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Devoted, to the Interests of tibie I The. Citizen jMjo-uun.ta.i- ii IF. I IF, A, People KpNCE and Iho way to keep up with modorn Knowledge; is lo read a good Newspaper. Is Powor Knowledge, MADISON COUNTY, kKYITCKY, JI NE 27, 1918. Ono Dollar per Year. No. 52. Great Fourth of July Celebration In Berea you live within driving distance of Hercn, you enn't find a better place to spend the 4th than on the greens of Herea. It will he a treat Tor you from start to finish. Watch for the bills showing the following attractions in detail ; Professor Dodge will deliver a patriotic address; Miss Nash, of Wilmore, will furnish entertainment to be given by members of her Public Speaking class. ArrangeIf Iix-Gov. IN STATE YANKEES Gfl.N FRENCH WORLD NEWS The Austrian drive against the Italians has resulted in a had failure. The Austrian have been beaten Petain's Troops Make Gain on nil along the line and at last B A WOOD were still retreating. Tho West Side of Marnc irss or lire was large. IIeay rains Mayor Smith of Louisville Is urg Salient. made the Piavo River a torrent ing a cafe and sane Fourth and has u. S. Troops Win Noar Chateau which swept away tho Austrian ordered prepared an ordinanco, bridges and divided tho army. Thierry Storm Trenches which, if passed, will han fireworks BRITISH REPULSE ATTACKS ments are being made to have McCreary with at Cantigny. absolutely in the celehralion of the Conditions in Viennn. tho capital us, if his health will permit. If he fails, another good day. cily of Austria, are bordering on respeaker from abroad will ht present. Music will be furGermans Fall to Regain Ground Won volt; Large numbers of workers Increased freight rales were put MANY GERMANS ARE KILLED nished by the best talent available; the Boy Scouts will put in munition faclories are striking by the English Near Merrls, on into effect Tuesday without further and bread riots threaten even tho over some of their stunts, under the direction of Mr. Milthe Flanders Front Raids royal palace. Order is preserved Hundreds of commodification. Harass Huns. ler. The day will close with a splendid picture show, in plaints have heen received and Gen. Pershing Reports Heavy Losses only by armed forces. Unable to the Chapel, with an admission charge of tun cents; the net Paris, June 22. Grave events are prevent the hearings will he hold on these, Inflicted on the Foe Northwest disorders. Hie Austrian Impending on the Ilrltlsh front, accordproceeds go to the support of the Berea Civic Playground. which a report will he made afler of Chateau Thierry and In ing to military experts, who see In the Cabinet resigned, but were not alSpend the day in a patriotic way. lo the Ilaffroad Administration. the Woevre Region. Intensity of the German cannonade at lowed to lay down their posts. various points the preliminary steps Washington, June 22. Thirty-eigh- t Although the weather has boon Coal dealers cannot raise the prico of new German attack. front-lintrenches oti the It Is pointed out thnt the Fourth ideal for army moves, there has been on coal now on hand, according lo miles of comparative quiet along (he westan order Issued hy Ihe Fuel Ad- western front are now held by Ameri- army fcrotip under Crown Prince The President and his advisers cannot carry on the of Ilnvarla has had leisure ffir ern front dtirine the ministration. Tli" Increased freight can troops, tnemhers of the house miliweek. A Gertary affairs committee weeks the great war alone. They must have a capable and loyal rates which hecame effective Tues- war department olllclal.s.were told by reorganization during In three und Is man attack on the old cily of Ince It was engaged battle, . . - ft congress to support them. day will allow increases only on now ready for a new effort along the m.eiiiis iaiieu completely and post-lioWe are to elect a new Congress next fall, and we coal hauled under the new tariff. have been taken from them at Washington, June 22. 1'ntroln of front the enemy have suffered considerable need to be planning for it early. Many traps will likely It has heen established that units various points along the line, esTwenty citizens of Lancaster have loics northwest of Chateau Thierry of Crown Prince Uupprecht's nnhy pecially by Ihe American soldiers be laid by the enemy, and we shall need to be awake. subscribed for $1,000 each in War nnd In tho Woevre region. General were engaged In the abortive attack at the point of tho wedge. None but men of loyal hearts should be selected Pershing reported In Ids communique. on Helms Tuesday. This Is considered Pavings Stamps. from any district. Wherever loyal majorities may be charge of this workCommitlees in In the Chateau Thierry and Woevre proof by the IIIomme Libre that the Germany has acreed lo a conferhave decided regions nnd In light- - German crown prince's nnny Is tired divided by strong disloyal minorities, men of all parties ence with the United States in reto call thi the "Limit Membership Ing continues. Lorraine artillery and exhausted. gard to treatment and exchange of must unite and choose a loyal man who can be elected Club," as only .I.OOO worth of stamps French Improve Positions. Washington, Juno 22. Thirty-eigh- t can he purchased hy any one indi against all odds, regardless of party. Paris, June 22. French troops car- prisoners. Although Germany does casualties In the American expedition vidua!. ried out operations on the frotm south- not hold many Americans as yet, Our next Congress must be made up of men of abilary forces were announced by tho war west of Solssons which resulted In the it is our purpose o svo (bat they At this critical time ity and unquestioned integrity. New cases of typhoid fever are re department, divided as follows: Sir improvement of their positions In the receive as pood treatment as poskilled In action, one died of wounds, neighborhood of Fnverolles. A similar sible we want a Congress of real statesmen. They must be ported to he developing in Neon, and that they are returned twenty-sovethree from disease, Improvement was effected farther ns quickly as may true representatives of the American people. According aliove Whiteshurp. be done. wounded severely and one wounded, physicians, typhoid perms are thicl; degree undetermined. One hundred south on this front near Uautvesnes. Tho war olllce made these announceTurkey and Hulparia are quarrell-fm- r in Iloone Creek. The people are nnd twenty-sevecasualties In tho ma- ments. Tho statement reads:: "The over the territory which nnl- heinu' cautioned to ue every pre rines attached to the American expediFrench hnve Improved their positions caution to prevent a further spread tionary forces were announced at ma- north of Fuverolles and In the region paria received from Rumania in her We are trying to take care of our dear, brave boys rine corps headquarters, divided ns south of Uautvesnes. A score of pris- recent treaty with Germany. This of the disease. who are in the war. Wc send them socks and Bibles and follows: Ten killed In action, nineteen oners remained In the hands of the is a strip at the mouth nf tho'n.innlin died from In action French. bandages and loving greetings and tearful prayers. on the south side and known as With both arm oxlondodllawanl nnd ninety-eigh- t wounds received were wounded sovere- "Tile night was calm on the rest of Doiirudja. And we are not unmindful of their temptations. heaven. Mrs. nice, widow of Wal iy. Thus far, Hulparia has the front." A nice, who was shot and killed shdwn a disposition to take advanler Any new life is unsettled and exposed to temptations. Yanks Attack Huns. Repel German Attacks. tage of the war to strencthen hoc. hy Oscar X. Johnson last January, With tho American Forces on the "Of course a soldier must drink and swear and gamble," London, June 22. Further extensive elf alone. She has refused to send exclaimed "Thank God." when the Mnrne, Juno 22. American troops la raiding and patrol operations were the Tempter. says jury returned a verdict of guilty of this rector attacked the German lino out by British troops In the Amis Her troops to France to aid GerWe have done a great thing in shutting off the murder in the first degree against northwest of Chateau Thierry during region and on the front to the south, many lliere. But the good people did not dare temptation to Johnson and sentenced him to death the night und mude an advance of towards Albert. Attempts by the Gerof a mile, driving the mans toregnln the ground won by tho y The American airplanes are now tackle too many devils at once, and in concentrating on s in the eleclric chair. Germans from a small pocketon the Ilrltlsh near Merrls on the Flanders being produced in large quantities toliquor they have feared to attack tobacco. The northern side of the Itelleuu uSod. front were repulsed, the war olllce anSomerset suffered a $50,000 fire The Americans occupied tho Ger- nouncement states. The statement and a plan is being considered of bacco dealers have realized this and they are reaping a establishing an air route and flying which oripinated in the restaurant man positions without reslstnnce from reads: rich harvest, liven the Y. M. C. A. furnishes tobacco. of J. 0. Cundiff Company and rapid-I- v the enemy, the Germans having with"During the night we captured a few Hiem across the water, instead of But tobacco is just as poisonous in camp as it has spread, destroyinp the grocery of drawn when the short nad sharp ar- prisoners and machine guns and In- shipping them. The route is to always been. It has the same effect on the heart, and the Waddle and I'hurman, Iho general tillery bombardment Indicated that dicted many casualties upon the enemy start in New Foundland and stopping places will be made at the Azoro In raids and patrol encounters In Ave-lubrain. Some boys find this out in camp exercises. The store of A. M. Mounce, restaurant an infantry attack would follovfc of Lslands and in Portugal. The English Yanks Win at Cantigny. wood. In the neighborhood II. Hopper, shoe shop of James of boys who do not use tobacco can run and jump and With American Army In France, Hehuterne and Hoyelles, und on both are to join in tho plan also. Pence ami .three dwell inps, also handle the air craft better. hadly damaging the procery of June 22. At dawu American tnxfps banks of the Scurpe. But it takes more courage to stand with the few who Several hostile attempts to recapstormed German trenches and A plan to train soldiers from the Tucker and Godby. nests In front of Cantigny, ture the ground gained by us southrefuse tobacco than to face the Germans ! The soldier's states of Central and South America In the Montdldler sector. Those of west of Merrls were repulsed with curse is tobacco. Hrip. Gen. Fred T. Austin, who the German garrison who remained to loss to the enemy.. in tho United States is receivins attention. Such a move would arrived Sundav at Camp Zachary light and curry out their orders to Harass Huns In Raids. """" "Two successful raids were carried have many advantages. Taylor, immediately assumed rom-- II hold tho positions ut any cost were Wo havo England they say, "Every shilltire out In the neighborhood of Locre by the facilities already in workintr In is better to build ten miles of mand as successor to Maj. Gen. killed by rltle and muchlne-guThe Americans also French troops, who enptured several and the mingling of the peoples of ing wasted stabs a soldier In tho road and maintain it than fifty (lrry C. Hale, and will direct Iho aud bayonet. prisoners. The Ilrltlsh nlso took n few all the Americas would took prisoners. miles and fail lo maintain. back." training for artillery service of the do much . . iy -- j prisoners northwest of Meteren. n thousands of drafted men to be "This morning we advanced our llhe to create a better understanding. The American artillery put down a More than 700,000 tons of cereal ;senl to the hie cantonment. Everyone knows host how ho can cap- A force of something like two milheavy box barrage on the reur of tho slightly northwest of Merrls and , reduce his expenses so that he may foodstuffs were shipped to the allies few prisoners and a trench lions of men could be secured in tured enemy positions. A few minutes later A 10 per cent increase in express gun. Two coun- - this way. a have more savings with which lo buy from North America during the the infantry swarmed over the top and mortar and onmachine portions were our new month of May, according to Ihe Food rotes was approved by the War Savings Stamps. Some of tho Gerrushed tho trenches. England is still perplexed in her April shipments state Commerce Commission, and mans had tried to escape through tho successfully beaten off. "The hostile artillery was active effort (o solve the Irish problem. will add about 522.000,000 to the barrage, crashing to their rear, hut It is not enough lo deplore what w( re more than 800,000 tons. gross annual revenues of the Ameri- - few of them got through, for nunier- - with gas shells today In the vicinity of On account of the recent conspiracy the Germans have done. That will Ayetto (south of Arras)." and tlm opposition to conscription, Ihey don't If you actually knew that hy buy- - can Railway Kxpress Company, the o" German dead were found later, not hurt the Germans; lrlsoners raptured declured that !HUNS "ACE" the granting of Homo Rule Is to bo care what you think of them. Help inp onl v those thinps you absolutely consolidated concern which will thy 'aJ orders to ."" put off to a later day. The Irish your Government lo tight them. That needed nnd by putting your savings1 take over the express business! und this was apparent byon,nt desperate Sergeant Frank Baylies Brought Down people of America do not sympais the only thing that counts with a into War Savings Stamps you could July l manner In which they fought. The by Germans Machine Falls thize with the opposition lo conGerman. When you save and buy saves lives, wouPd you do it? Take bnttlo wus short, but deudly, for the In Flames. scription and they think tho people a the word of the President that you As a result of Provost Marshal enemy positions were swept clenn of War Savings Stamps you attack of Ireland ought to come to llie aid General Crnwder's ruling that men1 Germans. The ofllclid report says that German in the place where it hurts. do save lives when you do this. Paris, Juno 22. jergt. Frank Hay-lie- s Fngland at (his time. employed in hotels must seek es - a great many German were killed. of New Bedford. Mass., one of tho of Only 8lxty Huns In Raid. of my subscription to tho dear old sential jobs or fight. Louisvilli CONTENTS "uces" Hying with the American The enemy artillery has been more French army, hus been brought down The speech of (he German EmperPAGE 1. Editorials: "Our Next Con CITI.F.N; as you know, I have taken1 hotel proprietors met to discus tho its first Issue and I hopo to, employment of girl "bell hops" in active on tho Toul sector since the eight miles within tho German lines, or, made on the occasion of his I'ho Soldiers' Curse," it since press, "Fourth of July in Herea." h? nblo to take it as long ns I Hve.an effort to find a solution to tho heavy gassing to which tho Americana following u duel with German airmen, Jubilee, has not been well received subjected them. said a dispatch from the front. Hay-lie- s by tho German press. Ho spoke of Own Stato News. U. S. and ns it is the only means I liavo or, question of lack of help Tho Infantry action has been was uttaeked by four Germans the war as a conflict of two great Hearing from my dear old homo. World News.. however, to an attempted raid. making u lllitht. A French air- systems PAGE 2. What Kansas Did. Fourth Many of my dearest friends and reMany Kenluekians of the former In which only sixty men participated. while of life, the Teutonic and light last witnessed latives are sleeping in the Herea First Stale Guard, now stationed at In spite of tho German official state-- man who machine onthe making saw the Anglo-Saxo- n, and the need of of July Articles; "Italy Queen of tire Baylies' for Cemetery. Camp Shelby, Miss., will return to ment which suld tbut thoy had pene- - the ground. tho Air." Sherm's Dots. continuing Hie fight until tho Anglo-SaxPAGE 3. Herca Collepo Honor Roll Louisville by July ir as students in tinted the American lines nt Setche- civilization was overcome. Tho 4tli of July is coming Just aV u,0 Artillery Officers' Training! P"' PAGE 4. Locals. Exchange Soon. The papers, in commenting, say tho Killed, 800 Germans sure as tho Germans aro going to s0lo0l at Camp Zachary Taylor.' Paris, Juno 22. FrencJi prisoners German people did nnf start In on PAGE 3. Items of Interest. Agriculture: head for Derli,, with Undo Sam anil Fonr (ll0tlS(lMI, nmctr candidates' ,"a?.e: who have been In Oennuny since All- - any such mission as that Thoy PAGE 0. Mountain cust. 1014. will bo exchunged on June were lob the war was only ono of "What Am I Doing?" What his boys on their trail. We are go nre expected to arrive at Ihe school Juno In this sector nra now estl- Expects. Farm ing to have a big day In Derea, and from all parts of the United States lighting at 800 killed and 0,000 24. according to tho Petit Journal. Your Country mated Poultry Houses Cincinnati Mar- a bigger timo if you aro here. by July I. wounded. Sife For Soder, and Sailors." kets. Home Department: Mil- How about taking tho day off and An American consul, returning ,Th WM Attorney Swann New Vork.-Dla- trlct . celebrating? Read somo of tho itary Posts that Were Named for brings with him tho Leaders of the Liberty Loan Leannounced that raids upon 34 hotels In from China, Washington. Hoys' nnd GlrH' good Fourth articles in this issuo iden mot nt. Ilin S'nnlltnch Mondnv cuped which 400 men and women woro dl message that tho people of that declured that a few other American Liberty Food Club, Children's nnd let the old lime spirit get on i..i,. M1i rn 11. ,i..i... reeled to appear before him, were country nre very loyal to tho United , Prisoners uro compelled by the Hum part of a crusudo to make tho city Slates and that Ihey stand ready (0 tlm Inside of you. Come. a.,,.,, Welfare Campaign. onIn nt w.n mo rxoui lines. Lesson PAGE 7. Sunday-schosafe tor soldiers and sailors." A large do nnything that they are asked to Thursday nnd Friday will be Pledgoi ' wrK in You will remember that on tho first days, when it is hoped that not percentage of thone summoned will bo do for the cause of the allies. Thus Notes. Handicrall Temperance for Hoys- .- Hunker Hill Proved day of July the price of I HI, C1TI- - flW()p , BELL subjected to physical examinations un- another great source of man power and! 25,000 LIBERTY IN 7nmo ITrt rw ... WnlMi uttiml .... VPV irina ... V...T. der the provisions of tho amended is opened up in case of need. ... Spirit of Colonists. children of Louisville will prnmlso I Whitney law, be said. News uioei, 11 11 rciius PAGE 8. Kaslern Kentucky Jin. in, in. 11 Camp Olx Pose for Poster buy 85,000,000 worth of War Sav Soldiers at means that your subscription ex logs Stamps before Die end of (he Letters from Nino Counties. to Be Used In Fourth Loan Thirteen counties havo voted tho Three Mess Sergeants Arrested. 