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Devoted to ttie Interests of tlie IkgoujxteLln People BEREA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, AUGUST 22, 1918. One Dollar and The Citizen U. S. News MOSCOW FREED Knowlcdgo Is Powor and Iho way to keep up with modern Knowlcdgo Is to read a good. Newspaper. Fifty Cents Per Year. No. 8. Preparedness We have said much about preparedness in connection with the war and have found out that it is all true. Now we must talk about preparedness after the war. When it will end we do not know. Hut when it does stop we shall need to be at our be'st. The reconstruction will call for trained men along all lines. There will be great chances for those who are able and ready to do things. There is no chance about this, it is sure. Every boy and girl who is not absolutely needed in the work of war or at home must be in school. Our best leaders say this. The government says it.- Every sensible man knows it is true. If parents do not see for themselves what is best for the boys and girls the government will demand it of them. Our country must have a genand women. eration of trained-me- On August 14, Secretary McAdoo OF BOLSHEVIKI laid beforo tho Houso Ways and Means Committee, the Treasury Department's proposals lor I'xci'r-- s pro- Ancient Russian Capital to fits and war taxes. His plan, lie deBe in Hands of Social clared, would produco between SABERS U8ED BY SOLDIERS IN moro 300,000,(X)0 and $100,000,000 Revolutionaries. SUPPRESSING FOOD RIOTS' upthan the plan tentatively agreed t IN JAPAN. on by the committee. The achievement of tho American division, which, after driving tho GERMANS NEAR PETROGRAD Germans back twclvo miles, capment Unrest Extends To One Navy Army ofllccrs in Washington nro Has Aspect of tured Fismcs, has been matlo tho deexpecting a smashing blow to bo as Rich and the Qelsha Girls subject of a report to tho French livered against the enemy, cither In Report In Circulation That the Kaiser's Are Stoned. Quartier General by tho French Forces Have Seized Kronitadt I'landors or between tho Olso and army in which tho Arncricans fought. Diplomat From Moscow Have Soissons, as tho next phaso of tho Western Newspaper Union News Service, Arrived at Berlin. allied offensive. It is expected that Tokyo. There was sorlous Tlotlng According to a dispatch from Lonthe next phaso of tho Foch campaign In Tokyo. Mobs attacked and dam London, Aug. 19. Moscow Is now don, received last.wcck, tho British will bo different in character from In the power of the social revolution agtd property in tho business and districts. The rioters also en Government has issued a declaratin attacks that have preceded, arles (the said a theater recognizing tho tered and pillaged houses In Asakusa, tion, formally and il is that tho Huns will bo un- Stockholm dispatch In the Times. The number of automobiles is increasing in our comas an allied nation, tho great recreation resort ot the mid Czccho-SlovaThe situation at Moscow Is critical. able to mako the Hindcnburg line munity. They are good and useful. 'Fhey are time savof and tho three Czccho-Slova- k armies The soviet government has removed die and lower classes. A number avail in tho retreat. Gen. March wero wounded by the as an allied force, regularly waging healthful pleasure. In most cases they are ers and give the Russian national bank from Mos-- 1 the dlsurbers yesterday pointed out that General police. Troops have been called out war against tho Central Powers. handled with care and regard for the welfare and rights Pershing now lias 1,250.000 men un cow. It nearly every Important city in Ja German troops are dally expected to ..nn .. nnun1 B,ntnn nl. of others, but every day the speed law is violated by his command. der reach Petrograd, said the dispatch, ' American Consul General Poole, someone. and occupy part of the railway leading tLoujand workmen'there ar0 rlotlng ,n at Moscow, has recently thrown ., . , More people are killed in a year from automobile .v... conJuncllon wIth tno populace. At much light on the situation in the Hll., lu American airmen in eighteen Nagoya, uotod for Its manufactures Russian Capital. In dispatches to accidents than have been killed "among our soldiers thus American-bui- lt ... . , DcUaviland four planes, t equipped far in the war. Carelessness and violation of law is the with Liberty bolshevik! nt Moscow had fortified anil of porcolalns, a mob estimated to ag the Stato Department, ho says tho gregate 300 persons rioted. At several Bolshevik! violated the French and motors, successfully carried out tho occupied Kremlin palace.) cause for most of this. places the soldiers fired on the disBritish Consulates and arrested the reconnaissance flight on Ameri llrst The number of cases in our community has been few turbers. t can built machines behind tho GerGermans Seize Kronstadt? are increasing In citizens of the two countries, holdThe disturbances but there is always danger. Every daily paper has an man lines, returning without a loss, Paris, Aug. 10. Reports ore In violence. At Osaka during a demon' ing them as hostages. account of an accident somewhere, with lives lost or Ger- stratlon telegraph wires wore cut out according to advice to Secretary of circulation In Finland thnt tho bodies maimed. mans hnvc seized tho llusslan naval and several tramways were forced to Food riots in Japan aro tho worst War Hakcr, from Gen. fondling. port of Kronstnilt, according to a suspend service after several passen outbreak against constituted authoThere are many good reasons for slowing down. It Tho Houso Ways and Means gers had been wounded. Troops, In- rity in years, and newspaper comyesterday agreed on an 8 per Stockholm dispatch to Lc Matin. is better for the machine. It is more pleasant for the rider. d (Kronstnilt Is 20 miles west of cluding cavalry were called out to exemption, in addition to a cent It is good citizenship for it is an observance of a sensible nt the enstern extremity of the suppress the rioting and 25 policemen ment seems to indicate that tho Jpocillc $3,000 exempt io'i on the ex- Gulf of Finland. It wns the principal and many rioters were hurt. Five riots thruout tho country are an and useful law. cess profits of corporations, with a fortress of Itussln. Iteports received hundred persons were arrested. In expression of social unrest among 10 tax on all excess profits between through Oerwnny early In tho week outlying towns the people attacked the people. There was serious riotto tlie successful candidates in tho 8 and 20 per cent, and a CO per cent wero to the effect that Premier I.enln the police with bamboo spears. The ing in Tokio, Saturday night, mobs August Primary. This action was tax on all profits exceeding 20 per and War Minister Trotsky hnd fled to disturbances at Kobe resulted In the attacking and damaging property In Kronstnilt from Moscow. It wns ndded burning of a great, rice warehouse and business and taken aftdr tho commission can- cent. theater districts. thnt other departments of tho soviet several factories and bouses and a vassed the returns, all of tho counConscientious objectors at Camp government nlso wonld go there. large number of rice stores. The se Secretary While the German raiders Sherman aro being given furloughs ties having reported to exception riousness ot the situation led to a speMoving Bank From Moscow. The Ways and Means Committee of Stato Lowis, with tho Stockholm, Aug. 10. The Finnish cial meeting of the Cabinet, which faro chiefly engaged in sinking small in order to work on farms. of Calloway. Oillcials of Calloway of the lower House of Congress is news burenu nt Ilelstngfors says it decided to appropriate $5,000,000 for Ilshing schooners, American and Secretary Lewis now considering revenue legislation. hns received a report from I'etrogrnd purchasing stores of rice for dlstrl-thn- t British transports continuo to land About 300 civilians from Louis- County notified Impossible to got, Secretary McAdoo favors a flat wnr- measures have been taken for tho butlon nmong the people at a moder- - our soldiers in Franco al the rate of that it had been ville, other parts of Kentucky and ' prollt tax of 80 per cent. In a telo- - speedy transference of the stnte bnnk ate price. The Emperor, moved by 250,000 a month. If the Navy Departmany of whom aro tho County Election Commissioners gram to from Indiana, Chairman Kitchen, ho says:Urmd other stnto departments from the distress, has contributed 3,000,000 ment were being criticized for failth? return. well known, entered tho Field Ar- together to cam ass "It is my strong conviction that Moscow. Privnte freight and possen- - yen to the national rice fund. Street ing to sink tlio enemy raiders on Judge J. L. Dorsoy, tho successtillery Central Ofllcers Training gcr trafflCj.on the rallwnys has been cars aro being utilized In Tokyo by for tho Democratic the taxation of gciluine war profits suspended. aoldfers who distribute rlca In . dis ,Uii sidolof the Atlantic, Its roply School at Camp Zachary Taylor on ful candidate nomination for. Circuit Judgo in the Is tho only way to reach tho real tricts where the suffering Is reported. wouiu pronaDiy no ln'inai.yein. ino Ministers Arrive In Berlin. Thursday. Fifth District, failed to nio his pro-- 1 war proiltoering, and that it is at can como over hero and Washington, Aug. 10. The nulgnr-In- n The press joins In a tribute to the Emperor for his generous contribu maintain themselves for limited expense account with tho tho samo time n thoroly justifiable and Turkish ministers to itussln At n meeting on August 9, of fer- election tion, indicating the spirit ot the ruler reason, his) measure upon economic grounds as Tor commission, tilizer manufacturers, with repre- commission and notthis out. It well ns a certain and indispensablo have arrived In rterlln from Moscow, and the wealthier classes, but the periods, and they can flndsomo-tliin- g was sent according to nn olllclnl dlspntch from to sink, if the German newspapers Govsentatives of tho Kentucky Council was signed and will bo mailed to( producer of a large part or tho re-- ti France. Quoting tho Munich Neuste ernment for generally blame the being is on bent Its tardy remedies. The admiralty of National Defense and the agrirevenue, Nnchrlchtcn, tho dlspntch says the i in receipt of his expense ac- - quired conservative newspaper, JIJ1 Shtmpo, so foolish as to scatter the subcultural .extension department of count.on "The patriotic producers of Amcri- - Oermnns nre great ly disappointed nt especially criticises the Government, marine forco it could keep concenStato University, gave assurance of not being nble to depend upon the bol- saying that as llonald C. Oldham, Democrat, of ca should be content if one-fifot Its policy that the supply of fertilizer will he Winchester and A. T. Silcr, Repub- their war profits are secured to shevik rule. Tho pnper acknowledges the nation flndsa result in the throes trated against tho British Isles. Itself But, evidently, the transport service thnt the soviet government wns ample to meet tho requirements of ot insurrection. lican, of Williamsburg, wero present them, especially when wo reflect is being well protected. of ftdequntely protecting the increased wheat production, and Hodman Keenen, that the men who are fighting and flermnn embnssy nnd snys that tho at the meeting. Bone-Dr- y Goes American Navy. that prices will be stabilized. chairman of tho commission, was1 dying in Franco to savo the liberties sltuntlon In Itussln Is onnlogous to the If, by wartime "restrictions," the Washington. Tho navy went "bone-dry.- " of those who stay at homo and who one In which the entente nmbnssadors unablo to bo present. Under a general order Issued drinking of alcoholics by men and Henry Watterson Ends Active Work, The ilnnl vote as canvassed by make it possible for them to con- find themselves nt Archangel. by Secretary Daniels, Intoxicating llq- - women in Great Britain has been reas Paper is Sold tinue in business, are limited to uors can not be sold or served to offl- duced 83 per cent, vastly to tho adthe commission follows: Ky. Tho Louisvillo Louisville, For United States Senator, Ollio ?.T.H5 per year for their services and HONORS FOR RED CROSS MEN cors or enlisted men of the naval es- - vantage of an ovcrsoaked nation as Courier-Journ- al and tho Louisvillo tabllsbment under the application ot all admit, tho benefit to bo derived W. 1 Kimball, havo to give their blood in tho bor- M. James, Ot.tJGO; Times, held by W. N. Haldeman and 3,7tW, Demk-orntItalian Authorities Decorate Amerl- -' the previous regulations covering Hen L. Jlruncr, gain his sous and Henry Watterson sinco as Reward for "Excellent Con- - strlcted zones around naval camps from cutting out tho remaining 17 "If tho American railroads had not 21.710; U. I. Hethurum, 18,370, Ilo- atul stations. The order reads: "Out- - per cent ought to bo beyond argu-mtiduct" In Fighting on Mont Grappa. tho foundation of tho two papers, publicans. been operated Wjth success, tho It is called "solving" the side of said zones (restricted zones havo passed into tho hands of Judgo whole transport movement might dripk problem in Great Britain, how Itnllan Headquarters In Northern around navat camps and stations), Ilobort Worth Bingham, of Louis- THE CITIZEN LOOKS GOOD TO have failed, because it was essential Aug. 10. Several members of cohollc liquor, Including beer, ale and ever, to make tho country only 83 ville. to quick transportation that tho, the Ameriran Red Cross ambulance wlne either alone or with any other per cent sober in war time. That NORMAN IMRIE Henry Watterson ends his active "Somewhere Here," July 21, 1918. troops should be ready for tho ships.' service have been decorated with the' article, shall not directly or Indirectly is, of course, a gain to bo thankful connection as editor of tho Courier-JournDirector General McAdoo seems Itnllnn wnr cross for excellent conduct! 00 M bartered, given, served or for, but what will happen to it when To Editor of "Citizen," but will continuo to sorvo Ky. justified in his statement that while on Mont Qrnppn early In June. The knowingly delivered to any officer or peace comes if tho big distillery Bcrca, of the naval forces, within the men decorated were Cnpt. It. W. Dates in an advisory capacity. W. H. I do not know to whom I am in- - Iho development of tho policy of the of Cambridge, Mass.; John Cloud of United States, their territories or pos- interests get activo again in party Haldeman, editor of tho Times, with- debled for tho frequent visits of Railroad Administration requires St. Louis ; Joseph Wldner of New York, sessions, or any place under their con- politics and the average Englishdraws from that connection with Tho Citizen, to my billot in this lime. Progress has been mado trol, except when administered tor man suddenly remembers tho nnd James Baker of Minneapolis. passage of control of tho paper to medical purposes by or under the dicountry. Its familiar dress ward tho goal. of his Magna Charta right Judge IlinghaiiL ot a regularly licensed physi- to boozo? and general character, speed mo TO BF INDEXED rection CASUALTIES was founded Tho Courier-Journ- al cian or medical officer of the United back on magic wings to bee" astonished at States." in 1808 by W. N. Haldeman and whoso recollection the dust of years1 r"e worItI SENATOR MAY NOT RECOVER (Arrangements Made by War Depart-t 'o Henry Whttorson through tho con- has begun to settle. i For that; ,liprsgreat m.mbcr of ,Wican ment Will Afford Quick lnfo- Population Starving. papers. Tho Europe in tho transported to Austria's solidation of threo to .nomnrv. I thank vou matlon for Relatives. Loudon. Turnips, weeds, nettles Reports as to the Condition of United Timos was founded in 1885. .. .....,if .....i i. ..ii. Mm last half year. Tho number now States Senator Ollle James of mill, un in duii uuu uiuiiivi, wviiiii approximates 1,500,000 and tho loss and an occasional sick dog costing $25 ".-U- nder a Plan form Kentucky Are Conflicting. Washington Aug to whom I Tclny Iho copies the chlef food t0T tno great buIk "t"0 ' transporting them has been WHICH OCVi tmi J JHnt nuu QUIKUUU ininr'nat Mm Bruner's Lead Over Bethurum Placed we ,ih. luiniilatlnn ac nf Oeneral Oorgas begun framing, It la cording to a comprehensive review al"'09t nn.illos.mrt. at 3,373 Korea Honor Roll, and discern there- off Baltimore. Md.. Aug. 10. Only con 1 wh f1' W0Jmv" proposed to so completely Index sol- the economic situation in the dual dieting reports could bo hud us to the 8,,cco" Tho State Election Commission in the fruit of training, whoso ring- moved our troops from the scattered diers mentioned In casualty lists that monarchy by a frontier correspondent condition of United States Senator (Contlnmd en Tie roar) has issued certificates of election relatives may get camps in this country nnd across Immediately upon detailed Information of the Dally Express. Thousands ot OUto James of Kentucky, who for Inquiry at the war deaths occur weekly as a result ot more than two months bus been a pa3,000 miles of ocean, to tho battlo TO OUR READERS CONTENTS depnrtment. Such Information now Is at Johns Hopkins hospital. any renson you nro not re- front, is great evidence of American brought from Friihco by couriers leav- under feeding or actual starvation. The tient Insist that Senator James' conIf for economic situation in Germany Is' de-- 1 your Citizen regularly, ellloiency. Wo havo not only sur- ing every seven days. PAGE 1. Editorials, World News4 ceiving scribed as almost equally bad. It Is dition Is "unchanged" und thnt his sitprised our enemies; wo have surplease notify us at once. uation Is not serious. On the other declared to be doubtful If Austria-ARMStato News. prised our friends and ourselves. NUI SUNK Hungary can last another winter with- - hand, according to some who havo THANbrUHl empire-wid- e PAGE 2. Red Cross Grenades. The British controller of shipping, hunger revolution- - wen tho Kentucky statesman wtthln If you aro pleased with Tho j out an Items of interest Concerning Citizen, tell others; if you nro not, Sir Joseph Maclay", speaks of this Officials Deny Foolish Rumor That thei A few ounces ot indigestible bread, the pust few days, Senator James' conLeviathan Had Been Destroyed weeds and nettles called "spinach sub- - dition Is very gruve. movoment across tho sea as "a War Activities. T. F. Coylo tell us. by the Enemy. stltute," constitute the dally dole tor Thrilling Letter. transport miracle." Wo havo been Writos Lenlne and Trotzky Plans Flight. which tens of thousands ot Vienna Has your subscription expired? inclined to attribute this acievo-me- nt move London. The PAGE 3. Serial Story. New York, Aug. 10. A rumor cur- - men, women and children are scram-ren- t solely to our Navy and our Why not renew nt onco? hero that tho tirmy transport Le- - bllng. Factories are Idle. The work ment In Russia is growing rapidly. PAGE 4. Locals and Church Nows. The Dolshevlk Soviet organization has shipping, but tho Dritish controller vlathan hud been torpedoed has not ers have not the strength to work. virtually gone to pieces, and Nikolai Olllclal sources say PAGE 5. "Notes by tho Way" by i Wo havo several interesting lct- - speaks in high praiso of the sharo been continued. ?u.d L,e?n MTrot,1 81nono ,nd Yelling f'en!'!e!he Lne I'rofessor Dodgo. Ucrea Folks lers from our soldier boys in tho tho American railroads had in tho no attack on tho Levlutlmn has been B hu War MlnhUex. reported to them. Marine sources transport carry, Vladivostok at Chautauqua; An Honorable paper Mils week. Do not fail to work. Ho says: Oermany should the situation become ,. -- The of the ru- - , here have no confirmation ninon nt Amrirn Career. Meeting of Kentucky read them. mor. which Is evidently untrue. troops arrived here after an unovent-- l 00 rlona. according to recent RusIndiana Social Workors. und 8afety First. voyage ot seven and a half Ml SSTpShUS Must Save 60,000.000 Ton. of Co... Head what our advertisers say " , P Dolbcrt Cook Writos. A grocer who was troubled with tho even the from Manila. The men wero In excel-Washington, D. C.