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IA KnlmiAal Wlitf!f at ttnu lima, Ky.. a tmti4 Qe-votr- l The Citizen to tlie Iixtereats of tlie HKIIF.A, Knowledge is Power and Iks way to keep up with moetera Knowlego Is to read Newspaper. No. 45 i EoiantgiirL People per Ycor. Vl. MX. Five Cents per Copy. MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, MAY 9, 1018. Ono Dollar ALLIED FLYERS HUNS PAVE WAY FOR YPRES BLOW WORLD NEWS 'reforming their lines The Germans nro still engaged in on lVw SPREAD HAVOC t p ders frontier, supposedly fir ,tho IN HUN LINES Germans' Big Guns Pound the A- purpose or nnolher attack. They mild the high point of Mount Kcm- -' llies Near Ancient City; me but are much annoyed by nar- British Gain. tles of (ho allies which attack conTwenty-Thre- e Boats Laden With stantly on various sides. Tbo English and French nt certain places Supplies Destroyed in Day; ENGLISH HOLD STRONG LINES havo pushed, the Oennans back ami : Rosris Torn Up. recovered important points of van-l- a ge. the Flan- BLOW U? TRAINS AND BRIDGES i Seven Thousand Kilograms of Bombs Dropped on Enemy Establishments In the Region of Bethel and at Asfeld-La-Vlll- LINCOLN HALL Berea Summer School Summer Schools arc growing in favor in the United Slates because they are making a very defmite contribution to the preparation and training of specialists ami other emergency workers. It is a time when the select few can gather on the campuses of our best Colleges and Universities and get concentrated attention by expert instructors in their particular lines. Special attention is always given to the direct application of principles taught. Students are more concerned with making their particular subjects a practical success than they are with passing for college credit. IN OUR OWN STATE A number of llu merchnnts of hotelier County have been reported In the Food Administrator for selling at prices above tliat fixed by tin; Government. Tile Hod Crnf.s chapter of Soco held an interesting meeting there, followed by a picture show especially for the Ited Cross. Several hundred dollars were contributed. An increase in salary, to aiil them in providing lodging for their wives ui'd families, soon will bo granted commissioned National Army olll- ,...r.j lib f'.,.,,., s.uwiiuj nl !'.. Inn I', i i illlr V..n1.nn.. llliui, II a- - announced unoillcially Monday. Mm. IllllllllllVv " LlllllB The First Haltnllon of tho 32Mh Field Artillery left for tho rifle rouge at West Point. Tho men were mounted and the trip was to bo a test both of tho men nr.it the, horses. ed Lkoep-onlonk- Amsterdam, May 0. The effective work C allied nlriiion In harassing the German supply service Is described by Hip newspaper Les Nnuvelles of The Hague, which says Hint iilllcil nvln-- 4 tors recently sunk In one tiny 2fl bents laden with gravel nnil rond Metel for the Herman front In I'lcnrdy. Tlie vesrels nt the time were elitht miles from the enemy rear line. The newtpaptr nilds: 'Three weeks ago the Luxemburg llrldue nt Namiir wus aynln badly damaged by aircraft. Two nrihes were destroyed nnil one bnnt Mink. Three German sentries on the bridge were killed. The movement of vesels to the front never has been so Intense as since the opening of the Ciermnn offensive, nnd the destruction nnd devastation wrought by allied airmen never has been so grent. "llonds have been cut up so that the Germans experienced grent dlfllculty In bringing up sutllclent gravel and stones to till the crnters." Munitions Train Blown Up. Lcs Nnuvelles ascertains that It was bombs dropped by allied aircraft that destroyed railway station In the pro-vlnoe of Ilnlniiiit, Hclgliim, on March 22. A munitions train gf 00 frelnht enrs was In the station, and 40 of the cars blew up In succession, killing and wouTtdlng Rigorous many Germans. mensures were taken tnunedlately to away from the scene Ilol-gln- n 11 era ' dean McAllister Summer Regent MRS. ELISABETH PECK Acting Dean of Women There is an especial advantage in attending summer school at Herea. The atmosphere of our large and shady campus is cool and pleasant, our dormitories and recitation buildings are not crowded as in regular term time, and all of our large equipment and facilities are at the disposal of the summer school students. There are no detractions as are found in cities or stfmmer resort schools, therefore good, solid work under quite pleasant influences can be engaged in. There will be ample entertainment and attractions to give spice and variety to the work. Specialists in business, agriculture and teaching would certainly do well to take the eight weeks summer school course in Berea. On page 3 a list of the courses which will be offered this summer is given. Write for Summer School bulletin or other information to, Marshall Z. Vaughn, Secretary Berea College Third Liberty Bonds. Much of tlio of those drives has been PAGE 1 Herea Summer School. cu uiu-- m im- - iuuiiiy huw Ovvii Stain News' II c. Jup" Our papers nil over the land. They havo News; World News. given of (heir valuable space, esti Piilmntw PART 0 cents ns per ri..,' n..vii ita ii,wiLMi,.1inv-!,"t- ;l " ,''li''s naiiiic lied Cross Money. I.ik. their regular advertising rnloi, more than many other llrms anil Mother Used fo Make. corporations of many times tiolr PAGE 3. Herea Summer School. capitalization. It is gratifying that PAGE 4. Locals. in Mime places business llrms havo PAGE 5. Local News Articles. PAftPftw. M n 11 n t n I 11 If.rtp.llltllrn come to the rescue of .. tbo nowspa- " .q JtMM ....... ...ill " " ..1' ""V Spray Potatoes; Plant Corn that derwritten space for thoso drives Wins; Everybody Called to I'n won for themselves and list; Herea Hoys and Girls' Ag an.l have Home De- their business, laurels that in no ricultural Clubs. partment: More than 102,000 other wuy could bo secured. Thoy killing two birds with one stone; Hoys Knrollcd for Farm Servicer are 11 .1.. . 11...1.. t ' .' ""S,,U,S3 ' The Kentuck.v In Six States. Invest Council of Defense. is waking up in most in Humanity. places as to the Importance of adSunday-schoLesson. PAGE 7. vertising. If our great government Sorinon: The Ministry of Sor- can succeed by advertising its great Hoy Scouts. The row. projects, what is thore to hinder tbo Fast KenIted Cross. nusiness man rrom enjoying a greattucky News Letters, continued er degree of success by tho samo from pago 8. methods? There will be great op 8. East Kentucky Nowu portunity for tbo PAGE business men of Letters. Herea to get hi on space underwrlt Mug in The Citizen when tho big Ited Never beforo in tho ltstory of Cross, drivo begins. Yo aro not go- the world lias a nation rb?iundcil (in; to beg any man to buy spaco. to tho calls of its leaders as has tho our's is tho only placo in towntlmt U. S. in tho recent drives for big this comniodity can bo purchased, enterprises as tho Y.M.C.A. Amor- - it is the only thing wo havo to sell ican licit Cross, First, Second and fiom which wo enn live. Wo would CONTENTS I l ' ,...., 1 . 1 ol The lied Cross drive is being earA Gennnn ofllcer estimated the loss ned into every coal field town in til shells at $200,000. Letcher County. Tho coal compaDown Twenty Hun Planes. Paris, Slay 0. The official report Isnies are responding liberally. Lclch-e- r will considerably oversubscribe sued, dealing with nertnl lighting, said: "Klght German airplanes were its quota. brought down Slay 2 and 12 others gravely damaged fell behind their Sheriff .lames Tolliver and depu- lines during a series of combats with ties left Whitesburg for Frankfort our nvlators. with eleven prisoners for tho peni"Effectual aerial bombardments were tentiary, sentenced at this term of carried nut during the day nnd night court. Nine of these wore for mur- of May 2, 27 tons of projectiles being- der. This was the largest number dropped on the railway stations nt of penitentiary sentences invtho his- Ilnnt, ltoyes, Cbniilnes and St. Quen-tiand upon bivouacs and cantontory of the county. ments In these regions. "Seven tbousnnd kilograms of bombs Seventeen thousand drafted men, Avere dropped on enemy establishments called for duty May 15, aro expected In the region of Hethel nnd upon the to report nt CninV Zachary Taylor. rallfood station at " Since the recent arrival of tbo 9,500 Flyers Bomb Hun Stations. selects, it is expected the new arLondon, May 0. The Ilrltlsh official rivals will bo placed in the 150th titmimmlnii tf on ilonltm- if (It nvlntlnn " " ; Depot Hrigade. to replace tho men says : tons of bombs 'Three and a half now forming that organization. were dropped on Ilapaume and other targets In the bnttle arens. So scarce is labor in this section "Fourteen hostile machines were in Gar-ru- downed nnd four were driven down out that many County aro bringing in large of control. Five of ours nro missing. gangs of men from Richmond, Lex"During ttie night five nnd n hnlf ington. Nichnlnsvillo and other tons of bombs were dropped on places in an effort to got the hemp Cbaulues, Jimlvllle, the railway June-- I broken in order to utilize the land tlou nt Ilapaume anct at Calx, Three for coming crops. Tliero nro hun- very largo bombs also were dropped from dreds of acres of hemp that is un- gates a low height on the enna lock nt Zeebrugce. broken. "Friday another most successful raid was carried out agijlnst the rail-- 1 The Lancaster High School Ilible way Matlon nnd sidings at Thlonvillo. class, which began its work on Feb- Tho Carlschutte works uguln were hit, ruary i, has llnislied its ten lessons and severnl bursts were seen on tho and has taken tho examination. Tho station sidings and gas works." State Young Men's Christian Association sent out the questions and All Records For Speed Broken. the Rev. II. S. Hudson, pastor of tho Philadelphia. All records for rapid Presbyterian church, gorstmctkm of a ship were broken Lancaster held the examination. when the 5,548-tosteel collier Tucka-boo was launched at tho Now York Firo of unknown origin dostroyed Shipbuilding Corporation in CamdefeJ salt the plant of the Louisville Steel & N. J. The keel of this wonderwork-- , was Iron Company and also damaged tag laid on April 8, and only 27 were required io prepare the wheel and axle shops of tho hull days launching. The boat was th for M, L. uisville & Nashville railroad half per cent completed when It slid lato a milo dist.itit Tho combined loss the waters of the Delaware and la 15 Tho steel days moro it will take its place tn the is estimated at 225,000. nnd iron company had just finished commerce of theworkl, complete and, (Continued oa Pigs Eight) ready for a cargo. Asfeld-La-Vllle.hemp-growers rd of tho disaster. F.vorylhing nt present points In n drive against tho Italians on tho part of Austrian nrmics. In fnct such n move is necessary ns conVienna, May 0. Heavy fighting ditions in Austria are serious, and along the whole Itallrtn front between drfrtinns from the army have octhe Adriatic nnil the (lludloaria Vnl-le- y curred, especially of the Slavic subIn the north Is reKrted In the offi jects of tho empire. Morever, somecial statement. thing must lio dono to draw attenl'nrls, Mny 0. Spirited nrtillery tion from the western front, as tho fighting along the Avre river, on the Allies resistance has led to critifront southeast of Amiens, Is report- cism of German failure at home. ed In the offlclnl statement. London, May C An Intense bomHumors were current during tho bardment was opened by the Gcrmnns week that Pope Henedict had put early In the morning on the Flanders under way a new peaco proposal. front from Locre to the south of Ypres. He has come out with the statement There Is great nctlvlty, nlso.n the sector between the forest of Nleppe nnd that such is not the ense and that' he considers the time inonnorluno Meteren, the war office announces. The nrltlsh slightly improved their for such a move. It is likewiso re that Germany has been position In n minor operation near ported Hinges, on the southerly side of the sounding England through Dulcti Lys salient, while on the northern agents, but has found no response. front the French carried out 11 local enterprise In which prisoners were Ireland is to have a new Lord taken In the Locro sector. Lieutenant in the person of Field The nren of the cannonading Indicates that, should the attack develop, Marshall Viscount French. This officer was for a timo in command It will be n frontal sweep wcstwnrd ngalnst Ilazehrouck, and n flanking in France in the early part 'of tho thrust northward to encircle Ypres war. Ho was afterwards placed in command of tho homo jforces in from the west. The sector under bombardment be- England. He is a strong Ulsterito fore Hnzebrouck Is n seven-milfront and is a member of tho Knights of from the Nleppe forest northward to the Order of St. Patrick. His apMeteren. Ilazehrouck Is slightly pointment is preparatory to tho more than four miles west of the line Conscription. where It passes west of y The Intter town Is about The Lord Mayor of Dublin is to between the forest nnd Meteren. visit tho United States with tho Ground Is Low. Battle purpose of seeking to acquaint tho Slost of the terrain between the present line and Ilazehrouck Is ex- American government witli thor along the Irish sentiment in regard to contremely low, especially England lias shown e river. The only heights scription. of any Importance are Knte hill nnd a strong disposition to heed tho Sfont de Merrls, both Just south of views of our country in regard to Meteren. Irish affairs, nnd this visit may bo The other bombnrdment ' area ex- the opening of an opportunity to tends from Locre eastward tn n point aid England in her most difficult south of Ypres, 11 front of about six msk. miles. Here the Germans, In previbeous assaults, have swept northward Tbo English armies, to the north yond the hills, with the exception of of Hncrl.nl. in tho nl.iin of Mesnno Scherpenberg. which lies Just north uu- of Locre. This point, strongly de- uiiiiiu, are iiieeiiu whii inuuii get aiming to fended by the French, has barred ene- ccss. They aro now my progress In this direction several possession of Mosul, and Aleppo, two very important points which times. The British hold the strong strate- command lines of approach to Con-- 1 gic points of Voormezeele and Dlcke-busstantinoph) and bases of Turkish Ypres Is more than two miles supplies. Indian troops are used north of the farthest Oerman advance largely in these operations, as thoy here. aro moro lilted to this warfare Iletween the two bombarded sectors to the trench service in miles, back of than Is n stretch of four Franco. which lire the strongly defended heights of Monts llouge, Nolr and De Tho strong and important fortress Illndenburg has thus selected Cats. of Sebastopol in Russia, on tho Black easier offensive the compnrntlvely areas In ense his Infantry follows up Sea, has fallen into the hands of tho Germans. As the Russian fleet for the artillery preparation. In severnl Instances of late, how- tho HIack Sea was hero it is likely ever, tho Gennnns hnve bombarded that tho Germans havo taken postwo or more areas merely to screen nn session of it and will find it a valnttnek on only one of them. uable addition In their own, should Allies Ready for Blow. it bo ablo to get out into tlto MedWith the Hritlsh Armies In Flan- iterranean Sea. Tho Hallic fleet of ders, May 0. The nllles nro alertly Itnssia is also in tboir hands so far awaiting Hlndenburg's next mighty m known. Nleppe-Menteren e Vleux-ner-qulmld-wnI'late-llecquh. Big Bombardment Opens Around Locre, While French Capture Prls. oners Great Activity In the Sector. blow. The first nnd second drives failed. Just ns the first dash toward Paris nnd the sea In 1911. The third Is nlready delayed by the sound thrashing adminforces, istered by the Frnnco-Ilrltlnecessitating a far more complete reorganization of Hlndenburg's hosts than wus nt first supposed. The situation today Is better than seemed possible during tho early The allies stages of tho offensive. r have stopped every attempt of Von On tho to edge toward Amiens. h IIu-tie- It is now known that tho English attempt to block tho channel to tho submarine base at S'eebruggo was successful and that itho Germans havo been busy trying to open tho channel as well as to restore tho fnrtillcations on tho molo that protected tho npproach to tho base. The English lost over six hundred men in this brave attack. Tho government of tho Ukrninu Lys both Von Arniln ami Von Quast has been dissolved nnd another put havo butted their heads ngalnst a in its place. It is not quite clear wall. are, but tho That the enemy has made galas on what tho reasons both battle fronts Is not disputed, but change seems to bo favorablo to die an untimely death were wo to try to live on the. little dollar wo got for a subscription and givo two linck for change. This is what wo do every time wo add a subscriber to our list; wo givo more than wo receive. You. may ask why wo don't go out of business if wo do not like our job. Wo do liko our job of serving tho peoplo nnd our nntlon at this tlnvo, but wo havo reasons' to worry about others not measur- -j Jug up t their opportunities. HU Y Sl'ACH AND IIF.LP T1IF. IIF.D CROSS., on the Kommii nor the Lys has he been able to exploit his successes. Itadly mauled, Hlndenburg's nrmles already have been forced to rest severnl weeks when time Is the most precious element. Heallzlng tho colossal stakes, the Same Protection as United States Mail German high command today Is perWashington. To break up car Utter-- fecting Its next stroke, which may deery, which has coat railroads and ship- cide the German chances. Tho blow pers millions of dollars, the Railroad mny come nt nny time. Administration has created a property British Worry Over Losses. protection section, with Philip J. Dob. Washington, Muy 0. Ilrltlsh losses urty, former Interstate Com mere In men killed, wounded, captured and Commissioner, at Its head. Vigorous missing on tho western front slnco the prosecution of offenders will be sosfht German offensive began March 21 are by the protection section, Mr. Dobartj estimated by tho Ilrltlsh military hero anonunced, and in serious cases grand to be nearly 250,000. In n statement jury Indictments will be asked. "Then giving this calculation tho mission must be a radical change in poMH said that overyttlng Indicates the ofopinion as to these crlmex," Mr. Dok fensive will bo continued almost Imerty said. mediately und that If the brunt of the 1 atlaclL.l3-borue.uula.bx. the outstanding feature Is that neither Germany. Tho inhabitants of this new republic havo been greatly disappointed aLOermany's efforts to take all tho food supplies. In cases thoy have burned them that they might not bo taken nwny, high-hand- Tho United States has succeeded in making an agreement with Nor- -. way for tho exchange of products that each need. As this is tho first wo havo favorablo arrangement been ablo lo mako witli any of tho northern neutrals it is regarded Norway with much satisfaction. has, throughout, been less friendly to Germany than has Sweden. tho situation will become serious unless tho Hritish troops are supported by sulllolunt reserves. tliclkithiu. Commencement June 5 Next Day Summer School Begins Pago Two. THE CITIZEN May 0, 1018. DEVIL HAS RESIGNED University Column II. Normal Column Vocational Column VOCATIONAL SERVICE FLAG patriOne of the most THE otic events that hns ever been witLouis Syberkrop, of Creslon, has Lnudn nessed in Keren look place In Vo- acipilred much fame in recent weeks cational Chapel last week. The pro- as author of a satlro on Kaiser will soon no over my l.no.I " In Argobrlpht: String Trio, MIsosOg- - gram was entirely departmental, III..,,.. Requests havo como to him Il -- ..,.1...... .iinniiMitillimo f l.l with but few visitors present. from Tumulty. Secretary Daniels Our Department Is only seven and Roosevelt, and people in every Sarah Jones; IJusiness Meeting. years old yet when the girls, all slnto of the Union and in Cauathr boro, I can truthfully say that The Normal girls have been very 11... InimK.itt la tint IHilPn llOflll. so pretty, dressed in whlto marched have asked for copies of Mr. Syber-krop- 's ' Of hi. work than M article. 