50 Campaign. pires July first. You can savo venr. Wsshlnxton. The arrest of three 20 cent Head Tax. Is your county eenls by sending a dollar at Did you over think of our nlly, Camp Dir. N. J., Juno 22. Twtnty-flv- o Mess Sergeants at camps noar Wash- ono pf the thirteen? Head once. Wo havo held tho prico down Vmir rnmmnn iaik. will IaII vnil "Itnly, Queen or tho AlrY thousand soldiers, so grouped as ington, charged with conspiring with ... .. pago two and learn something now. for you Just as long as It was pos- -i ..... to form a human Liberty bell, posed two Washington food dstlers to deslble. and you have had the warn- - thJ be'fore we had Somo people think that a rock bo ht hero for what Is said to be tho lamest fraud the Government, may lead to a get In on tho cheap rale. Inquiry by the War Do road, without maintenance, will enbfl group photograph So writes 0110 who knows: "Ku- lugs to ever taken. Tho nation-widwar w wJ Your b , dosed, find one dollar for renewal Attend to this matter at once if restrlcted and ur gavlngs lnvest. picture will be used In tho Fourth Lib- partnisnt to learn if this sort of thing dure as loiuj as a rock fence you want to earn fifty cents easy. ed . Wnp Is widespread. erty loan campaign. Rlamn. Three IlioOsnnd additional soldiers will He enrolled as pupils in tlm artillery school at Camp Zarhnry Taylor tomorrow. Civilians will he admitted Tor training July 0, next. f.EA LY NILE IN NEAR SGiSSONS HE J rts Our Next Congress 11 e 'Hup-prec- T1 1 J ... ns n l-- ) The Soldier's Curse n enr-rle- d k. s y " - n 11 Inter-Administrati- CAN h" KILL-AMERI- con-line- on Hun-Frenc- h .!caJ.? ' self-defen- ,,!,i o.w r.i r'lnTetXr' V'eJanJ ff ol .... .1 1 1 ... e ,., Fourth of July Celebration at Berea 1 Pago Two. WHAT KANSAS DID THE CITIZEN June 27, lOlfl. Nearly a Hundred-Thousan- d Town RANG OUUIBERTY Men in Harvest field oo.ron rnn. mtiyhe Something If n few IhoiisntMls mni maybe n fw Inspiration to Younger Generation to thousand; nr mil in Ilio Knti- Remember That Doy Cave Signal for m wlirat or will Ih before Peal That Reverberated to the Ends liarvost- June nntl .fitly hnve of the Earth. crop. flift tins ywir's Wltere dws tlii nrtny f liprvel ID you know that n bor. n lmmls come from? Well, where young lad, the graniNon of the !n army of fighters old bellman at ttie state house, ctnme frtn? from kro and Imnks Philadelphia, helped to pro nnd farina ami offices and shop?, claim the liberty of the United States? from ovory trade, every profession, Kvcry hoy In tho country should bo wnlk nf Amerienn life. Just proud that a boy like him wns the one o in Knnn. The army of harvest- chosen to give the slgnnl to "Proclaim liberty throughout ers come? from the villnees nnd ull the Inhabitants the land1" and unto thereof call-in- ?, tnwn9 nml cities men of every The story of this great day Is told In men of every kind, who left n chnrmlng manner In the verses that their town alTnirs for n fey week follow: nml flocked (o farnn for preciolv There was tumult In the cltr. In the UAlnt old Quaker town, Hip snme reasons that their relative And the streets were rife with people Pacing restless up nnd down; nnd friends come to the colors to People gathering at corners. piny n port in winning the war, Where they whispered each to each, using as much outside And the sweat stood on their temples, 'Kansas is farm lnbor as could he secured, of With the earnestness of speech. course, hut that supply U sufficient As the bleak Atlantic currents . ivish io fill only a pnrt of the need. Kan- So they the wild Newfoundland shore. beat against the Stntehouse, sas is doing what everv state has So they surged against the door; And the mingling of done or must do harvest its own the voices crop with iLs own labor, for the Made a harmony profound most pnrt. Till the quiet street Ksnsns' towns have "shut up of chestnuts Was all turbulent shop." so to epenk, durincr the heavy with sound, period of the harvest. Men from towns nnd cities have left their "Will they do it?" "Dare they do oomfy job and professions and are ltT" putting in a few weeks of the tough"Who Is speak- Mafy Queen pme din nlK nnel, war-winni- ng Irhin'- D (wy By GARRET SMITH. est work they ever tackled -- doing it for sheer patriotism, although, of course, they earn harvest-han- d wages doing it to save a food crop, the saving of which is as necessary as the holding of a sector on tji1 fighting line. It is an inspiring picture of pa- liiotism. First the young manhood of a free people freely marching away to fight for the world's free dom; naw the homo remaining man hood leaving desk and shop and turning to the harvest fields, in or der that the fighters, and the civilians sustaining the fighters, may be fed and the fight continuo to a vie torious end. It really means that the Allies have won another great battle that is the true apprisal of this scene in Kansas, where men from every town and city went into physical training classes for a few weeks hardening, and then swept across the grain fields, toiling determinedly not because of compulsion, not because of wago inducements, not because of anything undo. the shining sun except that they are Americans, and therefore are willing and Hushed the people's swelling murmur. eager to work until they drop, if List the boy's Btrong Joyous err! "Iling!" he shouts aloud, "Ring, Grand that will help crush the Hun. pa! Ring! O. Ring for Liberty 1" town women of Kansas volTho And straightway, at the signal unteered for the harvest army, and The old bellman lifts his hand. so did tho boys. And they are work- And sends the good news, making; Iron music through the land. ing tho women peeling potatoes and washing dishes and cooking How they shoutedl What rejoicing! How the old bell shook the air. food for the harvesters; the boys Till the clang of freedom ruffled fitting in at every sort of odd Job The calm gliding Delaware! the torches for which they are sufficiently How the bonfires andrepose. night's Illumed strong or skillful the men thus be And from the flames, like Phoenix, the Fair liberty arose! ing free to devoto their entire en orgy to the actual harvest. For months the United States De partmenl of Agriculture has advo- PRECIOUS OLD FLAG cated for every community and county the policy which Kansas application. Rello of Continental Army, Recently has given stato-wid- o Found, Seems to Have Been The people of Nebraska, Minnesota, Miraculously Preserved. North and South Dakota plan simi lar concert of action as the harvest So great was the Interest shown In In every stato the battlo flag of the Continental army, swings north-war- d. and for every harvest, or crop emer- found between the walls of an old gency, this is tho safo and certain building, that It Is probable an efand patriotic solution of tho farm-lab- fort will be made to have the flag disbuilding as problem tho utilization of played In some public tho Revolution,a permanent memorial of town volunteers to the extent that says the New York Times. farm-labneed3 may require. The banner was found wrapped In the buff and blue uniform coat of a Continental soldier. Moths had conCultivated Rubber, sumed much of the woolen garment, nrltlsli Malayn Is now firmly estab- but the flag, being made of linen, Is lished as the leading country In the still In excellent condition. production of cultivated rubber, and Tho flag was found by Michael La the Industry has added very substan- Vista In an old building which ho tially to the prosperity of the Malay owns. He took the flag to II. M. peninsula during the lust nine or tea Shop" nd of the Dobbs Ferry pubyears. lic school. Mr. I.a Vista says the discovery of the old flat; was a good omen to the cause of the people now! fighting in another war for "Liberty Wives Evidently His Hobby. Probably the modern world's marry-In- n or Death. According to Mr. Shepard. tho flag reconl for men was created by George Wltzoff, tho bigamist, whose was probably carried in tho battle marriages have variously been estimat- of Whito Plains. Reference ot local ed at from 200 to 800. It was report- histories showed that a flag of the ed that in tho space of u single week same dosign had been carried in that! he went through marriage ceremonies buttle. .with ten women. The flag, which is well preserved, though hearing signs of age, measFighting for Truth. Fighting for truth In Its lust recesses ures 2ix3rt inches. Its whito cloth of sanctity, for human dignity sys- has boon yellowed by time. Across, tematically outraged, or for humuu the top is the inscription in black:) "Liberty or Death," the words of rights mercilessly trodden under of such Interests, men first Patrick Henry. Uolow tho motto is of all descry, as from a summit sud- n pair of crossed daggers and abovo denly revealed, tho possible grandeur then a Liberty cap. of bloodshed buffered or Indicted. Thomas DeQutncey. Foolish Worrying. So many things do not matter. In numerable things that we worry over Part of Hr Costume. about or strive for really mako come running to her grand- or fret Besslo whatever, and wo worry dry, pressed leaf, ob- no difference mother holding u them merely gone and fret and strive for viously the relic of a duy long from a stupid sort of habit. And wo by. "I found It In tho big Illblo, have, perhaps, let them Outlier us and grundmu," she said. "Do you 'sposo trouble us aguln and agulu, thinking It belonged to 12ve?" lloston that they mattered, and mattered supremely. Hut do they? Bher-man. or or foot-cham- pions Is quen of tho nlr. Kngland's defense of the sea with her Mammoth Navy; France's heroic Infnntry checking the tlrst onrush of the Hun at the Manie nnd at Verdun ; Amerlcn's vost contribution of materials and money In the past and of fighting reserves In the future, nre matched by Italy's contribution to the allied air navy, which will determine as much ns Hny one factor our tlnal victory over the Teutonic Powers. The general public, amnzed nt the marvelous performances of Italy's nlr fleet during Cadorna's drive over the Alps, at the record breaking feats of ing:" "What's ICesnatl, Laureatl and D'AnnunzIo the news?" and at the wonderful mechanical "What of Adams?" achievements of the great Capronl and "What of Pomlllo planes, still have little realiza"O, grant tion of the vast scope of Italy's God. they won't reachievement In aviation since she enfuse." tered the war three years ago. "Make some way In February, 1015, there were In nil there!" "Let me Italy only 100 aeronautical workmen. nearer!" "I am stmingl" When that country entered the war a "8Ufle then; few weeks she possessed altoWhen a nation's gether only later flying 80 machines and life's at hazard. We've no time to those mostly of the French type. Hut think of tnenl" the Itnty of poets and siegers Is also tho Italy of mechanical genius, of Mar-coBo they beat against the portal and Tesla, of Capronl and PoMan and woman, maid and child: And the July sun in heaven mlllo. Seeing with a clear vision that On the scene looked rtnwn nml mllitA. the fate of civilization lay largely In earns sun uiat saw tne spartan the supremacy of the nlr, and particuShed his patriot blood In vain. larly the need of air defense for her Now beheld the soul of freedom own long cnst line, her statesmen set AH unconquered rise again. out to build a new Industry from the Aloft In that high steeple ground up. They gathered together a Sat the bellman, old and Cray; vast numher of men of energy and creHe was weary of the tyrant And his Iron sceDtered Miay ative ability In order that they might So he sat with one hand ready bring their contributions of research. On the claPDer of the belL Invention and technical knowledge to When his eyes should catch the signal. a development of those machines of very nappy news to tell. offensq and defense with which battles i See! seel the dense crowd quivers Through all Its lengthy line. As the boy beside the portal Looks forth to give the sign! With his small hands upward lifted. Breeze dallying with his hair. i Hark! with deep, clear Intonation. ureaks Ma young voice on tho air. Italy 8 rapid firing guns. Italian designers by synchronizing propeller revolutions with machine gun tire have placed ma chine guns on planes that lire (XX) shots a in n ii lc through the propellers, which make 1,'Jixj revolutions a inln ute, the enlculutlon being such that no shots strike the propeller one shot passing between the blades with every In additwo turns of the propeller. tion to the machine guns n multitude of bomb throwing, position finding and other devices of great utility In battle and In homhnrdments hnve been per fected by Italian genius. Italy has developed the best type of machine for each class of war work. Those for night bombardment nre the Capronl biplane of 4W nnd (500 II. I and the Capronl trlplanc of OS) II. I Thpse planes have an average speed of about 100 miles an hour and carry a large load of bombs. For day bom bardnient one of their most elllclent machines Is the Shi type, with one en glne of 700 II. P.. which develops an uvenige sliced of 125 miles an hour and has n capacity for 700 ound of bombs. Classes of Fighting Machines. One of the best Italian machines for reconnaissance work Is the Pomlllo two senter of 300 It, P., with a speed of 125 miles per hour, carrying two machine guns and a large load of bombs. Similar to tills Is the WW II. P. Ilesldes this, they losses for Sla. rapid work a Sva biplane, a single seater of 230 H. P. nnd a speed of IIK) miles. Italy's best lighting planes are the Pomlllo single seiiter and 1!SU II. P.. with protective armor and currying two machine guns, with n speed of 1.7) miles an hour, and the Ansaldo single water of 250 II. P.. with u s(K.'ed of ISO miles. I War Has Multiplied the Value of Good Tires (ssMfBllaBBiaBBBBBVillslsalss , Never were cars so necessary business nnd domestic life. both in ivorth. Never was their continuous and economical use so imperative. Never was freedom from tire trouble and tire expense so absolutely essential. The rapidly growing demand for e United States Tires prove their war-tim- " r ' I pendability and economy. United States Tires last longest and carry you farthest at least cost. They enable you to make the most of your car passenger or commercial nozv, when it is more than ever a vital e necessity. There is a United States Tire for every possible need. Our nearest Sales and Service Depot will tell you which ones you should have. war-tim- turning to United States Tires to get Thousands of motorists each week are de- j j 1 United States Tires are Good Tires "VAH IWCVS' tMMMOUTK TWSNTY-rrv- r MthOE Good In Cheerful Voice. are being fought today. As a result Italian aviation hns established a new record In the history of Industry. A New Bom Industry. To the Immense and famous Italian Industrial centers, already strongly organized and active In general automobile construction, was added the new Industry of aeroplane construction. As a result Italy today has over 40,000 experienced workmen In this field, and her government possesses over 3,000 military and naval planes and Is supplying others to her allies by the hundreds. Many of the planes America lias sent to the French front were made In Italy, and Italian planes are being shipped hero for the training of our aviators. Such firms as Flat have accomplish-cmarvelous vaults In a short time. This concern turned out a TOO II. P. uerlal engine, and other Arms devel d Cultivate a cheerful voice at a safe- In tho best Italian guard against the wrong things. It Is not easy to complain or to utter dole-machine Is the Macchl, that for work, hnvlng a speed of ful forcasts In n blithe and breezy tone, over 100 miles an hour, nnd the light- and moreover, the hnbtt of tone af-ing machine having a speed of 125 fects the habit of thought mlten an hour. A Pomlllo plant re cently put out a 21) II. P. machine of 157 miles an hour with a sM-ecapable of climbing 10,000 feet In six hydro-avlatlorecon-nalmtand Well, He Knew What He Wanted. John was busv Iniltntlnc the men wbo were measuring some ground In the neighborhood of his home. He wanted the tune mensiiro nml enmn in uis mother and said. "Mother, please mny I tako vour Incher?" tories In Italy, and that country has the distinction of producing the fastest aeroplane In the world, the fastest seaplane, the largest flying machine and the best climber, A great secret of Italy's success was the ,arKe nml powerful engines she had already perfected in her automo- bile industry. These engines, develop. "ig from GOO to 700 II. P. and later 000 IL P. and over, made possible the building of much larger planes than had ever beforo been supposed possible. oped successful engines of 100, 200 II. P., etc. The big Pomlllo plant was erected In three months' time. Today there aro more than 23 aeroplane fac- Italy's aeroplane plants have been kept In operation, notwithstanding adverse conditions, such as lack of coal, when wool was substituted for power generation, and tho buildings In which the people worked were so cold that varnish would not dry. Another great obstaclo was tho lack of chemicals. Itlght hero Italy pays a tribute to America. It was American raw ma- I.Hil ttmt mnilM lhl pmnl Hav.lAn. ment possible. Record Breaking Planes. New designs of aeroplanes aro being turned out constantly, by the Italian factories. One of her machines produced last year Is capable ot carrying 11 tons. She has planes capable of carrying a crew of 25 men and Is now developing one with a capacity of 50 men and a horsepower of 3,000. She also has plaues capable of traveling more than 000 miles without a. stop. One of the Italian typo of machines carries ,plne minutes. Giovanni Capronl, creator of the famous Capronl machine, Is planning to bull'd after the war a tiler carrying 50 passengers, with which he expects to In cross the Atlantic In 43 hours. fact, he had hopes at one time of es tablishing during the latter part ot this year a Purls to Washington mall route. Hying by way of Portugal, tho Azores, Newfoundland and New York City. The longest leg of this trip over water Is 1,103 miles, which, ho says. Is well within the range of the present Capronl machine. It would bo a strlk. Ing repetition of history If tho nation which gave us Columbus, the first man to sail to tho new world by water, should also furnish the first to follow that route by air. Not only In building, but In handling aeroplanes have Italians excelled. One of the world's records taken by an l, Italian was tho feat of Captain who established a new long distance flight record by flying more than 000 miles without stopping from Turin to Naples and return In August, 1017. Lleuteuant Itesnatl astonished Americans during his (lights hero by going up 17,000 feet with 13 men on board at Newiort News and by flying from Mlneolu to Langley Field, near Newport News, a distance ot 822 miles, with ten passengers GIullo-Laurcat- SIfE&MSbOTS 9 .10 8. . '38. A' 3 sr 16.15 '39- 40- .g M..5B 20 21 22 ZZ 4 f. ' 60 I? "4.7 46 aboard. Excel In Dirigibles Also. Not only In heavier than nlr machines, but In tho dirigible lighter than air type has Italy excelled. The dirigible has a record of lifting four tons ot bombs 18,373. feet as agulnst the best Zeppelin" record of 13,123 feet with a similar load. As a type submarine chaser her non-rllo dirigible has been very effective. We cannot say what will happen Io the very near future, but we csa that Italian technical men, fully realizing the always Increasing exigencies of war and the value ot aviation In the war, are continuing to work for ever newer and more powerful types) which will In the future enable Italy and her allies to keep Uiat supremacy For-lanat-fir- THE OOT8 SOMEWHERE IN FRANCE. By Clifford Leon Sherman. Dear Folks: The minute wo saw the submarine, things began to happen, lilt. In splto ot oil the excitement, everybody aeemed to know exactly what to do. There was no confusion ot any sort, which speaks well for tho trulnln oar boys have had. I went to the place that had been designated for mo and was writing down my impressions In tho diary you gave me, whoa one of th officers cetno around. I started to go, and ho said, "Never mind, I Just wanted to seo it you were obeying orders and wero stationed at tho first To complete the picture, draw a line from dot to dot 8, and so on. SAMMY. 1 la Uio sir. to dot 3, then from dot I (Coprrujat, UlT, by The Bsll BynillcaU, la) June 7. 1018. THE CITIZEN Combs, Charles, Camp Taylor, Ky. Gablmrd, Scrg. E. Blaine, Ambulance Combs, Lieut. Scwcll, Camp Taylor, Corps No, 12, American Expcdl Louisville. Ky. tlonary Forces. Cook, Tom, 108 Field Amb, British Gabbard, John B, Co. E, Cth U. 8. Exp. Forces, France. Inf, A. E. F, via N. Y. P. M. Cook, Albert, Camp Taylor, Ky. Gay, Colson, France, via New York. Copcland, Robert, Dauphin Island Olbhs. Cecil. Camp Taylor, Ky. Fort Gaines, Ala. Gilibs, Warren, Camp Taylor, Ky. Cornell, Joda, 1st Co. 113th M. P. Glllen, Roy, Co. L, 10th Inf, Ft. BenJ. Camp Shelhy, Hattieshurg, Miss. Harrison, Ind. Cox, Sgt Edward 0., Co. K, 148th Inf Ollllgan, Hospital Corps, Leo, Camp Sheridan, Ala. Roanoke, Va. Coylc, William II, Co. E, 140th Inf, Glasscock, Aaron, FL Thomas, Ky. Camp Shelby, Miss. Glista, Joe, 18 Co, 5th Inf. Depot Coyle, Wade, Camp Taylor, Ky. Bgd, Camp Dcvens, Mass. Coylc, June, A. E. F. Godbey, CapL Chaunccy, Camp Coyle, True F, 30th Inf. nand, Head Dodge, Dcs Moines, la. quarters Cp, Camp Green, N.C. Golden, Leo, Camp Taylor. Coylc, Alex, 1st Co, 1st Bn, ICO Dep. Graham, Clias. C., Recruit See, II. (1. Base, Camp Greenleaf, Georgia. Bgd, Camp Custer, Mich. Pago Three Johnson, Frank D, 33rd Co, Oth Parsons, Chester, Marino Bar, Na- - street, Arvcl, Med. Dept. 80th T. A, vy Yard, Washington, D. C. Bn,' Camp Sherman, 0. Chattanooga, Tcnn. Jones, Elain, 21 t Aero Squad, Park-Hel- d, Putin. Ralph, Y. M. C. A, Dcs Moines, street, Robert, 25th Engineers, A. E. Iowa F., via N. Y. P. M. lnn June, John II, 3rd Ca. Co, 2nd I'liirseii, Lcland E, 32nd C. 151 De-p- ut Tate, J. Harl, Camp Sevier, Army H.. Camp Mcndc, Md. Prow Rep, (ird. T. ('., Camp Y. M. C. A. Sevier Branch, Green(la. Perkins U. S. S. Jenkins, Postmaster, ville, S. C. Herea College Is proud of llio recJones, II. Clyde, U. S. N. 0. Base, New York Cily. Taulbee, Seldcn, Eng. Corps, El Paso, I). B. Camp Taylor, Ky. Hampton Roads, Va. ord of its soldier boys. They have Ship Co. Texas. Bks. Perry, Frank, Co. H, 2nd W. Vo. Inf. Taylor, Howard E. Y.M.C.A, 12Ruo answered the call of our Country Jones, Lieut. William, D. B, Camp Perry, Pcnn, Camp Taylor, Louis- with the spirit of men. Wo shall D'Agucssan, Paris, France. Taylor, Ky. ville, Ky. always follow up their career with Tcmpleton, R. R, 70th Co. B, Paris .! ne. Simon. Co, H, Ifith Inf, Fort Phelps, Glenn, Ambulance Corps 21. the deepest interest. The names of Island, S. C. Benjamin Harrison, Ind. Fort Clark, Texas. some nro probably not on this list. Tcrrll, B. Harold, Co. M, 1st Pioneer Jenkins Charles N, Supply Co. 35. Phelps, Glenn C, A. C. 21, Douglas, Inf., Camp Wadsworth, S. C. If any ono knows of a Bcrca man 322 Field Artillery, Camp Sher- Ariz. Terrill, Robert, Cn, Co. I, 312 A. M. In the Army whose namo Is not in 1r If.Htl ' . t, ( i Picklesimcr, Parncll, Y. M. C. A, Tr., Camp Pike. Ark. tills list send In the nnmo and mi- Keller. Lieut. Albert H, A. S. S. C. Fort Orglcthorpe, Ga. Reynolds, Taylor, Battle Creek Amdress to tlio President's Olllcc, Ucrea Camp Dick. Dallas. Tex. I'igman, Christopher, Co. 11, 335 Inf, bulance Corps, Allentown, Pa. College, llerea, Ky. Kelly, Burton, Q. M. Dept, ColumCamp Sherman. 