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Citizen (Berea, Ky.): June 13, 1918 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1918 cit1918061301_sn85052076 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Citizen (Berea, Ky.): June 13, 1918 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1918 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. x PRESIDENT'S UEI?EA CDMP BEREA PUBLISHING CO. (INCORPORATED) WM. C. FRO JT. EditorJn-CMt- f C. II. WERTENBERGER. Mftiwiffis Editor UEIJEA COLLEGE KY HFFICC 'I Rntrrtifal IA lloffic tlomt at lltrm, AV-- . o ttrorii Vol. XIX. Five Cents per Copy. Devoted, to tibie Interests of tlie !M!o3JitLin People HEREA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, JUNE 13, 1918. One Dollar The citizen IK OUR OWN STATE llcports from different sections of Letcher County arc to Iho effect that corn crops look well so far, with indications of a good yield, Iho best In years. Knowledgo is Power and Iho way to keep up with modorn Knowledge is to read a good Newspaper. per Year. G No. 50. Sunday Baseball for District of Columbia The Hoard of Commissioners for the District of Columbia has recently granted permission for the playing of baseball on the Lord's day. Such action on the part of the Commissioners is plainly a departure from the custom which has prevailed in the District of Columbia since it became the seat of the Nation's capital. Since the founding of our Nation the Lord's day has been generally safeguarded by just laws prohibiting all unnecessary labor and amusements on this day. The twofold purpose of such laws has ever been to protect those who labor from the slavery of seven days toil, and, at the same time, respect the right of those who desire to devote the day to the worship and service of God. timt-honored U.S. AND FRANCE BEAT ENEMY ON TEN-MIL- E CAPT. h. MEWCOMBE WORLD NEWS 3BQ The flcrmans are fighting hard to push their way to Paris, but Uiey arc Hireling with constantly greater resistance as they draw near their goal. The French havo adopted tho plan of counter-attackin- g all along tho line Tit tho timo of a drive and thus preventing the massing of troops. It has been given out officially that there are now seven hundred FRONT t .rrl 'tf V- - thousand American soldiers in France. They have been sent over by the thousands each day and tho men are FOES' CASUALTIES ARE HEAVY Thirteen Louisville 100 graduates of the among the million mark, will soon bo reached. Proclaims They have given a splendid account ihinl Olivers' Training School at, B,ow of ". the of themselves wherever they havo Camp Zachary Taylor, who woro vlo,ent Stamp Day Marne Are Repulsed With Heavy tnir, 11, (j. Newcombe, whose been engaged on the battle front, commissioned second lieutenants1 schooner, the Ldwnrd II. Cole, wns U. S. Loss to the Invaders and have put new lifo intf t the last week. He says in part: This war is one of nations not of sunk off the New Jersey const by the Marines Drive Forward. milling Mutinmrliie, is shown ns ho ap- allies. armies and all our 100,000,000 people must be economiIn peared soon after he readied shore. Washington, June cally and industrially adjusted to war conditions if this e,l bats Saturday In their annual , The German has PXptM,t,oniiry forces After getting his tlrst meal In UO hours Amprlca nation is to play its full part in the conflict. recently set forth a plan for a poliball game staffed for the bencnt of mlmt.rP( 10,j, the war department no-- he stnrted for lioston. tical union of Germany and Austria-Hungar- y, Representative n0unced. They were divided as fol-- i the Red Cross. The problem before us is not primarily a financial Rouse, of Kentucky, was a mcmbor lows: Thirty killed In notion, ten died with the suggestion that problem, but rather a problem of increased production of necessarily have been heavy, owlrg to f the team that went down to do- - of wounds, sir of disease, four from the nature of the fighting, the German Russia, Poland, Bulgaria and Turkey war essentials and the saving of the materials and the A ftipv.i. il.witt In ilnr..u unite in some form of union, also, feat, while President Wilson and airplane accidents, six by accident nnd labor necessary for the support and equipment of our high Government officials looked on. other causes. 33 severely wounded nnd j il.inil la titttwl numbl.r of macnlne RUns were udjed with Germany for the control of army and navy. II woun.ieu, uegree unm .rr.mmi.. Europe. The union would be ecoto tho American booty. I earnestly appeal to every man, woman and child to Hundreds of French children lined nomic in character and remove all The crop report for Kentucky', .. .. .. in vpnfl T I .. . . V..... .n.rnaa . ",e n,nI11 roadway to Paris this ofter-- trade '"L memissued bv Commissioner of Agricul- pledge themselves on or before the 28th of June to save .mane by the French. In the region be- -- """" over which Aniprlrnn and bers. restrictions between the ...... turn Tnlipn Rnfnrri.iv la flin mnsf.' . constantly and to buy as regularly as possible the secur: me Slnrne nnd tne Utirco. norm' iween mrrvlnc? nmh,nnra optimistic ono in years. Tho extra - WPHt of Chateau Thierry, the war of - , ities of the government; and to do this as far as possible The children AerIcan wounded. A German demand for tho exordinary wheat acreage is report flee announced. waved their hands and cheered the through membership in war saving societies. The 28th ed as 99 per cent good, and Com change of Von Rintelin, a plotter of In this sector French troops hnve Americans. of June ends the special period of enlistment in the great missioner Cohen refers to tho un - pushed their way through Chczy to Its As far as I known no Americans dangerous character, but in high volunteer army of production and saving here at home. usual acreage of small grain as eastern outskirts nnd have reached the have been made prisoner by the Ger favor, has been made. In caso of western edge of Dammard village. "heartening" mans refusal, tho threat was jheld out ktoiiiWiuiajTajw May there be none unenlisted on that dayl . In the district south of Veullly-la- that American prisoners or AmeriStory of Illinois Soldier. two violent Poterle the Hermans mnde Private John B. Flocken of Olney, cans resident in Germany would Kentucky poultry nnd egg deal - ,fnrW. , thp nmiresches-Le- HI., one of the first men to reach suffer" In retaliatioq. Secretary U'elr annunl meeting in Increases! demands for common Icaves United States ports. The Post w. "t The enemy wns re- - Torcy, fr0nt. ar-TSsaid today: Lansing sent back, a brus',1 fjtpljr labor are shown by a recent em Offlco Department will deliver tho Louisville, passed resolutions aimed pulsed with heavy Jossesln each ense. " i never saw such wonderful spirit oTnTtZ einture hnsT any such conduct would place ployment survey by tho United mail to military authorities at tho to eliminate spoiled eggs from the Not one of our fellows hesitated In that 10. nrltlsh troops the face of the rain of the machine in danger tho Germans now held by States Employment Service Fifty- - port of cmbarkmcnt In this country markets of thcState. Allowing eggs i,minn, threo centers havo calls oxcecdingi nnd rccoivo it from them at a port to become bad was declared not l0m prisoners nnd Inflicted casualties gun Are, which seemed Impossible to the thousands in tho U. S. the present supply, whllo but threo in Franco for dispatch to tho Uni- - only n watn which costs Kentucky in raiding nnd patrol actions along the get through. Every German seemed nr ted Stales. The domcstlo monoy- - fans millions of dollars yearly, but northern pnrt of the front last night.- to have a machine irun. Thev foucht elfins nil In fhn UVsL ronnrf. The United States has been able Lnioi. upvIkii in tim imnm will- r - - wns ilpnoiineo.l n. nnnnfrlolle. tn .the war ofllce niinonnced. The stnte- like wildcats! buTtEe" Americans were to make a contract with Swolen, v .. . -nii... " Fi..n. bvimi.iuiia u. u iuiut , ment rends too much for them, the present at least, continue under ed by 25 cities. bimilar to tho ono made with HolThe German prisoners taken by the land and Norway, which turns ovor Within two and a half miles of "We enptured n few prisoners Inst tho direction of tho Post Offlco Do successful raid In the nelgnthe scene of the wreck of December night In n Hullucb. Our patrols in- - Americnn8i man . of whora were mere to us a largo amount of shipping "Keeping Our Fighters Fit For pnrtment in France . . horhood of h th f 20. in which manv lives were lost. .. - ,., . iho I b rinvnd Some tonnage in return for tho guarantee Is tho tltlo ir an War and After" mu " two .unci, the limit- -, train No. 7. New Orleans flyer, left) strnWle xector and oapture.1 a ma- The War Traile Hoard has Pnisslan fpTard official book issued by tho Commisof a certain amount of food product bnnds of the mu ivn nuiniiiy hiu:iihmiii ai HU- - chine gun. sion nn Training Camp Activities, e.i uie iiiiimriuiiim ui cruuu ruiiuui Tho Imnnn.nu r h nunilnn. of of which Sweden is muoh in need. Station. Two score persons 100,000 tons a year, and has hcwtlle artillery has been ac- the Americans on the Marne sector Such contracts are highly satis"Die describing the athletics, m.m sing- l its Hureau of Imports fori wore injured. Steel coaches doubt-th- e tive north of Albert and southeast of may be realized when It Is recalled factory to the U. S.- ing, social life, and otlior rcorea-tio- ns Arras." current quarter to limit the' loss prevented loss of life. that only the day before the Amerl of men In tho Army nnd Navy U. S. Marines Smashing Ahead. cans entered the line the Germans ad oamps. 'Die book tells of tho thea- issuance of licenses to a total of, The submarine attack on our vesPnrls, June 10. American marines vanced about ten kilometers. The 1918. SomO Wible MapoUior was appointed ters, tho work of tho Y. M. C. AH i'i.OOO tons up to June and French troop on the sector north-wes- t Americans are now holding the Paris sels outside our own ports aa they Knights of Columbus, and other or- changes may bo made after ex- -, federal manager of tho L. A N. lines start for Europe has been a leadof Chateau Thierry hnve driven road near a ganizations associated with tho com- perienees are gained by this three by Regional Director Winchell. Mr. the Germnns back two nnd n hnir kilometers. La Thlolet (or number of ing event of tho week's news. These Imports of crudol Mnpolher began as an offlco boy miiM on n front of ten miles nnd latest mission In welfare work, and givos months' lest. sinkings aro not accompanied by Four Nlghta Without Sleep. ,V. thirty years ago, reports are that sharp fighting conlln-ha- d rubber during fUti previous year with the L. details of lifo in the camps. Graphic stories of last night's fight the destruction of lifo practiced by Along Hie Cllgnon river the been at the rate of 157,000 tons land in 1005 was elected first vico-ne- s. ing were related by woundM Amer Germany across tho water, but ner Minimi, so Iho cut is over one- -, nresideni of tho rond. Mr Mnnnfhor Americans have taken Torcy and Hon- - icans today. They said that at one thero is some. Tho effect has been Krp,"'h ,mve Deliveries of the 8.000 motor third. who is 10 years old, is the vonngest r,'S(,heM "nl, The ex- point the Germans crouched behind to arouse tho Americans to a greater trucks recently ordered by tho Mo-railroad man holding such an exalt-- 1 VM" boulders and opened flre when the activity and the recruiting stations C?AM.1 uran t.m nf of the advancing line nre .. r OIII.LI. 11, .... tremllles f.i. ...t.-!--I .i I' Americans were within ten feet of have been crowded since they startU. XIIIIO VI Will IIIL.IIIIUI Olll'''ll'll'll. .11. ... r.!.i. ... U.lll marked by nouresches nnd Vlnly. Deparlmcnt aro lo do nviuo Deiwccnl()iviMon ne.,Prv0 Officers' Training, tinue president or the rnrpora'ion. them. One man who participated In ed. The flghtlng win of n more des an encounter of this kind said: August 1 and December I. Those. Corls nnw , attPI,dance at various perate character than on Thursday. "Some of us had not slept for four trucks, Know as uass if sinnoaru TIlO ....... OVllh Mclinnal institiitions maintaining Itlnil Infnlr.. umi iiiu inwitil ..... .1. .- n ...... . ........... .. tn ... i. iiii.i..j nn.l lull lilt- ..riiunii" ...nr.. n.inm.ill.ul Search for somo submarine base nights, but we were not tired. We Ul Will IiaVO a Capacity 01 irom J In m. - i. ., will lw idecihln In nlllMlli T'nirinonpa lnfl PVI,U,. ...iin.l thnlmnBtiiniwmiirlniiMnnd M... took a second leave of life and sprang off the coast has not brought any 5 tons, nnd will bo distributed one month's course of training join other movements of the Lincoln French being too much for them. Ger- at those Germans and smothered to light thus far. Tho search was needed through tho various branchbe held from June 3 to July 'I at Division now at Chillicolhc. 0 man prisoners taken now exceed "00. them. I never saw so many machine mndo from tho Canadian to the tvnemy guns. Our men did Army. Ton thousand of IMnttshuri: llarracks, N. Y Fort fiood-hye- s es of tho were waved by the sol-- 'l As "result of the advance not think of them Moxican coast, but nothing was theso class I) standardized trucks VClliiPlil.lll III mill tltO I'rOQIltiO ' flt.lillni.a on their departure. The 309th ,mlb!e" iT'T ',ac,k. ': A mother ship has been no longer men- selves. They only thought of getting found. : - .. . noross It nt Vlnly. Z have previously been ordered and .irain aim uie ;r..tn Ammu- -; new tnp pOS,on, on the heights south Fritz." seen to accompany somo of the sub are now in procoss of manufacture leges maintaining these units, fromiition Train accompanied tho dn-'- of A corporal captured three Germans veulllv which form nn Important that serves in placo marines and delivery. and was leading them away when which 0.500 students will bo so- - parting' soldiers. Maj. Gen. Hnrrv part of the barrier holding the of a base. It will not bo hard to Those who complete tho c. Hale. In a statement, thnnked tho, mnns from h closer approach to Paris, twelve others surrendered to him und stop such operations. Joined the procession. Under tho now agreement tho course of training will not ho eligi- - people of Louisvillo . for the Violent Fighting West of Reims, Mndlson Glrman of Evansvllle, Ind Army will hnndlo all tho mnll for hie for commissions. A great num- - courtesies and kindness shown tho, On the wing between the Marne nnd wns In Torcy. He said: President Valdez, tho president men during their stay at Camp Helms the French have completed the ttie expeditionary forces after it her will be under military age. "We were not supposed to go there, or tho Republlo of Panama, died IUIgny. Klsewhere on the enpture of Zncharv Tnvlnr but the men were so enthusiastic they week. Ho was salient the Infantry flghtlng hns been kept on. They would go to Berlin If suddenly during the Oet your season tickets for tho CONTENTS at ono time minister to tho U. Sh :li:iut;itiiuu early; $2.20 for adults,, Coal operators of Letcher County nt n minimum nnd nowhere hnve the their commanders would let them. country in PAGE 1. Kditorinls: SXinday Base... tor c in ..run u, u years m- - mt nl ,, Wlilo.Q,,llrp iro(c, nnd Germans essayed attacks. The nrtll- The only way to flop them Is to kill and then served his own Columlba. ball for District of violent west of He ms arious positions until his election vo. Red cross lad cs and l or- - organized the Letcher County Coal h?g them. The Germans cannot make was a very Marne and north of the l'resldciit Wilson Proclaims Juno .ilus prisoners of us. They tried hard to to the head office. Ho Drug Co. will bo glad toloporators' Association representa-- Ourcq. the Stamp Day. 28th National Thrift i get some of us, but we fooled them. warm friend of our country and Itives of practically every company In reporting on the flghtlng north- - We Our Own State News. U. S. accommodate you. turned the machine guns on them a ready helper In tho defense of tho in the field being on hand with a ,Test of Chateau Thierry on Thursday, News anil World News. Panama Canal. and took them prWmer." "hcnl attacks by the ,nw membership. J. Henry Hall. ncrl,n to PAGE 2. Y D. Stafford Writes to Ton wS of the Wh.tesburg Coa, ,!;;tween0,n;,s, a'S Persia is suffering both from lack His Hcrea Friends. norea Linp GERMANS TALK OF NEXT WAR mndo prosidont, whllo coln Chautauqua. havo tho privilege to hear if you of food and from epidemics or the MarnP , wlllch mo prisoners were ''n"n '' nr'"'. of Um Ulvah Coal taken. is reported, Use Phrase In Confidential Inquiry to fever. Tho condition Is such that PAGE 3. Hcrea Collego Honor Roll will nllow yoursolf to get a season ticket for tho irroat Dorea Chautau- - y'Pnny. wns nvide secretary and French troops on the Flanders tho U. S. has appointed a commisCharitable Workers, Says PAGE 4. Locals. Correspondent qua to bo held in tho Tabernacle, treasurer. Tho organ zation was salient hnve Improved their positions sion to go thero to find out tho needs PAOE 5. Items of Interest. perfected for tho general betterment, near Nocre. On the Plcnrdy battle 2. Juno nnd try to givo aid. Presidont Jud-so- n of mining work in tho Elkhorn flold fle,d American troops took prisoners London, June 10. The Mountain Agriculture PAGE 0. of tho University of Chicago, '.In n rnld. There nnd In the Woovre correspondent of the Mumanlto on the .Gardens. Rural Teachers. In is head of this commission and "n(' 'n Lorraine tho American and Our-- German-Swis- s frontier says the From so many wo rocoivo this M, h- fornvitlon on Wool Marketing .specialists aro associated ,nnn nrtllIeriM httV bwn nct,ve- man authorities have just sent out a several Homo message, "Receiving THE CITIZEN Cincinnati Markets. feet pipe from Mil- Fe 35 Gem,an Arpane. confldeutlul circular which Indicates with him. Department: Honvo Canned Food is liko getting a letter from homo." icrs liy barge Into tho no?8 Anglo-Saxoairmen on Thursday ae- - that preparations already are being Safo. Timo Table for Cold Pack This is ono reason why more than Creek field. Just II Is rumored a now counted for 35 German airplanes and made for the next war. has Wilson President 15(1 years of subscriptions havo bocn company shortly to bo organized Isia half dozen observation balloons In j This ofllclal circular Is addressed to suggested. In n letter to tho editors Method. sold within n wcok. Remember that planning to run a lino out from addition to dropping more than 00 the men und women "who l.ave PAGE 7. Serial: "Over Thcro." of tho Mexican newspapers, tho need tho price goes to $1.50 July 1st and to get Ross Creek produe-- 1 ton8 of bomDs on targets behind the tartly and gratuitously pluced them-tio- for a Chautauqua Matter. union. This (I better get in on tho old prico you selves at the disposal of tharltuble would take tho placo of our famous Tho company, It Is under- -l enemy llne8, PAGE 8. Eastern Kentucky News. from , services since uud during Oils war." before that dato. .nCtvty, stood, will hnvo a refinery at would define . ' irwuu cacn cirvuiur w nccompauieu Dy a Monroo Doctrine and " num.nn In 11. 1,10 fl0ld' r.'