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Vol. XX. 4 The citizen tle to tiie Interests of Kentucky News Two Kenluckians are llslcd among n War Department announce- mom or soldiers reported released from Gorman prison camps and returned to France. They are; Adam Sword, Hay, Ky and Aaron Parry. Hod Ash, Ky. 3Eo-cm.ta..ir- L Knowledge Is Powr wdjthe People Fifty CeaU Par Year. way to kMp up rlto aofcra Knowledge is to read a fod Newspaper. I1EREA, MADISON COUNTY, KKNTUCKY, FEBRUARY 20, 1019. 1 Ono Dollar and No; 31. r Our Negro Neighbors The eolqred people have won real distinction in this war. The French and English declare that they fought as well as any soldiers in all the armies of the Allies. And we all know that according to their ability they subscribed as liberally as any of us for the Liberty Loans. And they are good citizens in the horne communities. They do our hard work. They look after things when and the boss is away. They are as as the average of white people. Now what the Citizen has to say is this: When a colored family has a bright son or daughter they have the right to send that promising child to the High School and College. That is Wilson's doctrine of "an equal chance." And we must not allow white rowdies to plague and negro neighbors. abuse their law-abidiwell-behave- U. S. News ed STRIKERS RIOT IN HUN CAPITAL World News d well-behavi- Kentucky's Great Editor Col. Henry Waterson, of the Louisville Courier-Journa- l, is probably one star whose light shines farther than that of any other star in Kentucky. His triple gifts, to see things, to tell them in a compelling way, and to touch his fellowmen in a manner agreeable and stimulating these arc gifts which the world needs and which he has given it. He has been doing these gracious and useful things for a great many years, and according to that he is now an old man. We should hardly know it in any Other way. In doing him honor we do not forget that he has brought with liim some of the mistaken views of that earlier Kentucky life which he shared in his youth. survivals as, for example, his opposition . Such inconsistent legislation, we shall not cease to regret, to temperance but they do not diminish our love and admiration. Even when in the wrong he has been a gracious and stimulat- That Lieut. Qucnlln Roosevelt was so near-sightthai ho should not have beeflTipermitled to fly and went to his death as a result of n story ofcirculated by a ficer, w(To declared he did not havo the ncrVe to go up In a machine, was thi startling statement mado The mngnillrpiit school building by an ivlator Just returning from at lluslonville, completed ill Sop h ranco! tembor at a cost of $20,000, was entirely destroyed by lire last Friday Tho Department of Labor, In ao night. The lire slurled in tho fur- cordanrfo with instructions sent to nace room. There was 810,000 in- tho commissioner of Immigration at surance on tho building. A year New YowTtlj)"crmll relatives and ago the three-stor- y brick on tho close'frhTiidsot, aliens held at Ellis silo was wrecked by a hurricano Island ter'tfepprtallon lo visit them and ruined. on personal business only. Attorneys claiming to represent tho Fire of an unknown origin started aliens will not bo permitted lo sco in the Johnson field, near Gaines- them, ljowover. ville, Allen county, and destroyed some llftccn oil tanks. Tho lire Dcspilo tho constantly increasing started ntatauk and spread rapidly. number, of discharged soldiers seekRunning streams of oil found their ing cniploymcnt, positions of tho way to Hay Fork Creek, and' the "bcltcrl class," paying from $5,000 stream was soon allre. There are to ?10,(K)0 a year, are "going begthirteen oil wells on the Johnson ging," jaccordlng to J. 0. Winslow, Held, which is tho largest in tho director of tho professional and Gainesville neighborhood. The logs special section of tho United States is not known. Employment Service Men with oxecutlvo ability, ho said, arc the In the Madison Circuit Court, ones irl demand. This condition, Mr. Judge W. R. Shackelford look the Winslpw said, is especially acute in case of Al .Morrison against tire tho expert Held which, although Louisville & Nashville railroad com- Hooded with applications from pany from tho jury and dismissed youngmcn who desire to learn tho "chair-warming" A draft of the articles of tho Society of Nations has been completed nnd is beforo tho public. England's delegates arc responsible Workers for hastening tho process so that 40,000 Warehouse President Wilson might bo nblo lo Stage Demonstration carry tho document to tho United in Berlin. Stales. Some of tho dotnlls aro thus lacking in the completeness that n longer consideration would havo FOE PROTEST TRUCE TERMS given, and will bo amended later. Assembly Asked to Adopt Resolution Containing Declaration Germany Will Not Accept Peace of Violence. Copenhagen. Feb. 17. Rioting hn broken out In Berlin, where more tlinn 40,000 warehouse workers Imvc gone on strike. It wus reported In dispatches received here. Other workers have Many busiwalked out In sympathy. ness places have been forced to close. Erfurt Redt Are Dliarmed. German government troops have Erfurt mid dlsnnned tbt Kpurtneuns there, according to udvlcer received hero todny. .Spurtacnns lire reported to have cap tured the prison In Wesol nnd to have liberated all the Inmates. Konstantln Kehrenhach, centrist, former president of the German reloh-stag- , has been elected president of the German natlorfnl assembly. Opposes Demobilization. GerCount von IlrockdorlT-Kuntr.aman foreleti wntiirv dlsciisslnc Oof President Wilson's first utterances on his return to this country wilt bo made at Hoston, where he will stay for about twelvo hours prior lo tho return to Washington. Great preparations aro boing mado for his reception and tho old Bay Stato is much gratified at tho honor that is boing given her by tho President. Xhcro is something of excellent tact, too, in this point of landing, a? Massachusetts has somo strong opponents of tho President among her citizens. Franco is still in a condition of anxiety and fear lest sho may again become an object of attack by Germany. Sho docs not feel that sho has had the satisfaction of seeing Germany fully defeated and is suspicious over many minor things. Tho American army of occupation in Germany has becomo an object of this suspicion becauso the soldiers seem lo bo getting on well with tho Germans, in some cases seeing things to approvq and admire. According to tho new armistice which Germany was compelled lo sign sho must submit to the conditions which a Leaguo of Peace render necessary. Tho fortifications in tho Island of Heligoland and on tho Kiel Canal must be reduced, tho munition works must conform to a limited output, nnd the army mus.t bo placed substantially on a peace basis. In order to remove tho need or an army the Poles aro requested to stop their operations against Germany. FUNERAL OF VICTIMS OF GERMAN REVOLUTION ing force. High Wage, High Prices Would you prefer to work for a dollar a day and buy a suit for $io.oo, or work for three dollars a day and buy a suit for $30.00? And do you know that the price of your suit depends largely upon the wages paid to plowmen and cotton-picker- s and factory hands ? are combining, and refusing to The sometimes iney work unless they can get more pay. wage-earners it a 1 n nm 4 mtflliiMlili r tr f r mm uuiii" if the raise will r cost more. The question is what is the lair distribution A factoiy sells its output of the profits of any concern. for $100,000. That is a big pile of money. First it must pay with that for the upkeep of its buildings and machinery, and interest on the money that was paid for those buildings and machinery. Then it must pay the "overhead" expenses salaries of the men who manage the business and sell the output. And the rest goes to the men" grab too large salaries workers. If the "over-hea- d small wages and quit. If the the workers will have too men" workers demand too large wages the "over-hea- d will go into something else and the workers will get no wages at alii Here is where we need fair arbitration. The employers who squeeze the wages to the lowest point are like Prussian tyrants. The wage earners who strike for a seven hour day are just as bad. It is stated that tho peasants in many of tho rcmoto hamlets visited A dispatch dated January 22, from had novcr seen a doctor and woro Sorroku, North Russia, tells of tlio entirely destituto of medicino of any arrival llioro of the Amorican Rod kind. Arrangements wcro mado in Cross Mission from Archangel, 320 n number of cases to liavo patients miles away. This Journoy of inves- transferred, by sled, to tho Red Cross tigation and relief by tho American Hospital at Archangel. During tho lied Cross was accomplished on h long trip many deeds of mercy woro sledges which also carried pricoloss performed, and a largo number of d medi drugs, medicines and food for tho sick wero given I cnl and surgical relief. sick and starving pooplo. THE RED CROSS IN RUSSIA ( I J much-neede- w ThedojthSicVlUriiULaurler removes rrom ianaaan"anajra a noted nnd useful political jtader. Representing the Frenph element 6N the population ho becamo a popular leader and served for a long term as primo minister of tho Dominion. Ho was a liberal in to politics and was favorable tho various programs of progress ThlM Is pun or the Immeuso crowd thut attended the public funeral of the victims of the flghUnir la Berlin Uurln which havo prevailed in Canada. the revolution. He was friendly toward closer reninny's" forelgrTpollcy lnthenew na- lations between tho United States ' llliatnnf-f- l All I n trtnv unnll. the plaintiff's petition. Tho plaintional assembly at Weimar, declared tiff sued the company for $2,000 positions calling for oxecutivo abil-- ) he had resisted and would continue and Canada. damages for being carried beyond ily and expert training. Account to resist allied attempts to make GerIt is probabld that the Pcaco Contho station while ho was a passenger ants, expert engineers and banking many demobilize all her military gress will bo largely engaged in en n train. forces. executives aro in similar great desettling details during tho absence Protests Truce Terms. mand, ho added, while tho coffeo and Weimar. Feb. 17. At the meetlni: of President Wilson in tho United Mrs. L. K. Monroe of Sinai was sugar importing business and tho Horr badly burned when a coal oil can advertising Hold offer equally at- of tho national ussembly Invltlng-th- States. His presence is regarded as from which sho was pouring oil irito tractive opportunities for tho "right Hultze put forwnrd a motionresolution necessary at tho council tablo in all assembly to adopt u large matters, since ho is known to tho cook stovo exploded. She saved men." containing a declaration that the Ger be tho spokesman for tho nation her life by jumping into a pond. man people would never accept Army discharges in demobilization peace of violence and protestin that has no selfish interests in Europe It is remarkablo that an County Tnx Commissioner Hen II. camps in the United States has against the "exaggerated" conditio!-oPresident should havo Powell has completed work on tho reached a total of 1,174,515 ofllccrs the armistice as tending to run American Germany. The resolution also pro come to such a position of influence assessor's books. The lotal valuo of and men, and tho total number asas has fallen to tho lot or Mr. Wilproperty in Madison county is signed for demobilization was 1,501.-00- 0. tvh against tho denial of self-termination to son. Tho responsibility is as great shown to bo, oxclusivo of exempOf these discharges 71,235 wero I'hlllpp Scholdenmnn. the ehntioeiv as tho privilege. tions $22,023,152, an increaso of officers. In the new Gonunn government. ''" over tho year beforo. terday showed hlinelf able to hn!i David Francis, tho American amTwelvo persons woro injured, llt contllctlnc demonstration In tb Kentucky several seriously, when a steel gird- new national assembly with 110 fig bassador to Russia, is on tho way Live stock on farms in country. Ho has stood on January I, 1919, was worth er protruding from a flat car of a of being Intimidated by the wlldcs back to this opposition or moved by tho most so by his post and its dlfllculties with compared to $158,587,000 on west-boufreight train early on tin Jnnuary i, 1918. This was duo part-- il Saturday tore ono side from threo vero heckling. No speaker, since wn much determination, leaving only meeting of the national assembly when his lifo was in danger. It is (o increased number of all stock parlor cars on tho opened has been so outpol;cn toward believed that ho will havo much to except horses, which decreased F,xpross on tho his opponents. Ono of the Incident' slightly during tho year, and partly Pennsylvania railroad at Oakdalo, of bis speech was reference to Au say about conditions in Russia that will bo helpful at this limo when greater valuo per head of all near Pittsburg. Tho injured, somo trla's reluctunce to Join Germany. to kinds of live stock in Kentucky of whom wero women, wero taken said: "Wo desire no reluctant nilher tho nations aro perplexed with tho compared to prices January 1, 1918. lo Pittsburg hospitals. Both trains tnts'.'and by tho same token nobody problem and cannot agreo on a Tho porcentngo of increaso in valuo wero moving slowly when tho sixty-fo- ot wishing to Join us should be prevent courso of action. There threat In was greatest on milk oows and girder, believed lo havo been ed." warning: was almost a Is nblo to his "Tho entente sheep. Jolted from lis position on tho flat force any kind of peace on Germany, An important meeting of socialcar, struck tho oxpross. It toro tho but If It Is nn unjust peace, 70,000,000 ists has, been going on in Bcrno, Thomas Henry Clay, Jr., 13 years roof from ono of tho sloe! parlor people In their henrts will never for- Switzerland, lor somo time. Thoy old, died at his homo in Bourbon cars and ripped tho sido from all give or forget." aro discussing questions or labor county nt an early hour Saturday three. anil their proceedings merit much morning, February 15, following nn Most of tho injured wcro cut by DRY DELEGATES TO FRANCE attention. Tho plans advocated aro illness of several weeks duration flying glass. Several womon fainted radical nnd rarrcaching in scope. from heart trouble. and woro. trampled in tho panla Antl. Saloon League Sends Agents to A plan to nalionalizo Industry of tho the Peace Conference Mr. Clay had a national reputation which followed tho crash. Inrger sort is suggested. Thoy nlm, In Paris. as a being champion moreover, nt n greater union of of Kenlurky for sovoral years, and labor rorces than has existed before. Liberated Countries GraietuI for Wostervlllo. ().. Feb. 17. Natlonnl having defeated somo of tho crack Food Relief league Labor has also forced its claims on headquarter of tho or tho Fast and South. Ho shots Ac cording to n rocent statomentl hero announced that the league had tho Peace Congress which is giving was appointed by Governor Stanley by Herbert C. Hoover, Dlreotor Gen-- J sent a delegation to tho peace confer- much attention to tho subject. a member of tho Stnto Gamo nnd oral of Rollcf, "tho passago by tho ence at Paris to ask that tho United Fish Commission, nnd during tho Amorican Congress of tho bill np- -j States "tie protected In Its prohibition representaPeru has sent as greater pari of his lifo had taken a preprinting $100,000,000 for roller In by Mich trade agreements as will not tive to the United her States, Francis embarrass It when It puts prohibition decided interest in having enacted F.uropo, will lift a load or rear from Into effect." League olllrlals also an- Tudela. Ho comes ns an ambassador and enforced laws for tho preserva- tho hearts of millions of pooplo.", nounced that the work of the n nnd Is tho first to havo that diplotion of gamo and fish in tho Stato. league U to bo extended to nil matic rank as Peru has formerly Tho nows of the passago or this' measuro was flashed by wireloss lo of tho large countries of the world sent only ministers. It is suggestive whero-thdistressed Arrangements uru being mude to Zea- of changed relations that aro taking y tho countries Under eflloienl control of tho a prohibition rampalgu In New of the Stato Collogo of Agricul-(Conllnu- populations havo been looking to- -' I land, und a league olllcu will be opened olaco between tho United Slates and ward tho United Stalos for holp. on Pigs rift) South American countries. In Melbourne. 1: Alsace-Lorraine. 22 $177,-300,0nd oast-bound 11 trap-shootAntt-Saloo' Antl-Saloo' ta-;o fno-ult- CONTENTS PAOE 1. MICKIE Negro SAYS " Hditoriuls: Our Kentucky's Neighbors; Editor; High Wages, High World News; U. S. Stato News. Items. fOlO Nfc EVER. NOTICE Ureal Pricoi. News; PAGE 2. PAGE 3. Sooioty School News. Soldiers' Letters. Sorial Story. fHE FEU.ER WHO GOES, AROUN S&VlrV WE "DON'T ONjeRTISIN'" RELIEVE IN IS AUVJftSS tAftHIN SOME OTHER STONE AOe CRACK. SOCH fcS " AUTOS AINT CONvS TO THENRE JEST fS STAN PASSIN' F AO PAGE . Local News. PAGE 5. Kducatioiinl Free for Housewives.. Current Kvent Jlevlow. PAGE C. Homo and Farm Depart- ments. PAGE 7. S. S. Lesson. Tcmpornne? Notes. General Items. PAGE 8. KT Eastern Kentucky News. REQUEST A MODEST "Doar teacher," wroto littlo Edith's mothor, "plcaso oxouso Edith for not coming to sobool yesterday. Sho foil in tho mud. By doing tho same you will greatly obligo, Her Mother." Ladies Homo Journal. Pago Two THE CITIZEN Fobruary 20, 1010. School News from Various Departments A BETTER FIWANCIAL SYSTEM Soldiers' and Sailors' Letters From tlif 3 we may concludo that Ehrcnbriclsloln, Germany, 1st until November II. Wo could llio poor counties arc willing lo tax January 28, 1010. seo aeroplane fights every day. Wo themselves oven when no premium To Tho Citizen: were never in tho front lino, but (Continue., from last week.) ly Tho above ' .lethod of distribullng is placed upon their doing so. Well, most of tho A.E. F. men wo were just back of tho lino buildllicy would be moro willing have boosted lliolr outfit in somo ing roads for the artillery lo move funds woul , havo two merits: it would slimulato local taxation and to levy lax iC to do so was a direct' paper: but I liavo nover seen any up. We were between tho big guns ut would favor tho poor county that financial gain. When It is pointed thing about tho First Pioneer and the dough boys. Shells were that theso 32 poor counties aro fanlry. I will try 16 wrlto a few Hying over our heads both ways and Was willing to tax heavily tho wealth It possessed. A county having tax- also tho counties, standing highest words about it to show llio people some falling around us. ly After the armistice was signed able wealth of ?2,000,000 and an area In per cent of illiteracy wo may that wo liavo not been enjoying concludo that tho method of seises in some bombproof rest camp, we started for the Rhine river and factor of three, would pay, upon a lovy of 3 mills, $6,000 for employ-incu- t distributing money outlined above Wo landed at Drcst,' " France, made it in fourteen days. The disof teachers and receive from will not mililato against either tho July 18, 1018. On August 1st, wo tance was 211 mile. So I think the hiked lo Clcrglcr, pn tho Chalcau- - First Pioneer Infantry deserves as tin state, under the above cond- poor or (ho ignorant county. Sucli fundamental changes a havo Thierry front. Wo mado tho trip much praise as any other outfit. itions $10,381.21; while a county with taxable wealth or $12,000,000 and tho been suggested, a part of which of flfly-(w- o We aro now at Klirenbrletsleln, miles In thrco days, would demand an amendment to (ho Wo reached Clcrgior on Monday Germany, Just across the Rhine same area factor would, by a Most of the levy, pay $12,000 tax and receive .onslitutinn, may seem dillicult loj night and found that llio Amorirans river from Coblenlz. from llio stato $3,316.08. In this way btain. but tho educational forces of had driven tho Germans from that boys in this regiment are from Kenn poor county, by a levy of 3 mills, llio Stalo can sccuro what they wish town on Saturday night. tucky and it is a tine bunch of boys. Wo were on that front for more would receive $10,318.21 from local if they can onco learn what that is We are all trying to lie patient, tax and stale fund combined, whiio and stand for it. And what mi ilno than a month. We went up ns flr while waiting for our turn to cross llio rich county would receive, by n thing it would bo if wo could all as Fismer and (hone the slfplls and the pond again. Hut it is a bard levy, $15,316.08. The poor light shoulder lo shoulder for a bombs fell around us all the time. job, for we all- - want to see our Wc wcro there in reserve, but wo homes again soon. $1.66 from tho change in our constitution county would receive v If vv can once free our slato and did not know what wo ,wcfo thero state for each dollar of lax it paid, Hoping this will And a place in while the rich county that could county school organizations from the' for until we were taken back to Tlie Citizen I am as ever, secure an ample school fund by a handirnp of political entanglements; Ilonrhers, after spending thrco days The Citizen readers' friend, prosmall levy, would receive but 30 secure a strong, 2001895 at Fismer. Wo were taken to tho Verdun cents for each dollar paid. This fessional slato board of education to Pvt. E. E. Wallace. seems fair, for the state would bo select n capable state superintendent, front, and remained thero until Hq. Co, 1st Pioneer paying in proportion (o willingness who could work with adequate re- - after tho nrmistico was signed. Wo InL A. E. F numeration and a frco hand; and wcro under sboll llro from August and not in proportion to wealth. In order to make clear tho work- adopt a melhod of distributing our ing of Ibis llircc-fol- d method of ap state funds, such as would give our down to her homo and Mrs. Haird Tho Whistling Mother, by Grace 8. portioning the Stale fund the dis- schools ample support and stimulate seconded it. So the Seniors havo Richmond; Home Fires In Franco, by Dorothy Canlleld; pronounced tribution is presenled below in full right development we will be in a two events to look forward to. a one of Hie best war books; written for Washington county with u position, lo launch out upon an' Saturday night, the ladies of of educational growth that will! cational faculty gave a play in tho especially to give those at home the wealth of $6,000,000 and an area of 299 square miles, anil for Jackson nut us well to the front in the field attic. The following dressed as the impression that tho soldiers aro county with a wealth of $2,000,000 of public education a placo which. characters indicated, and they cor- - getting in Europe; Talking Leaves; and an area of 333 square miles. in my opinion, we can never hope tainly ,did their parts well The and Tho Real Front, by Chulo. Assuming a levy of one mill for lo reach with our present antiquated program for tho evening was: Some other additions are: An InWashington counly and three mills organization and financial system.. Introduction Father (Miss House), troduction to Social Psychology, by Orchestra, "Overture," Horn (Miss Elwood; The Gospel of the Working CHAS. D. LEWIS for Jackson county, the result would Guitar (Mrs. MoVcy). World; God and the Soldier, by Mac-lobe as follows: . Ifouso), Itnnll Vtnlfn ttt Pinnn IUI Washington County School Funds & Sclatcr; Athlctio Training, ACADEMY" Dizncy). Trombono (Miss Berg). by Sergeant Hilik; Winning and From State by present apportionA limeir Tnouoftt ment, $23,128.81. Mandolin Miss Omlon). Etikaleli Wearing Shoulder Stripes, by Lieu inrougn ail mo ages of man, thero tenant-Colon(Miss Childs). From State by proposed apporMartin, a real char nas nover ficen a timo when people Reading tionment: Drothcr (Miss Childs); acter book; and the School of Life, uemaiKieu so rnucli thoughtful do- - Cabcrct Dance Sister (Mrs. MoVoy), by II. VanDyke. For teachers employed: 75 elcmcnlarv teachers. 