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Devoted to tlae Interests of tlie 3ou.nteLin Feorple UKIIKA, The Citizen MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, JUNK 20, 1018. Ono Dollar Knowledge Is Powor and the way to keep up with modern Knowledge Is to read a good Nowspapcr. per Year. No. 51. Germany's Soul Lost Authorities state that the war has not caused an increase of crime in foiglnnd, France or the United States. We learn from the German newspapers that more than three hundred burRlaries occur every day in Berlin alone; largely committed by deserters from the army. Is not this the legitimate result of an education that inculcated the sacred right of physical force? The allied nations, it is true, have suffered much loss of property and many lives but Germany has lost its soul. o STATE Forly-lwwomen registered In Louisville Monday as alien enemies. It is believed that between COO and 1,000 such women live there. GREAT BATTLE prompt movement OF i W0RLD1INEWS DIES iiVl. hUN iTuPPEO ATTACK Stale bankers have been called to, Enormous From The Seeibacii, Louisville, for the Exhaustion purpose of taking action looking to Loss(JS nfjctcd by A,ies prevention of encroachment on Stale Halts Compicgne Drive. banking system by Federal leglsla- Hon. Tho last German drlvo toward Paris has been stopped boforo the objectivo points on tho road to Paris FIRST AIM OF RAILROADS, DE- wero reached. A great arid dangerous wedgo has been driven Into CLARES McADOO WAR POLFrench territory, but tho allies ara ICY STATED BY DIRECTOR. feeling confident that tho Germans will neither reach Paris or tho Public Service Is Seeond to Military Channel ports. Another and perNeeds Humanized Management Is haps harder drive is expected soon, Desired to Prove Corporations May probably toward Amiens. Have Souls. U.S. ARMY TROOPS That Cur In another column of this issue we find the Kentucky law as enacted by the last Legislature governing ownership of dogs, and the tax on same. This act is a splendid war measure in that it will conserve food that otherwise would be consumed by the worthless dogs, that will pass into the happy hunting ground for the want of a friend with the required tax. It will encourage the profitable raising of sheep in the mountains, so well adapted for this industry, and' provide wool for war use. Let those who own dogs study carefully this law and act the most wisely that it may be an effective measure in Western NfW'M'i'Per Union News Service. Washington. In a comprehensive statement of pulley made public, Director General McAdoo declared the Kallroad Administrations alms In order of Importance are to win the war by moving troops and war materials promptly, to give efficient service to the public, to promote sympathy and understanding between tho railroad managements, employes and patrons, and to apply sound business policies to railroad operation. lie said ha hoped future development would "Humanize the science ot railroading and our Commonwealth. Ludendorff has a maximum of 30 negative the Idea that corporations divisions, of which more than have no souls." William Hartsack, a farmer near s have already taken part In cast of Whitesburg, nnndtown. "The policy of tho United States Railroad Administration," said the Dshot and Instantly killed J. W. Bray, the struggle. irector General, "has been formed and aged forty, a near neighbor, as a London, June 15. A strong enemy In a few weeks the country schools throughout the a desire result of n trivial matter. Hartsack party attacked one of the posts re- shaped by purposes to accomplish tho following which are named mountains will be beginning for their summer term. was arrested, pending a preliminary cently established by the British lu what I consider to bo the order ot Your children must be there the first day. trial Tuesday. northwest of Merrls, on the Flnnders their importance: Now is the time to plan your work so that you can front. Thp nttnek was completely re"1. The winning of the war, which Leaders of the campaign to secure pulsed. The Germans left some pris- Includes the prompt movement ot the let them off when the time comes. hnnds of the Ilrltlsh. Ac- men and material that the Government pledges from Louisvilllans to save oners in the It is also time to be getting the money ready for tivity by the Oermnn artillery In the requires. To this every thing else must $.",000,000 by the end of the year, debooks. to the be subordinated. buying their region of clare the city faces one of the most Amiens, as well as In the east "2. The service of the public, which About the biggest thing we get from our glorious difficult tasks since the war began. Scnrpeof valley, east of Arras, Is reIs the purpose for which the railways Next week will be known as "war ported. American government is this free school. If we do not were built and given the privileges acsavings week," and the money will send our children to school, why shouldn't we live in corded them. This implies the mainbe saved through the purchase of Paris, June 15. Fighting on the tenance and Improvement of the railany other heathen land ? Russia, or India, or in died road properties so that adequate transstamps. thrift front of the Germnn attack has Let every parent fix the time when schoof is to begin down, there being only local operaportation facilities will be provided at the children are there the first hour of the and see that In preparation for the opening. tions Bcconllng to the statement Isthe lowest cost, the object ot the Govfirst day, and that they do not have to wait for books. ernment being to furnish service rathThursday, of the training schools sued by the war office. Between the forest of VlllersCot-teret- s er than to make money. for artillery officers' at Camp Zachnnd Chateau Thierry (which "3. The promotion ot a spirit ot symary Taylor, truck loads of books arATTENTION, DOO OWNERS OUR NEXT CONORESS sector held by American pathy and a better understanding as rived at the camp yesterday. Tho troops) the THE NEW DOC LAW fighting between the administration of the By Prof. Robertson there was artillery arrival of Maj. A. S. Goodyear at the A Germnn attack roads and their 2,000,000 employes, as A now Congress will be elected in The recent session of the 1918 camp was also announced Satur- during the night. the Olse was patrons, which the fall and a great deal depends on Kentucky Legislature enacted into day. Major Goodyear will bo adju- - nenr Antheull. west of The statement well as their 100,000,000every Individual completely broken up. latter class Includes kind of men we chooso for that law an act relating to dogs, re the t tant of the school under Lieut. Col. rends : in the nation, since transportation has office. quiring them to be listed wilt; tha A. II. Carter. "During the night there were local become a prime and universal necesTho thing of first importanco will assessor at tho time of assessing actions along the front of the Germnn sity of civilized existence. many sucbe to send men to represent us in property as required by law, pro"1. The application ot sound econTho Kentucky division of tho attack. The French mnde enemy line loyal hearts. viding Washington who havo omies. Including: tag for Woman's Commilteo of tho National cessful Incursions Into the for licenso and sup"A. The elimination ot superfluous Wo must havo men who will north of Grlvesnes and In the region each and every dog to bo issued by port the war and bo ready to pass tho county clerk of the fvnripus Council of Defense at its first an- of Courcelle. They took thirty pris- expenditures. nual convention in Lexington Fri- oners. Near the I.oge fnrm they also "D. Tho payment of a fair and living such legislation as may bo necdod, counties in Kentucky, and for fail- day. voUvl to raise $30,000 to be used raptured prisoners. A German wage for services rendered and a Just to time, to strengthen tho ure to list each dog, as well as for from tlmo Willi a similar sum from tho Federal In the region of Anthuell was and prompt compensation for Injuries hands of the administration and any other violation of this act, a received, Government In establishing a homo rompletely broken up. win tho war. penalty of not exceeding 8100 or "C. The purchase ot material tnd Hun "Gets a Skinful." ' havo tho best men from imprisonment of not exceeding thrco for delinquent girls near army canWo must equipment at the lowest prices cons tonments, and set July 10 as tho "Between the forest of and every district, men of vision sistent with a reasonable but not an months, or both, at the descrellon date for tho campaign. and Chateau Thierry heavy arexperience; men ablo to do largo of tho court, is prescribed. tillery fighting continued during the excessive profit to the producer. "D. The adoption of standardized things; men with an eye slnglo to "The word, "owner," when applied night. the public service; men who will to the proprietorship of a dog, nl Jefferson County farmers who met "French pntrois took prisoners In equipment and the Introduction of apthe Board of Trade recently, ad- the region of Bussnlres and west of proved devices that will save lite and pull, not obstruct. shall include every person having a We want men who can represent right of properly in such dog; and journed their meeting, assurod that Reims In the Clmrapngne battle area." labor. "(E). The routing of freight and pasThe position of the latest German tho will and tho power ot the Ameri- every person who keeps or harbors no part of tho county's bumper crop wr mm be lost becauso of labor short-- ! effort nfter five days of fighting is de senger traffic with due regard to the driving ability. can people; men of such dog or has it In his caro, and n tact that a straight line Is the shortest President Wilson has said, "poll-ti- cs every person who permits such dog ape. They will seek labor at tho! scribed Inelegantly, but aptly, bythe distance between two points. general who has Just arrived from United Slates employment ,igency aro adjourned," and it ought to "(F). The Intensive employment of remain on or about any premises ami may accept tho oner of mini- front, as follows: all equipment and a careful record and to bo so. Wo must elect tho bost occupied by him." "The Gennnns got n skinful." sters, county officials, boy reserves man for tho placo and tho tlmo, commentators here are scientific study of tho results obtained, Military In order to achieve tho results In- and whether ho bo Democrat or Repub- tended by tho passage of this act, 'and business men to work tho farms unanimous In reporting one more Ger- wth a view to determining the comefficiency secured." harvest tho crops. man failure. The enemy has won a parative lican. We must unite on a man will bo necessary for a rigid en not without value, bo cloctcd and elect him. it strip who can Gas Masks Worn By American Army. forcement of thisneasuro. ThereStudents In tho artillery section but hus sacrificed for It precious divibecauso ho is tho mast fit man and fore, Washington. Even tho food containit bohooves 'every ono to list of the fourth officers' training school sions without at nny point nttalnlng not becauso ho belongs to one parly each and every dog with tho asat Camp Zachary Taylor aro working his objective and without bringing him ers of tho American army in France or tho other. will wear gas masks now, the men, sessor. sixteen hours a day lo pass tho any nearer n decisive result. Our country's hour of prlvllego Such also Is the opinion of Henri horses, mules and even carrier pigeons Mat S. Cohen, examinations which aro expected and duty is now hero. Every citihaving been equipped. Tho to bo held about September 1. Capt. Bldou nnd Colonel de Thomnsson, who already zen must do his vory best. Nothing Quartermaster Department announced Commissioner of Agrioullure. n vicDyers is in command of tho school. would be the Inst persons to hntl that as food containers are filled, they elso will answer. tory premnturely. A waterworks system has been inThe report of the war ofllce Issued are put through a parattlne bath and You can't afford to miss Bcroa stalled at West Point in anticipation Thursday night snysr hermetically sealed, so that they can CONTENTS Chautauqua Friday and Saturday. of tho cantonment for field nrtillory-me- nt "During the course of the day the bo carried through a gas zone without which Is oxpected to be built Germans launched a powerful counter- fear that the soldiers' food will suffer program and seo tho flno PAOE'l. Editorials: Germany's Soul Got a attack from Courcelles to the north of harm. Tests show that they meet all When Docs things in storo for Tou. If you at tho 'cannon rango. Lost; That Cur; conditions. Mcry (Montdldler sector). Caught unhavo not been enjoying the ChauYour School Begin? Our Noxt der the Are of our guns, the nssanltlng tauqua this week, It is your fault Farm Bureau Calls For Laborer. Congress- - Tho New Dog Law. MEN WHO LEAVE COUNTRY TO troops were not able to reach our poeolumbus, O. The Farm LaDor Busitions, but were obliged to retreat to Our Own Stato News. U. S. It has been flno. EVADE MILITARY SERVICE Nows and World News. their line of departure, nfter having reau ot tho Ohio Defense Council anWILL BE WATCHED nounced that 955 men and boys are Tho Fourth of July will bo Men of sclectivn service ace who suffered very heavy losses. PAGE 2. Dr. Lichtwardt Writes. our atOhio at another great day in Borca. Toll Icavo tho United Slates to ovado "Tho material raptured In cannon, wanted to work on farms Inhighly esonce. "These positions are Glenn C. Phelps Writes to your friends about it and remember tacks Juno 11 Included ten duly Treasurer Osborno, Poom: "To lo sot apart tho day for your won military charges will havo to stand four of them henvy pieces, nnd a very sential and men entering farm service or violations of tho largo number of muchtno gunH. trial on will be scrying tholr country by helpOur Boys In Brown." Shcrm's pleasure You will seo tho adverselcctlvo service act when thoy re"Between the Olse and tho Alsne ing to produce" more food for our solDots. tisements of what will tako placo turn to tho country, according to tho day was calm. diers and our allies," said T. D. PhilPAGE 3. Borca Collego Honor Roll. in duo tlmo. tho Departmont of Justice, even "On the Alsno the enemy continued lips, Farm Labor Service, head of tho though thoy do not return until this morning his thrust between the Defense Council. PAGE 4. Locals. Alsne nnd tho forest of Vlllcrs Cotter-et- s. From tho various camps como after the war. One Killed When Auto Overturns. Ho was repulsed at the majority PAOE 5. Items of Interest. Tho departmont has at hand inmessagos liko tho following: "Wo In gaining a Toledo. Ohlo.Ulchard Quick, 23 from whloh complolo of points, In but succeededof Lavershlre. assuro you that It is with groat formation Mountain Agriculture'. PAGE 6. years old, ot Highland Park, Detroit, the vlllngo lists may bo prepared of all mon foothold All attempts to debouch from Coeu-vre- s was Instantly killed, and Miss Belle Cowdons; Cultivation; Blackleg pleasuro and satisfaction that wo who havo loft tho country to avoid and to advance west of Vevto Grlltltu, 22, was seriously wounded, and Hot? Cholera; To Club Mom-be- rs who aro in tho service of "Undo Growing Soy Beans; Crop Sam" road and reread THFi CITIZEN service, says a recont statement Tcullle fnrm completely fulled. The aud four girl companions received whon it comes to us. Wo aro es authorised by tho Attorney General. enemy was not able to renew his at- lessor hurts when the automobile In Report of Juno 3, 1918. which thoy were riding overturned tacks. PAGE 7. Sunday - sohool Lesson. pecially interested in tho Honor "lu the afternoon, north of Corey, west of tbo city. Roll you publish. Incomplolo rolurns from 25 states Sormont Honoy and WnfTlcs-Handlcthe enemy, who had penetrated our show that nearly 3,100,000 women lines momentarily, was driven out, and for Girls. Just ft Part in Feed-- 1 Many think tho Bcrca Colcgo havo registered for war work under we established our positions In their the German offensive oetween JIoutQT-dle-r Lllllo Smilo.-O-ur Honor Roll is an excellent means to Iho Woman's Committee of tho entirety. imr thn Natron. and Noyon, whose objective was keep up with tho boys You will do Council of National Defense PAGE 8. Eastern Kentucky News. 'Tho artillery fighting was quite Complegne. them a great favor if you will bo spirited In the region of tho Ourcq Despite long preparation the Gerriver near Chnmplat and l'ompelle so kind as to send in correct addresswere unable to overcome French Give our boys in the Army and (Reims sector). Quiet prevulled on mans You will havo till tho first of July, es and wo shall do our part In makresistance and , brilliant counter-attack- s to get In on tho old prlco of THE ing the changes. Many use this Navy every fighting chance. Pledge tho rest of the front." by the allied troops took back everything of Importance which (ell Drlvo Held In Five Day. CITIZEN at $1.00. On and after that roll and thoy should have the most yourself to save to the utmost ot your ability and to buy War Savings With tho French Army In France, Into tho bands of the enemy during dato It will bo $1.50. Learn to savo addresses. Stamps. Juna 1?, FtYi dar gufUced to. stay the first rush with large m&saea ot by subscribing NOW. M troops. Lloyd Tipton, negro murderer, ENEMY TO STANDSTILL sentenced to ten years In tho pcnl- tentiary at tho last term of court, and who escaped jail at Whitesburg Thruit Near Antheull Is Thrown In Active Back Artillery I by snwing Iho iron bars, was arrestAmerican Sector Between ed in Daylnn, Ohio, and returned and Cha- by Jailer Fcss Whllnker. teau Thierry. Between 0,000 and 8,000 field artillery officers will bo trained at Parli, June 15. M. Clemenceau'a) Camp Zachary Taylor, according to organ, L'Homme Libre, expresses no plans of tho War Department, The surprise at the slackening of the batenemy, It declares, has encommander of tho school has ar- -j tle. The gaged about 80 divisions since May 27, rived, with the announcement that nearly half of which left 50 per cent officers will be trained in artillery of their men on the battleground. It for the duration of the war, at least expresses the opinion that General two-third- pgT Tho move of tha Austrians has started and there is heavy fighting along a Hno of ono hundred miles, from the Asiago plateau to tho sea. British troops aro helping the Italians and a few Americans aro there. Tho Italians, under General Diaz, are holding their lino in splto of somo Austrian gains. America is planning to send forces lo the aid of Italy at once. long-expect- ed When Does Your School Begin? Tho Dolshevlki in Russia have suffered severe reverses during the weok. Thoy wero badly beaten when they tried to enter the Ukraine and restore it to Russia. In Siberia, also, they havo been defeated by tho more conservative Russian party and havo largely lost control. Tho United Stales is seeing some chance for moving in Russia, but is waiting for a favorable limo. From official reports there is reason to believe that Germany holds about four hundred American prisoners, 'including both soldiers captured in battle and civilians. Our country has mado ample provision in Switzerland to make the lot of our prisoners comfortable in Germany if wo are ablo to get the chance. There aro rumors, however, of most harsh treatment being meted out lo them In the German prison camps. The address of President Wilson Mexito a group, of about sixty-fiv- e can editors visiting In this country, was a master stroke and deserves more notice than it has received. It was a fine example of open diplomacy and ho took occasion to remove many of the suspicions that still remain in tho mindof Mexicans and of other South Americans 'in ,regard to motives of tho United States. Tho strength of Brazil and its remarkable progress since it entered the war