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Citizen (Berea, Ky.): January 2, 1919 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1919 cit1919010201_sn85052076 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Citizen (Berea, Ky.): January 2, 1919 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1919 $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. I'UES I3ENT I S BESEA PUBLISHING (INCORPORATED) WM. FROST, Edltor-lit-Cti- ?EI?EA CO. m t.n a Rmtmd mi (A im Vol. XX. Wtfio at llrrii, AV. mnil-maf- mw1 XDevotad Five Cents Per Copy. The Citizen to ttie Interests of ttie ' I oirnteLin JPecrple One Dollar and Fifty Centa Per Year. ARTHUR Knowledge Power nd the war to keep up with modern Knowledge ia to read a good Newspaper. DEUBA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, JANUARY 2, 1910. No. 27. We Wish You All a Happy New Year f - . Here it is, the New Year, 1919! And the old year with its joys and griefs, mistakes and triumphs has passed into history! Wc can carry a good deal of profitable experience into the new year. The government has proposed that eVery citizen of the United States should take time on New Year's day to review his own financial standing, and find out how much he is "worth." In other words how much property he owns and how much he is going ahead year by year. It is evident that such thoughtful-nes- s will tend to make people saving and industrious. Just the same thing ought to be done regarding our character and usefulness as Christians in the world. What ar we "worth"? What progress are we making in establishing good habits, in cultivating friendship, in learning how to work with other people for the upbuilding of God's kingdom? The fact that God puts us Into r new year is proof positive that he has something blessed and important for each one of us to do. HENDERSON WorUNews The reception of President Wilson in F.ngland was extremely cordial. Tlie address of tho King and the President's reply were both full of linn sentiments and revealed n unity r thought and purpose. Tho high moral tone of the addresses is particularly notable. Some of tho phrases in the President's spoechos are being taken up by tho people and having tremendous offoct throughout Europe. The parliamentary election in Fnglnnd has taken placo without any disturbance nnd the results have been awaited with interest. Lloyd-Georwas returned by a very largo majority over his opponent nnd this will be considered Ins an approval of his administra tion or affairs during tho war. The ministry over which bo presides is n coallition ministry and consists of the best men available from different parties and Interests. I ge ( fl.- -, U.,... r V"18' " I Berea's Winter Term f The winter term began this year on New Year's Day. More than five hundred students registered the day before. The rain stopped Wednesday morning just long enougji for the great procession to march with band and banners from Ladies Hall to the Chapel. President Frost asked all those who were in the Chapel for the first time to stand up, and it was a large and bright company. He assured them that they had a great many young people among whom they would find acquaintances, and assured them that in a short time they would have more friends in Berea than anywhere else. , Many will be hindered in starting because of the bad weather, but the tremendous demand for young people with Berea training teachers, county demonstrators, farmers.1 mechanics, etc. will crowd Berea's class rooms, and many a parent feels that going to Berea is safer for their sons and daughters than staying at home. former minister portfolio In the Ilrltlsh war calling nnil well known ns a Inbor lender In Orent Itrllnln, acting on behalf of tho Ilrltish working classes, has called n meeting of International socialists at Lmisnnnc, Switzerland. without Jan-unry Arthur Henderson, C that the radical party in Germany LLOYD There is some reason to believe , Our Soldiers Back! Who is not glad to welcome back the boys in khaki? bven those who did, not cross the ocean did their part in forming the great force which friRhtened Germany at the last. And all of these young men have learned some- thing by being in the army. Some of them will take, advantage of their position as returned soldiers to be perhaps a little idle and disordeily, but the great majority position and will come back to feel the dignity reinforce the powers of righteousness and of progress in the home community. of-their j The Map of Berea College1 Few people realize how large an institution Berea really is. The map we show this week docs not tell it all, but it gives more than forty buildings which are located on the "COLLEGE DOMAIN." Really there are five great schools grouped together r a College; a Normal school ; a Vocational school; an Academy and a Foundation school. In this way Berea provides "something good for every comer." And by having all these schools grouped together under one management the institution is able to give far greater advantages and at far less cost. A large number of parents this year have come with their children and have been greatly delighted to visit the library, the chapel, the boarding halls and dormitories, as well as the class rooms of the different departments, and to enjoy the beautiful park and grove in which the school is located, as well as its farms, gardens and forest just outside the village. College and Aendemy rlnssos are IMPORTANT CHANGE FOR THIS beginning now at tho opening of tho YEAR On account of the change in our Winter Term and will continue ' schedule during the Fait Term to inert tho requirements of llio S. A. T. C, Keren College changed its plan rrom tho semester to the term basis. Thero will ho no second semester beginning in Febninry this year. All CONTENTS through the year. Any College 0 Academy students whd plan to come to Herea for the second semester should como nt ... i i.t.. ui-111 nun- - j.. tinier .. 1101 in gci classes. 1 1 Have you renewed your subscrip lion yet? Delay is costly. PAGE 1. Kditorials: Herca's Winter Term; Our Soldiers Hack; Tho State Map of Herea College. anil World Nows. School Letters. 3. The Citizen ads contain reliable Read them. Tho Soldiers' Letters nro especially interesting this week. Read them nit Page The-new- PAGE 2. News; Soldiers' ' PAGE PAGS.btSmgAdvX s of tho Stato, your homo community, and tho world mailed PAGE 4. Locals and Church Notes. to you each week for $I.T0 11 year. PAGE 5. Red Cross Service Courso; Subscribe today. Tho War HearersT Chance for Trade In Japan. PAGE C Farm and Home; Poultry! The luttvo Japanese door slides on Hints. ral or track, uiul Is said to answer Pl that School Lesson; ?," ,ur ' ,8M' ,but PAGE 8l',''", satisfactory Twentieth (h(, ,IIiportatlon ,l'rrt'e"y hInge8 ,g n lempMaiiLu Jou..s, f ,,oor Century tragedy. Tho Japanese are very crenvlnK. remly ,0 m,0,,t aUm)Ht uny of 1,10 n,e,,- News' w Serial Story. 7.-S- unday lias been making gains over tho moderates and that the Kbcrt rnln-it- ry has been obliged to make concessions of a substantial kind, if it British Premier to has not fallen altogether. The most notable character among the liberParliament. als is Hcer Leibknecbt, the socialist Herea College of live departments rea for the short courses in agriculwho was so outspoken against the war from the beginning that he lias opened on New Year's day with a ture nnd home scfence. VicResults Show Coalition Unionists been, most of the time, in prison, Listen Farmers, if you will send largo attendance. Tho day was rainy tors In General Election In your son to Uercfl tlifs winter while while the war lias been going on. Great Britain. but the clouds lifted in the morning the weather is bad in order that he just Imih enough to allow the great may take otir short course in agriThe former Emperor of Germany London, Lloyd Dec. Itoi David procession with band and banners culture, it will be worth hundreds George, Ilrltlsh premier, has been re- is said to be busy writing an autoto march from Ladies' Hall to the of dollars, to you in tho future. He elected to his seat In parliament from biography in which lie will explain Chapel, where President Frost gave will bo taught bow to analyze soils, Wales. his own career and give his oWn The election returns showed this re- account of tlie causes and events of an opening address of welcome, with farm crops, and feed slock for pro-li- t. coalisult: Coalition unionists, 7; some advice on the care of health Ilu will be taught to keep ac- tion liberals, 50; unionists, 5; liberals, the war. It is to Le remembered and New Year's resolutions. counts nnd choose the kinds of crops 2; labor, 23; Irlst nationalists, 1; Sinn that Napoleon Spent his period of The great demand for Herea train- and the breed of stock that can be Fein, 20; nnd 1 Independent. (The exile in the same manner and left ed teachers as well as for county most successfully raised in your conlltlon unionists comprise the Lloyd a memorial which has interested all historians but lias falsified to a condemonstrators and home science particular community. It is an op- George government. )' The coming parliament the first un- siderable extent tlie history of the specialists, prepared in our Normal portunity to improve your own der the new reform act will have 707 and Vocational departments, is profession and give your son a members, or 37 moro than the last. Of period. among the things which bring stu- chance to become independent. these 122 have been returned before A grewsome procession marched dents in great numbers from long The same can be said of our short today, either unopposed or for the unidistances. courses in home science and homo versities, where conditions ennble nn through the streets of Uexl(n durNow that tho rain storms have nursing. These practical Immediate declaration of the result. ing the week when a largo number aro f the wounded and maimed solceased and the weather is cool and courses that every girl should take, Those returned comprise CI conlltlon diers of Germany marched before crisp many who have been delayed and are recommendel by the Red unionists, 31 conlltlon liberals, 12 1 Independent, one are coming. One special point Crow The Home Science girls in tionalist and 20 Sinn Fclners.Irish na- the government ofllces as a mute should be noted by all new comers. ieniucKy Hall are a Happy company. Newspaper predictions of n great vie protest to the small compensation The opportunities for young people And the places waiting for Herea tory for the coalition government were they are receiving for thoir" serin (he agricultural and home science trained men as county demonstra- - based on the home vote. According to vices. Many of tlie men are withdepartments arc growing larger tors in agriculture nav surorisinir 80,1,0 reports, the soldiers nnd sailors out arms and many ' without legs, abroad were mostly Indifferent to the and some so, defaced that they were every year. Farmers with small salaries. farms should by all means avail Drop a line to the Secretary ask- -! election nnd did not trouble to vote. repulsive to look on and caused on . differ, nnd the estlmntes lookers to faint. themselves of this opportunity of ing for further information, or, bet- Other reports of the nufhber of soldiers nnd sailors sending their boys and girls to He- - ter, come on tho next train. who voted were from 30 to 70 per cent Tho future of Palestine Is a ma of the whole. In Cambridge. Sir Rrlc decides, first ter of much interest to all the lord of the admiralty, condition union- Christian world. Thero arc differist, defeated Iter. T. It. Wllllnms, ent views, regarding Hie best mode 11.053 to 3,784. Some of the Jews of settlement. A great welcomo awaits the mem President Wilson and Sirs. Wilson Sir Albert Stnulpy, president of the desire the privilege of restoring a bers of tlio 138th Artillery when hnve returned to Paris from their board of trade, win for conIhi'v reach Camp Taylor on Friday. visit to F.ngland. Heforo departing, He received 10,200 Jewish nation, under their oWn votes agnlnst 7.334 for T. F. Lister, trol, while others favor a request U for France the President and King! England to act as a Trustee in Resources of Stalo banks in Ken !eorge exchanged cordial messages. candidate of the nntlnnnl federation something tho same manner that she of dlschnrged soldiers and sailors. tucky increased $18,1)30,0125 durhas acted in Egypt. ing the last year, according to tho Departure from Franco of si. report of State Hanking Commis- transports carrying approximately VALUE OF GOLD CUT IN HALF American troops occupying Gersioner George G. Spcer, published IL',000 bonie-coniisoldiers was anPurchasing Power Will Return When man cities along the Rhino have this weok. nounced by the War Department; established rigid rules which aro Currency Contracts, Says A. this week. Citizens are strictly enforced. C. Miller. Mrs. CoraN Wilson Stewart, presiobliged to bo in their homes by a dent of tlie Kentucky Illiteracy ComVim Admiral Sims, now com Richmond, Vn.. Dec. SO. High certain time at night, they cannot mission, already has adopted many manding tlie American naval forces prices will prevail until the expansion plans designed to achieve the com- abroad, will return to tho presidency of currency and credit resulting from communicate freely with Germans mission's purpose "No illiteracy ,in of tlie Naval War Collego when his the buying of wnr securities on credit outside of the occupied zone nnd in ways aro made to realKentucky in 1920." has been eliminated and until the vol- many other present duty is completed. ize that they are paying tho penalty ume of credit anil currency has been of defeat. Kentucky fanners this year havo Authority to write lire insurant-toi- l reduced to. an equality with the needs of Industry and trade, declared A. 0. sown 100,000 more acres of wheat farm propertywas recommended Miller, a member of the federal reEvents in Poland indicate that an titan in 1UI7, and general condition in tho annual report of the Federal serve board, speaking at a session of oirort is being niailo to create a barof tho crop is 10 per cent better than Farm Loan Hoard submitted to Contho annual convention here of the Germany and Russia. for ten averago years previously, gress recently. American Economic association. Test rier between 11. F. Hryant, United according to ed by price levels In the lending mar- Tho purpose of this would bo in f Its parL, at least, to prevent tho spread States llureau of Crop Estimates. President Wilson visited Carlisle, kets. gold has lost about iglnnd, recently, the birthplace, purchasing power since the heKhinlug of the Holsheviki element westward Mr. Miller into Germany. Th greatest hopo Prof. II. II. Cherry, president of and girlhood bomu of his mother, of the wur In 1014, saidtvshii rwra ttnu fltlil sib n efitnitnfil et for tho success of the radical movetho Western Stato Normal School at and ,.poke in loving tribute to her! pmver, ment !t8 ,mrclmK,ng lfnll0l , is in penetrating Germany and Howling Green, bus announced his from tho pulpit of the church of ho hecnuso It has shared enudidacy for the Democratic nom- wliiftli liiu pj tuiu r vnvi ini jiUJl"t 'the fate of paper currency from ris- uniting the two peoples in one nn nnohtii iiivii lilt? irtntwl 111 ination for the Governorship of Ken- Tlie prosidentnl party was received ing prices which on n wholesale baMs movement. This the allies intend to tucky, subject to the action of tho by the Mayor of the city and a com- !nre up nbout 100 per cent In the coun- jnevent if possible. primary election August 2, l'JIU, Mr. mittee of notables ami was cheered tries where the gold standard still obA large number of German proCherry is one of the three men who by thousands, who crowded the tains. have announced for Governor, the streets from the station to the Crown fessors have just set forth a stateothers being Lieut. Gov. Black and 'inil Mitre Hotel. 92 WOUNDED OFFICERS LAND ment, in formal shape, to tio effect Judge Carroll. Mr. Cherry is one of has been Gerthat Alsace-Lorrai, the leading educators of the Stale. livos nro bollovcd to have been American Transport Brings Un-Them man for centuries and not only sinco Six Ddck From France Also 1870. They rely on historical proof Wllnuiro F.nterpriso. lost when tho United States Ship- used Munitions. and their lino of argument has alfdng Hoard's stoaiuor Quanlleo wus Inheritance taxes' on' the estato of diiven ashore in a storm Christmas New York, Dee. 30. The American ready been anticipated by Ameritlie late Mrs. Mary Lily Hingham, nighl on Tables Island, 25 miles epst transport Ttirrlnllla, with 02 wounded can historians and answered in Tho memorial formerly Mrs. Henry M. Flagler, of of Mindoro. Tho missing wcro pas-Ne- w olllcers, nrrlved here from France. It fery particular. York, if paid on tho basis of a sengers and members of the crow.' brought ulsn n returned enrgo ot ex- did with a clover plea that Alsace-Lorrai- ne The olllcers Include Cnpt. should bo mado an indeUntil valuation, will produce $1,537,- -j Tho vessel, which was used 111 the plosives. William Ilurrlgitn, sou of the Into Ed state like Switzerland 1I8.118, and not only wipo out tho In- - Inter-islan- d service, is badly dam ward Hnrrlgan, comedian. Captain pendent debteduess of tho stato of Kentucky, aged, but It Is belioved Its cargo can,. Hnrrlgun wns wounded by a machine rather than returned to Franco. placed at ?3,io5,100.iu, but leave a 110 saved. gun bullet while lending one of the de balance in tho Stato Treasury of $1,- The great French premier, tachments which went to the rescuo of 372.3I2.71', according to tho report of Tlie CommittiS) on Statistics nnd Colonel Whittlesey's "lost battullon" In has spoken to tho Cham, the stato inheritance tax appraiser! Standards of the United States the Arnonne forest. ber of Deputies in Franco lately (ConUoued on Pg roar) (Continued on. rip flu) . (ConUauid on Ftg Tour) GEORGE WINS Berea's Large Beginning , Kentucky News U. S. News j ng 1 i-- ' a a it il n r. !o t, ir-- - one-hnl- 10 11 ml no In-I- n ted de i , nu, "I was slow in starting to Berea, but I have been glad ever since!" ( Pago Two THE CITIZEN January t, 1018. School News from Varioui Departments EDUCATIONAL REORGANIZATION TOR KENTUCKY COLLEGE TWICE VICTORIOUS U. S. 8. Savannah. master of tho basketball door. This Charleston. S'. C k. ft. M. YOUNG By LEUT-GEwas proven by two games. Tho ilrst December 17, 1018. gamo between tho girls of tho My dear Mr. Hudson: and Academy departments was, Universal military training in time of peace and equal national There aro so many things that I won by tho former 1. Tho last gamo between tho boys of tho samo service in timo of war, for tho United States, is tho lesson of tho world had to encounter and undertake since coming in the Navy that I departments was won by tho College war, now victoriously ending. havo been very negligent about . noys. u proveu 10 no u o ucsi lougui , , t, The forcc9 are actiw fof d t th, writing my friends. gnmo of tho season. At tho end or ll hns htcmmc n hvc Htion-n- ot in a partisan sense, but in the I am not heartily in favor with tho ilrst half tho Academy was in 6CR,!C "in "" notional policy is essentially a political question and must Navy life especially tho seagoing Educational progress has beon tho lead 10-The last half, how- tart. I have been on tho water for acted on by those in authority, supported by the people. marked and gratifying in Kentucky ever, saw the score change many This is tho most important and serious matter tho war has placed the last six weeks and bclievo me, I during tho last twenty years, but times; at one timo the Academy was there is no cause for extreme satis three points in tho lead, but in tho before us and it would be wise for all those who desire to forward tho have often been very unsteady on my feet. Wo havo had somo awful Good last live minutes of tne game tlio'TO:it , ...,. faction or congratulation. f it ...i rough weather and because of the have been enacted, wiso poli- College hoys forged ahead, tho ' laws The National Association for Universal Military Training feels that mission wo were on, it seemed l The cies have been inaugurated, better lliiishmg score being if this is not dono the confidence of thoeo whose suffrage they enjoy will me