.? Lak 0arda n, RT. Question form which is returnable to tho rotations of tho countries clear- le Pln ltna" Get tho idea of tho Lincoln l.Umneriand Plpo Lino Company haSi Fn.nrh tnwiM mntured mor than 70 i y and establish mutual dutlos and .nlhnrill,,. Do you realize that you savo two Youths' Chautauqua on pago two and laid lines nnd will complete work prisoners. n troops The principal question Is "Are you privileges. Considerable of tho Ill- dollars and ton cents by buying a havo tho children ready to tako part. nnd will bo in a position to tako attempted advances on the Aslago prepared to eugage yourself from now will that has existed might bo reseason ticket for tho Chautauqua? production in It is froo for thorn. about another week plateau, only to be beaten back. At for the same service for the next war!" moved "by placing countries of Latin ou then aro at liberty to como and several points along the mountain or ten days. America more on nn equality with go at llosuro. On this program, you front enemy patrol parties were lEh moTn Tine on "the outskirts of the ourselves. To bo sure, tho boys "over thoro" will not bo ablo to make distinctions by the Italians. town. enjoy THE CITIZEN. "In this far because they aro all good as they Tho restriction on tho importaGerman Dead Three Deep. A remarkable story la told of a com With the American Army In Picardy, away land, THE CITIZEN comes a loan bo. You can got your tickets tion of crudo rubber has been folall tho officers of most welcome visitor from four to six from nny mcmbor of tho Red Cross lowed by restrictions on four com- Jane 10. The flghtlng last night pany of marines, the sergeants, were Can't Be Bought modities possessing some of tho northwest of Chateau Thierry raged which, including OghtlBf. A weeks Into, only. It seems like a roal or at Porlor-MooIt doesn't make any difference how Drug Storo. corporal pat oat of the homo loiter and gives us a thrill Then too, remember you aro help- characteristics of rubber, and capa- with great fierceness for five bourn. then took command aad the men rich man gets to bo, be can't enjoy a The Americans captured Douresches of peculiar pleasure as we read its ing tho Red Cross, ns they got a part ble under somo oircumstanoes of and entered Torcy. Twenty-Orpushed on and obtained their ob)o-- good nlgbt'a sleep any better thau th Amerpoor man. Detroit Free Press. being used as substitutes for natural interesting columns." of tho proceeds. icana In Torcy engaged and drove out rubber. WMIe the I at ta Aa set Gwtua.ru and tkau. MrDUiilrur. lo ttfL The War Department has ordered the organization of "development Huns Forced, to Yield More battalions at every army training, Ground in Sector Northwest camp for the intensive training of defective drafted men in an effort' of Chateau Thierry. to overcome their faults, physical or mental. President June 28th National Thrift or 1 T . ..,, jM jn 1 - ln-ib- c"t",, 1 CJ "t,0 i i, Z I" - Oer-lerte- t ZSS W;' nrZ 18-2- ? .f n vulun-Evely- n ni. JnceA 'Prted Austro-Uungarta- J ro e Page Two. TUB CITIZEN (on, D. C, Jum 13, 1018. permitting us a viow of of tho government building?, including tlio cnpltol and EVERETT D. STAFFORD WRITES Washington's Monument. Wo arTO HIS BEREA FRIENDS rived at Baltlmoro about 4:30 p. oi. Curtis Bay, Md, May 28, 1918. and arc stationed at Camp Curtis My Dear Friends : 18 FIVE PATRIOTIC DAYS. STARTING Day, near the suburbs of tho city. I promised so many of my Berca i bellovo Baltlmoro Is tho greatest friends to writo to them; I can hard- - c(y r jmvo CVCr seen. Johns Hop-l- y do it unless I do so thru Tho kins University, a great school for Citizen. I shall ask my Berca friends nurses, located here, Is already to accept this as a personal letter famous and I have reasons to bo-- lo each. Hcve It will soon ho more so. FIRST DAY Tuesday morning May 21 Mr. Camp life Is very Interesting. Wo 9:30 a.m. Youths' Chautauqua Directed by Junior Supervisor. ; Chrlsman kindly took Sam Davis and nre comfortably situated and well 2:30 p.m. Opening Exercises By the Superintendent. Popular Musical Entertainment myself to IUchmond where wo fni; but the nights are so cold wo Rita Rich Company. answered roll call at 10 a.m., ato almost frccio and the days are notAdmission 15 and 25 cents. our first dinner with JJncle Sam tor, it seems to me, than any I have and spent tho afternoon and night over before experienced. Wo aro 7:30 p.m. Rita Rich Company. very pleasantly with friends. Wo wearing heavy brogan plow shoos, 8:00 p.m. "Columbia's Awakening" Patriotic and Thrift Play, by the Young People of answered roll call at 11 Wednesday loggings and heavy wool shirts; dril-tga- in the Community. Directed by the Junior Supervisor and Miss Anna May Conklin. had dinner with Uncle Sam ling hard eight hours a day. Its 8:45 p.m. Patriotic Address Major F. S. Povah of Canadian Expeditionary Force, from and left Richmond and a big crowd pretty tough for a banker, but thero the trenches. of friends at tho depot. Every body are some three or four others here, was In flno spirits except two or including the secretary of tho Tcnn-thre- o Admission 25 and 50 cents. newly married couples. After essec Bankers' Association and I "' SECOND DAY a jolly rido to Covington, wo took guess I can stand it if thoy can. , arriv-- 1 street cars for Fort Thomas, 2:30 p.m. Delightful Musicale Mme. Lillian Ringsdorf and Company. 0ur officers tell us that we will ing about oight o'clock in a heavy , drilled hern until Junn ts. Thnn 3:15 p.m. Lecture Maynard Lee Daggy. , rain. We were lined up and march- - wo g0 to n camp Jn Ncw York ' Admission 15 and 35 cents. eu io me mess nan ana cauu given ror about fifteen days, thenco to 7:30 p.m. Song Recital Mme. Ringsdorf and Company. a un Knne, iont, spoon, cup auu France for about four months train pio pan, which we still carry with nPi thenco to Berlin for tho finish 8:15 p.m. Prof. Daggy. us and use three times a day. Aftor jnf? touoh. Admission 25 and 50 cents. . X. .. .J I.I, ucu out cue. m33. J of(en think of Berca and woul(1 THIRD DAY and keep it under our cot After k sce bod th but Fm supper, a shipping tag, bearing our 2:30 p.m. Popular Concert Company. ?o homealc Richmond bov name and number wore hung from, w , ovidcnUy; it 3:30 p.m. Address Health and Hygiene for the War. Louise L. Mclntyre. "rs-uo lull 0"" Admission 25 and 50 cents. marohed to a big building for ed over on his - cot and sadly and 7:30 p.m. Grand Musical Festival Company. physical examination. As we enter- pootlcally recited ed tho door, our number was writAdmission 25 and 50 cents. want to go homo, and I want "I ten on the forehead with black to go bad, FOURTH DAY crayon, we then undressed and v over up and passed before some ten ' Readings The Misses Keller Concert Company. lined "UB 2:30 p. m. Delightful Music and or fifteen doctors, who made a thr.ro Admission 15 and 35 cents. t Assuring my Berea friends that I examination of each of us. ending 7:30 p. m. Musical Entertainment The Kellers. wouI very much appreciate a lot with weight, height, peculiarities 8:15 p. m. Lecture Rebuilding the Temple. Montaville Flowers. and irregularities-col- or of our hair tcr from eaoh- - I remain. Admission 25 and 50 cents. very Sincerely, fingers , and eyes, and prints of all Everett D. Stafford, and thumbs of both hands. Next, we FIFTH DAY got a spot of iodino on the left arm, Company 3, 50th Inf, Glee Club. 2:30 p. m. Snappy Program-Americ- an into which thoy stuck a long hypo Curtis Bav, Md. 3:15 p. m. Address Domestic Science and Food Conservation. Margaret Hall. dermic needle which inocculatcs for typhoid and just below said spot, wo Admission 15 and 35 cents. got two nice scratches with a red-h- ot MR. MONTAVILLE 7:30 p. m. Amusement for Old and Young Grand Closing Concert and Entertainment. FLOWERS needle which vaccinates against American Glee Club. smallpox. If this vaccination does, Admission 25 and 50 cents. not take, it is to be repeated at intervals of seven days and I understand that tho hypodermic or SEASON TICKETS -- Single admissions for this wonderfully rich and big program amount to $1.30 for adults and "shot" is to be repeated also. Aboutj 2 o'clock Thursday morning, wo re- -( $2.10 for youths. Save several dollars by buying season tickets. You will also help the local committee. Price of tired on little cots covered with BUY YOUR SEASON TICKETS adult season tickets $2.20, youth's season tickets, 8 to 15 years inclusive, .$1.10. heavy cotton drilling not springs. EARLY. The Chautauqua is a part of the National Defense to keep the home fires burning. It is a community Thursday morning uniforms were, event and as such derves the support of every patriotic citUen. The above price of season tickets include war tax. issued to us an wo donned them on the spot, packing our civilian clothing in suit cases and barrack bags (big sacks issued by tho Government, containing an extra shirt, THE LINCOLN YOUTHS' underwear, socks and two blankets. CHAUTAUQUA Wo were lined up with suit caso Dear Girls nnd Itoys: bag at right and mess kit in Did you know that jou nre going hand for inspection by officers to have a Chnutauqua nil your own this yenr? The Junior Supervisor l Then camo the grand march ofj coming to stay with you for n whole about two miles to the railroad week before the ndult Chautauqua station led by the band, playing, starts. You will piny games, run "We won't como back til its Over' races, and go on hikes, nnd on the Bo- -' Over There," "Tho Girl I Loft fifth night you will have a big pnrad hind Me," and other cheerful and pluy festival. Then the superpieces. Each man carried his suit visor Is going to tell you some fine Yes, I got a little warm. caso. stories and you will have such a good time. A college man with the tent After we boarded tho speoial train crew will give special attention to the waiting for us, we wero Informed boys' athletics during tho regulat that wo were going to Baltimore, Chautauqua week. Md., and that wo should not lcavo You are going to be on the program our cars till wo got thero. Tho winof the big Chautauqua; Just think of dows wero fixed so that they could that I We are giving a play this year not bo raised more than about six called "Columbia s Awakening" and we inches. I supposo this was to pro-ve- nt want nil the boys nnd girls In your town to tnko part. It Is a patriotic homesick boys from leaning' play especially emphasizing Thrift out too far. Supper time camo some- -' Good Fairy Thrift, Martha and George where in Ohio and each man got Washington. Undo Sam nnd Miss Cotho tin ware out of his grip and a lumbia and many others chnrnctcn caso of corned beef, salmon, broad will be represented by the young peoand buckets of hot coffee wero pass Jlr. Flowers Is one of America's most ple of your community. ' cd through tho train About dark, conspicuous orators. Prominent In This Is your piny nnd will bo given tho train stopped for a fow minutes educntlonnl and political fields ns well tho opening night of tho ndult Chnuat Chillicolhe, Ohio. About ten ttS tho Chautauqua world, he lias tauqua. The Junior Supervisor will o'clock, lights wero dimmed and tho ucnl(vM' tne highest possible success tell you nil nbout It when sho arrives bov3 nlled the seat nnd frlod' '" Pre!i'"tl"K his message to tho peo- - nnd will help you mnko n big success aL.V 2 a. m, wo passed I'"-'- - 'T'10 Hounding of tho Temple." of It. You will hnve a chance to sell to sleep llls Iatt,st ,eelur0i , 8tU(ly season tickets nnd tho supervisor will Parkersburg, W. Va.. About noon construction of civilization of after tho you Thursday wo wero in Maryland and world war; .a fundamental discussion campaign with tho In putting on n for sale of Thrift had a nice ride along tho Potomac of peace and progress with special Stamps. River, seeing Harper's Ferry and rcfenco to the duties nnd policies of Tho Lincoln Youths Chautauqua hat John Brown's Fort. Tho train slop- - ,no United States In Its relations with been growing moro popular each year u,e worId Pwcrs- 'r-- Flowers Is a ped about ten minutes at Washing- -' and now you can prove to your father! master of oratory and with nil tho and mothers thnt you enn mnko a sucsincerity and zeal of tho times sounds cess not only of your Chautauqua, but In behalf of the nation tho alarm of help them make a success of theirs, war to arouse the citizens to a realnnd at tho samo time be doing your ization of the Impending danger and bit, every ono of you, for Uncle Sam tho necessity for nnd In helping Win the War. You havo a national defense. Mr. Flowers Is wonderful opportunity and I know I president of the International Lyceum am going to bo proud of tho euccesi Association nnd presided over the sesachieved by you nnd your Junior Susions of tho recent national confer, pervisor. enco of lecturers and Chnutauqua 8 to IS years, Youths' season managers held In Washington and ad- Incluslvo, will be tickets as heretofore. $1.00 dressed by members of the cabinet, for. Buy your Ucket early and urge your Now, in this time of war, it is made them easily the most popular elgn Ambassadors and Government parents and friends to do the same. more necessary than ever to buy tires among owners of the biggest-sellin- g on all the phases of tho war and Ask the supervisor to tell yon bow tires for permanent economy. light cars. what should be presented to tho peo- you can earn tho money to buy your ple In the Cliautauquas this season on own ticket. She will be glad to help Hundreds of thousands of motorThe same quality is built into all that subject. Ileur Mr. Flowers withyou In every way possible. out fall at the Chautauqua. ists have found that business judgNow, remember, you are going to United States Tires into the small have two full weeks of good times ment in tire-buyileads straight to sizes as well as the larger stees or and I want you to bo right on hand United States Tires. LEXINGTON, KY., BUSINESS UNIVERSm heavier cars. the day your supervisor arrives so as to not miss anything; meet her at the The phenomenal growth Select the United States train U you possibly can and give her Bu linen. Short Hand, Tp Writing and Tttcgraphr a roval welcome. Show her that yon of United States Tire Sales is Tire that fits your particular fuL'ASiJSifSi Ure In a live town and that you boya positive proof of this needs. Our Sales and Servlrls ttre w,d8 ttWttke- - K ,ou wat 3,i&M&ES& Mtaiftl IVmntt for luv anyuung more aDout your to Know The unusually high quality ice Depot dealer will gladly rruiurut tJuuloituent. Chautauqua will be glad to hare you I srwuAtN. ltt(lDiirtlm. writo me. United has help you. Then stick to it. m:iABTMK NT FOIt LAIIKM.uniortiuixr. till lJU kttaitdlnif ihU .I!..- - ,J Ul. l4nln.) Yours for a big success, I 8m1ou. Cm4 iMffe buuN, For trtlvuUn, 14xtM University Column several BEREA LINCOLN CHAUTAUQUA JUNE WIN THE WAR PROGRAM 1 -- Smith-Spring-Holm- J Smith-Spring-Holm- HBPi bo-hi- nd, am. 1 m States Tires Iter Now is the Time to Make Your Tire Buying a Business Proposition olll-cla- ls ng r fact of States tires - WILHUR ftftJHTM LEX1MQTON, KY, MYNNUB H. OOKDON, Director of Lincoln Youth (U. ObauU- - Juno 13, 1618. THE CITIZEN Cornell, Joda, 1st Co. 113th M. P., Camp Shelby, Hatliesburg, Miss. Cox, Sgt Edward 0., Co. K, 148th Inf., Camp Sheridan, Ala. Coylc, William R, Co. E, 149th Inf, Camp Shelby, Miss. Coylc, Wado, Camp Taylor, Ky. Coyle, Juno, A. E. F. Coylc, Truo F, 30th Inf. Band, Hoad- nuartcrs Cn. Camn Green. N.C. Coylc, Alex, 1st Co, 1st Bn, 100 Dep. Bgd, Camp Custer, Mich. Craft, John. Craln, L. G, 18th Co. 5th Tr. Bn, Camp Taylor, Ky. Cranco, Lonoy, Camp Taylor, Louisville, Ky. Cress, Rollic, Co. K. 148th Inf, Camp Sheridan. Ala. Creech, Roy, 53rd Co, Naval Train ing Stat on. Norfolk. Va. Crosctto, John B, 41st Co, 4th Repl. Rgt, Camp Gordan, Ga. Curry, Everett, Cth Co. Del. C. A. C, A. E. F. France, via Now York. Daniels, Capt. Irving, Co. C, 509th Eng, Camp Trcvls, Texas. Davis, Sheldon, Hdqr. Co. 109th Field Artillery. Cnmn Hancock, Ga. Day, Kclloy, Naval Training Station, Great Lakes, III. Dean. Lieut. William, 330 Inf, Camp Taylor, Louisville, Ky. Dcgman, C. 0, Amb. Co. 141, Camp Bovle, Ft. Worth, Texas. Del linger, Thomas, Camp Jackson, S, C. Dcmmon, Pago Three Ralnc, James Walt Army Y. M. C. A, Camp Shelby, Miss. Reams, Robert Inr, Co. D. Med. Tr. Cnmp, Ft. BcnJ. Harrison, Ind. Redden, Scrgt E. A, Co. C, 3rd Balloon Squad, A. E. F, vln N.Y.P.M. Rcfd, Harry B, 33 Aero Squad, A. E. F. vln N. Y. City P. M. Reynolds, Bcclcr, Oth Co, 3rd Bn, 159 D. B, Camp Taylor, Ky. Richardson, William K, Med. Dcpt, Ft Sill, Okla. Rice, Augustus, Battle Creek Ambulance Corps, Allentown, Pa. Ritlcr, Corp. Henry A, Co ,C, Fid. Slg. Bn, Camp Taylor, Ky. Rohic, Carroll, Hdqr. Co. 149th Reg. Band, Camp Shelby, Hatliesburg, Wiley, Robert, Naval Radio School, 3 Shepard St, Cambridge, Mass. Wiley, Lewis A, Naval Radio School, 3 Shepard St, Cambridge, Mass. Wills, Howard, Ft. Thomas, Ky. Wilson, Frank, U. S. N. Tr. Sta, Nor-fol- k, Va. Berea College HONOR ROLL Berea College la proud of tho record of lla soldier boys. They havo answered the call of our Country with tlio spirit or men. Wo shall always follow up their career with tho deepest interest. Tho names of somo oro probably not on this list. If any ono knows of a Dcrca man In tho Army whoso namo is not in this list send in the nnnio and address to tho President's Office, Bcroa College, IJcrca, Ky. Good fortune go with all. A!n ms, Lieut. Tounsen, 110th Inf., Camp Shelby, llatticshurg, Miss. Adams, Lieut. Wiley, I. S. of A., M. Q. Sec. FL Sill, Okla. Alcr, Antonio, IDOtli U. S. Inf., Camp Shelby, Hattlcsburg, Miss. Alford, Green B, Carp. Male, Avi. Garonno Pavillao, Franco, P. M, N. Y. Allen, Corp. Chas. Bn., 159 D. 13., I)., 37th Co., 10th Camp Taylor. Amburgy, Denver, Co. M, 119th Inf, Hatliesburg, Miss. Anderson, Arthur H, 3rd Aero Squad, Ft Sill, Oklo. Ault, Stanley, Camp Taylor, Ky. Hailcy, Frank, Ited Cross Military Hospital, Somewhere in Franco. Daily, Green, Radio Co., U. S. Navy, Cambridge, Mass. Hnllnnl, Dcwise. Ballard, lloscoc. DalllnKer. William II, Battery P, 312 F. A, Camp Meade, Baltimore. Md. Sgt. Willard C, 7th Cav. Troop H, Fort Bliss, Tox. Diamond, Aubrey F., 148 U. S. Aero Squad. A. E. F, Caro Adj. Gob.. Washington. D. C. Divine, Mclvin, Camp Taylor, Ky. Dixon, Chester, Camp Taylor, Louisville, Ky. Dixon, Lieut. Elmer, Ft. Thomas, Ky. Edgecomb, Glenn. Edwards. Donald II, Medical Reserve, Columbus, 0. Edwards, John Paul, Band Master, 149th Inf. Band, Hattlcsburg, Mlsj. Edwards, Corp. Thomas, Jr, Co. M, 50th Inf, Camp MacArthur, Waco, Texas. HI. Edwards. Lieut. Robert N, Aviation 42, Brltt. Lieut James J, Jr, Bks. D. Concentration Camp, Morrison, Va. 322nd Inf, Camp Jackson, ColumEngle. Lieut. Stanley L, 35lth Inf, bia, S. C Camp Funston, Kans. Brock, John H, 2nd Tr. Brgd. Line Ernberg, Otto, 149th Inf. Band, Hat31, Kelly Field, So. San Antonio, tlcsburg. Miss. Texas. Evans Clyde. Browning, Benjamin F, Somewhere Evans, Fred. In France. Evans, John F, 439 Aero Squad, Brown, Corbclt Camp Taylor, LouisVancouver Bks, Vancouver, Wash. ville, Ky. Fairchlld, Jas. T, 32 Co. 8th Bat, Brown. W. Wilson, Camp Taylor, 159th Depot Bgd, Camp Taylor. Kentucky. Ky. Brashear, DIshman, U. S. S. Bridge, Farmer. Frank, Camp Sherman, 0. caro Postmaster, New York City. Fenwlck, Leonard L, Camp Custer, Bucbannan, Wallace. Batllo Creek, Mich. Buchanan, Claude, 873 Aero 8quad, Fclton, Corp. Flavol L, Co. "A" 65 Lovo Field, Dallas, Tex. Inf, Camp McArthur, Waco, Tox. Camp, Buford, 322nd F. A, Camp Fielder, Leonard. Hdq. Detach. 