has not been recognized as it should be. Brazil is a country and extent of great resources There is a fine spirit of democracy among tho people and thoy have made provision for a strong army which will numbor 600,000 when complete. They are strongly with tho U. S. In this war and desire to help in every way possible. A refugee from Venezuela to the United States gives us reason to feel sentiment is that tho strong there as It is In Chill. This is truo rather of tho official classes tharof peoplo at largo. There are many Germans In Venezuela and it is possible that Gormany may be using its ports as a baso for the submarines which havo been preying on commorco off our eastern coast. pro-Gorm- an Vlllers-Bretonneu- fc Vlllers-Cot-leret- Tho little negro republic of Llboria has refused tho offor of tho allies to provido coast defenses for her on account jol a submarlno recently mado. This visitation little nation has ideals of relying on law rather than force and prefers to tako tho chances. This moy not bo a wlso course, for although Liberia is just a liltlo state, it might bo an onloring wedge for tho Germans recent boastful sohoma of African colonization. Tho Duohess Olga, slstor of the former Czar of Russia, Is reported to bo in Switzerland. It is said she reached thero by crossing Gormany and that sho had a passport for that purpose Thero havo boon somo rumors that tho Czar himself would bo allowed to livo as an exllo from Russia in Switzerland. .That would bo a dangerous permission, as ho would bo tho center of countless plots. Tho sending of a hundred thousand soldiers to Franco In seven days has astonished tho whole world, except Germany, who professes not to know it. England is open in her expression of surprise as well as admiration. Our own officials confess that the only limitations to the (Coallasia ea raft ff flv) Fourth of July Celebration at Berea I'ago Two. THE CITIZEN Juno 20, 1010. University Column DR. LICHWARDT j Academy Column Vocational Column WRITES Juno 13, 1018. Dear Dr. Cowley: At last I nm becoming accustomed to the routine of camp life, and find ing limo to write as well as read letters. Alllio it is but n week ago tonight that I arrived here, I nm feeling very much at home, and nm enjoying the rather ncutc chango from civilian life. At present, wo have some 7,000 men hore nt camp, with this number Thcso men consinntly increasing. are all' in training for tho Tank Corps, and it is very interesting. Over 00 arc collego men, and this branch of the service is especially appealing on account of the danger involved as well as the prospect of over-sea- 's service in the very near future. I am stationed, for the present, with the Casual Company; this is the organization in which all tho newly enlisted men arc placed for several weeks, prior to their trans fer to the regular companies. Hav ing all new men placed in compara tive isolation for several weeks enables us to delect and check any contagious discaso which may como in, ns well as permitting tho Per sonnel Department to decido into what branch of the Tank Corps tho men will best fit. My duties arc not unlike thoso at 'lerea. In the morning, nt 7:30, wo .lave sick call for tho men of tho company, at which time, all the men of the company who aro at all unwell, come in for consultation and treatment. Most of tho ailments are very trivial and require but littlo attention; any that arc moro serious are gone over very carefully, and the men, if unable to go on duty, aro permitted to remain in (puartrs and rest. Very serious cases arc transferred to the Camp Hospital for treatment. If the men aro unable to come to tho Infirmary, wo visit them in their barracks, just as we visited the students in their dormitories. All the new men coming in aro given an examination, as well as their typhoid and smallpox innocu-lalio- n. Tli is latter is done with great speed and apparently no ill results. There is very littlo sickness among tho men, this being probably duo to tho season of tho year, and also to the fact that all men accepted for service with tho Tank Corps must bo of exceptional caliber physically as well as mentally. There aro quite a few medical officers here from all sections of the cpunlry. and they arc all very pleasant nlen. Ono of them said he knew you, a Dr. Morris, from up in Clay County, somewhere near McKeo or Gray Hawk. Another one of tho doctors bunked near Dr. Godbey at Ft. Oglethorpe. Tho officers of tho line are mostly younger men, collego graduates who took tho Officers Training Course last year, and aro jolly good fellows. Mrs. Lichwardt has been up in Detroit tho past week, but will ar-rihero tomorrow and wo will do light housekeeping until I am transferred or sent across. Of course, wo have no definite information when that will bo, but it is tho general opinion that all of us will bo given the opportunity of going over with in several months at the most, and possibly sooner. This is a very pleasant littlo town somewhat larger than Bcrca, and therefore noisier and moro .dirty. The camp, however, is out in tho open country, right in tho fields where tho Baltlo of Gettysburg was fought. It seems very impressivo to see the men drilling and training for the New War of Freedom, on tho samo ground where their fathers and grandfathers fought tho decisivo battle in tho war to preserve tho Littlo Round Top and Nation. Hound Top are Just east of here, while to the west aro tho regular vo brown; Glenn C. Phelps to Treasurer Osborne, wo tako tho following: "This Wo believe that you aro ablo year I havo been a very poor rc- -j To put tho German ruler down. prcsenlativo of Herca in tho army. Wo need sovcral million moro I havo practically done no duty, In khaki, to carry a gun, slnco January 10th. During that With which to down tho Kaiser time, I have had two operations on (And then lo beat tho Huns. my foot. I was Jul about ready to return to duty, when I was taken Boys, our prayers aro with you dally, with diphtheria. Thanks to nntl- -l And we feel that you will win; I was not compelled to suffer' toxin, much. I nm now expecting to re- For the Lord's with each of you, Just as Ho has always been. turn to duty soon. Douglas, Arizona, is n compara- When you sail out from tho harbor, tively new city; being staked out Out upon tho ocean blue, since 1000. It now has a population You boys in khaki must fcol of 15,000. Rich mineral deposits lio That wc arc standing back of you. ia tho surrounding mountains. which furnish raw material for two When you havo landed safoly, Don't forget to write n line, largo copper smelting plants, and these in turn furnish employment For the loved ones nt homo nro anxious for the populace of Douglas. As this city is located on tho Mexican To receive that littlo lino. border, Undo Sam maintains a May the Lord protect and guido you, camp here for tho protection of tho While you are so far away smelters. Then bring you safe homo again Until recently, all tho soldiers Just ns puro as when you went stationed hero wero compelled to away. live in tents; but now Undo Sam' Composed Juno 3, 1018, by Anna is training two regiments of cavalry Wallace, mado up of drafted men; so in preparation for them, buildings aro Remember I the men in our Army being constructed, which will bo a and Navy do not expect luxuries. great improvement over tho tents. Should we at home expect tbemJ Liro in tents, on the border, is far Buy necessities and War Savings from being homelike. Sand storms Stamps. arc a common occurrence and it is impossiblo to keep anything clean.! My year's experience has taught mo that tho chief products along thoi border are sand storms, cacti and horned toads. One of tho really fine things about 14 Douglas is tho church block. Oni 15 13 the four corners of tho block aro lo 17 it tho Baptist, catcd respectively iu it Metntyi- Presbyterian, Episcopal ana 9 ist churches; tho last two named havo parsonages adjoining. In tho 4 7' center of the square is a fountain' Thoj by shrubbery. surrounded other English speaking churches aro; tho Christians and Catholics. In order to havo ono fine buiWing, tho railroad and city Y. M. C. A. or ganizations combined and aro ablo 6- -. to carry on a very efficient work. 5. The Army "V also has a fino build TO OUR BOYS IN BROWN GLENN C. PHELPS WRITES TO Wo nro proud of you soldier boys, TREASURER OSBORNE From n recent letter written byj Who aro wearing tho uniform of u FREQUENT CHANGE OF ADVERTISEMENTS. Most of tlie successful retnll advertising men In tlic country mnko It a rule never to run the ranio nowspnper advertisement two days In succession. They contend Unit advertising Is news the flrst time It appears nnd a wasto of money nftcr thnt. Tlit!i Is nn excellent rulo to follow. Dally changes of advertisements give the readers something new to think about nwnken some new Interest every tiny. Thno people who read n certain advertisement on first appearance arc not likely to rend It tho second time It Is printed. And tho percentage of those who did not see It when first published Is so sninll that It doM not pay to repent It for their bonoflL If It Is advisable or necessary to advertise the snme thing more than ono dny, the ndvertlsctnent enn be changed sufllclcntly each day to rnako It look nnd rend like n new one. In this way much better results can he nbtnlned. Oftentimes new selling points can he featured from day to dny. When possible this should be done. 'Vsco ' Thread We Set Tire Standards Why is it that United States Tires arc setting new records for mileage and serviceability? Why is it that the sales of these tires are constantly mounting by leaps and bounds ? The answer is found in the factories where United States Tires aro made. SJfMS LOTS ,21 w 28 .26 CO CI m 24- - 25 10 'St 3Q IO 'sr ing. Tho chief desiro of nearly every soldier is to get to France. Person ally, it is my desire that my company might go and of course, tako me with them; but it looks now like wo aro destined for border duty. Mr. Osborne, will you pleaso pray that I'll not only be a good soldier: of Uncle Sam, but also a good sol- -, dier for Jesus Christ. Best regards to all Berea friends.1 S'jncercly, Glenn C. Phelps, Amb. Co. 2i, Douglas, Arizona. Said by a Cynic. lt: 3? :95 42 Standards of construction for these tires arc higher than ever before known in the tire industry. Makers of tire fabrics tell us that the standards wc have given them for United States Tire fabrics aro higher than any previously known. Likewise through every process of construction from crude rubber to finished tires wc have set new and higher standards everywhere. These standards work out on your car in the practical economy demanded by United States Tires will raise any car to higher efficiency. There is a type to suit every condition of service. The nearest United States Sales and Service Depot dealer will cheerfully aid in selecting right tires for your requirements. war-time- s. 45 United States Tires 5b ffij33 There nre two llternry maladies, writer's cramp and swelled hend. Tho worst of writer's cramp Is that It Is never cured, the worst ofswelled head Is that It never kills. Coulson THE DOTS SOMEWHERE IN FRANCE. By Clifford Leon Sherman. Dear Folks : Nobody went to sleep the night we sighted the submarines, and I don't blame them. Everybody who could stayed on deck to seo the fun, but nothing more happened. It was a mighty long night, however, and a little ridges of tho Cumberlands stretch-- 1 squall broke Just before daylight, drenching most of ns. When day broke, we ing far to tho South. were a rather bedraggled lot, but we would never have forgiven ourselves tf It is very pleasant to think that: something had happened and we had not been there to see lt However, our galley it is just on tho other side of these spirits rose quickly when we sighted someone coming out of theSAMMY.with Not Time to Leave Yet The Fiercest of the Elements. mountains that Berea stands, with. the Church "Why nre alt thn.o pcopls To complete the picture, draw a line from dot 1 to dot 2, then from dot 2 1ms probably Interfered Mantling there looking nt "Your wife its great ideals and opportunities the organ-grindto dot 8, and so on. with more of your plans than ever did nnd the monkey?" Oothnm for the pcoplo of tho hills. (Copyrll ht, UTT, by The Bell BjndlOBts, Inc.) ruin. Arc or cold weather," says the "Heeuue ho hasn't passed around hli Miss Wilson, who was on special Howard Courant hat yet." with young Colson, was on tho samo I camo down. train with me when Sho was on her way to Camp Upton Teach Children Thrift. as a war nurse. 3ho mentioned FRENCH PATROL BOAT PROTECTS THE AISNE CANAL Thrift Is u very important element several other Berea nurses who aro In character. Thoe who learn to be also in war work. economical In youth have no difficuI think often of all you people lties when they are responsible for tho and shall bo very glad to hear from Income necessary to maintain n home. you. I do trust that tho work is not It Is the man or woman that allows too strenuous and that you will bo want to dominate anil lives beyond ablo to And an assistant soon, so thu Income that has illllleultles when should Income Is small. that you will bo ablo to tako your tho taught economy anilChildren early In thrift ho much deserved vacation. life. They should be clven n chance Remember mo to all tho people, to earn ami a chance to use their especially to Mrs. Cowloy nnd to our earnliiKs. This will five them respongang nt tho Hospital. I trust that sibility and teach them tho worth of no moro of them havo engaged in money. matrimony sinco my departure. You can nddress mo at tho address The Quiet Life. given below and ovon tho I may bo Often wc rebel nt what looks to us transferred, I will recoivo it O K. Ike tho narrowness and emptiness of I Do not work too hard, remember jur lives. There Is so littlo variety, there's a busy fall and winter com- .o littlo of tho unexpected- - and tho i ing I We forget tho loveliness of I ilashliiK. ray lifts tho dellcucy, tho subtle ,i With kindest regards, I am Yours very sincerely, tints and shades that nro only posslblu liun experiences como sparsely or Hnrtmnn A. LIchtwnrdt, tered through lonK periods of wultlng. i Ist Lt, M. It. C. Infirmary. Casual Co. 1, Camp Colt, Quiet lives are more exquisite than I quiet shadows Gettysburg, Pa. crowded ones, Just us crude suullghu are moro exquisite than j 111- What He Was There For. wus visiting u few ilajs In the home of ome friends. One inornluK the little son of I lie family cuinc Into my room. I pretended to be asleep. He approached the tied and stood for several moments looking me over from head to foot us If taking my measurement!). Then he sold In u matter-of-tac- t toue, "1 come up to pull you out of bed." Chicago Tribune. 1 Gorgecui Russian Churches. Is something about the worship ot the ltiisKlun churches which deeply Impresses the traveler The typical edifice Is large, of a semlorlcn-t- al type of architecture, with nn excess of color and ornamentation that Is only unveil from the bizarre by tho harmonious blending of shades and the atmosphere ot solemnity which pcrvudes the spacious Interior. There er w LEXINGTON, KY., BUSINESS UNIVERSITY lac Kxchunge. uiimum I Builntil, f rriiuirllt laiililulliiriil. 'Ihuuuni), f MiOM-af- ul vraiiuat. llfttla any lime. niU'AIITMKVT rIU t,AIIKS. uadrlUiiir. linl. J J l'lli attending (Ma rUluul.f llliu Cawe1 BMrAog tWiwluo. artletilar. a4Jrta Lout. WILBUR R. SMITH UXINQTON, KV U WJUr R. Sail Buiacu Ukti Short Hind, Type Writing snd Telegraphy IhUoU anil inliumttat can aa n'tivb tor i in 14 JOUttl IftUICWI auu M'unml a kink aalartsii lttploma BMiirtW Hct4l lkunMfur Jov When Rabbits Were Scarce. The first mention of u rabbit war- ren In Kngland Is In 1200 A. D., and wo have evidence that rabbits wero u creut rurlty and very expensive, three being worth a sheep. They were cheaper, of course, but they were worth a gooso even at the end of that century, and often had to be sought at Immense dUtances. French emilioats have been armed with antiaircraft guns to protect the Alsno canal from enemy flyers. Thosi guns have been Instrumental In driving oil raiders attempting to destroy tho canal. The picture shows tho deck ot one of these bouts with Its battery of nntlalrcruft guns reudy for action. Juno 20, 1018. THE CITIZEN Copeland, Robert, Dauphin Islan Fort Galnos. Ala. Cornclt Joda, 1st Co. 113th M. P., Camn Shelby. Ilatticsburg. Miss Cox, Sgt Edword 0., Co. K, 148th Inf, Camp Sheridan, Ala. Coylc, William tl, Co. E. 149th Inf Camp Shelby, Miss. Coyio, Wado, Camp Taylor, Ky. Covlo; June. A. E. F. ' Coylo, Truo F, 30th Inf. Bond, Head minrlers Co. 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, Camn Taylor. Ky. Cranco, Lonoy, Cajnp Taylor, Louis vlllc. Kv. Cross, Rolllc, Co. K. 148th Inf, Camp Sheridan. Ala. Creech, Hoy, 53rd Co, Naval Train ing Station. Norfolk. Va. Croselto, John B, 41st Co, 4th Ropl net.. Camn Gordan, Ga. Curry. Everett, 5th Co. Del. C. A. C, A. E. F. Franco, via New York. Daniels, Capt. Irving, Co. C, 509lh Emr Camn Trovis. Texas Davis, Sheldon, Hdqr. Co. 109th Field Artillery. Camn Hancock, Ga. Day, Kclloy, Naval Training Station firrat I.nkcs. III. Dean, Lieut. William. 330 Inf, Camp Taylor. Louisville. Ky. Dcgman, C. 0, Co. B, 4th Bat., U. S, 0 Camn N cho Is. Now Orloans. Dollingor, Thomas, Camp Jaokson Glbbs, Cecil, Camp Taylor, Ky. Glbhs, Warren, Camp Taylor, Ky. Gillnn, Roy, Co. L, 10th Inf, Ft. BenJ. Pago Threo (arponlcr, KclTcr, Lieut. Albert II, A. S. S. C. Porter, Glenn, 158 D. B, 3rd Tr Bn. Washburn, Major James II, Annis-lo- n, Camp Dirk, Dallas, Tex. Bid. M 44, Camp Sherman, 0. Ala. Kelly, nurlon, Q. M. Dept., Colum- Powell, Sgt. W. Stanloy, Co, K, 330 Welsh, Preston F, U. S. Navy, Eng. bus, 0. Inr, Camp Taylor, Ky. Harrison, Ind. Wells, E. U. 8. S. Minneapolis, Kerr, Alexander C, U. 8. Navy Pratt Chester, Camp Jackson, 8. C. Glasscock, Aaron, Ft Thomas, Ky. New York. Puckclt. John Allen, Co. G, 140th Wheeler, Val, Camp Boauregard, La. Charleston, S. C. Gllstn, Joe, 18 Co, 5th Inf. Depot Klllin, E. L, Co. C, 147 Inf, MontBgd, Camp Dovcns, Mass. Inf, Camp Shelby, Miss. Whccldon, Vornon 8, U. S. 3. MissRackloy, Lloyd, Co. J, oth Reg, Camp Godboy, gomery, Ala. Capt Chauncoy, Camp Herea jCollego is proud of tho roc issippi, N. Y. P. M. Perry, Chicago, III. Dodge, Des Moines, la. Kimball, Patil W 122 Scrvico Sqd, onl of lis soldier boys. Tlioy liavo Whcolcr, Frank, U. S. 8. Agcmomnon. Golden, Leo, Camp Taylor. Kelly Field, San Antonio, Texas. Raine, James Walt Army'Y. M. C. A, N. Y. P. M.. Box 7. answered llio call of our Country Camp Shelby, Miss. Orillln, Lieut. Arleigh C, Fort An- Klncald, Bradloy, Co. E, 330lh Inf., Wiley, Robert Naval Radio School. with the spirit of men. Wo shall Reams, Robert, Inf. Co. D. Med. Tr. 3 Shcpard St, Cambridge, Mass. Camp Taylor, Ky. drews, Mass. alwnys follow up their career with Camp, Ft BenJ. Harrison, Ind. Grinin. Fleming B, M. D. Hdqs, AdA Kitchen, Sam D, Line I, Recruit. Wiley, Lewis A, Naval Radio School, tho deepest interest. Tho names of Div, 1st Tr. Bgd, Kcllcy Field Redden, Scrgt E. A Co. C, 3rd Bal Sec. L. of C. A. E. F. France. 