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Ono Dollar IJEItEA KY Knowledge is Tower and way to keep up with motors Knowlege is to read a Newspaper. ftai to tlie Interests of tlie JouLnteLin. Fecrple per Year. Vol. XIX. No. 18. Cut the "Eat" Out of "Wheat" THE PATRIOTIC PLEDGE , IN OURJWN STATE 53 0. S. TROOPS DIE WHEN SHIP ANDREW JACKSON WORLDJEWS I Ky., 1918 Tho Run Oil Company has brought in another well on the Smyth farm in I.ro County, which is estimated ns pood for twenty barrels. Thirty-liv- e Tho English trnnsport, Willi Americnn soldiers on board on Moldavia, IS TORPEDOED Oil Companv The Southwestern will drill two offset wells on the Auiercun destroyer shortly ufterwurd.j Vnrious reports hnvo been in cirName. Eureka lease in Lee County. These It was announced. Prisoners from the culation for sometimo in regard to will offset Dan Krnhley, of tho Eastbeen lauded. submarine have the death of Von Hindcnburg, the P. 0. Address. ern Oil Company, and Carson and and leading German general. Thoy camo Andrew Jackson, Washington. Muy 27. The wnr deVeech No. 1 on the Powei, partment guve out tho names of S3, namesake of the famous general and from prisoners taken, and havo been president, Andrew Jackson, who quit generally discredited. A reTwo Kentuckian1" an mentioned members of Company II, United States Infantry, Fourth divi- fought In the war of 1812 nnd won the port comes from Switzerland that he in the latest casually fist, containbattle of New Orleans, Is now n ser- is Britin a hospital nt Strassburg, They sion, mlMSlng from the toniedoed names. ing Iwenty-eiggeant In the United States nrmy. Mi ish steamer Moldnvlu. from typhoid fever. Such were Maj. Samuel M. Wilson, promthe father, too, was n soldier, fighting on Women, from Our Men in Few details of the tragedy of To inent attorney ot Lexington, wound- Moldnvlu have been disclosed. The the side of the South In our Civil war. reports, however, must bo received with caution. Mens thoughts become serious1 tho world, you there nnd we here, ed, and Troy Mnllins, or Haldcman, American soldlerx missing nre believed to have been deeping when the vessel killed. hut one family. in tho trenchwhen they face death was attacked. The nttnek came eurly You remember how wc used to Lloyd George, tho English primo es. Life and the things or life take RAILROAD EMPLOYEES minister, in a speech recently said Government fixed pricpsorcoal to ThurMlay morning nnd the submarine new values, new meanings. Them I ruck- mini nu vour kitchen floor? on nway unseen. Acgetting u,, tbnt at the present timo tho amount of appraisals. Oh, how clean would ho our shoes Hit m.lillji ,f11 lirt TAfliifnilii ennn n succeeded in survivors, is a lll lilt cording to the Moldnvln Things that in the superficial, care- if we could draw up to your kitchen a result or an agreement reached was near the (southeast const of Eng- TO RECEIVE INCREASE of tonnage being built exceeds that being destroyed by submarines, and, less days of peace and safety and tables now I We used to scold wlie.il between the Fuel and Railroad Ad- -. land on her wuy o nn Kngllsh port. on the other hand, the number or rescued the comfort appeared of little account the food was burned. Somehow, we! ministrations, under which the railExcortlng destroyer seen in n new light. Other feel that wo would he easier to livoi roads will pay morn tor coal than survivors who had fallen Into line on TO AFFECT NEARLY 2,000,000 MEN submarines destroyed is larger than arc tho number being built by the Gerwith, if we get homo. Wo believe they have paid in tho past. the deck of the ship Immediately aftilings that seemed important ORDER APPLIE8 TO ALL ter the torpedo Uruck near the bridge. mans. that wo will never ask anything clso of like account. OF 164 8YSTEMS. The movement or the 17,000 dratt- The soldiers loRt all their belongings. From a man who went to France of God if ui all can be brought to Soldiers Were Asleep. Misngain. tho way we used to be, ed men ordered to Camp Zachnry gether as a member of the Ited Cross There has been considerable acLondon, May 27. Captain Johnsion months ago nnd who has since with our duty met and our worM Taylor began Saturday with tho ar- son, nn Americnn Infantry officer, who Suggestions of Wage Body Carried tivity along the lino ot tho Italian rival or 5.000 men rrom three Slates was on board the Moldnvln, gave n returned for duty in that stricken safe. Out, But Hours of Work Are Not trontier during the week. Tho AusWo lie awake at night in the barns Ohio. Indinna and Kentucky. Tha Dally Telegraph representative this land, tho Itev. Iloherl Davis, of To Be Reduced Retroactive to Last trian troops havo attacked nt sevwhere we are billeted and hato our-spI- Ohio selects are the first men from account of the sinking. Knglewood. N. J., comes the followJanuary 1. eral points, both in the mountain for the times that von have the Iluckeye state sent 'to Camp region ot tho North nnd along tha ing message addressed "To the Wo"The Mdp was struck Just forward of the engines on the port side. All the Westfrn Newspaper Union News Service. Piavo river. In all cases they were men of America from American cried when you smelt liquor on us. Zachary Taylor. troops were In tholr bunks sleeping In Washington. General pay Increases driven back, in somo places with Men in France." n messago which We want you to know or all Hie unannual com- their uniforms. There wus a loud ex- for nearly two million railroad em considerable loss ot lifo. this magazine considers it a high spoken prayers now being made for Tho seventy-thir- d your forgiveness. mencement exercises of the Ken- plosion nnd then tho (.hip's whistle ) pioyes "were announced by Director privilege to givo to the world: evGeneral McAdoo, retroactive to last from is chiefly for your sake, you tucky Military Institute were held wns blown, which was a signal for It To the Women of America erybody to come on deck. The men I January 1, carrying out substantially ie Tho position of President Wilson, Women of America, that wo nre Fridny when the members or the American Men in (Franco. hnd been assigned to particular bonts recommendations of the Railway in regard to Russia, is coming to be to see this thing through. Some graduating class were presented Sunday afternoon, in It is n still and boat drill hnd been held every day. aggregate ol first Sun- of us came to escape routine, or for with their diplomas and commis- The men assembled In perfect order. Wage Commission. The will be more generally adopted by tho Allies.; H a still clean valley.-l- hc the increases probably discipline was splendid, the best than $300,000,000 a year, half of which is being realized that the cause for day of the Expeditionary Force in adventure or because we had failed sions. Their which tho war is being fought would I ever saw. their permanent camp. The church and ran away from it, But that, will be distributed within a few weeks tho too, is pnL Now wo know that we "Tim Moldnvln listed to port, but as back pay In lump sums ranging not be accomplished if Russia wcro bell are ringing back home, in Food Administrator Fred Federal rnn white churches of the villages, in aro in this thing for the sake or M. Sackett has heard the cases of righted Itself andbeing on for nbout 15 from about 1100 to nearly $200 each. left to her own fate and should bo hit ngain. Then The Director General departed from so divided as to count for liltlo on city corners, America, and about all there is to six Kentucky flour millers who were, minutes to nvold the stone churches It began to sink steadily. Orders were the Wage Commission's recommenda- among Iho nations. Tho policy mu6t fitiil vmi nn enlerinc your places, America for' us is yon. Lovo us all called before him to show cause why given to lower the boats nnd rnfts nnd tions In the following particulars: bo one of pntiencc; and every opwhere we have in other times sat yon can. their licenses should not bo re- we got oft." The principle of the basic eight-hou- r portunity that arises must be move Eat voked. Every day the signal to circling day Is recognized, beside you. where we, as iitti'J "Destroyers hnd been but owing to exigen' hoys, rested our sleepy beads on gets nearer. It is lite marking olT as cies of the war situation, hours ot em- grasped to aid in that direction. around us all the time nnd as soon your comfortable laps, you mothers, tho days on a calendar, this heavy selective the Moldavia was struck they dropped o ployment are not actually reduced and 3,200 Approximately where wo stood besido you nnd expectancy. Wo aro told that this service eligibles will be added to several depth chnnres. No second overtime Is to be paid pro rata; future A recent conference between Emwns fired nnd we saw nothing of readjustments of pay are to be made held vour singing book when we first liltlo Division is going to bo tho draft here on Juno 5, when Louperor William, of Germany, and EmWe remained In the the submarine. sacrificed to lift Freneli morale. So were "first married, you wives, peror Charles, of Austra-Hungar- y, and Jefferson County regis- life boats until the ship sank, when on the basis ot eight hours. am-- 1 isville In addition to the ordinary scale ot where wo watched you shyly as he it. There will be blunders of ters tho young men who havo at- we were tuken on board the destroy- increase, day laborers, employed main- lias served to unito them more firmyou bowed during prayer, you girls atenr officers, or short supplies. tained tho age of 21 since June 5. ers. at ly on track work, are to get at least ly together, and, for tho timo There will he deadly mechanical 1017. Arrangements already havo of golden hopes. ''As soon ns the men got aboard the 2V4 cents an hour more than they re- least, shatters any hopo of a diviThis is no letter of ono to one. precision or mitrnilleuses aimed at. been mado ror tho enrollment of boats nnd rafts they begnn singing nnd ceived last December 21. A minimum sion between them. Tho ruler of but to alt you Wonvn of America us with three behind them. So be the new select eligibles nnd in most laughing and when the ship sank they of SS cenU an hour Is established for Saxony insisted on being present men ro from the total heart of your you it. We want you to know that wei or the districts places or registra- gave three cheer. the shop trades Including machinists, also, which is significant of tho know thoe things and that at tho love and need "Ot the 50 missing, two nre corpor-nls'nn- d boiler makers and blacksmiths; and in France, who of tho smaller slates of Ger...,.-- limes. samo timo wo are thinking or you. tion selected. the "others prlvntes. I believe women ag to receive the sapie pay as many to have somo voice in affairs. as wo never did in careless JT meiT for the same work, and negroes all were killed by the exphjslon At times like this Sunday aftor-noo- n. Wc wonder whether you are thinkLess thajn a quarter of nn nournfter aro to get the same as white men for a pensive gentleness settles ing of us as constantly as wo are News rrom tho Pino Mountain torpedoed virhnd thinking or you. You never seemed over a camp. It is very different section brings inrormation of the the Moldavia man been gone over the similar employment. To work out a On Monday tho fighting on tho every hnd multitude of Inequalities of pay among western front wa9 so hard that it gentle, so unspeak- from the ensy activity or week death thero ot Uncle William tually so loyal and so sides of the vessel Into the life boats. employes doing similar work In differdrive. ably patient as you do now. Wo days. No ono wants to ourrcl. Ono Creech, veteran citizen, nged about Edwin nnd Clyde Nosley of North ent localities, and other injustices seems to bo a renewal of tho Ono eighty. Although illiterate, Undo Troy, Vt., leaped from the deck nnd caused by varying rules of employ- Tho movement wa9 much wider have criticised you and disregard- has an instinct to share. would William spent much ot bis declin- were drowned. Hnd It not been for extending over a long ed your wishes for us. Wo have thinks repeatedly: "What ment and cor'ltlon ot organization, than at first, forgotten the little courtesies dear vim i!o for n man who is going to ing days in church nnd school work, this the losses which nre given official- the Director General created a new lino and becoming heavy at points to you and have hidden our honest ilio in three months?" and you know having made possiblo tho estab- ly ns 60 Americnn soldiers, would hnvo Board ot Railroad Wages and Working that nro now. On this account it those killed by tho ex- Conditions, consisting ot three labor is not yet possiblo to tell whether feelings about you. Worst of nil, that you would do anything ror him lishment or tho Pino Mountain Set- been confined to torpedo. The Uosley representatives and three railway ex- tho goal is the Channel ports once plosion of tho i you and havo mur- except fight him. donating tho School, wo have lied in tlement is all past. of America, we 'cannot grounds nnd much or the money brothers were on uunrd when the ship ecutives, which will conduct extensive more, or Paris. Tho big guns aro )inen dered lovo. But that wns struck. There was n shnrp list, Investigations and recommend wage most put into words tho prido and hom-ag- o necessary for buildings. dropping bombs on Paris ovory fifNow wo know that you nro tho nnd they evidently believed she wns and other employment changes. tho world, you , teen minutes. and trust that your men in turning over. Ronrch wns innde for deAll Increases now ordered will be ' women of Amerlcn. Wc know that Franco have tor you. them, but they were not seen nfter termined according to a percentage Kentucky's Greatest Accomplish"v wo belong together, you ami wu. Forbes' Magazine they Jumped overboard. scale, nsel on pay received In DecemIt is rumored that Mexico lias rement you and wo against Huns Shift Sunken Ship. nnd that it N Increases greatest accomplishment of The Germans hnvo succeeded In ber, 1915, and any within that which called her representative in Cuba, Tho time havo been allowed although tho matter is not certain. Thero is nothing that will take her peoplo during theso years ot shifting tho concrete-lndecruiser will be deducted. CONTENTS In many cases There has been troublo because d tho placo of n good newspaper in ocntenlion agninst tho organized Vindictive sunk in tho hnrbor of raises In pay In the last two and a half To tho homo. During theso wnr limos liquor on Mny 10 by British raiding years are about equal to the Increases Moxico'a messenger to Argentina, PAGE 1. Tho Patriotic Pledge. interests of Kentucky, howfrom Our Men wo want to know what is going oa ever, is not that 81 per cent of her forces. Nation's Women now approved, and consequently thosi S'ignor Fabcla, lost somo of his paOur Own Stato "over there." THE CITIZEN lives population lives in dry territory Tho Vindictive, according to the employes will get little or no more pers .in Havana whilo passing thru, in France. News; U. S. Nows; World News. to bring the news to moro than eight and that PC per cent of her terri- Times, Is now lying closo alongside the To correct Just such situations, when nnd H is supposed they wero taken thousand readers; is your family tory Is dry, but that during theso enstera piers, lenvlng n passage nbout Injustices are apparent, will be one ot by Cubans. Dy somo tho affair is PAGE 2. Departmental Columns. wide. This Is enough to allow the principal duties ot the now wags regarded as a thrust at tho U. S. Books. A Singing supplied witli its weekly messages? years of contention nnd education M feet Lihrnry Wnr go In nnd out, but, nevdestroyers Kentucky peo ertheless, to Germans nre not using board, whose creation was suggested mid oiritation. tho To France. Army. the by tho Railway Wage Commission. In Many read tho first installment of plo havo como to hnvo n correct the harbor. no cases aro wages to be reduoed. TWO U. S. AVIATORS KILLED PAGE 3. Serial: "Over There." of tho nttempta have been Unsuccessful our now serial, "Over There'" wrlt-to- u mensuro of tho evil effects PAGE 4. Locals. made by the Germans to dredge a pasby ono of our own Kentucky liquor trallle not only on her Many Houses Destroyed. Americans Attached to Flying Corp Roll. nnd homo life, but as seen sage between the two old cruisers PAGE 5. Herea College-- Honor In France Slain Machine hoys who faced dangers untold in Sidney N. Y. Fourteen house aad economic- life, sunk In the hnrbor of Zeebrugge. A Fall In Flander. Mountain Agriculturo: tho wnr zono. If you havo not in her industrial and PAGE C. German destroyer, sunk this week by a largo novolty factory wore destroyed perniby lire her. Nation Depends on Farmer; How lost your Inst week's paper get it and abdvo all as seen in tho bombs dropped by British nnval Pig organized Paris, May 27. Pnol Kurty of Phtta to Win tho War; To tho and read this wonderful story. It cious influences of tho lies close to the cruisers. delphla, un aviator attached to t&e Poultry Club will mako you a moro loyal Amer- liquor interests in their effort to Tho basin nt Bruges, which Is conFood Riots nd Labor Disorder. To Club Hoys; dominato tho governmental inter- nected with both Ostend nnd London. Food riots and local labor Americnn flying corps, wns killed la Tho American s Creed. ican. Hoys Thursday over the German lines, Homo state. ests of tho Markets. Is full of German shipping, but revolts In various parts of Rwoh are action Cincinnati reported by the Moscow corroapandent according to udvices reaching here. Dis tho canal Is not being used. Tho Work of tho Department: ot the Exchange Telegraph Co. The machine fell In flames Inside the GerWhen peoplo who know THE Food Administration. Moro than 2.000,000 members of situation Is pictured as inot serious man linen. CITIZEN have anything to sell they Roger Italhlanl, another pilot In the (Central Runeia). at School Lesson. by American fighting forces aro now find ready 6aIo tor their wares PAGE 7. Sunday Tho Treasury Department has ex- In Moscow tho 10,000 workr esafOoy-e- American flying corps, nUo has been Doy Scouts. Insurllng a reader nd. AH peoplo insured bv tho United States Gov Temperanco Notes. He formerly wa tended to Great Britain an additionby tbe Sormoro worka adopted a killed In nctlon. wont to know is where to buy. Why ernment, nnd approximately 11,000 al credit of $75,000,000, making tho resolution urging a consistent assem- chief of ono section of tho Americas Story: Wrynan's Victory. aro being received not accommodate them as well as applications Shcrin's Dols. 'Vboy field service In Relglum. Application for insuranco total American loans to that country bly and denouncing tbe Soviets. Let- - yourself by using our columns for doily. strike. Through$2,795,000,000, and tho total to all declared a one-daPAGE 8. East Kentucky News must bo mado within 120 days after cobellgerents a The way to wasto is neglect lo the purpose thoy aro designed? ' out various nrovtncos, notably $0,303,850,000. ters from Eight Counties. Joining tho service. .od l'odolia, the peasants are maintain is to save. destroying the crops and plantation. ' fn.-rn- . great-grandso- n Fifty-eighth ht suf-feri- ng 1 have a family of persons living at my house. have on hand . pounds of wheat flour. I agree that in my home we will not use more than six pounds of wheat products in thirty days for each person, including flour, crackers, Victory bread, macaroni, etc., until the next harvest comes in August. I agree to hold at my home all wheat flour which I have on hand over a thirty days' supply for my family on the ration of six pounds per month per person, and to dispose of such surplus as the United States Food Administration may direct in the interest of national safety. If my surplus flour is given to the Government, I am to be paid what it cost me. 1 make and sign this pledge as an American citizen to aid in the winning of the war. young men of Lancas- I ter nnil Garrard County left LancasIs ter for Cnmp Taylor, Louisville, for British Transport Moldavia in Sent Down by military duty. the Channel. Two soldiers rharped with desertion were arrested yesterday morning at the home of their parents in MEN KILLED BY EXPLOSION Caldwell County and will he returned to Camp Xachary Taylor. Victims Were Member! of Company B, Fifty.Eighth United States Infantry, Fourth Division Soldier Were Asleep at Time. London, Muy 1!7. Tho German submarine which torpedoed the British steamer Innlxviirru was buuk by an their way across tho Channel to France, wns torpedoed on Saturday, and about fifty of the number nro reported missing. The loss or lifo wns not due to drowning but must hnvo come from tho explosion of tho torpedo. I ho greater part of tho personH on board were rescued, nnd there was perfect discipline. Tho relation between Arccnllna nnd Chilo lins been growing moro friendly of late. Tho former country has sent n number of rcprescn- -, tallvcs to a celebration of tho of Chile from Spanish rule. .Sucli occasions nro notablo events in theso days. Chile has been tho most or all the South Amcn- -, can countries up to the present. intlo-ipende( pro-Gorm- an Clark County Hcmpgrowcrs' Association has sold 100,000 pounds of hemp to Eastern parties for 15 cents n pound. Nation's France . he-co- vp go-it- I tor-ped- de-si- 1 Os-ten- - nlr-me- n, l' o, Niehnl-NoTgoro- d y Vol-hysi- Commencement June 5 Next Day Summer School Begins Pago Two. THE CITIZEN May 30, 1018 LIBRARY WAR BOOKS University Column BAND VOLUNTTEER MOUNTAIN The final mooting for the year of tlio Mountain Vohinloor Hand was held on Iho lawn In front of Chapel, Sunday afternoon, i no meeting was College Column ActdemyCoIunn Movlng-u- p Day wns celebrated nt ACADEMY GRADUATING tlio Collogo Doparlmont Chapel on EXERCISES Tuesday morning at Iho Chapel i no AciHiPiny graduating oxercMoi Simonds, F. H. History of tlio world hour. Twenty Seniors moved onto will lio hold in the Tabernacle nt war: by leading authorities. Finetne piauorm. miss rcarson, mo p. m., Juno rt. The Dcpart-lc- d ly illustrated. In process of pubhy Professor Smith who spoke president of the clan led the wor- - niPni cordially lnvlo von In oomn lication! volume one received. in a very helpful way on Iho topic, ship of the day by reading n part out nnd bear what theso young Belloc, Hilairo Elements of the great war. "ino spirit 01 service 111 uic .uuun- - 01 1110 iieren rsnim irsitnii 011. mv pooplo liavo to say. 