0. Roark, Edward, 18 F. A. Med. Dept, Good fortune go with all. Craft, John. finllln, Lieut. Arlclgh C, Fort Anbus, 0. Pigman, Huram, 35 Co,. Oth Bn, 159 Fort Bliss, Tex. Kerr, Alexander C, U. S. Navy drews, Mass. Depot Brgd, Camp Taylor, Ky. Adams, Lieut. Tounsen, 119th Inf Crain, L. G., 18th Co. 5th Tr. Bn, Roberts, Dean Scott, U. S. S. NeKy. Camp Taylor, Pipinan. RuMOoe, Co. I), 309 Eng, Charleston, S. C. Cnmi) Shelhv. HnUinshurir. Miss. Grinin, Fleming H, M. I). Hdqs, Ad braska, toth Div, Fortress MonKlllin, E. L, Co. C, 117 Inf, MontSec. L. of C. A. E. F. France. Camp Sherman, 0. Adams, l.leuL Wiley, ll'J Inf., Camp Crnnce, Loney, Camp Taylor, Louis roe, Va. gomery. Ala. villc, Ky. Gross, Frank, Co. M. 4th Inf, GettysPitrnann, Corbett, U. S, S. Kear- - Robertson, Jackson, Co. C, 23rd U. S. sneiliy. .Miss. Kimball, Paul W., 122 Service Sqd, searge, via. N. Y. P. M. burg, Pa. Eng. A. E. F, France, via N.Y.P.M. A I it, Autonln, 159th U. S. Inf, Camp Cress, Hollle, Co. K. 118th Inf, Camp Kelly Field. San Antonio, Texas. Sheridan, Ala. Porter, C. M. Clay, Co. E, 330 Inf, Thomas, Clay, Ft. Thomas, Ky. Gross, Orviile, Recruit C. A. C, Fort Shelby, Hattieshurg, Miss. Klncaid, Bradley, Co. E, 336th In'., Camp Taylor, Ky. Mott, SaJem, N. J. Travis, Vaud A. Ft. Riley, Kans, Alford, Green B, Carp. Male, Avi Creech, Hoy, 53rd Co, Naval Train Camp Taylor, Ky. Porter, Donald. Musicion, 149th Inf. Gudgcr, James, 335th F. A, Camp ing Station, Norfolk, Va. Garonno Pavillac, Franco, P. M. care of M. 0. T. C. Kitchen, Sam D, Lino I, Recruit. Band. Hdqr. Co., HaltiesburR. Miss. Trosper, Raleigh, H. Co. 6th Inf. Croselto, John B., 41st Co, 4th Ilcpl. Pike, Ark. N. Y. Div, 1st Tr. Bgd, Kellcy Field Porter, Glenn, 158 D. B, 3rd Tr- - Bn.' Mil. Br. Chattanooga, Tenn. Hgt, Camp Gordan, Ga. Hackett, Sergt. H. W, Line 272, Kel Allen, Corp. Chas. B, 31th Co., 10th No. 1, S. San Antonio, Tex. Bid. M 44, Camp Sherman, 0. ly Field No. 1, San Antonio, Tct, Curry, Everett, 5th Co. Del. C. A. C, Bn, 159 D. IJ, Camp Taylor. Turner. Fred. Line 02, Kelly Field, Ilaeherlin, EaMliam, Address will Leavilt, Roland S, 147 Aero Squad, Powell, Sgt. W. Stanley, Co. K, 330 A. E. F. France, via New York. No. I, S. San Antonio, Tex. Atnburgy, Denver, Co. M, 19th Inf A. E. F, via N. Y. City. ' lie appreciated. Inf, Camp Taylor, Ky. Daniels. Capt. Irving, Co. C, 509th Hnttlesburr. Miss. Twiford. Olto R, 16th U. HaJI, Lieut. John, M. G. Co. 53. Mill- -, Lewis Corp. Fred. H, C. A. C, 2nd Pratt, Chester, Camp Jackson, S. C Eng, Camp Trevis, Texas. S. Aero Squad, A. E. F, France. Anderson, Arthur B. 3rd Aero Co, Fort Sherman, C. Z. Puckett, John Allen, Co. G, 149th Walker, Harry B. F Troop, 307 Cav, tary Branch, Chattanooga, Tenn. Squad, FL Sill, Okla. Davis, Sheldon. Hdqr. Co. iOOlh Field Haley. Corp. Earl D, Ord. Depot, 38th Lewis. Hugh, Camp Sheridan, Mont-Di- v, Del Itio, Texas. Inf. Camp Shelby, Miss. Artillery, Camp Honcock, Ga. Anderson, L. II, Median. Service gomcry, Ala. Rackley, Lloyd, Co. J, Cth Reg, Camp Wallace, E. E. Hq. Co, 1st Pioneer Camp Shelby, Hatllesburg.J Day, Kclloy, Naval Training Station, via Paris, France, A. E. F. Lewis, Noah, Co. L. 10th U. S. Inf, Perry, Chicago, 111. Miss. AulL Stanlev. Camo Taylor. Ky. Great Lakes, III. Inf. Camp Wadsworth, 8. C. Raine, James Watt, Army Y. M. C. A, Washburn, Major James H, Annis- Ilalley, Frank, lied Cross Military Dean. Lieut. Wllllnm.330 Inf, Camp Halak, George, U. S. Gen. Hosp. No.j Frt Benj. Harrison, Ind. Lewis, Lieut. M. G, Camp Lee, Va. . uamp sneiny, miss. 7 noland Park, Baltimore, Md. ton, Ala. Hospital, Somewhere in France. Taylor, Louisville, Ky. Daily, Green, llndio Co., U. S. Navy Dcgman, C. G, Co. B, 4th Bat., U.S. Hannah, RobL N, Co. B, 57th Eng, Lewis, Dewey, Co. E, 149th Inf, Reams, Robert, Inf. Co. D. Med. Tr.! Welsh, Preston F. U. S. Navy, Eng. Camp Shelby, Miss. Camp, Ft. Benj. Harrison, Ind. Camp Laurell, Md. Wells, E. .1, U. S. S. Minneapolis, Cambridge, Mass. 0, Camp Nicholls, New Orleans Dellingcr, Thomas, Camp Jackson, Hart, Lieut. Joseph, Camp Taylor, Lewis, Emerson, Camp Wadsworth, Redden, Sergt. E. A. Co. C, 3rd Bal- -, New York. Ballard, Dewise. s- - C loon Squad, A. E. F. via N.Y.P.M.' Wheeler, Val, Camp Beauregard, La, Louisville, Ky. S. C. Ballard, Iloscoe. Rcid, Harry B, 33 Aero Squad, A. Whecldon, Vernon S, U. S. S. Miss- Dallinger. William II., Battery F Dcmrnon, Sgt. Willard C 7th Cav, Barrel, Gordon. 10th Inf. Med. Dpi, Lewis, James, FL Bliss, Tex. Lichtwardt, Lieut. H. A, M. R. E. F. via N. Y. City P. M. Troop II, Fort Bliss, Tex. 312 F. A., Camp Meade, Baltimore Fort Benjamin Harrison, Ind. issippi, N. Y. P. M. In'lrmary. Casual Co. 1. Camp Reynolds, Beelcr, Oth Co, 3rd Bn, Wheeler, Frank, U. S. S. Agememnon, Diamond, Aubrey F., 18 U. S. Aero Harrison, Creed 0, U. S. S. So. Da-- 1 Md. Gettysburg, Pa. 159 D. B, Camp Taylor, Ky. N. Y. P. M, Box 7. kotn. P. M. New York City. Squad. A. E. F, Care Adj. Gen.. Hatson, LieuL C. C, 119th Inf. Camp Washington, I). C. Hammond. Srgt. Benjamin, 333rd Linton, Leo S, Died at Camp Mac- - Richardson, William K, Med. Dept. Wiley. Robert. Naval Radio School. Shelhy, Hattieshurg, Miss. Ft. Sill, Okla. 3 Shepard St, Cambridge, Mass. Inf, Camp Taylor, Louisville, Ky. Arthur. Texas. February 3, 1918. Hatson. Ileubcn B. 0th Provisional Divine, Melvin, Camp Taylor, Ky. Dixon, Chester, Camp Taylor, Louis Hays, Sgt. Earl T, 18th Co. 5th Tr. Lockin, Earl, 47 Aero Sqd, A. E. F, Rice, Augustus, Battle Creek Ambu- - Wiley, Lewis A. Naval Radio School, Co., 2nd M. M. Reg, Camp Han p-? I, vm,N- lance Corps, Allentown, Pa. 3 Shepard St. Cambridge, Mass. ville, Ky. Bn, Camp Taylor, Ky. cock. Ga. d, Lynch, Sergt Dora 52nd Inf. Hitter, Corp. Henry A, Co .C, Fid. Wills, Howard, Ft. Thomas, Ky. Benilcld. Hracknel, II. 0. Co, 6th Dixon, Lieut. Elmer, FL Thomas, Hays, Herbert, Musician. 149th inf.i Chattanooga Tenn. ,ar' Sig. Bn, Camp Taylor, Ky. Wilson. Frank, U. S. N. Tr. Sta. NorKy. Camp Shelby, Hattlesburg. Inf.. A. E. F., via N. Y. P. M. Mnharg. Ray, Port Royal, S. C. folk, Va. Robie, Carroll, Hdqr. Co. 140th Reg. Migs Hicknell, Corp. J. Paul, Hdq. Co. Disney. Walter Clark, Co. L, 1st Reg, Marcu,n' Leonard. Camp Taylor, Ky. Band, Camp Shelby, Hattiesburg, Wilson. J. Oscar, Co. 01, Marine Bks, B. 128, Camp Dewey, GL Lakes, III, Ilembr'ee. Lieut. George N, 12 Inf..) 119th Inf. Band, Hattieshurg, Miss uc nu. uu. Miss. Brooklyn Navy Yards, N. Y. C.m n M r,.i.,mi.rrn SI nnHi - !"",sus Dizney, Win. L, Bait. D, 19 F. A, Biggerstnff, Homer. Co. C, Camp Sheridan, Ala Robinson, Charles, Ft. Thomas, Ky. Wilson. Joseph A, U. S. N. T. S, Camp McArthur, Tex. more, Md. DiggerstalT, SgL Lloyd, Cth Tr. Bn. Martin, Cergeant Robert, Med. Dept, Robinson, Fred, Observation Baloon Co. 118. Norfolk. Va. Dodson. C. P., U. S. Naval Training Heckmnn, Walter W, Asst. Band Camp Jackson, &'. C. 14th F. r.. Fort Sill, Okla. I Div, Somewhere in France or Wise, Milligan, Camp Jackson, S. C. Master, 140th Inf. Band, Hdqr. Co. Station. 1st Oth Co, Newport, R. Billry. Cheerful, H. Co. Naval Hosp. Martin, Carlyle, Fort Lee, PetersWiseman, Earl, U. S. S. Allan, P. M. England. Dooley. John F, Supply Co, Cth Inf, Hattieshurg, Miss. Portsmouth. Va. burg, Va. New York City. ChattaKooga, Term. Robinson, James S, 61st Inf. Co. K, Hill, Ernest B, Caufllns, Co. I, Camp Blrchflehl. William. Co. F.. 2Cth Eng., May, Bruce. Supply Co. 313, Q. M. C. Wolfe, L. D, 313 Aux. Reg. Sta. Vet. Charlotte, N. C. Discharged on account of disabil Douglas, Veo M, Ambulance Co. No. Johnston, Jacksonville, Fla. N. A, A. E. F. via. New York. Corps. Camp Shelby, Miss. Robinson, Miss Minnie Jane, Amb. 2, Fort Logan, Houston, Texas, ity. Billiard, D. Moss, San Pedro de May, G. II, 87th Aero Squadron, Co. Base Hospital, FL Oglethorpe, Wolford. Capt. Luke P, 323rd M. 0. Macoris, D. R. Bowman. Lieut. F. 0, Co. L. 371st DulT, Powell, "Some where in Bark Field, Memphis, Tenn. Bait., Camp Sherman. 0. France." Ga. Billiard, Dudley, San Pedro de Inf. Discharged on account of In- Marlow,, George, Co. 2, Squad. 335, Rogers, John L, "Over There." Young, C. Harvey, Fruitland, New Duncan, Melvin, 22nd Squadron. Jury received In service. Macoris, D. R. r " rrM i 1 Mexico, Forward. Rogers, William, Co. K, 1st Pioneer ' Aviation Camp, Waco, Texas. Hillman, Jas. E, Co. E. 20th Eng, Bowman. J. 0., Uh 0. T. C, 1st Co McCann, Homer, Reg. 8, Co. 81, Great Camp Early. Clinton. 140th Inf. Band, Camp Sherman, 0. Camp American University, Wash- Inf, Camp Wadsworth, S. C. Lakes, 111. Shelby, Hattieshurg, Miss. Rust, S. H, 305th M. G. Bat, Co. C, inctnn. D. IT Bowman. II. 0.. 33 Co.. ttli Tr. Bn Camp Jackson, S. C. East, Edward R, Co. 38, 10th Tr. Bn. Hook. John T, Caisson Co. 2, H2ht!McCann, John. 300th Eng. Corps, Camp Upton, N. Y. 150 Depot Brig.. FINGER PRINTS TO BE TAKEN Camp Taylor, Ky Royse, Felix, Hdqr. Co. 120 Inf,Cami) 150 Depot ngd. Camp Taylor, Ky, IN REGISTRATION OF GERMAN Bowman. Llnney, 38lh Co. 10 Tr Ammunition Train, 37th Div, Bn., 158th Depot Bgd.. Camp Sher- Eccles. William, Jr, N. A. Corps, U, Sevier, N. C. Camp Sheridan, Montgomery, Ala. McCornas, Battle Creek Ambulance ALIEN FEMALES Co. Allentown, Pa. S. N. Observatory, Washington, Hoffman, Clarence, U. S. Aviation Sapp, Claud, U. S. Naval Tr. Camp, man. O. The registration of German alien McDavid, Bourke E, 22 Co, 7tli Plat, D. C. Bowling, Grover, Camp Shelby, Mis. Portland, N. H. Corps, Columbus, 0. females, to begin Monday, Juno 17 Ft. Thomas, Ky, Boyer. Clarence, U. S. S. Florida, Kdgecomh, Glenn. Sandlin, Floyd, U. S. S. Nevada, and end Wednesday, Juno 20, will Frank, U. S. Aviation Hoffman, Edwards. Donald II, Medical RePostmaster. New York City. bo conducted in cities or municipalPostmaster, New York City. Corps, Camp McArthur, Waco.l McDavid, James A, Address will bo appreciated serve, Columbus, 0. Branson, Jerry, Co. A., Ban. B. Gun Scott, Frank, Ft Thomas, Ky. ities having 5,000 population or over Texas. ners' Mates School, Great Lakes, Edwards, John Paul. Band Master, HolTman, Glenn, Government Ac McEIroy, E. P, Navy. Sellers, Rudolph, Army Y. M. C. A, by tlio polico officials. In commu- McGuire. Ben, France, E. F. Co. M, 119th Inf. Band, Hattieshurg, Misi, III. Camp Sherman, Chillicothe, Ohio, nities having a population of less countant, Detroit, Mich. Bralcher, Kddio C Chap T. School. Edwards, Corp. Thomas, Jr, Co. M, Hogg, Harvey, Co. D. 2nd Ky. Inf, Oth Inr, Via. N. Y. Settle, Mark, First Machine Co, Ft than 5,000 the registration will D3 McGuire, Lee, U. S. Naval Radio Camo Taylor. Ky. 50th Inf, Camp MacArlhur, Waco, bundled by postmasters. Benj. Harrison, Ind. Hattieshurg, Miss. School, II. U, Cambridge, Mass, Texas. In general tho plan of registraBritt. LieuL James J.. Jr., Bks. D. 12, Sharp, Dewey F, 22 Aero Squad, Hopkins, Davo, Aviation Corps, McGuffey, William, U. S. S. Missis 322nd Inf, Camp Jackson, Colum Edwards. Lieut. Robert N. Aviation A. E. F. via New York City, P. M. tion is tho same as that followed in Charleston, S. C. sippi, care Post Master, New YorK Shorte, Serg. Braxton C. Co K, 148th the registration in February of GerConcentration Camp. Morrison, Va Howard, Ensign Richard, Annapolis. bia. S. C. City. Div. X. Brock, John U, 2nd Tr. Brgd. Line Engle, Lieut. Stanley L, 351th Inf, Howard, E. M, N. T. Station, 7 Reg, Inf, Camp Sheridan, Montgomery, man alien males. Each person who McKay. Lieut. Walter H. Medical must register will bo required to 3, Kelly Field, So. San Antonio, Camp Funston, Ian. Ala. 2 Co., Newport, R. I. Ernberg, Otto. 1 19th Inf. Band, Hat Corps, American Expeditionary Short, LieuL Cyrus P, Ft. Ogle- register her finger prints. This Texas. Guelph, Ontario, Can id a. Report method of identification is also usBrowning. Sgt. Benjamin F., 1st Co.. tieshurg, Miss. Forces. ed drowned at sea. thorpe, Chattanooga, Tenn. 1st Div., M. G. Bn, A.E.F., Franco. Evans, Clyde. Howard, George, U. S. S. Pennsyl McMullin, Samuel, I59lh Inf, Camp Shorte, Serg. D. C, Co K, 148th Inf., ed in tho military and naval servShelby, Hattiesburg, Miss. Brown, Corbctt, Camp Taylor, Louis- Evans, Fred. vania, Fortress Monroe, Va. Camp Sheridan, Montgomery, Ala. ices of the United States. Evans, John F, 439 Aero Squad, Howard, John, Forward, Birchfleld, Menzie, Leonard, 120th Co, 1st Rep. iSiler, Arvid 0, R. 0. S, Naval Op. ville, Ky. Vancouver Bks, Vancouver, Wash. Bat. U. S. M. A. E. F-- N. Y, City Brown. W. Wilson, Camp Taylor, Ky. Base, Hampton Roads, Va. GRADES FOR SWEET POTATOES Fairchild. Jas. T, 32 Co. 8th Bat, Hownrd, Hay L, CSth Depot Btry, Kentucky. P. M. Simpson, Green T. Corpus Christe, After a study of tho possibilities 150th Depot Bgd, Camp Taylor, Michaels, Manna, nichmond Tr. Tex, Co. F, 5th U. S. Eng. Broshear, Dishman, U. S. S. Bridge, Guelph, Ontario, Can. of grading sweet potatoes, tho BuKy. York City. School Dtch, State Fair Grounds, Slagle, Dean, Electric. Div. Detach- reau of Markets has submitted tencare Postmaster, New Howell, Marcus, U. S. S. George Farmer, Frank, France, A. E. F. Richmond, Va. Buchannan, Wallace. Washington, Brooklyn. N. Y. ment Enlisted Specialists, Fort tative grades to a list of dealers, Buchanan, Claudo, 873 Aero Squad. Fenwick, Leonard L, Camp Custer, Hudspeth, 1st LieuL William R. Miller, Robert K, Au.w, Remt. Depot. Monroe, Va. growers and operators of sweet poBattle Creek, Mich. 333, Camp Johnston, Jacksonville, Slemp, LieuL Alfred C, Bat. B. F. A, tato storage houses for their sugLovo Fiold, Dallas, Tex. 333rd Reg. Supply Co, Camp TayCamp, Buford, 322nd F. A., Camp Felton, Corp. Flavcl L, Co. "A" 65 Fla. lor, Louisville, Ky. Camp Stanley, Leon Springs, Tex. gestions and criticism. Over 90 per Inf, Camp McArthur, Waco, Tex. Hubbard, Lloyd, Camp Sheridan, Mockbee, William, 1st Plat., 87 Sqd. Smith. Asa C, 11 Co. 0. M. C, 100 cent of the replies aro decidedly in Sherman, Chilicothe, 0. 13th Co, Ft. Thomas, Ky. Calhoun, Quincey, Ft. Lee, Peters- Fielder, Leonard, Hdq. Detach. 15'1 Montgomery, Ala. Machino Repair Shop, Columbus, favor of tho grades. Ono of tho letDepot Brgd, Camp Taylor, Ky. Morgan, Reuben, Camp Taylor, burg, Va. Huff. Capt. E. W, Hdq. San. Tr, Ohio. ters of approval was from tho EastLouisville, Ky. Campbell, Piner, Naval Tr. Sta., Co. Fielder, William. Hdq. Detach. 159 Camp Dix, N. J. Smith, Fredrlo L, 306 Sanitary Tr, ern Shore of Virginia Produce Depot Brgd, Camp Taylor, Ky. B, 2nd Heg., Great Lakes. 111. Humphrey, R. R, 608 Aero Inf. Sqd, Morgan, James- - .M, Co.B, 12 F. S. C, Field Hospital 324, Camp Sevier, Exohange, which Is composed of pro37th Div.. A. E. F. Campbell, William, Chief Bugler, Fish. Jcsso T, Olh Co, 3rd Ba, 159 Aviation Camp, Waco, Texas. S. C. ducers and is ono of tho largest D. B, Camp Taylor, Ky. Hunter, Harry S, Halt. A. 110th F Morgan, Rufus, Med. Dept, Ft. Benj. Smith, J. W. Co. 310, U. S. Amb. sweet potato marketing organiza149 Inf. Band, Hattlesburg, Miss. Carpenter. Sgt. Rollins, Troop B, Mil. Flanery, Arch, Camp Custer, Mich. A, 32nd Div. A. E. F., via. N Y, P. Harrison, Ind. Co.. Camp Dix, Trenton, N. J. tions in tho country. Flack. Blllie, 18th Regt, A. E. F, M. Moore, Edwin, Hdqr. Co. 336 Inf, Smith, John W, 4th Co. Inf. CasuPolice, Camp Funsten, Kans. via N. Y. P. M. Camp Toylor, Louisville, Ky. Hunter, lilnton II., 108 Co, 8th Reg, Caudill, Bgt James B, Co. D, 316th als, A. E. F. via N. Y. P. M. Flannery, Elmo, 10th Aero S. Squad , U. S. Marine, Galveston, Texas. Moore, Harold, Aviation Corps, ColumSmith, Verne Corbett, Co. H, 332 BANDS ENLARGED AND BUGLE Engineers, Camp Lewis, Wash. AND DRUM CORPS ORGANIZED A. E. F, Via. New York P. M. bus, 0. Hyllon, Charles, U. S. S. George Inf, Camp Sherman, 0. Cecil. Lieut. J. J., Co. G, 13th Caw, Acting on a suggestion of Geu. Flint, Sgt. Sherman, Fort nodman, Moore, Georgo W, 370 Aero Squad, Smith. W. J. P.. Officer's Training Washington, Brooklyn, N. Y. McAllen, Texas. Pershing, an order has been issued New Bedford, Mass. Camp, Porto Rico. Imrie, Lieut. N. A, 36 Coleman St. Taliaferrd Field No. 3, Texas. Chaimian, Floyd, M. G. Co, 149th Inf., Foster, Samuel, Ambulance Corps, 16 Murphey, Lieut. RobL E. Lee, 183 Smithers, Frank, Co. B, 335 Inf, increasing each regiment's band London, England. Camp Shelby, Hattieshurg, Miss. from 28 to 50 members. Band leadM. 0. T. C, Fort Riley, Kans. Aero Squad, Garden City, Long Camp Taylor, Ky. Chapman, Henry Clay, 149 M. G. Co., Imrie, Jack, 30 Coleman St, London ers having had more than five years' Franklin, Arlhur, Eubk. Hospital, Island, N. Y. Sparks, Cloyd, Camp Shelby, Miss. England. Camp Shelhy, Hattieshurg, Miss. 8, Slience, Sgt. E. L,Co. I, 18th Inf. A. military experienco as band leaders Camp Stewart, Newport News, Va, Isaacs, Capt. M. J, 326 F. A, Camp Murrell, Jesse L, Bar. 830 N. tChastecn, Ernest, 159th U. S. Inf., will bo made- first lioutonants; thoso Camp Decatur. III. Franklin, Harlan, 1st Co. C.A.G, E. F., via. N. Y. P. 0. Taylor, Louisville, Ky. Camp Shell)', Hattieshurg, Miss. Pigeon Point, Wilmington, Del. Spenre, Sgt. W. F. 4th C, 1st T. wllli loss than flvo years oxporienco Co, Ison, Sgt. D. B, Co. D, 14,0th Inf, Nay, Walter, Camp Taylor, Ky. Herman, N. Y. 8. Childs, will bo mado second lieutenants. Franklin, W. S, 150 Dep. Bgd, 25th Neal. Sidney, Battery A. 12 F. A. Ft. Bn, Camp Taylor, Ky. Camp Shelby, Miss. Newport, It. I. Besides enlarging tho bands, a Meyer, Va. Camp Jackson, B.C. Ison, David L, 3rd P. Reg, Infirm Co, 7th Tr. Bn, Spink. Corp. Paul. 1st Co. Military Chllds, "Manly," U. S. S. Nebraska. Police, 108th Train, 33rd Div, buglo and drum corps will bo hdded City. Frailer, Sol, 44th Co, 11 Bn, 169 D. ary, Oth Bn, 159 D. B, Camp Tay- Nickel), Clarence, M. D. 149th Inf, caro Postmaster, New York to each regiment. Each corps will B, Camp Taylor, Ky. Camp Shelby, Miss. A. E. F., via N.Y. P.M. lor, Ky. Clark, Claude, Co. M. 321st Inf, Camp French, Marvin M, U. 8. 8. Poca Jackson, John C, 62 Co, 13 Prov. Br, Nickell. Ira, Lieut., Camp Taylor, Spurlock, Goodloc, U. S. S. Bealo, inoludo tho company buglers of its S. C Jackson, Columbia, regiment, and not moro than 13 hontas, P. M. New York, City. Louisville, Ky, via. N. Y. P. M. Camp Lee, Vn. Clark, Walter, 31 Inf. Med. Dept, Ottls J., care Naval Y. M. C Johnson, Corp. Clyde, 146 F. A. 41st Ogg, Wm. Emery, Co. 0, 51 Inf, Stafford, Everett D, Co. 3, 60th Inf, drummers. French, Fort Bliss. Texas. Camp Forest, Ga. A, 167 Sands St, Brooklyn, N. Y. Curtis Bay, Md. Division. A.E.F, via N.Y.P.M. Co. C, 2nd Eng. Tr. French, Elbert, Voc. Tr. Die. N. A, Clark, Carl II, Johnson, Lambert, Co. I, 321st Inf, Osborn, J. 0, Co. D, 6th Eng, A.EJ", Stansell, Maxwell, Bat. 1, 0. T. 8., Turkish Women. Camp Humphreys, Va. Co. B, Indianapolis, Ind. P. M, New York City. Camp Taylor, Ky. Camp Jackson, Columbia, S. C. Turkish Collins, Charles, Med. Officer's Y. M. Frost, 1st Lieut Cleveland C School Johnson, Stanley, Co. No. 45, Paris Parker, Clarence, Camp Shelby, Hat- Stilwell, Lieut. Abner J, Co. G, 342nd tian houseswomen never serve In Chrisunites uh occasional charC. A, Fort Oglethrope, Go. of Firo 184th F. A. Bgd, Camp tieshurg, Miss. women or washerwomen. Inf, Camp Grant, III. Island, Port Royal, S. C. Orvek and Funsten, Kansas. Collins, Robert E, N. II. 6to, Co. 8, Johnson, Steve, U. S. N. Base Hos Parker, Sgt. Thos. L, F. A, Camp St. Clair, Ray L, Military Branch, Armenian women, on the other hand, Fugate, Clinton B, Y. M. G. A. Bid. Norfolk, Va. Y. M. C. A. No. 30, Chattanooga, are the mainstay of the Constantinople pital, Hampton Roads, Va. Jackson, R. 0. T. O, A. E. F.,Fr. housekeeper; even Turku often employ 154, Camp Taylor, Ky. Tenn. M. 0. T. C, Post Collins, Samuel F, Johnson, Arthur C, 37th Co, 10th Parker, Robert, Co L, 120th Inf, them to keep tbtlr big houses. Folks. Elliott L, Hdqr. Co. 149th Inf, Ex, Ft. Oglethorpe, Ga. Bn, 159 D. B, Camp Taylor, Ky. Service Branch, Greenville, 8. C Stout, Charles E, Camp Taylor, Lou Hattlesburg, Miss. isville, Ky. Berea College HONOR ROLL Han-coe- I r-- 1 SgL-MaJ- or C , 1 L v Brc Mili-Baii- t " 1'.. 