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Devoted! to ttie Interests of tlie Vol. XX. The Citizen !M!o-uLTitLiii- . People Per Year. BEREA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, JANUAIIY 23. 1019. One Dollar and Fifty CeaU No. 30. Wone than the Germans Worse than the Germans were the liquor dealers. They did more harr, caused more suflering. And they did it justjto tfet easy money. And now they are t be put down. Jhat is what Prohibition means. Hurrah! Let us thank the Lord for this great victory of righteousness! Let us take note of the fact that by proper effort the right will win. Let us congratulate Wayne B. Wheeler, and the army of Prohibition Workers. And now let us make the most of the victory. Let every drinking man "swear ofTl Let every whiskey maker; and whiskey seller haste to find a better business. Let churches and all good people see to it that other kinds of "fun" are provided for the boys. And let us enforce the law so sharply that the whiskey and beer men will give up the fight and turn to some form of honest, honorable work and business. Kentucky News Tho Ilev. Dr. V. C. U. S. News RUSSIAN "REDS" WorloVNews The Pcaco Congress opened on Tho veteran French statesman, Clcmencoau, acted as chairman, and Prcsidont Wilson and Lloyd-Gcorsat on his right and left ropectivcly. The opening address was given by President Poincaro of France and was an able exposition of the circumstances which have led to the meeting and the obligations which rest upon it. Tho United Stales will pay the Cummin" of was chosen British Government actual cost for ASK FOR PEACE moderator of tho Synod of tin) tho transportation of American solSouthern Presbyterian church or diers over sca3 in British vessels. Kentucky. Colonel Battison, of tho Army Embarkation Bureau, told tho House Bolshevik! Make Offer to Cease Military Committco Monday that Their World Services in memory of tho lalo Senator Ollio M. James will ho held General Ilincs, head of tho bureau, by tho Senate February 2 instead of would leavo for London in a few February 0, according to the plan days to determine the amount. announced by Senator llcckham. Complaints of food on British SEND MESSAGE TO WILSON Tlie change in date was decided fol- ships, Colonel Battison said, were lowing adoption if tho resolution largely duo to tho British practice which sets apart tho second Sunday of serving only lea for breakfast, Former Ambassador Makes Proposal Unity of Command on Siberian in February as tho day when Con- which was changed becauso AmeriFront Arranged French General gress will pay tribulo to Theodore can soldiers objected. to Direct Campaign. Roosevelt. Winchester yesterday Saturday in Paris. go Firewood Now is . the time to find out what kind of a man he "Hnw so?" "Why now is the time we can see whether he has a. f supply of firewood in a dry place." shows whether he has foresight and industry. "That And it shows how much he thinks of his women folks." is.' Wilson in the Old World We are all glad Wilson went to Europe. He is an impartial man there, and consequently very influential and helpful. On all the big questions he is more of a Republican than a Democrat. And on the biggest questions Republicans and Democrats desire the same things. And it is good to remember Wilson is a religious man, and to sec him visit the church in Carlisle, England, where his grandfather was a preacher. Who says preacher's children turn out bad? Tho Synod of Kentucky of tho Southern Presbyterian church held Its annual meeting in Lexington beginning Tuesday afternoon and continuing through Wednesday night. The most important matter of business whicl! came before tho meeting of the synod was tho considercampaign ation of tho church-wid- e known as "The Progressive Program," in which the Southern Presbyterian church is making an effort to raise the sum of not less than $12,000,000 for benuvolent causes period, of which during a three-yetho present year is the llrst. As one of the sixteen synods of tho church, tho Synod of Kentucky will be expected to assume a large part of thear - Demobilization of the American army, General March, Chief of Staff, said is proceeding at a rata which is more than twice as fast as the British demobilization. Actual figures 'tip to January 10 of men discharged from tho Army show a tolal or 693,889. British discharges toi January 7 numbered 352.C58. American officers to tho number of 4io28 havo been returned to civil life, while on January 7 tho British had discharged only 3,038 officers. American troops scheduled for demobilization now number 1,151,000, including 96,000 men who actually have returned from overseas, but not including units designated for return or on their way home. London, Jan. 20. Foreign Minister I.ltvlnolT of the Russian bolshevik government hirt mnile several proposals In behalf of the soviet regime, through the medium of n friendly emissary, for the opening of pence negotiations with the entente, nccordtng to the Evening Standard. None of these proportions, Tho Heath of the Radical leaders however hns heen substantial enough to receive serious consideration, in Germany, Carl Licbknecht and either In Paris or London. Rosa Luxumburg, will either have The main conditions of the holshc-vlk- l tho effect of subduing the Reds or d are that their regime be of stirring them to moro violent Indict, with amnesty for all crimes committed In their name, and action. It is not yet clear which that their conllscatlon of property and result will follow. In the meanmoney lie recognized as lawfully en- time the Ebert government is countacted measure. ing it a victory and assuming that Reds Send Note to Wilson. tho civil disturbance is growing less. Copenhagen, Jan. 20. Mnxtm Lltvl-nofthe former bolshevik umbnssndor General Foch has stirred up a at' London, lias sent n note to I'resl Wilson dcrlnrlnc Hint the.bpjsher spirit of lesentnivnt in Germany by dent -main-tntnef, Considerable interest has' been awakened in regard to Hie matter of open diplomacy and how much that commits the Congress to admit tho correspondents of newspapers. Tho understanding now seems to be that only general sessions of the Congress will bo done in Cabinet or committee and this will bo secret. Tho conclusions will, however, bo brought before the general bodv for linn! action. FIRST PHOTOGRAPH OF AMERICAN PEACE MISSION jjj i JjjB BOM his proposal that the Rhine River made the boundary betweo.i Germany and France. Ho asscrU that it is necessary to ensure a safe defense for the future. It is possible that Germany will allow a e group of slides to bo created in Valley independent and united with Prussia and other German states in some form of Federation, it is quite clear that the supremacy of. Prussia in any German state, will not meet approval in other parts of Germany. bo the-Rhin- Berea's Secretary Goes to France Marshall K. Vaughn, tho genial an educational unit of the Y. M. C. A. o, in Franco. and efficient Secretary of Berea Mr. Vaughn's, experience and. sucleft al noon Monday on a year's leavo of absence, to tako chargo of cess in Healing with largo number of students in Berea has fitted him in a special way to perform tho important duties connected with his work among the soldiers in France Mr. Vaughn's friends in Berea and clsowhero havo confidence that ho will fully measuro up to tho great task which lie has undertaken, and that ho will prove a worthy expo-ncof "Berea Ideals" and tho best things in American College lifp in general. Tho Citizen joins in wishing him d. Wo aro also glad to that Mr. Vaughn will act as LiLiLv s our special correspondent from his Held of activity when ho is definitely assigned. Ho was acconij anied as far as I ouisvillo by his wife and young son who will spend tho greater part of tho year with relatives in the Col-legnt God-spee- t'nder the lead of their statesman Venezelos, the Greeks aro making knoWh their ambitions for a much larger state in south-easteKuropo and one that may havo li commanding position. Greek influence and military aid was more responsible for Hie turn of events in tho Balkans than is generally realized and the separation of Bulgaria and Turkov by their aid was a vital feature in the ilnnl nesult which merits consideration. rn -- Is the llrst phijtoKmpli of the American peaci m ssuni, taken In the Hotel Crlllon, l'aris, where the except President Wilson, are stopping Left to rluht they are- - Col. K. M. House, Secretary Lansing, Wilson. Henry White and Gen. Tucker II llllss. ssssB total. The Ilev. William IL Hopper, . pastor of the Woodland Presbyterian church, Louisville, is at the head of the synod's committco up-- 1 pointed to conddTt the throe-yea- r, campaign. ' S.Aith. CONTENTS OUR MISTAKE! Oil News II. McClurkiu of Winchester has J. .returned from n ten days trip to New York and Philadelphia, where he has heen in conference with a We regret that columns three and four of our Serial Story becamo mirEditorials. Worse than ed in the "making," with consequent PAGE 1. the Germans; Firewood; Wilson confusion to our readers. By readin thu Old World. World News; ing column four before column threu I). 8. News; Slate News. tho confusion will bo overcome. PAGE 2. Letters. PAGE 3. Soldiers' School News. Peace Congress Opens. The Light In tho CleaGermany .Must Pay. Locals uiul Personals. MICKIE SAYS OVJVJ. ring. PAGE 4. PAGE 5. IF iOi UKE , BE K QOOO FEU.EO. How Shall We Commemo- rate Tlioir Victory? When Gtirmuu tho Hoys Comu Home. Ituler to Face Trial. PAGE 6. rAKKE NVUCH DIFFERENCE VMHttHER, NOU eLI IIS 00. SOtAEBODN Ev.se, JEST SO Farm und Homo DeparS. S. Lesson. Prohi- WIU. DO US GOOD evfHEO. WAV. SOU tment. PAGE 7. bition News. tho Twentieth PA0EV8. Tho Tragedy of Century. Kusteru Kentucky News. NOTICE EXPIRATION In our last two issues of Tho Citizen wo havo reminded our subscribers whoso subscriptions havo expired that tliuir rcnowal would .bo appreciated. Wo aro hoping that w Ihoy will "tako tho hint" and promptly. "When tho friendly reminder slip is inclosed in your paper it means that your Citizen will bo discontinued within a mouth unless you ro-no- number of prominent hankers who! are preparing to underwrite tho con-- 1 solidation of about 500 acres of pro- - j during territory in the heart of Le0! county. The new organization will forward-lookin- g, forward-steppin- g havo twelve producing wells, several campaign that would appeal to the of which are now settled producers. American people and thus insure a The amount involved will bo around restoration of the Republican party one million dollars, all of which will to power. he taken by Stock Exchange linns. N'aturuully the sudden, almost Mr. McClurkin stated Unit Kentucky tragic, death of Theodore Roosevelt oil is highly regarded by eastern was uppermost in the minds of all. nkers and that it was tho unani- Chairman Hays alluded feelingly to mous opinion that, regardless of any Hie party's loss und the country's IhirluaLions that might occur in loss in submitting his report, other commodities because of read-- ! mid voiced the sentiment of justment to peace conditions, oil and the committee in declaring thai "It oil products would prove constant is dilllcult to discuss the deatli of and that prices would advance, Theodore Roosevelt. The ideals for should tiny change occur. which he spent his life shall not Early in the spring about fifteen fail. The banner that Theodore wells will lie put down in Owsloy Roosevelt curried shall not trail for county, which will be thoroughly a moment. Tho lesson of his patriottested out. ism shall not. bo forgotten." The Gaines Oil Company brought in one of their best wells on (loss Why should we denounce Creek last week. F.stimatod between because It Is not constructive? All 75 and 100 barrels. The well tilled of us are continuously Hading fault, ui about 200 feel without any gas more or less, and on our success In pressure behind it to force the oil finding the fault und destroying It deout, indicating a long lifted well. , pends mostly our successful develop This makes four wells on their meat. So hi the end It appears that Is essentially one of our Itoss Creek property. The company Ono of to get most constructive nctlvltles. is doing everything possible our worst faults Is thu hyiwcrltleal things ii) shape for further develop- practice of finding fault with ment of their property both in Estill F. II. Youug In Providence and Powell counties as soon us the Journal. weather will permit. The llrst or Queer. the year the company engaged uu Said the feller: "A coopl oxpert oil man of twelvo yeufs exany woman look of dull kids will perience, as Held superintendent. sraurtlf they're on her feet." Fault-Findinfault-findin- g fault-findin- g fault-findinfnc-ttl.iuu-kf- c The meeting of the Republican National Committee held in Chicago on Friday, January 10, wus ono of the most notable gatherings in party history. All tho states were repre-- i sentcd by committeemen, in person' or by proxy, and unity and harmony were tho watchwords of tho hour.j Never before, so far in advance of( a Presidential campaign, was such general interest manifested in party affair, or such universal optimism evinced as to the success of a forlli; coming struggle. The proceedings in their entirety indicated clearly and conclusively a purpose to push and pursue a I vlk governmenf of rfussfa fs prepared to cease Its world propaganda If the allies will ngree to enter Into peace negotiations with It. according to the Social Demokraten. Command. Arrange Unity-'o- f Omsk. Russia, Jan. LU 1'nlt.v of command on the Siberian front has been arranged, and the French general. Jules Janln, who has been com army minder of the Czecho-Slovawill have supreme direction of the al lied forces In Russia. The appointment of Ceneral JutvJn Ik hailed as auguring the ultimate de feat of the holshevlkl. General Iviion chief of the Hrltlsh military mission and also In charge of the commls sarlut, Is occupied In the task of se looting n representative commlssjon to si ;ly and formulate a plan for of a national assembly. Famine Prevails In Moscow. WarsHW, Jan. '20. The rigors of winter setting In at Moscow are said to have reduced the city to the same as Petrograd, with the condition streets littered with cats, dogs and The horses dead from starvation. lack of coal has already compelled closing of thu public baths, while meals cost M rubles ($L'3) each at those restaurants which are still able to remain open, according to the refugees arrhlug here most recently. Soup kitchens have been established and the ml army Is the only group receiving sutllclent food. The refugees say that the holshevlkl nre endeavoring to aggrandize their regime by the erection of memorial arches similar to those in Paris and In Home. The party of the Sinn F'eincrs in Ireland are determined) establish a republic, independent of England. Tho English military leader in Ireland, General French, is himself an Irishman and fully acquainted with every feature of the country and the people. Such a settlement of the Irish question has not been tho ono which has received favor in England. An effort is being made to secure the sympathy of the United Slates for a republic. A series of Olympic games aro to be arranged for the spring and summer in Paris. Tho contestants wilj,. come from all nations and it will be a means of binding together tho people of various slates as well as providing a lino opportunity for tho athletic spirit of tho soldiery to Ami expression. Botli General Foch and General Pershing are giving it support. It is reported that the palaco of the former Emperor of Austria is now being used as n home for children. That is significant of the changed point of view which is making its way in central Europe. There; aro a good many other places that might he put to good uso in a similar way and doubtless soon will be si appropriated. The Emperor of Germany hail a dozen or moro verv line residences, in various part of thi empire. Conditions nre .still somewhat unsettled in Spain and Portugal. MiWILSON TO SEE WAR ZONE litary law prevails in Barcelona on account of the agitation in favor of President Will Visit Devastated Re- home rule in the Spanish province. gions In France Between Peace of Catalonia. The assasinalion of Sessions. tho former President of Portugal, Paris, Jan. '."O. President Wilson moreover, threatens to so divido tho will avail himself of tne first oppor- parties who favor n republic that tunity bettftHMi the meetings of the the monarchists aro likely to seek peace delegations at tho French for- a restoration to power. eign office to visit the devastated regions of France. Cnrauzn, tho President of Mexico, has asked that the elections biv postKeep your 1018 War Savings poned in his country until later in Stamps. Thoy aro worth $5.00 ouch the year us tho forco of tho oa rtfe m) in 1033. revolu-(Coatla- ' aid Pago Two THE CITIZEN January 23, 1919. School News from Various Departments EDUCATIONAL REORGANIZATION TOR KENTUCKY Soldiers' and Sailors' Letters A THRILLING miiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimimiiiiiiiimiji PEACE CONGRESS OPENSFORMALLY this board shall ho elected by tho inu-nm- EXPERIENCE niTlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllltlW (Continued from Last Week.) tloprrKht, mi. ir Mctiurt ntmptixr 1,V "I. f SrndlrU.) As a remedy for this condition World a",cd oul, bJ lh Notable Gathering , ia tlio writer's belief that an organ I Hflftl Rrant wandered along ttiroegh Has Ever Known Begins With zntlon simlllar to the one suggested the quiet nifties of the wood, Inst In thought. The hlrdi sent up enrol of the State is desirable. Tlio cdu tiwiia lis ina uu iiauii uy mu owtiu liner which was stranded off Firo to return to Baso. for Pomp and Ceremony. board of education, fix his salary, With much lovo to all, Joy to their Maker, iml the wind miik caliotial interests of tlio county Island on her return to tho United and terminate his period of service Your loving son, noftljr through the tree, but the girl should bo placed in the hands of when tho IntereMs of tlio schools ol States last month: Ens. II. II. Howard. neither heard nor aw any of to county board of education composed BAR RUSS FROM CONFERENCE branty which surrounded her. An obtho counly seem to demand it. They of from live to nine members, elected server would hnve stopped to look shall general oversight of all Marino Bases, from the county al lnrgo at n lima srffbol have twice at the girl, who, lo her dainty properties, and shall, upon C. E. CAMPBELL WRITES Conoy Island, That Na. pink drens, her golden kalr catching other than at the general election of nomination Five Leading Powers Aor of the superintendent, January 0, 1919. n county or State cfllcers. Such tlon's Representation by Any the glcntnn of the sun aa It Altered Headquarters Bidg., Y.M.C.A., appoint such assistant superintend- - Dear mother, through the leaves of the great tree, Element Is Impossible board is in operation in a numbor January 10, 1919. etils, supervisors and office assistants What I have seen and been a narl seemed to he Spring herself cone to at This Time. of stales, and is favored by the as may bo needed, and nil teachers 0f for tho last thrco days will al- - Dear Friends: life. highest authorities on school or Just boforo leaving Borca, Presiemployed within thc county and fix ways bo stamped in my mind, an She nnnlly enme to a rustic Beat, 1'iirli. .Inn. LU The tlmt fiirmul ganizatlon today. The resolution. tno salaries or llio same. of tin- - pnice coiicrefn opemd screened from the path by the follnge, exnnrlenco thai ran nuver lie hlnile.l dent Frost suggested that I writo I adopted by the Superintendent': a. few letters to The Citizen, giving Tlio will-- ' where she sal Down nnu, pulling a let In Iho matter of fixing salaries the out of my nicmorv. ut tlin-- In Hit; Section of tho N. K. A., at tho Do ii i til ,, fl, . . n.r. , , it'Ilorlogr, now rochrlMwicd the SalU ter from her pocket, rend It onco more, ,, mv an account of my work hero. oiuiu ami county noarus siioum troit meeting in February, 191G, in probably bo limited by maximum ,., I left Berea on lho evening of Noile la l'nlx. mid ono of the most spten Finally she spoke, , ,.. , i. eluded tho following- - "Wo "Oh, Hob, dear," she murmured. vember C, nnd nrrived hero at noon did rwiitlon rooms In Europe, wnst . .... , and minimum amounts. ,, v,.t- - i..i. n... f ,lu "how cun I let you go without aeelng our belief that a small board of cdu on lho following day n few 1,1 ri'iidlnoHH for the delegation "f Just Dean Russell of Teachers' Collcgo I11I1Pnill i win, u nf lh seen i lor cation is tho most cfllcicnl instru hours laler, I was at work as a "Y" vnrlmiH Miliums ns iney I'liiereii am- - jou. nowiinven i going juu fight icn jcor, !" address delivered recently nnr,i,..ru. .i,i m,'i,... to you're full for Uncle and mcnl for tho administration of Secretary. I was sent lo Camp Paul miKUnitv the Mttlngi of the chiuiiber having been Sam and I may never see you again t" t.io iui,uu ui unit .nsi.iuuo.. an(, p() ,() rcMUo of lho slraiuK,(i Jones (ll!th and 13th Regiments, rfri'HS, the schools," and "wo believe that the l said; "Helen, do jou care for me as nioch rearranged for the special purpose to v. il..-- .. I'.IUIUL, iIIUKIIl'll 1....1 county superintendent of schools ,,, II "IIBI'UI l, I i i composed of about eight thousand whli'li It Ik now being put. as all that J" aked a clear, boyish " ' AIIieriLll il SVSIUIII III t.1,,1, n.,,1 . fcln.,,1 ..I II,.. should bo chosen solely on account .l..