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Citizen (Berea, Ky.): May 23, 1918 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1918 cit1918052301_sn85052076 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Citizen (Berea, Ky.): May 23, 1918 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1918 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. PRESIDENT'S A ME HE HEI? E A COLL ETi E KY MFFICE CDMP BEREA C PUBLISHING CO. (INCORPORATED) FROST, Editor-JivCMWM. II. WEKTENBERGER. Mnilng EJilor a EnltttAat Oil Itojfict at tltrta, rau AV. n trcrnd Vol. XIX. Fivo Cents per Copy. Devoted to tlie Interests of tlie pi ant kriii I The Citizen ffouxLteiirL HFREA. MADISON COUNTY, KIOTFCKY, MAY 23. 1018. One Dollnr Knowledge is Power and U wny to keep up with moAmm Knowlcge is to read a Newspaper. No. 47. twd People per Year. EXPLOSIVE MAKING DISCOVER GERMAN PLOT IN IRELAND WORLD NEWS The German drive Inward tho Channel cities has not yet been renewed although there Ims lieen considerable llghlfng. Thirteen Alleged Conspirators Are Inking advantage Moth sides nro of the tymo to REMMANT3 OF HUMAN BODIES, prepare and the allies nre growing; Arrested; British Government LEGS AND ARMS ARE FOUND more confident, In' spile of tlio Tact Asks Erin's Loyalty. IN WAkE OF DISASTER. that tho Germain" nre bringing up large numher of new forces. ISSUED Flfty.OIx Workers Art Known To Be PROCLAMATION IS I'etrograd has remained thus far Dead, While 31 Are Missing and 94 in the hands of the Russians hut tho In ,the HttpUals Identity Impossi Germans have several times threatble In Majority of Cases. Says Certain Persons Communicated ened to capture it if the Russians With Foe "Reflecting on Ireland's failed to respond to their demands. WtMdrn Nrwupnper rnlon News Service. Fair Name" Urges Voluntary They have been moving closer to Fifty-simen nro Pittsburg, l'onn. Recruiting. the city during the week and lightknown to be dead, 91 injured and In ing lias been going on within thirty hospitals nnd 31 employes of the Dublin, May UO. The Irish Tlme missing says the government has not acted n miles of the old capital of Ilussia. Aetna Chumlcal Company arc ns a, result of the oxploslon that moment too soon, iih nil the slgn Kngland has been giving Oermany wrecked this company's explosive-makinpointed to another outbreak of armed plant at Oukdalo, 1C miles ilolcnco posvlbly In connection with some (aste of her own medicine. from this city. ' This rnport Is tho re- the binding of Herman troops on Irish Several limes her air planes have COl.l.KfiK I.IIIKAIty made successful trips over German sult of the Investigation by Btate, Fed- shores. lerritoty and dropped bombs which eral, county nnd city olHclnls, nnd of London, Mny 20. Thirteen lenders caused loss of life or started II res. work of scores of men under directhe of the Sinn Felners In Ireland. Includ- During week a was made Jamison. III OUR OWN STATE tion of Coroner Samuel C. were extin- ing the Countess Mnrklevlcz (who Is against the old city raid Cologne, on the of Small fires In the debris uprising), Implicated In the Dublin guished and were bringing out rem- Professor De Vnlera (n member of par- the Rhine, and report makes the The attendance at summer schools will doubtless be nants of human bodies, legs and arms, liament) and others equally promi number of killed fourteen and of. Slackers evading the draft law ar hnndi with finger-ring- s on them, and nent, much larger this year than was expected a few months been arrested, snld n dls- - injured over forty. said to he hiding in the mountains. ln Bomo Instnncc8 only tho ,clnCrated Dublin to the Kn.ng , '7rmn ago. Many men and women who had hoped to be in m auu.u of Line ForR and the lieaiiwalers loruuB neru luunu. ytws. Five nrrests were made In Dun The Turks are carrying their op") summer school arc now in the service of the country aid-in- g o' the Cumberland river in Letcher iiientincauon was possime, out in mosi lln upon the heels of the proclamation erations inlo.Persin. The objective in the prosecution of the War, and many teachers County, and it is planned to hunt of them there was nothing to Indicate of the new lord lieutenant declaring point seems to be Hnzcli, an import the Identity of tho victims. have given up their profession to aid in crushing I'rus-sianisnut the men. thnt n German plot had been unearthThese gruesome recoveries wore ed. Those arrested In the Irish cap- (nut place on the lino of communiThis means that many of the higher teaching cation witli tlie Knglish armies in n3rriat in tho (.mnnrttrv mnnnifl In Dillon, Arthur Grlf- were Six "conscientious objectors" were. T;Uckas. where evcrv opportunity to ital the Doctor positions are vacant. Special preparation is necessary to It is evidently tho lltlio. Countess Marklewlcz, ue Mesopotamia. arraigned neiore v)ew was given anyqno that ynleru and a Sinn Fein lender mimed Turkish plan to break the lino of qualify one to fill these vacancies. The demand made Thursday, at Camp Zachnry Taylor.; might S e lost friend or relatives In Cosgrove. communication, if possible, and thus upon beginners in the profession or upon experienced None of tho defendants showed any tho dlrf er. While earlier explosions t,,- .Tmimnl of Dublin recover some of the ground lost to teachers who seek to improve their positions, is such as wrecked the plant, the last one blew'savg tmU conscrption will be put Into the English. intention of fighting his case. the pjlcf of dobrls clean of tho ground pf;ppt , Trpinn,i under cover of the acreage revelntlons that nre now being mnde. In a Idler addressed Thursday to. and scattered them over moro The plan of Irish conscription is rA Minn linfftra nnt titaAtrnnflil avaiV t ' Arrests wt're wnuo ,n '" not being pushed, for the present, Counlv Food Administrators, Fred, V ul or ireiand, nut were mnue siimmum.-thin- g' ."""v., .0 H" M. Sackett, Federal Food recognition. nwy. All followed the revelation thnt at least. General French has been beyond human, trator for Kentucky, chnrges extorsmoke continued to hang German propaganda was being liber-ove- r taking advantage of a German plot tion and prollteering in wheat Hour in Ireland, to arouse tho loyalty of tho ruins, considerably Impend- - lllIv distributed In Ireland. substitutes, and says that prices ' ing the work of the searchers. Its1 The Star, ln referring to the matter, the people and induco them to join fumes are feared by the rest- - st)(i the army as volunteers. It is felt mut lie reduced. dents of the community nnd only when by many that Home Rule should 'The developments Indicate that anticipation of the enactment a Blight breeze would lift the smoke SCrlption will be applied to Ireland come before conscription at any searchers bo able to get close immediately." of the law providing for the rate. w ",u Conspire With Germans. tration of m'n becoming twenty-on- e, . For a time the work was Impeded years oh since June r. 1017. Major The proclamation of the lord lieuAbout fivo hundred ot the Scin cr by ,ho thougIindB of sIgnteeerB tenant suys: Henry Rhodes lias sent a letter t' that flocked to tho scene from the Feincrs, or radical republicans, of' "Whereas, It has come to our knowl- Ireland have been deported during hoards instructing tliem to pro- - roundlns country. Automobiles block- mnj- Pnllflt, mill III limko II Tnn fl'it-l- i nil mn.a ,si frrim tk. nl.na onH edge thnt certain subjects of his to Wales by order of EngIn Ireland tho week CStJ, U'C klOg, UOIlllCIieU mill WitWirf onntli.p nn.nor,. nt th f ll.nl- unll nnn.l.K. land. They have been charged with oblles was rushed from DR. COWLEY MARSHALL E. VAUGHN on tin. ap.u.ximate numher of plans conspiring with German plotters and .... College Physician Secretary " aro regarded as traitors. Tho act lor rcgisiering. with the German enemy ; nnd. don about the scene of the disaster. "Whereas, such trenchery Is n men- - has met with approval on the part au- - j riIII. r ..iavlii miliictrlnl Pminiln .! The crowds were ordered back and t. nw nco to the fair nnme of Ireland nnd Its of somo but others' look on it as a .......... .nMV.M 1, . W ... .1 U Illl3,l,l" n to require that they seize every opportunity to improve luuiuuiitrs ncie iuiucu ullc& wugu vucj Hon announces that the Sehuler1 had reached within Ave miles of Oak- - 'glorious military record, n record frame-u- p by England to help her in their knowledge and skill. They are meeting this deAxle Company, now located in Ho- -, dnle Aftcr a compIele cordon enclr. which Is a source of Intense pride to her effort to secure loyalty. mand with the spirit of the American Army, and are troit, will move to Louisville within cled tho plant a mile and a half, and a country whose sons nlways dlstln-- I gulshed themselves nnd fought with moving into the summer schools with the same spirit as tho week. The concern makes axles only those having business, or the A pamphlet has been circulated in post the guards. huch heroic valor in the past, In the Germany by Von Thyssen, a largo were admitted for commercial automobiles. our selected men are moving into the cantonments. are Thousands of persons streamed Into same wny as thousands of them steel manufacturer nnd financial The 1918 Summer School of Berea will be the largest now fighting ln this war; and The Red Cross drive continues to the temporary morgue all day to view "Whereas, drustlc measures must be leader with the hopo of arousing in its history. The courses offered, the pleasant climate, ruins, finds he pushed in the coal mining towns the crewsome special from the police taken to put down this German plot, the business men. Ho reveals tho It detail of the low cost of living, and the quiet environment of the solely directed plans of the Emperor to induco fof Letcher County, miners and cor- andkeep took a to this morbid element In check. which means will be small college town, are especially attractive this year. porations subscribing liberally. inancial interests of tho Empire to Titers were many there of right, how- against that plot; Berea College has had an unusual number of letters from ever, and some Identifications "Now, therefore, we, the lord lieu- support his plan of world conmiest thus CapL J. McKenzie Hrown, son of were made. interested inquirers concerning the summer school. We tenant of Ireland nnd governor gen- by promising large returns to all Mrs. Cleo Hrown, of Mt. Vernon, Ky., The country Is desolate for an area eral of Ireland, have thought fit to who aided him. Tho writer was will gladly mail you a circular and answer any questions this proclamutlon declaring as promised 30,000 acres of 'land in has been mentioned for conspicuous of several miles around the plant you desire to ask concerning the advantages offered at gallantry and devotion to duty by whore the former Ueautlful green hlll-- follows : Instead of this ho has Australia. Herea this summer. That It Is the duty of nil loynl suffered great losses Tor refusing the Ilritish Admiralty. Capl. Hrown slues nave Deen b carta ana ournea 07 majesty to assist In was Sublieutenant in the British the blasts. The meadows and fields subjects of his majesty's government to yield lo the Emperor' will. and fruit and shade every wny his Navy when commended for his serv- have been seared, trees have been blasted and denuded In Ireland to suppress this treasonaices. Since then he has been pro- of their foliage. Federal officers, rep- ble conspiracy nnd to defeat the Von Hindenburg, the German commoted and transferred to tho land resenting the Department of Justice, treacherous nttcmpt of Germany to de- mander in France, is seeking to force forces. Your Army and Navy fight to make the world "safe ordered the arrest of two men who fame tho honor of Irishmen for their' the German fleet into activity m were photographing the ruins, and who own ends; Your American Red Cross fights to for democracy." order to reinforce him in his effort Willi a thorough organization were charged by a woman with "That we hereby call upon all loyal to reach tho Channel. Tho English it fit for democracy. make on Psgs me) log seditious remarks. A special po- - subjects of bis majesty In Irelund to would welcomo such a move for " Your Red Cross fights for your soldiers yours and Uceman employed by the Aetna Chem-N- aid In crushing such conspiracy and, somo timo In se- they have been trying for one will want to miss read-- ! 'cal Co. arrested two men during the no far ns In them lies, to assist your Allies' in trench, canteen and hospital. It fights to tempt tho fleet from its retreat ing the story, "In the Days of Robin day as they were about to hurry away curing un effective prosecution of the for the little children to save them foi the nations' motorcycle. Tho wnr and the welfaru and tafety of the in tho Kiel Canal. A great naval Hood," on page two of this Issue. from the plant on a of tomorrow; fights for the swarms of homenames and charges upon which these empire ; battle is likely to occur heforo the He sure you read it and become famen aro held are withheld by officials as a means to this end we year is over, and it is inovilablo "Thut less, dazed refugees and repatriates, thrown out from miliar with it heforo tho event pending Investigation. shall cause still further steps to be heforo tho close of tho war. war's black whirlpool. It fights the white plague, tuberconies olT. advertised in line display taken to facilitate und encourage voculosis, which takes a greater toll than lead and steel; on page four. You can't afford to luntary enlistment In Ireland In bis Many Jews havo enlisted on tho miss it anil to enjoy it is tho object; ninjesty's forces In the hope that with- sido of tho allies anil in somo cases fighthsin every war for stricken country to uphold a Bread Ration Is Totally Exhausted. so rend the story. out resort to compulblon the contribuwrecked and suffering humanity in its struggle for free given privileges that no tion of Ireland to those forces mny be they are Moscow. The food gltuaUon In Joining tho existence. largo cities of Rus- brought up to the proper streugtb und others receive. Thoo and other Where comforts are plentiful nnd to with tho ad- made to correspond to the contribu- army in Canada am permitted One hundred millions of dollars are needed by the life seems full of satisfaction sia, Instead of Improving navlgaUon, empire." Palestine. This is tho light in vent of spring and river tions of other parts of the Red Cross War Council to " carry on." friends write for Tho Citizen, declar- constantly Is growing worse. The of a pledgo mado by tho EngAsks U. S. to Protest. ing that it will ndd one more com- bread rations In Petrograd, which had No power of taxation, no interest rate are required lish to nid the Zionists in their Dublin, Muy 20. At u meeting of 45 fort. Is it any wonder the Manag- Vson ono clghth of a poussd weekly, now to urge those dollars. Each dollar will be a " volunteer," to restore tho old homo ing Kdltor can't refuse to send Tho ,tally Is exhausted. Other product members of the IrUb party with the sent willingly and by the heart alone. laud to the Jew. IrlBh Nutlouulifct leader, Jobu Dillon Citizen to those making such re- are scarce. In Moscow the food situ Mnteinent wus Issued that This Red Cross War Fund is the noblest of all the IVrhaps you aro one of atlon Is somewhat better. The bread presiding, u conscrlptlou In Ireland wus quests? the bill for German influence has been growbillions of this war's vast budgets, because it will be the this kind; without this last omforl. ration Is a quarter of a pound, and adopted by parliament lurgely under provinit, it only costs ono dol- other food Is obtainable at high prices. ' the ImpresKlon that no uttempt would ing so much in the Asiatic and ChiThink of freest given. Conditions In tho Sugar Is scarce. ces of Russia that Japan lnr. uutll a renpouolble Irish gov What sacrifice to mobilize those Fighting Red Cross country generally do not promise an be made und parliament were culled, na havo been drawing moro closely Dollars? improvement la the food condition in ernmentdevelopments lead to the con nlan lo counlcr- Lute Wo give you tho ilrst Installment the near future. What share is yours? btutement suys, that the art it, A danger lies especially in viction, the of our new sereal, "Over There' government bus no Intention of pro- tho appeal that is being made to this week. You will do well lo beawak-'eni- ng Aliens Are Denied Right T Boating. ducing uny bill whatever. Tho state- tlio rclipious motive and tho week. PAGE C. Mountain Farming: Corn gin this and follow it up each CONTENTS ment concludes: Washington. Unnaturallied tho ranatical zeal of tho of Crop; Cause of Sow Killing Pigs; You want to know more nbout the "We beg of the American people and Moslem population. men and women were warned In Tho allies aro there, .PAGE 1. Editorials: Summer School, Cin- nclnal llfoof our soldiers over Crop Report )f May 1st. Department of Justice statement government, In tho memory of tho coming to look with moro ravor on a get n Your lied Cross Fighting DoHomo De- nnd in this story yon will not to go boating on any river, canal, bonds of sympathy which have existed cinnati Markets. tlio movement, if in somo way the llars. Our Own State News; partment: Why Food Will Win splendid story of it all. Don't fail lake or seashore this summer, under between the American und Irish Russians can bo mado to undcr-- I pago 7. founibiUon of the Nows. U. S. .Nows; World to begin this week on since tho penalty of violating regulations gov tho War. upon helr lSrltHh ut bland tho motive. to urge erning tho conduct ot alien enomles, PAGE 2. Departmental Columns. These reicula- - ' iles the duty of Immediately applying. TJ10 Summer School presented on nml belner Interned. Story: In tho Days of Hob in PAGE 7. Sunday School Lesson. pago three will ho worth yourwhilo i,.n. fnr!,l,l nermann to ifo within 100 In ttio case of Ireland, those principles "From tho date of tho establishHood. Sermon: Faith in Action. So- to read carefully If you aro plan- yards of canals, wharves, piers, ware- - of democratic freedom and national ment of flying schools and camps so magnificently cial Story: "Over There." PAGE 3. Korea Summer School. ning to attend n summer school any- houses, elevators and terminals, and in this country and at Camp Borden, require citizens to obtain passes be set forth In President Wilson's decla-- I Toronto, until April 21, 1018. there where. Thero nro special induce- fore entering the water front barred rations, the benefit of which Is denied PAGE 4. Locals. 