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Citizen (Berea, Ky.): August 15, 1918 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1918 cit1918081501_sn85052076 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Citizen (Berea, Ky.): August 15, 1918 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1918 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. PRESIDENT'S BEREA , HEREA COLLEGE HEREA KY i:i)MP OFFICE v Knowlcdgo Is Powor and tho way lo keep up wllh modorn Knowledge Is to read a good Newspaper. PUBLISHING at C6. treottft (INCORPORATED) f WM. C. FROST, AV. Kntrrtd at tkt llatloflrt at Itrrta. cliin$ mntUmnttrr Devoted, to tlae Interests of the Five Cents Per Copy. The Citizen 3Co-u.ntgLirL Fecrplo Per Year. Vol. XX. BEREA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, AUGUST 15, 1918. Ono Dollar and Fifty Cents No. 7. Are You A Parent? of Your Friends in Berea U. S. News MONTDIDIER IS We will not ask whether you are proud and fond You are! You are living forour children, and it is an interesting, absorbing, anxious life. The babies must toe guarded from sicKiicsa, and the toddlers and striplings taught to work and sent to school. And you sometimes think of the property you can leave them when your life is over. The best and biggest you give them will not be property. You give them an honorable name, you give them the habits of industry and the principles of honesty and fair play and interest in community welfare, and loyalty to our country, And you hope to give them a share and a place in "The Kingdom of Heaven." Between 15 and 25 are the most important years. These are the restless years when temptations are strong. Hut so are all good impulses strong between 15 and 25 and these are the years in which they learn easily and generally settle the question of whether they will be "good average folks," or whether they will turn out below the average or above the average. To help parents through this crucial time a good school is needed. We mean a school away from home, where the young person has a little adventure, meets new people, and gives his main attention to learning and your childrenl Berea tries to be such a school, with these special 1. It is really a group of schools, varied so as to have attractions for many who never thought they wanted to go of! to school. See the list of departments on another page "Six Doors" Something good for every comer! 2. It is first class every teacher a picked person, plenty of library books, scientific apparatus the assurance that progress will be sound and rapid. If you go away to school you want the best. 3. Best provision for the students oulside the classroom. Good rooms, good board, good play grounds, care of nurse and doctor if sick. .. Within your reach. The instruction is a free gift, and all the expenses made as low as possible. A chance to earn something while attending school. School begins September 11. Write Secretary Vaughn and engage a room. "points": Every new student, when ho nr- - Military training will be a part of Gen Halo, at Camp Sherman, has rives In Herca for tho first lime, our curriculum. Special ability ordered that new draftees must bo nlong certain professional lines ushered into,nrmy lifo by degrees. wllljm wonderfully surprised. If 'this Is your first tlino to goj must be delected and brol out and Ho holds that tho new men should nwny from home to school, you will trained for the service of our na- bo given modorato drills and exertion. A number of new professors cises nnd caro should bo taken lo linve a tendency to feel lost and un duly Juried about hy Iho largo have been added lo Iho Collcgo De- prevent undue fatigue. crowd. Our great collcgo buildings partment, who will givo their wiswill look cold and friendless. You dom and experience lo President Congress, with its legislative will wonder what so many buildings Frnl and Herca College in carrying program Jammed with revenuo, draft are for and why so many students out this new Collcgo program. Other nnd water power and other impornro rushing hero and there, and students, as well as Collcgo stu- tant bills, will not adjourn unlit what It all means; hut when you dents, ought lo call upon the Presi- just beforo tho November election, havo been directed from ono offlco dent beforo they leave ,Jlcrca. Ho according lo a prediction by Speakto another, and met tho friend desires very much to havo n per- er Clark, after ho had surveyed the whose faces appear on the pages ofi sonal Interview with each ono of situation. this Citizen, they will explain to you them, to learn his name, his post what it nil means. They will tell olllee, how he heard of Berea, and Tho wanton destruction by a Geryou that It is a part of education, his ambitions in life. It will bo man submarino of the Diamond of system, of regularity, that is worth much lo every student In Shoals lightship No 71, off Capo necessary lo do for accomplishing Herea In future year3 lo refer to Haltaras, is taken by naval officials great things in tho world. Then the personal interview which ho lo mean that nothing will bo spared Iho buildings will ybegin to look had with President Frost. His offlco in tho determination of tho Huns more comfortablo; is in Hooni 0, second floor of Lin- - to cripple American commerce. more home-lik- e, tlp?lr bigness will begin to fade and coin Hall. Navy officials, however, see no you will begin to grow to fit them. Treasurer Osborne, who has been reason for alarm, as tho lightship If you havo como from somo on the Herea Faculty longer than will bo repaired Immediately. other school to Herca, your won- nny other man, is one of tho first derment will bo of a different kind. men you will meet upon entering Had anyone said ten years ago,, You will begin to comparo our school. Do nnt forget In shako that tho United Stales would at any buildings with threo you have seen hands with Mr. Osborne and tell time in tho future, arm 5,000,000 nt other places. You will begin to him you are here lo stay. Also tell men, ho would have been put down wonder if our way of doing things him thai you wish him lo keep your as a lunatic, but thcro is neither is the way you have been used lo. surplus money that you havo surpriso nor protest as a result of, You will think that it takes you a brought with you. Mr. Qsborno is the "18 to 45" draft bill, which now longer time to get into Herca than I a Christian gentleman, who likes ' is submitted to Congress with the approval of tho Administration, and ' with tho purposo of creating as soon as possiblo an army of 5,000- ,ooo. TAKEN BY FOCH: FOE JNJLIGHT Allies Sweep Forward Along Entire Picardy Line, Taking Many Towns. 24,000 PRISONERS TAKEN Capture of Faverolle by French Cuti Retreat From Off Von Hutler' Montdldler Take Big Part American Troops In Offensive. i H Director General McAdoo re- rently ordered that additional coaches bo alached to the trains, or second sectlorfs bo operated. Tho order followed a recent trip of Mr. McAdoo over the Ch'csapcako and Ohio railroad, from Cincinnati lo Hot Springs, Va., during which ho had an opportunity to notice tho, crowded conditions of tho train. wllh many passengers unablo to secure scats. Are You Between 15 and 25? These are the important years of your life! During these years you will settle the question of whether you will be "good average folks," or whether you will drop below the average, or mount above the average! Or without comparing yourself with others you will decide whether you will be as much of a person as God intended or whether you will be something lessl Get all you can out of your parents. It is for you to profit by their experience and advice. They love you better than anybody else ever will. And get all you you can from the example of neighbors, the wisdom of the preacher, and the instructions of the school teacher. But besides all this you want tc spend some time away from home at a good school. People who wanted to help the young folks and to build up the nation have founded Berea which invites you to make it your second home. i. Berea is really six schools, among which you can take your pick according to your talents, needs and life plans. 2. Each of these schools, College, Academy, Normal, Vocational, Foundation, is the best of its kind, drawing students from all parts of the country, and so well equipped with good teachers, libraries, scientific appara- tus, etc., that your progress will be sound and rapid. 3. You will have a good time in Berea. You will meet the best young folks from a dozen states. You will enjoy the play and the play grounds, the walking parties, the literary society, the free moving picture shows and entertainments, and the work squads in garden, shop and laundry! 4. You can get to Berea. The instruction is offered you as a free gift. So is the use of Boarding Hall and rooms you only pay enough for running expenses. And great skill and pains have been used to make the expenses very low. Study on this matter. Plenty of people now wish they had gone to school when they had the chance. Don't miss your chance! Tho Wilbur Wright, Field at Dayton, Ohioton, Ohio, is no longer a school for training cadet flyers for overseas airplano service. Henceforth, it will bo known as an armor(Contlnued on Pago Three) ers' school where students will bo taught tho methods of using machine enns in nr.f inn nirninsf. tho Germans. In flm tnnt Mini flm nnvnrnmfinl line J V. IU IUU lfll't bill.. HV ..iv u to the fact that thcGovcrnment has Tho Gladys M. Hollett, a British found tho field to bo impractical, owing to tho comparatively small schooner, loaded with Ash for New number of days on which flying York, was looted and sunk by a German submarino off tho coast of could bo done. Canada. Tho crow took to boats and wcro rescued. With the British Army In France, Aug. 12. In their ndvnncc the British have captured Wnrvlllcrs. Vrely, Pol-leHosiers nnd Vnuvlllcrs. The enemy seems io he retrentlng nil along the battle line, especially In the center, where he Is being henvlly attacked hy tho British. Chlpllly spur, north of the Komme, wns raptured hy the American nnd British troops. The nttnek began nt five o'clock when the nllles between tho Ancre nnd the Somme. They were supported hy tiinks anil were preceded hy n heavy bnrrngo fire. The enemy was driven townnl Bray, northeast of Chlpllly. British tanks have been seen weJJ, Streams to tlie east pt Mehnrlcourt of German transports nfe still going eastward. Two New German divisions have been engaged hy the ndvanclng nllles. Information received from prisoners Indicates that the fighting may soon become heavier. " Hun Retreat Cut Off. Von Itutler's retrent Tarts, Aug. 12. from Montdldler wns cut off when the French captured Fnverolles. The German position nlong the Montdldler-Boy- e rond Is precarious. At noon the French line ran from Fnverolles. l'ren-neItessons-Sur-Mat- z Cuvllly. Bollot, This line puts nnd Vlgremont. Montdldler behind the French line. The towns captured In the new I'lc-ardrive Include the following: Mehnrl-cour- t, Mnrlnncourt, Montdldler, Bouchalr, I.lhons. Bnlnescourt, I'royost, I.o Tronnuoy, I.e Freytoy, Dovcnscourt. Cuvllly. JVIgnemont,. Vrely, Fol- a, moved-for-wnrs, dy World News Two Reasons for Education One reason is that it helps you to earn a good living. The prosperous farmer is the man who knows things, some things he learns from his father, some from the County Demonstrator. But he will have a great reward by spending a few terms in Berea School of Agriculture. So of the teacher. It is one thing to just get a certificate, and quite another thing to understand the art of teaching so that all the best districts wilKwant you, as they want the graduates pf Berea Normal School. So of the office worker. Just now hundreds of young people are doing good and earning big money because g they have learned or stenography in Berea Commercial School. So of the music teacher. Many a young lady is doing good and earning money because she has been In the Berea School of Music. So of the business man, the professional man, the killed mechanic. They are all made by going to school. (ConUaued on Ftp Eight) book-keepin- . Tho latest development of German Robert Winkler, the first propaganda Is the story that our as I.ouisvillo boy to bo decorated for colored troops aro being used cannon fodder. Any patriotio Amerwas killed in Franco, July j bravory, Wm. Goodell Frost t ican will bo very suro of tho faot '20. : beforo repeating such a story. It and a? bn A parcel post roulo by motor is about as ridiculous founded as tho statement that truck has been established between great quantities of chicken were Indianapolis and Louisville. being thrown away at ono of our Two new cases of smallpox havo camps, because there wasn't enough developed in tho vicinity of May- -j to go around. king1. County Jiealth officers will Heavy Increased hi (Hp present i make art effort to check tho disease. war tax on tobacco, cigars and cigarettes, wero agreed to on Aug Negroes pf Kenust second, by tho Houso Ways and . , raff tucky at a mecti'flff with tho Council Means Committeo as a part of tho of Defense in tho Board of Trado $8,000,000 revenuo bill. Tho tax Imbuilding yesterday ejected an orposes threo times tho existing rates ganization for war worfc. and it is expected that by this means, S3 10,000,000 will bo raised. Tho threo masked highwaymen who robbed tho South Sida Stato Tho railroad administration Is Hank at Indianapolis, on August 8th, considering tho abolishment of tho and escaped with approximately sale of liquor on all railroad prop$10,000 nro believed lo havo come erty, including dining cars and from Louisville. hotels or restaurants maintained at tho stations. Every member of the advanced Francis 0. Clark Thomas J. Osborne class of tho officers' training school CONTENTS some other schools that you young peoplo and always has a at Camp Zachary Taylor now has into good counsel and encouragevisltod the big artillery range in PAGE 1. Editorials. Your Friends know, but when you havo gotten in word of Hardin County. Tho 2d BattalionJ and havo become acquainted with ment for them. in Borea, With Portraits. Students who aro interested In has just returned from an inspec our orderly system, our wonderful World News. labor plan nnd tho opportunities teaching want to becomo acquainted tion of tho artillery camp. PAGE 2. Illustrated Pago of Col-lethat are open for young men and with Dr. MMllislor, J)ccauso his Buildings. Military Trainwomen to get an education, you profession is making teachers out of Negllgenco on the part of tho ing In Berea This Year. grow. Your ideas of education folks who aro not tqachers and who railroad to givo proper protection will will bo changed. You will seo that want to be. His offlco Is on tho at a sharp turn of tho roadatO'Ban-no- n. PAGE 3. Serial Story. Letters from Formor Boreans. Harry Lauder Herca is doing things in a now and second floor of tho Main Chapel Afleen miles from Loulsvlllo, In Polilios. ' Tliero you will And him caused tho deaths of W. C. Mossbar-g- er an1 unusual way. You will tell your Huilding. room malo how thankful you aro dally, ready to counsol you on ovory and his daughter, Vonnie, and PAGE 4. Locals and Church News. that you got in touch with tho Col-le- point of tho teaohing proposition. tho serious injury of Mi83 Rebocca PAGE 8. Your Friends in Berea, Professor Clark, Dean of tho Vo- Mossbarger. Tho only way ono can nnd flnally camo. Continued. President Frost, whoso plcluro you cational Schools, has a mullitudo bo suro of safety in crossing tho Ho is a specialist in track at this point Is to alight from PAGE 6. Farm and Homo Departsoo in Iho center of this group, is of interests. ments. Cincinnati Markets. a man you want to meet beforo you Agriculture, but ho also knows how tho car and look up and down tho, leavo Herea. Ho will givo special to toll you what you aro fitted for (rack. PAGE 7. S. S. Losson. A Trip to attention to tho Collcgo students nnd what courses you ought to take, Northfleld Biblo Conference. you aro entering tho this fall, because of tho great needs especially if When a call for volunlcors for imOur Food Fod tho Allies Fatal of tho nation that collcgo mon and Vocational Schools. Ho will look mediate servico overseas was'Issued Auto Crash. women aro called upon to moot. at your Angers and toll whether you PAGE 8. Eastern Kentucky News. m Ft ft me) on Pig (eiatlaatd (Continued tin) , Kentucky News Corp. r fiK. nV STr I go go Big Rally of Bright Young Folks, Berea. September 11th Page Two. TUB CITIL'N August 15, 10ia MILITARY TRAINING AT BEREA THIS YEAR THE MBRAKY Gift of Andrew Carnegie now contain! over thirty three thouund books with periodicals, reference works, seminar rooms, and all best facilities for scholarly work. Seating 140a T1IK CHAPl'I, persons in the main auditorium and contalnin an upper ( hae four, ass rooms and all modern contenieaces built by the students "ENLIST AND GO TO COLLEGE" The United Stales Government is recognizing the importanco of keeping up the student life of our country, becauso of the- needs for special training during this war and immediately following the war. Our country desires to profit by the sad experience of our Allies. When the war in Europe began, the call went out from our allied countries for their patriotic young men to enlist. Nearly all of the young men of the universities and colleges hastened to enlist, and as a result, some of the most promising students of England able-bodied mont, under llio authority of tho Secretary of War, to encourage young men who arc prepared to enter or continue at the standard colleges of the country, to pursue their college studios, and at tho sainn time, to be given military training that will fit them for the service of their flag in tho most flllcicnt way. Derea College will cooperate in every possible way, with the War Department in carrying out this plan, the purpose of which is to provide for the