159 Sherman, Chilicolhe, 0. Depot Brgd, Camp Taylor, Ky. Calhoun, Quinccy, Ft. Lee, Peters- Fielder, William. Hdq. Detach. 159 burg, Va. Depot Brgd, Camp Taylor, Ky. Campbell. Piner, Naval Tr. Sta, Co. Fish, Jesso T, Oth Co, 3rd Ba, 159 B, 2nd Reg, Great Lakes, III. D. B, Camp Taylor, Ky. Campbell, WllHam, Chief Bugler, Flanery, Arch, Camp Custer, Mich. 149 Inf. Band, Hatliesburg, Miss. Flaok. Bllllo, 18th Regt, A. E. F, Carpenter, Sgt. Rollins, Troop B. Mil. via N. Y. P. M. Police, Camp Funslon, Kans. Flannery, Elmo, 16th Aero S. Squad, Coudlll, Sgt. James B, Co. D, 316th A. E. F, Via. Now York P. M. Engineers, Camp Lewis, Wash. Flint, Sgt. Sherman, Fort Rodman, Cecil, Capt. J. J, Troop B, 13th Cav, New Bedford, Mass. Sanfordyce, Texas. Foster, S"amuol, Ambulance Corps, 10 M. 0. T. C, Fort Riley, Kans. Chapman, Floyd, M. G. Co, 149lh Inf., Camp Shelby, Hattlcsburg, Miss. Franklin, Arthur, Eubk. Hospital, Camp Slowarl, Nowport News, Va. Chapman, Henry Clay, 149 M. G. Co, Camp Shelby, Hattlcsburg, Miss. Franklin. Harlan, 1st Co. C.A.C Pigeon Point, Wilmington, Del. Chasteen, Ernest, 159th U. S. Inf., Camp Shelby. Hatliesburg, Miss. Franklin. W. S, 150 Dep. Bgd, 25th Co., Co, 7th Tr. Bn, Camp Jackson. S.C. Chllds, Herman, N. Y. S. Frazior, Sol, 44th Co, 11 Bn, 159 D. Newport, R. I. B, Camp Taylor, Ky. Childs, "Manly," U. S. S. Nebraska, French, Marvin M, U. 8. S. Pocacaro Postmaster, New York City. hontas. P. M. Now York City. Clork, Claude, Co. M. 321st Inf, Camp French, Ottls J., caro Naval Y. M. G Jackson, Columbia, S. C. A, 107 Sands St, Brooklyn, N. Y. Clark, Waller. 31 Inf. Med. Dcpt, French, Elbert Voo. Tr. Dto. N. A, Fort Bliss, Texas. Clark, Carl II, Co. 0, 2nd Eng. Tr. Co. B. Indianapolis. Ind. Frost, 1st Lieut. Clovoland C Sohool Camp Humphreys, Va. of Firo 104th F. A. Bgd, Camp Charles, Med. Officer's Y. M. Collins, Funston, Kansas. C. A, Fort Oglcthropo, Go. Bldg. Collins, Robert E, N. R. &to, Co. 8, Fugalo, Clinton B, Y. M. 0. A. 151, Camp Taylor, Ky. Norfolk, Vn. Hdqr. Co. 149th Inf, Collins. Samuel F, M. 0. T. C, Post Fulks. Elliott L, Hattlcsburg. Miss. Ex, Ft. Oglethorpe, Go. Gabbard, Serg. E. Ulalno, Ambulance Combs, Charles, Camp Taylor, Ky. Corps No. 12, American ExpedSewell, Camp Taylor, Combs, Lieut. itionary Forces. Louisville, Ky. 108 Field Amb, British Gabbard, John B, Co. E, Oth U. S. Cook, Tom, Inf, A. E. F, via N. Y. P. M. Exp. Forces, France. Gay, Colson, France, via Now York. Cook, Albert, Camp Taylor, Ky. Copoland, Robert, Dauphin Island, Gibbs, Cecil, Camp Taylor, Ky. Glbbs, Worren, Camp Taylor, Ky. Fort Gaines, Ala. -8 Batfon, Lieut. C. C, 10th Inf, Camp Shelby, llatticshurg, Miss. Batson, Reuben B, 0th Provisional Co, 2nd M. M. Reg., Camp Hancock, Ga. Bcnlleld. Brackncl, H. 0. Co, 0th Inf, A. E. F, via N. Y. P. M. Ilickncll, Corp. J. Paul, Hdq. Co, ll'Jth Inf. Band. Halllcsburg, Miss. Biggerstaff, Homer. IllpgerstafT, Sgt Lloyd, Cth Tr. Bn, Camp Jackson, &'. C. Billry, Cheerful, H. Co. Naval Hosp, Portsmouth, Va. Dirchfleld. William, Co. F., 2Clh Eng., Discharged on account of disability. Bowman. Lieut. F. 0, Co. L, 371st Inf. Discharged on account of ry received in service. Bowman, Llnncy, 38th Co. 10 Tr. Bn, 15flth Depot Bgd, Camp Sherman, 0. Bowling, Grover, Camp Shelby, Miss. Boycr, Clarence, U. S. S. Florida, Postmaster, New York City. Branson, Jerry, Co. A, Ban. B. Gunners' Males School, Great Lakes, 1 in-Ju- Dizncy, Waller Clark, Co. L, 1st Reg. B. I2H, Camp Dewey, Gt Lakes, III. Dizncy, Win. L, Batt D, 19 F. A, Camp McArthur, Tex. Dodson. C. P, U. S. Naval Training Station, 1st 9th Co, Newport, R. I Doolcy. John F, Supply Co, Glh inr, Chattanooga. Tenn. Douglas, Veo M, Ambulance Co. No. 2, Fort Logan. Houston, Texas. Duff, Powell, "Some where in France." Duncan. Mclvin, 22nd Squadron, Aviation Camp, Waco. Texas. Early, Clinton, 149th Inf. Band, Camp Shelby, Hatliesburg, Miss. East, Edward R, Co. 38, 10th Tr. Bn. 159 Depot Bgd, Camp Taylor, Ky. Ecclcs, William, Jr, N. A. Corps, U. Washington. S. N. Observatory, D. C. Killin, E. L, Co. C, 147 Inr, Montgomery, Ala. Kimball, Paul W, 122 Service Sqd, Kelly Field. San Antonio, Toxas. Kincaid, Bradley, Co. E, 330th Inf, Camp Taylor, Ky. Kitchen, Sam D, Line I, Recruit. Dlv, 1st Tr. Bgd, Kcllcy FicM No. 1, 8. San Antonio, Tox. Lcavitt, Roland S, 147 Aero Squad, A. E. F, via N. Y. City. Lewis Corp. Fred. H, C. A. C, 2nd Co, Fort Sherman, C. Z. Lewis, Hugh, Camp Sheridan, Montgomery, Ala. Lewis, Noih, Co. L, 10th U. S. Inr, Fort BcnJ. Harrison, Ind. Lowls, Lieut M. G, Camp Lee, Va. Lewis, Dewey, Co. E, 149th Inf, Camp Shelby, Miss. Lewis, Emerson, Camp Wadsworth, S. C. Lewis, James, Ft Bliss, Tex. Linton, Leo S, Died at Camp Texas, February 3, 1918. Miss. Halzak, George, U. S. Gen. Hosp. No. Lockln, Earl, 47 Aero Sqd, A. E. F, via N. Y. P. 0. 7 Roland Pork, Baltimore, Md. Hannah, RobL N, Co. B, 57lh Eng, Lynch, Scrgt. Dora, 52nd Inf. Military Branch, Chattanooga, Tenn. Camp Lauroll, Md. Hart, Lieut. Joseph, Camp Taylor, Maharg, Ray, Port Royal, S. C. Marcum, Leonard, Camp Taylor, Ky. Louisville, Ky. Barrel, Gordon, 10th Inf. Med. Dpt., Marcus, Charles, 112 Fid. Sig. Bn, Co. C, Camp Sheridan, Ala. Fort Benjamin Harrison, Ind. So. Da- Mnrtln, "ergeant Robert Med. Dept, Harrison, Creed 0, U. S. S. llth F. il. Fort Sill, Oklo. kota, P. M. New York City. Sorgt Benjamin, 333rd Martin, Carlyle, Fort Lec, PetersHammond. Inf, Camp Taylor, Louisville, Ky. burg, Va. C. Hays, Sgt. Earl T, 18th Co. 5th Tr. May, Bruce. Supply Co. 313, Q. M. N. A, A. E. F. via. New York. Bn, Camp Taylor, Ky. Hays, Herbert, Musician, 149th Inf. May, G. II, 87th Aero Squadron, Bark Field, Memphis, Tenn. Band, Camp Shelby, Hatliesburg, Marlow, Gcorgo, Co. 2, Squad. 335, Miss. Aviation, Ft Thomas, Ky. Hcmbrcc, Gcorgo, 42 Inf. Con. Q. M, McCann, Homer, Reg. 8, Co. 81, Great Commerce St, Baltimore, Md. Lakes, 111. Hccfcman, Walter W, Asst. Band McCann, John, 309lh Eng. Corps, Master, 149th Inf. Band, Hdqr. Co, Camp Taylor, Ky. Hattlcsburg, Miss. CaufTlns, Co. 1, Camp McComas, Battle Creek Ambulance Hill, Ernest B, Co, Allentown, Pa. Johnston, Jacksonville, Fla. Billiard, D. Moss, San Pedro do McGuirc, Ben, France, E. F. Co. M, Oth Inr, Via. N. Y. Macoris, D. R. Billiard, Dudley, San Pedro do McGuirc, Lcc. U. S. Naval Radio School, H. U, Cambridge, Mass. Macoris, D. R. Hillman, Jas. K, Co. F, 20th Eng, McGuffey, William, U. S. S. Mississippi, caro Post Master, New YorK Camp American University, WashCity, Div. X. ington, D. C. Hook, John T., Caisson Co. 2, 112ht McKay, Lieut Walter H, Medical Ammunition Train, 37th Dlv, Corps, American Expeditionary Forces. Camp Sheridan, Montgomery, Ala. Hoffman, Clarence, U. S. Aviation McMuilln, Samuel, 159th Inf, Camp Shelby, Hatliesburg, Miss. Corps, Columbus, 0. Hollman, Frank, U. S. Aviation Mcnzic, Leonard, 120th Co, 1st Rep. Bat. U. S. M. A. E. F-- N. Y, City Corps, Camp McArthur, Waco, P. M. Texas. Glenn, Government Ac- Michaels, Manna, Richmond Tr. Hoffman. Sohool Dtch, State Fair Grounds, countant, Detroit, Mich. Richmond, Va. Hogg, Harvey, Co. D. 2nd Ky. Inf, Miller, Robert E, Prov. Firo Co. 1. Hattlcsburg, Miss. Camp Johnston, Jacksonville, Fla. Howard, Ensign Richard, Annapolis. Howard, E. M, N. T. Station, 7 Reg, Mockbcc, William, 1st Plat, 87 Sqd. 13th Co, Ft Thomas, Ky. 2 Co., Newport, R. I. Guclph, Ontario, Canida. Report- Morgan, Reuben. Camp Taylor, Louisville, Ky. ed drowned at sea. Howard, George, U. S. S. Pennsyl- Morgan, Rufus, Med. Dept, Ft Benj. Harrison, Ind. vania, Fortress Monroe, Va. Howard, John, Forward, Birchfleld, Moore, Edwin, Hdqr. Co. 336 Inf, Camp Taylor, Louisville, Ky. Ky. Howard, Ray L, Olth Depot Blry, Moore.Harold, Aviation Corps, Colum bus, O. Guclph, Ontario, Can. Howell, Marcus, U. S. S. George Moore, George W, 379 Aero Squad, Taliaferro Field No. 3, Texas. Washington, Brooklyn. N. Y. Hudspeth, 1st Lieut William R, Murphey, Lieut. Robt E. Lee, 183 Aero Squad, Garden City, Long 333rd Reg. Supply Co, Camp TayIsland, N. Y. lor, Louisville, Ky. Hubbard, Lloyd, Camp Sheridan, Murrell, Jesse L, Bar. 830 N. C. 8, Camp Decatur. 111. Montgomery, Ala". Nay, Walter, Camp Taylor, Ky. Huff, Capt. E. W, Hdq. San. Tr, Ncal. Sidney, Battery A. 12 F. A. Ft. Camp Dix, N. J. Meyer, Va. Humphrey, R. R, 008 Aero Inf. Sqd, Niokell, Clorence, M. D. 149th Inf, Aviation Camp, Waco, Toxas. Camp Shelby, Miss. Hunter, Harry S, Batt A. 110th F. A, 32nd Div. A. E. F.. via. N Y, P. Nickell. Ira, Lieut, Camp Taylor, Louisville, Ky. M. Hunter, Illnton II, 108 Co, 8th Reg, Ogg, Wm. Emory, Co. G, 51 Inf, Camp Forest Ga. U. S. Marine, Galveston, Texas. Hylton, Charles, U. S. S. George Osborn, J. 0, Co. D, Oth Eng, A.EJ P. M, Now York City. Washington, Brooklyn, N. Y. Imrle, Lieut. N. A, 36 Coleman St, Parker, Clarence, Camp Shelby, Hatliesburg, Miss. London, England. Imric, Jack, 30 Coleman St, London Parker, Sgt. Thos. L, F. A, Camp Jackson, R. 0. T. a, A. E. F.,Fr. England. Isaacs, Capt. M. J, 320 F. A, Camp Parker, Robert Co L, 120th Inf, Service Branch, Greenville, S. C. Taylor, Louisville, Ky. Ison, Sgt D. B, Co. D. 149th Inf, Parsons, Chester, Marino Bar, Navy Yard, Washington, D. C. Camp Shelby, Miss. Ison, David L, Camp Sheridan, Ala. Patln, Ralph, Y. M. C. A, Des Moines, Iown. Jaokson, John C, 52 Co, 13 Prov. Br, Pearson, Loland E, 32nd C. 154 DeCamp Leo, Va. pot B, Camp Memle, Md. Johnson, Corp. Clydo, 146 F. A. 41st Perkins, U. S. S. Jenkins, Postmaster, Division. A.E.F, via N.Y.P.M. New York City. Johnson. Lambert, Co. I, 321st Inf, D. B. Camp Taylor, Ky. Camp Jackson, Columbia, S. C. Johnson, Stanloy, Co. No. 45. Paris Perry, Frank, Co. II, 2nd W. Va. Inf. Perry, Ponn, Camp Taylor, LouisIsland, Port Royal, S. C. ville, Ky. Johnson. Stovo, U. S. N. Baso HosPhelps. Glenn, Ambulance Corps 21, pital, Hampton Roads, Va. Fort Clark, Texas. Johnson. Arthur 0, 37th Co, 10th Bn, 159 D. B, Camp Taylor, Ky. Phelps, Glenn a, A. C. 21, Douglas, Johnson, Frtmk D, 33rd Co., Oth Ariz. Ploklcslmer, Parnell, Y. M. C. A, Bn, Camp Sherman, 0. Jones, Elam, 21 1 Aoro Squad, Purk- Fort Orglethorpe, Ga. llcld, Tonn. Plgman, Huram, 35 Co Oth Bn, 159 Jones, John R., Voo. Tr. Die. N. A,' Depot Brgd, Camp Taylor, Ky. S. Kear- Co. B, Indianapolis, Ind. Pitmann, Corbclt, U. Jonos, II. Clydo, U. 8. N. 0. Baso, searge, via. N. Y. P. M. Ship Co. Porter, 0. M. Clay, Co. E, 330 Inr, Hampton Roads, Va. Bks. Camp Taylor, Ky. Jonos, Lieut William, D. B, Camp Porter, Donald, Musician, 149th Inf. Taylor, Ky. Band, Hdqr. Co, Haltlosburg. Miss. Jones. Simon, Co. B, 40th Inf, Fort! Porter, Glenn, 158 D. B, 3rd Tr Bn. Benjamin Harrison, Ind. Bid. M 41, Camp Sherman, 0. Jenkins, Charles N, Supply Co. 35, Powell, Sgt. W. Stanloy, Co. K, 336 322 Field Artillery, Camp SherInf, Camp Taylor. Ky. Pratt, Chester, Camp Jackson, S. 0. man, Chlllicothe, 0. Keffcr, Lieut. Albert II, A. S. 8. C. Puokett. John Allen, Co. G, 149th Camp Dick, Dallas, Tex. Inr, Camp Shelby, Miss. Kelly, Burton,. Q. M. Dept. Colum- Rackloy, Lloyd, Co. J, 6th Reg, Camp Perry, Chicago, III, bus, 0. Glllcn, Roy, Co. L, 10th Inf, Ft. BenJ. Harrison, Ind. Glasscock, Aaron, FL Thomas, Ky. Gllsla, Joe, 18 Co, 5th Inf. Depot Bgd, Camp Dovcns, Mass. Camp CapL Chauncey, Oodboy, Dodge, Dcs Moines, la. Golden, Leo, Camp Taylor. Griftln, Lieut. Arlelgh C, Fort Andrews, Mass. Grinin, Fleming B, M. D. Hdqs, AdA Sec, L. of a A. E. F. France. Gross, Frank, Co. M. 4th Inf, Gettysburg, Pa. Gross, Orvillc, Recruit C. A. C, Foil Motl, Salem, N. J. Gudgcr, Jomcs, 335th F. A, Camp Piko, Ark. Hackctt, Scrgt. II. W, Lino 272, Kelly Field No. 1, San Antonio, Tox. Hall. Lieut, John, M. 0. Co. 53, Military Branch, Chattanooga, Tenn. Haley, Corp. Earl D, Ord. Depot, 38th Div, Camp Shelby, Hattlcsburg, Mac-Arthur, Wilson. J. Oscar, Co. 01, Marino Bks, Brooklyn Navy Yards, N. Y. Wilson. Joseph A, U. S. N. T. 3, Co. 118, Norfolk, Vn. Wis, Mllligan, Camp Jaokson, 8. C. Wiseman, Earl, U. S. S. Allan, P. M. New York City. Wolfe, L. D, 313 Aux. Reg. Sta. Vet. Corps, Camp Shelby, Miss. Wolford, Capt. Luko P, 323rd M. 0. Batt, Camp Sherman, 0. Young, C Harvey, Frultland, Now Miss. Mexico, Forward. Robinson, Charles, Ft Thomas, Ky. Robinson, Fred, Observation Baloon Div, Somcwhcro in Franco or England. THE MISSES KELLER CONCERT Robinson, James S, 01st Inf, Co. K, COMPANY Charlotte, N. C. Robinson, Miss Minnie Jane, Amb. Co, Baso Hospital, Ft Oglethorpe, Ga. Rogers, John L, "Over There." Rogers, William, Co. K, 1st Pioneer Int, Camp Wadsworth, S. C. Rust, S. R, 305th M. G. Bat, Co. C, Camp Upton, N. Y. Roysc, Felix, Hdqr.' Co. 120 Inf, Camp , Sevier, N. C. Sapp, Claud, U. S. Naval Tr. Camp, Portland, N. H. Sandlin, Floyd, U. S. S Nevada, Postmaster, New York City. Scott, Frank, Ft Thomas, Ky. Sellers, Rudolph, Army Y. M. C. A, Camp Sherman, Chlllicothe, Ohio. Settle, Mark, First Machino Co, Ft. Benj. Harrison, Ind. Sharp, Dewey F, 22 Aero Squad, A. E. F, via New York City, P. M. Shorte, Serg. Braxton C, Co K, 148th Int., Camp Sheridan, Montgomery, Ala. jjMyfc I The Misses Keller are experienced concert musicians. For several seasons they toured the larger cities of the South and were recognized as competent Interpreters of the best In music. Miss Lou Alice Keller presents original compositions In both piano and voice. They are able to please any music loving audience and will maintain the standards of the most exacting critics. These splendid artists are on the Chnutnuqua program. HOW HUNS TREAT AMERICAN PRISONERS Private Rossitcr, in the May back to Soltau. I was carry-- a small parcel, weighing about ten pounds, but beforo tho return Journey camo to an end it felt as If It was a ton. Every hundred yards or so I had to etop for a rest Each stop mado tho sontry angrier. About halfway back wo met an officer. I was in front or the sentry. weak to saluto, only I was too coming to attention. Tho sontry did his three "gooso steps" after which ho kicked mo severely for 10th Div, Fortress Mon- not saluting. From then on every timo I nttcmpted to rest ho forced roe, Va. This Robertson, Jackson, Co. C, 23rd U. S. mo on by vigorous kicks. Eng. A. E.F, France, via N.Y.P.M. was the samo follow I had given food earlier in tho day." Thomas, Clay, Ft Thomas, Ky. Travis, Vaud A, Ft. Riley, Kans, caro of M. 0. T. C. TROOPS ARE BEING EQUIPPED Trosper, Raleigh, H. Co. Oth Inf. WITH BROWNING MAMil. Br, Chattanooga, Tenn. CHINE GUNS Kelly Field, Turner, Fred. Lino 02, Enough heavy Browning machine No. 1, S. San Antonio, Tox. guns for Instruction purposes havo Otto R, 10th U. bcon shipped to overy National Twiford, Sgt-MajS. Aero Squad, A. E. F, Franco. Guard training camp and National Wallace E. E. Hq. Co, 1st Pioneer Army cantonment in tho country Inr, Camp Wadsworth, 8. C. whoro troops aro in training. Heavy Washburn, Major James II, Annls- - Brownings for overseas training ton, Ala. havo been shipped. Welsh, Preston F, U. S. Navy, Eng. Light Browning rifles sufficient in Wells, E. J, U. 8. S. Minneapolis, number to equip tho machine-gu- n New York. units of moro than four Army diWheeler, Vol, Camp Beauregard. La. visions have been manufactured, Wheeldon, Vernon 8, U. 8. 8. Miss- and overseas shipment of one half issippi, N. Y. P. M. has begun. The other half of the Wheeler, Frank, U. 8. 8. Agomemnon, output goes to Army divisions in this country. N. Y. P. M, Box 7. oil or Short, Lieut Cyrus P.. Ft Oglethorpe, Chattanooga, Tenn. Shorto, Serg. D. C, Co K, 148th Inr, Camp Sheridan, Montgomery, Ala. Simpson, Green T, Corpus Chrisle, Tex, Co. F, 5th U. S. Eng. Slagle, Dean, Electric. Div. Detachment Enlisted Specialists, Fort Monroe, Va. Slcmp, Lieut Alfred C, Bat B. F. A, Camp Stanley, Leon Springs, Tex. Smith, Verno Corbelt Co. H, 332 Inr, Camp Sherman, 0. Smith, Frederic L, 324 Field Hospi tal, 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, Casu als, A. E. F, via N. Y. P. M. Smith, W. J. P.. Officer's Training Camp, Porto Rico. Smithers, Frank, Co. B, 335 Inr, Camp Taylor, Ky. Sparks, Cloyd, Camp Shelby, Miss. Styence, Sgt E. L,Co. I, 18th Inf. A, E. F, via. N. Y. P. 0. Snence, Sgt. W. F, 4th C, 1st T. Bn, Camp' Taylor, Ky. Spink. Corp. Paul, 1st Co. Military Police, Somewhere in France. Spurlock, Goodloc, U. S. S. Beale, via. N. Y. P. M. Stafford, Everett D, Co. 3, 50th Inf, Curtis Bay, Md. Stilwell, Lieut Abner J, Co. G, 342nd Inf, Camp Grant HI. St Clair, Ray L, Military Branch, Y. M. C. A. No. 30, Chattanooga, Tenn. Stout Charles E, Camp Taylor, Louisville, Ky. Street, Arvel, Med. Dept 80th T. A, Chattanooga, Tenn. Street Robert 25th Engineers, A. E. F, via N. Y. P. M. Tate, J. Harl, Camp Sevier, Army Y. M. C. A. Sevier Branch, Greenville, S. C. Taulbee, S'elden, Eng. Corps, El Paso, Texas. Taylor, Howard E, Y.M.C.A, 12 nun D'Aguessau, Paris, France. Templct'on, R. n, 70th Co. B, Paris Island, S. 0. Tenn. Terril, B. Harold, Co. M, 1st Pioneer Inr, Camp Wadsworth, S. C Reynolds, Taylor, Battle Creek Ambulance Corps, Allentown, Pa. Roark, Edward. 