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OeArotod to tlae Five Cents I'or Copy. The citizen HKUEA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FEHIlUAItY 27, 1010. Ono Dollar and Interests of tine Eoujcitan. People MRS HF 'PY R. Knowledge is Power and the way to keep up with modern Knowlcdgo Is to read a good Nowspaper. Vol. XX. Fifty Cents Per Year. No. 35. Keeping Accounts Success or failure in farming as in any other business depends very largely on the farmer's ability to ''keep accounts!' correctly. They will reveal the cost of production and discover any "business leaks" that may exist. It is almost as important to know how much it costs to produce a good crop of corn as to have a large yield to the acre. The cost or production will determine the profit. The successful farmer by "keeping accounts" will have figures to show how much he owns as well as how much he owes and the dilTerence between the two items will determine how much he is worth. The successful farmer finds that it pays to use his head as well as his hands, and that time spent in 'counting the cost" always pavs big dividends. He has found that "keeping accounts" enables him to substitute actual figures for guesswork, and profit for perspiration. permanent national characteristic, PERMANENT GOVERNwillingness to savo d MENT SAVINGS PLAN the and lend to tho government awak- Forecast by Secretary Glass wide-sprea- President Wilson Given A Hearty Welcome Home Tho presidential parly landed at Ibo Boston harbor at 11:10 Monday morning, and was given an eninusi-asti- e reception by the thousands who had assembled to witness the RA World News President Wilson has brought back with him something 0f tho spirit of the Peace Congress that I.i going on in France. There is an enthusiasm about his utterances in Dostnn that will challenge tho attention of the country. The declaration that our country is trusted by the nations of Kuropo awakens the highest ambition of every citizen to be worthy of the trust. Clemenceau, Hie French primo minister, and president of the Pcaco f Congress, was shot in the hack by an anarchist named Cotlin, during die week. Tho wound is not bc- -t lieved to be a dangerous ono unless something unforeseen sets In. Tho bullet entered the lung and may cause inllamatlon. At times tho minister has spells of coughing'. . Ho insists on attending to some of tho affairs of the Congress and holds conferences with his colleagues. great coiinlry of ours throughout the world. is trusted arrival. later Tho rapid establishment of a government agenoy for popular savings is foro shadowed in an iituirrtinrcHiiMit made recently by Carter Glass, Secretary of tho Treasury, through I,. A. Wilson, Diro'lor of War Savings of tho Eight Federal Jlcservo District. Sales of War Savings Stamps will bo continued vigorously despito any slowing up in other projects becauso of tho War's cessation. Tho announcement also stated that tho JG t,000 War Savings Societies throughout the United Stales will bo maintained and, where conditions justify, now societies will lie formed. Secretary (llas. In discussing tho plans for tho newly organized Savings Division of tho United Stales Treasury, and the special savings function assigned to tho Federal Reserve Districts, said: ' In tin newly established savings function of the Treasury of tho United States, it is bcllovcd, will have a thrift mechanism rivaling in the convenience tho method of Europo. Through it wo hope to establish new motives for saving that will capilalizo into a ed ' ened by tho war. "Tho ultimato nim Is to mako Investment in government securities matter with us as it an oVcry-da- y has becomo with tho people of Franco and England. Most Frenchmen and Frenchwomen look forward very early in youth to tho day when they will bo tlio proud possessors of 'rentes', as their bonds aro called. Huh and poor buy them for for old age protection, to provide education and dowries for children and to add to family and business security and happiness. Twenty million Americans, thru interest In Liberty Donds and War Savings Stamps have begun to gain a similar taste for saving through povernment fntercsUjiclding scour- ities. To perpetuate this valuablo hnhll acquired as a war measure, it is planned, especially in conncc-in- n with the sale of War Savings Stamps, to aid in meeting war obligation", to emphasize new argupatriotism, and ments of every-dn- y for sav if Individual ing and purchase of stamps, which will lie equally compelling after tho neace terms aro signed." self-inter- DEMAND TOR LEADERS George Washington has been dead a long time and yel Americans continue to make a great time over the arrival of February 22. Thorc aro mid "speaking" and celebrations ornamentations everywhere and the birthday of tho llrsl great American goes nil with n hum. The question was raised in a recent gathering. "Why was Washington great? Was it not Jusf circumstances that made him what And that brings on this ho was?" editorial. Washington wasn't great through mere force of circumstances. Neither was Andrew Jackson, or Joan of Are. or Livingston, or John Wesley. Neither is our present-da- y President great through mere force Of circumstances. Circumstances may serve to omphasizo or to develop greatne.--s In n man hut. unless he has that within him?of that makes him great, ho sinks under the strain of responsibility or falls tho insidious machinations of flattery. And tho man who can weather through both of these dangerous pitfalls and come out a hero proves that within him lies that spark of divinity which entitles lilin to be numbered with the great. It ts a signlllcnnt fact, in this connection, that the spark of divinity un-Nlcr has always shown itself in n defl-ntl- e, concrete wajf all of the really great men of the world have been praying men and in instance after instance they have been men who openly dedicated their lives to the Washingcause they represented. ton was not great through force of He was great becircumstances. cause Sio believed in Liberty of Government and the Freedom of all peoples and the dedication of his life to this cause made him the leader of his government and the idol of bis people. This whole thought is particularly pertinent to tho limes because a world Is lifting reorganized and il cannot lie reorganized rightfully unless there aro leaders to see that its foundations nre'seeure. Kverywhere religious movements are being born, great pieces of machinery being set up, organizations developed for the forces of good are determined to see to it that the foundation is secure and that tho reorganization is belter than the old order of things. Hut, tfittly, it is becoming more apparent that there is a shortage of leaders plenty of time-cloc- k workers, hut mighty few real heart-powworkers. In other words, there nro few Georgo Washington, mighty few John Wesleys and practically no other Woodrow Wilsons in the world. er It warms my heart to see a great again, body of my fellow-citizebecause in .some respects during the recent months I have -- been very lonely indeed without your comradeship and counsel, and I tried at every step of the work which fell lo me to recall what I was sure would be your counsel with regard lo the great matters which wore under consideration. "I do pot want you'to think that I have not been appreciative of the extraordinarily generous reception which was given to me on the other sido in saying that il makes me very happy to get homo again. I do not mean to say that I was not very deeply touched by the cries that came from the great crowds on the other side. Hut I want to say to you'ln all honesty that I felt them to be a ealt'of greeting to you rather than to me. "I did not reel that the greeting was personal. I had in my heart the overcjrowning pride of being your representative and of receiving the plaudits of'men everywhere win Ml that your hearts beat with theirs in the cause of liberty. There was no mistaking the tone in tho voice of those great crowds. It was not a tone of mere greeting; it was not a lone of mere generous welcome; it was the calling of comrade lo comrade, the 'cries that come from men who say, 'We have waited for this day when the friends of liberty should come across the sea and shake hands with us, lo see that a new world was constructed upon a new bais and foundation of justice and right.' Proudest Thing to Report "I can't tell you the inspiration that camo from tho sentiments that come out of theso simple voices of the crowd. And tho proudest thing I have to report to you is that this ns In n sniM'i'li vvlilnli was delivered by the J'reldent in Mechanics Hall, he said, in part: "I have not come to report the proceedings or the results of th" proceedings of the Peace Confer-cno- oj that would bo premature. I can say thai I have received very happy impressions from this conference; the impression that, while there are many differences of judgment, while there nre somo divergences of object, there is nevertheless a common spirit and a common realization of tho necessity of setting", up new standards of right In the world. "And I don't see how any man can fail to have been subdued by thesp plea, subdued by Ibis feeling, that he was not there lo assert an individual Judgment of his own, hut to try lo assist the cause of humanity. "And in the midst of it all every, interest seeks out, first of all, when it reaches Paris the representatives of the United States. Why? Dc- eause and I think I am slating the most wonderful fact in history because Micro is no nation in Europe that suspects the motives of the United States. "Was lliere ever so wonderful a thing seen before? Was there ever so moving a thing? Was Iboro ever any fact that so bound the nation that had won that esteem forever lo deserve it? . "If America wore at this juncture to fail the world, what would come of it? Fdo not mean any disrespect to any oilier great people when I say that America is the hope of and if she does not justify that hope the results arc unthinkable. Men will bo thrown back upon tho bitterness of disappointment not only, hut the bitterness of despair. All nations will lie set up as hostile camps again; Hie men at the Peace Conference will go home with their hcahs upon their breasts, knowing thai they have failed for they were bidden not to come homo from there until they did something more limn sign a treaty of peace. .Mix. Ik'lirj It. I'..!!, wife nl ii iiiein her of tlio wnr Industries board. Is th first and only Meld director of the American Itcil Cross. Slie ranks as a major at Walter Heed liopltal, wher ho Is at work all day every day. SU-- i liullt In I'lttMiurgh, her home city, u Ked Cross lioase In Hie shape of a cross, ami nt the beginning of tho war had charge of a Inrgefood conservation plant there. CLEMENCEAU TIRED OUT French Premier Become Restless as Result of Wound. Only Two Visitors Allowed to See Him During the Day Objects to Taking Morphine. An uprising of the radical clement in Havaria resulted in tho assassination of the foreign minister, Kurt Eisner, and several other leaders. The revolt has spread to Austria nnd Hungary and threatens n period of disorder and bloodshed. There was a general scene of plundering in Municlr and many of the inhabitants left the city for safety. In some enses there was a doubt whether the movement was genuinely radical or instigated by tho" royalist party. The Assembly at Weimar seems lo bo making advancement nnd a constitution of great length is being shaped up. Tho financial problem is looming up in all its immensity. Whatever tho efforts made to scale tho debt down it will still bo largo. Forty to a hundred billions of dollars are figures that are mentioned. Tho entire wealth of Germany is only about eighty billions of dollars. The burden will have to- bo carried for many years. - ; Paris, Feb. 24. Premier Clemenceau has hecomu very restless as a result of the wound lnlllcted In his chest by a would-b- assassin. Kentucky News President Coales of the Eastern Stale. Normal attended the governor's reception at the mansion, Frankfort, February 21. Doubling Ihe salaries of public school teachers within the next live years and an addition of 50 per cent before, another ten years hovo passed, so that the minimum average salary for teachers would bo 81.500, was the programme urged by Commissioner of Education Claxtou. General Dennett II. Young, commander-in-chief of the United Confederate Veterans from 1013 to 1010, died at his home in Louisville, February 23, following a short illness. Ho returned to Louisville the night of the 22nd in a dying condition from Florida, where ho went several weeks ago to recuperate. In his political notes in the Cin- Onlj two visitors woro nllowcd to see him during tlio day. Foreign Secretary Stephen I'lchon called ut the premier's residence at noon. Paris, Teh. 24. Premier Clemenceau was able to rest well during the night nnd seemingly suffered no adverse effects from lils exertions yesterday, which caused considerable anxiety to (Continued on Page Eight) his pliyslclnus and family. During the day he saw no less than forty persons, which the doctors considered excessive for n man of Ids" age with a bullet In Ills back, but M. Clemenceau Is nn arbitrary gentleman Chairman Pou, of the House Rules who does exactly as Jie pleases. Committee, announced that his comAt last Doctor Lnubry volunteered mittee would this week propose a to sugcest an Injection of morphine, right of way action to end govern- says the Petit Journal. He appealed to ihe premier ns a "brother doctor," ment control of telephone and but M. Clemcncenu sprang up, seized system on December 31. the physician by the shoulders and Minuted: "What. what, morphine, morA resolution calling on President phine t You want to finish me? Are Wilson and Congress to urge the you In the pay of the bolMievIkl?" Peace Conference lo grant Ireland Doctor I.aubry threw up his Ii:im1-nnsaid : "There you are. We wan: the right to national was offered by Cardinal Gib- to give your chest a restand yoi bons for adoption at the conven- nearly burst It." Is somewhu "Premier tion of .tho Irish race" in Aniercia at fatigued andClemcncenu will receive ir mi" to Philadelphia recently. day," said Doctor Cautra of the medical staff attending Premier Clemen-cpiiafter the examination of the pr President Wilson plans to spend just ono busy week in Washington inter. U. S. News The various sections of Russia, opposed to tho nolshcviki, have refused to send delegates to tho conference at Princes Island on tho ground that they cannot havo dealings with the radicals. Thus tlio effort of tho Peace Congress to bring about somo understanding is an apparent failure.. Our minister, Mr. Francis, thinks that a peace for Europo with Russia in its present condition is Impossible. Tho allies, however, seem less inclined lo interfere with force than formerly. telu-gra- ph ,is being severely criticised by some authorities for Ms cabinet appointments. The list does not contain somo names that it was expecjed would bo there. The LInyd-Oeorgo -- primo minister, however, has a way of doing things that arc not expected and thero is generally a good reason. His enemies account for the so cabinet on the ground that ho busy with the Pcaco Congress that ho has paid but little attention to tho appointments. 1 cinnati Enquirer Sunday, the Ken- CONTENTS PAGE 1. Edito?inl: Keeping Accounts. WilMin President Welcomed Home. Wdrhf News; U. S. News; Stale News. mick:e says -- He fAML l& BUT ONE. 3O0N TCUN IK fUr STW." PAGE 2. PAGE 3. Ilooso School News. veil Memorial Programs. BOSS fHArf's NNOftt rao-fvv "THE --- Sans tucky correspondent said: James Wallace of Irvine aspires to tho nomination for State Treasurer, but the organization makers say if J. W, Perkins of Frankfort is to go on tho tickcl, Wallace will havo to wait. since that would mako two men from tho Seventh congressional district. ington-Par- Serial Story. Income Y. W. C. A. .Notes Tax Article. Local News. Wash-ingto- n PAGE 4. PAGE 5. Thriftogrums. Local Taxation and the Distribution of tho County Tux. Current News Review. C PAGE Homo and Farm News. S. S Lesson. TemperSail- PAGE 7. ance Notes. ors' Letters. PAGE 8. Soldiers' and Eastern Kentucky News (f. "What's tho row, sonny?" "Why, th' oxamlnln' doctors ltava Just been hero an' that's a 'physical dolloiont' knockin' th' stulllu' out uv a 'perfect speo'mcn'l" "Dead Man's Curvo" on the Lex is pike, was the scone of another soriotts automobilo nccidont Sunday afternoon about 1 :30 o'clock, when the louring car In which Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Alexander, formerly of Lexington, but who were moving some of their household furniture to Paris, lost its right rear lire, at tho bottom of tho curvo under the railroad bridge, throwing tho car violently against tho railroad abut- De Wolf Hopper's hippodrome element, severely injuring Mrs. Alex- phant, Lena. tays the Christian Sciander. ence Monitor. A huge shoe, presumably made of coarso lenther or cowOnly six miles remain to bo built hide, with stout laces of tho sumo material, was tried on tho elephant's foot. of tho eastern branch of tho Dixlo-Doo- To put it more correctly, four shoes Highway through tho Ken- were tried on tho elephant's four feet, tucky mountains, according to an- In the hope that they will keep Lenu'ii nouncement recently following a feet warm during tho cold weather. meeting of Dixio Highway organlza- - Certainly Lena will look very funny, walking about with these huge shoes (ConUnuod on tta Tin) on. no before sailing again for Franco to resume his Work at tho Peace Con- 1,238,823 OUT OF THE ARMY Ho will return on Ihe ference. George Washington which is now 74,313 Officers and 1.1C4G10 Men Havo Resigned or Been Diswniting in New York harbor where charged. the soldiers she carried wero discharged. Mr. Wilson will Washington, Feb. 21. The war deabout March 5. partment made public the usiml statistical review of the progress of deDeaths during tho war in the mobilization, showing that n total of American Expeditionary Forces and 71,313 olllrer have either resigned or among troops in the United Stales been discharged from the army to date, while 1,18 MHO men hnve been refrom all causes, tho War Department leased. 107,-I- II. announced Monday, numbered Orders Issued up to February 20 provide for tho demobilization of apIn the Expeditionary Forces tho proximately .5.10,000 addltlonul men. total was 72,051. Of theso 20,820 re- 210,000 of whom aro tlfoso returned sulted from disease, 18.702 from In- from overseas. weekly discharges showof juries recoived In battlo and 3,351 ed Tho table the basis of early returns that on from all other causes. from the camps fewer men were reDeaths from disease among tho leased during the week ending Saturtroops In the United Stales totaled day than any week since November 23 32,737 and from other causes 1,750. The discharged totaled 23,000. against giving a total for the troops in this (VS.COO the preceding week, and 103,. Odd, the record week, December 14. country of 31,103. The table Minwed thnt the 219.000 men listed as returned from overseas did not Include 13,000 commissioned Elephant to Have Shoes. An Interesting experiment was re- olllcers, but did Include 37,000 classed cently tried out In New York city on ii h sick and wounded. Agreement was reached by house ami senate conferees on tho bill permitting discharged soldiers, sailors and marines to retain their uniforms and granting them five cents a mile traveling expenses from the xilnt where they were discharged to their homes. e In view of tho fact that tho war bill provides for u bonus of 00 to all discharged men, the house conferees receded from their niueadment granting olllcers and enlisted men out mouth's pay upon their discharge. It is reported that China has determined to revise her llnnncial system and establish a currency She based on tho gold standard. has for .somo timo been seeking the, advice of specialists on money mat'-ter- s, and itx Is apparent that tho time lias come to fall In lino with tho leading commercial nations of tlio world. China has always been ono of tho largest of tho silver using nntions. Tlio chango will bo n great convenience' in tho matter of Irado with other nations. Congress is boing Paris in connection with hold in llm Peaco Concress. Tlio iiurposo of this conference is to safeguard tho rights of the blaok people, in Africa, to see that thoy aro not uo- nrived lllerallv of land and prop erly and to ensure them rights of citizenship and privileges as soon as they may bo rtunlilled to uso tho same. Many of tho black races of Africa havo born a part of tho war and aro to sharo tho benefits that may result from U. A Pan-Afric- an Tim King of Delglum has received request from somo of tho states of tho United States for young trees tnken from tho various battlefields where Amorican troops fought. Young sprouts havo in places begun lo grow on fields that wero nearly laid waste nnd tho King, In consultation with his Cabinet, has (CoaUnntd oo Ffl riTt) , a Pago Two THE CITIZEN Fcbmnry 27, 1010. School News from Various Departments ROOSEVELT MEMORIAL ' Thursday, Fclirunry 20, wns ob Song "How Finn a Foundation" Airtlicnrc served Ity Boron Collcgo ns n holl day, given in memory of Theodore Tho spirit of the day was carried rnOM EASE AND PLEASURE SAVE US out in a marked degree by each who RoosovclL STAND UP FOR JESUS is the custom of llio College to look part. Miss West carried the It By John Haynos Holmes, 1913 By .George Dtifflcld, 1858 observe a patriotio holiday In Feb audience