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Citizen (Berea, Ky.): July 4, 1918 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1918 cit1918070401_sn85052076 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Citizen (Berea, Ky.): July 4, 1918 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1918 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. TEV S f NELL E I3EREA i K Y .13X4-I I F 3 JUL I BEREA PUBLISHING (INCORPORATED) WM. C. FROST, Editor-ln-Ch- CO. at Enlrrtilni Ikt WfpK- - at lltrm, AV. tUi mail'tnalttr Nni Five Cents Per Copy. Vol. XX. Devoted, to tjrie Inter,e9ts of tine OWN STATE ,it UfntPntila l.nfrrinn the recent net prohibiting tlto trnns. portntlon of liquor into dry lorri- tury. were dismissed Monday in Hie City Court nt (ioorgctown. The cn IZEN -!- oar-ta,ijnL DPeojple Fifty Cents Per Year. Knowlcdgo is Powor and Iho way to keep up with modern Knowlcdgo is lo road a good Newspaper. BKREA, MADISON COUNTY. KENTUCKY, JULY I, 1018, Ono Dollar and No. i. Party Politics in War Time It is self evident that party politics should be laid aside in time of war. The Republicans of Kentucky have proposed to do this, and allow certain offices to be AMERICA TO EXTEND ITS HAND TO RUSSIA I ALLIES MAKE GAINS IN WEST WORLD NEWS The oxpecled Ocrmnn drivo lias not yet begun, as was reported a few days ago. Tho Allies have takheld by Democratic nominees, without opposition, proT. en advantage of the timo and DRITISH SURPRISE ATTACK vided the Democrats will allow certain other offices to be LY fFOR EXPORT MATERIALS strengthened their linos greatly, in IN ADVANCE NEAR held by Republicans without opposition. Thus far the SORELY NEEDED. some, places recovering positions NIEPPE FOREST. Democrats decline, apparently thinking that through the from the enemy. John II. Clnllfiiid, of Winchester, A scries of atwell known in e.lnli nlreles. vn nr- tacks and raids all along tho lino patriotism of the Republicans they can get all the offices ' PolleeJProteetlon To Be Afforded Enmi lint nlmrtrn nf vlnlnt Inn Southwest of Solsions French Troops has made it harder for tho Germans for themselves ! To Reconstruct Far ii,. . . ..i Advance Positions mi; iii, mi. iliiw. it milliner ui voyillWho Go Out All Show of Mill. Capture HunThan a Mileand Losses of lo mas their troops. EastlCountry, Shame, gentlemen ! Let us put patriotism first ! Line More lik( nrrosts will he made, accord- tarrfForce Will Be Avoided. Allies Are Extremely Light. Tho speech of tho German Minising to lonil olllclnls. i ter of Foreign Affairs, Von Kuthlman. Washington. of. Amerl- London. Franco-Britistroons. at in the Reichstag, has aroused disIho Inn. II. Clay Kauffnmn. n lead-- ; can aovornraont riansaIdlngtho Ilugsla ,n tacking In two for different sectors of tho cussion and violent protest from lho A good many newspapers, some of them, we fear, ing attorney of IJio Lancaster bar,1 rehabilitating herself, which became Western and former Representative in tho known? revealed that the first step con- - by takingfront, surprised tho Germans military party in Germany. It was, paid by the liquor men, are just now arguing against the offensive and mado sub- apparently, an effort lo reopen tho Legislature, appointed templatod is Informal has been assistance stantial gains. prohibition. They say, "Why experiment in war time?" subject of jicacc, but tho terms Assistant United Slates District At- - throurh American business and IndusTho British troops in attacks against But, my dear friend, prohibition is no experiment. lornoy for iho Eastern district of trlal leaders, and disposed of widely tho Germans advanced their line over were too extreme to admit of It has been tried out in peace and war, and has nowhere published roports that a diplomatic or the Allies. Its Kentucky. i front of nearly three and a half miles acceptance by Germany's inability political mission would be tho means to an average depth done such evident good as in connection with our military of nearly a mile admission of a?. of carrying out President Wilson's east of the Nieppe Forest, which lies , - win by battles was seized up in all 1 bi War Savings Slamp drive is , , ...., posts and ammunition factories. We want prohibition meeting with splendid success on per80nnoi of a group of mon wUo wll, between Railleul and Rethuno, accord- - directions as the main feature of for the national welfare, and we must have prohibition t.ounty and indications carry' expert advice and material aid, Ing to the British official communlca- (he address. now to insure speedy victory over the Germans. lion. show that tho rounly will far exceed alonglwith America's eipresslon of West of Merrls Australian troops A report of Iho Minister of lho In- - - her quota. Oilier mountain counties, disinterested friendship to the Russian l THE HISTORIC RUCKEH HOUSE will make the drive a success and pooplo', now Is being discussed. They im.h rior for Germany shows an as- hefnrf her birth for $500. n,i.nnr. n,i moi w,n Include only men familiar with guns lonisliing amount of crime in tho World Evonts Which Cast Their "Charlie" passed Into possession nf oversubscribe. were taken. Shadows in Berea eon"c an iranspomuioD Southwest of Solssons French troops Empire during the year. There havo tho Franklins (whence his name).1 In an attack over a front of four and been nearly half a million cases of In a small, whilo-waslie- d Haptist clergymen nnd laymen cabin 'and remembers going lo visit his 1 r i .1 a i ii lu " II..,.. in, ...l i .. I ui,- I. . . 1. .. I !... uiiii. ii "in nil f. u lin ii iii I,....- tnn... mi l. il.n fl,.....m..l f f a nunI 111,111 "I"1"" military force will bo avoided. a half miles, from the south of Am- - convictions for offenses of various gjjow 0( hi iiiun j iiurnn iwiiw, "i n.i juM.iii. authority nn history who should bo footed, over tho snow, occasionally oilier stales were in Georgetown at - officials wore reluctant to discuss blemy to the east of Montgober, cap- kinds. such as assaults, thieving and positions, and at some acts of violence. Liberal German tured consuiieii iiy every student nnd every lunking a cow in tho pasture get up, tending the eleventh annual summer1 this phase of tho situation, realizing points German advanced their line to a depth faculty member of Berea. so he could warm his feel on the assembly Baptists, that Germany would selxo upon it as of a mile and a quarter, sayB tho papers discuss with much freedom of Kentucky country. Charles Franklin, black as .any ground where she hnd lain, which S'everal noted speakers on religious) a means of distorting the intentions French communication. Prisoners to the moral conditions of tho man over was. and speaking with a was heated with her body. land spiritual themes from many , 01 lho United Statos. For that reason the number of 1,060 thus far have been 1 u likely that full details of the e counted. Tho Italian victory grows greater Mr. Rucker mado bis impression on sort ions of the rounlrv addressed little sluller, known as the expert him! he assembly during its The Germans are busily engaged In each day, as Italy was careful In young slave boy by making 'butchermnn" for our local meat In lho attempts to repulse vigorous attacks avoid an denlcrs. can tell some very Interest- lie down so he could whip the soles ession. of lhem bjr flndlnB ,he p,an9 actua,Iy by the allied armies i northof the Lys mountain section the Austrians aro ing tilings. of his feel ! In ottoct As uussa u Jn grGat need and south of Alsno rivers, says the still being pushed back, and many II. H. Todd, division passenger of many raw materials and manufac-dier- s He was born n few years before tho Charlie remembers the Union sol- German night statement. of the strong positions aro being John Ilrown raid at the old Rucker who camped in the yard, cans- - nponl of the Southern railway, with tured goods, the United States pro-in- g The Iossos among the British storm taken by the Italians, so that it will r. bouse which stood near tho railroad, tlie family t cower in the! headipihrtors in Louisville, has re- - ' poses to llconse froely for export Ing infantry for the entire engagement recommended as necessary by were extremely light, which was due bo hard to renew the drive again The soldiers pillaged the signed his post to become a Y.M.C.A. ovor southwest of "Rucker's Knob," a General His resignation lne bus'ness men who will go to the largely to the fact that the show was into the Italian plains. house which has Jut been moved houo, using tho bedding for their worker overseas. d ot that country. Tonnage will bo over by Iho College and el up as tho blankets on tho ground, slaughtering will bo effective at tho end of the before the enemy was able to or- Diaz, the commander in charge, is provided to Siberian ganize seriouB resistance. receiving much praise. abode for the foret-koopthis side the ,heop nd bogs, and one morn- - week an, ho goes to ,Now V.rk July rt from wnerePthe BUpplle8 can bo As a special feature of the program. mg. at the sonivl of a bugle, in 15. to take a course of training. of Narrow Gap. distributed to the Interior. As the Australian forces on the left of the Reports from Russia are much con- The Rucker family has all dis- the twinkling of an eye, they dis- material expression of tho charity of column carried out an attack of their jt js apparent that somo-of,lse(f appeared though some of its later appeared, taking the six horses. Circuit Judge Stout at Frankfort tho American people the Red Cross with amazing rosults, adding near- Again Chnrlio was visiting his iMied a temporary order restrain- - also Is ready to send relief supplies in ly half a hundred prisoners to the bag. Un Js ,mdcr wa (o overlurn tno members are till traced in Cali;Rols,,oviki nllo an(,,,. to cstabli9h a fornia. The family gravo yard on mother, when the guns of the Rich- - mg tho newly appointed Slate Board Urge Ijuantitles. The moralo of the prisoners taken ,,.. government mat win opposo tno United Statos Consuls In Russia will was not high. ru. ; . -. "Rucker's Knob" was desecrated mi.nd battle, near ML Zion Church of Health, which organized ThursK,V0 CUVe assistance in the WOrk Of captured recently In this sector have Germans. Tho former premier, Ko- when the Walnut Meadow Pike was ll.ii wn won. Imnpil nrul tin olnHn,! ..v friin. nsjllniln nnv .,f llin fnn- appeared to be much disheartened by rensky, has come into the open onco constructed, much of the stonework I with Mr. Rucker toward the batUo- - linns of olllco'aiui from interfering ore, nnd has gono to Paris, after BtarUTn'g dispatches dealing with con-it- s their failure to get bigger results In under ils horizontal slabs bavins llehl, carrying clothes. with which in any way with llm.old Tho bearing was set unions In Russia mado no change in 'their offensive. They had expected'to making himself known in England. activities. been appropriated In connection with they mado bandages for lho wound get ahead much farther than they bis desire to visit tho United a quarry on the side of the knob. ed Confederates who wero shrieking, for July 3. the plans already formulated. Internal have. These men have professed to n is But ono of tho groat horizontal praying and cursing in tho rear of disturbances wore thought to accentti- - believing that the United States wa g((cs as s00n as possible: Ho is still far from well, but is as en- As chairman of the Stale Railroad n'e the need of injecting a steadying slabs still remains, and one upright the advancing army. abnil render much;thusiastic for his couWy as over, influence into the situation, and offl inscription. "Susan good thing that tho Hucker slnti willi the It is a Laurence Finn has Rumors of tho nssasinnlion of tho clals. sa'a icy proposed to go aneaa .house js to be permanently prosorv-- 1 written to the Interstate-CommissiHi cker. bom 1815. died 18.15." former Czar Nichoas, of Russia, havo Easy Money. "Charlie" was sold when an infant oil. and all our children should bo that if any advance is mado ,in on tho Hue laid down. New York. Backers of alleged fake been circulated, affirmed and denl- intopstnto express rates in Kentucky, of eighteen months for $500. and bis instructed in these important PANAMA till living near Berea, was ditinpn. tho responsibility must lie with (lie POLICING CITIES war charity enterprises and soliciting ed so that it js not possible to speak schemes defrauded the publU of be- of tho act as certain. It would bo national and not Kentucky's coin- tween $2,000,000 and $3,000,000 In New rather strange, however, if ho mission. United States Military Will Maintain York City the last year, according to should escapo tho fato that has a review of evidence presented to a Order In Cities of Panama always overtaken monarchs in Throe American soldier one a special county grand Jury by District and Colon. You will nolo that this is tho bound volumes of THF. CITIZKM Kentuekiati, were separated from Investigation has the position he now is. Attorney Swann. rosulted-l- n It from the year one of its life. Some (he'ir .patrols in No Man's Land Washington. Secretary Baker 20th volume of THF. CITIZKN. the breaking up of gangs of The Austrians aroaiaturnlly keenly solicitors and "one hunhave boon so unfortunato as to Satnrdiiv. Surrounded bv Germans, structed Major General Blatchford, "fifty-fiftyIs like all other institutions, and un"Fifty-fifty- " feeling their defeat in Italy. Count like some persons of a "particular forget tho date nf their wedding or they were ordered to surrender. This commanding the Department of Pan dred per cent boys." sex " it has its birthday anniver- the birth of their llrt born may they refused. Heine at nn advance ama, to tako over the policing of tho workers were those who pocketed half Burian, the foreign minister, ob- saries. On July flrsL it passed into come to tho nfllco of TUB CITIZEN' post, it was impossible to run. The cities of Panama and Colon for the of the donations they obtained. "Tho jected to tho pressure of Germany per cent boys" aro grafters for an jmmediato attack, as ho fcar-w,ts twentieth year. It is not ashamed and read in tho old volumes or all Americans showed thev could shoot, faction maintaining public order. hundred informatiot; kept all they collected. resulted e(, U)c effect of a failuro on tho ln. ago. but proud that it lias thos,. events. Wo say it is a pleasure Private Newton Bell, of Muses Mill, received at tho State Department from f Ils served the many thousands of, to read these old squibs and it is killed four fif the Germans, nnd his tho Government of Panama that grave food Par.s.-Ceer- sand interoste'd readers so many years. cerlalnly of local valuo that such companions did almost as well. disorders were expected because of shouts of enthu- - "Toady disturbed by race and tho postponement of tho national elec- - slasm greoted the announcement made Problems that wero causing unrest. II is a very common saying among records are kept on lllo by tho home Mm nlil rnaiiinnla (if lllis romniunitv tlons set for Juno 30. Decision to In the Chamber of Deputies that the i no l.mperor tiiarics rciuses to ai- postpone the olectlon for six months Fourth of July would be regarded as low tho prime minister to resign, Willi its twentieth vear. n new H.e F:ivi.iin enimlv ciml(i Hint thev hnve taken THE CITIZEN . a legal French holiday. All party linos but does not tell him what to uo,eram0l 7 V over since it was a paper, and they 'Managing Edilor. Mr. Wm. E. nix. Monday, called upon Gov. Stanley. '. obliterated, and the plaudits wero .. . . u- -i .. . . ..i . riin i ruling iii.iiiupur i'i onier a prone Of tno ritaio lie- - ama because of vice conditions in the i. : n.n ( iiiiiM--i inn in luu i ir mi iun mo immii ui H. two terminal cities of (he Panama Ca- manage- herewith turns over lo him tllO f.ii'.ii School ill. Greend:ili , where fading, lho ambassador ....... spirit to have: it helps the . -,! huiiu . " ua.( .,,1,1.1, UBU .uu lu n uuj kuil ugntuBi states. ment and encourages others to seek quiu. inni 110 may wield 11 wnn coniplions liavo been rapped by two them by the American army author!- - preaslvo demonstrations that had been f rm England lo ho UniU-""uureu wy suvemi uu.- a good, wholesome newspaper for greaier skiii and eiuciency tnan Ills grand juries, ties. seon In tho French Chamber of Depu-- ' leges nt tho commencement season , tho home. There is no use for a predecessor. ties slnco the beginning of tho war. witli degrees. Harvard, Yale, and Hero the retiring manager wishes IMMENSE knocker In any town or neighborhood, ST0RES NEEDED TO Control Aircraft Production. Princeton, eaoh gavo him tho docto-rat- o III Fated Transport Survivors Landed. nor is there any use for such a one o express o the various co.iWbu-- 1 FEED MEN ON TRANSPORTS Washington. The creation of a Washington, Dt C Aftor being of laws, and many other in t' knock the imme paper; though tors fro,,, the neighboring counties. A !lcC0UIlt of hmv sokers am afloat ten days in an open boat follow $100,000,000 aircraft produotlon corpo- - stitutions desired to do so had thoro it may havo nn occasional error, It " or1n,)n,(,,,,'1,!ls fod at sea is given in tho daily ing the sinking of tho transport steam ration has been approved by the son b opportunity. Thcso honors cerlalnly will not bo brought up them him, imp,.r pul,is,lc,, on a transport: ship Dwlnak, 20 men were picked up are well merited, as tho ambassador ,, , in.one. for tho severe Judgment in tho end a .... . i,,.ii nnlsi.1,, nf n.ii,iinl lie .,0 otnnnn bate. Thoro was not a dissenting vote, ,,, 10SS on)cer of U0 ,anded at Hampton lloailt ncc0rdlug Tho rornoratlon must be dissolved is a man of winning personality as of timo to which a (community has conndence In yon that you will ..,,, llt knocker is entitled. II is certainly cintinuo vnur goo work wllh Mr.s,j,, h.s V(ry ,itlIo to (lo Very t0 advicos received. The Dwinsk, a within one year following a treaty of well as great ability. a pleasure to look back over lho "' British veasol, was loaned to America peace with the Imperial German Govlittle. " ernment. Tho Secretary of War Is A " ,f)rt "T'f1 She Tlie little Republic of Panama has "Ho is only called upon lo provide, .,,, , m ,,, '""h crew and ha d no Americans given aumomy to assign au men neea- - ' RAILROAD ADMINISTRATION by tho regulations, CONTENTS 180 different ' 700 ed for making the corporation operv aboard when sunk by a , 1, to sending United States Miiro " PAGE 1. Editorials: Party Politics ,fo?,;.hnl8 ?' ' Eyr off the Delaware Capes June 18. tlve. VvnT01 tho cities to maintain order and cn- WHEAT In order 180 different things to eat? In War Times, Every Reason Tho box-csituation is hotter at Yet this is the authentic list. Euaene V. Debs, Socialist, Arrested. forCO tho laws. Conditions havo for Prohibit Ion. Tlio Rucker Typhoid Epidemic Among Huns, O. Eugono V. Debs, four como such that thoy endanger tho "I'lie food needed to feed several Amsterdam. Rumors aro in circulaHouse -- The Citizen's Birthday. present than it has been at any times Socialist candidate for the pres- - morals and discipline of tho Ameri-Idenc- y Our Own Stato News. U. S. ting during tho last threo years, thousand men at sea ranges hoyondj tion, says the Echo Ilolge, that an of the United States, was ar- - ran army, nnd snob action was to advico recoived by tho Iho glutton's dreams. You get the domic of typhoid Is raging among the and World News. Department of Agrioulturo from tho mmvor in tho ship, down below tho Gorman soldiers In Northern France. rested by United StatcB Marshal doomed necessary and was in PAGE 2. A Letter from Franco. V. Lapp and Deputy Marshal 10 (roaly of 190 , water line, whoro 7.200 loaves of Virtually tho entire personnol of sev- - Charles lioehmo as he was about to Por(Inn(,0 Tho Letter Ho Likes. Tho Value Rnilroad Administration. On May I. box cars began to move broa l havo been baked in ono .lay. rraLunlt.8.uW.l8. sa,'.d ' ha.been of Advertising. Shorm's Dots. deliver a Socialist addrees. Tho ar-into wheat territory, and wheat-Jan- ,, where you stumble over every ToZ. suT.nedt rest was made on a Federal warrant PAGE 3. Serial: "Over Thoro." Viscount Kato, leader of tho Libenrrying roads aro expected to havo variety, from (50,000 pounds of beef ,he 0Ilemy In tn0 agt offensive, Is said, ia connection with Debs'g speoch at oral or Constitutional party in Jn-tfiorman Alrooities. 132.000 eggs, or a compartment mi their linos more than tho normal itSocialist Stato Convention In Can-- . pnI,( nns piVen expression to n feol- according to this account, to be ro- PAGE 4. Locals. nmount or enrs owned uy thcm.ir brick sponsible for tho delay In resuming icn, unio. June io iul rne arresi , in n 5. Hems of Interest. of wnrm 8ympaUly wUh tho PAGE was mado on a secrot Indictment re--i ... m,. i. boing parked In wheat- - above - zoro vault. tho offensive. Boys' Cnrs n Allies and ,i.i PAGE C. Farm Department: turned by tho federal Grand Jury, "And if tills doesn't suit, you ran1 Help New York Farmers. Wo loading territory, which was impos- -, soino possibility of a' change Jn tho siblo last year. Tho Railroad Ad-- 1 bump into 10.321 pounds of potatoes, Indiana's Dry Law Is Upheld. ministry in Japan In tho near fumen Act as Cow Testers. Call For Strlk'e By Telegrapher. Indianapolis, Ind The Supreme Cmclnnali Markets. Tho War, ministration will continue lo movo! 7.100 pounds of bnm and bacon, 7.