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Devoted to tlie Interests of tlie June 1, 1918 EIGHT WEEKS The Citizen EouLnte.iii. BKllEA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, JUNE 0. 1018. Ono Dollar People per Year. Knowledge Is Power and Uio way to keep up with modern Knowledge Is lo road a good Newspaper. No. 49. The Germans Went to School The great conflict between Germany and Christian civilization is just at its most terrible moments. We expect the Allies to suffer much because they were so slow in getting ready, but are sure the victory will be on the side of justice and right. We must acknowledge that the Germans are hard people to beat. We scorn their principles, but we admire their ability. And that ability has been cultivated by the drill of the schoolroom, livery man in Germany for. years past has spent years in school. This has made them wonderfully able to do things. And while we will not imitate their manners and morals, we must use the same means which they have used to bring out the ability of our people. Let's go to school 1 Berea Summer School 'Or' Summer Term Summer Terms are now the most important terms of the best schools of the country. It is a time when teachers may go to school to refresh their minds and get new ideas to carry back to their Good for the American Negro Some people seem to rejoice in the difficulty which the colored race has had in getting a start in lines of We think every true patriot and Christian progress. should rejoice at every sign of progress and should be sympathetic with those who have had such a poor chance. The war puts men on equl footing, and alj the colored soldiers have won approval on the fields of France. Two colored privates, Henry Johnson and Needam Roberts have already been docorated with the Iron Cross. own schools. There are two or three hundred teachers and prospective teachers in Eastern Kentucky who should attend summer school now. It would add to their efficiency and give them greater skill in meeting the many school difficulties that arise. There are many other ambitious people besides teachers who should go to summer school; High School or College students who failed in a study or lacked one of completing some course this spring should attend summer school at Berea and bring up all ' deficiencies. Berea is a delightful place to spend the summer and offers all the iudttcements for study. The expenses are mnch lower than can be found anywhere else in the country; in fact it costs less to spend the summer in school at Berea than it does to live at home. EXPENSES FOR EIGHT WEEKS Tuition Fee, for eight points or one unit, $10.00 Tuition Fee, for four points or unit, $ 5.00 Hospital Fee, for Boarding Students . $ 1.00 Board and Room $20.00 Women $18.00 one-half PRESIDENT FROST The Citizen For You The Citizen in 1918 will continue all its unequalled services for subscribers, and add new ones. We give the largest value of any periodical in America, and we want YOU to know it. Every issue is worth a dollar and a half. 7 PAPERS IN ONE: A Newspaper A Family Paper A Farm Paper A School Paper A Religious Paper A Children's Paper A Mountain Paper If IN OUR OWN STATE WORLD NEWS you desire to enter the Summer Term send your application at once to MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Secretary Berea, Kentucky Berea College Commencement JUNE 5, 1918 Each Bugle Call Means Doors Open to the Tabernacle Visitors who cannot find seats in the Tabernacle will interesting exhibits in the chief college buildings from 8:30 to 1 1:00 and from 1:00 to 3:00. Get in Tabernacle at 8:30 and 11:00 and at 1:30 if you possibly can! find J We pay more for the good paper on which The Citizen is printed; we get more news and make sure it is the truth; we print the thing the people want to know; the families that take The Citizen show a difference in the brightness of the children and the prosperity of the household. After June 30, 19 18 the price will be raised to $1.50 Get our terms on two, three and five years at the old price and let us save you money. Be sure to renew and extend your subscriptions at the old price. See the man in the booth who will tell you when your time is out. PROGRAM 8:10 Band and Procession, Ladies Hall to Tabernacle 8:30 First Bugle Call Industrial Exhibits, Vocational Dept. M3mMDSIC 20 Nothing has been heard as yet The graded school at Paint Lick, Garrard County, is to build a largo from the collier Cyclops, which annex to their building and have disappeared from notice in March. Rumors havo circulated of her apadvertised for bids. ' pearance at different times but they The city of Winchester observed prove to bo unfounded. She carried the day of "Fasting and Prayer" 205 men. She is probably lost and with a prayer servico at 10:30 a.m. furnishes an example of a traceless at the Prsebytcrian Church, a pa- disappearance. triotic service at 1 o'clock at tho Tho people of Belgium aro plancourthouso and tho usual Decoration Day at the cemetery at 4 .o'clock. ning to erect a statuo of Liberty All business was suspended between at the entrance of the harbor of Antwerp in commemoration of the the hours of 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. aid they havo been given by AmerThe "Coal week" beginning Monday ica in their day of trouble. and continuing through Saturday, statuo will resemble that which within which time the people of tho stands in New York harbor which Stato aro urged to order their coal was given to us by France. supply for next winter, was officialThe obstruction to the channel at ly designated in a proclamation Oslend has been so far shifted that issued Sunday by Gov. Stanley. submarines may once more go in All students in the infantry sec- and out. Tho base is not being ustion of tho Fourth Officers' Train- ed, however, lo tho samo extent as Tho channel at ing School at Camp Zachary Tay- formerly. is appsircntly still closed. lor wiLl bo included in tho transEngland has honored tho leader of fer of tho 2Uh Division to Camp Sherman, only tho men in tho artil- tho naval forces lhat effected tho raid on these places. lery section remaining at Camp Zee-brug- ge CONTENTS PAGE 1. went to School; Good for tho American Negro. Tho Citizon for You. Berea Summer School. Our Commencement Program. Own Stato Nows; World Nows. Chau-taunu- Editorials: Tho Germans saving for you to tako a long term subscription, say for flvo years at $5.00; three years for 2.55; two years for $1.80 or ono year at tho old price before tho first of July. Seo us at tho Booth near tho Tabernacle and let us savo you a good day's wages. Invocation Agriculture Our Meat Situation Poultry on tho Farm Sheep Raising in tho Mountains Cattlo Adapted to tho Mountains Aro They Welcome in the Mountains Testing Soils Caro of tho Cattlo . ., Treatment for Cholera in Hogs Now Crops for tho Mountains.., Testing Seed Corn Science Tho Conservation Unjform.. A Wartimo Cako Berea College Band Dr. Geo. W. Mead William E. Roberts Thomas E. Owon J. Reuben Hughes Ollio P. May Charles Eugeno Houk .Winford Franklin Bascom Franklin Hubert Maltby Alvin Glascock Bradley Dixon Helen Mallby 1. Bud Couch will bo tried in Perry County, charged with complicity in the murder of John Baker, for which John Ralllff was given tho oxtreme penalty and Rubo Wooten and Nannio Woolen were cleared last week. Tho Couch case is likely to bo passed until tho next term of court. Total figures of tho recent Red Cross drivo aro beginning to tako shape. Tho amount now is estimated at $160,139,201, and when a complete tally is made, it is expected that tho oversubscription will reach $70,000,000. Fivo states tripled their quotas. Switzerland is finding much perplexity because of tho conflicting delegations that como from Russia and claim to bo the rightful representatives of their country. So difficult has tho problem como to be that Switzerland has closed tho Russian legation for tho present thus refusing to decide between tha different claimants. University and Acadomy Turn your attention to pago 7, nj Columns. Berea Lincoln you will hear Other and LISTEN, and Graduates from sweet music if you havo a season Departments. ticket in your pocket. Try it and nom.i nnllecn Honor Roll. it will bo proven to you Juno 2. You will help tho Berea Red Cross PAGE 4. Locals. by doing your littlo part which no ono clso can do, but you. Get tho PAGE 5. Items of Inlcrost. idea? G. Mountain Agriculture : PAGE Dogs Used to Guard Munition Everything has raised in price; Homo Department: Factories. aro Displayed in many cases quality has not imMany Substitutes Miss Marga- proved, but THE CITIZEN has, as at Leipslo Fair. its four thousand roadors will readret Hall. ily bear witness. Wo aro giving n: Losson-SermoPAGE 7. Sunday Sohool you all amplo warning and a splenWhy Wo Doliovo tho did clianco to oxtond your subscripHandicraft for Girls. Biblo. tions at tho old prico boforo July Borca Lincoln Chautauqua Fea- first. Send in tho monoy and wo tures. Shcrm's Dots. will mark up your expiration date. PAGE 8. Eastern Kentucky Nows Tako a look at Miss Rich on pago Letters. two, then buy your season tiokot for tho groatost Chautauqua evor It is posslblo to got somothing for advortised for Boroa. Tho Red advantago nothing, when you tako Ladies havo tho tickets for ro Cross of tho old prlco or The Citizon sale. July first. PACE 2. 20 Home Mngdalom? Richardson nnr 18-2- Patriotio Biscuit A Meat Substituto Collection of Rcoipes Geneva Lawson FIosslo Mooro Anna Wallaco Noontide McCoury Margaret Snbwdon May Nannoy Nancy Logan Rhoda Witt Delia Cardwcll Printing Reoipo3 for Homo Scionco War Menus printed by Durand Chowning Graduating Class in Printing Elmer Fowler Glenn Mobloy Phillip Brown Eddio Bratchcr 10 Business Demonstration of tho Dictaphone 9:30 Second Bugle 5 MUSIC I Academy Department I bo-fo- Read tho Berea Lincoln Chautauqua program on pago 2 and imagino how you would fool if you miss it all. You will bo a bettor patriot If you will let yoursolf havo this great pleasure of hearing every number for tho paltry Bum of $2.20. great onough think with President Wilson oven if you cannot lunch with him. Road his loiter lo tho Chautauqua and koep thinking until you porsuado yoursolf that you aro going to havo a season tiokot and bo with tho groat crowd that will gather at the THE CITIZEN will coat you $1.50 Tabornaolo at oaoh program Get after Juno 30th. It will bo a great tho children tickets for $1.10 each. Of courso you aro lo 7th and 8th Grado Training Sohool Thomas Walkor Rowland, Vancoburg, Lowls Woman's Sphere Tho Gerraau Spy System in America Jasper Wells Redden, "Vancoburg, Lewis (42 Aoademy Graduates excused from appearing.) Fairy Chorus, Away Away 9:45 Third Bugle Normal Department Charles Graham (Sec), Covodalo, Lewis Belgian Honor English and American Idealism Harry Bryan Waller (Sec), Verona, Boooe C. A. Work in France Tho Y. M. Ora Gaines Allen (Seo.), Winchester Clark A large number of men who have not yet been naturalized but who are in full sympathy with Iho causo of the Allies is leaving the United States for France. By a special naturalization law theso men aro made American oitizens boforo they embark for Iho old world. A list of tho casualties shows many of those killed in battlo to bo of forA meeting of the Stato Railroad eign race and men of all races are Commission was held Saturday in fighting for their liberty. Louisville to give all organizations an opportunity to disinterested Italy into tho war cuss freely tho probablo effects of Tho entrance of was celebarted on Friday by tho the order of tho Railroad Administhis country a3 Italian people tration increasing freight and pas- well as by thoofhomeland. Presisenger rates. dent Wilson took occasion to send a pleasant me3sago to the King and Post exchanges nt Camp Zachary received ono in return. There- aro Taylor aro "soiling out." soldiers many points of contact between tho aro packing their belongings and two countries, and thoy aro being all is in roadiness for tho depart- noticed now as novor boforo. Italy ure of tho 8ith Division. Rolativos has much of tho truo spirit of and friends of tho men crowded tho cantonment yesterday to say tho last farewells. Turkish lroop3 have made a furin Mesopotamia. This lo ther retreat Charles E. Herd, editor of tho has been brought about Just before Nows, a dally paper of In a speech dolivorcd at tho harvest and tho Turks will thus protho Courthouso in Somerset, an- loso a largo amount of food senounced his withdrawal from tho ducts, whioh tho English will tho Elev- cure. England still holds Jerusatho race for Congress from torrllory enth district, and said ho and his lem and considerable Improvearound the noted city. support friends would boing introD. C. Edwards, of London. This ments of all kinds are both locations and the leaves tho fight between Edwards duced in people aro boing won over. and Judgo J. M. Robison, of Pln-nac- (Continued on Page Eight) Tho attention of tho world is dt- soon leaves for reeled to tho German drivo towards Camp Sherman, O., his departure to Paris. The result of four days a Pig roar) Faar) (ConUaata oa MaJ.