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Oroted to tfcLe Interests of tlxe MADE RECORD ALTITUDE The Citizen Jou-nteLin People Fifty Cents Per Year. Knowlcdgo Is Power and tho way to keep up with modern Knowlcdgo Is to read a good Nowspaper. HKIIEA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, MARCH 0, 1010. Ono Dollar and i No. 30. , Congress and The President The Country approves of President Wilson ntul disapproves of Congress. It was fortunate that we had a Democratic president, for only a Democrat could have led the Democrats to adopt the strong measures necessary for the war. In general Wilson has made his appointments on partisan lines, and this has been necessary in order to keep the Democrats together in supporting the war. Hut in his policy and general war measures he has done exactly what a Republican president would have And now he is at the head of a movement for promoting world peace that is certainly one of the greatest projects ever proposed in this earth. And many congressmen are seemingly doing nil they can to prevent the success of this plan for world peace. They are not trying to modify it and make it better, to diminish its objectionable points and strengthen its best points, but they are trying to defeat it altogether. If they succeed they will deserve and receive the reprobation of all posterity. Some of these men are Democrats stupid and blind. d as to Some of them are Republicans so think that they can help their party capture the offices by a line of conduct that will be harmful to the world. The ClTI.EN has been Republican because it thought the republican policies were beneficial to the Country. We shall cease to be Republican when the Republicans adopt policies that are wrong and harmful. short-sighte, FLIGHTS Tillies get 300 foe warships ' World News Tho European countries, quilo generally, have been watching tho discussion in tho United Slates Son- nto on tho League of Nations. In fact tho center of Interest has followed the President from Paris to Washington. The sympathy of Eu- -I rope seems to lie strongly with the . :.) i i it ii jinni it.. Huuou oi Ameri-t iiiu ca's Senators is likely to remove whntover of opposition remains in' Europe toward tho. League. T Naval Terms Provide for Razing Dardanelles, Kiel and Helgoland. FRENCH PROTEST SINKING done. Reserve the Right to Object to Dc stroylng All of Enemies' Craft Work on Peace Draft Making Rapid Progress. SENATE PASSED THE VICTORY DEFEAT LOAN BILL sixth Congress In extra session mini after lit return from Kuropo. Secretary ilus Informed AclinliiLxtni--t ion Senators that he would be unable Slxi to lloat the victory loan If Uie bill OF THE FILIBUSTER ISSUE IS A DISTINCT VICTORY FOR WILSON. The Bill Authorizes the Secretary of Treasury to Issue $7,000,000,000 In Bonds and Certificates and to Fix the Rate of Interest On the Same. Newpnper Union News Service. Washington. The UiublUnn 111 in the Sennte against the victory loan hill collapsed like n bubble blown by the wind, mill t.ie hill was passed without a roll cnll. The bill iruthorlre the Secretary of the TTeii-urtii Nuie' ?7,otX),WK),000 In bonds jiikI cvrtlllctitcK, anil to tlx the rate of Interest on the same. Mr. (ilnH sabl recently the ilrlve would begin ilurlnit mnl Unit the the iveek of April Issue probably would Include $.".000.-OO.tt notes. The on short-terof the hill by the Senate mnl the defeat of the llllhliHter Issue In a tlncl victory for President Wilson In thai lie v ,11 not he forced lo cull i!n y pan-pac- Vtrn were not passed before April 1. Itepiibllrans who undertook a filibuster apiltist the hill realized that If they could bring about the. defeat of the measure they might compel the I resident to cull Congress In session this mouth. The President has had his way, not so much on account of the support of his own party ns by the creepy fear which came over the Itepuhllcuns as they begun to reallxe what defeat of the victory loan hill L would mean to Iholr party. The lead ers among the itcpuhlican beiuuors, IhiiMuwlth vision broad enough to see what enormities would he charged to i t If the bond bill fulled, counseled the little hThiistcrlug group to "lay olf iiiul allow tho bill to pass. ; Chicago Bandit Is Wounded. Chicago, March 3. After following their victims through the crowded South Side streets In an nutnmnhllc for nearly a mile, three nnned ban tilts shortly before noon held up and robbed John Woods u saloon-keepe- r nnd tils companion. William llrlen. ol $T,000 In nit.li, at Twenty-seconnnd Paulina streets, ltrlen wounded oni of the robbers. d Paris. March 3. The work of drafting the preliminary terms of peart through the armistice conditions rapid progress When President VIIon icturns h' will find the terms settled. Indeed, thi soiiVV'hat optimistic view was ex Captain Lung, It. A. F,, mill l.lciltennnt Illowes. observer, wlio made n pressed that the whole matter mlgh world's record altitude flight In a British biplane equipped with n single engine. be pnt through within a fortnight. They reached tho unprecedented height of 30,600 feet, or six miles up, at There still are one or two points of England. Importance to he settled even In tin military ynd naval terms nnd It that the fixing of Oermr.ny' eastern froiillera Is a matter whlcl cannot easily be accomplished In the absence of any definite Information or Acting Governor Hlack has been President Wilson recently sign- tiny definite policy with regard to Gersaving tho Stale money by issuing ed tho Wheat Guarantee bill carry- many. This point the become requisitions to bondsmen going ing an appropriation of $1,000,000,-00- 0 discussions of has future ofclenr In and Poland to maintain the guaranteed price In arranging the the dlspntoh of Genon conditions nflcr for mileage, in- of $2.20 a bushel. that they accept eral Mailer's Polish divisions from stead of 0, and in sonic cases, that Franco to Poland. they go nfler the prisoner at their The House, by a vote of 21G to 41, French May Ask Warships. adopted tho resolution expressing own oxpenso. The navnl terms have been agreed tho hope that the Peace Conference npon with one Importnnt exception." Kentucky Stale bank, deposits in- would "favorably consider the The French ministry of marine recreased 30 per cent, from $121,235.-005.claims of Ireland to- the right of serves acceptance of the principle that lo SI02.C30.2CS.C0 in the last self determination." war vessels are to be destroyed. The French argue their fleet has suffered year, State Hank Commissioner George G. Speer announced. This Any boverago containing more losses which, owing to the army requirements of France, her workshops of one per cent alcois nearly twice the increase of the than one-ha- lf to make and hol would be banned by the. war-li- good.yards have been unable proccding year. prohibition "act, effective next To Get 108 More Warships. A very disastrous fire occured July 1, under a measure approved Tho Germans are to be called upon in tho Lee county oil fields, when by the House Judiciary Committee to hand over. In full repair, with their el tanks of oil and var- to make the act effective. four guns nnd torpedoes, the battleships ious' equipment burned up on tho li Oldenburg. Thurlngen, Ostenfrleslund, acre tract known as tho "Slioo-string- ," Speaking at the dinner in honor Helgoland, Posen, Westfalen Itheln-lan- d belonging. to F. D. Hart, Jr., of the delegates to the mountain and Nassau, the light cruisers of Middlesboro, and others. Tho congress of tho League to Enforce Plllau, Graudenz, Ilegensburg, Stral-sunStrussburg, Augsburg. Kolburg damage is estimated at SI 0,000, or Pejteo at Salt Lako City, Dr. Henry perhaps, more. Van Dyke, former Minister to the and Stuttgart uud 42 modern destroyNetherlands, declared that Senator ers and CO modern torpedo boats. Considerable headway has been made by tho Peace Congress, in Paris, especially in tho matter of territorial problems and of tho indemnity which the central powers must pay. Agreement seems to bo centering about a sum that, will approximate ono hundred and twenty billions of dollars extended over a period of thirty-flv- o years with a billion dollars to bo paid at once ns a sort of earnest of good faith. . Kentucky News "bond-jumpers" U. S. News The Assembly at Weimar has been discussing, during the week, ,1110 question of disarmament on Its own account. The drift of opinion may bo seen from the fact that the in the Assembly favored the material cutting out of militarism wliilo tho radicals as well as tho monarchists favored a strong army. The stability of the new Republic and tho restoration of Germany to a creditable placo among tho nations of tho world lies in the hands of the party of Ebert nnd Schicdcmann. mod-eral- The dispute between Grecco and Italy over the lands along tho cast coast of the Adriatic seems to be taking a belter turn. After much of argument and considerable display of temper there is notf moro of a disposition to come to terms and Italy is said to be ready to arbitrate the matter and abide by tho result. This is suroly a hopeful beginning for a settlement of vexing territorial questions and other conflicting nations may be led to tako a similar course. - 30 - 250-barr- MADISON COUNTY CHURCHES GO FORWARD The Church Community Welfare League meeting was A very signillcant hold in Hit) Lecture Room of the, Christian Church in Richmond on' . Sunday afternoon last to consider ,tho social and religious interests of, t their vicinity and the relation or tho churches of Madison county to tho same. As, a result, tho first steps wero i i taken in the organisation of a loaguo of tho churches of Madison county! to promote religious, social, and' community welfare. A committee! . ti- .in.. was appoinicu to urau a uoiisuui-tio- n, arrange for a meeting at and the Christian Church nt Richmond next Sunday night when the organl- -j zation will ho completed. It is expected and desired' that all CONTENTS PACE 1. I Editorial: tho President. U. S. News; Stato son Churches Go Story. Lotlors. Congress and World News; News. MadiForward. PAGE 2 Academy School Nows. Soldiers' nnd Sailors' Serial Story. Y. W. Income PAGE 3. PAGE 4. Tax Article. tising. PAGE 5. a A. Noto3, Telephonic communication from Stanford Monday morning gnvo tho sad information to his host of friends that Congressman Harvey Helm had died Sunday night at Columbus, Miss. Details wero not given as to tho cause of his death. His wifo merely wired to relatives, tho churches, cluhs, nnd civic so- at Stanford that ho was dead and cieties of tho county will become she was reluming to his homo at associated with and members of this Stanford with tho remains. movement. Thcro has nothing of recent date been more indicative of Maintaining community organizapromise for tho welfaro of tho pub- tions established during tho war as lic than this determination lo secure n principal means of perpetuating in Kentucky the public spirit and Joint action of Uie churches and so greater efllciency of service.- - Tho patriotic servico which has grown conserving of church effort will ho up in every section of tho State, was promoted by union services in sonvj the principal topic at tho Stato Coninstances, and so releasing minis- ference on Kentucky Problems held Uniterial talent for servico in other Tuesday and Wednesday at tho localities that are without ministers. versity of Kentucky. The gathering It is expected that this leaguo will was a convention of war workers bo of great servico in reaching in all branches and citizens intertho neighborhoods that aro secluded ested in tho future welfaro ofKenwas called by tho State, and in promoting tho interest and tucky and Council of Defense to consider welfaro not only ot the town boy matters arising out of tho war and but also of tho boy on tho farm. Kentucky's relation to them. A committee was also appointed to arrango for a county conference Working himself into religious of two days to bo held at Richmond tho oxcilement while preaching latcrt announcement of which will funeral sermon over tho body of bo duly published. tho Rov. C. C. Townsend, negro, of Cynlhintvt, Dr. S. R. Reed, of LexMICKIE tAYS ington, presiding elder of tho Afri' Ntssm.we SENT VOO A can Methodist Episcopal Church for STATEMENT- SURE 1 tho Lexington district, retired to WE KNOW NGP OOO!) PER tho parsonago adjoining tho Cynthi-an- a IT AN INTEND TO D&S.... TVtE FIRMS VJE BUS Olio church in which tho services wero hold and expired within 10 PAPER AN' INK FROM NOVM WE'RE GOOD, but we flo-- r minutes after tho completion of tho TO PAN EM ENJERV THIRTV coremonics. GR SIXTV DANS JE.ST THE A weak heart could not stand tho SO VME ftftfYt fri-- r SME. extended ceremonies, and tho great. OUR tAONEN WHEN ITS DOE A.k,l-eirort or llio sermon ror His rormer TOO. PD AJ Cr n,. working mato In church work. V UUH UILUS, SEE . -r Locnl News and Adver- S. A. T. C. men may recoivo tho Lasting Peacp. Is Public Sentiment to bo Trusted? Fi no llomo Burned. Home and Farm Nows. S. S. Lesson. Temper- PAGE 6. PAGE 7. Tho Strongest ance Notes. Argument for Christianity. PAGE 8. Kastorn Kentucky News. And now ico men say that ico will bo high next summer because Ihore are not enough iop into. to put tho bonus authorized for all discharged soldlors by writing to Tho Zono Financo Officer, Lemon Building, Washington. D. C, according to Capt. H. N. Rnydon, of University of Payment will not be Kentucky. mado through officers of tho colleges but tho necessary papers, which include tho discharge certificate or order for discbarge, n statement of nil military servico sinco April 0. 1017, and the address to which cheek is to bo sent, should bo mailed to tho abovo adijress. All personal papers will bo returned, $00 . The warships under construction are to be broken up. The Helgoland fortifications and harbor are to be destroyed by tho Germans nt their own expense and the fate of tho Island Itself Is to be decided by the conference. All fortifications defending nccess to An American merchant marine tlie Baltic are to be razed and theTCIel to carrying an American Hag into cannl Is nnd be open at all times to war merchant ships of all naevery port in the world is the ac- vessels tions. complishment that Edward N. HurThe German cable system, comprisley, chairman of tho Shipping Board, ing 14 cables, European, hopes to see realized through the and Asiatic, are not to be returned The wireto their previous owners. combined efforts of all lines of business, he told the members of the less stations nt Nnuen, Hanover and Illinois Manufacturers' Association. Berlin are not to be usyd for any but purposes. A" thoroughly democratic exchange commercial The Austrian fleet of 13 battleships, of views is Mr. Hurloy's scheme for two cruisers, 100 light cruisers, ID laying the basis of the necessary topedoboat destroyers, 51 torpedo-boatlegislation. 33 submarUies hullt and building, and the Danube monitors will he Battlo deaths during the war handed over to the allies. Similar treatment will be given Hie among all participants so far as the Bulgarian wur vesnvailablo statistics show vero giv- Turkish and passage under an Intersels nnd free en by General Alarch as 7,351,000. national guarantee will he Insured beThis represents only men killed ,in tween the Mediterranean and th action or died of wounds. Black sea, nil forts ntul defenses beIn tho list prepared by the general ing razed. staff Russia leads with a total of 1,700,000. Germany ws second with CHICAGO MILK PRICE DROPS 1,(500,000 and tho United States with 50,000. Farmers Making Butter From Surplus Stocks and Selling Direct to Approximate figures of other naCity Residents. tions were: Frnncc, 1,385,000; England, 700,700; Italy, 100.000; Turkey, Chicago, March 3. The price of 250,000; Belgium, 102.000; Roumania, milk dropped a cent quart today 0; 100,000; Serbia and Montenegro, from 14 to 13 cent. It's tho usual Austria-Hungar- y, 800,000; Bulspring drop," said It. I. Metzger, manager of tho nownian Dairy company. garia, 100,000. "It's purely n question of supply nnd The' dairyman now purCasualties of Amoricau railroads, demand. $.1 during 1017, resulted in the death chases milk from the farmer forpayu hundredweight. Ho has been of 0.507 persons and tho injury of ing $:i.l0. Tho consumer Is entitled to 70,070, tho Intcrstalo Commerce tho benefit, although tho percentage I Commission reported recently. Dur- bo smnll we can only apply It on ing tho previous year 9l7fl lives quarts." Owing to surplus stocks oi wero lost and 00,982 persons wero milks It Is reported' farmers aro makInjured. Accidents on grado cross- ing butter to sell to city residents by ings of steam railroads riumbared parcel post. It Is thought this may tho prlco of butter. 3,073 In which 1,777 persons wero lower killed and 4,350 injured. Tresspassers on railroad property SOLD BAD STEEL TO NAVY? figured heavily In tho accident figures, 1,213 having been killed dur- Men Charged With Conspiracy Plead Not Guilty In Federal Court ing 1017 and 3.829 Injurch". Trainat Boston. men killed while on duly numbered 1.192 and inijircd 17.887. Passengers Boston, March 3. An alleged conspiracy which, It Is charged, resulted killed wero 302 and injured 7,582. In tho use of Inferior steel for canting used on war vessels, endangering the Upon tho adjournment of Congress with important legislation lives of crews after the hhlps wero put Into commission, "wus disclosed In the killed by a Republican Senate fili- federal court, when tlve men wero buster. President Wilson issued a arraigned ou a secret Indictment. All statement declaring that a group of pleaded not guilty uud wero releund men In tho Scnato have deliberately under boll. William E. Borah, of Idaho, was "eolossally ignorant" of the point' in the constitution of tho League of Nations, which he had been attempting to criticise. -trnns-Atlnn-t11 100,-00- The work of reconstruction is going on in Belgium with rapidity. The refugees who have been in England aro returning homo and in many cases they are possessed of considerable money" sinco they have!" had employment in the munition factories. The boats that carry English soldiers home bring back the Belgians to their homes. In many cases they find only tho ruins but they aro taking up tho reconstruction with courage and hope. just been assassinated. The Ameer of Afghanistan has Few. people know much about him or the significance of tho act. Suffice it to say that Afghanistan is tho little buffer stale that protects India from Iho Russian empire in Asia. Tho late Ameer was friendly disposed to tho intorests of England as was his father before him and that is about tho extent of European and American interest in tho matter. There seems to bo a growing realization among tho nations represented in tho Pcaco Congress at Paris that tho pcoplo of Russia like tho Soviet government with all its faults and crimes. A commission of investigation from Japan reported that lo its government somo timo ago. Moreover, it has held tho power for a considerable timo anir has shown somo ability in organization. Perhaps tho holding of power will bo Iho best corrective for anarchistic tendencies. Japan has shown a disposition to resent any suggestion that she should givo up concessions sho has been nblo to win in China during the year of tho war. It is doubtless true that she has used tho timo to good ndvanlago and derived valuable rights. China has asked that these arrangements ho mado public and thus brought tho wholo matter to tho attention of tho world. Relations between tho United States nnd Mexico continue to improve and tho benefit of tho President's wiso and farslghtcd polloy is beginning to bear fruit. Reparation is being mado to those who sufforcd from the revolution by destruction of mining properties and other investments of American capital in that country and owners of capital are willing to consider tho making of a larger loan to Mexico. ' Tho National Red Cross Socioty is (ConUnu4 oa Ftg Eight) Hard lines. (ConUnusd on rtf 1n (Coatlnitd on fig fit) Pago Two THE CITIZEN Mnreh 0, 1010. skimming off tho lop of our parapet watched the hard lifo of many of O1 C I wp ,ii,ini u10 idea or roam- IU1I these women. How they labored In n,,l9 w? '" face world problems. The method the Held, hoeing, weeding, reaping, PHI DELTA SOLDIER "J LEADS "Y" CONFERtho German cavalry had broken 'K DEREA '" rarrying wood and driving mules. monJnl ' WRITES FROM GERMANY through and were then near ChaulENCE WITH 39 DELEGATES being ndopled to givo men wider throng . tho Ochtcndiing, Germany, nes. I went back lo tho company! w men running Imck Forty fncully members and about Intelligence of tho world tasks is Sho had seen them suffer from famiMine and all manner of abuso and opH was so dark I couldn't e l 130 delogalos from Iho colleges and "Tho World Problems Forum." Some January 25, 1010, Tho whole crow.l wero moving about like anU when their nest has been whether they were Dutch, I.ngllsh universities of Iho Slalo wore proa new association books havo been pression from tho hands of auto- Dear Phi Delia: ,,r American. Our machine gunner cratic rule. She loved them and mil nt tin' State Y. M. A. conference prepared for this. It has been almost two years disturbed. AH our rood, extra cloth- l H"hii just hair ho limo so IV. World Idealism means two fell that she must do something toing and blankets had been heaped held at tlio University of Kentucky ward making it posslblo for them silica I was among you. I doubt if up and soaked in gnsolino. Men wouldn't bo entirely wrong Lexington Inst Friday, Saturday things: In there bo many, perhaps any, of that lo actually live. riwp. H wasn't long till a I. Internationalism. were coin " .d.oiil will, buckets ftill and Sunday. Berea led llio list by . ,, Mario was a line type of French bunch in school now. But I ""M . British ofllcer came and told us that 2. Service. delegation or 30 students. Dean a ,,or swpet' ,,ark- - Anshlng suro that the Phi Delta spirit is , most nf the British had retreated and Christianity demands a greater! Fdwards took several wide awake eyes wero filled with compassion still there and .till feel myselt ono J breaking Uml we must also. We got our Foundation lioys who were very en- scope of scrvico than just in our and kindness and her faco bore every of the members two apieco plenty of am- i murines and motors In nieces. Gun rilles thusiastic boosters for the College own land. ! V. It is the duty of the Y. M. C trait of strong and noblo character. cotton was placed In everything """"Hon and went over Iho top, and very ahsorhant of Iho good I en isled, went o M. ll.o.nas and Tho she had been born and reared back way. No Berea (rack man had A. to aid in the most cITccllvo way lhal emiWl, things at the convention. in Josselin. Lorraine, when her soon lo Washington, D. C. IaC((, anytliing on mo that night; few have (?