that the skipper was rather of each is as follows: standards have been established, but line-u- p bo forfeited. reckless at limes. I am on tho flagCollege Academy wc are yet so far from what wo ship of tho 8th Division, 3rd Subf. Lewis ought to bo that every person who Porter u mined peal cuius anil liMHtuiuos marine Flotilla or tho Atlantic ARMY EDUCATION f. Godby sees in education tlie chief factor Carpenter Squadron. Wo were attended by rt A most unusual educational op c.Balcs in tho solution of our social prob Williams Hie I.lkhart (Ind.) canteen has of the largest submarines afloat and portunity for our soldiers in Franco g. Porlcr de I3rown lems should tako new vows of arrangements with New established a wonderful record in is being provided by tho French ' Ilicknell g.' Watson vntion to the cause. for our patrol work. We left tho U. S. Government through Andro Tardiou. ,"rk ('",ntral "a"1'1 "'"c'a In matters which indicalo ef. "Ilobinson erection of a canteen hut on th.) .November 2 for the Azores Islands High Commissioner of Franco-AmericIlcicney in education our state ranks First half. X. Y. C. grounds. Tho hut is to he and were patrolling when wo reAffairs. Duo to tho length far too low to afford any feeling of "Last half. .') x 30 feet in size and equipped with ceived tho news of Germany's deof time it will tako to transport our pride. When compared with our sire to accede somewhat to tho Al Robin Woodruff, a member of the troops home again, and also to the lunchroom facilities, sister states in enrollment, in al- lies' demands. It sure was wclcomo tendance, in length of school term, Academy Class of '15, was in Berca fact that many thousands of our Heeause the Canteen Service is a news to us. Wo received it by and in the holding power of the last week. Mr. Woodruff has just sodiers will remain in Europe for schools, wc have an average rank of completed a course in Civil En- a considerable period, tho French war service recognized by the War wireless when wo wcro in mid- fortieth from the top, eighth from gineering and was in lino for a com- Government is opening tho schools Department, the War Service Vol ocean. Wo stayed at tho Azores a rnteers of Frankfort (Ky.) decided weok and then had orders to proof France to these men. the bottom. In the actual amount mission when tho war closed. The college men in our army who to enroll for canteen service in u ceed to the Bermudas cud from of money spent we rank eighteenth Lieut. Robert Martin, also a form body. there we camo over to Charlestown, from the top, and in the per cent of er member of tho Academy depart- -' remain in Franco will bo given freo our wealth devoted to the cause of meat, was in Derca last week. access to tho French universities One day on fifteen 11111111108' notice S. C. When 1 return I will be belter public education wo rank twenty-seco- Lieutenant Martin was commission- -, where they may continue their a complc( meal was served to 0 able to tell you about this trip and of draftees at Frankfort tho many incidents that were or infrom" the top. There is no ed from the ranks for efficiency in; studies in art, science, law, etc. The terest to us and especially tho part tTeal satisfaction, howovcr, in a drill; ho was Ilrst sergeant one day agricultural and technical schools Canteen Service is now organized the submarines played. I'vo wash of France, with their complcto li- high rank of expenditure and a low and lieutenant the next, one itt results, in fact it is scarcely orarics aim splendidly equipped lab- - and on duly at almost overy Rail- ed my clothes so much since com road division point in Ohio, Indiana ing in tho Navy that I am liablo to j oratories, will also bo open to them. to our credit that such a condition dauiental of our stop catering to Canfleld's laundry. should exist. Of course there may school system, this article is being It is proposed to establish at each and Kentucky. What you think of that? EH I I cerschool attended by our soldiers at be explanations and extenuating written. Covington (Ky.) canteen has erect- tainly havo learned that well bo- Your sincere friend, least one American professor who circumstances, but it is far better to will lecture to them in English on ed two canteen huts in tho train eauso it was absolutely required correct than to explain. These con John Miller. A partial compensation for tho topics in which he has specialized. yards, to take care of troops on from us. ditions should at least stimulate us dreadful carnago and tho appalling It is also proposed trains that do not cross tho river to Many or my shipmates aro golnj V. S. S. Savannah, to mako a thorough examination of by tho Frcncli 4 Postmaster, New York City, N. Y. that tho war has Government that all of our troops Cincinnati. on furlough and I certainly would our present system of school organi- devastation wrought, thcro has been a spiritual be given liko to havo gone but I am saving an opportunity to learn zation and administration with the awakening, in which tho scales of The Toledo (O.) canteen women what littlo I can to go to college purpose of ilnding out whether wo the French language, and for this ignorance, bigotry and mammon purpose SERQT. STARLET POWELL French teachers aro to bo received as a donation, a supply ol when I como back to Herca. I are receiving the largest possible worship havo dropped from our eyes, placed at WRITES disposal of our forces. vegetables and fruits. Tho vegeta- - hardly expect to bo discharged bevalue from our investments of the leaving us with a clearer insight nnd will bIcs'lav0 !,re " wil1 fore May although I havo asked Mr. money and talent. visit tho various camps and. usea into tho fundamentals of individual ,, to make soups for the boys this Vaughn to get an affidavit for mo in Prof, T. A. Edwards, Herca, Ky, in FMn,, It is quite the fashion at the pres- nnrf nnfinnnl llfo "" "t winter. order to bo released that much questions of interest. ent time for great business enterAs I have been on tho movo almost As our schools aro tho Nation's1 sooner. prises to make the most searching This training will be of especial overy since I have been in Franco most potent instrument in the de- At Paducah (Ky.) tho hoys wcro How arc the. Hoy Scouts getting 1 investigation into their organization honellt to our boys because it will shall tako advantage of tho oppor-- 1 velpment of national ideals, it would throw and business methods with the view them into intimato contact being given a ride by tho motor along? Arc they still holding to- tunity and writo you. strange indeed if this world bo corps and one youth fresh from duty gether? They haven't heard from with tho French people, and give of ilnding out if every move and I ro'cived The Citizen today every dollar counts for tho most in crisis did not compel changes in them an opporunity to study French on the Texan bordorlino begged a mo for a long timo but you can which had so many good things in conceptions as to tho valuo and our chance to roll on the grass. In, var- readily sco that sailing from place literature, methods and ideals, ft ultimate output. Salaries reading it- In short it was a letter from well up into tho thousands arc given the function of education as a phase will also cement even more closely ious ways the Canteen Service meets tho peoplo or Eastern Kentucky. I our institutional life. Wo are tlio cordial relations of ' no.xpecled soldier needs. or your mail. I have Just received! for the services of expert efficiency between tho splendid letter John t called upon to scrutinize anew our two co some mail that has been on its way noticed tho engineers. It is said that a city of nlries. Miller wroto Mr. Osborne. I didn't work in terms of our underlying; (Ind.) tho rest since October. At Indianapolis tho m'ddle west offered Go, Qoe- know ho was in tho service theories, our methods of instruction, room and reading room established Thero is one regret that I havo in RED CROSS NOTES llials a salary of $10,000 per year to and our discipline, in order that thru j I was talking with Bradley Kin-ra- id by the Canteen Service opposite the coming aboard this vessel. That is, act in such a capacity for tho mu- rnflnMInn wn mflv npntllrn Hint frnsh. All the "War Mothers" of La fay. at the movies one nighL He station havo becomo regular "clear- we have no religious meetings of any ,, '"(1- - havo enrolled in tho Red nicipality. Tho citizens believed said ho had Just received a long ncss of vjsion, that truthfulness of directing soldiers, kind. Wo havo a crew or about 100 ing houses" Canteen Service. that this amount would havo been aim, and that steadfastness of pur-,'- 5 checking grips and helping general- men and counting the submarines it letter from you. wisely expended in such a manner, pose I Often think of tho pleasant hours necessary 10 insure mo salvaly. will amount to about COO men, yet I as doubtless it would. The Portsmouth (O.) canteen has have spent in your class rooms, tion of our democracy thru tho With the outbreak or influenza, the absence of a chaplain is very The public schools are an im- proper training of our future citi- a new hut. A squad of workers col- the "use of wooden cups was adopted and how glad wo always wcro to conspicuous. Tho immorality of the tho lect magazines and redistribute them mense business' enterprise, zens. as a precautionary measure, eacli men is something awful. If our havo you visit old Franklin Literary people are coto the soldiers on the trains. days largest in which tho cup being destroyed after a singlo cause had not been Just I doubt Society. I consider my school What is the truth concerning tho and should or more valuo to ma than operatively engaged valuo of tho work in which wo aro using. Now n steam box has been whether God would have helped us. in Herca The Motor corps at Evansv'llo any other part or my life. he administered in the most bui-nes- $ engaged? Our results aro apparentinstalled. These sterilization boxes Oh, thorn is no liquor but nevetho-les- s oung people who attend like manner as well as organ- ly ttiltnrvililn fllmpnll nt mnnQlire- - (Ind., at the request of tho local Tho can bo put in by any local plumber men get in foreign aU ized along what havo been shown to mont, school at Herca Coltego aro certainly wo.", transport the men wherever there is livo steam, and ports,when tho and often at seeming variance drunkedness is ono of the l ,cr a(1 1 vcry fortunate. They can apprecihe the most effective lines. Every with tho immediate demands of com. fron "c aro an important asset to any can-te- n chief rorms or amusement. Tho is a partner in this business, merco and industry. But if the ""' entertainments U'at may be citizen or our Navy is great. I ate having gone there after they station. leave. and directly concerned with its out- achievements of ourselves and our mc,n for "cni; doubt whether tho war would ever .. put, whether ho has children in tho allies havo demonstrated ono fact ( We are having some very gloomy not Irom the Qrowth. have been won wcro it Passion' schools or not. Vmcjmno worl;!r8 ' fact that the Navy had rendered weather hero now. It has been rainabove all others, it is that tho moral Let me not forget that the powet re two of ing most of the timo for tho last To convey tho idea of the magnithe morale of tho Nation, is 'wtc,ly and Joy of sacrifice grow upon those s,irh excellent service. Its work us a regular train one day ant who exercise It. Pure passions grow week. Franco is surely blessed tude of the school business, let any vitally significant than was vcry iPCrelivo and even L. Wutktn- see what the people of Kentucky degree of material prosperity, and, ,ll'r ' ' tc" minute wait, served as Well as dark oueH.- -V. n(w wp cannol wml W(J W((ul(, with rain. Is a fine country, but far ' apples tnd dis- - win. Franco have invested in it. is tho cold drinks and moreover, that its quality from being developed. But history In 1910-1- 7 wo spent $1,030,000 upon fruilago of a proper educational teaches us that sho has had a hard our rural schools, and the schools system. Not tho last lino, but rather FIRST PHOTOGRAPH OF RETREAT OF BEATEN HUNS struggle as far back as wq know. in the smaller towns and villages. the first lino of defense, is tho public-sThis year we will, in all probability, chool Tho French peoplo say thoy aro not system of our land, and it spend as much or more. Our in- is no exaggeration to say that the behind lime, but that tho Amcrjcani vestment in public education is tho are a hundred years ahead of time. tomorrow aro being won battles of I capital which, invested at fair in- in tho schools of today. shall ho very well pleased lo get terest, will produce this sum anback lo tho States anil go ahead with Should not a consideration of such nually. Assuming the rate of inter- facts lend an increased dignity, a the Americans. est on tho investment to bo 5 per deeper seriousness, an enhanced Well, I can talk but vcry littlo cent, tho investment is $97,781,000. If valuo to our work as toachors? French yet. I do most of my talkwe add to this amount $8,778,812 in- Should not cynicism, negligence, ing In the French peoplo thru signs vested in houses, grounds, and uncVil t fnlnnaa frtvn wni fn Mm onmn and wonders. Tho French people equipment, we find tho total to bo (IpRrco are very kind to (ho American soloptimIgm rcS0urccrulncs3 SlOO.fjoJ.BI diers. prowess that wo expect or and t ils is no mean endow- Tlie Y. M..C. A Is doing Its bit to h ,ca(,B hg ment or public education, and Is make us comfortahlo and happy. It m(!n u, ,mUIo? Wo who aro 0llr should demand tho (1Icrs hohIn, tll0 far.nUng battle line, affords movies most every evenmost thoughtr.il attention of our ing and services on Sunday. It also Mq whMo han(s ,s ,nlruglcd md people, lo bo sure it is much loss. tho lpa,n, writing furnishes comfortahlo oup counl ,3 most than a number of our neighboring rooms, reading and writing material. hfir.,ncft'mns. Rninrntn' I 4I, n, ln lnn nf "' Tho American soldiers In Franco ourselves with tho needs of tho vital their children, but it is probably as present and tho demands of a prowould be at a loss without tho much as tho peoplo of Kentucky mising and ucgent futuro that our Y. M. C. A., which is tho connecting should bo asked to furnish until professional attitudo, our methods link between army and homo lira. they havo thoroughly considered or instruction, and our means or Yesterday was Thanksgiving Day, I suppose you had a flno dinner, and tho matter of how this great rund will bo a reflex of our ma- may best bo handled, and our school lurc(J attended splendid services. Sinco ,nt of v((JW system orgamzeu 111 oruor 10 bwuiu we oro leeding about six hundrod From School Lire, tho highest valuo rrom it. men at our mess, you know wo , Tho writer behoves that thcro aro could hardly havo anything special. certain fundamental faults In our ZZco JuhI'm env Hoping to meet with rriends in Te prosent school system which mako ere(1 !n AmerJca when coluinl.m In Herca soon I shall oloso. it impossible for tho largest good to 1402, Hunt his first party to explore "Wishing you n Merry Christmas be dorlved from tho inonoy invested;; the Islum of Culm. It was first ob and a Pleasant Now Year." Give my and that tho peoplo will not bo will served thut these herbs were burned best wishes to those who ask about ing to greatly increase thoir invest- uud curried by the nutlvea to perfume me. themselves. It was luter discovered ment until tlicy aro convinced that .3IK SJBMjMBBSMBJSjBJJBBBBBBJBJjBJBM Very Ilespectrully yours, thut these heron were also used for thoy aro receiving a full moasuro of chewlntr, mid luter us America was These photograph are the first to reach America nbowloK the defeated ucrinun urinleH reiriiilliiK Imvurd (heir 8gt. Stanley Powol1. returns for overy dollar expended. opened up und explored, it was obserV' own border, tired and dejected. In the lower one aro Ma ox carts taken from the occupied nylons und used for Co. "K," 2nd Tr.,neg., 83rd Dlv, In order to stimulato thought and ed fhut tliev were umolced Id lance transport service. 2hd Dept., A. K. F., Franco, arouse a discussion regarding a fun- - quaatlilen. Saturday night camo and went leaving tho Collego department tho Col-lego Universal Military Training It Lesson of the Great War for America Soldiers' Letters JOHN MILLER WHITES The following scries ol articles was printed in part In tho Southern School Journal, June, 1010, accidentally without tho natno of tho author being given. Tho matter has boon revised by Professor Lewis, and should prove of valuo not only to teachers but citizens as well. 5-- Vlt1 9. rr,i .,i, an nd like to in its favor. Hut if thoro was mora Godliness thcro would bo less disease and I often fear whoa I como in contact with so many from all ranks of life. Thcro aro very rew on board this ship that I associate with, and I am greatly misunderstood by tho boys; they consider me peculiar for not joining them in their rovclries. You know God's peoplo aro a peculiar set. There aro not many that understand their ways. Alter all wo me only human, and perhaps aomo day their eyes will bo opened to tho higher and nobler things in llfo. They Imagine they aro enjoying themselves but they aro suffering fur the roily of their ways. When I ilrst enlisted in tho Navy I joined the Radio Service. After several months of seeming Inactivity I rhanged my rating to 11 roil. an in order to get out to soa and help win the war. I didn't want to ls.y in the training station. I felt that I ought to he on tho high seas where there was somo danger and more exeltcmenL My desiro was gratified but fortunately tho enemy to Immunity gave in and now my iily desire is to get back and continue my schooling. I want to tell you, Brother Hudson, firing down 111 the engine room or tho power limine is tamo work in comparison la llring these enormous boilers. Wo work f'Mir hours and then wo aro eight off. But when you work it ta work. The pressure is kept up L 170 degrees. I certainly havo'lcarn-e- d to appreciate a great uuinbec of things since coming hero. Trusting that all is well with you and Mrs. Hudson I wish you both "A Merry Christmas" and "A Happy New Year." t.K can' al "' sol-mo- ly ,. dis-cipll- ' Read These Soldiers' Letters! January t, 1910. THK CITIZEN Page Throe CONCRETE-LINE- D Whein left tneir Darracks 1 began to cry, because It did not seem possible that I was going away, nnd already I could sea them starving slowly, just as I had been starving. The next morning a sentry came to my bnrracks, called out my name and I Precaution Should Be Taken to took me to tho commnndcr of tho camp. They searched me, and then . Prevent Injury by Frost drilled me back to barracks again. men all thought they were Then the and Settlement. Just playing a Joke on me, nnd they said so. Tho same thing happened tho next COBBLESTONES MADE USE OF day, nnd when one of the men said thnt probably I would bo slnmmcd up agnlnst it wall and shot, I begnn to feel shaky, I can tell you. To' Safeguard Structure It la RecomHut the third morning, after tho? I hud mended That Completed Earthsearched me, tho commander said, ' "Well, you'll hnve to havo a bath be-- 1 AND CHIEF PETTFFfCPieU'--NAVwork Be Thoroughly Soaked MEMBEK OF THE FOREIGN LEGION OF FRANCE foro you leave the country," nnd I Before Lining It Laid. ( was so glad that I did not mind nbout (jUN IURRET. FRENCH BATTLESHIP CASSAPvD' , .I f .I .. T I ..... ,1 ' inc liuiii, riiiuiiu.il i uiv (From the United States Department of WINNER OF THE CROIX DE GUERRE Inst one I had, and It did not ugrcc Airrtculture.) ' very with inc. After tho bath, well If durable water reservoirs are dethey drilled mo out Into tho road. sired, they may be llnad with probably ever nave hecn. Hut somo- SYNOPSIS. In or built of cobblestones. There were four sentries with me, The Swiss Certainly Treated Me Well. wo wore ravenously bun- i times when type rnny be but not Swntts, nor did I see him tho concrete-lineCltArTKH I'. Dcpsir. author gry niid" could not hold out any looser It 'ornv rcctangulnr or circular. A cirrefugees in Switzerland. anywhere? around, for which I wns sor- French in nw uniieii mama either '" i navr. rervinr mimi ers and attaining wo wnnlil initio rations. lour ry. Hut ull the boys enme down to was a dinner, nnd much appreciated" cular reservoir lined with concrete, me,r They 8lsihed Me Three Time. One man would trndo Ida wholo ru I 1 need not menrnk ot ch,er Laving n diameter of 184 feet at tho the burbed wire, or to the gnte, and by one guest, nt least. tlon for the next diiy for n linlf rutlon tion his name, hut he ate so much that bottom, n depth of 8 feet, and a raI UIIAITUR n-sreat war starts nil sorts some were crying, nnd others were he felt ashutned aftcrwnrd. answering to'nsK aoon alter ho la nonursblr discharged very or 051,058 pacity of 2 nere-fec- t, of questions. Finally, after I had told cheering, nnd all of them n were from Uio navy and lie aalla for Franc I do not think he got In bad for It, United Stntes gallons, Is somcwhnt minute or a. deltrinlnatlon to sullst, rlili him I had been In the French service, much excited. Hut nfter though, for afterward Mr. nnd Mrs. again nnd tho similar In design to one built under I nsked him If he could help me In any two they got together CHAITF.fl Itt-- Ha Joins tha Foreign was tho song about McC'ormlck each gave him n valuable the supervision of the olllce of public IKlun mil la assigned to Hie draadnduslit why. He answered thnt I had only my- Inst thing I heard bag, then, present, which he needed badly. After Caaaard where hia marksmanship wina Fort self to Mnme nnd thnt It served me packing up your old kit No nnd They tho dinner Mrs. McCormlck made n lit- roads and rural engineering orentneces-airhim high honor. 