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FROST, EJitor-ln-ChL- f nl lltren, AV. t rond unJrr Att rif Marth, lt?9. nMhW I'rtry Thurtant lltrta, Ky. Devoted to tlie Interests of the 3CoxntLirL People I'ivo Cents Per Copy. IJEREA, MAJMSON COUNTY, KK.VITCKY, ITJIIU'ARY 13, 1010. Ono Dollar and The Citizen Kentucky News Nearly $500,000 to 8100,170.38, be exact hae been paid in toxes to Ihe State of Kentucky on liquor withdrawn from bond sinco last September. It is a record withdrawal. , Vol. XX. Fifty Cents Per Year. No, 33. The Returning Hero We cannot do enough for the returning hero. We mean the man that went to the war because lie felt it was his duty, and not for pay or promotion or excitement. We mean the man who did all he had a chance to do, whether lie got as far as the trenches or not. That man did neglect his own affairs, he did face danger, he did comprehend in some degree what the war was about and the same devotion and self sacrifice that made him a good soldier will make him a good citizen. We all desire to do this man honor. And far above any attention his neighbors can give him will be his inner reward in knowing that he did his duty, and that he belongs to "the grand army" of men like Grant and Pershitig. There is another kind of man sometimes seen wearing kaki who is no hero at all, and who seem to be sorry he ever did or suffered anything for his country. The "grouchy soldier" is no soldierat all. We hear complaints against the government that certainly did more than a government ever did before for its soldiers. Because the influenza prostrated the clerks so the pay was delayed, and for other slight and unavoidable hardships the grouchy soldier complains. We repeat it, at least while such complaints are on his lips, he is no soldier at all. U. S. News MORE DRASTIC . World News Twenly-llv- o The suggestion of England that an men, born In neuTRUCE Embargo be placed on Iho importatral countries, who claimed exemption of American imports has tion from llio military draft on tho n strong feeling of opposibasin of their alienage after declar ARE TAKEN, UP tion in the United Slates. Tho Scn-a- lo ing (heir Intentions) of becoming! has seized on tho report as a American citizens, have been forever barred from American citizenship No Decision Reached in Regard to tilling opportunity to protest in 'strong language and to urgo Amcri-ca- h Governor Stanley, Chief Justice by Federal Juilgo Jeremiah Netcrcr. Renewal of Armistice rights. Tho readjustment of John I). Carroll and Judge Alex 1'. trade relations is likely lo causo Humphrey, of Louisville, were prinConditions. Postmasters havo been asked by many irritating problems. cipal speakers at tho unveiling Postmaster General Hurlcson lo con-tinTuesday morning of Ihe bust of the their activities on bohalf or The Peace Congress is making late Chief Justice William Samuel I he sale of Wnr Savings Stamps. In YANKS TO MAN HUN SHIPS progress nlUiough each day brings Pryor in the Court of Appeals, thanking them for their Interest in a multitude of new issues before it tho pnst Mr. Hurlcson said tho war Tho plan for tho Naval War Council Presents Recom- for settlement. would not bo over so far as Iho d, Attorney W. T. Sborl, of Society of Nations Is nearly ready n mendations for Turning Over Ky has announced his can- American people are concerned until for notion and becomes more of a Merchant Fleet No Agreedidacy for nomination for Stale llnancial obligations incurred have reality each day. president Wilson ment on Allotment Reached. Senator on tho Republican ticket. been completely discharged. has been forcing the European dipMr. Short mado an excellent rccor I Purls, Feb. 10. The pence confer lomats to work harder than they as U. S. Marshal, and would unMiners, railway men and trans- enco commission on a society of nadoubtedly well represent the best port workers numbering d,500,000 tions expects to finish Its work soon. have ever done before, in order Ihat a pcaco may be reached at an early interests of the county if elected lo began a campaign for reforms Mon- At a long session the committee com- dale. of the draft of the larger day. A committee of tho Miners' pleted ,sorve his constituency in tho sphere as Stale Senator. Federation was to meet Government project. The Oerman Assembly bar begun Tho commission, It Is ndded, Is of the leadors lo ask for a day, a opinion that certnln clauses of the its session at Weimar, in Hadcn. Helping tho rclurncd soldier to .'lOyPcr cent increase in wages and draft should he referred to a e Tho opening was orderly and among readjust himself to his civilian work full pay to demobilized miners durfor clarification. the members aro many who sat in and his community life is one of ing unemployment. Armlctlce Terms Discussed. the Reichstag of tho former governJinny Important matters were Iho most important features underment. Tliero will be an advantago the supreme wnr council, compristaken by the Slato Y. M. C. A. of A temporary military establishing the council of the grent powers in having a body of men who havo Kentucky. Tho worl is a part of ment of 28,579 officers and 509,909 and the military commanders on nil experience in government affairs, Over 450 Convenions, and Spiritual Interest Quickened, a broad plan adopted and largely enlisted men is provided for in tho fronts, when It met Jo consider pri- rather than n set of theorists. Tho the Result llnanced by the National War Work annual Army Appropriation bill re- marily the extension of the nrmlstlce Socialist party which, controls has any Council of the National Y. M. C. A, ported to the House Monday by tho with Germany, which expires Febru- stood in Gorman affairs for demosix-da- y revival campaign possibly decoived moro than Tlio which was conducted in Iho College of the others mentioned. Tho tend- of which Dr. John it. Molt, of New Military Committee. The measuro ary 17. Although tho final decisions " cratic government and, is not an York, is general secretary. carries a total of Sl.i 17,289. 100; the went over, the session wns Interest-- extremely radical party. Chapel by tho Hev. J. E. Cunant ency to postporio a decision for Tho Provisional Chancelor, Ebort, canio to a close last Friday evening. Christ until a later hour frequently IN NORTHERN RUSSIA YANKEE REGULARS in his opening speech uttered a Dcrea has witnosscd many evan- meant that no decision was ever warning to tho allios that they gelistic meetings during Iho past made, and hope of eternal lifo was should not mako terms that aro too yearn, hut in nono has the genuine thus forfeited through neglect. Appropriate scriptures wero quotbard for Germany to bear. Ho derovival spirit boon more evident clared that tho allies sought to than in tho services of the past ed to show that Jesus Christ also bids for the soul of each individual. Kaiserism and tho military week, system and claimed that both had Tho evangelist proved himself lo He offers sacrillce, hardship, and disappeared forever. Tho revolubo not only a man of deop spiritu- sulTering, it is true, but to brighten tho olherwiso dark picture Ho oftionary government could not bo ality, hut also a spiritual "workheld responsible for tho deeds of tho man, approved of Ood, rightly di- fers Himself, tho riches of Heaven, former regime was his plea. viding the Word of Truth." His and eternal life, with unrestricted Hiblo expositions were faithful and Joy forever. The closing servico on Friday Poland has just opened its first fearloss, hut wilhal uttered in tho assembly since tho independence. evening was a lilting climax to the spirit of lovo. National feeling- naturally runs high meetings of tho week. Tho theme, That Boroa believes in Ihe "old "Mother, Homo and Heaven," was efand hopes of a bright future aro timo religion" was evidenced by tho fectively presented in indulged by tho peoplo. Prominent illustrations hiterest manifested on Iho part of ampng tho issues already before tho and persdnal experiences aptly recitizens as well as Ihe .student body lated. "No assembly is tho land question. It is homo is worthy of the and family. Tho largo auditorium planned to break up tho largo holdname if Jesus Christ is not a welwas tilled each night, and tho total ings and mako it illegal for any ono come guest," was a significant number of conversions reported is statement made by the speaker. Tho to bold more than a thousand acres. over 150. Poland has suffered greatly thruout incidents cited served to illustrnto His sermon on Wednesday night in a forceful way the Intluence of a its history from tho landed claaS was based on the text Hosea 2:0, and Christian mother in making homo and now intends to remedy the evil. dealt with various hedges which Ood "akin to Heaven." Tho appeal struck throws around our lives lo lead us a responsive chord in every heart Both Franco and England wero tho lo Himself. Ho stated that many and many accepted the invitation , socno of memorial services for people-- were running away from lo "get right with mother's God." .Major (Jcnem! ironsides of tho Hrltlsli unny, commando. In chief of the allied expeditionary forces In northern Theodore Roosevelt during tho week. God's love, care and salvation, and The attendance and interest at tho ltussln. Is shown Inspecting a detachment of United States regulnrs under his command. This photograph was taken t Many of tho delegates lo tho Peaco lie would hedge their way with afternoon meetings grew from day nt Archangel, where the troops were enjoying a ten-darest period nfter Intense campaigning along tho Vologda rail- uongres aucnueu ino servico in U. S. Infantry. thorns to make it hard to be lost. to day, with consequent blessing to way. The company Is "M" of tho Three Hundred nnd Thlrty-nlutParis and that in England was tho The hedges referred lo wcro (I) an increasingly largo number of occasion of a notable gathering in The hedge of nature; (2) The hedgo people. "Tho Christians' relation to David J. Simmons, ono of tho most committee said an army of tho izo lug from the number of Mtbjects de- Westminister Abboy. Sentiments presentmanding of conscience; (,T Tho hedgo of wero expressed that III well into tho popular amusements" and prominent farmers of Madison coun lecomnicnded would bo necessary ed by the attention that were chiefs. nnval and military Providence; (I) Tho thorns of Ca- "The personality- - and power of the ty, died nt his homo a mile "during tho period of demobilizaabout Iteports wero made to the council thought and purpose of tho timo Ihe supremo exposition of Holy Spirit" wero subjects dealt lvary in his death from Richmond on tho Lancaster tion." by tho military high commands on the and our the lovo of God. with on two afternoons. As a result pike, Friday, after a short illness. subject of demobilization and the rela- is still ablo to bp a great power for powers o he main- good. Thursday night tho message was of these services several young peo-pl- o Although ho would havo been 82 Moro than 125 bushels of silver tive forces of the presented in tho nature of bids dedicated themselves to Iho years of ago tho first of next month dollars wcro shipped recently frtim tained tn the occupied regions. Tho Versailles military council also which are made by Josus Christ and work of tho ministry, and for mis- Mr. Simmons was a man of vigorous It is reported that Japan and Rusto tho Philn report as to the military by satan for Iho souls of men. With sionary work. Tho meetings will constitution, and his last illncsS was tho Treasury vaults sia havo como to an understanding adelphia mint to bo melted into forces nvallable for the disturbed reconsistent reasoning tho speaker also be remembered with gratitudo not long. that is important. Japan is to sup-p- jy bullion for export to India. The gions of Turkey. dealt with the various ruses which by many other Christians as markRussia with money for reconThe naval branch of the council prestatement, daily Treasury llnancial satan employes to lead people lo ing the beginning of a life of vicsented recommendations formulated ns struction and Russia is to furnish Authorities aroinvestigaling tho which deals familiarly with billions loso eternal lifo. nmong the Japan with sources of-- coal and Fame, wealth, tory and real servico for Christ. death of William D. Cochran, a nnd only incidentally with details the result of consultations American pleasure, and even religion wero mineral of which sho is much in Doctor Couant left on tho early prominent attorney and republican liko millions, announced in cryptic Ilrltlsli, French. Italian nnd naval commanders, bearing mainly on need. Tho contract Is favorablo to suggested as bids which tho great train Saturday morning for a 'own politician of Maysvillo. Ho was accounting terms merely that cur- tho turning over of the German subadversary makes for souls. His bid in New Jersey whero ho was scheeastern Russia which is rapidly found dead early Saturday morning rent assets in silver dollars had fal- marines, blockade restrictions and the tho section which offers of "Lots of Time" was characterized duled to begin a series of meetings hut it is believed ills dcatu was uuo len 1,118,000 sinco February 8. This surrender of the Germnn commercial greatest hopo of stability and order. as salan's great master stroke, which on Monday night, February 10. fleet. This fleet. It Is stated. Is ready to natural causes. Tho taxicab was one of tho shipments which driver, however, reported tho mat- havo taken $205,000,000 from tho to bo turned over, but the allies thus CONTENTS Tho feeling of Mexico toward tho the allotment far ter to tho polico. Cochran's wifj vaults in recent months to bo molted of havo not agreed on the various al- United States is much better sinco MICKIE SAYS the steamers among was Miss Zorayda Welsh, of Dan- down and exported to tho Allie. lied nations nor on the compensation PAGE 1. Editorial: Tho Returning tho war ended. It Is expected that n ville. VJEU.,T for the use of tho vessels. ( v- Horo. Groat Rovival Closo American llnanciers will supply tlrj THIS AIN'T A OH,MCK6t A project for tho construction of World News; U. S. News; Stato nionoy for tho funding of tho debts ( WHS THE CLE&N Yanks to Man Ships. Nows. of Moxico and in return opportuniThere appears a strong probabil- an experimental rigid dirigiblo balFANUVN NEWS ) When an agreement Is reached nnd V OROUtKt PAGE 2. ity that Madison county may offer loon of Iho typo familiarly known the United States receives Its sharo of ties will again bo given for capitalSohool Nows. Letter PAPER., It operato in Moxico, especially as (ho Zeppelin, was included In tho AinY tAV two candidates for tho Republican from II. E. Taylor. TV tho ships, they will ho manned by tho ists to , FAUL-Tt'U. nomination for Stato Senator for plans of tho Navy Department when American navy nnd fly tho Stars and in oil and mines. Tho government PAGE 3. Serial Story. Tell THE, this district at tho Primary next (bo p'cuding naval appropriation bill Stripes, tho Initials of tho relief coun- is moro settled according to a hopo PAGE A. Local Nows. U cil being ndded to tho flag. ful viow given by our representaAugust. Capt. W. T. Short has just was submitted to Congress. Ro- PAGE 5. nod Cross Nows. Tho commission on blockndo also tive, Mr. Fletcher. announcement, and word would havo cost soveral million dolissued his viow of Current Events Now presented n report favoring the lightcomes now that friends all over tho lars and a part of the schemo would ening Dog Law. of tho blockndo restrictions In somo time, havo been havo been Iho bringing to Ihe United Government oflloials aro suggestdistrict for and the Adriatic. PAGE 0. Homo and Farm Depart Stales ono of tho most modern Ger- the Mediterranean evident In Home mil- ing that tho Philippines should bo urging Mr. C. C. Wallace, alsoof tendency wns A ments. Richmond, to becomo a candidate. man air cruiser.--! as a model. itary quarters to Impose further dras- settled lo a larger extent by AmeriTho Houso eliminated this provis- tic terms upon Germany when the cans. Opportunities aro said to bo PAGE 7. S. S. Losson. Temperance A raco bolweon theso two astute Notos. League to Enforco Poaco. politicians and popular gentlemen ion from (ho bill hut naval officers armistice was extended, but no deci- exceptionally good at this limoifor Obligations Fuolng Christian would bo interesting to soo. Each said recently they hoped tho Scnato sion was reached ns to what measures trado and business undertakings. It hearing tho (bat our governChurches. has many warm friends who would would rcstoro it. They bellovo that might be taken. After representatives, is probable also mako future developments with lighter views of the military PAGE 8. go to "tho bat" for him and Eastern Kentucky Nows. great powers de- ment would liko to ensure nn Amertho thau-a- ir craft will bo great, both cidedcouncil of tho discussion when ican population to forstall any pos-sib- lo Armed Strlkors Rulo Butte, tho contest an interesting ono. to continue tho for military and commercial pur- tho decision will bo mado without the Montana. ambition of other couutrjts. poses and aro anxious to keep ahead presenco of these representatives. S. S. Cedar, of tho U. S. Light or nt least abreast' of what European This Inst move wns regarded In some Just Missed Perfection. houso Servico, disposed of a An Amorlcan Red Cross courier quarters ns significant of tho gradual may do in this regard. When Mrs. Lnngtry was at the sumRod countries crow of doctors nud chimgo from war conditions to those servico has been established between mit of her beauty and fnmo she met Cross nurses along (ho southeastern Paris nnd Tours. of normal peace times. at a dinner an African king who was coast of Alaika whero tho llu was Through tho kindness of iho Food visiting London. She did her best to and picked up tho crow on Administration raging please the dusky monarch und evident100,000 pounds of Collections of 200 technical books Consulate In Honduras tho homo trip. ly succeeded, for ho wild to her us they shipping space in grain vessels ft Washington, Feb. 10. ThoBurned. Aniorlcun each havo been sent to each army parted: "Ah, mudam, If heaven had given- - daily to baled clothing colconsulur ageney ut Sun Pedro Sulu, base hospital by tho American Lionly made you black und fut you would To avoid criticism, say nothing, lected through the Red Cross for tho Honduras, wus destroyed by lira bo Irresistible." brary Association, do nothing, bo nothing. Hubbard. Helgians. uo Rlch-monGer-matwo-thirsix-hour subcom-committe- TERMS Great Revival Closes he-fo- re do-str- oy - y ed Mib-mltt- ' life-savi- ng Pago Two THE CITIZEN February cooties and on sunny days, thoy would strip off their shirts and sit with naked bodies on stumps or slono piles nnd "read Ihclr shirts," as they call It. Ono follow called lo tho other: "Hoy, Bill, aro you looking for cooties?" and ho answered back: "No, I am taking them just as (hey come." Ono boy said ho never kucw until he como to Franco and had been in tho trenches and had rootles Just why they alway posed Napoleon standing with his hand in bis shirll It has rained n cold, drizzly rnln hero nlmost steadily since September, and with mud four to six Inches deep nnd boys sleeping In damp blankets In "pup kenthy mystery nels" on the ground, to mo is that alLdo not die of pneumonia. Strange to say tho flu was not nearly so destructive hero as In America. After tho armistice, Rody and traveled through tho leave area, (ffio bath-tu- b from of nobility for two thousand years), through Grenoble, Chnmbroy, Lyon. Clermont-Ferran- d, Never, Issoudiiu. Tours, Sauinur. Hero several thousand boys aro privileged to a rest period of (en days after their awful experience in tho trenches anil here again our service in story and At wing was greatly appreciated. Tours, I was wired to return "tout do suite" to Paris to again take up the duties at Headquarters (tho battle of Paris) but this wonderful nine weeks lour will forever bo a precious memory. President King of Oberlin is handling our Religious Department and is putting on a wonderful program. Doctor Ersklno from Columbia Col- lego and Doctor Spaulding, the superintendent of Fducntioii in Cleve land, are at tho head of our import ant Educational Work, with General Pershing and Army ofiWals in a comprehensivo pro gram. Bishop Anderson has return ed to us and many big, genorou hearted men are bore helping willi tho great work. Tho coming three months will bo the most critical in our work for as General Pershing wrote a few weeks ago "Tho boys aro now lighting tholr biggest battle, namely that of self- conqucsL" I would not have missed having a part in this great work for twenty lifetimes and my years of hard work in Herca lilted mo the better for the responsibilities here. I am receiving frequent cheerful letters from Mrs. Taylor who has for some months been assisting nl Camp Dix. What a reunion she and I will have when it's all over. After visiting over thrco hundred of our fifteen hundred centers ol activities I am greatly gratified. While of courso thcro aro many weak points, and while wo havo suf fered greatly from lack of trans portation and shortage of supplies, tho general testimony of tho lads everywhere is that the job has really been "put across" in a remarkable way. And now President Wilson is hero in tho great Peace Conference and wo hopo that soon swords will be mado into plowshares. With lovo to all, Sincerely, . Howard E. Taylor. 