back to tho boyhood lionw ruary, generally in memory of Lin of Theodore Rooscvelt'and with her The voico of God is calling Stand up! stand up for Jcsusl - Its summons unto men; coin or Washington, but this year wo went through all tho events of Yp soldiers Of the Cross; As once Ho spoke in Ion, llio Roosevelt memorial was. held his lifo which led up to tho present Lift ljigh his roynl banner, So now Ho speaks again. It must not sulTcr loss: lijno. Biographies nro often unininstead. Whom shall I send to succor From vict'ry unto vict'ry, Tlio great example of manhood teresting but this one wns full of My people in their need? His army shall He lend, interest from beginning to end, ns nnd citizenship that Whom shall I send to loosen Till ov'ry foe is vanquished, Tlio bonds of lust and greed? Roosevelt placed heforo llio world much because of the writer's skill Anil Christ is Lord indeed. in his privato and public life; the as of tho subject she had. J stand up for Jesus I I hear my people crying Stand tip The solos wero appropriate to the service that ho rendered to our na In cot and mino and slum; The trumpet call obey; No Meld of man is silent, tion and the world through tho vig day and added much to tho program Forth lo the mighty conflict, No city street Is dumb. In this His glorious day: orons propagation of his ideals of Miss O'Roark Is one of tho most I see my peoplo falling Ye that are men now servo Him, right, justice, and helpfulness; his talented members of tho Depart In darkness anil depnir,' Againl unnumbered foes; early youth, his western life, his IIKMll- Let courage rise with danger, Whom shall I send to shatter Mr. Razor, in well chosen words lifo as a soldier, and his public And strength to strength oppose. The f oilers which they bear? career, every phase of it, was re and forcefully put sentences, show Stand up! stand up for Jesus! We heed. O Lord, Thy summons. viewed by the speakers in the var ed us Roosevelt tlio Statesman. No And answer, hero nro we I Stand in Ills strength alone; you; ious chapels. Each department had one conld have, presented that sub- Tlio arm of flesh will fail Send us upon Thlno errand, Yo dare not trust your own: Let ils Thy servants be, n chapel session in its respeclivo jectvjn a more polished, clear out Put on the Oopel armor, Our strength is dust and ashes, hall. The programs wero ns given way than did he. walchini; unto pray'r, And. Our years n parsing hour Roosevelt as an author was so below: Wlrfre duty calls, or danger, But Thou canst use ourwcaknoM well worked up by Miss Childs that, In tho College Chapel Be never wanting there. To magnify Thy power. Roosevelt as n Young Man Charles had wo read little of. Ills writings, Stand up I stand up for Jesus! From ease and pleasure save us. we were made lo sec the versatilW. Waters. The strife will not bd long; From pride of place absolve; Raymon ity, the mastery of the English lanRoosevelt as a Ranrhcr This day the nolo of battle, Purge us of low desire,. guage, tho deptli and breadth of The next the victor's song: Johnson. Lift us to high resolve. To him that overcometh, thought and vision characterizing Take us. and make us holy. Roosevelt as a Hunter-Naturali- st A crown of life shall bo; Teach us Thy will and way, the writings of Theodore Roocvclt. Huford Martin. Ho with the King of Glory Spenk. and behold! wennswer. The Chimes in the Chapel tower are the most blesarcful Roosevelt as a Citizen Owen Mclz- - Tlio presentation showed eternally. Shall reign Command, and we obey! research and thought, and was alive sed thing in Berea. They are far more gracious than ger. .Roosevelt as a Soldier John Miller. with interest. a beautiful building like the Library or Tavern. RathMr. Pumphrey gavo tho oration, Patriotic Song by Miss Edna Mae er they are of a kind with the stars and the sunrise! "Men Who Never Die," introducing Hcaley. At a quarter past each hour they solemnly chant: Boyd-M- . it by saying that Roosevelt was so Roosevelt as President THE MORNING LIGHT IS BREAKING GOD LOVES US. men that it eminently ono of those Time Flow for Mel Collins. ' was most fitting to give at this time. Written by s! F. Smith, author of "My Normal Program At the half hour they say a little more: By Samuel Partridge Country, 'TIs of Thee," 1832 Early Lifo of Roosevelt R. E. Miller. He showed great oratorical ability Time flow for me; in civinu it. Roosevelt as a Hunter R.Hannah. How dearly God dolh lovo us. The morning light is breaking. God't love I see. Roosevelt as a Statesman C. Brown. f Tho Rev. Mr. Rix fittingly brought And light the path we tread; The darkness disappears, to our minds, at the end of tho pro- -' Roosevelt as a Student of Nature -- Tho sons of earth are waking To spread blue skfes abovo ns. of the hour are gone the When three-quarterAnd deck the earth with Ilow'rs. gram, tho thought that we must To penitential tears: Professor Lewis. bells say: There's not a blossom lowly, Each breeze that sweeps the ocean above all other things do honor to Academy Program Nor bird that eleavo."iho air, Time Hows for me; Brines tidings fcorn afar, . 1. As Reformer Roosevelt as a man. As statesman, Harlow. But tells, in accents holy, Of nations in commotion, God't love I see; Robshaw. author and President, ho won our 2. Statesman His kindness nnd His care. Prepared for Zion's war. respect and love, but above all titles His I will be. 3. As Politician Miss Cooper. He hid Hie sun to warm us, Rich dews of Vrace come o'er us, that he bore we think of him as a rcul i. As Boy Wilson. And when the full hour is past, just before the And light the path wo tread; pontic show'r. In many a !3. As Ranchman man. It was a masterful picturo of Parker. At night, lost aught should harm us. And harvest fields before us great clock strikes, the musical bells make' their full He giinriN our lowly hod. G. In New York Legislation Miss the great heroic soul who would Are op'ning ov'ry hour; chant: He givos our needful clothing, , Each cry to Heaven going. Baile'y. not compromise Jo gain office, who And-onour daily food; Abundant answer brings Time flows for me; 7. As Police Commissioner Clark. held to high ideals and lived the His love domes us nothing And Heavenly gales are blowing. God's love I sec; square man, in tho political worhl 8. As Civil Service Commissioner His wisdom deometh good. With peace upon their wings. In- - closing, Mr. Burgess led In 0. As Assistant Secretary of Navy "His 1 will be, The Millie, too. Ho pave us. Blest river of salvation, prayer. Addis. E - ter - nal - ly. That tolN how Jesus came. Pursue the onward way; 10. As Rough Rider Scott. Whoso word can snve and cleanse Us Flow thou to ov'ry nation, 11. As Governor of New York Fromjaiilt nnd sin and shauio. Nor in'ihv richness Foundation School Program O may God's mercies move us Slav not till all the lowly Garner. And every morning at six o'clock the Chimes play To ervo Him with our pow'rs; Triumphant reacli their home; Hymn "How Firm a Foundation." 12. Aa President Rambo. For O. how He doth love in. Stay not till nil the holy the tune of Webb, to which we sing four great hymns. Many other phases of his life were Prayer Mr. Durham. And this poor world of ours! Proclaim, "The Lord has come." Ethel represented. The program was con- Roosevelt's Private Life Fiolder. ducted by tho class in Inspirational History. Roosevelt's Boyhood Warren Hob- - ROGERS' BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION BASKET BALL NEWS AIRPLANE TELEPHONES There was a great crowd of specHomo eDpt. son. tators in the Tabernaclo to see tin Commuunication between an airOn the 21st of this month Mrs. Guy Elizabeth Embreo Rogers, ono of tho College Wins First Game of Series game and most of them now havo a plane In tho air and a regular 'otoRoosevelt, tho Police Officer Wiseman. Vocational Department soro throat from rooting, and a soro phone on tho Wnslnngton city lino Founders of Berea College; celebratOn Thursday, February 20, in the Roosevelt, the Governor of New ed her 80th birthday at Woodstock, was recently established, at tho co The llrst gamo of tho scries play- head from another 'cause. Vocational Chapc the best program York Albert Sweeny. 111. of MaJ. Gen. William L. Kenly, The following poem, written for ed by tho College and Normal teams Robert the occasion, expresses the love anil on February 20 was a very closely ever produced by the Vocational Roosevelt, the Soldier A FOREST LAKE director of military aeronautics. Tankcrsloy. department was rendered. Thoday I saw a lako that shimmered thru Although regular radiotclcphonlo appreciation, not only of tho writer, contested match. was set aside in which to honor one Chorus: "My Dream of tho U. S. A." but of countless friends all over tho llie pines During the llrst half the opponents conversation frequently has boon Foundation Gleo Club. of the greatest Americans who ever kept apaco witli each other, and at A forest lako deep set among tho held with pianos in tho air at Hying country: Ranson ruled our country, Thcodoro Ropso-vel-t. Roosevelt, tho President pines. fields, this is tho flrsl'dcmonstratlon " the end of the first half tho score Mother Boyvlcn. Prof. W. J. Baird had charge was a tie. At tho beginning of tho No hand of man had touched it willi of tho combination of tho radiotho of the program and his kill in plan- Roo'evelt, phone and tegular telephone. an oar: second half tho spectators wero In ti beautiful soft gray wrapper ing went far in making t a success. Clarenco Hardy. wild witli excitement and anticipa- No foot of man had tramped Its General Kenly, Col. F. R. Kcnnoy, 'Sho sits in her favorite chair, Tho following progran was pre- Roosevelt as Writer and Philan- Her faco illumed by an inner light tion. wooded shore: and Col. C. C. Culver wero present in thropist sented: John Bastalick. Tlio contestants "went at it" like No tombstone stump land must wild tho otllce of tho director of military And crowned by her silvered hair. Flag Never Song Audience Chorus: Tho Old lover sec; gladiators and fought hard and fast. aeronautics and talked witli LieuSketch of tho Lifo of Touched the Ground Foundation Around are her books and her pic- Tlio scores were even until they And all was vast and still, and wild tenant Lucas, who was piloting n tures, Gleo Club. Roosevelt ...."Miss Etltfl Wost plnno from Boiling Field. Tho two and free. had reached 12, then the College Margaret Friends flock to her cozy den. Roosavelt, the P'olitician Solo "Where Potomac's Stream links in tho lino wero tho radioplayers gradually gained on their high-toppmountains stood telephone The is Flowing," Miss Betty O'Roark Her's is the proudest title of earth Carpenter. opponents. from tho piano to tho abovo it thero Ilooscvell as a Statesman Poem: "Thcodoro Roosovelt" John A typical mother of men.- When it was over and tho smoko alpino small station at Boiling Field and So deftly cooled it witli an , Chas. Razor Carl. the city telcphono system fjoni had cleared away the scoro read charmair. Bessie Sho wins all hearts witli her Roosevelt as an Author Tho Tributo of a Friend Boiling Fold to General Kenly'a thus: College, 22; Normal, 17. ing grace. down tho And birds nnd beasts camo Miss Alice Childs Brown. The conversion of radio lo Her lifo is so cheery and bright slopes to view Oration "Men Who Never Chorus: "Mt. Vernon Bells" FounCollege Girls vs. Academy Girls direct wiro was mado automatically Wo wonder how one who sits in llio to drink tho midday's Camr down dation Gleo Club. Horaco Pumphrey Dio" at tliq Boiling Field station with Tlio girls of the Collcgo and dark opab dew. Rooscvolt as Other Nations Sco Solo "America for Mo" .j apparatus dovised ny members of Academy basket ball teams played Can radiate sweetness and light. padded feet; Miss Betty O'Roark Him Ralph Rodgers. game, Somo softly camo on tho Air Service Radio Branch under an interesting but meekly camo lo cool tlio heal America Roosevelt as a Man, 'Rev. W. E. Rlx tho direction of Colonol Culver. Till wo learn the spirit that rules in tho boys' gymnasium, on Roose- Some pastures, and partake d Of With tho audibility of tho modern her lifo: velt Memorial Day. forest and the transcontinental' system, Of the Colonel Lovo people rather than pelf, .Tho wliolo body of students of tho Optional Jessie Bowers. CHAPEL NEWS lake. Culver bVlicvcs that thero is no limit Make tho joys of others your own Institution wero gathered together "Saturof Continued Story II. Chapter Main Cliapcl was led last And kcop your cares to yourself. to see tho events, of which llio Thoro by this lako I stood, and lov- to tho distanco over which a man In Florenco Lewis. day by President Frost. n piano in tho air can speak with ingly heard, girls' gamo was a feature. ro Events Eugenia Berg. Current Tho subject which ho brought Such is our beautiful mother With tho Tabernnclo full of Joy- The nightly voices of wild beast and laud telephones. tho students was, "Tho Yaluo of Critique Lillian Ncal. Who is eighty years young bird. ous, yelling students as spectators, Wo hail hor tlio tho dearest of Prophets." Ho stated that thero aro Tho following obituary, very much Tlio tho girls, battled "manfully." mothers Long, long I stayed, and with now as there wero in Bible ALPHA ZETA ENTERTAINED prophets out of tho ordinary k is from n KanCollcgo girls soon showed themselves TAVERN And our loving tributes pay. AT BOONE time. "Prophets," ho said, "are sas paper: "Frank Wnltcrs was'n tho masters, but tho Academy girls Last Saturday evening's meeting forest night. unique- charactor. An honest comnccossary for great reforms," and excellent spirit in keep- Out there within that not tell, proZ. was held in Boono Tavern. Then hero's n sigh for days that nro evinced an of A. Why I stnyed I could mentioned how temperance ment on his lifo is dilllcult to mako ing up tho light, undaunted. When gono .. -- oming of After tlio program tho boys wero But n deep still feeling told mo in a newspaper. Wo do not want phets had expedited scoro was counted ij. was found to come, tho And a smilo for tlio days given a candy pull by Mrs. Hitter. wol- lprohibition. lo say an unkind word nbout him. Collcgo quintetto had mndo Professor Dodge and Doctor and For nothing can daunt, or disturb that tho Tho whole night spoko with a voico Ho put nothing into his lifo nnd got Tho students went to thoir classos 22 points, whllo the Academy hail our joys I felt: with a brighter and broader out- Mrs. Meado wero present. Tho sonothing out of it. His hoarded ciety enjoyed toasts from cacli of Whllo mother sits queen of tho mado 2. look. It was tho soul that in tho forost wealth brought him an early grave, home. dwelt: Doctor Roberts gavo a very help- them and wero continually awaro and ho could lako nono of it witli Transylvania Hands It to Berea In the woods, in tho deep, dark, for- him. Ho was honest as ho saw . ful talk, Sunday evening, in Upper of their wit nnd good humor thru-o- ut defeated by tho Berea Varsity was tho occasion. est lifo. Chapel on "Investing in Life." honesty; obeyed tho laws of tho land Transylvania quintet last Monday BIRTHDAY DINNER An excellent song sorvico was conhair-raisigamo of basket Tis that man seeks most in his life: when it cost him nothing; neighborDean Matheny's homo was tho in a CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR ducted at tho beginning of tho meet" Tis evaslvo beauty in her sweet- ed with nj) ono; trusted no ono; got Tlio Christian Endeavor, Jed by scene of a very delightful dinner ball. ing, of which Doctor Roberts said, all ho could; and kept all ho got." est mood of tho gamo was a closo 18 In honor of Tho llrst "I havo always felt that you pco-p- lo Beckham Robertson, discussed tho party given February wild soliin tho tho birthday of Miss Jessio Hughes, contest, featured by many star plays 'Tho twilight stillness of of Christianity could sing liko thai if you really work THE RESERVOIR tude." birthday of on both sfdes. At tho end of tho foreign mission fields, giving thoir and tho "semi-annua- l" tried." O. M. When tho admission of Texas to attention especially to Japan, last Dean Bowersox. Tho table was set first half tho scoro was almost oven. Statehood was under discussion In Tlio Berea quintet showed coolfor eleven and tho dinner was cookUTILE DULCE LITERARY SOCIETY Sunday ovening. "Mamma, plcaso gimmo a drink of Congress, somo of tho northern conSociety met at After tho leader had told of mis- ed ami served by tho girls. Tho ness and deliberation, and wero very Tho Ulllo Dulco water; I'm so thirsty." "No; you'ro gressmen opposed tho bill on tho ils usual time in East Parlor of sionary activities in Japan and pre- table appointments as well as the successful in looping baskets until ovor nnd go to ground that It might becomo a slavo Hall. After singing tho so- sented somo of tho falso views of tho dinner Itself reflected great credit tho last half was reached when thoir not thirsty. Turn Ladies s moralo seemed to havo weakened, sleep." A pause. "Mamma, won't stato. General Houston, in a speech (hero was a general dis- on thoso who had prepared It. ciety songs, tho following program Buddhists tho guests of honor tho fol- whllo that or tho Transylvania you plcaso givo mo n drink? I'm so for admission, declared: "All this cussion of tho topic, in which n was enjoyed: lowing wero present: Miss Welsh. lads was decidedly strengthened thirsty." "If you don't turn over great territory lacks, to becomo tho great many took part. "Washington, as a Pilot of His Na got up and whip greatest stale In tho Union, la wdlor A number of earnest sentence Emma Microw, Ruth McColluni, Tho visitors gradually gained tho and go to sloop, I'll tion" Orl la. Bowers. prayers wero olTcred; and also an Eva Gabehart, Daisy Jordan, Chris- lead and dually lopped tho, heads off you." Another pause. "Mamma, and good society." Instantly ono of Tunnel Talks Laura Barber. glvo mo a drink tho opponents of tho bill roplled: "Lincoln, as a Pilot of His Nation" effectlvo solo was rendered by Mi34 tina Collins, Bess Jordan, Lillian tho Berea boys with a scoro of 33 to won't you plenso when you get up lo whip mo." "That Is all thoy lack In hell." 10. Roettger and Boss Daniels. Huff. Mildred Moore. Those Glorious Bells! s d of-ll- ed of-ll- ee. one-sid- ed high-hille- dim-trail- ed be-fo- y. do-lig- ht - ng I'efonmry 27, .1010. THE CITIZEN bolts nnd nuts nnd screws ana wnsli-cr- s. Page Three caught nnd mounted her nml rode to the nearest houso for help. On the EVERYBODY way I saw why she hod stopped. A number of horses were feeding on ihc roadside near tho log houso where AnNOW FIGURING drew Crnmpton lived. Andrew hnd Just unlonded some liny nntl wns backing out of his born. I hitched my INCOME Ally nnd Jumped on the rack saying: "Drive up the road ns quick ns you con. A mnn has been murdered." In Order to Be Helpful to Public, (Continued next week.) THE LIGHT IN THE CLEARING" A TALE OP THE NORTH COUNTRY IN THE TIME OF SILAS WIGHT The Iden occurred to mo thnt I would make n kind of sled which was called a Jumper, Ho I got my nx out of the wngon nml soon found n couple of small trees with the right crook for the forward entl nf n runner, nml cut them nnd hewed their bottoms ns smoothly ns I could. Then I made notches In them ticnr the top of their crooks jind fitted a stout stick Into (the notches nnd sc-- 1 cured It with nnlls driven by the Thus I got n hold for my cvencr. That ilone, I chopped nnd hewed nn nrch to cross the middle of the nm-tiemid hold them apart nnd used nil my nnlls lo secure nnd brace It. I got the two hoards which were fastened together anil constituted my wagon seat and Inltl them over tho arch and front brace. How to mako them fust was my worst problem. I succeeded In splitting n green stick to hold the bolt of the evener Just un- -' tier Its bend while I heated Its lower end'ln the Are nnd kept Its head cool with snow. With this I burnt n hole In the entl of each board nnd fastened them to the front brace with withes of d. IRVING DACHELLEPw Aim of oomiOKT UUi HOIMU, I AND I. mum ur vith unit, etc, etc DAIIEL Of THE BlliitO ISLU mmtioitvwtsss itvwa ussiis 8YN0PSI8. IUynfs, orphan, CIIArTKn uncle, Ptsbody tsksn lo live llsynas. anil Ilia with hli nn a farm nn Aunt Haal lUttlsrosi In a nrlthhorhnod cslltd about the yrsr li:i. Ilarton mts Bally lunklberr, about hli own si, but socially of a class above the nirnrin, and ( rsselnsted by the pretty Care and One clothrs. M Uck-Ityspl- to get hTs paper nnd fcarri, ff posslbfc, when the senator wns expected In Canton. So ho gave mo permission to ride with I'urvls to the post ofllec n distance nf three miles to get the malt. Purvis rotlo In our only snddle nnd I bnrebnek, on n handsome white Ally which my uncle hntl given me soon after she wns foaled, I hntl fed nnd petted nntl broken and groomed her and she hntl grown so fond of me that my whistled cnll would bring her galloping from the remotest reaches of the pasture. I hail named her Sally becnusc that was the only name which teemed to express my fondness. "Mr. I'urvls" was not nn experienced rider. My filly led him nt n swift gallop over the hills, nnd I heard many a muttered complnlnt behind me, but she liked n free head when we took tho road together, and I let her hnve her way. Coming back we fell In with nnothcr rider who had been resting nt Senvcr's little tnvcrn through the heat of the IS - TAX Y.W.C. A, OPENS Internal Revenue Bureau Has Every Available Officer in Field. SEVERE PENALTIES DELAY BEYOND v WORK IN ITALY Tea and Club Rooms Opened for American Women. Miss Charlotte Nlven, Director of Itat. Ian Work, Prepares for