3 Shenard St.. Cambridge. Mass. some aro probably not on this list. No. 1, S. San Antonio, Tox. loon Squad, A. E. F, via N.Y.P.M Wills. Howard. Gross, Frank, Co. M. 4lh Inf, GettysThomas. Kv. If any ono knows of a Herea man burg, Pa. Lcavilt Roland S, 147 Aero Squad, Reid, Harry B, 33 Aero Squad, A Wilson, Frank, U. S. N. Tr. Sta, Norin tho Army whoso namo Is not in A. E. F, via N. Y. City. E. F. via N. Y. City P. M. Gross, Orvillc, Recruit C. A. C, Fort folk, Va. tills list send in tho namo nnd ad Lewis Corp. Fred. II.. C. A. C, 2nd Roynolds, Beclcr, Oth Co., 3rd Bn, Wilson, J, Oscar, Co. 01, Marine Bks, Molt, SaJem, N. J. to tho President's Olllco, Boroa dress Co, Fort Sherman, C. Z. 159 D. B, Camp Taylor, Ky. Gudgcr, James, 335th F. A, Camp Brooklyn Navy Yards, N. Y. College, Herea, Ky. Lewis, Hugh, Camp Sheridan, Mont Richardson, William K, Med. Dept, Wilson, Joseph A, U. S. N. T. S, , Pike, Ark. gomery, Ala. Ft. Sill, Okla. Good fortuno go witli all. Co. 118, Norfolk, Va. Hackett Scrgl. II. W., Lino 272, Kelly Field No. i, San Antonio, Tcr. Lewis, Noah, Co. L, 10th U. S. Inf, Rice, Augustus, Battlo Creek Ambu- Wise, Milligan, Camp Jackson, 3. C. Fort BenJ. Harrison, Ind. Hall, Lieut. John, M. 0. Co. 53, Mili lanco Corps, Allenlown, Pa. Wiseman, Earl, U. S. 3. Allan, P. M. Lewis, Lieut M. G, Camp Lee, Va. Ritter, Corp. Henry A, Co .C, Fid. tary Branch, Chattanooga, Tenn. Adams, Lieut. Tounsen, tl9lh Inf., New York City. Sig. Bn, Camp Taylor, Ky. Camp Shelby, ilatticsburg, Miss. Haley, Corp. Karl D, Ord. Depot 38th howls, Dowoy, Co. E, 149th Inf, Wolfe, L. D, 313 Aux. Reg. Sta. Vet Robic, Carroll, Hdqr. Co. 149th Reg. Corps. Camp Shelby, Miss. Div, Camp Shelby, Hattlosburg,1 Camp Shelby, Miss. Adams, Lieut. Wiloy, I. S. of A., M Lowis, Emerson, Camp Wadsworth, Miss. Band, Camp Shelby, Hattiesburg, Wolford, Capt. Luke P., 323rd M. 0. 0. Sec. Ft. Sill, Okla. c-Alcr, Antonio, 159th U. S. Inf, Camp Miss. Halzak, George, U. S. Gen. Hosp. No.! 8- Batt, Camp Sherman, 0. Lwls. James, Ft Bliss, Tox. Shelby, Ilatticsburg, Miss. Robinson, Charles, Ft. Thomas, Ky. Young, C. Harvey, Frultland, New Roland Park, Baltimore Md. u; A- - M- - n- - " Robinson, Fred, Observation Baloon Mexico, Forward. Alford, Green B, Carp. Malo, Avi Hannah, Robt N, Co. B, 57th EngJL,Tchntwnrdt Infirmary. Casual Co. 1. Camp Camn Laurell. Md. Div, Somcwhero in Franco or Garonno Pavlllao, Franco, P. M It, Gettysburg, Pa. N. Y. England. Hart. Lieut. Josenh. Camn Tavlor. Just "Substitution." Linton, Leo S, Died at Camp Allen, Corp. Chas. B., 37th Co, 10tn Robinson, James S, 01st Inf, Co. K, Louisville, Ky, Here Is n "substitution" story that Toxas, February 3, 1918. Bn, ICO D. B, Camp Taylor. Charlotte, N. C. Uarrel, Gordon, 10th Inf. Med. Dpt. Lockin, Earl, 47 Aero Sqd, A. E. F, Robinson, Miss Minnie Jane, Amb. will tnke a lot of boating. It concerns Ainburgy, Denver, Co. M, 140th Inf., Fort Benjamin Harrison, Ind. a fanner who was given a shopwalker via N. Y. P. 0. ilatticsburg, Miss. Co, Baso Hospital, Ft Oglethorpe, as a farm laborer. The first morning Harrison, Creed 0, U. S. S. So. DaLynch, Scrgt. Dora, 52nd Inf. Mill Anderson, Arthur B, 3rd Aoro kota, P. M. New York City. Ga. he sold to his new hand: "Tnke a tary Branch, Chattanooga, Tenn. Squad, Ft Sill, Okla. horse nnd go to the station for a load Hammond, Scrgt. Benjamin, 333rd Rogers, John L, "Over There." C, Anderson, L. II., Mochan. Service inf farm. Tnvinr T.mii.viiin if v. Maharg, Ray, Port Royal, 8. Rogers, William, Co. K, 1st Pioneer of potatoes." When he arrived tho staS. C. Camp Taylor, Ky, tion ngent said: "All right, hut hovr via Paris, Franco, A. E. F. Inf, Camp Wadsworth, S. C. Dcmmon, Sgt Wlllard C, 7th Cav. Hays, Sgt. Earl T, 18th Co. 5lh Tr. Jarcum' con,ard' iiioiuus, uuoiica, iii, nu. 015. bu Rust, S. R, 305th M. G. Bat, Co. C, are you going to take them without a nn nnmn Tnvinr f Kv Ault, Stanley, Camp Taylor, Ky. Troon II. Fort Bliss. Tox. rf cart?" "Dear me!" said the man, 'Ttb Co. C, Camp Sheridan, Ala, Bailey, Frank, lied Cross Military Diamond, Aubrey F, 1 18 U. S. Aero Hays, Herbert Musician, 140th Inf. Camp Upton, N. Y. forgotten the cart." Argonaut 2ergeant Robert Mod. Dept., Royse, Felix, Hdqr. Co. 120 Hospital, Somcwhero in Franco, Bajid, Camp Shelby, Hattiesburg, Martin, Adj. Gon. Inf,Cam Squad. A. E. F, Care llth F. A, Fort Sill, Okla. Baily, Green, Iladlo Co, U. S. Navy, Sevier, N. C. Miss. Washington. D. Martin, Carlyle, Fort Lee, Peters- Sapp, Claud, U. S. Naval Cambridge, Mass. Tr. Camp, Divine, Melvin, Camp Taylor, Ky. Hembrec, George, 42 Inf. Con. Q. M, burg, Va. CATHOLIC BISHOP OF A. E. F. (iBallard, Dowiso. Commorco St, Baltimore, Md. Portland. N. II. Dixon, Chester, Camp Taylor, Louis- May, Bruce, Supply Co. 313, Q. M. C. v Ballard, noscoc. Sandlin, Floyd, U. S. S. Nevada, Ileckman, Walter W, Asst. Band vlllc. Ky. N. A., A. E. F. via. New York. Balllnger, William H, Battery F, Dixon, Lieut. Elmer, Ft. Thomas Master, 119th Inf. Band, Hdqr. Co, Postmaster, Now York City. .May, G. II, 87th Aero Squadron, 312 F. A, Camp Meade, Baltimore. Ilatticsburg, Miss. Scott Frank, Ft. Thomas, Ky. Kv. Bark Field, Memphis, Tenn. Md. Dizney, Walter Clark, Co. L, 1st Reg Hill, Ernest B, Caufllns, Co. 1, Camp Marlow, Georgo, Co. 2, Squad. 335, Sellers, Rudolph, Army Y. M. C. A, Camp Sherman, Chillicothe, Ohio. Batson. Lieut. C. C, 149th Inf, Camp Johnston, Jacksonville, Fla. B. 128. Camn Dewey. Gt Lakes, III Aviation, Ft. Thomas, Ky. Shelby. Hattiesburg, Miss. Settle, Mark, First Machine Co, DUnoy, Win, L, Batt. D, 19 F. A- - Billiard, D. Moss, San Pedro do McCann, Homer, Reg. 8, Co. 81, Great Batson, Hcubcn B, Oth Provisional Benj. Harrison, Ind. Macoris, D. R. (!nmn McArthur. Tex. Lakes, 111. Co, 2nd M. M. Hog, Camp Han Dodson, C. P., U. S. Naval Training Billiard, Dudley, San Pedro do Sharp, Dewey F, 22 Aero Squad, McCann, John, 309th Eng. Corps, cock, Go. A. E. F, via New York City. P. M. Macoris, D. R. Station. 1st Oth Co, Newport R. I Brackncl, II. Q. Co, Oth Doolcy, John F, Supply Co, Oth Inf. Hillnmn, Jas. E, Co. E, 20th Eng, Camp Taylor, Ky. Shorte, Serg. Braxton C, Co K, 148th Benilcld. Camp American University, Wash- McComas, Battle Creek Ambulanco Inf, A. E. F., via N. Y. P. M. Inf, Camp Sheridan, Montgomery, ChattaKOOKa. Tenn. Co, Allcntown, Pa. ington, D. C. Corp. J. Paul, Hdq. Co, Douglas, Vco M., Ambulance Co. No Bickncll, Ala. Hook, John T., Caisson Co. 2, 112ht McGuire, Ben, France, E. F. Co. M, Short, Lieut Cyrus P, Ft. OgletVJth Inf. Band, Hattiesburg, Miss. Fort Logan, Houston, Texas. Oth Inf, Via. N. Y. thorpe, Chattanooga, Tenn. Btggcrslnff, Homer. Ammunition Train, 37th Div, Duff, Powell, "Some where in BiggerstafT, Sgt Lloyd, Oth Tr. Bn Camp Sheridan, Montgomery, Ala. McGuire, Leo, U. S. Naval Radio oiiuuu, oei g. u. i,, uu France." noill I in., School, II. U, Cambridge, Mass. Camp Jackson, S'. C. Lamp Slieridan, Montgomery, Ala. Duncan. Melvin, 22nd Squadron, Hoffman, Clarence, U. S. Aviation McGuffey, William, U. S. 8. Missis- Simpson. Green T, Corpus Christe, Hillry, Cheerful, II. Co. Naval Hosp. Corps, Columbus, 0. Aviation Camn. Waco. Texas. sippi, care Post Master, New Yorlc Portsmouth, Va. Tex, Co. F, 5th U. S. Eng. Frank, U. S. Aviation 140th Inf. Band, Camp Hoffman, Early, Clinton, City, Div. X. William, Co. F., 25th Eng., Slagle, Dean, Electric. Div. DetachBirchileld. Corps, Camp McArthur, Waco, Shelby. Hatllesbunr. Miss McKay. Lieut Waller H, Medical Discharged on account of disabil East Edward R, Co. 38, 10th Tr. Bn. Texas. ment Enlisted Specialists, Fort Corps, American Expeditionary ity. Monroe, Va. Ky. Hoffman. Glenn, Government Ac 159 Depot Bgd, Camp Taylor, Forces. Bowman, Lieut. F. 0, Co. L, 371st Ecclcs, William, Jr, N. A. Corps, U, Slemp, Llout Alfred C, Bat. B. F. A, countant Detroit, Mioh. Inf. Discharged on aocount of In- Camp Stanloy, Leon Springs, Tex. S. N. Observatory, Washington, Hogg, Harvey, Co. D. 2nd Ky. Inf, McMullin, Samuel, 159th Inf, Camp Shelby, Hattiesburg, Miss. Jury received In service. Hattiesburg, Miss. Smith, Fredrio L, 300 Sanitary Tr, d. c. Bowman, Linnoy, 38th Co. 10 Tr. Edgecomb, Glenn. Hopkins, Davo, Aviation Corps, Mcnzie, Leonard, 120th Co., 1st Rep. Field Hospital 324, Camp Sovier, Bat. U. S. M. A. E. F, N. Y, City Bn, 158th Depot Bgd, Camp Sher Edwards. Donald H, Medical Ro- - Charleston, 8. C. S, C. man, 0. P.M. Howard, Ensign Richard, Annapolis, Smith, J. W, Co. 310, U. S. Amb. serve. Columbus. 0. Bowling. Grovcr, Camp Shelby, Miss. Edwards, John Paul, Band Master, Howard, E. M, N. T. Station, 7 Reg, Michaels, Manna, Mchmond Tr. Co, Camp Dix, Trenton, N. J. Boyer, Clarence, U. S. S. Horlda, MIsj aonooi men, siaio air urounas, Smith, John W., 4th Co. Inf, Casu-- 1 1 Will Inf. Band. Hattiesburg. 2 Co., Nowport R. I. Postmastor, New York City. Guelph. Ontario. Canida. Report-- ! Richmond, Va als, A. E. F, via N. Y. P. M. Edwards, Corp. Thomas, Jr, Co. M, Miller, Robert E, Prov. Firo Co. 1. Smith, Verne Corbett Co. H, 332' Branson, Jerry, Co. A, Ban. B. Gun ed drowned at sea. 50th Inf, Camp MacArthur, Waco, ia, tamp Jolinsion. Jacksonville, ners' Mates School, Great Lakes, Texas. Inf, Camp Sherman, 0. Howard. Georire. U. S. S. Ponnsvl- -i III. mockdco, wuuam, iai, 67 bqa. Smith. W. J. P.. Officer's Training N, Aviaiinn vania. Fortress Monroe. Va. Edwards. Lieut. Robert inomas, Ky. Britt. Lieut. James J, Jr, Bks. D. 42, Concentration Camp, Morrison, va. Howard, John, Forward, Birchfleld,1 Camp, Porto Rico. 322nd Inf, Camp Jackson, Colum Morgan, iicunen. uamp iayior, Smilhers, Frank, Co. B, 335 Inf, Ky Ingle, Lieut. Stanley L, 351th Inf Louisville, Ky, bia, S. Camp Taylor, Ky. Howard. Ray L, Glth Depot Btry., This Is the most recent photograph Camn Funston. Kans. Morgan, Hufus, Med. Dept, Ft. BenJ. Sparks, Cloyd, Camp Shelby, Miss. Brock, John H, 2nd Tr. Brgd. Lino Ernbcrg, Otto, IWth Inf. Band, Hat of Bishop Pntrtck J. Hayes of Ne Guelph, Ontario, Can 31, Kelly Field, So. San Antonio, Harrison, Ind. S'pence. Sgt. E. L,Co. I, 18th Inf. A. York, who has been named bishop at Howell, Marcus, U. S. S. George tiesburg, Miss. the American army at tho front la Moore, Edwin, Hdqr. Co. 330 Inf, Toxas. E. F., via. N. Y. P. 0. Washington, Brooklyn, N. Y. Ivans. Clyde. Browning, Benjamin F, Somcwhero Cvans, Fred Spence, Sgt. W. F, 4th C, 1st T. France by Pope Benedict When Hudspeth, 1st Llout William R,j Camp Taylor, Louisville, Ky, Bishop Hayes goes to the front he wUl in France. Bn, Camp Taylor, Ky. 333rd Reg. Supply Co, Camp Tay Moore, Harold, Aviation Corps, Colum Evans, John F, 439 Aero Squad, be extended every courtesy by Louis- Brown, Corbetl, Camp Taylor, bus, 0. Spink. Corp. Paul. 1st Co. Military eral Pershing and the officers Genlor, Louisvlllo, Ky. Vancouvor Bks, Vancouver, Wash. of th villo, Ky. Police, 108th Train, 33rd Div, expeditionary force. Although he has Falrchlld. Jas. T, 32 Co. 8th Bat, Hubbard, Lloyd, Camp Sheridan, Moore, Georgo W, 379 Aero Squad, Field No. 3, Toxas. Wilson, Camp Taylor, Taliaferro Brown, W. Montgomery, Ala. A. E. F., via N. Y. P. M. been given no high army rank, tha 159th Depot Bgd, Camp Taylor, Murphey, Lieut Robt E. Lee, 183 Spurlock, Goodloe, U. S. S. Beale war department welcomes his apKontucky. Ky. Huff, Capt. E. W., Hdq. San. Tr, Aero Squad, Garden City, Long pointment and will provldo him with Brashear, Disliman, U. S. S. Bridge. Farmer. Frank, Camp Sherman. O. Camp Dix. N. J. via. N. Y. P. M. Island, N. Y. caro Postmaster, New York City. Fcnwick, Leonard L, Camp Custer, Humphrey, R. R, 008 Aero Inf. Sqd, Stafford, Everett D, Co. 3, 50th Inf, all the necessary credentials for his work. He expects to visit the men at Murrcll, Jesse L, Bar. 830 N. C. 8, Buolmnnan. Wallace. vlation Camp, Waco, Toxas. Curtis Bay, Md. Battlo Creek, Mich. th? front very soon. Camp Decatur, III. Buchanan, Claude, 873 Aero Squad, Fclton, Corp. Flavol L, Co. "A" 65 Hunter. Harry S, Batt A, 119th F. Stanseli, Maxwell, Bat 1, 0. T. 8., Lovo Field, Dallas, Tex. Camp Taylor, Ky. A, 32nd Div. A. E. F.. via. N Y, P. Nay, Walter, Camp Taylor, Ky. Camp McArthur, Waco, Tox. Inf, Ncal, Sidney, Battery A. 12 F. A. Ft. Stilwcll, Lieut. Abnor Camp, Ihiford, 322nd F. A., Camp Fielder. Leonard. Hdq. Dolach. 15'J M. Co. G, 342nd EDGAR BOULIGNY Meyer, Va. Sherman, Chilicolhc, 0. Huntor, Hinton H, 108 Co, 8th Reg, Inf, Camp Grant HI. Denol Bred- - Camn Taylor, Ky. Nickell, Clarcnco, M. D. 149th Inf, SL Clair, Ray L, Military Branch, Calhoun, Quincoy, Ft. Lee, Peters- Fielder, William. Hdq. Dolach. 150 U. S. Marine, Galveston, Toxas. Camp Shelby, Miss. burg, Va. Y. M. C. A. No. 30, Chattanooga, Hylton, Charles, U. S. S. Georgo Depot Brgd, Camp Taylor, Ky. Nickell, Ira, Lieut, Camp Taylor, Campbell. Piner, Naval Tr. Stn., Co. Fish, Jcsso T, Otli Co, 3rd Ba, 159 Tenn. Washington, Brooklyn, N. Y. Louisville, Ky. II, 2nd Ileg., Great Lakes. III. Stout Charles E, Camp Taylor, Lou Imric, Lieut N. A., 30 Coleman St, D. B- - Camn Taylor. Ky. Ogg, Wm. Emory, Co. G, 51 Inf, Campbell, William, Chler Bugler, Flanery, Arch, Camp Custer, Mich. isville, Ky. London, England. Camp Forest Ga. 1W Inf. Band, Hattlosburg, Miss, Street, Arvol, Med. Dept. 80th T. A, laok, Blllio, 18th Rcgt, A. E. Imric, Jack, 30 Coloman St, London Osborn, J. 0, Co. D, Oth Eng, A.E.F, Sgt. RolUus. Troop B, Mil. Chattanooga, Tonn. England. via N. Y. P. M. P. M, Now York City. Squad , Isaacs, Capt. M. J, 320 F. A, Camp Police, Camp Fmston, Kans. Flannery. Elmo, 10th Aero 8. Street Robert, 25th Engineors, A. E. Parker, Clarence, Camp Shelby, HatCaudlll, Sgt James B, Co. D, 31th F, via N. Y. P. M. A. E. F, Via. Now York P. M. Taylor, Louisville, Ky. tiesburg, Miss. Rodman, Ison, Sgt. D. B, Co. D, IWth Inf, Tate, J. Harl, Camp Sovier, Army Englnoers, Camp Lowis, Wash. Flint, Sgt. Sherman, Fort Parker, Sgt. Thos. L, F. A, Camp . M. C. A. Sovier Branch, GrcenCecil, Capt. J. J, Troop B, 13th Cav, Camp Sholby, Miss. New Bedford. Mass. Sanfordyco, Texas. villo, S. C. Samuel, Ambulanco Corps, 10 Ison, David L, Camp Shoridan, Ala. Jackson, R. 0. T. C, A. E. F.,Fr. Foster, M. o. T. C Fort Riley. Kans. Jaokson, John O, 52 Co, 13 Prov. Br, Parker Robert Co L, 120th Inf, Taulboo, S'clden, Eng. Corps, El Paso, Chapman, Floyd, M. G. Co, 140th Inf., S'orvioo Branch, Grcenvillo, 8. C. Camp Loo, Va. Camp Shelby, Ilatticsburg, Miss. Toxas. Arthur, Eubk. Hospital, Franklin, NaTaylor, Howard E, Y.M.C.A,12Ruo Chapman, Henry Clay, 149 M. G. Co, Camn Stowart. Nowport Nowb, va. Johnson, Corp. Clyde, 140 F. A. 41st Parsons, Chester, Marino Bar, vy Yard, Washington, D. G. D'Agucssau, Paris, Franco. Camp Shelby, Hattlosburg, Miss. Division. A.E.F, via N.Y.P.M. Franklin, Harlan, 1st Co. G.A.C 159th U. S. Inf., Co. I, 321st Inf, Patin, Ralph, Y. M. C. A, Des Moines, Tcmploton, R. R, 70th Co. B, Paris lmlngton. Dot Johnson, Lambert Plennn Po nt. W Chasleon. Ernest Iowa. Island, 8. 0. Camp Shelby, Hattlosburg, Miss. Franklin, W. S, 150 Dep. Bgd, 25th Camp Jackson, Columbia, 8. C. Do-p- ot Co, Terril, B. Harold, Co. M, 1st Pioneer fin 7lh Tr. Bn.. Camn Jaokson, B.U. Johnson, Stanley, Co. No. 45, Paris Pearson, Loland E, 32nd C. 154 Horman, N. Y. S. Childs, B, Camp Meade, Md. Inf, Camp Wadsworth, 8. C Newport, R. I. Frailer, Sol, 44th Co, 11 Bn, 159 D. Island, Port Royal, 8. C. Johnson, Stovo, U. 8. N. Baso Uos- - Porkins, U. S. S. Jenkins, Postmastor, Reynolds, Taylor, Battlo Creek Am"Manly," U. S. S. Nebraska, B, Camp Taylor, Ky. Childs. New York City. bulanco Corps, Allcntown, Pa. pllal. Hampton Roads, Va. French, Marvin M, U. 8. S. Poca caro Postmaster, Now York City. Roark, Edward, 18 F. A. Med. Dept,! hontas. I M. Now York City. Johnson, Arthur 0, 37th Co, 10th D. B. Camp Taylor, Ky. Clork, Claude, Co. M. 321st Inf, Camp Bn, 159 D. B, Camp Taylor, Ky. Porry, Frank, Co. H, 2nd W. Va. Inf. Fort Bliss, Tex. French, Ottls J., caro Naval Y. M. C Jackson, Columbia, S. C. Johnson, Frttnk D, 33rd Co., Oth Perry, Ponn, Camp Taylor, Louis- Roberts. Dean Scott. U. 8. 8. No-- 1 l.. 107 Sands St, Brooklyn. N. Y. Clark, Walter. 31 Inf. Mod. Dept, ville, Ky. braska, 10th Div, Fortross Mon- Frenoh, Elbert, Voo. Tr. Dto. N. A, Bn, Camp Sherman, 0. Fort Bliss, Toxas. j roo, Vn. Jones, Elam, 214 Aoro Squad, Park- - Phelps, Glenn, Ambulance Corps 2i, . Clork, Carl H., Co. C, 2nd Eng. Tr. Co. B. Indiananolis. Ind. Fort Clark, Toxas. Sohool Robortson, Jaokson, Co. C, 23rd U. S. Held, Tenn. Frost, 1st Llout Clovoland Humphroys, Va. Camp Eng. A. E, F, Franco, via N.Y.P.M.t of Flro 104th F. A. Bgd, Camp Jonos, John n, Voo. Tr. Dto. N. A, Phelps, Glenn C, A. C 21, Douglas, Collins, Charles, Mod. Officer's Y. M. Thomas, Clay, Ft Thomas, Ky. Ariz. Funslon. Kansas. Co. B, Indianapolis, Ind. C. A, Fort Oglclhropo, Ga. A. Bid. Jonos, II. Clydo, U. 8. N. 0. Baso, Pioklesimor, Parnell, Y. M. 0. A, Travis, Vaud A, Ft. Rlloy, Kans, Collins, Ilobcrt E, N. H. Sta, Co. 8, Fugato, Clinton B, Y. M. Ship Co. Fort Orglothorpe, Ga. Hampton Roads, Va. 154. Camn Taylor. Ky. care of M. 0. T. C. Norfolk, Va. Plgman, Iluram, 35 Co,. Oth Bn, 150 Trospcr, Raleigh, II. Co. Oth Inf. Bks. Post Fulks. Elliott L, Hdqr. Co. 140th Inf, Collins, Samuel F, M. 0. T. 0, Hattlosburg. Miss. Jonos, Liout William, D. B, Camp Depot Brgd, Camp Taylor, Ky. Mil. Br, Chattanooga, Tenn. Ex, Ft. Oglethorpe, Ga. lidgur Uoullguy of Now Orleuns, now Taylor, Ky. Pitmann, Corbotl, U. s. 8. Kear- - Turner, Fred, Lino 02. Kolly Fiold, Gabbard, Sorg. E. Blaine, Ambulanco Camp Taylor, Ky. Combs, Charles, flying with the French forces In Sersoarge, via. N. Y. P. M. No. 1, S. San Antonio, Tox. Corps No. 12, American Expedi- Jonos, Simon, Co. B, 40th Inf, Fort Combs, Lieut. Sowell, Camp Taylor, was .first Otto n, 10th U. bia. He ForeigntheLegion American U Benjamin Harrison, Ind. Portor, C. M. Clay, Co. E, 330 Inf, Twlford, tionary Forces. Louisville, Ky. at the atari Join tho Camp Taylor, Ky. S. Aero Squad, A. E. F, France. Gabbard, John B., Co. E, Oth U. S. Jenkins, Charles N, Supply Co. 35, of tho war. Ills kitten mascot accoo Cook, Tom, 108 Fiold Amb, British Porter, Donald, Musician, 140th Inf. Wallaco, E. E. Hq. Co, 1st Pioneer paales him on all bis flights. N. Y. P. At. 322 Field Artillery, Camp SherInf.. A. E. F via Exp. Forces, Franco. Inf, Camp Wadsworth, 8. 0. Band, Hdqr. Co, Hattiesburg. Miss. man, Chillicothe, 0. Gay, Colson, Franco, via Now York. Cook, Albert, Camp Taylor, Ky. Berea College HONOR ROLL J, Ft ' 7 uu Mac-Arth- ur, I 1 a Ft i, I w, t m a J, r, 1- -8 C a Sgt-MaJ- or Pago Four. THE CITIZEN Juno 20, 10IB. "THE DEVIL AND THE KAISER" CONSERVATION LAW FOR SUGAR Lincoln McConnell of Georgia to Fred M. Sackclt, Federal Food Glvo His Famous War Lec-TuAdministrator, Issued directions, Here Friday Night Juno 15. 1018, to all persons selling; Our Chautauqua is in full swing sugnr in the Stnlo of Kentucky (lint, All who paid for Liberty Bonds are invited to onco more at tho Collego Taber- the following regulations become, Tuesday nflcrnoon, n good effective nt once: nacle. call for them audience heard tho first program I. Relnil sales of sugar for house by tho Rita Rich Company of Chicago. hold purposes must bo limited toJ There was n very delightful pro- two (21 pounds to oily nnd town gram of Irish song and story. residents, nnd five (5) pounds to Tuesday night the children's pag- rural residents. eant told tho story of American Get the Saving Habit. 2 Retail sales of sugar for canning for the next Liberty Loan by beginning now. and tho need of thrift, and preserving must ho limited It means a relief from many of life's worries. especially during tho war. Tho (wenly-fiv- e Lay aside your surplus cash and let it (25) pounds nt one Money in the bank produces a feeling of pageant was followed by tho Rita time, and then only when accomaccumulate for the next loan. Rich Company for n short concert panied by n signed certificate on prosperity; enjoy that pleasure. nnd then Major Povah told his Hie Government form pledging Iho A saving account means the cultivation thrilling story of trench life. It customer In use that particular of the habit of thrift. is indeed interesting to get tho sol- sugar for the particular purpose of dier's viewpoint of tho Hun and canning and preserving food Start a bank account with us tho problems before us. 3. Customers nre expected lo limit will pay you 4 per cent interest on savings Tho big event of tho Chautauqua the ue of sugar for household purfor the next Liberty Loan. is the lecture by Lincoln McConnell poses lo three (,T pounds per month on Friday night. This is said to be per person. a terrific attack on Kniserism and t. Manufacturers using sugar can is one of the lectures being given only buy suenr thru the Sugar DiStart saving now and the next quota is assured this year on tho Chautauqua plat vision of the Fond Administration. form with the full endorsement of 701 Building. Louistho Government ville, Ky, from which Deparlmenl If half is true that is claimed for they must secure sugar certificate. Mr. McConnell's lecture, "THE DEVIL This applies to operators of wla'npjjp. AND THE KAISF.R," it should be fountains, enndy, syrup, soft drink KENTUCKY JOHN F. DEAN, Cashier heard by every one in tho county and ice cream makers as well as' Plan to lie nt the Chautauqua Friday every other article 'made in nighf whether you can attend at any or in pnrt or sugar. "WE MUST GO BACK TO HELP' oilier tune or not. 5. In hotels. restaurant's and all BARON STEPHEN BURIAN is 4 day .. ,, Thursday is tho big musical ,.,,, . ,n There ono one thought ingrained d lnal i3 lnnl of The Concert kepi covered and closely watched W(J nUsl back Company will be here both nfler-no- at all limes to Not ph,n(lh rrifll(rppa, ,,,. Immn ,n and evening. This company wire than two cubes of Sugar lo he OF BEREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM A NEWS ordcr and bcgin' ,jfo nncw nj 80(m carries the finest instruments to be ?MTtMI lit IMl'll IHTIMFIl Mil il MI. Ill VARIETY OF SOURCES seen on the stage and they play cup of coffee or tea. Granulated or as we can. If tho pcoplo back of us. them exceedingly well. Mrs. Mcln powdered sugar to be served by in America givo us half a chance, tyre speaks in tho nrterngon on Counter man nr Waiter for berries, wo can, when wo do so, accomplish twice tho good we havo in tho past."