1 13, 1010. School News from Various Departments A BETTER FINANCIAL SYSTEM FOR KENTUCKY SCHOOLS Soldiers' and Sailors' Letters II. E. TAYLOR WRITES talions every hour, tho shells burstMy dear Beroa friends: ing over tho top, and even at Hint On my return to Paris after a two depth, tho whole placo trembled nnd months lour of tho French Republic, shook. My Presbyterian calmness I found n number of letters awaiting served me well, but my Melhodist mo from good friends at Homo. friend Rody seemed qullo shaky. It KENTUCKY WILL TRAIN RETURNED SOLDIERS (Continued from last week.) A3 lo tlio second nliu, it wholly fails. A county receives a fixed sum Almost two months havo passed and was very wierd with flickering still theso frlondly greetings have candles making flickering shadows, been neglected or pushed asldo for but you should havo heard tho boys upon n lengthened term. want of timo. singing "Brighten tho Corner Where regard to the third aim, our In You can appreciate something of You Arc." Wo wero invited to eat system is absolutely incffcctlvo as tho strain here, when I tell you with the Major and bless my soul in the second. that I reach Iho olllco nbout 8:00 we had pumpkin pic, Iho thick, What does, a study of tho best a. m dictate for about two hours, "squashy" kind the only rcnl plo theories and practices in other hold interviews until 1:00 p. m7 run I havo seen here in France. stales suggest as lo Correcting thco In tho Argouuo forest among other nut for lunch and then back (o tho faults? ofllco from 2:00 until 7:00, Iheii troops, wo met ono group of flvo For tho first thcro may be introhome for dinner and back lo tho thousand colored boys. Wo put Iho duced the plan of apportioning a olllco lo stay until things aro cleared Utile folding organ on (lie broken part of the fund upon (ho basis of up. The strain of organization, stone platform of an old railway the teachers employed, a method however, is frequently relieved by station. It was just sunset and one used in many stales. Suppose, for pleasant calls of friends in khak of those wonderful crimson after example, apportionments should bo who are passing through Paris, boys glows. A church nil shattered but made as follows: For each elementary teacher employed In a whom I havo met over in thd Slates the spire stood out against (ho sky graded school, rural and also at my various places of anil two spying planes new over and wero lost in the sunset llre-miscliool, or city school, $100; for each Scarcely visitation in Rody played on his trnmbono day passes but that I havo from ono elementary teacher in a rural conWell, This Is the Knd of n Perfect to four of these good friends witl solidated school, $150; and for each full-limo lo chat over the tea cups, and Day," and then led tho boy high school teacher, $200. in NURSES WANTED This would bo an advantago to a their tales of adventures I assure singing "Old Down South Plantation The National Health Organization you prove n real relaxation. Just Melodies." The elfifct was truly thinly settled rural district, would encourage consolidation, and In for Public Health Nursing says, lately Tom Parker, Bill Dean, Flem wonderful, the boys singing in many sections mako high schools "Tho democratic ideals for which ing Griffith and Charles Baker havo beautiful harmony "I ain't goin' to possible where they aro not now. tho war was fought havo mado it been in their first and only visit study wn no niol" and "I's gwlno According to conditions as they ex imperative that tho opportunity for to Paris. .Many of them tell me to sing and shout in Glory," the isted in 1910-1- 7, this would result health, as the basis for other op that this is tho first timo since shells bursting with heavy thud, portunities, be mado equal to all coming to Franco that they havo not two miles awny. Rody has great as follows: people. The work of Iho nurse in been privileged to sit down to a power through song and story to To elementary teachers not in consolidated schools.. $1,205,700 war zones has illustrated Iho great real table with table cloth and lift tho boys to higher levels ol thought, and liuudredj of decisions possibilities of public health nurs- dishes. To elementary teachers in for belter living hnvo been made in 30,000 ing and has shown how service can consolidated schools .... I know something of their hard 128,000 bo multiplied by organization. ships. For nine weeks, Rodchcavcr, Franco as a result of his pilgrimage. To high school teachers... lalk of opportunities for service, As an outgrowth of tho war, and Hilly Sunday's singer and trom $1,459,700 Total the establishment of now ideals of bone player (familiarly called Rody) Not a day passes but that I wish 1 The amount per teacher would not social service, there is a demand for and I traveled around over tho vari had been born triplets or even In bo fixed, of course, but subject to Public Health Nurses which can ous camps from the ancient capital 'series," an "effort made for tho change by tho Stato Board to what only bo met by the same rcsponso city Nancy, northwest of tho British happiness of others lifts us above lines, camping and roughing it with ourselves," and hero every moment ever amount seemed best. that Ihey gave to the call of war. Subtracting this sum from tho Tho United States Public Health Iho boys, sleeping in old barns, hen spells new opportunity, just as it total school fund for tho year, $3, Service is planning to havo at least roosts, and shell torn houses, mud, does anywhere where folks livo to 812,375.01, wo have a balance of $2, ono nurse in overy county. cooties, flu. blood and death. Wo gether. At Souilly, wo stayed two days, 352,575.01 remaining to bo distribut Tho Children's Bureau has a bill helped cheer tho living and bury cd. This balance should ba divided in Congress which will demand i the dead and of courso had a truly visiting Iho great hospitals where wounded lay, into two equal parts of $1,176,289.52. large number of nurses for matcrn wonderful time. In one gravo near twenty thousand twenty-seve- n nunurcu wore to bo apportioned lo counties in tho ity and infant work in every state. Gondrccourt, wo buried forty-on- e following manner: Secretary of Labor Wilson says soldiers and thrco officers at ono brought in in ono day, twcnty-llv- o One-ha- lf on tho basis of the aggre- that Labor's reconstruction plan time, the grave was about sixty operating tables wero kept busy hours a day, tho placo gate daily attendance. This would must include a carefully formulated feet long and six feet wide, tho poor twenty-fobo done by requiring teachers to plan for repairing tho physical fellows tenderly wrapped in their looking more like a slaughter houso report at tho end of each school wasto and destruction of tho war, stained blankets and their faces than ono of human habitation, and for covered with tho metal helmet hero moro than anywhere did I re year the actual number of days at Tho National organization tended by each child enrolled in Public Health Nursing is doing two which they had worn in battle, side alizo tho awful prico of war, il? school. Tho sum of these days in thincs to supply tho immediate by side, officers and privates alike, foolishness, its wickedness, its toll attendance would give tho aggregate need: (I) Raising a considerable A priest assisted our Methodist The following was found in a dead daily attendance for tho district, fund of money for scholarships to Chaplain in the service as six of Australian's pocket: Rodcand from these would bo obtained be given to nurses leaving military Iho boys wero Catholics. the aggregates for tho county and service, and lo seniors in hospital hcavcr sang "My Jesus, I Lovo Theo" "I Saw The Morning Break" State. The amount distributed upon training schools, to enablo them to and then tho mournful taps wero Yo that havo faith to look with this basis would bo divided by the take postgraduate courses and enter sounded and tho salute fired three tearless eyes, aggregate daily attendance for tho tho field at once. (2) times from shining Titles, and tho Beyond tho tragedy of a world Slate, and each county obtain as with Tho National Leaguo of Nurs burial service was at an end. Doctor strife. many of tho equal parts as it had ing Education in urging revision of Mcurer, one of our Secretaries who And know that out of death and days of aggregate attendance By training courses injiospltals, and lo so greatly helped in tho sad task of night shall riso this method any county could in- givo credit for preparatory courses burial, observed that most of tho Tho dawn of ampler. life, crease the amount of money it re takon in colleges. dead wero lying when found 'with Rejoice, whatever anguish rend tho ceived from the Slato by increasing Tho profession offers as much as arms even in death stretched toward heart attendance and lengthening the it demands. It offers tho lure of tho enemy as though they had mado That God has given you a priceless term. Many slates now use tho pioneering, a position of influcnco, one last struggle to reach tho goal dower methods described abovo. and opportunity for advancement. They covered the graves with golden To live in these great times and The remaining portion of tho Tho nurse will soon bo recognized rod and oak leaves, abundant in Ilia havo your part school fund should be made to stim in the public mind as a public of Ballew woods, in order that the In Freedom's crowning hour, ulate local effort for payment of ficial of tho State. It is, in short, later moving divisions might not b3 That yo may tell your sons who soo teachers. As a Stale, wo aro very a profession for tho college woman, bo Intimidated by the sight of so the light liberal with our schools, there boing and thereforo wo appeal lo college many graves; as someone remarked, High in tho Heavens thoir hcrit-ag- o Iho golden rod symbolizing tho but few stales doing more than wo students. to tako, do, but we most pitifully fail in local flower of American manhood and T saw tho powers of Darkness put support. During tho school year of THE NEW SALUTE tho oak leaves tho strength. At an to flight, Twenty nurses will ho tho live re 1910-1- 7 In last Sunday night's chapel, other placo wo buried thrco aviators there was paid to elementary I saw tho Morning break." sponse of tho Red Cross Nursing teachers in rural and graded schools Doctor Raymond, tho Colonel of tho and Just as tho rude boxc3 wero Department to a request for n larger from tho State fund, $3,147,512.79, King's Regiment, gave tho members lowered into tho gravo toward Wo helped in tho hospital till staff to help out tho H nurses now and from county funds, $1C0,377.C0, of that organization a salute by evening a friendly piano flew over on dutv in the Holy Land. In other words, local communities which any ono of them can show not moro than forty feel in tho air midnight and then tried lo sleep, but could not, for tho awful din of paid five cents out of each dollar that ho is a Christian soldier. and dropped hugo bunches of white guns Even though it took four months expended for the teaching of their Tho meeting was especially for chrysanthemums in the open gravo, our barrage realizing that our in that awful tumult wero reaping a Red Cross searcher on tho othor Is it slrango that our tho King's Regiment. The Colonel In this occasion, Rody sang, "Abldn children. equal carnage and death in the side managed to locate ono woundod pcoplo should look upon tho school stated that since tho (K.R.) buttons With Mo." attempt to sleep Yank whoso family woro worrying fund as a freo gift and uso it with had not been received a sign of rec Wo had some thrilling oxperl enemy's lines. My too littlo senso of responsibility? ognition was needed. ences which of courso I did not writo that night will forever remain an about him. As ho was boing carried aboard tho transport at Liverpool, by in full to Mrs. Taylor, but havo since awful memory. As to tho method of apportion Tho saluto is performed Wo also saw much that was ludi tho searcher ran up and grootod ment which will stimulate local ef pulling up Iho right hand with tho tho armistice. Our trip to Verdun fort to tho best advantage, wo have flvo fingers squaro to tho front. was most exciting. This is an anci crous. Almost nil tho boys had him by namo. at loast a partial precedent in recent Kach linger stands for something. ent, walled oily, formerly tho homo GUN THAT FIRED LAST SHOT IN THE WAR legislation In ono of our Southern If you want to know what ask one of thirty-fiv- o thousand happy folk states. Since 1915 Alabama has paid of tho soldiers. and contained tho great citadel from tho stato fund $1,000 to each which tho Germans havo tried to county levying ono mill of local BEREA LOSES TO TRANSYLVANIA (ako during tho past four years AND GEORGETOWN tax' for payment of teachers; $2,000 Today, not a soul lives in tho city, l, for and $5,000 for a three-mi- ll Berea lost tho gamo with Transyl excepting tho five thousand Amori lovy. This places a premium vania 20 to 13; and with Georgetown can boys who hold tho citadel. Tho upon local effort, but it possesses 35 to 20, last Thursday and Friday, rest of tho city is practically level ono fundamental defect. Counties Tho Transylvania gamo was tame, ed to tho ground. Tho great citadel, aro not tho samo size. In Kentucky but tho GcorKetown Kamo was a howover, has proven impregnable, thoy vary from Piko with moro than lorror. being located as it is eighty feel 800 squaro miles, to Robertson with In spito of tho mighty offensive under ground. It has a lino stream littlo more than 100 square miles. of the B. C. V., Berea lost In the tor of water running through, has ac As a means of utilizing tho Alabama rifle battlo with Georgetown last commodations for soven thousand method, but correcting tho defect Monday. men, has a bakery which puts out mentioned, tho following schemo Is In tho first half Georgetown scored flvo thousand loaves of bread daily proposed: 20; Berea, 8. Thoro was a remark and has two years' supplies of ama munitions, etc., on hand. remaining Tho money Tho railafter able "speed up" In tho second, tho apportionments described abovo pulling down 12 to tho enemy's head where tho supplies aro landed Imvo been made should bo ap2, making tho final scoro 38 to 20. has been tho chief point of attack portioned upon a Our boys at the front wero cheer by the Huns and they havo daily basis in tho following manner: ed on by such yells as tho "Loco- shelled it during these four years Tho lax lovy In mills for pay- motive," and tho homofolks Tho French held tho post hero for ment of teachers in each county with them by sacrificing moro than thrco years, taking as In tho stato should bo multiplied much good noiso. But all tho Rah I tholr motto: "lis no passeront posl" by Iho flguro most nearly repre- Rah I propaganda could not daunt (They shall not pass). Thoy have senting tho area of tho county in tho unspeakablo adversaries, and a rudo tncatro, or unucrgrouim oven hundreds of squaro miles, Tho tho victory was for them. cavern wbero wo held our meetings, sum of theso products for tho variTho B. C. V. showed Ihcmsolvo (ho samo accommodating about six ttiut, It U clulmud, IlrtU the lust sunt of (he world wur. It Thin Is tlio ous counties of tho stato would then leflcfenl in goal pitching, and team hundred. Hero Rody and I spoke Is an Ainerlcuu kui) heavy fluid piece, nnd the boys who bundled It named It bo divided into tho sum to bo so work. Como on, B. C. V. "Speed and sang and played for three hours, "Culamlty Jane." apportioned, and each county would upl" tho boys being marched In by bat per pupil regardless of attendance or finality of instruction received, nnd there is no premium placed one-teac- recoivo as many such equal parts of tho fund as was represented by its tax-arproduct. For example, if a county with an area of 379 squar mjlos-levie- d a tax of three mills, its tax-arproduct would ho 3 times I, equals 12, and It would recoivo 12 units of tho fund thus apportioned, The writer, in order lo demonstrate tho working of this plan, has as signed in each county a tax rato such as, in his Judgment, would be demanded lo furnish n fair school fund, and found the product in each case. With these assumed lax lovici the sum of the products for tho 120 counties was 1001. This number di vided into $1,170,280.52 gives $1,105, 53 as tho unit of distribution on this basis. Tho county referred lo above, wllh an area of 379 squaro miles and a tax lovy of 3 mills, would obtain from this apportionment 12 times $1,10553, or $13,2000, while a county with an area of 230 squaro miles and Iho samo tax levy, would only ro ceive half as much. (Continued next week.) ea ea Helping Iho returned soldier la readjust himself to his civilian work and hi community llfo Is one of Hie most important feature ever undertaken by tho Slate Y. M. Tho work is iv C. A. of Kentucky. part of n broad plan adopted nnd Inrgely llnanred by tho National War Work Council of tho National Y. M. C A. of which Dr. John ll. Mott of New York Is General Secretary. A school lo bo attended by one representative from overy county in Kentucky and delegates from ninny local churches, Y. M. C. A.'s and other citizens will bo hold nl Camp Znchnry Taylor, Louisville, February 17 to 21. In order (o soo army life as it is nnd gel in close lonrh with the soldiers, Iho delegates will live in barracks nnd will enl at an nrmy mess served by the Cooks' mid linkers' School of tho Cnmp. Tim fnrulty of Ibis Stale Training SWiool will consist of the following: Dr. 15. Y. Mulliiis. President of tho ' st, ur Southern Haptlsl Theological Seminary and mi nclive Y. M. fi. A. nrmy ecreln,Ty; Dr. Diinbnr II. Ogdon. pastor of tho Seoond Presbyterian Church of Louisville nnd noted for his activities among (ho soldiers; Hon. II. V. MrChosnoy of Frank-Tor- t, of Hie Army Y. M. C. A.; O. Clark of Herea College. Herca; L. A Cover, camp musical director nt Cnmp Taylor; V. K. Tharp, camp physical director nl Cnmp Taylor; L. J. Darter of the overseas staff of the Army Y. M. C. A.; P. C Dix, Stato Secretary of Kentucky and head of the Army Y. M. C. A. work at Camp Taylor; C. A. Tevebaugh, Associate Slate Secretary of tho Y. M. C. A.; W. I. McNalr. General Secretary of tho Louisvillo Y. M. C. A.; and others. The first session of the school will be held Monday morning, February 17, at 10:00 o'clock and tho school will oloso Friday afternoon, Febru-nr- y 21. at 1:00 o'clock. In addition to one representative from each county there will bo a delegate from every town or cily of 800 population or more. Tho course of training will consist of nn hour of Biblo study eaoh day, recreation, outdoor nnd indoor games, community play, dramatics, community singings, groups for discussion or problems applying to rural districts. small towns, cities, eto, an hour of general conference each dny lo discuss questions brought up nnd three addresses a day on such subjects as 'The Religious Life of tho Now Day," 'The Messago of Christianity for Social and Economical Reconstruction," "Tho Returning Soldier and His Relation to tho Life or lha Community," nnd kindred topics. SOUTHERN EDUCATORS ON THE NEGRO two-mil- The Southern Education Society, m its annual session at Gainesville, Fla, drew educators from every Southern stato. Tho Society requested tho new president, Doctor McConnell, of Itho Virginia State Normal for Women, to appoint committees