102 deaths in flying PAGE 8. Kust Kentucky Nows Let- - ments given that cannot bo found in Ireland, while tho Irish people are havo been ones. ters. PAGE S. Local Items of Interest- elsewhere. called on to fight for them In foreign lands." mm iu uimV hp ui x g Summer Schools cour.i-mari,i- ni, ' 'T T Ulue-brow- n m dei-dl- ' sur-loc- uy Jn-om- - ,, """""f V. otQ-ccr- Your Red Cross Fighting Dollars d o gs Pet-rogra- d out-con- vo I I Ger-ma- t. na-Uo- Commencement June 5 Next Day Summer School Begins Pago Two. THE CITIZEN May 2.1, 1018. University Column LETTER FROM LIEUT. WM DEAN TO HIS MOTHER, WRITTEN ON MOTHER'S DAY College Column College AcademyCoIumn Vocational Column In the Days of Robin Hood I.fon-liearted, In the days of the crusades all Eng- determined lo make one moro bold William Dizney, formerly of the DEBATE EUGENE MARSH WINS LAURELS land was in turmoil. King Richard, attempt lo secure his rights as carl. Department, writes from On Saturday night. May 18. Pi We find the following In Hie Daily had gono to This plan ho mealed lo his own "somewhere in Indiana" thai he t ami Beta Alpha literary soc ietie. llr raid, of Vleksburg, Mis, which is called the Camp Taylor, Ky., enroulo from Texas lo "somewhere hold their annual debate. The ques- indeed gratifying, and his many help regain the Holy Land. Those followers nnd also to (ho outlaws May 12, 1018 over there." Our eood wishes go tion wa thai Kentucky should hae friends here will bo glad to know whom lie left to govern England of Sherwood forest. With their asDonr Mother: with all of (he boys, Let ti make the initiative and referendum. Beta I lio ( 1t tern tin lm mmm I list Minn" In were not of the same honest stamp sistance he npponred before tho "icy wd tho op Sheriff and demanded that ho bo The 330th Infantry Is In camp, them a good country lo come back Alpha attempted lo establish the af- MIsslsMppi. "''jf, H"?We wish him much portunity only for their own ad proclaimed Iho Earl of Huntington. eighteen miles from Camp Taylor,; to. firmative, while PI Sigma upheld success in his sweet singing. experiencing some real soldiering.; The Senior Class" took an all day the negative. PI Sigma completely Eugene Marsh of County Considered vantage. As a result of this course At this demand, the Sheriff only much injustice was done, laws wcro scoffed and then lie produced papers Our camp is In a low, swampy place, Class Day lat Saturday. The place stranded the opposition by the tune a Vocal "Find" and the mud is kneo deep. was Camp Daniel Boone. Messrs. of three to nothing, despite the fact Everybody was delighted with the hot enforced, and finally respect for to prove thai Ouy of Glsborno was Began raining yesterday morning Clugslon and Phalcn, of the Faculty, thai a substitution had to be made "pleudid singing of Mr. Eugene law was Ios(. In such a slale of an older son of Iho former Earl and and has rained were with the party. There are,),, u,e (pnm t ti,e eleventh hour Marsh who was programmed at the affairs, the wicked and selfish men therefore tho rightful heir. about seven-thirt- y, naturally oppresnI those over When this answer was heard, almost continually ever since. Wc twenty members in this class: Sev-in whole the ilehnte wn enml lied Cress Minstrels as "John whom they had power, and, Indeed, Little John with great earnestness have ditches dug around our litllo t. candidates for the B.A. degree, (bough too much sarcasm was used and everybody wanted tents, lo keep the water from run- - one for the B.S. degree, six each forDV jl0 affirmative. The Academy is t know who he was and where he (he ruling clashes winked at these proposed lhat llobin join his baud things and even openly encouraged Willi that of the outlaws and be tho nlng in. If tho rain docs not cease (he B.Ped and the B. I,, degrees. The1 I)roud 0f ,or literary societies came from. The gentleman wns unleader of both. This proposal Itobln soon, I fear we will be flooded. pod lime and the inspiration of thi cn,,e 0f (be work which they are known to the audience and his sing- them. uno of the many victims o gratefully accepted. With a faro-wi go DacK 10 vayior mis evening nay win ne reuerieu in commence- - accomplishing, ing wns such n delight that it was lnx government was Robert, son ' to Marian, Ilohin nnd his new to he ready for school tomorrow, so tnent Oration. was as follows: Neg a matter of much conjecture ns to The line-u- p' of Hie Karl of Huntington. At romrndes turned from tho town of Mr. James Hacer, wife, and daugh-:ai1V- (, there is no danger of my being rinv Conjjlctoii. Barnctl Wii how such a fine vocalist had escaped the Nottingham bark to the quiet of the Earl, (or of Cleveland, 0., stopped off lo nmSf Karl Sargent; Affirmative, th( attention of Vicksburgers until the death drowned. we wear our rain coats wimc visit me uouege uepnrtment ror a McDonald Franklin, Clinton Fusnt the night of (lie show. Inquiries administration of Iho earldom shadows of Sherwood. fell Into the hands of tho Sheriff o Through the months of summer, eating. There is a large tent for a day on their way home from n win-- 1 Williain Wright, if ganling the young singer have re- Nottingham, whoe duty it was to f)he dinning-roopleasant forest life wns tinbut the rain blows tor's stay in Florida. vealed dial he is what might be Who said that the College men did THE RELIABILITY in so that it is little better than in CHRIS- - termed a vocal "find." Judge Bricn confer the title upon Robert. The interrupted by nny untoward event. OF Sheriff, a vain, scheming official Ono day, when September had come, tno open. mot Know now to uo tneir muyT TIANITY slated yesterday that ho became large in body but small in rourase, news was brought that the SlterlfT Our tents are very small about Look at the campus! Who cleaned! 0f what use is Christianity? known to the lied Cross commiltee three feet high in the center, and it up? Complements! A fine spirit! Tml question no doubt, has en in (his city ns the result of an enter decided fo tako advantage of nob anil Ouy, with n number of men. sloping to uie grounu at wo siucs. i? more to ne ucsircu man gom. '(cre(i the mind of many a person, tninmenl that was given by tho Roll ert's youth. Accordingly, by fraud- wero coming l surprise and arrest men can just urai in. mci ucginning rrencn win )0x Christians and infidels. There ing Fork auxiliary some time ago ulent means, he made II appear that the outlaws. The forest men de umirse in iwo are just long enough to keep the be given in the College next yoar.;arc a preat number of answers to at which he sang, and was induced another ward of his, Sir Ouy of Ois termined to turn Hie tables upon feet and head dry. Despite tho rain The College credit given will be 8 that question, one of which is. to lake part in the Vleksburg show. borne, was the legal Earl of Hunting their enemies, nnd as the Sheriff's hours. Tlie course will run through' Christianity Is a reliable aid fo Mr. Marsh is In charge of a planta- ton. S'eelng the hopelessness of and mud, I rcaly enjoy it. men wero following Uio unfamiliar justice for the time, Robert paths, they were suddenly attacked. We had a very impressive service the year and will be taught by Miss tj0 person profesing iU Bluff in Ibis county tion nt Havnes this morning. A "Mother's Day". Welsh. Thi, Is a timeVhcn people want now owned by .Mr. and Mrs. H. K. with n few followers withdrew to Startled and confused, they lied nnd service. We selected as dry a place, Misses Kathyrn Saunders, Carrie yam received for whatever they William. Steps arc being taken the rorests or Lincolnshire. There left Iho Sheriff to bo captured. y the of Robin a3 could be found, and stood in a, Wilson, Lydia Hatfield, and Mr. .i,( vi... nr r.lirUtinnitv by the father of young Marsh to under free name hunting Hood, ho Elated because their life, nnd roving was in Iheir hands, the outlaws put circle. Our colonel read a tclc-- ( Wesley Bouterse are planning lo do is One purchase the place when the elder led a 0 mPani, uncommon. the woodlands. By hl acts be soon him in the stocks Hint they might gram from General Pershing, in work in the Summer School. of the returns of Christianity is its Marshes and their family will re- reliability in time of need. The way move to Warren county to reside. became known as the enemy of op- mock at hi plight and celebrate which ne urgeu every soiuiur iui uoes anyone oi uie uuiegc pressors and the friend of the poor their victory. Meanwhile, Guy, who inii-iwruu a icitvr w uiuniui uwaj, hiiuw wn.u a uiiiuuv i W( jpakc our needs known is thru Young Marsh has had no particular was a very beautiful message set- -j The Board of Regents of the state; praver prayor 0f an earnest sort. training in the vocal art, but has and weak. had made his escape, secured regentlemen, like Rob inforcements nnd in the midst of ting rortn wny a letter to mouicr o; .now orK nave recognizee! tnc our nml j, j,13tt Jt wjh DC an- - always sung, especially during his A few other snouia De written, uacneior or Arts anu tne mcneior swere(j for wc can reiy upon our college years. His voice which is erl of Huntington and many honesl the outlaws' gaiety, he surroundetH After reading tnc telegram, our of Science degrees from Herea col- - c;vi0r to hear us. But In order rich, sonorous baritone has a vi men of lower rank, rather than op them and released tho Sheriff. In captain read the story or .Mary a lege. J lie slate or bouiii BakoLa. n Christianity, brant sympathetic quality and this press their neighbors or themselves great glee, the latter gloated over hp ab,e (o the tomb of Christ, He emphasized has reorganized the work in Educa-- ! , lhaf;incans an(I ,mpHeJl taken in connection with his fine endure oppression, left their homes his triumph nnd boasted of the way t , , the fact that we were likely to be- - lion necessary for finishing the B.Ped , ,t b manly stage presence, makes its and withdrew to the forest. A few in which he should ,iinng llobin nnme o AnrrrAOQAH In niln n'OPL Hint lnrmA on. Mini n lAninap'fi nofHM openly became robbers, but by Hood. At this. llobin declnred that iinl' nnk rnllflnro fill f nnrfont frili.! I fortunate possessor fitted lo grace bands ...ill.nt, in ... m...... far the greater number desired only tlw Sheriff rould not take his lire u 0 u.u Unnnm nnrtlirvnrtt ...iuw ...Ill l. "V,-On- e proof of the reliability of Chris- - any program. to be free. For the most part these Iroeauso be was lo marry Marian, writing home. I know it Is true aminatlon. Bcrea College , (h wi of christ . . hands befriended the common peo . always very busy. Wo.nre recognized everywhere. . for wc are , ward of the king. Tho Sheriff ple and preyed only upon the lyran replied that by tho king's command, forgot that tho truest patriotism is, Mi3S Sarah Byrd of the Collego Is'm.. ....-i- . r MAJ. GEW. GOETHALS ..t.. ' nlcal nobles. manifested by mothers who so will- -; teaching nt Muskogee. Okla. She .Marian must mary Uio harl of ,9,0,u ' mn i i .r.. i . i i,,,,inr. nt Such n band dwell in Sherwood Huntington, and therefore, Guy must near the town of Nottingham. This he her husband. Then llobin, realiz sacrifice. Nothing can be more pa- - work. in the Faith for it will reward 119. band especially had endeared them ing that lie had no other hope for Iriotic, brave, and loyal. Mr. Jerome Eastham has recently selves lo the peasants, and even lo his own freedom, or for Marian's Every mother is praying for tho been made Superintendent of Schools, piTninTtuiw the townspeople by their safely, became silent, Tho dejected 1 a riollsm vo for countryand) hand, overv fnie American mother roartnn.;,i nn,iiinn nnH mnl-P- , Mr.-- . nnd generosity. To outlaws were led away in chains to We can oimnpnci mspiration Tor servlco. n in ih nrmr i. nrntiilJr.,.n,nm nf i,,. such an extent were they admired the castle dungeons at I'oUinglinn. bo patriotic in most everything that and respected that even the haughty Marian and Annabel were seized If the war must be fought lo a. school men of Florida. wo do. So many people have the Sheriff had not yet found a favora ami held captive until preparation finish, that they have a boy to go. I I n. !.,. cf .... iilnn II i I 3wj.iit, at uu iu.v- jmi; y t. m rnnppp ble opportunity for laying hands up for the marriage of Sir Ouy and Sir A mother who wants her boy to be doing is not being patriotic, but L -i rr. on them. One of the outlaws, Allan-a-Dal- e, Ounistnn. a slacker is not a patriot. I havo 1 e" oven dared to love fair An?' 0,,Id J,n lhc R Cross,! some in mind right now. They have Department next year is good. Many But fate had not finally delivered up it,c.'e8ra,J'; or a, ??ve- nabel, (he daughter of Dame Durden llobin Hood to death. A part of his no regard for tho welfare and hap- new people aro making inquiry and ! who lived almost in Iho shallow of hand which had eludi"! the Sheriff's piness of any one except their own. asking for places. Next year !f fbe Sheriff's castle. And when it clutches managed the escape of Perhaps that is a little strong real - be a time when every young person " ..r such positions are was rumored that the Sheriff in- Robin nnd his companions the night izins a mother's love,. but I can''i .i..M .. . , . . and what tho counlrv rnnllv ernwlj . tended to force Annabel to marry Sir iKfore the wedding- fltivitles. All : see now any one can ne a i.i. : iai;&ur,an educational ..career is more . im- - 0I, US . n .i . hnlrfl -i ,i in Conistan, one of his henchmen, all unaware that the victims whrvn now. i ipei, anu it manes me swen poriant man me uonege pari oi I tin nnol f Innnatriotin wnv Stla .tnKama linA l.n. the greater sympathy went out to deaths wero to colubrato Uio wedwith pride lo feel that my mother, I0"1"' .,fa4ctoir'' r at school and Allan. though suffering with pain and The High School and Academy dings were no longer in his power, to do best of our ability, anguish, because it is needful that time is a 'time of facto, of memo- In Nottingham, in the spring of the Sheriff proceedud to enrry out the year, a great fair was held. To his nefarious plan. At tho nppoint- I should go. yet so proud of the fact rizing. and of acquaintances in ncwUo must be kind lo the people wo nro wor,k!"f. an'l jow lcm this fair came merchant", pedlars, d hour, the bridal parties gathered that I can go. fields. Tho College time is a time You will have nothing lo regret. of weighing and correlating. It iSj f'ow Patriotic they can be in ll.e.r itinerant minstrels, wandering jug- beforo the churclw The unwilling-brided Pa" glers and elomis, peasants and out Your conscience will be clear. It is a time when judgments are formed dared no longer hope- - for de- laws, travellers of all degrees, both-hig- llvcranco by thaif friends. As tho i,o.iia nr nrort i Is these1 Miotic. We must be dignified and just ten minutes till train tim. j and low. At this lime evert chimes rnng out tho hour, the Wish I had time to write more. Am judgments into which men and wcar simple dress. Saying this does ' ..ut " the Shccul deigned to mingle with Sheriff ordered the doors of tho sitting humped up In my little lent, women aro guided by the proven i an attractive manner. It is just the crowd and permit Iho- - peoplo to church to bo- opened. Tho doors with the rain paltering on its sides. knowledge and experience of the make ob?iancc and to admire hb wero opened indeed, but not as tho Camo near not having a chanco to world that mako the College train- -' naViral lhat wc want 10 bo amlred. it s our duty to dress as neat manly form. Hero camo Allan-a-Dawrito at all. cd man worth more than the mere-ia- d Hierlff had expected, Tor from tho Col-'anlce as possible. Health is also Your affectionate son. ly High School trained person. ail his two friendis Will Saar- - interior of tho church rushed out Jobn.-w- i.o was really llobin nnd bis faithful friends. Tho William lego time is tho time when sound 'Jo be considered. Isnta man who Uy a reorganisation of the army gen- takcs care of his body by taking and intelligent visions and ideals' oral staff MaJ. Gen. Oeorce W. Goetlmla a,m0Ht b, onou8h for two wdinary surprised Sheriff offered no resistgymnasium 0r anything else ath e -rORMER BEREA STUDENT OCCU- appear. It is tho time when Intelhas ben put nt the head of tho meri;tl J'dins.. From distant Lincoln forest ance to hit assailants, and onco 'c more RESPONSIBLE POSITION initiative comes into one expected fit to do the work that s divisions of purchuses nnd nupplle.i nnd jury. Robin, impressed by tlwfear-o- f asaln tho men of Sherwood were in ligent PIES of him in lime of storage and trnlllc. Ho now has their hands and lo win a share of control. IN RUSSIA hands. No man or woman may rob f m,i nnnnrl.inltv for the1 ships? They certainly aro. Tliey supervision of tho clothing nnd equip-- f tho- honors in the sports, Tho following clipping was taken Lest hello should arrive- for tho mont mipply, the gaiply its. height, Sheriff, th victorious outlaws preM from tho "Peoplo in the News" col- full development of these highest, bui d up their body from a litth ammunition supply, artillery, rifle, and and tho transpormachine to a powerful one th niar-tntl- pared tt go back at onw to tho umn of Tho Christian Science Mon- qualities of the human mind wlth-!"le- ss of the nnuy from enmp on this lure (aino swinging aiotit, a lad In tho jaonty cos- - forest. As tliey wero about ready lo of May 9. Mr. Caldwell is a out destroying the fruits of all his by strengthening their muscles itor to port of debarkation In Europe, tuuio of a cavalier. In spito of his depart, thero arrived n messenger Berea Collego graduate of tho class early years of training. It is a which arc .weak into well knU ones ha can bo depended upon. Tt oir """" of" 1905. confident bearing, tho sewxth race in great haste. Ho bore a Ictler principle of education that that they "John Kenneth Caldwell, United race is most effective whose period brains become more alert, andthings the Annual Senior Banquet in the and delicate features marked him as from tho king. Trembling, tho Tho! attain more will power to do He- paused lo Shew! rend Iho words. girls' gymnasium, Monday evening one not old in King RichStales consul at Vladivostok, Russia, of youth is most prolonged. Every- -j Join a group of merry-make- rs and ard had returned nt last. Tho from six lo eight-thirt- y. for whose discipline by tho Depart- four years or Collego life give this Patriotically. ono seemed to enjoy himself. Tho immediately began a quarrel by pro- - message was a pardon for Hobin ment of State, tho Bolshevist gov- prolongation of youth in which tho program was anything but dry. It sinning lo. kiss ono of tho maidens Hood and all his banished friends, ernment, through its foreign minis- foundation for effective maturity Is DOINGS OF THE SENIORS ter, Mr. Tchitcherin, Is calling, wns developed. Let not yourself boj Al ,ast tl)0 c)as3 of .,8 ,ms bcen contained speeches', music, and a It was only by tho intervention of imbin Hood wns no longer tho lord born in Japan, of parents who were found out of College next year. al),0 enjoy somo of tho prlvllese3 great phophecy of each member ol Robin Hood that the lad escaped in- of nn outlawed baud, but a lord by missionaries from the United Stales. Your own life cans you to njjvcst,of Seniors, Last Thursday after tho class. Tho host part of tho jury. Robin, impress! by tho fear- law and right; and Marian, who whole program was tho cleaning up less bearing of tho young stranger, Inavcd tho dangers of tho forest Thus ho grew up in a place and at the fruit of the toils or your earner noon wag Ul0 genior Cass Day Invited him to become ono of tho to keep her heart free, would no years. Your country calls you. caug0 of tho wcather, tho vacation, of tho dishes. Until recently havo wo never been Lincoln band. This invitation tho longer object to the Earl ol Hunt Your motto :s to bo BacK to lhi or al ,cast tll0 rcfrcslimcnt part, was pleasuro or being a. ial readily accepted, but said that inston. Justice was onco more rulCollego nex; yean Jn tho girls' gymnasium, while ablo to feel tho Senior, but sinco wo havo round how ho desired first to relate his story, ing iu England. tho greater part of tho afternoon to seo tho and Iho two withdrew to a quiet a timo when ho could absorb knowl-- 1 wag spenl ,n a walk lo Moun. nice it really is, wo hate edge of tho Far East. Ho camo W)tan( wju, profcssor Lark as coil-th- o end ol Iho year, as it is hard lo tell plncc. There to tho rorestcr's great Lake Abltlbl. United Slates ror his collego cd-- 1 duct0Pi Aftcr 8Upper Uie walIs of whero wo all may bo at this timo supriso. tho cavalier revealed him-se- ir Ahltlhl Is nn old Indian name, and to bo u young lady. Her name, ucatlon, ami a year alter no goi "' tho building becamo hilarious as next year. However, wo shall alyet comparatively new to most Cnna-dlnnB, S. degreo ho was sent back to and ways remember tho many good sho said, was Lady Marian Dean includimr ..rvnTin Tho building of the Transconto act as Mrg Mau,cny and Professor Lark, tunes wo havo had together in tho Sho had been a ward ol Japan by tho Government tinental railway King Richard, ami by a decreo which peoplo outsldo inudo It known to a student interpreter, jtohiohoh ui galhercd on Iho floor and play dear old Classs or '18. the comparatively tho king had made beforo his hlKher places in the consular and oil (Im crnmoa with ns much nil small groups always Interested In the sho was to marry tho son Northland. diplomatic service followed, includ- -' trmslasm as any Senior. Everyone Uike Abltlbl lies about Hard Lines. ing flvo years at tho embassy In To-- 1 jcftt fceng that ho had spent a Jessica "Poor girl, Mio cannot get or a rormer ravorlto of tho king, a duo north of Lnko TimlNkumlng on tho kio, nud special duties at tho Iiortrn(,ch moro profltablo afternoon u wink of sleep, lying awake nnd wait- certain Earl of Huntington. To boundary between Quebec and Oncia98es nn,i (0 ing for her hustmml, ami then ques- nvoid wedding a man whom sho had tario. Tbu name means "halfway of Dalny in 1911. His present posi-itn,,ad n0 gono tioning htm until morning." never seon, sho had fled from tho ncrosH water," duo to tho situation of Uon ho has field sinco August, tll0 boarding ball, tho hike, which Is about half way becourt in disgulso. and ho Is likely to bo backed loyal- - Sunday morning, bright and early, tween Tlmfsknmlng and Juines' bay on As Robin had formerly been struck the old route followed by (bo voyagers State Department and tho tho genior grl8 of noono Cottage ly by tho won & ert foP a si10rt visit to Indian Fort, LEXINGTON, KY., BUSINESS UNIVERSITY by tho bearing of Iho young cava- of tho Hudson's Buy company. A few Adminlatratlon as ho has lier, so now ho was smitten by tho years ago all tho region about Lake lino measure of confidence by AILliougli Iho rain fell In torrents l W. ui SaaoM It JU ft. im Bubu UStu beauty of tho maiden. Spurred on Abltlbl was a wilderness; today It discretion and ability in tho past." faU nlahl antl unlj dinner timo Bulkiest, Short Hind, Tipt Writing tnd 'i colony of Monday, it did not mar tho pleasure Thi.oi4 M4H..r..i hy tho allusion to tho Earl or HunU coatulns a flourishing A who aro carving JoHTTS "J?.Sd"1'.r ington, ho professed his love for Fairyland. but added excitement. Moreover, Mirlin a kigh mlaritJ Lady Marian, and declared that sho farms out of tho wllderneaa and turnIrtMlltoa.lMploiuft ftMi Wherever la love nnd loyalty, great It prolonged the visit until Monday ing the Umber Into lumber and paly HieUl lkurw for (lov purioses nnd lofty souls, even though afternoon, when tho dignlflod Seriiuivut frUiiiriuy nirat. was tho ideal of his dreams. Marian wood. i ULlUfUO. OK IDHMI I at first hesitalod, but finally her own In a hovel, there Is Fulryland. CrfeluatiM. llptfliiu)itliu. niors trudged homo through tho nKPAItTMKVT FOIt i.AIIK,unJMU..iwr. mud. Uul of l.1i larloi. 