1 a - -8 1 Pago Four. THE CITIZEN Juno CANE HILL PROGRESSING 27, 1018. NOTICE! All who paid for Liberty Bonds arc invited to call for them WALKER FISH SCArrOLD WORK Get Ready for the next Liberty Loan by beginning now. Lay aside your surplus cash and let it accumulate for the next loan. THIS BANK will pay you 4 per cent interest on savings for the next Liberty Loan. Lieutenant H. (1. Walker of Camp rYvlnr. anil Mt-- s AiMf Fish were uiilcd in wedlock Saturilny afternoon n( three o'clock at the henu-llli- il home of (lie lirtilc. by the Itev Howard Hudson. Tlin bride I only taughtc or Mrs. Jennie KHi. S'hf will very niiirli in the millinery store. The wedding was a quint nITalr. illy a few personal friends mid attending. The hrldp wtn :i pretty dark blue trmclinc nil. Lietil. nml Mr. Walker left her' Sunday for C.hlllirolho, Ohio, where he will atteml an oillcers' training school. 1 -- II is gratifying to know (hat (he Mppined impossible i lielng nr- -t "iiiplihe,l. The work on Scaffold Cane progressing hill i llnelx. Mi ch of the grading i completed, mill lillllilMtlR of the the hlii-lill- t? Save! Save! Getthe Saving Hnbit. It menns h relief from mnny of life's worries. Money in the bnnk produces n feeling of prosperity; enjoy that pleasure. A rok BURNS HARRISON Start saving now and the next quota is assured Berea Bank & Trust Co. JOHN F. DEAN, Cashier LOCAL PAGE NEWS OF BEREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED VARIETY OF SOURCES FROM A Announcements were received in Herea week relating (lie inai ringo of Mi r.lianey Hartley Hum f Oneida (n Howard Have Harrison of Herea. on .lime loth at Oneida. After spending a plnnnnt honeymoon of several day in the hill near Oneida, and a hnrt timn Herea in with Mr. Harrison's oarents, the yolinii couple left for Mnnton, which i Mr. Harrison henilipinrler agricultural in hi work. They will he al home their friend after July 11. The het wihe of their numerous friend co with them in their united journey thru life. lt I well under way. the bridges and culvert are being made, nml the ppi.pect Hie good fur the hill to be uviiile ready for the metal at nu enrlx dnle. Some may think that there i considerable ouilny of money for Ihl piece of work, hut when we think of it a one of those connecting links on the great Dixie Highway, mid the bletng uch a lhor fare wi'l he to this whole section if the country, the ctiml cot lnk- into oblivion. The renic value of the hill, from lb' lourlr viewpoint will exceed (be cot of the improvement in dollars and cent. When the Dixie, is properly npene I up, there will be n continuous stream of tourists passing tbi way to gel a view of the surrounding territory from Scaffold Cane hill. - saving account means the cultivation of the habit f thrift. Start n bank account with us to-da- y. Berea National Bank A DLnLrt BEREA LINCOLN CHAUTAUQUA A SUCCESS KENTUCKY 1 1 occurred COMMMUNITY SUPPER One of the most pleaan( occasion for the folk of Eat Center street last Wednesday evening. Dean & Stafford REAL ESTATE Bank & Trait Blag. Berea, Ky. whe.n the families, numberThe electric current will" "he off ing about seventy people in all. Sunday, June 30th, from 0:00 a.m. gathered on the lawn of Mrs. Sallie Adam and participated in a neightill 0:00 pm. Heat and Power, ad-Hoy Oillcn was at home a few day: borhood supper, which was bountito hid hi mother farewell, as he ful and delicious, and a general is hooked for France. He and hi handshaking and social good time 19. 5: June Best Blacksmithing Scientific horse shoeing, fine iron work and repairs of all descriptions at the College Blacksmith Shop, Main Street, north of The Citizen ad. Ofllce. L. i ' TIME TABLE Berea, Ky. (In effect May 11, 1918) & N. North Bound No. 32, Leaves No. 38, Leaves No. 31, Leaves 6:53 p.m. 1:17 p.m. 3:53 a.m. South Bound No. 33, Leaves 12:03 p.m. 1:04 p.m. No. 37, Leaves No. 31, Leaves 12:12 a.m. Note: No. 33, the fast train, will stop for passengers from North of Cincinnati, 0., or for South of Knox-vill- e. Tenn. Mrs. Laura Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Howard We SELL hats and sell them right. ad. Harrison are visiting his mother this week on Centre street. Mrs. Nannie Hranaman returned to her home Thursday from a visit with her son, Charlie Adam, of Winchester. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie McOuire and children, of Batesville, were the guests of his hrother Scott McOuire, frWn Friday until Monday. Edgar Wyatt, who is employed in Whichever, spent S"uinlay here with hi wife and mother. Lieut. Benton Denton, of Camp Shelhy, Mis., was here Friday, visiting hi wife. Mrs. Deaton, (nee Mi Sarah Ely.t The Hev. Mr. English and family are moving from Jackson street to Chestnut street this week. Sergeant Earl Hayes from Camp Taylor was homo recently for a few days' visit. Miss Sun Porter, who is taking a coure in nursins in Cincinnati.' is spending a month's vacation in Berea with her mother. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Thomson and little daughter. Elizabeth, of Louis-- 1 pent from Saturday until ville. Wednesday with friends in Berer.. ad-- 2, Miss Bess Hayes returned to fiads-- l Francis Burton Clark, new assist den. Ala. Tuesday, after a visit of several days with her parents in ant Dean of the Vocational Department, arrived at the College HosBorea. Mis May Smith, who has been pital this morning at 2:30 and will studying music al the Conservatory participate in home affairs for some in Cincinnati for the past year, is time before assuming any responHis weight is eight at home on a visit with her parent sibilities. at the East end of Center street. pound. Dean and Mr. Clark are rejoicing over his advent. (Mi Dora Ely of Buckhorn arrived this week to spend her sumPREACHING mer vacation in Berea. On the campus, at the Pavilion, Mis Esiher fiontry is making an nt 7:30 Sunday night, by the Rev. extended visit with friends in W. C. Noblo. Everybody invited. Borea. I Committee. Dean F. O. Clark and Marshall F.. Vaughn returned from Chicago, PUBLIC SALE Monday, where they attended a Al tho residence of Earnest Jackmeeting of Y. M. C. A. national offson, Big Hill, on July 0, 1918, at 1:00 icers. A number of the leading men p.m., tho household goods belongwere present nml presented the work ing to Jane Martin, deceased wi'l "Y" in tho army camps anew. 0 the bo sold to tho highest bidder, ad-5- ? Miss Elizabeth Logsdon returned pleas-nhome Saturday night after a A man that will not give tho right-of-wvisit with the Rev. and Mrs. C. for n road is opposed to Columbus, Ohio. W, Eldridge of roads. ( nt ay mother were entertained at hi uncle's home for dinner on the 23rd A. M. Clark left Tuesday morn ing for Mackville. where he ha been elected cashier of the Farmers' Bank. Hi family will join him in the near future. Miss Dorathv Wilson of the Acad emy, underwent an operation at tin1 College Hospital for trachoma, Monday morning, which wa very successful. Master Karl A. Wertenberger passed through his Hrst experience oji the operating table Monday morn ing, when Dr. Cowley removed his tonsils. C. B. Anderson and C. H. Wer tenberger pent Monday afternoon in Richmond having their applications for passports for Overseas Y. M. C. A. War Work Oiled out and sworn to before the Federal Court Clerk. Mr. Anderson is due to report at New York headquarters July tlrst and will sail soon after. The latter will report for duty a month later. Mr. and Mrs. W. I Farmer have been notilled that their son, Frank, has landed safely overseas. Misses Addle Bowling, Esther Pitt? and Ethel Duncan left Monday for Battle Creek. Mich., where they will be employed for the summer. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Walking have leturneil from Parj, where they spent the week with Mr. and Mrs. A. Arthur and were with Oscar Johnson during his trial. Miss Sue Robinson of Paint Lick is the guest of her cousins. Misses Lou and Opal Robinson, this week, William Preston and Fred Shock-le- y were called into service at Camp Taylor the 25th. It is reported that Martin Gentry, a Foundation student of 1007 and Normal '08 and '10, was killed in action in Franco recently. A recent letter from Mrs. Taylor slates that Mr. Taylor is as cheer ful as ever in his work in France. Bursar and Mrs. Way are rejoicing over the birth of an eight pound girl al the College Hospital Tues day afternoon, the 25th. R. J. Engle is closing out his grocery store and household plun der. Special bargains until sold. of neighbors and friends. The purpose of (he gathering of the clan wa to show the love and appreciation for one of their number, Mrs. John A. Wyatt and family, who have been in their midt for several years, and are' now leaving Berea for Cincinnati, where they will make their future home. True, whole-heartnefghbors are the greatest possessions of any community and the departure of the Wyatt will be keenly realized in this respect. The supper was an entire surprise to the family, hut was received in the same spirit of love and neigh borly kindness as il wa given. The best wishe of their inanv friends go wflh ,,'them into their new home, and a welcome Is extended to (hem nt any time they may ed The lle-da- y Lincoln Chatitauipn ' held in (he College Tabernacle last week wa a succe from start to Hnih. No one who held foaon CIRCUS WRECK; ticket regretted having them, when those rare treats such as Major pnvnh. the musical LIVES LOST attractions and Lincoln McConnell, were stagml. Herea people know bow to appreciate good thing when (hev come. During the,- - war times, AT IVANHOE, INDIANA ONLY 24 nothing will keep (he home people OF THE BODIES HAVE BEEN on the tiring line a will a good IDENTIFIED. No dellnite move wn chautauipia. made for the return of the Lincoln next year. Pledge, however, were Were made for ticket which we uniler-tan- d Moit of the Other Bodies RecogCharred and Mangled Beyond are good In event such ar nition Many of the Mltilng Were rangements ean be made for their Said To Be "Razor Back." return. Berea should koej. herself in the front and have every good Union Wiilftn Nwipt 8rlc thing (urn her way. Gary. Intl. Sixty-twbodies of 85 Were Dispersed By Armed Forces. Freeh conflicts broke out London In Vienna, according to an KxuhaiiKB Telegraph dispatch received here. Crowds paraded through the streets were Intent upon reaching the German Kmhassy to vent their Ire ajralqst Gee many, but they were dispersed by the police, cavalry and foot soldiers. Police and siHdlers have killed four persons and wounded 17 morn In strike riots. Count M Karolyl has announced In the Hungarian Parliament, according to a dispatch from Copenhagen. These riots apparently refer to Hungarian cities. 1 Three Lose Lives; Train Hits Auto. Sandusky. O. W. K. Ni Holland. 0 ROADS IN WAR TIMES By Rodman. Wiley, Commissioner, Department of Public Roads, return. ' PROF. AND MRS. DODGE ENTER TAIN The spacious, comfortable porch of Prof, and Mrs. Dodge' home was the cene of a delightful supper parly lat Monday evenint. I he Dodge's hopitalilv and chn,rming UHatvnor of entertaining are not alone reserved for Berea residents .but are always at band when former stwMnt and friends of Berea Hud themselves back in our miiNt. The guests who partook of the delicious supper were Mr and Mrs. Eugene Thomson, both of the class of 'in, now living in Louis- ille, and their little daughter. Eli zabeth; Miss lita Mae Lewis of Nogalis, Ariz., of the class of '10; Mr. Mae Hudson, aNo uif Nogalis; Mrs. Ellen Mitchell of Berea; Mi.s Bess Hayes of fiadsden, Ala., of tb class of '08. Miss May Harrison of ing. Fairfax. S. D., of the class hi '10, Fourth, twenty cents on (he one and her friend, Miss Amy Myron, hundred dollars is onlv (wo dollars also of Fairfax and Misses Bertha on the thousand, which is prac-ticalKing and I'.liznboth Lee Harrison negligible so far as money of Berea, both of the '13 class. i concerned and means very little to any one man. We should reOSCAR JOHNSON GIVEN DEATH member that Hie roads are the SENTENCE peoples property ati'd not merely i no trial or orar .ioiinon. a the hobbv of anv F'iscal Court. former Berea hoy, held in Paris last rift h, there are numerous ways week, resulted in a death penalty in which we can conserve before, for the murder of Walter Itice lat "dvocating the false theory of cut-- ! January 29th. ling (lie necessary expense for road The sentence and (lie words of work, because roads are not a luxury Judge Stout shocked his friends but a necessity, especially in limes gathered about him as lie was led of war. back to liis cell, pale and trembling His family have the sympathy of WAR SAVINGS STAMP CAMPAIGN, tho community that Oscar's fate livery eirort is being put forth lo should bo such. have the rural sections understand participate in the War Savings ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE All parties having claims against Slamp campaign now on. Speakers --M ill bo sent out from the estate of Jane Martin, deceased. will please present them within Berea lo the following school houses, ?H, at 2 p.m., to help boost sixty days. (he campaign: Scaffold Cane.Hockory I'arnest Jackson, Administrator, nd-- 2. Big Hill, Ky. Plains. Todd, Blue Lick. Johnson, Big Hill, Mallory. Webb, Narrow MARVELOUS WHEAT J0H SALE flap and We( Union. Let there bo a good atlendanco 500 bushels. Will bent" 20 to one at earh of these points nml cntch bushel, nt fiovernnu'iit price. ad. the spirit of buying War Savings Perry James, Berea, Ky. S tamps. lv Trankfort people eem lo think that because we are at war, the highways hotild be allowed to deteriorate. In the Hrst place, it help to win the war by maintaining the highway a'rendy built so that the product of the farm can be hauled to market cheaply, which means a ro- iliipfimi in nmiimiinnt nml limn non'nit ti nnn.nnii In m., M. It n ii n irt u, ... tti ... nml. furthermore, foodstuffs will be produced in greater abundance if there is a way of gelling (hem (o market, and new roads should be built only if they are of an economic and military iirtportance. At this time, good road will assist a great deal in relieving the congestion on the railroads. Second, counties that vote an extra road lax are not making any advancement whatever, they are merely standing stilly as it is necessary now lo have the extra tax because it require about Iwo dollars this yrar lo go a far as one dollar did " la-- t year. Third, the road system of a county represents several hundreds of thousands of dollars, and if the raids are not maintained, the original investment will be lost and if siiiHeient funds are not provided for such purpose, we will suddenly find we have no road and instead of conserving, we have been wastSome ,..,........ .,... 1 cirrus employes who were killed In the wreck nix miles west of here on the Michigan Central railroad lay In temporary morgues hero and ut Hammond, Ind., whllu circus otllcers made frantic efforts to compile an accurate Hut of dead and Injured. Only 24 of the bodies had .Most of the others been Identified. beyond were charred and mangled recognition. Kdward M. Italian), Ken eral manager of the circuit, Issued a statement saying figures compiled In dlcate that probably 85 persons had Killed, lie a ii a nasty taou a ,on of cllU,rcd emptojg howed that almost about CO are missing In addition to the 24 Identified dead Most of the missing were said to be "razor backs," many of them negroes. V. S. Wlpple. railroad trainmaster, alao has been given up as dead. Parts ot two bodies cremated In the furnace of tangled steel and timbers, which was the cirrus train, were dug out Authorities hald that If the death list Is as great an estimated by circus men, the additional bodies probably were reduced to ashes. An Inquest will be held at Hammond and Guxtavc Klauss. fireman of the troop train of empty Pullmans, has been ordered brought to Hammond to testify. "We will have the engineer, Alonzol K. Sargent, present when w o are ready for him," was all Deputy Coroner Greene, of Lake County, would say. Hargent Is being held In Kalamazoo, Mich. Neither man was Injured. New York and Chicago theatrical men and otllcers of the Showmen's League sent representatives here to offer csslst-ancto tbo Injured and relatives of the dead. Plans were discussed providing for the purchase of a lot In which all unidentified victims would be burled under a slnglu monument. None of the 125,000 In cash reported by circus otllcers as being lost In the wreckage was recovered. Tho list of injured In hospitals was reduced to 58 hero and 20 In Hammond. Only three or four of these are expected to die. The gruesoinu task ot trying to Identify charred, corpses continued throughout the day with the Intlux ot relatives of victims. Little progress Hagenbeck-Wallac- e e years old. and his daughter. Mrs. Grant Hurrows, 2S. were killed outright, tho tatter's husband. Grant 34, was so badly Injured that he ilft'd as he was being carried Into a hospital here, and Chestar I'letcher, 22, was hurt so that he Is hovering between life and death when an empty troop train, westward bound over tbo New York Central Hallway, struck Holland's auto on a dangerous grade crossing at Slate Cut, seven miles east f this city U. S. NAVY RECRUITING STATION 412 South Tourth Street, nur-row- s, Louisville, Ky. With nearly every brnncb of (he service open, (he U. S. Navy Recruiting Station, 112 South Fourth St., Louisville, is making an appeal for umre recrut. Nearly three thousand men Joined from Kentucky during the last (wo months, hut mre aro needed at once for active service on (be high sas. "The local draft lMartl have now received instruction to release men registered on June nth, 1918, for service in the Navy." said Lieut. H. H. Teach, recruiting olllcer for Kentucky. "The Wnr Department bulletin number one thirty lle. covers this point, and we hope that the young registrants will consider Joining the naval force. We can promise (hem service in a branch for wheb (hev are tilled by education and training. Nearly Vvery trade i open, automobile mechanic, truck driver, stenographers and painters are among the manv needed All questions regarding the service will be gladly answered by mail or in person at our main ofllre at Louisville or at any of the substation at Ashlnnd. Covington Lexington, Bowling Oreon. Oivinhop, or Paducah." HOSTESS HOUSES FOR COLORED SOLDIERS lliiui niciJi-- ncic euuilt'U u n uni on and men passed between rows of bodies retaining such Identification marks as. bracelets, lavalllers and signet rings. Circus folk, swathed In bandages and many on vcrutthes, haunted the morgue In search of relatives, and many collapsed when tho bodies they sought were found. An attempt to removo Klremun Gustavo Klauss from Michigan City to Hum-anmoml met with failure. Acting Coro- ner Henry C. Greene set a deputy to summon Kluuss, but the man returned to report that Klauss had gonu to Kal- Money spent for good road suramazou, Mich., whero Engineer Sn'r-- veys mean money saved in tho cost gunt U awaiting summon to the In- of the " road. luest. d J 1 Contracts have been nwarded byCJ the Young Women's Christian Association for the erection of two Hostess Houses for tho cnterlnln-me- nt of the relatives and friends of the colored soldiers stationed nt Camp Jackson, S. C, nnd Camp fiordon, fia. It is the plan of the association to provide similar Hostess Houses for all the camps nt which colored soldiers afr stationed. For tills purpose, committees to nssist in this work are formed among tho wives of olllcers. F. L. MOORE'S One Drop Jewelry Store FOR Can you refuse to loan your av- If you double tho road revenue ings when other men give their lives) Buy War Savings Stamps. They also serve who buy War Savings Stamps if they save and buy to the utmost of their ability, and buy in time. of your county you will not havni gono forward, lint will be nt n standstill as compared in former years, because of tho increased price of everything. Sold 1 it,,.M',ter CURES drtiiklna- - water cunu v. aurbonPeultry Remedy 9 GAPES CO.. First Class Repairing AND other dlirrtiw,clKler andUjltlii chick tnike dUesM . One II irsllunt of inMllclii). .At Valuina.lt tuitiitld. able ijulirr buck fnw ou rwjuuat. Fine Line of Jewelry BEREA, KY. by isiioi IIUII e Porter-Moor- lululsa. b. MAIN ST. Drug Co.j $100 in Education Equals $1,000 in Land. I June Jl. I'UH THE CITIZEN DON'T SHOOT PIGEONS THEY MAY BE ARMY MESSENGERS The 11. S. Doimrlmeiil of Agrloul- Pago Five. ' PORTABLE HUTS TOIl SOLDIERS SMART PEOPLE BUY DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS Thi Wnr Council tins appropriat- - HONOR BRAVE POLE - od tho sum of $158,200 for the pur A family Newppr for nil llial it right tun' urges hunters iml to shoot pig- - chase of 150 portable huts, which true, nntl Interfiling fens In llio nlr, for thoy may liu an' lo In1 shipped lo (ho American Koteluuko Will Ever De Name to De l'nlillhlfvrjrThurlir at Vrtr. Kr homing pigeons being trained In Hod Cross Commission In Revered by Thoic Who Reeognlie many sections by Hie Signal Corps of These bills arc (o lie used as tlis-IBEREA PUBLISHING cu. Hit Life't Devotion to the Sacred United Slate Army (o carry pcnnries and Immune wards at (liKorporaitdl Cauie of Human Liberty. messages across balllelleius. larmers camps lor American troons. WM C. FKOSTi C. II. WEKTtNnF.RRF.R, M.n.ilnf Editor THERE IS A REASON mid oilier breeders wlio allow llielr Subtcriplion Rain nttrntlnn lias, to pome of liberty each rny of the mililary routine. birds n few-ho- ur I'AYAHU: IN ADVANCE The work is valuable for llio in- - PUIU.1C recently been turnul buck tlnv. also are liable to loss from Il " Or Yrar rnreer nntl times of RICHMOND KENTUCKY lghl it affords llinso who have not shooting. I Munlh Tlinilileiis Kesri ti7.ki). In . Thrr Month ivlslled the camps and contoiimotil, rcrognltlim lias of 'iif liu liniiDMixe iniiirdvemenl in Hie iH't-- n incntirMetier or Rlfgrnl nrnnr-- bt n tfvi'ii to Ihe virtues mill n ,,, ,)f . Onler. Draft. Ileirliteml letter, or one ami two WHAT OLD TIN CANS ARE WORTH , ,,nMlfrlll (0 cent Uinp. CAP" ADDED nts of the l'nlli-l- i patriot. In NEW "OVER-SEA- S ... . ... it.