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Citizen (Berea, Ky.): April 18, 1918 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1918 cit1918041801_sn85052076 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Citizen (Berea, Ky.): April 18, 1918 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1918 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. BEREA PUBLISHING C CO. (INCORPORATED) WM. G. FROST, Editof-in-ChL- r II. WERTENBERCER, M.n.tlm Editor AV. Knttrtt4.it iht rvlafftt at lima, tlau naU-malt- o tttcmd "Pe-votc- l The Citizen HEllEA. MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, APRIL 18, 1018. LORD Ono Dollar Knowledge Is Power and tea way to keep up with modera Knowlcgo is to read a good Vol. XIX. Five Cents per Copy. to tlie Interests of tlie !M!ouLn.tairL People per Year. Newspaper. No. 52. Republicans Support President Wilson No president ever had better support from those of than Wilson has from the Republicans. He has had every dollar he asked, and every soldier he asked, by the votes of Republican congressmen. The only criticism .we have offered was that he did mot get out soldiers enough, and did not train and equip V.hem fast enough. J And we are really satisfied with Wilsons great statements of our war aims. His speeches and messages are .yood Republican doctrine. Of course we are sorry when the Democrats force him to do partisan things like his attack upon Lenroot in Wisconsin, but we may remember that he has led the Democrats to accept a lot 'things that they have always opposed in the past, and so won victories for the Republican principles. Now we must be ready to stand firm no matter what happens. The Germans are doing good in breaking down our pride. They may capture Amiens, and Paris. We shall have to actually kill several million Germans before we can have a safe world. But we are going to win. President Wilson, count on our support and go on the, opposite political party with OUR OWN STATE Tln Kentucky .Stale liar Associn lion will hold Its next minimi meet iiik at Danville, .Inly 2 and .1. .TN0N ALLIES HURL FOE FROM HANGARD WORLD NEWS j Regular passenger service ha lieen Intituled nt Sargent, in Letcher County, where the Whitley Elkhorn Coal Company is building n now town. Warren County strawberry grow ers have heen assured enough cars lo move the crop this season, which Is estimated to he worth $X),000. (10(1 I The Germans have tnken Armcn-tier- es during tho week, in their drive toward the Channel cities, British Halt Enemy in a Menacing nnd have advanced in places four to live miles. They havo not been Sector and Gain Near nble to displace the F.ngllsh from Bcthunc. the ridges, however. They hold an unbroken line nnd havo been ordered not to retire further. Tho GerFIERCE REPULSED man loss has been very heavy, ATTACKS Halo Repels Hard Blow West of and Ejects Germans From Positions Americans and French Break Up Enemy Attacks. Thousands of dollars of the $.'100, road hond issue of Pulaski County have heen "diverted from Slate-ai- d work, illegally expended mid misused," State Inspector am Examiner SVwoll charges in a re port submitted to the Governor. Ahenmn Is clmlnnnn of (ho control board of the Honor trnllle of Groat Ilritnln. Ills position Is 'ono Hint requires extreme tact nnd capability. On several occnslons workers In the munition plants struck when the government threatened to stop the manufacture of beer to conserve foodstuffs. Lord Abernon's board Is trying to solve the problem to the sat isfaction of the workers nnd the gov- the war. Victory bv Going Without ( )fj Victory over the Germans will be worth a great deal. nu u win cost a great ueai. The German soldiers know that they will be punished for their atrocities and they propose to die fighting. There is no peace till we have killed several million of them, or actually made them prisoners. Now to win the war we must put forth great exertions, as the Germans do. And the first and easiest part is to go without our luxuries. All the energy that can be k saved from the making of luxuries and turned to hastens the far-ovictory by that much. Will we wear old shoes? Will we walk more and ride less? Will we eat cake without frosting? Will we "quit off" from tobacco? Will we scrape the platter clean? And so will we buy Liberty Bonds? war-worff The Letcher County grand jury returned an indictment against John Smith, charged with murder committed in Jenkins County. The case will he tried out toward the cloo of the present term of the Circuit Court. 'entrnl linl Chief Inti'iesi in the vast estate of Mrs Flagler Hingham now centers ernment. in tho forthcoming legal battle over tho tax due the State of Kentucky According to tho recent estimate of Senator HulTaker, the .sum duo tho OVERDUE Stale is approximately $3,100,000. Maj. Milton Hoard, tried by court- martial on charges of negligence as result of the death of Private Olha " COLLIER SAID TO BE LOST MORE THAN A MONTH OVERDUE WITH 293 PERSONS ON BOARD. Murray, was exonerated, according to the finding of tho court-marli- al made public at Camp Zachary Tay lor. The motion for a change of venu Navy Department Fears the Cyclops Foundered Engines Known to Have in the case of tho Commonwealth Been Disabled, But No Distress Sigagainst James IL Frazier, held for By Ship. the assassination of William Hanks nal Was Flashed at Whileshurg last fall, was denied, and Frazior will be tried at tho Wfetfrn Nfwupnper Union News Service. Explain and Tell Aims of Soldiers' present term of tho Circuit Court in Washington. Tho United States Whilesburg. At first it was decided navy collier Cyclops, with 293 officers, Civil Relief Act to summon a jury in Piko County, passengers and crew, has disappeared from the face of the ocean. Sho has but now a Letcher jury will try been missing since March 4, when the Tho Soldiers' and Sailors' Civil soldier or sailor, notify tho court llelief Act, recently passed hy Con- that tho party concerned is a sol- Frazicr. last word of her was received from a West Indian port She was coming up gress, aims to protect soldiers and dier or sailor. Then tho court will tho Atlantic coast from South America sailors from undue hardship, due to make prompt inquiries into the Soldiers in training at Camp Zach- their inability to bring or defend uii'rits of the case; if the case merits ary Taylor In tho hope of receiving with a cargo of manganese and was duo at an Atlantic port March 13. She lawsuits and to attend to their busi- it, lite court has power to stay the facing a rigid now Is ono month and ono day over ness obligations or properly rights, other party from further pocecd-ing- s, commissions are .Navy Department omciais are or to givo other remedy that physical examination, which they due. during their absence in military utterly at a loss to account for her may be appropriate. Tho cmirt may must pass successfully before they mysterious fate. sevice. may become eligible for elevation A soldier or sailor may owe money nlo appoint an attorney lo repreTho course of the vessel is reported pit a note. Or he may have bought sent tho soldier or sailor in tho law from tho ranks. to be free from sea raiders and sub marines; no considerable storms have or leased land or tools or furniture suit. Another draft call, for 40.813 reg prevailed in the vicinity; no accounts (2) If a lawsuit has been begun on which an installment is yet duo. Or he may have mortgaged his home, already in some court against the istrants, has been sent to Governors of floating wreckage havo been brought Crow-do- r. in by other vessels; no distress callt and be liable to foreclosure for non- soldier or sailor, go to that same of States by Provost Marshal Mobilization of the men is or- have been caught from tho Cyclops, al payment. Or ho may have started court :uid give the notice above though a powerful wire a homestead or mining claim and be mentioned. If no lawsuit has yet dered for May I and 10. and they less; no she carried have been picked small boats will bo sent to eleven forts and re unable to continue the .necessary oc been begun, but somo landlord or for up, and nono has reported from an) eupation in tho required period of other person is preparing to sell out cruiting barracks, probably refuge point. The Cyclops was com lime. Or he may havo carried life or to tako possession of properly In training with regular army units. manded by Lieutenant Commander Kentucky's quota is 1,320. W. Worley, U. S. N. R. K., and amonf insurance for several years and now which Die soldier or sailor is inher passengers was Alfred I.. Moreai bo lyiable to keep up the premium terested, go to the court In whose According to estimates given out Gottschalk, Consul General from tin payments. Or ho may havo a money jurisdiction the property Is, notify claim against some one, and during the court as above, and ask tho by Scott T. Mayes. United Stales in United States to Rio Janeiro. Ilrazll his absence tho lapso of time raises court to summon tho other party. lernal revenue collector at tho Lou Whllo the Navy Department still li a vigorous search by wire a legal bar against his suing for it All such persons are forbidden by isville custom house, tho incomo tax malntlningevery other possiblo meant when ho returns. Or ho may be sued law lo tako properly In that way receipts in this internal revenue less and hope practically has been given up. on soino claim in his absence and without ilrsl applying to tho court district will bo ten times tho may be unahle to defend the suit for an order; but some persons may amount paid last year, or approxiattempt to tako possession without mately $10,000,000. He declared many effectively while absent. BOYS In these and other ways he may diong so, in ignoranco of tho new taxpayers waived all claims for exKILLEDJN FIRE emption. isiiircr undue hardship. The object law. (3) If tho soldier or sailor had an of this Act Is to give relief from Inmates of Okla Mine operators insuriinco policy or a fraternal ben and miners in Thirty-Seve- n such hardship. Tho provisions of the Act aro too ellt membeship, before September t, Muhlenberg County have donated a homa Institution Lose Lives. numerous to set forth accurately 1017, and fears that ho may not lie singlo day's run of coal to tho Red here. Enough lo point out that its able to keep up his payments, ho Cross nnd army Y. M. C. A. TJio should write to tho War llisk In miners givo their work in mining Blaze of Unknown Origin Completely main principle is as follows: (I) Let some one, on behalf of the Destroys Three Wards of Stan. tho coal and tho operators donate (cuttmit rtft m the coal. Tho W. O. Duncan ComHospital. Tho cartoon in tho "south-ca- st pany donated $8(000 worth of coal CONTENTS corner of pago soven is very sug from the Graham mino and 1,300 Norman, Okla., April 15. Between Itepublicans gestive. Havo you read it and taken tons were taken from tho Luzerne 30 nnd 37 boy, aged ten to fifteen PAGE 1. Editorials: mine, its other property. Virtually years, all patients of the state hos. Support President Wilson; Vic the hint? every coal mine in tho county Is pltnl here, burned to death In a tire lory by Oolng Without.. Ex of unknown origin that completely deYou should bo interested, in read- pledged to the plan. planation of Civil llelief Actv-O- ur stroyed three wards nnd tho dining State, News. U. S ing the article on this page relative Own room of tho Institution. lo tho. Civil llelief Act for Soldiers News. World News. In tho Letcher Circuit Court, Dr. D. W. (Irlllln, superintendent of Judgo John F. nutler is trying n the hospital, said that the death list Departmental Columns. and Sailors. PAGE 2. Inrgo number of whiskey trnfllo may be even greater than 37 and that Socialists Saw fiermany's PAGE 3. Error,--T- ho War, the Farm and Next week wo shall havo an ex- cases and giving lines running from steps were being tnken to compile u "Tho Hlrth cellent arlielo in tho Homo Depart- $50 to $100 in each case, with Jail completo list. tho Farmers-Sto- ry: Look sentonces of forty days. Judgo But-l- er Tho Haines were discovered within a ment on Wheat Saving. day Party." Is especially hard on whiskey few moments after they broke out. AlPAGE 4 out for It. Locals. though Articles. PAGE 5. Local News and gambling, nnd is disposed to try tcVy afler tXcoveVy mado eXTto or Nolo tho predicament tho farmers out all similar cnses.-imiiciPAGE C. An Appeal to Agricul t ,he chiujren out or ward IS, panic Leaders. Hogs. Method may mako it possiblo to get "Kaiser nuu ihm ii tural iigiiiuni buvuhii stnrted among them and It wus with of Procedure to Procure Fur Hill" into if they do their part In of tho men confined in Jail charged the greatest dlillculty that any of the Markets, loughs, Cincinnati buying Liberty Hotuls. Look nt him with murder, and too cases liavo, children In this ward were saved, So lives were lost In words 10 nnd Home Department; been set down for hearings next Clean Up on pago three and don't pity him. Hiillotiiif-Sher- m's week. An indictment has been re- 14, although they were completely deDots. SMnday-scho- ol Lesson; PAGE 7 Unelo Sam is appreciative of tho turned against Lum Chandler, of stroyed by flmncs. It Is said the loss Hoy ScouU. fact that tho Heren National Hank, Tennessee, charged with tho mur- to the state In property dutuuge will Temperance Notes. run high. Undo Sam's Food Lessons. Uerea Hank and Trust Co., and Dr. der of Police Ofllcer Cott Policy at How Long Would it Toko to Get linker aro interested in his big af Neon, threo weeks ago. Tho disbursements, and outstandtho Kaiser? fairs of selling Third Liberty Loan ing obligations of tho Navy during PAGE 8. East Kentucky Now Bonds. Head their ads on pages tho; first year of tho war are estiLetters from Eight Counties. four and live. Why not mlnglo our Recruiting nlllces aro nt LouU-vill- mated at $1,881,000,000. Tho total Lexington, Covington, Ash- naval appropriations, real and pendlittle businesses with his big afTHK CITIZEN sells SPACE. land, Pnducuh and Owonsboro. fairs and help win tho war? ing, aro $3,333,171,065. and Sailors' mcnu e, Lloyd George and his associates Near the center the British and the havo made bold to forco tho Irish Germans nre hotly engaged around St. question to a settlement. As it is Venunt, which marks an approximate England must keep nearly three advance of ten miles for tho Germans since Tuesday. On the ex- hundred thousand soldiers in Iretreme northern and southern ends of land and receives hut littlo return. front, whero the Germans A plan for Home Rulo has been put the have nt least 400,000 men, there has to a voto al last and England de been little lighting. sires it to bo carried. Conscription South of tho Souimo the Germans of soldiers is to bo joined to it, and forced their way Into flangard after might bo granted if passed on by several hours of sanguinary lighting In tho Irish themselves. It is a bold which the French nnd tho enemy at movo and tho result will bo watchA French tacked and counter-attackecounter-uttucregained the western ed with Interest. purt of the v lllngo und heavy fighting Tho Turkish armies havo been continues. Southward toward Hourges making gains at tho eastern end of the German uttempts were repulsed. Three Smashes Planned by Foe. tho Black Sea, at tho expense of tho With the British Army In France. Russians and havo renewed with April 10. With the exception of Mer-- great ferooity tho massacro of tho vllle, tho Germans thus far havo not Armcninns. Russia has asked tho reached their objectives for the pres government to bring somo 1 ent drive north una south of Arinen-- fierman o pressure to bear on her ally to tleres, but developments Indicated that , tho slaughter. Of this there Is. the enemy had no Intention of aban doning the assault Immediately. A however, littlo hope. captured Gennau document reveals thut there were to be three smashes A plan has been devised for raison the front north and south of Ar ing tho Lusilanla, nnd recovering mentleres. One had Unllleul as Its purt of tho cargo. A largo part of main objective, the other Merrtlle and this consisted of metal or various Aire and the third Bethune. kinds and of canned goods which fWl IVBO uwu incuij'OJSUb WllOiUUO had been employed by the enemy In would not bo spoiled by tho water. this pretentious program, which has Should this effort bo successful, meant that at some places the British many other ships will bo recovered have been very heavily outnumbered.1 for a largo part of tho sinkings havet A German division aggregates 13,000 been In water that is not too deep' to 14,000 men, including 7.600 rifles. to forbid such rescue. k mod-erntI called to his soldiers to .stand linn nnd die rather than give up n position to the enemy. Military observers and Maj. Gea. Maurice, director of military operations of the British wur ofllce, agree that a crisis has been reached. ''There must be no retirement," Field Marshal Halg says In his appeal. French forces are rapidly coming to the aid of tho British and a gigantic nnd most sungulmiry struggle probably twlll be enacted on tho lowlands between Lille and St. Omer. "In heavy fighting the British are being forced back to Bullleul on the north and townrd Aire on the south. There has been considerable acin the region of (Jio Kiel Canal in tho last few days which suggests tho possibility of a movo on the part of the German fleet. It is probable that this will tako place London, April 15. The HrltMi con- only in case of German success in tinue to hold Bnlllcul. It was learned breaking through tho English lino here. nre strengthen- to tho coast. Then battleship ing their lines, but the sltuntlon is still would attempt to prevent tho Engcritical. lish from getting their supplies and reserves across tho Channel. Paris, April 15. The Germans nt night renewed their nttneks upon the American soldiers on the frontier French positions in Urule wood In the forest of Apremont. American troops aro giving a good account of themIn this sector, In conjunction with the selves. In tho sector in front of French, says the official statement, Toul they have been attacked sevhave comboted with vigor nnd broken eral limes with great forco but have the majority of the enemy nttneks. At each time driven back tho enemy one point where the enemy obtnlned a with great loss. At other points footing he was thrown out by n counter-alikewiso they- - show nhility lo meet ttack. the test and have received tho London, April 15. The Germans praise of both French and English made an attack west of Mervllle on officers. tho northern bntlle front nnd were repulsed, the war ofllce announces. Tho French premier, Cleincnceau, The British ndvnnced their line slightly In the neighborhood of Fcstu- - is making the most of a Ictler received hy a relative of tho Austrian bert and took n few prisoners. There was heavy lighting near Neuve Emperor living in France in tho Egllse and Wulverghem. Strong enemy earlier years of the war. It seeks forces launched an attack east of I.non to bring about a peaco with Franco nnd succeeded In entering the llrltlsh and makes several confessions of lines nt certain points but were ejected iniortanco. Ono of these recogby a counter-attack- . A second attack ntterapted later In the night nt the nizes the rightful claim of Franco to Alsace Lorraine. Emperor Charles pnme place was beaten off. In the sector south of the Sommc has been denying tho authorship of British nnd French troops drove out the letter and seeking to explain it the. Germnns who yesterday entered away. It has created a stir, howHnngnrd. ever, in tho Austrian capital and German Efforts Extended. may lead lo serious results. Pressing their attack ngalnst the British of Armentleres, Finland has been pushing her the Germnns also hnve extended their revolution against Russia and is efforts to other fronts nnd hnve clashed with French nnd American troops. In likely soon to havo control of tho the north the Germnns nre advancing capital, Helsingfors. The Germans toward Bullleul ; on the Plcnnly battle aro aiding tho revolution nnd have front they entered the village of Han-gnr- d forces within ten miles of the city. after henvy lighting nnd enst of Ships of war aro also lying in harSt. Mlhlel American and French troops bor outside. Tunland is aspiring to have repulsed nn enemy attack In the enlarge its borders and perhaps will Apremont forest. Petrograd. Sho Repulsed In their efforts to gnin the attempt lo include e ridge, the Ger- looks to an allianco with Germany mnns nre putting most of their strength to ensure her purposes. townrd widening the salient south of Armentleres In nn evident attempt to It is reported that Japan has been outflank the hill positions and gain Im- approached with a proposal that portant railroad centers. Unllleul Is would givo her Siberia in case sho northwest of Armentleres and west of will join Germany and Finland in the southern end of the Messines ridge. an alliance. This would reopen tho' whllo Hazebrouck and Aire, townrd against Russia. Thero is no which the Germans nre endeavoring to war reason to believe that Japan wiil Impush home their attacks, are nlso play false to the allies in caso such portant railroad bases. a proposition has been made. It is Agree Crisis Has Been Reached. Field .Marshal Ilnlg. like Mnrslinl suggestive, however, of the fertility J off re at the battle of the Mnrac, has of German plotting. Mer-vlll- e tivity Messines-Wytschnet- Tho territory that Russia has lost recently includes aliout one-thiher population, about lo of her iron deposits, and somo oil lands. Many miles of railroad aro also lost. Tho possibility of adding greatly to tho enemy food supply grows less as conditions better known. In places thero is not enough food to provldo for tho invading army nnd thus none to ship. t so of rd two-thirds val-uabbo-eo- PaRO Two. TUB CITIZEN April 18, 1018. University Column WAR COUNCIL IN BEREA lilllo over n year ago. tin 1'nilod Slates took up arms (o defend n A College Column J. HARL TATE WRITES Camp Sevier, Greenville, S. S Academy Column , Normal Column Last week Dean McAllister nnd Mrs. McAllister enlerlalned (ho Normal faculty and (he Normal senior Vocational Column MOUNTAIN WORKERS' CONFERENCE R. C. LEFFINGWELL SENIOR PARTY April II, 1018. A number of Berea workers were , class mosl delightfully with an In- especially fortunate In being nble common cause wllli Great Ilritain, Dear Berea Friends: In my last teller I lold you some-(liiformal evening parly. A pleasant In at lend the Mountain Workers' Franco, Italy and more than n doron of (he work and progress of hour was spenl In games and con- Conference bold at Knoxvillo, TenThe nations opother countries. (oasis nessee, lasl week. tests. After refreshments posed to Oormany had one purpose. the Army V. M. C. A. in Camp Sevier. l There wero about 125 delegates were given (o Hie girls, the boys, tho Their resources worn pledged to the Last month and Ibis so far shows class, and (he juniors. Then Dean from all sections of the Appalachian same. end. Hut as the conlllcl went even a greater progress and a larger McAllister made a speech which was region in ntteiulancev IWirca was on it hecame evident to the clearest Held of work. Two other new buildilu ba.sis of a plan for systematic represented by the following workthinkers that the most effective and ings are going up .and an addition support of Heron's work by the ers: Dean Clark, Secretary Vaughn, desirable plans come from the con In three of the buildings under way I Messrs. Dix. Smith. Anderson, Spennliimnl of Hie department. sideration of n variely of opinions This becomes necessary as Camp The Normal department was rep cer, Mr. nnd Mrs. Shutt, the Misses Consequently the allied war council Sevier is becoming a regular re r, was established at Versailles to de- cruillng camp Just as the National resented at the Mountain Conference Jessie S. Monro, Manchester, Welch, True, McDonall, Paintvise the most effective means of cantonments. Within the last month at Knoxvillo last week by Misses we have received 1.000 men from THE ACADEMY WINS FROM combatting a formidable- enemy. Moore and McDonald and Messrs er, and Slams. They hav COLLEGE Simultaneously with the declara- Ciiiim- Tavlor. Louisville. 