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KENTUCKY, The Citizen KENTUCKY NEWS Andrew Charles, of Kentucky, lias boon cited for heroism and gnllantry k nt the battlo of Cantigny, in France, SILENCER PUT ON $2.40 WHEAT PRICE WOULD ADD $2 TO BAR-Fo- r by the French general In command. REL COST OF FLOUR, three days be manned n inachino gun, without roller ami in tne raco of tiro and constant danger. The Biggest Fight Against Germany The biggest fight for beating Germany is the fight to stop the whiskey business here at home. The people who make money selling whiskey and beer try to deceive us. Hut the prohibition of saloons will do these things for victory: 1. Save good grain for food. 2. Set free labor and transportation now'used for liquor for munitions and legitimate business. 3. Make officers and men more fit for victorious fighting. Do You Use the Post Office? The Post Office is one of the biggest things Uncle Sam keeps up for our benefit. It is like a good turnpike or a flying machine from the cabin at the head of the hollow straight to Berea, and to Chicago, and to Washington and to our brave boys Somewhere in France! It is good to live on the old home place to breath the mountain air, to drink the mountain water, to hear the bird's voices in the morning and the cowbells at night. But the Post Office keeps us in touch with the world outside. The Citizen brings us the news, and the thoughts of preachers and statesmen and folks that are studying on improved farming and improved housekeeping. And through the Post Office we can do buisness in Berea or in Chicago, sending our Post Office order and getting the things we want right back by parcel post. Winning the War by Saving We intend to win this war, and put the Germans where they will have to behave. We are sending our dear brave boys over there to fight. But fighters must be fed. And the big cannon must be fed. The and the submarine chasers and the transports cost big money, and the folks that are making these things can't be making fancy shoes and stylish rigs for us who stay at home. We mountain people have always been pretty sensible about these things, and now that we are getting more than we used to get for our cattle and our lumber and our labor we must just keep on being sensible, and go without the things we don't need. Save jour money, and we shall be getting rich ourselves and helping to win the war at the same time. air-planes Big Meeting in Berea Sunday Mrnwn on "Eternal Life." He showed that our hope of n future existence is grounded in the very naturo of man that wo believe it because the Hible reveals it and the Biblo reveals it because it is a matter of (omiiwui truth, inevitable in the naturo of things. Eternal life is not a matter of duration alone, nor yet of happiness. It is rather an experience of union with Ood. thru Jesus Christ, It is not something into which we enter when this life is done, but some-tliin- ir which may begin here and now. It was a rare opportunity to hear such n discourse from a noted eor written. Or. Frank W'.flunsaulus orchicago, preacher and lo join in the observIn Kentucky on a lecture course for ance of (he National Independence Chautauqua, was spending tho day Day of our ally. France. The day in Berea and preached n powerful will long bo remembered in Ilerea. A union service vasa held in the College chapel on Sunday morning and was largely attended. Flags of tho allied nations were displayed and the largo service flag of tho College bung in its place. President Frost spoke briefly of the moaning of ho day and its origin in tho opening of the great French Hovolution of 1783, when pri Minor were released from the Basilic-- , a strong national prison in Paris. A choir from tho different churches, under the leadership of Or. Folton. sane the Marseillaise, perhaps tho llncst national anlhcnii CONTENTS PAGE 1. A Ken-luck- WORD TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS Editorials. Items of decent War News. y. PAGE 2. Letter From Edwin It. Embree. Newsy Items on Various Topics. A Hint for Drlnlf! ing Men. Serial: "Over the Top." Locals. PAGE 3. PAGE 4. PAGE 5. News From Washington on Ileccnt Legislation. PAGE 6. PAGE 7. Failure to Buckle Safety Belt Washington, D. C Failure to buekU Lesson. A Sermon on hU safety belt ami the "peouliar qutok Sound Doctrine. Short Story. snap" of his scout plane whn it was l Handiwork for Hoys. nosed over tor a glide apparently caused the death ot Major Joton Par PAGE 8. Eastern Kentucky News. roy Mltchel, the official report says o Jackson County tho accident at Gorstuor Hold, LouisProgram for Christian Church Convention. iana, received at tbe War DpartatU. R. S. ' I Message lo Wheat A Growers of Southern Madison County. Suggestions for Members of Corn and Potato Clubs. flood Itoad Hints. lied Crosi Berea College Ads. Notes. I Wo wish to call your attention lo tho many and varied items of interest in our columns this week. Wo were obliged (o raiso tho subscription ralo to $1.50 the first of the month, but we shall endeavor to make Hie Citizen so Interesting that you will consider it worth tho higher rnte, and moro too. If your subscription expires tn Iho near future, will you not plan lo renew, so that tho paper may continue to visi(,you without intcr- ' i Wn pnvnl vnnp pnnllnilpd Interest nnd cooperation in making Tho Cilien as useful and attractive as it can bo made. 11 Constellation Lore. First Market Place. Constellation biro rollccts the charThe town records coiiIhIii allusions acter of tho people who timko It. The to "the market place" 11s curly tin KV10. Kgyptluns peopled the sky with sym- Three years before, In 10.TI, the genbols ot their dully thoughts, ml the eral court hud ordered (hut market 11 11 l'erslunH, (Irveks, und ltonmns, coming lifter, changed the Kgyptlmi to ugreo with their lives and beliefs. In this manner, during many centuries, some of the original constellations were forgotten, timl In u few coses only n mime remained associated with certain groups of stars. should he kept In Huston every Thursday, mid the place selected was the widest part of State street (then known Interchiingeulily as Wuter street mid Market street) where It opened into the, main street or hlghwuy of A report is current that General Hindenburg is dead as a result of FRENCH GAIN a stroke of apoplexy, brought on by Executive Says, Sending Bill Back to a heated miarrel with tho Kaiser, In Congress Dissents on Principle, He regard to tho tho Among the lists of German Avers In Message, Declaring Public HUN TRENCHES tho western plans forSuch drivo on rront. rumors Would Pay Extra 387 Millions. prisoners, there are names of two have to bo taken with caution, alKentucky boys, Leo II. Whileson, though this comes with a little moro Washington. President Wilson veof JrlTory, Monroe County and David MOVE FORWARD TO DEPTH OF authority than former rumors. L. Wntkins, of Sennra, Hardin toed the annual agricultural appropriaONE MILE IN BRILLIANT AT County. They nro both in tho samo tion hill containing an amendment in,; the price of wheat to $2.40 a TACK IN PICARDY SECTORS. prison camp at Darmstadt. King Albert of Belgium and tho in- bushel. The President said the queen recently made a "flying trip" crease In the price of wheat would add to England by airplane. Tho occaAccording to Iho returns of tho, 2 10 lne coat ot n barrl of flour and In Albania the Italians and French sion was tho twenty-fift- h t0 l" anniverincome tax appraisal, Kentucky has 0U,dn'ndnBS Continue Sweeping Austrlans Back crop tf 1918 eighty-on- o millionaires. There arowneat. It also woul(1 Have Established Line 200 Miles sary of tho marriago of King George a corre. Long, From the Adriatic to the and Queen Mary, of England. The that many who pay a tax of $50,000) 8p0ndlng Increase In tho prlco of Ca-o- r stay was a short ono, as the royal Aegean Sea. more, at a rate of flvo per ccnLnadian wheat, the message said, and pair of Belgium insist on re-i1 Among theso incomes, aro fourteen would add materially to the general London. Tho attontlon of the allied in the littlo corner of Belgium thai amount to from $100,000 to high cost of living. world Is drawn to two battle fronts, that Is loft to them and watching The President's message follows: 81 DO 000. I "1 regret to return without my slg- - where operations of tremendous Im- thb interests or their country and " nature so Important a measure as H. portance aro taking place. In the people. s west tho French won threo miles of Mt'lvin Collins, of Carter County, It. 9054, entitled "an act making German trenches to a depth ot one been sentenced to death by tho proprlatlon for the Department of r ,fh,9 "wat year ending mile In a brilliant attack ln the Picar- It is or interest to note that the for killing throe men who ',cu,l feel constrained June . i.i, " ' """V"-- ' i n, Jto do 30, 1919," butofI ray very earnest dyInsector. the Italians and French English have gono so rar in their .inb " Albania so because war. It seems too bad that this d8sent from the point of view of prin continue to push tho Austrlans back, organization of Jerusalem as to killing power had not been used on ciples as well as wise expediency, from and have established an allied line 200 bring into operation a new and rethe front against the Germans. Now the provisions of that part of Section miles long, from the Adriatic to tho constructed government on a demotho young man will have to pay tho 14, which prescribes a uniform price Aegean Sea, held by themselves and cratic basis. Moreover, tho mayor for No. 2 Northern spring wheat of the rapidly growing Greek army. It of the city, Ellas Audi, is a Chrispenalty in tho electric chair. Is hinted that many Serbians and Mon- tian by religion, tho first over to hold $2.40 a bushel. "I dissent upon principle because' I tenegrins who live ln Albania are that office in Jerusalem. It taxes As n result of a case brought bo- - believe that such Inelastic legislative planning to join the allied force. tho imagination somewhat to realize French troops attacked over a front fore the State Ilailroad Commission price provisions are unsusceptible ot belnS ministered in a way that will be of approximately three miles between the changes that aro taking place. by tho American It. II. Express Co., (In ror an increase in express rates 0f fdvnlageou8 either to the producer or Castel and north of conaumor, establishing as they the Ptcardy sector) according to the July 14th was celebrated in tho 10, the Commission expresses a do arbitrary levels which are quite In- Paris War Office statement United States by meetings and propreference that the U. S. Inlcr-Sta-to dependent of the normal market condiThe village of Castel, the Anchln Commission adjust the rate. This tions, and because I bellove that the Farm and a number ot strong German cessions in various places. This is shows something of a tendency to present methods of regulation by con- positions were taken and 600 prisoners the patriotic holiday of tho French extend tho Jurisdiction of tho na- ference with all concerned has result- were captured. The attack penetrated people, which corresponds to 4th ed In the triost satisfactory manner, the German lines to a depth of more of July, lit is taken to mark tho tional Commission to state nITars. considering the complexity and vari- than a mile. the revolution in France, ety ot the subject matter dealt with. Further raiding operations were car- in 1789, when tho old prison of tho The Society of Charities and Cor"It Is evident that the present meth- ried out by British troops during the Bastile was stormed to tree the rections of Kentucky reports that od ot determining the price to be paid night, notably ln the Flanders area, prisoners who had been confined nneinnlnvmnnt. hns pntlrclv ilisnn- - for wheat for this year exceeding all near Merrls and Meteren, the War Of- thcro because of their opposition to W7 remarkab,e and fice announced. Prisoners were taken peared as a cause of poverty in our In a patrol encounter in the Kemmel the abuses of monarchy. cities, for the first time in its "By an overwhelming majority ot sector on this front. history. They still aro called on the farmers ot the United States the Another British party raided tho Epidemics in various forms aro for aid, but tho causes are sick- price administratively fixed has been German lines near Hammel, south of ness and such other unavoidable regarded at) fair and liberal, and objec- the Somme. A patrol clash In the known to bo raging in Europe. The Spanish plague, which accidents ns nro likely (o befall tions to It havexome only fiom .those neighborhood of Gavrelle, northeast ot sections of the country where, unfor- Arras, also resulted ln the taking of affected hundreds of thousands in families. tunately, it has In recent years proved prisoners. Spain, has appeared in lho GerImpossible to rely upon climatic condl-In Albania there are many Serbians man army. Epidemics are also rereport of the Stale Supcrin- - tlong t0 produce a uu crop 0f wheat and Montenegrins who have expressed ported in Petrograd and in German tendent of Education shows that the an,i where, therefore, many disappoint-pe- r their Impatience to the strug1010 ments to the farmer have proved to gle to reconquer their native countries. cities, of the nature of cholera. capita tax for 1018 and Physicians believe that these afs and The Jugo-Slav- s will be $5.25, an increase of 25 cents, be unavoidable. is, "Personally,, I do not believe the there are said to believe that their flictions are, in part at least, due to revenue school total The tthe country depend upon compatriots In the Interior of Austria the improper nourishment of the S3.502.537. out or which a deficit ol "m" the stimulation of price to do their ut- - will be of assistance If the allied of- people. about $300,000 must be met. The most t0 serve thfl naon and tbe worW fensive continues successful. school system has not prouteti irom at tng tIma of crl8s by exerting them- What was formerly tho royal the inhoritance tax and a friendly selves to an extraordinary degree to palaco or tho queen ot tho Hawaiian suit is to be brought to try if it produce the largest and beat crops pos- VON HINDENBURG (Continued on Pago Tlvs) sible. Their patriotic spirit In this IS REPORTED DEAD Islands has recently como into the matter has been worthy of all prats possession or tho" United States Govand has shown them playing a most ernment, by will ot tho deceased part In queen and will bo used as the UNITED STATES NEWS admirable and gratifying resources the ot full mobilization ot the capitol building of tho territory, in in- the country. To a very greatly which tho head offices will be locrossed production of wheat they have The President has appointed a added an ,ncreBied production of Tho queen was at first an cated. of Equalization with tho pur- - most overy other Important grain, so enemy of tho U. S., but in her later pose of proventing tho riso in tho that our granaries are likely to overyears changed her view and became price of sugar. This Corporation flow, and the anxiety of the nations a rriend. Germany with regard will be ablo to draw on Government arrayed against funds to tho extent or flvo billions '".elr food supply has been relieved Tho advance or tho Italians and of method The of dollars, if necessary, that it may agreenB administrative prce has Ma a far French into Albania, on tho eastern buy up supplies or sugar and place verjr great aiivantagB whch any ie. sido or tho Adriatic, has been so them 011 tho market at a low figure m0nt of rigidity would In large part rapid that it has hardly recoived the to prevent tho profiteering. destroy, namely, the advantago ot flex- notico which it merits. They havo Iblllty, ot rendering possible at every moved inland in a crescent shaped every change Tho Scnnto is ready to pass tho staKe ni ln lho vlaw of advance, eighty miles in length and rg SJjMjaSSBBBBB Justment which bill which gives power to tho wf111 ",spefrl!n" B to producer and con-miles at the as deep as twenty-fiv- e President to lake over tho telegraph, gumer .. widest point. This might well be ' telephone, radio and cablo systems! the beginning of an effort to regain ot the U. S. This comes as tho ro- Austria's Doom 8een by Italians, control of tho Balkan States, or a Home. 'Austria Is about to crumblesuit ot tho recent striko among tho movement into Austria or Russia, cmnlovces or tho Wostorn Union away." Is tho opinion of political ana from the south. Company and tho unwill- military observers hero after the pub llcatlon of the latest reports from Alingness of tho company to settlo tho bania and the Balkans where the EnThe Russian situation has cleared dlsputo on tho terms suggested by tente Allies have succeeded In perfectup somewhat during tho week. Tho a board of arbitrators appointed to ing a single front, extondlng from the murder ot tho German ambassador. investigate. Adriatic Sea to Salonlkl.ou the Aegean Count Mirsback, in Moscow, is known on the Aegean Sea, a. Sea to Salonikl, to bo tho result or a Russian reIt is now probablo that tho effort stance ot some 200 miles volt to head off tho bringing ot Gerto bring to n voto tho Dry Dill which Autolst Is Held. man troops to that city. Moreover, scoks to prohibit tho making and soilRavenna, O. W, H. Cox was held to tho Bolsheviki has lost control or ing of nil kinds of alcoholic liquors, the Portage County Grand Jury by JusAmsterdam. Field Marshal von Siberia and or northern Russia, including beer, will bo postponed for tice A. L. I'eUlur 011 a charge ot man- HIndenburg, 70, Is dead, according to will now becomo good points the present in order that Congress slaughter made by Luther W. Niokens, the newspapor Les Novelles. His death which road, Ravenna. Mrs. Is said to have occurred after a stormy in which the Allies may operate. of Cleveland may adjourn and tako a vacation. President or tho United, States Nickens was killed when defendant's Interview with the emperor The administration desiros to have auto collided with the buggy in which at great headquarters German The em- Tho at Spa. is favorablo to a cautious and careprohibitory legislation considered she was riding. Cox was released on peror and the field marshal are deful movement. on Ha own merits nnd not in con$500 bonds. clared to have had serious differences nection with rovonuo bills now of opinion concerning the general ofCount Von Hcrtling, in an adWomen Conductor at Indianapolis. fensive. The field marshal died ot conpending. Indianapolis, Iiid. Indianapolis will gestion ot brain. Les Kouvelles Is a dress lo tho German Reichstag, have women street car conductors. newspapor In the French language pub- again opens up tho mattor of peace, A vory strong effort is being mndo, Tho announcement was made by II, G. Hague, admit of especially In tho R'onato, to place Shafer, .secretary of tbe Nordyke & lished at The Interview between voa but in terms that will not Is The violent or wheat nt $2.