-- l! " Uk J men) as ono of tho business sccro I """ J l'irr. to cittih the eye of the pletil- - voice, which caused Helen to Jump to WHICH ilUlllllllMr.lUUIl ...l.t.l. Shore, Long island. of academic and professional qualifi larics. I received a very cool ro polentliirles entering tho hull, n stiitue her feet, so startled was she. Shu cations, executive ability and goo. snail eliminate lie politician; a You do not know what ground ccption, as lho building was boing of peiuv, holding nloft the torch of turned swiftly snd confronted a yoatig professional spirit put character. We are convinced that pubic good above that shall gain; swells arc on lho sea, but il is the moved, lights wcro out and build civilization, had been placed. This In- - mini In khnkl. personal "Ilellp, little plnymate, docft you role marble tlgure Mood directly his selection should bo determined teachinpj and school management most treacherous condition that a ing was lighted by the clmlr of Premier Clomeneviiu know met" he queried. by some method other than popular sea can be in. When we arrived lanterns; for heat, oil stovos woro that shall appreciate reasonable It of the presiding olllcer. "Hob Aldrlch, Is It really yooT she election, which is usually influence" I aw and sccuro voluntary obedience nJ rc',Qrlcd to tho nogsliip for used, and ns usual, moro odor than tteeiiiH as If tho statue might have been erlcd, Joj fully. by considerations other than pro to to go along- - beat was derived from their uso. placed In this position to exorcise a ero ordered constituted authority and "Yes. I guesa I'm all tx're," ht fessional." Doctor Cubbcrly, of Lc rvltlpfifiniinl Innrlnraliln u.i,!,i, finallv sltJ 1,10 'Northern Pacific on her Our water had to lie carried from controlling Inlluenco on tho delibera.i.nii laughed as she gave nn admiring glance land Stanford University, ono of the rbflard quarter and lake troops tho nearby barracks. tion". concern itself not merely will, tho at the straight young soldier before highest authorities in tho United Tho congress mot In the beautiful her. MVou didn't think 1 was going As a business secretary, my work l" 1,0 machinery of school keeping, but u " uu" WM foreign olllce. across without saying goodby to my States on school organization, and a B,nii . i n,n t iniii ship, bojace, anchored about a milo was to assist with canteen work, Mall do la I'alx at the specialist in rural education, stands oil shore. That meant almost that writo monoy orders, tako money for Tho opening of the congress was n little playmate, did youT And, besides, statesmanship ceremonial function, tho lenders miido as 1 only have an hour to stay, I want firmly for such a county organiza To elaboralc an educational sys thoy wcro going to sacritlc0 sonic safo keeping, sell stamps, etc. In their llrst bows, nnd tho delegates ex- to tell you something else, (fear." tion, with powers assigned to thu tern, comprehensive spcrato effort to doing this work, wo had quite an Tho republican changed salutations. in scope and of,lh? S''s- - in a So, ns they walked slowly back board as mentioned below. get sick and helpless off of tho opportunity to gel acquainted with guard, In gorgeous uniforms, were pres efficient in operations, is tho suthrough the woods, ho told ber live old. Tho county board should exercise premo transport. There wcro about 2501 tho fellows and help them in other ent. g, task of all patri troops yet ever new, story, of a love born lu many functions, such as oversight . aboard and a big majority ways as well as supplying their ,, , , Aflor tho delegntes wcro Installed ,h , ,H,H, h otic, American citi of all property, construction of zens sick or badly wounded. In ground materia! wants. Wo worked very nround the great horsoshoo conference ,,,, , he , u , w h. buildings, location of schools, etc Ul0; calc,'a ship ri?UU long hours, but lho satisfaction de table Raymond I'olnrnro. president of fn(. Wm, wn ., lmrcnU Let us bring Dean Russell's words . , but by far tho most important duly home by adding "Kentucky citizens." tho rudder and propellers aro abso rived from scrvico amply repaid us Franco, mndo his entry Into tho hall u with tin escort of Premiers and look j h,H , assigned to it would be the selection Bn(1 ,,e ht(J toM lutely useless appurtanances. Water. for our hardships. Tho sailors aro Chas. D. Lewis. presld ng olllcer s chair of a qualified County Superintendent B fprny of pMMt( n,o hff ship and all are moved helplessly very appreciative and very often his place In tho -- a. tt I ut tho hend of tho table. m.rvfnP r..m..i,,i.rn. to administer the schools of the over tho ground and completely at they would say: "I don't sco how Polneare Halls Wilson. over coUi,i forget jou, Hobf llelen county. In tjiis selection they would BEREA DEFEATS WESLEYAN tho mercy of tho swell. wo could get along without tho "Y." Vou hold In your hnnds tho futuru had Indignantly replied. not be limited to residents of the Wo deciding it to bo a physical In each building thcro is an edu- of thu world," said President 1'olncnro Tho first basket ball game of Be- nd so It was there. In the pinoe Ira- county. They would be free to se rea's season was played Saturday '"'Possibility to carry out orders cational, entertainment, religious, In his address to tho ponce delegates, grant with the sweet meimirlra uf ctdld-Hlect a person coming up to the at Winchester, nnd hood's hapur play days, that she worn- welcomed tho conference which resulted InM 311(1 also responsible for tho ship, business, building, nnd physical cIkmis- - iSj jo0 to wnt taT standards established by the Slate iclorv i, r,.turn, Kn, for the Bcrca five. Thn trnmn refused to endanger the ship. So secretary. Every phase of a Jackie's thanked tho nlllel nutlons for board wherever one could be found was lug Paris ns tho place for the meeting, then become nomethlng more thua k contested to tho very last and w anchored two miles off shoro activity is looked after. to rulo playmate to lilin. best fitted for the work. Like the was decided On the 7th of this month, I was Germany." ho said, "willed only when tho whistle a,1(J waited for tho sea to dio. Next by Iron, and perished by Iron." Ito- ,u lnJn lllt A l()rt ,lme proposed Stole board they would BB blew. At the end of the first half morning tlio sea had calmed soma transferred to Headquarters, which slewing the reasons for the different was to carry Bob uwuy cutac bellowing not employ for a fixed time, but I,ut not m,icl1 and before daybreak is supposed lo bo a promotion; how- nations entering tho wnr, ho especially up to (17-1Hcrea led by four points the little stutlon whore they during such time as the person cm but immediately Wcsleyan scored. w" wcr0 ordered in again by a Cap ever, I prefer tho regular regimental praised tho course of America. Ho walteil, Helen gave him an emelope. ployed proved efficient. In other five points, leading by one. This tain wlio said. "Io hell with tlio work, as personal contact with tho hailed President Wilson In tho name nf "OtM'ii this when you nre on the train, words they would have the powers lead was sweetovercome, however, by a s,lm So ahead!" All right, wo took men is much greater there, and I Franco and eleven other nations, laud dear," she told him. "(loo-by- , noy exercised by every town and !" foul rored bv Clark and a field coal an extra hitch in our belts, donned liopo to bo sent to ono of theso build- ed tho American people nnd praised heart Rood-by city board in the State. It was when a bend In the road curJackets, up anclior, started full ings soon. My work is much easier tho allied troops and tho American iy Hav. and the Wesleyan bovs did ' army. . . J I .1 In addition to appointing tho I i ried him out of slclit of ids native not succeed in catcning up nfler "i" LU aLai anu pui our irusi in here, but the satisfaction is much Press Represented. county superintendent, they would Hint Bob Aldrlch, his face ntlll lho powers that be. I was thought loss. that. The final score was 1. The question of tho admission of tho glowliiK with tho memory of his sweetappoint such other officers and asQuito a number of Hcrea boys aro press to the conferences Is nettled. It ful enough to put the 500 odd heart's brnve, sweet smile, turned The lineup is as follows: sistants as tho proper management dollars belonging to tho ship in my here. I have seen Bouterse, Ray wiih decided that the newspaper men again to tho envelope she hud given Berea Wesleyan of tlie schools demanded, and apmond Johnson, Shuford, Luther Sol- inside pocket for I certainly of ,m. within, rnrefully attached to n Steauth'j fliinlr wn wmitfl innl'n if Tfdidn't ley and a Robertson boy of tho Acad- should bo admitted to the tneotlniM F point all teachers employed in tho Porter tho full conference, hut that on neces piece of will to paper, was something. ivna county upon nomination of tho su- Williams F UJ'"auo bitter cold with drifting snow emy Department. Lark and Lloyd sary ocoiislons.tho deliberations of the dried, faded, und discolored so with G Johnson perintendent. Clsau which mado it much better of Ilackley aro here, but I have not conference might bo held In ago that It wns almost pnst recogniG Cecil o.nnrsn! Wn aicrnnlnil ln Nnrllippn 1- been ablo to see them Tlio striking features in tho above Kennedy tion, but underneath which wero writSit at Horseshoe Table. G aro tho largo powers placed in tho Clark In front of the statue was spread ten those four words, which sent We nre lllivilltr dcliclllftll WOalhCT P.mifln In li!ivn linna flntiiuwl ilnvvn G hands of tho superintendent. But Stephenson Uanon I nn,i i uilru,i ,. Imrn fnp .Innnnrv nnd hnnn Ihn anmn tho council table, covered with the tra- smile to tho lips of tho boy who roud Hays groon balio of diplomacy. This them: "Itosemnry, thut's for rememF why should ho not liavo largo powcome close enough. It was ono of is true in Berea. I havo rccoived a ditional In Is the form of a huge horse- brance!" F ers? Ho is to bo well educated, Carpenter Havo table few letters from Bercans. experiences the most nerve-rackishoe. Across the upper end were nino S Thompson I havo ever gone through. I thoroughly trained, of successful think wanted to write to more of the work seats of honor, for the presiding olll- DAY OF GENERAL MOURNING experience, and held strictly acThe return gamo will be played ' aS,,(' l0" years in ten minutoJ ers, but havo not bad time. Will cer, tho vice presidents and premiers. countable for the success of the at the College Gym, Monday, Jan- - when we were going alongsido. bo glad to hear from any of tho On each side of tho two arms of tho December 22 Was Once Celebrated" schools. His salary will bo in keep- nary 27. There was ipiito a lee to leeward workers and will answer all let- horseshoe there wero fifteen stats, Throughout Country as Univer at 2:30 p. m. ing witli his ability, and he will sally Unpopular Embargo Day. of the massive transport and we ters received. My address is Y.M.-C- .u making sixty seats, besides the nine position as long as ho can head nf the tnble. hold his Headquarters, Great Lakes, 111. nt thu made for this quiet spot in the sea. Kacli delegato's chair was uphol-- ' convince the board that ho is giving "Bmlmrgo day" lu American history Witli best wishes, I am, Linoj All went off fairly well. stored In bright rod leather and be- occurred In 1S0S, growing out of the tlio county tho full worth of every PRESIDENT FROST'S EXECUTIVE were quickly passed to us and wo Very Cordially, SECRETARY fore ouch plnce was n complete equip, embargo placed on foreign trudu In dollar spent in educational results. C. E. Campbell. ment of writing materials. wcro alongside, the feat accom The lit- - 1807. A wnr wns then Kolnir on In This being the caso he ought to President Frost's Executive- Sec plished. tings of the room woro lu white and Europe and owing to persistent In havo tho appointing of supervisors, tary. Mr. Randolph F. Sellers, who gold, with a frescoed celling bordered torferinces with American commerce men of offico assistants, and of ovcry. in gan his work with the Prpitlont L.TOlcllcr8iney lowered to us in by dancing cnplds. Four great luster It wns decided to place an embargo T11E SUADY SIDE somc of t,0 most pitiablo teacher in tho county. If, under the first nf this month, is a craduato chandeliers hung from Iho rolling, on foreign commerce of nil kinds. In By Edmund Vance Cook these; conditions, ho cannot make of the College Department in the sights of human beings that had while live lnrgo windows, looking out December. 1807, President Jefferson once been men, that 1 have over over the Seltio river, rust n Hood of sent a special message to coiigres good, another should havo his posi1913 Mr. Sellers won the Stale )okTj( year Hold my huiid, O fattier mine, u S(jmu blim,( light- - over the sumptuous npiirlmont. s recommending tho ubsoluto tion. A. Orator rn! contest in 1012 Down tlie tiliady side, )a . arm. 0110 or lW() , Hon of foreign trnde of uny kind. State Dining Room. Briefly summarized tho suggested and received Ih.rd place among 8hallored, voices gone, rtiuro'u a crinkle in your spiuo. Leading from Iho council room was American ships wero not to bo jier changes in State and county organi- eleven conies ants in lho Eastern ,M8f hearing gone, pinched and unshaven But no whimper and m whine, another lnrgo chamber overlooking tho ndtted to snll from any port of the zations aro as follows: ., nterslato Contest at Columbus. Ohio. f ,, gardens. To this room tho delegates, "lilted Stntes. The enforcement of lu your soul, nor yet 111 mine, d, , I. A Slat,. Hoard of in Xovember 1013. CITIZEN readers embargo created widespread e can retire for consultations. A luigo lo tho mere skeletons of what was As 1 giiuio your slow decline Education, composed of seven or recall that when the World War at one end suggested that ro-- '""I"", losses and distress, und when Down tho shady side, onco healthy, sound bodies. And I If n 1.. l !a nino members, appointed by tlio hveu ' force about year the l'U freshmcnts would be served there to " Wils learned It Uiai 11 will, n wf.nili.rfnl Mw..e l..il,. opponents of the administration ap- Governor, shall havo general chargo Mr. Louis Karnosb and Mr. Sellers the delegates. vt)ji;o got husky fat.0 0fluIl my I'abu uiy arm, O mother mine, of all matters relating to public eduFurther on wns a gorgeous stnto din- - IMl''ed December IK. 180S. as a day ei." raiiKiii, in oorn.aiiy wiuioui j m - cye3 alul J 8W0e, Uuwu tho shady side. Ing room, where luncheon und dinner f, general mourning, to be called cation. This board shall havo vari- - na.ni'ris nun nrresion u roo innos . . 1. ' day." This wns the mini ' may bo served to tho delegates In caso " """ " L1I0 for you has lost iU wine, nna ,l.,lloa , M.o ,nal lm,mrhnl f , ..... .. ,..,,.....,, . nl,s llwy w,,r,, remaspd irom axWUI L"011 to K(!el' fr0m hrcaklllS Bui your oyus protracted sessions nro held. Tho yersury of the pn..nge of the ombnrgo uiu still .... m. iiiiiiii-nri- ' . ... whin shall; . In nnnninl n Slnln uy mo " r " December -', 1807. The day was 7 oi nil uiiiiiu . ....... , whoto sulto of rooms wns suggestlvo .., feae awaj anoui SIX pairs vS itli tlie bpark of that divine Miner n 0111 nu nf rh inn a wl.n mnv i'imu t. i. ... of elegance nnd beauty nnd the artistic! duly celebrated nt lho shipping ports V , K'"ves to Bloveles soldiers an.l Instinct that no man may dulluev V.T-"- f , of 'Ntw '"Kliind and In oilier purts j v..,. . returning 10 America lain in uie tan marinas for it was bitter cold still, Only that it hulds you milie taste of tho French. eountry. but must bo a person of nf 1911 Mr. Karnosb entered West-higc"u",r". 'Hh ceremonies typb Tho secretariat of the congress dur- - "f Dovmi Uiu aliaily side. and distress. Ships oharactor, thorough academic ,.P, nporVp Medical College where with a high wind. Ing the evening completed the olllclal f"' "f "'"""! 1,1 I said to one chap in a stretcher, harbor dlspluyod and professional training, and of cs- - ), ms snco rPnoived his M.D list of tho delegates. It Includes n ills- - 1yl"B How do you feel, fullow?" Ho said. and processions of tlngulshed urrny of leading public llg- - n",K Hf hnlf-mnhun 1 start, O uiitld of mine, reputation as a school ad-- 1 Rollers entered Ohio State 'Ob, " erope on trielr unns uros from every section of tho civilized bully for a man with no logs." Down tlio shady side, niinistralor and educational oxperu' Pnlversilv Graduate School nnd globe und In personnel and In thu In- inn relied In tho streets to dismal I was tucking the blankets around I'll im wistful for thu sign bis recommendations they cotvod his A.M. degree. He spent terests represented It emliriiccs prob- pin tic. the lent of one fellow who said, mat your heart still whispers shall appoint such assistant super-- 1 u,p ti,roo years fnllowim; in ably ono of the most notable gather "Minor supervisors, business inn. Ohio, as lho sunerlnlendonl of "Sir, n(l use Ui do thai; my legs aro Waited Long for Success. Ings of statesmen tho world has ever agents, and clerical When Cyrus .McCormlck. lho elder, assistants the Public Schools at that place. 111 Franco somewhere." There wore Knowing which, I'll not repine seen. Invented the now famous "harvester" as tho needs of tho schools may do- The summers of 1913 and 1917 be a lol of marines aboard that sur-M- As 1 toltur toward thu lino Peace Council Oars Russia. thut bonrs his name, nobody believed that big battlo at Chateau- Down thu shady mdu. main!, fixing the salaries of the pent in graduate sludy at Columbia As regards Itussla, In tho penro con lu It; nobody would have It. He adsame They shall establish stand- University. New York City. Lain In Thierry. The well men were taken ference, It Is stilted thnt the flvo lendvertised It nt G0, Nobody bought. ards of qualillcation for counly su- tho year 1917 Mr. Sellers entered the In destroyers nnd cruisers anchored Which shall lead, O wifu of mine, ing powers hnve ngrcod that her rep- Then, tlnully, ono venturesome farmer perintendents, resentation by any Ilusslnn element Is bought one. school supervisors Army Y. M. C. A. work nt Camp "If shore, and the wounded to tho Down thu shady side? . Thut was In nnd Hospital ship. I went for over Which shall kneel, as at u shrine, Impossible for the moment. It Is ar- Mr. and teachers and perform such other Sherman and has been engaged In McCormlck begun trying to Hell gued that the admission of former Preduties as may be assigned to them. that work until mining In Berea. thirty hours without a bite to oat, Where thu other shall recluiu his reapers lu 18JIL So ho sold ono d mier Lvoft or uny other man who reuper In nine years., The next your Tlio members of tho board shall Ho had charge of Building No. 71 nt and I feel rewarded too. One big lining nuithur sound nor sign? In previous Itusslan governments negro soldier, lying legless in a Well, he sold one moro; two lu ten yours, servo without salary, rccoiving only Camp Sherman and was an Instruct matters, wifo of initio? what might give tho bnlshovlkl a chnnco to Then such expenses as. aro Incurred in the or in the secrelarv's training school stretcher 011 our deck, said, I shore Still our heart-strindeclare, that the powers woro support- The nest yeuf ho sold none iulerwiiiu came largo business, for tho following hain't got nuthin' agin tho Navy As tiiu tendrils of u vino. performance of thoir ofllcial duties. al that camp. Mrs. ing a monarchical regime. Sellers who hoys," your ho sold seven. This encouraged As to tho other questions before tho 2. A county board of education, graduated Nuithur lift) nor death uoiifhiu In lho Classical Course Ho put ull Iho congress, territorial, llnancial and eco- the young limntor. Seeing ihose poor fellows, I camo Love, tho liku composed of from flvo to nino mem- with tho class of 1911 is In of yours and mine, Berea nomic, tho order of their consideration steam he could Into selling and the bers shall havo general chargo of all with Mr. Sellers. At present Mr. nnd nearer to crying than I havo for a Down thu shady side. will be Indicated lu tho rules nf pro- next year ho sold a, and tho follow. good many years. Ing year one a week M, Last year matters relating lo public education Mrs. Sellers are living In Profn-so- r cedure to be read by Premier Clemen-cea- a Trip nftor trip wo mado and only (Copyright, 19I) tho McCormlck works sold P75.O0O of within Mil! county. Tho members of Hunt's homo on Estill slreet as president of the congress. theae harvesters. Rus-slac voters of tho county, at a timo when no questions other than tboso ro lating to education aro before the people. Tho board shall havo power to select a county superintendent of ti, i fMi. .r.iin llfl iJL t slopped when darkness camo. As brcak camo wo woro up 80n n nnu nt It again and by Ihroo o'clock In lho afternoon nil of tho poor fob wa woro safely aboard vessels and steaming swiftly toward Now York. Most FOR REMEMBRANCE By DOROTHY M. UAR8HEA. .,, .i 1 1 i...,.,i le ii. .I.III.II ed r.-a- i,im "T ". Ood-fcarin- f.'V ,, ... i 3). x .... 28-2- .l 1 1 T" 11 ng - ,,, prohlld-Corneou- non-partis- an con-tabl- 1 1 ,, ,, 11 ,,....". "lrgo " S1- : h re-rp- nu Vermil-intendon- ts, ed gs Jatitinry 2.1, 10H). THE CITIZEN "Never I" snld Undo I'rabody, Tm nfrnld they've et It up." He hnd no sooner snld It than a cry broke from my Hps, nnd I (tank down npon tho grass moaning nnd nobbing. I Iny amidst the ruins of Hit! simple faith of childhood. It was as If the world nnd nit its Joys hnd come to tin end. Aunt Decl spoke In n low, kindly tone and came nnd lifted me to tny Pace Thro ThTUBilT IN THE CLEARING" A TALE OF THE NORTH COUNTRY IN THE TIME OF SILAS WIGHT IRVING BACHELLERw Autho. or UEtl HOtDEM. DCRI AND I. DARUl Of THE tltiStD iStU KUflNO Ur WITH UZIIE. ETC. ETC r corrwm stwtnswtvemD. swen fcaeuat nlxht of nickered o thnt the souls of the faithful have been afraid. Hut let ui be of Rood chrrr. It In shining brighter s I write and, under (lod, I believe It (hall, by and by, be seen and lovrd of all men. One Homeric flirure, of the remote country-!.