(m C))U(m WM n?t The, delegation left Herca Friday iho collection of Iho United War ti mother died, she was introduced Washington I went lo Hobokcn.i UI1,lr had tho incentive that I had. Both t noon, and the connections were so Work Campaign Fund. 0 ,r,gM cn,jnK VI. Wo must engage In unsclilsh into a new phase of lire. Her rathe" Wo sailed from thereon tho Huron tno lown Wo pf( A s1()rl tiI)P British and Bosche artillery were well mado that by 3:30 tho parly to leave homo sur tho old German ship, Frederick nft(T( ii0 (U'rinans entered Chnul- - l"l' going nl lull speed. Machine was in Lexington. Afler registering social service. Some of tho methods deemed it best roundings for a time and seek con tho Great and landed at St. Nazaire. una lit if ii nf imf 11 nvnrvMitrif litu I guns and rilles wero too. It was at the Slate University Y. M. C. A lo be used arc: 1. i Deputation work in counlry solalion lor their broken spirits In. That was the last or December. 1017. were I'Hch dark but there were so many .mnkn. Th,. headquarters tho boys wcro assignAmerica. It was here that Mario From st. Nazaire we went by train jammed Willi Urafllij. Everything Hhos Uml one could easily find ed to homes for sleeping quarters, churches. caught the greater spirit or freedom, in grnilii Villace near Iho Swiss wns mi in 2. Lending aid to (lie Friendship h.ink few his way. ThroiiKli a half mile of nwnni where they wcro royally received. from some ot tho American Women, bonier. It was zero weather and Scotchmen. Theso wero to cheek s,lc" Imgled wiro we ran " Fund. Meals wcro served by the University a spirit which increased her de- snowing. We rode In heatless but the Bosche nilvance till the artillery likl' rabbits. There, in tho shelter 3. Boys' Clubs. Cafeteria and remembrances of the sire lo return and help lift some well ventilated i. Stercopticon views. s. S. A. T. C. were wafted back lo Iho Maybe could ho removed. They checked of a sunken rond. the mob that had of the heavy burdens borne by her Signed by: veterans of that organization. we didn't cuss this nrmy. while thnl it but most overyono was killed. On J"l come hack was reorganized. Marcus C. rtedwine, University Tho first meeting of the session French train dragged lis along tor H'o road was a stream or artillery. More troops were added, .and theMario and her father wero always i.... .1..... Hpr. and (Imrn mm eiin wnnlil alnn whole bunch started back to ominv i i., of Kentucky. convened at 7:00 o'clock Friday ' ' j our old trenches. We did, and kept John W. Dcyton, nerea College. closest companions. They had scn( a fcw sip9 Fritzvvnril evening. Before the business of tho ', ' ,, traveled together in notii uio oiu ;. Irviln Inlcn ll I In, mli-ni- t Plvlllnn Oil OCllUIIVillLr tllCIII till relieved .1 L. B. Olive, Baptist Seminary, convention was assumed an enter' wnr d and the new. They had hunt-- 1 Louisville. vehicles will frigh.ened horses and week later by the Australians. That tainment was given by some mem ed together and on these hunting; jee tor week it was just shoot and , Chas. Morris, Centre College. bers of the Lexington Negro Nor H"fe hnrrntk trips she had become expert in "'J1; crow,ml out. FooUohllers, wagons, "l at. Not Interesting at all! One mal school. The welcome address marksmanship. Monsieur Louveauj wero l, follow. It ook the day a Dutfh artillery outfit wanted MARIE LOUVEAU ,orpi was given by Dr. Frank L. McVcy, nPiiPry Wl.r; , was one of Lorraine's best engineers lermaster a month to , scover wo , Howitzer behind President of State University, in quantities of food to set up a six-inlarie wero accustomed to cat. By the ,m( The following is the winning' and under his supervision nur (rPn,h, SrpIy ,u,Ml (h(, which he presented the world probtm ( , .,,, il(.ip rorrectlv! lint tho six lem that lies before the Y. M. C. A. story, in the short story contest, had for some time shown skill in.llrsl ot February wo had begun to ,,,,, ,.rUi,, among the societies of the Academy Handling tne imncacies or various draw rations. 'Mien came orders lo mrses galloped almo-- t lo our line, I(M(S() nm, ,,,, , 1)C0Il ltirn((, Dahncy of Slate was elected chairs. move. Again wo got on ,)t,al man of tho convention. A basket department, last fall. Those who kinds of gas, engines. wpr0 (ach rarryjni? dragging the gun behind llieni. It After six years in America, Marie and this time started north. missed the rare treat of hearing ball game between U. K. and Tcnn. n miarior of he(.f or hilir a 10J 0I, It was such a bold and foolish move After another two days of tour- - nis smll(,.r. 0n the roads thus lo come up the main road in broad U. resulted in a score of 30 to l( in Miss Johnson read this story may and her falhcr were again on wo (0rained at Peronne. on the congested, n Dutch airplane started daylight that none opened lire for a now have the opportunity of read- I rencli soil. They did not go direct- K. U. favor of ly to their little home, but stopped Ilritish front. A year beforo the1 dropping ll0m,s. The,, the whole works n- - going paths moment. On Saturday morning. Doctor ing it for themclvcs. m Paris. There was considerable pm9ll (lrivcn tll0 Germans a, 8j, roa,, wo Kot into Morenil. loll. rifles and machine guns Meyers of Centre College spoke on in the city because news frorn tn0 s()mniP. ,ul ,ad not yet absolutely all-i- n. the transition of the necessities for Again wo were loo'e at once. It didn't lako what "Falhcr, it i were Just a man like personal high standing, saying that you, I could do something to re- - of a war between Germany n"l'rci,ilt th0 bridges across the river.' Kreeted ,y (lie news that German nulehmen there wero loft long to franco had been officially announc- - T)al wng o J)0 onr Jol) T(ir(, woro rava,rv wag npprmclifnK. This time their horses looe nnd go toward bank accounts do not now deter- neve the nurdens or my people." ed. Mobilization orders were posted mine judgment of worth. This was Thus spoke Marie Louvcau as she a,)0)t lvp hun(lr0(1 of , Amoricnns u pr0V(., lo bo raise. The next .lav a moro friendly crowd. The gun followed by an address by Doctor walked slowly down the handsome over all trance and nil 'pr ons nttarlinl to the British Fifth Army, wo went to Demuin and started to was left. Neither Germans nor F.ng-we- re responding to the call Mon-- 1 ish near Fortune of Transylvania on Un flight or stone steps in front of the (g lronc,iea --rhcre W(J W(,ro ,,,, Hevedcould gowe It.to Others ro- us and purposes of a college education. He anceslral mansion, beside her father Abbeyville. went rounlrr "ml we were going In hold th, "- -' l ""-rpresented here "The Bible Discus- who had inherited the estate along ..' ' nun wo returned 10 irencnes ourselves aCTlnsl the Uer- !.,... between Cnnil.rni nml SI. nunnlin. , . Glissv. lust huliinil Villors llrnf. sion Group" which is the newest with all tho dignity and traditions inline, or join iurcus iiltu. rin.inj,,ua r he realized that his peop e won T;rp thing in Bible study work in the which bad characterized the Lou colleges. Tho question was asked veau family for generations. Mon need Inn, and he speedily made By hnlll bridgas. Hvery shell that tho sent Into Amiens aT, '.e time our trenches were done lo ove. "How arc you succeeding in your sicur Louvcau was a worthy repre of twenty Cana.Han inaehine- Bible Study Groups?" Doylon, of scntalivo or his family. Ho was this If the T'critica. moment or1 all the ma.eria. from tho two for- was Berea, was first to respond. His re- known far and wide for his benevo u uiiiicru nU smin ihhi jiniim us. places am I store it in Peronne. Midi sounds as tilled tho nir. port was very favorable and showed Icnccs to the poor and wherever his Lorraine. If sons of France weromer also that there was a lorry load of While going from place to place. o remained there till tho Ger- quite well that Berea is in the lead erect form appeared in any of the victorious, it would mean freedom 1 Knlleld rifles and a load of ammu- ... had the opportunity to seo what ,.,,,.. n..i..s (not Ki,m..i n.i .i.i,:i of most of tho Kentucky colleges in nearby hamlets, ho was suro to bo for her people. All this thot Marie, and more. She felt handicapped war can do. Fields had been plow- several' 'empty Imck,.' CalnU. We moved then s0 as lo this work. A very fine part of tho greeted by both young and old, in KnnnticA Vnl a ll' Oil" hi Qfinll Urn III ll'llflt tlfljl fIlff atf inla " morning program was tho "Social a manner that spoke moro volumes wo wero told to leave our trenches bettor assist the English in gelling B"? ""3 I1 ,l" understood gns engines, and guns, been forests the trees wero dead, and get into the trucks. Not even material (o Hint front. From thero Service" speech by President Mc- than their words could express i! i.t it something? nmmess, ianen ami spimiereu. rt nnn , .,, me .,. wp ....., . ti, ur., In .Turin .Tnli Vcy. Dr. O. E. Brown asked tho For a time they walked in silence. why could she not do "Fnther, I'm going to join forces houses were without roofs; the , s( nml'Monl W(j ,ook Uio Autn assembly these two questions which At length the stately gentleman ad here," she said very decisively. ,,, A.in., i at M Uat Sue in Seninmimr n,i tim a.- walls were fallen or so full of shell on.i. ho said wcro the greatest questions dressed his daughter. Monsieur Louvcau did not argue, Jioles that a push would send them A along the road wo met Tommies Waldo in September and October, "I, loo, feel keenly tho condition of the day: "What did you do durHo admired her courage, even tho down. Acrei or wooden crosses straggling back. They were tired. Some mighty interest ing things ing tho war?" and "What is your under which we must live, and I peace plan?" Tho meeting was di have longed ror a time when our he did not feel confident that sho bore witness to the Britisli losc. ninthly nm Some or them wounded, happened at each or those placch. In All success to Phi Delta in her in the (Irst battle of the Somnie. They had never seen any Amorijan vided info groups In discuss special people could again be free. But I could join. Ho knew sho was earnest, however, and feeling she There were thousands of working soldiers, subjects, such as Social Service, realizo how helpless one man is, or but when they saw our weekly meetings ami in whatever to assist in Red Cross troops behind that rronl. The Brit- - unirornis, everyone yelled, "The contests sho may enter. A hanil-is- h Bible Classes, etc. The "Y" presl even how helpless a small group of might be able work, did not discourage her. dents and had Italians. Chinese, Negroes Americans have como to relievo us." shako to oaoh member, were led men are, to bring about these "If you think it advisable, dear, and Fast Indians working on the I didn't know then what' being re- by Mr. Sellers. tilings." Your brother, and that you can servo best here, roads and digging trenche". w ejjl rather," replied Marie, "I On lioved rrom tho trenches meant. We In tho afternoon J. Lovell Murry, .lesso Osborne. go, and God speed." of New York, educational secretary know you speak tho truth, but still March 2lst, the German offensive went on past thousands of' men. Co. D. Oth I. S Fug., A. K. V. (To bo continued) for the student volunteer movement, I long ror tho opportunity which I started. That day, that night, and All wero retreating. Directly we presented know will sometimo bo yours and tho "World the day following I worked on a camo to a few pieces of light ar- - SHOPPER FOR THE WOUNDED Forum" Y. M. C. A. movement in an earnest and con- mine." bridgo at Brie. Thoso two days and tillery. Thoy wero firing toward Tho Y.' M. C. A. last Sunday even nights the Fiflh Army was retreat- - the Germans. Wo could see the vincing address. It was a festive day in autumn very great question ing. Without a gap in tho column shells breaking; also see the shells W. H. Fuller, International Sec- when over nil the roads around ing discussed a retary for the South and O. F., Josselin. the peasants and their of tho day, it being: "Responsibility carriers loaded .with war material that tho Boche sent back. Still we Leadership." By the side went on to the crest in fr uit of Brown of Vanderbilt University told wives wero coming toward the vil- of a Student for streamed backward. The meeting was conducted by was another column of horse trans- - Haniel. The Germans held that it of Bluo Ilidge, its unparalleled ad- lage. The men walked slowly anil vantages, its great atmosphere, and lazily, lurching their wholo body Sergeant Hackclt and Lieut. Forrest ports going to tho rear. They were Inge. Wy got off the trucks nnd be , jammed so elosn together and going gan to dig in. Fritz shells were ils value in training Y. M. C. A. forward 'at every step. They wore er Raino. In theso Sunday night meetings at such a pace that a foolman could railing raster all the while. No- baggy, gray or blue trousers with leaders. tho men Join together in progressive hardly cross (lie road. Stragglers thing of importance happened that In tho evening speeches were loose short jackets, and shovel-shape- d .worship through scnlcnco prayers camo back by the thousands. On night. Perhaps you know that Hie given by Mr. Loamons, J. Loved hats with two Jong black velvet word came British issue rum to troops in a po Murry, and others. Tho last thin? ribbons dangling down their backs. and testimony. tho night of the on the program was an entertain- Beside them walked the women. that tho Boscho were pushing the sitiou like we wero placed. A serge British into the river at SI. Christ, ant was sent back to get our jug Mil ment given by tho girls or tho Uni- dressed in all tho gala colors of the FINE TREES tt PHILIPPINES day. Dresses which had served as About dark we left our work at Ho brought it back inside of lum versity at Patterson Hall. On Sunday there wero two ses- heirlooms and to ho worn on such Nowhere Are There More Enormous Bier and hiked to St. Christ. A long seir and kept yelling that with an sions, ono in tho morning and ono occasions as this. Tho black broadcolumn ot artillery wns lined up, other jug or nun, he could take Trunki Than In the Lowlands wanting to cross Hie river. Maybo' Haniel single-handeIn tho aftcrifoon. Tho morning ses- cloth was banded with black velvet. The next dav of the Islands. 1'he light bodices were ablazo in sion was over in lime for tho dele-galwo didn't work putting that bridge Iho Bosche straffed us all day. Dutch Until we fell lii'lr to the Philippine across, i saw Jickey Majors carry- - airplanes wero always above lit to go to Sunday-scho- ol and front with thick, heavy, brilliant tropl-ciembroidery in vivid crimsons, gold, Islnnds we hail im dtiie virgin United Ing railroad ties on their shoulders. From tho nir wo must have looked rhurch. forests belonging to the orange, blues ami greens. Over tho told mo it was necessary tor formidable Hach mnn had as many Tho delegation returned Sunday State. The Hawaiian Inland re well That nigh!, very full or inspiration ami full skirts, they woro a lino apron within Iho tropic. Hut Hie ttipucmiihx that bridge to bo finished in a hurry, rillos as ho wished to stick over the The Fifth Army had new resolves. One or tho resolu- or colored silk, some lavender, some of the Islands Is nut Mich n to Inilnee It was almost daylight when wo parapet. tions, was that tho inspiration of green, pink or cream. Thoso also the gigantic growth of. trees. There finished and got back to Brio. Tom- - thrown their guns away before they inies had como iulo our camps and bent it to tho roar. Besides, Amen tho convention bo conserved not wero embroidered. Thoir hats were are no denser nr mere enerimmt. nnyvhere In the world, how- wero setting machine guns along the cans had not learned to keep uw only in Iho heads of tho men but." tight, .brown casque over the foro-b- y expressions or lire, by effective head,"vitli a crown of black velvet, ever, tliuli are tn lie fnuilil over gritll river bank. As fast as possible wo and wero continually bobbing their Philippine lowlundK. The rolled packs nnd threw tho rest of heads up. With so many rilles action which would put into opera-- ! touched with a lllmy while. Even ureas of the still Is of oxeolve rli'hnens. the ruin-ful- l lion sorno of Iho ideals gained at tho tiniest children wero in costume our Junk into nur barracks bags, showing and so many heads bobbing Ik heavy, nnd the i llliiale coinhlneH Moving in and out among the to Induce a riotous tangle of vegeta- Willi nnn finnlcu mi mm h.nnba ivn itn Mia niilelitn.'iii iiiiibI hri vi I liruu.M tho meeting, mass ot peoplo could bo seen tho tion which Is unimaginable to thuse started toward Canines Our bags;,, whole division was blocking the,. Extract from Findings of State Stu- flguro or a beaulirul young girl, who have not actually seen It or lire wero put upon n railroad and start- - path to Amiens. Thero wero in nil mcliil (.hopper for tho wounded nt simply, but neatly dressed. She, ruinSllur only with the orderly and uu-all- ed to follow us. Germnn shellflro four hundred Ynnks nnd n few Jck- - Waller Heed hospital, Washington, dents' "Y" Conference scant growths of beenmo so strong that tho train, joys. Others Joined us later. Tho Slnco tho beginning of tho war holms, comparatively I. Tho three methods by which with a dignified gentleman or midgreat forstudent associations aro to accom- dle age, was exchanging smiles nnd the temperate zone. Ken the cut more bags anil all tho rest had lo bo second day in tho trenches tried lo with her mother, been nctlvo In Bed Tar West, which plish most for Iho development or words or greeting with the wealthy ests of the the acre thun uny otlmr nbandonod. About two o'clock in blow us off the hill. Shells fell so Cross work, both In Washington and Ihiii rd feet to burghers, tho poor peasant women, got lo Chniilnes.j rnst on the surrounding Holds that ln 1'lttt,liur"- Christian nmnliooil nro: forest lands In the world, tunnot com- the nriernoon wo 1. Blblo Study. and tho laborers from tho distant pare for u moment In luxuriance anil Acres there wero covered with im- - it reminded ono of raindrops falling The. Cni,,,nInn Y- - W. O. A. has rofarms, who had often had causo to profligacy of growth with tho tropUul inenso machine shops, engines, mo- - on w;ater. On6 could look in no 2. Thru tho Churches. feel graloful to her rather ror tho forent. They Impress you, It Is true, tors, lathes, saw and planing mills; direction without seeing rings or 3. Student Discussion Groups. ,to.?ineofSYYr0' In tho last, which is newest, 10 or kindness which ho had shown thcnC wllh having heen ninny centuries In wero in tho shops. Tho whole smoko arising. Some noiso tool Kngland wllh S) or moro women" and making, but on tho other hand tho seemed to bo ono mas3 or bolts andOnco in a while a shell 15 men gather around tho tablo Thoy all seemed so happy, for the would tenr children on tho passenger list, lowor tho very few days rank nnd enormous growths of tho they pulloys. In other buildings wcro a sector or trench away. AlrplaiHM Tho secretary fulfills the nuiiio funo weekly ror debato on Biblo ques- this was ono land tropics make yuu feel that when tho peoplo of Lorrnino woro havo ulwuys been thero slneo tho great quantities of solentillo ap- -l and snipers wero also busy. Just at " r"r '" winen ns the Y, si. o. A. tions. ''crt',Hry