-Go- n. Halo ri Our Great Summer School June 6 Page Two. THE CITIZEN I Juno 0, 10IP. University Column RITTER MERRILL Academy Column ACADEMY GRADUATING CISES A SUCCESS EXER- The long anticipated wedding of Miss Evangeline Merrill nnd Corp. llrtiry A. Illtlcr was solemnized In the presence of forty of their Intimate friend at 7:00 p.m., Saturday in tiie Lop Cabin Club Houso on Jarkson trcet. the Rev. The bride's father, Charlos A Merrill, of Vineyard Haven. Ma?f., performed tho ceremony. The young couple immediately betook themselves lo the hills for a mountain top experience of their new life, spending the night In tho Durdotte Bungalow on Burdelto mountain. Corp. Ritler was obliged to return to camp for duty, lcav-- 1 Ing Berea on the noon train, Sunday, for Louisville. Thoir many friends wish them evory joy and tho many blessings UI WeiHieil BEREA LINCOLN CHAUTAUQUA FIVE PATRIOTIC DAYS, STARTING JUNE 18 The Academy graduating excr-ei- es Saturday evening were unusu-nll- y good. The program was rather long but it was so varied thai it was interesting thruouU Tho first part of the program was given over to orations, then followed a demonstration of the work of tho Academy English course. Both numbers wcro a success. A short debate nnd patriotic speecbos followed. ACADEMY STUDENTS ENLIST THE NAVY IN WIN THE WAR PROGRAM FIRST DAY 9:30 a.m. 2:30 p.m. Youths Chautauqua Directed by Junior Supervisor. Opening Exercises By the Superintendent. Popular Musical Entertainment Admission 15 M Rita Rich Company. and 25 cents. The Academy Department lost six of its students lo tho Navy Monday. They were, Messrs. Bowling, Kidwell, Robertson. Davis, Tcaler, and Williams. Theso men aro nmong tho Academy's best nnd wo believe that they will mako good. LARGE ATTENDANCE ACADEMY IN 7:30 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 8M5 Rita Rich Company. "Columbia's Awakening" Patriotic and Thrift Play, by the Young People of the Community. Directed by the Junior Supervisor and Miss Anna May Conklin. p.m. Patriotic Address Major F. S. Povah of Canadian Expeditionary Force, from Admission 25 and 50 cents. the trenches. SECOND DAY Mmc. Lillian Ringsdorf and Company. Lecture Maynard Lee Daggy. Admission 15 and 35 cents. Song Recital Mme. Ringsdorf and Company. Prof. Daggy. Admission 25 and 50 cents. llll. STEARNS of Monday SHARPE afterThe surprise noon at an indeflnito hour at a half-wa- y point up Indian Fort Mountain under tho canopy of tho clear blue sky was tho wedding of Miss Helen C. Stearns, R.N.. head nurse at the Collego Hospital, and SorgL Charlos 0. Sharpe, of Camp Devcns, Mass. Tho only witnesses present wcro her sister. Miss Florenco Stearns, Dr. nnd Mrs. Lichtwardt, and the officiating minister, the Rev. Howard Hudson.' It was designed for a private affair which will continue till Thursday, when they shall onco moto descend to the planes, and then probably separate for an indeflnito period. They have the best wishes of all Borcans that their lives may bo filled with joys such as the limes may provide. BEREA COLLEGE RELIGIOUS CIETIES SO- THE 2:30 p.m. 3:15 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 8:15 p.m. Delightful Musicale : - The Academy Department has had the biggest year of its whole history. There has been enrolled moro than one hundred .students moro than ever before. It is seldom that an Academy student gets dissatis-- 1 fled nnd goes home; when they en- -' roll they slay. A course in the Berea College Academy will increao ones ofllciency to make good in life and we are glad lo see so many young boys and girls come for these courses that are offered hero. THIS, BY THE LATE MACAULAY MIGHT BE WRITTEN TODAY "Such a display of wickedness, naked, yet not ashamed; such cool, judicious, scientillc atrocity, seemed rather lo belong to a fiend than to. the most depraved of men. Principles which the most hardened ruf- -l llan would scarcely hint to his most trusted accomplice, or avow.j without tho disguise of some' pal-- 1 Hating sophism, oven to his ownj mind, arc professed without the! slighest circumlocution, and nssum-- l ed as tho fundamental axioms of all political science. Thinks Mermaid Was Manatee. Tin' Journal of Heredity rises to that the first mermaid In all iiruliablllty was not pure invention. In all probability tho mermaid story started when home Ignorant seafaring man miw nothing less than a manatee Importing himself through tho distant naves. At some distance, the scientillc periodical observes, the manatee or "sea cow" does not look unlike n human being, the shape of Its head and taelal formation when Indistinctly seen taking on the appearance of life closely akin in mankind. RITA RICH THIRD DAY 2:30 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. Popular Concert Smith Company. Address Health and Hygiene for the War. Louise Spring-IIolmes L. Mclntyre. Admission 25 and 50 cents. Grand Musical Festival Sinith-Spring-IIolm- Company. Admission 25 and 50 cents. FOURTH DAY 2:30 p. m. 7:30 p. 8:15 p. 2:30 p. 3:15 p. 7:30 p. The final joint meeting of tho Christian Endeavor of tho Union Church, tho Y. M. C. A. and the V. W. C. A. of the College was held in Main Chapel Sunday night. Mr. Edwin Fee was chosen as tho presiding officer of the hour, which duly ho performed in a uniquo fashion, as ho never will be old and is a dear friend of young people. The representatives of the respective societies wero called to tho platform and presented in well ohosen language and expressions tho work accomplished during tho year and the aims of the societies for coming years. It is exceedingly satisfying to know that the young people of today are marching forward in Christian living and be coming the leaders in church work Tho Rev. Henry M. Crane, of Boston, after a happy introduction by Mr. Fee. and a happier one by himself, delivered a wonderfully strong sermon after a graphic reading of Jacob's wrestling match with tho angel; both of which tho young people will never forget. HARMONIA SOCIETY STARS Misses Keller Concert Company. and 35 cents. m. Musical Entertainment The Kellers. m. Lecture Rebuilding the Temple. Montaville Flowers. Admission 25 and 50 cents. FIFTH DAY m. Snappy Program American Glee Club. m. ADDRESSDomestic Science and Food Conservation. Margaret Hall. Admission 15 and 35 cents. m. Amusement for Old and Young Grand Closing Concert and Entertainment. American Glee Club. Admission 25 and 50 cents. Admission 15 Delightful Music and Readings The admissions for this wonderfully rich and big program amount to $1.30 for adults and SEASON TICKETS-Sin- gle $2.10 for youths. Save several dollars by buying season tickets. You will also help the local committee. Price of BUY YOUR SEASON TICKETS adult season tickets $2.20, youth's season tickets, 8 to 15 years inclusive, $1.10. EARLY. The Chautauqua is a part of the National Defense to keep the home fires burning. It is a community event and as such deserves the support of every patriotic citizen. The above price of season tickets include war tax. GRADUATES FROM OTHER DEPARTMENTS (Lilt of CollrEt and Normal Knuluatri will I found In Comrnencrm tnt I'rotrrmm) Rhoda Anna Elizabeth Wallace Susan Witt Helen Hnwley Tuttle MUSIC Taint Lick, Garrard Witt Springs, Estill Huntaburg, O. HUNTING ACADEMY DEPARTMENT Lloyd D. Lawson, President Frances Settle, Secretary Catherine Haley, Vice Pres. Bernnl Shnrp, Treasurer Santa Fe, W. I. Schuyler Gregory Alden ; . .Crossnore, N. C. Howard McKinley Bcnfield Mnysville, Mason Guerncy Ogden Banc Ekron, Meade Edward Calvin Bratchcr Paris, Bourbon Reynolds Bell Berea, Madison Charles Harrison Carpenter William Henry Clem Evart. Harlan Traverse City, Mich. Glenn Arthur Edgecomb Upper Tygart. Carter Willard Edwin Kidwell Cohutta, Ga. Clinton CIcborn Kimsey Cohutta, Ga. Greely Kimsey George Lloyd Dewey Lawson Hot Springs, N. C. Kidds Store, Casey Benjamin Arvin Mays Millsboro. Dela. John Miller Berea, Madison William Lee Porter Berea, Madison Robert Raine Booneville, Owsley Stephen Hobart Rice Vanceburp, Lewis Thomas Walker Rowland Vanceburp, Lewis Jasper Wells Beddcn La G ranee, Ind. Elam Kdwin Robinson Crosby, Texas John Truhlar wherever they go. Durand Fields Chowning.". James Elmer Fowler Sadlevillc, Scott Berea, Madison FOUNDATION SCHOOL Everett Kidd, President Burton Johnson, Vice Pres. Virginln Sively, Secretary Estclla Alexander Nancy Azbil Bessie Allen Ogden Edgcll Debbie Faulkner David Farmer Sol Frazier Boycc Fundcrhurk Rofcoc Morris John Mccks Joseph Morgan Josephine Mnlnous Rcathcr Murphy Edward McGrath Katie Miller Charles Osborno Emory Ogg Casper Ogg Luther Ogg Luln Owens I.ucile Parsons Clifford Parsons Vernn Flanncry Belonn Gibson TWICE When tho Harmonia Society undertakes to pull off a stunt you may expect the last to bo best; so tho Tho Wednesday show. records night rendition of Robin Hood, was pro with homo made make-up- s, nounced a grand success and tho) Monday night rendition, with proper costumes, was grander. The Tabernacle was filled to its full capacity both nights and tho joy anil pleasure derived by thosol in attendance is evidenced by their interest. Prof. Rigby and his ablo corps of singers aro to be congratulated. What next? The Reason. iiu umujn uik fcimi. iimi is uecuuse you are nlwnys butting In." Bernal Sharp Christina Mae Arnold Kathcrine Elizabeth Baugh Jessie Violetta Bowers Virginia Orlia Bowers Susan Olina Bowman Ethel Geneva Chrisman Carol Dorothy Edwards Lula Emmons Virginia Evelyn Engle Catherine Margaret Haley Margaret Ruth Hart Elfrfda Jasper Bernice Lelah Norris Helen Rlchey Anna Marie Roettgcr Sara Frances Settlo Amanda Clara Stcundel Dewey Leo Swinford Mary Elizabeth White James Edward Davis Grace Ferris Dizncy Clcrncntia Lusby Mary Jane Strunk Hattie Porter Waite Liberty, Casey Berea, Madison Berea, Madison Elk Park, N. C. Elk Park. N. C. Berea, Madison Berea, Madison Berea, Madison FIcmingsburg, Fleming McKee, Jackson Detroit, Mich. Berea. Madison Mintonvillc. Casey Berea, Madison Pataskala, O. Chavies. Perry Springfield. Washington Detroit, Mich. Cynthiana, Harrison Parksville, Boyle Dreyfus, Madison Berea, Madison Lexington, Fayette Roberta, Tenn. Parksville, Boyle Iva Anderson Louis Broadus Nellie Bailey Fannie Bailey Otis Beavers Millard Broughton Samuel Boatright Pearl Boone Virgil Bcldin Macy Brent Otto Clarkson Roy Clark Ethel Clark Evelyn Clark Margaret Craushorn John Carl Mary Champ Vivian Cooper Maud Carmack Bcssio Curtis Hallie Davis Maymie Davis Lottie DaHon Rosa Dalton Mao Elam Dillard Green Vina Greer Job Hcndrlx Lena Hill Hester Hayes Glada Hnlf Philip Hall Lillie Hatfield Ruby Hincs Taylor Harlow Pearl Jackson Moggie Jones Olive Johnson Jcsso Kinnard Celia Kunath Kathryn Lowcy Richard Ledbettcr Kate Ledbettcr Austin Lynn Ruth Lawson Bculah Uwis Howard Lock Stella Lawson Essie McDanicls Verna McClecs Grace McConnell Bessie McGuire William Parker Bernice Phillips Ada Proctor Robert Rambo Sarah Rainwater Everett Rhinehart Frank Sitton Henry Sebastian Ralph Sherman James Snyder Dora Stout Mattle Strunk Willard Shackelford Maymo Smith Carl Shell Jnne Tucker Charles Vest Harlan Whito Lcona Webb Stone Woolum - ENGLISH COURSE TRAINING SCHOOLS Knnpp Hall Elinor Fred Baker Daisy Norma Cook Lewis Cornelius Davis Edward William Freeman Fieldcn Glenn Golden Julia Pearl Hanson Edward Gnrncr Ilerndon Thomas Dougherty Jackson Hornco Breneman Jones Pope's Income Uncertain. It Ih Mated ut the Vatican that e of tho actual money capital In th pupal treusury, which Is the uccuiuu-lutlnof many popes, there Is no way to deterinlnu the uetual Income anil expenditures, for tho reason that tho lu-- i oino varies from year to year, according to tho popularity of tho purllculur pope on tho throw, according to world prosperity, and like cuubos, mid that thu expenditures iuuit bo fixed according to this uucvrtuln income. out-diln : Miss Rich specializes In character and Impersonations, Irish and English, Scotch and Indian; also child songs and Modes, which she renders In an Inimitable manner. Miss Werno nnd neIs particularly gifted In gro dialect, Is a capable accompunlst and does planologucs unusually well. She Is well known In Chicago us n reader and musician, where her talent has been recognized since she wus u child. Bongs VOCATIONAL William Bradley Dixon Bascom Alexander Franklin Winford Franklin Alvin Courtney Glascock Charles Kugcne Houk James Reuben Hughes Hubert Edmund .Maltby Oliver Prater May Thomas Elijah Owen William Roberts SCHOOLS Wootcn, Leslie AGMCULTUItE Crossnore, N. C. Crossnore, N. C. Gravel Switch, Marion Marion, N. C. Green Hall, Jackson Hnstings, Fin. Snlycrsville, Magoffin Springfield, O. Habit, Okla. Ekron, Meade West New Brighton, N. Y. Hitchins, Carter , Elizabeth Mnrgucrllo Lowis Robert Iliohnrd Porter Ruby Richardson Benjamin Howard Bobbins Flora Mildred VnnWinklo Samuel Nathan Welch Clara Hazel Wyatt Rural School Anna Coyle Mozart Always Composing. j LEXINGTON, H., BUSINESS UHIVERSITI DUSINE3S Ik. uJ Swcuavr to WZUr R. SniA BmIocii CtDti Butlnetti Short Hand, Type Writing and Telegraphy IbUcM (jllf can and iJtu4M Jo piusU Uf you ai (raitcttfCftud tonnM MtarMJ Mil ud Edward Calvin llratcher rhilip James Brown Glenn Horto'n Mobley Delia Elvira Cardwcll Geneva Lee Lawson HOME SCIENCE i 1)i:iAItTM VST roil atUaUlnu luU lHacli), rinuo of Of4 Bur&f bouea. Ker HtrtlcuUrs, tuiditw WILBUR R. SMITH LCXINOTON. KV. liy rrtiiumt i:uilu)iiiriiC. 1 huiu&ad ji nl l.AIlll'4.imderUi0uf. ItdU uxf lt Nancy Elizabeth Ixgan Helen Esther Maltby Noontide McCoury Florence Ethel Mooro Merry May Nanncy Willi Magdalene Richardson Margaret Rose Snowden, ...High Bridge, Jessamine Rockhold, Coolccville, Tenn. Whitley Hastings, Fla. Senia. N. C. Berea, Madison Urec, N. C. Limestone, Tenn. Nicholasvillc, Jessamine Mozart never went to tho piano, remarks: "IIU Imagination distinctly and vividly presented to him tho whole work ho had conceived." Mozart, as ho told hi rather, wus Immersed in music, went ubout with It all day, and liked to speculate, study and relleet. From his wife wo leurn that his mind wan always In motion, that ho was contlnuully compos Inc. After stating that while composing Juno 0, 19IR. TIIK CITIZEN Coyle, William IL Co. E, 149th Inf, Camp Shelby, Miss. Coyle, Wade, Camp Taylor, Ky. Coyle, June, A. E. F. Coyle, Trud F, 30th Inf. Band, Hcad- .niiarters Cn. Camn Green. N.C. Coyle, Alex, 1st Co, 1st Bn, 100 Dep. Bgd, Camp Custer, Mich. Gross, Frank, Co. M. 4th Pago Thrco Roblc, Carroll, Hdqr. Co. 149th Reg. Trospcr, Raleigh, H. Co. Oth Inf. Band, Camp Shelby, Hattiesburg, Mil. Br, Chattanooga, Tenn. Miss. Turner, Fred, Lino 02, Kelly Field, No. 1, S. San Antonio, Tex. Robinson, Charles, Ft. Thomas, Ky. Robinson, Fred, Hlllsboro, 0, R. R. 2. Twlford, Otto R, 10th U. S. Aero Squad, A. E. F, Franco. Forward. Robinson, James S, Gist Inf, Co. K, Wallace, E. E. Mq. Co, 1st Pioneer Inf, Camp Wadsworth, S. C. Charlotte, N. C. Robinson, Miss Minnlo Jane, Amb. Washburn, Major James H, Annis- ton, Ala. Co, Baso Hospital, Ft Oglethorpe, Welsh, Preston F U. S. Navy, Eng. Ga. Wells, E. J, U. S. S. Minneapolis, Rogers, John L, "Over There." New York. Rogers, William, Co. K, 1st Pioneer Wheeler, Val, Camp neauregard, La. Inf, Camp Wadsworth, S. C. Rust, S. R, 305th M. G. Bat, Co. C, Whecldon, Vernon S, U. S. S. Mississippi, N. Y. P. M. Camp Upton, N. Y. Royse, Felix, Hdqr. Co. 120 Inf.,Camf Wheeler, Frank, Navy. Wiley, Robert, Naval Radio School. Sevier, N. C. 3 Shepard St, Cambridge, Mass. Sapp, Claud, U. S. Naval Tr. Camp, Wiley, Lewis A, Naval Radio School, Portland, N. H. 3 Shepard St, Cambridge, Mass. Sandlin, Floyd, U. S. S. Nevada, Wills, Howard, Ft. Thomas, Ky. Postmaster, New York City. Wilson. Frank, U. S. N. Tr. Sta, NorScott Frank, Ft. Thomas, Ky. folk, Va. Sellers, Rudolph, Army Y. M. C. A, Wilson. J. 0car, Co. 01, Marino Bks, Camp Sherman, Chlllicotho, Ohio. Sgt.-M.tJ- or Inf, Gettys- Lewis, Emerson, Camp Wadsworlh, S. C. Berea College HONOR ROLL Berea Collcgo is proud of Iho record of its soldier boys. They liavo answered tho call of our Country wllli tlio spirit of men. Wo shall always follow up their career with tho decpost interest. Tho names of flomo arc probably not on this list. If any one knows of a Herea man In tho Army whose namo is not in this list send in tho namo and address to tho President's Oillco, Beroa College, Ucrca, Ky. Good fortuno go with all. Adams, Lieut. Tounsen, 119th Inf., Camp Shelby, Hattiesburg, Miss. Adams, Lieut. Wiley, I. S. of A., M. G. Sec. Ft. Sill, Okla. Alcr, Antonio, 159th U. S. Inf, Camp Shelby, Hattiesburg. Miss. Alford, Green B, Somewhere In Trance. (Full address will bo appreciated.) Allen, Corp. Chas. D., 37th Co., 10th Bn, 159 D. B., Camp Taylor. Amburgy. Denver, Co. M, 1 S9lh Inf., Hattiesburg, Miss. Bailey, Frank, lied Cross Military Hospital, Somewhere in France. Bally, Green, Itadio Co., U. S. Navy, Cambridge, Mass. Ballard, Dewlse. Ballard, Iloscoo. Ky. Ballinger, William H., Battery F, Dizncy, Walter Clark, Co. L, 1st Ileg. Camp Meade, Baltimore. 