! J. L Ambrose left last week for "Keeping Well." cereals and fruits. This is tho way a Friends' worker,' West Virginia, where he is employ The Chautauqua closes Saturday The above regulation", somo of night with n big concert by the which have been In force for several allied with tho ned Cross work of , NOTICE TO PATRONS OF COLLEGE American Gleo Club. This is a feast weeks, were made public and for- refugee relief and reconstruction In, LAUNDRY of fun and entertainment for every warded lo all parts of the State upon France, writes of the scenes ho sawj Berea, Ky. Bank & Trust Bldg. nil laundry body. Beginning June receipt of urgent telegrams from on the great German offensive in must be in on Monday of each week. Saturday afternoon, Miss Hall of Mr. Hoover at Washington, who Picardy of what tho blow meant, . . None will be taken on Tuesday. Battle Creek Sanitarium will talk wired that developments in the, to tho thousands of the aged, tho s, who (This will enable you to get your on "hood's, I heir Value and use. sugar situation in the last few days young, tho wcro made penniless wanderers by1 laundry on the following Friday. Every woman should hear this lec nmde increased conservation in thn rftfrnnf nt Mm EVoirvTl.ll loli I horse shoe ing. fine ron Scientific Canncld ture. It is thoroughly interesting sunr imperatively necessary. Ho work and repairs of all descriptions and worth while for tho men too. sjated that our difficulties for sugar armies. nt the College Blacksmith snop, UNITED SERVICE This worker had been engaged Our superintendent this year Is arise nut of the submarine situation, Main Street, north of The Citizen1 of the churches of Berea will be in reconstructing in tho devastated, MJHH.Wt.llJHlTlOglWl ad. held at 7:30 Sunday night in the W C. Swonglo of Illinois. He as- ami tho local office concludes thot Office. sures us that every program has mnnv of tho shins recently sunk off, sections oi franco lor a number Huron Stephen Ilurlnn has bevn Pavilion on the campus. been very carefully selected and that our Eastern coast wero sugar laden.; ot months, and, as a result of the1 minister of foreign affairs of Rev. W. E. Rix will bo the preachL. 4 N. TIME TABLE all aro high-claand worth while. It is impossible to replaco sugar enemy anve, saw an tno fruits or AnMrla Hungary to ucceel Count Berea, Ky. er. A cordial welcomo to every He urges everybody to look for some- destroyed in this way and Is 'anor wiped out overnight Yet Czrrnln. Ilurlnn retains his portfolio but, (In effect May 11. 1918) body. Como prepared to join in the thing great Friday night when ono more evidence ni rulnloter of llniitwe. of tho war brot, 110 sas North Bound singing. "McConnell cuts looso on tho Kaiser." home to our people. For each new "Before I had met with any of our No. 32, Leaves 6:53 p.m. Committee. The timo of tho programs is 3:00 effort to injure tins country, the townsfolk, who showed tho most NEW PLAN OFFERS MILITARY IN1:17 p.m. No. 38, Leaves o'clock and 7:15 o'clock each day. American people will only hitch lively gratitude and confidence in STRUCTION TO COLLEGE No. 34, Leaves 3:53 a.m. $106,000 CALF their belts ono notch together and U3 and seemed cheered and com-th- is STUDENTS South Bound At a stock sale held in Milwaukee, CHARTER MEMBER OF CITIZEN sinking of tho ships 4s the forted by our presence, to such an p.m. No. 33, Leaves 12:03 Wis., June 7th, a son of the world's ' Military instruction FAMILY WRITES under Ocause of our tightening up on sugar, extent that I could not think of the 1:01 pjn. No. 37, Leaves record Holstoin cow was sold for the New Brighton, Pa., June 5, 1018. loss of our material work that has fficers and noncommissioned officers conservation. No. 31, Leaves 12:12 a.m. immense sum of 5106,000. His C. H. Wertenherger, come, but only of the tremendous of the Army will be provided In Note: No. 33, the fast train, will mother's record exceeds 1.000 lbs. Editor of Tho Citizen REPAIR OF CLOTHING AT ARMY Kaln wo Have made in friendship every institution of college grade slop for passengers from North of 0f milk in seven days. Ho was Berea, Ky. and good will among a pcoplo to which enrolls for the instruction CAMPS SAVES NEW EQUIPMENT O, or for South or Knox- - chased by the Carnation Stock Farm Dear Sir: wo studenU cannot ' oven yet of 100 or more Through the operation of repair! whom ville. Tenn. of Seattle, Wash. At this same sale You will find enclosed check for shops over tho age of 18, beginning in for clothing and other speak plainly." -i"5 head of cattlo were sold, brlng- - three years' more subscription to articles, n considerable saving in September, 1018. The necessary we SELL, nais ana sen mem ngiu. ns S125.000. "Tho Citizen." reissue of new equipment has been MORE RAILWAY ENGINEERS TO military equipment will, so far as ad. Mrs. Laura Jones. possible, be provided by the GovernI nave taken I he Citizen con made at Army ramps. One oarnpl GO TO FRANCE Mrs. Hughes, wife of H. N. Hughes Liberty motor, tinually since its first issue. That quartermaster estimates the issue The When the 5 new regiments nnd 19 ment. There will bo created a of tho Supremo Court of Tennessee, according to a statement by the alone tells you whether I caro for of new clothing lias dccreasol one-thi- battalions of railway engineers now military training unit in each inwas a recent visitor at the home of War Department, weighs 825 pounds your paper or no. being organized aro put on duty, stitution. Enlistment will bo pureand of shoes 10 per cent Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Spencer. and dovelops 450 horsepower, or 0 I well remember tho first issue At a base repair shop for clothing, thero will bo 50.000 Americans en- ly voluntary, but all students over C. B. Lindsley's many Berea friends weight of 1.8 pounds per horse- - There was a nice little booth built an average of 2,831 garments wcro gaged in railroad construction and the ago of 18 will bo encouraged to welcome him back to Berea for tho power. The gasoline consumption and plnred near the main entrnnce repaired daily during tho first ISoperntion in France enlist summer, lie is engaged in the is approximately 0.46 pound per to the Tabernacle and on Commence days of May. In addition to thei After tho United States entered The enlistment will constitute tho horsepower hour. Treasurer's Office on his regular ment Day, somo boys, including my work done at base repair shops, the war. ono of the first requests student a member of the Army of summer job. self, handed out copies of tho "Baby many thousands of garments aro re- to this War Savings Stamps saves lives. Citizen" and took subscriptions paired at camp shops, one shop beimcj transmitted mission Government by the United States, liable to active Dahlia Ambroso left last week tho French was for d duty at the call of the President. How time flics. I believo that was for Indianapolis, where she will be at each large enmp. ance in strengthening tho French It will, however, bo tho policy of in the spring of 1897. Anyway, I employed for tho summer. During April, nearly 170.000 pairs railways. Nino regiments of rnil- - tho Government not lo call tho memseo Tho Citizen has gotten into tho of shoes were repaired in Army re-- 1 way engineers, whoso organization Dahlia Hughes of Green Hall has bers of the training units to activo "draft" and is doing its sharo to win pair shops. At present, practically was started before Gen. Pershing duly until they havo reached the returned to her home after a three lie wnr. all hat repairing M done by con- - sailed, were in Franco by August age of 21. unless urgent military neweeks' visit with her aunt, Mrs. J. Yours with best wishes and sue tract, the price varying from DO loi 1917. Six of them have been engng cessity compels an L. Ambrose. earlier call. Stucess. I am, 00 cents per hat. ed in construction work, building dents under IH, and thereforo not H O. R. McNutt. This work is in charge of the and rebuilding railways, building legally eligible for enlistment, will Earl Ambroso left Monday for Conservation and Reclamation Dl- - docks nnd rearranging terminal lie encouraged to enroll in tho trainwill work on Paint Lick, where we FARMERS. SAVE YOUR WHEAT vision of tho Quartermaster Corps, facilities. The other liireo regiments ing units. Provision will ho made for a farm. Several thousand bushels of wheat which has been in operntion only havo been engaged in operation, nnd coordinating tho Reserve Officers' Word from Prof. Phalen indicates is wasted and damaged each year during the last four months. snm of tho rnllway troops havo Training Corps system, which exthat ho is settled in Chicago and is in Madison County nlono, on account 'been on the fighting lino. Tho nd- - ists in about one-thiof tho colHis friends may adhard at work. of somo farmers not stacking nnd ditional troops will bo used partly legiate institutions, with this broadBURDETTE ESTATE SALE dress him 1307 East OSth street. protecting it nflcr tho crop is made, The sale of the real estate and fpr instruction and maintenance er plan. Alex. Root of Dotroit, Mich, spent On account of tho shortago am personal property nur-;ail'arty 'or operation of tho a few days hero as tho guest of high cost of burlap, you may not dette estate look plnco J. A total of 8100,000.000 has bee in Korea part of tho Next In the aggregate number of Howard Whitaker. A be able to get wheat bags the day last Saturday week. spent tin railway materials alone. suscrlliers, pnrhapn tho most strikvisit was enjoyed in camping on you want them, so by nil means Included in tho purohases aro Tho tracts of real estato were purIndian Fort, Mr. Root returned to stack or house your wheat. This chased nsi follows: tho IJurdctlo 1,727 locomotives, 22.030 freight ing feature of tho third Liberty loan was the support given it by tho his homo Saturday. is more dollars to you as it Is also Mill property on Chestnut street by cars and 359,000 tons of steel rnils. farming and rural populations of your patriotic duty. Mrs. Spencer attended tho funeral George Wren; tho residence on tho country, according to n statedaughnd-5- 1 of Elizabeth, tho 13 year-ol- d R. L. Potts & Son. Thero is no discrimination of any Chestnut street by M. L. Spink; tho ment by the Treasury Department. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Black, Dunter of 0 aero tract near tho depot by D. N kind between, soldiers who are not Not only did tho fanners nurchaso can Lane, near Richmond, Thurscitizens of the United States nnd the LAND SALE IN ROCKCASTLE Welch: the Ilurdetto hill, containing, liberally of tho bonds, but tho rural ! day, tho 13th. COUNTY the orchard nnd limn minrrv hv nativo born or naturalized citizen communities ns n rule wero moro i III Hie Aliierirnn nrrnv nnnl Hint M. M. Hamilton, of Richmond and i ...i. .i Monday, June 24, 1018, between rl t that .just maku eat Miss Oma Robinson spent Friday at tho hours of 1 and 4 p.m. at tho It tho homo of Mr. nnd Mrs. Bustor that chases tho front door of tho Court Houso In communities In tho Maupin. Mrs. Buster Maupln has ML Vernon, Ky., there will be sold r. nrres near wcy mo nil United States troubles from your mind iiaro nnon ny w. subscribed or overbeen very ill for two weeks, but Is to tho highest and best bidder two Hunt "" "l0 8nmo footing. subscribed their quotas, many of and makes you feel like nble to bo out again. tracts ot land located on tho head Mi" .Bess Hayes came Monday j Buy War Savlnos Stamps to the'S'" ,nT1l,,, "r18t 'la' ,0' U' cam- a millionaire that's tho of Littio Clear Crook, In Rockcastle MM. r(nii,lnn,ll.n.l r , from Gadsden, Ala., for a visit of County. Tract 1 contains 210 acres, has beeTomoiX 'nc.a, -- Hdjf. kind of meals we serve. several days with homo folks. increase your oxoiudlng ten acres sold to L L, standard heavy-dut- y cargo truck . 1r Miss Helen Diznoy, who has been mui If.. on tMai Biao. Tract 2 con for use by tho Army in all Its de- saving more. iui Everything is pure, spending her vacation with her tains 40 acres more or loss. Thcso partments requiring this capacity F. L. MOORE'S clean andwholesoma parents in Berea, will return t) tracts will be sold separately and truck. A largo number havo been Chicago this week to resumo her well cooked daintily logcmor and the sale bringing tho ordered and II is expected tho first work in the West Side Hospital. most monoy will be accepted. served and tha prlcas 10,000 will bo completed about Aug Miss Jowol Dickey of Newborn, (Ad-5ust 1, 1918. Bourbon Poultry Remedy are Just right. FOR Tenn, visited for a few days at the King before homo of M'ss Bertha You can at least be In the second VVIE'J few dmi In th First Class Repairing Come In and glva us The philosophy of the W. S. S. Is going lo Richmond to take Summer line of defense be a war saver. drluklnir water ciuvn fi A PPC inuprvvt'iiliiwiilU) save, save, save. School work at E. K. S. N. trial. AND Pledge yourself to save to jthe dUrrboei.rhoU-r- t and other chicle Olnraoea. One All you are asked to do Is to buy liuttln makes Mrs. Laura Gabbard spent last utmost and to 'buy a definite clrui;. it gallon of medicine. At Valu Fine Line of Jewelry week at the home of her sister, Mrs. ifl'Uorliy U)ll luntpald. amount of War Savings Stamps only necessary things and then loan kble poultry lyk fruo on rwjuU not give your savings to your Finest Gabbard, at her home neari each month. itvuoi ii wet cg.,iuiutu.ij. I t 'Wnltni'ntnn I I Ul IH VV fcV.li your soldiers with your Government to help it fight your Sold by Porter-Moor- e BEREA, KY. Drug Co. MAIN ST. Berea Kentucky a vinos. war. i NOTICE! Get Ready re Save! Save! THIS BANK to.-da- y. Inler-S'outhe- rn Berea Bank & Trust Co. Berea National Bank LOCAL PAGE ,., es ,p on Dean & Stafford REAL ESTATE J DeSt OlaCKSmitning babes-in-arm- ss able-bodi- ed ' rd nssisl-locafc- rd Hl ! ADainl yu m u." i I na aed t, i Z, b7SlS Seta 1) fj?0neDrop Jewelry Store Seale's Restaurant I $100 in Education Equals $1,000 in Land. Juno 20, 1018. THE CITIZEN CHURCH OFFICIALS WAR DEPARTMENT SHOWS PRO- AMERICAN SENT TO FRANCE TO CONFER CEDURE IN NOTIFYING REIf we will only pause for n moment WITH RELIGIOUS AND MILILATIVES OF CASUALTIES mill observe, it will bo apparent Rclntivcs of soldiers named In TARY AUTHORITIES from forwarded everyone that tho roads in practical- cnsnnllv lists In rcsponso to an Invitation from ly all of the counties nro gelling France ordlnnrilv nro notified with all tho Protestant organizations In worse eacli year. There is a reason in 21 hours after rccolplof the lists, France, conveyed thru tho French authorized High Clmmissioner, M. Andro Tnr-dlc- u, for everything, and in this cao the according lo a stalcmcnt principal reason is Hie lack of rev- h' tho War Deportment. A sla Rev. Charles S. McFarland, enue lo maintain thn thoroughfares, llstlcnl division," with n staff of General Secretary of the Fcdornl under (be change in trnfllc condi- officers nnd n corps of slcno Council of tho Churches of Christ tions mid Increased price of every- arnnliers. fives nil Its time to tb In America and Chnirmnn of tho thing Hint enters Into road work. malnlenanco of files of soldiers' I'niled Committee on Ser-vl- Pago Five, The Citizen A family Newtpaprr for all that It right t rut, and Interfiling REVENUE FOR ROADS By Rodman Wiley SMART PEOPLE BUY DRY GOODS FROM AND NOTIONS Potllhrlry Thurwlny at llr, Ky BEKEA PUBLISHING C (Incorporated) WM. G. FROST, Editofln-ChU- r II. WERTENBEKGER, Manam Editor li iu. OWEN McKEE THERE IS A REASON RICHMOND KENTUCKY FREDERICK P. KEPPEL Subicription Ratei 1'AYAIII.K Hli Mnnthi M Thrr Month Thn counties must have moro ur Kiprraa Monry revenue immediately, Prml monry l) I'mt-ofrbecauso If tho nr one and ttrglitfrnl Utter, Order. . iniiller Is very much longer delayed eent utampt. your name on label (hoita to The date aftrr what date ytxir auterlritl.n la iald. If It la nyt Hie entire road system of tho variehanire.1 within Hire, wwkaaftr renewal notify On. Yrar .... n IN ADVANCE H- trft, to DMlaaln( numla-- will I "'"lly aupplW If TjhVaVta'rni rlentnan who obtain ww aub. arrlptlona forua. Any nr "din ' aublcrlpttona can receive The Cillien free for one year. application AdTrtlalnBratra on latimlrics bnvo been installed nl bnf! hospitals by the American Rod Cross They nro real novelties In France. Children in the public schools of Porto Hieo arc making pajamas lor llic i!o of the American Reel Cross. Cross all Indian in membership, U nt Itelcourt, N. D. An American Hod nr.n cross cablets Paris Five American portable There is ono chapter of the Red u canteen worker in Franco recently Blattered nil records in France by serving 205 incnls in two hours and a half, or an average of ono meal every seconds. thirty-fou- r Cross baby wasting away for want of successfully undergone a test to milk. Tho mother was told to determine its uso with aircraft ono quart of milk a This is ono of thrco types of machino drink LATIONS OF FOOD SAVING day herself, and to give one quart guns with which tho rate of fire can Owing to the scarcity of petrol in RULES a day to each of her six children, bo synchronized with tho revolutions Franco and Hclguim, tho American Scores of firms throughout tho Milk is 10 cents a quart, and tho of the propellor of a tractor nirpano Red Cross has been compelled to Tolled States have been penalized family incomo is 515 a week. The that tho gun can be fired by the spend 30,000 francs in installing an for violations of rules of the Food woman writing to tho Children's pilot of a combat plane through the In somo cases, electric lighting plant at Chartreuse, Administration. Bureau said she did not know how revolving blades, which accommodates 1.000 refugees, licenses to operate haVe been sus' to solve the problem. Airplane propellers revolvo from segregated chil- pended; in others, contributions to of which 250 are Tiie Children's Bureau has been lo 2,000 revolutions per minute, dren. tho Y. M. fi. A Red Cross and other compelled to reply to such reports The. machine gun is connected with accepted organizations have been that Federal appropriations are th0 engine by a mechanical or It is probable that a considerable in lieu of suspension of license. only for Ihe families of clraulio dovico and impulses from proportion of tho American wounded Among tho more numerous violamen actually in the military oV,tho crank shafl aro transmitted to France to tions nre sales of flour without subwill bo transported from naval service. tho machine gun. Tho rate of