for a carerul study or tho South's most Important educational problems. Ono or theso committees is to study Negro education, and report its recommendations at tho meeting next year. G. W. Tedder, of Madison, Fin., tho retiring president, in his annual address spoko of tho patriotism of tho Negroes, ns shown by soldiers and civilians nliko, and also boro wltno lo tho fact (hat tho schools for colored children aro not what thoy should he. "Tho schools," ho said, "should bo so reconstructed as to dovolop whatever Intent powers tho Negro has. I boliovo his salvation lies in an In dustrial education which will onublo him to earn nn honest living, nnd thus lit him ror his proper plnco In the development or the nation." LOUISIANA BREAKS THE RECORD 15,000 Lako Charlos, La., n olty or Bo-rc- ard ror the slato in providing tor the education or its colored population. It has voted a bond issuo or $200,000, $150,000 or which is lo bo spent in building and equipping threo brick schools tor Ncgroos. The vole was six to ono in favor or the issue, anil tho property majority was ovon larger. Amplo playgrounds aro provided; and Superintendent Ycagcr is plannIng4o Introduce Industrial training as woll. Shrovcport, Baton Rougo and Alexandria havo already put up substantial brick buildings for colored schools; and theso, as woll as lhovvolo nt Lako Charles, aro significant of tho growing holler In tho slato nt largo or Iho moral and economic importance or good schools tor tho Negro population. inhabitants has just set a new stand- February 13, 1010. Pago Three UncloTeabody". It touched my henrt nnd I lay listening for a time, but heard only the loud whisper of tho popplo lenves. was a growing country near the'great wntcr highway of the 8t. Lnwrrncc, Prosperous towns wero building up In It. There wero going to be grent cities In Northern Now York. Thcro wero rich stores of lend nnd Iron In the rocks. Mr. Hnrnes hnd bought two hundred acres nt ten dollars nn ncrc. He hnd to pny n fee of live per cent, to Orlmshnw's lawyer for tho survey nnd tho papers. This left him owing fourteen hundred dollars on his farm much more than It was worth. Our cousin twisted tho poker In his great hnnds until It squenked as he stood beforo my undo nnd snld: "My wife nnd I hnvo chopped and burnt nnd "pried and hauled rocks nn' shoveled dung rtn' milked nn churned until we nre worn out. For nlmost twenty yenrs we've been workln' dnys nn' nights nn' Sundnys. My mortgnge wns over-duI owed six hundred on It. I thought It nil over one dny nn' went up to Orlmshnw's an took him by the back of the neck nnd shook him. He snld he would drive me out o' tlm country. Ho gave me six months to pay up. I hnd to pny or lose the Innd. I got tho money on the note thnt you signed Nobody In Canover In Potsdnm. ton would V dared to lend It to me." "Why?" my uncle nsked. "'Frald o' Orlmshaw. ne didn't wnnt me to be able to pay It. Tho place Is worth more than six hundred dollars now that's the reason. I Intended to cut some timber an' haul It to tho village this winter so I could pny n part o' the note an' git more tlmo ns I told ye, but the ronds havo been so bad I couldn't do any haul-In'dol-In- rs ." THE LIGHT IN THE CLEARING-- ' A TALE OF THE NORTH COUNTRY IN THE TIME OF SILAS WRIGHT RETROSPECT Mournful Man All THAT IS VAIN That Hit Come to Realize Thlnat That Are to Be, Will Be. Vinton's Liberty Loan Boat Will Have Girl Sponsor .CHAPTER V. Somo strangers enmo nlong tho road thoso days hnntors, peddlers nnd tho llko and their coming filled mo with n Joy which mostly went nway with them, I regret to say. Nono of these, however, appealed to my Imagination as did old Kate. Uut thcro was ono stranger greater than sho grent'er Indeed, than any other who camo Into Itnttlcrond. Ho came rarely nnd would not bo long detained. How curiously we looked at him, knowing his fame and power I This great stranger wns Money. I shnll never forget tho day that my uncle showed me n dollar bill nnd a little shiny, gold coin nnd three pieces of silver, nor can I forget how carefully ho wntched them while they lay In my hnnds nnd presently put them back Into his wnllct That was long beforo the tlmo of which I nm writing. I remember hearing him say, ono day of that year, when I asked htm to tako us to the Caravan of Wild Boosts which was coming to "I sometimes think as I watch the efficient workings of a cream separaman, tor," snld the "how much happier my life might hnvc been could I but hnvc hnd when I wns first mnrrled a separator, operated somcwhnt on the same principle, Into which my wife's rclntlvcs could have been thrust, the crnnk turned nnd by centrifugal or centripetal force I enn never remember which Is which the two kinds divided, like the sheep and the goats of Holy Writ. "Out of one ipout would have come the undesirable ones those who controverted my cherished thcorlos, disagreed with me on vnrlous 'Subjects, and Jeered at my lack of fnculty, the while they borrowed money from me nnd paid not ngnln, and wore, their sex permitting, such of my Sunday gnrments as fitted them. And from the other spout would have emerged the good ones those who tried to pay their way by being sympathetic and tnctful, who were diplomatic enough to agree with me when It did not make nny particular difference, and occasionally lent me money and were not forever dogging me to get It bnck. Hut, of course, nothing of the kind was Man then or ever will be Invented. was mnde to mourn and his wife's kin were made to see thnt he does mourn." Kansas City Star. d The Great 8tranger IRVING IttN dachellefC Authosc IVWO tUl saaaaaaaf ' HliBaP HOIMM. MM AND I. DACtll Of THE mtm up vith uzzie. etc etc aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaVflliv i 8YNOP8I8. Darnes, orphan, Jlaynra, and hie Aunt Deel on a farm on Jlatlleroad In a neighborhood called about the year IM. Ilarton meets Bally Dunkelberg, about hla own nge, but aoelally of a rlaaa abovo tha Ilayneaea, and la fascinated by the pretty face and fine clothes. U taken to live with Ma uncle, I'eabody IJck-UT'Pl- therefore the humbler position which I now occupy." CHAPTnn "That's his way," said Uncle Pea body. "They had hard work to con; vlnce htm that ho knew enougn to do Surrogate." "Big men Raid "CHAITnil meeta Bavins Kate, known In the neighborhood aa the Silent Woman." Amoa urlmshaw, young on of the rlcheat man In the township, la a visitor at the Ilaynra home, and Jlovlng Kata telle the fortunea of the two boys, predicting a bright future for liar, ton and death on the Kallowa for Amoa. lleprored for an act of boylih mischief Ilarton runs nway. Intending to make till home with the Dunkrlberga. Ila reaches the village of Canton and falls Into a aleep of exhaustion on a porch. There he la found by fillaa Wright, Jr., promU pent man In publlo affairs, who, knowing reabody llsyn-- s. takes Ilarton homo after buying him new clothes. rton glnnco at mo. Tho candles had burned low and I was watching tho shroud of ono of them when there camo n rap at tho door. It was unusunl for any ono to come to our door In tho evening and y wo wero a bit HttTtlcd. Undo opened It and old Kato entered without speaking and nodded to my nunt and undo and sat down by the lira Vividly I remembered tho day OX tho fortune-tellinThe same gen- Pea-bod- hare llttlo conceit ayes 1" Aunt Deel with a significant Margaret Fischer. very big girl, Margaret. when she stands up alongside of a great ocean boat sho will not look nny bigger. But she Is gobig (o christen a boat Just the sains. Vinton County, Ohio, has chosen her Margaret Fischer of Zaleskl, Ohio. to be sponsor for the boat which that county won the right to name. Vinton County won the distinction In tho last Liberty Loan campaign when it was the first county In the Cincinnati area to attain Its quota In Liberty Bond sales. The county's quota was $120,500. and It had subscribed that amount at tho end of tho first day of the drive. Its final tie smile lighted her fnco tin sho looKeu ni me. ane iicm up ncr iinnu with four fingers spread above It. "Ayes," said Aunt Deel, "there are four perils." CHAPTER IV. My aunt rose and went Into the liut'ry while I snt staring at the (ln the Light of the Candles. Her hnlr was Ono tiny the stago, on Its war to ragged old woman. Ballyboen, enmo to our house and white now and partly covered by a left n box nnd a letter from Mr. Wright, addressed to my uncle, which l and hla uncle aunt visit Canton and hear Hllaa Wright read a aennoo. CTTAr-TEfin-Tla- rton I U1 read: "Dcnr Sir I send herewith n box of books nnd mngnzlncs In tho hope that you or Miss Itnynos will read them nloud to my llttlo partner and In doing ho get some enjoyment and profit for yourselves. "Yours respectfully, "3. WKiailT, JIL "P. S. When tho contents of tho box have duly risen Into your minds will you kindly see that It does a llko service to your neighbors In School District No. 7T 8. W. Jr." "I guess Hart has inn do a friend o' this great man surtln ayes I" snld Aunt Deel. "I wonder who'll bo tho next one?" The work of tho day ended, tho candles wero grouped near tho etlgo of tho table nnd my aunt'H armchair was placed bcsldo them. Then I snt on Undo IVnttody's lap by tho fire or, as tlmo went on, In my small chair beside htm, while Aunt Deel adjusted her spectacles nnd began to read. I remember vividly tho tvenlng wo took out tho books und tenderly felt their covers nnd read their titles. There wero "Crulkshanks Comic Alma nac" nnd "Hood's Comic Annual"; tnles by Washington Irving nnd James K. Paulding and Nathaniel Ilawthorno and Miss Mltford nnd Miss Austin; tho poems of John Milton nnd Felicia Hctnnns. Of the treasures In tho box I huvo now In my possession: A Ufa of Washington, "Tho Llfo nnd Writings of Doctor Duckworth," "Tho Stolen Child," by "John Gait. Ksq."; "Uoalno Laval," by "Mr. Smith"; Sermons and KssnyH by William Kllcry Cbuunlpg. Wo found In tho box also, thirty numbers of tho "United States Mngazlno nnd Democratic Kcvlew" nnd sundry copies of tho "New York Mirror." Aunt Deel begnn with "The Stolen Child." Sho rend slowly nnd often paused for comment or explanation or lnughter or to touch tho corner of an eye with a corner of her handkerchief In moments when wo wero nil deeply moved by tho misfortunes of our favorltu characters, which wero ncutu nnd numerous. In thoso magazines wo read of tho Brent West "tho poor mini's paradise" "tho 8tonelc8s land of plenty"; of Its delightful climate, of tho enso with which tho funncr prospered on Its rich noil. Undo 1'eubody spoko plnyfully of going West, after that, but Aunt Deel tundo no nnswer nnd conceuled her opinion on that subject for n long time. As for myself, tho reading hud deepened my Interest In the eust and west and north and south und la tho skies nbovo them. How mysterious und Inviting they had becomo I Ono evening a neighbor had brought tho Itepubllcnn from tho opened It and read aloud these words In Inrgu typo at tho top of tho pugo: "Situs Wright Elected to tho U. 8. Senate," y "Well I want to know I" Uuclo exclaimed. "That would innko mo forglt It If I was golu' to bo hung. Co on and read what It says." I read tho choosing of our friend for tho seat rondo vacant by tho resignation of William L. Marcy, who had been ducted governor, and tho part which most Impressed us wero theso words from a letter of Mr. Wright to AzartHh Flngg of Albany, written when tho former was asked to accept tho placo: "I am too young and too poor for such an elovatlon. I have not had tho experience In that great theuter of politics to qualify mo for a placo eo 1 prefer; exulted and rmuoaalbltf. post-officePea-bod- Uncle Peabody Opened It and Old Kate Entered Without Speaking. worn nnd faded bonnet. Forbidding ns she was I did not miss the sweetness In her smllo nnd her bluo eyes when she looked at me. Aunt Deel rnino with a pinto of doughnuts nnd bread and butter nnd head chceso nnd Mid In n voice full of pity: "Poor ol' Kate ayes I Here's some-thlt- i' for ye ayesl" Sho turned to my uncle nnd wild: "IVnbody Ilnynes, wlmt'll wo do I'd llko to know nyest Sho can't rove all night." "I'll git some blankets nn' mnko n bed for her, good 'nough for anybody, out In tho hired man's room over tho shed," snld my unclcj. He brought the lantern a llttlo ' tower of perforated tin and put a lighted candle Inside of It. Then he beckoned to tho stronger, who followed him out of tho front door with tho plato of food In her hnnds, "Well I declnrol It's n long time since sho went up this road ayes I" snld Aunt Deel, yawning as sho resumed her chair. "Who Is ol' Kate?" I naked. "Oh, Just it poor ol' crazy woman wnnders all 'round iyes I" "What mndo her cruzyT "Oh, I guess somebody misused nnd deceived her when sho was young nyest It's nn awful wicked thing to do. Come, Hart go right up to bed now. It's high tlmo uyesl" "I wnnt to wait 'til Undo Peabody conies buck," said L "Why?" "I I'm a f raid eho'll do eomethln to him." "Nonscnso I Ol' Kn,to Is Just us harmless as a kitten. You tuko your can-dl- o and go right np to bed this minute uyes I" I went with tho candle aud undressed very slowly and thoughtfully while I listened for tho footsteps of my uncle. I did not get Into bed until I heard him come In and blow out his lantern and start up tho stulrway. Ah ho undressed ho told life how for many years tho strunge woman hud been raving In tho roads "up hill and down dalo, thousands an' thousands o miles," and ni'ver reaching tho end of her Journey. In a moment wo heurd a low wull above tho sounds of tho breeze that shook tho leaves of tho old "popplo" treo above our roof, "What's thut?" I whispered. "I. gw-sifs ol' Koto ravin'." said s My uncle went and took a drink at "Sold two sheep to Flnvlus Curtis tho water pall. I snw by his fnce and took his note for $0, pnynble In that he wns unusually wrought up. boots on or before Mnrch tho first." "My heavens nn' earth I" he exOnly ono entry In more than a claimed ns he sat down again. hundred mention money, nnd this wns "It's the brain colic," I said to tho sum of eleven cents received In myself as I looked at him. balance from a neighbor. Mr. Harnes seemed to have It also. So It will bo seen Hint n spirit of "Too much note," I whispered. mutual accommodation served to "I'm awful sorry, but I've done help us over tho rough going. Mr. everything I could," said Mr. Harnes. GrJmshnw, however, demanded his "Ain't there somebody that'll tako pay In cash and tliuf I find was mainanother mortgnge? It ought to be ly the habit of tho money-lendersafe now," my uncle suggested. We were poor but our poverty wns "Money Is so tight It can't bo done. not like that of these days In which The bank has got all the money an' I am writing. It was proud and Grlmshaw owns the bank. I've tried cleanly and well-feOur fathers nnd tried, but I'll make you safe. I'll had seen heroic service In the wars give you a mortgage until I cun turn und we knew It. 'round." I was twelve yenrs old when I beSo I saw how Itodney Harnes, like gan to bo the reader for our little other settlers In Llckltyspllt, hnd gono family. Aunt Deel had long comInto bondage to the landlord. plained that she couldn't keep up with "How much do you owe on this her knitting nnd rend so much. We place?" Harnes asked. had not seen Mr. Wright for nearly "Seven hundred an' fifty dollars," two yenrs, but he had sent us the eald my uncle. novels of Sir Walter Scott nnd I hnd "Is It due?" led them heart deep Into the creed "It's been duo a year an' If I have Old Mortality. battles of to pay that note I'll be short, my InThen came tho evil days of 1837, terest." when the story of our lives began to "God o' Israeli I'm scalrt," said quicken Its pace and excite our InterUncle Peabody. est In Its coming chnpters. It gave Down crashed the stick of wood us enough to think of, God knows. Into the box. Wild speculations In land nnd the "What about?" system hnd Amnrlcnn pnper-mone"It would be like him to put the brought us Into rough going. The screws, on you now. You've got bebnnks of the city of New York had tween him nn' his prey. You've tnken suspended pnyment of their notes. the mouse away from the cat." 1 remember the little panic that They could no longer meet their engagements. As usual, tho burden fell fell on us then. I could seo tears henvlest on the poor. It wns hnrd to In the eyes of Aunt Deel ns she sat get money even for black salts. with her head leaning wearily on her Uncle Peabody hnd been silent nnd band. "If he does I'll do all I enn," snld depressed for a month or more. He hnd signed n note for Itodney Hnrnes, Hnrnes, "whatever I've got will be n cousin, long beforo nnd was nfrntd yours." Itodney Harnes left us, nnd I reHint ho would have to pay It. I didn't member how Undo Peabody stood In know whnt n note wns nnd I remember thnt ono night, when I lay think- the middle of the floor und whistled ing about It, I decided thnt It must the merriest tune bo knew. "Stand right up here," he cnlled In bo something In the nnture of horse colic. My uncle told mo that a note his most cheerful tone. "Stand right was a trouble which nttneked the up here before me, both o' ye." I got Aunt Deel by the hnnd and brnln Instead of the stomach. Ono nutumn day In Canton Undo led her toward my uncle. We stood Penlwdy traded three sheep nnd twenty bushels of whent for a cook stove vsmu. and brought It home In tho big wagon, itodney Hnrnes enmc with him to help set up the stove. Ho wns a big glnnt of n man with tho longest nose In tho township. I havo often wondered how nny one would solvo tho problem of klslng Mr. Hnrnes In tho Immcdlnto region of his nose, tho same bolng In tho nnture of n defense. Thnt evening I wns chiefly Interested In tho stove. Whnt n Joy It was to mo with Its damper and griddles nnd high oven nnd tho shiny edge on Its hearth I It rlvnled, In Its novelty und chnrrn, nny tin peddler's curt that ever enmo to our door. John Axtell und his wife, who hnd seen It puss their house, hurried over for a look nt It. Every hand was on tho stovo ns wo tenderly carried It Into tho house, pleco by piece, and set It up. Then they cut a hole In tho upper floor nnd tho stono chimney and How keenly wo lltted tho pipe. watched tho building of tho lire. How quickly It ronred nnd begnn to hent tho room I When the Axtclls hnd gono nway Aunt Deel said: "It's grand I It Is snrtln but I'm 'frald wo can't nfford It ayes I be I" "One, Two, Three, Ready Sing." "Wo enn't ufford to freeze nny longer. I mudo up my mind that wo facing him. "Stand stralghter," he "Now, altogether. Ono, couldn't go through another winter demanded. ns wo have," was my uncle's answer. two, three, ready sing." "How much did It cost?" sho asked. He beat tlmo with his hand In imi"Not much dlffer'nt from thirty- - tation of tho singing master at tho four dollars In sheep aud grain," ho schoolhouso and wo Joined him In singing an old tune which began : "Ob, answered. Itodney Harnes .stayed to supper keep my heart from Badness, God." nnd spout a part of the evening with This Irresistible spirit of tho man bridged u bnd hour nnd got us off us. Llko other settlers Mr. to bed In fairly good condition. there, Harnes was a cheerful optimist. Every(Continued next week.) thing looked good to him until It Tho Heil Cross Durcau of turned out badly. is now bundling moro Ho told how ho hud heard that It y the vlllnge: "I'm sorry, but It's been a hundred Sundays since I had n dollar In my wallet for more than ten minutes." I havo his old nccount book for tho yenrs of 1837 nnd 1838. Hero are somo of tho entries: "Ilnlnnced accounts with J. Dorothy and gnve him my note for $2.15 to be pnld In snlts Jnnuary 1, 1838. Sold ten bushels of wheat to B. Miner at 00 cents, to be paid In goods. NOT a SEEKING USES FOR LIGNITES Federal Bureau of Mlnei Will Make Investigation of What May Be New Fuel Supply. The bureau of mines will make an Investigation to1 determine the commercial and economical vntue of lignites and the. practicability of their utilization In production of fuel oil, gasoline substitutes, ammonia, tar, solid fuel, gas for power nnd other purposes, under the terms' of a senate bill which the house of representatives adopted. An subscriptions totaled $158,850. The boat is being built In one of the big government ship yards and probably will be ready for the launching In Spring. was voted. It was argued that the object of the Investigation is to demonstrate the commercial value of lignite, which Is of the coal deone-thir- d appropriation