87.500.00 cismn as in wo present aay. now Brother (Miss Opdcnl: The Ouartettn 3 high school teachers, 600.00, channels aro being opened, Father (Miss Ifousnl. NORTH CAROLINA SOCIAL turning point in tho long road of: Mother (Miss Hordl. Brother (Miss For aggregalo daily atMonday evening, February 17, all sorrow ana suircnng nas been tendance of 370,640 days Childs, Sister (Mrs. McVey) North Carolina students from the at 2.7 cents per day .... $10,007 J28 reacnea, ana a now and brighter era Paper Afflicted Sister, various departments held an "ac us. our tendency hero-t3,11653 awaiis For tax levy, 1 mill Duet Sister (Miss Dizncy), Bro quaintance," reception in Vocational fore has been, oftentimes, to rushj thcr (Miss Ogdcn). Chapel. After llio Grand March, $21,223.87: ir'to things with no thought or con-- ( Grand Finale Total from Slato Entire Family. several musical numbers wero rend 6,000.00 sideralion of what the outeomo mayi From local tax ercd. Professor Bowman and Dean be, and tho result very often proves' UTILE DULCE OPEN MEETING Edwards gavo very interesting talks Total for teachers ....$27,223.87 disastrous, not only for ourselves,! "A Full Hearted Meeting' was the about tho homo state. At the close but for others. This tendency Is duo' characterization that wns civmi lo of the evening delightful refresh Jackson County School Funds From Stato from proposed appor- perhaps to a desire to becomo great Hie Utile Dulce open meeting by ments wcro served. tionment,' $23,371.25. "mi pumuiis uio greatest ining is tnose who hail the honor or allcnd-l- o remain faithful lo tho dutlo? ing it. For 78 elementary teacher $ 7,800.00 Y. M. a A. NOTES assigned to us, even though it might Manv a heart was cut out to deco-For attendance on aggre Tho Y. M. C. A. meeting Sunday be monotonous details. Since every ' rate llio East Parlor for tho gate of 390,000 at 27 cents impression Is enduring, every act swij. These were purple and gold, evening was given to tho discussion per day .1 of the ways in which tho lives of leaves somo mark on tho lifo itself representing the society colors. For tax levy of 3 mills .... 13,266 .36 Washington nnd Lincoln had been as won a on others. Wo should The Program was very tasteful helpful to tho boys. 8loP and think twico before any and refined with echoes from St. $31,782.60 Total from stato Many took part and all wcro very 6,000.00 dcoislvo action is laken, and thus Valentino's Day; ripples from ths County lax, 3 mills avoid losing our places In tho affairs old mmtl, music and wit. There enthusiastic. Doctor Meado gavo a f today. Wo arc-- a moro serious was also a selection by Mr. Victrola live talk in which ho commented on $37,782.00 Total school fund Washington's sterling character and One point merits consideration yet minded people sinco this great world who look stage fright ami had to on Lincoln's humor and rigid hon Wo havo becomo less frivo- - sit down. in regard to this third method of esty. apportionment. At tho outset, many Ions and thoughtless, and havo como Tho visitors went away with Tho evonlng wns brightened very might rail lo lovy tax, in. 1 realize that real lifo Is of lovejpy smiles on their faces. much by a vocal solo sung by which case, they would rcceivo nono sacrifice, and tho desiro lo make tho lietlio O'Roark. of this-par- t of tho stato fund. It wholo world better than over before. PI OPEN MEETING Havo you been over In tho Y. M. should bo provided that, while no So wo as students should take life Tho pj gjrg gav0 n pquantly de-t- C. A. building lately? would mean no benefit, tho coun-- 1 moro seriously and put forth our liuhtful cnterlainmcnt to tho vis- w Sinco tho first order of games lies .levying tax would not bo ablo best efforts while wo havo tho op ilors from Alpha Zeta and Phi Delta camo in last week 296 men havo lo obtain the whole of this portion portunity. Anon Saturday evening. President Tom-m- mado uso'of them. Tho rooms of of the state fund. This could bo Russell presided, and gavo the tho headquarters havo been filled ) ... : i : '- wclcomo address. I Tho occasion and overflowed, but a branch social VOCATIONAL TRAINING "oum"! " Bn In 1,10 Vocational Summary for breathed tho spirit of St. Valentino's room will soon bo opened at Blue n . nmtnf .a. en sintil ... irk w.u. vuu..ty rnIlln Ini January. 1919, (a bulletin which is Day, reminders of tho great souls Ridgo for Foundation students. ...b levy a tax to bo turned inlo tho published monthly by tho Federal of Lincoln, and tho buoyant life of A good equipment has been obgeneral school fund for tho follow- Board for Vocational Education at! tho girls. tained, consisting of several carom ing year. That is, a county with an Washington, D. a) it is stated that T,1 meeting was held in tho area factor of 1 would havo assigned already moro than twelve thousand faculty room which was elaborately hoards, chess, checkers, billiard tables, boxing gloves nnd a vlclrola lo it the minimum apportionment (iisanieu men havo registered as decorated with pennants of tho with a flno selection of records. of 4 times $1,105.53, equals $1,421.12, prospective candidates for vocation boys' societies and of Pi Epsilon Pi. This week llio membership books but becauso it made no tax levy, this al (raining and placement. showed a list of over 500 names. amount would go into the next year's A classified list of tho first 157 CHAPEL NEWS Gelling closo lo a united 100 per school fund. It might bo well, also, cases approved for training by tho Doctor Meado led Main Chapel cent. to tlx a mqximum rato of tax to bo Federal Board shows 63 distinct Saturday. His talk was to beginThursday and Sunday evening considered in this method of ap- courses of (raining; moreover, tho ning Christians. Ho forcefully il- meetings wero unusually ilno nnd portionment, say i or 5 mills. 157 individuals involved havo been lustrated that works aro necessary well attended. It may bo objected to this scheme, distibtited for (raining among 41 to build a christian character, tho Noxt Thursday evening tho tnplo that it will work to tho disadvantagn widely scattered cducaUonal insti- conversion being only a foundation for tho Bihlo Discussion Groups of tho uneducated community and tutions. on which llio structure was to bo will bo "Religion that Will Stand in favor of tho educated community. Evidently tho departmental ad- built. llio Bo siiro to read tho refThis might bo true to a limltod de- ministrative work incident to tho Lower Chapel was led by Doctor erences in your iitllo gray book and gree at tho outset, but wo must re- supervision of (bis important un- Meado Sunday evening. Ho gavo an then go to tho meeting in your dormember that tho distribution is to dertaking will bo very considerablo instructive and interesting lccluro. mitory at 6:15 counties, and thero aro no counties evon if (ho number of rcgislradons "Faith" was tho subject of tho John II, Welsh, Secretary. so ignorant as a wholo that a cam- is not greatly Increased; and, sinco discourso given by Doctor Roberts In paign for local tax will not soon bo (ho actlyillcs of this new Govern- Uppor Chapel Sunday evening. Y. W. C. A. inaugurated if it is seen that falluro ment bureau will doubtless continuo Ho spoko of tho many wonders "Tio Right Kind of Amusement" to levy such a tax will bo followed for several years at least, and cover that faith had accomplished, and was tho subject of tho meeting Sunby a definite loss to tho community. a now and important field of welfaro admonished all to bo faithful. day evening. Mrs, Woldlor led in By tho operation of this plan a poor work, it is to bo hoped that thoy Misses Haley and Hcaloy favored Ladies Hnll, giving a talk on tho oommunity which is willing to tax may form at least llio nucleus for (ho audienco with a vocal duet. "Whys" of certain amusements and Itself for schools will seouro much a permanent institution for voca tho different kinds of smllos. moro money from tno Stato than it tional guidanco and training which LIBRARY NEWS Thoro was a vocal duet given by pays Itself. Sooner or later this fact will bo availablo for tho publlo gen Tho Librarian wishes lo call at- Miss Anderson and Miss Grccno. will appeal to llio cltizons of such orally. tention to tho "Good Friend's" sholf Tho leader In Konlucky Hall was counties and they will lovy tho rewhich is now supplied with books Miss F,vn Wosloy. quired tax. In fact last sohool year Friday night, Fobruary 14, tho that aro especially for tho King's 32 of tho poorest counties in tlfb Senior Class, of tho Vocational de- Regiment. BASKET BALL Stato levied tax as follows: partment, had their social. After Thero bus been, almost a dozen Seven levied less than 20 cents. several games wcro played, refresh- olllcial Boy Scout books added to tho Normal vs. Academy Twonly levied 20 cents. ments wero served, and at about Library, Such as: Scouting with Normal took llio scalp off tho Fivo levied moro than 20 cents. 9:15 every ono left feeling that they Kit Carson, by Somerson; Tha Guas Acndomy Monday, in a well contest. Tho samo number of tho richest had spent an enjoyable evening. of Europo, by Allshellcr; Danny oI game of basket ball. Tho gamo counties of tho Stalo levied as fol Dean Clark's absence was much re Fisls, by Camp. was featured by very closo playing lows: gretted, but Mrs. Clark wns there. Kathleen's t Probation, by Joslyn in llio first half. At tho beginning Fourteen levied loss than 20 centi. Professor Balrd mado things inter- Groy, is a splendid now ono for of tho second half tho scoro stood Fourteen lovied 20 cents. esting for nil. Just beforo leaving, girls. 7 lo 0 in Normal's favor. Four levied moro than 20 cents. Mrs. Clark invited tho Senior Class Hero is somo of the new fiction: But (ho Academy failed to hold FOR KENTUCKY SCHOOLS Or-lain- ' 'Let Us Get By MAJ. Sane! Don't Be Afraid of the German People in Business" H. C EMORY, Fotmw Y4U Profnwr In-o- our-fair- In view of what lias happened I think nobody is likely to question that at least the kaiser and LudcndorlT and his crowd havo been kicked out by (ho German jieojMo. Tho great problem today is not, "Can tho old guard recover itself?" They are done. The great problem today is whether under (hat system of oppression and misrule the German peoplo have been able to develop such strength of character or such resourceful leaders as will be ablo to bring Ihem out of (he slough in which (hey now find themselves. There are no great men in Germany today. There aro no great political leaders. There nro nono in the great fields of industry and finance. They realize why. Ono of the conservative papers said, "What we need is n great man to set against George and Wilson." Vorwacrts, tho socialist organ, said, "Don't you fee why wo haven't any? These men were developed under democracy; but under our system of autocracy we haven't allowed any man to develop." Let us get sane. Get over this German bug of thinking that somehow or other the Germans aro superior. Morally they aro greatly inferior, but people have thought that somehow intellectually or in organization they arc better than (he rest of the world. We have pliown them that wo enn smash the Gorman milijary organization, which we have tmiaohcd. There is nn idea that the Germans cu race that we cannot cuiiijkii do us in business; that somehow this is with on normally fair terms. Put that out of your head. They nn a race; they will work fourteen hours a day where patient, Hut they aro a HuKsiiin won't work four. They will plod faithfully. dumb; they aro stupid. They do not understand things. They do not get the psychology of anybody else; and large part of their science a.jil their supposed superior way of doing things is blutl and fake. They have dono come good work, but no better work, and they are not doing better work in the field of economics than the English, the French and tho Americans. And in the field of business they have nothing on ynu. For the lovo of Mike, don't be afraid of them I You can put it over them every time. hard-worki- 1 non-partiz- Vo-er- an el the Normal lads and at the close of the game the Unci scoro stood, Nor- Academy. I t. mnl BRYAN GETS LOVING CUP '! College Wins Decisive Battle College won her placo In tho series easily Monday afternoon in hor Tho final irame wilh Vocational. score stood 27 to 1. Tho gamo was n simile U (ho Yanks against tho Huns. Those who should bo given o- distinguished honor medals wero Lawson, Webber, Fields, and Fielder. The College's littlo "water boy" did some excellent work. COULD USE HIS HEAD, BUT occa-10,716.- 30 Sam Would" Have Had 'More Conn- dence Had He Deen In of Another Weapon. Potlon ' hap-count- ax yo .. 1 1 ? 1 There wn once n very uticceful business tnnn, wlioe two pet liotililcfi were system nnd tryliiK to Impress on hln eiiiplojren tlie In) lirtnnce of dolus tlielr own ttilnkliic III" motto wns "Use Your Uenil," nml lie hml the olllce and tlie factor' lln curded with the sentiment. One day lie, hired h likely looklni; colored mnn nn his offlce irter. Sum-th- at of course helng Ills tinme forth' with received the startllnc Information that man l.s a thinking nnlmnl uml he. Snm, must keep that In mind rh much as possible. About twenty minutes nfter Hum he. iron work the boss, dancing out tlie of flee door toward the factory, noticed that a row had stnrleil among some of tlie factory hands nnd the whole bunch win trying to Kettle the arcument In that peaceful and quiet way silhlc with plenty of good Miff atone. "Now, Sum," wild the bos. "I thnll depend on you to break up that flht at once. The method to take must come from your own hrnln, hut whatever you do, Sam, remember, 'Une jour head.' "Ycasah, yessuh. It siihtlnsly does look like. Ah'd have to use my bald, snh, hut Ah 11I1 sbnah would feel a heap safuh, bosn, ef Alt had my ruzah, too." Above Ik llrynn with the beautiful ullver loving cup presented to him by tho Nntlnnul Dry federation (of which ho la prenl-denIn appreciation of his efforta In behalf of natlou-widprohibition. pictured Wllllnm Jennlnifs t) Celtic Isle. The amnllMt dependency of France the He U'llocdle, xltuatd at the rait of Hello lslo. ltd population Is 238. The people do not speak French, but Celtic. Mshlnir Is the principal Industry, and all the Inhabitants nro provided with food at an Inn managed by the women. The town has no street Tim bouses nru. mostly of mild. Is -- CANADIANS 60 THROUGH PANAMA CANAL Tr-st.- Tho Kmpreas of Afn. u llrltlsh transport, one of the luruest shlpa to puaa through the I'unaino canal, l hero shown with 2.000 Canadians passing throush tho canul on her way to Vancouver, II. O.. where tho returning Cana-dlawere to bo discharged. ui ( February- 20, - 1010. TUB CITIZEN o CAPTAIN WAS "GOOD FELLOW" Three THE LIGHT IN THE IRVING UlU HEARING BACnELLEBw Aimo of and through Its open door I saw mnny of his fellow tdttnsmen. We waited nt the doorforn few minutes. I crowded In while Updo I'enbody stood talk Ing to a villager. The Senator caught right of mo and enme to my side bnd ptil his Hatld on my hend nnd 'sdld: Wlello, ltdrt! How yuu've grown I nrid how handsome you look I Whcro's A TALE OF THE NORTH COUNTRY IN THE TIME OF SILAS WIGHT your uncle?" "Hc'h there by the door," I answered. "Well, lc's go nnd see him." Mr. Wright was stouter and grayer and grander than when I had seen him Inst. He was dressed In black broadcloth an J wore a big beaver hat and lilgli collar and his hulr was nl nlost white.' I remember vividly his clear, kindly, gray eyes und ruddy cheeks. m2 a2j m Otherwise Privates Mloht Hive Found Serl. Their Playfulness to Be out Matter. NATION IS BEGINNING I - "llnynrs, I'm glad to sco you," ho said hcrrtlly. "Did ye bring me nny nnmmmK km vacua Jerked meat?" What husfiTess Imvo you to go en- I "Didn't think of It," said Unde SYNOP8I8. Inrgln' yer family takln' another Tcnbody. "Hut I've got a nice young ' CIlArTnn I IJsrton Ilaynea, orphan. mouth to feed nnd nnotlicr body to doe nil Jerked an If you'ro fond o la taken to live with hla uncle, Peabody unnt jerk I'll bring ye down somo Ilarnra. and Ills Aunt Deet on a farm on "I"" I0" rrln. C0MH money. 