312 F. A, B. 128, Camp Dewey, Gt. Lakes, III. mi. Dizney, Win. L, Batt. D, 19 F. A, Batson, Liout C. C, 149th Inf.. Camp Camp McArthur, Tex. Shelby. Hattiesburg, Miss. Dodson, C. P, U. S. Naval Training Batson, lleuben B, 9th Provisional Station, 1st Oth Co, Newport, P.. I. Co., 2nd M. M. He?., Camp HanDooley. John F, Supply Co, Oth Inf, cock, Ga. Chattagooga, Tenn. Benflcld, Bracknol, IL 0. Co.. Oth Douglas, Veo M, Ambulance Co. No. Inf, A. K. F.. via N. Y. P. M. 2, Fort Logan. Houston, Texas. nicknell, Corp. J. Paul, Hdq. Co, Duff, Powell, ' Some where in 119th Inf. Band, Hattiesburg, MiS3. France." Bisgorstaff. Homer. Duncan, Melvin, 22nd Squadron, Blggerstnff, Sgt Lloyd, Gilt Tr. Bn, Aviation Camp, Waco. Texas. Cnjnp Jackson, S". C. Early. Clinton, 1 19th Inf. Band, Camp Billry. Cheerful, II. Co. Naval Hosp., Shelby. Hattiesburg. Miss. Portsmouth, Va. East, Edward II, Co. 38, 10th Tr. Bn, Blrchtleld. William, Co. P., Mth Eng., 159 Depot Ugi, camp xayior, tvy. Discharged on account of disabil- Eccles, William. Jr.. N. A. Corps, U. ity. S. N. Observatory, Washington. Bowman, Lieut. F. 0., Co. L, 371st D. C. Inf. Discharged on account of in- - Kdcocomb. Glenn. Jury received in service. Edwards, Donald H, Medical Re Bowman. Linncy. 33th Co. 10 Tr. serve, Columbus, 0. Bn., 158th Depot Bgd, Camp Sher Edwards, John Paul, Band Master, man, 0. 119th Inf. Band, Halties'burg, Miss. Bowling, Grover, Camp Shelby, Miss. Edwards, Corp. Thomas, Jr., Co. M, Boyer, Clarence. U. S. S. Floridi, 56th Inf, Camp MacArlhur, Waco, Poslmastor, New York City. Texas. Branson, Jerry, Co. A, Ban. B. Gun- Edwards. Lieut. Robert N Aviation Great Lakes, ners' Mates Sohool, Concentration Camn. Morrison. Va III. Engle, Lieut. Stanley L, 351th Inf, Britt, Lieut. James J.. Jr., Bks. D. 12, Camp Funston. Kan. 322nd Inf, Camp Jackson. Colum Ernbcrg, Otto. 1 19th Inf. Band, Hat bla. S. C. tlcsburg. Miss. Brock, John II, 2nd Tr. Brgd. Lino Evans, Clyde. 31, Kelly Field, So. San Antonio, Kvnus. Fred. Texas. Evans, John F, 439 Aero Squad, Browning, Benjamin F, Somewhcro Vancouver Bks, Vancouver, Wash. In France. Fnircliild, .las. T.. 32 Co. 8th Bat, Brown. Corbett Camp Taylor, Louls- 159th Depot Bgd, Camp Taylor. vlllo, Ky. Ky. Brown. W. Wilson, Camp Taylor, Farmer. Frank. Camp Sherman. 0, Kentucky. Fonwlck, Leonard L, Camp Custer, Brashoar. Dlshman. U. S. S. Bridge, Batllo Creek. Mich. caro Poslmastor, Now York City. Pel ton, Corp. Flavel L, Co. "A" 55 Buohannan. Wallace. Inf.. Camn McArthur, Waco, Tex. Buchanan, Claude, 873 Aoro Squad, Fielder, Leonard, Hdq. Detach. 159 Uvo Fiold. Dallas, Tex. Denot Brgd.. Camp Taylor, Ky. Camp. Buford. 322nd P. A.. Camp Fielder, William. Hdq. Detach. 150 Shorman, Chilicothe, 0. Depot Brgd, Camp Taylor, Ky. Calhoun, Qulncey, Ft. Leo, Peters- Flanorv. Arch. Camn Custor. Mich burg, Va. Flack, Billio, 18th Regt, A. E. F, Campboll, Piner, Naval Tr. Sta., Co. via N. Y. P. M. B. 2nd Reg, Great Ijikos. III. Flnnnery, Elmo, lfith Aoro S. Squad , Campboll. William, Chler Bugler, A. E. , Via. Now York P. M. 119 Inf. Band. Hattiesburg. Miss. Flint, Sgt. Sherman, Fort Rodman, Carpenter. Sgt. Ilolliu?. Troop B, Mil. Now Bedford. Mass. Police, Camp Funston, Kans. Foster, Samuel, Ambulance Corps, 10 Caudlll, Sgt, James B, Co. D, 3t6th M. 0. T. C, Fort Riley, Kans. Engineers, Camp Lowis, Wash. Franklin. Harlan, 1st Co. C.A.C. Cecil, Capt. J. J.. Troop B, 13lh Cav, Plireon Point. Wilmington. Del. Snnfordyco. Texas. Franklin. W. S.. 150 Dep. Bgd, 25th Chapman, Floyd, M. G. Co, 1 19th Inf., Co, 7th Tr. Bn, Camp Jackson. S.C. Camp Shelby, llatliosburg, Miss. Krazier, Sol, lltli Co, 11 Bn, 159 D, B- - Camn Tavlor. Ky. Chapman, Henry Clay, 119 M. G. Co, French, Mnrvin M, U. S. S. Poca Camp Sholby, Hattiesburg, Miss. hontas. P. M. New York City. Chastcen. Emost, 159lh U. S. Inf., French, Oltis J., caro Naval Y. M. C Camp Shelby, Hnttiosburg, Miss. Co., A.. 107 Sands St- - Brooklyn. N. Y. Chllds, Herman, N. Y. S. Frenoh, Elbert, Voo. Tr. Die. N. A, Newport. R. I. Co. B. Indianapolis. Ind. Chllds. "Manly," U. S. S. Nebraska. Frost, 1st Lieut. Clovoland C, School care Postmaster, New York City. of Firo 101th F. A. Bgd, Camp Clark, Claude, Co. M. 32tst Inf, Camp Funston, Kansas. Jackson, Columbia, S. C. Clark, Waltor. 31 Inf. Mod. Dopl, Fulks. Elliott L, Hdqr. Co. 149th Inf, Hattiesburg. Miss. Fort Bliss. Texas. Clark, Carl H, Co. C, 2nd Eng. Tr. Gabbard, Sorg. E. Blalno, Ambulance Corps No. 12, American Lxpcdl Camp Humphreys, Va. Collins, Charles, Med. Olllcer's Y. M. tlonarv Forces. Gabbard, John B, 330th Inf, C. E, C. A, Fort Oglethropo, Ga. Collins, rtobort E, N. R. Sta, Co. 8, Catim Taylor. Ky. Gay, Colson, Franco, via Now York. Norfolk. Va. Collins, Samuel F, M. 0. T. C, Post Gibbs, Cecil. Camp Taylor, Ky. Oibbs, Warren, Camp Taylor, Ky. Ex, Fl. Oglethorpo, Ga. Glllon, Roy, Co. L, 10th Inf, Ft. BonJ Camp Taylor, Ky. Combs, Charles, Harrison, Ind. Combs, Llout. Sowoll, Camp Taylor, Glasscock. Aaron. Ft. Thomas. Ky. Louisville, Ky. Cook, Tom, 108 Flold Amb, British Gllsta, Joo, 18 Co, 5th Inf. Dopot Bgd, Camp Dovons, Mass. Exp. Forces, Franco. Godboy, Capt. Chauncoy, Camp Cook, Albert, Camp Taylor, Ky. Dodgo, Des Moines, la. Copoland, Robert, Dauphin Island, Goldon, Loo, Camp Taylor. Fort Galncs, Ala. Cornett, Joda, 1st Co. 113th M. P., Grlllln, Llout. Arlelgh C, Port Andrews, Mass. Camp Shelby, Hattiesburg, Miss. Adv Cox, Sgt Edward 0., Co. K, 148th Inf., Grlllln, Fleming B, M. D. Hdqs, See, L. of G. A. E. F. France. Camp Bhorldan, Ala. F--8 Crnft, John. Craln, L. 0, 18th Co. 5th Tr. Bn, Camn Taylor. Ky. Crancc, Lonoy, Camp Taylor, Louis ville. Ky. Cress, Ilolllc, Co. K. U8th Inf, Camp Sheridan. Ala. Creech, Hoy, 53rd Co, Naval Train ing Station. Norfolk. Va. Crosetto, John B 41st Co, 4th Rcpt. Hut.. Camn Gordan. Ga. Curry, Everett, Oth Co. Del. C. A. C, A. E. F. Franco, via Now York. Daniels, Capt. Irving, Co. C, 509th Eng. Camp Trcvls, Texas. Davis, Sheldon, Hdqr. Co. 109th Field Artillery. Camn Hancock, Ga. Day, Kcllcy, Naval Training Station, Great Lakes. 111. Dean, Lieut. William, 330 Inf, Camp Taylor. Louisville, Ky. Dogman, C. G, Amb. Co. til, Camp Bovlo. Ft. Worth. Texas. Dcmmon, Sgt. Willard C, 7th Cav. Troon II. Fort Bliss. Tex. Diamond, Aubrey F, 148 U. S. Aero Squad. A. E. F, Caro Adj. Gen.. Washington, D. C. Divine. Melvin. Camn Taylor, Ky. Dixon, Chester, Camp Taylor, Louis ville, Ky. Dixon, Lieut. Elmer, Ft. Thomas, burg, Pa. Gross, Orvllle, Recruit C. A. C, Fort Moll, Salem, N. J. Gudgcr, James, 333th F. A, Camp Pike, Ark. Hackelt, Sergt. II. W, Lino 272, Kelly Field No. 1, San Antonio, Tct. Hall, Lieul. John, M. G. Co. 53, Military Branch, Chattanooga, Tenn. Haley, Corp. Earl D, Ordi Depot, 38th Div, Camp Shcl.iy, Hattiesburg, Miss. Halzak, George, U. S. Gen. Hosp. No. 7 Roland Park, Baltimore, Md. Hannah, Ilobt. N, Co. B, 57lh Eng., Camp Laurcll, Md. Hart, Lieut. Joseph, Camp Taylor, Louisville, Ky. Barrel, Gordon, 10th Inf. Med. Dpt, Fort Benjamin Harrison, Ind. Harrison, Creed 0, U. S. S. So. Dakota, P. M. New York City. Hammond, Sorgt Benjamin, 333rd Inf, Camp Taylor, Louisville, Ky. Hays, Sgt. Eart T, 18th Co. 5lh Tr. Bn, Camp Taylor, Ky. Hays, Herbert, Musician, 119th Inf. Band, Camp Shelby, Hattiesburg, Miss. Hcmbrcc, George, 42 Inf. Con. Q. M., Commerce St., Baltimore, Md. Hcckman, Wnltcr W. Asst. Band Master, 140th Inf. Band, Hdqr. Co, Hattiesburg, Miss. Hill, Ernest B, Caufllns, Co. 1, Camp Johnston, Jacksonville, Fla. Billiard, D. Moss, San Pedro do Macoris, D. R. Milliard, Dudley, San Pedro do Macoris, D. R. Hillman, Jas. E, Co. E, 20lh Eng., Camp American University, Washington, D. C. Hook, John T, Caisson Co. 2, U21it Ammunition Train, 37th Div, 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, Harvey, Co. D. 2nd Ky. Inf, Hattiesburg, Miss. Howard, Richard, U. S. S. Pennsylvania, Fortress Monroe, Va. Howard, George, U. S. S. Pennsylvania, Fortress Monroe, Va. Howard, John, Forward, Birchfleld, Ky. Howard. Ray L, 6Uh Depot Btry, Guel ph, Ontario, Can. Howell, Marcus, U. S. S. George Washington, Brooklyn. N. Y. Hudspeth, 1st Lieut William R, 333rd Reg. Supply Co, Camp Taylor, Louisville, Ky. Hubbard, Lloyd, Camp Sheridan, Montgomery, Ala. Huff, Capt. E. W, Hdq. San. Tr, Humphrey, R. R, 008 Aero Inf. Sqd, Aviation Camp, Waco, Texas. Hunter. Harry S, Ball. A. 119th F. A, 32nd Div. A. E. F.. via. N. Y, P. M. Lowis, James, Ft Bliss, Tex. Linton, Leo S, Died at Camp Texas, February 3, 1918. Lockin, Earl, 47 Aero Sqd, A. E. F, via N. Y. P. 0. Lynch, Sergt Dora, 52nd Inf. Military Branch, Chattanooga, Tenn. Marcum, Leonard, Camp Taylor, Ky. Marcus, Charles, 112 Fid. Slg. Bn., Co. C, Camp Sheridan, Ala. Martin, Sergeant Robert, Mod. Dept., llth F. iL. Fort Sill, Okla. Martin, Carlyle, Fort Lee, Petersburg, Va. May, Bruce. Supply Co. 313, Q. M. C. N. A, A. E. F. via. New York. May, G. II, 87th Aoro Squadron, Bark Field, Memphis, Tenn. Marlow, George, Co. 2, Squad. 335, Aviation, Ft. Thomas, Ky. McCann, Homer, Reg. 8, Co. 81, Great Lakes, HI. McCann, John, 309th Eng. Corps, Camp Taylor, Ky. f McComas. Battle Creek Ambulanco Co, Allcntown, Pa. McGuire, Ben, Franco, E. F. Co. M, 9th InL, Via. N. Y. McGuire, Lee, U. S. Naval Radio School, H. U, Cambridge, Mass. McGuffey, William, U. S. S. Mississippi, caro Post Master, New York City, Div. X. McKay, Lieut Waller II, Medical Corps, American Expeditionary Forces. McMullin, Samuel, 159th Inf, Camp Shelby, Hattiesburg, Miss. Menzic, Leonard, 120lli Co, 1st Rep. Bat. U. S. M. A. E. F- - N. Y, City Mac-Arthur, P. M. Camp Dix. N. J. Hunter, HInton IL, 108 Co, 8th Reg, U. S. Marine, Galveston, Texas. Hylton, Charles, U. S. S. Georgo Washington, Brooklyn, N. Y. Imrle, Lieut N. A, 30 Coleman St, London, England. Imrie, Jack, 30 Coleman St, London England. Isaacs, Capt M. J, 320 P. A, Camp Taylor, Louisville, Ky. Ion, Sgt. D. B, Co. D, 119th Inf, Camp Shelby, Miss. Ison, David L, 37 Co, 10 Bn. 159 D. B. , Camp Taylor, Ky. Johnson, Corp. Clyde, 140 F. A. 41st Division. A.E.F, via N.Y.P.M. Johnson, Lambert, Co. I, 321st Inf., Camp Jackson, Columbia, S. C. Johnson, Stanley, Co. No. 45, Paris Island, Port Royal. S. C. Johnson, Stove. U. S. N. Baso Hospital, Hamilton Roads, Va. Johnson, Arthur C, 37th Co, 10th Bn, 159 D. B, Camp Taylor, Ky. Johnson, Ffank D, 33rd Co, Oth Bn, Camp Sherman, 0. Jones, Elaui, 21 1 Aoro Squad, Park-Hel- d, Tenn. Jcnes. Simon, Co. B, 40th Inf, Fort Benjamin Harrison, Ind Jones, John R, Voo. Tr. Die. N. A., Co. B, Indianapolis, Ind. Jonos, II. Clydo, U. S. N. 0. Baso, Ship Co. Hampton Roads, Va. Bks. Jenkins, Charles N, Supply Co. 35, 322 Field Artillery, Camp Sherman, Chlllicotho. O. Koffer, Lieut. Albert II, A. S. S. C. Camp Dick, Dallas, Tex. Kelly, Burton, Q. M. Dept., Columbus, 0. Killin, E. L, Co. C, 147 Inf, Montgomery, Ala. Kimball, Paul W., 122 Service Sqd, Kelly Field, San Antonio. Texas. Kincaid, Bradloy, Co. E, 330th Inf., Camp Taylor, Ky. Kitchen, Sum D, Lino I, Recruit. Div, 1st 'IV. Bgd, Kelloy Field No. 1, S. San Antonio, Tor. Leavitt, Roland S, 147 Aoro Squad, A. E. F, via N. Y. City. Lewis Corp. Fred. II, G. A. C, 2nd Co, Fort Sherman, C. Z. Lowis, Hugh, Camp Sheridan, Montgomery, Ala. Lowis, Noah, Co. L, 10th U. 8. Inf, Fort Benj. Harrison, Ind. Lowis, Liout. M. G, Camp Lee, Vo. Michaels, Manna, Richmond Tr. School Dtch, Stalo Fair Grounds, Richmond, Va. Miller, Robert E, Prov. Firo Co. 1. Camp Johnston, Jacksonville, Fla. Mockbec, William, 1st Plat, 87 Sqd. 13th Co, Ft. Thomas, Ky. Taylor, Morgan, Reuben, Camp Louisville, Ky. Morgan, Rufus, Med. Dcpt, Ft. Benj. Harrison, Ind. Moore, Edwin, Hdqr. Co. 330 Inf, Camp Taylor, Louisville, Ky. Moore, Harold, Aviation Corps, Columbus, 0. Moore, George W, 379 Aero Squad, Taliaferro Field No. 3, Texas. Murphey. Lieut Robt E. Lee, 183 Aero Squad, Garden City, Long Island, N. Y. Murrell, Jesse L, Bar. 830 N. C. 8, Camp Decatur. III. Nay, Walter, Camp Taylor, Ky. Ncal, .Sidney, Battery A. 12 F. A. Ft Meyer, Va. Nickell, Clarence, M. D. 149th Inf, Camp Shelby, Miss. Nickell, Ira, Lieut, Camp Taylor, Louisville, Ky. Ogg, Wm. Emory, Co. G, 51 Inf, Camp Forest, Ga. Osborn, J. 0, Co. D, Clh Eng., A. E.F., P. M, New York City. Parker, Clarence, Camp Shelby, Hattiesburg, Mis3. Parker, Sgt. Thos. L, Co. F, 300 Am. Tn. D-- 4, Camp Jackson, S. C. Settle, Mark, First Machine Co, Ft Benj. Harrison, Ind. Sharp, Dewey F., 22 Aero Squad, A.E. F,via New York City, P.'M. Shortc, Serg. Braxton C, Co K, 148th Inf, Camp Sheridan, Montgomery, Ala. Short, Lieut Cyrus P, Ft. Oglethorpe, Chattanooga, Tenn. Shortc, Serg. D. C, Co K, 148th Inf., Camp Sheridan, Montgomery, Ala. Simpson, Green T, Corpus Chrlsle, Tex, Co. F, 5th U. S. Eng. Slaglc, Dean, Electric. Div. Detachment Enlisted Specialists, Fort Monroe, Va. Slemp, Lieut Alfred C, Bat. B. P. A, Camp Stanley, Leon Springs, Tex. Smith, Verno Corbett, Co. II, 332 Inf, Camp Sherman, 0. Smith. Frederic L, 324 Field Hospital, Barracks L. 1, Camp Jackson. Columbia, S. C. Smith, J. W, Co. 310, U. S. Amb. Co.. Camp Dix, Trenton, N. J. Smith, John W 4th Co. Inf, Casuals, A. E. F, via N. Y. P. M. Smith, W. J. P Officer's Training Camp, Porto Rico. Sinitbers. Frank, Co. B, 333 Inf, Camp Taylor, Ky. Sparks, Cloyd, Camp Shelby, Miss. pence, Sgt E. L, Co. I, 18th Inf. A. E. F, 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 Legan, Houston, Tex. Spurlock, Goodloe, U. S. S. Bealc, via. N. Y. P. M. Stafford, Everett D, Co. 3, 50th Inf, Curtis Bay, Md. Stilwell, Lieut Abner J, Co. G, 342nd 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. New York City. Wolfe, L. D, 313 Aur. Reg. Sta. Vet. Corps, Camp Shelby, Miss. Wolford, Capt. Luke P., 323rd M. G. Batt, Camp Sherman, 0. Young, C. Harvey, Frullland, New Mexico, Forward. WW Clay Smith and G. K. Holmes are brilliant artists upon trombone, saxophone, llute find cornet and are known among band niuslcluiw everywhere. WAR AND CHAUTAUQUA SECRETARY OF WAR BAKER SAYS: "I am constantly facing the splendid results of the work donn by the In this country In creating nnd sustaining a sound patriotic pub. He feeling, and In carrying forwnrd tlio great national enterprises which the government Is necessarily bringing to the attention of our people; nnd I want you to know that ns nn officer of the government I not only npprcct-at- e the Importance of thejecture plab form ns n means of communication and expansion, but nlso appreciate tho work which you and your nssoclntes are doing ns a contribution to our national cause." Chau-tnuqu- Inf, Camp Grant III. St. Clair, Ray Y. M. C. A. No. 30, Chattanooga, Tenn. Stout, Charles E, Camp Taylor, Louisville, Ky. Street, Arvol, Med. Dept. 80th T. A, Chattanooga, Tonn. Tate, J. Harl, Camp Sovier, Army Y. M. C. A. Sevier Branch, Greenville,' S. C. Taulbee, Selden, Eng. Corps, El Paso, LINCOLN CHAUTAUQUAS Parker, Robert Co L, 