500 from II was at (he Knoxvillo Conference Anderson and Dir. The Academy and (he College brotmhl hack much inspiration nnd that we had tho opportunity lo seo tion of war by the United States Iowa. B50 from Camp Funston, Kan government on an external enemy and about 1.000 from Jefferson Bar played (heir first game of (he serle: many helpful Ideas from the con ami hear such men ns Prof. A B. of baseball last Saturday. The game ference. Harmon, of Lincoln Memorial I'nl the Intercollegiate Prohibition As- rack. Mo. Now I want to tell you a litll was interesting from (ho beginning sociation RENKWKD its war on our Tho Normal class in rural life has ersity; Prof. Floyd Bralliar, Nash Internal but equally as formidablo aliout the troops and the splrll at and grew more so ns it prngrossei given considerable nllention to the ville Agricultural and Normal In oncmy the Liquor Interests. The Cnmn Sevier as I see it. l or miles Tho day was a holiday, and there country store. The country store slituto: Charles A. Lyman, Madison, numerous college organizations com- and miles around the cannonading were many spectators. The score must be recognized ns.vi institution Wis.; Dr. II A. Morgan, U. S. Food R. C. Leffingwell of New York, wh posing tho I. P. A. arc each a unit nl the artillery range in the foot stood at the end of the game 10 to xif great importance in practically Administrator for Tennessee; and everv rural neighborhood. On nc Dr. K. A. Sutherland, of Mmli'son, was a nelahbor of William Q. MeAdri within themselves and as such carry hills of North Greenville can bo in favor of the Academy. when the latter lived In Yonkere, N. Y on effectivo work in their home beard thru all hours of the nigh count of the lack, usually, of any Tennessee. has been appointed to fill one of t FAITH IN IMMORTALITY communities. Hut the principle re emphasizing with thunderous peal definite control or supervision, nnd Throughout tho whole conference new positions of assistant secreta Wo live in two worlds: a worl because of the general feeling of in program, great stress was placed on of the treasury. Since the beglnnl recognized by the allied gov the speeding up of every program cently ernments has long been held funda of training of the Thirtieth uivis that wo can see and hear ajul touch dividual privilege on tho part of all the needs of tho Government, food of the war he has been assisting V and a world that we cannot sec and comers, it becomes headquarters not conservation, and food production, government as special counsel In LI mental by them. So every year they ion for early departure "overseas erty loan matters, having spent j bold w'ithin each state a convention Hv the light of the constant belches hoar and touch. Tho invisiblo is th only for all news nnd gossip that i Dr. Morgan said: to devise the best means of meeting ni i im trims soldiers can be seen real world, the enduring world. The going but for evil communications, 'Tho food situation is a very time In Washington without compenl tho problem with which they are tttriuint? vs lemalizeil methods. All invisible makes (he home. It filthy stories, dirt and disease germs serious one at present . . . Never tlon. Secretary McAdoo has char' nichl in the nitch of darkness prac something that we know and nr of every description. The possibil- before have wo felt so much that terlzed his work as Invaluable. confronted. Numbers are always an attraction tice is pursued and today the re sure of yet we cannot see or hear ities of the Institution either for we am our brother's keeper. We Through a card catalog sysU as well as a power, so this year th ports showed that the artillery mo or touch it. Dr. Lyman Abbott says good or evil are great It is a won are not going to win this war unless 109,487 men have been transfcrn record that com "A nation is not made great: great derful field into which some reform wo go into this game and are practithru with a sccno of this council of war or con out of Army divisions into tochtiM venlion of the I. P. A. is to be at the pares favorably with their daylight men make a nation groat; and the er should enter for the purposo of cally willing to givo our lives and units to function according tn ii homo of tho largest league in th success. qualities thai ma! men aro invis directing the Influence of the coun lo give everything wo have, in save dividual educational, occupation world Berea. This assembling of Not only is the artillery in fine ible." We enn see effects of the try store in the right direction. The our country. This is as little as we and military qualifications. A the representatives from the different trim, but every organization to tho home, the great mau, or the nation, lines printed herewith wero pro- - can afford to do . . . This war that to be trained to that but that which causes it all is invis colleges of the state will bring to man seems luced in our class work bringing ou will be won only by sacrifices During 12 months the Army ho Berea nearly 100 chosen delegates point of readiness which Uncle Sam ible, wo do not see it. We aro apt to particularly the sanitation feature, wo make." pitals increased from 7 lo 63 nnd con number nnd from 5.000 to 58, 100 bed from other institutions of the stal desires before sending ills men tliiuk that (he real is material and We crave the readers indulgence Patriotic r final training "over the immaterial is the unreal. Hut the best of their numbers. Not la'ross servation seemed to be the slogan 30,000 more beds arc being added. only that but it will bring to us men there." The material is there and this is not true for the invisible is Oh, the old country store with its of the Conference. neighborhood lore of such repute as Dr. 1). Leigh Col thev have been ofllrered firmly, but the real. The invisible world is the It is certainly inspiring to nliend WILL H. HAYS And its boxes and buckets that sal such a conference. One gets n vis vin who will open the convention intelligently. ondjiring world. on the floor. Saturday. April 20, at 3:00 p. m These courageous Tenncsseans ion of tho work he Is attempting to rami in immortality is not an to story lo. hv exchanging ideas, discussing and close it Sunday at 7:30 p. m. North and South Carolinians, these opinion founded on argument it is Its walls have and song Although the Versailles council Americans of Dixie's best blood who a habit of mind in believing in the problems of social, educational and proved successful in the formation have subscribed their services and invisible. Religious faith is taking Of the deeds of tho brave and the missionary activities with others feats of the strong. of plans it was found defective in offered life itself that their coun on a new meaning among the people interested in the samo greal work (hav in our own execution. So General Koch trv and the rest of the world may of the present generation. Wo mu Thev have heard of the (earn of bettering-condition- s their would pull till they dropped mountain region. was chosen to carry out tho ideas never be yoked to Prussianism, have consider faith more than an opin developed in the allied council. As not shirked. They have gone about ion, wo must consider it as an ex Of the gun that Killed something each lime thai it popped, Commander-in-chi- ef of all the. allied the task resolutely, and that de perience. Wo know that God ex COURSE PREPARED TO TRAIN MEN armies bo Js a man of great author termination flaming in their soul ists. but our faith is tho knowledge They havo heard, about weddings FOR TECHNICAL EMPLOYMENT a tvnr emercencv courso to train and combats galore. ity and interest. In the personage have made them apt listeners, close of living with Him. Our faith in ocwalls of selected men for machine-sho- p Have the of Dr. D. Leigh Colvin, president of students and willing workers. They Christ is tho knowledge of follow shect- blacksmlthing. tho old country store. cupations, tho Intercollegiate Prohibition As are soldiers, every inch of them ing Him. Our faith in immortality sociation, we have a man who is the these same boys who havo sacri is not the knowledge (hat the soul metal working, and pipe fitting has On the spuds sat Tom Riggs with his been prepared by the federal uoaru General Foch of the temperance flccd luxuries, even comforts, brok lives after death, but it is the habit twist in his jeans. forces of the American colleges. Ho en home lie given up business of looking, not at the things whicl 'Old Henderson Hobbs always sat on fnr Vnr.nllnnnl Education and wi'l be distributed to the schools thru- is doing as great a work against the prospects and offered life itself that aro visible, but at the things which tho beans. internal foo as General Foch is do-i- all nations may live in justillco: are not seen, and realizing that tho And from right by the flour where out the country. It Is known as against tho exterrial one. Doctor peace, a deserved lreeuom anu bulletin No. 8. seen is temporal and the unseen is ho perched on tho crocks Tho board is acting with the W ar Colvin will be hero primarily for the deserved democracy. eternal. To have faith in immor Bill Hickey, when lucky, could spit Department ill preparing theso purpose of coaching the convention ones proud of them? tality is to livo and believe in this Are the loved to tho box. but bo has consented to speak to all Yes, mothers, fathers, sisters, and invisible world. It is to realize that Bill liked to sit distant and show off courses of study and in dealing with the Stato authorities in charge or of us and wc expect a great message sweethearts are proud them the tho invisiblo things are the immor his skill him. from nation is proud of them. And it is tal things, tho real things, and to For ho was the champion spilter, tho school work. An important feature of this con for the loved ones and tho nation seo in their true proportions the was Bill. THIRD LIBERTY LOAN BUTTON vention will be the oratorical con that the boys will proudly fight visible and the (invisible, the tern Will H. Hays, the new chairman of And they chewed and swapped yarns Kentucky's represent This nuestion burst into the alllrm poral and tho eternal. The button which will bo given to the Republican National committee, test to choose more o or till late years old, has everv subscriber to a l.tocriy i.oan though only thirty-eigh- t ativo in tho Southern Interstate ative by the very expressions of the He who has the habit or who lives . happy days when 1 loafed Bond of tho third issue, whether of acvviopcu .1 I ll !,. inc naiumi inunna gin 01 meet later. Berea will be repre- relatives who daily come to Camp this life will not find his faith in im Tn the old store. at tho n son bond or a 810.000 one. will have politics from the precinct organizasented by n.C. Miller who acted in Siever from the farthest points of mortality fail him when that which state chairmanship tho samo capacity once before and N. C. S. C. and Tcnn, to visit tho is invisiblo proves also to be tern I shnll never forget, though a ecu n border of brilliant red, and a blue tion through the his present position and right Into field with a liberty bell, and the without a hitch In his record pass whom wc havo much confidence uniform patriots. Nino months ago poral. We believe immortality Is in turv Liberty Loan" in cess as a political organizer. for sue.' Vo seldom have the opportunity of they disliked to see them leave home, a present possession. In the Wo say pres Ero I find my lasl resting placo un words 'Third white. seeing our own men meet those of but realized that duty called tnen; ent possessions aro temporal, and der tho grass, last general election as chairman of other colleges and this event will for the Prussian beast was at our faith in immortality must also bo Tho prunes and dried peaches set Sixteen million of these buttons the Indiana organization he turned are now readv for delivery and will what looked like defeat Into a big Rebe of especial interest. out for display, door. Today they find them in the temporal. Then ho who forms tho Wo could dwell at length on this honored uniform of Undo Sam, crackers in tempt be given out when tho subscriptions publican victory. He Is a lawyer with habit of looking on tho invisiblo The cakes and tho large practice. are made. convention but let it sufllce to say better man, the samo lover of homo realities will have faith in immor inn array. that as patriotic Americans, both ties. Their muscles are hardened, tality. gum drops and kisses, marsh- I'ho students and citizens, wo should bo their faces glow with animal mallows and such, deeply interested in this event health, they aro ready and willing I'ho stalk of bananas wo all loved so THE GOOD SHEPHERD AND HIS which has to deal with n question to fight and die for democracy much. Bring ONE FLOCK national in extent and vital in prin swarming in through Tho general . improvement m thel The last discourses Jesus had at nd tho Hiesopen door. .. ciplc. tint tho half appearanco or too men oi um tho Feast of tho Tnbernarlo was with Hickorv Division" is a revelation. tho Pharisees. Tho topic was 'Tho For thoy had a good right in tho old country store. Tho Navy now lias in its posses even in tho modern age. Good Shepherd." His talk was mado By RICHARD A. FOLEY sion a slock of supplies sufficient for What aro you doing to encour in accents of loving sadness rather I shall nover forget whero tho old average requirements for one year. ago these men to "go over tho top"? than reproving monition. bucket sat Show them you aro backing them Ho spoko in the form of an al Whero wo drank rankest poison and Any mau who can read may learn for himself that history proven in your moral and financial sup legory, using tho illustration of tho COL HUGH JOHNSON seemed to get fat buying a 'ihird Lineriy shepherd and his (lock. Ho referred i'ho round bottom dipper servcu svery war lias stimulated trade. God knows we would bo willing to banish port by that stimulant along with tho others by an act of congress, but the fact Loan Bond. Help the Government to tho Pharisees and Saddurees, well for us all: to mako soldiers who will causo the when He said, "Ho that cntcreth not And of wash pans and soap there remains that after the shock of 18G1, the greatest years in business tho Hun to shudder. by the door into the shecpfold, but highest prices for stocks and bonds came in 'G'J and 'CU. weren't any at all. The song on every' man's lips is climbelh up some other way, tho Ami out In tho gravo yard, so silent And in 18C1 and 18C5 business had big years. In 18GI New York a where shall wo go from hero same Is a Ihief and a robber." Tho unl lone. bank clearings were $G,000,000,000. In 18G2 they wero seven billions; I'liat's tho cry of all tho Sevier Pharisees and Sadducees had got If tho truth had been written on billions m 18G3, fifteen billions; 1861, twenty - four billions; twenty-fiv- o troops ready to go anywhere at the (en control over God's Hock, and many n stono clarion call. in 18G7. claimed it for (hemsolves. Hut, says T'would read, "Hero lies Blank, ho'd 18G5, and twenty-nin- o Christ, as the Eastern shepherd goes In 1801, tho bail year of tho Civil war jwssibly corresponding to havo lived on somo more WHO KNOWS? before his flock, which know his It it hadn't 'a' been for tho old coun tho period we aro now going through there wore $207,000,000 in failAbsolute knowledgo I have none. voice and follow him, so will I lead try store." ures in the United States, and this had dropped to only $'.,3,000,000 in But my aunt's washerwoman's sis my flock, and it is in vain that a 'G', and to seven and eight millions in '63 and '61 respectively, whilo ter's son stranger should seek to lead tho way TIME'S CHANGED there was but littlo increase in tho succeeding several years. Heard a policeman on his beat as the Pharisees havo done. to a laborer on tho street The reason for this, according to Senator Theodore Burton, was that Becauso His listeners did not uu "Tillies havo changed," mused I hat he had u letter Just last week lerstand Him, Ho divided for clear Broncho Bob. 