- - .i OUR NEXT CONGRESS .. . .. how to The ilte utter mir name on .Many icuers in region 10 mr mi- pa liy Hie I raining (.amp t;onimis-visiblll- ly Hie United .States his contemporaries TO EQUIPMENT OF AMERICAN what ilatr your ul.tcrlptlcm It Pld. If It It not Tho National Security Leaguo of of collection and sale of vvhicli substnfjcial flnan- - nnd their ilcvci ihIiinIh hnve paid tribrhananl within three wekt aflrr renewal notify TROOPS Americn has begun a campaign to ""jillttlna- numVn will lw kMIjt tupi'ltnl If we ohl tin cans are being received from n, tns .,.n rendered by llio ute to his memory. Koine Americans cap now being Iho "over-se- a' arenolinnl. . secure a suitable Congress at tho private persons by Ihe I'. S. Depart- - (., Cross. To add to the human In have Joined In textlmnnlnlH, but only In new uny, uhllc their issued (o soldiers ill tile Expeditionforut. Anjr one .emlinir ut four yearly nient of Agriculture. The Depart - ,.r(!Si f Ihe slory. many incidents an InroiiKpk'iioiiH ary Forces, matches the uniform in election next fall. This is n step iulMrlptloni ran receWe The Uttlten free for bus taken no ment has been Informed by a oom-jnr(nlcd in the regular camp government Hie proct etllnps olllclnl or color, has a very low crown and well laken and merits careful at one year. at home of AilvertMnK ratet on anillf atlon. tention. pmiy engaged In del inning work folloiiintim, while pictorially llio iihronil. The apparent Indifference to has no brim or peak. It is so made, Tho conduct of tho war. and, in that cans practically free from rust activities in pecille camps aro the memory of this rcmnrkithlu innn that it may be folded and carried TIll'IO 1110 lllllilll r,(KH) (It'llliaHS in- mid foreign mailer are worth 912 a fact, tho very future of the Ameri in more than twenty illus- by a iinllon to which he pnvo his perv-'ec- in a pocket. terned iii IIm' 1'iiitoil Slal's. It n, f. o. b. its factory, and that trations fitting the text. can nation aro dependent, not only freely In n trying hnur may bo When the American forces enter upon liustlly attributed, In some qunrters, to tho election of n war Congress there are' from 7.0(H) l Hood cans in ed Ihe trenches, it wos found that that will enact necessary In- - proverbial Ingratitude of republics, Tin- - throe new national forests a ton. The company staled II be laws but "KEEPING OUR FIGHTERS FIT" tlie brims of their campaign hats upon - Hast remiutly established in tintho presence in the National lieves (hi' recovery of tin can to "Keepinp Our Fiphters Fit For hut the seeming neglect was tlniiblless sighting through Legislature approximately OW.OOil acres. In advisable only in the larger War and After." is the title or n very largely due lo the state of the interfered with or men or vision, ability, trench periscopes and that in tho times, anil Ihe Incessant demand town. volume by Edward Frank Allen. attention by Important current events. cases of tall men, the high crowns nntl broad experience, who aro tho In mil' Army rimvt Hutu aro !" Writltsi with .Ihe cooperation of IlnU conditions been normal, respect could be seen above the onranets, best qualified or our cirfzonship, to l teams, beside Hit' battalion Iliiynion B, Fodiok, chairman of the nnd honor would have been freely be- ,s 8() ,w lhnt ,t ppr. correctly solvo tho great internal ww WHAT WE HAVE MISSED liiiil(iiiirli'rs "tiilT, brigade ami di ... . nnd international questions that War and Navy Departments Com- stowed upon the name of the great nuts tne men to move witu prac Oipsy Smith says: vision (am. mission on Traininp Camp Acti-vili- e. Pole. Time whs when Ihe United tically the same freedom ns when come hornro our next Congress. "You have never seen tho hnvoc. Wo have problems berore us that The hook of two hundred .States vied with his native land In ac hel Standard safety rners are now vi!iiHcd the slaiipbler. suffered tho pape presents a most interesting claiming him a hero. The opportunity they are hatlos. The trench try Iho very souls or men, antl wo Issued lo men In Hie eoedltionary npony. felt the heartbreak that have picture of Ihe educational and re- of the tuition to whom he proved a met can bo worn over it. must ho sure qnd send to tho next friend In need did not. however, wnlt Only soldiers who have been with Congress forces. In addition, each man is come lo the allies of Europe at Ihe creational side of life at the various upon the present revival of Interest In tho best men wo have in Forces wear tho iued a toothbrush, comb, hair hands of thoseinpeople who are not fit army and navy .cantonnienLs and him, nor will the gratitude of the peo the Expeditionary to reports from each district. Unconditioned loyal cap. According commu camps in the United Slates, and i a civilized If he named brush, soap ami towels. ty must in every case ho a qualifiple of that nation cease when Ihe re-nity. And all Ibis (o alisry Iho prefaced by a very interesting vlvnl shall have spent Itself. The unit Franco, new regulations provide cation. Mr. Root, in a recent adinsignia More than (Ui.OOO masters, olllcers diabolical ambilion of (ho butcher 'Special Statement" from the pen ed States run nnd will, In due season, that olllcers shall wear their dress, said: "There is ono singlo nav Its debt to Poland In the name of "f rank on the cap and enlisted men predominant nullification for an find seamen on American merchant of Berlin." of President Wilson. Tho atmos Well, (herr--is only one way for us phere of (he camp permeates tho Koclus7.1o with quite ns much grace place on it tho button prescribed to election to our next Congress and vowels tniver'ing the war ones It Is striv- - lie worn fin the left side of the collar Imvo been Insured by Ihe United lo slop (his, ami that is by pottinc lory, which puts the reader in a nntl quite ns much honor as that is a loyal heart." Inc to pay Its debt to France In thei,,f (,,. service coat, back of our fiovoYnmont with every pranil-stan- d Slfllos finvorninent. This insurniice seat, as it were, at th.' mime of Lafayette. Kspecial caro, however, needs to And we can scenes of soldiers' Inlals more (linn .l 15.000.000. Claims power at our command. sports, and bo taken in tho matter, because in The part Ko.eliizko played In the Principle Mutt Be Adhered To. under the insurance are. u far, a liepin by pledinp ourselves lo save in an orchestra chair at the enter struggle of the colonies was made fa- One of tho statesmen who fashioned many congressional districts that lo the iilmosl of our ability nnd lo tainments which relievo the monot- - miliar to the school children of other this government upon Its broad lines have loyal majorities there will bo little more than $10.000. buv War Snvinp Stamps thai there generations In the Fourth reader. that hnve endured left us the guiding such largo disloyal minorities that money, labor and m:i- - COMMISSIONER PERKINS SENDS There Is little or nothing about him In wofils that "ctcrnnl vigilance Is the IIkw may bo able lo divide the loyal The new collar insignia for the mav be more (lie tho school readers of today. It wns price of liberty," nnd we should hold majorities, fiovornmonl with for REASURANCE TO ANXIOUS and thus tloreat the will Arniv Air Serxice consists of a pair (trial warus an engineer rather than as a fiphl the war. fast to that In nil our future; that or Iho people of tho district. This PERSONS nf hivrionlal bronze winm. with a which lo rior that he proved most useful to vlgllnnce which shall make us prepropeller placed The following cablegram, dated Washington. History credits him with pared In pence for possible wnr, pre- will bo duo lo tho action of politiliver Paris, June 7, was received at Na Ihe planning of the fortified camp of pared In wnr for promised pence, nnd cal parties. In such districts the verlicallv on them. It is worn by YOU AND OUR CASUALTY LIST olllcers and enlihled men in the He astiallv tional Headquarters from James H. General Gates at Ilemls Hclglrts, and wntchful both In pence nnd wnr for members or tho Democratic antl ReHave you noticed our to Ids skill is attributed very largely , principles nnd the policies which publican parties pnrtmenl of Military Aeronautics list recently? Do you realie near- - Perkins, American Red Cross Commen of all partthe plans that made possible the vic- hnve safeguarded the constitution and ies must pet together. They and (lit' llureaii of Aircraft Pro Iv K.300 of our boys have boon killed missioner for Europe: tory at Saratoga. He constructed the which will save. If nnythlng will save, In view of personal cable inquirshould agree upon a loyal man of iluction. The hat cord for cnllMeil or wotinileii tir capiureti ny ine helr-e- d fortifications of West l'olnt, and our republic till nntlons nre no more. one party or the other, who is sure men will be Kreen and black. Huns? Death in action ami from ies in large numbers to our perto make Greene's campaign In the believe it distinctly advis lo carry the district and all unite to sonnel. wounds and accidents amount Put His Americanism First. r more than MOO. The list prows with able that you reassure the public by etpress The military mis "You must remember," snld he who on him without regard lo party. Political parlies are important, vlcn establNlied for the Kxpedition- - the day, and will prow the more tho witlosi publicity that wo are first enme to us ns Marquis de la Foy' ette when he wns nsked by what tltlo anil wo shall always have them, arv lorces has cliarKe of the col ipiicklv a the number of the boy operating without disturbance, and (bat memJiers nf Red Cross and he preferred to be addressed when he but just at tho prosvnt tinvi they lection, dispatch, and delivery of in action increase. wns Inst on these shores, "that I am aro subordinate antl relatively un-- ir nil mail emanaliin; from and tletin The caualty list make vou more oilier relief orpanizntinns nro bo nn American general." portant. As the Prositlent has ed for the American forces in France. rendilv understand, perhaps why ing piven every thoughtful rare as He bad renounced meanwhile one to their safetv and welfare, and that If also will receive, dispatch and Ho fiovernment nnd those human"politic aro adjourned" ror of the proudest patents of nobility In said . or ar itarian apencies connerled with war no step will be left unlaken to in deliver the express Hint he might feel stronger tho present. The ono essential thing France riving in Franco for the American work call incessantly for financial sure their protection in any omer-penwithin him the cnll of freedom. The beroro all the people, and in the inthat may arise. Words can will deliver express support. Fund are needed to keep forces, and reply Is characteristic of his whole terest or all tho people, is to win tho outlook of life. bound for Ihe United Plates to the our men eonipperl. (n keep llieni not express (heir unfailing devowar in which wo aro engaged. For proper express company. lhat other things must ho laitl aside. or porly fed. to keep them cheered tion to duty; and while risks inciWo must put into Congress men who op to civo them everything thev dent, to (he tliseharpo of this duty EASTERN KENTUCKY NEWS for commissions as should have and as quickly as pos- must be taken, every precaution hrlievo wo must win tho war, and , Applicants (Continued trom Pge Eight) with our oblipations Urst. lieutenants in tli. Knpinoor sible. n that tho casually lil max compatible will act accordingly. Wo want men Crrps, accoiNlinc to a statement by im! bo increased because of Ihe lack will lie observed. miosis Wtilnesday at his homo near in our next Conres who will be the War Department, should be be of anythiiip. And tin not forpet that Woodstock. The body was embalm real representatives or tho people tween 32 and M years of ace and the number of men who must be MORE THAN 2.400,000 BOYS AND 'ed and kept till his sons arrived from ion who will represent the drivcaptains prtrvWod for increases each day, GIRLS PRODUCE FOOD as commission for Kno.xville, Tenn., ami Indiana. In ing power or the American people, More than ?, 100,000 boys nnd pirls between .TO and 12. The F.nclneer which means Ihe need of more and the death of Mr. Hurpan, wo lose a the driving power that is hack of were reached throuph club work Corps is conduction); a ampaipn more support from you. Congress, (hat is behind the adgood neighbor and worthy citizen. for 2.000 more commissioned onicers, Messrs. A. S. and John O. Farley, ministration, and that ' may. 0!od You are now asked to pledpe lat year, aocordinp to n eompila the exninininp board makine a tour vonrself to save to the utmost of lion recently made by the t'nited Walter Stevens and Kdward Cook, grant, make itself felt behind tho of the principal cities of the country voiir ability and to lmv W. S. S Stales Department of Agriculture, mane a nusiness trip. Saturday, 10 men who are puttering over conlo make examination readily avail that there mav be more money, which supervised this work in cotracts and lingering on tho road to Somerset. apricul-loral victory. able for applcants. Inbor and materials with which to operation with the State college. Of llii number apThe proat thing is to make bnck up those who fiphl and die ROCKCASTLE COUNTY Construction of additions and im for vou. When you do hi. be sure proximately rwi.000 made reports reel that the hundred millions N Wildle provomeiits tn the hospital establish to remember that in beiiur allowed which show t lint they produced and of America aro going as ono man, Wildie, Juno 25. Wheat harvest to ment of the Arniv in this country to do it., vou arti cranled a preal conserved products' anuiiintinp to lieat them; to make every AmeriKoteluuko. ing is the order of (ho day. Mrs sio.otHi.iHKi. in llio :u Nortnern anil during the past six months has been favor. Others give Hu'ir lives. can reel that all the rest or tho nna Miller, of Mt Vernon, visited We(ern Slates r!t0.(VV boys and pirls South u success. Congress recognized undertaken bv the Construction di hundred millions are with him in were enrolled. Of this number, 100. the value of his services, nnd tried to Mi,s Lou Phillips last week. A his miphtest efforts to beat the Gervision of (ho Army at an estimated them, crowd of young folks went from here The new HOW TAR BEHIND THE BOYS ARE ti2r, made complete report and pro- show adequate appreciation of 17.1. cost . of man. lie was given a vote of thanks nnd Sunday in automobiles to High Y0U7 duced and conserved products valuI'Uildinns consist of hospitals, The National Security League Persbiiip's men, relumed ed at $.1,700,000. In the South there breveted n brigadier general. When Uridge; all report n good time. Mrs speaks One of barracks, infirmaries and with the authority of our the American cause triumphed he de- Otis Frith of Cincinnati, "Ohio, and were 115,715 bovs enrolled in the cided to depnrt for Poland. nurses' quarters. The flcuro re fiom France, was sponkinp: best citizenship and its cautions her brother. Forest Coffoy. of Hrotl- - m ( ,)p , "When I left for home," ho said. regular work, who produced prodpresents work finished and in lb( This matter Koscluszko returned to a Poland that completion, both within "Iho boys over there were feoline ucts valued at $1,500,000. and 73,300 was outraged, torn, and stripped. He head, aro visiting their sister. Mrs. should have immediate attention and course of thnuplit pirls who produced and conserved plunged Into what seemed a hopeless Pearl Pr.H'tor.-Hrad- ley nur.lelto, , , , ,ip , (, t t and outside the camps nnd canton pirttv blue, because they that you hero in America wero not products valued at $1,500,000. In tho situation, and would have saved It, Willie yatt and James Ori 111,, have to!rM, of roa, s(atc.sinP and of incuts. b'ackinp (horn up ns you onpbt. Wo emergency club work in the South were It not for the weakness of Stan- joinod the Navy; they will leave to unquestionable loyalty. Many suhtlo islaus, who concluded u humiliating day ror camp. Mr. Sarah Weber Thousands of women are employed l.nd a pretty bitter winter over the club leaders reached over 100, peace. When the second partition oc- or traps aro likely to bo laid by tho Mt. Vernon is vjsjting Mr. and plant. there. The weather was the coldest 000 boys and approximately 1,000, In the United Stales enemies or our cause, and we must In 1703, n general rising of tho Mrs curred. Many 000 girl who produced and con Harrison Hraiiaman. Miss Lola1 ntncf n.t.t .ulel in ilnfnnf nnr! dn Thoy aro aclinc as inspectors nnd Franco has known in years. population took place, and Koscluszko llio entire pro- of ns were without proper food and served products valued at more than was made dictator. For u time he Mullins or Marethurg is visiting her V' I ,' U aro onpaced Ihruout v. i. nihiiiau. aiiio swept everything before him; the Itus-sln- n iiuni, .Mrs. cess of manufacture, according lo elothinp. .Some wero'even without $1,000,000. garrison at Warsaw was wined Coffey visited her sister, Mr. Stove n statement from the fias Defense shoos. None of us were complain Anplin at Jobnetta Iho latter part FAIR PREMIUMS IN Hundreds of nirls have fiitr, thoiiph, hut the foelinp that GOVERNMENT POWDER PLANTS out; success for his cnusc seemed Service. tloinp so much for assured. Then a l'riisstnn nrmy of last week. Mrs. Polly Milhy ol STAMPS PLANNED IN JANUARY NOW IN trained in the special art of when wo wero been entered the country from one side nnd J.ancastor is visiting her undo, T, Nearly half of tho premiums lo OPERATION Knoll sopa you. you wero not doinp ovorylhinp sewlnir the face nieces. two ltusslnn armies from the other, ( Reynold ami family. Albert ho awarded by tho 1918 Kentucky in vour power to hack us up some Operation has begun in two rale step in- - the assonihlinc of the times nntl, nfter n gnllant struggle, the I'oles Ramsey pretty hnnl. was with homo folks Institute Fair will ho paid in bit in powder plants two month suffered n crushing defeut at Macleo-wlcby women workers, mask is done like the little Irishman nbead nf schedule. When the task from Camp Custer. Mich.; h o, ings Stamps, nccording to informa-i- s where their commander fell, covuntil the mask Is completed, the last "We felt oveninp, of building (ho plants w(s con- ered with wountls. going back today ami he says ho! Hon received by tho Department of Is made nnd tho filial pro felt in a Y.M.O.A. hut ono insneetlnn A bunch of ns bad palhored (hero lo sidered by the Wnr Department in a short, Apriculturo from authorities of tho in Ho nrose again, however, nntl, after will leave duel is ready for shipment oversea listen (o a speaker from America .fanuary. it was predicted that tho Imprisonment In St. Petersburg, was time. Tho dry weather has matlo. State Hoard or Agriculturo or Ken- Drrinp (he course of his lecltiro ho production of powder might begin set free by the Kmperor Paul, from tho beans and Iris potntoos late. , tucky. Tho prico list for tho 1018 As a result of the studios at Iho sahl: August, barring unforseon de whom he refused a commission. In tho Kverybody remember tho Wnr Sav- -, foir totals $78,000, of whicli it is front, methods linvo been developed course of time he revisited the United ing.s Speaking hero Thursday night., estimated that $35,000 will bo paid "'Wo in America aro behind you lays, 80 per cent of whereby more than States, received n pension nntl a parcel liu Stamps. bovs (o a man.' The Sl20.000.000 allotted for tho of land, nnd was given popular as well Juno 27th, at the church house, (ho wounded, who orlprlnnliy re my little Irish friend pot up. plants is expected to pivo (be Oov as public honors, but ho was not conmililary hospitals for 'Then mained at tho 'Yes.' he said, 'you're all behind us, eminent a smokeless powder pro tented. He coubi not reconcile himself months, are now cured nnd returnof a ways behind- -- tliiclion enpneily oqunl (o all other to the alien law. At length be settled all riphl. n h the. forces in Hiroo or four ed lo " American plants combined. In con- quietly In Switzerland, ami one of his Army snrpoons 1.000 lllilortr' . weeks. In order that Aro you that far behind "tho struction of the plants, it was found lust acts was tho granting of freedom KiiiMnnoil at camps, cantonments nnd hoys"? If' you are, move up closer necessary lo build n new town on to the serfs on his puternul estate. 