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I'lvo Cents I'cr Copy. Trpt.ffcl to tlie interests of t!b.e JtouLnteiin I?eo;ple BEREA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, JANUAIlY 30, 1910 One Dollar and The citizen Kentucky News Fred Schnilzlcr, a resident of Lincoln countjramo',ovcr Monday to appear heforo fedcrfil court here, on a chargo of having mado seditious nnd disloyal utterances when tho United Slates wont to war wih Germany. Schnitzler is a native of Germany, it is understood, and it Is said, did some talking thai showed that Ills sympathies wcro still with his fatherland. Tho caso will como tip liofore tho federal grand jury in April when court meets hero, tho term having been postponed on account of tho flu epidemic. Schnitzler has a son in tho American nrmy now In Germany. Ho came to Richmond wearing n Rod Cross button and flags of the allies. He Is known In Lincoln as a good, hardworking citizen, nnd was generally liked and respected until he showed whero bis sympathies wcro when America went to war with his native country. Richmond Register. Squiro Bcaslcy, a Richmond young man, was arrested by Chief of Police Dcvore as a deserter from tho nrmy, nnd is held in jail here awaiting th0 arrival of an ofllcer to tako him back to Camp McClcllan, whero be was stationed. Young Beasloy said that ho received a letter from his motbor that she is seriously ill and caught a train and camo to her without receiving leave. Of courso this bc- - Fifty Cents Per Year. No. 31. Farm Work in Winter Winter is a great change for the farmer. Some farmers mnke it an excuse for idleness, and some put in their best work in winter months. Winter is a time to mend buildings and fences. Winter is a time to take care of stock. Winter is a time to fix drains and stop land slides. Winter is- a time to enjoyjhe family by the fireside, to teach the children, and to read the Citizen. And above all winter is a time to cast think over our past experiences, and plan for better 'farming and better living next yearl nts, U. S. News Prcsidcnt Wilson's trip through Italy proved to bo ono continuous RUSSIAN FLEET IS .'SUNK BY BRITISH WorJdNews Government Charges for Postage The post office is one of the great inventions for promoting the welfare of the people and is cheap at any price. We have always paid, however, too large a price. We have paid too high salaries to post masters and emworkers in the Postal Deployed a good many half-idl- e partment, and the post office has come out with a fat deficit year after year The war made it necessary to make government departments more efficient and less expensive. The raise in postage we hope can be taken off before long so that we can go back to two cents per letter. Another device in which the post office diminishes its deficit ought to continue, namely, the "Zone System" on .newspapers. A large part of the loss of the Post Office Department comes from transporting newspapers which arc weighted down with costly advertising over vast distances. The Zone System provides that newspapers containing advertising matter shall pay higher rates when It has diminished the they go beyond certain distances. loss of the Post Office Department and the extra money has been paid on newspapers that could well pay for the We hope this system advertising which they carry. which is based upon justice and fairness will continue. were nttncketT on tlireo tfdeiTarid Com pelled to evacuate their positions, an were nlso tho allied pntrols holding Ust Pedenpi. The American troops falling hack took a position midway between this point and Shcnkurst. In one of the attacks reported 1,000 enemy troops were In nctlon ngalnst the small allied force. Under Orders of Foch. Cenenil March pointed nut ngnln that tin whole military situation nt Archangel was under the control of the Interallied high command In France, He Intimated that should ments be deemed necessary any action to supply them would linvo to cotno from the high rommnnd nnd nfter rec ommendation from the llrltlNh com mnmlcr-lii-chlc- f of tho forces In SI END OF THE A second session of tho Pcaco Congress hn,s been held and tho proposition for a Lcaguo of Nations wai ovation. At Rome, Genoa, Milan, presented by President Wilson in Turin and elsewhere bo was greeted Bolshevist Attempts to Shell Re-v- a forceful speech. The voto was with an enthusiasm which seems to unanimous In favor of tho measure. Result in Complete bavo surpassed oven tho wonderful Tho details of tho plan aro still In demonstrations In Franco and EngFailure. bo worked out and tho President and land. Colonel House aro tho representaTho cordiality of tho Italian peotives of tho United Stales tho ple is said to bavo been especially EVERY FOE SHIP DESTROYED Committee. Soveral different plana appreciated by tho President aro known to bo under consideration it was evidently based largely on tho fact that ho is regarded as "Reds" Defeat Slovak Force at Uf- a- already. American Transport Warren tho world's chief exponent of the Tho problem of Russia was ro prevention of future wars. Reaches Vladivostok After tho Peace Congress at its last Delay by Storm. It now appears that, as ono of tho Washington, Jan. 27. Retirement of session and a decision was reached to offer tho Russian leaders a chanca results of President Wilson's trip to tempts to bombard Iteval, capital of Europe, America will havo tho pri- Ksthotila, from the sen have resulted to meet with representatives of thu vilege of entertaining the head of In .complete failure, according to re- Congress at Princes' Island in tho the Governments of England, Franco, ports received here. Kvery vessel In Sea of Marmora. Here tho questions at issuo will bo discussed and an and possibly Italy. In this connec- the Meet Is said to have been sunk. effort mado t0 bring tho Russians to Riga was saved from nttuck by tion President Poincaro of France and from disorders within the a better agreement among themhas just announced tho fact that ho will probably make n trip to Ameri city by a British fleetInwhich was sent selves and a willingness to adopt a December for Into the Haltlc inte ca noxt Juno or July. Thero is also the purpose of nsslstlng Itrltlsh refu- government that the Congress can recognize. reason to hellovo that King Georgo gees to leave Russia. of England will visit this country Thrents of Itrltlsh bombardments reTho general election in Germany in tho near future; and whilo thero' sulted In Immediate representations by has as yet been no deflnito an flerman army otllcers that they were passed off with fairly good success. nounccmcnt regarding tho matter, there to keep order and that they Efforts of tho radicals to obstruct as soon there seems to bo little doubt that would leave anarchy, as ussurunce was were kept in hand. It appears that would not break that King Victor Immanuel of Italy will given Bolshevist troops who were ex- tbjo majority Socialists havo tho out. also return tho 'President's visit by pected to attack the town at any mo- leading place and that tho Church party and tho Democrats compete making a trip to tho United States- - ment deferred action. According to stories told by men on for tho second. Several other parties The Houso Scnato without debato bonrd the ltrltlsh warships the threat elected representatives and various combinations aro possible as is usually true in European politics. WAR CELEBRATED IN VLADIVOSTOK al bo-cabo-fo- YANKS FALL IN RUSSIAN BATTLE Ten Enlisted Men Killed, 17 Wounded and 11 Missing, Says Official Report. ALLIES FORCED TO RETIRE I So far as it is possible to learn tho plan of government that tho constitutional assembly of Germany will select will be a Republic. Som0 of tho provisions havo been discussid so openly that reports aro being circulated. They arc thinking of a president who shall hold office for ten years and tho Republic will bo a federal union, like our own, made up of a number of states. Thoso slates will not bo exactly the same as thoso of tho past. A significant feature of tho new English Cabinet is tho appointment ry of a nativo of India as for India. This is tho first time that England's large colony has been tints recognized and it is believed to indicate a purposo on tho part of, England to give India many moro privileges in return for hor loyal support in tho recent war. undcr-secro-ta- Bolthevltt Attack on New Position Wat Repulsed Entente Forces Able to Hold Lines in Archangel Sector. Washington, Jan. 1!7. Retirement of the allied fiirci'd holding advanced jmh Mtlous In tho Archangel Hector before attacks by superior forced of holsho-vlIn re(Mirteil In mi olllclnl dispatch dated January the substance of which wus made public by (leuenil kl berla. CONFEREES HAVE FOOD BILL J) Wuitrn NfwiMMr UntonT Senate Passes the $100,000,000 Relief Vladivostok, March. The- message reported the American nt Ust In one of the notion lossi Vedengii u h 10 enlisted men killed, A Inter 17 wounded mid 11 missing. dispatch wild subsequent uttucks weru repulsed when delivered on thu taken up by the American ns forcca. The points nttneked by the enemy lay generally about 11H) mile from Archangel. Oenernl March said tho interallied commander there had adetho adquate troops to vanced elements and to handle thu situation. An Interallied force engaged nt Shcnktirst consisted of n Itrltlnli detachment, two companies of Americans Olid two compan.le.1 Allies Able to Hold Position. of RussliinjL-Thes- e, CONTENTS PAGE Editorials: Farm work in Winter; Government Changes World Nows; for Postage 1. L. S. Nows; Stale. News. PAGE 2. School Nows from Various Departments. A Loltor, from England Obituary: John niloy Witt; Danlol Click. PAGE 3 Serinl Story: Tho Light in Germany Must tho Clearing. Pay. Locals. PAGE 4. PAGE 5 Clio und Progress Club Program Bcrca Student Wins Distinction. C. of the tlrt photographs to reach this country Mnnlug 'in celebration of the slginig of the armistice at Siberia. All the soldiers from tho allied armies that were In Vladivostok participated In the parade. Washington, Jan. 27. 1'assed by This photograph shows the American forces headed by their own band. the senate after n week's debate, the bill appropriating $100,000,000 for food ing "absent without leavo" is a ser- adopted tho conference conferees' of, boinbarinileuT was,-- fi5f" flio most relief In Kurnpuin nnd ueur eastern ious breach of military discipline, report on the administration bill part, a "bluff," us the most tho fleet countries went to conference with ml nnd Ueasley who is about 30 ycar3 of appropriating a hundred million could have done, It Is said, would have ministration leaders In both houses European relief. Tho bvH;n to smash up the town. It had firmly of the opinion that minor ago and unmarried will havo to faco dollars for the desired effect, however, and the a court martial for bis act Rich- measuro now goes to tho President. commander of the warships whs nble amendments by the senate can be adjusted nnd President Wilson's request mond Register. to tuke. nwuy every lirltlsh subject In profit sharing safety. A tlnnlly granted early this week. Senplan with, employes in all branches ate members of the conference commitBolshevists Defeat Slovak Force. j Tho Kentucky Stato Health and was announced tee, selected ufter the measure had this week by John Welfare League, which is a branch N. Willys, Vladivostok, Jnn. Ufa has fallen been passed by the senate hy a vote of president of tho Willys-Overla- to the bolshevlsts, the reverse of the 53 to 18, are Senntors Martin of Vir of tho National Tuberculosis AssoreCompany. Only a fair force Russian and Czeeho-SIovaginia, Overman of North Carollnnnnd ciation of Now York, has appointed capital invested is a there being chiefly due to the failure Wnrreiv of Wyoming. Tho principal V. 0. Gilbert, superintendent of turn on tho grant. 'of arms to arrive from Vladivostok. nuirndment by the sonnte would sul- - Public Instruction, ono of tho di- provision included in tho Tho distribution will run into hun- The troops which defended the city stltuto for tho houso section against rectors of tho organization. Tho dreds of thousands using any of the appropriation for of dollars and have fallen back to Zlatoust, 140 miles enemy people, n provision that nation- national organization has allowed will bo retroactive, taking effect to tho northeast, where they are makalities friendly to tho United States and $83,100 to Kentucky for public from January 1, 1919. Tho company ing a cnurugeous stand In the gorges health work. Franklin county will has 10,000 men on its payroll and of the Ural country. Tlfousands of allies might receive aid. lilies have arrived at the front and get $000 of tho amount. Tho purposo all will bo bcnelltcd, Mr. Willys of tho organization is to establish s"aid. Details of tho plan to bo an- havo been rushed to Chellublnsk, which County Health Leagues in every, nounced later, Mr. Willys said, will Is not believed to be In danger, for the present lit least, county in tho Stato. Theso leagues MICKIE, SAYS Military experts here realize that show that tho profit sharing will will employ public health nurses ho based on " length of timo tho the weak points on the Ural front are to do general nursing, school in- -! employe has L .en farwith tho company. between Ufa and t'helltiblnsk and Oen- THNV fHM i NEXt "to spection and assist in prevcntivol ther south, at Orenburg, where I The kai sea's disease work throughout the Stato.' Rear Admiral French Elisor Chad-wic- k, end Dutotl's Consucks are reported to SOLDIER. BOS'D RMHER bo worn out by constant pressure U. S. N, retired, who was from superior forces of bolshevlsts. HAVE A COPW OF THE OU HOWlE PAPER R.EOLNQ THAN j Negotiations for the dispatch of alFarmers' Week at tho Stato Uni- chief of staff of Admiral Samson ANYfHlrV ELSE IN THE war, lied contingents to Orenburg ure now versity has been called off. Heads during tho Spanish-Americof several Kentucky associations died on Monday at his winter homo going on, but have not been brought been ailing to u successful conclusion. Tho capfeared tho inlluonza epidemic and it in New York. Ho-hbolnot to takojmy chancos. for moro than a year, and about a ture of Orenburg would give tho runwas decided ago was romoved from his shevlsts control of tho railroad Great disappointment is felt thru-o- ut week ning Into n rich section of Turkestan, tho Stato and particularly in tho summer homo at Nowport, R. I. und would Increase their ability to Pneumonia set in and bo was seri- resist allied and Russian forces. nitio Grass nt missing this year's gathering. Plans aro bo ing mado ously ill for soveral days before his U. S. Transport Safe. death. Mrs. Chadwiuk was at his now for tho 1020 Farmers Weok. Tho United Stutes transport Warbcdsldo at tho timo. ren has arrived four days overdue. half-and-hnd k ' -, an ad Measure With Only Slight Amendments. 'lie Tho new Irish Republic has had a meeting of its legislative body in Dublin and attempted to organize. The roll call assumed a membership of all tho Irish representatives formerly sent to Parliament, Many of them were not present and somo aro not in sympathy with tho move. Considerable amusement was created by tho call of tho namo of Sir Edward Carson who comes from tho Ulster region and is a bitter opponent of independence. Holland is considering a largo feat of engineering in tho project to drain the Zuydcr Zee. This will make inland cities of several places which havo traditions as seaports. Hy this pioco of engineering tho amount of land will bo increased and tho work of tho early Romans will bo reversed, for tho turning of tho courso of tho Rhino by thoso great constructors of early times flooded tho district that has becomo tho Zuyder Zee. Tho King and Queen of England have lost by death their youngest son, Princo Jphn. It is saijj that ho has never been a strong child and has been sick for somo timo. Messages of sympathy aro being extended to tho royal parents who have had many burdons during tho war. Considerable opposition has developed to a recent decreo of tha Rishop of Havanna, Cuba, compelling tho execution of tho church law which oxcommunlcates members of tho Catholic Church who attend Protestant sorvlces. A memorial service was held In honor of Ex- President Roosevelt in an Episcopal church nnd a good many prominent Cubans attended. Among tho number were four ministers of tho Cab inet. PAGE Farm and Homo Depart- ments. PAGE 7. Sunday-scho- ol Lesson. Temperance Nows. Tragedy pf tho Twentieth Contury. PAGE 8. Eastern Kentucky Nows. Do not fail to road tho Combination Subscription Advertisement on Pago 0. Now is tho timo to subscribe, or rcnow your subscription. One Reason Qlrla Steal. This bit of philosophy of n reformed tlrl thief was contained In an urtlcle In tho People's Home Journal on tho Value, of tho probation law: "A girl run no more live without a few pleasures und pretty possessions than she can without food. Take It from mo, girls don't want to steal. If they knew how to eurn things for themselves, they wouldn't bo bud. Some day there'll be a way found for girls to earn whut they need before they get Into trouble, aot after. Then tho whole world'll bo different." In a recent report to tho Senate Military Committee, Gonoral March, Chief of StafT, stated that shipping arrangements had been mado by which 300,000 men might bo transported homo monthly, and that all of tho Amorican Expeditionary Forces could bo returned homo and demobilized within six months. Thero aro still about 785,000 men In camp in tho United States, and all will bo demobilized within a month from today except thoso rotained (ConUnusd oa rsg fir) 8ho was spoken 70 miles out tlireo days ugo but was held up by u storm and lost wireless communication with the cruiser Ilrooklyn. Tho latter was about to start out to search for tho transMirt when liews came that she wns safe. Cathedral as a "Thank Offering. Attention is called by our ComNew York, Jun. 27. Immediate commissioner of Emigration in Now pletion of tho national Episcopal York to tho movement of our foreign lit Washington us u "thank offering" for victory was urged by tho population back to Europe Thli Rev. Dr. William T. Mauiilng, rector suggests another sido to tho opln-- j Ion that great numbers of foreign of Trinity church, at the annual meeting of tho National Cathedral associa- laborers will pour into our country (Ceatlonsd oa rs( tin) tion here. r Pago Two TI1K CITIZEN Jnmicry 30, 1010. A LETTER FROM ENGLAND den's edition). I do not wish lo givo Tho following Interesting letter tho impression thai I poso as somo srlentlntis in all that ho did. To was written lo Mr. T. J Osborno by academician. My chief regret is I NORMAL resident in cannot rend tho classics in tho origiknow him was to admire- and lovo his brother-in-laBarnstaple,. England. Bccniiso of IU nal. confined him. Dean McAllister has been I havu lately been perusing somo The fatfulty and' students of tho pertinent observations relative. U) (o Hie house for n fow days "light though he will not own Vocational department extend sym- tho war, and tho terms of peace old volumes on America (North and ing Iho llu," from nn that It has hold of him. Ho expects, pathy to the family in this tlmo of passing English viewpoint, wo aro South) I have; also lluklayl's storlei it on for tho benefit of our of tho old mariners who went out and pray that tho to be able to attend n Rural loroavement however, readers. from England in King Alfred's, nnd Educational Conference In Daylona, hearts of thoso who lovo him may moro particularly Queen Bess" lime 5 Nelson Terrace, be comforted by Him who alone can Fla., tho last of Iho week. Barnstaple, England, lo discover tho north-we- st passage. The Normal department believes glvq comfort In hours of trial. December 21), 1018 By Jove, thoy wero "somo men, and in making use of good pcophj who My dear Tom: no mlstnkc." Mny be, I may ono have come up through its ranks. In IN MEMORIAM Your letter came to hand yester day coniu across and givo you a addition to Miss DcDord and Mr. We, the members of the Vocation- day with tho interesting items con lecture "How tho British Discovered Vanllook, who havo been with us for tho past few years as teachers, al faculty, and of the Union Churcli, cerning our kith and kin across tho America." I am afraid you are about cordivide, but our senti we havo added this winter 'two niwl its Bible School, and friends of seas. The sens rect as to Germany's hnrdened state. the community, wWi to express our ment ore uniled. strong men, Samuel Mayfleld and U.K. First, let nie wish you nnd yours A bully, void of all moral worth, Miller, both graduates of tho College deep sorrow In tho death of our brother, Daniel Click. We feel, (if I have not done so already) a sho has been for nges, and, llko tho department. Mr. Mayfleld was principal of the Ncwburn, Tcnn., schools keenly, our loss. He was our friend. very happy New Year. Wo shall leopard, cannot change her spots. 