18 F. A. Med. Dept, Fort Bliss, Tox. Roberts, Dean Scott, U. S. S. Farm and Fireside, says: 'Tho flees had been so bad In tho Hamclin prison camp that eight largo abscesses had formed on my legs. Thq heat or tho day and the continual rubbing or my long shoes Irritated tho sores, so they became very painful. Standing in open cans had not Improved tho food, with tho result that 1 became very ill shortly after lunch. I was suffering unfold agVmies from thirst This made no difference to tho sentry. He refused to listen to my cries for water. "Finally ho did tell me that he would give a dqink when wo reached Soltau. Arriving there, I again asked for water, which made him exlreemly angry. Ho ordered mo to march. With great difficulties, and suffering great pain, I marched to tho Commandateur, which- is a milo from tho stnton. Then I was ordered to march bach to Soltau. I could go no further without water, so I lay on tho ground and refused to budge until I had a drink. Then, and only then, did ho make inquiries about water, sending mo - after it 'Then began tho worst march of Page Four. TUE CITIZEN Juno 13, 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 REASON) RICHMOND KENTUCKY Miss Lou Phillips of Wildio was BAKER BODKIN a Berea visitor last week. William Baker and Miss Eva BodMrs. II. K. Taylor has changed kin eloped Jo Jellico. Wednesday SAVE! SAVE! Get the Saving Habit. It menns a relief from many of life's worries. Money in the bank produces n feeling of prosperity; enjoy thnt 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. THIS BANK will pay you 4 per cent interest on savings for the next Liberty Loan. Start saving now and the next quota is assured her place of abode to Harlsvillo, Pa, anil were married. They wero acwhere her many friends may address companied by Mr. and Mrs. Iloborl her till further notice. She stales Cochran. The brido'is a daughter that Mr. Taylor writes cheerily of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Bodkin of of the great work among the many YVallarctnn and the groom is tho horrors of war. on of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Baker of Berea. LIBRARY VACATION HOURS Berea Bank & Trust Co. JOHN F. DEAN, Cashier LOCAL PAGE NEWS OF BEREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED VARIETY OF SOURCES FROM A The Library Will be open from RED CROSS NOTICE 2 to 5 every afternoon except MonThe Red Cross work room will bo days, and from 6:30 to 8:30 Monopen 'hie., Thurs., and Friday after days and Fridays. noons Trom 2 to 5. Wednesday morning from 8 to II and Wednes- FOR SALE .BLKEA day evening from 0:30 lo 9. KENTUCKY Majestic rtefrigeratw good as Workers are urged to come. N'cwl new; pood mattress and springs; neat child's bed and mattress. See material will soon be in and we want lo double our output this sumRev. H. II. Hudson, Jackson St ad-5- 0 SEIZE ALLEGED CZAR JEWELS Lost, in the Tabernacle on Com mer. Word has come from head- LAW PROPOSED TO mencement day, a grey silk parasol; quarters that the work done in Stonta Worth $350,000 Taken by Fed. anyono Uncling same, please leav-- i Berea is the bet in this part of tho division. eral Agents In New York DRAFT IDLE WOMEN ad-5- 0. at Registrar's Office. City. Mrs. C. H. Porter, Chairman. Berea National Bank the wife of n mnri who la wild to have Elizabeth Ogg is out of town for pnased aa an Anirrlcnn nrmy lieutena visit of several days wtih her ant, 3S0.000 worth of precious atones, uncle, Will Linville. nllrgrd to be part of a consignment of Leo Gilligan, a former Berea Russian crown Jewels smuggled Into student, who has been principal of this country. Thl announcement was Bank & Trust Bldg. Berea, Ky. a high school in Tennessee for some made here when Mnnfeflore Kahn and time, was in Berea for CommenceVladimir Jorgelxon, charged with combreezes of that department next lieving same of its contents. The plicity In smuggling, wero arraigned ment. .swppr Union nw snrir. before a the dug acted nobly after getting scent' witrn t'nlti-Slntes commlaalooer Miss May Smith, who has been year. Boston, Man, Women lonfnrs will and released on hail. of its man ami followed the trail doing stenographic work in MemScientific horse shoeing, fine iron phis, d be clawed with those of the out through the campus, down Rail-',oTcnn, for some time, is at FARMERS. SAVE YOUR WHEAT work and repairs of all descriptions home for street, crossed tho railroad P0"11 "el unle" lha 'lulcklr reallie Steamer Sunk Off Maryland Cots. Several thousand bushels of wheat a visit. at the College Blacksmith Shop, AV. .1. Blanton and family, Dr. M-c- is wasted and damaged each year and went direct to the home of; lh et;J of hel' M",CV ln Ukoful ,r New Hertford, Mass. Two wbalcrt) ... work, for there la arrcady a movement Main Street, north of The Citizen Guiro and family, Mr. which arrived here reported they had and Mrs. Jim in Madison County alone, on account Willi, """ was v s ; andingn,n the yard," afoot to petition the Massachusetts been held up by a Gorman submarine Office, ad. McGuire of Beattyville, in Legislature for a law to conacrlpt Mrs. W. H of some farmers not stacking and family, Captain J. T. off Cat- - liatteras. the dog very positively en and make them do their ihare Duncan and son, Jack, wore enter prolerting it after tho crop is made of the schooner A. M. NicholOn account of the shortage and his noe against him and ward winning the war. There li a great TABLE . & N. TIME tained to dinner at the home of son, said that on his pleading with high cot of burlap, you may not refusal to go further. Mr. Bates need for women to help In many line Berea, Ky. Miss ElheJ Duncan. Monday. that ha endeavor directed toward a speedy the Captain of the (In effect May 11, 1018) Miss Ruth Roynolds is ill at her be able to get wheat bags the day was taken into custody by Hip nfT- lI you want them, so by all means cers and placed under a 5200 bond termination of the war, but despite the was a poor man, and that the loaa ; homo North Bound in the west end of town. of his vessel meant ruin, be was alot xhott who Me now ghrln No. 32, Leaves 6:53' p.m W. H. Duncan is working in Cov stack or house your wheat. This ror his appearance at court on the!pPeu their greatest energies, the response Is lowed to proceed with hla ship and nd inl is more dollars to you as it is also No. 38, Leaves 1:17 p.m. ington. not what It should be. It la said. Tha 130,000 cariu of sperm oil unharmed. No. 31, Leaves 3:53 a.m Frank Farmer, who has been lo- your patriotic duty. law which require men to work or ad-5- 1 R. L. Potts fi Son. South Bound cated at Camp Sherman for some light has appealed to those engaged ROAD MAINTENANCE LAW S. SHIPPING BOARD ENROLLING in No. 33, Leaves 12:03 p.m time, was moved to Camp Mcrritt, woman's activities, and so they are Be it Enacted by the General AsSERVICE 1:04 pjn, No. 37, Leaves WEIGH YOUR CHILD FOR THE going to seek legislation to compel N. J about ten days ago. No. 31, Leaves 12:12 a.m. From G. E. Porter, Special Enroll- tbem to help out in the service. Wom- sembly of tha Commonwealth of GOVERNMENT Mrs. Rose Carpenter and son, Chas en most active In war work are re- Kentucky: ing Agent Berea children under five can be Note: No. 33, the fast train, will will spend the summer at Battle It shall be the duly of tho ComIn the window of tho Porter- - luctant to admit the need of a draft stop for passengers from North of Creek, Mich. They left last Thurs- - wiphed arid measured Juno 25th p.m, at Robinson Moore Drug Store on Main Street, law for women in Massachusetts, but, missioner of Public Roads to deter Cincinnati, u or ror &ouui oi nnox- - ,jay anu-- may i,e addressed in care'nml 0l"' J 'n nevertheless, it la known that women mine the standard up to which Hospital and Dr. Cowley's office. ville, Tcnn there is displayed a douhlo-jiajr- e of H, P. O who are doing agreed roads constructi This is a step the Childrcns' Bu- advertisement from a current Issue that the bridgetheir utmost areand Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Jackson and parties, teas the We SELL hats and sell them right. Genova and Smith Gentry spent reau asks of us to take in the pro of a great national weekly that motion pictures are stin'claimlng mora ed with State aid shall bo maintaingram tne liureau has prepared lo urines me war in me sea uirccuy attention than Is patriotic from eligible ed by the counties. S'ald Commisad. I Sunday with Mrs. J. II. Jackson. Mrs. Laura Jones. Miss Martha- - Mcintosh of Buck-- I Miss .Marian Baker returned lo save the lives and health of our home to this section, and to tho1 women. They are secretly planning sioner of Public Roads shall make take drastic measures to enroll and promulgate such rules and Annually horn, was visiting in Berea for a her homo in McKee, Thursday, after babies. in Madison store where the advertisement ap-,- to regulations as may fully adviso the short time last week. la visit in Berea, accompanied by her County. 2C8 babies die muled 1 year pears. The proprietor of the store) lhelr lters in useful service. county ns to tho requirements of has a personal interest in the ad- Mr. and Mrs. Hobart Burnett, who cousins. Misses Thelma and Edna of age. When nny have been situated at Paris this Jackson, who will visit in McKee neiier rniiiiren. netier care, is vertisement also, for it relates to Hunt Waete Four Torpedoes en Ship, said Commissioner. county in the State makes applicayear, were Commencement visitors, and London. the watchword everywhere. This war work that he is doing for tho London. A Belfast steamer, E. G. Godbey, a former student of Furthermore, he doed by a Oermau submarine while tion for Stato aid, it shall bo the Marian's sister. Cleonatra. remain is our patriotic duty. helped pay for itand tho cost of bound from England, has reached an duly of tho Commissioner of Pubtho College Department, was in ed with her aunt, Mrs. Eli Baker, to . . . . i i i i i. i the "ad" for the single issuo wasiIrl,h Prt baill'r damaged. Three ofi lic Roads to forthwith ascertain BEREA PAVILLION MEETINGS uiwn lor a coupiu ui nays i.ist wee, siuuy nusic during me summer the crew were killed by the explosion whether roads Tho first of tho series of Pavillion ? 0.000. Mrs. John Ballard and daughter under Mrs. Edwards meetings to bo held this summer The advertisement asks ior do,- -i of the torpedo. No feweri than four previously constructed with Stato of Lexington and Mrs. Tom Ander- . jj .l aid havo been maintained up lo the will bo conducted by Brothor Hud- 000 men between 2 and 30 for ser- - marlne. Tbeveie, waBan.;yere, son of White Station wero the i0 standard so prescribed, and if he guests of Mr. and Mrs. James speth at 7:30 next Sunday night. vice in the new Merchant Marine. adroitly, however, that three of them finds that said roads . In Inn iiuiMiiiho 1,1 lie iii:.uiiiih.-.i- , n ... inminitA rxt ua . n . aro not properJune 16. Anderson on Forest street, several missea meir mark. The attack was ly maintained by the counties, ho days ago. Brother Hudspeth will have a offers "50,000 jobs at sea" to clean- - made at night. At daybreak the ves-cu- t young Americans. It states thnt el "till was afloat, but wall down by may specifically direct what work rare treat for his audience at that Mrs. Hubbard, a sister of Mrs. the IT. S. Shinning Board will trivel,ne h8d. The crew, which had aban- - shall bo done to said roads to bring James Anderson, is making an exin the form of a hour out lecture or sermon on tho present them special training beforo putting doned ,he ,h,p wenl back on board' them up to his requirements, and tended visit with her and other re world wnr as follows: "If Germany them into actual sea service, carry- - "ltihouih 'he 'orward deck waa awash, if tho county fails to comply with latives take h'f to his speciflo directions such county is Successful, Why? If America is ing supplies to our armies and Allies Miss Lillian Smith, who is doing so failing shall not ho entitled to in tho fighting fields of Kurone. Sn defeated, Why? clerical work in Hazard, was home Stato aid except as provided Tho citizens of Berea should fill much importance is attached in Mils Flr,t of Pour pl,n, For Pilling Sheila. for a short time last week. Washington. Tho nrst of the four in Section No. 2 until such limo as tho pavillion for this service. We! work that men accepted for it aro Miss Ethel, Russell and Lucille must know nil we can on tho war exempted from a call to military "5e?,1 P'n 'or filling his requirement has been met. Duncan attended tho graduation exshells with explosives Is being opor- 2. If any county shall fail and so and catch tho spirit of our homo ,mv ercises of the Winchester City aled, according to a report from to maintain such road when Schools, May 20. talent and thereby further tho her ,ral c. 0. WUII.mi( Actlng ChUf of cause in which wo find ourselves Miss Lucile Linville is visiting hat li e Rexall Stores throughout ordnance to Secretary Baker. All the so constructed, tho Commissioner of tho United States, nearly 7,000 of plants will be In operation by August, Publio Roads may apportion to tho this week at the homo of C. I. Ogg them, have been designated by the it is believed, and will load a total of County and Stato aid to which it on Jackson street. LAND SALE IN ROCKCASTLE Government ns enrolling stations' c0,t Dout 16.000,000, and each will may bo entitled, and may uso any Miss Etla Lewis, a Berea pradnalo COUNTY ,rom 2,000 t0 6'000 The part or ajl of said sum for mainof the class of '10, who has been Monday, Juno 21, 1918. between for the U. S. Shipping Board. At'covar pUn,s taining such roads and" bringing dalIy w,n load these stores, right in their own ,our teaohlng at Nogalis, Arizona, for the the hours of 1 and 4 p.m. at the homo towns, Pro' them up to tho standard so .propast two years, came homo last week young men mav now! fhre"'lnch holl" 48,000 front door of tho Court House ln scribed. After said roads havo bcon for an extended visit with relatives.) ML Vernon, Ky there will bo sold brought up to tho standard, any bal-anSue was accompanied by her aunt. to tho highest and best bidder two of tho Stato nld which has been Mrs. Mae Hudson, who will visit' tracts of land located on tho head rlno." City Employee Will Help Harvest. apportioned to said county may bo Tho personnl interest of Mr. G. R. here for several weeks. W are Just ai particular of Little Clear Creek, in Rockcastlp Owensboro, Ky. City employee and allowed it to construct Stato aid Justus Jaokson Is working for a County. Tract 1 contains 210 acres, Porter, in common with other Rexall county officials will use every means roads. regarding tha quality of oniggists, in this striking war an at their rnmnmnrf In coal company at Winding Gulf, W. In hirvait. excluding ten acres sold to I. L. 3. All laws or parts of laws In oon- nouncement, Is contained in tho eon- - lng the wheat crop which will be ready Va. food wa buy aa va ara Martin on East side. Tract 2 coniiprowitli lid nir word nf lm n,iurii.man in ,, .ri n.n Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Mann, of Clovo-lan- d, k. ,.1, Arrangements nro herebv renenlerf tains 40 acres more or loss. Thoso about Um way va atrva have been visiting relatives have bcon tnado for tracts will bo sold separately and which are: "This use of tho stores' The City Commissioners will offer to a them. county 25 reduced railroad fare of approxi-rne- nt here this past week. Mr. Mann re' together and the sale bringing the and tho expenso of this advertise- - the 'arraer of thetn municipality of tha mployes at no.matoly 1 cent a mllo for ni,iinr. nro contributed hv Mm turned Sunday. Mrs. Mann will remost money will be accepted. Only tha bait producta whatever t0 them, Commissioner Bailors who desiro to Stores to tho cause of Liberty, ad-5- 0 main here this week. visit Uieir (Ad-5on tha markat ara good Misses Lou and Grace Elliott or t)CIr ln ovcr8ca-rura- l may be spared will be 7ent to Ui. MoKinney spent several days of last anough for our patrona. districts to help, week In Berea. And tha moat rigid rulaa F. L. MOORE'S John, fi. Jnckson Is In Camp Leo,i of cloanllnaM ara folVa. Ills nddress Is 62nd Co., 13 Prov. Brlgado. Camp Lee, Va. lowed In preparing these 111 Acres on Dixie Highway just outside of Berea, , Miss una Gabbard spent from producta for tha table. joining the Kinnard and Silas Moore places. Thursday until Sunday at tho home Bourbon Poultry Remedy FOR i of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Todd at CURES One Third Ch, balance one, two and three year with First Class Repairing interest. If drinking- - vmh-- r aura interested address owner. Mrs. Pat Reams and daughter,! and prevents wblto AND diarrhoea, cftoivra ami oiiiit cliiclc Ernmaleen, returned to Winchester! botllo makes illarsHPt. One Dean & Stafford REALE STATE LOAFERS WITH THOSE OF OPPO-8ITTo the Daughters of Veterans or The familiar bark of the LexingSEX UNLESS THEY ganization of Cleveland, Ohio, is the ton ranim with long ears was again ACT QUICKLY. Foundation School indeblejl for a heard on the streets of Berea yes beautiful Bulldog Bunting flag, terday morning. The objective wns measuring ten by fifteen feet. The one who prowled about the Who .Need of Their Service! In Useful War department is proud that they have work Ofllce during the wee hours Work A Movement Afoot to Petl-o- f Tuesday night sometime, audi tion Massachusetts Legislature to a flag that they can call all their own. It will wave in the classic gained .access to cash drawer, re-- 1 Concr'Pt Women. A MERRY CHASE 1 FOUNDATION SCHOOL RECIPIENT OF BEAUTIFUL FLAG Hoboken, N. Y June 10. Federal nuthorltle have removed from n anfo deposit nult In New York, leased to Best Blacksmithing on op-roa- ni.. '"". i- .,, worn-wher- , j' ' I Inter-county-s- 1 intcr-county-s- I 1 1 11 .... well-work- ed vo urDanl ro-fu- Quality First Oar Motto 100-00- ,ll-'nc- co ,,., I n.u 1) .. "m I CHOICE FARM FOR SALE OneDrop Jewelry Store CAppS iU aner a and friends. pleasant visit with relatives Seale's Restaurant - L. G. CLARK, West Point, Mississippi Berea Kentucky 1 Sold 1 i.tv.-f- 12 fkllunsot iihhIIcIiio. At lnig irtntsur lr mall ixMliitld. Valuable loultry txjolc f rvo uu njuou Fine Line of Jewelry by lieitH K Mil CO., lulaitsi, Porter-Moor- e Drug I. Co. MAIN ST. BEREA. KY. $100 in Education Equals $1,000 in Land. June 13, 1018. m CITIZEN "PITIFULLY UNFAm" PROVISIONS MADE BT THE GOVBy Josophlne Daskam Bacon ERNMENT FOR HANDLING THE WOOL CLIP OF THE U. S. Aifmlly Newtpaper for all thai It right, If llio object or n woman's true, and Interfiling l' provide n liroml Military necessity has caused tho I'nMUhrrtMTryThurNUr at IUtm, Ky. for iU members, and If such I'lilled Slates Government to nsstimn an education consists In general control of the entire wool clip of BEREA PUBLISHING cu. culture, which is n knowledge of tho the country and to havo n prior (Incorporaitd) WM. G, PROST, tdtlor-tnhU- I II. WERTENnCRGER, M.n.tlot Ed.lor or The Citizen Ob Rl Month Yrr I'AYAHLB IN ADVANCE H.fO .... Sulitcriplion Rale. fn Tbff Month. or fi rrnt lUmpi, Thr dt nfl.r your name on Uurl ikimi to what data your tuWHiitlon I. paid. If It U not ch.nirnl within thrr wrrltiaftrr rrnrwal notify it. Mliln numbrra will I ilMly tuppllnl If w arr notlflnl. Lltwraltrrmt Imi to any who obtain iww iut monry by l't-oflOicW, Draft, linriitrrrd Fnd Kirrt Money Lttrr, or orw ami two .crlptton. forua. Anjr on in1lnr ui four yearly tuliMrtpllon. ran Tha Clllirn frra for one year. Adrrrtlilni rates on application. CHILD LABOR DECISION illuminated by tho most progressive editorinl com- ment; nnd n mass of tho highest clas advertising carefully selected,, which puts them in touch with the other matters great markets of the country. In tho meantime tho Collego I suppose it is generally admit urges that nothing Is to bo gained ted that in magazines of this class by unduo hasto on tho part of "Naturally we arc greatly nhl Owen It. Lovejoy, America leads the world and tho tho farmers in selling their wool. general secretary of tho Committee, vns circulation that these homo They arc assured that fair and have very rightly attain- - form treatment will ho given to all "for wo were conlldcnt Hie law ed makes it possible for them to bo parlies concerned. In tho official would he found constitutional nnd to bulletin recently issued by tho War had hoped for much from it as this offered at many times their cost particular time when there is sucn women on lonely farms and ranches, Industries Hoard, tho following of great1 vice regarding the disposal vital need of conserving tho chil- teles-ope- have been able thru these to study the life of thclrlwool is given: dren of the nation. It is disheart"Growers who desire to do so will ening to think that now when we country coast to coast. Nobody will ever know what vast strides in bo allowed to pool their clips in chilimed healthy, minimum not home cooking nnd dressmaking, the dren to. lake the places of the men care of children, nnd household dec- - quantitiesofof 10,000 less than and pounds cnrloads wo are losing in France, have been made by tho! sign tho wools so pooled as ono