'Times havo changed." "the creat demand incident to tho war, ami the enormous employment Written in the finest Greek ness tho two leading ideas of the Al'Crimson Gulch does seem less of labor, plus the withdrawal of a largo body of mwi as soldiers, prevented Itoiii a Chinese coolie in Timbuctoo legory into "Entrance by tho door" turbulent." tho possibility of depression." Wo are in a better position toilay than YV ho said tho Indians in Cuba knew, nml 'Tho Good Shepherd." Christ "No doubt about it. In tho old Who got it straight from a circus said, "I am tho door. If any man lays if a tenderfoot refused to take our country was during tho Civjl war, becauso, prior to our own entrance clown, enters by Mo ho shall be naved.' a drink with tho boys, they'd shoot into the present war, Kuropo poured hundreds of millions into onr busi About somebody in Borneo Tho Good Shepherd's object was not at him. Now if thoy catch ono try- - ness treasuries, and wo became a creditor instead of a debtor nation. Awl Who heard a man who claimed to for self, for ho said, "I lay down my ng to bring a bottlo into town with now all tho monoy that has been loaned tho allies is being spent here m know Ilfo for My sheep." Theso sheep him, they havo him arrested." addition to billions for our own military purposes, Of a swell female society rake wero not only Jews, but also the mother-in-la- w Whoso will uuder- - scattered sheep of tho Gentiles. To It makes no difference what fallacies of economy may bo enumerated Thcro aro now four times as many tako prove that thoy were Ills, He would vessels in naval service a.s a year by men in high or low position, you caunot affect tho unaltcrablo laws of I'o prove that her seventh husband's call them, and they hearing His voice ago. Tho estimated pay or ouicers supply and demand, nnd men in business may confidently count upon a sister's nolco would follow Him, and the Jews and and men in tho Navy for the first growing demand for their products and upon growing prosperity. Thoy Has stated in a printed pieco year of war was 1125,000,000. Col. Hugh S. Johnsorf, recently des- I hat she has a son who knows a should not bo discouraged by small setbacks or by reactions that will occur Tho air personnel in the first year ignated by President Wilton to be Zulu chief in a sensitive country during a timo.of war. We will soon get used to deputy provoit marshal general, will Who knows that Red Cross funds of war increased from C5 officers and Recruiting olllces aro at Louis-Hi- e, rumors, truo and false, and our system nationally will bocomo imicuuo from this time on practically have ,120 men to ono hundred times that Lexington, Covington, Ash- - to are not used for relief. charge of the operation of tho draft tho shocks. number. Eleven kluds of schools laud, Paducah and Owensboro. from Red Cross law. havo been Installed. ng i The Senior Class was enlerlalned by Mis Margaret Hart, at her home ni .lackson street, Monday evening from seven Id nine thirty. By (he guests had nrrived and were ready for fun. Several games such ns "II," "Teakettle," and others were played, after which were served. Then refreshments Mr. Benlleld favored tho rlass witu a popular soup. Everyone- present onjood the evening, anil It is hoped 'Ibaf wo v ill have another sucl oeiasK'ii. (fi Vf S Av lUls-cho- - - Km ed smoke-blacken- ed nc (aHHaH bed-tim- J History Proves That War Will Prosperity to United States nj April 18. HUH. THE CITIZEN wnrd tis nmongst tho neutrals. Many times nnd more and more we Imve had occnslon to observe that the neutrals show more sympathy for llelglum than for nny other belligerent." Old Men and Doys Taken. The news dispatches Indicate that tho ileportntlnn nnd forced labor of Ilelglans still continue. In n dispatch from Hnvre (New York livening Post, September 1.1, 1017) It Is stnted: "Tho removal of tho civilian population of llelglum continues, according to received here. The town of Haulers, Immediately behind the bnttle line In Plnndcrs, has been evneuated completely. Ostend Is being emptied grndimlly, and two thousand persons already have been sent from Courtral." In another dispatch from Havre (Washington Post. September 21, 1017) It Is stilted that "the German military authorities nt Ilrnges, llelglum, nro conscripting forcibly nil the boys and men of that city between tho nges of fourteen and rlxty to work In munition fnctnrles and shipyards. The rich nnd poor, shopkeepers nnd workmen, nil nro being taken, only tho school tench-crs- , doctors, nnd priests escaping." German Officer Rebuked Men. The following "Order of the Day" shows how the town of Huy escaped the fntc of so many llelglum and Prench towns. Drunken German soldiers were frightened nnil begnn to shoot men nnd bum houses. The commnndlng olllrer condemned this because It was not done by his order nnd becnuce two German soldiers were wounded. It Is evident thnt nmssacres nnd nrson wero permitted only when commanded by tho olllcers. "Last night n shooting nfTrny took plnce. There Is no evidence that the Inhabitants of the towns hnd any nrms In their houses, nor Is there evidence that the people took part In the shooting; on the contrary. It seems tbnt tho Midlers were under the Influence of nlcohol, nnd begnn to shoot In n senseless fear of n hostile nttnek. "The behavior of the soldiers during the night, with very few exceptions, mnkes n scnndalous Impression. "It Is highly deplorable when oHlcers or noncommissioned olllcers set houses on lire without permission or order of the commnndlng, or. ns tlio case mny He, the senior officer, or when by their attitude they encourage the rank nnd file to burn and plunder. "The miserable behnvlor of the men caused n noncommissioned ofllcer nnd n private to be seriously wounded by German bullets. "MAJOH VOX BASSEWITZ." Report of Minister Whltlock. "One Interesting result of the deportations remains to be noted, n result thnt once moro places In relief the German capacity for blundering, almost us grent ns the German capnclty for cruelty. Until the deportations were begun there wns no Intense bntrcd on the part of the lower classes, 1. c, the worklngmen nnd the peasants. The old Gcrmnns of the Idindsturm bad been quartered In Flemish homes; they nnd the Inmates spoke nearly the same language; they got along-fairlwell ; they helped the women with the work, the poor and the bumble bnvlng none of those hatreds of patriotism that are among tho privileges of the upper classes. It Is concelvnble that the Flemish populntlon might hnve existed under German rule; It wns Teutonic In Its origin nnd nlwnys. Hut now the Germans lmvo changed nil thnt. "They hnve dealt n mortnl blow to nny prospect they mny ever hnve had of being tolerated by the population of Flanders; lo tenrlng nwny from nearly every humble homo In tho Innd n husband and a father or n son nnd brother they hnve lighted n fire of hatred that will never go out; they have brought home to every henrt In the land, In n wny that will Impress Its horror Indelibly on the memory of three generations, n realization of what German methods mean, not, ns with the early atrocities. In tho hent of passion and the first lust of wnr, but by one of thn deeds that innke one despair of the futuro of tho hu man race, n deed coldly planned, studi ously matured, nnd deliberately nnd systematically executed, n deed so cruel thnt German soldiers are Bald to lmvo wept In Its execution, nnd so monstrous thnt even Germnn olllcers nre now wild to bo nshnmed. anti-Frenc- h Paga Three. a trifle from your left ear. I do not mean to be rude, but I want to Identify you, ns your name In unfamiliar. I lost n very denr friend years ago, I have looked for her but have not found her. Today Hlalr tells me she may have been In niv home for weeks past," Prom the depths of her chair she looked up nt hlii. There wns a little smile about her Hps as she replied! "The yenrs have effaced the scar, Mr. Henderson, If It Is thnt you have In mind." "Thnnk henven If there Is no trace of It I have always been afraid I disfigured you for life. Hut without It how nm I to know thnt you are really you?" "Am I so greatly changed.?" "You have heard of the duckling nnd the swnn?" "Surely It wns not ns bad ns thnt, but now thnt you mention It I recall that you nnmed mo 'duckling.'" She lnughed. "I hnve been wondering how long It would tnke you to remember me nnd when I entered tho room I had reached the moment when I despaired Mr. Henderson, I must of telepathy. hnve made of your life n burden. Hoys do not nlwnys care for ndorntlon, nnd I ndored you." "It developes ehlvnlry In the right sort of n "fellow," he nnswercd thoughtfully, ns he watched her. "I have often wondered what became of you; why ynu should have dropped so utterly from out my life. I wns bewildered when I found you gone, I had been so long accustomed to ndorntlon that It was hard to adjust myself to the colder attitude of those nbont me. You hnd grown Into the very fibres of my being. The duckling wns lovable. I missed her nnd I missed the enre I took of the senrs did not nttest to It I wnnted to die when I snw you blng In the snow with the blood running down your fnce." He smiled nt the remembrance. "No one seemed to know where your fnther went nfter your mother's death. But I madi n covenant with myself; to find you. I never thought of you ns grown up. It wns nlwnys ns my little sweethenrt, which of course was foolish." "Why, of course," she asked sedately. "Don't you think n child can retain n memory?" She unpinned the wntch hanging upon her breast opened it nnd held It so thnt he could see two little birds drawn upon n scrap of pnper. "I enn mntch that." He snnpped his own open showing two hearts pierced by a dart "But there was something else." ne wns showing more of earnestness thnn the occasion seemed to demand. The girl colored. "I hnve forgotten." Tour pnrdon, but I think not R'e still held her wntch, but ns he sp It fell from her fingers. Something bright rolled awny from It nnd a slip of paper fell so that a line of writing was visible. Blair Henderson stooped, his color rising ns he picked up the trifles. "Why did you say thnt you had forgotten?" he nsked. "Did you believe the boy could know what he wnnted nnd not desire It as a man 7" He looked nt the tiny ring set with turthe scrnp of quoise paper upon which was written 'to my wife.' "Wns that the reason?" "Why should I remember anything when for four weeks I hnve been a guest In your home and you did not recognize me?" "Thnt is over and done with. I know yon now, although I yet do not understand your chnnge of name. Are you going to play with me or will you be honest and give me the chance to show you the mnn is ns earnest as the boy once wns?" "I think, Blnlr, the difference between the man and the boy Is only a matter of years. He seems about the same to me." "And the girl? nns she chnnged?" "When her fnther died she wns ndopted by a very dear aunt and took her name. The yenrs made n great but otherdifference In nppearance, wise she did not alter. Old memories were too precious to part with and she still clings to thera. I cannot play with you. Blnlr. I nm happy In the thought that boy and man are of the same mind, and If the little ring was not so small I would be wearing It now." "That Is a fault easily remedied," he returned, ns he drew her to him. "Ton must let me have the measure of your finger." SOCIALISTS SAW GERMANY'S ERROR Urged That Inhuman Deportations Bo Stopped Bccauso of Effect on Neutrals. GERARD THE WAR, THE FARM AND THE FARMER By hair bnck The Birthday Herbert Quick Wo should have had to ncccpt murn thing against which we coild not defend ourselves. We should havo allowed tills new horror to become a part of nil future wars, and havo been responsible for Its Incorporation Into International law. Wo should have proved that because the flro which burn up our farms' usefulness is beyond the horizon, we wnutd submit to tho kindling of It We might have ncceplcd the seventy cents for wheat nnd tho six cents for cotton, but wo could not have dono It merely becnuso wo were commanded to do it Ily so doing we should havo nccepted degradation. Wo should havo begun, after winning our freedom in our own revolution nnd establishing n union on tho foundation of liberty in tho blood and tears of our war between the states, to knuckle under to autocracy! Wo should have basely yielded up our birthright as Americans. Such a thought is Intolerable. Peace at such a price would not bo peace, but only a preparation for a future Party By SUSAN CLAOETT (Copyright, A 1911, SUMS UP SITUATION "Qermant Will Stop at Nothing, ana the Only Thing They Respect I Hun' Capacity for horee" Cruelty Told by Whltlock. Aroused hy the indignation thoum whole world over the ruthless deportations of the people in Helglum and France, socialist deputies in the reichslag protested against the continuance of the practice. Gerard's evidence shows the extent of the horror. 1j the or Allgemelno In tlio Norddeutscho 1010, the fol.eltung of December lowing protests ngnlnst the deportn-tin- u of Belgians to work In German, nppenred, made, respectively, liy Socialist Deputy Ilnase iiihI Deputy members ot tho relchMiig: 'Thousands of workmen In tlio occupied territory lmvi been compelled to forced Inhor; wo earnestly nsk the government to restore to these workmen their liberty, espeelnlly In Belgium. In truth, wo (the Germans) lliul no sympathy In nentrnl countries; wen the pope tins made n protest ngulnst this procedure, nml several neutral ctntes hnvp done the nunc, Common Hene Itself demnnO Hint wo nbnndon tills procedure which moreover In In opposition to thn In cue convention to which we Imve agreed." "In opposition to the secretary of state. I must recall that when formerly the Belgian workmen who bad lied to Holland returned to Belgium, Governor fleneral von Pissing promlKed that theso Belgian workmen would under no circumstances bo deported to Germany. This reinsuring promise has Hoi been kept." Ambassador Gerard's Interesting testimony appears In his recent Ambassador Gerard' Evidence. 'i no president (during my visit to America In 101(1) Impressed upon mo ins great Interest In the Belgians deported to (Jermnny. The nctlon of Germany In thus cnrrylng n great part of the male imputation of Belgium Into virtual slavery had roused grent Indignation In America. As the revered Cardinal Parley said to mo n few days before my departure, 'You Imve to go back to the times of the Modes nnd the Persians to And n like example of a whole people carried Into bondage.' "Mr. Grew had made representations about this to the chancellor nnd, on my return. I Immediately took up the question. "I was Informed that It was n military measure, that I.ndendorf hnd feared that the llrltlsli would hrenk through and overrun llelglum nnd that the military did not propose to Imve n hostile population nt their backs who might cut the rail lines of communication, telephones nnd telegraphs, nnd that for this reason the deportation bad been decided on. I was, however, told I would be given permission to visit these Belgians. The pusses, nevertheless, which alone mnde such visiting possllde were not delivered until n few days before I left Germany. Belgian Forced to Make Munition. "Several of these Ilelglans who were put to work In Ilcrlln managed to got nwny nnd come to see mo. They gave me n hnrrowlng account of bow they bad been seized In llelglum nnd made to work In Oermnny nt making munitions to be used probably against their own friends. "I said to the chancellor, There nro Ilelglans employed In mnklng shells contrary to nil rules of war and the Ho said, 'I do Hngue conventions. not believe It.' I snld. 'My automobile Is nt the door. I can tnko you, tu four minutes, to where HO Belgians nro working on the manufacture of shells.' Hut be did not find time to go. "Americans must understand tbnt tho Germans will Btop nt nothing to ,wln this war. nnd thnt tho only thing they respect Is force." Jnmes W. Gerard. My Pour Years In Germany, 1017, pp. :.n-r2- . A slmllnr point of view Is expressed In an article entitled "Vne VIctis" from the Hungarian newspaper News-znw- n of lludnpest (quoted In K. G. Militarism nt Work In llelglum nnd Germany, 1017, pp. Mixed Hungarian Opinion. skill, nnd especially "Mecbnnlcnl qunlllled mecbnnlcnl skill, Is for tho moment n more Importnut fuctor than lusual, and nH It must bo obtnlned where It can bo obtained, llelglum has had to suffer In accordance with the old saying which always holds good: Vue vlctls (woe to tho vanquished). In Poland mechnnlcul skill and tho Inrms which exist there nro mobilized s under 'tho glorious nnd fortnnnte of Poland ;' In llelglum under 'tho banner of necessity.'" Tho question remains: for what kind of work will tho Germans use the Ilelglans? . . . every kind of work In Germany Is wnr work, whether it is called ncrlculturnl or Indus trial work. As tho deported Ilelglans Iisto not given their consent, their uso Is contrary to International law, and the policy of the Germans In llelglum nnd Poland Is equally to bo deplored. Instead of nlinlug nt bringing us nearer peace, It serves to embitter our opponents nnd to nrouse more hntred to- IJItt-mau1 lok: What tho Imperial Oerman government offered the farmers of America In lis ruthless submarine warfare was not the loss of profits, but slavery to of Potsdam. He purthe saber-rattleposed to make us slaves by murdering the peoplo who took our products to markot. Hy nil tho laws of civilised warfare, commerce under n neutral flag was free from nny hindrance except tho legal Interference Justified by war. Hut the Germnns not only stopped merchant vessels, they rank them. Bank them without warning, without trace tho most devilish thing war has seen since the savages scalped our ancestors and threw screaming babies Into the flames of burning cnblns. Tho German plan of sinking merchant vessels without traco Is based maxim that on the murderer's "dead men tell no tales." It was executed by tho massacre of men, women nnd children, who, having committed themselves to small boats In tho open sea after their ships wero raked torpedoed, wero mercilessly with gunfire, and exterminated to tho last unprotected, unpltlcd soul! These aro the murders that stain tho hands of tho kaiser, his advisers and minTheso outrages wero perions. petrated on neutral vessels; when all that civilized warfare gave the Germans a right to do oven with tho merchant vessel under a hostile flag, was to stop It at sea and make It a prize of war. To kill tho civilians on board, oven under a hostile flag, was nothing but unmitigated murder. And theeo murders wero committed in order that we might bo enslaved! Having the right to tako the sea with bis fleet, but being afraid to do so for fear he might loso It, and being unable by fair means to stop tho selling of our products to his enemies, the kaiser declared that ho would do It by the foulest methods ever resorted to In war. He declared tho sea closed, and that he would keep It closed, not by war, but by murder. would have To hnvo submitted cost us dear In prosperity; but that would have been the least of our der as by the McClure Newspaper Syndicate.) snow; revolt against subjugation. Better any sort of war; better war forever, than thnt Whenever tho tlmo comes for new sacrifices, let us remombcr that wo fight not for our liberties tomorrow or next year or twenty years from now, but for our freedom today. Not for the, right to live in tho future, but for the right to mako a living this year. German oppression had begun to pinch us before we entered tho war. If we had not declared war, but had accepted tho conditions of life ordered for us by tho kaiser, we should today be n poverty-stricken people. Our fac- tories would be shut down, our workmen unemployed, our people starving, our farmers ruined by the poverty of those for whose consumption they grow thoir crops. There Is loss and sacriflco In the war, but there would have been far more of loss and sacriflco In accepting the Gorman terms. Wo should have lost more In money than we have spent In the war, but we should have lost something far loss. We should have had to grovel before more precious. We should have last i our souls. the German government LET S WIND HIM UP crunch of feet upon the hard n gurgle of laughter ending In n scream of delight. Ulnlr Henderson lifted his head, n smile upon his lips. He glanced nt his desk piled high with work, hesitated, turned toward the window, pnused again, then walked across the room, threw up the sash and leaned nut. At the moment no one wns In sight; then, nin Id n gnlc of laughter, a bobsled came from the end of the house rushing with the flectness of the wind down tho steeply sloping Inwn. Hlalr counted ns the sled passed. "Where on earth did tho youngster get them nil," he wondered. His gaze followed the children out of sight then came back to n womnn stnndlng near the steps leading up to the bouse. She did not turn her hend nnd, given the opportunity, ho watched her Intently noting the hair; the brilliant color of the half-seecheek.. He wns struck, too, by the perfect poise of his sister's friend who hnd been a guest In his home for several weeks. Absorbed In his work he hod scarcely noticed her before; had shown her only such courtesy ns was due her as n house guest, meeting her only at meal time, and lately not then. He had given this no heed. Now, ns he watched her, he Idly wondered If she hnd been nway and hnd Just returned. As the thought came to him she ran quickly up the steps and Into the hnll. An hour Inter n very tired little boy crept Into his uncle's arms to tell of his wonderful afternoon. "Yon know, It's my birthday, nn' Muvvcr gave me a party an' told me I could go out Into the 'byways nnd hedged' an' gather 'era In. I didn't know Just what she meant Uncle Blair an' I didn't see no hedges nn' no but I went out on the street an' found Jimmy who sells pnpers nn' blncks shoes. He's grent nnd Jimmy told me 'bout the npple boy who lives wny oft from here, nn' we went for him an he told me of Hobby Burns. He hns only one leg, but thnt didn't make nny difference 'cause his crutch walks as fast ns the good leg. An' coming bnck we met the butcher's boy, nnd I asked him as nice as I could an' when we got bnck Tim was here nn cook's boy and girl." The man laughed. "I hope your mother hnd enough to eat "It was Just beautiful. There was Ice cream hearts an' cakes an' nn' Ellen told us stories nbont St Vnlentlne, 'cause I'm n Valentine bnby. Did you know that, nncle wind-blown san'-wlch- Blair?" Blnlr the elder drew the boy close. "Surely, the most wonderful valentine hcver heard of. But who Is 'Ellen?'" The boy looked surprised. "Why, you see her every day." "I do? Then perhaps I don't know her by that name. But It sounds familiar." He. thought for n moment, diving back Into old memories. "I hnd n little sweetheart by that name. She was Just about as big as you and she sent me n vnlentlne every year until