1010 under very different Sho is a whining bully now, crying for two years after graduation, and He walked and talked with us in start He was an honored auspices to 1018, when the incubus for bread for her children; she, who for tho past two years has been with friendliness. lila fndinp 111 niiinakf rnniifv. in imsiJ husband, of an honored wife. A of war lay very heavy upon us, but thought it no wrong lo bombard ness. But tho teaching instinct was loving father, a comrade, and n loyal which wo' wero resolved lo carry open lowns, destroying ships carry through to a successful termination, ing defenseless women and children, loo strong in him, and ho gave up citizen. His failh in his God was unshaken. cost what it might. Tho end has etc., etc. Ugh I The mind sickens trade to become one of us. Ho is taking a part of tho Science work He enjoyed his religion. During lw come, but with what a price lo our at her filth and bestiality, and sho And yet, wo should not must be made to bring forth fruits off of Professor Lewis. Wo aro glad, occasional visits, of tho writer, ho selves! It does seem loo, that ho brought back with him united in the prayers that wero of- shirk tho trial, if the dire necessitj meet for repentance. somo nl limes impossible to associate Thero nro Miss fered and had communion with tho ogam nroso. one of our former Normal girls, SNvinncy, as Mrs. Maylleld. Mr. Mil Great Spirit. Surely It has been things more desirable than peace Germany with the country that proeven honor, justice, nnd right. duced such men as Beethoven, Men- - ' ler does not bring a wifo back, but said to him, "Well Done." Now the fruits of victory remain delssohn, Wagner, and Brahmsl Tho I Wo shall miss him. he does como in a most becomin ' Lieutenant's uniform which may bo "How blest tho righteous when ho to bo hnrVestod. God grant that the whole nation seems to havo gono victories of petfee, may ho ovem to tho devil. How can one say ought i dies, a great aid in his making up thai else? I am afraid I have not an When sinks a weary soul lo rest." moro successful, nssured, and pi-deficiency. Since finishing his col- Signed, on behalf of tho Vocational manent, than thoso of war; tre- atom of sympathy either for tho lego work in Bcrea ho has done pacifist who wants to condone tho summer school work in Michigan faculty of Bcrea College, the Union mendous as tho latter have been. I quite agree with you, Germany crime, tho awful crime on humanAgricultural College and Wisconsin, Churcli and Bible School, and friends is in parlous state, and equally (he ity committed, nnd I ask, what ought j and has taught for a year in Canada, of tho community. James A. Burgess. samo may bo said of her misled to bo tho position of thoso men who ' year in addition to more than a confereres. Tho conditions, too, pre laid tho fuso in 1011, and set tho ! spent with his Uncle Sam. Ho takes vailing in Russia aro extremely ah world in flames of destruction? Kul- - ' Agriculture, up History, a class in ACADEMY SOCIALS score. To mo it portends a need of tur, Kul tu r, Kullurl Even now they and tho Physical Training work in Tho Literary Societies of this de' tho department, for which he is es- partment have adopted a plan of watchfulness, indeed extreme watch aro plotting to outwit us (the Al- fulness, from tho Allies. The end lies). They have a good merchant pecially fitted. entertaining tho wholo department. Tho Normal basket ball team is About onco every thrco weeks, ono is not yet, and if wo havo lo send licet. I would give them Justice starting in as a winner, having de of tho societies entertains during more troops into Germany, Austria, (not vengeance) and make them refeated tho Academy team in tho first tho vesper hour on Saturday nfghl. and Russia, i shall not bo surprised. turn ton for ton in respect to nil tho game of the season. It is also giving Last Saturdnv nichL Sicmn Tau en This awful Bolshevism, which is ships they destroyed, and rebuild the College department a hard racoi lcrtained wjlh mUsc, rcading, and frying to clutch the vitals of men, all tho fair places they havo laid The above diagram shows the distribufor first place in tho Y. M. C. A, a Wild West Stunt. They must as a change to Kaiserism, militar wasto and blasted. But what of tho and burgoisism. many fair lives destroyed, and Membership Drive which is now on. certainly be credited, for tho pro- ism, tion of the average Swift dollar received Tho Upper Chapel has mighty few gram they rendered was excellent. seems more lerriblo than any mons- hearts broken, beyond the possibilter that has yet materialised. Tho ity of solaco or relief? There is a vacant scats now during chapel. Every ono went away feeling well from sales of beef, pork and mutton, horrors of the French Revolution moral sido -- s well as a material sido There are today 78 young men and repaid for coming. awful as they were) wero mild to this question. "Let tho punish and their during 1918. 200 young women in attendance, and but ns a picnic compared lo tho ment fit tho crime." more than 2Vx girls for each boy. Tho Senior Class social was a real lengths men now arc committing The results of our general clccllon Will this announcement not bring success. Tho gym. was beautifully other young men in to become mem- decorated with the Academy colors. themselves for phantomTpowcr, and wero made known yesterday, and oilier men's goods and chatties. Lloyd-Georand the parly sup I91B Yen Book of Inttreiting bers of the department? nd A victrola and piano wer0 used to initructiv hcti ttnt on ttqucit. Pictures and fine penmanship will furnish music for tho jollification. Shall we see a resurrected society, porting him, returned with a bigger bo widely scattered over many states Various games were played, after and a purer one, arise from the majority than any government be Additu Swift (& Cotnptny as the result of the excellent work which refreshments wero served. debris? Only lime can prove, but fore, which proves old England is Union Slock Yrd, Chicago, Illinois just at present it is an awful "whirl- still sane, amid' the awful nonsense being done by our drawing teacher, Every ono departed happy. igig," loading only lo God only knows of extreme socialism. o Miss Borlct. where; sometimes, to our limited now has his mandate to attend miss I'arKcr, who was forced to Our department is not showing up Ho is tho go home for a few weeks rest after as wcn as It should in tho Y. M. C. horizon nothing but blind alleys; the Peaco Conference. right man for tho job. Mr. Asquith, & an attack of tho flu last fall, is back A membership contest. Get busy, bu- t"God works in a mysterious way, bis henchman, nnd nearly all tho again in tho Seventh and Eighth Doys!II We'll have to do belter etc., etc." notorious pacificists, were defeated grade room of tho Training School.' tlmn wo'ro doingl Wo should often bo very hopeless. al the polls. Thus speaks Great bo glad to All old students will but for. this. Now you say, you, and Britain today. OBITUARY learn that Professor Sbult is com- many on your side, wero doubtful Ireland, that land of impossible, ing back. Welcome home, Prof. psycholas to the wisdom of Woodrow Wil nnd The Vocational Department Loses Mrs. Dr. Roberts' is now ono of tho son coming to Europe Wo in tho ogy, is going to give us trouble. Sho Ono of Its Most Promising Young members of our faculty. Sho is as- old country havo never questioned (the south, particularly) alms ill Students sisting in Latin. tho good sense in tho step, either severance from the Union. Of ctmrse ns a means In a solution of tho dif Ulster wishes to remain In tho union God in His infinite wisdom called Tho Boston Transcript says: ficulties which may ariso at the and will havo nothing else Wo takunto Himself John Riley Witt, They aro now talking of making ing him from his friends and class- Miss Jano Addams mayor of Chicago. Peace Conference, or as a cement cannot have a republic there, close betoourshoro. There will be disaster Kuropenn nations bo saved from Its Ten per cent of our country folk mates, after a short illness with in- Having mado such a pronounced ing of tho yet, it is much to bo feared. nwful of our fluenza, followed by pneumonia. drain and.burdcns on the woJ- - cannot read or writo a word. In they tween tho two branchestongue, race thero success running Hull House, laws, iiioy aro neiier on in every respect faro of lll03(J conccrnL.(. , ,()l)0, view of thoso facts, Secretary Lano Itiley was a young man from fancy she could run tho hull town." with their common John .. literature, and unanimity as to than we in England. Tlinv it tint .nowever, nu our young men (iiko urges nn appropriation for a systo-ii'at- ic ..i. Mapoflln county who had porno to freedom's responsible claims. De know what they want, Bcrea for the first time at the beginSwiss) will havo to submit in campaign to cradlcato adult tho Prepared. I was interested to learn you ha pend on it. his (WAV.'s) coining ning of the Winter term and so was future to n military training, not so illitoracay. A train, running on u line which had not permitted to pursue his course achieved nn unenvliiblc notoriety for will all bo to the good, and history had a visit from ode of our Tommies, much with tho idea of offensive in agriculture very far, nor to know, slowness mid unpiinctuiillty, uftor los- will acclaim it as such. TIo ques- nnd that ho satisfactorily entertain- warfare, as 'o improvo permanently his teachers and classmates but for ing considerable time in a short Jour- tion most prominent (or apparently ed you by his lecture. Yes, liko you, their physical stamina and morals. LINCOLN STATUE FOR LONDON a short time. However, during this ney, suddenly stopped In the midst of sov seems to ho that of thp "Freedom Wo have many good "boys," and We havo spent a quid, but happy fields. shouted n Jovial pas- of the Seas." I do not think this is Iiioy havo shown themselves worthy c,irisllnas ari(1 although wo may not brief period bo had endeared him- senger, "Ouurdl"get "tuny I out and pick some likely to produco friction. Undo sons of tho stock they sprung from self to his teachers and all who flowers?" good "Afraid you won't llnd many Sam knows only loo well, we have Ono often fccla glad ho should havo havo had a superabundance of. knew him. In all bis work his. about here," said the conductor, things, wo havo had enough. Givo never used our Silent Navy, but to lived to sco "dor Tag." Wo could do our lovo to our nephows and nieces teachers and students havo lo say "Oh, there'll be heaps of preserve tho oceans for all who no less than we did. If faithfulness when you see them, and loll them of him Hint he was a splendid stu- time," replied the Jovial passenger chose to uso Ihem legitimately to a contract bo voted ns a virtuo wo livo in tho hopo of welcoming dent, painstaking, sincero and con- - "I've brought a packet or Heeds." Wo protected the weak, and often and a necessity in an individual. them to Blighty (old England) ono afforded opportunities to the strong how much moro tho need of intcg day. Let lliem visit tho land of ENORMOUS RAFT BUILT BY THE SWEDES (as witness our free trado procliv Hty to our sworn and pledged word th((ir falcrgi ..Ul() f lll0 braV() ities and our free ports)" detrimental In a nation! Wo British aro never and tho free." Finally lovo to you to our own interests. At any rate, indiclivo, but I hopo wo (with tho two from us three. so say I, who am professedly, no Allies) will mete out Justice to tho Tom. politician, but merely nn observer. Hun for his unmentionable deeds. Tho President cannot complain of Wo aro not yet "out of tho wood" his reception in this country. Wo and I hopo wo shall bo ready still From Leslie's Mngazino: Tho war aro usually voted a phlegmatic race, for any emorgenoy. Disarmament, rvealed an o.xlont of illiteracy in probably with some reason, but we by a certain class in this country, America almot unbullovablo. Sccre- appear to havo let ourselves looo is being clamored for, but, wo tary or tho Interior Lan0 points out havo (o remember that peaco has tlmt thero aro 700,000 men of draft i for once, ami have risnn lo thn-or- -I rasion. I wonder if old King George not been signed, and to boar in mind ago in tho United States who cannot Ill he t sentient being, and have any we must havo power to onforco tho ,,.a, writ in English or in any cognisance of things mundano nnd conditions of peace, and lo provont other language. Thero aro 5,500,000 mortal, what tho old chap must tho Bun having tho chanco to re- - ,lt.riJoiis over ton vears of aco who think of tho tall of his horso (rldo siiseitale, and lay his plans for cniiuol read or writo in any lantho equestrian stnliio In London) bo-i- future wars. Ho will do so if ho guage. Tho regular army novor enbedecked with "Old Glory," I am can, and if his claws aro not drawn. listed illiterates, but tho Draft Act ' "Tho Leaguo of Nations" to pro-ve- nt brought into tho army approximatethinking It would be n case of hurt war, Is vory admirablo in ly 35,000 illiterates and ns many ing his feelings, "poor old fellow." I am deeply Interested In Wood-ro- w theory, but I am often wondering moro who wero almost Illiterate, Wilson's oratory. It affords how tho idea will work out in actual Tlipso soldiers could not sign llinlr I am vory dubious, me much pleasure, instruction and practice. Ilka names. Thov could not road tho This Is th' Smut datidciiM stutuu of food for thought, i am told ho look n former namcsako, but I slncoroly manual of arms. Thoy could not Mtriilmni Llneo'n, In Lincoln park, our Edmund Burko as his oxcmplnr, mist tno ennnecs ot war may jm rta, thoir letters or writo homo Chicago, u duplicate ()f which will bo nnd studied his liternturo well. reduced by somo means to a mini- - fhoy could not read their daily erected III the Cniiiiliig liielomiro In I havo Inloly been moving out some mum. If governments anil states- - orders posted on bulletin boards in Westminster. Uridon. n will murk a the old books in my small library, men would only delay thoir fatoful comn. Thov eould not understand century of pence between the United of .States nnd Great as nllho, an omnivorous reader of decisions, and not bo In loo muolt Bgnai8 In tlmo o batllo. Th0 cco- - has been chosen Britain. This stutuo for reproduction after fiction, I havo been pretty sick of uasio or no rusneii, men wo may n0nilo loss through Illiteracy is cstl-hau nitlior violent controversy over tho This great ruft, built at Ilaparaiula, .Sweden, und now wifely unclmred hopo. Wo seem to remember ,nted at $825,000,000 a vear on tho comparative merits of u tlgurc by s" ut u wharf In the harbor at Copeuhugen, Deumurk, Is 118 meters In length, it lately. I am now reading 17 meters wide, three meters above wuter lino and live below. The crew by tho Archbishop of Cam-bra- l, a former Holy Alliance whos0 theor- - conservative assumption that tho George Gruy llurnurd. of seven men. The rnft took six months to build and contains uh mueli and published in 17C0. it is les wero excellent, but proved Itself productive labor valuo of nn lllltcr. wood uh four big Meamers, und Is held together by un lugeiilous system of capital stuff. When I havo digested Iltllo less than a nuisance. Con- Dally Thouoht. nt0 js CS3 by 50 cents n day steel culiles und wires. this I shall tacklo "Horace," (Dry- - scriptlon I liopo will die, and tho than that of an educated person. When men speak 111 of thee, lire that nobody will bcllovo It. Plato. School News from Various Departments - w, The Swift Dollad for 1918 r . f xCfjr Expenses 12.96 JJo ToStockRaiscr oro, S r I J ed ts, ge Lloyd-Goorg- Swift Company, U.S. A. i 1 ,,, ,. ng vo "Tolo-mashu- eon-uls- ts 0y I Jnnunry .10, 1010. THE CITIZEN woras: "aronoy" thirst" shall euro llk6 a fire In him." Sho rose and smiled ns she looked Into my face. I saw a kind, gentle glow In her oyes that reassured me. She clnppcd her hands with Joy. Sho examined my palm and grew serious and stood looking thoughtfully at tho setting sun. I sec, now, her dark figure standing against the sunllght'ns It stood that day with Amos In Its shadow. What n singular eloquence In tier poso nnd gestures nnd In her sllcnco I remember how It bound our tongues that sllcnco of hers I Tho womnn turned with a kindly smllo nnd sat down In tho grass again and took tho sheet of paper and d resting It on n book began to write these words: "I see the longing of tho helper. One, two, three, four great perils shall strike nt him. He shall not be nfrald. God shall fill his heart with laughter. I hear guns, I hear many voices. His nnmc Is In them. He shall bo strong. The powers of darkness shall fear him, he shall be n lawmaker and the friend of God nnd of many people, nnd great men shall bow to his Judgment nnd ho shall" shaking She began her head, thoughtfully and did not finish the sentence, nnd by nnd by the notion n came to me that some unplcnsnnt must hnve halted her pencil. Aunt Decl brought some luncheon wrapped In paper nnd the old woman took It and went away. My aunt folded tho sheets nnd put them In her trunk nnd wc thought no more 0 them until but wc shall know soon what reminded us of tho prophet 1 yellow-coverevis-Io- I'agc Three -- - to read to nrraffOIf. THE LIGHT iN THE HEARING" A TALE OF THE NORTH COUNTRY IN THE TIME OF SILAS WIGHT IRVING BACHELLERw AUTHOt Of UiU HOLDtH. ttt AND I. DAC6EL Of Tilt tlttUD OUX RUflNO UP VITH UZZIt, ETC, ETC eormact mnrntMnmrn, itvwa uanim of whnf they were. X knew that there CHAPTEIl Uaynea, orphan. wns nono In our house. U taken to live with hli unci. I'm body "Whnt's thatr I nsked. Jlaynra, and his Aunt Deel on a farm on Jlattleroad In a neighborhood callwl I.lck. She laughed and nnswered: "Some1H- !,,,r.,r.p"!