120th Inf, Texas. The Lincoln Clmutauquas nre helpService Branch, Greenville, S. C. Taylor, Howard E, Y.M.C.A, 12 Run ing to win the war. Its lecturers nro Parsons, Chester, Marino Bar, NaD'Aguessau, France. vy Yard, Washington, D. C. Templcton, R. R, 70th Co. B, Paris beingtoInstructed by Uncle Sam's officials correctly Inform the pcoplo on Patin. Ralph, Y. M. C. A, Des Moines, Island, S. C. the Government's activities. Superb Iowa. Tenn. programs for 1918 will give great InPearson, Lcland E, 32nd C. 151 Do- Terril, B. Harold, Co. M, 1st Pioneer spiration to all tho people, nigh pot B, Camp Meado, Md. quality and constructive community Inf, Camp Wadsworth, S. C. service nre our Ideals. Our fourPerkins. U. S. S. Jenkins, Postmaster, Thomas, Clay, Ft Thomas, Ky. New York City. Travis, Vaud A, Ft. Riloy, Kans, teenth year will bo our best In educa tlonal achievement. D. B. Camp Taylor, Ky. caro of M. 0. T. C. Perry, Frank, Co. H, 2nd W. Va. Inf. Perry, Pcnn, Camp Taylor, Louisville, Ky. Phelps, Glenn, Ambulanco Corps 21, Fort Clark, Texas. Phelps, Glenn C, A. C. 21, Douglas, Ariz. Picklesimer. Parnell, Y. M. C. A, Fort Orglethorpe, Ga. Pigman, Huram, 33 Co,. Oth Bn, 159 Depot Brgd, Camp Taylor, Ky. Pitmann. Corbett, U. S. S, Kcar- soarge, via. N. Y. P. M. Porler, C. M. Clay, Co. E, 330 Inf, Camp Taylor, Ky. Porter, Donald, Musician, 149th Inf. Band. Hdqr. Co, Hatllcsburg. Miss. Powoll, Sgt. W. Stanloy, Co. K, 330 Inf, Camp Taylor, Ky. Puokelt John Allen, Co. G, 149th Inf, Camp Shelby, Miss. Raokloy, Lloyd, Co. J, Oth Reg, Camp Porry, Chicago, 111. Raine, James Watt, Army Y. M. C. A, Camp Shelby, Miss. Reams, Robert, Inf. Co. D. Med. Tr. Camp, Ft. Benj. Harrison, Ind. Redden. Sergt E. A, Co. C, 3rd Balloon Squad, A. E. F, via N. Y. P. M. Roid, Marry B, 33 Aero Squad, A. E. P. via N. Y. City P. M. Richardson, William K, Med. Dept., LIEUT. F. 0. BOWMAN HONORABLY was sent to Camp Jackson, S. C. Ft Sill, Okla. DISCHARGED for duty, with tho hopo of his reRice, Augustus, Batllo Creek Ambucovery; but immediately on reaching lanco Corps, Allontown, Pa. It !s with reget among his many camp ho was placed in tho Baso Rlttcr, Corp. Henry A, Co .C, Fid. friends and no llttlo disappointment Hospital and received treatment for Ky. Sig. Bn, Camp Taylor, to tho young lieutenant thai ho several nvonth3 without Improvement Reynolds, Taylor, Battlo Creek Amshould bo tho victim of an Injury and was finally honorably disbulanco Corps, Allentown, Pa, roooived whilo In lino of duty that charged on April 13, 1018, on Roark, Edward, 18 P. A. Med. Dept, caused his military career to of "physical disability incurFort Bliss, Tex. ceaso. Liout Bowman missed moro red whilo in lino of duty." Ho still Roberts. Dean Scott, U. S. S. Ne- than half of tho work In tho second is hoping to bo reinstated in tho braska, 10th Div, Fortress Mon-ro- training camp on ao'oouni of courso of six months or moro. In Va. his injury; but In spito of It all, Ilia tnnnnllnin lift has ncconted a Robertson, Jackson, Co. C, 23rd U. S. ho mada good and received tho com- 'position as Pay Master with tha Eng. A. E.F, France, via N.Y.P.M, mission of second lieutenant and , Cranberry Iron and Coal Co. ao-coo, L, Military Branch, Page Four. TUB CITIZEN Juno 0, 1018. NOTICE! All who paid for Liberty Bonds are invited to call for them SMART PEOPLE BUY DRY GOODS FROM AND NOTIONS OWEN McKEE THERE IS A REASONS RICHMOND KENTUCKY SAVE! SAVEI Get the Saving Hnbit. It means a relief from many of life's worries. Money in the bank produces a feeling of prosperity; enjoy that pleasure. A saving account means the cultivation of the habit of thrift. Start a bank account with us to-da- y. Get Ready for the next Liberty Loan by beginning now. Lay aside your surplus cash and let it accumulate for the next loan. 1U ' Hi S DECORATION DAY IN BEREA Lieut, George Hcmbrce, who i.' stationed nt Boston, Mass, has been The Decoration Day Exercises visiting old friends hero for the held in Main Chapel were unusually past fow days. Lieut. Hembrco will interesting. be remembered ns n former stuTho program was begun on tho dent of tho Academy Department. campus in front of tho Chapel by nn .will pay you 4 per cent interest on' savings Ho took his training and examinainvocation offered by Dr. Benson H. for the next Liberty Loan. tion at Ft. Benjamin Harrison, Ind. Roberts and the singing of patriSeaman Piner Campbell of the otic songs followed by "A Mother U. S. X. is visiting hero for n few Goose May Party" performed by days. Mr. Campbell enlisted from Grades l and 2 of tho Training Start saving now and the next quota is assured Iho Academy Department last fall. School under tho direction of Miss Lieut. William Dean, of Camp Boatrighl. This exercise was exTaylor, has been in town for tho cellent. past few days, visiting friends nnd The nudienco then retired to thoj relatives. Chapel whero tho remaining grades KENTUCKY Mr. nnd Mrs. Edgar Moore enter-laine- d performed their pnrt of tho pro-- BEREA at luncheon Saturday tho grnm in a very commendable- way. JOHN F. DEAN, Cashier Rev. Charles A. Merrill, his daugh- The old nnd the young were alike ter, Miss Evangeline, nnd Corp. entertnined, as well as instructed in C. G. DEGMAN WRITES HIS LAST vent n further ndvnnce. Henry A. Bitter. i patriotism. The entire program LETTER FROM CAMP BOWIE Bio. W. J. Hudspeth returned was timely and impressive. Ho says their division is getting Tho trenty mado between tho from Washington, D. C tho latter Tho absence of tho former large at tho recent conforenco has part of last week, where he has numbers of tho CapL James Wet ready to start for "Berlin via. Austria-Hungar- y Homo and the Alps' and aro no brought almost been on business. G. A I Post brings to the memory pr0 lis ,s rcw, hopelessly under tho power of GerNEWS OF BEREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM A Raymond T. Johnson, of tho Col- of al the passing of tho ohl voter- - lUm m 1Mp VARIETY OF SOURCES lege, Department, returned Sunday ans from year to year. The few by lh(J lll011?nn,Is,,,of cnhon rca(lors. many. The military affairs of tho mPnlon9 fart llml ,10 ,lig. dual monarchies aro turned over lo from a visit to his home in Sadie-vill- e. who attended accompanied by tho covcrP(l anoliier of nm,,v9 sons in her powerful ally, not only for tho Relief Corps wcro seated In the r ,,js own C0Inpnil.( Georgo period of tho war but for the futuro Mrs. Henry Muncy, daughter Netplaco in tho middle Mrs. G. D. Holliday and daughter, ,n sclool ,1Pr0 frwm as well. There Is reason to bcllovo tie and son. James, of Washington. bank of seats and enjoyed tho per- - m,Pi wll0 W!S Lenora, of Hazard, arc in Borea for mi lo im nnt worked some in tho that there is dissatisfaction among Ind., arc visiting relatives and formance of tho young people. Commencement week. Citizen ofllre. Ho Is ono of tho tho people at this relation, but nothfriends. Mrs. B. P. Jones of Warren arrivCars wero provided for tho velcr- - company clerks ami is making ing could bo done to prevent It. Mis Addie Fish spent from Sat- ans and the Relief Corps when nil ed Monday for a short visit with pood. urday until Tuesday in Louisville. Berea, Ky. her mother, Mrs. Serilda King. Bank & Trust Bldg. proceeded to the cemetery for dec- - Thev have been prepared for the Americnn forces havo won conMr. Jake Hernilon. who has been orating Dr. and Mrs. Lichlwardt have the graves, accompanied by go over there, siderable distinction for themselves school nt Lexington, is home now. the College Band. Luncheon was ,)flS!t tvo months to been enjoying a visit from the Doc- in and they aro all moro than anxious by their bravery In taking from the Mrs. Edgar Wyatt returned Thurs. served after which the audicnoo to get at tho Hun. tor's father and mother. Germans tho villago of Cantigny, a day day from a visit in Lexington again gathered in Miss Helen M. Ilanson, who was the Chapel to little ti the north of Montdldicr. Paul Ditto, who was in school listen to a masterly address by tho Scientific horse shoeing, fine iron an assistant in Berea College LiROCKCASTLE Tho point is ono of Importance beIN SALE LAND work and repairs of nil descriptions brary in 1010 and 1917, and is now here in 1917. is now stationed in Hon. Erasmus Wilson, of Pittsburg, COUNTY cause it lies nlong tho lino of tho at the College Blacksmith Shop, connected with the Library of Mi New York. Pa. The address was of a high Monday, Juno 21. 1918, between Germans' movo to separate tho Roy Creech is doing good work as Main Street, north of The Citizen ami University at Oxford, O., is a character and brought forth many tho hours of 1 and 4 p.m. nt tho ad Berea visitor during Commence a "Hospital Carpman" in Pcnacola. favorable comments from thoso who front door of tho Court House In forces of tho north from thoso Office. around Paris. Our soldiers reFla. Mr. Creech is a Berea student allowed ment. their gray matter to op- - ML Vernon, Ky., thcro will bo sold pulsed the enemy In several atand has many friends here; and wo ernte (luring tho address. Mny Mr. If you want a good fresh Jersey L. & N. TIME TABLE to tho highest nnd best bidder two tempts to recapturo tho placo and or Holstoin heifer, see Tarlton ere indeed proud of him. Wilson come again. Berea, Ky. tracts of land located on tho head at last reports wero still in possesDr. and Mrs. Jones of Richmond Ad. Combs, Berea, Ky. (In eiTcct May 11. 1918) of Little Clear Creek, in Rockcastle sion. were the guests of Mrs. Phamcy Mr. Edwin Fee is in Berea for his North Bound Tract 1 contains 210 acres. BEREA WENT OVER THE T0P.Cminl-v- usual Commencement visit, which Davis Monday. No. 32, Leaves 6:53 p.m. exciiKiing ten ncres soiu to I. i. The people of Spain aro suffering Miss Grace Adams, who has been 775 STRONG is always a delight to his many 1:17 p.m. No. 38, Leaves East side. Tract 2 con- from n slrnngo malady tho exact working in tho Richmond hospital, Many have been inquiring about Mnrtin10 on friends here. a.m. No. 35, Leaves 3:53 acres moro or less. Thoso naluro of which Is not yet known, tains how much Berea gave in tho recent Innnl. ...Ill t.n n vl . I Bnnnwit.lil n.wl Mr. Bradenburg, the librarian of is homo for a visit. South Bound or is not reported. Many thousat Oxford, O., A musical evening was enjoyed at Red Cross drive. The reports wero together and tho snlo bringing tho ands have been stricken, Including Miami University No. 33, Leaves 12:03 p.m. Edgnr just sent in nnd the nmount for Be- 1 :04 p.m. with his wife and little son and tho homo of Mr. nnd Mrs. No. 37, Leaves ,I103t money will be nccepted tho king, Alphonso, nnd his daughMiss Grace Glasgon are Commence Moore Thursday when Mrs. L. A. rea and the vicinity about reached No. 31, Leaves 12:12 a.m. (Ad-5- !) ter, tho princess, nnd oldest child. Jameson, ,Miss Davis the neat sum of $2,77155. It is truly! Davis, Miss Note: No. 33, the fast train, will ment visitors this week. The discac hns not proved so fawere en- gratifying to know that tho folks' stop for passengers from North of Maurice Taylor, a former student and Prof, and Mrs. Phalen tal as other epidemics but makes IN OUR OWN STATE in the outlying districts came, (Continued trom Ptge One) Cincinnati, 0, or for South of Knox of the Academy Department, was tertained. very is not 111., A. T. Frazier of Great Lakes. arros liberally for this great cause. precede that of tho 81th Division. tho patient that thosick. It weather visiting friends here last week. ville. Tenn. imposiblo warm In ndditian to the above amount which is exported lo take silnco will bo Ed was a business visitor hero from Mrs. J. G. Baxter and son, marked by such afflictions. tho Kentucky State Racing Com- - soon. The moss officers have We SELL hats and sell them right. mund, of IUchmond, have been vis Thursday till Monday. Principal A. W. Mohn of Sue Bengave to the State for tho'ed over tho kitchens to the 159th ad. iting her mother, Mrs. J. P. Bick- Mrs. Laura Jones. AUCTION SALE nett Memorial visited the institu- Red Cross ?300,000 which was pro Depot Brigade, and all preparations nell of Chestnut Street. Miss Bertha King who has been Real Estate in Berea rated according to the different have been mado for tho cnlrain- Jessamine Davis tion Friday enroulo to his home. teaching in Barbourvillo during the Misses Sarah and Saturday, June 8th, 1918 Mrs. M. E. Coddington. of South towns' quotas. Bcrea's quota being mont of the Lincoln Division. and John Borne, of Lexington, were past year came home Saturday to As executor of tho will of Josiah Roanoke, Va and Mrs. Maud Lines 82,000 and tho amount received visitors here Sunday. be with her mother this summer. Burdette, Mr. Alfred Woods, of Wildie, was of Cincinnati are the guests of Mrs. from the Commision was .500 which Senator James had his tonsils and sale on thedeceased, I will offer for Mrs. Vergil Stcenrod arrived Sat nbovo dnto the following B. Coddington on Center street. brought our total to $3,271.05. adenoids removed nt the Johns Hop urdav from Lincoln muge for a here Saturday. Hays Dr. Lichtwnrdt hns received his This was good work for tho na- - kins Hospital in Baltimore Saturday. property: Mrs. Alfred and daughters, visit of a few days. call for service and left for his post ticnal drive. Let us keep up our The operation is declared a success i5 Business Lots on Chestnut Street, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wyatt and of Indiana are visiting Mr. and Mrs of duty at Gettysburg, Pa., Wedlocal interests of tho Red Cross. Wo and Senator James is resting corn- William Brannaman. known as Burdette Mill Property. little daughter, Velma, of Cincinna nesday, the 5th. shall soon have another opportunity fortably. His physicians beliovo 1 House and Lot on Chestnut Street, ti are visiting relatives in town du Lieut. A. C. Griflln arrived in Be- in connection with tho great Lin- -, they have found tho seat of tho known as Burdette home place. ring Commencement. Andrews, coin Chautauqua rea Monday from Fort to bo Bcrea's trouble nnd that a com(lcto re- I Lot with switch connection and Rev. E. B. English and family Mass., to spend Commencement time treat from Juno 18 to 22 inclusive, covery is expected In a short time. warehouso on Railroad Street, spent the week end with Mr. and with Berea friends. Help the Red Cross by buying you? I Tract of Land near depot containMrs. H. C. Woolfo in Winchester. Chester Gabbard reports that ho tickets for the season at $2.20 and ing about OH acres. Traffic committee for tho Eastern. Mrs. Dooley Bodkin and children has passe'd all his examinations in $1.10 and nt tho samo timo enjoy Western nnd Southern districts nnd Trad of Land near Boono's Gap of Hazard are visiting relatives in nnd one of the best Chantauquas ever the Dental School at Louisville tunnel, containing nbout CO acres. for local regions wero appointed by town this week. is ready for graduation on tho lllh. staged in Berea. Watch tho adver- - Director General McAdoo to hear Vj