very important needs if the Army for highly trained men nig the period of their college training, multiply manifold their value to the country. If tho need arises for the service of these men on the lighting line, the terms of their enlistment arc such that they can be milled by the President on a day's notice, but it will bo the policy of the Government to keep .them in training until their draft ago is reached. Every young man who "Enlists and Goes to College" will be a member of the Students' Army Training Corps of the United States Army. He will receive a uniform and be him to discover tho special lino of military scrvico for which he has the greatest capacity and preference. Later in his course, he will havo an opportunity to spcialiio in a branch of training designed to fit him to become an officer of tho field artillery, medical or engineering officer, or an expert in somo technical or scientific service, and so on. When tho student reaches the ago ho must register of twenty-on- e with his local board, but he will remain in college until ho is called under tho selective servico law. At that time, it will bo decided I camp, will be paid, and ho will bo un active duty, under pay, and subsistence by tho War Department. Ilerca lias offered somo military training in tho past, but next year this opportunity will bo distinctly enlarged. Tho War Department will provide an ofllcor who will instruct men of tho College Department and men of other departments may havo military drilling, which will bo a decided advantago to them if Uicy aro called into scrvico later. Last Spring, Secretary IJakcr said: 'This new policy aims to accompobject. First, to de- lish a two-fol- d wjtli a doslro to go to Franco beforo ho is called, should tako n sano view of this war problem. In tho first plnre, he should show his willingness to sacrillco his life to tho nation and to tho causo of humanity, by holding himsolf in readiness to do what his go eminent calls upon ti 111 to do; in tho second placo, ho must view this war as a question that will some day bo settled, and when it is settled, ho should bo ablo Id do his part in tho great reconstruction. It will bo too lato to get ready to meot the emergencies after the war. if tho period of training 1 THK NI W HOSriTAL Fully equipped throughout with all modern conveniences- - wards for men and for women prhate rooms. sun.parlor electric service baths, INDUSTRIAL nv IU INO Contains the Agricultural and Wc! tics' le lure rooms the Cabinet the Hrsehand and Architectural Drawing and In the th rd story a men's dormit iry and France were killed during tho Their schools becamn depleted, becauso students aro always progressive, patriotic and sacrificing. Both England and Franco havo seen the mistako of drawing out all the young men of military ago for military purposes only. Great efforts aro being mado now, to rcvivo tho schools and put young men inlo training for scnoiastic leadership, as well Tis military. A comprehensive plan has been worked out by tho War Depart--) ilrst year. as olllcers, engineers, chemists, doctors and administrators. Tho importance of the need cannot bo too strongly emphasized. It is a plan to mobilize and develop the brain power of the young men of tho country, for those services which demand special training, and to make that power available in tho war and in tho peace which will follow. Its object is to prevent a premature enlistment for active service, of those men who could, by extend- - given military drilling under an officer detailed from tho War DepartDuring tho time of his ment. cmlrse, he will receive ten hours of military instruction a week, six of which will be drill rifle practice, training, and and other out-dofour of which will bo academic work, for which military credit is given, such as, mathematics, English, foreign languages, history, science, etc. Ho will bo carfutly laled, both by collego authorities and military officers, who will help or ho will remain in college velop as a great military asset, tho dues not begin now. Our Governto complete his course, and tho large body of young men in tho ment realizes this and most of our decision will depend upon the needs collegos; and, second, to prevent people realize iL If wo aro to bo prepared for this of the scrvico and upon his achieve- unnecessary and wasteful depletion ments in his military work, and in of tho colleges thru tho indiscrimemergenoy, tho Government, tho whether his studies as determined by the military officer of tho college, and by tho collego authorities. During the summer, each member of tho Students' Army Training Corps will havo an opportunity to attend a summer camp for inHis military training. tensive traveling expenses, to and from inate volunteering, by offering to the students a definite and immediate Thoso stumilitary status. dents who do not graduate tli Is spring should bo urged to conlinuo their education and tako advantage of this opportunity to servo tho nation." Tho young man, who is burning colleges nnd all our nation must cooperate ij tho matter of scholastic-anmilitary training right now. Chatty Walter (to customer who Id crowing Etotitijr) "I am mire, Kir, that your ntuy down here Is tloltig you good; you're twice the gca well-know- n How He Had Benefited. tlt'iiinn you were when you came." C 'JAMCJ HALL'-acadc- raeWGCTCf.ASQIITtCTl wvoti; giru doraitory dcrjta college ' 1 1 . ' - . t:- - 1 1 1 tffok. S9 as M -.- ' TUTS"S. -. 1M f k ! -T lifi BP r-- r , M2i ( CAM W ad Ail MV lUHlaBSfflK ItM S) fit IIUlllB'iWM 5Jv tlly AIfMtfl w. f..,jtgotw-rtn'rf- ' y fc-.- JAMKS MAI.t, V New Women Dormitory now being computed. KHNTIXKY AM) TAWOTT JIAU-Krw llbintf for KounUMtion anil Vocation! Girls To Beat the Germans Now and Later We Must Have Education August 15, 1018. In tho TUB CITIZEN natural history of bugs, lice, rots and every kind of pest that has ever been Invented. It Is funny to see somo of tho new comers when they first discover a cootie on them. Somo of them cry. If they really knew what It was going to bo like they would do worse than that, maybe. Then they ntnrt hunting all over each other, Just llko monkeys. They team up for this purpose, nnd many times It In In this way that n couple of men get to bo trencli partners nnd como to bo pals for life which may not be n long time nt thnt. In the front-lintrenches It Is more comfortahlo to fall asleep on the parapet than In tho dugouts, because the cooties nro thicker down below, and they simply will not give you a minute's rest. They certainly are nctlvo little pests. Wo used to mnkc bnck scratchers out of certain weapons that had flcxlblo bandies, but never bad tlmo to uso them when we needed them most. We were given bottles of a liquid which smelled llko lysol nnd were supposed to soak our clothes In It It was thought that the cooties would object to tho smell and quit work. Well, a cootlo that could stand our clothes without the dope on them would not bo bothered by a little thing like this Also, our clothes got so sour stufT. and horrible smelling that they hurt our noses worse than the cooties. They certainly were game little devils, and came right bnck nt us. So most of the pollus threw the dopo at Frit and fought the cooties hand to hand. (To bo Continued) o fire-step- 1 Page Three Kncmy cotinter-ntlnrJiIn the Mnr SERGEANT T. L, PARKER WRITES lancourt sector, which followed the Saumur Artillery School, Franco, on success were benteti In Intensive fighting. The I'lcnrdy Imttle Is spreading to the south of Arms, the I'nll Mall says this afternoon. Heavy fighting occurred thH morning In the Imttle nren, with the nllles mnklng satisfactory progress nnd tnklng large numbers of julsoners. Fllnht Seen. The opinion In London was that the enemy could not now possibly hold nny sort of n line until he renched the Sotnme nnd Mio count from Neslo to Noyon, Thnt would mnke n maximum retreat of twenty miles. Itoughly speaking, the allied advnnce In two dnys on a front of twenty tnllo. has been thirteen miles. On the British front splendid prog-res- s Is being made and the nveroge thirteen-milprogress forward was nn Infnntry ndvnnce, with the cnvalry, tanks nnd nrnmred cars well nhend of the Infnntry nnd pressing the retreating enemy. e e SINKS NINE FISHIaG Drum A Albert KDepeWr R July 10, 1018. My Dear President Frost: Just recoived n letter from my slslcp and with it your letter and n schooners ANJn CHIPP PPTXvoRcfJcii'-trKfAw- v MEMBER. OF THE FOREIGN LEGION OF FRANCE wriMHN ouiN UKKcT. FRENCH BATTLESHIP CASSAM)' -- CrT WINNER OF THE CROIX DP r.UFRRP I 8YNOPSIS. N. Depew, nuthor CltAITKIt ot tha "lory, rnllata In Ihn UnUfxl Hliitea Imvr, aervlnr four yeara and atlalnliiK a tha rank of chief petty officer, gunner. nral-cla- CIIA1TKII Krr.it war atarta soon after ha la honuraliljr UlacharKed from tha navy and ha aalla fur Franca with a doivrmlnallon to enllat. 11-- Thn CHAPTER IV. On the Firing Line. When I reported on the Cnssard after my fourteen days' lenvc, I was dotatled with b detachment of the legion to go to thn Flanders front. I changed Into the regular uniform of tho legion, which U about like that of tho Infantry, with tho regimental badge a grenade. Wo traveled from Brest by roll, In third-clacam, pnsslng through La Havre and St I'ol, and finally arriving nt Morgues. From Morgues wo rnndo o tho trip to Dlxmude by truck a of about twenty miles. Wo carried no ration with us, but at certain places along the linn tire train stopped, ftnd wo got out to eat our meals. At ovcry railroad station they havo booths or counters, and French girls work day and night feeding tho I'ol us. It was n wonderful sight to eo these girls, and It mndo you feel good to think you were going to fight for them. It was not only what they did, but tho way they did It, and It Is at things llko this that the French beat the world. They could tell Just what kind of treatment cuch I'ollu needed, and they saw to It that he got It. They took special pains with the men of tho legion, because, as they say, wo are "strangers," and that means, "tho best wo have Is yours" to the French. Theso French women, young and old, could be a mother and n sweetheart and a lister all at the panic tlmo to any hairy In the legion, and do It Old (a a way that made him feel like a little boy at the tlmo and a rich church member afterwards. Tho only thins floven-llnmcd n 1 "I Got Wan From Each of Thlm Fl-las- ." J n guide for a long tiHe, 'because without one you are apt to walk through nn embrasure In a Ore trench and right out Into tho open, between tho Oermnn front line and your own. Which Is hardly worth while I If any part of tho line Is under fire, tho guide at tho head of the line Is on the lookout for shells, and when ho bears one coming he gives the signal and you drvp to the ground and wait until It bursts. Tou never get nil the time you want, but at that you have plenty of time to think about things whlla you are lying there with your face In the mud, waiting to hear tho When you sound of tho explosion. heur It, you know you have got at least one more to dodge. If you do not hear It well, most likely you ore worrying more about tuning your thousand-strin- g harp than anthing else. In the communication trench you save to keep your distance from the aian ahead of you. This Is dono so that you will have plenty of room to fall down In, and because If a shell ihould find the trench, thcro would be fewer casualties In an open formation than In a closed. Tho German artilon communication lery Is keen trenches, and whenever they spot one they stay with It a long tlmo. Most )f them are camouflaged along Uio top ind Hides, bo that enemy aviators can-l- There Is another thing about tho French women that I havo noticed, and that la this: There are pretty girls In very country under the sun, but the plain girls In France are prettier than the plain ones In other countries. They might not show It In photographs, but In nctlon there Is something about them that you cannot explain. I havo see anything but the earth or never seen an ugly French girl who pushes, when they throw an eye down was not easy to look at. n our lines. Wo Anally got to Olxmudo, after We took over our section of the having spent about eighteen hours on the way. On our arrival one company front line trenchw from a French line was sent to the reserve trendies and regiment that had been on the Job for my company went to the front lino 14 dnya. That was tho longest tlmo trench. We were not placed In train- I have heard of any troops remaining ing camps, becuuso most of us hud in the firing tine. Conditions at the front and ways of been under fire before. I never had, but that was not supposed to mako lghtlng are changing all the time, as any difference. They say If you can rach aide Invents new methods of stand the legion you can stand any- kutcherlng, bo when I try to describe lie Dlxmude trenches, you must realthing. Before we entered the communica- ize that It Is probnbly Just history by tion trench, we wero drawn up along- now. If they are still using trenches side of a crossroad for a rest, and to there they probably look entirely difreceive certain accoutrements. Pretty ferent Boon we saw a bunch of lloches comHut when I was at Dlxmudo they ing along the road, without their guns, were something like this: few ot them being slightly wounded. a Ilehtnd tho series of front-linSome of them looked scored and oth- trenches are the reserve trenches; Id ers happy, but they all seemed tired. this ense five to seven miles away, and Then we beard some Blnglng, and pret- still fnrther bnck are tho billets. Theso ty hooii we could see an Irish corporal may be houses or burns or ruined stepping along behind the Huns, with churches any place that can possibly his rifle slung over his back, and bo used for quartering troops when every onco In a while he would shut-fl- o off duty. a bit and then sing some more. He Troops were usually In tho front-lin- o bad a grin on him that pushed his trenches six to eight days, and ears back. fourteen to sixteen days lu the reserve The Itrltlsh noncom who was trenches. Then buck to tho billets for as our guide sang out: "What sir or eight days. kind of tlmo oro you having, rati" We wero not allowed to chango our saluted with ono clothing In tho front-linTho Irlshmun trenches dug the other Into his pocket not even to remove socks, unless for hand, enough watches to Inspection. und pulled out Nor would they let you mako you think you were In a pawn as much ns unbutton your shirt, unless shop. "Oh, o foln tolm I'm havlu" there was an Inspection of Identificahe suys. "I got wnn from each of thlm tion disks. Wo wore u disk ut the fellas." We counted fourteen prison- wrist and another around the neck. ers In tho bunch. Tat sure thought ho You know the gag nbout the disks, of was rolling in wealth. course: If your urm Is blown oft they After we wero rested up we wero can tell who you nre by tho neck disk ; Issued rifles, shrapnel helmets and If your head Is blown off, they do not belts, and then started down tho com- care who you ure. In tho reserve trenches you can munication trench. Thcso trenches are entrances to tho fighting trenches make yourself rooro comfortable, but and run at varying ungles and vary- you cannot go to such extreme lengths ing distances uport. They are of luxury as changing your clothes enwide enough to hold more than tirely. That Is for billets, where you one man, so you havo to march single epend moat of your time bathing, fllo In thorn. They wind In and out, changing clothes, sleeping and eating. according to the lay of the land, sorao Believe me, a billet Is great stuff; It purts of them being more dangerous Is likoa sort of temporary heaven. than others. When you come to a Of Course you know what the word dangerous spot you have to crawl "cooties" means. Let us hopo you sometimes. will never ktiow what tho cooties There are so many cross trenches themselves mean. When you get In and blind alleys, thaj youlbave to Uaxe or uear the trenches, jrpu take a course e do-tailo sol-do- m wo did not like about this trip was) that there wero not enough stations along that line. There Is n tip that the French engineers wilt not take, I am afraid. Commencement program. I am OFF GEORGE'S BANKS, REPORTS not going to try to tell you how A UNITED STATES NAVAL much I apprcciato tho word of SCOUT DO AT. a. cliccr and encouragement from I often wonder if it is possi-hl- o UiaA Heron Hunks of mo as The Scout Boat Picked Up Word of tha Raid From the Auxiliary Fishing often as I think of her. I love Schooner Helen Murley, which Had Berea, ami not a night passes but a Rescued Four Survivors and Wat prayer passes my lips for tho old Taking Them to Port. rastilution, faculty, students, and tern Newapaper Union New Service. all that they stand for. Ashing Mass. Nino Nantucket, How I would havo enjoyed visit Oeorgo s ing for Commencement. You must schooners were sunk oft l Hanks by a Herman submarine, a have had n glorious timo. When scout boat Just reported. The I read the names of tho graduates, scout boat picked up word ot tho raid nnd sec so many whom I havo had from the auxiliary fishing schoonet in my classes, I wonder how many of Helen Murley, which had rescued four them I havo over really touched per survivors and was taking them to port, sonally. Somo of them I like to think tieorgo's Hanks aro CO miles off this Island. The first reports of tho atI Iiavi' helped, if not in the Chris tnek on the fishing llect did not menHARRY LAUDER IN POLITICS tlan life, at least to n start for an tion what means the submarine took education. And so I say, "May God to sink the defenseless craft The ., .. t III I t narry l.auucr, racoiusii comedian, l)Icgs gni(o ncrca." raid Is the first In theso waters since minsirei aim pamoi, announces uw A,ollt mo lllcro ig lltlIo to say tho tug Perth Amhoy and four barges ho will bo n candidate for election V()ll wjI gnc ,,y Ul0 ll0a(ling tial wero shelled by a