- Ohloago. S. J. Konenkamp, Presi- ture. Although tho slgnifloanco of prohlbt Court uPheld the tate-wlthe Farm and the Farmer. Homo cars Into wheat districts as long as1 800 pounds of butler. 0.200 pounds' tlon law enacted by tho 1917 leglsla- - dent of tho Commercial Tolexraphera' suoh a chango U not yot cloar, it thoro is any indication that add! of sugar and fl ,500 pounds of flour. Union of America, issued a goneral or--1 would probably bo favorablo to tho Welfare Department: Child wvm.w uiiii " "If ..n.i no,. ' .V lr ,' der to all subordinate units calling tor enue of tho Allies. War tional cars will bo needed tho Campnlgn - Win ' ""r "' tho second day of last April. a strike against tho Westorn Union Ibis, you can still fnll .'" on 1,000 back Kitchen. Telegraph Company on July S, at 7 pounds of sausage. 3,100 pounds of, Lessons-Sermpilor Drowned In Day. Undo Eben. PAGE 7. Sunday-schoA roport of tho Govornmonl for Pensacola, Fla. John Q, Zeller, a a. m. (Eastern timo). Thoofaction of"I cun't help tukin' notice." said Un- snuorkraul, 20,000 pounds of apples, Our Daily Breads-Bo- y negotla- the nasi ftnonl vear. ending in June, the union follows months cle Hbe-n- . "dut dis daylight suvln' nln' 10.800 pounds of oranges, and 1,200 machinist, stationed at the local Scouts. Scraps of Humor. uons mrougn me wationai war ioor preventln' u lot o' of onions. Anil Ibis leaves tion field, was drowned when the air. Board, whose decision granting the shows Uut wo havo bad an excess fuin siuun-ilcrln- ' A Bird in Hip Hand. of. f,x,,ort8 over Imports of threo time Jen' do same ut doy used out I.COO pounds of Jam and 9.100 piano he was flying fell into PensaooU A PAGE 8. Kaslern Kentucky News telegraphers the right to organize was to." (Contlan.a cn P.. m.l pounds of lima and navy beans. L injected by the Western Union. Letters. nAc,T ,,(,,. Every Reason for Prohibition h . ,; ,, t- .,. I.. 1 - "" lo. ' JOiSi as-thwhat-cella- ovcr-slaleme- er i,t wn ,7 , -- ZZl i.. -- ... on It!': ;. tra-sisl- er, The Citizen's Birthday al-m- " ho ' ti .w.iiii.. nri " do-we- ro l,hn0UlTL!;fltna,?Pm" d "" - - 1 "ei ,,,, ,,. 1 ar r:"": ,, Sortlth he m d 1 ..,! i ol on: aWa-poun- Fourth of July Celebration at Berea Pago Two. TIII3 CITIZEN THE LETTER HE July 4, lOifl. University Column A LIKES Person, director Frank W. of Civilian! general of the Hm-enRelief, is just home frm Fram e an I' ny ab"ut th'we letlots a wnrd t person Mr. ter from hnine. know a lot nlmul tur American at Arra. lmy in France, what they want anil, Phi Delia has done pood work .need for he Ims talked ( innnv, lliis yonr. I linvo allowed the whole of them. ' school your to pass and not taken "Thruoiit France." lie ny. rrm . time to tell you present members every source I hear only uniform light-Inthat I Bin proud of yon nnd Phi npproMil of Hie morale or the Ddla. Many Pntnrdny evenings I men. The llrst American Imllt tnnk, cnlleil the "America,'' is the biggest ever have wished to be bark among you. "The bravery, patience and line constnii ! il v'l ' (.'triitly superior In power to any other. It weighs 4!i Soldiering in Franen is not easy, spirit of the American soldier keep tons, nnd Is propelled by taenia. but it is not dull and monotonous up even though the men nre often We have lasted modern warfare lonely in a strange land far from Mot of our time has been spent home. bridging (ho Somme part of the. Newsy Letters are Best nine under shell fire, bombed nil "It i very important." Mr. Perthe lime. Resides we linvo been in son suggests, "to keep the Amerithe front line trenches, pono thru can home a living reality to those barrage llres and pas attacks and hoys over there. Write your letters Uncle Sam pushed the clock ahead been partakers in tho greatest re reciilnrlv and frequently, giving treat of history. It is not finished ci.mp'ele new personal news not one hour to rivc more light. rt; we are preparing and waiting worth a line in any newspnper. but Take advantage of it. You owe it for the noche to slart their new of real moment to a member of the to yourself and your country to inuke " offensive. Pome have been killed, family. every minute count. more will be, but as for me savn Tills serial storv of homo life Use your car rflssenper or coma pjace at the banquet next year, should be illustrated with plenty of Bj J. R. HAMILTON mercial to the limit. Your brother in Phi Delta, pictures. News and Former Advertising Manager of Wanamaker't, Philadelphia snapshots and Jesse oborn, frequent pictures of children are Samuel 1'. Colt, president of the Those at peculiarly important. United States Rubber Company, HER SOLDIER BOY Every little three-lin- e item you read has turned the wheels of daily; but helped awaken- - t!ie country 1o the There's a eotlairo in Kentucky where home see the children miles, and some great factory. Every time you see a cut price the number of from a dWanro of .1,000 economic value of the automobile a mother kneels to pray, environment, it i difficult For her boy who joined the colors. io a war gray hairs in the world has been increased. , last fall. lie said to imagine a satisfactory picture of and so bravely marched away; "Every tiling on wheels must be how a child who was left wearing 3Iany an advertisement is planned a year before it ever finds He has pone to tight for Freeedom used and mobilized. curl really looks after his llrst its sea, in a land across the vraj into print. One advertisement in Philadelphia a few hair-cu- t, or how he looks with his Oone to light for home and liberty, "The automobile is second to the lists pushed down in the years ago opened up the copper mines in Colorado six months little for Christ, and you, and mc. railroads as an adjunct and supplepant. his first pair of before it ever appeared. A thousand miners began digging copMay his conrago never falter, in tho porkels of mentary to them in collecting and "Such home news keeps up tho march toward the foo. distributing merchandise. lirohter, father, per on a contract of brass beds that were going to be made that of As he croses bloody Flanders, boiivant spirit uncie and friend. Absence of such were going to be advertised. "Owners should use their cars, where the lilies used to grow. send him into battle both passenger and commercial, more This the prayer his mother voices, new may You see perhaps some piece of muslin wear advertised here worried, blue or morose, and in no and more." as she gazes far away. whose trimming is pretty, or some gown whose design is elegant. mental shape to take care of himAnd seems to sen her littlo boy Make the most of your car by using self, or do his full part in protect- The chances are that a hundred styles were discarded or changed in childhood's happy play; the tires that will extend its usefulness trench mates. It was but yesterday to her that ho ing hi worry about the condition ot to get this one for you. And all the while the buyer of your to the utmost. "And was just a lad, Use good tires United StatcsTires. favorite store was picking and choosing he had you in mind, i games around the hi' hived one tends to put toe He played his a condition where he They last longest and carry you house, and always seemed so dier into He was building the advertisement that would catch your eye cul.iecl In shell shock. The best glad; farthest at least cost. this serious by and please your fancy and your pocketbook. Anil now he's gone from home nnd insurance as:aint There is a United States Tire for product of modern warfare, ine kin. flphling for tho right: If you had been Uiere you would have heard him telling the go every car or truck to guarantee un- - I footstep?, nlivsicians say. is for a man to May God watch o'er his They must have over the ton or meet a charge with manufacturer, "My customers are particular. interrupted service and greatest! in Ibe darkness of the nisllt. I thought in mind than tho the best that there is at the lowest price that can be made. You've economy. And, when Freedom's flag aloft, shall no other sneenss nf the crim business at wave to cover all mankind. Our nearest Sales and Service Depot J Cheerful letters from home got to give me something better than you give to anyone else." May he return to her, a man, her hand. dealer will tell you which ones will ' proper mental attitude produce the Every one of these buyers is fighting for you, and it is up sheltering arms to find. serve you best. if tliev reflect the confidence that Dad. I to you to show your loyalty to them. folks at home are lacking nothe Tho store that advertises to trick its customers is almost a I RAYMOND RETURNS TO BEREA thing. the Soldiers' Rev. C. Rcxford Raymond, D. D Home Service Steadies relic in this present day. Morale pastor of one of the leading churches "There can be no more certain Many a time you find a bargain that turns out better than in Brooklyn, N. Y.. is remembered in steadying the morale of Imndereds of homes thorugh tho means of Good to Remember. to give him tho the advertisement claimed it to be, and you think somebody, How Women Hate. mountains as a former Berea teacher tin soldier than It N well to have Union of a better somewhere, has made a mistake. But there was no mistake. It "What makes you think nil women assurance that, whatever may hapand extension worker. He is finally Home hate each other?" "lteraHe n woman life thnn that of every day. tint It 1a returning to his earliest call and pen to the folks at home, tho Red was put there purposely to win your confidence. so seldom brines up n son fit to bo the life of every day from utile h eleAmerican will rejoin Berea's forces next fall Service Section of the town may be Every ounce of human ingenuity is brought to bear upon the another woman's husband." Philadel- ments of n bettwr life, must conic Cross in his home .Maeterlinck. as Dean of Religious Education to phia Ledger. promptly, symadvertising of the present day. To write the real story of a bavo particular oversight in the depended on to act adequately to mainBible Class Work for which Berca pathetically nnd peace of mind single item would be to write a chapter in the history of comHo will also tain the comfort and is so distinguished. of those he has left behind. merce. have time to visit his old friends in the mountains and his coming will These merchants who have figured on costs till "their eyes mean encouragement and help to The Army Medical Department out-l- it gave out; these buyers who have studied every angle of their hundreds of struggling churches in has developed a mobile for use near tho front, carried work, arc trying to tell you through their advertising just what eastern Kentucky and adjoining '6 .15 on a modillcd Army ambulance. states. to read standard portable they have done for you. And the least you can do is It consists of a In answer to queries regarding outllt made up of a Delco gas elec- - what they have to say. transformer, tho protection afforded against trio set, The report of all their efforts is in this paper today. The mustard gas by American masks, special type Coolidgo tube, and table, dark room, advertising news to you should be interesting news after this. has come from tho Expedi- -' dudes an (CooYrthtl complete set of apparatus for tionary Forces that no information and 2 10 3 18 that any box! the localization of foreign bodies, Over 3,000 women has been received Women stenographers and typists aro at work in or English Somo of these outfits aro already respirator of American 21 . tho production of gas masks at tho' aro now being enrolled in tho Naval 44 20.. service abroad and 05 are in manufacture has yet been peno-ji- n I ' 45 reservo as yoemen. Long Island plant. I 43 22 icourso of shipment. trated in tho field. Home you hnd lo he away from (Mint, written l I.iiIIht Am- lutnie fur months ami month, and brose, will be rend with Inlcrcsl, suppose ine day you received a fat r.ol only Ity Members of Phi Delta, illustrated letter from Hint home. but hy Ilerenns In general. You wouldn't just tons it aside unA. K. F., May 21, 1918. opened, would you? Tim LETTER FROM FRANCE Send a Picture Letter Show Him That Things aro Going Well at TlRST AMERICAN-BtJItTTXN- K IS BIGGEST YET following letter from Jesse Supple Dear Lnllier: I have Just roeeived your Invila-lio- n to the Phi Delta flannucl, Thnnks for your thotfulness, but it wotilil ho inconvenient for me. to allenil this year. My feast is spread '.Lit., s If You Only Knew the Labor That Goes Into Every "Ad," You Would Never Skip Another One Speed- Speed Speed! J 1 MEL United StatcsTires are Good Tires ay SffERMS'LOTS high-tensi- on 4I mvv7 Af I rd X-r- ay st 31 so HUGE GERMAN SUBMARINE STOPPING SPANISH LINER JOSEPH R. GUITERAS 42 -- J . 40 ' 3-8 ?7 35 34 ?2 3o 29 28 26 25 25 '' THE DOTS SOMEWHERE : 'Hi in (Ji ruiiui kuliiniiriiii', cm,' ot 'lit lurgcst type cmploye-- by t lit' 'lemon f r long ruugo crulucH, Iuih stopped the Kpunlxh mull ttk'iimcr Infmitn Isabel do llorbou off Cadiz, 'i'liu submarine In hhown circling about tlio utcumer while were, busy bcurchlng tho detained blilp. The photograph was made from the live olllrcrw nnd 15 men of the cr--upper Mruiture of the SpunlMi Mourner while the wos In progress. l Joseph JC (.liitiniH. a young mining engineer, traveled 7.000 inllen, from Chile, to Join the Amerleau tinny. Ills father formerly wus u burgeon In tho nuvy. Dear Kolks I am writing this letter rather hurriedly, as I want It to go on tho next mull, which, I understand, will leave on tho transport. There aro so many Interesting things to write ubout that I havo mado up my mind to tell you about the rest of our trip over before I commence on Trance. Tho seventh day out found us all well und with ravenous nppetlteB. Along toward evening I was btrolllng around the deck asking questions, as any landlubber will, when tho lookout yelled about nomethlng on the ort bow. And euro enough there we saw u HAMMV, To complete the picture, druw a lino from dot 1 to dot 2, then from dot 2 to dot 3, and bo on. (Copyright, 1I7, by The licit eradicate, Inc) IN FRANCE. Dy Clifford Leon Sherman. July I, 1018. TH11 CITIZEN Page Three IIHIIIIXIIIIIIXIXIIXTXXIXXIXXIXXITTTTTTTIIIIHTTTTI "OVER THERE". The Thrill and the Hell of the Trenches Described by an American Boy sonal experience they stopped Calling them "number nines' nnd called them Thero were only two "whlz-bangs." acquainted with tliem through per- possibilities of error under Major Oil-- ! day's system of simplified medicine.1 for trench feet and the other to use whale oil externally for somo form of dlges- tlonal hesitancy. And In either case no permanent harm could result, whllo the error was ns simple of correction ns tho comtnnnd "about face." Illlghty wns therefore not very popular with our battalion, bllghty being the trench name for the hospital. Two weeks and n half after wc left Ilelglum wo arrived at Albert, having inarched alt the way. Tho sight which met our eyes as wo rounded tho rock quarry hill outside of Albert was wonI rememderful beyond description. ber bow tremendously It Impressed my pnl, McFnrlnnd. He sat by the road-sidand looked round over the landscape as If he wero fnsclnated. "Hoy," Hnld be, "we're at tho big show at last." Poor fellow I It was not only the big fdiow, but the last performance for litm. Within sight of tho spot where he snt wondering ho later fell In action and died. The scene which so Impressed 1.1m gave us all a feeling of great awe. Great shells from a thousand guns wero streaking and the sky. Without glasses I counted thirty-ninof our observation balloons. Away off In the distance I saw one German captive balloon. Tho other aircraft were uncountable. They wero everywhere, apparently In hundreds. Thero conlfl have been no more wonderful panorama picture of war In Its new aspect. Our battalion was In and out of the town of Albert several days waiting for orders. The battle of Courcelctte was then In progress, and the First, Second and Third Canadian divisions wero holding front positions at terri One wns to tnku a whlz-bnn- g e criss-crossin- g e SERGEANT McCLINTOCK- - Sergeant Alexander McCIIntock of Lexington, Kg., and (he Canadian Armu lias Gripping Tale That Kverg American Will Read (or Ha Tells the Tacts Unadorned. Wounded, a Distinguished Conduct Medal Man, lie Was Invalided Home, Rut Is Golnj "Out There" Again to right For Undo Sam and Ills Allies. An Inspiring, Interesting, Personal Narrative, Full of the Spirit and Atmosphere of the Trenches. No. 4 SHIFTED TO THE SOMME Brj Sergeant Alexander McCIIntock. O. C. M.. 57th Overseas fiatt Canadian Gren. Guards Copyright, mi, bj the Ilell Syndicate, Inc. Bergeant McCUntock it an American boy of Lexington, Ky., who hat teen service in France, teat decorated (or bravery, wounded, invalided home and now it returning to accept a commit-tioThit it the fourth article in the teriet. In the flnt article he told of hit training up to the point where he reached the front line trenchet. In the tecond he vutlined the elaborate preparation! for a bomb raid, and in the third the ditattrovt raid xcat de- If you Just mention Canada nnd Auster ibei. tralia In the name breath. Hut I'm bound to say that It was FEW (Injrn lifter tlio bombing good, clean lighting. Nobody fired a raid, which ended mi disastrously shot, nobody pulled a bayonet, and fur UK, our battalion was relieved got the wrung Idea about anyfrom duty on the front line, and the heavyweight thing. tip we got wan tbut we were to go champion The Australian on me wetrt who landed down to the bis show then taking In the street and saluted one right place on the Somme. Our relief wus of ourout lieutenants. We had Just one You nee, h dltlslon of Australians. satisfying rcllectlon ufter the fight n the oector which we hail held In was over the Australian battalion in was a sort of preparatory school relieved us fell heir to the counfor the regular fighting over In France. tbut terattack which the Hermans sent before, we got Into across It wasn't lone to even up on our bombing raid what you in t;ht cull the big league Down to the Somme. contest, but In the meanwhile we hud We begun our march to the Homme a little rent from battling Fritz nml the opportunity to observe some things by a bike to .St. Oiner, the first Hrltlsh Then we which seem to me to be worth telling headquarters In Europe. about. Those of you who ure exclu- stopped for a week about twenty miles sively fond of the stirring detail of from Calais, where we underwent a war, hucIi as shooting and being shot course of Intensified training for open at anil bombing anil bayoneting, need lighting. The Infantry tactics. In which only skip a little of thin. We bud an we were drilled, were very similar to entirely satisfactory uinount of smoke those of the United .States army, those which, In fact, were originated by the and excitement luter. troops In tho days of As coon lis our relief battalion hud United States got In we moved buck to I'operliiKhu Irtdlun fighting. We covered most of stomfor a couple of days' rest. Wo were a tho ground around Calais on our may pretty contented und Jovial lot, our achs In open order While It , platoon especially. We were all gbid to seem Impertinent for me, a mere to express an opinion about the get away from the strain of holding u I think front trench, and there were other ad- larger affairs of the campaign, vantages. For Instance, the altera- I may be excused for saying that the tions of our muster duo to casualties war didn't at all take the course which wus expected and hoped for after the bud not come through battalion headquarters, and therefore we bud lu our light on the Somme. Undoubtedly the rum rations night allies expected to break through the platoon sixty-threIs well and morning and only sixteen men. German line. That being known now. trained near While we were Calais for open warfare, a very large force of cavalry was being assembled and prepared for the same purpose. It was never used. That was last August, und the allies haven't broken through yet. Kventually I believe they will break through, but In my opinion men who are drawn for service In the first half million of our new American army will be veterans In Kurope before tho big break comes which will wreck the Prussian hope of success In this war. And If we of the U. S. A. don't throw In tho weight to beat the Prussians now they will not bu beaten, and In that case the day will not be very far distant when we will have to beat them to save our homes and our nation. War Is n dreadful and Inglorious and 111 smelling and cruel thing. Hut If we hold buck now we will bu In the logical position of a man hesitating to go to grips with a drunken, savage, shrieking, spewing maniac who has ul! but whipped his proper keepers and Is going ufter tho However, I wish we had onlooker. had two months more of weather on tho Somme. There might have been u different story