lin for men on transport II. Tho two questions being ask- allowed to enjoy sorno of tho freo-iloworld commenced. Tho northern for-es- paratus. Sovcral largo fields wero dusk all becamo quiet. Tho Tommies " of their own customs. It was ed every man, now nro: "What did aro reposeful ; tho troplcul jungle piled full of wiro, nails, shovols, nil snid Hint Iho Dutchmen were uuii Z woiui'M V i . , , na and In s picks, lumber, piping and muuh getting ready to como over on lib. friend to whom you do during tho war?" nnd "What becauso they so thoroughly enjoyed U suvuge, overwhelming. Uxchango. they may com! nro your pcaco plans." Wo must tho old customs and seemed bo hunothor material. I went to a French Tho sllenco, tho dusk and tho words ure in distress. returning cafo, ns soon as wo got into Guani- from tho Britishers made us uneasy. Canadians Wounded answer Ihem both in a worthy way gry lor what was rightfully theirs, If wo aro to bo counted a llvo factor that tho heart of Mario was filled homo via Portland (Mo.) will bo nes. I had been In tho cafo but a An ordor passed saying that our Moro than 1,200 convalescents and In tho Y. M. C. A. with n great yearning for tho day cared for by tho canteen and motor few minutes when a Britisher camo right Hank had been attacked and vnum? edmim,. i.. ii.,. i.i Aw.ninii III. Our Intelligence of world af- - when nil tho rond hopes of her pco nmhulunco servico of tho Red Cross In and told tho French people to bo rorcc.l back and that wo all should refugee camps at Port Said aro fed gono within an hour. Ho said that fall back. A machlno gun was by a lied Cross fairs must bo improved, for wo must plo could bo fully realized, Sho had at Portland. diet kitchen. School News from Various Departments J J ooiuiers ana dauors Letters i,, "lyl - l"c i J JiiS itr - omv,t, ' ' ..,, "''' box-enr- fellow-countryme- n. ' ,, ,, ,,, ,, ch box-car- broke-confusio- rrJlJSHhniliri ,St 1 - e Sdform fi ''c tJ gotS Si. p..., ,.n ,.,,..,.. ,,. ... ., ,, nii.. Mp vice-preside- d. es ine-growth- s iXAKSliS ; m ts March 0, 1010. TUB CITIZEN Pago Three I UriclriTenlMiily lufil made for me nnd the Terslnh looks nt ITfo rising "sunT' wondered again whnt' It wns nil nbout, I blushed nnd Mnry nnd her mother and ngnln thnt night I broke enmp and tho boy John looked nt mo nnd nnd moved further Into tho world over Inughed. tho silent trails of knowledge. "I'upr ptilchorrlmc!" Mr. Hnckct Uncle I'eabody went nwny for n few exclaimed with a kindly smile. days nfter the harvesting. Uc hnd Uncle I'eabody would have cnllcd It Ho n "stout snag." The schoolmaster hnd gone nfoot, I knew not where. returned one nfternoon In n buggy hauled It out of his brain very deftly with the grent Michael Hnckct of tho nnd chucked It down before me In a Hnckct was a big. kind of chnllcnge. Canton academy, brawny, redhnlrcd, kindly Irishman "Whnt does thnt monn?" I naked. with n merry heart nnd tongue, the "You shnll know In n week, my son," Intler having n touch of tho brogue of he answered. "I shall put you Into tho green Isle which ho hnd never seen, the Latin class Wedncsdny morning, for he hnd been born In Massachusetts nnd God help you to like It ns well ns nnd hnd got his education In Harvard. you like Sally." ' Ho was then n mnn of forty. Again they laughed nnd ngnln I "You're coming to me this fall," ho blushed. said as lie put his hand on my nrm nnd "Hold up ycr bend, my brave lad," gnve me n little shake, "I.ndl you'vo he went on. "Ye've n perfect right to Mmm or got n pair of shoulders! Ye shnll live like Hally If ye've n heart to. WH HOtDtN. Ml AND I. VKtUL Of THE BlXtttD ISLtV In my house nn' help with tho chores mmo ur vith unit, etc nc "A lad In his 'teens If yo wish to." ccmiOKt MiHinntviwTai rtvwo wooua Will never know beans grand," snld Uncle I'ea"That'll be If ha hasn't an eye for the girls." me. Wo wulked down to tho brook body, but, 8YNOPSI8. as to myself, Just then, I It wns n merry supper, nnd when It and up Into the maple grove nnd bock knew not whnt to think of It. ended Mr. Hnckct rose nnd took tho CIIAPTUn I Burton Ilsynrs, orphan, through the meadows. nooic one. Is taken to live with tits uncle, I'eabody green chair from the tnhle, exclaim end The beauty of thnt perfect day was llsrnrs, and till Aunt Deri on r farm on ing: lUttleroari In a ntlKliborhood called upon her. I remember thut her dress BOOK TWO "Mlchnel Henry, God bVsi you!" about th year Ilarton meets wns bloslike the color of Its tlreweed Hally liunkelberr, about his awn axe, but Then he kissed his wife nnd snld: socially of fi class nliavo the Haynrscs, soms nnd thnt the blue of Its sky wns ! I've "Mngglo, you rose and li fssclnateu by the pretty faro In her eyes n ml the yellow of tho sun- Which Is the Story of the Prin- been all day In wildstudy. ofI Erin tnkc and tine clothes. must the light In her hnlr ami the red of Its cipal Witness. n walk or I shall get nn exnlted nbdo-memeeta novlnir CHAITnil In her cheeks, I remember how Kate, known In the rielRhborhood a the clover One Is badly bentcn In the race the August breezes plnyed with her "Ullent Woman." Amoa Urlmahaw, young CHAPTER VIII. o' life when his nbdomen gets nhend on of the richest man In the township, hnlr, Hinging Rn golden curving strands la a. visitor nt the llaynes home, and of his toes. Children, keep our young Itovtn Kite tells the fortuns of the two about her neck anil shoulders so that In Which I Meet Other Great Men. friend happy here until I come bnck, boys, predicting a bright future for liar-to- n It touched my fnce, now nnd then, as It wns n sunny day Inte In Septemand death on the Kalluwa for Amos. nnd mind you, don't forget tho good Itrproved for an act of boyish mischief wo walked I Somehow the rustic of ber tin which Aunt Deel nnd Uncle y fellow In the green chnlr." Ilarton runs nwur. Intending to make his her dress stnrted u strnngo vibration took me nnd my little pine chest liomo with thn lunkelbcre. He reaches Mnry helped her mother with tho In my spirit. I put my nrm nround her with nil my trensurcs In It to the vilthe village of Canton and falls Into a dishes, while I sat with n book by tho sleep of eihauatlon on a porch. There waist and she put her nrm nround lage where I wns to go to school nnd fireside. Soon Mrs. Hnckct nnd the he la found by Alias Wright, Jr.. prominent man In public affairs, who, knowing mine ns we ran along. A curious feel- live with the family of Mr. Michael children enme nnd sat down with me. I'eabodr Darn's, tnkrs Ilarton home af- ing came over me. I stopped nnd Hnckct, the schoolmaster. ter buytnif him new clothes. "Let's play backgammon," Mary proloosed my arm. I remember the sad excitement of posed. "It's very warm!" I said ns I picked thnt ride to the village and nil the CITATTnn and his uncle "I don't want to," snld John. and aunt llt Canton and hear Silas a stalk of flrcweed. words of advlco nnd counsel spoken Wright read a. sermon. "Don't forget Michael Henry," she Whnt wns there nbout the girl which by my nunt. reminded. las CHAPTER Wrteht evinces so thrilled me with happiness? I remember looking In vain for Sally "Who Is Michael Henry?" I nsked. much Interest In Ilarton, and ends a box She turned nwny and felt the rib ns we passed the Dunkelbergs'. I reof books and msKailnrs to the Itaynes "Sure, he's the boy that has never home. The election of Blla Wright to bon by which her hnlr wns gathered member my growing loneliness ns the been born," snld Sirs. Hnckct. "He the United States senate Is announced. nt the bnck of her head. dny wore on and how Aunt Deel stood ,vas to be the biggest and noblest of After a moment of silence I ven silently buttoning my coat, with tears them kind nn' helpful nn' cheery CirAPTnrt nartnn Is twelve years old he becomes awsre of the exturcd : rolling down her cheeks while I hearted nn' beloved o' God nbove all istence of a wonderful and mysterious "I guess you'vo never fallen In love." lenned bnck upon the gnto In front of the others. We try to live up to hltn." power known as "Money," and lesrns how, through his possession of that won"Yes, I have." the Hucket house, on Ashery lane, try- Hu sco,ne(j t0 me very strange and derful thing Clrlmshnw Is the most power"Who wlthr ful and greatly dreaded man In the comIng to net like n mnn nnd rather Wonderful crenture-th- ls Invisible munity, most of the settlera being In his "I don't think I daro tell you," she my poor success. Uncle cuput f the green chnlr. of debt. After a visit to the Hayne homo answered, Rlowly, looking down ns she Mr. Wright leaves a nota In a sealed en. , kmw mw whnt i know not then I'eabody stood surveying the sky In velope, which Ilarton Is to read on the wnlked. silence with his bnck townrd us. He ,,mt tlelint'I Henry was the spirit of first night when he leaves homo to at"I'll tell you who I lovo If you wish," tumeu nnti nervously mew our. nis tend school. their home nn Ideal of which the I said. breath. Ills lips trembled u llttlo as empty green chnlr was a constant reIs asked to CIIAPTKn "Who?" lie said: drive a Inud to milt arrives safely, but minder. "You." I whispered the word nnd In n, snowstorm, unable to see the road, "I dunno but what It's goln to We played backgammon and "old get Into the ditch and n wns afraid she would laugh at me, but the horaea rain." wheel of the wagon Is broken. Uncle mold" und "everlasting" until Mr. ' IVahody manages to get together she didn't. I wntched them ns they wnlked to enough to satisfy Qrlmshaw and obtain We stopped and listened to the song the tnvcrn sheds, both looking down xincket returned. an extension. The sealed envelope which Mr. at the ground und going rather un-- 1 Wright hud left nt our home, a long What n fearful word It wns Oint I steadily. Oh, the look of that beloved time before that day, was In my pocket. hnd spoken! Wlmt n panic It mnde In pnlr ns they wnlked nwny from me I At last the hour had come when I the little doorynrd! The mnn gasped the look of their lennlng bends 1 Their could open It and rend tho message nru! Jerked the reins unit shouted to silence nnd the sound of their foot- of which I had thought much and his horses and began swearing. The step's nre, somehow, a pnrt of the pic- with a growing Interest. woman utlerel n Utile scream nnd the ture which has hung nil theso years I rose und snld thnt I should like to ran crying to her side. children In my memory. go to my room. Mr. Ilacket lighted The physical fncts which nre further Sally Dunkelbcrg nad her mother n cnndle mid took mo upstnlrs to a related to this tragedy nre of little came along nnd sutd that they wero my chest hnd been little room liniment to me now. The stranger was clnd I had come to school. I could dej.Mslted. where There were In the room a dead and we took his body to our homo not talk to them, nnd seeing my trouble u chair, a portrait of Napoleon nnd my uncle pet nut for the constable. they went on. Sully waving her hand bed, on which Over nnd over ngnln thnt night I told to me as they turned, the corner below. Bonaparte nnd a small tnble were n dictionary, n Bible und a numthe story of the shooting. Wo went to I felt n shamed of myself. Suddenly I aWUt school books. the scene of the tragedy with lanterns heard the door open behind me und tho ber of "These were Mury's books," sdld Mr. ii ml fenced It off nnd put some men voice of Mr. Ilacket: your uucle that ye on guard there. "llnrt," he culled, "I've a friend Ilacket. "I told could use them nn' welcome." In tlui morning they found the hero who has something to say to you. I snt down und opened the sealed footprints In the damp dirt of Coino In." envelope with trembling hands and the road nnd measured them. The I turned and went Into the bouse. found In It this brief note: whole countryside wan nil re with ex"A way with sadness laddie buck !" citement nnd searching the woods nnd "Dear Partner: I want you to ask exclaimed as he took his violin from he field" for the hlghwnyninn. Its case while I sat wiping my eyes.' the wisest man you know to explain The stranger was hurled. There wns "Away with sadness! She often raps these words to you. I suggest thnt nothing upon him to Indicate his name nt my door, nnd while I try not to be you commit them to memory and think or residence. Weeks passed with no rude, I always pretend to be veryi often of their meaning. They are from news of the man who hud Hlnln him. I busy. Just a light word o' recognition Job: "'Ills bones are full of the sins of bad told of the gun with it piece of by wny o' common politeness! Then' wood broken out of Its stock, hut no laugh. If ye enn an' do It nulckly, lad, his youth, which shall He down with him !u the dust.' one knew of nny such weapon In or an sli will pass on." 1 believe nenr Llckltyspllt. mat tney are tne most The last words were spoken In a Ono day Uncle Penbody nnd I tlrovo whisper, with one band on my breast Impressive In all the literature I have "Will You Love Me Always and rjp to Grlmshuw'a to tnnke u payment He turned the strings and played "Yours truly, of money. I remember it wns gold "Fisher's Hornpipe." What a romp "SILAS WltlGIIT, Jit." nnd .silver which wo carried In a little of a bird I do not remember what of merry music filled the bousot I suck. I nuked where Amos was nnd bird It was und then she whispered: had never heard the llko and was soon (Continued next week.) Mrs. flrlmshnw a timid, "Will you love me alwuys and for- smiling at him ns ho played. Ills bow bony little womnn who was never seen ever?" and fingers Hew In the wild frolic of Largest Tunnel In the World. outsldo of her own house said that It led me out "Yes," I answered In tho careless tho "Devil's Dream." Notwithstanding the war, the largest be was working out on tho farm of a wny of youth. of my sadness Into a world all new to Mr. Beekman near FlutUhurg. Ho had tunnel In the world Is well under Sho stopped nnd looked Into1 my eyes me. gone over on the stage, Into In June and I looked Into hers. "Now, God bless your soul, boy 1" he course of construction In France, Its to hire out for tho haying. 1 observed "Mny I kiss you?" I asked, nnd exclaimed, by and by, ns he put down object being to give Marseilles connecthnt my uncle looked very thoughtful afraid, with cheeks Ifirnlng. his Instrument. "We shall hnve a good tion with Boris nnd the Interior of waas wo rode bnck homo nod had little She turned nwny und answered: "I time together that we will. Not a the country In general by rail nnd to sny. stroke o' work this day! Come, I havo ter. The canal will provld ample waguess you enn If you wnnt to." terway for barces. The new harbor "You never had ony Idee wlp that Now I seem to be In Alnddlu's tower a guide here thut will toko us down robber wns, did yet" ho asked by nnd and to see her standing so red and to the land o' the fairies." and the cutting of a ship canal, actual- by. Then with his mlcroscono ho showed ly tunneled through solid rock for five graceful and Innocent In tho sunlight, "No I could not sec plain It was nnd that strange flro kindled by our me Into tho wonder world of littleness long miles, Joining the old harbor nnd so dusk," I said. Mediterranean to the Itiver Bhone. 't of which I had no knowledge. kisses warms my blood again. Tho swift words, "Your money or "The microscopo Is like the art o' the The Hhone s upper stretcnes arc piaciu That night I heard a whispered conyour life," came out of my memory teacher," he said. "I'vo known a good and already ore used extensively for hnd gone upand rang In It. I felt Its likeness to ference below nfter I something wns teacher to take a brain no bigger than barge navigation, but near Marseilles stairs. the scolding demands of Mr. Grim-sha- coming I knew that Is far too turbulent for anil wondered whnt It might a lly's foot an' tnako It visible to tho the streum who wua forever saying la efcommerce. A range of hills had prebo. Soon Undo I'eabody camo up to naked eye." fect: One of tho children, of which there vented the construction of a cnnal In k our llttlo room looking highly serious. enI snt, half undressed nnd rather fear- were four In the Ilacket home, called days gone by. Now, with France money or your home!" Tonr necesful, looking Into Ids fuce. As I think us to supper. Mrs. Ilacket, a stout ergized by the war and with the thereThut was like demanding our Uvea, canal emphasized because, wo couldn't live without our of tho immaculate soul of tho boy, I woman with a red nnd kindly face, sat sity for tho at one end of the table, ami between by, the tunnel Is being cut and the 's feel a touch of pathos In that scene. home. Our nil wns In It. Mr, bo will gun wns the power ho had over I think thnt ho felt It, for I remember them were the children Mury, a pret- canal begun soon 1011-1- opened. The work In was and has been us, nnd what u terrible weapon It that Ids whisper trembled a little as he ty daughter of seventeen years; Mag; Iluth, a delicate continued through the war. By this was I I credit him with never realis- began to tell mo why men aro strong gie, a canal nnd links already available, and women are beautiful nnd given In girl of seven, and Johu, u noisy, ing bow terrible. boy of five. Tho chairs were of barges can be sent from the Meditermarriage. Wo camo to the sandhills nnd then Kngllsh channel. "You'll bo fulling In lovo one o' plain wood llko the kitchen chairs of ranean to the Uncle I'eabody broke the sllenco by Baying: these days," he said. "It's natural ye Cause of Oil Rashes, "I wouldn't give fifty cents for as should. You remember llovln' Kato?" an empty one painted green. Before Oil rashes In users of cutting lubribo sat down Mr. Ilacket put his hand much o' this bind as u bird could lly bo asked by und by. cants and cooling liquids are found by on the back of this chair nnd snld: "Yes," I answered. around In a day." "A merry heart to you Michael' the British department of scientific ' "Some day when you'ro a llttlo older Then for a long tlrao I beard only and Industrial research to be generally the Bound of feet nnd wheels tnuMled I'll tell ye her story an' you'll see Henry." I wondered at tho meaning of this, due either to plugging of the small In tho sand, whllo my uncle sat look- what happens when men on' women glands at the roots ot the hairs of ing thoughtfully at the siding. When break tho law o' God. Here's Mr. but dured not to ask. Tho oldest arms and legs, or to mechanical abraI spoke to him be seemed not to bear Wright's letter. Aunt Deel asked me daughter acted us a kind of moderatoi sion of the skin by suspended metal to giro It to you to keep. You're old with tho others. me. "Mary Is tho constable of this house, particles In the cutting oil. SuppuraBefore we reached home I knew enough now an' you'll bo goln' uway to with power to urrest und halo lute tion or abscesses may result. Preschool beforo lung, I guess." what was lu hi mind, but neither, with are dusting I took tho letter and read again the court for undue haste or rebellion ot ventives and zinc oxide the skin before dared speak of It powder starch Impoliteness," Mr. Ilacket explained. People came from Canton and all WBerscriptlou ou ltu envelope: the oil, abundant after-us"To Master Burton Buyncst "I believe that Solly Dunkelbcrg Is touching and hot water, sterilizing of the neighboring villages to see and talk c' soup with me, and among them were the (To bo opened when he leaves home rour friend," he said to me presently. oil by heating to 300 degrees Fahrento go to school)." "Yes, sir." I answered. Dunkelbergs. Unfounded tales of my change to clean cutI put it uway In tho pine box with "A line slip of u girl thut and a born heit and frequent bravery bad gone abroad. ting oil. Sally seemed to be very clad to see leather hinges on Its cover which chohir. I saw you look nt her as THE LIGHT WOMEN'S COUNCIL MEETS IN PARIS French WomEighty en Guests of Y. W. C. A. for Opening Session. Well-Know- PAY AND FILE INCOME TAX BEFOREMAR. U. S. IN THE HEARING-- ' A TALE OF THE NORTH COUNTRY IN THE TIME OF SILAS WIGHT n 1 5 Internal Revenue Bureau Will Be prominent IRVING BACMELLERw or Llck-Itysp- llt n. rton Pen-bod- IV-8l- hen 2. Highly of the most women In Franco who nre Interested In nil women's problems the first meeting of the Provisional Council of the American Young Women's Christian Association, held nt Pnrls headquarters, 8 Plnce Kdoil-arVII, Jan. 30. . Mrs. Itobert Lnnslng, wife of the Secretary of Stnte, who Is first of the council, presided, cons ducting all sessions In French, ns represent of the members French associations with whom the Y. W. C. A. lies been All women In France art" looking forward to the findings of the council, ns of tremendous Importance not only to worsen In France, but ull over tho world. The purpose of the council Is to collect nnd make nvnllnhle Informa tion nbout conditions nnd needs of women, to become acquainted with wo men who nre Identified with different kinds of work and to develi p u few typical Illustrations which will set standards for future permanent work. Following nre the societies represented: Union Chretienno des Jeun Fllles, Student Movement,' Foyer des Alllees, Andes dc In Jetiuc