fire England for treatment. For that stitutes; refusal lo accept delivery of tho machino gun is constant and , reason, American Red Cross acti- of foodstuffs previously ordered; INCREASE IN ARMY SINCE START its fire is synchronized with tho ro-vities In Britain probably will bo operating without licenses; excess WAR MORE THAN 1,500 volving propeller blades by "wast-PE- R extended. sales of sugar; carrying more than CENT ing" a certain percentage of the sugar; a normal 30 days' supply of Ono of tho interesting develop- -, Impulses it receives from the Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth of failure to uso the proper amount of of the war, according to a plano'engino and by having Uio reBelgium, cooperates with tho Ameri- flour substituto in bread making; statement authorized by tho War maining impulses trip or pull tho chiland profiteering. can Red Cross in directing a Department, is tho rapid expansion trigger so that the gun fires just at dren's refuge in Lo dandier, in of tho various bureaus of tho War tho fraction of tho second when tho Savings Stamps v help proWar Flanders. Department, At tho outbreak of the propeller blades aro clear of tho line vide that "Force, forco to the utwar, there wero less than 3,000 cm- - of fire. When you buy War Savings most, force without stint or limit, ployces on duty. Tho number now is Tho pilot operates tho gun by Stamps, you do not give your the righteous and triumphant force approximately 25,000. an increase means of a lover which controls the money, you loan it at 4 per cent, which shall make right the law of WILSON BLOCK U. S Mako every day a thrift day and of 800 per cent. Whilo this ropre- -, cirouit nnd allows tho impulses to DON'T compounded quarterly. You help tho world," which President Wilsents a tremendous expansion, tho trip tho trigger. your government, but you help son says must be used against our help your Government end the war Warns Chief of Postal Service Tele-araincrease in tho Army itself has been days. onemles. yourself even more. Co. Against Refusing Demoro than 1,500 per cent. BOYS HELP SOUTH TO FEED cision of War Labor Board. Only 4 out of every 100 officers', . ..a, ITSELF SERB SOLDIERS CIRCLING GLOBE TO FIGHT TEUTONS in tho service wero In tho Army all Hero is an incontivo for boys' Wnshlnirton, June 15. Rejection or inn time tho war began. clubs in the South a 1017 record decisions of (ho nntlonnl war labor Tho increnso in personnel at tho to surnass in 1918. Food and feed board by either party to n labor dls-aiiministraiivn end of tno war has valued at 51.019,121 was tho total' m,t0 ls rejection or tno instrumentality not, Kepi paco wun tno growth orj production of boy-clu- b membora in set up by the government In n sinIn every cere tho Military Establishment. tli0 South last year, according to a case, desire to nrrlve at Justice In his declared President Wilson compilation reoently mado by lead letter to Chirenco II. Mnckey, head of WORLD NEWS ers in tho U. S. Department of Agri- - tho I'ostnl Telegraph and Cable com- cuIture' Tl, rcport 8,,OW8 that 115'" ' l The '",,r ,,res hIm t0 .K.L.LiTrm is, To capacity of the 7l5 wero enrolled in tho regular ate In averting a telegraphers' strike. ' clubs in 11 8tates, Alabama not re- -' The text of the letter, forwarded June - '' " tUU 1UKUIUI " 1l'vl'l6 " UUUUIUII Wo tan get r. liltlo glimpso ofi . manner In which tho president urged nrobablv 400000 England's plans for reconstruction nt,m ,,y u,p McKrnph '. a report mado by a committee' pnnlca ns "a patriotic duty." FT'i " l.u.n! through instructions given by agents . uiuuiuioiKiisHunaunei, auer . nn(, ,,,,,fnrminnni Thn Government needs your tho war is over. Wo soo a business- (money; you need the stamps. Orations and so on. like proposition for a railroad from to Paris at once and, when London normal conditions aro scoured, a rail connection between London, through Constantinople, with Pekln on tho eastern coast of China, and 111 Acres on Dixie Highway just outside of Berca, with Capo Town at tho extreme1 southern point of Africa. England joining the Kinnard and Silas Moore places. is far from dead, as yet One Third Ch, balance one, two and three years with Interest. If Our men in the trenches and in interested address owner. ltclcuscd from a Slberluu pnsou cump, -'-,000 kerb bu. tilers uru ou their uuy around tho world to iU'lit ugulust the submarine chasers are doing Teuton autocracy. They were originally In the Austrluu urmy, whero they hud been pressed Into service uud made their psift. .Are you doing yonr L. G. CLARK, West Poi.t, Mississippi to fight until captured by tho Itusslans. Fieurlug that the bolbhevlkl would vend them buck to Au.trla after they were part? Buy War Savlnos Stamna to released, they blurted for Jupau. From (here they Intend to ship to tbo United States und go buck to the Baloulkl your utmost capacity, front, where tbey will Join the Serbian army. ol Since troop movements to tho seaboard have reached extraordinary proportions, many chapter refreshments units have surpassed the record set by tho Washington chapter ARE TRANSFERRED TO Inst September that of serving 20,-0- SOLDIERS PARTICULAR NEEDS MEET cups of coffee in a day. Nearly 210,000 transfers of men from one unit to another have been Paris During air raids or long-ran- made to Army camps as a result bombardments of the French of occupational qualifications decapital, American Jled Cross am- termined by investigations by the bulances have almost invariably War Deparltnenl committco on been first on the sceno of any cas- classification of personnel. Recentualties. ly, about 10,000 transfers have taken place each week. More than 200 ambulance cats Through tho committee, organizawere placed at the disposal of tho tions havo been buit up in all Army Italian armies by the American lied camps, by which enlisted men and Cross within a few weeks after tho commissioned officers are classified United States declared war on according to occupational qualifiAustria. cations. In some camps, where as many ns 2.500 men are received daily, Ono of tho most curious contriforces of 200 interviewers nro butions that has ever reached the to ascertain full information American Red Cross is that of $18,75 regarding each man's occupation, of Chinese education, experience and special from a Sunday-schochildren in California to bo used for qualifications. tho Chinese coolies in France. FIRMS ARE PENALIZED FOR VIO00 ge cm-ploy- ed ous counties will havo to rebuild, entailing an expenditure in most instances In each county of several huiiilriwls of thousands of dollars. The people nre not contented without roads. They will 1IAVB roiuls, no matter what they cost; mid when their entire highway s.vem has been destroyed, (hey will, perhaps. WAIK I'P, but it would seom to be very much heller if the people would only take warning and provide rxtru revenue by voting tho ii) cent road tax. It would enable Ihe aulliorlties to preserve (he roads while they are in condition to be saved. It is certainly patriotic to main lain roads at this time so as lo haul ihe products of the farm to market, as cheaply ns possible, and nlso lo relieve the congestion of tho railroads. A careful study hns been made of the road conditions In the entire slate and I know beyond n doubt that the various counties linve not half enough funds for road purposes. Other stales have increased their expenditures to meet the changed renditions, why can't we be alive in Kentucky? names nnd addresses. This division notifies rclallvnc A copy of tho roster of each con tincnnl snlllmr to Join in tho Ex noditionnrv Forces, is filed in card Index fashion, each card bearing the name of one soldier, his organiza lion nnd the nnmo nnd address of parent or other relativo or friend ileslcnnled hv him to ho noiiiied l emergency. When n casualty list is received from Gen. Pershing, each name cabled from the American Ex npillLlonnrv Force is listed with th pinnrcnncv address on the flio in Mir. card index. As rapidly ns lb new list witli emergency addresses is built up, the telegraph clerks get These clerks already duplicates. are supplied with blank telegrams which renuire only the relativo address, name of sender, naturo of casualty and the date, and filling in the blank spaces, tlicy get tno tele grams off as quickly as posslnie h In addition to maintaining tho blanks for the sake of speed the statistical division is supplied with sots of form letters to bo filled in nnd mailed when further details are available. Wlille relatives are generally in receipt of information wiinin hours nfter the cables are received delavs are sometimes due lo clerical errors caused bv the fact that names must pass through so many hands in Frnncc nnd in America, incorrect emergency addresses turn ed in bv soldiers, removal of fami lies to addresses other than those listed, nnd the occasional necessity for cabling back to Gen. Pershing to verify a name or to obtain an ad dress. lAside from these four causes of delay the only .reason for the fail ure of relatives to receive word at once is military consideration General Pershing may, at his dis cretion, withhold a casualty list until he is positive it will have no military value to the enemy. tele-grap- Christian for Relief in Franco nnd Hclgium, hns Just sailed for France to confer with the French Federation of Protestant churches and iU United Committee, represcntin nil the Protestant organizations nnd to look carefully into nnd bring bnck a report concerning tho conditions andi needs of the French churches. Dy arrangement with tho War De- -( pnrtmcnt, ho will confer with Gen, Pershing nnd Senior Headquarters Chaplain nrcnt, regarding tho interests of the chaplains in thn Army. American Tho Federal Council has nlso requested him to havo consultation and sympathetic inquiry regarding tho work of the lied Cross, ns well as the general work in the interests of our American troops. He has also been appointed by the Boy Scouts of America as a Commissioner lo tho Boy Scouts of France, representing Hie i 12,000 scouts nnd scout officials in Hie United States. Dr. McFnrland's mission will strengthen the bond between tho French and American Protestant churches and will enable tho Protestants of this country to render much more effective help to their suffering brethexen, whose churches havo been destroyed, whoso pastors have been called to tho front and who have appealed to America for, aid in restoring their demolished churches and depleted resources, co , l','liS0:i FAVO.S AU-l'IOR- : K LAW Mandate , Approves Maryland's Compelling Men From 18 to 50 to Share Toil. WRITES TO i THE Natlon-Wld- GOVERNOR e BBBBMaKfajarolIaaaaKA President Urges Move- -' ment to Supplement Marshal General Crowder's "Labor or Floht" Rule. Washington, June 15. President Wilson bus npprovvd a nntlon-wldcompulsory work movement to supplement Provost Marshal General Crow- -' der's "work or tight" regulations. In n letter to Governor Harrington, of Mnrylnnd, made public here ilny night, the president Indorsed adoption by other states of the Maryland' compulsory work Inw, under which the "work or fight" principle Is made ap- -i pllcalilu to nil men between the nges! of eighteen nnd fifty. j I President Wilson's Letter. The president's letter to Governor' j Harrington follows: "Your letter of May 21 calls my at-- ! tctitlon to the proposal for u nntlon- -' wide movement based upon the prln- clples embodied In the Maryland com- -' pulnory work law. "1 can say without hesitation thnt I nm heartily In accord with any movement Intended to bring every citizen) to a full realization of his responslblll-- 1 tie ns a participant In this war. "Upon our entrance Into the war I. cafled upon our citizens to mobilize; their energies for Its prosecution In every way that wns possible. "The response has been exceedingly'-- . gratifying. The slogan "work or1 figlK" has everywhere been taken up! ns a satisfactory expression of tliel spirit of the people. "The Instances of failure to appreciate its force nnd significance hnvei been few. "It Is only natural, however, that, those few cases should excite the feel- -' Ing that the spirit of the community should In some wny be enforced by' law upon those not willing to ute of their own Initiative. ( Aids In Law Enforcement. "ThH hns made possible effective operation of our selective service raw, nnd hns found expression also In your compulsory work lnw. "The memorandum which you have prepared points out how wisely Maryland hns acted In this matter. I particularly admire the care the Maryland legislature hns taken to be Just In the provisions of tho lnw, which protect the honest worktngmnn In tits sight' nnd privileges. "I nssiime the safeguards of this legislation against tho possibility of abuse Include the maintenance of those stnndnrds and working conditions which the council of national defense nnd the nntlonnl war labor board havo set up as Indispensable to tho nation's full productive efficiency. "I hopo thnt It will be possible to duplicate the action and experience of Maryland In other states." o ' Frederick P. Keppcl Is now third sistant secretary of war. Lilt of 100,000 as- Washington. with evidence Flrmt Given Senate. To furnish the Senate of profits by corpora- - tlons last year several hundred clerks are at work In the internal revenue bu- reau compiling a list of 100,000 con- .! cerns which made more than 15 per CHILDREN'S BUREAU FINDS MANY cent proflt ' BABIES SUFFERING FROM ' LACK OF FOOD American Army than in any other army engaged in tho war. Not only will a far greater amount of motor equipment be provides in propor tion to tho strength of tho Army, but it will bo used for work where armies now in tho Held depend solely on horso power nnd man power. Tho Ordnance Department has succeeded in developing such types of tractors that, exclusive of the heaviest field artillery mounted on railroad carriages, all American ar tillery will bo motorized, with the exception of some of tho The problem of iron batteries. motorization of field artillery is a difficult one, which explains why it has not been carried to a greater extent than has been the caso with tho armies that have been fighting in Europe for tho last three years U'ho possible output of tractors for tho transport of field artillery in the United States is practically unlimited, whereas tho supply of horses is at present limited and is becoming moro so each month. ch fcn en wnVn-- a mnh ' FOR aroused by the conditions revealed! NEARLY ALL ARTILLERY AMERICAN ARMY TO BE that they request information re- -. MOTORIZED garding the follow-u- p work. Many BROWNING MACHINE GUN PASSES Motorization of field artillery will tamilies arc described as being piti- TESTS FOR AIRPLANE USE be carried to a greater extent in tho fully poor. Ono mother had a new Tho Browning machine gun has Reports are reaching the Children's of the Department of Labor from the hundreds and thousands' of women, who, during the last CO! days have been weighing 5,000,000 children of America and the way m, which permanent poverty menaces tile Healthy growth of tno children of the Nation is being revealed a? a result of the weighing and meas uring campaign. New York Cops Invade Tea Rooms. u New York. A scries of early 'ng ra'dB which surprised patrons of nlht restaurants, poolrooms and rooming houses netted 50 persons of attempt- evade'm,mary 8ervIce. For trm , offlcerg turned nrst tliao trjeir attention to tearooms in Green- wich village, gathering place of selfstyled Bohemians, where more than a score of summonses were served on young men who were unable to pro- duce registrations cams; 150 men were toxmA wltbout draft credentials morn-Burea- m ble air-me- nts ph w 1 ' crr' cora-from ,l0illCm.m?V0".a 'Sum .,;T. icn' "i..!if' CHOICE FARM FOR SALE If You Could Not Go To School During Regular Term You Should Go The Summer Term. Paso Six. THE CITIZEN Juno 20, 1018. MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spence, Farm Demonstrator and Special Investigator SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG 1st Door Training that adds lo your general education. FOR TOUNO MEN Agriculture, Carpentry, Bricklaying, Printing, Commcrco nnd Telegraphy. FOR TOUNO LADIES tlomo Science, Dressmaking, Cooking, money-earnin- HOME DEPARTMENT Conducted by Miss Margaret Dizncy, Director of Home Science POOLTRT COWPEAS More cowpoas should bo planted for bay nnd for grain. Cowpcas can Any time this follow wheat. month is a good llmo to sow the peas. They will mature if put in Just as soon as wheat or rye Is taken off. In fact, it is a good policy to plow tho wheat and ryo fields pretty soon after the crop is taken off. Wo need more cowpeas for hay, as the dry weather has Cowdamaged grasses nnd oats. pcas arc only $3.00 per bushel, the farmer can afford to pay this for tho return at harvest time on tho investment of $3.00. long-continu- ed CULTIVATION The drv weather is bard on all the crops where cultivation is not going on. Where the gardens and norn Melds have been regularly cui tivnted, tho soil is moist one inch beneath the surface. Tliis tiroves to us that regul cultivation of our crops in dry weather is the proper thing. Now is tho time to kill weeds and loosen up the crusted soil. The rain will come in a few days and continuo for a week then if corn fields and gar dens arc not clean, the weeds wil be the biggest crop when cultivation can be continued. Tho crops can stand from one to two weeks rain if they are cleaned and ready to receive it. Let's put all crops in condition to get the best out of the rain that's coming in a fow days. BLACKLEG AND HOC With soybeans it is desirable to give tho first cultivation as soon as tho beans are up well, using a fine toothed cultivator and working as close to the rows as possible. This first cultivation is Important as it prevents the weeds from gel- ting a start in the rows. Cultivate about tho same number of times as for corn and not too deep, as deep cultivation breaks many of tho roots. Usually three or four cultivations are all that are necessary, if well done. One should stop cultivating when the plant begins to bloom, as there is some danger of Injuring the plants by cultivating after they reach this state. Our country Is asking all of us to do our best to produce more food and I know you will do your patriotic duty by giving your crop the best of attention in order to get the biggest possible yield. Yours sincerely, Robert F. Spence, County Agent, CROP REPORT AS OF JUNE 3, 1918 PEOPLE put Into their walcr. Berea's Vocational Schools g Lico and mites should bo kept Graduating paper of Anna Coyla, out of tho flock, tho hens should an Agricultural Club Member of bo thoroughly dusted with insoct Scaffold Cano Ttural School. powders nnd tho roosts sprayed with power, comblnod with Nursing, Stenography and Typewriting. 2nd Door Berea's Foundation School General Education for thoso not far advanced, combined with somo vocational training. No matter what your present ndvoncomont, wo can put you with othors liko yourself and glvo chnnoo for most rapid improvement. 