1'JU 1441m tlaaiiK Ihl. heart led her Ifl acknowledge that b ioa. Cm4 tMrtlcutan. ftUJrMa A maintenance dollar in timo preLast, but by no means least, camo WILBUR St. lrM buaM. for UXJNQTON, KY, sho in turn loved Ilobiu. SMITH After theso developments Robin vents repairs that cost nine. x,, -be-preell i j ,. ., arch-enem- ' i- a i 1 1 Bi-- M- .,. ,",,7"' ess w are ...... ... Vu 'J" over-crowd- - cal s s.u .a. lo "d Imrd-i.iml- !if t,, d : on tt-pla- co yt-ar- j J j. BBS Fitz-walt- er. s. re, an t French-Canadian- H Mny 2.1, IMfl. TUB CITIZEN Paga Thrco. &EREA SUMMER SCHOOL EIGHT WEEKS MANAGEMENT JUNE 6 TO AUGUST 1, 1918 MATHEMATICS Tlio Summer School is now In charge of Dean McAllister assisted by several oilier of Uio regular instructors In different departments of Uorca. Dcginnfng with the 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 the conduct of tho students of tho Summer School, and of all other students who may remain In Berea during the summer. (Students wlio reside at their own homes during tho summer will not ho under tho direct supervision of tho Summer Regent unless they engage In work for tho College.) During tho remaining time of tho summer vacation the Summer Ilegcnt will bo in charge. elementary school, tittle principle! ind approved praetteea of teaching each subject will 1) considered In addition to a discussion of the essential function and. proper content of the course to tie (Wen In each. Kendall and Mlrltk'i: How To Teach The Fundamental Subjects. 1 hour a per week. Normal Credit, one-haunit. I. Method of Study. This coune treata of th factors of study, alio Mack Inr how to itudjr. Pupils taking this course are eipecled to apply the principles dlicuned, thin using; their knowledge n fast aa It Is acquired. The course Is valuable to any student, whether planning to teach or not. 18 hours per week. College credit, unit. one-ha- 1. Matbod In Education. Fundamental principles of clasa teaching from the pysehologlcal and social point of view. Conditions of development, spirit of the schoot room, kind of lessons, conduct of a recitation, leason units, methods of study, etc. Observation and discussion of lessons In tae primary snd elementary schools, applying these to principles studied, 'preparation of lesson plans cirmpllfylng principles, etc. College credit, one-hal- f unit. I hours per wtsk. t. Algsbra. The roundatlon of Algebra, through quadratic equations. Academy or Normal credit, one unit. le hours ptr weak, e, d. Plana Oaomatry. Books Academy or Normal credit, one unit. it hours per weak, a, t. Advanced Algebra. This course continues the work of course a, b uutc, auu prepares ior mv uonrge mainemsucs. Academy or Normal credit, one unit. it hours per weak. I. tout Oeomatry. Prerequisite, Dane Geometry. college credit, one-hal- f unit. 8 hours per weak. I. Trigonometry. College credit, one-ha8 bours par weak. unit. a, SCIENCE COURSES Biology. A study or the fundamental facts related to life structures and processes, as found In both plants and animals, followed by consideration or lire forms and adaptations. Especial emphasis Is placed upon the local lire types. Tho text Is supplemented by lectures, laboratory exercises and rield excursions. Hunter: Civic Biology, Laboratory ree, M cents. Academy or Normal credit, one-ha8 hours per weak. unit. N43. Physical Geography. To a close study or the text Is added two hours per week or field or laboratory work. Special emphasis Is placed upon the formation and preservation or soil, the relation or forests to erosion, the lawa governing weather conditions, and the relation or all of these factors to human lire and social development. Dryer: Physical, Commercial and Iteglonal Geography. Academy or Normal credit, one-ha8 hours per week, unit. c, d. Physics. A beginning course In Physics designed to acquaint the student with all the fundamental principles or Physics. I. General Mechanics and Heat. S. Electricity and Magnetism. S. Sound and Light; tbelr nature, cause and practical application. Laboratory ree, 83.00. MUUkan and Oala: Introduction to Physics. 18 bours per weak. Academy or Normal credit, one unit. NH. I.. Educational Psychology. This course treats of the results of eiperl-mentpsychology as applied to the problems of the school room. Prere-(Tilslt- e, an elementary course In Psychology. College credit, one-hal- f unit. I hours psr weak. REGULATIONS ENGLISH e. The Merchant or Venice, Washington's rarewell Address, Webster's Bunker Hill Oration, Lincoln's Cooper Institute Speech. 8 hours per week. Academy r rormal credit, one-haunit. d. Julius Caesar, Macaulay'a Life of Johnson, selected poems of Oray and Burns. 8 hours per walk. Academy or Normal credit, one-ha- lf unit. English Composition. An elementary course designed to develop H4a. Special within the pupil the power or simple, strong and direct axpresslon. attention to spelling and punctuation. one-hai- r 8 hours per week. Normal credit, unit. Tho regulations of tho Summer school arc the samo as thoso of tho regular term tlmo. Students In town will observe the rules of the Students' Manual. 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 a general assembly (somo cntortoinmont) each Tuesday night at 7:30. All students Tho School shall conllnuo eight weeks and tho work dono in it may count for ono unit in College, Normal, Academy, or Vocational Departments or two half units. Ono hundred and twenty-eighours in tho Summer School aro accounted equihours of. term time. valent to tho ono hundred and forty-foht ur A student taking a unit of work in tho Summer School may do offlco work up to eighteen hours a week or manual labor up to twenty-fohours per week. ur Is. English Literature. An Introductory course In English Literature. The aim or this course Is to give a general survey or English Literature, with mure regard to content than chronology; discussing the greater works and the most Important elements In the form and technique or poetry. The curpose throughout being to help the atudent to an Intelligent appreciation and genuine enjoyment or literature. Manley: English Prose and Poetry. 8 hours per week. College Credit, one-haunit. SPECIAL FEATURES In addition to the regular courses, there will bo various entertainments and social occasions among which are the following: 1. No student shall attend any class in tho Summer School unless ho has been regularly assigned. All bills must bo paid In and vocabulary; practice In French conversation; composition; reading of easj 'elections of French prose. 16 hours per week. College credit, one unit'. ,. Fimcb.-Klcme- nts TRENCH of French Grammar; drill In pronunciation 2. 3. 4. 5. G. Doctor and Mrs. Roberts Lawn Feto Dean McAllister Tho Art of Study President Frost Mrs. Peck and Mr. Rigby Songs and Violin Moving pictures Professor Hunt Mr. Livingood Moonlight Walk wmmm a " -- A Li kkwww: THOS. J. OSBORNE MISS SPERRY Treasurer Supt. Boarding Dept. MM Til V 1 DR. ROBERTS College Preacher MISS HAFER Assistant Registrar COURSES Classes will be organized for work in tho following coune, pro vided as many as five student apply for admission to aucb da AGRICULTURE (Soils). Text book work three bours per weak on the vb. Agronomy. physical and chemical composition or soils with special empbasU on the nature or mountain soils, bringing out the effects or washing and showing what fertllltrra are best adapted to the various soils. Laboratory two boura oar week with practice In testing soils for acidity, effects or drainage and Whilson and Walster: Soils and Boll Fertility. lack or elements, One-hai- r 8 bours per week. unit. (Tarm Crops). Text book work three boura par weak vc. Agronomy. on the adaptation or crops to soils and aeasons; study or rotation, seeding, Ullage and barvestlng or various farm cropa adapted to the Southern MounLaboratory vork two hours per week with experiments on crop tains. growing, the adaptation or various crops to different soils and the effecta or liming, drainage and fertilizing with special emphasis on the leguminous elants. Wilson and Warburtons Field Crops. One-hai- r 8 bours per week. unit. Va, GREEK I, I. Oreek. Orammattcal elements and first reading; tha commcn forms, Idioms and construction; one book of Xenopbon's Anabasis. 16 boura per weak. College credit, one unit. HISTORY a, b. Ancient History. Outline of Ancient History with special emphasis upon the development of Institutions In Greece and Home. 18 hours per week. Academy or Normal credit, one unit. e, d. English History. From the earliest period to modern times, with special emphasis upon present conditions. 16 bours per week. Academy or Normal credit, one unit. a, f. American Blstory. Special emphasis problems or American lire. Academy or Normal credit, one unit. will be placed upon 16 EXPENSES Tuition Fee, for eight points or one unit f Tuition Fee, for four points or unit Hospital Fee, for Boarding Students Board, and Room, eight weeks one-hal- $10.00 5.00 1.00 20.00 Women $18.00 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 For further information, or friendly advice, addreas MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Secretary. Berea, Kentucky. DIETETIC "A SUGGESTIONS good like a hours per weak. ta. English History. A study or the lire and Institutions or the English people, with special reference to the constitutional, Industrial and social deelopment. College Credit, 8 hours per week. unit. one-ha- b. A course Credit, one-hai- r BLACKSMITHING for beginners. 16 hours per week (double periods). unit. CARPENTRY HOME SCIENCE Clothing, va, vb, vc. Plain Sewing. Hand and machine sewing as applied to making or under garments. Darning, patching and repairing of garments. Use or commercial patterns, making or wash shirt waist suit. 16 bours per week (double periods), Credit, one-haunit. rood, va, vb, vc. Plain Cooking. The composition or the various common foods, their values to tho human body and scientific. methods of preparation. The efficient planning, preparation and serving of simple, attractive and economically balanced meals. 16 bours per week (double periods). Credit, one-ha- lf unit. Borne Science, Mt. Teachers Course In Practical Arts This course Is not Intended to give vocational training, but to outline and Illustrate such work as should be given to rural school pupils. The rural teacber Is expected to give Instruction In the Industry or both men and women. The members or the class will do the things that are planned for the children In the elementary achools, and be taught how to teach these manual arts with the best effect. The work will Include carpentry, painting and decorating, cement work, simple weaving on frame or desk loom, home science and homo nursing., One-ha16 hours per week (double periods). unit. merry heart doeth Va, A practical course In the care and use of tools. Credit, one-bsunit. it hours par weak (double periods). b.-- COMMERCIAL BRANCHES courses will be offered In ilookkeeplng, Shorthand and Typewriting. Our success In the war depends larger unon the eltici-encof our business organizations. The Army Is callitiii tens of thousands of stenographers, typewriters, anil bookkeepers from their Kallroails, Coal Mines positions. The Civil Service needs thousands. ami Factories are needing office workers. These places must be filled or our armies In the field cannot tight. Aa u patriotic duty, young men under military age and young women who have any liking or The Summer fitness for a business career should take these courses. School is your opportunity, Intensive Va, Vb, Mackaalcst Drawing. unit. Credit, ooe-bs- jr DRAWING Projections, developments. 8 boura par weak. LATIN i. t. rreskmaa Latin. Da Senectute, Da Amlcltla, and selections llvy, 16 hour ar College credit, one untt. ery or forms and principles or syntax, a, b. Beginning much dally drill in applying the same In oral and written aentencas. Academy or Normal credit, one untt. It boura par , d. Caesar.-Uo- okt MV; review or syntax) Latin composition. Academy or Normal credit, one unit. It bours per Lstln.-Mast- trosa weak. with weak. EDUCATION kit. fundamental course calculated A ot Teaching the Cesuaoa Braaakas. Principles to develop skill In teaching the common subject of tha medicine." Try to mako everybody glad Hint you meet. Avoid Talking or Thinking about Your Symptoms. Food must bo well relished in order to bo well digested. Make tlio sirnplo foods your first choice. ld diet is tho least A likely to causo Fletcherlze. Chow your food as long as it will remain in your mouth. "If you tasto your food before vou swallow it. you will not havo to tasto it afterwards." Condiment) Uso salt sparingly. should bo wholly discarded becauso they irritato tho stomach, tending to produco gastrio and intestinal low-prolcauto-toxlcatl- aro natural sweets. Endeavor to cat somo raw foods daily in tho form of green garden truck, fruits, nuts or salads. They contain "vitamines." Do not cat morsels bolween meals. Deep breathing improves tho digestion. Practice it frequently during tho day. More dio of air starvation than food starvation. Worry kills. Uopo inspires. God who mado us is willing to tako caro of us. CHEER UP. Good food combinations: Grains, fruits, and nuts; grains with milk; grains with eggs; grains with vegetables. as: Avoid such combinations Sugar with milk; milk with vegetables; fruit with vegetables; foods cooked or baked with fat; acids, fruits, and milk. Optimistic Thought. Time never fultx to 'brine every e ultetl reputation to a strict strutlny. or tte Dean ot tha College, arrangeaaaol B. ly special permission may be made by which College crtdlt will be allowed ror course ta ducaUon, M4 and Net. Uso cano sugar in moderation. Malt honey, sweet fruits and honey catarrh. ueak. Pago Four. THE CITIZEN Kvcroll Stafford nntl Snrn Davis were among llioso who loft Monday evening fur Camp Taylor. Miss Mabel Jones, of Danville.' spent Sunday hero with her broth- or. Kstlll Jones, and family. Mrs. K. 11. Gotidy Ipft (he ITIh for n visit in Iloston, Mass. . ! .1 I If .. flt.nt. iimn, I., 'i I. I.viii.ui II.., x.l tin viuriii tuf 1 Mny RED CROSS 2.1, lOlfi. DRIVE Tuesday iiluht was n red IpIIpp ncrnslon for Iho American Hod Cross in Herea. A fair rrowil ramp out and piijoypd Hip inovliiK pictures Report of the condition of the Hcrca National Dank at Ucrca in the followed by I.lpulenant MpArllmr, state of Kentucky, at the close of business on .May 10, 1918. NEWS OP DRRBA AND VICINITY, OATHKRKD FROM A VARIETY OP SOURCES . of Camp Taylor, who gave some RESOURCKS loading farts in regard to Iho ana Discounts (notes held In bank) H66.387.71 Loans , I. i.-- ..1 i.ross worn m mini. mMim. nun 136. 4 ,h' Ml-Jdeposited' ciirc dotation ',r,l,tu,r 5;5.ooo.oo S. For Sale: Household goods, bu- - ed off i1'",?81? S,M;,lna?'' lat Tm IT pictured .'I' urgent u. s. boJs ccrtiflcatcJ of indebtedness reau, chlftonccr, rocking chair, week nun made n liioroiwh insnec- - for Anier Iran solders In France niul . 35,000,00 'L Rt desk, piano, art squaro and crex tion of the school plant. It was his the victories won by the Germans,1 r iL n.,.u m.7j rug, H. R. Phalcn, Bcrea, Ky. second visit within the last decade and the great possibility of the Al- -; P:iymets actually' made on Liberty Bondi . . 150 13,900.00 ,d. He gave a very interesting talk at lies losing out entirely, if relief and1 . P p.n. nf .nlnerintionl 1,800.00 Berea, Ky. Bank & Trait Bldg. Misses Mary and Florence Tatum the Union prayer meeting Thursday help does not pome from America al Value of banking house 3,000.00 were in Georgetown last week. night. once, from his point of view. ; 100,00 Furniture John Buck,' of Ginrlnnati, was Mrs. George Pow entertained Mrs. The result of Ihe meelinir flnnn- - r...i..i and fixtures ti.-- i. 1 0 j, 000. 00 here the (Irst of the week visiting Lou Hanson Julia Pearl Hanson, and cnly was $1,700.00, and many ofthoj Cas, in vault and net amounts due from national banks Jack Carduff Sunday to luncheon. friends. . citizens not vet having had an on- - rt v. .1 i i, i,,w 748.K1 Scientific horse shoeing, fine iron George W. Johnson, who hasbeen Orovcr Bowling is repairs of all descriptions stationed nt Camp Taylor, stopped sick at Camp Shelby, reported quite portunity to arrange their pledges. Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer and due from U. S. work and Miss. Berea must go over the lop in this .Treasurer at the College Hlacksmlth Shop here for n few hours on his way to Sill0.00 Miss Lillle A. Moore writes that drive as in nil other undertakings. . ,. . . , . .... .. ! Total Main Street, north of The Citizen - pun ...I. 5358.599- - 5 I. .1 win-r11 ne ...111 sail ui-- sue is (loilgiiliuuy situated in IT., win ad mere. Office. LIAHILITIKS M. t.owovs rust r huiurniim- - near Horn Mr. .louuson is ill t ie MicifPTTBnmri t 'JJjJOOO.OO C. A. work. River. Qreeon. where she is sur-- 1 Tun iwimtinr iwM unrfcora ilia. -- ltal stock paid in 34,500.00 " L. & N. TIME TABLE roundod by IIpIiIs of strnwlterrie oovr tlio joys of married lifo in ?,ur)..s llmliviffort tr . ,y j ford's house on Jackson street, Berea, Ky. and beautiful orchards. war time SergL Ilnrold Harketl.i J,473-i- ' current expenses, Interest, taxes paid.... 4,444.05 Noel Mitchell left Monday for (In effect May II. 19W former nsstanl to Treasurer Os-Knoxville, Tenn., and North Caro 15.000.00 FOR SALE North Bound borne, and Miss Anna Powell, super- -, ?r,c.u!Vin.g ,no,cs. 0U,s!a"l,iS ; . IIIUIVIUUBI UCpOSIlS SUUICCt IO CIICCK I1U,UU4'74 No. 32, Leaves 0:53 p.m. lina. Two tennis rackets at a bargain. inlendent of the College hospitnl. Other time deposits 131,961,00 ad-Augustus, Jr.. the nine year old No. 38, Leaves 1:17 p.m. Mrs. W. O. Best. The wedding took place in Trinity son of Rev. and Mrs. Hamilton, is Total Contingent Liabilities No. 31, Leaves 3:53 a.m. $358,599.15 Methodist Church, San Antonio, Tex-n- s, nt the Children's Hospital in LouisSouth Bound FOR SALE May llth, nt 8 p.m.; the Rev. State of Kentucky, County of Madison, tt: ville, undergoing treatment for his No. 33, Leaves 12:03 p.m. Canned beans, corn and tomatoes; Harry C. l.owery officiated. A numI, J. L. Gty, Cashier of the above-name- d bank, do solemnly swear eyes and nerves. Hcis improving, 5c per qt in tin. Lizzie Bogie. ber of Y. M. C. A. secretaries were that the above 1:04 p.m. No. 37, Leaves statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. (Ad-1No. 31, Leaves 12:12 a.m. and will probably be able to come Bcrea, Ky present to witness the ceremony. J. L. Gay, Cashier. Note: No. 33, the fast train, will Home tne latter part of July. Sergt. Hackett is now in the 213rd Subscribed and sworn to before me this 15th day of May, 1918. II. K. Bingham left for Red Wood, Unr.ap stop for passengers from North of wt.nwi for ucnmiiHTg Aero Service Squadron, Kelly Field W. II. Waldcn, Notary Public. nss., wnere lie ano itoi. fliarsu Cincinnati, 0., or for South of Knox 'tSncnp Pleli?i fop flfinnlnir nnil No. 2. San Antonio, Tex- - and is do- - My commission expires Jan. 19, 1910. Jiavo purchassed the Haynes Bluff Preserving" ville, Tenn. fplcndid service Mrs. Hackett Blanks .for Salo.