- ! In which I was born, had the truo Hplrlt of Democracy and alied Ita light abroad In the aenate of the Unltrd mates and the rnpttol nt Albany, lift carried the Candle of the Iird. It led him to a height of n achieved by only two others and Uncnln. Yet I have been by the profound and Renernl of Ihla generation regarding the career of flllaa Wright. The distinguished tenator who served at hi aide for many yearf, Thomas II. Ilenton of Mlaaourl, haa thla to any of Alias Wright In hla Thirty Years' View: "lie refused cabinet appointments un- der his fnat friend Van liurrn and under folk, whom he may be said to have elected, lift refused a seat on the bench of the fluprems court of the United fltates; he rejected Instantly tho nomination In 1811 for vice president; he refuted to lie put In nomination for the presidency. He spent that time In declining office which others did In winning It The offices ho did accept. It might well be aatd. were thrust upon him. lie was born great and above office and unwillingly descended to It" So much by way of preparing the reader to meet the great commoner In these paces. There were those, who accuaed Mr Wright of being a rpollaman, the only warrant for which claim would s'i.n to be his remark In a letter: "When our enemies accuse ua of feeding our friends Instead of them never let them He In telling the story." He was. In fact, a human being; through and through, but so uptight that they used to say of him that ho was "as honest as any mnn under heaven or In It" For my knowledges of the color and spirit of the time I am Indebted to a long course of reading In Ita books, newspapers and periodicals, notably the North e American Itsvlew, the United States and Democratic Ilevlew. the New York Mirror, the Knickerbocker, the 8t llcpubllcan. Ilenton's Thirty Years View. Hancroft'e IJf of Martin Van Iluren. histories of Wright and hla time by Hammond and Jenkins, and tn many manuscript letters of the distinguished commoner In the New York public library and In tho possession of Mr. Pamuel Wright of Weyhrldge, Vermont. To any who may think that they discover traits In these pages I desire tn ave only say that all the chnrarters Silas Wright and President Van Iluren and llarton llaynes re purely Imaginary. However, there were Qrlmshawn and Purvises and Illnkses and Aunt Deels and Uncle I'eabody In almoat every rustic neighborhood those days, and I regret to add that Itovtng Kate was on many roads. The cne of Amos Qrtmshaw bears a striking resemblance to that of young lllckford, executed long ago In Malonc for the particulars of which case I am Indebted to my ftlend, lie. II. U Hon of Pettdnm. THE AUTHOR. WfiBh-Ingtosur-prlaMag-niln- When Aunt Dec! returned to the kitchen whore I wit n BorrowTin Light In the Cltnrlng shone upon ing little refugee hunched tip In n cormsny things and mostly unon thosa ner she sold: "I'll hnvo to tell your which, nbova all others, have impassioned Uncle Poftbody oycsl" nd perpetuated th Spirit of Amtrlra "Oh please don't tell my Undo ami which, Just now, a urn to me to be j worthy of attention. 1 believe thnt iplrlt I walled. to b the very candle of the Iortl which, "Ayes I I'll hnvo to tell him," sbo In this dark and windy tlmo, has PREFACE Mlncrvn. Pea-body- ," , onswored firmly. momentous resolutions. Tho rest of the conversation wn drowned In my own cries and Undo I'cabody camo and lifted mo tenderly and carried me upstairs. lie sat down with me on Ms lap and hushed my cries. Then ho said very For the first time I looked for him with drend at tho window and when he enmo I hid In n closet and henrd that solemn und penetrating note In her volco an she paid: "I guess you'll have to tako thnt hoy away nyest" "Vhnt now?" he asked. "My stnrsl he sneaked Into tho parlor and tipped over tho what-no- t and omnshed that beautiful wnr wreath 1" s I" he ex"Jerusalem claimed. "I'll huve lie stopped as ho wan wont to do on the threshold of strong opinions and four-corner- to" gently: "Now, Ilub, you nnd mc hnvo got to he careful. What-not- s and albums and wnx flowers und haircloth sofys are the most tlang'rotiK critters In St, Lawrence county. They're purty savage. Keep your eye peeled. You can't tell what minute they'll Jump on ye. More hoys hnvo been dragged away and tore to pieces by 'cm thnn by all tho bears and panthers In the woods. Keep out o' thnt old parlor. Ye might as well go Into n cage o' wolves. How be I goln' to make yo remember It?" "J don't know," I whimpered and began to cry out In fenrful nntlclpntlon. He sot mc In n chair, picked up one s of his old und began to thump the bed with It lie bclubored cnrpet-sllppcr- feet very tenderly. "Come, Hurt, tlon't feel so nbout thnt old melon," mild she, "It ain't worth It. Come with me. I'm going to give you n present ayes I bcl" I was still crying when she took me to her trunk, und offered the grateful assuagement of candy and a belt, all embroidered with blue and white beads. "Now you see, Hart, how low and mean anybody Is that takes what don't belong to 'cm nyest They're snnkesl Kverybody hates 'cm an' stamps on 'em when they come In Bight ayes I" The abomination of tho Lord was In her look and manner. How It shook my soul I He who bad taken the watermelon had also taken from m something I was never to have again, and a very wonderful thing It was faith In the goodness of men. My eyes had seen evil. The world bad committed Its first offense against mc nnd my spirit wns no longer the while nnd beautiful thing It bad been. Still, therein Is the beginning of wisdom und, looking down the long vlstu of the years, I thank God for the great harvest of the lost watermelon. Better things had come In Its place understanding nnd what more, often I hnve vnlnly tried to estimate. For one thing thnt sudden revelation of the heart of childhood had lifted tny aunt's out of the cold storage of u puritanic spirit, and warmed It Into new life nnd opened Its door for me. In the afternoon she sent tne over to Wills' to borrow u little ten. 1 stopped for n few minutes to piny with Henry Wills n boy not quite a yenr older than I. While playing there I discovered (n piece of the rind of iny melon In the doorynrd. On that piece of rlnd I saw the cross which I hud mnde one day with my Ihumb-nalIt wns Intended to In- illcnle Hint the melon wns solely nnd wholly mine. I felt a (lush of anger. "I hale you," I said us I approached l. head n kind of watermelon thump with the middle finger of her right hand and with n curious look In her eyes. Undo Pcabody used to call It a "snnptlous look." Almost always ho whacked the bed with Ills slipper. Thero were exceptions, however, and, by and by, I n came to know In each case tho of the slipper, for If I hnd done nnythlng which really n (II c ted my con- science thnt strip of Icnther seemed to know tho truth, and found Its wny to my person. Aunt Dec! tolled Incessantly. She wnshed nnd scrubbed nnd polished and dusted nnd sewed nnd knit from morning until night. Sho lived In mortnl fear thnt company would como nnd find her unprepared Almn Jones or Jabcz Lincoln nnd his wife, or Ben and Mary Humphries, or "Mr. and Mrs. Horace Dunkelberg." These were tho people of whom sho talked when the neighbors enme in nnd when she wns not talking of tho Bnyneses. I observed thnt she nlwnys said "Mr. and Mrs. Horaco Dunkelberg." They were tho conversational ornaments of our home. "As Mrs. Horace Dunkelberg says," or, "as I snld to Mr. Horace Dunkelberg," were phrases calculated to establish our social standing. I supposed that tho world was peopled by Joneses, Humphries nnd Dunkelbergs, but mostly by Dunkelbergs. These latter were very rich people who lived In dcstl-nntloI Lin-coin- s, mam Reclaimed. and Menln, on both sides of that long, straight road, I am sure I did not see one square foot of soil that was not a pnrt of a shell crater. What had on co been the richest soil of the world Is todny but a waste, mnde so Nation Will Never Be Able to by the shells thnt fell upon It beMake Amends for Damage. cause Germnny sought world domination. This soil has been destroyed by countless thousands of shells falling FERTILE 0IL IS DESTROYED actually one upon another, each digging deeper Into the earth nntll the very subsoil hns been turned over and Innumerable Unexploded Sheila Will tho lnnd mnde worthless for cultivation for yenrs to come, If Indeed It can Precarious-Doub- tful Make Cultivation ever bo reclaimed. If Land Can Do pay Unexploded Shells Burled In Soil. htm. "I hate you." be Innswered. "You're it Minke I" I said We now stood, face to face and breast to breast, like n pair of young roosters. He gave me a shove nnd (old me to go home. I gave him n shove nnd told him I wouldn't. I pushed up close lo him again and we glared Into euclf other's eyes. Suddenly he spat In my face. 1 gave him n scratch on the forehead with my finger-nails- . Then we fell upon each other and rolled on the ground and hit nnd scratched with" feline ferocity. Mrs. Wills ran out of the house and parted us. Our blood was hot, und leaking through the skin of our faces a .little. j "lie pticneu on me, Henry ex- -' plained. ' !i I Go couldn't speak. right home this minute you Willis In nngcr. Don't you ever come JvTrJly' r as Fa l ' BOOK ONE 1 tnnk thn ton n nd started down tho road weeping. What a bitter day thut wns for me! I dreaded to face my aunt nnd uncle. Coming through the grove down by our pite I met With the keen InUncle I'enbody. sight of the father of the prodigal son forty unused to the pranks of children nnd tho tender ofllccs of a mother. Naturally I turned from her to my Uncle I'enbody as a refuge and a help In time of trouble, with Increasing fondness. He hnd no knitting or sewing to do nnd when Uncle I'eubody saf In the house he gave all his time to me nnd we wenthered mnny a storm together ns we sat silently In his favorite corner, of nn evening, when I always went to sleep In his arms. I was seven years old when Uncle Penhody gave mo the watermelon seeds, I put one of them In my mouth and bit It "It nppears to me there's an nwful draft blowln' down your throat," said Uncle Peabody. "You ain't no business en tin' a melon seed." "Why?" wns my query. "'Cnuse It wns mnde to put In the ground. Didn't you know It wus alive?" "Alive I" I exclaimed. "Alive," snld he. "I'll show ye." ne put a number of the seeds In l the ground and covered them, nnd snld thnt part of the garden should be mine. I watched It every day and by and by two, vines came up. One t sickened nnd died In dry weather. Uncle I'eabody snld that I must water the other every day. I did It faith- - ' fully and tho vine throve. It wns hard work, I thought, to go down Into the garden, night and morning, with my llttlo pall full of water, but uncle said that I 6hould get my pay when tho melon was ripe. I had also to keep the wood-bofull and feed the chickens. They were odious tasks. When I asked Auut Deel what I should get for doing them she nn- swered quickly: "Nospnnks nnd bread and butter ayes I" When I asked what were "nospanks" she told me that they were part of the wages of a good child. I was better paid for my cure of the watermelon vine, for Its growth wns measured with n string every day and kept mo Interested. Ono morning I found five blossoms on It. I picked one and carried It to Aunt Deel. Another I destroyed In the tragedy of catching I x Cnnton village. I know, now, how dearly Aunt Decl loved her brother and me. I must havo been u great trlul to thut woman of There llo today on the surface of Dy WRIGHT A. PATTERSON. this land mnny thousnnds of unexploded shells, and there arc burled In What must Germnny pny for? the soil many, many thousands more, Thnt question can be adequately only when It Is remembered each one of them n mcnaco to any thnt Germnny started tho terrible con- farmer who attempts to put a plow flict In ICuropo for no reason other Into tho soil In nn effort to reclaim it And tills land Is destroyed,' ns tho than thnt of conquest nnd loot; stnrt-e- d It only to satisfy the selfish ambi- homes were destroyed, because of Gertions of a selfish people for world man ambition, of Gcrmnn cruelty, of domination. That Is being admitted Germnn lust, of German wantonness today by what Is left of the German and Gcrmnn brutality. Who Is to pny for It? Who Is to nntlon; It Is admitted by those who were directly responsible for tho wnr. risk destruction thnt It may ngnln bo And It Is because Germany started J put Into condition for cultivation, that this conflict for no reason other than It may serve tho purposes of the huthat of conquest nnd loot thnt Ger- man race? Shall the peaceful Belgian mnny owes to the world full payment pensnnts, who had no part In the startfor all the devastation which the war ing of this conflict, suffer their loss Shall these has brought, not only In so far as she without compensation? can pny now, but in so for as she can pensnnts who hnve endured more than pny for generutlons yet to come. four long years of homeless agonies, Among the mnny, mnny sections of who have suffered not nlone the loss Belgium nnd northern Franco that I of homes nnd lnnd but the loss of personally covered, following closely relatives nnd friends ns well, be the on the heels of the retrentlng Hun ones to risk destruction In the effort nrmy, was thnt which lies between to again bring these lands back to a whnt were the cities of Ypres nnd condition where cultivation Is possiMenln, npproxlmotely 20 miles apart. ble? Shall they be blown to bits by Here, before the coming of the Invad- the bursting of these shells; hidden as ing Boche, wns whnt was considered they nre benenth the surface of the the most productive soil of the world, ground, when the plow strikes nnd exand the most Intensely cultivated. plodes them? If undisturbed, those Here In n number of farm villages shells continue to be a menace for lived the Belgian pensant families, years to come, but who are to risk happy, thrifty people, each family their lives In removing them? the small fields which It Could the Amerlenn people generowned. No fences separated these ally, nnd especially the American farmfields, no hedges cut them off from the. ers, hnve seen the sights I have seen Ground Pulverized by Bursting of Big Shells. along this lung.x straight road between Ypres nnd Menln, they would say, as I say, it Is the German who must pay ; It Is tho Gcrmnn who must risk do- ,n t0 p.u th's Iand stru,ctl,onf Which Is the Story, of the Candlo and' the Compass. CHAPTER I. lino The Melon Harvest. Once upon n time I owned n watermelon. I sny once because I never did It ngnln. When I got through owning that melon I never wanted another. The time wus 1KU; I was a hoy of seven nnd the melon was the first of tdl my harvests. I didn't know much nbout myself those dnys except the fact thnt my Ilnynes nnd, further, rt immo that I wns nn orphan who owned n watermelon nnd a little spotted hen and lived on Itattleroud In u neighborhood called Llckltyspllt. I lived with my Aunt Decl and my Uncle I'cabody Buynes on a farm. They were brother and und sister he about thirty-eigh- t gonl she a llttlo beyond the wns-Nnfar-dista- He Delabored the Bed With Tremendous Vigor, Exclaiming "You Dreadful Child!" tho bed with tremendous vigor. Meanwhile, he looked at mo and exclaimed: "You drentlfnl child I" I knew thnt my sins were responsible for this violence. It frightened tne und my cries Increased. The door nt the bottom of tho stairs opened suddenly. Aunt Deel called: "Don't lose your temper, I'enbody. I think you've gone fur 'nough uyes I" Uncle I'eabody stopped and blew as If he were very tired and then I caught a look In his face thut reassured me. Ho called back to bcr: "I wouldn't 'a cared so much If It hadn't 'a' been tho what-no- t and them Mlnervy flowers. When a boy tips over u what-no- t he's goln' it purty strung." "Well, don't be too severe. You'd better como now nnd git mo a pall o' water ayes, I think yo had." Uncle I'cabody did a lot of sneezing and coughing with his big, red handkerchief over his faco and I wus not old enough theti to understand It. Ho kissed mo and took my little band In his big hard ono und led tno down tho long-legge- d he hnd seen me coming "a long wny off" nnd shouted: "Well, here ye be I was kind o worried, Bub." Then his eye caught tho look of dejection in my gait and figure. He Iiur- rteu lowaru me. tie stoppeu as i came sobbing to his feet. "Why, what's the mutter?" he asked gently, as he took the tea cup from my hand, und sat down upon his heels. I could only fall into his anus and express myself In the grief of childhood. He hugged me close and begged mo to tell him what was the mut- ter. "That Wills boy stole my melon," I snld, and the words came slow with sobs. "Oh, no, he didn't." said Uncle I'eabody, "Yes ho did. I 6uw u piece o' tho rln'." of forty. My father and mother died tn a scourge of diphtheria that swept tho neighborhood when I wns n boy of live. A few days nfler I arrived In tho homo of my nuut and uncle I slyly tered the parlor and climbed Uie whatnot to examine some white (lowers on Its top shelf and tlppul the whole thing over, scattering ItH burden of albums, wax flowers and seushclls on the floor. My aunt cuuio running ou bcr tiptoes and exclaimed; "Mercy! Como tight out o' here tills uiluuto you pestl" I took some rather long steps going out, which were duo to tho fact that Aunt Decl hnd hold of my haud, Wlillo I ant weeping fche went back Into tho parlor and began to pick up things. "My wreath I toy wreuthl" I heard her moaning. How well I remember that llttlo assemblage of flower ghosts In wax! They bad no more right to ussoclnto with human beings than the ghosts of Uncle I'cabody used to call fable. them the "Mlnervy Bowers" because they were a present from his Aunt "Well said Uncle I'eabody. stopping, as usual, at tho edge of the precipice. "He's it snake," I added. "And you tit and lie scratched you up thnt wny?" "I scratched lilm, too." "Don't you sny a word about It to Aunt Deel. Don't ever speak o' that miserable melon ng'ln to anybody. You scoot around to the barn, an' I'll be there In a mluuto and fix ye by" up." aud He weut by the road with tho tea I ran nrouud to the lane und up to the stable. Uncle I'eabody met mo there In n moment und brought u pull of water and washed my face so (hut I felt und looked more respectstairs. able. I dreamed that night that a Tho worst wus over for that day, , what-notwith a wax wreath In Its but the Buynes-Wlll- s feud had begun. hands, chased me around the house It led to many u light In tho school und caught and bit me ou tho neck. I yard aud ou the wuy home. We were called for help and uncle came and so evenly matched thut our quarrel found mo ou the floor and put mo back went on for a long time und gathered In bed again. Intensity us It continued. For a long time I thought that Uie One Juno duy Uuclo I'eabody und way a mun punished a boy was by I. from dowu In tho ileitis, saw a thumping his bed. I knew that women fine carriage drive In tit our gate. He hud a different and less satisfactory stopped und looked Intently. method, ror I remembered that my "Jerusalem ho mother hud spunked mo aud Auut Deel "It's Mr, and Mrs. Horace had u wuy of giving iny band and Dunkclbcrg." which hnd crawled Into roadways, and the families that cult!,--! Its cup. In due time three smnll niel- - voted the fields lived not on the little ons appeared. When they were ns farms but In closely built villages of big as a baseball I picked two of them. from 100 to COO people each. Ono I tusted nnd threw away as I Devastation la Complete. ran to tho pump for relief. The other I hurled at a dog on my way to It Is hard to realize today thnt these villages ever existed, that the lnnd school. So that last melon on tho vine had nlong this long, straight rood was ever my undivided affection. It grew In cultivated, ever produced foodstuffs It to size and reputation, and 6oon I for a people.- In foct.wns Is hard In- ever nn rcnllze todny tlmt this learned that a repututlon Is about tho country. worst thing that a watermelon can hnblted Of these peaceful villages, tho living neaulro ulillo It la nn thn vlnn I in. vlted everybody thut camo to tho mnccs 01 uleSL ,urm Ptome- - lnwe 18 house to go and see my watermelon. uo truce left. There are not even piles ntid They looked . It over and said pleas- - of V1""1?' of brokon brick(snots stone ant tilings about It. When I wus a nnil stood. tn mnrlr tho single whern thing There Is no boy people used to treat children nnd they wearwatermelons with a like solicitude. by which the returning peasants, to ily Both wcro a subject for Jests and spot dragging themselves buckthem that and which had been home to produced similar reactions In tho huto their ancestors for almost countless man countenance. generutlons, can mark the place where At last Undo Pcabody agreed with not only their home but their village mo that It was about time to pick the hnd stood melou. I decided to pick It ImmediateI huve seen old men nnd women, ly after meeting on Sunday, so that wenrled by four long yenrs of exile, I could give It to my uunt uud uuclo utnml luiGliln thla rnnrl mid irnzn lom? at dinnertime. When wo got homo ,DK,. over tllL, uevnstnted lnndscape. I ran for the garden. My feet and , nn t,,Tort t0 ocnte g0me fumlllar of our friends nnd neighbors Ject Umt W0Uld rcmlna lhwu of the hod literally worn a pnth to tho mel- - 8no. hnd kuovvn nil their lives. on. In enger hnsto I got my little lind ti,en turn nway wth tenrs on their wiieeiiiurrow ami run witn it to tne checks because they could not hud end of that puth. Thero I found even ono small object that would tell nothing but broken vines ! Tho melon them of the homes, tho only homes, had vanished. 