-1- a bushel. Marnion Company, which has arranged HIndenburg and Emperor William oc- acceplnnco by tho Allies. Thero tho prlco tho nrroganUtono of tho Tho President has vetoed lho bill in with the street car company for use curred on May 16, Les N'ouvelles says. still Hint, condescends to bo gra Iho interests of tho consumer, ot ten street cars to be oporated by It was followod by an apoplectic strolM. crews paid by Nordyke & Marmon. The newspaper says Its Information cious to tho conquered. Two remarksr beliovlng that tho old prico leavos car was obtained "from good sources la however, aro significant: first, that a sufficient stimulus to tho farmer io Belgium May Be Provlnoe of Germany, the occupied district of Belgium." peaco would .bo favored by lho milproduco wheal. Tllo new crop is a Amsterdam. General Baron Fried-ricitary leadors, and second, that Gerlargo one, but last reports out von Falkenhausen, the Gvrnian not intend to keep Beldown tho nnvuinl somewhat, on General ot Belgium, has decided, saya Frenoh General Picked To Be Chief. many does Tho Count declares Hint tho of dry weather when tho the Hamburger Nachrioten, that Paris. General A. Gramat, ot the gium. (Continued on P8 Hts) shall be turned Into a federal French army, has beeu commissioned wheat was forming. state on the lines ot Austria Chief ot Oeneral Staff ot Uu GrMk ,L Eo-u.xita,in Feojple Per Year. Knowlcdgo Is Power and tho way to keep up with modern Knowlcdgo Is lo read a good Nowspapcr. I,Y 18, 1918 Ono Dollar and Fifty Cents No, 3, AliKIUULIUKAL BILL German Attack Weakens ',, ng ap-ba- t, Mallly-Ralnev- ""I'l ed A Czecho-Slovak- 1 1 Tote-grap- con-niiiip- h no-co- Bel-glu- army. Tell Your Congressman to Vote for Prohibition jr. Pago Two. LETTER FROM EDWIN PHOTOGRAPHS OF NAVY HEROES WANTED I TUB CITIZEN SIZE OF ARMY CAMPS AND CANTONMENTS INCREASED More than $22,000,000 have been July 18, 1918 R. EMBREE The Navy Department is collecting photographs of enlisted men expended during the past six months under the direction of tho u t wh0 Io3(J lh(,(r "kMp raemopy may bo pcrpe iuatod. Construction Division of the Army Br ROY C. B LA KEY, Ph. D., of UaiveriJty ol Mlnnou in making additions and improve ments U ramps and cantonments, a( IliMiJ llnl-liia ft la nil aI litis l.t ' " " This docs not inrlude the cost of lend them to Hio Navy that copies Whon we stop to think, wc know that it is not twenty-on- e billions does not includo the cost of nd. may ho made for tlio Navy's records. ditions to the hospital equipments of dollars which our government wants ultimately, but twenty billion Originals will he returned to the dollars' worth of commodities and service. Our national income does not owners as fast as copies can he r the Improvements made at other Army stations. consist of forty-fiv- e or fifty billions of dollars of gold, silver and paper, made.. help was given to Uclgium, Serbia The improvement work consisted but of that many dollars' worth of wheat, lumber, minerals, clothing, A photograph of each man is to Poland and other war stricken of additional buildings for housing automobiles etc. There are less than five billions of actual gold, silver When America entered lie forwarded by tho Navy Departs the men and providing for their countries. nnd paper dollars in existence in the United Stntes. These dollars arn to the training station where comforts anil needs. Among build and the Red Cross was ho hegan his career in the service, inifs erected were quarters tho counters In terms of which the real things nrc measured and by means organized with n War Council which offfor of which they arc exchanged more easily. For our present 'uin080 to set out to cover the whole field of re- - At each of such stations a memori- - icers and nurses, repair shops, ad lief in a comprehensive manner, the al gallery of honor or a hero's ditional barracks, coffee - roasting have gold or silver or paper is not to have anything of value in itself, Foundation withdrew its War Relief corner is to be established so that plants, kitchens, and bakeries, and but merely to have a claim upon real things for which it ran be exchanged. Commission and in effect merged its for all linio the face of the nun of theaters. New roads were laid and It is obvious that our government needs money in order that it may war relief funds and staff with thoso the Navy who has made the su- sanitation works improved and ex exchange it for men and commodities, for it is with these that it must preme sacrillco may be honored by tended. ot the Red Cross. (The Foundation the German military forces. It is obvious, nlso, that it must have gave five million to the first Red the youth of the future sent to the Many aduitionai liuiunngs arc fight .station for training. these men and commodities now. Munitions of 1930 and men not yet Cross war fund and three million to contemplated, and general construe All pictures loaned or contributed, lion work will lie rushed to com born, cannot be hurled against the enemy's lines. Tho burden of furnishthe second war fund). The Commission is now doing should be securely wrapped for pletion during tho summer and fall. ing all of these things must be assumed now; it cannot bo put off till mailing after they have been marked In some instances the camp worK the future. three definite pieces of work: 1. Making complete demonstrations with tho name, branch of service, has been extended to drainage of If wo could liorrow from other nations, wo might fight tho war with of approved dispensary treatment in and (raining station the young man an entiro district surrounding tho what they loaned to us and wc ourselves go ahead consuming what wo Paris and one rural entered after enlistment. The camp to remove danger of discaso one ward of should be addressed to the Recruitsection of France. arising from the proximity of produce, as we have been doing before the war. In that case, wo could 2. Establishimr centers for the ing Division, Bureau of Navigation, swamps. shift the paying of them that is, the burden of the war, to the future. training of tuberculosis workers and Nay Department, Washington, D. Liberty theaters have been erected But there are no other nations who can lend to us at this time; we ourvisiting nurses and awarding a num- C. Care will he taken to return at national Army cantonments. Each selves must raise an army, equip it and keep it supplied. Not only must ber of scholarships to enable quali- safely the photograph to the sender, of these theaters has an avcrgc inall of this be done at home, but in addition wc must help to feed and equip fied candidates to take these courses. when desired, together with one of closed seating capacity of 2,000. our allies. None of this can be left to tho future. 3. Carrying on thruout all France the copies made of it. 1 heaters and amusement halls have an educational campaign in methods Of course the next generation will bo injured becauso of this war. been erected also in the National of preventing and curing tuberculosis. FIVE BULLETS IN HIS BACK AND Guard ramps and at other points Billions of dollars' worth of labor and food and steel and other materials The American Red Cross is workwhere troops are in training. FIGHTING! that are now absolutely destroyed in vftr aro diverted from tho construcwith this ing in hearty In an article about his experition of railroads, irrigation systems, manufacturing plants, improved Commission, furnishing the sanatoria care and the relief in the form of ences in the trenches, a young boy BETTER SHIP LOADING HELPS roads, houses, all of which might have aided our descendants and mado OUR ALLIES their lives fuller and happier. If a man's property is destroyed, his chilbetter nourishment and better living says in the August "American Magconditions, all of which have so im- azine": Economies of approximately 20 dren receive an impaired heritage; both ho and they suffer. Our descend"Once down on the Somme, there per cent in shipping weight and 50 ants must suffer in this fashion because much of their patrimony is being portant an effect in both the prevenwas a fellow lighting by mo. I was per cent in shipping space have retion and the cure of this disease. destroyed. But their sacrifice in tho future cannot relieve our present in the infantry then, and he said to sulted from improved methods of sacrifice by one jot or one tittle. We cannot, as a nation, postpone our I me, 'I say There's sump'n tho packing merchandise for overseas FOR MEN WHO DRINK burden if wc would, nor can the future help us. Then why delude ourTo the married man who cannot nutter with my back. Wish you'd practiced by the Army Quarterselves with thinking that it can? wo see what it is.' get along without his drink, master Corps. This is equivalent to suggest the following solution to "So i ran my hand up under his about 2.500 tons space per months. the bondage of his habit: tunic, and I could feel Ave bullets For the shipment of clothing and NEW SHELL PLANT DEPARTMENT MEDICAL LOADING HAS Start a saloon in your own home. under the skin. Felt just like a row equipage, including such items as MOBILE APPARATUS TO PROWILL HANDLE 52,000 SHELLS You will of marblesl A machine gun must blankets, barrack bags, towels, shelBe tho only customer. VIDE FRESH WATER A DAY have no license to pay. Give your have swept him from some emplaceter tent, halves, bedding and other The Atneivan soldier in France gallon of ment we'd passed without seeing dry goods, in addition to wearing wife 82.00 to buy a Quantity if not capacity shipments tut pure drinking water from whiskey, and remember there are it. He could have quit all right,' apparel, baling has been substituted will start soon from a new (iovern- - ui"lii!e watei tr.iins. The trains nro sixty-nin- e drinks in one gallon. with five bullets in him. But not, for boxing, and tho weight of the ment shell loading factory in New under the juridiclion of the Army Buy your drinks from none but on your lifel Ho went right ahead lumber has been saved. The boles Teooy, one of four such Govern Medical Department. They are your wife, and by the time tho first fighting, and pretty soon he got it average 30 by 15 by 15 inches and ment plants, each of which is larger immature water works, which gallon is gone, sho will have $8.00 to again, this time in the intestines, weigh 00 pounds. They arc bound than any similar plant in the world. rlieiiurally treat, lllter. and sterilize When turning out 52,000 loaded water, making it lit for consumption. put in the bank and $2.00 to start " 'S"ump'n is wrong again! ' ho said; with not les3 than four cold rolled Burlap shells a day under full operation, What municipal water works do to business again. kind unannealed steel hand. and ho looked down at himself Should you live ten years, and of funny. But ho didn't quit even over waterproofed heavy paper is the plant will use 2,000 tons of shells insure healthful water to (he people continue to buy booze from her, and then. He kept on fighting all that ued to cover the bales, and there and explosives daily, the products 'f a city, these trains do for the then die of snakes in your boots, day till the job we were on was' are two "ears" on either end of tho r some 75 factories. More than soldier. 5,0u workmen will lie required. A number of purification units she will have enough money to bury finished!" bain for handling. I'lniis contemplate employment of with attached uiotor-tnu- k trucks you decently, educate your children, Women are stevedores on the a liirgo number of women. Tho buy a house and lot, and marry a docks in France. There is a law marking of shells to designate size, r. institute a train. Each unit is a CAMP decent man and forget all about STUDENT NURSES ENTER they shall not be required to carry load and range will require 250.000 complete lllleration plant, including Arriving at a stream, SCHOOLS laboratory. you. packages weighing more than 70 it set.s its hose into the water and for! pounds. Packages shipped to tho operations each day. Threo hundred applicants The plant has a total area of apthru a pressure student nurses to enter training' American Expeditionary Forces arc proximately 2,500 acres. More than inunp the water water passes ANNEX EXCLUSIVELY FOR AMERI(lie thru AT LONDON schools in the base hospitals at standardized so they shall not wcigii too buildings, with an aggregate lank. Before CANS IS OPENED a siuid tiller, it N treated chemically HOSPITAL cantonments were accepted recently. more than 70 pounds for handling floor spare of 1.300,000 squaro feet, to rid it of disease germs. The pure ha.Vo been more than a by one woman carrier, or more than A press cablegram from London, There will proviilo storage for shells nnd water is pumped into tanks mounted 19, says: thousand applications for entrance ISO pounds by two women carriers. parts and for material. A small city i' trucks, whirh carry the water lo under date of June "Tho American Red Cross today to these Army schools of nursing Men handle the heavier packages with heating and lighting plants, the soldiers. opened in' its Lancaster Gate Hos- since tho Government sent out its and the boxes that must be used In- water and sewage systems, hospitals, Ih'icIi mobile water unit carries pital, where botli American and call for student nurses. stead of bales. plant, and restaurants, an expert chemist, bacteriologist, Officers arc treated, a British The majority of those offering! The Quartermaster Corps recom- was built to house the employees. and pump man. There is a comannex, which will be used exclusivetheir services have been college mends to manufacturers supplying There is equipment to protect the plete laboratory in the front of the ly for Americans. Us staff will he women, or women with a complelo the Army many similar economies lualth of those who work with machine for tho testing of water. composed entirely of American high school education. The train-- ) in packing and shipping which will poisonous gaes, and a school for in- Tests are made every two hours or trained nurses. ing units will bo assigned, it is result in even more pronounced struction in the loading of artillery 'nore often when it is thought nerc-sar"Mrs. Whitclaw Reid. widow of expected during tho present month, r space The water is lifted into the and weight saving. Round ammunition with high explosives. the former American Ambassador Each unit will number 25 or 30 cans and The operating plant consists of tiller by a gasoline pump engine, and containers entail a waste to Great Britain; Lady Harcourt, forunits, each inde- 'i complete supply of extra pipes and and will be super-- 1 in space of 23 per cent. Square con- 13 merly Miss Mary Burnes. of New student nurses pendent of the other, with equip- luols are carried m that all repairs, Maj. William vised by an accredited and competent tainers aro urged. It is estimated York; Lady Osier and by a trained that every inch saved thru bale ment for loading 13 sizes of shells, either from accident or shell lire, F.ndicott. American Red Cross com- nursing instructor and The responsible for compression is worth 05 cents in ranging from the recently developed enn be made on the spot. missioner to Great Britain, attended woman, who will be '17 millimeter I" Ifi inches. On two trucks are equipped with electric the physical welfaro and recreation. ship space. the opening." sizes of the shells, the propelling liuhts so that llii' work can be rhnrco will aNo be loaded, the shell curried on at niuht . Many of the anil enrtrideo rase being assembled i hemisLs nnd bacteriologists nssigncd AMERICAN L0C0M0TVIE ENGINEERS ON THE JOB IN FRANCE :it the plant. All other shells nro lit the mohilo laboratories wero assembled in France. formerly connected with municipal In the construction of the wnler works and nitration plants. units, the problem was far greater than one of mere building. CRACK NAVY GUNNER STOPS Immense fans have been installed SUBMARINE 1 dispose of the poisonous fumes I The fourth shot from n gun from the high explosives. When a manned by a Navy armed guard on nil is in operation, tho air in tho nn American merchant ship struck loading room is changed every the conning tower of a German subSpecially designed marine, which attacked tho ship f w minutes. suits w ill he worn during work with May 12. last, at 1,000 yards distance the explosives. Tho submarino was compelled to submerge nflor having launched INFORMATION SERVICE BUREAU four torpedoes; two of which missed the stenmer's bow by about 12 feet. EXPANDS RAPIDLY Chief Gunner's Mate Harry R. The Service Bureau of Jho Com- C.hnmliers, commanding tho armed mittee on Public Information has Kiiard, was commended by Secretary taken over vnrious departmental Daniels for efficient conduct. independent information bureaus at I'nion Station, Washington, will FRENCH RED CROSS SENDS consolidate and roorganizo them nnd LETTER OF THANKS FOR bo prepared lo give all visitors ao- A. R. C. GIFT i iirate information on Government j 1110 following leuer lias iiceu n- business and tho names and location ceiveii ny .Major rernuis, of those clothed with authority to sioner for Europe, of the American speak nnd act for tho Government. Red Cross, from tho president of Since tho service bureau opened the general committee of tho Croix ' offices. May I, it has built up a llongo Francaiso. T l.n.. In ,n.'ttrtfitufft Cilnlflf fit card-inde- x system 50,000 with entries, many of tho cards being the magnificent gift of ten million subject to daily revision and cor- francs, which you have transmitted In a recent week, tho to me thru Count do Mareull. wishrection. bureau handled 1,030 visitors seek- ing thus lo prove your sympathy j r u e uro hero nuvu hard ut work uhMiublnu; u big Ameriiun ing special information and answered foi France nnd to consecrate tho .Some of thu American locomotive engineer now lit engine. an average of 150 query letters daily. lies existing beweon our two ad-su- is an extract taken from a letter by Edwin It. Embrce, a grandson of Father Fee, who sailed last week for F ranee to help In tho executive organization of the work of the Rockefeller Foundation During the early years of the war, the Hockcfcllcr Foundation maintained n War Relief Commission which was ' 1 .7". The following Burden of Carrying on the War Cannot Be Shifted to the Future GROCERS HELP IN SIGN 5M0 PROGRAM. PLAN OUT PLEDGE TO CARRY FOOD ADMINISTRATION POST Explain CARDS New IN STORES. or. Wheat Ruling to Thousands of Customers Insures Greater Food Saving. flroccr of the nnllon have accepted enthusiastically tho 60 W) basts for the purchase of wheat Hour and are doing their utmost to explain the new regulation to the housewife. This ruling bjr the U. 3. Food Administration requires encb purchaser of wheat flour to buy one pound of cereal substitute, one kind or assorted, for every pound ot wheat (lour. It was necessary to re- strict the use of wheat (lour In order thai the allies nnd our flstitliiK force abroad might be insured of an adequate supply of wheat to meet their vital needs. This supply must come from our savings because we have already sent our normal surplus. Wheat saving pledge enrds were forwarded by the Food Administration to all retail food merchants, and these are being signed and posted In stores throughout the country This can! ulules, "We plcdgo ourselves loyally to carry out the Food Administration program. In accordance with this order we will not sell any wheat flour except where the purchaser buys an equal weight of one or morn nf the following, a grenler use of which In the home will snvc wheat: "Comment, corn flour, edible corn tarrh. hominy, corn grits, barley (lour, (otato (tour, swe( potato Hour, soy bean flour, fctertta flour and meals, rice, lire flour, oatmeal, rolled outs and huckwhent flour." Some confusion tins resulted on the inrt of the consumer In construing (his ruling to mean that an equal amount In value of substitutes must he purchased with wheat flour. This Is a mistaken Idea. The ruling (Hies that the consumer In purchasing flour shall "buy nl the same time an equal weloht of other cerenls." One exception to this ruling Is concerning graham flour and whole wheat flour, which may be sold at the ratio of three pounds to Ave pounds of wheat flour. This provision Is made because approximately 23 per cent more of the wheat berry Is used In the manufacture ot these flours than standard wheat flour. Another exception (a that concerning mixed flours containing less than M) per cent of wheat flour, which may be sold without substitutes. Retailers, however, are forbidden to sell mixed flours containing more than f0 per cent, of wheat flour to any person unless the amount of wheat flour substitutes sold Is sufllclent to make the total amount of substitutes. Including those mixed In flours, cquat to the amount In wheat flour In the mixed flour. For Instance, If any mixed flour Is purchased containing 00 per cent, wheat flour and 40 per cent substitutes It Is necessary that an additional 20 per cent of substitutes be purchased. This brings It to the basis ot one pound of substitutes for each pound of wheat flour. A special exemption may be granted upon application In the case of specially prepared Infunts and Invalids' food containing Hour when the necessity Is shown. Some misunderstanding seems to exist on the part of consumers In assuming that with the purchase of wheat flour one must confine the additional fiO per cent purchase to one of the substitutes. This Is not the case. One mny select from tho entire range of substitutes a sufllclent amount of each to bring the total weight of all substitutes equal to the weight of the wheat For Instance, If flour purchased. purchase of 21 pounds of wheat flour Is made a range of substitutes may bo selected as follows: Cornmeal, S pounds; corn grtta, 4 pounds; rice, 4 pounds; buckwheat, 2 pounds; com starch, 1 pound; bomlny, 2 pounds; rolled oats, 3 pounds. These substitutes may be used In (he following manner: Cornmeal, 8 Pounds. Corn bread, no flour; com mufllns or spoon bread, flour or one-thlrice or "50-.'iOto-tone-fourt- h one-thir- d lire-lighti- ng 20-b- v. shell-loadi- shell-loadi- ng j I- - Com Stnrch, 1 Pound. Thickening gravy, making custnrd, substitute In cake. Corn Orlts. 