-2- 5ib inf plantation. per 100; $1.00 for 500. All grocers returned to her duties at the Hos Correct Attest: J. J. Hranaman, I. C. Coyle, John W. Welch, Directors. Mrs. Tom Taylor is seriously ill We SELL hats and sell them right, will need these. Berea Collego pital Saturday, the 18th, leaving her ad, al her home. Mrs. Laura Jones. husband on Thursday laL after on- -; (Ad-4Press, Berea, Ky. NEGRO EDUCATOR THE SERVICE FLAG OF THE UNION Mr. nnd Mrs. Edgar Wyatt, Mr, Mr. and Mrs. It. N. Mitchell o ly n few d,vs of wedded life. Their POPULAR PASSES AWAY High Point. N. C. and Mr. J. rtoarh and Mrs. W. II. Bower and sons, CHURCH many Berea friends congratulate, FOR SALE Prof. A. W. Titus, a former citizen of Tennessee spent Sunday with Mr, William and Marion, were on the them anil wish for them n happy 'Ml III III.' HUH II1IIK MTVIIT Jl 111131 baturday stock of Ladies and Gents' Fur union in home life when the war a"l praduale of Berea College Nor-uxand Mrs. Buster Maupin; also Mr, Kentucky river at n,aJ Department in I87H, passed ciiion i.uurrii lasi Miiiuay a iieauit-- f nlshings. including store fixtures. and Mrs. P. B. Terrill, of Richmond, llsliing. D. M. Click left Saturday morninc and n fine store room situated on away at his post of duty while serv- - til Service Flag was presented in and Mr. and Mrs. V. .1. Talum and ing his own in the capacity of sir behair or The Woman's Christian for an extended trip through Indi- - Main St.. Berea. Kv which can bd daughter of Berea. PUBLIC NOTICE nerinlendeiit of the Colored OrnlmnV Association by Mrs. T. J. Oborno Owing to a delay President and ana. Illinois, and Virginia. rented by purchaser of stock. A William Brannaman. first .tnick splendid opportunity for a live bus- - Construction work on the Scaf-nm- e. Mrs. Frost, who were to arrive yes of Lexington, where he did in the following words: "In behalf of the Woman's Chrismade it im- -j excellent service for several years. terday, will not arrive till Friday, operator at tue 1.. & . station, lemjness This stock must go at once.!'0''1 0,1,0 ,mi They will he nrcompanied by Miss S'unday for Cincinnati, O.. and Fal C. B. Moore, Berea. Ky. (Ad-iPracurnme to travel tue roau, no- - His ionlli came suddenly; it i said tian Association, 4 present this sermouth on a business trip. itice is Hereby, given that this roadlrnm prj0r on account or an alleged vice flat? to the Church, and in doAnna Smith. will he closed temporarily from this' rharge or disloyalty to his country. ing so, we honor the young men. Willie Ritter, of Whites Station. Mrs. Talitha Powell and daughter TRUE COYLE IN FRANCE members of this church, who have date from a point on said road at' The charge had no foundation Mrs. Chas. Ferrill, of Hodgesville, left Monday for Camp Taylor. letter has been received by the Countv line of Madison County r, irilini? In (lie liwtinmnirw nf llinse given themselves to their country'i Mrs. Phamey Davis returned are visiting friends and relatives for home Tuesday from a visit in nor Mr. and Mrs. It. R. Coyle from their, nnd Rockcastle County in a norlher-- ! who were intimately associated service. a few days. son. True, who said he had safely ly direction to Hie southern termi-JWi- th In the camps from the Lakes to McConnell, of the Academy thern Kentucky him in his work. On account Joshua the Gulf, and from the far interior J. O. Bowman leaves this week, arrived in France. He was not al mis of the SealTold Cane turnpike. Department, who was called to his the suddenness or his death so home in Keokee, Va., on account of and will be stationed at Ft. Thomas. lowed to tell the battnlion in which said distance so closed being about thought it was the result of poison; of the country to the Atlantic, they Edgar Wyatt was in Paris Friday he is. and described the peoplo nnd one nnd miles. hut an nulopsy on his !H- - was are training for the .struggle. On the seriousness illness of his moth country. He is enlisted in the hand, This road will be closed only nn(j no lra(.0 wns ships of our navy they can be er, is in school again. His mother 011 business. f ,,( William Hanson was in town Sat which in battle is a section of the long ns is nblutely necessary in found, and his death was pronounc-th- o found and "somewhere in France." is much improved in health. Hospital Corps. even now the lives of somo are in construction of tho new road,( wholly a natural one. C. T. Lark, instructor in the Acad urday. II. C Woolfe, of Winchester, was and will be reopened to the travel emy Department, went to Louisville His remains were brought to He- Jeopardy. We must, we do, stand ns soon as the new road can be usedroa for interment on Thursday, the behind them to encourage them by Tuesday, to take examination for nero Saturday. PATRIOTIC PROGRAM R. O. Bowman will be stationed with safety. As it is impracticable; 10th. in the Herea Cenielivry. A our prayers, by our celf denials entering the Navy. A patriotic program is to be giv great expense to open a short service was held at the grave and in giving loving sympathy to E. II. Muncy and wife and Miss at Camp Jackson. S. C. en y the School on without MyrJIe Baker of Richmond were itoi. and .Mrs. uodge nave en .Tl.ni '. iOin in llin rVillnrm Tnhop. temporary road in the immediate, j(V Dr. Henon II. Roberts of the the fathers and mothers whoso sons joyed their visit with Wallace A. nnoi vicinity an parlies who onuoari-here Sunday visiting relatives. n.n ni.inf union Church Robert H. Royston they nre. nf fl,,(,rs w,,ftand James S. Hathaway also spoke I reod a sermon recently from W. II. Bower returned to his home Battle and his great institution, anJ are: 'a patriotic Play. "MakinK thei"SP tl'3.ro"l a"'1 this text: "They that are wise shall I., nrieuy, imiu an mum. in- - n"-iniiilast Thursday from a trip to Aber Llvin Matheny of Okalona. and ho ,,, , Pcenp, frnm c , Lif(t inmay be interested are 1. many Bereans of Aberdeen. Miss. Boones Gap Road on the; with Mr. Titus, of his character and shine as the firmament nnd they deen and West Point, Miss. XabIeau; Mi,i(arv Dri. Flag Drill .letour via he audience at the commence- Miss Fannie Bowles left here SatTllis win beWcsl and by t he most convenient work, ami especially of the place he that turn many to righteousness anJ Patriolil ,m found in tho hearts of so many as the stars for ever and ever. The urday morning for her liomc at ment exercises where Prof. Dodge worth your timo as all exercises road on the East of SealTold Cane. Idamay. Miss Bowles was one of spoke was by far the largest audi given by the Foundation students J. G. Baxter, writer says that this is prophecy with whom he was associated. enpp they ever had; hundreds not County Road Engineer Mr. Titus leaves a wife ami six and that is the service flag of (ho our Graded School teachers. are. Don't forget the date Tues1018. children nnd a host of friends here, Bible. It is taken from n chapter Jack Carduff left hero Monday for being able to find seats day. June 1, 1018. nt 1:30 p.m.. Col Richmond, Kentucky, May 15,(Ad-1Horace B. Jones spent the week lege Tabernacle. telling of last thinifs and we are Ft. Leavenworth. Kansas. Mr. Car- ns well ns al Lexington. Captain R. II. Fitzhugh, a bene- now entering this era. He goes on duff enlisted in the Wireless Scrv end in Winchester Avith his uncle, William Hanson, and family ice. factor of the work in which Mr. to say that lie believes our soldiers "ONLY TWO MORE GAMES" .Mrs. Nettie Wyatt, who has been BEREA BOYS IN LARGE BAND Mrs. Mamie Jones was taken tn Titus was eiiKaged ami n loyal friend are the embattled stars of Daniel's All this year an interesting match of the colored people, said: "In tho vision. They that are stars shall Word has been received from the tho Collego Hospital Saturday morn visiting relatives and friends here, has returned to her home in Lex Berea boys in the H9th Inf. Band has been going on between the sudden passing of Prof. Titus tho shine. Each star Is a soldier. Stars ing. that they have been united with the Christian Endeavor Society and "Old community has lost one of its be.--t have long been used as emblems Albert Scruggs. John Muncy and ington, i(ivni ronr,.,i Piii,(.s rest of the bands of the 38th Divis- Nick" himself. This series is nowi,.,,, Mr. Kidd went fishing last Friday of nations, countries and states, but .. number never havo they been jilaced in ion, in order to give concerts. This nearing its end, with only two morel .avt, ijnow hi,,, at Boonesboro. has been brought games to lie played. I ho spectators ()f voar3 aIll in aj u,at lum j ,ave the starry Held of a national Hag tc consolidation Lieut. Ralph Hudspeth, who has about thru the efforts or tho Y. M.who have stood by the game thus m,:(,r .ow ,j,n tn commit an act tepresent men. He does not think just recovered from a serious i C A. in order to give concerts, thefar will not leave the field till thojnor ul((.r a wor, ness, was visiting his parents, Mr. (ial WouM plnc-- i this rame by chance, but is a strikvictory is won. Next Sunday even-- l jm ., any proceeds to boost tho Red Cross. and Mrs. Hudspeth. He returned tlan tnal ing examplo of the harmony bei1,,i,nal nnti,)nr,i lovnltv nnd tween tho work of man nnd tho The leadershin of the band, in, ing too umpire will lie Mr. 11. .1. nr to his station at Camp Taylor Sun which there are 250 pieces, will be Christopher, who will speak to usi .,ors,mai frimwishio. Personally. I plan of his Maker. day. Raymon T. Johnson, of tho Col divided between the individual band on some rules of the game. Are you Ln Pon.jol,s r having lost in Ips The emblem was born in tho .. rp.,i nllli i,ivt.d friend. lego Department, left Tuesday to leaders. J. Paul Edwards, of this interested in the game? If so. cornel heart of a father who wished to place, is tho leader of the liOlh early enough to receive a good seat.lHi)t w( trained wife and children linv-il kmiu'll llinl Ills lun sons take the examination for enlistment There was a good display or team havp my It is said that this band is Band. syfnpalliy. in tho Navy. He went to Louisville were away in the service of their probably the largest of its kind in work at the meeting of May the and will return in n few days. Thn many friends at Berea extend country and which would alo hi niiieieeniii. uie delegates iron. lo t,P iK.rrav,d like sympathy the country. Mrs. Laura, Oabbard was quiln to their mother a visible sign of Iho covincton gave snort nut interestsick at tho first of tho week. sacrillce her sons wero making. ing reports of the convention. They Miss May Harrison arrived last DEPARTMENT AGAIN ASKS Our boys go in the causo of rightRED CROSS PARADE brought back many new ideas which NAVY conquest, empire or Friday from Fairfax, S'. Dakota, parade Saturday should be or value lo us in our DELETION OF SHIPPING NEWS eousness, not The Red Cross where she has been teaching this defense is the word of amusement, All newspapers have again been afternoon was an attractive display future work. Wo thank them for year. She was accompanied by Miss but it is Righteousness. Could there of patriolio decorations. The Berea the new convention song, "C. E, urged by the Navy Department, suAmy Myron of Volin, S. Dakota, who through the Committee on Public be a more inspiring word for pro Will Shine Navy League girls headed tho which our will be her guest for some timo. preme dedication? In this service, to discontinue tho Information, cession having chartered Tor tho s'ciety rnllies singing, Mr. and Mrs. John Ualos am publication of news items and ad- our boys have gone. May God bless time the college truck which wns spending several days with their I n n J I n aI t nl at vertisements which may in nny de- them. ,...u..I UU...U...... .Initnnn itI ftn CHURCH NrWS daughter, Mrs. S. R. Combs, at Lex gree indicate the location or moveington. . I III "I liM- - 1 iiiuit) wnn ment of vessels. mobiles dressed up Tor Don't argue about good roads! Get the 0f the sermon Mr. and Mrs. George Bratcher of This notice has not been issued busy and build 'em. with boosters accompanied . ,,plt.c were the guests of Mi Louisville because of new circumstances enby the College Band, while tho Boy ei' attention from n full bouse. nnd Mrs. G. II Porter last week. ... . Scouts brought up tho rear, parad . .... r .i... dangering ocenu shipping none lias .i rt large niK'initiiii'C Many people will remember Mrs. ed tho streets of Berea to the strains greeted the various in .airn at a arisen hut because it is it'll mat OLD FALSE TEETH WANTED Tho wife and kiddles speakers Bratcher as Miss Artio Porter, a voluntary censorship has not yet It was a successful DON'T MATTER IF BROKEN. of band music. y meeting. will enjoy a change from most successful former Berea student of the Acad opening of the campaign which I'roL Robertson's spirited address achieved the fullest measure of We pay up to IS dollars per set. Also emy Department. the monotony of home will ho shown n littlo later by tho on tho war received marked atten essential secrecy in the protection cash for Old Gold, Silver and broken by return mall. Miss Virginia F.uglc, of thn results of tho drivo "Over tho Top." tion. Messrs. Knight, Hudson, Bur- of merchant shipping. The notice Jewelry, Check sent sender's approval cooked meal. So why Goods Department, was nt her homo nsks that all references to names of of our held 10 days (or Tooth Speciality, offer. Maicr.s gess niul Doctor Roberts wero tho ships, not suggeit comlqg here nl McKce for a short timo last week dates of sailing and arrival, Dept. A, 2007 S. 5th. St., Philadelphia, Pa. other speakers. Miss Fox is cer- information of routes, schedules, WHEN PEACE COMES for Sunday dinner? Miss Jesslo Smith was in CincinSome day peace will come. Thou tainly doing n marked work. cargoes, location nnd movement of nati at tho first of tho week. No worry, no delays, no sands millions of mon will sud ships bo deleted from news and adEverett Stafford has been called Al High Point, whero Mr. Hart has vertising copy. denly bo thrown back again into dishes to wash Just F. L. MOORE'S to the eolors and left Berea Tueslargo civil life. Consider tho vastnoss of organized n Sunday-schoo- l, day for camp. sit down to a delightful, reported, tho readjustment that will bo nec attendauco is Wm. J. Crouch, graduato of Acadessary, I.00K liacK at 1110 periou 01 wholesome, satisfying ' emy olass of '10, now in Brown Unior reconstruction nfter our own Civil "What more can tho church do meal, served In a way versity, camo ti Berea, Tuesday, Bourbon Poultry Remedy War. Preparo for this now period lo help the soldiers," is tho topic FOR . for a few days visit. Ho is enrouto mWv. CURES meeting, Thursthat all will like. of reconstruction. Tho day or reckon for tho uild-weto Louisvlllo whero ho will enlist First Claas Repairing . T uiuiv (it ,1111 ing is bound to come. Begin to day, 7:30. drinking water cun-in tho Navy. Moderate prices, too. save now. inriu is inn neon 01 miiruenUblUi AND aiirriioua.cnow'ra ami other cnlcic Mrs. J. W. Fowler and family Tho services at Harts called out Hit present, tho hopo of tho future. ilUeuM-n- . Ono KVont boUIn make 11 callous ot mwllclne. At - a full house last Sunday. This is Fin Line of Jewelry wish to thank tho friends for their Liberty Loan Bonds, War bavuxtiialu. Valu sympathy and loral offerings in nbleluultry book froo 011 rumtU Next Sunday thorn Intts. tho safest securities tn tno encouraging. HHHI ItKIT Cg.,lulitM,t. y their late bereavement in the loss Berea meeting with for tho will bo an Kentucky world, are a wise provision BEREA, KY. Porter-Moor- e Drug Co. MAIN ST. of husband and father. noon fellowship dinner at this place. Sold by uay peaco conws. LOCAL PAGE Berea National Bank ,,, 1 . v. Dean & Stafford REAL ESTATE :i,, ' c,t t.'.,ii orL Best Blacksmithing .i.i 1 ,r,i e 1 14 ' r j-- L. 1 7) 0) or. yc 8) ir one-quart- er so,( (,,ir, 1 8; fr ,., ot,r ., t." A Treat 1 for the Family .'. ,,,. Pas-load- ed 1 all-da- ad-4- i.BT f K 11 . OneDrop Jewelry Store a ek Scales' Restaurant 1 ,APFS all-da- $100 in Education Equals $1,000 in Land. May 23, I1HH. THE CITIZEN years nod ten; nearly a fourth of tlm deaths that occur nt all ages are LOAN EXCEEDS those of hnhles under five. ey, Inhor, and nmlerinls, which can FOUR BILLIONS only result in credit and price in- -j llation and higher costs of living, is saving. Tlie welglilng and measuring lest All Districts Oversubscribe, Minis giving thousands of communities neapolis Leading With 172 in the United States opportunity lol llnd out whelher their children nro Per Cent of Quota. well horn nnd well enred for. Weight and height nre n rough index of the health or the growing MOST SUCCESSFUL CAMPAIGN child, nnd the test will show Individual parents and communities Just how each child compares with work will Great Result Achieved Notwithstandthe average. Follow-u- p ing Country Hat Been Called Up. he planned to 111 the needs shown hy on to Pay Income and Excels the test, anil will continue throughProfits Taxes. out Children's Yenr. The Human helieves that individual mothers mm WnslilliKton, Stay 20. total fathers must realize how vitally of the Third Liberty loan The Is war time conditions affect tho welnn oversubscription of 39 per fare of their children if 100.000 lives i cent nhovo the three billion minimum are to he saved during t;iiiiurens sought. The number of subscribers I Every federal Year. whs nbout 17,000,000. I reserve the district oversubscribed, Minneapolis district 17i! per cent, tho CHAIRMAN DOWNING MAKES highest, nnd tho New York district per cent, the lowest. -i FINAL APPEAL In announcing these figures the Lexington, Ky- - May 15, 1918 treasury explained tho total mny be Tin; people of Kentucky: 'io changed slightly hy luter reports from On tlm eve of the campaign for federal reserve hanks of subscriptions the raising or $100,000,000 in tlm during tho Inst days of the campaign. Most Successful Loan. United States for tlm Second Red "This Is the most successful lonn Cross YVnr Fund Cnmpnign, I want to address an appeal to you to each the United States tins offered, both In number of subscribers nnd In the and everv one or you. o - You do not need to be told or the ntnount In realized," said Secretary sub"Kvery u stnteinent. worthiness or tlm cause to which scription was made with knowledge you are asked to contribute. You do thnt nllotraent In full wns to be exnot need to be told that the sacrillro pected, unlike the tlrst nnd second you are asked to make to give to lonn, when nllotments were limited. I this fund is in no way comparable congratulate the country on this wonto the sacrifice or our hoys over derful result, Irrefutable evidence of there or or thoo men and women or the strength, pntrlotlsm and detertlm Red Cross who are serving them. mination of the American people. was achieved "This grent But I do want to mako an appeal notwithstanding result the country hns that Kentuckians, having in to you as been colled upon to pay since tho secmind the pride that we all have in ond Liberty loan Income and excess being able to say we are Kentuck- profits tnxes of approximately milking it total amount turned ians. Several months ago, when tlm Into the treasury of about $7,000,000,' $100,000,000 was being apportioned 000." The District Standings. out among the different Divisions Quota and States, tlm Lake Division, in (In millions). Kentucky is situated, was which 10T $ 180,820.350 nsked to raise $0,100,000. in that Minneapolis 202,101,050 130 budget Kentucky's quota was plac- Knnsns City lW),0S5,tXK) 130 St. Louis Indied $1,200,000. Ohio $0,100,000, DO 130.053.350 Atlanta ana $2,100,000. At at that time, be- Philadelphia 250 301.00300 115,305500 fore the campaign was opened and Dallas 80 008.878,000 155 before our noonle bad had an op Chlcng 185,000.050 170 portunity to manifest their patriot- - Itlchmond .'