'Senior Class song was sung by tho, , lains." Palmer, Frederick With our faces Plans for the work of next year class and then Mr. Martin responded PHYSICAL EDUCATION in the light. A patriotic csay were dlscused. Mis Lorcna i.ewis in a few words or appeal ror 1.01- Tdf., j,( nndouhtedly. tho wisest based on an incident in tho Initio was elected secretary 10 lane uiu pp0 men 10 iano iuo icaumg pinie nI1( j,,, wny tnnl j10 (n of tbe Sommc when, lighting thru place of Miss Fairy Settle whose iu affairs. Tho .Junior class wa9 fnnl from Pra,nc nm conducts n heavy rainfall, tho French solterm expires. Tho election or pros- - represented by Uias. waters, "e, him along thru childhood and youth diers advanced to take a ridge ident was deferred till next year, .dwelt upon tho great unity that,,,,, (n mn,,irny in such n)nnnpr na and the sun suddenly broke thru .had characterized tho class during (o piv0 slrPng(n (o ,,,, nrm RWifl Liv stock ia marketed from the clouds and illumined their 'tho whole of tho year and besought nffH ,0 ,,,, foo nn(, g0dily ,0 ,,,s COLLEGE SUNDAY-SCHOO- L faces with a beautiful glow. a lower farmer to consumer Last Sunday was the final meet- - lb0 sophomores to take to heart the' muscles. It Is obvious that this Cheradame, Andre cost than almost any other farm Collogo Sunday-scho- ol example set for their instruction. m.nnc, of r,Paton requires not ing of tho Cheradamo's investigations of the mu ony fo0( nn)) c 0t,fI)K Hoyu uomns rcspunucu norore commencement, .enriy r PT product scheme began many ;. rrcise, lodging, early rising, and years ago, no is tno great wnr cn more sumenis nuenuou mis meeting sopnomore ciass 111 u 10 mu whatever else Is requisite to year ago. spcccli bidding rareweii than were present a The United States Department of prophet and his writings haw the full i development of the physical const! At tlio request 01 tne supemi- - seniors nnu caning mu claimed tho most serious thought agriculture reported in. 1916 that the tcndenl over 100 suidonu sioou wno iCr place, naymon jonivsun oiltllton Tn (cl musl no sjmpP) of tho allied nations farmer gets for his cattle "approxihad not missed a Sunday thru the (Ue Freshman class in a brilliant tfl np,,nrPi (0o wnrm, nor tho Clieradame, Andro U. S. and Pan- of to three-fourtmately two-thin- k no teaciiers who were pi us- - speecn lost minseii iu mu year. hod too soft germanlsm. the final retail price paid by the conwere .nessr?. 0f saying inanverianuy mm newus. Ipl pnrcn(, npwaro 0r i00 much Roosevelt, Theodore Fear God and bunuay C.nt every uur- - a scnior, hut jumciousiy recoereu rotrictlon in the management of sumer for the resulting beef. Clugsion. lionerts, .May, take your own part. ham, and Llvengomi. himself hy explaining tnnl no iook- - lnpjr (ariig ,0J.t jf t,ey Wonld Hall, J. N. Kitchener's mob. Under normal conditions, the farmer's 1110 enrollment miring uio winter Cd so mucn iiko a senior mat iv IIlajj(, j,n, i)raVe and fearless, they Noyes, Alfred Open boats. An acle,rni readied nearly i.ouu. uver n)n(i0 Mm forget tnai no was a rem ,n,?l )pl ,jn p( nl)ron(j oflPn in nj, share of retail prices of various farm count of submarine warfare: very iOO were enrolled in special cinsso. uving Sopnomoro. .miss iatneiniu onrv nov100( nn( aII1iise himself bv products is approximately as follows: vivid and based largely on survisen- - ,,p j10r. The work in special classes has Haley spoke for the Academy instead of keeping birii vors' accounts. grown during the last few years un- - jors. She voiced regrets at leaving, sjml p nl ,,ay wil, n sovo ani Aldrich, Mildred On (lie edge of the 71 per cent Butter til it has become a very important t,0 Faculty of their last four years, r!,.,inii,ii? t,ia einpnlnp.pnnm hv war zone. Very interesting letCATTLE 66 to 75 per cast part of the social service work of i,ut, expressed anticipation for tlio Knlirnnliolf, Ihev must let him face ters about the author's overy-da- y 65 per cent Efis coming years in College. The visit the keen edge of the north wind the Institution. life under war conditions. Potatoes 55 per cent of the Academy graduating ciass when the mercury is below zero, Stevenson, W. Y. At the front in n this In this way they will teach him appreciated Y. M. C. A. Poultry was especially 45 per cent flivver- - Diary of nn American Their presence helped to that bo was not born to live in a ambulance driver. At a recent mooting of the Board Vear. Fruits 35 per cent of Directors of the Y. M. C. A. plans nmk0 the day a great success. nursory, nor to brood over tho fire. Wilson, Woodrow Why we are at y were made ror tne worn 01 next Raymond men, unexpccieuij j((lt j0 ranp( aj)road as freo as the war. The difference between farmer's price year and a ntnigei 01 expenses was called upon, closed tne spcaMiis m i,jr,i, an, (lie air, and to gain warmth Turczynowicz, L. 0. When th" and retail price represents the necessary adopted. a rcw well selected worusoiwu- - from exorcise. Prussians came to Poland. expenses of packing, freight and wholeIn order to bo in keeping with the speed to the Seniors and good wish- Beitli, J. H. The llrsl hundred sale and retail distribution. spirit of economy during the war e3 for the underclassmen. OF MEN THE INTERDEPENDENCE thousand. iuin-b11 wa ueciiieu not to empioy a ut.11- ,ricr singing 1110 i n s aitogether initossible for one Bresbkovsky, Mme. Catharine Lit Swift & Company not only performs 1018-1- 9. ad- - song and two stanzas of the nation- The oral Secretary for f.(miv Qr on0 pprs,on (o ,)p abi!olu(p. tle grandmother of the Rusian c all (v (jepoiuipnt. on themselves alone. the manufacturing operations of preministrative work will he more on a anthem the event closed. and Reminiscences revolution. tno voiumeer oasis, ami win oe ins- - fCn that It was gooi to rcmuiu oui-iT- (e paring cattle for market in its falnjy mlIst neP(s ,iepend on letters of this wonderful woman. - ui- irihiuod more equauy amimj,scIve3 tliat the end 01 a year uuu (,p ppnpIp fronl tbe Southern States lUdier. L. A. Comrades in courage. packing plants, but it pays the various committees. The associa- - C0II1C a,i thai we had reached ail- -' for POtton, tj,0 Xortbern and East- that freight on meat to all parts of the It is with a tion win pay tne expenses 01 two ollior milepost m our progress. -- J Prn S(a,PS frnjq, the Smith tho the author writes on various war United States, operates 500 branch men to tho conference at Blue Seniors were present, 1 Junior, 18 nniliPtl materials in return for tho themes. Tho French title. distributing houses, and in most cases Ridge. Batson, the president, and sophomores and ii Freshmen. Thoraw SPnl inlo lnp xorth. Everv dans la tranchee," better even delivers to the retail butcher. All Deyton, chairman of Bible Study Academy class numbered 27. s(ate r SPeti0n of tho country describes tbe book. have been invited to go.l this is done at an expense of less than 2 ppmlj on lllc ollier 9(alpg for mar. Tiplady, Tboma Tbe cro al the Dr. Meail was elected to nil the cents per pound, and at a profit of only kplg op n,atPna3. Central America of the great war One front. vacancy on tho Board made by the about 14 of a cent per pound of beef. fnds bananas and cocoa. In tho lnVks; catching as it does th Ra no. Pro- -' absence of Professor factories tho factory own- mighty spiritual significance of Large volume of business and expert '00k .0 Centra, and South Ameri- the war it holds a message strong 7uT .Mr. v5 S'n f n"' and rubber. The different parts and clear for every thotful per management, make possible this indisof the 't was chosen as Secretary. son. noc or but J wouE tell bow f machines or any manufactured raker, pensable service to the live-stoThe following budget was voted lighting for V.mDvke. Henry inn ill' Wii". nuncicr, inu iiuic i and to the consumer, and make possible foi next year: peace. 'many different sections of the conn xiM the . College Department hopes thatt Irv Through trade the nations are Hazen, C. D. Alsace-Lorraithe larger proportion of retail prices Stato Conference Fund . 1. un nn una mnnv mini .1I ivx i A in International Committee received by farmers. tied together, der German rule ooioo him still. AfMr many delightful; Bible Study il4a nn1 nhala nn flin Inwn ' All men are dependent on other Swope. H. B. Inside tho Gorman Social Work empire. ; delicious and tempting rerresnments 10.0-Membership Ymt Book of interesting and buy Service. R. W. Rhymes of a Red were serve.l by the light of tbo;P'"' on the people who will 15.00 Instructive facta tent on request. Religious Meetings productions. The minister their Cross man. Uliuri lliu. KV11 25.00 UilllMlt'a ...i Blue Ridge Fund ... Address Swift ft Company, mifcf cnlieri Iho wnnlft nr lilo enn Seegar. Alan Loiters and diary. xr oo was one or tnoso Kino 01 garnering . ., V Office Expenses Union Stock Yards, Chicago, Illinois H. R, Private Peal. Peat. 25.06 Printing todc-- 1 Empey, A. G. Over the top. body else better. We all wondered .1('"'1 on the railroad employes two men to Expenses of n nni.i nn Sn nnirV'-- 1 liver their merchandise to them. Tlio Both these book are verydovivid 50.00 Blue Ridge not & wholesale merchant depends on tho in description but they ly. fruit growers or fanners, the fac- - convey to tho reader any high I nt Mm K"nil inf.inlrv. LVnol- - C A NEW BOOK ' '...-, r. r rnrmsi piiipn. lory for bis lino. The fanner de- - ideals" as the dynamic in the pur. .. . nn fnpforv fnr 111 imnroved By Professor Smith poses of these two soldier authors. ue is uif nnnl " iieorgia. n. !. A textbook of Community Civics Hoard. Mine. F. W. My homo in .. . . for rural schools written by Prorcs- - ear. tho Held of honor. colorjr Nation depends upon nation. Un ' 11 sor Smith has recently been issued ho wap cam wp l)0Ughl pracli Dawson. C. W. Carry on: letters in by John C. Winston Co. Tbe title of war time. Written to his family n n ...on Mm rni.ical v all our dyes rrom tiermany, !.. both for friend and foe, our pray- thero" r' Depart'menl f nation the book is "Our Neighborhood." It in America. "No printed thinu i3 sh0wing signs Wo depend largely on other er." Full of majesty is the con"Musio alone competes with religthat has come out of the trenches cluding stanza: is uuiu.u vci.uv...j , . iuuisu, Hrtre increase next year, i nc ion in the power to lift up man's ,, nPA ,navnt: coffee and tea. In return they do- ers, to elasses in rural high schools, ' , so spontaneously expressed has ' and to community workers in the nextlpend on us for somethings and for for us the spiritual exaltation or Speed, Oh I speed, what every ago heart ami soul," says Marshall M. anla fnrb.n i 'oii(,u...M.n .v.. ... ivnrk of Hartbolcniew. in cliargo of singing ia . ... fool modern's dis open country. Tn mv. .c n ronl Writes with a prophetic hand. tho il lm innnv innui- - our irauu. , 7- -u.u. , . ,;., f,nn llnvn- rl-- ,, danger drives out fear. country life book written for coun covery that Head the inidniKht's moving page, instruction for tbe Y.M.C.A., in n rnm nnisifiiv mnKO il certain' statement Just issued. "Tho two try people. Head the stars and understand: Tho book Is the most stirring be aibut wo seldom trace it to its origi n. nonnrimoni will .1.0. most military nations of tho world ' message to America from any of The cbnpters dealing with licaltn, source. We step into a grocery Out of chaos yo shall draw nnrsMf nal i.! have long recognized nnd systemat0 good roads, wild household arts, Deepening harmonies of law, nPT, VP,P an,i order some rice, but wo seldom her lighting sons." ically exploited this power. Durlife, waste, tho country school, are Till around tho eternal sun gone if ever, see tlio dark skinned rico Kellog. V. L. Headquarters nights. gra(ualPd or ing a long resldenco in Germany, imagination. Tho McTcham, Allen Put your weeps especially suggestive. The book 13 "ut. peoples move iu one. All your fifty grower in our both before nnd during the present ' One hundred and Uioi same is true of all other dishes. We on my check. A tender message Christ-Goprofusely illustrated and has many " hear, ls t God's comfort. 1Mb for friend nnd foe, our war, I had opportunity to study nt i,l"u' ta .....gword. More ought to no nerp. (in ma siuii m i.uim.. us happy of first band this important phaso of prayer. This book is one of a scries of Andrews, M. R. S. Tho three things. or lwo to como lo!peopIo have helped make army life, nnd more recently in JaA soldier of France to in uni if tho rico planters, tho fruit you. pan I made myself familiar with keeping with tho recommenda- - Bcrea with i,.,i oirnflivn hv civine crowers or farmers, or any srv This book, full or in his mother. A SINGING ARMY TO FRANCE " "b military music. In my opinion, tho Bu- lions of a combined N.E. 'back l0 sl0..ld stop work, wo would very love and solicitude and of strivc ,Q singing in the German army lias dono "" "A singing army to France," ing after the highest things, conreau of Rlucation Committee on enough Loon begin to realize very clearly folkg. u is not Tho. slogan indicates a new de mitre to keep up tho moralo of thoso ' homo .;.:.,'. citiniiifi irpr which Professor Smith served. tains the qualities that will make i.wt imv imnorLmt a factor thov " s. termination on tho part of the Army troops and to stimulato tho patri?t Tho Library has recently ordered it outlive tho war. our lives Just how much were in t0 copies of tho book for the traveling Tho war and the spir- Y.M.G.A. to meet the increasing otism of the people than any other Kniclli Was awarded they contributed to our happiness. , C0An , nnhln her, To each of these persons we owe it of youth. Extracts from letters needs of Iho soldier boys for musio single iniluence." libraries. Copies aro on sale at the Tho Stato Y.M.C.A. of Kentucky is Store. of French soldiers. One of the in the camps, nccording to a bulletin iin niipnd tho Vassar Training a debt of grattiude, To tho Chinese men rice. greatest books of the war. Its Just received here from tho Centrnl trying to recruit thlrly-flv- o summer, and Japanese tea growers and School for Nurses this spiritual exultation makes the Department headquarters of the per month for Army Y. M. C. A. sergrowers, to m' " A. Messner, head of the De- Mishan came in that tlio camp w Chas. " Work Council of tho vice nnd a large portion of tho men National partment of Latin for three years il ed with 500 women for the pres- - blanket makers, to the Negro Italian presence of things eternal seem Y..M.C.A. War Following the declaration should bo able to lead singing. French, wondrously real. bo eligible 'and Slav; to Swiss, Dutch. al Berea College, has just been callShe win. however, or Mnj.-(ie- n. iinrry u naio mat a Inquiries can bo addressed to C. nreeks. and everybody who Is need- - Hankey, Donald A student in arms: singing army is a winning army," tlio A. Tevebaugh, 315 Association Builded to Camp Taylor. During tho past :"r.. om " . . lor me wo series. When tho war has second year ho was Alumni secretary at Luther Ambrose nas ' cu to ina . IU rl .1 become a memory "Tho Student Army Y.M.ftA. is now planning in ing, Louisville, Ky. Wolmcli rVillnim n Hrnvvfonlsvllle. mil trip lO UWBlUy Slimild I'.IIUIJS oi.n follllUln " " a ,from in Anns" will still bo giving his its work for soldiers throughout the and religious of education iio him well. ho,iirm IIIU. uouniy. , inrn,,-message to men, nnd they who United Slates to beat the Germans nt 'V" w Rllm.l,l studv the Inn- ... "says no win worn ALASKA HAS "CHILDREN'S YEAR" heed will lay hold upon eternal their own gamo. and will be back in,Kuago of our friends and teach them Misses Edith Frost and Helen Diz- Thirty-eiglll0 8um:ner of tho foremost song values. Alaskn has responded to tho call jours. We must help to mako the noy, grnduates of Berea College, aro coiiogo next j'ear. leaders in this country aro now nt tho people happy who havo helped us Holinan. C. E. compiler In the day among us. Miss Frost has been at- -, Miss Vera Scbott will spend work in tho cantonments of tho Uni- of the Government to observe April of battle. A flno collection of war IV 1018. to April 0, 1019, as "Children's bo happy, lending a tra'ning school in Chi- - summnr with her father in OKia-t- o poetry. One of the greatest po- ted Stnles, organizing tho enlisted Yiar." HOP fflthCT IS n.i.-- unminnn mwin tm Ilin nncl vnnn nn1 will Inlfn men by companies and barracks and ems is Alfred Noyes' "IntercesThe Child Welfare Department if a nlaco at Berea for the coming ...m. n,n Rcienlillo Department ofi Forrester naino carries off lilgn sion." Nothing could bo more in- teaching them n scoro of songs which the Woman's Committeo of tho ........ i vi Rill. 'vnnr honors In tho Chemistry class Miss Diznev will return. they may sing together nt reviews terpretive of tlio need of our times National Defense, has 1o tho nurses training school at ima Kidtv is solving the labor Iin Miss Eunice Pearson will teach than his refrain, "Father, hear, or on tho march. It Is slated that Council ofnews that tbe territory Just Smith Dakota schools. will Oak Park. III. Welcome to all the ,.n,,aiMnn. forty-seve- n such song leaders aro received . x fnlka Don't Iho Seniors look swell in limit ...... . fl...iolil .1' iii into iho nlaco provided for and this number will do its part iu saving its quota of ' of caps and gowns. They aro all right. LEXINGTON, KY., BUSINESS UNIVERSITY of tho Head of tho Department soon ho reached. Ono song leader children's lives. Miss Lillian Newcomer, n grau- During the "Children's Year" tho a niwl Pbvsics in tho Sum-im.iir...i wo. Pi.nmUirv nt is being .supplied in each of tho he uJ Smouw U WJW R. Said BuImm UUtt standing of Uio Builneil, Short Hand, T)pt Writing and Telegraphy army camps. In addition there aro Woman's Committee of tho Council School of tho Ohio Stato Nor- - nato of two years muii telephone operators, U serve ier TblBCla 4n4 injluimtuil of National Defense nnd the ChilForces.' ma! Collego al Kent, Ohio. 1 no uassicai u.ursc. nas a m.hmu. OdIU-with tho Expeditionary can do tuach for to bo twelvo Itinerant song leaders for fount Uaif cvf tai already been sent to Summer School will begin Juno in tho University of Chicagoposthavo who will instruct the men In fling- dren's Iliirenu of the Department of rdt f Ulun 1 I'loiu t w Clo i ing nt isolated points. bummer. She wil do ,11118 Tho purpose Labor bopo to prevent at least half France, and 150 aro now in train- -' 17th and will close July 27th. C"urfor rrniurnt ltiiplufiurnt. of tho Y.M.OA. singing program is to the aiuiunl loss of 300,000 children expects to lako sum- - graduate work irt tho La tin DeparU ing schools to meet u future demand. Miss Ackley Sho develop song leaders from tho ranks under five, who die from preventable Wives of oillcers and men who aro'mor school work at tho Michigan ment and assist in the Library. causes and to improve the health of ninci(i, 1U idl tUadliitf thU and mako each military unit She has chargo has been teaching in tho Hlgii tUW'OO elegiblo for duty iu France are not Stato University. fcl'ool at Washington Center, Ind., WILBUR ft SMITH as it moves "over older children. accepted. LKXINQTON, KY. of tlio work In Biology at Berea. during the past school year. Tho books given in tho following list have recently been added to our war collection. 70 j,,, The Farmer's Share at ir j,t Pan-Oerm- an h" 1 m-ru.