Fllle, Council of Women. Among the delegates were Mine. Jules Siegfried, Mine. Avrll de St. Croix, Baroness Wattevllle, Countess Pourtnles and Mine. Wnldesmve of London. Mrs. William O. Sharp, wife of the ambassador to France, Is honorary chairman of the council nnd Mrs. Francis McNeil I '.aeon president pro tern. Miss Charlotte Nlven, director of Y. W. C. A. work In Ituly, Is secretary. Departmental and provincial groups will hold meetings weekly to discuss local problems, tho entire council meeting at tho end of each month. In April, at tho Inst meeting, ouch group will decide how the Information nnd experience may be used most effectively Pnrls, Feb. Gives Warning That Severe Penalties Enforced. WOMEN WITHIN LAW'S SCOPE; HOW THEY REPORT INCOME d two-third- rton In the future. nre guests nt the Hotel Petrogrnd, tho Y. W. C. A. Hostess House In Paris. Delegntes Y. W. C. A. PROMOTES WORLD FELLOWSHIP Will I Send Industrial Commission to Meet Foreign Labor Leaders. roh-hcr'- H mm tll 1 mm , ' For-ever- tired-lookin- our International thinking the Industrial life of women. The war has wrought so many changes In this that It seeias n timely thing that women interested In the larger life of our wo men workers should take counsel to gether and express their Interest with the "hope that certain minimum standards which seem essential to health and welfare among women may be agreed upon and obtained. Our War Work Council Is sending abroad this women's commission from organizations In America directly concerned with the welfare and largest Ufa of Industrial women." WOMEN BEGIN Y. W. C. A. The War Work Council of the Young Women's Christian Association plans to send an Industrial commission of women to England, France nnd Italy In April to meet prominent labor lead' ers of tlioso countries with a view to promoting world fellowship among women. The commission will be made up of Mrs. Raymond Bobbins, representing the National Women's Trade Union League of America; Sirs. Irene OSgood Andrews, American Association for Labor Legislation; Miss Grace Drake, National Consumers' League; Mrs. James S. Cushman, chairman of the War Work Council of the Young Women's Christian Association; Miss Florence Slmms, Miss Marie Wing and Miss Imogene B. Ireland, secretary to the commission, all of the Y. W. C. A., and Miss Mary Gllson, an authority on employment management. Miss Florence Slmms says In regard to the commission: "The war has forced upon us the bearing of International relationships In all things, and our touch with women In other countries has made us Include In FOREIGN TRADE COURSES Course In New York City Prepare Girls for South American Jobs. The Income Tax drive comes to a close on Saturday night, March 1f. All payments nnd returns thie nn thnt date under the provisions of the new itevchue Law must be In tho linndsof locnl Internal Revenue Collectors before their offices close thnt night. The Income Tax U being collected to meet the war expenses. F.very person who shouted nnd tooted his horn on Armistice Dny Is npw called upon to contribute his sharu of the cost of winning the wnr. The Inggnrds nnd the dodgers will fnce severe lines nnd Jail sentences. The Interim! Revenue Hurcnu Hint Its officers will check us alt up to see that every person who comes within the scope of the Income Tux law did his share. Where to Pay and File. Residents of Kentucky should make' their returns nnd pay their taxes to the nearest of the following: Josh T. Griffith, Owensboro; J, Rogers Gore, Louisville; Charlton It. Thompson Covington; Elwood Hamilton, Lexington ; John W. Hughes, Danville. Payments sent by moll should be attached to the returns and should be In tho lorm of check, money order or draft Cash payments by mall nre sent at the taxpayer's risk of loss. If you are unable to make your return personally becnuse of Illness, nt sence or Incapnclty nn ngent or lp;al representative mny make your return. If there are any doubtful point ns to your Items of Income or nllowuble deductions you should get In touch nt once with n Revenue officer or a banker for advice. Women Pay Tax. Women nre subject to nil tho requirements of the Income Tnx. Whether single or married, a woman's Income from nil sources must be considered. If unmarried or If living apart from her husband she must make her return for 1918 If her net Income was ?1,Q00 or over. If married and living with her husband her Income must be considered with the husband's In determining the liability for a return. Their Joint Income, less the credits allowed by Inw, is subject to nonnnl tax. The wife's net Income Is considered separately In computing nny surtax that may be due. Husband nnd wife fllo Jointly, ns a rule. If the husband does not Include, his wife's Income In Ills return the wife nm?t file a separate return. Severe Penalties. The new Revenue Low places severe penalties on a person who falls to make return on time, refuses to make return or renders a fraudulent return. For failure trtmnke return und pay tax on time a fine of not more than $1,000, Is numed and 25 per cent of the tax duo Is added to the assessment. For refusing wilfully to mnke return or for muktng n fulse or fraudulent return there Is a tine of not exceeding $10,000 and Imprisonment of not ex ceedlng ono year, or both. Farmers' Income Taxable. Every farmer and ranchman who had a fair or a good year In 1018 must heed the Income Tux this year. Ho must consider all his Income as, taxable. He Is entitled to deduct from his gross Income all amounts expended In carrying on his farm. The cost of farm machinery, farm buildings and Improvements cannot be deducted. The cost of live stock, either for resale or for breeding purposes, Is also regarded as Investment ( Overtime and Bonuses Taxed. Salary and wage earners must consider as taxable every Item received from employers and from other Itonuses aud overtime pay sources. are to be reported as well as the regular payments. Allowances for Losses. Losses sustained In 1018 and not covered by Insurance are deductible items If Incurred In the taxpayer's business or trade, In any transaction undertaken for profit or arising from fire, storm, shipwreck or other casualty or from theft. Grim-sbuw- SQUARE DEAL FOR EVERY INCOME TAX PAYER. D. C. Washington, "The rights of all persons now tiling Incomo Tax returns are amply protected by provisions for abatements, refunds and ap- red-face- d e I Sensing a sudden call to Jobs for American women In South America, the New York City Y. W. O. A. has opened Foreign Trade courses, Including classes In shipping, filing orders, trade acceptances, tariff, consular invoices, documents, Insurance, mall order trade and other Hues of Internato tional work hitherto left most! men. Theso classes are deslgued to needs. meet after-wa- r South America Is receiving particular attention as the Y. W. O. A. Is Informed of new Jobs that are opening In the southern countries. Many girls In New York who combine a desire to see the world with a craving for financial Independence are registering with the expectation of going there to get positions when their courses la train-laart completed. g peals," says Commissioner Daniel O. Roper. "Every person can be sure of a square deal. No person is expected to pay more than his share of tax. His share Is determined solely by the amount and nature of his net Income for 1018, as defined In the law. Refunds with will be made In every case where too much tax Is erroneously collected. "The Income Tax is 'on the level' all the way through." ft "Abatement petitions are dealt Pago Four T11K CITIZfcA Marrli 0, H)I0. f . . dresses on Sunday, Marr.h D, in the Union Church Y. M. R. A. thorp. Tho Sundny-scliowith classes Joseph Pierce and Guy Duke. Ho for all at 9:45. Preaching sorvlco Best Equipment and Service at Lowest Cost. rea soldiers recently returned from at It a.m. Wards for Men and for Women, France, arc entering tho Vocational Private Rooms, Baths, Electric Service. department. Two other soldiers, Tim Baptist Church Delbert Cook and Tevis Combs, who Stniday-scho- ol Eye, Nose and Ear at 0:45 a.m. Surgery, Care in Child-birthave been released from army campa Preaching servico at II a.m. in the United States nro also begin GENERAL PRACTICE Prayer meeting Thursday evening ning work anew In Vocational. at 7:30. We havo an lino of The H. Y. P. U. service n't 0:15. Come in and visit an establishment, which is a friend in Spring Coats, Stills and Capes, in all We extend a hearty welcome to need, and in reach of all the people. the new, colors. Eva Walden. all lo unite wilh us in theso I pn'nrlplo npplln qillte The residence Mr. Knight is sell nlI lTlW npHEmucn 10 banking ns to ' ns r lit. r i n. t ii - ing on Jackson street will mako n ivuisr-Km. u., i iiysiuum soldiers or states or governments. r - ". good home for somebody. Harlan Dudley. M. D.. Phvsician Christian Church Notes ffl Miss Agnes Moore has been ojiile Mrs. Anna Powell Hackett, R. N., Superintendent It is most fortunate thnt the Fed- Bennett and Arnold, tho evangehas MRS. HELEN bTEARN bUARPE, K. N., Assistant sick for the past few days at her lists, are preaching and singing lo Kj ii ernl Reserve Banking Systemwar. I I home on Center street... m? jl been in operation during the largo audiences every night nt 7:30. daughter, Dorothy Frances Everybody welcome. Cornel CHANGE IN HOSPITAL RATES ME The nd vantages of this orgnnizn- TLl D by name, arrived at the home of Mr. 1, the rates for board and room of private Beginning March t'on nccrue to the customers of the and Mrs. H. H. VanWinkle, Monday. aWpatients will be $15 to $18 per week. The rates for patients The question of good roads is re Er'lll'l lllfl member bnnk3 who nt the same March 3. cared for in the wards will remain the same-- $l per day. m- reiving sonio attention by way of J' V time contribute to tne strengtn ii The Ladies Missionary Society of banking system 1 argument these days. Agitation nl A of t,,c nation'snenenc oi us nro. mw By Order of Prudential Committee, Berea College. tho Baptist church met Tuesday of ""H injny nie ways precedes execution, let the this week at the homo of Mrs. Mag good words continue and the work gie Golden on Center street. may follow. Word has reached us of tho birth rllllllllK of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. S. II. If they cut off half the. passenger Combs of Lexington, on March i. m- -t trains it will relieve some of the "ZZdZkv A. B. Cornell has sold his line town girls of a lot of work and some residence on Jackson street to Wei NEWS OF BEREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM A of the dear things need rest. It is Webb of Kingston. Mr. Comett is VARIETY OF SOURCES every looking for a suilable place in which something of a chore to meet train without being lale at any of to live now. This is somewhat ol them. proposition in He rea at present Hals I Hats I at Laura Jones' store When we talked with him ho seem An exchange says that one trou New Spring ed n Utile discouraged and said it on Chestnut street. Hats Now Open. Come early to get looked now as if they would havo to ble with this world is that (here ar Scientific horse shoeing, line iron ad liv in a tent or camp under a tree, loo many people who will not cast work and repairs of all descriptions first choice. Iheir bread upon the waters unless Mr. and Mrs. John Hales had what Pete McNeil and his wife have at the College Blacksmith Shop, they are assured that it will come might have been a very serious ac Main Street, north of The Citizen come to enter school. back to them in a few days a full- Thirty-nin- e ad. Office. Berea boys attended cident last Wednesday. They were grown sandwich all trimmed with tho Slate Y. M. C. A. convention at driving out the Dixio Highway on ham, butter and mustard. their way to a sale at Bobtown when We Sell hats and sell them right Lexington. , their horse became frightened at thu Don't blame tho newspaper man ad. Mrs. Laura Jones. Miss Fairy Settle has gono to oil truck anil turned the buggy over, Mrs. J. H. Jackson, Mrs. Oris Johns Hopkins University to take a rhcy were considerably shaken up, for what happens in the community. Moore and Miss Ethel Duncan were nurse's training course. If there is anything in tho life of and Mrs. Bales received an ugly The Millinery Display that we are the place that you do not wish to go in Richmond Tuesday visiting Mrs flesh wound on her face. Slio was I). W. Jackson who is in the Gibson making includes the very newest brought at once to the hospital abroad in tho world, blame yourself Hospital where she underwent a and most novel ideas in Millinery that it exists not tho paper for for Spring and Summer. 'Nothing where the wound ,wns dressed. It saying something about it. It is the serious operation on March I. one, ad. was not considered1!! serious editor's duty to make a typographBert Johnson of Marlinton, W. Vx, has been overlooked. Fish's. Word was received this week by ical photograph of tho town each stopped over in Berea for a brief R. F. Sellers from Samuel Whitte- Fish's Announcement week, and if you lake a homely visit at the end of last week. Their Spring and Summer opening picture don't kick the instrument. moro Boggs who for threo years Mrs. Laura Jones has just returnFriday, March 13, Saturday, March 1ml try lo get a better expression was President Irost's Executive ed from Cincinnati with a full line You are specially invited, ad. on your faco tho next time. Secretary. Mr. Boggs is now atad. of spring hats. tending a Conference in Mexico City Mrs. L. C. Ga"bbard who had an Mexico, and will return to tho BOONE TAVERN NOTES attack of influenza several weeks United States about the middle of Shelby Jctt, of Richmond, died! ago is able to be around again. March. He refers to tho Missionary here last Friday night. D. V. Jackson is in Richmond this Movement and to political condiMiss Alice Ross of Peo Wee Valley week. tions and says, "It has been a most has returned for the rest of tho If you want any of the furniture interesting and illuminating experi- season. yery latest Mr. Knight has to sell, better see ence. The papers of tho United Miss Sargent entertained Mrs. him at once. do not begin to tell the truth Matheny, Mrs. Barr, and Mrs. Cle States New & Summer Miss Ethel Duncan is spending about Mexico." It is hoped wo may ment, at tho Tavern Wednesday. COME AND SEE THEM this week with relatives in town. J. W. Mitchell and wife of But have Mr. Boggs with us for at lcam Dressmaking, WANTED! Mrs. a visit so that he may more fully ler's Lodge, Tenn., were guests. ad.-3- 8 Maymo Hill, Center street. report on his observations on our Mrs. F. B. Dunbarr has been hero President Frost will address the neighboring country to the South. isiling her son. Kentucky Oil Men's Association at You must sco thoso pretty one- Mrs. J. M. Cash who lives in Lexington on Saturday evening. piece dresses in latest material and Frenchburg is here visiting friends. has arrived and is now Richmond Kentucky Subject: "What Is Oil For?" Among tho many other guests No matall the new colors at Eva Walden's. on display. Vaughn Ryan of Illinois is visitparty of Joseph Roberts and family arrived were: T. J. Darwin and ter how particular you ing his couM.n, Rufus Rutherford. ( in Berea last week from Williams- - three, Sunday, Wm. A. Worthington are and how hard to Harry B. Wall has returned from field, O, and will make their home of Annvillq, Clinton Egleheart of FOR SALE Jno. F. Dean J. W. HtrnAoB please, we have every tho army and has entered school here. They were accompanied by Equality, Miss Dorr M. Robinson of Residence, eight rooms, pantry, style and shape imagDEALERS IN REAL ESTATE here. his father, D. L. Roberts, who will New York, F. B. Dunbarr, Mr. and basement and attic. Water in kitch inable, n is to' your You will find tho latest Spring make his homo with them. They Mrs. J. W. Dooloy, Henry Moore of en. Lot 110x250. On Chestnut street, Berea, Kentucky Hats, in both material nd color, on will occupy tho Scale house, re- Louisville. advantage to make your Also, house and 13 acres display at Eva Walden's. cently moved to tho grove on Dixie selection "early, of land, one-ha- lf mile west of town We nro still selling Ileal Estate Orville Ramcy is again in school, Highway. on wallacuton pike. Must sell at In and around Herea; but soon it assuring you of the very having been released from the U. S. Laura Jones' opening will bo three RURAL CARRIER EXAMINATION MRS. W. H. BOWER. once. ad will bo impossible to get possession latest creation in navy. days this spring, March 20th to 23rd. The United Stales Civil Servico llus year, as farmers aro making Baker & Logsdon, Dentists, Berea. ad. Commission has announced an exam. FOR SALE arrangement for tho year's work. inatioif for tho County of Madison. Ky. Located in tho Baker Building. Edward K. Cook, Y. M. C. A. secHouse and lot on High street. A few more bargains in small farms Ofllco hours from 8:00 to 12:00 a.m., retary at Hitchins, was a Berea vis- Kentucky, lo be held at Richmond This is an ideal placo for a home, and city property, Como and got adp.-3- 0 and 1 :00 to 5:00 p. m. itor this week, and gave an interest- and Berea on March 22, 1910, to III! Opening March 13-1largo lot, good barn and garden, ne whilo you can, thoy will bo 4 the position of rural carrier at Alee Black is spending this week ing talk at Chapel Thursday live room houso with water and higher next year. Newby and vacancies that may with relatives below Richmond. clectrio lights. Now occupied by later occur on rural routes from Seo Dean at the Berea Bank and J. E. Gott. For price and terms ad- other post offices in the above men .Trust Co.; catch Horndorron tho fly. Sale dross D. M. Gott, Routo No. 0, Abertioned county. Tho examination deen, Miss. will bo ppen only to malo citizens Ilespoctfully, who are actually domiciled in tho FOR SALE FARM FOR SALE territory of-- a post ofllco in tho Nino laying pullets, purebred DEAN & HERNDON, Containing 101 acres, moro or less, county and who meet tho other, re Rhode Island Reds. Inquire of Miss Dealers In neal Estate, Bores, Ky. located 12 miles from Richmond, at ad.-3-- l.l quiremenls. set forth In Form No. Corwin. Dreyfus, Ky. On good road ono milo 1077. This form and application from pike. Good peach and applo blanks may bo obtained from the BARRED ROCK EGGS F. L. MOORE'S orchard, fairly good house. Good offices mentioned above or from tho eggs 1...... I have a limited quantity of I M l .. I ii.u ii anil uiiiur uiitmiiiuings; u United Stales Civil Servico Commis- for setting. Puro bred. 75 cents ncrcs cleared, tho balance in timber. adp.-3- 7 sion at Washington, D. C. Applica setting. T. A. EDWARDS. Would mako good stock farm, or' tions should bo forwarded to the will produco tobacco, corn, and, Commission at Washington at tho FOR FOR SALE general crops. One-- Jersoy cow, gcntlo and in earliest practicable (kite. First Class Repairing For particulars call on or wrilo, good condition, good milk and but T. II. Davis, Dreyfus, KyJ tor cow. For particulars apply at ndp.-3- 5 AND JACKSON STREET LEAGUE THE CITIZEN OFFICE Fine Line of Jewelry Tho Jackson Street Leaguo moots next Monday, nt 7:00 p. m., at tho FOR SALE MAIN ST. BEREA, KY. homo of Prof, and Mrs. Franei" O. Two Jacks, aged and 0 years, by uiarK. important reports aro ex- privato or publio sale, March 15, Two hundred and thirty-si- x aerM pected from (ho several committees. 1019. For particulars wrilo of good farming laud located In All interested in tho street aro iul.-3J. M. HALEY, Big Hill, Ky Madison county. Kentucky, is now Poultry RtmooV offered at a bargain price. Land L. V. DODGE, President. FOR SALE lies on good pike, has good dwelling lnt-- r I havo threo farms uround Beroi houso and all necessary K' J rui IT TM ' 8 outbuildtur u , .v.. via v for sale with corn and tobacco land. ings, a largo barn, corn crib, two r r UJi is V Wo are Iho peoplo ond aro grow If not hold by March 1, will bo for good ponds, Jl no spring, and a wed. I' Ml HIi t ir 11 (! ing gradually and sure Wo havo rent for 1019. I" ol it il m Aldni.vUU U ho pumped dry wilh a iiu 'l I ly v i n good lown to tio lo. Wo aro In adp.-3- 0. J. W. Herndon. steam engine Will produco a line ii t i; i, on rf 4U.it. s'w j excellent shape today and havo been I3UIUIC HIltllT M..luli(tM,K. quality of tobacco and splendid Drug Co. during tho panicky limes, moro so WANTED corn. All under good fence, ami 8nld "by Porter-Moothan any other town of Its sizo In Students desiring to work an hour only ono milo from railroad station. tho Slato. Thero aro no flies In our or mora a day can mako wages of and same dlstaneo from school house Get the Genuine JtfjPMPTTll town and tho wo all kick and grum moro than $1.00 per hour selling and two churches. ct. ble now and then, wo havo Just America's War for Humanity and For further particulars, call or Berea, Kentucky about tho best, tho most prosperous Life of Roosovclt. Send at onco for address, 4 oily of homes In this grand old com free outfit, F. B. Dickerson Co, Frank L. Russell, Att'y, monwealth. Now, own up haven't Detroit, Mich, enclosing 20 cents in stamps for mailing outfits. wo? Richmond, Ky. ol Sun-parloh, lo Berea College Hospital Miss Bowersox will go to Hitchins on Saturday, and will glvo two ad- with The churches ..! 