children are going back into our of American magazines alnno.l count to any approved dealer in any mills and canneries and arc going In the smallest village, farthest approved distributing center. Grow-fro- m to work II and hour a da : Hint the great centers, you will sco ors aro urged to adopt this latter some of the coal we ne next winter lodav most charminc houses, built course through county agents or will hne been mined by decorated in a stylo worthy of others, thus eliminating tho profits boys who ought to be in school and New York's heat architects and dec- of ono middlo man." or out in Hie open air and that chil- orators. You will find simple, nourWhile under tho regulations fardren under 10 will he used on tho ishing, appetizing meals; charming, mers are pormilted to sell lots of night shift in glasH factories and in fahionablo clothes, anil an acqualn-tanc- e less than 1000 pounds of wool to many factories working on war orwith all that is new in music authorized dealers, tho Collego of ders. It is iiikpoihlc (o conceive art and literature, all gained from Agriculture advises that wool bo that such condition, will bo pcr-- ( that great woman's university assembled in county pools or pools milled to return. Surely the peoplo which is as large as tho circula- embracing a moro extensive terriin the states which olTord such in- -' tion of these remarkable periodi- tory, the object being to facilitate rdequnto protection to children can cals. handling nnd give tho largest rebe counted on not to tolerate again I imagine that nobody, who knows turn to tho grower. Hit! ditgraro of 'and anything about facts, can possibly under-educatchildren. The na- deny one of these statements; and Good roads eventually! Why not tion as a whole, llmniuli iu repre-- l certainly nobody can deny that tho intativos nl Washington, has set "zone" postal law, which calls for NOW? its stamp of diapproal on any' from 50 to OOOCc increaso of mailstandards lower than tho ing cot, will immediately put this limit for factories and canneries, the great university out of the reach of eight hour day and the limit hundreds of thousands of its gratefor the mine, and few state will ful pupils. care to risk this national disapprovNothing could be more pitifully al by refuting to adopt those stand-- 1 unfair than that tho women, who1 ards," live nearer to tho great centers of Tho National Child Labor Com the world, thnt Is to say tho pubmittee calls attention In (be fact lishing centers, should pay hnlf-- as thnt the Supremo Court's decision much ns their Isolated sisters pay In no way alfects state child labor for a mngnzine, which they need laws. Statutes which were similar twice ns much ns tho moro favored to or in advance of the federal law ones. In tho very families, where remain in force and talos which the arrival of tho home magazines had lower standards revert to their moan so much and where they aro old laws. It is possihlo thnt n way eagerly awaited, these magazines will bo found to regulate child Inbor 'arc taxed to a point which makes through the federal government nnd it impossible for theso families to if this rnn bo done, stale Inws will enjoy them; and more than that, he superceded by tho federal tho lowered circulation will, unlaw. Otherwise, state legislntion doubtedly, in tho courso of time lowwill bo the only method of con- er tho amount, certainly, and tho trolling the employment of chil- standards, possibly, of tho advertis- ing matter thoy carry. dren. If tho congressmen and senators from theso districts realizo how CANTONMENTS GOOD MUSIC AT Incidental to its flfleonlh annual much of comfort nnd benuty of transcontinental tour Just conclud- their homes, tho health and educa ed, tho Ernest Gamblo Concert Party tion of their ohlldren, and tho pleasure nnd stimulation of their gave sixty Programs at twenty-on- o war camps and navy yards extend- wives and the wives of their coning from League Island Navy Yard stituents, were going to suffer great on the Atlantic to Maro Island Navy thru tho taking away of this fnctor in their lives, educational Yard on tho Pacific These concerts havo been entire- they will bo tho first to urgo tho ly free lo men, no admission or repealing of this distinctly unecosuilleage coupons being charged. nomic law. Every girl and woman sho has, Mr. Gamblo was gratified to note should use all the influenco to nnd politically, that tho belter tho class of musio domestically havo this offered, tho better it was appreciat- bring prossuro to bear lo lnw repcnlcd. If sho cannot do it ed. vote, sho should make Tho satisfaction given was so by her own of party has it her business to gain tho vote Ingreat that the Gamblo every man within her sphoro of been invited to mako a three months' fluence; for if this lnw is not revisit to Franco at tho conclusion of pealed tho loss of all that tho maga-t its summer Chautauqun tour iohavo brought to women and Tills compnny i3 wad zines autumn. Ihoir homes will Inovltably show known horo. itself in tho lowered standards of Ernest Gnmblo Is nn ardent dowto thoso homes standards which noth-- ! Idcn. Ho puts of tho Thrift Stamp Ing has tendered to ralso and brighttho stamps to many nnd vnrled en moro than those wondorful uses. When ho settles, his hotel monthly visitors, tho American bill, ho includes n fow stamps in magazines. payment, whilo the waiter or PullRepeal this postnl "zono" law, man porter receives Inrgess in tho write your Congressmen nt onco and form of Undo Sam's green engrav- demand its repeal. ings. event-s- , 1 14 1 ad-w- ho s ed con-orati- on ans 1 over-worked ed ar ar w-ni- When the Supreme Court's decision that tlio federal child labor law Is unconstitutional reached llio olllccs of (lie National Child Labor Oinmitlie, the Committee immediately went lido consultation with imperii to out whether there is nny wny for the federal government In prohibit child labor which will pass tin.- - tet of eonstitulion-nJH- y BIG CROWDS SEE AMERICAN BASE '"Us, I've got it. From now on BALL IN LONDON I'm n fan. I'm going to sco every "As Ihe latest wonder of tho world, match played anywhere near LonLondon has taken to baseball," says don. I shall never bo nblo to watch n Committee on Public Information with excitement a cricket or fool-ba- ll representative in London. "The match aflor this; It'd bo a tor F.ngllsh never before had much uso toise race. Come along with me to host that has been said and done.irlght to acquire tho 1018 wool clip, for our great game. 'Iliey called it the next match and Join mo In rootpainted nod written, set to music Tho War Industries Hoard has issu-- an exaggerated form of rounders ing and In killing tho umpire."' acted on the stage then beyond' od n pamphlet which explains tho and wondered what tho noiso was any doubt the university for wo- - regulations tinder which tho farmer nil about, hut the American nnd REPORTS ON MANUFACTURED men, which extends this culture tolmay dlsposo of his wool. This Canadian soldiers In England have DAIRY PRODUCTS the steadily increasing millions. Isj pamphlet has been sent to all pnrls been educating them. Monthly reports on dairy products the great university which offers of llio United Slates. There nro "A regular league of eight teams Its courses, weekly and monthly, in certain further particulars which has started n summer schedule nnd mnntifncturcd In the United Stntesl the shape of the American mnga- -, Kentucky farmers would llko to the Knglish public is lenrning what nre being Issued by the Dairy Mar keling project of tho Bureau of lnes of the home. know regarding tho exact method of it bus missed. Big crowds witness For $1.50 n year the women, who procedure in disposing of their the game which is plnycd every Markets, which include condensed, mtn. rvnnnmioH nn.t nnn..iHnA have imd neither time nor opportu- - wool. Id order to get theso details Snltirdny nud tho sport bids fair to cheese, butter, other manufactured! nily for advanced schooling .nor i nnd a fuller knowlcdgo of tho nf widely popular. become Hero Is means to indulge them- - oils to bo pursued, the Collego of tho wny Thomas Burke, tho short-sto- ry dairy products and olcomnrgarlno. These reports, taken together with selves in large home libraries, may Agriculture has sent n rcprcscnla-Infor- m writer, reports a game In tho tho reports of holdings every modern tivo to Washington to confer with London Star of May 27: t'iemolves of exports, nro of much scrvlco In movement of domestic science; the Wool Committee of tho War " ' Last week I discovered base- nnd ts art in every form; tho best' dust ries Iloard nnd in tho courso of ball. Tho matoh between the Army making an nnalysis of tho sanation in tho United notion, written by the most popu-J- n few days a full and concise slalc-l- ar and Navy tennis wns my first authors, illustrated by tho most, nient will bo issued through tho glimpse of n pastime thnt has cap- Slates, such as is essential to ah understanding of existing condihighly paid nt Collego tho progress of mclh-snniciecold-storadairy-produc- TO THE MOTHERS OF AMERICA From Newton D. Baker, Secretary of War "I bring you n message from your boys in France. They are cheerful nnd earnest and full of fight as proud of their country as their country is proud of them. "From you they draw Inspiration, nnd lo you they send a message . ... i llll... I ...til. l " ' " ""wminniion and wltn i'ie. i oey nope m maKc nils wnr l. ins.1 wa.r ,iniu Amcrlct will ever ' "0 ngn,nsl " py 1 10 1181,11,11 V' . '"OP' 'n boon achlevctl. ",py '0," ,0 1,0 of&00(' chcor' , lc with them fondly in your lo sustain your hearts in the day of battle as they will sustain theirs. Newton D. Baker." a T" ' m""y UASTERN KENTUCKY NEWS (Continued from Figa eight) artists; of public press by the culture, giving further detailed information nnd suggestions to fermers and to dealers regarding prices, methods of Jhandllng, nnd Agri-curre- tivated a continent nnd I can well understand Its appeal to a modern temperament, Believe mo, It's the good goods. And the crowd I I had heard ami read much of baseball fans nnd their' methods of rooting, but my conceptions wore nothing near tho reaJ thing. Tho grandstands, crowded with Army and Navy fans, bristling with megaphones nnd tossing hats and demoniac faces would havo mado a superb subject for a lithograph by Sir Frank Bragwyn. "Tho game got hold of mo beTho fore the first pitched ball. players In thejr hybrid costumes and huge gloves, Ihe catcher in his gas mask, nnd tho movements of the teams as they practiced runs, shook mo with excilemcnt. Then tho game began and tho rooting began. In past years I havo attended Various football matches in mining districts whero tho players came in for u certain amount of ragging, but they were church services compared with the furious abuse and hazing handed to any unfortunate who failed to play ball. "Thero was, for example, an reverberating which I have been practicing in my hack yard ever since, but without once catching its tnio quality. You should have heard Admiral Sims, as collego yell leader, when tho Navy hit, with his, "Atta mado a home-ru- n Boy; Oh, attaway to play ball," and error, ho sure when they got-a- n handed tho Navy theirs. and relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. tions nnd to tho direction of efforts Luther Morgan havo gone lo Jackson to make their homo Mr. and Mrs. in production nnd conservation. C. G. McCollum of Lovl visited relatives here Saturday nnd Sunday. TO DISCOURAGE SATURDAY HOLIBonnio Gibson visited her grand DAY IN SOUTH parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Mooro, "Enroll for fnrm work on Salur - .a.l.,l. ,l C,m,t.. rtMnl day." Is tho slogan of a campaign " " "T . , T? fX" fp ",0n nb, pSn ?nfr?rent now being carried on In some of Iho!11, SC"l,lTU' by farm-hel-p Southern Slates " specialists of tho U. S. Department son, accompanied by his daughter, of Agriculture in cooperation with Bose, filled his regular appointment Ihe Stato agricultural colleges. Tho at Liberty Saturday and Sunday. custom for tho SouthWheat is almost ready to harvest ern negro to spend Saturday in town discouraged during this is being emergency when every man is needMADISON COUNTY ed every day for farm work. Tho Kingston request lo do away with Saturday Kingston, June 10, Miss Archie holidays is meeting with a hearty Mntinln tvlrn lino Knnn nnnflnnl frt u.... '""" i,cr room for some time with pneu-negworkers are nnswering the , oni vi be ,.,, j . LSUJ"ngThcro wil, noIm Government's call for increased ! i U UIO'J Ub UIII1M1 food production. y5ion Christian Church, Sunday night, Juno 17, beginning at 7:30 o'clock. Dr. and Mrs. S. T. McGuire DEMONSTRATION KITCHENS SPRING UP of Berea and Mr. aniMrs. J. T. Mc- re work in of Beatlyville were tho guests ly organized counties Is developing) at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. M. B. rapidly in all sections of the South. Flanery, Sunday, Mrs. Cox was Although an agent has been cstab- -j called from Lexington to see her lished only six months in San Lucie daughter, Miss Archio Maupln, who County, Florida, soven public do-- 1 has been real sick Roscoe and Mar- monstation kitchens havo been built cus Thomas of Booneville visited and equipped and nineteen steam-pressu- re their uncle, M. B. Flanery, last canners havo been pur- week. The Red Cros3 Auxiliary chased in tho county. Moro than which meets each Thursday after500 women and girls already have noon, is doing splendid work. Let enrolled in county club work and every one bo on tho job next week many times that number aro being and holp tho soldiers who are doing so much for us. reached in general demonstrations. ' A ?"'ll'er '.,0 time-honor- ed no r.. 11 new-(GuI- Berea Lincoln Chautauqua JUNE 18 TO 22, 1918 . 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 tho National Defense." WIN THE WAR PROGRAM Quality Efficiency High Standards Mr. Montavillo Flowers, ono of Borea's favortics, will bo ono of tho entertainers at tho Chautauqua. You should hear Mr. Flowers without fall. Major Frank Povnh, ono of the l 8trango Contradiction. "Do mnn dot don't seo dc bright el(J o' life," sntd Uncle Ebcn, "l generally tie Mine feller Jut's ufralil of till Kliailow." wonder In describing his experiences in the European War. You should not for any thing miss hearing him. Ho has mado wonderful impressions wherever he has fpoken nnd ho will do it hero If you will let him nt you. leceturers nt the Chnutnuqua, n IN THE COLLEGE TABERNACLE Buy Your Season Tickets Now! Adult $2.20, Children $1.10, incliding War Tax. It Is impossible to succeed on an Impassnblo road. If You Could Not Go To School During Regular TermJYou Should Go The Summer Term. fagc Six. 'the citizen Juno 13, 1018. MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spence, Farm Demonstrator and Special Investigator lading, send a copy to tho approved dealer to whom the shipment is Thirteen 'pardons were visiled in conigned and indicate by letter week by tho County Keren lnl that the wool is to he handled under Agent. Most of tho gardens wero in the government plan. pood jhnpc and showed much inThe approved dealers in Louis terest. There were somo gardens vllle, so far as announced at this Oar-dthat need cultivating at once. linie. are: weeds as high or higher with M. Snliel Si Son and thicker than tho planU which Isaac Ilo'enliauin & Co. nro struggling (o grow will not pay. good seeds It's a crime to put out TO MEMBERS OF AGRICULTURAL and then afler the seeds have done CLUBS GROWING POTATOES part, to let the weeds and bak their V.. I'"""" rnp -- iiuiini 1. pinm no ,ul" I.I. 'n. l "u l"" iif .... " ..i 1U V ed by this time. The ne.it thing is , GARDENS en SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG 1st Door Training that adds to your general education. FOR YOUNG MEN Agriculture, Carpentry, Bricklaying, Printing, Commcrco nnd Telegraphy. TOR YOUNG LADIES Home Science, Dressmaking, Cooking, money-earnin- HOME DEPARTMENT Conducted by Miss Margaret Dizncy, Director of Home Science HOME CANNED FOOD IS SAFE 1. PEOPLE YOU FOLLOW THESE DIRECTIONS: ir Pigs Fmll-Julces 1- -2 Berea's Vocational Schools g power, combined with Nursing, Stenography and Typewriting. 2nd Door Berea's Foundation School II'- - Ito- -I PWIHo M, I Door of marketable si7p potatoes. Tlwr English Academy Course moisture stir the soil and give tho ouph cultivation of the prowinc For thoso who nro not expecting to tench nnd who nro not going plants a chance to prow. The dryer crop is one of the important fnc thru Collego nnd dcslro moro general education. It nlso gives the weather, the more stirring the tors concerned in making n good the best general education for thoso who wish n good start in soil neeN. crop of potatoes. study nnd expect to carry it on by themselves. Tho people who havo weedy gar Weeds reduce our crop yields by den in town or in tho country arc robbing the plants of tho food, mois Door Normal School asked to visit the best gardens in lure, nnd sunlight which tho crop This gives tho best training for thoso who expect to leach. Herea and pet some pointers as to needs for its development. Protect Courses aro so arranged that young peoplo can teach through tho running a garden. your crop from injury by keeping summer and fall nnd attend school through tho winter nnd spring, Tho following remark was heard tho weeds in check. thus earning money to keep right on in their coursos of study. from a person in Hcrca: "I know Tho pointo plant requires consid Read Dlnsmoro's great book, "How to Teach a District School." how to garden as well as erablo moisture for its best growth Tills person's garden is full of weeds, nnd yield. Break up tho crust The small plants can hardly be seen which forms after a rain and keep Door Academy Course It would be a good idea to have a tho surfaco of tho soil in n fine, inis is mo straight road to college best training in Mathematics, set apart in Berea looso condition, by so doing tho day or n half-da- y Science, Languages, History nnd nil preparatory subjects. Tho and country as well to visit gar evaporation Academy is now Berea's largest department. of soil moisturo is dens, pood and bad. greatly reduced. Every body is urged to keep tho Cultivation should begin about a Door College garden clean. The call should bo week after tho potatoes havo been This Is the crown of tho whole Institution, and provides standard heard and responded to as our boys planted, by going over tho whole courses in nil advanced subjects. respond to their call to war the field with a spike-toot- h harrow or same Government and President will leave the A Temporary Ilaiso in Board is forced by war conditions. wecder. This For call to both the boys and the years tho board has remained tho samo in Borea. but tho ground lovel and destroy many of twenty-flv- o tho weeds in tho row. Discontinue unusual situation in which tho wholo country finds Itself now makes harrowing as soon as tho plants it impossible for us to live on the samo money as wo have in tho past RURAL TEACHERS reach a size where further harrow Tins adds J6.G0 to tho former expenses of tho girls nnd 115 CO to Our country schools will begin ing would bo injurious. All later tho expenses of tho boyt, but still leaves tho cost half that at other their work soon. Each teacher will tillage should be done preferably schools and "cheaper than staying at home." el or have more to do this year because with an ordinary PAYMENTT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental fee and room rent agriculture has been introduced similar typo of cultivator in order to leave tho ground as lovel as pos by tho term, board by tho half term. Installments aro as follows: and is supposed to bo taught in every school. Teachers arc asked to co- sible. It is advisablo to continue FALL TERM operate more than ever with tho cultivation once every week or ten Expenses for Boys days until tho plants make it imhousewives and farmers in their VOCATIONAL AND ACADKMY possible to go between tho rows. If great big" problems. Suggestions FOUNDATION SCHOOLS AND NORMAL COLLEflK your potato seed was planted deep, Incidental Fee Weed Clubs can bo organized, Cu$ 5.00 t 6.00 I 7.00 not bo necessary 10 nm up Room ltivation and Conservation Clubs al- it will 7.00 7.00 7.00 is detri- Board, so. There are many things that can the plants, in fact, hilling 12.25 7 weeks 1235 1235 the and will be done thru the rural mental to the best growth of .1. .4 Amount duo Sept. Jl. 1918. . 