- well-equipp- ed "Med-ilatio- ns S oS bS " .1 1 " fr ck ne i.M Swift Company, U.S.A. I T; " ir self-doullti-ng r'i ii d, """ 8- d - Sf. "'' .... ". Mr. " ik-a- "7 ... ;- ,,,,),. u'. M ht , it' .... ,.,.., M iri it OVER 'THERE The Thrill and the Hell of the Trenches. Described bu an American Boy SERGEANT McCLINTOCK Sergeant Alexander McCllntock of Lexington, Kg., and tbe Canadian Armu Has Gripping Tale That Dvern Amertcan Will Read for He Tell the Pacts Unadorned. Wounded, a Distinguished Conduct Medal Man, lie Was Invalid Horn, nut Is Going "Out There" Again to FlgUt For Uncle Sara and Ills Allies. An Inspiring, Interesting, Personal farratlve, Full of tbe Spirit and Atmosphere of the Trenches. llXllIIIIMIITnTTTXIXllXIIXIXXJ In the Front Trenches. Wo got Into Poperlnghe nt 7 n. m., and the scouts liuil led us Into the front trenches nt 11 the next morning. Our position wns to the left of St. Elol and was known n "the Island," ho cause It hntl no support on cither flunk. On the left were the Yser cnnnl nml the Muff which forms Its hnnk. On the right were 300 yards of hnttereil ilown trenches, which hml been rebuilt twice nml hlnwn In ngnln ench time by the German (run. For Rome which I never quite understood, Hit; Germans were nbte to drop what seemed n tolerably large proportion of the output of the Krupp works on thin pnrtlculnr spot whenever they wanted to. Our hi Kb command hnd concluded thttt It wnH untennble, nnd ho we, on one Fide of It nnd the British, on the other, hnd to Just keep It scouted nml protect our Heparnte llsnk. Another nHme they hnd for thnt position wns tho "hlrd cnge." Thnt wns because tli (i first fellows who inm-Into It mada themselves nice ant i.tmfy nnd ren-do- lZXj thnt day, got him under the rim of his helmet, and his career with the Canadian forces wns over right there. And then, as tho dawn broke, wo mado out u big painted sign raised above tho German front trench. It rend: EIQHTY-SEVENT- WELCOME, CANADIAN3 o lines I We were a new liattullou. Wo had been less than seventy-twhours on tho continent of Europe, and tho Germans were not supposed to know anything that was going on behind our Bel-glu- pat up wire nettings to prevent any ono fron. tossing borub.s iti on them. Thus, when the German-- , stirred up the spat with nn accural shower of "whiz bangs" nnd "conl boxes," the same being thirteen pounders nnd six Inch shells, ttiut wire netting presented a Hpectncle of utter Inndequucy which hasn't been equaled In this war. They called the position which wo were assigned to defend "the graveyard of Canadn." That wns because of the fearful losses of the Canadians hero In the second battle of Ypres, from April 21 to Juno 1, 1015, when the first gns attack In the world's history was launched by tho Germans, and, although tho French on the loft Hnd tho British on the right fell back, the Canadians stayed where they wero Wo learned afterward that concealed telephones In the houses of tlte n burgomasters of tbe villages of Dlnklebusch nnd Itcnnlnghetst, near our position, gave communication with the German headquarters opposite us. One of tho duties of a detull of our men noon nfter that was to stuud these two burgomasters up against a wall and shoot them. In concluding this first article I want to suy frankly that any man who claims he Is not afraid when for tho first time bo goes Into that hell of lire on the western front Is a liar, and I'll tell him so to his face. Later we became Impervious, but that first day I prayed, nnd I would have bent down nnd prayed only my knees shook so. No. 2 K. THE BOMB RAID Da Sergeant Alexander McCllntock, D. C. M.. 87tb Overseas Batt. Canadian Gren. Guards put Illght here I can mention something which will glvo you an Iden why descriptions of this war don't describe It. During tbe first gas attack the Canadians, choking to death and falling over ench other In a light against n new and unheard of terror In wurfare, found u way the I.ord only knows who first discovered It and how he happened to do It to stay through a Copyright. 1317, by tbe Ilell Syndicate. I no. r Sergeant McClintock is an American boy of Lexington, A"y., who has teen service in France, was decorated for bravery, wounded, invalided home and now is returning to accept a commission. This is the second article in th series. In the first article he described his training up to the point where he reached the front line trenches. we took our position In the tine trenches In Belgium wo relieved the Twenty-sixtCnnadlan battalion. Scouts from thut organization cumo buck to tho vtlluges of Dlnklebusch and Itennlnghelst to tell us how glad they wero to see us und to show us tho wuy In. As we proceeded overland, beforo reaching the communication trenches ut the front, these scouts paid us tho hospitable attention duo strangers that Is, one of them, leading u plutoon, would say : W yurds In raachluo gun ".Next range. Keep quiet, don't run und bo reaily to drop quick If you uro WHEN h soldiers have to learn to fight In tho trenches, nnd I think a good many of our young fellows have thnt to learn now. "Over there" they don't talk of pence or even of tomorrow. They sit back and tnke It. Wo always held the flro trench ail lightly as possible, because It Is a demonstrated fact that tho front ditch cannot be successfully dofended In a determined attack. The thing we did and tho thing to do Is to bo ready to Jump on to the enemy as soon as ho has got Into your front trench and Is fighting on ground thut you know nnd he doesn't and knock so mnny kinds) of tar out of him that he'll have to pull his load for a spot thnt Isn't no worm. That system worked first rate with us. During the day wo had only a very few men In tho tire trench. If on at-- ! tack Is coming In daylight there's nt-wuys plenty of time to get ready for1 It. At night wo kept prepared for; trouble ull tho time. Wo had a night sentry on cuch firing step nnd a man sitting nt his feet to wutch him to see ho wasn't secretly sniped. Then we had n sentry In each "bay" of the trench to tuke messuges. Orders didn't permit tho man on the firing step or the man watching hlmi to leave post on any excuse whatever during their two hour "spell" of duty. Hanging on u string, nt tho elbow of each sentry on the lire step wus a siren whistle or an empty shell case' and a bit of Iron with which to ham-me- r on It. This, whichever It might be, was for tho purpose of spreading the alarm In case of u gas attack. Also, wo had sentries In "listening posts," at various points from a) to GO yurdi out In "No Man's Lnnd." These men blackened their faces beforo they went "over tho top" nnd then lay In shell) holes or natural hollows. There was always two of them, a bayonet ninni and a bomber. From the listening post n wire run back to tho flro trench to be used In signaling. In tho trench a man sat with this wire wrapped i around his hand. One pull meant "All O. K.," two pulls, "I'm coming In,"1 three pulls, "Enemy In sight," and four pulls, "Sound gns alarm." The fire step In u trench Is a shelf on which soldiers stand to tooic out ana snoot between the sand bags on top. In addition to these men, wo hnd patrols and scouts out In "No Man's Land" tho greater purt of the night, with orders to gain any Information possible which might be of value to battalion, brigade, division or general headquarters. They reported ou the condition of the Germans' barbed wire, the location of machine guns und other little things like thut which might bo of interest to some commanding officer a) miles back. Also they were ordered to make every effort to capture any of the enemy's scouts or patrols, so thnt we could get Information from them. Ono of tho Interesting moments In this work cume when a star shell cuught you out In an open spot. If you moved you were gone, j I've seen men stund on one foot for the 30 seconds during which u star shell will burn. Then when scouts or patrols met In "No Man's Land" they always had to fight it out with bayo-- 1 nets. One single shot would be the j signal for artillery flro and would mean the almost Instant annihilation of the men on both sides of the fight. Under tho necessities of this war mnny of our men huve been killed by our own 1 ( ' I told a "rookie"' that tho trenen rnts were so big that he saw one of them trying on his greatcoat. They used to run over our faces when we wero sleeping In our dugouts, nnd I've seen them In ravenous swarms burrowing Into the shnllow graves of the dead. Most of the soldiers' legs aro scarred to the knees with bites. The ono thing of which wo constantly lived In feur was a gns attack. I used to wake In the mlddlo of tho night In a cold sweat dreaming that I heard the clatter und whistle blowing all along the lino, which meant that the gas was coming. And finally I really did hear tho terrifying sound. Just at a moment when It couldn't have sounded worse. I was In charge of the dally ration detail, sent back about ten miles to the point of nearest approach of tho transport lorries to carry In rations, ammunition and sund bugs to the front trenches. Wo had a lot of trouble returning with our loads, l'asslng u point which was culled Shrapnel Corner, because the Germans had preclso run go of It, we were caught In machine gun fire and had to lie on our stomachs for a) minutes, during which we lost one man, wounded. I sent him back und went on with my purty, only to run Into another machine gun shower a half mile further ou. While we wero lying down to escape this, u concealed Britguns, nbout ish battery of which wo knew nothing, opened up right over our heads. It shook us up und scared us so that some of our party were now worse off than tho man who had ,,oon lind carried to the rear. We finally got together and went on. When wo were about a mile behind the reserve trench, stumbling In the uark through the lust nnd most dangerous path overland, we heard a lone siren whistle, followed by a wave of metallic hammering and wild tooting which seemed to spread over all of Belgium a mile aheud of us. All any of us could say wus : five-Inc- h "Gns I" All you could see In the dark was a collection of white and frightened faces. Every trembling finger seemed awkward as a thumb as we got out our gas mnsks and helmets and put them on, following directions as nearly es we could. I ordered the men to sit still and sent two forward to notify me from headquarters when the gas ularai wus over. They lost their way and were not found for two days. We sat there for un hour, und then I ventured to take my musk off. As nothing happened, I ordered tho men to do the same. When we got In the trenches with our pucks we found thut the gas alarm had been one of Fritz's Jokes. The first sirens had been sounded In tbe German lines, and there hadn't beeu uuy gas. Our men evened things up with the Genuuns, however, the next night. Some of our scouts crawled cleur up to the German barbed wire, ten yards In front of tho enemy flro trench, tied empty Jam tins to the barricade and then, after attaching small telephone wires to tho barbed strands, crawled buck to our trenches. When they sturt-e- d pulling tho telephone wires tho empty tins mude a clatter right under Fritz's nose. Immediately tho Ger mans opened up with all their machine gun und rllle tire, begun bombing the spot from which the nolso cume und sent up "S O S" signals for artillery fire ulong u ratio of their line. They 11 red a $10,000 salute und lost a night's sleep over the noise made by warned." There was one scout to each platoon, Big Dawn Droke We Made Out Painted Sign Above the German Front Trench. Ran cloud and come out nllvo. It Isn't pretty to think of, and It's like inuny other things In this wur which you can't even tell of In print, becuuso tho simple description would vlolato tho nlco ethics about reading matter for the public eye which hnvu grown up In long years of peaco aud tradltlonul decency. Hut this thing which you cuu't describe meant Just tho dlfferenco between life and death to many of tho CnnudlunR thuf. first day of tho gas. Otttclnl orders now tell every soldier what lie Is to do with his handkerchief or a pleco of his shirt It ho Is caught In a gas attack: without bis A niusk. Tho nearest I can come In print to telling you what tho soldier Is ordered to do In this emergency Is to remind you thut ammonia fumes oppose chlorine gas as a neutralizing ugent and that certain emanations of tho body throw off ammonia fumes. Now that I've told you how wo got from tho Knickerbocker bar und other places to a situation which was just ISO yards from the Intrenched front of tho German uruiy lu Belgium I might as well add a couple of details bout things which straightway put fear of God Into our hearts. At daybreak one of our Fourteenth platoon men. standing on the firing step, pushed back bis trench helmet and remarked that he thought It was about time for coffee, lie didn't get any. A Gerwar, but I can describe man sharpshooter, tiring tbe first time of ibe nnd we followed him slnglo tile, most of tho time along roads or well worn paths, but sometimes through thickets und rugged Ileitis. Kvery now nnd then tho scout would yell ut us to drop, und down we'd go on our stomachs, whllo uwuy off In tho distance wo of muchluo could heur the "put-put- " guns, tho tlrst sound of bostllo tiring that hud ever reached our ears. "It's all right," suld tho scout. 'They hnveu't seen us or got truck of us. They're Just tiring on suspicion." Nevertheless, when our various platoons had all got Into the front reserve trenches, ut about two hours after midnight, we learned thut the tlrst blood of our battalion hud been spilled. Two men had been wounded, though neither futility. Our own stretcher bearers took our wounded buck to tho Held hospital ut Dlnklebusch. Tho men battalion spent of tho Twenty-sixtthe rest of tho night Instructing us und then left us to hold tho position. Wo wero us nervous us u lot of cuts, und It seemed to mo thut tho Germans must certululy know that they could como over und wulk right through us, but outside of u few cusuultles from sniping, such us tho ono thut befell the Fourteenth plutoon man, which I huve told about, nothing very ulurm-In- g huppeucd the first day and night, nnd by thut time wo hud got eteudy First Rate on our Job. We held tho position for That Syitcm Worked With Us. 20 days, which Is the longest period that any Canudlun or British organ- busch," und a couple of seconds later, ization has ever remained In u front when some prominent lundmurk of line trench. Dlnklebusch would disintegrate with u Iu none of the stories l'vo read have loud detonation, some one else would I ever seen trench fighting us It was remurk: carried on In Belgium adequately deTrulu's arrived I" scribed. You sec, you can't get much About the only amusement we had of an Idea about a tiling llku that during our long stuy In tho front making a quick tour of the treucbes trenches was to sit with our backs under oOlclal direction and escort as against the rear wall and shoot at the the newspaper and mugaztne writers rats running uloug the parapet. Poor do. I couldn't undertake to tell any- Mucfarlane. with a flash of tbe old thing worth while about the big Issues humor which be hud boforo tbe war, ho h I shell lire. The Daylight Hour. At a little beforo daybreak came "Mund-to,when everybody got but- toned up nnd reudy for business be- cnuso nt thut hour most attacks begin, und also thut was the regular time for u dose of "morning and evening hute," otherwise u good, lively 15 minutes of shell fire. We bud some cusuultles every morning und evening, nnd tbe stretcher beurers used to get ready for them as u regulur matter of course. ( For IS minutes ut duwn und dusk the Germans used to send over "whiz- -' buugs," "coul boxes" and "mlnenwer-fer- " (shells from trench mortars) In such a generous wuy that It looked us If they liked to shoot 'em off, whether they hit anything or not. You could always heur the "heavy stuff" coining, nnd we paid little attention to it, us It wns used In efforts to reach the batteries back of our lines. Tho poor old town of Dlnklebusch got the full benefit of It. When a shell would shriek Its wuy over, some one would say, 'Thero goes tho express for Dinkie-" tho discarded containers of flvo shillings' worth of Jam. It wus a good tonic for tho Tommies. The Prince of Wales. A few days ufter this u very young officer passed me in a trench whllo I was sitting ou ,u flro step writing n letter. I noticed thut he had the red tabs of a stuff officer ou his uniform, but I paid no more uttentlon to him than thut. No compliments, such us salutes to officers, uro puld in ttio trenches. After he had passed one of the men usked mo If I didn't kuow who he wus. I suld I didn't. fool," ho said, "Why, you d "that's the Prince of Wales I" When the little prince cumo back I stood to salute him. Me returned the sulutu with u grave smile and passed on. Ho wus quite ulone, und I wus told ufterwurd thut ho made these trips through tho trenches Just to show the men thut ho did not consider himself better than uny other soldier. The heir of England wus certululy taking nearly tho sumo chance of losing' his Inheritance thut wo were. After wo hnd been on tho front lino 15 days we received orders to make a bombing ruld. Sixty volunteers wero asked for, und tho whole bnttullon offered. I wus lucky or unlucky enough to bo umong the GO who were chosen. I want to tell you lu detail ubout this bombing raid, so thnt you can understand what h tiling may reuliy amount to thut gets only three lines or perhaps nothing ut ull in tho ntllclul llsputches, und, besides thut, It muy help some of the young men who read this to know something u j I little luter ubout bombing. The 00 of us chosen to execute tho ruld were taken 'JO miles to the reurl for a week's Instruction practice. Huv-- 1 Ing only a slight Idea of what we were going to try to do, we felt very Jolly ) ubout the whole enterprise starting off. We were camped In uu old burn, t with several speclul Instruction otllcors We hud oral Instruction In charge. tbe first dny, while suppers dug und built an exact duplicate of the section of tho Germuu trendies which we were to raid that Is. It was exuet except for a few detulla. Certain "skeleton trenches" In the practice section were dug simply to fool the Oeruian aviators. If a photograph tukeu buck to German headquarters hud shown an exact duplicate of a German trench section suspicion might have been , This Is the first time you men hava been tested," ho said. "You're Canadians. I needn't say anything more to you. They're going to be popping there off at a great rate while you'ro on youi way across. Ilcmember that you'd better not stand up straight, because our shells will be going over Just six nnd a half feet from tho ground where it's level. If you stand up straight you're likely to be hit In tbe bead, but don't let that worry you, becauso If you do get hit In tho bead you won't worry about know It. So why In h Iti" That was his farewell. Ho Jumped on his horso and rode off. The Bomb Raid. The point we wero to attack had been selected long before by out scouts. It was not, as you might suppose, the weakest point In the German line. It was, on the contrary, the strongest. It was considered that the moral effect of cleaning up a weak point would be comparatively smalt, whereas to break In at tbe strongest point would bo something really worth while. And If we were to take a chance It really wouldn't pay to hesitate about degrees. The section w were to raid had a frontage of 150 When the Little Prince Came Back I yards and a depth of 200 yards. II Stood to 8alute Him. had been explained to us that wo wer to be supported by a "box barrage," Of it bomb raid. Alt night long, somecurtain fire, from our artillery to last times until 2 or 3 o'clock In the morn- exactly 20 minutes that is, for 24 ing, we rehearsed that raid, Just at minutes from the time when we start carefully as n company of star acton ed "over the top" our artillery, sevplay. At first there would rehearse a eral miles back, would drop a "curtalq was a disposition to have sport out of shells all around the edges of thai of It W 150 yard by 200 yard section. "Well," some chap would say, rolling were to have 15 minutes in which to Into the hay all tired out, "1 got killed do our work. Any man not out at the six times tonight. S'pose it'll bo eight end of the 15 minutes would necestimes tomorrow night." sarily be caught In our own fire, as our One man Insisted that he had disartillery would then change from a In one of our aerial photocovered "box" to pour a straight curtain fin money, and graphs n German burying covering all of the spot of our operalie carefully examined ench new picture, so thnt he could be sure of find- tions. officers set their watches verj Our ing the dough and digging It up. Thf carefully with those of the nrtlilerj grave nnd serious manner of our onV officers before we went forward to Uu cers. however, the exhaustive enre with front trenches. We readied the front which we were drilled und, more thun 11 p. in., und not until our arrival all, the approach of the time when we ' at we were to "go over the top" drove all there were time Informed of the "zero tlie when the attack was sport out of our minds, and I can say hour" made. to be The hour of 12:10 had for myself thnt the very thought of the been from 11 undertaking as the fatal night drew o'clockselected. The waitingsimply an time wus near sent shivers up nnd down my agony. until that our men Some of sat stupid spine. and inert. Others kept talking conA bombing ruld, something origlnnt- - stantly most Inconsequential about ed In wnrfare by the Canadians, Is not mutters. One the man undertook to tell a Intended for the purpose of holding funny story. No one listened to It, and ground, but to gain Information, to do the laugh at the end was emaciated as much damage as possible and to and ghastly. The Inaction was driving keep the enemy In a state of nervous- - us all Into a state of funk. could acness. In this particular raid tho rttlef tually feel my nerve oozing Iout at my object was to gain Information. Our finger tips, and we had had to wait it high command wanted to know what longer I wouldn't havo 15 troops wero opposite ns and what beenminutes climb out of the trench. able to troops hud been there. We were exAbout half an hour before we were pected to get this Information from to go over every man bad his eye up prisoners and from buttons and papers the trench, for we knew "the rumoff of the Germans we might kill. It mies" were coming that way. The rum was believed thut troops wero being gang serves out a stiff shot of Jamaica Just before an attack, and It would be u reul test of temperance to see a man refuse. There were no prohibitionists In our set. Whether or not we got our full ration depended on whether the sergeunt In charge was drunk or sober. After the shot began to work one man next me pounded .my leg and hollered In my ear : "I say, why all this red tape? Let' go over now." That noggin of rum Is a life saver. When the hour upproached for uj to sturt, the artillery fire wus so heuvy that orders had to bo shouted Into ears from man to man. Tho bombardment wus, of course, nlong u couple of miles of front so thut the Germuus would not kuow where to expect us. At 12 o'clock exactly they begun pulling down a section of the parapet so that climb over it und We Rehearsed