( oul the meeta llirton Hallr Dunkelbera;. about hli own airs, but body that n girl Is married to." aoclally of a claaa above the llaynrnca, "You menn n father?" and ta faeclnatod by the prettr face "Tes." and fine clothe. "Onco I had a futher," I boasted. "Well, we'll play we're married nnd My heart bent fast nt thought of the legendary Dunkclbcrgs. Undo that you hnve Just got home from n You go out In the woods looked me over from top to too. Journey. "Heavens I" lie exclaimed. "Go down nnd then you come homo nnd I'll to the lirook iiiul wash tho mud oft meet you nt tho door." I did as she hade mo but I was not yer feet nn' legs." I ran for tliu lirook nnd before I glnd enough to seo her. "You must kiss me," sho prompted lind returned to my uncle I henrd the In n whisper. horn blow. I kissed her very swiftly nnd gin"Tbo Dunkclbcrgs l tbo Dunkclbcrgs I Come quick I" It seemed to gerly llko one picking up a hot coal nnd she caught me In her arms any. Mr. Dunkelberg was n Mg, broad- - nnd kissed me three times while her soft hnlr threw Its golden veil over shouldered, solemn-lookinmnn. how bis fnee reminded mo of n llon'H our faces. "Oh, I'm so glad to see you," sho vrblcb I bnd seen In one of my picture books. He bad n thick, lone, out- raid as sho drew away from me nnd standing muKtncbo nnd side whiskers, shook bnck her hair. "Oollyl this Is fun I" I said. eyes and heavy eyebrows. nnd deep-so- t "Now go to sleep nnd I'll tell yon He Stood for half a moment looking down nt"me from n great heteht with n story," enld she. Then she told pretty tnlcs of fairhis right bnnd In his pocket I henrd a little Jlnglu of coins down where ies nnd of grand ladles nnd noble genhis bnnd was. It excited my curios- tlemen who wore gold coats und ity. He took a step toward me and swords and diamonds und silks, and I retreated. I feared, n little, this said wonderful words In sucn a wonman. My fen re left mo derful way. I dare say It prospered hi?. suddenly when he Hpoko In u small all the better In my ears becauso of squeaky voice that reminded mo of the mystery by which Its meanings wore pnrtly hidden. the chirping of n bird. I had many "I.lttle boy, come hero nnd I will questions to ask and she told me what make you a present," said he. were fairies and silks nnd diamonds It reminded me of my disappoint- nnd grand ladles and noble gentlemen. ment when uncle tried to shoot his We Hat down to one of our familiar Kim nt n squirrel und only the cap dinners of unit pork and milk gravy cracked. nnd apple pic now enriched by sweet I went to him nnd he tnld n sliver pickles and preserves nnd frosted piece In tue pnlm of my hand. Aunt cake. dinPeel began to hurry about Retting A query bnd entered my mind nnd ner ready while Uncle Peabody nnd soon after we bad begun eating I I snt down on thu porch with our asked: Clients, among whom wns n pretty, "Aunt Decl, what Is the difference blue-eyegirl of about my own nge. between a boy und n girl?" There was n little silence In which my aunt drew In her breath nnd exclaimed, "W'yl" nnd turned very red and covered her faco with her napkin. Uncle I'eabody laughed so loudly tbut the chickens begun to cackle. Mr. and Mrs. Dutfkelberg also covered their faces. Aunt Deel rose nnd went to the stove und shoved the teapot along, exclaiming: "Goodness gracious sakes alive 1" Tho tea slopped over on tho stove. Uncle I'enbody laughed louder und Mr. Dunkelberg'8 face was purple. Shop cume running Into the houso Just as I run out of It. I had made-umy mind that I had done something worse than tipping over n whatnot. Thoroughly frightened I lied and took refuge behind tho where Sully found me. I knew of one thing I would never do again. Sho coaxed mo Into tho grove where we had another play spell. I needed Just that kind of thing, nnd what n time It was for met A pleasant sadness comes when I think of that day It was so long ugo. As tho Iunkelberg8 left us 1 stood looking down the road on which they were disappearing. That evening my ears caught n noto of sadness In tho "Sally, This Is Barton Baynea. Can't voice of the kntydlds, nnd memory You Shake Hands With HlmJ" Said began to play Its pnrt with me. llest Mrs, Dunkelberg. of all I remembered the kisses und curly the linlr that the bright blue eyes nnd rosessoft with long, golden-browIn It. hair with the smell of SYNOPSIS. Vr by nnd by. "A story," ho nnswered. "I mat a rngged ol' womnn In tho road t'other day an' sho give me a lot of 'em and showed mo tho pictures an' I got to rcndln' 'cm. Don't yon tell anybody 'cnuso my ol' dad hates stories an he'd lick mo 'til I couldn't stan if he knew I was rcndln' 'cm." I begged him to read out loud and he read from n tnle of two robbers nnmed Thunderbolt and Llghtfoot who lived In a cavo In tho mountains. They were bold, free, swearing men who rode beautiful horses nt a wild gallop nnd carried guns nnd used them freely nnd with unerring skill nnd helped themselves to what they wanted. He stopped, by nnd by, nnd confided to me tho fact that he thought ho would run nwny and Join a bnnd of robbers. "How do you run nwny?" I asked. "Just tnke the turnplko nnd keep goln' toward tho mountains. When ye meet a band o' robbers 'glvo 'cm the sign an' tell cm you want to Join." He went on with the book nnd read how the robbers had hung a captlvo who had persecuted them nnd Interfered with their sport. Tho story explained how they put the ropo around the neck of tho captive and threw tho other end of It over tho limb of a trco and pulled tho man Into "What's that?" I yentnred to ask GERMANY MUST PAY Kaiser's Men Responsible Millions of Murders. for CANNOT PAY FOR LIVES LOST Nation Mutt Be Forced to Pay and Pay and Pay,' Until It Hat Learned That Might Is Not Right. A. PATTERSON. In By WRIGHT France nnd Ilclglum today very close to 3,000,000 soldier graves Mint would not have been there had Germany not started a war of conquest to gratify tho selfish ambitions of a selfish people for world domination. In theso graves are buried the heroes of America, of England, of France, of Belgium, of Italy, of Canada, of Australia, of Sonth Africa, of India, of Portugal, of Morocco, of China nnd other parts of the world. These heroes gave their lives that the cruelly selfish plans of the Boche might bo defeated; that the world might bo n dwelling plnce for freemen and not for tho slaves of autocracy. jAnd the war In which they made There nre punish the nations that have commit' ted the most tcrrlblo crimes known to modern times, at least, by making the people of these nations work only that they mny pay. Among tho saddest sights to be found In the bnttle nrens of Europo today Is the lonely grave, the little cross that stands by Itself and marks the spot where n soldier met death by n stray shell. There were many, many thousands of these seen ntong the sides of the thousand miles of roadways I covered In Helglum nnd northern France, nnd In very many cases they marked the spot where n German shell had ennght n transport driver ns he guided his tmck to or from the front. The boys who He In these lonely graves were heroic Amcrlcnn boys, heroic French boys, heroic British boys, nnd they have paid the great price that the ISoche might not destroy the freedom of the world. They gave their nil, and whatever the Bochc mny be made to pay will be strtall In comparison with this sacrifice. Near what was the city of Noyon one may see n striking comparison between the methods of the Bocho nnd those of the nations that have been fighting the Germans. Here lie burled sldo by side both French and German Around each cemetery tho soldiers. French hnve built n fence. Over each French grave files a French flag, and on each German grave green boughs have been placed by the French. Such womnn. g Ilon-llk- c d The autumn passed swiftly. I went to the village one Saturday with Uncle I'enbody In high hope of seeing tho Dunkclbcrgs, but nt their door wc learned that they had gone up the river on n picnic. What n blow It wns to me I Tears llowcd down my cheeks nnd I clung to my uncle's hand nnd wnlked back to the main street of the village. A squad of small boys Jeered and stuck out their tongues nt me. It wns pity for my y sorrows, no dbubt, that led Uncle to take me to cno tnvern for dinner, where they were nssuaged by cakes and Jellies nnd chicken pie. At Christmas I got n picture-booand forty raisins and three sticks of candy with red stripes on them and a Jew's-harThat was the Christmas we went down to Aunt Liza's to spend the day and I helped myself to two pieces of cake when the plate I wns paxxod und cried because they all laughed ut my greediness. It wns tne day when Aunt Liza's boy, Truman, got n sliver watch nnd chain and her daughter Mary n gold ring, nnd when all the relatives were Invited to come nnd be convinced, once nnd for all, of Uncle Itoswell's prosperity, and be tilled with envy nnd reconciled with Jelly nnd preserves nnd roast turkey with suge dressing and mince nnd chicken pie. What nn nmount of preparation we had made for the Journey, nnd how long wc had talked ubout Pea-oook the air. He stopped suddenly nnd demanded: "Is there a long rope hero?" I pointed to Uncle Pcabody'e hay rope hanging on a peg. "Lc's hang a captive," he proposed. At first I did not comprehend his meaning. Ho got U10 ropo and threw Its end over the big beam. Our old shepherd dog had been nosing the mow near us for rats. Amos caught the dog who, suspecting no harm, camo pasMvcly to tho rope's end. He tied the rope around the dog's neck. "We'll draw him up on It It won't hurt him any," he proposed. I looked nt him In sllcnco. My heart smote mc, but I hadn't courage to take Issue with tho owner of a silver watch. When the dog began to struggle I threw my arms nbout him and cried. Aunt Deel hnppened to w.'- .'.Bl Burial Place of Americans In Lorraine. sharp-fenture- ash-hous- In the spring my uncle hired a mnn to work for us a noisy, brawny, d fellow with keen gray eyes, of the nnmc of Dug Draper. Aunt Decl hated him. I feared him but regarded him with great hope because he had a funny way of winking nt me with one eye across the table and, further, because he could sing and did sing while he worked songs that rattled from his lips In n way that umused me greatly. Then, too, he could rip out words that had new nnd wonderful sound In them. I made up my mind that he was likely to become a valuable asset when I y hoard Auut Decl snw to my Uncle 11 Pea-bod- ltl : "You'll hnvo to send nwny, right now, ayes, will." that loafer I guess you "Why?" hung In "Sully, this Is Ilnrton Haynos can't you shako hands with him" wild Mrs. curls. Dunkelberg. With n 8inllo tho girl enmo nnd offered me her bnnd and rande n funny bow nnd said tlint she was glad to dec me. I took her hand uwkwurdly nnd modo no reply. I had never seen ninny girls und had no very high opinion of them. As we snt there I henrd the men talking ubnut the great Silas Wright, who had Just returned to his home He had not entered my In Canton. consciousness until then. While I eat listening I felt n tweak of my hair, and looking around I saw the Dunkelberg girl standing behind mo with a saucy umllo on her fuce. "Won't you como and play with met" slio luked. I took her out In tho garden to Bhow her where my wutermelon had lain. At tho moment I couldn't think of anything clso to show her. As wo wulked ulong I observed that her feet were in dainty shiny button-shoos- . Suddenly I begun to bo ashamed of my feet that were browned by tho sunlight and scrutched by tha briers. The ubsent wutermehm didn't soein to Interest her. "Let's pluy houso lu tho grove," Bald she, and showed mo how to build a houso by luylug rows of stones with an opening for a door. "Now you bo my husband," said eho. Oddly enough I bad ucurd of hut hud only u shadowy, notion bus-bun- I ' ' "Decuuso this boy has learnt to swenr like a plrute ayes ho hasl" Uncle I'enbody didn't know It but I myself hud begun to suspect It, nnd that hour the man was sent away, nnd I remember that he left In anger with a number of those new words flying from his lips. A forced march to the upper room followed that event. Uncle I'enbody explained that It was CHAPTER II. wicked to swear that boys who did hud very bad luck, and mine enmo I Meet the Silent Woman and Silas It In n moment. I never had more of Wrlflht, Jr. nlong In tho same length of os GrlmKhuw was thcro In our It come Am doorynrd the day that tho old rugged time. After I censed to play with tho woman cume along and told our fortunes she was culled Itovln' Kate, Wills boy Undo I'enbody used to nnd wns said to huve the gift of "sec- say, often, It was a pity that I hadn't comond sight," whatever that may be. It somebody of my own age for wns n bright autumn day and tho pany, livery day I felt sorry that tho leaves luy deep In tho edge of tho Wills boy had turned out so badly, Sho spoke uever n word und I doubt not the cat and tho shepwoodlands. but stood pointing nt her palm und herd dog nnd the chickens und Undo I'eabody also regretted his failures, then nt Amos und ut me. especially tho dog und Undo I'eabody, Aunt Doel nodded nnd said: "Ayes, Kute tell their fortunes If who boro ull sorts of Indignities for my sake. yo'vo nnythlng to suy ayes I" One day when Uncle Tenbody went She brought two sheets of paper and tho old woman sat down upon tho for tho mull ho brought Awqs Grim-Bhuto visit me. He was four yenrs o grass und began to wrlto with a stub of n pencil. I have now thoso older than I u freckled, fateful sheets of paper covered by boy with u lurgo mouth and thin lips. tho scrawls of old Kate. I remember Ho wore u silver wutch and chain, how sho shook her head and sighed which strongly recommended him In und Put beating her forehead with my vlow and enabled mo to endure tho knuckles of her bony hands nfter his ulr of condescension. Ho let mo feci It and look It nil sho had looked at tho palm of Amos. Swiftly tho point of her pencil run over and I slyly touched the chain over und up nnd down tho sheet llko with my tongue Just to seo If It bad tho movements of 11 frightened ser- any taste to it, and Amos told mo pent. In the silence how loudly tho that his futher had given It to htm und pencil seemed to hiss lu Its swift Hues that It ulwuys kept him "kind o' sculrt." mul loops. "Why?" My nunt exclaimed "Mercy I" as sho "For fenr I'll break er lose It an looked ut tho sheet; for while I knew not, then, tho strange jleyLca sjftu git llcjied." he nnswered. Ho took u little yellow papcr-co- v nnd by, that thu paper, Ikuus red hook from his. pocket and began It, won v SSoet. lleneath It wero tho w lit-tld treatment for the German dead only emphasizes the need that Germany pay for the desecration of tho graves of the allied soldiers committed by her troops In France. Further Display of Impudence. Jnst at the edge of the little French city of St. Mlhlel, held by the Germans for four years nnd retaken by tho American troops late last summer. Is a German cemetery that stands as ' an Insult to the French people. Here nre buried a large number of German officers. In this cemetery the Germuu government erected a magnificent marble shaft commemorating the valor of these German officers, and over the graves stand elaborate marble and granite monuments erected to the memory of these German officers. These monuments have been erected on what has always been French soil, and they stand there as one of the places. , greatest pieces of Impudence commitWhen the Dog Began to Struggle, I Severe Lesson for Germany. ted by the German nation in this war. Threw My Arms About Him and German money cannot pay for those Cried. This Is hut another of tho many, lives, but that spirit of greed, of wan-- , many Incidents that add to tho seribo near. She came and saw Amos tonness, of selfish ambition, that pro-- I ousness of tho crimes committed by pulling nt the ropo and mo trying to duced tho senseless, needless war In the Bochc, and for which he should save the dog. which they died, must be crushed, nnd pay. "Come right down offn thnt mow It can be crushed only by making the A very considerable portion of tho tills mlnuto," said she. German pay, nnd pay, nnd pay, until soil of Belgium and northern France When we bnd como down nnd tho he has learned that might Is not right is today given over to the graves of dog had followed, pulling tho rope nnd that war for the purposes of con- -' soldiers of tho allies, and these solafter him, Aunt Deel was palo with quest and domination Is not profitable. dier boys would not be dead, these anger. An American regiment, to which I graves would not bo there, millions of "Go right home right home," said had belonged some years ago, and In homes would not today be In mournwhich were enrolled mnny personal ing, sho to Amos. had not n selfish people started a ' "Mr. Ilnynes said thnt ho would friends, had fought on that field. As war for the purposes of conquest and long rows of take me up with the horses," sutd I walked beside the loot; n war conducted with nil the wooden crosses, nnd knew that some wantonness and cruelty of savages. Amos. "Ye can use shnnks horses nyesl of them marked tho resting places of Why should they not pay, and pay, they're good enough for you," Aunt my friends, I felt, ns any other Amcri- -' and pay, until they find that an unDeel Insisted, and so the boy went enn would hnve felt under tho samo holy war, such us they wuged, Is tho conditions, that Germany must pay In nwny In disgrace. most unprofitublo business In which "Whero are your pennies?" Aunt order that Germany should learn that man can engage? might Is not right. Deel suld to me. I nm suro that every father, every. I felt In my pockets but couldn't mother, every brother, every sister, SPARROWS' NESTS IN A SHIP find them. "Where did ye have 'cm last? my every relutlvo nnd friend of thoso American boys who nro burled on Eu-- ! uunt demnnded. v ropean battlefields will feel that Ger-- ! Attracted by Grain and Not at All Af"On the haymow." fected by Noise, Birds Make many must pay and pay heavily for "Como an' show mo." Home There. We went to the mow und searched tho desolation she has caused throughpennies, but not one of them out the world. for tho A largo tramp steamer had been There Is on tho Somrao battlefields, could we find. I remembered that when I saw them not far from what onco wns tho beau- towed into a northeust coast port for tiful little city of Pcronne, a soldiers' repairs. After having discharged her last Amos had them In his hand. In British troops nro cargo of grain, she wns placed In a "I'm nwful 'frnld for him nyes I cemetery On which Uttlo wooden cross dry dock, situated In tho middle of oV each burled. be I" said Aunt Deel. "I'm 'frnld establishment, had been painted the namo of tho sol- largo Itovln' Knte wus right nbout him dier burled beneath It, ns well as tho with ull tho usual accompaniment of ayes I" letter of his company and tho number noise from pneumatic hammers, steam "Whnt did she sny?" I nsked. battalion. In the onrush of the whistles, shouting of men, and other "Tbut ho was goln' to bo bung-a- yes of his last March this cemetery, was noises common to nil such works. I You can't play with him no Huns cruelty of tho Tho grain, of which there Is always Boys that tako what don't taken, and tho wanton more. Bocho Is nowise better Illustrated than a good deal left about after tho holds belong to 'em which I hopo ho didn't by tho fact that bo went through that aro swept up, uttracted tho sparrows ayes I hopo It awful nre apt to cemetery and painted out tho names In largo numbers, and, as If guided by be hung by their necks until they Instinct, they commenced to build British dead. nro doud Jest us ho was goln' to of these nests In various parts of tho ship. Should Pay to the Limit hang ol' Shop uyosl they are I" Undeterred by tho noise or by tho Undo I'enbody seemed to feel very Should tho Bocho not pay for such constant going nnd coming of tho bud when ho learned how Amos had dastardly work as that? Should he workmen, they reared their broods turned out. not pay for attempting to deprive tho before tho repairs were completed, "Don't sny a word nbout It," snld relatives and friends of thoso British and tbo vessel sailed. This is believed be. "Mebbo you lost tbo pennies. soldiers of knowing their final resting to be a unlquo case, for although the place, even though, thanks to the BritDqn't mind 'em." sparrow Is a bold bird, It needed some ish graves commission, tho attempt pluck to undertake homo 'building la next wcok.) (Continued will not bo successful? Ho must pay such circumstances. The workmen adtho penalty Just us any other criminal mired the pluck of theso boisterous, Dally Thought must pay tho penalty for bis crimes. cheeky birds, und watched tho proceedwell-reaOur lutii respect for a Tho, world cannot send an entire na- ings to the (tight of the young birds man Is praise enough of literature, tion to Jail, but the world can today with great Interest I ' g d the Inst great sacrifice was started by Germany only to gratify the selfish greed of a people who had been taught that might Is right I realized the tragic Interest of America In these graves as I walked over the hilltop at Gullllmont farm, near the village of Bony, and found there two large cemeteries In which American dead Ho burled. I realized It anew as Gen. Henry Rawllnson, commanding tho Fourth British army, recounted to me the Incidents of that battle In which American troops mode the first break In the HIndenburg line, and when he told me of the wonderful gallantry of those American boys, "tho most gallant troops that ever fought on a battlefield." Today more than 1,000 of those gallant American boys are buried in soldier graves on that battlefield, and little wooden crosses mark their resting Emerson. Page Four TUK CITIZEN PUBLIC SCHOOL. NOTES E. F. Dimey, Principal o January A 30, 10lt. Flu still lurks around. This week-tw- To Dan N. Click, who passed away, of our teachers, Misses Bowles January 34, 1919. nnd Scale, are' lilt with a substanBest Equipment and Service at Lowest Cost. tial but not serious attack at Boone Dear friend, farewell wo held thco Wards for Men and for Women, Tnvern. dear. Private Rooms, Bath9, Electric Service. Mrs. Henry Bickncll supplies this God loved thco loo, thy work was week for Mlss Bowles while Miss good. Eye, Nose and Ear Surgery, Care in Child-birtFletcher supplies, for Miss Scalo. Ho whispered come, thy soul did'' Russel Hayes and Robert Wilson GENERAL PRACTICE hear, sustained