of $100,-00- 0 UNCLE SAM HAS BIG APPETITE NOW FOR posits of the nation. A vast volume of the deposits is on government land and Texas has apSAFE INVESTMENTS proximately 23,000,000,000 tons. The official report says there Is bituminous coal In Texas, but not sufficient to sup- BETWEEN TWENTY AND TWENTY-ply the railroads, and In urging the FIVE MILLION BOND BUYpassage of the bill Representative ERS TAKE ELEVEN BILWlngo of Arkansas told the house that LION IN YEAR. proper development of lignite in Texas with Its full uses demonstrated would save an annual fuel bill to the people Pessimists who Bhako their heads of that state of $15,000,000. Houston and Join the chorus of "I dunno" boys Post- at the prospect of floating a Fifth Liberty Loan in April are given food for thought in some figures which have Found Platinum Beds. Dr. Herschel C Parker of Columbia recently been compiled by officials of university, while on an exploring ex- the Treasury Department at Washpedition to Alaska last summer, dis- ington. The figures give us some Idea of covered extensive platinum beds In the Susltana and Yentna valleys In Just how big an appetite for safe Inthe Cook Inlet country. He brought vestment this country has attained In V out a lnrge number of ore samples on Its Some of the more striking of the his return to the States, and is now engaged in exhaustive tests of the figures referred to follow: A bond market which had less metal. He expects to establish a plant for handling the ore when he goes than 300,000 customers two years ago had at the close of 1918 bebnck to Alaska next spring. tween 20,000,000 and 25,000,000 "The Alaska platinum ore is low buyers. grade," said Doctor Parker, "but It Is The army of buyers absorbed there In abundance. It will have to be $11,165,565,850 worth of bonds In handled In large quantities and under Liberty Bonds alone In 1918. scientific methods of economy to make nting In the two years of the It pay. The question of Its commercial the first and second Libvalue Is simply one of engineering. erty Loans which were floated in With the end of the war and the con1917 these bond buyers digested sequent wide use of platinum for Jewa total of $16,974,329,850 Liberty elry, I believe the Alaska beds will Bonds. prove a valuable source of world supA further development which has ply." tho optimistic turn is the market which bond dealers find right now for Mystery Port. sort of bonds municipal, A mystery port on the cast const of every England was one of the wonders of school, Industrial, etc. Bond dealers the war. Its name Is now revealed as are selling out all legitimate offerings Illchborough, near Sandwich. Here with such celerity that they are conthere is n wide stretch of marshland tinually seeking about tho country tor surrounding the mouth of the Itlver now issues to market. This healthy condition of tho bond Stour, anU upon this has been built a town covering considerably over two market Is explained, perhaps, by tho thousand acres. From this place one fact that the entire indebtedness of and a quarter tons of stores have been the United States today amounts to sent to the western front alone. This slightly less than 7 per cent of tho great new port Is Just outside Sand- estimated national wealth. Tho na; wich, one of the old Cinque ports fa- tional debt amounts to only about mous in the days of Queen Elizabeth. $170 per capita, Somo of the national debts are: The ancient town, where a few years ago the grass was growing In the Great Britain, 44.3 per cent of nationstreets has taken on a new lease of al wealth or $300 per capita; France, 41.25 per cent of national wealth or life. $290.30 per capita; Austria, 84. CO per cent of national wealth or $242.90 per Sniper Was Busy. Germany, 38,7 per cent of Private Lewis made down his bed capita; and $305.90 per capita, In the corner of a building that was national wealth or Theso figures on Germany are excluJust In tho edge of what would have sive, of the ninth war loan, accurate been No Man's Land had the armistice returns of which never wero had, and not Intervened. In the cases of both Austria and Ger"I sure dldnt think I'd ever sleep many no account is taken of any inhere," he said to a comrade. which thoso nations may "Why, I was popping away at n demnities havo to pay. hole In the corner sniper from that Japan Is tho only big nation which Just a couple of days ago. Gee, but It has a lower per capita debt in relation seems queer I" to its wealth than the United States. "And what was the sniper doing to you?" some one Inquired from the other corner. Liberty Loan Levity Well," said Lewis, "ho was sure raisin' with my life Insurance." war-yeawar-cou- Miles of Cents. than 1)0,000 letters every week. Nearly two miles of cents raised among the ofllce force of Thomas 1'J. Hush, surveyor of Uie port of New 35 York, were given to the Salvation -TTr Army as the Surveyors' Customs Welfare association's contribution toward A youth from a town near New happy holidays for the poor. A mile of Haven cents wns the gonl set for the collec- Allotted ho'd not always be Blavln. tions, about $820 being an estimate for "I'll work while I'm fit," a sum of $1,000 tat amount, but box containing was 8ald tho youth, "Then I'll quit collected. the For I buy bonds with cash that I'm The flood of cupper required ten men to Bavin'."' AW iii Uftit- - Pago Four TUB CITIZEN WOUNDED BEREA SOLDIER SPEAKS Corp. Hen W. McGuire, for four years a llerea student, who fought WITH THE CHURCHES February 1.1, loitf. Berea College Hospital Sun-parloh, and was wounded at Chateau-Thierr- y, Best Equipment and Service at Lowest Cost. led Foundation chapel Wednes- at It a.m. Wards for Men and for Women, Tho Christian Endeavor is going day. Private Rooms, Baths, Electric Service. over the top these days under the Corporal .McGuire spent 13 month i in France. He gave some very vivid leadership of Creed Fryo and his in perfecting our Eye, Nose and' Ear Surgery, Care in Child-birtTho house was packed During sketches of nation's the hig German drive that hroko Sunday night even Jo the gallerj GENERAL PRACTICE went Tho Expert Endeavor Clas under at Chateau-Thierr- y down he by Mr. Christopher is alive and full of Sii days without a chango of clothCome in and visit an establishment, which is a friend in accarrying ing and wjth very llltio to eat. interest. Professor Dizncy led Mr. Burg093' need, and in readh of all the people. Then when a trip back to a rest count with a eamp was expected, orders camo to Bible Class Willi marked interest Mr which is a memgo to another sector. Here he was nnd acceptability on Sunday Robert II. Cowley, M. D., Physician wounded by u machine gun while Burgess is Improving in health Dudley, M. D., Physician Harlan ber of the Federal The Woman's Industrial is now nt Mrs. Anna Powell Hackett, R. N., Superintendent making for the Hun trenches. work to the Joy of its members who Reserve System. "It was a great sight," said CorMrs. Helen Stearn Sh'arpe, R. N., Assistant poral McGuire, "(o see tho soldiers have missed its meetings. The tho directors aro Mrs. B. H. Roberts, men of all nationalities, guns, the equipment moving on Mrs. Cowley, and Miss Burgess. The new liynm books are appro unceasingly to stop the invaders." Corporal .McGuire was picked tip elated by choir and congregation Professor Lewis is making the olT the hattlelleld by an old friend Sunday-scho- ol a place of Interest and was for several months in tho NEWS OF BEREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM A hospital, under the splendid care of VARIETY OF SOURCES First Baptist Church the lied Cross, ami then was sent Sunday-scho- ol at 9:45 a.m. back to the United Slates. He had a Preaching service at II a.m. good word for the Y. M. C. A, prnis Prayer meeting Thursday owning Shuford, a College student iii(j tho "Y" men very heartily. Ho said, in conclusion, that tho at 7:30. ,of asl yL,arf i,as rccenliy i,a,i i.s The B. Y. P. U. servico at 0:15. 'discharge from the U. S. navy ami men of clear Christian character Scienlino horso shoeing, fine iron Wo extend , hearty wolcomo to "lough stood well in battle, but the ck In Berea in whoo . work and repairs of all descriptions is Shop,! Miss Ina C.abhard spent the week guys" would break down in the all to unito with us in these servat tho Collcgo Blacksmith ices. awful hour. with friends at lci House. Main Street, north of The Citizen XFEDERAL RESERVE a,j4' James L. Reynolds, a Berea stu- 0fflco Christian Church 01 uio years nas neon uem BAPTIST PASTOR RESIGNS Tho services last Sunday wero of Whereas, our pastor, tho Ilev. K. H. ingniCrC"rn,nlf,dU,r,n81 lh We Sell hats and sell them right. Pasl English, tendered his resignation on especial interest and three new r t h farming in Illinois sinco leaving Sunday, February 2, 1919, to tako members were added to the church fellow.sliip. Tho congregation is cd'home on account of tho sickness hF nnd haa succeeded in estab- -l ciTcct on the last Sunday in March looking forward with interest to tho usiiuig Buuiu uuviuuiu recorus la next; of one of the home folks. evangelistic meetings to begin Feb this lino. Uo grow 02 bushels of Resolved, that wo accept his res .Miss Etta Moore, is visiting home qorn to tho acre, 52 of wheat, and ignation, to tako effect as specified; ruary 21. Further announcements Professor Clark is in Chicago at next week. The ser C3 of oats on his farm within tho That in doing so wo express our will bo mado tending the Y. M. C. A. educational vices next Sunday will be nt tho last two or three years. Ho has very high appreciation of tho scr conference. recently moved to McAlesler, Okla, vico ho has rendered in leading the usual hours. Bible school at 0:45, Miss Edith Harwood and Miss followed by preaching services at Kathyrine visited Richmond. Satur whero he will make his futuro homo. church into a harmonious spiritual 11:00 o'clock. All aro wcclome. During all tho years of his absence lifo and a larger experience in giv day. lino of from Berea ho has only been with ing for tho Master's work, and in Wo have an Y. W. C. A. Spring Coats, Suits and Capes in ad out Tho Citizen for two years, and building tho beautiful house in Miss Tommyc Russell led tho as an evidence that ho was sorry which we worship; that wo also ex the new colors. Eva Walden. Y. W. C. A. in Ladies Hall Sunday Jcsso Taylor camo homo from tho for his oversight in not renewing press our appreciation of the un evening. The topic was, "Tho Bo sooner, ho subscribed for Tho Cit tiring servico of Mrs. English in all Lakes for a few days last week to was two hours after arriv branches of Christian work; that we loved Captain." Tho meeting seo his brother, W. B. Taylor, who izen within full of spirit and helpfulness. ing in Berea, .Monday. hold them both in high esteem and has just received his dischargo from Miss Bertha Pull was tho leader The Jackson Street Leaguo will nffection; deeply regret tho sunder SatCamp I'olk, N. C. Ho returned in Kentucky Hall. urday, accompanied by his brother, hold its next meeting at the homo ing of the ties of friendly intercourse of Professor and Mrs. Dodge, on and Christian fellowship that hac Burt, as far as Chicago. Burt was CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR Monday next, February 17, at 7:00 grown up between us, and pray that going to Yorkvillc, 111, to his for "Tho best testimony meeting 1 p. m. Important reports aro ex the blessing of God may go with cr job as traveling salesman for peeled of C. E. from tho several standing them and make them abundantly was ever in," said a member meeting F. L. Wright Company. committees. All occupants of homes useful and happy in their new field when asked about their Dean Edwards Received a letter Sunday evening. "You had to get in on Jackson street and those owning of labor. v from Sam Foster, an old Berea stu a hurry if you got in a word." lots upon it are invited to attend. dent, who was wounded in France Miss Queen Ballard led. The subFred Turner who Jias been in BOONE TAVERN NOTES several months ago. He is still in a ject was, "I will and what will I." camp in Florida arrived in Berea , Lillia A. Moore who used to bo in hospital in France. wife, charge of tho Old Hospital is hern Almost everybody took part. COME IN AND SEE THEM Sergt. Waller Hcckman writes this week where he joined his for a visit. Her home is in Denver. Dean Edwards from Sellers, Ger RESOLUTIONS MEMORIAL FOR SALE Mr. and Mrs. Jett of Richmond many. He was one of tho 149tli The followini; resolutions wero I have three farms around Berea guests this week. are Regiment band who was sent to tho adopted by CapL James West G. A. R. for sale with corn and tobacco land, S. L. Ginter of Orleans, N. Y is Post Army of Occupation. Ho is tho only at its regular meeting on Sat not sold by March 1, will bo for visiting his daughters who aro one of the Berea boys at this place. If urday, February 8, 1919. rent for 1919. Acadrmy students here. His address is, 127th Infantry band, adp.-3Whereas, Comrade Garland Laws, 0. J. W. Herndon Richmond Kentucky The last few weeks has brought a member of Capt. James West Post 32nd Division, Army of Occupation. a marked increase in the number of for more than twenty years, was Sellers, Germany. SERGEANT HACKETT RETURNS traveling men at tho Tavern. Many You must seo those pretty Flying Sergeant Harold W. Hack of them have just been released called from this world on tho 27th dresses in latest material and ett of January, 1919, thcroforo, FARM FOR SALE Jno. F. Dean J. W. Herndon reached Berea on Tuesday night from tho army. all the new colors at Eva Walden's. Resolved, that wo placo upon our An eighty aero farm will bo sold from Kelly Aviation Field. San An DEALERS IN REAL ESTATE Mrs. J. W. Hcrndon and Mrs. Thos. records this expression of our re- to tho highest bidder, tonio, Texas. For several months J. Osborno motored over to Rich- he has been training Cadets in the BEREA BOY WINS STATE CHAM- gard for the departed, as a comrade, Berea, Kentucky Saturday, February 22, 1919 mond on Monday to attend a meeta bravo soldier, and an orderly ana at 10:00 o'clock a. m. PIONSHIP Flying School at Kelly Field. Scrgo- ing of the Booncsborough Chapter We are still selling Real Estato This farm lies ow milo west of ant Hackett will rcsumo his duties In a letter to County Agent Spence. loyal Christian citizen. of tho D. A. R. Resolved, that a copy of theso Conway, Ky, joins Henry Logcar'a in ami' around Berea; but soon it as Assistant Treasurer of Berea Col Mr. Otis Kcrcher, Stato loader of You will find the latest Spring resolutions bo furnished tho family farm. will bo impossible to get possession Boys' Clubs, writes as follows: lege. Has a new three-roomHats, in both material and color, on of tho deceased, and ono to tho Be- house, barn and crib. About four this year, as farmers aro making "Lona C. Fish is a wonder. Ho display at Eva Walden's. arrangements for tho year's work. has already had tho honor of boing rea Citizen, witli tho request that acres has been cleared. " MISS SMITH IN DETROIT Dr. J. Chester Gabbard, Dentist, tho pig and corn club champion of they bo published. Terms will bo mado known on A few more bargains In small farms Miss Anna L. Smith, President W. H. Bicknell, Commander. day of sale. now located up stairs over tho Meat and city property. Como and got the Sjato and wo now find, after W. T. DALTON, Market in tho Coylo Building. Como Frost's Secretary, is visiting Berea careful examination of tho records LoVant Dodgo, Adjutant. , Conway, Ky. ono while you can, they will bo friends in tho North and writes that for 1918, that ho has won the poultry and seo mo in my now location. higher next year. Dean Edwards received a card wo shall have generous supporters club championship, which entitles KHAKI YARN WANTED NOTICE Seo Dean at tho Berea Bank and from his son, Lieut. Paul Edwards, jn Cleveland, Toledo, and other him to hold tho poultry cup for ono Tho Junior Navy Leaguo girls All persons having claims against Trust Co.; catch Hcrndon on the fly. who now has charge of a band in cities. Last week sho attended a year and to liavo his namo engraved would like all tho pieces of khaki Tours, France. Ho wroto from Paris dinner parly in Detroit where sho thereon." yarn left over from soldiers' sweat- I). M. Click, deceased, will present met General Leonard Wood. As ho nnd spoko of visiting Mr. Taylor. Respectfully, ers. They aro planning to work same, properly sworn to, on or beIn tho last weeks of tho war, many was introduced to Miss Smith, or theso tip into a blanket for uso in fore tho ISlli day of March, 11)10, to II. Click, administrator, or same AELIOIAN SOCIAL DEAN & HERNDON, regiments were so destroyed that Berea, tho General said, "What lino some hospital. Kindly leavo thoso Dealers In Real Estate, Boroa, Ky. what was left of them were attached stock in thoso mountains; how they Aelioian, tho oldest girls' literary in Mrs. Baker's storo or notify one will ho barred by law. C. II. CLICK, to other regiments or tho Army of fought for us in tho war." Wo must society in tho Academy, gavo a so- of tho committee and thoy will gladAdministrator of the estate of I). M. Occupation, or to como homo, Tho somolimo liavo General Wood visit cial in tho Girls' Gymnasium, to ly call. Click, deceased, Annabol Porter, bands of theso regiments, too, were Berea and sot a trco on our campus. Academy boys Monday afternoon. F. L. MOORE'S presThero wero about sixty-liv- e Lthel Wyatl, scattered among other regiments. In ent nnd Mr. Martin, our illustrious Helen Roberts. FOR SALE this way tho Berea boys aro no RECEIVING SHIP INSTRUCTOR English teacher, had tho pleasure longer together and their leader, Houso and lot on High strcot. James Alvin Fox, a NOTICE Lieutenant Edwards, has been as- dation and. Vocational former Foun of entertaining three young ladies. Tills is an ideal placo for a home, student, who Tho Gym was elaborately decoFOR On January 0, I saw a woman largo lot, good barn and garden, to another band. signed received training as Machinists rated with Academy and Aelioian wearing my fur that was lost in Tho Elizabethtown News says: Mnlo live room houso with water and First Class Repairing (Aviation) at tho Great Lakes colors. After playing soveral games, my suit-cas- e on November 0, at elcclrio lights. Now occupied by "Miss Mildred Hudson, a member of Naval Training School, has just been tho following lunch was served: ' Junction. AND Party will Richmond tho faculty of tho local High School E. Oott. For prico and terms ad- detailed as an instructor on the He cheese sahdwlchcs, pickles, cocoa, please return suit-cas- o to mo at Be- dross D. M, Gott, Routo No. 0, Aber lias, resigned on account of an inFine Line of Jewelry jured foot which has given her con- ceiving Ship, Charleston, South and marshmallows, and soveral rea Collcgo Hospital and escapu deen, Miss. Carolina. home-mad- e kinds of dclioious can prosecution. siderable trouble. Miss Hudson was . MAIN ST. BEREA, KY. Mr. Fox has been in aotivo soi dies. Tho small tables wero arrang- ad. Emma Nooloy. well qualilled for tho position sho PUPIL NURSES WANTED vico in Franco and Cardiir, Wales, ed so as to form tho flguro A, repheld and was a successful teacher. and but recently returned from resenting either Academy or AelioRobinson Hospital, Inc., Berea, Ky., FOR SALE Her many friends, among tho puOno-to- n ian. After lunch all wero gathered Ford truck. Running Offers a thrco year courso In train pils and patrons regret to loso her. overseas. He is a brother of Miss Adclia 'round tho Poultry Remedy cheerful lire and toa'ted ovcry day. Would trade for lalo ing for nurses. Graduates eligible Sho returned this week to her homo Fox, community worker and teacher marshmallows nnmiinnpn- fnr fifnfn rofflslrnflnn until flvo thirty. Wo model Ford car. at Berea." A f i w il mp In the at Narrow Gap and tho Foundation sang "Wo'ro All Good Fellows" and i j wii a tlon given. For application blanks ? II. L. Potts & Son, ilnnk .n w..i. r vUl CO Mrs. K. B. Wilson of Nicholas-vill- a School. curcnauuiirev. u f-and illustrated leaflet, addross departed for tho boarding halt. AN tuui,ittiik. r '.dfclCQITT) Whites Station, Ky. was in Berea last week for a Jr For tho bonellt of his many friends though no ono seemed to bo inter- Phono 150-torrhrwl anJ uv r Superintendent of Nurses, 3 '.itry dllM-idttnirtivu short visit. f Ona UWt'til Ui uuik W horc, .Mr. Iox's address is given, ested in supper, all went to tho Beroa Exchange lun uf lit d rit. 