off Nauset to the British Parliament at tho , nm in the Saumur Artillery School, lleach, Capo Cod, July 21. On tho next day tho Mailing schooner Robert and next general election. And his pur- - Tlis ,a jo contiminton of the is plain when he adds that lie ,u.er9. Training SclooI ltl Ul0 Slatc3. Richard was destroyed by an underwater boat off tho southeastern coast win nm againsi namsay mcuoimiu ,)ul ,,oro Ul ncarnogg to lno acluai of Maine. There was a lull until Au belonging fronl Inakcs ug morc inicrcstcd, and gust 2, or Philip Snowden, both when Canadian waters wero to wiim is Known as tno "ni-'S"so wo are doing very Intensive train Invaded. In three days at least eight Socialist-Lab"pacifist" group. ,g. nnd wo aro a liappy for n. sailing vessels and one tank steamer, , nm working on lho 155 mm tho Luzblanca, were attacked. Ait wno navo ncarti iauucr spcaK on uio war Know uio intensity wim 10wilzcrg. Tho 155.g arc sort of no opposes tnoso who ravor snppi0mcnts for tho famous French Energies Centered on Winning War. MONTDIDIER IS TAKEN BY FOCH; which New York. After traveling more any end lo the struggle short of a "Snxiniiln-niiln- ." Iiefnm vnn re- - than 20,000 miles and delivering 119 FOE IN FLIGHT knock-o- ut victory by tho Allies and cpivo lhis , ,lope lo ,)0 commissioncd addresses In every part ot tho United (Continued From rage One) rieiines nnu America. Having lost his only son on sp(.nrui iim,nnnnt. We have looked States, Sir George Adam Smith, tho lers, Roslerc tho west front, ho has entered up- - for jt so long now- - Sllrcl. thcy Scottish clergyman, who has been Hollot. jj making a speaking tour of the counon mo worii oi arousing auu In Fight. Americans eomo soon. x noC(1 wrilo nollling Washington. Aug. 12. The British laming uio spirit or iiio Ainca pco- -j nboul Ul0 try under the auspices of tho National Committee on the Churches and tho uiw air ofllce olllclnl silitemem im first pics with tiiis one end in view that rnllnir.. Yon havo seen II. If l Moral Alms of the War, reported to III Plainly revenls for the civilian pressing bo prevented from tru,y a gorioU3 amii )Xil it isn't drive Bureau of Information of the Brit time the fact that American troops nre demanding a premature peace. In ,Jke ..lomc." The other day wo got the ish War Mission that tho American tnklng part In this smnxlilng mow America, in Australia, in rrancc,; people everywhere are fully aroused lo see tho tomb or "Richard-lh- o ih..ri niriilnst the enemy. There had and in Great Britain ho lias used L!on Hpartc(p awi al another time, and heart and soul In the war. heen nn Information here to show thnt stage work as a means to gather thP castlo where Margaret of Anjou men from this country were In the his Munitions Factory Flag. drive nnd the Identity or trie unit or nunureus oi uiousanus oi poopio ,,c(Ii wo woro lo(I. if i could only Washington. All factories that mantogether for tho purposo of swaying speak French, I could learn so Is not known. units fly a spoclal I.nrire numbers of American soldiers their hearts and their sympathies nitirli which is entirely out of my ufacture munitions are to flag, provided moro than 50 per cent Itrltlsh fortrnln-Ini- r iy his undoubted great powers as nre brigaded with the reach as it is of the factory output Is ordnance ma nnd lliev have aided In offensive a preacher. Va long to havo our training terial. The flag measures four feet by strokes, notnhly thnt at Home!, July Wo doubt if any single man lias OV0P ...in, s0 lliai w0 can CGl a sLx feet. Around the four sides Is a witn Aus4. when they ndvnnced so cllcctivc in tins respect as -- ppni" crar,k nt the Bodies. Wo aro red border. Within this border are tralians and took considerable ground been lias Harry Lauder. His words have, pr0U(, of lnc Americans already at three broad panels, the center one bluo nnd some prisoners. sunk deeper than havo the words Ulc frontj an(1 mostof us envy their and the outer ones white. In the midThe presence of the Americans dle of the center panel ot blue thero was believed to of any other man or woman who,! opporUinily flie Itrltlsh lines for service. But wo Is a design In white of the bursting have ennhled the Itrltlsh to assemble coming irom uio iruni, nas meu io nlust not i,ocomo too impatient. bomb, Insignia of the ordnance service. large forces for the present drive, but make us ono with tno hoys over Unclc Sam wantg t0 mako real sol (Im news thnt Americans actually nro there. They have moved thousands! (jjorg of ug In the fighting nnd hnve won "a considor pcoplo to undisguised, unsnamca 0f courSo Ulcre aro many of lho erable success" wns received here with tears where scores of others using most in(ere9ting things which I am lake part in such awful stuff! grntltl cntlon. Guess wo will spend tho "Fourth" almost uio same worus, nave lanca not aii0wed to write dates, nrnn "Can't Keep Americans Out." Wo all aro trying to make keep them out," wns tho to excite more than interest. hers of troops, rumors, news from here. "You can't Why lias this been so? What is tho front, etc. Everything going tho best out of things; and wo aro when told comment of om high olllclnl hero to do our bit, even if it costs that Americans were nldlng in the lho basi3 of Harry Lauder's appeal1? out from hero is censored. all, for wo fully realizo what we I'lcnrdy battle. It is. very largely tho obvious in- -j I havo so many things I would The fall of Mnntdldler and the begin- tensity and deadly sincerity of tho like lo tell the students Founda aro lighting for. ning of the evncuatlnn by the Ger- man, coupled, no doubt, witli Uio Glad lo know your boys aro maklion especially. There is such an op front mans of the Montdldler-Noyoknowledge of his bercavo- -, porlunity hero to sco what Jesus ing good. They should bo tickled if common were greeted here with high satisfacmcpL But it is also lho consummato Christ can do for a man. Our Sun they don't havo to como over hero. tion. It hnd been apparent to officers I have not seen a soul from Berea closeartistry of tho man, able not only who nre following developments and Bible class are sinco I havo been hero. You haven't ly thnt Montdldler must fnll'very soon. to feel tho injustices of the war lo real inspiration to most of us. The retrent of the enemy nlrmg the lho very bottom of his warm Scotch Christian bore is a real Christian any way of finding out whero any line southeast of thnt place promises heart, but as well to lay tho latter And wo havo somo mighty good ono is. You might know their adto bo a perilous1 movement, It wns said, baro to his audiences dress but not their location; and at without with the strong possibility of Impor- any touch of maudiinism or un- -I times. Somctimo I hopo to como this timo nobody gets a pass. I havo back lo Foundation, if I may; and tant captures In men and monitions had several letters from Flemming manliness. I bolievo I shall bo of much moro by the French. obus that all this will help and be of more servico than (Grifllth), but do not know whero It occurs lo It would cause no surprise to ho is. servers here If Mnrshnl Foch extended prove of inostimablo value to Lauder before. I havo dono very little writing his thrust Immediately along tire lino when ho runs for Parliament. Wo Again I thank you and tho trustees month, for things havo south of tho Olse nnd link up the I'lcnr- do not onvy his opponent, however for remembering me. I hopo you during last line, thus dy front with the Alsne-Vesl- e been in such condition that a fellow strong ho may bo in his constituwill not ceaso lo pray for me, and thrententnc tho enemy nlong the whole ency. Lauder will bring to British for tho causo for which wo aro hardly had timo lo think. It has front between Ilelms (yid Albert simul- ( to get writing Kven If tho Hermans In politics a senso of reality that can giving our ail, if tho lime comes also been a task taneously. refreshing and God grant that this war may como material havo a number of times pocket escape, n not help but bo the Montdldler-Noyocontests aro lo a close, soon, so that we may all used dead man's stationory to writo French drive south of the Olso would cleansing. Political put them In Jeopardy too apt to skalo on tho surfaco of Immediately and to our homo. return lo loved-onngnln If It met with nny success. As soon as wo get a few days' life and to ignoro tho deeper emo chosen duties. movement So fnr the Franco-Britis- h "Freedom," I shall writo you moro. Harry Lauder will sco to it tions. I havo heard of your improved has operated only In the northern Jnw Remember mo lo all my Berea health and your return to Bcrca of the plncer thrust which Is expected that tho oleclorato to which ho friends, for I often think or you all. lias a full doso of A French nttnek south to develop. and havo rejoiced with Berea. Your friend, issues to consider. of the Olse would set up tho southern Will you give my regards to Mrs, Corporal B. II. McGuiro Detroit Free Press. Jaw of tho movement. Frost, to Mr. and Mrs. Osborne, Dr, Note: Monday's papers gave Corp. Montdldler Captured. and Mrs. Robertson, and all thoso MrGuiro's name among thoso as Aug. 12. The Important London, good people whom I love so much OF LUSITANIA DEAD "wounded degreo undetermined." town of Montdldler which wns approxi- SINKER and who may, perhaps, lie interested salmately nt the apex of tho German in hearing from me. WRITES LUNSFORD CLINTON ient south of the Somme, tins been dip- - Oeaiructlon of His Submarine by FelWith best wishos. I am always, Now Adlow HOME tured by tho nllles. Sincerely yours. mitted. Tho number of prisoners tnken from Ma and Mrs. James IAinsfdird: Sgt. T. Ti. Parker, tho Oermnns In the lighting In I'lcnrdy (H-liondon, Aug. 12. Lieutenant Com- Artillery School Dear Father and Mothor: to 24,000, todny's war Saumur has Increased , It has been a long timo sinco I who commanded mnndor offlco stutcmont announces. A.P.O. 71S, Amer. F.. F., Franco which sank the Lusl- heard from home. I will now wrilo Ono hundred nddlMonnl Gcrrann guns the submarine rnnln, Is dend. Ills denth occurred In you a few lines. I am well at preshave been taken by the allies. A LETTER FROM CORP. McGUIRE ent. I am in Franco nnd it is cerTho now nttucks by tho French hnve September, 1017, but has only Just In "Dug Ouf extended the battle lino somo sixteen been admitted by tho Oermnn admiraltainly a flno country. There aro Somowhoro in Franco to tho southeast In the ty. according to reports received hee. miles farther many funny things I hopo to toll Last September Hchwleger, In comJuno 30, 1918. Montdldler area. In this movement you nbout somo day. T havo met was In the bight of tho French scored nn advance of four mand of tho T. A. F.dwarJ Berea: several of lho Kcntucxy boys hero, Helgoland with another submarine. Dear Professor: miles In six hours. whom I know. I saw Ed Marcum submersed nnd tho other To the north tho Importnnt Junction Both t from Sand Gap. You know, it makes ,ot Chnulnes Is now Quite untenable commander heard n chnln sweeping Wo am now at tho front, and hav for the Germuns, ns it. Is well within nlong tho sldo of his boat nnd believed me feel good to see thoso boys. I Has been ho hnd run Into nn unknown British been hero for somo time. tho tire of the Itrltlsh field guns. havo never met F.Imor Jones, tho mine field. A terrific explosion under over a month sineo wo havo been 800 Guns Taken. ho is over hero somewhere. wnter followed. Tho second boat rose off. You Mother, wo havo good faro and The 100 guns added to the 200 pre- rapidly nnd signaled for the other. nllnwed to sleep witli shoes can imqjgino .just about iow w plenty to do, and don't you think viously captured by tho ullles were wns no itply. A vain watch wns There very much tuken by the French In this morning's nnd she has not been feel. My, wo would bo that I am not coming homo somo kept for the fighting. Is little doubi, pleased if wo could only gel n few day. Writo and givo mo Harrlson'3 heard from since. There days' rest back whero shells aro not address. Tell my friends over thcro Canadian and Australian forcon cap- the reports sny, that she sank. tured Boucholr, Meharlcourt nnd Lifalling so thick nnd fast. Wo hav how .i j i. t i -. lians, nnd have entered Ilnlnecourt mid itnin lo writo mo. You don't knowget nu.u " suiismiio ami near wi a pleaso mo to Down 65 Hun Plane. I'royart. Tho French forces captured sing-a- nd great It much it will wrilo again sopp. So my, how London. Aug. Lo Tronquoy, Lo Freytoy and Assnln-vtllorletler. I will airplanes were destroyed by British would ho if wo only could sit down I will closo for this time, hoping to American troops delivered an attnek nvtntors or driven down out of con-- 1 nnd tako off our gas mask helmot hear from you nil soon. In tho anglo bvtween the Bomme and trol In the lighting of August 8, when nm pnjoy nature for nwhllol Witli much lovo to you all, I in the allied offensive In Ilcnrdy opened, Wo havo had somo very sad hap tho Ancre and achieved a considerable your son. nn official statement ou aviation opera- penings in our company, but guess success. Clinton Lunsford, Fifty British machines capshows. tions American and Hrttlah troops all must go with war. Isn't it too Co. 8, 1st Tr. Ileg. tured tho town of Morlancourt between are missing, the British losses being had that civilized peoplo havo to duo chiefly to tiro from the ground. A.R.F.. P.O. 727. tho Bomme and tho Anjrv. Bo-rena-&-- ,, Of-po- , or su3-,w- oe-M- n day-scho- ol n es I np-pe- als soul-stirri- ng 70 Sclm-leger- U-8- U-6- 3 4 "Enlist and Go to School" ayi the President Pago Four. TUB CITIZEN August 15, 1018. A Well Assorted Stock of New Fall Goods Has Arrived at Our Store Strengthening of Berta's Forces This Year The writer of this personal glimpse remembers well tho association and companionship which he formed with a young professor In his collcgo days. That friendship has never ceased to cxIsL Professor Kean wishes lo assure young men who nro coming into the Collcgo Department that ho is; anxious lo become thoir companion, friend nnd helper nt all times. Professor Albert Greer Weldlcr, Ph.D., comos ns Associate Professor of Latin in the Collcgo Department. Dr. Woidler was educated In Westminster College and tho University of Pittsburg, and has been associated with n number of schools ns principal, professor and president for tho past twelve years. Dr. Weidler was a man of great influence in Eastern Kentucky whero ho was President of a Junior College. Many young men now point to him as the one who led them out Into tho larger and brighter life, who gave them the vision of the biggest things that nro within the reach of every ambitious young person. We welcome Dr. Weidler ns ono of our new recruits nnd desire that in.inv students will become acquainted with him this year. Mr. Howard E. Way, jwho'has Dean & Stafford REAL ESTATE Bank & Trust Bldg Wo have suffered losses in the past year duo to somo important peoplo going out into different lines of national sorvico, ns officers and Call early and get first choice privates in tho Army, and as secretaries of tho Y.M.C.A, hut in tho places of theso valued friends wo have gained equally ns strong Christian lenders and teachers and a Kentucky Richmond number of nddilions in now positions, which have been created since the war began. For the first time, our many Bi ble courses are to be organized un der one great department, known as tho Department of Religious Education. For tho ilrst time, wo will have a dean of this department NEWS OF UEREA AND VICINITY. GATHERED FROM A - VARIETY OF SOURCES who will devote his vast experience, education and Christian lifo to tho organization and tho management our Bible work. Rev C. Rexford Just from Uio city with a new and of Raymond, D.D., of Brooklyn, N. Y, lino of ladies,' misses has come back to Berea after an and children's hats. absence of a dozen years, to become ad-- 7. .Eva Waldcn. IrTi B. E. BELUE CO. LOCAL PAGE MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM Organization Wins VVc used to think this bank was ideally organized but how very much better wc are situated today ns n member of the Federal Reserve Banking System. Membership links us with the strongest and best organized bank3 throughout the country. Their organization is our organization; their strength our strength. And your financial security may benefit, in turn, if you arc among our depositors. ORGANIZATION banking. is what wins in war, in up-lo-d- i Berea, Ky. : Virginia. Sergeant E. T. Hayes, of Camp n i,nrn olivine, fine iron' c Monday, after spend-- at work and repairs of all descriptions faylor left b' a live days' furlough with his College Ulacksmith Shop, the Parents. Mr. and Mrs. Hayes, of Main Street, north of The Citizen ad. Jackson street. Omce Miss Nettie Kenncy, of Cincinnati, arrived Sunday for a few days visit L. & N. TIME TABLE with her mother. Berea, Ky. Mrs. Frank Blazer, of Ohio, is May M, 1018) (In effect visiting relatives and friends here. North Bound Mr. and Mrs. Robert McGuire, of No. 32, Leaves 0:53 p.m. Beattyville, aro visiting his brother, 1:17 p.m. No. 38, Leaves Scott T. McGuire. No. 31, Leaves 3:53 a.m. Misses Martha and Rebecca Muncy South Bound wero tho guests of their brother, No. 33, Leaves 12:03 p.m. El Muncy, of Richmond, from Fri1:01 p.m. No. 37, Leaves day until Sunday. 12:12 a.m. No. 31, Leaves Leslio A. Ballard, who is em- Nntn: No. 33. the fast train, will slnn for nnssencers from North of ployed in Wright's Aeroplano fac Cincinnati, 0., or for South of Knox- - lory, at Dayton, Ohio, visited friends hero from Sunday until Wednes- ville Tenn. day. i Mrs. Jennie Fish left Tuesday for We Sell haU and sell them right.! fw days visit in Cincinnati, after ad. Mrs. Laura Jones. go to Camp Perry, Miss Eva Fisher, who spent her which she will Lako wero ""J Wl11 b Chcs- -j vacation visiting her sister in guest of Lieutenant Walker and tor, Vermont, returned last Wed- reports a most ""y ncsday morning, and Ihc new Millinery Parlor will bo nninvnhln fimn sr.!.. arc I'cn aboul tl,e lst of September. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Osborns ad-- 7, Eva Walden. onSnvinif Mia hmpzps nl T.nkn Krie. T'ittIe Miss Elva Bower, of Win-- at They aro spending their vacation Madison. O. in company with Chester, is the guest of her little Mrs. Osborne's sister, Mrs. Harry tous'. "s.s '"a Tho moving picturo show, given npriii nnrt fnmiiv. 11,0 bcne,u of 1,10 Uetl CroS3: Mr. and Mrs. Benton Fielder aro for baturaay nigni, was mucin enjoyeu visiting at Mr. Fielder's homo in 1,10 I,cI,,(r Present Tho ladies an adjacent county. They made by ul' lO prusum .tuuuiur icuiuio ,,iu flin frin hv Miif. omnhiln. ... w wj m tho near future. Miss Alice L. Christopher, of Mrs. E. A. Bender, of Center street, Mass., is spending a month in annnt T(i.i(?fiT elnT inr in Vtinh i mono. t ii t urouiur, ii. j. ni.!.j t Miss Mabel Bicknell, who has a Go to Uio new Millinery Parlor, government position in Washington, near tho Post office, for your Fall is visiting her mother and brother and Winter hats. in Berea. ad-- 7 Eva Walden. Miss Myrtle Baker is visiting reMiss Susio Holliday, who gradulatives in Lexington thijj week. College last June,, ated from Berea Misses May and Elizabeth Haris taking a Nurse's course at Vas- -' rison spent the week end at tho desar College this summer. country homo of Mr. and ,1 lightful v,,,!i - Best Blacksmithing (w0 weeks' vacation at tho homo of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bowman. Ho is working in West Berea National Bank Bercn, Kentucky C. Rexford Raymond the head of this department He will organize the Biblo courses in such a way that they will become a pleasure to the student rather than a duty. His friendly counsel and Christian advice will be of inestimable value to students who aro seeking the higher and the better way, and who desiro to render tho greatest service in life. People of Eastern Kentucky will bo glad to know that Raymond has come back to Berea, for ho mado many friends in the mountains upon his extension tours years ago. Somo communities still feel tho effects of his lecturing and preaching. Now is tho time to send your children to Berea to get tho full influence of the life and character of Dr. Raymond. Professor Hugh Pratt Kean, A. M, comes to Berea as Associate Professor of Mathematics in the Col-leDepartment. Professor Kean is a native of Chicago, and was educated at Albion. College and tho University of Illinois. Professor Kean is a young man of exceptional scicntillc and mathematical ability, and has tho reputation of being a great friend and companion to young men. go GET READY FOR THE BEREA FAIR Sept. 5, 6, 7, 1918 Our catalogue has been greatly enlarged by adding a splendid list of prizes on Hugh P. Kean been in Berea for two months, is succeeding Mr. Howard E. Taylor as Bursar. Thcro is a rather singular coincidence in tho caso of these two men. Howard E. Way, of Pittsburg, Pa., succeeds Howard E. Taylor, of Philadelphia. Pa., and both havo a sunny smile, a slap on tho back, and a hearty handhakc. Wo aro glad indeed ro welcomo Mr. Way into our midst, and can promise our students with assurance that they will And n congenial and companionable counsellor and friend in Mr. Way. Farm and Garden Products and Ladies' and Children's Hand Made Articles. ofo of gate receipt to go to Red Cross. For Catalogue address E. T. FISH, Secretary Berea Kentucky Kentucky State Fair Louisville - Tho many little friends of Aug- LUTHER AMBROSE JOINS THE NAVY ustus Hamilton will bo sorry to About thirtF" friends of Luther hear, according to a letter received, by his mother, that, in all proba- Ambroso "swooped" in on him last bility, ho can not como homo before November. Ho has been in Louisville, undergoing treatment for his nerves and eyes at tho Children's Hospital, sinco April. His rather, the Rev. A. W. Hamilton, is at present in the Q. M. D. of tho U. S'. Expeditionary Forces. Ho has not entirely recovered from being injured in the ribs by a pieco of shrapnel, but in spite of it, is doing a great deal of speaking for the British Conservation of Food, of which Lord Rhonda is tho head, and alo for tho War Aims Committee, of which Premier Lloyd floorgo is president. Ho has recently spoken in tho church of tho well-knowriter and miniU?r, Dr. B. F. Meyer. Tho second week of July ho was commissioned as a second lieutenant. JOHN MILLER ENTERS THE U. S. NAVY September 9-1- 4 SEPTEMBER 8 GRAND SUNDAY PRELIMINARY PROGRAM Thavlu's Band of AO World Fmd Salolsts Chorus f 300 Volcs Two Flights by Ruth Law 178000.00 $15,000.00 10,000.00 laying a pipe lino for a steam hea ing plant which s to be in- -' sta led in the President's homo this ri I Mft an(, Mps narrc Van Mond lvcd jn B cincinnatii f0P a V,8,L w,nk,0 from Claude Anderson, a Berea grad-Ro- v. Howard Hudson and Mr, H. uale 0f th0 Class of '13, was in town J. Christopher are expected to re- - asl Wcck. turn homo from their extension! c H v00if, of Winchester, was work in Elliott County this week. L ucrea visitor last week. Get ready for tho Berea Fair,1 Mr. and Mrs. Grant Huff and littlo September 5, 6, and 7. Bigger and daughter, Mary Elizabeth, returned better than over. Everybody boost. tllis wcck from a visjt wjh, reia. J. M. Coylo has been busily en- - tive3 in Eastern Kentucky, gaged remodeling the storo build- Misg Aiico Bivlns, who has been ing on Chestnut Street, which he teaching at Greensboro. S. C somo timo ago. Ho ex-- 1 pe(j oir jn Berea, last weQk, for a poets to bo open -- for business by fcw jays visit, on her way to her tho first of September. Ho has pur-- ! jlomo jn Milwaukee, chased a full lino of gents' furnish-- j MrSi John GaV( wjtn lno assistance ings nnd will be in a position to of ncr 8istcrs Mrs. Spink, Mrs. give his customers a good selec- - Burdctto and Mrs. Hunt, entertained tion of good goods at fair prices, j wiln a dclfi?litful porch porty at her Coylo is one of our cnterpris- - i,0mc, Friday afternoon, August 2. ing young business men, and mcr- - The cucsts of honor wero Mrs. May it a fair share of business in his Hudson and Miss Etta Lewis, of lino. v Nogalis, Arizona, who havo been Word has been recently received visiting in Berea for somo timo. that Corp. Thomas Edwards, Jr., has Delicious refreshments, consisU j ing of ico cream and war cakes, wero safoly landed in Franco. ' George Downey, of Oneida Insti- - served. Thoso present wero: Mesdamos tuto. stopped off in Berea this week on his way from Ohio, where ho May Hudson, J. J. Brannaman, F. W. had been employed in a munition Hayes, Ellon Mitchell, Sarah Haley. '!lnnt. Whilo hero ho engaged a W. J. Hudspeth, Sarah Ely Dcaton, room with tho collcgo for tho com C. B. Holder, J. G. Harrison, M. L. ing school year and had tho pleas Spink, Charlos Burdetto, W. C. uro of seoing and talking to soveral Hunt, S. R. Baker, Sarah Lewis, and other former Oneida boys. Ho will Misses Etta Lewis, May Harrison and ontcr sohool on tho Uth of Septem Elizabeth Leo Harrison. Mr. and Mrs. James Maupin and ber. Pearl, who havo Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Dooloy left on littlo daughter, Wednesday morning for Alabama, boon visiting Mr. and Mrs. Buster whero Mr. Doolcy will enter tho Maimln for tho last week, havo Polytoohnlo Tnstituto for n six returned to thoir homo In wooks' course in preparation for Soo Eva Waldcn for the latest Army sorvico. Mrs. Dnoloy will go on In a few days to visit hor peoplo croations in Fall and Winter ad-- 7. in Tonnosseo. Mr. and Mrs. Bustor Maupin spont Kathryn L. Cook, of Miss is tho guest of her cousin, Sunday with Mr. Maupln's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. Maupin. Miss Mario Bower. stop-purcha' Mil-llno- ry. Fal-rnou- John Millet, student of tho Academy Department, and popular scout master of tho Berea Camp, has just entered tho radio sorvico of tho U. S. Navy. Ho goes from Berea to Providence, R. It; then to Harvard course before enfor a tering upon nctivo service. No student of Berea Collcgo has ever loft n more lasting improssion Mr. for good upon Berea boys. Miller's lifo ns n student was an oxamplo worthy of imitation by every young man in tho student body. His six years oxperionco in the regular army taught him respect for authority and self control. His deep religious nature makes hiinn groat moral forco among young mon. As drill master for tho Academy men. as direotor of gymnasium clnes, as play ground director for Boreas children, as scout master and caxnost Christian workor ho won commendation from both tho rollogo and townspeople. Our hoartiost good wishes follow him in this now and Important work. ' Tuesday evening by way of sur-priand lo spend a short timo at his home, prior lo his departure for James A. in tho Navy. Burgess served ns spokesman, and in his usual happy fashion, voiced the sentiments of the company. Ho took occasion to heartily commend Mr. Ambrose for his faithful and useful service in the college and church activities, especially as president of tho Christian Endeavor Society. Mr. Burgess further remarked that his friends would confidently expect Luther to "go over tho top" in tho faithful performance of duty in tho scrvico of his country and they also would hopo to see him return in safety with In Kaiser Bill on board his ship. rinsing his remarks tho spokesman presented Mr. Ambroso with n wrist watch and a small gum of money for good measure, as a token of tho lovo and esteem of his many friends in Berea. Mr. Ambroso mado a brief but his fitting reply in expressing thanks for tho gift, and promised to do all in his power to provo himself worthy of tho friendship and confidence thoy had so generously so Total Premium ITtlOO-Qt- r Bef Cattl Show Fatted and Saddlt Horae Staka 910,00040 Fdlna Cattla Show $1000000 RUTH LAW AUTO POLO Sport Thriller Aerial Quean . De Lux Hippodrome Show Magnificent Send for CaUtotfu 604 Republle AUTOMOBILI RACKS Crack Drivers Mlday Special R. R. Rate WorlcTe .Fount T. Kramer, eWy Building, Loulevllle, Ky. ing at 11 a.m. Tho Ilev. C. A. Van Wlnklo, ono of tho former pastors, and well will preach at 11 o'clock, Sunday morning, August 18. Frlonda como nnd hear him. Ilov. W. J. Iludspoth, Pastor Methodist Church Hiblo School at 9:15 a.m. Preaching services at 11 a.m. and bo-lov- for all at 0:15. Preaching sorvico at 11 a.m. It is expected that tho pastor will havo chargo of tho services noxt Sunday. A cordial invitation is extended to all visitors In our city as woll as to all citizens lo unito with us in tlicso services. First Baptist Church Sunday-school at 9:45 a.m. manifestedr Tho occasion was concluded by all tho company forming a clrclo nnd singing "Blost Bo tho Tip that Binds," and uniting In n closing prayor by W. E. Rix. Mr. Ambroso loft on tho early train, Wednesday morning, for. Louisville, and will later report at Newport, R. I. WITH THE CHURCHES United Service Of Uio Wo havo carefully graded classes for nil ages, with separalo class rooms. I'rcaohing scrvico at 11 a.m. Tho U. Y. P. U. scrvico at 0:15. Wq extend a hearty wolcoino lo all to unito with us in theso services. Itev. K. n. English, Pastor Christian Church Uiblo School at 9:15 a.m. Communion sorvico and preach- - 3:30 p.m. Tho public in general and tho now converts in particular nro carnosUy invited to attend theso services. Hov. Larrabcc, Pastor FOR SALE 7 sows and 40 pigs, from two to four months old. W. M. Garrison, 2b miles wost of Dorca. ad-- 8. 12 Gals. You can mako 12 callous ut tho bent. F. L. MOORE'S churches of Dorca will hold noxt Sunday evening loultrytimlcUnown in tho pavilion hack of tho Library. wan auto lutuo of First VCHla Dr. Ooorgo W. Mead will bo Uio limMa revltrf Itatdf. rente uros ami pruventa eaiwa, preaohor and all tho singers aro iiuiuur'iuCK cuolrra, ana invited to como and "sing." Don't UptaaHaW otlivrillM-aMi- . At druir-irlor tiy mall inotiiald. riiultry book fruti. miss this service. Fine tuiboiliaid)Cl,luli(lii,l;. Committee. MAIN ST. Union Church Drug Co. Sold by Porter-Moor- e witli classes Tho Sunday-schota ol bo nt 7:30 Poultry Tonic 4V f.i B Jewelry Store FOR Class Repairing AND Line of Jewelry UEREA, KY. Berea Has a Splendid Drill Hall and Parade Grounds August 15, 1018. TUB CITIZEN Pago Five. 1 Ills boys. Of course, ho is very fond of his girl students, but ho is special adviser and counsellor of A family Newipaper for all that It tight tho boys, and a great many boys true, and Interetting throughout tho world today nl-rutillihnl firry Thurwlay at llrrra, Ky. Irlhulo their success In life, groat human sympathy and lovo for tho BEREA PUBLISHING CO. highest and noblest things, lo tho! (Incorporated) WM. G. FROST, inlluenco that Professor Edwards Sulncriplion Ralea exerled over them whllo they were' I'AYAIU.K IN ADVANCE In tho Foundation School. Hoys II.M who havo not finished the FounOne Yrar y, Monlht Hl til dation work, havo n rare priviThrr Wonlti or Kxprrtt Money lege of being In tho Department rVnd money ly Order. Draft, Itrglitrml Ietter, or one ami two of teachers like Professor Edwards rent stamp. The. date after your name on laliel thowt Ut data your auWrlptlon It alil. If It ! not and his n8'X?lnlcs. what The Citizen hour with him will bo worth dollars to you in your school room next winter. Everything wo An 11 ft y SMART PEOPLE BUY DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS FROM do In Herea is dono to mako folks more useful. The education of tho head nnd the hand and heart all go together. Fditor-lrvChl- gLLLE' (. igw 'LB OWEN McKEE THERE IS A REASON RICHMOND KENTUCKY Pcal-dT- changed within Ihrra weelti after renewal notify Mlnlnir numlvra will lie gladly iuiidIIhI If we are nutifinl. IJIieral lerma given to any who ol.tain new tuW ecrlptiona for u. Any one remllnir ua four yearly ulwerlptloiM can reeelfe Tna Cltlien frea for one year. AUrtrtiilng ratea on application. ut. laaaaaaaaaCZaaaaH YOUR riUENDS (Contlnnad from IN BEHEA rag 0n) nro capable of specializing in Music or Homo Science. Ho can loll !iy your conversation whether you would rather drivo nails or feed n cnlf. If you desire lo enter a professional course other titan teach int., talk lo Professor Clark, Chas. S. Knight ' rrancissE. Malhcny Professor Malhcny, Dean of tlio Acailcmy, knows how lo put n larpo crowd of students thru the preparatory course, and get them ready for college about as well as any nun you ever met. Ho Is interested in seeing you in the Academy Department, under two conditions. The llrst is that you aro able to do the work, and the second is that you desire lo spend three or four yenrs to prepare-- yourself for higher education. If you aro in preparatory work, do not forget t call on Dean Malhcny nl the Academy Catnpin. If you aro in Herea six weeks, you will always know Mr. Knight. Ho preaches on Sunday night to the students, teaches tho Hiblo in tho day tune and runs the Collcgo moving pirluro show at night. Ho knows how to mako all of theso tilings useful. During the opening weeks of school, tbreo nights a week, and once or twice a weok always, thru moving picture the year, a ilrsl-clashow is given in tho Great Chapel. No better show is given anywhere. These aro frco to all. Tho Collego furnishes all tho necessary amusements frco of cost. Wo cannot let unscrupulous people get our students' money and we cannot let our students go to places that wo know nothing about. We look after tho welfare of our students and mako it easy for boys and girls to grow into men and women of strong character. Students entering places of amusement that are not under Iho control of tho College, we cannot bo accountable for, so we send them home. We look after every interest of our boys and girls. Paronts havo learned to trust Herea College wilh their boys and girls. They aro safer bore than at li'ine. ss gram and I'lulip II. Lowcry being bo secured from T. L. Fitch, Secy, tho winners. of tho Military Training Camp Association for the United States for Marshall E. Vaughn is the widc-awaTho amount of sugar allowed for Kentucky", 1200 Lincoln Building, Secretnry of Herea Collcgo, Louisville. nnd stands ready to welcomo and canning purposes has again been reataSc WW duced, only ten pounds of sugar assist very student who applies for Mrs. Helm Bruce, Slato Chairman admission. Visit his ofllco first, nnd will bo availablo to housekeepers Miss Sperry Up lo this of tho Woman's Committee, Council ho will givo you tho necessary in- for canning purposes. of National Defense, wishes lo inMiss Sperry manages the Boarding formation and encouragement in time, tho amount that could bo pro- form her county chairmen that all pounds. Halls. Sho gives you heller board gottiug established In cured was twenty-tiv- o Heron. DianKs, as well as for less money than you can live on The rulo provides that for each application family, for tho remainder of tho enrollment cards, in connection with nt home. Tho meals aro scientificNEW DAIRY HERD ARRIVES ally cooked anil prepared In great season, tho allowanco shall not ex- recruiting for tho United Slates ro kettles, heated by steam from tho ceed twelve and a half pounds per Student N'urso Reserve, for tho state, should bo sent to her at Families who already central power plant. Como to Bcrca ilio Herea Collcgo Dairy herd member. College and save money whilo you wns reinforced recently by tho nr. havo obtained execssivo amounts of 201 Speed Building, Louisville Tho aro getting an education. rival of 39 cows nnd heifers, beaded sugar may bo denied further quan- -, blanks aro to bo sent from Stalo ruling. headquarters to Washington. ny the senior herd siro Canary titics under tho Mrs. Bruco would also liko to lorlics Helena DoKol, weighing County administrators havo been directed to recall all sugar certifi mako clear that all women who pounds. I hey wcro purchased at Lake Mills, Wis., by Simon cates dated as expiring July 15, 1018. complete their three years' training in a registered hospital aro Muncy, who visited