3 O. '!' p a - l9Am LOCAL PAGE Berea Bank i im national yg Mmam aWMiM Best Blacksmithing 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. IN Fish's Spring MILLINERY B. E. BELUE CO. i live-roo- m thus Wanted and For We Aim To GiveN 1. J you more for your money than you can get anywhere else. Jewelry Store We know that our customers are willing to pay Farm For Sale! simply want to get what they" for good goods; they for. fl. S13 M Bowban ffli. . THEY LIKE VALUE. pajr ' III that-cann- ot re J. M. Coyle & Co. Tlllfl-porfc- Mnrch o, 1010. THE cmZKft IS PUBLIC OPINION TO BE TRUSTEU1 TINE HOME BURNED Monro on the Dixlo to Monday morning. Pago FIvo The Citizen A family Newipapcr (or all that It right true, and interesting rjf Thursilajr at llrwt, Ky. BEREA PUBLISHING r CO. (tneof por aled) WM. C. FKOST, rd.torJn-CWt- Subscription Rales I'AfAllLK IN ADVANCK . trnt lUmpi. ehanKad On. Yrar Ml Kit Muntha 60 Thrw Monthi or Kspraas Monty Srml monry hy I'ost-'ltOrdar. Draft, ItritWtartd letter, or on atl two Th datu after your nam on labrl shows to what data your utiarilptkin la paid. If It la not wtthln threa wwVaaftar rrnrwal notify as. Misslnc numWra will I gladly suppllnl If ar notlflrd Ijllirral trrms rWan to any wtio obtain haw for us. Any ona srmllni us four yrarly suuacrlptlona can racalva Tha Citlian fraa for ona yrar. Advertising rataa on appllratlon. LASTING PEACE Tho Clllen stnnds committed thn Leaguo of Nations idea in its broad outline, at least, but wo are aware, nevertheless, that on a question so large and or such momcnloUh Importance there is room for honest differences or opinion which should he respetMed. Wo nlso belinvo in the doctrine of open diplomacy, and freedom of utterance In tho public welfare, and for this reason we nn giving space to tho following letter in which the writer tJikes exception to the vole taken, at the gathering Sunday ariornoon as not really representing the sentiment of Ilerca. He also questions whether a thinking man who may dissent from the Lenguo of Nations idea should hi classed as n fool or a n. Tire destroyed the liomo of C. A. Highway here A mass meeting in the Interest ol Alitor of Tho Citizen, tilt; League of Nations was held on Dear Sir: Sunday afternoon in tlto College Chapel nt .'1:00 o'clock. Professor Hunt, ns cliairinan, in slating tlio object of llio gathering emphasized tlio necessity of being properly infornieil on the matter ol world pence, nnd America's relation to llio proposed Leaguo wliioh President Wilson is so ardently advocating as a mentis In bring it about. Prof. J. II. Robertson, In a force- , ful address, presented tho historic (anlflm tf llm .ifitriwi nmt tiinfntfitn. cd tlint n League of Nations is tlx only plan gutted to the present and future. There aro only three possible, systems of world order, the imperial, the balance of power, and tho Tho first two have failed to keep peace and it is timo to try the third. - Tito speaker maintained that tho League of Nations is not contrary to the past policy of thn United Slates hut Is a fulfillment or it. Tho plan for preventing war was outlined and emphasis placed on the factor of watchfulness and publicity which Its constitution provides. A failure to meet tho opportunity now offered was shown to bo like the act of n man offering n cup of cold water to n disabled soldier and then withdrawing it when ho was about to drink. We have been stimulating the pcoplo of the world with hopes of liberty and peace and cannot refuse to accept the burden ol withor being guilty of moral cowardice. T. J. Osliorno followed with a well prepnred and interesting paper In which ho said among other stale- -: , . .. . I; i t.. r.uiiirnin it. mill iwin .11111 i.i rope looks to America to help com-plctho task that still remains to make the world safo from military aggression. Ho deplored tho fart that Congress is disposed to make tho League a political question for party advantage. He also referred to our long standing friendship with Franco as our incentive to see that tho fruits of victory aro maifo secure, and expressed his confidence that England could bo relied upon as a loyal supporter of tho League. Doctor Raymond was thn last speaker and in some general remarks summarized the great question that is confronting America at this timo. He expressed it as his profound conviction that America must support tho League or elso bo condemned as was thn ancient monarch becnuso "weighed in tho balance and found wanting." By n unanimous vote of those present thn chairman was instructed to appoint a committee to draft a resolution favoring the proposed League of Nations, and forward tho samo to our Congressional representative In Washington. T 1 ini-riiiiito Doctor Robertson, during the course of his remarks on Sunday arternoon concerning the League of Nations, said that it was our duty to inform tho Senate or the pressuro of public opinion for the adoption of the constitution of this proposed league. Accordingly, a resolution was introduced by Doctor Ilaymond. This resolution is to be sent to the United Stales Senate as an .expression of public opinion on the part of Herca citlens. Its adoption was unanimous. JVnw fho quest Ion to bn asked Ms litis: "Should such petitions have any effect In influencing our treaty-makibody?" How many of thoo who voted for the resolution knew Just what Ihcy were voting ror? How many had read the constitution of the proposed League of Nations. How many had weighed calmly and deliberately the effect that such a step would havo on our national existence? Probably it Is best Hint tho Senate should ratify the constitution and then, again, it is barely .possible that Hie senators, who aro demanding a little more interpretation of this instrument before an unqualified endorsement, are swayed by a genuine feeling or patriotism and a sense or Tear ror such a bold step, rather than picayune politics or capitalistic greed as was intimated by Doctor Ilaymond. It is to be reared that loo many of the advocates of the proposed league of nations hold out, to an uninformed public, the Alluring and perhaps uncertain prospects ol t lasting peace and the triumphant establishment or a universal brotherhood freed irom natural greed, rare prejudice and territorial aspirations. As all realize, there wero two fide or tho proposition was presented, and lliese two points or view aro rather evenly balanced! yet, at Ihis particular meeting, whero only one side or the propoition was presented, the vote was unanimous in ravor of that side. Did the people stop to consider that counter-argumen- ts might present tho question in a jiew light? Is it not probable that had theTnecling been devoted to tho opposite point of view that this too would hnvo received practically unanimous support? Aro we not too easily swayed to ono sido or another to bo able, by concerted nclion. lo adviso tho Sennto ns to rs what shntii bo tlono? Are tho not better nrquainled with the delicate question. involved? Dt Ihev not know, belter than we, tho price to bn paid and tho reward to bo received? Is It logical to say that European ng sen-nto- The lire, which caught on the roof, was discoveretl by students, who gave the alarm. At the time of discovery It had little more than started, but on account of the lack of means lo put it nut (ho house was soon enveloped in llanies. Almost everything was saved and several doors, windows, etc., were lorn off in timo to keep them from the lire. structThe house was a two-sloure Hie worth of which was estimated at 92,000, Willi no insurance. A great many students and citizens wero on hnnd nnd wero of great aid in saving the household effects. The sad lack of facilities ror fighting tiro in Herea was again demonstrated, and sl'nuld lead to prompt measures for rulure protection. The College has shown a good spirit in offering assistance to their neighbors in case or fire, but tho supply or water and the fire fighting equipment has proven entirely inadequate in most cases to render any real service. The necessity or watching and waiting while the fire destroys a splendid house and comfortable home is not a pleasant experience and naturally leads one to devise some way lo prevent a, recurrence or such an event. Even a gootl chemical engine in working order would havo rendered valuablo scrvico in saving thagreat-e- r part of Mr. Moore's house, had it been put to work when tho flames were first tliscovcred. Fortunately, no wind was blowing or the neighboring houses in the path or the breeze would likely havo been burned. by The erection or a stand-pip- e the town or nerea, in which to store water ror protection against fire, could be accomplished at reasonable tax expense which no payer would object to. Have we not had sufilclcnl warn- ing concerning this crying need to arouse us as a town to provide protection against flro before another cosly blazo occurs. Taxes may be high, but buildin? material is higher when accompanied by the consequent loss or a de structivo fire. Shall wo prepare now for tho worst, or wait for the worst before, ry lair-mind- ed wo prepare? CLIO CLUB Tho last regular meeting ot the the residence II was guest day and the house was filled. The decorations, constituted mostly of potted plants and flags, wero, very beautiful ns well ns npproprinte, as the theme" lor tho day was "Flag History," with Mrs. Dodgo ns chair-rna- n. Wo listened flrst to Mrs. Karly who told us many interesting things about tho British flag. Then Mrs. Ilidgcway brought to us "things new ami old" and all most Instructive concerning the flag of tho French people. Who could better speak of our own American flag than our most patriotic Mrs. Dodgo who loves tho flag so truly. This program wns followed by animated conversations in groups ol two nnd more while being served with gustatory icrrcshmcnts which were enjoyed by all. Mrs. Dodgo) maintained her reputation as ono ol llio finest hostesses. Clio Club was held at or Mrs. LcVant Dodge. Tobacco Barns For Sale Don't forget the big price tobacco has been selling for. Now is the time to prepare for Frost may come before this year's crop. your barn is ready 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 We will also contract , in building material. 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 cntl Asiatic ambitions, prejudices, greed and aspirations are now chnngetl to good will, brotherly love, unselfishness, justico and right, nnd nt tho samo timo bo so tljstruslful of tho intentions or our own citizens ns to clnim Hint tho opponents of tho plnn nro either fools or Why nil tho trust In foreign intentions nnd nil tho distrust in American dissenters. To some of us it seems that the Sennto should bo left to consider tho question in tho light of cold facts nnd pure reason, and that It should not lio influenced or hampered bv unenlightened, spasmodic outbrenks Hnd Wash"of nfternoon gatherings. ington listened to publio clamor h" would nevor hnvo established our monumental policy of Isolation but would hnvo rushed to tho nssistnncn ol Frnnco in our early days. Public opinion was dissallsfled with Lincoln's conduct of the war and had resolutions ho listened to and hastily sent petitions then he would have sought an early and peaeo with tho South. Let us hnvo ns much faith in Hi" Integrity, honesty, nnd wisdom of our Sennto ns lenguo advocates havo In "Jap" pledges or "Wop" gunrnntees body and allow our treats-makin- g lo dccldo this question as It conscientiously believes. naymon T. Johnson. lea-par- ly Jones, Forest Wyatt. District 2 A. C. Daniels, chairSixth Grade: Bessie Ledrord, man; J. F. Hord, secretary. r. Dizney, Principal Nancy Godby, Rulh Johnson, Clnra District 3 Baylcss Wilson, chairOur February patriotic program Grillln, Howard Pcnningtorf. Gladys man; T. J. McKcchan, secretary. thoroughly justified ,tim6 and effort Todd, I.onic Gabbnrd, Cnrl Clarks-to- n. District 4W. A. Arbiicklc, cliairlo prepare and give it. Tho main inan; J. D. Goodloe, Jr., secretary. part of it was given by Mrs. Muticy's Seventh Grade: None. District 5 A. J. Million, chairman; end Miss FJIiolt's classes. Miss Eighth Grade: Mary Leo Wynn, J. H. Jones, secretary. Bowles and Miss Dean supplemented Ethel Wyatt, Winnie Hackclt, District 6 W. R. Ilddcn, chairfrom their classes. Elenor Van Winkle. man; H. P. Dykes, secretary. Correction: Mrs. K. F. Coyle reNinth Grade: None. A whirlwind campaign will begin minds the Principal that the comin May, in tho various school dismunity work of Miss English is untricts of the county, in an effort to KENTUCKY NEWS der the auspices of the Clio Club. securo subscriptions from the paOna) (Continued From Pge Attendance for February averaged trons or their rcspcclivo districts as Col. Hugh H. Colycr's splendid 250. Help lo make it 300. an incrcaso in salary for teachers. Brother Hudspeth led chapel Fri- farmhouse burned down at his placo day morning. on the Speedwell pike, about noon UNITED STATES NEWS The 0th and Clh grades have or- Saturday. Colonel Colyer said that (Continued From Fags One) ganized for special Friday evening ho valued the placo at about $5,000 any chosen to embarrass tho Adminisprograms with Maurice Canfleld or $6,000 and ho did not carry protection on it. Ho has no idea tration of tho Government, to imfor president. toMiss Bowles and her class, how the blaze started. Mr. Chris-ma- n, peril the financial interests of tho gether with tho Principal, wero inwho has tho placo rented, was railway systems of tho country. town with his family at tho timo vited last Friday afternoon to attentl In President Wilson started on his tho February program of tho 7th the blazo was discovered, and nothnnd 8th grades nt Knapp Hall. It ing could be done lo save cither tho return trip to Paris on March K, was pronounced a suqeess down house or Mr. Chrisman's household after adjournment of Congress had marked tho close Tif Ills' tremendouseven to the details of the refresh- goods. ly busy week at the capital. Tho ments. Thanks. Tho school lunch seems to be Wild rumors that havo been cir- President's train pulled out of tho growing in popularity. Tho chil- cuited the past week at Camp Zach-ar- y station promptly at 2:00 o'clock. Ho dren cleaned up so completely FriTaylor that the Field Artillery had been given enthusiastic ova-lio- ns by crowds as ho and Mrs. Wilday that our invited guest, Brother Central Officers' Training School Hudspeth, could get only n frag- would go out of oxislenco in tho son left tho White House and as ment ol a dinner. near future wero given the quietus they passed through the station. Parents please nole the grades on upon tho return of Col. Arthur H. Director General Hines, commentcards brought you this week to be Carter, commandant from Washing recently on the failure of Consigned and returned to teachers. ington. gress to pass tho $750,000,000 apMako an investigation if any other Colonel Carter officially announcletters nppear except E or O. ed that the school will bo maintain- propriation for Iho Railroad AdminLast week we all enjoyed words ed indefinitely. It will not bo mov- istration, said ho had not comt lo of greeting and a brief visit from ed lo Camp Knox, at Stilhton but any conclusion concerning tho Govd. Mrs. Nancy Dunn Shelton of will remain at the local cantonment. ernment's future courso in regard Tho officials of tho institution to Iho railroad. Other AdministraMiss Huff nnd Mrs. Clnrk visited are working on the basis that tho tion officials, however, wero studytraining school at Knapp Hall last length of tho course will be onei ing tho War Financo Corporation act with n view to determining Saturday. year. whether that corporation has auMisses Martha Dean nnd Bertha thority to mako advances to tho Scale spent Saturday and Sunday J. B. Kinloy, of tho Department of railroads and eliminate the necesin Lexington. addressed officers nt sity of premature relinquishment Miss Elliott visited Mrs. Judgo the Interior, Camp Zachary Taylor recently at by the Government, Baxter at llichmond Saturday and tho offlccis' club at tho Y. M. G. A, i Sunday. explaining plans of tho. department Sena'tor Lodge, of Massachusetts, Tho following is the Honor Roll lo establish soldiers on reclaimed the Republjcan leader, brought tho for the sixth month ol school: farming tracts. s long Senalo debate on tho League of Noel Cruso, Lewis First Grade: Tho plan is to give every dis- Nations to a climax Monday with King, Delta Combs. Anna Huff. charged soldier who has any tho introduction of a resolution Second Grade: Jas. B. Moore, Roy to own a homo of his own the proposing that tho Senalo record Viars, Howard Jackson, Clarence years at itself against acccptanco of tho Jones, Convy Anderson, Edna Cade, opportunity to work a few good wages and at tho end pick out leaguo constitution as now drawn., Alma Lake, lna King, Hazel French, in a settled community, Ho rend to tho Scnato tho names or Nannio Grant, Grnco Pennington. a farm homo with all advantages of good roads, thirty-seve- n members of tho now Margaret Gabbard. near noigbbors, Scnato which will pass on tho peace Mnmio McKinney, nearby markets and Third Grade: any of tho hardships of treaty, who, ho said, had signed or Eula Mao Peters, Arthur King, Her- without only approved tho resolution. Arthur, Dorothy Kindred, Mar- pioneer life. But tho farms aro bert for men who will work for them shall Robinson. WORLD NEWS William Haley, and work on them. Fourth Grade: (Continued From Fego One) Willard Combs, Lucy Johnson, Sisie u At a meeting of trustees of tho six planning to hold an international Grant, Nellio Hayes, Mnssio ire, Lucille Stephens, Nora Mar- educational districts of Madison council in Gcnova, Switzerland, shall, Ellen Best, Gcnova Jackson, county, held in tho office or County shortly after tho peace is signed. Superintendent or Schools B. F. Tho object of this meeting will bo Lillio Mae Anderson. FifthGrado: Robert Wilson, Elza Edwards, tho following wero elected to adjust all tho affairs I connected with its war program and to adopt Muncy, Rulh CJiasloen, Robert Led-for- d. in their respective districts: District 1 R. O. Mobcrloy, chair- n policy for tho activities of tho Susio Robinson. Howard WildSociety in tho fuluro. er. Mable Scale, Ruth Jackson, Evn man; Ouinn Covington, secretary. E. Ilicli-monde-si- ro Mc-G- PUBLIC SCHOOL NOTES f SOLDIERS OF THE RUSSIAN RED ARMY IN MOSCOW TIiIh luiugruili, iinu nf iW llrst of lu kind to rtitcli tins coitn'ry wIiowk Hie Red uriny pointer the "common people" lu the streets of Moscow. Tim scene Ik uettr the Kremlin. uitm-liliii-; Pago Six TUB C1TIZKN March 0, 1919. MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spence, Farm Demonstrator nnd Special Investigator FARMERS' NIGHT SCHOOL SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE 1st Door HOME DEPARTMENT Conducted by Miss MnrRnrct Oizncy, Director of Home Science Thh panned fruit may bo use I in many ways in dessert making. Sometimes some ono comes in unexpectedly and tho housewife has to bring out two of th precious cam of fruit whero ono might bo pieced out nnd made to serve the additional guest. There aro many ways of using fruils in this way. Biscuit dough may bo baked in round cake pans, split opon and buttered, filled with the canned fruit ami served with whipped cream or plain rreani. Then there nro the' whips. Take nboul n half pint of cream, be sure it is tho day old npd whip It with an egg healer until it will fill n pint Jar. ir It beats up too still thin It with some milk. Mash nboul a pinl of canned fruit through n sieve, Juice nnd all, and mix with the cream. This is Just ns dellcloiB as is the cream. ( Again, if you are in a hurry, whip the cream and serve it on tho top of tin- - canned fruit. Cream should bo given tho children ns they need the fat content which it eonlains. It is n very poor policy for a farmer to sell all his cream and leave the family with milk which eonlains no butler fat. Butter fat is absolutely essential lo the growth of young children nnd so Is whole milk, (hat is milk from which the cream has not been taken. Gelatin, tapioca, cornstarch and flour may all he used to thicken the fruit juice 'of canned fruit. Tim fruit may be run through n colander or chopped or served whole. Blackberry Juice makes an especially nice tapioca, or gelatin in families where there are children. This method of serving removes the seeds without taking nwny the mineral value of the fruit. Prune and Pineapple Marmalade Two pounds of good prunes, two pounds of graled pineapple, two pounds of granulated sugar, one teaspoonful of salt two tnblospoon-ful- s of lemon juice. After washing the prunes in hn! water put them into a sauce pan anil cover with cold water; place on the back of the rango and cover the sauce pan; let simmer until soft. Remove the stones, return the prunes to the water and boil slowly for half an hour. Mash through a strainer; then return to the sauce