Acre of Land near top of Scnf-fo- ld Prof, and Mrs. L. V. Dodge returnHo hns the congratulations and best tisements in this issue nnd next complaints of shippers and rccom-wee- k. Cano hill. (Sand pit.) ed Friday from their visit in the wishes of all his Berea friends. Don't cheat yourself out or nMnd modifications to facilitate tho I Tract of Land near Baro Knob, South. a feast. containing 15 acres. work of promulgating changes to bo Heber Wilson, a former Berea MUSIC CLASS made in the now freight rate sched- - 1 Tract of I.nnd near Silver Creek Berea for Commencestudent is in I am organizing a vacation class AMERICAN n,es- Church, known as Burdctto MounINFANTRYMAN HAS ment week. in music, both organ and piano, t tain, on which there aro two five ADVANTAGE IN AMMUNI- Mrs. Joe Stephens of Hamilton, 0 begin June 10th. TI0N EQUIPMENT Irvln Anderson, youthful bandit on room houses, 2,000 well selected is the guest of her brother, George Those desiring to Join should fruit trees, and contains nbout 43 The American infantryman in tho trial for 1,10 murder of Polico S'ergL Dick and family. for their time now. ncres. T'lomns FItzgihbons. of Louisville, Expeditionary Forces carries 200 ad-i- O Mrs. T. A. Edwards Mrs. Albert Hayes of Simms, 111., KUilty yesterday and giv-e- ts rounds of ammunition in tho pock- - ws Will nlso offer tho following mawith her daughter, Alberta, is visof his light canvas webh belt c" n "fo ler'n In tho penitentiary, terial and machinery: FOR SALE iting her daughter, Hestor, who . and his bandoleers. Tho German ''',0 verdict was received by tho graduates from the Foundation 1 Stock of Ladies' and Gents' Fur- soldier has 15 H. P. Gasolino Engino, 1 80 only 120 rounds,' and 30 crowded courtroom with unmlstako-o- f School. nishings, including store fixtures, theso aro in his knapsack. To altlo signs of disapproval. Hisses H. P. Boiler, 1 50 II. P. Green Wall n. Lakes of Jack- - ' on 1 and a fine store room situated Mr. and Mrs. W. Holmos cut-o- ff saw, good , . seeiiro them at a critical moment n,l,l Jeers followed tho reading until Engine, i (in Main St.. Berea, 'Ky., which can be ho must lose son uouniy navo oeen visiuug ui l"o court had to demand that or- - as new, 1 0x8 Fay and Egan Moulvaluablo time. rented by purchaser of stock. t der, 1 Fay nnd Egan Wood Worker, the home of Mr. Lakes sister, Mrs. ""er- bo preserved. The splendid opportunity for a live bus ing o American webh belts, accord- 1 L. C. Gabbard. could not prepare mere Band Saw, 1 Fay nnd Egan Planer tho War Department, aro far iness. This stock must go at once. superior to tho nnd Mnlcher. Lot of other pinning Mrs. Grace Ailts, formerly Mis? appetizing dishes than German leather ban- WORLD NEWS (Ad-C. B. Moore, Berea, Ky. mill machinery nnd buildlmr male- Graco Engle, a graduate of tho Class (Continued Jrom Paoa onal iHMeers. uioy aro not alrectcd bv you will find right here of MO, now living in Foreston, III., lias brought them to tho north ri",T 8n8"' (loors niouldings, oto. prolonged rains nor torrid weather. EQUIPMENT AND CAPACITY Of at our restaurant. i is in Berea for a short visit, Tho manufacture of these belts is 1,nnk 'f "o Mnme. nbout forty-fiv- e ,al? "efe'ms promptly nt 10:00 NATION'S HOSPITALS LISTED al t'' rosidenco proron of tho most intricate of tho oper- -, ,nlp3 Louis VanWlnkto Mr. and Mrs. "' Iarl. They aro in BY DEFENSE COUNCIL We cater especially to 0,1 c,lest"t Street in Borca. ations in the toxtilo field. U. S. ssimi of Soissoiis mid threaten Iho, and little son of Cincinnati arrived Information regarding the bos Army belts nro particular people those Inst Wednesday for a visit .with! mado almost entirely ancient oity or Rhoims. Tho exact i lc"IW '"ado on day of sale, pilals of tho United States, in pro- of cotton. c,"rles H. Burdelto, Executor lino of the movement seems lo havo relatives. who can appreciate the cess of complication since 111 111, is Tho exact weight of tho 220 rounds iMon iho Allies somewhat by sur- - Md-1Cleveland, 0., Mrs Nettle Mann of bea) of foods and the now collated nnd indexed in tho carried by tho American soldier in l'i'so- U is believed that a stand i " arrived at the first of the week for medical section of the Council of Franco is 12 pounds. of cooking. best With tho will bo mado at tho Marno to prc- a visit with her sisters and brother. Xational Defense. A central bureau hprlnglleld F. L. MOORE'S riflo 23 aimed shots can Mrs. Everett VnnWinklo of liar-- , hosof information concerning tho We satisfy big appetite bo fired each minute. Firing from lan was visiting relatives in town pital facilities of tho country, tho hip 0 shots can bo at small expense. And last week. under win- conditions, is thus pro- ute. Tho new United fired a min or Miss Nora Wyatt, of tho class of, we're always ready io vided. Tho data will bo kept up 1017 (modified Enfield)States model BourbonPoultry Remedy does oven teaching in Mich- FOR '10, who has been to dato from month to month. give quick and courteous better. igan this year, came homo last Tills bureau has not only tho deFirst Class Repairing service. week to spend tho summor with dlnklnir water cuies ft APPS tails of over 1,000 activo hospital, tnaprcvi'iimwhilo Had Had Experience. ah j hor parents. AND dlarrboea, cholera and olhrr chicle but is also gathering full data conCharley was to have n birthday onrt lUeiM-n- . Ono malts Englo of McKee is in Berea cerning nearly 8,000 other institu his Mrs. II irillons of nxvllcliin. At Vlu-bilKrondraothi'r asked Fine Line of Jewelry e tions, which include sanitoria) in- needed. "Oh. don't givehim wlmt ho for the graduation of her daughter, lioultry bouk froo on itxjuimt. firmaries, homes, asylums, and dis- need," ho pleuded. "I'll gi-- t niu what I Virginia, from the Academy De- Berea IHIIOI HUM C9.,lulttu,b. Kentucky that from pensaries. partment. Sold by Porter-Moor- e Drug Co. MAIN ST. BEREA, KY. mother anyway." THIS BANK Berea Bank & Trust Co. Berea National Bank - LOCAL PAGE cm-por- Fnulk-accustom- ed Dean & Stafford REALE STATE Best Blacksmithing turn-missi- on 1 ' I I. ' X7' go fn(' The Most Famous Chef - W frt ck 8) - - OneDrop Jewelry Store Seale's Restaurant 1 lllil. $100 in Education Equals $1,000 in Land. 'JAMft tlALL'ACAtcm girls dortjttort CWTClttOOI9,Aatl'TtCTJ i, rtWW' am college: ; cur. a New Women JAMI'.S HALL Uurmltory now being tomplrtril. JAS. C. BOWMAN Instructor in Foundation School ROBT. County r SPENCE Agent DEWITT WOLFE One of the First Berea Volunteers BOONE TAVERN KRH LSI 989 BHl PKflHMB.BMiiiBHHHHHMlHlHXr3SHHHfl llflflflflflflflflflBKIi iflflflflflflfl IibbMhbel 1 THE NEW HOSPITAL mm EGBERT H. GOUDEY Superintendent of Painting JNO. N. PECK HENRY J. CHRISTOPHER Professor of Mathematics Academy Asst. Supt of Construction and Woodwork The Citizen nbllrirl rvrrr ThurxUr at Itrrra, Kj. EXHIBITS ON COMMENCEMENT DAY 1918 A,family Newtptprr for all that it right, Agriculture, true, and interfiling 35 BEREA C PUBLISHING cu. (Incorporal vlt WM. C. FROST, FJ.Ioc-lnbl- .l U. WERTENBEKGER. M.n.iin, Editor Stibicription Ratei I'AYAHLE IN ADVANCE SI Thrt On. Yrar Monlht Month. II.M or Kirm Money rVnd money by I'wl-offi- e Order. Draft, lletriitered Letter, or one anil two cent (tanpa. The date after your name on label how to what daw your uberriptlon It paid. If It ) not changed within three weekt after renewal notify ua. Mit.ln numbrra will l iiladly tupplinl If we good are notified. UWral urmi irlt rn to any whoobuln new Commons forua. Any one rendlnir u four yearly utiKriptiont ran reeele The Cltlien free for Basement. Kentucky and bbc year. Miss Sperry Hall rate! on application. Advtrll.lnc hdiiratfnnnl Industrial Htiilding W. J. Ualrd Agricnllure, Practical Farm S. L. Hairtl Arrhileelural Drawing Si Industrial Wile R. P.McElroy Bakery Miss Bakery, Rear Ladies Hnll Pperry Carpentry 50 Woodwork Bldg. .1. A. Burgess Chapel Tower and Chimes Chapel T. J. O'horno Commercial noom 10 Industrial Bldg. F. M. Liven Berea Lincoln Chautauqua JUNE 18 TO 22, 1918 Talcott Dairy and Milking Machine 3-- to this duly. AH cligi-ble- Foundation School Foundation School Buildings from this section must report T. A. Edwards at Iliohmoud. Prof. Carl Hunt i; the ofllcer in charge of this section Harden Garden Oillce B. Fielder mill all iiHiuiries and claims should 1 r ,...1 In!.,. Dnnm Home Science I.I do tnretHcu in nun tor iitnitu. Cooking, 32 Industrial Building-M- iss in mind tho day and tho penalty. M. Dizney Sowing, Hanson Hall Miss M. "AWAKE. 0 ZION" Berg receipt of a clipping Wo are in Normal Work, Pfi Chapel Annex-M- iss tent in by a friend relative" lo ong J. Mooro workers in Berea, nf tho former Laundry tho ltev, W, E. Lincoln, now of Over Power Plant C. M. Canfleld Pninosville. 0. was ai Library It slates that Mr. Lincoln graduate of Hartford Seminary in Library Miss Corwln the class of 1800. Ho proudly owns Printing tho title of "an oltl abolitionist, whoj Printing Offlre, Bruce Building E. L. Roberts has known bullets, prison, and al, tho ripe old ago Science most death." At Biological Laboratory, Normal,, of 87 ho ha9 just issued a book 87 Chapel Annex C. D. Lewis "Awake, 0 Zion." Bolany Laboratory and Cabinel, He was ono of llio pioneer work15 Industrial Building MacK ers in Herat, being associated with Morgan fnilipp Kco in tho hard days of tho Physics and Electric Exhibit, beginning of things at Horea, from 20 Science Hall R. Whilakcr 1855 to 18C8. Chemistry Laboratory, 21 Science Hall C. F. Runiold 11-- -' Reasonable Conclusion. and Monorail Car, 21 Science "Although tin' fixitpiii) who robbed Hull C. F. Rumold my twitch mid money hint nlKht mi of u)i'iiri'l lo nit' to ho timiFimlly lull, Rloytl and Freehand Drawing, 101 Bruce Building A. N. May he neml In ejteiiuntlon ot the outrage Hie fxeiihf that ho wiih exceed- Training School ingly rshort," foiiiiiit'titi'ti Professor Knapp Hall a N. MoAllister l'ate. 'Tho deduction 1 tlritw from the Incident In that, In udtlitlon to bring Optimistic Thought. dishonest, he wan ulbo untruthful.- Resentment Is teiuitontry, but Kuumih City Slur. Is elernnl. s 1 1 .. Dairy Barn. 0- -f I ; 5 S. Muncy JUNE FIFTH REGISTRATION DAY Delco Light Plant Let it bo borne In mind by all 30 Industrial Building young men who have- become of ago since tho last registration day that Engine Room Power Plant O. G. Dick Wednesday, Juno 5th, is a partic'Wieno is a FireMtlo Industries ular day for them. Log House Mrs. Anna Ernbcrg heavy penalty attached for - Part of the National Defense Deserves the Support of Every Patriotic Citizen PRESIDENT WOODROW WILSON SAYS: "The people WILL NOT FAIL in the support of a patriotic institution that may be said to be an INTEGRAL part of wi tho National Defense." WIN THE WAR PROGRAM High Standards en-lill- ed Quality Efficiency i ay IN THE COLLEGE TABERNACLE Buy Your Season Tickets Now! Adult $2.20, Children $1.10, including War Tax. ' If You Could Not Go To School During Regular Term You Should Go The Summer Term. Pago Six. THE CITIZEN Juno 0, 1018. MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Kobert F. Spencc, Farm Demonstrator and Special Investigator TO SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG 1st Door Training that adds to jour general education. money-earnin- HOME DEPARTMENT Conducted by Miss Margaret Dizncy, Director of Home Science artificial and substitute, leathers wero noticed. Brass and cepper articles were not seen, and attempts were mado to placo subtin Leipzig spring fair showed of many substitutes nnd sur stitutes on tho market in tho form rogates which havo been placed on of plated wares. tho market In (lermany. Descripox-hih- lts AGRICULTURAL MEMBERS CLUB Last week we had letters on growing pigs, poultry, and crop?. This week I want to call your attention to growing of corn. Our nation is expecting great things of us, and wo Must Do Our Best. TO MEMBERS OF AGRICULTURAL CLUBS GROWING CORN Tiio selection of good seed and the thorough preparation of the seed bed arc very important factors toward securing a big crop of corn; but If one were to stop here, tho HOHEHT F. SPENCE. chances of securing a big yield County Agent would be small. Success or failure with corn rests very largely on tho P.S. Is your record book up to manner and frequen- c- of cultiva- date? tion. Tho killing of weeds is only one of several important reasons for ROCKCASTLE COUNTY cultivating corn. Weeds rob tho Tho farmers of Rockcastlo County corn of the. plant food, water and arc working as never before. Ono sunshino which tho corn plant farmer said to Hie County Agent, "I must have if It Is to mako its best begin work at 5:00 o'clock and quit growth and yield. Even our best at 8:00 in the evening, without eatsoils have but n limited supply of ing biscuit too. I have made invest plant food which the plant can ment in Liberty Bonds and given draw on each year. If the weeds to Y. M. C. A. nnd Red Cross. pet part of this plant food, the crop have more to give, and am willing suffers. Kill tho weeds. to give aJI if necessary to win the Read pages Ifi .and 17 of Bulletin war. The wholo family is for No. 537, "How to Grow an Aero of lowing the footsteps of tho leader. Corn." which will tell you more Rockcastle County went "Over the nhout cultivation. If you have not Top" in Liberty Bonds and Red received this bulletin. let mo know Cross drives. She's preparing to go at onco and I will send a copy. over again. Tho first cultivation is sometimes given by going over the wholo field with 'a light spikd-tool- h barrow. TO 'BEREA TOWNSPEOPLE If tho barrow is light and tho Gardens arc looking well in Be- teeth are set shallow, no harm will rea, considering uie worK ana sea come to the crop and many small son. .More worK wouiu remove tno weeds will be killed. Later cultibarrier to the development of crops. vations should be shallow and pref- Garden crops can't grow when erably with a cultivator which lias weeds have them by the feet and many small teeth or shovels in neck threatening death. Death will preference to the old fashioned come sooner or later to the garden single or double shovel plow. Cu- which is- struggling with tho weeds, ltivators with several teeth tend to if weeds are not moved and soil leavo the ground level, which pre vents tho soil drying out so rapidly ns otherwise. The old fashioned method of deep tillage is being disf carded for the beltfl' method shallow cultivation. Deep cultiva Hon, after tho plants are a few Inches high, will break off many of tho feeding roots which are close to the surface nnd so injure (lie crop "Every boy on n farm holds trench of his own." Your trench is your corn field. Tho weeds and bugs are aiding tho enemy by cutting down our yields of food stuff. Don't let thorn lick you. Go over the top with your cultivator and hoe nnd conquer them. Yours very truly, PEOPLE Berea's Vocational Schools g MANY SUBSTITUTES ARE DISPLAYED AT LEIPZIO FAIR According to tho Leipzig correspondent of n Christiana newspapor, loads. Many power, combined with Carpentry, Bricklaying, Print- TOR YOUNG MEN Agriculture, ing, Commerce and Telegraphy, TOR YOUNO LADIES Homo Science, Dressmaking, Cooking, Nursing, Stenography and Typewriting. 