-- Not this week. It will pay you. oftoothache determined to have the PAGE 6. Farm and Homo Deparmost drastic restrictions and closest lent spirits and crowded tha rails and fender extracted; but there being no economies will prevent a coal short rigging, cheering and being cheered by tmentsCincinnati Markets. Thought ItT dentist ueur, he resolved to do th Job Who'd Begins With the Individual. winr. it is feared by offl the men of the allied warships In thei Lesson. PAGE 7 Sunday-scho- ol To reform a world, to reform a na- himself; whereupon he filled tho iai. f h Pnni Administration. The harbor. Tho crowds on the waterfront, neform Is the work of reason slowly ot awakening from the lethargy of Ignowith powder, but being ufrald Items. State, Fair tion, no wise man will undertake; and Y.M.C5.A. shortage, though It will be In bltumln- - appeared amaied at the noisy entry all but foolish men know that tho only to touch It off, he put u slow match to ous supply affecting manufacturing, the Americans, as contrasted with that rance, gradually acquiring confidence Nows. solid, thouch a far slower reformation. It, lighted It, and then run around will be felt In some degree, by the ot their less demonstrative allies, In her own strength, nnd ultimately tridominion of prejuPAGE 8. Eastorn Kentucky News. Is what euch begins and perfects on the corner to get out of the way, domestic consumer unless the country Groups of Czechs about the docks umphing over the dice and custom. i Exchange, Advertisements. himself. T. Carlyle. manages to save between 60.000,000 , were vociferous In thei welcome, and 60,000,000 tons. Stores are Pillaged in Tokio, Japan World News Yard-Move- The Speed Law ks V. T 4 .,.,.. Com-mitt- eo pet-rogm- Kentucky News U-b- oat ) th - s s; nt. al, sac-redn- "s : bn AiiHtHa-Hmiirarv'- s w'' Thy-tilclni- is ' ,, ' fPX8 Big RUy of Bright Young Folks. Berea, September 11th Page Two. DARE DEVILS OF WAR Bjr TUB CriTJEN August 22, 1018. y IN FLANDERS FIELDS RED CROSS NEWS GRENADES An Answer The )'coiid wnr fund subscripHenry James Buxton BURYING GERMANS THEY HAVE KILLED MARINES (An answer to tho beautiful poem tions in Uio country now amount lo "Where is MUe Charlie Ginsberg?" by Limit Col. John McCrae.) $170,5118,158. This question was asked by an To keep llio boys hnppy, Hit) In Flanders fields Uio cannon boom American soMier Just after a red-h- ot American lied Cnm contributed And fitful flashes light tho gloom, engagement with the Huns, Wlillo up above, liko eagles, fly $230,000 to tho Commission on TraintvrUiwest of Chateau Thierry. Tlio llorco destroyers of Uio sky; ing Camp Activities. "The last I sow of Charlie," said The Italian Crowt of Wnr was With slalin, tho earlli wherein you a Yankee, "ho was chunking grenllo American lied ades ami Urkling Huns with his imen lo Iwunly-oii- o nws Ainliiiinncn uriuTS lor iiibu-- I Is redder Ihan llio poppy bloom knife. He had a ring of dead trench ii In Flanders fields. grade scrvlco and hrnvory, 1Kb around him. I guess Char. Loiis, Frnnrn, lind lo Imvii n Sleep on, yo brave. Tho lie bas clicked It, and we will never shrieking 'second dispensary Two thousand henr him whistle any more." Char-li- d shell, i Ginsberg was the company's ns'dlatlons have been held in tho Tho quaking trench, tho startled yell, snaspet of optimism. He always f rst one slnco iU eslnbllslimenl. Tim fury of tho baltlo hell Bowling greens have been estabhod a good laugh ready and he could Shall wnko you not, for all is well. lished by tho American Ilcil Crosi whistle like a canary. On still Sleep peacefully, for nil is well. nights Charlie's whistio made even n Hie tulioreuloils linrrncks of Paris 1 help tench tho patients tho the Boebe forget to snipe and just Your (laming toroh aloft wo bear, (.f fresh nir and recreation. With burning heart, an oath wo listen. There was a pretty good wh ' M"l American prisoners of war back of the Boche wire, too, swear and sometimes he would Join in and depend exclusively on tho food fur- To keep tho fnllli, to fight It thru, then there was a duet. nished tlfem by tho Wnr nnd Navy To crush the foe or sleep wjlh you Before Private Charlie Ginsberg Departments thru tho American In Flanders fields. went to killing Huns he was a new-s- ie Red Cross at Berne, Switzerland. C. H. Oalbrcath. In Now ork. Six days ami iiIkIiIs of continuous "Woll. what are we going lo do Keeping up with Sammy Is n fast ton bardtnent and tho women canteen workers of tho lied Cross, sta- Knmo ijliese days; but It's worth about ii, hold a funeral service?' inquired one of the Yanks. tioned at Kpernny. south of lllielm. trying to play. ".Vothlng elso lo do as I can see," stayed at their poL. feeding anil Pack up your earnings in Liberty ' saM another. Bonds, nnd smile, smile, smile. t.irinir for tho wounded soldiers. Just then there was a crackling Loss l ni'nl States marines in Wance burjlDg the bodies of mqi of 'be Geru au tbejr k.Hed In tbe flshtlng neu raids, of sleep, tho result of nir A dollar saved may bo a victory in the bushes to the right of the Chateau Thierry. is a serious hindrance to the won. American position. nurses. So a chateau, six Jnilos Cold steel will win the war if A score of ..Yankee rifles were from Paris, far enough out to be it's barked with yellow gold. GEORGIA SAMPSON'S STAKE A STRIKING CONTRAST THRILLING XETTER FROM grained on the spot immediately. fairly immune from bombing, has Three cheers yea, thrco million T. F. COYLE Then something happened which There are lve children in the been found for them. Tired nurses, cheers for the boys who aro chasing 71,8 vasl difference between made the Yanks lower their rifles. Georgia Sampson, who when they do pet off duly, can rest Hun heels back from (ho Western The following letter was received family of It was Charlie, wearine a helmet Christian Civilization and Germany belter keep righl on washes clothes and windows and fairly well in this now rofuge. that looked like a wash boiler. He barbaric Kuttur is strikingly set by Mrs. R. R. Coyle, from her son, floors lo earn a living for herself and The. American Red Cross," writos front. But between cheers, wo'd the following letters-o-ne since (he great fight in which the had his bayonet pressed asrainst the rrlh the live and to make life rosier for one soldier, "everywhere we go, likely lo wear out another pair of spine of a tall Hun, who had both written by the immortal Lincoln to Americans turned the German of- her patrons. has miliistered to us, both as a shoes apicco before they march Into a mother who had given five sons fensive into, a decidedly rapid rebands upraised. There is no ono to help with the medical and supply unit. I know Berlin. evidently in "It's me. bovs," shouted Charlie. n the cause of freedom during the treat. Mr. Coyle was living, because Jim, Georgia's ami- one case in particular, where a Red "I ain't kilL an' I bagged a good Civil War; the other written by the the thick of the battle. able husband, saw fit to wander too Cross man lost over twenty pounds EIGHTY HOSTESS HOUSES ARE German Kaiser to a German mother, one dis time." July 21, 1918. MAINTAINED far into the turbulent stream which in weight, looking after us. Up all NOW BT He rave his prisoner a prod with wn had sacrificed nine sons on the appealed to his sportsman instincts day and up all night waiting for THE Y. W. C. A. autocracy's Dear Mother: alUr of Moloch to gratify his bayonet and commanded: reliefs to come in from the trenches Perhaps you read of the big of- and it carried him off his feel. I'ifty-on- o Hostess Houses havo "Now, Dutchie. we'll have the Star ,Uil for blood and world empire: While she was hanging out a line is not an easy job. by any means 1" fensive the Germans started toward Lincoln's Letter Spancled Banner." It is tho aim of all the ouvroirs, been opened in tho United Slates, e, full of snowy-whilwet clothes tho thn-yoDear Madam: I have been shown Paris on July 14. The 30th was in Both Charlie and the. Boche purs- employer was help- or sewing rooms of thho American nnd throe in Franco within Department, front and caught the center. It is other day, her files ol War ed their lips and then began the in Red Cross in Italy, to cut tho pat- by tho War Work Council of the Naing her and getting Uio statement of the adjutant general known now that we went thru the value of Georgia's conversation at terns of tho garments mado with as tional Board of tho Young Women's sweetest whistling duet the sol- f Massachusetts, that you are the worst artillery lire ever known in Besides Association. diers had heard in many a long day. little waste as possible, but it is Christian to French the same time, and the question of ,lhe boast of Uio ouvrolr at Pa- Iheso completed houses thcro aro Before the pair had whistled two mother of five sons who have died the war, according household expenses arose. stanzas of the Yankee battle hymn, flloriously on the field of battle. I authority, there is no doubt about "It takes right smart lot of hust-li- lermo, Italy, that afler their expert at tho present tlrno in this counthe Yanks had tumbled Charlie eel how weak and fruitless must be it. On July 14, midnight, until now," Georgia commented thru cutter has finished with a bolt of try 20 buildings in Iho process of words of mine which should, morning, they worked over a hunGinsberg had barged the whistler the clothespins in her mouth, "lo cloth, there is hardly a scrap an erection. attempt to beguile you from the dred batteries on us, then they do everything Mr&Ioscphus Daniels, Chairman of the German trenches. that's gotta bo done. inch squaro left. ol a ,05s 80 overwhelming. But crossed the river in masses, boats Battle Creek Enquirer. What with payin' for my Liberty Three or four girl, daughters of of tho Quanlico and Camp HumphI cannot refrain from tendering to and bridges. We had two com- Bonds and buyin' what wo gotta cat. soldiers at the front, aro employed reys Hostess Houso Committee, reyoa the consolation that may be panies on river, two about a half at tho ouvrolr, stuflling rag dolls cently look Miss Gertrudo Mayo, it keeps me sure busy." MOTHER OF TWO SOLDIERS found in the thanks of the republic mile back, and I was with them, with tho threads and edges care- supervisor of construction, Miss "That's splendid of you to buy a WORKS AS CALKER IN they died to save. I pray that our our men on the river were com- bond," her companion said. "I fully gathered in the cutting room. (Catherine Budd, architect of tho A VANCOUVER outnumbered may assuage the pletely surrounded, Heavenly Father know that it must be a good deal for These littlo girls then make a dresi National Board, and Miss Kalhcrlna SHIPYARD j" anguish of your bereavement and from 5 to 10, to one. for each doll, and when thcro Is Veddcr, supervisor of Hostess Houses you to try." n onlJ cherished mem-Was- h, We were in a little woods about "Lawsy, me 1" she exclaimed. "I a sufficient number, they aro given of the South Atlantic Field, to Ouan-- I the 'shipard at "Vancouver, Jn loved and lovst and ten acres, very thick; there was not got morc'n one, and I'm goin' to take to the babies at tho creche, or ico and Camp Humphreys, whero there is a woman who is or oi mnst he 0UTt 10 a tree left at morning. After their another one this time. Course, you nursery, and to the sick children at they placed contracts for Uio new working successfiUly as a calker.1 soIemn Pnd6 Mrs. G. R. Underwood, who has two b4Te ,ald s0 cosU a "cr'fi" P" troops crossed, their artillery quit see, I gotta take more'n some people the pavilion, who aro rccoiving Hostess Houses to bo erected in tiring on us, but continued on our on account of havin' more children." medical attention. those camps. Tho houses will be sons in the United States Army, the a,ur of re.edm'T companys in back until noon. Of The Kaisep ready for full scrvico September I. overseas, determined to both now "On account of having more chilHis mai" course, their attack was general all dren? I should think they would seek a place where she could serve It would be a crimo to minimize country to the best advantage. that ou have "enfieed nine sons along the Southern front they ex- be an excuse for you not to take tho victories of our boys over her thcro. EDISON'S SON WITH TANKS therland In the pected to go several miles toward any I" in defen!e ot and she found employment with a His Jetjr is Paris many surrendered when they Georgia stopped hanging petti- But it would bo very dangerous lo Pres4nt war- shipping corporation. minimize tho distanco to Berlin, too. "On one occasion, when her four mensely graUfied at the fact, and in found men "left" on our side of the coats and planted her hands on her Tho moro ardently wo gavo and recognition is pleased to send you river. assistants failed to appear for work, hips. serve, tho more quickly will tho his Photograph, with frame and We got about five hundred Mrs, Underwood alone managed the "Why, Mrs, Lewis, I'm surprised. to prisoners. If any German got You know what would happen to Hun liavo old subsido nnd surrender. machine and kept the supply flow- - autograph signature, days, when wo asked In tho Tne woman l whom ,he above back, they hid and swam the river (he ing steadily out to the men in you. if Undo tho baker for half n dozen buns, ,elt?r was senl has s,nce bccome a later. This is one of the few big our children, don't yards, so that no calker had to wait Lawsy, ho'd likely throw in n couplo extra, in lne slreets ot drives that was ever stopped com- Sam didn't win this war? for t( for his oakum," said the head of the it wouldn't hurt me so much 'cept if wo stood well with him. How pletely. Their artillery prepara- just my feelin's, of course 'causo corporation. -- She works until she Pelmenhors-Oldenbur- g. well doe Undo Sam stand with us? tions were perfect and I don't know I won't be here so awful long anyis ready to drop. The vision of those stopped, or how. Bui my childreal, I just If ho asks us for half a dozen bilhow their infantry was two magnificent boys is constantly INSIDIOUS HUN PROPAGANDA lion, shouldn't wo llirow in a ininininK how I happen to be here. We are wouldn't want to leave 'em on this before her, and she feels that every nnnnnnnnnnnj couple of extra billions Just for ppnnt nnnM nBBnBBBBBJ knMdBnBn back now and probably will be for earth at all. if that there Kaiser stroke she puts in. safeguards them Encouraging the feeling that the good mcasuro? lnjnnjL3y, 1 j?HEnnnnnnnj some time. "over there." won. I should think everyone would war will soon be ended, now that I lost everything I had except my feel the same. Sure they do. Well absolutely the Yanks are in the field in force mandatory ono big HHtlnlBlnHlnlnLlnlnlnInK and taking the offensive, is one of an u, i jai.. oj cuuer uiusum men, me more cnuaren i goi, uon i thing preparation in ndvnnco, FIRING FROM HIGH POINTS the most insidious and effective up or blown up, I don t know which.' that mean that tho more I ought to Our boys at the front havo found forms of present day Hun propa- My property was of considerable give to help win it? I got flvo of the answer lo tho old riddlo which ganda. And almost every day, you value (a gold Gillette, etc.), but( my own flesh and blood at slake in sought to ascertain what mado more hear it. in most cases, unconscious- it couldn't be helped; everyone els! this war, even if they aro too noise than a pig under tho gale. For the is in Uie same fix. you should havei young to fight in it. I guoss that Tho answer a bocho yelliiiK "knme- - tnVeMflilnVl'SlelnlnnlflinB ly being put forth. average person who advances this seen us coming back: no equipment, means I'm goin' to give evoryUiing rad." under n Yankeo bayonet. idea, and possibly really believes it, no mess kits or cups, clothes torn,1 1 can to Uncle Sam. so he'll win it When our boys get their feet wet is unconsciously playing the Hun tired and worn out but no one kick- - for em, don't it?" in the Rhine, It will bo tho Kaiser game. He is just as unconsciously ing. Of course, most of the horses who'll catch the cold. a Hun victim; one who is later to were killed, and we lost several of BOOKS PROVIDED FOR TROOP be rudely awakened, disappointed. our travoling kitchens, but anyTRAINS Which body along the line feeds the 30th. THE POCKETS and possibly disheartened. Departing troop trains are lo huvo In that pocket In France, that half is exactly what the Hun propaganIf I am not badly mistaken, there million of Huns dists desire. The end of the war is'nt will bo a few decorations on the j libraries. Arrangements havo been llmlr regiment Hag. When Gen. Mangan i"od wth the Y.M.OA, wlwrony Had rwilli'Ctcil thnir iwm-.l.in sight, by any means I shells and thoir guns. Only in one short sector along the disrovere.1 that Ihe German drive camp librarians aro to piaca on Swiss border is the fight on Ger- was completely stopped. Rrench- - board tho trains books put up in Their hearts set on going, tho wnr Germany still holds American reports run. man soil. forces from Chateau boxes similar to Uiose now in ivs nearly all of Belgium, a great broad Thierv. north, made a bier attaok; by tho American Library As sou i a For a Paris week-enso to speak. tion for its overseas service, the section of northern France, thous the papers are fulrof that now. But before tho big party, our Yank ands of miles of Russia, and her Everything is O. K. and I am War Ubrnry Bulletin reports The boys stepped In .CA. sends a representative on control of the Balkans is absolute getting a good rest. I think tho And with poilus nnd Tommies. Wtllliim U ICdUon, the second ton of Before the end can come, all this war will be over pretty soon. Tho e?oh tr0P 4l,ram1 an? Tliomnu A. Edtwn, who U following la caused Hcinlo to spin of 0,6 AX-A- . boot bolej' must be wrested from her. The German soldiers have a srsat res- - char hit futtit'r'i footitep at far aa librarian en route. Local LGIear about in his tracks and starl rhnnlcal gonlun It coucrned, has me finish must be fought out on German rux.i tnr ih AmnHoan. h..nha of "Un? coback for Berlin Unele Sam isn't deluded. iuniv in n him,ird soil. 8nr. librarians are urged to place maga- - And thepockotwasbaro in a week. llided In the Uutted State Tank corpe Noon lr?,lns tavine thelr cities Veither is England nor France. urtcr an officer's conimlilon. render to a mere handful of men. zine3 where is preparation for greater I saw about forty men lake ono or l)a5S,n U,ru Ul0m- In the pockots at homo, wo havo Ho reported at Fort Slocum to be nnd after a five-da-y rest he effort than ever before diminish billions of gold hundred and seventy-fiv- e prisoners T,' daily average production of wh t'nelo Sam is planning right in one bunch. Their soldiers had L'nlted States Army rifles was brok- - We've collected for labor or things tank sent to OtfttTiburf. PaH where the n? cori U trained. This It the r w t raise SI6.ftM.0TO.000 for the ben told we were British, when e" the week ending June 129, an that we've sold. oud ttniu that bo ha lerved In tho next year's war expenses. Planning they discovered who was on this averago of 10.12 rifles a day of a And the ohannols into which that iirtuy of tbo I' tilted Statoi. At the age t increase the army to nge ot iilnetcvu he vnllsted In the Flni polf might bo rolled side of the river, thoy either threw modilled Enfield and Springfield ncn Getting ready to carry th uo their hands and veiled "Karaerad" type being maintained. In addition Would bo harder to count thnn regiment, V. S. volunteer enjtnwrf. with n corporal's rating, during the fight home to the Hun. the sands. or threw down their rifles and spare Parts equivalent to several war. He 1 now ion't believe this ran, yelling "American." Of eourso thousand rifles and several thousand thirty-eigh- t )ar old. aik of an early finish. Don't be the light was pretty hot in places Hussian rifles were manufactured. But bofero any rolls lot our Yanks over hero if the Hub doesn't Uo. Alabama. Tennessee. Louisana. uronanco iwpariment nai Sv as to be ci?d t firing from a disparaged Why th Colors Vary. height, either from aircraft, hlllildes or hri w up the sponge before he Genrgia, and Arkansas will bo pretty produced 2.014,815,581 cartridges, Gather round