Hoard's and eligible for tho Army Nurso Corps Tho news from Camp Sherman other leading dairy farms located upon their successful graduation in that part of Wisconsin, and re that Kentucky mountaineers took target practice, from tho '.ivilian school. So that present the highest grado stock. first honors in night shooting by tho light of flares, all young women who dosiro lo do I'nder Mr. Muncv's mnn.n?emnn tho Herea Collcgo Dairy has es- flashlights and green stars, will, of army nursing, but cannot fulfil tho tablished a record for tho highest course, provoke references to moun- requirements for tho Army School opportuproduction, ns n herd, in tho Unite,, tain feuds, but anyono who knows of Nursing, may havo an States, according lo Hoard's Dairy tho Kentucky mountains knows that nity to train for this work. Thord man anu ouier expert authorities. "bad men" constitute a small ele aro twenty civilian hospitals in Ken Anyono who tucky, in most of which only ono Willi tho reinforcement of theso ment of population. Misi Margaret Dizney , high grado cattle, and with tho ad knows American history knows that year of high school is required. Kentucky riflemen havo mado Miss Dizney is Director of Home dition of an dairy barn, CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATION records of marksmanship in Seienco in ho Vocational Schools. silo and other Berea, Kentucky Sho has a 'first clas3 ment, tho future of Mr. Muncy's de every war in which they havo participated and that tho mountains , Tho United States Civil kitchen with stoves nnd ovena and partment promises great results. nnnounces that on Sephavo invariably furnished many tables. To get tho touch of neatgood fighters as well as good markstember 0, 1918, an open competiness nnd tidiness shown Jn this tive examination will bo hold for men. Courier Journal. kitchen is worth half a year in col- IN OUR OWN STATE (Continued from Pan One) lege. tho position of clerk, and to pro-du- co Every girl learns how to cligibles for position as clerk Maj. Edward H. Williams, with a cook and how to manago n meal of victuals so that it will go farthest. recently at Camp Zachary Taylor, corps of assistants, will arrivo in in tho post ofllco at Berea, Ky. Ono for auxiliary Dizney spent last sum every Lieutenant in the 159th Depot Louisville, August 13, or tho pur-po- so position as Miss mer getting the best at the Univer- Brigade responded. Tho. call was for of examining candidates who service 3 hours per day except Sunsity of Chicago. Sho was already two oillcers below tho rank of Cap desiro to enter the Engineer Corps day will bo fllled as a result of this accomplished and before tain to take a corps of casual troops of tho Army. Examinations will bo examination. For further informashe went. She has tho latest in to France, and because of tho largo given only lo those who havo pre- tion and application blanks apply a, cookery and knows how to teach it number of officers volunteering a viously filled out and sent in appli- at the United Slates Post Ofllco, Ky., or to girls. Give your girl tho ndvan lottery was resorted to in selecting cation blanks to Washington and thosawho will bo assigned to tho havo been notified by telegram ta Edw. Fothergill, lago of these courses at Herea. ovcrjeas service, Licuts. Elmer In- - appear for examination. Blanks may Temporary Local Secretary Marshall E. Vaughn ko en-ti- ten-pou- '00 JPBi -- Service-Commissio- Sub-Cle- rk Bo-rc- JH Miss Katharine S. Bowersox Miss Howersox Is a lady whom everybody in Herea wants to know Sho is tho Alliance Dean or Chairman of tho Department Deans of Women. Miss Howersox is inter cstod in both boys and girls, but her special interest is in tho girls. Sho has a smile that is botu winning and contagious. Tho new girl enters her ofllco with fear and trembling, but when sho turns that sniilo on her. the girl loses her ti midity and npproacttes Miss Hower sox with tho coulldonce and failu that she would appronch her mother. Sho prefers that girls who como to Herea would leavo their powder boxos, low necked dresses and silk stockings at homo. Somo-ho- w or other, tbeso things do not lit in Herea. Sho wants all tho girls who live with her to havo tilings that 111 and nro becoming to tboir particular stylo of beauty. Thoso tilings aro all sido issues, and MWs Howersox is nnxious for her students to deal 1tli tho great fundamental needs of life. alikHr TggBglBi ,niskHaV PUBLIC SALE! Land. Farming Implements, Household & Kitchen Furniture As executor of James A. Adams, I will sell at public auction on the premises, on Wednesday, August 28, 1918 Miss Mary E. Welsh Miss a tract of land situated about half way between Kingston and Berea, Ky., fronting one-hal- f mile Ralph Rlgby Professor lligby is director of music. Ho teaches singing to every student in the College. Thero aro classes in singing which are required in the lower departments and voluntary clioral clashes for all who wish to join. Then there is tho great Harnvonin Society, where everybody ran get some real practice in singing before tho public. Herea believes in cultivating the higher pleasures. Every ono should join it choral class. Thero aro no social privileges to and from Harmon i a. Welsh is tho Professor of on the Dixie Highway. French and Gorman and Instructor in Greek in tho Collcgo Department. I This land, by reason of its extensive frontage along the famous Dixie Highway and its topSho has studied and lived in Europe ography, will be sold, first in three separate tracts, and then as a whole, the bid bringing the most and has travclctrwidely, both thero money being accepted. and in this country. Among her other accomplishments, sho is a do- TRACT NO. 1 contains 19J acres, wjth residence, outbuildings, barns, garden and orchard. lightful conversationalist and enter TRACT NO. 2 contains 15 acres, all in grass. tainer. Tho social sido of lifo is mado prominent at Berea. Every TRACT NO. 3 contains 21 acres, all in grass. opportuno occasion is used to deAll of this land is well watered and fenced and each tract has a splendid site for a house velop in tho student caso and graco in Uio meeting of people, nnd tho directly on this highway, and will make an ideal place to live, in one of the best communities in the art of pleasant and intelligent con county, on good pike, close to good schools and churches and only a short distance from Berea College,' versation. A good impression pro duced by easy and pleasant social converse has been tho fortuno of many n young person. consisting of Cook Stove, Heating Household and Kitchen Furniture Stoves, Wardrobe, Tables, and Dishes. Dresser, Chairs, Beds and Bedding, Farming Implements K$.gHyBkf nawggggV i a 1 consisting of a large lot of Plow Gear, Wagon Harness, 2 Turning Plows, 3 Shovel Plows, Platform Scales, Corn Sheller, Corn Crusher, Mowing Machine, Cultivator, Buggy and Buggy Harness, Cider Mill, Diggers, Scythe, Large Iron Kettle, Lot of Tools and Tool Chest. Work Bench and Visp. I nr of Chains, Forks, and other things too numerous to mention. Growing Crops Chas, D. Lewis Mrs. Elizabeth S. Peck There will also be sold the interest in growing crops, consisting of some Corn, Tobacco, Sugar Cane and garden truck. Sale will begin promptly at 10 o'clock and immediately after the tale of personal property the real estate will be told. Professor Lewis is tho Ho in IViichers' Institute man. structs more County Institutes than any other man. It is worth tho cost n whole year of school lo any I of teacher to tako ono courso under him. Ho lias tho teacher's touch. j study lilin and you will always know how to got tho best out of boys and girls. Ho lias a largo and interesting collection of snakes and Thomas A. Edwards frogs. Hunt him up and got him Ho Professor Edwards, our buporin-lyndo- to show you his laboratory. of tho Foundation School, will show you how to mako things for lovintr interesting for tho country school. i. .. v, una u ,..i,li nt great Mrs. Peck is Professor of History in the Academy. She is a doctor of Philosophy from ono of tho groat Her universities of the country. cash, the balance in equal payments in six and twelve months, benrina ?iv classes in history nro so interesting Real Estate One-thirthat students do not want lo leavo per cent interest with a lien retained to secure the payment of unpaid purchase money; or purchaser tho Academy. It is a principlo of can pay cash. All articles under $10 must be paid for in cash before property is removed. Herea that even tho dflllcst boys and girls loam easily nnd lovo to study POSSESSION Immediate possession to be given, except to the small acreage in cultivation. when it is mado Interesting. Stur dents aro shown how to study and wlioro to gel knowlcdgo and such n strong personal intorost is taken in thorn by tho toaohors that learnRichmond, Kentucky ing comes to bo easy nnd natural. Terms d C. C. WALLACE, Executor Education at Berea Is in Reach of All Who Aspire Pago Six. TM1 CITIZEN August 15, 1018. MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Kob:rt F. Spcncc, Farm Demonstrator and Special Investigator A WAR CALL SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE Berea's HOME DEPARTMENT Conducted by Miss Margaret Dizncy, Director of Home Science CANNING CORN plccc9 about fifteen inches apart Our County, Ilockcnstlo County, across the trough will prevent this. If You Havo Failed, Road This needs niuro sheep. Tlio United It Is quite common forliog to ho Somo complaints havo reached Jars with all posslhlo speed; placo Slates lias a million fewer sheep infected with intestinal worms, and this olllee, stilting that com canned a teaspoon of salt lo each quart of Hum when tlio war opened. The- they are very injurious, particular 1st Door Vocational Schools during last summer soured, and com, on tho lop of tho jar, and 1111 world is short 51,000,000 sliecp. Tlio y to growing pigs. Pigs kept in Training that adds to your money-earnin- g power, combined with others have said thai they could not with boiling water. Do not pack need of wool is constantly increas- dirty pens and yards, improperly general, education. van corn at nil, because it would the Jar loo full of com; Icavo an inch ing. Our Army needs more wool fed, drinking dirty water from FOR YOUNG MEN Agriculture, Carponlry, Dricklaylng, Printnot keep. Several requests liavo space at lho top. Placo tho Jars imevery day. It requires tJio wool llllhy troughs and lying in unsant ing, Commcrco and Telegraphy. mediately in the boiler or canner. coino for a reliahlo reclpo for canfrom 20 sheep to clothu one soldier. lary hog wallows, very quickly be FOR YOUNG LADIES Homo Science, Dressmaking, Cooking, ning corn. Tho following reclpo Do not uso any canning powder lo Sheep will givo you two crops each come infected. lho coal of tho pig Nursing, Stenography and Typewriting. is absolutely reliable and Is approved make your com keep. year wool and lambs. becomes rough, the pig docs by the United Stales Department of Reasons. Com should not lay in Tlio most effective Dog Law in tho not thrive or grow well, thcro will 2nd Door Foundation School Agriculture. Last year, I canned cold water because it absorbs water United States now protects you be a tendency to rub tho root of tho General Eduoallon for thoso not far advanced, combined with somo sixty quarts of corn in this manner, and loses mlnornl salts; hasto should dog. Livo tail against posts and trees, and against tlio sheep-killin- g vocational training. No matter what your presont advancement, and not ono Jar spoiled, or even be ued in packing tho com that sheep oro worth moro than ever worms may bo passed in tho dung. wo can put you with othors liko yourself and givo ehanco for smelled sour. none of these salts should bo lost. Tlio price of wool is good and Tho following treatment is good for most rapid improvement. I'irst of all, corn must bo selected Boiling water should be used, ilxed. ridding hogs of worms: nt Just tho right stage. It musl bo it is moro sterile, that Is, It is your patriotic duty to ralso Provido no feed or water for 24 Door English Academy Course fully ripe, lull neither undor-rip- o purer, and salt should ho used for sheep and help clothe one soldier, hours. Then givo tho following All that is necessary llavoring purposes nnd bccatiso It for inoso wno aro not expecting to tcacit anu wlio aro not going per over-rip- e. if you can't clothe one entirely. In- preparation to tho hog in a rather thru Col I ego and doslro more general education. It also gives Is Just n littlo experience In selecting has keeping qualities. It takes (ho vestment in sheep is a sound busi- thin slop: tho best general education for thoso who wish a good start In the ear, and ability to recognlio placo of canning powders without ness. Sheep aro an asset to your 3 grains Sautoin study and expect to carry it on by themselves. corn thai Is Just between tho milk lioing injurious. community. They restore soil ferCalomel 3 grains and the dough stages. Corn that In tho llrst place, canning powders tility, aro very protltable, and supt dram Arecanut Door has a while sediment nt tho bottom are not necessary. In tho second Normal School ply necessities to our people. Bicarbonate of soda, 2 drams This gives tho best training for thoso who expect to teach. uf the can, after having been Jarred place, one is I lablo lo uso loo much Remember This constitutes a doso for a 100 Courses are so arranged that young pcoplo can teach through tho for some time, had reached tho nnd thus destroy tho natural flavor That whep you fail to respond, when pound hog, and must bo varied ac dough stage, and tinder-rip- e corn is of (he corn, and in tho third place, summer and fall and attend sohool through tho winter and spring, called upon, you cannot call your- cording to the weight of tho hog to ft' thus earning monoy to keep right on In their courses of study. milky corn. Neither kind is so ap- one may depoiul too much on lho self bo treated. Patriotic American. Read Dinsmore's great book, "How to Teach a District School." petizing when opened for lablo keeping qualities of the powder, inA Suggestion Another common and serious par u.xe. bill both kinds will often keep, stead of sterile utensils and equipIf you have ewes and ewe lambs, asite infesting hogs is the hog louse. Door Academy Course if other rules have been observed, ment. and must sell, be sure and find somo This louse lives on the body of tho doughy or milky hut Third Step ono in the County who wants sheep hog and lays its eggs or "nils' on mis istnostratgniroaa to college best training In Mathematics, corn cither tho sour. is liable to Science, Languages, History and all preparatory subjects. Tho Plaro the corn in tho holler, or there are a number of farmers tlio hair. It sucks the blood from First Stop Academy is now Borea's largest department. in our county who want sheep. Our tho hog and causes great irritation rainier with the lids screwed lightly Secure perfectly well developed 111 filnpn- allPA Htnf llm riililinta Live Stock Committee, of which Mr.1 of the skin. Duo to tho loss of corn, husk, removo silks nnd put into aro new and havo plenty of elasII. T. Young is secretary, will help blood and the irritation, Iho vital Door College water ten to nnd you if you have ewes to sell also, ity of tho hog is lowered. Tho ir thrco mis Is the crown of tho wholo Institution, and provides standard boiling minutes. and boil from plungo ticity, whiloboil fornnd hours. Re llfteen Remove nnd move hot if you want to buy. Tin's comit- - rlloXion causes tho hog to rub if scrow top courses in all advanced subjects. into cold water. tee will look after your needs. Our agains't trees and posts, and to kill Jars nro used, screw lho lid as tightA Temporary Ralso in Board is forced by war conditions. For Reaon. The first cooking of lho ly ns posslhlo whilo tho rubber U banks will soon have a Farmers' the lice, advantage should bo taken years the board has remained tho same in Berea, but the corn prevents the appetizing juices very hot and then let the cans cool Kxchange Hoard for use. Go to tho of this habit. Soak a burlap sack twenty-fiv- e banks if you have sheep to sell or in Pnui nnipnimim nr 0nmn iimr unusual situation in which tho wholo country finds itself now makes of the corn from being removed, thoroly beforo sotting Ihcm away. which happens to bo the cao when If glass lopped jars aro used, do not buy, and let's transfer in the Coun- cheap, heavy oil, and wrap tho sack H ,n2p?ssibJ(! for us 10 Ilvo on the samo money M wo havo in lho P"1 ty. ? the former expenses of the girls and I15C0 to the corn is cut immediately from attempt lo fasten tho lop clamp for around a Ircr. or post whero tho ... This ndds To Rockcastle County Sheep hogs aro accustomed to rub, tying tuu cAiiwuaca u. inu uuj uui, n.iu iciivus uiu cusi nan uini ai oiner the cob and packed into tho jars. several days, and Just beforo setting The llrt boiling also kills many of it In place, tesl your Jar by lifting Growers' Association the sack in place. When the hogs schools nnd "cheaper than staying at home." the destructive bacteria, causes the it up by tho lid. Tuesday, August 6th, tho Rock-cast- lo rub aginst this, tho oil will gel on PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental fee and room rent color cells to become active, and County Sheep Growers' As- the lice and kill them. From time Iloasons. Tho llireo hours boilthe 'flavoring juices to (low. Plung- ing kills nil bacteria life and desociation was organized. The first to time more oil must be poured be by tho term, board by the half term. Installments are as follows: ing the corn immediately into cold stroys all germs that would cause Saturday in September, tho Associa tween the sack and post, which will FALL TERM water causes tho color lo become the corn to spoil. Whilo tho tion meets to perfect the organiza soak into tho sack and maintain the Expenses for Boys set and stops the action of tho cells, rubbers nro very hot, thoy will ro lion and to record its membership supply. A conlrivanco of this kind VOCATIONAL AND ACADKMY thus saving tho Juice of lho corn All of tho sheep raisers and thoso is much cheaper and Just as of FOUNDATION SCHOOLS AND NORMAL COI.LKOC to tho top and Iho Jar, formwhen it is cut from the cob. $ 5.00 who are interested in raising sheep feclivo ns a commercial hog oiler, Incidental Fee $ 7jOO ing n perfect protection ngnlnsl tho I 6.00 are asked to bo at tho First Annual which would cost from flvo to ten Room 7.00 7.00 7.00 Second Step entrance of additional bacteria. Tho 12.25 Meeting. We fcvant the member 12.25 12J25 Remove the corn from tho cold lids should not be screwed tighter dollars. If you havo only ono hog, Board, 7 weeks Amount due Sept. li. t'.H8.. 