to tell. Simplified Medicine. Wo got drafts of recruits before we went to the Somme, and some of our It Wai Good, Clean Fighting. Nobody wounded men were sent back to EngFired Shot land, where we hnd left our "safety first battalion." That was really the There was a Cnnndlan Scot Id our FIfty-tlrs- t battalion of tho Fourth dlvl crowd who Mild tbut tho only word slon of tho Cunadlan forces, composed which described the situation was of the physically rejected, men rccov I" erlng from wounds und men Injured There was a good deul of Jeulousy at In training. The Tommies, however, and called It the "safety first" or "Major that time between the Canadians the Australians. Each hud tho samo C.llduy'H Light Infuntry." Major 011- force In the field four divisions. day was our battalion surgeon. He Either forco was bigger tbun any other was Immensely popular, and he army composed exclusively of volun- achieved a great name for himself. He teers ever before assembled. While I inude one realize what a great per belong to tho Canudluii unny and sonal force u doctor can be and what tho Canudlan overseas forces tho an unnecessary elaboration there Is In troops ever led to war, I must the civil practice of medicine. finest ay thut I havo never Been a body of Under Major Gllday's administration men so magulflcent In average physIn our battalion was sick If he ique as the Australians. And some of no manwalk, and If be couldn't walk could them were even abovo tho high uver-agwas a reasonable suspicion that The man that punched me In the there he was drunk. The major simplified eye In an "estumlna" In Poperinghe down to an exact scleuce of luado up entirely In his own person for medicine treatment and two rem' of Lea Darcy from tho two forms of the absence just edles "number nines" and whale oil, Australian ranks. I don't know nines" wero pale oval pills, bow the flint Bturted betwmn the Aus- "Number which, If they had been eggs, would tralians and us In I'operlnghe, but I have run about eight to an omelet for know thut It took three regiments of persons. They bad an Internal Imperial troops to stop It. The most six only be defined aa convincing story I heard of the origin effect which could become was told me by one. of dynamic. After our men had of the battle n. our men, who said ho was thero when It began. Ho said one of the Australians had carelessly remarked that the Urltlsh generals hnd decided It wns time to get through with tho sideshow In Ilelglum, and this was tho reason why they hnd sent regular troops like the Australians In to relieve the Canadians. Then some sensitive Cnnndlan wished tho Australians luck and hoped they'd finish It up ns well as they had tho affair In the Dardanelles. After that our two daya' rest wns made up principally of beating It out of estamlnas when strategic requirements suggested a new hnso or beating It Into estamlnas when It looked as If we could That act as clllclcnt fight never stopped for forty-eigh- t hours, and the only places It didn't Include were the church and the hospitals. I'll bet to this day that the Belgians who run the estamlnas In Poperlngbo will duck behind the bars A Hel-Ki- I ble cost. In the first part of October llllfl, we "went In" opposite the fa mous Iteglna trench. The battleground was Just miles anil miles of debris and shell holes. Ilefore we went to our position the olllcers and noncoms were taken In by scouts to get the luy of the hind. These trips were called "Cook's tours." On one of them 1 went through the town of Pozleres twice and didn't know It. It had a Imputation of l'J.000 before the war. On the spot where It bud stood not oven a whole brick was left. It seemed ' non-com- e "Boy," ald he, "we're at the big ehow at last." Its demolition was complete. That was nn example of the condition of the wbolo country over which our forces bud blasted their way for ten miles since the previa ?; July. There wero not even landmarks left. The "Cook's Tour." On the night that we went In to Inspect the positions we were to hold, our scouts, leading us through the Hut desert of destruction, got completely turned round und took us hack through a trench composed of shell boles con netted tip until we ran Into a battalion of another brigade. The place was dreadful beyond words. The stench of the dead was sickening. In many places arms and legs of dead men stuck out of the trench walls. We made u fresh start after our blunder, moving lu single tile and keeping lu touch ouch with the mun ahead of him. Wo stumbled along In the darkness through this awful labyrinth until we run Into some of our own scouts at 2 a. in. and found thut we were halfway across No Mun's Land, several hundred yards beyond our front Hue and likely to bo utterly wiped out In twenty seeouds should the Germans sight us. Fine guides we bud on this "Cook's tour." At lust we reached our proper position, nnd minutes after we got thero a whlz-bana low explosive murderer, burled me completely. They had to dig me out. A few minutes later a high explosive shell fell In a trench section where three of our men were Ktutloned. All we could And ufter It exploded were one arm and one leg, which we burled. The trenches were without trench mats, and the mud wus from six Inches to three feet deep nil through them. There were no dugouts, only merely miserable "funk holes," dug where It was possible to dead dig them without uncovering men. We remained In this position four days, from the 17th to the 21st of October, 1010. There were reasons, of course, for the (II (Terence between conditions lu Ilelglum and on the Somme. On the Somme we were constantly preparing for a new advance, and we were only temporarily established on ground which we had but recently taken after long drumming with big guns. The trenches were merely shell boles connect! by ditches, Our old and ublq,ul- flf-te- be-lle- e. tous and variously useful friend, the ect people, tho Armenian massacrei, sandbag, was not present In any capacatrocities, frlghtfulncss, sinking the ity, and therefore we had no parapets t.usltnntn, the submarine horrors, tho or dugouts. The communication enslavement of women all piece Into trenches wero nil blown In, nnd everythe monstrous view. The rights of nathing bad to come to us overland, with tions, the rights of men, the lives nnd tho result that we never were quite liberties of nit people are subordinate sure when wc would get ammunition, to Ihe Oermnn aim of dominion over rations or relief forces. The most nwfui thing was that the sou aii about German System Reckoned on alt the world. "FHKDKIHO C. WALCOTT." us was filled with freshly burled men. Mr. Vernon ICellngg's statement la Starvation of People to Pro If wc undertook to cut a trench or ' as follows : enlarge n funk bole our spades struck mote Imperial Ends. Saw Only Massacre and Ruin. Into human flesh and the explosion of "It was my privilege and necessity n big shell nlong our line sent decomIn connection with the work of the posed nnd dismembered nnd sickening mementos of nn earlier fight shower- VON KRIES REVEALED PLOT commission for relief In Ilelglum to spend several months nt the great ing among us. Wc lived In the muck headquarters of the German armies In and stench of "glorious" war, those of us who lived. Country, After Population Had Been the west, nnd Inter to spend more months nt Hrussels ns the commisThe German Dugout and What They Systematically Done to Death, Was sion's director for Ilelglum nnd occu- Found. to Be Restocked by Settlers pled France. It wns an enforced op Here and there nlong this line wero From Germany. portunlty to see something of Oermnn tho abandoned dugouts of the Gerpractice In tho treatment of n con- mans, and we made what use of them The extent of human misery tn ,,u,.r,Mi people, pait of whom (the wo could, but that was little. I had r..m., ...... .., orders one day to locate a dugout and roianu causcu uy me uc.mu.. Hel-- glan provinces .........uiiius oi me nei- of East and West 1 - cuimtion was as great as that in prepare It for use as battalion bead") ero under the direct control of When I led a squad In to ;um , The entire heart- K t.Vfc- rhnmclerized ihe kai- -. "i H,",!.nn', ,hc : clean It up tho odor was so overpow-- , vVilli tJM'IllllIl lirilllt'M III II1I W 'ST. nnd " t"wT, high officers is w ell shown in a the Inhabitants of the seven other A w H Helgtun provinces, under the qunsl- dead nurses with our ghastly flash- - statement by Mr. Vernon Kellogg, .i i.uvrrnor wenerni lights, one standing with her nrm prepared for a pamphlet issued oy 1 111,1 n')l tvr '"-- ' v?n, post. Just as she had stood around a informa- -' i pled territories until June. 1015. and when gas or concussion killed her. lion, "T.vi we so, of course, saw none of the actual InSeated nt a table In the middle of tho The systematic exploltntlon of hu- vasion nnd overrunning of tho land. I place was the body of an old general by the German authorities of Uie German medical corps, his head man misery followed the general plan saw only the graves of the mnssncred and the ruins of their towns. Hut I fallen between his hands. The task In Poland by the kaiser's orders. In saw through (he long, hard months of cleaning up was too dreadful for laid down prove the Identity of procedmuch too much for my peace of mind us. We Just tossed In four or Ave order to enough to present the of how the Germans treated the unIt out of there. ure It will be fumlte bombs and beat specially for a fortunates under their control nftcr the report prepared A few hours later we went Into the detailed by the committee on occupation. seared and empty cavern, made the pamphlet Issued public Information and written by Mr. Destruction Complete. roof safe with new timbers and notiA fuller and In C. Walcott. "As chief representative for the comfied battalion headquarters that the Frederic some ways more touching trentment mission. It wns my duty to cover place could be occupied. this given In bis article, "Devastated whole territory repeatedly In long moDuring this time I witnessed a scene la Polnnd," in the National Geographic tor Journeys In company with the Gerwhich, with some others, I shall never Magazine for May, 1017. man officer assigned for my protection forget. An old chaplain of the Cana"September, 1017. nnd for the protection of the German dian forces came to our trench section "Poland Itusslan Poland Is per- army against any too much seeing. As ishing. And the German high comI bad opportunity also to cover most of seeking the grave of his son, which mand, Imbued with the Prussian sys-- Helglum In repented trips from Hrusbeen marked for him on a rude tern, Is coolly reckoning on the neces- sels Into tho various provinces, I nechad map by an officer who had seen the sities of a starving people to promote essarily had opportunity to compare young man's burial. We managed to Its Imperial ends. the destruction wrought In the two refind the spot, and at the old chaplain's "West Poland, which hns been Prus- gions. request we exhumed the body. Some sian territory more than a hundred "I could understand why certain of us suggested to him that he give us yenrs. Is n disappointment to Ger- towns nnd villages along the Meuse and the Identification marks and retire out many; Its people obstinately remain along the lines of the French and Engof range of the shells which were Poles. This time they propose swifter lish retreat were badly shot to pieces. bursting all around us. We argued measures. In two or three yenrs, by There had been fighting In these towns that it was unwise for htm to remain grace of starvation and frlghtfulness, and the artillery of first one side and In danger, but what wo reully Intended they calculate East Poland will be then tho other hnd worked their havoc was that he should be saved the horror thoroughly made over Into a German among the houses of the Inhabitants. of seeing the pitiful thing which our province. Rut there were many towns In which spades were about to uncover. "In the great Hlndenburg drive one there hail been no fighting and yet all "I shall remain," was all be said. year ago, the country wus completely too tnany of these towns also were In "He was my boy." devastated by the retreating Russian ruins. It was not ruin by shells, but It proved thut we had found the army and the oncoming Germans. A ruin by fire nnd explosions. These right body. One of our men tried to million people were driven from their were the famous 'punished' towns. clear the features with his handker- homes. Half of them perished by the Either n citizen or perhaps two or chief, but ended by spreading the roadside, tor miles and miles, when I three citizens had fired from a window handkerchief over the face. The old saw the country, the way was littered on the Invaders or were alleged to chaplain stood beside the body and with mudsoaked garments and bones have. Thereupon n block, or two or though the three blocks, or half the town was i picked clean by the crows larger bones had been gathered by the methodically and effectively burned or thrifty Germans to be ground Into fer blown to pieces. There are many of tilizer. Wicker baskets the little has- - j these punished' towns In occupied ket In which the baby swings from the France. And between these towns nnd rafters In every peasant home were along the roadways are Innumerable scnttcred along the way, hundreds and Isolated single fnrmhouses that are also hundreds, until one could not count In ruins. It Is not claimed that there them, ench one telling a denth. was any sniping from these farmDeliberate Policy of Starvation. houses. They were Just destroyed along "Wnrsaw, which hnd not been de the way and by the way, one may stroyed once a proud city of a million say. When the roll of destroyed vilpeople was utterly stricken. Poor lages and destroyed farmhouses In ocfolks by thousands lined the streets, cupied France Is made known, tho leaning against the buildings, shivering world will be shocked again by this evl- In snow and rain, too weak to lift a dence of German thoroughness, hand, dying of cold and hunger. Though Found Neutrality Impossible. the rich gave nil they had, and tho "Hut the horrible methods of that poor shared their Inst crust, they were deportation were such that we, alstarving there In the streets In droves. though trying to hold stendfust to a "In the stricken city, the German gov rigorous neutrality, could not but proernor of Warsaw Issued a proclnmn- - test. Mr. Gerard, our ambassador to Poles were bld - Berlin, happened at the very time of tion. All den to go to Germany to work. If any this protest to make a visit to the refused, let no other Pole give htm to great headquarters fn the west and the cat, not so much as a mouthful, under matter was brought to the attention penalty of German miliary law. of certain high olllcers at headquarters "It was more than the mind could on the very day of Mr. Gerard's visit grasp. To the husband und father of nnd In his hearing. So that he added broken families, the high command his own protest to that of Mr. Poland, gave this decree: Leave your families our director at the time, and further to starve; If you stay, we shall see that deportations were stopped. Hut n teryou do starve this to u rible mischief hud already been done. sensitive, highly organized people, this Husbands and fathers had been taken Hit Voice Rose Amid the Noise of from the authorities of a nation pro-- from their families without a word of Bursting Shells. fesslng civilization and religion to mil-- good-by- ; sotis and daughters on whom removed his trench helmet, baring his Hons of fellow Christians captive and perhups aged parents relied for support were tuken without pity or appargray head to a drizzle of rain thut wus starving. "General von Krles, the governor, ent thought of the terrible conse- fulling. Then while we stood by silentThe great deportations of ly bis voice rose umld the noise of wns kind enough to explain. Candidly, quences. bursting shells, repeating the burial they preferred not quite so much star-- Helglum have shocked the world. Hut I ration : It might get on the nerres of these lesser deportations that Is, service of the Church of England. have never been so Impressed by any- the German soldiers. Hut, starvation lesser In extent, but not less brutal In being present, It must work for Ger- their carrying out lire hardly known. thing In my life as by that scene. Germany Must Be Civilized. The dead mun wus u young captain. man purpose. Taking advantage of "I went Into Helglum und occupied this wretchedness, the working men of Hu had been married to u lady of Just before the outbreak of tho Poland were to be removed ; tho coun France a neutral nnd I malutulned try was to be restocked with Germans. while there a steadfastly neutral bewur. Urltlsh Tom- - It was country Germany needed rich havior. Hut I came out no neutral. I The philosophy of the ...... .. ,t,, ina. i .i it.t; r, liuea uuu .1... viiimumua uuu itiu nun- - alluvial soil better suited to German cannot conceive that any American entrillions on the Somme was ii remark-- 1 erpanslon than distant possessions. If joying an experience similar to mine able reflection of their tine courage tho Poland that wus hud to perish, so could have come out a neutral. He would come out, as I came, with tho through all thut bell. They went about much tho better for Germany. Ineradicable conviction that a people To Make Poland German Province. their work paying no attention to the "Itemove the men, let the young and or u government which can do what the flying death ubout them. "If Fritz has u shell with your name weak die, graft German stock on the Germans did and are doing lu Helglum and number ou It," said a Urltlsh Tom- -' women. See how simple It Is: with n nnd France toduy must not be allowed, my to ine one day, "you're going to crafty smile. General von Krles con- If there Is power on earth to prevent It. get It, whether you'ro lu tho front line cluded, 'Hy and by we must glvo back to do this a moment longer than can be or seven miles back; If he hasn't,! freedom to Poland. Very good ; It will helped. And they must not be al lowed ever to do It ugaln. reappear us a German province. you're all right." "I went lu also a hater of war, and I Fine fighters all. And the Scotch) "Slowly, I came to realize that this kilties, lovlugly called by the Germans monstrous. Incredible thing wus the came out u more ardent hater of war. "the women from hell," have the re--( Prussian system, deliberately chosen Hut, also, I came out with the Ineradicable conviction, uguln, that the only spect of all armies. We saw llttlo of by the circle around the the pollus, except a few on leave. All and kneaded Into the German people way In which Germany under Its present rule and lu Its present state of the men are self sacrificing to one1 till It became part of their mind, another In that big melting pot from) "German people ure material for mind can be kept from dolug what It which so few ever emerge whole. The building the state of no other account, has done Is by force of arms. It can- ouly things It la legitimate to steal In Other people are for Germany's will to not be prevented by appeal, concession the code of the trenches are rum and work upon. Humanity, liberty, equality, ' or treaties. Hence, ardently as I nopo "fags" (cigarettes). Every other pos- the rights of others all foolish talk, that all war may cease, I hope chat session la as safe as If It wore a pat- Democracy, an Idle dream. The true this war may not cease uutlt Germany Prussian lives only for this, that the realizes that the civilized world simply ent lock. German state may be mighty nud great. will not allow such horrors as those "All the woes In the long count for which Germany Is responsible .n The fifth article of this remarkable personal narrative will appear soon. against Germany are part of the Prus- Helglum and France to be any longer sian system. The IuvubIou of Helglum, possible. It la entitled: "7H&NON KSLLOdOr No. (V Wounded In Action. the deportations, the starving of AIMED TO MAKE POLAND DESERT Flan-quarter- s. mr -j ' "" "" rLf ": ' able-bodie- d high-strun- 1 1 ' Hal-tlmo- re ( I I ' Pago Four. TUB CITIZEN July 4, 1018. C. II. Burdctlo remodeling tli .ne Is cordially invited, both young school house ill West 1'uion this and old, ee. Rememher the time, place and Mrs. I. I.. Vim Winkle, of Ml. dale: Sunday evening, July 7, 101X, Vin. returned homo, Wednesday, nt 0:15 in the Pavilion NI ufler n with relatives niul AT friend for it few lay.. FOURTH OF JULY AMMUNITION The people of the United Stales Do not fnil to visit Beren on tho nunc to their great national holi-d- a Fourth of July. Prof. L. V. Dodgo Independence Day facing a of Beren. nnd Dr. Telford, of Rich- stupendous fattt nnd ii momentous Richmond Kentucky mond will give patriotic addresses. ilie(ion. Special inuic has been nrranged Tln tuition nt war. This Is the for the occasion. In the evening, fart we must face, n solemn fact to FEDEIIAL RESERVE a iii inir picture show will bo given t In' import of which it seems that in the Chapel, admission 10 cents. iimity are ii'l yet awake. We are The proceed will be devoted to tho at wnr ! Do not cover the fai t, Civic Playground fund. The morn face It. ing program begins nt 10 a.m. and Why are we at war? Tlii is (he the afternoon at :30. Tho pictures ipieslliiii which every rllion ought OK UKRKA AND VICINITY, QATHERED NEWS FROM to ink himself, and he should not will begin at 7:30 p.m. This bank is n member of the Federal Zjijijttja VARIETY OF SOURCES Bring ,your family and friends nsl content until he knows why Reserve System, and spend a pleasant, patriotic day nnd sees clearly the reasons which Because: 1. We consider it our obli- nt Berea. compelled the war declaration. our part Ration to answer to our quesHere is the Menu Clark and Secretary Vaughn organization of the Nation's HfljHIH tion: We .are at war for the sake FOR RENT were in iMUisville, Tuesday, in con banking resources. f liberty, for the same reason that Thnv acres row pen Intnl. neiti.in wilh Y.M.C..A. work. Mrs. W. A. Todd, Beren. impels ms n honor the American Mis l.tta Smith, of tho Vocational nii-2. We believe the B Declaration of Independence and Department, left Sunday for New csts our customers are Bank & Trust Bldg. Berea, Ky. Yi rk City, where she will take the heroic men who made our freeREMEMBER safeguarded by our mem- i lie snlilialli exentni: service on dom possible. bcrsbip h i rative position ns a stenographer, the Federal We are at war ! Let u endeaor Reserve System the Mack. Morgan is now out of the the Campus, in the Pavilion, at 7:30. Pleaching by the Rev. K. 11. Eng- faithfully and seriously to underlt liniMui Hospital, where he under rcdiscounting privilege lish, pislor of the Keren Baptist stand jut what t Writ menus and (o our being Scicntltlc horse shoeing, line iron went .in operation for appendicitis church. realize that changed condition call i:er.body invited. able to. meet all demands Mrs. V. H. Ilarrii wns in llirh- work nnd repairs of all descriptions la-- t Committee. fur new ntlitude nnd new actiweek visitiijg her daugh at the College Blacksmith Shop, inond vities. We cannot he true (o duty ter, Klliel. who i in K.K.S.N. at that Main Street, north of The Citizen WANTED nnd go on in the same old wny tlur place. ad. Oilice. Young women of 18 years and inir these month, perhnps years. jut Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Cloyd. of Ka.