2435 . 2535 2635 schools this year. Teachers want- crop. ExpcriHicc nas snuwn Board, 7 weeks, duo Oct. 20.. 1235 1235 1235 ing information along this line can as a rule seasonable level cultiva Total for Term "3650 "37.50 38.50 tion gives tho best results with write to the County Agent. Expenses for Girls 8 5.00 Every boy on a farm holds a Incidental Fee I 7.00 t 6.00 INFORMATION ON WOOL MAR7.00 7.00 7.00 trench of his own." Your trencn neom KETING 1050 is vour potato field. The weeds and Board, 7 weeks 1050 1050 Last week the Collegr of Agricul- bugs are aiding the enemy by cut Amount duo Sept. 11. IU18.. 2250 2350 2450 ture sent a statement to tho press, ting down our yield of food stun. Board, 7 weeks, due 10.50 30.. 1050 1050 county agents and representatives, Don't let them lick you. Go over Total for Term '33.00 35.00 34.00 giving certain information in regard the too with your cultivation, hoe This does not include tho dollar deposit nor money for books or to the government plan of handling and sprayer and conquer them. laundry. Yours very truiy, the wool clip. It was advised that Special Expenses in Addition to Incidental Fee Business wool be assembled and consigned to Root, F. Spence, County Agent, Berea, Kentucky. a dealer in an approved distribuU'imtrr Strimr- Fall $14.00 110.00 f!2.00 tion center. Growers were urged p. S ;Is your record book up to Stenography and Typewriting Bookkeeping (brief course) 14.00 12.00 10.90 to adopt this course to facilitate date? Bookkeeping (regular course) 7.00 6.00 5.00 handling and to give them tho largBusiness course for students est possible financial return. Wcnder of the Age. t in other departments: Since this information was given About the hottest thing this Bide of 9.00 1050 750 Stenography to the public, our representative Old Sol Is an oxyocetylene torch. The Typewriting, with one hour's has returned from Washington, little bine flame ejected by one of use of instrument 6.00 7.00 5.0() where he had a conference with tho these looks the picturen of Innocence, power of dozen giants. Com. Law., Com. GeogM Com. Wool Division of the War Industries but It has the ens-ll- y can bite through armor plate as Arith., or Penmanship, each.. 1.80 2.10 150 Board which has charge of tho It as boring a hole In a plank. It handling of tho wool clip for tho has become a valuable aid In ship- In no case will special Business Fees exceed 115.00 per term. Government. As a result of this building. Under the old method, hlp Any young man or young woman can get an education conference, the Agricultural College plate was cut with saws, but by the an oxyacetylene torch Is at Berea if there is the will to do so. wishes to impress upon tho far- new method car mers of Kenutcky the importance attached to a Email motor-drive- n If it is impossible for any young man or young woman to be handling their wool under tho which travels along a marked line and in school the full year, by all means they should enter for a course dur of cats any thickness of steel plate at a method advised, if they desire to much more rapid rate. It Is also valu- ing the winter and spring terms. obtain tho fullest returns. able In tearing down of buildings, where The public schools will close about Christmas and tho teachers There nro three methods by which It Is nsed to cut through steel beams, farmers may market their wool: only a matter of and advanced pupils should not be idle through the long winter and as for rivets. It la 1. Farmers may sell wool in any a few seconds to bite off the head of months but should be studying in Berea where the best education can be gotten for least money. quantity to any licensed dealer at the largest Well Street Journal. such price as they may mutually Applicants must bring or send a testimonial showing that they art CINCINNATI MARKETS. agree upon. above 15 years old, in good health and of good character. This may hi Flour, Hay and Grain. 2. Mills engaged in the manufacFlour-Win- ter uutent ture of wool products for Govern- rye flour, .Northwestern S10.80ll.35: signed by some former Berea student in good standing or some reliabli blended, $10 teacher or neighbor. The use of tobacco is strictly forbidden. ment use may receive permission Hay No. 1 timothy M8.26O19.G0. through the Wool Division to purFor information or friendly advice write to the Secretary, J1617.50, No. 1 clover mixed chase wool from farmers within a No. 15.5016.50. radius of fifty miles of their mills. MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Ky. Oau No. 2 white 77H078C. stand- Under this method, tho mill may ard white 77V4c. No. 3 white 7777Vic. grade and purchase direct from tho .no. 2 mixed 70U71Uc, No. 3 mixed Picking Pins From Throat producer and shall pay seaboard Corn-Wh- ite ear $101.65. yellow ear RITA RICH AND LAURA WERN0 The KwlftncKS nnd ruse with which price plus at least two per cent, or $101.50. mixed ear $101.50. a doctor run remove a hone, u pin or one-ha- lf Butter, Eggs and Poultry, of the commission the Gov. other ohject from the windpipe, esoph-ngu- s lluttcr Whole milk croamery extrai ernment allows to tho approved 45V4c, or even lung h often astonishing. centrallxed creamery extrai 43c, dealer for handling wool. In this flrats 40','jc. This Is when Im useH one of tho tubes instance tho mill grades and values Krks- - Trlme firsts 31c. flnta 30c. or-that eriuMo him to look right down the wool, while in the third plan, dlnary firsts 2Gc, seconds 25fcc. Into the orgun, see the foreign ohject i.ivo Illuminated by iin electric lump nnd Inthe Government sets tho price after 66i)C0c, J'ouilry 4 Ilrollers. 1U to 2 lbs. fowls, lbs and over, 27c; unsert u delicate forceps with which to grading. der 4 lbs, 27c; roostors, 18c. selzo It and draw It out. Without tho 3. Farmers as Individuals or in Live Stock. uso of un endoscope there Is much danpools may consign to an approved Cattle Shippers I11&17: butcher ger of Injuring the tUmies by blind dealer. Tho approved dealer is re- steers, extra 13.50&15, ijood to choice feeling for the offending object. $11.50013. common to fair $8.50011: quired, upon receipt of the wool, ft good to choice grade it nnd'to return to tho far heifers, extra $12014,fair $7.50010 50; $11012, common to nvr 75 of its value. Tho balanco cows, extra $11012, good to choice Why They Are Lonely. of tho money duo for tho wool, plus ia.ouiuiu.it.. common to fair IC750 The people who ure lonely In this "JUST US" world are those, who are ulwuys look-lu- g 6 per cent interest on this unpaid 8.60; canucra $707.60, Blockers and feeders $9.60011. for Miiucthlng to come to them; bnlnnce. is paid to tho farmer nfter These charming young ladles wer Calves Extra $16015.25. fair to the Government has valued and good $13.60016, common and large with tho Ktllarney Girls for fout they hopo for pleuxaut adventures; $7 50011 years and are versed In tho art of en- they ex net much from their friends taken over tho wool. ure Hogs Selected heavy Farmers or groups of farmers Kood to choice packers and$16 85 0 17. tertainment. Their program consist! und from their fuinlly thoand they men butchers planologs, chaructci never satlHlled. Hut who happy hnndllng wool under the third plan. $17, medium and mixed $17, stags $10 of readings, never think and women arc thoao should sack tho wool, grade samo so tpiz, common to choice heavy fat songs, duets and child songs and sto- to demand for tlieuikelves who glvo ries. An Interesting feature Is theli far as possible, attach tho name and sows $12014.76. light shippers $17. English and IrUh costumed Imperso- and give and give again, und Uud Joy address of tho grower and tho pigs (110 lbs and less $15017. nations. They will appear at oui whenever they Uud opportunity to give SLeep Extra $13013.26, good to weight of the wool to the sack or choice $12013, common to fair $6.60 Chautauquu. Joy.lixchuuge. parcel, retain a copy of tho bill of 011. null ' " I'llll ,' lliu '"L "" ?'1 mm ou.u n" v !"l" General Education for thoso not fnr advanced, combined with somo vocntional training. No matter what your present advancement, wo can put you with others like yourself nnd give chanco for most rapid improvement. 3rd Berea's 4th Berea's 5th Berea's Preparatory Mustard Greens Milkweed Okrn better. Peppers, Green or 5. Pack clean hot Jars with the ripo product, adding sail Parsnips to vegetables. Pens 6. Pour on tho boiling liquid to Parsley within .inch of tho Peaches top. Plums 7. Place rubbers and covers and Pears partially seal. Pineapples 8. Sterilize tho product tho Pumpkin lime. Begin to count Quinces when tho wntcr boils. Raspberries 9. nemovo tho Jars and seal nt nhubnrb once. Invert to cool. Sauerkraut 10. Label, wrap and storo on n Squash cool, dry shelf. Salsify Sweet Potatoes TIME TABLE FOR COLD PACK Spinach METHOD Swiss Chard (Time of Cooking to be put hero) Strawberries Succotash TIMHOH COOKINO Tomatoes cold-dippono-quart- or ed Select fresh, clean fruits nnd vegetables or nono nl all. 2. Test ovory Jar; even ono crncx spells suro loss. 3. Blnnch. If tho table says ton minutes, olght will not do IL 4. Dip tho product in and out of water tho colder tho water the Gooseberries Grapes Huckleberries Kalo Mushroomfl -2 15 10 15 16 16 16 120 12 10 12 12 12 5 15 15 5-- 10 00 120 120 120 120 00. 80 00 00 00 00 80 120 5-- 10 5-- 10 5-- 10 00 180 120 10 16 15 -2 00 12 12 12 IV, 5 3 20 35 120 25 00 12 12 12 lli 1 20 16 20 5 3 3-- 120 120 5 5 15 15 5-- 10 00 00 120 120 16 120 00 00 80 80 00 00 12 120 18 1 (xmitTra) Munch nalh or Outfit XaM Wattr Hot Walrr Outfit Ahorr Turnips 5 oo 00 80 Sa1 12 12 6th Berea Apples Apricots Asparagus Beans (wax) Beans (string) Beans (limn) Beets Beet Tops Blackberries Blueberries 'Brussels Sprouts j Carrots I Itt -2 jioy 20 16 120 120 120 150 an o r 15 5-- 10 5-- 10 5-- 10 5-- 12 00 00 00 106 00 120 16 16 120 10-- 15 60 00 12 12 5-- 10 5 5-- 10 5-- 10 00 120 five-shov- Cabbago 00 80 00 180 40 12 12 12 These figures aro for quart Jars. When using pint or ono-hn- lf pint Jars, deduce threo or four minutes from tho time of cooking given rt above. When cooking in Jars, add thrco or four minutes to tho lime. For altitudes of 4,000 feel or moro nbovo sea level, add 20 to vrrt moro time to this schedule. Individual Judgment should bo used, however, to increnso or rcduco tho time, based on whether the fruit or berries aro unusually hard or soft. two-qua- iCorn Cauliflower ! Cherries j I 3 210 60 16 16 16 120 CO Currants 15 i Dewberries iDnndolion Greens 10-Eggplant 3 00 45 Awake, to Sense! How mnn7 people think the world Is nnd life u failure, nnd so have done or said sometlrine they regret all their lives, when n vegetable pill or a brisk walk would have changed Ihclr vision completely I droti-colnre- d 1 w. 0. National and Local Meat Business Bi Hj The meat business of the country is conducted by various agencies By small slaughter-house- s in Tillages By local Abattoirs or small Packing Houses in towns both Using only a part of tht local live stock supply able-bodi- ed and Furnishing only a part of the local demand for meat Thes slaughtering and distributing agencies fill a wall defined but necessarily restricted place in the distribution of the products of live stock. But otdj packers .like Swift Jk Compear, organised on a national scale, are able to undertake the service that is more vitallv important; involving 1! An Obligation to the Producer To purchase for spot cash all the live stock the producer may send to market for slaughter. An Obligation to the Consumer sumer, everywhere, in season and out, the full supply and variety of meat products, of the highest standard that the market affords. Year Book of Interesting and Instructive facta aent on request To make available to every con- 11 Addreaa Swift & Company, Union Stock Yarda, Chicago, Illinoia Swift & Company, U. S. A. HARPISTE MAJOR FRANK S. POVAH "OVER THERE The Thrill and the Hell of the Trenches Described bu an American Bojj 99 SERGEANT McCLINTOCK Sergeant Alexander McCtlntock of Lexington, Kg., and the Canadian Anno Has Gripping Tale Tbat Bverg American Will Bead for Its Tells (be Pacts Unadorned. Wounded, a Distinguished Conduct Medal Mao, lis Was Invalided Home, But Is Going "Out There" Again to Fight For Uncle Sam and Ills Allies. An Inspiring, Interesting, Personal Narrative, Full of the Spirit and Atmosphere of the Trenches. sBBBBBBBBBBBaVaiMMaiBK'V Ei asjaaasMaiBax MrTTTTTTTVTTTITTI rTTTTTTTTIITTTTI No. fTTTantr grenades, weighing" f rom a pound and five ounces to a pound and soven ounces each. The Lineup. They are the same shape as n turkey egg nnd a little larger. Upon with drawing the firing pin a lever sets u four second fuse going. One of these grenndes will clean out anything 11 v Ing In a ten foot trench section. It will also kill the man who Is throwing It If he holds It more than four sec onds after he has pulled the pin. The third man of each ten was an expert bomb thrower, equipped as lightly as possible to give htm freedom of ac tion. He carried a few bombs himself, but the main supply was carried by the fourth man, who was not to throw any unless the third man became a casualty, In which case No. 4 was to take his place. The third man also carried n knob kerrle, a heavy bludgeon to be used In whacking an enemy over i'H wJH Be etera p.jssb No. 5 WnmW- mm "Over the Top and Give 'Em Hell" Major Frank S. I'ovah was born In Knglnnd nnd Is a grnduato of Cam Jmmmmm bridge University. When war broke out In South Africa, he nt once went there ns n lieutenant In the 1.1th Hus MISS MARIE McAOOO Miss McAdoo In often nuked how she sars. He was later nttached to Lord happened to study the hnrp. When Kitchener's staff nnd was In several anile n smoll child she heard a harp- notnblo engagements. At the terminaist, and his playing, and his beautiful tion of tho war, he retired with tho golden harp inn do ouch a deep Im- rank of major. In July, 1014, he came pression on her that from that day It to Canada under engagement for spewas her ambition to atudy the Instru- cial medical experiments. He enlisted ment and hare one of her own. Thero In the Canndlan Expeditionary Force, ro ory row harp teachers, and these 70th llnttallon. In July, 1010, and was aro only located In tho larger cities, given the rank of major. He was so at an early ago aha began the atudy through ninny engagements at the of the piano, and continued It until front and on tho death of his colonel old enoucli to enter tho Oberlln Con- assumed command. At the Sommo en servatory, where she received her first gagement ho was wounded and was Invalided to Canada last October. harp Instruction under William Brcckenrldge, a former atudent Slnco thnt time ho has held Important positions under tho Government of tho Paris Conservatory. Later she Major I'ovah has cnjoycl unequaled was coached under Iorctta DcLone, who for six years was harpist of tho facilities of acquaintance with many Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra, and of the outstanding celebrities In dill. proressionai and military life In Eng tilt Inter she studied with Knrtco first harpist of the Chicago land, uennua ana Europe. 8ymphony. 