111 Acres on Dixie Highway just outside of Berea, other militnrv hospitals In Hil Put all vour onorrTy into this War each site (o house (ho employees, Thndileiis Koscluszko's name Is Ineoniitrv ninv thorouplily uiidersianii S'avinps delibly written, not only In the hisjoining the Kinnard and Silas Moore places. Campalpn. Savo to (be iil- and apnroxinuijoly 9.000 different tory, In the nomenclature of the Iho latest treatment of wnr wound, Streets Unitedbut Department has mosl of your ability anij pnl your hi ildings wero erected. Americans of his States. The (ho Annv Medical One Third Ctth, balance one, two and three years with interest. If savinps into W R'. S., ami pet every- ttero put down nnd sewered, power time, the pioneers nnd had established spoeinl classes of one else o do the same. Make "tho plnnts interested address owner. constructed, nnd stores nnd were not unmindful of or Indifferent instruction to which aro sent hoys'1 in Franco realize, (hat while hospitals Approximately to his services, and they strove to liuilfc. oflleors who, upon compleproat. it is oasi .Tj.000 men worketl on construction prove thelf gratitude by nuiuluB after L. G. CLARK, West Poi.t, Mississippi courses, rolurn to their the mileapo mny ho tion of their Iv spanned bv vour willingness liininl about 30.000 will eventually bo him many counties aud towns. Chrisown hospitnls nnd Instruct other help. tian Science Monitor. lengnpod In tho nctunl production gilirxeon? in those methods. of powder. The Citizen hc OWEN McKEE Editor-ln-CW- Knp-Iiiii- iI . r I'ml-ofTl- lll ,,,,.,, renin-lilIMin- - ,.i IJUralUrmta-ltrntoanrwhootiUI- r,, re pre-setite- u do liiiM-liitl- T, .... lwt-blad- ed 1 ari-dup- cv ! I Oor-ma- ny 117-1- 5. pns-ma- sk !. st WAR-SAVIN- nt e, War-Sav-nip- ht I 1 1 War-Savin- gs CHOICE FARM FOR SALE nation-builder- If You Could Not Go To School During Regular Term You Should Go The Summer Term. Page Six. THE CITIZEN June 27. itflH MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spence. Fnrm Demonstrntor nnd Special Investigator SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG 1st Door Training Hint ndda to HOME DEPARTMENT Conducted by Miss Margaret Dizncy, Director of Home Science crop of potatoes. Prepare the land thoroughly and give I hem a chiini' to grow. Our early or Mrt rro Is damaged greatly by dry weather The finvernmeiit doesn't nk very Potatoes can be planted as late a nnirli of yon. II merely aks you to .luly 20. Try a patch this yc'ar if do without unncre.ary things nnd you have never tried it before. money nved thorebv in invest ectirlllos. Yon ran buy War SavTO FARMERS the nation. ings. Stamps and AM wheat and rye land should In Remember Hint every time yon put in rowpeas or Huekwhenl buy a War Saving Stamp, whieli a possible, if it isn't seedei ! red 'iMable in co'd in 192.1 you to grass. We need the rowpeas foi are llring a shot at Berlin. feed nnd fooil hut li for man am beast. We need the buckwheat for WHAT TOUR COUNTHY EXPECTS feed, food and bees. Our Govern Your country is counting on you meut is urging all bee men to lak to furnish the sinews of war in thK better care of their bee. Any in (lie mii'oli"t contest (tint the wor'd desired on bees, writ has ever known. It is counting on your county agent. We can't afford your money, your labor, and your not n utilise all good vacant lam World wars So let's ow enwpeas now and buck pirlt of cannot be won by tnlk alone nnd they wheal, not later than July 10. cannot be won by resources unless thoe resources arc so directed that FARM POULTRY HOUSE they count in the actual prosecuA model farm poultry house can tion of the war. lie found at County Agent Spence's America, as we all know, is the office. It's on exhibition for all who richest nation in the world. It has are interested in building a bouse, the most money, the most factories Come in and get a plan to build by and the most natural resource. But Ibis fall. A plan costs nothing in the money will not do us any pood formation free from County Agert ir the war unless it is mobi ied with all poultry bulletins in addi for the uo of the Government tion. Come and look this bouse over. This is why he War Saving It was furnished bv Berea Rank and Stamp campaign was devised by the Trust Company. The bouse is nut (tovernment. It pives every man. to be moved, but plans can be made every woman and every child an opfrom house anil taken borne. Women portunity to do something for the are asked to come and see it. cruntry they love. You do not have ' be a millionaire and buy a lot if Bulaars Attack Royal Train. bond. Your twenty-liv- e cents for a Munich, May 27. Travelers (into Thrift Stamp or your $1.17 cents Toi a War Savings Stamp will help Ing here from Germany declare that your country and help it now. And discontented Bulgarian soldiers attacked Emperor Chnrles train after It had the fact that you did without some-thileft Constantinople. to pet the money to purrha'o this stamp will help even more, for Hun Seeka Haven. Madrid, May 27. The German mh. the country connot pet its war work hns entered the port of done if (be factories are busy marine :antnner. snn In. It wns lenrned. ministering to your pleasure. DOING? "W at youcelf this ijut k nut I doing toward helping my rotui-Ir- y win tin wnr?" If ymi nre tint dotirp something, don't you think you nre a very lukewarm American? WHAT AM I A-- lin: IRISH POTATOES Now is the time to plant the lab PEOPLE MILITARY POST THAT WAS NAMED FOR WASHINGTON to Berea's Vocational Schools your nioncy-enrning power, combined with general education. TOR YOUNG MEN Agriculture, Carpentry, Bricklaying, Printing, Commerce, nnd Telegraphy. Home Science, Dressmaking, Cooking, FOR YOUNG LADIES Nursing, Stenography nnd Typewriting. yrr -- -- nit 2nd Door Berea's Foundation School General Education for thoso not fnr ndvnnced, combined with some vocational trninlng. No matter what your present advancement, we can put you with others like yourself nnd give chnnco for most rapid improvement. 3rd Door Berea's English Academy Course For those who are. not expecting to teach nnd who are not going It nlso gives thru College nnd desire more general cdticntion. the best gcncrnl educntion for thoso who wish a good start in study and expect to carry it on by themselves. 4th Door Berea's Normal School This gives tho best training for those who expect to tench. Courses nre so nrrnnged that young people can teach through the summer nnd fall nnd nttend school through tho winter nnd spring, thus earning money to keep right on in their courses of study. Read Dinsmoro's great book, "How to Teach a District School." 5th Door Berea's Preparatory Academy Course This is tho straight road to College best training in Mathematics, Science, Languages, History and all preparatory subjects. Tho Academy is now Berea's largest department 6th Door courses A twenty-liv- e Berea College in nil advanced subjects. This is tho crown of tho whole Institution, nnd provides standard by years tho board has remained tho unusual situation in which the whole country it impossible for us to live on the snmo money This adds ffl.GO to tho former expenses of tho expenses of the boyu but still leaves tho schools and "cheaper than staying at home." Temporary Raise in Board is forced war conditions. For same in Berea. but the finds itself now makes as we have in the past the girls and (15 CO to coit hnlf that at other np PAYMENTT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental fee nnd room rent by the term, board by tho half term. Installments nre as follows: FALL TERM U-- 5 was In n damaged condition. t Expenses for Boys VOCATIONAL AND FOUNDATION SCHOOLS ACADEMY AND NORMAL CoLLKOT. Incidental Fee Room $ 5.00 I - 6.00 I 7.00 ... 12.25 Board, 7 weeks Amount due Sept. 11. IM8.. 2155 Board, 7 weeks, duo Oct. 20.. 1255 '30.50 Total for Term Incidental Fee Room 7.00 7.00 12-2- 7.00 12.25 5 each boy and girl enrolled In dub work must sign n enrd pledging Have Had Carlisle, Pa., Claims Within Ita Limits a Station of lm hmwlf or herself, through food portance That Antedates the Nation- production and food conservation, to al Capital by Many Years Made help win tho war and world pence. First Move for American Liberty. Ily Ibis pledge each member promises lo endeavor lo tho best of his I'n., claims to linvc or her ability In follow InstrucCAIILISLK, Its lluiltH theIn first tions attend meetings of tho club, tho United States to lie mimed for mnke an exhibit, keep accurate recGeorge Washington nnd to have the ords and make n complete report of hh or her activities and achieveoldest meeting house west of the wherein the germ of Ainerl ments, niember is then furrun liberty was conceived. nished wilh n handmie certillcale Access to hidden records nnd facts signed by the f?lnle club leader, and long burled In Mute archives Is reupon successfully completing tho writing history nnd n lately discovered "Uncompleted Paper" by the Into work of the club for the venr i Chrlstlnn P. Humrlrh, Esq., discloses given a diploma of achievement. the fact that on the pret-cn- t site of t ho United States Inillnn school tit CarCAMPAIGNS AGAINST RATS lisle In prerevolutloimry times whs nn To reduce (he $200,000,0(10 los H Impor- food "recognized establishment of and other property destroy-"- d tance, nnd of great historical Interest," annually by rats, the Bureau of known its Wnshlngtonhurg. No record Is found In stnte or coun- Biological Purvey of the United ty of Its existence, but research shows Slates Department of Agriculture is that It was quite nn Important plnco giving advice as well a assistance mill more tlinn n suburb of Carlisle. in u number of lnle and local camIt nt n national nnd not n state es-- paigns against this worst of pests. Stale-wid- e campaigns are in progress in Mississippi, wv.st Virginia, and Georgia, while Maryland. Minnesota, and Alabama are planning lo lake up such work in a few week. These campaigns are usually made llirougb county agents and emergency worker', by cooperation with the Slates Relations Service. The Hoard of lleallh of Kansas has been making a State-wid- e educational campaign acainst rats, while many local organizations in cities, villages and rural communities' have been engaged in active efforts to eliminate these animals. An indication of the increasing interest taken by the public f this work is shown in the steadily increasing demand for nntirnt bulletins nnd posters ptblished by the department. CHILDREN'S IN Department of Agriculture and tho slnlo agricultural colleges, composed "f all club memliers in tho 33 North, rrn and Western Slates. In order to become n member of this club D0YS' AND GIRLS' LMERTY FOOD CLUn A Hoys' and Girls' Liberty Food Citib Is being organized by tho U. H. 2555 1255 '37.50 2055 1255 38.50 WELFARE E THIRTY-FIV- CAMPAIGN STATES Expenses for Girls S 5.00 ( COO BILLS The Packer's Bill for Live Stock For the first six months of our operations under the Food Administration, ending April 30, 1918, Swift & Company paid for DRESSED WEKHT LBS. live stock 1,558,600.000 $323300,000 For the same period in 1917 1338300.000 $210.400.000 Increase in Weight 16V496 220,300.000 Increase - $113,400,000 in cost 54 Board, 7 weeks Amount due Sept. II. 2350 2450 Board, 7 weeks, due 0!. 1050 1050 Total for Term '34.00 '35.00 This does not include the dollar deposit nor money for books or 7.00 1050 1018.. 22.50 30.. 1050 '33.00 I 7.00 1050 7.00 7.00 1050 James Wilson. talillshment, for "Col. Flower, Comnils- of Mllltnry Stores," requests that be might have "Cnrpenters, Purrlers, (Sun Smiths, Tinmen, Sail dlers nnd Shoemakers" for work at this place. Coal Used Industrially. Dr. Charles F. lllmes of Dickinson college writes: "It was, too, nn dnte, or rather, at least In regard to fuel employed, for nnthmctte coid from Wllkesburre region wns Una ted down the Susquehanna nnd limited In wagons from Hurrls' Ferry (Hiirrlstiurg) to this point. This wns the first um of such coal, on Mich n scnle. and for In dustrlal purjsises." Evidence of the lorge force of workmen employed Is found In a ment bill, dnted February 7, 1781, for IK) bend of beef cattle to xupply the nrtlllrers nnd others nt Washlngtotitiurg, ut the "Continental works near Carlisle." The contention Is that this mllitarj ui-t- laundry. Special Expenses in Addition to Incidental Fee Business Full Wintrr Sfrinp Stenography and Typewriting 110.00 112.00 Sli.00 Bookkeeping (brief course) 11.00 12.00 10.00 Bookkeeping (regular course) 7.00 6.00 5.00 Business course for students in other departments: 9.00 1050 750 Stenography Typewriting, with one hour' use of instrument 6.00 7.00 5.00 Com. Law., Com. Geog, Com. Arith., or Penmanship, each.. 1.80 2.10 150 In no case will special Business Fees exceed $15.00 per term. Any able-bodied Kvery stale in the Union has its definite quota of children's lives lo be saved. Thlrly-flv- e are now organized for welfare campaigns and thirteen are actually at work on the weighing anil measuring tests, which are the llrt steps in ascertaining tin general condition of the children. p This s the rnnt general of American childhood that has ever been attempted. The measures planned for this campaign are virtually the snme tlint F.nglnmf found it necessary (o take in the .second year "f the war. slnek-tnk-in- TO CORRECT A WRONG IMPRESSION young man or young woman can get an education is The Consumer'o Bill for Meat must necessarily have increased correspondingly, as Live Stock prices and meat prices fluctuate together. When the producer gets high prices for his live stock, the consumer's meat bill must necessarily be larger. Year Book of Interesting and Instructive facta aent on requeat Address Swift ft Company, Union Stock Yardi, Chicago, Dlinoia centralized creamery, extras 44c. Prime firsts 33V&C, Units 32c, ordinary firsts 28c Live Poultry Hrotlers, 1H ID ana over, 46C60c; under 1H lb, 3540c; fowls, 4 lbs and over, 26c; under 4 lbs, 26c; roosters, 18c. 46c, (tost was the first place In the United SlHtes to lie mimed for Washington and that Its existence antedates hy years Washington, D. C. When (Jenernl Wushlngton wns In Curllsle during the whisky rebellion The public schools will close about Christmas and the teachers Hamilton, worand advanced pupils should not be idle through the long winter he, with Alexnnder shiped In the "Old Preshyterlnn Meetstudying in Berea where the best education can months hut should be ing House" on the public squnre In be gotten for least money. Carlisle, and It wns In this Identical meeting house, on July 12, 1774, n year Applicants mnst bring or send a testimonial showing that thsy an before the Mecklenburg declaration, a above 15 years old, in good health and of good character. This may bi public meeting of patriotic citizens signed by some former Berea student in good standing or some reliablt gathered from the town nnd surrounding country, condemned the act of the teacher or neighbor. The use of tobacco is strictly forbidden. llrltlsh parliament nnd urged vigorous For information or friendly advice write to the Secretary, measures) to correct the wrong. Col. John 'Montgomery was the MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Ky. otllter. James Wilson wns present nnd wus npiKlnted one of the members of tho committee to meet with other comCaTves CINCINNATI MARKETS. Extra S16.26O16.60, fair to mittees to take action. He wns later a 'good $12016.60, common and large 18 member of the Continental congress, n Flour, Hay and Grain. Flour Winter patent 10.9011.35; ' 12. signer of the Declaration nnd a Justice rye flour, Northwestern blended 110 Hogs Selected heavy 116.25O16.60, Wing's history good to choice packers and butchers of the Supreme court. fell, Hay No. 1 timothy 19. No. 2 $16.60, mixed packers 116.60, stags 110 spates, "and when In the Continental 012, common to choice heavy fat sows congress he received Instructions from I161&. No. 1 clover mixed bis constituents la Cumberland county Oati No. 1 white SOft'Slc, stand-ar- d 1110 14.60, light shippers $16.60. white 8080ttc, No. 3 white 79 V4 Sheep Extra $12.60 13. good to to advocate an entire separation from 80c, No, 2 mixed No. 3 choice $116 12.60, common to fair the mother country. This wns mixed 73HQ74HC 10. $7.60 the first utterance of that sentiCorn No. 2 white J1.80&1.8G, No. 3 ment of the country." white Jl 7601. SO, No. 2 yellow 11.70 Bancroft's Tribute to Wilson. 1 76, No. 3 yellow S1.65W1.70. No. 2 ERADICATING SHEEP AND CATTLE Bancroft suys of Wilson : "He was an mixed M.051.70, No. 3 mixed 11.40 SCABIES anient patriot, like many other emi61.45. By 1020 thero will bo no territory nent men of Hint day not at first utter, Eggt and Poultry. IJutter Whole tullk creamery extraa under quarantine for sheep and cat- avowedly In favor of severance from at Berea if thero the will to do so. If it is impossible for any young man or young woman to be in school the full year, by all means they should enter for a course during the winter and spring terms. prot-lriln- Knrolled nurses as soon as assigned by the American Red Cross lo I be Arniv or Navy Nurse Corps pass entirely beyond the Red Cross jurisdiction. As members of military units, they nre paid by tho Government, wear Army or Nnvv nursing uniforms and are under the orders of the medirnl staff of tho survonns general. Because all bns-pilin war zones nre marked wilh red crosses, some laymen havo gained the very erroneous impression that all such hospitals are ned Cross institutions and that all nurses in them nre Red Cross nurses. The five large hospitals operated by the American Red Cross nnd tho many convalescent homes it is establishing for wounded or sick soldiers, are, like the many institutions for the civilian sick it maintains or aids in Europe, supplementary to and entirely distinct from the American Armv and Navv field nnd base hospitals hero nnd abroad. Hard to Beat This. Women seem to be mor given to the "marrying habit" than men. A Hoer woman mimed De Hoer hus been "spliced" to no fewer than seven different huihumls, mid Is the proud mother und stepmother of 58 children, while her grandchildren number well over als mil li17. 775c, prol-nbl- y m Eggs Swift & Company, U.S. A. Cattle Heavy steers S14017: butch er steers, extra $1516, good to choice I12W16. common to fair I9.5u0iz; heifers, extra 113V14.50. good to choice IU.26&13, common to fair $9 Oil: cows, extra 111012.60, good to choice I8.60&11. common to fair $7 ; cDoers, 1707.60, atockera and parishes in Louisana. Live Stock. The vote of James Wilson deterHad mined the vote of Penmtylvnnla. Pennsylvania fulled to accept the resolution we today would be under antle scabies, it is believed by offici- the mother country, but he desired It other ling. Philadelphia may be considered "Tho als of tho Bureau of Animal Indus- when ho received definite Instruction blrthplnre of American liberty," but try. F.nectlvo April 15, tho Secre- from bin constituents." Hellman, writing of the latency of Its conception In the "Old Presbyterian tary of Agriculture issued nn order Meeting Meeting House," In Carlisle, Cumber-Inn- d held In the releasing from quarantine tho last this meeting July 12, 1774,"Old wiys: 'The House" on county, Pennsylvania, made It four counties In Texas, constitut- Influence, therefore, of tho meeting, or iKisslble to be Itorn. ing tho remainder of tho area under of subsequent Instructions to which It purt In the ".evoluThe Seote)i-Irli.l- i quarantine for cattle scabies In tho gave rise, KeeiuB to have determined tionary war nnd the events preceding entire United States. There still the action of Pennsylvania In that It Is becoming more apparent and Imremain under quarantine for sheep great crisis which men even like John portant, und the actions taken In the scabies ten counties in California Dickinson were too timid or too cow- Presbyterlun meeting houses throughout Pennsylvania ure vltul to historic eleven counties in Texas nnd three ardly to meet." recital. Utdera 18 June :'7. I0IH. THE CITIZEN V,Pago Sovoa. GOOD IMPBOVED UNirOEM INTERNATIONAL WW.W.V.W.WAWWV SUlMSaiOOL Illtile Imtl.ule uf Clil. iiko.) 151s, (CopyrluM. Wextern air iikv of vI TiSiclier Lessor riTZ,Ti:ii n tiKliKli Illlil. Iii emperdnce I ran (ComltiHnl by thn Nntlonal Woman'i Christian Tempemnre t'nlon.) DEER AND THE WAR. Save, save, save I These nre words that wo face at every turn, says Corn Stoddard In tho Union Signal. Money for Liberty loans; food for the allies anil the peoples; and for the boys nnd youths who are to light tho battle for democracy. Save I Through all the grave or sometimes gay aspects of this many-sidethrift war-tossed HANDICRAFT FOR BOYS By A. NEELY HALL Author f "Th llsndr Hay" "Tht n Cftftsmsn," Handicraft far Hand? - REASON, TOOI S It hnppened nt n lied Cross ten held nt n country club. The fussy old gentleman of the white vest tapped the tweed-clayoungster on the shoulder. BUNKER HILL PROVED SPIRIT OF COLONISTS the surrounding hills, were between 1(5.000 nlld undisciplined Americans. The British, thus cut off from 'Himuim-atiowith (he maino i 20,-ik- mi n. n.. the M.x,,ty J. YoMVow l ni'n Newspaper i LESSON FOR JULY 14 REAOINQ GOO'S WORD. LF.SHON TBXT-I'salma l:MI; Act S; endeavor there recurs n Jarring element Questions nrlse which will not be silenced. What of the money, the food, the Involved In the production mid use of beer? M, M0G. We know from government statistics I. Charaeterlatlca of God' Word that the amount of foodstuffs used In ll:7-ll)- . (IV. making beer wns greater In 11)17 than The Psalmist lions sets fortli six de In 11)1(1 or 11.