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Citizen (Berea, Ky.): August 1, 1918 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1918 cit1918080101_sn85052076 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Citizen (Berea, Ky.): August 1, 1918 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1918 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. PRESIDENT'S UEKEA BEREA Rnltrtiit PUBLISHING Wy?ir at lima, elau mtU-matt- CO. iu treornt (INCORPORATED) WM, G. FROST, Edit.r-lnCMtli Kv Devoted, to Five Cents Per Copy. Vol. XX. THE Citizen tlie Interests of tlcie 3o-ULnta,rn- . COLLEGE OFFICE Knowledgo Is Power and tho way lo keep up with modorn Knowlcdgo Is to read a good Newspaper. People BEREA, MADISON COUNTY. AUOt'ST I, 1918. Ono Dollar and Fifty Cents Per Year. RV' No. 5. " Kinks " for Teachers Extract from Letter to a Berca Boy Who is Drilling Soldiers Do you know Uk "kinks" of pedagogy? The colleges have gotten on without work of it, except as some rare found them themselves and been But they are really as natural, and capable of transmission, as or the book-agenthem, but made woeful and original minds have called "natural teachers." when stated, the secrets of the horse-jock- y nt KENTUCKY NEWS Arrangements are being mado lo send all students to tho rifle range nt Camp Daniel Boono for musketry practice, in addition lo tho military training courso which is planned al nil Kentucky colleges. ANNIVERSARY OF WAR MARKED BY ALLIED Yankees Make Brilliant Advance VICTORY RUSSIA Tho forces of the Allies conllnuo the Germans back nil along tho western front. They nro withdrawing from the wedge slowly, but with much loss of life and supplies. It is thought that a new German line will bo established at tho Veslo Illvdr. The demoralization sccm3 lo be so great that it is not certain that they can do this. to push Important Ground Won From HUNS AND It Is thought that tho present barHuns at End of Fourth tl racks at Camp Taylor will bo largo Year of War. enough lo nrrnmmodate tho inAttach new knowledge to the knowledge your IN FOOD FIGHT creased number of students ond enpupil already has. This means that you should know the listed men now entering tho trainpresent contents of his head, use his vocabulary largely, ing school. Upwards of 30,000 men YANKS NOW ON ALl FRONTS and make his progress an evolution. It means that the Kaiser's Officials Adopt will bo In attendance. matter you try to pass to him should be organized for Methods in Seizing transmission, and put in his possession in a form organizIt is reported that PrlvaUj George Brilliant Work by Forces Under Gen-erSupplies. Foch Wrests Initiative From ed for his use. This last should be a separate point. M. Williams, of Henderson, Ky., Is Germans Complete Reversal held as n prisoner at Limbcrg, GerSee that the learner gets new matter organized in of Allied Tactics. many. The nauvs aro given of two his mind so as to be avilable for use. This is the philosIS NOT ENOUGH FOR TWO officers nnd flvo men of tho Amerl-ra- n ophy of all laboratory practice. And it involves the teachGlorious victory for allied nrms Expeditionary Force who aro er's vision of the fields in which the learner will be called marks the fourth unnlvcrsary of, the located In various prison camps. world war. upon to use these acquirements. Moscow Said to Be at Mercy of Armed Just ton ilnys ago the French and Teuton Forces Two German Memory is helped by a vivid first impression. This No soldier voles will be cast in American standing ou tho armies Flyers Reported Shot by thi primaries next Saturday, but justifies "sensationalism" in the speaker and teacher, alunfront Bolshevlkl. e tlmt for Ihe first lime, Kentucky soldiers leashed a terrltlc ways bitterly attacked by those who cannot pratice itl and sailors, and all other absen- Iiiih won vnstly Important ground from If the object is to produce a result, to pass on an idea so Amsterdnm, July 29. Two aviators tees, whose regular occupations call tho Germans and lias completely unwho were captured that it will be talked about and remembered, and recur them away from their homes Inlho set the "driving iilan!" of tho German as they alighted on by the bolshevik! Husslan territory ,hlgh command. to thought at the moment when your pupil will need it, Slate will have an opportunity lo Two great plvotnt positions between were 111 treated and shot, according to e if you then you are inexcusable and guilty of vote for senator, congressmen, and tho Alsne and Murne rivers have been German reports. Ilerlln has protested Judges in the November election. do not study and do your utmost to make it vivicl. In and made a demnnd that those respontaken by tho and sible for the execution bo severely punJulius Hough, marshal of Colum- storm attack Chateau-Thierr- y So, too, the proper organization of matter greatly ished. bus, Ky was shot in the side by helps in making the right idea bob up at the right time. German-Rut- s Crisis on Food. While the nllles have been compelled the accidental discharge of his pisreYou army instructors cannot csoape your moral Washington, July 29. Tho food sittol, which fell from his pocket to to slow up their udvnnce, they are still sponsibilities. You are to make your men ready for the sectors of tho uation between Germany and Uussla the sidewalk. Tho hammer hit tho gaining nt Important heightening the has reached nn ucuto stuge, according battle line of the trenches, and also ready for dangers of the danger wall in the fall and caused tho ex- menace to the German troops tlmt arc to reports received nt the stnte de--i streets and the days of furlough, and the times when they plosion. Tho bullet entered his still trying to hold on along the south- pnrtment. There Is not enough food e for .both countries nnd the question as side just above tho waist and lodged ern sildu of tho sulleut. will be tempted to say " anything is right for a soldier. " to who will get what provisions there French Extend Lines. under one of his ribs on tho other Embody moral ideals in characters and actions that are bus reached a critical stage, During the night the French extendside. Ho is now at the hospital at Bible way, and we each compel admiration. That is the methods have been ed their lines north of Cairo in a precarious condition. have a to make an additional Bible of our'own made up on the northern bunk of the Marno adopted by the Germans, It Is said. Sol-- I " whom we have know or hut the Ger- dlers with thrashing machines are scut near Chatllton-sur-Mnrnof the " Acts of Sent-One- s Aocording to the Courier-Journa- l, mans are putting up desperate resist- Into the grain countries nnd the grain heard of in present day surroundings. tho farmers of Scott County aro ance In that zone. requisitioned. The Russian peasants solving the farm help problem In There are some "apostoloi" in our own time people The greatest allied gains hnvo been ure allowed only such amounts as the an aggrcssivo campaign against mnde Immediately north of Chateau-Thierr- y soldiers decide they need. who have a commission, a "calling," a sense that they have The Germans ulso are said to bo rewhere the maximum advance gambling, as tho following item will something to do in this world. And sometimes it takes quisitioning cuttle and horses In PoIs about 14 miles. indicate: the form of a message to be delivered. "Woe is to me if Amerlcnns have bad tho lion's share land nnd Lithuania and to be helping "Georgetown, Ky., July 29. Scott I do not pass on to others this thrilling of the credit In the lighting In that themselves to timber in thoso counCounty farmers obtained extra help tries, without, In many Instances, even area. for tho harvest in the City Court Tho past ten days have witnessed a going through the formality of xWIng hero when a score of them complete reversal of allied military receipts. Germans Could Take Capital. went on the bond of twenty-tw- o Instead of remaining upon tactics. Information also reached the departmen who wcro fined $20 and costs the defensive nnd harassing the Gerfarms when land was The old settlers took up their reason after conviction on tho chargo of mans with minor operations, General ment that thediplomatsfor the refusal plenty. They had their pick of the acres, and took all at, Vologda to Foch decided upon a brave stroke and of the nllles' shooting- craps. they could tend and then a good bit more. That made he made good the military motto that accept the bolshevik Invitation to move "Tho men wcro released by tho to Moscow was that the soviet capital boldness wins. them and their children rich. court and will work out tho fines on already Is controlled by the Germans, Hold Important Railway. Now every boy and girl comes to a time when he tho farms of tho men who went on whose armed forces easily could take All of the Important railway Is tow In actual possession of the city. their bond. can "take up" a good education as the old settlers took "Tho fact that tho raided gamo allied hands and a great encircling up land. When you are young education is cheap and was on a river bank prevented the movement Is In progress on the northplenty. number of temporary and forced ern end of the front, directed against BAR CZARINA FROM CONVENT All you have to do is to give attention, get the eleagriculturists from being greater. Solssons nnd Both of these positions nro strong to Permit Her to ments and they will help you to get more. Keep out of Sheriff Frank Nunnally and several pivots defending tho western flank of Russ Reds Refuse Enter Institution In Bear hardship mischief by giving your mind to study. deputies surprised moro than sixty the German wedge. Sweden. men Sunday afternoon shooting as the settlers did if you have to, but get an education Solssons Is so strongly fortified by diro on tho river bank. When tho the Germans (who have the advantage London. July 29. Berlin newspawhile it is easy and cheap! officers mado their presence known of high ground) that a frontal nttack pers publish a telegram from Mus-coWe have all seen people who failed to "take up" an Therefore saying that the former Russian more than half of tho participants was deemed Inadvisable. education when they were the right age, and had to go the allies have concentrated their pres- empress has asked the Lenlne govchoso the river, tho sido of a cliff city, trying a ernment to grant her permission to sure to the south of the without it all their lives, and they were sorry enough or surrounding caves as havens of "pocketing" movement. Dnrely more enter n convent In Sweden and take when the chance had gone by I refuge and managed to evado tho than three miles of ground separate with her her daughters. Permission But those who did "take up" an education got riches fate which befell their fellow gamo-ster- s. tho French and American forces from has been refused, tho dispatch ndds. Tho family of Nicholas Romanoff, for themselves and for their children. the German supply center at the former czar. Is In n Siberian monGet Education now, while it is plenty and cheap! was captured on tho astery at Abalak, according to a CenChateau-ThierrSchool opens at Berea, September, nth. fourth day of tho counter drive; tral 'News dispatch from Amsterdam. UNITED STATES NEWS four days later. This town Is on the Irtish river and Is South Bank Cleared. a noted place of pilgrimage. All of the southern Wink of the This report seems to dispose of By looking at tho top of tho paper CONTENTS The Red been cleared of Ger- the rumor that Grand Duko Alexis, just after your namo, you will soo a goodly Cross is still In need of Marno river had10, o number of nurses to fill mans by July but east of the former czar's son, has died of extho oxact dato your last paper will the PAGE 1. Editorials: "Why Old Settho enemy has been striving des- posure following tho execution of his ranks and mako up tho quota tlers Got Rich:" "Kinks for come. of 25,000. A girl who takos up perately to hold on to high wooded father. Tcaohers." Yankeos Mako BrilNow THE CITIZEN wants to keep nursing is not only prepar- ground on tho northern side. tho allies It Is a significant fact that liant Advance World Nows. coming I Wo havo tho samo good ing for servico abroad and nt homo more guns from the Ger- MiCHAELIS WARNS GERMANY Kcntueky Items. things to bring you, and a great at tho end of her courso. but Is have captured present e mans In tho PAGE 2. County Y.M.OA. Work In many moro for tho yoar to oomo. equipping herself to earn her living than In any other drlvo they have unChancellor Sees Dearth of tho South. War Savings So- Wo havo something for tho chil- in ono of tho ablest of professions dertaken slnco tho beginning of tho Former Shipping After War, Even If ciety at Narrow Gap. Borea Ex- dren, for tho young folks, for tho whilo sho patriotically does her bit, war. The prisoners number between Foe Pays Billions. for from tho very outset sho is 25.000 and 30,000. Soldlora mother and father. Nows. Our tension Troops of four nations nro nrrayed serving her country whilo sho Books- - Stanton Noed Amsterdum, July 29. In nn nrtlcle Moro But wo can't come without an inagainst tho Germans French, Amer- quoted by the Ilerlln soclnllst newsNows Column. Prohibition Leg- vitation, and that invitation must learns. nnd Italians. British Vorwoerts, Dr. Oeorg Mlchnel-Is- , And whon tho war is over there icans islation News. wero drawn paper Ilrltlsh havo a monoy order for a dollar and former German Imperial chancellor, will bo a greater demand for tho down from the" north to "meet tho GerPAGE 3. Our Now Serial Story, a half. Genpun nation that there services of members of this profes- man reserves from Ituppreclit's army wnrns the "Gunner Depow." Do not fall will be a time of dearth nfter the war It costs big money to run a good sion than over before. Many In Flanders und they have given an exto Read it. because of lack of shipping. nowspapor. SInco tho war began, agencies, big business con- cellent account of themselves In tho "Let us not Indulgo In the Idea that Woddlng News. n groat many nowspapors PAGE 4. Locals. lighting southwest of Helms, whero tho all havo Just cerns nnd nearly all largo depart distress will come to nn end nnd forging ahead south of tho With tho Churches. are had to stop, and THE CITIZEN ment happiness begin If our enemies Indemstores employed trained allies s llelins-Flsuerailway. nify us for our billions of war debt." PAGE 5. "Mrs. Tubbs Does Uor would havo had lo stop If it woro nurses at tho beginning of tho war. The allied udvnnce In this zone Is Bit." Extension Work Report., not for tho good friends who stand As the need for prevention of dls-ea- Intended to narrow tho buso of tho ho added. "Everything depends upon period Rev. Brown's Obituary. John S. by it with tliolr subscriptions and grows tho nurso will find now German salient und to close the "bot- how we face tho war of of distress. 1870 did us The billions of tho through which thu Genuau great ttdvortiscmonts. Biokncll Killed. doors over opening wido. tleneck" harm." must retire northwurd. All Information that is obtained armies Now you do not wish to miss a PAGE 6. Farm Departmonl: Of InAllies Hold Initiative. terest to Wheat Growers, Shcop slnglo number. Send us your re- concerning tho death of a soldier or As the situation stunds tho Initiative KAISER WONT SEE LUXBURG sailor, or tho fate of a wounded man Ralsors. Now newal and that monoy ordor. Poultry and Is hi thu hands of thu allies, but a will bo supplied by tho Bureau of snvago German counter-thrus- t Is look Emperor Snubs the Former German Method of Canning Rhubarb, by Minister to the Argentine Communication of tho American ed for. Just where it will full caunot Way, Collego Advertising. Mrs. Interesting oxporimonts havo boon Red Cross. Republic. This bureau has other bo determined as yet for tho Germans PAGE 7. S. S. Losson. Sermon, conducted by tho Electrical World functions, hut Its chief aim will- bo must realign their forces beforo they London, July 20. Emperor William "Studying tho Bible." Orchard rclativo to tho fuel valuo of coal lo relievo tho suspenso of American can undertake uu offsetting drlvo ou has refused to recolvo Count Luxburg dust. It has boon provod that it ColGloanings. HumoffOno u big scnle. families who rcccivo tho brief govGerman minister to makos oxcollent fuel if burned sep Tho end of tho fourth year of thu so that the former umn Story. ernment message that the namo of wur Bnds Amerteuns stundlng on ev- Argentina might Justify himself, says arately from tho coal. Howover, a mo ono who Is on tho casual- - ery purt of the western front. They an Exchange Telegraph dispatch from PAGE 8. Eastorn Kentucky Nows. special typo of boiler Is required I ty loved count handed In his list. Laud, Crop and Stock Sale, Ad- for are In Plunders, on tho I'lcardy plains, Amsterdam. The its consumption, and this Is gen Thoso Knitters nnd Red Cross south of tho AUne, In thu Champagne report on his mission to Argentina to vertisement. erally largor than tho homo fur- workors who the tho foreign otllco Thursday. becamo excited over dUtrtct. on the Heights of the Meuse, emperor had refused to seeAfter he him nace. Somo day, porhaps our coal Samuel Dale's nnnenl to women, re tu thu Wouvro plain und hi the Vosges conferred with Admiral von Hlntze, to renew. If this corner is dealors Time will sell dustless coal to questing shown their They them not to knit socks and mountains. muuy u havu engagement the foreign secretary. Count Luxburg, marked by a bluo pencil, it moans homo consumers and stem tho dust to the sweaters mettle In for the soldiers and sail- and their nghtlug qualities huvo It Is added, has withdrawn from tho tho tlmo for your CITIZEN has factorios. that ors will bo glad to know that most u roused the ttdmlrutlou of all the en- diplomatic service. about run out. (Conllnmd on Pigs rite) tente countries. High-Handcd counter-offensivmal-practicFranco-AmericaOuIchy-le-Chutene Alsne-MarnHigh-hande- d life-secret." self-evide- Tho passenger liner, Juslicia, was sunk by a torpedo on her way to tho United States for another body of soldiers. This was one of tho largest boats afloat and was being used as n transport. The vessel was 710 feet long, her tonnage was 32,000 tons and sho was ablo to carry 10,000 soldiers at a trip. Tho death of Nicholas, tho former ruler of Russia, seems lo bo fairly well confirmed. According to reports, ho was shot by order of tho government, or ono Bolshcviki branch of it, because of a fear that plots for his restoration would bo successful, or at least make trouble Tho for tho party in power. Czarina lias asked that she and her daughters may enter a convent. Lenino, the leader of tho Bolshevik!, has threatened to break relations with any or all of the allies who send troops to the northern or eastern parts of tho Russian empire. Ho also refused to allow Germany lo send a balalljon of soldiers for the protection of the new ambassador of Germany al Moscow; Tho of the existing government of Russia becomes, more difficult each week. po-siii- on Why Old Settlers Got Rich to-d- ay Siberia has fallen out of the hands of the Bolshcviki, and lias organized a government of its own with General Horvath at the head. arc supporting Tho Czccho-SIovathis government and tho allies aro watching it witli intent to aid. Horvath was president of the Chincso and Eastern Railroad, and is a man of executive ability. Siberia has great mineral wealth and the Germans aimed to securo this for themselves. ks Tho American food administrator, Mr. Hoover, has been in Europe for some weeks. He is the recipient of marked attention and honor. Nearly a billion and a half dollars worth of food has been shipped during the year, lo the allies and neutral countries and it is much He was called to the appreciated. palaco of King George In England and personally commended for his service. England has been troubled, during tho week, with strikes. Thousands of men left their positions and tho manufacture of munitions suffered Lloyd-Georg- e, tho Prime much. Minister, has acted on tho principle that a strike at this tlmo is nn act of disloyalty and strikers havo been given tho cliolco of returning to work, or joining tho army. This has been effectivo and tho trouble U nearly over, but it has not helped tho popularity of tho Prime Min' jM . ister. Tho Spaniards aro angry over tho y Jnul-goan- lo-d- ay counter-offensiv- ruthless sinking of their ships. They havo lost four boats in tho past month, and ono of them had on board an official ambassador of Spain, who was returning homo from Greece. Tho official flag was flying from tho ship, and notice had been given that ho was to bo on board. S'pain Is a noutrat nation, but has been peculiarly sonsitivo of lale, at tho numerous violations of her neutrality by Germany. so Lieutenant Roosovelt, tho son of who lost his lifo our in an air battlo and fell within tho German lines, was buried with military honors, and his offocU wero preserved, to bo sent to his parents. This youngest son Inherited tho defectivo eyesight of his father, which was probably tho causo of his disaster. Ho had difficulty in getting Into tho service at first. Mustard gas, roforred to so often in war reports, Is a combination of chlorine and sulphur. It vaporizes slowly ond adheres tightly to ml i - on Pige rut) Tell Your Congressman to Vote for Prohibition Pago Two. COUNTY Y.M.C.A. TUB CITIL'fiN ENTERS SOUTH STANTON NEWS COLUMN SOLDIERS IN FRANCE NEED MORE Mrs. I). n. Clark, while hunting for BOOKS , Beren Collego Library has re n match in tho dark, stepped bnck-wn- rk Charles W, Barton has resigned nnd fell