1" Collins, Colo. Precautions wf downhearted? right If I had been In ono of tho allied "Are certainly tle patriotic speech. In which she snld game lads. CUAITKH la detached from wero In order to prevent damage by armies. hla Blilp and sent with a rexlinant of tin They did not- take me straight to thnt the Huns would never trample on settlement nnd frost. If tho reservoir Ita-loto Flundera where fie aoon dnd I Old not like hla looks much and he hlmaelf In the front line trendies. all tho United Stntes Hag, and some other Ib formed partly In excavation nnd seemed unfriendly, but when he began the station, but took me through usthings that made ull the Americans partly In fill, It Is difficult to treat the streets they could find, nnd as la detailed to the CIIA1TKK He smoking n cigarette It almost drove me Keeni-anand makes the of the women were there with tho there very proud, especially Mr. each class of material In such a way crazy and I conld not help asking for ual, the myself. So you see I was having Ti'a the nomlerful Trench guns that I did not mind: that both will be equally stable nnd have saved the day for the alnea on many one. He refused me nnd said I should bricks nnd spit Hut n great time. a battunrld. llefure seeing an action, he Impervious. If the material In the stnyed In my own country, whero I wns ued to It, and besides, It wns have ta ordernd back to hla regiment In the not I was having a little trouble, nil fill, for Instance, settles more than the Inst time. So I Just grinned nt front line trenchea. I could have had plenty of cigarettes. wns better the time, for this reason: there were earth, the concrete lining After n while he threw nway a clga-r- them, and thought that I hud to stay quite a few Germans Interned In Zu- the natural ruptured along the division CIlAPTnil iroea "over th off 'than they, because they is apt to bo top" and "gota" hi first derman In a barto stub and not only I but three or In uniform. rich, nnd they went nbout onet cgbL line. Not only uneven settlement In German?. four others who were near made n dive in the hole called naked, company take part Ia CHAITrcn but I did not Now, when I snw one of these birds different parts of the earth embankI was still half for It A mnn nnmed Kelley got it In another raid on the German trenchea r wfilt on tne station nnd remembered what had been hap- ment, but settlement In nny one part and liottly afterward auilsli In (topping a crazy man who went around trying mind the pening to me Just a short time before dama fierce charge of the Huns, vrho are ent wood and cloth and anything platform. I noticed a llttlo sign that my hands began to Itch. Believe me, tends to rupture or otherwise to mowed down aa they croa No Man's age concrete lining. rend, "Berlin 25 miles north," nnd he could find. It wns not "good morning" thnt I When my three weeks were up and thnt was the first time I had much of snld to them. I enjoyed It all right; Concrete for Lining. to D?imuile with CIIAPTKIl VIII-Bnu Idea where Brandenburg was. la caught In a Zeppelin dispatches. I had not heard from Mr. Gerard I was In squnds and hud no A concrete sultnbte for lining should escupee unnun. we got into the compartment they were hot When raia. uui Just about ready to go down tw the urms. so It wns hand to hnnd, and pie contain an ample percentage of good la ahot through th CHAITEUrX-l- le lake nnd pick out a vacant spot and nnd I found that the windows wero for me. cement In order to make It waterthigh In a brush with the German and lay down In It I renlly do not think not smashed I could not believe It nt Hut Mr. Keene did not like It 1 tight. A mixture of 1 part by volIs sent to a hospital, wbere be quickly I could have lasted two weeks longer. first until I remembered that this was recovers. f(, he to w" omco ume of cement, 2 parts of sand nnd " And Just nbout that time, as I was not n prisoner trnln. We hnd a forty, -- e morning and bawled me out for a 4 parts of gravel or broken rock Is back to aea duty. CHAITKlt eight hour ride to LIndau. which Is on while, Drpew rejoins the Casaard, which makes walking bnck to barracks ono day, a and I promised to be good recommended. A measured voluraa several tripe to Hi Dardanelles a a conshowed me n Ocrmnn the Lake of Constnnce, nnd no food or I'Vnu're Ftippnscd to be neutral," he of sand Is dumped on the mixing platFrenchinnn voy. The Ossard la almost battered to time. But still I did not water In thnt plecr by tit Turkish batteries. One Man Would Trade His Whole Ra- newspaper, nnd there In large type on mind It much. At LIndau they drilled suld. And I said, "Yes, nnd when I form, half ns much cement Is added to he Casaard takes part CHAITEll engagements tion for the Next Day for Half a Ra- the top of the first page It snld that me Into a little house and took av ay wns torpedoed nnd taken prisoner, I It nnd both Ingredients nrc mixed dry In the memorIn many hul Mr. Gerard had left tho country, or wns supposed to be neutral, too." But ULtll the mixture Is of one color. It tion Today. able Oalllpoll campaign. They had all the uddresses that I had, and I said I would not look for trouble any Is then moistened nnd worked Into a was getting ready to leave. ner ta a member of today. That Is, If you wero so hungry to drag me the rest of the way t the then marched me over to tho llttlo more, nnd started CHAITKrt back to the hotel. mortar, and the rock or gravel, a landing parly which sees Marc righting that you thought you could not last barracks und throw snow on me before boat which crosses the lake. the Inst But no sooner was I underway than having been previously moistened, Is In th trenches) at (AalllpolL As I started up the gangway out tho day on yonr regular share, you I came to, came along nnd began added. Tho mortar nnd rock or gravel "CIIAITLU XUt AfteTVn unsuccessful thing I received ta Germany renched n Hun private me. My gnvo bands itched then are turned over with shovels at trench ruid. Irew tries to rescue two would telt someone else that If he a to laugh at (Gunner Depew'a Interview with Mr. me a crack across the back with wounded men In No Man's tand, but both you half his share today you would again, and I could not help hut Mam least twice or until the entire mass Is prison took Jl before h ran reach the trrnche. give lilm all of yours tomorrow. If ho Gerard on or place at the Dulmen1917. On rifle! him a few. We went round and round thoroughly mixed. The concrete camp about I'ebruary 1. The women und children on tho CHAITKlt XIV Depew win the Crol was a gambler he would take you up. February 3, our state department demanda while, and then the Hun re- should bo sufficiently moist at this for bravery liriuutslng through That Is, he would gamble on his being ed the release of sixty-twdi liuerre artillery dock hnd their fists up and were yell- for American Mr. raige so that when shoveled Into a versed nnd went down Instead. lire to summon aid to a terrific and held a Urltlsh his comrade In an advanced post. alive tomorrow, not on your keeping captured on Germany.vessel the same day, ing, "American swine I" But I Just Keene saw us, or henrd about It, so ho Miieelbnrrow or other means of con- On prisoner In laughed at them. And when I looked hi twelfth trip to your word. Ho knew you would come I'resldent Wilson severed diplomatic relatold me I had belter go to Berne. CHAITKlt XV-- On the Dardanelles, lie wounded In a Duval across with your rntlon the next day, tion with Germany. Ambassador Gerard around the boat and saw no German So off I went with my passport. But m i only Swiss civilians I eilKaaeiiicin left Germany exactly one week later. Tho soldiers ifi hospital at Ilrrst, he Is discharged from nnd like ns not. If you tried to keep It newspaper Berne. I Gunner Depew saw must rubbed my eyes nnd could not believe fa'"e thing happened In could not service and sails for New York on th from him, he would kill you, nnd no- have ben that Issued after February In. It very hard, but Just steamer Georgia It When they gnvo me bread, which tried my hands off theI Germans. So I 9. 1917, however, that was not until Starch body would btnmo him. keep cap-- 1 was actually released from was what I had decided I wanted most Ueorglo CIlAPTini XVI-T- n. It certainly was hard, when the next Gunner Depew Editor Note.) Ilrandenburg. tured by the German raider Moewe. of all back In the camp, I thought I guess everybodymethought It was a good good-bpew, with oilier survivors. Is taken aboard day came, to give up your wholo ration nnywny I was In heaven sure enough, and when, thing to tell I the Moewf. I do not know whnt happened during forty-fivand go without that day. Hut I never later, we arrived nt was shipped Into France, going direct minutes to the nw a man hedge, or even speak of it. tho next few days. CIIAITKR to St Nazalre and from there to In Switzerland, I finally Tarrowdale. which wan captured later by I And we did not hnve nny food pirates Hut n week or so Inter the Spanish llorschach Brest Depow hnd other prisoner thn Moewe. knew I was free. narusiupa unui uiey anno among us either: we wero not captains nmhassndor and four German officers aufler I made n short trip to null, England, In Oerniany. nnd Swntts enme to our barracks and of Industry by nny means. with u lettt' from n mnn nt Urnnden-bur- g CHAPTER XXIV. CUAITKH XVIII At Bwlnemunde, they There wero times when some of us the ninbnssndor told mo I would bo to his wife. She wns not at home, are placod In a prison camp whero thuy could not ent certain of our rations. released It was all I could do to but I left the letter and returned to suffer terribly from told, hunger and Back In the States. at the hands of thu guards. For instanco, many nnd muny a tlmu keep from fainting again. Then Swntts After I arrived at Borschach I was France. I was In France nltogether ore CIIAITKR XIX Tho prisoner bet- I was ns hungry ns anybody could be, asked me In English If I hnd anything taken to u largo hall, where I re- about three weeks, and, then went to get no transferred to Neustrelltz, but and I wanted to ent my brend, but It to say about the treatment In tho mained over night. There were threo Barcelona, Spain. ter treatment there than at Swlnemuiide. seemed aa If I could not get It Into camp, nnd I begnn to think maybe American Hags on the wulls, the first Then I took pnssage for the States nt my mouth. Then I would trnde It with It was n frame-uChapter XX After aeveral week of some kind, so nil I hnd seen In a long time. I certainly on the C. Lopez y Lopez, n Spanish Keurirellti, they are transferred once someone else for his "shadow soup" or I said was, "When will I get out of did u flie Job of sleeping that night merchantman. We had mostly "Splgs" more to Dulmen, Westphalia, experiencing more of the eme brand of German Kul-tu- r his barley coffee. here?'" nnd he snld, "Why, you will be I think I slept twice as fast to make on board, which Is navy slang for while making the journey. relensed tomorrow." We were dying every day In BranSpaniards. Almost e.very ono ot them up for lost time. Amer-Ira- n Gerard, the I did not wait to henr any more, but denburg nnd after each death tho In the morning I hnd a regular ban- had a large family of children nnd a arnbassndor, vtnll Dulmen and when Into the barracks again, singing quet he find Drpow there, tills him he will senior men of that barracks would de rushed for breakfast eggs, collee, bread raft of pets. We sailed down through endeavor to ncure his release. tail twelve of their number to go out nnd whistling and yelling ns loud us I und u small glass of wine. Even now, Valencia, Almerln, Malaga, Cadiz und CHAITKlt XXII Within a ehnrt time for half an hour and dig the grave, could. The boys told mo my face wus nllhough I never pass up n meal, thut Lns I'almas In tho Cunnry Islands, llepew la transferred to anotlie.- camp at while others made little crosses, on very red and I guess what llttlo blood breakfast Is still easy to taste, and I When we left Las Pulmns we had a llrandenburi;. known to prisoner u 'The which they wrote or carved the man's I hud In my body had rushed to my sometimes wish I could enjoy unother regular menagerie aboard parrots, Hell Hole oi Germany. name, when he was captured, and his head, hecauso I could hurdly walk for meal ns much. But I guess I never canary birds, dogs, monkeys nnd vaCIIAITKR XXIII- - Ambassador Gerard rious beasts. The steerage of that leave Germany, wlih the breaking of regiment or ship. In the tnlddlo of n few minutes. shall have one that goes us good. diplomatic relation bv the United Htate Then tho men began to think I wus tho cross were always tho letters. After breukfast they took me out on boat was somo sight, believe me. lint the Hpanish nmbasrador visits II" crazy, and none of them believed I the steps of the hall and photographed We had boat drill all the way across, Construction of Cobblestone Masonry rimp at llrnn'lenburir and arranges for It. 1. 1. Itest In Teace. Ho finally roachc Iirpew' relcare. Wall. One time we wero ordered to report would really bo relensed, but that I me, after which 1 went to the railway of course, and from the way those HwllzerUnd, and Is free. Iturncliach, to the Herman doctors for n scrum was going to be sent to the mlocs, as station, with u young mob at my heels. Splgs rushed nbout I knew1 thnt If a Swltrerland CHAITKlt XXIV-- In It, nnd It reminded mo a bit of Germauy It submarine got us the only thing thnt veynnco It will assume a water-levget th first renl foixl he ha tailed trcntment of some kind to receive nn so ninny were. Hut I believed In month. After being showered with atInjection, In other words. There was I Just snt there on my bunk and be- wns so different Instead of bricks would be saved would be monkeys. Hut on top. At tho sumo tlmo It, should It sails again for America and tention no cholco about It this time, as we gan to dream of the food I would get and bayonet Jabs, the mob gave mo we did not even have u fulsc alarm ull not be so wet us to flow readily. arrives safely In New York. tho wuy over. Tho thickness of the lining needed wero simply herded together 'to the and what I would cat first, und so on. cigarettes nnd chocoluto und sandI dil not sleep that night Just wiches. They also handed mo ques-- 1 The ntlirr two srioku Ocruiun and hospital barracks. Now, I knew what I arrived in New York during the depends upon the severity of the cliun-- t liud btt'ii inlsslnt; for ut lenst three these things were llko and how brutal walked from barracks to barracks tlons enough to keep mo busy an- month of July, 1017 two yeurs and a mate, the care nnd skill used In predays nnd, I tlilnk, hud cMcnped hy UiIh the Oerman doctors wero In giving an til they chused mo uway, and then Bwerlng to this day if I could. half from tho time I decided to go paring the foundation, tho character I got on the trulu to Zurich, nnd nt abroad to the war zone to get some ex- ot the concrete und other factors. time. They wero not returned while Injection, so I wanted to be the very walked up und down In my own the rest of tho night. When I every stop on the way thero were raoro citement I got It, and no mistake. I wun nt IlrtiVtdenliiirK. first mnn and not hnve to witness tho Reservoirs Built of Cobblestones. got to tho ltusslan barracks aud told presents and more cameras and more New York harbor nnd the old statue of This was about 7 u. m. They drlllt"' other men getting theirs. Many small reservoirs havo been tho two doctors my news, they would questions. At St. Gallon they had Liberty looked mighty good to me, you So I pushed up to tho head of the un down to tho llttlo lake, whero the built In southern California to store cold wus much Kmiter, and kept uh line, with tho crew of II. M. S. Nomad, not believe mo nt all, although they cards ready for mo to write on, und can bet water pumped from wells over night So here I nm, und sometimes I have there until 5 p. in., without food or who had been captured In tho Jutland knew there had been some Important then they were going to send them to In Irrigation the following day. anybody I wished. The stuflon ut to pinch myself to be sure of It I cer- for use I'omontt vulley, which Includes At nbout oljjtit thut mornliiK battle, nnd by tho tltno wo got to the visitor nt tho camp. drink. Hut when I walked out of their door Zurich was packed with people, und I tainly enjoy tho food and warmth I In tho was tho very first man In line, In n French hospital they found Ftmtulnu valley laud comprising get here, and exeept for uu occasional nn area of and klcktMl him ull thu way to llut tho sentry throw mo bnck nnd I said, "Dobru vctshav," which mcuus began to tlilnk I was a star for sure. something llko 07 equaro miles, of "Good night 1" Then they must have conI have no trouble with Francis H. Keene, tho American there were several men ahead of me. tho lake where wo were. d Is Irrigated, which nbout Each of them bared bis chest nnd the believed me, for they called me back, sul general at Zurich, and his usslst- -' anybody. My wounds break open once Ihero wero In 1012 over GO of these All day lone wo Htood there, fulllnc all the men gave mo addresses of ant, wero there- to meet me. Wo In u while, und 1 inn often bothered doctors slashed them across tho breast und one hy one mid t;ettlni; kicked or beatreservoirs owned und operated by Indiwith u very thin knife, so you can see people to write to In cuso I bliould get wnlked a few blocks to his office, aud Inside, qu account of the gas I swal- vidual orchardlsts or by small groups en each time until we draped all the way tho cameras wero clicking lowed. They nay I cannot get hack up itgaln. Two or three died was very painful. When It nwuy- Helves that it In the They wero all talking nt once, nnd , nnJ tne chocolates and cigarettes pll- - Into the service. It Is tough to bo of orchnrdlsts my turn they slashed mo three I do not know the exact number. Hut camo-tono of tho doctors got very excited and iDg up Ulltu i felt llko Santu Claus on knocked out before our own boys get preparation of much of tho land for wo had enoUKh HtreiiKth, when ordered times In the shape of a triangle Just to citrus orchards on tho benches of back to tho Imrrucks, to kick 1'on one sldo of tho breast. And that wai got down on bis knees with his hands' December 21th. After n llttlo talk Into the scrap. Oils valley large quantities ot cobble-rtone- s you said, But I do not know. I am twenty-thre- e tnlne uhrnd of us all tho way. We nil there was to It no Injection, noth- In tho ulr. "Albert," ho to get "If of Wlth Mr. Keene, ho took mo to the ure removed nnd dumped Into luck out have tho year old, und probably have u stussehof hotel, whero my wounds did not i;ct atiythliiK to eat until seven ing on tho knife that I could see. rvlnes or piled up In long rectanguI ought to setNow, I do not know what the Ideu Germany