4 Pounds. Fried like mush, used with meal In making com hrend. Rolled Oats. 3 Pounds. f to substitutes In brend, substitute In mufllns; breakfast porridge, use freely; oatmeal cookies, oatmeal soup. h Huckwhent Hour, 2 Pounds. substltuto In liread, buckwheat cakes. Hominy, 2 Pounds. Rolled for dinner, baked for dinner, with checso sauce. Rice, 4 Pounds. substisubstitute In whent bread, tute In com bread, boiled for dinner (a bread cut), as u breakfast food, to thicken soups, rice pudding Instead ot cake or pie, rlco batter cukes. Several grocers have stated that their customers who strictly observe the It wbcatlcss meuls each week And It necessary to buy substitutes In addition to those ordered under the one-thir- d One-fourtone-thir- d one-halOne-fourtOno-fourt- h ono-thir- d 50-6- 0 tutes hominy; 20 In whole bread. per cent substi- plan. 1 .Tuly 18, 1018. THE CITIZEN little longer. reached twenty-tw- Pago Three Then happened one of the great dls-- , appointments of my life. Sho didn't see the Joke. She wns English. Sho gasped nnd glared nt me, and I think she went out and reported that I was delirious again. Heally, I wasn't much Impressed by the English king. He seemed n pleasant, tired little man with a great burden to bear and not much of nn Idea nbout how to bear It. lie struck mo as an Individual who would conscientiously do his best In nny situation, but would never do or sny nnythlng with the slightest suspicion of a punch to It. A few dnys after his visit to the hos-pltal 1 saw In the Ofllclnl London Ga- zette that I hod been hwnrdert tho dls-- ! After the number bod they told mc that o "OVER THERE The Thrill and the Hell of the Trenches, Described bu an American Bou perhaps there were n few more In there, but they thought they'd better let them stay. SERGEANT McCLINTOCK HcCllntock of Lexington, Kb-- , and the Canadian Gripping Tale Tbat fivero American VIII Read for lie Tells the Pacts Unadorned. Wounded, a Distinguished Conduct Medal Man, lie Was Invalided Home, But Is Going "Out There" Again to Fight For Uncle Sam and Ills Allies. An Inspiring, Interesting, Personal Narrative, Full of the Spirit and Atmosphere of the .Trenches. Armu Sergeant Alexander lias HtTIIIITTTTIIIITITTTTTTTTTTIITITITIIXIIIimmrmTfl My wounds hnd become septic, nnd It wos necessary to give all nttentlon to drnlnnge nnd cure. It was nbout this time Hint everything for awhile seemed to become hazy nnd my mem-orlcs got nil queerly mixed up nnd I recollect I conceived n confusvd. violent dislike for a black dog thnt np--1 peored from nowhere now nnd then and began chewing nt my leg, and I believe I gnve the nurse n severe talking to because shu Insisted on going to look on nt the ball game when she ought to be sitting by to chase thnt dog nwuy. And I was perfectly certain nbout her bring nt the hall game, because I saw her there when I was playing third base. The Alarming Cablegram. It was at this time (on Nov. 28, 1010, ten days lifter I had been wounded) that my father In Lexington received tho following cablegram from the olllcer In chnrge of the Canadian 1 No. 6 records In England: DECORATED FOR BRAVERY; HOME AND UNCLE SAM Bg Sincerely regret to Inform you that Ber. grant Alexander McCllntock la officially reported dangerouIy III In No. E general hoipltal from gunshot wound In left thigh. Further particulars supplied when received. Sergeant Alexander HcCllntock, D. C. M.. 87tn Overseas Batt. Canadian Gren. Guards 1917, Copyright. by the Hell Syndicate, Inc. Thit it the concluding article of the terlet of tlx by Sergeant ilcCllntock, an American boy of Lexington, Ky., who hat teen tervice in France, uxi decorated for bravery and invalided home. lie hat been promiied a in our army. The flrit five inttallmentt told of the fighting in lielgium and on the Bomme, where Thlt he was dctpcrately wounded. final imtallment deicribei hit journey to the rear with twenty two piecei of thrapnel in one leg and hit meeting with the king in a London hotpital. com-milli- WAS taken from Pozlcrcs to Albert In n Illvvcr ninliuliiiicc or, nH the TommU'H would sny, a "tin Lizzie." Tin- - mini who drove this vehicle would mnkt it good chauffeur for nn adding machine. Apparently he was counting the humps In the rond, for ho didn't miss one of them. However, tho trip wiih only n mutter of seven mllcH, mid I won In fulr condition when they lifted me out and cnrrled me to an operating table In the ileld dressing station. A chaplain came along and murmured n little prnycr In ray ear. I Imagine that would have made a man feel very solemn If he had thought there wiih n chance he wan about to pass out, hut I knew I merely hud n leg pretty badly smashed up, and while the chaplain was praying I was wondering If they would have to cut It off. I figured, If so, thin would handicap my dancing. The first formality In a shrapnel case Is the administration of an antitetanus Innnculntlon, and when It Is done you realize that they ore sure trying to save your life. The doctor uses ii horse syringe, and the Injection leaven a lump on your chest as big as ii baseball, which stays with you for forty-eigh- t hours. After the Injection n nurse tills out a diagnosis blank with u description of your wounds and n record of your name, age, regiment, regimental number, religion, parentage and previous history as far as she enn discover It without asking questions which would be positively Indelicate. After nil of that my wounds were given their first real dressing. Immediately after this was done I was bundled Into another ambulance and driven to Contny. where the C. C. I B. (casualty clearing station) and rail head were located. In the ambulance with me were three other soldiers, nn urtlllery olllcer and two privates of Infantry. We were all ticketed off as shrapnel cases and probable recoveries, which latter detail Is remnrknhle, slnco the most slightly Injured of the four had twelve wounds, and there were sixty odd shell fragments or shrapnel bnlls collectively Imbedded In us. The nurse had told me that I had uhout twenty wounds. Afterwurd her count proved conservative. More uccurnto and later returns showed twenty-twbullets and shell fragments were In my leg. They took theso out and presented them to me. I have been giving them uway for souvenirs. We were fulrly comfortable In the ambulance, nnd I especially hud great relief from the fact thut tho nurse hud strapped my leg In u sling attached to the top of tho vehicle. We paradise. hut which constituted the In the smoked clgnrettes and knitted cheerwurd for leg wounds 1 was fully, exchanging congratulations on special ones" that Is, lifted from the stretcher on which i having got "clean nil the wuy from Poziercs wounds not probably futal. The ur- hud traveled bed with fresh, tlllery olllcer told mo he hud been sup- Into a comfortable Instnutly I found myporting our battalion thut morning clean sheets, uud with quiet, trained, self surrounded with one of tho "sucrlllco butteries." efficient cure. 1 forgot tho pain of my A sacrifice battery, 1 might explain, coming composed of tleld pieces which wounds and the dread of tho Is ono food the front uud operation wheu n tray of delicious nurse ure cmphieed between In cuse of nn wus pluced beside my bed und n support lines and which me for tho enjoyment of it uttack or counterattack nro fired ut prepared by buthlug my face nnd hands with range. They cull them scented wuter. point blunk sucrlllco batteries becuuse soiuo of On the following morning my leg them uro wiped out every duy. This was and photographed. I told morning oUlcer suld our battalion that tho surgeon I thought tho business of had been supported by un entire dl1 operating could very well bo put off Eton of artillery nnd that on our front until I hud hud nbout three more of 400 yunls tbo eighteen pounders square meals, but he couldn't see It alone, In u curtuln tire which lusted that way. In tho afternoon I got my minutes, hurt discharged thirty-twtlrst sickenlug doso of ether, uud they 16,000 rounds of high explosive shells. took tho Urst lot of Iron out of me. I I wub Impressed by his statement, of supiose theso were Just the surface course, but I told him thut, whllu this deposits, for they only got live or six was un astonishing lot of ammunition, pieces. However, they continued sysIt was even moro surprising to have tematically. I had five moro operanoticed ut close range, us 1 did, the tions, ami every time I cumo out of number of (lermaus they missed. To- the ether the row of bullets uud shell ward the end of our trip to Contny we liCrnps. at, the foot of my bedwasu wero much exhausted uud pretty badly o o It appears that daring tho tlmo of my ndventurcs with the black dog and the Inattentive nurse my temperature hud ascended to the stage when the doctors began to admit another method of treatment might have been successful. Hut I didn't pass out. The one thing I most regret nbout inj close cnll is thnt my parents in Lexington were In unrelieved suspense nbout my condition until I myself scnl them n cable from London on December IB. After the first ofllclnl message, seemingly prepared almost as a Two of the Nursing 8lters Were the preface to the announcement of my Coolest Individuals Present. demise, my father received no newt of me whatever. And, as I didn't know shaken up. Wo were beginning nlso thnt the ofllclnl message hnd gone, I to realize we were by no mean!) out allied nothing to him until I was feelof the woods surgically. Our wouuds ing fairly chipper again. You can't hart merely been dressed. Each of us have wars, though, without these little faced nn extensive and serious operamisunderstandings. tion. We arrived at C'ontay silent and If It were possible I should sny twenty-fou- r For pretty badly depressed. something here which would be fitting hours In the Contny casualty the English womclearing station they did little except und adequate about1!,500 wounded men feed us and take our temperatures en who nursed the In general hospital No. 5 at Houen, hourly. Then we were put Into u but that power Isn't given me. All I train for Houen. can do Is to fall back upon our most Germans Bomb Hospital Train. profound American expression of re Illgbt here I would like to tell n lit- spect und sny thnt my hat Is on to tle story about u hospital train leav- them. One nurse In the ward in which ing Contay for Houen not the one we I luy hod been on her feet for fifty-siwere on, but one which had left a few hours, with hardly time even to eat. days before. The trnln, when It wus She tlnnlly fainted from exhaustion, Just ready to depart with n full quutu wns carried out of the wurd and wus of wounded men, was attacked by buck ugiiln In four hours, assisting nt German aeroplanes from which bombs an operation. And the doctors were were dropped upon It. There Is noth- doing their bit, too. In living up to the ing apparently that makes the Ger- obligations which they considered to mans so fearless nnd ferocious as the be theirs. An operating room was In I ted Cross emblem. On the top of each every ward, with Ave tobies In each. of the cars In this train there wus a After the fight ou tho Soinme, In which lted Cross big enough to be seen from I was wounded, not n table wus vamiles In tho air. The German aviators cant any hour In the twenty-fou- r for accepted them merely as excellent tar- days at n time. Outside of each room gets. Their bombs quickly knocked was a long line of stretchers containthree or four cars from the rulls and ing patients next awaiting surgical atkilled severul of the helplessly woundtention. And in all that stress I did ed men. The rest of the patients, weak not hear one word of complaint from and nervous from recent shock and the Burgeons who stood hour after some of them hulf delirious and hour, using their skill and training for neurly nil of them absolutely helpless the petty pay of English army medical and In pain, were thrown Into near officers. panic. On December 0 I was told I was Two of the nursing sisters In chnrge well enough to bo sent to England, of tho trnlu were tho coolest Individnext duy I went on a hosuals present. They wulked calmly up and on the from Houen to Havre. Here and down Its length, urging the pa- pital train placed on u hospital ship which tients to remain quiet, directing the I was medical olllcer In our army every male attendants how to remove tho ought to have u chance to Inspect. wounded men safely from the wrecked Nothing Ingenuity could contrive for cars and paying no attention whatever convenience and comfort wns missing. explod to the bombs which were still below decks In ing near the train. I did not have the Patients were sent placed In swinging and then privilege of witnessing this scene mywhich hung level no matter self, but I know that I have accurately cradles ship's motion might be. As described It, for tho details wero told what the comfortable report when the king soon us I had been made was given a In an olllclal In my particular cradle I Hoy-a- l decorated tho two sisters with the engrnved upon It: "Pre-lted Cross for vulor in the face of box which bad the enemy. The trip from Contny to Houen was hours traveln nightmare twenty-si- r ing 150 miles on u train which was forever stopping and starting. Its Jerky and uncertain progress meaning to us I Just hours and hours of suffering. do not know whether this part of the system for tho removul of wounded has beiii Improved now. Then, Its Inconveniences nnd Imperfections must have been inevitable, for In every wuy ufterward the most thoughtful and tender care was shown us. In the long rows of huts which compose the British general hospital nt Houen we found ourselves In whut seemed like hos-plt- al x morc they hnd forgotten to bring the first trip. The second day, after I hart , been Installed on a cot In the King (leorgo hospital, In London, I sent 1,600 clgnrettes back to tho boys of our battalion In France out of my surplus stock. If I hnd undertaken to cat and drink nnd smoke nil the things thnt were brought to mc by Amer-lenn- s Just because I wns an American I'd be back in that hospttnl now only getting fnlrly started on tho Job. It's gome country when you need It. Wounded Get Qreat Welcome. The wounded soldier getting buck to England doesn't hnve n chnnce to Imagine thnt his services are not appreciated. The welcome he receives begins at the railroad station. All trnf- flc Is stopped by the bobbles to give the ambulances n clear way leaving The people stnnd In the stntlon. crowds, the men with their lints off, while the ambulances imss1. Women rush out nnd throw flowers to the wounded men. Sometimes there is n cheer, but usually only silence and words of sympnthy. The King George hospital wns built to be n government printing office nnd was neoring completion when the wnr broke out. It has been made a paradise for convalescent men. The bareness and the sick suggestion nnd characteristic smell, so to speak, of the average hospital are unknown here. There are soft lights nnd comfortnble beds nnd pretty women going about as visitors. The stage beauties and comedians como to entertain us. The food Is delicious, and the chief thought of every one seems to be to show the Inmates what n comfortable and cheery thing It Is to be 111 among n lot of real friends. I wns there from December until Fcbrunry, nnd my recollection; of the stay nrc so pleasant that sometimes I wish I was back. On the Friday before Chrlstmai there wus a concert In our ward. Among the artists who entertained ut were Fay Compton, Gertrude Elliott (sister of Maxlne Elliott), George Itoble nnd other stars of the Londor DISCOVERED RIGHT TO THINK Author Relates How Young Harvard Student Broke the Conventional Trappings and Bonds. Is thinking n science, nn nrt or a profession? Henry Hnzlltt, niithnr of n book on "Thinking," cnlls It n science nnd nn nrt. George Horsey, nuthnr of "Young Low" that delightful anthropological novel of n modern, bullion boy mnkes one of hls fnsclnntlng scien- tist characters' declare thnt thinking Is n profession, ns Is fishing, lying, People Stand In Crowds, the Men With Hata Off, WWIe Ambulances Pass. sented with the compliments of the Union Custlo line. May you havo u Tho box speedy und good recovery." contulned cigarettes, tobacco and a pipe. When the ship docked at Southampton, after a run of eight hours across chtinnel, each putlent wus asked what part tf the Ilrltlsh Isles bo would like to bo taken to for the period of bis convalescence. I requested to bo tukeu to Loudon, where, I thought, there was the best chanco of my seeing Americans who might know me. Sny, 1 sure made u good guess 1 didn't know many Amerlcuus, but I didn't need to know them. They found mo und made themselves acquainted. They brought things. andtheuthey went. out, to get 1 tlngulshed conduct medal. Olllclal let- ters from the Cnnndlan headquarters nmpiincu this inrormniion, nnii n no- tlce from the iiritisn war ouico in- formed mc that the medal awaited roc there. I was told the king knew thnt the mednl had been awarded mo when he spoke to mc In the hospital. Despite glowing reports in the Kentucky press, he didn't pin It on me. Probably he didn't hnve It with hlra, or perhaps he didn't consider It good form to hong n D. C. M. on n suit of striped presen-tntlo- n pnjnmas with a prevailing tone of baby blue. While I wns In tho King George hospital I witnessed one of tho most wonderful examples of courage nnd pluck I have ever seen. A young Scot only nineteen yenrs old, McAuley by nnmc, had had the greater part of his faco blown awny. The surgeons had patched him up In some fashion, but ho was horribly disfigured. He was the brightest, merriest man In the ward, always Joking nnd never depressed. His own terrible misfortune was merely the topic for humorous comment with him. He seemed to get positive amusement out of tho fact that the surgeons were always sending for htm to do something more with his face. One day he bondmnn. was going Into the operating room and n fellow pntlent asked him what the Blowing Wells. new operation was to be. Whnt are known ns blowing wells "Oh," he said, "I'm going to hnve n nrc not at nil uncommon, although In cabbage put on In place of a head. some localities they nre called "breathKti.ge. After our protracted stny In ing," "sucking," "weather" or "baromthe trenches nnd our long absence It'll prow better than the one I have eter" wells. The United States geologinow." from nil the civilized forms of amusecal survey finds that in nearly every Once In n fortnight he would raon-ng- e well ment the affair seemed to us the most of thnt kind the blowing nnd to get leave to absent himself from sucking occur alternately; thnt Is, nt wonderful show ever given. And In some ways It was. For Instance, In the hospital for nn hour or two. He certain times the current Is outwnrd, the most entertaining of dramatic ex- never came buck nlone. It took a nnd nt Intervening periods Inward. Tho hibitions did you ever see the lody couple of men to bring him In. On the phenomenn ore caused by differences artists go around und reword enthu- next morning he would say: In atmospheric or barometric pressure. "Well, It wns my birthday. A mnn siastic udpIuuso with kisses? Well, The necessary conditions seem to be u few drinks on his birth must have n porous stratum of soil, such as sandday." stone, gravel or porous limestone, only I wos discharged from the hospltnl pnrtly saturated with water, and overin the middle of February nnd sent to by some Impervious substance such a comfortable place at Hastings. Sus laidshale or cloy. So long ns the atsex, where I lived until my furlough ns pressure Is high, the nlr is papers came through. I had n fine mospheric driven Into the well, where It collects In London at the theaters and time In the upper pnrt of the porous straclubs pending my departure for home. tum nbovc the wuter level. When tho When my furlough had arrived I went pressure drops, the air flows out with to Hoxton, Derbyshire, where the Cnforce, and In so doing pronndlan discharge depot was located, considerable duces what is known ns "blowing." and wns provided with transportation The blowing usually occurs during to Montreal. I came back to America storm periods or when the wind Is In on the Canadian Pacific Itoynl Mall during certuln Metnguma, and the trip wns n certain direction or steamer In some coses periods of the day. without Incident of nny sort. We lay marsh gas or oil or rock gas may cause for a time In the Mersey, awaiting a similar blowing effect. word that our convoy was ready to see us out of the danger zone, nnd n deIngenuity Misapplied. stroyer escorted us 400 miles on our Every dny or so we see where n boy way, who used to get licked for drawing I wns Informed before my departure thnt n commission as lieutenant In the pictures In school Is now n famous arWhat were you Canadian forces awaited ray return tist or cartoonist. whipped in school for, mostly? And from furlouxh. nnd I had every intention of going back to accept It, but nre you putting it to any practical pursince I got to America things have hap- pose now? We got licked once for red pened. Now It's the army of Uncle moving the hairpins from a head at the desk In front of us Sam for mine. I've written these stories to show whnt we are up against. but there Is no great demand for talents of thnt sort now. Another time, you," he said, "for myself and It's going to be n tough game nnd n we "I thank missed a boy with a paper wad bloody one und a sorrowful one for services." my people for your many, but It's mostly right on one and hit the tenchcr but there Is much thnt's whut we got. And I am proud side and nil wrong ou the other and competition In the grenade throwing to suy that it was Miss Compton who I'm glad we're in It. I'm not willing to business now, and our aim is no better quit soldiering now, but I will be when than it wns then. Again, we had a Dull conferred tills honor upon me. At nbout three o'clock on that nfter-- we get through with this. Hecnuse of twine In our pocket, nnd we tied noon, when we were all having a good when we finish up with nil this there the end of the string to our desk, nnd time, one of the orderlies threw open won't be any necessity for soldiering. then walked around the room, unwindthe door of the ward nnd announced The world will be free of war for a ing twine the while, entangling the teacher and most of tho students. Da In n loud voice thnt his majesty the long, long time, nnd n God's mercy you see nny financial or political possiking was coming in. Wo could not that. (THE END.) bilities now for a genius which thus have been more surprised if some ono manifested Itself at the age of thirhad thrown In a Mills bomb. Almost teen? Claude Callan In Kansas City The State of Westsylvanla. Immediately the king walked In, nc--( The "province and government of Star. compiinled by a number of nlds. They were all In service uniforms, tho king vVestsylvanln" was a proposal made by Ancients Knew of Periscope. having little in the style of his uni- the settlers In the southwest of Pennform to distinguish him from the oth- sylvania and the adjacent territory for It Is not generally known that tho ers. He walked around, presenting tho creation of a new stute. It orlgl- - history of the periscope dates back each patient with u copy of "Queen tinted In connection with the troubles, to tho time of Aristotle and Euclid. Of Mary's Gift Hook," an artistic little between Vlrgluln and Pennsylvania, course, neither of theso erudite anv volume, with pictures and short stories und the scheme was brought forward dents had the actual article used toby the most famous of English artists early in July, 1770. A description of day, but they discovered that part of and writers. When ho nenred my bed tho proposed government defines the tho theory of light and optics which Is he turned to ono of tho nurses nnd In-- 1 bounds ns "beginning at tho eastern present In the working of a periscope. branch of the Ohio opposite the mouth quired : At a Inter dato tho camera obscura of the Scioto und running thence in u came to bollle tho world, tho scientists "Is this tho one?" line to the Owasloto puss, thence of the fifteenth century having evolved The nurse nodded. He came and sat direct mountains, at the side of the bod and shook hands to the toji of the Allegheny suld mount' a box In which un Image can be thrown nnd traced bv n nencll Into an actual with me. He usked as to what part of thence with the top of tho pur- ,,cture The Idea was quickly seized the United States 1 hud come from, tains to the northern limits of the e how I had got my wounds and what chase made from the Indliins in 1708 at Up0n oy 8,owraen, and n camera g nature of them were, how I was the treaty of Fort Stuuwlx, thence scura became a feature of every From first to along and whut 1 particularly with the said limits to the Allegheny or k1iow an(1 exnmitlon. wished done for me. I answered his Ohio river nnd then down the suld last the showmen raado a good deal of money out of tho Idea, until peoplo questions and suld that everything I river as purchased from the said at the uforesuld trenty of Fort came to learn that there was nothing could possibly wish for had ulready Stonwlx to the beginning." A call for mnglcal about tha