down tho stairs, sushis position as Asst. General S'alo ceived tills week, a request from the Library Association's taining very severe injuries that and Advertising Manager of the American American Chicle Company, of New headquarters, in Washington, for havo confined her to tho bed for CHAS. W. BARTON, '09, ENLISTS AS AVIATOR August I, 1018. PLANNING TO STOP THE GERMAN DRIVE By John F. Smith y, latter pnrt of Inst nn Inlcrnntioual secretory of tlio Y.M.C.A. entered Hip olllcc at Nnslivillo nnd began laying plans to launch the county Y.M.C.A. work Uy In every state In tho South. the first "of December, noxt, it is expected that eight stales will have general secretaries nt work organizing tho entire states county by county. It is nil a part of a great program wliioh tho American Y.M.OA. lias planned, which is being extended to include, not only the South and the United Stntes, but Canada. Hawaii, Russia, Australia, New Zealand. India, the South American republics and other countries of tho world. It is n part of a great vision of tho Kingdom upon tho earth, which John It. Mott and his scores ore transformof able ing into a reality. In (ho Fcb-I'unr- York, who are the founders nnd one of the two Inrgest rhowing gum manufacturers in the world, to enlist as a llyer in the Naval Aviation Corps. Mr. Barton graduated in 1009 from Berea College, nnd is tho son of Dr. Wm. K. Barton, n trustee of tho college. Dr. Barton now has four sons actively engaged in war work. Robert enlisted in the Navy and Fred m tho Balloon service early in tho war. Bruce is engineering tho ono hundred million dollar YM.CA. drive. LETTER FROM ROBERT SMALL-WOOD The plan of tho county work is very simple. An experienced man is put in 'charge of a state. Ho spots a good man hero and there, Federal Explosives Act prothe manufacture, sale, pur and possesion of all explosives and their ingredients, in time But to come back to the South. war, without a license. In other Tho first training school for county of words, the dealer must have a limen ever held in the South has just closed. People came together cense, and the purchaser must have at Blue Ilidgo from Virginia, tho a license. The dealer must keep an itemized record showing the name Carolinas, Kentucky, Florida, TenOhio, Kansas, Mississippi and and address of purchaser, his license nessee, number, kind and quantity of exploArkansas. Tho technical organizasives purchased, and purpose for the work and tho social and tion of which it is to be used. This also economic conditions of tho South compels practically every drug store were discussed by leaders familiar in the United States to have a license with their subjects. An hour of permitting them to have in possession eacli day was spent in special Bible j and sell explosives ingredients, and study with export teachers. Everi the buyer must have a license when effort was mado to givo the new! purchasing these ingredients in quanI men tho proper point of view. From the school, they went out to take tities of an ounce or more, and the charge of the work on the field,; dealer must keep the same record as party who sells dynamite. These where they will bo heard from in the ingredients are: Bichromates, Chlomore definite fashion, later on. j rates, Chromates, Nitrates, Citric The work in tho South will grow. Acid, Perchlorates, Perborates, PerMen are needed for this as for every manganates, Peroxides and Phosphoother branch of social service. rous, in their various forms. Only strong, capable men arc wanted This law will be rigidly enforced men with strong faith in Jesus in the future; it having been in efChrist and their fellow men, men fect since November 15, 1917, and evwith spiritual horizon as broad as ery dealer has had time to familtho entire land. Special departiarize himself with the law and all ments will doubtless bo organized its details, and no excuse will be ac in tho near future. Sooner or later, cepted in the future. Violation of a man will perhaps bo in charge of this Act carries a penalty of ?5,000 tho mountain field, another of tho fine or imprisonment in a Federal Negro work, another will have to prison, or both. A careful and sysbunt among the faculties and class tematic check is being made, by Fedrooms of Southern colleges for eral Authorities, of every dealer in Incounty and stato secretaries. the State who handles explosives or stitutes must bo held at various ingredients, regardless of location or places to train workers, and a. size. An inspector or some deputy special training school, running n,ay drop in any day, and dealers much of tho year, is not far distant. should not allow themselves, to be Tho time is ripe, tho field is ready, caught unprepared. tho International Committee is There is a United States Explotho work, workers aro taking sives Licensing Officer in every counhold rapidly and results will como. ty, and such dealers as have not alIt is nil for bringing the Kingdom ready procured their license should n littlo earlier in the Southern take immediate steps to do so. states, and every man and woman This is considered one of the most in tho Southland should rejoice in important war measures enacted by tho coming of this new forco for our Congress, and dealers can not bo social righteousness and should sup. too careful in making sales of explosives or their ingredients. port it in every possiblo way. bo-hi- nd who takes charge of a county. This man works with the churches, the farmers' clubs, tho civic and educational groups, with nil tho other worthy socinl organizations, works among the people to bring the King dom a little nearer. His entire program is based upon the fundamental principles of the social gospel of Jesus. He is in his habits, and looks with equal favor upon all wqrlhy Christian bodies. Ho applies the spiritual cement that brings into closer re- THE lationship, many organizations that The from their naturo arc not funda- hibits mentally religious. chase nn Dear Editor: There are three Berca boys in tho same tent and of courso the same company, viz., nobert W. Isaacs, Rowland B. Gum and myself. Wo are camped on a little hill at the west side of the camp and on s, all the other sides there nro tents nnd drill grounds, as far as the eye can see. Automob'les and motor trucks arc thicker than on the Dixie Highway, and nirplnncs nre seen every day. Toll some of tho boys to send mo a paper every onco in a while, and write a lino or two. Yours truly, Robert S. Smallwood, bnr-rnck- Co. I, 17 Inf., Camp Mead, Md. FEDERAL EXPLOSIVE LAW more books from this community for men oversens. Tho Library will receive and forward nil suitable books. They should bo delivered nt the Library beforo August 7. The communication received by the Library from the Washington headqunrters states that over 000,-0books havo been sent overseas. The supply is nearly exhausted, nnd several hundred thousand more will be needed soon by tho six dispatch offices, which nro now shipping books to Franco. Tho books nro packed at theso dispatch offices in shrong cases, so built, Hint they servo ns a bookensc. They go on tho decks of trans-port- s. in enrgo vessels nnd in nnvnl vessels. Those that go on the decks of transports arc open so that tho men may have reading matter for use on tho voyage. All theso books nro gathered together again, however, replaced in tho cases, and de livered to tho proper officials in France. In France, the books aro dis tributed by an experienced Librarian representing tho American Library Association. Most of them go to Y.M.OA., Red Cros and Salvation Army huts, hospitals and canteens. Others go directly to chaplains or officers. In tho national book drive last March, Berea led the State of Kentucky in tho number of books. Dur-in- tr these summer days, when our population is greatly decreased, we cannot expect to maintain our record for quantity, but wo can make the quality better. In tho last drive, many books given were so badly worn, or so defaced, that they could not be sent. Yet a largo number were of such good quality, both in contents and condition, as to truly represent the spirit of for which Berea is known. One noble woman, who brought to the Library a package of new books said, "We have not read thes" ourselves, and were looking forward to reading them together soon, but our boys should lmve the best." May this spirit possess every Berean. What Would they think who are offering their lives for u, if they knew we withheld our best gifts from them? Givo them the books you have found the most enjoyable and helpful and which you lovo best. 00 self-sacrifl- co MILITARY PROHIBITION "GOOD LUCK, FRIEND," SAYS TOMMY At no time in the world's history has the welfare of soldiers and sailors been so well safeguarded as those of the United States forces in this war. February 3, 1899, Hon. John D. Long, Secretary of the Navy, issued General Order No. 508, forbidding officers or commandants "to allow any malt or other intoxicating liquor to be sold or issued to enlisted men, cither on board ship, or within the limits of navy yards, naval stations, or marine barracks, except in the medical department." July 1, 1914, General Order No. 99, by Secretary Daniels, went into effect in these words: "Tho use or introduction for drinking purposes, of alcoholic liquors on board any naval vessel, or within any navy yard or station, is strictly prohibited." July 13, 1917, tho Secretary of the Navy wrote to Governor Brumbaugh, informing him of the conditions in tho city of Philadelphia, and sent an extended report as to saloons and places of vice catering to the sailors at League Island Navy Yard, and asking that the State of Pennsylvania bring every influence to bear to givo protection to the young men in tho service. THE COLORED PARADE Not since the day of the great Red Cross parade has there been an exhibition in Louisville more gratifying to our citizens than the parade of tho negro soldiers thru tho streets of tho city last Saturday. Theso soldiers appeared in every way prepared to do their part. They are full of enthusiasm, brave, patriot- r f Tin nrwl n ml rnnnHnn given them by tho crowds on tho streets, white and colored, shows that, i when they go abroad, they carry our hearts with them. The other features of the parado were good, and the interest manifested in tho war by all of tho colored people of Louisville is most commendLouisville Post. able. Vinv-ili- Pacific Coast Whale. There nro four species of wlnde com- A British It. A. K. man wishing good luck to French cuvulrywea way to combining with the HrltUh. mon to tho Pacific const tho (Inner, humpback, sperm and sulphur bottom. The former two are best for meat, not being as oily us the sulphur bottom und sperm. Of these the sulphur bottom Is tho largest. Homo specimens on their reach ninety feet lit length and weigh up to eighty tons. several days. It will bo learned with great regret Hint tho Rev. J. Kelly Olffen, who hns been tho principal of Stanton College for the past yenr will soon leave for Knoxville, Tenn., where lie has accepted tho Presidency of a ,'eollegc in that city. But we are forlunnto in getting another mnn who will Ml his place, the Hey. Willis Craft, a teacher In the college last year, but a resident of Clay City. Mr. Craft has endenred himself to nil the students and tho people who have heard him preach. He will move to Stanton nbnut tho nth of August, when Mr. Olffen moves his family to Knoxville. Tho Rev. John Martin, who came here recently ns pastor of the United Presbyterian Church, deAmerican nl HrltUli otllcers nn the western fruit ioi, salting mid markcided lie could do more effective ing oft strategic positions which the enemy was expected to strike In tils new offensive. work with nn nssislnnt. nnd so himself to Indinnn and brot back a beautiful blushing bride. We EXACT TEXT OF THE WAR PROWAR SAVINO SOCIETY AT give her n welcome in our midst. NARROW GAP HIBITION AMENDMENT TO A young cyclone pnsed up the THE FOOD PRODUCTION The citizens nround Nnrrmv Gap, Red River valley this past week nnd BILL BEFORE THE near Big Hill, are "doing their Int. ' tore up tilings in general, uprootSENATE On July 17 they met and organized ing some trees and damaging corn a Wnr Saving Society, adopting tho on several farms. George Derick-so- n "That after December thirty-firs- t, niuno of "Over tho Top W. S. Soand M. F. Benningfield scorned nineteen hundred and eighteen, until ciety of Big Hill." W. S. Carrier to hnve been hit tho hardest. the conclusion of the present war, wns elected president nnd D. M. We wish to call your attention to for the purpose of conserving tho Settle secretary, by the fifteen chartho RatolifTe Chautauqua that will! man power of the nation nnd to ter members, who signed tho pledge be held in Stanton, August 15 toi efficiency in the production of cards and voted to hold regular 17. There will he some very fine) arms, war munitions, ships, food nnd meetings on the second and fourth talent hero and especial attention clothing for the Army and Navy, it Snturday evenings in each month. will be given to demonstration workj shall bo unlawful to sell for beverage Tho first regular meeting was on behalf of the housewife and the purposes, and distilled spirits, nnd held Saturday evening. July 27, and farmer. Dr. Willinm Tecumseth during said time, no distilled spirits an Interfiling program given. A Sherman Culp, a noted lecturer, will hold in bond shall be removed there- splendid content was held by "Junior be one of the attractions. from for beverage purposes, except four minute men." of Nnrryw Gap The new dormitory for girls is! for export. After November first, school. The Judges awarded first rapidly being erected and it is hoped nineteen hundred nnd eighteen, until place to Brady Carrier, vvlioi four that it will bo ready soon after the conclusions of the present war, minute speech follows this article. school tnkes up. Scarcity of labor no grain, cereal, fruit, or other food Tho membership of the Society and the difficulty of gelling ma- - product shall be used in tho manufac- increased to 35. and a good program terial may hinder its being ready ture or production of beer, wine, or is being planned by the committee , for the fall torm. other intoxicating malt or vinous, for their next meeting. August 10. Two new oil wells arc being liquor for beverage purposes. After Rend Brady Carrier's speech . . ' ... t drilled in Stanton, one on tho land; t-miriy-iirsueccmucr ii . i . . i, n niui'icun Hunof Daddy Clark and the other on' dred and eighteen, until the concluthat of Romulus Jackson. We hope sion of the present war, no beer, wine, HOLD YOUR LIBERTY BONDS that they both get fine wells, for or other intoxicating malt or vinous To successfully finance the war it Hint will make the rest of us fed liquor shall be sold for beverage pur is necessary that owners of Liberty The Com- - bonds hold their bonds if possible. that we have oil on our places. poses, except for export. Tho writer nttended the great missioncr of Internal Revenue is Where, for any good reason, it is meeting recently held nt Sturgeon hereby authorized nnd directed to pre- -' necessary for them to turn their bonds in Owsley County, and took part scribe rules nnd regulations, subject into cash they should seek the ndvico Wo wish such to the approval of the Secretary of of their bankers. in the program. meetings could he held in every the Treasury, in regard to the re-Liberty Loan bonds aro very desircounty in the mountains. A full' mov tl of distilled spirits held in bond able investments, and crafty individaccount of this meeliiur will be after December thirty-firs- t, nineteen uals arc using various means to sefound in last week's paper. hundred and eighteen, for other than) cure them from owners not familiar Miss Gertrude Bennett, who has beverngo purposes, also in regard to with stock values nnd like matters. been tho matron nt tho dormitory the sale and distribution of wine for One method is to offer for exchange, or other! for Liberty Bonds, stocks or bonds of for the pnst year, left last week for sncrnmcntnl, mcdicinnl, uses. After the np-- j doubtful organizations, represented as her home in New York. Guy Frazier and bis wife havo moved to the, proval of this Act, no distilled, malt, returning n much higher income than dormitory and Mrs. Frazier will' look vinous or other intoxicating liquors the bonds. shall be imported into the United after the building. Thcro are various other methods H. II. Harrison and his new bride States. used and likely to be used, some of "Any person who violates nny of the have moved to tho house recently variety and others lesi vacated by Mr. nnd Mrs. Kidd. the foregoing provisions shnll bo crude and probably within the limits Howard will also move his office to deemed guilty of a misdemeanor nnd of the law. All offers for Liberty his homo and those desiring to seo upon conviction thereof, shall be pun- - bonds, except for money nnd nt marished by a fine of not exceeding $1,000 ket value, should be scrutinized carehim will go there. or by imprisonment not exceeding one fully. Tho bonds nro the safest InLarkin Stamper i3 preparing tho ground for his large sloro building year, or both." vestments and have nontaxable nnd other valuable features. which ho expects to erect in the To hold your Liberty Loan bonds, if next few weeks. Charley Sparks, TEXT OF AGREEMENT FOR VOTE possible, is patriotic. To consult your of Oakdale, is already hero to look ON PROHIBITION after tho job. "It is agreed by unanimous con-se- bankers, before selling them, is wise. There aro about six or seven that tho bill (II. II. 11915), enplaces yet to bo filled with titled An Act to enable the Secretary COLORED PATRIOTS teachers in Powell County. Any-on- o of Agriculture to carry out, during Prosldent of Tuskeegeo desiring to teach will do well the fiscal year ending Juno 30, 1919, "Tho war is the one absorblnR to correspond with our Superintho purposes of the Act entitled "An question. Thnt is tho one absorbing, tendent, Dudley Caudell. Act to provide further for the na-- t most important, most vital business Mrs. Paul Derthick has been very tional security and defense by stim- -' that faces America tod.iv: the bicrircst sick for the past three weeks, but ulating ngriculturo and facilitating business that this country has todoy, the distribution of agricultural pro- -' preparing people to fight; fighting, is slowly improving in health. ducts," shall continue tho unfinished! not simply to kill men, that is nn inTho Rev. Richard Crowo has moved his family to Bowen, whoro business of the Senate, nnd on nnd cident; but fighting to kill nutocrncy, ho will teach tho Bowen school. after August 20 it shall be consid- injustice, unfntrncss. Wo have tho of all other big task of making the world safe for Ho will continue to preach nt tho ered to tho exclusion business (except that it may bo tem democracy, ns our great President Macedonia church in Fayette. porarily laid aside by unanimous says, and nlso making democracy safo .Miss Anna Clark is tho new Postconsent) until passed or defeated on for tho world, for mankind. mistress, taking tho place of Mrs. vote taken on the question of its "Any American who is not InterestMollio Crawford, who left for South a passage." ed in tho wnr has something wrong Carolina to visit her husband. with him. Tho only npoligies, tho only J. S. Kwcn, Dr. Lemming, A. J. A CHANCE FOR TIMBER MEN excuses, I have for referring to tho Martin and wife, attended County Provost Marshal Gcnl. Crowder war is that I am an American citlzcifc Court Day at Winchester, Monday. has issued n call for an additional I belicvo in my country nnd in my a,uuu men trom uuriy-eigsiaics, flag. Air Plants. "It is not necessary for tho colored to produco spruco wood in tho forests In some par.'", of Mexico "nlr plants" of tho Northwest, for airplane con- people, as a rule, (o omphasizo tho abound. These curious growths uro never attached to the oll In any way, struction. From Class I, only men who importanco of loyalty and patriotism. Wo always have had, nnd always will o aro qualified for special or limited but rely for their moisture on tho us One kind, known will bo accepted. These, as well as havo loyalty and patriotism." "Spaniard's Heard" (Tlllnmlsln usnco-Ides- ), registrants in tho second, third and attneheri Itself to telephono fourth classes qualified for general THE RAILROAD ADMINISTRATION wires. Very often tho growth becomes military service, may volunteer until AND THE FARMERS a positive nulsn'ice, and It Is necessary to send men to clear It awuy. Tho July 23, but after thnt date, sufficient, Tho United States Railroad Adminwill bo selected from Class 1 to istration "Spaniard's Heard" has no proper men has established n departleaves, and in appearance Is simply a mnko up any deficiency in n State's ment to bo known ns tho agricultural mass of green gray threads. Wide. r,uota. Tho men nro to entrain July section, whoso particular duty will bo World. 