. 354,537.250 250 ism and with the fear on tlm part lloston 280.577.450 210 or those who were in tlm Coher- San Francisco 404.0SS.200 300 ence representing Kentucky that it Cleveland 000 1.114,030,700 this New York would not he possible to raise 17.015.150 U. S. Treasury large amount, the great Stale- or The subscriptions credited to the generously assumed the bur- treasury nre those sent direct to WashOhio den or $.'100,000 or Kentucky's allot ington. ment nnd allowed our quota to be Olllclnls explained that ono reason reduced to eiHto.000. This was ex- the total subscriptions of the second ceedingly generous on their part loan exceeded those of the third Is secand was another evidence or the that during the last days of the dewhich ond some corporations and banks, helpfulness and cooperation siring to make big purchases, doubled now seems to prevade our whole the subscriptions they actually meant people. to mnke, knowing only half of the We have an opportunity now to oversubscriptions would be tnken. show the stiilT that Kentuckians aro made of. Let us assume this $.100,-0- BILL TO REVOKE CITIZENSHIP additional. Let us, each and every one. resolve that for ourselves Gregory Drafts Measure to Penalize we will give more than wo had Disloyalty of Foreign Born 'expected to. and for our counties Precedent Not Adequate. that we will not stop until wo have Washington, May 20. A bill to mnke largoly exceeded our allotment. lis show Ohio' how sincerely disloyal utterances grounds for revokLet we appreciate their generosity by ing the citizenship of Germans or naturalized In the United Stntes matching it dollar Tor dollar. has been prepared by the department we will. We can if of Justice and soon will be Introduced Let's tin ill In congress. Otltclnls believe that the JOHN It. DOWNING. precedent set hy a United Stntes court State Manager ut Newark, N. J., In withdrawing natuon ralization from n the ground that he acted fraudulently In swearing allegiance to this country r mny not he odenunto to cover all 3 JUNE cases. $1,170,-01IMVV- ). 1$3,000,-000,000, 00 Aus-trhiOermnn-Amerlcun slm-llu- Pago Five. PROBLEM The Citizen A'Umiljr Newipaprr for ll that Is right, true, and Interesting Pnbllthwl OUR NATIONAL rry Thurxlnr lit ttm. Ky. BEREA C II. PUBLISHING Cu. Editor (Incorporftivd) WM. C. FROST. rditm-ln-ChU- f WERTENBERGEW. M.n.dni Subtcriptlon Rate PAYAIII.E IN ADVANCE One Ynr Hit Monthi Thrw Month! Pod-ofl- (t.Otl . . SS or Kipmt Monr Snd mofiy hy Irft, KrgltUr! letter, or on and two .ent lUmpi, your name on 111 thow to Th tUl whlda1)rojrftrutneripttan U pld. If It U not chawed within thm wnk( aftr rnwal notify Onlor. Our problem, says tho Federal Re serve Hoard, Is to convert less essentials Into more essential credit and to convert less essential into more essential production and distribution of goods. Tho saving of credit nnd money goes hand in hand with Ihn saving of labor nnd materials in the program of adjusting tho business of tho Nation to a war basis. Our best bopo of avoiding competition between the Govern ment and ILs citizens for credit, mon- IN OUR OWN STATE (CoDttnned from rsgs Ona) SMART PEOPLE BUY DRY GOODS FROM AND NOTIONS OWEN McKEE THERE IS A REASON! RICHMOND , KENTUCKY ut. Mining numtnn will tw (111? tiippllnl If w ar notiflad. Liberal Irrmi atvrn t an who obtain new forat. Anyone tending ua four yearly aubacfiptlona ran recelre The Cfllten free for one year. Advertising rawa on application. OF HON. JOSEPHUS STATEMENT DANIELS, SECRETARY Or THE NAVY, ON MOTHER'S DAY, MAY 12, 1918 TO MOTHER'S OF DEFENDERS DEMOCRACY OF 'Tim courage of tho mothers la I It Is always trim that the morale of a nation's soldiers and the ideals for which they fight are horn in the spiritual heroism of n nation's mothers. Let the nation join in International Prayer to all Mother's of Defenders of Democracy to cheer and strengthen them, their sons, and the nation itself to light to win the fight that must he won. "Our country sUinds boforo-lli- o world as a nation lighting for the ideals of nations, and the world knows that the mothers of America are. sending nton of ideals to the front. In that lies our strength. Faith and prayer are the two basic Mipxrts of national idealism. mdluhrdlti hrdlu mfwypfwyp ternatlonal prayer, for all mothers of democracy there are thirteen millions of them cannot hut aid every soldier in camp or trench n well as strengthen every mother nt home. Joscphus Daniels." WEIGH YOUR CHILD FOR THE GOVERNMENT test is the first feature o' ho homes is reflected liy the nf tho iiipii nt Iho front. brnv-cr- y nnd n week or more of preliminary campaigning anil advertising, the local chapter of the Red Cross of Mlddlesboro entered the big drive Monday for rnislng funds for the work with greater enthusiasm and more earnest effort than ever before. Mlddlesboro is asked for 68,000 and it is conlldently expected that ly this amount will be doubled, as every workiligman in the county will contribute ono day's work, while many of the merrhnnls and business concerns will give tho profits of one day, besides other gifts. prnc-tlcnl- The United Stntes Government holds options on sites in Louisville. nud it now seems probable that this city will be favored by tho location or the big picric acid plant soon to bo built by tho Government. Tho duPont Powder Company also is con templating building a big powder factory in Jefferson County, it is understood. Tho campaign to serve potatoes at each meal, inaugurated by Food Ad ministrator Sackett, has practically disposed of tho entire, Inst year's crop of tubers. Mr. Sackett urges no let-u- p in the consumption of potatoes that the Kentucky farmers may bn stimulated to increase Ilia acreage this year. Orders from tho War Department received at Camp Zachary Taylor definitely decide the hitherto moot ed stntus of drafted aliens. The United States has treaties with various countries regarding compulsory military service, and under these treaties the majority of aliens nt Camp Zachary Taylor will have ti: serve unless their pleas to consuls arc recognized. Louisville was thrilled to war pitch of patriotism by tho magnifi cent and unparalleled parade of the Old Red Cross workers Saturday. and young took part, soldiers at Taylor and Boy Camp Zachary Children's Year which hepan on April 0. The plans for Children's Year, prepared hy the Children's Bureau or the U. S. Department of includes activities designed to protect all children from special dangers of war time and to snvo the lives of 100.000 little children before April 0. IMS. Many of the physical derects which caused the rejection or onc-thlor the men coming up ror examination in the llrst draft are behoved to date from some slight trouble neglected in early childhood. And the Children's Bureau emphasizes the fact that a higher standard of physical Illness in the rising .'oncration can he assured only Ik greater attention l the physical condition or children. The children who survive to manhood anil womanhood with derects bear the scars of diseases, injuries, and general conditions which have proved fatal to others. Tim Infant death rate is nearly as great as that of men and women who have completed their allotted three score rd This Scouts, high school girls nnd matrons, children of i nnd G nnd women who hn'd knitted for soldiers in '61. White nnd black children from all tho schools marched and sang. Oen. Hale and Mayor Smith reviewed Hie marchers from a stand in front of Lincoln Park. Lousiville, Ky., May 12. A comprehensive plan for tho Americanization of aliens in Kentucky, has been set in motion by tho Kentucky Council of Defense, according to an announcement made at tho Exccii-liv- c Offices of tho Council. It was pointed out by tho Council that Americanization work of tho kind called for in this program is imperative as a public safety measure. It is intended, among other things, to offset the effect of Hun propaganda among the alien population. The plan, which will bo set In operation this week, includes Instruction in the English language, the inculcation of American ideals and customs, and dissemination among the aliens of correct information on the war, especially on America's position in tho war In communities where tho number of aliens is sufficiently largo to render such expedient advisable, night schools will be established for instruction in the English language. The texts used in this work will bo of n patriotic character. The alien will he taught to read and write the language, by learning to read and write patriotic slogans, reduced to primary simplicity. The plan calls, also, for noon meetings of alien employees of factories and mines, to be addressed by speakers on subjects rolating to tho war. This part of the work will aim chiefly at the correction of mis- ! tifnnfvvn I inn In cnidn nnana nlci instruction in the English language daily will be given in half-holessons (luring tho factory noon hour. In agricultural communities aliens in considerable numbers, community classes for instruction of the. kind indicated, will be conducted in school houses and other convenient places. ur ng KENTUCKY NEWS from Ptga Eight) daughter, Mrs. Walker. Tho Rev. Wm. Marcum Is holding a series of meetings nt Doe Creek. Some of the farmers who failed to test their (Continued EASTERN seed corn have begn somowliat discouraged because their corn failed to come up. Grant Tnylor has planted his crop tho third lime. Uncle J. C. Wilson of Annvillo visited relatives hero Inst week. ESTILL COUNTY Cob Hill Cob Hill, May 10. House clean- ing and corn planting are about over here. Mrs. Vlcio Rogers stayed with her mint, Mrs. Martha Oakes, of Patsey, last week. Mrs. Oakes and daughter, Gallic, have tho small pox. but are reported better. Measles have been in this neighborhood for some time; however, no new cases have developed for a Prayer meeting at Cob few days. Hill every Saturday night. Everybody invited. Brother Leggs of Torrent is expected to preacli here SundaySaturday night nnd Sunday. -school at this place is doing nicely. Sunday is "decision day." A special program is being planned. Most all young men of draft ago have been called from this place io training camps. LEE COUNTY Beattyvillo Beattyville. May 20. Circuit Court is still in session, this being the second week. The criminal docket was completed in three days and the civil docket will bo finished in n few days. Farming and oil drilling are the order of the day in this county. Twenty-eig- ht of our boys left here Sunday for Ft. Thomas, leave here next Friand thirty-on- o day for Camp Taylor. Tho first teachers' examination for this year was held here with only twelve applicants. W. C. Evans of Lower Buffalo was in town Monday on business. J. D. Kilburn of Tallega was in town the first of week. He reports business lino in his section, in way of farming, oil business, etc. MrffliM 11 M United States Tires arc 9g Tirgs 1 figramaKfl ill r l!- , r MAY 29 FORMER CZAR TO BE TRIED ROBIN HOOD AND HIS OUTLAWS The Slierifl of Nottingham Sir Guy of Gisborne Maid Marian Former Empress Court-Martlale- d of Russia to Be Family Living Nlcholns n, In Poverty. Annahell Dame Durden ' Will Scarlet Allen-a-Dal- former emperor of Kussln, according to the Loknl Anzelger of Iler-llIn will he tried by n Moscow the latter part of June. Tho trial will be secret. Tho humble circumstances In which various members of tho Honianoff family has been living on u small Crimean estnte are described In n newspaper published In Kiev, a copy of which has court-mnrtl- Amsterdam. Mny 20. been received here. Tire-buyin- g Economy FRENCH WORKERS MAKE PACT Leaders In e Little John And Forty Others Paris Districts Reach Agreement With Premier Clemenceau. Presented by tke Harmonit Society TABERNACLE Admission 15 Cents Paris, May 20. A complete- under standing has been reached between the leaders of the workers In tho Parts districts and Premier Clemenceau. At a meeting at which the questions causing unrest among the workers were discussed the leaders promised the premier they would Issue a notice calling upon the munition workers to resume work. Food for Swiss at French Port. Oenovit, May 20. Three large vessels loaded with cereals destined for Switzerland and escorted by un American wurshlp have arrived safely at a French Atlantic port, according to the Tugeblutt of Ueru. 'Chain Tread Your car must give greatcrservice this year than ever before. It speeds up your work increases your working power. Tho highest car economy lies in utmost service. The most economical tires are those which will give you greatest use of your car. That's just what United States Tires will do for you. You can depend on them for continuous service, most mileage at lowest mileage cost. Equip with United States Tires. Our nearest Sales and Service Depot dealer will be glad to assist you in selection. MAY 29 7:30 P. M. Two Performance. JUNE 3 7:30 P. M. If You Could Not Go To School During Regular Term You Should Go The Summer Term. I'n'go Six. TUB CITIZEN May 23, 1018. MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Kobert F. Spence, Farm Demonstrator and Special Investigator CORN SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG Berea's nf HOME DEPARTMENT Conducted by Miss Margaret Dirncy, Director of Home Science WHY FOOD WILL WIN THE WAR while we arc three thousand mile is pledged to sea nway from the noise of battle? Americn that German power "shall perish We shouldn't consider this ns a to-d- ay tucky for 1018. Condition of same Tho rorn prop depends upon the is plven nl ninety per cent IlYK: The acrcapo of rye. oripi OOrn sland on our Adds. There is no time lo be wasted now. If thco nally sown was 05 per rent and on isn't n pood stand, wo must pel n April 25th shows 81 per cent. Con 1st Door Vocational Schools pood sland by planting nt once. dllion is piven at 100 per cent. Training that adds to your money-aaraipower, combined with i BAULKY: Barley Is n small crop It's corn we must have and now Is general education. only time this year to pet iUi Kentucky. F.slimates on tho Slal the FOR YOUlfO MEN Agriculture, Carpentry, Bricklaying, PrintWatch Hip planled neld, and if it! nrreago for the crop In 1017 was flvi ing, Commerce and Telegraphy. doesn't como soon investipalo and thousand acres. This year's esti FOR TODNO LADIES Horoo Bflieace, Dressmaking, Cooking, males give 81 per cent originall If It requires plantinp npain, do it Nursing, Stenography and Typewriting. sown and 70 per cent 'remaining, Cultivation Stir the pround as soon as tho while the condition Is given nt 08 Door corn pets three or four inches high per cent. Foundation School OATS: The acreage of oats plan Kill weeds at first sight. Don't wait General Education for those not far advanced, combined with aomo for ten days to pass hetween culti ned is 83 per cent. vocational training. No matter what your present advancement, CORN: The seed corn question vations, hut rullivale as often as we can put you with others like yourself and give chance for has been so serious this year, In as possible. most rapid progress. much ns tho soundest looking corn Thin Corn if you are lucky with a real pood has shown poor germinntlon under Door English Academy Course stand of corn, dnn't make tho mis test in so many instances that tho For those who are not expecting to leach and who are not golag corn acreage as a whole is somcwha take that's made every year and thru College and desire more general education. It also gives leave it too thick. Be sure and thin reduced in comparison with las! the best general education for those who wish a good start in" a year. The acreage planned, how it so that every stalk will have study nnd expect to carry it on by themselves. chance to do its best and produce ever, shows 02 per cent with abou 75 per cent of plowing done May pood car of corn. a Door Normal School Do Not leave it because it looks and not much of the planting was re pood nnd you hate to pull it out ported ns having been done prior This gives the best training for those who expect to teach. to April Thin and produce corn. Courses are so arranged that young people can teach through the The condition of grasses shows as summer and fall and attend school through the winter and spring, follows: CAUSE OF SOW EATING PIGS thus earning money to keep right on in their course of study. It is. unnatural for the sow to Bluo Grass 02 per cent. Clovers Read Dinsmore's great book, "How to Teach a District School." acreage is in destroy her young and shows con 05 per cent. Alfalfa clusivelv that she is out 'or con creasing and this year shows at 00 Academy Course Door dition and suffering, and driven per cent as compared with last year This is tlie straight road to College best training in Mathematics, thereby to do this unusual act of as the condition is given at 05 per Science, Languages, History and all preparatory subjects. Tlie eating her pigs in an attempt to re cent. Soy beans are piven at 8S per cent. Academy is now Berea's largest department. lieve her condition. Live stock is generally in a thrifty This trouble is commonly brought The condition, although much less in about throucli costiveness. College Door sow. as farrowing tinv approaches, number in certain localities. This is the crown ofHhe wholo Institution, and provides standard The number of sheep as compared is inclined to be slightly feverish, courses in all advaaced subjects. which of itself checks up the bow- with last year is estimated lo be 03 To the A Temporary Raise in Board is forced by war conditions. els, and if not given relief for this per cent. The outlook for fruit is not veiy regular price of board as advertised!! the catalog will be added this trouble the fever is promoted and year, for young ladies, ten cents a week, and for young men, twenty a bad ease of constipation and high encouraging, peaches being given at cents. on the sow, and J') per cent, apples at 82 per cent, fever has its grip This adds $3.60 to the year's expenses for girls, and 17.20 for boyi in her desperation she kills her pigs pears 01 per cent, plums i per cent, cherries 01 per cent and straw but still leaves the cost half that at other schools and "cheaper than eats them. and staying at home." To prevent this condition hap berries 88 per cent. The potato PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental fee and room rent pening to the sow, an experienced acreage is given at 02 per cent Installments are as follows: always give her a lax which shows less than last years by the term, board by the half term. breeder will ativc feed for 11 f teen days previous acreage by 10 per cent. SPRING TERM Kentucky is again showing her to farrowing time, such as oil cake Expenses for Boys epsom salts, in share of patriotism in the amount meal, tankage or ACADEMY VOCATIONAL ANIl eases showing need for It. S'omo of gardens planned, not only tlie COLLEGE SCHOOLS AND NORMAL FOUNDATION success a few cracklings countrv garden but the vacant lot Incidental Fee feed with S 5.00 $ 7.00 $ COO to garden in towns is much in eviucne (from rendered lard), they seem 0.00 0.00 5.00 production Room meet the wants of the sow; these This means much in the 7.75 7.75 7.75 foregoing relief of food for home use, thereby con Board, 5 weeks aro given with tho 17.75 20.75 10.75 Amount due March 27, 1913. in serving food and shipments for the constipation. 