thing. Hoth tho been done for me. Thanked by King and Decorated for u convention to organize tho govern- periscope nnd the camera obscura ar ment was Issued, but u luemorlul of simplicity Itself. All that Is needed Bravery. Vlrglnlu ctmimltteo of West Au- are a mirror and a lens. I thank you," ho said, "for myself the county to the lower house of asray people for your services. Our gusta find the Beginning at Home. gratitude cunuot be great enough to-- , sembly led to the abandonment of Llttlo Tobln Mamma, didn't you men who have served us you pluu. Philadelphia Press. wurd say we should always try to make have." other people happy? He spoko In u very low volco und Philosophical Tate. Mamma Yes, dear. with uo assumption of royal dignity. Ono went betimes to u philosopher, Little Tobln Well. I know a llttlo There was nothing lu the least thrillwho lived In a deep well, and said unto boy that I could make very happy if ing nbout tho Incident, but there was him: much apparent sincerity In tho fey "Oh, philosopher, what is success?" I had flvo cents to buy candy with. Mamma Who is the llttlo boy? ords. And the philosopher replied: Little Tobln It's me. Alter he hod gouo one of the nurses "It Is that which the most persistasked me whut he had Bald. ent mull ou earth had nearly attained "Oh," I said, "George nsked me what when he died." Psychological Moment I thought ubout the wuy the war was "And what Is failure, O philoso"What did pa say when you told him I bald I'd drop In pher?" being conducted, und you wanted to marry me?" und tulk It over with mm as soon as "I do not know, son; 1 have never "Sold ull right, and uskert mo to tend I was well enough to be. up." sought lt. him $20." boy-min- d ' taffy-coloreob-thside-gettin, punching, bnnklng or engineering, Very enrly In his Harvard career, Young Low mokes the discovery thnt t,ns n right to think nnd It Is Htix- t hnppens, who discovers for 0Vi ,m or t10pH him to discover his Intel- lectnnl franchise. Here Is Mr. Dorsey's description of the emergence of his from Its conventional hero's trappings nnd bonds: "That night, high up In Weld (one of the Hnrvnrd dormitories), in front of my fire, I tried to puzzle It out. Huxley dares think such things, nnd n reputable firm (lores print them. Surely, I, poor. Insignificant I, have a right to think. "And I did think. I hnd never felt thnt wny before. I hnd never realized that I dare to think about these things. "I felt ns If n load hnd been lifted from me. I had no Idea where It would lend nor for the time did I core but I felt mcntnlly free for the first time In my life. And deep within me I knew whnt Huxley meant when he said that to him the chlefest good was freedom to learn, to think, nnd to say whnt ho plensed when he pleased I Until now I hnd not dared hope for such freedom . . . Thnt wns n memorable rainy day ; nnd I was grateful to Huxley. I might have to pay n price for doubting, but It would bo paid by a free man, not a i, Pago Four. THE CITIZEN Mrs. Kelly Hunt and children, of , arc mnkW an Blue Ridge, N. extended visit with relatives in Paint Lick and Berea. Mrs. Fred Cummings arrived Mon day, from Binghainplon, N. Y., for a visit with her parent, Mr. nnd Mrs. Harden Golden. Mr. nnd Mrs. Charlie Preston and Mrs. Leonard Isancs nnd children, motored to Louisville last Saturday, to see their son and brother, Will Preston, who is nt Camp Taylor. Miss Amy Myron, who has been making an extended visit with her friend, Miss May Harrison, relumed to her homo in Vol In, S. Da, this week. Mr. and Mrs. B. 11. Gabhard havo been spending severni days with Mrs. Gabbard's parents nt their home near Kingston. Miss Frances Sproule, n former Berea student, was visiting recently in the home of John Johnson and family, near Bluo Lick. Oscar N. Johnson, recently con victed of murder by a jury, nnd, given Hie death sentence by the judge, at Paris, has issued a pro test against the decision or the Court, and rests his claim upon" the ground of extenuating circumstances. He hopes Tor a reversal or the judgment in his favor. Mrs. Howard Dirney and little son, Charles trnnklin, of Wood. Harlan County, are visiting at tho home ot E. F. Diznev. Seo .Moore and Stephens tor rain' barrels, at Coal Yard. ad-M. B. McGuire, purchasing agent1 tor the Standard Wheel Co., or returned home last Saturday. He reports business good in his line in the territory he covers. A letter received by Mrs. Helen Stearns Sharpe, last week, conveyed the word that her husband, Sgt. Charles G. Sharpe, would be on board ship tor France by the time this letter reached Berea. A group ot extension workers left Berea last week tor Center, Ala. The party was composed or the follow Mrs. Sbnrnp. Mrs. ing nersons! Mead, the Misses Dizney and Park er, Dean Clark, Dean Edwards, Dr. Mead and J. G. Durham. They expected to spend Monday in Chntta-ivTog- a, Tenn. James Scotland Tubbs has enlisted in the Army and Mrs. Tubbs lias beei) delayed a week, but will be ad-- 3. here the 27th. Mrs. Tubbs is a smiling lady of uneonuuerablo optimism, who "never liists her umbrella until it begins to rain." Remember the dale, July ; I , 1. July 18, 1018. Great Reduction Sale AT returned from their trip to ippi. Mr. and Mrs. Ulysses Wynll havo Mississ- B. E. BELUE CO. Richmond Kentucky LOCAL PAGE NEWS OF UEREA AND VIC1NJTY, GATHERED VARIETY OF SOURCES FROM A I ' Miss Virginia Bontright was in town Saturday, prior to leaving for her home in Russell, Ohio. She was accompanied homo by Mrs. Nannie Sanders. Berta, Ky. Bank & Trait Bldg. Dr. and Mrs. B. II. Roberts are making a trip overland (in an automobile, to visit their son, Scllew Roberts, of Boise, Idaho. Miss Naomi O'Hourke, of Pitts-bur- g, Scientillc horse shoeing, fine Iron has been visiting Miss Nell work nnd repairs of nil descriptions nt the College Blacksmith Shop, Cao for the past week. 11. I. Bosley, of St. Louis, Mo., was Main Street, north of The Citizen ad. in Berea, Friday. Office. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Perry anil laughter, Dorothy, accompanied by L. & N. TIME TABLE Mrs. Eugene Walker and Elizabeth Berea, Ky. Terrill, all of Richmond, were guests (In effect May.ll. 1018) at Boone Tavern. Sunday. North Bound E. I). Hall, of Bristol, Tenn., wa No. 32, Leaves 0:53 p.m. 1:17 p.m. No. 38, Leaves in Berea, Friday. No. 31, Leaves 3:53 a.m. W. I). Jones, traveling salesman South Bound of Lexington, was here, Monday. No. 33, Leaves 12:03 p.m. Mrs. Samuel Scrivner, of Millers 1:04 p.m. O'o. 37, Leaves Creek, is contemplating making her No. 31, Leaves 12:12 a.m. months. Note: No. 33, the fast train, will hime in Berea for a few E. II. Overly, of Cynthiana, was a stop for passengers from North of Cincinnati, 0., or for South of Knox-vill- e, visitor in Berea, Saturday. Tenn. Mrs. C. B. Holder, and her three William, Charles B. and muis, We SELL hats and sell them right. Worth Davis, of Gadsden, Alabama, Airs. Laura Jones. ad. are making a visit with her motlier, Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Combs and Mrs. Martha Early, for a few weeks. Sergeants Carroll Hobie and Wm. children, Lillian and Cecil, of Lexington, were visiting here Sunday. 'Campbell, of the Artillery Officers' Messrs. William Anderson and Training Camp at West Point, (Ky.), Gillis Dawson, of Lincoln County, were in Berea, Sunday. The work were visiting friends and relatives there is strenuous, continuing from ilvo in the morning till 10 at night. in Berea, Sunday. Miss Esther Gentry is now able The would-b- e officer assumes duties lo be out of the Robinson Hospital. from a private to a "top" sergeant Miss Gentry has been ill for some in the course, and is required to iearn the martial law. Much of the time. Forrjcst Shuford writes from the artillery work is mathematical, in Groat t.nkns Xnvnl Traininc station eluding trigonometry and higher that he is satisfactorily located mathematics. Wo wish these young there. He may be addressed: Co. men "the best of luck" in their work; 0, Radio School, Camp Perry, Great trusting that they will receive missions at tho end of the course. 111. Corporal E. R. East, of Camp Chas. Wolf, of tile U.S. Army, wW visitiiu? friends here. Sunday. He Taylor, on a furlough, was in returning is in the Army Mechanical Train- - Berea, Wednesday. He is ing School, Woodward High School, to camp irom ms ; Springs. Cincinnati. Ohio. Chas. Shaw, of Lexington, wa in' Misses Jane and Marie White, ot Cynthiana, are visiting Mrs. Bogie, town, last Thursday. Prof. M. E. Marsh has returned on Estill street, for awnue. from Sapa, Mississippi, to resume' Miss Sue Porter, of Cincinnati who has been spending her vacation his duties as Dean of Labor. Mrs. John F. Wagers, of Cincin- - with her motlier, Mrs. C. II. Porter, nati, is visiting her sister, Mrs. of tins place, returned to her work, Monday Jennie Hoskins, for some time. Major Cruize, who has been in Clydo Evans, ot the U. S. Navy, a former student of the Academy Do- -' Hamilton, Ohio, for some time, has nartment. is now located with the relumed lo Berea Mrs. R. J. Engle received tha "Blue Jackets' Guard," Newport, R. I. Edward Ellis Cochran, Jr., arrived order, Monday, for her son, Chester. p.m., of Wednesday at tho College Hospital last week. t report at He will he a member of tho homo juiy 2i, at Wooster, Ohio. She ha.? or Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Cochran. Mrs. forwarded the order to him. She g Cochran is remembered as formerly ias recently received the card Mother nK tliat her son, Edgar O. Engle. Miss Stella Griffith. find son are doing well. lias safely arrived overseas and in- visiting Orations are that he w in Italy, Miss Edith Harwood is friends in Lancaster for a few days. ( With the A. E. F. contingent sent Mrs. C. Clinton Early, accompanied n,orP, by Miss Edna Early, are visiting in (, M canfleld was in Cincinnati week. Nicholasville for a few days. ,ll0 nr,t 0f David Thompson, or Lancaster, Friday, troop trains passed visited friends in Berea. Montia. t)ml honj ,)Orli,j)0Umi, containing The Misses Mao and Elizabeth solJI.s Camp from priiai,iy Harrison, Bertha King and Amy j.,,,,,,, ivopio at tho depot in Myron, and Messrs. Spencc and Red- - IUcllvm(1 rectgnizcfl Frank Devoro, den, spent ino wcck enu ui. num.. rum mnJ()r of lho )S9Ul infantry Fort Mountain. n.imJ( ()f Cj!xmp Shelby, of which .miss Nirau 'gg. ' i"" "' j,nys aro members (lj,.nl ., f , , Department, is teaching tho scnooi ritrneil. Tuesday. al High Point for this session from extension work in lennossoo Miss Helen Shannon writes from and Alabama Bloomfleld, Iowa, that sho is enMr. and Mrs. Aden Ogg and baby, joying a pleasant, vacation there. homo in She expects to return to Berea left Rattfrday for Uioir Gary. V." Ya., ofter a visit with iioxl fall. Berea and Union City Mrs. Hrnberg was in Richmond, relatives in Mrs. Broaddus and little son, ot brought Doctor "Saturday, and guests for flunsaulus to Berea. She was ac- Lexington havo been and Misses Mrytlo several days in tho homo of Mr. companied by the Mrs. Montgomery, on Jackson St. Baker and Stella Anderson. Mrs. B. B. Wilson, of NicholasFred Evans, a former student of tlio College Department, writes that ville, lias been spending sovcral days his change in address is 201 Aero with relatives and friends in Berea Green Hill, who camo to Berea, gonad, Mathor FioUl, Sacramento, last. . week...'Mr tho burin Jof his California. . n lirotnor, wnuer, returned ui I.I Maok Morgan, who has Just from an operation nt tho homo in Bethany, V. Va., l riday. Mrs. Jamos Anderson spent last Robinson Hospital, returned lo his week at tho Robinson Hospital with heme" in Lancaster. li Campbell, assistant to tho hor little granddaiightor, Mary Pearl Bursar, is visiting his parents at Kidd, who is recovering from an oporation for appondioltis. Charleston, W. Vu. Dean & Stafford REAL ESTATE Best Blacksmithing i Mrs. Nancy Slielton, of Richmond, was tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hayes over Sunday. Stanley Johnson of the U. S. Marines was homo last week on a furlough. Edgar Wyatt, who Is doing extensive building in Winchester, spent Sunday with homo tolks in Berea. PI. Owen Frary arrived in Beren from Paris Island Training Camp, on Tuesday evening. He was unable lo reach here in lime for his wife's funeral owing lo a camp quarantine which necessitated a of two days. He has been granted a ten day furlough, and upon return ( camp expects to leave in the near future for over seas. PL Frary speaks enthusiastically ot camp lire, and especially or tho g(xnl work being due for Hie sol-- 1 liers by the Y. M. C. A. Mr. and Mrs. llarrell Van Winkle, of Cincinnati, were visiting relatives and friends in Berea this week. The Rev. and Mrs. E. B. English, vho hao recently moved into the, rooms at the rear of tho Baptist Church, were delightfully surprised Inst Thursday evening by a "pantry shower" from a large number of their Baptist friends. A delightful social hour was spent together he fore the regular time for prayer meet ing. Gordon Hammond, a former Berea student, is visiting at the home or his cousin, Mrs. Simon Muncy. Ho has been employed at Charleston, lc-'- ay 3& MODERN W71R IS DECIDED BY ORGAAJIZflTIO, The problem of our country today is the organization of all its resources and efforts. The Federal Reserve System is the banking organization which is caring for the nation's financial needs. Support it by dealing with a member bank. Berea National Bank Beren, Kentucky c rr HART OGG W. Va. The juvenile branch of the Col-leFaculty has been happily augmented on several occasions during the past few months. Georgia Belle Smith is the latest addition. S1io i the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. l'rtiille Smith, weight live pounds, is live days old. has a good voice, and bids fair to be heard in the wrld at large, as she already makes her presence felt in the family circle. We bid her welcome lo our midst. go BOARDING I HOUSE FOR RENT tost located hoarding house in Berea for rent; (business established , will rent with rooms furnished. Call on or address Mrs. Nannie Davis, Center street, ad-- 5. BEREA FAIR ' ' corn-Lak- es, j 1 say-bein- j u, 1 a The Bera Fair will ho held September 5, 0 and 7, instead of in ad.-- 3 August, as in former years. Let's 27th See Mnore and Stephens for rain boost for a bigger and better fair. ad-Be a booster, not a "buster." barrels, at Coal Yard. Prof. Kean arrived in Berea, recently and is living in the brick HORSE FOR SALE house which was vacated by Dr. Bay Percheron, 3 years old, well McGuire. Prof. Kean will teach broken to all kinds of work; 15 xh mathematics in the College Depart- hands high, weight 1,200 pounds. ment next year. For particulars, see B. P. Ambrose, ad-Mr. Lewis Lester returned last Prospect street. week from a visit with her husFOR SALE band in Hamilton. Ohio. Small farm of about 50 acres, lo.Iese Robinson, of Oneida Institute, 's visiting with his uncles, Drs. cated two miles west of Berea. M. M. and B. F. Robinson, of this About 20 acres cleared and in culplace. Ho plans to be a student in tivation, remainder in small timber, no building, good orchard, a barBerea this year. x Delma, Ruth and Harold Hoskins gain at $800. Liberty Bonds, cash are spending their vacation at their or stock of merchandise. Address: W. B. Harris, (owner) uncle's, S. W. Prather, or Carlisle. Berea, Ky. spend a ad-Mrs. I.ula F. HoskJhs will few weeks with her father and CARD OF THANKS mother in Magoffin County. Wo wisli to extend our sincoro Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Prather and laughter. Miss Gertrude, iyd Miss thanks to the many friends and neighbors for their kind expres Allio Smith, all of Carlisle, spent Mrs. Lula F. sions of sympathy extended to us in the week end with lho loss of our dear husband, sou Hoskins, on Jackson street. and brother, Walter A. Hill. Word has just been received by that her Mrs. Mamie Hill, Mrs. Jennie Hos Allen Williams Mrs. kins, Mrs. llallio Wagers, H. II. Hill, brothers. Sergeants Dan C. Shorto and sons, Green and Forest. Braxton C. Shorte, and her and cousin. Sergeant Ed O. Cox, havo BAPTIST YOUNG PEOPLES' UNION arrived safely in France. They The B.Y.P.U. will meet in lho will be remembered by many Berea Baptist Church, Sunday night, nt and students. citizens (1:15 tor tho purpose or reorganl N-Moore and Stephens for rain ation. A new election ot officers ad-- 1. barrels, at Coal Yard. will bo held. Visitors aro cordially Mrs. J. F. Fugitle writes that her invited. htulmiid has been called to tho colors. Mr. Fugitto has been .with CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR the O. K. Railroad as Assistant, Christian Endeavor was led by Mrs. Fugitto Traveling Auditor. Miss .elma Brown, of tho Vocational will bo remembered as Miss Golden Department, Sunday night Tho Shorte, a former student and resi topic. Favorite from "Lessons dent. Parables," was ably discussed and Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Green am much benellt was derived from it happy over lho arrival of a baby A good attendance, for tho summer, uirl. Elma. at their homo last bai was there. Next Sunday night, al urilav morning. Both mother and (1:15, in (lie Pavilion behind the h.'ibv aro doing fine. Library, It. T. Miller will lead with Replnn Grer. is suffering a pood a discussion of "Lessons From deal of pain from an abcoss on bis Favorite Psalms." Everybody wel right eye. come. Miss Myrlle Berg left for ber home in Kendall, Wisconsin, on the True Frtenda Bevond Price. The tnoBt blessed reality In liuinan earlv train. Wednesday morning. and1 Sen Mooro & Stephens for burlap life l a friend who understands til ad-- 1 :iiii companion your heart. bags, or wheat your unlrlt out of Lexington, low voiiru'lf to wenr Mrs. Nettle. Wyatt. "The alone with anxiety or grief. and Mrs. Russoll. of Winchester, aro rrlnmlu thrill hllKt. II tllfir llllontllltl visiting at the homo of Edgar w yau, tried, grapple them to thy wm! with Mrs. Jnck Laswell. of Wlldle. is hoop of Btrel." A true irieim win visiting her mother, Mrs. Nannie save your oul ullve. Brannaman, this week. 1. 3. 5. Friends of Miss Kathleen Ogg and Lew is It. Hart, were somewhat surprised, last week, lo learn of their plain for an early wedding. Tho happy event took place at tho homo of tho brido's father. C. I. Ogg, on Jickson street, Friday afternoon, July 12, at five o'clock. Only a few of tho close friends of the bride wore present, aside from the immediate families. The Rev. Howard Hudson officiated in his pleasing manner ind the ceremony was made most impressive. The bride is one of Berea's most popular and talented young ladies and lias been idenlilled with many of the progressive activities of tho voting people of the town, notablo among theso being her work with the Berea Naval Service girls. Tho groom is tho son of'Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Hart or Jackson street. Ho has been a student in tho College Department during the last year, and has made many friends in town. The bride and groom together. with bis parents and Miss Margaret Hart, left Tuesday morning for a trip by automobile to tho former home of the Harts in northeastern Ohio. MISS NASH'S CLASS LEAVES Miss De.xora .Nash left, Saturday, ilniore. Sho wa for her home in accompanied by her class in Expression, which Ii:ls been taking a The class Minimcr courso here. consisted of Misses Kuuly Morrison, Bemadine Johnson, Beulah Green mid Harry Tate, all or Asbury College. On account or there being no summer school at Asbury this .summer, Miss Nash lias conducted-thcourse here. METHODIST TENT MEETING Good interest and largo crowds characterize the revival meetings being held in the Gospel tent back ot the Methodist Church. Evangelist Sanford preaches every nfght at 8 o'clock and is assisted in tho work by Mrs. Sanford, Mrs. Burke and the Rev. F. 11. Larabce, Hie pastor of the Methodist Church. There will be a union servico in the tent on Sunday evening at 8:00, p.m. A cordial invitation is extended to all to attend the meetings.. PICNIC IN HONOR OF FLOYD NEALY Monday, the 15th, a huge picnic dinner was spread n "Christmas Ridgo" in honor of Floyd Nealy, who for the U. S. Army departed Tue.-da- y REV. BROWN RETURNS, SICK service. More than ono hundred Hear President and Mrs. Frost: You w ill regret to learn that my of Nealy's friends were present and ',',,c husband. D. W. Brown, is very seri all enjoyed the K""' t ously ill. Wo have just arrived fact of Nealy's departure gavo n from Silver City. New Mexico, whore tinge of sadness to tho occasion, but we went in search ot health tor Nealy expressed his determination him, but wo havo brought him back of doing his part to win the war Democracy. home, to his ti. his child-hoo- d brothers, here at London, Ky. Tu A PLEASANT SURPRISE berculosis, or lho bowels nnd throat A number of Miss Doppio Ogg's two rr are hastening the ynd. Our little daughters are at our home, near Chicago, with our church people at Lake Forest. 