--. We knew the world's scriptive titles nf Ood's Word, six out- food supply was low yet we allowed the standing qualities, and six resultant brewers to use more foodfsturfs last year than In either of the two preeffects. ceding years. FIKST OUOUP A .'!) per cent reduction In the grain 1. Title: "The Law of the Lord" used In brewing has been ordered for (v. 7). 11 j-- thin In mennt tho fundamental 11)18. but this stilt leaves an amount principled which Ooil as n mornl being of food materlnt to go Into the brewery reveals to the consciences of men lis vats, appalling under the circumstances. binding upon the soul. 2. Quality: "Perfect" (v. 7). Take the single Item of barley. The It In free from omissions nnd re- barley used by American breweries last dundancies. It In perfect ns a morul year. If made Into Hour or sent Into Franco for brend, would have been code, nnd It perfectly accomplishes equal to the normal bread ration of mun'H salvation. people for n year. This we 3. Effect: "Converting the Gout" lenm from no less an authority thnn (t. 7). The practlcnl effect of the Inw of u new book on food written by VerGod Is to turn men to Clod himself, non Kellogg and Dr. Alonzo K. Tnylor righteousness nnd hollnet.J. of the United States food administraHKCONl) (IIIOUI' tion, which gives the bread values for 1. Title: "The Testimony of the r.0,000,000 bushels of barley bread enough for our nrmy many times over, Lord" (v. 7). It In the witness which Ood bears uh or more than enough for nil llelglum to hlit attributes, nnd against ninnV or the smitten people of tho French nlnH. war lone. 2. Quality: "Sure" (v. 7) 1 man-powe- r (lOLDKN TKXT-- Tii nholl know (he truth, nnd Ilia truth utinll tn.ikn you frro. Jolm 1 12. ADDITIONAL MATKIttAI. KOK 17 ji. lwj.ps: II II, Iinlnh I6.1.II, John 6 33 tnitifino It I. DRVOTIONAt. UKAIIINO-fral- nu 119: ! The liquor men are waiting food. revise In It our Interests for time nnd Last year the wasto nmountcd to eternity. 7,00.000.0)Q pounds of foodstuffs. 3. Effect: "Making Wlie the " They are waiting labor. About (v. 7). The simple nre thorn? who hnve hum-hi- .100,000 men nro engaged In tho manufacture, sale and distribution, of open nnd teuchable minds. booze In breweries, saloons nnd resTHIKD OHOU1' 1. Title: "The Statute of the Lord" taurants, ns brewers, bartenders and waiters at a time when every man (t 8). Is needed In some useful occupation These nre the principles or charge which the Lord Ktves to us all, to tit to help win tho war. They are waiting life. Ilartenders, us to rightly perform the duties which tho different rvlutlous of life make brewery workers and waiters In saloons lose un average of sir years obligatory upon us. of life on nccount of their occupa2. Quality: "Right" (v. 8). They nre from the righteous Ood tions. If the noo.000 men who make nnd are absolutely Just and equitable. and sell booze lose nn nverage of six 3. Effect: "Rejoicing the Heart" (v. yenrs of life. It makes a total of 1,800,- 000 years of life. The nverage mnn 8). The true heart rejoices In Justice works nhout .'10 years so that tho liquor tralllc Is using up the equivannd equity. lent of 00,000 men In each generation. FOURTH OIIOUP 1. Title: "The Commandment of the And this Is too great a price for the nation to pay. Lord" (v. 8). For these reasons (1) tho waste of This brings Into view the personal God who stands back of his law to en- food. (2) the waste of labor, (3) tho force Its demands to require obedi- waste of life we have n right to de mand that the liquor business be abol ence to Its precepts. ished. From Publicity Mnterlal Sent 2. Quality: "Pure" (v. 8). of Out by tho Federal Council It Is free from deceit nnd error. 3. Effect: "Enlightening the Eyes" Churches In Its "Strengthen America" Campaign. (v. 8). The effect of Ood's law Is to give CONSIST PLAN man ability, not only to under-Htau- RATIFICATION ENT WITH AMERICAN DEMOC his love and salvation, but to bo RACY. wtse as to the things about him. "Prohibition In the organic law will FIFTH OltOUI' 1. Title: "The Fear of tho Lord" (v. forever destroy the keystone In the arch of true democracy," Is the charge 0). Heading the Word of Ood produces by tho opponents of the federal reverential fear In tho heart of tho amendment. They deplore the fact that n big, populous stnte like New reader. York should count for no more than 2. Quality: "Clean" (v. 0). It Is not only clean In Itself, but it small, sparsely settled stato like Hanctlfles the heart of those who re Nevada In tho matter of ratification of They go even farthe nmendment. ceive It. 3. Effect: "Enduring Forever (v.O). ther and Insist that such n method of The life nnd relationship founded procedure Is undemocratic and It is certainly too Into upon his Inw abldo forever. In the history of tho nation to make SIXTH GUOU1' of the such u claim. As has been logically 1. Title: "The Judgment said, this method of amending the Lord" (v. 0). Hy this Is meant the sentences pro Constitution not only Is not opposed to tho American system. It Is Inherent nounced by Ood's Word. If the principle In 2. Quality: "True and Righteous" In that system. volved In this method Is wrong, If It Is (v. 0). The penalties prescribed by Ood ngalust public policy, tho way to remnro true, conformable to the Intuitive edy It Is to amend article 5, which provides this method of changing morul sense of man. 3. Effect: "Serve at Warnings and tho fundamental law, rather than to denounco tho provisions of tho article Bring Reward" (v. 11). If tho warnings bo beetled, ship- as Inconsistent with American Instiwrecks upon life's Ben will be pre- tutions. vented. Be&ldes Ood pays a wage for obedience to Us laws. Godliness Is FOE MOST TO BE FEARED. Ar"Tho foo that I fear most," said profitable unto all, having the promise of the life that now is, und that which thur Meo, author of "Defeat or Vic tory," at a recent meeting In Queen's Is to come. deII. A Notable Example of Dlblo hall, London, "Is tho man who is stroying tho food I shall want for litStudy (Acts 8:2KI0). tle Marjorle Meo when famlno comes." 1. Who It Waa (v. 17). Ethiopian eunuch, a man of And an outraged andlenco cheered to Tho ETt'at nuthorlty. Ho was tho secretary tho echo Mr. Moo's Indictment of "a of the treasury of tho Ethiopian queen. trade which from the first day of tho The wisest and best men and women war till now, has never strained a of tho earth have been referent stu- ncrro to help this land; has hindered dents of the Bible nnd have testified It, hampered It, kept bock ships and guns, caused the loss of thousands of to Its beauty and power. our soldier's lives, uud bus all the tlmo 2. The Clrcumstancea of (v.8). force It wus while traveling that this been tho grcutest great ineji wus studying tho Illble. outside the German uruiy." This Is a most excellent way to SHOULD WET moments while ou a Journey. In tho face of tho terrific struggle 3. Doing Personal Work (vv. l'lilllp wastakcn from his great for human freedom should we spend vongolistlc work In Buuiuria and di- approximately a billion dollars a year rected to go to tho desert Tho Spirit for beer when this money is needed directed l'lilllp to Join himself to tho for Liberty loans, tho Cross and chariot in which tho Ethiopian was those thousand and ono beneficent traveling, rblllp ran In obedience to agencies essential to all humanity In tho Spirit's command. One should bo Should wo glvo tho brewalert ror tho Spirit's direction as for this crisis? 'world tho Indlvlduul with whom to do per- er foodstuffs that a hungry eunuch wus inquir- could use, or coal needed for heat. sonal work. The ing after the way of life, But still light and power, or jra.isportatlon needed for men, food, fuel and bo needed tho help of a Splrlt-UugSim-piee, d 29-37- It is plain nnd Infnlllhle. We enn WORSE THAN WASTED. "My boy," he snld, "why nro you not iiora,- tie In the nrmy?" The boy smiled. "To bo frank with (Copyright, by A. Neely Hall.) you, sir," he said, "I don't like It. There's nil this business of sleeping KNOTS AND HITCHES. In the mini, and uncooked food, nnd In Its Consequences That Conflict Ilelow are a few knots nnd "hitches" rnln nil the time dashed uncomfortRanks at the Most Momentous of every boy should know. Oet two able, you know." that "Fnrotnfortnhlel" Tho white vest-froAll the Struggles of Revolutionary pieces of light rope and work out each heaved Indignantly. "Are you not Days Revealed to the British the as I describo Its formation. A rope has threo parts tho "bight" of age, In good health or physically True Spirit of Their Foes. fit?" or loop (L, Fig. 1), the "standing part" or long end (8, Fig. 1), and tho wo, "Ves sound ns n drum. Just twenty-tA LITTLE beforo no dependents." The young mi rise t 113 yenrs man wns still cheerful. Tho InevitaSTANDING PARTl ble group gathered about them. 'END ngo, n few hunAmerlcnn dred "Disgusting I Have you no patriottroops stacked ism no love of country? What Is their guns, threw your reason for not being In the nrmy? off their packs, Confess, cownrd !" seized "I can't be," snld the cheerful youth. tools, trenching Eighteen hours' "I'm In the navy. nnd set to work lenve nnd special permission to wear with great spirit clvles.' " FIC.2 Ssr At midnight Hos Overhand Knot ton was burled In sleep. TheRentry's Cares for It. cry of "All's well 1" could bo heard dis "And do you enro for the theater, tinctly from Its shores. Mrs. Murphy?" At dawn, 143 years ngo, Amcrl "Sure, I do not. My husband docs cans at work were seen by the Bailors 5tEF the thaL" on board the British ships of war and fig.3 "Does what?" cnptnln of alarm was given. STEP 2, "Cares for tho theater! lie's the the Lively, the nearestThe ship, without tho Janitor!" wnltlng for orders, put a spring upon her cable nnd, bringing her guns to RIGHT IN IT. bear, opened a fire upon the hill. Ono man, among n number who had lncau tlously ventured outside, was killed. A subaltern reported his death to Colonel S FIG. 4 GRANNY KNOT I'rcscott and asked what was to bo done. "Bury him," was tho reply. It was the first fatality In the battlo of Bunker Hill, one of tho most mo mentous conflicts In our Revolutionary hjstory. It was the first regular battle "end," usually the short end used In between tho British and tho Americans forming the knot or hitch (E, Fig. 1). and most eventful In Its consequences, To begin with the simple Overhand The British had ridiculed and despised Knot (Fig. 2), mako a loop (L) and their enemy, representing them as das pass the end (E) through the loop. tardly nnd Inefficient; yet hero the best In Joining two pieces of rope with British troops, led on by experienced a Square Knot (Fig. 3), first twlet officers, were repeatedly repulsed by the ends (E. E) as shown In Step 1, an Inferior force of that enemjr mero and then form an Overhand Knot on yeomanry from works thrown up In a top as shown In Step 2. Notice the single night, and suffered n loss rarely difference between the positions of the paralleled In battle with the most vet ropo ends In this knot and in the ernn soldiers. According to their own Oranny Knot shown In Fig. 4. The returns their killed nnd wounded, ont Square Knot will hold, tho Oranny of a detachment of 2,000 men, amount knot will slip. ed to 1,054, and a large proportion of The Fisherman's Knot (Fig. 6) Is a "Virginia Is consistent in everythem officers. The loss of tho Ameri secure knot and one easily loosed. In thing, isn't she?" cans was 411 out of 1,600 men en"What now?" gaged. So the number of casualties In "Why, her new mermaid gown Is this battle was more than 80 per cent to be made of watered silk." land, were seriously bumpered for provisions, nnd General Gage contemplated n movement to occupy the several heights near Cliarlestown, nt, Dorchester, and adjacent points. The arrival of such n formidably force of the enemy caused the gravest concern to tho colonists. It was rumored that the British would sally forth from Boston nnd burn the neighboring towns. It wns to prevent this that the Americans determined to fortify Bunker Hill; for, If the British should get out of the city nnd Intrench upon Dor Chester Heights to the south of Boston, the Continental position would be mado untenable. their Square knot Preseott's Gallant Act Not nn unnecessary sound wns made during the long hours of the night of June 10, 1775, nnd when dnwn came six feet high nlnng tho side of the bill were disclosed. In tho face of the fire from the enemy ships nnil by the battery on Copp's Hill the Amerlcnns kept steadily ut work completing their Intrenchments and, when there wns n slight show of faltering nft- er n shot better directed than tho others hnd done some execution In the trenches, Pres-- d 1 Bunker Hill Monti-ment co11 mounted himself works and marched to nnd fro with drawn sword regardless of the fact that he was a mark for the British. He thus preserved the courage of his men, who had never beforo been under fire. the three It afternoon when the British troops supported by n terrific bomfrom bardment the ships in tho tho was about o'clock In Why Not? Twas In her darkest hours. When the maid wu In despair. Her lover sent her flowers. And the flowers scent the air. v'BOWLINE 11 TEPKNT Vs L 7 bltP In a Liberal Mood. "The Judge was very nice." harbor, advanced In solid column against tho fortifications. Confidently they approached the works of the Americans, construing the silence on the hilltop ns timidity. They chnnged their attitude on this point when they arrived within a few hundred feet of the redoubt. The Americans had been silent, but they had been ordered to refrain from firing until the command wns given. Thus It was the British, advancing over the open stretch of ground, panting from the heat and the weight of their knapsacks, heard the word "Flrel" at the moment of their supremo confidence, nnd recoiled before n volley that mowed down many of their number. British Line Decimated. A marry again, and Intimated that if I didn't do better than I did the first tlmo he'd grunt mo another divorce." Different Father What was that racket last night when you came home? Son My coat fell down the stairs. Father A coat wouldn't make all that noise. Son Well, I was in the coat. Absent Minded. - "Ves?" "Gave me a divorce, permission to ' j StepTTeet-BendTTste- p I IJ.S FIC.7. 'tis 2 man who That Just went out must be a music crank. Customer Why do you think so? Joining two ropes, tlo an Overhand Grocer He insisted that I only give Knot In each rope end (E), forming it over the standing part (S) of the him four beets In the measure. other ropo, then pull tho knot toHis Choice. gether. They can bo loosed by pull"So you threw un your nosltlon be ing on the ends (E). The Uowllne Knot (Fig. 6) will cause It was hard. Don't you know neither slip nor draw tight. First that no nosltlon Is easv?" "Ves, father; that's why I prefer no form ft small loop In the rope (L, Step position. 1, Fig. C), then bring the end (E) up through tho loop, around the standing Direct part (S), and down through the loop Jack I cannot lovo my neighbor as (Step 2, Fig. 6). The Sheet Dend (Fig. 7). Make a myself. Bess But you can surely respect loop with one rope end (L, Step 1, Fig. 7), then pass the end of tho other him a lot more If he's half way derope through the loop, around both cent the standing part and end of loop, and BUSINESS. out through the loop between the loop and Itself (Step 2, Fig. 7). Figure of Eight Knot (Fig. 8). Make a loop (L), then pass the end (E) Figure-of-eight- iFIG.8. Knot Grocer long-haire- d li ifl jj STEP-" E (j i hH TmrhT ' ill HAif-rrc- ttTO V i f H I STCP 2 CLOVE - -- r FIG. HI w IN Hum. , around the standing part (S), and out through the loop. (Fig. 9) is a secure i The "Harper says that every husband method of attaching a rope to a timber when the pull on the Btandlng part ' should wash the dishes for his wlfa." "And who Is narpcr?" wlU bo steady. j Ho is In the china business." trig, ui), ui ib um iimDer-iuicnd (B) tucked in several times. Um Timber-Hitc-h and HalMIIteh The Teat Kiss. (Fig. 11) la a combination used for At first ah kissed hint Juat for lev Aa deep aa a man may thick, fastening rope to timbers for hoisting. But now aha kliaaa him at v (Figs. 12 and 13) la The Clove-nitc- h To sea If ba's had a drink. secure under every condition. Past the rope around tho pole or post, with the Pleasing Hubby. end (B) crossing the standing part Batcher What cut, madam? (8, Step 1, Fig. 12); then pass the She One from tho lower part of and around a second time and slip It the animal, please. Hubby says moat under tkls last turn (Step 2, Fix. of your cuts are too high. Judge. Half-Hitch u !) deadly fire was poured Into the British columns, the marksmen of the Americans picking off the officers. Along the whole line of fortifications, from the rail fence to the redoubt, the British troops were soon in retreat The British columns ndvanced a second time and once more were met with deadly Ore. Now, however, they were prepared for It ; although staggered by the shock, they soon milled and continued their advance. The Americans fired with such rapidity that It seemed as if a continuous stream of fire poured out from redoubt Bravely the British struggled to i cross the open General Joseph Warren. place In front of of the number in action, thus placing their enemy's poit among tho bloodiest battles that had sition, but were heretofore been known to history. At forced to give up Waterloo the British loss was less the attempt, and than 34 per cent. No wonder that tied precipitately to the boats. Juno 17 Is a second Fourth of July. . Although the What the Victory Meant field was strewn A gallant loyalist of Massachusetts, with their dead, who fought so well for King George the British again that he roso to be a full general In the attempted to take British army, regarded Bunker Hill ns the American po- General Warren'a Monument a transaction which controlled every sition. Prescott thing that followed. "Vou could not," had sent for early In ho would say to his friends on tho oth tho day, and John Stark, with his New er side, "have succeeded without It." Hampshlro company, had courageously "Tho rebels," Gnge wrote n week nf-t- crossed Charlestown Neck under a setho battle, "are shown not to be the vere fire from the enemy. But tho hazdisorderly rabble too many hnve sup- ard of tho attempt deterred other composed. In all their wars against the manders from bringing troops to the French they have showed no such con support of the brave Prcscott duct nnd jireservanco as they do With ammunition almost exhausted now. They do not see that they nnd troops tired out from tho strain to have exchanged liberty for tyranny, which they had been subjected, Tres-co- tt No people were ever governed moro realized the futility of holding his absolutely than tho American pro position in the face of repoated atvinces now are; and no reason can tacks by the reformed and be given for their submission but British lines. Nevertheless he deterthat it is n tryanny which they have mined again to measure his strength with tho adversary; and, with a erected themselves." Hunker Hill exhibited tho Amori command to his men to mako ovory cans to all tho world as a peoplo shot tell, ho awaited tho advanco of to he courted by allies and counted the British. Again tho latter wero with by foes. It was a marvel that permitted to advanco within twenty so many armed citizens had been yards of tho American works becot together so quickly and still a fore they wero fired upon. Th greater marvel that thoy had stayed British line was broken, but still it advanced. With their powder together so long. now iiiito exhausted, tho Americans Move Forced orDrltUh. met their opponents with clubbed After tho engagement at Lexington muskets nnd bayonets. Tho odds wero too great and on April 10 tho British forou under General Gage wus Increased to 10,000 I'rescoit ordered his men to ro- men by tho arrival of Generals Howe, treat. It was in doing this that tho Clinton, uud Burgoyuv with their com. Americans suffered their heaviest miiucU from Kncland. These occuulerf the town of Huston on a peninsula loss; anvmg othors who foil was extending into the harbor. Tho Warren, ono of tho most (shortened naval forces consisted of tho Falcon, of tho popular leaders. Lively, Sonvjrset, Symetry, Glasgow Ono of tho Kaiser's ablest allies in and four (touting batteries. Across the Charles lliver, ut Cambridge, and Kentucky is bad roads. tho I er The Surest Preparation it Training School Pago Eight, THE CITIZEN words the emanation of strong religious character. dlcu.ed the vital Issues of Ihe day. bringing n message Hint stirred the heart of tho Inrgc nmlletice ns never before.