from Iho front and tho Pure wuter. nrcordlng to Lord sides awl tho rear soldiers, ra-hAmountain. thes American maenme the Rhine. Whenever you strongly renreseHted In the regi- - io.'JU mies ana ket3 aro omplied or Raleigh. Is greenish blue, while puro mounted In a tower at the ground hear talk of tab sort, explain wha: mogt guns since me uniieu aiaias oniereu Till tho ujr In blue, because, uoeordlnc to New. bow. emptied as near icaow. Austin, lex. are nnng ai asj .. ,no war 11,8 Ua"y ew,lut ef car-inirlhn ton's dictum, the molwul of the air Kt Pvor pigeon to attain accuracy of tiring- - oo As the need of our Unalo demands. ore nutllclently large your savings aeeeonl for the Fnnrth lrWfc'a3 ,S Mw to roiled blue a moving target. Coyle. F. A. M. Corrlgan. riys. Liberty Loan. 1 ler 1 war-worki- ng ar ever-present n', lee e" j" br EB I j r II Mi d, , -- Hun-inspir- ed SpanUh-Aiuerlca- n eiio T. To Beat the Germans Now and Later We Must Have Education August 22, 1018 TUB CITIZEN saved tlio lives of thousands' of pollu nnu Tommies nnd It la Inrgcly due to them thnt tho French are now nhlo to bent Fritz nt hi own game and give back shell for shell nnd Uicn sonic. CHAPTER My fore, when cnuse V. Pago Three I ark With the Wm" pal Drown, of whom I spoko be hnd been put In tho Infantry ho enlisted In tho Legion, be- he hnd served In tho United Stntes Infantry. He soon became n sergeant, which hnd been his rating In tho Amcrlcnn service. I never saw him In the trenches, becnuso our out- fits wcro nowhero near ench other, but whenever wo wcro In billets nt the snmo time, wo were together ns much t0 yourself a little beauty thnt can cry ns possible. send a shell every two sec- EX'GUNNER AND CHIPP Drown was n funny enrd nnd I never on'1'' for flvo In,,es nn(1 morp. J'ou saw anyone else much like hlrn. A wnnl 11 ,0' nml Inm' on Frit'', vest ,m,ton cvpry time. There Is nothing big, tnll, fcl- low, never snylng much nnd slow In 1 ,lko better thnn n Run, nnywny, nnd KO,x GUERRE everything ho did or snld you would 1 ,lnve "over since been entirely sntls-nevthink he amounted to much or ttt(i w,tn anything less thnn a "7G." 1 would crnwl out to shelf craters or wns wnrfh Tiln nlt Tim (mm i,DA.t n As Tnu nmhnhlv knnw iht nrm...1m 8VN0PSI8. y tree stumps or holes thnt they hnd call him "Glni-pr- " artillery In this wnr In nn wii!,.iv mn.. Itrnu-hii, FlAV7Rn I AHwrt N. Dfpeir. author spotted during the day In other Count of Ills red hnlr nml liln .Inn. rated that tho minnern nnvpr aoa llinlr A Regular Hall of Shrapnel Fell. words, places where they could (To bcTcontlnucd) i, tnrcets tht.n imntmn ,fliur n1 ii? t'.ni! tlnln the enemy pnrnpets but could not see mnvrmpntn. Tint ! tvnnt.i m.n ..... buildings, tinlesa even C pe"jr be prise on you every once In n while, offlcer' r"-- : and Linn"" then It Is rare. So, 1 couiu szra,T-rcen on. seen themselves. ... ..... nvco iiiu Thrt Onco In nnnitlnn. I itv tl.la vuyj ...... i. ' uiah uu iuuivu IIIU Willi. alneo nn nrlllnPV oOi.. Orf fhlnr T f0,T they would make themselves comfort CIIAlTKIl H-,'nenly artillery One morning nbout dnwn we " he soon after h I. honorably alien" dowri wnKn lliat haA Jus' t ht0ctn' able, smenr their tin hnts with dlrt.L,,. ifir n il frirmiirn u mi .T." denend nn FraSce nvr, and " i la . - was toppling over wiien my get n good rest for their rifles nnd he Dlxmudc piles of with a determination h.toaalla for cnllaU stone and brick at,a-. direction.'.. cauglit It. Tho driver Jumped ..... t.snlne everr Oermnn tl.nv nw Th uro ",'??" ' There wns plenty of food In the wore extra bn,ln!o..r, m his seat nnd while he wns In the aTV.,c? 10 i' 'V f .nr,,.;" uiiiy uiuiua una norscs " ovi-ii. . ... trenches most of tho time, though onco ""i"""" aiiutneu to rnvn nrtii- hi. hnml from unit. The n.rp.nnes nro eau.pped -nl In n while, during n henry bombard '?? u.". I shoulders do uuw" ciiioriue oi lime, iinriicd wire, nmmu-- 1 wlln wireicss, nut nlso slgnnl by ', , ment, tho fntlgue usunlly n corporal's i Ti a .i nnu n'tmn. etc. It wns n good thing we smoko nnd direction of flight, while not know what kind. This wns enough British Get Two Pounds a Month. " r re" guard would Ret killed In the com- VISllilo tnrgets nild Other times they I for mo, bo bnck to the dugout. At l.nt n.n tho tinllnnna lisi tnlonlinnoQ Were nnt minnnHllnni Tim rK munication trenches nnd we would not potted Huns by guesswork. French Pound and Half, How tho Germans did It I do not Usunlly nhndows nlone tho walls mn.l m fnoi servers havo mnns nnd nowerfnl havo Umo to get out to tho fatigue nnd glnsses nnd enmcrns. Their mnps are know, but they had found out nbout they crawled bnck Just beforo dnv- - shnky sometimes. Italians One Pound. rescuo the grub they were bringing. thatV road and . opened flro at exactly . nnm. n marked off In 2ones to mrivsnnnd with -Bometlmes you could not find either llcht. hut sometlnips thnr wer . nut 1i . FInnllr rtrntcn . nt,l. ; ... ..J rr.1' .; ino moment wnen tno road wfts cov- u t."..' i os."" At tms tho fatigue or tho grub when you got Yet there GERMAN SUPPLY PLENTIFUL The observations nro slgnnled to a had not been a balloon or airplane to the point where they had been hit. pride In tho number of Germans they time I hnd not seen a "75," except on in knocked ovcr, nnd If oar men did not n train going to the front, so I took receiving stntlon on the ground nnd Dut, na I say, we wero well fed most me sicy ior some time. All Nations Permit Use of Sweetening of tho time, and got second nnd third get eight or ten they thought they hnd him up right nwny, but wns surprised nre then telephoned to the batteries, After a while the bombardment for Horn Preserving Purposes. helpings until wo hnd to open our not dono a good night's work, Of thnt he should know where they were. A" ur troops were equipped with moved awny to the cast, from which After going hnlf way around Dlx- - telephone slgnnl corps detnehments direction I belts. Uut as tho Limeys say: "Gnw course It was not wholesale "killing, had come, and I knew our blimey, the chuck wns rough." They like mnchlnc gunning, but It wns very tnudo Drown enld, "Here wo nre," and "d this wns a very Importnnt arm batteries were getting it. Tho Tommy America's new sugar ration of two served a thick soup of ment nnd vege- useful, becnuse our snipers wcro nl- - Rtnrted right Into whnt wns left of a r tho service. The enemy position Is and I came, out of tho dugout. As I pounds a month per person Is equitawnys laying for tho German snipers, shelled before nn nttack, cither en tables In bowls tho site of wash ba ble when compared with the sugar rabarrage or otherwise, nnd communica- started climbing up the muddy sides tion enforced by rigid governmental sins. Mack coffeo with or without and when they got Sniper Fritz they I saw there was a man standing at tion between the wnves of attack and the edge sugar mostly without I nnd plenty saved Just so many of our lives. order In England, France and Italy, natho artillery Is absolutely necessary. puttees of It, and I could tell by his tions with which wa are sharing sugar. The Limeys have a grcnt little ex- of bread. that he wns a Limey. I wns Bombardments nre directed toward having Each Allied nation In the matter of Also, we hnd preserves In tins, Just iire.iaion tnni menns n lot: "Carry on." Job of it, so without certain parts of the enemy position ' ,0oklnK sugar consumption Is shsrlngon near like the Limeys. If you send uny par- incy sny it is a cockney expression. UP 1 ha,lc1 hIm" !,! vn almost ns nrrnmtnlv est possible equal terms tha hardships cels over, do not put any npplo and When a captain falls In action, his "Tnt.t,wa! 6" ,?me ,ehe,l'ni Imposed by greatly altered conditions a searchlight. Tho field telephones are plum Jam In them or the man who gets words are not a message to tho girl , said. "There's a lad In the world sugar ,.m . ,u r ho left behind him or any dope about situation. It will let Frits shoot him. Ask any degree. They cun be rigged up or dowlhere with a wounded fin ; better mother, but "Cnrry on, Formerly classed as a luxury, sugar Limey soldier and ho will tell you the his Blve him a hand." Irnnrkiwl dnwn In Is now a war time essential. The same. I never thought there was so Lleutenunt Whosls." If tire lieutenant "What shelling do you mean," says and Just division of this essentialfair Tho wire Is wound on drums or reels la much Jirm In tho world. No Mnn's gets his It Is "Carry on. Sergennt 0,6 ,eg8' without moving, "There's In the hands of the various Allied and you would be surprised to seo how Land looked like a city dump. Most Jacks." nnd so on ns far ns It goes. nuleklv our corns entahiuhmi mm. been none In this sector for some food controllers. of us took It, after a while, Just to So tho words used to mean, "Tnko ' munlcatlon from a newlv won think." The United States Food Administra trench i tIme get the brend. Early In the war they over the commnnd nnd do the Job to headauarters. for lnstnnee. Thev t The Tommy was right at my heel tion has asked this nation to observe used the tins to make bombs of, but right." Dut now they menn not only y time, and he let out a string a voluntary sugar ration of two . were asking for our casualties before that was before Mills came along with mat tobut "Keep up your courage, nnd go wo had finished having them, almost. or language. I was surprised, too, nnd pounds per person a month. It." One mnn will sny It to his hand grenade. Later on they flatIn the other countries at war with Artillery fire was directed by men still scrambling around in the mud. tened out the tins nnd lined the dug- nnothcr sometimes when ho thinks the Then the Tommy 1ft a "Gawd 'elp Germany sugar Is one of the scarce first man Is getting downhearted, but whose duty It was to dopo out the outs with them. range from the Information sent them us I" and I looked up and saw that the articles on every menu whether In Each man carried nn emergency ra- more often, If he Is a Limey, be will by the observers In the air. Two men legs belonged to a Limey oOlcer, a the households of both rich and poor. tion In his bng. Tills consisted of bully stnrt kidding htm. uur men, or course, did not say were stationed at tho switchboard. major, I think. And here we had been or In the hotels. beef, biscuits, etc. This ration was England today has a sugar ration one man to receive tho messaee and . cussing the eyes off of him I never used except In n real emergency, "Cnrry on," nnd In fnct they did not per per person. the other to operate the board. As , But he sited It up rightly and gave of two pounds rationmonth pound becnuso no one could tell when It nave any expression In French that Is a In Franc the and a soon as the range was plotted out It us hand, and only laughed when we half might mean tho difference between mcnrit exnetly the same thing. Dut and In Italy It Is on pound they used to cheer ench other nlong, was telephoned to the ctunners and tried to explain.. - I got rattled and month. And the prices In allied coun-a life and death to him. When daylight I fAI1 him thot All T son 1. ,11.1 AI I, mejr uiu uhj reau ul" "ra trlea are from two to thr catches a mnn In a shell hole or at a nil right, nnd they pnssed nlong the tlmea aa commnnd when It wns neceasarjr. too. uu um- - h, h ",u " listening post out In No Man's Land ,n AmerjCa ine naval guns at uixmude were ue "u he does not daro to crawl back to his I wonder what expression the Ameri Wo Started Right Into What Was Left mounted on flat cars and these were If you go to a hotel In England or on'y ne was troops will use. (You notice I about rrance lhe.e daT. an(1 order tea or drawn back and forth on the track by . wor8i'. trench beforo nightfall, and then Is the can of a Big House. lu, lll,en e a,1 that he had been coffee little Belgian engines. time that his emergency ration comes do not call them Snmmlnsl) BerT, absolutely no sugar big house. I kfllt wnnderlni a hnw' hn . I tnnlr mr turn nt It.tnnlnn ,'. . . . -- . . ..... n nn.. ...... ... .V. V t.. v.AAn Ul Hi J &UU 1U1 DC1 aaicep . m n oauaiion neauquaners aug- - wlth tL If vou want In handy. Also, tho stores failed to TOU must I ' about It, uU VVU ,t)0nt 8 bundred yards away, and brlng it with you. but fol- - eral days I was ordered back to my reach us sometimes, ai I have said, the rest of them, of course. A listen- - would know so much In England It Is allowable to use and we had to use the emergency Ing iMst Is any good position .out In lowed him. Inside the house was a reirlment. which was nealn In the oaly wakd P when part of the roof caved In on him. Yet ho did not know No Man's Land, nnd Is nlwnvs held hv Passageway under the ruins. It was fmnt.line tronrhpa Mv rn..rs of an ounce of sugar In rations. bo Bad been shelled I tha preparation of each luncheon. In Sometimes we received raw meat two men. Their Job Is to keen a llvo nbout seven feet wide and fifty feet nnst hnth th nrnish nn.i Vroneh iin I went on down the rond a stretch. Franca many persons carry little sacbut nulla n dlstnne hehind thn front and fried it la our dugouts. We built enr on Fritz nnd In caso thev hear any- - long, I should Judge. Dut Bon found It was easier walking charine tablets about with them for At the other end was the great old lines. regular clay ovens In tho dugouts, with thing thnt sounds very much like an Fvrvtri, Iron tops for broiling. This, of course, nttnek one man runs bnck to his lines "75." poking Its nose out of a hole In mi,,,in. beside It, becnuse tho Huns had shelled use In hotels and In England rich and nnd the other stnys to hold bnck tho tho wall. The gun captain and the and wagons going backward and for- - U neat,y ri8ht up and down the middle, poor must take their sugar with them waa in the front-lintrenches only. Bodies ns lonir oh ho cnn. You rnn crew were slttlnc around wnltinir th" nsaa, a p k..i nni r uici vuu i.-- k uuiuuiauv.y Also, there wero so many . wrecked If they wish to , have sweetened tea We worked two hours on tho e , " x"cu.U . and knocked off for four hours, ngure ror yourseir which Is the most woru ror action, and they seemed to that was a long wncon full of oollus uorees aaa wngons to cnmD over on Before the war started France had niiow urown wen. i was surprised at from a field hosnltal near the flrlnir "euu mea. In which time we cooked and ato and uiuiuHui jou. As many times ns I went on listen- - bat, but still more so when he told lino and was driven hv n mnn whns After-- I had passed tho area of the 025,000 acres devoted to sugar produc slept. This routine was kept up night duty I never did get to feel 1110 could cxamlno the gun If I left arm wns hnmlaied to thn nhnnl. bombardment and got back on the tion. Dy 1017 the French sugar acre and day, seven days a week. Someage bad decreased te 180,000 acres. ' der. Two pollus who sat In times the program was changed; for lng homelike there exactly. Xou have Svanted to, Just as If he owned It. the rear road 1 6at ,,own to Kat ttnJ smoke. A to- He very still, of course, as Fritz Is 80 I "at In the seat and trained the on guard had each been wounded In couple of shells had burst so near the Today the French man or woman with a Instance, when there was to be an at sugar card has no assurance whatever tack or when Frits tried to como over listening, too, and a move mny menn cross wires on nn object, opened and the leg and one had had a big strip of crater that they hnd thrown the dirt that he or she will be able to actually n bullet In the ribs. So, lying on tho closed the breech and examined the his scnln torn off. Thw w right Into the dugout, and I was a little not buy sugar. To buy It, one must first ground with hardly n chnngc of posl- - recoil. from the shock. While I wns sit Round man in th hunrh. Tnu rnn tlon, tho whole lower part of my body Then Drown snld: "Well,, Chink, imagine what their cargo waa like, If ting there a squad of Tommies came find It Italy Has "State Sugar." up with about twice their number of would go to sleep before I had been I you'll sec some real gunnery now." and tha rnnvnv wns nn eii nr. n thU Especially drastic regulations govern at the post very long. I used to brag they passed the word and took stn- - chnns. But nil who pnnlii wer sinp. German prisoners. The Tommies had u ioi uooui now insi i coum run. so uuhb. juy eyes DUigeu out wnen 1 in nnd talking nnd fnll nf nen Thnt ueen maKing mz 00 me goose Btep the use of sugar In Italy. Its manu I hnd my turn as the runner, which "aw Drown take his stntlon with them I is the French for yoa: they used no nud tliey stnrted them at It again when facture, distribution and sale are closeIn part actually "Silence I" Is about tho first com- - more men than they could Dosslblr theT Baw me sitting there. It sure ly controlled, and But every tlmo . suited mo all right I got to a listening post nnd Btarted niand u gun crew gets when It Is going eparo to take caro of the wounded, but ,B S001- - 'or a laugh any time, this taken over by the state. Saccharine la permitted to be sold to think nbout whnt I would do If Into action, but 1 forgot all about It, they were all cheerful nbout It Boose step. I guess they call it that and used ns a substitute for sugar and rite should como ovcr nnd wondered and shouted out and asked Drown how aiwavs. after the fellow who Invented It government manufactures a mix. how good a runner he wns. I took One thing I hnd noticed about Fritz the of . v a be got to be n gunner. Dut he only .t,i. saccharine and sugar called ture , long breath nnd said. "Feet do your and looked dopey, as usual. th8 Germans began shelling a section was the way his coat flared out at the Manned State Sugar," which la largely used. . duty. And I was strong on duty. Then I came to and expected to get a of th0 road too near me to be comfort- - bottom, so I took this chance to find Qarman Sugar Ration Adequate. uowu "om wo oracer, uut ne oniy nbiei B0 After I had dono my stunt In tho j,cat Jt to a hcn crater out about It, while they halted for Germany, before the war, produced front-lin- e and resarve trenches I went Krlnned nnd eo did the crew. It nhnnt twont vnr,i h ,nu,i n .h. rest Just a little farther down the a great surplus of sugar and exported roa1 I 'ound that they carried their large quantities. Today back with my company to billets, but 8eems they had It all framed to spring rear. A nhrnnnni .hnii Tnin,i.i the Germans on me, and they expected I would bo n..r m i had only been there for a dav or two t i,,mn.i in. .m emergency kita In their coats. These have virtually gone out of the export Mta contained canned meat, tobacco, business, beforo I was detached and detailed to surprlsod. hole I did not look around to see how but have plenty of cheap bo wo put cotton In our ears and dose It was and I remember now neea,es' wreau ana piaster all thla gugar for homt use. the nrtlllery position to the right of us, In addition to their regular paclc where both the Drltlsh nnd French the captain called the observation how the old minstrel loke I hnd heard Wholesale Dricas rjrevalent ! th T"en 1 arI,Ie1 down the road some Allied nations, according to Informs- had mounted naval guns. There were tower a short distance away and they on board ship camo to my mind at tho guns or nil calibers there, both naval enve mm me range, xnen the captain time something nbout a fellow feel- - ulurc' uul uuu lo el0P preny soon w tlon received by the United Statea and field pieces, and I got a good look "cnlled 4128 meters" to Drown. They ing so small he climbed Into a hole ,et a column of French Infantry awing Food Administration are as follows: r au lrom a nem" TDe- -' England, 10 cents a pound; France, at the fumous "75 s," which nro the piacea the nose or a shell in u fuse and pulled It after him and I wished best guns In the world, In my estlma adjuster and turned tho handle until I might do the same. I flattened my- - wtre on t,lelr wny t0 u'0 trenches as 12 cents ; Italy, 20 cents. After every two tlon, and the one thing that aaved It reached scale 4128. This set tho aelf aa close ncninst tho wnii nf th While these high prices ara being fuso to explode ut the range given, crater as I could and then I noticed companies there would bo a wngon, paid abroad