lecting taxes from such a great of employees who aro aiding in tho, number of citizens is one of great of war revenues. A magnitude, and that It should bo collection manuul has been sent out for ilono fairly nnd without friction I.) their uso with the purpose of mak un achievement worth much effort. The total fuel value per pound oi oatmeal is IHII, while that of wheat is only 10.10. Barley coiiUilns 105 per cent of protein and 241 per cent of fat. and has a (olal fuel value per pound of H503. only slightly let than that of wheal.' Only n small amount of oat Hour is now manufactured in the country, there having been no demand for it except for medicinal purposes. An increas ed demand would increase tho supply, and meantime oatmeal can ln used iu its stead. War Broad yeast cake dissolved in ouo-hu- lf eup lukewarm water. 2 cups milk scalded and cooled. 2 eups lukewarm water. level (easpoonful salt. Mix then add slowly 2 cups rye Hour. 2 cups com meal. Beat hard for live minutes, add enough wheat Hour to make a dough. Potato Bread IVi cups tightly packed mashed potatoes. 2V cups wheat Hour. "i tablespoonfiil sugar. I tablespoonfiil warm water. Vt yeiLst cake. Make dough as usual. Let rise at a temperature of HH degrees. Cut down, let rise for 15 minutes. Mold into loaf, put in pan, let rise until double in bulk at temperaturo of 88 degrees, then bake for 45 minutes in an oven at a temperature of A5 This makes one loaf weigh ing om pound, one ounce. Rolled Oats Bread etips rolled oats. cups white Hour. teaspoouful salt. tcnspooufuls shortening, cup boiling water, i cup brown sugar, i eup lukewarm wnter. yeast cake. Pour boiling wnter over the roll ed oats, cover and let stand until lukewarm. Dissolve tho yexst cake and sugar in half cupful lukewarm water in which it has been sweP-iuBeat well, add enough Hour to make a dough, also add salt. Let rise until it doubles in bulk. Mold into two loaves iu pans, let rise again until double In bulk and baku minutes. 1 1 de-greet. g. ,k GERMAN FACTORIES MAKE WOODEN SOLES FOR SHOES ed . Thero are now IH0 (lrms employed in Germany in (he maniifacturo of whole-wood soles for new footwear with an output of 400,000 pairs weekly. Beechwood has boon chiefly used, but any hardwood, with tho oxepllon of oak, will servo equally well. Of tho German boot and shoo factories which wero in existence before the war only 400 aro now at work; of these 25 per cent aro working for tho army administration alone, 25 per cent aro employed in connection with tho inajiufacturo of gloves and similiar articles, mid tho remaining 50 per cent havo tho task (f meeting tho civilian boot and shoo requirements. Time is Your Fortune Don't Waste it ! nrll 1!.10l. TUB OITIZBN Pnuo Seven. . SUNDAY SCHOOL Lesson 3. Second Quarter, 21, 1918. April Resisting the Devil Dy REV. JAMES M. GRAY, D.D. Vnaot Montr nibUInilltate, Chicago 0K000000400000 STAR FAMOUS OPFRA IN PATRIOTIC ROLE ! ooooooooooooo Uncle Sam's (Rneclal Food Lessons Information Bervlce U. & narlment of Acrlculture.) DO YOU KNOW OATMEAL? De- THE INTERNATIONAL SERIES 10 Text of the Lesson, Mark 9:2; (Conducted by National Council of the Hoy Remits of America.) m - j Memory Verse, Rom. 8:18 Golden Text, Mark 9:7 Commentary Pre. pared by Rev. D. M. Stearns. the Devil and he will flee from you. James 4:7. THXT-IIm- UI Of course, you know It Is n good brenkfast food, but It Is even better fixed up for dinner or supper. It makes-Exce- llent existence, Whether It 1e In reference to our Lord himself or to hix follower, suffering always lend to Glory, mid (he (llory In set before un nil un Incentive d to patient sulTcrlng. Tho prophets of tho sufferings of Christ mid the Glory thnt Miould follow (1 l'et. 1 11). He mild to the two on the wuy to Emmtiti, "Ought not Christ to Imvo suffered these things nnd to enter Into his glory?" (Luke 21:20). Tlio Joy net before him helped him to enduru hln own cross (Hcb. 11;10, I'd; ltoin. 8:18). Now oh he spoko of Ills own and his disciples' sufferings, he nlso spoke of his coming In Glory, hiiiI snlil llinf Bmnn rif lw.n llafjtnttu to mm should not liisto or iientii till they lind seen the Kingdom of God cutno with power (Murk 8:33; 0:1; compnro MntL 10:27, 28 nod I.ukc 27). Tho account of his following Immediately lifter thnt statement In ench of the nnd Peter's testimony In 2 l'et. 1:111-18-, mnko It unmistakably clear to me thnt the events of the transits-oratio- n were whnt lie referred to In Mnrk fl:l; nnd tho threo disciples, Peter, Jnmes nml John, nctunlly nw I that Kingdom In mlnlnture. They f went up Into n high mouutnln, nnd ns he prayed his nppenrnnce chnnged ns described: Ills fuco did shine ns the sun, nml his raiment beenmc white us siinw. Compare the account In each Then Gospel and also Iter. 1:1.1-10- . Moses nnd Elijah appeared, nnd talked with him of his approaching denth In Jerusalem. The three disciples were heavy with sleep, hut when they were nwnko they saw his Glory nnd the two men who stood with him. l'eter not knowing what he sn'd. talked of making threo tabernacles, one for tho Lord l, Jpsus, one for Moses nnd one for for he felt thnt It was so good to be Uicrv. While l'eter spake, n cloud ovundindowcd them, nnd n voice out of tho cloud snld: "This Is my beloved Son, In whom I nm well When the plensod, hear yo him." cloud was passisl they saw no man any moro snve Jesus only with themNow consider tills, nnd pre selves. il the glory which was ever In thnt body, shining forth ns It will when he hhnll come iiguln. Sec Moses representing the risen saints, for no doubt ho had his resurrection body (Jude 0), nnd Elijah representing the translated saints, nnd the three disciples representing Israel In the flesh, nnd nil together they represent the center of the Kingdom of God or of henven yet to be set upon this earth, when Christ shall reign with his saints, nnd n redeemed Israel shall bo the earthly center n blessing to nil tuitions. This Is tho resurrection consummation for which we wait nnd to which wo nro ever moving onward, nnd ns wo consider this we shall be chnnged or trnnstlgnred (for the word