24.25 25 IS ship to reach 100 at this first meet- however, it will bo cheaper to ap 2625 water at once, do not let it remain after the rubber has cooled, bccatiso Board, 7 weeks, duo Oct. 30.. 12.25 12J23 ing. Every farmer in tho County ply the oil with a brush, since by 1235 more than two minutes, then cut it the seal is thus broken and this will Total for Term 3o50 38J0 is urged to be present on first Sat- tho other method considerable would 3750 from the cob and pack it Into tho sometimes causo tlio corn lo spoil. i .i urday, in tho afternoon, of Septem- i. ber. Meeting held in Courthouse iieineinncr, uncie oam is couni- - incidental Fee 8 5.00 9 6.00 I 7.00 MOVIE PICTURES SENDING LABOR the fact that, before this purchase, The Articles of Association to bo ing on you to uo your very nest m Rcom 7.00 7.00 TO THE FARMS 700 h of tho packers' facilities adopted. Come and bo a part of uio ciud worK. uo suro to Keep nn 7 W(,v inm 1050 1050 motion-pictur- o havo been devoted to filling military Nearly every first Sheep Growers' Association In accurate record of your work in Amount due Sept. tl. 1918.. 22.50 2350 2450 theater in lho country is enlisted demands. tho County. your record book. Board, 7 weeks, due Oil. 30.. 1050 1050 1050 "In order to Ret out the canned in tlio campaign of tho United Call or write County Agent for Very sincerely yours, Total for Term 33.00 34.00 '35.00 States Employment Scrvico of tho Roods, the packers will find It necesDog Law'. Spence, Robt. F. This docs not inolude the dollar deposit nor monoy for books or Department of Labor to supply sary to employ night and dny shifts Robert F. Spence, County Agent Notwithstanding the labor to tho farms. Tlio estimated of cannors. laundry. County Agent total patronage of these theaters is fact that the products aro being HOLES IN ROADS Special Expenses in Addition to Incidental Fe Soilness rushed forward thus hurriedly, not about 60,000,000 persons. TO AGRICULTURAL CLUB MEM- - By Rodman Wiley, Commissioner, Fall Winter Spring a single complaint has been received Eleven of the largest Stenography and Typewriting BERS RAISING PIGS $14.00 812.00 810iM Department of Public Roads, manufacturers aro cooperating on meats delivered to the nrmlos Bookkeeping (brief course) One of tho most important re11.00 12.00 10.00 Frankfort, Ky. with tho Farm Service Division in abroad. Bookkeeping (regular course) 7.00 quirements of successful hog rais6.00 6.00 A road is the means of transpor "Tho five packers are now killing its drivo for maximum food pro Business course for students ing is sanitation or cleanliness. A tation and upon tho condition of in other departments: duction. Theso illm producers nro about 3G0.000 hogs n week to keep hog kept in filthy, uncleanly quarttho surfaco depends the cost of 0 750 releasing to their subscribers the abreast of martial and domestic Stenography ers cannot remain in the best of transporting materials. A great moving-pictu"trail needs." theaters Typewriting, with one hour's health nor gain in weight very many people think thai when a 7.00 6.00 5.00 crs," calling on all thoso who pos use of instrument rapidly and at a low cost. road i9 onco built that it will stand sibly can do so, to volunteer with Com. Law., Com. Goog, Com. Lovt Letter In Hymn Dook. Do not attempt to keep your pig for all time and do efficient work 1JB0 A pulr of loverH who hud been Arith., or Penmanship, each.. 2.10 150 tho Employment Scrvico for har in a small pen or lot, as it is almost any repairs but such is In no vest work and other forms of cmer lo xK-nor write, attended tho case will special Business Fees exceed 815.00 per term. impossible to. keep such a place without not the case. Railroads, rivers. iiin rhurch, mid their plan fus the gency farm labor. clean. Tho ordinary hog wallow, harbors and canals are patrolled, All students do some work with their hands from six to six Threo samplo trailers, each about xcimiiKo or iijniii liookh. as tho which is simply, a hole in the young man wun ihi officer of tho and inasmuch as tho highways are teen hours a week as Janitors or in the farm, carpenter shop, print25 feet long and running on tho ground, can and should bo avoided, subjected to more sovoro traffio ing office, laundry, boarding hall, ofllco, etc., and recoivo pay which screen for about ono minute, aro ehureli lio did thin little Job before ervlee. Most delightful und natlsfac- if plenty of good drinking water and than either of tho above it stands reduces their expenses. sent to each film manufacturing tory love letter could be pieced toshade aro provided. In many cases to should rccolvo reason that they company weekly, tho company se gether by following certain contagious diseases havo been trans young man or young woman can get an education Any constant attention. Besides, if the Iccling ono to go with its current imirkH. nnd In order to elude even a milled from a sick hog to others in to do so. road is not smooth, not only is tho at Berea if there is the will relea'cs. Thru their national as- Sherlock llomes of the household, tho lho herd through tho mud wallow, cost of hauling increased but veIf it is impossible for any young man or young woman to be sociation, the manufacturers work letters were made to read from the Many hog breeders, however, havo nd to the beginning of the book. hicles are caused to deteriorate in school the full year, by all means they should enter for a course dur as a unit in distributing tho trail found tho concrelo wallow, which most rapidly. ing the winter and spring terms. ers, releasing them among their can be kept clean, very satisfactory. CINCINNATI MARKETS. Consider for examplo a largo holo subscribers so there can bo no over Tlio hog house should bo of such Hay and Grain. The publio schools will close about Christmas and the teachers lapping. in a road. Every ono knows that Hav No. 1 tlmnthv i?e r.nffl7 Vn a kind that it can bo kept clean when automobiles, wagons and bug- - and advanced pupils should not bo idlo through the long winter I25.5O02G, No. 1 clover mixed $24.50 easily. Somo peoplo prefer a board 25. No. 2 clover mixed $21.50023.60, gies pass over holes that consider- - months but should be studying in Berea where the best education can floor in tho house, but a dirt floor ARMY MAKES RECORD MEAT No. 1 clover $20021.50. ablo damage is done. Suppose that be Gotten for least money. Now Oats No, 2 whlto C8H069Wc. is very satisfactory, if properly tho damage to an automobile is only PURCHASE Applicant must bring or send testimonial showing that they art standard whlto C$c, No, 3 whlto 670 cared for. It is especially ImporTho largest single order for bacon C7Hc, No. 2 mixed 65ftGGc. No. 3 wero ono above 15 years old, in good health and of good character. This may bt tant that n houso having a dirt floor one cent and that there tho and canned meats In tho history of mixed 65065c. hundred automobiles over road signed by some former Berea student in good standing or some reliabli bo located on a rather high placo Corn-N- o, 2 whlto $202.05, No. limS tho world 99,560,000 pounds of bacon in n day. Tho damage to the auto teacher or neighbor. The use of tobacco is strictly forbidden. whlto $1.95 No, 2 yellow $1,800 so that water will drain away from and 131,000,000 pounds of conned 1.85, No. 3 02. mobiles alono from that one hole In yollow 1.75 01. 80, No, 2 it It is a good plan to dig a shal- ono day is 51.00. Suppose thcro are friendly advice write to the Secretary, meat has just been placed by tho mixed $1.7001.75, No. 3 mixed 11.650 For information or low ditch around tho houso to carry Quartermaster's Department, U. S. A., 1.70. whlto ear $1.9002, yollow ear away water. Tho dirt from Ibis fifty such holes to tho mllo of road. IL75 0 1 8O, mixed car $1.6001.70, MARSHALL E. VAUGHN.Berea, Ky. for the American Army overseas. Then lho damage would bo $50.00 Butter, Eggi and Poultry. ditcli should bo thrown into tho Louis F. Swift, on commenting on per day or $1,500 per month, and for Rutter Wholo milk iTe.inu.rv mini. house, spread out evenly, and packed this, recently, said tho order will take 4514c. centralized rre.nm.rv iiTlrm jr.n twelve months in tho year tho dam' down. Tho floor should then bo ago tho bacon from approximately 1,900 tlrsts 42c. to tho nutornobilcs nlono pass Kkrira n i. Prlinn drat 37Lc. at oiled with crude petroleum, 000 hogs, nnd If other work were 3Gl4c, ordinary ing over a mile of such road would firsts 3314c. tlio oiling as often as necesdropped to produce it would bo equivi.i vo be $18,000, which is a sufficient sum uroiiers, 14 lu and sary to prevent dust in tho house. alent to tho total bacon production over, 30c; under 114 lb 20c; fowl, 4 lbs of money to build in its entirety a At frequent intervals slacked lime tin of tho flvo largest Chicago packers and over. 27 Uc. 19c under 4 Ilia 9.7 1 2714c; roosters. lb. Best Equipment and Service at Lowest Cost. should lio scattered over tho floor. mile of road and uso an excellent for nearly five weeks, however, six grado of materials. might not It Live oiock. This is a disinfectant and helps to Wards for Men and for Women, will clapso before delivery is months Cattlo Shlonem U.iiroiA r.n t.. bo necessary to rebuild tho road, keep down odors. , stcom. extra ill r.nsvii k r.n Private Rooms, Baths, Electric Service. to be comploted. and In that event it certainly Tho houso should bo so built and Mr. Swift Bald: "At tho current cbo'co $12.50014.25, common to fair should bo maintained. i.vwiz; iieuers, extra $11.50012.50. located that sunlight can get into prices on tho day, last week, when the Kd to choice $10011, common to It would seem to mo that it is fair Sunlight kills germs and aids it. ., Eye Treatment, Nose and purchaso was made, the packers J74I 9.75:. COWH nilrn 1Q ir.ei nr. Surgery, Care in Child-birt.... now high tlmo that steps bo taken in sanitation. Tho houso should bo to choice $8.EO09.GO. Tv..u, common to fair would pay tho livo stock producers to at least seo that all the holes In Ear, General Practice $6.25 0 8; cannor $5.5006.25, stockers cleaned out and tho walls whiteubout 180,000,000 for tho necessary and feeders $7.50011. lho roads aro kept filled. One way washed insido or disinfected with hogs and over (50,000,000 for about Hogs Selected would bo to appoint n patrolman on heavy shippers somo other material, every month $19.65, good t choice 900,000 cattle required. packers and all lho main roads In the county. Come in and visit an establishment, which is a friend in or six weeks. This will destroy butchers $19.65, "The cattlo will cost us twico as lbs) $19.90, stags medium (150 to 190 I cannot believo that wo will very need, and in reach of all the people. germs nnd lice. $11015, common to much, and the hogs two and one-halonger bo willing to see each choico heavy fat sows $13017.15, light Clean, fresh drinking water Is much Bhlppers $19.90, pigs (110 lbs and less) In the pro-wtimes as much as day thousands anolhor necessity. Arrangements damage dope of dollars worth of period. , to property. Robert H. Cowley, M.D., Physician HheeD Kxtra ill should ho mado that tho pig cannot "The wholo order will bo made up choico $10.50011.50, r.nwi? mn.i Tho proposition Is worth serious common to fair lio in tho drinking water. If tho Mrs, Anna Powell Hackett, Superintendent before tho first of the year, despite 1409. thought. pig is watered in a trough, cross - Berea's bo-fo- re. so 3rd Berea's 4th Berea's 5th Berea's Preparatory 6th Berea ' f" ad-he- I rj one-fourt- 10-5- re for-Idd- leml-penc- able-bodi- ed no-pe- Berea College Hospital Sun-parlor. h, - lf The Government Wants Every Young Person In School August IG, 1018. THE CITIZEN TRIP TO THE NOR.THFIELD BIBLE CONFERENCE Pago Seven KENTUCKY MINER AND THE RED CROSS Edward King, ol Louisville, Killed In "Orcat-Hcarlc- d Coal Miners," .When Car Skids near Middlotown in tho September "Red Cros3 Maga-zino- ," A IHPIOVED tmirOlM INTERNATIONAL At tho onrncst solicitude of Tho Citizen, Miss Lorcna Hnfcr ha kindly written nn Inlcrcsllnir no- rout of her trip to Nortlillolil, MnsH., Willi Boino personal impressions of n. n., (Br riov. i. n. Kngllih IMMa In tlie Moody tho Hllile Conference recently hold Tfcher of nt Hint noted rendezvous of Christian Illblo Inatlluta of Chicago ) ((VprrltM. 11)1. hr Wrnlfrn Ntw.ptpr t'nloii.) workers. I). I.. Moody did many great tilings during tils useful life, LESSON FOR AUGUST 25. but nono liavo accomplished moro lasting pond Hum the establishment CONFESSING CHRIST. of Ills Ilililo Schools nt Chlcngo and NorthMeld, and tho Hoys' Prepara(Mar le usmI wl"' rnlnslonary nppllcn. tory School at Ml. Hcrmon, four tlonn ) tl; Acts 1:1. miles from Nortlilleld. I.E8BON TKXTS-Ui- ko 11. We appreclato tho following OOUIKN THXT Wliofover nhnll m before men, him ilinll the rnn rif from 0110 who wns forman also confess before the angels of tunate enough to attend tho Connoil - Luke 12. S. DBVOTIONAL, llHAniNO-Jam- ea ference this year: : eon-fru- it 1:1-1- 8. SUNWSCIHE Lesson fitzwathh, ADDITIONAL 1.1, Mark M7-SI MATKUIAIz-l-aal- ms US: l'eter John 1:40-4- Acta 4:18-1- 0, 1:15. "It was my privilege during tho latter part of Juno and tho first half of July, to nltcnd two religious conferences at Northflold, Mnss. Tho trip wns a delightful ono In every respect nnd ono thnt will long bo remembered. A( I (raveled thru the peaceful prosperous looking country nt this most benutifi'l season of tho year, when "Heaven tries earth if sho ho in tune," it was hard to rcalizo tho great world conflict that is wagin? across the water. An occasional troop train or n group of boys in khaki at tho railroad stations wcro the only signs of wnr, nnd as they sang, "We'll bo Over, Wo'ro Coining Over, nnd Wo Won't Como Hack 'till It's Over, Over There," ono folt suro that victory nnd world pcaco must bo nenr. I kept wishing ns I passed thru Central Kentucky nnd Ohio, that the Allies "over there," and yes, the Knier, too, might sco tho unusually largo wheat crop that wns being harvested. Of courso those slates furnish comparatively littlo of our wheat, but their crops nro an indication of tho immense crops of our Western grain states. My route lay thru tho grnpo sec tion of Western Pennsylvania and New York. I spent Sunday in Bur fnlo, whero I attended a meeting of As the International Sunday-schosuciation then in session there; then farming on thru tho splendid country of our Umpire Stale, across tlie HuiNon Iliver and by way of the Hoosae Tunnel roulc, thru tho Ilerkshire hills to Nnrthlleld. Kvery whero wero evidences of loyal Americans doing their bit not little, but big bits. Girls of many of tho largo Kastern colleges aro helping to increase the food supply and are doing boys' if not men's work on farms. I saw acres of corn and other farm products in tho vi cinity of Norlhfield. that nro, being tended by theso pnlriolic farmer ol I, Importance 12:8-12)- . of Confessing Chrlit (I.tiko To confess Christ Is not rnsy; It hns never been oasy. To lo so inning exposure to ridicule, contempt nml persecution. ItepmltesH of llsi Issue, ttio true disciple will confess hi Ixird. 1. Christ will confess before the of (lod tlioso who confess lilm before men (v. 8). The true disciple will not lie ashamed to let nil men Vnow tlint lie knows, loves, nnd serves Clirlst. 2. Christ will deny beforo the nn- I nn-ee- ls - -- . i 1. ... I. .1 1.1 I. When Edward N. Hurley, chairman of Iho United Stales Shipping board, expressed fears to Congress ban on1 icccntly that a nation-wid- o boozo would retard ship building, hundreds of brawny patriots who aro pounding out ships in Camden! in record time replied: "Tell it to 'lommy Mason porU t0 th9 Auieg were 2,133,100,000 Tommy .Mason was superintendent pounds, as against 1,200,500,000 pounds object: of tho construction work on tho In the same period of the yenr before. 1. To convince the disciples of the Tneknhoo. tho naval collier turned This compares with an average of pounds of total absolute Oertnlnty of his resurrection out of tho yards of tho New York 801,000,000 half years In tho exports for three-yea- r the same (vv. 2. 3). llefore the disciples could Shipbuilding Company in twenty-seve- n pre-wperiod. nndertake the great work for which days, breaking n world's re- In cereals and cereal products rethey had been preparing, the question cord. duced to terms of ccrenl bushels our of Christ's resurrection must be setAfler tho launching of tho Tucka-- ! shipments to Allied destinations have tled beyond n doubt. No one can preach the gospel who does not have, certainty hoe, Charles M. Schwab, director of been: 259,000,000 bushels of conviction touching the resurrectho shipbuilding board, sought Mn- - Fiscal year 1010-17.- . 1017-1.340,800,000 bushels tion. sou lo learn how ho nnd his men had Fiscal year In 2. To Instruct the disciples mndo such phenominnl speed. 