Influx of American Woman Students. IF YOU MARCH 15 With the only n few of this comes has Kverybotly ' moofcpwnod. wns late In the day nnd there win no time for the slow process of burnCHAITHR mull Ilovlm Kate, known In the neighborhood aa the ing more holes, so I notched the other Silent Woman." Amos Urlmehaw, youns; ends of the bonrds and lushed them to on of the rlchett man In the township, la a visitor at the Ilaynea home, and the rear Jirnce with a length of my Itovln Kate telle the fortunra of the two reins. Then I retempered my bolt nnd boy, iireJIctlnc a brlf ht future for Har-to- n and death on the gallows for Amos. brought up the grist jind chain nnd Ileproved for an act of boyleh mlechlef fastened the latter between tho bonrds Ilarton runa away, Intending to make Ms home with the Dunkelberf . lie reachea In the middle of the front brace, the villain of Canton and falla Into n hitched my team to the chain nnd set leep nf eihauetlon on a porch. There he ta found by Hllaa Wrlfht. Jr., prominut ngnlu, sitting on the bags. nent man In public affaire, who, knowlnr It was pitch dark anil the horses I'eahody Ilaynea. takra Ilarton homo after buying him new clottica. wading to their bellies and the snow coming faster when wo turned Into CHAPTER and his uncle Itnttleroad. Soon I heard a loud haland aunt vlelt Canton anJ hear Hllaa Wright read a sermon. loo and knew thnt It wns the voice of Uncle l'cabody. He hntl started out laa CHAPTER Wrlrht evtnrea to meet me In the storm and Shep was much tntereet In Ilarlun, and aenda a box 01 books ana magatinea to the ilaynea with him. home. The election of 8ilaa Wright lo Tl(nnk Ood I've found yet" ho tho united States aenato Is announced. shouted. "I'm blind and tired out nnd Ttarton la twelve CirAPTnil I couldn't keep u lantern goln' to save years old he becomes aware of the ex- - I Istence of a wonderful ami mysterious me. Are ye front?" Known as "Money," iwtrthrough hts poeseaslon ofand learns "I'm nil right, but these horses aro how, that won derful thlnr rtrltnahaiv la Ilia mnat Mw.r. awful tired. Had to let 'em rest every ful and crrally dreaded man In the com. One Day Mr. Qrlmshaw Came Out In few minutes." munlty. moat of the settlers being In his debt. After a visit to the Ilaynea home I told him about the wagon anil the Field to See My Uncle. Mr. Wright leaves a note In a sealed en. how It relieved me to hear him sayj velope. which Ilarton Is to read on tho my nunt exMWy of nil things first night when he leavea home to at"As long as you're all right, boy, I claimed. "How nre wo goln' to Kit tend school. nln't goln' ,to worry 'bout the ol wagnil tlint money those hnrd times? " ""YIpF' Tit "limited ns lio stopped Ills on not n bit. Where'd ye git yer ayesl I'd like to know?" Jumper?" team nt tho linrn iloor, where Aunt "Well, I enn't tell ye," said Uncle "Made It with the ax and some Deel nml I won stnndlng. "Wo nftVt Peabody. "I guess he enn't forgive nnlls," I answered. got much to worry about now. I've us for savin' Rodney Rnrnes." After we got to the barn door at last got the Interest money right lure In "Wlint did he sayr I naked. toy pocket." he went to the house and lighted hts "Why, he says we hadn't no bus! We unhitched nnd went In to sup- an " Jw'P u";, "e lantern nnd came back with It wrapped n per. I was hoping that Aunt Deel llllt In n blanket and Aunt Deel came with til, nlltlllt would speak of my work l.ut sho ,. .. 1 "u to took him. work "e seemed not to think of It. How proud It made me to hear him ' H. .w.rnl. nn.! atnral JOU Ollt O' BCllOOl long llgO." l o' bcIi.miI nnd keep say: ' ; looking down with a rati countenance. "Deel, out boy Is n mnn now made 'till Willi ill it'7.ipim, a ruiiu Aunt Deel followed me. "Not nn' please him. lie was mad this Jumper all 'lone by himself nn' "W'y, Ilnrtl" Phe exclaimed, "you're when he see yc with it h.ook In yer has got through all right." too tired to out nyesl He ye sick? .t I I II. .1.1 She enme and held the lantern up .. uul u,v,v I.. " K I shook my hend. we to do now? I pent to my face nnd looked at my hands. "IVnhody." -- he railed, "tills hoy has , Whar 'were "Well my stars. Hart I" she exad nleli of my life undoliiB ' worked like n heaver every minute ' wlilcli lin.l been so dear to claimed In n moment. "I thought, yo -left-a- yes never lieM.n- -l I ince you up solid ayes poor I me but no m dear un my uut, and would freeze see nnythlns to heat ...... iu .,? v n ,im, nm into tho "clf. I ilocldetl to Klve ull my life boy I" .. t (till We carried the grist In and Aunt nml Ht'ength to the snvliiR of the wootl-henn' nee what he's don farm. I would Mill try to be Kreut. Peel mndo some pudding. How good I" this minute iiyes It was to feel tho wnrmth of the lire but not as Krent as the Senator. I followed them lnt the shed. One day In December of that year, and of the hearts of those who loved "W'y of nil thltiBs!" my uncle me! How I enjoyed the pudding nnd my first trial In the full respon"He's worked like n nailer, I bail sibility of man's work. 1 wns allowed milk and bread nnd butter I n'ln't ho?" "I guess you've gone through the to load and harness and hitch up and There were tears In bin eyes when jro to the mill without assNtance. My second peril that ol' Kate spoke of," my limit In his rouRh palm he took uncle ami I'urvls, our hired man, wero said Aunt Deel ns I went upstairs. anil pqticrzrtl It ami Mild: Uncle I'eahody went out to look nt busy with the chopping ami we were "Sometimes I wish ye was little out of Hour and meal. It took n lot the horses. ncnln no I could take ye up In my of them to keep the nxes BoltiB. So When I awoke In the morning I obnrms an' kiss ye Just s I used to. I nihil two sticks with corn nnd two served that Uncle I'eabody's bed had Dunkclhert; wiy that you're Horace with wheat and put them Into tho not been slept In. I hurried down nnd boy ho over mh." the Itnv iftii-.i- n fir tin, fmmitl unR Iinre. heard that our off horse had died In had learned I repeated the ru les mu, mU the night of colic. Aunt Deel was cryns wo went o the ; table. , ,, l)e. ing. As he saw me Uncle Tcnbody Huft.,y nn "I'm Bolt, o bo like Silas WrlKht If begnn to dance n Jig In the middle io jm wm 1 ,, r- - nml the sky above wero white with of the Hoor. ci" . s . mat me meet timu vjuuc i .tMl..,i .lAtim 1,1 n ,nlit ullff "Halnneo yer partners I" he shouted. 'You keep on body. "You an' I ain't goln' to be discouraged lU ed an' everybody 11 milk Into jour thpm If nil the bosses die be we, Hart?" "Never," I answered. blanket und hurrletl nwny. Tho wiow i ...i.i. nf It Ill-Bar- ton IV-Rl- hrn t i r A Qun Went Off In the Edge of the Bushes Close By. day. He was a traveler on his way .to Canton and had missed the right trail and wandered fnr afield. He had n big military saddle. With bags and shiny brass trimmings and a pistol In 11 M, a holster, """", , I " '" everl - d liest-lookl- ZCTitoU "Z .. vif -- but with KrowlnB atrensth and effeo 2 ,Z hnr N.Kh.s and mornlnp, and f tlvenexs. u ,cr nm, . Ith n will nnd Satunlays 1 worked as nnrii vvorK in iioiu my hook In my pocket or nt tno sitio "oep my bands f on freezlnB, help of the Held ami was. I know. jumping I rapidly and that year over rocks. The horses were t the nrKblptmprovetl could hope ditch. I knew what was tho matter I went about as far as I tilling with snow to go In the Httlo school nt Leonurd's for my eyes lmd been nml I linil bud to brush them often. Of Corners, .. ... 'i.in.e ,..,i,., if ! wns course the tenm had suffered Int. like ' ""n right nbout our boy," said Aunt Deel manner. front wheel one day when she saw mo with my ' crock of n felly andI a checked tho hub, ir in ''""' i, ... .,.. n.,1.1 dropped to Its I began to know than that oV Kato lmd Hnuu'Iiow Ihumi nt work In my ......I inoilnltulll U T llWHltll T1HU' nut It. I was tr Ing to put trutu Vi. Aa i i,w.k ,.t tho can Bee whole matter these days hat Mr. OrlniHlmw himself wns a help ho less Important to me. for It was a sharp tpur with which he con tinued to piod us. Know wiih up I" ,, IHI VIHH.U .ivs v to my knees . then. . J"!,,r1 "J ""d..ntJ" e . ,,.,. - CHAPTER VI. My Second Peril. Ono day Mr. Orlmshaw' canio out In tho Held to see my uncle. wnlked nwny to tho ulintlo of a treo while tho hired man nnd I went on with tho hoeing. I could hear the harsh volco of tho money-lende- r speaking In loud and angry tones and I presently ho went nwny. "What's tho rip?" I asked ns my unclo returned looking very sober. "Wo won't talk about It now," he I smote me I It was our only wagon, and we haying to pay tb mortgage! What wou d my uncle The query brought tears to my eyes. I unhitched nnd led my horses up Into tho covT of the pines. How grnte-fIt heemed. for tho wind was slack treetojml I below but howling knew that I was four miles from homo wheel levy ul They,l ""IH'T ".?' ed to ,',"W 1 lhcr0, gathered so no "That's the talk I If nec'sary we'll hitch I'urvls up with t'other boss nn' git our haulln' done." He und I'urvls roared with laughter nnd the strength of the current swept mo nlong with them. "Wo'ro the luckiest folks In the world, anyway," Uncle I'enbody went on. "Hart's nllvo nn' there's threo feet o snow on the levsl nn' more comln' nn' It's coltler'n Greenland." It was 6uch n bitter day thnt wo worked only three hours and came back to tho houso und played Old Sledge by the fireside. ltodney Hnrnes came over that afternoon and en Id that he would lend us a horse for the huullng. Wo had good sleighing after thnt and got our bark nnd snlts to market nnd earned $08. Hut while we got our pay In paper "bunk money," we had to pay our debts In whent, suits or corn, so thnt our earnings really amounted to only $G2.S0, my uncle said. Wo gave the balance nnd ten bushels of wheat to Mr. Grlmshuw for a spnvlned horse, after which ho agreed to give us at least n year's extension on tho principal. Wo felt easy then. Wlth my Hint nml tinder. I knew that i could mount one of the horses and ,.(I the other and reach homo pnih ably. Hut there was tho grist. Wo needed that; I knew thnt we should have to go hungry without the grist. it would get wet from above und be- low If I tried to carry It on tho back of' a horse. I wurtued myself by the Vllre nml hitched my team near It so us answered. ' of tho evening to thaw the frost out of their forelocks In the candlc-Ilgh- t Uncle Pen body said: and eyebrows. I felt In my coat pock "CJrlmshaw has denmpded his mort- cts and found a handful of nails gage money an' he wants It In gold everybody carried nails In ono pocket coin. Wo'll havo to git It some way, In tboso days and I remember that my uncle's pockets were a museum, of I dunno how." v CHAPTER My VII. ' I Third Peril. "Mr. I'urvls" took his pay In salts and stayed with us until my first great ndventuro cut hint off. It came one July day when I wns In my sixteenth year. Ho behaved bndly, and I, as any normal boy would have dono who had had my schooling In the candle light. We had kept Grlmshaw from our door by paying Interest and tho sum of $S0 on tho principal. It had been hard work to live comfortably and curry the burden of debt. Again Grlmshuw had begun to urcss us. My uncle wauted nil of which nppcnlcd to my eye nnd Interest. The filly wns n little, tired nnd the stranger and 1 were riding nbreast nt a walk while Purvis trailed behind us. We heard a quick stir In the bushes by the roadside, "What's that?" Purvis demanded In We a of excitement stopped. Then promptly a volce a voice which I did not recognize broke the silence with these menacing words, sharply spoken: "Your money or your life 1" "Mr. Purvis" whirled his horse nnd slashed him up the hill. Glancing backward, I saw him lose a stirrup and fall and pick himself, up and run ns if his life depended on It. I saw the stranger draw his pistol. A gun went off In the edge of the bushes close by. The flash of fire from Its muzzle leaped nt the stranger. Tho horses reared and plunged and mine threw mo In a clump of small popples by tho roadside und dashed down the hill. My fall on the stony siding had stunned me nnd I lay for three or four seconds, as nearly as I can estimate It, In a strango nnd peaceful dream. Why did I dream of Amos Grlmshaw coming to visit me again, and why, above all, should It have seemed to me that enough things were said and done in that little flash of a dream to fill a whole day enough of talk nnd ploy and going nnd coming, the whole ending with n talk on tho haymow? Again nnd ngaln I have wondered nbout that dream. I came to and lifted my head and my consciousness swung back upon the track of memory and took up the thread of the day, tho briefest removed from where it had broken. I peered through the bushes. The light was unchanged. I could see quite clearly. Tho horses were gone. It was very still. Tho stranger lay helpless (o the road and a figure was bending over him. It was a man with a handkerchief hanging over his face with holes cut opposite his eyes. He had not seen ray fall and thought, as I learned later; that I had ridden away. Ills gun lay beside him, Its stock toward me. I observed that a piece of wood had been split oft the lower side of the stock. I Jumped to my feer. nnd seized a stone to lfurl at him, As I did so tho robber fled with gun in hand. If the gun had been loaded I suppose thut this little history would never have been written. Qufckly I hurled tho stone at tho robber. I remember it was a smallish stone about the size of a hen's egg. I saw It grazo tho side of his head. I saw his hand touch the place which tho stone hod grazed. He reeled and nearly fell nnd recovered himself and ran on, but the little stono had put tho mark of Cain half-whisp- Itnly Is now Included In tho wnr work of the American Y. W. C. A. Miss Mabel Warner of Sullnn, Knn., and Chicago luft Paris a few days ago for Home, where she will bo In charge of n Hostess House for American girls employed there by tho American Itetl Cross, the Iinlmssy nnd the new Tu Miss Warner berculosis Commission. has been director of the Y. W. C. A. Hostess House nt Hrest, France. Miss Warner will open n ten room and club Wioins where tho American women can gather for social times. Komi Is harboring a refuge population of about 40,000 nntl accommodations are dlfllcult to Hntl. The work In Home was stnrted as a direct result of the appeal of Miss Charlotte Nlven, ono of the National Y. W. C. A. secretaries In Italy, who Is upending a few months In France ns ' advisor In the French work. Miss Nlvien's dreams of Y. W. O. A. work In Italy Include the maintenance women, of n residence for who, she feels, will come to Italy In great numbers after the wnr to study music nntl art. "I believe nt this time such a project Is particularly Important because women from other, countries should be encouraged to come to Italy to replace the great numbers of German women who flooded Itnly In the past, many of them paid agents of their government," Miss Nlven said In discussing her plans. Miss Nlven has nsked the American Y. W. C. A. to aid the Itallnn Association In establishing a center, perhaps at Genoa, with two American secretaries, with physical and recreational training, to act ns a training school for Italian womrn. In connection with it her plan would Include n Hostess House for girls passing through the city or employed there. Such a center would become eventually the center for all Y. W. C. A. work In Italy, both Italian and foreign. In her formal appeal for help for the Unlone Christiana Delle Glovanl (the Italian name for Young Women's Christian Association) Miss Nlven has emphasized two facts, the poverty of the Italian Association on the one hand nnd the need and opportunity on the other for nn American program in Italy at the present time. Miss Nlven's favorite wny of Illustrating the frlendllnoss of the Italian woman to America Is by telling the story of the Italian mother who said she had taken down the picture of the Madonna which had hung for mnny years ever her bed and was putting in Its plnce one of President Wilson. "In our work In the Unlone we have lacked trained 'leadership as well as the material resources to give such training. We havo had no means to buy modern equipment. Consequently we have not' the visible results of American and Hrltish work. "Feeble ns our work mny be, It Is not useless. Many girls In all parts of Italy have told us how much the ITnlniis meant In their lives. Itallnn girls nre touchlngly grateful for the smnllest efforts. They respond eager ly to friendliness. "Thero Is no other agency doing In Itnly what the Association Is trying to In." SIIss Nlven hrs spent the pnst seven years In work with the Italian wo men, starting as dlrectot of a hostel, or jKinrding home, ror Italian women stu dents nt Florence. She Is an Ameri can from New York, where she wn. ono time hend of the Chrlstadora Set ' tlement Houso. non-ltalla- n weeks nwny, tho collection tax on 1018 Instnrtetl off with n bnng. Is llgurlug Income tax. Payments nntl sworn stntements of Income must reach Internal Revenue ofllces on or before Marth 15, and thero are severe penalties for delinquency. Residents of Kentucky shoultl'mnkc their returns nnd pay their tnxes to the nearest of the following: Josh T. Orllllth, Owensboro; J. Rogers Gore, t'hnrltan R. Thompson,- Covington; Ulwood Hatrillton, Lexington ; John W. Hughes, Danville. 'l'ny your Income Tax by Mnrch ir).' Is the slogan of the Internal Rev enue Hurenu, which has sent every avntlflhle olllcer Into the field to help the public to understand the requirements nntl to prepare Ihe'feturns. Who Must Make Return. It Is estimated that many riiousands of single und married persons In this section of the United Slates who hnve never before made nmui.il returns nre required to do s7i this year. Income tax returns must be mnilo between now nntl Mnrch 15 by persons who come under the following classlll- crifltms: Any unmarried person whose 1018 net Inetuiit wns $1,000 or over. Willows nnd widowers, divorcees nml mar ried persons who nre living upnrt from their husbands or wives, nre for tho purposes of the Income Tnx classed ns uiuunrrled. Any married person living with wlfo or husband whoso 1013 net Income was S'JOOO or oer. The Income of both b'.isliiintl nnd wife must be considered, together with the eartilugs of mlirar children, If any. Revenue Bureau Offers Aid. F.nch person In the Culled Stntcs who is In either of these classifications must get m$ nt once If penalties nre He should secure n to be avoided. blank Form 1010 A for reporting net Income up to ?.",000, or Form 1010 If bis net Income exceeded that amount Forms are being distributed by Collectors nntl their Deputies, nlso by banks. Hy following tho Instructions on the forms a correct return enn he prepared nt home. If n person needs ttdvlce or uld, he Dfputy Collectors In the field will furnish this without charge. The new Revenue Inw places the In come Tux duty oh citizens nntj residents. The Internal Revenue Hurenu Is sending Its men to work right with the public to get the tnx anil the returns In. With active every tnx duo March 15 jMII be paid nntl every return required by law will be in the Revenue olllces ontIme. Exemptions Are Allowed. A single person Is allowed n personal exemption of $1,000. If he Is supporting In his household relatives who are dependent upon him he may claim the status of the head of a family who has the same exemption as If married. who lives with A married person wife or husband is nllowed a personal exemption of $2,000. The head of n family Is entitled to claim n similar personal exemption. Is An additional exemption of nllowed for ench person under eighteen or Incnpnble of self support who was dependent upon and received his chief support from the taxpayer. A husband nnd wife living together nre entitled to but one personal exemption of $2,000. If they make returns the exemption mny be claimed by either or divided. Accuracy Required. Absolute accuracy Is necessary In making up Incomo figures. Any person who Is working for wages should find out exactly how much he received during the whole year 1018. Fees, bunk Interest, bond Interest, dividends, rents received and all other ltonu Mere correctly. must be reported guesses are not accepted, fijr" they are 'ijust alike to the taxpayer and the Government nml defeat the proper administration of the law. $'-,00 sep-nrn- te due date for Income Tnxes WOMEN LEARNING MASSAGE. INCOME TAX IS TRULY POPULAR. Germantown Y. W. C. A. Trains Worn Work en for Reconstruction Among Soldiers. Ediicntlonnl courses to prepare wom en as aides In the rehabilitation of wounded soldiers hare been opened at the Germantown, Pa., Young Women's Christian Association. A reconstruction massage course, lectures In anatomy, physiology, muscle work and remedial movement mas. Vte, theory and practice, electrotherapy and hydrotherapy are given by doctors and nurses, who also superA. vise practical work at the Y. W. and at hospitals. The courses are recognized by the Surgeon General. Similar courses have also been opened In the New York City Central Hranch Y. W. O. A., where specialty with a view is made of to training women as teachers for re- upon him. I lifted his head and I I Tho stranger lay etlll In the road. I i dropped It quick' ly wltli a strango sickness. The feel of it nnd the way It fell back upon the ground when I let go scared me, for I knew that bo was dead, Tho dust around him was wet I ran down the hill a jfew steps and stopped and whistled to my filly. I could hear her answering whinny far down the dusty road and then her hoofs as she gal loped toward me. She camo within a few feet of