11 is: ports of Mses Helen Fairrhlld and in carrying our service flag, lo, and bo says: MWo have n stupenViola DelJord ronrernlng their trips behold! 117 stars could be counted: "The Infernal Region, dous piece of mncbincry hero to Louisville In attend the K. K. A. one slnr for earh of our boys fol"Juno 28, 1017.. i By FRANKLIN K. LANE, ....I II, en,i,n !j flntniT I lln A. has not been lowing "Old Olory." We are proud To Wlllielm . von llohonr.nllern,! ii...' r nil However, the K. - I ii Secretary of the Interior. til Willi II 11 is. J HMIlii. vf, Will of Ibis record proud Ibat VocaKing of Prussia. Emperor of n'lj it... i1MH...ll nnnnll1rtn .... Il.n nnrl mentioned in any of the reports tional boys have the spirit of old. , ownrdiu : Germany nnd Envoy Extraordina? o I'aylor. We are always anxious In of '7(V that Ibey will drop the plow UT of the $100,000,000 given last June by the ry of Almighty God: support." His thoughts go bark to know lines lo go to (lie trenches. Just how our boys in ramp "My Denr Wlllielm: Korea: "I often think of Herca and nro doing, nml wo were very much American people to the Red Cross, nearly As we gnzed with admiration on I . .. . "I can call yon by that familiar; II, - l.nn .,tinlnrMnillt tt C ! tho Grand Old Flag our hearts were one-hal- f ($15,000,000) has pone to help the ; dents hanging just over my ucsk. ' Union Literary Soeiely met in thrilled by the melodious 'strains name for I have always been verv, elose lo you. much closer than you! , .. . l.iOO V 51. C A. Wo have over refugees, the orphaned children, the repatriates and . Saturday even im and of patriotic hymn from the patri cuilil over know. Un on Ha secretaries n business and religious rendered the following program: otic hearts of the samo girls who you were yell wounded of the French, Belgian, Italian, Serbian, "From the time that work hero; some in (logon . some Society; Invocation, bad marched forward with tho flag. an undeveloped being in your, in huts, nnd many in centers whore j( The songs will long be remembered peoples. EIw, mother's womb I bnvo shaped your, Roumanian and other troops are eonsol dating. ' whicker; Oration. Horace Cnrloo; and fell in the hearts of the boy destiny for my own purpose. The Red Cross has spent more than $30,000,-00- 0 meeting I attended 2M miles out who listened. Most especially will "In the days of Rome I created a, they be remembered by those who in France alone in the establishment of canteens Chas. Graham. Taylor Ha- !rC.. tho close who know roughneck known in history as mo 'Huncnn, me at in a snort time will mid another Nero: ho was a vulgar character fQr tj,e p0jlUSt the reconstruction of deVUStcd dis- mooting ker; Recitation, Homer Cox; De star to our flag. Imok in Uie Stales, and am -, I, .11 ..r, bale: Resolved, That tho Red Cross i .......... l.. I'.i.ai. To complete the program Prof. nnu siiiini my iuiii.i- hi. u. days tncts, the Care Ot llOIlieleSS Children, the llOUSlIlg Ot is doing more for the soldiers than ticular time. In these modern . ,. Keren. We have a great time.' .. or Win. ,Iese llaird began Ills patriM a rlnsir demon and ofllolent super- -, refUgeeSt the Sending of food, clotllCS and Supplies Graham. Taylor Hakor; Negative, otic speech. As he began wo did criminal was needed and as I kno-,? but little think we were about to the iiohenzoiiern blood i picked you to the sorely burdufied civilian population. More hlljah CundiiT, Chester Drown. John W. Smith, of ith Co. Inf., bear the greatest speech we had We were glad In see the pielup; my special iiKtriiiiiont in pinco t Casuals. A. 11F writes to his friend,' , 11.,. .1.1...!.' .. ever heard. $2,000,000 has been spent in fighting tubercu- Hut as his speech as ......: i.. I gave l" Frank Farmer, of Camp Sherman. i'j;k ! blended into tho most heart touch- on earth an annex of hell. likewise loSIS, OI1C 1 I'l.lt.J, fit ill,.llis you abnormal ambition, $1,149,- of the Worst of War S A. T nm liovin,. n ronl limn In ' winning teams Of ing pathos and truth, picturing the HMn.i" .llh ITnln'. Prnmlllinnnrv Ul,i" "m0'P ,,Jls bc picturexpended for the shelter of war orphans, cruel old German soldier 000 '.Ilin I1"51" Forces. Can't toll you where I am. arsons was doing practice ing him as he painted the point of ings; i twisted your mind to that $2,709,730 has been appropriated for the reconstruc-;UriTc.?ita- bi It Is some pretty place much rich teaching at Model Rural School bis bayonet with the blood of innoer looking country than ours, but last week. the !' tion of villages and general relief work in the dev- cent mothers and youth, nnd as the yu know it isn't. The good old U. Edward Mnrrs was confined in very mood of the audienco changed 'enngerons character placed in pnw- - astcd iireaS. S. i the best of all. I nm not bome-sir- k. tho hospital a few days last week into something more solemn than or; I gnvo you Uie power or n lierause I am having a good on usual, we knew then wo wero hearIn Italy a great work of relief was organized account of a sprained knoe. hypnotist and a certain magnetic timo. Snnw very fine scenery. In 1 L. 1I ! -. Normal have discovered that they ing something unusual. - n.-""' ...... w.nr ii... A 1 1 "' all my going about In England I uuiii iiiivt" ui uuii tail, auu me ' Afiniiiatli1n frr i llfa aiLLT tue a.uiu It must have been real. It was'1. I T '" have sirn but ono framo houso: bnvo a base hall club. They bent the real if it had not have been V" Z" ... thousands of refugees came pouring over the 1 " tl.py an all brick and somo most ,"h, the entirp audience could have left n iiirimii in ill mat ..n.iho .ic.i'ivjjo in 11 ki i. i no giiiui- - vii uuvvr in your crippled con on your left, for biauliful eonnlry homes. I would much danger at any timo. Po and the Piave were aided by a business-lik- e and At the their handkerchiefs in their place il tion embitters your life and denut, lake a 51,000 for my trip those tears would not linvo fallen. beginning the Normal boys supply and canteen service, improvised stroys all noble impulses that might if I gpf bnrk safely; of courso. if I As the speech camo lo a close Vo 'otherwise piled up a big lead, but the highcaue me anxiety, but out of the existing organization. g, d. n't got bark. I ean't. lako More than Hip fourth or cational knew more of tho war titan vonrstrong sword arm overcame it in h driven Ity ran I? Will be glad for t browsmaking the score 0 to 0. How- - it had ever known before'. Should fifth squelches all $3,000,000 Was tllUS Spent for Italy. your ambition that from yon and all my old ever, the "teachers1 kept on scoring Baird have then called for volun friend." teers for Untie Sam, Vocational American funds will soon make the plain of and Full held the enemy. Fulli today. "Let's showed heady work, pitching him- - would be "boy-les- s" ft". rimo Flanprr. of (he 16th Apro'w',f oul of one or ,wo PteUy clo--e every dire,tio. Am. this i, ofscwls am! agricultural implements. In this section I,aP0S- PiUrhins and his two R.piadron. A. E. F.. write bis mother ,,onM runs lnnfl, lli,n 11,0 slnr noiv- lhfi in part a follows: "It i hard for ullcie Sam." of Serbia more than fifty thousand refugees have iortW ,"t of .. .. .. "T! i a VnttirtMl n a nee,! no im Rro follows theUninnJac.it; umier crc (n roncentrat" Ins uiougiils as fmtinan Rat-d:- .'s her rule wibl tribes become tillers been on the verge of starvation for nearly two years. bavn iust retiimod from a lianl M follows: D. Trosper, c; or the soil nml in due lime itractl- work and the follows are all 0,iff' lh: Cnrl,- - 2b: Mnrr 3h Fir-talkn- w It should be a source of daily pride to every w,,, ss: aL eivil- .1,. i. Hi. w'n"n. If: Wliloker. cf; A NEGLECTED FOOD SUPPLY- about in- - and di'cusslnjrvt-- 1 our own Red Cross is adding new n-ixer of tho globe and I 1IATI! UFA. American inpie.. I am well and happy Graham, rf; JlcWIIlinms, p; FulU, mV fiijoving mvlf splendidly; SOj0' and Imw oils and fU eouhl glories to the American Name in the Mother saved Dr- - McAllister. C. B. Anderson, I don't know what more one could1 from nuts of every kind. I wonder U,trpd "iT,.,l' l ! M Continent. Our full support is essential if its presIrgnn. ami Dowoy Trospcr if we ever will learn the E desire. I received two letters from Ew,l,8,,1 value of OVPr 10 Lxlntn Saturday nn vou'd1"0 Ki llI lii" v..ii tbi week and am sending lirwitMl mil. In mn n..,l l.on.l iricmi lIBIUIT.ll -ent mighty work of succor and human brotherhood a v iifii fitxs ttvunm IWcnt hisLnrv nroves a mpv ..f "The Wing Slip" which is ,' "upnd tl,e matins of the Acad-- P We to not Jiegin to realise their i.ei vimliAil ltoii .mi l,v Uie cadets here in,pmy of 5oleiwo. riohnoas nor Uio many ways in how well our work whs done, it is to be continued on an ever increasing scale. ,,lL,c "" : r; mp broke your royal mother's heart, but Tell faUier he will have to' which they may he used. vuif IM! I get home, then T will tell Iinmore, has gone to stay with his We henr people say nuts are in,,,mn inUj U'e deep! cut of his salier, and rauily xl:ii''l M the' bolh f.m iiiherileil disease of all about mv location and etpori- - RrandinoUier. Mrs. Wagers. Ho 1ms digestible. together, only lo be 'torn apart and, by and sen a bouse full of inn... m( Often this is because loo uuspiuu smtu mnnv are en ton nf. oma Hum nr nl UOIieiWOiimiS Kinn.1 Jinn cures. We entertained a largo urvu l l"u Wmn.lv Mniliwl hi-.Ind.nl InnMl.n. l.kMl ..n II.. I.n..u ..I "v V V" 7. V'. il will .kill you. and a crowd of French people hv bovine 1,18 ulrln unt" lnsl fcnturday. the wrong time. Many nuts contain 1 the corals, urnted with oil ami ilred. tb.-- mv Sn " ,p a real hot game of baseball with as much muscle-buildin- g lmve Iroltetl over the battle- - teachings did not slop with you. but .r'"Pr " food as tho 'ou a nearby eamp. The spring weather "l In," sooner than I fields uf Itetgiuui and France, I have have lieen extended to the who!.' richest cheese, anil twice iU fats; nn" " PRESIDENT WILSON ENDORSES is just fine and we are enjoying (H,n y0,. m,M nf (egtruotinn every- one third more my muscle build- - cxpiciui. nation. I rnnfe CHILD WELFARE DRIVE overy minute of it." ing power than beef-slea- k, To assist you ami farther hasten wlore; jt3 n your worjti 8niwr. laiuc soul grew sick and there and one fifth times as much fat, and seven my work. I sent lu Uiree ovil flHn t,nt j ln()(e you. i imv0 fen then I knew (be pupil bad become fn a letter to tho Secretary of spirits. NoiUsche, Treitibko and' t,e tields of Poland; now a wilder-lat- (bo master. I am n Itack numhri, signi times as much as eggs. Labor. President Wilson has Bernhnrdi. wboie Iwcblngs ,,eM 1!t for prowling liensts only? and my dear Wilhulm, I alidirato LIKE MOTHER CheslnuLs contain nearly as much fled li is cordinl approval of tho plans for the Children's Yoar to be carried as llio best wheat flour and four inflamed tho youths of Gcrmnny,,l0 niPrry children in Poland now; in your favor. The great key f limos as much as potatoes. When who in good time would be willing! t1Py .,n 9Uccumbod to frost hull turned over lo you. MAKE out by tho Children's Bureau and the, food value of peanuts is hotter and loyal subjects and eager to spill ptarvntion I drifted down into and- gnvel will bo has struck the doomTho flaof that the Woman's Committee of the Council of Nntionnl Dofonso. Tho undersuiod. they will como more Iboir blood and pull your chestnuts. jcia w,Pro formerly Jews nnd Oen- - damned souls since time began is yours and mine; tno spoil nas neon tieg ive( happily togolhor; I found yours. I nm sntisllwl with what 1 toxt of tho presidential ondorso- - and more into proper use. Khaki Clad Boy With .a Lump in Just think of them bejng threo perfect you cast your ambitious 1)ut nnns nml a9i,M; fet a our. have done; thai my abdication ri ment is as follows: limes as nourishing as Juicy beef- eyes towant the Mediterranean, Throat Welcomes Home ,.((0 jn ,nv pnpn, for i wag your favor is for tho very liet. The White House, of boll in tho future I nm steak; already tho mills are convert- HgypU Imlia, and tho nardnnellos. njj i,ovo my oxpootation. I was Washington. Cooking. j ing their products in vnrious and you began your great railway, j Hpigimu wlion you drovo tho a! your majesty's service. AffecTo llio Secretary of Labor, ways. A ono hundred and fifty (150) lo Ilagdad. but tho ambitious arch- -' peaceful population liefore you liko tionately nnd sincerely, Imagine your boy on u troop train My dear Mr. Secretary: (0 slavery; you separated "LUCII'1511 II. SATAN" bound for dome United States seaport Next to tho duly of doing every pound bushel of black walnuts duke and bis moro ambitious wifO(.nii0 jwhere a transport lies ready to take thing posiblo for tho soldiers at tho yiold twelve and ono half (12) stood in your way. It was then nmil !m, wjf0 aIi forced them to him and his regiment "over there." front, there could be, it scerm to me, pounds of meats, tho face value bo that I sowed the seed in your heart i.ar,i iai,nr i.. ironchos. I havo seen EXPERTS j,IN SHOOTING TRAIN He never felt healthier In his life In inar .17.000 rnlorins nnil if. lm hnon that blossomed into llio assassination i.n ,.,0,1 (lendlsh raoo committed MEN AT CAMPS IN USE body. In tzilud? If he llncJs moments no moro patriotic duty than that of calculated that tho samo number of I of the Duke and his wife, and nll0I, young women, and those who Or RIFLE when his thoughts begin to race back protecting tho qhildren, who conat twenty bell smiled when il saw now ciovcr-flv- o wero forced into maternity wero of our population calories in beef-stea- k, towurd you, wondering what you are stitute one-thiSerbia. cursing tho father of their offspring cents per pound, would cost! I.v you saddled the criino on doing, can you blame him If occasion-all- y The success of tho efforts mndo in Tho National Army and many orsomething lumps In his throat England in behalf of tho children is over S0.0O. We'd better let tho I saw you set sails for the fjords of nnd I began to doubt if my own in ganizations of the National Guard you woui.i ferno was really up to date. I knew about as comfortable as a billiard ball? evidenced by tho fact that the in- children gather each and pick out Norway and having been equipped with tho And then the train grinds to a stand, fant death rate, in England for the tho "goodior." provo nn alibi. How cleverly done, so "You havo taken millions of doli United Stales rifle, model of 1917 still. Some one yells, "HIg eats; oh. A bushel of hickory nuts valued much liko your noblo grandfather, lars from innocent victims nnd call (mollified Kuflcld), it becamo neceslowboy I" as several Ked Cross uniforms second year of tho war was tho ed il indemnity; you havo lived sary to doviso some plan whereby history. Attention is at $3.00 yields as many calories as who also secured an assassin to flash out In the crnu-i- l nn Mm utntlnn est in her old King Frederick of Den- fat on tho land you usurped nnd troops could bo efficiently trained platform. For here is a Ited Cross now boinS given to education and does 10.00 worth of round steak and will only mark, nnd later robbed that coun- sont tho real owners away to star- in tlio use of Ibis weapon In short emergency canteen. Here he can get labor conditions for children by the so other comparisons bring out tho facts as to our neg- try of two provinces that gave Ger- vation. You havo strayed away time. coffee good, hot coffee sandwiches, legislatures of both Franco and candy, tobacco, fruit, postal cards and England, showing that tho con- lect of cheap source of food, and many nn opportunity to becomo n from nil legalized war methods and A statement authorized by tho almost anything that he may baTe for- viction among Allies is that tho ono which docs not requiro tho naval power. Murder is dirty work, introduced n codo of your own. You Onlnanco Department tells how gotten. constant labor of digging, planting, bul It lakes a Hohcnzollern to make bnvo killed and robbed tho people in shooting, many of them Does It help his spirits? Does It? protection of childhood is essentiof friendly nations nnd destroyed members of United Stales teams and caring for as do cereal and away nnd gel by. al lo winning tho war. Does It cheer him to get these snacks "Your opportunity was at hand; their property. You nro a liar, a which won international shooting I am very glad that tho same root crop. of good home tasting food served by When wo plant nut trees, wo aro you set tho world on flro nnd tho hypocrito and a bluffor of llio high- matches, were commissioned and women like those In bis own family? processes nro boing set afoot in this Probably the most valuable part of the country, and I heartily approve tho making : permanent and paying bolls of hell wero ringing; your est magnitude. You aro a part of sent to various camps to instruct ' Hed Cross canteen service work Is the plan of tho Children's Bureau and investment. rape on Belgium caused much mine, and yet you poso as a person- officers nnd men in shooting and in effect of the smile and cheer from the the Woman's Committee of tho Other generations of men and ani- joy, it was tho beginning, tho al friend of God. Ah, William, you tho operation nnd caro of llio ride. women who uro In charge. Soldiers or a perfect hell nro a wonder. You wantonly mals will rest under their shade foundation In ono camp offlcors under inwrite frequently such messages as the Council of National Defense for all things in your path and struction from these men gave n earth, tho destruction of following, indicating their apprecla. making tho second year of the war and enjoy tho fruits of our labor. on Wo Americans, facing tho un- noblo cathedrals and oilier Infinite lenvo nothing for coming genera- demonstration in dismounting and tion of this branch of Red Cross "no of united activity on bohalf of - known, should not only think of works of art was hailed with Joy tions. assembling this riflo whllo blindwork: children, and in that sense n chil"I was amazed when I saw you folded, tho record timo boing 7 ourselves in this world crisis, but in tho infernal regions. You mado The Red Cross of Chicago met us dren's year, with coffee, sandwiches and post cards. r trust that tho year will not only for those to follow, and in no way war on friends and foo nllko and form a partnership with tho impos- minutes for dismounting nnd 2 showed my sible Turk, tho chronio killer of can this bo than by of iiSf.t m.,n,?.MrWomen ar? B,,U," fieo 1,10 6aI rcached of saving ono planting nut belter dono caring for tho murderhad olvllians fruit. Your Christians, and you a dovout wor- minutes for assembling. These ofteachings trees and borno ficers in turn instruct mechanics treachery tovard neutral nations shipper in tho Lutheran church. classes, tho mechanics boing trained Cross and help the boys who hire rol- - I anil young ciiuuruu, uui mm mu thoso wo now havo hastened a universal upheaval, tho I confoss, Wilholm, you nro a puz-zl- o to mako repairs to rillos In tho field. work may so successfully develop unteered their lues." at times. A Mohammedan army, Frequently they will havo to do thing I most desired. Your underThere are now more than COO of as lo set up certain irreducible minofficers, thoir work nt night, when they will Is n master stroke, commanded by German these Ited Cross canteens or refresh- imum standards for health, educaTho Minister of Agriculture of sea warfare ment units located at the Important tion, nnd work of ,tho American Drazll has been authorized to estab- from tho smallest mackerel pot to assisting ono another in massacro-In- g not bo allowed to uso lights, and railroad centers In the United States. Christians Is a now lino or war-far- o. therefore they must bo thoroughly lish modern experimental farms and tho great Lusltanla you show no Every commander of a troop train has child. war Lord you stand When a Prussian ofllcor can trained in taking down tho rifle and agricultural colonies, especially for favorites: as a a list of these canteens, bo that be can dlsom-bowolCordially and sincerely yours, putting in now parts by senso of tho education of orphans and aban supreme, for you havo no mercy; witness a nudo woman being call upon the Red Cross for this servby a swarthy Turk, com- touch. you havo no consideration for tho doned children. ice at these stations en route. (Signed) WOODROW WILSON baby clinging to Its mother's breasts mitting a double murder with ono OVERSEAS Phllomalhea Literary Snrlolvmtl In a If ttor to his id tho ustinl llmo last Saturday ovo- former assistant. Mr. Campbell, re tln fnl- - rnoM II Tnylor Satan, In Letter to Gorman Ruler, Informs Him He Has Ousted All Other Evildoers from Pinna-cl- o thrilling of'lnfamy ".i Ills work and as lie puts it, "I ,'lowlnff program wos given: The Mountain Feud. Wll-heli- n. IW' DYNAMIC RED CROSS MONEY .,.l 1 tz I - .?! 