29, for Vancouver Barracks, Van- to look after the relations between tho Kentucky's railroads couver, Washington. and tho Department of AgHardy Tree Is the Palm. quota in this cnll is 78 men. riculture. Its purpose is to givo nil While commercial dates are sucpossiblo nsslstnnco to tho ngrlculturnl cessful in very restricted areas, the Child' Idea. development of tho country. Tho expalm Is very "tough" and resourceful. A little miss was watching tho circus It will actually thrive In sand, In clay, tension work of tho Depnrtmont of adobe, peat, swamp muck, alkaline or parade, and when tho calliope cume Agriculture nnd tho stimulation of along tooting nwuy and with steam salty soils und generally over a wider ngriculture, especially in relation to range of conditions than ulmost any nscendlng, ttho said: "Oh, mumma, music." Boston transportation, will bo nssisted ns hear tho boiled other plant. Truuscrlpt. much ns possible by the new section. is bo-tn- ok bo-lo- w: ? ' I gold-bric- k j nt vn-en- nt scr-vlc- August i, loia TUB CITIZEN Pago Thre PAULINE HENKEL I ,ju endangered her. Without It, the Germans would hnvc Interned her ns n OCEAN CAHLE DIP-uv- "' Frenchwoman, nnd with It, sho was FEUS FltOM TELEsneered nt nnd Iti'ultod tlmo nnd GRAPH LINE. Although nn ngnln before she finally managed to ocean cable Is In fnct n telegraph get over tho border. She died about line, It Is so differently constructtwo months nfter she reached St. Naed that the rules for working zalre. land lines nre almost entirely disMoreover, I heard tho fate of my similar. With the first long cables, older brother, who had mndo his homo grent difficulties were encounterIn Franco with my grandmother. He ed In sending through thera n hnd gone to tho front nt the outbreak current of electricity of sufficient of the wnr with tho Infnntry from St. power to record the messages Nimilre anil had been killed two or rapidly. Tho methods for overthree weeks nfterwnrds. This made coming these difficulties, nnd In It n sort of personal mntter. use nt present, are described ns Hut what put the finishing touches follows: to mo were the stories n wounded Keys which, when depressed, Canadian lieutenant told me somo transmit positive nnd negative months later In New York. He had currents, are employed at the been there nnd ho knew. You could AyjNfNti AND CHIEF PETTVOFFfCFirMl-WAVYsending station In connection not help believing him; you can alMEMBEK OF THE FOREIGN LEGION with the regulation battery. The ways tell It when n man has been .. iNh?."V- r.uw CDCmo curreut of the battery does not there nnd knows. pass directly Into the cable, but r-WINNER OP TUP rOftlV nc There was not much rocket nround irnnr Into n condenser, which passes &fV&. Oil W Mr 1 n Co. TW New York, so I made up my mind nil WA A. CWg. HvinMnW. It Into the submnrlnc line. of n sudden to go over nnd get somo This grcntly Increases the for myself. Hellevo me, I got enough CHAPTER I. Ho I planted him (ino In the kidneys force of tho current used and nnd another In the mouth, nnd he went racket before I was through. Most serves to cut oft Interfering In the American Navy. clenn up ngnlnst tho rail. Hut ho of the really Important things I hnvc ground currents. My fattier was n seaman, so, came back at mo strong, nnd we wcro done have happened llko that: I did Tho Instrument first employed them on tho jumpl you might say. nil my life 1 hcnnl a grent deal nt It for somo time. In receiving cablegrams was n nl)out utilpn nnd tlio son. Kvwi when Hut when It was over tho goldstrlpo Many other Americans wanted a look, reflecting gnlvanometer. Upon I wns n llttlo boy. In Wnlston. Pu., I camo down from tho bridge and shook too; there wero five thousand Amerthe mngnet of this lnrumcnt Is thought nbout them n whole lot nnd hands with me! icans In the Canadian army at one cnrrled a smnll curved mirror. wanted to bo n snllor especially u After this they did not hnzo mo time they sny. A lump Is pluced before the mirI would not claim that I went over sailor In the U. S. navy. much. This wns tho beginning of a ror and behind a screen In which You might sny I wns brought up on certain reputation Hint I had In tho there to snvo democracy, or unythlng there Is n vertical silt. Flnshcs the wnti-r- . nnvy for Later on I hnd a like that. I never did like Germans, of light moving ncross this slit When I was twelve years old I went reputation for swimming, too. That nnd I never met u Frenchman who was as tho needles moved from left to sen ns cnbln boy on tho whaler first day they begnn culling mo not kind to me, nnd whnt I heard to right, lndlcnted to the trained Therlfus, out of Boston. Sho was an "Chink," though I don't know why about tho way tho Huns treated the eyes of the operator the letters old square-riggesailing ship, built and It has been my nlcknnmo In tho Helglans mndc me sick. I used to get In the message being transmore for work than for speed. Wo nnvy ever since. out of bed to go to an picture mitted. wore out four months pn my first It Is a curious thing, nnd I never show, I thought nbout It so much. Hut this method of recording rTulso, and got knocked around n lot. could understand It, but garbles nnd Hut thero wus not much excitement messages was found to tax the In a storm on the Newfound-lan- d marines never mix. The marines nro nbout New York, and I figured the eyesight of the operator severellntiks, where we lost our Instrugood men nnd great fighters, aboard U. S. would not get Into It for u while, ly, n few years' work often renments, nnd had n hard tlnio navigat- and ashore, but we garbles never buvo anyway, so I Just wanted to go over dering them nlmost, If not totaling the ship. Whaling crews work on a word for them, nor they for us. On and see whnt It wns like. 'Hint Is ly blind. Ilecognlzlng the fact shares nnd durlug the two years I wns shore lenvo abroad wo pal up with why lots of us went, I think. that there must be something on tho Therlfus my shares amounted foreign garbles, even, but hardly ever Thero werl1 five of us who went to wrong with such n system, into fourteen hundred dollars. with n marine. Of course they nro Iloston to ship for the other side: ventors set nbout repairing the Then I shipped as helmswith us strong In case we have u scrap Sam Murray, Ed Hrown, Tim Flynn, defect, which resulted In perfectman on the Ilrltixli tramp Southern-dowwith n liberty pnrty off somo foreign Mitchell and myself. Murray wus nn cx- ing the syphon gnlvnnometer, a steamer out of ship they ennnot keep out of a fight garby two hitches (enlistments), gun- which has all but superseded all Liverpool. Jinny people ure surprised uny more than wo can but nfter It pointer rating, nnd ubout thirty-liv- e other receiving devices. that a fourteen-year-olboy should bo Is over they are on their way at once yenrs old. Hrown wns a Pennsylvania man nnout twenty-sihelmsman on an ocean-goinyears old, who craft, and wc on ours. but all over the world you will seo There nre lots of things like that had served two enlistments In the U. young lads doing their trick at tho In the navy that you cannot figure out S. army nnd had quit with the rank BIG FLOCKS ONLY SOLUTION wheel. I was on tho Southerndown tho reason for, nnd I think It Is be of sergeant. Flynn nnd Mitchell were two years nnd In that time visited cause sailors change their ways so both men. Mitchell wns a moyt of the Important ports of Eu- little. They do a great many things noted boxer. Of tho five of us, I nm Why Idea of "A Sheep for Every Fam. Ily" Would Be of Little Value. rope. There Is nothing like n tramp In the nnvy because tho navy ulwnys the only one who went In, got through nnd enme out. Flynn and steamer If you want to see tho world. has done them. The idea of "a sheep for every famThe Southerndown Is tho vessel that, I kept strictly on tho Job ns a fire- Mitchell did not go In; Murray nnd ily" Is good in Intent and purposes. In the full of 11)17, sighted n German man, but I wanted to get into tho gun Hrown never came back. rigged up like a milling ship. The five of us shipped on the steam Hoth manufacturers of woolen goods turrets, it was slow work for u long nnd meat distributors would llko to Although I liked visiting tho foreign time. I had to serve ns second-clas- s ship Virginian of the American-Hawaiiaports, I gut tired of the Southerndown line, under American Hag nnd see a larger supply of raw material. s fireman for four mouths, after n while and nt the end of a voy- for eight months and In the engine registry, but churtered by the French Sheep raising, however, Is not like says the Albnny Journal. age which Inuded mo In New York I room as water-tende- r I signed on ns water- - gnrdenlng, government. for u year. decided to get Into the United States Then, after serving on the U. S. S, tender an engine room Job but tho To be successful It must bo conduct eJ ln tnc l,en n0d on n ,nrCO scale. navy. After laying nrnuud for n week Des Moines as u I was others were on deck that Is, sentnen. or two I enlisted and was assigned to transferred to the Iowa and finally Wo left Boston fur St. Ninnlrn with weeuing itseir is n large and com- duty as a second-clasfireman. curgo of ammunition, bully beef, plicated matter. Also, the nature of worked up to a After a animal is unsulted People have said they thought I wns time I got my etc., und made the first trip without the I. O. rating chief to combined commercialism nnd do-- 1 pretty small to be a llremnn; they petty officer, s anything of Interest happening. gunner. have tho Idea that firemen must be big As wo were tying to the dock nt St. mestlclty. The family who had a sheep The vnrlous navies differ In many men. Well, I nm C feet 74 Inches In wnys, but most of the differences Nnzalre, I saw n German prisoner sit running around the dooryard would nn """""no" wr tne animal height, nnd when I wns sixteen I wns would not be noticed by any one but ting on a pile of lumber. I thought Ionu Just as tall as I am now and weighed n sailor. Every sailor has n great deal probably ho would be hungry, so 1 mm wuuui cut me inner on me loot- lug of a family pet, thnt could be ICS pounds. I was u whole lot husk- - of respect for the Swedes and Nor went down Into the oilers' mess nnd wegians and Unties; they nro boru got two slices of bread with n thick separated from Its valuable wool only sailors nnd are very daring, but, of piece of beefsteak between them und If the 6heep's comfort were considcourse, their navies nro small. The bunded It to Fritz. lie would not tuke ered. As for the uso of a family 6heep for Germans were always known ns clean It. At first I thought he was afraid sailors; that Is, ns In our navy and to, but by using several languages and meat, such would be rare. "Led like tho Itrttlsli, their vessels were ship- signs he managed to make me under--1 a lamb to the slaughter" has more shape all the time, nnd wero run ns stand that he was not hungry had than a literary meaning. One who could seo a 6turdy steer felled by a too much to eat, In fnct. sweet as a clock. I used to think of this fellow occa-- 1 hammer blow or an uncouth and There Is no uso comparing tho vari ous navies as to which Is best; some slonnlly when I was ln u German prls-- . squealing pig slashed ln the throat, are better nt one thing and some nt on camp, nnd a piece of moldy bread would turn from tho sight of n lamb, box wus without fight, held helpless while slowanother. The British navy, of course, the size of n safety-matcIs tho largest, nnd nobody will deny the generous portion of food they ly bled to death. Most people like that at most things they nre topnotch forced on me, with true German hos-- 1 lamb or mutton, nnd most people releast of all themselves; they admit pltullty, once every forty-eigh- t hours. quire woolen clothing, but for both InIt. Hut there Is one place where the I would not exactly have refused a food nnd warmth the navy of the United States bus It all beefsteak sandwich, I nm afraid. Hut dustry will depend upon commerciaGerman. lized flocks. over every other navy on tho seven then I was not n lienven-borsens, and that Is gunnery. The Amer I was only n common American' garby. ican navy has the best gunners In He was full of kultur nnd grub; 1 TORCHES FOR THE TRENCHES tho world. And do not let unybody wns not full of anything. tell you different. Thero wns n large prison camp at How Uncle Sam's Soldiers In Prance St. Nazalre, nnd nt one time or an Will Be Kept Warm. CHAPTER II. other I saw all of it. Hefore the war It had been used as n barracks by the School children In many cities I The War Breaks. rench nrmy nnd consisted of well- - making trench torches to be used are' Gunner Depew. byi y After serving four years nnd threo made, comfortable stone the Sammies across the sea. lor then, too, for that was before my months In the U. S. navy, I received buildings, floored with concrete, with Tho Introduction to kultur In German pris- un honorable, discharge on April 14, auxiliary barracks of logs. The Ger nnnprs torches nro made from news- on camps, and life thero Is not exactly 1011. I held the rank of chief petty man prisoners occupied tho stone ' whlrh nrn nut In nnliitnn wtdthn " these fattening not exactly. I do not know olllcer, s gunner. It Is not buildings, while the French guards ?lRht of torch. columns an Isrequired. one rolled, The paper why It Is, but If you will notice tho uncommon for garbles to Ho nround a were quartered In the log houses. In navy firemen the lads with tho red while between enlistments they llko side, the houses wcro divided Into long one strip at n tlmo, until tho article Is stripes around their left shoulders u vacation ns much us anyone and It rooms with whitewashed walls. There complete. Then It Is boiled four minwill find that almost all of them wns my Intention to tout for u few was a gymnasium for tho prisoners, a utes In pnrafQn. Tho torches nro to bo used to warm small men. Hut they nro u husky months before Joining tho nnvy ngnln. canteen whero they might buy most lot. After the war started, of course, I of tho things you could buy anywhere tho hands of tho men In the trenches Now, In tho nnvy, they always bazo bad heard moro or less about tho GerIso In the country, nnd a studio for nnd to boll their coffee. They first orn newcomer until he shows that he man atrocities In Helglum, nnd while the painters among the prisoners. Of iginated with tho Italian soldiers In the Alps. Ono and a half million havo can take care of himself, and I got I was greatly Interested, I was doubt' ficers were separated from privates mine very soon after I went Into Un- ful ut first an to tho truth of tho re which was a good thing for the pri been used by the Italians. They nro do Sam's service. I was washing my ports, for I know how news gets mes and wero kept in houses sur only slightly moro than two Inches nn ttwt frtrtienutlit changed In passing from mouth to rounded by stockades. Officers nnd high, but burn a long time. Influta In ii deck, nnd every garby (sailor) who mouth, nnd I never wns much of a privates received tho samo treatment, camo along would glvo me or the hand to believe things until I saw however und ull wero given exactly How Binder Twine Is Made From bucket a kick, and spill one or tho them, anyway. Another thing that the samo rations and equipment us the Palmetto Trees. both of us. Each tlmo I would move caused mo to bo Interested In tho war regulur French nrmy before it went to At last tho palmetto treo is coming to somo other place, but I ulwnys was tho fact that my mother was born the front. Their food consisted of Into Its own. It bus been posing for r, seemed to bo In somebody's wuy. Fi- In Alsace. Her maiden mime, bread, soup, and vino, ns wine Is called s of a century in Southern nally I saw a murlno coming. I was is well known In Alsuce. I had almost everywhere In the world. In poetry and Southern oratory, and now nowhere near him, but ho hauled out often visited my grandmother In St. tho morning they received half u loaf Florida and South Georgia and other of his courso to come up to me und Nazalre, France, and knew the coun- of Ylennu brend und coffee. At noon Southern states huvo turned upon It guvo tho bucket u boot that sent it try. So with France ut war, It was the each had a largo dlxlo of thick twenty feet away, at the sumo tlmo not strange that I should bo even soup, und nt threo in the afternoon und said: "Now you be useful as as handing mo a clout on tho ear that moro Interested than muny other moro bread and a bottle of vino. Tho well placeornamental. You shall take tho of Mexican sisal for tho soup was moro like n stow very mnnnfnrtlim nf nntlnn hnpHntr nnri Just about knocked mo down. Now, garbles. I did not exactly know what a marine As I hnvo snld, I did not tako much thick with meat nnd vegetables, At binding twino and, Instead of being was, nnd this fellow had so many stock in tho Urst reports of tho Hun's ono of the officers' barracks there was to sweep Ignoused for stripes on his sleeves thut I thought exhibition of kultur, because Fritz Is cook who had been chef In the lurg- - ble floors, you shall becomo useful to he must bo some sort of officer, so I known us a clean sailor, nud I figured est hotel ln Paris beforo tho war. tho nation." Just stood by. Thero was a gold strlpo that no real sailor would ever get All tho prisoners were well clothed. A newly Invented machine spins the (commissioned olllcer) on tho bridge mixed up In such dirty work as they Onco a week, socks, underwear, soap, and I knew thut If unythlng was said there wns In Helglum. I figured towels and blankets were Issued to fibre out of tho palmetto leaves. They wrong ho wonld cut in, so I kept look- the soldiers were llko tho sailors. Hut them, and every week tho barracks aro stripped green from tho trees, fed ing up lit him, but he stayed where he I found out I wus wrong about both. and equipment were fumigated. Thoy Into one end of tho machine and emergo balls of binder twine from the wns, looking on, und never saying u One thing that opened my eyes a ere given tho best of medical atten other end. jjword. And nil the time the marine bit wns tho trouble my mother had in tion In four months tho stripped tree will ffkept slamming mo ubnut und telling getting out of Ilunover, where sho (To bo Continued) havo another coat of leaves which will 1 mo to get the hell out of there. was when tho war started, and back v bo cut off at their stems und fed to Finally I said to myself, "I'll get to France. She always wore u lltUo Tho will soon becomo a usi. tho machine, and so on three times this guy If It's tho brig for n month." American flag und this both saved and less boat a year. T.rn W Albert- R Depewt Captain ;MmT thodct XilrZ. ft nnt-nrnll- STONE" Constantinople, famous tlty of iiiupiiues uuu minnreis, is mo subject of many prophecies. It hr.s been the battleground of Christian nnd Mohammedan since the twelfth century. None of the prophecies respecting the expulsion of the Turk from European soil Is moro remarkable than that of the "shining stone" In the famous "apostate cathe--' drnl" now the mosque of Santn Sophia. Years ngo there wns brought to tho city of the sultnn a grent slnb of luminous marble, white nnd translucent. Specimens of this stone nre exceedingly rare, nnd no other fragment ns large ns the shining stone Is known to exist. It wns Installed In the west side of the grent gnllery of the historic mosque of Snntn Sophia. What first invested the stone with supernatural qualities Is not known. Tho Persian's regarded It with nwe, nnd upon Its Installation In the Constantinople mosrjue It was declared to be the mystic dial wherein the fnte of Islam should be reflected. makes It n ready reflector of light rays. During the hours of daylight It emits n particularly TTnWmsASTKK uu TY TUItKS IS FOItE-TOL- to D HY "SHINING list-wor- Its peculiar vitreous quality d brilliant light. considered These rays nre all-nig- Allah's assurance to the faithful that all continues Pauline Henkel Is colonel of the United States Hoy Scouts and the only one of her sex to be mndc a member Amuse the Kiddles. To make a fountain that will delight a small child you should get a smnll glass bottle and nearly fill It with water. Then bore a hole through the cork nnd place n straw through the hole. The strnw should be long enough to reach nlmost to the bottom of the bottle, nnd If the straw does not fit the cork tightly you shoufd put scaling wax round It to keep out all air. You should now tnke a glass Jam Jat nnd heat It over a lamp or candle. Stand the bottle of water on two or three sheets of damp blotting paper laid on a plate or dish, place the Jar over the bottle nnd press hard to well ln the empire of the true believers. When Islnra has experienced political or religious triumphs In the past, according to the guardians of the shining stone, the brllllnncy of the marble slab was such ns to seriously discomfit humnn eyes. When disaster permanent nnd threatens the Turkish empire, nccordlng to, the prophecy that nccom-pante- d the stone out of the mystic Orient nnd Into Europe, the stone will no longer reflect light. It will be no longer luminous and translucent, but clouded and opaque. To hint that the shining stone was undergoing such n transformation was ln times past to Incur the risk of a speedy nnd violent death. of that organization. first-clas- s twin-scre- d g x n first-clas- ' gun-loade- s a g prevent nlr getting underneath. Now, ns soon as the air ln the Jar begins to cool, the water In the bottle 'will rise through the straw nnd form n pretty little fountain. The great thing to remember is to press the Jar down ever so tightly. If the air can get away from under tho Jar you will not have your fountain. MISS HELEN C. HOERLE first-clas- h sheep-raisin- g Economic Garden, Now thut so manv nre looklne to the economic rather than tho ornamental side of gardening, we nre minded of the plaint of the Jews as recorded In the Blblo: "We remember the fish which we did eat In Egypt freely ; the cucumbers, and the melons, nnd the leeks, and the garlic." What a savory meet ; the atmosphere fairly reeks with It It seems the pyramids were built on the strength of the brenth of the Egyptians. Herodotus, writing 400 B. C, states there wus nn Inscription on one of the pyramids stating that men wcro employed for SO years In building the pyramids nnd that thej gjCMWfc IB Wl,rn Nmiiimiw Union consumed garlic, leeks, onions, etc., tc Miss Helen Clirlstenc tho value of 1,000 talents of silver, ot Hoerle of nearly $1,500,000. This must havo lcnl New York has been recruiting cooks strength to the enterprise. for the navy. 100,-000 u World as Now Constituted Unsafe Place for Undisciplined Democracy By DR. THOMAS NIXON CARVER Profeuot ot Ruril Economics Htmrd Unireriity two-stor- " first-clas- Is democracy worth saving? A democracy may just as bad as an autocracy, depending on tho kind it is. It may be mado up of undisciplined persons, or it may be tho kind of democracy in which every person does just ns lie pleases regardless of nnyono else then it is not worth saving. The world as it is now constituted is an unsafe, bo lim-L-- Dler-vleu- two-third- broom-makin- g place for undisciplined democracy. The world has always been ruled by disciplined people, and of these, there is more than oiie kind. First, thero is tho discipline of tho benevolent despot, and a disciplined nutoe- rucy will always rule over nn undisciplined democracy. The other discipline comes from within this is the discipline of tho truo democracy. It is a law of tho universe that discipline rules and thero is no going against tho laws of tho universe. In u football team each player docs not play for himself but for tho wholo team, and so it must bo with a nation. Tho disciplined man subordinates the lesser needs of tho individual to the larger needs of tho group, and thus a disciplined pcoplo has the essential teamwork. Democracy will win in tho present war only if the devotees of that democracy will so sacrifice that good teamwork is accomplished. Jfueh has been said recently nbout spending money freely in order to keep it In circulation and thus moke for prosperity. In this tho pcoplo should bo careful as to whothcr tho money kept in circulation is spent on frivolities and nonessentials or in ways in which it can help tho government. If invested in Liberty bonds, it is spent and will circulato, and will do much good, as will also money that is given to the Young Men's Christian association nnd tlio Hed Cross, while, money spent for mcro peacetime, trivialities simply makes for exchange. Kiclmnge is a good thing only if it permits specialization of production, and under theso conditions work will bo dono better. Exchange simply for tho sake of trading is volueless from an economic standpoint, because nothing is produced. Page Four. THE CITIZEN Miss Mabel Gotl left, Tuesday. for Redhousc where sho will visit friends for several days. Miss Lula Robinson was visited by Miss Nctt Farmer, of Lancaster, the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Gott received a card from their son, Strolhcr, that he had landed safely in France Mrs. D. W. Brown is visiting her many friends in Bcrea. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Moore entertained Mrs. J. P. Reese and daughter, of Philadelphia, and Miss Lily Buyers, of Coatosvillo, Pa, last week. Mr. and Mrs. Grant Huff lcavo today for Letcher County to spend a few days with his mother. Contractors arc getting out rock for the Walnut Meadow pike, which is to be rebuilt by this fall. Miss Mattlc Wilson, of Irvine, is the guest of Mario Scrivner on Center street. Mrs. T. B. Stephenson has been visiting relatives in Lee County. Mrs. II. C. Smith and ton, Howard, aro visiting friends at Stearns, Ky. Jessie Smith, who has been in a school of music in Cincinnati, returned home last week. Bertha King was in Cincinnati, last week. Prof. Iligby, who had just returned from the South where ho had been with the Berea College Extension workers, is now at tho Robinson Hospital and has typhoid He is improving nicely, lever. however. Benton Fielder of the College is improving very rapidly at the same hospital. Miss Violet Ogg, a nurse at the Robinson Hospital, underwent a severe operation last week. Visitors who have been to sec her aro pleased to learn that sho is making .uch speedy recovery. Dr. Robinson says sho will be up and about again in a very few days. Professor and Mrs. Dodge finally decided to avail themselves of the surprisingly low fare of one cent a mile to the G. A. R. National at Portland, Oregon. They went on the early train on Wednesday of this week, expecting to bo away from homo for six or seven weeks. We wish them a pleasant visit and a safe return. Our soldiers in France need more books. Wo have them on our book shelves. Let us select our best and deliver .them to the Berea College Librarian. Read the article in this week's Citizen written by Mrs. Ridgway. 25,000 Wanted Student Nurses for tho U. S. Student Nurse Reserve. Enroll at the nearest recruiting station of the Woman's Committee of tho Council of National Defense. For Berea and adjacent territory, enroll at the Robinson Hospital, Berea. A letter was received by The Citizen from Dr. and Mrs. Cowley, in which they write interestingly of ther trip to Lorain, Ohio. They stayed overnight en route, with Mr. and Mrs. Cart-mc- ll, former Bcreans, at Delaware, Ohio, and report a most enjoyable visit. Dr. Cowley expects to return about August 15. Ho is spending a week longer than he expected to, attending surgical clinics in Lorain, Ohio. much-appreciated August I, 1018. Great Reduction Sale AT B. E. BELUE CO. Richmond Kentucky L OCAL PAGE FROM A A very largo rattlesnake, over three feet long, having eleven rat- NEWS OF BEREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED VARIETY OF SOURCES Dean & Stafford REAL ESTATE Bank & Trait Bldg. Berea, Ky. Best Blacksmithing Scientific horse shoeing, fine iron work and repairs of all descriptions at the College Blacksmith Shop, Main Street, north of The Citizen Office. L. N. TIME TABLE Berea, Ky. (In effect May 11, 1918) 4 North Bound No. 32, Leaves No. 38, Leaves No. 31, Leaves 6:53 p.m. 1:17 P-- 3:53 a.m. South Bound No. 33, Leaves 12:03 p.m. 1:04 pjn. No. 37, Leaves No. 31, Leaves 12:12 a.m. street. Note: No. 33. the fast train, will Mrs. C. B. Holder, who is visiting stop for passengers from North of her mother, Mrs. Martha Early, was in Richmond last Friday. ville, Tenn. Washington Johnson, who was spending his vacation at his home We SELL hats and sell them right. in Gainesboro, Tenn, was suddenly ad. called back to take charge of tho Mrs. Laura Jones. Miss Maud Bowman spent a pleas- College Garden on account of the ant week in Tennessee. illness of Mr. Fielder. The Misses Sanders, Webb, and Misses Mary Porter and Bess McLean, of Walnut Hill, Cincinnati, Marsh, who have been teaching in are guest3 at Boone Tavern. North Carolina, are visiting friend? Miss Lula Stanton, of the Acad- and relatives here. emy Department, is ill at Prospect Mrs. T. J. Scrivner is visiting her Cottage. son. Edgar, and family at their C. E. Vogel, who has been attendhomo on Center street. ing. Chicago University for the Miss Shadoin, of Nashville, Tenn., summer session, has returned to is with the Berea Bank and Trust Berea. Co. this week, installing a new sysMiss Eleanor VanWinkle is ill at tem of bookkeeping. her home on Estill street. Howard Dizney spent the latter E. J. Kinney and wife, of LexingTavern, part of the week in town with hi3 ton, wero guests at Boone parents. He, with his wife hwl Saturday. spending a little son who have been making a Miss Carol Edwards is few weeks in Washington, D. C, as more extended visit in Berea, rethe guest of her uncle and aunt, turned Sunday to their home in Harlan. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Montgomery. Word has reached Berea that Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Noble leave soon for West Virginia, where they Prof, C. N. Shutt, who has been acting as advance agent in the Colwill do extension work. Miss Abigail .Morrow is spending lege extension work, has been called her vacation in New York. Ilcr in tho draft. Letters coming in from extension friends may write to her at Chauworkers report an abundance of tauqua, N. Y. C. E. Campbell, who has been large luscious peaches in Alabama, spending his vacation with his in localities far from the railroad. parents in Charleston, W. Va., has These peaches can bo purchased returned to resumo his duties in tho .for the munificent sum of twenty-fiv- e cents a bushel, but are located Bursar's office. Hafer, who has been in communities from which it . Miss Lorena attending summer school at North-fiel- d, would be almost impossible to ship However, it is Mass, is spending her va- them to Berea. pleasant to know that there is an cation in Ludlow. ' A number of young people of the abundanco somewhere. Misses Nannio and Mildred Gab-bar- d, summer school enjoyed a wagon of Wallaccton, spent tho week party to the Indian Fort Mountain. end in Berea with relatives. Saturday afternoon. Misses Irene Moffit and Mabel Burley Hoskins, a former student Lewis left Saturday for a visit of of tho Normal and College Departments, was in town Saturday. Mr. several days in Hazard with Miss Hoskins is connected with the Farm Betlio Lewis. Miss Nancy Settle, of Big Hill, was School, Asheville, N. C. Miss Lclia Bowman is spending n visiting friends in Bcrea at the first pleasant summer in Garland, N. C. of tho week. George Howard, of the U. S. S. Mrs. Edna Bcrryman and little Pennsylvania, spent several days in daughter, Geneva, of Lexington, arc Berea last week. Tho ship was put making an extended visit with Mr. into drydock while being over- and Mrs. B. H. Gabbard. Miss Jennio Owen Cochran of tho hauled and tho sailors were put en furlough until repairs were made. Louisvillo Free Public Library is Miss E. K. Corwin is in Filchburg, spending several days at Boone Mass, this week. j Tavern. Mrs. Fannie Olmstead and little II. C. Woolf, of Winchester, was i daughter, Peggy, who havo been in Berea, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Cheesemanand making their homo in Berea for dauehtor. Theodda. and Misses Etta somo time, left last week for an Cameron and Vinnio Hacking, all of extended visit with relatives in Cincinnati, motored to Berea, Sat South Carolina. urday. Harrcl VanWinklo, of Cincinnati, Dean Rumold, who has been was In town at the first of the teaching in the summer school in week. E. F, Dizney principal of the BeKont, 0, has returned to Berea. Dr. Dunn, of Richmond, was in rea Graded School,' and several Berea, Saturday, Borea teachers aro attending Coun Prof, and Mrs. Geo. Roberts, of ty institute at Richmond this week. Leatinpton, were in Berea, SaturTor Rent: Davis House, at Juncday. Prof. Roberts is of tho State tion of Dixio Highway, Main and University of that place. Center Sts. Best location for hotel Mr. and Mrs. Simon Blimcnlhal, or boarding house in Berea. Modof Cincinnati, were in Berea, Fri- ern conveniences, hot and cold water, separato toilets and bath, elecday. Rented, furnished or U. 8. Wyatt and son, Ulysses, mo- tric light. tored thru to Mississippi, last Fri- unfurnished. Rent Very Reasonable. day. Thex will stay about two Call phono 120, or address Mrs, N. (Ad-E. Davis, Berea, Ky. weeks. 5) tles and ono button, was killed on Bighill Pike by some teamsters last Saturday afternoon. First Lieutenant Ira M. Nickcll, who was stationed at Camp Taylor, has been given a captaincy in the Army. Capt. Nickcll is a former student of Berea College, and is from Perry County. Edgar Dixon, a former resident of Berea, was discharged from the Navy, recently, on account of imHe enlisted last paired hearing1. winter and has been stationed at the Great Lakes Training Station. Mr. and Mrs. Adams, of Jackson County, were in Berea last week. Mrs. Adams had been receiving medical attention at tho Robinson Hospital. Mrs. H. C. Clpyd, who has been visiting in Livingston and vicinity, returned to her homo on Chestnut LIEUT. M. O. LEWIS MARRIED Tho following item of news, clipped from tho I.awrenccville, c, Vn, will bo of interest to many readers of Tho Citizen. The groom, Lieut. M. G. Lewis, is a nephew of Prof. C. D. Lewis, and was a student in Bcrea during tho years '14 and '15. His sister was in school hero last year. "At 7 p.m., July 13th, Miss Gertrude M. Button and Lieut. M. 0. Lewis wcro married at tho homo of tho groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John B. Lewis, near Lawrcnccvillc. "The rooms at the Lewis homo at Mondamin Farm, wero beautifully decorated with ferns nnd flowers. The bride was dressed in a whito silk embroidered crepe, nnd a hand made laco veil caught up with pearls. 'She is tho eldest daughter of Prof, and Mrs. II. F. Button, of Farming-dal- e, New York; is a graduate of Manassas High School and Cornell University, and is jlomc Demonstration Agent of Greensvillo County. The groom is the oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. John B. Lewis, of this place, and is stationed at Camp Lee. Rev. H. N. Laws, of Camp Lee, performed the ceremony, after which an informal reception was given, sflad and ico cream being served." The Citizen Joins in wishing tho young couple a long, useful and happy life together. Timos-GazctlCLARK-BICKNE- M0DER7M W7IR IS DECIDED ,Y ORGTLNIZTITIOj 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 Berea, Kentucky WEDDING very pretty wedding took place at tho homo of Mr.'and Mrs. Henry Bicknell on Richmond pike, Tues day at 5 p.m., when their daughter, Ruth, was united in marriage to William Clark, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel P. Clark, of Berea. Tho hrido ami groom have been students of Ilerca College for somo time, and Mrs. O'ark was a graduate from the College Department year. this About twenty of their more intimate friend wore present to witness tho marriage ceremony which was performed by tho Rev. Howard HudA 1 community. Something llko twenty WITH THE CHURCUES persons wero spenr tweuty-llv- o Union Church The Sunday services have, been cially blesed or renewed in tho well attended, and very helpful dur- grace of God. B. Y P. U. Sunday Night ing the past month. Prof. Jas. It. The regular Sunday night meetRobertson was tho preacher on July 21st, and dealt in a very instructive ing of the B. Y. P. U. was held at way with tho humanistic sido of the Baptist Church at 0:45. Tho tho Kingdom of God. On Sunday, meeting was a lively and profltablo tho 28th, tho Rev. Wm. C. Noble one, about forty being in attendtook th'o service. His theme was, ance, the largest ono this summer. Next Sunday night tho monthly "Religion and Morality," based on tho text, Deut. 10:2. Ho emphasized devotional meeting will bo held, tho the necessity of having Godliness at topic being, "Love's Reaches." Evtho heart of all our religious ac- ery ono como nnd get tho benefit tivity. No religion is genu i no which from tliis meeting. is not moral. ROY WYATT WRITES HOME The Adult Dible Class, conducted Mrs. George Wyatt has recently by Brother Burgess, continues with unabated interest and attendance. received two letters from her son, Tho class extends a hearty wclcomo Roy, who is now with the Amerito all who are not clsowhcro en- can Forces in France. He is well work to and enjoying military life very listed in Sunday-schomuch. Wo quoto briefly from a come and study the Sunday-scho- ol letter written Jiut before jailing lesson situ sheia. T. J. Osb me was tSe hidcr cf overseas. I am expecting to leave a very helpful prayer service last week. Tho topic was "Liberality for France very soon, but do not in Giving." Tho leader for next worry, mother. I hope to return feel that my week will bo Mrs. Robertson, and homo sometime, for the topic, "Our Mission Interest and Heavenly Father is with me in try-- I ing to do my bit for my country, Our Missionary." Tho prayer service is of rital Im- j and I am proud that I havo tho portance to the spiritual life Jot chance. You know that you would the Church. Arc you receiving the not want mo to stay at homo whllo share of help to which you aro en- ' others aro fighting for pcoco. I am here to do my part, but I am thinktitled. ing of you and tho other loved ones First Baptist Church at home." Sunday-schoat 9:15 a.m. Wo havo carefully graded classes HORSE THIEF ARRESTED for all ages, with separato class Hubert Moran, colored, was arrooms. rested at Paint Lick last week by Preaching service at 11 a.m. Tho subject of tho pastor's ser- Chief Watkins of Berea. Word was mon for next Sunday morning will received from the authorities at Lovclaml, O., to bo on tho lookout bo "Christian Perfection." for a horso and rig which was reTho' B. Y. P. U. service at 0:15. Tho weekly prayer scrvico and ported stolen from that locality. regular monthly business meeting Chief Watkins took immediate steps to get tho thief and soon had tho at 8 p.m., Thursday evening. Wo extend a hearty welcomo to culprit in tho grip of tho law. Tho all to unito with us in these serv- prisoner was given a preliminary hearing at Lovcland and released ices. under $1,500 bond to appear beforo Rev. E. B. English, Pastor the grand jury in Clermont County, Christian Church Ohio. Biblo School at'0:l5 a.m. This is not tho first offense for Communion scrvico and preachMoran, ho having served a year in ing at 11 a.m. the penitentiary at Frankfort for new W. J. Hudspeth, Pastor houso breaking in Berea, Bomo years Methodist Church ago. Chief Watkins Is to bo comN Biblo School at 0:45 a.m. "Preaching services at 11 a.m. and mended for his prompt action iniipprohending .tho prisonor. 3 p.m. The public in general and tho new WAR'S HAND NEAR BEREA converts in particular aro earnestly Saturday, a telegram arrived in invited to ntlend these services. Bcrea, telling of the death of J. L. Rov. Larrabce, Pastor Clemiiiens, of Sand Gap, "killed in Revival Meeting Closed action." Mr. Clemmcns, boforo goTho scries of meetings which ing to tho Army, was frequently in havo been going on for nearly threo Boron, carrying tho mail from Boweeks on tho Methodist Church rea to Sand Gap. Ho had been grounds carnn to a closo on Sunday wounded onco and had been capnight. Theso meetings havo been tured by tho Germans, but manwell attended and their results havo aged to crawl back to tho American been of incalculable valuo to tho lines. With such who city of Berea and its contingent sacrifice their all, men as these,turnAmerica Is territory. They havo heightened ing the tide against the Huns. tho moral tonn nnd strengthened ol ol son. The happy couple left on the evening train, Tuesday, on their honeymoon trip to Cincinnati, Detroit, and Chicago. Mr. Clark will report at the Aero Naval Aviation Training School, Great Lakes, III. The heartiest congratulations aro extended to the bride and groom by a host of friend, who will hope for their happy reunion after the war. RAINE-FORWAR- D WEDDING quiet but pretty weddinf was solemnized at tho homo of Dr. and Mrs. James Watt Rainc at 10 A very o'clock, Sunday, tho 28th, when their daughter, Jessio Harriet, tho bride of Donald DeKlyn Forward, of Oberlin, O. Tho ceremony was performed by President Frost, of Berea College. The bride and groom met while students at Oberlin College, and formed an acquaintance which was destined to culminate in happy wedlock. Mr. Forward is taking a courso in be-ca- the Officers' Training Camp at Lou- isville, and tho happy couplo left for that city on tho noon train, Sunday, followed by tho best wishes and hearty congratulations of their many friends. SWINF0RD PANN Word has been received hero of tho marriago of Miss Dewey Leo Swinford, of Cynthiana, to Tandy Pann, of Scott County, on tho 25th. .Mrs. Pann graduated from tho Academy Department last Juno and has many friends here. Mr. Pann, who was hero in June, is a prosperous merchant and farmer of Biddle. Tho wedding was solemnized in Georgetown, with tho Rev. J. E. Moss the officiating minister. Tho couplo left for Detroit, Mich, to spend their honeymoon. UNITED Of tho churches SERVICE of Bcrea will bo resumed next Sunday evening at 7:30 in (ho pavilion back of tho Library. Rev. W. J. Hudspeth will bo tho preacher, and all tho singers aro invited to como and "sing." Don't miss this service. Committee THE KENTUCKY TRIO COMING Saturday night, the Kentucky Trio, a widely noted musical company, will give a concert in the College Chapel. Admission 25c and 10c, the proceeds to go entirely to tho Borea Chapter of the Red Cross. HORSE FOR SALE It is your patriolio duty to come, Bay Pcrcberon, 3 years old, well as well as your own pleasure. broken to all kinds of work; 15 hands high, weight 1,200 pounds. For particulars, see B. P. Ambrose, SOCIAL ON CENTER STREET ad-- 3. Wednesday night a party of young Prospect street. people convened at tho liomo of Mr. nnd Mrs. E. A. Bender and enjoyed AUTOMOBILE FOR SALE a two-hosocial gathering. Tho Ono Maxwell car, in splendid conparty was given by Miss Mario dition; $100 worth of extras. Scrivner, in honor of her cousin. Ignition; five tires. Miss Mattie Wilson, of Irvine, who Apply to A. F. Scruggs, Borea. ad. is visiting her. ur BEREA FAIR FOR SALE Tho Bcra Fair will bo held SepSmall farm of about 40 acres, lo- tember 5, 0 and 7, instead of in tho public conscience of tho entiro cated two miles west of Berea. August, as in former years. Let's About 20 acres cleared and in cul- boost for a bigger and bettor fair. tivation, remainder in small timber, Be a booster, not a "buster." a OF no buildings, good orchard, a bar M Baurbon Poultry Remerfy gain at $800. Liberty Bonds, cash TOR SALE &t or stock of merchandise. Address: Split, hardwood. Sco A frw drew la tho W. B. Harris, (owner) Forrostcr Raino or Herman Walker. anouins waur curt tw LX ad-Berea, Ky. (Ad-and chicle ch F. L. MOORE'S OneDrop Jewelry Store FOR ftWfr'i rilRFS 5. 