mo and stood snorting. a "The payment of Income taxes takes on n new significance, which should be understood by every citizen. The taxation system of this country Is truly popular, of the people, hy tho peo-nl- o and for tho people. F.very citizen Is liable to tax, nntl the amount of the tnx Is graduated according to the success and fortune attained by encIHiuIlvldunl In availing himself of tho opportunities created am. preserved by our free Institutions. Tho method and degree of the tnx Is determined by no favored clnss, but by the representatives of tho people. Tho proceeds of the tux should bo regarded as a nntlnnai Daniel C. Roper, Investment." Commissioner of Internal Revenue. brush-makin- g J construction hospitals. m Pago Four THK CITIZKa February 27, 1010. Berea College Hospital Best Equipment and Service at Lowest Cost Wards for Men and for Women, Private Rooms, Baths, Electric Service. Sun-parlo- 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 al the people. Robert Harlan Dudley, H. Cowlky, M. D., Physician Mrs. Anna Powell Hackett, R. N.f Superintendent Mrs. Helen StEarn Siiarpe, R. N., Assistant M. D., Physician CHANGE IN HOSPITAL RATES Beginning March 1, the rates for board and room of private patients will be $15 to $18 per week. The rates for patients cared for in the wards will remain the same $1 per day. By Order of Prudential Committee, Berea College. LOCAL PAGE 1 NEWS OF BEKEA AND VICINITY, GATHERED VARIETY OF SOURCES FROM A tlas lnnna nf llln Pnltftf... flminrf. ment has had her father and a bro guests this week. Scientific horse shooing, line iron ther as o You must see thoso pretty work and repairs of all descriptions dresses in latest material and nt the College Blacksmith Shop, Main Street, north of The Citizen all the new colors at Eva Walden's. Miss Edna Early was visitine ad Ofllce. friends in Lexington for a part of We Sell hats and sell them righL last week. Ilyan Richardson is" hero for a ad, Mrs. Laura Jones. Joe Vanllook has been visiting visit with his brother, II. K. Richardson. It is fourteen years since A. 0. Wagers of Erwin. fleorge Golden and wife of Lex- Mr. Richardson has been in Berea, ington spent the week end in Berea and he was greatly surprised at the Hurl Coddington is out again this growth and progress of the place. week after a few days illness. Mark Wesley, Yosomite,' of the Misa Jane Crawford Moore en Academy Class of '15, who has just torlained in honor of her first birth been mustered out of the navy, fs day! February 16th. in Berea this weok. He expects to It. II. Spcnco will be in Louivsille enter chnol within a few days. His for some time on Y. M. C. A. busi- brother, Irvin, formerly a Normal ness. student, is in France yet with a Miss Edith Phillips or Woisnor machine gun company. has been visiting her friends hero Prof. C. D. Lewis and Mr. Selin thu College. lers were in Lexington on Monday ' .Miss Zora Ressner has beon callattending a meeting of the Faculty ed homo on account of the sickness Advisory Committee to arrange, for of some of her people. the Student's Conference to be held Wo have an lino of in that city on February 28, and Spring Conts, Suits and Capes, in all March 1st and 2nd. the new colors. Eva Waldon. You will find the latest Spring Baker & Logsdon, Dentists. Berea. Hat, in both material and color, on Ky. Located in the Baker" Building. display at Eva Waldon's. Ofllco hours from 8:00 to 12:00 a. in., A message to and 1:00 to 5:00 p. m. adpG from Sergt. W. a friend in Berea II. Ballingcr, who Mrs. Ora Adams from Villa Grove. was seriously wounded in SeptemIll, has been visitign her sister, field in the Mrs.b Golden, and other relatives ber onthat a battlestruck himFrance, tatos shot in tho and friends during the past week. neck ho has been in the hos- Kathorine Sanders, a former Be- l.pital and for four months. Ho will sail rea student, who is now attending Miami University, Oxford, 0 visited for homo in a short while. hor acquaintances here this weok. Ralph II. Osborne. Division'Super-viso- r The Misses Edith and Elva Back of the Aluminum Cooking wore favored by a visit from their I'lensil Company, of Cincinnati, O., mother recently and hp the coming was in Berea last week, and addressof two splendid brothers to enter ed a meeting of students in the Vothe Academy here. cational chapel on Saturday night. Misf Lillie A. Moore, formerly The purpose of his visit was to head nurse in Berea College Hos- demonstrate tho virtues of "Wear-Eve- r" pital, spent last week in Berea as Aluminum, and contract n the guest of Professor and Mrs. largo number of nctive Collego men Dodge. Miss Mooro was in the far as representatives of his company West for hor health last year, hut for the summer of 1019. Quite a now returns to the Settlement Work number of students signed up for I at Annville, Jackson county. work during the summer vacation. Best Blacksmithing i onc-piec- Lieut. V. A. Lockharl and Miss I with tup rumnnitrs Flossio Moore, both former Berea Union Church students, wero jnarried on January with classes Tho Sunday-schoOwsley 8, at the bride's home in for all at 0:45. Preaching service county. They will mako their future homo at Ravenwood, W. Vn, where nt It a.m. Berea Mr. Lockharl Is employed. friend extend hearty congratula rirst Baptist Church tions ami besl wishes to the young Sunday-schoat 0:15 a.m. couple. Preaching service nt II a.m. The Slate Text Book Commission Prayor meeting Thursday ovening of Ken'ueky has placed "The Water a I 7:.10. Boys," by Professor Lewis, of Berea The B. Y. P. U. service al (Vlfi. College, on Iho list of 1ooks for supWo extend a hearty wolcomo to plementary reading to be used in the schools of the Stale for tho novl nil to unlto with us In these five years. This is a recognition of our Christian Church ability as n writer, and the Saturday evening, March I. the book will undoubtedly bo read by n large number of appreciative read singers of Berea are requested to meet at 7:00 o'clock for organization ers. Our song lender. R. .and practice. Paul Arnold. Is expected In be pros-en- L furAnyone in need of stoves or Don't fall to come. Lord's Day niture will do well to read the Rev. regular crvlos with Mr. Arnold S. Knight's nil in this issue of the to lend the song service. Ordinn-lio- n paper. of six deacons and the choosing Stephens & Muncy and J. M. Oylu Fnjlinp and prayer procol& Company have entered our claimed. umns ns advertisers this week. Take Evangelist II. Gordon Bennett will time to read their ads. It will pay be here to begin the meellnit Monyou if needing anything in their day. March 3. It is hoped that lb.' lines. people in general will attend. Meeting for the good of alt, Mr. Wm. K. Rix will preach next BOONE TAVERN NOTES Lord's Day evening nt 7:30 on "True The Tavern showed its prosperity and its ability, to furnish good Evangelism." A cordial invitation things by serving 78 guests last Sun is extended lo all to be present. W. J. HuiUpelh. Minister. day noon. , week's- - guest roll is a large This one. Among the guests Avery these GEORGE WASHINGTON THRIFTOGRAMS which are given bulow: Judge D. B. Burnnm, Richmond. The 187th anniversary of Georg.' The Shelby M. Jolt family, Rich Washington's birthday was celebrat ed last week. Washington, the sucmond. cessful builder of a nation, gave J. B. Bowling, Harlan. John Chenault and Miss Mary Bal voice lo rules for personal and ns lard, Richmond. lionnl success which are as appliS. S. fiunter, Orleon, X. Y. cable in this 1010 year of necessary Miss M. Beck of tho Stale Univer Thrift as in his day. Hero are some sity. of his words on the use of money and resources that might have been J. W. Dooley, Kiioxville, Tonn. Noel Mitchell and his guest. written for tho present situation in America: J. T. Wishclt, High Point. N. C. I am no more disposed to squanMrs. A. Donn Lansing and Miss der than to stint. Gertrude Lansing, Albany, X. Y. Economy ninkos happy homes and MiM Harriett L Anderson, Cleve sound nations. Instill it deep. land. O. It is not the lowest priced good? Miss Katherino Sanders, Oxford, O.. who was a Berea student last that are always the cheapoat. I cannot enjoin loo strongly upon year is here. II. C. Mills from Bnrhourville with you a due observance of economy a party of live was entertained one and frugality. Keep an account book and entor lay this week at tho Tavern. A parly, composed of B. J. Broad- - therein eery farthing of your reiters and J. T. Ballon of Terrill was ceipts and expenditures. Promote frugality and industry by bore Friday. Mr. and Mrs. D. C. -- Kennedy are example; encourage manufactures, and avoid dissipation. visiting their son. Reason. Ion lale perhaps, may convince you of (he folly of uifeapcnd-in- g IN MEMORIAM time. In loving remomhrance of our There is no proverb in tho whole lnughtor. wife, and sister, Maud C oalalog of thuiifinoro true than a Hatfield, who died February I, 1010. penny saved is a penny got. , "A precious ono from us is gone, Nothing but harmony, honesty, A voice we loved is stilled. industry, and frugality are nece-aar- v A place is vacant in our homes to make us a great and happy Which never can be Illled. nation. Goil in His wisdom has recalled Thoso statements by George WashTho boon His lnvo has given. ington as tiwiso personal economy And tho the body moulders hero might he paraphrased today in the The soul is safe in heaven." injunction of the Nntlona! Thrift spend wisely, save inCampaign telligently, nvoid waste and in CARD OF THANKS vest safely; buy War Saving We desire to thank all our friends Stamps and Thrift Stamps. for (he kindness shown us during the illness and death of our daughU. ST. War Department statistics ter, Maud C. Hatlleld. We also want per cent of o thank the Rev. E. B. English and indicnto that ninely-flv- o Pres. Win. G. Frost for their con tho American expeditionary forces were users of tobacco. soling words, D. X. Welch and Family. ol ol well-merited fellow-town-inn- The Banking Methods of Today are based upon the nrinciples recognized and applied in the operation 01 the Federal Reserve bystom. You owe it to yourself to transact vour banking busi ness with a bank whicn is a member of this system. DAY a CASHIER f; 3f$k 3 gj Berea National Bank 1 - 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 Kc.itucky Jno. F. Dean TOR SALE J. W. Uerndon Residence, eight roojns, mnlry, DEALERS IN REAL ESTATE basement and attic. Water in kitrh-- 1 ' Berea, 'Kentucky en. Lot 1I0250. On Chestnut street. Also, Iioiim and 13 acres We aro still selling Real Estato of laud, uno-ha- lf milo wet of town on Wallaceton pike. Must Ml at' in and around Berea; but soon it ad.! will bo impossible to gel possession MRS. W. 11. BOWER. once. tht year, as farmers are making arrangements for tho year's work. LOST A few more bargains in small farms One double pocket brown purse, ami city property. Como and got tnntniuing ono $oJM) bill; i5 cents uiB while you can, they will bo in small change; 2 or .1 pennies; and higlier noxt year. probably one $1.00 hill. I am not See Dean at the Berea Bank nnd siiire about tho 61.00 bill. Finder pleaso leave at Porter-Moor- o Drug Trust Co.; catch Hcrndon on Iho fly. Co, and rocoivo reward, ad.-3- 5. W. M. HAYES. Respectfully, live-room j Y. M. C. A. NOTES Monday evening the Y. M. C. A. Wanted and For Sale BARRED ROCK EGGS We Aim To Give- you more for your money than you can get anywhere else. 4 - We know that our customers are willing to pay for good goods; they social room in Blue Ridgo Hall was opened with suitable oxercises. Xow the Foundation students will have n recreation room for thoir use nearer home. At the social rooms on the main campus during the past weeks the gamos have been let nut 872 times. Professor Knighl gave a very interesting nnd instructive talk last Sunday evening on 'Tho Value of an Education for a Success in Life." Tho annual conference of Iho Young Men's Christian Assoeiation is to bojiold the last of Iho week at Lexington, There will be a goo J delegation representing Berea. have a limited quantity of eggs for setting. Pure bred. 75 cents a adp.-3- 7 setting. T. A. EDWARDS. I NOTICE All persons having claims against D. M. DEAN & HERNDON, Dealers in Real Estato, Berea, Ky. simply want to get what they v For Sale Click, dueeasud, will present same, properly sworn to, on or beOno Jersey cow, gcntlo and in fore the 15th day or March, HMD. It good condition, good milk and but- C. II. Click, administrator, or same ler cow. For particulars apply at will bo barred by law. C. II. CLICK, THE CITIZEN OFFICE. Administrator of the oilato of I). M. Click, deceased. FOR SALE I have three farms around Bcroi for Halo with corn and tobacco land. FOR SALE If not sold by March 1, will ho for House and lot on High street. rent for 1019. adp.-.((- l. J. W. Homdon. This is an ideal place for n home, largo lot, good ham and garden, llvo room house with water and electric lights. Now occupied by ss J. E. Goll. For price and terms D. M. Golt, Routo No. 0, Aberdeen, Miss. FOR SALE FARM FOR SALE F. L. MOORE'S Jewelry Store FOR First Class Repairing AND Fine Line of Jewelry MAIN ST. BEREA, KY. 3 by Bourbon Poultry Romedy w lit Ur m . curt6 i.uirvfiiit ink r ' tutiorrtitwl and ti ( pay THEY LIKE VALUE. for. House and lot on Jackson Street. Bath, electric lights, furnace heat, hot and cold water; a good garden with grapes and apples. The best of neighbors, good shade, and a fine mountain view. i J. M. Coyle & Co. Berea, Kentucky Also some good furniture, stoves, and a bicycle we shall not need in Michigan. Good bargains. Inquire of C. S. KNIGHT Jackson Street Berea, Ky. Containing 101 acres, more or less, located 12 miles from Richmond, at Droyfus, Ky. On good road ono mile from pike, flood peach and apple orchard, fairly good house, flood Sold barn anil othor outbuildings; 73 ncres cleared, the balance in Umber. Would mako good stouk farm, or will produce tobacco, corn, and general crops. For particulars call on or writo T. H . Davia, Dreyfus, Ky. adp.-3- es JRoup vU4 ' I ns ut imihI nt. Atiniiririta ' we n or a uab' il i'iu ,tr UMk fr on rtMiut'u bul All iouibci titaor C3.,iuutM.ir. re Porter-Moo- Drug Co, 0 lllfg Fclirunry 27, 1010. TIIK C1TIZKN Pago FIv ""' The Citizen Nawipapcr for all that li right true, And intereiting I'ulilUhnl A family Trr Thuradair at llfiTS, Ky. CO. DEREA PUBLISHING tlnrnrporaiad) WM. C. FROST, Ktt,lor.ln-ChU- r Subscription Ratea PArAtlLK On BU IN ADVANCE Thrr Mnth Yrr t.M .w Month J Privl money hf I'oat.nnVt' or hifrr. IWjt or on ami two Order. Draft, ernt atami'a, nmo on label ihowa to after Th what ilati your uliwrtpU.n fa tald. If It It not chanirr.1 wllhln thrwi wetrka attar rrntwal notify U,Mltln numU-rwill I sUlly aupplliol If ara notified. aut Mla-ra- l who trma alteri to anya.ndln obtain yearly ua four acrliilsma forua. Any on ubwrititloni can recelta Tha Cltli.n ttrm for one year. Auertllnir ratea on application. ll nr LOCAL TAXATION AND THE DISTRIBUTION Or COUNTY FUNDS By Prof. Chan. D. Lewis llnal. and most vitally Important mallor for consideration in connoe-tlo- n Willi school llnnnee, js that of county taxation, llio mnnnur of distributing enmity funds, ninl' local or taxation. permits Dm The Stnto ul pr'-on- t County Ilonnl. thrnupli the Fiscnl (Joilrt, t levy a school lux of 30 oonls on llit JIOO of n.soMd properly. This is bolter llian Urn 20 conl tax permitted lieforo tliu las sohIoii of the I.t'pisltitiiri', liul In it Is entirely inndo-itKiiiMiny oountio to inert tint ncails of tho schools. There should bo n general mniimlgn ovflr llio Sin. for a maximum levy, for hint year only it uountloa availoil tliPiulvt's of Uif privilege of tint an roitl lovy. Many rich counties' whtee a tiHixiiiium lsvy would enable tho people of tin runul ortimig to havo a longer term of school with bettor teorhers mak.ti anull lovy and do practically nothing toward cither lengthening tho lorm or increasing the leather's salaries. My own county, Madison, for oxwnple. remains sullsllcd with a it cent levy ami n six months term, in spile of tho fart that n (ox of 10 wilts for payment of teachers would supplement Hie money from tin State by more limn 15 per cunt, thus enabling the every child within ooutity its Iwrder eight months of school itu; with a toucher of high ipialitlca-titm- s. This is largely duo In this nnd other counties to the fact that those mailers are not put clearly ami fonrltsly before tho jinhlio. Wo miul not lilamo tho Legislature far pinning ton low a minimum upon Uir county Ux levy, or tho County ltonrds for fniliiiK to make tho lovy. where It is needed. The school people (if the Stnto must luad III a drive for hotter llnanclnl sup-Hr- l of puhllo education in which they clwirly inform and effectively annum tho citizenship of tho Stale. taxntlon is tin an effective, and an entirely prouor method of increasing local school funds, and should ho much mpre largely used than at present. Seolions 1.10 and 135 of the school law olonrly set forth Uio powori of to tax i(self for llio school purposes. Ten Iripl voters may hnvo an in any election ordered by tho County Hoard, ami tho election held the first Saturday In October, may. hy n majority vote of those valine, levy a tax upon all properly of llio dls-trlof not to exceed 25 cents, for a number of purposes, the most important of which is to incresse the lencher's salary and extension of the school term. While a campaign to uncnurngo luxation is ono of llio most immediate means of stimulating such olforl, tho County Hoard A sub-distri- ct to wl mnx-luiunl Suh-dislrt- el sub-dlilri- ct sub-distri- ct oj, may do much lo bring about tho ed results by adopting n method of distributing the county funiU which will reward local effort, much as llio plan proposed on tho preceding pages for tho distribution of Slate funds would stimulate counly taxation. Tho present law provides the method of distributing the Slate fund, in n genernl way, but it does not say in what manner the funds provided by the county shall bo distributed. As a menus of utilizing die principle of help lo those who are willing to help llmmselvos tile following scheme is proposed. Let the Counly Bonrtl ascertain each year how much money raised by the county levy can he Set apart for th payment of teachers, after providing the necessary funds for building, repair, and general run-- n in; expenses. Then let them adopt a method of distributing this money to (ho that will not entirely deprive any district of county aid, hut one which will materially reward loWil tnxullnn. Tho following plan Is proposed: To each lovying no lax for payment of toaohors, ono unit of distribution. To each levying 10 cents for payment of teachers, two units of distribution. To each levying 15 rents for payment of teachers, three units of distribution. To each lovying 20 renls for payment of lortchers, four units of distribution. To eacli levying 25 cents for. payment of toachers, live units of distribution. To mnko thin plan moro easily understood let us assunio a county with W) and a county fund or is 1,500 to distribute upon this hnsis, and (hat the districts made levioj as follows: Twenty, districts, no lovy, eaoh receiving one unit of distribution, 20 units. 'Iliirty districts, 10 cent lovy. onoli receiving two units of distribution. (V) units. Twenty districts. 15 cents lovy, eaclKreceiving thrjie units of distribution, co units. Six districts, 20 cents lovy, each receiving four units of distribution, H units. Four districts, 35 cents lovy, each receiving live units of distribution.. 20 units. Total units of distribution, 181. Hy dividing IHI, (ho number of iiniti, into $1,500, the amount to be distributed, tho money unit of distribution would bo SJtl.ir,. This would bring the following results: To each district levying no tax. one unit or 821.15. To onch dilrict levying 10 cents tax. two units or $l8iH). To onch district levying 15 oonls lux. three units or 873.15. To each district levying 20 conU lax. four units or S97.80. To oach' district lovying 25 cents tax. live units or 122.25. If it seemed host to mako less difference, between Ihe " districts levying lax nnd those lovying no lax. the latter could each bo assigned Iwo or more nnd, with an in rroao of one unit for each 50 cents increase in levy. This premium upon efTorl does not fnvor tho rich neighbor as against tho poor, hu( rather favors Ihe poor, because it is upon the rate of taxation, and not upon the money raised. Like the method proposed for distribution of Slalo lax it favors the poor, for Ihe rich neighborhood would be able lo secure an ample school fund by a smaller levy, so that tho larger part of tho county tnx would go (o the district that was poor but willing. do-sirsuh-distrisub-distri- ct sub-illslrl- ot sub-distri- ct sub-dlitri- ot sub-distri- ct ts NEWS REVIEW OF uUnfjENT EVENTS Allies Propose to Maintain Watch on the Rhine for a Long Time to Come. v a l'A!