1 a , T ui.s ,, ... ts; "e ZnT7Llml .,. -- u-vj- ci itl " ZZ that far-reachi- i any-tliin- . Tr& T2imZ hi,.. T'w ""' ."'. 11 ,re--- Z hM Jni that 1 TI 2 "LITl ,,u"" ' 1 l"" ."" lb', hi; ' .hli. T' n () er USEDJTO sts rd ve ex-pe- rls do-str- oy cd -- A May (, IKI8. THE CITIZEN I'ago Three. BEREA SUMMER SCHOOL EIGHT WEEKS MANAGEMENT - JUNE 6 TO AUGUST 1, 1918 MATHEMATICS a, b. Algsbra. The foundation or Algebra, through quadratic equations. Academy or Normal credit, one unit. 18 hours per weak, e, d. Plane Osemetry. nooks MV, ' Academy or Normal credit, one unit. ti hours per walk, e, f. Advanced Algebra. This course continues the work or course a, h above, and prepares for the College mathematics. Academy or Normal credit, one unit. It hours per weak. I. rolld Oeomatry. Prerequisite, Plane Geometry. College credit, one-haunit. 8 hours per week. Trigonometry. College credit, one-hal- f unit. 8 hours per wtsk. The Summer School Is nqw In charge of Dean McAllister assisted by several other of Uio regular instructors in different departments of Hcrca. Ileginning with tlio first day of tho Summer School and continuing until tbo closo of tho exhibition at Its end, Dean McAllister will bo "Summer Regent," having oversight regarding tho conduct of tho students of tho Summer School, and of all other students who may remain in Oerca during tho summer. (Students wlio reside at their own homes during tho summer will not bo under tho direct supervision of the Summer Ilcgcnt unless they cngngo In work for tho Colltgs.) During tho remaining limo of tho summer vacntion tho Summer Ilcgcnt will bo In enlarge. elementary school, nasic principles and approved practices of teacbtng each subject will be considered In addition to a discussion of the aiatntlal function ami proper content of the course to be given In each. Kendall and Mlrlck'a: How To Teach The Fundamental Subjects, 8 hours per week. Normal Credit, one-haunit. This course treats of the factors' of study, also teach-In- r bow to study. Pupils taking this course are eipected to apply the principles discussed, thus using- their knowledge as fast as It Is acquired. Tb course Is valuable to any student, whether planning to teach or not. one-hal- f 18 hours per week. College credit, unit. 1. Method ef Study. t. Mtthod In Education. Fundamental principles of class teaching from the pyschologlcal and social point of view. Conditions of development, spirit of tbe school room, kind or lessons, conduct of a recitation, lesson units, methods of study, etc, Observation and discussion of lessons In tie primary and elementary schools, applying: these to principles studied, reparation of lesson plans exemplifying principles, etc. College credit, one-hal- f unit. t hours per weak. I. Educational Psychology. This course treats of tbe results of experimental psychology as applied to the problems of the school room. Prerequisite, an elementary course In Psychology. College credit, one-hal- f unit. I hours par weak. ENGLISH e. The Merchant of Venice, Washington's Farewell .Bunker lllll Oration, Lincoln's Cooper Institute Speech. Academy nr formal credit, one-haunit. Address, 8 SCIENCE COURSES Biology. A study of the fundamental facts related to life structures and processes, as round In both plants and animals, followed by a consideration or lire forms and adaptations. Especial emphasis Is placed upon the local lire types. The text Is supplemented by lectures, laboratory exercises and field excursions. Hunter: Civic Biology. Laboratory fee, (0 cents. Academy or Normal credit, one-ha8 hours per week. unit. NO. Physical Geography. To a close study of the text Is added two hours per week of field or laboratory work. Special emphasis Is placed upon tbe formation and preservation of toll, the relation or forests to erosion, the laws governing weather conditions, and tbe relation or all or these ractort to human life and social development. Dryer: Physical, Commercial and Regional Geography. Academy nr Normal credit, one-ba8 hours per weak, unit. c, d. Physics. A beginning; course In Fhyslcs designed to acquaint the student with alt the fundamental principles of Physics. 1. General Mechanics and Heat. 2. Electricity and Magnetism. 3. Sound and Light; their nature, cause and practical application. Laboratory fee, Mllllkan and Gala: Introduction to Physics. Academy or Normal credit, one unit. it hours per week. KJ4. REGULATIONS The regulations of the Summer Scltool nro the same as thoso of the regular term tlino. Students In town will observe the rules of tho Students' Manual. All students in Summer School, or working for tho College, attend a student's Conference at 0:15 a.m. each Sunday, Sunday School at 0:30 and n general assembly (some cntcrtalnmont) , each Tuesday night at 7:30. J Webster's hours per week. d. Julius Caesar, Macaulay's Llfo of Johnson, selected poems of Oray and Burns. 8 hours per weak. Academy or Normal credit, one-bal- f unit. Ifta. English Composition. An elementary course designed to develop within the pupil the power or simple, stronr and direct expression. Special attention to spelling: and punctuation. 8 hours per week. Normal credit, one-hai- r unit. The School shall continue eight weeks and the work dono in it may count for one unit in College, Normal, Academy, or Vocational Departments or two hnlf units. One hundred and twenty-oighours in the Summer School arc accounted equihours of term time. valent to Uio ono hundred aid forty-foht ur A student taking a unit of work in the Summer School may do office work up to eighteen hours a week or manual labor up to twenty-fohours per week. ur It. English Literature. An Introductory course in English Literature. The aim or this course Is to give a general survey of English Literature, with more regard to content than chronology; discussing tbe greater works and the most Important elements In tbe form and technique of poetry. The purpose throughout being to help the student to an Intelligent appreciation and genuine enjoyment or literature. Manley: English Trose and Poetry. 8 hours per week. College Credit, one-hal- f unit. FRENCH French. -- Klftnents of French Grammar; drill In pronunciation anil vocabulary : practice In French conversation: composition; read ing of easy 'elections of French prose. 16 hours per week. College credit, one unit. SPECIAL FEATURES In addition to tho regular courses, there will bo various tertainments and social occasions among which aro the 1. en- Doctor and Mrs. Roberts Lawn Feto Dean McAllister Tho Art or Study No student shall attend any class in the Summer School unless he has been regularly assigned. All bills must be paid in 3. 4. President Frost 5. 6. Mrs. Peck and Mr. nigby Songs and Violin Professor Hunt Moving pictures Mr. Livijigood Moonlight Walk FRANK M. LIVENGOOD Instructor IibIbbhBb HkIb 'el BEREA COLLEGE HOSPITAL Cares for the Health of All Summer School Students i WILLIAM JESSE BAIRD Instructor three stories high Has electric elevator Has spacious sun parlor Is fireproof throughout Is equipped for hydrotherapy Will accommodate fifty patients Has most perfect operating room and surgical equipment . WILLIAM CARL HUNT Instructor COURSES Classes will be organized for work in the following course), provided as many as five students apply for admission to such class. AGRICULTURE vb. Agronomy. (Soils). Text book work three hours per watk on tbe physical and chemical composition of soils with special emphasis on the nature of mountain soils, bringing out the effects of washing and showing what fertilisers are best adapted to the various soils. Laboratory two hours per week with practice In testing soils for acidity, effect of drainage and lack of elements. Whltson and Walsten Soils and Soli Fertility. One-hal- f 8 hours per week. unit. ve. Agronomy, (Tarm Crops). Teit book work three hours per week on tbe adaptation of crops to soils and seasons, study of rotation, seeding, tillage and harvesting of various farm crops adapted, to tbe Southern Mountains, Laboratory work two hours per week with experiments on crop growing, the adaptation of various crops to different soils and tbe effects of liming, drainage and ferlillilng with special emphasis on tb leguminous slants. Wilson and Warburtoni Field Crops. One-ha8 hours per week. unit, Va, GREEK Grammatical elements and first reading; the common forms, Idioms and construction; one book of Xenophon's Anabasis. 18 hours per wtek. College credit, one unit. 1. Oreik. t, EXPENSES one-hal- HISTORY a, b. Ancient Flitory. Outline of Ancient History with special emphasis upon the development of Institutions In Greece and Home. Academy or Normal credit, one unit. IS hours per week. e, d. English History. From the earliest period to modern times, with special emphasis upon present conditions. 16 hours per week. Academy or Normal credit, one unit, e, f. American History. Special emphasis problems of American life. Academy or Normal credit, one unit. will be placed upon Tuition Fee, for eight points or one unit f unit Tuition Fee, for four points or Hospital Fee, for Boarding Students Board and Room, eight weeks WoWn$18.00 .... $10.00 .5.00 1.00 20.00 , There can be no rebate in case a student leaves before the completion of the work. (No student may take more than one unit's work in the Summer School.) current IS hours per week. la. English History. A study or tbo life and Institutions or tbe English people, with special reference to the constitutional, Industrial and social For further information, or friendly advice, address MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Secretary. Berea, Kentucky. COUNCIL OF DEFENSE WILL ADCLAIMANTS VISE WAR-RISK development. College Credit, one-ba- unit. HOME SCIENCE 8 hours per week. MEN b. A course Credit, one-ha- BLACKSMITHING for beginners. unit. It hours per week (double periods), , ARE WANTED BY THE ERNMENT FOR EXPORT TRADE OFFICES GOV- CARPENTRY Va, b. A practical course Credit, one-bsunit. In the care and use of tools. 16 hours per week (double periods), COMMERCIAL BRANCHES Intensive courses will be olTered In llookkeeplng, .Shorthand anil Typewriting. Our succeti In the war depends largely upon the of our hustneaa organizations. The Army is calling tetie of thousands of stenographers, typewriters, anil bookkeepers from their Railroads, Coal Mines positions. The Civil Service needs thousands. and Factories are nettling ollicc workers. These places mutt be filled or our armies In the Held cannot light. As u patriotic duty, young men under military age and young women who lime any liking or Illness for a business career should take these courses. The Summer School Is your opportunity. etlicl-encjr Va, Vb, Mechanical Drawing. Credit, one-bsl- f unit. DRAWING Projections, developments. 8 Clothing, va, vb, vc. Plain Eewlug. Hand and machine senior as applied to making- of under garments. Darning, patching: and repairing of garmeuts. Use or commercial patterns, matins; of wash shirt waist suit. IS hours per week (double periods), Credit, one-baunit. rood, va, vb, vc. Plain Cooklug. Tbo composition of tho various common foods, their values to the human body and sclentinc methods of preparation. Tbe etncleut planning, preparation and serving of simple, attractive and economically balanced meals. 18 hours per week (double periods). Credit, one-hal- f unit. Homo Science, NSI. Teachers Course In Practical Arts. This course Is not Intended to give vocational training, but to outline and Illustrate such work a should bo given to rural school pupils. Tho rural teacher Is eipected to give Instruction lu the Industry of both men and women. Tho members of the class will do the thing that are planned for tho children In the elementary schools, and bo taught how to teach these manual arts with the belt i fleet. Tho work will Include carpentry, painting and decorating, cement work, simple weaving on frame or desk loom, home science, and home nursing. Ono-ba18 hours per week (double periods). unit. hours par week. t, Llvy. a, b. Beginning much dally drill In Academy or e, d. Cessar.-lioo- ks Academy or . LATIN rrsihman Latln.-De EDUCATION A 'Mil. fundamental Prloclelss of Teaching the Cenunoa Branches. sours calculated to dcvilop skill In teaching tbe common subjects of the speclsl permission of tbe Dean of tb Collage, arrangement may be made by wblch College credit will be allowed for couraes In N. D. By Senectute, De Amlcllla, and selections from Education. NM and NO. Latin. Mastery of forms and principles of syntax, with applying tbe same In oral and written sentences. 18 hours per week, Normal credit, one unit. review of syntax; Latin composition. 1 Normal credit, one unit. hours per atck. Tho Council of National Dcfonso has urged tho Slato councils to pro-vivoluntary uid for dependents of men in (ho sorvico in collecting nllotinonts of pay and family allowances, arrears of pay, travol pay, c.vtrn pay. or other monoy duo estates of deceased soldiers and sailors. Allotments and nllownncos untitir insurance law nro tho war-ris- k paid directly by tho Treasurj Department to tho porsons ontitto.1 Iherolo; claims for iusurnuco taken nut under tho law should ho Into Htiroau of War-Ris- k Treasury Dopartmotit, surance Washington, D. C; claims for arrears of pay, oxlru pay and travel pay oS ilouonsod soldiors and sailor and nil othor olaims should ho to Auditor for tjio War Washington, I). C. do The United States Government is looking for men who can tako chargo of branch offices of tbo Buo. reau of Foroigu and Domostio Department of Commerce, and men to act as assistants In theso ollicos. Branches aro located in tho principal commercial citios. Tho salaries rango from $1,800 to $3,000 for inanagors, and from $1,200 to if j, 800 for assistants. i examination noucompotitivo A will bo hold May 1G in various parts of tho country. Applicants will bo technique, examined in oxport-trad- o promotion of commerce, Aid economic geography, and credit will bo given for knowledge) of foreign languagas. Tho examination will bo uiulor tho direction of tho Civil Service. Com-merc- Page Four. BEREA LOSES ANOTHER CITIZEN TEK CmZEA GOOD i May 9, 1916. CHRISTIAN LOCAL PAGE v NEWS OF BEREA AND VICINITY, OATHEREO VARIETY OF SOURCES FROM A Dean & Stafford REAL ESTATE Bank & Trait Bldg. Berea, Ky. Best Blacksmithing Scientific horse shoeing, fine iron work and repairs of all descriptions at the College Blacksmith Shop, Main Street, north of The Citizen ad. Office. W SELL hats and sell them right. ad. Mrs. Laura Jones. Dr. and Mrs. Dunn, of lUchmond, were guests at Boone Tavern Sun- day. Miss .Mary Tatum, who has been leaching at Sadieville, came home last week to spend the summer with her parents. Mrs. Jennie Fish was ill at her home on Center street last week. Miss Ethel Harris, who is in thp Slate Normal at Richmond, spent Monday here with her mother. Mrs. B. Harris. Mrs. Laura Jones is in Cincinnn ti this week buy ins; new hats for (Ad-I- 5 her Sale. Mrs. Oscar Hayes, and Mrs. Nellie (formerly Shelton Nettie Miss Dunn were at Camp Sherman, O, Inst week, visiting Mrs. Shelton's husband, who is stationed there. 1 Boy Scout of first, second and fourth patrol were at camp at Cow-he- ll Hollow from Saturday until Monday. , Mr. and Mrs. Scott T. McGuireand son, Scott T were visitinc in Wil- moro from Saturday until Tuesday with friends. Ray St, Clair, who is in Y.M.C.A. work at Fort Oglethorpe, was here the first of the we;k. Mrs. Laura Jones will hecin her big Sale. Friday, May inth. Every style the market affords opened up Friday at her store. Just back from Cincinnati with hie now line of the latest shapes and ' (Ad-1- 5 millinery supplies. Tho Boy Scouts of Berea sold 818.000 worth of Liberty Bond;. Isn't that great? Give our Boy Scouts a boost for the next drive, as they are anxious to help win the war. Mr. and Mrs. Felix Mutiny are entertaining a new baby girl which arrived Friday afternoon. Oeorge Pow, who is working at Wheelright, is home this week with bi wife and daughters on Chester Mid-Seas- When VL have n alo it i a Genuine Sale. The best is put on the market at a price pleasing to our customers. We buy fresh slork for our sale. We work off no old shop worn stock on you. Our hats are right ami our prices are right. That is why we SELL Hats. Mrs. Laura Jones. 'Ad-t- o Miss Lucy Johnson of Chestnut street, who has hail the mumps, i nmv able lo he out. The Rev. F. H. Larnbee of Wil more was here Sunday in charge of the services at the M. E. Church. Mrs. A. Enbers of Kansas Citv Kansas was gut at Boone Tavern Sunday. Mrs. A. F. Scruggs is ill at her home on Boone street. D. N. Welch, who spent the week end with his family, loft Monday. Mrs. Judge Baxter, of Richmond, visited her mother. Mrs. J. P. Bick noil, Monday. $5.00 Reward: to the party return ing my overcoat, a short, light preen with black stripes and a belt. Lost near Tabernacle, Saturday nichl. 