3rd Door For those who aro not oxpecting to teach and who nro not going It also gives thru Collego and deslro more general education. tho best gcnoral education for thoso who wish a good start In study and expect to carry it on by themsolves. Berea's English Academy Course 4th Door Berea's Normal School Issued by Department of Agri- This gives tho bost training for thoso who cxpeot lo toach. Courses are so arranged that young pcoplo can tcaoh through the summer nnd fall and attend sohool through tho winter and spring, thus earning money to keop right on in their courses of study. Read Dinsmoro's great book, "How lo Teaoh a District School." culture, Frankfort Prospects for Kentucky crops are good. One of tho most heartening things to inspire the producers in Kentucky in their unusual effort towards a larger production is tho especially fine prospects at this time for small grain, clovor, alfalfa and somo of the other crops. Early wet and cool weather in some sec tions retarded the early planting of corn and owing to bad seed, muoh replanting has been necessary. An unusually large acreage of corn was planned, samo being given as 90 per cent, while the condition of growing corn is 86 per cent. Wheat prospects are fine. Some rust is reported, .but a3 a state average, the condition is given at 90 per cent. Rye condition is also excellent. samo being given at 99 per cent. Oats are showing fine, the acreage being given at 97 per cent, while the condition is 93 per cent. Condition of grasses is excep 5th Door This is tho Berea's Preparatory Academy Course straight road to College best training In Mathematics, Science, Languages, History and all preparatory subjoota. Tho Academy is now Berea's largest department. 6th Door This A Is Berea College the crown of tho whole Institution, and provides standard in all advanced subjects. courses twenty-fiv- e CHOLERA Farmers aro urged to look out for Blackleg and hog choler- aBlackleg is nov at Big Hill Mr, Haley has lost three yearlings. He got in touch with (Jaunty Agent after he had lost tho cattle and vac cinated the remainder of his herd, Ho will purchase an outfit so as to vaccinate his own and neighbors' cattle. Don't wait for young cattle to die, but vaccinate if you live iu a section where Blaokleg has ever been. See your County Agent for further information. Rockcastle County has some hog cholera. Keep worms out of hogs and lico off of them let them have clean water to drink and pasture with a little corn theso things will help keep out cholera. If cholera is in the neighborhood, watch the hogs daily. Vaccination is the only sure preventive. See your County Agent for further information. TO MEMBERS OF AGRICULTURAL CLUB GROWING SOY BEANS: Now is the time to be thinking Temporary Raise in Board is forced by war conditions. For years tho board has remained tho same in Berea, but the unusual situation in which the wholo country finds itself now makes it impossible for us to live on the samo money as we havo in the past This adds $6.60 to tho former expenses of tho girls and 115 CO to tho expenses of the boys but still leaves tho cost half that at other schools and "cheaper than staying at homo." PAYMENTT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental feo and room rent by tho term, board by tho half term. Installments are as follows: FALL TERM Expenses for Boys VOCATIONAL AND SCHOOLS FOUNDATION ACADKMY AND NORMAL COLLKOK Incidental Fee Room $5.00 7.00 tional: New clover, about the cultivation of your soybean crop. As with corn, a good yield of soybeans depends very largely on tho thoroughness of tho cultivation which tho crop receives. Cultivation pays us big returns on the time spent, so wo must not neglect it. There are several reasons why we cultivate crops, but perhaps tho main purpose of cultivation is to kill weeds. Weeds are robbers. They rob tho soil of tho plant food and water which the plant must havo in order to make a good yield. They also crowd tho plant and rob it of the sunlight which it requires. Kill the weeds. Cultivation is also important in order to hold moisluro in tho soil for the plant to use. When a hard crust forms on tho soil, as after a rain, the soil dries out very quickly and the plant suffers. Break up the crust wherever it forms and keep the soil in a fine, loose condition CINCINNATI MARKETS. Flour, Hay and Grain. Flour Winter patent J1O.9O0U.S5 rye flour, Northwestern bleadod $10 alfalfa, 98; Blue grass, 91. All hay is reported as giving a modium yield, about 87 per cent, while tho quality is 90 per cent. Tho acreage planned for navy beans is 91 per ponl, soy beans, 91 per cent, stock peas, 100 per cent. Unusual interest is being main tained in garden products, acreago planned being given at 102 per cent, while condition is 91 per cent. Potato acreago is 90 per cent Condition, 93. Fruit will bo short. Condition being given a3 follows: pears, peaches, Apples, grapos, 49; plums, 95; old clover, orchard grass, 90; 93; 1255 Board, 7 weeks Amount duo Sept. li. 1018.. 2455 Board, 7 weeks, duo Oct. 80.. 1255 3650 Total for Term $ 6.00 7.00 1255 7.00 7.00 1255 2555 1255 2655 1255 3750 6.00 .7.00 1050 3850 Expenses for Girls Incidental Feo Room 8 5.00 7.00 I .. 1050 Board, 7 weeks Amount due Sept. 11. 1918.. 22.50 Board, 7 weeks, due 01. 30.. 1050 33.00 Total for Term This does not inolude tho dollar deposit nor laundry. Special Expenses in Addition to Incidental Stenography and Typewriting Bookkeeping (brief course) Bookkeeping (regular course) Business course for students 7.00 7.00 1050 2350 1050 31.00 2450 1050 35.00 money for books or causo worry nnd loss lo millions of poultry raisers. It Is better lo prevent these posts than to wall, nnd after suffering loss to your hens and chicks, then attempt lo got rid of them. To provent nnd rid tho grown stock of lico, mix two parts of vnsolino with ono part of blu ointment. Apply an oven amount about tho size of a pea to tho skin of each fowl about ono Inch below tho vent, A liko amount should be applied lo tho skin of each thigh. Hub Iho ointment well into tho skin. To prevent nnd rid poultry houses of miles, clean them thoroughly nnd keep litem clean. Droppings boards should bo scraped clean at least twico n week. During this month, clean out nil foul litter from tho floors nnd nests and with tho use of a spray pump, throw a stream of mllo-kllllliquid on all porches, dropping boards, sldo walls, ceilings nnd floor about tho roosting quarters. Bo certain Iho liquid reaches and penetrates all cracks nnd Joints. Paint or spray all nosls and hoppers and tho undersides of the droppings bonrds or roasts. Trent tho brood coops in a liko manner. During tho hot weather season, this treatment should bo repented once a month tq all coops occupied by growing youngsters and every six weeks to all houses occupied by grown stock. Wo have found a mixturo of two parts of kerosene or crude oil and ono part tempcraturo bo kept regular. Thoro are many diseases which crude carbolic acid lo bo a simple miKht como into tho flock, such as and a very effccllvo spray. Wo havo gapes, cholera, diarrhea, and limber- - also used soveral prepared sprays neck. Just as soon as tho lltllo now on tho market and with very chick shows sign of being sick, it good results. should bo removed from the flock and the causo investigated. Watch Your Imprints. If gapes should como into the A child's mind Is plastic The Imflock, they should be moved to a pression received while young aro new place and lots of limo spread lasting. When cement Is In the process, on tho ground. Thoso having the of making. It Is soft und pliable; but gapes should be gaped with a horse- once It Is dry, It becomes so linnl thnt can with hair or put into a closed box and n workman Put, hardly break ft soft, a while It was hnmmer. a dry lime dusted over them. child laid Its hand on the nmterinl; In If diarrhea should come into tho n few minutes tho cement hardened, flock, thoso affected should bo re- and the Imprint made by the child's moved at once, tho coop thoroughly hand woa still there. Ernest M. Glenn. cleansed, and a lltllo copper sulphite ng To bo n successful poultry grower, you should know how to select eggs, how lo Imtch chickens, how to caro for chickens and how to combat tho common diseases that might como Into your flock. Eggs for hatching purposos should bo selected uniform In typo, shape, sizo and color, and should not bo kept more than two wcoks and in a moderate temperature. It Is more profltnblo to uso n hen for halohlng purposes when loss than n hundred chlokcns n year nro hatched. An incubator is more profltnblo when moro than a hundred chickens are raised per year. Jf a hen is used for hatching purposes, you should select ono of average weight, more lhan two years A good old and high tempered. nost should bo made for her in a dry plnco nnd protected from tho cold wind. If an incubator is used, it should bo thoroughly cleansed and tostod for threo days, in order lo get the tcmperaluro regulated, and should be looked nfler at least twice a day. Whon tho chickens begin to hatch, tho incubator should bo kept hours. closed for about thirty-si- x Little chickens should not be fed until they aro about thirty-si- x hours old. Tho first feed should consist of rolled oats, second feed, hard boiled eggs and rollod oats. This ration should gradually be reduced to a ration of crackod grains. Tho chicks, whon moved from their nests, should bo kept in a closed nlace for a few days. The hen should be kept In a coop at loast mm two weeks, ir tno cnicKens are to be raised in a brooder, it should be cleansed once each day and he real oil emulsion. Hens should bo housed in a warm house, well ventilated nnd woll fod and wnlcrcd. A good laying ration Is equal parts of corn, wheat and oats with somo moot scraps. PREVENTING LICE AND MITES During May, both lico nnd miles Fall Fes Business String Winter $12.00 12.00 $10.00 10.00 ..... $11.00 11.00 7.00 0.00 5.00 9.00 750 1050 Stenography 50. Typewriting, with one hour's In many localities, a total failure 5.00 7.00 6.00 uso of instrument of peaches and blackberries is Com. Law., Com. Geog, Com. 1.80 150 Arith., or Penmanship, each.. 2.10 Live stock is in a good, healthy In no case will special Business Fees exceed $15.00 per term. samo being condition generally, given at 96 per cent, while poultry young man or young woman can get an education Any shows 96 per cent. at Berea if there is the will to do so. There is a universal complaint If it is impossible for any young man or young woman to be of tho extreme crisis In labor conditions, and the farmers aro bend in school the full year, by all means they should enter for a course during almost superhuman offorts to ing the winter and spring terms. meet the situation. Quick work in The public schools will closo about Christmas and the teachors registering farm reserve help and and advanced pupils should not bo idlo through the long winter placing same in the needed localities months but should bo studying in Berea where the best education can is necessary to save the coming bo gotten for least money. 60; blackberries, 59; 37; Protection of Democracy Must Come From Those It Protects Prealdtol of the American Tclrgitpli 70; in other departments: Br THEODORE N. VAIL od Tlptiooa Company Two thousand years ago a new era, a new religion, dawned upon tho world. Whatever of civilization, of freedom or of liberty wo havo and enjoy comes from the subordination by man of human passion and selfishness because, of tho able-bodi- ed teachings, tho incarnation or reincarnation ideals and principles of that religion. of tho Peaco and good will on earth to men. Peace on earth to men of good will is the basis of liberty of mankind. Our democracy is based on life, tho fullest liberty to each to all other individuals. Jloro Under this civilization has Wider intercommunication and men havo been developed. liberty, tho liberty of all (o live and enjoy individual consistent with tho samo right is impossible. como greater peaco throughout tho world. moro neighborly feeling toward our follow harvest Mat S. Cohen, Commissioner of Agriculture. Delight In Perstan name tor a garden or park is paradise, which recalls In Its name the ilrst garden of all. Adam and Oil. Hay No. 1 timothr $18019, No. 2 Eve were plnced to tend and dress it JU018, No. 1 clover mixed $15017. Whether the Gnrden of Eden be acOats No. 2 white 8283c, standard cepted as historical or figurative, It la white 8182c. No. 3 white 8081c, among all civilized peoples, No. 2 mixed 76 77c, No. 3 mixed 75 a fact that whether of ancient or modern times, In 76c. reflno-meCorn No. 2 white fl.86Ol.90, No. 3 proportion as they advanced In and the urts of civilization, the whlto 11.8001.85, No. 2 yellow $1.76 1.80, No. 3 yellow Il.7O01.76. No. i garden bus held the place of honor. mixed $1.70G1.76, No. 3 mixed $1.65 One of the finest descriptions of natM0. ural henntv in Homer Is that In which Duttar, Egflt and Poultry. ho tells us of tho "spacious garden" of Butter Whole milk creamery extras Alclnous, containing rour acres or 46c, fancy dairy 35c. I'rnnnrt which in thoso early times was Eggs Prime firsts 33 tfc, firsts 32c, regarded as large enough even for a ordinary flrats 2Sc. EuBtathlus tolls us, it was Live Poultry Ilroilera, 1H R and prince. As laid out In three parts: a grovo for oror, 45050c; undor 1H lb, 3540o fowl, 4 lbs and over, 2Gc; under 4 lbs, fruits and shado, a vineyard, and an 26o; roosters, 18c. allotment for olives and herbs, and was watered by two fountains. Live Stock. Cattle Shippers $11017; butcher Bteera, extra $16016, good to choice $1316, common to fair $9.60012; heifers, extra $13014.60, good to Many Snake In Australia. choice $11.26013, common to fair $9 Australia Is said to have about on 011; cows, extra $11012.50, good to s choice $9.60011, common to fair $7 hundred species of nun ken, of them venomous. The big 09; cannera $7 0 7.60, stockera and pythons and rock suukea aro harmfeeders $8012. Calves Extra $1660. fair to good less, but uh one travels from the trop1130 16.25, common and large $8012. ics southward tbo dangerous varieties Hogs Selected heavy $10.25 0 16.60, Increase In number, and In Tasmania good to choice packers and butcher $16.65, medium and mixed $16.65, atags all art venomous, though only live are $10012, common to choice heary fat really deadly. tows $12014.65, light shippers ilB.es. Tho nt threo-fourth- Garden. Applicants must bring or sand a testimonial showing that they art above 15 years old, in good health and of good character. This may b signed by some former Berea student in good standing or some rellabli teacher or neighbor. The use of tobacco is strictly forbidden. For information or friendly advico write to the Secretary, MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Ky. How Many Cubic Feet In Ton of Coatl I!re Is a little Information which will help you to solve the vexing problem that Is apt to be u hardy umiuul, that Is, how much conl to order In order to 111! tho bunkers, hut without ImvInK to put some In an old barrel In the outhouse. A ton of ecu coal concuto thirty-eigh- t tains from thirty-twHy bic feet, averaging about thirty-live- . measuring tho cubical contents of your bin you will be able to estimate how much to order to till them. TIiIh may bo done by multiplying together tho length, breadth und depth of your bin. Popular Science Monthly. o New York la Oldest City. Tho oldest Incorporated city In the United States Is New York, Incorporated In 10X1. Boston, although settled In 10:50, was not Incorporated till 1822. buvlng paused through tho Revolutionary war ami a long Interval besides without u city charter. Other American cities weru Incorporated as follows: Philadelphia, lu 1701; Haltlmore, In 1780; Pittsburgh. In 1810; Clucln-nutt- l, In 1811); St. Louis, In 1822; New Orleans, In 1805; Detroit, la 1821; ' lu 1S.I1. Pancakes Muscle Maker. Is a common mistake to suppose that to get tho uecchMiry strength to Perfectly Reasonable. Landlord (with a determination all do hard mauuul labor u heavy meat This Is fur from his own) "In one word, when are you diet Is necessary. correct. Muscular labor does not magoing to pay ygur urreurs?" !!tird-uterially affect the demand for minerals Author (with uu unshuken coolness) "I will satisfy your demand us soon us and proteins, but rather for starches, I receive the money which tho pub- fats, and sugars. Thereforo any adlisher will pay me If he accepts tho ditional wustuuo through muscular efnovel I niu going to send him uh soon fort could be much better repulred by as tho work Is finished, which I'm pancakes und sirup than by roust beef, about to commence when I have found for as much moUture und heat aro a suitable subject uud the necessary wusted as tissue, so It Is fuel that Is required. Popular Scleuce Monthly. inspiration." It or independence of others, has passed, but Han's in its pluco havo como greater possibilities of life. Dependence of man upon man implies service of man to man. To maintain democracy, civilization and servico, convention, regulation and law, on organized government is necessary. Tho difference between tho organization of tho government by domoo-rac- y and that by autocracy is that democracy is government by tho will of. tho governed, and not tho government of a fow acting by usurped power' or that of an insurgent minority. Government by democracy must bo enforced as vigorously, impartially, unflinchingly as that by any other government They who differ may express their difference, may do all possible to convert others, so long as it is not done in open doflanco or in active rebellion, and so long as their actions aro subordinated to the will and authority-o- f tho majority. If and when a majority of all cannot bo trusted to oxprcaa tho will of a people, cannot bo trusted to act wisely, and all are not willing to abld by it, any government except government by force will faiL Our democracy is now threatened from without and the democracy of tho wholo world is at stako. Tho protection of our democracy must como from thoso it protects. Every individual to its protection owes all lifo, liberty, substanco. To tho protection of that democracy ho must if nocessary dovoto all. Let us dedicate to our country, in whatever way, whenever and wherever wo may bo callod, our unhesitating, unflincliing service, implicit in its obedience and subordination to duty and authority. Juno 20, 1018. THE CITIZEN PngPago Seven. BtPIOVED WirOIH ItVWV INTERNATIONAL (Hy Heavy, glnzed brown wrapping pau TKXT Anil the tnste of It was like per makes the best paper Jackets. It made with honey. Kz. 1I;J1. LESSON FOR JULY 7 After their wonderful dellvernnco you havo nono In tho house, get a nt tho Ited sea, one would suppose sheet or two from your grocer. I'lace BEGINNING THE CHRISTIAN LIFE. that tlio people tho book to bo covered upon a piece aVaiHaF. 1 saTaTaTaaflaVBavavassavAaisasaaMiMs m would never mnr-i- n of the paper (Fig. 1), open It, and 1.K880N TKXT Acts U:IJ-J- t mark out nround the edges of tho covu r ngaln, but nOLIIKN will, let hardly were they ers; then measuro off a mnrgln of 2 14 him tnko Ilia wlir of Ufa lnsinging or 3 Inches outside of this, and cut through tlon n:!7. DEVOTIONAL IlEADtNO-Jol- m 14 MS. their song of de- out tho piece. Next, cut away corners ADDITIONAL MATKHIAI. VOW llvernnco before A (KIg. 2), nnd cut and bend over TKACIIKIIH-Ac- ta J.37H7; I:M40 lUimans tliey began to :M1. complain of their I'llIMAHT TOl'lC-I-ovI- m; and truMlng Had Her Way. Jems. John l:.'C-t- l. n ml privations, MKMOItY VKttBH-- Wr love twcauie he Patience So I'epgy's engaged to long for the flesh loved u.