(E KO HEAL'ZE DEFEAT New Armlitlce Termi Bring Forth Walls Fight on the Projected League of Nations Opentd In Congress Without Awaiting President Wilton's Prom. Iced Explication. By CDWARD W. PICKARD Htiillc Cnttln. tlipiuiiirrhlat win tried t murder Premier Cleinfticeiui in I'.rl, could not have dniii- - bis nille n greater dittwrvlce. If li recovers from I lie wound In bis sliouhlrr, n avins prolmlilf nt Ibis wrlllnp. the "Tiger" will be stronger than ever I Primer and the people of his mm try will give support more unite I IIihi ever to Ids plnn nnd demands f.r tb return Hon nnd the safeguarding of France, even llicucli be mny bo "preparing for another WHr" ns the cn-siClemeiiccntt, bj Ids roar-ngnnd robust patriotism lins wen flit esteem of nil hN feliow citizens except the rnbld nii!irclilu. who always have bated him. Ills Inlltiem e In the dellherntloiiK of the pence delegates bns been powerful and hie statotmntiahlp !' been demonstrated nt every turn. proposed statutes, demand Hint (V many bo permitted to Join the lengue slmtdtnneonsly with the other p.iwer It Is taken for granted by the allied nntlons Hint (lermnny will ho i.tlmlt-teto the lengue nt some future date, but only nfter she has given sufficient gunrnnty of her sincerity. As l'tofes-so- r I.nrnnutle, denn of the I'nri Ifiw fnctilty, fSnys: "Surely whrtf Oomnny enters n lengtio of mitlonr sht wil1 ntrree to sign every undertnklng we desire j but we know whnt inder'nklttgs menu to the Oermnns. IXd Hiry not sign a trealv srunrauteetng the neutrality of ltelgluiar This attitude of distrust, who h I shared hy nil the allied nnllnns. Is r r ognlzcd ns Justiflnblr by one Teuton, nt Icnf. Kurt I'lsncr, premier M vnrbt. Tho Oermans, he says. i!lti not realize to what extent the all.es con sldored Ihe German revolution a pure comedy, rind he said tbnt It will he thus whllq Hie Geriiinn lenders remnln the snme ns those who conducted odious wnr polley. d 's 1 ..T'Hsishi Ln ri-N- nert. e Tobacco Barns For Sale Don't forgot the big price tobacco has been selling for. Now is the time to prepare for this year's crop. Frost may come before your barn is rejuly do not wait. We carry a complete line of materials. We also sell good silos, and are prepared to take care of your lequirements for everything in building material. We will also contract and build you a house at lowest figures. Phone or write us, or, better still, come and see us. STEPHENS & MUNCY Mill and Yard Near L. & N. Depot Berea, Kentucky t Genernl Denlklne and his army. It was announced, had reached the Caspian, having scattered n great body of anarchist troops nnd captured .'11,000 prisoners nnd large quantities of material. In Ksthmiln, liowovir, the soviet, armies, which had ri sinned their activities with a gen; nil attack, were said to be making considerable progress, especially In the region Pskov. This conflnuutlon of hostiliy forces again ties hy the makes doubtful the holdlnc of the proposed conference nt Primes' Island. Moreover, three of.the Itusslnn governments, those of Siberia, Avehtuigir nnd southern Russia, have foiuni.ly. declined to take part In the conference, statlim that tliere eiiu be t.o conciliation between them mid the bolshevikl, In the new nrmlstlce terms Imposed who are denounced as traPors nnd on them thu Huns are getting n sllh of nnarchy. foretaste of wbnt they may expect Information from Pet mcnul shows when tho military pence treaty Is that opposition to the rule of the mn do. Not many rndtcal cluing", were nmirehlstt) Is Increasing aiming mink-- , but these Include the eeisntlon the more Intelligent workers. Sixty of all hostilities ngnhiKt tho Poles nut' thousand workmen In that city am on the removal of (Jonnnn troops fron strike, deinandlne the end of civil war the l'osen nnd Thorn districts: nlso and the establishment of free trade. tho Oermans were peremptorily orThe United States anil (Peat llrltnln dered to put In good condition i ll the have announced foK'CA In that artillery, airplanes, motor! tucks and northern Russia are totheir withdrawn be rolling stool; which aro to ho turned when weather conditions permit, and over. Nothing wiih Include' about to faclllla'e this will be asct-because It fnovemont. Meanwhile those who hnvo talard Hint less than 'JOO.OtH! Cerintii' been worried by alarmist stor'es of are now under arms. Krzbetger Mgned the distressing conditions under which the new terms under protect, and when our hoys there nre existing may he r he returned to Weimar be explained lieved hy the cablegram from Col. to the national assomtfly Hint he hail George F. Stewart, commanding tha no recourse. He una violently attacked Americans, lie says the rcporisnre by a delegate of thu People's pa.'ly but not wiirrnnted hy tho facts; that the was sustained by the majority. health of tho entire command is excelWhat seems to be worrying Przber-ge- r lent, the sick and wounded are well most Is tho prospect that tie peace cared for ami the entire allied expetreaty will give to France the Saur val- dition Is capable of taking care of Itley, where the best of tho German coal self against tho whole bolshevik army. deposits are located. The fr reach claim this hnsin should be theirs I y The Sparincun anarchists of conjunction with the nearby IlrP'j Iron were extremely busy throughout region, hot F.rzborger predicts that It Is given them Germany some day the wefk, organizing hero nnd there will recover It by force. In this, t.nd In mid In Westphalia going so fur ns to ugalu- -t Ids repeated protest the start a bombardment of the town of "hnrkhness" of tho treatment tl'e Oer- Itotterop. In tho Ruhr Iniiustiinl remans are receiving or are about to re- gion along the Rhino the Spartaciins ceive, F.rzborger Is speaking for a largo occupied several towns and tlcc'u.cd a part of the Herman nation, which general strike, fortifying the waterseems Incapable of realizing that It has works nnd powerhouses nnd preparing been whipped und must puy fully for to resist the government troops. Mubl helm Is the center of the movement its crimes. and the nnurctiUts have gathered them In large numbers. The arrognnce of thu Huns bns reached n high point In loud objections Cougressmun-elec- t Victor I Merger to thu league of nations, n tl'u (it man press. Some nuvvspapers even of Wisconsin nnd his fellow defendurge that Germany hoidd have noth- ants, Kugrinhl, Genaer, Tucker and ing with the lengtio, but others, Kruse, convicted of violating thu act and conspiring to ob-while severely erllclzlnc gome, of the aiu's-ovleI.enlno-TrotzkI.c-nl-ne s r Ger-manI to-d- o It Is becoming more evident dnll (hut Ihe entente nllle have no Inten tlon of yielding too fnr to inniidi'n sentiment where (Jeniimi.v Is concerned nnd tlmLll' Illins art to bo ptoperl restrained, with Jtist enough eennor freedom to eiiHble them to work bnrd find pny for the tremendotix dnmnsr tbejr linvc dene the world. They maj wiill iiimI cipilrm, tint they will not l txrmltted to organize their force ngtilnst the tinned on them by their (oiiqreror. At least during the present geii'i-nt- l the lilllt-Intend to keep n wax!) on the Rhine tbnt. In the words of Win stein Churchill. Ilrltlsli wur sectetnry. will "mnke It phyMlenlly linpossihlo to heirtn n wttr of mvenge. nt nay rnte In our lifetime." The t feetlrnes of the league of imtln. In Mild, depends upon thu tillle- - tta "1 ne trustworthy military forci' In clo proximity to Obrmnny, nnd ne ex plnlned (hut the Ilrltlxh goreiumeu' therefore would retain nhoin oat fourth of the men now In the nrvlc anil iiIfo Is nlremly raising a volunteer iinnv for gnrrhiniiltit: the enipire. Par lag 1010 the Ilrltlsh nrn.y will numlier t tMN.000 tiK'ti. Presumably n lied tiatlnns will do Ihulr part In tli respect. Amerlrn' nelwtlve mtvIcp-nr- t ' army tntiat be tlemnblllzed four months after the tern proe'nlm-Itiof pence. The nrmy hill as pi" hy the himse last week provides for nrtny of 1".",000 the regular peace-tim- e to he ohtnlued hy voluntary enlistments. As the enlistment perlot' Is reduced to ono yenr and the foci year period In the reserve Is done qwny with. It l believed that whatever nrmy Is needed abroad can he recruited from the ranks of the soldiers now thcr Since this hill Is regarded as totnlly lnnileuate lij n ixrcnt ninuy H'tintors It has unnll clianec of becoming law, nnd It Is believed an extra session of the new congress will he cnlled to pass both army nnd navy appropriation Mils, which. It Is taken for granted, will permit America to do her part In guarding thu pence of tho world. resl-tnnterm-Impos- ed s tliu-jitl- The constitution of the league of nntlons,' ns draft pi, bns been revolved with genernl npprovnt In Knglniitl nnd Itnly, while In France the prevalent feeling Is that It Is n good beginning for a project hy which there Is hope of establishing world pence. In America opinion Is widely divergent, nnd criticism Is bnsetl on the fenr that the United States Is about to the Monroe Doctrine. President Wilson, by Wireless, nsktd Him there he no discussion of the I ""ague. In congress or elsewhere, until he could explain It fully In the public speech' be wns planning to make In various Some of the more (inpatient cities. In consress, however, declined to wnlt. nnd started the music last Wednesday. In the senate the leacue wns r tacked strotiuly hy Pol.idoxter, Iionth, Heed, Vardnmnn, Lodge nnd others, nnd was defended by Shnroth nnd Hitchcock. In the house IYss ot Ohio openetl the fljrht on the league declaring It "monstrous" and filled with vicious possibilities. As can be seen, the lengui of tuitions Is not a party question, tint mnny astute lenders of the Repuhllcat pnrtj nre urgiiiK that criticism of the plnn be suppressed until tho attitude of tb country Is nscertnlned from the lecep-tlogiven the president's evplnt'utlons Mr. Tnft, who has not censed to be one of tbnt pnrty's chiefs, denounces the opponents of the league for another reason hecnuse ho already ardently believes In the elllcncy of tho pioposed society of nations. It Is ensy to predict that, nfter n dchl of ralnvor, the senate will clve Its npprovnl to the lenguo plan, prohnhly with formal reservations tbnt. will protect the Monroe Doctrine. e stir-rendn 'Chain' Tread The Economy of Buying Good Tires - -- It's mighty poor economy to put cheap tires on your car. If you can't depend on your tires, you can't depend on your car, and you can't get the high grade of service it ought to give you. It pays to buy good tires United States Tires. They represent the highest value it is possible to build into tires. There are "five different passenger car treads the only complete line built by any" tire manufacturer. Each has the built-i-n strength that means your money back in extra miles. Among them are exactly the tires you want for your car, and your driving conditions. Our nearest Sales and Service Depot Dealer will gladly help you. Of thoso peoples who still nrp fighting In Europe nnd Asln there Is not much to write this week. The Poles are. being bard pressed by the Ukrainians In the Lemberg region, end In Knst Prussia the Oermnn troops were Mild to 1(0 lighting them under ttiu old Imperial standard. The Junker, ac cordlnc to report, were striving to their old military Jobs hy a strong movement rgnlrst n l. United States Tires are Good Tires struct the United States' war program, were sentenced by .)udgeI.nndls to twenty years' Imprisonment each nt Appealing to the fedLeavenworth. eral circuit court of appeals, they were reltJas.'d on bonds, but only nfter giving their solemn pledges that, they would neither bv word nor act do nny of the things for which they were convicted pending flnnl decision of their cases. The senate Judiciary committee took ii step toward curbing the activities of the anarchists when It unanimously a bill to punish such' activities nnd to prohibit the display of red flags or other emblems of violence. he wont up from Louisville to b law clerk in Attorney General James Gnruell's oflice. His ambition would not ho restricted to tho duties of that position nnd shortly afterward he was practicing in Court of Tho Stato Tax Commission will cnninienco hearings on county assessments. This year the commission is aiming to reach 85 per cent assessment on real estate, personalty, bank shares and corporation franchises. Last year they approximated 75 per cent. This method was necessitated hy tho decision of Odd Foods. Ben urchins' eggs are used In Coy- - the United States Supremo Court in Ion as we eat raw oysters here. Tho , the railroad franchise cases, hold Mexicans use a variety of scorpion, ing that they must bo equalized with after removing tho sting. In n . special all pther kinds of property which I ,i . sun oi uiuviei, 10 ...I.I ..1. .1 . iiuti u III ,,, lib ,,, , UIU n.anaani ,lin vwin.,. ninui mejr ...1.1 i III limv pecullnr sort of peppery unvor. a large variety ot locusts and grasshop- said, below CO per cent, and in many pers are dried, then cooked, by people instances ran far below 50 per cent. In portions of India, Arabia aud Syria. Four hundred farmers, attending. W0RLD NEWS the short courses in agriculture-(Continued from Fags One) Monday, expressed their satisfao- granted tho request. These trees tjon with instruction they havo ro- nro to bo planted on the grounds of ceived nnd asked that u similar tho stato capitals and will servo as course bo given next year. memorials of tho war. Heaii Thomas Cooper, of tho col lege of agriculture of tho University of Kentucky, addressed the fanners KENTUCKY NEWS (Continued from Fig Ona) nt nssembly on "The Agricultural tion men from Ilockeastlo and Mad - Outlook." "Oct tho fertility out of your soil, ison counties with State Hoad Com- Tha! Adjust yourself open moro to Wiley. Hodman mlssioner needed is available, through Jtnal conditions, get your farms hack Federal and Slate aid, with tho ox- -, on normal produclivo basis," was ception of $0,500. This will ho ob- the advlco ho offered. tained by popular subscription and . "I helievo tho American farmer Is tho highway completed this year, it in a most, strategic posiMon Just now," ho stated. was stated. "Agrlculluro is going to deoldo Friends, of Capt. Robert Caldwell our national policy, for food is tho of Ashland, former head of the big world demand today." ' Ho urged tho increnso of poultry; Workmen's Compensation Hoard, aro suggesting his namo ns enndidato erain and tobacco acreage as parlio for Attorney General. Mr. Caldwell ularly Important. Tho course, will was first known in Frankfort whonjoloso Saturday. 4 V i 1ior-mon- ey P.1R0 SIX THE C1TIZKN February, 27, 1010. MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spence, Farm Demonstrator nnd Special Investigator SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG 1st Door Training that adds to your general education. FOR YOUNO. MEN Agriculture, Carpentry, Bricklaying, Printing, Commerce and Telegraphy. Uomo Science, Dressmaking, Cooking, TOR YOUNG LADIES money-earnin- HOME DEPARTMENT Conducted by Miss Margaret Dizncy, Director of Home Science two cupfulls of cooked, sliced potaContributed by Mrs. II. E. Way is now time lo uso tho potato, toes on the top. Blend together two nnd tablespoonfuls. of butler nnd two cnbnago, carrots, Varsnlps, .other vpgelables whioh wo hnvo tnlilespoonfuls of Hour in n sauco-pn- n over tho llro; add gradually two stored in our cellars beforo Ifiey poll. It is lart of a wise plan of cups of milk, two tablespoonfuls of economy to save our canned goods grated cheese, salt and pepper, nnd and dried beam, (although theso stir until it bolls. Pour over tho sprinklo should lie frequently examined to potatoes, somo bread nee that they aro in good condition , crumbs on tho lop and bako in n hiil oven for one miiiuto or a litllo until later In tho spring. Our government still wishes to longer. have vegetables, especially polatoos, Croamcd Carrots conserved. The demonstrator told Ono quart of cut carrots, ono us at tho Chapel tho othrf after- tnblespoonful of finely chopped noon that tho best way to cook onion, ono .lahlospoonfiil of butter, potatoes Wa either to bako them one tablcspoonful of chopped parsor boil them, as these methods of ley, one tnblespoonful of sail, cookery preserves the mineral salts tciispoonful of white pepwhich we generally throw nway. per. people do not realize that as Mint Put tho carrots on in boiling water much as 75 per cent of some of the enough lo cover nnd boil until tendroot crops Is composed of water. er. Drain and savo the water in This water evnpBrnlos and causes which they wero cooked. Put tho the vegetable to lose Its fresh taste. butler nml onions in n saiirepnn The other day I found somo wither over lire and cook one minute, ndd ed, I might almost say dried pars the Hour and mix well; then ndd ono nip, in the corner of the cellar audi cuvM of , onrr()l w'Illpr Mjx lh(, oaKi-iiii'iu ior iwo nays in wnier. carrots nnd sauco together nnd ndd Tin' result was more than worth tho I tin anil , .mump rim! fmpjlitv l?ruil trouble, for they just tated Ilk.) Uirco lnin'ulcs. fresh vegetables. Parsnips aro mighty good lo eat Carrots with Peas of vjigelables nre Combination in (he spring. If you hnven'l planted miiiio in your garden nnd let them palatable, and sometimes using two remain over winter Jo bp dug up or. three together is nn economy, in the spring, plnu to put somo in sinee thero may not bo on hand next year. Vl'hey must be eaten, enough of either to servo tho family. however, before tho green shoot Carrots nnd peas either fresh or begin to show in the spring. canned, umk a pood nnd well-knocombination, nnd hero color, Potatoes may be baked in tho eoaN on your hearth, or if you aro as welai flavor, plays a part. Car- going In boil potatoes, it i3 n good rots cooked and cut Into pieces not plan to boil enough for two or thrco . much larger .than tho peas may bo menis ami men iry iiiem, or warm combined willi mem in any con Besides thoso them, in cream sauce, made out of venient amount. a cup of milk, thickened with a stored for winter use, ennued cartablespoon of Hour and seasoned rots may be used nnd they may bo with n littlo bit of butter and a tea- -i canned successfully at home n shown by the work of the girls' spoon of sail. Everybody ought to have n bed of canning clubs. parsley in his back yard. If you I Corn Chowder have not one in it is now tlmo Lv , , few' """.I; n ,pl eor" "w5r. Iry think about planting one. for n U "ow1 m sprigs of parsley chopped in these 001 tl enough s,ic1, potatoes will make then, lasto like' " p,,ntf: '"J", n ,l0;" a! ' another Tlish. Parsley can also be'ln n Uo ; .P ;i,,t uted in soups, ami with other voge- l lables and in slews. '"""l'" 11 n 8 co, or two, ,of, Beet, and Onion, f0 I',"1 ' n1,n Boil two or three beets till tender! " ,int ',f ,corn troU a,,,11 'willi two or three dozen small on- -' 'l ' n1,,ll!"P," ,onRV. ions. When they are done take off' ra""P ! ,asle! n,,nt ,of 'the skin and the outside fibers of the' sa1l.nn'1 vm)!r a cu m or butler beets and slice down. Stew in the mfilk' Do not lot l,,fi crca,n a" following sauco for ten minute.1 ,0 Take an ordinary sized onion, mince Maryland Corn Pudding it small nnd fry it brown in n little butter. Add a littlo flour nnd br6wn' Drain the porn from ono rnn and that also, then put in n ladelful of run through the food chopper. soup stock, tlio juice of n lemon and catching the "milk" that drips dur- -, somo salt and pepper. When it Is ingtho grinding. Ilclurn this lo llio Ione servo tho onions in tho center, pulp and add the well beaten yolks the Dcels anil sauco around, servo. hf two eggs, awful of hot. milk, one-ha- lf teanpoonful of salt - Colcannon and teaxpnonful of while Six cups boiled cabbage, three pepper Butter a small baking disb i;iilf.1 iiitiauuu jiuLiiwja, unuu Huntand pour into this the pudding adding tablespoons butter, ono cup milk, ing at tho Init moment tho slldly seasonings. beaten whites of tho two eggs. Bako Mix cabbage, potatoes, butter, for twenty-fiv- e minutes in a modermilk, nnd seasonings. Place in but ate oven on the lower shelf and llvo tered baking dish, dot with moro minutes on tho upper shelf to butter, and bako 10 minutes In hot, brown. This pudding puffs up nnd even. Servo with meat. Is delicious. When green corn is In season, tho pulp from ono-ha- lf Carrots vllk Bacon Cut four or llvo slices of bacon dozen cars may bo substituted. into small pieces and fry; when Bakod Onions brown add carrots cut inld quarters Six largo onions, ono egg, ono and some small onions to the grease, tablespoon melted butter, one cup taking out the bacon; when onions bread crumbs, cup and carrots aro brown, not cooked, rold meat. Parboil onions, slice off add water, ono tnblespoonful of ex- tops nnd remove centers. Chop this tract of beef, salt and pepper; put line wjlb. bread crumbs nnd meat. back tho bacon mid let the wholo Add tho beaten egg, melted butter, simmer for ono half hour; just be- salt and pepper. Moisten with toforo serving put in some chopped mato Juice or stock. Fill shcNs, parsley. cover with bread crumbs gratert Baked Carrots cheeso mid fuller. Bako twenty Butter a fireproof dish, then put minutes. BEREA RHODE ISLAND RED POULTRY ASSOCIATION Third: Mrs. R. C. Coomer, Speed woll. Best cockerel: PEOPLE tt The Boron Ilhoclo Island lied PoulIs now ready to llll orders for eggs for hatching purposes. There aro thrco divisional secre taries of this association. They are: Win. Carl Hunt of Horea, Mrs. 11. C. Coomcr of Speedwell, and S. P. Caudill of Conway. The orders for eggs will bo handled through these secretaries. Correspondence may bo addressed to ciMicr one of theso secretaries or to I ho Berea Rhode Island Red Poultry Association, Hcrca, Ky. The Association put on n show, February 15, and in spite of the bail, snowy weather, there were P8 birds exhibited. Everybody was surprised to find that wo could exhibit as S. C Rhode Island many pure-bre- d, Redskin this section. The towns people and tho business people this show and said that they did not think that Herca could put on such a show. Rhode Island Red poultry breeders realized that by getting together and putting on such a show, it would exhibit their stock and show tho people what wo had in the country and by doing it, so increase tho demand for tho eggs. L. E. Weaver, Extension Poultry Specialist, from Lexington, served a3 judgo. Ho said that it was a real hard task to decido as to the best in so many birds. Ho handled these birds in a very short lime and at tho , samo time answered many questions and inquiries. There were flvo capons exhibited by Dr. M. M. Robinson. Those bird caused quite a bit of interest and brought up manj questions and will bring about tho practice of caponiz-in- g more birds this spring. Tho premium money was put up by our Berea banks and tho Rliodc Island Red Poultry Association. The promiums were well distributed im First, Second, and Third prizes. The following people were winners: try Association First: S. P. Caudill, Conway. Second: S. P. Caudill, Conway. Third: Mrs. Luther Todd, Coyle. Best lien: Berea's Vocational Schools g power, combined with First: Mrs. J. H. Gentry, Speed C. Coomer, well. Second: "Mrs. R. well. Speed Nursing, Stenography and Typewriting. Third: Mrs. Luther Todd, Coyle, Best pullet: First: Mrs. J. H. Gentry, Speed well. Second: Mrs. R. woll. Third: 'Mrs. R. well. C. Coomcr, C. 2nd Door Berea's Foundation School Speed General Education for thoso not far advanced, combined with somo vocational training. No matter what your present advancement, wo can put you with others liko yourself and give chance for most rapid improvement ono-ipiart- er Coomer, Speed 3rd Door r. .1 Berea's English Academy Course 1 1 The show was a creditable one. nnd tho association expects to put on a full and complete show next fall. There were a number of pure bred Rhodo Island Red roosters sold at this show. Mrs. R. C. Coomer and Mrs. J. H. Gentry at Speedwell have roosters for sale some pure-bre- d Mrs. Green, Berea, Rgule 1, lias some very fine roosters for sale. The slogan for the association H to "Paint the County Red." Join hands, get your eggs and set early. Reds will make tho earlyy chickenr, and early chickens will lay early. CINCINNATI MARKETS. I. i. ror uinso woo are not, expecting to ileacu aimI wuu nie uui guuiK It also gives thru Collcgo nnd desire moro general education. the best gcncrnl education for thoso who wish a good start In study and expect lo carry it on by themselves. a . a 4th Door Berea's Normal School This gives tho best training for thoso who expect to teach. Courses are so arranged that young pcuplo can teach through the summer and fall and attend soliool through the winter and spring, thus earning money to keep right on in their courses of study, flead Dinsmoro's great book, "How to Teach a District School." -- 5th Door Berea's Preparatory Academy Course This is the straight road to College best training in Mathematics, Science, Languages, History and all preparatory subjects. The Academy is now Borea's largest department. 