l the same In 2 Cor. :i:18; Itnm. 12:2) by the renewing of our minds ns we by f tilth behold his Glory, Relng n resurrection event, may bo tho reason why he told them not to siwnk of It until he should be risen (John 20:0). How his patience should tench us to ho pntlent with thoo who nre slow to hflllc've tho truths pet before them. Tho npponrlng of Elijah led them to Inquire nbout his coming ngnln nccord-Into Mai. 4:5. (1, nnd he gave u two-folreply, to tho effect thnt he hud ul ready mmo In the person of John the Baptist, who enme In the Spirit nnd power of Elijah, hut being rejected, tho renl Hlljuh would truly Mntt. como In due time (vss. 17:10-13What John the Ilaptlst wns to the 11 ret coming of Christ, flie real Elijah will bo to his second coming, after tho church has been caught up, and will no doubt bo ono of tho witnesses of Itevelntlon, 11. Ah they enmo down from tho moun-tnl- n tho next day they found tho rest of tho disciples unnhlo to deal with a young man who was possessed by u demon, nnd had been so from childhood. Tho father of tho boy sold to Jesus, "If thou canst do nnythlng, hnvo compassion on us, nnd help us." tes-tiltetrans-figuratio- n Gos-h1Ell-lulpre-pnreg d 11-1.). Thero ore two spiritual kingdoms In the kingdom of light nnd The Hoy Scouts of America has n tho kingdom of membership of 205,703 hoys properly darkness, nnd registered In 13,787 'troops, with 3 they nro In conmen council members nml troop tinued, universal committeemen and scoutmasters. and deadly anIf all tho scouts nnd their lenders tagonism. At the were In one city, then "Scout City" head of ono Is would rank eighteenth lu the United Christ nnd ut the States. This is larger than Minneapobend of the other lis and almost as largo us Newark or Satan. Tho prin- New Orleans. cipal Held of op--v The registered boy scouts alone rations of these could almost fill a city ranking with king-dom- s opposing Indlanupolls or Kansas City, nml more Is tho huthan enough for St. Paul. man heart. Counting the million or more scouts Kntan cannot be who hnvo received during tho past n t eight years the benefit of the scout everywhere once In his own program nnd who have entered man's person : but his estate, the Hoy Scouts of America messengers arc legion, which makes It could move bodily Into n deserted practically true of him that ho Is Cleveland and Ilostou und there would ubiquitous, nttncklng us both by sug- bo a scout to represent every man, gestions of evil within nnd solicita- wnmnn or child nmong the former Intions to evil without. Ills agents nro habitants of both cities, or almost not only demons, hut had men nnd enough to till I'hllndclphla. women, bnd literature, bad amuseThere lire 10,000,000 boys who could ments, bnd habits, bad examples, und Iw scouts It there weru men lenders n when we ure resisting these we uro re- enough. When the nationwide sisting him. of the Itoy Scouts of America (1) The best time to resist him Is nt for scout lenders Is over, It Is expectthe beginning of tho temptntlon, when ed that there will be room In the scout we nre nt our strongest and the temp- organization for 2,000,000 duly registation nt Its weakest point. For exnm-pi- tered boys. "Scout City" then might hnve wc ever known n drunkard well be ns large as Chicago. The who became one nil at oncu? Did not scouts would overrun Uie several the deceitful habit creep over his fac- states. ulties 'by slow degrees until at last It Tho "boy power" of this nation Is n controlled hlm7 How many Intent pas- mighty thing. The organized boyhood sions nro there In the humun breast of America Is one of Its greatest which never would see the light were forces. It not for the apparently accidental that tlrst made them known NATION-WIDSCOUT SALUTE. to us7 This suggests the carefulness books with which we should select the The big event each year In the calwo read as well us the society In endar of the Hoy Scouts of America Is which we mingle. Anniversary week. This Is observed (2) The temptations of Satan will be each year from February 8 to 12, Infelt most powerfully at our weakest: clusive. This time It marks the eighth point, und each one of us has that unnlversury of the organization, which ,w.l,it lu n ir,1llirtlnn tmvnnls now has n federal charter. some special sin or error. At 8:15 o'clock on the night of FebGambling Is nn example of what Is ruary 8 the 203.000 scouts nil over the meant, since there Is In ulmost every country, wherever they were, rose nnd heurt u desire to possess riches, and It stood nt sulute and repeated the scout requires only n slight bend In this cur- oath nnd renewed ullegtuuce to the rent to turn the youthful mind nwuy ling. from honest labor and healthful occuGreetings were cnrrled to families pation. Some wise man has said, "The with members In service. Flowers wuy the tide of man's constitution were sent to sick people lu hospltuls runs, that wuy the wind of temptation and In private families. Calls were blows." made on local I ted Cross chapters, (3) The devil often tempts us where war savings committees or other ugen-cle- s wc least expect It, nnd where we think doing war emergency work, with ourselves least liable to fall. Abra- an ofTer of scont und serham's name Is n synonym for faith, und vice. When-ove- r yet he fell through unbelief. wo fcpeak of patience wc think of A CALL TO DUTY. Job, and yet Job "cursed his duy." Moses was meek above nil the men which were on the earth, nnd yet his 78,-87cum-pulge, THE SIZE OF "SCOUT CITY" puddings. Wholesome bread and cooklei. An appetizing soup for a cold day. Baked dinner dish In place of meat To cook ontmeul, stir slowly two cupfuls of rolled oats Innnd one-hato Ave cupfuls of boiling wnter which teaspoon-ful- s hns In It two nnd one-haof salt. Cook for one hour or mm nlrtltt In n flrmlitn lifiltnr fir flro- less cooker. This will serve five peo ple. If you want It for two meais, cook twice tho ninount to snve time-anfuel. Delicious Oatmeal Puddings. Do you know thnt ontmenl mnkes delicious puddings nnd other good lf lf things? Try one when you hnvo a light ner or supper. din- Oatmeal