not for my sake, but for' wcro dressed und believe me, they lot to live for yet. morning twenty-fou- r hours tho next lar wulls. Years ago somo ono conthis! ot us tle down nnd he quiet for a while, but ceived the Idea of making use of this without food und water, ten of which was. Kvcry man of us was dizzy foi thu sake promisewho are hero In ull uee0j t. mo you will tell SwIrs certainly treated me well. comfortable us I nm, I think I will The wero spent In tho suow without uuy the rest of thu day and could not do people wherever you go what they, iiven. ,iino j cumo out 0n the streets huvo to go lo sea again; I think of It lock to give stability to reservoir protection from the cold and wind. anything but lay around the barracks. tho doing to us hero. aro Tell them not to, tney followed me around, and they many times, and each time It Is harder vails, nnd out ot this conception has No wonder we kicked Fontaine for And hardly yny of us hied a drop, been developed a more or less distinct money, used to givo me money. But the money to stay ashore. bringing this imnUhment on us and en- though the gashes were deep. I do not send money, for we cuu't cat t)po of farm reservoir. This typo THIS UND. nnd not ment Just bread, bread, might Just ns well havo been leather two who had escaped dangering the consists In tho main of n wall of cobthink we had any blood In us to run, bread " he had vlmply strolled over to tho and thut Is thu truth of It. It was blestone masonry laid In cement mor-tAnd when I looked around ull the or lead I could not spend It. WhenFrench barracks and forgot to return. In which n smull umouiit ot llrao Is crying ever I wanted to buy unythlng tho Doing Well. Now, Uie food received was Just Just another Ocrmnu trick that no one men were bitting on their beds incorporated, a concrete floor und an und tearing their hair und saying, shopkeeper would make me u present But wus digging ut his field, which earth embankment could explain. bout enough to keep us alive. I around the exturned out u very rough piece of land. terior. Ono day u war correspondent named "bread, bread, bread," over und over of it. with true kultur, thu Huns hud 1 also visited the Hotel Huur uu Luc, A policeman, looking over the gate, figured out Ju.it how much It would Ilennctt, from a Chicago paper, came again. Then each tried to give mo From un engineering standpoint tho Mctake to keep u man on this side of to the camp and went through all the something, us If to Buy thut oven If the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harolddoing ,.U,.1U,m,wW!',!,.Mr tests of a reservoir may bo they did not gut nut, perhaps their but- Cormlck of Chicago, who are Uio starvation lino and guvo us that barracks. When lie came to our ' to be such features as elllcleucy, ":. . cap would get buck such tine work with tho lted Cross piieu: I ui, ruiut--r iiiwiiuiij, ... imi , I told him I wus an American ton or belt or i much and no more. So wo wero ulwuys durability, first cost, and mulntenanca. nnd are looking after the Belgian und W stones out up to the present." always hungrier thau you and asked for tho news. Instead of to civilization. FARM RESERVOIR I LJUJKJtt W fcM R V Albert I Depe wriurN I 1 rviiiL-inuvre- I con-cre- to ' d l1 p"r Tlis gan he-be- y, n V-- ot VII-H- two-hou- ent I Xt-T- XU-De- o 1 1 y e rred ' 1 I" t r- p CfUlTT-HlXXI-M- - 01 st I1 h u PK Jr. bo in-h- t. De-pe- Cr- oat RO sge- - bar-ruc- 1 , nu; hul lmr-rack- a one-thir- of In hon-f- a m- - - i o jthed is de her God-glve- u IG hell-hol- pr bui-pos- e, bar-ruc- "WSM"cnicrJ "! famished Ha Not Thw Been a Good Story? Another Coming! 1. t Pup Four th crnzsf ol Sun-parlo- January 2, loie. CLAGETT SPENCE WITH. THE CHURCHES Very few Dcreans "perked up their On,oa Ca.rck ears and took notlco". when Robert n, Sunday-scho,wlla eluec F. Spcnce quietly and unescorted, slipped out of town a few days ago, for a" l 9:45- - Preaching service Best Equipment and Service at Lowest Cost. but what a difference when he re- - al 11 aJn Wards for Men and for Women, turned this week, for like tho gal-- 1 A cordiaI Invitation Is extended Private Rooms, Baths, Electric Service. lant young Lochinvar, he came 10 a" visitors In our city as well boldly riding out of the west bring- - lo a" clu"M 10 unila w,Ul u ,D Eye, Nose and Ear Surgery, Care in Child-birtthese services. ing his captured bride with him. Rev- GENERAL PRACTICE The fair lady of his choice is the chr,slln Endeavor daughter of Dr. and Mrs. M. II. Cnr"t'a Lndeavor Sunday een-denl- s Clacetl, who formerly were rcsi-- 1 Come in and visit an establishment, which is a friend in llof Borca for a short time, but ,n& was ,cd b" - T-- M1Iler- - The need, and in reach of all the people. As now live in Fairfax, South Dakota. lw'),c was "Veace 00 Earth." ' wu a Christ-Hi- e The wedding which took place at l,,e lo,,ic "m'Hw. Robert H. Cowley, M. D., Physician bride's homo at ten o'clock last nm servic. and after a short Dudley, M. D., Physician morning, December 26. ,ln'SJ b' l,,e leader- - sovcral Harlan la!ks on ''What Does Mrs. Anna Powell Hackett, R. N., Superintendent was n verv mntn one nniv n fou.- - nf Pavu Mean to Me?" Mrs. Helen Stearn Sharpe, R. N., Assistant friends being ,;,"-'"the most intimate Present. First Baptist Church . Sunday-schornnvvtM!(ln? bn:AtMl "nnicdialoI-at 9:45 are supporting the government by ceremony, and in a, Preaching service at II a. m. membership in tlje Federal Reserve the happy couple were short time ,, Xnurjda cvening svortPd Iq tho train and the home- - at j.. System, the backbone of the nation's bankward trip begun. Tile B. Y. P. U. service at 6.15. ing organization. This enables us to do Mr Spcnce has n wide circle ot' NEWS OF BEREA AND VICINITY. GATHERED FROM A VVc excnd a hcar, wc,come t0 our share in assisting the government in , ., friends in tho west, and a goodly -- n , VARIETY OP SOURCES . Mw number in Herca, all of whom aro handling its financial problems, and to admirers of her sterling qualities u lpv Ush PasU)r extend to business and industry their proper and charming personality, and wish Berea Public School will open its her the utmost joy. measure of accommodation. j , - MpKrP nrin winter term Monday, January 6, As our county agent and an In- n-- ,,,, mm.. u,n, .tarii.n Scientific horse shoeing, fine iron 1919. structor n the ocational Depart- Mc Special sale of Hats at Laura ment of Berea College, Mr. Spcnce is lIoimcM ,asl wHk to Vr j work and repairs of all descriptions ,meman for Kc0( ngC(1 Shop, Jones'. at the College Blacksmith known to scores of people in tho ti, ii..r,.n it ivini.n Mr. and Mrs. George Dick cnlcr-Ofllc- e. town and surrounding country who Main Street, north of The Citizen lm(l heon siok wllh tvt ad. tained a number of their friends can truly say that the very best is Friday evening to a six o'clock none too good for him, and can two wJuks when Mler cmftU,x. ti(,nSi caminK of the dl"nc heartily congratulate him on this dpr rosullcd ,n ,)lslure on blld. We Sell hats and sell them right. dwUh f nu uncus, who 13 suiuuueu ui step in his successful career. Mrs. Laura Jones. mas evening. Mr. MrKee was an As they Like up their new lifo in 1.ni(,int .,.imnn .n, Mrs. A. V. Hamilton is recovering rensacoia, ria., was me guest oi n k m,,h from a sprained ankle, caused by a Miss Marie Bower, Monday and this now year 1n our midst, they n)1.SP(1 ,,y ,is f(IIow cmp,oyew(. and Tuesday have the best wishes of all for a fall. Hats from 75c. up on sale at Eva ong happy life together, and they b. a widc circle of frjcnds Dayton, 0, Miss Lou Linville of c lfave, falher molhfr sl5 .. is spending the holidays with her Waldcn's. She is getting ready to have nnlv In null . Inn .Inlrh.lplncr4 l(TS ami nrouiers, resiuent in .. ran. . .. . cnlargo her store room for a bigger , V, ereas . nospuamo aoors 10 una (f) cousins, Mr. and Mrs. II. J. Abney. ,,ts ,mllmey death. and better line of spring hats. ad. . arm anu nearly we.comc awau- Williard Todd, who is in the hosA ,iuc owr n monl ap0 ,,0 wa, Ralph Osborne, of the Aluminum pital with typhoid fever, is slowly '"b ulcm- united in marriage to Miss May Bel', Cooking Utensil Company, of Cincin' improving. of Herca, who has the heartfelt nati, spent New Year's with his parRibbon Sale Genuine Bargains sympathy of the community in be LOGAN McVEY ents in Jerea. at Fishs' In Jcllico. Tennessee, on the even- -' ln 80 S0(n tcrcft of her husband. New hats at Laura Jones' Store. Curge Brock and wife of Conway "ls funeral was conducted by the ing of December 25, the marriage velvet .pent a few days with their uncle All colors in velours, soft Wvr, N cremony of Miss Nancy Lcan and nev. Howard Hudson last Friday ooru and burial took place in a special. Come at once to get' Thomas McVey was solemnized. The f,,a" ihiVwnok 'our choice; prices ranging from, "rule is well known and loved in "ul,J ll,,,clK- as a formcr,sludcnl anl as a. 10 $40 in lno Desl Wea and! Mrs deto teacher of Home Science in tho, 50 new hats at 0. S. NEWS Tenn, (Conuanm rrom rtg cm) $1.50 now on sale at Laura Jones' vocational department. Mr. Mcvcy in Berea at the home of Mr. and Mrs is a business man of Stroud, Okla- -' Street, Phone 121, Berea, Ky. J. L. Baker homa. From that place the bride ?(,,!,mbor of Commerce, in submit, of a r0,lrt cf ,lls )nv"t'Ft' Miss Frances Sproule of Aurora, and groom made a visit to COLLEGE HOSPITAL NOTES y conn try. HI., spent the Christmas holidays re- -' h,us,,nc Doctors and nurses have been e.x ville, Tennessee. Mrs. .Mtf-es tha belief is general that the with Miss Myrtle Johnson at her aniining new students as they en turns to Berea to ilnisl. her home on Blue Lick. Unl! fb atcs ,s, Wach.ng a tered, hoping in this way to avoid work. Mr. McVey returns lo Okla-- 1 the greatest prosperity in Better hurry and get ono of those homa. All Berea friends wish for the early start of any epidemic dis o he Nation The hats at Eva Waldcn's. Slie Is havthem both a long and happy life of io hiitory a, , H t"al lhcrc ls e ing a sale and is surely selling them eases. LlJ01r and prosperity. Miss March 'Sanney, of the Acad that the wage of tho many ad. cheap, i cmy department, underwent a very will drop as a result of economic M;iss Norma Stoughton, a former serious operation on January I. Her GOLDEN WEDDING ANNIVERSARY, readjustment, but that incomes secretary of President Frost, was a condition is good at this writing. Herca visitor last week. The moments of last Sunday after- - which are oilt of proportion to.gcn-noo- n, Mrs. Nevett and baby son. of Big Miss Alice Ross has returned to December 29, were certainly pral conditions are likely to suffer. Hill pike, are in the hospital. the Tavern after spending tho golden ones, and will long be treas Christmas holidays at her home in ured hv Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hnvs J l"" statement in connection with BOONE TAVERN NOTES I'e wee Valley. as well as by some of their cloicst,""' honorary degree of doctor reC. II. Porter spent Christmas with Mioses Martha and Itebccca Mun-n- y, am! best friends who were privileg-- 1 wily granted President Wilson in hi family at the Tavern. Mr. and who have been ill at their home eil to share in the celebration or'.'ris. that this was tho first timo Kentucky Richmond on Chestnut street, are now able to Mrs. Mahon and daughter have come their llftieth wedding anniversary t1" doctor's degree had been ' to stay at the Tavern for some time, honorary degree, he out again. was held al their home on f,!r,',l as Among other guests of the past week incorrect. l,Pnrs Mrs. Nannie Branaman, who Iia3 street from three to live. ' Urst honorary doctor's degrco been visiting her daughter, Mrs. wore Mr. and Mrs. Howard WhitThruout tho entire tune, thero Jack Laswcll, al Brush Creek, re- aker. 0. W. Opperman. of Toledo, was an almost continuous stream warded under the provisions of the . . i ri Unn din i and I.iout. Robert Martin, of Corbin li. turned home Monday. li .1 of guesU, who were hospitably new law. was conferred on the Rev. greeted at the door bv Lieut. Charles S. MacFarland, Oencral Sec- - tff :.c&ottiV We have mado some decided reCHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR i Air. Dour. an 11.') HlfTr nrm?tlv Earl Hays and Mrs. Ellen Mitchell. retary and Commissioner In France ductions in ribbons and will sell 1,1. r f, Prof. A. N. May was leader of tho .ri . i.irot r passed on to the rc- -, of the Federal Council of the rr In They then them this week at money-saviChristian Endeavor last Sunday ception room r prices. Fishs' where congratula- evening, and in a helpful talk sug Mis Mario Bow it, who has had Sold by Porter-Moor- e gested ways to make this "A Happy tipns and neighborly greetings of! BOY HERO RETURNS HOME Drug Co. tho v"flu," is now able to bo among New Year." Thero was a largo at good friendship and best wishes her friends again. tendance, and quite a number took were extended to the happy couple, i llhi'rches nf Christ in America, at FOR SALE who seemed to bo experiencing again Lieut. Jack Wood, of Wildie, was pari, each expressing a desiro lo ' the Church of the Oratorio in Paris High grade, single comb Rhode all the thrills and Joys of that other the guest of Miss Hilda Welch for a mako tho coming year one hap of n June .'H)th by the Divinity Fac-- I Island Red cockerels. W. R. UunL day of congratulations just Mlyl few days. pincss anil usefulness. (Ad-2ult of Pans. year U. S. Wyatt left .Monday morning ago; then to the dining Phono 181-- 4. room where Mrs. R. If. Coylo nnd for Mississippi. KENTUCKY NEWS ficorgo Bowman, who is employed Mrs. C. fi. Baker .saw that each guest' (Continued rrom Pa One) A Parent's Best Gift for Jno. F. Dean J. W. Hndon in Virginia,- spent Christmas here llled in the county court in Louis was served at tho festal board which Son or Daughter with his parents, Mr. and. Mrs. J. C villc, was. graciously presjded over by Mrs.i DEALERS IN REAL ESTATE Is a courso of BOOKKF.F.PJNG, I.ou Hanson and Mrs. Hqrndon, as- -' Bowman. Berea, Kentucky SHORTHAND and TYPEWRITING at New lials at Laura Jones' for high sirtcd by the little maiiU, Elizabeth Three Madison county tho LEXINGTON BUSINESS UNN Come on to Bereal special Christmas sale. schools liad to closo.this week on ac Ogg and Bernico Baker. VKRSITY. the WihIIt Term I Wo have some It is nut ponnitted every couple' Lieut. II. Hudspeth, who has Kirks count of influenza casus. Al housands of young men and wo real bargains in town property and his discharge, is now emille, Mrs. I). II. S'Uirns, wife of Hie lo look hack en u Journey of fifty men attributo their succm t0 this'goiiio farms near town worth the ployed in Akron, 0. principal, Profossor Stams, is il! milestones of happy married life to old and influential institution, among money asked for thcin. Tin y will Kl. Isaacs, tho sou of Andrew anl ProfcMii-Slanw has to be with gether with all that such a prilgrim- i whom aro many of our successful never be cheaper! and aro getting Isanrs, is hero on a few days' fur- her, as it is impossible to obtain ago can bring, and Mr. and Mr- -. . citizens. Its graduates securo tho scarcer every day. Lots of people-highes-t lough. Midshipman Isaacs has been nurses. At Union City, Prof. Che te- - Hays aro corlaiiily to ho oongrnl salaried positions, Collcgo making money hero on milk sinco across and has had quite a thrilling A. .01 if,' is down with .the flu him ulated on such a blessing granted I , open. Special inducements to sol- i, "nj uie rreninery opeiieu. iiri,. nn time on tho water. them. self, and one of (lie teauhurs and the diers anil sailors. enmo and get in the gamer We havo Marion Bower, who is employed same cuiiditioi) prevails at Waco, The greuter part of thwo fifty For circulars and particulars, ad- what you want; if not, wo will und with Andrew Steel Work in New- where there, lire said to bo about 25 years have been spent in Herca dress port, Ky., came homo for ChristJJL for you. where suoros uf friends have ber 30 ensi'i. Superintendent WILBUR R. SMITH, See Dean at tiro Herca mux aim mas. come ntlaohed to thorn and tliei' guvo instructions Monda LEXINGTON, KY. Trust Co.; catch Horndon on tho fly. Millinery Clearance Sale now on at that these schools close until tuu largo family of children, nnd it is Respectfully, Fishs.' faculties can tako up their work I ho earnest wish of all who know F. L. MOORE'S W. D. Jones, of Lexington, was In again. . DEAN & HEIlNDON, llinm, that many more milestones Itorna, Monday. may yet bo passed together hand in In neal Eslato, Bcrea, Ky. Dealers Mr. and Mrs. I). It. Botkius cnlnr-tninu- d bund. Good L iatlon. a number of their friends After looking oti-- u vucmit tmuso and relatives to n six o'ulook din with Ills parents. Willie, ngotl kIx, FOR CARD OF THANKS heard tliem dlscushlng the rooms. All ner, Friday evening. roomu were Immense nml rnthur First Class Repairing Jako Hcrndon, Jr., has received Here, between two husky friends. U We dosiro to lender our sincere For MEN and WOMEN his discharge, from tho Army and dark, with tho exception of the din thanks to tho good citizens In and Elmer (Jeyer, probubly tho youngest AND Ing room, which wiih veiy Maul I and flnUli. 16 U 44 wh Anierlcun soldier who took Urn and Wm.n. Is now homo again. 1 tlKhth Krd nuturully lighter thiui thu otlurs. Wil- around Horca, and cspecillly to the In the lighting, returned to uctlvu part or lu wiulvnt. f wnUU. his native Fine Line of Jewelry Millinery Gifts for Christmas from rrh county, tor l.uln. ("nt"; lcln lie Mild; "Yes, I kih'kh the dining room Collcgo doctors and many nurses who rrunoOun ol un lo 126 inonlh. fhnicrt Thoro aro many Items In our wiih tho lightest because It wiih closest labored so earnestly and faithfully soil. He Is only fourteen years old, MAIN ST. Ki wlnc. NOT nvcoury. Wtrmu. M.ll bulls from East Pittsburgh, lo., and BEREA. KY thii: ' stock suitablo for Xmas gifts. FUks' to the windows." to comfort and roliovo our beloved wus attached to thu Three Hundred COUPON Robin Woodruff, of Louisville, DKAffillON B. NhIH,Tnn.. I8 sun and brother, John S. Lowis, who and Eighteenth Infantry. Ho was Gat the GenuinoipP'iZSni Send (iirtlcuUra ot Jfuur was the guest of Midshipman Axel Ra.e Visitor Recorded. as a dispatch runner und was lepartcd this lifo Dccomber 20, 1018. nd Avoid of snowy owU, a It was Clod's way, and Ho had called j '"'""'cd with un Important messuge The upneti-uncErnbcrg during Christmas week. t , Mr. and Mrs. Frank Roy returned rare occurrence. Is reported, Thcno re. ,m it uiner men nun attempted to (Nan) bcuutlful birds to their homo in Cloveland, 0., aflor markubly ri'Kluim. Only come from Accept our sTncero thanks for tho, hv 0prumil llfllJ Klm,," " the Arctic four Previous a few davs' visit hero with Mrs vUltallimi, tmvo ,WH. rw.onIl.(, , (he many kindnesses shown us. Ui but wai MVUr..i. mebsuue. I Roy's, mother, Mrs. N. E. Davis. .lvj I. N. Lewis and family, wounded. ornlt,0OKcul hUtory of the country. Berea College Hospital h, u i s srt ol Pm Supporting the Government ua LOCAL PAGE TI7E ' -- .,, --. Best Blacksmithing in ym r.,,.r a Berea National Bank ... ,, ... I , I The Prospects are Bright for A Happy New Year We anticipate a lively ; at:S:: KLhri r.h.r, t":r .LSl,rM r? mand for Women's Apparel in all lines, and have the goods ready for your Give Us a Call B. E. BELUE CO. con-whi- ch ..... uliijli I' I i 1 ng 7) (Iiady r I mmrnmmi 1 wmmm Ed-wa- r Jewelry Store $125 A MONTH f'-- r ih iCjPX.Pm "-- Jonuary 2, 1010.' THE CITIZEN RED CROSS HOME SERVICE GERMAN CROWN PRINCE WRITES COURSE TO HIS FATHER Tho new ccAirse of training for ,Tlie following was taken from a lied Cross Homo Service workers, newspaper published in France: "On the Hun, Somewhere in France; "Everywhere In France; "All llio Time." Pago Fivt AMERICAN FLAG IS FIRED UPON IRISH REPUBLIC Elliott Fisher Book-keepin- g Machine book-keepin- This machine writes your checks and deposits, adds deposit?, subtracts chscks, carries correct balances forward every day, and keep3 duplicate copy (or our customers. If you want your done this way open an account with the Berea Bank & Trust Co. The Citizen A family announced in last week's Citizen, begins next Wednesday. Dr, C. Ilex-fo- nl Raymond has been appointed Director and Prof. Everett Dix is the Supervisor of Field Work. The work of each week will include lectures on Wednesday at the vesper hour and Thursday at U:30 a. in., four hours of assigned reading, one meeting with tho Director for discussion of lectures and reading, and ten hours of Field Work with one meeting for conference with llio Supervisor of Field Work. Eight hours credit will be allowed fur l,hls work, and oilier studies to complete tho schedule will bo elected in the department in which tho student is enrolled. Tho class is limited to sixteen members, students will be admitted only when recommended by their department Dean and approved by the Director. Women must also be recommended by Dean Howcrsox. Chose who lluisli the course will bo given positions in charge of Homo Service in the mountain counties. Prof. It. 4. Colbert, of Cleveland, 0., assistant director of tho Lake Division of the American Red Cross will give the lectures next Wednesday and Thursday. EASTERN KENTUCKY NEWS ITEMS (Continued from IS PROCLAIMED Sinn Fciners to Form New Parliament, Says London INFLUENZA Newipapcr for all that It right true, and interettinf rry Thursday at lima, Kjr. fublUhnl BEREA PUBLISHING Clncrtoraia EJitor-Ja-Chi- CO. WM. C. FROST, Subscription Rates Sil Thn llantka Snd menn Um Yr Monlh PAYABLE IN ADVANCE I1.W , R5 &0 by l'ot-- n dau afur rwir nam on label ihowi to Kal data your ulcrtpllon it paid. If it la not ehangvil within Ihrr wrckiafur rmwal notify oa. allt.tnr numbrrt will t gladly auppllnl It wa art Mtlftad. on ent itampa. Th Ordtr. Draft. or Ewtni Monr Letter, or un and two- - who obtain mw rma Utral for as.