111. I know wo have your sympathy and prayers in this sudden setting of a promising young life. Remember us to Edith especially, and to our frionds whom you may meet. Yours cordially, (Mrs.) D. W. Brown most intimate friends surprised her fast Thursday evening, by calling at her home and "slioweriug" her Willi (uite a "collection of miscellaneous articles which they believed sho would havo uso for in tho near future. EXTENSI0N1STS HAPPY Tho first group of extension workers returned homo this week. They report a line trip with interesting DECEASED and prolllablo Missions hold at After weeks of suffering and pain. various points in Alabama. A moro Mrs. Bessie Wyatt Frary was called detailed account of their work will Bo to her Eternal Homo last week, appear in next week's issue. where all is. peaco and happiness, sure and read iL and pain is not known. NOTICE CHURCH I'uneral services wcro conducted The servico in the Pavilion will fyjuday afternoon in tho Baptist Church by the pastor, the Rev. E. B. again bo omitted that everybody may F.ng!i?h, and burial followed Mon- join with the Methodist friends in day niorntng in the Berea Cemetery. their revival meetings in the tent, Her husband, who Is in lho Army, back of the Methodist Church, next training in South Carolina, was un- Sunday evening. Committee. able to bo present bi lho funeral. j Two sisters, Mrs. Frances Wyatt, AUTOMOBILE FOR SALE and Mrs. Ida Sanboda, or Battle One Maxwell car, in splendid con-- 1 Creek, Mich., camo tor tho funeral. At- -! !?I00 worth of extras. To Sir. Ferrer and Mr. and Mrs. dition; water-KeIgnition; live tiros. Wyatt and children, tho sympathy Apply to A. F. Scruggs, Berea. ad. of all is extended in their dark hour of bereavement. nt ' F. L. MOORE'S OneDrop Jewelry Store BourbonPoultry Remedy A few drci k nat driuklnir water amlprtviiiUwIillo fm Vl't wioVrsi CURES In tho cun uirri". tllwaM'. FOR fj APPS First Class Repairing 111 a.riioii raiui oiiht ciiick One Ufiil lnjttln inski-- j It villous of imsllclne. At jlriiif ValuirliUtor ly mall able louiiry ln'ik Iivuoii ujucu ItVltOI ItMtOI C9.,luliitM,t. III1. ' AND- - Fin Line of Jewelry MAIN ST. BEREA. KY. Sold by Porter-Moor- e Drug Co. July IH, JOta. NEWS TR0M WASHINGTON LETTER THE CITIZEN TR0M ARCHIE TLANERY WALTER HILL The friends of Walter Hill, n forEn Route to Camp Mills. mer resident of Herea, wero sadNew York New York Central 11. It., July 13. dened, last week, to learn of his death, which orcurcd at his homo Dear Mother and Father: Well, wo aro still speeding along. in Tulsa, Okla., Sunday, July 7. He Wo aro between Syracuse and New had been in poor health for some Nork City nnd havo only mado one time, the cause of which was not Page Five. ' "Win the war" is tho slogan of Those members who A family Newipapcr for all that U right both parties. hnvo faltered in their support of the true,nnd interfiling war alms of the government wIL I'uWUhnl ntry Thurfdir at llrrra, Kr. havo a hnrd time explaining their attitude to their constituents.. HardI3EREA PUBLISHING CO. (Inrafpor .ted) ly n family will bo found which WM. G. FROST, has not in some manner been touched by the call to the colors and it will , Subscription Ratrt PAYAM.K IN ADVANCE be dilllcult for the slacker legisOii Yrar t.M lators to satisfactorily explain their M, Sli Mnnthi Thrre Month. fo failure to support the man in tho rd.lor-lnM.f I The Citizen Written SMART PEOPLE BUY DRY GOODS FROM AND NOTIONS rrnt lUmpi, Tho uircraft situation is the Th dti aftrr unit lumt nn LM how to what dt your utwri'tlun It ld. If II li not principle Inquisitorial matter before rhanirn! within thn wrrka aflrr rrnrwal notify Congress A double investigation is lit. Mlnlnir numlr will I Kladly uptlll If we being made into every phase of airarr noUftfa, Ubrralti-rm- t itln loan whonhuln rw craft production. The Department form, Any nw .rndlnir ut fuur yrarly ubKrlptlont ran rrrrite lh Cltlirn frre for of Justice, with former Justice on yrar. Charles F.. Hughes Examiner, is Aimrtl.lnir ratraon aillratlon. FRENCH ROAD SYSTEM AND ITS MAINTENANCE A REVALATION TO AMERICAN SOLDIERS (Enolnoerlng News Record) Ordrr. Draft, Heml mimrr lr Vftmtntr or Ki rn Monty trendies. Itmlitrrrd lttrr, or unr atMt two making nn exhaustive and searching Inquiry. Tho public will soon bo given all the facts connected willi Hie matter, nnd will be able.to judge for il.self the merits of the contro"Every soldier over liero from tho versy over aircraft production widen Unileil Stales will go back an en- has raged almost continually sincn thusiastic good roads advocate," the outbreak of the war. Expert writes CapL Paul Hansen, former opinion is almost unanimous thai ohicf engineer, Illinois State Hoard the recommendation of John I). Ryan of Health, from general head- the new Director of aircraft proquarters in France. Ho is in tho duction, that the government tako water supply service, with Lieut. over anil operate all the factories Col. F. F. Longlcy, formerly with where the airplanes are being built,' Ha7en, Whlpplo & Fuller. I'arU of is the proper solution of the question. It will be remembered that his letter follow: "This roads are marvelous and the the shipbuilding was never placed country wonderfully beautiful nnd on a satisfactory basis until the government organized the Emergpicturesque. "Tho French road system is a ency Fleet Corporation and assumed revelation, even tin time of war, the responsibility of building its not so much in tho matter of con- own merchant marine. Hut while struction, because we can and -- do all this investigating is going on, build macadam roads as good or we are assured that airplane probetter, hut principally in tho matter duction is proceeding more satisof upkeep, for which tho French factorily than at any time since the have n positive genius. I toads nro program was begun. For the first time, tho motors and divided into sections like our rail- -' roads, with little-- section gangs whoi planes are being turned out in keep their tools in neat little Mont quantity nndare being sent overseas tool houses. As soon as a bad spot rapidly. That the Liberty motor develops on a road, it is repaired, had proved itself capable of satisami when the spoLs become so factory performance is shown by numerous that they cannot bo re-- 1 tlie fact that the allied governments paired at once, an entire new layer are filling largo orders for the of broken stone and binder is put' American product. When the Libdown. The problem is simplified erty motor was first put forward very muoh by (he fact that suitable. as America's contribution to "Winroail melnl can be found anywhere ning tlie war in the air", there was much skepticism. Foreign motor ex. a few inches below the, surface "Another striking feature of the perts said that an airplane engine could not be turned out by machine French roads is the great care Jn ipromptly removing nil methods to equal (lie hand work of surface water. On each side of the English and French mechanics. ro.nl, at intervals of about fifty fccL American experts said tho'stand-anli.iiU- ? of the motor was the only little waterways are kept clear, lending into grass lined sldo ditches answer to the question of quantity production. All tho indications are outside of the tree line." now that with America's aid, the allies will have complete dominanco DIRECT NAVY ENFORCES of (hr air before the end of the PURCHASE POLICY dealers are en- year. Manufacturers and The chaotic Russian situation has couraged under tho policy of the including guessing, to deal direct with eerybHly Navy Department Plans were Wilson. the department. The purpose is to President sending an eliminate the middleman in pur- rapidly maturing Tor (economic commission to Russia chases of supply and materials. h, "In my annual report," says Rear when the murder of Count von the Gorman Ambassador at Admiral Samuel Mcfiowan, "manuof facturers were warned against Moscow, added a new element Ut the situation. uncertainty agents, .professional profiteering In Whether the economic commission contractors, anil naval brokers. our regular mailing circular of plan will be followed, or whether January 8, 1918, wo expressed tho military intervention will become determined soon. hope that 'manufacturers who havo necessary, will be It has been definitely determined not availed themselves of the opwill portunity to bid direct will do so, by the War Department that it tho to bring homo as it will provo of ndvantago to them be impracticable who die in in bringing them in more intimate bodies of Americans Beginning with the first touch with Hie Navy ami thereby France. boys on foreign make a reputation for tho materials death of American iiuls, requests havo been coming in which they manufacture.' their remains Tho fact is. tho responsibility of from relatives that Careful invest-igaTithoroughbe brought home. contractors was nover so lias shown that this policy ly investigated nnd thoy were never under-t(.o- d accountability than cannot bo adopted, and it is held to a stricter fieneral Pershing has that they have been since this country revetoed the plan. Thus it is probentered tho war. The number of heroic dead will sponsible direct bidders has in- able that America's number of find their final resting placo on tho creased greatly and tho they have agents nnd intermediaries has been soil of France, for which Tho safe- mailo the supreme sacrifice. reduced to a minimum. By tlie time this is published, guards against profiteering havo Herbert C. Hoover will havo landed not relaxed." been strengthened, England. The American Food There are over 11.000 names on in will bo ncclnimed the. Navy Ihireau Administrator tho bidders' list of represent- abroad as few other Americans havo of Supplies and Accounts, country. been. He is regarded by the British ing every section of the dealers as the man who saved them from These manufacturers and The remarkable forefurnish over 00.000 classes of arti- starvation. ha marked Hoover's sight which cles used by the Navy. efforts to feed the nllied world from deeply the surplus created by conservation The French lied Cross is Cn- stampmethods in this country, have grateful to the American Hod they them in ed him a genius. In England, for the assistance given the food dictator of during the past are calling him limit- - endeavors sulTering the world, and no American, unless four years to alleviate the thojo of the it be President Wilson himself, has of our soldiers and of a greater hold on the affections allied nations. will pet Hie Englsh people. Your generous donation to continue mil our three societies It will resound limit- - work. SUMMER SCHOOL SOCIAL country and will draw to I.nst Tuesday night. from7:30 iwolhnr II"' iradlllonal 8 .10, tho students of tho Summer friendship which ncalivt'Hliiy elT t School anil summer workers were or our two nations in fraternal triumph of the treated to n social on the lawn nIM sacrifice, for the played games Putnam Hull. They best of causes. Much and had a general good time. grnnt-...i coveted social privileges wero members Southern farm boy-clu- b .i....' ....aiiiL. the ocension more i n, inn-" produced Mn 1017. fowl enjoyablo. The young folks hopo . tho Pcpar men valued at fi.0I0.12l. that nnolher sucli social may Agriculture reports. A total of bad during tho few remaining of In regular M5.715 boys were enrolled weeks of school. clubs In 14 States. ed Mir-baeon "top nnd that was for fifteen minutes at Niagara Falls. Wc will get to Camp Mills tonight some time. There lire 20 trains of us, witli fifteen coaches Id the train and the trains are about one hour apart. . There are about 10,000 men in the division. I am medical inspector of our (rain. I am to see that everything is kept sanitary. No man is ellowed to leave his coach. I am. allowed to go anywhere nnd can get oil at every slop, so I have a little .tilvaulage over the other boys. I lout know how long wo will be in Camp Mills, but I am going to get down in the city if there is any chance. Kentucky well represented in My major nnd my detachment. captain nro both fnjun Kentucky ami seven of us fellows; so we are at home. My major and captain cniive from Camp Taylor. Don't worry, for I feel that someone watches over me greater than man, ami I feel perfectly safe anywhere I go, and I will always try to do the right thing. My address will be: Will Div.. ;i:t Inf.. Med. Dept. Camp Mills, Long IslaniCN. Y. WE ARE PATRIOTIC 20-2- 7, TOO I During tlie week of the Red Cross the colored Drive, May piople in and about Hi Tea became thorolv aroused as to their duty ami interest in the great struggle to win the war and set the world free. At a meetim: held at the First Baptist Church, in Middlctown, on Mav 21. Prof. Hathaway, of tho Richmond Colored High School, ad dressed n very enthusiastic audience, ut which time there were appointed and three canvassers: a captain It. II. Hoyston. Miss Amanda Moran, Mrs. Fannie Kennedy and Mrs. Matilda Gentry, and by their persistent elforts. there was collected and turned over to the Red Cross chapter at Richmond, forty dollars cents. and ninety-thre- e We have organized ourselves into a Red Cross society, ready to "help in whatever way most needed, to ill tain the results sought by the (iovernment. On June 28, a meet ing was called at the colored school house in Herea. bv (he trustee, Chas. Uronough, for the purpose of soliciting War Savings investments: War Pavings Stamps to the amount of SI 23. were sub- MTbed for. This amount may also lie snoolemented bv a number of colored subscriptions taken at the Postolllce and local banks. Besides, there are several who have bought riirifi Sfniniw and Liberty Bonds, expressing regret that they are not able to do more to help out in tne( nation's great conflict. M n nicotine held July 8. at thei colored school house, subscriptions for War Savings Stamps to the amount of $103 were also taken. As for the colored man's stand in lliis crcn t conflict, none need to doubt. He is today, as he has always been, ready to follow the Stars and stripes wherever mc nnv wave. R. H. Royslon. sub-distri- ct known until a short lime before his death, when it was discovered that ho was suffering from the effects of a dog bite received several weeks previous, which nt Inst proved fatal. The body was brought to Herea, Thursday, accompanied by bis wife nnd two little children nnd her brother, Zncharinh M Inter, of Oklahoma City. Funeral services were conducted at the Haptisl Church, Friday afternoon, by the pastor, the Rev. E. H. English, assisted by the Rev. H. H. Hudson, of Herea, and the Rev. Gilbert, of Winchester. The burial look placo in Herea cemetery under tho auspices of the I. O. O. F. Lodge, of which Mr. Hill was a member. All of (he immediate family wero present, which consists of his wife, and two children, his father, Humphrey H. Hill; two brothers, Green Hill of Bethany, W. Vn., and Forest Hill, of Scollsbnrg, Ind; nnd two sisters. Mr. Hallie Wagers, of Cincinnati and Mrs. Jennie Hoskins, of Herea. To them, the deepest sympathy of their many Herea friends is extended. Mr. Hill had been a .resident of Tulsa, Okla., for nine years, being a successful building contractor in (hat city. He leaves a host of friends there as well as in Herea, who mourn his loss, ALL A OWEN McKEE THERE IS A REASON RICHMOND KENTUCKY that so much good timber of tho kind .wanted oxUlcd so closo aI hand. Tho resources of tho mounmay not be entitled lo do so. tain sections aro likely to causo many a surpriso boforo tho war is Tho Louisville-- & Nashvlllo n. R. over. Company is improving its lino between Ravenna and McRobcrls, Li order lo increase tho shipping facilJ. W. Wheeler, an itinerant ities for coal. It will probably lay Baptist minister near Bowling a double track between these two Green, has been brought before tho places. The Elkhorn coal field is Commissioners for violation of tho coming to bo known as ono of tho Espionago Act. Ho mado remarks, richest nnd most productive in tho it is charged, which discredited state atid tho country, and will American soldiers in comparison provo to bo nn important factor in with German. Such cases mako tho the coal supply of the country. pcoplo of the stato acquainted with the fact that wo are at war and that Najl Sewell, of tho Stato Legiscaro must bo exercised in tho lature, has mado a report lo tho matter of speech. Tho Government slate, in which he shows tho con- will not tolerate anything which ditions which exist in the care of will help the cause of the enemy our county jails. There is a de- and harm the causo of the United linquency of about $500.00 and In Stales. some cases the books and accounts of the jailers have been so badly WORLD.NEWS kept that it is not possiblo to de(Continued lrom Page One) termine what aro the accurate amounts. The system of jailers, ho new foreign minister will follow the finds lo bo tho most deficient of any policy laid down by tho Chahcclor. administrative affairs and in our Considerable interest centers in suggests the possibility of making the possible increase in the strength some change that will avoid the of the German fleet which comes evils. i about from the seizuro of the Russian war ships. It is known that A lumber company in Cincinnati many fine vessels had been built war, of has received a largo consignment of since the Russian-Japanewalnut logs of tho very finest the most modern type, and it is quality. Somo time ago, the need probable that Germany has taken of such lumber for Government pur- - them, if they havo not been desnoses was made known and the troyed by tho Russians, to prevent men and boys of tho mountain such a fate. It is estimated that counties havo been able to get good it will increaso the German strength per cent. results. Surprise was expressed at least twenty-fiv- e from se IN OUR (Continued OWN STATE Ptge one) DAY MEETING AT PANOLA group of Herea workers, composed of Messrs. Christopher, Allen, and Hi x. autoed (o Panola last Sunday and spent a very profitable and pleasant day. There were preaching services at II a.m. and 3 and 7:30 p.m., which were well attended, and much interest was shown., Panola demonstrates lo a pleasing degree the possibility of moro than one denomination using the same church edifice for Sunday services and other religious gatherings. The of (Ije Baptist and Christian Churches each hold a monthly serxice, and members of the Methodist Church unite with those communions in active Christian work. The hospitality of the Panola people knows no bounds and each vied with the other in extending a cordial welcome to (he visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Hollowell, who nro making their home with their daughter, Mrs. C. V Allen, were also welcome members of the Berea pa-to- rs 'Chain Tread party. It may not he amiss to mention Mr. ltix. the managing editor of Tho Citizen, experienced a peculiar pleasure in meeting sono regular and appreciative readers of his paper, and it is a reasonable hopo that hy thus becoming better acquainted. The Citizen may be mado increasingly useful and interesting to its readers in tho various communities which it reaches. that KING GEORGE'S WELCOME TO OUR BOYS Back the Government to the Limit ness to pursue a certain course for the duration of the war. Keep quality up and prices reasonable, Department of Agriculturo spec-- 1 ialists, appealing for increased production of poultry and eggs, mako theso suggestions: Keep better poultry; select healthy, vigorous breed ... ers; liaicn eariy; piuscnu it,,, nnrka' crow ns much poultry feed ns possiblo; supply tho family initio: eat moro poultry and cgg3 and conservo tho meat supply. GENEROUS DONATION FROM CUBA The Cuban National Committee, thru its chairman, Cosmo tie ia Turriento. has transmitted to the American Red Cross, in tho name of (lie Republic of Cuba, the sum oi ainiuio in he devoted to the relief A.!.A,.iU. futilities of American sol- .iters killed in war. anil lor ine aim of disabled American soldiers. Tho Red Cross Wnr Council order- .1.. r 1. 1.. ...... ......ait "..., ed an appreciation oi iu kiof Hie Cuban National Comntittco .noil imjin Us minutes and a copy of (lie resolution adopted was sent (o the Cuban Committee. , 1 - The following letter was received from William Dizney by his home folks, and is a copy or ono which was handed to each American soldier as lie landed on British soil: "Soldiers of the United States: tho people of tho British Isles welcome you on your way to tako your stand beside tho armies of many nations now fighting in tho Old World tho great battle for human freedom. "The allies will gain new heart and spirit in your company. I wish that I could shako tho hand of each ono of you and bid you God speed on your mission. George, R. I. April, 1018. EASTERN KENTUCKY NEWS ITEMS (Continued troni Pige Eight) is The Government has asked American busi- tp '' Aviator Falls Into Bay. Dabrlon. N. Y. While makluK a Seal flight In training for a commu-IoChief Quartermaster William Prater Ilshaiu, a naval aviator, wan killed when his hydroplane fell 500 feet into n, Orat South Buy How Character Is Made. Character U never made by following the ensy wuy. Chumcter Is mado strong by Its exercise against the temptation of ease and (lie Hues of least resistance. Miss Amanda Jones, of Danville, visiting her brother, E. M. Jones, (his week. Paul Robinson, who was called for military servico Juno 21, and was stationed at Baltimore. Md., is homo for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Winkler spent from Saturday until Tuesday with their daughter, Mrs. Todd. Tho farmers aro busy making hay nnd laying by their corn. Mrs. Ed Baker and children are very sick with measles this week. Tho men of this district nttended tho meeting at tho school house and dd their part In buying War Savings Stamps. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jones, of Boroa, wero callers nt Dreyfus. Saturday. Tho Ilov. Clark Winkler begnn n revival meeting at (ho Christian Church. Sunday night; wo hopo ho will meet witli much success. Dr. and Mrs. Baker, 0f noroa, wero Dreyfus callers, Sunday policy. It is the only patriotic policy. It is the policy this company has always adopted and the one we will continue to pursue. We stand ready to undergo any sacrifice in order to cooperate with the Government. We believe it is best for ourselves. We know it is best for our country. We appeal to all concerns big and small to adopt the same policy. American business must rally as a unit to' the support of the Government. It is the surest and quickest way to win tho war. non-profiteering a strictly United States Tires are Good Tires Royal Cord' 'Sobby' Chain' ' Uico' 'Plain I Page Six. TUB CITIZEN A July RED PHILOSOPHER A 18, 1018. MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Kobert F. Spence, Farm Demonstrator and Special in a recent issuo of Ihc ML Vernon Signal, and it outlines iu humorous FIRE Investigator fnshion, some of tho pet theories ol our good friend, Hob. Spence. I'rivnlo A. C. McLcod, tho first spoonful to 1 gallon of water. TO WHEAT GROWERS OF SOUTHWo nro constrained to reprint it American soldier to bo wounded in (dry), 1 part to 50 Paris Green ERN MADISON COUNTY in part for tho consideration of our Franco, was hurl when tho Germans There will be a wheat growers' parts of one of the following: Air readers: bombed a Red Cross hospital. Ho slacked lime, land plaster, or dry meeting at Bcrea, July 27, nftcrnoon Down in 1'asleru Kentucky, they owes his life, he bcllovos, to tho Vocational Schools Hour. Dust on plants while still 1st Door at 2:00 o'clock, in the College VocaRed Cross nurso who stuck by him power, combined with have got n young man of red blood Training that ndds lo your money-earnin- g tional Chapel. Every man who Is wet with dew. who sees red as tho color best adapt- in tho shattered ward, and saw that general education. 