1 ran back to the they had known. house almost overcome by a feeling It was Germun ambition, (ormun of alarm, for I had thought long of cruelty, German lust, German Wantonthnt hour of prldo when I should ness, German brutality, that were the bring tho melon and present It to my cause, of the destruction of these aunt and uncle. homes, of the ugonles of a peaceful, "Uncle reabody," I shouted, "my thrifty people, melon Is gone." Whnt can possibly compensate these "Well, I van I" said he, "somebody peoplo for their loss, tar tho misery must 'a' stole It." they hnve sutfered and must still suf"But It was my melon," I said with fer, for the homes nnd the associations a trembling volco. that are gone forever? No, Germany "Yes, and I vutu It's too bad! But, can never pay In full, but she can conBart, you ain't learned ylt that there tinue tn pay and pay uud pay until are wicked people In tho world who there has been bred out of the German come and take what don't belong to people thut desire for war, that love of conquest, that brutality, that It has em." There were tears In my eyes when taken centuries, almost, to breed into them, und which bus resulted In laying I asked: "They'll bring It back, won't they?" a whole world waste. a all thut 20 miles between Ypres (Continued noxt week.) j n bumblebee J i j J?" for cultivation. ( .... ' ' e- )ellcvc that one condition of the poneo trenty sllouIl, be tlmt Germnny. elther ll8 one nutODi.or proportionately from tho suveru, 8maI1 nati0ns that may be formed out of the German em- pIrei gnouId call ,t8 mitary clnsses to Ule colors eacn ns It hns done In tho pnst; but In place of putting guns Into the hands of these men, nnd training them for tho purposes of wur a wnr of conquest that It should put these men Into tho territories she has devastated, to reclaim the soli and to rebuild the villages, the towns and cities tho Huns have destroyed. Let these Germans, under guard of Belgian troops, take tho risk of destruction; let them guide the plow that may strike the unexploded shell, nnd let Germany pay them the meager wageu of the Gertnun soldier while they ure doing this. Should Pay and Pay and Pay. Thnt would he the nearest thing to an accounting that Germuuy cun render to the world, but sho should pay all that It Is humanly possible for a people to pay who have so ruthlessly despoiled the world. Her people should pay, and pay, and pay, until they have learned beyond the shadow of a doubt that war for tho purpose of conquest, for the purpose of loot, for tho gratification of selfish ambitions. Is the most unprofitable business they could possibly engage In. And remember that the devastation to be seen along the road from Ypres to Menln Is but un example of all the terrible destruction to bo found throughout Belgium and northern France and Serbia und other countries thnt hove been overrun by the st-seeking armies of the Boche. Antl remember, too, that it is not alone tho devastation thut Is to be paid for, but It Is tho work and the tears und the economic loss of every notion that was called Into the struggle to defeat the selfish purposes of a selfish people, that the world might be u decent place In which free men might live. T conque- J i i s Page Four tuk crrizfc WITH THE CHURCHES ol January 23, 10IU. Union Chunk Tho Sunday-schowith cltMea for all at 0:45. Preaching aervlee line. Best Equipment and Service at Lowest Cost. Wo expect soon to resume our at li a.m. Wards for Men and for Women.Sun-parlor- . A cordial invitation is extended united chapels for Monday and Fri Private Rooms, Baths, Electric Service. to all visitors in our city well aa day. Our school lunch is so popular to all citizens to uaite with us In Eye, Nose and Ear Surgery, Care in Child-birtthat wo hnvo recently had a mini these services. Rev. Benson II. Roberts, Pastor GENERAL PRACTICE her of applications from outside to lunch with us. First Baptist Chorea Our seniors have organized Come in and visit an establishment, which is a friend in Sunday-schoat 0:45 a.m. basketball team with Thomas John need, and in reach of all the people. Preaching scrvico at II a. m. son as Captain. Prayer meeting Thursday ovening Our Seventh and Eighth Grade classes aro having somo interesting at 7:30. Robert II. Cowley, M. D., Physician Tho B. Y. P. U. scrvico at 0:15 experiences calculating Harlan Dudley. M. D.. Physician Savings Mrs. Anna Powell Hackett, R. N., Superintendent Bank deposits, compounded ten Wo extend a hearty welcome to MRS. HELEN bTEARN bHARPE, K. N., Assistant years at four per cent. They all Till to unito with us in those scrv hopo to start such aniaccount somo ices. Rov. E. B. English, Pastor m..k l If uuiu in uuj near iiiiurc. The carpentry work is now com Chrislan Church plcted on the new rest room. Mrs Very interesting services woro proved itself during our participation in J. W. Stephens is solicitor and di held last Lord's Day. One person rector of this much needed ndjunc was added to the fellowship of th banking is difficult to say the war. I'm sura she would bn glad to have congregation. Regular services next NEWS OK BEREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM A it. have been conditions a number of people ask her what Lord's Day: Bihlo School at 0:15, VARIETY OF SOURCES they could do to furnish it. fallowed by communion and preach they have been stable and responsive to it It is gratifying to note how many lug. The service will ho along tho the needs of the situation. You should have not missed a day of school this line of preparing the people for our ACCUUMT or DEATH 01 JUHH a. yCar. Keep it up. coming scries of meetings to bo support a bank which supports the system. GABBARD Miss Lou Elliott and Mrs. Will held in March. Deflnito dates Scientific horse shooing, fine iron l'lie following letter is n verbatim Clark visited tho Training School at mado later. The people of Bores work and repairs of all descriptions copy of one received by B. II. Gab- - Knapp Hall last Saturday. and surrounding communities aru at the College Blacksmith Shop, bard concerning his nephew's death We.nrc profoundly grateful to the cordially invited to attend all our Main Street, north of The Citizen in France, and is published in The management of the Robinson Hos- - services. ad. Citizen as a littlo memorial for him. pital and Berea College for their Office. W. J. Hudspeth, Minister. splendid work in keeping the flu Triev, Germany, December, 10, 1918, under such good control in our corn- OBITUARY We Sell hats and sell them right. Co. "E," Cth Infantry, munity. Mrs. Hannah Bratcber Mrs. Laura Jones. ad. Hannah Death came to Mrs Dr. J. Chester Gabbard, Dentist, Mr. B. H. Gabbard, CAPTAIN SQUIRES LEAVES Bratchcr at her homo near Berea, now located up stairs over tho Meat Rear Sir Last week, tho last official of tho January 13nt 12:15 p. m. Sho was Your letter received today in re- Market in tho Coyle Building. Como gard to information of Private John S. A. T. C. unit left Berea. Captain aged 50 years, 8 month- - and 10 days and sec mo in my new location. Squires, commanding officer of the Loving hands administered ever' Tho Rev. Chas. S'. Knight spent B. Gabbard of this company. I regret deeply to bavo to be the Berea unit, has gone to the southern thing in their power, hut death came last Sunday in Hitchins, Carter county. Ho held two interesting ser bearer of sad news, but the above part of tho Stale, where he will tako as a peaceful sleep to her, and our vices iii connection with the Indus named man was killed by machine charge of the military department loss is her gain. gun bullets while gallantly doing of a school there. Hannah .was horn and reared in trial Y. M. C. A. in that place. It was the morning of The remaining members of the the Silver Creek neighborhood, and M. L. Spink, Joe, and Baby Charles his duty. have had their turn of the flu this September 12. this company went former unit "fell in" for the last spent her school days in tho old past week, hut are now recovering. "over the top" at 5:00 a. ni., at St. formation and marched to the depot Silver Creek school house, where, to the familiar old, "one, two, three, under the preaching of tho Rev. Mr A'. X. May is ahle to he about Mihicl. Your nephew was one of the best four, hep! hep!! There Captain James and Rev Holtsclaus, sho was again after a rather severe experiyears ence with the flu. Mrs. May and and most liked soldiers of this Squires expressed his appreciation converted abut thirty-fiv- e their youngest child arc still ill company. He was well thought of f "is command hero and of tho ago. Since that time she has lived honor done him in commanding a true and faithful Christian and a by both officers and men. hut arc improving slowly. deSergeants Batson, faithful worker in her church His duties as a "Runner" made sucn " "nit. Howard hmbree, wiio is now in Waters, and Whilaker expressed whero she will he sadly missed. charge of the Welch Furniture t necessary that he be ono of tho In mind she was unique and tho company's sentiments in having Department, went to Michigan dur- best, as the work requires a man with a cool head and a good nerve, "ad such a man as Captain Squires original; in her dealings, honoring the past week on a business able and fair; as a neighbor of which he had plenty. He was n command. trip for the company. and kind, as their killed while carrying a message Mrs. E. J. Strong and bahy have close attention in her last illness M. C. A. NOTES been quite sick with influenza for from the front lino to Battalion Ono of Ihchest Y. M. C. A. meet- - tcstitled. the past ten days, but arc now mak Headquarters. Card of Thanks Any further information I may be '"gs of the season was held last Sun- ing satisfactory progress toward reWo wish to thank our loving able to give in regard to your av evening. A. w. Trawick or ew covery. nephew will bo gladly given at York City, a "Y" secretary, spok0 to friends and neighbors for their closo LicuL Cyrus Short paid The Cit- your request. about 100 fellows on "Somo of tho attention in the sickness and death izen a friendly call on Monday Sex Problems of tho oung Man." of our beloved one. Respectfully, morning after an absence of four T1'o Bible Discussion Groups havo J. W. Bratcber and familj. x E. J. Donovan, years in the army service. He re1st Lieut., Co. "E," been organized in all the dormitories hTs honorable discharge on ceived and are ready for some interesting Oth U.S. Infantry. IMPROVEJanuary li. Lieutenant Short has and helpful meetings. Every Thurs THE JACKSON STREET MENT LEAGUE been on duty in Mexico, and in dif(lav pveninc from fS r n In 7?1! these The JacksuiSlrect Improvement ferent posts and camps in the United ANOTHER VICTIM OF INFLUENZA crnlln, meet nml everv nnn is nskc.l I.eauue, which has been relatively States, during his term of service. ii.C suvcil monuis OIU oany 01 n hU mvn rrw),I. He spent a few days with his par- cuii-s- l aim Allie UianiOIl UaDUanl 'nv rrhlnv M.o mmnhnlii.. mm inactive for nearly two years, met Richmond Kentucky ents and friends- - in Berea before passed away, January 18, 1910, at ,,!,. nii i.nniinni ihpnnph at the home of Mr. John Dean Mon.......... ... ... I ."C leaving for New York, whero he has uinr UUII10 near UanerSVlllC. Ut- - file week. This vonr n nro trvi.w. day night to culor upon a new accepted a good position. Lieutenant ue Auu May n.ui siaycu long enougn for more members than ever before period of activity?"- Eighteen wer" 10 win ner way into tlie Hearts or n, v M n Short was formerly a. student in u ..nine- - in present whe'n Mr. Dean, the presi" A GUARANTEED "c ll. nor. rr.1 iiu iiiiku ...I... luini I.. Normal department mougll our hn JioIIpp (linn ..vnr hnfnrn. A l,nn. dent, called the meeting to order ininaoiit.Mr. Farmer.bera aaremrdr for ho? cbolar lolj under "Legal Guarantta llond." How 9mMm llnaa that It T HUH After briefly stating tho object of Dr. Logsdon, Dentist, Berea, Ky., hearts aro breaking, we can say noP .,.11. r riven in Hip inn can you afford lo take chances aealnit hoc cbolrra f aaaM wnen yon can eel lnl rtmroy on luch lerrair tho League, and something of tho adp. wuii me wruer oi oiu, inougn wo parlment with S. H. Baker. Bourbon Hoa Cholera Remad firing ner dock, we can ko to work that had been dono by and cn.i tti t livy aa Stephen Green of Pinevillo has WUMUUJ I.ttiAonly rn!r.T.rinlnptht l ru.rftBtr to CD r fck pi nl vkii; 1111 work IwtUr than anr rthrr k Bown rrodr, or II woM W4U wick followed the brief band con- - mrougii u, Mr. ucan oircrca nis oclianrwuauaraiibw. Uu.n. It ia, (LI loo .111. At All ItnwikaB. purchased his former home on WalIIOUIinOM REMEDY COMPANY, tjilnnon. Kr. cert by an interesting talk to moro resignation, urging that another nut Meadow pike. We aro glad to COLLEGE vs. VOCATIONAL Sold by Porter-MooDrug Co. than 200 students assembled at tho w,l miSht And moro timo to dovolo welcome him back to Berea. College won an easy victory over Point at 3:15, lo tho work be elected in his stead. B. P. Allen, a former Berea stu;TIio resignation was accepted, and ocational Monday by tho score of dent and a graduate of tlio '03 class, JO Jno. F. Dean Dodgo unanimously J. W. aWrs40B Professor l0 lo. hacti team has been badly CEMETERY ASSOCIATION lias purchased a farm on tho Walnut chosen for tho position. Mr. Lewis uiiiim:u oi us men ior mo varsity, MEETING DEALERS IN REAL ESTATE Meadow piko near Berea and will but Vocational suffered most. The Tho annual meeting of tho Berea was elected secretary to succeed movo his family to their new home two Berea, Kentucky Mr. Vaughn. teams have each furnished Cemetery Association met last in the near future. Mr. Allen has to the squad. After enrolling members and col dav evening in tho Berea Bank Si Come on to Hcrca! Oct rcatly for been'engagrd in tho banking busiTrust Company building, with Presi- - 'ccting fees, plans were discussed Ihe Winter Term! We havo some ness for several years in Tennessee. improvement oi mo sircoi FRESHMAN sociat. dent T. J. Osborno in tho chair. real bargains in town property and His many Berea friends aro glad to nel(;lilioril0Ol. Mvo COinilllUces The attendance was much hetterl l'he WW f!nllPir KVrwIimnn fin-- .. some farms near town worth tho have him once moro in their midst. tf twenty-tw- o students, slm iori dm than usual, and several new names wer, appointed, ns follows money asked for them. They will Mrs. It. I'. Sellers was called to improvement of tho upper end never he cheaper) and are getting Sandusky. 0.. Tuesday by news of usual program of having a pood woro enrolled for members, as fol of Jackson street, connecting It with Chrisman, George 0. scarcer every day. LoU of people tho death of her father, aged 82 time Monday at vesper hour. Tli0 Mows: social was held in West Parlor of Dick, E. V. Dizney, and Mrs. Frank Short street, Messrs. Clark, Ilcrndon, making money hero on milk sinco years. Dean. Ladies Hall. The hell so familiar "n's- Ihe creamery opened. Why not Lieut. Ralph Hudspeth, who has yet so hated come and get In tho game? Wo havo by llio ypimp men wiio The grading of lots and tho build- - 2. Care and improvement of sideFor the Treatment of boon visiting his parents, Mr. and what you want; if nut, we will find Tuberculosis rmiuenl that place was heard only '"p of a fence were discussed as walks. Prof. Dodpo, Lewis. Knight. Mrs. "W. J. Hudspeth, returned to too soon, 3. Flowors and shrubbery, Mrs. and tho class parted by needed improvements, and a corn- It for you. Maintained by the Louliviile Lexington, Tuesday. He has a po- giving a Anil Tubcrculosii Allocution for See Dean at the Ik'rea Dank and mitteo was appointed to investigate Dean. Mrs. Ilaiisim. Mrs. Haird cheer for the Freshmen. sition at that place. the adequate treatment of tuber i. Street grading and curbing, tho cost. Trust Co.; cntch Ilcrndon on the fly. culoiii In all ill stages at lets than Joseph Wilson, a former Berea iiDOfi) PiiAnnr Respectfully, it is a sacieu (iiiiv Dial if 10 snem Muney. Dean anil Clark. nil. Rates $15.00 per Meek, student, who has been stationed all twin- - n eltv of tho dead" should ho nronerlv 5. Poultry and livestock control, ,ii. board, medical attention, DEAN A HERNDON, NorfoU. Va.. has returned to Ilerca , mo,v ntw, ,inlnflll c to Ogg, Folton and Roberts. cared for. and it Is laundry, etc. High ground comDealers in Real Estate, Decern, Ky. and entered the College department. chape, Snn(Jay The residents of Jarksjon street manding extensive view. DelightFrcn(i'8j,ip th0 odlcors of the Cemetery Asso-nghl on ful surroundings. Special rates for Ii Vogel, pastor of tho Berea with Christ. In his sermon ho re- - eialion tl,!,l "wo of IWea's citizens aro starling in with tho Idea of lira ticltmrnt II rrrufr, M. E. Church, and Ed. Uingham, rep- - minded us that wo were often too ai" ID.M poulblt. far lUnnnlv ""'msline Uiemselves in this making their street tho host and F. L MOORE'S lJ,i n rhihu in Chttf. IUJuU most attractive In town, and earnestmatter resenting tho Minute Men of tho busy to form friendship amnnu nup I '"Portant . . ml M'l... ..! .1 I Church, left Wednesday morning fo owmon. nni nvnn thnnrrli "iiicorsv wuro oiuoiwi ly hope that everv 4lier street will wm1 for Columbus, 0., to" attend tha sometimes becin such friemlshlns l" s,,,'vo ror o onsumg year. name. enter Into vigorous competition ( . .1 World Program Convention of tho it Is more likely that wo would bo- - I.. fit J- - f prosiuoiii; j. w. with them for tho honor. ' ? ''Piieiis, secretary ; Jim. v. uean. Whllo tho Leaguo is primarily for Cincinnati area of tho Methodist come so busy with our worldly af- FOR . "ri-rCentenary. This will bo ono of tho fairs that wo would not find tho r i. risn unu v.. a. t oo business it combines with it most First Class Repairing pleasant social features. The next were also named us iiieini.ers of tlio greatest conventions of Methodists timo to keen them. Jiif B mooting will bo held with Prof, nnd For MEN and WOMEN ever held within this area, its ob- many of us do not tako tho timo lo Executive Committee. AND Mrs. Dodge, on Monday ovening, ject being tho intensifying of tho form that strengthening and beau Men and Women, aires IS Ui 4S who hava flnl.U. Fine Line of Jewelry February 17. vd rivhlh itrad or ita uiulvalenl, ara wanted. FOR SALE l life of the church in every direction tiful friendship with Jesus. Christ, I rum earn county, fur DUlne ayln lxilllon up to f I2S a month. Chances for promotion irum, MAIN ST. a uesiraoio nomo in ucrea on uon- to meet the vital world problems ot BEREA. KY. Kuwrlence NOT neceuary. Wa train you, Wall tor street. Largo lot, good garden, the hour. this: NOTICE FOR SALE COUPON ,)lftllty of fru,t Fiv0 room colo. All persons having claims against IMtAL'flllON'S. Naihvllla.Tenn., Iloa j nunniiiK it nun, -i .li. ii Get the ..ni.i 0Ullou""',,'s- James A. Anderson, deceased, will Dcnu uariicuiara oi your iruHaitlon. every day. Would trade for lato 1 and house and yard. Never falling prosont samo to mo for collection, THE WOMAN'S INDUSTRIAL model Ford car. water at door. 1,500 will buy if properly verified, between now and R. L. Potts & Son, (Name) will resume its work on Monday, sold now. February 1, 1010, or claim will bo Whiles Station, Ky. January 27, at ono o'clock, at the Phono 150-J. A. Wyalt, barred, 3 Parish Hoiibu (Union Church). 2891 Williams ave., Mrs. Emma Anderson, Executrix Henja Exchange. adv. 31 Cincinnati, Oakley, U. Berea College Hospital h, PUBLIC SCHOOL NOTES F. P. nixnr. Prlnrlnal Notwithstanding several castM of lliKin the community, attendance is u ol The Federal Reserve System has It might what without LOCAL PAGE With Best Blacksmithing Berea National Bank The Prospects are Bright for A Happy New Year We anticipate a lively unex-ccption- cd mand for Women's Apparel in all lines, and have the goods ready for your Give Ut a Call 1 B. E. BELUE CO. Legally 1 i,i, - Bc-ro- a's her-mis- 1 1 CURE a I 1 BaaaM re Fri-thr- ee ir io 1 Hazelwood Sanatorium C. '' . I a nrn i Jewelry Store $125 A MONTH AvoidKBtlll v. January 23, 1010. THE CITIZEN OBERLIN I Page Fivi WHEN THE BOYS COME HOME UNIVERSAL MILITARY TRAINING The Citizen A fanUy Nawipaper for all that trua, and Interacting rnbMthwl right mrt Thurdr Mitor-U-Ck- t Kf. ALUMNI ENTERTAINED Collcgo alumni of Korea College were entertained last Monday evening by Professor and Mrs. John Franklin Smith at their homo on Jackson street. 