(trm to anyMndlnc ua four yrarly Any on lubacriptiona can r ! The Cltlacn fr for AaTtrtitlne raua on application. f yar. THE SCAR BEARERS Hundreds of American soldier from Privates all llio way up tho lino 'o General Pershing will return from Franco decorated for conspicuous bravcrv. Some will wear tho Distinguished Service Medal, soiiio the Croix do Guerre. Some will !u awarded the Victoria Cross, Everyone of them will liavo dono soiiio, valorous deed of aggression or resi'.un. Hut there will ho somo thousand who came out of the light uioro or less disfigured who may wear no ribbonsThose are, the scar hearers.'llio wounded. Not one of them hut faced death in all the many guises that German ingenuity of the most devilish kind could contrive. Hut theirs was only the otdinary chance of war. Theirs the misfortune of hoing struck down ho fort: they had their chance. Some will not he permanently Hut thousands will lie. disabled. Ami everyone that is, everyone, that took his chance over there, must liavo us chance onco tnoro over 50-o- 'here. Undo Sam has worked out an elaborate plan of rehabilitation for those wounded heroes, u they need niedicnl attention after they return they will get it. If they need special truining to 111 them for such work only as their condition will permit I limn to do they will get that train necesing. Whatever assistance-i- s sary they will liavo. Ami Undo. Sam will hoar tho expunge, gladly, gratefully; for his obligation is one that can never ho ' adequately met. All of us must remember tins in connection with the next Liberty I .nan. Not all of the money will go for martial needs, for peace enforcements or for llio scores of other demands tho governmental plum will precipitate. Much of it will he devoted to making payment for tho services of those who did thoir best to pay tho price of world freedom. I'or them too much cannot bo done. Influenza has again broken out in Host. in nnd other cities notwithstanding strenuous efforts being made to prevent its recurrence In New York City there have been reported o tho Health Bureau an average of KM) to 1125 cases a day for the last three weeks, but it is claimed by New York authorities that thero Is nothing to be alarmed about, and that occasional cases are likely to occur during tho whole winter, but il is hoped that even these will disappear with tho coming of spring. In spile of such assurances tho fear that we may again bo visited with this plague is so prevalent that a recent meeting in Chicago of tho American Public Health Association attracted representatives from the whole United States, and also from Canada, for tho purpose of discussing possible means of checking tho disease. In ortler to prevent unnecessary danger in connection with tho bringing of troops from Europe, tho Mayor of New York City has communicated with tho Executive- - of tho various debarkation cities along the coast, asking that they have the War Department keep these men in camp for at least nine days after landing g them freedom to return home or to visit elsewhere. In this connection it Is reported that local health olllcials at our national capital are seriously considering the closing of all schools, churches, ami plucks of amusement in order to prevent a further spread of the epidemic which has again ap peared in rather alarming proportions there. It seems to be tho consensus of opinion .at Washington that thero is likely to bo another serious spread of the diseaso thru-o- ut the country unless cffeclivo measures aro taken at onco to pro-veit. The Surgeon General advise thai, at tho llrst sign of a general recurrence of tho epidemic, all public schools should ho closed, for the reason that children aro particularly susccptiblo to it. before-allowinnt Pisa Eight) MOVING PICTURE SHOW Tho last of a series of entertainments given by tho Victory Girls for tho purposo of making good their pledgo to tho United War Work Fund was held Friday nigbt in tho form of a moving picturo f show The picture. "Rebecca Sunny Hrook Farm," featured Mary Picljferd and was thoroly enjoyed by every one, the more because each knew ho was helping a good cause. KING CALLS ON WILSON S V Withes President Many Happy Returns of the Day on Sixty. Second Birthday. Rlnir flearira London. Dee. 30. culled nt President Wilson's apartment Saturday to bring 'dm ninny happy returns of the diiJV It was President Wilson's birthday his sixty-secon- Ben Bralchcr, who bas illness. been at Camp Taylor, has been dis charged and is" at homo. Wallaceton Wallaceton, Dec. 29 Wo arc having somo real winter weather at proscnL Farmers aro busy theso days getting their tobacco ready for the market which will open January I, 1011). 'Die "flu" has been ragMiss Clara ing in this vicinity. Howl in is seriously ill with pneu monia at tho Robinson Hospital The Gentry family are all up again. Taylor Botkin and family aro all well again; also Louis Botkin and family arc all better and able to bo out again. Mrs. Willio Wiley has the "flu." Claude Kidd is in to seo his parents. He has been in the Service end stationed at Camp Taylor. Claud is looking well and wo are glad to liavo him with us again. Denny Auglin has rented tho farm recently owned by Mr. Mullins and is going to move thero at once. Mr. Mullins is moving on G. W, Mitch-e- ls The Gentry heirs aro farm. moving lo C. C. Chrisman's property T. R. Brown or in Wallaceton. Frankfort has been visiting his father and mother in Wallaceton. Sherman Kidd of Dayton, 0., has beeiV visit hig his father and mother Clarence Wilson at this place. is visiting in Harlan County for a Mrs. Holoway received while. word that hor grandson will not bo discharged from tho VS. service before spring. Graden Peters is helping D. O. Botkin got his tobacco reatlv for the early market. T. R. Brown, while in- - Richmond on his way to Paint Lick, lost a colored boy he was rpiaing, by the name of Jim, and has been unable to locale him. Wishing tho many readers of Tho Citizeh a happy and prosperous New Year. Harmony Harmony, Dec. 30. Wo bavo all had rather a quite tho pleasant tilno thru Christmas. Tho flu epidemic in this place seems to bo subsiding. Prof. J. B. Hutchins had a salo last week and deposed of all his personal belongings at good prices, mid will move to Danville this week where ho has secured a good business position. Mrs. Mary E. Shaw lias, been very sick but is thought to he a diltlo better at this writing. Wo are hoping aiid praying for a speedy recovery, as sho ii one that has helped to mako tho world heller. Undo Jim Collett and J. C. Collett have been visiting relatives and friends thru Christmas at Dry llidgo in Grant County. II. Jv Shaw has bought a small farm from a Mr. Lamb and will niovo thero soon. Mis3 Mao Jones was visiting her uncle, John Jones, thru Chrislmas. Miss Mao Vanllook visited at llio homo of Mrs. W. M. C. Hutchins last week. Alex Robinson will niovo on Jack Wilson's placo this week James and Ed. Dickcrson worn shopping in Crab Orchard Saturday WORLD NEWS (Continued from ttgt Out) Dear Papa I am writing on dcr children slain IN FIGHTING run, as dcr brr.ve and glorious sol PERSONS DEAD IN 8TREET diers under my command have not BATTLES NUMBER lis. seen dcr Rhine for so long dat dey have started hack dat vay, and of course I am going mil dem. O pap, hun Attacking Force Severely De Upheaval Leavea dere has been some offel dings hapfeated Berlin Ebert In Control, After Haase, pened hero in France. First, I start- Barth and Dittman Step Down. d in my big offensive which wa to crush do fool Americans, but dcy Warsaw (By the Associated know so little about military ladies rress). A Polish ofllcinl report i. I dey will not bo crushed Just like concerning the riot In Posen on I vanl 'em. I sent my men in dcr the arrival of Ignacc Jan Padpr-ewsk- l, light in big waves, anil veil dcy got who is on his wuy here, lo de Americans dcy all- said "Boo" says tho trouble began when allied ns loud as dcy could holler. Veil, ac nnd American flags were hoisted over the City Hull. The Germans cording lo vat you have always told demanded that the lings be hnulcd me, do Americans have turned and down. The Poles refused to no run like blazes. But vat do you qtllcsce, whereupon the German link? Dem fool Americans don't brought up machine guns nnd beknow anything about war, and in gun tiring In the streets, driving stead, of running',de odder vay, dcy bnck the crowds nnd dispersing the Polish troops. Finally the came right toward us. Some of dem German olllelnls took down the vas singing about "vc von't cOmo lings. Meanwhile the Poles reasback till it's over, over dere," or sembled nnd begun to return the wme odder foolish song, nnd some German lire. The Hermans proof dem were hilling like fools. Dey voked another Incident by trying are so ignorant. But dcy arc offel to prevent Pnderuwskl from going reckless mil dere guns, and ven dey about the streets. The nrrlvnl of PaderewskI nnd British nnd Ameref'ine toward us it vas dat my men. ican oltlcers nas erented much took a notion dey wanted to go back here. The hope Is exto dc dear old Rhino. Vc don't like pressed Hint their nrrlvnl will de little dirty Marno river, anyhow stamp out liolshevlsm and prevent And oh, pap, dem Americans use anticipated trouble In Wnrsuw. such offel language. Dey know not-lin- g of kultur, and say such offel Western Newspaper Union News Service. Ixinilon. Firing by Germnn officers dings right before us. And dey talk blasphemy, too. Val you link dcy on nn nlllcd automobile carrying nn American flag wns the cnus of street said right in front of my face? One fighting In Posen, says a dispatch to hig husky Jrom a place dcy call the hxchange Telegraph from CopenMissouri, lie said oh, papa, I hate hagen. The Germans were defeatetl to tell you vat an offel ling he In the fighting. About 138 persons, said but I can't help it; ho said, Including' a number of women and 'To hejl mil der kaiscrl" Did you children, were killed during the riot ing, s ever hear anything so offel? I didn't The dispatch says: link anybody would say such an "There wns severe lighting between ofTcl ting. It made me so mad. I the Poles nnd Germans In Poseu, wouldn't stand and hear such an which resulted In 38 women and about nnd Polnnders olTel ting so I turned around and ruin 100 Germans being mil do odder hoys. Vas I right? Val? killed. The affray originated as n re suit of a German officer firing on nn And, oh, papa, you know dem breastallied automobile which was proceedplates vot you sent us can yoi. ing to Warsaw carrying the American send some to put on our backs. You Hag. The Germans Insulted the Hug, know ve are going de odder vay, and the Polish guard wns called out. now, and breastplates arc no good, The fighting lasted wvenil hours, and for the cowardly Americans are the Germans were tlefeated. A deleshooting us right in der back. Some gation from the llrltlsh mission to Posen protested to ,the German comof our boys took off der breastplates mander In the town. General and put 'cm behind, but dc fool but the Gentian oillcer deAmericans are playing "Do Star clared lie hutl uo control over the solSpangled Banner" mit machino diers." guns on dem breastplates. CanT Flames Sweep Buslnesa Area. you help us? You remember in your Bristol, Five lurge busispeech you said nothing could stand ness bouses, Including the Dominion before the bravo German soldiers? National Hank, were destroyed by lire Oh, papa, I don't believcdcso ignorwhich for a time threatened destrucant Americans ever read your tion of n large portion of the business speech, for doy run after us just district. The flames were checked only like ve vas a lot of rabbits. Vot you after the arrival of lire companies link of dot? Can't you send some of from Klugsport, Tenn., In response to from the mayor of Bristol. The your speeches right away? Dey a callwas loss estimated at $1,500,000. The don't know how terrible ve are. tire started In the y structure Can't you move my army back to on Stale street occupied by the Belgium vero vo von all our glory? Company. As My men can vip all the vimmcn and the llremen arrived there were a scries children vot dem Belgians can bring of explosions of dynamite and shells nearby structures us. But deso Americans aro 8o In the building, and Hying set tire by embers. So rough and ignorant. We can't make wtjre was reported there wns no loss far ns 'em understand dat vc are the great- of life. est soldiers on earth, and ven ve try lo sing "Deulchland Uber Alles" dey Indorses Plan For Fighting Famine. London. The Express understands Irfugh like a lot of monkeys. But vo aro getting de best of do Americans. that President Wilson, who has been giving considerable personal attention Ve can outrun dem. Papa, if vo aro during his visit to Kurope to the quesnot de best lighters on earth vc suro tion of lighting famine In the Central Nobody' can Kmplres, has Indorsed und submitted aro do best runners. keep up mit us when we link of der lo the allies u dellnltu plan for relief deer old Rhine, and my army novor formulated by his advisers. Including did tink so much of dot dear old Herbert Hoover. It Is felt that the need of some action Is Imperative. river. Let me know right away vot President Wilson favors the Immeddo by return post olllce. lo iate appointment of a director general July 20 times. of relief for F.uropo, supplementing the CIIOWN PRINCK WILLIE. work of the Interallied Food Council. Sclilm-melfenlive-stor- Express. WILL MOVE FROM DUBLIN If Qovernment Orders Dltbandment of Parliament It Will Establish Itself Elsewhere Berlin Rebels Surrender. Posters will everypnrlsh In Ireland today announcing that the Irish republic has come Into being, says the Express. The newspaper adds that the Sinn Fclners, In the recent election, swept Lelustcr, Minister nnd Connnught. Seventy members of parliament were elected by the party, but they Will not tnke their seats. It Is stated by the Kxprcss that a centrnl Sinn Fein council will be established lu London, Dec. 80. In ap-pc- Dublin almost Immediately nnd will call Itself the Irish parliament. If the government orders Its dlsbnndmcnt. It Is stated, It will establish Itself elsewhere, nnd If necessary move from place to plnce. German Rebels Surrender. llerllu, Dec. 30. Government troops renewed the bombardment of the roynl pnlace this morning, killing several of the mutinous sailors Intrenched there. The defenders finally surrendered. Field Marshal von Illndenburg, with an army of loyal troops, Is reported to be marching on Berlin to restore order. The bolsheviks still control the former socialist newspnper Vorwnerts. ASKS WILSON TO AID LEAGUE Former Foreign Bryce Make Plea to Secretary and Vlt-cou- President. President Wilson, embassy today, received a, delegation from the League of Nation union. It was headed by Viscount Grey, former srcretitryfor foreign affairs, and it Included the archbishop of Canterbury aud Viscount Bryce, former BritMi ambassador to the United SO. Loudon, Dee. ut the American States. The president, lu addressing delegation, said: the "Gentlemen, I am very much complimented that you should come In person to present this address nnd I have been delighted and stlm'nlated to find the growing and prevailing Interest in the subject of the league of nations not only a growing Interest, merely, but a growing purpose which I am sure will prevail, and It Is delightful that members of the government which brought this nation Into the war because of the moral obligations based upon a treaty should be among those who have brought me this paper, because on the other side of the water we have greatly admired the motives and subscribed to the principles which actuated Hiq government of Great Britain In obeying that moral dictate." EBERT RULE IS OVERTHROWN? New Cabinet, Predicted Including Llebknecht and Ledebour, Wall Be Formed Motkenshur of Berlin. LEVIATHAN BRINGS 8,500 YANKS BACK HOME The Hague, Dec. 30. The Ubert government has virtually been overthrown, according to n dispatch from Berlin received here. The dispatch says Philip Scheldemann, Socialist member of the government, has lied from the city. It Is predicted that n new cabinet will be formed, Including Karl Llebknecht and George Ledebour, nnd that the central soviet wlir bo summoned. London, Dec. 30. Brutus Molken-shusupporter of Kurl Llebknecht, has been made commandant of Berlin, according to a dispatch froWi that city to the Daily Mall. r, PRINCESS "PAT" TO WED HERO King George Announces the Engagement of Niece to Commander Ramsay. London, Dee. 30. King George announced his consent to the betrothal t, of his niece. Princess Patricia of daughter of the former gover nor general of Canada, and Commander Hamsay, brother of the Kurl of Itnmsuy won the d Dalhousle. service order for bruvery In dltlu-gulshe- y the Dardanelles. "Princess Pat," commander In chief of the famous Canadian regiment bearing her name, has been reported betrothed several times; but each report wus de hou-orur- SMART PEOPLE BUY DRY GOODS FROM AND NOTIONS nled. POLES AND "REDS" IN FIG Outcome of Battle In Dombrov trlct Not Known Dolhevlkl arm Militia In Aihov. London, Dec. 30. A battle bolshevlkl and Polish force Dombrovu district was rep wireless dispatch front Mo outcome was not known. T also stated that bolshev mil armed government Ashov dUtrlcL OWEN McKEE THERE IS A REASON RICHMOND KENTUCKY and his speech is significant in viow of his referenco lo tho prinoiplo of balanco of power us a regulator of European affairs and a guarantoo of peace. It is not in harmony with llio ideal set forth by President WiU-The Lovtuthun being towed to her dock by tugs, otter ber first voyage son of a leuguo of nations tnadd since tho signing of the armistice. The Leviathan brought back 8.600 soldiers, necessary by tho danger of getting sailors aud civilians, most prominent among them being Lord Dedes and out of balanco .when that prinoiplo MaJ. Qeu. George A. 11a met t, chief of the United States marines, and wife. Is relied on for, peace. . Pago Six TUB CtTIZKN January 1, 1019. MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Robert K. Spcnce, Farm Demonstrator and Special Investigator DEVELOPS NEW HYBRID HOW HOG CHOLERA IS CON- COWPEAS TROLLED Through work of tlio Bureau of; In its work with Animal Industry of Iho Uniled Stale-j- , (.0Wp(,nSi which involves several Department of Agriculture 0,500,000 ,n,roj" ,y brhls nnd selections, the nogs wcro vncciuaicu ngniusi uuui-u- ra tinted Slates Department of in the last year, anil nvorngu during the past year has deherds veloped several new sorts which losses in cholera-infccl, planl-hrccding Agrl-rulturo ed ra SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING 1st Door Training that adds to your general education. FOR T0UNQ MEN Agriculture, Carpentry, Bricklaying, Printing, Commerce and Telegraphy. FOR T0UNQ LADIES Homo Science, Dressmaking, Cooking, HOME DEPARTMENT Conducted by'Miss Margaret Dlzney, Director of Home Science SUGGESTIONS FOR, SELECTION OF this latter suggestion by purchasing a garment Hrat can servo two pulCLOTHING This Is a good timo of lho year to pites. Good material plus a paper give our wardrobes a good Inspec- pattern und the ability to sow makes tion nnd seo what articles of cloth- in ssihle the widest and must clllcl- -i iit utilization of all types of clothing wo need now nnd what wo might r" get at tho sales for ing. The following suggestions in nexr year. remodelling will bo found helpful Ily following tho suggestions by the homo sower: Garmonts written by Miss Olbbs, it Is Woman's long coal (aflor alterpossible (o gel many things now nnd ise many old things that will savo ation) short coat, child' coal, skirl, "Mid-Wintebo-lo- w, YOUNG nioncy-rarnin- PEOPLE Berea's Vocational Schools g power, combined with Tonl,, wcro reduced to less than 13 iter ocnl by Iho use of antihog-cholcserum. An increaso of 108 counties control is working for considered notable, there being 107 counties in the country now engaged In this work, besides 17 States in which activities of this character aro conducted. Representatives of tho Federal do parlment visited 15,560 farms for the purpose or waning invcswg.Hiuus, diagnos'ng disease, and giving advieo regarding eoniroi aim uruuu.tui'u. Kurlhorniorc, 2,050 meetings wcro attended by lOO.lOO farmers who were interested in tho control and .. I., ,l -. m u- ' comnaung oir I . r . .1.1 rnM.. .... t i " 'i n ' r hog-chole- ra give such promise Hint they aro now being grown in quantity for distribution. These varieties are I'olomae, Arlington, Columbia, While Hybrid, anil Karly Huh". Extensive ilel.l work is hoing conducted by the department with hybrids, especially m tho wilt and nematode lands of the Southern Slates. Two hybrid selections, unnamed as yet, havo ,1(pn fmm), ighy rcSslaill to i,ot, ll(.inntodes nnd wilt and are superior (, olhpp 9()rls f()p lho pro(ll,ctjOI, 0f seed and forage. These two selec lions are being grown In quantity for more extensive field tests next year, HINTS ON SELECTING LAYERS Pullets With Alert Eyes and Comb, Face and Wattles of Fine Texture Are Best. Nursing, Stenography and Typewriting. 