6th Door courses Berea College in all advanced subjects. This is tho crown of the whole Institution, and provides standard war conditions. For samo in Berea, but the finds itself now makes as wo have in the past the girls and $21.60 tn ?l.!4fj the expenses of tho boys, for tho year, but still leaves tho cost half Uial Sound liny Timothy, per ton, at other schools nnd "cheaper than staying at home." $'JS.7r.'!0.7f, nnd Muntl clover nnd mixed, ?2a,jri2S.',o. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental fee and room rent Oats No. 2 white Glr(Vic, stnml-ur- il by the term, board by the half term. Installments are as follows: white (KJ'jrOlc. No. 3 white !',i SPRING TERM 8S!c, mixed (ilC2V4c Expenses for Boys Butter, Eggs and Poultry. ACADKM VOCATIONAL AND SCHOOLS FOUNDATION rnt.LKClK ANDKIIRMAL Butter Whole milk creamery exft! c, centralized creamery ex- Incidental Fee tras Z 7.00 3 5.00 $ COO Ktc, firsts lOc. tras 5.00 Room 5.00 5.00 K;:gs Prime firsts 3tAc, firsts 304c, Board, 5 weeks 10.00 10.00 t. 10.00 Best pen consisting of i cock ajid I ordinary firsts .'He. 22.00 21.00 Amount due March 26, 1010 ... 20.00 Live Poultry Springers under 3 hens: 10.00 10.00 Board, 5 weeks, duo April 30. . 10.00 lb. 40c; fowls, 0 lbs nnd over, 33c; First: Mrs. R. C. Coomer, Speed- do 5 Ihs and over, 32c; roosters, 22c. well. Wi.OO '$32M Total for Term f 30.00 Live Stock. No second and third entries. Expenses for Girls Cattle Shipper: $13Q 10.50, butcher '. S 5.00 7.00 t COO steers, extra ?14f lo.!0; pood to choice Incidental Fee nc3t cock and A pullets: 5.00 5.00 $12GH. common to fair $"11.00, Room 5.00 First: Mrs. R. C. Coomer, Speed- heifers, e,tra $12'13, pood to choice Board, 5 weeks 8.75 8.75 8.75 well. .$llfill.7.r,, common to fair ia.MQIO, 20.75 19.75 18.75 . Amount duo March 26, 1919-Second: Mrs. J. II. Gentry, Speed- cows, extra $10Q11.50. 8.75 8.75 8.75 Board, 5 weeks, duo April 30.. well. Calves Kxtra $17, fair to good $11 l(J.7.r, common and large ?0S12. Third: Mrs. Luther Todd, Coylc. 128.50 '12950 Total for Term '$2750 Hogs Selected heavy shippers Best cock: flT.'.X), medium nnd mixed packers First: Win, Carl Hunt, Berea. $iu.ro??iT.7n, stags ?iofin.r,o, coiff- This docs not includo tho dollar deposit nor money for books or Secondf Mrs. J. II. Gentry, yion to choice heavy fat sows ?11 laundry. Corner rooms $1.00 more. v 10.2.". light shippers ?1415.75, pit' (111) lbs and le:) $10913. Special Expenses in Addition to Incidental Fee Business Sl.'-'T'O' Hay and Grain. A Temporary Ilalso in Board is forced by No. 3 twcnty-llv- o Corn No. 2 white Sl.Hrttf years the board has remained tho white ?1.:ir,1.."ti. No. 2 yellow $ZG1t IMS, No. !l yellow $!.:& 1.3(1, No. -- unusual situation in which the wholo country it impossible for us to live on the sumo money mixed Sl.IUfi l.:'(5, No. It mixed 1.1".). white enr ifl.10yi.l2, yellow ear Tills adds $15.00 to tho former expenses of ' 1f onP,-,,inl- 1,rn Ur- - f two-thir- ds Why the British Seaman has Boycotted ,le German for Seven Long Years By CAPT. EDWARD TUPPER. S Jon Uuoa When tho war broko out and tho authorities took 8,000 German sailors off British ships in British ports we insisted that they should not be treated as prisoners or as enemies. These men had been our shipmates. They were members of our union, many of them of five, ten, fifteen years' standing. Well, tho authorities turned them over to us with ill grace. Wo went surety for them and made them the guests of our union. We housed them, clothed them, fed them better than ever before in their lives. I was on Lord Kitchener's recruiting committee, and wherever I went to speak I was challenged as a Then came tho sinking of the Lusitania. These Germans broke forth in cheers. Then they began to sing :Die Wacht am Ilhein," "Deutschland ucber Alles," and well, they kept tho celebration up all night. Thero could not have been a wilder celebration in Berlin. Well, sir, we were awake at last. The next morning we went to tho authorities and said, "Take these creatures oil our hands." So we were rid of their care and company. All this time wo were of tho opinion that by treating theso German sailors as men and brothers wo would assure our own poor fellows decent treatment in German prisons. We did not. We soon learned that our men were being treated worso than any white man would treat a dog. Tho full story of their treatment can never be told in a newspaper. But even then wo were not bitter. We began to plumb it when reporte of outrages began to come in. All tho world kuows how tho crew of the Belgian Prince were lined up on tho deck of u and left to drown when she submerged. It does not know all the horrible stories of men shelled in open boats, of men and women and children, too, for that matter, cast adrift without food or oars or water. Wo ourselves do not know of nil. We know of tho orders "sink and leave no trace," and we know full well how thoroughly thoso orders were carried out. About this time we decided on tho boycott. Two years was tho term wo fixed, and wo gavo solemn warning that for every additional outrago wo would add a month. Seven years is tho total now tho prico wo demand for tho 17,000 of our members wo know the Germans murdered. The sea is a hard life, yet thoso who follow it love it. It is a clean lifo and a free life. It is a life for men and not for dogs, and bo far as lies in the British seamen's power, it will not be polluted by Germans. The boycott is not of our choosing. Would to God wo never had to consider, much less apply it. But it was forced on us when, against our wills, wo wero forced to realizo that, como what may, go what may, a Ilun is only a Hun. n. U-bo- at at Stenography and Typewriting $11.00 Bookkeeping (brief course) 11.00 Bookkeeping (regular course) 7.00 Business course for students in other departments: Stenography Typewriting, with one hour's 7.00 uso of instrument Com. Lnw Com. Geog, Com. 2.10 Arith or Penmanship, each.. 10-5- Fall II (12.00 12.00 mlrr ijrine 110.00 10.00 6.00 oiio-fdiir- th 0.00 9.00 7.50 5.00 1.50 6.00 1.80 In no case will special Business Fees exceed $15.00 por terra. All students do some woMc with their hands from six to six teen hours a week as janitors or in tho farm, carpenter shop, printing office, laundry, boarding hall, ofllce, 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 so. able-bodied three-quarte- rs for any young man or young woman to be rtiler for a course dur ing tho winter and spring terms. If it is impossible in school tho" full year, by all moans they should The public schools will close about Cliristmas and the toachcrs and advanced pupils should not bo idle through tho long winter months but should bo studying in Berea whero the best education can bo gotten for least money. Applicants must bring or send testimonial showing that thay an above 15 years old, in good health and ot good character. This may bi signed by some former Berea student in good standing or some rellabli teacher or neighbor. The use ot tobacco is strictly forbidden. For information or friendly advico write to the Secretary, MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Ky. DOMESTIC SERVICE PLANNED hums as clerlcnl work, trained niirslni: or other professions open to women. The homo assistant will work eight hours a iluy for u salary of $15 a week. She will not live In tho homo of her employer or tnkc lier meals there. She will liuvo an hour for itinrlieon, when she can go to a restaurant or eat a lunch which she bus brought with her Just as she would wero slio employed In n factory. COURSES Home-Maker Is to' Have Trained an Eight Hour Day and Stand ard Minimum Wage. Courses for training home assistants, who will go Into the home by the day, hour or week and work on a schedule ot hours and fixed wages, have been Inaugurated by the Young Women's Christian Association as u means for meeting the problem of domestic service. The object ot this course, now being tried out In New York City, Is to place domestic service on the sume dignified address the home worker Tho employer will not tfy her first name. She will he Miss Smith or Mrs. Ilrown, as the case may be. Applicants for the course nre carefully selected, and registrants are ap. pen ring In large numbers. With the same Independence as to rocreatlon perienced In working In munition fachours, places of eating and living as Ity standardizing has a tories. Is believed by domestic serv--Ic- e the factory girl, house-worThousands of aliens aro scoklng It the Young Wogreater appeal, as being a less monotomen's Christian Association that a permission to lcavo Canada, at thoir nous and more Interesting work to the higher type of worker may be at- own oxpenso, and rolurn to their average woman. course Is a thorough one In plain tracted to the necessarr work la homes. natlvo places in Europe. The n. k table and door, FRUIT MEN FOR U. S. RULE sewing, enre of menus nnd the of light things. Head of California Exchange Makes Plea for Federal Control at Heavy work Is to be done by outxlile Chicago. On graduation the student workers. receives a certificate which proves her Chicago, Fob. awThe deslroblMty qunllflcatlnn as a dependable home worker cnpable of attending to all ordi- of government supervision of trnlllc In foodstuffs will be thrashed nut nt nary duties In a home. The Young Women's Christian Asso- the American Fruit nnd Vegetable ciation has been Interested In tho prob- Shipper' nssoclntlon convention nt lem of domestic servlco both from the Hotel Sherman. Kxperlenco during tho standpoint ot the employee nnd from war, It 'is said, has developed In the "food Includes which that of the employer for some yenrs. usooclatloii, The first commission on Household kings" who virtually control the fruits Employment mado Its report nt the nnd vegetable business, a strong sentiTho fifth national convention of the Young ment for federal supervlhlon. Women's Christian Association held In lender of thlH sentiment Is O. Harold Los Angeles, Cal., In May, 101.1. Powell, head of the California I'rult The dllllcultlesif attracting capable (rowers' exchange. During tho war women In this field of work were Inld Mr, Powell wits llrst assistant to Herto the long hours, lack of Independence bert Hoover In the food ndmlnlstru-tloIn arranging recreation hours, lack of Ho told the other "fruit kings" opportunities for growth nnd progress that federal supervision Is desirable, and lack of social standing. Mr. Powell declared that millions of nirls hnve acquired a distaste for dollars' worth of fond spoil annually the conditions which govern household while producers and receivers wrangle. work since the freedom they have ex- cooking waiting on chamber work, pluln children, making of washing anil Ironing February 27, 1010. the citizen Page 8ovn Everyone has read about tho drive tho Hun started herd July 14, and REQUISITIONED SHIPS days. I had my enmcra wiih mo know the results. Tho 3rd Division DAWESE BALLARD liii t II yns very cloudy all tlio was in the midst of it and mado a Tlio following letter was recently RETURNED TO OWNERS recoived by Mr. and Mrs. Hallnrd tlmo I wan there, so I nm afraid my namo for themselves of which wo aro all proud. from their son who Is with naval pictures will not Ire very good. On July 29, my division was rebought, lots of post cards and will forces in KranCo: ASSUME OLD REGISTRY A8 THEY (Hf llev I" II KITSSWATKIL I). D send a lot of them home. Hut tlio lieved and drawn back in the rest (Conducted by th National Woman's ARRIVE IN PORT Tmrlifr of Khtilsh llltile In Uia Moody U. S. Naval Forces in France, pictures don't look a tenth as good nrca, and hero wo received our reChristian Temperance Union.) llltit Institute of ClilrnKo.) ANNOUNCES NEW PLAN placements, which wcro mostly U. S. S. Ilrldgcport, I Ul KVpyrlfM, Wraltra ,Nfrif I'nlna.t ns tlio real thing. Whilo I was CHRISTIAN TEMPERANCE WAR December 17, 1018. there tlio King and Queen of Del from Iho liOlh Infantry (formerly WORK. My dear parents: glum carnc and I got lo ccc tlicm tho 2rul Kentucky), and some of LESSON FOR MARCH 9 The Woman's Christian Temperance I Kin's you will bo surprised to n Would be bard to say what was them wero from ny homo county. America To Pay Owners For Use of Union Is carrying on IIh wnr work, not Tonnage, While Financial Losses ' Leaving tho rest area wo wcro in H'nt nm on the Ilridgeporl the most beautiful placo 1 visited, JOSHUA, PATRIOT AND LEADER. ns a side Issue, ns tunny Will De Made Good Agreement outsiders reserve at St. Mlhiel, tho first all seem to think, hut ns on exigent and now. The Drayton sailed for the but i ,Unk it was the Church of Ends Dispute With Holland. I.KHflON TKNT-Jos1:14. Intensive pnrt of Its regular progrntn. .Stales yesterday morning and I was .Voir,. i).imo ,,r u,0 Trocadcro Palace American nllack, and as wo already (lUI.DI'.N TKXT-l- le strong and of "I never knew the Woman's Christian Iraiisfcrred off her the day before.' After I came back from Paris the know it wns crowned with success. Western Newspaper Union News Service. oo.) cmnuge -- Josliun 1:9 ADDITIONAL MATKIUAI. Jostius Temperance Union did Hint kind of I he Hrldgrport Is tlio baso ship for Drayton made two mail trips lo In this drive wo liberated hundreds Washington. Dutch ships requisi1:101.17, t 13 15 work," salt! n cluli woiunn nt n con- the destroyers and pays ihem nil.' Plymouth. England. Tlio Plymouth of tho pcoplo who had been held as I'ltlMAItV TOIMC-- A itory of it l.rnve tioned by the American (Jovcrmncnt ference held for the purpou! of correMemory V'rse Joshua I.S, lender - hnvo "'en t I'nris, as I believe I Colony of America camo from there, prisoners of wnr in Germany, and during the wnr and now operated by (lie rlnlil lead, lating the governmental departments, Jt'NIOIt TUrlC-Kolt- ow "icniioiipu in my llttlo nolo I wroio r believe. It was n nice place, and tins was my first timo to sco so klhc Shipping Hoard will ha returned 1:7, !. er Memory Vrrw-DeIndustries and women's organizations TOPIC-Wh- en INTKIIMUDIATK to I tho inili. It certainly was a line' g00d Umo there, but it many people who had been in bond bail unconditionally to Holland as rapidly which have heen doing Ainerlninlza-Hobrut age for so long, and from tho ex- as they reach American ports at the trip, and was worth the money And, can't compare with Paris. work, She learned with outpression on their faces they were conclusion of their present voyages. The book of Josliun I n lilstiiry of spoken surprise Hint for iniiny years n great deal more. While I was "Lovingly, proud to get back under French rule. This announcement wns mado by the tlio cniupiest of I In- - prnml'cd laud mill the Woman's Christian Tenipernnce tncro I asked a . .M u. A. man iff Dawcso Hallard. III niMirtlniiiiit'iit among the tribes Uijlon had heen looking after the Imm- ho knew Mr. II. K. Taylor. Tho "Y" From this sector wo wcro re- Wi.r Trade Hoard, which has nn agreeof Israel. II lakes lift mime frniii IIh igrant nt ports of entry, In Jnllx, hos- man s.nlil ho know? n Mr. 'Pnvlnr J moved lo tho Argonnc Forest, tho ment on the subject with the Shipping SERGEANT GROSS During pitals nml courts, hnd Issued traveling principal character .luhuo. hut didn't know his initials. Ho Nlckcnich, Germany. last and hardest battle of tho war. Board. The Dutch ships were seized llii- - wilderness Jmiriii'y lie wns Mues' cards, puhllxlied nml illstrihutcd edu- described I am not able to describe tlio In American ports hist March "0 by him as "tho man with tho 20 January, 1919. minister, nml captain of Ids nriny. cational literature In ninny languages, scenes I saw and experienced in order of President Wilson, nctlng In sunny face." That was all the de- Dear friends: When Mixes was denied the privilege conducted temperance columns In for , It looked as though the war emergency. There were 87 scription he gave me, hut told mo No doubt it will bo interesting lo this sector. of going over llii' Jordan, Jnliiin win elgn language papers, mid appointed lit the leadership of Ihtiu'I. In divers ways with the public schools how lo find him. I knew from that sonic of you lo know the armv ex ono could not live for any length of the vessels, with an aggregate ol Ilelllg XII lollg fllllllftll IIS II Servant. In the work of preparing the children description that ho must bo the man periences of one of the many Dcrca of time, shells were bursting everyIV!!),000 dead weight tons, but several Only of many untions for American citizen he In now iiinliili'il to rule. I knew, so I hunted him up, nnd boys, who has taken part in this where, machino gun bullets ebming of them were destroyed by enemy acthose who have themselves learned In ship. She learned further that the sure enough it was. Ho is it) chargn great conflict. I enlisted May 3rd, from all directions, poison gas, apd tion or storms whllu In the service of obey lire III lo rule. Alices, the Woman's Christian Temperonco of a largo part of tho Y. M. C. A.j 1917, taking the Coast Artillery for everything that was destructive. I the fruited .States. Under the agreeof tin- - Inw, brought Israel to Union Ix with the womwork in France. His duly is the my clioicu of the many branches of have seen dead men in piles, shells ment renched will? the Dutch ship own- tlic borders of Ciiliniin. .Ijiliu:i win an's division of the lullcd States deers vessels destroyed nre to bo reI had not been in this make direct hits on men and blow (tie mini chosen to li'inl t lie people lulu partment of labor In securing employ- (Placing or tlio ililTcrenl . M. C. A.J service. by money or by ships, nt placed linen in tho position they are lo' branch of service yet two months them Into thousands of pieces, but optlois either Dutch owners, nnd libment for women nml girls and with the place of rest. The inline ".juhun" of the in the face of all this the Americans thus (he Mime ilvrlrutluii ns Hie mime other governmental agencies for the occupy, nnd there were a dozen or when I found out that tlio kind of eral rates for the use of the vessels ""Jesus." The law (Motes) was our welfare of women workers. were allowed. Innre waiting (o see him when Iarmy life I wajitcd was not to bo continued to advance. ..... ... . I I j iik ox a.. jurist . ji"innii!tier in i,i In this sector sonio of my best These and oilier lines of Work so Im- railed, but when lie learned that ijhad in the branch I had chos.cn. io There was no information ns to the (.'hrlxt (our Joshua) Iiiih given ui portant during nnd after the wnr have lull was there, he put them all off and. On an order form tho "War De- friends were killed and wounded. exact number of the ships that had tlctory nml rest. heen n long time specialized In Worn railed mo in. Wo had .1 nico lilHej parlmenl" I transferred lo thn On October 21st, I was wounded in been lost or whether payment would I. Joshua's Call (1:1.'