5) LOST spec tacles. Please return to Virginia (ad-5- ) Dean, Center street. 14, gold-rimmed July pair FOR SALE 7 sows and 40 pigs, from two to four months old. W. M. Garrison, ZVt miles west of Berea. ad-- 8. 1 Sold dlurtiuek,cliolr other dlwwri. Una UVcent Iwttlfl DitkK 11 irtllumof tiiudlclno. .Atdrutr-irtaUFine lir mall iatiud. Vlu-ti- e luultrr book fruo ou mjuotU HftWt "Kit (a.,UlHtw,. MAIN ST. or fhN First Clau Repairing AND Line of Jewelry BEREA. KY. by Porter-Moo- re Drag Co. i August I, 1018. THE CITIZEN i OBITUARY Rev. Daniel Wendell Brown Rev. Daniel Wendell Drown was born August 11, 1885, in Ilorclng, t n rago rivo. . The Citizen A family Newipaper for all that It right true, and Interesting lnlllthM ntry ThurmUr at Ilrrra. Kr. being the youngest son of tho lalo Mr. and Mrs. Clayhiirn Ilrown. At DEREA PUBLISHING CO. the ago of twelvo be wos converted (1ncorprftiJ) during a revival nl tho M. K. Church WM, C. FROST. EMor.ln-CMin his littlo mountain homo town, Subscription Rate uniting at onco with tho church. THERE IS A REASON PAYAIlLF. IN ADVANCE Ono day, whilo hoeing corn on n One Ytar ,(0 Rll Month. H mountain slope, ho felt tho Lord DO TrirM Montht RICHMOND . railing him to preach the gospel. . KENTUCKY Bend monrr hr or Etr-raMan. Ordrr. Draft, llml.Lrnl LrtUr, or one and two Ho proved to bo Indeed, selected rem larnps, Tb data after your name on label how to by God for tho ministry, his winning what date four uboerlptlon In paid, If It it not smilo and wonderful powers of ford, of Dreyfus, was in Climax, was with homo folks, Sundays-Mi- sses chametl wlthla three wreki after renewal notify U. S. NEWS Vu.Mk'lnr numben will lie (Udly uppllnl If we orntory soon earned for him tho today. Mr. anil Mrs. C. T. Baker Mary Frances Hughes and (Continued from Page Ont) title of "Tho Mountain Hoy Preachare notified. of his nrgumcnts wcro successfully visited Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Owens Elsie Stark, of Jcllico, Tcnn., aro Liberal terms len to any who ebtaln new uh er." At tho ago of sixteen, ho was erlptlone for ui. Any one eendlnir ui four yearly refuted by the Red Cross, and that Sunday, who havo a vory sick child. visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Hicks lumcnpuoni can reeeiea xne uituen xree ror llrensed to preach by tho Rev. God-be- y, one year. women will continue to knit socks .Mrs. Elijah Abncy, who has pcllag-ar- a, and family. Mrs. Pearl Hamilton, at nethel Ridge, Casey County, Adfertlilnc rate on application. is improving very slowly. Mr. of Richmond, Ind, is visiting her and sweaters, and soldiers will conIn 1001. In September, 1000, nt Green nntl Mrs. John Young, of Hamilton, father antl mother, Mr. tinue to wear and enjoy them tho and Mrs. MRS. TUBUS DID HER. BIT up, ho was ordained n deacon In tho moro becauso they wero mado by arc visiting relatives here this Allen Burdctto. At the Tabernacle Saturday Night Melhodlst Episcopal Church by week. Pete Gabbartl, of Goochlnnd, For sumo weeks llio coming of Bishop McDowell, and In Septem- JOHN S. BICKNELL KILLED IN patriotic women. As long as the wns in Climax the Inst of tho week. GARRARD COUNTY IOWA Government permits tho Red Cross Mrs. Tuhbs a ml her fiiinlly to Horea ber, 1009, at the age of twenty-fou- r, Mrs. W. A. Phillips is visiting Friends of John S. Dicknell, of to bo supplied with yarn and tho Paint Lick has lioi'ii announced thru llio col ho was ordained an elder by Bishop Garden Grove, Iowa, will bo greatly Itcd Cross has work to assign lo homo folks nt Eglon this week Paint Lick, July 29. Mr3. M. L. umns of The Citizen, iuitl tliclr ar- L. H. Wilson, at Maysville. Talmago Phillips and Dock Jones rival ui the Tabcrncclo last SatAfter hearing the call to preach, shocked to hear of his sudden earnest patriots wo need havo no called at Joseph Martin's of Gooch-mor- e, Noo is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Sunday. Wartl, in Harlan, for n fow weeks. concern over tho opinion of a rep urday night was greeted by a good ho spent some time in Union Col death last beginning ..scconkJfa,1 owf Mrs. A. B. Wynn returned from LayHe and his son, Virgil, wcro rid resentative of the textile trade. So lege, Ilarbourville, working his way sized audience. Sunday land, afternoon. Janics man Sunday, whero sbo had been as ho went on student charges. He ing in an automobile near Garden the ohl controversy of machino and Lunsford and Rov. Ball, I'rof. Ctrl Hunt acted as of Leo visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Grove, when they were struck by a hand knitted goods may bo buried and made the necessary was sent to Hooncville, Owsloy passenger train, killing them in again until some other agitator County, will hold a revival at Syca- Howard, Bennitt Itoopo, of Frankajmouncoments and explanations County, by bis conference, later more, beginning tho fourth Saturday fort, came to Silver Creek, Sunday, stirs it up. concerning Jhu play of the evening serving tho churches at West Cov stantly. in August. Everybody invited. to take tho examination for tho Mr. Bicknell, who formerly lived l and the work of tlio Hed ington, Pikoville, Harlan and Bercn, Army, in Richmond. Miss Fannio in Jackson County, was tho son of Chapter. Cross in this stale. Tho churches ex Freddie Knew the Symptom. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY Dowdcn, of Tcatcrsvillo, spent tho Freddie wns visiting n tiny new tmby. The play was staged entirely by perienced spiritual awakening. In S. W. Bicknell, of Clover Bottom Conway P, After looking at tlio bnby for n long week end with her mother, Mrs. local talent, which proved to bo an tho meantime, ho spent ono year nnd a brother of tho lalo J. Conway, July 22. The Rev. Crider cast of characters. It at the Iliff School of Theology, Den- Bicknell, of this place. Ho was 38 time, he enmc running to his mother filled his regulnr nppointmcnt nt J. T. Thompson. Frank Tinder bnby's little lists exclaimed, would bo impossible to mako spe- ver, Colo., where ho served ns pas- years old, and an honest Christian and both closed "The It looks as If It the Methodist Church, Saturday dedicated tho service flag at tho nnd Fairview Church, Sunday night. man in every way. His son, Virgil nre cial mention of each participant in tor of the Barnum M. E. Church. was going to start n fight." night and Sunday, with largo at- Tho flag had fourteen stars in it. the play they all tlid their parts From T?orea, ho went to Evnnslon, was 18 years old nnd a promising tendance. Luther Cox and family, Mr. and Mrs. Rico Woods and Mrs. well but llio rolu of Mrs. Tuhbs III, attending the Garrett niblical young farmer. Mr. Bicknell is survived by several EASTERN KENTUCKY NEWS ITEMS from this place, aro visiting Mrs. Smith wero in Lancaster, Friday was especially well taken by Mrs. Itulituto of Northwestern Univer Butl Turpin, at Hamilton, Ohio. (Continued from Page Eight) night, to hear tho Hawaiian music J. It. Robertson in each art. Mrs. sity, and from thero serving as tho brothers and sisters, and an aged Mr. and Mrs. David Grant, from at Roman's opera. Mrs. Edd Sealo father, his wife and five small K. H. English as tlio "Itomanllcnr nator of the Lake Forest, III.. First Creech, Mrs. S. P. Caudell and two Berea, spent the day with Mrs. and littlo son, James Dorwin, of old maid provided abundance of M. E. Church, which church ho or children. There were two other occupants of Green Caudell's girls, of Stanton, Waller Wren, Sunday. Several of Lancaster, havo been tho guests of fnn by her many matrimonial ad- ganized for the Rock River Confer aro the welcome visitors of S. A. tho boys from this placo aro called her aunt, Mrs. John Stuart, for a vances. Simon ItubbeJs (John Mil- ence. A fine building bad been of tho car, one of whom was killed Caudell nnd relatives this week. lo ML Vernon, the 25th, lo bo ex- few days. Mr. and Mrs. Edd Hcd-ric- k, antl tho other sovcrcly injured. Tlio ler) the hard hearted groceryman, planned there when his ill health Climax amined for military service. Mrs. funeral services wcro held at 3:00 nnd Mr. and Mrs. Day, of Lexmet his match in Mrs. Tubb's phil- forced him to give up the work. Climax, July 3(1, We arc having Dora Milcben, our third trick op- ington, motored over, Sunday, nnd o'clock Tuesday, evening, at Garden osophy concerning the war, when be April 0, 1918. and go lo New Mexico, some very wet weather at present. erator at Snider, wns visiting Mrs. spent tho day with Mr. and Mrs. eanw to collect his bills and to boast where he stayed at the Methodist Grove, Iowa. Rov. Lewis filled James Lunsford's A. B. Cox nt Wildic, Sundays-Hurr- ah Millard Ledford. Messrs. Joe Archof his gifts of money. War taxes National Sanltorium, Silver CilV appointment last Sunday. All tho for Tho Citizen and its many er and Robert Brown motored thru and even Liberty Itonds are not to' bis wife nursing him thru the en- BRADY CARRIER'S SPEECH AT boys of this place arc gone to Ohio. good readers I NARROW GAP from Villa Grove, Illinois, Saturday, bo considered as sacrillces when tire illness. whero they will bo employed for Wildie Tho Necessity of Saving and will visit their relatives hero compared with the giving up of Wherever Ibis youthful minister Wildio, July 29. Miss Bertha for a few weeks. Wo all know that this world is in awhile. A largo crowd from here sons ami husbands to fight the bat- wont, ho madn frioniR Evidenco the greatest slrugglo it was ever in attended church at Cave Springs, Reynolds is visiting her sister, Mrs. tle for freedom. Simon hail llio sym f this was shown by the many Sunday; all report a flno time. Mrs. John Burdettc, at Richmond, Ind. WORLD NEWS pathy of the audienco with him, beautiful floral offerings from far before fighting tho greatest and J. A. Sexton, who has been very Morris Archer Phillips is called to (Continued from Ptge One) hardest battles that men hnve ever no doubt, when he was made the and near. Many telegrams of sympoorly, is ablo to bo out again.L special military service; ho leaves forgery" by pathy were received, and among experienced. Every mnn, woman, L. Phillips nntl J. A. Sexton were Wednesday, tho 31sL Benton Ket-ro- n thing that it touches. victim of a "love-lettIt penennd child of our more than ono tho mischievous Tuhbs children. them, messages of condolenco from has bought a motorcycle. Tom trates tho clothing and in contact hundred million population should in Wildio on business last Satur Miss Raymond, as Aunt Serepty, many prominent clergymen and day. Anna Hill nnd littlo son, Jim-mi- e. Mink got a card last week that his with tho skin, burns liko a mustard ami .Miss Sperry as Mrs. Ellen business friends. He was always help lo win this war. There are nre visiting homo folks this son, Harrison, hud arrived sefoly plaster, but more intensely. It is very few who cannot afford to buy lllakey played very important parts alert about his Master's business, week. Reuben Ballingor, who has overseas. Robert Hincs got a card especially painful when it gels into n "baby bond" each month. Your in assisting Mrs. Ttibbs in her home and n number were licensed to been suffering with a cancer, is that his son, Dock, had arrived safetho eyo or tho mucus coverings of duties, and efforts to bo patriotic, preach under his ministry. Among money is safo in tho Government's better at this time. James Luns- - ly "over there." Stephen Langford tho noso and mouth. hands. It is not like being in n box as well as in giving the messages of condolence arc it earns you ono cent more each iidvico to Mivj Clingy Vine in her quoted in part: twenty-fiv- e cents exciting lovo affairs. Chicago, III., July 22. Mrs. D. W. month. Every thai can bo saved thai would be The closing tableau with upwards nrown, London. Accept sympathy spent for luxuries or1 Without benefit, of one hundred parents and wives of our ministry in Chicago. The should bo put into a Thrift Stamp of soldiers from Ilerea on tho plat Joy of a victorious life is his. Ho form made a thrilling and impres- - did a prent work for his Lord. He There is no los3 when you invest sivo scene. The singing of "The will live in the lives of lboo bo your money in Wnr Savings Stamps Wo must rniso everything wo can Star Spangled Hanuer" by this has won to Christ. Tlio church he group of patriots brought a most started in Lake Forest Joins us in Wo must support thoso who aro fighting our battles for us. There cnjoyablo evening to a close. sympathy and prayers. can bo no sacriflco made as great Vory pleasing entertainment be Allison F. Clark, DIst. Supt., tween the acU was furnished by Northwestern District, Rock River as that which is being made at the front in France. Mrs. J. W. Dooley, the SMnny Quar-te- l, Conference. Wo could give all wo havo and and tho reading by Mrs. Edgar Lake Forest, 111. July 22. Mrs. that would bo nothing compared Moore. D. W. Ilrown, London. Tho First with what our soldier boys ro Tho Red Cross ladles aro to bo M. E. Church of Lake Forest deeply congratulated upon tho success of feels the loss of their pastor and giving their lives. When you in vest your money in War Savings tho evening, and tho plcasuro thus much regret not being ablo to pay Stamps, you aro helping your afforded to all lovers of good wholo-som- o their respects in person at his country nnd saving your money at and patriotic-- amusement coronation service. "Blescd aro tho samo time. Anyono could save Tho proceeds, amounting to over the dead that die in the Lord." "It enough in a month to buy a Thrift $10.00, will bo given for Red Cross is better to havo loved and lost Stamp or a War Savings Stamp. A work. than never to have loved at all." War Savings Stamp will keep n sol "Greater lovo hath no man than this dier nearly two weeks. Set aside FOR BEREA EXTENSION WORK IN that a man lay down his life sums of monoy monthly and buy for his friends." From thoe who baby bonds. GEORGIA Tho oxtonsion tent has been appreciate his fath fill and willing Moro than ninety per cent of tho spending tho past week in tlio littlo service more than words can ex- population of tho United States has town of Fairmount, Oa. Tho at- press. yet to learn systematic saving, LOCATION:--Lincoln County, Ky., 6 miles from Danville, 5 miles from Stanford, John R. Palmer, tendant at tho meetings has surThero wnro ttirco million peoplo Sec'y M. E. Church, who subscribed to tho first Liberty routing on the pike running from Stanford and Hustonville pike to Danville and Huston- passed nil expectations. A sccontl V. S. S. drive was on, miles from L. and N. depot, 3 miles from Q. and C. depot. L. and N. Tho funeral services wero bold Loan, ten million to tho second, and ville pike. 2 and tho men throw themselves in- from his brother's home, whero ho soventcen million lo the third. Railroad touches the farm, stock loading station can be had. to this work with nil their might, died in London, and at tho Method Eighty per cent havo failed to sign anil with splendid results, speakist Episcopal Church there, on Tues for n singlo dollar. If that eighty DESCR1PTI0N:--Leve- l and gently rolling, no waste land, splendid frontage on pike, ing at eleven difTorent school day, July 23, at 0 a.m., and wcro per cent would sign as much, ac Land is very productive and until houses antl churches in outlying conducted by tho Rov. John O. Gross, cordingly, as tho twenty per cent beautiful yard with large trees, and level avenue to pike. districts. of Cincinnati, Ohio, n minister li did, it would mako a great differ- recently the entire farm has been for years a Tho work with tho children was, censed during tho pastorate of Rev, ence Wo must) work and save; that perhaps, tho most important and Ilrown at West Covington, Ky., antl is what it takes to win tho war. difllcult to bandlo in this particu now pastor of tho Delta Ave. M. E. Thero aro two certain things that lar place, 1ml tho final results wcro Church at Cincinnati. A largo dele we must save, and havo to save, n cultivation as follows 75 acres in corn, 45 acres in wheat and barley, 3, acres of alfalfa, very gratifying. gation from his former church at and try to pet others to save that of tobacco and the balance in blue grass. Well fenced and well watered. acres Tho generous hospitality extend- Heron was present with floral offer- is wheat antl sugar; they aro tho ed to tho members of tho group, ings. Tho burial services wero con- most important; but wo must savo 6 room brick house,3 porches, basement, 50x50 tobacco and stock IMPROVEMENTS: both collectively and individually, ducted in tho nfternoon at tho littlo other things also. Tho moro Ao during tho last days of their stay, mountain church, whero Rev. Brown savo, tho less lives aro lost. Every barn, double cribs, and other outbuildings. 2 tenant houses, one a nicely finished house of spoko more convincingly than was converted and raised, whero stamp you buy means that much three rooms and two porches. words of tho appreciation of tho wero present many of his kinfolk addetl to our country's bank actown. and childhood friends. Tlio Revs. count. If everybody would study This Farm will sell. A Wheat, Com, Hemp and Tobacco Farm. It is a Money maker. Tlio workers aro keeping very Stump, Early anil Martin Joined in their condition, they would buy less wnll and thoroughly enjoying their glowing testimonies of (ho life and savo moro of tho things that To be sold in 25, 50 and 100 Acre tracts, or as a whole to suit the Purchaser. experiences. Cohuttn is tboir next nnd work of tho man they had con bo shipped to France. Possession January 1, 19 19, with seeding privileges at once. destination, tho night between be- known and loved always. Rov. Do not spentl your money for ing spent at Chattswortb, just at Brown was a member of Lodgo No. foolishness, bcrnuso there will bo Don't fail to attend. Remember the Date, THURSDAY, AUGUST 8th. tho foot of n mountain 4.000 feet 017 F. and A. M, and of tho Bcren a limo when you will need it. Money ard Presents Given Away. high. People who let others fight, suffer Chapter 151. and of tho Order Eastern Star, Chapter 12, Beren. Tho and dio for them while they do DIRECTIONS: Leave Stanford or Danville, via. Hustonville pike. For further MISS BAKER RESIGNS Buy baby Masons of Berea and London had nothing, aro slackers. bonds and savo our country from particulars inquire of Miss Myrtlo linker resigns her charge of the Interment at Campposition ns Clerk to tho Dean of ground Cemetery. tho Huns. Very few peoplo now fail to, Rov. Brown was married, NovLabor today. Sbo has done efficient work in this capacity and tho Col- ember 30, 101 l.to Miss Ethel Bobler of renlizo that wo aro fighting a brulal, lege loses n promising worker In Kent Bridge, Ontario,. Canada. To relentless enemy. Wo must work this union wero born two chil antl save. If wo don't, tho soldiers her resignation. THE REAL ESTATE MAN i'utt-Aff- dren, Clarice, now four years past. Mary Nadlne, now two years old When his wife started lo Now Mexico in n futllo search for her husband's health, theso two littlo girls wero left with relatives Chicago. Mrs. Ilrown soon realized that her husband was not recover Ing from the tuberculosis, and sum moned his brother, J, II. Brown, of Loudon, lo come, when they started at onco on tho homeward Journey, arriving al his brother's homo only one week beforo his death, Mon day morning, July 22, 1018. At his bedside wcro bis only sister, Mrs, (Dr.) C. V. Stark, of Evarls, and others of near kin. The Citizen Joins his host of friends in Berea and every other placo Rev. Brown has ever been in exlonding tho bereaved ones our deepest sympathy will not have nourishing food lo cat nnd clean clothes to wear. If saving is necessary In a lime when thero is no war, how much moro necessary Is It in a llmo like this. The allies have tho Huna on tho run they ore driving them away from their supplies. Every paper gives us good news, but wo must not let up; if wo bad live million soldiers in France, wo should not let up. Whilo wo havo got them going, let's keen them koIiik until victory is ours. r: SMART PEOPLE BUY DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS FROM OWEN McKEE stage-manage- Lr-a- all-st- ar er ed Thursday, Aug. 8th, 18 AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M., I WILL SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION 170 ACRES of LAND S. R. Wader 1- -2 1- -2 Solid Mat of Blue Grass, Grazed by Big Cattle. SWINEBROAD OF LANCASTER, KY. Pago Six, TUB CITIZEN BULLETS mOM BREAD AS IM PORTANT AS BULLETS FROM LEAD It is not possible for every man to fight for his country. Some must August 1, 1018. MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spcnce, Farm Demonstrator nnd Special Investigator SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING 1st Door Training that adds to your general education. FOR YOUNG MEN Agriculture, Carpentry, Bricklaying, Printing, Commerco and Telegraphy. Homo Science, Dressmaking, Cooking, FOR YOUNG LADIES AGRICULTURAL TAIR Our Agricultural Fair tills year will Ito held nt Heron College TaberDon't fornacle, October get to make preparation for tills lllggost and best premiums fair. given will bo given this year. Don't wait too lato lo begin to make your selection of articles for exhi bition. Tho premium list will bo out in Aumist or September. Watch for tho announcement and call on your County Agent for premium list. (er number of farmers, enjoyed n rare treat, Saturday afternoon in Herea College Vocational Chapel. Prof. B. J. Kinney and Prof. Huberts from tho Stale College of Agriculture. Lexington, spoke to thoso farmers on tho subject of, "Wheat Growing.' This was a very interesting meeting. All phases of the wheat growing were discussed. Tim speaker urged the farmers to give their wheal a treatment for emul before sowing, also to stick lo their variety of seed and not bo buying some highly advertised wheat. Mr. Kinney urged the farm-o- rs to grow all tho wheat they could, economically, and try to grow more per acre. He discussed the fertilizer in connection with this. Southern Madison is not a wheat growing section, but there will bo more acres of wheat for 1019 than there has ever been in Southern Madison County. Our farmers arc going lo do their part in this great war. This was emphasized at the meeting by J. W. Herndon. THE SHEEP GROWERS' ASSOCIATION GROWERS' MEETING AT BEREA Tlio Hoard of Directors of Southern Madison County, with n large WHEAT prove sufllclcnt. Mites are moro troublesome and more harmful than lice. They tl not live upon tho birds like the lice, bill during tho day, hide in the cracks and crevices of the roosts and walls of the house, and nt night cmne out and get on the fowls. They suck the lion's blood, and if allowed lo become numerous, as they cor tainly will if not destroyed will seriously affect her health and con frequently, her ability to lay eggs Miles may be eradicated by a few thoro applications to Iho interior of tho poultry house, of kerosene, crude potrolitirn, or some of the coal-t- ar products which arc sold for this purpose. The. commercial coal-tproducts aro more expen sive, hut retain their killing power longer, and they may be cheapened by reducing with an equal part of Crude petrollum will kerosene. spray better if thinned with one part of kerosene to four parts of t lie crude oil. Holh the crude pctrolium products often con and the coal-tlain foreign particles, so should In strained before attempting to spray. One must lie sure that the spray reaches nil the cracks and crevices. giving special attention to the roosts, dropping-board- s and nests. Tho treatment should bo repealed two or three limes, at intervals of n week or ten days. Yours, very truly, Hobt, F. Spenco, County Agent. ar ar YOUNG money-earning PEOPLE Berea's Vocational Schools power, combined with Nursing, Stenography and Typewriting. 