'Jesse Taylor, Berea. (Ad-IWilliam Campbell, a member of the 19th Reg. Band, at Camp Shelly. Mis stopped a dayut Berea on hi way to Goddard. Ky, to spend a few days with bis mother. Messrs. Arnelt & Son of DtiMh are the successors to J. D. Clarkston on Main Street. We welcome the new firm and regret losing our congenial friend and business man from our midst; though he is only going out on his farm near town to help fend Uncle Sam's boys. We lenrn that another of Berea'.s sons, Sgt. Willard C. Demmon. of the 7th Cav, Troop H. Fort Bliss, Te.v, wears a sharp shooters badge which be won some months ago. Of course Berea boys will mako 5i 1 Frank A. Roy left for her new home in Cleveland, O., where she may be addressed, 13317 d Ave. The good wishes of her many friends go with her. Reward to party returning to Miss Ritsehrr. of Talcott Hall, a man's purse, circular, purplish leather, conlaininc $7.00 and 15c in pennies, key to dormitory and permit card with the name, Ivy Anderson. Ben-woo- good. Mrs. (Ad-1- 5) Mrs. W. O. Hayes and two sons, is in Livincston now working on a new buildimr. Henry Bingham was in Vickshurg, Miss., but has returned home, stating that he has purchased a dandy farm and expects to move this week. Miss Marie Bower and sister, Lil- street. Professor and Mrs. L. V. Dodge lian, spent from Saturday until Monday in Winchester visiting rel- left Monday for Covington to attend the annual State meeting of atives. the 0. A. R. and Woman's Relief Corps of Kentucky. Eli Cornelison and family have moved from Mrs. Lydia Isaacs property on Center street to tho house recently occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Hiram McCreary. lumber Bowles, a former Vocational praduato of Berea, has been visiting in town for several days. Jno.llackson, who has been work ing in W. Virginia, is at home this week for a visit. The young ladies of the Berea Naval Service League served a pic nic supper oji the lawn of Mrs. Will Dooley's home last Tuesday evening in honor of tho young men who bad given them so much assistance It in eiving their play recently. was also a farewell party for two of thejtoys. Frank Scott, who has been called to serve his country, and Selden Cary, who has gone wc?t lo recuperate his health. Mrs. Oscar Lewis of Lancaster spent last week with home folks in Berea. After parties or dances Mrs. F. W. Hays, and Mrs. B. H. you will find this an Gabbard are in Covington this week excellent place to dine. attending tho 0. A. R. and Woman h Relief Corps convention. Whether It's a light u, lunch or a hearty meal, Jor Sale: Household goods, chifConccr, rockjng jrtiair, your gu'istwlll be much dosk, piano, art square and crex pleased If you bring her rug. H. R. Pbalen, Berea, hy. nut street. Edgar Wyatt William and Russell, spent last week in Chilidothe. O., visiting Camp Sherman. Justus Jackson, who is working at Ravenna, was at home on a visit at the first of the week. Miss Lillian Newcomer and mother returned to Berea at the first of the week after a nine months' stay in Indiana where Miss Lillian has been teaching. J. A. Wyatt spent the first of the week with his family on Center lipj We Cater to Couples bu-toa- here. Ad MOTHERS' DAY At the Union Church Next Sunday You aro the best people in the Land. Wo nre glad In welcome, you when you can come to tho gorvices. If you cannot bring tho babies with you, ndviso Mr. Diok, or Mr?. Goudy, and somo ono will be secureij at lo care for them. Sunday-soho9:15; preaching at 11:00. ol Our prices are reaso- nableour cooking un- beatable and our service commendable. Give us a trial. We'll serve you In style. Seal's Resturant Main Stre.t Bar, Phona 41 a "n. Urm one theprizes must sonu ineir names men's. Over a million women are tho chairman of the committee, Mr.!1 Uni- -i Department. now in munition work in tho Fielder, at the Garden led Kingdom, and a notice of the before the first of June. exhibition says that 00 per cent of the magneto parts used by the armv REWARD FOR BICYCLE are made by women, 30 In 10 per Or information leading to locacent of the aero parts, and 20 to 30 Ad-l- ti M. I Spink. tion of same. per cent of the aero engines." FRENCH SCHOOLS "ADOPT" 0R- 'SWINDLERS' TRICK TAKES MONEY PHANS AND SOLDIERS SENT TO SOLDIERS A recent movement promoted by he vice rector of tho Academio de; Relatives and friends of several Paris, is the adoption of war or- -, soldiers in Army camps havo been phans by pupils of elementary and victimized by swindlers who wired secondary schools, tho United Stales or wrote for funds unijer soldiers" Bureau of Education reports. "Tho' names. In each iiislanrelt was thus adopted aro known aspiestod that money bo sent by wire 'Pupilles do I'Ecole.' They aregiv- - waiving identification, or hy mail on food, shelter, and clothes by the; to general delivery, the customary pupils of the school that adopts (explanation being that tho soldier them until they become ablo lo earn had been discharged nnd would have no way of securing identification. their own living. "Another interesting movement is, nor of gelling mail addressed to his tho adoption of soldiers in active! company. The following Is n typical tele sorvlco by tho sohools. The names of soldiers having no relatives or' gram, sent to tho fathor of n soldier n southern camp: friends aro furnished by relief so-j- jn Coming oleties; and onco n soldier is adopt-- 1 "Have been discharged. Going to Atlanta through ed by a school tho pupils, guidodlhome. Please wire mo hv a teacher, shower upon him let- - country ters. small gifts, parcels of provis ?00 at Atlanta so I may pay for! uniform and como homo lircct- ions, elo." Waivo Identification as I am not roR aALE known in Atlanta. Wire cash so I morning." Stock of Ladlos' and Gents' Fur- can gel it Before being compiled with, any nishings, including store ilxturos, for money to bo sent under and a lino storo room situated on , Ky, which cnu ba such conditions should bo verified Main rented by purchaser of stock. .A by a letter or lelegrum lo Ihe com-- 1, splendid opportunity for a live bus- inanding officer of the camp ' iness. This stock must go at once, which tho man whoso namo is sign-- J (Ad-1ed to tho request is stationed. B. Mooro, Ucreu, Ky. ., SL'-Berea8) L lecting either compensation or InsurWell." said Smith as he walked ance. IV. Into my olllce, "Pre wound up all my A member of the women's uniformed, businens Interests." A service flag with sUty-eigWORKERS ARE MANY TRAINED 1 rose to corps drore us In her machine out to "What for?" I aatd as stars, made by the Misses Harwood. NEEDED BY ARMY AND NAVY greet the man I had known in my camp where there are 30,000 men. "was presented to' the Society of Here we met the Red Cross Ilorae The civilian branches of the home city years before. Endeavor last Sunday ' Army and Navy are in need of thoti-nich- L Christian "So I could offer myself if I'm worth Serrlce man. We didn't take hta Urn we Just watched him. One moment cot to jet Into the came, Misses Ambrose and Har- - '.sands of highly trained worker, haTlnc wood made impressive and suitable an( ,efore the end of 1018 these Anythloc useful and human. I'm he was helping a man to fill out duplicate allotment blanks; the next ha remarks in the presentation. This' branches be increased by at ready for marchlnc orders." "Worth haTlnc?" I echoed. "You'Te was arguing the merits of Insuring to flag in a Berea' least 20.000, according to the Civil is the first service We'te cot the limit; the next he was wiring a dropped like a church. Service Commission. Job yon rrtr Home Serrlce Section to rlslt a the bluest Department of the tlons. You're jolnc straight with the family; next he was going with man'a The Ordnance a boy of Home Serrlce. Sometblnc useful and who had recelred h tragic telegram Next Sunday is Mothers' Day. Let Army needs Jarge number Why, In a week this thine from home to nee the commanding ofl-chuman? draftsmen oneineers, us all call to remembrance the about a leare of absense; then nign countenance of a loving moth- - chemists, and metallurgists. Thou-e- r. will be crlpptnc you so that you'll eut was speeding on his way a poor fellow and assemble with God's people sands of inspectors are wanted to and sleep It 1" ML discharged because of permanent In- to do her and other mothers llttinc! pass on tho quality of ordnance, The Home Serrlce Section of a blc supplies. Red Cross chapter was In session. As Jury, then we saw him talklnr to a (ammunition, honor. and other soldier and a girl wire at 'For ofllco work statisticians ac- - Smith and I arrlTnJ they were discuss- bouse; and as the shadows the hostssa fall he was business nd- - ing the problem of a soldier's wife wil closeted with a worried chap, who waa A WAR GARDEN GR0W eounlants, assistants in -, six children found Urine In twy tene- telling nrm about an Impending Complying with the general move- ministration, and special trained ment rooms In a building that rad been gage foreclosure and an expected mort ment for war gardens to increase clerks are needed, baby. a Corps wants condemned because of Are leaky roof, Civic League V. our food supplies, The The Quartermaster protection. mouldy floor and lack of Later the same erenlng we saw hlaa has decided to offer the following several thousands examiners and They had sold moat of their furniture for the three best garden?:1 pietors, and pas?onger and freight. piece by piece for current Hrlng ex- stand up In the Liberty theater and, First. ?5.00: second, 82J50; third.' clerks nre needed. The Signal penses. The children had no chance of his eyes glowing with the serrlct ptc-tuIn bis own mind and his rale elothlnc. There was no Income and, be81.00; and to encourape the mainte- - OorpS is short of draft-meg cause of the mother's condition, no pos- ringing with the conrlctlon f hla ow or our town Navy has an unlimited nance of the beauty The except the expected allot- enthusiasm, tell a thousand young falthese times when we are j)Pr 0f place for draftsmen, and n sibility of one, ment and allowance, which eren when lows what Home Serrlca Is. He pslat-e- d thinking so milch of how to wiiijon(r list of positions for technical It came would not entirely meet the cost homes made happier by Home Serf-Ic- e the war they are offering the foI- - workers. Practically all branches of Urine In the city. The Home Serrlce told of friends for flghters' rami. lowing prizes: for the best kept'of the service need stenographers. worker had clren a centrous sum of j Ilea found by the Red Cross pictured money to meet the urgent needs, and aeroiea Home Serrlce workers tight-n- g lawn; first place, 53.00; second typists, bookkeepers, and clerks, the country's battlaa this aide now the committee was planntnc to place. $2.00: third place, $1.00. The,1 When he ended some fellow rent better quarters, more the famt gardens will be visited monthly" hv BRITISH WOMEN MAKE AREO ly, secure medical and nurslac atten- struck up "Keep the Home Fires Burnduring the growing a committee tion for the woman, outfit them all ing." PARTS AND ENGINES seasons, June. July, August, SeptemWe were silent for a long while on The recently opened Imperial War with clothing and furniture and keep ber, October, and each time they the way home. Smith and L Finally Acatl- - recularly In touch with the family. n r f ) n liiaia Museum Exhibit, at the Royal III n rr rr Smith broke out: HL -- ! c.VdVWc or the feu w "Can I do It? The sort of thing-ca- mp In Smith's next case the Home Serrserrlce, you call It? Why, that'" lce Section and the tuberculosis society appearance. cultivation I" had arranged hospital care for a man where I want to be atthe point of " fr,.nrie . . n an M'"' frntn ueeiU. All the discharged because of tuberculosis first contact with those firing probas to have vegetables throuph tho Pershing was right when ha contracted "In the line of duty." lems IftC. Piiltivnlinn nr" News Service of the Woman's Com- - Some attorney had told htm he would said. The thing most needful to the At the close all available land. American fighting forces orerseaa la of the Council of National get compensation for htm on a r of the season the garden receiving mittee basis, but the of the anything and everything that will conDefense. "There are also photoSection helped him All tribute to the morale of the men In the highest average will receive tho graphs showing women doing Home Serrlce first prize, and so on with the sec- everything from the heavy work out the proper form which the Red service. Cross office supplied nnd assured him "Home Servlre-- 1 x nee It now ond and third. ! .r Inl.i..;.. rr nn.l that no discharged Koldler or soldier's mentis mo rule. When can 1 go t This contest is open to all. Any,'" ..'"VV oo work beneficiary should ever pay for col work?" se- ons " desiring to compete for -ht Sunday morning, the fifth.; death visited the home of Mr. and men who have answered the call Mrs. J. W. Fowler, on Chestnut SL,,of their country. Sunday night, for the first time in its history and May Gib, a Service Flag was pre look from it tin' father. Mr. Fowler sented to the society in honor of was born December I. 1851, and the following 08 names, four of lie a consistent Christian life, whom are since the ace of seventeen, In the Oreen Alford. Wm. Ballinger. Ha-- J folds of the Christian church. For sil Ball, Bracknel Benflcld, Claronr-- a long lime his membership wa at Hoyer. Jerry Branson. Plner Carnitine Glades where he will be greatly 'hell. Herman Child, Manly Child., missed. As n cltiren he wa one of Robert Copelaml, Loni Crain, Ral- -j the best and took much pride in the eigh Cress. John Croelto, r.vcrett welfare of ilWea, and his many., Curry, Kelly Day, Melvin Duncan. .Olio Ernberg, Clyde Kvan, Fred, friends' interest". He leaves a wife, five sons and Kvan. Sam Foster. Harlon Frank Franklin, Marvin! four daughter to mourn. lin. Winford The funeral look place in the French, Otis French. Elliot Fulk.' Christian church on Monday after-- , Olson fiay, Cecil Oibhs. Warren' noon, conducted by Brother b. Wm. fioupe, John Hall, Geo.! speth. where a large crowd gather- - Halnrk. Harvey Hogg. Denver Ison,1 ed lo pay respects to the departed. David Ison. Glenn Edpeeomb. Itay The Masonic order was present in Howard, Lambert Johnon, Stexoi a lody anil assisted in tl"e burial Jchnon. Clyde Jones. Bradley took place in, the Berea cem- - raid. Steuart Le.uk, Cha. Marcus,, elery. Arthur Marler. Noah Lewis. Ardreyi The' sviiumlhv of Ihe entire com-- 1 MeComas. Leonard Menzio. Rufus! munily is tendered the bereaved Morgan. Edwin Moore; Sidney Neal, ones in this hour of trial. Clarence Niekles, Clarence Parker,! ' Glenn Phelps. Thomas Parker. Stan-- 1 iley Powell. Lloyd Rackley, Rub!.1 UNION CHURCH NEWS Edward Rice. Reams, Augustus Social Thursday night. May Pth. at fi Roark, Felix Royse, Dewey Sharp. Simpson. Frederick Smith,, o'clock, a general social and W yley, Joseph time. New member and student; Arvll Street Robert r Wilson, harl Wise- -, All members especially' invited. man. Ome! f Any one knowing of other names added to the above list is ask- -( Sunday-success- , school great1 " Day was.a k. sec, same to the l many A full attendance; f iretary. Miss Harwood. additions. "Christian Endeavor Fellowship" May 12th. E. K is the topic I.at Sunday was communion day. Robinson vr- forlead the meeting. HImiRK wrw nuirn Ihnn full mvl Tim t the Spirit of God was in the midst (Reference: John t: On Hud-.Gib' Kin-which I goo-lree- n -- ENDEAVOR HONOR ROLL Our C. E. Society is proud of its Berea Must Raise $2000.00 In The Big Red Cross Drive Soon To Open Every Berean should deem it a privilege to give of his money to this great drive lor Let us take new the sake of humanity. courage since We put Berea "over the top" on every other drve. We can do it, and do it easily. Be ready when the signal Is given. This space Is paid for and donated to Ihe American Ked Croat by THE BEREA NATIONAL BANK Smith Serves the Red Cross By T. Director of Civilian Trl a J. EDMONDS, Relief of the Potomac Division. . Ie nut God-aend man-nlie- er re n. num-durin- r ; I 20; ?0:. T - srssi S oot,. 20. '""'"' 1 '""'T flfty-flf-t- y lawyer-membe- ARMY BARRACKS I FOR NURSERIES One of Them Houses More Than 800 Children Under Ten. I in mil into liimicH for the niitlou's lnniii'lrs children. At one of the there ure more than SOU children. Some nre of u few days old, und the oldest Is not over ten yearn. Most of these children nre orphans. Some few of them Imve mothers who art' working In tleltW unit factories to help France win the wur. And these little folks are receiving the first Intelligent cure of their liven. Skilled American doctors are In rhnrge of the kitchens, ntnl experienced teacher nre liiMnictlng those old enough to attend tho barrack-schoo- l. The older girls and bpy ur being taught uneful trndea as 'well us the usual classroom le&sons, utid with It all theso children arc Irunilng thd Joy In healthy pluy. Trance laid upon us a sacred service In this rare of Its children. And how noble has been the response of our Ainerlcun lied Clous I liarnick-nurMiTle- tlle ' When you can buy a Liberty Bond on tho installment plan, ttioro is no excuse for your not having ono. Within sound of the deep throated guns of the French ring line, guns 11 F. L. MOORE'S ,ve uun. dreda of happy, heultby ctillflren. A, ,(ie jjegtnnlui: 0f the war the buildings In which these kiddles now He und play and study weru barracks for French boys training to be dlers. Toduy thene boys those who re le" of them-- ure veterans. These barracks are good niodvn bulldlugs, amlJ bvaMtul iey cry. There are several of these groups that ore reattpleHHlv telllnL-;.,hou ,, 0 the Her- - Jewelry Store FOR First Class Repairing AND m Fine Line of Jewelry O BEREA, KY. of barracks scattered throughout MAIN ST. t'tancc. and all ot them, havo beta $100 in Education Equals $1,000 in Land. May 0, 1018. THE CITIZEN FO.im SCORE YEARS 'ftf HOUSEHOLD Five. , The eightieth birthday Professor Dodge was made the occaAlfamily Newipaper for all that It right, I.eVatil sion of n very pleasant surprise Maytrue, and Intereitlng day party at Jiis homo on Hie evenrnlillihflTM-- f Thurlr t IUrr. Kf. ing of the llrsl or (he month. This was in anticipation of his actual BEREA PUBLISHING Cu. birthday, which occurs May i but Oneorporattdl WM. G. FROST, (hat Professor and as it C H. WF.RTF.NnEKr.KR. M.n.ilm Editor Mrs. Dodge expected to make a vis't Subscription Rale to Covington which would wovor rAYAHU: IN AI1VANCK that date, the celebration was held $1,011 On Yrr , , On account no before (heir departure. Rl Month! , J.-Thrr Month of tlio great number of friends who Bend monry tr lott-fllor Rxpmi Money would havebeeu glad lo participate, Order. Draft. Kj(litrwl letter, or one and two the promoters of the event were " rent tamp. The date after your name on label ihowi Ut confronted with the dilllcult probwhat date your uliocrlptlon U paid. If It rhaninl within three wrekt after renewal notify lem of selection, nnd decided to inat. Mlinft numWt will lie gladly upplled if we vite only those who had been acare notified, Liberal terme glren to any who ohtaln new tub. quainted with the professor for (en arrlptlona forua. Anyone n.ln in four yearly nr. or more. Professor Dodge 'utxrrlpUoni ran rerelre The Cillten free for yi was kepi in entire Ignorance of the one year. Adrertlilnff rate on application. uli n lr, but Mrs. Dodge was informed of the intended raid sometime dur "DIVVY UP" ing tin afternoon. They were in By H. Gordon Duval vited to a r.:tn o clock dinner witli Professor and Mrs Lewis, which in The sirens nro a'shrieking itself was a very enjoyable occasion. Ami the bolls aro nil n'elaiig, Vnil the burst and mlnglo with Hip din They're reminding ymi nnd mo That tin! scrap across tlio sea I a scrap which Undo Sam has got to win. Editor-ln-Chlwas-knof air-bom- bs The Citizen We'll need live million patriots In kahaki with a gun Willi which to smash (ho Kaiser And subordinate the Hun: Hut wo've pit it straight from Woodrow That they'll not pel "Over There" I'nlll those Ihey go In light for .i ,Wfy'nmn Across'' and do their share with somo very npprcclativo remarks concerning Professor Dodge's many services In mnttcrs of public interest in tho ffiwn. lip was a leader In lempernnco movements and his 'advice and council wore always sought In (own affairs. Ho served on the Hoard of Trustees In the early days, being chairman of tlio Board for a series of years. Mr. Dizney, Miss Harrison, and Mayor (lay were all former pupils of tho professor. Mrs. Lou Hanson was called upon and spoke of the high esteem in which Professor and Mrs. Dodge had been and still were held by Iheir many friends. Professor Dodge was then given the floor and responded in a very happy vein in well chosen language to Ihe kind and appreciative words that had boon spoken, and Mrs. Dodge made ome remarks in her usual good taste and gracious manner. Dr. B. II. Roberts then offered a prayer of thanksgiving for such a long and useful life, and tin company broke up after joinning .heartily in singing "My Country, Tis of Thee." Everbody rejoiced that tho professor had reached the close of his eightieth year in good health and vigor of body nnd mind and tho hope was expressed that all might be present at a Similar gathering Ion years hence. PRISONERS OF WAR IN UNITED STATES MUST WORK Included in War Department reg- THE SMART PEOPLE BUY DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS FROM CONSUMER EXEMPT FROM RULES ON SUGAR RATIONING, TO BE EFFECTIVE SOON CANNER8 PROTECTED. OWEN McKEE THERE IS A REASON) RICHMOND KENTUCKY iiois boundary of aiilomobllo load? of liquor nnd beer brought over Into the dry territory. THE AMERICAN RED CROSS INSTITUTE OF HOME SERVICE , Lei Eat'entlalt To Feel Federal Oraler Certificates T Be Uaed In Buying Producta Maker and Candy Hard of Soft Drink Hit Wratern Newapaprr Union Nrwarrrfea. ColumbuH, O. Household consumer are exempt from the new tusar distribution plan announced by the food Administration for manufacturer using sugar. In