That Raid as Carefully we wouldn't huve to we were off. as a Company of Star j j aroused nnd our rlnns revealed. Wei were constantly warned about the skel- eton trenches and told to remember that they did not exist In the German section where wo were to operate, Meanwhile, our practice section wns changed a little several times because aerial photographs showed thnt the Germans hnd been renovnttng and making some additions to tho trenches in which wo were to havo our frolic with them. Wo hnd oral Instruction, mostly during the day, because we didn't dare let tho German aviators see us practicing or empt mess tins. Then we 'blackened our hands and faces with ashes from a camp fire so as to avoid being seen as long as possible. After this they loaded us Into motor trucks and took us up to "Shrapnel Corner," from which point wo went In on foot. Just beforo wo left a staff captain cam along and gave us a little talk. Actor. relieved from the big tent show up at tho Sommo and sent to our side show in Belgium for rest. Also It was susu pected that urtiliery was being for the Somme. Especially we were anxious to bring back prisoners. Iu civilized wur n prisoner cun be compelled to tell only bis name, rank und religion. But this Is not u civilized wur, nnd there are ways of muk-In- g prisoners talk. One of tho most effective ways quite hmuni is to tie a prisoner fust, bend uud foot, and then tickle his bare feet with u feather. More severe mensures huve frequently been used the wuter cure, for Instance but I'm bound to say thut neurly nil tho Germuu prisoners I. suw wero qulto loquuclous uud willing to tulk, nnd the uccurucy of their Information, when luter'conflrmed by raids, wus surprising. The Iron discipline which turns them Into mere children lu the presence of their officers (teemed to make them subscrvleut und obedient to tho olUccrs who commanded us. I mean, of course, the prlvutes. In this wuy the system worked ugulust the futherluud. Captured German ouicers, ' especially Prussians, were u nasty lot. Wo never tried to get Information from them, for we kuow they would He, happily und very Intelligently well Instructed In the urt. At lust cume the night when we were to go "over the top," across No Muu's Land, and huve a frolic with Fritz In his owu happy home. I am endeavoring to be as accurate and truthful as possible In these stories of my soldiering, and I am tlierefore com-- l pelled to suy thut there wasn't a man lu tbe 00 who didn't show tho. stralu Under In his pallor soft nervousness. orders, we dlscurded our trench helm-et- s und substituted knitted skullcap with-drtiw- The English Tommy's battle cry as he breaks from hla trench. The bomb ruld and what happened. Of alxty that Marlfailed to return because the ed forty-BlGermans had prepared a surprise for them. Graphic description of Sergeant Mcdlntock's terrible experience. x There are six urtlcles in this series by Sergeunt McCIIntock. Two have alreudy been printed, and the third will appeur soon. It Is the most Interesting one of the series thus fur and Is entitled : "Over the Top and Give 'Em Hell I" a' Pago Four. to citizen May 30, 1018 The Academy graduating cxcrcl'fs School closed Friday evening will bo held In the Tabernaclo at May 17, with public graduation p. m., June 0. Tho Depart- - erclses for the Eighth Grade, ment cordially Invites you to como NEWS OF DEREA AND VICINITY, OATHERED FROM A Prof. 0. D. Lewis of Berea College out nnd hear what these young Normal Department, gave tho VARIETY OF SOURCES lo have to say. Icipal address. Dr. Wm. O. Best, president of tho RAILROAD CROSSING TRAGEDY Board of Trustees, presided and For Sale: Household goods, hit y, Friday evening nbout nnd mado a stirring appeal for the roan, chlffonccr, rockjng chair, May 21, winio tlio Welch Depart- - Public School. desk, piano, nrt square nnd crcx ment Store motor truck, with Rob- - The following received diplomas Get the Saving Habit. rug. H. Fl. Phalcn, Berea, Ky. ert Reynolds, driver, accompanied Edna Pearl Jackson, Zelmn Leon- It means a relief from many of life's worries. Ad by James Wagers, wns crossing tho nrd Peters, Bemico Pennington, Lu- Berea, Ky. Bank & Trait Bldg. Miss Margaret Hector, of Harro rallroad, Money in the bank produces u feeling of Just north of the depot, a cy Engle, Florence French, Boyd gate, Tenn.. I9 tho guest of her aunt South bound light engine, going at Cornet!, Richard Vcnable. prosperity; enjoy that pleasure. nnd uncle, Mr. and Mr9. 0. T. Spcn a terrlilo speed, struck the truck, On the evo of the examination at cor. A saving account means the cultivation hurling tho driver a distance of Richmond for the Stato examination sixty feel and smashing the truck, for Common School Diplomas live of the habit of thrift. Scicntillo horse shoeing, lino iron The blow fractured Mr. Reynold's 7th graders and one 8th grader de- . .. l IIU It PUI15 Ul llll ul,ii...v..u WOW Start a bank account with us If ,.n nn skull, from which lie never gained cided to go and take tho exnmlna- nt . mo ooiit-B.villi llm rnoh. f!. R.' Kn o hi. Jack consciousness. His death occurred Hon. ! fTl.rt Pitltnn I l' To the surnriso of their il. .Main Bircci, norm u. g,rce, " R the following evening at the Rob- -, friends three of the 7th grade passed aa- .,.,, office. nl. ... ,Ill .1111.1. lull ,A) t I II inson Hospital. The funeral took and ono other received a grade of f operations on his foot, has Jti't re place at the Baptist Church, Mon- - 75 nnd the other a general average N. TIME TABLE L. covered from an attack of dlpthcrla day morning, conducted by tho oi G3. Il goes without saying that Berea, Ky. Olen is now serving in A. C. 21 Rev. E. B. English, nnd interment the 8th grader passed. Tho follow- 1918) (In effect May 11. Douglas, Ariz. in the Borea cemetery. ina will receivo diplomas: Edna P. North Bound Mr. Wagers jumped in time to savo,Jnckson. Ethel Wynlt, Louise God- Letters of recognition and grati 0:53 p.m. No. 32, Leaves tude were received from the Pub his life, receiving bruises only. l.y, Mary Lee Wynn. No. 38, Leaves 1:17 p.m. licity Secretary of the Central Lib Eighth Grade met at The 1918-1- 0 No. 31, Leaves 3:53 a.m. erty Loan Committee by those who Z. O. LOGAN SUCCEEDS AS A nnlinnl IiaMOa lna( C n I fl 1 til t fltll South Bound KENTUCKY nml nrirnnizpil for summer recrea. HfciKtA BUSINESS MAN si generously contributed ndver No. 33, Leaves 12:03 p.m. Using space to help promoto the tion ami ,. urogram. Thomas JohnMany of Mr. Locan's friends will .,,. t No. 37, Leaves 1:01 p.m. OP,i nni sale of Third Loan Liberty Bond'', No. 31, Leaves 12:12 a.m. we ho glad to know that he is succeed-j- r Of course boosting helps, and Eleanor VanWinkle, treas- - SIXTH ANNUAL COMMENCEMENT AUCTION SALE Nolo: No. 33. Uio last train, vwu .llain.. , nr i, inc in the business world. For OF LINCOLN INSTITUTE OF Real Estate in Berea North of ginning to rcMz(S lue vaiuc of co sometime he was located at Ana urer. stop for passengers from KENTUCKY Miss Dean will take summer Saturday, June 8th, 1918 conda. Montana, but has recently school at Berea. Cincinnati, v., or iur otuui ui ",K"' operative advertising. The sixth nnnunl Commencement As executor of tho will of Joslah moved with his family to Gillete. I ville, Tenn. Secretary Marshall E. Vaughn Miss Bowles goes to Battle Creek. exercises of Lincoln Instituto of Burdette. deceased. I will ofTor for trnna nfinnl lila Htiffna wtfh nn (T- - Wyoming, where he has purchased Miss Sealo ;is at her homo in Kentucky will be held on tho Insti sale on the above date tho following We SELL hats and sell them right. L gtrul ginco mi(lnigM Monday, an interest in a laree lumber con- Owsley County. grounds on Wednesday, Juno property: lute ad. tho 27th, wlien M. E., Jr.. arrived cern; nnd they will now incorporMrs. Laura Jones. Mr. Dizney is farming just cast 12, begiuning at 0:30 a. m. The fore. ate the business under the nam Mr. nnd Mrs. E. T. Fish, son Lon- - Mother nn.i hi, are ,i0sn(r fine of Berea. IS Business Lots on Chestnut Street, noon exercises will consist of yy, Jt crouch wilt be at Boone of The Logan Lumber and Hardware nie and Mrs. Jennie Iish and daugii- by students with a demon- known as Burdette Mill Property. line of ler, Addie, were entertained at the Tavern tjn Jtme 6li, and wilt be Company. ,This WILL BE TAKEN ;slralion of the "cold pack method 1 House and Lot on Chestnut Street, ENLISTMENTS ..... ..v Jonn- - in,i i answer anv nuostions rot u . ..v., home of Mr. and Mrs. uuck i t nrori i nn tu r navy ... known as Burdette homo place. n one 01 hip Kins, m.nere i in in obuun r son at Whites Station, Sunday to ative ,0 cnH5(jnK in the Navy and ne since in the West, and his con ay w r.iuiiiu Douglas Roberts, or uio be music by the Institute band. I Lot with switch connection nnd nection with the company will llnii.iiilitiff Clollnn nf I .ntltavltlp. luncheon. to recruit for that branch of the nl t..t.i,, warehouse on Railroad Street. s """""" we mmtihi shikits, jiiiimic Irenellieii Hip orcanization creaU' ... . ,, tiiinvT nn Wndnes-.- .. (.i uiunii ... r, Mrs. Jack Laswell and daughters, srrvice. See him if you arc in t .1 ' ' ' " ' I Tract of Land near depot containV Mr. Logan will be remembered v, .,u9 tn "S.Z?. . i'iuii, u, Maureen and Nancy, of Brush Creek terested. , n. v.mv ing about GVj acres. miiiiv . a former Borea student, in the1.. i.niirii'.t .. . ...1., ......... mnn nl.PP.. wM..i- - ...... Helen Dizney, who is in her spent Sunday here with her mother, Tract of Land near Boone's Gap " Department, and married , , "Z Mrs. Nannie Brannaman of Chest- - second year of training at West Vocational tunnel, containing nbout GO acres. III., Suburban Hospital at Oak Park, nut street. m! CL.'?rl ", train, June 0. undergo final cxamlVj Acre of Land near top of Scafn iui 1. - uni(.i l . I,. . Mr. and Mrs. Hcnrv Woods and is homc for a fcw wccks' halloa otiipume vv......rt al.nl . l l.1t Those who attend should ueneral- - fold Cane hill. (Sand piL) ll.llivii 4lb iiiv rnnrnillllff ...-.- nil .,. in me neat ami iwer .: BJjfll. pnn.iiHnip - ,j niiiyf v..... Mrs. Hicks, of Wildie. motored here ini'ir iiiucut.'s, . niougii nicro 1 Tract of Land near Baro Knob, plant. ineir oiu iriemn nere wish iii.ij, uiiu . inu cn.nco.... ., , - 11. .:., ,: 1 wa ., . ....v- - ihni win in nu iiiMiriiiiiiiy 10 nuy simpi iuin.u uuiwia containing 15 acres. Saturday for the afternoon. TATUM BLOUNT mem success in ineir evenine for the Great Lakes Naval rr freshmeni on llm irrnnnil. scon i. Aicouirc. who lias been Edwin Tatum and Miss Olive businesscontinued Tract of Land near Silver Creek career. Lakes. 'IViinlnf Slnlinn nl Great 111 at Ins home, is now able to be .11111 I llli-- l 111 Iftlll ,(1.111.,111,Church, known ns Burdette Mounl, Blount, of Versailcs. were united in lliirtv niilis nortll 01 rci.nii.....iitA m Illinnis v among ins friends again. i...i i....i. ' - .n.i ri.im..iin tain, on which thero aro two flvo marriage last Friday evening, May wiT.ntin Tiirwpn r.nnn1 . . . uu w 1. .ww.u.. " " " ' fl. ;r.rwn lli.l.... .Ml ,llir T.IXI..I- -- KIUIIII.I1. I. room houses, 2.000 well selected ill IUi nullumnrouier miiispcin leu wonaay nth. in the evening at the homo n Will..,. T,L. on An.lm,. v.. ......... TnrL-nn...vnvi, ii.. pi,., llnvmotlU L',.,..,.n. i. III, 11, II i., LllllltT ...i .... fruit trees, and contains about 49 '' mill l'i ior a trip to wasuingion, u. u. ir. Il.n onn.l.loln nf Tlnrno 0f the bride, r iiiii vi mi. Johnson were enlisted in the navy wlal Lincoln Institute is doing for acres. Miss Mary Tatum left Monday for ear of 101 S. enlisted With ,,f lore'1 voulh-,n,t week' a"1, ll,oy wi" IeaV0 Lexinclon. T i n some time ago and Will also offer the following maMUSIC CLASS A. Eugene Thomson, Prnf f.lina T on nf Itanl TWr,. Hlthe others accepted on June 0 for; 1 am organizing II, terial nnd machinery: lr.ni,.in.. William clnlilltl a vacation class naval station in Rhode Principal Ga.. lias been visiting r?eren ihU now a student in a hospital!- in music, both organ and piano, to fpmn ;,.- - .in.innl. nlso I week, 15 H. P. Gasoline Engine, 1 80 'last Saturday and he will CHANGE OF BENEFICIARY OF H. P. Boiler, 1 50 II. P. Green Wall Ju"e .1?th j''i"el Dr. Chas. Anderson of Lexington hcgn ....... desiring to join should ar- - u. """ also B, with the Berea party- - w SOLDIER INSURANCE Engine, t Holmes cut-o- ff was here Saturday. saw, good macy, surgery and nursing. m. nn The Bureau of War-Ris- k Dr. Dunn fcmd wife wero here .um Insur ns new, 1 0x8 Fay nnd Egan Moul, w . ruuuvm uns in- - win uiitu iiiii-- j uu-on a. i. rAiwurus nnce of the Treasurv has issued the der, I Fay and Egan Wood Worker, Sunday from Riohmond months training, when he will be COIN OR CURRENCY MAY NOT BE following regulations: Mrs. Hudspeth returned Saturday Band Saw, 1 Fay nnd Egan Planer prepared to assume the responsible SENT BY MAIL TO FOR- (n Every change of beneficiary and Matcher. Lot of other planing from a few days' visit in Lexington PARNELL PICKLESIMER duties required of him. EIGN COUNTRIES shall be made in wrllinir nnd shall mill machinery nnd building mateMrs. S. It. Baker motored to Lex PROMOTED His Berea friends certainly wish sjnod by the insured nnd be rial sash, doors, mouldings, etc. Because of numerous attempts ington Monday on business, A letter from Parnell Picklcsimer. him success. send throush the mails to foreign1 witnessed by at least one person. Mrs. R. J. Cowdon and daughter to Profesor Smith, brines tho cood Sale begins promptly nt 10:00 . . rm i i ti n chance nf beneficiary shall be o'clock a. nu at tho residence propcountries coin and currency, oi uiiiuimiaii, v., were guests at news that ho has Just been nro -, BUSH JONES Post Olllce Department is again call- vn,j ,m,s, and until it is recorded erty on Chestnut Street in Berea. the Tavern from Friday until Mon- - moled to the position of Educational Mrs. W. S. Jones and Mr. W, W, Insur- day- Term., made on day of sale. training camn at Bush were married at the residence ing attention to Order 731: procln- -, n the Bureau or War-Ris- k Director of tho co A rhange of beneficiary shall, "In conformity with the Charles II. Burdclle, Executor Mr. anu Airs. il. u. Ternii and Fort Oslethorne, Street. Sun- nr.ntion, and the regulations there- - wherever practicable, bo made upon (Ad-1daughter, Louise, of Richmond wero Mr. Picklesimer writes in a vory of Mrs. King, on Center 1018, day morning, May 2fi. at 8:30 under, issued by the President "n blanks prescribed by the bureau. guests at tho Talum home Sunday, interesting way of Y.M.C.A, work a.m. Tho ceremony was performed September 7, 1917, concerning Ihoi to) A c,ange of beneflciarv mav hdwin Tatum and his bride were in his camn. and insists on the need by PUBLIC NOTICE brother English of the Berea export or shipment of coin, bullion, j,e made by last will and testament, hero Sunday from Versailles. of more big, strong "Ho" men for Construction work on the Scaf- Baptist Church. Those present, be nnd currency, it is hereby ordered Payments of installments of insur- Mrs. hugar wyatt spent the week- - the Y.M.OA. service, sides the bfido and groom, curren- - nnct 8ha be made u the bencflcia fold Cane Hill having made il im- end in Lexington visiting her sis- Hero is a splendid chance for Miss May Jones, daughter were:uiilt njted States coin or from)r po,i coinSi whether of United rjp, jn,t 0f record in the bureau tin-- 1 practicable to travel tho road, no strong collcso men to render ler, Mrs. Sam Baslm. Lrxington. Ky.. Mr. and Mrs. E. C.Siaies or foreign mintage, nnd gold f(, mp bureau receives notice nf tice is iicreny given mat mis roan Honry Bingham has returned from very great service to tho country, anu miss bullion, are prohibited transmission s,10, ci,ange. In the absence of nny will be closed temporarily from this oornenson or Herea. VicKsnurg, .Miss.. Mary Uavis or bt. Louis, wo. ine through the regular or parcel-piv- t, beneficiary of record, pavments dale from a point on said road at Within a week's time fourteen couple left Immediately by automo- - mails to countries outside of tho shall be made according to the tho County line of Madison County troop trains have passed through bilo for McKinley, Ky.. wher'e a United States and its possessions." laws of intestancy, until tho bureau nnd Rockcastle County in a northerhero going south to southern camps wedding feast was served in honor This prohibition does not apply receives notice that a beneficiary ly direction to tho southern termiports. and nus of the Scaffold Cane turnpike, of tho ocension, at the home of tho to foreign currency and foreign sil- wns designated by last will and Born to tho wifo of M. Jackson, a said distance so closed being about brido's brother. ver coins, which remain subject to fine twelve pound baby boy. Thurs one and All friends and relatives wish other provisions. miles. day afternoon, this being the third This road will bo closed only so them much joy and success. heir. long as is absolutely necessary in GREAT WAR LOANS PATRIOT DOLLARS Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Porter nnd CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR FOR THE All tho dollnrs in the world The following are the greatest tho construction of tho new road family, of Lexington, were in town FUTURE buy victory. Victory is not war loans mado by various bellig- nnd will bo reopened to the travel Sunday. as soon n. the new road can lie used Despito tho fact that so many of mirchased it is won. Dollars can erent nations: BeMiss. Esther Gentry, a former our Christian Endeavor members aro "work for victory only in so far as British victory loan early in 1917, with safety. As it Is impracticable rea student, has been visiting friends without great expense to open a having to leave, prooaniy .not to re- - jhey nre converted into labor and 5 per cent. Total subscriptions, in town this week. temporary road In tho Immediate turn, (at least for some time), Uio 'materials. A dollar hoarded is n Miss Helen Tultle, of tho Collego viptnifv fill nnrliitj ttlm nnjHnmlK society will continue to go and grow, slacker: a dollar wasted is a traitor; Department, has been enjoying n United States Second Liberty. , III 1.3 OAnil mill .. rtllwiHj aatltsk The following officers wero elect- - a dollar saved Is a patriot, doubly so visit from her mother. Loan, i per cent. Total subscrip may bo interested nro requested to ed for tho ensuing year: I'resiuoni, wl0n loaned to tho Government. Mr. Don Edwards has been spend detour via Boones Gap Roail on tho Luther Ambrose; Vice President,, iV boarded dollar represents idle tions, $1,010,000,000. ing sovcral days in Berea with hisj Eighth German war loan, Wi per West nnd by tho most convenient Kennet Hull; Corresponding Sccro- -, p0Wer; a wasted dollar represents parents. tary, Nellie Augustus; Treasurer, wasted power; a dollar saved rcpre-Ro- y cent and 5 per cent. Total subscrip- road on tho East of Scaffold Cane. Profesor Clngston, of tho Collego Petty. Theso officers may not so.,i, nower saved, labor saved, ma- - tions, $3,000,000,000. J. G. Baxter, Department, has been having a Frenoh war loan of 1915, 5 per County Road Engineer havo charge of tho summer meet- - terials saved. Loaned to your Gov-inpleasant visit from his mother. Richmond, Kentucky, May 15, 1918. 9. of tho Christian Endeavor, but eminent, it represents power, labor, cent. Total subscriptions, (Ad-1they will continuo through all tho n,i materials in nctlon. on tho flr- Mrs. Shearer, of Hamilton, 0., vacation and all who stay in Berea ! enmo Sunday for a visit with her iinn. over tho top. And more Austrian seventh war loan, 5 per There Is nothing more (laughter, Eliza, who is in tho' Acad during tnal timo aro wcicomou anu t represents reserve power, energy cent. Total subscriptions, $1,150- ,0LD FALSE TEETH WANTED urged to attend. To those of youf,tored, purchasing power conserved 000.000. delicious nor more sat emy Department. DON'T MATTER IF BROKEN who aro leaving Berea, wo wish you fnr n, owner. Italian fourth war loan, 5 per Ensign Richard Howard is enjoy isfying than one of these We pay up to 15 dollars per set. Also d, and hopo that you wnl, cent. Total subscriptions, 0. THE ECONOMY OF VICTORY ing a leave of absenco till Juno 11, cash for Old Gold. Silver and broken steaks that only our enrry with you some of tho insplra-i- - xo matter what this war costs tho n part of which timo ho will spend Jewelry, Check sent by return mail. lion received nt C. E. It is tho will n0vernment and the people of tho Hungary seventh war loan, 0 per Goods held 10 day for sender's approval knows how to chef with Berea friends, after which ho society as well as tho Col-- 1 xTnltod Stales in tho wny of money, cent. Total subscriptions, $000,000,-00- 0. of our offer. Maier.s Tooth Speciality, of tho will resumo his now duties in In prepare. Dept. A, 2007 S. 5th. St, Philadelphia. Pa. lego Hint you put into uso wnat n. t cnnir io bo much cheaper to (enslvo training at Anapolls for you havo learned in Borea; that .vIll ti.i9 war than to loso it. Canadian victory loan, November. Order It Just as you like four month, when ho hopes to bo you organize now Christian Endca- -i The commercial and financial 1017, rVj per cent. Total subscrip- transferred to a destroyer fleet in It medium, rare or vor Societies, Y. M. C. A.'s and Sun- - orSPS tlint would follow n German Hons, $118,000,000, foreign waters well done and you'll F. L. MOORE'S and that you endeavor! vlr.lorv aro not to bo calculated. Capt. Mathew Issacs Is spending to enllvon nnd sustain those thatin that wo spent would bo lost, enjoy every bit. n leave of absence with his mother nro already existing. beyond calculation indemnities on Center Street. op They're all full of flavor, would havo to bo paid, and along If you want a good fresh Jersey FOR SALE BourbonPoultry Remedy these loses would como a conwith served clean and ap- FOR or Holstoln hoifor, see Tarlton imA.v,;M CURES Stock of Ladlos' and Gents' Fur- tinuing loss in foreign commerce Ad. Combs, Berea, Ky. petlzlngly, and the price nishings, including store fixtures, that would spoil disaster. First Class Repairing drlokln water cure CAPPC Victor L. Raphael, who graduated LjkJ Is moderate. andureveutawtilU) and a fine sloro room situated on With theso material losses wo" AND dlrrboe.cUoler nd olhr chicle from the Academy In 19U, has fin Muin St., Borea, Ky., which can bo would lose our nationnl liberty and dUeuu-a- . One but till make ished a courso in Lano Seminary llvallonsof ni.xllcliMi. At'lruir-irtUurrented by purchaser of stock. A indepemlonco, our power to secure Fin Line of Jewelry Valu mall UMlpalo. and was installed in the Presbytersplendid opportunity for a livo bus our international rights, our right, bio iwultrr buuk fnw uu rtxjutbU HHIM HWOI CO., UiltitM. b. ian Church at Qreencastle, Ind., diciness. This slock must go at onco. to livo in a world ruled by tho Sold by Porter-Moor- e Drug Co. MAIN ST. Berea April 23, 1918. BEREA. KY. Kentucky C. B. Moore, Berea, Ky. (Ad-1tates of humanity and civilization. ox-7:- 30 prin-peop- LOCAL PAGE ACADEMY GRADUATION EXERCISES GRADED SCHOOL ITEMS E. F. Dizney, Principal SAVE! SAVE! Dean & Stafford REAL ESTATE flvc-lhirt- Best Blacksmithing Il! 