Betty. Two cupfuls ontmeul. Four apples cut up small. Onc-hncupful raisins. i One-hal- f cupful sugar. teaspoonful cinnamon. hour. Mix and bnko for one-bnServe hot or cold. Any dried or fresh may tiernlditie I'nrriir, one of the most fruits, dates, or ground peanuts prominent American operatic stars. Is be used instead of upples. Either will servo five people. n patriotic war worker. She Is a memScotch Soup. ber of the Stag Women's War Relief With bread nnd dessert It Is enough Society and she enn be found nt headquarters practically every day working for lunch or supper. quarts wat- - one f Two nnd for the soldiers and sailors, who nre cupfuls rolled oats. lighting democracy's buttle. Sho Is nnd Five potutoes cut In small pieces. shown lu this photograph operating a sewing machine, nnd sho Is nn udept Two onions, sliced, two tablespoon-ful- s flour. on this machine nnd turns out excelTwo tnblespoonfuls fnt lent work. This wonderful Htnr Is only Roll the water nnd add the oatmeal, one of the hundreds of famous stage tablespoon-- , women who nre devoting u great deal potnto, and onion, tenspoonful of their time to war work. ful of salt nnd onc-hnhour. Rrown pepper. Cook for one-hnthe flour with the fat and ndd to the RED CROSS THRIVES soup. Uook until mien, une cupiui ui tomato adds to the flavor. Serves flvo UPON EMERGENCIES people. Oatmeal Bread Is delicious with all meals try IL One cupful milk or water, one Wonderful Efficiency Shown by lf One-fourt- h lf one-halone-quartone-hnlf lf lf pnn until the size Is doubled. Rake In n moderate oven for CO minutes. Makes one lonf weighing ono nnd pounds. Spiced Oatmeal Cakes. Tho whole family will llko these, ancl they aro easily made. f cupfuls flour. One and One-hncupful cooked ontmenl, cupful sugar. cupful raisins, tenspoonful soda. tenspoonful baking powder. f One-hntenspoonful cinnamon. Three tnblespoonfuls fnt, onfrquar-te- r cupful molasses. Heat the molnssjs nnd fnt to boiling. Mix with nil the other mnterlals. Rake In mufTln pnns for 80 minutes. Thin makes 12 cakes. Especially crisp nnd good ns well as cheap nre : Scotch Oat Crackers. Two cupfuls rolled oats. cupful milk, cupful molosses. tnblespoonfuls fat One nnd onc-hnteaspoonful soda. One tenspoonful salt Grind or crush the oats nnd mix with the other materials. Roll out In n thin sheet nn 1 cut In sqnnrcs. Hake for 20 minutes In n moderate oven. Mnkes threo dozen crackers. Instead of meat, cook this nppetli-In- g dlsh for your family: Baked Oatmeal and Nuts. Two cupfuls cooked oatmeal. One cupful crushed peanuts. One-hncupful milk. One tenspoonful vinegar. teaspoonful pepper. tenspoonfuls salt. Two nnd Mix together nnd bake In n greased pnn 15 minutes. This Is enough for flvo people. Oatmeal Is a good, Inexpensive, nutritious food. one-hnllf one-quarOne-quartone-quart-er Onc-hnllf One-quartone-quart- er lf One-quartlf One-quart- er one-hn- lf Making Excuses. ul Organization in Handling Work in France. Emergencies nre whnt the American Red Cross thrives upon. The proof of this nssertlon. says Coptnln F.dnyfed H. Williams of Chicago, who Is back from France, Is found In the way the Red Cross Is meeting the shortage of shipping. Captain Williams' work over there wns In the purchasing department of the Red Cross. As tho space on ships became less nnd less available for the transportation of Red Cross supplies. It wns necessary t buy ns much material In Kurope us possible. "The Red Cross buys supplies In France, Rnglnnd. and Italy, and will do so In Spain when negotiations are completed, becnuo our government needs every Inch of spneo on ships to transport troops nnd munitions," he "Everything Is bought on explained. n strictly business basis by men specially trained In American Industries, working generally without pay. "Our ability to give relief to Italy suddenly when the swooped down upon them Inst autumn Is accounted for In this policy of keeping our warehouses In France stocked up. Hnd wo snt down nnd wnlted for the time when enough ships would hnvo been nvalloblo to get all our goods from America tho Italians would have suffered Immeasurably nnd possibly would not hnve milled ns they did following our relief work. "Every ton of supplies wo buy In Europe mnkes one more ton of space nvolloblc for tho shipment from America of nnny supplies, or surgical dressings nnd other Red Cross supplies nfndo by American women." Captain Wllllnms conllrms the reports of nil other ofllcers who have been to France, that the Red Cross bns sustained tho French people and nnny wonderfully and that they are really for the trying days nhend. Austro-Gcrmnns salt. Two and one-ha- lf cupfuls wheat flour. Ono cupful rolled oats. Scald tho liquid, ndd salt and pour over the oats, cool hnlf nn hour, ndd cuptho yeast mixed with ful lukewarm wnter, and the flour. Knead nnd let rise until double the size. Knend again nnd let rise In the onc-qunrt- He Is only n bum, no has been a member of the club for years. He began by making excuses. And ho Is making excuses still for his parasitism on society. If the world had given him a chanco as It has given other men, he declares, he would have accomplished things. Rut tho world has never given him n chance, and he sees no prospect now for a future of nny consequence. This excuse he offers, despite the fact that the country Is calling for men and women na never before In Its history. Few men appreciate the harm that comes to their careers from making excuses. They nre wont to attribute their failure to hard luck. Lnck at times breaks against men and their undertakings. Rut If those who have failed will look back honestly Into their careers, they will see that they themselves are to blame for their failures. The excuses they offer are mere salves to their own epotlsm and lack of perseverance. down-and-o- Tho Lord Josus replied: "If thou canst believe; nil things nro possible to him that bellovcth." In answer to tho father's confession of faith tho Lord rebuked tho evil spirit nnd healed tho boy. Thero Is hero n foredelivering Isshadowing of tho rael from their demon possession nt