painful injuries this week And joined tho angels' brother on the playground. Both, however, hood. Come in and visit an establishment, which is a friend in were. back on tho Job next morn, as people. need, and in reach of all the gaino as ever. lliy raco is run, tny victory won, Attendance is good this week Thy soul's rejoicing on its way: Miss HulTdias tho distinction of the A nobler work thy hands hav0 found Robert H. Cowley, M. D., Physician largest attendance for nny one grade. Harlan Dudley, M. D., Physician In tho land dT eternal day. Mrs. Anna Powell Hackett, R. N., Superintendent Hor daily attendance In Second I. H. L. grade thus far this week is 51. Mrs. Helen Stearn Sharpe, R.N., Assistant Parents and friends, please re DEATH OF CHARLES W. JOHNSTON member two we' Friday Tho many friends of "Charlio next at 3:00 pm., School auditor- Johnston," in Berea and elsewhere, ium, the Parent-TeacheAssociawill be pained to learn that he died proved itself during our participation in ' tion. at his home, Huntsburg, O., last ' Parents please cxamino carefully Tuesday. banking: is difficult to say the war. the grado cards you will bo asked to Charlie Johnston camo to Berea NEWS OF BEREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM A beerf have conditions sign and return to teachers this about 1890 and owned tho ten acres VARIETY OF SOURCES week. it they have been stable and responsive to between Ladles Hall and tho creek. Tho children are responding beau After a residence in Ohio ho returnthe needs of the situation. You should tifully to tho intensive work occa- ed nnd owned thu land on Scaffold ' Dr. J. M. Logsdon will continuo sioned by the flu handicap. Let Cane pike on which the Model Rural support a bank which supports the system. his dental practice with Dr. S. R everybody encourage tho children to Scho61 now stands. Ho was a good Scientific horse shoeing, line iron Baker. Dr. Logsdon was in with try faithfully to pass on to the next citizen, a good neighbor, a devoted work and repairs of all descriptions Baker before Uncle Sam called him grade. member of th0 Union church, and n at the College Blacksmith Shop, to tho army to help save our coun promoter of every good cause. Wo Main Street, north of The Citiien try. Dr. Logsdon mado good in tho PROFESSOR HARSH PROMOTED hope ho has children who will bring ad. army, got his commission before the Ofllce. Prof. Miles E- - Marsh, long one of, his namo back to tho College. Armistice was signed and has been tho popular and devoted "wheel Tho following is a letter from Mrs. right honorcbly discharged. horses" of Berea, has been called to Johnston, who has the sincere es We Sell hats and sell them He cays ho was glad when the war I . . i uc ad. Mrs. Laura Jones. me r ... lime fciuiiBU uir it... liiuiuus mini teem and sympathy of all: Huntsburg, 0., Wm. Campbell of tho Col was over, but made himself happy School for Boys," near Asheville, Lieut. lego department, now in tho service while he wr.s there; he is that way, N. C and will accept. For this im January 25, 1919. sid, portant work ho is oxcused from Dear Friends: and located in a camp in Texas, a good way to be. I am forced to pen to you th tho Y. M C A. Service in Washing-- 1 spent last Thursday in Bcrea on his NOT WHAT, BUT HOW? way to his homo In Fleming Did you tackle the job that camo ton, in which ho was for the yeari sorrowful message of tho passing of county. engaged my beloved husband and companion, , your way, Professor Marsh has probably done on Tuesday of this week. Arthur Dorsey, teacher in tho With a resolute heart and rheer God knows our loss and the weight as much for the success of Berea a$ Foundation School, visited his fam ful. ily at Gravel Switch several days Or hide your face from the light of any worker except the President,"? of our sorrow, and Ho carries tho having done constructive work flrst burden or I should bo buried belast week. While there his grand day as head of the Academy, and later neath it. mother died and he remained a day With a craven heart, and fearful? longer in qrdcr to be at tho funeral. Oh a trouble's a ton or trouble's an of the Vocational Schools, and be An acuto attack of bronchitis, not ing the real founder of the Regi- alarming at first, soon accompanied Miss Anna Brock of Foundation ounce, strar's Office. He is one of the first by very high fever and heavy sweats School received a visit from her Or trouble is what you make it; father, J. E. Brock, of Crab Orchard, It isn't the fact that you'er licked men in the whole country in tho had overcome his vitality, and al matter of Vocational Guidance and tho end of six days and ntghls ho last week. licked that counts, deDr. J. Chester Gabbard, Dentist, student labor, and in his new field was no moro with us. But only, How did you take it? i Very sincerely, now located up stairs over the Meat will render distinguished service to Mrs. C. W. Johnston. Market in the Coyle Building. Como Your beaten to earth. Well, what's tho cause of progressive education. that? and see mo in my new location. Berea will greatly feel his loss. Come up with a smiling face. Twice in the last two weeks the but be is not lost to the mountain Y. M. C. A. NOTES Foundation School was made sa.1 It's nothing against you to fall down work, and will still bo a helper. Every one is interested in the flat, by the death of members of tho debrother and neighbor in North present campaign for members. TuesBut to lie there that's disgrace. partment. They were Colo Hall of day noon there were over 100 paid Viper and Lawrence Powell of Clo- The harder you're thrown, why tho members. The campaign closes higher you bounce; ver Bottom. Both students died of Thursday evening al 7:30. instead BOOTLEGGER SENTENCED Bo proud of your blackened eye. pneumonia which followed the fhv Hopkins, restaurant of Sunday. At thai time tho banHarrison Mr. Hall's father and mother were It isn't the fact that you're licked keeper and. booze dealer on Railiad ner will be presented to tho IJrst trarr .tx:.: that counts, with him when ho die'd. Lawrence's 100 per cent departmcnL father and sister, Anna, a former It's How did you fight and Why? street, was arrested by Chief WatLast Sunday night Professor Smith kins last Saturday afternoon fiv Berea teacher, were with him at the And though you spoke to about 100 fellows. His u. be dono to death, last. topic was, "Tho Present Campaign, what then? Ho appeared for trial boforo Po- T. J. OsbonyHias been having his If you battled the best you could, ice Justice W. J. Tatum on Monday tho Atlanta Conference and tho flu during tho past turn with the If you played your part in the world morning, and was given a flno of Coming Gospel Meetings." week, but is now recovering. Al) Bible Discussion Groups will of men, 9100.00 and sentenced to forty days meet In a united meeting this Mrs. D. W. Jackson is quito sick Why, tho critic will call it "good." in jail. Thursday night in the Chapel. Prof. with the flu. Death comes with a crawl, or comes Tho sentence was later suspended, to speak at this Richmond Kentucky D. YvV Jackson is able to bo out pounce. with a however, on condition that tho pris- Charles Lewis is meeting. again after having an attack of flu. And whether lie's slow or spry, oner would leave tho Slate and not The homo of Mr. and Mrs. Roy It isn't tho fact that you're dead return. BEREA DEFEATS WESLEYAN that counts, v Jackson of Morenci, Mich., was made "Bootlegging" is neither popular A GUARANTEED The game between tho Wesleyan But only How did you die? January by tho happy on the 7th of nor profitable in Berea, and public Think o( li. Mr Parmrr.bere'a a remedy for hoffebnkra 4fwm Una and Berea basket ball teams lasl How I UI nUH that li aold under a "Lriral lluinnlii llond arrival of a little daughter, Barbara. sentiment will heartily commend Saturday afternoon furnished exS. R. Baker's favorite poem. Mr. Jackson is a son of Mr. and Mrs. our local administrators of tho law citing1 entertainment for the large Tho Truth is no Lie. for just severity to all offenders. J. H. Jackson of Chestnut street. thonIr rmwlrvritapthftt 1iirarntfttnrqrfen4rr,'"ttthAtf rbtr. I crowd that filled the Tabernacle, li th work IwtU-- than mnr ethr knwn nmJF. or wmiM not ! oM cm I Advertisement. luchftvtruotftfUAniiu. Uurt,Str4,fllonfc.uu. Al Alt IfrurgUU. Ernest Chaslccn who has been in to witness tho battle. Tho Wesmmiciiur- - Kr.MBur lumpaht. Kv. Franco with the 138th Field Artilleyan players wcro in flno feltlo and SOCIAL EVENING Porter-Moor- o NOTICE Tho Co. Sold by Drag lery was in Berea Sunday. Mrs. Daniel Green of , Walnut put up a great gamo from tho flrt All persons having claims against 138th was formerly tho First Kengave a social Saturday blow of the whistle. Berea's aggreMeadow pike tucky Guard, mostly from Louis- James A. Anderson, deceased, will night. January 25, in honor of Mr. gation did not show their customary 149th INFANTRY BAND J, W. Herndon Jno. F. Dean ville and vicinity. It was preparing present same to me for collection, DISORGANIZED leav- - vim al flrst, and their basket shootwhen tho, armis- properly verified, between now ami and Mrs. Ollie Terrill who aro to go to the front Word has been received by par-- 1 DEALERS IN REAL ESTATE ing, on not up to February 1, 1919, or claim will bo ing town. Th6ro were forty present: standard, the whole, was tice was signed and was immediateand tho flrst half closed enls of Berea boys of the 1 tOtli In-- 1 v all were in good spirits and had a Berea, Kentucky barred. ly' sent homo. fantry Band that they linvo boon lively time. Games wcro played with Wesleyan in the lead. Mrs. Emma Anderson, Executrix Come on to Berea I Oct ready for U. S. Wyatt and son, Oscar, moWith tho opening of tho last half, transferred to other organizations. and ice cream and cako wero served tored to Lexington, Monday, returna battle royal began, nnd it was S'omo have been transferred to bands the Winter Term! Wo havo some while tho string band of Vinegar FOR SALE ing the next day. Ridgo furnished music for tho oc- soon ovident Berea was "in to win." in tho army of occupation and others real bargains in town property and Houso ami lot on High street. aro unassigned, from latest reports. some farms near town worth tho Tho First Semester ended for tho casion. All report a most enjoyablo Play was "fast and furious" with All aro anxious to return homo. Ten money asked for them. Thoy will dcparU This is an ideal place for a home, timo. Academy and Vocational lightning passes of the ITall. Each mcnts, Tuesday. A holiday was given largo lot, good barn and garden, basket camo in for its sharo of bom- wero left in tho original hand among never bo cheaper! and aro getting to these departments, observed by five room houso with water and bardment with a good avcrago of whom aro Herbert Hayes, Otto Ern-bor- g, scarcer every day. Lots of peoplo making money here on milk since electric lights. Now occupied by CHESTNUT STREET IMPROVEMENT marksmanhip. and Paul Bickncll, all of sports in tho afternoon. flio creamery opened. ss Why not J. E. Gott. For price and terms Tho town authorities aro imten minutes of play turnTho last Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Haley aro como and get in tho gamo? Wo havo D. M. Gott, Routo No. 0, Aber tho appcaranco of ed the lido for Berea, tho final scoro proving after an attack of influenza. Speaking of Jawbreakers. what you want; If not, wo will find deen, Miss. Chestnut street this week. A road being 25 to 21 in favor of tho homo Miss Fannio Dowdcn of Paint Lick Is reminded by the word whoso it for you. grader has been used to scrapo the team. . is with them during their illness. deatli is celebrated hy Demotrltus (iiml Seo Dean nt tho Berea Bank and PUPIL NURSES WANTED accumulated mud and stones from which, by tfie wny, In a civilized L Trust Co.; catch Herndon on tho fly. Robinson Hospital, Inc., Beroa, Ky., tho side of the road, rounding it to Is culled "Jese ninjchte") of miLOST COLLEGE DEFEATS ACADEMY Offers a threo year courso in train a crown in tho center. Tho dirt is Ilcspcctfully, nt her hesnulpedulliin term which Wednesday evening tho Collego Bono out of style. C'nnmilcus tells has automobile gauntlet gloves. ing for nurses. Graduates eligible being hauled to tho gardens of tho Pair of HERNDON, DEAN us Finder please return to Dr. Cowley for State registration. Rcmunera respeclivo residents, to bo used as basketball team defeated that of tho that "terminological Inexnctltiidlimr-Inn- " Dealers in Real Estato, Bcrea, Ky. Is tho loipT mid prettier phniHo and gel reward. Academy in n fast and exciting gamo. lion given. For application blanks fertilizer. r No ono man distinguished himself that 1ms been supplanted hy u shorter nnd illustrated leaflet, address on either team, but passwork on and UElIvr word. Superintendent of Nurses. CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR SOCIETY FOR SALE F. L. MOORE'S One-to- n Running Ford truck. The meeting of the 0. K. Sooioty both sides was excellent. At tho Dally Thought end of tho flrst half, Academy led every day. Would trado for lain ACADEMY JUNIORS ENTERTAINED next Sunday promises to bo ono of Uumnn Improvement Is from within Tho Junior Class of tho Academy special interest. It is Christian En- by n scoro of 13 to 9. Tho second outwurd. Froade model Ford car. department was entertained nt tho deavor Day and several Items of half was evened up by tho Collego; II. L. Potts & Son, FOR Whites Station, Ky. homo of Mr and Mrs. II. B. Way, historical interest will bo given. n basket was shot just boforo tho Tuesday night, from soven till nlno. Tho subject is, "Tho Best Things In dual whistle, giving tho gamo to Phono 100-- 3 First Class Repairing Mrs. Way proved herself to" bo a Christian Endeavor," and will bo in College, 21 to 10. Berea F.xchango. Botweon tho halves, tho girls' For MEN very accomplished entertainer and charge of Mr. Christopher's class in AND and WOMEN teams of tho Academy, "Odds and tho young peoplo look forward to Expert Endeavor. All welcomo. Urn and Women. nuet 16 U 45 who hava flnl-Fine Line of Jewelry FOR SALE Evens," played for n period of ton m! t.lhth ir rail . I r i I i.ilik'. lunl another such event. tu.nu from each county, fur ayinir itoiitlon A desirablo homo In Berea on Cenminutes, tho Odds winning 0 to 0. up to $125 m month, Chancra for promotion foul, MAIN ST. UEREA, KY. Kiperivnctt NOTneceuary. Vim train you. ter street. Largo lot, good garden, lail CARD OF THANKS this: plenty of fruit. Fivo room cottago, COUPON Tho Click family wishes to thank Point of Natural History. Got the Gcnuln other suitablo outbuildings. Chicken through Tho Citizen, tho frlcndi". Two Kinnll boys wcro nwultlng their DHALGIION'S. NaihvllIa.Trnn.. Itoi HMO: Send particular! of your iiropoaltlon. desirable and Avoid Never falling who so beautifully rendered assishouso and yard. teacher on the uldewnlk. Ono begun to Wast crawl on bunds nnd knees, unmindful dwellings in'and near water at door. $1,500 will buy if tance during tho last services to of clean white stockings, and wns corsold now. (Nan.) our father. "Others flrst" was a Berea. rected by the other hid, but woijd not J. A. Wyatt, stern duty with him; thus always arise, us lie sulci lit way u lion. "I.lont 2891 Will lama avo., Thos. J. Osborne, becoming a pleasure.. v don't wnlk that way," suld thu second Cincinnati, Oakley, 0. Tho Click family. College Treasurer little fellow, "they walk on their foots." Sun-parloh, Berea College Hospital FRIEND'S TRIBUTE lllllllllfll lilili JS3IS The Federal Reserve System has It might what without it With LOCAL PAGE r's Best Blacksmithing Berea National Bank 1 ' The Prospects are Bright for A Happy New Year We anticipate a lively ' mand for Women's'Apparel in all lines, and have the goods ready" for your Give Us a Call elling-fnloxican- B. E. BELUE CO. LsgaHy r CURE isms Cholera j 0e Inn-gun- Jewelry Store $125 A MONTH m Houses to Rent Several January 30, 1010. CLIO AND PROGRESS CLUBS SEQURft AID OF STATE DEMONSTRATOR T11E.CITIZKN PS Fiv BRITAIN Program ??rrThe Citizen A family Newspaper for all vV' - that It true, and Interetllnf - rlit I'ublUluO mtt Thurxltr Hr. PUBLISHING at - Kt. Woman's Quantitations Unlto in Community' Work Tho ilrsl of n series of lectures and demonstrations on tho conservation of fuel, labor, food and money will lie given lit1 lhj Vocational Chapel this Thursday afternoon, January 30, at three o'clock. Through tho united efforts of tho Progress and Clio Clubs of Herca, ;i state representative, tins boon secured to givo demonstrations. Tlio demonstrator will prepare tlio food and show exactly how fuel, labor, and money as well as food may In used to best advantage,, The lectures nre free. Every worn, an in nnd near town is urged to make n point of being present, not alone for the sake of considering ways to economize in spending her own lime nnd money, but as well, to learn the extent the government wishes her to conserve In order to r.id the famine and liungcr-strickenations of F.urope. Come yourself by all means. Hring a friend with you if you can. of future meetings will be mado later. The following will serve as an outline of the subiecls to be covered in the series: n; fBEREA . CO. (fneorporaiMl) WM. G. FROST. Edilof-iCt.- Subscription Ratei I'AYAIILK IN ADVANCE II.C0 On. M Bit Month! . ,bl ThrM Month or Eiprrtt Mont? Bnd monrf by l'ot-o(T- f Ordor. Draft. KraWtmd letter, or on and two Yr r.nt itimpi. Th daw aftar your nam on label shows to what data four ubMtlpllon U paid. If it It not chanced within thrr wklillit rrncwal notify 01. Mlulnt numbers will U gladly tupplM if wa rtnoUfll. Ubrnl trms Wn to any who obuln nw subscriptions forus. Any on ending ut four yrarly ubscrlpUons can on Adrtrtitlnc raUa yr, recl Th Citltn fr for on application, BEREA STUDENT WINS DISTINCTION Leon II. Hnrris, of the Ilrlck Mason Department, Portsmouth, 0., Works has written a of Wliitiikiir-OlcHsnc- r, rcmarkablo.pnem, '"I'm Steel Makers," published In tlio company's housn organ, "Safety Hints." Mr. Harris, wo are tlod in tlio Metal Worker, Plumber ami Steam Filter, was born In Can.brldgo, 0. His father was a roving musician ami never took the slightest interest in him. IluTvns separated from his mother at the ago of two, and from his mother's family when four years old, being made a ward of an otphan asylum. 