after I went to college. I have one of thera In the back of my watch where I can look nt It now and then." He pulled out his watch, opened it nnd gazed nt the picture within with a reminiscent smile. "That wns the last one slio sent me and I never heard from her again. I am always looking for her nnd sometime I hope I will forget-me-not- "WniTLOCK." Conclusion. Mr. Hoover's mature conclusions on the Germnn practices In Helglum, which ho wrote for the pamphlet by the committee on public ln formation, reinforce tho detailed cvl' denco nlrendy presented : Mr. Hoover's Septenrtier, 1017. hnve been often cnlled upon for n statement of my observntlon of Ger mnn rule In Helglum nnd northern I ban-tier- "... France. Whoa April is bringing tlio little I have neither the desire nor tho birds singing nnd wild blossoms adequate ien to picture the scenes Hinging their norfumo so sweet, which Iinvo heated my blood through the two nnd n half years that I lmvo Your heart's fondly wishin' for timo and permission to Just go spent In work for tho relief of theso 10.000,000 people. in comfort complete; The sight of the destroyed homes You long to bo dreaming whoro sun-sliinnd cities, the widowed nnd father Is streaming and ripples less, the destitute, tho physical misery aro gleaming liko jewels aglow-Th- en peoplo but partially nourished nt of a you say, I beg pardon; my best, the deportation of men by tons muscles I'll harden. I'm due for of thousand to slavery In Germnn tho garden, the man with tho mines nnd factories, tho execution of hoo!" men nnd women for paltry effusions of their loyalty to their country, the sacking of every resourco through Tho robin liird giggles. Your henrt bumps ami jiggles. A fishing flnunclnl robbery, tho battening of worm wiggles before you in armies on the slender produco of tho country, tho denudation of tho country scorn. ot cattle, horses, nnd textiles; all theso Your fishing lino trusty is knotted things wo had to witness, dumb to and dusty. Tho hooks have help other than by protest nnd sympa grown rusty and all is forlorn. thy, during this long nnd terrlblo time, You can't pauso to mend them. Such and still these nro not the events of Joys you must end them, and tho effects of a grind bnttle heat, but mournfully sonil them whero lng heel of a race demanding tho mas trifles should go. tership of the world. You must Join tho great numbers; no THE NATION'S H0EMANRY one, too," he said. "A big boy gave It to her when she was a little girl. Isn't It funny both of you've got pictures, only hers is lots prettier. Two little birds, she calls them love birds, kissing each other lots prettier than those hearts with a , stick running through 'cm." The watch closed with a snap and a look of keen Interest crept Into the man's eyes. "I must make the- acqunlntnnce of this wonderful lady who tells stories nnd carries love birds nbout with her. Where can we find her?" Blnlr looked at his uncle In aston"Don't ym renlly, truly ishment. know her? She's been here a long time. She did go nway but ciuno an' she's been slldln' down You're Jokln" Uncle hill nil mornln'. nil so kalo nnd cucumbers. De sist from your slumbers, oh, man Blnlr." you mean Bliss Fairbanks? Is "Do with tho hoc I she 'Ellen?'" Blnlr Junior nodded. "An' now I RAW COTTON FROM UNITED must go nn' It certainly Is nice to have birthday parties." Slipping from his STATES GOES TO SPAIN Tho War Trade Hoard has grant uncle's knees the boy mnrched from cd licenso for raw cotton to Spain the room leaving the man In a brown did not in quantity sufllcicnt to load several study from which he opening emerge of the until aroused by the Spanish vessels. This action prolibrary door. necessary to fill tho vides cotton Tho girl paused as she was about to normal requirements of the Spanish enter, tfcen came Into the room. Even mills. then she seemed to hesitate, he Under tho agreement with Spain thought, and watched her Intently as that nation permits free export to she approached, searching for some tho allies of certain commodities in resemblunce between this woman of return for which tho United States graceful behrlng and the awkward but grown Into his permits, so far as consistent with lovable child who had He offered her when a youth. export heart its conservation policies, tho his chair and himself stood before the to Spain of necessary supplies of glowing nre. cotton and other commodities to Ho was unconscious of the Intent-nes- s cover Bcnuino Spanish requireof his gate as be searched her ments. face and as she did not speak at once, be said abruptly: "My nephew hat made of my rolud Maybo you can satisfy your by buying a $50.00 Liberty a maze of memories, Miss Fairbanks, Will yea be so good as to push your Bond, but wo sort of doubt it. con-soieu- co her." The youngster looked at the draw ing with Interest "Ellen's watch has And Why the Blue Heron la Funny. Did you ever wntch a great blue heron fishing? Knee deep he stands In some pool, stream or bay, and no marble statue has anything on him for being Immovable, says the Philadelphia Ledger, Presently tome member of the finny tribe, perhaps a chap out of class or the whole school even, wanders by beneath tho crystal depth and whack I The combination of long bent neck and dagger bill does a stunt that Is both funny nnd effective and generally gets the fish. The entire aspect Is peculiar and hard to describe; It Is much like a miniature and plumed clothesrack with a crazy tongs attachment the latter being lengthened by a released wutchsprlng. You can see It, but merely bo; no more than that Cros Purposes. "Brother llardesty, you believe In the efficacy of prayer, don't yout" "Sure I do." "Well, some ot us have been praying that we may be able to raise monty enough to build a new meeting boose this year, you know." "Yes, and some of us bat been pray-ithat we may be able to make the old one last one more year; an' that's the prayer, Brother Keepalong, thaff join to be answered." n' it i, Pace Four. THt CITIZEN April IS. 1018. LOCAL PAGE NEWS OK BEREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES The Farmer is No Exception The farmer should outrank every other class of individuals when it comes to buying Dean & Stafford REAL ESTATE Bank & Trait Bldg. Best Blacksmithing Bcrea, Ky. Jackson. II. L Duncan, of I'aint Lick, visit ed his brother, W. II. Duncan Sun Mr. and Mrs. D. N. Jnckson anil Mr, and Mrs. T. J. Black and Mr. Alex Black all of Speedwell, motored to Beren Sun da to visit with Mr. and Mrs. J. II. daughter (ieneva, THIRD LIBERTY BONDS He, of course, has a hard labor problem to meet, but so has every one in these trying- days. The more v the farmer produces the greater his income, nnd consequently the more Liberty Bonds he can buy to furnish money to help win the war. " Scientific liorso shoeing, fine Iron work and repairs of all descriptions at tho College Blacksmith Shop, Main Street, north of The Citizen ad. Office. We SELL hats and sell them right. ad. Mrs. Laura Jones. Miss Sarah Settle visited her cousin. Mrs. Carlos Moore, near I'aint Lick last Sunday. Fred Turner of the class of 191?, i now in training as an airplane mechanic and is stationed at S. San Antonio, Texas. Ho would appreciate letters from his friends, who may address him. Line 02, Kelly Field No. i. He nnd his comrades read and enjoy THE CITIZEN. Miss Mary Wertenberger is suf fering from another attack of ton sillitis and lias been conllncd to her homo for the past week. Joseph Andrew and son, Oilhert, of Maryland, father ajid brother of Mrs. W. G. Noble, arc spending a pleasant visit al the home "of tho latter. Combs. r.heslnut street. W. fi. Noble returned from the The Ladies' Aid. of the Christian East, Sunday, after attending It is Church, meets with Mrs. Warford home Annual Conference. on Center street. good Jersey nod Holslein S'ome Miss Edna Early spent from Fri Tarlton day until Monday with relatives In fresh heifers for sale. on Ad-S- day. We can match your shoes in hat nl I.nnrn Jones' slore. Shoes, clove: and hats all match or should blend in color this season. We have tho hat for you. Come and gel it a nd.-- ll unco. Wo sell lints. W. II. Duncan Inis been conllncd to his home several days with an abscess tinder the right arm. Mr. and Mrs. Benlor Fielder aro the proud parents of a littlo son who arrived in their home recently Miss Helen Fnircliild. a formci Herea student, visited friends in Berea at tho first of the week. Mr. McElroy, of the Vocational Faculty, was in Louisville at tl llrst of the week. Owen Batson and Miss Mary Marsh, of the College Department at their home spent the week-en- d npnr Cvnthiana. Mrs. J. H. Jackson was shopping in Richmond last week. Found : Young dog. Can be had by describing and paying for tins advertisment. 0. W. Mead, PresiAd-1- 2, dent's House, Berea. Tho Baptist Ladies' Missionary Society meets with Mrs. J. IL Jack-snn. The men and boys who leave the farm to go to the front need the farmers' help. By buying LIBERTY BONDS you will do your share in bringing the boys back safely home as soon as possible. See us at once and get your share of Third Liberty Bonds . THE BEREA NATIONAL BANK "As Long as the Hill Stands" play written by Mrs. Hugh Oldfield will be given in the Tabernacle by the Berea Naval Service Girls A Remember have lots of fine farms in Mississippi listed for sale, that were listed for a year or longer, before the advance of farm lands there and everywhere. Write me, and describe the kind of farm you want, and I will write you telling the kind of farm I have, and I believe I can fill the bill. Also I have some houses and nice building lots in Berea, Ky.", for sale. Will-selthem at the right price if bought at once, as I want to buy more of this Mississippi black lime, alfalfa farm lands. 1 l mountain That Saturday, April 27, 1918, 7:00 p. m. Admission 10 and 15c. Reserved seats 10c FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE 3 The water pipes are being laid on Chestnut street this week. The piping will go to C. Lewis' shop. Nice conservative shapes in good milan and milan hemp braids for tlie ladies of quiet taste in hats, at ad.-i- 2 Laura Jones' store. Mrs. Orris Moore and little son visitors at tho homo were week-en- d of her sister, Mrs. V. H. Duncan. J. H. Jackson spent Sunday with homo folks Mrs. J. M. Kinnard and children visited in the country Saturday and Sunday. Miss May Jones, of Lexington, spent Sunday in Herea with her mother. Misses Elsie anil Bertha Atzen-hoefe- r. both seniors in the College Class this year, have left school to accept Oovermental positions in Washington, D. C. Mr. Wesley Boutorse. of the Col-leDepartment, was out of town for a short timo. visiting homo folks in Georgia. Mr. Tom Kinnard is suffering from a very sore, hand, which was caught in the belt of a saw mill, and his flesh badly torn. Nice line of boys' hats, while, checked, all colors, whilo they last, Ad-5- 2 at Laura Jones. go The Most Famous Chef could not prepare more appetizing dishes than you will find right here at our restaurant. We cater especially to particular people those who can appreciate the be si of foods and the beat of cooking. We satisfy big appetites at small expense. And we're always ready io give quick and courteous service. Seal's Resturant Main Stre.t Br, Phont 41 .Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adams of Winchester and Mrs, Jack Laswell or Brush Creek wero called here .Monday on account of the illness of their mother, Mrs. Nannie Bran naman, who is seriously ill. Mr. and .Mrs. W. B. Jones and It- tie son, Jack, spent Sunday in Winchester, visiting relatives. Brother Hudspeth is holding a re vival meeting at Orlando this week. Miss Myrtle Johnson, who has been tho night nurse at tho Robin son Hospital, is away on her vaca tion. She will visit relatives in Virginia, Indiana, and at Louisville. Miss flaines Allen, a Normal stu dent, spent from Friday until Monday at her home in Winchester. C! fp..,,, Utlll.r 1,1 till, "J t?U I.. f . ff.ni.1 IIUIH Pnrnri Tnv. lor was here Saturday visiting old school friends before he sails for somewhero in France. Mrs. John W. Begley. formerly Miss Edna Ray, of Hazard was here Friday to see school chums. Berea Bank & Trust Company will ad.-S- 2 7 iistribute thorobred Rhode Island Mrs. A. F. Scruggs, of Boone street, Red ol'ks continuously till tho close ad.-1- 2 is ill at her home. of tho hatching season. William Hanson, of Lexington, Thomas J. Terry, of the class or .na in Horon FridaV. 13. will receive his M. A. degree William Dooloy left Monday ior from the University of California in Knoxville. Tenn. May. I' S Wvatt was in London Mon Tho Rev. D. W. Brown writes to day afternoon on business. tlie Rev. C. S. Knight the s.ul news W. D. Ferguson, or ciovcianu, u.. of his physical breakdown. Ho is n iwoa visitor last Thursday ompelied to leave His worK at Miss Edith Phillips of WiKiio was akn Forest and take refugo in the hero Friday, shopping. dryer climate of the southwest. His D W. Riddle and family will move trouble is a pulmonary infection from Boone street into the liouso which will cost him n heroic strife v. here W. B. Walden lived. for a further useful life. Mrs. Lou Hanson was entertained George Howard, who is on the to luncheon Sunday at the home of '. S. S. Pennsylvania, is spending Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hunt on Estill n eight day furlough with homo street. friends. He is now a third class Little Scott T. McGuire, the only Carpenter's Mate; is well pleased son of Mr. and Mrs. Scott T. villi his work. He is an interested has been t"Ue ill for a few cader or THE CITIZEN and saw to days, but is now improving nicely. t that his subscription was renewMisses Martha and Rebecca Muncv al. He nnd his brother, Richard, spent Saturday and Sunday in Richnay be addressed at Fortress Mon mond, visiting their brother. E. H. roe. Ya., U. S'. S. Pennsylvania. Money, the "Furniture Man." Sergeant-Maj0. II. Twiford. loin Mrs. Nannie Brannaman was taken ero Squadron. A. E. F. France. suddenly ill Sunday afternoon, after w rites under date of March linn, returning from a visit with her son. I am tliis day in receipt of nlh Charles Adams, of Winchester. Sho CI TIZEN and I read with pleasure was taken to the Robinson HospUal tli m Honor Roll of Berea College. I Monday afternoon. I lave bad the pleasure of meeting t Timsn mid now shanes in hats you veral of Berea s former students see in your magazines can all ho rn France and will say they are all found at Laura Jones' Store. Ad-t- 2 Private 1st Class m liking good. Elliot SWairord was tho guest of I Imo Flannery of Berea is in my Miss "Ilea" Scrivner of Center street S uiadron and is up for advance Saturday and Sunday. ment. I will bo glad to hear from Mr. and Mrs. John Money and B rea College proper, and from any d, daughter, Evelyn, motored to of my former classmates who caro Sunday. to write." The lied Cross department that Tho youngest child of Mr. and worked nights last week certainly rs. W. E. Ilix Is reported in u made a large number of surgical Tious condition. dressings to send "Over There." II.. E. Peters, formerly of Paint Mrs. William II. Stowe leaves this 1. Ink. mow near Deputy, week for Ohio. Ind, has been spending ten days A. B. York of Buekhorn was here ith his aged mother nnu various over Sunday visiting William Aniends in tills vicinity. Ho loft derson. for his homo yesterday. Tlie Progress Club met at tho homo of Mrs. J. W. Hcrndon last Thursday. Hesitato to buy a Liberty Bond Tho Missionary Meeting was hold and ovcntually you may loso your at the homo of Mrs, Lou Hanson all. last Wednesday afternoon. T re. or Rich-mon- Slnnfnnl. Leonard Fielder, who is stationed at Camp Taylor, spent several days in Berea this week, visiting ins brother. Benton. Von don't have to no to the city for your bat. You can get any kind and any shape you want at Laura ad.-- JJ Jones'. Price is right, too. r.nrn. Honrv Hitter, of Camp Tay lor, was visiting friends in Berea, over Sunday. Mis Sarah Houk. of the college Department, has been having a pleasant visit from lier moincr iur iho. nnst three weeks. n.o Ap.nlnmv Senior Cla's of this .vim worn ilelichtful v entertain eti at the homo of Miss jiargarei Hart, one of their members, ai iier homo on Jackson street, Monday evening. . . Such a big new lot or nais in ai .innos' this week, match any i mi .irnsc nml suit anv face. Prices, Anvlindv can eel tne nat niniii Do vou right, too. iiw.v For sale or exchange: the Old Dripping Springs property, con sisting of 15 acres of land, live springs, one well, three building with 20 rooms in all, largo barn, storo house, mill house, two poul try houses and good orchard. Will sell for cash or exchange for city property in Berea, Ky. Call or write John D. Wilson, Crab Orchard, ad-t- ? Kentucky. Oh, Forget It! Pardon me, but these houses and lots that I speak of as being for sale above here, are this day taken off of the market. I will buy any property in Berea if can buy it at such a bargain as I offered my houses and lots for. am going to get more Mississippi alfalfa land, but if anybody in Berea has property to sell I say, like I offered to sell mine let him price it up to me. I know what Berea is, and I know what she needs, and I know what is coming. Think of the resources of trade she has, mountain range for coal, timber, oil, and the blue grass and farming lands, and Berea at the junction of all these good things. Now, that is not all there is about Berea, and " the half has never vet been told." Think of it. The ' Wonder of the World " is right here in Berea Berea College. Now that beats it all, and if you don't believe this, you just don't know what Berea College is doing, and has done. To cap the stock all off, saying nothing of business done here, we have hospitals, doctors, surgeons and nurses "to kill and cripple." " Last, but not least," we have a plenty of all kinds of dentists. Now you know we have "Some Town," and we are going to make it better after we win this war. Let us all stand behind the boys "over there" if with nothing more than with plow and hoe. We can all do that if we can't buy a Liberty Bond. "The truth is no lie." 1 1 I S " Born Tailoring and Dr. S. R. Baker Berea Rockcastle Flint variety, develop ed, grown and named by J.W. Hos- kins. (iermination IXWi. Cert Hied by County Agent Spenee. Oct the corn Wartime Economy immmmmmm imwmmmmtmm Kentucky F. L. MOORE'S seed corn for sale to buy "cheap It's ioor economy because Jewelry Store FOR clothes at WELCH'S. FOR SALE Ad- -t I "choaJ" clothes arc cheap in quality. First Class Repairing AND 1 17-- (Ad-3- Porno Fodder and Straw. W. A. Ogg, Phono 8) 2. And it is extravagant to pay high good Fine Line of Jewelry MAIN ST. BEREA, KY. prices for clothes of quality, when SEED CORN FOR SALE Yellow Seed Corn, guaranteed germination, $i.00 per bushel. M. 1)0 of materials and workmanship at sensibly moderate prices. (ftt$lJnt Born Clothes offer the best Born - tailored M. WIDES J. Carrier, Big Hill, Ky. the General Dealer, gives notioe that Scrap iron and other Junk have advanced in price. Wanted, M Can or More I EGGS FOR SALE Scrap Iron, Rhodo Island Red Eggs in Copper, Heavy Heavy Copper, Liikt 6. 0. Red Brass, Heavy Talspected and recommended by Mr, low Brass, Light Brass lino, Lead, Beet Hides, Horse Hides, Foay uU Uliapill, pouury expuri mini $1.00 per setting; $0.00 per Colt Hides, No. 1 Skeep SkUs, Raff, No. 1 Rubber, No. 3 Rnkber, Ante. Mrs. Luther Todd, hundred. Dtaltr) J. Berea B. Richardson - Kentucky Also bur ergs and poultry at fclffe-e- st 'Phono Ad.-market price. Call ma fetter selling. Am paying more tkaa say one else ia town. If you east de crusiers, capable of liver, i win oaji for your goeca. Our 35,000-to- n 35 knots, will bo the fastest in tho riiM sea a aw world. Coylo, Ky. Casings. $100 in Education Equals $1,000 in Land. April 18. IMfl. THE CITIZEN NORSE FEELING FOOD The Citizen A. family Newipaper for Ml that It fight, true, and Interfiling I'nWI.hnl rrrry Thurariay at SMART PEOPLE BUY DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS FROM PINCH lWa, Kf. People Growing Uneasy Over Failure to Agree With America Labor Attitude Cauee Anxiety. BEREA (IncAfpofattd) WM. O. FROST. Editof-livCMC. II. WERTENRFRGIR. M.ita.lnf Editor PUBLISHING Co. OWEN McKEE THERE IS .Ri) Subicriplion Ratea PAVAW.R IN ADVANCK One Year Hl Montlii Thira Monlhi , ll.Ofl RflAnq MPPTINfJ I roitllH UlCCtillg held In Vocational Chnpol IllSlweek failed f h" noted III these columns ns i.iv.itl'rm..i.. i Any on muling-acrtptlonaforui. four yrarljr SOII10 other dntll WnS pending, lo ,r"'or complete snino. Tho nltiiilaiirt " InTri':,: Aj.tl.lnraton application. ,,ol s r(?(, n,glt 1X. - poet for such nn nrrnsfnn. bounty SCArrOLD CANE HILL CONTRACT, Head Engineer Hnxd-- r opened llio trict hoards, 07,710 men were ex Hunt Again Routed! LET t iitfctitiK Willi it prui'linil (alk on cused from military duty. With tho American Army In France Tlio contract for building Dixie rikhI roads from the stnnilpoint of (H the men exempted i.tifla were A storming force made up from foui Highway over Scaffold Cane hill the Engineer. IIi made nn appeal Federal or Stale olllcers; ministers companies, attacked th has been Id for approximately $10- .