2nd Door Berea's Foundation School General Education for thoso not far advanced, combined with somo vocational training. No matter what your present advancement, nWo can pul you with others like yourself and give chanco for most rapid improvement. 3rd Door Berea's English Academy Course For thoso who aro not expecting to leacli and who aro not going It also gives thru College and desiro moro general education. tho best general education for thoso who wish a good start in study and expect lo carry it on by themselves. 4th Door Berea's Normal School This gives Iho best training for thoso who expect lo leach. Courses aro so arranged that young peoplo can teach through tho summer and fall and attend soliool through tho winter and spring, thus earning money lo keep right on in their courses of study. Read Dinsmoro's great book, "How lo Teach a District School." 5th Door Berea's Preparatory Academy Course This is tno straight road to College best training in Mathematics, Science, Languages, History and all preparatory subjects. Tho Academy is now Borca's largest department 6th Door This courses twenty-flv- o Berea College in all advanced Is tho crown or tho whole Institution, and provides standard subjects. war conditions. For samo in Berea, but tho finds itself now makes as wo have in Iho pasl tho girls and 113 CO lo cost half that at other LATE GARDEN PLANTING . Tho United Slates Government, thru the Agricultural Department, is launching a Sheep Campaign thru-o- ut the United States. Robert F. S'pencc, our County Agent, asks that all farmers raising sheep, or in terested in raising sheep, be present at Mt, Vernon, August 6th, for tho purpose of organizing a Rockcastle County Sheep Growers' Association. This will be a very important meeting for the County and all people who are interested in the sheep proposition should bo present. All farmers who have ewes or owe lambs aro urged to keep them and not soli lo people who will send If them outside of the county. they are sold to be kept in tho County, this means a bigger sheep production for next year. TIiojo who wish lo buy sheep or have sheep to sell, nro also urged to attend this meeting at Ml. Vernon, August C. TO MEMBERS OF AGRICULTURAL The Government is urging our peoplo to plant a large second crop of potatoes. This matter should re ceivc immediate attention. The first crop is 10 short; the Northern 's'tates have a decreased acreage this season; and unless a large second crop, is cultivated, tho potato situation during the coming winter and spring will bo acute. In addition to potatoes, many other crops, and highly desirable ones, in that they aro hardy and staple, may be planted now with a reasonable prospect of excellent returns. Turnips, several varieties of peas, dwarf beans, carrots, beets, endive, kohl rabi, spinach, kale, mustard, lettuce and radishes, yield splendidly from July plantings. Plant now; work with the same enthusiasm that was displayed in April and May; fight tho weeds; can and dry everything possible; and. finally, prepare for next year's gar-do- n by proper fertilization and plowing. During the winter, study gardening. The latest and best pliamplets can be secured on application. Remember I Ours is the last and most important battle line. We know that our boys in tho first line will not fail us; wo must not fail them. CINCINNAtl MARKETS. Raise in Board is rorccd ,by years tho board has remained tho unusual situation in which tho wholo country it impossible for us to live on the samo money This add3 $6.C0 to tho former expenses of tho expenses of the boy but still leaves tho schools and "cheaper than staying at home." A Temporary PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental by the term, board by tho half term. fee and room rent Installments aro as follows: FALL TERM Expenses for Boys VOCATIONAL AND FOUNDATION SCHOOLS ACADEMY AND NORMAL COLLEOE Incidental Fee Room $ 5.00 7.00 8 0.00 7.00 12.25 I 7.00 1JM 12.25 Board, 7 weeks Amount duo Sept. II. t'JI8. 21.25 Board, 7 weeks, duo Oct. 20.. 1255 '30.50 Total for Term 1255 25.25 1255 '37.50 8 0.00 2025 1255 33.50 Expenses for Girls Incidental Fee Room 8 5.00 I 7.00 Board, 7 weeks Amount duo Sept. 11. 11)18.. 2250 Board, 7 weeks, due Oi. 30.. 1050 '33.00 Total for Term This does not include tbo dollar deposit nor laundry. Special Expenses in Addition to Incidental 7.00 1050 7.00 1050 7.00 1050 2350 1050 '31.00 2450 1050 '35,00 money, for books or CLUBS RAISING POULTRY: As ono of the poultry club mem- bers, I want to call your attention to tlie fact that this is tho natural breeding time for lice and mites, and would suggest that you read carefully'tlio following instructions; If tho best results aro to lie obtained from tho ilock, tho lions must not be allowed to become overrun Willi lico or mites. A dust bath aids tho hens in keeping lico in cheek, and thoreforo adds to their comfort. Usually there will bo n placo in tho yard whero the hens can dust themselves in the dry dirt. If such a placo is not available, a quantity of road dust or flno dirt in a box about two feet square should be provided in tho house. Usually, the lico are not present on tho birds in sufllcient numbers to prove particularly harmful. However, it is best to keep tho lions as free from this pest ns possible, and if they aro unalilo to keop tho lico in check by dusting, other measures should bo employed. To rid the hens of lico, each one can lio treated by placing small pinches of sodium fluorld, a material which can lie obtained at most largo drug stores, among tho fealhors next to tho skin, ono pinch on tho head, ono on tho neck, two on tho back, ono on the breast, ono below tho vont, ono at tho baso of tho tail, ono on ollhor thigh, nnd ono scattered on the undersido or each wing when spread. Another method is to uso n small quantity of bluo ointment, a plcro as largo as a pea, on tho skin ono inch below the vont- - If murcurial ointment is used instoad of blue ointment, it should bo diluted with an equal quantity of vaseline Any of these mothods will bo found very effective in ridding tho hens of lice, and should bo employed whenever tho lico beoomo troublesome. Two or threo applications a year usually Hay and Grain. 5.00 Hay No. 1 timothy $24.50025.50, No. 2 $22.50023.50, Xo. 1 clover mixed 150 $21023, No. 2 clover mixed $19021, No. 1 clover $2O022.'No. 2 clover $1S0 20, sample grassy hay ,15.50017.50. Oats No. 2 white $0Q&0ic. standAll students do somo work with their hands from six to six ard whito No. 3 white 7SV4 teen hours a week as janitors or in the farm, carpenter shop, print- 079c, No. 2 mixed 7C077c, No. 3 mixoffice, laundry, boarding hall, ofllco, etc., and receive pay which ed 7507CC. Corn No. 2 white $1.95 0 2, No. 3 reduces their expenses. whito $1.9001.95, No. 2 yellow $1,700 1.75, No. 3 yellow $1.C51.70, No. 2 young man or young woman can get an education Any mixed $1.6001.70, No. 3 mixed $1.00 at Berea if there is tho will to do so. 01.65. white ear $1.9002, yellow ear $1.6501.70, mixed ear $1.6001.65. If it is impossible) ror any young man or young woman to be Butter, Eggs and Poultry. in school tho full year, by all means thoy should enter for a courso durCutter Whole milk creamery pxtras 11.00 Stenography and Typewriting 812.00 12.00 Bookkeeping (brief course) 14.00 Bookkeeping (regular course) 0.00 7.00 Business course for students in other departments: 9.00 l0S Stenography Typewriting, with ono hour's 0.00 7.00 uso of instrument Com. Law., Com. Gcog., Com. 1.80 2.10 Arith., or Penmanship, each.. In no case will special Business Fees exceed 815.00 per term. Fall Fee Business Wixtrr Serine 10.00 5.00 810.00 750 7979c. able-bodi- ed 46'c, centralized creamery extras firsts 42c. 45c, ing tho winter and spring terms. good to choice $6.75 0 9.75, common to fair $6.7008.50. Calves Extra $14.50 0 15, fair to good $120 14.50, common and large $7 11. Tho public schools will close about Christmas and tho teachers Prime firsts 37&c, firsts ordinary firsts 33c. nnd advanced pupils should not lie idle through tho long winter Llvo Poultry Broilers, l'fc lb and can over, 33c; over 1V4 lb, 30c; fowls, 4 months but should be studying In Berea whero tho best education lbs and over, 23c; do under 4 lbs, 25c; be gotten for least money. roosters, 19c lb. Applicants must bring or send a testimonial showing that they an Live Stock. Cattle Shippers $13016.25, butcher abovo 15 years old, in good health and of good character. This may b stoers, extra $11.50015.25, good to signed by some former Berea student in good standing or some reliabli choice $12.50014.25, common to fair $7.50012; hojfors, extra $11.75 0 12.60, teacher or neighbor. The use of tobacco is strictly forbidden. good to choice $10.50011.50, common For information or friendly advice write to the Secretary, to fair $7010; cows, oxtra $10011.25, Eggs ZOMc, MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Ky. London's Crystal Palace. Crystal palace was originally built In Hyde purk for the grcut exhibition of 1851, being afterwurd removed to At the Its present til to uud first state opening of the palace by Queen Victoria It wus urged that the usuul artillery bulute should not be fired, the reason given being that the concussion would shlter the glass roof and tbo company assembled below, including her majesty, would bo cut Into mlucemcat. Dire were tho predictions of the scaremongers when tho design for the puluce was made public. The first gule, they said, would Inevitably wreck it, while the heat engendered by tho sun pouring Its rays upon the domed glass roof would be bo terrific that no human being could withstand It. Consequently It they escaped an avalanche of glass they would bo roasted to death lasldo the cage.. Berea College Hospital - Best Equipment and Service at Lowest Cost. Wards for Men and for Women, Private Rooms, Baths, Electric Service. Sun-parlor. Surgery, Care in Child-birt- h, Eye Treatment, Nose and Ear, General Practice Come in and visit an establishment, which is a friend in need, and in reach of all the people. Robert H. Cowley, M.D., Physician Mrs. Anna Powell Hackett, Superintendent t wondering wliat'lhey were going to put in their empty Jars this sum mer, owing to the scarcity of fruits In all parts or tho mountain region, Wo may bo thankful for Iho nbun- dance or vegetables with which wo con fill n portion of our empty containers. It seems llko n great drawback not to have tho usual blackberries, but as (hero is no dlssa- poinlmenl hut has Its advantage, If wo become belter acipiainled with our springtime friend, the pieplant, wo will, to some extent, be the gniners, and not losers, by the dearth of fruits, Tho war has (aught us a lot of things about canning fruit.--) anil vegetables, but rhubarb, canned ut argument against Ills cording lo the new method, has ftii method of farming. seemed to me tho most delightful Kvery wheat Held must be made discovery of all. ns it requires less to do its host, for the German farm-- j sugar, the appearance when In the or "will raise an average or more can, or when served, much 30 bushels per aero, and the proved. ntHl best of all. the summer Kentucky rarmer must strive lo llnvor Is retained and tho acidity equal or bettor this yield. It Is wil is reduced without Impairing iho known that wheat yields well when rood value. it follows tobacco, so every Held .Many have the improsslon that of tobacco should be sown in wheat rhubarb can be canned only in the Ibis fall, and the farmer who fails spring, but the national rannorle to sow his tobacco fields in wheat' jar it. from May until lato Pop-wnot bo doing his host to sorva toiuber. However, only tho lender j young his country. shoots nro used. In the homo Stubble Holds thai are to be sown gordon, those young shoots gener-l- n wheat should bo plowed oarly. ally make thole appoaraneo In lato before the lOlh ot August at tho August and September, latest, ns wheat will not do its best There aro three stops in the on a rresh plowed Held. canning process. Farmers should plan now tho1 One. Thoroughly wash the voge-fleb- ls that they will sow in wheat toble. Out it into strips, ono-ha- ir and should make arrangements early lo one inch in length. Wash again, to secure sufllcient quanity of the Reason, washing removes dirt nnd best seed wheat that can bo obtained bacteria. and should order now the phosphalo Two. Place in a shallow pan and fertilizer thai they will require for pour sufllcient boiling water over their crop. Delay means failure and the vegetable to completely covor failure in tho wheat crop from all all or the pieces; sot tho pan over savo natural causes will bo inox- - the fire for rrom two to three utes, or until the rhubarb is tender The hungry world is standing to- - when pierced with n rork, but not day on tho door-ste- p ot the Amori- - so tender that the pieces lose their can rarmer crying for rood, and the shape. Immediately pour tho hot ranners or Kentucky will answer water off and recover the vegetables this cry by raising a bumper crop three times with cold water. Ilea-wheat, tor they know that bullets son, the hot water makes the color from broad are as important as bul- - and acid cell nctive. Tho acid un lets from lead. mediately begins to pour out, and when the hot waler is poured ofl. a SOUTHERN FARMERS TO GO OVER largo part ot it Is carried away, THE TOP, DESPITE LABOR hence, loss sugar is required tor SHORTAGE sweetening purposes, while the cold Farm labor agents of the U. S. wnter bath sols tho color and nro- Dept. Agriculture for the Southern vents the romoval of too groat a states met in conference nt Birming-- ; quantity of the valuable acids, by ham, Aln., on July 18 and 19 for the stopping tho nativity of tho cells, purpose or perfecting plans for mnk-- ; Three. Hnvo ready a syrup made ing up the farm labor shortage dur- - of two and one-ha- lf pounds or lag tho coming year. The spirit of sugar to four quarts of waler. lloll the meeting was that of service not Ihk syrup live minutes after the only for thd other fellow but for the sugar has dissolved. Pack the pleefs labor agents themselves. More than of rhubarb as tightly as possible in one of the government agents have the Jars and pour this syrup over led groups of volunteer workers in it. until the can is well filled. Place tho wheat harvest nnd threshing, tho rubber on the jnr, screw the top With such n spirit evident in the on lightly, or rlnmp tho lid in place, leaders tho farmers have been quick1 Place the jar in tho rnnnor which to respond to the appeal for greater has been previously filled with hot, exertion in crop production. but not boiling, walor. Placo the In spite of the labor fchortngo crops lid on the boiler when tho water arc clean and in excellent condition. has boiled, oju! steam for fully This has been due in large measure twenty minutes. Remove tho Jar to the fact thnt farmers realizing and seal. Ho not touch tho screw that they had to get along with re- - lop nfter (ho rubber has cooled, duced labor forces, havo worked Reasons, tho wnter in the boiler and harder nnd managed more effectively Iho syrup in Hie Jar should bo tho than thoy have ever done before, samo in temperature to prevent tho Southern farmers arc proving their. Jars breaking. A perfect vacuum patriotism in n very practical fash- - is formed in tho jar during tho ion. Many who in past years havo slenming process. The rubber, when done no nctunl farm labor are taking hot. adheres to the glass and lo tile tho lead in the fields this season. The. lid; if it is disturbed niter it has Negro population is imbibing tho cooled, by nn attempt lo screw it spirit or patriotic service. I ormerly, tighter, this vacuum is destroyed by n most southern communities colored tho entrance of nir. and baclerla may laborers have dono no work on Sat- be admitted, destroying tho fruit urday. This custom br rapidly disap- or vegetable. pearing nnd thousands or Negroes nro Fruits and vegetables may bo wearing tho red, white, nnd bluo but- canned in n wash boiler or lard can. ton or tho Saturday Service League, A rack or board should ho placed pledging themselves to work tho full in tho bottom of tho container to six days or tho week. prevent tho Intcnso heat from Men or tho towns nnd cities havo breaking tho jars. Rhubarb should gone out by tho hundreds to help in always bo canned in glass jars, tho harvest fields. Farmers for tho acid in tho rhubarb acts whom theso men havo worked havo on tho tin, forming n poisonous icported excellent satisfaction. Tho substance. plan having proved successful this season, will bo extended next year so Hebrew Knowledge of Silk. that if necessary, it will furnish the Silk wus probubly llrst known to chief source of labor for harvesting the Hebrews In tho time of Solomon, crops. Tho women of the South aro when their couunerclul relations wera greatly extended. ac-bI 1 Im-th- an ill min-ousab- lo. j of ' J j so fight and others must work to support them. The fanners of Kentucky have n duly to perform thai Is Just ns necessary ,ns fighting, and that Is (o raise food for those who fight, Tor bullets from broad aro as important as bullots from lead. Kvory man In Oennany Is striving his usiuost In wjn the war, anil Hie Herman farmer is doing Ills part by raising ns much food ns possible. The only way Tor the Kentucky farmer to do his part in winning the war is by raising more food than the Herman farmer and, 119 wheal Is the most important food, the real lest or strength between Iho American faniior and the Herman fanner will be some time this rail, when the wheat is sown. It is impera tive, therefore, that Kentucky funn- ers sow the largest wheat acreage; on record and produce the maximum, yleld per acre Kvory Held that might lie sown lit wheat, but thai stands idle, will stand llieru ns n blot upon tho patriotism of the uvin who owns it, and every Held thai is not so cul- - j livated that it will produce a maxi- ilium crop, will be an ally to tint Herman Kniser. No fanner should ' say lie cannot afford to grow wheal boenuso ho cannot produce a sulll-jth- o clout number of bushels per ncroj to make it pay, ns.tliis is not an! argument against growing whoat, At nlso enlisting for farm service. ono group of ten women Itlngo, from tho Red Cross organization chopped seventeen ncres of cotton In cno day. Thousands of town nnd city boys nro replacing mdn on farms. Stringent vagrancy laws nro rnpldly putting an end to the career of tho loafer. Farmers everywhere are making grcnter uso of four horse teams nnd of labor Having machinery. Cooperative clubs have been organized nmong neighboring farmers for threshing, silo filling, nnd similar work. Farmers nro pinning their work abend, putting their mnchlncry In perfect repair in nmplo tltno before It is needed, nnd in mnny other ways nro Increasing the elllclcncy of their mnn power. CAN YOUR RHUBARB By Mary Haldeman Way have heard a great many women I August I, 1018. TlIK CITIZEN INTERNATIONAL Pngo Sovcn IMPROVED UNIFORM THE COMFORTABLE LIE. SlMTSOIOOL Lesson IlKV. P. II, riTZWATKIl, D. D., Teacher of Kngllah Illlile In tlio Moody Illtle Institute of Chicago ) (Copyright, 191s, Western Newipaper t'nlnn.l P.jr Studying the Bible Dy REV. n. D. SUTCLIFFE EiUtuion Department, Moody Dibl loititutt, Cbictgo "Don't you worry when your husband Is out late nt night" "No. Ho enn tnko enro of