80,000,000 bushels Increase things pertnlnlng to the kingdom of "I want to pass your secret along (Sod (vv. 3, ft. 7). Their unwillingness Of these cereals our shipments of to the other shipyards," said Schwab. the prime breadstuffs In the fiscal yenr to hear Christ's Instruction (John 10: 12, 13) before his passion shut out "No booze," replied Mason. "That's 1017-1to Allied destinations were ' much vnlunhlc Information, so the Lord Wheat 131,000,000 bushels and of ryo the secret." tarries to supply this need. They had Schwab didn't testify beforo tho 13,000,000 bushels, n total of 144,000,' n wrong Idea ns to the kingdom being ette. congressional committco last week 000 bushels. The Northflold Summer Confer ... ... restored, not ns to fact, but ns to time. IU nillVU .IIC, ,1 u.u iiearms on war promotion, rturlnK lAIflscn, yenr 101(M7 were tho Christ had ngaln nnd ngaln predicted ences aro hold in the buildings nnd in 1. , t I 1. . . ..!.! in iiu iiugui nuu iiit,ui.uu uiu aiui j wheat 15,100,000 bushels and rye n coming kingdom In harmony with on the. campus of tho N'orthflcld 2,300,000 bushels', n totnl of 137,400,000 the united testimony of the prophets Seminary for girls, established ns Tommy Mason gavo it to him. of Israel. They understood him aright Ho might havo told him Mason's bushels. In addition some 10,000,000 nearly forty years ago by tho world ns to the fnct of the kingdom, but the group of workers, each of whom re- -, bushels of 1017 wheat nro now in port time of Its manifestation they failed to famous eangelist, Ilwighl I,. Moody. iur 4imu ut'sumiiiuus or cn rums . v The total shipments to Allied grasp. The disciples should bo de- Northflold was Mr. Moody's birth only broko a worlds record in """thereto. from our lnst ,mrvest of fended against the repronch for hnvlng place. Tho story is (old that after n materialistic conception. grown The king- he hnd to manhood, ing out Iho TuckallOO, but how it wheat will be therefore, about 141,000.-hn- d attained a reputation in tho 000 bushels, or a total of 154,000,000 dom Is stilt to come; the time of Its ho returned lo tho old homo to visit bushels prims coming Is known only to Ood. mother, and found her having Cnmden shipyards ns tho enne that dl,lon t0ofthls wo breadstuffs. In ad his hnve shipped some 3. To show the disciples that their trouble with a neighbor, becauso can do tho fastest work, has fewer 10,000,000 bushels to neutrals depend' business was to witness for Christ to Mrs. Moody's chickens wero injur absences from all causes and 509t ent upon us, and we have received the uttermost parts of the earth (vv. ing the neighbor's garden. Land fewer nccidcnU than any other some Imports from other qunrters. 4, 5, 8.) This witnessing wns to be dono group of workmen of tho samo sizo "This accomplishment of our people In the power of the spirit, the result of in that part of tho country was In this matter stnnds out even more tho plant. which would ho the formation of n cheap then, and in order to give, his in Ho might havo told how Mason," clearly If we bear In mind that we had new hody, tho church, culled out from mother peaco of mind, nnd her ln nscai year juiu-i- t the world In the time of the postpone- chickens a larger range, Mr. Moody when tho order of tho day in tho ment of the kingdom. nations shipyards was speed up. over our nonn'al bought ten acres adjoining the nbout 4. To show the disciples the scopo Later, whilo driving watched to seo that no boozers got, 200,000,000 bushels of wheat which we homestead. of their missionary activity (v. 8). This gang. Mason has, were able to export that year without places thru the eouilry, ho saw a group of spent on bis 1b shown to be as wide as the world Italmost a lifotimo in shipyards trenching on our home loaf," Mr. self. They were to begin nt home nnd girls weaving straw hats for a livcli nnd experienco hns told him thnt Hoover said. "This last year, however, carry the good nows concerning Christ hood. They wero poor girls, who owing to the large failure of tho 1017 to tho uttermost pnrts of the enrth. could mnko littlo nt their- - hand boozo nnd cfllcicnt work don't mix. wheat crop, we had available from net Thero wero Just two exceptions, carry-ove- r nnd ends work nnd could not afford to go Mission work begins at home and production nnd Imports Pwlth tho hounds of tho enrth. away from homo to school. Tho to Tommy Mason's ban on boozers, only Just about our normal consumn- 6. To show tho disciples that Christ great man determined to organizo They worn two rivitcrs, whom hoi tlon. Therefore our wheat shipment permitted to remain in his gang for to Allied destinations represent npwill henceforth operate from heaven. a school whero poop girls would They were to work on tho eurth, but a while, although ho knew that thoy, Proximately savings from our own tle source of their power wns In heav- have an equal ohanco with tho rich "took a drink or two" in. tho morn- -i wh.!?' , .?' . en. Though he Is separated from tho Out of this determination grow tho ing beforo they camo to work. ... Tolume of thB ,QTt ani, for Girls disciples It will not be forever, for ho Northflold Seminary Hut Mason also discovered that, sacrifice made during the past year will come ngaln. Ho will come ngaln Lnler, (ho Ml. Hermon school for o ns tho our mediator. The poor boys was established nearby. it wns several hours ench day bo-- 1 by the whole American people. theso two men reached thoir spite the magnificent effort of our words of tho men In white npparel school buildings wcro When tho havo n double significance. speed, and occasionally cultural population In planting a much Increased acreage In 1017, not only wns (1) To show that Jesus will como completed, Mr. Moody snid, "It Is thev failed (o renort for du'lv n vpm lnr fnltura In ohi.nl too bad to. havo thoso beautiful ngaln. The superintendent Uiok n pencil .hr .lsa lhe corn fnuod td m.tiir. nrnn! (2) To show thnt In tho menntlmo buildings idle during tho summer, nnd paper and did some calculating.) erly, and our corn Is our dominant crop. Ihey should set to work In tho doing no one nny good; nnd so ho in"I am of their commission, and not be vited his friends nnd neighbors in Ho found out what Iho delay or concludingsure," Mr. Hoover wrote In his report, "that nil the theso two men was coding tho work gating up Into henven. The Lord's Inreligious meetings nmong themof the gang. Ho deducted tho num-- j mJ"l0B or,our PP'f- - ericuitural na to tho disciples wns. "Occupy for struction meetings grow "r,b"";,.w,l? ?.?.TTtI,b till I como" (I.uko 10:13). Thoso who selves. Out of theso her of rivets which "a drink or two" d touching tho tho great Northflold Summer Con- in tho morning, was costing. havo nn Intelligent hopo d.nnlte satisfaction that In u vear of delegations ferences, to which coming of Christ nro not Ho found that sober rivilers hnd food shortnges In the north. but nro deadly In earnest witnessing come from nearly every part of tho a Inrger nvcrago of rivols lo their, universal crn hemisphere nil of those people for Christ. Mnlno to Cali Fulled Stales, from credit nt tho end of tho week, nnd Joined together ngalnst Germany have fornia. "" tho two boozers loft.. Tho Tuckn- -i "mo VQrouQ ,n 0 S" 01 i Divine Descent. unu uurvcai I hnd heard much of tho beauty lino's record satisfied him Illblo with thnt ho strength iiui uiu win. Tho Incongruity of tho fully maintained, but with surrounding the ago of Its birth; Its freedom from of tho campus nnd wns on Iho right courso. only temporary periods of hardship. earthly mixtures; Its original, unbor- country, but found thnt tho scenery (Tho Phila. North American) "It Is dlfllcult to distinguish between rowed, Rolltnry greatness; the sudden-nes- s beggars nil description. Situated in various sections of our people the with which It broke forth nmldst tho plcturosiiuo valley of tho Conhomes, public eating places, food the general gloom; these to mo nro necticut Iliver, ono inllo from tho trades, urban or agricultural populaInstead of an asphyxiating gas. tions la assessing credit for theso restrong Indications of Its dlvlno Now Hanipshlro lino, willi deep, them with a why don't iho I ennnot reconcllo mits, but no ono will deny the domidark pino forests for a back ground of fried onionsYanks send Iho smell nant part of the American humnn origin. dimming. ngainst Iho onemy. women." on (ho Kasf, nnd tho Green Mounsky in and draw tho famished bodies out A tains appearing to moot tho When It Is Hard to Pray. hoarder Is a man who Is more Indugouts in spito of them It Is hard for n man to pray uccortl-In- g tho far distant West, tho spot Is ono of tho terested la guttluc his bite than In givselves? to Clod's will If he Ih not living ac- at which artists might thrill. ing bis bit. Washington Post I cording to It. The atmosphere of whole-heart1:1-11- ). 1 flve-folS 1 . 1 fore men (v. 0). To deny Clirlst before men mny Ret one n little of humnn but will surely brine one to loss of heaven and to the sufferings of hell forever. 3. A pernicious testimony Is tinpnr dnnnble (v. 10). This testimony Is the expression of n henrt utterly perverse, attributing the mighty works of the Holy Spirit ns wrought by Christ Mnrk 3:20). to the devil (Mntt. The unpardonable tn will only lie committed by one whose henrt Is Incurably bad, one whose moral nature Is so vile (lint he fnlls to discern between God nnd the devil n reprobate. 4. MiTiiitr uiu Kvru in uvuiiiuuj (tv.11. 12). In the mot trylnu hour the Holy Spirit will tench the disciples whnt to sny, nnd how to sny It. II. Qualifications for Confessing Christ (Acts Christ remained with the disciples forty days after his resurrection to prepnro them for the Important business of witnessing for him. lie hnd n 12-3- devotion lo Christian duly, that pervaded tho plnco during tho conferences was ns wonderful ns it tho scenery. Tho central Ihomo of every lecturo nml sermon wns "service," which is tho essenco of nil Christianity, nnd 'scrvico" might' have been tho watchword of each of the six hundred girls nt tho Young, Women's Conference nnd each of tho ono thousand persons nt tho, Missionary Conference. Of tho spcaks littlo need ho said. Tho mention of their names' is a volume in itself. The chief Hieaker of Iho conference, Dr. Stuart Holdcn, of London, England, recently from Y.M.C.A. work on the balllo fields of Franco, braved German submarines to keep his appointment. Ho is a man of wonderful personality nod spiritual power, whom to know is to lovo nnd to hear is lo long lo henr mnny moro limes. This was bis twelfth trip to America to lecturo to tho young women of tho Nnrthlleld Conference. Other speakers of nolo wcro Robert K. Spcer and Margaret Slatlcry. They, and many other ftrccful -nenkers "r0T11 lncssaGcf that stirred tho souls of every listener. Tlie last meeting of tho Confer ence, n consecrntion meeting, wns lo mo the most sncred nnd imprcs- alvn of nil. nr. llnblen conducted tho service. Afler tho sermon, wo pnrlook of tho Lord's Supper nnd every girl went down from Hint mountain top. strengthened and resolved to do her share of work for tho Master better than ever before. ' OUR SAVED FOOD FATAL AUTO CRASH FED THE ALLIES ... rood Administrator Writes Presl- . dent America Conserved 141.- 000,000 Bushels Wheat. CREDIT DUE TO WOMEN. Meat and Fat Shipments Increased by 844,600,000 Pounds. Conservation measures applied by Jhls'w, the American people enabled the United States to idilp to the Allied peoples nnd to our own forces overseas bushels of wheat and 814,000,-00- 0 pounds of meat during the past In all at $1,400,000,000. BCCompll,llwl , tno a scrIous fo0(, shortnKO ,n u,ls country, bespeaking the wbolclienrtedncss and patriotism with which the American people hnvc met the food crisis nbrond. Food Administrator Hoover, In n let- ter t0 I,rcslllcnt Wilson, explains how the gltUB,on WBS met Tjie voluntary conservnUon pr,Brnm fostered by the Fo(Hi Administration ennbled the piling up of the millions of bushels of wheat during 1017-1- 8 and the shipment of meat during 1917-1- RECORD BREAKSHIPBUILDING HURLEY'S ERS DISPROVE BEER PLEA No Booze, Tho totnl vnlue of nil food shipments to Allied destinations amounted to $1,400,000,000, all this food being bought through or In collaboration with the Food Administration. These figures are all based on offlclal reports and' represent food exports for the harvest year that closed June 80, 1018. The shipments of meats and fats (Including meat products, dairy products, vegetable, oils, etc.,) to Allied destinations were as follows: ...2,100,500,000 lbs. Flscnl yenr 1010-1.3.011,100,000 lbs. Fiscal yenr 1017-18... Secret of Success at den Yard Show Cam- 844,000,000 lbs. Increase Our slnughterablc animals at the be ginning of the last fiscal year were not appreciably larger than the year before and particularly In hogs; they were probably less. The Increase In shipments Is duo to conservation end the extra weight of animals added by ur fanners. The full effect of these efforts began to bear their best results In the last nalf of tne flscM yenr( when the eI. Tho Lexington Herald gavo tho following account of tho sad accident, Inst Saturday afUfrnoon, which resulted in tho death of Mr. King, of Louisville, and in serious injury lo others who wcro with him in tho car: Thomas King, 39 years old, son of (ho lalo John J. King, of Iho llrm of Mason, King nnd Dandridgc, contractors of Frankfort, wns Instantly killed; Miss Cnthcrino Tohin, dnughler of the Into II. L. Tohin, of Frankfort, wns seriously injured nnd Kdwnrd Fcnncll, of Louisville, Richard Stoll, Jr., son of J. Will Sloll, prominent banker of Lexington, and wifo sustained slight bruises in nn nulomobilo accident ono milo north of Middlclown. The party left Frankfort shortly before noon in n car owned by Mr. King, with Mrs. Richard Sloll driving the mnchine. Just north of Middlclown, tho enr entered a stretch of rond which recently hnd been oiled, nnd the mnchine, escaping from the control of Mrs. Stoll, skidded off tho rond, plunged down nn embankment and turned over threo times, throwing tho occupants out, Mr. King fell heavily on tho back of his head and died a few minutes later of broken nock. The other occupants of tho car wcro brought to n local hospital, whero it was found Miss Tohin was suffering from n fractured skull and numerous cuts and bruises nbout tho body. Tho rest of the pnrty escaped with slight bruises and left tho hospital shortly. Mr. King, who had been visiting his mother in Frankfort, hnd invited tho members of tho pnrly lo accompany him to Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. Sloll wcro on their way to Nashville, whero Mr. Stoll had accepted n position with a Nashville conlracting firm. Fennel, who sustained slight injuries, wns assistant bookkeeper nt Lnkcland Asylum, near this city. Tho fact that tho car was running at a slow ralo of speed when it skidded down tho embankment, probably saved tho lives of tho other occupants. All wcro thrown clear of tho machine in its wild plungo down tho bank. Horlcnso Floxncr ,10113 tho story of tho Second War Fund Campaign nmong tho miners in tho mountains of Kentucky. Harlan County raised six limes ns much nnoney ns it wns nsked to, and Miss I'lexner tells tho following amusing slory of Henry Bcaute, "ono of tho big Red Cross workers for Harlan," lo illustralo tho spirit with which tho miners worked in tho campaign: "At first, Henry Reaulo worked under difficulties. This was becauso one night ho mado a statement that somebody interpreted wrongly. Beaulo wa3 arrested ns a tried and released. Hut his feelings wcro outraged nnd he nsked to bo used in somo spccinl way on Red Cross Dny, to provo his loyally. Ho was given plcdgo cards, which tho minors wcro lo sign, nnd Beaulo proved thnt ho wns in earnest by gelling every mnn nt Twny lo sign. "T wnntcd a chanst lo show 'cm,' said Beaulo, 'and I did. Ono thing that mado mo work so hard though, nt was because Ihey claimed tho needed tho coal.' (Beaulo got out twenty-tw- o dollars' worth of coal on Red Cross Day). 'Besides,' ho said, 'I asked every man to give. I proved I wasn't no German.' " Ho stopped a minuto and wont on. "'I'm goin' to git in this fight yet. They ben showin' pitchers uv the Kaiser in this town nnd I seen 'em. Tho Kaiser's pitcher gits in my blood. Hit makes mo so mad I throw tho coal plum over tho cars. The Kaiser and his gineration aro goin' lo bo killed out.'" pro-GermOov-'me. THE PEOPLE More than AND WAR TAXES $3,500,000,0',0 has been collected in internal revenuo taxes, including income nnd oxecss-profl- ts tnxes, for tho fiscal year. This exceeds by over $i00.fKl,0-.- tho estimates mado a few months ago, and by over $200,000,000 tin estimates mado a year 'ago, when lhe rovenuo mensurcs wero pnssed by Congress. Tho success in collecting this lnrgo revenue is attributed by the Treasury Depnrtmcnt to the pntjri-otis- m nnd cooperation of tho American people in promptly and cheerfully meeting the war burdens imposed upon them. ... ... Packers' Profits Large or Small Packers' profits look big when tho Federal Trade Commission reports that four of them earned $140,000,000 during the three war years. Packers' profits look small When it is explained that this profit was earned on total sales of over four and a half billion dollars or only about fArec cents on each dollar of sales. This is the relation between profits turn-tcountr- "' i and sales: Ood-inn- Ie-for- Profit. Sale m bt If no packer profits had been earned, you could have bought your meat at only a fraction of a cent per pound cheaper? " wi-uiu- Paokcrs' profits on meats and animal products have been limited by the Food Administration, since November 1, 1917. Swift & Company, U. S. A. ed Pago Eight. THK CfflZKN August 15, 1018. the dross. T. J. l'lnncry has ro Misses Mary Brown and1 lumcd from his visit in the mown. Kdnn Gulloy and Robert Brown, of tains. Buckeye pike, spent Sunday with Panola Mr. and Mrs. Davo llcrnoy. Mr. and Panola, Aug. 11. Tho com crops Mrs. George Todd aro very proud r ,i nnnnn. i n,.. anl,,,nn nrn of heir bn iby girl who arrived tho fcrlmf vcry lmMy for wanl of No crrrrpon!c ikc pulillthnl unlol nlnnftl In full lr th wrltr. Th nm rain. enlh.