'Tho Ohcrlin YANK AMBULANCE UNIT DECORATED BKREA PUBLISHING CO. " On WM. C. FROST, " Subscription fUtct PATAHLK IN ADVANCE 86 Bit Mantha W Thraa Maalfca Hand maaay br Poat-orn- c or Kipraaa Mon and two Ordar. Dm 1, Kaslilarad Iltar, or cant (taaaaa. Tha dau altar rwr nama oa labal thorn t to what data four ubacripllon U paid. If II ii not ehaocad wlOiln thraa wraka attar ranawal notlf Titi 11.50 m oa. MUtn( numbtra wlU ba alajlf luppllxl if wa aranatlflad. Liberal trrma firm to an who obtain naw ub acriptloaa fsrut. Anr one tending; ut four jraarly ubacrlptloat can racalta Tha CiUian (raa for ona yaar. Aarartlilaf ratraon appllration. HOW SHALL WE COMMEMORATE THEIR VICTORY Hy Windsor T. While, President, Tho White Company, Traversing tlio Campagnn di lluinn, Italy, is tho world's most historic highwuy. Time anil foe have all hut hlolted out the grandeur of ancient Home, hut tho Applan Way, in almost perfect condition, has withstood the ravages of twenty-tw- o centuries. It stands today a monuskill ment to Human end an cndor?ncnt of tho part played hy good roads in enabling tho Human Empire for so long a limo to subdue every would-b- e conroad-buildi- th queror, France is triumphant today because she has long recognized the military valuo of good roads. In winning the war, summed up by Lord Curzon as n "victory of Allied motors over German railroads," the highways of France were of vital Importance Verdun was saved, the great Somtno defense mada possible, the Chateau Thierry victory achieved ' through tho ability of French roads to carry steadfastly the mighty engines of Mars. And France plans to further her excellent system of highways by build ing a Sacred Way from Alsaoe t tho North Sea, as a lilting monument to her valiant troops. We of America are discussing suitable memorials to our fallen and returning troops. Shall such memorials bV cold, useless and often shafts of stone; or useful, high educating and health-givin- g ways Victory Hlahwayat Mora monument., perhaps, havo been erected to the honor of the im mortal Lincoln than to any other thes-Yet are many of man. as beneficial from any standpoint as the great Lincoln highway that bands the continent? Investigators tell us that the economic and moral lllire of any community is determined by the condition of its highways. .Not lo lls schools, nor its church spires, nor its hanks nor its factory chim neys, but by its roads. (ive a community the right kind of roads and these, other indications of ad vnncemcnt are sure to follow. What more tilting monument, then, can we build in honor of our heroes than memorial roads? How on'n any stale, county or community belter stabilize the achievements ol its valiant sons than in a permanent road dedicated to them? And all of these to be planned and built so as to rorni a great system of Victory Highways. Victory Highways, that tho lasting defense of America shall he made certain. Victory Highwayr. on which schools will bo erected to teanh our children the arts of peace Victory Highways, over which food will iilovo from farm to city and manufactured products back to the land. Wo may study to obtain the moid tlao magnltlcent eliects in stone ami bronsso and marble; wo may plan to erect shafts to the very clouds; wo may hope to dwarf anything that has been dono in colossal architect ure. Hut nowhere can we Ilnd a better way Inappropriate the mem orial offerings of a grateful nation f porma than in the construction nont roads which In their comple tion will form n great system 'of Victory Highways. ng Tho homo wus prettily decorated with Into autumn leaves and attractive bowers; and with tho names of Obcrlin streets, and walks, anil favorite haunts, the pleasant home was transformed into 11 typical scene of Obcrlin town, where tho guests, as hoys and girls, once loved to roam. Obcrlin College songs were sung, student doings and misdoings were were related, and reminiscences given in a garrulous way that outclassed tho most golden Sophomore days. II had been expected that tho old and older alumni of Obcrlin College who are now in Ilerea would bo present. When Doctor Roberts, Dean Raymond, Mr. Hart, Doctor Cowjoy, and others who dote on hlrth-day- s, were grouped together, one was heard to say, with nppolo-glto Oliver Wendcl Holmes, "Hav0 any old men got mixed up with in boys?" One of the girl graduates of tho class of 16, or '8(1, or some other six, remarked that any collego that does not afford experiences worth relatyears ing for tho next Iwcnty-flv- c after graduating must ho a staid institution. After, the stories of last Monday night by one time Ohcrlin Collego student that institution cannot he called staid. Tho music, n la Obcrlin Conscrvn-toriuby Professor and Mrs. Smith, assisted, by Doctor Duilloy, with Miss Martlndalo ns accompanist, gnyitly added to the enjoyment of the evening. Peculiar pleasure AVas felt by all through tho presence of President and Mrs. FrosL Tho other guests were Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Martindalc, the father and mother of Mrs Smith, and her sister, Miss Janet Martin-dal- e, Rev. Dr. and Mrs. II. II. Robln erts, Dr. and Mrs. Cowley, Mrs. A. Dean, Mrs. M. E. Marsh, Dr. and Mrs. Dudloy, Mrs. J. W. Ralnc, Lieutenant Forrester Ralne, Mr1 and Mrs. D. W. Hart, Miss Ellen Raymond, Professor and Mrs. Rigby, Miss Fay Fesscndcn, Doctor and Mrs. Raymond, Doctor and Mrs. Meade. (Signed) Ep Isotlo Hat. es m, Bcn-jam- . f tl i trench army decorating the colors of the S. S. U. hi Oil, United Slntca nmliulnnce service, attached to the French army, with the Crolr de Ollcrre. . . KENTUCKY NEWS (Conllnuid from Fag Ona) This should bo good news to the stockholders as It means the best possiblo service for all interested In tin1 company. ACADEMY SENIOR SOCIAL Tuesday night, from 7:00 to 9:00, the Senior Class of the Academy department were entertained in the Girls' Gymnasium. Tho room was artistically decorated with the Academy colors, red and green. The floor was covered with rugs and the whole scene set off by a cozy fire in the big ilreplace. Many games wcro played, with good musical accompaniment. Refreshments were serv ed to all and marshmallows were toasted in the glowing coals. Tho Grand March was executed. The girls were accompanied to James Hall by their last partner and all expressed their enjoyment of the event. Sergeant John Craft of Camp Lee. Va., is visiting friends herb for a few days. Sergeant Craft has se cured his discharge and may enter school here. He is remembered by many friends of tlto Academy de partment and was employed in tho Treasurer's olllce before his en- HstmcnL Mrs. Lou Moody and children arc ill in the College hospital. Miss Fannio Dowden of Paint Lick is visiting her sister, Mrs. W. C. Haley, who is ill with influenza. Mrs. J. G. Baxter of Richmond was visiting friends and relatives hero during the week end. Lebanon Witnessed a Destructive Firs MOUNTAIN DREAMS Hark! Pine Mountain is calling Tho call of tho Cumberland. Hark! to the irectops moaning, Their strange and weird chant. Hark I tho birds sweet singing, In the stinkissed boughs above. Hark! to the chipmonks innings And tho lonesome call of tho dove. They tell a strange weird story, Trail of tho Lonesome Pine, or tho Killing Rock, the Raven Rock, And the High Rock most sublime. They tell us of strife and passion, Since the days of Daniel Hoono; Of feuds without compassion, Of "stilling", by tho shine of the moon. Of the Behold the beauties of nature, As for as our eye can see, From the breaks of Dig Sandy to Cumberland Gap, And down into Tennessee; A chain of Emerald mountains Heaved up by titanic hand, In wildesCof confusion, A barrier through the laud. There, tho sunny slopes of Vir ginia, Here, tin dark and bloodyground Of gallant old Kentucky, llelow the gap of Pound. Here, Letcher, Knott, Hell, Harlan, There. Dickinson, Wise and Lee, All famed for coal and iron, And great hospitality. As long as mountains of old, Now. as in greet you, Mountains will have their virtue, .Mountains will have their "faults." I want to dwell forever, In their realms, on high, And listen to tho secrets, Of I he Trail of the Lonesome Pine. das January Ii!. 1UID. S. A. Mory. (Continued WORLD NEWS Trom Pig Ona) Firo which originated on tho second floor of tho large milk feeding and poultry packing plant of S. II. Grlnstcnd Company at Monday morning destroyed it together with the grocery owned by John L. Powell, and badly damaged the implement and feed store of L. A. Collin. The total loss will approximate $100,000 and is only covered by insurabout one-ha- lf ance. It is not known how the lire originated. When first discovered flames were issuing from a skylight on tho main building of the Grinstcad plant. An alarm was sounded and tho fire department was quickly on Mie scene, but so rapidly did the flames spread they were soon beyond control. Twelve thousand chickens that were being fed were roasted alive. Dressed poultry valued at $20,000 is in two refrigerator rooms buried under the debris, and until It can be removed it is not known whether or not this joultry has been ruined. The Grinstead plant was one of tho NORMAL DEFEATS ACADEMY largest, if not tho largest, pf tho In avory closely contested Basket kind in the State. Dressed poultry gamo Monday afternoon in tho valued at $10,000 and 32,000 worth of ball to havo been shipped Gymnasium, tho Normal team de feathers were feated tho Academy team with the by tho Arm this week. resulting score of 13 to 10. Tho gamo was fast and several excellent Articles of incorporation wore tiled Tuesday by tho Kentucky Federa plays wcro made by both teams. The score stood in favor of tho tion of Woman's Chilis. Tho purpose Academy during tho early part of is to bring together tho representagamo and even in tho last half tives of various clubs of women en the though they were gaged in tho work of education, ceo it began to look as destined to bo tho victors, when nomical culture, philanthropy, civics day for tho Noror charity. The corporation is not Richards saved tho organized for pecuniary profit, and mal hy shooting two Held goals in succession. has no capital stock. The line-uwere: Academy Normal According to a statistical table F Watson Richards comparing .tho farm production in Hughes Sanders F soven southern states, Kentucky Drown p Baloi leads them all in its production of Durk G Caso corn, tobacco, hemp, horses, milch Carteo G Porter cows, beef cattle, poultry, sheep and wool. It comes second in wheat, Don't Tease Child. potatoes and hay. There nro moro Tensing has ruined the disposition registered Jersey caltlo in Shelby of raauy a child. The parents nro not county, Kentucky, than in any likely to be guilty of such conduct, but county in tho Union. Valuo of older children In the family, or some other relative, may niuke the child's 800,000,000, properly is farm Soventy-flv- o per cent of Its popula life utterly nilsernble by constant teasIntending to ing. A thoughtless tion is rural. 200,000 farms; averago be playful, will keep adult, struggling a child over 3,000. Corn for some object, almost allowing him value per farm Tobacco crop to get It over and oVr nguln, only to crop $200,000,000. $100,000,000. thwart tho child's purpose, nnd so cuusItiK a wenrlns Irritation. There will be no corn show or GENERAL PETAIN tobacco show this year in connecoction with Farmers' Week which curs January 28 to 31, ut tho University of Kentucky. The alfalfa show, however, will bo hold in tho usual manner and a handsome premium list will bo provided. The crop of alfalfa was exceptionally good last year but on account of a scarcity of labor, many farmers neglected to halo their hay or to save bundles of plants for exhibition. fou-o'clo- ck God-fearinps When tho boys come home, what will they bring with them? Some will bring much moro than others. All will bring visions of what they have seen; visions which Should never be forgotten, by the boys or by their friends. Hero nro somo of them: The meaning of authority. The exact number of minutes in an hour. The Importance of concentration; only things military on hand, morn ing, noon and night: no distracting sidelines allowed during active service. Inefllcicncy, tho unpardonable offence; no men nor materials wanted which do not actually accomplish tho purpose for which they arc em ployed. The "dead-linof llfty years, an arrant absurdity, in military life, with such names as Haig and Foch and Pershing and Liggett breaking on the air. The prcciousness of tho Y. M. C. A. , , .1 ... i i .1, mil, as ii.. oest, avanuuie suusu? uiu lute in camp and field for tho church and tho home. The incstimablo valuo of such unseen things ns faith, hope, love, truth, justice, right morale. The relative small valuo of any and all things whose worth can bo measured in mere hundreds of mil lions of dollars. The valuo of a clean, strong, true man, at home or in France. The unspeakable prcciousness of the "White Christ," as tho Only and Savior. Hut, when tho boys come home, what will they find? What have they a right to look for? Some things like these: g, prayerful spirit in A the nation. The word of God given the first place and things spiritual given tho right of way by tho individual and tho family. Tho family altar in every Christ ian home. The will and commands and promises of our Lord Jesus Christ, the central theme and authority in every o" 1 Tho Bishop of Oxford, a prelate of the great Church of England, anil, we suppose, tho representative of 1 most conservative diocese in Great Britain, has written nn article upon tho subject, "Tho Peace and After," tho most interesting part be ing observations relative to univer sal military service in Great Britain. Upon this subject tho Rt. Rev. Bishop says: I dread to hear it proposed in this country to make permanent provision for universal military service. I know that tho motives of those who desire to see this may bo good. They seo tho ndvanUigo for the youth of military service. It leaches discipline. But it seems to me ipi lie impossiblo that you can go so far in turning all nations into armed corps, without developing and maintaining the military spirit in all nations, which arc sure to break out in wars. Militaryism has a great fascination, and it is not too much to say that the privileged classes look upon the discipline of the army as tho surest method of quelling the rising power of democracy. Wo congratulate tho. Bishop upon his capacity to put a great deal Into a very short space. He covers the field very well, excepting only tho matter of expense. As ho says, many of thoso who advocato universal military service nro inspired bp tho best of motives. Many of them it is this country of which wo aro really dread that now spraking America will some day bo overrun as was Belgium unless we keep constantly 1,000,000 or more men under arms. Others honestly think that military training will be of grca advantage to the youth of the land. There arp still others who rely upon military discipline to quell the rising power of democracy, and mako the people "obedient" that is, willing to let others think and act for them. Moreover, there is nothing moro truo than tho Bishop's commentary that a system that turns a nation into an armed camp in time of peace is paving tho way for war. church. Tho article of tho Bishop of Ox Messages fearlessly delivered by Ambassadors of God, introduced by ford is all tho more important it comes right after a public 'Thus saith the Lord." Ambassadors nothing to do with their own statement by Prime Minister Lloyd-Georhave of Great Britain, that ho private views and opinions. They hopes to sec matters so adjusted at speak only for their Sovereign. Tho culture, richness and inspira- the peace conference that military conscription in time of peace will tion of a Christian reverence, and sacredncss becoming not prevail anywhere in Europe the Lord's Day, the Lord's House and Surely, if thoy propose to wash thoir conscription in hands of peace-tim- e tho Lord's Worship. Reliance upon the infinite wisdom Europe, we can afford to put tha and power of the Holy Spirit as our suggestion aside in America. We will add only one word about Lord's supreme gift from tho Father, for tho enlightening, guidance and tho expense. Wo have heard advocates of great standing armies in energizing of1. His. people. A holy, Christian home, a church America in time of peace try to cast alhrill with tho glorious lifo of her tli is consideration aside by polito Lord, arc priceless treasures. Such observations such as "Damn the exhomes and such churches tho hoys pense." That is the way people have a right to look for when they think in timo of war, but they will J.G.G. think very differently in time ot comeback. peace. Already thcj-- is a wide and reasonable demand for a reduction of taxation. Hut we will have to Considerate Man. Friend Husband (reading) It tells pay tho interest on our debt after here about a man who, when he found tho war and bear our share in tho tfie family cat sleeping In the coal bin, cost of reconstruction. Unless uniImmediately ordered a ton of soft coal. versal military training be imperFriend Wife Oh, whaddy think of ative because of world conditions, thnt. I'll bet you that's Just a news- we think tho item of expense alono paper story. would tlcter Congress from altejnpt-in- g such a gigantic experiment ns universal military training in AmerTo Seize Ballots In Ford Contest Washington, Jan. 20. In the ica. Louisville PosL Michigan senntormr election t contest the senate elections commit Sea Stuff. Deef. tee decided to hnve the senate serHe looked hei onr nnd nuked her geant nt nrms take possession of nil to sail the sen of matrimony with him. bnllots, poll books, nnJ other evidence to be held for future When she said O. K. (or words to that examination. An Immediate Investiga- effect) they launched out with n little smack. A wave of color swept over tion Is not planned. her cheeks and her eyes swiim In tears. ,,., bc-ca- uso ge, y MADE MARSHAL OF FRANCE Major Clias. M. Harris, State Son- FLAVEL FELTON DIES IN FRANCE tntiiists is slill strong enough to bo received by Dean a menace. It is his apparent pur- ator representing Jessamine, WoodA personal letter Clark recently contained tho sail pose (o retire from tho chief place ford and Scott counties, nnd Prosi-- ( news that Flavel Folton, a former in the Republic hut he wishes to see dent pro loin ot tho Kentucky Sen- -, Vocational Bludent, had died of the nation guaranteed a pcacotut ate, who hits been s'crving ns Chief wounds on November t, in an l.vne period for industrial development. of Division in tho Judgo Advocato General's ollli'o in Washington, durnation Hospital in France. ing tho war, has recoived his honIn letters which ho wrote sinoj For some time American interests leaving Ilerea he bpoko of his love have been talking of the purchase orable dischnrgo from tho army and returned to his homo in Versailles, ami of Lower California, which now for "the old Collego"-(Uer- ea), where ho will resume ills law prac- -, return when of his determination to to Mexico. A bill has recently ho had done something worth while been introduced into Congress to to "finish up what I had begun." that end. The governor of Jhat proi vince protests against such action Instinct of Brotherhood. and nsserts that tho population will The moment we cuu use our posses not submit to such a chango. Tho slous to any good purpose ourselves, peninsula lias soma locations that the Instinct of conmiunlcutlng that use to others rises hide by vide with our are stratcgio in case of war for tho purpose of defense. power. HusWIu. tice. Major Harris' duties had to do with reviewing disciplinary nnd court martial cases. Bank-Note Engraver. It Is said that there are scarcer? more than 100 men In the whole world who ure trained to be expert buuk-noengravers. ' . r IV i ' I lie w r n llefurii u gatliirltiit of the most brlllluut military leuu i chief of the French untiles In the Held, was awarded III IimIoii of marshal, the highest honor bestowed by Fram e, by President I'olneare In Metz, President I'olncurc l tJwwn presenting the tialou to Marshal 1'etuln, Plreclly behind ure Marshal J off re, Marshal Foch, Field Marshal Sir Doiicla llalg, (leiierul Pershing, (Jeueral Clllluu of tho Itelglun army, a Portuguese general and (leneral lluller of the 1'ollsh iiriny. In Pace Six THE CITIZEN January It's nut tt, mil. , MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spence, Farm Demonstrator and Special Investigator SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG 1st Door Training that adds lo your general education. FOR YOUNQ MEN Agriculture, Carpentry, Bricklaying, Printing, Commcrco and Telegraphy. FOR YOUNG LADIES Home Science, Dressmaking, Cooking, money-earning I the r to (It In n c nrrlMa and coun chnnKA your talk, whra ttiA tark In your boot, t down mn that' afoot, and walk and you'll you feel quickly mado. Cut a ploco of light of Ilockcasllo and S'outhorn MadI- - board three or four feet long. To "lis nail uprights, six Indies long, Counlios: Tlio time has come for all of tho set tho width of tho rows. Fasten niimU Island Red breeders lo getltho wholn thing to tho rnko. With together and discuss tho fuluro of this, tho rows can bo mado straight nna 1110 uistanco apart. I ho business. fenco is really a A chicken-tigThere is a weal demand for eggs County necessity. It may bo a littlo moro hatching purposes. for Agent Spence received a messago labor and oxpenso at first, but, onco from D. D. Slade, Slalo rouitry mini, u win require-- no moro auon- pcclalisl. staling that thcro would lion for years and will savo much trouble. Wo used to build ours with In- - a demand for all tho flhodo Island Hod eggs that could be produced in the two end fences in sections, lighl- nailed to tho posts. Thon In hU territory. Saturday afternoon at two o'clock, plowing, wo took tho fonces down January 25th, in room 33, Industrial and turned around in tho adjoining Building, Borcu, tncro will do a ociu insicua oi in mo gnrucii. mis special meeting for all farmers, both saved spading th0 ends; nnd In cul-iihand women, who nro raising, or livating, it saved tramping down ' :irn inloros led in raising Ilhode tho growing plants. Am' when It comes to cultivating Island lied if your garden cannot bo A state poultry specialist will ad- - time, dross the Ilhode Island lied breed-- ; worked properly with the corn Cilhoeing, then lers at this meeting. It is requested tivator and just a littlo that all of those who arc now rais- - for tho sako of your garden and your ing the Rhode Island Reds especially own temper, gel a wheel hoo. Willi hoo, the attend this meeting. interested in poultry you'll break your back, and possibly All who are in any way arc invited to attend, one or two of tho commandments, this meeting. Our specialist is a trying, lo keep tho weeds down and poultry specialist and not a "Red", Hie soil loose. Hut the best thing specialist. Hie Red breeders arejuiioui wie ne i wis, me women nreod to hp nrescnL because of such folks think it is a lot of fun to run it. Oct tho point? a demand for tho Red eggs. And by all means, eel tho garden. ,, , kn(n v0Ilp hloftd mir ,.,,-- , BEE KEEPERS B1EETING Saturday, January 18th, tho beolvnn lnin(, umhrP ntl(1 vmIr snirii keepers of Berea and vicinity met - wifo Am, and discussed bee keeping, partic-- l J. , k nn, stlpI, , . f.0.v ularly winter packing and feeding. after all Mr. Niswonger, our Stale Beo The people of Berea .who expect lo Specialist from Lexington, led tho; havp ft panIpn ar0 jm.j(p(1 (n ,iaV), discussion. Many interesting tiling? a number of conferences with Mr. were brought out by the questions Pert Coddinglon on Center street-li- e's