- fur higher standards in road buihl-00- :i,l7(i; divinity students, 3,1(1; in tho Herman Americans on the right bank of th "WILL C. E. BECOME A Y. W. C. Al" The instance to he hiiill is LIBERTY LOAN PARAGRAPHS Iiik nnil harniony and military and naval service, 17,822 Mcuse, north of St. Mihlcl (southwest Como on, hoys! This question miles. The contractor is James of residents to help supply teams You'll never regret buying a LibCounty nnd municipal ollleials of Verdun), ani yero routed after t litgglns who will begin at once with; in construction of roads. Walnut iiuinhcring 88!) were discharged; c us hard fight. Thirty-fou- r dead German! was asked hy n C. K. girl, nnd you erty Ilontl. V'ou may regret that his earth and rock crews of ten Meadow pike is to he overhauled lomhouse clerks, 171; mail cm and ten wounded remained In th nre to answer it. Where nnd how you didn't. American trenches. Thirty (lermat are you spending your, vesper hour teams nnd machinery. Unit lalior is needed to execute this ployces, I.S70; nrsennl workmen The third Liberty loan chance is Hit will conduct his own camp work. He stated that Huron and 2,.T8; Federal employees designated dealt lay In No Man's Iand. Several Last Sunday evening at C. E. there a poor timo to fail in making a hit. wounded Hermans were rescued bj were three times ns many girls as near tint workings. The estimated, roiiununity is a very rredilnhle. hy the President, 1,777; pilots, Refusing to buy Liberty Bonds their comrade. The German attacV hoys, and for sometime the organi- is one way of saving time for completing this very dir- - portion of the county and its for the Kaiser. 2.000. mariners, was prefaced by a heavy bombard zation seems lo have been growing piece of work is set at eight jlher rntid development, will largely Tho Liberty Loan campaign is the ment with high explosives and polsor, inN a girls' association. Now, this battle of the months. There Is nothing in the depend upon her citizens. He IN GERMANY DO NOT gas, first Saturday morning, then re will never do, boys. You can't afway of having a splendid road over stales that there are from 50 to 75 PRISONERS Liberty Bonds are the llncst form sumed at midnight and intermittent!) LOSE RIGHT TO WAR this reputed imptwsihle stretch of mill's of Macndam roads needed in continued until at dawn the encm ford to miss what C. E. has for you, of national Insurance. INSURANCE highway. The Dixie lliphwav Is i the county. People are object-in- g At present prices for his product laid down a severe barrage and ther or lo have girls outnumber you. American soldiers and sailors it: sent his Infantry forward. charge So get ye in your apparel, boys, nnd Liberty Bonds are the farmer's best reality. to ta.x'es hut want roads. (ierman prison cajnps prior lo April was met by the Americans The gren with show your loyalty. huy. Judge Price followed, voicing the 12, HUH. will not bo deprived or their ades and bayonets, and the brilliant Next Sunday evening Messrs. Think it over: Liberty Bonds or sentiments expressed hy Mr. Hax-te- r. rights to war-ris- k PROGRESS CLUB ELECTS insurance he rush of the Americans turned Transportation is one of the cniiso of inability to make personal emj back with heavy losses. the en llenrv Sebastian anil Htiv Petty will maybe bondage without liberty. orriCERs discuss tho topic, "How and what to1 Clipping Liberty Bond coupons for The Progress Club was entertain vital (piestions of tho day, he' said, application, provided sucli n.pplicn Head" lief. I'hil. S: B, and I Tim yourself is better than digging up in each county we need organi hy Mrs. fillhert and Mrs. Hern-'nn- d ed lion is made in their behalf. Widow's Short Time of Mourning. i:i:i. You will want to know what for the Kaiser. don at the home of tho latter on aliens to operate road machinery. statement hy the According to a In the territory of the French Conco hooks have been tho greatest help The Kaiser's new gun shoots 75 Jackson street. Thursday, April ll.'of which the county is possessor of Secretary of Hie Treasury, nppiica. there Is a tribe whose Institution of 1 other people Many a person miles but its a piker compared lo a Mrs. flilhcrt cave n svnoosis of a! an excellent outfit. He staled Hint Hons for insurance may be made in mourning for widows Is tolernnt. The a gootl education Liberty Bond. livlk givou at IUcIiiicmkI hy Mrs. the .Itidgr and Fiscal Court would behalf of surh prisoners hy persons duration of widowhood depends there hns acquired fiihoii, n Ited Cross worker, recent stnnd hack of Mr. Haxter in what within the permitted class of bene on the wind. After the death of her and become a splendid worker for While your are hesitating to buy ly returned from France, and Mrs. ever undertakings he plans for the llciaries under the military and nav husband the Inconsolable widow Is Christ, hy knowing what books to a Liberty Bond thousands are hurCowley gave a'very impressive lalk improvement of our road, because nl Insurance law. This class includes compelled to place a flag on the roof read and how to read them. Now rying to offer their lives. Buy your Liberty Bonds early upon war conditions at the present "p unuerstanus roan iiiniiiing am wife, child, parent, brother, or sis- of her house. So long as the flag does is your chance. unless your dollars are dearer than, and explained the detail of pur- - knows his work as lload Kngineej ter. Aplication should be made lo not stir the widow must not turn her thoughts awny from the departed; no your family and your liberty. FROM WILLIAM L. DIZNEY chasing I.lherly Hond. Aroused hyj Mr. Charles Higgins gave sohm the Hureaii of Wnr-Itis- k Insurance sooner, however, is the flag ngttnted You might uso that extra hour on 'warning advice as to what is neces-Th- e In n letter from Win. L. Di.nov this the Cluh voted to huy a Ilond. Wnshiiigton, D. C. by the wind, and be It the slightest at to his mother from Camp McArtluir, the day in selling Liberty Bonds. fnlliiwiiiP nniper mitk ..h.rleil arv to do in order to hold tlie breeze, she not only Is free, but alSome or us will have to do our bit for the coming year: President, Mr.' nixie for this section of the Eastern most In duty bound, to remarry. Such, Texas, he says: REPORTS TO SURGEON GENERAL His remarks were timely ScniirL'S! Mrs. V .!.. lloute. at least. Is required by the custom. Tho "I am trying to make a good soldier at history making by purchasing SHOWS HEALTH CONDITIONS wind test Is not required If the hus and you know with my disposition Liberty Bonds. Haird: Secretary. Mrs. Jixi Ollhert: and should he heeded. He madi GOOD IN ARMY CAMPS pb'a fir the subscriptions to be paid band happened to die on a stormy day. it is hard to take some things. I Treasurer, Mrs. W. O. Hayes. The health of troops in the Uni In this event tt Is not necessary at all have qualified for the Record SUNG AS LAST VERSE OF I'nmiy reiresnmenis were servoti, n " very good, ac that the mnch afflicted widow plant the Shooting. When Hie 19th gets over "AMERICA" enjoyed. Special, Tho chairman, Mr. Herndon. np ted States continues and a social hour to a recent report to the flag on her house to console herself there the papers will bo telling a The following appropriate, lines commendation is due the retiring pointed a publicity committee con cording (Jeneral of the Army hy the with a new husband. different story from what they do are now sung as the last verse of president, secretary, and treasurer sisting of Dean Clark. Editor W'or Surgeon AdDivision of Field Sanitation. now. I am glatl to know that Uerea America:" tenberger and .1. W. Herndon. for their efficient service during mission, noneffective nnd death rates Coats of Tar and Feathers. "find save our splendid men. teachers are my friends." the pat year. Toledo, O. Accused of being out are somewhat higher than last re Send them safe home again. and for refus THE INSANE ARE PATRIOTIC port, due chielly to prevalence of wardly too God save our men ! ing to purchase liberty loai bonds, BETA ALPHA vs. PI SIGMA BEREA RED CROSS REPORT FOR witli com Keep them victorious, Feminine patients at St. Kli7.ii iiilluenza and bronchitismany APRIL Last Saturday evening Beta Alpln of our three residents of Hollaad, Ohio, wer plicating pneumonia, in Patient anil chivalrous. aroused from their sleep, takes Inte ami I'i Sigma held their second an Our workers have shipped this beth's, the government hospital for northern camps. They are so dear to us, the streets, tarred and feathered and nual declamation contest. Ileta AI the insane at Wnshiiigton. I). C, are month: National fiuanl camps, ns a group, then brought to this city, where tbej God save our men ! doing their share in knitting for (lie 50 Hospital Hel Shirts. continue with remarkable low rates. were paraded In Liberty Co art and pint was represented by Messrs. They also sing "Soon may one i Army. Wool furnished them hv HoberLson, Hailey antl Hines, while 00 '1'. Ilanilages, Very few new cases of measles ami forced to kiss a larse American silk' world be bright," instead of "'long n number or organizations ami in P.'EJ (Jaure Compresses, flag. The men ars Perry Hall, 2t Pi Sigma was represented hy Messrs. may our laud be bright," in the real dividuals and they have furnished meningitis hnve occurred. I Wicks. Sargeants and McCoy. It Inst 100 (iauie Wipes. Nnlionnl Army camps continue to VPArx nkt tftUmah Hnnman anil verse. the lied Cross with sweaters, socks 'wns a- victory for Beta Alpha. Mr. M Napkins, , hnve high sick rates as compared aha! of Holland; William Warner, and miifllers. Itemarkalile instances ycara old, Jnstie of the Peace, and Holiertson won tirst place. 12 Comfort, of their patriotic devotion are re with camps of other groups, though J J. Seattle, 32 years old, statiosj Revenue From Alaskan Seals. III Pr. Socks. -the rates are. lower than Inst report agent One lated by Dr. Mary O'Malley. Of nil the tivasures In Alasku, the for the New York Central Linei !i Mufflers. OVERCOAT LOST Scattering cases of measles are rejenls nre probably among the most valpatient whose condition is so bad at Holland. .'I Sweaters. St. Oeorgo's Hotel, Winchester, uable. Unlike mineral wealth, they that she has to wear handcuffs has ported from all camps. ;i Pr. Wristlets. Ky., holds an overcoat left there by need never run out, fot, In conseproved to be a prollcieut knitter tf Concrete Steamers Unqualified Success 7 Helmets. Call at quence of their powers of reproducNew ork. The success of fretcM a Berea College worker. miifllers." says Doctor O'Malley. "In RESTRICTIONS ON PARCEL POST PACKAGES TO A. E. F. steamships built entirelr of concrete THE CITIZEN office for informa- - tion, they cun yield under reasonable many instances Hie interest aroused control u large and continuous revenue A poster, designed to show the and steel is unqualified, according to tinn, ami pay for this ail. DOMESTIC SCIENCE CLASS Or in the war work has proved decidfor nn Indefinite future. a widely BEREA GRADED SCHOOL edly heiiellcial to the patients r iilives nnil mends or America:! Ralph O. Uuerquin, engineer known (hat the United Stales light French mechanical ...... and DiI'nder the direction of Miss Fran- - ri.l.ley let'iI inni II nnrinir the llrst venr of the wnr uiey are neuiK " soldiers . i. As Wise as Anybody. ing men can purchase dainties in cos nowies. .ine .Misses .....i. i 'hl,'lrK nuiu tho Army paid $60,000,000 ror horse- them iulo a closer re- fu. it aaw U Ul L'Ull U Funny had vainly Lltoiuvbliua, Thelma Jackson. Noma Robinson, Ialj(m wH lllmmilily- - Th if.,t France nt a less cost Hum they can Kranco, now stopping at the McAJpIn drawn vehicles and harness; more to After AuntWalter that he was striven convince in the nnil vergie wyitii. entertained to .......i.vork k..IM,s t1(.m interested be bought in this country, will soo.i Hotel. $50,000,000 for horses, mules, wrong she exclaimed : than "Walter, I guess be issued by the Post Olllce Depart teachers. dinner their and harness. Expenditures Tor tho I know n few things 1" "So do I," was without fatiguing them. Many of The honored guesLs were Profes Hit less nfllieted patients take it tie ment. The information conveyed in llscal year ending June 30, 1919, ror his answer. "I know as few things as Water Pipes Blown Up. Mir nizney. Mrs. Nancy Dunn Shel ' elded interest in all thai pertains to the list of prices is intended to allay San Salvador. Iron pipes furnish fuel and forage are estimated at anybody." ton. and Miss Jessie Smith. war work nnil are tleiigiiieil to Join the disappointment of the soldiers log water for electric plants at San more than $500,000,000. Tho decorations of the table wero,wmi ol1(l. wollu. j u,,. Kn.nl lask friends at the restriction of the Juan, Honduras, have been blown up parcel post which now allows only by the use of dynamite. The plants was f winning the war." violets, and on each place-car- d such articles as the soldiers tliem- - furnish 7,000 horse power per day painled a tiny bunch of violets. olves have ordered with the a.- - m management or the company bai The dinner was served in five Norma Robinson .EXPLAINS AND TELLS AIMS OF pioval of their superior olllcers, to offered a large reward for tho discovvotirses with Miss The curtailment of ery of the perpetrators of tho crime it' sent them. acting as hostess. SOLDIERS' AND SAILORS' the parcel post privileges was due 1,500 Men and Women Rounded Up. Tlio manner in which the dinner CIVIL RELIEF ACT o a cable recommendation of Gen was prepared and served showed' New York; Many wom(Continued trom Pft One) nil Pershing, who rcprcMntcd thai en nnd scores of girls still in he thoroughness of Miss Howies usl.ington nnd the military situation demanded it teens ware caught temporarily theira In tniining and of her supervision f "m iiro Ilureau lit (he young ladies during the year, jnf tl";n. for a form of application I'he restriction was further reconi. police dragnet when 30 raids were mended by a board, consisting d made simultaneously upon as many ","',l"', A great honor is due tho young, '" " ; "", Oovernmenl, on .vrtain representatives or tiro Post Ollit e chop suy resorts in tho heart of the elllclent lit!dies of the class for their condition, win giinrnntee the pay Department; the Army; the Yoing taiodorioln. Most of the women and work. ment of the premiums, mi that the Men's Christian Association; the llnl girls were permitted to go after havpolicy or membership will mil he Cross and the Knights of Columho'. ing given their names and addressed But tears availed not at all for women POLICE COURT NEWS forfeitetl during the soldiers' or A soldier belonging to the ExpeII who claimed to be the wives of tutu, r...i .Motiuay. April ICII. .miuhu fl1..l... Hiors - ,msenco; ho will then hnve ditionary mium Forces can. with the per- Odcorts, but who coukl produce no thelt wed-drhail in ins conn toe umimiiw Wll(.h tl y,.Hr af,,.r hls ,.(.tllm order his rings. They wero sent Immedi .,,, savi ,,,, lt0(.y p ,, l0 mission ofI'niled commanders, amount were tneii ior gnmi. nig. my tie who from the States an atly to tho police station. up oil""- -, hership. This relief does not np I lie niineii wns ruunun, of merchandise notTexceediiig sovn ,. memberships, lay nigni in me ttci oi cmp uiupih- - ,,y (o tlJI xwfv Suspicious of Clever Women. pounds. No packages may he sent "Clever women are looked upon with and tlelnlls ennnot be given here; him, without his order. Coinmonwenlth vs. Albert Jarrett.iut ,, n,i1K olll U suspicion, expodully hy the pious. It nppllctitlon Is wicked to bo clever. That Is why Forester Kngle. H. McMurray, Andyu1(1 S(,n,illK lt , Ul0 Wl. U(ik CAN'T SELL KNIT GOODS mi many people wrltu 'be good, sweet Spread a film of Azhlll, Clarence hirliy. t.ecn .kick- -, rtliranco Hureaii it will bovduly Utk- All order has ben Issued by the , son. Jesse t.iiasieen. r.r.n-sten care or. if it Is the kind of insur Secretary of War protecting Red liiultl, nnd let whu cun be clever' In s alliums; they Halter malt (coloretll and John Wrby. um.0 that is protected hV this Act. Cross sweaters and other knitted thut there Is u real, If hidden, Tlieso were found guilty of the (I) Copies of the net nre being articles from sale by the soldiers ulllnlty between virtue and stupidity. elinrgp nnd each lined 520.00 nnd sent to about 20,000 lawyers, to nil anil requiring that these articles be And In truth there Is Is htuuethlng to costs. superior courts, nnd to all Local liccoiiiitetl ror in tho same Dimmer be sidd In favor of the position. The over your property if you would have it protected and Kilwnrd F.nglo and James Cnlln Hoards: and the Hoards have heen ns government properly regularly angels are nil, dou't you think, rather beautified. There is nothing' that better shut out stupid! So were ever so muny of tho were brought for the same or- - ,,,,,,1 (o laIH ,.0p,.s t lno (.arest supplied Any hy the Quartermaster moisture and decay, nor that adds more to both the sulntM. And borne of them, 1 believe, guilty. fense and round not Thus the courts ought Corps. value and life of your property. were dirty I nieuu the saints. Angels' m. reaily well informed as lo the nrd Robinson, the 12th one, was noi All donations or this character re things ure ulwuys well luuudered, alcustody of the court. Hanna's Green Seal Paint wears through the provisions of the new Act. Never- - ceived from Red Cross directors tiro in though everybody knows, sluce some hottest summers, and the coldest wettest winters. It Tliis should bo a warning lo tho, theless, tho copies furnished to tlio to be distributed in the future or other ,., wards off deterioration and ugliness. hoys that such conduct is not Cross olllcers and members will through the War Department or soiled linen treuted Ids wife budly, that drupes ever so much betAs n first offense, doubtless bo needed for further clr-tl- io Division Quartermasters, orated in Herea. who will ter. Mrs. Brlggs, our washerwoman. See that your painter uses this paint. minimum flno was imposed. dilution lo lawyers and magistrates. he responsible ror their renovation Insists thut slio doesn't want to go to Sold By, Applicants for extra copies should at the end or the season or when no heuveu In cusu bhe might still 'uve to Tho Navy ration in 1017 cost MH bo directed lo tho Division Ofllccs longer required, just us if these ar- Uo the wushln'." From "Jimmy's r H I Ir wcin I.. 1 n I n D. CLARKSTON, Berea, Wife," by Jesslu Champion. mo oi ll. lieu cross, .Tatnsi tujiooi in tviu. iv ticles were government property. ' ss np l1 r.ra unm- Knd monpf Inr Pnat-rfTl- ,-.. Onlrr. Draft, ItrttUtrml letter, nr ona and two cent itAinpa. Tha date aflir your nam on liM ihowi to hatdat.rcwr.utriptl.,nl. raid. If It I. not chantinl within thrra wrrka after rrnawal notify " MU.Inn ruml-r- i will Iw Bla.ll tupiillr.! If wa RICHMOND T- -" i r GOOD III' good w, ,, ClirtMlnnln, April lr.. The public Is growing iinenny over the fntliire.of the government to nrrlve nt nn agreement with the Vtilted Slntes on Norwegian food supplies. It wns announced In A REASON! : Februnry Hint nn ngreeinent wns rendy for signing, lint It Is understood Hint new Amerlcnn terms since hnve been KENTUCKY illsrnaseil In secret In the storthing. Mennwhlle, the food sltitnttnn becomes worse. The nntlon tins been plnced on n rnllnn of four pounds of potatoes C7.71G MEN EXCUSED FROM MILI weekly nnd milk Is nlo being rntloned. TARY SERVICE UNDER VOCAThe brentl situation Is growing worse TION PROVISIONS the longer the ngreeinent with America Under provisions of the selective Is tlelnyiMt. service law making speeilled voea The Inhor attitude Is cnustng nnxt-et- y lions a ground for exemption nr nnd some mtlltnry tirecnntlnns nre discharge, apart from the "necessary being tnken with n view to posslhlc on May dny. Industries" dealt with hy tho ills Liberty Bonds Quota for Berea and Community $50,000.00 We must not fail! Leave your application with either of Berea's banks BEREA BANK AND TRUST CO. 0. l7, fur-llei- ilt l.2 stay-at-hom- nl Vire-Preside- nl i I 1 . ,.,,, 1 - - "GZejLT V. 1 I " I well-dresse- j - a 1 ,. thtiu-selve- Hanna's Green Seal ur-tl- st tol-ja- 111 . a . J. Kentucky You Can Go To School Thi Spring If You Think You can Page SIX. TUB CITIZEN April 18. WW. MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spcnce, Fnrm Demonstrator nnd Special Investigator AN APPEAL SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG Berea's HOME DEPARTMENT Conducted by Miss Margaret Dlzncy, Director of Home Science Department of Agriculture. "Too many fowls on tho market may result In food losses" says tho department. Poultry sl'X'k should ho sold gradually. Fnrmcrs will hav disease spreaders every patriotic belter markets If Ihey avid glutting citizen in the Commonwealth of (hem. Kentucky use his best effort (o save and conserve the resources of our N0TICTE TO POULTRY DEALERS U. S. Food Administration Bulo Stale and nation. Therefore, wo request that tlio No. II, covering poultry dealer, mayors of our cltios, towns and vil- which prohibited "Lii.