'Mm asylum placed him In llitj Cambridge grade schools at tho ngVtif. slt'ond ho wa9 in the fourth grade when they gavo him common school away. This is duration Harris ever received, except what ho himself obtained from reading and studying at nlghf, and on Sunday. Later ho was ablo to work'his way through Herca Collego and Tuskegoo Institute. Completing his school workllarris went to work in a pipe mill in Ilirmingham; later went to Iowa. It was his intention to attend school there, but his longing for a home, which ho had never had, overcame him and ho married. Homo comforts wero a spur to Harris ambition, and from tlio tlmo of his marriago ho has worked steadily at good Jobs. Ho worked in Iowa for a contractnnd tho North-we- st ing company for five years, then went U North Carolina, engaged in farming and taught tho rural school in his neighborhood for another live years, when ho camo to Portsmouth ami worked Tor tho A. Laughlin Co. on Nos. 8, 0 and 10 Open Hearth Furnaces, when this concern was engaged In construction work for tin Wliitaker-GlessnCompany, and has been working for tho latter company ever since. . We hopo to see something else from tho pen of this young man. i. .!.. r..ltii-- Iwn almifnu nf his poem, which boasts an unusually virilo and essentially modern touch: nil-th- o cr SIX LESSONS to the Conservation of FUF.L. LAHOIl and MONEY Lesson I. Classification and Selec Lecture and tion of Foods. Demonstration. Lesson 2. Combination and Prepa Demonstraration of Foods. tion. Lesson 3. The School Lunch. Lecture and Demonstration. I.esaon I. Hreads and their Uses. Demonstration of Sandwiches. Lesson 5' Hrcakfasl Menus. Dem onstration. Dcm- Lesson C Fireless Cooker. onstratuin in .Making and Using Fireless Cooker. FOOD. practical application of dietetics in tho For extraordinary heroism under, Congress had tho power to dcprlvo 121 American negroes, members men even of their lives for the purof tho 371st and 372nd Infantry Reg- pose of raising an army, It surely iments, havo been decorated by tho could require citizens loj refrain French authorities. Four of them from deliberate obstruction of the received tho Mcdalllo Mililairo nnd process of obtaining necessary fighting men. tho other tho War Cross. Unusual importance Is attached to Tho two regiments' wero brigaded tho com- -, tho Debs case by lawyers becauso with tho French, und mand of General Goybct, of tho 157th I hey expect the court to make it tho Division. Tlio negroes to rcccivo tha test proceedings in which it will much-covetMedaillo Mililairo pass upon the general validity of tho wero Sergt. Dcpcw Preyor, Corp. acL Clifton Morrison, Privates Clarcnco Van Allen and Kenneth Lewis. AH 'LIVED GREATLY. FOR AMERICA" wero from Massachusetts and National Council of Defense ,Ask to tho samo company. Members to Observe RooseLewis is dead, having been killed velt Memorial Day nl his post by hnnd grenades. Ho took from the Germans a machine' All tho 181,000 members or the gun while it was in action on Busy various state, county, municipal and farm, in tho Champagno district. Georgo Hyril, ono of the winners community councils or defense have of tlio War Cross, was in command been requested by Crosvcnor D. of a mortar near Verdun. He gavo Clarkson, director or the Council of valuablo assistance to a raiding National Defense, through the 18 in their party by cutting wires so the party stato councils, to could advanco into enemy territory. respective communities in tho obTho mortnr ho was firing had not servance of February 0, 1010, us been securely placed, and it began Roosevelt Memorial Day. They are to jump obouL In order to nssuro asked to assist in arranging pron steady aim ho sal on it whilo it grams in their communities and in was piping hot, nnd continued to getting tho day generally observed. "Becauso of tio peculiarly nonshoot by feeding tlio gun from behind. Ho temporarily lost his hear- partisan character of tho great ing and has not yet fully recovered Council of Defense syslcm It is pefrom the deafening effect of tho gun. culiarly fitting thai the Council be Corporal Eyre, another winner of used In honoring a man who lived tlio War Cross Willi palms, is with greatly for America," said Mr. Ciark-son- 's request to tlio 18 state coun tlio 371st Infantry, composed mainly of boys from South Carolina. Tlio cils for their transmission to the 372nd is uiado up of former mem- subordinate councils and memberbers of National Guard regiments ship. "Tho honoring of Thcodoro of Massachusetts, Washington, D. C, Roosevelt is a matter that transcends Maryland, Ohio and Tennessee. Tho party belief and personal prejudices. greatest distinction for deed of valor All Americans, or his time should hold themselves in his debt and was won by tho men from Massachushould turn aside on that day to setts. honor his passage rrom the national stage." fire, ed ed law oblvously was intended to pro- WAR CROSS FOR U. S. TROOPS AMERICAN NEGROES. HONORED IN FRANCE tect tho military program against nil types of interference, and that since French Decorate Hag of the Three RegiHundred and Seventy-seconment of American Infantry. d HALTS NAVY PLAN tha .Delayed Until After Close of the Peace Congress. Ilrest, France, Jan. 27. The prefect of the maritime district here has decorated the flag of tho Three Hunregiment tt dred nnd Seventy-seconAmerican Infnnfry with the French wnr cross. The regiment has been cited In an army order for brilliant conduct In the CTinmpagne offensive. Tho Three Hundred nnd Seventy-seconregiment wns originally assigned division. to the Ninety-third d d Latest Vending Machine Is Detector of Spurious Coin One of the Interesting developments In the vending machine field Is a large nppnratus that dispenses bottled beverages, sandwiches nnd chewing gum. In order to encourage patrons to return empty bottles to the machine, n stick of gum Is discharged when n bottle Is placed In the receiver provided for It. A counterfeit detector reterritory. jects spurious coins. A complete rec- able Great Brltnln Is ready to give "If ord of nil transactions Is kept by a such nn effective pledge of her faith sales registering mechanism. The only In the league of nations, no other machln requires Is that power Is attention the left with nn excuse for holdInvolved In stocking nnd Icing It dally. ing bnck. The decision mny well prove to be the grentcst victory of Suffrage States. ' the war." London, Jnn. 27. Nothing Is likely to be definitely settled as to Grcnt rtrttnln's naval program until nfter the close of the pence congress, It Is learned by Iteuter's. In the meantime orders havo been given to suspend work on the construction of wnr vessels, Including light cruisers, still In the ynrds. "Orent Britain's decision to lenvc such questions as the future of Palestine nnd tho Oermnn colonies to tho league of nntlnns Is profoundly Itnportnnt," snys the pacifist Dally News. 'The ndoptlon of such n policy by the British delegntlon has established tho league In Its true place In relation to the pence congress nnd Invests the wliWe proceedings of the congress with nn atmosphere of confidence nnd good will, crented by the refusal of n grent nntlon to tnko ndvnntnge of the accident of military possession of valuMeso-potnml- n, UNITED STATES NEWS (ConUnutd from Pigt Oat) ror "overhead" duty, General March added. .Up to noon last Saturday, he said, 101,000 men had arrived rrom overseas. , I Running amuck with a loaded revolver in each hand, a maniac sped Upwards of seventy million Amer through the streets or tho central icans answered the Red Cross Roll section or Philadelphia shooting in every direction as a yelling throng Call for 1010. followed him. In tho lighting two Tho Winnebago Indians forward policemen and a pursuing chauffeur ed $5,000 to tlio Red Cross tlio pro were killed and llvo others wero ceed of their annual "big time." wounded. As ho ran tho maniac shouted: "Como on you American Of tho 17,000 Red Cross nurses cowards, I'll show you how to fight" sent over seas, only 01 camo back President Wilson intends to acand these wero returned simply for cept tho invitation of King Albert rcsL to visit Brussels, is is said in circles, but has not fixed Ninety lepers In India recently asked that money intended for them tho date for his trip becauso of the bo given to the. Red Cross or tho press of business of Paris. RED CROSS NEWS GRENADES Y. M. C. A. LOVE BLIND! I Our cynical friend tells us that "Love is blind!" Is it? Love is the only thing that scc3 Where would you bo today if it weren't for the fact that someone who loved you saw something that no ono elso saw? When you first saw tho light of day, who but your mother ever These states have full sufrra'fec for FIGHT LIQUOR SMUGGLERS women: Washington, Oregon, CaliforWyoming, Nenia, Idaho, Montana, Many Mlahlgan Constabulary Halt vada, Utah, Colorado, Arizona, KanPersons Carrying Whisky v sas, New York. Presidential nnd othFrom Ohio. er partial suffrage:. Illinois. Taxation, bond or school suffrage: North Dnko-tDetroit, Mich., Jnn. 27. Since the South Dakota, Nebraska, New MexOklahoma, Minnesotn, Wisconsin, stnte constabulary took up the work ico, Michigan's prohibition Ken- nf enforcing Iowa, Louisiana, Mississippi, tucky, Ohio, Michigan, Vermont, New Inws nt the Ohio border It Is estimated Hampshire, Massachusetts, Connecti- that close to $1,000,000 worth of liquor, based on the price commanded for It cut. In Michigan, has been confiscated. Scores of attempts to carry contradreamed that you wero "tho finest band liquor Into the state In automobiles nnd on freight trains hnve been baby that ever was born?" And why do you suppose she has brought up short by weapons In the of members of the stnte consince knarled her hands and hands smugglers stabulary. Some would-bwrinkled her brow for you? Because who have attempted to- speed by In lovo saw. autos were halted when the rear tires And when the best girl in tha of their fnnchlncs were ripped open world accepted you and her friends with bullets. Although there have remarked doubtrully: "What in the been pitched battles nnd considerable gun piny between the troopers and world did sho oven see in him?" smugglers, fatalities have been comwhy did sho tako you? Becauso lovo paratively few. saw. There's something fine and big in Unhapplnesa In Power. every ono or us no matter how wo Power Is detested, and miserable M orten wo may havo failed or how the life of blm who wishes rather tt may havo rallen. be feared than to be loved. Nepea. only those who love can seo i. But n, e THREE THINGS EVERY FARMER WANTS ARE HIS HOME COUNTY PAPER HIS CITY DAILY PAPER With its budget of county court and political news, neighborhood gossip and personal mention of its own adjacent communities, 'marriages, deaths, land sales, local crop condition reports, etc. well-inform- ed Urcadsluffa constituted tho prinWhat do they seo through tho fur- rwonlv-seve- n paco door, Serbian crippled cipal item iq American exports durFronj which tho dazzling white soldiers have been graduated as ing 1018, with a valuo of $801,107,730, lights pour? tractor drivers rrom tho Red Cross compared witli a valuo in 1017 ol Exports or meat anil 031,1188,150. All, more than the sizzling liquid oro rarm at Lo Courbat, France, dairy products combined wero val They seo as they gazo within! 137- .101,210,883, against, For a baud of steel ungirdles the A irang or Bolshevist prisoners ued at earth, hnvo been nssigned to work for tlio 1 19.572 tho nrcvious year. Collon Hinds men to men from their very Red Cross at Iho American conva- Uroducts exported in 1018 wero val ued at 071,1,700, against &75,3U3.-7birth; lescent hospital In Arohangcl. in 1017. Exports or mineral oil of any worth Through all that exists in 1018, There courses a steely vein. Tho Red Cross has Just completed wero valued at 3li,'-00,on tho compared witlt 252,077,170 in 1017. plans for projecting movies Of what thoy mako wo arc servants ceilings or hospital wards for till nil, . , Tho speed with which tlio fodcral V'nnV..,. VolnPMIlS wllfl I'lllliml sit 111). an They have bound our lives in prohibition amendment was ratified Iron thrall, Tim A 11 P. lino Psl.'lhlisllpd a by the constitutional three-fourtWo do their bidding, wo heed their completely equipped military hos or tlio states was notablo not yet uncull, ior uio paralleled. This amendment was pital at Cognac, 'As they work with willing zeal. sick and wounded or tho Czecho adopted by Congress on Decemboii P tap your heals with a courage 18, 1017, and tho 30tlt stato ratified slovak forces. bold, it on January 10, 1010. About 13 to You'ro worth to our world a thous- Tho A. R. C. !s manuracturlng a months wero needed, therefore, nmi.fnlil or water sterilisers hud secure final and favorable action. largo number More than tho men who mine her disinfectant plants t0 bo turned over Whilo tlio IDh amendment to tho gold, to tho Italian military authorilici redoral constitution was put thru, You men who mako her steel I rrom tlio dato or its passage by Con' at Homo. the. gress, in almost precisely GIANT TELESCOPE that is, a day or same timo 'American prisoners cherish as INSTALLED IN CANADA tho priceless keepsakes tho boxes that two in oxcess or 13 months Has Reflector Six Toot In Diameter brought them A. R. C. rations whilo federal prohibition beat tlio slavery days. Tho second largest telescopo in in Germany. They say tho food amendment by u very fow Tho record in speed or ratification Installed In tho saved their lives. tho world, recently by tlio states after tho act of subDominion Astronhvslcal Obscrva wrappod mission by Congress, seems lo bo is regarded by sci cookies, lory of Canada, entists as n most important acquisi- six in a packago as they como hot. held by tho 12lh amendment, which tion in dm iioiii nf astronomy. In rrori tho ovens, or a hugo French was submitted on December 12, 1803, 25, doslmi nnd construction this Instru bakery, nro handed out lo tho dough- and declared in forco September product of tho highest boys at 'the rate or 200,000 n day by 1801, a period of about 10 months. ment is a Springfield Republican. onler of engineering nnd optical tho Red Cross. J 82 lll hs ed Delivered each morning by R. F. 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AND The Inland Farmer The South's Largest Farm Paper, edited especially for the farmers ot Kentucky, Southern Indiana7nnd Northern Tennessee and published twice a month. (Regular subscription price 50 cents a year.) All Three For Only $5.5Q A $7.00 value at a cash . , nnnndn wero Ihiiroughly invoiu- It was finally decided that Observatory Hill, eight miles from Victorin. li a, with an altiludo of 730 feet, was tho most favnraolo loenlion. nnd there n building en tirely of steel, was erected to houso this ureal telescone. A number of tho leading nstron- omers or tho United Stnles and Can- njla wer(, present nt tho dedication of th Is observatory and- - ll is report ed that observations havo been lied on, without interruption, since that tlmo. ga'tcd. 'in choosing n silo many plnpes in WORLD NEWS (Continued rrom Po One) ns soon as pear,.' conditions allow. a With u removal of tho causes which led foreign population to como to America it is possible thoy will prefer to return to their homo lands in considerable numbers. Is interesting to noto that at sons .least ono of tho seems to bo taking a practical view It of tlio present situation, it boing leport that former Prino August In a uer William lias gone ir-- n automobile fa6tory. k Oral arguments, began in tlio Court, Monday, on tho constitutionality of tho espionago act, iii tlio cases of F.ugeno V. Debs, Socialist leader, convicted or violating tho law in a speech ut Canton, O., lust Juno, and Jacob Frohwerk, or Kansas City, found guilty or writing alleged seditious articles for tho Missouri Stunts Xoilung. Counsel for tho defendants attacked thd act as an attempt to ubrldgo tho constitutional right or rrco speech and n frco press. John Lord upe'clu! assistant to tho O'llryai attornoy general, contended that'tho Su-pro- saving of $1.50. Till 1 olTcr appllci to renewal! at well at new lubscriptlom toaljjhree papert, but only to person living in Kentucky or wlthlin 150 miles of l.oulivllle, In other States. If already you nre a subscriber to any of these papers you may take advantage of this offer Just the same, liy paying the combination price now, you can have yifur present subscriptions extended a full year beyond the present expiration dates. If you prefer an evening newspaper you may substitute The Louisville Kvenlng Timet for the I Morning Courier-Journat the sme rate add $1.60. At single If you with the big Sunday Courier Journal with thy Dally Courier-Journa- l costs for one year $3.64. You save I1.14 additional copy retail sate price The Sunday Courier-Journby ordering The Sunday Courier Journal with this combination. al Send or bring your subscription and remittance at once to the office of The Berea Citizen Berea, Ky. Pngo Six THE CITIZEN January 30, 1010. MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spencc, Farm Demonstrator and Special , 1100 CHOLERA Investigator COMPILATION SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG 1st Door general THE KITCHEN A0ENTS' REPORTS Oho of tbo most infectious contagious and fatal diseases affeclfng Kentucky Seed Corn Campaign any class of domestic animals is bog 1, Number of samples of corn per It undoubtedly causes oliolera. greater loss among hogs than any sonnlly tested by ngcnls 12,029. 2. Number of farmers tested their oilier disease. Hogs aro subject to attacks of cholera, but It is especial seed corn duo to agents' influence 37,818, ly serious in sections of tho country 3. Number of testing headquarters wbcro hogs aro fod practically nothing but corn. This is becauso established, including schools, banks, tho vitality of tho hog. as well as stores, farmer's clubs, etc. 470. l. Number of tests mado at thoso Its body, is not properly developed by tho uso of corn alone, and, con- - headquarters 14,078, scmicnlly, it is unablo to resist at - ' 5. Total number of bushels teste lacks of cholera. In addition to Im- - for homo planting 290,393, 0. Avcrago germination pcrccnt- proper feeding, any other condition which lowers tho hog's vitality, ago of all corn tested 57 per cent 7. 'IJotal number of bushels tested such as dirty drinking walor, 10,070. Insanitary surroundings, presence of for sale 8. Number of bushels of seed corn worms or lice, etc., will mako the animal lo s resistant to cholera and sold for shipment 15,980. 9. Number of buhscls bought by other diseases as well. The disease is caused by an ex- - farmers or merchants within the cecdingly small germ, ono so small, Stall1 10,873 10. Prior to opening of seed corn in fact, that it cannot bo seen with a microscope. Tlieso germs can bo campaign approximate number of carried from sick hogs to well hogs farmers aware of serious oondition in many different ways. Tho fol- - of corn 1,902, II. Number of farmers with whom lowing arc tho principal methods agents came in contact in person or of'lrasmissinn of tho disease: 1. Visiting. Owners of well hogs by telephono to discuss seed corn visit farms where hogs arc sick with during this campaign (51,079, cholera and carry tho germs homo! 12. Did your activities havo any on thoir shoes, horses' feet and influence in lowering prices of seed wagon wheels. Owners of cholera corn in hands or seedsmen? ies, 13. Amount per bushel saved lo hogs carry tho germs to neighboring . farms in a like manner. Stock buy- - farmers $2.27. 1. Total saving to farmers ers and others who visit different (carry cholera gjerma from 70S.O0. ! 15. Number of bushels of corn In farm to farm. 2. Kxchango of help When help process of damaging in cribs dls is exchanged in a neighborhood at covered and saved by seed corn threshing and other times, it is a campaign 255,055, 10. Number of visits to farmers common thing for cholera germs to be carried from farm to farm by tho relative lo seed corn 9,410, 17. Number of schools visited workers. Creeks and rivers 807. 3. Streams. 18. Number of meetings held in often become polluted and carry tho germs to hogs on farms farther which seed corn situation was di3- cussed 1,749. down the stream. 19. Total attendance at tlieso meet 4. Buzzards, Dogs and Pigeons, --r Tliosn nnimal feed on carcases of itlBS 88.821. 20. Number of seed corn circulars cholera hogs and infected yards, and then carry tho germs to other farms, distributed 210,700, 21. Number of seed corn circular 5. Harbored on tho Premises. tho hog bouso and lot aro lcllcrs maiieu-ju,- 4jj. Unless 22. Number of personal letters tlforonclilv disinfected, fnllowimr an outbreak of cholera on farm, the mailed 8,282, 23. Number of articles published germs may livo and later cause a second outbreak. Likowisc, filthy in local papers relative to seed corn ponds and hog wallows, litter and situation 710. 2S. Amount of monoy donated by rubbish may harbor the infection. local firms, individuals, fiscal courts, All should be cleaned up, and the banks, schoolboards, etc. 935.41. litter and rubbish burned. 