--f Bernsladl. have been visiting their oer, good moral standing and before us. To be indifferent to the L. 4 N. TIME TABLE physically, to take our new condition, to Ihe solemn fact .""ii, H. C. Cloyd. of Chestnut street. strong eighteen month's course in Practical that our nation ha taken up arm Berea, Ky. for the pat few days. (In efTcct May 11, 1918) Apply to Mrs. Helen nirnitxt other nntinns. is In be in I here will lie a moving picture Nursing. North Bound show every nieht during the fair Stearns Sharpe, College Hospital, spirit, if not in acl, disloyal to the ' No. 32, Leaves 0:53 p.m. ad-- 2. nntion ami Ihe (lag we love. In law, at the College Chapel. Proceeds Berea, Ky. ,No. 38, Leaves 1:17 p.m. GRATIFYING C. B. ANDERSON RETURNS a man is not a traitor until he perLEAVES FOR FROM for the Red Cross. No. 3S, Leaves 3:53 a.m. AMERICAN GENEROSITY forms ome act which i ncninst his OVERSEAS Y.M.C.A WAR WORK ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE Mi Edna Early is working for Fifty Conmded American soldiers South Bound Mr Andersons nuii friends rethe Berea Bank A Trust Co.. during All parties having claims against country and helpful to his country No. 33, Leaves 12:03 p.m. the estate of Jane Martin, deceased enemies; but in spirit and In fact, joice witli him for the opportunity nro being cared for In tho Scottish the illness of her mother. 1:01 p.m. No. 37, Leaves Miss Dorothy Wilson is out of the will pleae present them within that man i close "to treachery who that has mine I" him to help the Women's Hospitnl, Abbayo do No. 31, Leaves 12:12 a.m. according to tho following fail to care for hi nation' ideals l(yH ov,,r (.r,.." A ini)nth ngo, College Hospital, where he under sixty days: Note: No. 33, the fast train, will went a very successful operation Earnest Jackson, Administrator, and to assist to the utmost of his his acceptance came for this work cablegram received by Kathleen slop for passengers from North of for trachoma. ad-- 2. Big Hill. Ky. oower to realize those ideals, and he has lieen hiisv in the meait- - Burke, special dclegato to AmcricnCincinnati, 0., or for Soutli of Knox-vill- e, "Abbayo do Royaumont received For years the call that has come UM, preparinu' for the new Held H. Clyde Jones, one of our Berea Tenn. boys, who is now in the Navy, and BEREA BOYS IN OFFICERS' TRAIN to us with the Fourth of July has w,, j fl for New Vrk Saturday two convoys American wounded, been a call to honor the arhieve- - afternoon, where be will report for fifty men). ING CAMP located at the U. S. Naval Operating Sergeants William Campbell nnd nienls of (he pat and to pledee anew du We SELL lints and sell them right. Base. Hampton Roads. Va.. was "Scottish Women's Hospitnl." Uler ,i le icf r (i.rso of train- "America contributed approxi Mrs. Laura Jones. ad. granted a furlough and returned Carroll Robie. of the ISHth Infantry. our nl'eirinnce in tnose principle mately !F750.000 to tho Scottish R. J. Engl and son, Forrester, arc t Berea last week on business. tntioiied at Caiup Shelby, Miss., ro- fur which our government hn nl- HospiUils," Women's said Mis in Hamilton, Ohio, at the present. While here, he was entertained at omed t" Kentucky lat week. They wavs stood. roremol or wntcli t Burke, "and naturally we aro glad Porrester has secured a good po- - the homo of his friend, Miss Elsie are at Hie Artillery Ollieers Trnin- - hntivui liberty. But litis vear tbn to havo the practical opportunity iir Camp at West Point, (Ky.) call is different. II i a call to er sition with tho Champion Paper E. Williams. ice. We cannot he patriotic this These young .men wi'l be remem f"t showing our gratitude. AmeriMills of that place. Mr. Englo and Miss Ola Gentry, who is attend-faniiyar and be content with can women will bo interested to ing school at the E.KS.N., spent bered a former Bere-mmove to Ohio soon. will The nation need neverv mail knowsomething of this hospital Master John Bales, of Chestnut the week end with her sister, Esther, SAWYER JONES ouniin nnd child. It i not a time where llfty of their boys aro being street, underwent an operation for-w- jio is at the Robinson Hospital, tared for. Lieutenant Edgar H. Sawyer, of lo peak. but a time to serve adenoids at the Robinson Hospital, Miss Carrie Williams, who spent I "It Is a beautiful place, once a the first of the week. Ho is now a pleasant six weeks with home Camp Jackson, S. C, and Miss Pearl Whether on the battle front or in peaceful and lovely n spot as Franoo folks, has returned to Georgetown Jones, were married at flvo o'clock the furrows. n a nurse in the ho. progressing nicely. possessed. When the patients lie Saturday afternoon. June 22, at Co oilnl or housewife in the kitcheo. Dr. J. R. Robertson was in Cin- In teach. I there is something for each to do in their cots in the cloHtcr, they cinnati, the latter part of last week J. W. Dooley is home for a month's lumbia, South Carolina. The wedding may look out upon n sparkling foua- was a very quiet one, only the bride's io order Hint our nntion may acand the, first of this week. vacation. tnin shining in the sun in the center Mrs. Martha Early is ill at her Miss Lucile and Chester Hays, of sister, Miss Sarah Jones and Lieut. complish the ends for which it Is al war. To fail to 'do that some, of an exquisite hit of garden, the home on the Dixie Highway. Cyntbiana, are visiting relatives in Cnbage attending. C. B. Anderson kind of garden that only the monks The bride is the second daughter thine is (o be unlrue to the ilutv of J. M. Coyle has purchased the storo Berea Ihe hour. bouse next to Chrisman's Furniture mi: there he wil' l iilillcs ail for could plan. Daniel Bowman, a former resident of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jones. She And what is the end for which we l iaiue within the next ten days. wa a popular student in tho Vo'The hospital at the Abhayc do Slore. He is making extensive im- - of Berea. is visiting old friends. provements by. putting in a plate for the last are at war? That the principle of Of course, we are unable to give Royaumont was opened in December. Axel Ernberg left last week for cational Department glass front and enlarging the in- - Detroit, where he has a position tliree years. This past year, she has human liberty may be extended at this tune the exact work he will 1011, French authorities providing tenor. Thq building will be ready assigned. or his location; all the building. Women of the ScotLetters from Miss Helen Bowman been teaching weaving in Asheville, "Yos. and that we ourselves, our Lieutenant wives ami cniiuren, may lie proieci-e- d this w ill bo determined by the per tish Women's Iopitnls brought in for occupancy at an early date. to her friends in Berea, indicate that N. C, where she met in its enjoyment. Human rights sonnel committee in Paris, France. their own water supply, put in their J. Wendell Early is working on she is enjoying her work at Battle Sawyer. Lieutenant Sawyer grad uated from Maryvillo College, June, are threatened by the cruel domiMr. Anderson will be much missed own electric lighting installation tho farm of bis uncle, V. H. Bick- - Creek. Michigan noli, on the Dixie Highway. Miss Lorena Haefer is attending 1917, and immediately entered tho nance of might. It was bard to be- by his Berea friends and especially and prepared the building for receplieve, but all of us have been forc- by the pupils and patrons of the tion of the wounded. The hospital Messrs. Edward Williams, Mark a conference at East Norlhfleld. Mas officers' training camp. Lieutenant and Mrs. Sawyer will ed to accept the fact. Clark and Walter Van Winkle took Hart Settlement school, whore he started with two hundred beds Miss Lillie Ogg has returned to a load of household goods to her home at Paint Lick after spend- - be at home to their friends at Col set veil to lone and faithfully. Their This number has been increased 1 1 iinrroiisnurg, Saturday, a distance ing the month of June in the Regis-o- f unibia after spendinc a few day WASHINGTON. D. C. OFFERS PRAY- best wishes go with him for a suc- about live hundred bed. The walls ERS FOR VICTORY AND PEACE with his parents at Brevard. N. C, about sixty miles. The College trar's Office. cessful campaign against the Huns are four feet thick and the build EVERY DAY AT NOON ing where the sick lie is cool In and a safe return. truck was employed. They relumed Mr. and Mrs. U. S". Wyatt of Berea, The people of Washington, D. C, WAYSIDE EVANGELISM about 2 a.m.. Sunday morning. slimmer and wnrm in winter. The Kit Clienault, and Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Wren, who purchased the Wagers, of Richmond, left Saturdav An interestmir open air service ol serve 12 o'clock each day as a nurses nnd iiM"tors are exceptlonallv was held in front of Mr. Settle' special time to offer prayers for HEW REGULATIONS PROVIDE FOR splendid women. One little instnnC'1 mill formerly owned by Josiah for Mississippi. IMPORTATION Or MEXICAN Burdette, deceased, is making ex- of their devotion to their work l Mrs. John Mullins and little son, store at Big Hill, on Sunday even victory and peace. A committee, so LABOR shown in the way they recently tensive changes about the property. Harry, left Sunday for a visit with ing nt 7:00 o'clock. There was an formed as to be representative of all To assist in meeting the present protecti-In- The large building on the corner of her mother at Mt. Vernon. the valunble attendance of upwards of a bun (he people without regard to religi- or which hv remie.i nt ih( Boone anil Chestnut streets has Lieutenant nnd Mrs. Benton Dea-be- dred people from the surrounding ous denominations, creed, sect, ac- shortage in unskilled lnlmr - slnctions Imve been temporarily n lorn down and an (on are the proud parents of a babv neighborhood. The service was ar rnce, promoted this observnnce, rrenrli government, is sent from parage will be built in its place, girl. Mrs. Deaton was formerly Miss ramrod for and conducted by Mr cording lo John G. Capers, chairman moved in Ihe importation of Moxi-o- f hospital to hospitnl in an nmhu- the committee. Hudson, nssisted by several others inn labor lo be used in certain oc- - lance. During a sudden and terriW. Keith Crawford, of the Acad- - Sarah Ely. The President has authorized tho n.pntions. This step supplements ble storm recently, the nurses proemy Department, is working in tho Very helpful gospel Mrs. Bessie Martin and son, Wal- - from Berea. V. S. I'ostonice, Herea. (rr. of Corbin. are here visiting Mrs, talks were given by Mr. Penniman heads of all Government depart- - the order by which the Department tected this delicnte machinery with Mrs. B. F. Van Winkle was In Oilfield and othor friend. Mrs and Mr. Hudson. Special music was ments to sanction this observance of Labor lias nrranged to bring their own bodies. Thoy made a through their ohiof clerks. The, Porto Rican laborers Richmond last Thursday, taking the Martin was formerly Miss Bessie furnished by Mr. and Mrs. Rix. into this human safeguard by placing thoir similar service was announced for Secretary of Wnr permitted a sig- - country for work on Government bodies over the machine, nnd rellov-i-ii 'Ienrhors' County Examination. Racer. mil for the ringing of the bells to contracts. It i rod limited that 75- each other in squads throughA community singing was ncld Mr.. Bob Terrill. nf Richmnnn next Sunday nt the snme time nnd be tired from the top of an office (too Mnndora enn be brought in out the night. in ino union i;nurcn, sunnay aricr- - visited Mrs. J. W. Talum during plnce. building. The Dislrict Commission- - while transportation is available, Miss Burke tell a story of the ono. led by Dr. rclton. These meet- - (be week end or, issued a statement giving tholr New regulations on the siihieel "baby of Royaumont," n litllo French ing are for all who wish to learn UNION CHURCH NOTES Mr. Lou Hanon moved Tuesday patriotic songs and to sing them, and Wednesday, from the old linn. Dr. Mend was the preacher at tho sanction to the olisecvance. 'This, of Mexican labor contained rigid nblld found by ono of tho soldiers meetings will be sen place on Chestnut street, to her Pninn Church on Sunday morning, sanction carried nuthorizntion thru provision to prevent any nttompt who wns passing through a bomAnother of held next Siinday nfternoon. hvery- - new home on Jackson street His message was based upon tho tlie I'utiiic uillllies commission ior t exploitation on the part of nros- - barded villnge. The women doctors Wnge rates operated upon (he baby, nnd took pony come i The Progress Club had a call text. "What Think Ye of Christ? tbe observnnce nf the movement by pectie employers. L. A. Loter of Chestnut street meeting. Saturday aft. : noon, at th. In earnest and forceful language street cars and traffic, which stops current for similar lnbor in the to a pieco of shrapnel from Its back. . :. .1 I. I l - l ... Miuu'ii woir .iioiiiiii)' muinmi.' r ior noine or Mrs. .i. v,. Herndon on ho led his hearers to a larger appre il, specific days, during tho tlmo of ealities in which tho admitted alien Now it has constituted Itself lord lis to no employed nro assured, ns and masler of the hosnllal. "When the Government In Dayton, Ohio. Jackson street ciation of the riches nf God. which prayer, saiu .nr. uapors. Posters similar to those of tho Lib- -' well as good housing and sanitation it cnlls 'Pniin' in the morulue." snvs MjSs Dora Elv, who ha been em-- have been made available to all who His business is wiring nrtillery guns. Miss Burke, "ns many as J. Englo is closing out bis ployed nt Buckhorn for quito n while, will receive them, thru faith, in erlv loan drives and tho Red Cross conditions. Applications for permission to im- - live fathers nnswer to this call." have been made and will grocery store and household plnn-- U here now, visiting ber mother, Jesus Christ. Communion servico nor. bpectni bargains until sold. will be held next Sunday and it lif bung In nil churches. S'unday- - port Mexican labor under tho now jrs. jnnn py ad-- 2. Mrs. Chas. Adams jnd daughters. is hoped that there will be a largo schools, clubs, hotel lobbies, banks, piovisions may be filed witli tho Thouoht . B. W. Hart has moved to tho of Flanigan. nro the guests of Mrs. attendance of the membership of the and reslnurants. "Give a moment to United States emmlgratlon or cm- house formerly occupied by the Rev.!annle Brannaman. church ns well as others to par- God" is the suggostlvo phraso of the p'oment servico officials, giving tin eU hato ought to be satlsfiHl with hi at- - number of laborers desired, class of viiutntloii. hnellsn. on Jackson street Mr. and Mrs. Aden Ogg and baby, ticipate in this sacred memorial of poster. These posters call the ' V tention of the public to tho necessity work, wages and placo of employ- 'rno btairnrd property was Dougnthire spending several days with C our Lord. f prayer for tlie success or our tnent. by Mrs. Lou. Hanson of Chestnut1!. Ogg nnd family. enduring poaco. sire,". Mrs. .I. A. Wyatt stopped fcvor JOINT MEETING OF B.Y.P.U AND Miles and an F. L. MOORE'S van wtnKio went to unr- - in Beren for a short time at the CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR waitor MARVELOUS WHEAT TOR SALE Ian. Monday. ,whorp he is palntin?) first of the week, on ber wny to Cin There will be a unioni .meeting , . . . r. t . or m GOO bushels. Will henr 20 to one a for his uncle. A. E. Van WinUIo. cinnnti from n visit with her paront or cnrisiinn I'.nuenvor ami u.i.r.u. Dourbon Poultry Remedy p.m.. bushel, nt Government price. Mr. nnu Mrs. n. n. nnnnard loiin Clay County. Sunday. July 7. 10IR. nt 0:l.r ifftww eMVa inTpir fTTJJpC nil. Perry James, Beren. Ky. Wednesday for a visit with Mr. and FOR Mrs. 0. Clinton Enrlv has been in the pavilion, back of the Library. Uwmdlnir some lime with ber lnis- - Hie tonic Ir. "Chickens Come Home Mrs. Hnrrell Van Winkle. ttriiiklnif waUr c 4 fl A PPC! -' Class Repairing anuiirvvi'imwlino Mlssos May and Elizabeth Leo band. C. C. Enrlv. of the HOlh In- to Roost." illari lujua.rliult'ra anil ol her chicle worwn uous, too. lutllx Dukft ilUeaw. One Harrison and Miss Amy . Myron fantry nam!, sintioned at Camp The loaders will be Hugh Mobley of AND Old Job had bis troubles, but nobody IS Kallnio( imsjicliui. At ilruic spout from Friday uulil TtMutay Sliolhv. She returned to Nichnlns-vll- li the B.Y.P.U. and E. E. Robinson of raised tho price of leu on him when he irlsUor by mud iMtal). Valuable lmltry book (n uu owjuooU .Fine Line of Jewelry with Dr. uitl Mrs. B, P. Jonas at Inst weak and will lie in Borwi Christian Endeavor. SpecinI music wim laying In hln winter m coal. At ICUIIOI 1(1(01 CO.,luletM,I. Wnrreiw tho ml lias been pUinned and a good pro- - lanta Constitution. tlit ttwk, Sold by Porter-Moor- e Drug Co. main 57. Evorvram has been nrranged. BEREA, KY. T Great Reduction Sale B. E. BELUE CO. J..K 1 LOCAL PAGE I War Time Organization MH R H H Dean & Stafford REAL ESTATE S. jl H Best Blacksmithing Hl BH H lfll EMx HB JB H , Berea National Bank jBf' Roy-atimo- nt. - ' ly . ce - en I tle twenty-cainpaig- ns : it.Je.. ..w ... OncDrop -'- , 1 Jewelry tore Firt $100 in Education Equals $1,000 in Land. 4 July I, 1918." Tim The CITIZEN Pago Five. The Berea Bank & Trust Co. Ken-tuck- THERE A REASON 5,000.00 The Natlotinl War Work Council been driven out of Boston. Due from Hanks 13,071,90 of tin Y.M.C.A. iero lininedilllely Yet the colonies were still hound Cash on hand 34J-5MO expert men who own their ears together with but a rope of sand. RICHMOND KENTUCKY Checks nnd other cash items 90, 70 uliil know enough about them lo The thought of final separation from .Hanking House, furniture mid Fixtures 13,000.00 make minor repair, if necessary, Hie mother country, of permanently 0thur Assets not included under nny of ahovc heads 126.44 for a truck transportation service relinquishing of tho privileges RETURNING FROM KEROSENE SUPPLY WILL BE wilh the Ainerienn Kxpedlt binary llrili!. cllizensl wa bv no mean CHAPLAINS, BRING FAVORABLE FRONT, N SHORT Force and Ihe French Army. This popular. There still was hope that Totai . 18,008.4 J REPORT REGARDING CON-h- e The supply of kerosene will run service offers great opportunity to the wrongs of the colonic might' , v LIAH1 LITI l?S DITI0NS IN FRANCE short this winter. Each user mu3t the Minn who I beyond draft age. redressed. The Tories, great 111 cffpital Stock paid in, in cash f, 25,000.00 do his part lownrd saving it. Every In sound phyieal condition and number, in wenlth and in influence, Surplus Fund 15,000.00 win Is to go across. f would not listen to talk of separa- Chaplain Francis IT. Dohcrty, U. gallon must ho made to do war duty Undivided Profits, less expenses and taxes paid 2,497.56 "i-we desire a many volun- lion. The Quakers and Moravian S A., and Chaplain Lyman Rollins, by giving forth its full measuro of yC. 794,010.50 Deposits subject to chuck teers a poihle. who run contribute were opposed In war a sinful nnd I s. A., have Just returned from light and heat. This can ho Time Deposits 81,094.41' I only if good care is says Ihe Council would content themselves with such France on a military mission to the 1,080. 