the American wholesale Verdun. Then they slammed the shell Into tha that somebody bad made a dugout la retty 80011 1 saw the uniform of tho price la being held at 7Ji cent. Legion. Then a company of my regl- They Potted Huns by Guess Work. Tho "7.Ts" ilrod 30 shots a mlnuto, r where the bent tho Gennun guns could breceh. locked It shut and Drown cnt ' I..6 ment came up and 1 Reeled - with A recent announcement of Brig. Z and visit but otherwise nothing dis- do wns six. Tho American three-Inc! u,e'"- his best to Fritz. We wore In tho rear of the col- - Oon. W. a. While, in chnrgo of tho , "HSr.Vrfi. turbed our routlno unless It waa a gas field piece lets go six times n mluute. . . "v. . rri, . i. B"i',e uacit, mrew out by that time that you could not listen umn that hnd piiMsed. Our boys wero Drilish and Canadian recruiting attack. . k .. going up for their regulur stunt In tho mission, offers to Canadians and The ambition of most privates Is to secret Ju JZX . front lines, while tho others hud Just become a sniper, aa the ofllclal sharp this rapid Are po.ns ,,e. When the flrst Britons of from 20 to 4 i years of ago, ;pn Tfrom ' feSUla: arrived ut thut part of the front. shooters are called. After a private "70's" began to roar, the Germans the observntlon hnl1 of BhraPl- on spot Then for the first time mv font hn. an opportunity to volunteer for tower After has bon In the trenches for six knew the French had found a new fired service with tho forces of their own J? Pacd. It was pretty dark In can litirtlnir nn. flnr Iwi.tu twelve shots the' cantnln r months or a year and has shown his Wt'a 1)011. ho Iliev weru verv iinilnn. tn It, . .. umwu, .... ou snouiu never waste your- - the dugout and the flrst move I mado of rough cowhide and fitted very well, countries, oven though tlioy may ' ' i marksmanship, he becomes the great get one of tho guns nnd learn the 8eif , infantry, eon." And old dopey I bumped Into somebody else and ho but It wus u day's labor to carry them have taken out first United States man ho has dreamed about. We had Drown Just stood there and grinned. J.e ;n. oitirenship. papers or havo been '?!i-two snipers to each compuny and beShortly afterward they captured v nun a viumij vt iiu x m i it n iiiir i' w i v fir i nirrv vii rnu ' cause they took moru chalices with eight guns by n mass attack In which. Piacea in uass t or tno American had been wounded in th - h.n n,i i.M.... .,u iiivu it w mi:h ui, itui "new !.:.... jou if! between curses he told mo I had sat uv,.,uu their lives than the ordinary privates ii... ...I "rul1 i,.,u.i . iim ihmwuuii ,f they wero nllowed more privileges. man troops killed. The Doches studied tnAtMlJl right on his wound when I moved. I kent un the steudv nace nnd verv fw Unless they voluntarily enlist be Dlxraude until When It was at all possible our snipers the guns and rled to turn out pieces oro ocpieinucr za, moy aro suDject ,bou'-wl"h h,m.'Whr he dW not ye" "ooner' Um "- m tho T"75's and , th ,et hfm wero allowed dry quarters, the best of like hen. at the Krupp factory. Dut bUt h nIr BWOr m0re' Uo Burely march sluc8 3 a' '" wa forces - about to draft in tho Amorican his food, and they did not huve to follow somehow they could not get It. Their fl,dly here he Teat W" U a. iu. Those who did limp AVfin Oin..rh Hinv tin itniln. to iu rrlt, with the r,2 Of thJm "" r the usual routlno, but camo and went luillntlnn "7ft'i. wn.il.1 nnli, flr Ti.. hnmhn.-Hm.n- t w a .l.ok.nl uu aa riirrii-- in iiiti wnifiinii ... . .i .rtuii n'.ni i 1. ........ .1 11.. Aiiifrican . uaun i Hiuwiiiit oiawacucu iiitr 1 DeTer 8aw B battery better con 1,10 ' V.: "" urnii age. in as they pleased. slioiH verv rut.iiiiv nml ti... bit about this time, nnd I thn,M r ...!, - ,.nn cases, tho draft ago is deter . ii. icicu mail uiu uue. un on me rroumi would have a look aroundT idld no! ,....i Our snipers, as a rule, went over ..nny ih taw or tnoir own ,.. the parapet about dusk, Just before out. 'ino uestructlve iiower of tlio out or tne crater entirely, but h 1 i.... ti,.,ffh . . . " mat was all there m9iedjirojinil.JUt stp!ul t by that of the Frltzgot his star shells jwlng They 75's:' is enormous. These" guns have I was . """'-"- uu UjaJUiamt untU on. Dut, believe me, I was' sure glud n0"n,ry .I 10 see at any . DrprwJL pptt Alberi RDepew. wn" n ruined garden Just outside the 'luunrrn, nnu wnuo tnc Runners wero there picking nnntes thorn bo n his nnd nn explosion, nnd over would go Botno of the trees, or tnnyhe n man or two, but never n shell struck nenrer the puns thnn thnt. The pollus used to thnnk Frit for helping them pick the npples, becnuso the explosions wou,J ,)r,n ,hcm 'low- great stylo, 8nc"8 ur heavy artillery pnssed I -- ut ovcr ,no Bnrdcn, too, making nn av,M rnckct. Dut they were not In It wHh tho T,,y Rivo me n little practice with a under tho direction of exuert French gunners beforo I went to my nnvnl gun, nnd, believe me, It was 0 nn Httlo piece. Just picture t wTien wo linked ronu. i for a rest nlonglhe tm H-'nc- h " wiw'r:' fw Tlie dopey-lookin- g er Thnt Is, tho did I Our compnny of tho Legion hnd not come from 50 fnr, and when tho front of tho column hnd drnwn out of tho way nlong the rond wo kept on filing, ns tho snylng Is. I did not enro about being tough then, nnd I wns ready for tho wagon. Only now there were no wagons I They belonged with tho other troops. So I hnd to ease nlong ns best I could for whnt seemed llko hours to mr feet until we turned off onto nnothcr rond nnd linked for n rest. I found out Inter thnt our olllccrs hnd gono astray and wcro lost nt this time, though, of course, they did not tell us so. Wo arrived nt our section of tho trench nbout thrco o'clock thnt nftcr-noo- n nnd I rejoined my compnny. I wns nil tired out nfter this trek nnd found myself longing for tho Cnssnrd nnd the rolling wave, where no Mara- thons and hikes were neces sary. Dut this was not la store for me yet. flve-mll- e ij . Z hCZ:Z,Z .,"... ?r'"u"."?Z.Z , ."."1. '- nl,mini.ai.un,J SHARE OUR SUGAR . " S lT .r.IJ. TpKSSE-- WITH THE ALLIES -- . -- ...... ""ercaKithv.ngonBanAmc ( "T" ii-- i,. ,.. grny-hnlre- d ! .wt '8 a. ..... I I w Bood-nature- d I r... h in . I inr w. . e fire-ste- I " "" ... I ..ii "um Ing-po- uly . ' j t.f .. n,it - I- h 'ZSZSl ..... " exp.n paraand LhiT T.T T . LZ ZILZ? LTlEn ,?lrZ . Jt :.,..:.. u m.? rSv r.'s'::i ""ind. ,!.. .... 1 m ": 0..''.:!" ., n. . ,..,..., n I "" ..l. h"' uMatance; There 1 TY.Ilrt,l Cal-- ''Enlist and Go to School" says the President Page Four. TUB CITIZEN August 22, 1018. Tho Ilcv. C. A. Van Winkle, a forWITH THE CHURCHES mer paslor of the Ucrca Christian Church, occupied tho pulpit last United Service In the pavilion, Sunday evening at, Sundav in tho absence of Brother Hudspeth. Mr. Van Winkle is well 7;30, Dr. II. II. II. brrts will Im (ho ... ............ ........ I I... n .. I I I.! .. 11 u I'ariiur, imti ...in give juiuu no- mm uiuiiiiiy iiiiiuiiuiuii-win Call early and get first choice wide ricelo of Berea friends, who count of his travels in tho West.' were happy to meet hiin again and Everybody will want to hear him. to hear him once more preach tho Come. Committee. e vigor and Gospel with his Union Church faithfulness. The Sunday-schowith classes Kentucky Richmond A company of Berea students for all at 9: 15. Preaching sorvlco left on Saturday evening for Ft. nt 11 a.m. Sheridan, IIU where they will enter A cordial Invitation Is oxlcndcd the Student Training Camp for n to all visitors In our city ns woll as to all citizens to unlto with us in four weeks' course prior to Ing College nt Berea next month, theso services. The pastor occupied tho pulpit Tho company was composed of tho following young men: Owen Bat- - last Sunday, after n vacation of NEWS OF DEREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM A son, Jasper Redden, Alvin OlascOck. several weeks. He brought an In- VARIETY OF SOURCES R. C. Miller and Clias. Waters. struclivo message on thw topic, "Lc- ore supporting the government by Jolm Ledford arrived Wcdnes- - gitlmato Discontent.' Dr. Rainc gave a brief outline of day, for a few weeks, prior to his membership in the Federal Reserve entrance into tho Service. Ho has his work ns Y.M.CA. chaplain In System, the backbone of the nation's bankI Mrs. J. W. Van Winkle and son, been with a printing llrm in Cin- - Camp Shelby, Miss., at the close of Walter, who have been in Cincining organization. This enables us to do cinuatl and will bo with tho Col- - the morning sermon, which was nati, returned to Berea, Tuesday. lege Printing Department until his much appreciated. our share in assisting the government in They have been visiting relatives enlistment. First Baptist Church handling its financial problems, and to there. Sunday-schoCaptain Matt Isaacs, of Camp Tay- at 0:45 a.m. Berea, Kjr. Bank & Trust Bldg. Mrs. Laura Jones was in Cinextend to business and industry their proper Wo have carefully graded classes lor, spent a few days in Berea, last cinnati,' Tuesday; from there she week. for all ages, with scparato class measure of accommodation. went to Cleveland. Word has come from tho Berea rooms. U. S. Wyatt and son, Ulysses, have Preaching service at II a.m. members of the Student Reserve, Scientific horse shoeing, fine Iron recently returned from Aberdeen, whose names appear elsewhere in The B. Y. P. U. scrvico nt 0:45. work and repairs of all descriptions Miss., whero Mr. Wyatt has busi- these columns, that hey are pleas-- J Wo extend a hearty welcomo to at the College Blacksmith Shop, ness interests. antly located at Ft. Sheridan, III., all to unite with us in theso scrv-- 1 Dr. B. F. Robinson returned SunMain Street, north of The Citizen Berea, Kentucky . and their connection with the U. S'. ices. ad. day, from Rochester, Minn., where is both satisfactory and profitable. Onice. Rev. E. B. English, Pastor he has been studying with the Drs. Christian Church Their address is Co. 21, SA.T.C, Mayo of that city. L. & N. TIME TABLE Bible School at 0:15 a.m. Ft. Sheridan, III. Oscar Wyatt, who has been spendBerea, Ky. Communion servico and prcach-Hazar- d, Tom Adams, who works in ing a few weeks with his parents, (In efTect May ii, 1918) has been visiting for a few ing at 11 a.m. was called to Camp Custer, Mich days North Bound Rov. W. J. Hudspeth, Pastor . with his mother, Mrs. Sallio recently, for military duty. No. 32, Leaves 6:53 p.m. Methodist Church Adams, at her home on Center St. Mr and Mrs. El Muncy and Miss 1:17 p.m. No. 38, Leaves Bible School at 9:45 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. John F. Dean and il Myrtle Baker, of Richmond, were No. 31, Leaves 3:53 a.m. Preaching services at II a.m. and; children spent the llrst of the week the guests .of his parents, Mr. and South Bound 3:30 p.m. with relatives in Jackson County. GET READY FOR Mrs. II. Muncy, during tho week' No. 33, Leaves 12:03 p.m. Mrs. B. P. Jones, of Warren, visitThe public in general and tho new end. No. 37, Leaves 1:04 p.m. ed at tho first of tho week in Berea converts in particular arc earnestly Mrs. Mamie Jones and son, Horace No. 31, Leaves 12:12 a.m. invited to attend these services. with her mother and sister. Win, Note: No. 33, the fast train, will B, arc visiting her brother, Rev. Larrabcc, Pastor Misses Una and Ora Gabbard left stop for passengers from North of Hanson and family, in Winchester, Saturday for an extended visit with Cincinnati, 0, or for South of Knox-vill- e, Misses Iola and Lulda Bower, of REVIVAL AT GLADES CHURCH friends at Red House and other Tenn. Winchester, arc hero visiting the! places. series of protracted meetings are f cousin, Lillian Bower. Miss Ruth Davis left Tuesday for, in progress at the Glades Christian Sergeant Milton Horner, of Fort We Sell hats and sell them right Cleveland, Ohio., whero she has a, Church, with pood interest and n ad. Thomas, is here with his sister, position. Slio will stay with her large attendance. Evangelist Green- Mrs. Laura Jones. Our catalogue has been greatly enlarged Mrs. C. B. Holder and sons, Wil- - Mrs. Carl Vogel well U ably assisted by Mr. Gamble Mrs. Frank Roy. Edgar Wyatt, who is employed in sister, Stephenson and family are as leader in tho liam, Charles B. and worth, and her by adding a splendid list of prizes on service of song. T. B. sister, Miss Carol Early, left for Winchester, was here Sunday. Farm and Garden Products nd Ladies' new Quite a number of young peoplo moving this week, into their Miss Kathryn Koch returned to Gadsden, A1.1, last Friday. Mrs. have expressed their faith in Jesus and Children's Hand Made Articles. home on Center street. Holder is the daughter of Mrs. her homo in Falmouth, Friday, af' Mrs. Edna Berryman and Jitlle Christ as the Son of God. A corof gate receipt to go to Red Cross. Martha Early of this place. Miss ler a two weeks' visit with her daughter, Geneva, of Lexington, left dial invitation is extended to all cousin, Miss Mario Bower. Early will make her home with Mrs. at the llrst of the week, after an ex to, attend the services. Ladies' Aid of tho Christian tended visit with Mr. and Mrs. B. For Catalogue addreai Holder for some time. Mrs. Talilha Powell has moved Church met at tho homo of Mrs II. Gabbard. Mrs. Gabbard accomCOMMUNITY PATRIOTIC PLAY into her new home in the "New Frank Moore, on Center street, panied her as far as Richmond. E. T. FISH, Secretary TIME Berea" addition, across from tho Tuesday afternoon. The Rev. J. L. Garcia, a Berea August 30, 5 p.m., at Children's Miss Alma Faulkner, of Hazard depot. is a Berea student of the years 'Ofl-'- ll, Playground Kentucky '.Mrs. J. O. Baxter, of Richmond, has returned homo after spending Mr. Berea visitor this week. Tho Children's Hiirenn of tlm IT. a week with Mr. and Mrs. Edgar was visiting relatives in Berea, SunGarcia graduated from Colgate Uni-j- g. Department of Labor, as a part day. Moore. versity, and was later appointed to of the war-lim- e children's year pro Rev. C. A. Van Winkle, who II. N. Jones and daughter. Mrs. Tho a mission field in Cuba by tho Bap- gram, urges that recreation abun CHAUTAUQUA is visiting friends and relatives in Louise Moore, of Stanford, are tho tist Home Mission Board, of New dant and decent be provided for tho BEREA rOLKS AT near Buffalo, strown roadway, thru tho Golden Berea and Paint Lick, was in Rich- guests of Mrs Lucy Moore. Chautauqua ;Lake. Gate. Mrs. Abnoy, becauso of hor He has done efficient children and youth. Recreation is City. York COO Dr. Harlan Dudley, of Jefferson mond, Monday. work in his chosen field of labor as n mcans of relieving the nervous N. Y., is on a bit of land, , ,, feet name in the nlnhnlw.) Had a place 'V ;' For Rent The store room in the Ohio, a graduate of Oberlin College a preacher, and also as a teacher in am ,,ea(l of ' Procession nl tho hl?h tension of war. keeping Masonic building, on Main street. and Johns Hopkins Medical School, Hit Colegios lntcrnacionales, n.J sanity and balance ofwhich are the always blessed by cool weather in1 Hurrn ver' jjcrea i for es Apply to Leon Lewis, Borea, Ky. will be Assistant Physician in Berea leading University in Cuba. He exsummer. sential now. On its shore. Bishop Vincent cs- ad. this year. BEREA HEADS THE LIST study pects to spend next year .in Berea children have had a splenR. a Miller returned last WedL. L. Davis, of Indiana, arrived tablishcd a religious and educational Thp librarian nt lwM rniin nt the University of Chicago. Mr. did and play ground roiinrnnnllii( ivliiili ia nun nf llm i , Tuesday, for a few days' visit with nesday from a very pleasant and w. vmn,.- -. uupi t,iA.i r received word rrnm in I. hrnrv it Garcia is accompanied by his sis n.t. friends and relatives. successful visit to the Mayo Bros. ter, Maria, who will enter the apc' a!,d Commission of Kentucky that Be"rea ! Mr' inc? They have a ? Dr. J. Watt Rainc, who is en- Hospital at Rochester, Minn. ?,CCI1 ,?"'! '"'aded tho list in tho drive which ,ble!!s,,ng to Academy Department of Berea as a Physical vigo: st ard gaged in War Y.M.CA. work, was ,,COpIo who Mrs. Bettic Allen of Panola, was wag nlm, i,.t sPrlnE . procuro student this year. ,3 ,, tests have been devised: a stand ng ,, on,i home for a few days last week. Ho visiting friends and relatives in hwU for 1,10 soldiers. Berea, with Grant Huff was in Harrodsburg broad '. . .. of 5 feet 9 inches n ,,g f left, Monday, for Chicago, where he ' Berea, Sunday. 0 a population of 1510, gave 1008 books, an,,l on business, the first of the week run of Sty will take special training. Prof. E. F. Diznev took his oichth a PcrcenUge of CO. Flemingsburg. Lends l.and thfabi?ily . , Dr. R It. Cowley returned this three-fiftl- is JjJ 10 with Mrs. Smith and children, who grade class, of tho traded School, a population of 1208, is second cla"f 01 week from a very pleasant vaca to chin himself four times entitled (0 )0 heard, and tho have been living in Berea for the to Boonesboro, Wednesday. There ii, tion spent in Lorain and other places a boy to tho first certificate of phy. colmlr.. aro ' t.M,en4 nro such that all who aro1 rL past year, in order for the chil- - were about forty in the happy party, books given, n percentago of in Ohio. sical fitness A cirl can win her ;x,,onse dren to bo in school, have returned An all-dJn carneS, can como alu s)aro tJ,0 picnic was enjoyed by eivlnir Messrs. Howard Hudson and II. C certificate by l demonstrating her 00(, P , I . to their homo at Stearns. .,llncs all, with bathing and other sports. Christopher returned last week from of tho Army service. to.al bra,.,c ability to throw a basket-ba- ll Into " their Extension work in Elliott its goal twice out of six trials, at m,e"lIwe" "? r0l,OWC(, "y ZXZ" neen started in innv many larger cities and towns having report a profitable and u ui:h. muu ui iuu.'t:ii jcui, ii i in i... County, and uy place greater resources nt their command. pleasant trip, though the heat was running a potato race in 2 seconds. m;., ColIw.e ovvns coUng0 intense. They wero shown great 1 ho tests are progressive and a year ,ll(Mt Kr0UIl(s nni somo of jls vork. courtesy by the school officials and liiu-r- . uiu ciuki wno quaiiucs lor TOR SALE prs .- This s.1Inmn- teachers and were invited to address tho first certificate may compete for Fr(i uro A rnl 'co homo in Berea, V, an(1 jr8 j,,. : block from I'ost Office, about two the Teachers' Institute, which was U,e second one. Wo will havo tho K,;ight ,,' ;.lfo ant, Us3 "c-ilttn in session at Sandy Hook. Several Tcsl- in young or- 'aro among those here. students from Elliott County arc Good six room dwelling, Fathers, mothers, all como with J'liar- Many Ik,rca ,,cop0 aro hero for expected to enter school in Berea th children to the playground. Aug- -, basement 18x22 feet, electric lights, a l()n(,er or 8llorttT ,1II10. Amo this fall at door, plenty ust 30. 