25. Number of seed corn posters 1 1 $170,-farmI OF COUNTY FROM ONE HUNDRED COUNTIES PEOPLE with CABINET me tonlxlit look buck ncroni the pnn Training that adds to your TOR Y0UNQ MEN Agriculture, Carpentry, Bricklaying, Printing, Commcrco and Telegraphy.' FOR YOUNG LADIES Uomo Science, Dressmaking, Cooking, Nursing, Stenography and Typewriting. Berea's Vocational Schools power, combined education. . money-earning 2nd Door Berea's Foundation School General Education for thoso not far advanced, combined with some vocational training. No matter what your present advancement, wo can put you with others like yourself and give chance for most rapid Improvement. Whit to Feed the Child. n normal baby, with n normal mother, the first few months or a year them Is nothing better to do than feed It with nature's food, mother's OCCASIONAL DI8HE8. milk. Orange Juice und wnler for refreshment will cool tho swollen gums For tho family which has toast dally and give grent relief when teething. and often hovctho slices trimmed nnd If the child has taken prime Juice, crumus tnat aro unsweetened, nnd ornnge Julco left from preparthe dlgcatlvo tract will bo In ing snndwlrhcs an good working order. Then In the secwell an crust, tho ond yenr oernped npplo or other fruits problem of wasting llko penrs and peaches If well ripened, For ful thought. Tho quantities. A drink of cool wnter crumbs Miould bo should be given frequently. How mnny well dried, ground worrying bahlc.i, who cannot tell what through tho meat they want would bo mode comfortable chopper, then made Into bread. Take by frequent drinks of pure cool wnter. four cupfuls of hot water, a half cupAll changes In n chilli's diet should ful of molasses, ono yeast cake, two be made very carefully nnd when any cupfuls of grnlmtn flour, and three cup- new food Is Introduced glvo It In small fuls of bread crumbs, mix and ndd quantities, n tcnspoonful or two being enoush white flour to mnko a stiff sulllclent. dough, let rise, work down, place at linked potato In a food particularly onco In tins, let rise again, and bake. adapted for n young child's food. Use Four Quarts of Orapefrult Sher- n little milk with a grnln or two of bet Sometimes when entertaining It salt, then cream and butter may be may be convenient to uso the follow- lidded. After n child tins becomo acing: Two nnd n half cupfuls of wa- customed to potato n teiiKpoonful of ter, live cupfuls each of mignr anil finely innxhed (tens may bo gtveli, ns grape Juice, three tenspoonfuts of gela- well as carrot, spinach and uny.vege-'nlil- e tin, one nnd n fourth cupfuls of u )t too woody. lemon Juice. Soften the gelatin In an Clveli to the child In small quantiadditional fourth of n cupful of wa- ties, well inuidicd nnd scnumcd, he ter, boll the mignr and water 15 min- will learn to like all kinds of vegeutes, cool, ndd fruit Julco and freeie tables; In fact he will never need to as usual. lenrn, for tho good hnblt will bo Chilli Con Csrne Take two pods of formed early In life. A chilli's digestion Is so much more frcch or dried chilli peppers, two pounds of round stenk, of rapid thnn tin adult's that they need a cupful of pork fat or drippings, one (o Im fed oftener ami In small quanclovo of garlic, n teaspoonful of salt, tities. a cupful of dried beans, four A child fifteen months old will need of Hour. Soak the beans Mime such diet ns to food" and time over night nnd let simmer In fresh wa- as the following: At seven or eight ter until tender. Dlscnrd the seeds In a breakfast cercnl, bread or tonst and the (toppers or If the dried ones nre usel n cupful of milk ; at noon un egg, posonk them until soft In warm wnter, tato, one other vegetable, bread nnd then Fcrapo the pulp Into tho water fruit, either Juice or scraiMil fruit, nnd dlscnrd the skin. Cut tho steak five or sir, milk and rlco or bread, In small pieces nnd cook In fat nntll ind nt ten a cupful or bottle of milk. well browned, add tho flour to tho fnt rin cereals should be varied so that hey may becomo accustomed to llko In tho pan nnd stir until well browned; ndd tho chilli peppers and jvater and ii vnrlety. stir until boiling. Cut two gashes la The chief thing to remember In a clovo of garlic and ndd It with the cooking ccrcnts for children Is to cook other things to the ment. Cover and hem long cuouidi. Herv with good let simmer two hours, adding water top milk und no sugar. In early youth as needed, ndd salt. Meanwhile tlui the child gets all the sucar he needs beans should havo become tender, sea- from the fruit he eats. One good reason with salt and pepper, and mix all son for having little people ent alone together. Is tlmt foods that must be denied them aro not put temptingly before one-fourt- h table-spoonfu- ls i Twlxt dwn nnd dnrk, and to mr conscience my necauia of eome good net to bedet or man The world Is better that I lived today. -- Ella Wheeler Wilcox. I care- Mother's Cook Book Ah. what would the world be to us If the children were no more? V would dren.t the derert behind us, Worn than the dark before. m occn-Rlonnl- nono needs may bo snfely glven-l- u very wnnll 3rd Door Berea's English Academy Course For thoso who are not expecting to teach and who aro not going thru Collcgo and desire more general education. It also gives the best general education tor thoso who wish a good start In study and expect lo carry it on by themselves. 4th Door Berea's Normal School This gives the best training for those who expect to teach. Courses are so arranged that young pcoplo can teach through the summer and fall and attend sahool through tho winter and spring, thus earning monoy to keep right on in their courses of study. Read Dinsmoro's great book, "How to Teach a District School." 5th Door mi. mis t i w.it 10 uonrgeucsi iruiums in Mawiciimuce, Science, Languages, History and all preparatory subjects. The Academy is now Berea's largest department is wu . suiiigm roaui Berea's Preparatory Academy Course . a , f I 1 i 6th Door courses A Temporary Berea College in all advanced subjects. , This is tho crown or the whole Institution, and provides standard Raise in Board Is forced by war conditions. For twenty-fiv- e years the board has remained tho same In Berea, but the unusual situation in which the wholo country finds itself now makes it impossible for us to live on the snmo monoy as we have in the past This adds $15.00 to tho former expenses of the girls and $21.00 to the expenses of tho boys, for tho year, but still leaves tho cost half that at other schools and "cheaper than staying at home." 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 AN!) NORMAL Incidental Fee Room $ 5.00 f Board, 6 weeks Amount duo Jan. 1, 1910 Board, C weeks, duo Feb. Total for Term Incidental Feo Room 5... 7.00 1350 25.50 1350 '30.00 6.00 7.00 1350 1350 COl.l.FOt I 7.00 7.00 1350 2050 40.00 2750 1350 41.00 Expenses for Girls $ 5.00 them. I 0.00 I 7.00 7.00 12.00 7.00 12.00 7D0 12.00 Board, 0 weeks Amount duo Jan. 1, 1919 Board, 0 weeks, due Feb. Total for Term laundry. 21.00 25.00 12.00 26.00 12.00 5... 12.00 thus introduce hog cholera among h ai..-,-- , . .iw ' 20. Total number of .. n "Bents during ' this campaign miles traveled . "36.00 37.00 36.00 purchased stock separated from all 0,' Increased acrago planted duo other hogs for three or four wceksk lo campaign 50,129, This will give timo for the disease to develop, should tho germs be CINCINNATI MARKETS. proscnt, and prevent spread through tho cntiro herd. Hay and Grain. .Thcro aro two distinct forms of Corn No. - white flXl&IM, No. hog cholera, viz: Acuto and Chronic. .1 white 5l.:toe,l.:fJ. No. 2 yellow $1.34 l.:tll. No. II yellow $1.3101.33, No. 2 The acuto form is the more common $l.:cg,1.3(i. No. 3 mixed $1,300 of the two. Symptoms of this aro mixedwhite ear l..T $1.401.I3, yellow ear fever, loss of appetite, depressed appearance, weakness, staggering Sound liny Timothy, per ton, rang. or diarrhoea. etl from $:iU5f:i().,J.. Sound clover ml gait, constipation a ,oa -- ,JM' "ml Mm,i clovl'r -- J thumps, labored breathing and con- 7j vulsions. Death may .. ,, . a very short time. Very few' hogs a recover from this form of cholera. tUffi$c, mixed (Xigoic, No. a mixed Rvmntnma nf ehronin nliolcrn. in Butter, Eggs and Poultry. addition to those of tho acuto form, coughing, arched beck and tmNutter Whole milk creamery aro a dilLi ntit 111 creamery drawn up Hank, red or purplish trils (SlC-f- ,;rm8 )X;t. or skin on tho lower part o', color Prime firsts 68c, firsts r.7c, tho abdomen, formation of sores and ordinary firsts 53c Live Poultry Springers, under 3 ulcers on tho skin and shedding of lf,s' :!)c; t"wi" 5 ",s uni1 ovt'r 27c; tho hair do 3 lbs and over, 2Tc; roosters, 18c. As indicated above, it is exceed- L(ve stocI . ingly important that hogs bo kept Shippers $12.50 10.W), In "iruiy, viL'oronm condition, out, ' Cn,,Ie KtP(lM butrll0r extru $i3Q,,r)t K0O(, to oven if this is dono. every effort choice Jii.noff ir, common to. fair $7 must bo mado to avoid getting hog & 11.50, heifers, extra $ll&M2.50, good cholera inreclod on tho farm or in J,01'0'00 ,0&"'S!'!!!"ttttlr cows, extra $9.50010.50. Pronnp fhn liorrt -- - - i . foodiriL' , ennd v..w . . -t . . Calves Extra $H815. fulr to uood ,1IU1 II. .It IIUUSIUB, SitlllUllllUl, BU1IIU1UI1I, ux- - JlOJj'll, common and lurge $5 9. ft crclso and oxtrcmo caro in avoiding infection must all bo practiced. Thoro aro two forms of vaccina- - DIFFERENCES SEEN IN HENS tion by means of which hogs can bo mado immuno to cholera. Tho Individuals of Same Breed Are Not Always Equal In Respect to Meat or "singlo method" consists of injecting Egg Production. hog cholera serum into tho body with a hypodormlo syringe. This (Prepared by the United States Departrenders tho animal resistant or imment of Agriculture.) Amongjjenerul-purposmuno to cholera for, perhaps not fowls all aro longer than three or four weoks, not eounl In rcsnect to cither meat or Tho "doublo method" consists of in- - ss production. Tho dlffercnco Is not of birds In Jocting both blood from a cholera K Irn t0 slf; or,t0 "if In llmon llil n no rl . and serum. This method makes In good tho hog IImmune for Ilifo. Vaccina condition ' when another goes out of tion is used primarily as a prevent- condition, thut enable ono to lay conative, but hogs which are actually tinuously throuch a long period and sick with cholera may bo treated by Mill keep In good condition, while anvaccination with tho "doublo moth-od- ." other loses flesh, becomes poor and An experienced and competent thin, and Incupablo of further egg properson should always bo called In ductionuntil she bus had a rest after a comparatively short period of laywhen hog cholera is suspected in ing. tho h6rd or it is desired to vacclnato The cxtstenco of all these, however, 'as a protection agoinst cholera. Is nut enough to Insuro good laying. Tho law does not permit anyono There must, of course, bo reasonably but qualified veterinarians to uso good management, even If the keeper tho "doublo method" of vaccination. Iiub not speclul skill. But if with theso qualities which make for.contlnual lay- i Sfl.-J-ex-e- x- This does not include the dollar deposit nor money for books or Special Expenses in Addition to Incidental Stenography and Typewriting $14.00 Bookkeeping (brief course) 14.00 Bookkeeping (regular course) 7.00 Business course for students in other departments: ' Stenography 10.50 , Typewriting, with one hour's 7.00 uso of instrument Com. Law Com. Geog, Com. Arlth, or Penmanship, each.. 2.10 Fall Fes Basinets SpriHe U'inttr $12.00 12.00 110.00 10.00 5.00 0.00 9.00 0.00 1.80 750 5.00 tho' tlmo comes to mnko meat (if her sho makes more and better meat, und ns u breeder she naturally tends to reproduce offspring thut will make more and better meat. Such hens arc In reality of tho dual purpose type, no matter wliut their size or breed. They uro equally vulu-utilfor eggs and meat. That Is tho kind of stock thut will contribute most to the big Increase In (toultry that la typo of wanted. It Is the every breed n typo that exists In every breed, and can easily bo mado the prevalent typo without detriment to any breed, and to the benefit of every breed that hus suffered from e, dual-purpos- e cent consisting of types of bad eggs which cnunot bo discovered until the eggs are broken. Tho accuracy of candling depends upon the quality of tho eggs and tho skill of the cnhOJrr, according to tho bulletin. In founts having poor management nn.1 poor candlerd the number of goo.1 vcs In tho dlscnrd sometimes 11 ilircen to tho case. The en- rescli-- dflhg, nnd a secoud" group of (ht neglect REDUCE WASTE Difficulty In BY CANDLING 150 Determining Quality of In Com- In no case will special Business Fees exceed $15.00 per term. Certain Classes of Egos mercial Plants. (Prepared Ks All students do somo work with their hands from six to six teen hours & week as janitors or in the farm, carpenter shop, printing office, laundry, boarding hall, office, etc., and receive pay which reduces their expenses. young man or young woman can got an education Any at Berea if there is the will to do so. able-bodied If it is impossible for any young man or young woman to bo in school the full year, by all means they snould enter for a courso dur I ing tho winter and spring terms. The public schools will closo about Christmas and the teachers advanced pupils should not bo idle through the long winter months but should be studying in Berea whero the best education can bo gotten for least money. Applicants must bring or send t testimonial showing that they an above 15 years old, in good health and of good character. This may bi signed by some former Berea student in good standing or some reliabli teacher or neighbor. The use of tobacco is strictly forbidden. For information or friendly advice write to tho Secretary, mil C7 D- --, 1. 1 o ff "pe perienced cnndlers and those using euro do not make many mistakes In grudlng eggs. Kggs with green whites und those having a normal appearance but bad odors uro not recognizable by candling. Whlto rots, moro particularly mixed rots, eggs with yolks slightly stuck to tho shell, blood rings nnd eggs with bloody whites aro not always detected, and aro Included In 'tho group most frequently mlscan-die- d MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Ky. by Inexperienced or careless workd only unremitting xl.illfut management men. Eggs with brown shells or yolks mako detection between In good laying condition to keep u lien t. s egg pro- good and bad specimens moro will mnko her a ducer. In tbo studies with skilled cundlers, The egg typo or laying typo of hen, J!0 In any breed, Is tho hen that with the who candled a number of cases of egg pro- dozen eggs each, tho averngo proporqualities that mako for good per caso duction, has no quality which Is an tion of bad eggs mfscnndled 10.77 obstacle to continual laying. Tho meat vurled from 0.2 In spring firsts to eggs. typo Is not tho converse of tho egg In v?ry low grudo eggs which type, even though tho hen that Is not u Tho percentage of bad could not be found by recandllng good layer Is lit only for meat. ranged from nono to 0.03 per cent per Tho meat type, In all kinds of poulcaso und depended on the grndo of tbo try, Is the typo that grows rapidly and eggs examined. In tho commercial at maturity carries abundant Uesh, es- candling of 128,687 eggs, 6,085 bad pecially whero tho preferred parts of eggs wero found, of which 71.03 per the meat are produced. The most de- cent wero recognized by candling and type Is rather line In sirable meat tho balunce, or 28.85 per cent, wero bone, with tho frumo well knit but not not found until the eggs were opened too compact. Under any kind of good Then It and examined Individually. management a hen of this typo that Is was observed that tho 28.35 per cent In noriuul condition will bo a good laywas divided between a group of 17.02 Rhode Island Red Hen. er. She may not lay any better thun per cent bad eggs, which in many a hen not quite us well fleshed, but she Ing, there exists a tendency to put on are dlstluculshablo livcnn- fat whenever, lavlne Is InterruDtcd, ouitht,.to far Just us.welL and when light-coloredlfll-culfirst-clascold-storng- o br the United States Department of Agriculture.) Although the candling method of determining the quality of eggs In tho shell Is tho best known for commercial grudlng, recent Investigations conducted by tho United States department of agriculture show thut one group of eggs of Inferior quality cannot be detected by this system, nnd that It Is Inudequato In grading still another group. Tho investigations, reported In Department Bulletin 70,,1 show thnt ex- Candling Eggs In a Government try Demonstration Car. Poul- forcement of a system of checking tho work of Individual candlers, particularly In plants employing Inexperienced help, was found to bo tho best way to maintain high elllclency aud thus eliminate waste by grading marketable eggs lys rejects. FOWLS FOR BREEDING STOCK Young Hen With Blunt Toenails Art Not Loafers Same Applies to Mate Birds. d Bo euro to look at tbo toenails ot and hens betho year-oling selected to hold over for next breeding stock. The hen that has worn her nails blunt and short has not been a loafer, and If the other signs aro la her favor, she Is worth a place la tbo breeding pen. Tho blunt, fcliort toenails aro a good indication on tho cock birds as well. sea-eon- 's well-know- n January 30, 1010. THE CITIZEN sWTitJUTWJut I'ago Sovn THE TRAGEDY OF THE Carrie Nntlon oroke Into the limeTWENTIETH CENTURY light In the fall of 1000 and mailo her inme n household word In newspaper Professor LeVant Dodge oftlces and most American home. She wan Mrs. David Nation of Medicine In Rood and a V. Tho Terms of Peace IN SALOON FIGHT Lodgo, Knn standing member V. 0. T. ; of tho md regulnr Tho nbovo topic is far loo broad U. It Is said that her first husband to bo carefully considered in ono 'died of delirium tremens. Anyway, (Br IlT. 1' II. KITKWATKlt, D. II., short article. Wo can merely indil tha Moody and moro ..ch?r or chiio. ., ftcuviues nf various Klnrlc Win Carrie Nation had ,anotherhn. lmtrhet cate tlio general principles which . Anil Wield Hint nro likely to guido tho Peace Com nn inlnnn furnlllirO Wide Attention. lmtrhet she did; Its fame temporarily missioners, now in session nt VerLESSON FOR FEBRUARY 9 eclipsed that of the Father of His sailles, closo to Paris. Tho details, FA0FR FRANP.PS P Ull I ARn IMM.IWM.. 'Country. dome of litem of tho greatest im.. . . linilVKV I.. I I JETHRO'3 COUNSEL. uarrie nation s i.iius ninnti. portance, nro likely to require a Knnsns wns legally a prohibition longer lime for thorough discussion prohibition I.nSHON TKXT-Kol- ua II Known All Over World as Head of state. As n matter of fact y one anothfr'a OOI.DKN TKXT-Hr- ar was hut a name ami tho saloons of the than most peoplo havo supposed. W. C. T. U. Plcturttque Career burdens and mi fulMI tlia law of Clirm. stnto were wide open. The general Some slnglo questions, suro to arise, -- Oat. CL of Carrie Nation Is our thought plnn wns to fine n saloon $25 n month may well occupy ADDITIONAL MATKUIAI-Ii- kc 101; . Recalled. I Tor. 1! Horn Ada for brenklng the law; that solved the j through an entire Citizen article, help. IMtlMAHY TOl'IC Moats choo llccsisc diniculty. In short, prohibition rPKar,i i0 tlicso it is not likely tliou ra. Memory llh Tho final adoption of nntlon-wtdIn Knnsns had broken down complete- - Uint lho Jo,nt comInis3fon w, rcacn Ua ami wa will do than rowI." memory n number 'y TOI'lC-Work- lnJUNIOIt toother prohibition calls to :: Memory Vrrae I Cor. I.t. Vision Without careful investl- of men nnd women who have nchlevcd TOI'IC-Te- arn INTKIt.MKDIATK work fame tles had not the courage either to Mon and protracted debate. It is not only national but world-widIn rellslon through their connection with tho pro- modify the law or enforce It Carrie quite possiblo that on certain points fcKNIOIt AND ADUI.T TOPIC-Co-- op hibition, or, as It once wns known, the Nntlon took tho situation Into her own thero may bo permanent disagree rllon In the work nf the kingdom temperance movement. ineiit. Hence tho ground for feeling hands. :1 ). I. Jethro't Vlilt to Motet (IS Somo of these persons who nave Carrie Nntlon first visited Kiowa Uiai Uie monls i,eforn ,,9 mav Jio 1. The occasion (v. 1). Uisrn receipt movement been most prominent In the j ,)r()kc two gnioon8 wtn her lit full nf issues ( critical as those of of the Hews nf the marvelous deliver were active so long ago Hint tncir io nntcllct Tncn gne wcnt to Wlchb tho years s Just past. nnce of the Israelites from the nnmcs mean little to those who hnvo tn nnJ nr()0 up tw0 more. She was The first impression of many may Jethro went out to meet Moes, not been closely connected with the put jn jnn j,ept there for several days bo that tho road to lho framing of 2. The object (vv. It was to prohibition movement, hut others are tirltiR to Mnsci his wife and children. the terms of peace will bo an easy well remembered by the present Ren- When God railed him to ro to Kgypt oration. Among those who have won one, becauso of tho completeness of did not tho widest fnmo at various times to deliver his people iIo-.ethe victory. When n war is n drawn deem It win- - to take with Mm his wife through their activity In this work game, neither side admitting defeat, and children, therefore left them with mny be mentioned Ocn. Nenl Dow, there is a likelihood that each party Now that (Jod had who Is credited with bringing prohl-bltlo- n his father-in-law-. will make such claims at tho peace wrought so wonderfully It whs deemed first state to beto Maine, the table as shall cause a clash at every wise for tit h fiimlly to Join him. come dry; John II. Cough, who be.V 0). At Ml. Slnal. "temperance" point, and consequent long delays. s S. The plate (W. came when; the Israelite were etieiimped. In our second war willi Great Brilecturer nfter hnvlng been a drink adFrances 12. WIN II. Motet' Reception to Jethro (18: dict nt twenty-five- ; tain, from 1812 to 1810. there was Inrd. who personifies the W. C T. U., not anything approaching what is eccentric sa.Moses honored him not only us hi" nnd Carrie Nation, the called in warfare a "decision." In only a short loon smasher, who died father-in-law- , lint as the priest of Mid deciding lho terms of pcaco tho career. Ian. Jethro, thoueli outside of the time ago after n tempestuous Commissioners omitted all reference people, evidently retained covenant Qen. Neal Dow. to tho questions which wero the traditions of the true God. as Melchlz Nenl Dow was born In Portland. chief cause of tho war. Dul in the edek before him did. It peeins to tunc Me., of Quaker parentage. He wns present case there is no doubt as to been a ciKP.of mutmil alTectlon mid twice mayor of Portland and n memMoses rehearsed to Jethro the ber of the Btntc legislature. He enthe decisiveness of the result. The wonder which (IimI bnd wrought tered the Civil wnr ns colonel of the terms of tho preliminary armistice through hi md Jethro. (1) "Itejolced leave ono parly to the war helpless, Thirteenth Maine volunteers. He wns goodness which the bird wounded nnd was n prisoner In Llhby for all the It is not expected that their repreKgyp-tlauhad done unto Pharaoh and the prison nnd was made n brlRndler gen- -' sentatives will oven havo seals at for Israel's sake" (v. H). (2) eral for gallant service. Yet tho counthe green labie, at least not until r Messed the Urd (v. 10). CO Consimply ns try knows Nenl Dow BaBBBBBB SPBS their conquerors shall havo decided fessed the supremacy of the Iord (v. temof the Mnlne Law" nnd as a 11) . (4) Offered sscrltlces to Rod (v. perance reformer.