-nsoFebruary lith and April lages at once Issue proclamations culling for n CI.KAN WP, PAINT UP, 30th, 1918, purchasing, shipping, sellSPADE UP campaign during Ihn ing or nogotnllng the sal'1 of ,l,v ' week of April, ronunencing with the livo or freshly killed hens r pulb-to end nt 22nd, nnd continuing to tho 27lh, in- has today been amended clusive, and wo appeal Jo the civic midnight April 19th, 1918. This means, of course, that nfter bodies, Boards of Trade'; Chambers of Commerce; Committees on Kiro midnight of April 19th Unite ;m in tho poultry hii'i"'' Prevention; Women's Clubs; housewives; boy and girl scout organiza- begin negotiating tho purchase and principals sale of bens and pullets, but not betions; superintendent!), and teachers of schools; parochial fore, and can only ship after that schools and their heads; firo chief time. and their men. nnd every other lo POULTRY AND EGG SHIPPING nl American, to heartily Attention of egg and poultry with their civic authorities in an is called to the fact that shipelTort to make tlio Comiiionwenllh of Kentucky fire and diseaso proof. ping laws require theso nrli'ue I" On account of being nl war with be packed according to railroad a foreign nation to preserve our in- classification; this requires parkin ' stitutions and our liberties it be- in standard paekngos and was adopti'd hooves us to put forth every effort ed lo insure minimum lm for the conservation of food stuffs breakage. Now thai Hie Government ha and finished mid raw materials from destruction by fire, and lo do our Inkeii over Ihe operation of the raiwith the bit in this great war for the freedom lroad, it will of mankind we must not only buy Department of Agriculture an. I Administration in insisting mi I.ibei ly Bonds, but wo must do nil we can (o furnish our boys in the proper packing and tho resulting trenches with food, clothing, muni- saving. tion and supplies of all kinds. Therefore, carelessness nnd neg- WEEKLY EXAMINATIONS TO FILL lect on our pari at this time Is InPOSITIONS IN CIVIL SERVICE deed criminal. Cleanliness is ji big So urgent is tlio Government's factor in the prevention of both fire need for bookkeepers that civil eer and disease. Accumulations of dust, vico examinations to fill positions of rubbish, rags, wnslo pape, etc., in this character will bo hold throucU-oBasements, back yards, and piled tho United States each Tuody against buildings, are always dan- until further notice. Women a gerous. Better have tho ash heap Well ns men nro eligible. or rubbish pile in the back yard Two classes of examinations are e.lu- converted into a garden spot announced. A grammar-scho- ol Many lire. ran be prevented by cation or its equivalent is required using ordinary care. "A lire in any of applicants for cither class, ith oaso i n calamity, hut a careless flro tho further stipulation thot thor who wish to tnko tho bookkeeper is a crime." Therefore, we suggest atid urge, typewriter examinations must uv the week of April 22nd lo 27lh, nt least six months' experience hn elusive, as CLEAN UP WEEK be ob- -j in bookkeeping, and those k served throughout the State, and wo would undertake tho clerk-b- c cnfl upon Ihe Mayors, Chiefs of Fire keeper examination, ono year's ei work, six Departments, Health Departments. perlenco in clerical Chambers of Commerce, Women s months of which must have been u Clubs, Ac, and on each and every bookkeeping. The vacancies to t filled from the register obtain. I individual in the State to nlo with this department to help from these examinations aro in the "PUT KENTUCKY OVER THE TOI" departmental service at Washing!" and offer entrance salaries of II.ooo in this clean up week. T. B. PANNEL. a year. Theso examinations nro open r f Stato Firo Marshal, Frankfort, Ky only lo nil citizens of tho Uniti Slates but also to subjocts of alll-April 10th, 1018. nations who are otherwise qualill' t for the positions offered. SELL CHICKENS GRADUALLY Don't glut the market with chick ens, livo or dressed, soon auer .nay, lino iouowing noies aro irom wir first when the Federal "closed sea-- 1 Official Review of tho War, issue! son" on liens ends. This advico lo! by tho Committeo on Public Infor farmers is given by the United States mation. CLEAN UP BULLETIN Clean Up, Paint Up, Spado Up From tho 22nd of April lo April 27th, Inclusive, we insist that In order lo eliminate tiro hazards and s d lni'-per ut in-.h- ad co-op1 Tho Gl. sent to etijoli monibor of the Agricul-tur- nl 'Iventy-si- x per cent of the samples Board of Directors by County give germination porcenlago of from 1st Door Vocational Schools 00 to 100. Some give no gcrmina Agent Sponco: Training that adds to your money-earnin- g power, combined with Horoa, Ky lion nt all. Fayette County corn, of general education. which 01 samples were tesled, gives April 13, 1918. FOR YOUNG MEN Agriculture, Carpentry, Bricklaying, Printgermination an average of 18 My Hour Dirootor: ing, Commerce and Telegraphy. The world Is now passing through while Woodford, with Xi samplo FOR YODNO LADIES Homo Science, Dressmaking, Cooking, tho greatest period of its history. and Madison, with 18, oneh givi Nursing, Stenography and Typewriting. Tlio United States, our Country, is 51" as an average. The samples are not nlwoy. label looking lo us for help in the form of money, men, and food. Wo are od as to the year I ho com wns 2nd Door Foundation "School giving and have been giving nil grown, but eunuch wore received General Education for those aot far advanced, combined with somo throe. Today, our own American marked "1010 crop" lo show that corn vocational training. No matter what your present advancement, soldiers arc lighting face to faco grown in 101(1 germinates belter on we can put you with others like yourself and give ohanco for with tho enemy on a hundred ami an nverago than that harvested in most rapid progress. thirty mile front. While Ihey are the fall of 1017. Hut that tho con doing our lighting, we must bacit dition of tho 1017 corn as to germi Door English Academy Course them in every way possible. We nation depended more on the wny it For those who are not expecting to teach and who are not going two was harvoslcd nnd cured than on it can furnish help at Ibis limo in ' thru Collcgo ind desire more general education. It also gives ways, namely: buy Liberty Honda quality nt harvest lime is shown by the best general education for those who wish a good 3tart in the fact that when selected for seed nnd grow big crops. study and expect to carry It on by themselves Saturday afternoon, April 20, there and stored carefully samples often will bo n meeting for tlio Board of germinate 100' or very close lo thi Directors and farmers at Heron for percentage. Door Normal School Tho tests indicate Hint there is tho purpose of discussing Liberty Tills gives the best training for those who expect to teach. Bonds nnd Labor. I want you, as enough good seed corn in tho stato Courses are so arranged that young people can teach through the a member of the board, to bo pres- to enable farmers lo sow their ae summer and fall and attend school through the winter and spring, ent nnd report labor conditions in customed acreage, or a little moro thus earning money to keep right on in their course of study. your section. This is a question wo if only it can lie kept out of tin Head Dmsmorc's great book. "How to Teach a District School. are going to havo before us and we hands of profiteers. must try to handle our labor in tho Present conditions demonstrate Academy Course Door most helpful and satisfactory way nmong oilier things tlio importance This is the straight road to College best training in Mathematics. Will you be present at this meeting to farmers of selecting and curin Science, Languages, History and all preparatory subjects. Tho and help solve those problems in their own seed corn in the future. your section? Hring some of your so as to have something to fall back Academy is now Berea's largest department. fanner friends with you. Don't for on in ease of a general scarcity. pet tlio time and the place, Berea Door Berea College Saturday afternoon, April 20. METHOD OF PROCEDURE TO This is the crown of the wholo Institution, and provides standard Everybody invited to attend this SECURE FURLOUGHS courses in all advanced subjects. meeting. Soldiers Desiring Leave for Farm To tho A Temporary Raise in Board is forced by war conditions. Yours very truly, Work Must Apply Through regular price of board as advertised in tho catalog will bo added this Robl. F. Spcnce. Commanders year, for young ladies, ten cents a week, and for young men, twenty County Agent. Washington, April 10 (by A. P.' cents. Representatives in Congress are re This adds $3.60 to tho year's expenses for girls, and 17.20 for boyi HOGS reiving many inquiries from constil but still leaves the cost half that at other schools and "cheaper than Some one hns well said that the uents asking for information as l noxt year's crop of hogs is as es- the method of procedure in obtain staying at home." PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental fee and room rent sential lo success in the war as tho ing furloughs for enlisted men to nest year's output of artillery. work on farms. Congressmen an by the term, board by the half term. Installments are as follows: Every hog lot is a munition factory, answering the inquiries by telling SPRING TERM and every farmer and every farm them that the applications for these Expenses tor Boys boy is serving the nation as he swills furloughs are not being passed upon ACADEMY VOCATIONAL AND tho pigs. Tho soldiers must be fed, in Washington, except as to especialSCHOOLS AND NORMAL COLLKOR FOUNDATION for with empty stomachs they are ly qualified farming experts and that ..' $ 5.00 3 7.00 $ 0.00 Incidental Fee as ineffective as with empty guns. when applications do como to Wash 0.00 G.00 !i.00 Room spreading ir.gton, they are Tho hog is engaged in 7.73 7.75 7.75 returned to tho lo Board, 5 weeks liberty and defending democracy by cal boards for action. 17.75 19.75 20.75 Amount duo Mtiich 27, lOi'S. means of the armies of tho Allies Relatives seeking a furlough for a 7.75 7.75 7.75 . Board 5 weeks, iiuo May I... throughout all Europe. His hams, soldier must go before the local "27.50 "28.50 "25.50 Total for I'ctni . slioullcrs, bacon and fat are sustain- board at their own county scat and Expenses for Girls ing tlio hosts of freedom; he is be- then take the application to a county .? 5.00 $ 7.00 $ 0.00 Incidental Fee hind every cannon, every bayonet, demonstrating agent, who exercises 0.00 0.00 5.00 Room and' is a slay of our fighting forces. his judgment and if tho judgment is 7.25 7.25 Board, 5 weeks milThere arc a few of the seven 20.2.- 10.25 favorable. pa.sses the application on 17.25 Amount duo March 27, I9I. lion farmers in our country who to tho soldier's division commander. 7.25 7.25 7.25 5 weeks, duo May 1... Board could not. without hardship, add If the soldier asks for tho furlough, "20.50 21.50 "270 Total for Term ., ono more bred sow lo their present ho applies through his commanding holdings, and these, with their off- ofllccr to the local board, which This does not include the dollar deposit nor money for nooks or spring properly managed, would takes up the application with the laundry. within a year revolutionize the farmer on whose farm tlio soldier Special Expenses in Addition to Incidental Fee Business hog situation. wants to work. The farmer and tho Winter hogs it is county blanks, which they forward Spring Fall To acquiro a stock of 10.00 112X0 IU.00 not at all necessary to begin witli to tlio soldier's commander for final Stenography and Typewriting 10.00 14.00 12X0 Bookkeeping (brief course) any largo number, as from a very decision. 0.00 5.00 7.00 Bookkeeping (regular course) small beginning a farmer, by merely regaining and breeding the female HAVE YOU BOUGHT A LIHKIITY Business eourse for students offspring, can soon bo overrun with in other departments : HOND? 0XX) moro than ho can provide for. 7.50 Stenography 1050 HAVE YOU TESTED YOUR SEED Typewriting, with one hour's CORN? THE ACTUAL FACTS ABOUT 5.00 use of instrument 7X0 6X0 YOUR NEEDS YOUIl COUNTRY KENTUCKY SEED CORN Com. Law, Com, Geog, Com. HELP. Experiment Station Shows Results 1JB0 1.60 Arlth., or Penmanship, each .. 2.10 of Tests Several hundred submarine chas In no case will special Business Fees exceed $15.00 per term. In view of tlio great interest m ers, d young man or young woman can get an education Any built since the war, havo been seed corn it may bo worth while to delivered to the Navy by 31 privato at Berea if there is the will to do so. call attention lo the exact facts con- concerns and 0 navy yards; many of If it is impossible for any young man or young woman to be cerning tests made in tlio Departtheso boats havo crossed tho At in school tho full year, by all means they should enter for a course dur ment of Entomology and Hotany of lanlie, some in severe weather. ing tlio winter and spring terms. the Kentucky Experiment Station during tho past two months. Tho Tlio public schools will close about Christmas and tho teachers Earnest self inspection is tests number 46 i and hnvo been mighty good salesman for Liberty and advanced pupils should not bo idle through tho long winter made from samples sent to the Stamonths but should bo studying in Berea where tho best education can Bonds just now. tion from different sections of Ken- bo gotten for least money. lucky by farmers nnd seedsmen. TO AGRICULTURAL Tlio nverago germination of thes" LEADERS following loiter lins boon lt I samples is just PEOPLE Berea's 3rd Berea's 4th Berea's 5th Berea's Preparatory 6th en-ti- ro ' sSflERiMJLOTS 17 able-bodie- '16' 35' iv 20 is j 2.- - I. i CINCINNATI MARKETS, Flour, Hay and Grain. SENATOR FREDERICK HALE FloufnWJnter patcn J1O.9O011.3S, kard patent 111011.50; fye flour, Northwestern blended $12.50&12.7G. " Hay "No. 1 timothy I27.5028.75, 122.60 iFHftiO. T3ats No. 2 white S293c, standard .white 91 92c, No. 3 white 91 6 91 Vic. no. - mixed S74S!c, No. mixed 86 87c. Applicants must bring or send a testimonial showing that they art above 15 years old, in good health and of good character. This may bi signed by some former Berea student in good standing or some reliable teacher or neighbor. The use of tobacco is strictly forbidden. For information or friendly advice write to the Secretary, UMMIti 14 No2TlS22. mixed !2 .'.4IS - P- - MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Ky. FEDERAL $13,000,000 i 3',c. E?g8 Prime firsts 32c, 31e. ordinary firsts 30V4c. ii'zc, centralized treauiery extras nrsu 80c 11.40, yellow ear 80c1.30, mix ed ear 80c$1.2S. Butter, Eggs and Poultry. Bottor Whole milk creamery extras 42c, uotii quotations are: White ear LAND BANKS LOAN TO FARMERS IN FEBRUARY NO NEED TOR AGENTS IN PLACING CLAIMS FOR WAR RISK INSURANCE flrata Live Poultry The sale of fowls and pullets la prohibited by authority of Pood Administrator Hoover from February 11 to May 1. Urollors. under 2 lbs, 40c; fryers, 2 lbs and over, 35c; roasting chickens, 4 lbs nnd over, 35c; roosters, 25c. Cattle Shippers butcher steers, extra jl213, good to choice M&12. common to fair I8.5010.G0; helfors, extra $11. 5012 50, good to choice $10.5011 50, common to fair $7,506)10; cows, extra J9.7G11. good to cholco J8.50if9.50. common to fair J.7CtfJ8. canners JC.50&7, Blockers uod feeders J7ll. Hogs Selected heavy J17.5017.75, good to cholc'u puckers and butchurs US, medium to mixed J18, stags J10Q 12.50, light shippers 117.50018. Sheep Extra 110.00011, good to choice J1010.50, common to fair J6 .60. ' Live Stock. Illlt, New photograph of Senator Fred, erlck Hale of Maine, who succeeded the late Senator Johnston. He It a Republican and a very active member of the committee on naval affair. ' Thorn's no boltor tonlo for a lagging self respect than the purchase of a Liberty Bond. bailors, or their under tho soldiers' nnd sailors' insurance law, need not employ attorneys or claim agents to collect tho insurance, according to tho Treasury Department. Circulars have lately been gent out by claim agents and nttornoys offering to assist persons entitled to tho benefits of this insuranco in their claims. Tho procedure for tho presentation and collection of insurance MEN NEEDED IN NAVY claims Is simple. Blanks may bo File Navy is in need of a largo isocured from tho Bureau of Wnr- f carpenters for ground llisk Insurance at Washington. Tho number work m tho Aviation Branch. This tiamo or tlio person in scrvico win branch oirers good pay, rapid pro- was killed or injured, nnd tho remotion and valuable instruction lo lationship which ho bore Lo tlio men 21 lo 35 who are skilled cabinet person making tho claim, should ho makers and Interior wood workers. given. Men of draft ngp must have release from draft boarii, slating that their order nnd serial numbers are so low Tlio farmer who buys Liberty tlioy wilf not bo needed to fill any Bonds is making hay for his coun deforrod quota. try, oven tho tho weather is cloudy. During February, with 23 busi ness days, 13,878,811 wero loaned to farmers by tho Federal land banks, according U a statement of the Farm Loan Board. This is 2.001,291 moro than ,tho January total. On March 1 tho total amount of mortage loans placed since tlio establishment of the Federal land banks is $01,532,313. covering 28.-4loans. 95 Soldiers, bene-(leinri- es. IN FRANCE. By Clifford Leon Sherman. Dear Folk : I wns allowed to go to Purls yesterday, and, wbllo It didn't Boom like tho Paris I bad Imagined, tho trip was worth while. Nntrrnlty It Is not guy as It was before tho war, but the Parisians nro u gamoorlVi"1 will never give up till they win. I nsked ono old chup at o, c.CjvJupuper ktodid how long be bad been In the business, and ho suld ubout a year, over tnc4 Uio war had driven mm out or a nianuxncrarlDg Uuslness In tho norm of France. I sturted to symputhlzo with him, and ho ialtl, "Don't worry abovA SAilMY. me. I only lost my factory. Jiy brotiier lost his To compute tho picture, draw a Hue from dot 1 jto dot 2, Uen trocn dot r to dot 3, aud so on. (Copyright, lilT, by Tfae Bell ByndialJJ I do) No. It. .i THE DOTS SOMEWHERE Time is Your Fortune Don't Waste it ! f April IK, 1018. I, THE CITIZEN Pago Seven. cpunni uunvni uunuuk QiiwnAV 4. April orbarIcy Temperance (Conducted tli National Woman'i Christian TVrnpfrance Union.) by Lesson Second Quarter, 28, 1918. SERIES (Conducted scours OF A Uncle Sam's ISpwilal Food Lessons THE INTERNATIONAL 9:30-5- by National Council of the Hoy Rcouts ot Anwrlra ) PROHIOITION TRIUMPHS. Memory Text of Letton, Mark Time was, says tho Union Signal, Verte, 1 John 4:21 Oolden Text, when wo were hilariously happy over Mark 9:35 Commentary Prepared one new prohibition state gained us the result of 12 months' effort. A bnlf by Rev. D. M. Stearns. dozen or more congressional victories Itepcotedly Christ told them tlint he In ono year now cause burdly n ripple should suffer mid lie killed, nml rise of excitement, so accustomed hnve wo ,ngaln the third day (vss. but I become to prohibition's trlutuphnt know of no nun w lio lielleved It except march." Tho record for 3017 Included stateMnry of Hctlmny. They liml other thoughts tlmn Ids mid therefore could wide prohibition for Indiana, Utah, not receive his woid. This Is no doubt New Hampshire, New Mexico and the reason why so ninny today ennnot Porto Hlco. Measures passed by congress were: receive the teaching concerning Ids Prohibition for Alaska. coming ngnln to pet up hlx kingdom Prohibition for District ot Columon tlilH earth. They hnvu their own thought concerning the kingdom being bia. Antlllquor advertising law, forbidwithin ui, nnd Hint we ore here to win ding the sending of advertisements s the world to Christ, nnd other whereby tlm word of Hod Is innde nnd letters soliciting liquor orders void, nnd they know not the thought!) Into states In which liquor advertisof the Lord. I'ntil says, by the spirit, ing Is unlawful. A law prohibiting the shipment of thut Christ died for our sins according to the .Scriptures and Hint ho wns alcoholic liquors through the channels burled, nnd thnt be rose again the third of Interstate commerce to Individuals day according to the Scriptures (1 Cor. In prohibition stntes. A law prohibiting absolutely IK:!!, 4), meaning the writings In the of distilled spirits for bevOld Testament; but how few seem to nee these truths In type, and In plain erage purposes. An army bill, prohibiting the sale of Htntement, In Hen. 1T2; Ex. 11; Lev. 10; 22; Inn. 5.1; nnd elsewhere. Intoxicating liquor, Including beer, ale member of It might be Hold to many today, ns well or wine, to any olllcer or In uniform. ns to those In his day, "Ye know not tho military forces while A resolution providing for the subthe Scriptures, nor the power of God." legislatures of Pride nnd ambition were among the mission to tho to state federal constituthe Bins of the disciples then as now, for an amendment sule, s they Journeyed they hnd been dis- tion prohibiting