5 p.m. Bring your suppers,1 tllcm aro Miss Soulei onco Dean of The Rev. B. H. Iloberts and Mrs. simple war-tim- o suppers. Let's cat NVonUM1 al ik,reai nil(, I)ana M. r Ico ?3,000. TO WATER PATRONS . I n n I Roberts returned from their vacation together, sing together and play to rtnllov n " "lr' ' BOOUl i1U UCf li.mlor ,.f ll, last Friday. Their travels included gether. Evorybody como and havo a Hand, who is regularly employed, '"'' lacelon; isils in Idaho, Washington, Oregon good time. under TO meet legitimate domestic require-mentby the Redpath Bureau in musical I'j in small timber, nil under fence, and at various points in tho Cana water must not be used for report that CITIZEN LOOKS G00O TO HIM work. no buildings, good bearing orchard. dian Northwest. They sprinkling purposes, nor for building opBut Bcrea's particular star is Mrs. This land is poor, but pays well and (Continual From Pje One) tho outlook is promising for n erations until further notice. Frank,Abnoy, who takes a diploma n mighty big bargain at $800. bumper crop of grain in the west ing nolo is "Serviro ! ' six ,soals for, coinnlolliiK a I ran on to "Sunny" H. E. Taylor.! Terms: Cash, Liberty Bonds w clean ern Slates and provinces of Canada " stock of merchandise. fcatl in Paris, while back from tho Una 'J"" ycars co"rso, this fall. accompanied here, and on escort duty-o- ur first rencontre, Soo W. B. Harris, owner, boy will visit Magnra lalls and " Use Water Sparingly Do Not Waste It in five years. Our behavior was so! ad. NOTICE Berea, Kentucky. p,l, o ,ri before akoa ,?n Applications will bo received for vivacious even for that volatile, graduating class in that passing Parisians the position of primary teacher of ,, WHERE water is used for sprinkling, FOR SALE ,of T put their tongues in their cheeks hls 1rt'a,,i,,B c?uro h tho Berea Graded School. Sond oil 7 sows and 40 pigs, from two to allowed to run, or where water fixhundreds from nil parts of tho and murmured "beaucaup zig-zapplications to W. E. Fanner, tures are not kept in good order, the country, only a small portion of four months old. W. M. Garrison, Berea, Ky. ad. which is Frenoh for "noncompos- - whom have as many as waterworks will exctcise its right to dis2 miles west of Borea. ad-- 8. six seals. mentis." continue supply forthwith and without As they marched along tho llnwer- Is ns brlof Time for letter-writin- g A Well Assorted Stock of New Fall Goods Has Arrived at Our Store 1 B. E. BELUE CO. old-tim- ol re-ent- LOCAL PAGE Supporting the Government Dean & Stafford REAL ESTATE ol Best Blacksmithing Berea National Bank ' ' THE BEREA FAIR Sept. 5, 6, 7, 1918 ioo :. "Z well-manag- ed .... . Sain J ft" I ' ' ,r J,,0 ,.,.. ay 2 "l n... - Ll llr' SAVE WATER! IMPORTANT NOTICE s, ,,. .... a" 1 1 ."1.1- CAUTION! g,' further notice. Berea College In effect Auzuit 20, 1918. Action of l'rJtntll Committer By HOWARD E. WAY Custodian of l'roptrtln Phone in caic of troubls TOWN 194, COLLEGE 16 buggy shed and other necessary out buildings. Good bored well with pump, i aiti offering this property nt a great bargain and will sell on asy terms. For further informa tion, call on T. B. Stephenson, ad.-l- l. Center St--, Boroa, Ky, FOR SALE as my appetite, for belter rccolpl Houso and lot in Berea, on Center is voracious. street. Houso is plastered "and has Norman Allan Imrle, rooms nnd 2 porches, 1 stall barn, Captain, 1th Div. Wing; Can coal house, wood houso, hen houso, C. R. C. B. E. F. THREE HOGS FOUND 12 Gals. Poultry Tonic luullryliuitoknuwii with tine iwtilM of Ctnte loartu ronllii linidi. VCfllS ii i i "u I'fvvniu eti'n, cnoicra. ami DlliirillM'as.'. Atilrun-ifirhy mall iwnlyalO. ...n.-i-iir- F. L. MOORE'S You can maka irallunt or tlm tut 13 mg Jewelry Store FOR Zv On the premises of W. J. Huff, Big Hill pike, ono milo from Boroa, on Wednesday, August II. Owner may havo tho samo by paying for tho feed, damago nnd tho Insertion Sold of this advertisement. nd.-- 8. W. J. Huff. First Class Repairing AND 1'iiultry Uxikfrt'o. lUilM liailf Cl, Iii!i!h,I;. e Fine Line of Jewelry BEREA, KY. by Porter-Moor- Drug Cu. MAIN ST. Berea Has a Splendid Drill Hall and Parade Grounds August 22, 1018 A THE CITIZEN LETTER TROM Pago Klvo. The Citizen A family Newspaper for all lhal It right true, and lntrellng PublUhnl Tnr Thurartair DELBERT COOK' t ltrra. Kr. CO. DEREA PUBLISHING (Incorporated) WM. G. FROST. Fdilor-livCM- .t Subscription Ratea I'AYAM.K IN ADVANCE On 60 Thrr Montht or Hiprraa Mnnrjr mon.y by Poat-ofT8nd Order. Draft, llmlitarwl lrttrr, or orm and two rent stamp. Th date aftrr your nam on lahrl ihowi to what data your aubwrltitlon It raid. K It la not rhancrd within thrv wrtha aflrr rrnrwal notify Of, Mlnln numUri will lw (ladly supplied If w ar notified. IJhrrattrrma iWrntoany whoohtaln nw ndln u four yearly forua. Any on utwcrlptlona can rrrrlr Th Citltrn frr for on year. AdrtrtUInc rate on application. j Sit Month Yrr i ..... I1.W .Nt f AN HONORABLE CAREER By Prof. J. R. Robertson During a short slay in Hcndcrson-vill- e, N. ft, it was my privilego to chart) in n memorial service to a county oniclnl of llfly years continual service. Such a career is n rnro ono anil tnerlti moro than passing notice. Judge C. M. I'aco lias served his county for half a century, and is t III rugged and likely to continuo in ofllco for many years ycU Although a Hepuhlican, ho has enjoyed the votes of both parties. In tho audience were men who voted for ti in llfly years ago and expect to do so again. This faithful and upright official of his county has been Probata Judge for his county and Clerk of ho Superior Court. Tho memorial was given by tho Bar Association of tho county, whlcIT, includes many ablo men. Such a career of honest, efficient service merits recognition and thcro were present representatives from adjoining counties and states and it was my own privilcgo to bring to tho aged public servant tho greetings of tho Commonwealth of Kentucky. An occasion liko this is n concrete reminder of tho opportunity that a county office presents to ono who looks upon his position in tho right way and serves the publio instead of making the public servo him; who has his hands on all tho affairs of tho pcoplo for good instead of having his hands in the pockets of tho people, to draw out what ho can. It is fitting, too, that recognition should bo given to a public servant while ho is still in ofllco and alive. Public service is full of annoying experiences and n public official is kinds of harsh critia target for-al- l cism. A word of approval now and then, when merited, Is like oil which soothes tho frictions of social lifo and brings a moro whole-hearte- d and efficient service. 1 TRIBUTE TO REV. D. W. BROWN Hi a letter received last K'cck from Monroo City, Ind, tho Rev. E. E. Young writes as a personal friend concerning tho splendid work accomplished by tho lato Rev. D. Wendell Brown, whoso obituary appearetl roccntly in --our columns. Wo quoto a closing paragraph from Mr. Young's letter: "In tho passing of D. W. Brown, a circle .of young preachers has been broken into, who look back to tho good old days at U. C, but may wo all look forward to that day when there shall bo no breaking of friendships, or sadness of heart, becauso of tho loss of thoso wo havo loved and lost." le, Government Sends An Urgent Call "Needfortlenottaph.il andlypiitiat Wash, inaton mm more acuta dally. lncre,.lfoi t all poaaikl.." Th fiovernment and tiualneta concern arc and hort flv hundred thouaand lnlileer atciusraphera, and are oderlnif Uritlnnera aalariea never befor heard of. The Government drafted our Civil - Service FIVE per IlookVeeplna- - Bet. and about KIGIITY cent of th Government atenonraphera write the -- flhorthandayitemthat teach-TI- IK IlESTevl. w dene that our courw-- ar TIIK IIK8T. Clvll-Servlht-we- k Tak. I1YMAII. our Mercantile IljukkaeplngCourM or our Simplified Shorthand Coura. th latter coura c insisting of T1IIIITY LESSONS, and w iruarante you from 185 tutUSamonthasaoonaa yuu qualify. Money b itk If not aatUnJ. Two hundred thouaand aatla-flemoney maklnir former atudenta. Clip. fH out, and aend ut th following coupon: COUPON C0LIXCE. N.tk.aie. Ttaa.t Send m Fit KB, your lwk on Horn Study, and Ull m about your new plan of teaching--tptan whereby It la EASY to learn, IIY DRAUCHON'S Th PrraMrnt of th recently wired: Commlatlon MAIL llookkeeplnir. Shorthand. I'enmanahlp. Thl notice wai clipped from THE CITIZEN. Uerea. Ky. Your truly. etc (Name lAddreaal Having been kindly invited to nouncement of the Jackson County Camp Mcado, Met, Aug. i I, 1018. furish Tho Cilir.cn family wltfi Fair, which was organized last FROM Jottings connected with tho trip of year, and the first fair held Inst Dear Mr. Burgess:- -Pardon mo for Intruding upon M- - Dodgo nnd myself to National October, which was pronounced by you hy means of a short message O.A.Il Encampment, at Portland, all who attended, to bo the best which I shall scribble down whllo Oregon, I send this installment mountain fair in Kentucky. This at leisure hero In ono of tho many! f"'" Arlington, 112 miles short of fair ground is one milo from the our destination. iu'W town of Bond, nnd in tho town Y.M.CA.'s of Camp Meade. THERE IS A REASON With such rapltl tickets were pro-on- o of Annville. My pleasant memory of you, as' Our round-tri- p of Boron's most faithful work- - cored at Cincinnati, on August 1, the growth, these two towns have grown RICHMOND KENTUCKY ers, prompts'mo to write a fcvi,,r',t ''"V (,n wbleli tho old soldiers together nnd make up one of the words of appreciation for tho in- - ni"1 tty'80 connected with them, most henuliful towns in Kentucky, ""Joy tho very generous rnlo Tho H. U. Hallway Co. penetrates terest you manifested in mo whllo I was In school, or working for tho nf "n cent a mile, granted hy tho this valley and a new, beautiful past week, Tho work on tho Lu her aunt at this place. J. W. Wal-la- co Tho principal cities country is now lapped by rail and hegrud road, from Clay City to tho College. I am nnablo to express tho Oovemment. lost a flno horso August 19. Tho full strength of my feeling In bo- - 'm "r Bolg ro"l "ro St. Louis, Is becoming the Mecca of Eastern Clark County line, has been resumed exact caiisp is not known. Bailey Kentucky. This Is tho center for and half of Berea Collcgo and Its earnest Kansas City, Denver nnd Salt Lako its completion will bo pushed Gentry, who has been on tho sick workers, but, Just tho same, my cily As wo return, we expect to several counties in Kentucky. If right thru. A Stnto jnan is In list, is ablo to bo out again. Tho aeniue, spoKanc, si. raui anu you want to meet your friends charge. Aunt Bet. (Smith, of tho Rov. Childress is holding a revival heart goes hack to them, nnd in my ,,p from 5 or 0 counties, you ilon't want Vaughn's Mill section, died tlio past memory will always stick tho Im Chicago. at tills places Waller Gibson has Whllo talking with n prominent to miss tills fair, as prospects arc week from infirmities of old ago. been visiting hU father-in-lapressions of and scr John vice which they have so success- comrado on n Cincinnati sidewalk, good for the- largest crowd at any Sho was 71 years old. Jack Harris Ely. , I heard tho words, "Professor fair in Eastern Kentucky. A good has acccptcl a position with tho A. fully planted there. Whllo i was at Berea, cveryono Dodge," close by. They camo from premium list; racing each day and P. Johnson barber shop. other good attractions. You want ROCKCASTLE COUNTY seemed to be interested In mo andi Hnrrell Van Winkle, who is hastcn-anxioCooksburg to sco that temptation was '"B ''is preparations or crossing to attend the fair. GARRARD C0UNTY Cooksburg, Aug. 18. Pcoplo in gotten clear out of my reach. All lllp occa" nn' helping to crush tho 1,1080 outlaws of tho human EASTERN KENTUCKY NEWS ITEMS this part aro much out of heart on influences tended toward good,) Wallacelon (Continued from Pga Eight) account of two bad storms striking bad, in that placo of race. rather than Wnllaccton, Aug. 19. Wo aro Emmal Rice, Owen Johnson and Tall brotherly love, hut In tho Army, if 'n crossing tho broad plains of Eubank, all soldier boys of Camp having hot, dry weather. Tho grow- the corn. S. S. Griflln mado a business trip to Nicholasvlllo tho first I come in touch with Christian in- -j Kansas, August 3, we had a Meade, came home last week on n ing crops aro damaged very badly of tho week. People in this viciI have to first spend a whllo cInsfl opportunity of "enjoying" one on nccount of tho extreme hcaL 30 day furlough. John Pigg nnd hottest days ever known In daughters, of Red House, came here Tlio Rev. Ghildrcss is holding a nity aro planning to put out wheat In earnest search and closo obser-- 1 of l region. Along the way, tho this year. Miss Candis Morris and valion to find it, and then to locato'11' last Thursday to attend tho pro- protracted meeting at tlio Wallace-to- n Sipglo-lo-n a spirit of service. I usually havo' lompcralurc was variously reported tracted meeting, which wilJ close Baptist Church. Jamos Brown sister, Virglc, Miss Maggio 113 degrees. Not cn- from HO and sister, Laura, spent Saturto go to the "Y." tonight. and wifo were visiting D. S. Bot-ki- n, day witli Mrs. C. L. Thomas. Mrs. tiroI' melted, the hot breeze burned I know that all the Berea boy Sunday. Miss Jano Campbell fncc- - U'ough tho sun did not Leila Mink, of Livingston, spent a art- in the Army must feel that who is visiting in Wnllaccton. Miss POWELL COUNTY few days with her pa. nts, Mr. and they aro millionaires, because tbeyl8'0 Clay City Smillilo Botkin is on tho sick list. Mrs. S. S. Griffin, of this place-Sev- eral In Salt Lnkc cil'. wc ,,card lwo have been taught to nso their con- Moso Hulchins and family, Charley Clay City, Aug. 18. Hot and dry aro planning to attend science and to rely somewhat upon 1100,1 concerts in the vast Mormon weather still prevails hero nnd all Hutching and family, motored over ilieir mvn liidcmpiii.. i mv.Mf fool tabernacle, seating 8,000 or 10,000 kinds of vegetation is suffering con to Crab Orchard Springs Sunday. church at Corinth tho fourth Sunday in August. Road working is greatly Indebted to those faithful PPlN tho wondrous organ making siderable; corn and pastures arc al Tlios. Todd is putting up a saw few who have so carefully nursed ino moiouy seem io como irom va- so needing rain very badly. Rev. mill on his farm near Wallaceton; all the go in this part. School is progressing nicely with a good atme Into the stage of development rious directions. A. C. Hose, of Winchester, who is ho will soon bo ready to saw. Flag Also, wo sat for three hours in where I feel capablo of assuming Stamp Day in Wal- tendance. Mrs. Bcttio Allen visited identified Latter Day raising daughter, Mrs. Emett Mullins, the Orpheum Theater, witnessing Saints sect, with tho very rousing, lacelon and War some worthy responsibility. next Saturday. Everybody her closed a Anrty life is a pleasuro for me, that greatest of photoplays, "Hearts ten days tent meeting, on Hard- - urged to como and buy War Savings of Mullins Station, Wednesday. rather than a drudgery, nnd I nm of the World." Wo were almost ob- wick's Creek last Tuesday night. Wildie Stamps. Help Undo Sam and ho mighty glad that I have been con- livious of timo and place, while D. Judgo A. P. Johnson, our local will help you. Be hero at 2:00 Wildie, Aug. 20. Mr. and Mrs. W. Griffith's triumph of art brought sidered worthy of the service. barber, left yesterday, for Latonia o'clock, promptly. Mi9s Jane Camp- Tom Wolf went to Tenncsseo last My duly, nt present, is to serve heforo us, upon tno screen, various o spend a few days with his twin bell spent Saturday night and Sun- week for a few days' visit. Mr. and peaceful as assistant cook in the Machine characteristic scenes in a sister, who "resides there. Mrs day with Miss Fannie Jvidd. Miss Mrs. Harry Chastccn and children, Gun Company of the 17th Inf. Wo French village, followed by tho call Carrie Groves has taken charge of Dora Gentry has gone to spend a of Hiatt, spent Sunday with Mr. to arms, tho onslaught of tho incooks endure a rather high temtho Post Office here, to succeed Har- week with her sister, Mrs. Joo and Mrs. Harrison Brannaman. perature in order to fix for the boys vader, the horrors of German occu- rison O'Rear, who resigned somo Goodrich. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Wal- Mjsses Eila and Margaret Dotson are pancy, nnd the bloody struggles ata palatablo mess, hut wo enjoy the ago. Miss Recce Shimfcsscl will lace havo received two letters from visiting Miss Ella Nash at Berea. by the time work and nre always repaid by tending tho be her assistant. Charley Hardman. their son, Eddie, who is now some J. C. Bullcn received a card last Allies. Tho cheers of the audience, huskies watching tho has been drilling on Hardwick's where in France. Ho said to tell week, that his son, Thomas, had aras French, English, Scottish, Irish, who make away with the "chow." His rived safely overseas. Mrs. Stella Creek since spring, had Hio misfor- - everybody to write to him. troops Joined The machine guns now used hy ami finally American, 2,001,895 Pvt. E. E. WalLaswell and children, of Brush guarantee tuno to get his arm broken when tho address is the P. S. are something awful. They in the fray, seemed to lace, Hdg. Co., 1st Pioneer Inf., A.E.F. Creek, was with Misses Lou and derrick of tho rig fell, recently. bo- will shoot seven hundred times a that never will there be war W. Clark lost a very valuable He has just received his steel hel- Edith Phillips, Sunday and Monpartners minute, and their range is three Jwwn us and any of our milk cow, worth a hundred dol met and will soon get his gas mask. day. Wo arc needing rain very yards. Last Monday in iigimng iwo names ui nunianuy. lars, from an unknown cause, tho thousand Edna Cade, of Berea, is visiting badly in this part. nt Weisor, Idaho, Our stop-ovmorning, my Company went out for a little practice and each one was turned out to bo only from 11:30 p. m. to 1:00 a. m.. and left the regret allowed to do some shooting. Imagine couhi not seo the former for' lat the excitement which this made ean, tho Rev E A. Paddock or us. hecanse It Was our first ex-- ! nourishing Industrial Institute perience with the gun. We mowed, which he founded some stumps right off even with Wo now nro having a delightful tho ground. visit at tho hospitable homo of Lena Thcro are many things nf interest Sayers, Berea class of 1890, now Mrs in the Army, and many are worth llowevrlr, timo does A. L. Huff. It is a restful prepara mentioning, OF" tion for the strenuous duties of tho not permit. Somo acEncampment next week. We hovs know how to appreciate count of it may be expected for letters from friends back at home, The Citizen two weeks later than friends because tho letters aro our the ono containing theso brevities in tho Army. Your kind wonK of encouragement will nl- advico and OF ways be eagerly read and doubly INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT appreciated by THE SOUTH Your sincere friend. No ono who travels far these days Delbert Burton Cook, in tho Southern mountains, can bo Mnrhine Gun Co, t7 Inf.. Camp Meade, Mil. mistake about tho rapid industrial development that Is going on. Min ins;, lumbering, tho building of lingo industrial plants aro to bo OF THE KENJOINT MEETING Ono is surfound everywhere. TUCKY AND INDIANA SOCIAL prised to find so many pulp mills in WORKERS certain sections of the highlands. Tho thousands of acres of conifer woods On account of the old age of the owner, Mr. D. G. Martin, sell at public auction the a i n meetinir of tho Executive aro moiling away before tho lum farm, known as the Dave Martin Farm, consisting of 496 acres, 4 miles from Berea, in RockCommittee of the Kentucky Con- -j berman's saw and tho woodman's line. It is one of the best timber and castle county, on theedge of the Madison-Rockcastl- e ference of Social Workers at Louis- axo. stock farms in the State of Kentucky, there being estimated nearly 5,000 ties and 300,000 South-westeville, August ti. it was decided to North Carolina has I he L. & N. Railroad All the saw timber is pine and oak. from tho long stood near tho front in this feet of saw timber on the place. accept an invitation In kind of development. has a station on each end of the farm. Council of tho Prnnillvn numher of diana Conference, to meet in Joint creat nuln mills aro rapidly con session in Evnnsville. Ind., early verting forests into pulp for paper About 150 acres of farm is cleared and in high state of cultivation. Has a good in October. Tho Kentucky conferand tho numnrous other articles dwelling house, tenant house, barns and all improvements. Is close to Post Office and . ence Is invited to go to Evansvlllo, mauo irom cciuuosc. Berea College and has good roadsjeading in every direction. Well watered with running as tho guests of tho Indiana workA most interesting industrial ccn water. ers. ter Is rapidly developing along tho promises to bo Liltlo Tenncsseo River in tho border This conference As this farm is susceptible of subdivision it will be offered firsfin two tracts and then the most interesting ono ever heldj region between North' Carolina and as a whole and the bid which realizes the most money accepted. Kentucky social workers. Tennessee. hy the Tho Knoxvillo Power The chairman of the Councils of Company js erecting immenso power in Kentucky, Indiana coun- dams in this locality. The electrical Tract No. 1 Contains about 296 acres and includes all the improvements and most ties. Red Gross, members of tho power