95 166,200.86 heir aeniee," Cashier's checks outstanding taken of lamps, lanterns, heaters and statement, jut received here. "Wo redress ns might bo obtained United Stales, Due Hanks and Trust Companies 10,000.00 we'roiue Ihe man willi (he highest thru remonstrance. Others, will- Chaplain Dohcrty is attached U) stoves. The Director of Oil Contype who can afford to go overseas ing to go lo nny extreme, where General Headquarters in France, servation of the United Stales Fuel TorAi J218.698.42 announces nt hi own expense. We don't pay there wa chance of succes. could being associated with Bishop Cbas. Administration theso r State of Kentucky, County of Madison, Set. high salarie, hut men with de- ee no hope. H. Brent and Chaplain Paul Dwight principles of fuel saving: I. Keep nil lamps and lantern We, J. V. Stephens and John r. Dean, President and Cashier of pendents are nured Ilia! their The Continental Congress discuss- - Moody, (son of tho well-kno!'the above named hank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is families will be amply provided for ed the question long and keenly. On evangelist of that name). In tho globes clean. Let the light shina truc.Jto the best of our knowledge and belief. while Ihey are in France." Chaplains out. Don't confine it behind smokthe 7th of .lime, a resolution had General Headquarters W. Stephens, President, Army Work Physical Recreation lieen introduced, declaring "Tlint the (,Micc. The function of this of- - ed nnd dirty chimneys. fcee thnt burners and wicks of Leaders John F. Dean, Cashier. I'nited Colonies are and ought to br (lee is the direction and dis-- 1 There i an imniediale need o free and Independent." Seven colo - tribution of Chaplains' activities in n" " burning devices aro clean, Subscribed and sworn to before me this 3rd day of July 1918. Son phyieal recreation leaders, es nies bad voted for it: six voled Franco lo the end of tho attainment ,:!''ai1 burners require less oil and W. V. Kidd, Notary Public. pecially for oversea service in again!. Greater unanimity wa in- - of the best and special interests of Sive better lights, My commission expires Jan. 25, 1920. 3- - Don't A dispensable. allow a lamp, lantern, France, Fnglnnd and Italy. all concerned, under General Pcrsh- knowledge of French or Kalian neater or stove lo burn a minute All thru June the debate was wag- - Ing. This work carries with it con port to our GovernmenL They are should lean toward service wilh the ed. Then came the great day July i. siderablo travel and gives an longer than Is necessary. in Don't sharpening and wielding this power troop of thee rountries. in session until the issue mate kiibwledgo of the situation light one you can do without. !. Don't use coal oil forNcIcanlns ful instrument, as seen by their To make for a maximum "f health 1770. The delegates took their place from a religious and moral point A family Newtpuper for all that U right -- import purposes. of the Third Liberty I.onn i ndnrance and skill, n well as pro- early in the nvorning and Ihe doors of view. true, and interesting and the increased acreage on their vided entertainment and recreation were closed. It wa decided to re From this broad knowledge, fchap- l'alHhr.lirry Thurxlir at Htt. Ky farms. at base ramps and in villages where sbould be settled, one way or the lain Doherty says: "Everywhere wo COLOR BLINDNESS AMONG U. S. men are liillited and rest camps after other. SEAMEN Three millions of peoplo find the same situation, hear tho BEREA PUBLISHING CO. Report of Public Health Serthe emotional exhaustion of the waited. same story; the condition and spirit Unco poratvdl More than 800 penalties for viola front lines, men qualified to or vice Gives Valuable Data "Clang!" WM C. FROST, The big bell in tho of the men are excellent." When lion of rules and regulations govern- ganize, promote nnd lead receatinna dome of the hall spoke sharply. The leaving France on his present mis Tho importance of differentiatSubscription Rate ing liscensed dealers in foodstuffs activities can be of untold service loiked doors were thrown open sion, the Chaplain asked General ing between thoso who aro dangerIN ADVANCE tlM have been imposed during the past nt thi time. You can make "leave and the delegates came pouring out I'ersning, "May wo not tell our ously color-blin- d that is, unable at On. Yrr Sll Month! 10 months by the Food Administra periods an people in America that the moral all times to distinguish between red instead of a liability with face flushed but jaws set. Monthi Thrv linn. About 150 companies and indi to the Army; you can increase skill Lexinctou, Concord. Ticonderoga, and religious situation hero Is ami green and thoso who aro only or Kpr Monr Snd monrr tr l'ut-lllis brought out Onlr. Draft, ltifUtrwl l.rttr. or on am two viduals have been ordered to quit and endurance, verv prominent fnc and Bunker Hill bad taught the eminently high and very satisfac-wor- ld slightly color-blin- d, cnt lUmin. business in liscensed commodities tor in the present fighting; you to know the heart of the lory?" The reply was, "Yes, and in n recent study conducted by tho Tb dat aftr your nam on Uhl show to what dat your ulMrrlptkm U paid. If It U not for a limited or unlimited period and U. S. Public Health Service and reYou chan(l within thrt wrk alwr rrnwal notify over BOO have voluntarily made a can ward off "shell shock." "good American patriots. The Declaration you may say, furthermore, that it ported in Public Health Bulletin No. can help make an army of of Independence taught the patriots if- going to keep up to that 1" w ilUalnir numWra will m iclailly upplinl mi ney payment, usually lo the lied pheer." 92 to know themselves. art notJnnl. Cross, or have temporarily abstain Utirralurma elrrntoany whooliuln i The following cases are regarded To the Attention of Business Men in mis work for democracy, we SAVE THE COAL forua. Any ow ndlnit ui four yratlv color-blin- d ubKrlpUunt can rclr Tha Cltln tm for el from doing business rather than A great number of busine men are learning to know ourselves. ,and on tons of coal must. as dangerously' Fifteen mill ona yrar. risk calling down more drastic with large experience are needed therefore to be excluded from poAdnrtUlnir ratra on application. he saved this year in residence penalties. for immediate service in France as "ALL THEY GOT WAS JUST ME" apartment houses, churches, schools sitions in which they would be retransportation Harry Lauder had just come from and commercial buildings, other quired to read colored signal lights: workers. Paulsen in There is not much differonco and hut secretaries France. He told of a visit he paid than factories. The United States (I those who aro able to see but the actual effect between an Ameri- ODDLY SHAPED FEET NOW GET managers, Already some of the largest bust b a hospital in France. He said: Fuel Administration is now issuing three or less colors in the spectrum, can needlessly consuming materials FITTED IN ARMY SHOES pes men in the Slate have placed "The Huns do not know of such directions whereby stale and local (the normal person sees six or needed by tho Nation, and a Gcr-mTwo out of every 1.000 men in th.i their application for overseas work n worn ns mercy, .sinking such materials ht sea. are given a seven ; (2) those who seo more than in one oi our niei numinisiraiors rnjy have to have their shoes made and we are trusting that many more hospitals, I found a poor fellow who program of action to check up every three colors In tho spectrum, but V order. In soveral camps, entire men of this type will see fit to offer had one eye and half his face blown order for domc,tie coal and curtail who have tho red end so shortened About 50 subsistence Inspectors regiments have lind their feet their service. away. When he talked, his mouth order. for excess tonnage. Each as to prevent the recognition of a of tho Army attended a school of measured, ami hundreds of draw To Women Workers: was so hideous it was difficult to) order for coal for domestic use will red light at a distance of two miles; one week, recontly held at Wash- ings were made of odd shapes and While the National War Work upon him. It was sickening be investigated by the Fuel Admini- - and (.1) those with a central scotoma ington, D. C, to rcccivo instruction sizes. At the prevent time, the Army Council doe not pay all of a wo look to gaze at that poor creature, stration thru its local admini (that is, a blind or partially blind in models to standardize the in- nes between 2,000,000 and 3,000,000 man' exnene, yet we are looking "Yet. when I asked him how bo strators. Not an order will he com area in the fleld of vision) for red spection of food. pair.--, of shoes a month. for vo'unleer workers who are able received bis injuries, be tried to pletely (Hied until approved by the and green). Farts brought out in tests prove to defrav a pari of their own ex smile a bo told me the story. proper local officials. Tho plan ho3 Monthly magazines to bo sent lo Hint iivn in the present Army are pene. These wnnnyi will work in "'It was a founbtin pen that did been in operation in Philadelphia SOLDIERS' BODIES TO BE SENT HlOME soldiers and sailors should ,not bo larger than those serving in pro the capacity of stenographers and that for me,' he said. T was one of for the Inst six months under the The bodies ofNhe American solmore than two months old, accord- vioiis war. Not only is this shown canteen workers. the first to reach a trench that the direction of Francis A. Lewis and C. A. Tevebaugh, Slate Recruit Huns had Just vacated, and, looking T. C. Mahady. Mr. Mahady is now diers who die or are killed in Franco ing lo the Postofllco Department, and by the larger sizes of shoos called for, weekly publications should not bo but by the larger sizes of outer ing Secretary, i Jut back from down in the floor of tho dugout, I attached to the Bureau of Conscr- - may be brought home after the war, clothing that is being required. New York, where be promised that bappened to seo a fountain pen. vat ion. United States Fuel Admini- - according to a recent ruling of tho ni" re than three weeks old. in the Quartermaster Corps Kentucky will supply SO men and Thinking to writo to my wife nnd stration, which will make the work War Department. Bodies cannot be brought hack while the war is on. show that a size larger, Km "the IS women ,for oversea work by if, I stuck it in my, notional Tho farmers of the country havo average, is liemg demanded in August 1st. I am sure that the children wilh hut General Pershing ha arranged pocket. A few days later, having a sword blouses, shirts and breeches than grand old tate of Kentucky is going in their hands a minute's time. I pulled it out and the American workinp. mfn with the French Government for against Germany production on have ever before been used. section of the country lo he used nnd behind Mr. Tevebaugh and unscrewed tho cap lo and AND THE WAR their farms and giving financial sup. for military cemeteries. The Quarthat our quota will be comploto "" "; ""- "if j" neninu our lighting Army in bv Ihe above date. see me now. It wa tilled with ciyna-- 1 France is our ureal industrial armv termaster Corps has organized and re now operating In France cermile, that fountain pen. and was ,,,. al homo ,, worker. every tain organizations called Grave Regto ,... just another trick of tho Huns nnnn,. i,c "NO RENT: TAKE IT" .rMi nnriii wound and cripple our men. But nj(y (o pPrform a national service, istration Units. These units are Tlee words of Henry Ford's will charged with the duty of burying become historic a an expression of im migiiiy ginu, sir uiai tuey "ere, Ho can speed up his production of Ihe dead, cariner for the cemeterie iooioo m one respect, ai least, i.iey h .ntorin, ,p 0an rc0nonii?e in prompt and ungrudging patriotism expected lo bag half a siinintion. nnd lesnn llm ilrnin on "lid identification records of those The famous manufacturer, whose boys, but all they got nur rc.nurces. leavinp the more for buried. Thi is done in such a manexertion in behalf of peace, noble dozen of our ner that there will be no confusion wa1 J,,sl our Army and our Allies, and with if Quixotic, are well known, has or doubt as to the identity of any "Crippled beyond description, suf- - tM0 r.o,iitnn S!,vinL' hv nnrchnsin since our declaration of war, been soldier now buried when bis body devoting himself ardently to the task fering the agonies of tho damned, i !il0r(.. nv,nd nn.l Wnr Savins is taken up to be transported home his one consoling thought was, 'AH )?(amp"a, he help finance his of winning a rspeedy victory. Ho ' nfler the war. mo i country at war had offered to assist the Aiiminisira tney got was just, And llie wnrkingmen of America tion In any way he could; so when WORLD NEWS "If we are to preserve the (lnancial an, ,Ioin e. as Presi- a location was sought for a terminal Page One) great auto strengtli of the Nation, we must dn ,,Pt wilsnn savs, "hearing their billions(Continued from nnd a total supply station, nnd bis rt of dollars, sound and safe things, no matter SNan, of thp na(j0Iiai m,nion noblv." mobile assembling plant In Boston KKE is a fine, loomy, comfortable car that amply Irado of over six billions. The they hurt our pockets t motor car essential. provides lor was reported as most suitable, the whether linlanco of trade would havo been government telegraphed Mr. Ford, or involve sacrillces saerillces of LICENSES REQUIRED FOR ST0CK-pare- d even larger had it not boon for tho a relatively Insignificant sort, com- asking if tho building could bo oh It looks well, it rides easily, it is simple to handle, with those our soldiers and YARDS AND LIVE STOCK DEALERS fact that wo havo increased our tnined nnd what tho rental would it is powerful and it is efficient. A Federal licenso by every com- - purchases of various articles from sailors are making to save tho lifo be. Quick as lightning canto tho merclal stockyard m tho country South America. the Nation. reply: "No rent; tako it." To all these virtues add its advantage of erettomy 'The sound tiling to doo. unquos- - which is to continno in businoss af- and you understand why more than 100,000 Model 90 His answer was characteristic of tlonnbly. is to increase taxation, and let July 2T, 1918, and by all com-tl- ie Tho Mexican editors now visit cars have already been sold. the man. and largely characteristic increases MioubJ be determined mission merchants nnd dealers in ing tho United States continuo to also of tli'n, times, and of our Ameri upon promptly and made effective live stook in connection with stock- - sent back to their country accounts Auto-Litstarting and lighting, vacu. It has electric can people. Our nest Is at tno yard. Is required by a proclama- - of tho great preparations be'ng possible moment." rear, 106". urn gasoline system.Jarge tires, service of our country: "No rent, al the earliest I'he Secretary's recommendations! Hon issued by tho President. Tho mado hero to carry oh tho war in cantilever springs. inch wheelbase and take it." (estimated Hrensing proclamation is one of a Europe. They havo ovidently been briefly are that one-thipoints of Overland upvriurlty Fiv at !?8.000,000,000 of the cash expon- - series Issued by tho President, un- - much impressed by what thoy have l! lilures to he inaile during tho llscal, dor authority of tho seen and been told. This is tho WHO MADE THE FLAGt Appearance, Performance, year ending Juno 30. 1919, bo pro-- 1 Act of last August, bringing the very host kind of a propaganda Comfort, Service and Price A flag was raised over tho James by taxation, a real war- -, dealing in necessities under tho con- - ngainst tho Gorman influence cverl-prolltown worsted mills. From tho own- vidoil for tux at a high rate upon all trol of the Federal Government. ed In that countty. ers of tho mill Itself. I learn; substantial increase flag was made of wool from war profits, a Tim UodaltOI u the aiiinuiit of iioriiuil income tax .-. American sheep. a .4 Touring unearned iiii'omos. upon all Sorted by nn American, tljl hotiv taxation upon all luxCarded by nn Italian. uries. Spun by n Swede. ") Warped by n German. 111 Acres on Dixie Highway just outside of Berea, Pen Extractor. Dressed by an F.ngllslitnan. j'oining the Kinnard and Silas Moore places. A pen oxtructnr lindnlleil In nn nlllco Drawn In by n Scotchman. till! uv all monitions of the force tint Belgian, Woven by a One Third Cath, balance one, two and three years with interest. If Inly- - ntwratltm of reuiovlnjc mi old pen Supervised by n Frenolminn. from tli Ituliltir with Uie lingers. Tho interested addret owner. ' Inspected by an Atnerlenn. device iiii4tH ttf h tnftid loop which ' Mi, r lor Mail, ton ud llmknitllt I uunfira Scoured by an Albanian. can he prniil ilmvn upon the pen so L. G. CLARK, West Point, Mississippi Dyed by a Turk, firmly tlmi tho iwi removed by a Berea, Ky. Phone 68 pull uu Ui IwWer. Kxn mined by nn Irishman. Pressed bv e Pole. Stock, Ilonds and other securities 4 Report of the condition of THE IJISKIJA HANK & TRUST CO., 1, dointf business nt the town of Keren, County of Madison, Slate of nt the close of business on 35th day of June, 1916. and nctlvlty. Ticonderoga and Crown men workers. Hunhad been How' would you like lo drive u Point taken; RKSOURCKS inolor truck for the Y. M. C. A. In ker Hill had claimed its 1,000 dead. Loans nnd Discounts ''83,35.1.43 France? There li a ehance for you. W iishingloii hail taken command of Overdrafts secured and unsecured 554-if you can meet (he requirements. the patriot army. The Hritisli had , Y, M. C. A. NEEDS LEARNING TO KNOW OURSELVES Y.M.G.A. wants the following Moro than a year bad passed slnco men for service In France: truck tho epoch-makin- g day at Lexington busiand Concord. For tho colonists, it driver, recreation sec rein r ness men nnd n few oliniteer wo- had been a year of feverish anxiety SMART PEOPLE BUY DRY GOODS FROM AND NOTIONS OWEN McKEE IS ( . The Citizen intl-ma- ' Editor-in-CW- . ' aet c - nu Re-ror- ds two-edg- ed j-- ... pi Model 90 H A Real Car (heir-dutv-flr- ex-pi- non-ski- rd Food-Contro- ts' ed CHOICE FARM FOR SALE C. M. CANFIELD If You Could Not Go To School During Regular Term You Should Go The Summer Term. Pago Six. THh CITIZEN July t, 1918. MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spence, Farm Demonstrator and Speciat Investigator ENCOURAGES PRODUCTION Or TLAX m SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE Berea's HOME DEPARTMENT Conducted by Miss Margaret Dizney, Director of Home Science CHILD WELFARE CAMPAIGN being conducted iy the Hureaii of Animal Industry In cooperation Tii encourage tin prodtict iii of with the State authorities nnd lln li meet tlic demands fur oil county agents. Willi more silos. 1st Door Vocational Schools seed, the Department of Agrirullure nmre heef cattle can ho produced Training that adds to your money-earnin- g power, combined wllh locating slocks of seed ni'il ecnonvically fed during the nsslsted in general education. for growers in Minnesota, North winter. This campaign, therefore, FOR YOUNG MEN Agriculture, Carpentry, Bricklaying, PrintDakntn. Sontli Dakota anil Mon- has a direct hearing on increasing ing, Commerce- - nnd Telegraphy. tana. agencies the inent supply of the Nation. The Thru various FOR YOUNO LADIES Homo Science, Dressmaking, Cooking, cooperated have with ampaign is being given special nt- that Nursing, Stenography and Typewriting. t lit department's eoiniiuttee on seed j tentiou in the southern States, par- Mocks, necessary arrangements were: t,eiilnr! in territory which has re made to interest farmers in a large 'Hilly been freed from eait'e tick 2nd Door Foundation School an cage of llav. In the states mennrniitiue. where the production General Education for those, not far advanced, combined wllh somo tioned, commercial agencies were of heef cattle i on (he increase. vocational training. No matter what your present advancement, interested, extension workers adwo can put you with others llko yourself and givo chanco for dressed groups of growers, outlinmost rapid improvement. POULTRY APPEAL RENEWED ing th" need of increased proRenewing their appeal to Ameri of ri'iis to increase production duction and best mothods of Door English Academy Course culture and posters were pre- Poultry and eggs, the specialists of tor uioso wuo nro not expecting to teach and who aro not going pared for use in reaching indi- the U. S. Department of Agriculture,! thru Collego and desiro moro general education. It also gives vidual farmers. The early opening in-- a meeting at Kansas City in June, tho best general education for those, who wish a good start in of spring permitted early sowing ai' tpted a platform of production study and expect to carry it on by themselves. of small grains, and left fanners free with the following aims: Keep better to sow flax, so that the crop tins poultry; select healthy, vigorous Door Normal School lint a good start. breeders; hatch early; preserve This gives tho best training for those who expect to teach. eggs, except for hatching: cull the BOYS HELP NEW YORK FARMERS Hi eks; Courses aro so arranged that young peoplo can teach through the keep small docks to supply Fanners in many sections of New llie fiimily tables; grow as much summer and fall and attend saliool through tho winter and spring, York State are dependent entirely poultry feed a possible; thus earning monoy to keep right on in their courses of study. eat more on city hoys to help them tend and pf'ii'try and eggs and conserve the Read Dinsmoro's great book, "How to Teach a District School." harvest their crops, according to meat supply. field men of the United Slates He-- 1 Door Academy Course Both piirtment of Agriculture. Truly Republican. inis is mo siraignt roaa io college best training in Mathematics. farmer and hoys seem to he satisScience, Languages, History and all preparatory subjocts. Tho That country Is republican where Mos( of (he fied, it is reported. honesty and merit art recognized and Academy is now Boroaa largest department. hoys are from New York City and' own rued. have volunteered to spend the sum- Door College mer on farms to help the Nation to CINCINNATI MARKETS. produce food. They are organized mis is tho crown or tho whole Institution, and provides standard Flour, Hay and Grain. courses in all advanced subjects. in groups of from Id to 00, each Flour Winter patent $10.90011.35: proun being sent to a different com- rye flour, Northwestern blended $10 A Temporary Raise in Board is forced by war conditions. 