1you VO lUttlroait In a. nelKtiborhood called Lick- - to tell ')U onu thing, RuyncH, .. llnpllt about the year 116. llarton mull K"1 10 I"1? "I'd llko to tnko somo to Washingu'' or klt out 0 Bally iJunkelber. about hla own aice, but of a clan- - above the Ilarnraes. l0 raided his enno and shook It In ton, but I wouldn't Jmvo you bring and la faaclnntcd by the pretty face It so far." tlio air lis ho spoke. and fine clothes, "I'd llko to bring It I want a "Oh, 1 uln't no doubt o' thnt," said CHAPTnit meela novine- Undo I'eubody. "You'll huvo to hnvo chanco to talk with ye for half nn Kate, known In the neighborhood aa the jit lioni'V Hint's sure! all' you will hour or such n matter," said ray unHllent Woman.' cle. "I've got n little trouble on my eon pf the rlcheat man In the townahtp. a m viiuor at tne uarnea nome, ana This hoy Is colli' to bo n great help hnnds" Itovlnit Kate telle the fortunea of the two The Senator took us Into his ofllco boya, predicting a bright future for liar- - to in. jou don't know what a Rood n riiinfnrt he'rt nnd Introduced us to tho leading men ion ana aeatn on the gauowa ror Amoa. imv ho ih nnil of the county. to usi llarton nina away. Intending to make his home with the Dunkelberga. He reaches "Here," said (ho Senntor ns lie put These words of my beloved undo tne vm.iRe or canton and ralia Into a aleep of eihautllnn on a porch. There uncovered siy'omotlons so that 1 put his bond on my head, "Is a coming he la found by Rllaa Wright. Jr., promimy elbow un tho wood-boand leaned man In the Democratic party." nent man In public affaire, who, knowing my head upon It and sobbed. The great men laughed nt my I'eabody llayn'i, takea llarton home after buying htm new clolhea. "I ain't goln' to be hard on ye, blushes and we enmo nway with a deep sense of pride In us. At Inst I ""I1" ilr' iart'I,,!?W ,a8 " CHAPTER and hi. uncle give yo felt equal to the ordeal of meeting Ills chair; and aunt visit Canton and hear Hllaa rose Wright read a, aormon. three months to free what you can do. the Dunkelbergs. My uncle must have wonder if the boy would shared my feeling, for, to my delight, Wright ertncee I wouldn CHATTER much Interest In llartbn, and eenda a box turn out all rlRtlt. He's big an' cordy he went straight tg the basement of bnoka and magazines to the Ilaynee of his age and a purty likely boy, they store above which was tho modest home. The election of Bllaa Wright to sign: "II. Dunkelberg, Produce." me united utatca senate la announced. me." "Well I swan I" said tho merchant Sir. Grlmshaw opened the door and A few days later the note came stood for n moment looking at us and In the treble voice which I rememdue and Its owner Insisted upon full added In a milder tone: "You've got bered so well. "This is Hart nnd I'enpayment. There wns such a clamor for one o' the best farms In this town an' body I How are you?" money those dayql Lremcmb.ee that if ye work hard an' use common "Pretty well," I answered, my nn-cmy ntinf had sixty dollars which shu seuso ye ought to be out o' debt In being too slow of speech to suit my sense of propriety. "How Is Salhad saved, little by little, by selling five years mebbe less." eggs and chickens. He clowd the door and went away, ly She had planned to uso It to buy n tombstone for her Neither of us moved or spoke as wo The two men laughed heartily, much listened to his footsteps on the gravel to my embarrassment. mother and father a "He's getting right down to bnsl-vt$ambition. My uncle needed the most path that went down to the road and said my uncle. of It to help pay tho note. We drove to the sound of his buggy as he drove to I'otsdam on that sad errand and nway. Then Uncle Peubouy Drone "Thnt's right," said Mr. Dunkclberff. what a tltn'a we had getting there the silence by saying: "Why, Hart, she's spry as a cricket "Ho's the dam'dest " and back In deep mud and sand and ami pretty as a picture. Come up to Jolting over corduroys I He stopped, set the dinner with me nnd see for yourself." "Hurt," my undo said tho next stick, aside, closed his Jackknlfe nnd Uncle I'enbody hesitated, whereupon to cool hla I gavo him n f ut clvo nod nnd lie said evening, as I took down the book to went to the water-pal- l read. "I guess we'd better talk emotions with a drink, "All right," and then I hnd a things over a little tonight. These Aunt Dcel took up the subjectwhero feeling 'of excitement. I hnd are hard times. If we can find any- - he had dropped It, as If hard work to control my Impatience body with money enough to buy 'cm pressed sentiment "would satisfy her, when thry talked. sell the saying: I dunno but we better Hr and by I asked, "Are you 'most sheep." "old skinflint that tjver lived la ready to go?" "If you hadn't been a fool," my this world, vtyet( I nln't goln to "Yes corao on It's after twelvo nunt exclaimed with a look of great hold my opinion o' .that man . no o'clock," said Mr. Dunkelberg. "Sally dIstresi--"aye- s I" If you hadn't been longer, ayo&!"T"cBn,t. It's too pow- will be back from school now." a fool." erful ayes 1" So we walked to the big house of "I'm Just what I be, an I ain't so Having recovered my composure I the Dunkelbergs and I could hear my big a fool that I need to be reminded repented that I should like to give up henrt beating when we turned In nt of It," said my uncle. school and stay at home and work. the gate the golden gnto of my youth "I'll stay homo an' work," I proDee1 Interrupted me by sayAunt It must have been, for after I had posed bravely. ing: passed It I thought no more ns a child. "You ain't old enough for that," "I huvo nn idee that Slle Wright Thut rude push which Mr. Grlmshaw sighed Aunt Decl. He's comln' home gave mo bad hurried the passing. will help us ayes "I want to keep yoji In school," said an' you better go down un' see him I wus n little surprised at my own Undo I'eabody, who sat making a ayes I Hadn't ye?" dignity when Sally opened the door splint hroom. "Hart au' I'll go down to welcome us. My undo told Aunt While we were talking In walked said Uncle I'eubody. Dcel thnt I acted and spoko like Silas Benjamin Grlnislmw the rich hum of Some fourteen months beforo thnt Wright, "so proper." Sally the hills. He didn't stop to' knock, day my uncle had takeu me to Pots- wns different,nice andless playful nnd too but walked right In as If the house dam and traded grain nnd salts for more beautiful With long yellow curls were his own. It was common gos- what he culled a "rip rourln' line suit sip that ho held a mortsjago on every o' clothes" with boots imd cup and covering her shoulders. "How nice you look I" she bahl as ncro of the countryside. I hud never shirt and collar nnd neoktle to match, sho took my arm and led me Into her was a stern-eyeliked him, for he I having earned them by suwlng and man who wns always scolding some- cording wood at three shillings n playroom. "These are my new clothes," I body, nnd I had not forgotten what hla cord. How often we looked back to boasted. "They are very expensive son tiad said of lftm. those better days! The clothes hud nnd I have to bo careful of them." "Go6d lilfcht l" ho 'exclaimed curtly, been too big for me and I had had to I behaved myself with great care ns he sat down and set his canu be- wait until my growth had taken up tween his feet and rested his hands tho ''slack" In my coat a,nd trousers at the table I remember that and, upon It. He spoke hoarsely nnd 1 before I could venture out of the after dinner, we played In the door-yarand the stable, I with a great remember tho curious notlonTcninp to neighborhood. I hud tried them on I me thnt he looked like our old ram. every week or so for n long time. Now fear of tearing my new clothes. Ho wore n thin, grny board uiider his toy statute filled them handsomely stopped nnd cautioned her more than chin. Ills mouth was shut tight In nnd they filled tne with a pride and oncd: "H parefull For gracious n long lino curving downward a lit- snlsfaotton which I had never known sake I be careful o' my new eultl" As we were leaving late In tho aftle at the ends. My uncle used to befrrc. ternoon she said: say that his mouth was made to keep "Nov may tho Lord help yo to be "I wish you would come hero to his thoughts from leaking and going careful awful, terrible careful o' t- school." big body, a big to waste. Ho had a every inlnuto thini clothes o' this "I supposo he will some time," said chin, n big mouth, n big nose nnd day." Aunt Deel cautioned as she " big ears and hands. Ills eyes lay looked at me. "Don't clt no horse Uncle I'eabody. A new hope entered my breast, that small In this setting of blgnYss. sweat nor wagon greaM on "em." moment, nnd began to grow there. "Why, Mr. Orlmslmw, It's years To Aunt Deel wngon grease was "Aren't you going to kiss her?" said slnco you've 'been In our house the worst enemy of a happy and Mr. Dunkelberg with n smile. nyesl" said Aunt Deel. home. I saw the color In her cheeks deep"I suppose It Is," ho answered rathWe tho grasser shandy. "I don't have much time hopperhitched our team to set out on en jis she turned with a smile and spring wagon and walked away two or three steps while to get around, I hnvo to work. Journey. It was a warm, hary the grown people laughed, and stood There's somo people seem to bo uble our r day In November. As with her back turned looking In at to git nlong without It. , I see you've got one o these newfungled stoves," wo passed "the mill" we saw the Si- tho window. Woman looking out of tho little "You'ro looking tho wrong way for ho added as ho looked It over. "Huh I lent window of her room above tho blackllk'li folks can have anything they the scenery," said Mr. Dunkelberg. smith shop a low, weather-stainewnnt." She turned and wulked toward me Undo I'eabody had sat splintering frnmo building, hard by tho mala tho long stick of yellow birch. I ob- road, with n narrow hanging stulr on with n look of resolution her pret-t- ; served that tho jackknlfe trembled In tho side of It. faro und said: hnnd. Ills tone had n touch of his "She keeps wittch by tho winder "I'm not afraid of him." unnaturalness, proceeding no doubt when she ain't travelln'," said Undo Wo kissed each other und, ngaln, from his fear of tho man before htm, I'enbody. "Knows nil that's go In' that er touch as ho said: on that woman knows who goes to hair upon my facet nut the feel of "When I bought that stove I felt tho vlllugo nn how long they stay. richer than I do now. I had almost when arlim.nnv goes by they say she her warm lips upon my own that was cuougu to seme witn you up to uuie, hustles off down tho road In her rugs. so different and so sweet to remembut I signed a note for a friend and She looks like a sick dog herself, but ber In the lonely days that followed! had to pay It," I've heard thut she keeps that room Fast Hows the river to the sea when youth Is Milling on It. They hud "Ayulil I supposo 60," Grlmshaw o' hers Just as neat as a pin." shoved mo out of answered In n touo of bitter Irony Near the village we passed a smart- - the swift current tho quiet cove Into those deur, kindly, young looklug buggy, drawn by a spryfoot' which cut me like a knife-bladns I was. "What business have you ed torfco , Wllny ,mrucss Ti,en I thoughtless people. Sully ran away slgnln' notes an' glvlu' away money noticed with u pang that our wagon Into tho house as their laughter conwhich nln't yours to give I'd like to was covered with dry mud and that tinued and my undo nnd I walked know? What business have you actln' our horses were rather bony and our dowu the street. How happy I was I I observed with sutUfactlon that llko a rich man when you can't pay hurness a kind of lead color, So I yer hottest debts? I'd llko to know was In un humble state of mind when the vlllugo boys did not muke fun of me when I passed them as they did that, too?" we eutered tho village. when 1 wote the petticoat trousers. "If I've ever acted like u rich man , i .fo - . Mr. und Mrs. Wright came along with It'a been when I want lookln'," Bald fth jli miwil, by nnd hv. and Colonel i Uncle l'eabodv. ,lcn-socia- lly I I Ill-Bar- ton HOlDtM, OH AND I. DAKSll Of THE HtSUD KUMNO UP VITH UZZ1L ETC, ETC orruoKt Bltt B'Mf IV-B- llaa ti-- le r doll-clo- 1 d d s Indian-summe- of-h- ' While serving at Fort Sill, Okln., I was qunrtered with a Texns cowboy, and he would often nmuse himself FEDERAL RESERV B0ARD(FIND8 hours nt a time with his lasso. One READJUSTMENT C MINQ AFTER favorite stunt was to stand In the door ADNORMAL WAR CONDITIONS of his tent after taps, when all was dark and quiet, and throw his rope Washington. Definite evidences of around the foot of some untipcctlng comrade returning from town, drawing the beginning of financial recuperahim Into the tent, where he would flash tion following abnormal war condin light Into his face, frightening the tions are set forth by tho Federal Hcscrve Hoard In a revlow of tho poor fellow unmercifully. These One night at his game an unusually February reserve bulletin. Inrge fellow was caught and he whis- evidences arc: Increase of bank balpered to me to help drag him In, which ances at financial centers, a tendency money, lessenI cheerfully did. The big fellow came toward lower rates for ing of the amount of paper held by Into the tent on his back, swearing Federal Reserve and Member Banks, with all his might. We threw the light .Inflow of gold coin and gold certlfl-- i Into his face with n laugh and were cmtes at banks, indicating greater greet ed with the two shining liars of our In the financial situation, captain) I lost no time In getting out- confidence and lessened demand for money, and of the tent, nnd suppose my brave side Re- -' In Uio volume of disappeared In some declinenotes outstanding, Federal demonstrate serve such way. For days wc could picture Ing the elasticity of the Federal Ito- ourselves behind bnrs at Fort Leavenservo system. worth, and upon being called to the The board deplored evidences of the captain's tent n week later all hope relaxation of wartime economies, faded. Illght here I wish to declare saying that the Industries of the "I'm Not Afraid of Him." our captain a good fellow, as wc were United States and Other countries dismissed with a reprimand nnd n re- would soon need quantities of capital, Medad" Moody. "We Had supper with quest that the performance never be and that It behooved Americans to the Senator on the sent with us. Ho repeated. Detroit Free Press. continue to be thrifty and pile up reand my uncle begun to talk about the serves of credit. tightness of money nnd the banking CZAR LIVE IN LEGEND TO "The return of active production Inws nnd I remember n remark of ind consumption Is being retarded," my uncle, for there was that In his World May Look for All Sorts of the board observed, "by high expenses tone which I could never forget: f production." Tales Concerning Autocrat of "We poor iicoplc nre trusting you All the Russlas. to look out for us we poor people nre trusting you to see that we get TELLS The czar of Itussla Is lost In legend. treated fair. We're bavin' n hard Unless he shnll again appear definitetime." My nncle told him about the noto ly In the Mesh, so that his Identity may THE 1919 VERSION OF nnd the visit of Mr. Grlmshaw nnd of be positively established before all the world, the question of his fate will be ' his thrents and upbraldtngs. He will take his "Did he say that In Hart's hearing?" always disputed. place In the list with the lost dauphin BREADJIPGH WATERS asked the Senator. of France, who Is supposed to have I "Ayes right out plain." lived a quiet life In America after be"Too bnd I I'm going to tell you ing spirited away, and with frankly, Hnynes, that the best thing Ord." n brother of Franz Josef,"John "THINK OF ME CLIPPING COUwho PONS," HE GAYS. "IT DOESN'T I know nbout you Is your conduct renounced his title and sailed away In boy. I like It. The next a this SEEM REAL." vessel reported lost with all hands, best thing Is the fact thnt you signed but who Is supposed to be living In- I the note. It wns bad business but cognito on an obscure, AST thy bread upon Isthe waters, for thou It was good Christian conduct to help land, far from the reach of the turyour friend. Don't regret It-- You moil halt And 'It after that marked the last days of the many days." were poor nnd of an nge when the Hapsburg court. boy's pranks were troublesome to both Millions of Amerl- As a result of the conflicting stories ans can today testiof you, but you took him In. I'll now being circulated regarding the fy to the truth of lend you the Interest and try to get czar, the public mind Is already dividthis promise. They another holder for the mortgage on ed as to whether a bolshevik bullet You must let me atone condition. really ended his life or whether the have learned that the principle U tend to Hart's schooling. I want to Count Tntlchev, thel emperor's person- operative now as well as then. Millions who never had a savings be boss about that. We have a great al military attache, with a supreme deschoolmaster In Canton and when Bart votion to duty, died In his master's account have been Induced by patrlot-- I Is a little older I want him, to go stead. Only the clearing -- up of the Ism to Eave their pennies and their there to school. I'll try to find him mystery can prevent the reports years dollars. As a result they now own a place whero he can work for his hence that In the death of some ob- , government securities and belong to A start the coupon dipping dass. board." scure old man of foreign appearance toward financial independence has al "We'll miss Bart but we'll be tickled the end has Anally come to hlra who most miraculously come from someto death tfice's no two ways about was once Autocrat of All the Itusslas. thing that all their Uvea they have that" said Uncle Peabody. The 'Senator tested my arithmetic They have been throwing away. Roosevelt and Jlu JIUu. and grammar nnd geography as we At Professor Kano's Jlu Jltsn acad- learned the possibilities of thrift aad rode along In the darkness and said emy in Tokyo many years later I met are better citizens. by nnd by: A typical experience was told the Professor Yamashlta, who had taught "You'll have to work hard, Bnrt. the Japanese art to President Roose- other day by a day laborer in a manufacturing plant. You.'ll have to take your book Into velt In Washington three times a Youngstown Here is his story practically in hla the Held us I did. After every row week for three years. of corn I learned n rule of syntax or The president, he said, was his best own words: "Up to two years ago I didn't ' arithmetic or a fact In geography while pupil, but also his most dangerous. have and I never hoped to have a I rested, and my thought and memory "Very heavy, very strong, very Impetcent saved. With a wife and two took 'hold of it as I pllbd the hoe. I uous, he always attacked as If he was kids and a little homo to keep up don't want you to stop the reading, going to kill me. Oh, many bruises, on 13 a day it didn't look possible. but from now on you must spend half much worry, grcut trouble, I assure "That's what I told myself of every evening on your lessons." you. when they began talking about As I wns going Jo bed the Senator "I could net tell him. It Is not jlu liberty Bonds and Thrift tamps. ( called mo to him aad said: jltsu to complain, but when he would I am patriotic. V wanted to help 'T shnll bo gone when you are up get me almost killed my trouble was win the war, but It seemed imposIn the morning. It 'may bo a long to save ray life without hurting him. sible to stretch our wages beyond ' see you; I shall leave No mntter how madly he attacked I time before I the food and clothes and coaL something for you In a scaled envelcould not liurt. I could .not kill thel Tho missus agreed with me but, ope with your name on It-- You are president of the United States. That we kept thinking about it and not to open the envelope until you was my point of honor." J. I. C. ' talking about It and finally we begq nway to school. I know how you Clark, In New York "Evening Post gan to figure, Well, it's a long wll feel that first day. When night story and I can't remember It all. your nunt and Airplane Freight Carrier. falls yen will think of It just semed to happen. First I The, airplane has proved. Its success uncle and bo very lonely. When you cut out the Sunday cigar and go to your room for the night I want as a carrier of malls; and In. the Southlater the old pipe. Mother gave you to sit down all by yourself nnd west, where most of the army's flying up a feather she wanted, forgot open tho envelope and read what I fields were laid out, airplanes are used the movies and cut down on the utility business. A They will be, I think, the dally for shall write. food trimrain's. The kids went report from a Texas field tells most Impresslvo words you ever read. recent barefoot a Uttlo longer. You will think them over but yon of a pilot flying 125 miles from a prac"We plunged and bought a First wU not understand them for a long tice field to the wing headquarters and Liberty Loan Bond and paid for time. Ask every wise man you meet carrying as a prisoner a watchman it, 2 a weefi. Wo didn't miss a who had fallen asleep onjty;JJpon weelj l'llnever forget the famt2xC,nijhe-n-i 1 ?9uj t2r ali his returnTrlp to the camp Ee carried depend upon your unily jubilee when I brought home happiness derstanding of those few words In the $200 In pay vouchers, 10Q pounds of that beautiful 150 bond. The a bread, four airplane wheels, landing youngsters jumped up and down envelope." In the morning; Aunt Deel put It gear and struts. In addition he tucked , and Ma and I were seme proud. 