generated horo will bo all of the cleared land. There is some saw and tie timber on this tract. Women's Council of National Do- - transmitted to the great aluminum fene, other peoplo engaged in the plnnl at West Maryville, to Knox Tract No. 2 Consists of 200 acres and includes most of the timber, There is some great war program, will bo invited. villi and manv other centers. cleared land on this tract and is a fine building site. conferenco will One day of the This Is but ono instance of tho manv enterprises going on in he devoted to an The farm as a whole is a good place and is one if not the finest cattle and sheep farms This will possibly lie field In various narts of tho mountains Henderson. Speakers, well-knoTho wheels of industry nre turning in the state. Possession given January 1, 1919, with seeding privileges this fall. In the sooial work of the two states, in many of tho most remoto places nnd the nation, will appear on tho A new order of. I fo s rapidly creep cash, balance in one and two years with interest at 6 per cent. TERMS: One-thir- d program. intr into tho valloys and upon tho tho plateaus. In a few years, many of Lien retained on the land for deferred payments. The officers nnd members of Executive Committee nttendlng tho the most remote.plnces will bo peneLonisvillo meeting were: Judgo trated ly the railroads and stirred Tho Haldrich nnd Judgo Greene, of tho hv the whir of machinery. Elwood Street. people of the remoto valloys must Juvenile Court. ScrOlary of the Associated Charities ndapt themselves to n new order of Every forco that gives of Louisville. Charles Strull, Secy, things. of the Asoolated Jewish Charities proper direction to tho highland Miss Iiniram. of tlio Louisvillo vouth In theso changing times, will Richmond, Kentucky Neighborhood Houso and Prof. John contributo largely to tlio welfare of Col. Jesse Cobb, Auctioneer homes of tomorrow, Smith of Berea Academy. F. tho mountain Written to Mr. Jamos Burgess NOTES BY THE WAY By LeVant Dodge In JACKS0N COUNTY FAIR this Issue is found tho an- SMART PEOPLE BUY DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS OWEN McKEE co w, us ""s flrsl-lluen- ce - "' rd er PUBLIC AUCTION We Will On Fine Rockcastle County Farm September 4, 1918, at 2:00 O'clock rn Do-fen- se pro-pra- m. MADISON REALTY CO. Education at Berea Is in Reach of All Who Aspire Paso Six. TUB CITIZEN August, 22, 1018. MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Rob:rt F. Spcnce, Farm Demonstrator and Special Investigator A REAL CORN SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE 1st Door HOME DEPARTMENT Conducted by Miss Margaret Dizney, Director of Home Science CANNED TOMATOES SOLDIER 20, 1918, Orlando, Ky. July Mr. Robert F. Spcnce, llcrca, Ky. My Dear County Agent: I will wrilo you a few linos lo To make good bono development UOOT dCtlOOl Derea S possible, tho pig must havo plenty General Eduoalton for thoso not far advanced, combined with somo vocational training. No matter what your present advancement, of mineral mailer in Uio ration. wo can put you with otliors liko yourself and glvo chance for Certain feeds, such as lankago, skim most rapid Improvement. milk, clover and alfalfa, contain a Inrgo percent of Mineral mattcy Corn contains very little. Ilcgaru Door English Academy Course less of tho kind of feed being used, for moso wno are not expoctlng lo loach and who are not going however, it is an excellent plan to thru Collcgo and dosire moro general education. It also glvos keep a supply of somo mineral mix tho best general education for thoso who wish a good start In trough or box whero turo in tho study and oxpect to carry it on by thomsolves. tho pig can help Itself at any time. A mixture of the following material s Door Normal School is good for this purposo: This gives the best training for thoso who oxpect to teach. 2 bushels of charcoal or slaked Courses aro so arranged that young peoplo can teach through the coal. summer and fall and attend school through tho winter and spring, 1 bushel wood aslie-- j thus earning monoy to keep right on in thoir courses of study. 2 quarts slaked lime. Read Dinsmoro's great book, "How lo Teach a District School." 2 pounds salt. Don't forgot that your pig needs Door Academy Course a great deal of cool, fresh water inis lsinosirnigniroaa to uonegc hest training In Mathematics, days. A pig U exactly theso hot Science, Languages, History and all preparatory subjects. The like a boy or girl in this respect Academy is now Borca's larfcst department If there is no natural water supply in tho pasturo where your pig Door College is running, you should put fresh water in a trough for it al least Tins is tne crown of the wholo Institution, and provides standard courses in all advanced subjects. three times each day. Bo sure, too, that thero is plenty of shade in tho A Temporary Raise In Board Is forced by war conditions. For pasture. A pig would gel vory hot twenty-fiv- e years the board has remained the samo In Berea, but the lying out in the sun all day. 1. llnllBlinl atftlnftnn In wli I n Vi Mm h1, r. n I Uncle Sam is counting on you to u lmpossib,0 for U3 vo on lne samo haye ,n t raise a good pig this yea III UUlIlbl Thfa nrfr1 ' ti M In Ihn fnrmor. nrnnnano nf tho qi. o .nj IKiTl ln w " " w. ..... VAi'vtlA. w uiiu rivuv fcv i. PATRIOTIC CLUB MEMBER your bit to help win llio war. U ()UlltiAw ampnaaa .if IIia Knew , Vttil ultll Iaaha. IUn .njl t.l ..II , ,1.1H IliUICj buu MVSh IIUII tURfe 111 Lll I Ul Afw..uwtj UU UU; Dcrca, Ky., July 19, 1918. fail him. Let's adopt "Caro and schools and "cheaper than staying at homo." Mr. R. F. Speneo, Kindness," as our slogan in tho Bcrca, Ky. club work. If you practice Iheso, PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE. Incidental fee and room rent Dear Sir: the pig will do its part. by tho term, board by the half term. Installments are. aa follows: A few lines from our Agricul Yours, very sincerely. ture Club at Scaffold Cano school, Robert F. Spend;, FALL TERM to let you know wo are ono of your County Agent. Expenses for Boys Clubs and doing our bit VOCATIONAL AND ACADCMY Berea. Ky, FOUNDATION SCHOOLS AND NORMAL I havo visited Chairman of each COLLKGR Incidental Feo $ 5.09 7.00 $ 0.00 division: they arc doing fine. I met 7.00 7.00 7.00 one or two that did not know how TIME FOR THE WORTHLESS DOG Room 12.25 Board, 7 weeks 12.25 12J2S to keep record book. I showed them TO GO Amount duo Sent 11. 11)18.. 24.25 25.25 2625 the best I knew how. Hftccn years ago, wliero I live, Board. 7 weeks, duo Oct 20.. 12.25 1225 1225 Our pigs are looking fine; Total for Term '3050 38.00 3750 aro very well; thero aro somo nearly every farm nnu its hock oi that aro having some trouble with sheen. Today, thero aro only four Expenses for Girls the gaps. Our corn is good and farms where sheen are raised. There incidental ree 9 5.00 $ 7.00 $ 6.00 potatoes is nlenLvof land nroduciner nothinir. beans aro up fine. Iri3h 7.00 7.00 7.00 vliop n o irnniUireri finite nf shnonlUCOm . are looking very good for such dry 10.50 weeks 1050 1050 ' could be thriving. Tho reason is Board, weatfie'r. ' Amount due Sopt II. 1918.. 22X0 2350 2150 Mr. Spence, Mama is using somo mostly dogs. Board, 7 weeks, due 0"t 'JO.. 1050 1050 1050 country today, Wo havo in tho Irish potatoes out of my patch Total for Term '33.00 34.00 '35.00 many thousands or worliuess aogs Will it be all right to keep tho This docs not inolude the dollar deposit nor money for books or number of gallons that she uses and that aro doing nothing but eating and destroying tilings, Tho causo laundry. put it down in record book? Wo never get out of heart. Wo of so many worthless dogs i3 that Special Expenses in Additioa to Incidental Fee Baiinesa think of our soldiers and allies in thero are so many men keeping dogs Sprint? Winter Fall 10.60 Europe, fighting. Our boys are the who aro not able to keep them and stenography and Typewriting 514.00 912.00 14.00 12.00 10.00 best fighters in the world. They who don't need them. I havo seen Bookkeeping (brief course) 7JV 6.00 5.00 must be fed so as to maintain their tenant farmers with six to ton chil- - Bookkeenlnit (regular course) dren. who kept four or five dogs.1 Business course for Btudents qualities. in other departments: Our enemies are not well fed; They hardly ever mado moro than 9.00 1050 750 Stenography their stamina will break down un- enough foodstuff to do them till .May or June. They had to make u Typewriting, with one hour's der rations of bread made of ground 7.00 use of Instrument 6.00 6.00 straw and potatoes; such as 'the crop and work for what they ate Com. Law., Com. Geog., Com. Austrian prisoners state they aro and wait from then till something was raised. They kept and fed, or Arith., or Penmanship, each.. 150 2.10 150 living on. tried to feed, these dogs instead of In no caso will special Business Fees exceed $15.00 per term. It lias often been said that food will win the war. Wo will chango feeding a hog or somo chickens. All students do some work with their hands from six to six Theso four farmers whom I spoko this and say that well-fe- d men of, who keep sheep, havo taken tho teen hours a week as Janitors or in tho farm, carpenter shop, printwill win tho war. Combination of ing office, laundry, boarding hall, ofllco, etc., and rcceivo pay which good men and good food, with tho situation into thoir own hands. Thoy warned tho Aieighbors that reduces their expenses. principles that wo aro fighting for, will certainly bring victory to tho every stray dog found on thoir pre young man or young woman can get an education Any Allies, and his club keeps in mind mises would bo killed. They had at Berea if there is the will to do so. that wo aro in this war for victory. to kill a fow lo let tho peoplo know If it is imposslblo for any young man or young woman to' bo So the women and children on tho that they meant what thoy said. farms and in tho homes can keep Somo of tho neighbors told them if in school llio full year, by all means thoy should enter for a courso dur- thcy caught Uioir Jdogs on thoir ing tho winter and spring terms. our men in tho trenchess well-fe- d. ,. . . ... , .... farm by themselves, thoy would ... .... ..,.... Yes, wo club members of Scaffold kill them. Thoso who didn't want and Cane school will do our bit advanced pupils should not be idlo through the long wintor Winnie Hackott. their dogs killed kept them tied, months but should bo studying in Berea whero tho best education can E?J Note Winnie is Secretary and tho result is that thero is bo gotten for least monoy. of Scaffold Cano Boys and Girls' hardly ever a raid. Then it is dono Applicants must bring or tend a testimonial showing that they art Agricultural Club. She's certainly. by some dog that lives two or three miles away. above 15 years old, In good health and of good character. This may be doing her part in this great war. What wo need is a tax of ten dol- signed by some former Berea student in good standing or some reliable She visits and talks to her club lars on each dog. This would causo teacher or neighbor. The use of tobacco is strictly forbidden. members. Moro girls like her aro all of the worthless dogs to bo killed wanted. For information or friendly advlco write to the Secretary, nnd dono away with. I liko a good let you know how I am getting along in my corn lliis year. I bavo laid it by in good condition; it Is looso and pretty clean. I would liko to 800 you about thoso War Savings Stamps you want mo lo buy. I am glad lo toll you wo have signed up and pledged to tako $50.00 worth of stamps. This is for (ho cntiro family. My corn is lasscllng, some of it, not big enough and some of it-- is yet. Wo have got a good crop this year. Wo have- got in about 10 acres of corn this year. I havo had to work so much I havo not got to go to school any this year, but expect to start tlio week after next. I will get thru laying by tho corn the 25lh of this month. I am keep ing my record book up tho best I know how, and havo studied somo of my lessons. I havo just got an aero of corn this year, so I havo wrote about all I know for this lime. Answer soon. Yours as a Club member, Hoscoo Proctor, Ed. Note. This boy is growing an aero of corn corn looking fine Ho also has W aero of navy beans Last year ho grow corn, raising 55 bushels per aero. His corn and beans aro growing on a poor, rocky hill side. If Roscoo can do this, other boys can. Thero aro more than a scoro of others doing tho samo thing in Rockcastlo County -- blue grass pasture, It is necessary to uso more of somo concentrated protein food, such as tankage, mid For lines, sov bean meal, clc. cxamplo 100 pounds of crushed shelled corn and 10 pounds of lank- age Is n good mixturo for pigs on blue grass, while 5 to 7 pounds of lankago mixed Willi 100 pounds of crushed shelled corn would bo suf ficient if tho pigs wcro on a legume- i - Berea's Vocational Schools money-earnin- Try Those Recipes For Canning Soup Vegetables and Tomato Sauce Tho tomato is most frequently Always add a teaspoon of salt to vanned in tho homo for slcwimt pur each quart can of vegetables. poses, but as they are plentiful this Tomato Sauce yenr, and as llio liouscwlfo will havo I quart of tomato pulp an nbundanco of empty jars, owing I small onion to tho fruit shortage, tho following I pepper recipes will, no doubt bo very wcl I teaspoon of salt come, ns well as limoly. Tho to 1 tablespoon of brown sugar mato is used in llio diet, not so much 1 tablespoon vinegar for its food valuo, as for tho mineral mixed spices sails which it contains, and for this Scald nnd pool llio tomatoes, add reason, wo add bread, servo il as sauco, with meal loaf and uso it as tho other ingredients and cook until n dressing for spaghetti, rice, beans tho poppers nnd onions aro lender. Ilve-ccpackago of and other cereal foods. Tomato Purchase a pulp, to which milk lias been added, mixed cloves nnd tlo llicm in n small hag. Placo Iheso In makes n delicious, Inexpensive nnd rhceso-clol- h tho tomatoes whilo they aro cooknutritious dish. ing in tho open kotlto; when the Tomato Pulp Place llio lomalocs in boiling sauce has become, seasoned lo tasto, water for two minutes, plunge renvovo them, rinso tho hag nnd them innnedialply Into cold wnlcr, save it until required for catsup nnd remove tho skins nnd cores. or another canning of sauco. Tho Place tho tomatoes in a kettle and twenty minutes required for slowboil them for thirty minutes. Pass ing tho tomatoes, for any of Iheso llio tomato pulp thru n siovo, pack in ptirpoos will properly stcrilizo llio hot glass Jars, and add a loaspoon bag, and in this manner quite an of salt to each quart Storilizo in economy may ho effected, for a spice hag may bo used llvo or six tho hot water hath for twenty-flv- o minutes. This pulp, whon opened, limes. should bo measured, half nnd half, Tomato Paste with wholo cow's milk, or If I quart thick s Ira I nod tomato pulp skimmed milk is used, n tablespoon 1 slico of onion of butter should be added. Servo 1 tablespoons of chopped, sweet very hot red pepper pulp, or 1 teaspoon Soup Vegetables of nprika 1 teaspoon Tomatoes, corn, string beans, pepof salt pers, butter beans nnd parsley may I teaspoon of sugar 1 tablespoon .of mixed spices be canned for soup vegetable. Pro-patho siring beans, bulter beans Cook tho spices, tied in n bag with nnd peppers by cooking them, as for tho tomato pulp, in a pan over canning separately. Blanch them boiling hot water for about thrco for fully fifteen minutes in boiling hours, or until tho paste is thick water, cold dip them, cook tho corn enough to hold the shnpo of a spoon on tho cob for ten minutes, cut off, when tested by dipping out a spoonand pack each sterilized Jar about ful. Bottlo hot In freshly scalded full of corn, add tho bottles, cork and seal with wax or beans and peppers and parsloy, pnralllne. which has been washed, chopped This tomato paste is known to and parboiled, until tho jar is about every Kuropcan and is sold In all half full of these vegetables. Then Italian stores in this country. Its pour the hot tomato pulp over them value lies in the fact that it Is until the jar is full. Placo the jars concentrated and that any kind of in tho boiler nnd storillzo them for a bottle may bo used for storing It three hours. Never can cabbage, provided it has been well boiled. onions, or any other vegotnblo that It may be used for seasoning soup, will keep of itself, Willi soup vege- beans, whether baked or boiled, tables, for this wastes Jar space. spaghetti, riee. oatmeal or macaroni. nt ro one-quart- er Training that adds lo your general education. g power, combinod with Carpentry, Bricklaying, Print- FOR YOUNQ HEN Agriculture, ing, Commcrco and Telegraphy. TOR YOUNQ LADIES Nursing, Stenography Uomo Science, Dressmaking, Cooking, and Typewriting. pasture. a l n n t r foundation oi i 3rd Berea's 4th Berea's 5th Berea's Preparatory 6th Berea 11 ' I t f TAKE CARE OF THE CHILD'S DIET ANOTHER SUGAR SAVER great part of the illness among children up to six years of ugo is due to poor nutrition. This docs not mean always that tho food thoy get is insufficient in quantity, but that it is of tho wrong kind. Littlo children have no rcscrvo to draw A able-bodi- ed upon. Thoy must grow and develop Thoy cannot stand a small part of the privation adults can endure. For this reason, tho food for theso littlo folks is a matter of supremo importance. Thero should bo thrco good meals a day for them, tho heaviest at noon. Plenty of milk from ono to two pints daily should bo included, with an nbundanco of fresh vegetables and Heavy foods should bo cereals. avoided, as well 03 pastries and under ripo fruits. Eggs, fish, ripo fruits and c ureal s may be given freely, with meats in limited quan lilies. Tho farm is tho best placo in tlio world lo raiso a child, so far as diet is concerned, but there, as elsewhere, neglect may work much mischief. GIRLS Southern Agriculturist ns well as live. CINCINNATI MARKETS. Hay and Grain. Hay No. 1 timothy $29030, No. J $27.50028.50, No. 1 clover mixed 125.50 027.50, No. 2 clover mixed $24026, No. 1 clover 123. New Oats No. 2 white 72c, standard white 71c. No. 3 white 71c, No. 2 mixed 68ttG9c, No. 3 mixed 67H0 C8Hc. Com No. 2 white $2.0502.10. No, 3 white $202.05, No. 2 yellow $1,900 1.95, No, 3 yollaw $1.8501.90. No. 2 mixed $1.6501.80, No. 3 mixed $175 01.80. white oar $1.9002, yellow ear $1.76 01.80, mixed ear $1.6001.70. Butter, Eggs and Poultry. Butter Whole milk creamery extras 47Hc, centralized croamory extras 46c, "Several years ago, wo received a small sample packago of sugar-be- et seed," writes-.