-llli- nm Haley, Jc of Bcrea, n rilJenco of irond fsllh. Writ plainly. It not for publkMlon, but Tlm IlcVi P nobcrUon nilcd is spending a week with his grand-- ! appointment nt l0 IlPV, Joimson-mother, Mrs. J. T. Thompson.-M- lss Thomas school houso, Saturday JACKSON COUNTY Sunday. A large crowd was pros- - Joiinlo Hlgglns, Counly Superln-- 1 t Mary mhl nm sun.lay.-M- iss Bond cnl Horn on the (Uh Inst, lo Mr. of Schools, has returned iniosli lm ronm Immn from T.nlnli. Itonil, Aug. 12. Wo had a good nnd Mrs. Jesso Gabhard, n girl, j from Arkansas, where sho hns been ,oll wlll,ro sl0 hn9 i,ccn guying " , rain Tuosday night, which was a1 ii.-luiiuuii. aii uiu Wilh hor grandmother. Erby ol ROCKCASTLE COUNTY great bonolll lo growing crops. and business places closed nol wpnl lo Xt, f.fck, ono day last .... I '11. (if Conway Sovcrnl from this vicinity attended' ..iui.-.i.-ij ii milium in il.. ivar went nni cnl n mi nf nnn M! t inv uio Conway, August 12 Tho Rev. Mr, Conference held in Lancaster. the funoral of "Undo John and Aunt are scarce In this section. Mrs. Syntha" Seals, at Parrot, yoslcrday, 'Jooch filled his regular appointment Mnry Colo wvft on Crooked Creek n by at Fairview Church Snturday nnd Tins services were "conducted OWSLEY COUNTY few 'days Inst week, canning apples. I ho Ilov. K. T. Cortiott and father- Sunday, with a largo attendance-M- iss -- Oscar Cox, of Locust Branch, is, Eamostville Hilda Chandlar, of Conway, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry York wcro tho Aug1. Fnrnestville, the guest of Mary L. Colo nnd guosts of Mr. nnd Mrs. Lawrence visited her parents at Brodhead, from here attended the fuucral! family, litis week Cornell, Sunday. Mr and Mrs. Jim Saturday nnd Sundry. Mrs. S. H services of Undo John Brandon-1 York returned homo Saturday, from McCluro received a letter that her burg, who died early in December, Harlan County. Wo wcro vory son, Elmore, was starling to France. 1017. The Rev. Joseph Ward, Cor- -' STANTON NEWS COLUMN (inc.) sorry to hear of the death of Mrs. Wo hope he will land thcro safely. dey Robertson and Win. Marcum County ,gelit Howard II. Har- AND Nerva Parsley and her infant baby, -- Mr. nnd Mrs. Willlo Pullins and officiated. .lames McQueen had rison, who was recently married Training School for Nurses awho died Friday, from typhoid. little daughter, Elizabeth, from another ico cream supper, Satur- and moved into Mrs. Wells house, UEREA, KY, Mrs. Parsley was a daughter of J.i Garrard County, are visiting their day evening, tho proceeds going to had tho misfortune to suffer Uio Up lo date Laboratory and X Rny Equipment W. Davis. Sho leaves a husband and mother, Mrs. George Pullins at this the Red Cross. Quito a largo crowd loss of tho homo nnd most of their little child, nnd a host of relatives place. Mrs. Nancy Gadd and her present. The Children's Day at things. They had furnished tho SPECIALTIES and friends to mourn her loss. Her son and daughter havo returned to Travelers Rest was successfully homo with nearly everything new, Surgery Obttelric and Gynecology nacteriologiit remains wcro laid lo rest in tho their home at Hamilton, 0., after given last Sunday evening. Miss and also many wedding presents of DR. II. F. ROBINSON DR.M. M. KOHINSON DR. ALSON BAKER Green Hill Qomctcry. She was a a few weeks' visit with her pa- Lucy Hicknell, teacher at Moores, vnluo were lost. They aro staying ViiitinR hours 1.30 to 4:30 and 7 .00 to 8.00 p. m., daily splendid Christian woman, nnd was rents, Mr. Will Gadd, of this place. paid her father and mother nenr nt the homo of Mr. Dorthick till Blufllo Irant, from Bcrea, visited Island City, a visit, Saturday and they can find a placo to mov.s snto. lined by all who knew her. Mrs. Mr. nnd Mrs. Sunday. Harve Gabbard. of Wagers- Lizzie Morgan is very sick with her grand-parent- s, TWO REASONS FOR EDUCATION Mrs. Hnrrison and daughter, Bess, typhoid. II. C. Davis and family John Wren. ove,r Saturday and Sun- ville. is visiting friends nnd rela- - f "erea. visited thoir son nnd (Continued from Pag Ont) nttended church at Letterbox, Sun- day. Mrs. J. S. MeNow spent tho lives this week. Twenty moro of brother, Howard, Ibis past week, And the other reason for education is that it brings day and took dinner with Mr. and day with Mrs. Cox, Sunday. our good boys left Saturdoy, going On thoir first night hero, thoy out what is in you, God intended you should be a singer; Mrs. Wilson Seals. Rockford to help defend this great nation of witnessed tho burning down of, but you have to learn music. God intended you should Rockford, August 10. We aro hav- ours. May they return home vie- - Howard's home, but they finished Carico enjoy acquaintances with great souls like Lincoln and Carico, Aug. 12. Br. Henry Lewis, ing some very dry weather at this torious. James Moss is having a 'their visit first, stopping nt JJic Longfellow; but you have to study History and liuglish. of Lite, preached two good ser- lime. Corn is lixiking very well. new building constructed near the homo of tho Derlhicks. audience, Sun- J. C. Bullon is busy baling hay thru jnoulh of Sturgeon. Mrs. Margaret mons to a good-size- d One can never get into some of the best and highest The new dormitory for tho girls day, at Flat Top. Tho son of lsaao this neighborhood. Mr. and Mrs. A. Moore's daughter and W is fast going up. Tho bricklayers pleasures of life unles- - he will study. One can never Tussey went to London for an T. Abney wcro at Rockford, Saturday. New Mexico, are her guests this finished their work Thursday, and know what he might be unless he will try it out a bit by operation' and was brought home for on business. Farmers are busy week. There will be a Teachers' tho insido work will bo pushed going to a good school. burial last week. Wo sincerely clearing the road sides along the Association at Moores the fourth rapidly. sympathize with the bereaved faml-.l- y. county roads, and also the Dixie Saturday of this nvonlh. Henry Tipton received an ugly Evory- -' Born to Mrs. John Couch, Highway, which is adding much to body invited; meeting on Uio bruiso on tho hnnd, when a horsofur several months, is able to bo from Gordonton, by tho burning of a boy and a girl, last week, the looks nf the road. Dadio Todd ground and dinner all day. Come ho was shoeing kicked him. about again. her homo. Sho was visiting witli Mrs. Mollio Crawford hns rolurnodj relatives and friends. named Hhoda and Jasper. W. H. is visiting C. II. Todd, of Crab Orchand listen, whilo the teachers givoi Miss Mammio Dcrickson is vislt- from a visit to her husband, who is ing in Cincinnati this week. Roberts has returned from Evarls.J ard, this week; ho is going to Lan- their speeches. Tho IlntNSo Chautauqua will bo r. George Dorickson Is having n stationed in North Carolina, no held hero next week, and ono of Uncle Gilbert Reynolds was visit caster to visit his Scovillo ing S'. R. Roberts and family, from Mrs. Mannel. Dadio will bo 83 tho featuros will bo a Iccturo by n Scoville, Aug. 8. Hubert Main- - well dug at tho poslomcc. Thoy expects to soon go over tho sea. Friday till Sunda. Wo had two years old the 28th of this month. ous. who has been in Now Jcrsoyihavc struck n fine vein of very! A tolegram camo tills week, an- - wounded soldier, from tho balllo-llelbad storms last week, which blew Several of the farmers around hero for nearly two years, is visiting cold water. nouncing that Jim Atkinson was of Europe. down corn and fencing. Canning is aro helping on the Scaffold Cano homo folks and relatives at this, Robert Stamper supriscd his many severely woumleil, July 20tn, whilo Jesse Klncald was called to St. of Helens by tho serious Illness of his nil the go with tho ladies in these hill grade; this will add much to place. Mrs. Efllo Lewis is visiting friends by claiming as his bride tho lighting on tho bnlllcflclds parts. Next Sunday, Seven Pino tho travel of autos. Thero is some her mother. Mrs. Juriah Hydcn. beautiful daughter of Mr and Mrs. Franco. Harvey Wells, another ono mother, who is at the point of death. Sunday-schowill meet at Flattop teaming over the hill now. Talilha Messrs. Georgo Martin, Oscar Tur- - Inn Williams. Tliey were married or our boys, is in inc hospital in Miss Nnnoy Ewens and her brother or an all day singing. All invited Gabbard, of this place, has bccnlner nnd Hugh Davison will leave Thursday night and left at onco Tor trance. illiam llnvo returned from a visit Mrs. J. D. Atkinson is visiting her to thoir sister, at Wotfo Coal In laid up for several days with a for camp tomorrow. T. J. Flan Indiana, where they will mako their Panola r Korby Knob, August 11. We are sprained ankle. Sho seems to be cry of BIuo Lick, is visiting ro- -; fnlurp home. es sister in Owingsvillo tills week. Breathitt County, and also to Mrs. J. W. Williams- - was called folks at Jackcon. Ewens. who has been sick having extremely hot weather at getting along slowly; her foot Is lalivcs at this place. Misses Flor- -i this time. Fairy Durham, daughter still in plaster of paris J. A. ence Mainous. Nellie Xeely, Gerof John and Mary Durham, aged Guinn, who was operated upon some trude and Ethel McPherson and 11 years, died August 4th, after a lime ago, is able to work a little Mary Campbell attended church at brief illness. She was laid lo rest now. W. II. Stephens sold lo 0. L. South Booneville last Sunday and in the family grave-yar- d near her Wren a nice bunch of shoals for took dinner with Miss Nettio honv Tho bereaved family have IC'iC. a pound. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Dooley. The Buck Creek Graded AT 9 O'CLOCK A. M., I WILL SELL AT our deepest sympathy. A baby girl Bullon went to Lexington last week School began August 5. The Rov arrived at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. to seo Mrs. Bullen's brother, who is I'resnell, of Booneville, led the deFrank Hatfield, August 10. Andy very sick. Wm. Rich has a Job votional exercises and gave a splenThomas and son, Floyd, visited his with the extra gang on the K. C. did patriotic address. Several visitbrother, John Thomas at Waco, Sat- It. n. Mrs. G. C. Thomas, of Lee ors wero present. The following urday night and Sunday. Waller, Gibson, is visiting homcfolks hero are tho teachers: Miss Elizabeth Ray, and Herbert Click have gono this week. G. V. Owens passed thru Scoville. of Lopana; Lucie Jones, of to Ohio to work awhile. Oran here today. T. C. Viars, of this London, and Carrie Jane Rowland, of Click's baby ha"s been seriously ill placo is very sick at this writing. this place. Miss Dora Bond, who, It is reported that the Rev. G. E. is staying at Corbin. spent from for the past week, but is improving. Rev. Lewis Van Winkle filled Childress, of Disputanta, had about Friday until Tuesday with her pa- his appointment at this place, Sat- $275 worth of hogs killed last week, renLs. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bond. She FOR J. L. BUTLER urday and Sunday, accompained by by lightning. Mama Todd, aged was accompanied by her little 9 years and 9 months, died at her neicc, Efflo Glenn Lunsford. Rev. Jim Harden of Rockcastle County, who delivered two interest- home. Julv 28. 1918. Sho was born ing sermons. A series of meetings October 3, 1832, in Madison County. MADISON COUNTY will begin at this place the fourth Sho leaves three children and a Blue Lick Will be sold in two or three tracts of ioo,, 1.20 or 140 acres, or as a: whole to- suit the Saturday night in this month. A number of grandchildren, besides BIuo Lick, Aug. 12. Tho meet- purchaser. Two sets of improvements. went a host of friends lo mourn her loss. ing at BIuo Lick was brought to a number of our Sunday-scho- ol LOCATIONr-Linco- ln She was seriously ill only a fow County, Kentucky,, near the Boyle. County line 5 miles 16 Mallory Springs for a picnic, on closo by a summons to the minister August 4th, and spent a pleasant days; tho causo of her death was of tho sudden nnd serious illness from Danville, 5 miles from Stanford, on the short pike running from Danville and Stanford asthma. Ilcr remains of his mother, Mrs. Ray, Aylcon pike to the Danville and Hustonville pike, one half mile from the Danville and Stanford day. Rev. Van Winklo will hold bronchial services at Durham Ridge the third wero laid lo rest in tho Scaffold Mainou3 returned from an extended pike. Saturday night, and Sunday. Mrs. Cano Cemetery. Sho united with visit in Owsley Counly, via Win DESCR1PTI0N:--Thi- s land is fresh and fertile and in a high state of cultivation. Henry Click and son, Charley, have tho Christian Church when quite chester, Paris and Lexington, ac .. o f 4t n.wl nf -- o pone to "Ohio to visit her mother young, and remained a faithful and companicd by her cousin, Kathleen rops as f iuiiuw.-u- 3 ui i.u..., " aii death. truo Christian until her who is ill. tiuvei. notner, of Vincent- - Thursday, Aug. acres 01 nempj 5 acres ui eutv pens uiu iuiuiuwf um.nikc m 15, the annual reunion of the John Sod this year Nearly all the Land in Cultivation Broken out of Blue-Gras- s Parrot son family will bo held as usual at GARRARD COUNTY Parrot, August 12. Several of tho 25 aches will be plowed ready for the purchaser to sow in wheat or other small grain. tho Big Spring, near Esquire JohnBorn-sta- dt boys aro at Altamont and East Paint Lick of 5 rooms, porches all around; 7 acre tobacco barn, 1M PROVEN! ENTS:-Bungal- ow hauling coal. A. B. Gabbard, Paint Lick, Aug. 12. Mr. and Mrs. son's. A card, announcing tho safo cribs, ice housey dairy house, large stock barn, stock scales, and other out buildings. Thy Charley Gabbard, and E. D. Arnold John Wynn of this place, Mr. and. arrival of Arch R. Flancry overacre tobacco and stod by his other improvements consist of a 5 room bungalow, porches, 7 left last Monday for Hamilton, 0. Mrs. Bennett Hoope, of Frankfort, seas, has been received Cistern, at each set of improvements. Born to Mr. and Mrs. II. 0. Cornelius, and Mrs. Ward, of Harlan, wero. In mother, Mrs. L. K. Flanery. Mrs. barn, cellar, smoke house and other out buildings. Also a tenant house, on last Friday night, a boy. Levi, Louisville, Saturday, to visit tho Al Wilson, of Booneville, has been Metal roof, on both houses. visiting relativdSMn this vicinity. Vr.rn,nt, nrnrl rl5viflf.fi intn ronvcnirnl fields. Rvi?rl nstirur vvnfir in ivvrv fiWL Greenbcrry, and Stevo Gabbard paid camp. A very sad message was their brother Andrew a visit last by Maurice Long, of this Housewives aro bu3ily cpgaged In Springs' are all equipped with large concrete water troughs. week. Richard Prices' have moved county, that his son, Roalhcr, who preserving grapes "and plums, the This land has been well taken care of and is ready to "punch." Seeing is believing. to Hamilton, Ohio. Wo aro having was in training camp in Louisiana, only fruit in this locality Frankio The land is gently rolling and easily cultint Camp Sherman, Look at the growing ciops and be convinced. some real August weather. Lewis had been drowned at a bath- Johnson, who is Located on one pike and half mile from two main pikes, the Knob Lick Tike and came homo on n threo days' fur- vated. Cunngim. has a very sick child. It ing beach. About three hundred the Danville and Stanford pike. is not expected to live. A boy and of the boys wero In tho water, but lough, to visit his aged parents. girl arrived at tho homo of Mrs nono saw him drown, and ho wasn't "Mothers know how sublimo fl This farm will sell to the high dollar. Ready to cultivate and pay for itself. strong." John Couch last Tuosday night. missed until tho noxt morning tiling it is lo suffer nnd bo ImA WHEAT CORN HEMP AND TOBACCO FARM Pheo Hillard and family visited at at roll call. The burial took place In Thcso words, penned by tho mortal Longfellow, must hnvo been Live Stock aad Farm Implements to be Sold Three fresh Jersey cows and calves; Wiley Wise's last Sunday nigh- t- Arkansas, as It was imposslblo to Several friends from other churches ship tho remains hero. Mr. nnd written especiatly for tho mothers two Poll Angus cows and calves; 1 Holstein cow and calf; 1 Hereford cow and calf, these attended tho funeral at this place, Mrs. Long received a beautiful let- - of soldiers In this great conflict. cows are all dandy milkers and fine butter cows. 15 head of extra yearling and two-yea- r Motherhood today is only synonyfive to eleven pigs each; 30 head of good stock hogs, But oven old cattle, 15 fine Duroc sows with mous with martyrdom. of Joy 125 to 150 pounds; 35 head of stock hogs, weigh about 100 pounds: 1 Fine Duroc Boar and martyrs experience thrills in suffering, knowing that great 8 brood sows ready to farrow; 1 six year old coach horse, good worker; 1 pair of extra good principles nrc being wrought out mules, wagon and harness, 1 sixteen hand horse mule, 1 six year old gray hiare mule, irrcat moral truths are bolng evoivca another extra pair of mules, wagon and harness; 1 pair of large 12 year old mare mules; 1 thru nconv. blood nnd tears of Deering binder; 1 new culti-packe- r, Good Light Bread and Biscuit cream separator, hog house, cattle troughs and a lot of mothers nnd their noblo gons. Mar can be made from other things. lyred mothers, put on your coroMoney and presents given away at the sale. Dinner on the ground. This will be nation robes, glittering with fire, Don t fail to attend, baturday, August 24th, is the date. remom'bor that thru suffering one of the big sales of the year. nnd moat comes tho strongest souls, tho masslvo characters, the sweetest Order a sack from your Grocer and be Convinced faith. It Is tho furnace that liquifies the gold, that brightens tho diamond, THE REAL ESTATE MAN OF LANCASTER, KY. that hardens tho clay and consume East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else j icv from llio Red Cross Chapter there. 8 Blck-soho- j ROBINSON HOSPITAL w, grand-daughte- ( ds ol kin-Jam- Saturday. August 24, 1918 240 ACRES OF LAND PUBLIC AUCTION Also a Lot of Live Stock, and Farm Implements 1- -2 3'"'"' iwu, 1- -2 ed Save Wheat for Our Soldiers POTTS' RYE FLOUR SW1NEBR0AD