'IrutTl'U Claro Canfleld has been quito ick James Alvin Fox, W. M. "A" 2 or by ma i iut onij. Vuiu4tto FOR SALE boarding hall for thero wero sooial Hiullry bu 4 r,. vn it'.urtt. nt tho hospital for a few days. Receiving Ship ovum iimoi ci.iuiictti.ir. l.i7 privileges. As n whole, every ono A dcslrablo homo In Borca on Con Mark Flunnery of Kingston lias Charleston, 6'. C, had a very pleasant timo. Drag Co. ter street. Largo lot, good gardei. Sold by Porter-Moor- e purchased tho Jerry .Richardson Tho Aelioians meet every Satur plenty of fruit. Flvo room cottage. proporty on Center street. Mr. 8tomich Trouble. day night in tho second floor parlor other sultablo outbuildings. Chicken Get the GenulnoRHPTKl desirable Richardson has moved to tho Coend Avoid Edna, four, was going next door to of James Hall. Thoy aro doing ex houso and yard. Nover falling rnelius place, which ho owns on tho tier auntie. She was told by her moth, cellent literary work and dwellings in und near havo been v water at door. $1,500 will buy If corner of Conter and Short streets. er not to eat anything while there as very prosperous this year. Evory Berea,. sold now. her stomach was upxot. When she Chester Robertson of the Collcgo came In she suld, J. A. Wyatl, "Auntie, mamma said ono is cordially invited to visit their department left this week for Cin- I shouldn't eat anything becuuse my meetings and enjoy tho benefit of Thos. J. Osborne, 2804 Williams ave, cinnati whero ho goes to work. literary work. toiauch lias tipped over." L. It. College Treasurer Clnoinnall, Oakley, O. Union Church Tho Sunday-schowith classes for all at 9:15. Preaching sorvico ol You Can Assist banking your bank organization ' LOCAL PAGE n t RlL.erv5fkinrr oesi DiacKsimiiuiig Berea National Bank e' NEW SPRING GOODS HAVE ARRIVED Ladies' nifty suits, spring coats, capes, and all that goes to make up stylish ladies' apparel have just arrived. We are able to offer better bargains in these goods than has been possible in a long time. r B. E. BELUE CO. one-pic- co ed Jewelry Store 11 Bourbon f i t Houses to Rent Several 2P2!&J V l IVbrnnry 13, 1019. THE CITIZEN Pago Five may kill any dog which ho sees in tho act or pursuing, worrying or wounding any live stock, or attacking human beings, whether or not such dog bears tlio license lag required hy tho provisions ol this net. There shall bo no liability on such person in damages or otherwise Tor such killing." This would scorn to offer great protection lo all livestock. Tho law provides that whenever any person sustains any loso or damngo to any livoslock or poultry by dogs, or any livestock or any person necessarily destroyed or having been bitten by1 a dog, such person or his agent may complain lo tho county judge or to any Justice or tiio pence. Tho complaint must be in writing, must ho signed by tho person making Iho complaint and shall slato when, where and how such damago was done, and hy whoso dogor dogs, ir known. "Such county Judgo or justice or tho peace shall appoint two appraisers whoso duty it shall bo to investigate and ascertain tho amount or damago done." 'Tho owner who suffers tho loss shall bo reimbursed out of the funds of tho county in which the damago was done." so The Citizen A family Newspaper for all 1'uMlthwl ry Thuradnjr NEWS REVIEW OF - that It right true, and Interesting at llrrra. Kr. CO. CURRENT EVENTS Ebert, Opening German National Assembly, Protests Against OEREA PUBLISHING (Incorporated) WM. C. FROST, Editor-in-Chi- Subicripllon Rates 1'AYAItl.B IN ADVANCE One Year Rll Monlha , Three Monthi ,C0 Harshness of Allies. ,.,.() .HA DELEGATES SHOUT APPROVAL e Send money lir or Eiprraa Money Order, Draft, Itevltterrd Ietler, or one rvl two cent alampa. The data after four name on label ahowa to Huns Adopt Unlqus Attitude for a what date your aulxcrfptkin ia ald. If It la not People Peace. Confer, Conquered thanseil within three weeks after renewal notify ua. net Makes Progress With the Mixing numlieri will I nlxOr auppllwl If w Lsague are notlneil. of Nations America Liberal terma ulrrn to any who obtain new May Bs Asksd to Qov forua. Any one aendmir ua four yearly aubaerlptlona can reeelre The Cltlten free for srn Constantinople. one year. AaTertlslniratrton application. By EDWARD W. PICKARD. Chancellor Ehert, In his speech at that the estnlillstunent or tn league of nations would not require the abrogation of International hitherto entered Into. Appar ently Great Britain, Francs and Japan y arc not entirely sure of the full of the league and would have their offenalve and defensive alliances to fall back upon In case of need. Mr. Balfour's statement also guvs) rise to the opinion thnt the allied nntlons might decline to abrogate the secret treaties they entered Into for the division nmong them of certain territories of the central powers. Trancs Is perhaps especially Interested In this, as the secret treaties not only gave her but also the entire coal district of the Saar vnlley, and provided thnt the German territories on the left bank of the Hhlne should bo freed from all political and economic dependence on Germany. Hat four Alsace-Lorrain- nil!-anc- es THE PROPOSED TAX FOR ROADS thoroughly connected system acAND BRIDGES AND ITS APPLICAcommodating tho pooplo living In TION TO PRESENT CONDITIONS IN every section of Iho county with a MADISON COUNTY surlaco road Iravclablo overy day A special meeting of tho Madison progress making very considerable with Its task, the drafting of the plans After experimenting omo for the organisation Is not without for time with the other system, tho serious difficult!. These last week diversity between the Legislature of our neighboring Stato centered In the great powers and the desires of the of Tennns'oo has decided to restore claims of tbe smaller nations as to tho death penalty as a punishment representation In the league. Ilcfore for nggrnvatod homicide, and one or the close of the week It was antwo of tho other offenses usually nounced the commission had agreed deemed capital in nature, and, as provisionally on the preamble and s of the articles, but what this action was taken upon the these are was not revealed. recommendation of the Governor, it Two general plans were Inld beis nssured that the latter will sign fore the commission. The first, which the hill. was favored by the smnll nations, proTennessee has hail the e.xperlenre vided for a legislative branch on which the large and small nations of nlmost all other civilized communities that have tried to do away would be squally represented, each as an executive branch consistwith the death penalty. Ono of two a unit;two members from each of the ing of results, and sometimes both, is al- five great powers and nine members ways perceptible after tho abolition chosen from tho small powers; and of the death penally. Men who com- arbitration of International disputes mit hideous crimes are either treated by three arbitrators. In the second with great harshness in captivity or plan the legislative branch was left unchanged, bat the executive branch lynching becomes rampant. was made to consist chiefly of the old world, except In times grest powers, and Instead of arbitraIn tho of revolution, lynch law is not often tion, there was substituted an execuan evil, but tho other evil is appartive council of the greaf powers as a ent. Thus in Italy, whero tho death tribunal for Judging International penalty is not rillowed, a system has. In a word, tha great powers fear grown up of imprisoning murderers If all nations are given equal under such conditions of solitary that representation tn the league, they will conflnemont as lo mako death on tho And themselves In the minority gallows infinitely preferable. Somethough their Interests might be much thing of the same kind prevails In greater, and the small powers fear that. If not equally represented, they Switzerland. or tho 'Atlantic tho will be swomped, Hut the "big' Ave"On this side shows signs of yielding enough to satStates that have tried to do without isfy them. tho death penally havo suffered in Concurrently with tbe work on the two ways. First, lynrhings havo in- league, territorial the conflicting creased, and second, many men who claims or the various nations are heard nnd studied' but the estabshould havo been executed aro pardoned after having been given Ufa lishment of a principle on wnlch such so sentences. Tho death penalty is tho claims onshall be decided depends of much the creation of the league proper penalty at law for aggravated nations that action on the report of murder. It should not bo disre- the territory commission Is not exgarded. Us chief valuo is tho effect pected before the other matter Is setLouisville tled. it has nsn deterrent. Just where the United Htntes Is goEvening Post. ing to "get off" tn all this is a question that Is worrying" many others our senators, who debate It freRELIGIOUS FREEDOM IS URGED quently. If the orders of tha league American Bible Society Sends Met-ag- e are to he backed by force. It might he necessary to land European troops for President to Present to tn a South American country, and Peace Conference. that Is In direct violation of the MonVnrlf. Poll. 10. I'rosldont WIl. roe doctrine. If the former German -- ...... I Ln Mim nalcnl tn sea flint nrnvlslnn colonies and parts of the Turkish embe governed by mandawas rondo nt tho pence conferenco "for pire are to lehgue, the United Stntes irnnlntntnlng tho coropleto religious tories of the responfreedom througlKUit the world," In n cannot well evade some of the might be called on to adcnblo men8ugu sent him by tho Amurf. sibility nnd minister the affairs of Constantinople Tho messngo can Wblo society. the Dardanelles, maintaining and "that tho society would not this freedom so ns to excludo military as well as dvtl forces there. ,nny creed or profession of ftdth," but Conceivably, this would arouse the of a wanted Clirlstlun missionaries left free bitter oppositionpopulation, considerable but as we, portion of our to cngago In their work .anywhere. through President Wilson, are taking a leudlng part In the reconstruction of Clocks That Speak. the world by the nations that defeated Clocks without hands or fuces aro Oermuny, we cannot avoid shoulderIn Switzerland. Tho timenow common ing our share of tha resultant labor. piece Htnmls tn tho hull, mid, when a c button Is pressed, by means of Another Interesting angle to tha nrrungemenU It culls out aiulf-pus- t Ave" or "Five minutes to situation was dUclosod by the statekWervraT ment hv HrttlsU turdsnine," us tho case may be. RESTORING THE DEATH PENALTY two-third- ths opening of the Oonnnn national at Weimar, gate expression Ton per rent of tlm proceeds ol to tha growing resentment of the tilt) Carroll comity (Miss.) Hod Cro which haa already bean noted Pig Chili's recent shipment of 2 M commented on. Seemingly not ttars of lings, to tlio SI. Louis market raoogntslng that Germany Is a conquered notion, ha protested bitterly oiuiio to tlio Hod Cross. afnlnit Uis "unheard of and nithlem" terms of the armistice, and went so . morning nt I' list Ono Sunday far as to warn tho allies not to push Hlvor Harrneks somewhere in Si- the Huns too far. Ills hearers tlio Red Cross Siberian his utterances, and shouted beria Commission gnvo complete suits of their Indignation when he alluded to clothing to 10(1 cold littlo children. ths 800,000 prisoners of war still held by ths allied nations. The reply of the allies was swtft IWnvor fell bettor in my life," and dedal. 'The supreme cotindl writes oncAinerican prisonur on his at Paris atonce took up ths discusway hack from Gcrmauy. "And who sion of tho armistice tenns with the has. saved my life? I guess yon apparent Intention of putting on the clamps tighter and of compelling Gerknow; tho Red Cross, of course." many to carry out certain of the terms that she has not been complied with A building where automobile repairs nnd farm mechanics can be 7t. History does not record another extaught the convalescent soldiers will ample of a thoroughly whipped people be conducted at tho Walter Reed assuming toward their conquerors an attitude, comparable with that the General Hospital. Because their opHuns are taking. were fighting announced American apples that's what ponents out Garni an they autocracy and milto wipe Colonel Swalm, American consul at itarism and because the German revSouthampton, managed to have soul olution, so called, says It has done ovor through the Rod Cross, to gio away with these evils, the bodies to tho thousands of wounded Yan- seem to think tha Issues of the war kees 'whom ho visHcd in England. have been settled and that they ore entitled to alt In with the victors on an equnllty In arranging the "peace A Red Cross sanitary train makos of Justice" of which they now prate. scheduled runs between Gcnova, Prof. Hans Delbrueck predicts that the Switzerland, and Rastatt, ono of tho Germans will acaln plunge the world largest German prison camps. Tho Into war If their country Is made the train carries an operating room, a "wnge slave" of Its enemies. diner, and accommodations for 480 Though the peace conference'a com stretcher cases. mission on the league of nations is aaMimbly Oer-OM- RED CROSS NEWS GRENADES Tchlt-cherlminister, wtrelusa messngs saying tho soviet government Is willing to participate In the proposed conference on the Princes' Islands. He also intimates that his government will cease Its propaganda tn other countries If the entente powers will undertake not to Interfere with Russia's Internal affairs. The other Husslan factions, as represented at Paris, were rather surprised by Tchltchertn's action and were not at all planned. They are strongly opposed to the conference and had hoped a refusal hy the soviet government would relieve them of the necessity of rejecting the plan. The or, to give them the more fitting appellation, the anarchists. In northern Ilussla, after a series of successes against the American and allied troops which were due to the difficulty the latter experienced In getting supplies, went a bit too far and were given a stinging defeat by iha Tanks at Vlstavka on the Yoga river. About the same time tbe Siberian troops under General Galdn practically annihilated two divisions of the at Kungur, SO miles southeast of Perm, relieving the latter city from the danger of attack. General Galda then advanced on Iffn, which the anarchists took some time ago. The central soviet of Moscow has called to tha colors all men between ths ages of twenty-ninyears, sayand forty-Aring they will be thrown Into the war If the conference on Prtnklpo Island Is a Lenlne'a foreign has Rent out e e failure. In some directions the successes of the anarchists of Ilussla were continued. They were reported to have captured WIndau, Courland's port, and to have gained control of virtually the whole of the Ukraine. troops The Polish and Ccecho-Slovothat hnd been fighting on the Slleelan front signed an armistice which. It Is presumed, will permit the emissaries of the peace conference to settle ths quarrel between the two nations. The authorities of the allied nations maintain their aloof attitude toward tne uermnn "revolution," never permitting themselves to be quoted concerning It nor paying the slightest attention to the lucubrations of hypocrites such as Bernstorff. Bat they are watching with Interest the International conferences of Socialists and trades unions that are In session In Berne, Swltserland. The former seems to be virtually dominated by the elements. The Trades pro-Teut- Fiscal Court lias been called fo' Tuesday, February 18, 1019, lo consider tlio advisability of calling un election to bo held at soino dalo lo bo fixed by tlio Court prior lo April I, next, to lako tlio senso of tho voters of tlio county In n proposition lo lovy n special tax not lo exceed twenty cents ($0.20) on the $100.00 of taxable properly in tlio county, for a period not to exceed ten years, for the purposo of tlio Improvement or construction of tlio public roads mid bridges of tlio county, cither or both, as the Fiscal Court may direct. Tho authority under which said election may bo ordered by the Fiscal Court is conferred by an act of tho Legislature nt its special session in 1917, and tlio law was approved by tho Governor April 25, 1917, sinco which lime about fifteen Kentucky counties havo held elections in which tho proposition was approved by n majority of tho voters and tn a few counties, perhaps four or five, tho proposition has boon rejected by n majority of tlio voters. Under tho provisions of this law tho amount collected is deposited by tho Sheriff with tho County Treasurer, nnd tho Fiscal Court alono has tho control of tho expenditure of tho rund so collected, subject to all provisions of tho law applying to its cquitablo distribution to tlio various parts or tho county from which collected, etc., etc. It is recognized at this timo by a great majority or our peoplo that tho unprcccdontcd incrcaso or automobile traffic on the roads of the county causes our Macadam roads to deteriorate rapidly, especially tho main roads leading from Richmond and it is necessary to change tho typo of road on theso lines so as lo withstand tho traffic now using them and that which may bo expected in the immcdiato future. It is also manifestly truo that all bridges and smaller drainage structures on theso main roads should bo so constructed as to'givo maximum carrying capacity, strength and permanence. Tho turnpiko system of tho county should bo extended by the building of new pikes and bridges) whero considerable numbers of our peoplo are thereby benefited until tho turnpike system of tho county is thereby mado a in tho year. A special lax of 20 ocnt9 per $100 would produco annually approximately 810,000.00, which in addition to tho present tax of 25 cents would mako nvallablo about $90,000.00 for road work in tho county, which amount should in a fow years placo tho county in tlio fororront or Kentucky counties In respect to roads. 