2nd Door Berea's Foundation School General Education for those not far advanced, combined with some vocational training. No matter what your present advancement, we can put you with others like yourself and give chance for most rapid improvement 3rd Door Berea's English Academy Course For thoso who are not expecting to teach and who are not going thru Collego and desiro moro general education. It also gives lho best general education for thoso who wish a good start In study and expect to carry it on by themselves. 4th Door Berea's Normal School texture, has taken tho first step Berea College toward Increased egg production. Good 6th Door This is tho crown of the whole Institution, and provides standard pullets should stand square on their feet, with legs wide opart, with the courses in all advanced subjects. front end of the body slightly higher A Temporary Raise in Board is forced by war conditions. For than the posterior end, and with n long years the board has remained the same in Berea, but the back nnd tall carried rather high. The twenty-fiv- e body should be wedge-shapyielding unusual situation in which the wholo country finds itself now makes PLANTING CORN THAT WILL ampla room for the reproduction and it impossible for us to live on the sumo money as wo have in the pat GROW digestive organs. This add3 515.00 to tho former expenses of tho girls nnd f2I.C0 to Connecticut's experience last seatho expenses of tho boys, for tho year, but still leaves tho cost half that son shows, tho value of testing seed CINCINNATI MARKETS. at other schools and "cheaper than staying ai home." Hay and Grain. corn. Corn shows in that Stato in ar PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental fee and room rent Corn No. 2 white $1.520 1.3.1, No. 3 1017 woro unique in that a germination test was made of each white $1.5091.52, No. 2 yellow, $1,309 by the term, board by the half term. Installments are as follows: I. .17, No. 3 yellow ?1.54$f Lfi,, No. entry. Tlieso tests saved tho Stato nixed $l.C2!g 1.5.1, No. 3 mixed .$l.SO 2 WINTER TERM disclosing that $1 32. white cur $1.4091.50, yellow thousands of dollars, Expenses for Boys much of tho 1917 crop was very low ear $1.4091.51, mixed car $1.4091.49. VOCATIONAL AND ACADEMY in germinating qualities. A cam- ed Sound Hay Timothy, per ton, rang. FOUNDATION SCHOOLS AND NOKMAL l'ol.l.r.IK from $20.5092t.50. Sound clover paign was inaugurated for the test- mixed $25927.50 and sound clover Incidental Fee 0.00 I 7.00 i 5.00 ing of all corn to ho used for the $'J2.5095. Room 7.00 7.00 7.00 1918 crop. Tho work in many places Oats No. 2 white 72H073. stan- - Board, 6 weeks 1350 1350 1350 was taken up through tho schools, aarii winte .L'yp72H, No. 3 white 71 '4 2050 Amount duo Jan. 1, 1910 2750 2550 972. No. 2 and teachers and pupils woro taught ed 7071c. mixed 71972c, No. 3 mixBoard, 6 weeks, due Feb. 5... 1350 1350 1350 to make tests. No excuse was left Butter, Eggs and Poultry. for any farmer to plant immature 41.00 40.00 Total for Term '39.00 Hutter Whole milk creamery excorn. In one county 700 samples tras 71c, centralized creamery extras Expenses for Girls $ 5.00 9 7.00 showed only 30 percent germinating fiOHc firsts COM. Incidental Fee 6.00 Kggs Prime firsts 00c, firsts 50c, Room power, and in another county only 7.00 7.00 7.00 ordinary firsts 55c. 12.00 Board, 6 weeks 10 per cent of tho corn tested was 12.00 12.00 Live Poultry Springers under I MjOO Amount due Jan. I, 1919 25.00 21.00 ill for planting. Tho farm bureaus lbs, 21e; fowls, 5 lbs and over. 27c; 12X10 12.00 by carrying on so do 314 lbs. nnd over, 24c; roosters, 18c Board, 6 weeks, due Feb. 5... 12.00 saved tho day Live Stock. vigorous a campaign that all corn Cattle Shippers $12910.30, butcher 30.00 Total for Term 37.00 30.00 lit for planting was mado available steers for homo use or sale. In addition to choice extra, $13.23914.30, good to $11913.25, common to fair ' This does not include the dollar deposit nor money for books or supplying tho Slates' need for good $0.50910.30, heifers, extra $10,309 seed corn, the farm bureaus wero 12.30, good to choice $9910.25, com- laundry. mon to able to get together six carloads or $9910.50. fair $0.3098.30, cows, extra Special Expenses in Addition to Incidental Fee Bniintis tested seed com for shipment to Fall c, H'itilrr Calves Extra ?t71750. fair to S?ric North Dakota and Wisconsin, where good $14917, common and large $09 Stenography and Typewriting ..... $14.00 110.00 tl2.00 also tho situation was serious. This 13.00. Bookkeeping (brief course) 11.00 10.00 12.00 Hogs Selected heavy shippers Bookkeeping (regular course) corn brought the farmers of Con 0.00 6.00 7.00 good choice $17.40, packers and Business course for students necticut 515,000. butchers $17.40, stags $10912, comin other departments: mon to choice heavy fat sows $11 9.00 1050 , 750 914.50, light shippers $14.30915, pigs Stenography ONE STEP MEETS TWO NEEDS Typewriting, with ono hour's Fields in Hamilton County, Ohio, (110 lbs and less) $10914. 6.00 5.00 7.00 uso of instrument that wcro acid in soil and broken by Com. Law., Com. Geog, Com. stono outcroppings havo been made A STRING GF FREIGHT CARS 1.80 150 Arith, or Penmanship, each.. 2.10 650 MILES LONG more productive and easier to plow by the ono step of crushing tho Just think of a single gigantic train In no ease will special Business Fees exceed 815.00 por term. stono and spreading it over the of freight cars, extending from Portground. The stone is limestone with All students do some work with their hands from six to six land, Mc through Boston, ulong tho a high percentage of calcium. This Shore line to New Vork, ncross Hell teen hours & week as Janitors or in the farm, carpenter shop, printmethod of solving the liming prob- (ate bridge und through the Pennsyl- ing office, laundry, boarding hall, office, etc., and receive pay which lem was developed by the county vania tunnels, south past Philadelphia reduces their expenses. agent. Some men bought stono and across the great bridge of Susque-liunni- i, young man or young woman can get an education Any nnd on through Ilnltlmore to at Berea if there is the will to do so. crushers and entered the business of Washington n single truln of freight grinding limestone. If it is impossible for any young man or young woman to ho Of tho 5,000 tons of linio applied cars, with every foot of track space occupied. n school tho full year, by all means they t.inuld enter for a course dur in Hamilton County on the county Or think of the train us extending agent's recommendation 2,500 tons from Chicago east, on uny of the uialn ing the winter nnd spring terms. woro ground on lho 50. farms whero trunk lines, and extending us far as The public schools will close about Christinas and tho teachers tho stono was found. Buffalo and the Falls, or etist of Pittsand advanced pupils should not he idle through tho long winter burgh past the famous Horseshoe months hut should he studying in Berea where the best education can meeting curve, to Johnstown, Pa. When you be gotten for least money. At tho annual you will have some faint of this of tho Kentucky Press Association, think Idea of what wartime car saving Applicants must bring or send a testimonial showing that they an 3, hold in Louisvillo December means, when expressed hi terms of retho work of tho U. S. Hoys Work- sults accomplished by a single. Indus- 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 reliabli ing llcservo was outlined by Geargo try. K. Stephens, Kxecutlvo Stato DirectBefore the great war America was teacher or neighbor. The use of tobacco is strictly forbidden. For information or friendly advice write to the Secretary, or of tho Reserve. At tho closo of prodigal of her freight space us of She used freight his remarks tho editors gavo their everything else. some places, MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Ky. hearty endorsement of tho move- cars lavishly, nnd In units heenmu on us home linos, carload ment. Tho statement of Herbert small ns twelve or fifteen tons. With Hoover, who is now making a food this small unit of carloailliig, dealer's inent. This number of saved. survoy of Europo, that America storages ull over the country were Customers had to order enrly, go trips were up orders for car trips was set free for other uses, must feed the world was stressed. built to accommodate n minimum that dealers could make transportation of munitions of war, So It happened that there was n full carload, with the understanding for Tho shortage of farm labor was discarrying of wheat nnd other much waste year ufter year, because thnt some of the customers would haul for the missed. Military and civil authorigreut granary of the the freight loading nulls were on the directly from the car. und thus help foods from the the seaboard states, ties woro quoted to show that many middle West to basis of track capacity nnd euglno pow- relieve congestion In the dealer's stord thu men entering tho army from lho er of 1870, age. Dealers had to receive cars us for the transport of coal to Instead of 191 S. cities of tho North. farms will not return to tho fanm could bo sent from tho The fertilizer Industry In endeavor- soon ns they What wus done l?i the fertilizer Into stay. To fill tho gap the boys ing to factory. Instead of waiting, as they with the government, dustry lost year must bo done again from tho oities and towns and those last year undertook to ship only In full sometimes have done In tho past, until yenr. Other Industries must ulso living on tho farms must become cur loads, or us nearly full carloads us Just before planting season. Manufac- this I.lme, feed, follow the sumo plan. conditions of tho trndo permitted. turers had to support this In ull ways fertilizers, nil sorts of materials must larger- farm producers. Tho Farm the amount ot possible, but mulnly by giving preferCraft Lessons to ho taught in the This entailed n tremendous be shipped In full curlouds. The way work, us docs anything which goes ence to those dealers who actually did to accomplish this Is for consumers to schools wero referred to. In full carloads. against long established custom und order early und foresee Ihwlr needs; und foreseeing The results of this Industrial practice. The manufacturers had to needs to place their orders enrly IT fertilizer users the country over "sell" the Idea to their salesmen; the ratlon have been wonderful. The their that there will ho time enough for so will order early, through accustomed salesmen had to pnRS It on to their previous year tho averugo carload of full carloads to be made up. Immedichannels, and agree to take the goods dealers and agents; und the dealer fertilizer had been about 20 tons only shipment, as early us possible, from the car on arrival, much may be and agents had to convince their cus- half of the car occupied. Last year ate also be the rule eo thnt neither averugo was raised to over 80 must done to help Insure a sufficient supply tomersthe fertilizer cousumers tho this (he manufacturer's storage, nor tho for next spring's business. Karly or- country over that It was necessary Ions per acre, with the net result that dealer's storage muy become over- 57iQPO c&r In the move- - the equivalent oijnorji. than. dering, however, means NOW. for them to (fixed. One hog-cholee, 50-eable-bodied mid-winter 27-2cur-loafrost-boun- dcr tho direction of the lcdcral specialists. In order that only lho best serum may bo used in nctual Held work, rigid inspection of all scrum is necessary. During the last 12 months, of tho 271,102.530 cubic centimeters of scrum produc ed in licensed establishment, 2,183, fltil cubic centimeters wcro distroy ed as unlit for use. Similar Inspcc ra virus was also tion of use conducted for simultaneous with the scrum. This gives the best training for thoso who expect to teach. Courses are so arranged that young people can teach through the summer and fall and attend sshool through the winter and spring, thus earning money to keep right on in their courses of study. Read Dinsmoro's great book, "How to Teach a District School," art than the selection of other farm Judging poultry Is said to be a finer 5th Door This is the Berea's Preparatory Academy Course straight road to animals, but the man or woman who picks pullets with a fine head, alert eyes and comb, face and wattles of College best training in Mathematics, Science, Languages, History and all preparatory subjects. The Academy is now Berea's largest department. Man's trousers (nfler alteration; boy's trousers. Man's long coat (after alteration skirt wilh yoke, girl's coat, child's suit. Woman's dress, (remodeled by combining with other materials Jumper dross with white guimps, girl's dress. While or silk waist (after alteration) slip lo wear under vollo or crepe waist. .nvnnlly. garments chooso In ready-inad- o Wool nkirt. (ripped nnd recul lit u'ervntive styles, Hint they may prevailing style, contrasting materbe worn ns long as the material ials used Ut lengthen or widen, for pockels, belt, clc): Middy, wold, lasts. Chooso gnrmcnls appropriate to romper, poltlcoal or aprons. mo ;inil suited to the individual. UNDKIIWKAH (knitted or woolon : Slnudard materials aro economAdult's garment, (after alteration1 ical, as wool, sorgo, broadcloth, recul for child, seams overcast or twilled llnnnel,, crepe do chine, tint fell. gingham, dimity, percale, elc. Adult's combination, (after alterWhen one lias time and the Abil- ation) child's sleepers or combinaity, it Is economy to make "onc'ii tion. clothe or a part of them. UNDKRWKAH (muslin): In li'ivlng ready-lo-wcunderNight gown, (after alteration) garments it is always economy to child's gown, child's petticoat.) give preference: lo simplicity in child's prlnress petticoat, drawers, "lyle nnd llnlsh. heonuso it saves in- chemipe. itial cnl nnd laundering. Woman's whilo skirt, (afler alBuy after the rush season. Estiteration) child's skirt, deep embroimate ipmnlily of material required dered ruffle, ohild's dress or skirt. iiefure buvinu. Select a garment Woman's drawers, (cut down that will serv two purposes, if pos- chemise, sum's shirt, child's drawsible ers, blouse for boy, apron with bib. Tho woman who has the knack of shirtwaist for girl, morning waist remodeling and who is clever with for women, sport, shirt (short alcoves her needle can make wise uso of and collarlcss.) ar us mnny dollars in tho end. "Invoice tho wardroho carefully before planning to buy, and know what Is really needed. In replacing tlieso articles, ohoose innterinis ami garments which win harmonize with tho rest of thn wardrobe. It is economy to limit the number and variety of colors worn. It is economy lo buy fowcr gar ments at a timo nnd buy tho b&st mnleri'ils ono can afford. Ono garment of good material will outlast Iwo cheaper ones. An exception: It may he economy to buy cheapor nmlerial fur garments worn only dress. Woman's suil ( after alteration ) o misses' suit, dress, dress for girl, suit for boy. Man's suit (after alteration) hoy's co one-plcc, I suit. BLACKHEAD IS BAD DISEASE j POULTRY AND EGGS SUPPLY Badly Needed to Help Feed h WorU Nothing EUe CoU So Uttle ta Ralto on Farm. Cases Are Infrequent Where Birds Are Permitted to Forage for Moit of Their Feed. Of tho Infectious diseases of turkeys, according to Andrew S. Wclant, of the Inn u of anlmul Industry, department of agriculture, bluckhend Is the most destructive. It Is notable thnt whenever the climate uud range conditions are such as to penult of the turkeys foraging for most of their feed from the time they are hatched until they tire marketed, cases of blackhead nrc Infrequent. Blackhead occasionally affects grown turkeys, but It mostly occurs among young turkeys between the ages of sis weeks and No positive euro for four months. blackhead has been found. As In the case of ull other Infectious diseases, the sick bird should Immediately bo removed from the flock to prevent a further spread of the disease, and if very sick. It Is best to kill It nnd burn the body. (Ilr 1. O. HOLDItN.) The high price of fcd and the hlfth price of poultry have combined Ib causing fanners to CTeatly reduce their flocks, and ns a result we are facing ii serious shortnee In poultry and eggs nt u time when tbey are badly needed to help feed the world. We must not forget that while fcd Is high und while H)ultry brings good prices, nothing else costs so llttlo to raise on u farm as chickens, and thnt eggs are bringing such high price we ooinot iitTord to hhut off the source of yielr Mipply. Uirge flocks of Hultry lire needed on every farm, und every furmer should keep bis young pallets, which will mmiii be his best layers. Get rtd of the roosters. Avoid wasteful methods In handling poGltry tad la marketing eggs. Secretary Baker Urges Letters With "Home-tench " For the Boys Wn DOADTMINT lr dear Mr. Fosdloki Tha eyas of th world ar upon our soldiers cvers4as today not core for That they have done than for what tbey ara cow oalled upon to do. Bsfore them lie the tasks of helping to rehabilitate the devested lands of Kruno and Belglua and of making mra that the vlotory lzt whiob they hayo so gloriously bared (hall bo a permanent ona. This naans that m nay not expo at soon to have thoa all with ns horo and to eraet then faoa to faoe, Tha postponoaent of thslr hooeecalng will ba of ton uppornost ai well In tholr mind a as In ours. Thay will yst meet and mat ovorooiao nsany difficulties without either the Incentive or tha exoltoront lent U the past by tho aotlvltles of war, Thay need oar help sad now perhaps core than at any othor time alnoe they loft honu In order that thoy nay ba Inspired and atronjthened to maintain that flnonesa of oharaotor, manner and conduct whloa has earned for thorn auah universal respeot. I bellova that among all the lnflunoea whlob any ba fooused upon this objaot, tha atrongest and moat la that whlob vsonatos from hood letters, and I therefore arga the mothers, fathers, wives and alsters of our aoldlars