'L to-da- y. V. Berea National Bank 1 ,, l. s 'UVrn , ' .".re rnl' 11- ,,.. 1 ,.. .""r:""';;. - 1 - Mim ,.h ,,'V". ,;,,! u. t ' il i'? :.'i..i 1 ..... i. T' fl :r;L"e:i,0l:rL,I n. ,.. 1 to, j v io 8) i. ono-quart- er A Tender Juicy Steak gs $2,201,-805,10- 8) God-spee- $1,000,-000,00- ad-4- day-scho- Seale'i Restaurant i iBT OncDrop Jewelry Store br 8) $100 in Education Equals $1,000 in Land. May 30, 1U1H. THE CITIZEN I'arfij Five NOTICE! AH Duff, Powell, "Some where in who paid for Liberty Bonds are invited to call for them Get Ready for the next Liberty Loan by beginning now. Lay aside your surplus cash and let it accumulate for the next loan. France." Duncan. Melvin, 22nd Squadron Aviation Camp, Waco, Texas. Early, Clinton, 149th Inf. Band, Camp Shelby, llatticsburg, Miss. East, Edward R, Co. 38, 10th Tr. Bn 159 Depot Bgd, Camp Taylor, Ky. Eccles, William, Jr., N. A. Corps, U. Washington. S. N. Observatory, D. C. THIS BANK will pay you 4 per cent interest on savings for the next Liberty Loan. Edgcromb, Glenn. Edwards, Donald H, Medical Re serve, Columbus, O. Edwards, John Paul, Band Master, 149th Inf. Band, llatticsburg, Miss Edwards, Corp. Thomas, Jr., Co. M, 50th Inf, Camp MacArthur, Waco, Texas. Edwards. Lieut Robert N, Aviation Concentration Camp, Morrison--, Vn. Engle, Lleul. Stanley L, 33. lit Inf, Camp tiinslon, Kans. Ernherg, Otto. 1 19th Inf. Band, llat ticsburg, Miss. Howard, George, U. S. S. Pennsylvania, Fortress Monroe, Va. Howard, John, Forward, Blrchlleld, Ky. Howard. Rny L, Olth Depot Blry, Guelph, Ontario, Can. Howell, Marcus, U. S. S. Goorgo Washington, Brooklyn, N. Y. Hudspeth, 1st Lieut William n, 333rd Reg. Supply Co, Camp Taylor, Louisville, Ky. Hubbard, Lloyd, Camp Sheridan, Montgomery, Ala. Huff, Capt E. W., Hdq. San. Tr, Camp Dix, N. SMART PEOPLE BUY DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS FROM OWEN McKEE THERE IS A REASONfl RICHMOND KENTUCKY Smith, John W., 4th Co. Inf, Casu als, A. E. F via N. Y. P. M. Smith, W. J. p.. Officer's Training Camp, Porto Rico. Smlthers, Frank, Co. B, 335 Inf, Camp Taylor, Ky. Sparks, Cloyd, Camp Slielby, Miss. Spcnce. Sgt E. L, Co. I, 18th Inf. A. E. P., via. N. Y. P. 0. Spence, Sgt. W. F, 4th C 1st T. Bn, Camp Taylor, Ky. Spink. Corp. Paul, 1st Co. Military Police, Camp Logan, Houston, Tex. Spurlock, Goodloe, U. S. S. Beale, via. N. Y. P. M. Stilwell, Lieut Abner J., Co. G, 312nd j Evan, Clyde. Start saving now and the next quota is assured Kvnn.4. Berea Bank & Trust Co. JOHN F. DEAN, Cashier Fred. Evans, John F, 439 Aero Squad, Vancouver Bks, Vancouver, Wasli Fairchild, Jas. T, 32 Co. 8th Bat, 159th Depot Bgd, Camp Taylor, Ky. The Citizen A'Jamilr Newtpaper for all that true, and interfiling PablLhril every Thure,ar at ! right, Urn. Kr. Cu. BEREA C II. On - PUBLISHING M (Incorporated! WM. C. FROST. WEKTLNDEKGER. Subscription Sii Month. Send R'j r unit EJiler U PAYAIILK IN ADVA Year Three Month money ... . . . . 11.1) ft) .33 Order. Draft. Krirlatered cent atampe. The date afler irour name on label ehowe to what data your aubetription la paid. If It la not changed within thrra weeka attar renewal notify ua. Ulaalnc numbera will be gladly aupplled If we are notlft. Liberal termi (Wen to any who obtain new for tie. Any one tending- ua four yearly eubtcrlptlona can receive The Cltiien free for one year. AdeerlUlns ralee on application. ty I'oat-offl- or Bipmi Money Letter, or on and two Berea College HONOR ROLL Berea Collegu is proud df tho record of its soldier boys. They liavo nnswered tho call of our Country with tho spirit or men. Wo shall always follow up their career with the deepest interest. The names of Homo nre probably not on this list If any one knows of a Berea man in tho Army whoso namo is not ia this list send in the name and address to tho President's 011.ee, Beroa College, Berea, Ky. Good fortune go with all. Adams, Lieut. Tounseu, 149th Inf., Camp Shelby, llatticsburg, Miss. Adams, Lieut. Wiley, I. S. of A., M. G. Sec. Ft Sill, Okla. Aler, Antonio, 159th U. S. Inf., Camp Shelby, llattiesburg. Miss. Alford, Green B, Somewhere in France. (Full address will bo appreciated.) Ainburgy. Denver, Co. M, 1.9th Inf , Bailey, Frank, lied Cross Military Hospital, Somewhere in France. Baily, Green, Hadio Co- - U. S. Navy, Cambridge, Mass. Ballard, Dcwise. Ballard, lloscoo. Balllnger, William II., Battery F, 312 F. A- - Camp Meade, Baltimore. liaison, Liout C. C, 1 19th Inf, Camp Shelby, llatticsburg, Miss. Batson, Ileuben B.. Oth Provisional Co., 2nd M. M. Keg- - Camp Hancock, Ga. Bonlleld, Bracknel, H. 0. Co., Oth Inf., A. E. F.. via N. Y. P. M. Bicknell, Corp. J. Paul, Hdq. Co, 119th Inf, Band, llattiesburg, Miss. Biggerstaff. Homer. Biggerstaff, Sgt. Lloyd, Oth Tr. Biu Camp Jackson, &'. C. Billry, Cheerful, H. Co. Naval Hosp., Portsmouth, Va. Blrchlleld. William, Co. F., 20th Eng., Discharged on account of disability. Bowman, Lieut F. 0, Co. L, 37tt Inf. Discharged on account of injury received in service. Bowman, Linnoy, 38th Co. 10 Tr. Bn., 158th Depot Bgd., Camp Sherman, 0. Bowling, Grovor, Camp Shelby, Mis. lioyer, Clarence, U. S. S. Florid?, Postmastor, Now York City. Branson, Jerry, Co. A, Ban. B. Gunners' Mates School, Great Lakes, 4- Brown, W. Wilson, Camp Taylor, Kentucky. Brashcar, Dishman, U. S. S. Bridge, care Postmaster, New York City. Iliichannan, Wallace. Camp, Buford, 322nd F. A., Camp Sherman, Chilicothe, O. Calhoun, Quincey, Ft Lee, Petersburg, Va. Campbell, Piner, Naval Tr. Sla., Co. B. 2nd lleg., Great Lakes. III. Campbell, William, Chief Bugler, 149 Inf. Band. llattiesburg, Miss. Carpenter, Sgt. Rollins, Troop B, Mil. Police, Camp Funsten, Kans. Caudill, Sgt James B, Co. D, 316th Engineers, Camp Lewis, Wash. Cecil, Capt J. J, Troop B, 13th Cav, Sanfordyce, Texas. Chapman, Floyd, M. G. Co, 149th Inf., Camp Shelby, llatticsburg, Miss. Chapman, Henry Clay, 1 S9 M. G. Co, Camp Shelby, llattiesburg, Miss. Chastccn. Ernest 150th U. S. Inf., Camp Shelby, llatticsburg, Mis?. 'Co., Childs, Herman, N. Y. S. Newport, P.. I. Childs. "Manly," U. S. S. Nebraska. caro Postmaster, New York City. Clark, Claude, Co. M. 321st Inf, Camp Jackson, Columbia, S. C. Clark, Walter, 31 Inf. Med. Depl, Fort Bliss. Texas. Clark, Carl H, Co. K, 315 Inr.,Camp -8 Farmer. Frank, Camp Sherman, 0, Fenwlck, Leonard L, Camp Custer, Battle Creek, Mich. Felton, Corp. Flavel L, Co. "A" 05 Inf, Camp McArthur, Waco, Tex. Fielder, Leonard, Hdq. Detach. 15') Depot Brgd, Camp Taylor, Ky. Fielder, William. Hdq. Detach. 159 Depot Hrgd, Camp Taylor, Ky. Flanery, Arch, Camp Custer, Mich. Flnnnery, Elmo, Oth Aero S. Squad, A. E. F, Via. New York P. M. Flint, Sgt Sherman, Fort Hodman, New Bedford, Mass. Foster, Samuel, Ambulance Corps, 10 M. 0. T. C, Fort Riley, Kans. Franklin, Harlan, 1st Co. C.A.C Pigeon Point, Wilmington, Del. Franklin. W. S, 150 Dep. Bgd, 23th Co, 7th Tr. Bn, Camp Jackson, S.C. French, Marvin M, U. S. S. Pocahontas, P. M. New York City. French, Ottis J., care Naval Y. M. C A, 107 Sands St, Brooklyn. N. Y. French. Elbert, Voc. Tr. Dtc. N. A, Co. B, Indianapolis, Ind. Frost 1st Lieut Cleveland C, School of Fire IGUli F. A. Bgd, Camp Funsten, Kansas. Fulk, Elliott L, Hdqr. Co. 149th Inf, llatticsburg, Miss. Meade, Md. llatticsburg, Miss. Md. Collins, Charles! Med. Officer's Y. M. C A, Fort Oglethrope, 0a. Collins, Robert E, N. R. Sta, Co. 8, Norfolk, Va. Collins, Samuel F, M. O. T. C, Post Ex, Ft. Oglethorpe, Ga. Combs, Charles, Camp Taylor, Ky. Combs. Lieut Sowell, Camp Taylor, Louisvillo. Ky. Cook, Tom, 108 Field Amb, British Exp. Forces, France. Cook, Albert Camp Taylor, Ky. Copcland, Robert, Dauphin Island, Fort Gaines, Ala. Cornclt Joda, 1st Co. 113th M. P., Camp Shelby, llattiesburg, Miss. Cox, Sgt Edward 0., Co. K, 148th Inf, Camp Sheridan, Ala. Coyle, William R, Co. E, 119th Inf, Camp Shelby, Miss. Coyle, Wade, Camp Taylor, Ky. Coyle, June, A. E. F. Coyle, True F, 30th Inf. Band, Head quarters Cp, Camp Green, N.C. Coyle, Alex. 1st Co, 1st Bn, 100 Dep. Bgd, Camp Custer, Mich. Craft John. Crain, L. G, 18th Co. 5th Tr. Bn, Camp Taylor, Ky. Crance, Lonoy, Camp Taylor, Louis ville, Ky. Cress, Rollle, Co. K. 148th Inf, Camp Sheridan, Ala. Creech, Roy, 53rd Co, Naval Train ing Station, Norfolk, Va. Curry, Everett, 5th Co. Del. C. A. C, A. E. F. France, via New York. Daniels, Capt Irving, Co. C, 509th Eng, Camp Trovls, Texas. Davis, Sheldon, Hdn.r. Co. 109th Field Artillery, Camp Hancock, Ga. Day, Kclloy, Naval Training Station, Great Lakes, III. Dean, Lieut. William. 330 Inf, Camp Taylor, Louisvillo, Ky. Dogman, C. G, Amb. Co. 114, Camp Bovie, Ft. Worth. Texas. Dommon, Sgt. Wlllard C, 7th Cav. Troop H, Fort Bliss, Tex. Diamond, Aubrey P., 1 18 U. S. Aero Squad. A. E. F, Care Adj. Goa., Washington, D. C. Divine, Melvin, Camp Taylor, Ky. Dixon, Chester, Camp Taylor, Louis villo, Ky. Dixon, Lieut. Elmer, Ft Thomas, Ky. Gabbard, Scrg. E. Blaine, Ambulance Corps No. 12, American Expeditionary Forces. Gabbard, John B, 330th Inf, C. E, Camp Taylor, Ky. Gay, Colson, France, via New York. GiblK Cecil, Camp Taylor, Ky. Gihbs, Warren, Camp Taylor, Ky. Gillon. Roy, Co. L, 10th Inf, Ft BenJ. Harrison, Ind. Glista, Joe. 18 Co, 5th Inf. Depot Bgd, Camp Devens, Mass. Godbey, Capt Chauncey, Camp Dodge, Des Moines, Ia. Golden, Leo, Camp Taylor. Griflln, Lieut Arleigh C, Fort An drews, Mass. Griflln, Fleming B, M. D. Hdqs, Adv. Sec, L. of C. A. E. F. France. Gross, Frank, Co. M. 4th Inf, Gettys burg, Pa. Gross, Orville, Recruit C. A. C, Fort Mott, Salem, N. J. Hackelt Sergt. H. W., Lino 272, Kelly Field No. 1, San Antonio, Tot. Hall, Lieut John, M. G. Co. 53. Military Branch, Chattanooga. Tenn. Haley. Corp. Earl D, Ord. Depot 38tn Div, Camp Shelby, llattiesburg, Miss. Halzak, George, U. S. Gen. Hosp. No. 7 Roland Park, Baltimore, Md. Hannah, Robt N, Co. B, 57th Eng, Camp Laurell, Md. Hart, Lieut. Joseph, Camp Taylor, Louisville, Ky. Barrel, Gordon, 10th Inf. Med. Dpt. Fort Benjamin Harrison, Ind. Harrison, Creed O, U. S. S. So. Dakota, P. M. New York City. Hammond. Sorgt. Benjamin, 333rd Inf, Camp Taylor, Louisvillo, Ky. Hays, Sgt. Earl T, 18th Co. 5th Tr. Bn, Camp Taylor, Ky. Hays. Herbert, Musician. 119th Inf. Band, Camp Shelby, llatticsburg, Miss. Heinhrce, George, 42 Inf. Con. Q. M, Commerco St, Baltimoro, Md. Ileckman, Walter W, Asst. Band Master, 149th Inf. Band, Hdqr. Co, Hill, Ernest llatticsburg, Miss. B, Caulllns, Co. 1, Camp Johnston, Jacksonville, Fla. Milliard. D. Moss, San Pedro Macoris, D. R. Billiard, Dudley, San Pedro Mncori3, D. R. de do L, 1st Reg. Clark, Brill. Lieut James J., Jr, Bks. D. -, Dizney, Walter Dewey,Co. Lakes, III. Gt. B. 128, Camp 322nd Inf, Camp Jaokson, ColumDiznoy, Win. L, Batt. D, 19 F. A, bia. S. C. Camp MoArlhur, Tex. Brock, John II, 2nd Tr. Brgd. Lino Kelly Field, So. San Antonio, Dodson, C. P., U. S. Naval Training 31. Station, 1st Oth Co, Newport, R. I. Texas. Browning, Benjamin F, Somewhere Dooloy, John F, Supply Co, Oth Int. Chattagooga, Tenn. In Franco. Douglas, Veo M., Ambulance Co. No. Brown, Corbett, Camp Taylor, Louls- 2, Fort Logan, Houston, Texas. vllto, Ky. Hillman, Jas. E, Co. E, 20th Eng, Camp American University, Washington, D. C. Hook, John T., Caisson Co. 2, U2ht Ammunition Train, 37th Dlv, Camp Sheridan, Montgomery, Ala. Hoffman, Clarence, U. S. Aviation Corps, Columbus, 0. Frank, U. S. Aviation Hoffman, Corps, Camp McArthur, Waco, Texas. Hoffman, Glenn, Government Accountant, Detroit, Mich. Hogg, Harvoy, Co. D. 2nd Ky. Inf, llattiesburg, Miss. Howard, Richard, U. S. S. Pennsylvania, Fortress Monroe, Va. Humphrey, It II., 008 Aero Inf. Sqd., Nay, Walter, Camp Taylor, Ky. Aviation Camp, Waco, Texas Hunter, Harry S, Bait A. 119th F.!NeaI' Sidney, Battery A. 12 F. A. Ft. MOyer, va. A.. 32nd Div. A. K. F.. vln. W V. P. iNlckell, Clarence, M. D. 149th Inf, M. UWip Slielby, MiSS. Hunter. Hlnlon H.. inS fin 811. Flea-Ziehen, ira, t.icui., Lamp Taylor, U. S. Marine. Galveston. Texas. Hylton, Charles, U. S. S. George .Louisville, Ky. Ogg, Win. Emory, Co. 0, 51 Inf.. Washington, Brooklyn, N. Y. Camp Forest Ga. Imrie, Lieut N. A, 30 Coleman St, Osborn, J. 0, Co. D, Oth Eng, A.E.F, London, England. P. M, New York City. Imrie, Jack, 30 Coleman St, London Parker, Clarence, Camp Slielby, Hat- England. tiesburg, Miss. Isaacs, Capt. M. J, 320 F. A, Camp Parker, Sgt Thos. L, Co. F, 300 Am Taylor, Louisville, Ky. Tn. D-- 4, Camp Jackson, S. C. Ison, Sgt D. B, Co. D, 119th Inf, Parker, Robert Co L, 120th Inf, Camp Shelby, Miss. S'ervico Branch, Greenville, S. C. Ison, David L, 37 Co, 10 Bn. 159 unesier, Marine liar, ia- D. B. , Camp Taylor, Ky. aru, wasmngion, u. u. Johnson, Corp. Clyde, 140 F. A. 41st n 1 a, uas moines, uu" "a,l,n Division. A. E. P.. via N. Y. P. M. Iowa Johnson, Lambert, Co. I, 321st Inf., Pearson, Leland E, 32nd C. 154 Do-p- ot Camp Jackson, Columbia, S. C. B, Camp Meade, Md. Johnson, Stanley, Co. No. 45, Paris Perkins, U. S. S. Jenkins, Postmaster, Island, Port Royal, S. C. New York City. Johnson, Steve, U. S. N. Base Hos D. B. Camp Taylor, Ky. pital, Hampton Roads, Va. Jones, Elam, 21 1 Aero Squad, Park- - Perry, Frank, Co. H, 2nd W. Va. Inf. Perry, Penn, Camp Taylor, Louisfield, Tenn. ville, Ky. Simon, Co. B, 4Gtb Inf, Port Jcne. Phelps, Glenn, Ambulance Corps 21, Hpnjamin Harrison, Ind. Jones, Jolm R, Voc. Tr. Dtc. N. A, Fort Clark, Texas. Phelps, Glenn C, A. C. 2i, Douglas, Co. B, Indianapolis, Ind. Ariz. li'iiKiii.s, Clianes N, Supply Co. 35 3Sf Field Artillery, Camp Sher- Picklesimcr, Parnell, Y. M. C. A., Fort Orglcthorpe, Ga. man. Chillicothe. 0. Keffer, Lieut Albert H, A. S. S. C. Pigman, Huram, 35 Co,. Oth Bn, 159 Depot Brgd, Camp Taylor, Ky. Camp Dick, Dallas, Tex. Kelly, Burton, Q. M. Dept. Colum I'itmann, Corbett, U. Sj. S, Kcar- searge, via. N. Y. P. M. bus, 0. Killin, E. L, Co. C, 147 Inf, Mont Porter, C. M; Clay, Co. E, 330 Inf, Camp Taylor, Ky. gomery, Ala. Kimball, Paul W., 122 Service Sqd, Porter, Donald, Musician, 149th Inf. Band, Hdqr. Co, llattiesburg. Miss. Kelly Field, San Antonio, Texas. Kincaid, Bradley, Co. E, 330th Inf., Powell, Sgt. W. Stanley, Co. K, 330 Inf, Camp Taylor, Ky. Camp Taylor, Ky, Kitchen, Sam D, Lino I. Recruit Puckett. John Allen, Co. G, 149th Div, 1st Tr. Bgd, Kelley Field mi, uamp anemy, miss. Rackley, Lloyd, Co. J, Gth Reg, Camp No. i, S. San Antonio, Tex. Leavitt Roland S, 1.7 Aero Squad, Berry, Chicago, III. name, James watt, Army Y. M. C. A, A. E F.. via N. Y. City. Camp Shelby, Miss. Lewis Corp. Fred. II, C. A. C, 2nd Reams, Robert, Inf. Co. D. Med. Tr. Co, Fort Sherman, C. Z. Camp, Ft Benj. Harrison, Ind. Lewis, Hugh, Camp Sheridan, Mont Redden, S'ergt E. A, Co. C, 3rd Balgomery, Ala. loon Squad, A. E. F, via N.Y.P.M. Lewis, Noah, Co. L, 10th U. S. Inf, Reid, Harry B, 33 Aero Squad, A. Fort Benj. Harrison, Ind. E. F. via N. Y. City P. M. Lewis, Lieut M. G, Camp Lee, Va. Lewis, Emerson, Camp Wadswortli, Richardson, William K, Med. Dept., Ft Sill, Okla. S. C. Rice, Augustus, Battle Creek Ambu Lewis, James, Ft Bliss, Tex. lance Corps, Allentown, Pa. Linton, Leo S, Died at Camp Mac- Bitter, Corp. Henry A, Co .C, Fid, Arthur, Texas, February 3, 1918. Lockin, Earl, 47 Aero Sqd, A. E. F, Sig. Bn, Camp Taylor, Ky, Reynolds, Taylor, Battle Creek Amvia N. Y. P. 0. Lynch, Sergt Dora, 52nd Inf. Milbulance Corps, Allentown, Pa. itary Branch, Chattanooga, Tenn. Roark, Edward, 18 P. A. Med. Dept, Marcum, Leonard, Camp Taylor, Ky. Fort Bliss, Tex. Marcus, Charles, 112 Fid. Sig. Bn, Roberts, Dean Scott, U. S. S. NeCo. C. Camp Sheridan, Ala. braska, 10th Div, Fortress Monroe, Va. Martin, Orgeant Robert Med. Dept. Robertson, Jackson, Co. C, 23rd U. S. lith f. rf.. Fort Sill, Okla. Eng.A.E.F., France, via N.Y.P.M. Martin, Carlylo, Fort Lee, PetersRobie, Carroll, Hdqr. Co. 149th Reg. burg, Va. Band, Camp Shelby, llattiesburg, May. Bruce. Supply Co. 313, Q. M. C. Miss. N. A., A. K. P. via. New York. May, G. H, 87th Aero Squadron, Robinson, Charles, Ft Thomas, Ky. Robinson, Fred, Hillsboro, 0, R. R. 2. Bark Field, Memphis, Tenn. Forward. Marlow, George, Co. 2, Squad. 335, Robinson, James S, Olst Inf, Co. K, Aviation, Ft. Thomas, Ky. Charlolto, N. C. MrCann, Homer, Reg. 8, Co. 81, Great Robinson, Miss Minnio Jane, Amb. Lakes, Ul. Co, Baso Hospital, Ft Oglethorpe, McCann, John, 309th Eng. Corps, Ga. Camp Taylor, Ky. McComas, Battle Creek Ambulance Rogers, John L, "Over There." Rogers, William, Co. K, 1st Pioneer Co., Allentown, Pa. Inf., Camp Wadswortli, S. C. McGuire, Ben, France, E. F. Co. M. Rust, S. II., 305th M. G. Bat, Co. C, Oth Inf, Via. N. Y. Camp Upton, N. Y. McGuire, Lee, U. S. Naval Radio Royse, Felix, Hdqr. Co. 120 Inf, Camp School. H. U, Cambridge, Mass. Sevier, N. C. McGuffey, William, U. S. S. Missis sippi, caro Post Master, New YorK Sapp, Claud, U. S. Naval Tr. Camp, I'ortiaml. is. u. City, Div. X. McKay, Lieut Waller H, Medical Sandlin, Floyd, U. S. S'. Nevada, Postmaster, Now York City. Corps, American Expeditionary Scott Frank, Ft. Thomas, Ky. Forces. McMulliii, Samuel, 159th Inf, Camp Sellers, Rudolph, Army Y. M. C. A, Camp Sherman, Chillicotho, Ohio. Slielby, llattiesburg, Miss. Mcnzic, Leonard, 120th Co, 1st Rep.jScttlo, Mark, First Machlno Co, Ft Bat U. S. M. A. E. F- - N. Y, City Benj. Harrison. Ind. Sharp, Dowoy F, 22 Aero Squad, pm A. E. P, via New York City, P. M. Michaels, Manna, Richmond Tr. Sohool Dtoh, Stato Fair Grounds, Shorte, Serg. Braxton C, Co K, 148th Inf, Camp Sheridan, Montgomery, Richmond, Va. Ala. Miller, Robert E, Prov. Firo Co. 1. e, Camp Johnston, Jacksonville, Fla. Short, Lieut Cyrus P, Ft. Chattanooga, Tenn. William, 1st Plat, 87 S'qd. Mockbeo, Shorto, Scrg. D. C, Co K, 148th Inf., 13th Co, Ft Thomas, Ky. Camp Sheridan, Montgomery, Ala. Morgan, Reuben, Camp Taylor, Simps,on, Green T, Corpus Christe, Louisvillo, Ky. Tex, Co. F, 5th U. S. Eng. Morgan, Rufus, Med. Dept, Ft Benj. Slagle, Dean, Electric. Dlv. DetachHarrison, Ind. ment Enlisted Specialists, Fort Moore, Edwin, Hdqr. Co. 330 Inf, Monroe, Va. Camp Taylor, Louisville, Ky. Mqore.Harold.Aviallon Corps, Colum- Slemp, Lieut Alfred C, Bat. B. F. A, Camp Stanley, Leon Springs, Tex. bus, 0. Moore, Goorgo W, 379 Aero Squad, Smith, Verno Corbett, Co. II, 332 Inf, Camp Sherman, 0. Taliaferro Field No. 3, Texas. Murphoy, Lieut. Robt. E. Leo, 183 Smith, Frederlo L, 324 Field Hospital, Barracks L. 1, Camp Jackson. Aero Squad, Garden City, Long Columbia, S. C. Island, N. Y. 8, Smith, J. W, Co. 310, U. S. Amb. Murrell, Jesse L, Bar. 830 N. Co, Camp Dir. Trenton, N. J. Camp Decatur. III. Oglo-thorp- J. Inf, Camp Clair, Ray L, Military Branch, Y. M. C. A. No. 30, Chattanooga, Tenn. Stout Charles E, Camp Taylor, Lou isville, Ky. Street, Arvel, Med. Dept. 80th T. A, Chattanooga, Tenn. Tate, J. Harl, Camp Sevier, Army . M. G. A. Sevier Branch, Greenville, S. C. Taulbee, S'elden, Eng. Corps, El Pa.so, Texas. Taylor, Howard E, Y.M.C.A, 12 Rim DAgucssau, France. Templeton, R. R, Camp Greenleaf V M. C. A. Mil. Br, Chattanooga, Tenn. Terril, B. Harold, Co. M, 1st Pioneer Inf, Camp Wadswortli, S. C. Thomas, Clay, Ft. Thomas, Ky. Travis, Vaud A, Ft. Riley, Kans, caro of M. 0. T. C. Trosper, Raleigh, H. Co. Oth Inf. Mil. Br, Chattanooga, Tenn. Turner, Fred, Line 92, Kelly Field, No. 1, S. San Antonio, Tex. Twiford, Sgt-MajOtto R, 10th U. S. Aero Squad, A. E. F, France. Wallace, E. E. Hq. Co, 1st Pioneer Inf., Camp Wadswortli, S. C. Washburn, Major James II, Annls- ton, Ala. Welsh, Preston F, U. S. Navy, Eng. Wells, E. J, U. S. S. Minneapolis, New York. Wheeler, Val, Camp Beauregard, La. Wheeldon, Vernon S, U. S. S. Miss issippi, N. Y. P. M. Wheeler, Frank, Navy. Wiley. Robert, Naval Radio School. 3 Shepard St, Cambridge, Mass. Wiley, Lewis A, Naval Radio School, 3 Shepard St, Cambridge, Mass. Wills, Howard, Ft Thomas, Ky. Wilson, Frank, U. S. N. Tr. Sta, Nor folk, Va. Wilson, J. Oscar, Co. 01, Marine Bks, Brooklyn Navy Yards, N. Y. Wilson, Joseph A, U. S. N. T. S, Co. 118, Norfolk, Va. Wiseman. Earl, U. S. S. Allan, P. M. i New York City. Wolfe, L. D, 313 Aux. Reg. Sta. Vet Corps. Camp Slielby, Miss. Wolford, Capt. Luke P, 323rd M. G. Batt, Camp Sherman. 