8he baa been associated with Mme. Itlngsdorf for several s MAYNARD LEE DAGGY and will play sonio solos composed especially for tho harp and also of songs nnd music well known on other Instruments. i I Bg Sergeant Alexander McCtlntock, D C. M., 87th Overseas fiatt. Canadian Gren. Guards 1917, Copyright. by tho Hell Syndicate, (no Sergeant McOHntock, who hat teen tervice in France, teat decorated for bravery, wounded, invalided home and it now endeavoring to get a commit' tion in our army, A committlon in the Canadian army awaitt him it he returnt to join hit old command. In the flrtt and tecond article! he graph ically detcribet hit training, hit trip to France and the elaborate prepara tion! made for a bomb raid on the German trenchet. A LA Kit-go- re Tra-mon- sea-ton- LOUISE L MclNTYRE J Louise L. Mclntyre brings In an In-- , tercstlng and practical mnnner her tnessngo of health and hope. It Is presented wltli authority and experi ence, with the endorsement of the med leal profession, tho press and tho pulplL In these days of stress. It is Imperative that every one keep phys ically fit, and It Is the patriotic duty of every man, woman and child In America. Mrs. Mclntyre has been lec- i turing and teaching for fourteen years and has a vital message for real u Amcrlcnns. Hear her lecture Chau-tnuqu- week. MME LILLIAN RINGSDORF COMPANY S we climbed ont of the shelter of our trenches for my first and, perhnps, my lust, I thought ad- venturo In No Man's Land the word wus passed: "Over the top and give 'em hell 1" Thnt Is the Ilrltlsh Tommles's battle cry as they charge the enemy, and It has often sounded up and down those long lines In eastern Prance as tho Hrttlsh, Canadian and Australian sol dlers go out to the tight and the death. We were divided Into six parties of ten men, each party having separate duties to perform. We crouched for ward, moving slowly In single file. stumbling Into shell boles und over dead men some very long dead and managing to keep In touch with each other though the machine gun bullets began to drop men nlmost Immediately. Once we were sturted we were BaS :S neither fearful nor rattled. We had been drilled so long and so curefully that each man knew Just what he wus to do. and he kept right on doing It unless he got hit. To me It seemed the ground was moving back under me. The first ten yards were tho toughest. The thing was perfectly or gnnlzed. Our first party of ten wns composed .saaalsiMB iJBmmwi ing out of signalers. They were pay aiBSBSBY wires und carrying telephones BBBBBpPSijlBSSSSSjBSSSVA to be used during the fifteen minutes of our stay In the German trenches In communicating with our battalion headquarters. A telephone code had been arranged, using the names of our commanding ofllcers as symbols. "Ilex- ford 1 meant "First prisoners being sent back;" "Itexford 2" meant "Our LaSBSBSBSBSBSW visiaSBSBSBSBSBSBSBsl first wounded being sent over;" "Itex ford 3" meant "Wo hove entered Ger-mnn trench." Tho code wits very comI'rofessor Mnyuard Lee Daggy Is a plete, und the signalers hnd been drill lecturer and educator of national rep- ed In It for n week. In case the teleutation. Ho Is the nuthor of "Prin- phone wires were cut, the signalers ciples of Public Speaking," n stand- wero to senil messages buck by tho ard and scholarly text. In tho edu- uso of rifle grenades. These nre rifle cational world he Is rvcognlzed ns a representative of tho best university culturo and the embodiment of the modern spirit, which seeks to utilize tho results of study and research In a practical way. Mr. Dnggy has a vital message for every audience. His popular lectures present tho highest Ideals of education, life, and politics nnd are mado to fit tho everyday needs of everyday men and women. Ho combines Intcnso moral earnestness with tho trained ability of a scholar nnd tho of nn orator, nis lectures rank as classics In their fidelity to tho most critical lltcrnry stnndnrd. Mr. Daggy will lecture nt tho Chautauqua, the head. Ours were made try fastening heavy steel nuts on a stout stick of wood, a very businesslike contrivance. The fourth man, or bomb carrier, besides having a large supply of Mills grenades, had smoke bombs, to be used In smoking the Germans out of dugouts and later, If necessary, In covering our retreat, and also fumlte bombs. The latter are very dangerous to handle. They contain a mixture of petrol and phosphorous and weigh three pounds each. On exploding they release a liquid fire which will burn through steel. The flfth, sixth, seventh and eighth In line were called utility men. They were to take the places of any of the first four who might become casualties. In addition they carried two Stokes gun bombs each. These weigh nine pounds apiece, have six second fuses and can be used In wrecking dugouts. The ninth and tenth men n were sappers, carrying slabs of and several hundred yards of Instantaneous fuse. This explosive Is used In demolishing machine gun emplacements and mine saps. The sappers were to lay their charges whllo we were at work In the trenches and explode tbem as soon ns our party was far enough out on the return Journey to be safe from this danger. In addition to these parties of ten there were three of us who carried bombs and had orders to keep near the three officers, to take the place of any one of them that might go down and meanwhile to use our own Judgment about helping the Jolly old party along. I was assigned one of the three. In addition to the raiding party proper there was a relay cull across No Man's Land at ten paces interval, making a chain to show us our way back, to assist tho wounded and, In case of opportunity or necessity, to us. They were ordered not to leave their positions when wo began to come back until the last man of our party had been accounted for. The final section of our entourage was com posed of twelve stretcher beurers, who had been specially trained with us, so that they would bo familiar with tho trench section which we were to raid. The Raid and Its Results. Thero wero two things which made It possible for, our raiding party to get started across No Man's Land. One was the momentary quickening of the blood which follows a big and unaccustomed doso of rum, and the other gun-cotto- extra heavy bombardment had warned the Germans tbat something was about to happen. Tbey sent up star shells and "S O 8" signals until there was a glare over the torn earth like that which you seo at the grand finish of a Palne's fireworks display, and mean while they sprayed No Man's Land with streams of machine gun fire. In the face of that we started. It would be absurd to say that we were not frightened. Thinking men could not help but be afraid. If we were pallid, which undoubtedly wo were, the black upon our faces hid It, but our fear struck voices wero not disguised. They trembled and our teeth chattered. We sneaked out single file, making our way from shell hole to shell hole, nearly nil the time on all fours, crawl Ing quickly over the flat places between this small shelter. The Germans had not sighted us, but they were squirting machine gun bullets all over the place promiscuously, llko a man watering a lawn with a garden hose, and they were bound to get some of us. Behind me I heard cries of pain and groans. but It made little Impression on my benumbed Intelligence from the mere fact that whatever had happened hnd happened to one of tho other sections of ten and not to my own. It seemed, some way or other, no affair to con cern me. Then a man In front of me doubled up suddenly and rolled Into a shell hole. That simply made me remember very clearly that I was not to stop on account of It It was some one else's business to pick that man up. Next, according to the queer psy chology of battle, I began to lose my sensation of fear and nervousness. After I saw a second man go down gave my attention principally to a consideration of the Irregularities of the German parapet ahead of us, picking out the spot where we were to enter the trench. It seems silly to say It, but I seemed to get some sort of satisfaction out of the realization that we had lost the percentage which we might be expected to lose going over. Now, It seemed, the rest of us were safe until we could reach the next phase of our undertaking. I beard directions given, and I gave some my- could In shell holes whllo our leaders picked the way to start across. The our front trench. wrist watch" and" saw tfiaf here remained but five minutes more of the time which hnd been allotted for our stay In the trench, so I blew my whiso tle and started bnck. I had seen Green (No. 177,250) knocked down by a bomb In the next section, and I picked him up and carried him out over the wrecked pnrnpet. I took shelter with him In the first shell hole, hut I found that he wns dead and left him there. A few yards farther bnck toward our line I found Lance Corporal Glass In a shell hole with pnrt of his hip shot awny. Ho said he thought ho coutd get back If I helped him, and I started with him. Private Hunter, who had been In a neighboring shell hole, enmo to our assistance, nnd between us Hunter nnd I got Glass to I'rl-vat- We found them lining up tho surviv ors of our party for a roll call. Thnt showed so many missing that Major Lewis, formerly of the Montreal Star, called for volunteers to go out In No. Mnn's Lnnd nnd try to find somo of our men. Corporal Chnrleson, Private Saunders nnd I went out We brought In two wounded, and wo saw a number of dead, but on account of their blackened faces wero nnable to rocognlze tbem. Tho scouts later brought In several bodies. Of the sixty odd men who had started In our party forty-thre- e were found to be casualties killed, wounded or missing. The missing list was the longest. Tho names of those men were marked "m. b. k." (missing; believed killed) on our rolls. I have learned since that some few of them have beea reported through Switzerland as prisoners of war In Germany, but most of them are now officially listed as dead. All of the survivors of the raiding party were sent twenty miles to the rear at 7 o'clock, and the noncommissioned officers were ordered to make reports In writing concerning the en- mjltWKfmmm It Seemed That the Whole Earth Be hind Me Rose In the Air. self. My voice was firm. It surprised me, and I felt nlmost calm. Our ar tillery had so torn up the Germnn bnrb wire thnt It gave us no trouble nt nil, We walked through It with only a few scratches. When we reached the low, sandbag pnrnpet of the enemy trench we tossed In a few bombs nnd follow ed them right over as soon ns they had exploded. There wasn't a German In sight. They were all In their dugouts. But we knew pretty well where every dugout was located, and we rushed for tho entrances with our bombs. Every thing seemed to bo going Just as we had expected It to go. Two Germans ran plump Into me as I was rounding a ditch nnglo with a bomb In my hand, They hnd their hands up, and each of them yelled: "Mercy, knmerndl" I passed them back, to be sent to the rear, nnd tho man who received them from mo chuckled nnd told them to move lively. The German trenches were practically Just as we had ex pected to find them, according to our sample. They were so nearly slmllnr to the duplicate section In which we hnd practiced that wo hnd no trouble finding our way In them. I was Just thinking thnt really tho only tough pnrt of tho Job remaining would bo getting bnck across No Sinn's Land when It seemed thnt tho whole earth behind me rose In tho nlr. For n moment I was stunned nnd half blinded by dirt blown Into my face. When I wns nblo to see I discovered thnt all which lay behind mo wits a muss of upturned earth and rock, with hero nnd there a man shaking himself or scrambling out of It or lying still. Just two minutes after wo went Into their trench tho Germans had exploded a mine under their parapet. I have always believed that In somo way or another they had learned what spot we were to raid and had prepared for ns. Whether that's true or not, one thing is certain that mine blew our organization, as we would say In Kentucky, "plumb to h V And It killed or disabled inoro than half of our party. Qreat Confusion. Thero was much confusion among those of us who remained on our feet. Some one gave an order to retire, and somo one countermanded it. More Germans came out of their dugouts, but Instead of surrendering as per our original schedule they threw bombs among us. It became apparent that we would be killed or captured if we stack there and that we wouldn't get any safe Brijfiatra. I toolttfl ai WI tire raid. I never slept more than an hour at a time for several days and nights. I would doze off from sheer exhaustion and then suddenly find myself sitting straight up, scared half to death all over agnln. There may he soldiers who won't get scared when they know tbey are In danger or even when people are being killed right around them, but I'm not one of them. And I've never met any of them yet. I know a boy who won the military cross In the battle of the Sorame, and I saw him on his knees before his platoon commander, shamelessly crying he was a coward and begging to be left behind. Just when the order to advance was given. In this war In every offensive, big or small, the man who lias been trained to throw a bomb thirty yards Is busier and more Important thnn the fellow with the modern rifle, which will shoot n mile and a half and make u hole through a house. In a good many surprising ways this war has carried us back to first principles. I remember a crusader's mace which I once saw In the British museum that would make a bang up knob kerrle, much better than the kind with which they arm our No. 4 men In a raiding section. It had a round iron head, with spikes all over it. I wonder that they haven't started a factory to turn them out. Tricks of Bombing. . When the Canadians first Introduced bombing tho bombs were improvised out of mess tins, the fuses were cut according to the tnste nnd Judgment of the individual bomber, nnd Just when the bomb would explode was more or less problematical. Frequently the Germans have tossed our bombs back into our trenches before they went off. That; was dangerous nnd Irritating. They enn't do thnt with a Mills grenndo or any of the Improved factory mnde bombs, becnuse the men know Just how they are timed and are trained to know Just how to throw them. Then the Germnns used to work a little bomb trick of their own. They learned thnt our scouts nnd raiders wero nil nnxlous to get a German helmet as n souvenir. They'd put helmets on the ground In No Man's Land or In an advanced trench with bombs under them. In several cases men looking for souvenirs suddenly became mere memories themselves. In several raids when bombing was now the Canadians worked a trick on the Germans with extensively fatal effect. They tossed bombs into the German trenches with 6lx inch fuses attached. To the Germans they looked Just llko tbo other bombs wo had been using, nnd, In fnct, thoy were nil but s qua platform. Her charming manner, soprauo volco of wldo ruir und excellent quality, and her nmguetlc make her a prlmo favorite wherever sho goes. Miss Marie pianist and harpist, la a musl-la- n of raro ability. Sho will piny solos composed especially for tho harp, and wtll also appear In duets and trios with the other members. Mr. V. P. Horstmeier la a baritone of ability and dramatic presence. Ho brings to his audiences the highest typo of artistry whether his selections be or classic. Hoar them at the Chautauqua. saml-popul- ar Mine. Itlngsdorf Is well known In tho concert Held nnd on tho Chautau- f Mo-Ado-o, Berries That Renewed Vigor. Towurtl the middle of tho fifteenth century, It Is related, u poor Arab wus "Over the top and give 'em helll" traveling In Abyssinia. Finding himprojectiles which carry Uttlo metal self weak and weary, he stopped ueur n grove. For fuel wherewith to cook cylinders to contain written message! his rice, he cut down u tree that hap- and which burst Into flnmo when they pened to bo covered with dried berries. strike tho earth, so thnt they can be Ills meal being cooked and euten, tho easily found at night. Tho ofllccr In traveler discovered that these half-bur- charge of tho signalers was to remain berries were frugrnnt. Ho col- at tho point of entrance, with his eyes lected a number of them, nnd, on on his wntch. It wus his duty to sound crushing them with a stone, found that a warning signal flvo minutes before tho uronm was Increased to a grent tho end of our tlrao In tho German extent. Whllo wondering at this, ho trenches. Tho leader of every party of ten also accidentally let tho substance full Into hnd a whistle with which to repeat u cun thnt contained his scanty supply of water. A mlraclo Tho almost pu- the warning blast and then the tlnnl trid water wns purified. Ho brought blast, when each man wus to drop It to his lips; It wus fresh nnd agree- everything nnd get back of our artilable; nnd after u short rest the travel- lery Arc. We wero not to lenve nny er so fnr recovered his strength and dead or wounded In the German trench I energy us to bo able to resumo his on account of tho Information which I Journey. Tho lucky Arnb gathered ns the Germans might thus obtain. Beninny berries ns he could, and, having fore starting on tho raid we had rearrived nt Aden, Informed the mufti moved nil marks from our persons, inof his discovery. That worthy wns an cluding even our Identification disks. Inveterate opium smoker, who had ICxcept for the signalers, each party ol ten was similarly organized. First, been suffering for years from the Influence of the poisonous drug. He "thero were two bayonet men, each tried an Infusion of the rousted berries, with an electric flashlight attached to and was so delighted at the recovery his rifle, so as to give light for the diof bis former vigor that In gratitude rection of a bayonet thrust and con-- i to the tree he called It cumuha, which trolled by a button at the left hand grasp of the rifle. Besides bis rifle, all In Arabic signifies "force." nt 1 QXthjijS-fiifO-curded, We Were Crawling About on All Fours. was a sort of subconscious, mechanical confidence In our undertaking, which was a result of the scores of times we had gono through every prearranged movement In our practice dupllcnto German trenches behind our lines. Without either of those Influences we simply could not bnvo left the abetter and faced what was before us. An Intensified bombardment from our guns began Just as soon as we bad climbed "over the top" and were tho fuses. Instead of having failed to continue burning, as tbo Germuns thought, thoso fuses bad never been lighted. They wero Instantaneous fuses. Tho Ignition spark will travel through an Instantaneous fuse at the rnto of thirty ynrds a second. A Germnn wonld pick up ono of theso bombs, select the spot where bo Intended to blow up a fow of us with our own ammonal nnd then light tho fuse. After that there had to bo a new man in his place. Tho bomb would explode Instantly the long fuso was Ignited. The next day when I got up aftet this disastrous raid my bunkle said : "Something sure raised h with out calculations." "As those automatic self cocklna g revolvers did with a Kentucky when some one made a remark reflecting on the bride," I replied. wed-idln- Thn fnnrfh nrtlMa nt thin Mma-Vapersonal narrative will appear soon. II Shifted to the Sommo. MpTllntni1r t.k.. f - . a. rreatest of all battle and tells of the uu t iu jno irvm in uaigiutn w4 It," he aajra. The xtendra preparation! of tfea alliM for open warfar afterwars; u enuuea; Birmnt No. 4 six o.ighjLML lining up for the Journey across. "Lining up" Is not Just a suitable terra. We were crawling about on all fours Just far enough out In No Man's Land to be under the edge of the German hlL Ore and taking what theltrwe Potd devalopmenU. The Surett Preparation it Training School Pago Eight, lino girl. THE CITIZEN Juno 13, 1018. Tho Rev. D. It. Mathcrly, examiner was In Lexington. Miss wifo nnd little daughter, and sis Dahlin Hughes, who went to ncrca tcr, Miss Laura, all of Richmond, for Commencement, returned, Thur.4-da- y, accompanied hy J. Reuben visited at the homo of tho nov. J. It. Matherly a few days of last week, Hughes, who lias been n nercn stuThe Junior Order had their an- dent for years. Ethan Whicker of nual decoration of tho graves of the Berea College Normal, Is here publlihnl unlrM (iRTint In full by th writrr. Thfmm their deceased hretheren today with for a vacation with parents nnd reNo cortTiponilnf ! not for pntlictlon. but n erldtne of nod faith. Write plainly npproprialo exercises by the Rov. latives. Everybody highly respects Sam Oros and others of ttiis place Ethan nnd the worthy efforts ho at the Log Lick cemetery. Mrs. makes for higher education. Jiles Harrison, nrnzil, Ky. JACKSON COUNTY Emma Matherly has been engaged jiiiiiS McKlnley Ilodgers, Kcrby Knob, Ky. to (each Parrot MADISON COUNTY at this place this year. She PnrroU June 3. Corn ami other Logan Coyle, Kerby Knob, Ky. i is a former student from Beren and Panola crops nro looking very promising, Frances Robinson, Carico, Ky. Is n good teacher. The continued Panola. June P. The Rev J W. working Vcster Evans, Groenmount, Ky. and every one seems, to ho dry weather in this part Is doing Richardson filled his appointment early nnd late. Leo Tinchcr, Sam Harry M. Pennington. Bond, Ky. considerable damago to oats and nt Panola Saturday and Sunday Willi Jako Ford of George M. Rodgers, Clover Bottom, Settles, Al Harris and early potatoes, but the rest of tho a large crowd each sermon. There this place wero called to camp last Ky. vegetation is doing very well. Wo is a disease among Ihe calves in this Saturday. It was a girl that ar- Walker M. Isaacs, Foxtown, Ky. were real sorry to hear of our old section nnd several have died. rived at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Johner Moore, Foxtown, Ky. friend, J'asciai