asked and discussed. a gardener. After the discussion was over, a Held meeting was held at Mr. C. I. Farmer Turns Sandy Tract egg's, where winter bee packing of Land Into Flourishing was observed and discussed.' Mr. Forest Within Few Years Ogg has his bees packed according Many to government instructions. Knglund and Scotland are preparing of the fanners at this meeting de- lo replant forests which have been cut to provide war supplies. They are dotheir bees. cided to winter-pac- k Mr. N'iswonger suggested that the ing It now. Never before have those ''untrlrs been beo keepers of this section organize Hunting ranges so bare of timber. nnd sporting grounds a bee keepers association for Hie have been sacrificed to supply munipurpose, of pushing Hie bee business. tion factories at home and armies By having an association, Hie bee abroad. The old forests were prl-- t keepers can get together and dis- innrily ornamental and Incidentally cuss their bee problems and thereby useful, bnt those which are now being become better acquainted with each deliberately provided for will be primarily useful and Incidentally orother and tho bee business. namental, says Popular Mechanics Mr. N'iswongcr can meet with the .Magazine. association from time to timo when In the United Stales wo are not In iin could not visit eacli individual. xo much need of tree plantlnc as they Wo get thru the association, infor nre In the British Isles. Hut there lire two kinds of timber which the war de- mation and inspiration rnl has greatly depleted, and thej Tlio next bee meeting will be in April. At this meeting, the bee are VI nils of much importance, locust keepers hope to organize a beo and black walnut. considThere Is keepers association. Every beo man ered in theanother point to be trees planting of thee in this section should attend this They can be grown on sandy tracts of meeting and become a charter mem- land whlrh are now considered of no ber of the ilrst bee keepers as- value, and thus reclaim this land. An excellent Illustration of what sociation at Berea, Kentucky. can be accomplished In the way of reI claiming useless land through the THE FARM GARDEN Health, convenience, economy, and planting of trees has been carried out often domestic peace, demand Hint during the lust six or eight years by a of Whiteside county, Illinois. every farmer have a truck ganlon, resident years he lias accomplished the In those but in loo many cases it is either seemingly Impossible task of turning left for the women folks to make, w some 70 acres of sand, formerly as bar is neglected entirely. Tlio men feel ren ns the desert of Sahara. Into a that their timo is required for nourishing forest. Nor Is that all; for larger things. This mistaken no- this forest, uctlne ns a sand binder, tion is due to tho fact that many has been the means of having other Inroads of the acres from lay out a garden lo produce tho fertile sand, the the ''rifting total result being farmers do not understand how to that the farm linn Increased several host results with tho least labor, times In value. The undy tracts, lilrli, before being planted to trees, and also becauso they fail to realize tho many advantages of having fresh were practically worthless, ar now worth anywhere from $T0 to $100 an vegetables handy to the kitchen. tern. All doctors agree that spring vegetables come just when we need them CINCINNATI MARKETS. most. The blood is heavy and clog, ged with impurities from the winHay and Grain. ter diet. With tho coming of warm Coin No U white l.."'ii1 III. No spring days, wo need not only a No. 1 eliow ( '! while .ohsingo in diet, but tho blood needs (fpl.ni. N. :t jeiinw $i..-.-. I.4N. No : mixed .SI t.'.jl 17. No. X i.ilxtxl l i: a thoro cleansing as woll. Fresh OI.-J.1wl.1spring vegetables serve both pur- ear $l.X'i i-V.ear SI. ear IT. '" i "T ! mled poses admirably. Sound ll:i- - Timothy, per 'en. r neLike everything elso, the farm gar-du- n ed from ...x.--'t . :il.."iO. ttu.u eii ei must bo managed with Judgment mixed JI..slliL't..4i, mill siil..,il elukui in order to got the most out of it with Oals- - No. tf white TS'iflTlc. WiiiiiI-artho least outlay of timo and labor. while 7:ifc7.H No H while TV1 Thore must bo Judgment exorcised 'it'h; mixed Tll&tyTHc, No. il mi- in soleoting tlio plot, in laying it TOty'rtTIVic out, in planting, and in cultivating. Butter, Eggi and Poultry. If possible, the gardon should bo Butter -- Whole milk creamery ex. near tho house. Tho reason for this Iran "(Hie, centralized rioumri-- ex(Klc, firms title. is obvious; but, of course, tho most tras L'ggH s Mix important thing is lo select soil that ordinary I'rlme Ilrst fl7e, firsts is rich and fortilo and easy to work. Live Poultry Springers under I Hence, a good plot, oven tho It bo His, .'Sc; fowls, ft iln and over. :Mc; iiiio distance out in tho fields, will do ;i'i lbs anil over, 'J It; roosters, 18c provo moro satisfactory than a poor Live Stock. plot near tho houso. If in tho fields, Cuttle Shippers $12 KMO, butcher tho garden can often be arranged at steers, extra ?l.'115, good to choice to fair the end of a cornfield so that the $11j13, common$U(pV2M, $701O.N), good to extra potatoes, sweet corn, and other heifer, $10Q11, common to fulr $79 choice hardy vegetables can bo cultivated 0.50, cows, oxtru $9.00 10.W). Culves-Kx- tra !M7017..1O. fair to when the corn is plowed. Wherever tho garden is, it needs plenty good $136'17, common and large WP VI. of well rotted manure. Hogs Selected heavy shippers A garden arranged in beds looks 117.40, good choice puckers and but t ilnice, but for tho farmer, tho long ers (17.10. staus .flOlL'. common lo sows choice rows uro belter becauso they re- shippersheavy fatIfi, pig J 11' Id, light (110 lbs aud $H.oOf quire less labor. It saves a lot ot less) SUQ'll. POULTRY Help Paint tho County Rod To All lUiodo Island Hod Breedors Kmo and troublo to uso a marker lo lay out tlio rows. A marker Is PEOPLE DI8HES IN 8EASON. It; Ami this It the Truth an I whoever cried out for Muit think It nnd live It nnd be It, And the wnra ot the world wilt crane. pcr, ,, I Berea's Vocational Schools power, combined with I I MORE GOOD THINGS. ht Peanut butter Is nn Invnlunhln food. all ready to use, nnd new ways to com bine It nrc springing up every ility. Peanut Dutter 8oup. Tnke three tuhlcspoonfuls of peanut butter, ndd n tnhlespoouful of Hour, anil stir over the hrnt until well blended, then add n littlo cold milk until smooth, nnd then n pint of scalded milk which his been seasoned with a slice of onion, salt nnd pnprlkn to taste. When hot serve with toasted crackers or croutons. Peanut Dutter Dlicultt. Roll out rather thin n nice biscuit dough, spread with peanut butter, roll up, cut In pin wheel rolls nnd put to bake In a well greased dripping pan. Sprinkle the biscuits with n little brown sugnr If desired or bake plain. For nn emergency nandwlch when on n trip, two slabs of sweet chocolate put together with peanut butter makes n most satisfying meal. Luncheon Salad. A slice of tomato on hendlettuce, a few tips of asparagus, nnd over nil a sprinkling of cream cheese put through a sieve or rlcer. Serve with mayonnaise dressing. Melt four Oatmeal Muffins. of butter In u cupful ot warm, cooked oatmeal, sift together n fourth of a cupful of sucur. a cupful of Hour, four tenspoonful of baking towder nnd n tcnsioouful of salt, ndd the oHttneHl. one egg beaten light, nnd Mix thorough-ti half cupful of milk. Iron nnd l.ijke In hot for 'i" minutes. Orange Jelly. Cut two oninges nnd one lemon It, quarters, then cut ench quarter Into thin nllce. there will lie n pint of fruit, over this pour three pints if water mill let stand over wlclit. The next day let It cook until the peel Is very tender, then drip through a Jelly hng, pressing out nil the Juice. Add two nnd n halt cnpfuls of hot s n car nnd cook until a Jelly Is formed. This will make three glasses. Add the peeling to one nnd n half cupfuls of sngnr and n fourth of n cupful of water, simmer until nil 'the sugnr Is absorbed. This may be used for various puddlmrs and as u garnish as well us a tlnvor for enke. s d Cut tho centers from finger rolls, fill with crentned chicken, mushrooms or sweetbreads. Set ""lYrtS ''ito the oven nnd toast tho top, Garnish with parsley. Sandwiches. Hot Cheese Cut Nursing, Stenography and Typewriting. the bread thin, butter tho slices nnd lay a slice of on ench ! cheese season with salt, peper, and u pinch of mustard. Place tho sandwiches In n (ouster nnd toast both sides n delicate brown. Sweet Pickled Muikmelona. Thli Is it good wuy to use underripe melons ; cut In slices nnd remote the rind nnd seed ortlon. To ench quart of water ndd n fourth of a cupful of salt ; pour this over tho sliced melon nnd let stand overnight Drain nnd put to cook In boiling salted water. Cook but n few pieces at n tlmu nnd reinoro ns soon u they nro tender. If cooked longer they will bo mushy. For seven pounds of melon make n simp using four pounds of sugnr, three cupfuls of vlnegnr, half n cupful of cloves, n cupful of cinnamon bark. Pour over tho melon nnd let stand overnight, then drain off the sirup, pack the melon In Jars, reduce the sirup by boiling and fill the Jaret. 2nd Door Berea's Foundation School General Education for those not far advanced, combined with soma vocational training. No matter what your prcsonl advancement, we can put you with others like yourself and give chance for most rapid improvement 3rd Door Berea's English Academy Course mi For those who aro not expecting to teach and who are not going thru College and desire more general education. It also gives tlio best general education for tlioso who wish a good start In study and expect to carry it on by themselves. 4th Door Berea's Normal School long-handl- ed This gives tho best training for those who expect lo teach. Courses are so arranged that young pcoplo can teach through tho summer and fall and attend sehool through the wintorand spring, thus earning money to keep right on in their courses of study. Read Dinsmoro's great book, "How to Teach a District School." 5th Door Berea's Preparatory Academy Course , This is the straight road to College best training in Mathematics, Science, Languages, History and all preparatory subjocts. The Academy is now Derea's largest department 6th Door A Berea College ,,., ,,....- This is the crown of tho whoie Institution, and provides standard courses in all advanced subjects. For Temporary Raise in Board is forced by war conditions. e years the board has remained the samo in Berea, but the unusual situation in which the whole country finds itself now makes 11 impossiblo for us to live on the samo money as we have in the past This adds ? 15.60 lo the former expenses of the girls and J2S.G0 to the expenses of tho boys, for the year, but still leaves tho cost half that at other schools and "cheaper than slaying at homo." twenty-fiv- PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental by the term, board by the half term. fee and room rent Installments are as follows: WINTER TERM Expenses for Boys VOCATIONAL AND FOUNDATION SCHOOLS ACADEMY AND NORMAL COLLEGE d red pppers, quarts of onions, six quarts of cupful f two pounds of sugnr, of salt, two quarts of vinegar, one ounco ounce of mustard seed, one-hal-f f ounco of turof celery seed, meric. Mix well nnd boll two hours. This recipe nuiy be quartered for a smaller amount. Puree of Summer Squaih. Slice threo onions and cover with two qunrts of cold wntrr; when It bolls add tho squash cut In thin slices. Let simmer slowly for two hours, then rub through n sieve. Mix one of ground rice, one cupful of milk and one tnblespoonful ot butter In n snncepan nnd when hot add to the soup. Add two tnblcspoonfuls of green peas, season well and servo pipfinely-choppefinely-choppone-halone-haltable-spoonf- ul Bordeaux Sauce. Tuko four quarts finely chopped cnUingc, two quarts ot finely chopped green tomntoes, six Incidental Fee Room $ 5.00 f 6.00 I 7.00 ing hot. J Board, 6 weeks Amount duo Jan. 1, 1919 Board, 6 weeks, duo Feb. Total for Term Incidental Fee Room Hoard, 1350 7.00 1350 2550 2050 1350 40.00 5... I 1350 '39.00 7.00 1350 2750 1350 U.00 Expenses for Girls I 5.00 t 7.00 6.00 7.00 t 7.00 7.00 12.00 Sl.-Wf- , , 11 1 - 1 I which we nuoto in part: Tlio inlluonco of tho County Agent and when in 38.00 37.00 '36.00 Total for Term with institutions to accomThis does not include the dollar - deposit nor money for books or plish certain purposes nnd methods is grenL 'Hie United SLites Governlaundry. ment, the State or tho College may Special Expenses in Addition to Incidental Fee Business be cnlled upon to lend their Inllucnco M'intrr Serine singly, and tho result is often a con110.00 812.00 $11.00 Stenography and Typewriting fusion of fundamentals and plans. 10.00 12.00 11.00 Bookkeeping (brief course) conclusions But in the 6.00 0.00 7.00 Bookkeeping (regular course) aro bettered In every particular. Business course for students In tho of tho United in other departments: 9.00 750 States. Stnto and College, ono can sco Stenography the influence of the County Agent Typewriting, with one hour's iu tho diffusion of knowledge per5.00 6.00 7.00 uso of instrument taining to the progression now beCom. Law., Com. Geog, Com. ing made in the prodticlon of agri150 1.80 Arith, or Penmanship, each.. 2.10 cultural and animal resources. In no case will special Business Fees exceed 115.00 pur term. A book can bo written of tho successes of Berea Collego In tho efforts hands from six to sixAll students do some work with their In educate the youths of Eastern teen hours a week as janitors or in tho farm, carpenter shop, printKeiiuteky, that region of mountains boarding hall, olllce, etc., and receive pay which ing office, laundry, and foot hills wher,. nowspapers are reducos their expenses. scarce and far betwuen, whero modyoung man or young woman can get an education Any ern rosulls are heard of but tho at Berea if there is the will to do so. how" (o follow seldom shown, until the appointment of Hubert V. Speucn If it is impossible for any young man or young woman to lie as County Agent for llockcastlo and in "iohool the full year, by all means they t.Kuild enter for a course dur Madison counties by tho Stnto Uniing tlio winter and spring terms. versity of Kentucky. The public schools will close about Christmas and the teachers This is tho "Patch Section." Tho and advanced pupils should not be idle through tho long winter farms are mostly "Patch Farms," months but should be studying in Berea where the best education can with rooky and hilly formation, be gotten for leas money. many shelves and ledges, hero n It is patch and Ihero another. Applicants must bring or send a testimonial showing that they an worked year aflor year, from grandgood health and of good character. This may b ibove 15 years old, in father on down, until tho soil is ilgned by some former Berea student in good standing or some reliabli worked out and unable to produce neighbor. The use of tobacco is strictly forbidden. oachcr or scarcely a weed of vigor. For information or friendly advico write to the Secretary, Hero comes tho soil doctoring and a soil euro and soil regeneration, MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Ky. l.iino and fui tiluur must bo employed anil wliet'o to got them, clo, Tho I Appropriate. Makei Some Difference. Is the ar- rotation of crops and u caution ex"Whut Mm' of u Corrections muile recently In mnpa tist going to paint of that public pressed ns to tho propor grain or of (Ireenlantl have shown It to he speaker?" grass, is carefully explained uud is dbout ir.0,000 wpiure miles larger than "To be nutuinl, 1 think It ought to insisted upon, etc. This section is formerly believed. be u speuklug likeness." t orn. Tho soil truatmenl is tho chief end of man hero. A Long Record. Men, Women and Children Cultivation in tho details Is thor"I low long have oughly pounded into tlio rcceptivo Helped Bring Big Victory you your hud natives, with thu consequent result cook'" usked the according lo tho ell'orts of tho indiJust whut iiuine posterity will give abrupt woman. to the war nobody of the limncdlutu "More Ihun two vidual, each attaining such returns present cuu say; but If It Is fulrly de- years," replied tho us to astonish; for they always proscriptive It wilt perhaps somehow In- patient hostess. duct, tho hundred uud sometimes One of "My I clude or suggest the part taken by two hundred per cent of an increas.' the women, who, In 17 months, for you must be easy over that of previous best yields. thing, have turned out something to please." one Largo farms do not exist, eo tho over 14,000,000 knitted articles. The effort is inailo always 'o guthor tho women, In fact, have knit themselves All. That's in school Into history In u way that the future "A Hottentot gives a girl's father people of communities historian will have to tirko Into con- blankets, cattlo and much fine ivory." houses, churches, and burns lo sideration. Literally It ..an been a war preach the Gospel of Here College "Weill" of men, women ami children aguluut "But all u civilian father ceta U tuiij thu propaganda of improved ' .iiiK tyranny. uu tut. bum cigar occasionally." weeks Amount due Jan. 1, 1919 Board, 0 weeks, due Feb. C 12.00 21.00 12.00 5... 12.00 25.00 12.00 26.00 12.00 THE INFLUENCE OF THE COUNTY AGENT Tho following article was written by Jamos 'l Brown, of Boron, from 10-5- able-bodi- ed fanning. These meetings are well attended nnd ijuostions asked and answered in the plain way (not the The college anil scientific replies way that the people of Daniel Bonne's tint,, understood is the way Hint his descendants want lo hear them, for tliisjs the Daniel Boono section of Kentucky. Tho testing of seed corn nnd grain is tho Interesting feature of these gathering"-Thinterest evoked Is gratifying hiuI fully understood. Boy and girl clubs are founded and premium anil pruns offered by a bank in Heron for tho best results under tho fnir conditions established. This too, has been wonderfully successful nnd extraordinarily attracts L to ttieso young people, for the results obtained they llnd their lime and effort generously paid for. Can one wonder why this County Agent m so popular? You enn, yes! Hut bear in mind that ho is ono of (ho pcoplo. born among them, and attended Heron College ns n boy anil man. He was a farmer boy and knows whut the boys did nnd what rewas expected of them to do quired to do In chores and assistance, lie knew Iho gaino then anil he get at these pcoplo knowingly by aclual o.xporlence, honco, ho hns their conlldenco completely, ami is Mire and cortnin with them in every particular. As a graduato of Berea College, be has (he influence or th grout institution behind him, the representatives of its teaching, elc is a guarantee for tho sqnding of Iheir boys ami girls to learn the Hum.- - (hut he has acquired there. -- I tt ii h ' U A yj HOUSEHOLD HINTS To prevent inusturd from dry- lug In the mustard pot, add u Utile salt when milking It. Tnn shoes which have become discolored can be dyed black ami have their usefulness pro- longed. Cold boiled rice added to grid die etikcs makes tlietn lighter. Persian ladles ornament their faces by painting on I hem flg- it res of Insects uud small unl- mats. It takes three men six months to iniiku u rashmuru shawl, which requires ten gouts' Hucccs. i it l i v November the Holiday Month. November Is thu popular holiday s month, 2(1 of the 80 being held us by Home of the dluYrent countries. May comes next with 2& holiday days. boll-day- January 23, 1910. THE CITIZKri Pago Sovi ptrkdVEB umroRM international SlNMTSdlOOL UNITED STATES WILL NOW TRY THE TRAGEDY OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY Government Plans to Give All what wc call 'Tho Central to Find Employment for Them Powers" had triumphed, there never (hx ru i. ii. mzwATMi. n. n., Astonishing Action of an Individualistic People With a Strong Sense was reason to noma mat meir vic Traclirr of KnsllMi Illblc In til Moo.ly IMble Innlltul of ClikaKu.) of Personal Liberty Is Brought About by Lessons of the Great tory would he complete. Germany by the government that there shnjl be no crippled soldier irVfiyrliM. I0IS, VTMtrra Ntw.piptr I'nloi It was the head and dircclivo power. selling Is Intended shoe strings on the street corners, und small necessity for Legislation Planned to Enforce New WarAdditional pencils nnd Bulgaria and Tur- "homes" where crippled men may be cared for. Law Will "Wets" Contest? Ratification Details. LESSON FOR FEBRUARY 2 key wero dominated hy her. Thus, every dlsnbled soldier The government has made plans to with Germany dictating tho policy,! and snllor, to secure employment for lilm, nnd to watch over his welfare GIVING OF THE MANNA. If i Austria-Hungar- y, Lessor EXPERIMENT OF PROHIBITION Profoiior LeVant IV. Dodge Care for Crippled Soldiers Vocational Training and Tho Decisive Victory THE I.K8RON OOI.DKN TKXT-Olv- iut thli day our Ulljr hiwad. -- Matthew Kill. ADDITIONAL MATKKIAL Drut. 1:1-JTKXT-Kiml- ua l:l-M- . IMIIMAIIV 18 Jolin t SI. T()IMC-O- ol'i gift of fwi.!.-- Ki JUNIOIl TOPIC- - Dally foo.l In Ilia Memory Vrrrra-M- all 1:11. it. dally INTI It.MKni T1C TOI'Il'-O- ur drprnitr n lipnn Ooil HCNIOll AND ADULT TOPIC-l'nvrr- tjr and (irmldenre In our day. I. 1115 for the Fleih Poti of. Eoypt MfliKUl). ngnlust Mnvs it rid 1. Murmuring Aaron (vv Kt). As they Journeyed from Film Inly lln great wllileriio" I hoy hotume conscious (if the scarcity of Home of hi' tiling they timl cnjnjcd wen In Kg.vp-(Infdnvcry. Only n few day ago they were dnglng (Jod's praises for their wondrous deliverance nt the Ited (Ch. lf). Sow nt ihi hrclnnlim nf ihi'lt privation they nre murmuring. They utterly luck spiritual perception. They were n free people on the wny to their own In ml. Wlml illil It mutter, with such n prnpcct. though they were n hit hungry? This mi pi ti til ii K showed n liHe In eriillttiile nnil wn moit dMinnorlng In sign of Coil, I'ntlmnkfulnes l heart corruption (Horn. 1:21). 