1 In a large bundle of papers' and maga-zlne- s In my hands. "That was the beginning. The and a pouch full of mall I Earn four of us bad get the bug. We "I wonder what In the world he haven't mJsse4 aa Issue. We now wrote there ayes!" said she. "We N, Flndley In Red Cross Magazine. j own fUO worth at those bonds must keep It careful ayes ! I'll put Bagpipes In Brussels. and are paying en our fourth one. It In my trunk an' give It to ye when The Dally Telegraph la Its account) "Think of ate clipping coupons I ye go to Canton to school." It don't seeai real. Of course, we "nas Mr. Wright gone?" I asked of the entry Into Rrassels of King Al-- ; bert says: The Yanks came first In the have beea la a terrible war, but If rather sadly. It has taught many people bow to "Ayes! Land o mercy I ne went military cortege which followed the save aa It has us. It has done a away long before daylight with a lot royal party. Then came the French. wonderful thing. We're going to o' Jerked meat In a pack basket-a- yes An Interval of 200 yards, and a sikeep right en and I hope there'll Yer uncle Is g6In' down to the lence, and then a sound strange to the be more boads and stamps. We village to spo 'bout the mortgage this Bruxellols, the skirl of bagpipes blown sort of need something to force us by thirty Highlanders leading the way afternoon, ayes I" for a It 'was a Saturday and I spent Its rades. company of their kiltedbecom- 1- to save evea now and the thought re-that we are helping Uncle Sam The Scotsmen, let It helps push." hours cording wood In tho shed7 paus- corded, had the success d'estlme of the ing now and thou lor a look Into parade. How the ladles waved their my grammar. as tfje Highlanders handkerchief What u day It was! tho first of swung past, nnd how everybody voiced many like It. I never think of those his and her admiration for these staldays without saying to myself : "What wart men. j a God's blessing a man like Silas Wright can be In the community In Parade ef White Caps. which his heart and soul uro us un Quite unique to Cardiff, Wales, Is open book I" the dally breakfast parade of the As the evening came on I took a "white capi." The United States sail-- , long look at my cords. Tho shed was ors and marines stationed In Cardiff nearly hulf full of them. Four rules are paraded every morning In batches 6al the Yank te his brother, the Gobi put of syntax, also, had been carefully at the Castle street corner of West-gat- e "We'vecan p Hun where he no mora away In my brain. I said street, and thence march to difstored And pillage ana kill them over as I hurried dowu' Into the ferent restaurants and hotels for I wonder new will pasture with old Shep and brought In breakfast. The operation Is repeated The folks at heme Finish the Job." meal and for tea. Hut the cows. I got through milking just for the mid-daas Uncle Peabody came. I saw with the earlier parade Is the more notice- The preelems ef peace require sole, able, because the otherwise deserted tieei aad call upon yeur loyalty aa diet Joy that his face was cheerful. street are, given an unwonted appear tave preMema of winning the war. (Continued noxl week.) aace of liveliness. Leadon MalL 5S ' 9 1LLW0HB rd palm-shade- d -- I d yo-ut4 ; -, 1 Liberty Loan Levity 1 February PUBLIC SCHOOL NOTES E. F. Diiney, Principal 20, Berea College Hospital 'Jest Equipment and Service at Lowest Cost. Wards for Men and for Women, Private Rooms, Baths, Electric Service. Sun-parlo- February 18, 1019. Eye, Nose and Ear Surgery, Care in Child-birtGENERAL PRACTICE h, Come in and visit an establishment, which is a friend in need, and in reach of all the people. Robert Harlan Dudley, H. Cowley, M. D., Physician Mrs. Anna Powell Hackett, R. N., Superintendent Mrs. Helen Stearn Sharpe, R. N., Assistant M. D., Physician LOCAL PAGE NEWS OF BEREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED VARIETY OF SOURCES FROM A Best Blacksmithing Scientillc horse shoeing, fine iron work and repairs of all descriptions at the College Blacksmith Shop, Main Street, north of The Citizen ad. Office. We Sell hats and sell them right. ad. Laura Jones. Dr. Raymond is in Washington this week. Luther Ambrose has como home on a furlough, on account of the illness of his mother. Clyde Evans, having been discharged from the Navy, is here for Evans was stationed at a while. Newport. Willard Kidwcll, of the Great Lakes Training Station, is here. Dean Clark is now in Louisville. Doctor McAllister and Prof E. F. Dix of the Normal department have been unablo to take their regular work for the past week on account of illness. Clyde Nichols, a former student, now in business at South Carrolton, was in Berea over Sunday to visit his sister, Ruby. Ford Baker, a former Berea student, now in the Regular Army recruiting service at Camp Taylor, and a veteran of tho Mexican frontier, was a recent visitor among his many ' friends at Berea. Harry Edwards, a former student from Wagersvillc, is now married and is conducting a good farm at Bryantsvillo, Garrard county. Taylor P. Gabbard, well remembered by Berea students and teachers, sends his letters to old friends from the Hudson Cotton Plantation at Tempo, Arizona. Miss Mabel Bicknell who has a position with the National Cash Register Company at Dayton, Ohio, spent last week in Berea with her mother. George Moore has received his discharge from aviation service and has returned to Berea. Mrs. John Calfee has been visiting Berea friends for tho past few days. Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Gabbrad spent last week end with Mrs. Gabbard'a parents in Richmond. Mrs. Lucy Gordon arrived Monday from Lexington for a visit with J.G. Harrison and family, and other relatives for a few days. Mrs. Miss Jessie Smith who has been teaching in West Virginia is home for a few days to recuperate from a recent illness. Tho many friends of Luther Ambrose have been pleased to have him in our midst again. Mr. and Mrs. Will Doolcy are moving their household goods to Knoxville where they will make their future home. The home of Mr. and Mrs. Will Harrison on Boone street was tin scene of a very happy occasion Tuesday evening, when relatives and a number of close friends gathered about their flrcsido to congratulate them on their golden wedding anniversary and to wish them many more years of happy life together. Delicious refreshments served in two courses furnished a delightful Close to tho pleasures of the evening. Tho Jackson Street League held its February meeting last Monday night, at tho home of Professor and Mrs. Dodge. The attendance was largely increased- - Much interest was manifested in the several topic under consideration, intended to secure improvement in various direc tions. Professor Dodge, tho President of the League, was authorized to present, at the next meeting, th draft of a Constitution and to be acted upon by tho League It is honed that all residents on Jackson street, and those owning property on it, will be on tho lookout for the notice of the March meeting. II. L. James, recently appointed as L. Sz N. agent here, is now on tho ground tnking up his new work. He comes with a splendid record of BOONE TAVERN NOTES service at Muir, Ky, where he has This has been another record-breakibeen for fourteen years. While ho week at the Tavern. has some task before him in stepAmong tho guests were Thomas ping into Mr. Bower's place, still wc believe he will qualify and wo and Hugh Baker, of Dayton, Ohio; surely extend to him a most hearty Mrs. Maultc, of Loxington; Imogcno Benedict, of Pino Mountain Settlewelcome to our midst. ment School; L. E. Weaver, of Lexfor ington, State Demonstrator COLLEGE HOSPITAL NOTES, Rhodo Island Reds; Miss Yancey, of Clare Canfleld was opporated on Maysvillo; Miss Virginia Wing, of for mastoid at tho College Hospital Cleveland, Ohio; ncd Cross Lecturer, Monday night His condition is Mrs. J. E. Calfee, of Ashcviile, N. C; good. Mrs. Shelby Jell and husband. John Woodward is doing well Mack Morgan wa3 hero over Sunafter a mastoid operation last week. day. Thcro are nino cases of measles Tho hostess has returned to tho in tho hospital now moro coming. wheel after a brief absence. By-Lang Six cases of pneumonia and two of whooping cough among public school children. Still attendance is good 251 today. Flu seems to have completely disappeared. February brings tho opportunity Washing- teach Americanism. ton's birthday; Lincoln's birthday. The one of rank, property and power his nronortv and life In tho service of his country; tho Other of obscurity and poverty gavo his lifo in the service of his country. Tho extremes of society havo occupied tho White House. Tho same prin- einlcs prevailed in tho World War the high, the low; Ihe rich, the poor; the learned, tho unlearned, MR BOWER TRANSFERRED went to tho trenches, shoulder to W. II. Bower, who for many years shoulder, In defense of tho princi- pics of Washington and Linclon. has served the people of Berea wiHi Old Glory proclaims equal oppor-isuc- h uniform courtesy and lauliriil tunity for all, and that tho road is1 ness a L. v N. agent, is being trans still open between tlio Log Cabin ferred to Richmond. This promo t i : . i ; .. i ....... r. ... I r . 1 113 .1 ill.! mil and tho Whlto Houso. Let us keep ii.... i"i theso demonstrations of truo Amcr- - his faithful anil efficient sen lee icanism before tho minds of tho here, and Ihe people of Ilerca surely young people so they may never bo congratulate him on receiving tins tempted by tho false doctrines of recognition. In the fourteen years Bolshevism or Red Flag Demagogu- - Hi which Mr. Bower has presided ery. at our station the L. & N. husine Tho Rev. Mr. Rix of the Berea here has steadily increased in magCitizen led chapel last Friday. niluile and in importance. Miss English who represents the The pleasant relation which ex Women's Clubs of tho city In com ists between the city of Berea ami munity work gave tho children a the Railroad Company has been chance to see her anil get better ac- largely contributed to by their genquainted with her work. Vc noto ial representative who has alway the effect of her good work on had an ear for any complaints and school attendance. has made it his business to do all in Friday evening in the school au his power to straighten out Hies" As difficulties and to make the service ditorium the Parent-Teache- rs sociation met witli a fairly good what it should be. The Railroad Company have not been unmindful attendance Devotional exercise The Rov. or unappreciative of this spirit of Mr. English. friendliness which has been fostered A drill exercise by children of by Mr. Bower, and wo find ourselves first and second grades Miss Huff's in possession of one of tho finest depots anywhere on their whole and Mrs. Clark's classes. A patriotic fairy play: "Tho Leg system. Mr. Bower will not only be missed end of Beautiful Cloth," by tho eighth grade rhetorical class. as agent, but as citizen and neigh"Illiteracy" by Miss Jcssis 0. Yan- - bor as well. Both Mr. and Mrs. cy, state Agent or tno Kentucky Bower have been active in promoting the best interests of the town, Illiteracy Commission. A paper: 'Tho Relation of tho and it is with keen regret that wo Home and School," by Mrs. Dizney. are now losing them from our midst. Many expressed appreciation of of inspiration and help thoy re- WATCH TOUR TWENTY ceived from tho meeting. DOLLAR BILLS Committee on nomination of ofAccording to a Washington ficers for present year reported: dated February 4, nolico has President, E. F. Dizney been sent out by tho Treasury SeVice President, Mrs. Dr. Godby cret Service that a counterfeit 120 Secretary Mrs. Laura Isaacs. Federal Reserve note on tho Now By motion tho committco recom- York Federal Reserve Bank is In mendations were adopted. circulation. Tho portrait of PresiMiss Bowles' seventh and eighth dent Cleveland on this counterfeit grade rhetorical class is doing some is darker in color than on tho gengood work. Officers are: uine bill. Tho counterfeit also bean Elcnor Van Winklo, president tho check letter "D" and plate numpresident Mary Lee Wynn, vice ber M Willi (Miniature of W. G. Thomas Johnson, secretary. McAdoo and John Burke, Treasurer of tho United SUites. ed . ro-po- rL cnrmian Lauren Meetings last Lord's Day morning qulto enthusiastic and conducted with tho baptism of ono person, Next Lord's Day, in addition to tho regular service, a numbcp of deacons will bo chosen. Preparatory to this solemn service, fasting and prayer have been proclaimed. AH aro cor-t- o dlally welcomed to these services, Evangelists Bcnnoll and Arnold who wcro to begin our protracted mcct-riskinK February 21. are in a great mcel ing at Footville, Wis, and will not bo able lo rcacn us uoioro .Mommy, March 3; ono week later than tho llrsf date. One more week to engage m prayer and gel ready, which It is hoped all will do. W. J. Hudspeth, Minister. Ihwaccountsi I You Can Assist in perfecting our nation's banking organization by carrying your account with a bank which is a member of the Federal Reserve System. 1JT Berea National Bank MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM,. 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. COME IN AND SEE THEM B. E. BELUE CO. Richmond FARM FOR SALE An eighty acre farm will bo sold Kentucky Jno. F. Data "HOW TO FACE CRITICISM" If I were to try to read, much less answer, oil the attacks made on me, this shop might as well be closed for any other business. I do tho very best I know how the very best I can; and I mean to keep on doing so until tho end. If the end brings me out all right, vhr.t is said against me won't amount to anything. If tho end brings me out wrong, ten angels swearing I wn right would make no difference. Speeches and Presidential Addresses by Abraham Lincoln. J. W. gsrndoa to tho highest bidder, Saturday, February 23, 1919 at 10:00 o'clock a. m. This farm lies ono mllo west of Conway, Ky, Joins Henry Lcgear's Has n new three-roomfarm. house, barn and crib. About four acres has been cleared. Terms will bo mado known on day of sale. W. T. DALTON, ed DEALERS IN REAL ESTATE Berea, Kentucky Wu are still selling Heal Estate in and around Berea; but soon it will bo impossible to get possession Ibis year, us farmers aro making arrangements for tho year's work. A few more bargains in small farms and city property. Como and get Conway, Ky. ono wlulo you can, they will be higher next year. We Aim To Give- - you more for your money than you can get anywhere else. We know that our customers are willing to pay for good goods; they simply want to get what they: par for. THEY LIKE-VALU- E. J. M. Coyle & Co. Berea, Kentucky birds up somo morning and find yourself success. Some ninety-eigC. II. CLICK. ranging in price from $3.00 to S'JS.OO tho owner of a fow good laying Administrator of tho estato of D. M. were on exhibition, and carried off hens." Click, deceased. F. L. MOORE'S many prizes. A more detailed report will bo published next week.. FOR SALE and For Sale Houso and lot on High street. ENTERTAIN YOUNG PEOPLE This Is an Ideal placo for a home, FOR Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Gay entertained WANTED largo lot, good barn and gardon, a number of young people of the Man past .10 with horse and buggy II vo First Class Repairing room houso with water and town at their hpmo on Chestnut to sell Stock Condition Powder in clcclrlo lights. Now occupied by AND street Friday night of last weok. Madison county. Salary $90.00 per J. K. Oott. For prico and terms ss A most pleasant tlmo was enjoyed month. Address 421 Soulh Moridian D. M. Oott, Routo No. 0, AberFine Line of Jewelry by all present. Numerous contests street, Indianapolis. Indiana. deen, Miss, taken part in, which were folwere MAIN ST. BEREA, KY. lowed by refreshments, consisting FOR SALE WANTED PUPIL NORSES Ono Jersey cow, genllo and In of cocoa and cake. Robinson Hospital, Inc., Berea, Ky, v good condition, good milk and but ter cow. For particulars apply at Offers a llirco year course In train-- J FREE ENTERTAINMENT Poultry Remedy THE CITIZEN OIT1CI ing ror nurses, uraauates eligible Everybody Welcome for State registration. RemuneraIn Tho free moving picture shows A frwdroi In the 101100 tion given. For application blanks H CO Uriitkiuir FOR SALE tho Collego Chapel at 0:5 every curiumlirv ma illustrated leaflet, addresi ruui, rauit r rt id I have three farms around Bcroi and Wednesday night aro free to citizens anrrba4 ami uilirr drtuuritro iu try Har. as well. Pleaso enter and go out by for sale with corn and tobacco land. Superintendent of Nurses. bot oui.krall t I. Imim of oiiHllriiiu. Ai 1rvrvlFts If not sold by March 1, will bo for the west door. or Vt wall iotal4, Vmuatilu FOR SALE 1010. rent for ixMilir book In on rwiutitU IDtlllQI IINCDI C3.,lulitM.Ir. adp.-3- 0. A desirable homo In Berea on CenJ. W. Horndon. Porter-MooDrag Co. ter street. Largo lot, good gsrdei. Sold by FOR SALE plenty of fruit. Flvo room cottago, One-to- n Ford truck. Running other suitable outbuildings. Chicken desirable Never falling ovorv day. Would trado for lalo houso and yard. dwellings in and near water at door. 91,500 will buy it model Ford car. R. L. Potts & Son, sold now. Berea. Whites Station, Ky. J. A. Wyatt, Thos. J. Osborne, 2804 Williams ave Phono 150-- 3 Cincinnati, Oakley, O. College Treasurer Berea Exchange. ht NOTICE See Dean at tho Berea Bank and All tho way from Florida come? All persons having claims against Trust Co.; catch Horndon on the fly. this advice, "Buy your thermometers SUCCESSFUL POULTRY SHOW now. Indications are that they will I). M. Click, deceased, will present Tho Poultry Show which was held be very much higher next summer." same, properly sworn to, on or beRespectfully, last Saturday in Berea under the fore tho Kith day of March,, Wit). t auspices of tho Rhode Island Red C. II. Click, administrator, or same DEAN A HERNDON, "Don't abuse a man simply Poultry Association was a decided ho is rich. You may wako will bo barred by law. Dealers In Real Estate, Berea, Ky. se Wanted Jewelry Store .- Bourbon vui RouP imnMI-cel- Houses to Rent Several v re I'rbr'Jnry 20, 1019. THE CITIZEN Plv to reliable Informotlon ine nrmistirc Is renewed for n very brief time, the allies reserving the right to suspend It If Germany fnlls to carry out the new clauses, which In elude the cessation of hostilities against the Poles. Meanwhile 0 spc- clnl commission Is to draw up nrml tice terms to last until the pence treaty Is signed. These terms will provide for the demobilization of the German nrmy nnd the disarmament nf the nation under the supervision of Hip allies. The (lerman government, It wns snld. wns given to understand plnlnly Hint If It was recalcitrant the resumption of the war by the nllles wns hy no means out of the question The firm attitude of the supreme wnr council possibly wns due In some mensure to nn Impressive speech by Premier Clemencenu, In which he showed the council the necessity nf tnklng nil precnntlon ngnlnst the treacherous Huns. In this he wns sup ported by President Wilson. If Oermnny submits nnd nets In ap parent good faith. It Is likely some economic measures will be adopted thnt would fncllltnte the resumption of her pence activities to a consider- able extent. But If this gnes too far France will hnve another cause nf complaint, for both she nnd Belgium nrgue, with seeming Justice, thnt their Industries, destroyed by the Hutu, should be restored beforp the Germans are permitted to resume commercial relations nnd capture the mnrkets. on her." According EDUCATIONAL At u meeting of the. presidents nml A family Newspaper (or all thai It right other representatives 0f tlio higlicr educatlnnnl Institutions of tlio Stntn true, and intereiting nolil nl tho University of Kentucky, I'ublUhixl avary Thuridajr at llrrra, Kr. Jnnnnry 23, It wns decided b Liko imiled action In oflorls to Increase BKREA PUBLISHING CO. (Ineorperaiadl Interest In college educntlon, Ihe WM. G. FROST, various institutions In Subscription Rates stead of competing in presenting The Citizen WILSON ON WAY BACK TO NEWS REVIEW OF CURRENT EVENTS President Wilson Bringing Back Completed D aft o! League of Nations Plan. ARMISTICE U.S. Edifr-ln-Clil- I'AVAIIt.K IN ADVANCK . . Rll Montha , Thr Montha Ona Yrar 11.10 . . , . .M .CO Tha date after your nam on label ahowa to what data your uUcrlptloi. la paid. If It la not thana-x-l within thraa wraka af lar rrnawal notify ara noUnl. Ulvral frma airn tnanjr whoolitaln nw auh, arrlptiona for ua. Any ona ending-- ua lour yearly aubarrlptlont ran rrcalva Tha Cltltan fraa for ona ua. Mlaalnc numbrra will Im ala.ll rani liunpi. OrUrX.i.. auppllnl if rrar. Adrrrtlilnaratraon application. MIDDLETOWN NEWS !PJ Calumet nvc, Mlddlotown, 0, February 15, IDiU. Dear lidltor of The Citizen: It may lie of some inleresl to our Ilerea friends to hear about sdnio of tlio tilings we have been doing in conned Ion with our wr.rk in Middle town. I am glad to stato that the terrible epidemic influenza has about abated In our city, Tho sickness and death caused hy it kept us busy almost night and day. Wo have held some county meet ings at our homo which have prov en not only very enjoyable occa Medicine; University, of Louis sions hut many helpful suggestions vine. were made by the visitor. Courses: University We entertained the Superintendr Kentucky, University of Louis ent of City Schools, the Y. M. fi. A. vine. (.outre College, Georgctow Secretary, tho Middlelown ministers College. Transylvania College.. and their wives on Tuesday afterAgriculturo: University of Ken noon, February 1, and the Itev. B. K. lucky, Herea College, Kastcrn am Gabharil nf Bowllngtown, Ky Western Slate Normal Schools, (hem on Ihe subject: "Flic Preparation for Teaching: Univer Kentucky Mountain People," making sities of Kentucky and Louisville, a profound Impression of the great Herea College, Centre College, Ken opportunity and need In helping this lucky WVIcynn College. George belated people. town College, Transylvania College, On February 12, we celebrated Kaslcrn and Western State Normal Abraham Lincoln's birthday with Schools, programs made up of Kentucky Preparation for the MinistrvrCol talent, both afternoon and evening lege of the Bible. Lexington; South The able addresses of the Jlcv. E. K.lern Hnplist and Presbyterian Tb co (i.ibbard, who drew such practical logical Seminaries, Louisville. lessons from the life of Lincoln, Vocational Instruction: Herea Oil were received with much interest lege. Many came to hear him the second time. KENTUCKY NEWS Wednesday wo spent visiting th (Contlnned rrom Figs One) great steel mills, schools and clubs in Ihe city. Mr. Gabbard gave nn turo at Lexington, the first short address in the Young Street school course in agriculture to he given Wednesday afternoon, on (he sub outside the college was convened at Paducah Monday morning and by Jcct: "Somo Elements of Success." An opportunity wo enjoyed was nightfall was. vtitrtl an unqualified success. Two hundred and eighteen a delightful visit through the Amei iran llolllng Mill Company's office, farmers from every quarter of the a new magnillcenl building just re Purchase were enrolled as students cenlly completed. It is said lo bo when the lectures began, and moro than too l were interested at one of the finest In the Slate One other feature of our work i tendants nt clashes and demonstra the with tho Annco tions. Night School, organizing vocallona Ilequiroments which aro neces classes for employees in business require Instant nttentlon. arithmetic, typewriting, etc. Any sary to placo Lexington on ono o Supplant Military Officials. the proposed mail routes aro out. employe can avail himself or herself This council, which Includes some ot of this opportunity with but very lined In information received by the the ublest tltintictal and business minds small cost, Kach student, however, i leant of Commerce from tho Divis of America and ICurope, has firmly but is required to deposit two dollars ion of Military Aeronautics, Vh- - quietly uud without exciting animosity, been supplanting thu mllltury olllclals which will bo refunded at tho cm; ington, I). p, Saturday. The location and size of a land who hud been dealing with the same of the II f teen weeks (term), pro vlded they have attended seventy lug Held, the landscape require subjects. It wns felt the bundling of questions by the mllltury wns llvo per cent of tho enllro term nionls, mechanical equipment and these only Incidental to the wnr, and thut Men any age are eligible to enter other items necessary for tho loca the time had come to place them In Iheso vocational classes. II Is ono tion and maintenance of an aerial hands trained to deal with them. It of tho many progressive slops tho station are given in the information wns this opinion held by the supreme American llolllng Mill Company has received hy tho Hoard of Commerce. war council which caused the eco laken to make (heir employees moro I'ho complelo cost of things neces nomic council to bu created, as It wns sary to place a Held In Lexington desired they be dealt with on the safe efficient. Tho last fcaturo I shall mention are estimated at several thousand and sound lines of civilian experience. Of more permanent vulue Is expect this time of our work in Middlelown dollars. ed to be the worth of two, other organ is with tho Federal izations created hy the peuce confer Owing lo the mild weather of tho ence. 