order to accumulate a supply for use In preferring; and canning only, the housewife must lien a certificate giving her total previous purchases for preserving and canning and the total neeld for the year. Retailer will be supplied with these certificates and will turn tbein In to the Food Administration on the 1st and 15th of each month. The home who sells her preserve will not, for the present, be considered a manu facturer, and does not come under the certificate plan provided for manufacan-ners Out of No Mans Land By Father: il P- HARRY IRVING GREENE Stciner, of the University of Cincinnati, spent Friday of last week In Herea working tip tho Interest of the Third Institute, for the (raining of hjmo service, of which he is director, to be held nt the University of Cincinnati, Ohio, .1. Dr. V. - June 18 to July 27. cturer. aeatavE.'L- - Jr They're murdering our lillle ones And glory in the strife; They're bombing And destroying peaceful life; No mailer church or school-rooA sick-wa- rd tir a hearth The symbol of their Kulliir Prof. LeVant Dodge At about seven o'clock came a tele phone mexsage salug that someone Spreads death within Its path. ulations regarding the employment of prisoners of war and interned enemy aliens nro tlio following statements: except All classes of prisoners, commissonod ollicers and such others as are physically not 111 for labor, will be required lo perform work necessary for their comfort or for tlio upkeep of their prison barracks. Interned enemy aliens will not bo held for compulsory labor, except as provided in this '.' sv-- f -- was at Professor Dodge's house wishing to see him, whereupon he If you've got a dollar idling And idle let it stand, and Mrs. Dodge excused themselves You're a slacker to your liaok-bonand went home to llnd the citadel You're a traitor lo your land I taken by assault in the absence of For tho hand that buys the missile iLs defenders and swarming with a I (he hand that speeds the shell victorious army of friends. After Hut the hand that hoards the dollar a period of hearty congratulations Sluefds another Hun from Hell. and lively conversation, the com puny was' called to order by Mr Do you want to hoard your pittance t. J. Osborne, who addressed some ' very appropriate and Impressive Till you stand amid the wreck With a gun Uinul in your stomach remarks lo Professor and .Mrs. Dodge, referring to his long and activo life And a sword across your neck And spend it then to purchase back; of service in the College and com- Your starved and threatened Kinv, munily and expressing tlio deep ar fection and high esteem in which Or will you help some Sammy they were bolli held by their many ''fin across," By fiod and win. tho friends. He then presented "There are liner men than you arc professor with a vae enntaning tho lines of the United Stales, England, All quiver for a chance and France "Ihe three greatest To spill their blood for liberty countries in the world," adding And "do their bit" in France. some very lilting words roneerning Come, vindicate your birth-rigSpeed their way across (he pond -- each of the llags. Mr. K. F. Dizno, Principal of the Oraded School, then Search your soul and then your addressed thorn and spoke of ihe wallet professor's work as a teacher and by a bond. Divvy up! and the great regard in which ho was rittTiv.TinN nr STAPLE FOOD held by his pupils, giving somo in- of CROPS COMPULSORY IN ITALY .teresting and amusing incidents class-rooexperience The Italian minister of agricul college mid ture has decided to make obligatory On one occasion a student raised a discussion in the cultivation of certain staple his hand during"Professor, how class can food crops in excess of tho iiuanlity and inquired. you teacli Hie loonsir: ' ".nisi grown. formerly During the spring the cultivation watch me nt inywnrk," was tho fol of potatoes, corn', and vegetables! quick reply. Mr. Dizney was lowed by Mis Bess Harrison, who expensr will be increased at uie very kind and genial such crops as mint, clover, and for- spoke of the portion of the land iimnuor by which tho professor had age. A certain won the love nnd regard of Iho chilmust be held for autilmn sowing. dren and young people of his acof the Her- quaintance. Miss Harrison concludThe ollicers and crow following I man submarine captured November es her remarks witli the S. S. Fanning, have been tributo: 17 by the U. brought rrom England to tho United Eighty years of service rendered, States. Eighty yours of toll unoiided; Each year fuller. The total acreage in sugar cane in Each year brighter tho SI sugar parishes of Louisiana in HUB. is estimated at 218,000 acres, Than the one that's gone, before. as compared with '.'IKI.OOO in 1017 and aifi.OOO in 1000. Eighty years for homo and nation, Lived "witli honor and devotion; Consul fienoral Tbaekara. at ParEach year truer, is, cabins: "A decree of April 5, pubEach y,ear dourer lished AprH 0, gives notico that all To the loved ones and the flag. inorohnndlso prohibited Jrom importation by law of May C, 101ft, will Highly years of friendship making, b seized and sold for prom of tho Ties that ever hold unbrcaKing; Stale unless a (regular import auEach link stronger, thorization be presented within Ho Each link uloser days after arrival. For first 30 days In the chain that has been made. after promulgation of this decreo requests for derogations from its Eighty years of youth increasing, provision can bo addressed to tho At tho Fount ho dips unceasing; minister or llnance, in casn particu-l- a Silver urowned oiruumstances Justify an exceptinted, And rose-leavtion." Radiant witli tho joy of living. o! J ht m paragraph. ofll-cers, ed .... a Prisoners of war, excepting wnrranL petty, and noncom-misionollicers, may be required to work for the public service (hey may be' aulborized lo work on their own account. Under exceptional circumstances, when specially authorized by the Secretary of War, they may, upon their written request, bo authorized to work for private persons or for corporations. Petty and noncommissioned ollicers may bo authorized to work on their own account, and, upon their written request, may bo authorized to work in the samo manner as other prisoners of war, except that they will be employed in a supervisory capacity only. An order for labor will ho regarded as a military command, and prisoners fniling lo obey such orr der will bo punished accordingly. When employed on work that is necessary for their comfort, or for the upkeep of tho prison barracks in which they are interned, prisoners wil receive no compensation. When the work is done for tho Government, prisoners will bo paid at a ralo according to tho work ovoculod; when tho work is for other branches of the public service or for private persons, the conditions of and the compensation for such work will be settled in agreement between representatives ol said branches or persons and The Adjutant fienoral or tho Army. The wages of tlio prisoners shall go toward improving Mieir posiplr. tion, nnd tho balance shall bo paid deductthem on their release, after ing the cost of their maintenance. The Columbus, O. Rationing of all using sugar and curtailing tho supply to less essential Industries, Including confectioneries and soft drink producers, cutting off entirely products, manufactures of In order to giro all the sugar necessary to manufacturers using It In canning the fruits of the coming harvest, was announced by Fred C. Croxton, Fedural Food Administrator. This radical step was taken after a conference at Washington with the National Food Administration, and will he put into effect on May S. After that date; no manufacturer using sugar for products will be permitted to purchase sugar without the surrender of authorized certificates Issued by the Federal Food Administration In the state where the manufacturing concern Is located. Those certificates are now being printed for distribution by the Federal Food Administrator for Ohio and may be obtained from him by manufacturers upon delivery of a sworn statement which shows the amount of sugar to which he Is ena severe penalty for titled. There making false statements. Wholesale and retail grocrs are notified that they must not sell sugar after Way 1G to any manufacturer unless he deliver a certificate Issued by the Food Administrator. This plan is to be carried out In every state In tho Union. Dealors selling sugar on certificates will cancel these certificates and forward them to tho office of the Federal Food Administrator for Ohio, Above Analyst. where they will bo .closely checked. Women wish to be loved without a Into three why or a wherefore ; not because they Manufacturers are divided , classes: nre pretty or good, or well bred, or 1. Those starting new - business or graceful, or Intelligent, but because extending their capacity since. July 1, they are themselves. All nnnlysls 117. seems to them to Imply a loss of con2. Those engaged In essential indussideration, a subordination of their including the canning and pre- personality to something which domtries, serving of essential products. They will inates and measures It. Manufacturers of candy, soft drinks have none of It; nnd their Instinct Is and other confections who have Just. As soon as we can give a reain the business since April 1, in son for a feeling we are no longer the face of discouragement from the under the spell of It; we weigh, we 'Food Administration, may as welf pre- appreciate, we nre- - free nt least In pare to get Into some other business, principle. Love must always remain for they will not receive any sugar, a fnsclnatlon, a witchery. If the emManufacturers who entered business pire of woman Is to endure Love or Increased capacity after July 1, must always seem to us indivisible. 1917, and before November 1, 1917, Insoluble, superior to all analysis, If will receive an allowance of 80 per It Is to preserve that appearance of crnt. Those who entered business v Infinity, of something supernatural increased capacity after November 1, and miraculous which makes Its chief 1917, and before April 1, 1918, will re- beauty. Amel. ceive a SO per cent allowance Those in the "essential" class will These new SJ25's Undo S'am is puta 100 per cent supply and those Come, on, folks, let's all Liberty la the "less essential" class will re- Homb tho Kaiser. ting out are about tho longest range ceive 80 per cent of their normal sup guns that any war over saw. d non-edlbl- c , rn manufacturing 1 d This valuable institute work is held under tho nuspiccs of tho American Red Cross, In cooperation with (lie Cincinnati Chapter, tho University of Cincinnati, and the Cincinnati Social Agencies. The course will consist of twenty-fo- ur lectures with weekly conferences, collateral reading, and ono hundred and fifty hours of supervised field work with social agencies in the city. It will require the full lime of each student for six week-?and is primarjy for workers in IndSouthern Ohio, South-easteiana, and Kentucky. Certificates will bo grantcil by tho American Hed Cross to those members who complelo tho work with credit. The expense of the course will be 3.00 and a small outlay besides for liooks will be necessary. Rooms can bo secured for $3.50 to 5 1.00 a week; and board will cost from K.00 to .$8.00 per week. Assistance will bo given to those requesting it. ror the Institute Applications should be made to the Director before Juno 10, on regular, blanks for the purpose. "Such blanks and further information may bo had by writing Dr. Steiner. Herea Chapter should by all means have a representative in this noble, work. This wonderful letter that I nra writing you a miracle Utter. I was hurt, badly, but I am going to get well. It happened like this you know I am not allowed to name place or date. No Man's Land I We were raiding it by night,, three of u scouting, prowling. It' was as dark as the dungeons of Inferno, but often they sent up signal shells roseate, bursting things that bathed all that evil land light. When their glare In a blood-reflared over us we had to stand as we were caught, hand or foot upraised-move- less object In the red glow until the light snuffed out and oil was dark once more. We reached the German entanglements and began cutting them with our oiled clipper. We were careful, very careful, but we were not careful enough. They beard us. Over came two bombs. The three of us went down In a row. Jack and Tom never knew what hit them. I was hurt too badly to be able to get up. I lay there all night groaning calling for help. Twenty feet away I could hear the boches In their trench laughing at me, cursing me. Morning I My last I could endure It no more, f was dying bleeding. I said my last prayer. And then I Since the dawn of time I do not believe the world has seen a more glorious thing. From the hill tops our. artillery laid down a box barrage Are and under It, heads raised like emperors and shoulders squared, came six men, stretcher bearers. As though they had been on parade they came forth in broad daylight Into the very teeth of the enemy and picked up what was left of Jack, Tom and me. As though we had been their own brothers they bore us back, swiftly, gently. Then do you know what those Huns did? Opened Are on us the dead, the bearers of the dead and a man who lay quivering at the threshold of death. Two of the six bearers went down. The other four brought them back along with what was left of Jack, Tom and me. And when I awoke In the hospital after the operation, deathly sick but and back from the nightmare-lanwith the sunlight upon me, .whom do you think I saw bending over me, the red cross upon her sleeve, babbling, laughing, crying, kissing me? JANKI And 1 had never known that she had come overt Had never got her letter. And we are here together and I am going to get well. An hour ago she Held out her hand, and upon one finger was still the little ring I gave her before I left I am going to have a stone set In It you know what that mean. Though somewhat disfigured I am still in the ring. JUL And o 1 Jane. Holland Gets Promise. Hague. Jonkheer Loudon, Dutch Minister of Foreign Affair, Informed the Chamber that the ten km Strange Powder Accident. between Holland and Germany was A strange uccltlont occurred ut Durended. He said that aa Germany had ham, Eiiglund, recently. A laborer em- agreed to limit the amount of sand ployed In a limestone quarry was car- and gravel transported through Dutch rying a tin powder bottle containing waterways to a maximum of 1,600,000 u quantity of gunpowder. There was tons per mannum, an amount consida rope bundle uttuchetl to the tin. He ered noedful for the repair and malm had to go over tho railway, nnd, ns tenanco of tho lielglan roads and had would have It, Just us he wns go- agreed not to uho the material for miling over the hrldgp, the rope by which itary purposes, Holland had withlio was currying the tin broke, and the drawn her demand. lid came off, and the tin foil down the embankment; leaving behind u train of gunpowder, which was us neatly laid Indiana Arrests Drop, Under Dry as if It had been done for the purpose Law's Operation of an explosion. A locomotive was Indianapolis, April 30. giuco state passing below, and a "live" cinder of the en- wide prohibition went Into effect dropped from the gine, exploded the truln of powder police records show a remarkablo from tho ground to tho powder bottle, improvement in public order, Tho setting tho workman's clothing on fire. number of arrests lias fallen in He was badly burned, and died the fol- every city more than 50 per cenl, lowing duy. not only ror drunkenness but also Ill-lufire-bo- x int-M&out Mystery ed Two nor cent of tho enlisted per Eighty years of self bo's giving, sonnel of tho divisions and detached Wholly for tho Master living; n the lioWlar Army, National lint, Each year (rusting, Army, except- fiuard, and National -i. .m .......... Ing tho Coast Artillery ami vanomr nUjlVnco and lovo ami happiness. designated .stalT corps, will be lend tho fourth series of ollicers' training schools, which will open May ho thus continue living, Mny 15. Admission has also been May we thus ko him bo giving To tho world granted to somo men who havo had one year's military train- - Tlio best thut's in us. at least ing under Army ollicers at educa- - And in his footsteps follow on. t hi. .u..... win'" uonai insiiuiiiiMis ...limit iinvii i!irn i Mayor J. L. Cay then followed Sold cd Government recognition. , i- To laud save. 3P ror assault and battery, vagrancy charges attributable to and paraphrase: Let's mako the dririk.other of tho frco tho homo of tho Owing to tho railuro or tho Supremo court to reach a decision, ollicers or tho law nro doubtful whether it is worth while to bo relentless. Old saloon stands aro beOf ing kept open as sort drink places BourbonPoultry Remedy that they may bo ready ror a reis the sumption or boozo business should painters A ton droia in tho driukm? water cimvi (JAPKS the court hold tho law invalid. anuireveuiawuiuj "Hlind tigers" aro springing up dlirrlioea.i'liolcra and other clildc IjoUIh inaktu dlseaora. Una in many sections. Itnids havo been lru 11 irallonsof iimdlclno. .At mado in Indianapolis, Kvansville, irlaUur ly mall tuMuald. Valuable poultry Uwk ftvs uu niutoU Columbus and other cities with big WMIH If WIT cgUltilu,(j. by Porter-Moor- e Drug Co. hauls or liquor. Complaint comes PHONE 192 rrom communities along tho Uli- - Buy paint that you know is goodpaint that there's no mystery about. On the back of every can of Hanna's Green Seal Paint you'll find the. exact formula of its contents. Thus you take nothing for granted in buying Green Seal. It tells you just what goes to make up its ingredients. OiicDrop Hanna's Green Seal good-wearing, good - looking paint Sold that axpwt prefer. Try it. Bj ' ARNETT & SON Successors to J. D. CUrkstoi BEREA, KY If You Could Not Go To School During Regular Term You Should Go The Summer Term. Pago Six. TUB CITIZKN May . I8- - MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spence, Farm Demonstrator and Special Investigator SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE 1st Door HOME DEPARTMENT Conducted by Miss Margaret Dizncy, Director of Home Science disqualified from .Medical Reservo Corps nro elglblo for these positions, providing they nro not sufThe wirolmcnt of moro than 102,-0- fering from complaints that would boys between 111 and 21 years of seriously Inlerfero with the perago for farm work this season in formance of their duties. (ho boys' working reserve of tho THE KENTUCKY COUNCIL OF United Stales L'mployment Service, DEFENSE Ims been made by six Slab's, according to an announcement by tho Louisville. Ky., April H MerDepartment of Labor. The Stales chants in all the larger cities and llrst relating worn: California, towns in Kentucky havo been asked 0; so by tho Kentucky Council ot 2.000; Indiana, 18,815; Illinois, Ohio, 18,000; Tennessee, 1,200; lo in tho effprt of tho War Trado Hoard lo roalrirl Wisconsin, M.OOO. boys Imports lo bare necessities In order In llbodo Island arc being enrolled in the reserve, to release tonnage for war purpose. trained in handling farm machin- A letter to the mercJinnU from tho ery, nnd sent in groups by automo- Council of Defense requests them to bile to fanners to demonstrate their discourage, the sale and consumpability. tion of imported good, pushing forMen's colleges and universities ward, in their stead, goods of domesnro making prompt response to the tic origin, wherever such substirequest of Secretary of Labor Wil- tutes exist. The merchants aro askson that Iheir student bo enrolled ed also lo refrain from ordonng in tho Public Service Reserve and nhead supplies of imported good:, placed on farms this summer to as- even necessaries, in cases where tho sist In food production. They will supply on hand it sufllcient for ho placed with farmers through needs. the I'niled States Kmploymcnl SerAttached to the letter to the mervice, with the aid of llio county chants is a pledge of agents of Iho Department of Agri- in this direction, to bo signed and culture. returned lo the Councl. This policy, the Council of Defenso Tho allotment of meat purohnses explains, is neeesnry on the part of for the Army, Navy, and Marine the business interesls of llio counCorns and tho allies lias been con try, if sulllcienl tonnage Is lo bo solidated in a single bureau, with rendered availablo for tho carrying or troops and supplies to France. headquarters in Chicago. Swimming is to be taught soldiers Tho War Trado Hoard lias askeL in some training camps tills sum- that the purchasing public be guid" mer as a military requirement, ac- ed by this consideration in all Its cording to the commission on buying, of whatever character. It training enmp activities. A state- is pointed out that a considerable ment by the commission shows that quantity of tonnage in the past lias 118,000 soldier in camps partici- been tied up in the importation of pated in organired basket ball last goods which nro not necessaries, lit many instances, nnd for which season. Tho United States Public Health of domestic origin are availService is in need of medical off- able. It is this tonnage that tho War icers for field duty in connection Trade Hoard hopes to releaie, with of the merchants with the sanitation of several ciil the sanitary districts. Men physicallv and the buying public. ENDOYS MORE THAN 102,000 ROLLED TOR FARM SERVICE IN SIX STATES 00 25.