2nd Door Berea's Foundation School General Education for thoso not far advanced, combined with somo vocational training. No matter what your present advancement, wo can put you with others like yourself and givo chance for most rapid Improvement. , 3rd Door Berea's English Academy Course Tor those who nro not expecting to teach and who aro not going thru College and desiro more general education. It also gives tho best general education for those who wish a good start In study and expect to carry it on by themselves. 4th Door Berea's Normal School This gives tho best training for those who expect to teach. Courses are so arranged that yi ung people con leach through, tho summer and fall and attend school through tho winter and spring, thus earning money to keep right on In their courses of study. Read Dinsmorc's great book, "How to Teach a District School." 5th Door This is the Berea's Preparatory Academy Course straight road to College best training in Mathematics, Science, Languages, History and all preparatory subjects. Tho Academy is now Berea's largest department. 6th Door This courses twenty-flv- o Berea College Institution, and provides standard war conditions. For samo in Borca, but tho finds itself now makes as we have in tho past the girls nnd 815 M) to cot half that at other fee and room Is tho crown of tho whole in all advanced subjects. Ilaiso in Board is forced by years tho board lias remained the unusual situation in which tho whole country it impossible for us to live on the some money This adds $0.60 to tho former expenses of the expenses of the boy:, but still loaves tho schools and "cheaper than staying at home." by the term, board by tho half term. FALL TERM A Temporary PAYMENTT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental Installments rent are as follows: Expenses for Boys VOCATIONAL AND stirred. FOUNIlATIOK hCIIOOLS ACAUKMY AND NORMAL tions of some of theso havo been MISS MARGARET HALL received by tho United Slates Chamber of Coinmerco: A surrogate for pepper is offered for sale which, Judged only by its nppenrnnce, seems almost tho same ns real pepper. Tho color, odor, nnd taslo have been surprisingly we'l Imitated. A tea is shown to which tho nnmv of "Herman tea" lias been given. It is prepared from nny ono or a combination of a great variety of plants, from strawberry leaves to linden blossoms. It is said to tasto very much liko genuine tea, but oven n half dozen cups will not producn tho stimulation caused by a single, cup of real tea. There nro any number of surro gates for marmalades. Most of them are prepared from garden vegetables instead of from fruits, with n minimum amount of sugar. Substitute soap is offered for sale which is said to havo been prepared from the oil In berries nnd from pumice stone. It lacks, however, the one main characteristic of soap, that of working up into a rich, orcamy lather; olhcrwiso it is very good. Substitutes are also to bo Mis Margaret Hall Is a gradunU had for laundry blueing. Substitute bicyclo tires nre some dlctltlnn of right yours' experience times mado of two concentric Iron In tcnchlng Chnutauqua audiences tin rings with small springs between prnctlcnl relation of food to health. Her work proves n revelation to house-wive- s them. They are very scrvicablo on nnd Is prnctlcnl unil Instructive asphalt pavements, hut arc not ex- Miss Ilnll comes to the Cliuutnuqus actly n noiseless nor ns easy rid plntfonn this summer with full lnfor ing a' genuine rubber tires. mntlon direct from tho Oovernment A largo number of articles offered concerning tho need of Food Conner foi sale had been prepared largely vutlon nnd practical suggestions thai or entirely from paper coarse nil should hi'iir nnd heed. Her loo ture will be especially npproprlnto. will working clothes for men and womhe right up to en, blouses, aprons, and other fab- with helpful thu uilnuto nnd replete Information ulonjr rics. There were paper belts which lines of food economy. Miss Halltin U seemed capable of driving heavy on our Clinutnuqun program. COLLFOC BADGES FOR VETERANS OF MEXICAN ROW Incidental Fee Room $ 5.00 7.00 12.25 $ G.00 7.00 12.23 $ 7.00 7.00 12.25 Board, 7 weeks Amount duo Sept. 11. P.H8.. Board, 7 weeks, duo Oct. SO.. Total for Term Incidental Fee Room 21.23 12.25 2555 1255 2055 1255 33.50 .MJ0 ,$ 5.00 7.00 3750 $ G.00 7,00 1050 23.50 1050 31.00 Expenses for Girls .. .. 1050 Board, 7 weeks Amount due Sept. !1. HH8.. 2250 Board, 7 weeks, due 30.. 1050 ,.T3.00 Total for Term This does not includo the dollar deposit nor money for laundry. $ 7.00 7.00 10.50 0. 2150 1050 boo"ks or Special Expenses in Addition to Incidental Fee Business Fall W'inttr Stenography and Typewriting $11.00 812.00 Bookkeeping (brief course) 11.00 12.00 Bookkeeping (regular course) 7.00 6.00 Business courso for students in other departments: 9.00 1050 Stenography Typewriting, with ono hour' 6.00 7.00 uso of instrument Com. Law., Com. Gcog., Com. 1.80 Arith., or Penmanship, each.. 2.10 In no case will speoial Business Fees exceed $15.00 per term. able-bodied Sf-rin- $10.00 10.00 5.00 750 5,00 War-tim- e 150 Responsibility Yours and Ours young man or young woman can got an education Any at Berea if tlicro Is the will to do so. If it is impossible for any young man or young woman to be in school tho full year, by nil means thoy should enter for a course durHere are the new Mexlcun hervlce badge, which tire being distributed to ing the winter and spring terms. the American veterans of the border brush. On the left Is the navy badge, both Hides being shown, and on the right the army budge. Tho public schools will close about Christmas and tho teachers and advanced pupils should not ho idle through tho long winter months but should ho studying in Berea where tho best education can bo gotten for least money. Dogs Could Be Extensively Used to Help Guard Munitions Factories Bjr H. E. KINGMAN. Colorado Agricultural College. Fort Collin. Colo. Applicants must bring or send a testimonial showing that they an above 15 years old, in good health and of good character. This may bi signed by some former Berea student in good standing or some reliable teacher or neighbor. The use of tobacco Is strictly forbidden. For information or friendly advico writo to the Secretary, In guarding property during theso strenuous times tho watchdog has been overlooked. may be increased MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Ky. Wherever thero is need of a watchman hia efiiciency ty tho company of a dog. Factories, mills, munition plants, storehouses, railroad bridges, depots, mines and reservoirs must all bo protected during war times, and dog? can bo easily trained to render an invaluablo service. Tho highly developed senso of smell enables tho dog to locato an intiuder in tho dark, and many dogs havo been trained to givo warning in case of lire. A watchman is not liable to bo taken by surpri60 if nccom panicd by a watchdog. Upon entering a dark room, rounding a corner, or passing a freight car, ho may rest assured that no other person is within coii6iderublo distanco if tho dog lias scouted tho ground beforo him Not all dogs aro suited for polico work, but most any dog can bo trained to bo of somo service. Tho breeds of dogs best adapted for such work aro tho polico dogs, Airedales, collies and bull terriers. Bloodhounds aro splendid trailers but not adapted for other polico duties. Kindness, firmness and patience aro all essential to tho successful d training of a polico dog. A dog will trail a man until caught and will then prevent his escape. If tho culprit chooses to stand quietly, the dog will remain a sofo distance and bark, but if tho man trios to run tho dog will attack him, usually about tho legs, and tho man is thrown. If a club is uscM tho dog will grab tho arm. This usually onds resistance on the part of tho man. A Bhot may stop tho dog but it must be a fatal ono, siuco ho is trainod to attack in the face of flro. Why not givo tho dog a chancer , well-trainwell-traine- Notional necessity 1ms put u new responsibility on every motorist. Utmost service is demanded the highest usefulness of yourself and your car. Service and economy are your only considerations. Our responsibility goes hand in hand with yours. As the largest rubber manufacturer in the world, it is our duty to supply you with tires of unfailing reliability and extreme mileage. United States Tires are more than making good in this time of stress. They are setting new mileage records establish ing new standards of continuous service effecting greater economy by reducing tire cost per mile. There is a United States Tire for every car passenger or commercial and every condition of motoring. President, International Lyceum and Chautauqua Association. bus been ou my mind for some tlmo to thank your organization for the very real help It has given to America In tho struggle that Is concerned with every fundamental clement of national life. Your speakers, going from to community, meeting peoplo In tho friendly spirit engendered by years of Intimate nnd understanding contact, havo been effcctlvo messengers for tho delivery and Interpretation of democracy's meanings nnd Imperative needs. The work that tho Chautauqua la doing has not lost Importance becnuso of war, but rather has gained now opportunities for service. Lot me express the hopo that you will let no discouragement weaken your activities, and that tho peoplo will not fall In the support of a patriotic institution that may be said to be an Integral part of tho uatlonal defense. Cordially and sincerely yours, WOODUOW WILSON. Mr. Montavlllo Flowers, It com-munl- ty nnmiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiM mm ml The nearest United States Sales and Service Depot will cheerfully aid you in fitting the right tire to your needs. a r wn United States Tires are Good Tires ill mm m ii w m mwA t Juno 0, 1018. PngPngp COURTINQ wns n red-lette- r Seven. SUNDAY SCHOOL Lesson Second Quarter, June 16, 1918. INTERNATIONAL SERIES 9 11 Why We Believe the Bible Dy REV. W. W. KETCHUM Director of Prtctlrtt Woik CourK, Moodr Dlb!lrKllttiU,Chlcgo J HANDICRAFT TROUBLE. SMITH-SPRING-HOLMES n. ORCHESTRAL QUINTET I THE Isa. 53:0). John 10:38-42- ; Tho women who ministered unto him beheld where his body wns laid, und returned, nnd prepared spices nnd ointments, thnt they might anoint his body when tho Sabbath wus past, and they rested the Sabbath day according to tho commandment (vs. 47; Luk 23:65, 60). Their lovo wns real but not believing what lie had snld about his rising nguln tho third day It wan love's labor lest. Notlco what 18 written in Watt. 27:0200 ubout sealing and making sure tho tomb, and consider man's valu thoughts. Contrast tho shutting up and scaling of the devil in the abyss for thousand yours (Uev. 20 Hint he found no fnult In hl:n, nnd being warned liy his wife not to hnve nnythlng to do with him becnuso of n dreiini the hnd, It being his n nt thnt fonst to release unto them n prisoner whom they might select, nnd having n nolnhle prisoner who hnd been n murderer, he gnve them n choice between Hnrnbbns nnd Christ, hoping thnt they would surely ask for Christ. The chief priests nnd elders persuaded thn multitude to nsk for Hnrnbbns, nnd destroy Jesus. When Peter this In one of his discourses he mid, "Ye denied the Holy One, nnd the Just, nnd desired n murderer to be grnntcd unto you, nnd killed the Prlncp of Life" (Acts When they cnlled for Ilnrnhhits, Pllnte nsked, "Whnt will ye then thnt 1 slinll do unto him whom ye cnll the King of the Jews?" or, ns It Is In Mntt. 27:22, "Whnt shnll I do then with Jesus, who Ik cnlled Christ J" They cried out. "Crucify him" (vss. Pllnte therefore took wntor, nnd wnshed his hnnds before the multitude, snylng, "I nm li. noccnt of the blood of this Just per son; see ye to It." Willing to content the people he relensed IliirnbhnH unto them, nnd delivered Jesus, when he hnd scourged him, to be crucified (vs. in nnd Mntt. 27:24). Oli, but It It hnrd to rend It nnd write It. Whnt do nil the ntrocltles of this present wnr nmount to compared with this front mcnt of the Son of Ood, who glvoth tc nil life nnd brenth nnd nil things? When Pllnte snld, "Itehold your Klngl tlio chief priests snld, "We hnve no king but Cnesnr" (John 10:1415), nnd they have hnd their choice ever since even till now. Jesus In the hnnds of tho soldiers mocked, crowned with thorns, smitten, spit uiHin, n robe put on his hlccdlnp bnck nnd taken off ngnln, nnd his owe clothes put on with rude nnd cruo. hands, nnd the cross laid on thnt bnck, makes one shudder, nnd sick nt heart (vss. Whether he stumbled wc nre not told, but It Is Just n nilte ol relief to see the cross tnken from hit poor bleeding bnck nnd placed tipoc another. Whnt n privilege wns thut conferral uion Simon the Cyrenlnn whether he renllzeil It or not. Pouching the place of crucifixion, hi would not nccept nny stupefying po tion, but rnlmly submitted to be cruet fled for us, made n curse for us, thnt Clal we might not perish (vss. 3:13). Cnn you see him ns he meoklj bore nil this shnmo nnd pain In your ntend, nnd not say from the heart "God forbid thnt I should glory, save Id tho cross of our I.ord Jesnj Christ, bj whom the world Is crucified unto mo. nnd I unto tho world," (Onl. (1:14). Wc cnn meditate upon nil the agony ol thnt night, nnd thnt dny, on which he made Atonement for the sins of the world, nnd tnlk of It, nnd sing of It, but to understand It or In nny sense realize It Is simply Impossible. Wc should iy from the henrt, see whnt It cost lilm to redeem me. Murk gives the three hours of Ills crucifixion, the darkness, nnd his death, the third, sixth und ninth hours, Jewish time, which would bo our nine, twelve nnd three o'clock (vs. 25, 33). Consider nil the Scriptures fulfilled In tho piercing of his hunds nnd feet, the dividing of his rnlmcnt, his being numbered with not n bono of him broken, und others, und expect ns literal n fulfillment of nil Scripture. Consider the reviling of those who pnssed by nnd of the thieves, und thnt when ho wus reviled he reviled not again (1 Pet. 2:23-24)- . Consider his seven words, or sayings, from the cross and their BlgnlfUrnnce, nnd implication to you. The veil of tlio temple wns a syiuioJ f his body (Meh. 10:20), mtdTUien" he, died ft wns rent In twjdnjronj the lop Z 38). Tt vob full of to thojjottqm flifufesTcf cherubim, symbols of his nnd they being rent when It waw rent tench us thnt when ho died we died with him (Ex. 30:35; flnl. 2:20; Itoni. 