'there are tho economic draft' Employment olllco in aiding and se curing jobs for uncmplocd men nnd past month or so, more plowing has lug commission uud the llnanclal draft These Include diswomen. This is a new and valuable been done by Madison county farm ing commission. as well as economical movement of ers than for many .years. A good tinguished financiers from alt the en (he Government at the beginning of many farmers have prepared tobae tente countries. Tho economic draft ing Iho conslrnctivo period to help re- co beds, and tho acreage to bo put port commission already has Its re before the pence conference lievo the distress of the labor situa- in will bo greatly increased, owing awaiting action by thut bodj'. tion, nnd is proving not only bene lo tho high price now prevailing, Wilson to Speak In Boston. ficial lo industries but the farmers and tho belief that the prico will Atlnntlc City, N. J.. Feb. 15. In t continue high for next season. as well. cablegram received here by Joseph P. The bulk of the P.M8 crop has been Tumulty, secretary to the president, Very cordially yours MerCdith Gablmrd. sold, but quite a lot of it remains President Wilson announced his deci unsold, on account of tho unustnlly sion to deliver an address nt Iloston dry weather which has kept It too Immediately upon his urrlvul In this country. FREE FOR HOUSEWIVES dry to strip. President Wilson will speak In Ros-Miss Potter nnd Mis? Sonneday, An increased wheat acreago was meeting by ton at Iho Stato demonstrators, will be sown by Mjidisou county farmers, Mayor Peters, nnd arranged for tho George Wash again noil Thursday after- last fall, and with tho guaranteed ington, bearing ttie president with us and Mrs. noon, February 27tli, and will givo prico of $2.20, tho farmers will reap Wilson, will make port nt Boston on a free, demonstration and lecture on a golden harvest. Most of tho wheat the return trip to America. the effect of beat on food. Every in this county was sown early, President Wilson departed from housqwifo is cordially invited to bo which fact, together with a lato ami Itrest, nnd ns It Is expected that the ptcsenl and to bring a friend along. open fall, gavo tho crop a flno start. voyage of tho George Washington will take about nine days, his arrival at You will have u chanco to learn tho Itye and borloy also look well. Iloston Is expected about Feb. 23. On account of the mildness af tho reason for many things that havo been puzzling you for a long time. winter, up lo tho present limo, stock ELIMINATE DAMAGE SUITS Mnny of Iho "whys" of cookery will of all kinds has wintered well, and bo explained. These lectures aro farmers have been saved many Progress of Movement to Compensate well world while. They are con- thousands of dollars In tho cost of for Industrial Accidents Without ducted under tho auspices of tho feed. Thoro will bo nn increased Fight, Says Bureau's Bulletin. Clio and Progress Clubs. Lot us acreage of torn planted In this coun Wusilngton, Feb. 17. Steady have a big turnout, Thursday after- ty this year, and unlike last year, noon, tho 27lh of February, tho Vo- thorn will bo plenty of good seed ress of the movement to compensate for Industrial accidents without suits to plnnt. cational chapel at tlirco o'clock. to prove tho negligence of the employ- r Is noted in u bulletin Issued by the 'jTho young lady arross tho way Tho Philadelphia Record describes bureau of labor statistics, showing Mint says her mother Is Tcmorkably 'resident Wilson as "an opportun- - six new slates ndopted compensation young looking in tho tho face, but 1st, amonablo to information." Tho legislation lu 1017 mid 1018, nnd thut It must bo admitted sho's growing indications aro that sinco ho reach-rath- er only ten states of the Union have not accepted tho principle. ed Europe ho has learned much. stout in tho personnel." Ken-luckPro-Medi1 11 In-al- meir nilvaningos l prospective slu dents. A committee was appointed to formulaic plans for clvinir sol- Mt,on can",s 1,1 " formation ""T" (he courses offered as to in the dilTerent schools nnd oncotic oge them to g to college, or If they nave matriculated, to return ami complete (heir courses It is planned lo work through the educational secretaries of tho Y. M. A. In the camps, and to secure lb or lilghschnot princi pals nnu superintendents Id obtaining lists of graduates and information about ibern which will be used hv all (lie colleges. The facilities offered by the as sociation are as follows; Arls and Science: Herea College, Onlro College, Georgetown College, Kentucky Wesleyan College, Transylvania College, University of Kentucky, Hasten) and Western Kentucky state Normal Schools. Law: Universities of, Kentucky and Louisville. Hnginecring: University of y. President Sails From Brest, France, on Liner George Washington. dent to construct me navy without making nny appropriation. I'ho Republicans laughed with scoru at an amendment proposed! by Chairman Padgett appropriating $2,000,000 with which to hulld battleships costing 1210,000,000, nnd the Democrats .'hastily adjourned. Next day; however the administration leaders hnd their vray and the bill for Ihe three-yn- r building program, carrying $721,000,000 for the naval establishment during the next fiscal year, was ndopted by the house. 300 TROOPS ARE ON BOARD SEVERER TERMS Executlve'i Party It Much Smaller Than on Trip Over New York Prepares to Welcome Chief Home. Arrogant Huns to llrest, Feb. 17. President Wilson nulled for the United Slutcs aboard tliu liner George Washington. President Wilson's party Is much smaller tlinii tlittt which ucconipuuled III tn on the trip over, due lo thu fact llmt u In rue portion of the stuff ot technical experts mill assistants Is re liiulnltig In Purls to assist lu the peuce work. The liner will also tiring hack thu .'too Aiucrit'iin soldiers who formed the guard nt the Mil rut pahice. Wilson Promisee Return. In u farewell message to the French people before leaving llrest President WllsOn snld he hud been received nnd treated as u friend, us he hud most desired to tie treated, lie added that he was htqipy to return to France to assist In completing the Just settle nicnts of the peace conference. New York Prepares for Wilson. New York, Feb. 17. Mllltury nnd ntiviil nuthorltles nt the port of de- hurkutlon In Hohoken nre preparing fur the nrrlvul here of the steamship George Washington, carrying Presl dent Wilson nnd his ofllclul party, nnd number of troops. Delhi to announcement of the ves- sel's port of arrival Is expected by wireless within u few days, hut locul authorities pidnted out that this wns the ship's "home port" nnd thut tho Indications were that the president's party would hind here. Readjustments Now Problem. Purls, Feb. 17. With the subject ot Ihe league of nations now out of thu way for some time to come, the big gest problem before the peuce conference nt present Is believed to be the readjustment nf the world's lluancial nnd economical relations. Three different organizations have been created to deal with these sub' JecU. Some of their conclusions nru rendy for consideration as soon as the conference Is willing to receive the reports, ulthough the last body created In this connection dates buck only to Feb. 8. This body Is the supreme economic council, and Its work Is of the great est Immediate tiiiortancc. It tins been charged, temporarily during the armistice period, to handle only such pressing questions ns are the dlsposl tlon to be made of shipping, tha abatement of the blocknde, which bus been holding buck not only the enemy' Industry, hut thut of neutrals: the distribution of raw materials, nnd llnnlly those llnanclal questions that De Made to Realize They Were Whipped Ebert Elected President cf the German Re. public Revolt Against the King of Roumanla. By EDWARD W. PICKARD. President Wilson Is bringing home with him Ihe virtually complete drnft of the constitution of (he I.engue of Nation that Is to nllny If not to end most nf the world's Ills. Despite marked opposition In some quarters, Secretary Bnker nnd Chnlrmnn Dent have drawn up an army bill, now before the house, providing for a temporary nrmy nf snmethlng over half a million, to be rnlsed by voluntnry enlistments nnd designed only to carry the country over the period of occupa tion nnd reorgnnlzntion. After that the nntlon Is to be left virtually without an nrmy, ns It wns before the great wnr. The bill tnkes the war department organization nwoy from the general staff and returns It to the bureau chiefs. These features of the measure have subjected It to bitter attacks by the advocates of preparedness. Once more the suffragists put their cause to the test In the sennte. and once more they went down to defeat, this time by a margin of only one vote. Democrats to the number of 18, mostly Southerners, and 11 Republicans voted against the amendment, while 24 Democrats and 31 Republicans voted for It. Mr. Wilson nnd Mr. Lloyd George, enrnestly supported by the smnller nations, were able to have presented n document thut met with the approval of the commission of the lengue, and this was then presented to the plenary session of the pence conference, with every prospect thnt It would be ndopted. As It stands, the plnn provide for n smnll body of representative nf all Among the Interesting developments the nntlnii concerned, which shall of the week wns the dispute between meet every few month In n plnce to China nnd Japan, relating to the dis be Internationalized. Every difference position of Shantung province nnd between nation Is to be submitted to Tslngtnn nnd In general the conces this governing body nnd to be derided , stons which China hnd been forced to within three month, during which grant to Oermnny. These. It nppenrs, time the contending parties must re- Japan Is trying to obtain for herself, frain from nets of hostility. If the and China relies on the pence confer- declslon Is not accepted, the case will ( ence for protection. The council of the be submitted to arbitrators, and If the five great powers asked that nil secret country they plnce In the wrong doe agreements made by Jnpnn and China not nccept the ruling nnd tins recourse with ench other nnd other nations to nrms, nil other nntlnns In n posl- - since the beginning of the wnr be n to do so will take up nrms ngnlnst mitted to It. This was In accord with It. No country is ohllKed to go to wnr ; the desires of the Chinese, and the with the offending nation, but nil must Japanese government complied vlth Join In nn economic boycott of the Int- - ' the demand. The Japanese threw another small raonkeywrench Into the machinery by statement that they Intended France, which, since the outbreak of the the great wnr. Justly considers herself to hang onto the Caroline nnd Moron outpost nntlnn cnnrdlng n frontier ! Bha11 Islands, which they took from notwithstanding the ex of civilization, strongly urged the crea Germany, tion of nn Immediate International pressed will of the peace conference nrmy and navy to enforce the rulings that all the captured colonies should of the society of nations. Leon Bour- be governed by mandatories of the geois argued earnestly for the con- League of Nations. The outcome of stitution nf such a force and for the this Is uncertain. placing of It In France until nil danger of nn attnek by Germany was at an The prospects of the proposed meetend. This was opposed, especially by ing of Russian factions and advisers American and British representatives, from the allied nations at Prinklpo who showed thnt It was contrary to the are growing better. Seven of the govof their countries. constitution The ernments In Russia, Including the tis- long discussion ended In an agreement thonlans, Letts and Lithuanians, nre that If n country should be nttneked, . willing to participate, though the first in violation or the rules of the league, named maintain that they have now me attnricea country would employ her military forces ns "covering set up Independent republics and nre no longer parts of Itussln. The admis troops" nnd await aid from those other nations thnt could most easily give sion of representatives of the soviet government Is conditional on Its cessa' It. It Is scarcely conceivable thnt this tlon of hostilities. Up to the time of writing the anarchists had continued solution of the question can he satisfactory to France. The great wnr their operations In many regions, with demonstrated that In a sudden shock varying success. In the Archangel secattack n nation enn suffer Immense tor they were forced to retreat by the damage before her nllles can mobilize advance of the Americans, and It was their forces nnd transport them to the reported they had been entirely driven Against the Poles scene of conflict. This Is Just whnt out of Ksthonla. France fears will happen ngaln with they scored some victories. According to reports from Omsk, the Germany ngnln ns the nggressor, und government there has accepted an of alarm, though It mny be as foolher ish as some correspondents think It, fer from Japan of men, arms and will not be nllnyed until or unless the money to combat the soviet forces, allies render the Huns rnllltnrllv Im. giving In return Iron nnd cnal con potent before (he treaty of peace Is cessions In the Prlamur district. signed. There Is n growing feeling In An nttempt to put the skids under Paris that the American nnd British another king, which may be successdelegntes nre disposed to be too leni ent with Germany nnd too prone to ful, was started last week In Inspired by anarchist nrona- adopt the Insidious claim of the ganda, a general Insurrection broke themselves thnt their former rul out, with demands for a republic. ers nnd not thi people were responsl ble for the wnr nnd Its horrors. The King Ferdlnnnd, while fleeing from the palnce with his fnmtly, wns shot nt French reassert the fact that the German people as a whole ar- and slightly wounded. The anarchists dently supported their government In also became very active In Vienna, the conduct of the war nnd gnve np- - planning a revolt against the present provnl to the outrages committed by government unless all power Is trans ferred to the communist leaders. officers and soldiers nllke. sub-tloI WILSON FOR PRICE BOARD Cables His Approval of the Plan For mulated by Secretary RedflelA Washington, Feb. 17. Approval the proposal to establish a government price adjustment board to stabilize conditions during the post-wa- r period was cabled by President Wilson to Secretary Redfleld. Senator Smoot of Utnh (Rep.) Introduced his bill au thorizing the secretnry of the treasury to negotiate with the allied nations, which hnve received loans from this government, for receipt of their bonds to cover notes given. The bill, which was referred to the finance committee, proposes sole of the allied bonds In the open market. MARTIAL LAW IN BUCHAREST of ft State of Siege Proclaimed In Capital of Roumtnla New Plot Against King Found. Copenhagen, Feb. 17. A state of siege has been proclaimed In Bucharest, where the Roumanian revolution Is centered, ac cording to dispatches received here. A new plot ngalnst King Ferdinand and Crown Prince Carol Is said to aavo been discovered. The royal family lj reported to have fled. (Previous dispatches reported thqt the king was slightly wounded when the royal palace was bombarded, and thnt the royal family was prevented by revolutionaries from leaving the city.) U. S. WOMAN LABOR ENVOY Miss Theresa S. Haley Sent by Wash Ington to Aid Porto Rico. Washington, Feb. 8. Tho purpose of extending the United States employment service to American Insular possessions wns announced by the department of labor. Miss Theresa 8. Haley will sail for Porto Rico to develop the work at San Juan. The department announcement declared that working conditions on the Island aro bad, especially as regards women, and that In establishing a branch of the employment service there It Is hoped that certain Industrial standards ot the department may be Introduced, Ilou-mnnl- a. Ger-mu- ns well-know- MISS KATHLEEN R. HARRIS Having adopted to constitution unit elected Frledrlch Kbert us president of the German republic, the Germans In their national assembly at Weimar be came more arrogant than ever. Their attitude wns accurately reflected hy f.nert who, m his speech accenting tho olllce, said: "We shall combat n by, force to the utmost, from whatever direction It mny come. We wish to found our stnto only on the bnsls of right nnd on our freedom to shape our destinies at home and abroad." Matthias Erzberger, before meeting the entente chiefs to negotiate nn extension of the armistice, conferred with officials In Berlin, nnd It wns snld they determined that he should demand thut the allies recognize the new German government. All this, and the fact that the enemy countries were preserving enough war material to permit them to equip quickly on nrmy of 3,000,000 men, had full effect' on the supremo war coun cil when It decided on conditions ot renewnl of the armistice. The mili tary members Hnd the newly added economic members agreed on the terms, which uru designed to place Germany In such a situation that she cannot renew mllltury operations. The German authorities were culled on to furnish full Information of the war material of all kinds In their posses sion. Thu council also decided, according to one correspondent "to make Germany reullze thut we ure the conquerors and that It Is not a 'white tieuce' that we ure seeking to ImiKise dom-Inatlo- .mile it. llarru of Amer ica, who recently sailed from Liver-poo- l, The administration's big navy bill. so far us Is known has served bolstered by a longer In the war than any other cablegram from President Wilson to the house American nurse. Miss Ilurrls sailed naval committee, hod a stormy time In from New York In July, 1014, and war the house last week. The minority de- hud been declured by Kngland Just two nounced It as a bluff measure de days before she disembarked at Liversigned to enable Mr. Wilson to force pool. Three mouths later she was In on the peace congress certain of his France with the British army and has Ideas for the league of nations, and been In active service ever since. 8he for a day It was blocked by the point Joined thu American Red Crou la ot order that It authorized the presi April, 1018. 