-0CDe-fenhigh-school es SPRAY POTATOES Control of Insects and Diseases Causing Loss of 100,000,000 Bushels Possibjo Spraying will control insects nnd diseases whloh cause tho yearly loss of morn than 100,000,000 bushels to the potato rrop. Specialists of tho UnilPd States Department of Agriculture make this statement in a publication. "How to Incronso the Potato Crop by Spraying," recently mado available If for Inrcc and small crowersj sprayinp were not now practiced, tho present onornvnis loss would be oven greater, tho specialists say, but sprays are not used as widely or as thoroughly as they should be. It is believed that a wide distribution of this publication wll help to prevent tho heavy damage which is now suffered generally. Tho Bulletin tells how to control the Colorado potato beetle and late blight Uip worst enemies of the potato blister hcctles, flea beetles, cutworms, and other caterpillars, Icafhoppers nphids or plant lice, early blight, and other foliape diseases. For most of tho insects and for the diseases spraying with Bordeaux mixture and arsenate of lead is recommended, but for and plant lico clontact sprays, such as nicolino sulphate and emulsions, arp tho best. For blight Bordeaux mixture is an effective means of control. The Bulletin gives detailed directions for preparing and applying these sprays, and slso describes other methods to help protect the calculated crop, such as jarring and driving, crop rotation, and (clean cultural practices. leaf-hopp- dont of the enslaved nations of tllio world. fllvo your money by buying n Liberty Bond. The County Agent henrd one of tho business men of Berea say to a customer this morn-nin- g (Saturday): "No man comes here today without my nsking him Our to buy a Liberty Bond.-- ' monev must lie nut in this war. Buy a Bond. See your banker ami nsk him for one nt once. Food is absolutely necossnry .if we expect to win this war. We have England, to feed five nations France, Belgium, Italy, and United States. We have a big job ahead. We e. must do it. Now is the time to nlant. and cultivate. The following is a letter from our own Dr. Fred Mutchler. Director o Extension, who is spending all of bis time in promoting the rood pro ductlon. Head it, study it, and answer your Country's call. prc-tiar- Berea's Vocational Schools money-Mrein- g Training thai adds to your general education power, combined with TOR TOONO HEN Agriculture, Carpentry. Bricklaying, Printing, Commerce and Telegraphy. FOR TOONO LADIES Home Belence, Dressmaklag, Cooking, Nursing, Stenography and Typewriting. 2nd Door Berea's Foundation School General Education for those mot far advanoed, combined with some vocatioaat training. No matter what your present advancement, we can put you with others like yourself and give chance for most rapid progress. For those who are not expecting to leach and who are not goiag thru Collego md desire moro 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 3rd Door Berea's English Academy Course PLANT CORN THAT WINS Thorough Seed Testing Is Essential to Victory Crops It is generally admitted that more seed corn is dead or of low vitality than has been recently recorded. Corn is the basic crop of the corn belt Slates. Seed for replanting will be very scarce, if obtainable at all, and replanted corn cives inferior yield. The cul tivation of empty hills is a serious wasto of energy, to say nothing ot the loss of the corn. Every good farmer knows that this year it is folly to plant any seed which nas not been tested. If of low vitality, every ear should be tested. Test-in- e renuires no elaborate enuinment or special training. A little care and a few hours work may insure a stand of corn and a normal yield. Plant None But Thoroughly Tested Seed In view of this situation, the United States Department of Agriculture appeals to every corn farmer to plant nothing but thoroughly tested seed. Any neglect to secure the best possible seed can not bo atoned for later. Bo sure that your own t you have tested seed fromreplanting. crop. Do not rely on Help your neighbors to do likewise. S'eo to it that no ono in your community fails to plant tested seed. If you have not tested your seed corn, or arc unablo to secure tested seed corn locally, you can secure assistanco from your county agricultural agent or your Stalo agricultural college, but tho final success of all efforts now being mado to secure an adequate supply of seed corn will depend upon tho cooperation and effort of individual farmers. Plant only tested seed. Ordinarily a short crop is tho personal loss of tho grower, but this year it means also a loss to tho Nation and tho allied cause. With tho planting season commencing, tills is tho last call to thoso who may not havo realized tho absoluto necessity of tested seed. Planting untested seed corn is to go into battlo with uninspected ammunition. Your Government appeals to eaoh member of its agricultural army to mako suro that tho seed ho plants will grow. al-w- nv ing tho planting of gardens in coun trv. town, or city. People are like ly to think that it is too late for nlnnlinir. This is not tho case. Urg nvervhodv to nlant nnd keep on planting for quite awhile. Food Academy Course Door must bo obtained for our Allies, and Tliis is the straight road to College best training in Mathematics, polntoes, carcorn, peas, beans, Science, Laaguages, History and all preparatory subjects. Tho ries, lieets. lurnins. cabbage, etc Academy is now Berea's largest department help do it. Let us grow food will to the limit in order to win the war College without regard as to whether or noit Door wo will gain in money. We shnl I This is the crown of the whole Institution, and provides standard pain tho undisputed privilege oif courses in all advaaced subjects. living inn free country, wliicli privTo tho A Temporary Raise in Board is forced by war conditions. money. ilege we cannot buy witli regular price of board as advertised in the catalog will be added this Kverv man. woman and child shall year, for young ladios, ten cents a week, and for young men, twenty iin hi full dutv at home, just as cents. be who goes to the front does his and 17.20 for ' This adds $3.60 to the year's expenses for girls, and "cheaper boyj duty full than lyilf that at other schools but still leaves the-costaying at home." PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental fee and room rent NOTICE TO R. I. RED BREEDERS Installments are as follows: board by the half term. peoplo who nre raising pure by the term, All bred R. I. Red chickens of Southern SPRING TERM Madison County arc asked to meet Expenses for Boys at County Agent Spence's ofilce. ' ACADKMV VOCATIONAL AND CoLLEOB SCHOOLS ANI1 NORMAL Snfiirdnv afternoon. May 11. at 2:00 FOUNDATION 5 7.00 S 5.00 S 0.00 o'clock. There is a very important Incidental Fee 0.00 0.00 5.00 meeting and should bo attended f llooni 7.75 7.75 every man and woman who aro Hoard, 5 weeks 20.55 19.75 raising these chickens. If the men Amount duo March 27, tOIS.. 17.75 7.75 7.75 can't come, send tho women, uotn Hoard 5 weeks, duo May I.... 7.75 '28.50 '27.50 "25.50 aro urged to come. Total for form Money in this Meeting. . Expenses for Girls 3 7.00 3 5.00 3 0.00 Incidental Fee May I, 1018 To All Extension Workers in Ky. Let there be no slacking in push- 4th Door Berea's Normal School This gives the best training for those who expect to teach. Courses are so arranged that young people can teach through tho summer and fall and attend school through the winter and spring, thus earning money to keep right oa in their course of study. Head Dinsmoro's great book, "How to Teach a District School." 5th Berea's Preparatory 6th Berea ' INVEST IN HUMANITY By JOHN OLIVER LA GORCE do-clar- ed 7-- 5 Anoclate Editor, National Geographic Magazine. "OUFFER Little Children to come unto me," 7.25 7.25 -- 5 Hoard, 5 weeks 19.25 20.25 Amount due March 27, 19IS.. 17.25 7.25 7.25 Last Friday tho Trainning School Hoard 5 weeks, duo May 1.... 7.25 '27.50 '20.50 '21.50 Club and Graded School Club met Total for Term and elected their ofllccrs for 1918, This does not include the dollar deposit nor money for books or They were very enthusiastic and laundry. showed much interest in doing Special Expenses in Addition to Incidental Fee Business their work and helping win the war. These clubs havo bought some SfriMj? Winter Fall Thrift Stamps. War Saving Stamps, Stenography and Typewriting (10.00 114.00 112.00 and Liberty Bonds. This army of Bookkeeping (brief course) UJ0Q 10.00 12.00 50 or moro boys and girls will cer- Bookkeeping (regular course) 5.00 6.00 7.00 themselves tainly do mucli to feed Business course for students and the town: and by doing so they ia other departments: are helping to win tho war. 7.50 10.50 9.00 Stenography Tho ofllccrs of clubs aro as fol Typewriting, with one hour's lows: 5.00 use of instrument 7.00 6.00 Training School Club Com. Law, Com. Geog, Com. President Ned Ilerndon 1.50 1.80 Arith., or Penmanship, each .. 2.10 Secretary Stella Evans In no caso will special Business Fees exceed $15.00 per term. Treasurer Henry Todd young man or young woman caa got an education Any Graded School Club Prcsidentc-Mari- on Bower at Berea if there is the will to do so. , Secretary Tom Johnson If it is impossible for any young man or young woman to bo Treasurer P. B. Johnson in school tho full year, by all means they should enter for a course durTho ofllccrs mako up tho Exccu ing tho winter and spring terms. tivo Committee who works with the Tho public schools will close about Christmas and tho teachers County Agent. nnd advanced pupils should not bo idle through tho long winter Thero aro 25 members in tho education can Training School Club and 33 in the months but should bo studying in Berea where tho best bo gotten for least money. Graded School Club. able-bodi- BEREA BOYS' AND GIRLS CULTURAL CLUBS AGRI Itoom 5.00 0.00 0.00 the compassionate Christ. But never since He dwelt in flesh upon the earth have there been so many "Little Children" in need of compassion as now. There are the "Little Children" who have gone to France for you and mc nnd for Christendom nnd by going have given their all. Can you do less? Shall you keep from your boy or your neighbor's boy that which is symbolic of the Compassionate One by neglecting the call of the Red Cross Mother? Then there are the uncounted "Little Children" of our allies who have fallen wounded and ill in defense of their1 home fires. Who but the Red Cross Mother can know the suffering, the anguish, of the shell-torn soldier who lies upon the ghostly bed of No Man's Land7 Will you deny him cup? the Think also of the "Little Children" of devastated lands. Some are "Little Children" in size and tender years. Others, alas, are mature in stature and ago, but none the less "Little Children" in their helplessness their abject need. Can we in our plenty withhold from them the bare bread of existence? Can we still our inner voice with the thought that others will bear our burden, when in our heart we must know that there are no others? The Red Cross helps no one who docs not need help a hundred times more than we need the money. Therefore, let us give, give until we feel it, give until it pinches. Then and only then we shall know that we have indeed offered the "Little Children" of tho war the tender compassion of a nation. n, thirst-stricke- life-givi- EVERYBODY CALLED NOW TO ENLIST It is absolutely nccosary for ovorybody who has a gardon or ewi got ono, to plant and harvest a arop this year. It's moro import-n- ut that ovorybody who farms to not lio satisfied with a small crop or n bad stand of oorn. If seeds don't coino as tboy should, tho ground should ho plnntod again. Don't worry about it boing too Into to plant a gardon. it Is not plant some moro as soon as possible. Bo sure tlla sood corn will coino up. Wo can't afford to make a failure by running a risk. Do wo want our boy to fall in winning tho war? If not, tako hood to tho oall of our Country for men, money, and food. Our young mon must go and nro going tboy nro glad to fight for tho protection and the liberty and freo- - Flour Winter patent Jt0.90ll.35, hard patent ?1112; rye flour, NwUi western blended S11012. For information or friendly advice writo to the Secretary, Hay No. 1 timothy 124 0 25, No. 2 JZ2023, No. 1 clover mixed $20022, No. 2 S17O20, No. 1 clover J 150 18.50. M ARSHALLE. VAUGHN, Berea, Ky. No. 2 clover JlOGfH; sample, grasvy bay J5t?lt. Oats-N- o. 2 wbito 81c. standard WHY AMERICA FIGHTS many nflcr her falso and brutal conwhite S0y,c. No. 3 white 80c, No. 2 GERMANY SUMMARIZED duct, wo should havo been despised 78W79C, No. 3 mixed 77078c. mixed by all the world, including tho GerCorn Quotations are: White eat mans." 8&cl.5. yellow ear 85c0S1.3O, nil Timely Publication Issued by on Public Information ed ear 85c.30. The publication may bo obtained Butter. Eaat and Poultry. democracy is cowpiorcd in this free by writing to tho Commltteo on "If Butter Whole milk croaniory extras 4Vic, contrallied creamery extras 44c, war, all free peoples must oilhor Public Information at 8 Jackson CraU 41'Ac submit to Germany's domination or Place, Washington, D. C. Kegs Prime firsts J2c, ftrsts 31c else givo up a part of tholr democordinary firsts ZJc. LIBERTY LOAN PARAGRAPHS Live Poultry Droll, undor 2 lbs, racy in order to rosist her. Wo Satan will havo a lino bunch of 15jj 40c; fryers, 2 lUa and over, 30c; must light Gormany in Europe with roasting chickens, 4 lbs and over, 30c; holp, that wo may not havo to light volunteer stokers, mostly Huns, roasters, ISc. her in America .without help.'' when tho Kaisor finally shows up. Live Stock. Tho nico thing about tho dollars In n booklet entitled, "Why AmerbutchCattle Shippers SUOK-25- ; er steers, extra $12.50014, good to ica Fights Germany." issued by tho you put into Liborty Bonds is that choice til. 50012. 50, common to fall Committee on Public Information Ihoy don't have to bo trained to JS.C0W11; heifers, extra 12J2.3G, or light. good to choice JllCf11.75, common to today, Professor J. S. P. Tatlock, Speaking of marksmanship, Mr. Stanford University, thus sets forth fair $7.60010.50; cows, extra SU&12, tho fundamental reasons for our Dollar Hill is Iho llnost natural gun go4 to choice 19.50611. CiUcj-Kx- tra 13J5O13.50, fair tc participation In tho war. Ho shown pointer in tho sorvico. goo4 Jll 013.25, common and large $1 Ono hundred dollars! Two wooks' is, how Gormany has drowned our m. sunk our ships, intrigued work in u munition plant t And tho Hogs Selected heavy J17.2C017.5O, soldior olfors his lifo. Gwan, gut good to choice pickers and butchori against us, and outraged our senti $17.00, medium and mixed $17.60, stagi ments of right and humanity by her Hint Liborty Bond! $10013, common to cuolco heavy fal unspoakublo outrages in Belgium Tho German lossos havo boon tor-rll- lc tows $100 15.50, light shippers $17.21 of Into savo In tho Kaiser's and France, founded as tboy nro on 17.60. Sheep Kxtra $11.50012, good U dnliboralo prinoiplo and precept. immediate family Liborty Honda choice $10.50011.50, common to fab Ho adds, "If wo had not fought 0or will help tho airmen got back of tho Com-mitteo In-r- e olt-u'i- CINCINNATI MARKET8. Flour, Hay and Grain. Applicants must bring or send a testimonial showing that they art above 15 years old, in good health and of good character. This may bi signed by some former Berea student in good standing or some rellabli teacher or neighbor. The use of tobacco is strictly forbidden. 3 What the Italian Premier Thinks of the American Red Cross When the Austrlana last October routed the Italian Arm; by trickery and drove before thcui half a million refugees, the part which the American lied Cross played In this stupendous tragedy will go down In the history of Italy and the world as one of the most inugtilueent (tushcH of relief work that tin ever come to light. l.iKtfii to what the Italian Premier .i.ni hi iim Murk in his address at the i Ji.iirii-u- l early last De- - hiI main with ap Italy I magnificent dash with which the American Iteil Cross has brought us powerful aid In our recent misfortune. We attribute great value to the which will be given us ugatiist the common enemy by tho prodigious activity and by the exuberant and consistent force which are peculiar to the American people." And this, mind you, was only a little over a month after the American Ilea Croxs niude lis trlumphunt dash Into preciation and with admiration for the SO10. linos. Doubtless llio Lord's soir appointed parlnor, tho Knlsor, would Insist that his frionds woro doing a pious duty in urtioifylng thoso Belgian nuns., Mexican Gonoral doad at 80 Kews hoadlino. .Mexican gonoralts aro almost as safo as tho sons of tho Kaiser. If Willnrd and Fulton must fight, why not stipulate that the, purso must bo prosonted in tho form of Liborty Bonds? Now that smno fifteen or twenty million of us havo iho bond buying habit, lot's hope, wo slick to it. These new 1.25's Undo Sam Is putting out aro about tho longost rungo guns that nny war over saw. To paraphraso: Lot's mako tho laud of tho freo tho homo of tho suvo. Coino on, folks, lot's all Bomb tho Kaisor. Liberty When you can buy a Liborty Bond on tho installment plan, tboro Is no axuusu for your not having one. C Time is Your Fortune Don't Waste it! 1 Mar Oi 1018. THE CITIZEN Pace Sovon SUNDAY SCHOOL Lesson 7 21 The Ministry of Second Quarter, May 1S, 1910. SERIES 1 1 Sorrow Dy RI5V HOWARD W. POPE Moodr Bible InitltuU, Chicago nheAniericojiRed Cross TTB A Great Net of Alcrcy drown, through. oiwceoixoi uiujKaAuuioraii, ls ' r THE INTERNATIONAL Text of the Letton, Mark Text, Matt. 28:18 pared by Rev. D. M. : TnXT-C- all upon mo In the day of trouble; I will deliver thee, and thou limit glorify me. (Conducted tijr Remit National Council of tho Hoy of America.) Memory Verse, Mark 11:0 Golden Commentary Pre- THE BOY SCOUT OF AMERICA THE SUN THAT NEVER SETS Stearnt. I cannot see any connection between thin lesson n nd the tltlo the committee linvo given to It, "Jesus Exercising KliiKly Authority," for tho tiny of the trlumiliul entry was to lilm n ilny of weeping because of what liu knew would comu umiii Jerusalem of their rejection of him. Wlmt .1 do sco la tlmt as truly nnd literally 1 lis hp fulfilled Zeeh. 0:0 HO Sllllll ho .cell. 0:10, mid then, but not till then, will ho "xorrlse kingly nutliorlty. 