pan; add sugar, salt, and pineapple boil slowly for one or two hours or until thick; add the lemon Juice last. Peach Rice Pudding Boil one pint of rice. When thoroughly doiu stir into it two and a half cups of sugar and a salt spoon of salt, then beat well with a wooden ppoon. Wet nil oval mold with cold, water, press the rice into it, nnd sell away in a cold place until needed, Make a syrup of a cupful of sugar, a pint of water and the julco of two lemons. Boil this until it is dear. At serving time turn out tho rico on a fiat dish, arrange tho peaches around it and servo with Lady Fingers. Fruit Pudding One cupful of fiour, ono cupful ol cupful of sugar, ono milk, nno-ha- lf Inhlespoonfiil of butler, two of baking powder. Mi rdl the ingredients together. Fill n baking dish with any desired kind of canned friiil, pour the batter over the fruit nnd bake a nice brown. Serve with milk nnd sugar. Poach Salad Drain the Julco from n can of peaches. Fill tho hollow of tho halves with chopped English walnut. Serve on n lelluco leaf, with snhul dressing. Trult Julco Pudding Toko the juice from n can of nny sort of fruits. Add to it one-ha- lf eup of water, put in the saiicn pan and heat. Mix one cupful of sugar and 3 heapiiu; lablespooiifuls of Hour llinroughly, and gradually pour into the hot fruit Juice, stirring briskly Cook live minutes. nil the tune. I'our into molds nnd servo cold with rich cream, or whipped cream. Fruit Pulls Two cups of Hour, two tenpoon-ful- s of baking powder, two tablo- -j spoonfuls of sugar, one of salt, one egg nnd enough sweet milk lo make a batter that will drop from the spoon. Butter live gups and into each put n spoonful of hatter, then some sort of fruit, then moro bnlter leaving room at the top of tho eup for the pulT to rise. Steam twenty-fiv- e minutes and serve with sweetened crenm. Grape Whip (Ine-hn- lf box of gelatin, one pinl, cup of cold of grape juice, one-ha- lf cup of sugar (or water, one-ha- lf less if the grape Julco is very s wee 11. represented. Tho Farmers' Niglit School, lipid In tho scaffold Cano coniniunily, was a success. Tho atlendanro nver-oge- d 07 for tho week. Tho entire program was carried out a9 arrang. cd. Tho greatest number attending in one night was 107. Tho school children each evening, opened tho meetings by singing. This added much to the program in getting everyono tuned for the evenings' discussions. The following were subjects discussed during tho week: Field and Garden Seeds, Soils and Fertilizers, Feeding of Cows, Milk as Food, Crop Rotation and Cultivation, Live Stock Cattle, Hogs, Sheep, and Poultry, Fruit Growing, and the Boys' and Girls, Agricultural Club. Tho week closed on Saturday night, February 22, with a community organization consisting of a board of directors, and olllcers of tho community club also olllcers of the boys' and girls' club. There were ten committees Included in the organization, as follows, consisting of two membeis each: Membership, Buying, Community Fair, SoH Improvement, Field Crops, Live Stock, Education, Club Work, Home Economics, Socials, and Garden Crops. The Monday following, the first public demonstration was held at I. H. Martin's, pruning apple trees aud grape vines. There wero fourteen people present. Mr. Strong, tho teacher, with nine of bis advanced students were there. This is tho second Farmers' Night School held at this place and tho first community organization. Plans have been made by the community through this organization for Farmer Night School next fall. This community, through such an organization, is now actively at work along the constructive line in every way that goes to build up a desir-ab- lo community. Agricultural Directors' Meeting The Hoard of Agricultural Directors of Southern Madison county will meet in the Uerea Bank & Trust Company building Saturday afternoon at two o'clock. Tins is a very important business meeting. All farmers interested are invited to attend this meeting. Wo want ovorv section of Southern Madison county ponds, upon tho condition of tho season. Alfalfa will make better bay if tho land will grow it, but on account of causing entile to bloat alfalfa is not so safe and will not stand as bard pasturing as will sweet clover. Therefore, taking it nil around, I do not believo there is n crop that will surpass sweet clover for forage, liny nnd pasture for the average farmer M. L. Spink Straw Is Good Feed The high prices paid for rough- ago for work stock has slarled some interesting experiments in the feed ing of oats straw. The Missouri Iixperimont Station fed farm work horses oats straw for six weeks nnd then changed to a mixture of equal parts of clover and. timothy hay for the same length of time. The grain fed during both periods was the same. Apparently the horses did just as well on oats straw as on hay for roughage. These experiments open up a new Held in regard to the feeding of work stock especially during the winter months. If straw can b used one-ha- lf of tho time for feed ing work stock, the saving of time, labor and land will lie huge. Of course, it is not necessary to tell the farmer who has bandied stock for years that during the heavy spring work oats straw is not heavy enough to feed. One advantage of feeding straw in winter is due to the fact that it is less palatable and the horses there fore do not gorge themselves on it as they will do with good hay. Also the straw supplies a seasonal variety. Continuous feeding on nny one ration, even though it contains tho best of bay, becomes monotonous after awhile. Blood Will Tell One commercial poultry farm in Berea's Vocational Schools to your money-earning Training that adds general education. power, combined with . FOR YOUNG MEN Agriculture, Carpentry, Bricklaying, Printing, Commcrco and Telegraphy. Uomo Science, Dressmaking, Cooking, FOR YOUNG LADIE3 Nursing, Stenography and Typewriting. 2nd Door Berea's Foundation School General Education for thoso not far advanced, combined with some vocational training. No matter what your present advancement, wo can put you with others Ilka yourself and give chance for most rapid improvement 3rd Door Berea's English Academy Course For thoso who aro not expecting to teach and who are not going thru Collego and desire more general education. It also gives tho "best general education for thoso who wish a good start in study and expect to carry it on by themselves. 4th Door Berea's Normal School This gives the best training for thoso who expect to teach. Courses aro so arranged that young pcoplo can teach through Uie summer and fall and attend soliool through tho winter and spring, thus earning money to keep right on in their courses of study. Read Dlnsmoro's great book, "How to Teaoh a District School.1 5th Door v Berea's Preparatory Academy Course Tliis is the straight road to College best training in Mathematics, Science, Languages, History and all preparatory subjects. The Academy is now Berea's largest department 6th Door A Berea College This is tho crown of tho whole Institution, and provides standard courses in all advanced subjects. For Temporary Raise in Board is forced by war conditions. years the board has remained tho same in Berea, but the unusual situation in which tho wholo country finds itself now makes it impossible for us to live on the same money as we have in the past This adds $15430 to tho former expenses of tho girls and $24.60 to the expenses of tho boys, for tho year, but still leaves tho cost half that at other schools and "cheaper than staying at home." twenty-fiv- e PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental feo and room rent by tho term, board by the half term. Installments are as follows: SPRING TERM STILL BELIEVES IN SWEET CLOVER Mr. itobert Spenco County Agent, If it is impossible for any young man or young woman to be settings of pure bred S. C. Rhode Islapd Red eggs at $1.00 per in school the full year, by all means ttiey should enter for a course dur This clover will grow on pooror terms. soils than other clovers, but like sotting. Timo probably wanted:.... ing tho winter and spring all other clovers tho land must not Tho public schools will close about Christmas and the teachers lie wot and sour. It is a good and advanced pupils should not be idle through tho long winter smothering prop, as practically no months but should be studying in Berea where tho best education can Mares Pay Best weeds will survive in a good stand Kentucky farmers uso be gotten for least money. Numbers of of sweet clover. mules for practically all of their -niin.n. ... N)H - (and a testimonial ihowina that thay art " AlljlUVWIM " " kHnn nr After trying several methods and farm work. When mules and big of good character. This may bi timo of seeding I would adviso plant- strong marcs sold for about the above 15 years old, in good health and a v. fnrmnr Rnrna student in aood standina or some rellablf ing early in tho spring with a Iigtit same price, tho mulo was probably .i neighbor. The use of tobacco is 1 strictly forbidden. nurso crop in corn stubblo ground. a paying proposition on tho farm. teacher or a . n a.. i For information or irienaiy auvice wnie wj me cecrewrj, Disk in tho nurso crop (spring bar- But today mulos aro selling sky-hiley, 5 pecks per aero; or oats, not whllo borso stock is very much MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Ky. pecks per aero). over Follow cheapor. It will pay tho' fannor to this with tho sweet clover seed sit down and flguro on tho basis of ,a (preferably wlilto sweet clover 15 using good big marcs and having tIII II... Minmnii irnrilen. . noi)I)V!r bllt spring are almost certain to give D " .HtU VU" to 20 pounds por aero) without any some lino mulo colts as well as work does apply to tho Flanders poppy. somo member of tho housohold a . ..t I lwm ir - woll developed caso of gardon-fovo- r. ti ufurther covering. Tho idea being out of tho stock on tho farm at the Humor nas u 11 mai. many i i tho clover seed will find tboir way end of tho season. liinnliw. onlillora nrn lirillL'illlT llOIUO Oardcu plans mean seed should bo purchased, garden tools into tho ground as deep as they with them seed of this plant because selected and brightened and sharpened, aud tho. need to go from tho rains that folRight Now it grows on many of tho battlefields garden Prune luid out in long rows so tho low. By planting early In tho spring March is perhaps tho ideal month abroad. In Europo it is a most work may bo dono with the least tho soil will contain sufficient mois- in which to pruno fruit trees as It i...i,ininnin urnnil. fit America it .1 v.. 11 UUIJIVOW.I.W ture to gormlnato all tho hard clover is such a short timo beforo growth might grow and spread even moro amount of labor. seed at ono timo and thereby got an starts and tho wounds begin to heal. rapidly than did tho English sparEconomical Daughter. ovon stand. Tho main reason in Cure must bo used in pruning to row. Don't plant tho Flanders pop"But when I was courting you you using a nurso crop Is thai it will mako a nice smooth cut just as closo py. didn't need ao much gus," said the retard tho growth of weeds, and by to tho lateral branch as possible. young husband. cutting it whllo tho grain is in tho Do not uso an ax to pruno your Garden Fever Is Due "No, dear," replied the aweet young milk stago it enables ono to got fruit trees nor depend upon tho Mn nnn nvrtr lllllldft IL llOIIIO Willi- - thing tie called wife. enough good hay from tho field to mules to pruno thorn. Both may do out tho making of very caroful "You were satisfied then to sit In K'nlllinn should n ttanleil b) the darkened room with me, Now you pay for tho cost of putting in tho damugo which it will tako years for ..! wholo crop. If tho grain is allowed tho treo to outgrow. mado without a plan, because tho want every gatburner In the house to mature it draws moro moisturo garden Is tho most vaiuauio piece oi lighted." "Well, you must remember, Henry, from tho soli which Is needed by tho tho land. Now Is tho timo to plan that my father Is not paying for tula Don't Plant Poppies young clover plants. Of course it is Tho abovo caution does not apply a gardon for tho first soft days of gai now." Yonkera Stateaman. to bo remembered that much do- Hold. gh 1 Berea, Ky. In reply to your request for a statement of my opinion of sweet clover after trying it for several yoars, I wish to make the following. summary. Sweet clover makes excellent pasture for all kinds of live- stock. Ono aero of sweet clover will furnish as- - much grazing as five or six acros of ordinary averago pasture. It resists drouth remarkably well, and it furnishes tho earliest pasturo in the spring nnd tho best late pasture, resisting freezes that would kill most other pasturo crops. As for hay, sweet clover will compare very favorably with any of tho other clovers, and other things being equal it will yield considerably moro hay than any of tho other clovers. All live stock will eat it readily. It has been noticed that stock will' eat tho cured hay in prcf-eronto tho green clover in tho co creased the average production of 1,000 pullets 39 eggs by simply usins male birds out of bens that bad laid over 200 eggs in one year. Thirty-nin- e extra eggs from 1,000 pullets means an increase of 39,000 eggs and most of them coming during the winter months when eggs are high priced. This was accomplished bv taking no chances on the blood of tho roosters. If you keep 100 pullets and could increase their production 39 eggs each, could you not afford to pay $5.00 or 810.00 eacli for male birds with a reliable pedigree showing big egg production? Three thou sand nine hundred eggs at 35 cents per dozen is SI 17, nnd that much cash will buy a great many good roosters. The Experiment Station, at Lexington, is planning to supply a largo number of farmers with pedigreed cockerels out of hens that are big egg producers. Birds of tha following breeds, S. C. Rhode Island Reds. White Wyandotles, White Plymouth Rocks, S. E. White Leghorns, will bo sold next autumn at nominal prices. Tho following aro Divisional Secretaries of tho Berea R. I. Red Poultry Association: Mrs. R. C. Coomcr Speedwell, Ky, Mr. Wm. Carl Hunt, Berea, Ky, Mr. S. P. Caudill, Conway, Ky, Thoso who desire eggs may communicalo with them by filling out tho blank below or writing to Robt. F. S'pcnco, County Agent. egg-layi- ng Expenses for Boys VOCATIONAL AND FOUNDATION SCHOOLS ACADEMY AND NORMAL CIlLLrOK Incidental Feo Room $ 5.00 $ 6.00 9 7.00 5.00 10.00 5.00 10.00 5.00 iO.OO Board, 5 weeks Amount duo March 26, 1019 . . . Board, 5 weeks, duo April 30. . Total for Term Incidental Feo Room 20.00 10.00 21.00 10.00 22D0 10.00 32.00 9 7.00 5.00 '$30.00 $31.00 6.00 5.00 8.75 19.75 Expenses for Girls 3 5.00 500 8.75 18.75 Board, 5 weeks Amount due March 26, 1019 . . . Board, 5 weeks, duo April 30.. Total for Term 8.75 8.75 8.75 20.75 8.75 '$2750 '12850 t2950 This does not includo tho dollar deposit nor money for books or laundry. Corner rooms $1.00 more. Special Expenses in Addition to Incidental Fee Business String Winter Fall $10.00 $14.00 $12.00 Stenography and Typewriting 10.00 12.00 14.00 Bookkeeping (brier course) 5.00 6.00 7.00 Bookkeeping (regular course) Business course for students in other departments: ,0-7.50 9.00 Stenography Typewriting, with ono hour' 5.00 6.00 7.00 use of instrument Com. Law, Com. Geog, Com. 1.50 1.80 Arith, or Penmanship, each.. 2.10 In no case will special Business Fees exceed $15.00 Cover the gelatin with cold water hour. and let it soak for one-ha- lf Add the sugar and stand the mixture over hot water and stir until dissolved. I'our In the grape juice, put aMde until partly Jellied, then beat with an ordinary egg whip until tho whole mixture Is like the wlilto of nn egg. Turn at once Into n mould Orange may bo so n. to harden. substituted for the grape Juice, and makes n very delicate dessert. Blackberry Pudding Sift two cups of (lour with two level teaspoons of baking powder teaspoon of butter nnd and one-ha- lf moisten wilh ono cup of milk to which one beaten egg lias Iieen added. Butter a deep baking dish, put in a layer of blackberry Jam, cover with the halter and repeat until nil is used, ending with a top layer of baiter. Bake in a rfuick oven and serve it with sweetened cream. Women War Workers Must Be By MRS. ROSALIE LOEW WHITNEY Safe- guarded During Reconstruction Period per term. I desire All students do some work with their hands from six to sixteen hours a week as janitors or in the farm, carpenter shop, printing office, laundry, boarding hall, office, etc., and receive pay which reduces their expenses. young man or young woman can get an education Any at Berea if there is tho will to do so. able-bodied Now that tho soldiers aro starting homo from tha front tho first effort that should bo mado in the demobilization of tiie army of women who havo been doing war work is to insure their return cither- to other work or to domestic life under favorable conditions. Thcro should bo no general throwing out of women from tho work in which they have been engaged, either in tho munition or other factories or in tho oflico work at tho national capital and other centers. Tho samo splendid military regulations governing the demobilization of tho men - in the army should govern tho demobilization of tho woman's army. My opinion is that women who have gono into business, cither for patriotic or economic reasons, will remain in industry of somo kind. By this I do not mean they will, in retaining their position, cxcludo tho mcnfi who havo given up thoso positions for tho ecrvico of tho United States and who will return when peace is established. There will bo no sex controversy. Tho readjustment will work gradually, and as for tho women, as a wholo, there is no fear that thoy will cscliow domestic life. Tho most important duty of women during this period is to help in every way aud to watch and mako euro that such legislation as will insure tho protection of women, as tho great foundation of humanity, is pasted and properly administered. Outclatted Joteph's Coat. If a prlKt- wore given ut Kssox Market police court for vurluty In costume. It would liuvo been uwurded to u limn who tippeured In court the olhei iliiy to account for u missing over-couwrites the New York correspondent of the Pittsburgh Dispatch, lie ciiine before tin.' Judge a lirlllliint rainbow, lie hud tun shoes, pink socks, u gray cheeked suit mid u green bow tie, uIho red luilr. In reviewing the ciiho the court utteniliiiitH agreed that the eust slilo lleuu llmiuuifl not only curried olT the Unit honors hut that ho surpassed any multicolored dlnpliiy Unit hud iippeured for many moons. The fumoux cout of Joseph had nothing on the complainant, even without tliu overcoat. Tho brief manner lu which the case was dismissed made the court attendants believe that bucIi u acrvecldui: remillu was wurui - enough to combat any kind ot weatlier, even without un overcoat. The Flret "White Way." When William Nlhlo opened Ida now theater ut liroudwny and Prince street, back on Independence day, 1828, ho celebrated the double occasion by a patriotic display of gas lights which Haunted tho name of "Nlhlo" far nnd wide and Immortal' Ized It In stage ns well us gus history. An admiring public gasped from a respectful distance, watching tho red, wlilto and blue shadows cast by the rows of gus juts spelling tho proprietor's name. das had been used for tho first time In New York city five years beforo, but to tho owner of Nlblo's garden goes the credit of first using gus for Illuminating a theater. Oas Logic. t. Mitroli 0, 1010. TUB CITIZKW IMPHOVED UmrORM INTERNATIONAL I ' i ' MiioolI emperance Lesson TMChr of KnsllBh fllhl In t,r lllbl Intlliut of CIiMroI lCVpjrlM ISIS. b Wnirtn rninw ,11) SOUTHERN WOMAN -J ('ago rievffii - The Strongest Argument for Chrstianity Winslon-Salp- ON NEGRO N. C. LOYALTY Miss Kal-- lit V I' I. KITZWATKIt. I) i I) hfl , Mmi. Sn."'" fnlon Tfitirrnce NMlon"1 Iinblt-formln- g Woman-- . ) By REV HOWARD W. POPB Moody Dibit Institute, LESSON FOR MARCH 16 THE CITIES OF REFUGE. I.KH8UN THXT-JoKht- in 10 ClOI.DHN TKXT- rr Ih. mrr. - MM-thdful for Itity dull ohtnln mt-rcIT ADDITIONAL MATKIIIAI. NuiiiIn- K, Priitrronninjr 19. HOW ALCOHOL ENSLAVES. "Why ahoiild the drinking of nlco-hlc hevcrngej. he. nnd not the drinking of aodn or milk J If nnythlng. makes nlcohol difJMial, ferent thnn any other auhalnnce In Chicigo o TKXT Thou haat fully known my of lire. 2 Tim. S;10. man-n- r tins respect?" - ll.i INTrilMKIllATK TOPIC TrrMmrm of unintentional ofTrnit.m HKNIOIt AND AHUI.T TOIMC-O-ur pontltilPtjr toward ofTrnilrri TOI,IC-ITtUcll- HUM AMY rin - t. I. The Nred of the Cities of Refuge (10 1,1). nbout the beautiful life." "Have you ever read the Bible?" "Yes, I have rend It eome, but I do not llko your Bible." "Have you ever attended church SOUTHEASTERN WISCONSIN IN THE GREAT ICE AGE cervices?" "Yes, I have been to church two or Soulheastern Wisconoin has Ions three times, hut I do not like the been considered by geologists and church. I am trying to find the beau- geographers one of the- raiser points The live-sto- ck classic re tiful life. I notice thnt many of your gions of the world for tho study of to rising costs of raising live stock. American people He and cheat nnd do menu things like tho Japanese, and yet toe worn or tho glaciers or tho I Hnnnli. T u iige. you are nil Chrlstlnns. No, I do not vi... ii higher Labor reminds us uurinp mat age a think It Is your religion; but there Is succession of vast Ice sheets spread go hand in hand wages something that I want. I do not know over much of Wisconsin and other whnt It Is, but I call It tho beautiful Norlbern Stales. As they advanced with the new cost of living. life." southward from Canada they scoured "Where did you hear nbout US" out lake basins and river valleys nsked Doctor I'arks. In IL "I never heo.nl nbout It at nil, but I ami gathered an immense load of 3. The right of fnlr trlnl (v. C). Thin DRINKING WINE. responsible. No one, apparently, ground-u- p rock, pebbles, and boul ou must drink wine In France' saw It llrst In San Francisco, I spent provision of mercy iniitle It so Unit is benefited by higher prices and the refugee could tie wife while cure-fu- l is nn injunction that enjoins," snys As- - three weeks In a boanllng house with ders. Much of this material lodged InveMlgntlon wns uinilc hs to socinuon .Men, organ of the Young an old man who had it. IIo was not within and beneath the moving Ice 'higher income. Men's Christian association. whether he hntl killed "unwittingly" "There an educated man like myself. I hnvo and when the ice melted was left or by wicked purpow. If It should hi Is little dllllculty nnd less expense In studied nt our Japanese universities, spread over the lant) like a mantle. are all living on a high-pric- ed proved thnt Hi nuin wns guilty of ceiling water that Is pure or can be nnd I am now studying ut one of your Many valleys were partly filled; murder ho wns delivered over hy tin made safe by boiling or filtering, nnd greatest American universities. But some streams wero in places forced scale. One trouble is, authorities to the nvenger of blood Unit thnt Is chen per nnd anfer than the this man I speak of was uneducated to cut new channels, such as the 'plain red wine of the country.' Kvery and very humble. He was a poor might he done. Juntlcr the number of dollars has I. The Innocent tliiyer mint remnln American camp hns Its nrotierlv nro-- man, but there was something Inex Dells of the Wisconsin; and thou pressibly beautiful about his life.