11 semi-secr- In the United Stntes the anarchists, whoso machinations were largely re sponsible for the strikes on the Paciflc coast and In Montana and Ari zona, sustained a hard blow from the government. It developed thut the agents of the bureau of immigration had been gathering up n lot of the most undesirable aliens and was prepared to deport them, awaiting only tho necessary shipping. A big bunch of these scamps were taken, under guard, to New York, where lawyers In sympathy with their doctrines under took to obtain their release under writs of habeas corpus, The anarch ists make war on organized labor as much as on cupltallsm, and the parliamentary committee of the British trades union congress has declared that the unauthorized strikes which they cause cannot be tolerated. Down on the Argentine-Chil- e border the dls- turbrrs have caused so much trouble that those two countries are preparing to take Joint action against them. They are fast becoming the Ishmaels of the entire world, but they seem to glory In having the hands of all decent folk agulust them. ' Pags Six TUB 'CITIZEN February 20, 1010, MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spence, Farm Demonstrator and Special Investigator tho soil and at tho samo timo returns as gooil profit for tho farmer ns dairy farming. 7. Tho man who learns lo get two pounds of butter from tho samo amount of feed that beforo produced on the yard and making a record ns only one, is going to get from under n layer. And tho breeder, in order tho morlgago quick. 8. Whenever Iho farm products lo got tho advantages of tho best and broadest markets, must breed for n ' have been turned into butter for a combination of utility and standard number of years, there has been a quality instead of following tho steady incrcaso in tho crop produc-- i tendency to becomo oithor a fancier ing capacity of tho soil. 0. The successful man in any busior a utility breeder. That is tho adof Hob. U. Slocum, a poultry ness is tho one who can and will vice specialist of tho United Statos mako uso of tho exporienco of othcrj who has the courago to discard Department of Agriculture, and it is based largely on tho poultry farm his own errors and adopt tho truths of the department at Hcltsville, Md., discovered by others. whore many of tho exhibition males production in SUGGESTIONS FOR BIGGER CROPS used havo 200-cHotter plowing their pedigrees. "Ivxcept in a few moro or less Heller harrowing isolated cases," says Mr. Slocum, Heller seeding Heller fertilizing "there is nothing in tho standard requirements directly opposed to Hotter cultivation utility, and .tlio buyers during the Heller harvesting past few years have shown an inHotter care of implement creasingly insistent demand for Heller care of machinery abilfowls that havo Jay Gould said lo his son, "Boy, ity back of 1110111." never gamble; always bet on a suro must Fanciers, Mr. Slocum poitn out, thing." Farming are too prone to put the appearance not bo a gamble. Het on a sure of tho fowl above everything else, thing by the most thorough prepaand thus lo neglect tho ration, seeding, cultivation, then it quality, while, on tho other hand, is a safo bet. unsuccessful fanciers aro likely to turn completely lo tho POULTRY RAISING ON FARMS ing side of breeding without any attention to "points." Either of theso Little Capital Is Required and Noth ing Equal It at Profitable attitudes, ho says, is an obstruction Side Line. lo tho best development of poultry raising in tho United States. Poultry raising requires very little 'Tho Department of Agriculture," capital, but there are very few sidehe continues, "encourages poultry lines. If Indeed (hero are any, that are breeders to develop flocks along equal to It for profitable production. Much Is said of the time It requires breeding lines to secure a combina tion of good production, vigor, and for raising young fowls. Dut do not uniform standard type. That goal forget that when they ore managed properly the fowls pay liberally for is readily attainable through care the timo required to raise them, ful selection of breeding slock. Forming Is greatly handicapped for and those who follow tho policy lack of cash and when any sidesuggested may confidently expect the line can bo found that requires little money but considerable labor It Is atmost attractive markets." tractive. Such Is poultry raising on the form. TAKE AN INVENTORY livery farWr should ascertain at tho beginning of the year just where PRODUCING EGGS IN WINTER he stands financially. During the Hen Is year just closed property has been Comb of Laying Bones WellBright and Red and Pin Spread bought, sold, 'and exchanged. It is Apart Mate Layers. only by making an inventory that the farmrir is able lo determine' If winter egg production is desired. whether ho is worth moro or less only winter layers should be bred. It than ho was a year ago. Ho should Is easy to select the laying hen. Her know whether .he is conducting a comb Is bright and red and her pin bqnes will be well spread apart Ob paying or losing business, and this serrations should be made during the can be determined only by compnr winter so that the poultry keeper will ing each year's possessions with !cnow which of his hens are good lay thoso of tho year before. ers. These should be marked so that they may be used for mating next .Keep Accounts spring. Farming is a buusiness tho same as banking on running a mercantile CINCINNATI MARKETS. establishment. There aro products Hay and Grain. to be sold and articles to bo bought. Corn No. 2 white No. Tho keeping of a record of llieso 1 white SI.31WI..T2, No.$1..T2?1.33, J1..TJ 2 yellow and determining the relation of the 01.33, No. 3 yellow J1..TO01.32. No. 2 outgo to tho income are important mixed MUXi. No. 3 mixed ?1.28Q! considerations on every farm. Tho 1.30, white ear $tJto1.40, yellow ttur $1.4O01.45. farmer should know what his is and just how ho is dispoing ed Sound Hny .Timothy, per ton, rant from ?27ff30. Sound clover mixed of it. He can know this only by $2028, and sound clover $22.50 keeping books and the first of tho 24.50. n. now year is tho proper timo to Oats No. 2 white G2ffG3e. stand ard white 01UfftG2e. No. 3 white OlQ HEN A GOOD ONE; CAPABLE IN BOTH RING AND YARD A lm; in order lo bo classed ns a genuinely good one, should bo equally capable- of going In the show ring and laking n ribbon or of going DUAL-PURPOgg ng now-a-days egg-layi- ng egg-prod- uc in-cobo-gi- SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG 1st Door 'Training that adds to your general education. TOR YOUNO MEN Agriculture, Carpentry, Bricklaying, Printing, Commcrco and Telegraphy. FOR YOUNO LADIES Homo Science, Dressmaking, Cooking, money-earning HOME DEPARTMENT Conducted by Miss Margaret Dizncy, Director of Home Science . 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Read Dinsmore's great book, "How to Teach ii District School." Tho dried 'roils nro rich in mineral elements, nnd for this reason should ho used freely In tho illcL They contain some fuel supplying qualities; four prunes when rooked have n fuel vnluo of 100 calories. The fruits nro among Iho body reguSo wo lators and keep us well. should uso them freely. Tho United Slates Government during the wnr recommended oatmeal, prunes, whole milk, bread nnd butter ns an idcnl breakfast for rhililren, nnd suggested that rprn-tne- al mush nnd apple sauce bo alternated wllh the oalmeal. Canned blackberries, peaches or oilier fruil may ho substituted. Such breakfasts aro easily and cheaply obtained hero in (ho mountain region. In purchasing dried fruits it is well lo remember that prunes nro not gold according to quality hut to size. All prunes havo tho same quality. They nro graded by tho number in tho pound, ranging from twenly-lhirll- es Raisins nro n dollclous food, nnd hnvn n "great amount of fuel valuo becauso of lliolr sugar content. Thoy also supply n great deal of mineral sail. Thoy contain nil tho food elements of tho grnpo and nro sold in ninny forms. Thero tiro scedod nnd seedless raisins, raisins dried in hunpli and small raisins, which have n delicious Ilavor and whloh when well soaked nnd cooked mako n dollclous brenkfnsl fruit. Raisins more oflen add a delicious Ilavor lo cakoi and pudding if lliey aro cooked or sleanied before using them. When (his is done ctil down tho amount of other liquid. USE DRIED FRUITS to ninety-hundred- s. 5th Door Berea's Preparatory Academy Course Tliis is the straight road to College best training in Mathematics, Science, Languages, History and all preparatory subjects. Tho Academy is now Berea's largest department 6th Door courses twenty-fiv- e Berea College in all advanced This is the crown of the whole Institution, and provides standard subjects. Raise in Board is forced by war conditions. For years the board has remained tho same in Berea; but the unusual situation in which the whole country finds itself now makes it impossible for us to live on the same money as we have in the past This adds $15430 to the former expenses of tho girls and $24 .CO lo the expenses of the boys, for tho year, but still leaves tho cost half that at other schools and "cheaper than slaying at home." PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, Incidental A Temporary by the term, board by the half term. SPRING TERM fee and room rent Installments are as follows: , ACADEMY AND NORMAL COLLKGK Expenses for Boys Incidental Fee Room . VOCATIONAL AND FOUNDATION SCHOOLS 9 5.00 5.00 10.00 $ 0.00 5.00 10.00 I 7.00 5.00 10.00 Board, 5 weeks Amount duo March 26, 1010 . . . Board, 5 weeks, duo April 30. . Total for Torm Incidental Foe Room 20.00 10.00 21.00 10.00 22.00 10.00 30.00 '$31.00 $32.00 7.00 5.00 8.75 20.75 8.75 '129.50 Expenses for Qirls Board, 5 weeks Amount duo March 20, 1010 . . . Board, 5 weoks, due April 30. . Total for Term 8 5.00 5.00 8.75 18.75 I 8.75 "$27.50 6.00 5.00 8.75 10.75 8.75 $28.50 This docs not includo ttje dollar deposit nor money for books or laundry. Corner rooms $1.00 more. Special Expanses in AdtiUoa to Incidental Stenography and Typewriting 914.00 Bookkeeping (brief course) 14.00 Bookkeeping (regular course) 7.00 Business course for students in other departments: Stenography Typewriting, with one hour's 7.00 use of instrument Com. Law, Com. Geog, Cora. Arith, or Penmanship, each.. 2.10 10-5- Fall Fes Basinets li'inltr $12.00 12.00 6.00 $10.00 10.00 6.00 However, Iho cheapest prunes nro neither the very small ones or tho very largo ones, which cost tho most, but thojniddlo ones, tho thirty-forly- s, nnd tho forly-llftie- s. These prunes havo tho leal amount of pits, that is tho seeds weigh less and (ho skins nro thinnest, henco wo get moro food value for tho money. It is well lo buy prunes by the hot If your family Is large, and if il is small lo buy Ihcm in live nnd ten pound lots, as prunes must bo soaked two or thrco days to bo really appetizing. All dried fruits must bo soaked They loso ns much nj well. seventy-fiv- e and even a larger per cent of water in Iho drying nnd storing prTlress and they nro most appetizing when they havo had a chance to regnin this water. Peaches and npricots may bo soaked ono day. Cherries require n longer soaking. Apples need much soaking. II is well to wash tho fruit thoroughly anil then uso Iho water in which il was soaked lo cook it in. I'our this water olf ami add as much sugar or sweetening as you desire and conk it until tho sugar is dissolved. Place tho fruit in tho syrup, cover with a light lid and cook il very slowly, until tender. If cooked on tho slovo turn tho burner very low. Dried poaches are divided into Iwo classes, tho yellow Crawford anil the Muir. They nro aUo graded according to size, but tho olomont of quality and Ilavor also aro factors. Tho peelings nrc easily removed from tho pcaohes after they havo been soaked for some liltlo lime. Tho peeled peaches aro now dried and may be purchased in hulk or in packages as may prunes which havo had the pits Apricot Tapioca cup granulated lap-m- ea in four cups boiling liquid fruit juico nnd water) until clear. Add one cup fruit, half cup sugar, a speck of sail nnd a speck of cinnamon. Turn into n glass nnd servo Avlth top milk or cream. Apricot and Rice Pudding Cook ono cup rico in two cups eold sailed , water for fifteen or twenty minutes. Add two cups of fruit which has huf'ii cooked and sweetened. Servo with a sauco mado of apricot Juice. Apricot Sauce One cup of aprleol Juice, ono cup waler, speck salt, cup sugar; boll all together and ndd two tablespoons of cornstarch mixed with a litlle cold waler. Cook lo remove the raw laslo of Iho starch. Apricot Bread Pudding Two rups dried brend crumbs, leaspooon sail, ono egg, one lablejpoon melted shortening, one and one-ha- lf cups fruit, cooked and sweelened but wllh tho Juico drained o(T, two cups milk. Scald the milk nnd mid the crumbs. Let stand until the crumbs arc soft; beat the egg, add (o (lie milk and crumbs, then the ,all and fruit; pour Into an oiled baking dish; sot tho dish In a pan of wnler end cook in a mod.orn oven until firm. Apricot Roll Two cups of flour, two tablespoons sugar, four teapsoons baking powder, half loa'poon sail, two tablespoons solid vegetable fat, about cup milk or water; mix nnd sift the dry ingredients, cut in Iho shortening, add tho liquid gradually, using a knifo to mix; roll nut on a floured hoard until inch thick, spread with the fruit, which has been cooked and sweetened but tho Juico drained off; sprlnklo a fow nuts over tho lop of tho fruit, then roll (he dough into u long roll ns for cinnamon rolls. Cut into ono and ono-ha- lf Inch slices and place, cut sldo down. In oiled muffin pan?. Hako In a hot oven for twenty minutes. Servo hot with tho nbovo fruit sauce. Substitute prunes, peaches, or raisins for tho apricots. Cook one-ha- lf one-quart- er one-quart- er two-lhlrds one-four- th 9.00 7.60 6.00 IJ50 ' 6.00 1.80 The New Democracy Must Wage War on the Invisible Foes of Disease . Qlc, mixed 00C0Hc In no enso will special Business Fec3 exceed $15.00 por term. By C J. HASTINGS, Aoiu Public HkS Am a PURCHASE SEED Tho farmer's attention is called again to tho importance and necessity of looking after the seed supply for spring crops. Orders should ho sent to tho seedsman at once. Thoso in need of garden or truck crop seed cannot afford to loso any timo in plaoing orders. Tho most essential factor in successful trucking is tho best seed, planted at the earliest possiblo safo date. Tho buying of clover seed may well bo attended to during February, and it is advisablo to sccuro samples and prices now. Seed, likely, will not bo any choapor in tho spring. It is timo now to determine how many acres will bo seeded to clover and whether or not alsiko will bo mixed with tho red. DON'T SUPPORT YOUR COWS MAKE THEM SUPPORT YOU Butter, Eggs and Poultry. Butter Whole milk creamery ex tras 49c, centralized creamery extras 47c,vflrsts 43Hc Eggs Prime firsts 37c. firsts 3Cc. or . dinary firsts 33c. Live Poultry Springers under 3 lbs, 35c; fowls, 0 lbs and over, 25c; do 3V4 lbs and over, 28c; roosters, 20c. Live Stock. All students do some work with their hands from six lo six teen hours a week as Janitors or in tho farm, carpenter shop, print ing office, laundry, boarding hall, olllco, etc., and receive pay which reduces their expenses. young man or young woman can get an education Any at Berea if there is the will to do aa able-bodied Cattle Shippers $13017, butcher steers, extra $14010, good to choice The public schools will close about Christmas and the teachers $12014, common to fair $7011.50, and advanped pupils should not be Idle through the long winter heifers, extra $12013.50, good to education can choice $11012, common to fulr $0.50 months but should be studying in Berea where the best be gotten for least money. 10, cows, extra $10011.50. Culves Extra $10.50017, fair to Applicants must brino or ssad a testimonial showing that they an good $14010.50, common und largo above 15 years old, in good health and of good character. This may bi $7012. Hogs Selected heavy shippers signed by soma former Berea student in good 'standing or soma reliable Tha use of tobacco is strictly forbidden. $18.25, good to choice packers and teacher or neighbor. butchers $18.25, stags $10012, comFor information or friendly advice write to the Secretary, mon to choice heavy fat sows $120 10.75, light shippers ?10..Wj17.&0, pigs MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Ky. (110 lbs und lyss) $1U&10. Thoughtless Reconstruction. Senator Watson, the head of the committee on reconstruction, said In an Interview: "Hasty reconstruction Is apt to be thoughtless and bad. It is like the young drug salesman. "A lady approached this young salesman, reddened and said: '"My hair Is falling out. Can you give me anything for 1 T "'You bet I Sure!' said the salesd man, heartily. 'How about this balr receiver at one forty-nin- e r" 1 hand-painte- If it is impossible for any young man or young woman to be in school tho full year, by all means they should enter for a course dur ing tho winter and spring terms. Anybody can milk, but it lakos a man with brains to milk the right-kinof profit out of them. 2. No man knows all thero is to let us all bo known about farming got togolher and learn from each I other. 3. Tho amount of brains you put into your work determines tho amount of pleasuro and profit you will get out of It. . Agricultural progress has been mado by mon who nro not satisfied j with what was good onough for 1. d HINTS FOR THE POULTRY GROWER Small (ires, dirty ecu, old eem. ot eggs which havo been kept ut a hlgk temperature for any length of time nri Work and Workers. Thero U not so much difference In the world's work as In the world's their grandfathers. workers. It Is not so much difference C. Don't keep three cows to pro- what we are doing so long as It Is duco 12.000 pounds of milk when useful thai counts as tho way In two better cows will do it with tho which we are doing It. The work of samo amount of feed. which we are ashamed we either have no right to do, or we are not doing It 0, Thero Is no branch of agriculture that takes as liltlo fertility from as we should. tho kinds not to select for incubation irrordlnif to a circular prepared hj tlio poultry husbandry department ol the Kansas State Agricultural college. Not nil ecca from tho best breeding stock aro good for hntchlug purposes. Often tho eggs aro small, uneven in shupe or poor In shell texture. Small ecus should never be Incubated, ns they do not hatch well, and pullets from them often lay undersized eggs. The small egg Is not wanted upon the inurket. The two ounco egg la me itonilurd In weight. Oply. filejui eggs, should, fee eejected for Incobatlon. Dirty or washed orbs never hatch as welt as do thoso which havo never been soiled. Slnco the egg begins to Incubate when it reaches n tempera turo of 08 degrees It should be kept below that point. From 15 to 03 degrees Is the range of tempcraturo permissible for eggs that are being kept for hutching. Eggs should not be kept any longer than Ik absolutely necessary. If they aro turned frequently and are kept ut tho correct temperature they may be kept for two weeks beforo being denly faded, Explorer Vllhjalmur who has Just returned from a placed In the Incubator, but It Is not advlsublo to try to keep them for that five years' cruise In the regions uround tho North pole, tells us that the weathlong a time. er up there Is by no means the frigid terror we have pictured In our minds. Explorer Says North Pole It Is much cooler In central Slberlu Weather Not as Pictures! than at Ilcrschcl Island. Even near tho geographical pole the climate never Another cherished Illusion Is dis- gets really bad, although the mercury pelled and relegated to the Junk heap occasionally runs down to 00 below of vivid tnlscQiiceptlong. that have eud- - ze.ca. Indeed, lt was. bq mUd und com It remains for the American Health association to play its part in medical mobilization and in the enlisting of all physicians specially trained in preventive medicine and public health nurses,' in our contest with tho invisible foes. The time lias eomo when if wo nro going to givo our boys the democracy that they havo been fighting for wo must face tho facts and prepare to deliver tlio goods. There fs evidence on all sides of an awakening of tho social conscience to the appalling conditions existing today, with poverty on tlio ono hand nnd enormous wealth on the other; modified Blavery on tho ono hand nnd luxurious idleness on tlio other. Tho efficient Folution of tho social problems of our liomes constitutes the very. foundation of public health administration. Every nation that permits people to remain under the fetters of preventable dUcuse and jKirniits social conditions to exist that mako it impossible for them to bo properly fed, clothed and housed sons to maintain n Jiigh degree of resistance nnd physical fltnws, nnd that indorses a wago that does not aiToAl sufficient revenuo for tho liomt a revenuo that will mako possiblo the development ofa sound mind ami body, is trampling a primary principle of democracy under its feet. Will nny of tlio democracies of today stand tho test? We must, in the first place, educate tho fuluro governors, tlio futuro legislators of our community, tho, futuro parents of our country, the medical profession, tho nursing profession, 'tho clergy, tho legal profession, and for tho generation to comu thero is only ono efficient way, und that is to begin witii our schools. Mako instruction in hygiene and public health an organized part of tlio curriculum of every public school, Iiieh fcIiooI and college Stef-ausso- n, patible with physical comfort tliut he usually disrobed on tho porch of his Igloo und pussed the evening In his underwear, resting at night In his sleeplug bag. Ills underwear, by tho way, was of reindeer's skin with the fur Inside. Ho bus explored ubout '.0,000 square miles umld all kinds of weather, and claims to have suffered uo hardships, until his return to civilization. Chrlstluu Herald. s February 20, 1010. tix ctrmn. MAKING Page SeV CITIZENS OP ALIENS SfiNEkarSdiooL Temperance nmtui.,i I BRITISH SHIPS ON GUARD IN GERMAN WATERS Excellent Work Done Through Classes Conducted Under Auspices of Bureau of Naturalization. Lesson (Ily Ilv. V. II. KITZWATEIl, Tractifr or Kuril, Illble In lh IMble Institute of Ctiknro.) D. D., 1 Moody t'almi.i ky tin National Woman's ilellnn TMnoerance l'nlon.1 The proliiliilion nincndmcnl In tho United Slnlcs wns not pnl Into tho LESSON FOR MARCH 2 Constitution liy Die South any mora than hy Iho Weal, nor was II put THE REPORT OF THE SPIES. into tho Constitution hy tho West any intiro thnn hy tho J'asl. It wns I.KHSON TEXT-fcumII:tM:Jl OOI.DHN TKXT-T- hls la th vlctnrr not n movement hy tho monicd classthat nvrrrnmth the wrM, vn our faith es, or of tho tnlddlo claseos, of cap-- I 'John. I IlKADINO-I'Ml- m DBVOTIONAt. 