11. For munity, where the boys are in Hay No. 1 timothy $21.50, No. 2 twenty-flv- o years tho board has remained tho same in Berea. but the ehartre of a supervisor who assign $19.5020.50, No. 1 clover mixed $1S unusual situation in which tho wholo country finds Itself now makes them to the various farm. The 19, No. 2 clover mixed $1617, No. it Impossiblo for U3 to live on the same money as wo have in the past supervisor visits each farm at least l clover $1C)5. mis adds fo.C0 to tho former expenses of tho girls and 115CO lo Oas No. 2 white 82c, standard a week to see that the youthonce whlto 81ViC No. 3 whlto 81c. No. tho expenses or the boys, but still leaves tho cost half tfiat at other ful fond producers are giving their mixed 75H"Cc. No. 3 mlxod 74V4 schools and "cheaper than staying at home." employers satisfaction. 75V4c. According lo tho Children's Bureau, New Orleans Is the llrsl large city I') report the completion of its child Berea's i 3rd Berea's 4th Berea's i 5th Berea's Preparatory 6th Berea "WIN THE WAh KITCHEN" The new "Win the War Kllrhen, Here (he rinse loenl organisation of the Woman's Committee of the ius( opened up in llielunond. Va Council of Nnlinniil Defense wa litis been established In sne s'ir iimM to good advantage, with illi pluses of fruits mid vegetables coming lo llie Itlelimoud markets. The N jxiim u l lie city into ward, nml blocks, ward captains, kitchen s in charge of the urban lieiileiiimts and scrgennls in charge home demonstration agent of the The rluM welfare workers had IIHI Department of Agriculture, nnd tho 'automobiles at their disposal, and Slate agricultural college, and three (s situated next (. ; were tempo assistant. calls from stations 'rnrily swamped by Ihe number of one of the large market, and has babies, were promptly answered. eipiipmeut for handling a ton of In addition to a Keen rivalry was reported among products dnily. demonstration the different wards, each ward spneieus, glassed-i- n eager In complete its baby tests room, there Is one room containing llrsl. There were many stations a drying plant nnd a steam pressure fur colored children, and the colored miner, another for canned surplus. parents wiVe intensely interested one nr (lie storage or vegetables a rest room and the olllees of the in the siteress of llie work'. agent "Hut If weighing and measuring urban home demonstration saving children's lives. and (lie Slate leader of city work t to count in it must be closely followed up by The work of Ihe kitchen is hems intensive work with those children put on a thoro business basis. A of the community whom the tests committee representing tho tlireo have shown to be under nourished, markets will buy up the surplus at and by the employment of puhli" a reasonable wholesale rate before health nurses to keep nil the ehil it goes into the markets, thereby dren well,' said Miss Julia l.athrop. preventing gluts nnd assuring fresh director of the Children's Bureau oni.lof.la fur f!ltlltitlir nml " The w eighing and measuring is only The home demonstration agents are j working in close cooperation with the beginning. " dmmttration From the card records that are the Food wirk. measurement nnd weighing tests, tho initial movement of the Children's Year Campaign. Of the hnhics in New Orleans, .'W.7,10 ItiiM' been weighed and measured. 117 slnllons Imvlng been ued In the 10.-0- Iniiig received, a new standard series of weights and heights f" children of different ages will lie compiled, and for this purpose, the curds are being relumed to th Chicago olllce of the Children's I'p lo date. n.iNMI.lKX) cards luie been distributed Ihruout Hi" country. Hu-ren- , pre-rinr- 1 flrv-lflt- ? erkmi Navy FlmimtesWste I State agricultural colleges and tho Stale dairvmen's associations. One of these has been placed in Iowa and the other four are in Wisconsin, where the first woman cow IcsUr in tho country is now starting her second year of work. These women have received training in agricultural high schools or have taken work in dairying of short courses, and all' of them have been in close touch with dairy work. MORE SILOS FOR BREEDERS BEEF-CATTL- whlto $202.05. No. 3 PAYMENTT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental fee and room rent No. 2 yellow $1,650 by tho term, board by the half, term. Installments are os follows: 1.70. No. 3 yellow $1.6001.65, Five women cow festers have re- mixed $1.55 01.60, No. 3 mixed No. $1.50 cently been appointed by dairy agents 01.55. FALL TERM Butter, Eggs and Poultry. of the United States Department of Expenses for Boys uutter whole milk ere-mextras Acricnlture, cooperating with the VOCATIONAL AND Corn No. 2 WOMEN ACT AS COW TESTERS white $1.9001.95. SMI 1 -- - IKHiJHl fOVNOATlOK SCHOOLS Incidental Fee $ 5.00 Ebbs Prime firsts 37c. firsts Room ordinary firsts 33c. 7.00 Live Poultry Broilers. 1V4 lb and Board, 7 weeks 12.25 over, 45c; under lb, 35040c: fowls. Amount duo Sept. II. l'.M8.. 24.25 4 lbs and over. under 4 lbs. Board, 7 weeks, dui Oct. 30.. 12.25 roosters, 18c. firsts 46'c. centralized creamery extras 42c. 45c. ACADEMY AND NORMAL CoI.LKOPC 35c. t 0.00 I 7.01 7.00 12.25 25.25 12.25 7.00 12.25 m 26c; 26c; 20.25 12.23 E A silo campaign to increase the number of silos on beef-catt- le farms good to cholco $12.50014.50, common Incidental Fco 3 5.00 to fair $S12; heifers, extra $12,500 7.00 13.50. good to choice $11012.25, com Room mon to fair $7.50010.50; cows, extra Board, 7 weeks 1050 $10.50011.50, good to cholco $90 10.25, Amount due Sept. It. 1018.. 22.50 common to (air $6.5008.50; canners Board, 7 weeks, due Oi. 30.. 1050 $6.2507, dockers and feeders $7.50 Total for Term 33.00 11 Calves Kxtra $16.50016.75. fair to This does not include the dollar deposit nor good $13.50016.50. common snd large laundry. $7012.50 Cattle Ship per s $13.50016.50; butcher steers, extra $14.50015.50, Live Stock. Total for Term '3050 Expenses for Girls 3750 0.00 3350 7.00 7XXJ 7.00 1050 2350 1050 34.00 1050 2450 1050 '35.00 H'KIKS ii the A inert-VKrun nuvy are rlusxed as the best fed body j of men In the world. In the ship's galleys C every Is mud to MlmlnHle waste III the UpMr photo k. fc A I one of the rooks on the North Dakota Is oper- atlng n mint Mirer Hint ruts bacon wllh Ihe least poHslhle wantage. - liiel for tighten. I'M. Itacon Is badly needed In the allied nrinles nnd navies. The allied needn In Mrk products nre I.V).(NH).000 itounds monthly, three times as much as before the war. Another asteellmlnalor on the North Dakota Is the xilalo peeler, shown In tntoes in Amertcu for greater dm In the lower photo Nothing Is lost ex eery home and for all needs of armj cept the actual xitato skin and navy. Urn mure Dotatoua. eal There Is a sutllclent qunntlty of po-- l less wheat. monoy for books or Special Expenses In Addition to Incidental Fee Business Win!,, Fall Striae Stenography and Typewriting 81 S.00 $10.00 512.00 Bookkeeping (brief course) 12.00 10.00 ii.00 Bookkeeping (regular course) 7.00 0.00 6.00 Business course for students in other departments: By Herbert Quick 10.50 9.00 Stenography 750 Typewriting, with one hour's 3. uso of instrument 7.00 While Gerard was our am tassadnr 0.00 The tnnns of this country could 5.00 carry the war to a victorious con- In ilerlin, the kaiser said V him one Com. Law., Com. Geog., Com. clusion even If all the rest of the na- day that ho would stand n'- - nonsenso Arith., or Penmanship, each.. 2.10 1.80 150 tions should quit The rest will not from America after the war. In no ease will special Business Fees exceed 15.00 per term. quit; but we could win It without Do you know what that meansT It them if we had to do It The farmers means that the Gentians Intend to subAny young man or young woman can set an education of the United States can whip Oer jugate this country If they come cut at Berea if there is tho will to do so. many. We can whip them with guns. of this war victorious. we can whip them with our products. The German Imperial governrnnt If it is impossiblo for any young man or young woman to be We can whip them with our money. has preached the superiority of Ger- in school tho full year, by all means lliey should enter for a course durEvery farmer in the United States many to all the rest of tho world unmust remember that the war baa a til the German nation is drunk with ing the winter and spring terms. first mortgage on every cent he haa. megalomania. One of their great The public schools will close about Christmas and the teachers The last spare cent In the pockets of writers expressed the prevailing, ofand advanced pupils should not he idle through tho long winter every farmer In America should be de ficial view In 1903, when he wrote: months but should bo studying in Berea where the best education can voted to the war. "The Teutonic race Is called upon The kaleer began foreclosing his to circle the earth with its rule, to ex- he gotten for least money. mortgage on our farms when be de ploit the treasures of nature and of Applicants must bring or send a testimonial showing that they an clared ruthless submarine warfare. human power, and to make the pasThe war Is our answer to his bill of sive races servient elements in Its above 15 years old, in good health and of good character. This may bi foreclosure. cultural development . . . Who- signed by some former Berea student in good standing or some reliabli Our contribution Is, first our tons ever has the characteristics of the teacher or neighbor. The use of tobacco is strictly forbidden. sec-qnand brothers for the trenches; Teutonic race Is ruporlor. All the the last pound of food products dark peoples are mentally Inferior, beFor information or friendly advice writo to the Secretary, which we can grow by mobilizing our cause they belong to the passive canty labor supply, utilizing the men, races. Tho cultural value of a nation MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Ky. women and children and the towns- Is measured by the quantity of people about us; and third, money It contains." for Liberty Bonds. Shackling the Temper. New Use for the Are you one of the darker races? is the crucial year of the war. This Inlcri-Hlliiexicrimcnt imvu been There In an adage somewhere to tho you willing to to be rated as one hun- Are Our soldiers are at the front, at Munich nml Vienna In the effect Hint the tighter who loses hltt "servient elements" In Gerdreds of thousands of them In the of the cultural development? examination of nli! portraits with temper gladdens his enemy. The exmany's trenches, and a million more ready to Uociitgcn ruys. One of the curators perts of the prize ring will tell you You began to be one of the "servigo. The whole burden of carrying on on this Is a saying. used our own part in the war, and of aid- ent elements" when peaceful people jf tin' urt museum portraitthe ml discov- we have true Solomonic In further proof ii assurance that the ing our sister nations in arms, rests were slaughtered as they carried your .in old Mmlomiu produce to market Was It because ered evidence of u Inter nvcrpaliitlng. he who Ik slow to linger Is better than on the United States Treasury. n Vienna prof. Mux Dvorak applied the the mighty. All of which means that If the treasury falls or falters or you belongod to a "passive race?" anger Is weakening, and that the man This war Is for the purpose of say otittu test to a picture of the finds itself unable to respond to every school, which had been badly who permits his temper to rule him upon It, tho war Is lost Do you Ing to that Insane claim, with th call disfigured by luter uttemptx ut ream bus u Uehtnictlve master. roar of a hundred thousand cannon realize that! photograph disruction. The Your son, and all the nation's sons' "NO I" Never since the Turks threatened closed perfectly the original contour are relying on the United States Truly Remarkable Record. Treasury to furnish things with which to overwhelm Europe was the world if the painting. A wonderful matrimonial record was In such danger as now. Oermany they may fight that of a certain John Watson ot San Their lives are lost If the treasury must be defeated this year. Unless Intelligence. Francisco. This "Juggler of beurts" falls. Our country Is lost if tho treas- we win, our place In the world la lost, An Intelligent peraou la supposed to became acquainted with the eight and our history as one of the "servi- be one of cultivated understanding; u daughters of u brewer resident In 'Frisury falls. Oermany wins If the treasur falls. ent elements" begins. We must with- person who has acquired u lurgu Btore co. Within a year he had gone through Therefore every cent you can rake hold nothing from the support of the of knowledge, but not necessarily In ii form ot marriage with each of tho and scrape together belongs to the war. We must give our sons. We the schools or colleges, for many high- eight sisters, and hud succeeded in treasury, that our soldier may come must bring forth food in abundance. ly Intelligent persons have been with their dowries. back to us alive and victorious. This We must give into the treasury of th Intellievery cent we can gence Is men unil women. la literally true. We can whip the United State it characteristic of the mind Two Important Chain. Oenaaaa with our money; but not pare. rather than of action or manners. Lovo is the golden chain which This summer the support of the war There are highly Intelligent people with the money In our pockets or bank aooeuaU. It must go Into the United Is up to the farmers; and Uaet lata who lire socially Impossible because of binds a household together. Kindness m the chain which la binds household aXU Treaevry la subscriptions to has never called upon eh or boorish manners. together. vain! liberty ecU. THE WAR, THE FARM AND THE FARMER Rl ftI fkA HAfl I I ,g able-bodi- ed C. LIED Great Wheat Stocks FOOD SHIPMENTS REACH LARGE TOTAL. Isolated It's the shortage In ship that putting the Allies and the United Stairs oc wheat ration. Ureal stocks of wheat or isolated In India, and Australia, At great sacrttlce In ship space and use tho Allies are forced to secure some wheat from Argentina. On January 1, Australia bad stored 100,000,000 bushels of wheat that was ready for export but then were no ship. Then came th new crop with an exportable surplus of 80,000,-00- 0 bushels. Now Australia haa approximately 180,000,000 bushels waiting for ship. India, at the same time, bat) 10,000,000 bushel of wheat stored for export During April 60,000.000 bushel mor out ot the new crop will b added to the pile. Argentina closed th last ship-pli- g la 11,000,000 with Mason bushel of wheat left in Ut stock available for export. Th hw crop wIU dd 130.000.000 to th left over. It la not problem that Ut wheat doe set exist U th world It otlrtly a probleos of shipping, which thrown oa America tn obllf atlon of dividing oar stock with th AJlla. 1 Teu-tonli- y A general Idea of the quantity ot food sent to European allies by the United States from July 1, 1014, to January 1, 1018. Is given by figures Just announced by the U. S. Food Administration. In that period the United States bus rurntshed complete yearly rations for 67,100,033 people. In addition there was enough extra protein to supply this portion of the diet for additional men. The total export of wheat and wheat flour to the tlireo principal allies equivalent to about 881.000.000 bushel. Pork exports for tho 8tt years amounted to almost 2,000,000,000 pounds. Export of fresh beef totaled 443,481,400 pounds. The amount of food exported to Itussta Is negligible compared with that sent to the western allies. 22,10-1.671 Alni'-legt- m ONLY AMERICA CAN HELP. w w y "On your side are boundless supplies of mn, food, snd material: on this side a boundless demand for thtlr help. y "Out men r and their nerves have been strained w by mer thin three years of hard, relentless toll. "Our position Is critical, par war-wear- us. tlcularly until ths nsxt harvest, but tii United States csn save th w fmn ba have ths msn, skill, and th matsrlal U save the allied causa." SIR JOSEPH MACLAY British 8hlpplng Controller "Yu Americans w w July I, 1018. T1IB CITIZEN I'ngo Sevcn IHFSOVED UNirOBM INTE1NATI0NAI SUNMYSOI00L v 11. i itzwatkiv d. i., of I .nullah HIMe In tlio Moody IM.lc Institute of Li. nKo) (Copyright, His, Weitern Newipnrer fnlon ) C Our rr Tencher Lesson nnv OULAI By REV. L. W. GOSNELL AuiaUnt Dfn, Moody Dibit InitHutt, Chkigo I (Conducted liy National Council of the Hoy HcmilP nr Amern a 1 TKXT-Ol- ve m i IS It e A Bird in the Hand 9 i . BACK-YAR- D (Fpeclal Information Service, United States Department of Agriculture.) NATION NEEDS MORE FLOCKS LESSON FOR JULY 21 PRAYINO TO GOD. II -- Matthew 6:11. ua tlila day our dally trend. WHAT SCOUTING REALLY n new meaning today when the world's food supply Is r- IXBSON I TLXT-I'aal- ma U. lit U, 1J; Luke ua therefore come txMly unlo lli throne of crnco, tliut we may ot.ialn m rcy, nnd MnJ grace tu 1m Ip In time of nwl. Hebrews 4.16. lLS-HKVOTIONAL IlKAlUNU-f.u- ke A 1)1 'ITION AI. MATKIUAL Foil Matthew 7.7-1- 1 Tl A( IIKIttV I'mlrnn 17 Ti:XT-Let CKiLUKN 11 C'urlnlhlaiii It Jmnni 4 M. I'llIMAItY MKMOItY VKHHK-Jehov- nli la nlRh unto nil them Hint call uion Mm. I'anltns Hi Ik HTOIIV MATi:it!AI-Mnttlir- w 1:S-X- , Art 12 112. INTl'HMKDIATU. AI I I T TOPIC-W- hy ami tile rraultl. HKNIOIt AND nn.l how to pray Prnycr ought to bo n mutter of grent concorn to every believer (Psnlms 115: IS). Prnycr Is n mnttcr but little understood by Christians: In fact, only ns dhliio nld In given can we renlly prny. Tlio range of prujer In from tho depths of tlu wild to tlio very HlOUgtltK llf 5od. There WHS something nbout tliu prnjlng of Jesus Hint no Impressed tliu disciples tlint they requested lilm to tench thorn to pray Wo nowhere rend of (I.tikc 11 them asking lilm to tench them how to rn'fich. Fraying Is imirc liiiiortnnt tlmr preaching. No one Is flt tu tench or i.ronch who dot's not know how to pray. Mny each one enroll nt once In the school of prnyer with Christ ns our teacher. lie Is a most willing and capable tencher. In response to tlio disciples' request lie outllni'H the follow Inc principles' of pniyer: I. The Right Relationship of the One Praying (Luke 11:1'). 