'Tho Court docs not wish lo proceed wllli this Important mailer or put tho county to tho expense or an election unless thcro is evidenco of sufficient fnvorablo sentiment to justify tho calling of an election, and every citizen nnd taxpayer is requested lo Indicalo to tho Magistrate in his, district his views upon nils' matter, and to bo present, at tho meeting or tlio Court Tuesday, February 18, and bo heard. NEW D00 LAW The now dog law enacted by tho General Assembly ot tho Commonwealth or Kentucky to becomo January 1, 1919, reads as follows: "On and after tho first day of January, ono thousand nino hundred and nineteen, it shall bo unlawful for any person to own or keep any dog unless such dog Is licensed by tho County Clerk or deputy of tho county in which the dog is kept and unless such dog at all times wears life collar and tag provided for by this act, excepting such dogs as aro temporarily brought into the Stato for breeding, trial or show purposes." The Penalty Section 33 provides as follows: "Any person other than an officer violating or failing or refusing td comply with any of tho provisions of this act shall bo deemed guilty of a misdemeanor nnd upon conviction shall bo adjudged lo pay a flno of not exceeding $100, or to undergo an imprisonment of not exceeding llireo months, or both at tho discretion of tho court. AH fines collected under tho provisions of this act shall bo forthwith paid to tho treasurer of the proper county, and credited after the payment of such cominis-ioas officers bo entitled lo under tho law, to the livo stock fund." Section 21 of tho act is perhaps tho most interesting part of tho new law. It provides that "Any person ns FARMERS' NIGHT SCHOOL Again tho timo has como for tho farmers, with their families, of Scaffold Cano Community, lo attend their Annual Night School of ono week. This school begins Monday night at 0:30, February 17. The following subjects jvill bo discussed: seeds, soils, fertilizer, gardening, crop rotation, fruit growing, milk testing, livo stock and club work. These subjects wero selected hy the farmers themselves at a meeting Tuesday night. Each subject will havo a leader but will be discussed by tho farmers and their families. This Farmers Rovival will havo many preachers but ono text: "Whatsoever a man sowcth, that shall ho also reap." Wo say revival becauso it was called so by one o farmers last year, and we feel that wo should keep tho 'name. All who aro interested from other communities aro invited to attend this school. Wo hopo to have school in other communities if plans can bo arranged in March. The school at Scaffold Cano will bo conducted by Ashcr Strong and CounTy Agent Spenco. of-th- PUBLIC SALE of gates from the United States nnd England. Is discussing International labor legislation In conjunction with the Socialists. Union conference. In which suns dele- Blue Grass and Tobacco Land iTuesday, February 19th, 1919, 10 A. M. We will offer for sale publicly the farm of E. B. Warford, known as the "Joe Bales" farm on the Kingston and Crooksville pike, and containing 150.29 acres. The farm will be offered in THREE TRACTS containing 25, 40 and 85 acres, respectively, and will then be offered as a whole. Tract No. 1 25 ACRES adj'oining the land of Hugh Murray and Powell. Seven acres now in wheat. No improvements. Tract No. 2 40 ACRES fronting on the Kingston and Crooksville pike; 16 acres of wheat on this tract; the balance to go in corn. No improvements. Tract No. 3 85 ACRES fronting on the Kingston and Crooksville pike; 25 acres of virgin soil; 35 acres almost as good: 10 acres to go in tobacco and the balance in the yard and lots. Upon this tract is a dwelling, good stock barn, tobacco barn, and all necessary outbuildings. Turkey let out a loud wall recently protest against the proposition to put Constantinople, the Bosporus and the Dardanelles under International control. This Idea la being promulgated tn Parts especially by the entente nations, and they assert that the controlling nation should be the United States as tha one disinterested power that could handle ths territory. The Ottoman liberal party, In throughwhich baa been out the war, asked President Wilson to save Constantinople to Turkey by giving It a chance at Several days Inter tho sultan himself sent a secret letter to tha liberal Turks In France and Switzerland, appealing to them to return bomu and suve their country from the starvation and IH.vIuasiiL'HH prevalent under the regime by which the nom-(m- POSSESSION OF THESE FARMS WILL BE GIVEN IMMEDIATELY. TERMS LIBERAL and will be stated ruler In ilomtnnred. Many comob tke day of tale. munities und uiuuiclpullMos unilur Ottoman rule have sent petitions to It is very seldom that this If you want to buy a farm, this is your opportunity. the American peuce delegate UbUIng kind of land is placed on the market, and if you want a farm, come to this sale, for it is thnt they bo put under the protecgoing to be sold, rain or shine. Farm land is not going down. It is going up. Whoever tion of the United States. il hi "re-.'stri- ct phono-graphi- The labor situation grew better In Great Brttuln and worse In llie United States lut.week. The British public apparently nwoko to the fuct Unit tlio strikes there, unauthorized by tlio trades union authorities, were being stirred up by alien anarchist leuders and the men began returning to their work pending peaceful settlement of The railway men and the electrical workers resumed their tn London nnd the city began tn get relief from conditions thut hnd nearly paralyzed It fur days. In Bui. fust the strike leaders were arrested on conspiracy charges. The United States wns bit hardest hist week ut points widely separated In the New York und Seattle. metropolis building operations were virtually tied up by u lockout declared by the Building Trades Emwhich nITvcted ployers' association 2.1,000 workers and which threatened to spread throughout the country and Cunuda. In Seattle the SU.000 shipbuilders who are on strike received the support of n general strike nhlch wus I'ntrilridly all started on Tlnirxdny In-b- buys this farm will help feed Europe, and don't forget that the high price of tobacco come to stay. -- has AT THE SAME TIME AND PLACE, WE WILL ALSO' SELL THE FOLLOWING 1 old buggy 16 yearling iteeri 1 disc harrow 4 weanling heifer calves 1 Drown cultivator (walking) 1 combined family horse, 7 years old 1 section harrow 3 good milch cows, 3 to 7 years old 1 No. 12 Vulcan breaking plow I (jood pony, 7 years old sows and 33 pigs pound 1) roc shoats boar, weight about 150 pounds t 1 good brood sow, to pig In April t meat hog, weight about 200 pounds 50 barrels picked corn 30 barrels short sound corn joo shocks of fodder 1 ton or more of millet , 1 wagon 1 new buggy 12 60 11 two-hors- double shovel plow tobacco plow Hoosler wheat drill 2 sets buggy harness 1 set plow and wagon harness Wire stretchers Hoes, Shovels, Picks, Diggers Lot of loose lumber Household Goods Florence Heater as good as new, and other things too numerous to mention. 1 1 1 by-bid. Mr. Warford is goThis farm and these articles are going to be sold without ing to sell. The high dollar gets them. Anyone desiring to inspect this farm can do so by seeing the undersigned, who will take pleasure in showing it to you; or Mr. Warford will be glad to show it to any party desiring to purchase. DON'T FORGET THE DATE-TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1919, AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M. - (ConUnusd on Page Elgbt) L. P. EVANS Sole Ageati for E. B. Warford Free but to Farm from my Office at 9 . m. Richmond, Ky. Pago Six THE CITIZEN Fobriinry 13, 1010. MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spencc, Farm Demonstrator nnd Special Investigator RHODE ISLAND RED POULTRY Do not forget the Hhoda Hod Poultry Show, Snturday, ary 15. If you nro n hrcedor SHOW SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE Berea's ng HOME DEPARTMENT Conducted by Miss Margaret Dizncy, Director of Home Science EGOLESS BREAKFAST BREADS By Florence Spring constructing cf now terraces, oiling and repairing of Ing of old nnd ' Island lools, Implements, nnd harness, and Februvarious oilier odds and ends that Vocational Schools of tho can bo taken enro of and mat will 1st Door Training that adds to your money-earnipower, combined with Ilods, roako onirics in tho show. Tho greatly help when tho real spring general education. work comes on. January is n good following nro tho classes FOR TOUNO MEN Agriculture, Carpentry, Bricklaying, Print1. Host pen consisting of 1 cock and timo to got out fenco posts for uso ing, Commerce and Telegraphy. t hens: 1st prize, $2.00; 2nd prize, next summer nnd fall. It Is well FOR YOUNG LADIES Homo Scionce, Dressmaking, Cooking, known that all posts should be well $1.00; 3rd prize, 50 cents. Nursing, Stenography and Typewriting. Host pen consisting of 1 cockcrol seasoned beforo using. When necos- and I pullets: 1st prizo 52.00; sary to uso posts inado from inrorlor 1.00; 3rd prize, 50 timbers it pays to tront them bo- - IHU DOOf 2nd prize, S rOlUldatlOn OChool foro setting them. This treatment cents. General Education for those not far advanced, combined with soma Host cock: 1st prize, $1.00; 2nd can bo given now, provided tho vocational training. No matter what vour nrosont advancement. prize, 50 cents; 3rd prizo 25 posts nro seasoned or dry enough we can put you with others liko yourself and give chance for lo lake tho treatment. For full in- cents. most rapid improvement 4. Best cockerel: 1st prize, $1.00; 2nd formation! in regard (o treatment of I prize, 50 cents; 3rd prizo, 23 fenco posts nnd other timbors apply jJoOf DCrCa S English AcadeHlV LOUTSC I . . to Forest Service, United Slates Dn- J. cents. ror uiose wno are not expecting to teacu and who are not going 5. Best hen: 1st prize, $1.00; 2nd partmcnt of Agriculture. thru College and desire more general education. It also gives prize, 50 cents; 3rd prizo 25 Save Manure the boat general education for those who wish a good start in Thcro bos never been a timo when cents. study and expect to carry it on by themselves. Best pullet: 1st prize, $1.00; 2nd the making, saving, and utilizing of prize, 50 cents; 3rd prize, 23 nil sorts or farm manure was so cs Door Normal School senti.il. All fertilizing material H cents. This gives the best training for those who expect to teaeh. high in price, nnd some kinds can All tho exhibitors aro asked to Courses are so arranged that young people can teach through the bring their birds to tho county not bo had in suilloient quantities at summer and fall and attend sshool through the winter and spring, street, first, nil. Inrni mnnuro may bo used for ngent's olllco on Main thus earning money to keep right on in their courses of study. Theyvill be directed from there to n number of purposes to n much Read Dinsmore's great book, "How to Teach a District School." bo Doner nflvantngo man commercial tho exhibit room. Bird3 should The total quantity of brought as early Saturday morning fertilizers. Door Academy Course manure can bo creatlv increased bv no Tnaaiiiin inis isinesiraigniroaa to college best training In Mathematics, All thoso who are interested in Keeping Iivo stock sheds nnu stables Science, Languages, History and all preparatory subjects. The securing puro bred llhodo Island well bedded with straw, leaves, nnd Academy is now Berea's largest department Red eggs for hatching purposes omer reruso nnout tno farm snouid como to tins snow baiuruay. 11 CiL Ti D Farmers in need of help nnd would Otll lOOf DCFea LOllege Orders will bo taken and can bo This is the crown of the whole Institution, and provides standard filled in a short time by tho nssocin- - liko to employ a returned soldier, can at county agenrs omco anu get courses in all advanced subjects, lion. Our Stale poultry specialists will nn applicnlion blank. A Temporary Raise in Board is forced by war conditions. For bo present and lecture on poultry twenty-fiv- e years the board has remained tho same in Bores, but the and help solvo tho difficult questions unusual situation in which the wholo country finds itself now makes as to hatching and rearing th." Hogs Contract Colds and 1 m Pneumonla-C- aut Urged on ?p l,"Za adds $15.60 lo AT former expenses ne? ff girls chicks. The public is invited to and $24.60 to attend this show and see some real Trnnhio nfpn iipvoinn nmnni? hnM 1,10 expenses of tho boys, for the year, but still leaves tho cost half Uiat Rhode Island Reds. nt this season of the year In the form a other schools and "cheaper than slaying at home." ,. of cold nnd pneumonia, according to ., . nAvupwn iiiuoi u , nuiiiiibij, iiiuiucuiai . nuu utter OF OUR BANKS m.uu. m .m-.viuo nrwi rout f TTnhnrt npnhnm nmnocn, nt nnd Our two banks, Tho Bcrea Bank bf lne lerm board by the half term. Installments are as follows nntholoirv nt the University of & Trust uompany anu uio rirsi Illinois. Doctor Graham gives WINTER TERM Bank, join hand to hand Ing that when pigs of all nges and Expenses for Boys Rhode Island Red Poultry sizes are allowed to pllo up at night with tho VOCATIONAL AND ACADEMY wnnn shed some ore likely to Association in financing tho Rhode ,n FOUNDATION SCHOOLS AND NORMAL COLLEOI Red Poultry Show. We wish Island $ 5.00 6.00 I 7j00 mm tue uuiu irusij uuuua i InddUI Fee to express our appreciation of tho phere wl hnye o bnd effect on thera . Room 7.00 7.00 7.00 . : t 1. 1. , oi our nanus hi nuip. IIe rec0raracnds the following precau Board, 6 weeks 1350 1350 1350 ing to push Uio agricultural inter- - tlons: Hog houses nnd feeding places, Amount due Jan. 1, 1919 2550 2650 2750 runways, fences and sheds, should be csls in this section. Board, 6 weeks, due Feb. 5... 1350 1350 1350 . Thcso banks have agreed to handle thoroughly cleaned nnd sprayed with 3 Per cent water solution of com nhodo island ned ecus and furnish Total for Term 41.00 '39.00 40.00 f crcsol (U. S. P.) or Its rec- them on a cash basis to all of tho Quicklime should 'i peoplo who aro interested in rats- $ 5.00 7JM 6.00 th w. nt. Incidental Fee ing tho Reds. Arrangements will be tpp thpv 7 DO 7.00 7.00 hopn -- ,.,, of Room 12.00 made for tho distribution of eggs on C0Dg ana- manure. WaUows should be Board, 6 weeks 12.00 IZJX Amount duo Jan. 1, 1919 90.00 certain days. 21.00 25.00 drained and fenced off, all small holei Board, C weeks, due Feb. 5... 12.00 Help Paint the County Red, and filled nnd large fields where the Infec 12.00 1100 tion prevails should bo cultivated. Standardize Eastern Kentucky Total for Term 30DO '30.00 37.00 by Raising Rhode island Reds Tlin Slnfn nf KonhicVv 1ms a Marie's American Anthem. . r,ii,J o This does not include the dollar deposit nor money for books or poultry. There will be four leading BBed slX( ylslted tho ned Cr0S3 hos . laundry. urecus m tno biaie. pltal near her home every day, nnd Special Expenses in Addltloa to Incidental Fse Basinets Eastern Kentucky, with tho ex- - became very popular with the convu- Winttr Spring Fall lescent American soldiers there. She Stenography and Typewriting ception of a few counties, will have 10.00 $14.00 $12.00 on became very Cood friends with Bookkeeping (brief course) Rhode Island Reds. Today a bird of 14.00 10.00 12.00 every breed, variety and color and "c "" Bookkeeping (regular course) 7.00 6.00 6.00 jicr I ll uu a iiiiAtutu uir an van l. iiau m L'or. w i"-i- i au.. scraps of English. 1,1 nen Business course for students . . . . .. DUE JUU1CU illCtll in other departments: tucky. .t,, uio timo is coming wncn AmerlcBn tones. On ilnv in Mnrli'a 9.00 1050 750 Stenography we hopo to see counties and sections gChooI, teacher asked her class the Typewriting, with one hour's noted for ono breed. title of America's nntlonnl nnthera. 6.00 uso of instrument 7.00 6.00 Join hands and help to paint East- - The clans looked blank, until Marie. Com. Law., Com. Geog, Com. crn Kentucky Red. Madison and wlth a flHS of Inspiration. Jumped to -1.80 150 Aritlu or Penmanship, each.. 2.10 Rockcastle counties have already "er"ei "no announces iiaui nam Gang's All Here," In quaint, rolling started in tho business and tho slo the English. In no caso will special Business Fees exceed $15.00 por term. gan for each county is, "Paint the County Red." AH students do some work with their hands from six to six- Heating ttve House. Come to the show, Saturday, Fcb- Tba proper temperature for various tccn hours a week as janitors or in the farm, carpenter shop, print- rooms of the home are as follows: The Ine office, laundrv. hoarding hall, office, etc.. and receive oav which living room should be 70 degrees, no reduces their expenses. ruary 15, and get an inspiration. more. It should be occasionally aired Kentucky Pure Bred Live Stock young man or young woman can get an education Any so that It does not become close, but Association tho rlnnr EhmiM ha 1nt.t MrtmaA ln(n at Berea if there is tho will to do so. All farmers who aro interested in the hall The dlnIns roora and kltchen If it is impossible for any young man or young woman to bo buying some pure bred live slock, (to irrooa If nut Pfl tl1 tfl row is tho timo to do it kitchens rise hlcher than thnt The m school tho full year, by all means they should enter for a course dur- Tho Kentucky Puro Bred Live bedrooms should be heated not at all, '"8 l" winter anu spring terms. , . . .1... - ..- - .1 Tho pubUo gchooIg wH cIosen,,oul ctirislma8 nnd th0 teasers av uio uouiDon sioch xarus, i.ouis- . am nilvnncnl nnnils slmnlil not hn irllo throuch tho lone wlntnr w .... ,,,1 nv ' uuiiiiumii biiuuiu uc uiaue us wuna hi i ..m. rci)ruai o, .0, ..i anui ia. A vnll ,unn iiil, nn,i ,, mnnthx hut shnulil hn stnilvliiL' In Bnrea whero tho host education enn .i,i,i uieso saies puro Dreu sires can no ytn no ipccIa, hent ag we are nl. bo gotten for ieast money. I .... I had at a reasonablo price, Tuesday, February 25, "Holstcin" throush them. Applicants musi onng or sena lesnmoniai inoniug iubi amj axi above 15 years old, in good health and of good character. This may b anil "Hampshire" day. Clever Engineering Feat. signed by some former Berea student in good standing or some reliabli Wednesday, February 20, "Angus" Bisecting long boats so that they teacher or neighbor. The use of tobacco is strictly forbidden. nnd Poland China" day, a tfksililil I. ........l. !. lm tdt-nII.. " For information or friendly advice write to the Secretary, Thursday, February 27. "Short- horn" and "Polled Durham" and feat short tlme ng0i but tnIg has MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Ky. "Duroc Jersey" day. been urpnKed. according to the Porv Friday, February 28, "Hereford" ular Mechanics Majjazlne. The Charles n- - v,n IIIse. foxes or uay other such wury uiifmul boat, wns HOW TO TRAP SUCCESSFULLY and "Berkshire" day. " 10.000-lowithout n good scent. Thin la n tanln wlilnli mi trlil In h wasted for Atlantic service. It had a Wary Mink An cur of corn stuck In the mud nttended bv nil farmers who aro in- - 60"rot bMm' wn,,reas tne cnal l only Two Ways of Taking the fMt wJ(,e Tho boat wng cut Jn 8nare nt0 WnIeh ..BreP Fox.. near a trap makes uu excellent bait I lercsico m nuying a gooa uuu ana two and .1(.h May Fall. for 'coon. noar. "ino county agent at uorca side In order to be taken through the One of the best plnces to look for requests that all farmers attend this locks. Floating In this position each If a mink makes a hole through u 'coon sIkiis Is In u cornfield. salo who can possibly do so at this section cleared the lock sides by Just snowdrift lm will use It ugiilu uutl it trap set In It will culch htm. 8 Inches. timo and buy a bull and boar. Arizona Is Cleaning Out After cold weather sets In, when Beasts Which Kill Stock Many Will Fly. Thinks setting In shallow water for mink, Rounding Up Odd Jobs The principal of one of the chief clmone n place where the current runs Tho really thrifty and industrious American schools for airplane mechan- - swiftly nnd Is not likely to freeze ui, Ono of the efforts of tho state gov fannor never lacks for work, oven ics ininics mat nying is going to ue Wi,h No. mumim? f,ne um eminent of Arizona and tho federal in February. Ordinarily thcro Is a the next great American amusement. double sl,rlllB T,,,g of trup government In their cumpalgn for the greater number of days unfit for urn reuwius us mm uur nviuuuu con U known as "the fox trup. eradication of predatory animals, great many young Held work than in any other month has contained a If you wish to bo real foxy nnd which cause largo losses In rungo stock, inning yourself, try setting three Is tho employment of skilled hunters. of tho year. But in tho Southern .7" nrwt In nn jlil nutli iltlw.n inr Thirteen are now In the employ of the Stales, especially along tho Gulf afford to buy and maintain their own state and federal governments. Other Coast section, thcro is rarely a day machines and. havlne become accusf The fox will give all men are exterminating rodents which ,. , that soma outside work cannot be toraed to a speed of a hundred and destroy ranges. One of the hunters " fifty miles an hour, will find the ordl- dono. There is much need for lr "d V. nK ur.0.U,,d, 1 ,"ay "Up ,ut0 within two months killed 11 mountain b..8 narr mode, of travel tame.