- a subscriber in the August "Woman's Homo Companion." "Wo had a littlo extra pacc inour gardou, so wo planted it. About harvest time, I visited a sugar beet factory and what I saw gave me tho following idea, which proved so successful in saving sugar thnl wo bavo always raised a few sugar beets. Wash and scrub every particle of dirt from tho beets, cut in small pieces nnd fill dish-pa- n or very large kettle. Cover with cold water and boil until beets are very soft Strain into nnothcr pan nnd cook syrup down until llio consistency Js oblnincd, being careful to skim nil Impurities from tlio syrup ns it boils. Add a few drops of mapelino lo glvo It color and flavor of maplo sugar. Cool and bottle. This last fall, wq mado sovortil gallons of syrup nt practl-rall- y no cost" do-sir- ed HELP IN PRODUCTION OF AIRPLANES TO MEMBERS OF AGRICULTURAL CLUBS RAISING PIGS: It is very necessary, if your pig is making rapid and profitable gains, that you keep it on good pasture of somo kind, all of tho time. A gain of ono pound, when a pig is on good pasture, costs only one-ha- lf to as much as when no pasturo is provided. Tho legumes, such as alfalfa, red and while clovor, aro excellent pastures for hogs. Bluegrass is also very good. Tlio legumo pasturo plants supply a largo amount of protein which was discussed in tho last loiter, but bluo grass, in tho middle of tho summer, does not contain a large proportion of this growth-producimaterial. On the contrary, however,, in spring and early summer and again in tho fall, bluo grass contains a largo amount of protein; consequently, if tho pig is not on two-thirds ng dog as well as any man, but I halo a dog as much as any men could, who is all tho timo gono from home, killing sheep, sucking eggs, breaking into smokehouses, or something else. It is getting timo for peoplo lo wako up and swat the worthless dog. If a man needs a dog and is ablo to keep ono, lot him get ono that is worth something. If lit) doesn't earn' ten dollars and his board In a year, you had better do away with him al once. Cloyd Gibson. In Southern Agriculturist. Country of Little Alaska has been called the land of the "great unwashed," and It la Bald that In some parts of the country water retail at (1 a bucket. In still other sections clothes are washe'd In the rivers, and women hare been seen "treadlug blankets" when the water was so cold as to turn their feet and ankles beet red. MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Ky. Berea College Hospital Best Equipment and Service at Lowest Cost. Wards for Men and for Women, Private Rooms, Baths, Electric Service. Sun-parlo- Prime firsts 37Hc firsts 36o, ordinary Drain 33c. Llvo IouUry DroIIors, 1H lb and over, 30c; under 1 lb, 32c; fowl. 4 lbs and over, 27c; do, under 4 lbs, 27c; roosters, 19c lb. Cattle Shippers $13016.50, butcher steers, extra $14015.60, good to choice 112014, common to fair $7.60011.50; heifers, extra $11012.60, good to choice $10010,75, common to fair $70 9.60, cows, extra $9,76011.25, good to choice $8.5000.50, common to fair $6.2508; canners $5.6006.26, stockers and feeders $70.11. Hogs ijolected heavy shippers $19.35, good to choice packers and butchers $19.35, medium (160.190 lbs) $19.36019.60, stags $11014.50, com moa to choice heavy fat sows $120 16.26, light shippers $19919.35, pigs (110 lbs and less) $14018. Sheep Extra $11.25 011.50, good to choice $10.60011.26 common to fair 14 . firsts 43c. Kggs Live Stock. Surgery, Care in I Eye Treatment, Nose and Ear, General Practice Child-birt- h, Wtr. Girls aro helping in airplane production by splicing cables and in other ways, according to H. E. Miles, chairman of the section for Industrial training for War Emergency of tho Council of National Defense. Referring to tho training department of a big manufacturing plant, ho says: "Kach day Ihcro goes from this department into tho factory proper, 30 new trained hands. Tho foremen wcro not particularly Interested at first in this now work; now, however, they want only operatives from tho training school. In this training room, girls learn in four days to spllco wiro cobles for fusl-lag- e, doing tho best work tho Army inspectors over saw. Then thoy go into tho shop and with tho advantage of tho oxact training thoy havo had, can splico 55 dally, against a previous averago of 40. Men operatives aro now asking for night classes to enablo them to tako moro highly skilled work." Forget It. Regretting the mUtukcs of yester day Is u poor substitute for preventing the mistakes of tho morrow. Kven though the heart be soro. for what ! over und done, It Is folly to Hit down and hi'wull It. The future Is before us, and needs cleur vision, not eyes tear dimmed. Come in and visit an establishment, which is a friend in need, and in reach of all the people. Robert H. Cowley, M.D., Physician Mrs. Anna Powell Hackett, Superintendent The Government Want Every Young Person In School August HOTIOVZD 22, 1018 TUB CITIZEN THE WORK Of THE Y. M. C. Pago Seven UNirOIN INTltNATIOlUL A. Tho Y.M.O.A. is cooperating wild every part of tlin United Stale Gov' ernment, wnr-lim- o commissions, churches nnil oilier organizations. Today vp nro ministering to tlto (ny nV. V II, K1T.VATKH, D. D., 1,00,000 iiipti of our Army hero nnd Tenclier of F.nitllih llltile In the Moody abroad, lo tlio 100,000 In the Nnvy, In Illbla Institute of Chicago.) I lie entire French nrmy of 5,000,000, to Mm Italian nrmy of three, or font million, nnd vn nro helping in Great 1 LESSON FOR SEPTEMBER Hrilain's work. We nre serving 60ME LAWS OF THE KINGDOM OF i.C,000,000 men nnd hoys, 31 lime? more men and hoys Minn we had in GOD. our membership when America . zl:l-4I.KSSON TKXTH-Lu- ke entered Mm wnr, From n speech tor (lOI.I)KN the word or t tin Jratu, how hn until. It la mora by Dr. John It. Moll, before n Spring-(lel- d Mra'M to Rive than to receive. Acta 20: conference of Y.M.O.A. secre.' SUNMCSOIOOL BAND GREAT maviu FEATURE MAJ. SIDNEY C. GRAVES RUTH LAW, THE FLYING WONDER, Lesson The ns duuii ouuuiuu Stato Fair uj TO BREAK AIR RECORDS AT FAIR , bBbbb mi wBbBbJ -- "mMHWIMIWHJW'lim in., n mimmmmmmmmmmmvmm I , :30-S- TKXT-ltrmem- I)i:yOTIONAI nRADINO-- II Corln-tlila- ADDITIONAL TI'.ACIiritfl-l.ii- ka Corlnthlnna :t1S; llrlirewi I Chronicle 29ll-S- . MATERIAL 18:9; Itomnna 13:16; 12:S; Kira li TOIl II Tito principles of ethics which shnll provnll In tho enrth when Josus C'hrlRt shnll lio king nro entirely different from thoe of tho world. Tho worldly spirit always Inquires ns to whnt gntn will nccrtto from nn nctlon or service. ItH policy In doing Rood for tho sake of getting good. Those who have been mndo partakers of tho dlvlno nature, who nro really subjects of the kingdom, do Rood because thoy hnvc tho nnturn nnd spirit of Ood, not because they expect something In return. I. Give to Every Man That Aiketh of Thee (v. J!0). Tli I a does not inenn tlint nny request thnt mny he mndo by tho Idle, greedy nnd selfish should bo granted. Only evil would result from such Indlscrlml-unt- o nnd unregulated Riving. Such benevolence would foNter Idleness nnd Oftentlutes the worst selfishness. thing you can do for n mnn Is to give Mm money. Tho drttnknrd will only spend It for moro drink; the Rntr.bler will contlnuo Ids dlsslpntlnn. Tho meaning then Is, rIvo to tho one nsk-tn- g tho thing which he needs. The mnn In poverty needs to bo given n wny to enrn his living, rnther tlmn to bo given money without tho necessity of labor. There Is thnt In tho humnn henrt which refuses chnrlty, nnd cries out for n menns to honestly gnln n livelihood. II. Of Him That Taketh Away Thy Goods, Aik Them Not Again (v. 80). "Ask" here menns demnnd. It doubt-les- s forbids the forcible demanding of 'tho return of thnt which has been taken from one. III. Do to Other Men t You Would That They Should Do Unto You (w. Tho sixteenth annual Kentucky State Fair to bo held In Louisville the will bonst In week of September Thavlu's Hand of forty musicians one of the greatost musical organizations ever appearing at a Stato Fair The Thavlu organization Is made up of forty splendidly trained musicians who aro arrayed In military regalia anil ac companylng It Is a coterlo of solo art. lets of International repute, together with n galaxy of ballet dancers who taries. are said to be terpslchorean wonders and fully up to tho coryphee support It Is comforting lo have Mie report of I'avlowa, Geneo or Ruth St. Dbnls, Thavlu's Hand was one of the sixfrom our doctors, not only Miat our teen great organizations which played nrmy Is physically Mm cleanest Mint Mie world has ever known, but Mint under modern surgical methods, BBBBBmBe3BBflHPBBaBBBBBBB ninety per cent of our wounded men BBBKBV'flnBlHBrBBBBV in Mm hospitals will lie restored tc Mm full enjoyment of their physical powers. B8BBXjJ.TTiff II.IBtBBMBMBMBJ bbRbbIbbbbH BBBBMBBaBsVji BBBBr MFjHM' ") 'ii lironre tnhlet containing Mm Ten Commandments has been placed in the front wall of the court house In I'illsliiirg, I'a. It was presented by menvhers of all n Unions faiths, and so far ns known is the flrt action of the kind in the history of Mie world. Wntrlimnn-Kxamine- r. A I BBuleflBHBIf'--flBuBBEillBB MnJ. Sidney I, Knives, West t'olnt. 101B, who has been decornted for brnvcry In France, Is to go with his father, MaJ. Oen. William S. Gmvcs, DRINK General Pershing says: "Hanlsli who will command tho American Major Graves has forces in Klliorliu had some stirring experiences In Severn! engagements In Franco, nnd wns selected for the Slberlnn mission solely on his military record. the entire liquor industry from the I'tiited Slates; close every saleon, every brewery; suppress drinking by severe punishment to Mm drinker, and if necessary, death to tho seller, or maker, or both, as traitors, and tho Nation will suddenly litul itself ntnaed nt its efllciency, ami startled nt Mm increase in its labor supply. I shall not go slow on prohibition, for I know what is the greatest foe lo my men, greater even than the bullets of tho enemy." Lloyd George says; "Drink, during Mm war, lias used up as much tonnage ns the Germans have sunk with Drink, durnil their submarines. ing the wnr, has killed moro men than have been killed by Mm German submarines. Drink, during the destroyed moro food than This ethic puts life's activities on wnr, lias the highest possible ground. Ho does oil tlio submarines put together." Ex. not say, refroln from doing thnt which you would not like to bo done to you, ns even Confucius taught; but to posAPPRECIATION itively mnke the rule of your life the "So yo gaun to lavco us, passim," doing to others ns you would wish said an old lady lo a vicar. "Yes, them to do unto you. Loving those ho replied; "I'm getting on who love us, doing good to those who Sarah," do good to us, nnd lending to those in years, and they can not hear mo from whom we hope to receive. Is Just at tho end of the church." "Hcar'o I what all tho sinners of the world nrc Bute, that don't matter, so long as doing. The child of tho kingdom of wo can sec yo; and you know, pas-su- n, Christ Is to be different 'tain't Mm pigs that squeaks tho IV. Love Your Enemies (v. 33). loudest makes Mm bes bacon." That which Is natural to the humnn heart Is to hnte the enemy. To love A WOMAN WORKER CAUGHT IN In the rent sense menns to sincerely THE SPRING OFFENSIVE enemy desire tho good at even one's "Tho Red Cross Magazine." for nnd willingness to do anything possible to bring thnt good. Such nctlon September has pointed in full a Is only possible to those who hnvo letter "written by Miss ElizabcMi been born again. Christ loved those Hllss, a member of tho Smith Colwho hnted him. He was willing even lege, Unit, stationed at GrccourL to die for bis enemies. Worcester, Mass., V. Lend, Hoping for Nothing Again Miss Dliss is from and, nfter graduating from college (v. 83). This Is whnt tho Henvenly Fnther is wns engaged in social work in Now constantly doing. Ha Is kind nnd York City. Tim lettcrtclls of tho. unto the unthnnkful nnd the llight of tho inhabitants hoforo tho wicked. Ho sends his rain and sun great German drive in tlio region shine upon tho unjust nnd sinners. Ho around Ham, Vorlains and Erchcu. makes fruitful the toll of those who paragraph, clipped blaspheme his name. He thus does bo Tim followinlb' from Miss Hliss' letter, gives nn idea causo it Is his nuturo to so do. VI. Do Merciful (r. SO). of Mm flno spirit with which our Tho example for the Imitation of tho workers abroad aro meeting ovcry dlsclplo Is tho Heavenly Futhcr. emergency: VII. Judge Not (v. !I7). "As wo came thru Mm galo, wo To Judge does not meitn the placing saw that Mm grounds wero full or of Just estimates upon men's actions English soldiers who wero lo bo nnd lives, for, "lly their fruits yo shnll Our know them." Tho tree Is Judged by quartered Micro for tho night. tho fruit It bears. Tho thorn tree does dining room was full of offlcors-annot bear figs, nor the npplo treo benr Mm girls wero cooking madly of grnpes. Our only wny of discerning course all of our French bolp bad tho chnrncter of men nnd women Is lied. Tho men wero oxhaustcd. their actions. Thnt which Is con- having fought or been on tho march demned Is censorious Judgnlwit tho for 30 bours and having been 21 Impugning of motives. hours without rations. Wo warmed VIII. Condemn Not (v. 87). up cans of beans, gavo them This means thnt wo should not puss sentence upon men for their nets, for bread and crackers, mado macaroni to their own master they stum! or full and tea gallons of tea it was what (Horn. 14:4). The ren! reason why I hey most wanted. Tlioso ofllccrs such action Is not warranted Is that wero wonderful-tb- oy bad been tho blus of our hearts and tho limitathru Hell nnd it was in Iboir oyos, tion of our Judgments render It Ini" but their manners, their poiso, tholr lKiBslhle to righteously und Intellicalm was just Mm samo. Tho Enggently pnss Judgment. lish aro sports of tlio host kind, IX. Forgive (v. 37.) Thoso who forgive shall bo forgiven. und I tako olT my bat to then;. Wo Tho ono who has realized tho forgiv- ran that canteen until two, for soling mercy of Ood will bo gracious and diers kept pouring in; and It was forgiving toward others. worth having como to Franco, lo XI. Liberality Determined by What havo boon on tho spot wbon thoy It Left (Luke 111:1-1- ). or what thoy Tho rich cast Into tho treasury much, needed you. Think Tho hail been Mini nnd what was still but It was from their abundance poor widow cast In ull that sho hntl; ahead of Ihoin, and thon lo find food thero was nothing left. God estimates nnd rest and women In Mm midst of a gift by what ono lias left, not by it. I am so glad wo didn't loavo the size of tho gift. To glvo tho wid- when wo woro llrst warned I By ow's mlto Is to glvo ull. For tho every olllcor and soldier was to glvo tho widow's mlto would two, asleep ami Mien wo got busy and mean for him to give his millions. rooked oatmeal and colTco for tho wbolo 200 for breakfast." Genius and Taste, To say nothing of Its holiness or authority tho lllhlo contains moro Birds In England. specimens of genius and tusto than It Is it curious fnct that of tho 2C0 Lun-doany other volume lu existence. sorts of birds found In Clrent Ilrltuln . only 110 are residents ull tho year grn-clod r. TO 9BjBBBBBBBaBaBBBBtBBBBsfaBaBa9 Thavlu. CONTROL PACKING Governrrlent at the Panama-PacifiImposition, an4 It was the only one coinmliilonad to play a return engagement. As a traveling organization It has visited all the Senator Borah of Idaho Will Introduce Measure Which He Believes principal cities of the United States Will Speedily Become Law. and has Invariably received a contract c May Supervise the Industry During War. in, i.ii r Timmn nun O IMTXRKVnOKAI raOTO , rr- - n mrn TTrTnrtt 1 for a return engagement. Thavlu himself la a musician of the widest onlture and training and his leadership la demonstrated by the1 merit of his muelelans' performances. Ills programs are made up of selec-Uon- Washington, Aug. 10. A bill enrry- lng out the federal trade commission's recommendations thnt the packing Industry be supervised for the period of the war by the United Stntes gov appealing to cosmopolitan tdeaF ernment will be introduced by Senator and are of a kind to delight crowd Ilornh of Idnho soon nfter the senate with tasUs a divers as that of reconvenes. BUU Fair Senator Dornh announced that the bill Is now In prepnrntlon by the fed eral trade commission. He believed FAIR Its passage wns certain and that It AUTO would havo the nctlve support of the administration forces In both houses, The bill will give the government powPopular Sport For Visitors to er to supervise the transportation of mcuts nnd to control the stockynrds, Louisville During but would not federalize the entire September pncklng business nnd the manufacture of "It Is a temporary measure aimed to Senator Borah Something New In Entertainment Line check profiteering," snld. "After the wur, of course, I shall la Thrilling and Exciting From stand for complete government ownerStart to Finish. ship." Additional legislation to nllow the "Auto Polo" Is announced as a star president to supervise transportation feature of the amusement attractions of meats and control the stockynrds. of the sixteenth annual Kentucky Is necessary, Horah believed. The auBute Fair, to be held In Loulivllle the thority conferred In the national defense act, the railway control law and week of September This game will be an, entire Innova- the food control law Is sufllclent, he However, the federal trade said. tion to 84te Fair visitors, and la her- commission tukes the opposite view alded ae one of the most unique, ex- end holds that nny action must wait ofciting and absorbing conteste ever on new legislation. fered at the Kentucky Fair or any If the evidence tho federal trade commission has can bo substantiated, other celebration of like character. The entertainment consists of t many of tho packers can be put In Jail batth for violation of the Sherman act, between polo experts who are tnounte Hornh nsserted. In especially constructed automobile Instead of on polo ponies aa of yorr BRITISH TANKER SENT DOWN Playing the game In addition to man auto aging a careening, space-eatinSteamship Mlrlo Torpedoed Off Cape mobile Is a proposition calculated t Hatteras, and Nine Members of spectators on the qui vlve o keep the Crew Drowned. excitement and suspense, and the garni In Its present form rather tends t, Beaufort, N. O., Aug. 10. Tho Britpolo look llki make the ish tank steamship Mlrlo wns torpechild's play. Capo The polo contests will take placi doed by a German submarine off every nlgbt of the Fair In the big 160 Hatteras and, according to reports reaching here, nine members of her 000 HIppodromo Building and ever) In front of the race tract crew were drowned. afternoon All the other members of tho Mtrlo'g grandstand. were saved by coastguards and The game la said to be on whlcl crew brought safely to shore. has created a furore In the- - sportlnt hnvc been They said the torpedo struck tho vesworld, and few can watch the ourious automobiles "turn tur sel nmhlshlps nnd that soon afterward gasollno tho cargo tie" at orltlcal periods of the game and Are to thoofship nnd exploded, setting compelling them right themselves Immediately by rea build, without being on to Jump for their lives. son of their their feet with excitement during the FIGHT AGAINST HEAVY ODDS better pari of the game. No more sensational, thrilling or Inspiring sight could be imagined than Huth Law's aerial performance In her Curtis biplane, In which she soars high above the clouds, or skims like a dipping swallow almost within reach of the earth as she spirals, loops, rides s taxi up banks, and volplanes, and visitors to the sixteenth annual Kentucky State Fair, side-downose-spin- POLOJT be held In Louisville of September will be electrified twice daily during the week and twice on Sunday preceding the Fair by this peerless wonder of tho air. The Sunday flights, In which Miss Law will go after the altitude record and her own wonderful score, are part of a special Sunday program, which Includes a magnificent sacred concert by Thavlu's Band of forty musicians, his special soloists of International fame, and a massed chorus of over three hundred singers from the Jubilate Choral Association, of Louisville, with Fred O. Neutxel, Flora Marguerite Bartelle, Marie Sled- - which will the week p fried and Leo Sandman as principals. has given Invaluable The with the Fair as regards tho Sunday concert arrangements and his connection with the Choral Association guarantees a musical feature of exceptional merit, and one which vies with the great attractions offered In Ruth Law, who Is sister to Rodman Law, the first "human fly" and one ot tho most daring and remarkable per stunts In existformers of break-necence. It Is claimed that Miss Law's one ambition Is to equal or excel ber famous brother, who has performed alt feats and more of the perDouglas Fairbanks supposedly forms In his screen "thrillers." In addition to these great attractions the Fair management Is this year offering a prize list which will total to despite the fact that the state's appropriation to the Fair Is but $15,000. This is done, and the entire proceeds from all sources turned back among the agriculturists In order to stimulate the agricultural and live stock Industries of the state and thereby help the Government by helping food first-namehair-raisin- g s $78,-000, FAMOUS ACTS FOR FAIR HIPPODROME nerve-tinglin- wildly-excitin- g 1 mm wmm g pony-playe- The great $10,000 five galted saddle hone stake which was Introduced at the Kentucky Stat Fair last year and will be a feature of the sixteenth an-nual Kentucky State Fair thla year, focuses tho attention of the horse-worla on