orer-oe- as to express themselvea earnestly In their let to re aa tholr ahara In seeing that the high standarda whloh iaerioa reorwaenta both bar and abroad ahall ba constantly upheld. far-roaoh- Cordially youra, Row ton S. Dakar Saoratary of lift Raymond B. far. fotdlok. Camp Chairman, Cosalaaloa oa Training Aotlvlttoa J4. Look at Those "Six Door" on Thi Page! January mrieviB 2, f 010. TllE CITIZKM TEMPERANCE NOTES THE TRAGEDY OF THE THE aOSPEL IN CUBA On ono occasion Wellington Pago Bovaa resulted in a reeling or resentment. young peoplo with a membership of was Hence, In our wars with tho me- 1,025. Tho collections taken during In theso organasked by nu army chaplain if it tropolis wo wero also conscious that the year 1917-19Tho unsuccessful campaign of Ilia would pay to preach tho Gospel to wo wero lighting against llio might) ized societies was ?9,G3.C3. Professor LoVant Dodgo wets to provont prohibition in Ohio The Baptists of Eastern Cuba, liko tho Indians, to which tho great sol- power or Rome. cost Micm $359,204.37. t II. Our Part in the War dier answered: "Which is your Naturally, religion, or better in- every other denomination In thb' The stitutionalized religion, became u Island, aro generously contributing Lcaguo of Mary command, to go forward?" Tho Last week's article attempted some answer was: "Go yo into all tho faith for women alone, and I must toward foreign missions, and. aro land has published an account of & comparison of tho war which has world and preach tho Gospel unto say that our real devout women striving toward D. O.. fVr RKV, l. II. KITZWATEIt. It Is f Kngllih IIIIU In lh Uoodf crimes committed in Maryland dur shaken the world for the past four every creature." "Then," said Well- were those who because or their ad- nlso to their crCdlf tho founding ol IllMt lnitltutc of Chlrago.) ing ouo month as tho diroct causo of years with oilier contests. Wo Mil, (Copjrlsht, Wnitern Nwipnpr liquor. ington, "carry out your orders; to vanced years had very littlo to ex- 13 schools in 13 or our largest towns Union.) that in this one, most of all, obey is your only duty." t pect from this world and much lo which last year had a total enrollhave ment of 1,190 students with an avcr-ag- o There are now only 105 inmates of momentous world interests now Good many years ago the churches hope from the next. LESSON FOR JANUARY 12 attendanco 0r 909. Besides, tlioy a trembled in the balance. Wo reeling or Indifference for or America heard tho voico of the This llio North uaKom penitentiary, rela-Urate, of 12 to tho hundred thousand seek some realization of llio Master1 "Go yo;" and in obedienco anything which savoured of church have a boarding school nt El Crislo, MOSES THE DELIVERER OF ISsacrifices of tho United States of population. II is said that tho td the great commission they began or priest leld to very sad results. A a beautiful villago Just a fow miles' RAEL. und other, nations. Tills next legislature will probably dislo foreign large number of our people lived rrom the city or Santiago. past twenty months the lo send out missionaries TKXT-Kiomantle the penitentiary as unneces- .. ForI tho faithfully and with such unaware of a llnal judgment and or school has trained many native I.K8RON In lauds. So u nas uw, 11... Inn,lftl u. .uu...B I i n ... a ,,aiH,ion liavu UOI.DKN TBXT And Mono vfrllr was sary npd provide for other, disposispraad Hie "gla. a future life; therefore, it was fool- teachers and sent out somo 35 nativo fllliful In all hli holm, lltbrewi l.i. tion of the prisoners. the de- - ish not to enjoy lifo wlillo wo lived. missionaries to preach the Gospel " 1: ADDITIONAL MATKHIAI.-lClod- Ui we 7:17-:Acta splsed and the ignorant in every I need not dwell upon tho harvest to their brothers in that section or distilleries we have borne, it seems well at tho dark valley and hillside of the earth, reaped from this mental attitude. tho country, Nineteen Kentucky While tho opprt'KKlnn of God's people auction in ono outset lo make the general state- thai a beautiful monument has been In short, the Gospel is doing I must not give the impression, was hcnillng up. In tli(- - providence of wero sold nt public ment, that our sacrillces havo been raised in the hearts of these con however, that wo Cubans are not wonders for tho people or Cuba. (IihI n deliverer wns being prepared week recently. slight, compared with those of any to take up lln tank nt the tipportunc verts in a spirit of gratitude- toward leligious by nature, but rather that Religion now is not for women nlono of pro one of the eight or ten leading com th0 country wMcli sent to them the our very nature was1 not spiritually as was the case some lime ago, but A must valuable discussion hour. Mokch wan flrnt trained nt til" . ,, 1 Let it bo borno in mind knee, thou In t'hiirnoh'ir hibition has recently been issued batants. mother' men are responding also to the .l ' 'nk of America fed by the institutional church. Wo court ni id fliinlly miller God's Immeill-at- e bv tho International Reform Bureau Hint tie time since our declaration were not given the Bible. Tho power or llio Spirit. It was an ins 'e of Christ. ol Imnd In the desert. The latter was i.mler the title "Why Dry?" of war is only about one-thiMissionaries wen U, India Japan. simple story or tho Gospel was not spiration to mo during my stay at un Inillnpensnhli' part of his training. the period during which those Africa, South America an told tho people and Jesus, the homo to visit many or our churches With! In )' ml (if; In Die wisdom of the have been engaged. You say. "Tho drunkard is a sick lion 11 Ood, they were also mindful brother, tho friend and the Savior on prayer meeting nights and thero Egyptians wns helpful, hut without ak most or thO others active hostilities was not the abiding companion in hoar men, women, and children givthe Immediate tutorship of Cod he man." My observation lias been that began 'eoIu " Cul,a at once, but with us it was "f, are tho real ing testimonies or tho transforming would hnve heeu n failure. Atl who Ins wlfo ami children bo ask:d: Why did our daily experiences. il several months before tho raising) power or the love or Jesus, and liftnre UHetl of (iixl must upentl some time invalids of the family. misTo these people camo tho A nt'r ? "a,vc lo wnd inlsslonarlcs of troops was fairly begun. Many In the retirement of IiIh presence. Two peopla like those or sionaries rrom America soon after ing their hearts to God in prayer in strong months more elapsed before any j notiihlc example nre Paul In Aruhtn Ili itisli East Africa is taking The answer Is: The Cubans 81)8. Some were Methodist, some a way which, indeed was touching and John on I'ntmos. measures to protect tho natives soldiers were prepared for being ' M of Christ ever since tho were Presbyterians, somo Friends, and vitalizing. ' .m I. The Lord Speaks to Motet In the machines sent to tho scene or conflict. A largo against beer. Docs it pay to keep an army or uuys Ol rizurio unu iaji ius, uuu ym, and some wero Baptists, but all Burning Buh (vv. nre conllscaled and destroyed when majority of those called lo scrvico they knew not Him. This may brought with them tho Biblo and missionaries at tho rront lino It wns while keeping the flock of his never have been within three father-Ilaw In the desert that the found. sound rather strange, but it is a fact. preached Christ in a language that preaching unto every creature tho thousand miles or any of the baltlo way to lifo and truth? Ask tho to Moses. Had he reI.orti apH-nreWo knew eyer so much about the wo could understand. Tho French "LIkuo Natlonalo con lines. It has been only seven or In I'linriinh's pulscv he never mained Did tho natives givo a hearty Cuban convert. Nay, ask the world traditions or the Roman church; wo could hnve had the Vinton of the hum tra L'Alcoholismo" is using motion eight months since any considerable every saint and prayers welcome to these disciples of tho about il. Ing hiiNh. TIiIh huh enveloped In pictures in its prohibition propa number of American troops havo reverenced II pays, yes it pays. The American were offered continually to them. Master. I am afraid not. Tho priest tinmen, vet unconnumed, symbolized gaiula in France. M. Frederic Rio really been engaged in tho fray. began to circulate tho story that the churches are directly contributing the people of (lod enswathed In the man is secretary of tho lcaguo, Years before that time some or ths We were taught to sec in tho priest or heaven United States had sent us preachers toward the establishment or God's very fire of Cm, or Clod dwelling In at 147 contending nations abroad had been the only representative indirectly mlilut of on elect people. Mosrs which has hcadnuartcrs the on earth. And yet, I must repeat, to create a sentiment In pro or on Kingdom on Earth, and step aside to behold thin strange Boulevard St. Germain. Paris. Con completely crushed; and in the caso wo knew not Christ. nexation. This made us suspicious tlioy are serving the nation, for or all there was mourning in every sight, hut must he tnught the esxeutial tributions to his lcaguo can bo The Catholic faith did not satisfy aud did many things to discourage wherever one or your missionaries the Methodist Board of neighborhood and in almost every lesson of the proper approach to Ood the new comers, yet they persisted goes lie remains an American and the religious nature or the people. We now tin approach God with bold Temperance, Washington, D. C. house. was an eie in their noblo mission. They built is unconsciously creating in thoso lo uegin wiui tiiero n.in fniniiti... nm muni..,! hv liens through Jesus Christ (Hebrews sentiment of of superstition in the ritual churches and established schools with whom he lives a 10:10). Our Cod Is a consuming fire. Thots and Opinions thousands; those or the other coun-- 1 or the mother church everywhere. They visited tho poor admiration and or good will toward No evil can tie permitted In his pres (By Dr. Ciarcnco Truo Wilson.) tries by millions. The loss of lifo and tradilions ence (Joshua 7; Act fl). The lord to tho needy, so that the Great North American Republic among the Russians is slated as be- which was repellent to our Trco The time has como when a did not leave him lone In suspense. He thinking men. Again, Ilomov and today they are gathering tho fruits from which ho comes. politician has no moro ing a hundred times our own. CanJ. L. Garcia. told him he was the Cod of his fathan for a ada alone, only one or Great Brit- Spain were united in tho common or their untiring efforts. thers, the rovrnnnt Cod. As soon as uo for a saloon-keepTo illustrate: Tho Baptists of elTort or keeping the natives under ain's dependencies, lias had several he knew It was Cod who was speaking Maltese cat with a falsetto voice. To Cannibalistic Perhapa. 04 churches to him he hid his face. The slsht of times as many visits or the death tho heavy yoke or ignorance which Eastern Cuba havo built "A Russian announces that donkey and missions which have a present enlightalways causes sinful men to hide Cod I am in favor of "Liberty angel as we have had. In France, a. z 'goo to cat,'" remarks the Car(Isnlah 0 :.'.). ening the world, but that doesn't Belgium, Serbia and Poland, hun- by tho war. Let us hope that wo membership of 1,CG8 members. They thage Free Press. "When it get to Sunday-schoo- ls II. Motet Commlttloned at the De mean to imply a lining for a goddess aro not let off so easily as lo fail to have organized 51 that point, we know of one person who dreds or thousands or liverer of Hit People (3:7-10learn the lessons necessary to our with an enrollment of 1,190. They In colnc to sign up to observe 'meat-witli a red nose to illumine tho path ants men, women and children In the preamble of this commission well-bolhave also organized 21 societies for Pg dnys.' "Kansas City Times. and usefulness. have been torn from home and com-jf"God said to Moses: "I have seen the of progress. polled to work for a pittance, with affliction of my people." This la alwho only the scantiest food. Others havo I never knew a ways true (Psalms 22:24; 34:4, 0; Isa iah rct:0). "I have heard their cry." wasn't a good fellow. Evo had that been brutally maimed, and outraged Not a cry ever coos up from a child of ame idea of tho serpent, when ho in ways too fearfol to menliou. To Cod unheard by him. "I hnve come gave, her tho glad hand in the such enormities wo have been down to deliver them out of the hnud garden of Eden. strangers. Within those areas whero of the Egyptians." This shows that the storm has raged through the Cod Is actively Interested In the cause There is not a llower in tho hat tedious years, hundreds or town?, of his people. He graciously obligates wife that did not including several populous cities, himself: (1) To deliver them out of of a Fanune Condition Egypt cost a rose from the check of somo havo been destroyed. the hands of the I.'gyptlnns. Magnillccnt tuny he considered a typo of the world; ntlier man's wife; nor a flashing cathedrals and other structures Food Shortage; approchmo' faaine Point the oppression.- a type of sin's homi diamond on the bosom of a bar- which have been the prido or cenng; mid Pharaoh, type of the devil, tender or brewer that did not coat turies lie in ruins. The very earth Serious Food Shortage Cod delivers hla own from the hands Jewels of manhood from the homes has been so rent by mighty exploI Sufficient Present rood Supply (2) 1:13). of the devil (ColosMans country. But future. Serious1 sives as to bo made a vast desert. To bring them up out of the tund. Cod of this In" ief ahead recervma. Many years will be required to redoes not deliver and leave his own Drink Irst dims, then darken, store its productiveness. Amefico.n aid the enemy's land, but brings them out Several Into n land "flowing with milk und then deadens, then damns. It injures others or the more than twenty naflTJj Unclassified honey." (3) To bring them Into a man externally, internally and tionalities which ostensibly havo "gooI land aivl Inrge." There Is no eternally. For if you get tho best OCCZMBSH I. at war likewise have been sj Iom In obeying Cod. When he brings of whiskey it will get tho best or boon remote, Into in beginning, or chary us out of the enemy's Innd he brings you. or their resources as to fool but us Into a better land. Patltntly lightly the brunt or tho battle. To III. Motet' Objections Tho liquor trado will never bo re- France, Great Britain and Italy, Heard and Removed (3:11; 4:10). 1. Pemonnl Unworthlness (v. 11). Ho formed as long as alcohol dwells in with Serbia, Rumania and heroic It is tho blood-suckireullxed his Insufficiency for this task. whiskey. Belgium, according to thoir Cod leech among the industries. It is little Ills forty yeurs In the school of moans, must be awarded the chief have wrought a great chunge In him tlie legalized outlaw. I favor stoppraise for defending the liberties of His hesitancy Is it good sign. Men ping it retail, wholesale and cockmankind. Wo may as well rrankly who are really qualified to do a great tail. admit that wo wero almost disgraco-full- y work ure not forward to begin It; e. g. I.uther, George slow in coining to tho rescue. Jeremiah. Martin It is as barbarous for a Christian Only when Washington. Moses did not refuse to tho shadow or tho imgo, but pled his dllllculty before the nation lo bo engaged in tho liquor crossed our swinish for a minent Lord. Cod answered thin dllllculty by trafllo as it would bo own threshold did wo arouso ourassuring him that he would be with Christian mother to cat her own Certainly wo havo not Christian selves. him. When Cod Is with a man the baby. An enlightened "borne the burden and tho heat of lmpoxsthlo becomes tho possible. government "worketh no ill to his the day." Wo havo suffered somo 2. The Dllllculty of the People to neighbor." privations; but most of those havo Understand Moses' Itelutlonshlp to God (3:13, 14). Moses knew bow unbouif of luxuries rather than necesNot Out Of, But Into willing they were to acknowledge him compatriots When nrohibition is enacted tho sities. Millions of our as their deliverer forty years before across the waves have been put God changes his name as he as- brewers do not go out of business, Since Wo voted upon meager rations or the comsumes n new relationship to his people, tlioy go into business. And millions monest essentials. Moses Inquired na to what thut new our saloons closed in Orgcon. Ono would be, and his corre- great brewery is going to manu- havo been able to keep tho breath tho littlo nation's gions, with conditions most serious In A food uiup of Europe today shows seat of government or charity. sponding nniue. The Lord promptly furnituro. lleretoforo wo or lifo only as objects not a single country In which the fu- first thought was to express her grati- Finland. met this dllllculty by showing him a facture Facts might bo multiplied to emBohemia, Serbia, Iloumanla and ture does not hold threat of serious tude to tho Commission for Belief In tho lumber in Orgcon, name differing In many respects from have raised bought phasize tho truth' that others than dllDcultles aud only a small part which Belgium for preserving the lives of Montenegro have already reached the previously given. This new shipped it to Michigan, and all others famlno point and are Buffering a heavy wo aro the leading contributors and Is not rapidly approaching the famine millions of her citizens. name Is "I Am." This noma Is from our furnituro from thoro at a third llio heaviest sufferers. Our peoplo point. Germany, on the other hand, need toll of death. The Armenian populaWith the exception of tho to cost us. Anthe Hebrew verb "to bo." It Indicates moro than it ought Ukraine only those countries which not figure In such a map for Ameri- tion Is falling each week as hanger havo the, most wealth and our (2) hla (1) God's other brewery is going to become a or any in have ninlntulned marine commerce cans because there Is no present Indi- takes Its toll, and In Greece, Albania the best credit, (3) his unchangcablencss. For seventy years havo sulllclent food supplies to meet cation that we shall be called on at all and Iloumanla bo serious are the food shoo factory. tho world. Wo nre glad that thus uctunl needs until next harvest, and to take thought for the food needs of shortages that famine 11 near. Al3. Unbelief on trie Part of the Peo-pl- o Orgeonians liavo purchased their bet(4:1). This illlllculty, tho, Lord met even In the Ukraine, with stores accu- Germany. Germany probably can care though starvation la not yst Imminent, Boston, ullhougli wo ralsu wo aro able to pay our soldiers by supplying him with credentials shoes in tor and provide for them far moro mulated on the farms, there Ii famine for her own food problem If she is Italy, Switzerland, Bulgaria and Turllio hull's und everything needed for comforts than wero enjoyed by our In the larue centers of population. given access to shipping and la enabled key are In the throes of serious strinwhich could not be gainsaid. He was convortion or given the powtx to perform superna- shoes In Oregon. Tho Uelulum and northern France, as to distribute food to the cities with gencies. defenders In any former crisis. If ro hunger populations, which are the trouon In order to fulfill America's pledge tural wonders (4:2). those two browcrics into a or living has been increased well us Serhlu, appear rest the Europe dense In world relief Vro will bare to export ble ccutera. map distinct from the of 4. Lack of Eloquence (4:10). This factory and a shoo ractory the cost inpay England, France, the Netherlands every ton of food which can be hanbecause they stand In a different reladifficulty tho Lord met by providing will causo them lo employ from tho wage earner has his Most or tion from the other nations to the peo- and Portugal, all of which .have been dled through our ports. This means at creased correspondingly. an assistant In his brother Aaron. to sixteen times as many twelve the money loaned the government ple of the United States. Amerlcu has maintained from "American supplies, the very least a minimum of 20,000,000 men as they formerly employed, and unci that taken by taxation is exfor four yeurs maintained the small have sutllclent food to meet Immediate tons compared