4J. ital, of lnlior, of this church or that wonPtnry of I'lllMAItr TOIMC-T- he League, church, of tho derful Journey, Memory Verne Num. 14; JUNIOIt TOI'If-Tw- o men AgalnM ten or the V. R. T. U, or tho DcmocrnU Memory Verne Nurn U:tt. thn Hcpuhlicans, hut of tho wholo TOI'IC-T- he INTKIIMKDIATR folly of or pooplo Iho pcoplo of ovcry" Stalo cowanllre. BKNIOIt AND ADULT TOrIC-C- ue North, Smith, East, West, Democrats of failure In life. ami ftcpiihl leans; rich nml poor; all I. The Spies Sent Out (13: united willi ono heart In tho deterI. rM thnfi two years have pned mination that Americanism shall not since tin' Israelite were dHlvered perish from tho earth. They nre from Egyptian bondage. bfti Antl-Salooh ). Oprlikt. IBIS, WMitta Nrwiar JJ courts as candidates for cltl- fzenslilp arc much better grounded In Mnny aliens who enter the nntumlt-zntlo- ti , now nt within sight Some of tho New York papers of Iho promised Innil. Moses urge them to gn In hiiiI Inke Immediate pos- complained loudly that prohihition session (Dent. 1:21) hut they full was hciiiK forced upon New York of their unbelief (I Id). 3:1(1). ami tho hif Slates hy tho smaller There wiin n threefold purpose In Slates. When it came New York's sending nut Dip spies; (1) tn see time lo have prohihition forced on whether the lunil wns ni fiod lind tnld great old Stale opened her them (v. IS); (U) tn sep whether the her, tin mouth wilh a broad grin, smacked people who dwelt there were strung or wenk. few or miiny (v. 18); (.1) to her lips and said: "Morol" It was as see whpllier the cities were made up easy as forcing candy on a baby. of stronghold or tents (v, 10). Whnt folly I If (lod bit fHiken. to question .Mr. Scott Ferris, who is tho head lila word In simply unbelief. Congressional Commission Executed (13: of the Democratic II. The Kiiilcvli-ltnrncn. tho knowledge of American government nnd Institution than the average native of this country. ludecd, some nllens are able tn answer questions that the Judges themselves nre not aide to answer The reason for their excellent knowledge of the American government .lies In the care tnken by the citizenship public In clnsses, now conducted schools throughout the country by the hurcmi of nnturnllr.utlon, deportment of lnlior, to Inculcate thorough famll-tnrltwith the Institutions of the land of their ndoptlon. The courses given hy these clnsses nre designed to rnlso the stnmlitrd of citizenship by Insuring n prcpnrntlon adequate to meet the requirements of the most exacting state Inws. Naturalization Is n somcwhnt complicated process at best, for not only must the nllen satisfy the requirements of the state In which he expects citizenship, hut he must also meet the demands of the nnturnllzn-tto- n court, which has the right to reject his application, at ItK own disy Ship's or the Ilrltlsh squadron have been visiting Uennun naval buses o see that the dlHiirmameut terms of the armistice are fulfilled. The photograph shows II. M. S. Verdun In Kiel harbor. Ileyond Is a huge floating dock used tot repairing cretion. The citizenship classes aim to make the wny to citizenship as easy as possible for men nnd women who nre willing to fit themselves for It. Grit. PROOF OF BIBLICAL TRUTH Religious Writer Points Out Parallel Between Germany and the Recorded Fall of Man. SPRUCING UP UNDER FIRE The world wor has brought to the fore striking Illustrations of the truth of Bible doctrines as usually Interpreted by what Is called the old theology. Glance for a moment at some of the old Bible truths that the war has Illustrated and vindicated. Take, for example, the fall of man as recounted In Genesis. Some have had difficulty with this fundamental doctrine of the Bible., I was talking a short time ago with a brilliant young college man, steeped In the scientific skepticism of the age, and he said: "But, doctor, think how Irrational Is the theory 'that man fell In a gardenT and just created by an e Godl" I replied by pointing out the very Interesting fact that modern Germany also fell In a garden. There was not a country upon the earth more blest anD prosperous than Gennany. Her of prosperity nnd pence the devil of selfishness, untruth and false ambition entered, and the ruling clnsses fell, and, like the fall In Eden, carried others down with them. Dr. John Iloach Strnton In Christian Herald. COULD NOT tributed the s would naturally have been called aplators. The Idea wns ridiculous, but let those laugh who have never thought of something that seemed sensible In the evening and absurd next morning. Tlipy entered the land from the south nnd traversed It to Its northern limits. They apent forty tiny In this Investlgtitlng cxplnrntlnn. It Is n and coiMinptil upon humnn nnttire when men mint ttH'iiil forty dnys In llndlng out the truthfulness of God's word. On their return from thn north they gathered some specimens of the fruit of Hip Innrt. Two of them, perhaps Cnleli nnd JoMmn, hore a cluster of snipes upon a staff between them ns witness thnt (lod hnd spoken the truth ntiout the land. III. The Splet Rendered a Report (13:20-33)- . Committee, says that a leading Western Senator, had long been at odds with tho editor of a loading Finally, tho Western newspaper. newspaper editor died and his city mado his funeral quilo an occasion, litis iness was slopped and everybody went lo it. A friend saw this S'cn-ntdown town and said, "Hello! Aren't 'nu going out to tho funeral?" "No," he replied, "but I am In favor of what's going on out thcro." or PEACE good will toward men." Luko 2:1 i. On (heir return this committee of explorers rendered a report to the .Peace! Yes,, pcaco on earth Though cruel war whole congregation. It vfas not unanimous? Its beauty mar, "On earth peace, 1. The majority report (vr. 20-2- (1) "The Innd floweth with milk, nnd honey (v. 27). As a proof of It they exhibited the fruit. They nil Imrc witness that this wns In ncconlnnce with what Ood had said. (2) "The people who live ihpre are strong" (v. 28). Thpy sppmed to stress this fnct. Unbelief dwells mnlniy tiion tllfllcnl-Hps- . (3) "Thp people live In wnlled dtles" (v. 28). They argued thnt It was luiMiiltile to capture them In such sure defenses. (4) 'The land was Inhnhlted liy glnntV (v. 2S cf v. 33). They saw themselves ns trrax hoppprs. Furthermore, tfley saw (he jwople so distributed the Amplekltei In the south country, the Hlttltes. Jeln usltes ami AtiinrilPH In the mountains and the Cnmiiinltcs nlong the sen thnt It wns ImiHiKslhle to take them. This, no doubt, seemed reasonable from the human side, hut they dlp!nyed their folly In that they left Oml out of the question. The same Ood who said to them, "Go, possess the Innd," would go alone to flu lit the battles. 2. The minority report (vv. In part, this report agrees with the' first; It does not Ignore the dlfllcnl-tipnor dispute the facts. It denies the conclusion of the mnjnrlty. They did not minimize the task before them, but assorted thnt with Ood's help thpy were well nble to get possession of the Innd, nnd urged Immediate action. The ten hnd their eyes on the but Caleb nnd Joshun fixed their eyes nion God. Caleb lived to pee his suggestion made real. The decisions of the mnjorlty nre not nlwnys right. Just two men ngnlnt the many thousands, hut the thousands were wrong and tho two wpre right. It Is not always true that tho "voice of the people Is the voice of Ood." IV. Tho Rebellion of the People 30-33- And passivo rago O'er its fair page Rut when? Pcacol The Princo of Pcaco Must Captain boFrom wrong to frco; , . . Whon men enthrone Him Lord alone, Then, Peace Fred Scott Shcpard in Christian Workers' Magazine. 1 . Measuring Earth's Temperature. A novel but simple method of measWashington Authorities Turned Down uring earth temperature has been sucSuggestion That Was Mx)e In cessfully tried at a depth of 5,302 feet, Perfect Seriousness. that of the bottom of the bore-hol- e of The snllor who can shnve himself In a stnnn has found his match In the St. Jenn d'Herans, the deepest In It would be hard to say which of the France. Two exactly similar centisoldier Walter Khrman. a Kansas City saany Impractical suggestions toward grade thermometers were cut off at n man, saw nt the Argonne front. "winning the war" that occurred to 40 degrees, and compared with a third wns with n medical corps nnd ns Individuals and were submitted to thermometer to show that the Indicahe passed Into No Man's wlUi Washington was the most imaginative, tions were not affected. The shortened the stretcher bearers, he noticed a but conscripting the busy bees cer- Instruments were fixed In opposite povnuth In khaki hiding Id a shell hole. tainly deserves honorable mention. sitions one Inverted and the other "He had a mirror between his Enormous numbers of these mellifer- erect In a simple sheath. Lowered knues," writes Khrman, "and he wns ous or anthopllous aculeate hymenop-terou- s Into the hle, they were then kept one intermittently shaving himself. Which Insects, as the dictionary calls hour at the bottom to acquire the rock Is to say, that, between acts, he'd mow them, were to be distributed by air- temperature, and as this was above n section of his face. Whenever n planes over the enemy trenches, pre- 40 degrees, some of the mercury was shell would come over he would duck sumably by dropping what might be forced from the tubes. On being withMxpertly, only to resume his Interruptcalled and the confusion drawn, thelubes were gradually heated tusk In moments of what you might that would follow may easily be Imag- ed In n water-batuntil the mercury call peace. ined by anybody who has ever got Into Just filled them, which the standard "'Ile.v. huddle, do you need a shave progress In nil lines, except morals trouble with a single beehive. But the thermometer showed was at C2.5 deHull had?' I asked him. military experts failed to see the util- grees In each. The surface temperamy mug's so blame dirty, had nnd spirituality, had been marvelous. "Aw. If she had remained true to right ity of the scheme. Perhaps they fore- ture being 125 degrees, the earth Into have It,' was his reply. Ideals she would have gone on un- saw that the enemy would promptly crease was one degree for each 100 "And here's another: One of our doubtedly Into the leadership of the provide himself with netting and de- feet of depth. medics found n pair of hnlr clippers whole The aviators who dis earth. But even In that garden vise nn the field, nnd while he was waiting In n shell hole with n doughboy until nn enemy barrage should light up, he clipped thnt doughboy's hair as nice ami stylish ns you please, till they'd hardly let h!m tn when he returned to j the trench, he looked that different" Soldier In the Trenches Wielded Razor While Enemy Shells Were Passing Above Him. Klir-mah r. SEE BEE-BOM- i THREE THINGS EVERY FARMER WANTS ARE With its budget of county court and political news, neighborhood gossip and personal men tion of its own adjacent communities, marriages, deaths, land sales, local crop condition reports, etc. Tim Healy's Wit. 14:1-38- ). This rebellion bpgnn by crying. Having left God out of the question they now weep and howl. This weeping and howling wns followed by murmuring ngalnst Moses nnd Aaron. They even wished thnt they hnd died In the God took wilderness or In Kgypt. them at their word; he vent them hack to wnnder In the wilderness for thlrtj-olgh- t yenrs, during which time they nil died except Caleb and Joshua. This whs followed by n proposition to organize for the return to Kgypt They proposed to select a captain as their lender. The protest of Joshua and Caleb against this resulted In tho proposition to stone (hem. At this point God Interposed tn their behalf. Ho manifested his glory before all the children of Israel In vindication of the loyalty of Joshua and Caleb. Holding tho Trenches, Kven tho reully devoted man may And It dltUcult to bold the Lord's trenches without fighting the devil's gas. COAL PRODUCTION REDUCED BY DRINK. In the mines of the Pittsburgh Vein Operators' Association of Ohio there was a loss of 30,000 tons In conl production on July 5 cnused by liquor drinking on the Fourth of July. ENOUGH TO PASS ON. These suggestions urv offered by the New York Sun; We hnve not the tnenns of verifying the estimate of the brewers thnt 10.000 saloons In this city go out of business because of the executive ban on beer, hut the figure K round and fascinating nnd suggestive. Ten thousand bartenders nre In essential Industry, If. not tn the army. Ten thousand hardwood bars could be turned Into gun stocks, ship's furniture and pence conference tables. Ten thousand sets of mirrors, placed In the cantonments, would add to the joy of the man putting on his first suit of olive drill). Ten thousand bms footrnlls would he received by the shell factories with . loud cheers. Ten thousand groups of "private stock" bottles could he used ns ketchup containers. Ten thousand hungstnrters could be adapted to shipyard use for the driving home of woodeiKkeys. One of these Interesting weapons might be sent to the Historical society. Then thousand slntes, after careful washing, could be used In schools. saloons vacated Ten thousand what Is the Increased value, In money alone, of the buildings In which they GOOD wel-enm- o The resignation of Tim Healy from parliament, says a writer In means thnt the house will lose Its greatest wit. I recall, from bis Inexhaustible list of witticisms, bis de- scrlptlon Mf n bill to which be objected ns the offspring of "a headache of the Irish office," while he once de- dared thnt the making of the late Sir Henry Into chief secretary was an nttempt to gov-- 1 n Ireland with Scotch Jokes. One of e.-Tim's most exquisite Imaginings, how- cer. was during n divorce case, when he said that ''the spectacle of his learned friend's client crying In the witness box wns the greatest miracle since Moses that hnd ever hapH-nedrew wuter from the rock." Tlt-BltCampbell-Hnnnermnn HIS HOME COUNTY PAPER HIS CITY DAILY PAPER HIS FARM PAPER Delivered each morning by R. F. D. carrier, bringing the news oi the State, the Nation and of the World, while it is fresh from the telegraph wires and cables, together with its editorial opinions and other features. Containing advice and instruction by experts on agriculture and livestock who devote their time and thought tb research and experimentation for improving farm production, efficiency and home comfort, Ministry of Knitters. A'lth real regret a good mnny at our Indies will lay aside their knitting needles at the word that their Industry has supplied the Immediate needs of the soldiers and sailors. Their record ol millions of sweaters, helmets and other protective gear Is unexampled In the history of the world, and will be Immortal In the grateful memories of the returning heroes. These knitters did not need to begin their lesson of thought for others when they took up knitting. But having kept It at the forefront of attention for so long, they will certainly be eager to find other menus of thoughtful ministry. and Advance. $5.60 Will bring these three necessities to every farmer for a whole year. by special clubbing arrangement is enabled to offer The Berea Citizen The Weekly Citizen t Your Home County Paper (Regular subscription price $1.50 a year.) AND The Courier-Journ- al v nestled? Was Good to See Her. Mrs. William K. Vandcrbllt, who Is home on a furlough after four years of servlco In France, where she bns "If anything has ever demonstrated been for the Inst 13 months directress the evil of beer drinking, It Is surely of canteens for (he Bed Cross, was Years ngo, when Just nbout to enter a New York shop thp prosent war. specializing In mental nnd nervous the other day when she felt some one diseases, I was taugln that alienists touching her arm. Turning, she wns had proved the 'crimes for which dis- face to fnce with two husky doughtilled liquors were responsible, nre boys thnt she had helped to nurse back crimes of passion unpremeditated, nnd to health In one of the convalescent often n horror to the pentrntor homes In France. "Mrs. Vunderbllt," when he recovers from the fffects of one exclaimed, while both extended bauds. "It's his drink. The habitual use of milt rough, liquors, however, so affects tho moral sure good to see you again. 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Coyle HISTORY OF KENTUCKY'S in town has lakon on a now hear- - tho cereal crops and vegetation. Coylo, Feb. ing, as thoro arc about forty cnsoi, awaiting germination, PART IN THE WAR February's aro no now roportcd at present. However, there calendar can boast of moro red lot-- 1 rases- of influenza nl prosonl, but Tho Kentucky Council of Defense ' havo been no deaths of recent dale. tcr days than any month of tho year. Iho measles aro raging. Mrs. Jamos wishes to keep boforo Iho publlo Charlie Welch was In Lexington On tho second camo Ground Hog Gentry ami Mrs. Luther Todd Iho historical work which Is now to seo his wife, who is bring Day. tho great wcathor prognosti- -, tended the Rhodo Island Red chlckon being dono under its supervision In treated at tho Dr. Spraguo Sanitar- cator; tho 12th ami 22nd challenge show nl Bcrca last week. W. G. every county In tho Stale, and In publlihul unlm latin In foil br U writer. The nme No eonriponden ium. A. T. Whill, cashier of the our commemoration as bolng Iho Todd and family aro down with tho ask the assistance of every person n f rldnc of ood fiilth. Writ plainly. publltitlon, but li not for Clay City National Bank, has assum- naial days of two of our most lllus- - measles. A. C. Carpenter, of Bcrca, who has a relative in tho service. ed general management of Tho Rus- Irlous statesmen; Iho noblllly and was llio guest of his daughter, Mrs. County Historians havo been apI Gray Hawk JACKSON COUNTY sell Oil Company's lease on Big virtue, of thoir lives aro a lasting J no. Glossip, Friday anil Satnrday.