his coming In Glory when ho Minll cast out Satan from tho nlr nnd tho earth, nnd bind him In tho bottomless pit for n thousand years. Thero Is nlso on illustration of what wo so often meet In dally life, when we would fain stay on some mount of privilege nnd blessing, but wo must return to tho ordlnnry routine of dally life, nnd often there Is mi evil spirit In Homo form awaiting us. , Tho prayer and fasting of which he spoko means nt least a greater deslro for victory than nny mero earthly enjoyment; a seeking htm with tho Let mo wholo heart (Jer. 20:13). earnestly commend for victory over Irritability or fretfulnoss, or temper, a believing use of tho words, "Thine Is the power," which Implies a wholehearted leuulug upon him to do It for us. lnck of meekness, ns exhibited In striking tho rock ut Kadesh, prevented him from entering the promised land. (4) The devil can successfully be resisted only in the strength of God. That wus the way Dnvld coped with Golluth when he Fold to Saul, "The Lord who delivered me out of the paw 'of the lion und out of the paw of the bear, he will nlso deliver me out of the hand of, ... a t..l iiiimbuiii-- M litis uncircuiiiciseii lll.lllnllA. IT. not trusting In his physical strength, nor his personal courage, nor his great skill In tho use of the sling. All these were brought Into uctlve exercise It Is true, but yet he bud learned to lean upou u power grenter than his own und greater than which he opposed. This gives Mgnlllcnnce to the latter half of the text. "Iteslst the devil and he will llee from you." We must do the resisting, but our victory over blm Is brought about by God. In other words, the reason tho devil will tleo from u mail If he resists him Is because he has been overcomo onco for ull by the Son of God for nil mankind. O, what hope and encouragement Is In those words, "Ho will lleo from you." "Heboid I give you power over nil the power of the enemy, und nothing fchall by any means hurt you," said Jesus to his disciples In Luko 10:10. What u compass there Is In this declaration I The tempted Chrlstlnn Is In the wilderness of despair und hears tho roaring of the sntuulc Hon. Ho Is trnv- cling on n lonely road und remembers that tie litis un uuversiiry v,uii municr ill ins neiirr, no is in iuu iin-- vi u flerco conflict und tho nngel of tho bottomless pit Is stirring up tho Humes. "O, thou God of life und light," ho Can 1 cries, "Is thero no escape? not free myself of this? Shall my spiritual life bo threatened every mo- with spiritual death?" "No," Is tho answer of our Almighty uou ami eternal savior, "Resist the devil and ho will lleo from you." Hero Is a cleur command and a precious prumlsol May ho who In his own person overcame our enemy give us diligently to obey tho ono because, wo fultlifully bellevo tho other. . Get Unwelcome Task Done. No unwelcome task becomes the less unwelcome by putting them oft till It Is only when they nre behind us nnd done thnt wo begin to find thnt there Is sweetness to be tasted afterward nnd thnt the remembrnnco of unwelcome duties, unhesitatingly done, bs welcome nnd pleasant. "If there be lying before you any bit of work from which you shrink, go straight up to it nnd do it nt once. Tho only wny to get rid of It Is to do It." These nre the wise words of n Scotchmnn, Alexander Mncl.nren, nnd I'helr wisdom will make life very much happier for all of us. If only we let It. Relax and Rest, i The habit of relaxing Is nn.excellent one, especially Just n while previous to sleeping time, for in this wny one prepares the mind nnd body for that lapse which restores subconscious health and vitality. Ono way to Induce relaxation nnd sleep Is n fresh wholesome condition of body, and so the mntter of the dally bnth is an Ira-- I portnnt detail to bo considered. In- deed, very often when body and mind secra too weary to rest tho hot or cold bath proves the ono thing that will Induce sleep, for, besides cleansing the body, It settles nnd cnlms tho nerves. und consequently Invites relaxation, j SHE&Mo DOTS v f 4o- : l3- - s- .,7 .. -' 16. 20 '. ai The Scouts Have a Mobilization nal Used for Wartime Work. Sig- .3 10ii.., y THESE ARE REAL FOQD SCOUT8. A troop of Hoy Scouts of America In ItlA ItYinil Ad tina linnn mlnlstrutoa buliaii.R nt Washington, wn Mr Uoovcr nml Coun n Living- stono on tho troop committee. Lewis L. Strauss, Mr. Hoover's secretary, Is tho scoutmaster. Herbert Hoover, Jr., Is ono member of tho troop, ho having received his scout linden In Knclnnd. direct from Ambnssndor Page, for particular scrv-ine,co Two moro of tll0 BC0Ut8 belonged s organize- t0 slr n0Ucrt tlon In England. Thero uro 18 boys In the troop, nnd they nro known ns Troop No. 20. ut Haden-Poweir- LUMBERJACKS SAVE FOOD All the Rules In Their Eating. Patriotic lumberjacks nro willingly nnd whentless mentless observing days, and doing without sugar nnd milk twice n day, Secretary J. A. Vyo of the Minnesota state food administration told timber operators nt tho close of n stnto timber salo nt tho They Observe BOY SCOUT GOOD TURNS. At Rending, Pa., nil boy scout troops nro nrennred to watch for forest fires. Many of our prayers nro tlko letters gcout patrols Imvo been assigned to nddressed. n important points. There uro fifteen which uro Insulllcleutly They get lost In tho dead letter otllco troops of scouts, each of which normal-o- f ,y There Is not sufficient dl-heaven. contains 32 boys under a scoutmns- rectlon ubout tnein. uonam augo ter and assistant scoutmaster. Muckuy. Roy scouts of East Dullus, Ter, have mado a census of ull boys beOnly as we ure truo to ourselves can tween tho ages of fourteen nnd eightwo bo true to our friends. God's love een for the purpose of enlisting them must bo perfect la us In order that we for government service whenever the necessity arises. niuy lovo others perfectly. B. V. IL cnpltol. Tho operators pledged to tho food conservation movement In every posslblo wny. In ono big camp. Secretory Vyo said, tho Hoover plans are resulting In n saving of 0,000 pounds of sugar weekly nnd other food conservation. And all that, ho wild, should