-- 1 John 4 19. tint Paul nt last? potH of Kgypt. Patrice Sure. She's lnnded him. I. How Lydla Began the Christian What was Clod's "You know she nlwnys would hnvo Life (vv. Honey answer? her own wny." I' I.ydln was the HrKt convert to T- nnd wnflles for "Hut will she now?" Christ In Kuropc. Hern was n typical breakfast, nnd "Of course, she will. He nsked her qunll conversion. Nolo tlic steps therein : broiled, to nnme the day, nnd she wouldn't do HltopaipgL fried or frlcnssod , iaBBBBBBBVnyfrKa1 1. Attendance nt tin- - place of pniy-e- r It. She Insisted tlint the ceremony for dinner. Tho (v. 13). should be performed nt night." a?a?a?a?a?a?a?a?a?a?i The accustomed place here wnn at milium wns round nnd while like waf-le- s tasK-aaaaaaaaaaaaasaf saa?aasa?afpw''aaaaLt and hnd the taste of honey (Ex. place-todathe river side. Tho accuMomed lOtl.1, 31). In In cliurrli. (!m! run mid does "Don't you hnte n man who Insists This story Illumines like n searchave men nml women without any on being waited on Instend of doing teeming connection with place of es light the duty of dnlly lllhlo reading, things for himself?" nsked one womnn. laaBaBaBaBaBaaHaPtllaaH to for while the manna nnswered their tabllMied worship, hut lie "No," nnswered the other. "Our most nt such places. The very objections, nnd assured them of God's homo would be much hnppler If my protection nnd care. It wns nlso to bo fact Unit lie linN .tahltshed nml hnshnnd didn't get tho lights nnd the n test of their obedience. churches here nml there lit im doorbell all mixed up owing to his ImI. It must be gathered freshly each I urgent mil to nil mrn nml women to pression tlint he Is a natural-borelecplace themselves In tliu way of nnlvn day. It would not keep until morning, trician." tlon. While no one enn save himself, much less could one gather n week's The Bureau of Markets Lists Leased Wires to Gather Market Information yet nil cull put themselves In the wny supply on n slnglo day. Neither will An Expert. Which Goes to More Than 50,000 Individuals In 32 States. of salvation hy attending church, rend hnlf n dozen chapters read on Sunday Mr. Shears (In n Jeweler's shop buysulllce for our spiritual needs all the lug the lllhlo, etc. ing diamonds) my husband I wish 2. Listening to tlio preaching of the week. I were here. ngents fchould npply to the Bureau of II. Knelt person mast gather the Word of G(k1 (vr. 13, 14). Jeweler Is he nn authority on diaMarkets, Department of Agriculture, mnnna for himself. No foraging l'nul took ndvantage of the oppor sqtind monds, madam? Washington, D. C. could gather for tho wholo tribe ttinlty whkli wits given him liy the Mrs. Shears Not exactly; he Is an any more than the pastors of n city assemblage of this Krotip of devoted editor, nnd knows pnste whenever he W'E I ITTTTTTT1 I l IT ri'iTT'il women to prench Christ to them. He enn gather tho spiritual food needed sees It. Pearson's. by their congregations. There Is n :; BETTER TO DRILL THAN i: wiih nlert for imd prized highly the opblessing In tho gathering which tho In tabs B. The dotted lines represent portunity to tell tlio people about A Tempting Morsel. "CHECK WEAK SEED CORN :: : cannot nfford to miss. the edges of the covers, and with these He knew nlso how perilous dividual Clirlst. "My, what n beautiful Hon tamer P III. The manna was suited to the as a guide it is a simple matter to Service by Department of Agr- I J Where necessary to plant ! ! It wnn to neglect to witness for Christ "A stunning creature." needs of nil. The strong nnd the snip away corners A with a pair of at n time when unsaved people nre weak, "The lions show almost human Intelweak seed corn, checking Is not J iculture Aids Shippers, Dealthe nged and the young, found scissors. Tabs 11 should bo as wide ligence." together. The opportunity Is God's ' as satisfactory as drilling, ac- - ! ! It alike suited to their tastes and as the book Is thick, and the full depth cull to prench Clirlst. "How Is that?" ers and Growers. cording to specialists of the J ; needs. And this manna diet was fur of the margins, and should be located "They eye her as If they thought X Ilrr hrnrt wns opened by the ! ', United States department of ag- nished by Ood during all the forty In tho center of tho top and bottom she looked good enough to eat" Lord (v. 14). J; rlculture. Plant right nt first years of thrlr wandering In tho wil margins. Cut obliquely, as shown. The Individual mny plnco himself derness. No wonder they called It HELPING OUR UNCLE HENRYS ! plant the extra amount of seed After folding over the tabs, place In the wny of snlvntlon hy coming "bread from heaven" nnd "nngel's the opened book Inside of The Reel Thlno. ; ' at first, for replanting means ad- - I ', the margins, ratlencc Who's tho near to the means of grace, and tlio food" for bo It was. dltional work, lato planting, and and fold flaps O, then flaps D, over on you at the movies everyguy I see with week? preacher mny prench the Word of (lod. Bureau of Markets Shows Dally Pic- ; ; uneven and late maturity. Drill- - ! ! IV. Ono peculiarity of their Bupcrna to the covers (Fig. 3). Daub glue or Patrice Isn't he the "goods,'' but there Is no hopo of snlvntlon until tnral food was this, that when they mucilage upon the under side of the ed corn Is easily thinned. Har-ture of Conditions Throughout ; rows or cultivators can be used ! '. the heurt Is opened by the Lord (John came to measure what they had gath- end of flaps D, and press down upon though? Country Guesswork In Ship"He's not so bad. But, tell me, who While the snlvntlon of ered, the most eager and Industrious flaps C. 6:4 1. 4.1). In thinning by driving across J ping Is Eliminated. Is he?" ; every one Is dependent upon this fcov- - hnd nothing over, nnd the corn rows. Without tho loss i ! Cloth Jackets are more durable than the feeble had "Why, he's my reel steady." trclgn net of the Iord, yet we enn be no lack. of time, the thinning can proceed J paper ones. Gray or brown cambric The station agent at Highland wired J for several weeks while the corn . sure thut he Is willing nt nil times to This was certainly miraculous. But his division superintendent "four cars MORE COMING. do flits for those who, like Lydla Is being cultivated nnd Is grow- no moro so than the way In which God strawberries to Chicago." The super- ! lng, but replnntlng Is altogether i place themselves In the wny of his Illumines the Word and applies It to intendent added these four enrs to figsaving grnce. unsatisfactory and usually un- our dnlly needs. ures received from other station profitable. 4. She was baptized, (v. 15). agents, and wired the total to the deA minister once told me that he This ordlnnnce follows belief In returned from vacation with a heavy 4) partment of agriculture at Washing11 H H Chlrst. The Invnrlnhle rulo In the heart. He wns nearly sixty, and not ton. enrly church wns for believers to be strong physically. lie seemed to have Make Sweet Potato Flour. Tho agent at Highland wondered bnpttzed. While there Is no salvation no message for his people, and ho felt Sweet potatoes, dried and ground why anyone should want to know In tho wnter of baptism, yet hearty that ho ought to resign. about cars of strawberries moving to Into n flour In nn ordinary kitchen obedience should be rendered In this Chicago. A few years ago his Undo coffee grinder, can bo used In a variety One morning nt devotions ho read. rwtwet (Acts 2:38-41- : 8:12: Mark 10 Henry had "gone broke" raising of ways In cooking. Specialists of tho Tho Lord shnll mcreaso you more 10). Lydln brought "tier household to and more," He cnught a glimpse of strawberries becauso he couldn't sell United States department of agriculClirlst. This Is as It should be. Sho tho boundless resources of grnce nnd them for enough to pay his expenses. ture believe that In many localities showed signs of the new life, in that glory which God had In store for him. While he was wondering about this, where sweet potatoes are abundant she expressed gratitude toward those He cried out: "Oh! wife, I haven't messages were coming to Washington the making of sweet potato flour In who hnd been Instrumental In liar con got to go, after all." When sho asked from all railroads and soon word was . tho home may furnish a practical way version (v. Id) by constraining them what the verse meant, ho sold: flashed back to points in producing sec- ' to save the sweet potatoes from spoil- to share the hospitality of her home. "Don't you see? It means that an old tions showing that a total of 40 cars of lng. Tho flour will keep well In dry, II. How the Phlllpplan Jailer Be minister with n new experience Is betstrawberries were on the way to Chi' containers. To make the flour tho potatoes gan the Christian Life (w. cago, and that comparatively few shipter for n chunJh than a new minister HISTORY 1. The occasion (vr. 25. 20). L ments wero going to other Important should first bo cut Into small lengthwith nn old experience." It was easy wise pieces nnd thoroughly dried. A The casting out of the spirit of dl then to take up the work, nnd the last markets. small drier that fits on top of the vlnatlon from the damsel landed l'nul I knew ho wns serving God successShipment Diverted. dress lining Is the best material to oven or warming closet of a range or "The fools are not all dead." fully In the same church. In prison. The pain of bleed and Silas 'Forty cars will swamp tho Chicago gas stove can bo used. an electric "That Isn't the worst of It; they For devotlonnl uses tho Psalms are use. Cut the cloth In exactly the same lng backs, nnd of feet In storks, kept market tomorrow," said a strawberry fan Is available It will If way as described for tho paper Jacket aren't all born yet." servo adralr-nblthem from sleeping: but not from perhaps the best, because they cover man, who received tho wlro from (Fig. 2), but The nut knife of a meat grinder praying nnd singing. The Lord beard so wide n range of experience In tho flaps together Instead of pasting the Washington, nnd ho reached for tho nlso enn be used for this purposo their prayers nnd sent an earthquake morning rend Ps. 10, nnd nt evening thread (Fig. 4).tack their corners with Brown Christening the Baby. telephone. Messages went to railroad Then lace the thread has a lovely baby girl. made by such process can be which shook tho Jail, opened tho doors Ps. 8. If you are going on a Jourofficials to divert certain cars beaded Flour The stork left her with a flutter; back and forth from tho upper flaps kept for some tlmo If put Into a dry tho prison, nnd loosed tho bonds ney, Ps. 121 Is appropriate. of Drown named her "Oleomargarine," for Chicago to other cities where container,, or the flour may bo mado .For he hadn't any but her. The Gospels nlso nro excellent for to the lower ones, as shown In Fig, 4, from the prisoners' hands. strawberries were not abundant. pulling the lacings taut. dry potatoes ns It Is needed. devotlonnl rending, becnuso there wo 2. Tho method (vr. Next day Chicago received, only 20 from the The Jacket shown in Fig. 8 must be dry potatoes makes a He Knew. (1) Visitation of tho supemnturnt come In contact with tho words and made of heavy canvas, enrs of strawberries InsTead of tlvb A qunrtol the because It rerecog cup" of flour? The Foreigner Tho Jailer was nwnkeued works of Jesus. Wo sco how ho lived quires stiffness to bold (w. 40 that would havo gone thero except its shape. The nize titles of nobility In this country? The uso of sweet potato flour In from his sleep by the enrthquake. This In the home and by tho wnysldc, In the dotted lines in Fig. G Indicate tho mar- ane inch American Oh I ves. wo An. for tho market news senico of tho cake or bread making will materially, oarthqunko was unusual In that It cnrpenter'fl shop, and by tho open The women folks can quote their mar bureau of markets. Chicago could reduce tho amount of other flour used. loosed tho bonds from the prisoners' grave. Wo see him In public life and ket valuo offhand and call 'em by their uso 20 cars but not 40, and because The proportions may bo half and half. and In prlvato ministry, nlways tho bands. In bis desperation the Jailer tho other 20 cars went to different nrst names. sugar could snmo, novcr hurried, never worried, alwas about to commit suicide. This markets many growers received checks When used In cakes tho Sweet potato ways thinking of others and novcr of wns averted by l'aul's assurance that gavo them a profit on their ship also be reduced a little. that Quite Modern. flour Is useful as a thickening agent, all were safe. Tho fact that tho doors himself. Wo seo him playing with the T got tired of his electrocuting ments. having tho same value In this respect wero opened nnd tho prisoners free children, watching tho hens In tho Helping the Uncle Henrys. around." as cornstarch. Recipes f,or the usa-o-f escaped, showed him doorynrd, nnd tho birds on the trees, and yet no ono Guesswork In marketing of fruits "What do you mean by that?" Bwcet potato flour have been tested that something unusual had occurred. tho growing grain and fading flowers. "It Is moro than to say and vegetables has gone. The market nnd found to bo excellent by food speTherefore, he came trembling and In everything ho saw God's lovo. news service Is working for many cialists of the United States departthat bo Is hanging around." If It bo naked how much ono should prostrated himself before l'aul and "Uncle Henrys" and also for dealers ment of agriculture. read nt a tlroo for devotional purposes, Kilns. nnd consumers. No ono profits when Cruel World. answer: Itead until your heart (2) Tho great question (v. 80). In Dubber now did he lose his hear n city receives moro of any fruit or When Canning for Market t V ing? presence of tho supernatural ho burns. You may read a chapter or a ) tho vegetablo than it can consume, and Housewives and canning club mom cried out, "What must I do to bo sav- book or a slnglo verse, but read, If Qubbcr Somcbodv matin thn r- - as n means of correcting such a condl bers who wish to sell their canned ed)" One's salvation Is not far oft you can, until you nro consciously In mark that money tnlks and he tried Hon It Is necessary to know how much products aro urged by tho bureau of when ho utters this cry with sincerity. touch with God, and then with tho Fato hear it even whisper. produce Is en routo to that city. markets, United States department of ther's morning kiss upon your lips, (3) The vltnl answer (vv. 31, 82). Tho market news senico for fruits agriculture, to study their markets at Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ," you nro ready to meet tho outsldo ggww i From Experience. and vegetables, with Its many agents tho beginning of tho season and pack la tho only way to bo suved. world. "Why .do you say Harold is of an and with nsslstanco from railroad olll according to local demands for differSomo people fed that they cannot wuy Though tho (Acts 4:12). ungenerous miture?" ctals, gives dally a plcturo of market ent products. Secure orders for canned of salvation Is restricted, It Is simple sparo tlmo for tho morning watch, but "Becauso he Is tlio only man I was conditions throughout tho country for goods beforo putting them up, Is tho question whether any child of God nnd easy. No ono who has believed ever engaged to who Insisted on get both shipper and dealer and places ndvlco of tho specialists. Small lots on Christ hns failed to recelvo It. Tho can afford to do without It Our souls ting back his ring." this plcturo In tho form of a typed re of nonstandardlzed products are diffifaith was not blind faith, for need to bo fed dally as well as our Jailer's port In tho hands of all persons Inter cult to sell oxcept among local buyers they spako unto him the word of tho bodies, and tho Blblo Is tho soul's propNo Greek for Him. ested. Tho bureau of markets uses and aro not purchased by the army, Lord, and to all that wero In his house. er food. "Do you admlro the classics? leased wires to gather this Informa- navy, commercial dealers, or any do beIt Is a good plan when ono has rend They were taught Uto meaning of "No," answered Uncle Lowbrow. tion and furnishes market nows, In partmcnt of tho government a chapter to ask oneself: lief In Christ. nomc-cannc- d "When It comes to dancln gimme an cluding prices and supplies, to more food can bo kept over 1. What Is tho subject of this chap (4) Tho evldcuco of a transformed clog." than 00,000 Individuals In 82 states. from ono season to the next and thosa ter? Ufo (vv. 83, 31). gin to leave outside of the bookcovers, Tho reports, which are Issued simul- who havo not sold their goods havo 2. Is tbcro any exumplo In It for mo also tho linos on which to1 fold. The (a) Ho was baptized (v. 83). As Continuous. taneously In many cities and In pro- reserves to draw from for their homo on Christ ho to follow? believes Boon as ou top and bottom margins should be They used to stop a battle ducing sections, covered In 1017, 21 table. It Is good policy, say the spe8. Any error for me to avoid? wants to bo baptized. Inches'wIJe, the aide margins 3 Inches for breakfast." commodities, Including strawberries. cialists, for tho housewife to provide a 4. Any duty for mo to perform? (b) Ho tenderly washed tlio stripes "Now they don't even halt for the tomatoes, peaches, cataloupes, onions, reasonable surplus beyond the prob wide. Fold the top and bottom mar-- j 0. Any promise for mo to claim? of l'uul and Silas, showing that ho gins over, first, as Indicated In Fig. 7, Saturday night bath." potatoes, apples, grapes, watermelons, able home consumption for the next C Any prayer for mo to offer? wns no longer the brutal Jailer (v. 84). then the side margins; and tack the and asparagus. Each report carries crop year, Whllo tho bureau of mar And remember that ono Terse of under folds of tho ends of the side (c) Ho rejoiced (v. 84). Tho ono Greased. market Information from most of tho kets Is giving aid to producers on maraccepts Christ is filled with Scripture committed to memory, and margins to the folds of the top and who really "The trouble with you Is that you large cities as well as giving shipping keting problems, It says that It Is diffreally believed or obeyed. Is worth bottom margins. The result will be a don't seize your opportunities." Joy. point Information. icult to place producers of small quaa more than a whole book read hastily pocket on each side edge of the Jaoket (d) A transformed home (v. 84). "Ob, I grab at 'em fast enough, but Farmers or others wishing to re titles of different kinds of products la. hp-jitetnd without tbourbt He believed on Christ and (Fl 8). Urn 'em, they're greased." ceive any of these reports from field touch with buyers. and bli household. wa-fe- Teacher of Kngtlsli lllMe In the Moody Illtl Institute of Chicago.) (Copyrlshl. WIS, Wettern Newfpipr I'nlon ) SJNMfSaiOOL Lesson r. IlKV ! Honey and Waffles By REV. HOWARD W. POPE Moody Dible Imlitute. Chicago HANDICRAFT FOR GIRLS By DOROTHY PERKINS (Copyright, by A. Neeljr Hall.) SCHOOL BOOK JACKETS. S Our Part in Feeding the Nation (Pperlal Information Ben-Ice- , Unltrd States Department of Agriculture.) II KlTS.WATI.il. D., HELPING FRUITS AND VEGETABLES TO MARKET SmilgfM I TEXT-Wtioen- evtr freely.