7.75 7.75 7.75 Board 5 week, duo May I... quantities to needed centers. War As the farrowing period approach27.50 '2850 '25.50 total for 1'crm . and garden work, as suggested and out es, let tho feed be both sloppy Expenses for Girls Prof. Henry lined by tho United States Depart limited in amount. $ 0.00 5 7.00 3 5.00 Incidental Fee is common at ment of Agriculture, is one factor say9t "fl.ostivcncss COO coo 5.00 Room toward winning of this war, this time. It should be forestalled 7.25 7.25 are Board, 5 weeks Taken as a whole the farmers -) by feeding wheat bran, linseed oil 188.8.131.52 17.25 Amount duo March 27, 191 S. produce more cake, roots or the finer parts of clo- doing their utmost to 7.25 7.25 Board 5 weeks, duo May I... 75 ver or alfalfa bay and keeping the and to meet the changed conditions 2050 '2150 27i0 Total for Term .. forcing tliem in labor and production. animals out of doors, MAT S. COHEN This does not include the dollar deposit nor money for Hooks or to exercise." Commissioner of Agriculture laundry. said that in England sows It is nmtnnnlv civen four to five Special Expenses in Addition to Incidental Fee Business DEMONSTRATION ounces of epsom salts two days be EGG CANDLING Winter Waste of Eggs Unpatriotic Fall fore farrowing. 112.00 Egg specialists from the Kentucky Stenography and Typewriting 114.00 110.00 14.00 12.08 Food and Drug Department and the Bookkeeping (brief course) 10X0 CROP REPORT AS OF MAY 1, 1918 B.Ofl States Department of Agri Bookkeeping (regular course) 7.00 6.00 By State Department of Agriculture, United culture, aro scheduled to bo in Business course for students Frankfort, Ky. Richmond on June 3rd for the pur a other departments: pose of conducting a practical egg OjOO 10.80 Stenography 750 Early weather conditions show handlinc demonstration. This is Typewriting, with one hour's much dampness and cold, while the free and open to all persons in tho 7.00 5.00 use of instrument 6.00 later conditions are much moro community who wish to learn the Com. Law, Cora Geog, Com. prospects. Every favorablo to crop handling eggs. best methods in v 1JB0 Arith., or Penmanship, each .. 2.10 150 farmer has been busy preparing for Tho purpose of these demonstra year's crop. About 75 per cent linns is to aid the farmers, buyers, In no case will special Business Fees exceed $15.00 per term. this of the plowing for corn has been young man or young woman can get an education Any and shippers in candling, packing, by May 1, according to reports to and grading of eggs so they may at Berea if there is the will to do so. this Department. A summary of tho bring better prices and meet tho re If it is impossible for any young man or young woman to be crop estimates follows: quirements of the law affecting tho in school the full year, by all means they should enter for a course durWHEAT: It is estimated that the gales of eggs. ing the winter and spring terms. wheat acreage originally sown was Estimates Jliow a loss of over The public schools will close about Christmas and tho teachers 09 per cenl and that tho percentage each year in Kentucky, S3.000.000 standing April 25 was 85 per duo lo poor handling of eggs. But and advanced pupils should not bo idle through tho long winter left cent. Computing on tho wheat acre- more important than the money loss months but should bo studying in Berea where the best education can be gotten for least money. age of last year, this would mean is tho loss in food that is now need something like 025,233 acres in Kcn- Applicants must bring or send a testimonial showing that they in ed for our peoplo and our allies. Any above 15 years old, in good health and of good character. This may bi Food will help win the war. person allowing food to spoil is un signed by some former Berea student in good standing or some reliabli CINCINNATI MARKETS. patriotic. The demonstrators will teacher or neighbor. The use of tobacco is strictly forbidden. . Flour, Hay and Grain. ttour Winter patent J1O.9O011.3S, show how this wasto can bo pre For information or friendly advice write to the Secretary, hard patent U1012; rye flour, North- vented and our food supply increas western blended J11012. Hay No. 1 timothy $22023.75, No. ed. MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Ky. At this meeting which is one of 2 J2O022, No. 1 clover mixed J2O022. No. 2 $10018, No. 1 clover J1618.50. a series being held throughout Ken Oats No. 2 white 76 0 77c, standard tucky, peoplo nttending will learn TRANSPORTING THE SERBIAN WOUNDED white WsQWc, No. 3 white 750 how to tell pood, stale, heated and 7Cl4c, No. 2 mixed 70071c, No. 3 mixbad eggs by candling nnd how to ed 69 0 70c. Corn White ear 85c11.60. yellow mane cneap, yet satisractry egg ar 85C0J1.3O, mixed ear 85C0J1-3O- . candlers. Each visitor can do acDutter, Eggs and Poultry. tual candling if he desires. Butter Whole milk creamery ex Posters will bo placed, giving tho traa 45c, firata 42c Ecgs Prime firsts 32c, firsts 31c, exact time and placo of the meeting. Tho men who are giving these ordinary firsts 29c. Lire Pwiltry Uroilers, under 2 lbs, demonstrations aro W. G. Terrell, 404Cc; fryers, 2 lbs and over, 30c; representing tho Kentucky Food fowls, 4 lbs and over, 27c; under 4 ami Drug Department nnd Allen M. lbs, 27c; roosters, 1S&C Harry of tho Fond Research LaborStock. Lht Cattle Shippers $11016.50; butch- atory of tho United States Departer steers, extra $13014.60, good to ment of Agriculture. cholc IU.5O012.5O, common to fair UCO0U; heifers, extra $12014, good Doiton. to choice $11012, common to fair nJU19M; cows, extra $Utfl2,cood u The name wus dvrivt-- from Boston, port on the river Wltlilium, which to ohoie fr911 cosaaaoa to fata CROP PEOPLE 2nd Berea's 3rd Berea's 4th Berea's 5th Berea's Preparatory 6th Berea with the sword;" but tho sword alone cannot win. Wo cannot ex pect lo win without plenty of food to feed our soldiers nnd sailors, and the people of tho allied countries. Of course, America Is not likely to seo n fnmine soon if sho should only try to feed herself, but wo aro democralighting for n world-wid- o cy; so wo must not only support ourselves but tho allies. If wo hnd been in war as long ns France, Oreat Britain nnd Belgium, nr.d had our men killed, towns burned, crop destroyed and food stolen, wu" would now bo looking to somo one for help. So as long as wo are living here In comparative luxury wo must bo willing to sacridcofood lo keep the Allies from starving. Of courso we nro observing meatless and wheatless days, but that is nothing when we think of what a sacrillce other nations are mak ing. Great Britain is only allowed one pound of meat n week for each family, their chickens and cows aro killed and crops destroyed. We must scnil them wheat. Their harvests are short and they ennnot uo corn ns n substitute because they have neither mills to grind it witli or ovens to bake it in. They nro eating henvy war bread. Wo have everything to use n n substitute for wheat and plenty of timo (o experiment with new breads and it is our duty to send them nil wo can, if necessary send nil we raise. Mr Hoover says. "Tho person who knows he ought lo use less wheat, could use less and doesn't, ought to h in Berlin in an Internment camp, for as a loyal American he is a failure.'' th-! able-bodi- ed Pome people say, "Why not ship wheat from other places?" It's true that thero is wheat wasting in Australia for lack of ships to transport it, but if there were plenty of ships the distance is twice ns far as from the United States. Besides the new wheat crop of Australia i.s not ready. Some peoplo say, "Why not send them substitutes such as potatoes The chief reason is and corn?'' because potatoes occupy too much spaco nnd corn from now on will not keep while being shipped be cause this is the germinating sea son. But they have been using 30 corn mixture in their bread, a far larger percent than wc havo adopted. If wc ask the French to uso these substitutes wo are giving them more burdens lo bear when wo should be glad to help them in ev ery way wo can. The women in Belgium and France havo given Food Conservation up all their pleasure; they are taking the place of horses to plow and do what farming they can. Could "Little cube of sugar. wo ask them to experiment with Little grains of wheat, substitutes when they aro this busy Save them with the bacon, and coal costing $1.15 a ton? And other kinds of meat Do we stop to think how much wheat is necessary to feed the Unit- "Ill-fe- d fighters weaken, ed States? In peace wo consumed nations yield; 42,000,000 bushels of whent a month; It's up to us to keep our Allies now we have nn extra 25,000,000 Strong to take tho Held. neonle lo nrovide for. If we do feed our Allies we will have to uso less "Kcry dinner table, than half as much as we have been Wherever people eat consuming, or probably doing withWill help d'ficide tho verdict out ourselves. But is it not worth Victory or defeat." it? If they give their lives for us,, de Ill-f- ed sarriflce, but an opportunity. Tho more potatoes wo eat tho more wheal wo can send, tho more wo send the fewer graves of our boys nnd those of Hie allied nations. If the peoplo who eat In restaurants would choose food that cannot be shipped across it would make ipille n difference. It has been 'said, "We miisl save not ton by Ion, but bile by bite." Tho collapse of Russia was duo to scarcity of food while we were wasting It every hour. Then in order lo prevent this happening lo other nation wo mu.sl help fecil them. They rnnunt light nnd produce enough food for themselves. We not only mul send them wheat but sugar, and meat. No one enn lie without proper food, and, therefore, we inut send them whent, beef, pork, dairy products and sugar. Meal especially must bo sent them for their herds nro depleted anil their cattle killed. Animal fnW are of vital importance to thehenltli and growth, and the scarcity in Europe is nlarming. Wo must send live or ten time their accustomed volume. Sugar must be sent them for nil their sources of sugar aro cut olT. The Mignr beet Ileitis were trampled down by the armies. They now only th use as inuoh sugar ns wo have. If we ue in abundance what food we have plenty of wo can sharo these neceities with our companions. For example, eat poultry and llsh in placo of meat, potatoes, corn, rye in place of wheat and vegetable oils instead of animal fat. Thte ii not taking anybody in America to out less than is necessary for good health and full strength, but put all selll.hnes and disloyalty, for as a nation we tiro eating nnd wasting more food than we need. The whole problem of winning the war rests on one thing: the loy ally anil sacrillce of tho American people in the matter of food. It is not a government responsibility but a responsibility of each individual. Kneh pound of food saved is a pound given to tho support of our army, the allies and the friendly neutrals. Kach pound waited Is a bile taken out of tlu'jr mouths. If we nre selllsh we are an enemy to our own boys. Wo want victory, and it can bo won us soon a wo put aside all solllshness. Now is the hour of our testing. Let us uiako it tho hour of victory over our selves and the German government. one-four- n AttractiVi Vlm fhint Colon IURU .: J Select tho right paint colors for your property with the same caro you select your paint. Getting th right colors in combination is an important part of making any painting job successf uL Hanna's Green Seal offers you tho widest choice in attractive colors. In both "body colors" and "trims" Green Seal has tint and shades that will make your property radiant and cheerful-lookin- g a thing of real beauty. Try GREEN SEAL for your next painting job. Sold By f m aad leaders $74911. law uiniii century tuch forms us Uutolt-ato-m mid Ilotolf's tune occur. Seiaetod hawrjr Jl7i&r.7, writing ubout 1577, Mutes tlmt oat to ekolc packers ami butchers tho pluce wus then culled Hotoustow, $M-Sstadium and mixod $17.90, aOcs $313JK, common to choice haavy hut udds that It wus "commonly und tat aero $1016.75, tight shippers corruptly culled Hostou." common ge $UUX, ) 0. rvtwmm IfJiLia $1U1S.TS. fair ta and lltiwn Into tho WuMi In Lliicoluhhlre, i.iit'lund. it Is Ubuully la-Ito im-m- i llotulph'M ton, or town. In the four Lam-burd- Isnannnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn 'tl HU617. This photo bluiws u unluuu method of thu Serbians for transporting their wouudid koldlers from tho mouatulns, where they are stUl fighting the Bul PHONE 192 garians und Austrlana. ARNETT & SON Successor to J. D. Clarksten BEREA, KY. is Your Fortune Do May 2.1, 1018. TIK CITIZEN Pago Seven ty men nnd drop Into exhausted sleep, only to turn out nt B a. m. to glvo a sudden nnd exact Imltntlon of what wo would do to the Germans If the snenked up on us before brenkfnst In six Inches of mud. Toward the Inst, Lesson 9 Second Quarter, when we thought we had been driven June 2, 1918. to the limit, they told us that wo were to have a period or real, intensive The Thitll and the Hell of the Trenches, ig to harden us for nctunl fighting, ByREV.EDMUNDF.COOK.D.D. They sent us four Impcrlnl drill ser THE INTERNATIONAL SERIES Described bu an American Boy Director liiufoiury CoutKMoodf DlbU gennts from the British grenadier Initltuli, Chicto guards, the senior foot regiment of tho llrltlsh nrmy nnd tho one with which Mem-or- y Text of the Lesson, Mark 14:t-we were niiuiaieu. TKXT For therein la tho rUhtenutne's Veraes, Mark 14:8, 9 Golden Ooil revealed from faith to faith! It would be quite unnvnlllng for mo Text, Mark 13(13 Commentary Pre- of In written, the Juat shall live by faith. as It Sergeant Alexander McCllntock of Lexington, Kg., and tbe Canadian to attempt to describe theso drill ser 1:17. (Head alao verae la.) Ilomana pared by Rev. D. M. Steam. Armg Has Gripping Tate That Bverg American Will Read for He Tells geants. The British drill sergeant Is Tho Oospel Is not only "tho power the Facts Unadorned. Wounded, a Distinguished Conduct Medal Man, nn Institution which enn bo understood Again to Fight He Was Invalided Home, But Is Going "Out There" Wo will flrat consider (ho nnolntlng of Ood unto salvation to every one only through personnl nnd close con- brenk I" For Uncle Sam and Ills Allies. An Inspiring, Interesting, Personal at llctlinny of our lesson verses, mid thnt bellevcth;"We bent tho other stenmers of our tact nnd Is about as cordlnl ns looio Full of the Spirit and Atmosphere of the Trenches. Narrative, but nlso a rovclathen come boclt to tlio wonderful convov elcht hours In getting to the electricity. If he thinks a major gen tlon of thnt "right words of cliniitcr 13. Comparing vs. 1, hck in Liverpool, nad, nccordlng to ernl is wrong he'll tell him so on tho eousness with with John 12:1, there seems to be a whnt seemed to bo tho regulnr system spot In the most empnatic way, dui which God would difficulty In deciding Just when this of our operations nt Unit tlmo wo without ever violating a single sacred Invest mun In oranointing took place, but the event Jmpntlent If nothing very Importnnt weie the last to disembark. tradition of tho service. The sergeants mny der that mnn Is the Important thine rutherthan seems to come off nt first. I felt n litThn malorlty of our fellows had nev- - who took us In chnrge to put on the 1 No. come Into likethe time of tho event. Wo tuny have tle ennui myself nt tho getnwny. Hut cr been In Englnnd before, nnd they real polish to our training hnd nil seen nest and unity to wait to find out the time, as well ns years of that wns certainly qno, thing thnt didn't looked on our travels nt that time as from twenty to twenty-flvwith himself," who Simon tho leper wns, anil his roannoy me later. a fino lnrk. Everybody cheered nnd service. They hnd all been through nnd n gift to faith tation to the Uethuny household. It Is In the lutter part of October, 1015, I I niicJieil when thev dusted off one of tho bnttlcs of Mons and tho Marne, o f something to more Important to notice that they decided thnt the United Stntes ought thoso little toy trains nnd brought It nnd they hnd nil been wounded. They by or up to. live made him n supper nnd Martha nerved, to bo fighting nlong with Englnnd nnd up tp tnke us away In It. After we were perfect examples of n type. Ono Our text discand Lnznrus, whom he mined from tho France on nccount of the wny Belgium wero aboard of It we proceeded nt the of them ordered all of our commission- Bp Sergeant Alexander McCllntock, loses : dead, was at the table with him, ntfd had been treated, If for no other reuson. dizzy rate of about four miles an hour, ed officers, from the colonel down, to D. C. M.. 87th Overseas Batt The Medium of Alary anointed him beforehand for his Canadian Gren. Guards As there seemed to be a considerable turn out for rifle drill one dny and put nnd our regulnr compnny humorist Revelation. burial; and In these three wo seo a division of opinion on this point nmong no compnny completo without one tneni mrougn me manuni or arms The medium people nt home, I enmo to the con suggested thnt they were nfrnld, If while tho soldiers of the battalion stood resurrection life, restful service and through which Copyright, 1917, by the Uetl Syndicate, Ino. the true worship which Is always costly. clusion that nny mnn who wns free, they went any faster, they might run around looking on. FOttEWOUD. and felt as I did off tho lslnnd before they could stop. As In the Incident of tho widow's mnn receives God's revelation Is faith. "Gentlemen," said he very politely white and twenty-on- e through ni'tes, we seo the dltferenco between Mnn discovers mntcrlu! things Here is a literary product which is ought to go over and get Into it single We were tuken to Brnmshott enmp, In In the midst of the drill, "wiien I sea henr-InOod estimate and man's, but tho dis- the medium of tho senses: sight, at once an admirable example of the handed on the side where his convic Humpshlre, twelve miles from tho you hnndle your rifles I feel like touch, tusto. smell. The whole ciples called that a wasto which tho simple rcalltm In the descrip- - tions led him If there wasn't some par school of command. The Ing on my knees and thnnklng God to the force of Lord Jesus said was a Rood work world Is open for discoveries tim of thingt which are difficult of tlculnr renson why ho couldn't. There next dny we were given "king's lenve" that we've got a navy." mnn who nossesses Intact his tlve ordinary comprehension, and 'o hand- - fore I snld goodby to my parents nnd wrought on him. If only ho approves A Call for Volunteers, eight days, with freo transportation now friends In Lexington and started for anywhere In the British Isles. It Is what we do, It should not concern us senses. Through sucn mediums, book and guide for every prospective On Juno 2, nfter the third battle of uou. mini soldier New York with the Idea of sailing for the Invariable custom to give this sort Ypres, while McFarland nod I were what others think or say. I believe ever, lie cunnot uiscover of our armies. tno Bergeant McCllntock has not writ-te- n France nnd Joined tho Foreign legion of leave to all colonial troops Immcdl- - sitting wearily on our bunks during that not ono of his followers under- Is the only medium through which uou, of stood him or knew him as Mary of soul discovers tho tilings which we stories about the war. lie has of the French army. ntely upon their nrrlvnl In England. a strange hour in tho afternoon when Bethany did, for none of tho disciples Faith Is tho soul sense by Decides to Go to Canada, written the war itself, reducing it, However, in our case Ireland wns bar nobody had thought of anything for "tnsto nnd see thnt Ood Is good." Faith one might almost say, to words of one believed his oft repeated saying that A counlo of nights after I got to New red. Just nt thnt time Irelnnd wns no us to do, a soldier came in with a by which we "seek syllable, yet bringing to the reader's York I fell Into conversation In the place for a newly arrived Canndlan messago from headquarters which put ho would be cruelly put to death and In tho soul sense Lord, If happily wo might feel view, clearly and vividly, the various Knickerbocker bar with a chap who looking for sport. rise again the third day, nnd tho oth the a sudden stop to the discussion we find him." Thunk God company of cr women, though they loved htm, did after htm. nnd of faith I Faith Is the aspects of the great struggle, hidden was In tne After thnt