2. flod's Hiiiwer to their niuriiiiir- lllg (vv. (1). lie promiHetl tn mln lireml from henven (vv. I, S). Ilia purpose In this tin in Hint "mini doth not wns In tem-live hy Imiiil nlone. hut hy every word that proceeded! nut of the mouth of the Lord." (Dent. 8 :.'!). The iniiiinii wua given hy (Jod. hut the people miM (2) lie promised to tlu' CHther IL them a vlnlon of hi glory (vv. tHO). This served ns a warning mid tin enDespite their murmur- couragement. lugs ii pi I nut him he Invites them to mine nenr unto him. Wonderful grace Hint sinful, ungrateful men should he permitted to come nenr to Hod I CI) Heidi mid bread promised (vv. 11. l'J) (lod nnsweml the craving of the hy giving them quails hiiiI mini nu to cut. How gracious In our (1ml! II. Quailiand Manna Given (1H:KI l.r) At the upolntcd time (lod Cve the Israelite the promNed food. He first allowed them to feel their need, to alinw thiil man's highest need la to In lleve (Sod mid rely upon him for all n.vdH (Deut. 8:2. .T; Mntt. 1:3. I). lie then dliphiycd IiIm glory, showing that he was nhle mid willing lo supply their need If they would oln-- him. 1. In the evening the quails rame up. (v. 111). Slnee they desired lleh he gave to out. This la an example then1 of of the alienee mid Ood. Iluw he enters to the whim of hla vnelliHtliiK children! lod gave the 2. In the morning 1.1). inamiii (vv. The Israelite did not know uhnt It was. They exclaimed : "What Is II?" Mows (old them It wuh the hreml which I lie lord had given them to eat. III. The neiponalbllltlea of the (1(1:111:1). 1. They limit gntlKW a certain ration dally (v. HI cf v. I). This wna to lent their fitlth. They mum look to him for their dully bread (Mntt. tl:ll). f 2. Cvery limn wna to wither for (v. ltl cf v. 20). Tho milium typified ChrlHt (John n: 33, 51). Ah micIi mnn wan to isatluir for hlmaelf oo each one nitlt upiro-prlnl- e Chrlht for hlmsdlf. 3. The iiiminn must he isuthered freh every iiioruliiK (v. 21). This was In he done enrly, liefnro the in wuh up. C'lirUt. our uuiniiii. ahoiild lie tnkeii eacli day. mid the tlrst thlui; In the day (.Tohn (I: .ri7). 1. They mum not Blither In excess or nne dny'H aiipply (vv. 18, 20). That which wna In excims of tho day's supply hecame corrupt. Christians should make, ute of thu Ktfttt hy (!od. (lod'a gmcva nru only i;noil wuen )in id use. f. The miiiiun muni do eaten to preserve life. They were In the wlldornoss, an could only live liy cut I tig of thu food which (lod pive. In the wlldermiss of this world only thoxo who feed upon Christ, the true minimi, have eternal IITe (John (:&(. fil). 0. Dm coiislderutlon khmild ho Uen A to the .Snlihatli day (v.v. douhlo portion wna to ho gathered tho day hefore. IV. Manna Kept at a Memorial (10: S-m I g him-sel22-31- Luting The United Stntcs of America lins Ident of the United States nnd pres- of the sennte. entered upon the tremendous soclnl exI certify Hint this Joint resolution periment of national prohibition of the manufacture, sale nnd uso of nlco originated In the senate. hollc drinks. There will he nhundnnt JAMK8 M. llAKKIt, secretary. time to give tho experiment a fair test The amendment was passed by the since the prohibition Is hy constitusenate on August 1, 1017, and pnssed tional amendment. To all nppciirmices by the house on December 17 of the Hits mandate by the American people " r:.1 UZ. LV. c.r : against the use of alcohol la Intended . to be absolute nnd flnnl. Wo hove Hit! Willi iiiu iiuunu aiiiriiuiiiuiiia ui vote In the senwritten It Into organic Inw Into mng-n- n December CT.18. The ntu was to SM nnd In the hotmj eightchnrto In the form of the eenth nmendinent to the Constitution 2S1! to 123. ratification by the States. of thu United .States. n- t,.,. r.ine,..t,, n'f The experiment Is n tremendous departure from previous tendencies of this amendment by the stntcs through the American people. We nre nn Indi- their legislatures. This called for nf- vidualistic pe pie, with n strong sense Urinative nctlon by thirty-sistates of personol liberty. Yet hero we Imvo within seven years. Mississippi was set out to regulnte pc onol hnblt, not the first state to ratify, both senate by statute, hut hy constitutional .mil house taking action January 8, amendment. 1018. Three other Southern stales of followed In Jnnuury Virginia, KenAnd the manner of the ipilte tucky, South Cnrollnn. this constitutional amendment Is Then came as remarkable as the amendment Itself. North Dakota. Other states followed Action on the seventeen previous In the order named, Nehraskn being amendments to tho Constitution has the thirty-sixtnnd completing the taken between nine months nnd forty-thre- e riittllcutlon. months, an average of nhnut two Weat Virginia. years. The resolution providing for Maryland. California. Montana. this eighteenth amendment wns passed Texas. Wuihlncton. This wuh to he kept iih u romlnder of Ood'a ftivor In supplying llii'iu with bread In thu wIldernesH for forty ytwira. Help From Nature Study. Tho study of nature Is well pluaslus to God, nnd Is nkln to prayer. Learning the laws of nature, we magnify tho tlrt Inventor, the designer of the world; und we learn to love him, for great love of God results from knowledge. Leonardo da Vlncl. Think First Upon God. In the morning, when you nwnke, accustom yourself to think first upon Ood, or something In order to his servlet hint clo ice; and at nlglit. thine eyes. Jeremy Tuylor. nl. The nctnnl steps and largely officering tho armies of thereafter that ho may be Independent nnd her allies, she thus mado tho com-Ide- nt which the government will take nre five: 1 Klectlon by the disabled men of a course or trntning. Iilnatioti far more nowcrful than if 2 Preliminary training to fit him for n definite occupation. cnuallly. each ni im i,een on arl period 3A probationarystiltnblc of employment In that occupation. having amhiliou to lead. And so it position. 4 Placement In empiro of 140,000,000 wns as if one work to safeguard his Interests. 5 Follow-upeople, after thirty years of careful Tho eoverninont will suonort the man while training, will pny his tuition. preparation, should suddenly pounco traveling expenses nnd nuy other expenses Incident to his training, and will fln lm8tl9pccling word. Tho give his family the same support which It has given during his mllltnry surface nrohabiUtlcs pointed to their service. The disabled man may elect the lino of work he wants to tnko up. lie sCCL'93- - 11 wns n,ot f0, " expected did before the wnr, or turn to something work may be retrained that Ilelgium would delay for a day entirely different. for the tnko he further training In his old occupation. He may German hordes; nnd the And In addition to his support nnd the support or his fnmliy lie will bo scarcely more so that France, taken given nit the medical care ho needs, and will be supplied with any artificial hy surprise, could prevent tlic contrivances necessary because of the loss of limbs or faculties. speedy capture of Paris. With that The machinery through which this work of rehabilitation will be handled with branches hi the center of art, culture and wealth, consists of n federal bonrd of vocational the pride of France, at tho mercy principal cities of the country. David F. Houston, secretary of agriculture, Is C. Itcdfield, secretary of commerce, nnd 0f ii)0 unscrupulous victors, the chairmanII. of the board; William Wilson, secretary of labor, are also on the bonrd, and an executive William most hurdensomo nnd humiliating staff of experts In vocational education have been employed. terms of peace would bo dictated, and more quickly than was dono in 1870. This accomplished, thcro wa little hope that either Russia or plans of those who caused tho war hefore tho Senate Committee on in Washington last England could prcparo effective re- - havo come to naucliL Country and Agriculture, sistanco before caclt should ho people are at the mercy of tho vic July, but space forbids. Sinco that time tho saloons and breweries ran crushed in turn. Italy never would tors. co on in war time wasting tho have entered tho war. Then what of tho people and ruining would hinder the Teutonic hosts, THE DEVIL NOT DEAD workers and prospective soldiers intoxicated by their triumphs, from by congress December 17, 1D17. On Delaware. Indiana. Tho December number of Tho alike; and though war prohibition Arkansas. cnrryitig out their ambitious design, Jnniinry 10, 1010, Its ratification by South Dakot Voice, the official organ of the Illinois. Massachusetts llnally came two years late, it camo the stntcs Is accomplished. and establishing nn empiro boyond North Carolina, Arliuna. Methodist Hoard of Temperance, over tho opposition of powers which brought about this ratifi- UrorKlo. What has Kansas. the dreams of any former conqueror! contains a most timely and forceful God and men must have oxpected Louisiana, Alabama. cation so tilckly? Obviously thu NaOn tho other hand, until six message from Iowa. Florida. tho pen of Doctor tional Prohibition party has hud prac- Michigan. Colorado. months ago, the opposing sido was Clarence True Wilson, the secretary would have been first to demand it. tically nothing to do with Its accom- Ohio. Ortgon. divided in council. No one place of the Board, which wo publish in We must continue an educational plishment. New Hampshire. The answer evidently Is Oklahoma. program concerning alcoholics, narUtah. Idaho. could be cited as the source of mil part as follows: that thu war has brought It about. Nebraska. Tennessee. cotics and opiates, and extend it to policy. Largely as the result itary Prohibition Is both mi economic ques Maine. In several places our representa- a moral suasion, pledge-signin- g camtion and a moral question. The wur of this, there were disastrous camunder Its pro- paigns on the western front, in Rus tives have found a sympathetic and paign appealing to the will, tho conWhile the amendment et tho American people to looking at prohibition from both viewpoints. Wu visions does not become effective un- sia, Italy, the Dalkans, the Gallip apprehensive fear that our work is science, and lo tho belter instinct? coining to an end. Indeed I may bo that are left after tho government, got nccustomed to the thought that til one year from the date of Its It seems likely that the coun- oli, and Asia Minor. It required responsible for giving this impres groin was better eaten as food than the Hed Cross and tho Y. M. C. A. swallowed ns liquor. Inasmuch ns we try will become permanently dry July that the spectre of imminent defeat sion, for in a great street meeting have spread the contagion of sacred 1 next. This Is the dnte on which the be staring the Allied nations in the were told that food would win tho n a downtown section of Omaha face before they should completely during their notable campaign of smoking wtiilo too many churche3 unjfy their forces by giving that 11)10, a group of brewery workers have looked on silent as a sphinx. We must declaro war on tho desuperb soldier, Ferdinand Foch, tho interrupted my address to say: "You moralizing prize fight ringV Wo supreme command. After that the are a pretty kind of a Christian, respect for, and Central Powers found themselves putting us out of business and beat- must intelligent appreciation and assailed on all sides. General Allen ing us out of a livelyhood." I reobservanco of the Lord's by's troops restored the Holy Land sponded, "Well, I sympathize with Day as an American Sabbath. To and destroyed the you men, for I am really in the samo t to Christendom must Moslem army. The expedition from boat; and I would not do anything promote public morals, we have a campaign for the promotion Salontki brought the Hulgars to ab lo you that I would not do to myjeel submission. The reenforced self, for you can seo that I am work of clean and sincere speech; until Italian, tinder Diaz, rolled back (he ing myself out of a job just as fast blasphemy becomes again unpopular. We must put our Bible back in of the Austrian invasion with as you aro losing your i wave trade' the public schools of the land, which em such impetuosity that the dual This seemed t0 answer for a time, a pire Ilrst sued for peace and then fell but really it begins to look as though the Supremo Court lias declared is Christian nation, whose Scriptures On tho western front, tho dovil would always keep us into pieces. with aro Hie chief center of conllict, there a task. Even after prohibition has of the Old and New Testaments was such a campaign as the world been won and the great war is an integral part of the common law. Millions llnally concluded, there are prob had iii'l known before. NEWS OF THE AIR were engaged on either side. For lems of sin that will become urgent Although tho development of aviai mt seven nnd a half months tho and ltitensiiied. We shall ilnd an tion for war purposes is uqw on fate of future generations hung in uiibriillcd and government-sanctio- n Map Showing In White First 36 States Ratifying Eighteenth Amendment two ed propaganda, promoting tho to the decline, aviation news items aro For the Ilrst the balance. e prohibition recently months or more it looked wi though wclnl still of interest because of the many wnr. We saw what the enforced sonatted by congress goes Into effect. tho boasts of tho Huns were going bacco appetite; for we havo bowed important uses for which aircraft briety of military service did physicalsi.buussively before an almost ly, mentally and morally for young That law prevents thu manufacture to be justified. and for this reason For n considerable exploitation of our army in are availablo; timl Indulged In liquor In and sale of Intoxicants for beverage men who following this, tho contending tlie interests of tho American To- - we submit the following item: purposes and remains In force until lime peuce times. Dellecently on a single day wnr fnri-- t gripped eacli other's throats, biico Trust, which put an unbear Some of our allien got Into the, wnr he demobilization of the nntlon's Lieut. T. C. Hodman Doubtless that .v'iber able to sccuro a decisivo able pressure upon the millions, who cember 31 armies Is completed. In a hurry benuine they had to Bele measure will be ailvanlage. Then Field Marshal never used the weed until all havo or the L. S. Marino Corps, at Pcnsa-cnl- a, gium nnd France to save their lives, emergency Fla., made airphuio flights, effective over the severnl months that Focii. having gotten his resources yielded Its national hon(rent Ilrltnlu to save lo tho cigarctto habit, with conor. America took Its time n long time will ellipse after Julyl until the well in hand, entered upon that exceptions raro enough to bo start- with eleven passengers, totaling 900 became tho winner und gradually worked Itself up to stitutional bone dry act, now adopted, great olTensivo which will engage ling. Wo havo rehabilitated tho miles, and thus the determination to light. Doubtless becomes effective. the study of military experts for prize light, and baptized it as char- of tho cash prize of $1,000 for tho Additional Dry Legislation. much eonsldenitlon of prohibition wns years to come. Slowly at first, and ily. Wo have imported from Ger- longest, single day flight of Uio year a Kirt of this slow process. So that During the year following ratificarapid pace, tho erst- many their continental Sunday and 1918. when tho opimrtunlty came the states tion congress and the severnl stntes then at a more The world's airplane altitude recGermans wero allowed tho Huns within our gates victorious went over the top Just will be culled upon to pass legislation while of the Union nnd to enforce the amendment nnd to pro- pressed hack. No chanco was given to trample out our American Sab- ord was broken at Martleshall, Engabout ns the American marines doughboys did In the Argon tie. It Is them for a successful rally. Most bath I Wo have cultivated blasphe- land, On January a, 1919, by Captain vide penalties for violations. probable n largo force of agents un- of us could scarcely persuade our mous utterances until tho namo of Lang. II. A. F., with Lieutenant BowText of Amendment. der the direction of the commissioner selves that Uio enemy would not the Deity is only used for decorativo ers as passenger, when in CO miu-.,t- es Following Is. the full text of the pro- of Internal revenue will have to bo apand 15 seconds they reached a soon recover himself, and again purposes, to punctuate irreverent hibition amendment on which stute pointed to enforce the law. Kuch state taiul at bay. But tho oloventh of pcucli, and men talk and think in height of 30,500 feet, at which point legislatures lire voting: will have to provide machinery lor the engine stopped becauso of lack JOINT KKSOLUTION I'llOPOSING the enforcement of the luw In addi- .November, to bo forever historic, swear words and call thoir unclean of fuel. Tho previous airplane recAN AMIJNDMKNT TO Till: .CONSTI"patriotism." tion to the machinery provided by tho saw tho complete collapso of Ger ieech was mado on September IB, 1918, man schemes. TUTION OF THU UNITUD STATUS. federal government. This common uso of words of ord near Canton, Ohio, by Capt. R. W. Let us glance for a moment at tho blasphemy, liko an unclean serpent, and house It Is likely this additional legislation Itewilved hy the Schroder, who at that time succeedof representatives of the United will be pushed through us fust as the Allied victory, and try to realizo its has crept into tho land. Unless wo ed in reaching a height of 28,900 i assemsome parts of full significance. days can It. In StHte of Anierleu, ill emigres, It is uniquo in striko it and scotch it wherever it bled, two thirds of each house Concur the country ut leust they purpose to many respects. Though only an shows its head tho standards and feet. tnki' full udvmitugu of their victory. ring therein, that the following amendIt is reported that, among tho airarmistice, leaving tho real treaty of modes of common speech will aro being surrendered ment to tho Coiistltutl'in be, und hereFor example. In Illinois u forecast peace still in tho future, tho one polluting planes which coarso and indecent, leugue Is this: In by Is, propoMsl to the Mates to be- of the by Germany under tho terms of tho subwholly our social relations. Neither a na- armistice, there aro a number of come viilld ns u part of the Constitu- addition to the "search nnd seizure party is proslrato and tion when ratilled by tho legislatures act" mi act rigidly restricting the han- ject to tho will of tho other. At tho tion nor an individual or unclean now machines of a typo which, tho of IIih several states us provided by dling of liquor for medicinal, manu- peace table thu question will bo speech will long havo a clean lifo. Germans claim, would havo given facturing, sacramental mid scientific what tho victors will allow or ihe Coiiklltutluii: If wo over undertako to uproot this tfio vanquished to do. Tito profano languago, it will bo neces- them control of tlio air if tho war 1 one year from the purpot.es; legislation covering doctors' After Section connitlllentloii of this article the limine prescriptions, which must be issued chief discussions must bo among sary to tako down a lot of our hud continued. Thcso machines by ii bona tide physician in writing, tain Bavarian motors, of a hitherto of fueture, wile or partners in tho victory. Tho signs, roviso soino of our books, the liquors within, the Impor- dated, diagnosing the Illness und the secret design, which aro said to gen(eriimus submitted when no hostilo soino of our editorials and erate 30 horsepower moro than tho thertof Into, or the exportation purpose of Its use; all railroad rec- soldier was within their borders. tation may news columns, and though wo theieof from the United States mid ords of liquor shipments must be powerful Mercedes motors. Thoro regulating Tho mass of thulr people havo seen blush to say it, wo must revamp tho all territory subject to the Jurisdiction kept; drastic legislation roportcd to bo in connection by druggists, with heavy penalty nothing of the havoo of war. Almost rhetorio of soma patriotic is also thereof for bovonige purposes Is here- sale with thcso planes, a now method of for violation. to the sumo extent this is truo of sermons and mightily shorten somo by prohibited. storing gasoline which provonts it Tho dryspresuiuubly will not con- their eholf ally. Austria-Hungar- y. prayers. Section -- The congress mid the from burning during flight. Whllo pow fine their efforts to enforcing the law. Most of their ships of war and tho houtrul stut vs have concurrent We havo seen tho Biblo put out of tho improvements pointed out in They will doubtless take thu question submarines so lately dreaded havo upproprl-titer to enforce this urtldo by Hie public schools: tho disgrace of aro Into polltk-- of ull kinds und make It legislation. condi- this is, it was accomplished without connection with thcso maohinos been surrendered without important, they do not seem to bo Section 3 Tills nrtlclo shall bo In nu Issue. They unnounce, for Instance, tion. Never lias the world witnessed a tight. No man protested when tho operative unless It shall have been In Chicago that they will usk ull cansuflloiont especially in viow of tho up of ennuon and all flag wail hauled down. us tin uiueuilmeut to the Con didates for mayor to declare them- such a giving rutitlcd surprises in airplane construction 1 LeadThero aro those who havo been btltutlon by thu legislatures of the ev selves on the strict enforcement of kinds of t nun ions of war. dry legislation. They will inako It un ing German forts, soino of them predicting Hint if our nation did which tho Allies wero preparing for end states us provided In thu Const! tho Central Powers when hostilities Issue the tutlou within seven years from the opposeIn uuy spring campaign nnd will seeming impregnable, have been wrong on tho great moral questions coascd to justify the German idea uldcruiunlc cundidute who quietly turned over to their foes. of thu submission hereof to the won vicdute at home, though our boys does not toe the murk. thoso now planes would havo states by tho congress. All tho sovereigns of tho Central toriously abroad, our laud would bo Hint given thorn aerial supremooy. ApWill the Wets Contest? CHAMP CLAIlK, speuker of the Powers havo lied from their thrones. swept by pestilence or other punishjust another bad Will the wets contest the legality ot Anarchy prevails. house of representatives. Tho arrogant ment. I could hero quoto a speech parently this Is Gorman gupes. THOMAS MAItSUALLi, Tlco pres- - the whole proceeding from the sturtl p T rt - ng x piifc-ln- g h sub-stnn- 1 LJf .,y 7,$ wnr-tlm- wnr-tlm- -- pn-O- be-co- Anti-Saloo- ro-qu- iro re-wr- ito ed e s w PSftA RiRht THK crnzKN IN NEW YORK bocauso tho war Is bvor thai wo will not havo to ralso things to cal Just tho sanio. Pcoplo who haven't already got thoir garden seed and also seed com should select their seeds this winter; it will savo timo when spring conies when you can work. Let' all Join and seo how much garden vegetables and poultry wo can raise in tho year 1919. Wallacatoa Wallacclon, January 19. Weather continues tine. Tho flu is still among us. Dan Bolkin, Jr., and wife Peters are nil conllned I and Gradcn to their room with llu at the homo S. Bolkin. They were arrang , of ! , lug to move to Indiana and nil wero laken ill nt nearly the same time; hul at this writing thoy aro all bet ter and will soon lie nut again. Samuel Hill nnil wife lost their two year old hahy with diphtheria last Thursday; and three moro of their children have the same disease, but aro some belter. The entire- com munily extend to them their svm 'pathy In their sad bereavmenl. Pal Ballard, Jr returned to his family with an honorable discharge . from tlu U. S. camp in New Jersey. Pal is looking well and says he is well pleased witli his army service, -- Pal Ballard. Sr., sold his farm lo Mr. Morgan for .t,000. John Ely sold his farm of 100 acres to Mr. Wilder of Harlan county for f 1,200. Mr Ely is talking of moving lo Indiana. We regret to givo up these good neighbors. Warren Elkin has located in Wallareton, Peter II. Moore moved into the house va rated by Mr. Elkin. Mrs. Artie Robinson's school closed in Wal larctou with an apple and orange J J January 23, 1919. East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else No corrnpondene ! PARADE OF THE BLUEJACKETS GERMAN RULER TO FACE TRIAL publUhnt unlM tlcnrd In full hf th writer. Thntm not for publication, but si an uridine of rood faith. Writ pUlnlr. writing a now girl baby has come ' to III)1 homo of V. A. Matliorly ntul Bond Wo nro having wife, wliicli tlicy named Almn Ultra, Hond, Jnn. 2). sumo beautiful weather al present. Mrs. Malherly is 0110 of our Ural Extradition of FoVrner Kaiser 8anc tloned, Committee Declares In Re. Miss Florence Lake who has been class tenchurs, and a graduate of port to Premier "Throat of WomYesterday about visiting her sister for a few day Ilerea College. en and' Dabet Mut Be --Cut," and I). 