- - He sands of unfilled hollows became the multiplied faster the quanIn the city (v. ft). Kven thotiKh Hi lectoil wnter supply. One of the most trlnl should exouernle him from Inleti r 11111.10111 nniiucinarions that has ever was always helping others; he never j basins of beautiful lakes.- such ns tity of goods, so each dollar tlotinl killing, yet he until remain In struck men going over to France Is seemed to think of himself nt ull; but Lakes Geneva and Delavan and the the city In order to he saved. So unite that they must chnnge their hnblts. he wns always going about doing good lakes of Iho Madison and Oconomo- formerly. buys less Ui others. I had always thought thnt I the net of taking u human life Hint their principles and their wny of think there might be something of the kind woc regions. A largo part of west ing, when they rench continental Eu even the Innocent man wax obliged ti ern Wisconsin was never covered o mnn will br handicapped by In the world, but I had never seen It lie neparuted from hi home and rope. friend at leant until the dentil of the puritanical habits. Our men who have Since then I have seen u few others by the ice, and in this part are 8c high prlet. This deprivation enforced been In France for months come back who had It In Mime of your American found picturesque hluJTs and castelrobust and strong who have never homes. I do not think It Is your re- lated towers, such as those in Iho the obligation to shield life ligion, for all do not seem to have It." Camp III. The Appointment of the Cltlei touched wine. llMiop McConnell and Douglas region. A study of Doctor l'nrks opened his Bible to others declure t4mt this talk nbout the of Refuae CM :"). these reatures gives a very illumi-naii1 Cor. 13, and rend to hltn Paul's wonnecessity of drinking wine Is nil tom 1. On the wet able of Jordan (v. 7) conception or some of the my rot. When a man brenks from the derful description of the love that full-ct- h (1) KedcMi In Nnphtall nn the north ways in which tho earth's surface not. (2) Shcchem In Jit. Hphrnlin In the settled hnblts of his lifetime, drops "Is Hint what you uru looking for?" was prepared for tho occupancy or ine sinnunnis thnt he hns stood by. center; CI) Hebron In the south. man. whether It Is wine drinking, cigarette he Inquired. 2. On (he east able of Jordan (v. S) "Yes, 1 think perhaps It Is. At nil (1) (lolnn In llnabnn on the north: smoking, clenn speech or stern atnnd- anls, he loses his grip on other men events. It sounds, like It. But, sir, enn THE B0LSHEVIKI (2) Itnmoth-CllcaIn (lad In the ceti ter; (3) ltexer In Reuben In the south ns well ns himself. No mnn enn put you tell me how to get It? 1 must They stood there in tho street have It nt uny cost." In this distribution there un n place on religion ns he puts on n clonk In A haggard pack. No bopo had they Then Doctor Parks told him tho of anfety accessible to nil. These titles France. It hns got to he the genuine I hat they might rise or see their thing or It Is soon discovered nnd de- story of Jesus, und gave him n New were not only In rench. but good rnnih cluldren rise. CAPT. VICTOR HEINTZ spised. The strain of the work and iVsiament, and sent blin nwtiy, telling FLAUNT WEALTH DUE TO WAR I well tunrked. led to them'Mi thnt the refugee might rench n place of safety the temptations of the country over lilui that he must study It uud pray With heads bowed low their eyes come hltn nnd to which more thnn that light might lie given him to live could not look up. Extravagances Indulged In by Japan's before being overtaken (Ueut. 10). Newly Rich" Have Brought Forth Thh beautifully lllustrntcs the ref one mnn hns fallen," snys Association this beautiful life. .Men, organ of the Young Men's Christ Doctor Parks heard nothing from For centuries they gn which the alnner bus In Chrlm Bitter Condemnation. had not looked the Japanese for u year or two, but (1) H'a neceally. Since by nccldent Hnn association. Their Tellows in tho fnce: llnally received n letter from blin, sayMr. Shlolrl, n Tokyo barrister, in ' or wicked purpoxc men did kill. In or ing that he had been called back to his Much less to look above the Ilorltsu Shlmbun (Law Journal) der to be an veil from th nvenger these DOOZE INSTEAD OF BREAD. The New York Tribune gives the fol country to fill uu Important position; And see a nower refers to some remarkable examples cities of uecchhlty were nppolnted. All I of the extravngance Indulged In by have alnned nnd nre expoxeil to the lowing figures showing the amount of but he hud someUiIug to tell htm, und That is higher. wished to bee him. certain "nnrlkln." It Is siild that n wrath of f!od. therefore If any In food sacrificed to drink during one When the Jnpnneso arrived, he was The ground ypnr: mine owner In Kyushu anved a plqce of aafely tiiuit be prohas kept their ey cs. gave a dinner party In Tokyo recently Four million people could hnve been In a groat hurry; und, drawing out his I wi.-- f n, vided In Chrlat. (2) Tbla pnivhlon ly train starts fori to .10 guests nt SOU yen u bend. Tho wnt by divine appointment. "Of him supplied with rye bread for 100 days. watcii. he snlcl, Could wo expect but acts as low? I lfly-slmillion people could hnvo San ninciscti nt two o'clock, where I caterer, somewhat at n loss to know nre ye In Chrlat Jesus" (1 Cor. 1:30). like tho steamer for Japan; but 1 The light within their brain Is red bow to "go the limit." provided a (3) The cities were nccetslble to all. been supplied with common! for 100 dened light, want to tell you Hint I have found tho geisha" for each guest, engaging all They were so distributed that dnys. Sixteen million people could have beautiful life, I hnvo found Jesus Colored hy many years of suffered the most expensive members of the wherever tho unfortunate clrcum-atnncwrong. profession who were available. ahould occur the slayer could been supplied with rice for 100 days. Christ." ..... fl..A ... .1......1 The Japanese thought It wns not tho One hundred million people could A Kobe "nnrlkln" entertained some in tut- tuy !... ueiure iieiog iiteriaHi-ii- . Christian religion thnt be was been Is not jChrlat great far off. The Hlble shnw have each. supplied with 18 pounds of because most of tho Christians seeking. And now when chanco has como to guests to dinner ut n Tokyo restaurant be saw jBwhnt effort God mnkes to tnve rice the other day, the cost per head being them One hundred million people could did not seem to ossess tho beautiful men, () The one who fled to the city 100 yen. A " during u und yet every life tlmt Is hid with When tho rich aro helpless. wna secure. The nvenger did not dare hnve been supplied with one gallon of life; stay nt Ikno, ordered by telephone Christ lit Cod ought to be winsome Tho rum of wrong from out tho keg from n Tokyo restaurant two dishes of cross over the threshold of the city. molasses each. Two hundred nnd eight million two uud buuutlfuL Kvery one who Is In Christ Is secure. or centuries "unogldomburl" on condition that the few years ago a student nt the Spurns them to deeds of hate. No one can lay anything to the charge hundred thousand loaves of bread food should arrive hot after traveling .Moody lllblu institute worked his pas could have been made from tho rye. of God's elect. S) The Individual ubout 100 miles. The proprietor of sage to l'.nglnml on n cattle steamer must lieu lo the city. The mnnslnyer the restaurant took the order, euguged .... U 1.1. II... ., . .. .1 would bo exposed to danger If he re- PROHIBITION CITIES LEAD THE for tho express purpose of leading his It is not good, but yet- .W..l ..III. I1AI-U1IHICJ1I Ull lO 1T o can t ot hlamo you, Bolshevik.. brother to Christ, lie resolved that mained nt home or nutMde of the city. NATION IN BANK INCREASES. k,H.p Hl0 food hot. ami delivered the he would not Introduce the subject of Wo only trust Tho sinner. If be would be tuved, must goods at the mountain retort In two llrailstreet s report of bank cleur- - religion ut tlrst, but would see come to Christ. There Is no plnce of lugs In 100 cities shows prohibition what That from tho storm will como hours and u half, returning with 200 anfety for those who remain away. titles well In the lead In tho rate of could bo accomplished by a Chrlstllko A better understanding yen In his pocket. life. He hud not been there long be Tho safety In Christ Is even more vital Increase. The list Is livnded by Tulsa Mr. Shlolrl feurs there will be many Qf tho death of Christ. thnn Hint In these cities. To hltn the with u percentage of Increase of 83; fore his brother said to him: "Frank, 0. M. more cases of crazy waste of money you slnco you left como what guilty can lleo with the ussurnnc of by "nnrlkln," who, he says, are stingy after It conies Muskogee with 70. Okla home has aro over You so different from what safety. enough In donating money for the rehoma City with 00.3, Atlanta with C9.5, you used to bol Whutever It Is, I PRODUCTION OP ALUMINUM IN lief of the poor or sufferers from Itlcbmond with 61, Wichita with 10.2, want It. Now tell mo how to get It" The Only Rlcheo. 1918 calamities. "They are simply madDenver with 4'iA. Tho highest wet city Tho only riches one possesses Ii Is St. Joseph, with tl.:i, which Is With this Introduction, It was an eusy Tho valuo or tho primary aluml men whose actions corrupt public manCupt. , Victor Helntr, Republican tusk, of course, to lead his brother to what ono gives. Mnrtiulls. Igbth In tho list. mini produced in tho United Stalca ners and morals." member of the house from Ohio, has Christ. The Tokyo barrister thinks that lust been conspicuous In congress in 1018 as reported hy tho United Obeying. nnd tho, A CAUSE FOR PROHIBITION. States Oeologlcal Survey. Depart as It was legal under the feudal sys- - ! cnpltul for some tlmo with his Sam Is there any ono greot principle, The Qreat Rule of Equity. tern to confiscate the property of such Ilrown belt and tho 'The mntcrlnl ruin of tens of thou overseas Insignia. ny universal law, which reaches sands of families," says Archbishop We set up for reformers, declaim at nient of the Interior, was 111,159,226, swollen-lieudemen, bo adover tho whole coursu of a man's life, Messmer, "and the moral ruin of tens tho wickedness of tho uge, and are n decreaso of $1,722,775, or ten per visable today to levy It would Impost Iloth accessories are worn contrary to a heuvy army regulations, but Captain which holds good alike In nil Its purls, of thousands of young men nnd wom all for suppressing and nunlshluc It cent, from tho valuo In 1017. Tho upon Helnta them so that they may be pre- has secured his discharge Yes, Inand under all conditions? and asks: en can bo traced to tho saloon. It Is by vigorous laws; nnd yet uro unwlll- - decreaso is duo very largely to a do- vented from repeating such foolish "Why should I '.ot weur In tho United deed: "Not to do mine own will, but this universal fact, not funutlclsm, that ing tlmt uny check or restraint should clino n prico of aluminum during us those referred to. Stutes tho Inugula I woro In battle, the will of him that sent me." F. has caused a tidal witve of prohibition oo put upon our own freedoms, this 1018 nnd does not renro.n n enr. overseasTWhy should any American, Paget. to roll over the land." ..un .u. U u. ..u.u , ,, n . rosnon, nllnnw V . Thrpuglt tho now canteen escort soldier bo stripped of tho overseas I I M.....J nf II.Hf f. by tho whim of tho high Sweet Win of Human Life. com. servieo of tho lied Cross In tho our neighbor as ourselves; nnd froim A nation that can borrow of Its citi mund of the Uulted Stntes armyr Mirth Is tho sweet wine of human zens nine billion dollar In u year docs meting out to others tho same meas-- i United Stales two Red Cross women life. It should be offered sparkling not need to dicker with brewers, dis uro which wo aro content should bo For over ten months tho Red Cros accompany each hopllal train durwith sestful llfo unto Cod. lUurj tillers or liquor dealers for money to measured to us again. Thomas a has been dlstrlhnHni? milk In Mm ing tho day to help mako tho wound Tho Red Cross in Franco is sup- Ward Deecher. Ken,Pl8- IllOfldv families nf Ifnllnn anbtlnra curry on the wur. Tho Commoner. ed men comfortable ' plying coal to returning refugees, V k( M(ta f V ...w ' 1 Justice even w here rricil "An for nn eye." "A tooth for n tiMiili." "Wood for blond." nnil the nvenger of blood wns charged tilth tin- - duty or satisfying this cry. While Jntlre should tint lie allowed lo uilscnrr) li Is moM trillion n t)t Hint there ln nicre shown. Sometimes Just men forget lo In-- merciful. In order ilinl the Inno cent he protected nnd mercy shown to the uiifortiinnti mid yet Jtwlce done the cities of refuge were nulhor Intl. It wim not h scheme hy which the rrlmliinl uim screened from Jii'tkr. Imt n provision whereby tlo jiiioient wns protected. II. Regulations Touching the Cities of Refuge 1. The right of entrance not to he denied (v. 1). It was obligatory upon the nlers of Hip oltv to admit ttHn the one who hVl hither. hiiiIIds a trtnl which would dlschme the fiicl ns to whether the crime linil been In teiitlonnl or not. 2. The security of the one who en tered the city (v. f.). The ruler of the city tlltl nut dure to deliver Uie innn slnyer to the u veneer of Mood for pun Ishmcnt until n fnlr trial hntl lieen given; neither coultl .the nvenger cms orer the threshold of the cliy to tiiuch r hnlrof the one who had taken refute 1 in n recent number of American Medicine, Dr. Cnrl Scheffel of Iloaton presents these questions. He ifti- awera tbrm ihn. 'In the fonnntlon of the drlnk-hnbl- t the aninc mentnl fnctors piny nn Important role ns In the fonnntlon ot nny other hnhlt. hut In the'nddlctlon to nlcohol these normnl psychological fnctors nre tremendously Influenced by the toxic action of nlcohol Itself, In tlmt It nnrcotlzes Cert II II tirnln limn. tuns nnd Interferes with tb.-imnl functions In n very definite manner. . . . Under s these (he mind can no longer he considered ns sound, for the controlling Ideas nre no longer nble to Inhibit opposite Ideas nnd there la grent dnn-ge- r of chance Intrusions entering consciousness lo the detriment of the Individual. "In drunkenness the person's field of consciousness has been grently diminished by the toxic nctlon of nlco-bo- l, nnd In hypnotism the snme mentnl atnte has been produced by the suggestions of the operator. In drunk-tnnes- s the subject Is controlled hy the sigm, smell, taste, nnd desire for Jtut ns the hypnotized aubject l controlled by the verbal or written suggestions of the operator. . . . "The Intemperate mnn finds In nlco-bo- l n desire nnd temptation thnt ho ennnot overcome alone nnd unnhled. Once nlc ihol hns become mnsler ot the personality, the threshold stimulus required for Its subsequent Indulgence hns become grently lowered, nnd ns repented nc Inns have accumulative III' Iluence, n mnn mny enslly become chronic alcoholic." I r clrcum-atnnce- Tho strongest nrgument for Oirla tlnnlty Is n OoOly life. There In nbout It Hometlilng (but Is Irrewell-nigh sistible. Dnnlel aays, "The people that do know their Cod ahnll be atrong, nnd do exploits," but It Is only the pure In heart who enn know God. A few years ngo n young Japanese came to tho study of Dr. I.elghton Turks of Iloston and desired nn Interview. Tlio con versation- thnt fol- lowed wns something llko this: fslr, can you tell mo nbout the bcnutlful life?" Doctor Pnrka answered, "Do you wish to talk with me about religion?" "No, plr; I merely wish to Inquire - Hcrrlntr, Director of Publicity for lliu Norlli Carolina War Savings Commmce, lias recently published in Northern ntul Southern magnzincs some interesting facts in regard to the llirin campaign among Negroes in her state. In the "Black Belt," wnere in fourteen counties the. No proes average M per cent of Ilia population, Hie average subscription was 80 percent of the allotment, I per cent more than in tho stato nt large. In the county which sub scribed 128 per cent of its allotment the Negroes form 17 per cent of the population. They furnish from 12 lo 01 per cent of 13 of (he It) counties which subscribed iOO per cent or over. Subscriptions ranged from that of n Negro who took the limit or $1,000 for each member of his family lo Ihoso whose subscriptions wore paid for in stomas. In eluding a washerwoman with a blind husband who subscribed for .$50.00 worth for herself and him. Miss Herring gives Ihree reason for this remarkable showing: tho black" counties are agriculturally ncit; the Liberty Bond campaigns did not draw largely on this secllon; and "North Carolina recognized tho epro as an American citizen, and gave him responsibilities the same ns while men. Like the colored soldier at the front, he heard th call ami responded." M. 25-ce- nt Who Benefits By High Prices? You feel that retail meat prices are too high. Your retailer says he has to pay higher prices to the packers. Swift & Company prove that out of every dollar the retailer pays to the packers for meat, 2 cents is for packers' profit, 13 cents is for operating expenses, and 85 cents goes to the stock raiser; and that the prices of live stock and meat move up and down together. that .... must No one, apparently, is We that - than that than Swift Company, U. S. A. ng well-know- n x I- e "funa-narlkln.