himself." "Hut do you tnko his explanations without cnvll?" "Yes. ixo got to tho point where I'd rather hnvo him tell mo n plena- nnt Ho nnd let mo go back comfortably to sleep thnn to get tho truth nnd hnvo to stny nwnkc tho rcmnlndcr of tho night worrying nbout hlra." THE TAPPED WIRE By GENEVIEVE ULMAR. L QMAKD QLEAMQ5 GIVES ARMY WEAPONS Ordnance Important Bureau of War Department.Branch - TEXT Search tlio Scriptures. John 5:33, So Very Particular. All Christians should glvo some Mrs, Myles I suppose they nro tlmo to tho study of the Hilda nnd If pnrtlculnr nt tho hoarding school HELPING OTHERS. our study Is to bo where your dnughtcr nttends? profitable n cerMrs. Styles Oh, yes, very. dula-tln- n t,nB80N TKXTS-Lu- ko tain preparation "No young men over allowed to cnll TKXT-IJc- nr Is necessary. ye one another's OOI.DMN thero?" burdens, nnil no fulfill tlio law of ChrUt. This preparaWhy, even tho dnys tho "Never. (UUttnnn 6:2. tion consists first nhmnn calls they blindfold all tho nnADINO-Onlntlans 5: DKVOTIONAI of n henrt de- girls I" Pill MA HY LESSON MATHUIAIy I.uke to termination 10:X-Iread the Hook. Woman's Way. iNTnitMr.niATn. brniok and This Is a fundaADULT TOPlC-W- ho needs our help, nn.l Pullenco She's not satisfied with w how ran irtvo It? law mental of her new photographs nt all. Proverbs ADDITIONAL MATEMAIj Itllile study, so I'ntrlco I don't know why not. I 17:17: Matthew S:M; , Unmans 12:10-1Mmplo thnt It Is They mnke her look younger than sho I John Corinthians sometimes really Is. I. Being a Neighbor (Luke 10:.10-37- ). aside, to our great "I know that, but she expected to loss. There Is no hnve 'em look even younger than sho The story nf (hit flood Snmnrltnn Is way of under- pnys she Is." Christ's nnswer to tlio Inwrer's nucs- standing tho Hook Who Is our neighbor? He shift Hon: except ns we rend NOT VERY REASSURING. tlio nucstlon no ns to show tlint tlio It nnd reread It and reread It. It remipromo concern Is not who Is our quires a henrt determination to do neighbor, Imt whoso neighbor nm 17 thnt, for our threefold enemy will If 1 nm Christ's, my supremo concern rise up nnd sny "no" when wo atwill ho to Hnd those who lmvo ncetl tempt to rend the Hook. that I mny he n neighbor tu them. If The world will sny "You nro too wo love Oort supremely, we flinll find busy" or you will think "There nro hlghwny souls who hnvo too mnny Itnportunt things requiring nil nlong life's heen wounded nml robbed hy sin, my time to use It rending the Hlble." To Many look to the preacher to glvo whom wo enn love ns ourselves. lio n neighbor Is to them their spiritual food. The Lord 1. See those nbout us who need help does give his people pastors hut the (r. xn. pastor's study can never taku tho I)ve Is keen to discern need. Let place of one's own Individual study. In need The world will do what It enn to us be on tho lookout for those of our help. the reading of the Hook. Tlio 2. Hnvo compnsslon on tho needy world has u subtle ability to fill our (v. 33). lives so full of seemingly Important Christ's pity wns nroused ns ho enmo things, will bring so many crowding g Into contnet with those who were opportunities for the use of our tlmu nnd In need. All those who thnt we need n henrt determination to will ho likewise moved. make tlmu for Hlble rending. hnvo his niituro 3. fio to those In need (v. 31). Tho flesh will also oppose It. Wo Jinny nro willing to give money to become so tired physically. It Is a First Highwayman Sny, Is thero any unhelp tho poor nnd needy, but nro remnrknhle thing that ono enn sit danger In this business? willing to personnlly minister to them. down with an Interesting book nnd beSecond Highwayman No; not unMnny times the personal touch Is more come so nbsorbed In It ns to rend fnr you get shot. Important thnn the mnterlnl nld. We Into the night nnd not feel sleepy. less should glvo ourselves ns well ns our Hut how quickly the llcsh wants to Appearances. money. sleep nnd how the head nods when we Appearances, we read In books, A. Hind up the wounds (r. 31). To Krent deception often lead. would rend the Hlblu for un hour or Mnny Indeed nro tho wounds todny two In the evening. Potatoes are not much (or looks, Dut they are friends In time of need. which need our nttentlon. Tho devil also will hinder If ho 5. Set tho helpless ones on our enn. lie will suggest tho dllllculty of Nursing a Luxury. bensts while we wnlk (v. 31). understanding wimt wo read, will sny "Ilnve you any lden of the amount This Is n proof thnt the love Is genu-In- the Hlble Is n closed book to our of money you waste every year on toChrlRtlnns will deny themselves minds nnd do nil ho can to bring dls bacco!" Inquired tho g In order to hnvo something to clvo to couragemenL Hut If wo nro to coino mnn. those who hnve need. This kind of to un understanding of tho truth und "No," replied tho serene mnn. "You sympnthy Is grently needed todny. keep our souls strong nnd healthy, wo know if I kept figuring on whnt It cost n. Bring to the Inn nnd tnke enre of must read nnd reread the Hook Itself, I might not enjoy smoking sufficiently the unfortunnto (v. 34). Not books nbout the Hlble, nor ex to mako it worth while." Oenulno love does not lenvo Its serv- positions by mnn, but the Hlblu Itself. Incomplete. Much Chrlstlnn service In the second plnce, we must have Reverse Action. helps once nnd then ice Is, spnsmodlc; n henrt determination to allow the Brown Can you pay mo the $10 you lenves n, mnn to enre for himself. Hook to mean what It snys. Wo must owe me 7 I owo Johns some money 7. (lives money (v. 35). It to We It costs n good denl to be n neigh-bo- permitmako define Its own terms. will nnd wnnt to pny hlra."pny It explain Itself. It Greene Well, you Johns whnt Love Is the most expensive thing must It cost Ood his only answer questions concerning tho words you owe him nnd then I'll borrow $10 In the world. and- - terms It tho Son; It cost Christ his life. Mny wo unconsciously uses. We go to Wo HIblo from Johns to pny you. prejudiced. think go nnd do likewise I we know the truth and naturally sup' Up to Him. II. Living and Walking In the Spirpose what the Hlblo says ought to ITc My son wants to marry your it (Gnlatlans ngrco with our thought. If It does daughter. Does she know how to cook Those who nro freely Justified In not Christ will conduct themselves ns fol- ing ngrco we nro In dunger of forc n good dinner? Into It our own Ideas rather than She Yes, If sho gets tho materlnls lows : 1. Itestoro tho sinning brother let It mean what It says. Wo como to for one. Does your son know how to It too often for continuation Instead supply them? (v. 1). I do not mean that Itestoro Is n surgical term which of Information. What Columbus Was After. means the plnclng Imck of n dMocnt-e- d ono shall determine to accept nil It Hill They sny the first cigars seen member to Its plnce. We nro mem-tin- snys nt once, nor to believe nil It says nf the hodv of Christ, nnd tho at once, but I mean thnt we shall al by Columbus In the Old World were sinninff of n brother ought to ns renlly low It to mean what It says nnd to wrapped In cornshucks. Gill No wonder ho started out lookglvo us pnln ns the dislocation or n define Its own terms whether that member of our body. This service Is ngrees with us or not. And soon wo ing for a New World I to be done In the spirit of meekness, will llnd that wo ngrco with it. In this way much confusion will ho avoid No Reason. lest we also be tempted. Fnthep And what Is your reason for 2. Bear ono nnother's burdens (w. I'd. In tho third place, there must bo a heart determination to allow it to aspiring to my dnughtcr? Suitor I I hnvo no reason Pm In Mnny nro the burdens of life, bur speak to oneself. If I nm to study tho dens of wenkness, temptntlon, sorrow, Illlile profitably I must allow It to lovot suffering nnd sin. Christ Is tho su- spenk to mo uud not try to dodge. Wo When wo do nro nil more or less ndept as splrltunl premo burden-benrer- . AS HE WAS TOLD. dodgers. Tho Incident, recorded In this we fulfill tho law of Christ. tho fourth chapter of St. John Is a 3. Itenr our own burdens (v. B). Thero nro. necullnr burdens ItlClim very human picture. Our Lord the woman In conversation. Sho bent upon ench ono to bear. Theso Is hesitant nbout It because It Is n bunlens ennnot he borne by others. 4. Support teachers of God's Word strnngo thing for n Jew to spenk to n Samnrltuu, hut sho enters Into tho (vv. It Is Incumbent upon thoso who nro conversation. Gradually our Lord goes tnught In tho Word of Ood to clvo of n llttlo deeper Into her history until their menns for tho support of tho Qnnlly ho puts his finger on tho soro tencher. To repudiate this obllgntlon spot. Sho tries to escapo tho Issuo by Is mockery of Ood, for he ordained attempting to sidetrack him. Tho mothnt they who prench tho Gospel ment ho gets his linger on tho soro should live of tho Gospel (1 Cor. 0:11). pot. she 6nys "Our fathers worshiped (v. 0). In this mountain nnd ye sny that In B. Ho enrnest In Some fall of tho rewnrd becnuso Jerusalem Is tho placo for worship." they clvo up when tho Konl Is nbout That sounds religious nnd Interesting, to bo renched. but It Is u mere subterfugo to avoid 0. Work for tho Rood of nil men (v. tho Issue. We will do that in our 10). vlnds to dodge what tho Hook snys to Tho ono who Is freo In Christ will as personally. hnvo sympathies nnd Interests ns wldo It Is dlfllcult to allow tho Hook to as the race. Ho will especially strlvo ipeak to our own hearts but Hlblo "Now, Freddy, I hnvo asked you to help thoso who nro members of itudy Is valueless and Indeed danger- twice, and If yon don't answer Til body. Christ's ous unless It Is allowed to bcur fruit spank you. Did you say thank you to In our lives. It cannot be studied tho mnn that guvo you thnt candy? Service. True merely as literature. This then Is tho Well er pop I did. But he told Thero Is no service llko his thnt needed preparation for profitable Hlblo mo not to mention it." serves becnuso ho loves Sir Philip itudy n heart determination to read Sidney. tho Hook to allow It to mean what A Danger. It says and to permit it to speak to Sometimes we vainly seek to boast Vaunteth Not Itself. Of service In the fray, jur own hearts. An' when we're bent on helpln' most Put n seal upon your lips, nnd forWe're gettln- - In tho way I you get what you lmvo done. After Our Gentle Leader. hnvo been kind, after Love has stolen Jutt So. Wo lmvo a Leader so gentlo thnt wo forth Into tho world nnd dono Its "Justice Is said to bo blind." lynutlful work, go buck Into tho shado can go, as It were, to his tent at night "And from tho way some lawyers ng'uli), nnd say nothing, about It. and tell him wo nro ufruld of tomorrow's warfuro thnt tho hard battlo holler you'd think tho old gal was A Paradox. has weakened our nerves. O tender deaf." It Is ono of tho happy paradoxes of Savior, wounded unto death, and yet The Reason. spirit that without dependence thert) strong In tho consciousness of un In"So the bride eloped with the cc.n ho no Independence, aud that predomitable power, thou, on that white cisely In proportion to our faith will horse, sbult leud us forth conquering eroomsinnn. Why do you supdos aha bo our Intellectual and moral activity. aud t conquer I Bishop of SL An- did thnt?" "Becnuso he wax tho beat man." Busnu K. Blow. drews. LESSON FOR AUGUST 11 10:25-3- n-c:- let 13:1-1- 3:10-1- set op-iw- suf-ferln- e. severe-lookin- r. 0:1-10- ). m well-doin- g Intrusted With Duty of Providing Big Vance lllsley wns neither ncrobnt JUDGMENT IN THINNING FRUIT Gun and Small Arms, With All nor gymnast, but his college training Necessary Equipment. I to Thin So That had taken In thar muscular exercise Common Rule Fruits Will Not Be Nearer To. which makes u man nglle and nimble. In common with other branches of gether Than Four Inches. It was well for Ned Walters, line reUncle Sam's military service tho pairer, that this was so. Just as Ills-le- y division of the wnr department chanced to be passing, the man (Prepared by tho United fitntei DepartIs of Interest nt this time. Tho chief ment of Agriculture.) aloft on the telephone received n of the ordnnnce of the nrmy is shock, uttered n sharp cry nnd fell upon tho crosstrees, apparently InsenMost varieties of peaches, as T chnrged with tho duty of procuring, by purchase or manufacture, nnd distrisible. wen n owier mum, ior wini buting the necessary ordnance nnd ordHe was hanging with his head down matter, under fnvornblo condinnnce storos for tho army and Nannd slipping, slipping, the only obsta-cl- o tions often set much more fruit tional Guard. to n sheer earthward plunge being thnn tho tree enn possibly deOrdnnnco nnd ordnnnco stores Inn loose wire In which the climbing velop to n good degree of perclude cannon nnd artillery vehicles and hook hnd cnught. fection for commcrclnl purposes. equipment; nppnratus nnd machines lllsley sprang nt the pole, pulled The natural tendency of the tree for the service nnd mnncuver of Is to perpetuate Its kind. To himself up nnd, fourteen feet small arms nnd nmmunltlon, grasped the victim of the accithis end, left to Itself, it develand accoutrements. Horse equipops tho Inrgest possible number dent. ments nnd harness for field nrtlllery, One hand of the latter showed n of seeds, with ench seed pos- sesslng tho possibility of a new X and horse equipment for cavalry nnd bad burn, tho body was limp, the eyes other mounted men; tools, machinery closed, the face ghastly pale ; but Waltree. nnd materials for ordnnnce service, ters breathed slowly, painfully. Ho nnd nil property of whntevcr nnture enmo back to sensibility ami lllsley cased him Inch by Inch down the pole. Tho grower's nlm Is for tho tree to (Including speclnlly equipped motor "You got mo In time, didn't you?" produce the lurgest possible amount of trucks, motorcycles, tractors nnd railesfnltercd Walters. "It was a narrow fruit that can attain the highest com- road enrs) supplied to the mllltnry graze. I'm not likely to forgot you mcrclnl stnndnrd. The effort of the tablishment must be provided by the tree nnd tho object desired by the ordnnnco depnrtment. soon." More than 800 students Instnlled on lllsley remained with tho man until grower tend to impose Incompatible ho saw him fully out of danger. At requirements. Tho development of a tho campuses of eight American colleges hnvo been tnklng tho preparathis especial period lllsley wns not great number of .seeds Is n process. This Is opposed to tory courso to fit them for ordnnnce very happy. Ho was n man In love, but something more than that n man tho development of largo fruits. To work In tho enlisted reserve corp3. In love who had confessed tho same meet Ids ends In this respect, the grow- Theso students hnvo been trained to nnd hnd been ruthlessly discouraged. er tins recourse to thinning the fruit. become storekeepers In thnt branch of supply tho new The blow had heen a crushing one. Perhaps no operation in tho pro- tho service which will guns nnd muThese were tho clrcumstunces: Ills-le- y duction of peaches requires keener American urmles with hnd como to Moorvllle to visit an Judgment thnn thinning the fruit. No nitions. In connection with those who have old Invalid uncle, nnd his Intended so- fixed rules for It can be given. A comcomjourn hnd gilded Into a month because mon rule, very generally applicable, Is hnd some training nnd who wish missions ns either enptnins or first he hnd met Hreda Lome. So con- to thin so thnt tho fruits will not be wishes to vinced wns ho that ho had met his nearer together thnn 4 to 0 Inches. llcutcnnnts tho depnrtment chemical fate, so nppnrcntly pleased did Miss Hut the strength of the tree, tho fer- hnve mechanical engineers, In explo-slv- o qualified Lornc appear with his nttentlou, thnt, tility of tho soil, nnd especially the engineers specially chemistry, nnd metnllurglcnl entwo days before his necessary return soil moisture, together with tho slzo also men with special knowlIn the city, n powerful im- of the crop (or, in other words, the gineers; to business edge of tho manufacture of lenther pulse led him to write to her frankly, number of fruits allowed to develop on mnterlnl. In acceptclearly, telling her of the true stnte of the tree), govern very largely tho size goods nnd cloth ing men for these commissions tho dehis mind und nsklng for tho encour- and perfection of tho Individual fruits. partment prefers graduates of n recogObviously, n vigorous tree growing agement ho hoped to receive. Two college or university, and also mornings after thnt lllsley received n under favorable conditions as to mois- nized who hnve had sufficient brief note thnt seemed to seal his fate. ture, plantfood, etc., can develop a prefers those the manufacture or Inexperience In was signed with the Initials "H. L." larger number of fruits to good slzo It vestigation of ordnance mnterlal to and Informed him that his appeal was than can a weak tree, or even the qualify them to take up at once such hopeless, ns the writer was already en- same tree when there Is a marked deIn the ordnnnce depnrtment. ficiency cither In tho supply of mois- duties gaged to nnother. lllsley closed tho chapter of his ono ture or of plantfood. Tho skill of the grower Is shown In life romnnce by striving to forget, which was impossible, and arranged to his ability to adjust the size of the 4. SPARE HOSPITALS AND T get bnck to tho city, where distance crop on Ids trees to the conditions of CHURCHES WHEN THEY nnd occupation might nssungc the deep the season. lie can reduce tho numSHELL "ENEMY" CITIES heart pain he experienced. 'Twice ho ber of fruits on tho trees if tho senson passed Miss Lome on the street. He becomes very dry as it progresses. Uncle Sara's ranrlnes nro busy enemy cities nnd simply bowed, his manner grave nnd Thus tho grower should aim to con- X bombarding tho only buildings left standing constrained. Hredn acknowledged the trol the slzo of the Individual fruits J ns by thinning nnd by tillage nnd pruning. salutation and Hushed, after the terrific Are are While thinning may cost n relatively though expecting he would nddress her churches and hospitals. They are only miniature and then passed on, n certain hurt ex- largo amount per tree, actually more e fruit is produced, as a rule, ; cities, to be sure, nnd the build- pression upon her face. on a tree which benrs only a moderate Ings are not more thnn n foot Both times she "wns with her companion, Corinno Mnyhcw, ;J high. Cities In ralnlnture are used as objectives by marine who wns n visitor from nnother town, ' corps artillerymen In training nnd whom lllsley hod met several ' at Qunntlco, Va., and tho little times nt tho Lome home. lie hnd T buildings In them are plnlnly In- never liked tho young lady, for she had bcled "gun factory," "barracks," certainly set her cap for him, nnd her bold forwardness in this respect had "church." "hospital," etc. Tho led him to evade her. marine gunners arc careful In I) training to nvold hitting bulld-- ? lllsley had said good-bto his uncle Ings mnrked "church" or "hos- nnd had reached tho railway depot X pltal," nnd in practice they show Just nt dusk, three days after his timely services in behalf of Ned Walters, T wonderful marksmanship in rnz- ing buildings adjacent. when, Just ns tho train bound for his destination camo in view, a swift figrTT I ( I ure rushed up to htm and seized his arm. It was Ned himself, and ho was WAR BOOMS DYE INDUSTRY breathless nnd perturbed. "Just In time 1" the lino repairer American Plants Not Only Supply Dopnnted out. "Mr. lllsley, you must mestic Neede, But Sell Large como with mo for nn hour or two." Quantities Abroad. "But I hnvo mudo nil arrangements to tnko this train." Tho American dye Industry has not "You will defer it, I nm sure, when only grown big enough to supply pracI tell you" thnt your future hnpplness tically all domestic needs, but is now and thnt of Miss Breda Lorno depends upon your learning what I know. Don't Peaeh Tree After Its First Year" exporting important quantities to other nntlons, Uncle Sam's bureau of Growth In Orchard. think I am prying Into your affairs, but commerce reports. I owo you my life, nud in my humble crop than on one which Is heavily over-- I Of all the Industries created or decalling I hnvo come to obtain informaloaded, and tho average fruit on the veloped as a direct result of war contion of great value to you." tree "What do you mean?" questioned i gradewith n moderate crop Is of bettei ditions, nono has shown more rapid than tho best fruit In an over- progress than American dyestuffs. lllsley. From only seven establishments In you received loaded tree. "That n certain letter The thinning should be dono after which 528 people were engaged in prowas uever written by Miss Lome, who never read your own ; that n Miss Cor- tho "Juno drop" which usunlly occurs ducing 0,010,720 pounds of coal-ta- r inno Mayhow has heen scheming to from a month to six weeks after the colors, valued ut $1,120,099, In 1014, blossoming period, when the Imperfect-- I tho Industry has developed until now discredit you with Miss Lorno In the ly fertilized and other weakly devcl-- I It not only supplies the domestic deInterests of her brother." oped fruits drop off nnd before tho mand for colors, but has even Invaded inlllsley was astounded, almost pits begin to harden. After tho "June tho foreign market In European neucredulous, until Walters took htm to a drop" is over there is very llttlo drop- tral and allied countries, Canada, Mex- room which had a wlro running Into it ping of tho peaches. Hence practl-- ' ; lco, Argentina, Brazil, British India, to a