the manufacture, or exportputing ns to who should be the great- transportation, Importation beverages. Ity n little child whom ation ot nlcobollc est (vss. he took In bis nrms, and set In the midst of them, be taught them the THE SCIENTIFIC ARGUMENT. arguIt Is tho day of the economic great lesson of lowliness nnd humility. trnlllc, says When, on the last pnssover night there ment against tho liquor was it strife among them ns to who the Union Slgnul. The appeal to the "bank account jtbould be the greatest, be called their tremendously to the fact that he was among nerve" Is undoubtedly attention convincing nnd should not bo minins one who served (I.u. UH:2l-2")- . them wo believe thnt for Ambition to be somewhat Is from the mized. However, people tho devil who told Kve that If she obeyed nil nges and classes of argument presentblm she would be us Hod, nnd this was basic, fundumentul the real bis own sin (Gen. 3:5; lsn. 14:13, 14). ed by science ns to understood,nature of settles Jeremiah's advice to bis scribe Ilurucb nlcobol, If rightly liquor problem with n finality that wim good. "Seekest thou great things tho and awakens fir thyself? Seek them not." (Jer, fcllences our opponents no other prethe Indifferent as does 45 :5.) We need to remember Hint "God subject. When you reslstelh the proud, and glvctb grace sentation of the Intelligent hu to the humble," and to consider him have once convinced an In nny form who though he was rich, for our sukes man being thnt alcohol deadly protoplasmic became poor. (1 I'et. 5:5; 2 Cor. 8:0). or quantity Is n living tissues; thut It According to the harmony of the poison to nil the of evolution In tho Clopels, the Incident of the tribute stops tho processes It not only retnrds human race; that 17:24-27- , money, recorded only In Matt. which comes In before this of the little child. but destroys those faculties for Intellectual nnd moral nbll In this mntter also there was n bit of makeyou have closed his mouth absopride on the part of I'eter, for when Ity, lutely, and bo does not attempt to Hiked If his master paid tribute. It Indulge In Fophlstrles on per would hnve been more becoming In lilm cavil or states' rights. to have asked Jesus, Instead of answer sonal liberty, revenue, or tho women of Some forty years ago ing as If he was nn authority and knew the W. C. T. U. set out to put scientific It all. Our Lord, rather than give of temperance teaching Into every public fense, submitted to paying what I'eter RCbool tho United Stntes. They sue bad put him Into, but he did not drnw ceeded. In The result was that n genera' upon the treasurer. Perhaps the treasury was empty. This mode of obtain Hon grew to mnnhood nnd woman' the evils of nlcobol to ing money to pny this bill Is. to me ns hood ns whom death. were It Is this that real ns wonderful, If not moro so, than the has sealed tho doom ot tho drink traffflsh story In Jonah. ic. InThe lesson Incident of vss. DRINK TRAFFIC HOW THE dicates another bit of though It seemed like real for the "HELPS BUSINESS." I.ord, nnd Jealousy for his cause. How Judge Wilbur V. Bryant of Ilartlngcommon the word Is now, or something ton. Neb., voted ngalnst stnte-wld- e similar to It. "He followeth not us." prohibition when tho amendment was And the same spirit Is nil too manifest: before the people of thnt state. Now, Let us forbid him, or disapprove of blm, ho says, nothing could Induco him to or talk blm down, becnusu be does not voto for Its repeal. "So far," lie says, see as we do, or fellowship with us. "we see nothing but Its good effects. Oh, to hnve moro of his spirit who If bad effects appear later, our chll wald, "Forbid blm lint, for bo thnt Is dren may bo trusted to scttlo the busl not ngnlnst us Is on our part." What ness. . . . The clnlm Hint the traf surprises there will be when he who flc In alcohol drinks Is an economic Judgeth righteously shnll reward every benetlt Is nn empty nnd barren ab' ono nccordlng to his work, and not surdity. It helps business In the some even n cup of cold water given In his wuy that n fire helps business. Suppose thut all of Harrington, west of nnmu shull huve lost l's reward. The remaining vcrsts of our lesson Urondway was burned down. What a n'ro I niong tlio most flood of Insurance money would rush ) chapter nwful on reo'.Vis three times be Into tho banks I Think of the lumber I which would bo sold nt tho yards i flro thnt never mentions hcltjgtcss. Khali be qir, .tied. fle alone knows Think of the nails and binges whlcb what It means nn! ho does not want us would bo sold at the hardware stores I to know, for be Is not willing that nny Every carpenter, plumber, brlckmason, should perlfehi It was not prepared for stonemason, and Inhering man would us, hut for the devil nnd bis nngels hnve n Job In rebuilding tho town. Let (Matt. 25:41, but wl erever It Is nnd us set tho town on Are I" whatever It t, It must bo awfully reol. Perishing must be in Indescribably THEODORE ROOSEVELT ON PROHIBITION. fearful thing for ;Ood so loved the When wo must feed our army and world thnt be gave Ills only begotten Son thnt wljonoover bclleveth In blm help the armies of our allies, not n should not tierlsl', but havo everlasting bushel of grain should bo permitted life." When v;e try to think wlmt It to bo made Into Intoxlcntlng liquor. must hnve lieu" pi to Mm to give up his Neither the men In tho army nor tho Son to sufTeJ: in our tend, nnd what it men engaged in doing vital work for must have meant to (Ms Son to glvo up tho army In connection with railroads, the glory wJitaU hft. hud with tho Futher factories, mines nnd shipyards should before tho, M(4(l. wms, and to sojourn bo allowed to wnsto strength and years In a mortal health In drink at this time. Tho same about thlriy-UH"- , necessary to body, ns "coj In a world which reasons that render it ho hnd mart t4it'wf;lch would not own prohibit tho salo of liquor to soldiers him uorjf t5$ b'ra ;, despised nnd re- In uniform, or within a given number jected of intii, u i.tan of sorrows and of miles from a military camp, and to acquainted with grief, wounded for our stop Its use on battleships, apply to extending similar protection for all transgrctt&lnns, bruised for bur Iniquities, bearing our sins In his own body, dtlxens engaged In tho work of railall that wo might not perish then wo roads, factories, mines and shipyards. must conclude that to perish must bo n truly nwful thing. The reality of the HATS OFF TO CONGRESS. For tho first tlmo In history ot any torment of the lost may be better Imagined from tho description, .,1a Itev. country at war, tho great naUonal 14:10, 11, nnd yot tbcro are those who legislative body made It a criminal ofsav there Is no hell, thus faaklntf light fense to sell liquor to a soldier or of tho lovo of God and the anguish sailor, and also mado It a crime for of Gethsemane, nnd Calvary, and mak- any bouse of III fame to bo near a soling God a liar. diers' cantonment This congress bad r-,f the wisdom, the vision and the grit f If we think continually of God's to cut aside all formal Ideas and regoodness and bis never-fulllimercies, you have a rouu at W shall experience such happiness member that If the front to shoot straight be must 1 'distrust uud discord will fade think straight and live straight. Hon. ' trudl-Hon- WORK SCOUTMASTER Information Bervlcn U. B. De- Dartmcni or Agriculture.) MAKE A LITTLE MEAT CO A LONG WAY. I'. 33-37- ). A big work, this being n muster scout. What manner of man Is needed to do it? First of nil, the scoutmuster must be n real man himself, the kind of a man boys will naturally follow, admire, respect, emulate and obey. No amount of book knowledge, no degrees In pedagogy will nvnll If be doesn't Impress the boys ns the "real stuff." He must possess that Indefinable quality wo call personality or "personal magnetism." He must be n man of proved worth of character. He must e to the scout princistund ples In practice us well as precept. To be n successful boy leader, a man must know human nature In general and boy nature In particular. He must be nble to remember bnck to his own boyhood clearly enough to be uble to get the boy's viewpoint. He must .be enough of u boy himself, whatever his years, to put himself Into n relation of sympathetic comradeship with boys, nnd nt the same time be enough of n man and u master to keep sutllclently aloof, so Hint his boys will recognize his authority and accept It us final. He must possess tact, Initiative, power ot quick decision and nctlon, for almost uny emergency railing for the practice ot these qualities may arise at any time In his work with boys. The scoutmaster Is also expected to get In touch with such experts ns bis community offers, and enlist their services in scout training. Boys have an Immense respect for anybody who can "do things." The wise scoutmaster frankly owns himself an amateur, and a learner If necessary, at the same time keeping himself In so far ns possible nhead of his boys. Three hours a week Is probably the minimum time required. Nevertheless It Is true thnt some of the best scoutmasters are otherwise the busiest men. Just because they are busy men, they are apt to be efficient men, men of power nnd personality, nccustomed to putting their mnrglns ot leisure to profltnblo use. Certainly no better use could bo found for the spare hours of a good citizen nnd patriot than to help In the process of making men, men who are to be the hope and salvation of our war rent civilization. four-squnr- Don't think thnt you must ent n lot of meat to he strong. Meat Is good to help build up the body, but no arc many other foods. In these dishes part ot your build ing material comes from Hie more ex pensive meat nnd part from the cheap er peas, beans, hominy, nnd barley. Tho little ment with the vegetables nnd cerenls will glvo your body what It needs. Savory Stewi and Meat Plei. Do you know how good they nre? They may he so varied that you can hnve n different one every day In the week, and alt of them delicious. It needs only n small piece of meat to give flavor to n hearty dish. Try them. They can bo a whole meul nnd n nutritious one. These recipes serve five people. Here Is nn English stew thnt Is especially good: Hot Pot of Mutton and Barley. One pound mutton. One and a half cupfuls pearled bar ley. One tnblespoonful salt. Four potatoes. Four onions. Celery tops or other seasoning herbs. Cut the mutton In small pieces, and brown with the onion In fnt cut from meat. This will help make the meat tender nnd Improves the flavor. Pour this Into u covered saucepan. Add two quarts wnter and the barley. Simmer for one nnd a half hours. Then add the potatoes cut la quarters, seasoning herbs, nnd seasoning, nnd cook hour longer. Beef Stew. One pound beef. one-hal- rilonc, of rrco hominy", or macaroni. 3. Vegetables. Carrots, turnips, onions, pens, beans, cnbbage, tomatoes arc good, canned or fresh. Use ono or more of these, ns you wish, 4. Parsley, celery tops, onion tops, seasoning herbs, or chopped sweet peppers add to the flavor. 5. Many may be used not only meat nnd vegetnblcs, but rice or hominy. How to Cook the Stews. All kinds of stews ore cooked In Just about the same wny. Here are directions which wilt serve for making almost any kind. Cut the ment In small pieces nnd brown with the onion In the fnt cut from tho meat. Add the salt nnd pepper, seasoning vegetables (onion, celery tops, etc.), two quarts of wnter, nnd the rice, or other cereal, If It Is to be used. Cook for nn hour, then add the vegetables except potatoes. Cook the stew for half an hour, ndd tho potatoes cut In quarters, cook for another half an hour, and serve. Tho tireless cooker mny well be used, the meat nnd the vegetables being put In at the same tine. s or canned vegetables need only to be heated through. Add them 15 minutes before serving. Dried pens or benns should be soaked overnight and cooked for three hours before nddlng to the stew; or, better, cook them overnight In a tireless cooker. Meat Pies. Another good way to use a little meat. Havo you ever used rice, corn-memush, or hominy for n crust? This Is less work than a pastry crust left-oveLeft-over- MISTAKES TO AVOID. shown how to prepare effective advertising. In this one, we point out the mistakes most frequently made even by some who consider themselves good Previous nrtlclcs In this series have advertisement writers. One of the most common faults In advertising Is the attempt at cleverness, which often falls to Impress the reader as such and consequently falls If the purpose of the advcrUsement Is to sell something (nnd It almost In well-chose- n flat al variably Is), then "something catchy" will not accomplish the desired results ns readily as a few words of sensible, forceful sales argument Flowery language also Is very much' out of place In a good advertisement Elaborate figures of speech, largo and unusual words nnd long, complicated sentences often serve to contuse the reader and 1111 blm with disgust The really good avoids theso faults as he would a plague. The mistakes mentioned In the foregoing paragraphs are a few of tho reasons why most unsuccessful advertisers have formed the conclusion that advertising doesn't pay. DR. AUGUST and saves wheat Four cupfuls cooked cornmeal, rice, or hominy. One onion, two cupfuls tomato, eighth teaspoonful pepper. One tnblespoonfnl fat One pound raw meat or meat cut up small. One-ha- lf left-ove- PHILIPS r f teaspoonful Four potatoes cut In quarters. Quarter peck pens or one can. One cupful enrrots cut up small. One teaspoonful salt. Cut the meat In small pieces and brown In the fat from the meat. Simmer In two quarts of water for one hour. Add the pens and carrots nnd f hour, then ndd the cook for potatoes. If canned peas are used, This is the name of a meat pie with add them ten minutes before serving. a mashed-potatcrust browned In the Serve when potatoes are done. oven. one-halo Melt the fat, add the sliced onion, nnd If raw meat Is used, add It and Mir until the red color disappears. Add the tomato and seasoning. If cooked meat is used, add 1t with tho tomato and seasoning, after the onion Is browned, and heat through. Grease n baking dish, put la a layer of the cereal, add the meat and gravy, and cover with the cereal dotted with fat Bake for half an hour. Shepherd's Pie. salt i MINUTE SCOUTS IN THE SOUTH. lllruilughum (Alu.) boy scouts have nn organization known us "Minute They nre selected with n Scouts." view to service entirely, the rank of the scout not being taken Into consid- Different Stews. Try these recipes and cut down your Here Is the wny you can change the stews to make them different and to meat bills. evSBBBBaBpJpBpHSaMBBSKPBBBBBBBjaBJ eration. Ho Is first recommended by his scoutmaster. Ills parents nnd the school authorities certify as to whether the boy Is keeping up his studies to such a point that ho will be excused nt any time for scout work. The organization Is limited to 100. divided Into four divisions, Each member wears the gold 100 per cent duty badge procured from national headquarters, and this Is the only excuse ho needs from school when nn emergency call is sent In for nny work connected with wartime activities. If a member of the first division falls down In his studies or In his home duties or In bis service or in his troop, ho Is dropped nnd a member of tho second division tills his place. NEED OF SCOUT LEADERS. suit the season: 1. The ment. This mny be any kind nnd more or less than a pound may be used. Use the cheap cuts, the flank, rump, neck, or brisket. The long, slow Game cooking makes them tender. and poultry are good. 2.Potatoes and bnrley may be used Act to Prevent Riots. Joplln, Mo., April 15. Because of mob violence, threatened the city nuthorltlcs have closed all Dr. August Philips, new minister saloons In the city and have taken from Holland to the United States. several alleged German sympathizers Into custody. "How Long Would It Take to Get the Kaiser" U "ggl-- Cj&D v JYV i ( I PICTURE T AYERA&t MAN WAITING rcK A COMMITTEE TO COME 33-4- 'tftj f US The Bpeclal drlvo for more to head troops for the many boys who want to Join the Boy Scouts ot America but ennnot has especial significance because of the need of offsetting the Increase la Juvenile scout-.masters CHAR&E A THE 01 5 .ARE "WAITING, Xvl crime. AROUND AND A COM lTrEE TO COME. FOR 'EM (42-50- Massachusetts has an lncreaso of 65 per cent In crime among tho boys within tho last twelve months. Detroit reports an Increnso of nenrly CO per cent. Newark and Toledo boys' courts have noted a largo access of mischief duo to the wur excltemcut nnd tho lack of proper direction for their activities. Tho Scoutleaders Iteservo corps offers opportunities for men of high Ideals to leud Amerlcunjboyhood In national service, us commissioners, as scoutmasters, nsslstant scoutmasters, members of troop committees, special instructors, examiners or lecturers. 8COUTINQ ACTIVITIES. . 5f Scouting activities during tho year set a new high-watmark In the history of scouting. Tbcro wero 27,041 merit badges Issued as compared with 10,047 In 1010. Two hundred and nineteen boys Qualified as caglo scouts as compared with 00 In tho year before. Flvo hundred and twenty-nin- e life scout badges and SOS star scout badges were also Issued. 1017 SCOUTS ARE CIVIC WORKERS. Two boy scout troops In Birmingham, Alu., are connected with the Chamber of Commerce and the Civic g -- K. V. IL Jaaepbus Daniels. association, each constituting a Junior membership la the organization to which It Is attached. These troops aro specializing In dvlc mutters and aro destined to be very keen rivals. One will receive no boy under sixteen years of age und tho other will receive no large boj at all, and when It comes to a question of "pep" the little fellows are right there. The Surest Preparation is Training School Pnge Eight. THE CITIZEN April IH, 1018. A. S. consideration was 8150.00. Sunday at the home of Mr, nnd Mr. Farley purchased Hereford yearM. H. Flannery. - Arch Doty has Rus-s- ol lings for the neat sum of $100.00.--Mi- ss purchased a new Dodge car. Second Growth Hlack Oak Spokes Hess Deltord, one of the Herea Doly left last week for Bristol, faculty, was here for Easier, visiting Pa., to work in the ship yards Mrs. 19 inches long $50.00 per. 1000 pieces jjxj'K 16 inches long $15.00 " her parents. Wiley floff, our school Joe 'I'readway of Dolviuta was vis10 Inches long $30.00 trustee, wns around taking the "" 3 iting her son, llorton, last week. Delivered to our yard at Hcrea, Ky. school census for HUH last week. Misses Vorna Flannery and Lcoua No eormpnmlr nte puMl.hnl unlet! ilimnl In full by the writer. The nme n evident of core filth. Write nlalnl. The recent storm that came here it not for public tion, Imt Webb spent the week end with homo STANDARD WHEEL CO. did considerable damage to buildMiss Leila Lane will enler folks. ings. The hail that accompanied the school this week at E. K. S. N. for Box last Saturday. Hill Oabbard and storm broke out glass windows and Wheeler, Beatrice and Mary Rich on Saturday and Sunday by 011" CORRESPONDENTS WANTED Hie spring term. Jiunos'Park has ""'-'ic- r Tim postolllres below each hae were iinou ?u.un eaoii.llvpn )i(.1T,.( Ml rm,lng. Smith were guests of Miss Fannie McClure lojal and devoted pastor, the Rev. sold tils farm 011 the Monalus pike drunkenness; Hob Baldwin $30 oastlneau sold to II. Mullins two Sunday afternoon. a .lulllrlcnt number of subscribers for There will be (ieo. W. Seale. Prof. James Bot- to George Moody and Mr. Hagan of to wnrrnnl us printing (lie news let- for shooting on the public highway. nice steers for $05.00 a piece ehurch at Conway Thursday night, ner, who is conducting a singing Richmond. Fhe price paid was Herl and Richard Summers, Rich ters from these places if there can April 18. holding until Saturday school at Royal Oak every Sunday $'0.000. Mr. Hagan purchased the lie found persons willing anil able ard and Emma Price, John and Rosa night, by the Presiding Elder of the from 11 to o'clock, is so loved, hon- (rack containing the residence. Mr. CLAY COUNTY to furnish tho Items. Wo furnish Johnson were Macinaw visitors SatMethodist Church from Lexington. ored ajnl respected by every mar, Park will make his home in RichMalcom postage, stationery ami THE CIT- urday night. Lillie Oabbard paid S. Beldon is still operator at woman and child (hat his efforts mond Miss Lucile Gibhs visited Malcom, April Is. We are hav Fort Estill where he has been work- are being rewarded by marked suc-ct- ss with Miss Ora Flannery Monday IZEN fret) for this service so long home folks a visit Saturday and There are lots of Irish ing cold days and Thursday there ing for several months. as tho correspondent is faithful ami Sunday. W, N. Hughes is removing afternoon. , Mrs. Browning The potatoes in this part' of the county was a light snow. conforms to our regulations. the mill which lie recently bought Cojlo Is still very poorly. Mrs. Sarah one sending in a satisfactory trial for sale for $1.00 per bushel. OWSLEY COUNTY inlo this community. Miss Heruire Loulshi Coyle, 3. Mrs. April Lay. who has been visiting her letter from these points together Farmer and her brother, Ernest. Island City tit spent Friday with Mrs. J.M. Carico daughter, Mattie Pennington, has re with an application will receive tin Island Cily, April 8. The farm- Willie Conrad anil Mattie Strong Powell Mr. and Mrs. Aliah Hale Mrs. J. F. RobCarico, April 15. turned to her home at Pine Hill. If you are interested appointment. ers are pretly well done sowing oats visited the home of Alex Strong. wore in Herea last Saturday. Gierts has been very poorly but Is Hopper had a sprouting and and have commenced plowing and Sunday. in your neighborhood this will he a 'Fhe Rev. (ieo. Scale and lbert Hendrick. 