1. Filial "Knther." In order to prny to Ood, the must lie n child of Ood. God Is n father; his (lifts and blessings are This relationship for hi children. can only ho entered Into through regeneration. Not nil men have n right to tmy. "Our Father" when nddress-in- g God, Only those who are children of Ood by fnlth In Jesus Christ can so nddresa lilm. It Is not only professing to ho children hut living like Ood's children. Children hnve rights und privileges which nre denied to others. nt Scouting Is the process of making How real men out of real hoys, by a real ,.... program which works. Scouting Is a happy, wholesome, Father" Is Inter- l jiitatl Iti en Mi tu tit. worthwhile, outdoor school. Scouting Is a huge, splendidly or-lers word ganlzed game, n progressive game, The "h r e n d" covers gels somewhere. ' Scouting Is more thnn a game, It food In general. "ftS 'Mm I Somo have tenches signaling nnd first aid und tnouglit It must lire lighting and outdoor cookery and contain a refer- n host of other useful nnd Important It tenches also ence to Christ, the things. spiritual bread. and helpfulness, courage and courtesy, True, It nnturally loyalty and reverence, patriotism und leads our minds honor. Scouting Is nonsectnrlnn", though its lo him, but we believe Its prlmury Ideals nre In uccord with tfvse of tho referenco Is to modern church and it Is bused upon u bread. pledged nlleglance to the servlco of material Ood, the brotherhood of man. ucru is u iiiiiiu in Scouting Is not organized for wnr sent our physical needs before God, It Is to be kept In mind that service, not yet exclusively for peaco six petitions out of the seven In tho service. It Is organized for service, ull Lord's Pniyer nre tnken up with spir- service, any service, high or humble, big or little Just service. itual things. Scouting Inculcates n patriotism We iik Ood to "give" us our bread. Let us keep In mind Hint It comes from which holds Itself ready to servo counhim. There Is nn old story of n man try In whatever form the need and tho who met u hoy In the vitiligo street, call may come. Preparedness Is the carrying a loaf of bread. lie naked tlx? scout platform. Scouting Is democratic. It alms not boy where be got the loaf, and the boy replied: "From the baker." "Hut to run every boy into one groove, hut where did be get It?" "He made It." to help each to develop Into tho fullest "How did he mnke It?" "With flour." manhood of which be Is capable. Scouting nlso knows no bounds of "Where (lid ho get his flour?" "Ho ground the whent." "Where did he get class, or creed or rnce. It speaks the his whent?" "Ho got It from tho form- universal language of world boyhood. er." "Yes, but where did tho farmer The end and aim of scouting Is good get his whent?" "Oh, from Ood," snld citizenship, to make men "physlcnlly morally nwake, the boy. "Then," snld tho man, strong, mentally "you got your loaf from flodl" straight." This petition fakes limited.!... t.1..n...l il Explained at Last. In the world Mr. Flatbush-W- hy does n woman nlwnys get off n street cur tho wrong way. Mrs. Flatbush She doesn't. g "Of course she does. Instead of the wny the enr Is going, she faces the other wny." fnc-In- Iei "That's because the conductor takes her beyond the street she wants to get off nt, nnd of course she wnnts to face the wny she's going." More Imposition. "Mrs. Dlggs Is going to rend nn lm- -' portnnt paper before her literary club." "Ah I In that case, Professor Dlggs will hnve to drop his scientific Invest!- gntlons for n while." "He won't be compelled to henr her read It. will he?" "No, but he'll probnbly have to write Cheap Eggs for the City Family Lies In Keeping Hens, Fed Largely on Kitchen Waste, in the Back Yard. t TOWN HENS MAKE It." Frobably. The old colored man hnd climbed Into flic dentist's chair. j "Shnll I give you laughing-gas- , uncle?" queried the tooth doctor. "Not till the toof am out, boss," replied "Reckon the pld man. mebby Ah'U feel mo' Ink lnllln' to prolong the period of profitable laying. The eggs or hens kept In small back yards nre perfectly good for eat ing, but of little value for hatching when fertile, flood chickens canWASTE even be grown under such conditions. FOOD FROM not The hens will usually lay well for about a year. Then they should be repullets. placed with Need for Increasing City Flocks It Is known us u matter of experience nnd observation that town and Explained by Department city people who have to figure costs of Agriculture. of food closely have not been accustomed to use eggs freely except In the farm-grow- den." "Why did you discharge- - your cook?" "She said sho wouldn't bo reprimanded." "Did sho express herself to thnt ef- SMALL Ood has more thun one child. Ills children nre hound up together In u und Interests. Kven In our nnddress him ns ewt prnyer Our Father, which Is n recognition of the Interests of others, nlougsldo of ld 2. Frateninl "Our Father." ours. 1. Dependent Fnlth "(live us our dally brend" (v. 3). We should renllzo Hint not only whnt we hnve, but life Itself Is ours to enjoy because of hint, and that ho y Is nblo to do for us exceedingly above nil that wo ask or think. 2. Penitence nn l Uive "Forgive us our debts" (v. 0). We should come to him realizing that we have sinned, and cry unto him Our hearts should for forgiveness. bo no tilled with love for others that wo will forgive those who sinned o ngulnst us as Ood Is willing to nbun-dnntlfor-glv- II. The Right Attitude In Prayer (lAike 11 :2). 1. Iteverent ndorntlon. As children we hnve ccrtnln privileges, and yet holy reverence becomes us. We should hallow his name; we should ndore him ns the eternnl Ood. 2. Loyalty. When praying to Ood we should come with the spirit of loyalty which cries out Thy kingdom come." "Thy will be done." 3. Submission We should have no will of our own rcgurdlng the rulu of Ood. We should let lilm direct us In all thing. III. The Right Spirit (I.uku 11:3-8- ) us. "Lend us 3. Holiness nnd Caution not Into temptation" (v. I). llecauso wo nro Ood's children and realizing tho depravity of our nutures, nnd tho consequent tendency to practice that which displeases him wo should fchrlnk from that which, If Indulged In, would dishonor him. I. Intercessory (vv. r, (1). Tho man who asked for brend did not nsk for himself, but for n friend. 1'ruyer which pleases Ood Is uuselllsh In Its requests. C. Perseverance (vv. 7, 8). Prayer which pleases Ood and gets results Is Importunate, perseveres until! tho object Is achieved. to Pray (Luko IV. Encouragement 11:012). True pruyor cannot full of on answer, because Ood definitely promises that every ono that asketh recelvetb, ho that scfketh llndeth, and to him that kuocketh It shall bo opened. 2. Tho example of on earthly father (vv. No father will glvo a stono to his son who uskoth for bread, or a serpent Instead of a llsli, nor a scorpion Instead of nn egg. Ood Is Infinitely more willing to answer tho prayers ). 1. God's promlso (vv. 0, 10). of his children than earthly parents nro to give good gifts to their children. V. The True- Goal of All Prayer (Luke 11:13). Ood's gift Is himself In tho person of his Holy Spirit. All those who practice tho principles which Jesus taught In this model prayer shall bo blessed with the gift of tho Holy Spirit, Ood's U'bt gift to muu. Itnrk of the loaf la the snowy flour, SCOUTS LARGEST WORLD BODY. And back of the flour the mill. And back of the mill la the wheat and the shower Do people genernlly know thnt tho And the sun and the Father's will. Hoy Scouts of America Is the greatest Although Ood gves us our brend, single volunteer organization In tho yet we must Inbor for It and the scrlp-turn- l world? It was the largest organization provision Is, "If any will not taking part In the two campaigns for work, neither let him ent." The fact the Liberty loan. There are millions that we toll nssures us Hint Ood will of scouts ull over the world, In every feed us, for does he not feed tho fowls country. Since America went to war the of the nlr, which neither sow nor renp nor gather Into bnrns? And ns Lu- things thnt hnve hnppened to tho Hoy ther says, "Kven to feed the sparrows Scouts of America nnd tho part that Ood spends more than the revenues of boy scouts nil over the globo hnve the French king would buy." How this been cnlled upon to piny In pressing petition sanctifies our toll I What man forward the activities thnt will win could cheat or steal or be Idlo after bo this war have made an epoch In tho has asked Ood to give him his brend I boy life of this laud and of the world. Wnr conditions demnnd nn Increnso Agntn, since God gives us our bread, Thero How In numbers und elllclency. we should thank him for It. beautiful Is tho picture given us of should be 2.000,000 Hoy Scouts of the apostolic church. Hint "they nto America In the country. Thero would Hut how bo that number If men who may not go their meat with glndness." neglectful we nre of the duty nnd to the front would undertake nt homo this work of practical patriotism. The grnce of thnnksglvlng." We prny that Ood would glvo "us" boys who nro not yet scouts are Just our brend. considering our brother's ns nnxlous to serve the nation as the need ns well ns our own. If we prny boy scouts who nre. nright wo shall not shut up our henrt The president of tho United States of compassion ngalnst the poor. Nei- has given scouting a deflnlto pluco la ther shnll we mnke the poor man cry Hio national affairs. for bread In order to enrich ourselves. MAKING FIELD MAPS. How God Fed a Widow and Her Children. 1 It Is to be noted Hint Jesus direct ns to prny for bread for "this day" only. This Implies that wo nro to trust our Father for the morrow and to Dr. H. O. Trumbull be unnnxlous. tells of a poor widow nnd her children who lived near bis boyhood home. One night, when she put her little ones fo bed. she knew she bnd nothing to '7 ent for the morrow, yet kneeled In fnlth nnd presented her needs to Ood. Tho next morning, she set tho tnblo ns tistml nnd then sent the children to tho senshore to get sand for tho floor; It wns used In those dnys Instend of enr-pe- t. While they were gone sho prayed enrnestly to Ood for food for breakfast. The children soon came back In v 'wwiSamr glee, bringing n nsh which hnd been left In a hollow of tho beach by tho Whllo tho mother retreating tide. wns cooking It a neighbor cnlled nnd All First-ClasScouts Must Be Able to explnlned that years before tho widMake and Read a Chart ow's husband hnd dono him n kindness which ho now wished to repay ; lie left SERBIA REGENT FORMS SCOUTS. n bushel nnd a half of cornmeal. Tho mother proceeded to make Johnny-cnkWhnt to do with tho orphnns of tho nnd then told her children how tho slain soldiers was ono of tho biggest fish nnd meal hnd como Just In time problems Serbia faced nfter being In nnswer to prayer. With whnt grati- practically vanquished. After tho bom- tude to Ood they snt down to Hint bardmeiit of Monnstlr thero were thou-- , breakfast I Tho neighbors heard tho Bunds of tho lads practically waifs. story, nnd saw to It that this good Prlnco Alexauder, regent of Serbia, woman nnd her children were never took tho llttlo fellows In chargo and n gnl n In want. formed them Into companies of boy Tho word "dally" Is found nowhero scouts. Greek Testament save In tho In tho ITo won tho love of tho llttlo fellows, Lord's Prayer. Thero lias been much and nothing pleases them moro than meaning. Tho best to form discussion as to Its for review beforo the prince, scholars Incllno to tho view that "dally And ho Is as keenly Interested as they, bread" means bread sufllclent for our always commending tho youngsters on existence, which wo actually need to their progress, nnd ut each review givsustain us. Whnt a rebuko to luxury I ing them some new pointer to advouco Tho most spiritual men of tho day tell them In scout lore. us that they fear luxury ns they fenr but few things; It hns n suhtlo power BOY SCOUT GOOD TURNS. to sap spiritual strength. Our Heavenly Father only engnges to meet tho Tho Itlchmond commission on trainmodest needs of his children. Theso ing camp activities has made public needs vary considerably In tho case of a king, for example, as compared wlU tlio result of tho count taken to ascera peasant. Hut In every case, Ood will tain how many Boldlers from Camp henr tho prayer of his children for Leo coma to Itlchmond to spend Saturday night and Sunday. Through an their "dally bread." How unhappy tho stato of thoso who arrangement with tho boy Ecouts all do not know God ns their Father In tntruuecs to tho city were posted and heaven I a close check was kept on ull visitors. It showed that 2,223 soldiers como in, First know your Bible, and then and thero will bo un Increase tu tho bow to uso It. town's transportation fuclllttcs. Vernacular. YARDS AFFORD ROOM prices. A great many such families can keep a few hens In the bnck yard,, and even with low production get Cheap Eggs for City Family May Be many more eggs than they hnve been accustomed to use. Obtained by Feeding Hens Waste From Kitchen Male Bird Is Not Necessary. jt.jt.iliili.fl.1i.l..l..t..t.rt..li.t..t..tl.t..lirt..t.l..ti.tirli.l..t..t. V season tf flush production and low fect?" "Yes, but what she 'I won't tnko no snss offen nobody.'" reidly sold wns, I I TTTTTTT I TTT TTTTTTTTTTTT BOYS AND GIRLS CAN HELP. Point Blank. Jack And when I proposed nt the dance Fhc nsked for time to think It over. What do you suppose sho did that? Hess Well, a girl naturally hates to think of disagreeable things whllo herself. A HINT. 4l Father Agnes, Is that young man still there? Daughter Yes, pnpn. Father Then ask him to bring In tho morning paper before ho goes, will you, dear? By subterfuge he got away From cops on the qui vlve. And so became, as one might say, A aubterfugltlve. A Proud Declaration. periods yon "I miss tho used to employ In your orations." pe"I may bo shy on riods," replied Senator Sorghum, "but you will notice thnt I como to a full stock quicker." d Exactly. s A Final Opinion. "Whnt did you think of tho technique of the prima donna last nlgliL Mrs. Comcup?" "Why, It was all old style. was buttoned down tho back." Mutual. It oven Grace Percy snys his dog Is oa Intelligent as ho Is. Dolly Oh, there's no doubt about It. Percy Is proud of tho dog and tbo dog Is proud of I'crcy. Nowadays. Heggnr Could you sparo n hungry man u nickel? Cholly Yes, If you'll tell mo whero a man can buy anything to eat with a nickel. Rustic Plutocracy. "Thousands of dollars pass through a bank teller's hands dally." Think of whnt "That's nothing. passes through a farmer's hands who milks twenty cows." In The'se Days. "It's as? useless as tho fifth wheel to au- a wagon." "That adugo Is out of dute. All tomobiles tarry extra tires." Poultry nnd eggs hnve never been Those boys or girls want to T cheap food for the city dweller. There T help win the war Is no hope Hint they can be, during (Jive them a Mock of hens In T the continuance of the wnr nnd Its T necessarily nttendnnt high prices, even X your back yard. To enjoy, to feed hnd care T ns relatively cheap as they ordinarily ? for; have been. Tho only possibility of A source of eggs, and meat cheap eggs for tho city family lies in A good way to earn thoso keeping enough hens In the bnck yard. Thrift Stamps where they can bo supported prlncl And at the same tlmo to help T pally on kitchen waste, to supply tho to produce food to win tho wnr. family toble. Keeping Ikens In the Farmers' Hulletln 8S9, "Back-Yar- d back yard Is at once nn economic opPoultry Keeping." tells Just portunity for city families nnd nn es- how. Free on request. United scntlal part of the campaign for Increasing poultry production. States Department of Agriculture, Washington, D. C. What may bo done with fowls In n back yard depends upon the 6lze of M"1"M"H"H-H- "I the yard, the character of the soli, the conditions of sunlight, shade nnd ven NEED FOR MORE POULTRY. tilation, nnd the Interest and skill of Ment can be produced from poultry the poultry keeper. Tho smallest and least favorably situated back yard af more quickly than from any other fords an opportunity to keep at least source. One of the necessities Imenough hens to supply eggs for the posed upon the United States by its household. The number of hens need' entrauce Into the world wnr Is to procd for that purpose Is twice the nuuv duce more meat than It has ever prober of persons to bo supplied. Hence duced before. This Is essential not the smallest flock to be considered con- only to meet Its own grenter needs betests of four hens. Where hens nre cause of being on n war basis but also kept only to furnish eggs for tho table to save the countries with which It cono male bird Is needed. operates In the war from defeat through hick of food. In order to leave Suitable Coop for Small Flock. A coop for a flock of four hens available for the forces overseas as should have a floor area of about 20 large a proportion as possible of tho square feet, or about 5 feet per hen. output of cured and compact meats It For larger flocks the spaco allowance Is desirable that there be n decrtled per bird may bo n llttlo less, becauso Increase In both the home production the space Is used in common nnd encn and tbo home consumption of white bird has the uso of nil tho coop ex- merits such us poultry'- - To thnt end it cept what her companions nctuully oc- Is Imperative that the productive stock cupy. For tho ordinary flock of 10 to on general farms ami In tho bnck 15 hens tho spaco tillowanco should bo yards of tho nation be rather largely about four squaro feet per hen. Increased during the current year. With proper care tho back-yar- d That Is tho national situation with repoultry keeper can keep hens, for lay gard to poultry needs as described In ing only, confining them continuously u recent publication from tho ofllco of to their coops, nnd have them lay well tho secretary of ngriculture, "Tho Agnearly ns long ns they would bo profit- - ricultural Sltuntlon for 1018. Part XI, ablo layers under natural conditions, Poultry." Whllo hens llko freedom, good feed nnd care reconcllo them to confine Ducks for Meat and Eggs. ment, nnd mnture, rugged birds often On general farms ducks can be lay more eggs in close confinement raised with success and at a profit. thnn when ut liberty. As a sourco of Income, however, tbey If tho spneo ndmlts of giving tho do not appear to bo as well adapted flock moro room thnn for tho average fnrm as chickens, but llttlo bnck-yarn coop of the minimum slzo' required, under certain conditions they aro good the condition of tho land will deterTho demand for ducks' mine the form In which tho additional eggs Is moro limited thnn for hens' sluice should bo given. If the soli Is j eggs, and though ducks for tablo uso well drained and free from such tilth usually bring u good price, their marns often contaminates the soil of small ket Is nlso moro limited and Is mostly bnck yards, u yard for tho fowls tnuy confined to largo cities. For this rea-eo- n bo fenced In, allowing 20 to 30 equaro It is ndvlsablo to study tho market feet of yard room per bird. Tho op- conditions beforo making any largo Inportunity for cxerclso on tho land and vestment In ducks. In tho open ulr which this gives tho Intensive duck farming on a largo hens will benefit them, and mako llfo scnlo has been moro successful than Intensive, for them moro Interesting. raising. chicken Pekln If tho soil Is poorly drained nnd foul, ducks, which aro kept extensively by the bens will thrive and lay better If commercial growers, aro less subject; not allowed on It at all. In that case, to dlseuse than chickens, and artificial tho best way to glvo them somo bene- methods of hatching and rearing huvo fit of tho extra space avallnblo is to been used very successfully with them. build adjoining tho coop a shed coverFnrraers ns a rule huvo rarely given ing about the eauio amount of ground, tho necessary cure to tho feeding and and having tho front Inclosed only marketing of their ducklings to sewith wire netting. Tho foul earth un- cure any largo share of tho trudo In der this bhetl should bo removed and fancy green ducks. It Is this trade tho floor filled In n few Inches higher which attracts the commercial duck than tho old eurfuco with fresh earth rnlser. A green duck is a duckling or sand. which Is grown rapidly aud marketed Attention to Cleanliness. when from eight to twelve weeks old, Ily proper attention to cleanliness weighing ut Unit time from 4 ',4 to 0 (his may be kept In suultury condition pounds. They aro usually sold in tho i for a year or more. Whntovcr advan- spring ami summer and bring high tage can bo given tho hens In this way prices. Fanners who grow ducks gon-- 1 will tend to Increase production, and erully market them In tho fall J J 1 j I f d J money-mpker- The Surest Preparation is Training School Pago Eight. JACKSON COUNTY McKee TUB CITIZEN MONEY July , 1018. MrKee. July t. We aro hnvlng The original order that the applenty uf rain nnd crops aro looking line. -- Mr. and' Mrs. Felix Dow-nia- n. proval of a regimental or higher of Ml. Vernon, nre visiting conunaiuler was necessary before Mrs. Bowman's parent-- . Mr. and Mrs. packages might be sent to members No fortM pomlrnce pulHhrd unit tlRnnl In full by th wrltrr. The nm John Farmer. Fairy Reynolds and of the expeditionary forces lias been it not for pullimllon, liut an evldrnc of iruod filth, Write plainly. Her I McDowell were married hero iiHxiilled to ofllrers with the rank last Sunday night, Mrs. Mary Nunn, of major and higher may approve wn W'rntr-t- on at the College shipment. The approval of a com MADISON COUNTY fever. Mrs. Sallio Martin, of Jack-,VV"',!,i,n'' ,llp'1 ,Tuno ,71n nn1 wn1 pany commander is not sufllcienl Silver Creek . mii County. visiting her grand-- 1 The iieslion of the shipment of Mlvcr Creek, June ;). Dr. I). O. ciiiidren, Miss Sallie, Willio and: mm,Km """" n",I "ur,r" ni Itowmnn. of Ohio, Is at homo for a uipson Stewart Everybody is buy grave vard. She leaves n husband parcels to France first came to the few days. Knos Davis spout Sat- ing war havings Stamps around nnd several children to mourn her attention of the War Departmen' and Mrs. Win. Lewis, when the otninanding general of in day anil Sunday with his sister. about Wildic. Wo don't know just dcalh.