Oahhard, formerly Luther Robertson of Indianapolis, Clabourne Hundley on May 27. They Gilbert F. Terry, Alcorn. Ky. of Jaekson County, but now of this Ind is homo on a fifteen days' furIs regular Virgil Phillips, Loam, Ky. christened her Ethel. It county, getting run over and lough. Rain is badly needed in this church days at Letter Box next Sat- Leonard Powell, Kerby Knob, Ky. killed at Pine Grove station by a section; gardens nnd everything Sunday. Born to Mr. and Arthur MeWhorter, Nathanton, Ky, urday and (inc.) train on the C. v. 0. R. R. The burning up. .lames Coffey of Mob-er- ly Mrs. Morris Oahhard on tho 20th Bleve Gum, Grccnmont, Ky. family and friends havo our symvisited D. P. Watson Saturday AND ult.. a boy. They call him Arthur. John Gabhard. Green Hall, Ky. night nnd Sunday, E. B. Crow and pathy in his tragic death, Training School for Nurses Lucy Summers had two sheep kill- Dillard McQueen. Gray Hawk, Ky. family were the guests of Mrs. Mary BEREA, ICY. ed last week by dogs. Lula Price Melvin Spivy, Kerby Knob, Ky. OWSLEY COUNTY L. Cole and family Sunday. John of Moores Creek has been with her William Drew, Cookshurg, Ky. Up to date Laboratory and X. Ray Equipment Mcintosh's baby has been very Earnestville sister at this placo the past two Stanley Isaars, Drip Rock, Ky. SPECIALTIES al poorly Earneslville, June 10. The but Is some belter. weeks. Davidson & Son nro pay- Everett Gabhard, Hurley. Ky. meeting closed nt Needmore Blue Lick ObtietrJct and Gynecology Surgery Baclrriologid' A girl Jack Robinson, Clover ing ninety cents for wool. Bottom. Ky. Sunday with four additions to the Blue Lick, June 10. Much anxiety DR. B.F. ROBINSON DR. M. M. ROBINSON DR. ALSON BAKER was born to Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Merida Farmer, McKee. Ky. church; two were baptized Sun- is in evidenco nmong the farmers Cornett recently. Willie Morris. Loam, Ky. day evening at Spruco Fork by the of this section, due to a lack of rain. Green Hall Leonard Spurloek, Privett Ky. Rev. Harvey Johnson. Hargus Phil- A large area of tobacco has been Green Hall. June .1. Fine weather Oliver Estridge, Welchburg, Ky. lips departed this lifo June 2. He transplanted, but tho season is very for the past week has given farmers Sherman Gabhard. S'ang Gap, Ky. Plants are dying for leaves a wife, three children and u unpropillous. Second Growth IJIack Oak Spokes splendid opportunity to catch up Nim Aimer, Brazil, Ky. a host of friends to mourn his loss. the necessary moisture, Quito an A large acreage Ernest Jaekson, Bond, Ky. z$.xtl 19 inches long 550.00 per. rooo pieces with their work. His remains were laid to rest in tho interesting program was rendered by """ 16 inches long 125 o has been set to tomatoes hero. Merida Smith, Alcorn, Ky. Gabhard grave yard; funeral ser- the children of the Blue Lick Sunday" 10 inches long So.ou " 3 3 Heher Wilson left Saturday for Laurence Gabhard, Wind Cave, Ky. Chil-drevices were conducted by the Rovs. -school in observnnco of Delivered to our yard at Utrea, Ky. Berea to attend Commencement; Sandford Lainhart McKee, Ky. Mrs. Richard Johnson nnd Wm. Maroum. Tlie Day. Juno 9. cxeroiscs. Jim Bowles purchased John Moore, Kerby Knob, Ky. STANDARD WHEEL CO. Rev. Wm. Mareum has gone to see Hnllinsworth furnished appropriate Taylor William R. Farmer, three fine mules last week. Olin. Ky. his sister, Mrs. Ocre Isaacs, who music on her Vielrola, Mls Doppio Lee deserted the army some time William Turner, Kerby Knob, Ky. lives Miss. Ogg of Berea brought a small organ Spoonamoro and wife were visit a nice sheep killed Tuesday by dogs. near Hatlieshnrg, aeo and was caught by officers Sat- John Sherman Moore, Mildred, Ky. Messrs. Bill. Evo, and Hobart Gab-ba- in her car and ployed a beautiful ing at Mrs. W. M. C. Hutchins last - David Singleton will bo our urday night and taken to McKee jail. Henry Mays, Muncy, Ky. have gone to Tie Polo to seek accompaniment to a beautiful olo Sunday. Old Mr: Jackson Collott. school teaoher this year and all Gray Hawk Hehert Brandenburg, Arvel, Ky. employment. Carnvn Hughes, ac- sung by Miss Ola Johnson. Con- -' and wifo of this placo visited their seern pleased with him. Corn is farCray Hawk, June 3. Some Hugh Riddle Harrison, McKee, Ky. companied hy his sister. Miss Arcie, certed recitations, cantatas, drills, w nnd daughter, Mr. and getting scarce In this part and sellmers have had trouble with seed Charley Alexander, Duluth, Ky. spent last Saturday night with and songs furnished entertainment Mrs. Davo Smith at Prcachersvillo ing at ?2.00 per bushel. Mr. and corn. Wheat and oats are looking Curt'Clemmons, Kcrby Knob, Ky. O. T. Gabbard's family. Messrs. Lee and appreciative last Sunday. Oakley Pcaco and wifo Mrs. John Drew of Hamilton, Ohio, for a large fine. A bad storm struck tills sec- John Henry Tyra, McKee, Ky. and Ree Gabhard attended the ice audience. Misses Miller nnd Sar-- ! of Colmcr aro visiting relatives in this part his father-in-laago, doing much tion a few days Bradley Baker, Big Hill, Ky. cream supper at Charlio Damrcl's gent of Berea College have been In this week, A largo crowd attended Mrs. Bill Painter, Mr. and damage to fruit trees and fences. Mose Gatliff. Three Links. Ky. Saturday night and reported a nice strumental in nrousing a deep and Prof. J. B: ITutchins and wife and church at Cove Ridce. Sunday, the neighborhood have Lillie Pennington, Vine, Ky. Several in time. Wednesday was registration genuine interest in the Sunday- - little daughter, Elsie, attended Sunday- Spencer Mullins bought a pair of lost fine cattle the past week. Miss Milburn Bowling, Elvira, Ky. day at Booneville and fifty-foschool work at this placo and a -school at Prcachersvillo last mule from n Mr. Clark, the nurse at Gray Hawk hos- Zack Ward, Privett, Ky. nro boys were present. Chester great progress in attendance, de- Sunday. August Bartcl, whllo re- for the sum of fiveHelton at Brlndlo hundred dollars. rest. pital, is away for a six weeks' Hobart M. Holcomb, Bradshaw, Ky. A. Gabhard is going to have an ice- portment nnd preparation, aro mani- turning from Lexington last SaturFruits of all kinds are a failure Nearly all of the young men of Leonard Moore, Ethel, Ky. supper Saturday nicht. fest results. Misses Miller and day in his machine, near Preachcrs-vill- e, in this vicinity. cream Gray Hawk have left; some going Frank Glenn. McKee, Ky. Everybody is invited. Sargent of Berea Collego spent Sin- -' Wldl it capsized and nil the pasto war and others to Hamilton. Clarence McQueen, Gray Hawk, Ky. Scoville day night at tho home of Mr. nnd sengers were badly shaken up; thcro Wildie, Jlme 10. Several from Professor George Miller will begin David H. York, Privett, Ky. Scoville, June 7. Several peoploj Mrs. L. J. Flanery. Reuben Hoi- -, is authentic information nt hand that here attended the Commencement at a ten days' singing school The second Marion Potter, Jr., Bradshaw, Ky. of this place attended church at Unsworth has moved to Paint Lick thcro was freight in tho car which Berea last week. Tho Rev. Mr. Saturday at 2 o'clock at the Baptist HenryMcKinney, Foxtown, Ky. South Boonoville last SundayR.I on the farm of John Morgan. causes more trouble and heartaches M.isters will preach hero tho 4th Church. Hurrah for THE CITIZEN Charley Angle, Bond, Ky. D. Hale is having a well drilled. Preston Earris has moved to tho than any one thing, Bryant Bal-la- Saturday and Sunday of this month; It gives us lots of news. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Winn of Lognna.) home recently occupied by his Thomas Guynn, Cookesburg, Ky. fell out of his porch and Is bad-l- v everybody is invited. J. R. Dolson Bond have been visiting friends and re-- father. Tim Harris, who moved to1 Isaac C. Drew, Eglon, Ky. bruised, hut we hope his bruises lost a good maro last week, A Bond, June 8. We have been hav- Mount Stewart, Olin, Ky. ill not prve fatal T. J. Stiirall. crowd of young people attended the ing some dry weather and most all Charley Lakes, Wind Cave, Ky. our country merchant, sold his meeting- - at Hickory Grovo Sunday. are over their corn tho first time. Hobart Lee, Herd, Ky. Mrs. Ellen vProctor or Hlatt was r.utnmrbile to Ed. A large crowd enjoyed the play giv- Oscar P. Andrew, Privett, Ky. USE Pyhoiise. of Crab Orchard, for $IOti. with her daughter. Mrs, James-Coffeen by sixteen girls. Tho title was Edgar McWhorter, Nathanton, Ky. Sunday and Monday. Hurrah' Josh .lone ami family went to "Tho Old Maids' Convention." Tho James Walker Wright, McKee, Ky. Dicks River, fishing last Saturday, for THE CITIZEN I proceeds will bo used by the Red Isam Mays, Bardshaw, Ky. Rockford but. unfortunately, they caught noRed Cross Circle for pood purposes. Clarence Powell, Kerby Knob, Ky. Rnokford, Juno 2. Farmers la thing. A line baby girl has como is Tho Red Cross Circle of Bond Elihu Roberts Middle Fork, Ky. into the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. Her-rll- el ttiis section nrc very busy planting growing rapidly and wo expect be- Garnett Wyrick. Herd, Ky. Spangler. Billy Elam is In poor corn. Some have plowed over fore long to havo a membership of William G. Robinson, Green Hall, Ky. BRIGHTER, WHITER AND LIGHTER health and is failing fast; ho Is 83 few acres; some aro not done breakover 200. The War Saving Society Nathan York, Bond, Ky. years old, Tim King, a highly re- ing on nccount of dry weather. is also doing well with W. J. Chest- Luther Bowels, Bond, Ky. Than Any Other Brand spected colored man, died last Sat Charley Anderson and wifo of near nut as president, Tho precinct Edward L. Medlock, Annville, Ky. urday from tuberculosis and was- Berea wero visiting relatives and chairman. Mrs. Tillie York, of tho Luther Dunigan, Mildred, Ky. friends hero Saturday and Sunday. buried in Crab Orchard Sunday. War S'avings Committee has written Winum Hisel, Locust Branch, Ky Today was our regular church Paint Lick the following lines: Lee Boggs, Annville. Ky. Paint Lick, June 8. Miss Emma meeting nt Scaffold Cane; also the latives at this place Several of Ohio. Josephine Mainous has gono Get the Kaiser We Will Floyd Welch, McKee. Ky. attending day set for Memorial Day or Decothe men havo been fishing this to Battle Creek, Mich- - during va- F.stridp. who has been Come young men and join in tho William Ranol Allen. Ethel, Ky. E. K. S. N. at Richmond, spent tho ration Day. Tho day was spent in week, but from all reports, luck cation, with quite a number of other fight. John Martin, Jr., Bond, Ky. week end at home. Mr. and Mrs. singing and preaching and speaking was against them. Mr. and Mrs. J. students from Berea. Pull down the wrong, put up the Troy Evans. Nathanton, Ky. Edd Hedrirk and daughter, Hazel with qulto n crowd present, and W. Rowland and daughter, Carrie, right; Dreyfus James Hurst, Green Hall, Ky. Lexington, wer- with the very best of attention and were visiting Mr and Mrs. C. B. Dreyfus, June !), We are having and son, Carlos, of band; Old Glory, fly. James Androw, Drip Rock, Ky. Follow tho behavior. 4Tho order of tho day was visiting friends hero last week. And we'll sure get tho Kaiser by Chester Arthur Moore, Mildred. Ky, Rowland Sunday, June 2. Soveral somo very flno weather which farShelby, conducted by Rev. W. McIIutchltis: of the boys of this vicinity attended mers are making good use of, plow- Lieut. Lee Ledford of Camp and by. Andrew Bond, High Knob, Ky. Ihe Sun Brothers' Circus at Boatty-vil- lo ing nnd killing weeds. Born. May Miss., was here Saturday; from here tho speakers wero from Crab OrchKeep up goal courage; bo ye Sherman Combs, Jackson Co., Ky. Thursday, May 30. All re- 31, to Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Brndloy, lie went to Harlan to spend tho re ard. Berea and Pronchcrsvlllo. All Robert H. Farmer, Gray Hawk, Ky. C. II. Todd and strong, ported a ilno time, although tho a girl; they christened her Helen mainder of his time with his wife. enioyed tho dny, - Several from this placo were In daughter of Dripping Springs was When Uncle Sam calls, march along Andy Tincher, Bond, Ky. in rain camo down very plentiful that Mnrie. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Saturday afternoon to henr visiting his parents Saturday and Do your part well and do not sigh Floyd Hayes, Tynor, Ky. afternoon. The farmers aro very and littlo son, Floyd, visited Lancaster Charley Huff, Privett, Ky. Mama Todd has boon And wo'll sure get tho Kaiser by hoeing corn now as tho wccd3 Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Robinson Sun- Mr. Chapman, the Stnto Supervisor Sunday. busy James Bolt, High Knob, Ky. and by. havo grown so fast that they will day. Boyd nnd Tressio Jones visit of Schools. Miss lona Dunn of very poorly tho past week, but Is soon hide the corn. Tho majority ed at Berea part of last week. Mrs Lrncaster and Miss Bernico Broadus somo better. Children, women, old men and all, ESTILL COUNTY of the farmers secured a flno stand Leonard Sparks, who has been sick tof Buckeye, spent tho week end Do you not hear your Country's call? near Cobhill OWSLEY COUNTY of corn, although very fow totcdjfor the past two weeks, is recover-the- ir with Miss Brunette Arnold Savo all you can and war stamps Cohhill. Juno 3. Three boys wero Hyattsvllle. Misses Stella and Lula Island City Robt.; ing. Edward leavo Davis will seed corn. Mr. and Mrs. buy. called from hero to Camp Taylor the Bonds wero visiting the homo of, Thursday to enlist in tho Navy. MeWhorter camo home Mondny to Island City. June In. The oil and And we'll sure get tho Kaiser if wo twcntv-flft- h of last montn. 'inoy Abe Rowland last Sunday. Mrs.' Mrs. Alice Bcngo of Hugh spent spend their summer vncatlon. Mrs. gis is still sending its odor in tho try. were Viriril Rotrcrs. Otis Watson and George Jackson received her flno Wednesday is spending a few air around Island City; everybody with hor daughter, Mrs. J. T. Thompson son. Forest Dowden, seems certain It Is n paying woll. days with her Stand fast for right, tho conflict Lemon Stamper, William Dickerson cooking slovo for which she paid Lulher Kimberlaln. Tho littlo near Brca, Ale Ledford was In Severnl of the boys went to Boonoof Whltesburg was homo visiting win. sum of $00. fant of Mrs. Sallio Roynolds died Righteousness shall reign; away with rolatives Saturday till Monday. .Sunday, Juno 1; tho remains were last week to seo his brother, Llout. ville on the nth to register, oboy- Sturgeon Miss Ing Uncle Sam's call. Mrs. Tosh gathered at tho grave Leo Ledford of Mississippi, A largo crowd cr sin! Sturgeon. Juno 10 -- Did you know, lrleil in the family grave yard Decoration Day, bringing many Dr.eia Melcalf of Lanenster. was tho closed her series of meetings nnd Then nations shaJl bo (stronger old or young, rich or poor, Fred James, who has been sick tho guest of Miss Marian Ledford last went to South Boonevillo.- - Everyfloral decorations. A big U. S. flag and wiser, wok with nvasles, is recovor-cate- d, week. Bradley Kinkaid of Camp saint or sinner, educated or unedu- body seems to be well pleased with When wo do our duty and get the was also brought, Brother Tom . tho Bethlehem and Royal Oak McCoy filled bis appointment hero Taylor was in Lancaster a fow days tholr stand of corn. --Tho farming Kaiser. seek your prosencoj the first of tho week. A largo num- element Is putting In time nround last fourth Sunday; ho will preach Sunday-schoo- ls CLAY COUNTY hero again tho fourth Sunday Inst. and an opporlnuity to help you ber from this county attended tho hero; thero is not muoh idling going JACKSON COUNTY REGISTRANTS Vino Miss Grace Howoll will bo our every Sunday at 10 and 2 o'clock? Beren Commencement. Logan West on. Other oil companies nro InterList of Names of Persons Whose school teacher this year. Wo wish Theso schools havo more than, Vino. Juno a Corn hooinp is tho who hns boon attending school nt ested hero of Into, olneo oil hns been Registration Cards are In the hor success in tho work. Mrs. doubled their enrollment. Aro you po jn ti,s community. Mrs. Llzzlo Berea Is at homo now. Dr. and Mrs. struck, Tho trustees of our graded Possession of the Local Emma Watson is sick; her husband enrolled? Rev. and Mrs. Samuel j Bowman of Manchester is visiting H. L. Patrick aro rojoioing over tho school havo levied a tax of $1.00 on Hoard for Jackson n. tho head of pr.ch was called to Camp Taylor last week. C. Rice of tho Berea Collego Faculty,' rolatives at this place this wcok, arrival of n flno boy, William whlto malo cttlzon arrived Saturday to help In our 'a. J. Maupin, who underwent an County, McKee Mrs. Harrison Coldlron and and twenty rents on tho hundred Sunday-scho- ol and singing sohool operation some weeks ago, is slow-wor- k. three children, of Hamilton, Ohio, dollnrs to meet tho CLARK COUNTY futuro oxpensos. This community gladly wol-j- iy improving. Mrs. Wm. Penning-com- es nro ranking an exlonded visit with Log Llok Homer Morris, who has been In WilUe Risen, Wind Cave, Ky. such helpers. Dolbert Cook ton Is still improving. Ray Davld-nn- d her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. John whool at Borea for some llmo, has Log Lick, Juno 0. Born to tho Jerry T. Rose, Alcorn, Ky. sistor, S'arah, who havo been' son and Miss Mnry Davidson wore, Talem of Point Leavell. Marlon rolurned recently 2, a nnd is with homo wifo of Grovcr Palmer, Juno Charley Rose, Drip Rook, Ky. attending school at Berea this past, married a few days ago, Monroe Hnunohcll hns purchased a Che v. folks at present. A flno boy mado yenr, aro home again, Tho many Morgan, a former student of Berea, rolet from Riddle and White, tho his advent Into tho homo of Mr. nnd friends of Graden Cook will bo glad 'was married to Miss Maud Hornsby, agents nt Paint Lick. Mrs. Robert Hnrvey n few weeks to learn he Is an employee of tho both of this placo. May Joy ond ago; they are veil pleased with tho Battle Creek Sanitarium at BatUo. happiness be tholrs. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY INDIANA listed for sale, uowcomer. That I have LOTS OF FINE FARMS IN Creek, Michigan, Messrs. Hiram and Cooksburg Conkllng and every one a bargain. Write and toll me your wants, I will troy Gabbard went to Hamilton, O GARRARD COUNTY Cookshurg, Juno 8. Corn is look Conkling, Juno 10. A son was describe to you what I have. I feel sure I can fill Uie then Friday, Heber Wilson has returnflno in this part, but rain is muoh born to Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Allen. Harmony ed from a buslnoss trip to Borea. bill. Harmony, Juno 11, Rov. W. M. C needed for potatoos and gardons-Ml- ss Jr., Juno 2nd and has been named Clayton Ho brook who was sent Hulohns of thl8 paco and Dr. T. U. Lucy Singleton and Miss Ethel Comoy. Aunt Nanccy Bowman to Jackson last Friday for physical Lyne of Crab Orchard attended Thomas attondod church In Morris spent the past week wllh friends Indiana examination, has returned. Deputy, Tho ohllroh nl noldon last Sunday,-Jo- hn (CtaUaiM Valley .Sunday. M. A. Vaiuout hod rtfft m) East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else ROBINSON HOSPITAL WANTED! - ns' rd r son-in-la- w, ur 1 rrl -- POTTS' GOLD DUST FLOUR irs - Kim-borla- In-t- ho yard-whoth- Pl Car-mo- REMEMBER .... R E. PETERS