0:S. 11). Joseph of inked Pllnto for tho body und ho and Nlcodemus prepared It for burial nnd laid It In Joseph's new tomb nnd thus fulfilled another Scripture which said, "They made his grnvo with tho rich In his denth," (vss. cus-tor. 22-2trans-pressor- s, 42-1- 7; Text of Lesion, Mark 15:22-3Memory Verte, John 15:13 Qolden Text, Mark 15:39 Commentary Prepared It mny be helpful to some who nre wondering If tho Ulble Is tho Word of by nev. D. M. Stearru. (lod, If wc stnto some reasons why After such n night ns never before Christian men nnd nor since wns pnsscd liy mortal ninn, In women believe the lln pinion, mill before the chief priests Illble. unit tlio council, they bound Jesus, nnd It Is not n mark cnrrlcd lilm nwny nnd delivered him to of learning, ns Pllnte, the Itoinon governor, (lint ho some would hnve might hnvo him put In denlli, nx n us think, to disinnlcfiictor, who wns perverting the believe the ltlble. nntlon, nnd forbidding to give trlhuto Mr. Gladstone, to Cnosnr. After Pilate's repented great- Kngland's est es in an, snld, "It has boon my privilege to Intimately know sixty great men nnd nil fiut six of them were earnest acknowledged Chrlsilims." Itollef In the Illble Is not n lenp In stnt dny for Pnt It For the first time he wns n member of n Jury. Dressed In his best suit he wns about to depart for the courthouse when his wife nsked hlm By-- DOROTHY PERKINS 5 win re ho wns going. "Shure, nn' It's WAVAVWWWW.VAVAW ing," replied Pnt. to coort Ol'ra go(Copyright, by A. Neely Hall.) The next dny the same thing hapFOR A SAINT VALENTINE'8 DAY pened. However, on the third mornPARTY. ing things entne to n climax. Mrs. Flnncgnn ngnln nsked the question. Ask each ono Invited to your St "ShurcJ It's to coort Ol'm going," dny party to bring a VaValentino' snld Pnt. lentino for sending through Cupid's Mrs. Flnncgnn took the rolling pin post cilice. The names of tho boya girls must bo placed upon the nnd got In Pnt's wny. and "Now, Pnt," she replied, "tnko off back of their valentines, nnd the valgood clothes; yer not going to entines dropped Into Cupld'a mall box thorn If there's nny coortln' to bo coort. upon Immediately entering your done, slitirc, yo'lt do It here, nn' do home. It with me I" Cupid's mall box Is easily constructed out of a cardboard box. Cut a Truth About Premonition. plcco from tho cover equal to "Once In n while nn error turns out of Its length, nnd with a atrip to lie the truth," snld the editor. of cloth hinge together tho two "How Is that?" nsked tho cnller. parts (A nnd II, Fig. 2), nnd sew the "Why," replied the editor, "In writrim of part II to tho aides of tho box. ing about the denth of Mrs. Ilnunder I referred to Mr. Rounder ns 'the berenved widower,' but the compositor mnde it 'the relieved widower,' nnd It got Into the pnper thnt wny, and Itounder never even called up to demand n correction." London FOR GIRLS one-thir- d Tlt-Rlt- the dark. It Is not attempting to be- teaching. It Is the one book thnt tells us about God; who ho Is nnd whnt be Is; thnt tells us about mnn, whence ho enme, whnt ho Is, nnd whither he Is going. It revonls tho lovo of God In tho plnn nnd purpose of redemption through Christ. Without the Illble, wo should by searching try to And out God nnd by guessing to discover ourselves. Uy It, we hnvo come to know God. whom to know- aright Is life everlasting, nnd to know ourselves. Whnt was snld of our Lord cnn bo No book ever snld of the Illble: spnke like this book. It Is, Indeed, n lamp unto our feet nnd n light unto our pnth and shows us the way to that city whose builder and maker Is God. IV. A fourth evidence upon which our belief rests Is fulfilled prophecy. Take for Instnnco tho prophecies concerning Christ of which there nre In tho three hundred nnd thirty-thre- e Old Testnment. All tho prophecies concerning his first advent hnvo minutely been fulfilled. These prophecies etnnd tho severest tests, so thnt wc know that we are not deceived ns to e their fulfillment so there wns no wny Uij Pe'lPt to have knownliotv they"vere"cdmlng out. Hut they camo out ns predicted. This Is only one of ninny linos of prophecy, which wo would examine. Thoso concerning the Jews which led n court preacher, when nBked by his sovereign to prove tho Scriptures, In ono word to answer: "Tho Jews, your mnjesty, tho Jews." And tho prophecies concerning tho grent political systems of tho world ; such ns Unbylou, Greece, and Home. Let anyone, who Is In doubt about tho Scriptures study the cvldenco of prophecy und ho will And ground for faith In tho Illble. V. Then finally, tho evldenco of what tho Illblo does Is ground for our belief In It. liy Its fruits It can bo Judged. It has civilized nations, transformed the lives of millions, given hope, to tho hopeless, cheer to the downheurted, comfort to tho sorrowing, consolation to tho dying and tnken hell out of life and put heaven In. What the ltlble does gives us ground to believe It must bo of God. pos-fjlii- lieve It when wo hnve no evidence whether It Is true or not. Ilellef In tho Itlblc rests upon evidence which to thoe who believe In the Illble Ih sufficient for them to accept It as the Word of God or man. I. One evidence upon which our belief In the Illble rests. Is Its own testimony. It Is unfair to Judgo It without hearing whnt It may hnve to sny for Itself we listen to Its own testimony. One docs not rend fnr In the Illblo before he comes to such statements ns these: "Thus said the Lord," or The Lord said." These phrases, or like ones, occur overlive hundred times in the first five books of the Illble, and over twelve hundred times In tho prophetical books. In addition to this wo find thnt tho men who wrote tho Old nnd New Testaments clnlm their utterances to be divinely Inspired. And the New Testnment tells us thnt "holy men of old spnke ns they were moved by tho Spirit of God." nnd thnt "nil Scripture Is given by Inspiration of God," thnt Is, llesldes this, the book assumes to spenk authoritatively from God to man. Now with this testimony before us, wo are shut up to one of two conclusions ; either It Is whnt It claims to be, or It Is n fraud. Ilnvlng exnmlncd, studied nnd tested tho book with tho ncld test of experience, we nre perstinded that Its lofty claim Is established. II. Another evidence which has led us to this conclusion nnd upon which we rest our belief Is tho unity. While It Is n library of sixty-sibooks. It Is nevertheless one slnglo lKok nnd while It wns written by about forty different writers. It hns n singleness of plnn nnd purpose. This In tho face of the fact thnt its authors wrote over n period of something like fifteen hundred yenrs. There Is only one wny to nccount for this unity nnd thnt Is by believing thnt there wns n grent architectural mind that designed nnil executed his plan. III. Agnln an ovldenco upon which wn rest our belief In the Illble Is Its x JACK OF ALL TRADES. THE COMPANY ARTISTIC. This company gives n progrnm of the greatest variety of nny company In the chnutnuqua field. Every number Is different. Their Instrumentation Is so varied thnt one selection on each Instrument or combination of Instruments Is nil that cnn be crowded Into one progrnm, with the exception of the ensemble, which nppenrs ut least three times. Not only do these nrtlsts excel along Instrumental lines, they lire noted for their versatility, their progrnm also Including u dramatic rending. The people know the nrt of progrnm building nnd how to please discriminating audiences. Henr this splendid company nt the Chnutnuqusi. AMERICAN GLEE CLUB Part A Is hinged to provide for the removal of mall. In the end of the box at C, cut a slot for tho letter-droThe arched top of the box Is made by fastening the pieces of cardboard D (Figs. 2 and 3) to each end of the box, and then attaching a bent piece of cardboard to the tops of these. Slash the curved edge of pteces D. and turn them down for flaps to glue tho curved piece E to. Have your little brother or some small boy friend play tho part of Dan Cupid's postman (Fig. 5). A school-bafor a mall sack, a pair of cardboard wings (Fig. C), a cardboard bow g f-Z- J3 few Several qualities distinguish the American Glee Club. While recognizing the Importance of vnrlcty in Chautauqua programs, this company believes that a quartet should put emphasis upon ensemble singing. These men bring with them n style, personality nnd poise that give them not only a high musical standing but n distinct social standing. Their sketch was written by Mr. Ever Notice It? Toote. It is brimming with comedy, yet Is of such u character ns not to detract The man that walls that times are hard from the dignity of their program. This quartet Is on the Chautauqua program. You will observe full oft. Is looking for a berth In life .. vi "I llko men who do things." "Well, I hnve done as mnny different things ns unybody you know." Tartlcularly soft. Boston Transcript. Her Remedy. "When I told Maria her new lint was unbecoming, she said she would face the trouble and mnke it the subject of serious reflection." "And did she?" "Sure. She went for tho nearest looking glass." Public Representation. "After you nre gone they may set up n statue of you." "Don't sugegst it," replied Senator Sorghum. "I've been looking the stntu-ar- y over nnd I don't wont nny. It's bad enough to be cartooned while you " nro nllve." Getting His. "You seem to enjoy seeing the Judge with his wife." "Yes, I like to see him get some of his own medicine." ILib(bTbiiiiiiii and arrow (Fig. 7), and a postman's cap (Fig- - S) aro needed. Make the cardboard band A of the cap to fit the boy's bead, and cut tabs on the edge of the top piece B to turn down and glue to tho insldo of tho band. Also cut tabs on tho upper edge of vizor C, and gluo them to tho Inside edgo of band A. Make the heart D of red paper, letter "Cupld'a Mall" upon it, and glue it to band A. The postman should collect the mall previous to the serving of refreshments, and sort It over, placing In ono pllo the valentines posted by girls, and In another pllo those posted by boys. Then taking the girls' valentines in his bag, he should distribute, them among the boys. Each boy's supper partner will be the girl whose name Is written upon his valen- - Messrs. Smith and Holmes nre composers well known In the musical world. Mr. Holmes wrote the march, "The Prospector," used as tho ofllclnl march at the St. Louis Fair, nnd played by a band of over eleven hundred musicians. Mr. Smith is n contributor to three leading musical magazines and writes both words and music for his songs. "Eh?" "I like to see her overrule him." Mr. Hrown hat, Jane? Mrs. llrown You left it on your liead, mil. Mr. llrow n Gosh I Next thing I'll be leaving my hend In my hat. Was He Right? Forgetful. What did I do with my 40 .39 iv. o "Whnt's the dispute about?" the proprietor. "Remember, In this store the customer Is always right." "He says you're nn old shark," explained the clerk briefly. JONAH'S 1 rs- -, 7 N REPUTATION. J"" J. fr tine. When the partners have been selected in this way, the postman should deliver the boys' valentines to tho girl partners of tho boys whose names are written upon the backs. A heart bunt is a Jolly game for beginning tho fun at tho Valentino party. Thero should be large hearts, small hearts, halt hearts and quarter hearts, "Opportunity uinkcs tho mnu." and these should bo concealed in every "Suro thing; whero would Jonah accessible hiding place, prior to the have been If tho whalo had not been guests' arrival. Count ono point for waiting for him?" each heart recovered. candy boxes like Make Change. that shown in Fig. 9 for each place at Ituth Is an alchemist I know, Cut the top and tho supper table. And so I'll have to drop her. For every time I'm out with her bottom out of heavy red paper, makMy silver turns to copper. ing them heart shaped by a pattern -- Widow. In Fig. folded and cut as indicated upon tbo edge 10. Cut little tabs In These Days. of tbo bottom pleco (Fig. 11), bend "It's as useless as the fifth wheel to Road to Heaven. up these tabB, and paste a strip of pa- a wagon." No man ever went to hcuven without per to form the sides of tho "That adago Is out of date. All aulearning humility on this side of the box to them (Fig. 12). tomobiles carry an extra tire." crave. Itov. U. P. Liddon n n Medo-Per-elheart-shape- 23 '26. THE DOTS SOMEWHERE IN FRANCE. Dy Clifford Leon Sherman. Dear Folks: Tbo man wo picked up In Uio opeu boat out at sen turned out to bo a French fisherman, whoso schooner had been sunk by a eubmarlno tho dny before. Tho Germans didn't even let hlm have time enough to dress, but ho managed to cut a dory loose and escaped la that. All of tho rest of tho crow wcro lost no told us all about it us ho was eating his first meal In thirty-si- x hours. And how that man did cut I no was mighty glad to ba saved, and we wero Just as glad as ho was. All that he managed to 6avo waa SAMMY. his dory and his pet To complete tho picture, draw a lino from dot 1 to dot 2, then from dot 3 I to dot 3, and so on. (Copyright, 1V17, by The Dell Syndicate, Inc.) J The Surest Preparation is Training School Pago Eight. THE CITIZEN Juno 0, 1018. East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else No eotTMponilf Commencement Program (Continued from Page One) 'Steeds of tho Air Bernlco Elizabeth Argabrlghl (Sec), Port Jefferson, O. Moan of Arc. ...Martha Elizabeth Dean (Sec), Clover Bottom, Jackson 'American and Christian ideals Bridget Loulso Eplco (Sec); Urec, N. C, Tho Girls Part in tho World War Zella Frances Fullz (Sec), Gosneyvillo Wolfe 'Our Sisters in France, At mini Havergal Herman (Sec), Leesburg, Flu. 