the state. The event of a eensattonal struggle for 'hamplonsblp honors among the Stallone on Monday night, the mares on 'uondsy nlgbt and the geldlnge on Vedneiday nlgbt, while the grand hamplonshlp of the world Is fought jut betweeu mares, stallions and geld-- 1 lugs on Saturday night of Fair wek. 1 d con-dit- New York Airman Killed When Thirty German 'Planes Attack Three American Machines. I Paris, Aug. 10. Lieut. Wnlter B. Miller of Now York city, a former member of tho Lafayette escadrtllo, who was transferred to tho American service, wns killed In an aerial combat August 3. Ills patrol, consisting of three machines, wns nttneked by a German squadron of 80 atrplnnes. no fell Insldo tho American lines. Tho other members of tho patrol escaped after a Uerco struggle SENATOR'S ILLNESS IS FATAL Jacob H. Qalllnger, Prominent New Hampshire Statesman, Dlee In Hospital at Franklin. Whale Eaten by Many. Tho Indians of tho l'nclllc coast before tho whlto man came hunted tho narwhalo In their swift, row canoes, killing It with light harpoons. For many yours whalo meat wns used lurgely by them. Tho Japanese for centuries have eaten whalo beef. Among the nations of Kuropo It has been common food In tho past. hlgh-prowe- Franklin. N. IL. Aug. 10. United States Senator Jacob II, Gulllnger of New Ilumpshtro died nt a hospital here early today. The great $150,000 Pavilion at tha cus of marvelous animal actors ot minKentucky State Fair, In Louisville, iature size and nmazlng intelligence. This act Is said to be magnificently will be the scene each night of a mon-sto- r oqulppod and tho diamond harness ot amusement revue preceding tho tho animals has caused widespread $10,000 Horso Show, which will bo ono comment. Tho famous Colli Troupe ot the "far East." n representatives of the paramount features of tho They number 7 Persian acrobats of scbedulod for Septombcr whirlwind method and amazing feats. This featuro of the Fair's entertain The Cell! Troupe is costumed in Oriyear,' ental splendor, and Is distinctive In Its ment has grown from year to until It has developed Into ono ot tbej lino ot entertaining. The Rodriguea, most enjoyable and Important attrac- - Brothers, perch pole artists, guarantee thrills galore by moans ot tholr dare tions of tho entire exhibit, and ono devil stunts on lofty vaulting poles. which vies with the great Horso Show j Tho Boganny Troupe are sensational' i In popular Interest. acrobatic artists who work with a The attractions announced for tho speed and vim which enhances their maneuvers. Mr. and Mrs. Btato Fair mako an Imposing roster. Bert Davis as "Uuclo Hiram" and addition to Thavlu's great band "Aunt Lucindy" Birdseed are comeIn ot forty skilled musicians In military' dians who aro the source of endless uniforms, the soloists of international fun to Fair patrons; Fred Zobcdlo and fame and tho bovy of wonderful ballet his troupe of five are recognized as dancers accompanying his organiza tho leading equilibrists of tho Amertion, who will give two concorta and ican and European field, and the exhibitions dally, the list of features lovoly Lunetto Sisters, In the "Whirl-ln- g (lOisha Girl" performance, comIncludes tho picturesque "girl act" billed as "Freddie's 1918 Blcyclo Won- pletes tho list of Hippodrome attract-Hon- s to bo offered at the coming Stat, ders" and made up ot dainty femlnlue experts on wheels; Hall's De Luxe Clr-- t Fulr. eclo-bratlohalr-ratslu- g round. 1 Pago Eight. THE CITIZEN implore His loving kindness on tho OBITUARY August 23, 1018. I know you want to attend this fair. It is where Like many a noble son. tion. Miss Mary Burnell, of Glades, and family, of Hamilton, Ohio, rethe mountain folk meet with the people from is making a visit with hor sister, turned to their home, Friday, after Ho thought of loving ones at homo Our Sunday-scho- ol a threo weeks' visit with relatives And of his sweetheart, fair. Mrs. Tom McQueen. other sections of Kentucky for three days of is progressing line, with largo here and at Hugh. pleasure and satisaction. They oft had cheered lils weary attendance. Miss Nellio G. Lake stay New Track, new buildings and Floral Hall visited Misses Lizzie and Mattic LEE COUNTY With letters, "over there." and Attractive Premium List. Excursion from Sunday. Miss Winnio Hackott Lake, Beattyville spent Sunday evening with Miss London and East Bernstadt each day of fair. Beattyville, Aug. 17. Miss Ber-tell- e, He prayed for loving ones at home, Minty MoQueen. Prospects fine for best fair in Kentucky. Come of Athol, was in town, Sat- And for his sweetheart fair; Bobtown urday, on business. Five more of That God might ever help them, to the mountains for a rest and you will never Their strikening grief to bear. Bobtowu, Ang. 19. The corn our boys left hero last Thursday to regret attending this fair where Old Fashioned crops and gardens in this section attend the Government Industrial His faith grew over stronger, hospitality exists. aro suffering very badly for want School, at Indianapolis, Indiana. At the closing of life's day of rain. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Guess From there, they will bo sent He faintly breathed a gentlo prayCr and family havo returned from to various parts of tho U. S- - and And calmly passed away. WRITE FOR CATALOG Lebanon, Ohio, whero they have then to France. This has been a He was laid to rest by strangers, been visiting relatives for tho past great week in Beattyville. Tho week. Mr. and Mrs. Zack Necly Teachers' Institute was held here Beneath a foreign sod spent a few days last week with this week, conducted by Prof. J. C. Far from the care of kindred dear, W. Rr. Reynolds, Pres. Wm. Dunagan, Sec. But, oh, so near to God I relatives at Foxtown. Lewis Gab- - Lewis, of Winchester, and was a bard sold his farm to Sam Alcorn f'r success in every way; also ChauTread softly, strangers, softly, tho neat sum of $2,200, poscsaion tauqua was held here three days Disturbing not bis rest. to be given December 1. Mr. and and ended on Thursday with a War Who mado such precious sacrifice Sleep on, sleep on bravo horo, Mrs. Whitt Moody and family and Conference. O'er our immortal dead. One of tho largest For thy country, in distress America's nohlo son I Miss Blanche Lawson spent Satur crowds wo have every seen was Thou hast fought a good fight. Sleep on, sleep on, our hero. day and Sunday with Attorney O. P. present. Captain Allen, of tho Tread softly, and speak gently Thou hast kept tho faith Jackson, near Richmond. Miss Mat Britisli Army, and Prof. II. H. Cherry, While around tho grave you tread. Thy rewanl is awaiting thec, And a noble victory won. tie Lovett and Melvin Bishop were of Bowling Green, were tho chief With flowers fair, to scatter there, Thou hast lain asido thy heavy cros A Friend. For a crown of victory. home, Aug speakers, with several others. married at the bride's 10, Rev. Ambicso officiating Mr. James Bowman, of Richmond, is and Mrs. Roy F irchum and biby Visiting his (daughter, Mrs. J. B. spent Saturday night and Sunday Hicronynius, hero at present. Jeff with Mr. and Mrs. John Flinchum Kilburn, of Tallega, ono of our Mrs. Joo Creekmoro and daughter, hustling farmers and business men, Laura, aire visiting relatives at was in town Saturday. Kirksvillo this week. Mr. and Mrs CLAY COUNTY lorn Powell and children wero Berea visitors Monday. Rev. Am Vine brose will preach at tho school Vine, Aug. 17. Hot, dry weather OF house, Sunday night, August 25. still continues. There aro several Blue Lick cases of flux in this community. Blue Lick, Aug. 19. Crops of corn Isaac Pennington will soon begin and tobacco in this section have building his new dwelling. The been seriously damaged by tho threshers havo been in this neigh drought; corn, however, may over- borhood this week; oats and wheat come the damage, to some extent. seem to be a good yield. Dan Pen if the season proves favorable; and nington and son, Burley, havo gono WE WILL ON bo it remembered that tobacco has to Livingston to seek employments-Sch- ool is progressing nicely at this a surprising faculty of growing out of drought damage in a short time, place, wilh Miss Delia Wells as lato in tho season. Late potatoes teacher. Miss Bessio Pennington promise a larger yield than the early is visiting relatives at Lancaster. crop. Tho most enjoyablo social The annual meeting at ML Olive event of this community occurred will ibegin on Friday boCoro tho at Squiro Johnson's Big Spring, second Sunday in September. August 15, namely, tho Johnson re- Bckie Jano tho seven year-ol- d For fourteen consecutive daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elisha union. AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M., years tho descendents of tho John- Rich died August It, of flux. Sho son family have observed this social lived only a short while after tak function in our midst. Not only to tho ing sick. Her remains wero taken fine farm of the late George B. Todd, consisting of 237 acres at relntivcs nnd neighbors, but to tho to tho family cemetery for burial offer at public auction the 'strangers within our gntes," a The infant of Mr. and Mrs. Bud Speedwell, iMadison county, Kentucky. This is one of the most desirable farms in the county. royal welcome was extended. Under Gypson died August 10. Its body Improvements consists of large frame house, barns, and all necessary outbuildings, etc. The tho dark shadow of massive maple was taken to tho Neely Cemetery place is well watered by springs and ponds. The farm is located on the new Speedwell pike trees that overhang tho Big Spring, for burial. only nine miles from Richmond, Ky., and one mile- - from Speedwell; it is close to schools, with its pellucid pool of sparkling McKee CLARK COUNTY mineral water, there wero spread churches and all conveniences. The place is susceptible of subdivision and will first be offered McKee, Aug. 18. School began yards upon yards of snowy damask Log Lick Wednesday at tho McKee Academy, linen, whereon the good housewives Log Lick, Aug. 18. August 5, tha in two tracts and then as a whole, and the bid accepted which realizes the most money. with Miss Lucy VanPlocg ns prin- unexcelled by cuisino or chef of infant child of Tom .Grows, of cipal nnd Misses Retta Pas nnd Kettio city fame, spread for our delight, Schoolsvillc, was brought hero and The first tract to be offered consists of 137 acres, with the house and all improvements, DePagter ns assistants. Mrs. Low feast fit for the gods. Judgo buried in tho faiiiily lot of tho Log Part of this land is now in corn and the rest in grass. Reynolds bouso was slightly dam- Shackelford, tho Lick Cemetery. Tho causo of his fronting on the pike. of Richmond, aged by fire, last Wednesday. R. honored guest of tho occasion, gave death seemed to bo unknown to all M. Bradshaw has been visiting nt our earnest solicitation, nn after- - tho doctors who saw him. Born to The second tract consists of 100 acres and lies directly on the southeast part of the friends in Buncomo for several days. dinner talk on tho most vital of nil tho wifo of Bill Patrick, August farm fronting on a dirt lane, and running back to the creek on the back end of the place. Mrs. J. R. Llewellyn and daughsubjects, tho war, which was en- - 15, a girl. J. II. Dawson, wifo and ter, Hazel, havo been very sick. oyed by alt. But amid our enjoy daughter, of Winchester, visited Twenty acres of this tract is bottom land, which is now in corn. D. G. Collier and daughter, Lucille, ment of peaco and plenty, wo did Mrs. Maud Ncal last Saturday and mado n business trip to Loxington not forget to raise our hearts to Sunday. Tho (fry wcathor still The whole is a splendid farm and will make a desirable home to live in and a good and Danville last week. Mrs. Nor God for His beneflconco or fail to continues in this part and Is injuring all crops and vegetation vory place to make money. Seeding privileges will be given this fall and full possession Jan. 1, 1919 much. Tho Ilov. D. H. Mathcrly, of Richmond, assisted tho pastor, Ilov, cash; balance ih one or two yars. Lien retained on land for TERMS One-thir- d James Lunsford, of Dreyfus, in a deferred payments. protracted meoting here, for several days last week, with much success Good Light Bread and Biscuit Bro. Lunsford will baptizo 11 con can be made from verts this evening in Red River, near Vienna. August 11, tho ro mains of Undo Tom Ogdon, of West Bend, wero brought to this place and buried in tho family lot in tho Log Lick Cemetery. Mr, Ogdon at Order a sack from your Grocer and be Convinced ono time was a very successiui teacher in this part of our state. (Continued: oa Ttfe me) dear absent hoys in France, who James Lllburn Clommons weo formerly wont to attend this James Lilburn Clcmmons passed social instftuXion, hut now "over there," lighting to insure our se- l his noble reward, tho I7lh of curity. Tho revival nt tho Glades July, 1018. Ho wns tho son of Mr. church is being well ntlendcd, witli and 'Mrs Sherman Clcmmons, of No corrpondno publlthfd unirni dlcnrd In full by th- writer. The nm deep Interest, tho Rev. Orccnwill, Sand Gap. Ho died of wounds re n ?Mrnee of ir.d faith. Writ pUlnljr. not for publication, but it of Lexington, tho ollloinling minis- ceived while serving with tho ter. Ho is a strong nnd zealous American Expeditionary Forces, in man Brewer, from Sturgeon, has speaker; like Billy Sunday, ho Is France. JACKSON COUNTY been visiting her sister, Mrs. Mor- not afraid to remind his hearers of Clover Bottom Lllburn was a young mnn of tho Clover Bottom, Aug. 10. Crops gan Necjy, of this place. Jns. Mor- their failures and backslidings but truest type, a most faithful soldier nro looking flno; corn promises to ris, of llurch Lick, has bought tho nnd lire of his own soul. Real llnmo and Christian. Though only twenty-thre- e years of age, he had served lie a bumper crop this year to help property of John S. Ward, nnd will forlilles their feebleness by the zeal in the Army for flvo years. Having nlone can kindlo other flame. Uncle Sam. Gcorgo Tliackcr. of move there soon Dr. H. R. who has been visiting his Climax, has been in this country Dreyfus served some of this tlmo in tho Dreyfus, Aug. 19. Mrs. F. M. Jones Philippine Islands and the last year for n week. threshing wheat for parents in West Virginia for somo the boys; wheat is vory light this lime, came back to McKee yester- was called to Danville to see Mrs. in France. He was truly patriotic year on account of tho drought that day. Miss VanDyke, from Annvillo. Erve Jones, who is very sick. Mr. and told his parents while home on has charge of tho Girls' Dormitory and Mrs. Joda Riddoll, of German-town furlough last yenr to never worry hit it just ns it was in bloom. H Ohio, is visiting relatives in obnut him, that he was serving for Dean & Son havo their flour mill in here for the present. operation ami arc grinding tho pea this vicinity, Mr. nnd Mrs. Walk a just causo ntflt was willing to Iry Hour MADISON COUNTY llyuolds nnd family, of Illinois, are it nut nnd do his "hit;" Hint ho pic somo good, , .i .. i ..i .in Harts nnd taking toll of tho wheat as the iiur I'.ux'ius, Air. ami .Mrs., would not shirk if ho could, nnd that visiung i. Harts, Aug. 19. Miss Maggie Bar- James Lunsford. Mrs. Allco Witt, should the worst happon to him, ho people used to do. Unicst Jack son's baby is very low and is not rett will leave for Cincinnati, Aug- of Chatopa, Kansas, is visiting her1 would bo ono of thousands who expected to live. John Dean and ust 20, where she will leach Domes- brother, John ) Robinson. Will would lay down their lives in this llaino is with Lamb, who hns been serving in great struggle for humanity's sake, wife, of Berca, aro visiting friends tic Sciencor-l'r- of. nnd relativos over Saturday nnd homo folks for a few days. He has tho Army, spent a few days with and that, come what- would, ho felt Sunday. Martha Dean, of Kings- - been nwny, working in the Y.M.C.A. ti is family last week. Willnrd Lnko that all would be well with him. News has reached us that Fred nnd family, of Simmons, aro spendBy Ills winning disposition, ho Ion, nnd Matlio Click, of Tuscola who en- ing n few days witli his parents, gnined many friends wherever ho III., visited Long Branch school last Shearer, of Disputants, week. Ab Azblll is in this neighbor listed in the Army and also reached Mr. nnd .Mrs. Owen Lake. W. B. was known, who join his relatives hood, buying cattle. Johnio Dean, France was killed in n battle, re- Baker is building n new dwelling fli greatly deploring his untimely (II. N.'s son), is very sick. Dora cently. Home folks havo our sym- house, which lie expects to movo death. Coffey has returned homo from fled pathy. T. J. Lako has just returned in (o very soon. Tho Rev. Ponder House, whero sho has been visiting from a trip in Jackson and Rock- will begin a series of meetings at He fell for the causo of liberty, friends. James Powell, who has castle Counties. John Gadd of this the Baptist Church the second Mon- And when his work was done, He horo his suffering patiently been living in Estill County this place, is working near Whites Sta- day night in September. Ola Tudor East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else - Kentucky State Fair Louisville September 9-1- 4 SEPTEMBER 8 GRAND SUNDAY PRELIMINARY PROGRAM World Famed Soloists Thavlu's Band of 40 Chorus of 300 Voices Two Flights by Ruth Law 978,000.00 178,000.00 Total Premium! Saddle Horee Stake 0flOOM Beef Cattle Show 10,000.00 110,00009 Fattad and Feeding Cattla 8how 18,000.00 Ilil-dre- th, n, RUTH LAW AUTO POLO Sport Thrlllar Atrial Quean Da Luxa Hippodrome Show Magnificent AUTOMOBILE RACKS Crack Driver World' Special R. R. Rate Mlday V Sand for Catalogue 604 Republic Fount T. Kramer, BWy Building, Loulevllle, Ky. - JACKSON COUNTY FAIR BOND ANNVILLE, KY. September 19, 20, 21, 1918 summer, is expected to move home next week. Miss Flora Sparks had an entertainment nt Clover Bottom school last Friday. Shcri dan Witt, who was at homo on furlough from tho Army, has returned to camp. Lyda Clich nnd son, Charley, have returned from Hamilton, Ohio, where they have been visiting her mother, who is very low with dropsy. Zella Dean has gone to McKec to go to school this yearv Addio Van Winkle is very sick witli Drights Disease. Sunday-schois progressing nicely nt Cave Springs, with Undo Patrick Dovio Van Mays as Superintendent. Winkle is on tho sick list. Henry Abrams visited at Cavo Springs last Sunday. Col. Engle is very sick with malaria fever. Laura Haye3 nnd Hallio Abrams went to Bcrea last Saturday to visit Gertrudo Hayes, who is staying at her Aunt Ida Abnoy's and boing treated by Roy Di Robinson for nervousness. Wilmouth, of Winchester, visited W. J. Hayes ono day last week, Gray Hawk Gray Hawk, Aug. 10. Dry weather still continues and is hurting the corn crop badly; crops aro the sorriest here for years. Everybody is getting their wheat threshed here this week; wheat is moderately good here. L.-- J. Robinson has gone to Garrard County with a bunch of hogs. Born at Gray Hawk Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Robinson, n bouncing girl. Mother nnd baby are doing line. Mrs. Minnie Begley died of consumption n few days ago. Sho leaves a husband and four chil dren, two brothers, a father and mother to mourn her loss. She said that she was ready and willing to die, and was going to a better world than this. We know our loss will bo her eternal V?aJn. Mrs. Louis Tincher and Mrs. Mary Bingham are both very poorly with grippe. Dr. II. E. Bartlett is tho attending phy sician. Miss Lillio Tincher is slay. :ng with May Bingham for n few daysv Gray Hawk sfchool topened August 8, with a largo number of pupils. Tho teachers for this year are Miss Allen for first, second and third grades; Miss Mullie, tho fourth and fifth grades, nnd Miss Tanis tho seventh nnd eighth grades. The school has been a great success during tho past year, but with tho additional grado )Iils year, wo aro looking forward to tho best year the school has over had. i ol PUBLIC AUCTION Fine Madison County Farm Friday, August 30, 1918 Save Wheat for Our Soldiers POTTS' RYE FLOUR Madison Realty Company COL. JESSE COBB, Auctioneer RICHMOND, KY