prompt city people to give grcuter The Faithful Dog. colllo dog led u group of citizens of tho town of Norlheust, N. y to tho frozen body of his muster, a hermit, who hnd lived In seclusion for many years ut tho top of ML IUnta. It Is believed the aged man lost but footing In the snow and succumbed help could reach him. A largo IN FRANCE. By Clifford Leon Sherman. Dear Folks : You see, dou't you, If I hnd been brought up on u farm or n ranch, I would Imvo known moro about handling mules. Hut, bellevo me, these nnny mules uro hard to handle. I tried my best to pull one down tho gang plank, but thero wns nothing doing. Then I did n fool thlug, nnd went around behind to push and tho beggar sniped mo In the leg with his heels. Ono of tho Red Cross boys gave me tlrst aid, and then, as our ambulances SAMMY. were not yet oft of the ship, they sent mo to tho hospltul lu a To complete the picture, draw a line from dot 1 to dot 2, then from dot 2 to aot a, anu so on. (Copyright, 191T, by The Hell ByndlcaL, Inc.) o. is. THE DOTS SOMEWHERE The Surest Preparation is Training School Pnffi' KIbIiL TIIK CITIZKN April II, 1018. JAPANESE LANDING ious to hear. Jeff Neeley has moved in the house, with his father, Second Growth Black Oak Spokes .1. H. Neeley. Seltlo has OF gono to Bcnham. Inches long $50.00 per. 1000 pieces Mrs. flarland """ Laws is very sick. Mrs. Jim les long $25.00 ' 6 inches long $30.00 (lignite, who has been subject to 3x the dreadful disease tuberculosis for Delivered to our yard at llcrca, Ky. AT VLADIVOSTOK 18 MADE NECNo cortTronJn putllhrl unlnt ilmrd In full by th writer. Th nlmo somo lime, passed front this lifo to n rMne of Rood faith. Write plainly. It not for publication, but ESSARY JAPANE8E MINI8TER STANDARD WHEEL CO. lier eternal home. She was a truo OF MARINE KATO 8AY8. member of Pilot Knob Church. She laughter of Jno. W. Mite. Both of leaves a husband, two cliiltlrcn, rol JACKSON COUNTY JAMES HAYES DIES IN WE MUST HANG TOGETHER ,, a ll0st nf fricnis the contracting parties live in, thonl,VP8 Privett NEW MEXICO ,0 Slavs, However, Imltt It It Jap Cum Bob Kvnne, Vaughns Mill section and arc n very lrlPtt. April fi. By Thoodosla Garrison of the n,,nPy mei is vcry WPak James Hayes, son of the late James lmIPIli palgn Against Republic, and Demand wl lias been sick so long, is no popular couple among their ac nt this time. II. Hayes, of Wildic, died al AlbuVigilantes Resistance Crime Is Called Part of WjUiw. Several of the young peo- quaintances. They will resido hen.'. querque, N. M., March 22, 1018. His Plan. Mr. and Mrs. Collier of Newport ple from this vicinity attended sing remains were brought to Herea and Said Iteujamin Franklin of PennROCKCASTLE COUNTY up their residence in ing nt Gray Hawk last Sunday. have taken buried in Herea Cemetery. Tlio sylvania, putting down the pen with Wtern Ntwupuprr Unloa News Barrio. Rockford There is a nice prospect of fruit' this cily, while Mr. Collier is put services were held at the homo of which he bad Just signed the Dccla - i , this year, if jack frost will just1 ting down some test wells on Hard-sta- y Rockford, April I. Ernest North- Jack Ilatille, on Chestnut street. ration of Independence: ' eso . Mr...... k.. -. Mtnl.to.. X. H. Metcalf hail a wick's away. Creek. Ho began drilling ern is down with rheumatism again. whera large number of friends an.l wo must all hang to- "Gentlemen, ,'lamntlon at Vladivostok dooJ ng with H. M. Curtis has ac working and quilting last week last week. Daddy and Mama Todd are rea- relatives gathered. gcther or assuredly wo shall nil 0 ,ani,ln'' ,huro ot KntontO allied T. Mrs John Farmer of Lex- cepted a position as carpenter witn sonably well considering age. Mr. and Mr. Hayes was but twenty years ii.mg sipnnmij. " .forces. Tho Japanese Minister says ington visited Mr. Boyd and family the Russell Oil Lands Co., nt a lu- C. Viars ha.s returned to Herea. Ho of age and endured not n little suf 111 a he combined an , ceU , h "UM, Tca Mrs. F. K. McCollutn crative salary. For the present he has been in an Indiana hospital for fering. 'm this week. He was located in North epigram, .! 'warning, a. leelaratlon of, sltuntloa wishes a Hall visited at the home will be located near Torrent. Owen some weeks to bo treated for cancer. Dakota where he was stricken with faith and, inri.lrnUdly, framed u of Green . Wilt, one of the boys from Camp I. L. Martin of Roekford has pur- - f(.VCr and was advised to go to New of K. H. Andrew last Monday. if""""0' fratricide and tho fallout com- for the present generation, tho revolution, mil ww , (.vm.-wnrJames lirumbarh has been sulTeriug Taylor, was at Vaughn's Mill the chased a rnrm on the Herea-S'ca- fvni,. ,,f Mexico. After spending two months ko steps to protect life and Hugh Linvillo has there ho wait taken with measles national good is unquestioned; t10 P"" ' past week to see his sister, Mrs fold Cane pike. from a bito on the hand by a dog. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Jones visited Claude Sams. ,Mr. Witt is a son of put a telephone line from Rockford nI1(1 ntor With pneumonia which value of the individual beyond the property ot Jnpnneso and allied suliW. 11. Stephens caused his dentil. He was a member sl.are he Grant 1). X. Witt of Estill County and is a to his residence at L. J. Peters last Sunday. contributes to the general' iect 'n view of tho murder of a JapanHo now is ndding much to the looks of Vickcrs was called to Louisville to volunteer from there. tlir Christian Church at Wildie. power is negligible. This undenied osa soldier and becauso thoro woro uo see his boy who is drilling for the wears the emblem of a sharp shoot- farm by cleaning out some grown up, ut. leaves live sisters to mourn: fact, acknowledged by everybody local organizations at tho Siberian ,nw nnu Farmers aro very Mesdames Jack Haulle, Tom Haker, and more often quoted than applied. ",,ri nmc IO army, who is now suffering with er. Dr. A. Easter has moved to fence rows. Admiral adds that ho hoa asked measles and pneumonia. He has re- Winchester only temporarily for busy plowing and fencing. Some bridge, all of Herea; Mrs. J. R. en-lto ho demonstrated in iU turned home, reporting bis son bet- the summer, wbero he will practice Ileitis are being plowetl that havt Hayes, Conway, and Mrs. Edgar i.mtv i.w ii... I,,,.,.,-!.