'i'lic story of Znrrhctis, nnd of the d We hnvo been greatly Impressed late-l- y with the value of trouble as n means of opening men's 4T nnnliitlng at Bethany, comes In lie tween our last lesson and this one, and tells tit of the salvation of a rich man, nnd of the beautifully simple faith and devotion of Mary of Bethany, and how the Iinl provides at) opportunity for thoso who seek ono and arc ready for It. The story of the ass' colt shows how literally Scripture has been anil will be fulfilled, nnd In what simple ways events long foretold ore brought to pass In the fullness of time. The nnmes of the two, disciples are not Klven, for they were not so Importnnt us the colt on which the Messiah was to ride; but It Is Imimrtiint to notlco that they found the colt Just as he hud snld they would, and It was all to fill- wbole-hcnrted (Dedicated to Troop No. it, Detre.lt.) Whene'er I see r troop of ccouts, bright- eyed and clear of kln, Whene'er I hear tlietr healthy shouts, somehow deep dawn within under spiritual soul of standing. Talking The Joy nnd me I feel a thrill of honest pride, with n bank presiKor thrie ere boys that will be men ere , many years have died. some time dent ngo, ho Informed There In the making are tho men on me that he had whom the land must lean, been 111 for sev- And they elm come unto their work with hands and clean, eral months nnd Duty's post, they shall the Illness And heads up nnd atnnd at square. shoulders had left him ill Prepared for nil thn day's commands and there. most totnlly blind 1 d thut self-relia- "I can see that They shall have learned the ways of life, someone Is sitting the fields nnd running brooks. In your chair," ho And have a knowledge of the trees that books: Rained said, "but If It They wasn t know from as a real, sub' shalt honor were not for your stnnttal Bern to pride, voice, I should not And come to manhood and Its cares equipped nnd qualified. have the slightest Idea who you were." A llttlo later ho When 1 behold a troop of scouts I fancy wrote me, "You left me n poem entitled I can see Wlint Does It Mean?" which has been How t rone throuch them the years to well shall be, coma read to me time and ngaln until I have There will safefrunrded selfishness and more be less of absorbed the spirit of It, If not all the of kindness when words, and to ono who has been so The troop Is mustered Into life nnd all the scouts nro men. extremely active as myself, and finally -- EDGAR A. QUEST, hns had The hindering wall placed be his meet,' the sentiment expressed fore SCOUTS FEEDING BIRDS. In tho poem has been most helpful, nnd I want to thank you for leaving It with t me." rwiatt 41-1- w t l 0). Only In a seeming uml trnulrnt wny was It In any sense a triumphal entry as they cried his praises hm. for see In I.uke 10: 1. how he wept and why; and then see in Matt. 2a:.T-Mthat the time will come when (hey shall My In reality. "Itlessed Is ho that Cometh In the inline of the Lord." As he entered Jerusalem till the city wns mocd. soy tor "Who Is this" reminding uh of the name question In Isa. 0.1 :1 ; Jer. 30 21 ; and of the queslmi he stilled the tion of the llolpli storm, "What manner of man ta this that e n the Mind mid the ea obey him?" (Mark 5:4). When we think of the million of aunVrliiK one today of this awful war, and how he utilit lo nl them all nud make wars In leu-- ,how we should cry, Come, lord J" is r He rntired Into Jertiatetn, and Into the l. Mple. ami the .Mind and the liime euuir to him and he healed th. in, and the chUJr. a rrti d, tin to the Son Of David." The chief prlewts and re displeased, but he remindscribes ed them "f l'a. 8:2, nud h it them, and nt eventide weut out Into Bethany with the twelve, awl lodged there (vs. 11. and Matt. 21:10-17In the morning tin they returned to the riiy he was Inmcry, and coming to a 1U tree which had pleuty of leuvea but no fruit, he aaiil to It "No man rat fruit of th'e hereafter forever, or lllr-al-h In Joel unto the sge (vtw. 1 '7. he en IN Israel Ida vine and his Ag tree, and when ho come Haln that me and fig tree shall bear much fruit according to Isa. 27:0. llnMng enteral the temple again, ho cleansed It. us lie had done at the beginning of his mluUtry (Jiki. 2:1.117). and told them that they had made hi house of prayer n den of thieves; and when It was evening he went out of In the day time he was the city . teaching In the temple, and at night he went out nnd abode In the mount that lr culled the Mount of Olives (vss. I.uke 21:37, IIS), and the people were attentive to hear hlin. Thus ho spent the lust week of his ministry, each day bringing him nearer to his great agony, but wholly forgetful of himself he taught them nil that ho could, as they were able to bear it with their uwnkened minds. The next morning us they entered tho city I'eter called his attention to thn tic tree which hud withered away, nnd then he snld some of his most wonderful words, which none of us seem fully to comprehend or uct upon. Con-- r aider these words, "Have faith In God whosoever shull not doubt In his heart, but shall believe that thoso things which ho snlth shall rome to pass, he shall liuvo whatsoever he Sttlth. What things soever ye desire when ye pray, bellevo that yo receive them, and ye shall Imvo them." Twlco In this connection ho snld, "I say unto you." Tho only conditions hero seem to bo that wo forgive every one, huvo faith In God, and doubt not In our hearts. In John 14:13, 14, tho condi tions seem to ho thnt we ask In his name, and that the Father may bo glorified In hint, which I understand to mean thnt wo ask only on his business and never for any selfish cuds. In I John 3:22 wo reud that "Whatsoever wo ask, we receive of hint, becauso wo keep bis commandments, nnd do thoso things that nro pleasing In his sight." There Is surely a standard hero that we should aim to mcasuro up to, that wo may glorify him by showing to others the riches of his grace at our disposal. (Lesson verses Tho right attitude seems to bo that being redeemed and made his very own by hla precious blood, wo Bhould bo always, unreservedly and absolutely wholly for his pleasure and this is most reasonable that he should be able to do what he will with his own. son verses 3 teach us that not all questions of unbelievers need to be answered, and sometimes one question may do met oy anoiner, j '21 I. ). -i 1 ). ). ); 20-2027-3- In n recent letter ho snys, "For more than n year I have been totally blind. I nm not praying so much for restoration of sight, which can never come be- - ( cause of the withering of the optic nerve, but I am nlwnys praying with Paul for grace nnd strength, which I in thankful to sny has been given me, nnd for that sight which ttllshn wanted his servant to have, thnt ho might sec the hosts tho Lord had nrrayed on his side for his defense nnd salvation." strong, nctlve business that he tins to be led nbout tho streets, but whose spiritual eyes hnve been so opened thnt ho sees far more In this world than ho ever Hero Is n mHti, so blind saw boforo. And what hns caused this change? Trouble. Nothing else, probably, could have arrested his attention no effectually and forced him to tlx It on things spiritual so long and earnestly that now Jesus has become the sun and center of the universe, the solace nnd suf ficiency of his own soul. Truly his t, "light aftllctlon, which Is but for n la working nut for hint n far more exceeding and eternal weight of glory." lTieae Incidents show what n largo nnd blessed ministry trouble has In opening our oyes to the deeper things of life. Wo see also why It Is thnt God who causeth all things to work to-guther for good to those who love him, inlnrleH the bitter so plentifully with the sweet. He known thnt the nnturnl heart Is not Inclined toward God, but nwny from htm. We lire so busy digging In the dirt for dollars that wo will uot look up nt the Sun of Righteousness until he puts us on our bnck, where we can only look In one direction, uml mo-ran- V'tTr. Contributed by IL Davltt Welsh. LETCHER COUNTY EASTERN KENTUCKY NEWS (Continued from rage Eight) PULASKI COUNTY Grove Polly Polly. April 2 !. Farmers aro just beginning to plant corn. Tho farmers aud farm boys aro doing their bit by feeding llio minors and by so doing, aro helping to supply tho world with coal. Farm holp is scarro on account of so many boys It being taken away for work. looks like farmers are bound to have moro help to do what's required of them to keep tbo wheel rolling. The health of tbo community is fairly good. Mrs. N. E. Niece has most recovered from a sevcro case of pneumonia. Hoppio Polly is just recovering from a broken leg, by being thrown from a mule. K. K. Polly of Winchester is oxpectcd Inune for a short stay with his family. Greetings from tho eastern bills of old Letcher for the soldier boys. LEE COUNTY Walnut Suet, Grain and Dread Crumbs Are Placed In the Box and on the Limbs. MESSAGE TO THE SCOUTS. Uow many boy scouts huvo looked up tho meaning of the word "scout?" Probably but few know thnt a hidden meaning is tho ono most appropriate to tho organization. Tho word is not n newly coined one. In the old French, It was "esconter or escoltcr" nnd was used only in tho military sense of tho spy. Tho Portuguese, Spanish nnd Itnllan forms nro somewhat similar to the Old Trench, both In form nnd mennlng, but tho Latin "nuscultaro" Is used In tho broader eensc "to hear with attention, to listen to." English, tho military In prcsent-dnmeunlng "to reconnolter" is that most often applied, yet tho broader meaning which hns como down from tho Lutln Is the ono underlying tho constructive principles of tho great society of boys. y thnt upward. And Just as tho stars nro Invisible by day, but shine out In all their benuty when night comes on, so God fills tho Illblo with special promises, hnrgntn-dnattractions to those In trouble "Kor In the time of trouble ho shall hide me In his pavilion. (Liter-nllIn n leafy bower, fragrant, sheltered nnd cozy.) In the secret of his tent shall ho hide mo; ho shall set me ujion u rock" (Ps. 27:5). So, too, In Ph. 40:1 he snys. "God Is our refugo nnd strength, n very present help (thnt Is nn Immediate, right-away y, help) In trouble." Psalm 107 tells tho sad story of four d different clnsses of peoplo who nbout by themselves until they were hopeless. "Then they cried unto the Lord In their trouble, and ho delivered them out of their distresses." No wonder ho exclaims again and ngaln, "Oh, that men would prnlso.the Ixirtl for his goodness, and for his wonderful works to the children of men." In theso sad, sad times when trouble Is more plentiful than ever before, what a comfort to realize that God Is nblo to use every bit of It as n finger board to point living anil dying men to tho cross of Christ Let us keep tho promises of God In sight In our homes, schools and places of business, and let us fill our correspondence and conversation with tho words of Jesus. I wish somo Christian printer would get up a window card containing In flno display God's challenge to people in trouble: "Call upon me In the day of trouble; I will deliver thee, and thou shalt glorify me" (Ps. 60:10). wun-dere- SCOUTS RESPOND IN HURRY. At 3 :20 o'clock In the afternoon sir blasts of tho fire alarm nt Foxboro, Mass sounded. This Is tho mobiliza tion call In Foxboro for tho boy scouts. Tho scouts were widely scattered about town at tho time. They were in Ignornnco as to the causo of tho emergency cull, but knew It was their duty to make nil speed for home, don their Tho Walnut Grove, April 20. farmers arc busy sowing liuckwliont wliiclu is a very profitable crop in tlic norlliorn part of Pulaski C5iin-t- y. Tho prico of buckwheat at presThoro was ent is $2.00 por bushel. preaching sorvicos at tbo Molhodist Episcopal Cliurel), Burnett Chapel, Mrs. Mauuo uarter oi Sunday. F.lrod is visiting her grandparents, Mr. anil Mrs. Russell Carter; also Iter tmolos, Honry and W. V. Carter Mrs. Henry carter, of this place. wlio has been sick for some time, is slightly improving. Wo hope for Julia Ann her speedy recovery. Hoover is on the sick list this week, Imviiur a slicbt stroko of paralysi. Our mail rnrrier, Walter Slovens, informs US that bo is coin? to nut an automobile on the routo from Wnliuit Grove to Eubanks. which will improvo our mail facilities. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Farley wero visitors at the homo of .1. S. Marcum Tho Carter Oil Co. of Sunday. Sistersville, W. Va., aro still pay- Iiil-- tin their rentals on on lease lands at tbo rato of St.OO per acre, 'lucre in quarterly installments. w ill be n patriotic mcotitig on May the 3rd; speaker W. W. Shepherd. Walnut Grove scout uniform and report at headquar ters. In about 20 minutes 40 members were ready for duty. At tho Scout hall the boys were asked to . make a o canvass for funds for tho Halifax sufferers. The boys worked from 4 to 8 p. m., and the atAount of their collections was 1123.40. houso-to-hous- Wo must humble ourselves before God; wo must recognize how Incapable we are by ourselves of how without tbo help of God all our actions would only be sinful. Suvon-arolwell-doin- WHAT SCOUT8 ARE OOINQ. Scouts In Peoria, 111., are helping In the movement to collect funds for the lied Stur society, which Is for tho care of horses nnd mules used In tho war. A campaign Is on In historic Lexington, Mass., to have all old worn-oAmerican flags removed and have them replaced with now flags. The boy scouts are the ones that are doing this. A group of Birmingham (Ala.) scouts weut ou a hlko to AnnUton, covering the 00 miles tu a day ami a halt a. People talk of dying for Jesus. Tho way to do this la to die to sin; and It you love Christ enough you cannot help doing so. A man hat as much of a place In the kingdom of God as he allows the kingdom of God to have a place la hint. ut Tbo Walnut Orove, May 5. farmers aro busy planting corn We have ibeso beautiful days. bail a series of meetings at tbo Methodist Episcopal Church,' as well as somo patriotio meetings, conduc led by the Ilev. W. W. snepneni. Henry C. Cash, an old Union veteran soldier of tbo Civil War, has been somewhat demented nnd it Is thot bo will havo to bo sent to n hospital for treatment, Mr. Cash was a bodyguard to Gen. Wm. T. Sherman: olso was With him on bis famous Mrs. Edlo Carmarch to tho sea. ter Is visiting homo folks nt Elrod Ibis week. Mrs Elizabeth Hughes is visiting her father, James Ping, Mrs. Hughes lives In this we Quito a number of folks Idaho. passed through our "berg" enrouto A to Eubanks after fertilizer. young Mr. Sowders died of diphBelloving that theria last week. Tbo Citizen is tbo best medium from which wo hear tho Eastern Kentucky news, let us bear from others through its columns. Beattyville Drilling for Heattyvillc, May 0. oil, corn planting, and somo mining for coal is tho order of tho day in Fivo this country at present. moro of our boys left hero Saturday for Fort Thomas for training for the Army. That brings tho number up to sixteen in the draft as this county didn't havo to furnish any till recently. Sho had about Col. O. T. Smith, 100 volunteers. commanding tho 140 Reg. of Inf., now stationed nt Hattiesburg, Miss., left horo Monday, ns bo bad been hero on a few days' furlough. Col. Smith was postmaster hero at tho Sunday breaking out of tho war. Mr. and Mrs.1 E. K. Tyrco nau night iim mioforliinn to cet their houso and everything thoy had burned, and their llttlo daughter about two years old. Mr. and Mrs. Tyrco had gono to church when tho houso caught fire. Tho two older boys escaped. It was with difficulty that the chllil was carried out. Sho died next day. They had only lived In town nbout two months. The llttlo child was buried In tbo cemetery Tho Sunday-schoo- ls hero Tuesday. over tbo county wero well attended last Sunday, it being "Oo Day." to Sunday-scho- ol POWELL COUNTY Clay City A "fair to Clay City. May 0. visited us tho medium" Jack-fro- st past Wednesday night, but llttlo Mr. nnd Mrs. damago was dono. Sid Easter, of Ravenna, nro nt Vaughn's Mill spending somo timo with the lattor's mother, Mrs. II. M. Curtis, and sister, Mrs. E. F Ernest Gravctt has been Harris. colled to tbo colors and left last Thursday to report at Camp Taylor. Tlioro wero nino others accompanied him, whjch filled tho Sam quota from this county. IUirton, of Richmond, was hero tho past week on a visit to his cousin, John Kimbrcll, tho .Tno. Burton. local blacksmith, lias erected a now W. T. shop and gone into same. Collier has completed drilling awQlI on G. W. Clark's farm, near Hard-wick- 's Creek, at a depth of 820 feet and pronounced it a dry hole. Ho has moved his rig to tbo farm of Mrs. Ann Barnctt in tho samo locality, whero ho will put down another Tho County Board of lest well. Education has selected this city a3 the best location for tbo county high school and will projeced at onco to mako plans and preparations to erect same, and havo it completed by September 1st. Tho land on which tho school win on built, about tbreo acres, was donaJno. M. Kennon. ted hv Undo Ben Curtis is now farming pretty heavy instead or grinding on his cowpeas. ESTILL COUNTY Witt Wo havo bcon disagreeable Mrs. weather for tbo past week. Butler Spivy left Saturday for Hamilton, O., whero sho expects to visit her son, John Lewis, and other relScvoral of tho boys loft atives. Friday for Camp Taylor. Wo wish tho boys much luck, and a safe reTho Rev. Mr. Young filled turn. his regular appointment Sunday at Sunday-scho- ol at Station Camp. Wisemantown is progressing nicely. Tho Rev. Mr. Bonnlo preaches at Wisemantown every 1st and 3rd Sunday in each month. Iron Mound Picas Hill Iron Mound, May 0. of Winchester is visiting relatives Tho llttlo six months old here. baby or Carl and Bertha Witt died last Wednesday or pneumonia. Tho parents havo our sympathy In tho Bonton loss or their llttlo ono. Fielder or Berea and ton Berea students spen)t rrom Snturday until Monday at tho homo or his fathei, Verna Llttlo W. H. Fielder. W. C. Mores Sparks has measles. attended church at Cano Spring Sunday. Wilt, April 20. having somo very - Thm Surest Preparation is Training School Pago Eight. T11E CITIZEN May 9, 1918. East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else publlnhnl No cornfpmdcnc la not for publication, but will be at this place tho second Friday, Saturday and Sunday in Mny. Everybody inviled K. K. Polly visited home. Mrs. draco Craso, Misses Iteglna Brown, Margie Polly, were visitors at McRoherts. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY Wildis Wilde, May L Farmers are all working hard; some are planting looking line, and most Of the wheal corn. .Mrs. iioyd Miller and nine JACKSON COUNTY looks well. Our school closed Fri-- i daughter, Sueella. nnd Mrs. W. II. Korby Knob Korby Knob, May 5. Mr. nnil lay, with one of the best program' Fish and son, William, were over Mrs. Wnnsby Powell nnil family en- that could be gotten up with from Mt. Vernon. Tuesday, visiMng tertained a Inrgo number of their Marie Mullnberg nnd Bessie Allen friends nnd relatives. The boys friends and relatives at their home as teachers. They have done good that were called from here to Camp Sunday. A number from Berea and efficient work. Our G. E, meeting Taylor last week were Thomas J. e, many of thi virinily gathered ir, was well attended Friday night. The Bullen, Albert Ramsey, John had plenty of music, and all spent houso was so full that all could Harrison Mink, ami Dick' Boone Every farmer will not get seats. Corn is selling at Ilimes. Must of these boys' are our a pleasant day. Boone, May 7. -- - Next Saturday put in pond time this week plant- four dollars a bushel, here. best farmers; they have made good and Sunday nre regular church days ing corn. They have been wailing here and they will over there, so at Fair View. Hope a large crowd Lit tic for some warm sunshine. look out Kaiser Hill I Manuel ReyOWSLEY COUNTY n Miss SAisie will be present. A number of Hnzcl Click is ill. (inc.) nolds Is called today. Since last Sturgeon is visiting relntives in Paris children of Ihls community were bought Liberty AND Sturgeon, April .29. The earnest Friday. Wildie has Mrs. Aggie Wren was week. ill last week with chicken pox. to $3,000, and six this and emphatic expression of confi- Bonds amounting The shopping in Conway Monday. ' Training School for Nurses Ethel and Myrtle Raker entertained of her best boys called to camp. get through HEREA, KY. friends Saturday dence nnd affection, that twenty-liv- e Go right on, hoys, we are still farmers are hustling to a number of their Wnsh Grant is in planting corn. of my neighbors nnd friends night, Henry Click lot a young Up. to date Laboratory and X Ray Equipment buying bonds. When you need anyregistered sick There was con- have CITIZEN, for the Editor of thing, let us know, Miss Lola Har- from Escondidn on the Mrs. list. colt Inst week. SPECIALTIES Robert THE Mrs. Bub Turpin and in asking me to visiderable damape done in this Mr. Moso MNcw were 6b.. clrlci and Gynecology send him their annual subscription nett and Durham of Hamilton, 0.. have been Surgery Bactrriolofut Many cinity last week by frost. Will Stewart visiting their daughter and sister. DR. B. F. ROBINSON this morning, should call from him marrieiOlast week. DR. M, M. ROBINSON DR. ALSON BAKER meaof our farmers failed to get sweol Meaevery feeling of gratitude and ap- has Just recovered frtim the Mrs. Luther Cox nl Snider. potato seed this spring. Dewey Datson who is in sles preciation. These peoplo wanted sles. and mump nre raging In llil CLAY COUNTY Privett FACTS, SCOPE AND SUGGESTIONS school at Berea was with home folks vicinity. Yellow seed corn for The farmers are for their children a clean, truthful, from Saturday until Tuesday. ON U. S. BOYS WORKING Privctl, May I. ,Vlno Mrs. Lury News has interesting. newspaper; they wanted Mis Ollie Jones was home from Be- sale at Tonj. Johnson's. all busy planting corn. RESERVE Vine, May I. The cool niglits llcldnn has relumed home after an a school journal that keeps up with 1. The purpose of tho V. S. Roy come that our boys who have gone rea 'school fnim Saturday until extended visit with relatives at nnd days are doing some damage l modern knowledge; Jthey wnlited I fn the front have pone to France. Monday. Mr. nln I Working Heserw is to enroll bovs planted. Three of her girl friends Paris and Falmouth. Hurrah for the corn which the markets, the Sunday-schoHob Evans is petting along nicelv 10 nnd 21 years of age in accompanied her. Hurrah for the The Mrs. Lee CotTie are the proud Citizen and its many readers! world news, state news, now. The Rev. Will Anderson has lessons, the Citizen; it's a line paper; we enn't ei'ts of a 'lino boy. His name is some productive service at least Kenpone to Garrard County to fill his and, best of all, the Eastern Everybody in this commu-Murithe vacation period, and help Bstill. you seldom get. do without it. Cora Huff tucky news that regular appointment. nil v is glad t see Mr.' William; them got properly located. Wildie MADISON COUNTY eight Boys may work on farn has been sufferinp very badly from They found all these in that Pennington, who has had rheumaWildie. May 0. S.nnday-srlio- ol page CITIZEN, Blue Lick Have you? So 1 Several from this vicinlong, able to help do her around mine, railroads, a tooth. organized Sunday, with W. II. or soi Blue Lick, May 0. John Gay and tism so they "drafted" a dollar to "Bring was ity attended singing at Gray Hawk Charley Ferguson is very "essential Industry" to the WurXj Jones as superintendent. Sunday- - wife of work. Havo you? Silver Creek were visitor Mrs. L. .1. Peters tho News to Mother." last Sunday. let's poorly. corn seems to he Program of the Government, and tonight?" Miss Bess school at 10:00 a. m. Come, Miss on Blue Lick Sunday. Manfrom very scarce Seedthis vicinity. Ap- - earn the Federal Badge of Honor. good Sunday-schoo- l. visited her daughter, Mrs. Wood "Why nofi in' Ky is here have a this vicinity were privileged to hear Spurlnck, for a few days last week. Madden, of Richmond, 3. Boys may work on their own pie crop will be good, but peaches Artie Coffey, who has been in school for a week witli friends and rela- at Berea, came home Saturday to a most inspiring and edifying serBond farms, their father's farms, or may a fnllure. Whicker, of Green mon at Glades, May nth, by a young ate (Continued on Pa Seten) Bond, May 6. stay. Johnnie .Dowel will move his J We are having tives. John dire out nt agreed wages. Saturday, cnrotito university student, Mr. Gambo. The I. Enrolling officers for this lo- some very fine weather, which Hall, passed here . family to Dayton, O. He leaves toafternoon of the same day was a to South Booneville. J. B. Spence CORRESPONDENTS WANTED farmers are making good use of em ro ,,;of T A K)lvvari,9 his day; his family are going day for Blue Lick. Messrs. ....... ...... nnnnni.i jiv Tho postolllces below each hne J, T. is spending this week with plowing anil planting corn. arc getting ready to plant red letter County. Dr. J. A. Deylon Tnmayo. and Ison of Berea a' sufficient number of subscribers , ar Brewer lias erected a new kitchen sister in Lee corn some are planting. Mrs. nmr nPI,ari,nrnl nt Washington. a. College, sent out by the Prohibihas gone or a Week in io warraui us priming u.u nu.s iui- mMn R A) ,)0ys ,,jK,,0 f()r Hayes is in very ill health. and dining room the past two tion Club of Berea, in their' several tors from these places if there can sprv,ce Hiram JJabbard, of Botner, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. W. D.York cn on or wrllo on weeks. and Mrs. Steve Durhamrof Win- discourses Food bo found persons willing and able ()f Saturday, enroute to on Prohibition, tag0 mon and Mr, and Mrs. Jerry York were passed here school chester, ImU arc visiting relatives Conservation, nnl Alcoholic Effects, t. furnish tho Items. Wo Ornish; call-- el P. Turner Island City. Tho Bethlehem guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. 5 Xo mlnrv SPrviC0 is renlIirP) here. l'ho boys that have been to this week's etc.. simply electrified the audience postage, stationery nnd THE CI - j The Rev. John district, according Sunday. April 28. to military duty from this place this enrollment. Tho Boys Work 31 boys and 28 girls of by their splendid talks. IZHN freo for this service so long , AlPond Lick filled bis reg- census, lias Jackson of nnnimii ...!,, . since April 25. are as follows: Bowles. ular appointment at the Oreen Hill school age. Messrs. Jim Oscar L. bert Ramsey. Thomas J. Bullen. Panola, May PanolaThe farmers ot as the correspondent is faithful and 'pvpp wUl (hp Apmy op lho Navy fl. lho u ,R orRlll)V0, ,mi,.r tic Depart conforms to our regulations, Baptist Church Saturday and Sun- I . B. Brewer, E. R. F.vans,and John Harrison Mink, John Mennefee. ManSpence, this community nre making good ono sending in a satisfactory trial P.. Allen shot and Morris, Sherman day. Mrs. D. Ipnl ()f ,a,)0p nt Washington, uel Reynoldsand Dock Ilimes. Those use of the fine weather the past from letter from these points together No ,,oy is pnrcd willioutpar-wit- h killed two fine wild ducks recently Wilson have hauled fertilizer boys were some of our best farmers. week plowing and planting corn. H. C. Spence, an implication will receive tho pM(s, pp Kan)ans- - ronsent. Boys The shotgun "kicked" her on the. Idamay Saturday. making a They have made pood hero and they James A. Fry, who fell in his well appointment, ir you nro imcrcsicu was wjl, not ,((, taktn fpom lhp,r ow chin and inflicted a small wound, our photographer, will over there. The iieoplo of a few days ago, is not expected neighbors, , certificated in your neighborhood this will be a mw!l ,,ul cnn Parn Mr. and professional call on the Libbut it will soon lie well. Crank, who re Wildie have invested $3,000 in Mrs. Annie Chasteen great pleasure" to yon and please nm, mp(la, to recover. on tloir fathers O. P.. Davis were guests of Mr. Saturday. Chester workinK Liberty Mrs. Old Aunt those who have moved from your , trip to Ak- erty Bonds of the Third no better. . , . and Mrs. Dan Allen Saturday night cently made a business plowing Mf Loan. Mrs. Alfred Bryant of near is reported itii inn n "vii j , O., is here again, Rachel Walton hns returned home vicinity to ouier pans woo v g myi working Re- - x ? Messrs. It. E. and ron, and Sunday. Edward Cook ML Vernon died Sunday mnrninc. from Mobley where she has been these letters as they would letters , organized under the Depart Charley Taylor sold a large bunch corn nnd tomatoes. She leaves a husband and six chil-- i visiting her daughter, Mrs. MargaP. Cook the of from home, of ties to James Davidson of Peo- -j recently bought horse-mu-R. of Labor, Washington, as a le in this dren. a mother, two sisters, and two ret Ann CotTey. There was a large ESTILL COUNTY: Fitchburg, Fur- menl of tho program of tho Ken-lucRichard Brewer, bed. yearling ple3 last week. part brothers, besides a host of friends crowd attended speaking at Panola cighty-flv- o dollar. nace, Jinks, Locust Brnnch.pia, Roy Mullins. and Delhert York were community, for State Council of Defense. relatives. The remains will be last Monday night, with Edward W. Buddie Robinson, of Green Hall, and Pitts. among the boys who left this county 8. Awards: When a boy takes the praveyard Tor seed buried today at the Maret searching ago Mills as speaker. His subject was JACKSON COUNTY: McKeo. oatli of allegiance and service, ho last Wednesday for Camn Taylor.- - -- was here Friday S. nrewcr, near Wildie. About a month tobacco and whiskey. Oscar Cox HAIUjAN COUNTY: Harlan. The frost at this place Wednesday, corn. Mr. and Mrs. V. is given a certificate with tho seal ami Mrs. Bryant's little baby week with "Bill" Mr. of Dulutli is visiting his aunt. Mary KNOX COUNTY: Gray. morning did considerable damage who spent last ot our great Government, and, a diojd, The bereaved ones havo our are at L Cole, this week. Prayer meet- KNOTT COUNTY: Ilindnian. Bran-amto the early crop of beans, pota- Wilson's family at Anville. small enrollment button. who re- deepest sympathy. Mrs. Will ing at this place is progressing LEE COUNTY; Radical. 0. If Hie boy works ns much as toes, etc. Mrs. Julia Peters has home. Harrison Pierson, seis 'suffering from a very S500, nicely with the Rev. J. W. Rich- OWSLEY COUNTY: Bonneville. thirty-si- x gone to Mt. Vernon to visit her sis- cently sold his two mules for days of eight hours each vere attack of rheumatism. team, ardson as leader. Robert Elliott POWELL COUNTY: Stanton. ter, Mrs. Joshua ' Parrelt, who is has just purchased a young $350. on a farm, or sixly days of eight Cooksburg good, for stuck an old rusty file thru hi ROCKCASTLE COUNTY: Climax. practically as very sick. hours each in some "essential inThe big Cookbnrg, May i. hand and it i giving him considerEast Hcrnstadt, Johnclta, Liv- dustry" he is awarded the Fetleral There must be a Sunday-scho- ol , Parrot which fell the second night of " Owsley frost A. J. Walton lost n nice able pain. ingston, Orlando. the within reach of every Bronze Badge of Honor on the recParrot, April 30.1-St- hco Mny did much damage to early two year old mare colt last week. County home. If your community WOLFE COUNTY: TorrcnL peoommendation of the County DirecA fishing weather has become warmer, plants and potatoes. call on or Uncle Sam called another bunch of plant corn. has no Sunday-schoo- l, tor, who gets u certificate from the ple are beginning General larty composed of Mr. Drew. Lloyd the boys from this section on the Uii looking 'fair- address, Edward Cook, IN OUR OWN STATE farmer that so much work has been Oats and wheat are Jennings and others from Big Hill Sunday-Owsley County Sherman Richof this month. (Continued from F0 Ona) done. ly wellrtNpples are about all the Secretary of were on Crooked Creek Saturday ardson nnd Mary Etlie Walton went Sturgeon, Ky. putting in about $80,000 worth of 10. The natives of all boys earning fruit that we can look forward to schools, night. Several from nround here Earnostvllle to Richmond on tho second and got pew machinery. reasonthe Bronze Badgo are registered in this part. Things are ami church attended Sunday-schomarried. Earnestville. April 29, 1918. A- at Ravin Wood Sunday. with the Department of Labor at ably high: Corn $2 per bushel : P. P. HamElmer Morris, fourteen .years r.f Washington. meat 30 cents per pound; eggs 20 lbert Bowman, who came from pneu- Singleton has been helping C. L. Coyle O. last Friday with age, son or Sain Morris, a farmer cents per dozen; hens 18 cents per ilton, Thomas plant corn this week. Geo Coyle, April 29. We havo been tiireo miles west of Laucnsler, was pound; potatoes $1.00 per bushel; monia, is slowly improving. Sun- Thomas Singleton visited church at having some rainy weather for tho accidentally shot by Corbin Morri,, MOTOR TRUCK COMPANIES GET with- Issacs' son, whilo jumping last and about all that we can eat S. S. Griffin B. niorse Lick Sunday. past week. Nobody has planted any a hi thor. sixteen years old. whil" TRAINING IN DRIVING out breaking our teeth. Born to day, fell and broke his leg. U)Dr. has completed his job at sowing in corn in this neighborhood yet Loua revolvci. AT NIGHT Ilurdley re- F. Tye. took his son Claude Mr. and Mrs. James lh' nttter was clean-ntho Singleton valley this 'week. IrOpal sup- The ball struck him between the Night driving of molor-truc- k cently a baby girl Leandrcw Gab-ba- rd isville to have his ears treated. to Several are planing to attend court O.vsie and spent Broughton, of the past two weeks shoulders and lie is paralyzed.' His ,it.. Iriltia fViiiii fliii Witef fi) tltn HP!I and Frances Johnson, both of Joseph Tacket look his son Earl at- at ML Vernon this week. Wo nre vine, have with their grandparents, Mr. nnd board ha been started "by the Quar- this place, eloped to Jellico, Tonn, Louisville to havo an operation T. sorry to say we have not any Sun- Mrs. James Powell, Alva Halo and iLiidition is serious. " community. Wo and were married. Mr. and Mrs. tended to, for his head. V. lormasler's Department as a step , day School in this spent Sunday with W. A. Chairman W. H. Courtney, of the, toward final training to fit men for F.lisha Baker are the proud parents I'liomas and son, Marcus, of Lovi, need a S'unday School organized wife C. T. Winkler and wife. Third Liberty Loan campaign, in France, of a new baby girl. Uncle Tom InokMlinner with Mr. and Mrs. hero for tho benefit of the children Dreyfus and Mi. ports an increase of 2ri,000 in stib- - According to tho Council of ((f chcko Faubush will preach at Letter Box Gabbard. Saturday,-M- r. ,ob o aro The farmers Dreyfus, April 30. Chnsle- - Gabbard visited their ratner. in this part to eat, so we-ca- n In Letcher County, which tional Defense, the experience gain-ha- d let next Saturday night and Sunday. nre busy getting ready for corn already gone far over tho lop. convoy work jn Elias Cabbard and wife of Rock- V. T. Thomas, Saturday niglit and our meat go to our soldiers. Tho Rov. Mr. Richard-M)- ii planting. Misses Mertio nnd Lucy castle County are visitingrelalivcs Sunday. hns iniide lho truck compnnies nblo Rockford of Locust Branch preached at entirely independent of to Rockcastle at this place. Thcro will bo Sun- Price and Ruby Venablo visited Miss Ro'ekford, May S. Saturday Increases are being made in the the travel countryside Camps are made day School at Letter Box Sunday Mablo Moore Saturday night and people are rejoicing to know tho the Christian church last coal tonnage of the Whitesburg sec- Mrs. Florence Fox regular hour, no matter School Houso at 2:00 p.m. Jame3 Sunday. Eight luoro of our boys work has begun on what is known ami S'unday. Hon. with indications pJinting to at tho Davidson's new dwelling house, on were called to army service, Friday. as .Scaffold Cane Hill. Also thero oi Cincinnati is spending a few the doubling of the present output "hero lho company is located, Chester A. Gabbard mado a busi has been some more work done on weeks with her parents, Mr. and cept that .open country is given Laurel Branch, is nearing complo-tig- n. , the close of the year. Claudo Luns-for- d Mrs. T. II, Davis. Pittsburg, ness trip to Louisville.Monday. Rev. B. II. Cole, of proferenco over cities. the grade near If iiiiidstone, conis buiuling a new tobacco barn J delivered an interesting sermon to ' ducted by J. W. McCollom of Rock-for- d. or. Dr. Gibson's farm near hero. Louise Keating, tho Box, Sunday LETCHER COUNTY tho people at Letter The Rov. W. M. C. Hntchins ..r II.... I l. 1.nf.H,ti U'njl FOR-SAOR EXCHANGE Jnce' Riddell of Whitehall spent n evening. Polly of Crab Orchard filled his regular mother, knocked down and badly bruised by Fur salo or exchange: tho 01 dray Hawk Polly, April 30Mr. and Mrs. A. appointment at Scaffold Cane today few days last week with his , Mrs. Louise Riddell. who has been near dr ven by JamesM yboe Allen , Sin.inKlJ pr0pCrty, con Gray Hawk. April 29. 1918-- Wet J Clay and S. J. Polly visited homo with a good crowd present, and ai sick lit lift Paul and Ill M'ltiMinuf m i 'Ii hv nlitlit MM ill ulcfltur nf 1K nnroa nf In nil IK' a for some time. ii iiiviivaiui weather contlnuos, ami farmers are folks, Sunday. Miss Carrie. Long usual delivered a wonderful sermon. Harry Robinson made a business rectly In the path of the machine T , Uireo buUdiSi 0UQ getting behind with their work. attended church at this placo SatThe farmers around hero nro Seed which turned out In order to avoid (Wh Q r00Ills?,r, Iriii to Richmond Saturday. lnrK0 jmrili ( corn. Grass Is urday and Sunday. Union meeting neatly all ready for corn planting. Some porn seems to be very scarce In' this hitti ug hit. cue vu i.y u.u slopQ ,0U80i In,u ,imigCi lwo pouU Somo hnve planted. The seed corn part ..., ,,.. orchliru- - Wiii , Bert Luns-for- d rear fender, knocked lo tho street of the country. senro is almost over, as wo find and 'children of Illinois nro and her collar bono fractured Tho sell for cash or exchange for city soveral cribs of good seed corn; visiting his father, James fcnli nV child's father vas killed ahout ;.,,, i.. iwPn Kv namely, Garlleld Gabbard's, Dillard USE yVar ago in an autoniobilo ncoldent. pUo J()lm n Wilson. Crab Orchard, Griffith's. J. T. Stephens' W. II. ad-- r Kentucky. Llnville's. and W. S. Shearer. Tho prico is not the object. Com should be planted n little closer than usuOLD FALSE TEETH WANTED Several of tho Scaffold Cano al. ITS DON'T MATTER IF BROKEN Second Growth Hlack Oak Spokes peoplo have taken out flro ins'ur-aiiL- 'o Also , We pay up to 15 dollars per Mt, pieces with tho Aetna Company with ' .1 2XI 29 'ncnes 'on8 $50-0- per. iooo " BRIGHTER, WHITER AND LIGHTER ri.i uiiu uiunui mall ur t uiu uuiu, cil " Mr. Scruggs of Berea as representx2M 16 inches long $25.00 "' " " Jewelry, Check sent by return mail. Goods held 10 days for tender' approval Datlle and Mama Todd aro 3x tative. ' inches long $30.00 Than Any Other Brand of our offer. Mazr.s Tooth Speciality, Delivered to our yard at Berea, Ky. reasonably well at this writing. Dept. A, 2007 S. 51 h. St., Philadelphia, Pa. 0. T. Payne, formerly of Disputanta, ad-STANDARD WHEEL CO. Goorgo has purchased an auto, and ftn CTldtnr Mon-nefeBel-do- untrt tlmnl In foil by tp writer. The nunr of good faith. Write plainly. can put it over the road. If you are suffering with n toothache ho can Mary get there much ipiicker. Rich of this place has returned home from her call hi help In railroad afMemorial fairs at different places. Day has been set by Scaffold Can" Baptist Church to be held on lh first Sunday In June, this being reg ulnr church day, and will be known n Decoration iJay. Tho day Is to be spent In preaching, singing, lecturing, etc. Let everybody come and bring n lunch so no one need go home. Everybody who ran bring a wreath of flowers and plnce on sonm grave, whether yon have relatives here or not. Remember the day June the 1st, Sunday. ROBINSON HOSPITAL ol en ng I later.--Farm- ers ,.,, .,,.,. Ma-haff- ey Bo-re- Es-m- ,,,,, I- ... n-a.i- ky an i ol I i cro'w-eoiiitt- ry . LE 1 ' have-.plante- Mi-u- POTTS' GOLD DUST FLOUR WANTED! 1 1 1 y l