0. Young, C. Harvey, Fruilland, New Mexico, Forward. or St Grant III. Any information, such as more complete address or additional names for our honor roll aro wel come. Help us make our Roll a complete roster of Berea men in tho ser vice, ono of value as well as one of which wo aro proud. LIEUT. F. 0. BOWMAN H0N0RABL7 DISCHARGED It is with regct among his many friends and no little disappointment to tho jfyouns lieutenant thaX he should bo tho victim of an injury received wliilo in lino of duty that caused his military career to cease. Lieut Bowman missed more than half of tho work in tho second training camp on account of Ills injury; but in spito of it all, ho mado good and received tho com mission of second lieutenant and was sent to Camp Jackson, S. C. for duty, with tho hopo of his re covery; but immediately on reaching camp ho was placed in tho Baso Hospital and received troatmont for several months without improvement and was finally honorably discharged on April 13, 1918, on account of "physical disability incur red wliilo in lino or duty." Ua still is hoping to bo reinstated in the courso of six months or more. In tho meantime ho has accepted a position as Pay Master with the Cranberry Iron and Coal C4 Ho left Saturday to tako up his now duty in civilian life. His friends' best wishes go with him. Llttla Things In Majority. Beatly the moit fortunate oople (a this world are those who can get Iota of comfort out of everyday little things, for wo And a good many mora little things tn life thuu big ones. . a If You Could Not Go To School During Regular Term You Should Go The Summer Term. t -- f Pago Six. TUB CITIZEN May 'M, 1U18. MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spence, Farm Demonstrator and Special Investigator SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE 1st Door HOME DEPARTMENT Conducted by Miss Margaret Dizney, Director of Home Science "THE WORK OF THE FOOD ADMINISTRATION" An Essay by one of Tlio war lias served to exhibit to the country at large, as the country never quite- realized before, Its dependence upon argirulture and the manifold problems which beset our primary industry. There. Is reason to believe, therefore, that during iho coming year, agriculture will have the active sympathy and cooperation of all citizens and classes who are in position to render nid. The farmers of the United Slates will not fail to do all that they can in this emeruenev and. with favor- ablo seasons, they will produce enough to sustain the civil popu lnllon. lo keen our army and nav: in fighting vigor, and (o supplement tlin dnnleted resources of the allies. Kvery facility that the Department of Agriculture can command to assist them will be freely placed at their disposal. Department of - NATION DEPENDS ON FARMER HOW TO WIN THE WAR Willi our great resources of men and wealth, loo many of us have de cided that it is not necessary to exert any energy in defeating the Kaiser. Sonu have been resting easy with the hopes of an early peace. Others have not been awak ened to the seriousness of this con flict. Others have been quieted Some thru German propaganda. have rested on their oars with the excuse that they are too old to go to war. All of these excuses are worthless. This is a rase wherein every man. woman and child had better exert every possible energy to the assistance of our Government in preference to being taxed to the limit by the Kaiser. About the first thing (bat enters a patriotic man's head is where can be work best. Too many of us have, wanted to get Inlo some big proposition where wo could do something out of the ordinary. The writer has canvassed this field very closely and after careful consideration deoided that every man not able to go into the army could, perhaps, work better in his own community with his own acquaintances in a field whero he was familiar than to attempt somo proposition with which he might not be familiar. Tbero is, perhaps, no other class of men in the community that have tho same opportunity in their own section as that of livestock breeders. Theso men arc rated as leaders in their districts. Their word should have weight. Let every man canvass his territory and do all ho can do all the time. Let there be no jealousy. It matters not who leadership in a assume may district. Let tbo other man take the responsibility for his own mistakes and failures, but keep working. Results may not be noticeable, but the effort and spirit should remain true to this Government above all other things at this time. Carefully watch for German propaganda, which is being scattered broadcast thru this country by every possible means that the Kaiser and his followers can spread. Remember that tboso criminals have deoided to control the world. Those individu als who are not loyal to this cause, which havo been protected and fostered with our great American instilutions,'should be watched care fully, not only at this time but so long as they shall live. The German propaganda has been developed in a very scientific? manner. Let no man givo an inch but stand square for this Gov ly and wbolo-soulcrnment until this war is won. ed Give the young pig feeds widen contain a large proportion of protein and mineral matter, such as soy bean meal tankage, skim-mll- k, and wheat middlings. Of course these substances containing a largn percentage of protein arc fed ndxed with corn, mainly to form what is cnlled a "balanced ration, or one which contains the proper pro portions of protein, carbohydrates, fat and mineral matter. Never attempt lo feed a young pig on corn alone; corn will produce fat and energy, but not bono and muscle. Growing a pig is like build ins n barn. You must build the frame work first. After the frame of the hog is produced ho should then ho fattened. These rations are given as sug gestions. You should talk over the matter of feeding your pig with the county agent before you decide def initely what to use. You will find n place in your rec ord book to keep a record of the weinht of your pig and the kind and amount of feed used. Don't forget to keep this record We must be very careful and economical this year In feeding pigs Our country needs pork badly, but we must waste no feed in producing it. I am counting on you lo do your very best. Yery truly yours, te. our Home Science Seniors On August 10, 1017, on bis birthday, Mr. Herbert Hoover was ofllcl-nl- ly nnd formally appointed ns Fowl Administrator of tbo United States. But before this appointment bo was originating new ideas, formulating plans, and gathering together workers, which resulted In bringing Inlo existence the present nation wlda spirit of conservation. Fortunately, Mr. Hoover knew tbo hopelessness of not "practicing what you preach"; so first of all In bis own home was practiced the true service of saving. Berea's Vocational Schools money-Mreln- ff Training that adds to your general education. power, combined with FOR TODIfO MEN Agriculture, Cmrpealry, Bdoktaylag, Printing, Commerce and Telegraphy. FOR TOUNO LAB IKS Home Beieace, Dreeamakiag, Cooking, Nursing, Stenography and Typewriting. 2nd Door Berea's Foundation School General Education for those aot far advanced, combined with some vocational training. No matter what your present advancement, we can put you with other like yourself and give chance for most rapid progress. 3rd Door Berea's English Academy Course The purposes of the Food Admin- Per those who are not expecting to teaoh and who are not goiag thru College and desire moro general education. It also gives the best general education for thoso who wish a good start in study and expect to carry It on by themselves Mr. Hoover's words, nro threefold: "First, lo so euide and control the trade in (ho food products as lo fundamental istration, iiccording to 4th Door Berea's Normal School This gives the best training for those who expect te Uach. Courses are so arranged that young people can teach through the summer and fall and attend school through the winter and spring, thus earning money to keep right on in their course of study. Road Dinsnwro's great book, "How to Teach a District School." 5th Door Berea's Preparatory Academy Course This is the straight road to ROBERT F. SPENCE College best training in Mathematics, Science, Languages, History and all preparatory subjects. The Academy is now Berea's largest department County Agent TO MEMBERS OF BOYS' AGRICUL TURAL CLUB RAISING POULTRY I hope by this time your chicks 6th Door Berea College This is the crown of the whole Institution, and provides standard are hatched out and doing well. Wo have had a favorable spring for hatching, and eggs have hatched well as a general rule. Hot weather retards the growth of chicks, there fore, get as much growth as possi ble before hot weather comes. Feed your chicks as described in my letter of April 27 to you. courses in all advanced subjects. Raise in Board is forced by war conditions. To the regular price of board as advertised in the catalog will be added this year, for young ladies, ten cents a week, and for young men, twenty cents. This adds $3.60 to the year's expenses for girls, and 17.20 for boyi but still leaves the cost half that at other schools and "cheaper than staying at home." PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental fee and room rent Installments are as follows: by the term, board by the half term. A Temporary SPRING TERM ACADKMV AND NORMAL COLLKOK First: Do not let the hen run with the Incidental Fee chicks. Keep the hen up and let the chicks Expenses for Bays VOCATIONAL ANt) FOUN11ATION SCHOOLS run. O.IM 0.00 Second: llooni Keen the chicks freo from lice and Board, 5 weeks .75 i.io 7.5 coops free from mites. (See U.S. l'J.75 M.ro Amount duo March 27, WW.. 17.75 7.75 7.75 Farmers' Bulletin, No. 801 "Lice and Board 5 weeks, due May 1.... 7.75 Mites.") '2850 '27.50 '2550 Total for 1'crm Third: Expenses for Girli Provide the growing young slock Incidental Fee 5 7.0-5.00 $ CJW witli shade during hot weather. lloom UJM "lw Rango in the wood lot is excellent, Board, 5 weeks J ' 10.25 20.25 if danger from hawks i3 not too Amount due March 27. 191S.. 17.25 great. 7.25 7.25 755 Board 5 weeks, due May 1.... 27A0 '20.50 Fourth: 2S50 Total for Term Do not neglect to supply plenty This does not include the dollar deposit nor money for Books or of fresh cool water. J 5.00 5.00 $0.00 7.uo Remember that greater gains are modo and less grain is required if sour milk or buttermilk is fed. Sixth: Be sure you don't try to crowd too many young chicks In one coop. Be sure vou have mane noiea in your record book, as you may forget if vou put it off. Tbo men the world calls "lucRy" will tell you every one, that success comes, not by wishing, but by bard work, bravely done. Yours very truly, ROBERT F. SPENCE County Agent TO MEMBERS OF BOYS' AGRICUL- Fifth: laundry. Special Expenses in Addition to Incidental Fee Baslasas Spring Winter Fall 11040 112X0 114.00 Stenography and Typewriting 10.00 12X0 14.00 Bookkeeping (brief course) 5.00 8.00 7X0 Bookkeeping (regular course) Business eourse for students In other departments: TURAL CLUB GROWING CROPS understood beforo you can feed vnnr nii: or anv other animal intel ligently. All feeds aro composed of (1) Protein, (2) Carbohydrates, (J) Fat, (I) Mineral matter of Ash, and (5) TO MEMBERS TURAL CLUB RAISING PIGS The following facts must bo well OF BOYS' AGRICUL- Water. Protein in feed stuffs produces lean meat, muscle, tissue, hide, hair, blood, etc, or, in other words, growth in animal.' o Carbohydrates In feed stuffs fat, heat and cnorgy in tbo animal, but not growth. Fat," or oil, in feed stuffs produces fat, heat and energy in the animal body, serving tbo same purposes as carbohydrates. Mineral matter is used by the animal in making bono and in many processes is essential lo growth and maintenance. Water is very necessary, because about 75 per cent of tbo weight of tbo animal body is water. It is used in tho work of digestion. Your pig should bo fed, at first, so It will grow and make a largo fraino work. Do not attempt to fatten tho young pig. This would bo a serious mistake, pro-duc- For a club boy lo be a winner of a county or slate prize with his crop, il is absolutely necessary that his field bo very accurately measured. Of course this also is necessary for an nrcurato report on the crop and in order to securo a Certificate of Merit. Tho land should bo measured from either by a committee your local club, your local club two disinterested perleader, sons, or tho county agent. Any plot of ground containing 43,560 square feet, by actual measurement. is an ncre. Tho following land measures may prove useful: Havo corner slakes driven deep enough so they will remain until the crop is harvested. Do not plant closer than twenty Inches from your boundary line, as your crop will bo taking advanlago of land which is not within your field. It is well lo havo your land measured as soon as posslblo so that you will not be delayed in your work. Tbo British meat shortage is bo-ifelt moro severely than at arty time slnco tho war was 6tarled. That tho shortage is not confined to meats, however, is shown by tho fact that effective control of tho milk supply is being considered, in order to meet a posslblo greater shortage Inter In tho year, and that somo, sections of F.nglish labor aro favoring extensions of tho compulsory rationing system to bread, cheese and tea. ng OjOO 7J 10.80 Stenography Typewriting, with one hour's 5.00 0X0 7X0 use of instrument Com. Law, Com. Geog, Com. 1.50 1J90 Arith., or Penmanship, each .. 2.10 In no case will special Business Fees exceed (15.00 per term. young man or young woman can get an education Any a Berea if there Is the will to do so. If it is impossible for any young man or young woman to be in school the full year, by all means they should enter for a course during the winter and spring terms. The public schools will close about Christmas and tho teachers and advanced pupils should not bo idlo through tho long winter months but should bo studying in Berea where the host education can be gotten for least money. Applicants must bring or send a testimonial showing that they are above 15 years old, in gocd health and of good character. This may b signed by some former Berea student in good standing or some rellabli teacher or neighbor. The use of tobacco is strictly forbidden. able-bodied eliminate unreasonable speculations, compellon, and extortion, nnd to stabilize prices In the most essential products. Second, to guard our exports so that we may retain sufficient supplies for our own people to stand against the world's shortage. Third, that we may encourage in eve'ry manner within our nower Ihe saving of food in order that we may increase exports to our Allies." In order to carry out Ihe hopes and purposes of Mr. Itimver. n set of rules were made by the Administration nnd approved by the President. The following arc of most importance to us: "First, when purchasing flour, buy nt tno same time an equal weight of some (rice, oatmeal, cornmcai, cereal Irish and sweet potato Hour, or buckwheats Second, retailers aro i. sell wheat flour only with an equal weight of these other cereals." iimvoviT. the nolicv of the Food Ad ministration is not to rudely en force these rules it is appealing to the patriotism of every true Amer-irn- n to conform willingly nnd ea gerly with these plans. Then after the purchasing of the rooi materials we that strictest conservation is nrnrlieod. both in the prepara tion and consumption. Hmv cm this bo accomplislieiiT Only thru sincere nnd earnest daily "cooperation in the 20,000,000 kitchens, and at tho 20.000.000 dinner tables in the United States. Tho pi oof or the statement, "Food will win the war," remains with tho conhouse trollers of consumption wives, hotel and caftcrla manager?, and they need advice as to the basis lo adopt. Here Is whero tho aids greatly, Food Administration it is n bodv deliberately planned lo roonerate in tho distribution as well as in tho production of food stuffs for the benefit of all. aro thrifty Of all our people 70 and careful as any of other nation, but tho extravagance of n few would soon destroy tho efforts ami results of those who try to con serve henco tho need of universal conservation. But it is not the de- siro of tho Food Administration to CINCINNATI MARKETS. Flour, Hay and Grain. bring il about by cruel force, liko the powerful autocracy of Germany, bul by hearly cooperation of tbo individual. The work of the Administration is to nrouso and maintain the interest of nil American people in this crisis. So, to meet the situation, thousands of dollars aro being spent, lo say nothing of tho sacrifice and work which must follow. Great factories for the purpose of performing the experiments are being established. Here the best of cheinlsls are employed lo test and try out the now substitutes for the foods most needed by our soldier nnd the ollles. Substitutes we must une but the Food Administrators aro taking this precaution, so (hat only (hose which are nutritious and high in food. value will be advoWhen our people adopt cated. these substitutes, t lint much moro of the real food needed by the soldiers will go lo them, helping to carry on the great struggle for democracy, iu which we are now involved. Then, loo. war gardens are being encouraged, if wisely plnnned nnd cultivated the results nre startling. In the small bark yard in tho city, enough fresh fruits nnd vegetables ran bo produced to onlirely supply the needs of Ihe nverago family. Thereby, saving the railroad rost of transporting lbeo supplies from nnolber part of the country, and saving its cars or fs transporting essential for the soldiers and allies. The foods wo are advised lo conserve aro meat, fat. sugar and wheat chiefly wheat. Hut It is pot (rue, what so many believe, Hint the Administration I trying to monopolize -- and control the entire wheat crop. Tbo plan is Ibis over (be whole United States tbero is one Food Administrator, Mr. Hoover. Then In each state tbero is ono State Administrator, and In each county one County Administrator, tho laller whose duty it touch is to get in personal with each Individual, giving advice and instruction nlong every line of production and conservation. Now ns tho wheat harvest draws near, tho County Administrator will have supervision over the threshing, storing and shipping of Ihe wheat, seeing that none is wasted. Where heretofore there has been carelessness nnd extravagance of (he one, Utile Insignificant grain, our valuablo supervisor will now conserve it, making each grain food-stuf- count Not only along tho few lines I have mentioned is the Food Administration working, but it is promoting nnd securing a universal sentiment which will result in tbo right and patriotic spirit of production and consumption, proving the slogan, "Food will win the war." The nrticlo that appeared in this department in the last issue was an essay by Goncvn I.awson, a Homo Seienco Senior girl. USE Or SUGAR BY MANUFACTURERS IS CURTAILED rye Hour, Northwestern blended Hour Hay Winter patent 1 10.90 11.35 J a. (100 No. $2022.75, 20. No. 2 $1518. No. 1 clover 115 17. Oati No. 2 whltn 767CHc. stand- I timothy $2324. No. 1 No. 1 cloror mixed 1100 ard watte 75&?SKc, No. 3 white 7m 75c. No. 3 mixed 7272J4c No. 3 mixed 7172c Corn White ear $101.SG. yellow ear HOMO, mixed ear $l1.40. Butter, Egga and Poultry. flutter Whole milk creamery extras ICV&C, ETkks flraii It centrallzud creamery extras Prime rirata 44c, For information or friendly advice write to the Secretary, 2c, ordinary - firsts 27H5. Lire Poultry Urollcrs, under 45fi0e; fryers. 2 lbs and 30c, flrnU 2 .Manufacturers using suuar, except to make essential food products, hnve been on strict rations, the United Stales Food Administration nt in order to assure supplies for home canners and the commercial manufacturers of preserves, jams, nnd other foodstuffs regarded as essential. Tho restrictions which went into effect May 15 and limit the consumption by manufacturers of the less essentials, particularly confectionery and soft drinks, to 80 per cent of suf-llcie- MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Ky. The American's Creed people, for the people, whose just arc derived from the consent of the governed j democracy in a republic, a sovereign Nation of many sovereign States, a perfect Union, one and inseparable established upon those principals of freedom, equality, justice, and humanity for which American patriots sacrificed their lives and fortunes. therefore believe it, is my duty to my country to love it; to support its Constitution; to obey its laws; to respect its Hag, and to defend it against all enemies. 1 the I believe the Unitedthe people, powers a uovernment of in as States of America by orer, 30c; .Manufacturers of nonediblo profowls, 4 lbs and oyer, 24c; under 4 lbs, ducts will bo furred to go entirely lie; roosters, 18V4c. without sugar. Live Stock. Included in the class with conCattle Shippers $11 17: butcher steers, extra $13.6015, good to choice fectionery nnd soft drinks, the con$11.50013, common to fair $X.5011; diments, soda water, chocolate, boifers. extra $I214, good to choice candles, beverage sirups, fruit common to fair $7.5010.50; covs, Mtra $11 12, ;oed to choice sirups, llavoring extracts, chewing $5.60 10.75, common to fair $6.75 gum, cocoa, sweet pickles, wines, 8.50; earners $7 07,60; Blockers and cereals and invert sugaiv Thoso feeders $9.50 11 inCaWee Kxtra $14.50. fair to eo4 who entered the buslnoss or H2 14.25. common and large $7lft. creased their capacity nfU'r April Hogs Selected heavy $iT.5017.(5, 1, 1DIH, however, will bo cut off engood to choice packers and butchers tirely. II7.C5, medium and mixed $17,65, stajr Manufacturers of essential food1011.T5, common to choice heavy nt tat sowa $ 10 16.50, light shippers stuffs will bo permitted to buy sugar to meet tholr full rem.e. She Bxtm $U.50tU, Rood hi quirements. In tills class como preKfcofea $11.5011.50, ooasaoa to twkr servers and packers of vegetables, catsup uud chili sauce, fruits and milk, manufacturers of jam, jelly Tboro are now 20 uniforms for and preserves, tobacco and exploswomen in war work in tho United ives, upplo butler, nnd glycerin, Icq Tlioy aro for munition cream (not including sherhils nnd States. workers, telephono and radio op- water ices), druggists (for medierators, yoemen, employees of Ship- cines), nnd producers of bonoy. ping Hoard and tho Food AdminisIco cream Is put In tbo preferred tration, lied Cross workers, Y. M.