011 April 0. lost a Isaac nines' baby is quilting Tuesday. great pleasure to yon and please some better. J. II. Browning preparing for corn. G. J. Gentry J. II. Spencer visited Mr. and Mrs. pocket-boo- k, containing $0.71. The very poorly. Aunt Leatha 'Fussy had a sprouting Thursday. Floyd nnd family or the left baud fork of Hilory King. Saturday. those who have moved from your Mr. and Under please return ami receive pay reail was visiting at S. R. Roberts' Satur- Birde and Miss Rosa McQueen were Island Creek has sold his property Mrs. John Hughes visited the home vicinity to other parts who Saturday and for his trouble. day. We had a light snow last married at tho home of the bride nnd gone to Chester, Pa., to make his 01' Mr. and Mrs. John Sponce. Sun Sunday are regular preaching days theso letters as they would letters week but it did no damage. W. H. April 8. the Rev. J. II. Browning from home. Born to Mr. ami Mrs. BudUt, viney Fork. Mr. and Mrs. future home. Grant Frye was day. Roberts sold "a mule recently for The Rev J. 11. Scott held around last week taking the census ESTILL COUNTY: Filchhurg, Fur- $125. a line girl, Dr. J. A. Ma-bHendrick are rejoicing over the The people have been test- services at the home of Mrs. Rebecca nace, Jinks, Locust Branch, Ola, of children of the Graded School lialTey, we are informed, has sold arrival of a new hoy. His name is ing their seed corn and think it Browning Wednesday night. Mrs. District. . 1'itts. It is reported that Wil- his farms here and at Miller's Creek Elmo. Mother and baby are both will come up all right here. Cynthia Thomas is verv ill. JACKSON COUNTY: Kirliy Knob, lie Chadwell will soon enter school for approximately $21,000. Arthur doing line. We hud n real snow Pete Browning has taken the job of McKcc. again at Herea. On the first exami- Pierson and Nelson Hurst made a i storm this week, peeling the tanbark for Bondiv Folev ILN.RLAN COUNTY: Harlan. GARRARD COUNTY ' nation Mr. Cliadwell got a first class business trip, Saturday, to Sexton's Company on parts near here ami will ' KNOX COUNTY: Oray. Paint Lick J. S. Pierson is going to DIVISION MUST ENROLL 500 certillcate and taught in our Graded Crook. pay hands $2.00 a day for work. KNOTT COUNTY: Hindman. Clayton Paint Lick. April 10. Doctor School. leaving a good impression on Privett Tuesday. NURSES BY JUNE 1 Some of the citizens of this place LEE COUNTY: Radical. was a welcome visitor al the Nursing Bureau Director Asks for are planning to attend county court Snoddy of Lexington made a patri- the children and patrons of our disMADISON COUNTY: l'anola, Drey More Enlistments, Due to Surgeon Carlo home of W. N. Hughes, Sunday. at McKee this week. Married the otic address April fith at the court- trict. Hurrah for Bill. fus. General's Appeal to Amerilib of April, Dock Parks to Miss house in Lancaster. All the places Davidson sold to Ida Callyham a Ike Hughes of Ida May was here OWSLEY COUNTY: Bonneville. Sunday gladdening the hearts ol of business were closed during that mule the other day for $210.00 can Red Cross Sudie Summers, both of this place. POWELL COUNTY: Stanton. regisDuring March eighty-tw- o We are sorry to hear of the death of hour and every one came away feel- Andy Rowland bought a cow from his friends and former neighbor, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY: Climax. handshake and tered nurses were enrolled by the A. D. by that friendly .Mr. and Mrs. John Williams' baby. ing able to buy more Liberty Bonds Clay Brewer for $75.00. East Bernstadt, Johnetta, Liv Mr. and Mrs. Wil-f- ii Lake Division Bureau of Nursing. Bowman sold n young mule to a Mr. familiar laugh. Their friends sincerely sympathize than they had thought before. ingston, Orlando, Wildie. Between now ami June I the diBrewer, Mrs. Blaine Wilson and R. H. Bowman J. W. Dr. Virgil Kinnaird, who expects to Peters for $75.00. with the bereaved family. WOLFE COUNTY: Torrent. Angel had a sprouting the iOtli hist. leave soon for France, is witli his of Sextons Creek is giving 13 cents sin, Vernon, visited Mill Wilsons vision must enndl 600 nurses. To home at Annville Saturday and accoinpllsli this task Miss Mary M. and got 18 bands. People are plan- - parents in Lancaster for a few days. for hogs lo eat his damaged corn. Misses Cala Mae nnd Hoberls, division director of nurs- ning big crops around hero of all -- A surprise party was given Mis- - 'File farmers have been paying $1.15 Sunday. JACKSON COUNTY to sweet potatoes are Emma Burchell Saturday evening. to $.f0 for seed oats here in the Pearl Wilson visited their uncle, Mm:. I'PPeals to the public and products. Seed employing nurses to Green Hall About thirty of her friends were stores. Grant Shepherd, down on Robert Wilson, Saturday and Sun- physicians parts. Soim The rainy very scarce in these them, without Green HaJI, April 8. The present and all report a most en- me rrecK. nas seen corn at 93.00 per day, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cook and Mrs. make it possible for are not going to get any. to he on for a spell season seems joyable time. Mr. and Mrs. .1. D. bushel. W. J. Gentry and relatives M. E. Cook spent Sunday with too great a sacrillce, to hold themare dying down around now, anil it is well that the farmers measles selves In readiness to respond b Wynn and M. L. Noe motored lo have returned to Chester, Pa., where Meredith Gabbaril's family. here. the call of their country. took advantage of the early spring Lexington Sunday and were guests he has a paying position. Willie Hall Green Miss Roberts makes Ibis appeal in Wendell MrColluni and weather. of Mr. and Mrs. Edd Hedrick, for- Reads The Citizen all the Same and LEE COUNTY We v Green Hall. April 15. response to the request of Surgeon Ruben Hughs, both of Heron College, Mr. and Mrs. enjoys it, you bet. Beattyville The old lady some snow last week which was merly of this place. Oorgas for the enrollment came in home last Wednesday for Heattyville. April 15, The oil Genernl Services were Johnson, Mesdames Jamie Sanders. Gentry is slowly improving. followed by frost. of at least 5.000 nurses by the foura few days' visit with home folks. held at Rock Spring ehurch Sat Emory McWIiorler and Miss Myrtie business in this county is still imEarnestville They returned today. Mr. and Mr?. proving. Some three or four now teen division hindquarters of the a Palmer were shopping in Danville Earnestville. April 15. to Bonttyville urday and Sunday. There was The Rev. producing wells came in last week; Red Cross by June I. Silas Flancry went Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Creed large and crowd present Joseph Ward, while piling brush "We wish to bring to the attenlast Week to visit her son, Robert, each day. attentive one on the Charles Davis farm al Myrtle and Simpson and Mises Brss and Mag Wednesday, fell over a snag Misses and Primrose which developed now tor- -i tion of nurses the unusual opporand daughter, Mrs. Price Eager. Schooler, of Hyattsville, were LexWilson, who have been in War Risk Intunities Mrs. Job Evans and daughter, Myr- Florence Miss broke his leg just nbove the ankle. rilory, and live new rigs have heeni surance offered by the Miss Roberts. came home last ington visitors Saturday. Law." says Miss May Thomas, who has been tle, of Heattyville, are visiting Mrs. school at Richmond, Monday. Miss Florence returned for Dosliia Metcalf. formerly of this attending school at Richmond, came ordered there to begin drilling at Fhe provisions of this bill apply Hunk Pierson at the present lime. aconce. The St. Helens Graded' spring term. Elder G. W. Scale place but now of Lancaster, has fit I i tidi it ui I In ill ti i ill V Mr. and Mrs. John Hicknell of Endee the Joseph home last week and paid her sister, School will close Wednesday and iiiit and Mr. and Mrs. F. F McCollum cepted a position witli the Mrs. Chester Gabbard. a visit Tuesmmlwn ,lf . Army nml N(lNy visited Mrs. Evans' father at Green place. Mr. ri.ursday. commencement exercise Nlpw, p took dinner with W. N. Hughes. Mercantile Co. of that imko jt Hall Saturday night and Sunday. the day. Mrs. Will Ross departed this w! I'1 I"'1,11 Judge Green f(1. . '' Ed. Creech ami wife of and Mrs. Clarence Curtis are Sunday. mfM, l(( s(,ourt, nl nonlin, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Evans visited Mr. who life Wednesday, April 10. and was Milium made a business trip I'' boys 'rates protection for herself as well .Hamilton, O.. are visiting with Mr. proud parents of twin Wednesday. buried near her home. Her many and Mrs. F. F. McCollum Sunday la- -t ,,. IisiL.n1.1 ,eml.nrs of Farming and .., Friday. Mr. and Mr, arrived at their home Creech's father. friends mourn her loss Mr. and Athol Hill Venable and family of Tennessee Mr. and Mrs. Gaines Henderson enthe oil business is the order of the her family dependent upon Her." Willie Flannery were called to the Mrs. Sherman Turner are the proud came, in Saturday night to make tertained Frank Timlen Sunday at parents uay over una eouniy al present. Aprnim,nPII(, mVe been made to of a line boy, horn April II. Nannie and Wal bedside of their (laughter, Mrs. Ross their home. their homo hero Miss Lucille Thomp Fhe Lee Fiscal Court was in session u,rmlt who lives in Hamilton, O., the past -- Mrs. Sofa Smith, of Middletown. O. workillK together in tor Evans were the welcome guests is spending tip son of Lancaster making settlements with N. Hughes is now set pu,,!,, (o ,.nro n groups. This has been visiting her son. Loyd last week, ot Mr. and Mrs. George Childs of week. W. week with the Misses Myrtie and r (i ln Ni,,vv fncl t,nt ting up a new saw and grist mill Huuley, for the past week. Conrad the sheriff, county superintendent Sturgeon Saturday nighti and Sunday county. L. D. munv Idamay, visited Celia Palmer at Point Leavell. ,irses are more willing to Mainus and Miss Hattie Hall were and jailer of this Mrs. Sarah and Miss Florence An Issues Hughes, of formerly Brandenburg, of this pnn, ,f llu.v ,.nI1 ,.rvo wiltl uu,jr married April II. F. T. Hale olllcl county, drew of Privett came Friday for a his father Sunday. now of Winchester, was in ,m acquaintances, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY Henry Ross and Miss Fannie nled. Gray Hawk wrok's visit with Mrs. E. E. MeCol- some Another step to accelerate rerruit-o- il Boone Brandenburg eloped to Chavies Mon town Monday in the interest of liim. John (iaiiiiaru nan a ciear-in- y Gray Hawk, April 15. There is a Boone. April 15. leases in this county. The Rev. Mr day and were married. We wish jMK will be the appointment of re- prospect for an apple crop at last Friday and got u lot of work line j milting olllcers in the classes which Gooch of Crab Orchard tilled his the young couple a long and pros Christopher Eirene, Gray Hawk. 10)10. appointment at tho Baptist perous life. John Lee Fortnor, of from nurses' will be graduated MADISON COUNTY of Gray Hawk, anil Miss Maranda regular Hugh last.--Bo- rn training schools Ibis spring. Welchbiirg. Ky., were Church Saturday and Sunday Mount Sterling, passed through Blue Lick liugli, April II. Our Sunday Campbell, of April 13 to Mr. and Mrs. Sam here last week and purchased a line 'Fhe Rev. Blue Lick. April 10. school at this place is progressing married recently. J. Fi Hays, of Lambert Mr. and bunch bouncing boy. a of young cattle from the Win. Ray of Lancaster occupied the THE THREAT TO WORLD SAFETY rapidly: 01 enrolled Sunday. N il Olin, got the post ollice at Gray George HulT of Berea visited the 's neighbors. Miss Martha Chadwell pulpit at Blue Lick Saturday night somiVan Winkle of this place and Hawk and is moving here. He also patents, Mr. and Mrs. John of Island City is visiting friends at and Sunday. He was assisted by. By Melville Davisson Post of the Durham bought 300 acres of land from Bond MM Sallio Hicknell acre, and they Wrenn, at this place Saturday and Vincent and near Earnestville this John Carl, a Herea student Troni Ml.1 Thai appalling damnation g. Ridge were married Saturday af' & Foley for $10 an Mrs. Jack Baufel and week. Sunday Inst. Burgoyne Botner and wife Elmo Flannery, "Some- - jK,.ico without bumanity-convcrt-w- here ternoon. Tho bride and groom will hold the oil and coal. This land is little daughter have been visiting are visiting relatives at Richmond in France," has been trans- - iuf. a wnoe peopi,. ini be with his brother, Lewis Van close to Gray Hawk. This makes prc,aiory Mrs. Jim Hays, of this -- Mrs. Preston Gahhard has been Terred from the IWth aero squadron mn(i.r ,as descended on the world, Tho 030 acres of land that J. F. owns in her sister. Winkle, for a few days. Tom Johnson visited his very ill for a fedays. place. Nearly all of to the Ifllh aero squailronMiss No iumil institution lino or Misses Gertrude Ahrams and Fairy Jackson County. parents at Throe Links Saturday and Childs of Herea was a j,lo. is any longer safe. Island City Abrams, Gertrude Morris and Freda the sweet potatoes rotted here Ibis Sunday last. Miss Fannie Wynn Island City, April 15. Mrs. Gen viMtor on Blue Lick Saturday nnd, Morris were the guests of Misses winter and many have failed to get is clerking in the Estridge store. invasions from a indignant star. George Miller of 'Finer is Sunday. She has the true mission- - or fabled beasts breaking up thru Haker Saturday seed. Myrtle and Ethel hustling with their tly, who has been ill for some time, The farmers are The Revs. teaching a singing school at tho farming. night and Sunday. 'Fhe now oil ary spirit of the Master, "going tu, crusl of jlp ,,artni not They are planning on is now sitting up. Hardin and Coal will preach at the Baptist Church with a largo attend cropping heavy this year. Old briar men have begun operalhfg their about doing good." visiting and inin- - niort. awfully threaten us. uipcuit court closed ai i;Very energy of) every civilized Housley Fork church house Satur- - ance. II. D. Peters. (storing to the sirk and needy. Ileitis are being cleared out thai drill oil the farm of McKee. M. G. Ab There wero four sent lo Fbey failed Jo recover the drill Farmers in this section havo most nation must he assembled for rodan night and Sunday. haven't been cleaned for years. They rams of this place has purchased a. the penitentiary: three for life and are planning on helping to feed the broken olT and commence another of the laud prepared for the corn sislance. The ono for 21 years. Too bad for Jack11010 year old mules. team of nearby. Jack mm came crop, but there is a dearth of seed., (n unused dollar is an unused allies and win the war. Oats sown this spring are not weapon. farmers of this community are son County. around Saturday night, hut wo hope Conway progressing in their farm work. How shall we far enslaved men. he spared the apples as we have a injured as yet by late frosts and 'Fhe citizens Conway. April 15. Blackberry mutilated PULASKI COUNTY Frank Campbell and wife attended line prospect, but none for poaches. promise a good stand. children and forlorn of Conway are more than pleased It Is reported that Goorgo Edwards bloom, like the peach, is an un- -, women, if in this hour of supreme Kirby Knob churi'h Saturday night Walnut Grove neighbor, J. H. Bran- witli their new and Sunday. Walnut Grove, April I i. Farmers aman, who has moved to our neigh of South Booueville will address the known quantity in this section, peril, we hold hack ItKo in our hous Parrot are ready to plant corn but nro borhood where ho expects to make people of Island City Sunday, al Hie They were killed in December. n weapon Hint mighij lave helped to Parrot, April 15. April has fur- waiting for tho ground to gel warm. church house near the mouth of Small fruits (cherries, plums, and save the world? himself a nice home. Ho has al nished us with some very cool, unTwo young men un- grapes1 are falling off a.s a result Shot and instantly killed, Alvin ready made some improvements, and Holy Fork. To the oft Congress has authorized J2.034.- whisky, ono of the severe frosts. favorable weather for farming and Sunders by his cousin, Victor Sun expects some more. Ho has der the inlluenco of to make con- ders, a little ways to the south of gardening. Notwithstanding day last week, shot throe holes in repeated inquiry: What shall wo tlo 000,000, of which sun tl,t35.O00,00O from W. M. is only has been npprnpriited. for the ditions farmers have quite a lot of here, on, last Monday. The trouble purchased a nice farm house by the side of for fruit this year?-ther- e Hayes ami has routed his land and Klrt Hecknoll's Do without or United States Shipping Board and corn land turned. E. T, Cornott was over the frequent attention to working like hoes, the public road, and two in tho one alternative. (ho boys preached at Letter Box Saturday and the former's wife. The tragedy has has got house nearby. One of the substitute the less favorable yog- - Emergency Fleet Corporation: on kind of businuss improves any ehurch Sunday. pumpkin, squnsh. toma- - March I, $353,217,055-1- 7 of this sum Mrs. Rachel Price ex- caused considerable excitement here. That offenders is said to he Shelby Beol edibles C. Woods purchased country. J. pects lo visit her daughter, Nora Fhe slayer immediately gave him noil, who mado his escape before toes and rhubarb. Many excellent had been expended. THo Emergency a couple pf nice stock hogs from a Cole, of Hamilton, O. Hud Matthew self tip to tho legal authorities. to gel up with and palatable sauces and jollies nml Fleet Corporation hail requisitioned Born in the the olllcers had time of Indiana has moved to the Felix Vergil Brown purchased a nice trader last week. him. The other one, Mr. Hudson, preserves can be made from each March 1, 425 stool vessels and Mrs. Sam Lambert, or n combination of two traded for 720 steel vessels, making Parker place on Macinaw. Judgo gelding horse, from the Otliughauh home of Mr. and weighing was in the hands of lbs. we understand boy. W. F. Johnson held court at Letter section, a German village here. Fhe a line baby ofllcor, Mr. Green, a magistrate, or more. Since "necessity Is the n total of 1,145 steel 8hip3, of an people are sorry for the homo the 'Fhe of invention," it "is highly grcgato tonnage of who will look into the offences and for the infant has only one hand.that many inventions will 101,508 tons; it had lot contracts for hold Hitch men to answer for such Mrs. Sallio Beldon has been on tho be launched upon the industrial 400 wooden vessels, aggregating violations before the grand Jury sick list for several days, hut we R. E. Peters of Indiana is visiting world to help out in tho coming approximately 1,715,000 USE are glad to say that she is Improv- his relatives in this part at present. emergency. , tons; it had repaired and put in op- ing. Wo aro having several cases Kingston tonnage oration 788,000 Nannie Lane ami little sister, Fan of French measles and mumps in nie, were Miss Ora seized from Germany nnd Auitrin. the guests of the Rev. A. D. Kingston, April 8. Chester McCoour settlement. Mrs. Flannery returned Sunday, after a On March 5 the building program of nnd Kate Bowman Sunday. llum from Harlan County Is visitJ. K. P. Hurst, who was thrown two weeks' visit with her sisters, tho Emergency Fleet Corporation ing his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie a horse and badly hurt, is Mrs. G. T. Tinsloy, near Pineville, was being carried on in 151 plants. .McCollum, this week. Miss Laura from and Mrs. F. H. Kelly of Harlan. said to be improving. BRIGHTER, WHITER AND LIGHTER Taylor was called to Shearer today Tho air personnel In tho first yoar Sturgeon llorton Treadway nnd family left to work Second trick for a few days. Two un last week for Mississippi to inaKo of. wnr increased from 05 0(1100.. Sturgeon, April 15. Than Any Other Brand . . . She is one of our new operators. t ...A. Ill II. prautlcal ser- inoir itiiuro .11101110, jjAST wiuuru iwn- - i.izu men 10 ono nunureo Born in the home of Mr. and Mrs. usually Inspiring and Eleven kinds ikentrcvl well, u student oJUJio Academy Do- - number. mons wero delivered to the J, Beldon, a line boy. Misses Jennii h1 Saturday and havo been installed. " Primitive Baptist Church partmeiit, East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else WANTED! yi --- - 1 11 11 1 ort j I Hol-broo- ks -- , - nr,s i, lat-ter- - intel-Sterlin- r0, S dead-weig- ht - dead-weig- ht dcad-woig- POTTS' GOLD DUST FLOUR irs ht f 1 11 Rock-Sprin- gs