-- Miss Sargent presided at the orpnn lo and rendered nceoinnnninuMil appropriate selected hymns sung by Mesrs. George Dlclc. Luther Ambrose nnd Miss Ruth DavK A lawn party at Ihe home of Mr. and fta 'V .T I'lnnnnv irn, iitnmmi! I"rl day evening in honor of Miss Oln Johnson of this vlrlnllv noil Jose Taylor, who lenvc for Louisville ti!ay. but was abruptly terminated by n henvy downpour of rain. Tho guests found shelter indoors and partook cy" the refreshment, provided for Hie occasion, lee cream and cake. A large surplus being left over, it wan Ntoovorizod" by a generous distribution among the neighbor. .The canning campaign is now on in'thi section in full force. All vegetables and fruits nvailable are being carefully conserved. Berea was visiting relatives on While Lick Inst week. -- Forest Dow-de- n and William Haley, Jr., of Herea, spent Sunday with Ids nvolber, Mrs. J. T. Thompson. Miss Ethel Kslrldgo is attending summer school In Richmond. -- Mr. E. C. McWborler returned from Iimloii Friday, accompanied by her mother, Mrs Bowiotig. The Bronelle Misses Arnold and Luclle Lackey are the guests of Mrs. MrMukin in sunp sonville for n couple of weeks. Harmony Harmony. June 21. The He M. C Hutohln and wife went li Wallacelon lat SUndnv. where lle Hulchlns gave a lecture on 'The Bible." and met Hon. D. W Faulk nor and wife and daughter, F.ddn, from Berea; after services, nil par took of a bountiful dinner with the Rev. J. B. Parks of that place. J W. Stringer and son. Dewey of Bee Lick, was a welcome caller at W. M. C. Hutchins lat Sunday night; lie was 1)11 his way to Lancaster, taking some work mules to market. Four more of our young men have been called inlo Uncle Sam's service. They are: Huston Wilson. Sherman Robert. Walter Robert,! Joe Hammond. A line boy baby ha come into the homo of Mr. and' Mrs. Hirdy Parker. F.dd. Johnson has sold his little place to his' brother, Epli. Johnson and has Juno 27, 1918. East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else No carrvtponJrnte imlilUhnl unltM (iKTinl In full by the writer. The name an erliltnc of nood faith. Write plainly not for publication, but JACKSON COUNTY I'.. I'.. MeOllum Gray Hawk ' Grey Hawk. June 21. Tho drouth wns broken by a good rain. Wheat orvico. whirh worn conducted by milliner is now on anil a good yield Hie .Mnons, of Henry Clay, who was is promised. Hobort Hayes and killed Saturday by a falling tree, a Mls Iltirnam of Hrindle nidge There was quite an oil excitement wore, married last week. Girl prevailing in the nearby community lmltlo were born inlo the homes of of Nltuid City and we hope to soon Mr. and Mrs. Illlcy Cook and ,Mr. realize the true facts concerning tho new oil well. Corbett Evans of ami Mr. C. Ward the past week. Mis Bessie Allen, primary teaeher Beattyville has been visiting his in the college. ha pone home for a sister. Mrs. Pierson, for the pat week. He was called to the colors vacation. today. Miss Alice Creech of Elias Foxtown Foxtown. June 21. Dry weather attended singing school at Belhlc lias been broken today by a very hem Sunday. F. F. McCollum, pood rain: crops are lookinp very traveling salesman for Kelbigg and well, considering the dry weather Co., of Richmond, is in Clay County GARRARD COUNTY whirh has continued about n month. this weekj Hillopy Jinp cut his Paint Lick clover bay the past week. Irish potatoes are damaged worse Paint Lick. June 2.'. On Monday Clover Bottom than anything else N. J. Coyle, who night of this week. Mr. and Mr. Clover has been siek for some time. I able Cunniga'n. Bottom, June 2.". Dick .To.o Ledford and daughter. Marion, Creek, visited of Moores to pet out again. S. H. Fox's family and son, Xobo, were driving in their have measles but are all about well Ernest and Minta Hayes from Friday Ford up to another son's. Jim Ledtill Monday. Patrick Mays and agnin. Married, recently. George ford. who lives nt Moran. As they Harrison and Nancy Ellen MeKinney wife visited relatives at nrushy Mountains last week. The long .lame p. I.amb and two daughters drought was broken this morning of Mallory Springs. Madison County. good rain; oats are almost wore in this vicinity Saturday: by a potatoes and they were here, they attend ruined here and early while garden stuff are damaged one-ha- lf ed a Holiness meeting at Kb Webb's. very Wes. Fox fell and sprained bis ankle by the drought. Corn looks well, considering the drought, and very badly yesterday. .1. H. Webb ground in excelkilled a very large rattle snake in people have their lent sbape.Iohnie Lain is visiting bis yard a few days ago. Several of grandpa. W. J. Hayes this week. the boys in this vicinity pot some his There will be an annual meeting "high heel" Saturday, and Monday Judge Johnson called them to held nt the Christian Cliurrih at Cave Springs, beginning on the Fri McKeo to see what it was worth. day before the 5th Sunday in July. Hugh H. N. Dean and son expect to have Hiiph. June 2!. The drouth was their flour mill complete and ready broken here Friday night by a gentle to grind wheat by tho 20th of July. shower, but it ha been very cool They aim to grind two prades of 0 stars of Freedom's banner bright That clustered shine in field of blue. since. The Rev. Mr. Lambert filled flour shorts and bran, and will From faint, far depths of heaven's regular appointment here Sat- charge the seventh bushel. Mina Jiis height urday and Sunday. Mrs. Maegle and Martha Dean visited G. E. Dean Your constellated fires you drew! Opp. of Berea. visited her parents and wife last week. From starry ways of ages down here Saturday nieht. Mrs. Alice You bring the light of old renown I Benge and son. Everett, were visitMADISON COUNTY t Greece first your ing at Dreyfus Sunday. Born to Mr. radiance Wallaceton knew and Mrs. George Kales, June 21. a Wallacelon, June 2i. The weather When Freedom's star rose o'er the fine girl. Mrs. Henage Powell and is very cool and very dry; corn looks deep, Mr. and Mrs. Levi Powell were the fine; gardens are looking bad; potaAnd Athens' glory full orbed grew guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cam-be- ll toes are nearly a failure; oats are When Parthenon crowned the AcropSunday Georpe Benpe and looking very bad. Wheat i the olis steep. Grover Kates are on the sick list best ever known in this country. The fame of Greece then brightly shone this week. Aex Perry was at 0. Grass is failing fast, Mrs. Felix With splendor since through ages known. M. Bentre'sand John demons' Sun- Ktridee was visiting in Wallace- day, tnkiner pictures. Mr. and Mrs. ton the past week. Miss Smithie n. C. Smith were the guests of Mrs. Botkin is visiting Mrs. T. R. Brown But kindled by Promethean fire O'er other lands rose Freedom's Smith's sifter. Mr. 0. M. Bongo. at Bagdad. The Rev. Mack Hutchins 8 tars. nicht and attended church preached an interesting sermon on Unquenchcd by blood, they still aspire nt this place. G. M. Abrams bought the Where far beyond the old world history of the Bible, at the Bapa nice milk cow of George Benae bars tist church. Tho Rev. William They rose above the new world bright for $75. Bryant will preach at the Baptist Kerby Knob church July, first Sunday, at 10 And blent as one their kindred light. Kerby Knob. Juno 21. The Rev. o'clock. Everybody invited. Mis Long may these stars undlmmed still Joe Alexander filled his appointment Ruby Creech and Ira are visiting at shine at the Christian church on the 3rd their grandparents in Laurel County. In Freedom's glorious galaxy! Saturday night and Sunday. Tho Dr. Botkin and family of Hazard, Long may our land still be the shrine Rev. James Lunford of Dreyfus, passed through Wallaceton. Friday. To all the world of Liberty, Madison County, held services SunWhose statue stands at Freedom's Blue Lick gates day night. After a drought of near- Blue Lick, June 21. "It's a Ions ly two month, a good rain fell here lane that has no turning." The And for the coming millions waits I June 20; corn frops are jeWne murmering complaints in last week's H. T. SaJJuth In New York Wotd. fairly well while oats and irisli po- isue of Tho Citizen from all East tatoes are badly damaged by the dry ern Kentucky correspondents, in reweather. The death of Aunt Jane gard lo the severe drought are now crossed the railroad, coming on to Durham is expected at any time; changed to praises and thanksgiv the Walnut Meadow and Berea pike, her children have been gathered at ing for a glorious rain. Every fur- tho night train struck them. Mr. her bedside for the last week. row in the field, every flower and md Mrs. Ledford were both killed Vertie Johnson, who attends tho blade of grass, the waving grain, all instantly, while the others are not Deaf School at Danville, has come animal life is rejuvenated and ex thought to be seriously injured; home to spend vacation. Jake uberant and our homage ascends Nobe was to have pone to camp Cates and Miss Sarah Kirby were to the Giver, who "sends rain upon Tuesday and they were going to united in marriage at the home of the Just and the unjust." who rati- his brother's to spend their last the bride on the 13th; tpe Rev. W fies His promise by placing the bow night together. The funeral serJ. Powell officiating; many of their in the sky, assuring us that "seed vices were hold in tho Baptist friends were present, a nice dinner time and harvest shall never fall." Church Tuesday afternoon; interbeing prepared at the home and all Blessings never come singly. Sun ment in tho Manse cemetery. Tho spent a pleasant day. The brid day was a rod Ieller day for Blue farmers are very thankful for tho will shortly go to Ohio to mako Lick. Tho windows of Heaven were pood rain which fell Monday night. Miss her homo while lier husband serves opened and n- - great refreshing rain Marie Ledford returned la tho Army. They have tho best from the presence of the Lord came home from Harlan Saturday, where wishes of thoir many friends. Tho to us. An all-dgospel service at she had been visiting relatives for several weeks; she was accompanied ohildren here have all recovered the church with a basket dinner from whooping cough; tbero bavo a veritable "feast of fat thinps on home by her cousin. Miss Fay Ward. Miss Sadio Ralston of Georgetown been no new cae3 for some timo. tho lees," with hot coffee spread by College is at homo during her vaMrs. Isaac Dean of near Kingston. the good housewives of tho communMadison County, and daughter, ity and the Berea visitors made the cation. Willie Rogers was in from Martha, visited her son, Gordio noon hour long to be remembered. camp in Georgia a day and night, beDean, Saturday night, of last weok Mr. Ri occupied the pulpit in tho fore sailing for France. forty-seve- n young men left Lancaster and spent Sunday night with bor forenoon, delivering a forceful and sister, Mrs James Click. inspiring sermon, graciously dis Monday for Camp Taylor. Tho Red-paChautauqua is in Lancaster prrsing the true "broad of Life" in Green Hall Croon Hall, Juno 2S. Tlio recont his most inimitable manner. In tho this week. Fred Sliockley was visitrains have dono much good to suffer- afternoon, tho seats were removed ing bis sister, Mrs. Boss Robinson, ing crops. Tho grass crop will be to tho grove. Out under tho blue last week, before leaving for camp short on account of drought. The canopy of tho sky, with the dark on Tuesday. Miss Opal Robinson of singing school at Bethlehem was pines casting their shadows over well attended Sunday. Mrs. Bart us, a galaxy of tho great intellects Ambroso of Berea is tho guest of of Berea College, whose minds re bor sister, Mrs. J. E. Wilson. Mrs. flected the light of Heaven nnd thoir dawn-brighSat-urd- av ay th Wood of Sexton's Creek Sunday, and also nl tended the burial Mr. Waller iilod her niece, I ROBINSON HOSPITAL AND (inc.) Training School for Nurses BEREA, KX, Up to date Laboratory and X Ray Equipment SPECIALTIES Surgery DR. B. F. ROBINSON Obitetrict and Gynecology OR.M. M. ROBINSON Bacteriologist DRALSON BAKER WANTED! 3x ix2' Second Growth Black Oak Spokes 19 inches long $50.0 per. ioxj pieces ' 10 inches long 5 00 ,nCnM 'on8 530.00 " 3A iJelivercd to our yard at Ucrea, Ky. STANDARD WHEEL CO. J.Mr, Save Wheat for Our Soldiers POTTS' RYE FLOUR Order a REMEMBER That I bavo LOTS OF FINE FARMS IN INDIANA listed for sale, and every one a bargain. Write and toll me your wants, I will then describe to you what I have. I feel suro I can fill tho bill. R. E. PETERS Deputy, Indiana and Mrs. John McPherson n line Somerset, our late Jlepuhlieon canJune 15. Alo to Mr. and Mrs. didate for Governor of Kentucky, Jnines Wyntl a boy. Miss Fannie V. 0. Gilbert, of Frankfort, our Flanerv, who has been attending ljiesent VuporintendoiU 'if Public Smith's Business College, returned Instruction. Prof. George Roberts home lnt . Saturday. The Magic f Lexington, who Is head of the Lantern diov given Monday night Hepnrtnv'iit of Agriculture in State at the Buck Creek Graded School, University, Dr. Fred Mutchler of by a deaf and dumb man, for the Lexington, who ho charge of our benellt of Hie deaf and dumb scnooi Agricultural Experiment Station of Danvile. was enjoyed by all who there. Rev. E. R. Overly of Cynlhinn.i. were present. Owing to the rain who is presidlnp elder for the EastJlale in the afternoon, the great ern Kentucky division of the of people wen1 prevented Methodist Church. Rev. Paul Dor-thi- ck from .coming 011L The telephone of Stanton, who for the Americiinpany is planning to extend a can Sunday-schoUnion is Sunday-schoo- l" line up to the Buck Creek Cannim: organirer for Eastern KenC.. There will be placed four tucky, and our own Rev. Georpe W, .phonos on tills line. I.eonary Neely Scale and Superintenwas iiting home folks a few days dent of Schools, p. M. Frye, are tlm last week. He returned to his work chief speakers. near Hazard. Miss Lummie Main-oii- s. If you believe in paslronomy. come who ts nttcitdlmr Smith's Busi- enjoy these lectures and that twelve ness College of Lexington, spent the o'clock hospitality, characteristic of week end with home folks. She re- - Eastern Kentucky. All vour neicb- M nater IliiKfirwl In cplmr.1 Titeailn v 1, ... hors of like belief will be welcomed Vernon Judd is staying a few days most heartily by your busy neighwith hi grandparents. Mr. anil Mrs. bor ami sincere friend, W. L. Flanery. tEkkwS Edward K. Cook .i Sturgeon P. S As General ' Secretary of Sturgeon. June 2.". Everyone in Owsley County's Sunday-school- s, f this community is anxious to know am nsklnir every Sunday-scho- ol in oil well what kind or a producer the ,our county to send n large delegation at Island City will prove to be. to our and to the Sunday-scho- ol W. N. Hughes nnd family and Carter convention to be held at this Mahaffey and family were welcome place on Sunday morning of July 21, guests at the home of W. N. Cook, 1018. Your presence will he apprelast Sunday. Reuben Hughes, a ciated. noted singer of this section, wn given a kind reception nt Hie home LEE COUNTY of John Whicker last Sundays-Cart-er Beattyville Pearson, a registrant of Ibis Beattyville. June 21. The crop county, left yesterday to enter tho are looking fine in this coiintv and Army. The party given by MIsa a cood prospect for a bumper crop. moved to Pittsburg C. C. McClure Callle Mae Wilson last Saturday -- Four good oil wells were reported a bunch of fat hogs to E. L. evening was enjoyed by all who to have come in Inst week in the were present. The attendance at county, witli nn average yield of W of Crab Orchard at 15c of There will be a meeting nt Har- Royal Oak and nelhlehem Sunday-schoo- ls over 50 barrels. Thirty-eig- ht is growing each Sunday. our hoys have left here for Camp mony .school house next Friday. The object is to sell War Savings Stamps The superintendent and teachers Taylor. This county, though small, welcome still has over two hundred men in to help finance the war. It is ex- of these Sunday-schoo- ls tremely dry and unless it rains anil wish to urge every one in the Class I, subject to military duly. districts lo come and take nn active Misses Beiilab and Eflle Whisman soon, gardens will be ruined. part. of Flncastle were in Inwn Monday, Last Friday and Saturday were OWSLEY COUNTY OWSLEY COUNTY Teachers' Examination days, hut Scoville Sturgeon there were present only six appliScoville, June 22. Tho farmers nn; Berea Student Reunion and Sunday cants. Miss Mary Ann Thomas of all up with their work and now en-JSchool Convention Pine Grove was in town Monday on Hie flno rain. The corn had To every citizen of our county business. begun to look like it would burn up wo wish to say that on Saturday, PULASKI COUNTY in a few days longer, but tho weeds July 20, 1018, we shall give at tho Walnut Grove were nil filed nway so now tho corn Bethlehem school house, near SturWalnut Grove. June 21. About is growing like magic. Tho wheat geon poslofllce, n of tho three hundred citizens of llils vicrop was very good, and a line citicinity participated, Sunday. In the three hundred nnd fifty-tw- o prospect for nn extra oat crop. zens of Owsley County who have closing exercises of the Poplnr Grovo Miss Nellie Judd of this vicinity and been students nt Berea College. Wo singing school, under the leadership Floyd Reynolds of llooneville were trust your arrangements nro such of Prof. Gillis Cofson. and enjoyed married June 8, Rev. Prcsnol of that you can nttend this convoca- tho lecture given by Edward Cook Boonevillo ojllciating. Those pres- tion, for we .shall be pleased to have of Sturgeon. James Isnacs of Doment were Misses Nnnnio and Lizzlo you there. It would be our pleasure inie. New Mexiro, Is here visiting Judd, Nellie Neeley and Mnudo to como speak with you regarding relatives nnd former neighbors. Messrs., Clayton Bonds, Har-p- is tho purpose and vnluo of this meeJohn Salee and famllv were welcome Goodman, Earl Mainnus and tinghut tlio responsibility of farm, visitors, Sunday, nt tho homo of Mr. Lazarus and Clayton Rowlnnd. We school and convention management and Mrs. W. V. Carter. Messrs. wish them many happy and pros- is more than ono can completely John nnd George Isaacs nnd "Bill" perous years beforo them. Born to and efficiently bear, unless by your Reynolds mado a business trip Satgracious and sympathetic aid you urday to Somerset. Misses Kato will help mako lis yoko easy and its and Jewel DeBord of Lovel Green, burden liphl. Thai aid of personal were here Saturday to boo Mr. prosonco ami hearty cooperation to Myrtle Conk. Ballard Pennington mako Saturday, July 20 n feast day ntvl family spent Sunday with our Harrison Pennington. for thoso Interested in Religion, neighbor. Good Light Bread and Biscuit Education and Agriculture; wo con- "Undo" Win. Thompson has returncan . be made from fidently Invoke for the sake of our ed from his extended visit to tho Alma Mater, whoso Ideal and chil- homes of relatives in Lincoln County. -- Miss Frances Stevens, who has dren wo all truly love. Tho day begins promptly at nlno spent the winter in nerea Normal for a o'clock with Secretary Marshall E. School, took examination Vnuglin's chosen delegation of your County certificate nt Somerset this, sack from your Grocer and be Convinced best friends from Barea Collego week, II. D. Burgan, commonly Fnoulty; Hon. Edwin P. Mnrrw, of known as "Dock," died of oa rtg rrrs) boy, jiv Haw ' ma-lori- ty ol -- lH gflflflflflflflflflflflflflB -- 1 oy O on Mc-Intl- re, luber-(Cootto- atd Everybody Invited to Berea July Fourth 1