11. Allen made noon Albert Hankin shot and killed ts reported sick. "Not a Houm Left," War Lord's Or. to this plaro Friday, himself near Minn, a railroad sta- a business trip der. The remains John V. Seale and family are tion in this county. moving to their new home near of Mrs. Nancy K. Herryman of pear Wnlrrn Newnpaprr Union News Btrvlc. Mr. and Mrs. Mon- - Lexington will be brought here and Seven I'ines. In (lie report I'nrlM. Some point to which Premier t'letnunrean referred too Pennington aro the parents of a laid to rest in the family graveyard wlien lie xii Id lie bad consulted two lino baby girl about two week old. near here, Monday. She was an old eminent Jurist on the peiinl resismsl. Mrs. Minnie Hacker was thrown and respected citizen and formerly Iilllty of tlie former German Kmjieror, There is more sickness from a horse and badly hurt. Sh" lived hero. were miulc ptiblle. The report was is in the hospital at Annville. of all kinds than we have ever seen itnm n up by Fenllmilid - here before. Algin King and little 0. A. Steele has creeled a new dwellili'iin of tlie Purls law faculty, Mini Dt. ing houso on Charley Taylor's farm daughter of Pine Ridge were buried A. l. Ilelupriiilellc, professor of right to which ho will movo soon. Miss in the Log Lick cemetery last week of nations in the same faculty. The ob.leet of the Inquiry "lis to InvestiCrcacy Moore closed her school at Iloth deaths wercwiused by the Ilu. gate from purely a Juillelnl (mint of Pigeon Iloost Thursday night with Phillip Puckett and wife aro the view If the crimen committed by llir an interesting entertainment which proud parents of a little daughter (icrmuu Cot eminent mill army In was enjoyed by all present. Mr. which was. born recently. John vohed tlie peiinl responsibility nf the and Mrs. 0. II. Davis were guests of Keer sold his crop of tobacco to a former (icrmaii Lmperor, uhnt Irllni Mr. and Mrs. Jerry York Saturday local buyer at 15 cents per pound, mil MioiiIiI Juilk'o nnil whether hi night. M. K. Kubank has sold Tom Ilrewer and family all grades. ftrnil I fun could lie ilemumleil. The .iiithorx of the report .nilnnlt a Ioiik, visited Richard Hrewer on Indian his farm here to a Mr. McKinney of nrcuiiieiit iiguiiiKt bringing Ihe former A few of the sol- - Ksttll county for $7,000. Fred Witt Creek recently. Emperor lief nro a tribunal of uumixm dier boys from here who belong to of Estill county is moving to the lnw, btviiUM' Ills will iiiliimmiileil, but nnvy tit Part of the ors. wuh recently bought grand parade of welcome extended the returning are hero New moving the the Pioneer Infantry have not been farm here which he hW hiilid illil not execute. the bluejackets. The sailors seen down heard from since tho armistice was of Harg. Allen. Allen Hrookshiro Fifth avenue. They xiiy Unit he not the priori' signed. We are very anxious indeed and family of Dayton, 0., visited pnl onYmler uml that therefore he to hear from those boys, and hope their brother, F.dmond, of this place could only he punlxheil u un iircoiu llee. An liileniutloiiiil trlbimiil nothing serious has happened to last week. Tack and Couch Wills iuiikI he found. TI.ey ctilinl.ler made a business trip to Lexington homo with his father and mother, may return to those purposes of life them. The Ilimue urhltrutloii court founded Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Colson. which will bring them happiness, last Thursday. Gray Hawk treat. lit the IMC.l conference Incompetent to contentment and prosperity." Sue Gray Hawk. Jan 10. The llu is try him, us the court wiim iiiennt fot Dreyfus ROCKCASTLE COUNTY Flanery, A. N. C who has spent a CLAY COUNTY gaining headway again at Gray Dreyfus, Jan. 12. Thoso who cio.cn where mi pen. ill) la to bo iih Climax month's vacation with homefolks, -, Flanagan Circuit Court was dismissHawk. piled. They nrgue that tin cntlrcl new Climax, Jan. 20. We aro having leaves for Atlanta, Ga., where a po- have tobacco around hero nro put- JuriMllctUm mutt he creiitetl, which v e are nav ed on account of tho flu; thero are iinnagnn, Jan. so ting it on tho market at Richmond, . The sition in tho city hospital is await.1. R itiir vorv line went hop hniv now for some nice weather at pros-ntshould he the tlrst InMruinciit of n nhnnf tlffv mwj in Mnlton The league of tuitions, nnil In which should nu still continues very bad in this ing her. John W. Flanery who is and it Is bunging good price. Bingham was doing jury scrvico at the timo of year. Mrs. Slisle influenza is raging in this vicinity appear esrlimlrely Ihe Htutes which wiancs uaker is ver at Camp Sheridan, Ala., is expected again. MeKon Inst week. Mr. nn.l Mrs. Brewer who has been sick for the ,L,nu' Mr. and Mrs. Claud Puckett fought (Jcnnittiy. The two French at writing. John Abnoy of homo in a few days T. J. Flanery Barllelt entertained :i number of. past four weeks was laken to the ir Dayton, O., aro visiting his par- JurNls priiM- - Hint the cxtrndltlim of C 0.. has moved back is convalescing from a severe attack friends to a fine supper last week.! Winchester hospital one day last ents, Mr. and the former (ivriiiuu ruler ciin nut lit Pucketl Robert .McQueen is of influenza. Mr. and Mrs. Richard MnrrU Hnmnlnn died nf ,ullM,l' They all report a lino time with lots week. rcftiMil uk ho Ik not u polltlcul refu moving a grist mill to Climax, which Kimbrell nro very sick with influ Mrs. Georgo Hurd is very siok at gee, i lie rcMirt onys Sunday-schois his home one day last week with of good music. this writing. Killeous Abncr has Stella Sex enza. Howard Maupin and little "It In mill Jurlillclul to omIhiUhK getting along well with good attend- pneumonia rever. .Morris was a is needed very badly, Mr, ton is very ill with influenza. on, Whit, havo the flu Most every moved into the house recently vawar with conspiracy, (.'rimes of wm ance each Sunday. Christian En- good boy and liked by all who knew cated by Curtis Bongo. Rollle deavor every Friday night. Every him. Ho was laid to rest in tho and Mrs. Isaac Harvey were the family in this section have one or Ruble who has been homo on a are crlmex of puhllc law mid Interim guests of S. L. Rose Sunday. ttoiiul law, mil (Hilltlcal crime." Tlif Mrs, moro of thoir inmates afflicted with body invited to attend. Winchester cemetery. The bereaved short furlough returned to Camp nutlrfim of Ihe report commence by C. T. Baker who has been sick for this fearful malady. Mrs. Frank ones have our deepest sympathy, Taylor to day. Granderson Clark's tuhlUhliig Hint no M'iinlty Is pus1hlt J. S. Pow of Elkin was visiting tho past three, weeks is able to bo Campbell will go to nurse her homo- - family is very sick with the ihfi uguliiM a nation uny mure timo uguinM POWELL COUNTY J. W. Moore of Colo folks who aro all sick, slio having his mother-in-laa compnny, hut Hint the manager oi Mrs. Lucy Bel- - out again. Clay City rado is visiting his brother, II just recently recovered from an at Several attended the sale of Willie director of a company cull he punlxtied don, at this place Sunday. Rupert Lynch last Saturday. Everything Clay City, Jan. 19. The weather Moore, this week. Cassius Johnson tack of llu herself. Hud Johnson's In the firnt place,' "The i:inM-ror- , Thomas was visiting home folks at hero at present is ideal. Joe Clark was in Climax the last of tho week family have been conllned to their sold high; corn sold for $10.00 per mijk the report, "ax King of Prussia Red House Saturday night and Sun Curt Benge and family N I'renlileiit of the con fulcra I Ion hj and Winfred Davis, who have been Cleveland Cox has relumed home home necessitating the assistance barrel. V. M. Puckett is very ill at have moved to (heir new home va- virtue of a xpcclnl law In which tin conducting a general store at Union day. from France Willie Forsytho and of friends and neighbors. Trulv cated by Bud Ruble and family. writing. man will dot's not enter. The Centum Hall for the past two years, have this Wall Young were tho guests of J. A. these are depressing times but as a sovcrHgu detemh only on nnc sold out their stock of merchandise Vine Sexton Sunday. Nathan Mullins consolation there are harbingers oi tne Hword. With Hiieb a conception nl to Smith and Abncr. Charley NelVine, Jan. 18. G. W. Tinchor has purchased a nice team of mules spring. Little emeus bloom peepMICKIE SAYS IHiwer It would he iniJurlHillciil to tlx son and family will leave next week who has. been at this place doing from W. M. Smith for $375. Esta ing through the loam. Lilac and lilghcl degree ( allow the lmpcrm 1AM VF YiL'o for Cincinnati where they will make t dental work has returned to his Hill spent a few nighU with his Japoniea buds expanding. Ihe blue to escape roiioinolilllty for his no SCt UP SONVi OP THIS their future home. Charley Welch home. .Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Penn fal her. K. J. Hill. Hoiik; hl rcou!iltlllt.v for the wm Good luck to birds holding a fny concert, and COPN JEST UVCfc t COMES has been confined to his bed for th- ington of Malcoin spent Saturday The Citizen. fur which, under (h constitution, th one audacious robin has made its MAKIN' NO IN, past week from a nervous break niglif witli the former's parents at decision belonged to him ulone, hit n advent as welcome as the dovo that CORRECTIONS NCR. rctnniiNllllliy for violation of Heights down. David Patrick has bought this place who have been Xery MADISON COUNTY SOME OP THE INIELlECTUfU. brought the olive leaf to the storm- neutrality, which was willed by him U&H-fAHOUN' THIS HCRC a sawmill and is now "buying out" poorly with lagrippe. Henry Owens Coyle lossed ark after the Hood subsided IiIh rcfiHinw hllltv for arts of terrorist!: NECK O' THE VJOOOS'O V.OSE crosstics on Hardwick's Creek. has had influenza but is getting Coyle, Jan. 20. Grant Todd who a symbol of God's love and care. hy Ills troops, which he willed unt "THEIR. REP01MIONS Tho body of Latter Day Saints are along nicely. I). M. Hcnslcy of has been in Illinois for tho past year Rissio Mainons of Owsley county, ordered." erecting a new church on the Math boxtons Creek visited friends at this is at homo for a while. Mr. and a student of Berea, after leaving tho MoKfnney Hill. Pete Wells and place this week. Turkey Is on Last Legs. Dcwiq Maupin Mrs. Houston Sewoll of Brassfleld College Hospital, is convalescing Hugh Bush, his New Vork. have who has tho flu is improving nicely, visited their grand parents, Mr. and from an attack of influenza, spend that nlinusl every country In the world has "fool purchased th0 Mrs. J. T. Hurst farm Jobie Allen had a working Friday Mrs. Jerry Todd, Sunday. Mrs nig the week with friends in this Nlily or sellshl. helped to keep the which is located on Little Creek, and got a nice days' work done. M. A. Bates and Mr. and Mrs. Roy section Tho farmers are availing Turk alive us a tuition," Henry .Mor for the sum of $1,300. Tho farm Kelly visited Mr. and Mrs. James themselves of the favorable weather gentium, former Auilutssadilr to Turcontains 100 acres. Married, last Gentry Saturday. ' GARRARD COUNTY A. C. Carpenter by plowing, burning tobacco beds key, declared In an udddress here (hul week, Joe Hardy to Miss Grace Pat of Berea spent Saturday and Sun and all branches of industrial anil Harmony the mistake of the past In "pcrmltlltii rick, by tho Rev. L. T. Allison, this Harmony, Jan. 19. Turkey to continue because of the hul Quito a num day with his daughter, Mrs. John agricultural activities are being city. Both contracting parties live ber of people in our neighborhood Glossip, who has been sick for tho prosecuted with a vim, notwith nine of power," must not he made ul on Hardwick's Creek and aro very aro reduced to great want on ac- - past week. The D.trdil the pence conference. Dewey Powell who standing thai many aro sick and not nelles must remain open and tuiforti popular among their many friends. count of tho great drouth hero last has been in Irvine for some timo Is ible to work. lied," he said. "They are tlie great We wish for them a moot prosperous year. They havo neither corn nor at home with his parents, Mr. and waterways between Asia and A films Clay Lick and useful life on tho "smooth sail- monoy t0 buy with; and corn is real .Mrs. Jim Powell. Mr. and Mrs. mid are as vital to commerce ns Hit Clav J.ick, Jan. 10. Mr. and Mrs. ing and very often rough" sea of scarce if they had Ihe money. And S. M. Cornelison and little daughter, mouth of Ihe .Mississippi. Turk Mi Bennett Fowler of Berea wero tho matrimony. George Bush and in addition to this the flu has broken Anna B, visited tho homo of Henry Mohiimmcduit rule oer Christian peo guests of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley W. 0. Mizo havo moved their stock out afresh. There are more cases Simpson Sundry. pie must cense. These old tuition Walter Lake of Fowler ono night last week. Mrs. now under Turkish misrule must hate of merchandise from Spout Spring here now than at any previoii' Panola visited his brother, Elgio Stanley Fowler has the llu. Mr. their rjght restored." to Kimbrell, having bought out lime. James Tankersley. a good Lake, of this place last Sunday, -- - and Mrs. Dan Bodkin and Graydon William Mcintosh of that place. citizen, died last week from llu, Best wishes to Tho Citizen and its Peters wero tho guests of Mr, and The recent births which havo oc- leaving a wife and nine children. many readers. BRITISH BUILD MORE SHIPS Mrs. Oscar Gabbard last Saturday curred in this vicinity aro as fol- and part of them down with the Blue Lick night. George Grant who lived lows: Mrs Jo0 Gravitt, n girl; Mrs. disease. Ed. Hoskins and family Hav. Four Hundred and Twenty-four- , Blue Lick, Jan. 20. Nature gives witli Georgo Pruilt has moved to II. H. Perigo, a girl; Mrs. Ernest are nearly all down, and thero is lots to every Ing Tonnage of 1,979,032, Begun time, ami season, some Mr. Maupin's farm. Ivo Carter Foundation of Brotherhood. In Last Quarter of 1918. Baker, a girl; Mrs. Jas. I. Mize, a of it all around. Sister Mary E. beauties of its own profuse to (colored) who has been sick for The doctrine nf thti Brotherhood of boy; Mrs. Waller J. Curtis, a boy; Shaw who has been sick for some none, but bountiful to all. Aiui-bortime was taken to the Berea Man Is a beautiful d renin, but It reLondon, Jsn, '."O, During the Inst Mrs. Ernest Gravitt, a girl. The last time, wo are glad to state, Is bettor vorsal compensation prevails in all hospital last week. Mr.s. Oscar mains forever (he baseless fuhrle of n quarter of llllfi there were begun In (wo named husbands aro with the T. Atchison, formerly of this conditions of weather dream, unless It Is founded upon tha (Irent llrlliilii, according to authoritanever from flahhard was A. h. I', over seas. 'Ihe hog mar-- 1 place, died at his homo in Pennsyl the birth or timo have we witnessed lo the bedsidecalled to Cartersvilh deepest of till realities, tho Kutherhood tive figures, I'.'l ships, having a (on. of her little neico. of (led. To ket seems to bo very dull in this vania last week and his remain through the month of January such better our social cmtdl- - mice of 1.0711.0.7.!. enmnnrisl In ftOTi locality as evidenced by tho number were brought to Crnb Orchard for gorgeous glowing sunsets, such gold-e- n Ada Mae Hubbard, who died Satur lions we need close thoughts, careful ships, with u tonnage of 1,8011.501 day. January 18, of pneumonia. u diligent application of the best Ships of farmers offering them at 12 and interment. nK tIL. Mime tpmrtur In 1017. Robert Shaw and wife bright, and balmy days. ly Cyrus Short who has been in the methods, 'but tit last without fnltb In ,low actually under construction in l.'l cents a pound, but finding no visited his mother. Mrs. Mary E. beauty and cheer aro what wo army for tho past four years has the eternal fiiiiuiliilloiis there can ho no the United Kingdom havo a tonnage I he say Shaw, last Sunday. buyers. Master James need just now. With tho advent of been honorably discharged and is Until adjustment of social dllllcultleH, 0r u,ut 'i'U.OOO more tlmn durlne (he thoy can't a(Tordlo feed high corn Shaw was visiting at tho Rev. W. M the influenza epidemic in our midst, at homo on a visit. quarter (hat ended In Keptcmtxir and W. M. Stout uml till earthly wisdom Is but as soundto low hogs. C. Hutehins last week. - Bonoy with sickness in every homo and lias bought a tract of timber land ing bruss uml clmiglng cyuibuls." Dr. r.bout 118,000 more than at the correSutuuel .Smith, Adams was visiting at W. M. Brew loss of dear ones brings sorrow and a part of sponding quarter last year the Kirby farm, and is CLARK COUNTY ors.' last Sunday. Ernest Colson depression. Tho greatost concoiv clearing it up. Ho says ho will slop Log Lick Ancient Time Recorders. who has been in Undo Sam's Rcr ablo blessing now is to bo well anil the sale of wood hero ro long as his Perhaps the first reference to at- FOE FEELS LOSS OF ENGINES Log Lick, Jan. 19. Sinco our last vice is discharged, and is back to havo tho scars of battlo healed, wood lasts; he Is giving it away, tempts to reckon time by mechanical and in tho words of our illustrious Will Walker was the guest of his menus la found In Isuluh . written ' Delivery of Best Locomotives to Allies Ties Up Berlin Interurrian President "to havo fear lifted from daughter at Ilogersvillo last Sundnv supposedly about 7i:i H. C, "the mm I Railway. the hearts of our men ami that thoy night. We must not think that Ul"1 of AUat" t'lhiy mtya thut Anml- muniier invented a suit ntul uiimit noo Interurban Jerlln. Jim. n. a, Tho first hu ti dial at Home was riiiiwuy, according to HiuiemenlH of . placed In tho Temple of Qulrlnus. about 11)8 It. C. when time, was divided otHclsIs, has found It necessary lo susA Field off 'Into hours. The clepsydra, or waler pend operations as u result of the de- lUery of Its best locomotives to the clock, was the next time recorder entente powers. It In said (but the llnrlln rullwtty division lias turned Returns to its before-the-wa- r over 103 locomotives uml that of a ! JOHN WHITE k CO. high standard of quality total of 800 now In Its possession only LOUHVILLI.KV. 48-are In running condition. This u number, It Is declured, la hardly Ubetsl assortment i sad full vslmt paid to curry provisions uml coal to JACKSON COUNTY -1 ' t I nitine-pienll- KAISER WILHELM AS ACCESSORY IN CRIMES OF GERMAN ARMIES. n"n, s ol : w, !! BUV-LE- IE - , wt-rno- NU-TH- -- son-in-la- w, ne dtir-stud- Cor-tain- I I would-be-buye- rs -- IlH-8- No More War Flour Potts' GOLD DUST Flour SO.-Il- erlln' Wjz5fZ$l Satisfaction Once Tried Always used :::furs Hides mn4 tmi smm ailr-quat- Merlin. OMtakias