they renlly begnn to mnke were hnvlng about the possibility of not believe In his resurrection until for tho touch which wo seo God. Paul to all except the man who is actually rrincess I'nt's regiment of tho Cnna. soldiers of us. We thought our train- - getting leave to go up to Lonuon. j.no by forces. After my talk with him Ing In Cnnnda hnd amounted to some- - message wns thnt the First, becona a part His contribution to the nfter he wns risen, nnd expected to soul sense us that truth Is spiritually dls. history of it. war must be classed as dlan rind, a dead body to anoint on the third tells I decided to go up to Canada nnd look thing. We found out thnt we might nnd Third divisions of the Canadians of the eye of faith which over. I arrived at the Windsor a new light. men dny. Mary sut nt his feet nnd heard cerned. It Is the nature, In providence. In one which shines with sinplicity.yet thinks In Montrenl, nt 8 o'clock In the as well have been plnylng croquet, hnd lost 40 per cent of their 3UO in tho hotel. bis words nnd received them, and sees God In the cyo of fulth which bevolun third fight nt Ypres nnd tnat It It fascinating in its grace. It Is knowing that a cruel death at the convincing detail. It morning n couple of days later, and at teers were wanted from each of our In his beauty and sees Uie thrilling in its hands of his enemies would prevent holds Christ battalions to fill up tho gaps. leads one, with evergrowing and com- 10 o'clock that morning I wns sworn grace. conver- - In ns n private In the Cnnndlnn Grena her or nnyono from lovingly anointing wonders of his "Forty per cent," said McFarland. Is revealed pelling interest, from a casual A righteousness of God overseas tils dead body, prepared the ointment in New York through dier guards. Eighty-sevent- h getting up quickly. "My God, think ot sation "from faith unto fnlth." Tho gar- scenes in a hotel and blood and thrill' bnttnllon. Lleutennnt Colonel .a and watched for tho opportunity, and ments of of strife It I Well, I'm oft to tell 'em I'll go." nro fully deho granted It to her. How highly lion scribed nnd offered to mnn In the Gos- ing conflict to the moment when the Melghten commanding. They were just I told him I wns with him, nnd we out ored were Joseph and Nlcodcmus to pel. God Is rendy to Invest man with king and queen of England came to getting under way, making soldiers stnrted for headquarters, expecting to Kentucky youth in a of the troops I enlisted with, nnd ais bo permitted nctunlly to handto and bo received with applause and pointed his faith will appropriate The the bedside of a anoint his dead body. How happy wo all that Is like learning mathematics. London hospital to thank him in the clpllno was quite lax. out as heroic examples. We couldn't process They at once gave me a week's leave will be If It shall bo snld of us that even get up to give In our nnraes. Thq, problem, from the name of their nation for his services From problem to now come to come down to New York and settle wo did what wp could. Let ns remenv simple whole battalion had gone up ahead of to the difficult, from the difficult in the cause which we have humanity, up some personal affairs, and I over bcr II Tim. 2:15; Gal. 1:10, us. They, heard nbout it first Thut to the more difficult until tho boy has to recognize as that of world my com Now ns to chapter 13, nnd tho par Imparted to him a knowledge of Sergeant McClintock received the stayed It five days. All that was the spirit of the Canadians. It allel nccounts In Matt. 21 and Luke 21 mnthemntlcs up to the measure of his Distinguished Conduct medal before pany commander said to me when I was about this time that a story went tho disciples tried to call his attention nblllty to receive. So man Is Invested leaving England for home on leave. cot back wns that I seemed to have round concerning an English colonel to tho buildings of the temple, the with n righteousness of God from lie is returning to accept a commis picked up Canadian habits very quick who had been called upon to furnish overseas forces, ly. At n review ono day in our train adornlngs; but goodly stones nnd the volunteers from his outfit to replace fnlth unto faith; from tho simple to sion in the Canadian lio snld that these buildings would all the dllllcult, from tho dillicult to the The story is told in McClintock's own ing camp I heard a major say: casualties. He bncked his regiment up "Boys, for God's sake don't call mo be thrown down, nnd not ono stona Impossible. unadorned way. ngnlnst a barrack wnll nnd snld: Harry or spit In the ranks. Hero comes left upon another. Wo do well to con"Now, all who don't wnnt to volun The Meaning of Revelation. slder these sayings, for It seems as If DON'T lny claim to being much of tho general I teer step three paces to the rear." righteousness of God revealed The we nnd come to the time of tho begin Wo found out eventually that thero a writer, and up till now I have In our battalion sergeants and even Is offered nlngs of sorrows according to verses in tho Gospel to lay hold to man's faith never felt the cnll to write any was a reason for tho slackness of dls. officers offered to go as privates. Mcup of and live ns something was that men 7. 8. Four of thcr.1 came to him prl Farland and I wero not accepted ; oar much thing about ray experiences with the clpllne. The trouble vntely as he sat upon tho Mount ol to. Ily his falUi ho npproprlntcsby his Canndlnn troops In Belgium and would enlist to get $1.10 a dny with-ovolunteers went nt once, and we wero or little. 'The Just shalt live working for it nnd would desert Olives, and asked him to tell them up to strength by drafts because I hnve realized that faith." There Is no limit In the de- France, many other men saw quite ns ns soon as any one made It unpleasant when these things would be fulfilled, velopment of mnn's spiritual life nnd a great from the Fifth Canadian division, could bent mo tell for them. Our officers knew what they nnd what would be the sign of his which was then forming In England. nchlevcment In Chris-tln- much as I did and coming and of tho end of tho age. Wo no limit to bis Ing nbout It. Of course I believed thnt were nbout Conditions changed in In July, when we were being kept If only ho will exercise service, must consider hi replies In tho light fnlth. If mnn has but mcnger faith my experience wns worth relating, and stnntly wo went on shipboard. Disci on the rlllo ranges most of the time, In pllno tightened up on us like a tie rope of thought thnt tho matter published of tho then approaching destruction all leave was stopped, and we were will live np to It. ho will acquire I Jerusalem as n foreshadowing of the nnd faith In the process, and acquir- tho nowsnuners by professional writ on a colt. ordered to hold ourselves In readiness more Tho essentials and age we arc now approaching. "Wo trained In a sort of casual, easy tn m npnKMo Tn iht lntfpf nnrt nt ing moro faith will grow In spiritual ers sort of missed the In n far-of- f They Really Began to Make th(J month w Btarted ns well ns tho near were equnlly 4 to tho We salicd ttom graco and usefulness. The trouble Is lackedmany spirit of the "ditches"excel wn in Cunada from Nov. good the fol After That Soldiers of Us. ways In splto of Its deal of clear to hlra. for ho declares tho end most people live up to their doubts good lowing April. Wo had n Southampton to Havre on a big transbeginning (Isa. 40:10), and literary style, but I didn't see any trouble kcenlne our battalion up to from the lent up to their fnlth. week of our port, escorted nil the way by destroywhy It wns up to me to mnko strength, and I was sent out several We learned more the first two thousand years aro to him as tw rather than got our first I was aiding onco In a cnnvnss for renson as a war historian until now. actual training In Ejjglnnd thnn we ers. As wo landed wo resaid that the days (II I'et. 3:8). Ho big hostimes with other "noncoms" on a funds to establish a Crlttendon Itescue fueffort did from November to April In Cana sight of tho harvest of war. A whole ago of the rejection of him and Now there Is n reason, ns I look at It. cruiting detnil. w;hlle wo were In the T matin Home. Cnlllng up a rich member of thin statement without pital on the quay was filled with his kingdom would bo characterized by my congregation. I presented the I iHsUcve I can show the two or three training camp at St, John's I made the wounded men. We had twenty-fou- r countrymen who acquulntuitce of a young Canadian who rnr thnt nnv officer or man of tho wars nnd rumors of wars, plagues, pes cause. millions of lie snld: "I doubt If even uou will be "outmy fellowbefore this wur Is became my "pal." Ho wns Campbell Canadian forces alive today will dls- - hours In what they called a "rest 'tllence, famines, earthquakes, with can do much for a fallen woman, there" cobblestones In with mo nml I siihmlt It for thUamp." Wo slept-o- n Increasing Intensity at tho end, nnd so over what they are going to bo up McFarland, nephew of George McFnr-lnn- timncjhtfiil consideration of tho gen- - shacks which were so utterly comfort- Is ever way along, and we doubt If such n crenturo well known to pre ought It has been all tho the actor, who is so own less thnt it would bo nu Insult to n The enterprise does not ap- against nnd what they stnge. He tlemen who believe that our havo surely come to tho beginning of American peal to me." So he declined to make pare for personally ana inuiviuuaiiy. In on the sergeant. musical I first knew nmiM mn hn nrenared for service Kentucky thoroughbred to cnll them When tho end, and It may be are nearly three wns a Thnt Is as far as I am going to go stables. Then we were on the wny to Ho lived squarely up hero nt home. yenrs Into the end time. (May, 1017.) n contribution. the way of excuse, explanation or com. him ho wns qno of tho most dellghtfut Poperlnghe, which to his doubts. war every man has got to bo the'Belgian town ofnavre We hnve como at least to tho beginand amusing young fellows you could - In this and was at I called also upon n young business iwu -i- - n unnw one Is 150 miles from ning of a tlmo of distress of nations man of moderate means and isresented Imagine thing better than anybody else except thnt time the rail bend of the Ypres perplexity ; the sea nnd the waves with The war changed hlra entirely. He those who havo had Intensive instruc- salient We mnde tbe trip In box cars replied: "Teal Yesl roaring; men's beurts falling them for the cause. Ho In French, "Eight became extremely quiet nnd seemed to only enn help tion In tho same branch. And, besides which were mnrked looking after thoso things will contribute. God Tear, and for rses or forty men," and we had to be borne down with tho sense of tho thnt, he's got to have effecttvo general (Luka such unfortunate creatures. I believe that nre coming on the earth terrible things which ho saw. Ho nev- knowledge of all tho specialties in draw straws to decide who should He that such rescuo work Is ono of the 21 :25, 20) ; but wo aro not yet como most cr lost the good fellowship which wus which his fellow soldiers havo been down. Chrtstllko nnd effectual missions to tho grcnt tribulation, such ns was of tho church." He gave $500. He inherent In him and was nlwnys ready particularly trained. I can Illustrate (To Be Continued) not since the beginning of the world, lived up to his faith. to do nnythlng to obllgo me, but ha this. Immediately upon our return nor ever shnll be, for Immediately formed the habit of sitting, alone nnd Knowing of tho wnywardncss and In Englnnd wo wero MRS. LILLIAN PURDY after that tribulation tho Son of Man mornl peril of a young mnn In my parsilent, for hours nt n time. Just think-ing- from first leave divided Into sections for training In shall como In his glory to set up Ids ish, It seemed ns If ho had n premoni eight specialties. They were : Bombing, I called on his mother to ask help ffnlr fl!21. 20. tion about himself, though lio never sniping, scouting, machlno gun ugni- nd prayer In behalf of her son. She , SO.) Uefore tfmt great tribulation tho showed fear and never spoke of tho Ing, signaling, m d: "I doubt If he is as bad as you trench mortar operation. church of this ago shall have been dangers wo wero going into, ns the bayonet fighting and stretcher Denring. I ennnot foci thnt ho la In nny completed nnd gono to meet the Lord think. no was killed in other fellows did. great peril." Sho lived up to her was selected for special training in In tho ntr, for when ho shall como In tho Bomme action in which I was I rebombing, probnbly becnuso I was sup glory wo shall como with hlra doubts. No homo Influences wero his wounded. year posed, as an American and a baseball (Col. 3:1; I John 3:1, 2). According leased to save him. Less than a I also bad been made a sergeant on Inter he wns found dend In a brothel, expert In throwing. With to tho book of tho Revelation of Jesus having died In a drunken debauch. account of tho fact that I had been player, to bo other men picked for training In Christ In chapters 4 nnd 5 tho church at school In the Virginia Military In- tho samo specialty, I was sent to AI- Mother's Prayer Is Answered. lias gone to bo with him, then from stitutethat is, I was an acting ser- tho threo weeks, Some years ago a great union meetchapters 0 to 18 Is tho account of geant. It was explained to mo that dershot, nnd there for threw bombs, grcnt tribulation period, nfter ing was conducted by Sam Jones and to be twelve hours a dny, I bombs, the my appointment would havo took bombs, read about which In chapter 10 wo como back Gcorgo Stewart In tho city where I confirmed In England and then recon- studied to pieces to seo what xnada and to wan n pastor. Ono night Mr. Jones with him to Judge tho nations firmed after threo months service in bombs tick and, put them together again reign with him. Let us lay to heart stepped to tho front of the platform France. Under tho regulations of the them did practically everything else his words, "Take heed lest nny mnn and read this telegram : "Temple, Tex. Canadian forces n noncommissioned and you could do with a bomb, except receive you: take ye heed, behold I rieaBO pray for my boy Tom. no Is officer, after final confirmation in his that havo foretold you all things: take ye in your city a prodigal from God. Am grade, can bo reduced to tho ranks cat it Then I was ordered back along with heed, watch and pray: for yo know pouring out my heart In prayer. Will only by a general courtmartlal, though Is." (Mark 13: claim tbe victory. (Signed) His Mothwhen tho other men who had gained this .not when tho time be can escape a courtmartlal, acquaintance with tho entire 8, 23, 33.) In verse 80 wo learn that er," Before Mr. Jones could resumo confirmed with charges, by reverting Intimate bomb family, and we wero put to work these his seat, a tall young man rose and Israel shall continue till all to tho ranks at his own request. teaching the entire battalion all that 'things be fulfilled; neither his words said, "That is my name, that Is my Forty-tw- o hundred of us sailed for wo had learned. When wo wero not thft Kmnrca. of ntitaa. nor bis people can pass away and all mother. Yes, sir, I was a terrible sin- "Boyt, for aotra sane uorri Harry. Here Come, the General of JnlnAt teaching wo wero under Instruction his words shall be fulfilled (Luke ner; I have broken my mother's heart om taken -,24:44). From verse 84 wa learn that and tho heart of my poor youug wife, ment, call It what you will. The rest which was sunk in tho St. Lawrence ourselves by tho men who bad a bo has given to every and I have blighted tho ltfo of our lit- of' my story Is 11 simple relation of river. Tho steamer was, of course, special training in other branches. Ja his absence we at certain periods ot tho day tbe tle glrU lean his work, and at his coming for time this But this afternoon about was facts and occurrences In the order in very crowded and uncomfortable, and Also physical training and rifle pracmessago left Temple, I Ha, when we meet him in tbe air, at trip across was most un- had Up to tho time ot our arrival In they came to my notice and hap- tho eight-dawith tbe which yonder tbe the Judgment seat of Christ we must preacher,incalling pnrsonngo for nlercy, pened to me. It may start off a little pleasant Wo had tripo to cat until tice. England Intensive training bad been uion Ood give account of oar stewardship, and slowly and Jerkily, just us we did, not wo wero sick of tbe sight 01 it a us. During !oar works wilt either bo approved and and he graciously forgave my etna and knowing what was coming to ns. I'd sergeant reported ono morning, "Eight merely a fine phraso with rewarded, or burned up and wo suffer saved me by bis grace." His mother llko to add that it got quite hot enough men and twenty-tw- o ab our stay thero it was a definlto and breakfasts overpowering fact Day and night wa lived up to her fulth and won her boy I Jno. 2:28). lorn (I Cor. 8:11-15- ; There were' two other troop times. Thereback to God. "Tho Just shall live up to suit mo later severalgoing to bo to sent" In our convoy, tbe Baltic and the trained, and day and nlfcht it rained. ships fore, as my effort is Into our Immersion In a solution of carbo-au- ta to his faith." By this means alone carry you right along with me in this Metsgama. A British cruiser escorted At 0 o'clock we would fall Mrs. Llllluu Houser 1'urdy U chairbunks In huts which held from a half man can faith ltvo and have Its full trait-of soda will rasters the color to my, experiences, don't be as until we were 400 miles off the roast of tho Bed Cross section of the account ot to a whole platoon from talrtg M tarquolse, . American Woman's club in Canada. SUNDAY SCHOOL Faith in Action COVER 'THERE SERGEANT McCLINTOCK 9 of Ireland. Then each ship picked up a destroyer which had come out to meet her. At that time a notice was posted In the pursers office Informing us thnt we were In the wnr zone nnd thnt tho shin would not stop for nny- thing, even for ft mnn overboard. That dny n soldier fell off the Metngnmn with $700 In his pocket, nnd the ship even hesitated. They left him whero he had no chance In tho world to spend his money. "Make a Breakl" Through my training In tho V. M. T.. I wns able to read semaphore Big- nnls, and 1 caught tho message from the destroyer which escorted us. It read: "Each shin for herself now. Mnko n train-neve- r lf In Training o 2l rlghtt-ousness e. ot I ut n 1 d, iii. - I I uumi r JAW MM y The Surest Preparation is Trauiiog School Pneo ElghL THE CITIZEN Chnr-li- e rot!, Saturday nnd Siindny. Triielt died n few days ago of lplioM fever. Ho was a son of John Truotl. A Red Cross Chapter was organized at this plnco Tuesday p. m. Mrs. W. B. llornsby nnd Mrs. Llewellyn of McKee wore guests of .Mrs. Jerry Vork recently. Mny 23, GARRARD COUNTY 1018. Faint Lick Logan West Paint Lick, Mny 20. of Boron College spent tho weekend with his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Miss Mnry Barr of W. W. West. Nina anil Tom O. Heron of Marks-bur- y No rorrpondf tt puMlthiit nnlrM tlinwi. In full liy the writer. Th name surprised their friends Inst an evMrnc of iroral faith. Write plain!. It not for publication, but Tuesday morning by motoring over Richmond nnd getting mnrrieii. MADISON COUNTY JACKSON COUNTY m .Mr. anu .urs. taui Herd Lon Countv spent Tuesday night Herd May 18. We are having lots Goochland Miss Lucln'willi W. B. Lackey nnd family at' Tlio farm- of rain Farmer are getting be- I! Kingston, May 20. Gonchlnnd, Mny 10. i Mr j llnv I.nckeV .i .,. ...... hind with their work on account Hi.......... nr iiit'iiiiniini iiriuiieii a 'l..lnl t .mi Ml " 'tumuli .J i 111..1.. ers aro very lmil behind, with tlicir Kansas City. Mo., spent the llrst so much rain. I. S. McGoorgo nnd Red Cross Auxiliary here last Wed if work on account of wot weather. ' ' Mrs, Joseph Martin nml his daughter, .te- family of this plnce visited relatives nesdny night. The llrst meeting will of the week with Mr. and George Mr. nnd Mrs. ste, went to McKec His at Burning Springs from Friday be hold in the school building next B. Lackey daughter is going to take Hie ex until Monday of last week. Mr. and Wednesday afternoon. All ladies Pollings entertained the preacher, family, over Sun-- 1 Zoarncsl Jackson was Mis. Jack Farmer of this place who m o interested in tho work nro Mr. Godby nnd his ainlnation. Miss Lucile Lackey spent The community meeting lay. visited thier son, Brnwnie, at Clover invited. mi Horse Lick Inst week on busi week-en- d in Lancaster, the!, Martin and Bottom, from Friday until Tuesday was well attended Inst Wednesday Mrs. Betsy ness. Dochla nnd Mrs. Tom of last week. The Misses Myrtle and night and there were somo good Sliest of the Misses daughter, Fanny, visited A eultaparker Icy Farmer, Ltllie, Kffa and Fred speakers on the program. The poo- - Christjno Metcalf. Mr. and Mrs, Payno, Sunday. Carrier Sat- -' Perry MrColluni visited their daugh- Hamilton, all of this place, visited pie aro getting more interested in ran over lillle William His Jaw was (inc.) i .!.... ....... .... ii. ...j l nt Mrs. Mug Moore's last Saturday .mi.', .u. ii rum- - iin1.iv in l.nnenster. Wiley j ter, Mrs. Callahan. i. AND Sunday. E. B. Flanery made a niry has purchased a Sharpies broken and severnl teeth knocked went to Cincinnati. 