-- class. Woman's Motor A. workers, Corps, Girl Scouts, nnd students of Improve tho roads and get out of tho National Service School of tho tho groove of stagnation. Woman's Naval Service suf-llcieC. lbs, Inst year's requirements. SUNDAY SCHOOL Lesion 10 Second Quarter, June 9, 1918. (Conducted by the National Womtn'i Christian Temperance Union.) THE INTERNATIONAL SERIES 2 (Conducted by National Council of the Doy Remit of America..) 5CDUT8 fi A By KITTY PAR60N8. fi Take Care of Your Tires America's greatest need is for ships more ships. Every available vessel is being utilized in government service. Many ships that have been carrying rubber from Sumatra and Brazil have been taken for active transport duty. The number now left to bring rubber to this country is extremely limited. This will necessarily force a temporary curtailment of tire production. So, make the most of the tires you have. Use good tires. (Copyright, 1911, i ' TAKC8 Text of Lesson, Mirk 14:17-MemA WHACK AT JOHN BARLEY I ory Verse John, 3:16 Golden CORN. Text, Mark 14:9ft Commentary PreFrom n statement recently put In the pay envelope of ench employee of pared by Rev. D. M. 8 team. the I'rnnsylvanln Itubber Co. 'The money In this envelope Is The Incident of our special lesson verses are Jesus' rorrowful announce- yours, to use ns you see fit. It may be ment that one of thera would betray devoled to the good of jour family If hill, and his ratine the pnmover, and you have one; If not, to your own betInstitution of the supper hy which hi terment or the Improvement of those redeemed show forth hla death till he who are to any degree dependent upcome J but we must try to consider the on your efforts. . . . What we have to whole chapter. Verses 12 to .11 tnko us say Is n statement for the guidance of to the iipHT room where they kept the some, If they deslro to remain In our employ. Klghly-flvper cent of the jiniwovcr; and nil thnt he did and said .11 . .. . Hint Inst evening thnt ho spent with iiiniuiu'iii nuu irounic genernteu in them before he suffered la recorded this factory can bo traced to men who, on account of careless habits. more fully In Luke 22:7-3and John have become discontented with them 13 to 17 Inclusive. The rest of the chnpter tella of (Jcthnemane and selves nnd have endeavored to spread hla arrest nnd hla being brought be- dissatisfaction. "Do not think thnt you enn wake up fore the high priest uml the council. Mny the Lord give ub what he would with a headache and wish the conse quences on us. Also ellmlnnto at onco hnvo us to receive from thin wonderful portion. As to the place where they the Men thnt you enn continue to Iny kept the pnwiover, some one haa sug- off without cause nnd retnln your posl-lioThe 'cramps In the stomach' Is gested thnt It mny have been the home becoming old to n point thnt It Is alMary the mot tier of Mark, whose of most Above all, rememhuMmnd wan probably still alive at ber thnt the thnt time, and Mark may have been proper care man who does not tnkothe inun benrlug the pitcher of water. maln In the of his family cannot reemploye of the Pennsyl(See an nrtlclc on page 4 of July, 1017, vania Itubber Co. . . . Wc announce Kingdom Tiding) Luke says thnt I'c-tr-r the platform upon which wo stand In nnd John were seul (o prepare the order nny who may deslro to passovcr. One thing that Intcreata me work thnt under more liberal conditions much In thla record, na well aa In that may migrate before extremely cold of the ass' colt, la thnt they found It weather seta In." Just bh he told thrm (va. 10; Luke 10:32), and my heart la often wiving, WHY WORRY ABOUT CONCUR "I believe God, thnt It shall be even na RENT LEGISLATION? wns told me" (Acta 27:2r). He hud It The nntlprohlbltlonlsts ore mnklng B great desire to ent that pumiover with n fenrsoine bugaboo out of the difficulthem, for he would not ent It ngntn ties that supposedly will from until fulfilled In the Kingdom of God concurrent enforcement of arise prohi(Luke 22:1M0). Thla lends ua back bition amendment by federal tho stnte nnd to the night in Kgypt when the nation governments. They suggest the possiwaa born, nnd when there wna safety bility of the Inflicting of n double con only where he saw the blood, and viction for one crime, n conflict beiwlnts ua onward to the rebirth of the tween the Inws of the state nnd fed nation at hla coming according to MIc. eral government, etc. 7:15, 10; Jer. 10:14, 16. Some of the As u matter of history, concurrent sad events In that room thnt evening legislation by the federal nnd stnte were the presence of the betrayer and governments has been tested nnd the atrlfe among the dltclples aa to found to work successfully. Attenwhich of them fhould be the greatest tion was called to this fact by Conal(va. Luke 22:24). lie waa gressman E. Y. Webb at the time of ways a man of sorrows and acquainted the hearing and vote on the amendwith grief, misunderstood, unknown, ment In the house: "Counterfeiting Is hated, persecuted, nnd all for ua, thnt peculiarly u national offense," said Mr. being redeemed by his blood, wc might Webb, "because It Is offensive to tho follow in hla steps. As a servant wash- Integrity of the national money, nnd ing their feet he 'gave them an example yet nenrly all the states have Btututes of the lowliest service nnd I'nul caught condemning and punishing counter-feltinthe right attitude when he spoke of Hut there the Jurisdiction Is himself as "Serving the Lord with all concurrent, and If the stnte gets hold humility of mind" (Acts 20:10). of a counterfeiter first the federal gov In our brief space we hardly dare ernment sometimes lets the stute hanventure on anything from the wonder- dle It, but often asks the stnte to turn ful discourse and prayer of John 14 to him over to the federal government. 17, but we venture to suggest that It Hut the states have the right to enahnuld be our constant aim In all force their laws against counterfeiters things and at all times to glorify God; because the congress has given them that under all circumstances we mny the Jurisdiction." know hla peace and hnvo untroubled hearts, and be sustained by the assur- A TRAITOR TO HI8 OWN BODY. One of the strongest arguments that ance that he longs to have ua see nnd share hla glory (John 14 :l-- 13, 14, 27 ; n physlclau can offer against the use Do not fall to lay of alcohol Is Its paralyzing effect upon 10:33; 17:4, These to heart hla words concerning the one the white blood corpuscles. whom he bus sent us In his stead till are our chief agents In defense agnlnst bo shall come again, the Holy Spirit, disease. When some morbid element the Comforter nnd Teucher nnd abid- enters the blood stream It Is the duty ing friend (John 14:20, 17, 20; 10:20; of the white corpuscles to cast out. Hut the user of alcohol Is lucking In 10:7, 8). Now let us see him In Oetbsemnne, this defense because he has been a not forgetting to listen to the hymn or traitor to his own body, taking Into It psalm they sung before they left the that which destroys the power of his defenders. This Is the explanation of upper room (vs. Note the boasting of the disciples and his sorrowful the high death rate when pneumonia, reference to Zech. 13:7. He left eight typhoid, or other serious diseases atof the disciples Just Inside the garden tack habitual drinkers. It also exand took a little farther with him 1'e- - plains the reluctance of the surgeon ter and James nnd John; then he left to operate upon a heavy drinker. The them and withdrew about a stone's cast patient Is lacking In that vital elefurther, and kneeled down nnd fell on ment known as "resistance." Ho has his face and prayed that If It were pos- destroyed himself. From "A Physisible thla cup might pass from him. cian's Testimony on Alcohol," by This cup had no reference to Golgotha, Charles H. Lerrlgo, M. D. but to the seeming possibility of the agony In the garden killing him and his BANKS CA8H PAY CHECKS. The Ueseret Evening News, recountnot rencblng Golgotha. He prayed to be delivered from death In the garden, ing the changes wrought In Salt Luko and he was heard and answered, and City In five months of prohibition, says an angel strengthened him. This Is to thut very few of tho places formerly me all very clearly stated In Heb. occupied by saloons are vacant. These vncaucles, we are told, nre not chargo-abl- e 6i7, taken with the facts In the teuuuts or to to lack of would-bHow much wo ull, as well as the weak und unsympathetic disciples, a general slump In business, but to tho need hla admonition to watch nnd prey, undeslrublllty of the locutions for othfor though the spirit may be ready, the er business. Tho percentage of vacaut buildings existing lit present In the flesh Is weak (vs. .18). The kiss of Judas, the arrest, tho business district Is no grenter, accordleading him uway as a prisoner to the ing to real estate men, than before prohigh priest, the forsaking of him by all hibition went Into effect. Tho people the disciples Is all most pitiful read- today have the pleasure of seeing resing; and when wo remembered that he taurants, grocery stores, meat margoods und clothing stores and suffered all this willingly to fulfill kets, dry Scripture, for they could not touch him ninny other sorts of stores In rooms by saloons. If he had not allowed them to do so, formerly occupied, Tho Impetus given to other business, It la all too wonderful for us to grasp. particularly amusements and savings I like to see him going forth to meet gratifying. Mothose who cume to take him, saying to Institutions, has beenproprietors freely tion plcturo theater them: "Whom seek yet" nnd when admit that much of their prosperity Nazareth," they answered, "Jesus of during tho fall and early winter has he said Just two words: "I am," and they all went bockwurd und fell to the been duo to prohibition. How npt we ground (John 18:4-8)- . are to blunder ub I'eter did with the BANK DEP08IT8 INCREASE PER CENT. sword, und need him to remedy the From tho Idaho Statesman wo learn blunder (vss. 47, 48). Tho young man of vss. 01, 02 was probably Mark him- that during the last two yean tho self. The abubo ho suffered at the period In which stato prohlbltoln bus hands of tho chief priests und council, been In force tho bank deposits of the false witnesses, the smiting of the the city of Uolse have Increased 74 per aervuuts, their blindfolding him and cent; also thut tho assets of Doiso'a spitting upon him uud buffeting him, Is six banks aro 02 per ceut greater. all too awful ; but may our hearts truly These Increases are shown by tho figsay, "AH for me," and inuy ull thla ures prepared by the bunks showing on our behalf leud us to be, If possible, their conditions ua of November 20, more devotedly his. This same Jesus the dute set by the comptroller In hi will come agulu In glory (vs. 02) and Ust call. we shall come with him (Col. 3:4), e ANOTHER SCOUTS KEEN ON WAR WORK CORPORATION was the pronounced recognition of tho organization ns an aid to the government In the conduct of the war. "Hefore the war, a boy's greatest ambition wns to be quarterback on the football team or pitcher on the baseball team or captain of the athletic team," said Chief Scout Executive James E. West. "Today, 205,708 of the huskiest boys In America find plenty of excitement nnd satisfaction In being Just scouts. This Is because playing games Is a side Issue In wartime, and scouting la a real Job. "When men are marching away to battle for liberty, real boys are not satisfied to play. When bridges, manufacturing plants, public works In every town nnd city nre In dnnger from foreign foes, genuine fellows want to do their share In protecting their homes, by tho McClure Newspaper Syndicate.) notable feature of scouting In 1017 ... "If you love me, you wouldn't wont io go to wnrt I don't see It nt nil. You're married, and even If I'm not dependent on you, I don't want yon to go you'll b drafted If they need you badly enough. I can't understand the wny you feel at all you Just can't care about me, that's nil If The words came In n rush and the girl who had spoken was trembling with excitement and on the verge of tears. "You're right, dear, yon don't un derstand," agreed her husband. "You know perfectly well that I do enre about you, but there's a spednl cnll for men In my line of work Just now, and I feel more like n slncker every day I stny away. Can't you see how I feel Dorothy?" "No, I can't Just sec It, but if yon wont to go you needn't stay on my ac count I thought a man's wife usually come first, but I guess I'm wrong. Hy all means, go, If yon want to leave 8 lea-wi- n Take good care of them. Keep them in perfect repair. See that they are properly inflated. Increase their mileage by careful driving. Keep out of car tracks and away from bumps. Don't scrape the curb 'Vsco'TreaU or apply brakes too suddenly. Get every mile your tires have in them. Only in that way can you be assured of your car's continuous service and remember, e your tire is a vital necessity. war-tim- n. moss-covere- 18-2- g. 22-24- ). 20-42-). s. "With starvation destroying our me!" "You're talking nonsense, Dorothy I friends overseas und want threatening in America, an American boy who Is And of course you know If you put up the real thing wants to, get his exer- that sort of nn argument, I won't go nt least, not until I'm needed more cise by producing food. The Hoy Scouts of America are than I nm now. I wish you did not happy because Uncle Snm did not pass feel as you do," he went on, with nn them by when he rolled up his sleeves attempt nt cheerfulness, "but It can't and began to gnther his forces. The be helped, I suppose. I'm oft for town department of agriculture said, 'We now It's Inte, too. Good-by.- " Dorothy caught her breath In n sob need you,' and In n month thousands of scout gardens were growing. The as she watched him disappear down treasury department sold, 'We want the path. It was tho first time In two your help,' and In two Liberty loon years that they had been married that campaigns tho scouts gathered more Tom had gone off without kissing her than $120,000,000 which had been over- good-by- . looked by older canvassers, and are It was with n sense of defeat rather now hard at work selling War Savthan victory that Dorothy went nbout ing stnmps. Tho food administrator her household duties thnt morning. said, 'I'd be glad of your assistance,' Just as she was starting for tho aud n third of a million scout homea bridge club thnt afternoon, the door cut down on wheat, meat, sugar nnd bell rang nnd Polly Anderson breezed fats and began to spread the doctrine In. Polly was tho newest bride In They are also their set. of food conservation. government dispatch bearers' for the "Oh, Dot," she cried. "I'm so thrilled committee on public Information. I can hardly speak I Bob's got n com "There's more fun In being a ecout mission ns first lieutenant and I'm than In all the athletic sports com- so proud of him I don't know what to bined, for It Is renl work needed, ex- do I Isn't It wonderful?" Dorothy forgot all about the bridge pected nnd appreciated by the nation." club and sat down. "Hut hell be sent awny, won't he?' MEN CAN BE 8COUTMA8TER8. she queried voguely. "Of course, stupid You didn't sup Uncle Snm must have the service of pose he'd stny here, did you? No, In organized boyhood to win the war. The Hoy Scouts of America are offi- deed ne's going South a week from cially working In conjunction with the today for a while nnd I suppose he government In the selling of War Sav- will be sent abroad from there ever so many of them are." ings stamps and Liberty bonds. Pres"How terrible I Tra so very sorry ident Wilson hns made each bay scout In the country his dispatch beurer on for yon, denrl" "Well, yon needn't be I Pm so full his Important messages to the people. my Boy scouts are the reliable aids of pride over Bob nnd love for country thrown In, thnt there simply of the lied Cross and the Ited Triangle. nny other feeling. Don't Isn't These boys are In many cases doing wasteroom for any sympathy on met" the patriotic service of a man. you to Theodore Roosevelt says, "The duty go"But, Polly, as don't wont him you sound If yon really did. of being n scoutmaster comes next In Polly held her proud little head Importance to being In active service." higher than ever and winked back a Scouting makes the boy "physically tear. strong, mentally awake und morally "If a woman really loves her citizenstraight." This Is the tye of she began steadily, "she does ship this country must have. not actually want to get rid of him. The ravages of war weaken the na- Bnt when his country calls and be tion for generations. Scouting Is the bears the cnll himself, she knows he best remedy for this weakness. Scout-must go. If he were deaf to that cnll Ing Is outdoor life and will keep one and she Is a true American woman, young. It Is the best of recreation. she could never feel really proud of It gives a new slant on life. It opens him again. Yon understand how It Is, a new world of practical Information. Dorothy yon must feel the same What Is more splendid than the com- yourself about Tom. Every truo wom panionship and loyalty of a group of an does." fine American boys? The busy man Dorothy sat very still, bnt when makes the best scoutmaster. No man Polly rose to go, she kissed her with is too busy to be a patriot. a new respect In her manner. She Scouting Is the new patriotism, based had quite forgotten the bridge, club. upon loyalty to God and to country and When Tom came homo a trifle earservice to other people. lier than usual, he found bis wife seated before a fire In the living room, busily winding yarn. SCOPE OF SCOUT SERVICE. "Why, Dot, what are yon doing?" "Starting a sweater for you to tnke Those manly youngsters, organized away she returnee with you," as the Boy Scouts of America, commended themselves to the public from promptly. Then, at his look of amazement, the start, says a Southern editor. They are called upon to render Important she ran to him, and seizing tho lapels service on every large occasion, and of his coat, almost fiercely, looked up their willingness, discipline and eff- into hla face appeallngly. "Pve been all wrong, Tom," she told iciency have been remarked with community pride by observant citizens In him. "I didn't understand bow it was. Of course you've got to go I didn't general. The scope of scout service la all the realize how men felt about this thing or women, either, for that matter I whilo widening. As helpful to city, state and nation as the organization But now I see It all, Just as plain as has been within the last six months in day, and I want you to go as soon as Liberty loan, Ited Cross and food con- you're ready Pll help you every bit I servation campaigns, greater still will can, tool" Tom stared at her for a moment bo Its activities in this new year. Tho scoots will bo utilized by the federal Then he caught her In bis arms and held her so close that she could scarcegovernment In many ways. The boys aro always on their mettle ly breathe. "I can't lenvo you, darling I simply nnd they never tire ot doty. No trained soldier could bo more obedient to or- can't I" be whispered, and waited for ders and none should be more loyal to the expected acquiescence. But Dorothy pushed him away and looked 2ils colors. Tho wonder Is bow nny city got straight Into his eyes again. "Yes, you can, dear," she sold with Jong as well ub It did before tho boy scouts came Into corporate being. And a new firmness. "I wouldn't have you tho more the public sees of them tho stay for anything In the world now, more sympathetic will bo Its support. nnd I never loved you half so much aa I do at this minute. It's tho only Ail honor to the scouts and tho scoutmasters who Instruct nnd lead them. thing to do and If other women can give their men up, I gueso I can, too. I'm proud that you want to go It BOY SCOUT THRIFT 8HOP. would break my heart to have you feel The scouts of Omaha have again n slacker, now that I understand. I made themselves felt In tho ecout was ono myself this morning, but Pro world. They have started n "Boy Scout not nny more." After a few minutes' Intermission, Thrift Shop." A cobbling class has been formed and all tho people of the she added : "I never was so unhappy community have been asked to turn In my life. This morning I wantec over to the boy scouts ull old and dis- you here. Now I Iovo you too mucl to keep you from going. Aren't worn carded shoes. Under the Instruction of an expert cn queer?" "No, they're wonderful," ho returned the scouts are taught to repair theso promptly. "But you ere the most shoes, and they are then made available at a nominal prlco for thoso in wonderful ono of all I" And she didn't even deny it need. Over 0,000 pairs were turned In. 1 1 hus-bnnd- ," So again, take care of your tires. United States Tires ere Good Tires i 7 7n In 4 ' 3 - t BP W 20 ii t&JH 2L h THE DOTS SOMEWHERE IN FRANCE. By Clifford Leon Sherman. Dear Folks: We didn't huve nny more excitement on our trip over, with the exception of one Incident, which I must write about. The last day out was very quiet, nnd we hud an Inspection to 6ce If everything would be all right when we landed. One of tho lookouts sighted something about dark which he thought was a submarine, but It turned out to be a floating log. Then, us the moon cume up, we ran Into a lot of wreckago and the ship flowed down uml n few mluutes later we picked up a SAMMY. To complete the picture, draw a line from dot 1 to dot 2, then from dot 2 to dot 3, and so on. (Copyright, MIT. by The Bell Byndlcate, Inc.) Wouldn't Break His Promise. "Will you kindly place this cigar In my mouth nnd light It for me?" "Good heaven, man I Are you too lazy to lift youriirm?" "No. I promised my wife I wouldn't put another cigar In my mouth for six mouths." Birmingham Age-Uerul- What It Really Proves. "Almost all tho great wars In history havo started In April," suys a Which goes to Harvard historian. provo that mere man would rather fight than go through the ordeal ot spring housecleunlug. Rochester Post-Expres- The Surest Preparation ii Training School 7 Page Eight. THE CITIZEN and Shelby Gains. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Alva Puckctt the 8th. J. W. Sparks and wlfo and daughter narrowly escaped be- ing hurt by their horse getting scared at a motor cyclo Saturday afternoon as they were on their way to church. Mr. Sparks was hurt in Rev. R. II. Taylor of the back. Leroso tilled his regular appoint- menl at Corinth Saturday and Sun- day; also preached Sunday night at tho Bonna school house. Mrs. John Woolsy, who has been sick for some time, is no better. GARRARD COUNTY May 30, 1016 East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else puMltid No corwpondnw U not for pnMxatlon, but JACKSON COUNTY unlut iliml n In full fcy th- - writer. titAtnf of rood Illh. The nm Writ plainly. Carico Cnrlco, Mny 20. so much wet boy named or our boys the 23lh of victory bo Vester Evans, of Lite, was theirs. visiting relatives of this placo v. Peonle are complaining a pood deal of their corn not coming Plie Hillard of Parrolt bougnt up. n mule and waeon of Bert. Summers Mrs. Harvey Hundley is for $210. S. P. Browning oi verv poorly. Grecnmount has about completed his tan bark peeling in these parts. Tho wheat and oat crops look Harve Hundley sold fine here. S. P. Browning two hogs for 527.93 last week. Gray Hawk Farm work Gray Hawk, May 20. is behind on account of wet weather. Some farmers are complaining that their corn is not coming up Hiram Judd and Miss Laura well. Mcintosh of Jackson, Breathitt County, were married. They hope to make thoir home at Gray Hawk. Our Christian Endeavor meeting is well attended; we hope to make this society the best in the county. We have about one hundred in attendance each Sunday at our Sunday-Gcorgo Helton, n fine Forty-seve- n John L. answered the U. S. call Mnv clnrv and Mnv to-dn- weather peoplo arc petlinp behind with their farming. Born recently to Mr. nnd Mrs. Wc arc having fus is expected to he present. W. A. Matlierly and wife made a business visit to Winchester last Wednesday. Farmers in this part of Clark County arc not near done planting corn at this time. Gardens, grass and oats are all looking tine and with n good propect of n fine fruit crop in this part. SUndny-scho- ol Is progressing nicely here each Sunday with a big attendance. Milk Cows are selling at prices ranging from $80 to 8105. People here have had a hard time finding seed corn, but now all have plenty for seed. Wc read the serial "Over There" in the last issue of THE CITIZEN and like the tone very much. Several traders passed thru here today, cm their way to the Winchester court. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY Harmony Harmony, May 27. Thos. Floyd Reynolds, son of the late Sam Rcy- nolds of Crab Orchard, a young farmer," and Miss Bertha Davis, ,,,,..ln nt Inn TW.Io rf llilo nlnnn Wildie 27. Mrs. Wildie, Mny Esiner Hayes died of tuberculosis Sunday morning at o'clock. She leaves a husband and two small children, a mother, two sisters, and live brothers, besides a host of relatives and friend. The bereaved family have our sympathy. Mrs. Bradley Robinson of Benham is visiting her mother, Mrs. G. M. Sigman. Miss Bernice Phillips, who is going to sohool at Berea. wa with home folks Saturday and Sunday. Not a verv large crowd attended tho Red Cross meeting here May 22nd; but one hundred and three dollars were collected for the Second Red Cross War Fund; some interesting talks were given by Dr. and Mrs. M. Penning- -j ton, J. W. Brown, and Rev. II. T. Young, all of Mt. Vernon. May this good work po on. Bradley Sip-mand Stephen I.anpford of this place were amonp the GO called from this county to Camp Taylor May 25. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Hayes of Winchester attended the funeral of Mrs. Esmer Hayes Monday. Conway Conway, May 28. For the past ten days, the weather has been fine and the farmers have been taking the advantage of it, plowing and planting- corn. Matt Howard, who has been confined with measles, is able to be at work apain. J. M. Turpin and son, Goebel, of Hamilton. Ohio, were visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. Cox last week. Elmore McClure left Friday for the training camp. Girls, don't worry about tho boys; they are goinp to flpht for a just cause.' They'll be back. Miss Laura Taylor, one of the L. & N. operators is at Flanagan, working third trick. W. S. Btfldon, who has been working third trick at Fort Estill Junction, was home a few minutes, Monday. 8 on a lino girl, wero married at Row W. Mrllulchin's last week, and tho pen- pie of this place join in, and wish A number them much happiness. of people of this placo with your attended memorial correspondent services at Ephesus last Sunday there was a large concourse oi people, nnd tho preaching and speaking were enjoyed by all. Also there was plenty of nice lunch for Several people of this place all. . . ... . . are calcinating on pomp il" o.,(Trvi.i ct"""' Cane Baptist Church next Sunday . at to attend memorial services at, mai r. r M.rlum la Imililinir ..i The farmers of this a now house. place have been having some trou-,Wble in getting a stand of corn. Somo ec- i j....... nave iiitir tiuj i ninni iim There is somo tobacco ond time ' ,.r ii, n rnrm- ... ... sei licit; nun, " ers are planning on putting out larpe tobacco crops n mey c Prof. J. B. Hutchins sold Plants four cattle at about ten cents per m. for leasing land Annie Chastcen is still improving, William French'? haby is very ill with pneumonia and is not expected to recover. Hurrah for THE CITIZEN; it is a welcome guest in our home, Silver Creek and Silver Creek, May 27-Mrs. I. B. Chestnut wcro called to Hiatt Wednesday, on account of tho death of his father. Mr. and Mrs. William Davis spent Sunday with James Shearer..!. O. Bowman left C. O. Saturday for Camp Taylor. Bowman of Sllush, Vn, is spending n few days at home. Mr. nnd Mrs. NV. A. Johnson and daughter, Grace, attended tho funeral of Mrs. E. A. Albright, Sunday, at Hnxlhead. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Hcl- lard, May 0th. a fine boy. Nannie Kettle lIlPIll. S.ltlirilaV llicllt With Mabel Johnson. C. L. Johnson of uincinnau was ai nome w miruu the funeral of Mrs. E. A. Albright, neighborhood s. mlncrals-MrMr. ROBINSON HOSPITAL AND (inc.) Training School for Nurses Most everybody BEREA, KY. neighborhood is throuph in this planting corn. Some aro complain-wher- e Up to date Laboratory nnd X Ray Equipment ing about their corn not coming up. SPECIALTIES Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Winkler went Surgery Obtlclrio and Gynecology Dctrriolof lit to Estill County Friday night to see DR. M. M. ROBINSON DR. ALSON BAKER brother, who left for DR. B. F. ROBINSON the latter's Mr. and training camp Saturday. M. Mm I .... nmvoll worn In Bnren lnsl ACADEMY GRADUATING y EXERCISES J. M. Powc Tuesday shopping. .. YANK FLYERS ACTIVE Tho Academy graduating excrches I 1. Infix TtniltAI purriinscu a mine m--rt... .niu Mr. and Mrs. will be held in tho Tabcrnaclo at of P.moln. for $100. 7:30 p. m., Juno 0. Tho DepartGilbert Hendrick were the guests of Lieut. Eddie Rickenbacker Fells ment cordially invites you to come Hendrick Saturday night, out and hear what theso young Dreyfus His Third Plane. people have to say. . u. Mr. Drevfus. Mav 20. Lewis of Silver Creek spent last week with his daughter, Mrs. John United States Men Maintain Big VicDESTROY 10,000 LBS. OF MEAT George Morton, a co i tory Percentage Over the Robinson. Coyle, May 27. 1 Coje iun 1 - . school. Mi i w Green Hall Farmers arc Green Hall, May 20. petting along fine with their corn Tomatoes arc boing planting. grown quite extensively here as there is being a new canning factory installed by the Hughes and Pearson Brothers. Miss Dahlia Hughes left for Berea Thursday to make an extended visit with relatives and The protracted meeting friends. which was being conducted by Mrs. Tosh of Ashland at Big Springs came to a close. Sunday night. Mrs. Tosh goes to Island City from here J. E. Wilfor a two weeks stay. son haspurchased him a home canner and expects to do miitc a Tho following bit of canning. persons were entertained at dinner Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Mr. and Mrs. Carter and his family, Mr. and Mrs. W. X. Hughes and family, Mrs. Dr. Mahaffcy and little daughter, Mae, Mr. and Mrs. Hillory King, Mamie Flanery. and Charles Pierson. Emma E. McCollum attended church at Big Springs SMnday night. Hello, Conkling! Wake up, we want to hear from you over there. m: cy POUIHI. I I'aini . . i.kk, rami uia. o .mi? -- I. MM rn ' ,vnv 1 Mr.nii.1 . r .M.S. 1HI1IIIU Roope Mrs. Roono and t-- Creek s parent-- latunS of Frankfort and son. liyru, am r ci vrp of a new bab P'r'. ice cream ami was lien, in mu mhwi proceeds going to the hy nipht the s Mr.an l Mrs . Mrs. soss John wynn. ht with .Mr. aim 1TA, CLAY COUNTY Vine Owinc to the wet weitther, the farmers are getting g. behind with corn planting and noe-inFrank Ponder, who has been nmninvnd nl Cincinnati. Ohio, for the past months, visited relatives and friends at this place the past week. He is expected to be caiien to the U. S. Army in June. Misse3 Rosa and Efllo Grimes or L,aurei Creek spent from Friday to Sunday with relatives at this is progressing nicely at this place- - Some of tho boys in this community have been called to help Uncle Sam. Charley Ferguson has returned to Kings Mills, Ohio, for the summer. John Hoper and Miss Edith McQueen were recently married at tho bride's home. May their lives be long and happy. vino Hnv 51. otherd emtio up. Utiford'K pun Jnmmed ns he turned on the two others. He dived benenth Ixith of them nnd in- O.. arc visiting tu.il rohtrnlnir ffi till own linen. i FranUican,. of Middletown. . .. . li enteriaine t It -in now permitted to. publlnh foriI .MISS naiU.'"-- ' CllllllnV.r,,:...l i 1 inn j" mm, fnnr nnn nr our imrpuu Flv is clerking in R. L. i.rmonis jqundrons la operating Iwhlnd the OWSLEY COUNTY was store since Chester Mctcalf Toul front nnd their dnlty patrolling Scoville been mnklnp life miserable for the called to camp Row- - has La7arus Scoville, May 23. The Wst . . . Huns for ceverat weeks. "! e ii i nanu lias reiurneu nome irom im(-- s tribute paid to their work wna by n MADISON COUNTY workin? snusnpe balloonist. !f"c last three months. Reverend Mlt Is seldom that nny Iloche has Gardens arc, Blue Lick, May 27. rnn.inM. ventured to crosa our lines since these " deveop.ng in x"r" revival at Clifty church. They fighters nrrived,' he snld. de- - jK supplying the table w.t h Ttie proup hna more than four vicS(ln. n com, licious vegetal, es. relepating canned q tories for every one achieved by the Ju(1(, Iloche. Their only losses so far are poods to the cellars for Left-ovef ... Lufbery, Chnpraan nnd Hall. Today Fried chickens now ren.ier meai- tho Amerlenn pntrollers were unable .. ESTILL COUNTY less- - days a thing of the past. f to discover n single Oennan machine. Witt Corn is being cultivated with pusii vUII0wi. ,1PP sisiflP The majority of the Americana In the having and energy. No May 27. Wc are Witt, loaf"mr.. Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Strong returned pursuit squadrons were trained In some very fine weather, which farm- will reward the Lexington. May 13. Americn. ers aro making pood uso of plowing prancy ollicers in tins sw a ! -- iT1 WPP0 accompanied by tho lat- ordered from and plantinp com. The Rev. Mr. The Looney seed corn Florence Mainous. B. Bowman filled his regular apWright filled the Rev. Mr. Young's Tnessee has proven c.xt emely pointment at Moore's Sunday with ., . not a lull missing.' place at Station Camp, Sunday. aniisfncinrv ii irom t;inciuiiau, 10 answi-- uio run n largo crowd. J. R. Dunigan Tho Ladies Aid at Station Camp Many who deemed com testing n F Sator home May I tth. The remains were With the AniiTlcnii Army In Krnnco, buried in the family praveyard near Mny 27. Lieut. Eddie Ulckrntmcker of T,1? nev- Mr- - niclmnlson Imw. Coliimtiiist, ()., Iiiik hhot ilown tils thlnl .. Thili-M-l ,1 in iny mncltlne. lie nchlevtMl lila Intuit Saturday . and Sunday. Mr. and. victory ni'iir , down of n Herman: Tie ant visit with her mother part of pliiiie. nfter .he hml been nttnckeil by M. lnl week. W.nolilaJones, who has four mnchlm-N- by Unit. l.lwnrtl Tim, n Jr., of nl Irvlnn v.n j ""y" contlnni'il. iwy iiunoni nome over nuiiuay. Lieut, llufonl wn flylnp over the ley and Paul Robinson were called enemy linen near ft. Mlhlel Velnei-tini when he run Into the qunrtet of . T.nnford and Boyd Lakes wero Rennnn flyers. He drove for one, K..m Tin. n.innfln mnnmlVlinHl called in for May 25. Lunsford and nnd nttemmed to pet n.iford In be-Fred Jones of Illinois tWH-- the other Herman mncblnes. The 1PP ;ol,Pf.. Mrs. Ainertcnn eluded the Oermnn nnd is home for a few .lays stay. , rV,n mi enlled homo On Rwunp hotnewnnl. R He wuh confronted by one Iloche two, nnd he shot him down Jurt " Foe Airmen. Unfit For Troopa, Federal Body Says - dad Refrigeration It Blam4 By - Hoovr. 1 - .... pi,-,.!- !-- Tliln-cour- t. mi-for- Nnt-hvlll- y y - n 7n, 'JZ ii I""". ... Washington. Charxci that be "unfit tir hitman rnnmimnt Inn been aU to tho United Slate trooaa In Traaa by Wllwin A Co. and Morris & Co., two of the larpejit packora la the country, went made by tb Federal Trade Commlimlon. More than to 10,000 poundi of meat shipped Camp Travti, Texaa, haa boon by order of the Food Administration, This was nil fresh bef. hlPPed In refrlporntor car. and pPMly n kooo cona.uon. i wnrnj. tlx car loada have been condemn! In various aectlona of the country within the (ant few wccfci, accordiec to Herbert C "oovcr the Food Ad-No full, proaecutlooa mlnlitrator have reaulted; no Ucenaea have keen revoked. Pronecutlon undertaken by th Texaa authorltlra failed becauae the acUon waa brought under a ac- Hn,i. r,t On. fnsut law that- nrnrlftaft lienaltlei and mokes It Incumbent apoa the Governmet to prove wtlfal u or deitruclion, Sfcould T s.( rs nm , - 'l'Cf. ... Follow Example Set By Now Yorti. "Here la the I ocrat." said Father Jcweph afabry, J., IYmklvnt of the rordham Ikatvw slty, idevatlng the crucifix bla Mr ate- 000 pervons who attended teenth aanaal military flatd at the Ilrooklyn Navy Tard. Mulry, who preached Um erao, ttnued: "H dW not aak rata tat for selfish esda, but to die tbai ralfiht old other mea. That ks ymm work." The mass waa celebrated ear Mtrr. John V. Chadwlek, PresleVeat 4 St Joseph's Seminary, who was caaw laic of the baiUeshlp Maine when aka ' wim sunk In Havana Harbor. ta r place-Sunday-s- chool Phillip Lowry, an old and respected citi zen of this community, died May 2ith and was buried in tho Log Lick Cemetery the following day. Funer al services wero conducted hy the Rev. M. P. Lowry of Winchester. Tho friends and relatives have our sympathy. Acio Kerr, who is working in Winchester, visited homo folks Saturday night and Sunday. May 30th, in tho afternoon here, will bo observed in decorating the graves of tho dead, and church services; several preachers will bo hero that day. Bro. James Lunsford of Droy- 20-Uncle CLARK COUNTY Log Lick Lok Lick. May gave a friendship meeting Saturday night. Tho refreshments wero ice cream and enke. There was a large crowd and all seemed to enjoy tho B. L. Mc- meeting very much. George of Camp Shelby, Miss., is at home on a six weeks furlough. Mrs. Whit Riddlo is very sick at There were forty' this writing. nino boys from this county who left Saturday for military service at Wc wish the boys Camp Taylor. Miss Grace Winn is much luck. spending a few days at Louisville. There has been several cases or mumps at this place. Iron Mound Farmers Iron Mound, May 27. aro about done planting corn, and J. S. somo tobacco has been set. Vaughn and family and Verna Etna Sparks attended tho decoration at Collego Hill Saturday. A little phi baby nrrived at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Galligher. The mother and baby aro doing well. Six of our neighbor boys answered to tho call of Uncle Sam and left Saturday. Their names aro as follows; Frank Stone, Briz Stone, Ward Stone, Martin Thomas, Kelly Hall USE have b.tUr ly repented i... i.n..in. In i.tiiiinm nL ai ureat sacrifice of time, labor and money. iiosa wiiiuni m tie, a Berea student, is spending the week-en- d with Josephino and Ay-leThomas Harris of Mainous. this vicinity has gone to Franklin. His family expect to O., to work. Arch Flanjoin him thore soon. ery has resigned his position as Physical Trainer in Battle Creek High School and enlisted in tho Ho is now at Camp Custer. Mli.li in Irnininir for Service. At present he is officiating as Quartermaster General. Ho will visit homo folks before leaving the states Panola Pnnnln Mnv 20. TllO ROV. John W Richardson filled liis regular) appointment hero Saturday nigm nnd Sunday, with a largo A. Fry is worso again. Mrs. Anna Chastcen is siowiy improving. John Cox and wifo of this placo visited T. J. Garritt of Sandhill from Friday until Sunday. Tho o..,l,rninnl nl Thomas BOllOO- lOUHUOJ-ov..- "house, is progressing nicely wun John Fritz as superintendent. Erby Bicknell and wlfo or tins piauu isitcn Simpson Hirie of Rod Ln, Mrs Bickneirs grandparents, 'i?;u ai.il buncny. Harv y Wilson of Mcholasviile, is in this ii.. fallacy ; ' en ar-m- v. allcnd-ance.-Jam- es S'at-iifl- ay ing his call. They both leave Sat urday for camp. Island City Several oil Island City. May 20. men have been in our vicinity try- inp to lease land, offering laTpc sums Corn seems of money for Ieaes. to be plenty hero but tho people who have it want $2.00 per bushel. As the oil men lower their drill the pas gets stronger which brought tho leaders on the ground to witness the stronp indication for oil. Andy Biirch, who has been lingering for some timo with consumption, died at his home the lUli inst. The Southern Methodist Conference is in session nt the Southern Methodist Church this week. It is reported that Brother Mram Size-mo- re will take chargo of tho Burning Spring Circuit tho remainder of the year, ns Brother Early lives so far from tho work. Brother Size-mo- rn is n voiirn: nreacher. but is in W. T. Bowman of White. earnest. Hall is visiting among his relatives. Ho contemplates making his future Cithome In Kellyville, Okla.-T- lio izen is on gaining ground as it brings tho news that pleases tho people. Send in your subscription before prices advance. Earnestville Rev. G. Earuestville, May 2t. pave the young folks a social urday nipht, which was enjoyed by Mrs. Malinda Jackson is very all. Misses Susio Kctchum, Delia ill. Smith, Gladis and Aline Cart spent Sunday and Sunday nipht with C. Miss vlnlo T. Gabbard's family. Metcalf is the pucst of Miss Ida Georgo JackBowman this week. son, of Scoville, visited his mother, Mrs. Malinda Jackson, one day last Uncle Sam has called eight week. more of our boys to army service. They will start to Louisville Sat- world of plenty to aid in maintainQuito a largo gathering ing right. at the Holiness Church STunday to hear Mrs. Tosh commont on tho Bible. Tho Rev. Gcorgo Edwards of South Boonovillo was present and pavo n very interesting exhortation. Tho meeting will probably last another week. Mrs. Tosh is a fino speaker, nnd able to Interest those who come to hear her. , urday. SWISS CATTLE AND MEAT PRICE? FIXED BY GOVERNMENT Island City Federal Government Tho oil Tho Swiss Island City, May 25. has by decreo llxcd tho maximum a good oil well, men havo struck priro at which farmers may sell stopped it tip and gone homo to take cnttlo for slaughter as well as tho u. n few days rest. prices nt which various qualities John D. Chadwell, Matlicw Burch, of butcher's meat may ho retailed. Sherman Hudson. Logan. Thomas Farmers may demand no moro than and Walter Burch were called to 23 cents per pound for first-cla- ss was quito a There tho colors. fnt beef cattle. Tho prico applios to crowd at tho oil well when thoy cattlo sold on tho farm. If sold in Rfrnrk oil. Tho men who owned a city or other distant market cost tho leases wero present nnd said it of transportation may bo added. Tiiero was a was tho best of oil. With tho exception of sirloin and girl baby horn to tho wifo of John fillet cuts, retailers may ask no Turner a few days ago, christened moro than AO cents per pound of Margaret Estella. Tho corn plant-- 1 beef. Tho weight of bono must not ed in this part has como up juit1 exceed 25 per cent of tho total fine Wheat nnd oats aro extra. Wo! weight sold. aro looking for a good season and a I POTTS' GOLD DUST FLOUR IT'S BRIGHTER, WHITER AND LIGHTER Than Any Other Brand Second Growth Black Oak Spokes Qijxz-k- i 9 inche long $50.00 per. lOOO pieces 16 inche long xzj 16 inche long $25.00 " " " x yyl $30.00 delivered to our yard at Berea, Ky. WANTED! REMEMBER That I have LOTS or FINE FARMS IN INDIANA listed for sale, and every ono a bargain. Writo and tell mo your wants, I will then describe to you what I have. I feel sure I can fill tho bill.. R. E. PETERS Deputy, Indiana STANDARD WHEEL CO.