.'). nn's Christian Temperancu Union demy right arm by a machine gun be In money or In American tonnnge. Moses, tiod's servant, Ix ileml. tint partments, xo that no new machinery talk ami ho invited mo back lo, tako Infantry and was sent to Gcttys-supp- er bullet, and sent to a base hospital The Wnr Trade Hoard's announcement with him that night. Of burg, Pennsylvania, hns heen required to carry on the Im(Jod's work niiixt go on. lie continues said the release of the craft had been in Paris. course i went. He certninly seemed Hero' I went into camp life, and his work hy milium others to tnke It mense amount of war work being done decided upon because the war emerI was not confined to a hospital glad lo see me, and I know I was began to drill in earnest as only hy the 20.000 local units. up. though lie buries til h workers. gency hnd passed nnd because of the JnMiun no ili'iilil, nos xorrowful over glad to soo him. Another time I doughboys do. My regiment (Sth ward very long, so with my arm in wish of the hoard to return ships and the loss of tils iniixter. hut there Is no A CANKER'S TESTIMONY. was walking down tho street and. Inf.) was camped on tho historic a sling, I would go out every day trade to normal channels and condiReturn C. C Parks, vice president of the met a party including an English "Hattlcflcld of Gettysburg" and on for sight seeing trips in Paris. This tions ns quickly ns possible. time for mourning. The best wiiy to conclucure our grief nml wirrcmn Is to tnke First National hank, Denver, Colo., lady" and her son. The boy vessels will mark was; the spot where Pickett mado his city is said to be tho most beautiful of theso protracted discussionthenhd proup courageously the hunleiix nml says the majority of business men 'in tlio world, and I have no right to sion of oerhans twelve vcars old. and was famous but fnlal nlmrco. which our lenilers lime have realized the evils of Indispute; it whatsoever, for it is cer- cedure relntlng to the question, which began soon nfter the United States enInhl ilnvvn. temperance, hut they were fearful that dressed like an American sailor.) In, our drills and marches, our tainly beautiful. tered the wnr. When President WilII. Cod Renews His Promise of the a rndlcal change In the laws would re- She" asked me lo show tho hoy how officers would explain lo us the lac- While in Paris I saw many ancient son Issued n proclamation on July 0, I had tics and different positions of tho sult In destruction of property values a sailor tied his neckerchief. Land to Israel (1 :.l, 4). I visited 1017, authorizing nn embargo on ship- The promixo hint hern nmile to and throw large numbers of men out miitc a conversation, and learned armies who took part in this, great and historical things. The results of prohi- What the man with her, whom I pre- - battle, the battle which marked tho Xapoleon's tomb, Eiffel tower, somo nicnfs of essential materials to all Abraham, Imiiic, of employment. nml renewed to Jncoh mill JliiS'i. It In now renewed bition have proved their fenrs were un- some was her husband, was a Mr. turning point of tlio. Civil Wnr, and of the largest and oldest churches countries, many Dutch ships were In they either had to Ixrni'l when they ure nliout to en- founded, lie says: to be at Hot is counted one of the world's great in (he world, the sight of the Bastilc, American ports, nnd to "I llvefl In n wet city up until the Jackson who used ter iimiii It k iMisxe.HxIon. The borders the plaeo so famous in the French loaded or were ready load materials f Springs, X. C. He was in a Y. M. C. est battles. against which the embargo wns of the hind were quite large (r. t) time the stnte went dry. and have He was pastor of the; Ono of llic many tilings particu- - Revolution, tho homo of Victor known tiiiiny men engaged In A. uniform. "from the wilderness nml this Hugo, tho Arch of Triumph that interesting Permission for the eeii unto the great river, the the Ihpior business. The mnjorlty of Presbyterian church at Hot Springs larly exact spot to mo was seeing Napoleon had built in honor of his part was denied, nnd vessels to desoon afterward I can't tho where President KuphnUesnll the In ml of the them have gone Into other occupations in 1900, I think he said. river lllttltex, nml unto the great sea to- nnd have told me they nre doing bet- begin to tell you of all the things I Lincoln stood when ho made his armies, and I also walked up and Holland wns Informed why the Amerter than under former conditions. The saw in Paris. There aro dozens of famous "Gettysburg Address," ono down tho streets on which Benjamin ican Government hnd declared the. wn ril the going down of the sun, shall lie jour const." The lien rest It was mnjorlty of men engaged In the saloon linn boulevards as wide as half a of the greatest pieces of literature Franklin and Thomas Jefferson lived embargo, nnd naked to furnish detailed Information as to her needs for food, ever xisiseil wnx during the reigns business would vote 'dry' If the Issue dozen American streets. Ono of the! in tho world. whilo they wcro in Paris. fodder and raw materials. In the folof David mid Solomon, though not then were to come before the people again. I was in Paris the day the armisIlnest of theso is called Champs While in Gettysburg I was made .Many owners of property voted" 'wet' lowing October the Netherlands. Govfully realized. This country hiIII wec"k I taught tice was signed and never before ernment sent n commission to the to the Jews, and In :d'x own fenrlng there would be n large number Klysees (donf try to pronounce it Corporal, and each havo I seen so many pcoplo so Joy- United Stntes to negotiate an economic of vncnnt buildings which would for it doesn't sound liko it is spell- - English to tlio men in my company e time thej hhall imlkm'Ss It. Their property vnlues. This fenr ed It is a mile and a half long, who were not able to read and write ful at one lime, their happiness was agreement. possession of this hind wax due supreme, and thoy wero sure enough entirely to themxelvex. Cod promised nlso lias been unfounded. Landlords atiil has trees on both sides except our language. them, that wherever their feet xet very generally do not desire to return at cross streets, about ilfleen feel In October of the samo year all celebrating tlio ending of tho war. All this Is well to old conditions. The American T. W. C A. has openOn tho Placo of the Concorde there uMn the laud It wax theirs. If they people because there apart. I think thero is a captured tlio troops stationed at Gettysburg ed n Hostess House In Germany, which Jtnown to all our fill lc I to secure liossesslon It was ngttntlon whatever to bring ttie German gun in every space between wcro removed to Camp Greene, were two statues erected to the will scire as a residence house nnd they failed to chilni It. We Is no matter before the people again. If Irees on both sides. At tho Place Charlotte, N. C, whero our drill honor of Lillo and Strassburg, but social center for Amerlcnn women war would nil enjoy larger blessing If there Is any ngttntlon nt all It Is only do Concorde which is a big square .would not he slackened on account had been covcrcil in black crapo workers who have advanced to do canwe would chum theuf. hy some of the 'dry' people who wnnt nt ono end of Champs Klysees, thero of cold weather. Our army had be (supposed to bo iri mourning) sinco teen, Red Cross nnd Slgnnl Corps work III. God's Presence Promised to to make the stnte even more dry more, and one Gcr-- J gun to organize machine gun battal-ma- n thoso places wero lost to Ger with the Army of Occupation. Joshua (1 ft). The abolish- are hundreds than It Is nt presvnt. tank. Thero aro all sizes, from, ions, and hero in this camp soon many in 1870. When tho armistico JoxIiiiii wiih entering upon n mt1I-oment of the saloon has not brought was signed tho .crowd (or mob) find you and tho family in good mid dlllleiilt enterprise, hut tlio about perfect conditions In Colorado, about nu inch and a half diameter after arrival I was transferred to Lord I. til iih he wax with Moses ho but there Is no doubt that It has been up lo six inch guns. There are tlio 8th M. G. nn. This branch ,of rushed at thoso statues and tore health. would he he with him. The dlllHul-tle- s n long step In advance." Well, I hopo you had a flno service I consider ono of tho great tho crape away and decorated them hundreds of German "minne-wer-fere: hefure est in our army, or today with flowers. From every window Christmas. I had a good timo for lo ten-infrom four-ino- h 1. The Jordan river (v. 2). It was WHEN THE WOI1LD GOES DRY. It is only mado up of tho best typo hung tho flag of all tho Allied Na tho placo wo aro in. I had a lino sizos. Thero used to be a great now at Itx Hood (3:15). making It numbers In many more than there aro now, of men, and I am proud to belong tions, and everywhere ono could dinner Christmas. I will tell you Tliy totUr to thlr fsll-T- lie for armies to cross. hear "Vivo la France," and "Vivo la what wo had for dinner, the first s walls ami ferti and but they aro in other parts of to an organization liko that. 'J. In the hind the "people tere livOf OM Klnit Alrohol! thing wo Jiad was mashed potatoes, Camp Grecno was an assembling Amcriquc." Paris now. Tlio French celebrate ing In walled cities. Notwithstanding Oh, utiere In all ths nation In Paris I also saw all tho rulors creamed carrots, "roasted beef, applo thlx, Cod's help Injured success. (I) American holidays now tho samo camp for troops going overseas, and fly. for comfort snail Ami chrr and consolation. "I will not fall thee nor forsake line." as Hie Americans do themselves, so we soon began to prepare for our of all the Allied countries, tho Kings pie, oranges and all kinds of nuts. dry? When tho worlil-tw- w "There shall not any man he aide K ') Wo wero placed in tlio of England, Belgium, and Italy, the I suro did appreciate that dinner. Day tho Paris journey. on Thanksgiving lo stand hefure thee." CD "Ah I IVrhnp th rye that's clrurer police were ortlercd to let tho peo-p- lo 3rd Division (Heg.), and started Presidents of tlio United States and In tho evening wo had a moving Can sr a finer esrth; wax wllh Moscx. so I will lie with "France. picturo show at tho Y. M. C A. havo n good time. In tholr en- overseas, March 25, 1018. Perhaps the hruln more nearly eajx I lice." After spending a very merry Can understand Its worth. Our journey across tho Atlantic thusiasm tho Frenchmen rolled tho I don't boliovo I told you where IV. Conditions of Blessings in the The ear can hear more lauRhter big guns all over Paris, and many was uneventful, although tho ship's Christmas in Paris I returned to my wo landed when wo camo across. Land (1 :tll) When fewer children cry division which is now keeping Twill dry some tears hereafter I. "He NtroitK mid of a bimhI courage" of them were left on oilier streets. gun crows fired soiuo eight or nino Wo landed at Bordeaux, France, tho When all the world eoea dryl 1 (r. (I). mlxxlou was to ko In and boarded right near the Eiffel shots at what they thought might watch on tho Rhino. Wo boys are 3th day of May. Wo wcro thlrtocn divide the hind iiiiioiik the trllicx for Thero was very proud that our divisions wcro days on tho way over, and had a We'll find the burled treasure Tower, which for a long timowas bo submarines. chosen to help form tho "Army of Thnt'a Just outside the door; Cod could not hlexx mi Inherllmiee. Vo had a llttlo tlio Highest tower in tlio world, i liltlo seasickness among the boys, for nico trip across. And f shall see sublimity him If he xfiould play the coward. go up on it for it is used tho fact that wo camo on tho "Aqui-tania- ," Occupation," but now that tho war troublo witli two submarines, thoy We never siw before. couldn't 'J. L'nwnverlni! ohedlence to the And Joy shnll wed with duty tlio second largest boat afloat is over wo will bo prouder still to nltackcd us tho tenth day out, but for a wireless tower and is guardAnd earlh shall touch the sky word of Cod (v. 7). Mn u laud of be thrilled with beauty ed by Soldiers. I saw tho Grand anil tho waves had very littlo effect roturn home. We'll all wo got thorn all right and madoNt Idolatry It requires much couniuu to " When all the world -- noes -- dry I I liko army lifo all right and sinco novo which is tlio biggest ferris on her. ohey the true Cod. The prosperity across tho pond. I got a littlo I enlisted I havo tried lo mako tho safe On tho ninth dav wo arrived at bo at and Kood xuccexx wiih conditioned sick tho fifth day out but soon got NO CONGREGATION TO PREACH wheel in the world. It must upon unswerving ohedlence to (Jod'x least 300 feet high. I went up in Liverpool, England, and "there took best of everything that camo my over It. TO. way. Onco I havo been recommend coiiuniinils, In nil hlx work he must "For the first time In years there it and got tho best view of Paris train lo Southampton, whero wo ed I was in tho lines from tho first for tho Officers' Training School conform hlx life lo the law of Cod. were no prisoners In the chapel for stayed for threo days, in this town mat can no nan iroin any piaco To pass from (hit piith outlined there- services on a recent Sunday,"' reported and twico I havo been transferred of September until tho Armistico Eiffel Tower. It turns very I saw the houso whero tho Pilgrim was signed. I will tell you about in would hrliiK dlxaxler and ruin. In a Concord (N. II.) paper, referring to besides met and planned their Jour- back to tho Slates as a Sergeant in my experiences with Iho Dutchmen order to nccompllxli this Ihu law of the Merrimack county farm, of which slowly and you get a plendid view. Fathers sfructor in a machino gun school, the must conxtuiitly ho In his the house of correction Is a part. 'The I visited Napoleon's Tomb, tho ney lo tho New World, whero thoy and Just nfter each recommenda- In their air piano. Thoy wcro very mouth. He wax to meditate therein chaplain," It continued. 'Jls bemoaning churches Madelelno and Nolro Dame, could bo free rfnd equal and worship tion tho Uocho would start some- activo with them, but beliovo mo day and nlclil. If we are to prosper the fact that his congregation has de- Iho oiitsido of Iho Louvre, tho most God according to tho dictates of thing and I would return to tho wo suro did mako it hard for them In our Christian experience there parted for other fields. When the par- fnmous art museum in tho world. their own conscience when they camo over us. Wo wero must hu thai regular and reverent son raises his voice In solemn warning (Tho inside was closed during tho Southampton wo went to front. From My e.xperienco has been n great lining up for dinner when a high study of (iod'H Word. Joshua renof the wrath that Is to be visited upon wnr on account of tho German Havre, France, and from thence wo explosive camo over and lilt in ders prompt ohedlence. He did not the wayward, It echoes buck from vatook (rain to tho interior of that ono to mo, and ono I shall nover amongst us. Our company camo stop to cuvll. hut at once cuve orders cant walls. Since the prohibition law shells. Tho famous paintings wcro forget. I am glad that I had an opIt is country, to n little villago near for the inarch. Cod made the plan went Into effect the first of last May all put away underground. my country and out lucky, wo only lost about a novV.) I visited which was to bo our last training portunity to servo ami Kave the directions. Ills respun-slhllltnumber of prisoners ha gradually probably open by the now I want to sco tho timo come dozen men. Thero were seven out was to c forward without dropped off until nt tho present time tho gnrdens of Tuilcries, tho Palais grounds before wo went into tho when I can return to my friends of my platoon got knocked off buts douhtlns, taking possession of the InIt seems as though the days of the Uoyal and Hon Marcho which aro lines. I suro got out lucky, never oven heritance. county fnrm are numbered." two of tho most famous stores in) About a week after our arrival and home, whero I can put to tho got a scratch. I was in tho second tost my experience with Undo Sam. llm ttri1i1 'flirt Tlnn .,., .. fnri'1iA .(a Ibe hero I was promoted lo Sergeant ,f ...... IIIU bailie, of tho Lorraine Front, which ,.. . -Sincorcly, Sacrifice. 14 I 1.1 DOUGHNUTS FOR THE DOUGHinrgesi renin bidiu hi 11.. worm, it and sent to n machine gun school iiio A work that requires no sacrifice Sgt. Benjamin V. Gross, you havo read about in tho paper. BOYS. is said. I saw tho Aro do Triumph, for ono. month, whero I studied tho does not count for much In fulfilling Tho 147th Infantry which I was Co. B, 8th M. G. Bn, What the Itcd Cross women who go God's plans. Hut whut Is commonly abroad oujht to know Is how to mke tho Church SI. Jacques, Iho Troca-dor- o mechanism and tactical employment Amox. Forces. in at tho beginning wcro all wiped Palace, tho Grand Palais, tho of tlio machino gun. culled sacrifice. U tho best, happiest doughnuts nnd leach It to the enmpa out in tho Argonno Woods. I guess use of oiie's self and one's resources In May, 1018, tho 3rd Division Not everybody cun tunke a doughnut. Petit Palais, tho Cluny Art Musoj you havo read about that too. I was HUBERT FLANERY the best Investment of time, strength, It would be Infinitely better If bnlf a (Museum), 1 Onera (moaning was ordered into tho lines at suro lucky to got out of tho Inud means. He who makes no such million dollars were spent on dough Co. D, 1st A. M. O. Bn, In this now famous tho br Tho Opora), ono of fantry. I ate my Thanksgiving dinsacrifice Is most to ho pitied. He Is o nuts for tho hoys than If there was A. E. F, buildings in Paris. town I was on guard for ono week heathen because he knows nothing of Hint much laid out for tobacco and most beautiful ner in tho trenches. I will closo Noidant, Franco. All thoso places aro very beautiful with four machino guns, and here Cod. Samuel Chapman Armstrong. for this thno for it Is getting cold. chewing gum. Doughnuts are a real and historic but they don't begin I spent my 1th of July. Tho Hoclio My dear mother: enjoyment ; not a Write mo a long letter. With boit but occupied half tho I will write you a letter today as Thy Friend. something that graces tho soul and to toll what I saw. I don't think I at this timo still wishes, Your loving son, Make not thy friend too cheap to makes the blood tingle In the capil- will over enjoy myself so much In town, which was on tho opposite I am well and happy and in tho best tiiee, nor thyself to thy friend. Fuller. laries. Ohio State Journul. of health, and hope this letter will Hubert V. Flanory. flvo days again as I did In thoso flvo sido of tho Marno river. WFBOVED UntrOIN WTEMATIOm SIMTSOIOOL Lesson Soldiers' and Sailors' Letters WAR-BOAR- D 1 hus - ul. n j rcpre-scntntl- ,.... -! 9 , . j l.eli-iiuoi- j n? ' get-tin- I , : is s" lilm-wer- ch any-orm- it aallr-port- ('-- 11 m y ..,.! 1 Lo-op- ry. ' make-believ- Pago Eight T11K CITIZEN I'cbruary 27, 1010. Chester Is visiting her sister, Mrs. Sargent and Miss While of Ilorea Doctor Weldler of Ilorea Hobarl Williams. A letter from College. Hubert Flanery on pogo seven will Collcgo will preach at Illuo Lick be of Interest to his many friends. church next Sunday, March 3. Our soldier hoys ore returning to Island City Wo are their homes. Island Cily. Fefi. It). Tbo Spartan-lik- o enjoying the' beautiful sunshine mothers who gave their sons n tearpuUUIicd unlcm (Ignnl In full br h writer. Th nam No eoiwpon.lrncc again at Ibis writing. F. 0. and less farewell for fear of weakening It not for publication, but a an etl.lenre of ro.l faith. Write plilnly. Sheridan Pojors railed on the Itev. tholr courage for war now greet A. I). Iliiwman on business today. them with 'cars of Joy and entwine neighborhood joins in wishing them JACKSON COUNTY Fred Peters was lately discharged their brows with wreaths of rose 11. L. happiness thnfjgh life. mary ami bay, til emblem for tlu Green Hall K. II. Overly, dis from the army. Wo am Shaw and wife visited his mother. trict superintendent, cnlled for the victorious hero. Tbero Is somo Orecn Hall, Fob. irf having some real winter wenlhor Mrs. Mary E. Shaw, last Sunday.