-lteve- Hiailall.HaHri MaKrSsaaR " s2 -- . aBaffffffffsfBBafea ymvifmmlmjmt -, i'-- w Self-Hel- ilj-iir- s HmiHiafiialfHwteKtMi huh-tai- ''c fltm n ' J!fS GLUTS PREVENTED IN FRUIT MARKET W ' ', ', '. J ', J '. HIH tt 25-31-). y. r li M d, The Surest Preparation is Training School Pago Eight, THE CITIZEN Wlldle on a six weeks' visit, has returned Wlldie, June 18. Mr. and Mrs. lo a camp In Mississippi, Rov. Hoberl Richardson of Red Lick J. II. Branaman of Conway are visitpreached at tho Chrustlnn church Saturday night and Sunday with largo attendance each time. Panola Panola, Juno 17. After nn absence of 13 years in the west, A, J. Elder, of Rcdlands, Cal., is visiting the family of lit rousin, C. M. Rawlings, Idle-wiFarm. Before returning, ho will visit llorea, his Imyhood ,,omp p, onp of th ,,ionccri, of Berea. Miss Ethel Kindred Is at homo for a short stay. Sho has hern with relatives in Illinois for two years. Miss Alice Rcvis Is visiting her brother in Illinois. ,, grnM nro ncC(linR rain Crops i(a,ily.Holon French is still very ld Juno 20, 1019. East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else No corrnpondenc In puMlthrd unlMi il(ml In full bj O writer. The nimf n rrldf nc of iood faith. Write plalnlr not for publication, but JACKSON COUNTY McKeo McKcc, Juno 17. Crops In this neighborhood aro looking very well, considering the long spell of drought: gardens nro needing rains badly-Mrs. Hornsby of Durning Springs, accompanied by thrco of her children, is visiting her son, Dr. W. B. and Mrs. Hornsby of this placc-M- oss Farmer, who has been, attending school ot Maryvillo College, Tenn., is homo for vacallon-Hu- gh M. Collier, lately called Into service from McKce, Is now at Camp Sherman, Chlllicothe, Ohio, llo has been assigned to the Ofllcers' Training Camp as second lieutenant. Miss Lucy Ramsey visited her mother at Turkey Foot Saturday and Sunday Lloyd Moore, w.ho has been in school at tho Eastern Slato Normal, has relumed home, Miss Sula Llewellyn is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Joe Oliver, In Bcrea. Mr. and Mrs. James Hayes of Goochland visited his fathor, I. R. Hayes, Saturday and Sunday. Rev. Hannibal Morgan will fill his regular appointment at the Christian church here, on the fourth Saturday and Sunday. Misses Edna and Tholma Jackson of Berca are visiting relatives In McKeeMlss Virginia Engle, who has been attending school at Berea College, is home for vacation. Miss Lillian Stamm has resigned her position as teacher In the high school department of Mc-K- ee Academy and has gone home. ESTILL COUNTY BEREA, ICY. Iron Mound ton of Station Camp visited Mrs. Up lo date Laboratory and X Ray Equipment Iron Mound. Juno 17. The drouth Lucy Colo and family from Satur SPECIALTIES day until Sunday. James A. Fry still continues tjn this immediate Ilacteriologiit Obi'etrici and Gynecology Surgery is worse again. Claude Reed and neighborhood and lots of farmers DR. ALSON BAKER DR. M. M. ROBINSON family and Miss Rcther Winkler of are not getting out the amount of DR. B. F. ROBINSON this place visited Art Winkler and tobacco calculated. Tho stork visit- -i family at Wisemantown Saturday ed tho home of Robert Palmer and and Sunday Wo aro glad to say wife, presenting them with another that Mrs. Annie Chastccn is still boy, the nth; this Is the sixth boy., Second Growth Black Oak Spokes improving. Rollie Golden of Brass- - Ethel Fielder is home from Berea '1 e r rtrt wr tArtA .........a ' ... I.,.!., Held passed thru here Monday with whoro she has been nltcndins, l3 a nice bunch of fat hogs which ho school. Willie Henderson of Clark, ?,xi io incites long $15 00 " " " """ purchased from parties on Crooked County was in this neighborhood 16 inclirs long $30.00 3xy D'clivered to our yard at Berca, Ky. Creek. Plowing and hoeing is the last week buying milk cows. Vernal order of the day, while the dry Etta Sparks spent the last two weeks STANDARD WHEEL CO. weather prevails, rain is badly with her sister in Clark Coun'y. CITIZEN and its Success to THE. needed. READY many readers. Blue Lick who ought to know, now think that ORDNANCE EQUIPMENT FOR, SOLDIERS LEAVING Blue Lick, June 17. "A dry Juno our well is the best they ever saw. LETCHER COUNTY for a good crop year." Assuming Sturgeon FOR FRANCE Polly this axiom for tho premises and Sturgeon, Juno 17. The Sunday- - The Army Ordnauco Department -- Rev. Monroe SCnfM)ifl an,i ong services at Bcth-- a has llius Polly, June taking it as their slogan. Uio farmers far met every demand imlarge crowd preached lo ,.nii tovni Oak every Sunday posed by tho new program for overare cultivating their dry and dusty com fields and resetting acres of Sunday. Mrs. X. E. Nicco has been , ln.m . m nrui n.oo p. m., arc at seas shipment of American troops, Carico dead and wilted tobacco plants, oc on tho sick list. Mr. and Mrs. II. jon,je(j ny large and Interested according to a statement by tho having Carico, June 17. We are casioned by the continued drouth. .1. Clay and family and Miss Joseph gro,)p!! 0r progressivo citizens. It Despite tho great accela very .severe dought in these parls; no rain having fallen in this sec Bouillon were visitors at E. D. S(,orn, everybody (appreciates eration in the sending of American potatoes and oats are very early tion since tho middlo of May. Oata Polly's Sunday. B. F. Holbrook Is aniI pnj0ys the serv ices of Rev. Sam-lui- forces to Franre. no infantryman near gone. Died the 15th inst, tho from Berea, where ho has been up) c nice. Our neighbor, Miss goes nboanl ship without a United are damaged beyond redemption and wife of Horace Hundley, with gardens arc liko tho great German nltenling school. People are getting Elpj w(0 becamo a Red SLites Model 1017 rillo (modified dropsy. She leaves four children drive, at a standstill; all progress along nicely with corn hoeing. The r'r0M nurse at Camp Upton,' Long Enfield', bayonet, belt, haversack, and a husband and many friends to checked by the relentless and un- - Rev. Mr. Fitch will preach at this Isinnd. Xew York, writes her work pack carrier, bandoleer, bayonet mourn her loss. The remains wero favorable seasons-T- wo couples from place Sunday. Everybody invjlcd. js pPasar,t am health good. L. B. scabbard, nnd full mess equipment. Interred In the Gabbard cemetery. Uiis recently W. B. StallanI has returned home. prftwpr amj family visited his Tonnage Is a limiting facW. H. Roberts and family wero Richmond and were united in Mr. and Mrs. Letcher Collins at- - faii,rr-in-laM. C Hughes. Sunday, tor in the shipment of ordnance mavisiting relatives at Grccnmount last marriage, John Major Johnson and tended church at this place. Ifornshy and Strong sisters terial over-sea- s, especially hecauso Saturday and Sunday; they also Alice Hill, Mrs. Mary Roberts and were welcome visitors Sunday at of the present necessity of increasChapel went to church at Cornelt Rev. Joseph Damrall of Wallace-to- n. PULASKI COUNTY ie home of Mr. and Mrs. J. ing the transport of infantry regiand enjoyed a fine sermon from Bro. Miss Barr of the Academy of Walnut Grove ments. Spence. Messrs. Clayton Woodard of Lilly. Sunday-scho- ol Berea College, accompanied by Miss Grove, June 17 We have br,,,, Chester Cronk and Walter S"unirient supplies of artillery was organized at Flat Top la3t Sunnnd Amerand Evans of Green Hall, attended church French-mday and also a singing to be taught at New Hope, Sunday. Rev. John- ican heavy railway artillery aro George Langdon. Everyby Bro. son nnd Moderator R. C. Roberts nro already In France to meet the presbody come. Uncle Gilbert Reynolds USE conducting a series of meetings this ent demand. Sufficient machino has returned from a week's visit week nt New Hope. Wo aro glad to guns are also immediately available with Sam Roberts at Farristown. have Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Hughes, who for American forces in France. He is in very poor health. S. R. Prior to the war the Treasury havo been in Dental College at getting his Roberts came very near 150,000 ;4pproxima,tely Louisville, home again. Mrs. Malilda prepared house burned last week; fire caught COUNTY MADISON Bob cheeks nnntially for tho payment of Evans nnd Grover visited IT'S the stove, but by vigorous from Coyle Evans of Privett Sunday. Missscs interest on registered bonds of nil work, tho house was saved. Mrs. Coyie. Juno 15. Wo are having Linnie Wilson and Bertlo Wilson loans, the Issue of Ihese 150,000 BRIGHTER, WHITER AND LIGHTER J. F. Roberts and daughter, Ethel, some real dry weather at present; and Mrs. Mary Brewer of Royal checks being distributed through son, Basil, were visiting everything is needing rain very and little Oak and Messrs. Doo, Tom and Ern- the year. In tho May payment of Than Any Other Brand tho former's father of Moores Creek, much Several from this place at est Sexton of Green Hall attended interest on registered bonds of tho Saturday and Sunday, The littlo tended Berea Commencement. Tlio singing at Bethlehem Sunday. Mrs. second Liberty loan more than infant of G. W. Hetton has been Rev. Mr. Sisk filled Bro. Martin's Malissa Neely entertained to dinner twice that number of checks were very poorly but is bettor. Shin place In the pulpit at Viney Fork, Sunday Mr. nnd Mrs. Lewis Conrad prepared. miite a lot of Saturday and Sunday. There was Sargent, assisted in the Sunday-scho- ol Roberts entertained had considcrbale drouth hero nnd an,i family, The Cooks and Rices According to n statement of tho visitors last Sunday. The honey a largo, crowd present and all enat this place Sunday. Their the crops arc In need of rain. ,.j0yed a fishing excursion to Big Department of Agriculture, there will be short in these parts as joyed the talk given by Bro. Sisk. flow presence, as usual, wafted an in Henry placo, also a sturgeon, Friday. Misses Nannie has been nn actual shorLige of more the bees came very near all freezing Mrs. J. M. Powell and niece. Miss spiration and encouragement to our former Carter nf this student of Berea, has enlist- - j.vans and Lovada Holbrook attend than 2.000.000 tons of sugar annually to death last winter. Margaret Hale, visited in Irvine work. Bud Moore and family from ed in the United States Army and ,., singing Sunday at Royal Oak. since the war began. Prior to tho from Tuesday until Thursday of this Rogersville were visitors at Blue is stationed at present al fori Messrs. Lester. Robert and Daniel war practically all tho belligerent Parrot Murray of Parrot, Juno 17. Tho drought week. Mrs. Elizabeth visiting her Lick Sunday. T. J. Flanery sus- Thomas. Chas. Thompson Georgo nook nvide n business trip Saturday countries except the United KingKingston has been tained serious bruises by falling over Stevens, drafted selects, havo been 0 Botner. Rev. Samuel C. Rice, dom nnd Italy exported sugar, tho which has been on this part of tho county for three weeks still con- daughter, Mrs. Willie Munday. a cliff Saturday night while out inducted into military sorvicc. Wilson. Bud Thomas and Dcl- - total amount being moro than 3,000,-00- 0 wife have moved fox hunting. Elmo Flanery sends Srott Hansford has purchased him na0 B. Cook contemplate a fishing tons, fn 1018 it is estimated that nPrt tinues. Crops aro suffering badly, Gordon Powell and his address in full from Franco: 16lh a new "Ford." so you can see tno irjp j0 t10 Kentucky River Wed the allies must import n minimum especially oats and potatoes. Liz- on Hugh Murray's place. Aero Squadron, 2nd Aviation EnsL dust rising at all times thru tho day. neslay. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Cook of 1.200,000 tons. Dreyfus zie Hurley will teach tho Letterbox Dreyfus, June 10. A serious ac Center. Tours, Franco. Tho first Henry Farley of Danville. Ind., entertained to dinner Sunday, Mr. Black Lick sohool this year. to paid his cousin, A. S. Fnnloy, a and Mrs. Ligo Smith and Miss Dahlia MEAT RATION CUT IN GERMANY; school Is vacant on account of the cident happened Saturday altcr- - time that ho has been permitted HOG STOCKS DWINDLE visit and relumed home Prof. Hughes nf Green Hall. Someone can scarcity of teachers. A brand new noon, to Wess Rose and Rollen Rose reveal his location. In Bavaria, tho monthly moat rafiillis Colson Is teaching vocal music help this community by buying that baby boy visited the homo of Mr. and two Todd negroes on the bridge ROCKCASTLE COUNTY at the Poplnr Grovo church. Wheat smro 0f the new threshing machine, tion has been cut 20 per cent from and Mrs. Richard Price, on June the between Thomas Baker's and DroyConway fub. They were intoxicated and harvest is now on hand; farmers ro- - owned by John S. Picrson, who is 1,000 to 800 grams according lo ninth. They call him Vernon. , ,.,, Conway, Juno 17 Wo aro having ' tll0 vIcI(i win bo very unable to servo us. hecauso of ro- - German newspapers. Tho monthly wero services at A. B. Gab-bar- running their automobile in full There "wcns,jB0O()Mrs Jolm Marcumi ono Far- - cent army draft. Edward K. Cook meal ration in saxony nas Dcen ro- speed, when thoy lost control 01 somo dry wcatticr-Jam- es Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. John Johnston visited at Bert it nnd upset tho car off tno Dnugo. at rairview, Had tno mtsioriuno ori,py aml Efrlo Carler ilav0 bccn on nn(, wifp nco Mryl0 Knriey aro duced from 800 lo 700 grams. Publlo destroyed by flrolnn gick ilst this week Our bust-- , spending this week and next with officials are reported In tho Prussian Summers Saturday night and Sun- Wess Rose received a broken leg getting his house Robinson Hos- last Saturday afternoon; nothing was nj, Inaij carrPr on tho r0l,t0 fr0in relatives and friends at Walnut press as discussing tho possibility day. Mrs. Rosa Hundley departed and was taken to tho Rollen Koso is saved. Mrs. T. L. Gill has been sick vVnlnut Grovo U) Eubanks, has pur- - Grove. Pulaski County, of a further reduction of tho broad this life on Juno 14th. She leaves pital at Berea,. ration In Prussia. seriously hurt; ho was taken to tho for tho past week and also her littlo 'chased an automobile convoynncoi a husband, four children, other iiaugnior, i.ucio. arvin unu ul"tto carrv tho mall In. Dallas Carler WAR BRINGS HUGE DEBTS TO A Munich paper reports that from relatives, and friends to mourn. homo of Owen Lake and is not tho beginning of tho war lo March MANY NATIONS to live. Ono negro received Gerlrudo Bailey, two popular young- and John G. Farley mado n trip to, Burial took placo in tho Gabbard Tho London Economist for Feb- 1, 1018, Bavarian hog Blocks havo do- gravo yard. Wo wero sorry to hear a broken arm and tho other somo sters of Conway, surprised their Elrod last Saturday and returned by eloping nad getting Sunday. ruary places tho total gross debt of creased from 2,100,312 to 705,391 of tho death of Carlos Carmack, slight bruises about tho head. Will many friends constable, found seven married. Mrs. Luther Cox has been Great Britain nt 5.078,000,000 pounds, head. The Danish hog census shows which occurred on Laurel Fork, Lear, tho somo bettor. There will f $27,030,000,000). a decrcaso from 1,051,000 hogs July when ho was thrown from a log quarts of liquor In tho wreck; tho sick, but is OWSLEY COUNTY at Conway noxt Satur Tho French minister of finance, 12. 1017, to 780,000 Docembcr 5, 1917. train. Ho leaves a wlfo nnd two negroes wero arrested and placed bo church by tho Rev. Bon Crider Island City tho numin presenting tho budget for 1013, nr a decrease of ono-thiohlldren, father and molhor, and under bond. Earl Klmberlaln and day night Island City, Juno 17 Tho oil men estimated the public debt of Franco ber at tho beginning of tho war. to Winston Coylo and several otnera of Harlan County. eleven brothers, and sisters Conway, Juno 17. Tlio weather is havo leased all tho land in this vl- mourn. A sad accident occurred at nro very sick with measles. Mr. and rojoiclng still continuing very dry. Tho eropsleinlty; U belongs DEPARTMENT PUBLIC ROADS tho home of Bob Gaines' last Wodnes Mrs. Frank Winkler aro going to die for tno want oi FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY J Tho public debt of Italy at tho day evening, when their littlo boy over tho arrival of a gi,l, born nro rs. Lucy uciuon was cuueu. " and raln.-MEtornal maintenance is tho prlco end of 1017 is estimated at about (about four years old) set flro to .Tnn 15. Harrison Lunsford ae- to Lou IsvUIo last Friday wo must pny for good roads. a5.000.000.000 lire ($070,000,000. a pile of shucks In an old crib.l Morris MoNelly were called for -- Z y Good roads means prosperTho debts of tho central powers June 25, and Boyd count oi mo i mess or oer "Tu . Tho flro sprang up with such ra- -l military service camp, James Lear, who is not expccicu w follows: Germany. ity tomorrow. pldity that, before tho flolks In tho Lakes left last week for somo Dellla Goad and little looks dry- -T ho peop o A farm with poor roads is cerfield could reach him, ho was) -- Raymon Roso. who has been homo livo.Mrs. J tainly a heavy burden. 5.70I,000.000. : Am'. "auelr: ner mouier, mrs. ". are visiting our own pub o debt s now Hns tho Good Roads fover reachDean at this placoOscar Gadd is Methodist unurcn, oonaue cj by tno n(, $8i000ifK)0i000i ,)ut moro than ed your homo yet? Mr. Young.Whoat harvest is , v. , , , expecting to be called for army ( (J A good road is tho aventio that -n v l i ii l uiiv Limi:jaHj mi vnuiioi i comto tho allies. It is estimated that gives now life lo a FARMS IN INDIANA listed for sale, That I havo LOTS OP FINE oitlzen of Conway, got his houso Everybody seems to bo doing their of tho lotnl net expenditures of tho munity. will every ono a bargain. Wrlto and tell me your wants, I and burned last Saturday; pcoplo aro host to mako plenty of Bluff that tho United States for Uio fiscal year How long and woary Is tho rOad Oil Uio then describe to you what I havo. I feel sure I can John McNow neods of tho people may bo supplied, 1018, oxclusivo of our advances to back homo after a hard (trip to sorry for them-M- rs. and family wero tho guests of Mr. and that our soldiers may bo fed- - tho allies, moro than one-ha- lf bill. will town on a bad rood. Thero havo been sovcrai visitors and Mrs. James Taylor Sunday, Thero aro none who have such he defrayed by taxation, according poor highways as those who WILL Hurrah for Tho Citizen, for wo cer-- ero from (different points, lo look to tho Treasury Department. 1,10 now,y developed well; men Indiana on talnly do enjoy ILI! not havo good ones. Deputy, burned so badly that ho diod in a few hours. Dr. Jointer, of East Herosladt, was called, but could do nothing. Burial took placo in tho Cornelius gravo yard, near Mt. Zion. Tyner Tyner, June 10. Farmers havo an got tnoir corn oui or uio nrsi weeds. Wheat harvest Is on hand now, sovcrai uays earner man com- mon; a good crop is rcporieu, a m.u some news nro ciamagcu auoui nan on account oi nisi noo snmu-i- .m continued drought of tho past week has damaged young grass, Irish potatoes, oats, and our gardon vegetables. All tho children of Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Jones, deceased, living in this county, met at the old homestead today for a family reunion, and spent an cnjoyablo day. Wm. and Coleman Roynolds returned homo yesterday, after ten weeks' attendance In school at Richmond. W. N. Goodman and family sponl tho week end at Clovcrbottom. G. A. Jones is slowly Improving, nnd tho chances aro he may get well. Thieves broke into Frank W. Jones' house the other night and got away with a good $36, repeating shot gun. Mrs. Mar A. Vaughn, on her 41th birthday, presented her husband ith a ten pound girl. Born lo Mr. and Mrs. Riley Cook, a girl. Herd Herd. Juno 15. Dry weather still continues-Gardcn stuff is looking very bad. The Misses Myrtle and Icy Farmer entertained a crowd of, young folks Saturday night, June 1; all attended church at ML un load on Sunday. Mrs. E. B. Flanery and son, Thcssie, attended tho deco ration at Pilgrims Rest last Sun day. Conlcy Flanery returned to Lexington last weeK, after a lew days' visit with homo roues. miss nro- m.a .Marina raru.L thers of Gray Hawk visited relative, at this nlaco last Saturday and Sun Jay. The Mlssc3 Pearl and Maggio Wyrick gave a party last Saturday nighL Quito a crowd was present and all reported a nice time. Bob. Farmer and littlo daughter, Allle, of Hamilton. Ohio, aro visiting re- iniivm n. this nlaco. There will hn church at ML Gillead me 4Uii Saturday and Sunday in this month. The Rev. James Lynch will preach. Everybody come out and hear Mr. Lynch. pnnni. Juno tjEb. Cox of , the nrnnri. ntu! fnmii.. l...,,, nf ti,r,Ipn r.nx from Fr dav until Sunday The littlo infant of Willie French is very ill and Is not expected to recover. Squire Wa . jow ing Julia Branaman and family this Is progressing week. Sunday-scho- ol nicely. Everybody come to Sunday-rho- ol nnd let's make It better-- Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Dowell nnd rblttlren of near Ml. Vernon, spent Srlurday night and Sunday with Mr ami Mrs. W. A. Coffey and family Wo want to rail in Bro. Masters' appointment; he sent a card telling us he woiUd not be hero to preach the fourth Saturday and Sunday of this month, but would como nt a Inter dale. Ho will let us know.-- Mr anil Mrs. Harrison Brannaman went Mrs. R. II. to Berea Saturday. Lewis nnd Miss Belle Jones attended the War Savings Speaking nt Mt. Vernon. Saturday. There will be a War Savings speaking hero June 27, at 8 p. m.; tho speakers will he L. W. Bethiirnm, C. C. Davis, and Rev. Gordon Manes?. ROBINSON HOSPITAL AND (inc.) Training School for Nurses WANTED! m & as ,,., ek to-d- ay w. ' Hol-Wal- 155-m- POTTS' GOLD DUST FLOUR d's mm ed .. m.-"- rd ?rr iWijySX - - 7'' 'u r ,"",.. vr ss, REMEMBER R. E. PETERS i, !: ,.yi to-da- scr-,no- -- run-dow- Everybody Invited to Berea July Fourth