1 Arsenate of Lead (powder), growing wheat, or expects to grow ed for men, women, animals, corn, ho had prompt surgical attention. FOR YOUNG MEN Agriculture, Carpentry, Bricklaying, Print.vhnnl nn Mn fco .ntn.fnH In rmv. I'OllndS to 50 gallOHS Of Water, Or tWO etc. This reil philosophy comes lo Two of tho nurses wero wounded ing, Commerco and Telegraphy. ing wheat is asked to come to this lcv1eI tnblwpoonfuls to one gallon of FOR YOUNG LADIES Homo Science, Dressmaking, Cooking, him by comparisons, confirmed thru by the samo bomb Hint hurt Mr. uici. meeting Nursing, Stenography and Typewriting. experience and concensus of opinion Mcl.cod, but the rest of the women, CS), Arsenate of .n.fllnll.1.1 Thorn will h. wl.-- nl that it has become a doctrino and It was slated, wero as cool as Hid GO gallons of water, or lo discuss this problem will, wheat p0"n,,Is counterpart of his Instruction, for men. Hero is his own story in Foundation School 2nd Door growers. We arc very anxious that General Education for thoso not far advanced, combined with somo the guidance and safety, in thoso which it will bo noticed tho Red every farmer of Southern Madison Ion of water. initial elTorls toward progressive t.ross nurse Is given tho principal vocational training. No matter what your present advancement, potato blight is common Where be present at this meeting. Our farming,, breeding, etc. His plnco: wo can put you with others liko yourself and givo chanco for the plants should bo sprayed with campaign opens August 1 for our for tho red dominates "Our hospital, 11 British-Americmost rapid improvement. Bordeaux Mixture about three times 1019 crops. Ins talks tun! he proves tho varieties one in Flanders, was bombed tho during the growing season as a preDon't forget the time Saturday, thereof by obervatiun, examples, night of September i, last. I was Door English Academy Course Tho following ventive measure. July 27, at 2:00 o'clock Vocational etc., an army that in formula is recommended: tor tnoso wno aro not expecting to icacii and who aro not going verts,so thero out of battalion of con- workingbeen this hospital, at which Chapel. is n known I had assigned to the transCopper Sulphato (blue vitrol) Collcgo and dosiro moro general education. thru It also gives as tho "Red Ilatlalion" from tho portation section. 4 lbs The patients tho best general education for thoso who wish a good start in Daniel Boone Trail lending lo anil who could do so went lo tho bombTO MEMBERS OF AGRICULTURAL lbs. Quicklime (not slaked) ... study and expect to carry it on by themselves. from Bcrea. CLUBS GROWING CORN proof cellar Vvhcn tho air-ra60 gallons Water Our "Hob" is tho real colonel (red opened, but thero wero a number of The killing of weeds is only one Dissolve the copper sulphato by Door Normal School kernel1, of these reds. In some of soldiers so badly wounded that they of several important reasons why placing in a cloth sack and suspend This gives the best training for thoso who expect to teach. the mountain communities, ho is could not be moved. A number of we cultivate corn. Cultivation also ing just below tho surface of tho Courses aro so arranged that young people can teach through the spotted as "It. I. Red" for plays an important part in holding water in a barrel or other receptacle, his ad- of nurses stayed with the soldier;, summer and fall and attend school through tho winter and spring, vocacy of the Rhode Island Reds, nnd 1 remained to help. moisture in the soil and in chang- Slack the quicklime with water and thus earning money lo keep right on in their courses of study. as tin- - hen ing plant foods into form which add more water until it is about tho productivity in the "Suddenly, a bomb tnnde a direct Read Dinsmoro's great book, "How lo Teach a District School." egg line at all times. the plant can use. hit and exploded near by. It consistency of cream and free from Water is the means by which lumps. Mix the copper sulphato and as "Red Cattlo out the Academy Course hisThen again for red cows andHob" prelly nearly cleaned smashed hos- a plant food is brought up into tho the lime solution and add water to 5th Door fondness bulls pital. My legs were to plant to make growth. The soil the required amount. inis is inosiraigniroaa to uonege nest training in .Matnemaiics, i.s best yielders in calves, milk and pulp and I was raving with pain. Bordeaux Science, Languages, History and all preparatory subjects. The cream fastens that title to him too. I won't describe the scene nhout water laden with plant food in mixture should be freshly mixed Academy is now Berea's largest department. solution passes up the stalk and the each time, as it deteriorates stand "Red Hog Hob" falls from the lips me, for thai would bo too horrible. of many. He is ardent in his at- A nilrso stayed by my side. Sho water is evaporated into the air ing. However, one may keep n stock Door Berea College through the leaves, leaving the food solution of tho copper sulphate and tachment fur the red hugs (Durocs, shirk to me and saw that I hail as superior in their product nusubstances for the growth of theof t,,e Iimo jn separatc receptacles prompt Surgical intention, nnd I This Is tho crown of tho whole Institution, anil provides standard plant. It has been estimated that. ,n merically their nppetile for rough- probably owe my lifo to the imcourses in all advanced subjects. mir., .,.. npcded. age their swiftness in putting on mediate nmpiitation about COO pounds of water must pass which was Bordeaux Mixture may be used For pounds A Temporary Raise in Board is forced by war conditions. through each stalk in its develop- - first when tho plants are about of fat and pork, otc 'tis a ordered. The bombing of this al twenty-fiv- e years tho board has remained the same in Bcrea, but tho fad ment. You can see. therefore, that ' with him and evinces surcness cost one nurso nn oye, nnd inchcs ,lignt lhcn evcry lw0 unusual situation in which tho whole country finds itself now makes there is great need of saving water weeks, applying three or four apof judgment and big prollts to all another a foot. Tho rest of the it impossible for us to livo on the sumo money as we have in tho past of in Ihc soil. The moisture in the plications during his followers; "clean pens and nurses were as cool as the men. I the season. The to tho former expenses of tho girls and $1500 to This adds soil is at all times moving slowly paris green or arsenate of lead may tho expenses of tho boys, but still leaves tho cost half that at other surroundings anil vaccination to can't say too much for tho work of to tho surface of the ground just prevent cholera," is a slogan, com- tho American Red Cross iu France." be added to the Bordeaux Mixture schools and "cheaper than staying at home." ing from him persistently at all of like oil up a lamp wick. When a in the same proportion as when crust forms on the soil, as after water is used and both applied at his meetings. RED CROSS NOTES PAYMENTT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental fee and room rent rain, this soil water is evaporated the same time. So sure of his success in other Odds and Ends of Work in France by the term, board by the half term. Installments aro as follows: in lo tho air much more rapidly red direction", ho Is on the track In the presence of Cardinal Experience has shown that sprayFALL TERM lo brine forward a breed of sheep Ametto and irwmy American Red than when the surface of the soil ing with Bordeaux Mixture gives an Expenses for Boys to produce red wool; iLs white and Cross workers, the new tubercular is kept in a line, loose condition, increase in the yield of potatoes, VOCATIONAL AND ACAI1KM Y Mack now, why not red? Ho's do- - j pavilion of the Hospital SU Joseph. and the crop is sure to suffer. FOUNDATION SCHOOLS COLLIOR AND NORMAL even though tho plants aro not to Give your crop shallow, level cul- troubled with potato blight. n It is Incidental Fee $ 5.00 t 6.00 I 7.01 vontthe his purpose and positive loo, Paris, was openedthe few weeks ago. ceremony, the for tivation after a rain to break this a good policy, therefore, to use Room result. At the close of 7.00 7.00 7.00 Red W(i growing on a sheep's archbishop of Paris paid a tribute crust so that the water will be kept Bordeaux Mixture on potatoes when- Board, 7 weeks 12.25 12.25 12JJ5 in the soil for the plants' use. In ever possible. It pays at harvest 25J25 2655 bnrk Is something to look for will to tliu American Red Cross, whoso Amount duo Sept. JJ. 1UI8.. 2155 it be the next surprise? hot dry weather, it is' a good prac- time and safeguards the crop against generosity had made tho construe-th- m 1255 1255 Board, 7 weeks, duo Oct. 30.. 1255 Tho "Red Battalion" will givo him tice to give frequent shallow cul- disease. of tho pavilion possible. 38.80 '37.50 Total for Term '3650 tivation for this same reason. another titlo of "Red Sheep Hob," your best with your crop, as Do Expenses lor Girls The soil is a storehouse of plant we are looking forward to a good when ho goes among them, if his I.o Mile Hopublimio notes Hint 5.00 $6.00 Incidental Fee t 7.00 object is attained. food, but much of this food is in a report the American Red Cnns has sent you this fall. from 7.00 7.00 7.00 Room as n one thousand bed covors to Havpi He shines form which the plant cannot readiYours very truly, 1050 . .. 1050 1050 Board, 7 weeks Plants require their food in County Agent for the U. S. Agricu- and a shipment of clothes to Paris ly use. Robert F. Spence, 2450 ltural Department and a successful by air route. 2350 Amount due Sept, 11. 1M8.. 2250 the form of soup. In other words, County Agent. 1050 1050 Board, 7 weeks, due 0 30.. 1050 missionary in the cause of proplant food substances in tho soil the '35.00 '31.00 '33.00 Total for Term gressive farming and cattle raising must undergo certain changes and The American Red Cross has GOOD ROAD HINTS be dissolved in the soil moisture beThis does not include the dollar deposit nor money for books or anil would wear a red Uniform if opened an employment bureau for If you maintain roads, you help laundry. the 1'. S. would let him. fore the plant can uso them. Frethe refugees from the invaded quent cultivation tends lo hasten win the war. territory in the Department of Special Expenses In Addition to Incidental Fee Business Indre et Loire. It is located at li this process by breaking up soil Wtntrr Fall Sfrine MRS. E. E. ALIC0ATE Why can't we skip the argument- Stenography and Typewriting particles into smaller parts, holdrue Sebastopol, Tours. 110.00 J12.00 Si 1.00 ing moisture in the soil tp dissolve ative and educational periods and Bookkeeping (brief course) 10.00 12.00 11.00 (ho food substances, and by making build and maintain roads now. The American Red Cross has given 6.00 6.00 7.00 Bookkeeping (regular courso) the soil porous so that the air can the sum of 150,000 francs to Urn Business courso for students Hospital of General Mallelcrre, enter to play its part in making the Everybody is for good roads the in other departments: 0 750 M0 of the to the soil elements available. Stenography same as wo are for good air and good Read Bulletin No. 537 "How to health, maimed. This gift will provido for Typewriting, with ono hour's but tho man that is 5.00 6.00 7.00 xMitionnl beds and personnel, and Grow An Acre of Corn," which will really for good roads is for tho 20e. uso of instrument Hie barracks for tho Maintain Com. Law., Com. Geog., Com. tell you moro about the care of your Road Tax. El 1.80 150 2.10 Arith., or Penmanship, each.. crop. If you have not received a period of a year. copy of this bulletin, let me know A county that has a good county In no case will special Business Fees exceed 115.00 per term. and I will send you a copy. road engineer will have good roads, As a result of tho great success All students do somo work with their hands from six to six- Do your best with your acre, as hut pity is expressed for a county attending tho recent children's welteen hours a week as janitors or in the farm, carpontcr shop, printto a good we are looking-forwarthat is burdened with an inefficient ing olllce. laundry, boarding hall, olllee, etc, and receive pay which fare exposition at Lyon, France, it report from you this fall. road engineer. has been decided to establish thero reduces their expenses. Yours very truly, classes for visiting nurses, tho ROBERT F. SPENCE young man or young woman can get an education A good road survey must be made Any nurses to be selected by tho AmeriCounty Agent if the road is built as cheaply as al Berea if there is the will lo do so. can Red Cros. Tho courses will possible. last four months, tho graduates If it is impossiblo for any young man or young woman to be licensed visiting nurses TO MEMBERS OF AGRICULTURAL year, by all means they should enter for a courso durEverybody knows that tho roads in school the full who will travel about teaching CLUBS GROWING POTATOES exist- ing the winter and spring terms. mothers and children's nurses, nnd Insect pests, plant diseases and cannot bo maintained under ing conditions without more revenue, giving simple treatment when neces- worst The public schools will close about Christmas and tho teachers weeds are the farmers' ary. and advanced pupils should not bo idle through tho long winter enemies and cause tremendous losses months but should be studying in Berea where tho best education can everv year to farm crops. It has CINCINNATI MARKETS. be gotten for least money. The agricultural been estimated by U. S. Department Hay and Grain. center established by tho American of Agriculture experts, that insects Anniir.antu mint tirlnn or send a testimonial showing that they an Hay No. 1 timothy 23.5O02t, No. or i22.50.3.E0, No. 1 clover mixed $20.50 hod Cross on a farm near Chenuon-ceaii- x, of various sorts destroy 20 ahnvn i vfinr. nlit In nood hdalth and of nood character. This mar bt one-fift- h of our vegetable crops 0 22.50. No 2 clover mixed ?ltf.GO0 signed by some former Berea student In good standing or some rellabli Is now in operation. It is 1 c pupped to accommodate 125 mutilcs Tho loss in the United States by in 20.50, No.No. clover f 15(Q 16. or neighbor. The use of tobacco is strictly loroiaaen. 2 white 183&S3KC, stand Oats teacher I serts to this class of crops alono is ard white 820&3c, No. 3 white 82y from tho French Army. Six bar-- 1 approximately $60,000- ,- !2V4c. No. 2 mixed 77ft 78e, No. 3 mix- For Information or friendly advice writo to the Secretary, estimated at racks aro under construction and 7C Protect yourself from cdCorn-- No. 77c. 000 annually. tools and machinery liavo been 2 white I2.10G2.14, No. MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Ky. losses ty combatting theso ,h(e shipped from America. A complete serious No. 2 yellow mias.io. 1,0. v0. 3 veilow ji.soi.&g. No. nosts as soon as they appear. "I dairy equipment has been ordered. Keen 11 sharn look out for potato mixed J1.75 1 S5, No. 3 mixed 11.70 white car $1.90 2, yellow oar bugs (Colorado Potato Beetle) as Further perfecting tho efficiency mixed ear $1.5501.60. . ?. .... m., nf H,a Hero U tho nlllcliil yeowiiiiu'n'u ens of its relief work iu France, tho aru ioo Uiuy Butter, Eflg and Poultry. tuno of the United States navy, worn llutter Wholo milk creamery extra potato piam. uci auer me Red Cross has established by Mrs. lithel K. Allcoiito of Wash- American bugs that como out in tho spring, 46c, centralized creamery extras 45Vc, ington, 11 yeoman of the third class. a relief information bureau in Paris, nrsts 4ic. as thoo lay tho eggs that soon hatch Kkbs Prime firsts 3GM.c. firsts 35c. It 1h of blue berge with tho regulation with tho Idea of eliminating all Best Equipment and Service at Lowest Cost. out into a groat number of hungry ordinary nrsts s&c. navy buttoiiH, nnd while cottou ulovuu overlapping of activity und of guard- Wards for Men and for Women, I.lvo Poultry Ilrollers, 1V4 lb and aro u part of the uniform. , young bugs which soon strip tho lug against pussiblo abuse of its under 1',-- . Ib, 300 33c; (owls, Private Rooms, Baths, Electric Service. plant, if tint checked. There aro aver, 3f)c; over, wnr service by unscrupulous persons. Tho divTs"ioitrnwoman'8 4 lus and 30Ac: do under 4 lbs, usuaily two broods of potato bugs 30Vfcc; roosters. 19c lb. work of tho Committee on Public A card index system has been InLive Stock. in a season: ono early in the sumInformation announces that tho stalled, covering tho identification of Cattle Shippers tUI) 17; butcher mer, the other about flvo weeks Eye Treatment, Nose and Surgery, Care in Child-birtIrustet's of Pratt Institute, Brook- tho individual or family assisted steers, extra $14.50015.50, good to Inter than the first. If tho first choke $12.50014.50, common to fair lyn, N. Y., olTer to wives and daugh- and the names of organizations to Ear, General Practice brood is largely destroyed, thero will $8012; heifers, extra $12013, good to ters of Army ofllcers threo scholar- which previous applications for asnot be much troublo with tho sec- choice $110'12, common to fair $7.S0 ships, Including tuition and labor-otor- y sistance have been mado. '0 1U.SU ; cows, extra J1U.25W11.60. ond brood. covering fees, for 1018-1- 9, Calves Kxtru $17, few sales early Come in and visit an establishment, which is a friend in As potato bugs eat tho leaves of $17 25, fair to nood $140 16.75, common household science, household arts, Good to Remember. need, and in reach of all the people. the plant, wo can kill them easily and larne $74113. and preparation for institutional It Is well to have vUlons of a better heavy Hoks Selected shippers on tho leaves. Any by putting poison work. life tlinn that of every day, but It ti $17.25, good to choice packers and of tho following spray mixtures will butchers $17 25. medium (160 to 180 the life of every day from which eleRobert H. Cowley, M.D., Physician Truly Republican. lbs) $17.35017.50, stags $11013. com do tho work: ments of 11 better life must come. That country U republican where Mncterllutk. Mrs. Anna Powell Hackett, Superintendent fat Paris Green 1 pound to 75 gal- men to choice heavy $17.50,sows $140) 15.75, light pigs (110 honesty and merit ure rfconulicd aud water, or one level table- - Uis ana lessishippers lons of I1CU17.&U. rewarded. SIX DOORS Berea's rather lengthy article appeared SOLDIER WHO WAS NEAR DEATH TELLS OF HEROISM OF RED CROSS NURSES UNDER FOR ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE I Leaii-(past- Berea's , an 3rd Berea's j id 4th Berea's fr Berea's Preparatory 6th hos-pot- fO-0- ed nRizh d able-bodi- ed 1 Berea College Hospital Sun-parlo- h, Jllly IB, 1018. Till CITIZEN Page Sovcn IMPROVED UtnrOBM PTTIBNATIONAL BUSINESS HAMPERED PRICE-FIXIN- SUNMYSCIDL enr nrev, i. ii. fitzwatkh, o. .. Tenclmr of Engllah Illlile In tho MwMy Illble Inttllulo of Chlcnttu) (Copyright, 1918. Western Newspaper t'nlon.) LESSON FOR AUGUST OROWINQ STRONGER. 1:M. Lesson Sound Doctrine I)y REV. Sccratary of CorrMpondtnct Drparlmtat, Mofrlr HIM Inilltutt, Chicago epenk thou the things which doctrine.-Tltua 1 FOR BOYS J. H. RALSTON, D. D. VWWMWWWWAVA (Copyright, by A. Neely Hall.) CHEST-WEIGH- Br A. NEEL.Y HALL Auther of "Tht Hanrfr Hor," "Tht tier Ifandkran for Hand? Crnmn." Hera" at. UNCERTAINTIES OF PLANS AND PROPOSITION TO PUT TAX ON MATERIALS. Margeret Dy SUSAN CLAOBTT TKXT-ll- ut 4 It 1'eter hecorno miund i of the world war Is the seriousness with respect to many things that One of the I.rS80N TKXT8 Luko 2 K-- (MAY UK UBKD WITH TKMI'KIIANCK API'LICATIONH.) the path of tho nOI.MCN TKXT-ll- ut righteous li iui the ilnwnltiK llxlit, thnt lilnrtti more nm1 morn unto the twrfect day.-I'rov- trhs DKVOTIONAI. :ll JtKADlNa-IIpheit- an ritIM AHY I.KflflON MATKIMAI I.ukn heretofore were treated very There has been a certain dilettantism In almost every sphere of humnii activity, but now mull Is driven by tho very necessity of his being and surroundings, to economy, thoughtful-Hes- s and to deep Taking the Country as a Whole, Mercantile Dullness Has Deen Quite A HOME-MADGood, In Certain Manufacturing Centers Especially. Tho objection to tho common form ot chest-weigoxorclscr because. It cannot bo fastened to a wall without Mm VnrU U'lilln Ihn rnntlnimnrfl mnrrtng tho plaster, Is eliminated in ot favorable weather has permitted tho sot shown below by reason of nearly maximum production in various lmportr.nl Industries tho output, ns a rule, hns beon barely sufficient to answer tho expanding requirements 3f the Government, nnd hence civilian buyers still tlnd llttlo available. Thero icoms to bo no hope for Improvement this respect, ns tho advent of warmer weather will doubtless curtail production, whllo tho shortago of labor Is becoming moro marked, and a still more serious deficiency Is expected with additional drafts for military "war jervlce. As far as the Industries" aro concerned this will be offset to some extent by further diversion of labor from The latter has resulted In a material Increase In the employment Taking the country as a of women. whole, mercantile business has been quite good. In certain manufacturing centers It has beon surprisingly so. Jobbers, who havo not yet received their quotas for tho coming fall because of deliveries belated to give away to war orders, aro eager to maKo jure of getting what they will need r Retailers of for next spring. aro Just as anxious to bo that their supplies for fall will reach them In tlmo. The latter aro disturbed because of of certain sta-nlthu otilclal notions at lower levels, which Is to be followed by reduction In other fabrics. This trend, In fact, is plainly seen to be downward, and the question Is as to how soon It will be practically manifested In the prices ot garments, whether they be of mnile-ucotton, wool, or silk. The Jobbers, with a longer look ahead, are perturbed at the suggestions which have come from Washington. Intimating that purchases of garments, household paraphernalia, and other articles above certain prices are to be taxed. Thla mav have one. or both, of two ef fects. It may cause a great deal of buying In advance to avoid tho pay mont of the tax penalty, or It may re of buy' ..it in n ilerlded restriction to make Mantffistlv. it is difficult ini arrangements very far ahead, when na at this kind aro auuea to those Incident to the war condi tions. The prospects for the present anu cau appear to be for piece-mea- i Tt Is an axiom that trans nr.ritinn fnrllltlns are limited by those of the terminals whether they be roads, railways, or waterways, a iirtkin? And nalnful example or inis was given the country last winter when fuelless days had to oe oruerea to holn clear the congestion around this and other cities. In pur-jultready-to-weaas-iirprice-fixing n ;Copyrtght, MS. by thu McClure Newipa- per syndicate.) HKNIOIl AND INTKIIMEDIATH. kind of strength ADUI.T TOlMC-Tl- m rifed. Kettlnic It, lialng It. , ADDITIONAL M ATIHMAI taalah 44: . I'hlllpptnn ZM1. Kplirtlant 3:14-2- 1 A I. Jesus Chrlit Growing (Luke 1!: study. May It not be Wlillc Christ wns Indeed divine, Ills di'lty did not Interfere with IiIh development tin n human being. Tho processes (if hi physical, nielitiil, mid spiritual crow tli were tlx; same as ttioii nf nny liiitiniii being. 