temporary receiving Instrument. cally all tho fruit which remains then ana Japan. "Listen nt that receiver until thero trees at No other article of commerce rnoro pnsses over' tho wire n messago from will bo on the bo picked harvest time, will have to then, anyway, vitally affects a greater number of inMayhew to her brother, which I It probably Miss It costs dyes, and happen to know will occur within tho pick a portion of considerably less to dustries than do coal-ta- r crop next hour. I hnvo caught many such July nnd drop tho tho on In Juno or very few nrtlcles rival thcin In comfruit tho ground in tho courso of my work during the than to pick It Inter and put It In a plexity of manufacture. At tho outbreak of the war tho difficulties In tho past few days." basket, whero much Twenty mluutes inter lllsley heard to bo handled over of it will hnvo way of soon providing adequato doseveral times In mestic supplies seemed InsurmountMiss Mayhew Inform her brother that grading nnd packing finally able; yet In tho short space of thrco and lllsley had abnndoned tho Held, and lurgo quantities discarded then ns culls be--1 years scores of plants covering many, bethnt her brother must tho next day cause tho fruits are so small. More acres of ground have been erected; gin tho slego of Breda's henrt, that over, the fruit on nn overloaded treo numerous coko ovens hnvo Bredn loved lllsley, but her very hu- will sometimes ripen less uniformly beca equipped to furnish tho necesut his npparcnt neglect than on miliation a treo that has a moderate sary raw materials; thousands of would aroaso her prldo und mako her crop. workmen havo been trained; special pllnblo for a new suitor, As tho development Its pits Is an machinery has been designed, built lllsley did not lenvo tho town thai cxhnustlvo process, thoof limiting of tho night, nor tho next In fnct, not at all. number of fruits tends to conserve tho nnd Installed; hundreds of chemists Ho snw Breda and tho situation wai vitality of tho tree. A largo portion and chemical engineers havo given cleared at tho sacrlflco of her false of the flesh of tho peach Is water; their entire tlmo to tho unfamiliar work connected with color producgirl friend. lllsley settled down Id hence, If tho soil Is well supplied with Moorvlllo and left it only temporarllj molsturo tho development of tho edible tion; experimental research has been a yeW Inter. That occuslon was thcli portion of tho fruit makes a relatively Inaugurated for perfecting processes and machinery and the posslblo dishappy, honeymoon. light demand on tho strength of the covery of new colors; organization, treo. consolidations, and alliances havo been From tho Ancients. effected within the industry to further "Xanthippe on tho wire, sir." Mature Grape Vine Bud. Increase output at decreased cost ; and Socrates looked up from bis proofs. Sixty buds on the inaturo grapo vino It Is understood in the trade thut plana "Tell her," ho 6ald, "that this Is won ts enough. Theso will produce a hun- are under way for entering forelga Monday." New Yort dred buiirhes of grapes. ologueless markets on a large scale. Evening Post. ord-nnny; nccom-pllshc- (Copyright, 1111, Wtiltrn Ntwtpnprr mon i f hnlf-hnlte- " high-grad- con-sla- y ItttTT J I I The Surest Preparation is Training School Papo Eight. THE CITIZEN he completed In n very short time. Mrs. August I, 1018. Hattlo Alumhnugh and Mrs. Wc nro having Huldlo llursl School hegnn at this somo good rains, which arc helping placo tlio Bth iitsU, with Miss Anna tho crops. Mrs. Francos Gabbard Powell in charge; Miss Powell is has heeti ill, hut i hotter at present. nn ellleient teachor, and wo think Miss Iiillle flnbbnrd lias hecu tho school will ho a success Ilov. visiting home folks at this place.- -. Jamos Lunsford preached to a very N eonrponnre pnbllthfd unlr M nenM In full hr th writf r. The nm About all tho farmers nro thru liar-- J attentive congregation nt this placo, n (TiJrnc of irond faith. Write plainly. it not for pubHetllon. but vesting nnd have gone elsewhere Sunday afternoon. Several of this to seek employment for nwliilu. place attended tho Christian Church ton, Ohio. Alford Winkler, who Hlehanl Price jnndo n flying trip MADISON COUNTY or conventional lectcalled to tho colors on May 25. io Camden, Ohio, last Tuesday. Ho ing which convened at Cavo Spring Coyle arc looking fi'iurneti Homo featurday. It was! contemplates moving there Klhorl recently. Coylo, July 2l.-C- rops Lakes anil wife, of Loam, visited at good, but farmers have boon delayed ""'l Hint he was discharged, Wallaceton Phne Hillard's three days of last uilh Uinip wheat Ihrcshlnir on ao- OWSLEY COUNTY cunt of so much rain. Miss Lottie Wallaceton, JUly 20. Plenty of week. S. .1. Wolfe and W. It. lloy-no- ld Boonevlllo nnd overylhing is looking vory spoke at Letter Hox school Mundv. after n live weeks' visit Ilooncville, July 10. A pxxl many with her fatbor and other rolnllvcs, Prosperous in this vicinity. Fred house last Thursday night In tho of the hoys are leaving this week icturncd to her homo at Uorgen. last Anglin had tho misfortune to loso Interest of moonlight schools and 'for Cnmp Taylof. where they will sumlnv Dowcv Powell came in I,ls only milk cow, last Tuesday, by conservation of food. The body of' begin military work. Judge J. K, fmm Ohio whom lie ba been for bloating on clover; also Calo Oulnn Mrs. Ilinda Robinson, or Dayton, Eversole nnd wife, who hnvo been 1'og by running them out Ohio, but formerly of this place, was! in Ilooncvillo for tho past two tho past month. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Iost of Kingston, and Mr. and 1)1 i" corn nciu anil gelling tlicm brought hero for burial last Mon- - weeks, have Just relumed to Jack- Tcrrlll. hoL Miss Artlo Abrams, our uny evening. Mie iinu neen a sui- -; son. i no Mrs. Cunl. of Bergen, spent la't Sun- iwoncvillo Hotel was day with Mr. and Mrs. Willie Earlier, is attending Instituto this ferer for several months. She left1 struck by lightning nnd burned n (inc.) Mundnv A revival began at Viney week. Arthur Kidd has Bono to n mother, husband, seven children, few nights ago. The greatest camp AND Dayton. Ohio, to work for the Gov two sisters anil a brother. Hurinl and lent meeting Fork last Sunday, conducted by the that has ever been Training School for Nurses , i.awam jiallard was look placo in Pen-M- Ie cemetery. Revs. Stephens and Martin. Miss enuiicnu In Owsley County closed Sunday, BEREA, ICY. Jolt Todd is visiting J. A. Todd for married, last week, to Miss Nancy Delbert Hillard and family, of Ok in Ilooncville. The preachers were Up to date Laboratory nnd X Ray Equipment nrasher, of White Lick. Miss laboma, have been visiting relatives Tho Ilevs. A. a while. Rose, It. C. Caudill, Smithio Uotkin is visiting Mrs. Olllo in Jackson County (lie past two and Mrs. II. C. Johnson, of WinSPECIALTIES Blue Lick Bo,ir"' of . Lick. Several of weeks; also their father. David Hil- - chester. Music was conducted by Surgery niuo Lick. July 29. "All sun- Obttetrict nj Gynecoloar Bclrrinln!.i Peonio allended tho M. K. tent lard, of Jesup. tnd. Miss Caudill, of Lexington. Tho DR. B. F. ROBINSON shlno makes tho desert." consc- - 0 DR.M. M. ROBINSON DR. ALSON BAKER h lilsl wePK ,or u,e " crowd was enormous; it was im qucnlly, Dame Nature has been Kerby Knob Visiting hours 1 JO to 4:30 and 7:00 to 8.00 n. m., dally mixing tho sunshine with cool, re- - n gl,t scnes Waller Caldwell, one crops! I0i,3l, l seat tho crowd. Peoplo Kcrby Knob, July orn of !11,r slc,10r. 1,ovs " Hits place. arc much improved since the recent vv,1 wm' n(,vor kown to attend freshing showers in this locality ' operated rains. Aunt Jane Durham, ago clerking in tlio store for his bro-- l durimr this month, thereby fiar- - w,,lws u,ni 1,0 " 75 f 1,urc1' hefore, wero regular in Earnostvlllo nUliino- - l.ntli lionl. nn.l moisture, ita ""on an, ls (,0'"S Well. He is In died July G. She had been ""lance. Miss Hattie Neacc, who tlier, C. B. Rowland. Several peo- -l Earneslvllle, July 29School ho-p- lo Mil Clntitl Kidd has or this place attended the gnn nt Moores tho 22nd with Miss two indispensable essentials for ta,liBM;1 afflicted witli dropsy for several "ns "ccn vismng licr brother, A. t ii . .a nnnrniinr . r f i rifr rti o ii ,i rmntt'T iii -- imiuiiiu liils tn ... rtcace, oi uincinnau, Ohio, has Teachers' Institute nt Boonovillc. i4,K.y lijoknoll as teacher. lames , ...(. iiu r....I in ii kinii.inu, ,ri i'r:iiiiuinrnnrB - ill i niuiiuis. eno was ilaiui to resi. in tne "e"ui"" t'u""" ' old saying "dog Just returned lo her home in Boone last week; also the convention nt McQueen hnd an Ico cream suppor their X, lJLick, .V.building famil' B j(J ville Mr. nnd Mrs. II. C. Campbell Bethlehem, Saturday. The follow- - Saturday evening. Tlio proceeds , advent by raining tho first day, July Mrs j.v. Uob,)S lIiei, a 25; that means rain for forty con- ,"S. aficv nR "l Hobbsro, visiting their home folks. Mr. ing teachers in this vicinity began nrt. i)P gven to tho Red Cross , lot sccutivo days Quito a number iusl)an(. .,., ,nfcnn ,PP,lllwlv! and Mrs. Stewart Moyers nnd Mrs. their schools Monday: Misses Faimlo Last Friday night week, tho stork from this vicinty attended the play Kirksvillo people were picnicking ill on tho following morning, on his 1,1 -- anipiicll. or Turin. Mr. nnd Flannery, at IHI Point; Roba Wll- - visited the homo of Mr. and Mrs. at tne lar Springs yesterday, at way to select r noonevillo. Hams, at Doe Creek; Netlia Doolcy, Sidney Caudell and left a lino boy. a burying ground for Mrs clia?- - Soal- 1,1 is placc night, July 27, "Mrs. Tubb's Docs Both!,mvo ,,eo" visiting their relatives at Bee Branch; Maudo Mclntyre, nt his wife, and died Julv 2S. Mrs. Mallnda Jackson is visiting Her Bit," It was pronounced Chestnut Gap, and Messrs. Alec ,er daughter, Mrs. Klla Mooro, this died aL tho home nf'iim iniiop'a! hi Winchester. JACKSON COUNTY unanimously the best ever staged Dooley, at Meadow Creek nnd Nathan week Scoville brother, Gilbert Hobbs, and wcro lames Moss, of D;w ton. 0.. Sooville, July 25. Messrs. Clay Martin, at Soulli Booncille Mr. S visiting his mother-in-lain Boroa. Fanners arc now "resting laid to rest in the Kcrby Knb Goochland Mrs. on their oars, not literally silting Ooochland. July 21. The farmer? graveyard. N. B. Williams left ton Ilowland and Waller Tirev and Sallie Peters and children .or Taylor Harriett Slnunons. Miss Ida are visiting her parents, ,,ian has returned homo from Cin-M- r. in the shade, watching the corn aro busy cutting their oats and hav lliursday for Hamilton. Ohio, to Clayton and Dillard Bonds left for UTOW, and Mrs. Geo. Martin, and Wo had another good rain roster- - visit his mother, who is ill. Mrs. Dayton, Ohio, Monday, July 22. but .sowing turnips, culti- where alio lias been vlslt-lativ- es vaung loimcco and planning tlic day. Tho crops are looking much Sarah Cales left Monday for Hamil Messrs. Andy and Charley Judd went at this place. Earl Maln-n- g ,t.r sistort jjrs. jfarry Hill. best conditions ror a wheat crop, i better. Tom Paine cot bis hand cut ton. Ohio, acconinanied hv Bertlin1'0 Kll'ps Mills. Ohio, yesterday. ous has accepied n position in tho Tho threshing machine Is In this A larger acreage will bo sown in badly, Monday, in tho saw mill at Powell, who will snend this week, keeping tho n few, Messrs. Robert Bonds and Charley Heidelberg depot. Mrs. Oscar Row-- ! vicinity land, or South Lebanon, 0'iio. is rnrmers busy storing their grain this locality than ever before. this place. Perrv McCoIlum went months at that nlace. Green Hiek, pp,rs are working at Price-T- ho Prof. Marsh, of Berca College, was to McKee. Mondar. on business. away. G. T. Gabbard sold a cow to nell left last week for Annv service. Hov- - T. F. Hale, preached at the Buck visiting relatives at this place. an agrceablo and pleasant guest at Joseph Martin lost two steers by Charles and Ben Durham bavoiCrppk Oraded School house last Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Flannery hav o John Farmer for $85 Charloy Hall the homo of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. their railing into !a hole on bis como back rroni the Armv lo visit 'Sunday morning. Misses Mary received a lelttr rrom their son,1 s very ill nt this writing.-- C. H. Flanery, rrom Sunday till Monday place. James Bralcher nnd Henrv homo folks for a few d.ivs Mnnv 0"nins and Sophia Marcum were Hubert, saying that ho safoly arrived Thomas, or Wlnchcsler, purchased or this week, A fine exposition or Combs camo thru here Tuesday, of this placo attended tho annual 1,10 Z" ot Miss Carrie J. Row-th- e overseas. Mr. am! Mrs. Andy Judd nl)iil tlireo hundred Jhccp rrom Sunday-scho- ol lesson was given buying hoes and sheen. Mrs. meeting at Cave Snrincs last week Ian1 ,ilsl Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. have received a card saying that the rnrmors last week There will at Bluo Lick, Sunday, by Mr. Cithern McCoIlum Rowland and daughter, Bossio their son, Wilson, has safoly arrived i,0 ohurch at Moores next Sunday; isited her Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert Willinnw Goudey, of Borea College. A number daughter, Mrs. Sarah Hurley. Sun- - visited the latter's parents at White1 Ma,, arc vlsitinc: relatives at Hamll- - overseas Mr. nnd Mrs. Hobart Wil- - everybody coihe and hear tho Word or lighted candles wcro usQd to 1- 1- day.-Jo- hn Hammonds is no better. Station last week. .Myrtle and, ton- - - Tne' wi" return homo Frl- - Hams gavo tho young folks n social of God expounded Miss Beltto lustratc tho text, "I am the Light or (Continnta a fits) Hurrah ror the boys in France; Bessie Click, who are at Lcxingtoq, day. Lazarus Rowland has been Saturday night. tho World." A box or candy was wo want them to soon eet the write that they will visit Jiomo! awarded to lhe pupil who guessed Kaiser. folks, August L Ruby Johnson, who this text reversed in prinL Maggio had an operation at the nobirison Parrot Barrett was tho lucky guesser. Parrot, July 8. Crops in this part Hospital, last week, has returned Mrs. Rachel Wilson, or Estill are lookimr nrettv cood: nolntoes homo and is cettincr alomr nicelv. uouniy, is visiting Her father, will ho about half n rron. hut whenl Flojsio C hck carno homo this oven btcpiien Barrett, who is still on tho and oats are cood. Most neonle ing from Berca. where she had been sick list. Arcn Brandenburg, an old I are thru harvesting. Mrs. Oma having dental work done; she was student or Berea College, now a Cunagiu is very sick with mumps, accompanied by Rachel Jones, who i esiueni oi tionua, visited Ills Sis- Thorn was n memorinl meelfmr Will snend the weet with friends tor, Mrs. Ray Mainous, or this sec- - held at tho Cunagih grarc yard. last and relatives at this placc-O- ur OF lion. He was en route to Charles- - Sundnv. conducted hv the Revs, school fe nroCTessimr nicIv with ton, W. Va whero bo has a job oriSnm Johnson. Lnrkin Cornett. hfs Miss Nannio Hatfield as teacher. bricklaying. son nna E, T. an(f Tom Faubush. Foxtown V Panola Adam Prico and son. Willie, left f HUT. Tllll OT 'TIS.. nr. t.. .. l.nAn AT Panola, July 22 Walter Powell Saturday morning for Hamilton, a protracted meeting on Cavaoaugh, and family, of this place, visited Also Mrs. Oscar Wyatt went to join' ie,j i,y the Holiness people, Jt Jack Edwards at .1 Witt, from . S'at- - ( her,1 husband.. Clark .Cunacin ha.'rio,! Sundav with eicl.i nlditinn. . I. .. i : J i i:i ouiuuy. luiuwio r... sum liu miuuk oi buiais iuj r!ti nnt - I uruuy uiini c. a. , inn m- i0 tlioix church; all were baptized Ro- s- son .of Annville. Joo Williams by j0m jj cor't,( 0f Franklin 0. is very ill with rheumatism coo Walton wont to drivo Uie cows bought eight sheep from Phec Hil- - gcliool becan hero Inst Mnndnv wUh .: . i i i. i. j ma. liiursu l ilum, mo ouu uay inisi wee&, uimi i ns wuun, mr n. sum f I Mrs. D. H. Bakor as teacher; also-a- t eighty-nin- o dollars Picas Evans is sand Snrimr with I H nuplmm ran away with him and threw him, nearly killing him; ho is better now. also In this part hunting mutton teacher Wo aro having plenty or Tho mooting at Thomas school Ahijah Johnston, or Oklahoma, was rjn j,cre n0woorn vb looking, very houso is progressing nicely; several visiting- relatives at this place- last weiiBorn to Mr. and Mrs, J. IU Ho was received with o Gabbard, on tho 25th. a fine girl-te- nding oi tho folks or this place aro at- - week. tho meeting Millard Wink- - warm welcome by a host of rela- - jf, Coylo and Levi Powell arc in icr, ana son, w. a. winitier, passeu lives ana menus, ne siayea over Lexington this, week, on business. AT 9-- O'CLOCK A.M. ttiru nere mis weex, Duying caives. nigni mui ins niece, iurs. iwonei Lflla IHiwell, from Ohio, is visitin, rne arougni was urosen on ine jticc. ah oi ner crniuren wcro heir sister, Mrs N. J. Coyle. IN GARRARD COUNTY, FOUR MILES FROM LANCASTER, FALL LICK PIKE 28lh by a good rain in this section, present except Nora Cole, oi Hamil- Sand. Gap. David Shepard, o! this place, and ton, Ohio Tho runeral of Undo Sand Gap, July 20. DESCRIPTION: 136 acres, level, fertile, high state of cultivation, no waste lands The Janksoa Miss Lillie May Cox, of Wagers- - John Seals and wifo wiir bo preached County teachers' institute convened well nnd conveniently fenced, everlasting water. Eight room brick house, two halls, three, ville, wcro married a row days ago. at Letter Box on Sunday or our at McKeo last week, witli Pror. lawrr, large shade trees, fine orchard. An ideal home. Mr. Shepard Is one or tho lead'ng August meeting, which is tlio second Brown, or Dayton, Ky as ils- in porches, beautiful young men ot Panola, and wo wish Saturday and Sunday. It witr bo structor, and all report a great sucthem a long and happy life Miss conducted by Elders Cornett and cess. Mrs. S--. B. Chcismanv wlio. Fannio Benton, or Ola, has been Hacker. lias beep for siuk. for some time, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Bessio Cox, Parrot, July 15 Tlio harvest much better, and able to visit Large stock barns, tobacco barn, cribs, sheds, poultry houses and yards, and all necessary 11 acres in tobacco, balance in grass. for several days Mrs. Mary L. Colo season is about over In this port. among her friends. Died, tho OtU outbuildings. 40 acres in corn, lamily, of this place, were Small grain was very good, but corn imU at tho homo or her and soiv John, among friends on Crooked Creek, is small and tho outlook is for a Aunt Jano Durham. Sho was a rrom Saturday until Sunday. A moderately light crop Mrs. Mablon kind and patient person nod. bore Will hi sold in different tracts, or as a whole and with or without the crops and posses Troight train was wrecked at Panola, Summers and family, or Livingston, her suffering with groat fortitude Will be sold on easy on the 22nd, giving the section hands wcro visiting Mrs. Lcatha Tussoy and hopo until tlio end. She-- is sur- sion at once, or Jan. r, 1919, just to suit the prospective purchaser. near this place, vived by soven. a job for a wholo day and night, as nnd other relatives children and sevorat terms. the cars left tho track Tho wreck last week Lizzio Cunagln has n grandchildren, who havo our proSTOCKi 1 pair of 8 year old mare mules, 1 eight year old horse, 1 four year old driving was cleared with very little damage. vory sore band Elijah Gabbard and found sympathy in their bereavemare, 3 Jersey cows and calves, 2 red cowa and culves, 1 Herford cow and calf, 1 Poll Angus Mrs. Roso Spivey will leave to- children, or Moores Creek, were ment. Slit was preceded to tho bull. day for Mobloy, whero sho will visitors at this placo last Saturday gravo by her husband, Benjamin wagons, plows, 2 two-hors- e visit her aunt, Margaret A. Coffey, and Sunday. Our now school bouse Durham, and two sons, Levi and 1 Avery tractor, with gang FARMING IMPLEMENTS: and then sho will go back lo Hamll- - is going up at last and will probably George Viola, the infant daughtor wheat drill, section harrow, mower and rake, culti-packe- r, cultivators, disc-harro2 riding or Mr. and Mrs. James Johnson, is dheck row planter, 2 buggies and harness, 3 one-hors- e plows, one cultivators, 2 very sick. Dr. Settle Is tho attendmanure spreaders, a lot of chickens, wagon harness, plow gear, and everything used on a ing physician. Last week was A lot of timothy hay, clover hay, and baled straw. "homrHcoming" week nt Mr. and good farm. DINNER SERVED. PRESENTS AND MONEY GIVEN AWAY. Mrs. Henry Cook's. All ot their children wero present except Mrs. This land will certainly sell to the high dollar. A fair, square deal and no buy bidders. Good Light Bread and Biscuit Dora 'Puttie, or Panola, who could When I offer land, the purchaser fixes the price and I always sell, so come and get a bargain can be made from not como on account or the absence still on the increase. ot her husband Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Land values are For futher particulars inquire of Durham visited tho teachers' Instituto and report an enjoyable tlmo. Tho Misses Maggie and Parrio Order a $ack from your Grocer and be Convinced Lee Clemmons are visiting their brothers nnd other relatives at LexTHE REAL ESTATE MAN OF LANCASTER, KY. ington. They wero accompanied by East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else Parrot, .Inly 20. i 'o ROBINSON HOSPITAL ' a I"t 28.-C- rs, I a i a I 1 . days-usher- ed ,7 'Tvf'Xmr 'u"; j ( , w, Bow-Coun- ty, j Land, Stock, Crop AND FARM IMPLEMENTS HAGARD KING T PUBLIC AUCTION Thursday, Aug. 15, 1918 To See This Farm is to Want to Own It - j - A TRACTOR FARM 40-Oliv- er Save Wheat for Our Soldiers POTTS RYE FLOUR SWINEBROAD