- M B. uc-tlo- uuoB lu 1 V Pago Klght THE CITIZEN March 0, 1010. East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else No OUR BATTLE FLEET REVIEWED IN THE HUDSON RIVER President Wilson Argues for a League of Nations and tho Senate Debates It. Dy EDWARD W. PICKARD. torn onion dcnnl In full by the writer. Tn name n eMrnor of irwid faith. Writ phlnlf. It not for publication, but pond nee publUhn Thnt union the United Slntrs Joins the league of notions clinos will ; tt has purchased the Leonard Ilignite busy hustling around this winter. Ksipiire John Mr. and Mrs. Hert Summers visited property in MeKce. her parents and oilier relatives at Hundley has purchased of ,1a. ilton a house and lot in McKee. and Saturday and Sunday. James McQueen has returned from will niovo to town about the llrst of It Is rumored that Kngle A Undo Sam's service and is with his May. May Rook of An'nville have purchased wife and children again. Hobinson has been at work at Hob- - J. F. Kngle's store and will soon take charge with J. A. Farmer as clerk. inson for the past few weeks. D. G. Collier is visiting in London Misses Oertrude and Lola Tussey The Ilov. Mr. Van who aro attending school at McKee this week. visited homefolks Saturday and Wester, of Grand llapids, Mich, will Sunday. Miss Olga Tussey win begin a series of meetings at the has been attending school at London Chapel about March the 12th. has been with homefolks for tin Dr. J. A. MahalTey of Richmond was past few weeks. She will return to, in town today. The case of Bowles vs. Howies was set for trial today London soon. '"d was postponed on account of the Kirby Knob It is Kirby Knob. March 3. A small absence of Judgo Johnson. child of Aaron Powell died at the reporfed that Judge Jtlhnson's father homo of his father, Mansley Powell, is very sick. March' 2, after a few days illness. GARRARD COUNTY There has been no new cases of flu Bryantsville in this vicinity recently and the old Hryanlsville. March 1. Mis ones have mostly recovered. Lloyd Powell who has been ill for somo Martha Washington Curtis enter-tim- e is slowly improying. Grant taineda number of her Mends and Johnson who has been in France classmates to a birthday party, giv-'fomonths came back overseas p" at her home on February 22. got a discharge from the army and The music rendered by Miss Ethel visited bis sister, Mrs. Walter Click, Ray, pianist, and Miss Amy Dawes. wag a pleasing feature. . Saturday night and is now among violinist, Delightful refreshments were serv- friends and relatives at Sand Gap Myrtlo Click visited honjefolks a 1 and all present reported a most Dr. and Mrs. H. A. few days last week. Ambrose enjoyable time. Powell and family visited at th-- j Dawes entertained at a six o'clock dinner Wednesday evening. Mr. and home of John Williams Sunday. Mrs. Sutton of Lancaster. Mr. and Carico Carico, March 3. We are having' M". J. Hagan Ballard being the guests of honor. Carl Englohart some spring weather at presents Mrs. Cora Roberts has gone visiting! f Louisville spent Sunday here. . . . 1, i to lior father's at Greenmount ati'-s- s canine uowuun was in i.cx present. 'Mrs. Lizzie BurWo arc sorry to hear of ington Saturday. Undo Sam Johnson being so low at gess, is in Lexington with her uncle present. Chas. Dean. R. L. Uncle Gilbert Reynolds who is very ill. Henry and Dick Burton have purchased a at this place is very sick. Evans, Ben Boggs, Joe Cornett, all of large tract of land from' Rod Swope. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Holcomh and Lite, were in this part Saturday son JefT and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wilnight chasing foxes with holinds. Lexington were Corn and feed aro getting scarce in liams visitors Shelton Fred and these parts. Thero is a promising Thursday. prospect for a peach crop, so faHrfl Bryan Ballard are at home, from Mesdamcs J. E. Storms and these parts. Some folks have be- camp. gun gardening sowing lettuce, Billy Burton have returned from planting peas and sowing early cab- - Now Orleans whero they spent sev bage and tomatoes. Mrs. Brother Hen- - ral weeks visiting friends. ry Lewis will preach at Flat Top the Helen Bryant of Lexington spent ttio second Saturday night and S"undav week ono: with her parents, Mr. and Miss Lucilo Lackey in this month: all come. Dan Mrs. Henry. Shelton has returned from Camp spcnl tho past week with Miss Sula McClollan. Ala. Mrs. Hallio Tus- - Tribble at her home near Hyalts- sey is a littlo better at this writing. vilI There will be a Loose Leaf Mr. and Mrs. Bert Summers were lobacco Warehouso in Lancaster, visiting at home of Adam Price Sat- -' A meeting of the stockholders met I at the court houso Monday. The urday and Sunday. organization has been Completed. Parrot Several of the 11,0 articles of incorporation tiled, Parrot. March 3. farmers in this part of tho county an(1 1 capital of tho stock company Mrs. Purs-bed- s; aro burning and sowing tobacco $60,000.00, fully paid. of Louisvillo is visiting her par- planning to raiso a few acres.' Grovcr Gabbard had a clearing, CIlls' Mr. and Mrs. Alex. Sanders. last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Berti Summers of Middle Fork visited the. MADISON COUNTY Jailer's parents at this placo Satur- Coyla Coyle, March 3 day night and Sunday. Pheo Hil- -J Farmers in this lard sold a cow and calf to Green- - vicinity aro plowing and burning berry Gabbard for seventy dollars. tobacco beds. Tiff Glo3sip of Red Georgo Gabbard is selling out, plan- - Lick visited his brother, J. M. GIos-nion moving to Indianapolis, Ind. sip, Sunday night. Mrs. Elgio Lako Levi Gabbard sold his horse to visited her parents Saturday and James Davidson for $150. and bought Sunday. Mrs. II. G. Cox was in two mules from George Gabbard for Richmond on business Saturday. ?250. Mrs. Scotl Tussey, who has Albert Cox has had measles but is been very sick for somo time, con-- 1 ablo to bo out again. Teddy Lako tinues very poorly. Born lo Mr. is very sick with measles at present, and Mrs. John Cunagim on March 2, Robert Lake's barn blowed over a boy. during tho storm Friday and killed somo of his cattlo McKee W. II. Carpen McKeo, March 3. The Rev. Wm. ter of Pond Creek passed through Worthinglon and Mrs. Worthinglon hero Friday on his way to Rich-wein McKeo from Saturday after- - mond whero he will put his cattlo noon till Sunday afternoon. Mr. on tlio market. John Glossjp went Worthington preached a very Inter- -' to Richmond a fow days ago with a csting sermon at tho chapel of tho load of tobacco. Married, Fcbru-McKAcademy S"unday morning. ary 20, Miss Jonnio,Gooch of this Tho Christian Endeavor has. a meot- - placo to Muss Lakes. Wo wish them ing nt tho Chapel every Sunday a long and happy life. Mr. nnd Mrs. evening. Alfred Trufill led last Sun- - Georgo Bishop visited friends and day ovoning. J. C. Davis, who has rolativos near Dreyfus Sunday, been in school at Berea, camo homo Panola last week. Ho has recently had llu Panola, March 2. Tho littlo measles and has not fully ro- -. fant of William Reed died a fow Ham-Parrot . ur Jesse Hoggs, son of Hoggs, lias an honorable .11. ..I t mo nun! II... miny ,11111 is nuw - Uncle nl hoine. Ho served with the Amer Middle Fork, March 3. Gilbert Ilcynolds, who is making his lean Forces in France, ,a'nd was Miss Delia homo with Mr. and Mrs. Dan Ford, wounded three times. of Parrot, was in this neighborhood Hornsby and little brother Krnest are visilinp thoir brother. Dr. V. H. ono dav last week on business. Mr. Cornet) j John Lear, traveling salesman, is Hornsby, this week. JACKSON COUNTY Mlddlo Fork covered yet. Jailor Sam (iiM-iim- i v. y: J7 la sEgf " . 1 Tin' olUilnl u. tin- - II'i'Nnti rher In the IIimSoii. tl Mint' n -' tn tin- returned Amertciiu navnl land iiirtido of tho hluoJiK'kots In Now - i . " i.jj.n.nj; hii... in Tlie grout ships nn lv iv .iiwn iih ih luy i .in ui "i ir . v . ... T sr - 'y ng ro ' eo in-a- nd No More. War Flour Potts' GOLD DUST Hour Returns to its beforethe-wa- r high standard of quality Once Tried - Always used days ago. Death wns caused from John Maker gave the young folks a work for the coming year. A. T. candy party Thursday night DollAbney who has been sick spent a Alvn Johnson of Richthe f n. mond has been visiting in this sec- Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ft.vv ,ay.s willhis son, R. J., at Smith, is seriously ill with rea last week whero he was treated M. A. Logsdon tion th past week. ld worn an abeess on the brain. Her recov- -' ,y (ho Robinson Doctors. sold a good Mrs. M. J. Jones and children spent Sun-Mr- s. mule for $180. We are bavins' cry is thought to be doubtful. Rena Powell visited her sister, day night with her mother, Mrs. some line weather; the farmors are making good use of it gelling ready Mrs. Fannio Kirby, Sunday. Albort, Kathrine Gadd. Klhel Stephens of Curtis French of Kirby got a discharge from the Rockford is spending a few weeks for early crops. this place hns recently moved to army and is back at his old home, with her grand parents, Mr. nnd at Kirby Knob, Angio Payne There will bo! Mrs. A. T. Abney. Herea to make his fuluro home. Walter Richardson of Red Lick fchtirch services at Hits place the spent Sunday with her cousin, Ethel stopped with Kly Hickncll Sunday 2nd Saturday and Sunday for the M. Stephens. Hardin Mooro was night on his way to Richmond. llrst time in several mouth on ac- in Louisville lat week on business. Mrs. Aimer Cox is still on the sick count of flu. Hurt Richardson attended court at Richmond Monday. list. OWSLEY COUNTY Dewey Smith of Merea but forpro, Blue Lick Sturgeon Ulue Lick. March S. Sturgeon, March 2. The first merly of this place visited Roy Hardin Wilweek in March seems to be an au- Click Thursday night. son's home was the scene of a very gury for an early spring. Wc tnut delightful dinner party, given FebPOWELL COUNTY ruary 2H, In honor of the birthdays the old adage, "Coming in as n lion Clay City it may go out as a lamb." Anyway of Mr. and Mrs. Harden Wilson. Clay City, March 2. The home There were many nice presents it is a propitious season for young lambs. Their plaintive bleat is now. of Mr. nnd Mrs. Ed. Bush was glad- February 27 being Mrs. heard throughout the countryside, doncd, tho past week, by the nrrival Wilson's 70th birthday, and March Mr. and Mrs. Ray Mainous were of a flno girl; her name is Ruby Mr. Wilson's 70th birthday. They dora. 'Squire Grant Baker has are tho parents of 10 children of on Blue Lick, Sunday. Doctor Wcidler of Berea College closed out his general storo at Pat-an- d whom all are living except one. Tho G. W. Bush o!des Mrs. James Hepley, is 51. and Jeff Swango. a student, were at! soy, Estill county. the church and conducted Sunday- -; bought the remainder of his stock, the youngest. Mrs. H. H. Price, is 2rt. school services, March 2. Mesdamos , Mrs. Chas. Welch, whoso illness They were all present, excluding Porter and Meade of Berea Collego has been noted in these columns, is A. T. Wilson and Mrs. Jas. Megley. were guests of Mrs. L. K. Flancry slightly improving and it is thought They have 3t grandchildren, all of Wednesday last. Arch Flancry she can be brought homo in a short whom were present except 15. They who is yei in France has sent homo .time from Lexington. litis neoK were all received Willi a nearly a wild boar's hide which he shot in, of the woods is full of men nt the welcome from the) dear old father a most exciting chase. He sent also present time wanting to buy hoiTies. and mother. The day was enjoyed a horn which he took from a wound- -, It is presumed that they are eml - i,y We hope these dear old ed German prisoner while render-- 1 grating from the big oil Held. Lee people will live to enjoy many more The Citizen with its happy celebrations like this. ing first aid after he was brought county. We with a number of others from the splendid news columns for every ar(. snrry to report tho death of our trenches, Arch being in the Medical member of the household always dear brother, J. B. Spence, who do Detachment of the Infantry. Elmo finds a warm welcome each week in parted this life February 28. Ho Flanery of tho 02nd aero squadron our homo, lias been nn invalid for about seven Obituary writes from Italy. He, with sixty' He has always been a months. Charley Nelson departed this life faithful Christian and a member of others, including the band, left Tours in a blizzard anil arrived a', on February 21st, last, and was Royal Oak church for many years. on tho .Mediterranean Sea and terred at the Vaughn's Mill ceme-cross- He leaves a wife, two daughters, Alps into tery on Sunday, the 23rd, with the seven sous and a host of friends and the snow-coverthe lovely valleys of Italy where tho Masonic ritual honors. He was born relatives to mourn his loss. orange groves, flowers, fruits, and at Olympia, and was thirty-liv- e "A precious one from us is gone. vegetables were growing in profus- - years of age at the time of his death, A voice we loved is stilled. ion under the blue skies and balmy After having married one of G. W. A placo Is vacant in our homes breezes of this radiant clime. Tho Clark's daughters he moved to Hard-areWhich never can bo tilled. of activity formerly occupied wick's Creek, where ho lived nt tho God in His wisdom has recalled at the front has changed to foot-- 1 time of his demise. His death was Tho boon His lovo has given, ball combatants. The A. E. F. is con-- 1 duo to nn attack of double pneu-tendiAnd tho the body moulders here for tho championship which monia which followed tho llu, con-i- s Tho soul is safe in heaven." to bo decided in this month. So traded while employed in tho oil far our boys haven't lost a game. fields. Mr. Nelson was a devoted INTEREST IN MOUNTAIN BOYS of tho M. E. church and Mrs. Richard Hollinsworth is Capl. John Dellart Harrison of, was a Christian gentleman and lov-Mcovering from n serious illness. Frank Mathews is still confined ing husband and father. Tho Rev. Norristnwn, Pai, was given com- lo her room. Mrs. Kimbrell is to L. T. Allison, of Clay City, preached niand of a company of boys from On his way from Iloston to Washinghavo an operation on her eyo this a very consoling nnd impressive the Southern mountains during tho week, as sight is failing as a result funeral sermon to tho largo audi-- of war. Ho became greatly interested ton the president signed the new revenue bill nnd many of Its sections went influenza. Bert Johnson, who isjenco of bereaved ones. Ho leaves a in them, nnd by his influence Iho' Into effect at once. One of Its procounty agent in W. Virginia, visited wifo ,and two children, besides u Compnny was adopted by the Phll- - visions made the District of Columbia homefolks last week. Frances host of relatives and frends to adelphia Auxiliary st tho Southern bone-drwith the exception of the Industrial Association. The boys! property occupied by foreign emba-ale- s Sproule of Aurora. Ill- - is spending a i mourn his loss. und ministries. received many attentions from tho vacation in this section. women of this Society, which lightROCKCASTLE COUNTY CINCINNATI MARKETS. ened for them Iho burden of war. Dlsputanta CLAY COUNTY Moro important, however, is tin Disputnnla, March 3. Thero will Hay and Grain. Vine rorn-r-.V- o. Oat sowing'"0 preaching at Macedonia, March (act that Captain Harrison, who is Vine March U white 1.1. No. 3 seems to bo tho go in this commun- - l)- - conducted by the Rov. Mr. Over-it- y. n graduate of Princeton, nnd n flno white l.:t!W1.ll, No. V. yellow $l.HO Samuel Shparer lias moved typo of military leader, becamo per- l.lll, No. :i yellow $t.:i'J1.41, No. 2 Rorn to Mr. and Mrs. T. f. ',oy mixed Jl.IOfltl.rJ. No. 3 mixed $1JI8 Roberts a bouncing girl. Her namo!10 Major Gadd's farm In tho house manently interested in tho moun- l.io. white ear yellow ear vacated by Walter McNcoly. How- tain boys because of their sterling $l.W0J.-lis Delia May. Fred Ponder and Wilson Hurley from the A. E. F. in ard G. Payno who has been study- worth. Ho has urged the PhiladelSJounil Hay Timothy, per ton, Franco aro at homo with their dis- ing tolegraphy for tho past two phia Auxiliary to extend their aid $2Sjr;t(), und sound clover und mixed charges. Mrs. Lizzie Hurloy, who months at Conwny undor his bro- lo his men by creating community Outs No. 2 white (WfriVIe, standhas been very poorly, Is ablo to bo ther, W. S. Payno, has returned centers whero tho boys might bo Major Gadd able to continue the broader llfo lo ard white 1LV, No. 3 whlto OlC, mixout again. James Pennington has homo to help farm. ed CO i 1jrl", 4c. returned from Camp Taylor with nnd Barney Jones mndo n buslnosa which thoy havo been Introduced. to Richmond, March 3. Clay These centers would bo placed someOutter, Engi and Poultry. V, M. Pennington trip his discharge. Hotter' Whole milk creamery exand II. II. Rico mado a business trip Miller of Johnetta is spending a few what on tho order of Y. M. C. A. huts tras fid to Sexton's Creek Monday. Mrs. days with his old friend, jO .M. or hostess houses, whoro tho men tras 65c,Vic centralized cruiiinery exfirsts file. and Miss Mary Miller is very could meet for recroatlonal Wil- Payne. Cora Hcnsloy and hor brother, KSH Prime (lists Hue, flints 3SV4, purposes, nnd share Jacob Rnmoy educational sick at this writing. liam Ferguson, of Lower Burning ordinary llrsts 3Sc. Springs, visited relatives at Jhis had a clearing last week and got a with their friends somo of tlmlr exI.lvo Poultry .Springers under & good day's work dono. Georgo periences. Thoy would bo centers place Inst week. Mr. and Mrs. lbs, lOcj fowls, 5 lbs und over. 30c Isaac Pennington, Sr., wcro called Gatlirr, Jas. Wolf, and O. M. Payno of social life that might, in time, do under 0 lbs, 30c; roosters, irJc. tn Bond on account of tho Illness of nro hauling n car load of tiling from como to embraco many features Live Stock. Oscar Thomas loft last that would enrich tho homo lifo their daughter, Mrs. Garret Marcum Berea. Cattle Shippers $13ff?10.rfl, butcher week for Rogersvillo whero ho will of tho mountain region. Mrs. who had flu and pnoumonla. steers, extra $11015.60; good to choice Susan Marcum of Green Hall spent M'XPU, com u to fair $78 11.60, heifers, extra $12713, good to choice last week with her parents at this $UQ11.75, common to fulr $0.60010, A Field of Eggs nro 30 cents a dozen placo. cows, extra $10011.50. M. II. Hornsby's, at Mr and Mrs. He Calves Uxtru $17.60017.70. fulr to good $15017.60, common und largo $7 JOHN WHITE k CO. 013. L9UVILL1,KV. I log! Selected heavy shippers $17.(150 17.80. medium und mixed packLiberal aitortmcat ers $10017.(1'., slugs $10011.60, o jwSSSkSss They produce Ujttar crvia. Your tint aowtstf paid ad full vIim WlS V to choice heavy fut sows $12010, 2k V)KSi2? BBW will couvluco you. Auk your duuer, ::-flight shippers $13010, pits (110 lbs . BjBJjT urs LOUISVILLK SIID CO., Incorporated r?lKfc2?i5 loulVILL, KT. MMJT und less) $10013. Ea.lall WOoIimU Hlda and 6ait SUns 1 i Ile-Jo- hu four-year-of 1 j d n. j . 1 ce ed ed na ng rs. unfc tierntixe the constitution of the Iciigun I'XpnntI It to cover tlie world nnd Hip slgtiHtory nations will he olillgntvd to uphold It; Hint It' 1st prnctlrnlly to nmond the drnft of the. i i'ii tlie linn t tut t wns ndoptcd ; Hint thn Itmllniloiis of the nlze of the urinjr nnd nnvy Imposed liy the tongue would ho only moral nMlgntlons nnd thnt tho rofttnilnt really would lie In the Till tilthm of Hip produetlnn of nrms nnd munl'lnn. nnd thnt the United Stntos could wlthdniH' from the Icngue nt nny 'lino It miw lit siH'h fit aulistntice wns the explnnnlloii of the grout plnn given by I'roJtldont Wilson to tho mom- Iith of. the somite nnd houip on foreign nITnlrs. .TTr. Wilson dined the committeemen nnd wns frank. Jovlnl nnd cn'hinlnMlo.1 nnd nnturcrod nil tholr question free-ly- . hut after It wni nil over tho wl ones tloclnrcd thnt ho hnd nut converted n hIiujIp ono of the opponents of the lenpie. Those Include both He puhllcnns nnd Democrat, nnd during tlie rest of the week they continued their nltneks on the plnn. The siHikos-me- n of the administration replied vlg onnisly. hut there wns ronsnn to believe thnt nenrly every member of the senate, which must pits. on the plnn, hnd his mind mnde up. In his Hostnn speech the president told tho people very little nbnut the longuo, hut In hrilllnnt phrase he to the country to support tho plnn, declnrlnc thnt the rest of the world rolled nn Amorlcn nt this Juncture. In this he I corroborated by which shows some the llrltlsh nnxlety over the oposltlnn manifest In this country, nnd some fenr thnt Amorlcn will not he willing to assume, her share of the burden of governing the world. It I recognized, nbronit nnd nt home, that the Amerlcnn people might look nsknnce nt any proposition that they accept mandate. for such territories ns the former Germnn colonies In Afrlcn, nnd the president snys thnt In Purls he firmly discouraged any such Idea ; but hp thinks the Unit-States might well become the mnn Calory for the Armenians. A. for Hip now'y organized nation of Kurope. he nay It Is up to America to stnno tiy them whether or not the leacuo of nations l formed. H France the opposition to thn lengn. hnsed ostensibly on the lack of n binding provision for the use of force to put Its mandates Into effect, has largely died out because the critics feared that opposition there nnd In America would kill the ontlru project. The emissaries of tho allied nations are now aald to be In complete harmony tn this matter. Aa the week closed there were signs that the principles of the lengue. might b given a tryout In settling the dispute between the Italians and thu Jugoslavs, which had reuched n crltlcul stnge. The military commission of the latter had expelled the Italian military mission from Lnlbnch, and In retail-nUoItaly closed the frontier, stopping all food trains carrying relief for the Jugoslavs nnd the Czechoslovaks. On Friday tho draft of the new und permanent armistice was submitted to the supreme council In Paris, tiut muy not be placed before the German gov eminent for some time ycL The allied nations ngrpd to It but the United States reserved the rlghrto object to provisions for the demolition of tho defence! of the Kiel canal and Helgoland nnd their neutralization nnd to tho transfer of the Germnn cables to the nllles. The rontons for objecting wore not mndo public. l.s 1 com-lulttcn Hint tliv Monroe doctrlno 1 i 5 f! f Becau Satisfaction Sowed com-mo- K 22