1. 'Jesiis tarrying lielilml nt Jerusalem (vv. I'J. W). At the nge of twelve n Jewish child took his place as it worshipper In the temple. He was considered n "child of the law." Relng conscious of his mission, when Joseph iiml tilt mother were returning from nttendiiiico tat tho Passover, ho tarried helilnd to enter the temple nnd Inquired Into the meaning of the ordinances of God's House. He had nil alert, eater mind, which lnitiln'il after the truth, especially the truth concerning hU Father's House. His heart yearned nfter thnt In religion there has been a llko dilettantism? Has It not been a common thing to havo men say, "It makes no difference what a man believes so he acts rlghtJ" Such an expression Is common to the person who has practically no religious profession, but many in tho churches of Jesus Christ are saying, "Oh, we don't enrei Ono minister is ns good ns nnother. Wo are under obligation to believe ono mnn ns well nn another." Hns not that position been taken to such an extent thnt the sense of discrimination ns to the minister's message hns become deadened or loit? A distinguished American pnslor said not long ago thnt he wns prenchlng In the Highlands of Scotland nnd ho found himself nttacked at the close of his sermon ns to the squaring of his teaching with the Illble nnd with the standards of the Scottish church. Is It not n rare thing to hnve a minister criticized because he Is not sound or orthodox? How a minister Is dressed how ho speaks, what are his mannerisms? lire universal subjects of remark, but rarely Is It nsked, "Is he sound In doctrine?" Many nt once become Incensed If you suggest such n thing ns unsoundness In doctrine, and today a largo proportion of these are professed Christians nnd liberal supporters of Christian work. The text was written by the Apostle I'nul nnd In the short letter from which It Is taken I'uul speaks some five times about this soundness. An exnmlnntbvi of the different verses shows thnt the word translated sound as nn adjective menns primarily . What wo healthful or note of thu trend of Paul's mind guided by the Holy Spirit ns found In his writings In the two epistles to Timothy and the ono from which this text Is taken, lends to no confusion ns to his desire to purify Christian doctrine or teaching. Ho warns us. too, of "Mnny unruly and vain talkers and deceivers whose mouths must be stopped, teaching things which they ought not." Writing about the same to Timothy he spoke of tho tlmo when "Men will not endure sound doctrine, hut will heap to themselves teachers having Itching ears, and they shall turu away their ears from tho truth nnd shall be turned unto fnbles." Doctrine Is simply teaching of any kind. It may bo profound or superficial, right or wrong, pleasing or disturbing. Now, what Is sound doctrine or teaching? Thero must bo some criterion or Judgment. The suggestion of the Apostlo Paul In his Initial way gives one of these. This prenchlng health-giving- The nlr wns filled with tho porfumo of roses nnd the morning breer.o blew tho light curtains to nnd fro nnd waft ed tho delicious fragrance through tho open window. A little child wns seut ed upon the floor burying n whlta kitten tinder tho red rose potnls sho hnd pulled from stems scattered abouL Near her loy n doll very much undressed. Reside It n little pllo of dainty clothing ready for use when her mistress remembered what was duo to respectability. Watching the group with listless eyes was a woman, stretched with nn Invalid's Inertness upon n couch. Lis tening to the child's low tnlk, sho caught tho sound of a quick step upon the veranda nnd n faint gleam of color rose to her face to disappear before a man stepped through the long window Into tho room; n man alert In movement whose keen eyes softened to a marvelous gentleness ns he looked to wn rd her. With nn nlmost Imperceptible m tlon the girl pressed more deeply Into the pillows supporting her. The slight movement was not lost upon the man. who laid his hand upon the child's bead, laughing ns he turned her fnco to meet his gaze. I nm n strong man, Margeret, while you Ho gripped the frame of tho window until the veins stood out In great cords upon his hand. He hnd forced himself to speak quietly nnd his voice gnve no hint of the agony of fenr that possessed htm. Aro you going to let your will stnnd between us, spoil our lives? Happiness will lengthen yours. And mine?" Ho drew n deep breath. "Wo will not tnlk of mine, dear. For your own sako I Implore you to listen to me." Auntie, whnt docs Doctor Max want you to do?" Tho forgotten child slipped between them and threw nn nrm across the frail figure. "Ho wishes mo to go away with him, denr." In "Will you?" Ruth questioned sudden fenr. Tho weary eyes looked steadily Into the domlnnnt ones above her nnd were held by tho pain and misery she saw In their depths. Her own were dark with suffering ns sho turned away with a sigh. "No, swenthoart." With n laugh of relief tho child resumed her play nnd the mnn left the room. Some hours Inter ns tho last rays of the setting sun glinted ncross tho room, Ruth danced Into It holding her doll closely saying over and over one word until the rythm reached the dulled consciousness of the woman lying on the couch and flower-scented Pi aroused her. "What Is It you say, dear?" "Such a funny word thnt mummy told me nbout." the child nnswered. I wnnt to know what It "Skidded. menns, because she says Doctor Max did It down the hill. She didn't tell me where." Suddenly erect Margeret stared nt the child. "Tell Mnmmy Rose to come here, Ruth, and we will And out what Pi a Its being attached to the edge of door. The cross board A, to which tho pulleys are attached (Fig. 1), should be prepared first. Cut this shout 6 Inches wide and 18 inches long. Get a pulleys, not pair of clothes-linbut the kind with "eyes" that fasten with staples. Attach theso pulleys to the cross board one Inch from the ends and the same distance down from tho top edge. Fasten a pair ot strips 8 Inches Ions to the back of board A (D, Fig. 2), placing them In the center of the length of the board, one Inch above what will be the lower edge ot the board, and spacing them two Inches apart, or JuBt far enough to allow the door to slip between. Strips II are provided to rest upon tho door knobs for support of the cross board. Fasten e screw-pulleys, his Father. 2. Jesus found Jn tho temple (w. When Joseph nnd Jesus' mother hnd gone Home distance on their return Journey they perceived that Jesus Him missing, nnd Miught htm among their kinsfolk and acquaintance. Not find-luhim there, they turned hack to Jerusalem where they found him In the temple. (1) He wni "sitting" (v. ifl) show-In- g that he was no passing visitor or tilghtseer. He wuh perfectly at home In his Futhor's House. (2) Ho wiib "hearing" the tenchers of God's Word (v. 10). This nhows he wax eager to learn God's will. (v. 10). (3) He ticked question The growing mind Is Inquisitive. It more than receives thnt which tnusht: It Inquires after. (I) He answered questions (v. 42). Ills nnswers showed treat wisdom, It was not nn exhibition of IiIh divine wisdom, hut nil expression of the workings of a perfect human mind HUffused by the Holy Spirit. Mary's complaint (vv. Klin remonstrates with tl for his He inude no apology, show ing that he was more than the son of Mary; God was his Father. 4. Jesns obedient (v. SI). Though he wan conscious of his divine being and mission, he lived a life of llllal obedience. f. Jesus' development (v. S2). It wan (1) Mental "Increased In wisdom. g ). 111 "What a careless, careless mother, Ruth, to leavo your child In this con' dltlon. She will take cold." 'Tin nw'Iy nnxlous. Doctor Mnr, nnd I'm glad you have come," she nn- swered, gravely. "I'm afraid Colum bin has hurt herself nnd will have to have nn op'ratlon." With gravity equaling her own, the physician took tho doll and worked nt stiff and broken Joints until legs nnd nrms moved easily. He was glad of the respite, for tho slight withdrawing of the woman upon the couch had hurt him to the quick. Not until the doll was In perfect order did he turn nnd take the slender hand In his strong, warm clasp. With professional quick ness he noted the Irregular pulse and heavy eyes. "You did not sleep last night," he Bald gently. ti iiiviriil (.'!) Spiritual "Stnture." "Fnvor with God and (3 A (3) mini." II. Growth In Qraee (II Peter 1:3- 11). This Is not growth Into grace, hut growth In It. Wo get Into grace by tho new birth. This new nnture which lias Its source In God must be developed In order that our lives bo fruitful for Goil (v. 8). that they bear testimony to the cleansing power of Christ's blood (v. 0), and that wo may have assurance of salvation (v. 10). The following are lines of growth: 1. "Virtue" (v. 5). Virtue here menus energy or cour-ngThis Is not "added" as In tho d Authorized Version, hut as In tho Version which reads: "In your fnlth supply virtue." It menus Increase by growth, not by external Fulth Is the root from Junction. which spring all these excellencies. (v. f). 2. "Knowledge" This meatiH a right understanding, a practical knowledge. .1. "Temperance" (v. 0). This Temperance means extends to nil tho affairs of life. Practical knowledge will supply to Itself tho government of ull e. lie-visel. self-contr- , and as to spirmust bo itual doctrine, that would mean that It spiritually. must ho health-givinIn tho first place, tho teaching should bo simple, never causing a doubt In the minds of the hearers ns to tho Intent of the tencher. In his first letter to tho Corinthians Paul, referring to tho man who speaks for God, gives warning that his speech must not bo llko a trumpet that gives an uncertain sound. Fur better Is it that n man Is at once recognized ns speaking ugalnst tho truth than that ho Is so uncertain In his message that tho needy soul does not know whether thero Is anything In the sneech for him or not. Tho Indeflnltene.ss of much of tie religious teaching of today Is a prominent characteristic of It. Jesus Christ was never misunderstood as to man's belief and life. Tho message of "Hilly" Sunday, or Oypsy Smith, Is not health-givingg them with nails driven through board into tbelr ends. Drive a nail Into each ot the strips near the outer ends (C, Fig. 2), and tie tho end of a length ot clothes line to one of these nails (Fig. 1). t to a To attach tho door. It is necessary to rest the bottom edge of board A upon the door latch, and strips Ii upon tho door knobs, then run the rope attached to ono of the nails C around the face ot the door, around the hinged edge, beneath tho lower hlngo, back to the second nail, and then tie securely to the nail. To prevent board A from scratching tho edgo of tho door, tack a piece of heavy cloth over the back. The weights aro made ot tin cans Oiled with sand or earth, preferably bIx-fochest-weigh- Tricolors of Heroic France Honored. "Washington. Throughout the Unl-teStates the tricolor of France waved over throngs celebrating Bastlle Day, the anniversary of the birth ot a new Impressive services were France. held In many of the larger cities, and 35,000 ministers and speakers who are corps ot enrolled In the tho Committee on Public Information spoke to millions of the deep significance of the day and of the close ties which link the United States and the great European republic. Tho groat speakers appeararmy of ing In the churches and other public gathering places spoke of the great part Franco has played In aiding this country to achieve liberty and freedom and then by rising votes secured the indorsement of their audiences to a resolution of praise and affection for France. d four-minut- e four-minut- e Captain Was Young Woman. r. .- - r .1 a There was. In the early days of the last century, n certain Captain Alexandras attached to the Russian Itoyal Uhlans. Tho captain's name was really Nndeshdn Durovn, "nnd "he" was n young woman who, nt the age of sixteen, had enlisted In a Cossack regiment. Nadeshdn fought nt Gustadt In 1807, where she routed a party of French dragons, und carried u wound I ed officer away on her horse. She was i I uppetltes. 4. "I'atlenco" (v. 0). This means endurance. Having control of elf within, thero will bo endurance of that without. 5. "Godliness" (v. 0). This menus piety, reveronco for God. tho submission of tho human will to tho will of God. This Is a part of that prnctlcul knowledge which wo uro obliged to bupply. 0. "Hotherly kindness" (v. 7). Lovo of tho brethren must bo develTho proof that oped In godliness. ho loves tho one Is godly U tlia brethren (1 John 5:1). This means tho special love of Christians for each other. 7. "Charity" (v. 7). This Is love. Peter's cllmnr Is reached In love. Out of faith, which Is thu root, springs this seven-folfruit. In order to prevent uitostasy, Peter calls all to bo diligent In tho development of theso graces. All euch ahull eudure. d misunderstood. In tho second pi a Co tho message should ho sound In the sense that It Is In nccordanco with tho accepted belief There of tho Christian centuries. hnvo been alterations from tho truth at practically every point, yet tho of Christian belief Is trustworthy and cannot bo misunderstood. The confusion of tho present day Is universally acknowledged, but fifty years ago this confusion did not exist. Tho Godless philosophy of today, unquestionably finding Its hatching placo In tho German universities and theo- sand. Sirup cans with covers that fit logical schoolsT and tho theology of down Into tho tops aro the boat kind to tbo flood of Action and other more seri- use. Pierce two holes through each ous literature that has swept over tho can, locatlug them directly opposite land, has fallen altogether Into ruin In ono another, and near the top, and run through them a wire long enough tho light of tho present war. aud thinking men ure to extend up over tho top and be bent driven to tbo necessity of conceding Into a loop (Figs. 3 and i). s The handles for the that possibly tho accept unco of tho proposition that tho Illhlo Is the Word aro mado from a pair ot package-carryin- g handles (Fig. 6), with the of God, Infallible In Its records, and supremo In authority, Is tho need of hooked wires removed, and tho day and Is the ouly guaranty of tho wire loops insortod In their stead (Fig. 6). oundaesR of doctrine. to d chest-wolght- wounded nt Smolensk nnd Ilorodlno, and took part In the harrying of tho grand army In Its retreat from Mos-- 1 cow. The Husslnn emperor, Alexan- -' dcr, was privy to the secret of her sex, nnd It was by his liijtrutjojithnt she wns always treated at court as cnptuln Nadeshda reIn the Itoynl Uhlans. tired from military servlco at the ago and nssunied tho role, of twenty-five- , moro impropriate to her sex, of a writer of romances. "No," she answered, quietly meet Ing his eyes. With n sigh he left her side and stood for long looking with unseclag garden; eyes Into the searching, ns he dally searched, his mind for some means of combating the will of the woman he desired above all things to make his wife, and as always he turned toward her feeling the utter futility of any effort ha might make. "You gain no strength." he said at last, the misery In his heart told In the sodden strain of his voice. For the moment the usually physician was not himself. And words ho felt should not be spoken at the present time were forced from his Hps by his Intolerable nnxlety. "If I thought my leaving you, Margeret, would be your gain, I would go within the hour. Rut you need me. You need my strength, my understanding. This, that you allow to stnnd between us Is n false conception of your physical condition. You have thought nbout yourself until you hnve become obsessed by the Idea thnt you aro a helpless Invalid." "Will I ever be strong. Max?" "Strength would come with happiness. It Is happiness you are fighting with all that Is In you under the mistaken Impression that you would rauke of my life n failure by coming to me, whereas I need you more than I can say. I need peace of mind. That I cannot have when I see you putting from you the love God hns Implanted In your heart ; thnt you have told mo you feel for me. "The battle Is going ngnlnst you, dear. Each day I see it. It Is the constant effort to keep the barrier be- twecn us thnt tells so upon you. I I know know this as your physician. It becauso of my lovo for you. Why ' are you eo unwilling to allow me to be the Judge of what Is best for me? That Is what you ore doing. Deciding for me. Dear, no man who Is n man Is going to accept without protest such n decision. If you enre nothing for mo there la nothing more to bo said. I nm man enough, I hope, to take my But medicine without whimpering. you have told me that you do care; that you will not give yourself to me because you will bo a drag upon my ; she meant." "I's rlgh' hynr, Miss Mnr'grcL I Jus' dun roller dat chlP case I feared she'd say somefln' she shouldn't. Now don' yo' git skeered, honey, fo' thar nln' nothln' to git skeered nbout." "Whnt are you talking nbout. Mammy? What has happened to Doctor Max? Tell me at once." "Jus' nuffln but whnt dat no count nigger, Jnke, tol' m . He say de doctor skidded, ef yo' know whnt dat mean, an' dun brought up at de horse-piddlLnn's sake I Whnr yo' goln. Miss Margaret, hah yo' done gone clare crazy?" For Margeret had left the couch and was making her way slowly, stumbllngly townnl the veranda through the open window. Followed by her old nurse and the wondering child, with one Intent, to reach the hospital around the corner from her home, she went falterlngly on. catching now and then to mam again straightening my's shoulder, herself and walking alone while the old colored woman muttered Imprecations upon her son. Jake, whose story had brought nbout this unheard-o- f thing. Rut the strength, keyed for the moment to unusual exertion could last but n little time. Conscious that It was fast leaving her, Margeret prayed for It to last until she reached tho building; prayed that she would be In time to tell him thnt she was awake ut last. Nothing mattered but that he should know what life would mean to her without him, nnd she hurried, hurried until nt length she sank exhausted upon the steps lending up to St. Luke's. There were people nbout who stared nt her. Mammy Rose with hnnds upon her bulging hlps.glured at them as she sheltered the girl with her huge figure. Then an Inspiration enme to her nnd her miinner changed to ingratiating blandness. "Ef one ob yo'nlls Ml go up thar nn' ssk fo' de doctor I suttlnly'd be e. much erbleeged." "Any one in particular?" some one nsked. "Suttlnly not." she replied, with dignity. "Jus' some doctor'Il do." She wnlted long, long enough for the passersby, their curiosity unsatisfied, to go their different ways. Hearing steps behind her she turned nnd for the second time within the hour gasped out her amazement at the .fwr Rationing of Coal to Household. Washington. Rationing ot coal to householders was announced by the Fuol Administration as among tho plans designed to prevent a threatened shortage ot coal next winter. Kach domestic consumer will be allowed only as much coal as Is found to ba necessary to heat his scientifically house to C8 degrees, provided every conservation rule has been obeyed. Tho allowance for each householder, the announcement said, will he sufficient tor comfort, but "the thoughtloss and wasteful consumer who finds his allowance, gone before tho end of the winter will havo only himself to thaulc It ho has no fuol with which to heat his bouse." There was n moment of silence, then she put her slender fingers about his and rested her cheek against his band. "Max, would that bo at peaeo If I dld ns you wish?" she asked gently a8 she placed his hand over her laboring heart. "Would happiness where thero would bo constant regret? You say I am obsessed by tho fenr I would spoil your life. I nm. Whnt help could I bo to n mnn climbing, as you are climbing each duy higher In your profession? I would bo proud of you, yet I could do nothing but sit and wait nnd listen. And when you were not with mo thero would always bo regret. Try ns I would. I could not hide It. Your lovo would And It out and you would be as miserable us I." "You talk nonsense," ho returned roughly. "I am thinking of you as well us myself. It Is your life ns well as mine I nm begging for. Hearts can he starved ns well as bodies, only some tuko longer to dlo than other. con-tlnu- o life:' Hi.m. gBS&friaaffi unexpected. "Fo' Gawds sako I Wot yo' doln' runntn' down dese hynr stairs I Miss Mar'grct an' me fou't yo' was daldl" "Hush Mammy," Doctor Max said Imperatively. "Hush." Stooping. b gathered the girl into his arms. Then Margeret spoke. "I am only tired. Just tired. Is it you, Max? I was afraid I would never reach yon and I wanted I so to tell you that I giro up. thought I was right, dear, but nothing matters now but Just you," and before the scanjnjjzed gazo of Mammy Rosb tho girl slipped hor arms about tho big doctor's neck, "Jus as ef she had'n bin brung up 'spectablo," &?,f" tho old woman moaned. A Why He Took Out Iniuranc. llfo Insurance man wrote a largo business man policy on a not long ago, nnd when ho delivered tbo policy asked : "Do you mind telling me why you, a wealthy man, huvo taken out this well-to-d- life Insurance?" "Men dlo nt the wrong time said. I" ho If mon coulJ only dlo at tho right time, when their work is finished, when their fluancos ure In good shape, when their going will create tho least possible disturbance to their families aud their business, Insurance would bo of less uso than It Rut every man Is, says Kveryweek. who is worth whllo always has an Iron In tho tiro eomuwhoro. The Surest Preparation is Training School Pago EigliL the citizen I July 18, 1018, Crab Orchard, wcro visiting at Mrs. visited relatives hero ycslenlay and W. iM. C. Ilutcliins,' Inst week. I The protracted meeting at Mrs. Ma.t fiollelt lias gone (o visit Hi Log l.iek Christian Church wilt her sister nt Columbus, Indiana. I egtn August II and will be con- . f .i oiinsous wire and clilltl- - dueled hy llie pastor, llie Rev, Jas. '"I'm ren have, gone to visit her father j Ltmsford, or Drey fus. The servlco and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Carlow ling of this place now has seven No rormpondcnrr puMlihnl unlrtu licnnt In full by tho wrllrr. The namr urocK, ot I'illsimrg. Crops are look- slitrs to represent the seven boys in n niilrne of rul faith. Writ plalnlr It not for imlillcAtfon, Imt r. i. ing reasonably well here, ronsider- - I'ncle Sam's big Army. -- Wlllio Har-tning mo cool, iiry weather. Suc-was killed by Henry Merreli, Vituvnt-T- wo JACKSON COUNTY of Tilfonl Creech's' r,(,',s lo T,,t' fi'zett and Us new bis uncle, one day Inst week, near chillier .i have measles. John lint- -, '(",or Herd here; the cause of the trouble was Herd, July 13. Farmers are put- - tier mid Miss Delia Lynch wore Irivlnl and Mr. Merrelt Is out on ling in good time Inking care of mildly married last Saturday ovon- Imnd.