'Shall Woden or Jehovah Rule? Mary Bornlre Hoskins (Sec), Hoskinton, Leslie Thho Night Brings Out the Stars Sara Esther Jones (Sec), Barboursville, Knox 'Labor Saving Dovlces In the Home, Rebecca Muncy (Sec), Benge, Clay Tho Teacher Who "Goes Over the Top" Bos Pickleselmer (Sec), Haear, Magoffin 'True Patriotism. ...Mara Bnla Poindexler (Sec), Lexington, Fayett" Tho Modern Samaritan Fairy Settle (Sec), Big Hill, Madison 'From Phoidippidcs to Christy Malhewson Myrtle Mao Teater (Sec), Lancaster, Garrard American Womanhood and the War Lauda Whitt (Scc. Lykins. Magoflln Tho Girl on the Form Elsio Williams (Sec), Winona. Scott From Wanpum to Wall Street Mary Alice Wyiie (Sec), Carrollton, Carroll puhlUhl onl n It not for publication, but nidrnct of n'Kiif I In full by th writer. The nm oo.I faith. Writ plainly. Ih'.'of P. Hall at Vino In honor oti JACKSON COUNTT tlir members who nro In Iho ser- Kerby Knob Memorial, vice of our country. Married la.'tl Korhy Knob, Juno 2. services were held at tins piaco. Mimiay, .lonn Foncn nnd Miss Iii7le Several of our youngi York, Iho Itev. Mr. Larkin G?rnclt May SOtti. t folks attended church services all olllolnllng. Durham Ridge, Sunday, Juno 2nd. LEE COUNTT Aunt Jano Durham Is seriously ill Beattyville with dropsy and not expected to. FlossiO Beallyillo, Juno 3. The cruis of live but a short time. Click, Dcrtlm and Lottie Powell via-- 1 every kind are looking flno thru-ile- d tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Tom, out the county and wo havo the Click Saturday night of last week, prospect of a bumper crop. Cir-ncult court adjourned hero last Sal-Da- n. attended church at Hugh. Lcngfcllner of Berea has been unlay, after being In session about visiting relatives in this vicinity for Ihreo weeks, trying mostly, civil protracted meeting Horn nt tho honnsi suiK The the past week. of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Williams, a' closed at the Christian Church; it 9:55 Fourth Bugle College Department had been going on over a week, con-Jonine pound boy, on May 2Uh. Reynolds of Lancaster visited ducted by the Rev. J. A. Hawkins 5 MUSIC America tho Beautiful 8th Grade Foundation School his daughter, Mrs. Oran Click, last of Indiana. The Division Board of The Call to Work Helen Bundy (A.IU, Angola, N. Y. A number from till place1 1 rujtees met in their respective week. Tho Second Mile Susan Anno Holliday (A.B.), Hazard, Perry are planning to attend the Herea places of meeting last Saturday to Poverty as a Symptom. .Horace Dwight Martin (A.IU, New York, N. Y. employ teachers, but quite a number Commencement on June nth. There Give tho Children a Chance. Mary Eunice Pearson (A.IU, Barnboo, Wis. have been no new cases of whoop-- 1 of the trustees failed to employ The Influence of Books. ...Mildred Estella Hudson (A.B.), Lynn, Mass. weeks.' teachers, owing to having no ing cough for the last two The Collego Woman... Margaret Mae Todd (A.B.), Paint Lick, Garrard will be preaching services' plicants It seems we are short of The Moloch or Today.. Isaac Anderson Bowles (US.), Tyncr, Jackson here Saturday night and Sunday. teachers this year.,!, n. Cablo of Tho Art or Weaving.. Maud Oncita Bowman (B.L.), Bakersvllle, N.C. Everybody come. Mrs. Joe Car- - Fincastlc was in town on business, 5 MUSIC Selected Quartet penter of Whites Station, Madison' The oil boom is still better in this The Present Crisis nnd the New Era 'county now, and good wells buThg County, spent last week with her Wesley William Boutcrso (B.L.), Kalamazoo, Mich. drilled every da Miss Elizabeth daughter, Mrs. Robert Williams. An Eye for an Eyo Cable of Torrent is visiting her many McKee Mary Louise Edgell (B.Ped.lf, New Cumberland. W. Vn. McKcc, Juno 2. There are sev- friends hero at present. The True American Roberts Halo Harrington (B.L.), Major, Vn. eral cases of measles near town. As a Man Thinketh. Mabel Mario Knight (B.Ped.). West Portland, N.Y. MADISON COUNTY Tho Division Board of trustees for Camrtlllage Ruth Verna Bickncll fB.Ped.). Berea. Madison Blue Lick this division met hero last Saturday "A Man's a Man for a That' r int. J.tnn O nit; ntllA 1..U.IY. uuni; o. TM. .1 uiuu uiv, nijt Elizabeth Mosby Herndon (UL.), Berea, Madison the schools in this division. Miss, weather of the past week has been 'Christianity and War Agnes Farmer was employed to! extremnly favorable to plant growth Carolyn Winlhrop Wilson (B.Ped.), GafTney, S. C. nnd farming operations. Wheat is teach the McKee public school. The Ideals or tho New Age Mrs. D. G. Collier and daughter, Promising a heavy yield, a week or Theodore Shackcirord Clayton (B.L.), Brevard, N. C. Lucille, have been visiting relatives ten days at least will usher in the .' 'Opportunities for Women at Home in Conway and Lexington the past harvest Meadows, pastures, oais, Elsie Mario Atzenhoefcr (AJJ.), Cameron, O. week. Mrs. Grace Aiist, of Forres- -, rye and potatoes continue pros Faith in the People Frank Dudley Scott (B.L), Flora, Nicholas ton, III., is visiting her parents, Mr.iPerous; tobacco plants are flno nnd Tho Work of Women in the War and Mrs. J. F. Englc. Mr. and Mrs. transplanting is the chief activity Frances Carolyn Lauder (B.Ped.), Cincinnati, O. A. W. Baker entertained a number of of this section. Miss Myrtlo John- In tho Great Cities young folks at their home last Mon- son of this vicinity, a graduate Bertha Virginia Atzcnhocfer (B.Ped.), Cameron, 0. day evening. Lloyd Lawson and nurse of Berea CoJIego Training The Value of Time. .Lydia Jane Hatfield (B.Ped.), Kerby Knob, Jackson Jasper Redden, of Bcrea, visited School, attended an examination of 5 MUSIC America Harmonia and Audience friends in McKeo last week. The the State Board at Louisville re cently and passed with high honors, McKeo Council of tho Junior Order 11:00 Granting of Diplomas and tho Red Cross entertained 47 of thereby acquiring the title of R. N. our soldier boys on the evening of Quite a number from this sec 'Excused from appearing. the 25th. All of these boys were tion attended the play, "Robin sent to Camp Taylor. They were a Hood," given by the Harmonia So- fine lot of young men and will, no eiety in Berea, May 29. Every day 12:30-1:3- 0 Bell Chimes doubt, make good soldiers. At thot'e news from the battle front adds Afternoon Program 1:30 to the gravity of tho situation con close of the entertainment $50.00 was donated by tho audience to the fronting us. Every day mothers MUSIC Berea Collego Band Red Cross War Fund. Miss Retta are bidding farewell and God speed Address .Rev. Henry H. Crane, Boston, Mass. Pas, teacher in tho McKee Academy, to their sons; yet there is causo for MUSIC "Battle Hymn of tho Republic" i3 visiting home folks in Michigan courageous expectation that peace will ultimately dominate the world. Short Addresses ProL Wm. A. McKcover, Lawrence, Kans. Misses Slamm, Depagter, and Don- igan spent last Wednesday and This situation calls for a degree of Rev. Warren H. Wilson, New York City. Thursday in Beattyville. Miss individual loyalty and self denial Hon. Mat. B. Sewell, London, Ky. Greenwood, member of tho Wo on the part of every man, woman and MUSIC "God Bo with You Till Wc Meet Again" men's Board of Domestic Missions, child. We must preparo for hard ships and sacrifices hitherto un together with Rev. and Mrs. Wm Worthinglon and Miss Zwoymer, known and endure with patience. were in McKee last week. Rev. and joy the refutation that we havo Wm. Worthington gave a lecture at dono and aro doing something USE tho chapel of the Academy on Tor our country and for the Thursday evening, and preached at stricken brothers over tho sea. the same placo Saturday evening, Elmo Flanery of tho 10th Aero Sunday morning and Sunday even Squadron, "somewhere in France" ing. Last Sunday morning, Taylor continues to writo regularly to IT'S Lee, a deserter from the army, was home folks. He writes aJways that ho is well and happy; but owing to arrested at tho home of his mother, BRIGHTER, WHITER AND LIGHTER near Green Hall. In making tho the strict censorship being exercised at present, his communications arrest, the sheriff shot and slightly Than Any Other Brand wounded Leo in tho left arm. Mr. are very brief. Every one from this and Mrs. Lloyd Powell, of Kerby section is lookii.g forward to tho Knob, visited Mrs. Powell's parents, great annual event: Berea CommenMr. and Mrs. J. K. Sparks, Saturday cement. Let every one go and get the inspiration from tho source that is visiting Mrs. Daily's mother, Mr3. crowd from hero took an automo-bil- o nnd Sunday. W. W. Coffey. Miss Bollo Jones never fails. trip Sunday to High Bridge. went to Berea Monday to stay until There were six cars full. All reCLAY COUNTY alter the Commencement. Sam port a good timo. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY Miss Artlo CoN Malcom Coffey and family of Disputanta fey is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Sam Boone Malcom, Juno 1. Wo are having Boone, June 4. o Next Saturday were with W. W. Coffey and family Coffey at Disputanta. Miss flno weather, and farmers are all A Chasteen of Hiatt is with her busy. Gardens and potatoes arc and Sunday are regular church days from Saturday until Monday. looking fine. No sickness in this at Fair View. Hope a largo crowd Mrs. Walk Grant neighborhood, except Mrs. Brown- will bo out. and children are here from Escon-diing, and sho is ablo to sit up some. visiting friends and relatives. The Green Lantern Club met at the Born to Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Lam homo of Miss Mattio Clarko and had Wash. Grant was a picnlo last Saturday. All report bert, a flno boy. a splendid time. There were forty with homo folks over Saturday and s Mrs. Wheeler Is hero of tho boys and girls present. Tho Sunday. oil men who havo been drilling on from Lancaster visiting her daugh-to- r, Mrs. Jas. Lambert. Quito a Dr. II. C. Hornsby's farm report a dry hole. John Henry Downey and crowd from hero attended tho Dec wife, who havo been visiting friends oration at Scaffold Cano Sunday, and relatives hero, havo rolurned Miss Susie Beldon is making an ex to Atlanta, Ga where Honry is in tended visit with her brother at training for servico in tho great Paris. Wildie war. Leonard and Gcorgo Downey I will receive and buy your wool for two A number from paid homo folks a visit last week, Wildio, Juno 4. but they returned to Hamilton, 0.. hero attended the memorial servnext Tuesday and Wednesday, June 11th whero they aro employed. Soveral ices at Scaffold Cano Sunday. of the boys of draft ago aro being Mrs. Harrison Branaman went to called from tills Vicinity. Misses Berea Wednesday and camo back Ethel and Callio Anderson attend- Thursday of last week. Mrs. Gil ed tho services hold last Sunday at bcrt Daily and children of Irvino nd hn ap-Tb1.- -1 BLbVHbLLLiLBIBIBW I aBaBaBwaBMMMMMaWi I M t HiHHBaBaBaflBaVAaBaBaBaBHHafl ROBINSON HOSPITAL AND (inc.) Training School for Nurses BEREA. KY. Up to date Laboratory and X Ray Equipment SPECIALTIES Surgery DR. B. F. ROBINSON Oba'etrict anil Gynecology DK.M. M. ROBINSON Bactrriotogltt DR. ALSON BAKER Second Growth Hack Oak Spokes jo inches long $50 x per. 1000 pieces iy'.xz, 10 inches long 525 x " " x y , 10 incncs long 530. 00 delivered to our yard at Herea, Ky. WANTED! j4x:, STANDARD WHEEL CO. aunt, Mrs. Harrison Branaman for day, a week; they aro at Camp Farmers arc all busy ( Mead, Md. We aro glad to report a few days. plowing over corn, but they say a that the dry spell wo havo had for awhllo is broken now by a nico fall little shower would help. of rain; tho gardens were suffering for rain. Farmers are getting along GARRARD COUNTY lino with their plowing; overy ono Paint Lick Paint Lick, June 1. All of the has a flno stand of corn nnd it i neighboring churches met at ML looking lino; wheat looks fine; blue-gra- ss is very line in this comnui-nlt- y. Tnhor. Mav 30. and held a union Joe Goodrich and wife of meeting. The Rev. M. Eldridge of the Presbyterian Church nt Manse, Henry County, were visiting in delivered tho sermon which stirred Wallaceton last week. Miss Nannie Gabhard of Berea has our school in tho hearts of all who heard it. Mrs. J. C. Williams and children, Wallaceton for the next term. Suc-reto THE CITIZEN and iU many of jlrynliUvllle. and Miss Farlan, nt i.miensler. were Kuests of Mrs. readers. Bradley Montgomery Wednesday, MADISON COUNTY Pearl, tho little daughter of Mr, PanoU nuri Mrs. Bud Starns on While Panola, Juno 2. Guy Woolory of l.iek. has been very ill, but is bet this place and Minnie Suo Winkler tPr,M.rs. Reed Lear and children of Witt, were married last Thursnt MlHilli'slioro are visiting his day. Mr. Woolory is ono of tho parents here. Mr and Mrs. Camp- leading young men of Panola and bell, of Kirksville. spent Sunday we wish him a long and happy life. with Mr. and Mrs. Boss Robinson. Mrs. A. F. Peters of Valley View The teachers and trustees met in Is visiting her sister, Mrs. Jeff and Lancaster Saturday with the coun- James Reed of this placo this week. ty board and Superintendent to hire Ambrose Ovcrhy of Red Lick and the teachers for tne coming year, wifo were tho guests of Mary L. Mr. Chnnman. tho State Supervis Colo and family Saturday night and or, was there and gave a very In Sunday. Most of U10 teresting, as well ns ncncuciai through planting corn in farmers aro this neighHigh School in Lancaster talk. The pro borhood, and somo of them aro getcave a nlay Friday night; tlie ting very badly in tho weeds. es ceeds go to the Red Cross. Decoration, May 30, at Rcdhill was (L, C B.. and J. D. Wynn, W. well attended. Several of tho I.ocslon and Miss Fannie Dowden. young folks of this place attended were shopping in Richmond Wed Mrs. Willio Rhodus was church at Crooked Creek Saturday imoihiv A. J. Walton nuite" ill last week. Mrs. Ruckcr night and Sunday. James A, to go out for a drive last is ill with rheumatism. was ablo glad to seo Fry is somo better, and Mrs. Annio week. Her friends are her ouL Miss Karon Anglin has Chasteen is still improving. been visiting her sister. Mrs. Andy LETCHER COUNTT Davis. Miss Ballard, of Lancastor, Polly wns tho euest of her sister, Mrs, Polly, May 28. Mr. and Mrs. CM-b- y Jack Davis, last week. Mrs. Shock-i- v and little daughter, Ida Bcrnice, her nt near Berea visited daughter, Mrs. Boss Robinson Sun wore tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. day. Fay Rogers is enjoying a E. D. Polly. Mr. and Mrs. II. J. visit with her grandparents, Mr. Clay and family visisted homo folks. Tho Rev. J. R. Peters and F. N. and Mrs. W. C. Wynn. Joyner preached to a largo crowd Wallaceton Wallaceton. June 3. Every body baturday and Sunday. Tho Red is looking forward U tho Berea Cross will have band music at this Commencement. Wednesday tho 5th. placo Sunday. Pal Ballard and Wnlter Colwell CINCINNATI MARKETS. were called to the colors last Tuc- Flour, Hay and Grain. ITour Wlntor patonl Jlo.UOOU.J, 17a flour, Northwuaturn bkmded $14 ss Mes-dam- POTTS' GOLD DUST FLOUR Gor-trud- da - Wool! Wool! Wool! 0 liar No. 1 timothy $21.5022. Ka. : $20021. No. 1 clovur tulxoU I1S1.M9 20JW. No. 2 $1518. No. 1 elovw U4 on. Have You Reserved Your Wool Bags? days only, and 12th, GIG. OnU No. 2 wlilU 7G075V40, itad-irhlt 74U7&c. No. 2 iuud 70( 71c. No. 3 mlzad 69070c. Corn Whit ear J1O1.&0, ytltow ear $101.40, ulxtxl uar 11(11.40. Butter, Egos and Poultry. Uuttur Whole uillk crouuiery sxtraa I tic, coutrallzutl cruamory uxtra Units 41c. ' KeK Prima tlrsU 31 He. OntU lOHu. ordinary Urtla 27Vfcc. Lira Poultry Urollera, 14 to 2 Iba, 50tfS5c; uudur 4 loa, 25o; roo4tri. Live Stock. u Paying the Highest Market Prices REMEMBER That I havo LOTS OF FINE FARMS IN INDIANA listed for sale, and overy one a bargain. Writo and tell mo your wanU, I will then describe to you what I have. I feel suro I can fill the bill. Deputy, .... R. E. PETERS E. H. GORDON Ware House, Estill Avenue, near Ice Plant PHONE 28 RICHMOND, KY. Cattle Shipper 1117; butcher iteom, extra 1 13.50 IS, good to choice S1UO013, common to fulr 8.G0U; beltora, extra ViipU, good to choice H1&13, com moil to fair J7G0&10.G0; cows, extra $11012, good to cholco $9.5O01O.7i, common to (air JG.75 i.50; cannera $707,50; atockum ttud Calrea Extra $14, low (aucy early $14.25014.(0, fair to good $12013.75, common and large $7010. Hoga Selected boavy $14.60, good to choice packer and butchers $16.50, medium and mixed $U.50, stag $100 12, common to choice heary fat sows $10014.50, light ehlppen $16 50. 3u4p Uxtra $13013.50, good te 13, common U fair SS.M choke toftdum $9.50011 Indiana Uf