- - Mnlne passed the what penalties to impose. Why, ' 12) . then, should it be difficult to reach law of which he wns the author In III. Jethro't Countel (18:13-20)- . 1851 nnd wns tho first state to estaba conclusion, if ono sido is to have 1. Tho ocnislon thereof (vv. HUH). lish prohibition. General Dow travits own sweet way? Nation. Mrs. Carrie The day nfter Jethro ciinic to Moses eled widely In foreign countries workTho Entente allies havo been he observed how completely Moses' ing for temperance, nnd on his nine- nnd then released. She broke up anfrom timo to tftnc, until meetings wns taken In Judging Israel. tieth birthday memorial . time other saloon nnd was not even nrrcst-ed- twenty independent nations are in When be saw the greatness of the task were held in mnny parts of the world. went to Topekn nnd made an She cluded. .Many of Ihcso aro com he Inquired as to why he was doing He died In 1897. nppenl to Governor Stanley. He told the work all alone. Jethro was a John II. Gough. who wns the first her he did not npprovo of her methods. paratively small and weak. But shrewd man he saw that a wise ad temperance advocate to attract more She also uddressed both houses of tho they havo their several interest. ministration of affairs would make a than local fnme, was n native of ling-- 1 stnte legislature. Sho visited Chicago and claims, in somo cases conflictdivision of Kbor. Moses explained to land, where he wns horn In 1817, but ond other cities, between times contining sharply witli cacli other. In him that his tnsk wns not metely a he came to the United States when he uing the work of smashing 6nloon fixfact these conflicts, in certain in- -I of leaching the' was twelve years old. He learned the matter of Judging, but tures. stances, nro of such moment as to statutes and laws of (Jod to the peo- bookbinding trade, but early became Dry Laws. States Enact bo furnish greater cause for-wple. Jethro recognized Moses' motive, addicted to liquor nnd could not hold The activities of these enrly leaders but Insisted that the method was not n position. He made such a living ns of the prohibition movement grndunlly tweon lho states immediately con n Rood one. as It would result In the ho could by slnplng In saloons. Later brought about the enactment of state corned, than tho differences wliicl wasting nwuy of his strength. Jinny he made ii new stnrt nnd mnrrled. but legislation prohibiting or regulntlng often havo led nations into mortal times one wastes his strength In doing when he lost his wife and child he ihn enlr nf llminr. Some of the early combat. Theso rival claims are that which others could do so that he again took to drink nnd sank to new nWR provlllca for ,oco4 0pt0n. ,,rmlcli; inlo hp,n hv .,, nnw ir. Is tumble to do the more Important prohibition. iUl I!" ... ure enmo' hlch made possU.id local wllich wj cxist whcn things. in (1) when he was Induced by n Massacbu-- , ns,n1c.., 2. Jcthro's plan (vv. ntAnod hr the c,rlin universally conceded do . Moses to be unto the people (Jodwnrd setts Quaker to sign u totnl abstinence .,,, i.i.,,, nf rlim pnterlnc Mnlne cisions nro made. And so tho jus to bring their causes unto Clod and pledge. He beenme n temperance lec- tiroUKn lne vfest Indlnn trade, began anil fair decision of teach them the ordinances and laws, to turer. nnd nfter making many tours; h)s nltnton for prohibition In that" will give riso to still more difllcult wuy wherein they must In the united Mtjtes ne vism-r.ngallow them the stringent regulation of tho ones. These will not be fully stated walk, nnd the work which thuy must land, where bo conducted two enm- - n,,unr trafilc wns established In s. in this article. Another count, prodo. (2) Suitable men should be His fnme spread throughout o) MttUt m tie pnssngo of the Maine in tho complicated stato of affairs, vided n rulers over thousands, hunKngllsh- - speaking nations nnd his' Iirotilttltor the lnw In 1851 afforded tho Is tho fact that most of tho inde dreds. Ilftles and tens (v. 21). All books have been translated Into many flr8t ron testof prohibition. Mnssa-othgreat mutters should be disposed of by langunges. chusetts and Rhode Island In 1852 pendent powers on tho ono sido aro matters Moses and nil subsidiary passed laws forbidding tho sale of not legally ntvan with all of thoso Frances Wlllard't Fame World-Wide- , should be adjusted by these Judges. Prances K. Wlllnrd's fame Is world-- j liquor; these laws wero subsequently on tho other side. Tho United States 3. Quallllcatliuis of these subordinate repealed. Jiassaciiusetts auopieu mcni j,as n0vcr declared war against Tur. Judges (v. 21). (1) 'Able men," that wide. She wns born in Churchvllle. option by towns. Iown passed a con- - fc op DlIgar,n N. Y., In IKK). A graduate of the others of our t Is. men of strength. They must be men Kv- - stltutlonal amendment In 18S2; It was college a "e3' HOlM m 1, 0 C!U of such Intellectual power ns would Northwestern Female by a ."V , 111.. In 1850, she taught and1 declared void nnd wns superseded w. enable them to understand the prole anston, This In turn wns done '" and of Kuch will power traveled nnd from 1871 to 1871 she nwuy with by the famous Mulct law. uated. All of tho almost infinity lems presented, wns professor of esthetics In Northns to execute the Judgments rendered. Several western university nnd dean of tho which Itself was modified. sougnt to claims, on tho part of all tho nations A strong man Is one who knows bis states rejected prohibition interested, must bo disposed of be-b(2) own mind and Is faithful to. It. secured cither through statuto or foro a poae(, can j,0 calC(j concluded Such as feur (Jod." This Is the imsls uy eonsuu uon. . Tho task on hand thus is complical of true strength.. Only those ure fit sas adopted prohibition In 1890 nnd a ed. ...... far beyond all procedent. Be Kn i Judge nnd rule men who recognlte to i.v. the rule of (lod over their lives. The ti.ero wns stmsmodlc nctlvlty In most sides this, it is "in tho air" that th true statesman Is the man. who gives narts of tho country townfd pro- work now to bo dono is not simply God the rightful place In his life. The hibltlon, but It wns without plan or 0 terminate tho present war, but (lod ono who really trusts untl fears cohesion. When tho ratification or the lo ,nilj0 gilct, nrrangenionls as pro can he trusted to administrate the af eighteenth nmenumeni oegnn me Biiua- - lm,)y l() provonl nny futuro war, .. fairs of men. (3) "Men of truth." The lion uy siuies us io i.roiuuiuuu B"1 ero 18 l" 0 fnnnd thn most ono who reolly trusts and fears tiod Indicated by the following table: difllcult part of tho problem. The must himself bo u lover of the truth, Proh b t on States and Date of case is somowliat simplified by tho lie must bo willing to follow nfter the Effecti truth at any cost. Ills nature must fact that (Ivo nations: Great Britain, be open to the truth. ( I) "Hilling cov nnco. lh. united states iw, unetousneos." He must be u hater of Great 1&S9 Japan, aro reckoned as lho (Con.) North Dakota Just gain. The man who Is to he u 1W7 Powers," whoso decision, if thoy can Oklahoma (Con.) the people must be free from ruler of 1003 Voach ono, will havo to bo accepted Georgia (Statutory) the suspicion of following his profes1009 j)y North Carolina (Stat) tp,r mln0l. nicgi g fully antl personal gain. The sion because of 1009 Mississippi (Stat.) should bo able coptan,y as fi0,.n,aI,y and lior Allies one set to do such work "- -I accept whatever terms aro ac- to show- clean bunds. Coun-te- l IV. Motet Aeeedet to Jethro't loin cording by tho victors (Stat.) Alalmma (18:21-20)- . 1015 Thero remains ono significant fact Arizona (Con.) This common sense udvlco mot a 1010 (0 bo pained, before proceeding to Vlrglnln (Stat.) Ho recog In Moses' heart. 1010 ti10 consideration Colorado (Con.) of any concrcto iiiz.xl thlit (lod was speaking Ihrougl 1010 Oregon (Con.) knowledge and ,lU(.stion. It is that, contrary lo all Jethro. After all. the 10 0 Washington (Stat.) op oxp(,clalions Ull3 lreaty Gen. Neal Dow. fear of Clod wus wider than the chosen people. According to Deuteris l 8laml out n,ono as 0,10 whic!' college, whero she developed the people selected the woman's onomy 1010 shall havo in view tho permanent that has Idaho (Con.)!!.' tho system of Judges and Moses uppolnted them. 1010 woll-boiof all tho various coun- South Carolina (Stat.) been widely copied. 1017 tries concerned, and, moro than thai, In 1871 the Nntlonul Wwman s Chris- Nebraska (Com) Like a Stream. 1018 ,n i,rnsnnt and futuro interests of linn Ti.iiinoruneo Union was formed at South Dakota (Con.) All events uro llku u strenm of wa1017 Cleveland, O., and Frances Wlllurd District of Columbia (Stat.) tho whole world. In no other way ter (lowing past, n stream without col"IS her life work. Site served for Alaska (Stat.) (u t,)(j longCJ.for .per. or und without form. Kuril one dips foundyeurs as corresponding secretary Indlnna (Stat.) iuj nanont pcaco .,n,t niosi dignified bowl and strulghtwuy the five In her little 1838 Michigan (Con.) then becumo president. In sitting ami water tukes on tho shape und reflect 1018 body of diplomats, T. U.. New Hampshire (Stat.) founded tho World's W. tho color of the vessel. Maeterlinck. Dec. 31, 1018 scenes of unrivaled beauty, with all which grow to hnvo branches in W) Montana (Con.) 1018 u,0 appointments on a piano of countries, anil In 18S8 sho became Its New Mexico (Con.) Duty for All. Sho wrote mnny temper--, Texas (Stat.) VV'inin m'y nover eQ"'ed by any previous I am suro that It Is a duty for all of wns tho uuthor' of Florida (Con.) gatjierjnb,( wjU attendants, clerks, u Just appreciation of nnco pamphlets und us to ulm nt Utah (Con.) books. In tho minds of women ronorlors. elo in lho aggregate vurlous points of view, and that we four ' over Ohio t0"-- ' most men tho world ought to try to understand others rath- and of . MO reaching nearly or qullo a ll.n,,.,l (Con.) Frances Wlllard. and W,U, T. U. I Nevada 1010 souls, is legislating for all conti er than to persuade them. A. 0. (Con.)' . tguoajmoun. I . - mrian morel Where Metkodist Eyes of the World Will Center Next June and July Lesson V ...... 11:1-1- Ver-"Cn- me e I Lhl rVrr e I a-- Kgy-tlsn- ( Glimpse of Magnificent Expotltlon Grounds at Columbus, O., being prepared for a display of Methodist activities from all parts of the glob. Intert thowt Dr. D. D. Forsyth, Philadelphia, Chairman of the Joint Cen.jn.iry Committee of the M. E. Church. Methodist ministers and laymen to the Cv (Special.) of seera: thousands are getting their concrete notions of what the Methodist Centenary Celebration, to be held hore June 20 to July 7, will b like. Attending a special regional meeting, at which men like Bishop Wilson, R. A. Ward and Fred I). Fisher of" New York; Bishop McDowell, Washington; Blthop Warne, India; S. Earl Taylor, director general of tho rslebratlon; D. P. Fortyth, Philadelphia; C. F. Iteisner, New York; Edgar U.ake. Chicago, and It. S. Cushman, New York, are speakers, thsy hat still enjoyed an opportunity to visit the exposition grounds where for weeks past work has been In progress preparing for the tremendous celabratlon for which It Is expected that more than 100,000 Methodists will journey to Columbus from all parts of the United States. The spacious buildings already provided by" the state of Ohio are being' ' odllied and extended to meet the peculiar needs of the Methodist Celebration. This will visualise to pastor and laymen tbe work of the church at home and the work of the church abroad. Here will be seen, with all tbe fidelity and detail of a world exposition, the natives of all the countries In which the Methodist church operates as a missionary force. Here, too, will be set forth all the work in this country. Essentially the entire world of Methodism will be brought to Columbus and displayed in its original colors and with all tho circumstance and surrounding of its various habitations on the glo-- e. Two special pageants are being planned and many lesser ones. A climax of the celebration will be a symbolic representation of the drawing tosether of all the nations of the earth through the gospel of Christ. In order to care for thi throngs that are certain to be In attendance 'an extensive bureau already has been organized. Registrations and reservations already are uelnc; made for Interested Methodists throughout Um United States. H. B. Dickson, organizing secretary of the Centenary Celebration, k occupying two entire floors of a large office building, wKh the incidental corps of assistants to take care of the work. , COL-UMUUS- s world-famou- s "Kn-thq- ar ,,nt v.i rw somo-question- ',,,,, i sevcr-pnlgn- er so-a- s"y e "" - ,' 1 1 - iW!:::::::::::5S5 Sgl,!. - 1:1-1- 8 fo'SXK::".!!"!!!!""!!" ng L a nt. n nents, for all peoples, and for future Adriatio Sea. 10. That question of world-wid- e aces. Even neutrals, in tho recent asking for admission. And interest, and of vast importanco to war, aro tliosn dignitaries arc to do their coming generations, relating to tho work with tho sobering thought in disposal of colonial possessions, in mind that, in order to bo effective different continents and tho islands at all, tho result of their delibera of tho sea. Radical changes in this tions must bo concurrently ratified regard may need lo bo made. Thero aro other questions which by every ono of their homo governwill rcadilv occur to tho student of ments. What a responsibility! I Thn brief articles which tho writer, Political Science, in its broader as with request, has fur pects. But as tho representatives in accordance nished Tlio Citizen relate to general- of tho various powers havo scarcely ities, and bring the major topic only entered upon their deliberations, to "tho present time. Among tho and inasmuch as tho nspect of afconcrcto questions, which will tax fairs is liable to sudden changes, lho highest wisdom of tho pcaco tlio writer deems it wiso to refrain commissioners, aro tho following: from immediato discussion of tho involved. Thero may bo 1. As to tho mooted question of A points League of Nations. If formed what kaleidoscopic changes in storo for ones shall bo admitted, on what us, as to tho aspect of world affairs. terms, what ofllcers, how these shall Tho prcsont conditions wero voiled from mortal view, four years ago. ho chosen, how knotty questionshall bo decided, and what action the All of tho abovo named topics, and unruly na- others, aro very inviting. Further league shall tako if along it may seem best to give somo tion makes trouble. of them caroful attention. 2. As to tho question of disarmament. How largo a military and WHY BOOZE WAS BANISHED naval forco may each nation mainSomo of tho city nowspapors arc tain, and may this vary according so dazed with tho rapidity of ratilo circumstances? 3. As to compelling Germany, et al, fication of Federal Prohibition by lo pay the cntiro expenses of tho lh0 11 stato legislatures that their war: antl whether additional indem editors aro asking why boozo bannity or flno shall bo imposed, by way ished and banished so unanimously. Tho abovo graphic representation of of penally and futuro warning. traf-ll- o 4. As to tho suggestion that any wasto occasioned by tho liquor Is ono of tlio main answers to expenses that rest upon tho victoriWith millions of ous nations bo "pooled," that is, so that quostion. apportioned that thoso latest enter- people starving lo deatii all over tho ing tho contest, and consequently world tho American Peoplo thought suffering least, shall undcrtako to it foolish to continue a t radio which carry a larger sharo of tho financial produced no good but wastes both materials and manhood. America is burden. entering tho great commercial and 5. As to tho futury boundary between Franco and Germany. Shall industrial strugglo following tho it bo as just boforo tho war? Or war fully released from tho incubus bo transferred of legalized boozo. shall Alsaco-Lorraito Franco? Or shall the Ilhino bo Franklin's Picture mado tho dividing lino as affording picturo Benjamin Franklin's a boundary easily defended? bo constituted as n adorns tho 1019 War Savings Stamp. 0. Shall Poland sovereign power? If so, shall it bo It is a uniquo tributo to this great restricted tn tho territory possessed, Amorioan born 213 years ngo who when last independent? Or shall it ascribed his achievements to carobo allowed to approach or oven ful saving and spending of monoy, reach tho extent of territory, at tho of timo, and of enorgy. Madison timo of Its greatests glory, witli frco county purchased $202,122.81 In Wnr Savings Stamps last year with a ond safe access to tho North Sea? For tho cntiro Kmpiro. quota of $539,000. 7. As to lho Austrian dismembered and country it cost ono dollar to pro-mo- to Shall it ho totally tho salo of $210 in stamps last resolved into its original elements, as by race? If so, shall its year, This totaled $1,100,000 coat determined peoplo of Gorman slock bo annoxed for $831,258,213 raised in War Savings Stamps. During this year tho to tho Gorman Kmpiro? campaign 8. What shall bo dono with Con-sla- nt cost of operating tho inoplo and tho "unspeakable should bo much loss becauso lho pooplo aro familiar with this means Turk"? of saving and holplng tho govern9. How to dlsposo of tho conflictfriends, tho Ital- ment and will not noed to bo urged ing claims of our to make such good investment. ians, on tho ono hand, and tho SerbBuy your War Savings Stamps Jugo Slavs on tho othor, ians and tho In regard lo tho eastern coast of tho regularly at tho Post Ofllco. ay no TUK CITIZEN n flying trip to Cincinnati last week. (I. I). Miller of Heron has been in January $0, 1010. East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else No Fir Seeds to Help Reforest France Bag in Hands of Secretary of American Forestry Association Estimated to Contain 50,000 Trees this vicinity buying fur. MADISON COUNTY PLAN TO SPEED UP RETURN 0FTR00PS corwpoodnc pubtUtifd unlM It not for publication, but m an rldnc In full br th wr1tr. Tha nam of irond faith. Writ plalnlr. They nro all doing well, will no Jim Hamilton deaths reported. lias been confined to bis bed four weeks with typhoid fever, and Is not much improved. Mrs. Arminl.i Mooro who Is in her 80th year is convalescent after a sovero attack of pneumonia, thanks to the skill or Willie Vaughn Dr. 0. G. Goodman. anil Harry Mooro look their crop of tobacco to the Richmond market last week, for which tlioy received a .Miss Lula price. satisfactory Moore of Hamilton, 0., is visiting for Miss a few days in this vicinity. Nannio Reynolds started to RichMiss mond today to enter school. 