-Yo- uth's work on fences, barns, tenant Hons. Another killed 09 cojtotes withone of those on tho side. Companion, Houses, olc, clearing of land, mend- It Is not much use to try to trail in a month. Berea 4th Berea's 5th Berea's Preparatory r " warn-Nation- taJf m Pd ,,i .,. (,!, ., I In this period of conservation nnd moro strenuous economy, ono's rco- ipes for breakfast breads should have a thorough overhauling lo keep pace with tho general work of substitution and elimination going nn nil along tho line. An egg a day in our iiiulllns seems little, but when reckoned In dollars nnd cents, Just now, it means n lot. II seems bcsl nt present to uso tho eggs ono can afford for breakfast or luncheon dishes, instead of in combination whero tlioir uso is really unnecessary. Thcro nro plenty of broak-fa- st breads in which eggs aro not essential. As wo nro now trying (o got along without much wheat flour, tho problem is made somowhnt moro difficult. "Send mo rules for things I can make without butter, milk, or eggs," wrote a young rancher lo his mother some years ago. It seomcd an amusing nnd difllcult problem to that IllilllliT mill wlmn In Mini rnmilrn. inenl wo must now add sugar, it becomes oven maro strenuous. As lo wheat Hour, whllo we havo a cer tain quantity which wo may conBran muffins are very popular, ns scientiously use, combinations nro woll as bolng healthful and good. To pcHslhlo without using any, nnd wo make tho mufllns: Dissolve ono can save there, too. leaspoonful soda in one nnd There aro several dolicious corn-nie- nl lh cupfuls sour milk, add bread preparations requiring to ono-ha- lf cupful molittle or no wheat flour. A novelty lasses; stir until it foams, then add in this lino is a corn-me- al mullln to "in' cupful bran, one cupful oat which is added cooked rlco In tho flour, and ono leaspoonful galL Half proportion of ono cupful of tho rioo n cupful of chopped raisins nnd nut lo one-ha- lf cupful each of granu- is nn acceptable addition for lated meal and cnliro wheat flour. or lea. Thrco-fourtcupful of milk, two Fruit mufllns nro especially liked tablespoonfuls of shortening, threo by tho children nnd aro nutritious teasnoonfuls of hakinir-nowdo- r. and and approprialo for school lunoh-eon- s. salt and sugar as liked comploto tho! Mix together ono cupful bar rulo. Boat well and bako in gem- - loy flour, ono cupful oat flour, threo pans in n quick oven. baking-powdo- r, teaspoonfuls ono The revision of my recipes has lahlespoonful brown sugar, and ono given some excellent results. leaspoonful salt. Add two To innko Golden Rolls, combine melted shortening nnd two cupfuls potato flour, ono cupful I'nough milk to make a drop batter corn-mea- l, ono leaspoonful salt, ono about as stiff as cako. Add last ono-ha- lf lablespoonful sugar, and thrco ta- cupful chopped nnd floured blespoonfuls baking-powde- r; rub in dates or raisins, or n combination ono Inblepoonful shortening with of both. Beat well and bako in a the llnger-tlp- s. Thon ndd onough moderato oven. milk about ono and thrco-fourtRice and Rye Muffins. Mix in tho cupfuls will bo needed to make a following order, ono nnd one-ha- lf dough just soft enough lo roll nnd fiipfuls rico flour, ono-ha- lf cupful cut; uso a knlfo for tho mixing. Tip rye flour, ono tenspoonful salt, thrco on a lloured board, roll lightly to n teaspoonfuls baking-powde- r, two thickness of half an inch, cut in lahlcspoonfuls molasses, ono lahlerounds, rub with mcllcd shorten- spoonful moiled shortening, and ing, and fold over liko Parker House about ono and one-ha- lf cupfuls of rolls. Rub with milk and bako in a milk, or enough to make n batter hot oven until n dclicato brown. whirli will drop easily from a spoon. Apple Mufllns should bo included Beat well nnd bako in gein-paIn in even n short list of eggless muf- a quick oven for one-lin- lf hour. fins. They are mado as follows: In making mufllns and bread at Mix in tho given order ono cupful the present day, do not ho afraid barley Hour, ono cupful whito corn to uso the now products. Small flour, thrco lenspoonfuls baking-powde- r, amounts of any loft-ovcereals ono leaspoonful salt, ono may ho added to nlmosl any muffins; lahlespoonful sugar, ono cupful boat woll to combine. Bent all egg-le.- -s chopped apple, about ono and one-ha- lf muffins long nnd well. Be carecupfuls milk, and two ful and do not get thorn too stiff. melted shortening. Bako Kxacl care in making and baking in n quick ovon. in inullln-pan- s oflon more than makes up for tho Applo Johnny Cako is also deli-- 1 mission of o.xponsivo materials. wcll-grcafted one-four- th ono-four- lh onc-foiirono-fourono-four- lh lun-hccoi hs lablo-spoonfuls hs ns er labia-spoonf- cupful each of clous. Mix ono-ha- lf yellow nnd whilo corn-mea- l, sugar, ono-ha- lf salt, and ono loaspoonful shortening together. Scald with boiling water, using about thrco-foiirlcupful, until tho mixture is a liltlo thicker tlinn will spread; (hen add thrco lahlcspoonfuls milk and ono cupful of chopped applo. Spread on tins ,10 a thickness of Inch, creaso in sqitarcs with tho back of n knifo, and hake in it hot oven until light brown. Split and oat buttered, with coffee. Tho n'pplo mny ho omitted if desired. Kilher variety makos delicious cream or milk loast. Luncheon Nut Mufllns. Mix together ono cupful barloy or ryo flour, one cupful oat flour, ono-ha- lf (catoonful soda, ono leaspoonful baking powder and ono leaspoonful salt; add ono cupful sour milk, nnd one-ha- lf cupful molasses. Stir well together and add cupful chopped nuts and, if wished, lh cupful raisins," coarsely shopped. These mufllns may bo mado of sweet milk by omitting tho soda and using thrco lenspoonfuls baking-powde- r. onoln-hlepoonful ful hs J able-bodi- ed iamoo t, n. -1 i."' t. poultry keepers nenr them to In tho production of fowls, for New Opportupltles for Specialists to laying especially. Such an arrangement Is to thu ndvontnRo of both. With Raisers In Dest It reduces the cost of getting good stock Production. to the grower und the risk on growing (Prepared hjr (he United Htntca Depart stock to tho breeder. ment of AgrlcuHuru.) The success of this lino of work nnd n While the main effort In tho depends very lnrgely upon to IticroiiKe the nation's stocks of early hntchlng, anil thnt In turn deproductive poultry Is to bo directed to pends much unon f ho brooders beeln- the general farmer nnd the city householder, It does not follow that tho specialist In poultry production cannot render good norvlco In this cause. He may find It deslruhlo and conducive to his Krenter profit to diversify his farming by devoting more attention to live stock olden than poultry und to producing n larger proportion of his feedstufrt on his own urmiml. It may bo doubtful In some cases jjjjjjj whether a npocltil poultry farm can operate profitably along thu same lines as In tho past. Tho grower of table poultry can uso his stock, plant und equipment for production along some other lino that will bo profltnlilo at this time. Indeed, In most cases be must so udnpt lils bu.sinesM to Changed conditions or uncrlllco what ho has Inenm-pnlg- TO INCREASE POULTRY STOCK n aiiit I u ,,, ff,i"r!l!ba;e,f!;0"" Z3.r. V: T.!" TCf. ro-pa- nlng at once to Interest their neighbors In growing chickens for them. Whether ho farms out stock or not, every poultry keeper who looks forward to better times In poultry culture vantage of tho "farming out" 'method should do his part to bring them, by of producing stock In quantity. Farm- producing all that be can haudlo at ers who nro Interested In Increasing home. and Improving their stock and town people who havo room to grow moro Just before ho died, Tlicodoro chickens than they wish for them selves will In many cases find It nn lloosovelt roquosled tho Red Cro?H to grow stock for a breeder lo glvo hig $6000 sharo of tho Noblo In their vicinity. With so much new Poaco Prize lo tho Fronch vlllugo Interest developing, It should bo easier whoso rcsldonls havo cared for his tlmn.usuul to cet. breeders and tho son Qucntlu'a gravo. vested In It. Kvery farmer that becomes Inter ested In Increasing and Improving his farm poultry, nnd every town resident who begins to keep poultry In the buck yard Is going to buy stock or eggs for hntchlng, or baby chicks. This should cuuse at leant tho normal demand for birds, eggs, and stock In tho early part of tho year, and also stlmuluto demand for pullets In tho fall. Tho attention of poultry breeders who wunt to produco to meet popular demands mny well bo called to the ad- A nomical Family. Eggt and Flock Produces EcoMeat for the Krlinmry 13, 1010. the crrrzBn AIRPLANE LANDED ON ROOF IN PARIS Pago Sov LEAGUE Or PEACE Tho Now York Evening Post of January fl, gavo protnlnenco to an Important nddress delivered boforo tho family nnd students of Columhi University, by Dr. William F. Slo cum of the Kxccutivo Commillco of (By ney. ! II. KlTZWATKIt, the Leaguo to Fnforco Pcaco. Doctor D. D., undue l ii by llir National Woman's Slocum said in part: Tenclir of Knxlliih Illhle In th Moody IllbU Institute of Chlcnuo ) nriHiiAn Tiiipernrt union.) "Thrco things aro evident to ono (Opjrlihl. litis, Wntrrn .Vw.Pip.f i'alm.) THE DEATH S0N0 OF DEMON RUM who Is a student of international history; first, if thero is not n strong LESSON FOR FEBRUARY 23 and permanent union or tho nations I nm tlyirif,', swiftly living, But I'vo fought a stubborn fight. of tho world in tho interest of tho THE BREACH OF THE COVENANT AND MOSES' PRAYER FOR IS For ewilurles I hiive stood tlefylnK 'higher welfare of nil nations, there RAEL. cannot bo a stable and lasting peace I ho olcriiHl powers of right. second, if tho Government of the My lie Ud With Missionary Applies "Might makes right," my ensign bold, United Slates does not give its gen I.UBHON TK.KT-Kol- ua Lies trampled, lorn nnd Boro do crous and hearty support to a union 1J .1.114 OOMJKN TK.YT-- Th nfffctuiil fervent faced, of nations, it will never come into Jirayrr of n rUhtcous nian avallelh much.-Jun- im Nor nil tho powers of honored gold existence; mid third, If the work jf 5:l. ADMTION AI, MATi:itlAl,-Deu- t. Can glvo to mo my wonted place, such a league of nations is not Knh 1 IMI, James I'ltlMAItV TOPlr-A- ik Oo,l'a help for broadly and permanently construct For I nm ilyinif, surely dying, other. Memory Vera J nina !. JUN10U TOIMC-PrayThe falal shaft has found Its mark. ive It will bo a failuro even if It is for oilier ropi Through ngng past, there's no deny organized. INT lllKOIATK 'This country has now taken ucl for (A. r Ing, BKNIDIt AND AIHM.T TOIMC-T- he I've led (ho wny through realms of a place of leadership among tho nn or lntrt-eiorprayer. vaiua lions of tho world that its action is dark. itrueial In deciding whether this I.cs tlinn lt weeks Irnvp i'lnped since Irni'l took the onth of nlleKlnncp I'vo lii'on a uur.to upon tho earth, .shall bo the last great war. It hold to Jolinrnh. In ps ihnn forty ilnys A hlighl to countless human souls in its grasp in exceedingly im they iJnKnintly lircnk the first mid sec- - I'vo dimmed tho llres upon tho portant respects, the decision of the ond commandment. hearth future of civilization in the world I. The Golden Calf (32:10). Of happy homes from polo to polo A graver responsibility never rcstcil 1. Moiph' Mny (v. 1) Thin they In upon n single people. It 13 so serious trrriri'ltil to menu .that their lender Hut I nm dying, O I'm dvlng! that if politicians use this present hml either lost III wny In the durk Yet I've served my master well. lies or hnd orlhed In the fire thnt Ten thousand thousand souls aro situation for partisan politics they arc committing a crime the danger hovered over the mount. crying 2. The people' demand (v. 1). They ous consequences of which aro be Led hy mo to endless holl. demanded of Anron thnt he make them yond estimate. a Rod to go them. Their pro- Thiso wretched ones upheld my "Tho point of failure of other fession of nlletlnnce to God collapsed penco treaties has been that the power, as soon its the fctronc personality of With mo limy spent their hard dominating clement in them has their lender wits no longer felt bqcn arbitrary and negative, such earned pelf, 3. Aaron's cownrdly compllnnce (vv lie wus iv eloquent man, hut Oh for a host like them this hour as tho unnatural fixing of state To free my bonds nnd damn them boundaries or the closing of the Incked mornl owrage. .Mnny today Dardanelles. rnn talk fluently, hut vucillnte hefore selves! the renl Istuei of life. In onier to "Tho attempt to crealo a Full many a gravo untimely flllod 'balanco of power' has never kept goln time with the rebels lie demnnd Hy fathers, mothers, broken heart ed thnt they cast off their Jewelry and the pcaco and is a misnomer and a bring It to him. lYrluips hu thoiiKht ed; misapplied term, for such a plan that their lovu for It would cnu.su them Full many a trusting wifo lies still novcr has made and never can make to forego their dvmunds, but they AH for tho lust that I'vo Imparled, it impossible for ono group of na cheerfully cave up their Jewelry for n false Rod. Anron, like many compro- Full many havo starved for want tions to impose its will unon another. mising men of this nee, ppened n door Sooner or later a conflict will ensuo of bread, which he could not shut. Or shivered for lack of decent nnd tho defeat of ono must follow I. Wanton revelry (vv. fi, 0). Seerhero must bo somo other prin clothes. ing their (llM)ltlon, Anron erected mi Full many are numbered with tho ciple of action if lasting pcaco is nltnr nnd proclaimed a fust unto to be established. This can nly dead, He no douht wished them to como as all tho nations seek together While I have taken my repose. worship the Lord through the Image, by compact and agreement to pro but he had made a cod for them nnd Hut now I'm dying, sadly dying. duCe tho best possible condition for It wan n very short step to the henth No moro I'll tako their hard earned each. en orgies connected with Idolatrous This can and ought to bo gold; worship. done so that the strength and ue No moro on friends I am relying, II. God's Ourntng Wrath (32:7-10cess of all aro found in the pros Hod's tin Hi re Is such that he cannot As did I in days of old. pority of each. This it is which tolerate-rival. No gods shall bo hewill bring a constructive lifo into fore his fare. The rival must he re For they arc gone, I am forsaken, moved or the people must he consumed Save by a few who still hold fast, all the world nnd drive out those destructive principles of action with divine wrath. God does not own Hut I am dying to ne'er awakon, them ns his xople, for they had cast My soul reward's a blighted past. which over in tho end lead to war him off. I. 11. Long, both in a group of federated states III. The Mediation of Motet (32:11 or a federated group of nations, o H). empires. The declaration of u divine purpose STRONG DRINK IS BARRED The best illustration of an op to destroy the Israelites did not deter From the vicinity of the con I mines. portunity for a constructive treaty XI oses from making Intercession for From the vicinity of the shipyards. of peace and tho true, mission of a them. What was his threefold pleuj From the vicinity of the munition leaguo of nations will bo found in (vv. 11. 12. 13). plnnts, Moses knew full well thnt the people From the vicinity of the steel plnnts, tho Halknn situation. It is not truo thnt theso peoplo aro inevitably From the vicinity of the war train deserved to die, therefore he could not plend any merit on their pnrt. Ills ing camps. doomed to light each other. Austria plea was based wholly on God's pur From the vicinity of the army on and Russia have used them as tools pose for Israel. Through his Interces the battlefield. and embroiled them with ono sion God relent. From the vicinity of all war work another. Thoir wars aro usually if IV. Judgment Falls (32:15-35)- . plants, 1. Moses broke the tables of testi From the vicinity of the business not always traced back to tho schemo of these largo nations whoso mony (vr. emblematic of the districts, breach of their covenant with God. From the vlcluty of the resident crimes against Serbia havo been 2. Mosea destroyed the (range (v. 20) largely the causo of Balkan wars districts. and made the people drink of the waFrom tho vicinity of the factory dis Let tho leaguo of nations by means ter which contnlned Its dust, thus mak- tricts. of a strong, wise, effective commising them to experience In n physical From tho vicinity of the public sion without interfering with their sense the bitterness which results from schools, independence or cthnlo lifo help in sin. From the vicinity of tho Christian tho upbuilding of railroads, high 3. Moses showed Aaron that he was churches. ways, tho manufacturing, tho ogri Inexcusable for his part In the disWIIKIti: SHALL IT GO? graceful nffnlr (vv. culture, tho industrial education of It Is set upon by the food adminis 4. Moses called for those who would tration, theso oounlries without paupcrlza take a stand for the Lord to gird their It Is condemned by the fuel admin tion, but by generous but exact swords and slay all who stood out In istration. business principles, nnd In place, of rebellion. The tribe of Levi ranged It Is debarred by the railroad ad a constant sourco of troublo for themselves on his side and became the ministration. Kurope thero can bo a federation Instrument by which God chastened his It Is prohibited by the navy depart of independent nations that will people (vv. ment, 6. Moses confessed the great sin of It Is excluded from the army de mako Its contribution to civilization the people and begged that God would partment. and to tho pcaco of tho world. forgive them. lie was willing to sufIt Is restricted by the agricultural "Constantinople, as tho Turk has fer the punishment himself, If possible, department, shown his incapacity for govern and let the peoplo go free. The Lord It Is pronounced Illegal by the Judi ment, should bo made a freo and declared to him In answer Unit every cial department. ). neutral city where a parliament of man should bear his own sin (vv. One hy one the stntes of the Union are eliminating It Western Christian tho Halkan nations should meet to (33:1-4-0V. The Covenant Renewed liscuss their interstate problems Advocate. Such constructive work under 1. Moses' commission renewed (Ch. AS TO HOME MANUFACTURE. strong, wholesome, nnd wiso in 33). Iteplylng to the contention of the fluence will go a long way toward 2. The second tubles of the law pro- - making llquorltes thnt with nntlon-wldwar impossible" given (31:10). In the giving of these ilbltlon private stills nnd kitchen bar tables he reiterated God's Justice, but rooms will spring up nil over the land, gave purtlculur emphasis to his mercy. the National Advocate very wisely and GATHERING THEIR FORCES "The Lord God, merciful and gracious, pertinently says: During tho month of February und abundant In good'Proven fuels ns to moonshine whis members of tho M. E. Church, South, ness und truth, keeping mercy for ky milking, and the effects of It, do thousands, forgiving Iniquity and not Justify the public operation of dis- will ho asked to Join a great league transgression and sin, and thnt will by tilleries nnd breweries. A private still of prayer and it is hoped to enroll 2.000,000 Methodists In this league. no means cleur the guilty; visiting the o every squnro irille of Southern ter Iniquity of the fathers upon the chilnot be so bnd for this Plio object of tho prayer will bo to ritory could dren, nnd upon tho children's children, country ns one public brewery In every seek a deeper spirituality throughunto the third and fourth geuerntlon." county, tinder u law of the nation np- - out tho church nnd tho world, to bo irovlng It nnd sharing Its profits. invested with a now senso of tho What to Pray For. Ivll that Is biinned hy law remains n prny for ynsy lives. I'ruy thing of rebellious purpose, hut It con obligation of brotherhood as it ox- Oh, do not to be stronger men. Do not pray for never be so disastrous to the life of lends not only to tho downtrodden tasks equal to youpowers. Tray for n peoplo us n n evil made lawful un- people of Amorlca, but to tho peopowers equal to your tusks. Then the der the statute, and constantly corrod- ples of tho earth, and for n perdoing of your work shall be no miracle. of timo nnd ing the character of men, the purity sonal consecration But you shall bo a miracle, livery day of their legislation, the strength of monoy and lives by every man nnd you shall wonder at yourself, at the their common government." woman and young person who Is richness of life which has come to you affiliated with tho Methodist denomby the grace of Ood. Phillips Brooks. The University of California ha ination. In other word.s tho Meth Issued a bulletin which states that the odists dcolnro they Intend to meet Fellowship.' wln and table grimes of California, tho emergencies of theso recon Those who follow Christ are blessed now worth $4,000,000. would be worth fellowship of Christ Where with the If converted Into grape struction times by first becoming $8,000,000 share la followshlp there la fellowship slruo. Patriotic Phalanx. moro humblo followers of tho Man IMMOVED UmrOBM INTERNATIONAL SUNMTSOIOOL Lesson piperance mJOTeY OBLIGATION FACES CHRISTIAN CHURCHES Hast CMstiuize RuMStnc-lio-o Firas. METHODIST CENTENARY TASK Great Convention at Colombo Movement. Hundred Not Simply to Raise Or Million Dollars. Columbus, e 6:I-I- I. lnr TOI'IC-Intrro-il- lna: Hy making n successful landing on the roof of the Gnllerles Lafayette, a Paris department store, Jules Vedrines, n French pilot of note, established n precedent In nvlatlon. Vedrines won n prize of 2G.000 francs for accomplishing tne reat I lie roof was 02 feet wide and 75 feot long. 2-- 4). ed and, second, by render ing in His namo, practical scrvico to tho masses of humanity throughout tho world. Whether tho denomination doo3 or docs not achieve immediately all that it seeks, certainly tho union of 2,000,000 people in a great cam paign throughout tho length and breadth of Methodism means business, and business of tho powerful sort that commands tho admira tion of a public which needs big llgures and big thoughts to rouso tt to npjirovo. of Galilee, Aluminum Coins. Africa hns adopted the aluminum coin. Nearly 82,000,000 coins of thnt tnetnl have been struck from the British mint for circulation In Dgnnda and the Nigerian protectorates. Bach coin bears the value either of 1 eent or of 2 mills. They are perforated In the center like Chinese coins, In order that the natives may string them together. Bronze coins are In wide circulation on the west coast of Africa. In the Interior small shells known as cowries are used as fractional currency. It Is to replace the cowries that the new coins have been struck. 