--Jud- gp Mr. .1. W. Ilratrlior. Born to Mr. how many havo been bought yet, or London, aro visiting Mrs. John the expeditionary forces cabled that and Mrs. .lolm .lours, Friday, (ho nut most everyono is trying to do Farmer for a few days. Rev. Worlh-inglo- n. congestion of such arlic'es had twenty-eight- h, of Annvllle will preach nl reached such a point that French twin boys. Mr. and tlicir part. Mrs. Etta Franklin re Mrs. V. A. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs ccived a can) last week, that her the Dutch Reformed Church hero railroads were unnble to handle thr ludgo had. A board appointed by the Charles Click, spent Sunday at son, Arthur, who has been In tho next Saturday and Sunday Bonnosboro. Mrs. Pnttft Stephens, Army nine months, had arrived Lewis, of London and Felix How-ma- n, Secretary of War ami Hie Post, ssBBBBBBSBasBSBBasBSBBBausiiflsj' WBHBBBBMK8BI3BBMBwIBBIIBb "TiAy of Ml. Vernbn, spoke nt the master General, examined fi.nno of Lexington, Mis Bessie Daven- - safely across tho waters. court house Friday night to a large arks of parcel post mail and found porl and son. of Chicago, spent the Rockford latter part of the week Willi Mr. and , llockford, June 30. Wheat cutting crowd. Complete returns from the that the articles being sent were not (inc.) Mrs. Win. Davis, School began at is oer, hut none stacked yet. Corn sale of War Savings Stamps in this only, in the main, were nlsolucly ttn- AND this plare, July I, with Nannie John- is looking well for the dry weathor. county have not yet been made, necessary, but undesirable. The in- Training School for Nurses son as teaoher. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Guinn of this placo was taken nut from reports made so far, several M tdigatiou showed that the amount OEREA, KY. Forest Dowden spent Sunday with to tho Robinson Hospital, where ho thousand dollars worth were pur of such mail had reached a total of Up to date Laboratory and X Ray Equipment Mr. and Mrs. Den Davis. Mr. and underwent a very serious operation. chased and pledged by the people 500.000 pounds a week, and was Mrs. J. W. Johnson spent Sunday It is reported that he is doing of Jackson County. Supt. H. F. steadily increasing. SPECIALTIES Relatives nnd friends, according with the former's mother, Mrs. Sallie reasonaniy wen and ins many friend Minter made a business trip to Surgery Obitetrics and Gynecology BucifriologLt and nond last week. Miss to a recent statement byjhe War DR. B. F. ROBINSON Johnson. will be glad lo know of his re Tyner DR. M. M. ROBINSON DR. ALSON BAKER covery. Mr. nnd Mrs. .1. G. Thomas Lucy Ramsey, who has been stay Department, will llud they often Visiting houis I JO to 4:30 nil 7:00 to 8.00 p. m., daily Kingston were called to the funeral of Mrs. ing witli Mrs. Fannie Collier, has can do a greater service to soldiers Kingston, June 30. Miss Kath- Thomas' sister, the daughter of G gone to Herea to make her home with by sending them money for the pur leen Maupin is home from George- V. Owens, of Disputantn; while Prof, and Mrs. Haird R. M. Ward's chase of articles in Franco than town College (o spend the summer there, their daughter, Ruby, was babv is very sick. Miss Grace by forwarding the articles. To with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. taken very 111 and medical aid was Rader. of Annville. has been visit- bacco is now being supplied as part Claud Hamilton, of New Orleans, aro procured. of the Army rations, nnd merchan Horn to the wife of W. ing in McKee for several days. Second Growth Hlack Oak Spoke, visiting at the home of Mr. and Mn. H. Stephens, a 12Vj pound boy; his Lloyd Moore has gone to Akron, 0., dise of nearly all kinds may now jo inch cs long $so.oo per. icoo niece through Arch Hamilton. Mis Gene Doty was name is Wrn. Taylor. All nre doing for the summer Dr. W. H. Hornsby be purchased in 16 inc'"cs long j oo place was called to Brazil, the luiu'e general store established operated on for appendicitis at the well. At the school meeting last of this 6 inches long $30.00 3 x 35 " Ilobinson Hospital Tuesday. So far, Friday, amounts ranging from $300 Sunday morning, to see a cnuplo of by the Quartermaster Corps t lower iJelivered to our yard at . Ky. she is getting along nicely. Miss to .92.000 were subscribed for W. S, boys who had been severely wound- prices than charged by retailers STANDARD WHEEL CO. Kale vSmitli is visiting friends in Stamps. c. H.Todd and daughter, ed in a fight. here. Carico Maysville this week. Gordon Tor-ril- l, with others, visited I. M. Todd to at FOOD RATION TO BE CARRIED IN Carico, July I. Sunday-schowho is employed nt the ship day.,!. E. Anderson and wife, of Italy to Celebrate, Too. yards in Hristol, Fa., is visiting with Point T.eavell. were in this section Flat Top is progressing nicely with CONTAINER Floronce. Italy Preparations for his parents for a few days. Miss visiting mnjiy friends near their G. I.angdon as suprintondont Tho Quartermaster's Department the celebration of tho Fourth of July, Honnie Eager, of Hoattyville. is old home place. Next Saturday and Horn to Mr. and Mrs. James Sum-- s food now supplying when tho municipality will confer the visiting with her brother. William Sunday are regular church days at mors, a boy, named Hiram Green. containers to tho soldiers in the citizenship of Florence on President Thomas Eager, for several days.--Th- e Scaffold Cane. The Rev. D. I.. We are having good rains of late zone of operations in France. These Wilson, are assuming great proporChildren's Day exercises given Gooch will preach at ScaiTold Cane and crops are looking fine. The.cc.ntainers prevent seepage of gas tions. All tho municipalities In Tusby the Mt. Zion Sunday-scho- ol cany will be represented. The day and guard was the second Saturday night in July. infant of Leonard Gibson died re- - into the containers has bean proclaimed a national holicently with summer complainL a success and enjoyed by all who at- Everybody come. against contamination of tho food. day, a decision which is unprecedented tended. Salem and George W. Henry Evans, of Lite, was visiting Tho men carry their emergency In Italy. Moody, Jr., have the mumps. The relative at this placo Saturday and rations in tho containers and all Cooksburg "Mission Circle will meet at Mt. Cooksburg. June 30. The drouth Police Sergeant Killed. Zion Christian Church for their was broken this week with several TOLL IN SIOUX CITY CRASH MAY O. Robert Francis, 37 Wollston. monthly meeting. Wednesday after- more eood rains which has put corn years old, Sergeant of Newark, REACH AS HIGH AS FIFTY, noon. Mrs. Gattin and little daugh- on a boom. The friends and relaOhio, was tmtaattt killed when a moDECLARE RESCUERS. ter, of Madisonville, have been tives of Mrs. Ricie Sawders are sad tor truck nrss wlilch ho and two spending a few days with her pa- to hear of her death, which occurred brothers wire ruling was struck by t Good Light Bread and Biscuit rent. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lackey. Inst week. She was loved by every D. and O train His skull was fracThirty-NinBodies Taken From Ruins tured ami right Imait crushed. Th Dreyfus body who knew her and lived a can be made from of Fallen Building Victims Burned others were n ''ehtly Injured. Dreyfus, June 30. Rev. James Christian life. Mrs. Rosa Allen and Thirty-Thre- e To Death Persons preacneii some very in- children spent Sunday with Mrs Injured, None Probably Fatally. teresting sermons at the Christian C. L. Thomas. Everybody in. the Street Cars Cease Running. Church Saturday night and Sunday. district attended the meetine the Columbus, O Street cars ceased bod-- i Sioux City. Iowa Thlrty-nlnThere was a large attendance-Th- ere 28th and did their best buying stamps les had beon recovered from tho ruins running In this city and not a car has Order a sack from your Grocer and be Convinced aro still several cases of to help in Wis great world's war-Sc- hool of tho Huff Hulldlng hero, and firemen moved on the streots, following the measles in this vicinity. Mr. and will commence here Hi? and volunteers who continued to vote to strike of that portion of the company Mrs. Ed Baker are the proud par second Monday in July. Children, search tho debris estimated that prob operatives of tho organized who have Joined a recently union. Tho SO persons had been killed whim ! ably ents of a new haby in their homo, get ready Most all the farmers nominal cauae of the strike is not a Mr. and Mrs. Henders Fox. of Cin are thru laying by corn and gone Sunday. George Langdon is teach- - food brought up to tho trenches Is tho building collapsed, carrying down wages, which Is now undor wlth 11 lwo "mailer adjacent struc- - question of cinnati, are visiting her parents, Mr. to public works. Mat Green was in ing a "singing school at Flat Top. carried in tho new tins. Thirty-threpersons were lu- - progress of adjustment through the nnd Mrs. L. H. Davis. ,s parked in the J" James Luns- - Aft.-Lverybody conie.-H- ro. the f,. N'atlonal Labor Roard. The alleged this part Tuesday, buyinc stock. cause for tho action taken Is the disford sent an appointment t Flat containers Ihcy aro hermetically 07 tno vi ROCKCASTLE COUNTY is planned to uso parafllno roscuers said. As the larger building charge of seven mombors ot tho reOWSLEY COUNTY Top Church for tho third Sunday Street Car Men's Conway Island City in July. All come Horn to Mr. for scaling, ns it settles in tho toppled it burled under tous of debris cently organized Conway, July 1. Sunday-schoIsland City, Juno 20. A very sad and Mrs. John Roberts, a girl, named crevices in such a way that it must tho smaller structures occupiod by the Union. is progressing at Fair View; ser accident occurred last Saturday on Maria. The fanners are cutting bo cut before tho lids can bo taken Chain Orocery Co. and the Iioauniont vice, 2:30 p.m. Everybody invited. Sexton Creek. Henry Clay, son of clover A great many of our boys oiT: It can bo applied by running A,uat Market, Imprisoning patrons und LIBERTY LOAN INTEREST RATES Serrelar McAdoo olllcially corFiremen said only in a Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wren and John Clay, was killed by a tree. Mr. are answering the call or tho U. S the containers thru a parafllno bath. 'npiyo family spent last Sunday with her Clay was flxjng a road to haul his Army.-Th- ere m",,1? l"u" rects a statement appearing in Because tho supply were a great many tin is limit- vievarious new simpers that tho Fourth siler, Mrs. James Wilson, at this wheat when the accident occurred. bought War Stamps tho 28th of Juno ed and there may not bo enough to ,mg wer(J tor tho 1IIU)rlgoned nm, tho flr, Libert Loan will bear interest at tho place. Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Tom He was buried in the grave yard Our school begins the 8th of July supply tho needs of tho Army, the wncn broko out ai,0rtly after the rale of m per cent, lie slates that Johnson, a flno baby boy. Mr. and near his home. A large crowd was with Gladys Farmer as teacher. Quartermaster's Department is ex- - crash, burned thorn to death. 110 thought has been entertained of Mrs. G. G.Thomas, of Mina. hre present to witness the interment. Of the 3i bodlos recovered 25 have pcrimepting with tho wax papor visiting relatives this week. Cash We had one of the mnt destructive SALVATION ARMY WOMEN SAIL box. Tests made show that theso boen Identified. Tho bodies of H oth issuing the bonds of the fourth loan at a higher rate than IV, par cent. Johnson, from Camp Greenleaf, Ga., storms last Monday ever experiencboxes meet all conditions satlsfac- - rs, soven men and seven women, are FOR FRANCE It is interesting to roeall hero morgues, ioca. lonco was the guest of Miss Susio Beldon, ed. It blew down trees and fences A group of workers belonging to torily. Tho tins and boxes both u"miDira, wero compiling a list of missing, It bo tin Secretary's appeal in his Third Saturday , afternoon and Sunday and did considerable damage to tho the Salvation Army in America sail- - nre vermin and water proof. Ing feared that some of the victims' Liberty Loan speeches that the rate Hr will return to camp Tuesday land owners. There is a newcomer eil recently for France, according to bodlos had been Incinerated and mlcht Little Chester Cox, who has been at the home of Nathan Fields a aniHiinceineni made ny tno general uawillw iu iiav i, l'HLMULn 1 iai. nover bo found. Accurate figures us of interest for Government loans bo slabalied nt IVi per conL Ho said very sick with measles, is able to girl on the 15th Inst; her name Is war work committee of the Army.1 SUITE to tho number of missing wero not then that as an intelligent people, he out again. Mrs. Lucy Heldon Myrtle. N'ow a certain thing, the These women will reinforco tho 900 President WiImiii has authorised avallablo. Tho causo of the accident the fhas rnftifrned 'home from Louis- oil is developing in paying quanti- trained Salvation Army workers who the American Red Cross, Bureau of had not been determined. W. J. Heck-hav- we should make a stnnd or, ono of tho owners of tho Run inancing of our Government during ville, where she attended the burial ties. We are having somo very been engaged in relief servico Canteen Service, to lake possession, "' Br,oumJ 'oor the period of tho war nl a stabaliz-e- d () '"''"' of her brother. James Lear. Lulu heavy washing rains hero nt present, the battle zone since tho United of the beautiful , presidential rate of interest, naming iU per Inches, had been oworod e tht to ... Xlonzo, doing considerable damago to grow- Slates entered the war. Lambert and her brother, 1,10 1,1,011 Stn" ,",,n"t,"tlP1 but that contractors had considered cent as tho proper figure, so llint are visilintr their sister, Mrs. A. H. ing crops.,!. C. Gentry, of Tyner, "Our workers are frequently very lion. tho uulldlng to bo safo. An investl- - nil business and investments might Cox. at Wildie. has bought the farm that John near the actual front, and often un- These rooms, formerly used ex- - Bntlon ln an cftort t0 flx tno hlamo Is be adjusted on that basis. In his Boone Daugherty bought from James S. dor shell flic" stated a member of clusively for state purposes, will in progress. letter to Majority Leader Kltohin, Hoone, July 2. Next Saturday Howman for $2,500 and has entered the general war work committee, be converted into a railroad canteen he strongly urges stnbalizine tho Sunday are regular church days suit in tho Owsley County Circuit "The work done by theso women has station for soldiers, sailors and nnd short Shrift To Be Made of Idles, rate at M per cent. at Fair VIpw. We, hope a large Court for a deed All readers had such a telling effect upon Amer- - marines iu transit, and will he in now York Youths and men The Secretary of tho Treasury has rrowd will be "out. Wash Grant of should have taken ndvantago of thoj forces that both tho troops in direct charge of the American Redween the ngos of 18 and CO would hot-th- also asserted t lint he did not think gob-be- l liis'll git Fsrnndida. was with home folks time given them to subscrlbo for trenches and the military an- - Cross Canteen Committee of the Dis-- j tor watch out or "the the patriotism of the American aro tho ovrr Saturday and Sunday Mrs. Tho Citizen. John D. Ray took that theritiosnf highest rank havo voiced trict of Columbia Chapter. They, em." Tho ral. state and city authorities who people was measured by tho ralo Lucy Jleldnn has returned homo advantage before It was too late. unqualified appreciation and will be operated as an extension of of interest on n Government bond, w 11 round up loafers, s ackers, unemafter an pxtpnded visit with friends approval of the work accomplfs he.l", ll.e present service. n lwnimn. and the support the penplo gave tho wd and rplnlivps in Louisville Cash COUNTY I he leader or the Salvation Army, ESTILL worlf Attentlon also will be glvou Third Liberty Loan seems to havo Johnson came home on a seven-da- y Locust Branch in America. Miss F.vangellnn Booth, INCREASED TAXATION NECESSARY ito ,uon emi,oyoa in work no more justified his belief. ' furlough. He is stationpd at Chlca- Locust Branch. June 20. Tho dry go to France to inspect tho. Secretary MfAdoo's position rol- -! er0Us than swooping tho wind off roofs manga. Ga. Horn to Mr. and Mrs weather has made the beans nnd work and equipment of her workers ative to taxation for tho coming year; such as footmon, oponora of car Tom Johnson, n bouncing hoy, Irish potatoes late The good rain abroad and confer with her repre-jwfrankly and positively stated rlage doors nnd other flunkies; men GENERAL PERSUING INSISTS THAT LETTERS RE WRITTEN HOME weighing twelve pounds and a half, of the 2Sth was a blessing to every sentatives who aro making plans for iu his letjer to Majority Loader who "work" at spending the unearned "Duty lo one's country does not Thev named him Marian FranWin. body Everybody in ,this district extensions. Speaking of tho work, Kilohin of tho House of Represen Incremont inherited from thrifty and industrious forebears und tho like. end on the parade ground, nor oven met at the school houso Juno 2811 nbrnad. Miss Booth said: tatives. JIo wrote in part: IVlidlA The "light or work" law 'has another on the battle field, but consists in 1,n,lpl,t Wnr Swings Stamps; We cannot afford to rely upon altematho. It Is prison. "Women aro .doing a valiant scr Wihllo. July 2 Ross Carter, the'n,,,1 doing everything In ono's power l nineteen-yea- r old son of Mr nndlI,,n nmmini was somewuere near vice along tho front, nnd when his ? 1,000,000,000 only for tnxation. hn- and ninety dollars Mrs. D f! finrlflp. ilie.i of fvnhnM eiirht hundred tory is written, thoy will bo ro- - cause wo shall then hnve to rely on Crowds Greet First American Fighters win the wnr," says an order Issued by Gen. Pershing, a copy of which "pll will begin her cognized as having performed an in- -, raising &'0.000000,000, by loans. TliN Ann at tho Robinson Hospital, Rome. V great olilclal reception feer hns been rccoived by tho War Dedispensable work right up whero would be a surrondor to tho policy was given by tho municipality of "" JJerea. Juno 25. His remains wero st hnck In the fnmiiv J.nrvln Leslie Richardson and family visited tho shells are bursting. ns,well ns in f rales and inflation, In honor of tho American ollicors and partment. "To writo homo frequently nnd t' militury contingent und wound for tinrinl. The hornnvo.i Ids brother. J. W. Richardson, nonr our communities at homo. In tho, with all their evil consomioncos. "e" ambulances which havo Just arrived In regularly lo keep In constant touch ones havo tho svmnnlhv of ihn Panola, from Saturday until Sun- - Boer war. the Salvation Army gajp Largo crowds waited outsldo with family and friends is ono of Italy. entlro community. School begins day. The Rev. L. Johnson preaohed ed its (lrst oxperiencn hi hutment Filipinos Play Fluto with Nose. tho barracks whore the Americans are lho soldier's most Important duties. at the Garrett school house tho 27th work. Today wo aro toiling with hero Monday with Miss Edith PhilIt Is not un uncommon uiu.itui.i.. in stntlonod, surroumltd them on their f 1.. lips ns teacher Tho six month's and 28h with a large ntlendanco nnd 11. iiguiers, umiuaiuiiig ovor iw, wo u negro piny u Imriiionlca with libt exist, und boro them iu triumph Mr thers and fathors will suffer If inn ii.i old baby of Dr. and Mrs. W. A. ho will nlso preach at Knob Llek huts nnd hostels. Wo nro operating j uotrils. Among the Filipinos 11 tlutu through tho town. TralDc In tho whole they do not hear often from Bons work.' In never nlliytd In unv ollmr unv mui nltv vlrhmllv um lirtnrriinlml )iv llm Ightlng In Franco. In tho prosent Jones died Saturday, Juno 2fl; the the first Sunday Mis Luoy Gar- III ntnhiilnnnoa In our flivsl-n- id lerenved onos havo our deepest sym- rett has hon visiting hor aunt. Mrs SPrving tho haso hospitals whero- -' " would creuto much surprise In that population thronging tho streets to largo cnmnanlos. It Is not possible """i' ,0 K0 '"'" pluy u ilute with watch tho passage of tho Amerloans. for officers lo wrlto lottors for their pathy Harol Carter, daughter of n. Gentry at this plare Clark Jnhn-ko- p over poslhlo. In our hnlmont sor- t cnu The commander of a contingent thunk men. nnd every man must do It for and family visited Jim Wrk-nell- 's vice, we nim to make the soldier' "lc ,uou"'' Thebo Mrs. D.L.Carter, has the typhoid ,,,u' ,,,u on,l,lurJr "1Uhlc w'" '" lut U the muiilupulHy for Its hospitality himself." Saturday and Sunday. . the """"I'Krie "f l.r.mo " i!io iu;.t ragtime U too much for them. l East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else INSTEAD OF MERCHANDISE SHOULD BE SENT TO SOLDIERS ikh ROBINSON HOSPITAL WANTED! 1 Ik-rca- 'x2 ol GAS-PRO- gas-pro- of BUILDING COLLAPSED Save Wheat for Our Soldiers v e ' POTTS' RYE FLOUR r ol "J""' J" - 1 e fr "t n e " Fed-thei- r - on-wi- as nt,"" ''" high-intero- ii nuho-llutls- ' . ' Everybody Jnvited to Berea July Fourth