1'earl Mooro who has been visiting her aunt, Mrs. II. I). Jones, of Viva, Harry Mooro has returned home. was the successful bidder on the Tyner-Bon- d Mail and ,will begin service February 1. Carico We aro having Carico, Jan. 20. burial. Her purenls. have tho symHiss Ethel Tincher pathy of all. Tyner Thero has been surprised her many friends by getTyncr, Jnn. M. about tliirty cases of flu reported in ting married Friday. Sho was marthis, vicinily in Hip last four week. ried to James Maddock of Ohio. Wo . JACKSON COUNTY j somo lln0 weather for- - winter; t'a. ,pcoplo aro taking advantage of it by turning their ground and getting Wo aro .sorry to ready for crops. bear of tho death of the daughter of W. F. Johnson. Cathcrino was a good girl loved by all. Thc flu will take its toll. We do sympathize with tho bereaved parents. Does Wilson of Hardwick's Creek has bought tho Frank Comcilus farm of George Gabbard, and has Mr. and Mrs. Jess moved to it. Williams who have moved to Oklahoma write that they like their new Aunt Cosby Colo is homo fine. visiting relatives at Annvillo at! present. Bro. Henry Lewis will proacb at Flat Top th0 second Saturday and Sunday in February. All We aro sorry to como to church. death of Mrs. lien Gabhear of the bard. She is another victim of tho nu. W. H. Roberts bought a cow The of Jesso Williams for $55. son, Hassil, of Sam Roberts is little sick at present. McKee McKcc, wish them much joy and happiness They left immediately for their Mr. and Mrs. James home in Ohio. Morris and little daughter aro very sick with influenza. Kirby Knob Tho flu is Kirby Knob, Jan. 27. still raging in this community. Mrs. John McKinny and littlo Lnw- chilli died last week of flu renco Powell, 18 year old son of tho Rov. W. I. Powell, tiled at tho College Hospital at Ilerea where Ho was attending school, of double pneumonia after eight days' illnos. Tho bereaved family have our deepest D. M. Click who has sympathy. been ill with nnoumonia for somo timo passed away, January 21, of heart failure, and was brought hern Sunday for burial. Ho leaves four sons and five daughters besido a host of friends to mourn his death. A baby girl was born in tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Powell re cently. Tho baby is doing well but the mother is seriously ill with Nannio, Lang- doubln nnoumonia. fcllner and children aro most all ill Myrtlo Baker is planWilli flu, ning to go to Indiana this week with her uncle, John Barrett, and family to spend a few months. Mrs. B. Williams has been seriously ill with llu for tho past week. Mrs. Canada Sparks of McKee sftcnt a few days last week with her daughter, Mrs. Lloyd Powell, who is ill. but returned homo Sunday on account of the illness of her husband. ESTILL COUNTY Iron Honnd There is a good deal of sickness in McKeo at present. Mrs. Fannio Sparks was called to Kirby Knob to see her daughter, Mrs. Emma Powell, who is serMarriago licenses wero iously ill. issued to tho following couples Friday: Mr. Ferguson of Clay county and Miss Mollie Copo of Maulden; James Maddock from Ohio and Miss Mrs. Ethel Tincher of McKee. J. K. Sparks has received word of ln'r son Dewey's safe arrival "over here" and that bo will be homo soon. Ho had been in Franco for somo time. McKec Academy has twenty-eigstars in its service flag and only ono gold star, representing tho LEE COUNTY death of Willio McQueen who was Beattyville killed in action somewhere in neattyville, Jan. 27. Miss Beulah Thero were three deaths Franco. hours. Whisman of Fincastlo was in town at McKeo, in twenty-fo- ur C. E- - Tyree. Mrs. Mattio Gabbard (neo Rawlings), Monday on business. had tho County Attorney, was over in tho Now wifo of Hen Gabbard. Sh0 I Magis-- I flu from which double pneumonia Virginia country attending a J. D. developed. Sho was sick nearly two tralo Court last Saturday. weeks and everything was done Kilbufn or Tallega was in town for her that could be, done, but sho Monday. Ho is ono of our hustling breathed her last Friday morning at merchants and farmers, and has resevon o'clock. Sho leaves a husband cently purchased a new stock of and two small children and a host of goods in tho oil fields on Big SinkB. N. relatives and friends to mourn her ing Creek in this county. Lutes of Bozoman, MflnU, is visiting Mrs. Joshua Holland died death. Friday morning; sho bad been sick bis many friends and relatives in for somo tjme, having bad the flu tills county at present. He will resovcral weeks ago, followed by turn to bis homo in tho west tho Tho flu situation pneumonia. Her daughter, Ilhoda, first of April. diod with tho samo disoaso about in this county is belter in somo lo Vt month ago. Sho leaves a husband calities whilo it is worse in others; and sovcral children. Sho was a a number of deallis bavo been tho Tho good wifo and mother and will bo result of it in tho last week. oil business hero has been improvmissed by all who know her. Died, Thursday morning at eloven o'clock, ing during tho warm weather. LateKathcrino Johnson, daughter of ly a number of now wells aro every week. Judge Johnson. Sho was sick only tho ilu from ono week. She had OWSLEY COUNTY which double pneumonia developed Island City but death was unexpected and the W0 arc Island City, Jan. 21. people wuro shocked when they Thc heard of her death. Kathcrino was having somo rain at present. a good girl and was a favorito among teniporatur0 much different to last her many friends. Sho was taken winter. Tho great men of Methodto her homo on Moores Creek for ism aro in conference at Columbus. Jan. 27. ht There is Iron Mound. Jan. 23. nuite a lot of sickness in this neigh borhood. Hudson Dennis of thU place was called to the bedsido of his father who is very low with Tho family of flu at Collego Hill. Joe Vaughn havn been very sick with flu but all aro getting along nicclv except tho 19 months old baby which is not expected to live. Mrs. J. W. Sparks is up after a Jesse Thomas severe attack of llu. of Clark was hero buying tobacco Winilcld Thomas left last week. for Richmond with a load of tobacco Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Rice, today. Mrs. Emelino Harris, W. F. Fielder, and Mrs. W. C. Mooro wero callers at the home of Mrs. J. W. Sparks, Sunday nflernoon. Samuel Sparks of Irvine visited his parents here Robert Harris went to last week. sco his sister, Mrs. Charley Combs, Miss of Collego Hill last week. Nannie Mao Harris has purchaseu a new organ. No More War Flour Potts' GOLD DUST Flour Returns to its before-the-whigh standard of ar quality Once Tried - - Always used Wo aro having Harts, Jan. 37r weather in this locality at Yanks Will Be Sent Home as Rap present, and farmers aro getting Idly as Transportation (i'ho Sunday-scho- ol ready for business. Permits. and prayer meeting at this placo aro progressing nicely with Bradley Lakes good attendance entertained quite n number of boys HO INCREASE IN RHINE ARMY nnd girls nl his homo summy oven- Ing. Miss Flosslo Waddcll of Bf Supreme Peace Council Warm World rea Is visiting her sister, Mrs. Mina! Against Possession of Territory Jamos Bar-Davis, of this placo. Qalned by Force Plan weok.i rclt lost a lino Jorsoy cow last Early Demobilization. He found her dead In the pasture. John H. Gadd is moving to Indl- Pnrls, Jnn. 27. It Is hollered the ana, 'and 7ohn Whllmoro Is moving return of American troop- - to the to tho houso vacated by Mr. Gadd. United state - to bo speeded "tin. Miss Lucy Hays of Dig Hill visited! It la understood the military commls-ho- r "('pointed will carry out the plans friend, Mrs. Mlnnlo Gadd, Sun- u'n..ii'. nr already before (he war department In .i.... nshlngton for the return of Amerl .nvnn! i. inn troops homcwnnPa rnplilly ns day furlough. Sam Robinson trmiftportntlonrperinlta. It nlso Is purchased a flno young cow from snld there will lie no Increase In tho Tho Ainerlrnn proportion of troops In tho J. W. Bratchcr for J75.00. patients who bavo had tho flu nre occupied regions. convalescing. Warnlno to World. Wallaceton A series of International events of Thc farm- Hie highest order took form lit meet-tug- s Wnllnreton. Jan. 27. of the council of the great powers aro taking ndvantago pf tho nnd beginning plow- ers nml the military coimniiuderH on fln0 weather all the fronts. These may lie summed ing for their next year's crop. up ns .follows: Miss Childs of Perca visited Mrs. ' First The Issunnce of a solemn Holoway over Saturday and Sunday. warning to the world th.it the possesWilliam Ely is looking for a farm sion of territory gained by force will Arthur Eden is farm- seriously prejudice the claims of those in Indiana. ing on the widow Brockman's farm. who ue such menus nnd set up This decDena Anglin sold bis tobacco for sovereignty by coercion. laration wns framed by President 51 cents. All grades of tobacco arc Wilson. P. S. Rld.dale, .ecretary of the American Fore.try sssoelatlon, on hi. While the warning specified no counway to France with all the Douglas fir seed the awoclatlon could find In the Vory high; nofio less than 10 cents Robert Elkln tries. It covered broadly the warring American market. Mr. Rldtdale figurei there are 50,000 treet In the bag ho out of this section. anri ht. uilll atk Prrnrh nffirl.it a to tell him what other klndi of aeed anlil In f.lionlpp I'lkin n fine lilllicll elements In the Ukraine nnd thosu they want with which to reforett France. A soon at he returns the tiiocla- - 0r ghoats for 1 1 cents, averaging 122 nrouud Vllnn and I.emberg. where bomtlon will start a campaign to procure the needed seeds. Douglas fir was the ,)olln,is . M. Hester, of Toblns, bardment, have oeeurred, nnd nlso In n.acovcrco. where the new first variety askea tor, ana a scarcny or tnis King was .mmr-T- ..v nf(pr nn a,)SCnco from Kcn thc Cnurasus 1. . .. .1... ....... t(Jeorglnn. I .. .1 ,1 .....!. ... i rriHloui: in iikiiuiik mr iu-I.. ii iiiviiiiiii " 'n,,, r" or 1,10 republic, nlso Serbian Inn.nds on There aro more spent from January 10 to 23 with 1,roln"r' .p" O., this week. tenegro. as well as territorial occupn-llOm- e folks on a lUriOUgU. l.atonia, flu cases now than over before; 110 i k Heater nf Mntir.n was .i. . ... !.. in,' v fining ,i .t.iiiii.iv. .1. cases aro said to bo at Onoida, Clay tho six year old daughter of Mr. ami p e9,er last Thrnce nnd In Poland. t, of K county, and it is raging in Jackson Mrs. James Wyatt, died Tuesday of wppk ,s recovcrin(. from a bad Second The appointment nf n com county, especially around McKet, .ni.ucnzannupnoumo.ua. i.eou.er CM nn(, rccenlly rcccivcd mission nf the highest military aufl minisMarried, Herbert Pierson to Mis members of the family are improv- - ,ijs ,lonwrB,)lo ,iisclnrgo from tho thority. Including Ithe Mrttlsh I ......... .t . I I uvih-hi- i .nr. ami ,rs. imc army. Sarah Rowland of Sturgeon, January ing siowiy. to lhe Citizen and ier oi war. .unrnim nn.ii, m, Success Qai T.,.Vpr 22. May peace, happiness and long Mainuos and family returned from its many readers. curry forward early demobilization Homer Morris and Ohio, Sunday, with the body of their life be theirs. Dreyfus nnd establish proportionate allied nnd Shafter Becknell wero the guests of youngest daughter, Nettie, who died Dreyfus. Jan. 25. Tho Rev. Mr. associated forces on the western Bowman with tuberculosis. Nettie was taken Winkler preached at this placo Sat front. Misses Jessi0 and Grova The to Colorado about the llrstjif August urday night and Sunday. Territory Claims Up. the evening of the 23rd inst. Joe farm known as the James S. Bow- where sho and lier mother staid lMHni.m nnd fnmitv nr.i verv 111 With of tcrritorlM Third Discussion man farm has recently been sold until about the Ilrst of December. flu at this writing Dock Todd rln"", " 'iiuer.il Oennan wlonles. rings, in iiiiiti'm in .uiiimui. ua. to Ambroso Carmack and Charley After Mrs. Mainous fully .realized has been on tho sick list for the past New .earn nil flnfi rvrarn a men on J. D. Ray is our that 'ettfe was not improving she few day. Peters for $2,f00. W. P. While has moved Afrlrn and the German leading merchant and is selling his wrote to Mr. Mainous to como and from Dr. Gibson's farm to White (rnmn Island groups of the Pacific. goods, you bet; no use of goods be bring her homo, which he did. ami slnllon Mrs. Dora Umb has re- Fourth Approvnl of the council of ing so high as tho war is over and they got to Kings Mills to their eld- - Unm tin- - striking nf n modal for nil troops 0n)(, fr()m Djy,jm 0 tho armistice signed; calljjn brother est daughter where the rest of the MjH ,,Pon laklng part In the war. Lnko w() ,, Hay Fifth Authorisation to M. Plchon, , The oil men wlip arc drill- family joined them and remained work Lolmnon 0., for the past ing at present aro on the way to thero until death claimed their f(?w mo)t(i u nl i0p wi(h hor the French foreign secretary, to draft mission tho second sand, expecting to go to loved one. Her body was brough nM(l,r Mrs 0mh uk(, arry Instructions for the Joint Poland. to to the family burying ground and a)( ,loy m,wm nn(, Karl Kiml.or- - which Is about to proceed some of thn a deptli of 2,000 feet. The foregoing embraces Earnestvilto laid to rest. The bereaved family nm nUen,It;(1 a llince Friday night most dllllcult questions before tint McKinley have tho sympathy of all. The flu ,n RirllI10I1(l nl Herbert Cox's. Eaincstville, Jan. 20. pence conference, nlong with lhe proBrandenburg died at bis home, Jan- is rapidly spreading in this vicinity Mlgs Suns,lllH, Jmv m( Harrison jected action for tomorrow on tho punish11. H. now. Five families have it at pros- uary 21. with influenza. Lunsfor, wm, married Wednesday league of nations. Indemnities, labor, nnd International highBrandenburg, who has been at tho enl, namely: Messrs. J. T. Mainoin. n, hL ,0(1 VwMav ments, Aglp point of death, is somewhat im- Walter Mainous. Dock McPherson, from spjnal inenllwil,H following tho ways. Consider Leagup of Nations. N. V. Rader and wifo of Charley Peters and James Wyatt. proved. Mrrt Lol,a mMimm ani m Florida visited M. V. Moore, Sunday. The nuck Creek Graded School clos- - (allK,lt,.ri lNanie, arc quite ill with yThe second plenary sesslou of tho peace conference wns held at the forMiss Ida Bowman and Eunice ed today with only a few in attend- m eign olllco today for consideration of ,nf if C. A. rl ..In n,,il I lll lll.lll . , i1,1 llwfc Yin Burke aro ill with influenza. V,,l. I, I III IlllLl. llllll fanoia the league of nations, responsibility ...,i i... lll called to iIC'llUt'lli llll ilUlUlllll III ii, ...n.. Born llll-lGabbard has lately been Died of con- for the war nnd punishment und terPanola. Jan. 20. Mr. C. to Mr. and Mrs. Everett Ross a girl; his work at Cincinnati, ). on January ritorial questions. . sumption, at her-ho.. t m. !.., ,r..i.i A largo numi uaniiaru ami nine uaugi.iur, Cel- named Graco Kidd. No pomp marked the ojienlng of tho Sho leaves i 21, Mrs. Hill Reed. It wns evident tic, visited her sister, Mrs. Marl ber of tho men folks in this vicinity full session. and four children, n father second nlso that the public wns showing litMoore, Sunday. Mrs. Sarah Bow- left for Hazard yesterday whero husband broand mother, nnd a number of tle Interest. man had tho misforluno of falling they were summoned on tho jury. thers and sisters and a host of As soon ns the delegates of tho asand getting her arm thrown out of remains sociated power had gnlhered, PreHer friends to mourn. place. Mrs. C A. Gabbard, who has ROCKCASTLE COUNTY were laid to rest near Rico's Station. mier Clcmeliccnil rnpiHMl .with Ids gnvel Dlsputanta y been visiting her parents, will reand lhe Wuslness session wnn C. Lamb nnd wife of Noland vis Disputanta. Jan. 27.. Roads aro M. turn to Cincinnati, Monday. declared under way. Mrs. M. I.. Colo from Saturday Harvey Becknell, Floyd Hunley and almost impassable in this commun- ited that before the delIt Is Gilbert Watson egates understood to lake definite acassembled from ity. Let's all work for better roads! until S'unday. n number of others returned is low' hc st;ri,'"sl' Overley o tion regarding territorial questions Thero has been a great deal of the Granny Richardson oil field Satsteps were tnken for the appointment M. Evans purchased a sickness in this nelghborhhood.' "Wing. urday. planning on go I, g to of n commission, which will begin nn ll In tho flu. -- Oscar Thomas of mare from Logan Gabbard, Monday. exnmlniitlon of the problems nsslsted Conkling technical experts. " ! by n host of "" ' Conkling, Jan. 25. John Born to Mr. W. H. Thomas, at this place. . The llmlti.timin of fJonimny, then Pol 1,10 il,s'" ,wPitnl r,,r 8" " and Mrs. Isaac Wilder, January 15, Singleton ami wire of Dayton. 0J '''c I and then the states created from rrturiietl ho.m, very much land Miss are visiting friends here. Austria and' Hungary probably will C. B n son. named James Shelby. he sale of Hardin Cox be taken up In order. Nettie Mainous died at Kings Mills, Davidson from Hamilton. O.. was improve, -'I ,lcc,oa 0,,; was WPIa1l; was hero on busines.slast week. O., on Friday of last week, nnd Hiram a "l.' brought homo for burial. Tho fam- Martin who has been stationed nl FOE SHIPS ALLOTTED TO U. S. good price. Mrs. Alma Colo Is deepest sympathy. Camp Sherman has returned home. ily have our Tho writing. Sherman Chasleen of Bromo was very poorly nt this Alex King and Miss Ilhoda Hoskint German Vessels of 450,000 Tons to raging in this viTransport Troops to America were married Thursday. Elder J. back in this neighborhood shaking influenza is still cinity. t Qlant Liner Imperator Included. olllciated. Miss bauds with old friends last weok. W. Anderson Eliza McCoIlum has moved hack to John Walker Chasteen of Johnclta ships New York, Jan. JACKSON COUNTY Risslo Mainous return- who was operated on nt tho Robher home. nllottcd to tho United .States for llio Green Hall F. F. inson Hospital died Saturday night. ed from Berea tho past week. transportation of troops aggregato Green Hall, Jan. 22. A more beauMcCoIlum nnd wifo spent Monday His remains were taken to bis homo 450,000 tons, Including the giant ih American night with their mother, Mrs. Emily for burial. liner Imperator, It wus Dr. G. T. Payno of tiful January has nover been seen McCoIlum Herbert Wildor visit- Iferea is iu this vicinity doing den- tho mountains of Kentucky than wo uuthurltutlvcly learned here. Andy ed bis sister, Mrs. Lizzie Thomas, tal work. Tino Williams and son, have just experienced. spent Saturday and Sunday Pierson went to tho city last week Optimistic Thought Saturday and Sunday. Ilruce, Keep good company and you'll be oi Scovilla with his parents near Wallaceton. and bought n stock of merchandise. Scovillo, Jan. 2i. Mr. and Mrs. John Henry Chasteen and wifo Ho will sell whoro M, H. Hornsby them. L. M. Cook Is Cainer Winn gavo tho young folks who have been in Franklin, 0., for recently vacated. Mr. and Mrs. Irk John James Smith. a social last Saturday night. A largo tho past year aro moving back to somo better at this writing. Wilson of Oklahoma wero tho guests crowd was present. Clayton Bond, his farm on Todd Branch Howard Gabbard is suffering with grippe. who has returned from France, 0. Payne tmd brother, Stanley. mad(1 ,10'" ",1"!r' an" 'aim,y rciurneii of Mr, and Mrs. Jesso Holbrook SatRobert rrom tJiuo last wcok. no win rem urday night and Sunday. the farm of W H. Flanery for the Flanery of Ilcattyvillo paid his present year. - Mrs. Tom Kelly of father and mothe of Green Hall a A Field of reoiM Ohio is visiting her sister, Mrs visit, Saturday night and Sunday. 1 MS DM I Ho Mrs, W. H. Flanery of South Lcb. Hunt I MiM t aiioii, 0., visited her daughter, Mrs. JONN WWTE 4 CI. Mr, James Smith, tho past week. LOUMVILLB,KV. nnd Mrs. F. l McCoIhun wero din-- , f Llbsral'assortmsat TH aURI GROW IRQ KIND" ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. Jj ad full value paid They produco bettor crops. Your first sowing Wilson, Sunday, Farmers aro' betor rilDO ginning to turn tho soil now forL LOUISVILLI SItB C0..lnrato4 rtw runo LOUlivlLLS, nr. Bulaitvaly Wfcaltaala . V crops. Hldos ana) flno Harts, jljJB n' .r..i. I.,. rin l" VV .-- ,1 I V. - j u,(, - - 1 11 i . I Im.ue-dlntel- - - nan Hamburg-- Bocauso Satisfaction Sowed ' SmIIUm a