13 Dollars-- 13 ). Cents made no profit Or, if we had received a quarter of a cent per pound less for dressed beef we would have made no profit y It is doubtful whether any other business is run on so close a margin of profit This is bringing the producer and the consumer pretty close together which should be the object of any industry turning raw material into a useful form. 13 dollars per hundredweight for live beef cattle last year, the profit was only 13 cents! In other words, if wo had paid $13.13, we would have paid, say, When Swift & Company 15-1- Its own community; To secure one hundred and sixteen million .dollars m the next flee years for the extension o vital Trsstlijiis work; To secure much needed additional trained workers to meet the needs of the home and foreign field; To extend the work so as to msca more adequately take advantage of "A (Spcctal.) 0. program for Christian reconstruction." This theme, considered the most ever adopted by a mod-or- n Protestant church, brought together In a thrco days' convention over 4,000 Methodist mlnlstora and laymen from the Cincinnati area at tho Methodist Centenary convention last week. This area, ono of 20 Into which the country baa been divided for this movement, includes Ohio, Kentucky and southern Indiana. In striking language, representatives of many fields of workl activity, painted the opportunity now facing the Christian churches to bring tho gospol to hungry people of many lands and to Intensify the work so as to meet the neds of the 'home Held In America. Strong emphasis waa placed upon the fact that the world Is very different from what It was In 1914, and that a church program, seemingly adequate then, Is wholly Inadequate now. "Pacing as we do omergenciea in Amorlca and Europe and in the rest of the world that simply will not wait, we aro challenged to show whether or not we man business about Christ's basin ess," was the typical expression of Dr. Ralph S. Cuauman of the Central New York conference. Dr. L. O. Bowers, member of the national campaign committee of the d obligaCentenary, outline! a tion facing the Christian churchoa. This obligation, he said, is: First The Chrktlanitittton of the processes of reoonstrBCtioa. Second The conservation and harnessing of spiritual force generated through this world straggle to a program for the conqeoat of the world for democracy and righteownesi. To meet the demands of seb a program, the Methodist charca, Lbrovgh the Centenary, seeks: To enroll at least 20 per teat of Its Baembershlp as regular Utfaars; To enroll an oqual niaber of members as "interceseors,' members who pledge themselves to make dally prayer for the evangelisation of the world a vital part of their daily Uvea; To so organize and intensify the life of each local charca so that k may do a much more vital work la world-widtwo-fol- 80-35- ). o Commission'investigation, upon which Congress is asked to base action against the industry. Book. This remarkable showing is due to enormous volume, perfected facilities (packing plants strategically located, branch houses, refrigerator cars, etc.), and an asmy of men and women chosen and trained to do their special work. This, and many other points of interest, are found in the Swift & Company Year Book for 1919, just published which is brought out for tht public as well as for the 25,000 Swift & Company shareholders. The Year Book also represents the packer's side of the Federal Trade the opportunities presented to Ism Christian church. "Toe Centenary answers the question how to bring the local cfawrcn to the new (plrit of coosecratlesi, program of the through tts four-fol- d stewardship of' prayer, of life, and Intercession and education," sasd osm of the speakers. Great Service Flag. Otve of the most striking hnrlii to ever soen at a convention In Colam-ba- a occurred at tho Centenary convention when a great service flag, eommemoratlng the service of Methodist boys in the Ciacinaatt' area, was borne across the stage by fifty veterans. The flag, MO yards long and one yard wide, contained 31,090 stars, of which 1,090 were in gold. Mrs. Logan Peland of Now York city, wife of the marines' captain who led the first charge after Ceneral Pershing's troops reached France, sang the "Star Spangled Banner," as tire service flag was brought upon the stage. "Such a sight as this is certalaty a call to life service," said Diaoop Warno of India. Cincinnati Area Apportionment. Uy a standing vote the convention gavo enthusiastic approval to the large Centenary program. Keeole g Many who have never heard the packer's side are sending for the Year Would you like one ? Merely mail your name and address to the Chicago office and the book will come to you. Address Swift & Company Union Stock Yards, Chicago 1 tioas adopted say: "Wo accept Cincinnati area's apportionment (for the fund of $115 000,000) of U,5S3,39 and, trusting in Joans Christ as oar Loader, wei will put oursttlves mxWr the task ot raising the apportionment and maV sag tho Cunteu&ry a success m the Ctnetonatl area. "With oar hoarU deeply stirred bp the noble sacrilke the LOOO Methodist men of this area who have lass the ssroute sacrifice in beh&U of bsh man freedom and Justice In the of this glorious land of ous. havo made, and chosen in this hoar of deetiay to lead the world In tae realization ot the idoals of a Christian Democracy, we hereby pledge ourselves to this supreme undertaking of making Jesus Christ regnant kn the Uvea sad hearts of aU men." tto-fvn- Pngo Eight THE CITIZEN February 13, 1910. East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else No correspondence published unltea signed In full bjr the writer. Th nma It not for publication, but as n evidence of (food faith. Writ pUlnly. GUARD RELIEF ON THE RIVER RHINE ARMED STRIKERS RULE BUTTE,MONT. I. W. V. Members Refuse to mit Miners to Go to Per- (Cnpl. Davis is quilo sick at this JACKSON COUNTY Mlddlo rork writing with , a severe attack of nr. isnmnei, or WinTho Hovn. riicumaiism. Middle Fork, Fob. 0. Mossrs. Lewis nud Halley will chester, was called to see him ono Jack Harris and prcaoh nl lliis placo llio second Sat- day last week. Work. U.S.TROOPS NOW 7 ON GUARD urday and Sunday in this month. SoomI of Mrs. l.ontlm Tussoy's olilldren and grandchildren visited lior on lier seventieth birthday, FebPclo Bowman Is liming ruary 2. his tan bark hauled this week. il Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson and daughter, Forest, visited at Bert lit-l- Summers' Saturday and Sunday. Thoro are a few new cases of flu in (bis neighborhood. Willio Parrolt suoms lo bo improving of pneumonia. ESTILL COUNTY Witt Thcro is quilo a Witt, Feb. 3. lot of sickness in this neighborhood. Several have Iho flu; and somo the smallpox. The Ilev. Mr. Dannie from Waco filled his regular appointment at Wisemantown Sunday. Sunday-schoand Epworth Lea-gu- o meet every Sunday afternoon at Wisemantown. J. W. Itiddlo Sevis very sick at this writing. eral from hero attended County Court at Richmond, Monday. Locust Branch Locust Branch, Feb. 8. Died, the seventh, Mrs. Lula Oliver, at her home at Locust Branch. Sho leaves a husband and live children and a host of friends lo mourn her loss.' lier remains were laid to rest in tho family burying ground. Sho died of double pneumonia. Wo arc hav- -' ing some nice weather for this timo of tho year. Tho farmers arobusy plowing their sod land for tho year.' Mrs. Sarah Campbell, who has. been visiting her daughter for a few days, has returned home. Hurrah for Tho Citizen. ol . Thomas Curtis wore at Lexington the past week on a business mis Chas. Nelson sold to Snl sion. ney Easter a farm of twenty-seve- n acres and improvements, situated on tho Hardwick's Creek road, for tho sum of $500. Aunt Hot. Smith'" heirs sold Ihoir place, tho past week, acres for consisting of twenty-tlire- o Hie sum of $323. 0. L. Daniel was Mrs. Charley tho purchaser. Welch was taken to the Dr.Sprague sanitarium at Lexington for treat moot of lier nerves, ono day last Charley Welch, .1. M. Ken-no- n, week. B. F. Curtis and others loaded a car of shoals at this point, tli Leonpnst week, at 12 per cwt. ard Patrick has purchased one-ha- lf Daniels' general interest ih O. store, near is located which Vaughn's Mill. Willi host wishes to tho great Citizen family of happy readers. Gov. Lister Told by Secretary of War All Necessary Will Oe Given Him In Coping With Strike at Seattle. Seattle, Wash., Feb. 10. I.nbor stood by without protest nnd saw Seattle re. sutne Industrial activity stood on the side lines nnd accepted tho ultimatum of the mayor without n hnnd to stay It. Promptly nt 8 o'clock, thu hour set, business got under wny, nnd nt U o'clock thu hour set by Hit-- strikers for decision, there wns no inovo from labor. Hutte, Mont., Fob. 10. Following plnns ngreed upon nt nlpht nt n meeting nt the I. W. V. hendipmrlers, hundreds of strikers, ninny of them armed, turned hnck men who sought to go to work. As n result mining Is ' This photograph of the Amorlriiu iirmy of occupation piinril relief nt n icntry pot,on tho Rhine nenr Conic tiz. application for the immediato .discharge of Waller Caldwell, hei grandson, who is in the U. S. service, in New Jersey. It is hoped that Walter will get his discharge at once for he is badly needed at honi". William Henry has been buying Roy Botkin caltlo in tins vicinity. and Moso Mucbins have been attending the tobacco sales in Richmond for tho past Week. Cornelius Pickard fa visiting in Wallaceton. John Pickard and family returned lo thoir home in Dayton, O. Tlie had been on an extended visit m Waljaeeton ami Knox county. George Botkin of Lexington culled on his uncle, Dan Botkin, Friday evening. Samuel Wilford of 'Possum Kingdom is through grading tobacco for Ihe farmers and ha taken up his old business, buying Tho farmers and soiling horsos. have begun sowing tobacco beds in this vicinity. The flu is not so bad now; tliero are no new cases to report. The health of this neighborhood is very good at present. CURRENT EVENTS from Po rrra) .union lnborvra quit worn, thoun the engineers In the municipal Uchtlnx (Continued In (ierumny shows W. hall nt 0 o'clock tn tho morning nnd loft for the vnrlotn mines In deInrgo enough to picket tho tachment various nvennos of appronch. Miners In several Instances wero woylnld nnd bonton. Mechanics, whose unions hn'o taken no notion In respect to n strike, were held up and sent back from the mines Uiy tho strikers. Soldiers Guard Mines. Soldiers f thu I Itli regular Infantry later wore sent to the mines nnd now nro guarding Ihe approaches to tho vnrloiM properties. Their assist-michowever, came on hour nfter the morning shift wns to go to work and by Ihe time they were patrolling the streets leading tn the mines tho pickets hud nucceeded In turning bark the miners who wanted to work. Troops to Help Curb Seattle Strike. Olympln, Wash., 10. Gov. Feb. Kruest Mster has Iho promise of thu secretary of vnr that nil necessary ufll be given him "In raping with fnivsllile strike troubles nt Seattle nud Tacoma, and the situation Is tinrhaiiKcd In that regard," n statement Issued from the governor's olllcu said. Seattle Runs "Jitneys." Seattle, Wash., Feb. 10. automobile "Jitney" service wns Inaugurated In .Seattle to break tho strike. In compliance with the mayor's tiltltiintum.thnt the strikers would have to call off a sympathetic strike or he would operate all essential Ind OWSLEY COUNTY CLARK COUNTY Flanagan Flanagan, Feb. 10. Mrs. Susie Bruins, who lias been in tho Winchester hospital for several weeks, was brought back to her home ono day last week. James Demon and son, James Ilussell, Jr., from Paris, wero visitinj his mother, Mrs. Lucy Beldon, at tin's place, ono day last week. Misses Mattio and Cora Johnson are quite sick with influft, enza at this writing. Robert who has been sick for several months, is slowly improving. Mrs. Emma Allen was shopping in Winchester ono day last week. Bc-cro- "Island City Island City, Feb. 8. There was a service at High Knob Sunday conducted by the Rev. A. D. Bowman, pastor. The flu is still raging in some parts. An initial gift of $15,000 is announced by tho Centenary Council of the North Indiana Conference. Tho oil men are hindered at present on account of the drill being conilned in the well. We are expecting several wells to be drilled in the early future. All our place needs is development to And the main fountain; it is suro hero; they have struck the oil throa times. A lot of young folks attended church at Walnut Grove Sunday. Tho Centenary Movement will be of great to tho local assistance churches where the churches are properly organized and arranged lo carry out its full meaning Intercession, Stewardship, Education and Lifo Service. Born to the wife of. James Peters, a tine boy, December 25; his namo is Earl Tyo Peters. Silas Fields, who has been sick for some lime with dropsy, is better at present. We are delighted witli our beautiful winter; "it is much tho opposite from last winter. The Island City, correspondent would like to know tliru tho Gray Hawk news when it would bo safe to call tho church together for preaching. ScoviHe !.:., .so. ;i iiiImm! l.21(ifip l.'tl. while ear $1..VJJ1.I, jelinw ear practically Riipondtil. Cut In Wages Drlnos Strike. $I.37tfl.-tt- . The dollar n dny wngu cut Is made Sound liny Timothy, per ton, rnne-c- tho basis for the strike resolutions, from Sound clover mixed $2r.7.n J7.75, anil miiiiiiI clover which term the reduction In pay cnii'so for the workers to open their "class r duy, n $0 war" to secure u mnnd-nr- d 01 Ontf No. whlto to demonstrate to "Seattle while OtfltUHc, No. .'! wh.M COM scale and comrades that Itntte labor Is In symCfClc, mixed ;7&!Sc. pathy with them." Butter, Eggs and Poultry. No Call for Troops. Butter Whole milk creamery exTliero nre several hundred soldiers tras 47c, centralized creamery extras In the city. Their aid bus not been 4.r.V4c, firsts asked. Doubt that the strike will asKbri Prime firsts 40c, firsts ;i9c, sume serious proportions because of ordinary firsts fiflc. the lack of stipiMirt of Ihe American Live Poultry Springers under 3 Federation of Ijibor was expressed lfis, 3Tic; fowls, 5 lbs mill over, IWV; on nil sides. do 314 lbs and over, 'JOc; roosters, .'Uc The nickels cnthered nt tho I. V. mixed 5I.K11. d dustrie. The four-pac- e put out a publication, distributing freo copies. The first sIcts of n brook In Iho union ranks wero marked when ono reopened and fifteen union barber-shoschools reof tho city's M'venty-nliu- t mained open throuKh the notion of their Janitors and engineers In refusing to hood tho strike order. p llc. Thoughts. Think all you speak; but speak not all Jim think: Thouits aro your own; your words nre so no more. IVlnune. The llrltlsb board of iiKrlculturo Is of the educn-In- . iir.lllt..- Hi' .1,1' i' rif.r- - ii. the establishment of wit ins ImUiUi'S. Live Stock. Cattle Shippers $12 10.50, butch, er steers, extra $130 l.ri, good to choice $ll..r0C'14, common to fair $7 cood 011.ro. heifers, extra $1 Iff to choice JlOfr 11, common to f.nr $0.50 i Gft.50, cows, extra lo.:' Calves Hxtm $10..-ifair to good' SMG1 10.23, common nnd large $7 a 12. heavy shippers $18.23, good to choice paflfers nnd , $18.23, stilus $11.4.12, eom- butchers . mon to choice homy fnt sows $11 10.23, light sMpp rs 1(1 t,lS, pigs (110 lbs and loss) $10 a 13. 12. A Field of Satisfaction Because He Sowed HUSK OSOWINQ KINO" tv HoK9--Sclcct- ed toiler Ther proJauj you. crotx. your first sowlaff will eonvln'-Ak yourtlcLlcr. LOUISVILLC SEED CO.,lnoonraUd LOUISVILLC, KY. Cs.ljll.tlr WMIIIII TH 9 tn Lawrence, Mas, struck week with 34 hours' piiy for a ami some of the lilt cotton mills In Fall IUver weru closed owing to disputes with the employees. worker 48-ho- plants wrrv rxempt. The textile THREE THINGS EVERY FARMER WANTS ARE HIS HOME COUNTY PAPER HIS CITY DAILY PAPER HIS FARM PAPER With its budget of county court and political news, neighborhood gossip and personal mention o( its own adjacent communities, marriages, deaths, land sales, local crop condition reports, etc. GARRARD COUNTY Harmony Harmony, Feb. 10. Tho Flu epidemic is still raging here. Andrew Johnson lost his oldest girl a few days ago from Capt James Johnson's wife is very Old Sister low at this writing. Jane Davis, wife of W. M. Davis, and a good Christian woman, died last Saturday. Sho was laid lo rest in tho old Ramsey gravoyard near Dripping Springs. W. M. C. Hutch-in- s made appropriate remarks at tho grave. Rov. J. H. Peace, formerly of this placo but now of Colmar, Ky., was visiting at tho Rov. W. M. C. Hutchins last week, Jamos Church, one of tho oldest citizens in this neighborhood, has sold his little placo and is going to InC. F. Vanhook and Alex diana. Robinson wero visiting at' W. M. C. Wo aro Hulchins last Sunday. having real nico winter weather, and tho most of Iho farmers havo been taking advantago of it by plowing and sowing tobacco beds, and preparing for raising tobacco tho coming year. Tho corn situation is casing down in price n little, which is real good for tho poor people. Success to Tho Citizen. POWELL COUNTY Clay City Clay City, Feb. 10. Tho Scoville, Feb. 7. Messrs. Willfe Dooley, George Martin and Carl Flanery havo recently been discharged from tho army and are at home. The flu victims in this vicinity aro recovering. Tho ones that havo taken it since my last news aro Mrs. 0. J. Judd and Boy McPherson and family. Dillard Bond, who has been at Dayton, 0 for somo time, returned homo tho C. B. Rowland 3rd of this month. and daughter, Bessie Mae, who havo been sick, aro convalescent. Mas ter Vernon Judd is visiting his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L Flanery. Mrs. Elizabeth Scovillo left tho Sth for her homo at Logana. Mrs. Chester A. Gabbard, of Cin cinnati, 0, and her sister-in-laMiss Nannie Gabbard, spent Sunday January 20, with tho former's undo and family, J. W. Rowland. Messrs. Kobt. Bond and J)hn McPherson re turned from Hazard last Thursday where they had been on a jury. w. One more "crcnteM war revenue hill In the country's hMory" whs presented to the house last week hy Chairman Kltchtn of the wn.vn and Ah fixed up hy means committee. the conference It provide for th collection of about $0,000,000,000 In taxps from the American citizen, nnd In addition It Riven a bonus of $00 to each soldier, sailor, marine and woman nurse in the American forces. Pretty nearly everything one possesses or does will be subject to tux. Even the president and all other federal officials must pay tax on their lUr comex, though state officials do not. 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Caldwell was adjudged insano and was taken to Lexington asylum last Monday. Mrs. Caldwell is alono and sho has tho sympathy of tho entire neighborhood. Mrs. Caldwell has mado President of Electrical Workers Tells Men to Resume Duties at Seattle, Wash. I'. Noo-nnnetlnc president of tho International Hrotherhood of Rlectrtcal Workers, telegraphed directing nil members of his organization nt Seattle to return tn work. Darkness, he said, would Increase lawlessness. Kiel vice, most Louisville's Great National Daily, with its unrivaled State, National and Foreign News Serquoted editorial page in America and features fjr tivery member of the family. (Regular subscription price $5.00 a year.) Springfield. III.. Feb. 10. J. AND n, The Inland Farmer The South's Largest Farm Paper, edited especially for the farmers oi Kentucky, Southern Indiana, and Northern Tennessee and published twice a month. (Regular subscription price 50 cents a year.) Strike to Halt Food. 10. Shipyard Feb. 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