-- A Rev. A. I). HowniRn, our pastor, l thing elevating and ennobling in man hy the name of Helton from meet him at Barbourvillo Thursday having lived through tho war, and now, with quite a little snowfall-Olayt- on llolhrook returned from Ilockcalle county has. moved to lo engage in a group meeting which also something necessarily tragical. Wo. aro will last until 10:00 o'clock Thurs- Life is keener, color more vivid, and army life last week. We welcome C C McClure's place. Mrs. Rebecca Gentry, growth more rapid, principles have him bark because bis pleasant smile having some real nice winter day night. Success to The Clllzen wife of Frank Oenlry, Is in poor been tested, pretenses dissolved. nml speedy tongue are his good weather. health at present. lleber Wilson of Horen and its many readers. The regular The dividing barriers of selfishness asset?. College made a business Irlp home meeting days al Bingham Chapel at e have been razed, and in their stead ESTILL COUNTY on the 3rd Saturday night and Sun-- 1 a common patriotic passion of hope, tbo last of the week. W. N. Hughe Iron Mo'und day of each month. It Is reported1 purpose, and endeavor. Wo have a is now making Hour in bis new mill Irond .Mound, Feb. 21. The flu that two oil drills have been laved common interest in our common and folks will not have to go so far is slill in our midst. The ten off at Itlamay recently which are 'effort foi deliverance and Iblnk and wait so long for grinding. Dr. II. A. Hughes was recently dis- month old bnby of Alva Puckctt expected to be brought to our place' the greater humanity will be nobler We call on The, nnd larger hearted for ages lo come. charged from the army and is plan- died (he Ifilh. and his wife has been n lltllelater on. lc ning on locating near Sturgeon. A dongorously sick, but is improving Citizen lo assist us in all our laud- - and oil lives worth living will The entire com undertakings and we waul lo.pand from the small clrcumscrlbwl good doctor is needed very much to at (bis writing. fill the vacancy of Doctor Mabaffey munity is in sympathy with Oeorgo fret urn our thanks for all favor thine limitations of domestic circles Into Palton and wife over tbo los of in our behalf. grand orbits. The ships arc dully who U now living in Itlcbmond. Andy I'ierson, the new merchant, Is their son. Charley, aged 20 year, bringing home from foreign shoros Charley was a I,. M. who died recently. LEE COUNTY having a fair trade now. priceless argosies of our troops, but Beattyvlllo Cook is improving slowly from an nice young man and. "had many do we realize that the ship's coin- W. F. Fielder ship-lie- d Bealtyville, Fob. Sain Brad-jpan- y attack of neuritis which caiigbl friends here. have won the (lolden Fleece 2.1 baskets of tobacco o Lexingley who recently returned from the of Peace anil Liberty, and are briug-arm- y Bobby Cook is him last summer. Mrs. .1. W. Sparks left last Monday for Illinois' ing it hither. Moreover, President wanting to sell his farm near flreen ton the 18th. visited her daughter, Mrs. Iloss Jor- for a few days on business. Hall. Sam Herndon of Turin passThe Wilson, Ihe grent Apostle of Lib-LFiscal Court was in session erty, has been "over there" ed through here Sunday on his way dan, at I.eegibson. Saturday night Fred Will of Clark .days last week, making set- - pounding the principles loud enough Kmma and Sunday. Jiome from Welchhurg. K. McCollum has been sick for was in hero last week buying shoats. tlement with the Sheriff, Jailer, and for all the nations or the earth lo Superintendent of Schools. the past, few days but is now The' bear that nevermore shall the strong CLARK COUNTY up again. oil development in (his county is oppress Ihe weak in regard lo revo-fMrs. H. E. Evan Log Lick has been visiting her children who poller than ever; new wells lutions of nations. The same Log Lick, Feb. 21. William are in school at Annville for tbo in every day, and new will also apply to domestic past lwoveeks. Mrs. J. E. Wilson Lowecf sold bis little farm hore rilory being opened up for drilling.! circles. Horn to the wife of Carlos otlcnded. church at Providence containing 20 acres, to Hon Stone Helen unill, III lllf HIIIU. til .IllUgl' Johnson a line daughter Charley Puckctt James P. Adams who is now in Marguerite. for $2,000. cash. church. Island City, Sunday. Flotida, there was no .Circuit Court1 Harvo Lucas lost three members of sold a line lot of shoats to Winchesin ter parties last Thursday for 117: held here last week. his famly with B. N. Lute' WILSON GIVEN HEARTY less than a week. The family has cents per pound. Aunt Lucy Bush, left here Monday after a six weeks'! WELCOME HOME (Continued rrom Pib One) the sympathy of the entire com- an old colored and respected wom- visit in this county, for his homo in munity. Mr. Lucas bad a son an of this place, died lat week of Bozema. Montana. Farmers are "Supposo wo sign the treaty of wounded in the battle of Chateau-Thierr- y the flu, ami was buried here. W. A. now taking advantage of this warm. peace and that it is the most satis- who is now hack in the Matberly and family will move to nice weather, and are beginning to! factory treaty of peace that the con- States. Ho was homo on a furlough Winchester, March the 1st. Mr. rarm over llie county. fusing elements of the modern world Matberly has accepted a position during tbo family's sickness.. will afford, and go home and think with Mocb & Co., wholesale For Town MADISON COUNTY about our labors; we will know that Robert McKinney, who Influenza is Fox Town, Feb. 22. w have left written upon Hie bis- Coyle still raging and the following poc-p-lo recently bought the M. B. Eubank Coyle. Feb. 20. We are having loric table al Versailles, upon which have died from it recently: S. II. farm near here, made a business some very nico weather at present.! Vergennes and Benjamin Franklin Judd, merchant and post master of trip to Ross' Creek, Estill comity,, The farmers are busv nlowimr arid wrote their names, nothing but a Talt Eubank a.nd fam gelling ready to burn tobacco beds modern scrap of paper; no nations Wind Cave; Mack Moore, another last week. merchant; Barney Moore, his bro- ily will move to a farm he recently Mrs. Cecil Hendrix of Irvine visit- united lo defend it. no great forces ther; Shade Fox. fon of Mr. and Mrs. bought at Baker Station, about the ed her parents here last Saturday combined to make it good, no assurMiss Pearl Christo O. W. Fox; and one of Orville Fox's 1st of March. W. O. Todd's folk ance given toibe downtrodden anil and Sunday. children; also one oNJ. C. McKin-noy- 's pber of near Spout Spring died Feb have had measles but are able to bo fenrful people of the world that they children. .las. H. Webb of ruary 17 of the flu, and was burled be out again. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh shall be safe. Any man who think Drip Hock has been in this vicinity near her homo the following day. Murray of Rogersville have moved that America will lake part in givCorn is selling here at $8.00 per into the bouse vacated by Willie ing the world any such rebuff and the past week visiting relatives. Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Mack Morris, barrel, and hard to And nl that Mundy. We are glad to have them disappointment as that does not Tbero are several new for neighbors. tbo 17th Inst, twin boys. Tliey price. Mrs.. A. W. Winkknow America. were both dead and- - were buried families in this part who have the ler of Speedwell visited Mrs. MilPleasant flu; about two dozen new cases. It lard Winkler of this place Wednesin the Steele- cemetery. "Think of the picture, think or M. Rose passed here a few days ago looks to us that it will be a long day. E. B. Warford lost a good the utter blackness that would fall Ho had Influenza from time yet before we will have it banfor home. Mr. and Mrs. mule last week, which he died since. He bad been ished. The people of Clark county James Todd and little son, Elmo, on the world. America has failed! Ebb have paid tax on over 2.100 dogs up returned to their home in Illinois America made a little essay at genat work in the oil fields. J. M. Elkin has after a throe weeks' visij. with erosity and then withdrew. America Webb is still at work In the flranny to this date. 'We are your friends.' but it Richardson Springs oil Held. Ho bought N. B. Devary's farm near friends and relatives. Miss Clara said: not for reports aJot of sickness influenza here for 5,000.00. Powell and mother havo been very was only for today, America said: 'Here is our S,-IFox and son, and measles. poorly willi lagrippe for tho past right,' and then OWSLEY COUNTY J. I). Fox. have returned from Ham- -j week. Several of the people in power to vindicate (,'onkling the next day said: 'Let right take ilton, 0., whero they have been at this vicinity attended the sale of Conkling, Feb. 22. care of itself and wo will take care Jamos Barret work. J. B. Fox bed a working Warford Tuesday. army Tuesday, returned from the of ourselves.' America said: 'We set yesterday; clearing up ground. Coyle up a light to lead men along the and died Saturday of double pneuLorenza Collins passed here yesterCoyle, Feb. 21. Tho salo of E. B. path of liberty, but we have loweretl at the home of bis brother, day going to soo his boys who have monia atthis W. M. Barrett. J. W. Anderson Warford of good place was well it; it is intended only to light our influenza at J. C. McKinncy's. a size crowd of. anxi- own path.' We set up a great ideal was called to Irvine Friday to tended by high. preach the funeral of Albert Hamil ous buyers. Everything sold of liberty and then wo said: 'Liberty Albert Cox and Emma Lako are is a thing that you must win for GARRARD COUNTY ton, who died Thursday of tubercu very ill with the measles. Willio yourself. Do not call upon us,' and Harmony W. M. Barrel's family have losis. Ogleshy is moving on James Gentry' lliink Harmony, Feb. 2i. Tho flu Mrs. W. C. Blake has been flu. of the world thSt wo would seems, to bo giving away sick tho past week. Conlcy Mai-no- place, vacated by Jim Gabbard. leave. Do you realize bow many spent the some, though tbero aro slill somo Iris boon discharged from tho Jeff Glo'sip and mother new nations aro going to be set up Jeff Burn in tbo presence of old anil powerful Hcr-cb- cl cases in this neighborhood. at homo with his par- week end in Berea. army and is was the guest of his Mater, Mrs. nations in Europe and loft there, if Spanglor has a fresh case. ents. It is reported that Morion Miss Mao Vanllook has gone to Sizemore and Hazel Hacker wero George Bishop, Friday and Saturday. left by us, without n disinterested Mrs. James Gentry visited Mrs. Lancaster where sho has a nico married loday. friend. Mrs. W. M. Huff position with tho Bastin Brothers. j is visiting her sister, Mrs. Lizzio Elgio Lako Friday afternoon. John Colson and Opal Vanllook who Thomas. Wo aro having somo Luther Todd was In Richmond tho "I havo como back from a strentfitb on business. Mr. Davis has wore married last, lau navo niuveii beautiful spring weather. moved to Jim Williams' place, uous attempt to transact business on Tom Mannel's place. They wore Scovilla whilo in America, but I visited by a storm party a few Willie Judd known as tho Tine Williams house. for a little Scoville, Feb. 20. Mrs. Henry Bishop visited Mrs. havo really come back to say to nights ago that brought them many and Sherman Rowland, Jr., havo tho you, in all soberness and honesty, nico presents. Miss Lucy Vanllook measles. Soveral aro exposed, but John Glossip Saturday afternoon. We are glad to know W. G. Tdod and that I have been trying my best was visiting at Mrs. W. M. C. Hutch-in'- H havo not had limo to develop yet, to speak your thoughts. family aro ahlo to ho out again. Your corre- Wilson Judd had a working Thurslast Monday. "When I samplo myself, I think Blue Lick spondent asked Master Jim Shaw day, February 13; had lots of hands, Blue Lick. Feb. 2.1. Industrial I And that I am a typical American, year old boy) what ho ex- and got a good days work done. (nine pected to mako out of himself. His Born to Mr. nnd Mrs. Charley Peters, activity in ;tlils section is being and if I sample, deep enough and get larger scalo than down to what is probably tho truo reply was, "a man." I think tho February 12, a boy. S. G. Cornctt demonstrated on a ever known. More plowing has stuff of n man, then I havo hope answer was both wise and timely. has gone to Indiana to look for a dono, more tobacco beds pro-- 1 that it is part of tho stuff that is What tbo country wants today is farm. Several mon of this placo been pared, moro grass seed being sown, liko the other fellows' al home, men of high Ideals. They help ti attended court al Bcattyvillo last "And, therofore, probably deep in mako tho world bolter. Willie Monday. Onco wo wero acus-toiue- d than over beforo nt' this season of tho year. Early gardeiv vegetables my heart and trying to seo tho Baker, son of G. M. Baker, and Hazel to having protracted meetthing that aro right without regard Collett, of J. C. Col-le- ings, but now custom has changed, aro boing planted and the "peep" of to tho things that may bo debated young chicks Is heard In tho land, wero married at the Rev. W. M. ni.d wo aro having a protracted I feel I am interIlls a Hiitchins' last Thursday. Tbo candy party, Bess Wilder of Win- - John W. Flannery, sincoarmy, dis- ns expedient,purpose that the thought and charge from tho U. S. will preting the spend a few weeks with homefolks of America; and in loving Amorica before assuming duties in a flno I llnd I havo joined the grent position tendered him Jority of my followmen throughout In tho South. Mr. and Mrs. Hover- - tho world." ly Terrill and W, E. Johnson wer ' visitors al the homo of Mr, and Mrs. A T. J. Flanery Sunday, also Miss East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else CHIEF MURDERED BY RADICAL MOB 18 KUN LEADER COMMUNIST ARCHKILLED IN BUDAPEST BISHOP IS ARRESTED. MOBS PILLAGE MUNICH SHOPS Civil War Follows Murders in Capital of Bavaria Two Leaders Slain. Count Llixberg It Selreri At Munich of Conspiracy Evidence Plotter Found On Prisoner Bavarian So vlet Icnored By Weimar Assembly. Western Newspaper Union Newt Hervlce. Prl.--h- i miii atlHik on one of tli nowtnper office !n lmhipst by Com-- j unemployed, uwliy persons! lilllllln"d rtfOTir.l.Of In nilvlraw I'iMi ll. it,,,.. hlll.Ml lug here. A storm .if bullet Issued from the lmue opposite, wlirritMiil Nh- tlmtnl (Ifimls nnd police opened lire with niitrl'liie trittt-- . rllles nnd pIMolx. lt Is (tinelnlly HtHled III peron killed, but WMrltiiPtyr declaim they frnt) Ml to Ml ilernl In the HtreetK. Fifteen ('oinmilirnti vrre Ih-- i In dying eond!- ken" lo the h,-timu pltl 10,000 WORKERS ENTER CITY Atiasslnatlcn of Eisner Causes Riot Worklngmen Predict Killing of Premier Will Be Avenged In Most Frightful Manner. l.nnilnn, Feb". 21. Tho trouble In Munich look n Mill more serums turn yenlenlny afternoon, nrninllng to u (Nipenluigi'ii illxpntch to the KxrluuiKe Telegraph compmiy. Miurcli bell bekhu ringing mill 10,000 wnrkliicmon fnm, 10 MUlllrlM ,nnr(.h(M to the 1)mi. ,,lU.r A ,, f ' . I ex-ab- j ee ex-thr- ee j ar prin-comi- ng ' gio-ceri- es. , I'"" " will. Inivti begun to plunder simps. the eon- The illiHiteh rlmmi'li-rUz' In Munich as Aretiltlxhop FHttlhnVr of dltlou now prowtllln Berlin. the I tome of Wm rebnra. wlei lino virtually Unite of ehll win. Elsner't Death Cause of Riots, 'mi etnf1nlly ' iminIoUii to rwillmln, Ilerlln. Feb. 21. The iiHilimtlon h m lievn nrrvsted by Munich r!niors. ttreeril'mr to a telephone inowwuf .of Kurt KlMier, Ihe JlnmrlHii premier, . from Munlrh to Ihe Zeltunc mn Mlt- muted n tremendous riot bi Munh-h- FaullMiber hefuliifi Tho streets nileoilt to the parlliuneu-th- e tag. AnMiloxhorCntbolle Hlshopt who Intt Heiviii tiiry linllillnc wore thrtniKed with lnr formally protested ncnliiM m mm crowd during the day, anil'the chum-thi- n of the cliurrh mid slate and ninth- tier where the diet wan In session wa ' t of the luvnilod hy a mob. Hon of religion Minister of Justice Thiun nnd Mln M'huol. The proletariat hnx orxitnlzodi r n strike ns a protest against the of Sovlnl AfTntr Fnterleltner of taken lo siippret the llavnrhi were wounded during tho gtlr Communists, wLlrh Inrhide the hi-- shooting which took place nt the Unrest. of 12 rnilhitts, according to Hilda- - viirlnn binding yesterday when llerr M't advice reeeheri hy way of Itasle Alter, Itnvarimi minister of Ihe lute-Th- e Minister of War denoilliewl the rbir, wn klmt. llerr Alter was sitll In nn nihlroM delivered! nllve Inst tilcht. nceordlns to report Communist It I In t'arlliimont Sipmre to ninny thou- recol veil hero from Munlrh. shihI of workmen, who nihipted h res-- desperately Wounded, however, u huh olutlon culling iiniii the Coveniuient ht having grazed his bonrt. IlnvJnc II ml nt llerr A hit. n mnti to use all the nouns at Its disposal toj sprang In among tint deputies ami fired end the I'Oiummilst plots. Among the latent arrests Jn eotiniT-- further shots nt the ministers' bench, tlon with the shooting orgy nt Mmilehj At the Mine moment several shots Is Count von I.uvlmrg. a brother of were tired from the strangers' vnh to Ar lery. A scene of Indnei1htible the former (Jeniinn AmlMH-wdnof "spurlos vcrsetikt" fume.' sloti ensued, the deputies scrambling Inrrlmnntlng documents Indicating an to seiipo from the room, wounded, Deputy Osel nNo wn otllivrs" plot nvnlnst the revolution were found on the Count's person. I'nrllcr reports listed him n killed. Ilerlln Is In a feverish Ktute of excite Fght or civilians Halted, , mint, fenrh.g the llavartnii terror;. n n,lwN )lf v,,,,,,,, ,nr Tol..KrnpIi will spread thro..l.ont frmil Mtci,. tho Seven nllwil umiiy bet this movement C0IWIH,IllU,n, alley, Premier I.Ih, s.inrtMcnn of Count Arc. .,imlMM, ..,,,. oc ner's nssnsln. Iiiivo been arrested. cnnbsl the rnllwny terminus. - mi " ', ', . It In '" .. .. - - orci-slgh- ener-jlste- e j j - 1 , 1 j nmfil-iceutli- , o; - HiMlilon to many l'Mimu.'mtIc Asm M - I. i K-'- ,,n.dii!nie.l (lf ,.ri ,,,, ,.u,...r ., ...,mmiiff of M!n. Iter A'lrr will he nrenged In n most ANARCHIST PLOT UNCOVERED frightful manner. Automobiles nihil with Spiirtncnns nre rojMirtod rushing through the street of Munlrh. Spanish Member ef I. W. V. OrganThe nihiees stnte that llerr Hn hnupter. the minister of wnr. wn not ization Arrestrd In New York At killed (ns rotorts from YVelmnr tr.d Alleged .nnrchists. stilted), hut wounded during the New York. -- P r.nm members nt shooting In the diet mid nfterwnrd he Spanish hru. ii of tin- - 1. W. W plnoed under iirrethy the Hpnrtiicnn. Pr'nre Joachim, youngest son of for.ere nrretilod hy 8.vret ;;.'rviee me', ml members of the imiIIco bnmb stputo mer rmperor Wllllm.i, In. until, contrary to previous retort. to he still in two ra'iK Wli!h they me rlmr-foruuilly Will lm'er swlltums lltere In Munich. ture In their jmw -- son, (Jovernineni Auer Shot to Avenge Eisner. ugeiits elnline.l lo line e Felice the The attempted itsitlnnilon of llerr wore lialcliliu' n temirisl pint. Aftoi Auer. the ttnvnrlnn inlnUtur of the being nt police' Interior, I Interpreted ns no net of tors, wimre tl:e!r finger pr'nis wen revenge for the killing of Premier :aken, the p siment weru locked i;i Klsniir. nccorillng to ndvlces from rn without bull pending arrn'imiHimt Im rlmi (Jenuan source. The men wee fore a Unltisl States Nu.:n ki'om.' hlttcyr opMiiionlH. llerr Auer Is n ma''nnwiillo mo huii!nl txHrts lm jority socialist mlnlstrr nnd bnd been ,- Tlie of Alter, ltaviirl.in ter of JuslUv. U .s.idln.ied odnosdny. funeiiil will lnk plare on d.th ..,..! Wner' Tlll, ri.IuirW r..OHlv,Hl source stnte Hint from Hits n dletntorshlp ot 10 ,-worklnKm,,n .,,, wM, ,ni . kB!; i w-- e d iteou asslgnoil to nssouihlo il eolilpl' sit-uali- us tilud machine f nml it's- - intleil If one of the nsnim iiilded. The Heen" service iiKonts shIiI they were at a loss Translators to explain Its ptirisise. wore put to work on a mass TTf papers and pnmphlets ho.zed. One of the houses raided had boon Under police surveillance for sot oral days as a result of uieetlagH hold there, It was Klld. FREE TEXTBOOKS (3. ADVOCATED Itepro-sentativo looked upon ns n man likely to llerr Klsner ns premier. Tho Intter was the Idol of the ultra null-etdwns n Hlnneh defender of the nnd workmen's council, ynd wns unronipromlslngly for the nntlonnl assembly. Spartacant Call General Strike. Spnrtnrntm nnd Independent socialists have cnlled for n general strike nt Munich and saiigiilnnry Incidents iro fen nil, as the military comfnnud ha ills-pln- s, ; ' Musick, State in the Kentucky Legislature from Breathitt, I.eo and Magof-- II ii counties, in an address before the annual meeting of (ho Kentucky Press Association, said that only through free books can. the children of tho rural districts of Kentucky ho delivered from illiteracy. Ho nsked the newspaper editors of tho Slide to get behind a movement to promote legislation lo this end nnd asked them to require each candi-dal- o for Iho fieneral Assembly to stnlo his position in favor of tho matter boforo thoy would glvo their newspaper support. Cracow Ilyland grand-daught- er tt, No More War Flour Potts' GOLD DUST Flour Returns to its before-the-wa- r high standard of quality WsC$i r- Held Old University. has the oldest university, a man In uniform who II red from tint burring that of Prugue, In central Eu- gallery. rope. It olico numbered among Its $50,000 Gift To College. students Copernicus, who originated uud proved tho rcmurkublu theory that Iluffnlo. .V. V., Pob. 21. Mrs. Seytbo earth revolved ubout the sun, aud mour II. Knox, widow of tbo not contrariwise. store millionaire, bns given $M),000 to the University of Iluffnlo. , Mrs. Knox's gift will ho npplled, It U declared that It rnmmt undertake any protection nml will not oppose person conducting demonstrations. The Injuries Inlllcted upon llerr Auer and llerr Tliimi nro such that they nre not expected to recover. llerr I lorTiiinn. minister of piiblle worship, and llerr rrnuondorfor. tn'ii-Istof commiinlcntlons, nre reported to have been slightly wounded during the shooting. Minister Auer Dies of Woundt. Copenhagen, Feb. 2 . Minister of the Interior Allot of Mavnrln has died of bis wound, according to the Munich correspondent of the Polltlken, Deputy Svelller, the dispatch ndd. flrod tho hhots which fntnlly wounded Minister Auer and killed Deputy Oesel, Ilcrren Hoffmann nnd Frnuondorfor, members of the Itnvnrlan cnhliiii, the correspondent says, worn wounded by off Satisfaction unuorsioou, versity. on ino projociou new uni- JOHN CO. WHITE LOUMJVILLI, KV. 4 Once Tried - Always used Liberal ttsortmtnt tad lull vtliw paid FURS Hldaa and float SUM JEcawiw . IrxUNJgffiSSaSi rr 7""'""?r,N"'"f: ' aaT m j , t -.uiiiitiijt, t ii4i9, i....t. of1. at, n..iti..... lunnur premier. In prison for some tlmo on n runrge or espionage, lias ontaiiuM pcrmUxlou tu lslt his wife, who in til with the grippe und bronchitis, no cordlnt; to L'lnfortuutlon. Let Calllaux Visit His Wife. O