- .! fSnrtnnn i!m.J h' Government for further liutruc- return this restetl for many years. All seem to llayrs. of Paris. The funeral ser- ernment, who, after its fashion, lost; tlons. President Soukhanoff, ot tho L. J. Peters and as vetemarian. He will tor. J. V. Anderson, made a business fall in time to cast his ballot under be doing all they can to help feed vices were conducted by the Rev. no time in claiming it as a personal Vladivostok Council of Soldiers and The deaths of Into the Allies by working more and eat- Howard Hudson. The mourning discovery, marking it with the Workmen's Deputies, reporting to tho the rooster. trip to Owsley last week. here are as follows: Uncle John ing less, especially of things suita- friends have the sympnthy of the "Made in Germany" stamp and Council of National Commlssnrluti. says that In his opinion tho killing of Howies, aged 70, of this city, died of ble to send across the waters. -- community. Herd promptly ehrislenlng it "Efficiency." tho Jupjncso was a ixdltlcal murder, Saturday and Sunday were regular E. H. Flannery dropsy. Burial al the Eaton grave Herd, April 0. Mind you. it is the German GOV us no rolibery was ronimlttod, made a Hying trip to Richmond last yard. Mrs. Berry Harnett, of S"poul church days at Scaffold Cane with ERNMENT that lias made its people Kf.'orts to apprehend tho crlmlanl. AMERICA THE BEAUTIFUL SVriug, died of heart trouble, age the Rev. W. Mcllutchins as pasto.. J. It. Amyx purchased a week. efficient, and that by the simple and ,0 adds, havo been unsuecosafBl. Ho Anioni: other national hymns (Ins 15 years. was, before her She The tlf tli Sunday in March win over-- 1 says the landing of Jspancva troops mule from K. B. Flannery for $100. about newer one. written by Prof. Kathcr-in- e direct method of the brutal Farmer and family and H. I) marriage, Miss AlHo Uarnes. She the set time for the singing class to seer who lashed a gang of slaves was effected In the prosenco of thn Lee Hates, nf Wellesloy College, Farmer and family are visiting rel- leaves a husband and eight children meet and practice singing. The into the perfect workmen that pro- - Japaneso Consul and Admiral Knto. 11 bouse was full and there seemed to deserves to be eommilted to memory dueed the tlHW result he desired. w'tbout tho consent ot 'B" raa,, Jack Farmer to mourn her death. atives at this place. boy and girl, recited in be 150 out in the yard. The sing by every made a luisiness trip to Hond yesThe in.llvi.lual who with all bis ,h American. Ilrlttsh and otl.or Conl" ing was conducted by the Rev. G. patriotic celebrations anil sung in heart wishes a certain thing accm- - f M"; am,no nrn terday. MADISON COUNTY The Misses' Ella Simpson forces F. Childress and Sherman bwinror.l. every day school and Sunday scho.J plishetl .loesnt luiNe to he whip- Coyle and Martha Fanner visited at Mer-Id- a a,BO wpro ,an(,e1. The Council of throughout our laud: Farmer's last Saturday night Coyle. April 6. Mr. anil Mr. Everybody enjoyed the day. The into Ills work, and the difference , nm, workmens' DoputleH Sunday-schont, Butler Blanton and mother. Mrs. county singing was also announced., ) beautiful for spacious skie". and attended slavery and freedom, be- - tested to tho consular corps. Tho Mr. and) i.ouisa Hlanton, spent last Sunday to be held at Clear Creek tne linn Black Water Sunday tween autocracy and democracy, lies American and Ilritlsh Consnls con-I- n For amber waves of grain. Mrs. I. S. McGeorge made a Hying at Panola with Walker Powell's Sunday in June. spntcd to rccolvo tho dnloKntlon as For purple mountain majesties that individual himself. trip to Hurning Springs this week. family. Mr and Mrs. James Powell Above the fruited plain! Unless he Is not only willing but 'representatives of tho Soldiers and Hurrah for The Citizen and its were in Irvine from Saturday until America! America I eajter to do his part in the big woik, Workmens' Council. Too Japanoso OWSLEY COUNTY many readers. Monday with their daughter, Mrs. God shed His grace on thee. at hand, be is not lit for democracy Consul would deal with thorn only as Scoville ho Pr" ',c"on sco"''them at alL I'res- Ami crown thy good with brother- -- he is the slacker who only work Joel Urougbtoii, who is very poorly. i. Sunday-schoSeoville. April sul refused to Mr. and Mrs. Alva Hale were the hood at the whips end and only a tyrant CLARK COUNTY organized at Clifty Church last Soukhanofr rfportll lhat tno Jal. guests or Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Wink- was From sea to shining seal can get anything from him. Log Lick Sunday with the following officers: nm80 (lclnn of ie cily l8 lwiUR pa. I am told that the German citizen Cecil Hendrick D. W. Mainus, SupL. W. C. Dooley, Log Lick, April 7. The remains ler last Sunday. troc, by Japaneso detuchmonts O beautiful for pilgrim feet, has purchased a horse from Sam not think twice about sub- - posed of threo to ten men each. Tents of Mrs. Roland Hrookshiro of Asst.. SupL, and Miss Carrie J. RowWhose stern, impassioned stress scribing to the German equivalent of James Powell lost a nice land, Sec. Sunday-scho- ol aro being erected at tho end of the 0., were brought here and Lackey. will meet A thoroughfare for freedom beat s A few of the young our Liberty Loan. I believe it; Chinese street and also In tho buried in Estill County last Monday, mare today. Everybody 2:30 in the afternoon. Across tho wildernesst a certain commendable yards of tho Japaneso church. Tho Mrs. Bettie folks from this place are planning cordially invited to attend. Mr. and near this place. America! America I promptness characterized Attilas Council of National Commlssarios Woods and Mrs. Eliza Chism, of to attend a parly at Morris Adams' Mrs. Wm. Bonds spent Sunday with God mend thine ucd a statement saying: "Japan has sister, tonight. Hrotber Manly of George Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Rowland. Rev. Confirm thy soul ev'ry flaw, visited their Winchester, in town preached at Viney Fork last Overly, not aru,c1cnrapalRn naklMt ,ho MT,ot Let it be our pride that we do Mrs. Pcarlie Hudson, a few days the presiding elder of the Thy liberty in law! n Harg Allen bought Sunday and Sunday night. of last week. "".r TSU',!, :r0U then points out that tho Uodtng M. E. Church, preached at Clifty. It is for US tn demonstrate to the of lroop4 at Vladivostok was effected a nuncn or suoats oi r,suu ixwuiy Monday night, Tuesday morning and O beautiful for glorious tale world that the band of autocracy is artor tno mur,er nf tho Japanese Of liberating strife, parties for 10 cents per pound. Wallaceton night, March 25 and 20. Bud Hale no stronger in nssurlm; elllciency wtihout waiting for un Investigation Last night we had a good rain which Wallaceton. April 7. Tho sud took his son, Glenn, When valiantly for man's avail. ld than the spirit of democracy. Un- - to ho inado, and says tho crluio was improves tho Tooks of all vegetation den death of A. F. Caldwell was a to Richmond Monday, March 25. and Men lavished precious life! loss we do this, the face we turn t' part of a prearranged plan. as it was badly needed in this patt shock to the entire community. He bad him operated on for appendiAmerica! America! Frank Spry and son was a great man in his community citis. He died the following morn-im- r. May God thy gold rellne. the world can be nothing but a of Clark. shamed ono. We will have failed to nCRMAN RAinS ARFrPPIII CCn Hurnum visited the former's son He will be missed much in this Rev. T. F. Hale conducted tlio Till all success be noblencs. tlo for ourselves what we might have neighborhood as be was our R. R funeral services at his home WedAnd every gain divine! last week who is at Camp Taylor. been Torced to tlo and the brand or Hun AtMUU Horn last Wednesday to the wife of carrier for many years. He was a nesday afternoon, and he was buried sector. Taken Over O beautiful for patriot dream our unworthiness will be upon us. Farmers great church anil Sunday-schoby Americans Fall, &aya John Holland a lino girl. cemetery near home. Ho in a new That sees beyond the years "The Nation." says President Wil- -' Paris Report here aro done sowing oats and now worker; be seldom ever missed a leaves his parents, brothers, and son, needs all men. mil u nee.is have begun plowing for corn and Sunday or church day. He is sur- sisters to mourn. Mioses Lizzie an.l Thine alabaster cities gleam Undimmed by human tears! Parts, April 8. Ccruuin raid in the KACII man. not in the Held that will Hrotber Lunsford of vived by a wife and several children. Nellie Judd were visitors week-en- d tobacco. America! America! preached at the Log father and mother, one brother and at Bonneville. It seems that "Old most pleasure him, but in the en Setuey (seven mlltn north of 8t Madison County God shed His grace on Ihce, regions deavor that will best serve the com (wherennd Lick Christian church yesterday and sister, and a host of friends. His Time Log Rollings" have been reAmerican troops have taken And crown thy good with brother- mon good." today. J. T. Elkin and wife made funeral was preached by his pastor, vived in this community. Mr. and over nectors south of Vcrdnn), were hood There is no whip over us; th.' repulsed Inst night, the rrench war ot-a business trip to Winchester yes- the Rev. George Childress, and his Mrs Clay Peters Spent Saturday From sea to shining seal matter is entirely in our own hand", oce reported. terday. We were visited by a remains were laid to rest in the night ami Sunday with relatives on Home and School. and the world is waiting. frost last Wednesday night but it cemetery at Old Paint Lick, in the White Oak. Dig Dlaze at Vlncermesi Gentlemen, we must hang to Allen presence of a host of sorrowing did vcry little damage. Sturgeon Vlncenues, Ind., April 8. Fire of gether." Urookshire and wife of Irvine visit- friends. Pelo Stowe from Camp LEND IT OR LOSE IT The Rev R.C. Sturgeon. April 8. unknown origin destroyed tho plant of ed relatives here last Saturday and Taylor is on a furlough, visSaturday, Germany needs money now and NATION-WIDthe Mnlhorbo Baslle Clnjr Products George Osborne bought iting his father and mother of Roberts preached here E CAMPAIGN TO Sunday. company, the Iohs bring Jt,ooo,000. Saturday night and Sunday, liui will need it more after the war. SAFEGUARD BABIES' LIVES. a drove of yearling steers from M.H. Walaceton. Mrs. Eliza Hums was Uncle Sajn needs it particularly at to so much ram there were (Contlnmd from Page One) Eubank at $52.50 per bead. It looks visiting last week with Mrs. J. S owing Derger Durned In Efflay. Singing school was Hie present moment. He will need depends the success of the movenot many out. like at this time that we will have Wilson. Robert Peters of Deputy, IMgerloii, Wis., April fl. Kdxirton afternoon by it far more if the issue koo,s against ment big fruit crop in this part did., is visiting his daughter, Mn. organized here Sunday another ' "l Z., "y Four years of generous ai.l lh V Prof. James Botner. It will begin hi in. ...' . of Clark County. Dan Holkin, Jr.. at present. Miss By this is meant YOUR MONEY. Sunday, a week, and every body is men and women of America have k;e Iva Harrison nf Herea is visiting' Of course Germany cannot get to French and Belgian chil-- , to come and bring your uin-ne- r. Miss Myrtle Hotkin. We are hav- invited POWELL COUNTY But depend .hen. still so urgently in need; the' Lei us all Joyfully spend the your money .NOW. French check Enemyi ing somo very cold rainy days at upon it, she will be able to get it assishmce accorded those tra.is-A- tClay City Sabbath in singing praises to God. this writing. ,,arU.AUcInIltlt by lhe Gorman, to A Miss Peters of N. U. BrewClay City, April 8. later if the Hun hordes triumph. lanlic babies is a guarantee of what make KaIng ogaInBt the Kroncll lrjK)piI The peach Owsley County is visiting Mrs. Dan We an glad to see Mrs. crop will be a total failure, it is Hotkin, to