-M- Iss ROCKCASTLE COUNTY Christie, Helen of oats ami grass. Several from this Ml. N e wish them success and a Cooksburg Omaha, Neb, was here last MonOooksburg, July 15. Mrs. Sarah (lay, to nliend the burinl of hor place attended the lied Cross meet- long life. ing at Atmvllle, the Fourth of July. Vnnzout is in very poor health this brother who was drowned in Rock summer. It has been ipillr cold for River, Our S'unday-sdioMisses Myrtle and Icy Farmer reGARRARD COUNTY is prollie past two weeks, and tho corn gressing line, wilh Cyrus White as turned homo Tuesday, after a week's Paint Lick visit wilh relatives nt Olin. The M. Roblson superintendent nnd Dr. A. T. Neal Paint Lick, July II. Mis? fnna crop is sulToring.- -J. singing nt ML Oilend is progressing Dunn, of Lanrnstcr, is teaching thej made an interesting talk nt the (earlier of (be Bible Class. inceiy wjui .Mr. ueorge .Miner as suony ,i'oini school. lira Tinder Crooked school house. Friday. A teacher. Mrs. Cora Eslridge, of Cin- - is conducting n series of meetings large crowd was there to hear him ROCKCASTLE COUNTY Mrs. Mary McGuirr left Sunday einnall. I visiting relatives nt this al the Fnirview Christian Church, . Conway place. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Mc- Mrs. Tom Ilalslon and daughter, for Dayton, O, where hor husband Conway, July It Everbody enDaniel and Miss Mallie Parker, all ..Mrs. Tolly Cornelt and Mrs. Oscar is employed. Saturday and Sunday AND or uurning bprings, nro visiting Mr. llnmmark and sister, Mrs. John were regulnr church days at Cavo joyed tho good holiness singing last Training School for Nurses Sunday. and Our anil Mrs. I. S. McOeorge, at this Anderson, recently visiled her son Ridge, alo the holiness meeting in Saturday BEREA, KY, candidate, J. M. Robisnn, gave an writing. Mr. Bob nnd family, who, Frank Ralston, who is in Camn Morris Valley the same days. Up to date Laboratory and X Ray Equipment have been at Hamilton, Ohio, for Sherman, Georgia. Bryan Oastin- - school is progressing nicely, with interesting lecture to a largo consome time, have moved back to their eatt, of Hyaltsvillc, has enlisted In David Singleton as teacher. Willis gregation. Saturday at 2:00 pjn. SPECIALTIES old home at Ibis place. Mrs. Mary the Navy. Mrs. Walter Davis and Singleton Surgrry is working with the Barney Jones and brolher-ln-laObitetrica and Gynecology Bactrriologitt Farmer is visiting her daugbler a Mrs. Bryant, of Brynntsville, took bridge carpenters, near Mullins T. L. Gill, will leavo Monday for DR. U. F. ROBINSON DR.M. M. ROBINSON DR. ALSON BAKER Benham, Harlan, where they have The oat crop in this part l Olin Ibis week. John Amyx and supper wilh Mrs. Bradley Mont Station Visiting houn 1:30 to 430 and to 8.00 p. m., daily Jimmio Davis, both of this place gomery. July 5. Mr. and Mrs. Cam is nearly a failure lames Hurley secured employment for the Coko tc Coal Co. Some boys leave today for left yesterday morning for Hamil Lewis, Mrs. Mae Hudson, Mrs. WC, is cradling oals for S. S. Grilllin ton. Ohio, where (hey expect Haley and son, William, and Miss Hi is week, C L. Thomas has gone military servlco; among them wcro Baptist Church, having Joined thore her of visitors from a distance hnvo seek employment, Hurrah for Tb I tta Lewis, of Berea, spent Sun- to Middletown. Ohio, to secure Edwin Rice, Hnrman Skidmore, Win. t tho ago of llftecn years. Her visited Bltio Lick recently to InCitizen and its many readers day with Mrs. J. T. Thompson' Mr, work. Best wishes from the writor. Pointer, and Earl Phillips. Mrs. T. death is a distinct loss lo tho com- - vestigate the origin of the knobs L. Gill nnd inrant visited her step-- 1 munity, as well as to her immediate designated m this Huah Wildie and Mrs. Bennett Roope, of Frank section as the Hugh, July 15. Tho crop report fort, motored over, Saturday, to Wildie. July IS. Ella, the littlo father, J. G. Jones, of Scaffold Cane, family, nnd her ministrations in "Crater." Many wild speculation along this littlo valley is very bad spend the week end with her daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe part of last week. S. P. Caudill has 'sickness nnd trouble will be sadly as to the probability of a volcanic purchased a new Ford. Mr. Chap- - missed. During all the period of eruption hae been haxardod by nothing Hko as good as this tims parent-"-. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Noe. CofToy, typhoid has fever. last year. .lake Catcs and John They brot with them little Miss Eva Stephen Langford. from West pell's family, who have been con-- 1 hep illness of over a year, sho was scientists and students of topogpatient and prayerful that God's raphy, but so Tar, theories as to tho Calcs are called for military duty Wynn, who had been visiting her Point, was with liomefolks Sunday. lined with measles, are improving. Mrs. Delilia Goed and littlo (laugh- - will might be done, and was ready cause of this novel and and will have to leave hero July for a week. Miss Mary Day and Steve is a line lookine soldier. interesting Bongo is sick. Mr, John Talum, Jr., wore married in ILazel Carter, who has typhoid, is ter. Joan, continue to visit her to go when the summons came. Tho freak of nature have proven un16. Everetlo and Mrs. Isaacs Burns were visitors Richmond. Wednesday. Their host gradually gelling belter. Earl mother. Mrs. Polly Dean. Mrs. sympathy of tho wholo community satisfactory. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ernest here, Sunday. Tho singing choir of friends extend best wishes lo Phillips was called to military duty. Allie Berry and daughter. Hazel., is extended lo tho family in till?, Coyle. of Toledo. O, are visiting visited Mrs. Thompson Dalton and their hour of sorrow, met at the church house. Sunday them. Mrs. John Lackey and daugh He leave's todav for Fort Thomas. the parents of Mrs. Coylo, Mr. and night, for the purpose of practicing ter, Mary Elizabeth, of Kingston Mr. and Mrs. Alpha Pean and cliil daughter, Miss Rosa. School will Mrs. Hensley. The Coyles recently on some new songs beforo our were guests of W. B. Lackey, Sat dren. of Hiatt, spent Sunday with begin tomorrow, with Mrs. W. h.: adopted a Frrnrh orphan, n bright CARD OF THANKS , protracted meeting begins, tho 4th unlay and Sunday. W. C. Wynn Mr. and Mrs. T. S1. Reynolds and wynn. teacher. May it bo a sue- wis, to ,rarlily thank all our handsome hoy. two nnd one-ha- lf Sunday night in this month. Mr. and son. Boyd, have purchased family. Mrs. Julia Mrnnefee re-- 1 cess. friends and neighbors for their kind years of age. named Paul. Ho was and Mrs. James Alexander, of near new Chevrolet car from White & reivrd a fard today, tellimj her! Conway. July 15. Brother Gooch helpfulness durimr tho sicknosa nml chosen by Mr. Coyle from a group this place, aro rejoicing over a 12 Riddle. The store al Nina, belong that her son, John H. Mrnnefee ar- - filled his regular appoinlmont ajl tho death of our beloved wife, mother "f thirteen children recently sent pound boy. Claud Powell visiled his ng to William Wliittaker. burned rived safely oversea". Mrs. Mollie Fair View Church, Saturday night and sister. to this country for adoption into sister, Sunday. Little Albert Crow Thursday night. Frank Davis left Thomas Taylor and Family, American homes. Miss Francos ly Is sick, at this writing. Nellie, Monday, for Ft. Thomas. Sproule. formerly a student of Gertie, Martie. and Fannie Abrams Berea College, but a tracher for the Blue Lick Harmony nil attended tho holiness baptizing past two years in a girls' school at Bluo Lick, July 8. Quito a num Harmony, July 8 On tho fifth on Red Lick, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Sunday in Juno, Rov. W. M. C. her from Blue Lick attended the Aurora. III.. Is spending vacation G. M. Benge entertained at dinner, Hutchins, Fourth at Berea and helped to swell Willi Miss Myrtle Johnson. John W. of this place, and Dr. T. Good Light Bread and Biscuit Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Benge and B. Lyne, the receipts from tho Red Cross Flanery. recently employed as an of Crab Orchard, attended daughter. Ellen. Mr. and Mrs. Isaacs tho dedication can be made from dinner and tho picture show.. Agrirulttiral Demonstrator in Tenof tho New Baptist Burns, Mrs. Van Winkle, and chi- Church house "Every great movement in the annals nessee, was inrluded in the draft at Ephesus. Barney ldrenHurrah for THE CITIZEN. I Adams was up at Crab Orchard of tho world Is the triumph of en and has entered the service. He is wish it came twice a week instead Saturday, and bought some thusinsm;" consequently, our worthy now (raining in a Southern camp. War of once. trustee. Mack Johnson, of Blue Lick Savings Stamps. Mrs. J. B. Hutch Wallaceton Order a sack from your Grocer and be Convinced district No. 7, when confronted with Wallaceton. July II. Wo nro ins and daughter, Elsie, were visitOWSLEY COUNTY the fact that Undo Sam expected the having very cool weather; crops aro ing at Mrs. W. M. C. Hutchins last Earnestville stupendous loan of $3,300 in tho still looking well; hay is above tho week. Misses 4Jao and Bertha Jones W. S". S. movement, was staggered. averngo and tho farnvers liavo gotten Earnestvillc, July 15. Farmers visited their undo John Jones last aro all busy saving their grass and Sunday. J. C. Wilson is having a Stewart, of near Richmond, is visit and Sunday, with largo attendance 11,11 wo aro Ptl1' (o announce that It all up in lino shape without laying by corn. Born to Mr. and large tobacco barn built. Wado ing relatives and friends here. Mr, School will begin at Fairviow, Mack's continual pushing and as- - having it damaged by rain. Thero Mrs. Leonard Murphy, July 6, a Jones has been on tho sick list, and Mrs. J. H. Brannanian, of Con MomJay. Miss Hilda Chandler, of suranco is pulling tho difllculty have been several changes made in four pound girl, named Kathalecn.i We are having a line rain this morn way, are visiting Mrs. Julia Branna Broadhead, and Miss Mollio Woodall, ollt of countenance and his enthusi-o- f classifying the boys in this neighMr. and Mrs. J. R. Dunnigan gave ing which was badly needed. W. C, nian and family this week. Tho Berea, with Mr. and Mrs. Sam'11'"" in interpreting (o tho people borhood: C. B. Kidd and Hugh the young folks a social, Wednes- - Hoskins sold a bunch of Iambs to fruit is a little scarce around here; Lambert, gave a family reunion at: l,lat "if" t''o will, not the gift, that Campbell were changed from 3rd day night, in honor of some boys E. L. Wilson for 15 cents per lb, no peaches, no blackberries, and their home tho Fourth. All report '"'akes the giver," has overcome tho to 1st class. D. S Botkin was visitHarmony, July 15. Thero will be apples not so plentiful. Hurrah for a flno time. Mrs. J. S. Pore, from apparent impossibility, realizing an ing his daughter, Mrs. T. R. Brown, who were called tq the Army, re- conlly; all reported a fine time. A preaching Covington, is visiting her mother. agCTegate of SII0 for the two near Irankfort last week. Miss at Harmony Baptist Tho Citizen and its many readers large crowd attended the ice cream Church, next Sunday, by the Rev, Mrs. Lucy Beldon, this week. Mrs. Hirelings. With equal success for Smithio Botkin is home again from Supper Saturday night, given by W. II. Brjant, of Cartersville. Tho James Cox, who has been sick for ino remainder or tho year, wo an- an extruded visit witli her sister, CLAY COUNTY McQueen James and Harrison Rev. W. M. C. Hutchins, of this tho past week, is able to bo out ticipate reaching tho high tido Mrs. T. R. Brown. Finley Peters is Malcom Tackct Chester Brewer, a soldier" place mn Pr T. B. Lyne attended Mary Rich of Uiis mark. Wo aro linving a splendid visiting his sister. Mrs. Emily Kidd, Malcom, July 13. The farmers of again-M- Iss located somewhere in California, ac- church at Holdom last Saturday and this vicinity hnvo llnislied their corn, placo, is visiting her brother-in-larain today; not a "ground sizzlor," the pat week; also her father from companied by his friend, Miss Sunday ami while there, Dr. Lyno but aro very busy taking care of Grovcr Thomas, at Mina. Miss Liza or a "grilly washer," but a gcntlo Taylor County is visiting Mrs. Kidd. James A. Baker, of this place, Vola Zimmerton, of Kings Mills, 0., igau- - a one jutnotic address. Miss uieir nay anu. oat. crops, wnicti are Miller, from Berea, visited her sis- -, downpour of long continuance and 1(1 Mother ix are, (ho welcome visitors at James Viola Trihhie, of Hyaltsvillc, has repotted very gnod. Gardens aro ter, Mrs. Tom Mou, over Sunday. lost his old trusty' horse, aged 33 Earth is greedily McQueen's and his father, John commenced teaching the school fll ne in this parL Wo are quite Howard, from Leslio County, serving it in the interest of vegi- - ears. Miss Artie Abrams. of Big Brewer, this week. Win. Marcum Harmony. Mrs. D, W. Faulkner, of sorry to have to give up our be- visited'fiis brother, Mat Howard, tho, tation. Farmers fear damage to Hill, is teaching the school in with a full attendance. Osis conducting a series of meetings Berea, and Mrs. Mary E. Shaw, of loved friend, Major Ponder, who has past week. In tho past month there their oal crop as it is in tho shock yet. waiting lo bo baled. Continual car (i.ibbard and wife were calling have been about twenty-fiv- e rattle iron suffering so long with cancer llie stomach. Mr. Ponder quiet snakes killed and captured in this drought necessitated mowing, as it n I). S Botkin, Sunday evening. Convention of Jackson County Christian Churches was short. Miss Sargont enterr The patrons in Wallaceton School ly passed away, July 9th, leaving section. tained her Sunday-scho- ol with a DHtrii't subscribed about S7fi0totho To be held at Cave Spring Church, July 26 to 28, 1918 wife, four daughters, two sons. delightful picnic nt Bluo Lick War Stamps. Russell Frazler goes CLAY COUNTY nd a host of friends. Wo extend church, on Saturday evening, serv- lo the camp tomorrow (Monday'1. Vine our deepest sympathies to the be- FRIDAY, JULY 20, 1918 Vino, July C. Crops look well in ing to each a bounteous supply of Frank Knight, (colored, goes Tuesones. Felix and J. L. Pen- eavrd Night Session inglon of this place liavo gone to this vicinity. Tiso Hornsby, of ico cream cones. A bounteous and day. -- Mr. Highland, of Richmond, 8:00 p.m. Devotional Service James Lunsford orcen Hall, was at this place on elaborato supper was sorved at the is visiting Clnud Kidd. Mrs. Winnlo seek employment in Hamilton, 0. 8:30 "Why This Convention?" Z. Ball Sgt. Ben F. Browning, who was businoss, recently. Mrs. David Hur- - homo of S. Hollinsworth, to tho Botkin is on tho sick list. SATURDAY, JULY 27, 1918 managers nnd other frlonds, after Panola wounded May 28th In antion in ley, who has been sick, is hotter. Morning Session will Ftnco is reported to bo improving A. J. Maupin is still improving. Tho tho picnic Aylccn Manlous Ows- - Panola, July 14. Mrs. Ilosio 0:30 a.m. Devotional Service J. U. McGowan Spivoy, of Hamilton, Ohio, is vlsit- nicely. On Tuesday night Corneli- singings at tho Mauldcn School visit friends and relatives in 10:00 Our Church Program R. B. Baker ,mrent8. Mr. ami Mrs. D. P. 10:45 Bible Sclwol Problems us Fields and Florence Fields, both houso Tuesday and Friday nights ley County this week. Oscar him-,S. P. Pittman 11:30 Jackson County Work vaton fn- - a few weeks. David of Adelc, eloped lo Manchester and wero enjoyed by all present. M. M.I brdl has a new rubber lire buggy. J. B. McGowan and Jtunes Lunsford wero married Wednesday morning. Pondor is still very poorly, Somo of W. L. Hanery, formerly or Berea, Cony Moberly has been visiting 12:00 Adjournment They left on tho early morning tho boys of this placo havo beon is now located In Frcdcricklln, Mo.. frt.,3 nm relatives hero beforo Afternoon Session train. Our best wishes for a long called to tho colors. Thero aro in government employ. Ho writes j living lo attend the call to tho 2:00 p. m. Devotional Service z. Ball that tho Fourth was celebrated ,.0rs oll Juy l5 His manv friends happy futuro follow them. Mrs. many prayers for their return. 2:30 The Need For Better Organization in Our Sunday-scho- ol is still Improving, thero with much enthusiasm. Ho 8orry l() m, g()ir,0 pr0. Bible Schools Liza Browning attended tho Eastern urown Farmer represent- - (ract,.( meeting nt Knob Lick 3:00 The Demand For Widows' and Orphans' ended Star Lodge held at Sextons Creek with eighty scholars now enrolled had tho prizo "lloat" Dan- Home and J. N. Roberts as superintendent ing tho Food Administration. (,j(,lt u,,utions to tho church. J. S. Hilton last Saturday. 3:30 Our Need of With State MisI(oVi j(mnS() Harvesting is nil tho go. Wheat id Tayno takes his baby to tho Rob- ,ag ))Cgim a sions R. B. Baker 1 prolracted CLARK COUNTY nnd oats aro very good Wo havo inson Hospital this week for an meeting nt Thomas school Night Session Log Lick been blossed with plenty of goodjeration for hair Hp. Friends and I0K wliich is expected lo last two 8:00 p.m. Devotional Services Bowman Log Lick, July U. Burnam Spry, rain for tho past thrco woeks, nnd neighbors deeply sympnthizo in this weeks Most overybody attended Addre8s-"- The 8:30 Whole Task of the WhSie who lias been working in Hamilton, gardens are looking flno. their affliction and trust that tho tho baptism nt Knob Lick Creek, Church" z - iiaii 0:30 Adjournment operation will bo successful as the July 7, at 3:30 p.m..-J- eir Ohio, came homo yesterday to Reed was' Ho reports work doctors affirm. slay nwhilo. COUNTY MADISON tho guest of Erby Bicknoll and SUNDAY, JULY 28, 1918 Bluo Lick, July 15. Tho pastweok Estella Hicknell and Miss Ethel plentiful. Tall Eubanks, Boonoy Clay Lick y Morning Session Crow nnd Emil Rice, all of Log Lick, Clay Lick, July 13. On Wednes has been full of activity for tho 0:30 a.m. Bible School Session Directed by James and sovwal other young folks Lunsford or State Worker will leavo In tho morning for Fort day, July 3, 1018, our community was farmers, mowing and baling oats of Red Llrk wrro tho guests of Miss 10:45 Devotional Service Thomas to entor tho receiving camp on, I, In, mil in, Hin flnnHi nf Mrs 1Ytm ami hay, cultivating corn and to- Susie Bicknoll last Sunday. Corn J'b' U"t0" 11:00 Communion thero. Tho Rev. D. H, Malhorly, Tavlor. Sho loaves her husband, bacco crops. -- Tobacco looks flno, crops aro looking lino in this sec11:30 Sermo" Z. Bail wlfo and littlo dauRhler nnd sister, i.wn children, throo sisters and ono, notwithstanding tho adVcrso con tion; most of tho farmers nro thru Afternoon Session of transplanting. W. S. with (heir crop. Rain is needed Miss Laura, all of Richmond, eamo brother to mourn her loss On Fob- - ditions 2:00 p.m. Devotional Service . . J. B. Wort,. over Inst Wednesday to visit thoir)rl,pry io, 18S8, sho was united In1 Ray, of Lancaster, preached again; pastures are dry. 2:20 "The Need of Woman's Work in the ChSrch in who will soon enter upon marriago to Tom Taylor and to this ,urday nnd Sunday at Bluo Lick se Tryinir Bays" ... Miss Annie Powelt Dreyfus Round Table 2:40 n n Uaker Ilo was oxempwu uom rm life. Aco Kerr, of Winchesler.'nnlnn fhren chldren wero born, Dreyfus, July 15. Mrs. Bradloy Adjournment 4:00 visited homo folks hero yesterday whom two nro living, tho youngest servico ns n minister of tho bosph!.' nioomliur-en- d " " Night Session J today.-- The Misses Grace and dyin(J ln infanoy. glio has boon a He plans l hold a week s meeting, r l s 1 k - at o 8:00 p.m. Devotional Services Marlha Guy. of the L. & E. Junction, if0.ong member of tho Silver Crook beginning August 1. Quito a num,rom riT4) 8:20 Sermon James Lunsford East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else i;ay ..... 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