0.. to stay and ground was very soft or Misses Archie ""I- Training School for Nurses Hits summer. Willie and Floyd business trip to London last Mon- ctoam sopnrntor. nrcident would have boon more day. .Mr and Mrs. Martin Cook have Mnupiii and Lydia Young were call- UEREA, KY. Callahan visited theif Aunt, Mrs. Mrs. Chester Lewis of ing on Miss Katie Smith Friday at- - serious. Mr. and Mrs, moved from this place to HamilBrulus Martin. Up to date Laboratory nnd X Ray Equipment visiting herpar- Cecil Gilmuro. a student Lancaster has boon George McColluiii lsited their moth- ton. Ohio. Mrs. Laura Farmer anil ternoon. Miss Fannie Dnw- SPECIALTIES with cuts in Boron. er, Mrs. Perry McColluin, last Fri- ?i.n, Elmer, of Hamilton, Ohio, are of Beroa. spent the week-en- d who has been teaching nt Stony his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Gil- - den. visiting relatives at this place. Surgery Obiietrict and Gynecology Bactrriolog.it Saturday. day nnd ,,(,r vnra" DR. B. F. ROBINSON "mv nt ,,on"' Mrs. Hammie Fnrmer is visiting re- more. Mr. nnd Mrs. S. E. Hill woro I'"'"'. DR.M. M.ROBINSON DR. ALSON BAKER Bo- Green Hall Little William Haley, of latives at Green Hall the latter part in Richmond Saturday on business, lion. Green Hall, May I.I. Robert Strong ot this week. Miss Mary Burch. Miss Ora Flannerv'will leave to- - rea. is visiting his grandmother. was horn Mav 101 i. 1898. departed who has been sick for some time, is lay for Battle Creek. Mich., where Mrs. Thompson, on While Lick. - Mary Kdna. Mother and little one school in Ibis ciiniinunlty. We need Sunday-schoorganized hero for this life May 10th, 1018 age 20 no better. Mrs. Lou Fnrmer, who sdio will spend the summer with her Seventy-on- e boys from this county an- doing nicely. The farmers ari a Tho years. Ilohert was the son of Mr. has been sick, is some better. There aoi,.i mi t n Ibis week. Among having some trouble with bad seed the benollt ot the children. limvn for Cnnuis ' anil Mrs. JelT Strong of Green Hall. will be church hi Mt. Gillead the ii... ..M.ul.iu nr.i l'rnnk (1)11111. I'm Ilk corn in this part, but have gotten Rev. James Luiisteril will preach gone to re- nt Sycamore fifilurilny tniglit and Dreyfus He took sick and died at Hamilton. llrst Saturday and S'unday in June, Ralston. Grant and Chester Metcalf. their hoes and hae days Droyfus, May 12. Jim planting- right. Mrs. C. L Thomas Sunday. Hope a largo crowd will bo O. Ho was sick eighty-foTho Rev. .Mr. jj, Urown, Jim Ledford. the Rev. Bent Bowman will preach; V. present. Hurrah ter The Citizen with typhoid. His mother and sis- everybody come out and hear Mr. Ponder lilted his regular appoint- - Marshhanks, Burtram Brown and it very poorly at Hits writing. ter. Mrs. Hadio Minter. were with Bowman Hurrah ter THE CITIZEN ment at tho Baptist church Sntur- inn., i nvion. Mrs. Edd Scale M. Alcorn was granted a divorce and its many renders! day nnd Sunday. him during his sickness and up un and its many readers I James Young aI)d little son, Jnnies Dorwiu. rroni his wife Inst week nt Ml. VernMiss Fdith Philips or Wildie died nt his home Saturday. Ite.had 0f Lnncnstor, this on. ESTILL COUNTY til his death. Robert was a pleasant wi II leave McKee been sick for the past two years. Weok to visit her parents in Lee paid Mr. ami Mrs. Albert Allen's n hoy, and liked by all who turned Locust Branch McKee, May 20. There are a few and was one of the oldest citizens County. Saturday and visit Wednesday. He leaves a father, knew him. Locust Branch. May 20. The Rev. Mrs. of this community. eases of mumps in town. rogulnr church days He leaves a mother, four sisters, and two brothAmong tho Sunday were Paint Lick. Mav I I. preached Lawrence Johnson nt wife and six children to mourn his jH)V:J WH, cft Friday for camp was nl Cave Ridge with the Rev. Dillard ers, besides a host of relatives and Mollie Moore is very sick with The King's Daughters met death. paster. Robert Allen of Jinks fifim TuoMlny till Sunday George Young who has Al,i,m Joseph, one of Lancaster's Parker as friends to mourn his loss. The be Cincinnati was among frionils on the night with large attendance and 0110 reaved ones have the sympathy of at Ihe home of Mrs. A. W. Baker emnlovmenl. nl lrvin.i in Mm oil nroniiiient business men. Mr. nml James addition to the rhurcli. community. Hie Iti last Saturday. They had a pleasant Holds, was at homo Sunday, .Inc.. the entire interesting program was crook during tho week. Mrs. Andrew Davis returned homo am! prolltable meeting. A tlfty dol-l- Rnbinson mill ltllil ........... muln ., 0.. . an . ., ... is in very poor health. . r. tllllilim ncral services were conducted Sun rmui C..I. ...it Oritlln rendered ai me cuu !.;..! oniu. F.xorybo.ly wake up and .subscribe t Paris hist Thursday, nflor spendLiberty Bond was bought, makday at the crave by Kid. G. V 1 lilt I O.Ulla IUJIIHL"i3 IU ing a few days with her tether and for the denr old Citizen nnd rend the Seale of Major. Ky. Interment in ing a total of seven hundred dollars mother, Mr. and Mrs. John Rickncll Liberty Bonds bought by good news. Hock Spring's cemetery. There were worth of t this plnco. Mortio ColToy of Rev. Isaac Mossier, Wildie about live hundred people present. this Circle. Richmond is visiting friends and pastor or the Dutch Reformed W. B. Sigmon "Wildie. May 21. A precious one from them has gone. relatives at this placo ter a tew Church at this place, has resigned Born days. has bought an nutomobile. A voice they loved is stillcii; Sherman French who gut his position hero anil with his fam a camp in Mississippi. M.Jqnos Mrs lo the wire or Lloyd Howell, n boy. his toot out in the A place is vacant in their home Sanders. river is slowiy ily has moved to Meadow, Tenn., is preparing to move into his new i,,,P mother. Mrs. Which never can bo filled. Steve Langterd was with home improviiig. .anier entertained at six where they will make their future store soon. recalled C. Bongo has pur-- l A. Miss God in His wisdom has ()c(Kk ,iinnpr Thursday Mr.I'll-- nnd telks n part of last woek. . .. heme. Dr. J. H. Hildreth is visit plltlUtlil rt linn' Arntti ilnill u .. The boon His lovo has given, iw.i, "I vrs. Adolph Joseph and .Mrs. r.iuu Ldith Phillips spent a part or last OWSLEY COUNTY ing home folks in Wot Virginia. woek with friends nl Mullen Station. And though the body slumbers here, riimrr i?ii.l-i- i in. irwiiu ui (. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Hays and family Mr. and Mrs. James Reynolds of Island City The soul is safe in heaven. and Mrs. Lou Fowler, who have been Paris are visiting T. 0. Reynolds Wo aro Maud City, May 1.1. of Hattiesburg, viiting relatives. in Laurel County, Clayton Sexton, Mr. and Mrs. W. having plenty or rain. and family. Oats and Supt. Miss., has been home on a furlough returned homo last week. It. Sigmon wont to Ml. Vernon Sunvegetables look well. The oil men for a few days. He left Sunday II. F. Minter attended the County Mr. and on the rami or H. D. Peters havo Bind T.iok villi nnd Mrs. Richmond and iimo day in their now car. A lady Superintendents' meeting held in afternoon for camp again. visiting Mrs. Moso McNew went to Mullen recently struck a strong gas well. Blue Lick, Mav 20. Corn plant- -' daughter of Louisville nro nreacher from Ashland. Ky. has been Richmond last week. Lieut. StanMonday (0 attend the fu- One can nee tho 'light Tor some meeting at Bis ley Engle of Camp Funston visited ing is about completed in this sec- - thoir parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Station holding a revival Miss .Ma- - neral or one or Mrs. MoNew's cousQuite n largo crowd gatherArnold on Back Crook Spring's school house for more man his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. En- lion. Many farmers, who did not Sunday-scho- ol Is progressing ed Sundny night to witness the now ins. enierunm-.- i week. Mrs. J. E. Wilson is hav-i- gle. for one day only last week test their corn of last year's crop, "pi " a nicely. Everybody come nnd let's llghL Hurrah for Island City I I a midline todav with a largo when he was called by telegram aro having to replant. Millard tmm of a social at her homo i make it bettor. In spite of the Mrs. Rosa B. Moore nnd Mrs. Pal evening. tho iw;?-ei- i ' has tho best stand of corn in Mrs. crowd of women helpers, Misses to report at once for duly. W cdnes-fro- m rnin Monday night several went Marcuin of Ethel, were in our viHe selected seed the Paint Lick High School Clara Brewer were llie Hampton Minter. who has been vis- this community. F.lva and .-: from hero lo Mt. Vernon to hear cinity one day lat woek, buying-geese- . old corn, and not a hill miss- - 'lay evening was ijuite a success- - Capt. guests of Heber Wilson Sunday. iting her sister. Mrs. Jas. Bailey, at Harris of llie British Army, W. T. Bowman of White tip r.niillefil of Center College, Danni..i i Finley Wilson made a business trip Conway has returned home. Dr. (i. IHIIIII.I .lilllll'-- ) inilVII m. III! speak. Mr. nnd Mrs. Hall is among his relatives at ville. delivered the graduation ad- - and others Friday. Br. and Mrs. Farris. practical opticinn of London, week-en- d will. Josephine Mainous . to Idamay . rri.l.H,Jn,. nt'.itilnrv Mr mill James Branninan ot Conway spent present, looking lino. Our SUnday-M'ho- ol nnus.i.tj Tye, of Traveller's Rest, attended will be in McKeo for several days. nicy nre roommates in a Sunday witli Mr, Brannman's moththe Mis-.e- s made a very important step tho funeral of Robert Strong Sun- Mr. and Mrs. James Tincher enter- ing cottatr- - in Beroa. -Q- uite a num- - Mrs. J. D. Wynn and .. Sunday, organizing a Bible Class Dowt - en and Mollio Smitli er, Mrs. Julia Branainan. r ..i..... . UK! ..,..:.. Taylor, or tained quite a number of young 1)1 day. Mr. and Mrs. Tom uj IMillllllllK Boone to Richmond I riday with Mrs. Kate Bowninn in charge. Botner, Mr. Ida Callahan of Island folks at their homo last Saturday spend vacation in Baltic Creek. Andy Burch, son or Charley Burch, x,.I lib Inst. Mrs. ..iii.ii. i....i.i.. .uiiiuuus num .i.!. nine to hear "Ilic Rose Maiden ki- - Boone, May 20.' The wot weathMrs. George Andrew, evening. o City, Mr. and On the Mini.T mis Auditorium. Mis er still continues nnd is putting the is in very poor health with :n iiu Mrs. Sarah Andrew and Master Dot-so- n N. B. llornsby went to Bond and ei'Liniii win i unv iii inrir iiiiiiuier. i.n nl tho Xormal attend- -. rarmors behind with llioir farming. Wilson or Oroen C. C. Flanery. .Countv Auont of Klsio Howard, who has been Andrew of Privett, and Misses organized a branch chapter of tho ro.. We are sorry lo hoar of Iho Hall was among us Sunday, looking Wicker, or Travel- Red Cross with 83 members. 1 her- fraiiKiin uounty, Tenn., m cooper- - ir... oniirii liopn ilm tinst venr. jk Lena and Esther feuii- - drath ot Mrs. Joo Alexander of very lainiliar. Misses Jessie and lo ,ier ,,olin "J ler's Rest? nil took dinner with Mr. were twenty applicants in the ex- ntion with the Madison County l'"-Mrs.- J.- T. Thompson, who Hugh. She was n sister to Mrs. H. Crovn Bowman made n Hying visit . f Mill 11- 'ilnv. F. F. McCollum Sunday. and Mrs. amination for teacher's certificates JlKI'lll, IMilllS III UIK.IIIUI' .1 i F. Chasteon formerly of this place to Vino one day ot last week nnd mM w'1". a Anoth- nity club in this vicinity during va- -, W. N. Hughes made a business trip last Friday and Saturday. two weeks, but now of Big Hill." Tho bereaved! woro the guests or thoir uncle, slioudor for to Cincinnati the past week. Miss er increment of soldiers, six in num- cation-Prepar- ations ter Children's S Islet n ones have our entire sympathy. Jnmes S. Bowman, for dinner Dahlia Hughes contemplates going to ber, Leonard Moore, William Ed Day is being vigorously pushed for- - "etter at this writing. old the examinatimi or diplomas Mr. and Mrs. Curt Roberts motored Marion Smith sold n two-yeKorea the coming week, to stay un- ward Moore, Nule flipson, Daniel B. ward, for the second Slinday in . rw.n, i. iiiul Sat trom normaiitown, 0 Tuesday and mule n few days ago, to Charley ..Twi. Commencement. We are King, Edward Cornelius, and Dud June at Bluo Lick church. til after Miss were the guests of the latter's sis- Reese for 9175. Wo understood Hint urday at Pnint Lick school. glad to hear that gas has been Pmgleton went from this county to Bluo Lie If. Mnv ti. Jtenvv nnd Jennio Barr of Hackloy is spending ter, Mrs. Tom Johnson, for n few there wore men ntiwuig us recently y. found by oil men on tho farm of IV rt Thomas continuous rains nro Interrupting severnl weeks with her aunt, Mrs. days. Born to Mr. nnd Mrs. Dor-ph- who offered II. D. Peters $t.00 an H. D. Peters at Island City at a Bond the farmers in their com planting. Thompson. Lovett a flno girl; also to Mr. acre for the hot loin land below his Miss Creech or Beroa depth of 700 feet. They will now Bond, May 20. Hie frequent Very few havo been able to prepare spent the week-en- d with Mr. and and Mrs. Leonard Wynn n flno hoy. house, as ronlnl, It ho wuld lcaso use gas to run their machinery. showers and hot sunshine tho past (In LTOiind il I n i n tr Inn wot Little Ural Wren has boon very P.; nlso others who havo not leased John Wynn Mrs. W. C. Wynn. also John Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Peters, week havo furnished us somo flno Mother's Day was observed at Bluo now has electric lights in his house, sick witli something liko Hut. woro offered largo sums of money Turner, all of Island City, took din- growing weather. Wheat nnd oats Lick, Sunday, May I2th. A short barn, garage, etc. Climax for the leaso of their land. with Mr. nnd Mrs. F. F. Mc- aro looking good. ner Meadows arc iiroL'i'.'iin was reiiilereil tiv Mm su Wo aro having May II. Climax. Bryantsville Conkllng Collum May 5th. growing wen and pastures are perintendent ami teacliers nfler Mr. nnd some very flno weather, which fnrm-u- rs BrynntsviUe, Mny 20. Hugh A daughter Conkling, May 8. good. Somo farmers are having classes. J no. Carl, of ML Sterling, Mrs. A. B. Swopo aro receiving connre making good use of, plowing was born lo Mr. and Mrs.J. L. MaiMay 20. Tho Rev. Joo trouble with their seed corn, and n student now in Berea College, deHugh, The Rev. Bill nnd planting corn. gratulations over a fine son. Alexander preached at M. G. Abrams "planting over" the early planted livered a verv intcrcstim nnd ed Bryanlsvillo high school hns closed. Durham filled his appointment nt nous on Tuesday. May 7. and has Born been named Jossio Lucile. last Sunday evening at 3 o'clock. fields is very common. Farmers nre ifying discourso in tho afternoon A. T. Scott hns purchased a Ford Pleasant Hill Saturday and Sunday, lo Mr. anil Mrs. Bob Wilson, on Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Powell were realizing moro than ever the neces or tho saino day. Tho Rev. Win. Sedan. Luther Thursday, May l, n son named Lu Floyd Curtis has purchas- Willi a largo attendance. visiting Lloyd's sister, Mrs. Frank sity of testing their seed corn. Ray of Lancaster filled his regular ed a Buick. Tho Rev. O. S. Connnt Moore left for Lockland, 0., last ther Morgan. Andy Burcli. son or Cambell, Saturday nights Mrs. Wil- Bond & Foley Co. hnve opened tho appointment, preaching Saturday (Hied his rogulnr appointment Sun- week. Somo of our boys were (.. M. mid Vnnia Burch, died Tuesson Van Winkle has been suffering wool market here at 85o cash or 00c night nnd Sunday night to a largo The rains hnvo been greatly called to Camp Taylor last week. day. May It, or tuberculosis. Tho day. Charley Baldwin and appreciative audience. very badly with a poisoned hand merchandise. Prep- nppreciatod'by tho farmers. Corn Most or these boys woro our best bereaved parents havo our deepest for tho past two weeks. The far- has taken tho, contract to move tho arations for Children's Day enterClay Parks has farmers. So look out, Kaiser Bill! is growing nicely. Funeral services woro sympathy. mers hero are right sharply behind Pigeon Roost school houso about ono tainment tho first Sunday in Juno purchased a farm nonr Danville, J. A. Sexton was in Ml. Vernon Inst conducted by Elder J. W. Anderwith their corn planting. The miles west for tho sum or 300.00. aro being carried out with unusual having sold his rarm to Allen Sad- week. Florence Phillips returned! son. Delhert Williams has been applo crop hero is very good, but Frank Gill's son died recently at his interest. Jnmes Donald, tho in- ler, Miss Margaret Curtis hns homo last week after an extended called to I ho Army and will lenvo Next homo hero. Wo extend our sympa- fant son of Ray Mainous, lias been no peaches and blackberries. been the guest or her brother, Cnrl visit with relatives at Beroa and Tuesday for Camp Taylor. M. A. Saturday ami Sunday aro regular thies to his bereaved parents. Richard Curtis. sick but is improving. Mrs. Anna Hill, of John-etl- a, Droyfus. Taylor Noo hnd the Wilson has been suffering from nn church days at this place; let's not "Aunt Mary" Mcintosh roll n few Kimbrell, wife and daughter, Annie, visited homo telks this woek. nllack of measles tho past week. to break n linger white foreet. John Kates, who has been nights ago nnd bruised her face visited relatives nenr Berea SunMisses Lula nnd Laura Sexton Kenneth McCollum spent Friday stretching some wire tence. in Indiana, has returned homo.r-Hurr- ah considerably but not seriously. day. Miss Myrtlo Johnson, who spent Saturday night and Sunday night with Ills grandmother, Mrs. for THE CITIZEN. I Wo cer- Mr. and Mrs. John Senls visited the has been in Robinson Hospital for wilh Florence Phillips. They re- Emily McCollum. COUNTY ROCKCASTLE Wnlter Oilhcrt tainly enjoy it hitter's mother, Mrs. Miranda Par some time, is "at homo" to her many Several from ported a lino time. Coaks Burg nnd wife passed thru hero Tuesday ardent friends in this section, and tli I placo attended court at Mt. enroiito to Manchester whoro they Coaks Burg, May ll.Tho stork Vernon last week. they nro availing themselves of tho Wo aro sorry or Mr. and Mrs. to say wo haven't nny Sunday- - wore called to llie bedside of their privilege of calling and enjoying visited tho homo (coniinna eo ?( nr) lier company after her long absence Willis Singleton May 10, lenving'n USE girl baby. Sho wns christened lino from their midst. East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else i.nt-Hi-- y 1 ''f y. iHSiBK'll9ZLiJL '' Mali-iioa- v ROBINSON HOSPITAL ''' - - - ol ur - ton-silit- is. ., ni 47 .,i .... dis-tnn- eo. . self-boar- d- .... 5 ' i.. - - ,..: iert " I 1- - ''"'"S ar ,.i.-iii- as mis-rortu- ne 1 Hf POTTS' GOLD DUST FLOUR ITS RIGHTER, WHITER AND LIGHTEP Than Any Other Brand Second Growth Ulack Oak Spokes 2xjV, 19 inches long $50.00 per. 1000 pieces ' 16 inches long $25.00 """ 16 inches long $30.00 3x3 Delivered to our yard at Berea, Ky. WANTED! REMEMBER R. E. PETERS Thnt I hnve LOTS OF FINE FARMS IN INDIANA listed for snlo, and every 0110 a bargain. Write nnd tell 1110 your wants, I will then describe to you what I have. I feel sure I cun fill the bill. STANDARD WHEEL CO. Deputy, Indiana