with 0,000,000 tons preOur 8dnett. tho Western prico on iuhmIs, but their fututre presents seri- war exports and 11,820,000 tona exand We ask God to forglvo us for our Inoidonlally has war rations of ltelgium makingnorthern ous reduced, pended at home. And so there special difficulties. Tho same Is true of ported last year, when we were bound Franco aud la alreudy thoughts and evil temper, but shoes and furnituro will bo evil been no lessening or those aggre- efforts to cure for their Increased Spain and the northern neutral cou- by the ties of war to the European ever, ask him to forgive uh possibly by a third. rarely, If gations of capital needed to carry needs, which, with those ntriesNorway, Sweden and Denmark allies. Clareneo Truo Wilson for our sadness. Joy Is regarded as n whoso ports have been open and who nn tho great enterprises of tho of Serbia, must he Included In this It we fall to lighten tb black. apota happy accident of the Christian life, future. True, to thoso who havo plan, are urgent In the extreme and have been able to draw to some degree on the hunger map or If we allow any an ornament aud a luxury rather than upon foreign supplies. portions to become darker the very Lava vWarm After Thirty Year. lost a loved ono (ho grief is just as must have Immediate relief. a duty. IL W. Dale. Most of Russia Is already In the peace for which we fought and bled The gratitude of tho llelglan nation Newly ejected lava from Vesuvius hitter as if tho losses wero as nufor the help Amerlcu has extended to throes of famine, and 40,000,000 people will be threatened. Revolt and anarchy has been tested nml found lo be at The Human Htart merous as in tho great slrugglo or her during tho of temperature of t.500 degrees Kuhren-hel- tho CD's. But or our people as n strongest appeal wur constitutes the there are beyond the possibilitythou- Inevitablywefollow famine. Should thla The human heart is so constituted happen Before another spring will see In other parts ot for us to continue our help. On the volciiiWn flopea lavas that It Is only Oiled by the richness of them Inevitably must die. Europe a repetition of the Itusstan deoutburata are definitely whole it may bo said with truth work there. The moment the German sands applies s from various which flows from It not by the as well to Poland and bacle and our ight for world pm armies withdrew from her soli and she This Isolated, and even now lava thrown out that wo havo scarcely been scotched waa established once more In her own practically throughout Out Baltic re will have bees la vain. which flows Into It Agnt quite wurm. 30 year ago U vnmn ihthiutmiui SUNMfSOM Lesson Tfhr TWENTIETH CENTURY 18 Anti-Salo- on scir-suppo- rt. con-clu- do I vo 1 diu 1:1-1- TfM rd li "f 11 1 Beer-maki- ng n made-throug- ... er I ... non-comb- at ). ... ng 1" bar-lend- er ... ... HUNGER DRAWS THE MAP rum-selle- r's fWW ... itt RflaaaHim. KflaaaHlV ng world-calami- ty gov-iiim- ent frir-nltu- after-the-w- t. rich-bm- 1 this Map it Worth a Year's Subscription to The Citizen! Page Eight THE CITIZEN or and daughter of Ella Crow; Har- -i ley Mlze, son of John Mloj Dick) Lee, son of 'Sam Lee; and two of, Pat Smith's children. Our deepest .ympiilhy is extended to nil tho be-- 1 reaved ones. Tho local market' Here is as follows: corn, $8.50 and &).00 per bbl; eggs, 15c pc dozen;' meal, bolted, $1.50 a bag; flour, best,1 8 1. to a bag. GAnnArtD S3 January gKajKugusuguBoaaLgBauB 2, 1910. i JJJiJiJajuomjayBuo East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else Nn enrroponilrnre ! puMMiM unlm lirtml In full bjr th not for publication, but M an avMf nea of (ond faith. rltr. The nam Write plilnlr. t tho bereaved ones. It. K. Tay JACKSON COUNTY tor's littlo boy, Malnard, caught lire Kerb Knob Kcrby Knob, Dec. 22. Mrs. Lllllo but Ills mother arrived in time to llicliardson has been seriously ill for Iho past week. Norman Thomas returned homo Saturday after spending a month with his uncle, John Thomas, of near Waco, Madi- son county. J. A. Lano of Dreyfus Bjient Saturday night with Walter Click and family. Tho Ladies Aid of Kcrby Knob arc assisting tho Ited Cross of McKce with tholr knitting this winter. Corn gath- ering is about over. Corn crop3 are fairly good in this section. Somo huvo postponed their hog killing waiting for colder weather. A Christmas tree and entertainment was given at tho school house Christmas day at It a. m. Kcrby Knob, December 29. Mrs. l.illio llicliardson, who was scri- ously ill at last week's1 writing, has greatly improved. Myrtlo Click Is spending the Christmas holidays with homo folks. Sho is planning to go back to her work at Lexing- M. J. ton the llrst of tho year. Smith and family, who recently moved to Herea, spent tho holidays wilh friends and relatives at this placc. School closed at this placo Deccmber 28lh., Nannie Lcngfcll- nor has been visiting her father,' D. M. Click, who is still seriously ill. Sherman Powell and Simla Baker were quietly married at the homo of tho bride on Christmas day. Thoir many friends wish them great sue- coss and happiness. Frank Hobbs has rented and moved to tho Solo- man Abner farm. Tho friends and relatives of D. M. Click are sorry to learn his recovery scejuT doubt- ful nftcr an attack of double pneu- -, iiu nia at the Robinson Hospital at Beroa. Ethel Hakor is planning to leach the Sinking Valley school after her school closes at Cave Spring. Aunt Jennie Azbill, who has been ill' for some time, is belter this W(!Ok. McKee McKce, Dec. 30. Christinas passed olT very quietly here. There aro no new cases of "flu" in town at prescnL Mrs. Mattie Carpenter and daughter, Grayce, who has been visiting Mrs. Carpenter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Farmer, have ro- -' turned to their homo in Harlan County. Mrs. Fannie Collier, who had a relapse of influenza, is better, Fred Sparks entertained several young folk at his homo Christmas night. All reported a nico time. Lieut, Gay Hildreth has been dis- charged and is back in McKeo. Ho will do dental work while here. Miss Virginia Engle, who has been school at Berea, is visit- ing her parents at this place. School at the McKeo Academy will begin Thursday with Mis3 Lucy VandcrPIoeg as principal and Misses Pas and Englo as assistants. Several of our soldier boys from McKeo have been discharged from the army and aro at homo; they aro Merida and Moss Farmer, Claud Malicoto, Georgo Bowles, and Hugh. R. Harrison. Earl, the littlo son of Mr. and Mrs J. R. Hays, Is very sick. Cleo Bakei entertained several of her friends Friday evening; all had an enjoyable timo. Lloyd Moore, who has been attending school at Richmond, is at homo for tho holidays,. Bond Bond, Dec. 28. We aro having somo cold, snowy weather at pres- ' ent. Tho Christmas trco at Ann- villo was greatly enjoyed by the youngsters, and by all present. Quito a number of children attend- ed tho Christmas trco at G. R. Davis' Tuesday night. All had a delightful llnio. Games wero played, songs wero sunt' until all .wero sleepy and Nick Ison retired for tho night. and family have moved back to this placo. at this School began placo again December 23. Also Pigean Roost school began Hhe same day, after being closed for ten weeks, Mrs. Pearl Edwards died Christmas night from' tho flu. Sho leaves a husband, parents,' brothers and sis- ters to mourn. Tho sympathy, or tho entire community is extended save blm from being burned very Paint Llrk, Dec. 28. Littlo Fran-- 1 seriously. His burns arc getting cos Wynii is very sick with bron-- 1 along line and will soon bo well. Mr. and Mrs. Labon Kirk chilis. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Pennington spent peiil Christmas in Lexington. Mrs. Christmas with their daughter, Mrq. A. H. Wynn entertained at dinner Frank Moore. Alfred Tructl, Jr., Cluirtmaa. day the following: Mr. is very sick and not expected to live and Mrs. Wilder of Herea, Mr. and Miss Susie Walsbn's school was Mrs. Howard of Harlan County, Mr.' out December 27 and sho is expected and Mrs. Tom Logsdon, Mr. and Mrs.; On account of having moved to Richmond, Ky., to reside and my home today. J. A. Carter of Herea IJ. S. Hurgcss, r.nd Mr. ami Mrs. J. D. health not being good I will offer for sale to the highest bidder at my formwas in this vicinity last week on Wynn of this place. Friends hero business. He rented his farm near of Jonas Mucker arc sorry to hear er residence near Paint Lick, Ky,, on this place (o Asa Pinglelon for the of his illness. Mr. Iluckcr now lives next twelve months. Nnth York in llichmond but his mother nud two has moved bark to the farm he loft sisters livo hero and be has a host last fall near Pond Lick Itranch. Miss of friends in this community. Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Allen visited on Fannie Dnwden, who is spending the Beginning at 10:00 O'clock a. m. Pigeon "Iloost December 23. Mr. holidays with her mother, Mrs. J. T. : nd Mrs. Jerry York spent I liHiiiMin, was a Richmond visitor Christmas v 'th the laller's brother, M. L. Wat- - Thur.dny. the following property, viz: 64 acres of land situated about 2 miles north Mr. and Mrs. Boyd son. Charlie Carter and family of C' Idiruii of Mnrksbury spent Christof Paint Lick on the Richmond and Lancaster pike. Also all of my personMine Lick visited I). 11. Allen last mas villi liis parents, Mr, and Mrs. week. They spent the time in bird- - John L. Coldiron. - Logan West al property consisting.of Horses, Mules, Cattle and Hogs, Farming ImpleMinting and had n pleasant time, a discharge from S. A. T. C. ments, 10 Stacks of Hay, 60 Barrels of Corn, 400 shocks of fodder, 2 Straw killing quite a number of bird3. in Lexington and Is at homo now. r- C. Clark is moving his stock ot James Harvey Halslon is homo from Ricks, 5,000 Tobacco Sticks. nods from Clay county to his store Camp Taylor. Miss Sadie Halston I will also rent for the year 19 19 about 150 acres of my home place at this place. Jerry York lias re- - of Georgetown College is spending ceived the appointment for magis- - her vacation with her parents, Mr.i to be cultivated as follows: 15 acres in tobacco, 45 acres in corn, 10 acres Irate of this district to fill the un- - ind Mrs. Jim Halslon. Mr. and Mrs.1 in oats, 22 acres of meadow, 20 acres of new clover and 40 acres of Blue expired term of Frank , Cornelius Mays ef London, who have been viswho is moving to Mississippi. iting their son, Harrison Mays, and Grass for grazing. Frank Corncilus sold his farm to family, returned home Thursday. There is upon this land for the renter's use one large tobacco barn, Hy and Oscar Iladcr. Henry Conn, now of llichmond, will Gray Hawk open a garage in the warchouso the of the stock barn. one tenant house and one-ha- lf Gray Hawk, Dec. 20. i There ar'ij llrst of January. Mr. Conn is a llrst Terms reasonable and made known on day of sale. " new cases of flu reported at Gray class mechanic and Paint Lick Is Hawk now. Christmas passed oft" very fortunate to get him to como moderately quiet. There was somo here. For information see E. T. Fish, Berea, Ky. drinking, with lots of shooting. ROCKCASTLE COUNTT Ir. 11. E. Hartlett and family and all the girls at the Gray Hawk hospital Cooksburg CooksAurg, Dec. 3o-were invited to Dr. A. J. Hamilton's arc now fur dinner Christmas day. They had having our llrst snow'. Somo of the a bountiful dinner and report a flue neighbors arc not through gather- -' time. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Robinson ing corn. Christmas went of quietly, and family arc visiting Influenza Spar without any whiskey. Willson's during Christmas. Miss has visited every home in this comLula Bingham is paying her uncle, munity; one death has been reportG. W. Tinchcr, a visit through the ed. .Mr. and Mrs. Andy Vanzanl's, holidays. The stork camo to II. G. baby was taken from them to that, Brumback's and left a fine, boy, happy homo whore pain is suffered named Marshal; also to W. T. Tinch-er- 's no more. Hg Killing is the main and left a girl, named .Mildred. occupation in this neighborhood. Mrs. M. T. Thomas was the guest of Carico Carico, Dec. 30. Wo have our Mr. and Mrs. Alex Allen Thursday; V. A Miss EUioI'mt (ireek. Miss six days' furlough. flrfl snow of the season. Winkler has I shadowed by death or calnmitv John a nice lunch was served. Summers is putting a gasolino mill Maggie Singleton, who boarded with Hill spent Christmas with Miss "lil his farm t o Pal Powell of Painl and now that it is all over we uL Lick. John Glossip has bought the Why this toil for tho triumph of una Blake. near S. R. Roberts. Aunt Cosby .Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Thomas wn!i Colo of Franklin, 0., has returned to teaching school, is visiting relatiur Uncle Davo Black farm and has an hour." Lifo Is a service. The moved to iL We aro glad to have only question is, "Whom aro you make her future, home with her on Cave Branch. She will return in MADISON COUNTY daughlcr, .Mrs. A. J. Tinchcr, of this a short time. Mr. Glossip back in this neighbor- serving" and for what purpose? Mrs. Mary French of Big Hill placo. Tom Carpenter of Illinois The Christmas' tree at the Blue Lick The infant of Mrs. Jess Mullins' Station mado a flying trip Big Hill, Dec. 30. The "flu" has hood. Williams is very poorly. Aunt to John Alcorn's mill Tuesday. caused several deaths and a great is visiting his sister, Mrs. John Glos- church was n glorious success as a .11. G. Cox's father is out from Leatha Tussey was shopping at S. R. Mat Green of Jackson county passed deal of sickness around here. This sip. of the sympathy and the Ohio. Roberts today, y Christmas was through hero with somo stock this nniulilioi-hnm- l Jcsso Simpson is moving to Good Samaritan Spirit of our Borca win sliookwl soniii I spent in these parts nice and quite. weekr He contemplates moving to ,,,.,, friends. Mrs. W. L. Flannery of 1... h, anjitii of 11. a. (ireen. Col ego Hill. Whooping cough is in our Frederictown, Mo., and William Madison county soon if tho weather e took sjck al 1U ,lomo of ,lis Blue L(ck Click, county agent from West VirHog killing is the go this permits. borhood. Several of tho boys aro t,rothor Mat oroen Ue nrsl lail (u Blue Lick, Dec. 30. Standing ''old spell. Ove Tussey is having a maKing me varmenis nvo nam. afl(T which pll0llmoma scl up ali upon the threshold of a New Year ginia, were visitors at tho homo of I". .1. I'lanery lot of clearing done. last week. All the Undo Gilbert Many good wishes to the readers and (1c.iUl caugl,(, Ho wa8 realize In the relropccl many children of Dan Click wero summon- Reynolds has been sick but is sorms correspondents of this dear littlo ,,niUpllt t u,e home of his motUer, changes that are indeed painful, but d to his bedsfdo as ho is very ill s. R. Roberts has mountain paper. belter now. Mrs Kuto Grecili an(, wa3 lai(1 to resl never-tbe-le- ss needful. After any found a coal bank near his house. 111 Pilot Knob cemetery. Ho was a big event there Is a vacuum. Our at the Robinson Hospital. Mrs. E. F. School at Flat Top closed the 21st Dizney nnd daughlcr, Grace, spent OWSLEY COUNTY 00( cltjzen nnj neighbor, attended long wished for peace canto and loft inst., with a candy treat and a good Conkllng t to his own business, and will us absolutely breathless. A sense of Christmas day al the homo of T. J. time. Flnnery. Conkling, Dec. 28.-- Tho Presents were given tho first snow; Bert Johnson, county I)iss0(, a rual d(al , ,,is homfc emptiness like silence after tumult. scholars. Uncle Tom Faubus has of tho season fell hero Wednesday. , He leaves a Tho passing of Christmas 111 a small esent from Virginia, has gone to neKhll0rl00d. Mississippi. Jasper' Anderson of Richmond! m()tn,r l)m ,rollll,r8t a1) llv0 fe'one to Berea All the tobacco grow- way leaves its sense of vacancy and I'tM (if tills si'flinn linvit An-- 1 In visited with his brother, J. W. n sj!)l(.r . . f 11.:. ...... j : 1init of fron(ls t ... ,. ..III.. . .1 mum c ui una sumun uuiiiu IUclimond to attend UlO tobacco derson, from Wednesday until Fri- m. ,,s ,,(alll is IIlollcr POWELL COUNTY unanimously that tho Christmas of a,,.8 ,(lllay. . Mrs- - iliC,nrd Klm-I0I- H day of this week. Miss Maude ,avc tl0 deepest Clay City iprs A. I). will cast n resplendent ,,r,. w t. ,v,,lesclng Anderson who has been working inisvmpnlhy of ,0 neighborhood. -from a slight Clay City, Dec. 23. Christmas glare nil down the round of common (Continma on rig me) a hospital at Versailles is hero greetings t0 the Citizen family, and Mr8. j4Utz CaITier ,,ed from flu. daily routine of lifo for the whole. a visit with her parents, Mr. and ,lavim. a ,ust)and and four children a Happy New Year to ono and all. year in front of us. There was an JfJHN VVHITE Mrs. Eliza CO. Mrs. J. W. Anderson. , mourn cp lleal Charley West and William Davis shu was a air of festive oxjicctancy brooding Louisville, ky. have been discharged from Camp McColl.im was hero last week look-- 1 V1 l(M, t.,irisljan wonlnn. i,at 0u of ine cominuniiy lor nays wnion Lib., I attortmtnt Taylor. They were with the last ing after her home, and preparing to frjml(lg sho was ,mric(1 in Silvor vit nat 01 in an avalanche in of pres- lad full vulua paid Lcota-Hi- il MiS3 movo back soon. contingent sent from this county. (;m,k graV0yard. Mrs. Lyda Ab-a- ents for every pne in boards groan for a Mr. Byrd were married tho ,.., FURS s(ok for somo llmu Tho free schools of this county aro has ing under sumptuous feasts in ,iW Miss Etta Bed ,,ut is ,ow, 11)rVing,M. D. slill closed on account of flu, though first of the week. joyous greetings of loved ones un- - Hldct and and Bill Hacker were mar-- j Beat CMna tho epidomic has about subsided f()ks nnj aboul we of llu s. a. Eatr and family, from Tor- - ried Saturday, December 21. -- K ay0!i, fmilv aro nlso sick wUh rent, arrived Saturday to spend the Arthur Lyttlo was home on a fur- -, T. j, McKeehan s.mi(, ,llst,a,0i FIRST PICTURE OF REVOLT IK BERLIN lough last week. He returned to; holidays witli relatives here. V)li ,0 ,MJ ,,muo wa9 va Johnnie j. n. Harrison, county agent, with Camp Knox Wednesday. night on (.ttM , Mr bciuillakcr. Somo of in Friday m a poultry man from Lexington, was Wilson ariny ,)0V3 aro comlg j now. ,1 making n survey of tho county In .'5 JTR3: Iff lafl Robert Parker has como homo. Also . .. .. l.n..w. lUdh the interest of tho poultry business I K ill VU111L7 (IU11IU Incl ,1111, fliniU im. r,M" Hie past week. u1 Mrs. J. G. Harrison spent week. W. T. Collier, head nf the oil company that has been Christmas with her father, Philip drilling hero for spmo time, has sold Hayes. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Norman nut to tho Studeluu Oil nnd Gas aro spending the holidays with Mrs, Company. Better dovejpmonts are James Owen and Mr. and Mrs Jack expected. Those on Hanlwiek's John Hazclwood and Dili, Lovel. uImi Wesley Jackson have arrived Crk that were victims of tho ler- - From now until Jan 1, 1920 nble disease, the flu, and died wero: Mrs. Margaret from Hamilton. and an Evans Self-fillinMrs. Mary Baker, wifo of Elzlo Hak- lleece has purchased a new buggy. Paint Lick countt Public Sale and Renting SATURDAY, JANUARY 4, 1919 i-d We W. C. FISH Richmond, Ky. n Col. Jesse Cobb, Auctioneer - -- neigh-altendl- ng j ,s ' j , - ' ., a, i,r. . 1. 1 . f, I nd - Sel-Robe- rls - wo cr-m-e alt, iffiSa'l! mr: Special Offer! THE CITIZEN Fountain Pen Both For $2.00 The supply of pens is limited mitnu f3ia -j vymi No More War Flour Potts' GOLD DUST Flour Returns to its before-the-wa- r high standard of quality Once Tried - Always used Send ir Your Subscription TO-DA- boys of this placo attended the party at Will Todd"s Christmas night. All Miss DovlOi ropoil a good timo. Powell of Dululh is visiting her' cousin. Mrs. II, G Cox. Dr. Lilburn Lake of Oglcthorpo, Ga, IS" visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil llcndrixi Lake. This pleturo In one of the first to show street Will Hen-- 1 revolt In Iterlln, Some of tho revolutloimrleK, who lllillng during the recent huvo moved to Irvine. Included Kullon, nr put driv and family have moved to Sil-- I tlag a belt of cartridges on a machine gun t ruined on the paluce. ' Coylo Coylo, Dec. 30. Wo aro having somo cold weather at this writing, and everybody is glad to sco it as It Several of the, has been 80 warm. A good newspaper in the household benefits every member!