- - pointed in practically every county Everybody Sinking, In Leo county. Gray Hawk, Feb. 17. The local monument lo their memories. Tho Mr. and Mrs. Jamos Todd, of Ur- - in the Slato. Tho first work which Bond ami merchanls are paying 30 cents per, nth is sacred lo Iho memory of St. bnna, 111, aro visiting thoir parornU, they aro undertaking Is to got a Wo aro having a is hustling now some plowing 15. Bond, Fob. somo clearing now ground. There dozen for eggs. Shakcspearo Henry C. King, u Valentino. inferred Mr. anil Mrs. James Powell and I. N. litllo spoil of winter at present; tho Is in the sor-vimore land being cleared in and farmer, has brought suit against thai on this day, Iho birds began Todd, Our school closed Friday, record of every person Mrs. Now Year. first slnco about from Ihoir county, and to wrlto around Gray Hawk than has been Geo. O.'Bush, merchant at Vaughn' mating. Henco (he custom originated ' with Miss Coniollson as teacher. Robert E. Talyor and two of hor Jolmey j Mill, for the sum of $20,000. The of sending professions of lovo and Edward Berry has rolurncd homo this record on a War Record sheet for twenty years before. children havo been sick with tho Sandling namo had a grubbing Thursday; accusation of Bush ugainst King and lender messages. Tho old form or from tho Army. Our hustling mor-th- e These sheets will contain tho flu, but aro all belter at this limo and nddress of the soldier, tho namo had 26 hands, and got a good days' wifo for steeling steel traps Is said Valentino wns a burlesque, n chant, II. G. Cox, mado a buslnoss Tho Rov. G. P. Hacker has been Allie McGoorge sold to be tho cause of King's action. ridiculous and gaudily colored carl- - l"'P to Richmond last wook. Mr. nnd address of his parents, his ago, work done. holding a scries of meetings at this sixteen acres of land to James The case will como tip for trial in rature, of a lover and his lassie, with Henry Simpson visited his son Josso. Iho camp whero ho recoived first place sinco Wednesday. Mrs. Vina training, military address; promoJohn Henry Ed- tho March term of Circuit Court at n few comical lines nttached, but f Collogo Hill, last Wednesday J. T. Neeley fop $U0. McQueen is on tho sick list. tions, casualties, etc. Mob-le- y wards sold his farm to Widow Stanton. Joe Muntz has opened today, valentines aro lovely creations Mr. and Mrs. Elgio Lako spent SunBrewer jmado a business ixip to II is said that tho rerord of each J. T. Hayes sold his up a meat market on Main street of nrtistio and aesthetic designs, day with Mrs. John Glossip. Best for $1,000. Stella BaldPeoples Thursday. man In the Civil War was not obfarm at Olin to Willie Hall for This "berg" has had to get along with expressions of deepest sentl- - wishes to Tho Citizen and Its many Wirkliff win has smallpox. tained until a few years ago. But, School opened at Gray without a meat market for tho past ment. St. Vnlentino was n bishop renders, f,000. visited D. R. Allen last if Iho relatives of soldiers will lend Hawk today. We hope wo will not two years. Panola Uncle Ben Curtis has of Homo during tho third century. Mr. Friday and Saturday. their nld now, while information tt have lo close any more till out, returned home, after making a sur-- 1 History scales that "ho was of n, Panola, Feb. 18. of has just recently returned The tin is subsiding vcy of tho oil field and finding no most nmiablo naturo and possessed mnr Witt Springs lias moved in ran easily be obtained, tho records John April 25. from the A. E. F. in Franrc. of each man in tho servlco from some. The Rev. A. D. Bowman job. Ho will await tho coming of a rPmarkablo gift of eloquence" Ho ""s neighborhood. Charley Jones B. King sold his farm at Lite for through the cor- spring before making another ven- - was martyred by tho Roman emperor "f Hrasslleld was in this section, Kentucky can be made within n few wanted to know 84,800, and bought T. II. Little's farm months. respondent at Gray Hawk when ho luro. Several for converting' Roman pngans to! Monday, buying hogs. for $4,500. Mr. Liltlo will sell his Those records, when completed, thought it would be safe to hold CLAY COUNTY attended court at Irvine. will be bound In permanent form Christianity, on the tlth day of Feb fr,)I11 stock of goods and other property at the M. E. church. The e, Vina Mrs. Mag. Coffee of ntary, A. D. 270. Henco Valentino's Monday. at auction, February 26. ' Ho has service Sunday nnd made a part of the records of ! in March. Feb. 15 Born to Mr. and Day Married, February 12th, Slier-- 1 1' hecn visiting in this thn ronnly. bought a farm in Garrard county fourth Mrs. G. W. Allen, a bouncing girl; rod Baker, of this section, lo Miss neighborhood with two sons who Noah Riley has been for $15,000. If you want the record of your ROCKCASTLE COUNTY Miss SMitliol Eva Johnson, of Silver Creek. It was "av" J"" returned from the army her name is .Mollie. homo for a few days on a furlough. soldier boy fo be placed In tho recDisputants Downey of Vine spent last week a most brilliant affair. Tho conn Hie situation Is somewhat ord of your county go at once to Ho is stationed at a training camp Disputanla, Feb. 17, Farmers in with friends on Mauldcn. Died a Iryside for miles nround ranu with brighter at tills writing. Tho four Mm Historian of your county, get a in Maryland. this vicinity are turning tho soil few days ago Mrs. Sophia Ward,! lbe echoes of tho rousing chivarari months' old baby of Mrs. LUey Cole War Record blank. All It oul nnd Sand Gap burning beds. tobacco and Guy return It lo lbe wife of Z. A. Ward, after a fe- - given by tho boys Trom both neigh- - has been very sick litis week. Historian. This apAt last, after Robert Shearer and family havo Sand Gap, Feb. 17. days' illness of flu and pneumonia, borhoods. John W. Flancry of Co. Wonlry of Panola has relumed peal is direrled particularly lo llio a prolonged spell of "summer in gone to Indiana to make their futuro army. She leaves a husband and six chil- - A. 26th M. 0. Bn, at Camp Sheridan,' mothers and sisters of soldiers. winter" weather, wo arc having a home. Mrs. J. E. McGuiro and Mrs. dren to mourn her loss. Mr. and' haj been discharged and is enroute! Do not slop here. Give a part of very tough spell of winter, to which J. W. Anglin, of Paint Lick, wero Mrs. J. S. Teague are the proud' for home. GARRARD COUNTY The entire family i.f Tho flu visiting their mother, Mrs. A. T. we aro very sensitive. vo"r time to the County Historian parents of a line boy; his name is John Crawford, (eight in number1, Bryantsvllle nd nelsl her or him in gelling in situation in this vicinity is improv- Abncy, last week. Miss Pauline Samuel. H. II. Rice purchased wlon sick willi Mr, and influenza, look' Bryantsville, Feb. 15. to tiie soldiers in your ing; no now cases at present. Gadd, who has been in Battlo Creek, a cow and calf from Calvin Penn- -, measles, but wo aro glad to know U. P. Brown spent Wednesday and formation as part of Iho. county. Wo were sorry to learn of the death Mich, sinco last May, has returned inglon Mrs. Jcnnio How- -i they aro convalescing and aro out Thursday in Stanford with his par- for $100. Soldiers now returuning from Hie of our former neighbors, Mrs. Annie homo. John Reese has moved to ard, who has been very poorly, isi of danger, Mrs. Frank Matthews cuts. Menlaiiios .1. G. Williams and nrmv are urgently requested lo call McKin-no- y, Smith and Mrs. Rephenia the farm just vacated by Robert about well again. and Mrs. Kimbrcll are much better Lizzie Burgess were Danville visit- !on Mm Coiintv HMorlnn. fill oul n who died last week of influenza, Shearer. Mrs. Margaret Qrouchor Roy Campbell of blank for themselves, nnd urge other ors Wednesday. after a serious illness. An infant of and tuberculosis. and daughter, Ethel, of Hamilton. MADISON COUNTY Camp Meade. Mil., tins received Ins relurn'ng soldiers to fill blanks nnd Mr. and Mrs. John Shepherd of this has been visiting Baker Johnson her daughter, Mrs. risv Tick discharge and is at home. Mrs. thus aid Iho County Historian. Let place died tho 16th inst from the John Miller, here. Wm. White, of Clay Lick, Feb. 16. Wo have1 Sherrod Baker, of this section, and Courtney Roberts has been very ill us now get tho military record of effects of influenza. Glad to say Climax, who has been sick for some another little snow on tho ground1 Miss Eva Johnson, of Silver Crook, with pneumonia but we ore glad to every man in the service. The II is- -i tho rest of tho family arc up again. time, is at the Robinson Hospital, now which is about the fifth snow were married Feb 12th, 1919. Tho ay is much better now. The school lorinn for Madison county Is Mrs. Sunday-scho- ol at this place is where ho is receiving treatment. we Harry wedding reception was ono of tho opened here February 3, hnving been J R. Pates. Richmond. Ky. have had this winter. discontinued until bettor times. His wife is also sick at their home, Hazelwood has moved on Sam Lucas' most brilliant and elaborate affairs closed for n few weeks on account Charley Durham who had been in i 0. M .Payne was in Berea the 17th place; known as tho Harve Robinson ever witnessed in a country home. if influenza. G. H. Rose died at ROADS IN THE MOUNTAINS the U. S. army for sometime is dis- ' on business. Walter McNeely, of place. Stanley howler was tho Tho wedding party comprised brido his homo after n long illness, FebHaving pledged themselves to the charged and is now enjoying the I this place, has moved to Berea. guest of raro privilege of being at "Homo, Oscar Thomas, Sr, who has been Saturday his brother at Berea last and groom and attendants, Miss ruary 12. His remains were laid to construction of a real road lo connight. Henry Hillard has Myrllo Johnson, head nurso in tho rest in the Lancaster cemetery. Febnect Ashland nnd Jenkins by way of Wake up, Jackson visiting his grandfather, H. C. Swoet Home." been staying with G. B. Pruitt a few Robinson Hospital nnd Lieut. Hall, ruary 1. He leaves a wife and one county correspondents! The laziest Thomas, in Laurel County, has reI'leasureville, Prestonburg and Piko-vill- e; days. Ivo Carter is somo bolter at who camo homo on leave of absence daughter, Mrs. Bowling, and live one on tho list is aroused. Why turned home Mrs. Mary E. Evans, and having tinder considern-lin- n this wiiting. Uncle Milt Blythe.t from Camp Taylor for tho auspicious sons. Will, Dr. B. C, Cleveland, Robstill another mountain road to sleep ye? of Bcrca, spent a few days with her Henry Dcnnie's wifo and child, and occasion. Tho bridal party motored ert, and one son who is now in tho connect Jenkins with (he Bltiegrass Carlco parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Swinford, Lula, tho daughter of Will Walker, to Richmond, where tho ceremony army. Miss Pearl Boswell, teacher by way of Whilesburg, Hazard, Jark-so- n, Carico, Feb. 16. are having last week. Born to the wifo of Chas. wero visitors at Will Walker's S'at--as We performed In tho Court house, of the Grove school, is being visited Bealtyvllle nnd Irvine, the prosome snowy weather at present. King, a flno girl. John Gadd, who unlay nighi. We havo received Judge Price officiating. At7:30p.m., by her sister from Springfield. Robert Tussey killed his bacon hogs has been at Camp Shelby, Miss, for news here that Bert Guinn, formerly! they returned lo tho lovely country Ben Grimes of this placo shot and ponents of good roads in tho mounBorn to Mr. and Mrs. 18 months, has been honorably dis- of this place but now of Paris, IndJ homo of W. A. Johnson, tho brido's killed his nephew, Jim, in Lancaster tains aro taking steps that will relast week. Roscoo Faris a bouncing girl; named charged and returned home Mrs. has sold his farm there and will ' father, which was illuminated from Saturday night. Both men were un- dound to their credit as long as the mountains stand upon their bases. Somo of tho people in A. T. Abncy has been sick, but is move to Mississippi to mako his turret to Mariorie. e. der the influence of alcohol. base and profusely The coal Ileitis and the oil llclil- - of theso parts aro having relapses of some better at this writing. Tho flu has about played rated for the occasion, shedding u n the mountains are giving Unit Eggs E. Abncy and Shelton Grisby went out around here nnd we aro sure' festive and radiant plow over the the flu, and arc very poorly. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY the money it needs to do what are 30 cents a dozen; corn, $150 a lo Richmond, February 17, with a glad of it. G. H. Gabbard of Paris, handsomely furnished parlors and Boone is necessary for the general develop, hushel; beans, 8 and 10 cents per load of tobacco. Bob Shearer sold Ind, was tho guest of his mother guest rooms. Boone. Feb. 13. The llev. I). L. ment of lbe section. The coal nnd pound. Mrs. T.enthv Tussev celeto R. T. Abncy two nice yearling and brother, Mary E. and 0. L. Gab- -i Within tho spacious dining room, Mooch flllfd hii regular appointment the nil can come out by railroad and brated her 70lh birthday tho 2nd heifers for the sum of $50. J. E. bard, last week. Miss Ida Chris-- a at the Baptist church Saturday and pipe line, but the products of farm most elegant and sumptuous inst. There were thirty present and McGuire, of Paint Lick, was visitof this placo is visiting in Ohio.1 past was served to moro than ono Sunday last. Everelt, thn little and orchard must bo consumed upon all had a nice time. Mrs. Cosby ing friends hero' Saturday and SunMiss Lizzio Robinson who lias' hundred guests. The brido was son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank, died at the ground or left to rot. There I Cole is planning on going back to day. W. S. and II. G. Payne of Con- been making her home with Mrs. lovely in a handsome gray (lope) silk the Robinson Hospital with doublo Franklin, O, soon. Bro. Henry way, wero Disputanla visitors last Alox Mooro is visiting her people In dress, with hat, gloves and shoes to pneumonia, following the flu. He llio finest prospect for poultry rals-insheep raising and fruit raising Lewis will preach at Flat Top the week. W. G. Muliins has been doing Ohio. Mack Henderson and family harmonizo with the lustrous shim-o- f was n good little boy and liked by In the mountains as soon as there is second Sunday in March. W. H. carpentry work for 0. M. Payne. Lowell and Mary Brockman of nier of the bridal robe that enhanced all who knew him. Tho bereaved a way provided for the disposal of Ovc Roberts is sick at present. Cooksburg Indiana were tho guests of tho Iat- - tho beauty and grace of tho wearer ones havo our sincere sympathy. surplus products. Tussey killed two large fat hogs Cooksburg, Feb. 17. Wo are tor's grandmother, Mrs. Mary E. and mado her tho envied cynasuro Interment took placo in Scaffold In this respect the construction of Undo Gilbert Reynold? having somo snow at present. last week. Gabbard, last Sunday night. Misses Nancy and real highways will work wonders. of all eyes. After supper. Micro was Cane cemetery. is not very well at present. Wm. Mrs. Sarah VanZanto continues in heard in tho distanco an ominous Julia Grant were visiting In Berea TJie people of the mountains aro Wallacoton Faubus is building a new house. j very poor health. Thomas Guinn John Wallaccton, Feb. 17. Tho slock roaring and rumbling that might Saturday and Sunday. lacking neither In intelligence nor is very ill at this writing. McKee Mrs. salo of J. H. Ely of this placo was have presaged an attack of the folks aro nil down with tho energy, hut lliey havo had no iucen McKee, Feb. 17. We aro having N'annio Griffin was in Mt. Vernon well attended by a good sized crowd Huns, but as it approached, it cul- flu. Mrs. Jas. Grant is on tho live for the expenditure of heavy C. L. somo very cold weather at present. on business this week. sick list Everything minated Into a noisy chivarari. of anxious buyers. labor in increasing their farm proMr. R. M. Ward and family aro Thomas mado a business trip to brought good prices; corn brought a flno string band, to assuago duce, because thoy could not disS. S. $9.00 per very sick with influenza. Mrs. Muliins Station Friday. barrel. Chris Winkler of tho discord, an immenso crowd of NOW BACON HAS A RIVAL pose of their chickens, turkeys nntl James Tincher who has been visit- Griffin was in Mt. Vernon Saturday. Berea was tho auctioneer; ho always boys had collected every old tin eggs. There aro orchards In tho French Profeitor Auerts That WilTho flu epidemic has ceased in makes them bring tho highest pos- pan, bucket, circular saw and everying relatives in Bcrca has returned mountains, hut '.hoy have largely liam Stanley, Earl of Derby, Real, Scrgt. Dowey Sparks who this neighborhood and wo hope sible prices home. Calo Guinn sold his thing of a melnllio ring, on which fallen into decay because of lack of ly Waa "Shakeapeare." has been in Franco for several there will be no moro new cases-Ch- arley farm lo Pal Ballard for tho sum of they wero pounding with all thoir transportation of their fruits to tho French is going to start to $3,000. Caio lias tho Indiana fovcr. might. Hundreds of pistol shots months has received an honorable mnrkols. Willi llio coming of tha To tlmae Mini tuke iirguiticiitutlve discharge and is at homo. Ho has Colorado in a few days. Charlie J. H. Ely's family havo tho flu at perforated the air and mado tho plt'UHUrt In the cnnvlctlntl that Huron highways there is bound to bo an experiences to tell. McGuire has taken a job of getting preseni. Thoy aro ail improving. somo wonderful countryside for miles nround ro- - wrote Shnkcpeure. the Introduction era of new prosperity in tho mounSophia, tho young daughter of out a set of old timo houso logs Born to tho wifo of Pal Ballard, of yet another candidate for thut tains not attributable to oil or coal. Jr, .souiul with the pandemonium. Judge and Mrs. Johnson, died last for Elmer Muliins on Crooked Creek. a flno baby girl; her namo is Mary Tho terms of capitulation wero must lie rtither niinoyliiK. WilLighter conditions of living must Derby. I" liam Stanley, sixth carl of week of pneumonia, following an George Thomas of Atlanta was tho Bernico Ballard follow tho advent of good roads. Miss Grace Gen- soon agreed upon, when tho groom the latest "reul Shakespeare," discovattack of flu. This is tho second guest of his brother, C. L. Thomas, try has gono to Michigan to workv produced a large box of candy and Tho mountain people will bo enabldaughter that has died within two the week end. W.D. Mullinof Mill J, 0. Caldwell who is now In tho treated tho crowd. Aflcr Iho treat, ered anil proilticei by Prof. Abel I.e ed to bring in such things as maFrank, n French scholar, who cIuIiiik woeks. His wifo and father aro very lins Station was visiting C. L. Thorn Lexington Asylum is no better. the string band entered tho parlor that only nn Kngllidiman who hurt lived chinery, Ihoy will rccoivo an added McKinley Ash was Waller Caldwell low with tho samo 'disease. Judge as Monday. discoursed sweot music lo tho In France could huve written "Love'n impulse (o give their children is homo on a ten and Mrs. Johnson havo tho sympa- tho welcome guest at the homo of days' furlough. Ho expects lo bo delighted audionco as Ihoy "tripped Labor Lout," anil that William .Stanley schooling; and tho knowledgo of ICiirIUIi-maMiss Ida Allen Sunday. Farming I? discharged at onco thy of tho wholo community. on nccount or Mto Light Fantastic loo" till llio weo waa the only contemporary what lliclr soil can do will receive who tits the hill; also that there F. M. Maris his grandmother being alono and no! sum hours of the morning. This Miss Agnes Farmer who is leaching tho go in tliis part. inwas nn Initlnct for the theater In the dissemination. Tho oil and coal is very ill at this writing. Success ono to stay with at Wind Cavo is homo on a visit her. We aro being Mr. Baker's second matrimo-- Stanley finally, ami that William Is terests will proflt also In thoir way, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Truett wont to to Tho Citizen. having real winter weather at pres-- - nlal 'venture, iio has proved the known to have written poetry. The because thoy will And living conAnnvilio Sunday to meet thoir son ent. Tho health of tho neighbor- - truth of tho adage, "Wedlock, llko urstunrnt aeeni to be about as com- ditions vastly improved, moro food POWELL COUNTY who has just returned from Franco. hood is good except tho family ofiWino, is not properly judgod till plete ns thut of the person who found and better food for salo in local Clay City Miss Forrest Hays and Capt. Hor-ri- co taking tho second draught" Ho also a puKsace In a letter from Sir Philip markets; and their workmen conMr. Ely who nro convalescent. ' Clay City, Measles has broken out "Will, my sequently morn willing to remain Baker wore married several pays a high compliment to his first Sidney which mention Blue Lick at rd Leicester' Jester," and. not Ihoir tasks. days ago. They aro making their in nnd around town, a few cases "February wifo, showing that thoir union was Blue Lick, Feb. 10 'Ie t0 n'1'1 reported. flu situation how you vary, boing Tho homo in Virginia. J,ust w,H;ri' J ''jf u appy that ho is willing to com- The example set in tho mountains .V.,",,0 walling , . r ln Mn . nn.l Mr, Shakeapeare vrua. and what " moaning, signing; winning snow- - 'm,. i tllL. ,II1C decided that he Waa should enliven road interest everylnc ,t flakes fill tho air." Just two balmy I'aKcr win move to inoir mrm on prbabiy "my Lord of l.flceter,a where; nnd wo shall watch ttioso days to bring a hint of spring's ca- - Walnut Meadow Plko and soon will joMor" himself.- - ChrUtlau Science new highways with tho livolicsl b" at homo to titer host of friends. Monitor rcssing touch. Tho Loiiisvilln Herald. mountains, stand liko grim sentinels x abovo tho valleys, whero is spread Tha Hornplp. A Iho whito mantio of protection for. Tho "hornpipe" fa an old English Ha In fact. dunce peculiar to Kngland. one mlKht almost nay It wus tho chief JOHN WHITE fc CO. before-the-wReturns to its dunco of the UritUh tailor, nntl Is stilt. LOUItVILLK, KY. Modern "hornpipe" uro In common high standard of quality Liberal ataortrntat tlmu and of a more lively character OROWIMQ KIND" TM BURB ad full valiM pa" than the ancient form. It I nupposed They produce UttUir crop. Your flntaowuv for to huve received its naiuu from tho InVlUcuuvlucuyou. Ak your deuer. .FURS LOUISVILLC SUB CO.. Ineeneialed strument which wus pluyed during Its LOUlivikLB, KV. Hide, and East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else cro - ay co Jrff-flarrr- Mob-Vin- - f" t" j ' ' 1 deeft-liom- sec-lio- ro-m- an g, Mc-No- Bo-si- -- .... .i.ir I No More War Flour Potts' GOLD DUST Flour ar nl. I snow-cover- ed Fltld of Satisfaction causa Sowad lEvsiiafwNKBBlrseaJ C.vt.lv.l WklMle a. Once Tried Always used Jot IUm F performance.