como out to church again She will demand it of Uncle Sam, will be done to make the Children s ln Ulo rcK,on ot HauKard Ed. Ballard and sister er able Jr. Rufus just sho had planned ultimately Year in the United States a success were blocked, according to thu oUkial thought, but tho apples nro very severe illness. are visiting at Danville for a few after a and daughter, of Idamay, to doas anyway. promising. The blackberries will bo days. Jackson Tho Krench a new era in the conservation of communication Issued, James Ogg's small boy was Despite all the Kaiser has said of child life nnd tho protection nf artillery took under Its nro Herman ami relatives at this scarce, as the hard winter killed operated on last week at the Robin- visited friends no reparation and no Indemnities motherhood Saturday night and Sunday. most of the briars, Mrs. Mary foundation troops at various points north of Mont. those son Hospital for appendicitis. He Is place Ann Worn, formerly of Mississippi, improving slowly. John Daugherty was in tins vicinity Jon't count too much upon this stone- - of national health nnd pros- - (,lt,lcp- - In A Btron nta,:k bJr ,Uo mans tho region ot Hill 344, in the Miss Remember tho "scrap of paper." now of Clark County, surprised her the past week on business. Verdun sector, was put down. re Practical bankruptcy will face Big Hill brother, Jas. Kincaid, hero recently, Ethel M. Wilson of this place Germany when sho emerges from when she came for an extended visHip Hill, April 8. M. D. Setllo ceived a telegram Saturday, April WHAT YOUR LIBERTY BOND Food Shipments Increase. it. He had not seen her for iO sold to Isaac Harrison a farm last to accept a position as Army Nurse, this Ight. Her people will be burWashington. Foodstuff!) WILL ACCOMPLISH shipped pri-vayears. dened to the breaking point with The births in this vicin- week, near John Mcllonu's. James But she prefers to remain on A 1,000 bond will buy six cases of from thu United States and Canada taxation. The government will havo operating instruments for a base to tlio allies during March oxeced ity of recent date are as follows: to Jackson is building a house on his duty until June 1. unheard of obligations (o meet. the wife of Claudo Sams, a boy; to place. Henry Estes is very sick. or furnish pistols for a ru,r' "blpments Iby 350,000 ton, the Ad m In I t rat on an " And the short cut to ready money rifle company, or one motor kitchen No more new cases of mumps retho wife of Lcnnio Curtis, a girl. "JJ" ceO. The m,,n,h " '"' was 1,100,000 ton., will be America! Powell County has been placed with ported. Old cases all better. Undo WHAT YOUR LIBERTY BOND One thousand Ave hundred dollars And the way, doubtless, will be of Liberty Bonds will buy a motor Wolfo County which composo the Jossw Neeley has been sick with a WILL ACCOMPLISH 8U Tran Hu A(1, K 818,000 invested in Liberty Bonds open. 91st Legislative- district. Powell was cold but is able to be out again. ambulance, or a motor car for n ma-- 1 w Wnyno, Ind.- - Six person wore Both your country and your en- chlue-gu- n formerly with Estill and was Repub- Mrs. Lura Slusber, who underwent will eutiin an infantry battalion battalion. killed uud four othors seriously uv emy need your money. Need it TwojH.OOO bonds will buy a motor jured when a fast Wabash tralu struck lican, now with Wolfe it will bo a vcry serious operation altlie Gib- with rifles. badly. Married on March son Inllrmary at Richmond, came J?50.000 wilt construct a base hosDemocratic. truck; threo $1,000 bonds will buy an automobile in which thoy woro :20th, last, Ernesl Haker, son of homo last Saturday ami is gaining pital with 500 beds, or equip an inIf you don't lend it to Undo Sam for a Field Artillery battery, lng at tho Winter stroot cronslcj la you may loso It to tho Kaiser. Grant Haker, to Miss Hoyctt Mize, strength very rapidly, which all fantry brigade with pistols. or supply horses for a Field Signal K8' Ft, Wayne. i And your progeny for years to battalion. 3100.000 will buy live combat airNo Chesterfield, planes, or pistols, rillos, ami half a come may have to work to pay the Four $1,000 bonds will buy a tract- u n hTe So,w million rounds of ammunition for indemnity ho will demand. live $1,000 bonds will buy I Lib- or; America wants no depleted treas- ertv truck or seven Lewis machine ncr"1 ",,,l"ni,t,J' declared Clnudlno ui. infantry regiment. USE ,d flre Why ury, no indemnity to surmount our guns, or equip a rillo company with of lh(j niornlnK whcn nw nna noIol8( already inevitable war debt, no tax r'''u8- , were talking about the bartenders' tall AUSTRALIAN FARMERS MAY PUT slavery for her people. Six $1,000 bonds will buy a Lib- - last night, n bald headed iruy kept CATTLE ON WHEAT LAND The way Is to buy Liberty Bonds erty motor; seven $1,000 bonds ono hollering ubout a rouplo or Recently there has been consider- to the limit. e plane; nine $1,000 bonds roaches In bis soup. Of course. ITS able discussion through tho press ,olgo bawled him out by wanting to And at the price they're tho best observation balloon. and at public meetings in Australia buy on tho earth. Ten thousand dollars of bonds will know " " expected to And whlppoor- BRIGHTER WHITER AND LIGHTEP ,n concerning tho advisability of pro,t',,,t ,hat " tte rush fully equip three hospital wards of ,v,"i was on, and It was more than an hour ducing moro beef rattle- and sowing 50 beds each, with nil linen, clothing MoTe , troops permanently tffl ngk mo Than Any Other Brand American ihe less acreage to wheat, according to over a part of tho tiring line as and other necessaries or buy six thought Goldle Dclxiy laeant by what look a report to the Department of largo wholcsalo sterilizing outfit, 8i,e Mj t0 nughl Raak.- - Kansav on American sector In Januory, 191H. or six motor ambulances. city Star. her friends and neighbors aro anx- East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else - WANTED! 1 22 ARMED FORCE y, M. ,,. ,.... f. t'nt o real-Tiw- L- rr h' - hNf "' oruer-waite- son-in-la- w, ay 'y"",,!! 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