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Devoted to ttie interests of tlie Mountain People IiKUILV, MADISON COUNTY, The citizen KLMTCKY. AlCUST 21. I0IS. Knowlcdgo Is Power nnd tho way to keep up with modern Knowlcdgo Is lo read a good Newspaper. Ono Dollar and Fifty Cents Per Year. No. 0. Students Army Training Corps The Stink'tits' Army Training Corps is the name given to the military organization to'be perfected in the colleges this fall. All students in the college where a corps is organizod may enroll or enlist. The enlisted student does not receive pay, because he is on inactive service. He is, however, in the military service of the United Slates. He may attend camp for six weeks during the summer, when he receives pay. Mis relation to the draft: The member of the Students' Army Training Corps is a volunteer in military service. Me will, however, register when he reaches the age and upon notice by the President. The draft board will not induct him in active service as long as he remains a member of the Students' Army Training Corps. Not an exemption plan: This is not a plan for exemption of college students. The purpose of the plan is to provide for the very important needs of the army for highly trained men as officers, engineers, chemists, doctors, administrators. The plan is an attempt to mobilize and develop the brain power of the young men of the country for those services which demand special training. The presumption is that, for the next year, the largest proportion of the student body reacjiing the required age will be used to supply the officers needed for the army. It is understood that at least four or five times as many officers will be required as the total number who will be graduated from all American Colleges and Universities. Knlistment in the S. A. T. C, therefore, while it does not at the present time promise an Officers' Commission, the plainest road Reading in that direction. Enlistment may be cancelled by withdrawal from college. Opportunity will be given for the enlisted student who so elects, to transfer from Army to Navy or, to be assigned to active service in one of the various special corps. Regular uniforms, including hats, shoes and overcoats, will be furnished free to all members of the S. A. Officer instructors and miliby the government. T. tary equipment will be provided by the War Department. Berea's ample grounds and spacious drill hall make it an ideal location for military training. Don't Neglect This Rare Opportunity. This means students who have finished High School and are above iN years of age. The Fall Temn Begins September i ith. able-bodie- d To Berea Students Tin' timo lo lonvo for Heroa is approaching very rapidly, nnd before you will havo time lo do a thousand tilings you would like lo do before leaving, you will havo lo hurry nnd pack your trunk or suit ca9o and catch tho train for Korea. School begins a dny earlier this year than last, as Wednesday happens lo conn) on tlie Ilth of September. You should have all your plans madi' by Saturday night, Sep- Uorcn nt 3:f0 on Tuesday morning. HUN CIVILIANS will get you to World News The American casualty list announced August 2(3, included 151 men wcro killed names. l'orty-oigin action and four wero reported a missing. The nnmos of sovoral Kentuckians anil Indlauans wore included. ht Till schedule y, Herija in lime fur tho big opening day Ion Toe-daand tho .loin Social READY TO FLEE will) lis "gel acquainted" program, on .Tuesday night, in tho Main Chapel. Knelt student who reads this Citizen will find n slntomonl of tho llrsd payment to the College on page 0, about (he middle of the page. Ho Hiiro that you have the correct BEFORE ALLIES Recent Reverses Convince the Germans That Entente Forces Will Cross Rhine. RIVER PEOPLE IN DESPAIR j (, I Do You Know? Beren College takes care of its students if they are sick without any extra charges except for medicine or surgery? Berea College has over 100 teachers and professors. Berea College draws students from nearly every State in the Union. Berea College has its own mill, bakery, dairy, farm and garden and canning factory so as to provide good board for its students at lowest cost. At Berea you get the war news every morning, night noon. and At Berea you have a College moving picture show without extra charge nearly every week. At Berea you have a Reading Room where you can see all the newspapers and magazines. At Berea you get acquainted with the best young folks from everywhere. To have been at Berea makes it certain you may have friends wherever you may go better than being a Freemason! Berea is training an army of girls for stenography and bookkeeping in government offices. Berea students have a reputation for honesty and intelligence and ability that is a recommendation wherever they go. Berea has furnished more men to be CJounty Agents for Agriculture than any other Institution except the State Universities. The Berea Academy has two courses: one that is like a short college course, giving the most important things in the shortest time; and one giving the most complete course for those who wish the very best preparation for college and professional studies. The Berea Normal School has several courses, longer and shorter, to fit one quickly for a district school, or to fit one Tor High School Principal or State Superintendent. Berea Vocational Schools are turning out the best Farmers, Housekeepers, Carpenters, Nurses, Printers something good for every comer. The cost at Berea is less than half what it is at any other school with half Berea's advantages. Every student at Berea does some work and earns some money to apply on school expenses. Is not that the school for you? Will Meet. PAGE 6. Farm and Homo Depart1. Tho Students' Army Train. PAGE ments. Drought Conditions ReIng Corpse To llerea Students. Asked to lieved. Americans Fleo Itcforo Allies. Hun Civilians Limit Uso of Sugar. World News. Stato Nows. Losson.-TlPAGE 7 Sunday-scho- ol io Pago. A NaPAGE 2. Pictorial Church and it's Chance tional Campaign for Collego StuTempernnco Quotes. Japs dent Knlistment. A Day In in Eastern Siberia. Camp, by Prof. Ilobertson. PAGE 8. Eastern Kentucky Nows. PAGE 3. Serial Story. Tho missing Ono person in six in this country Faces. Disloyalists are Senowns u Liberty Bond of proviou? tenced. PAGE 4. Locals and Church Nows. Issues. Let's cut that down lo ono Advertising. in threo for tho Fourth District in PAGE 5. Some Berea Workers You tho Fourth Loan. CONTENTS Ad-van- co An event of importanco during the week is Iho treaty mado with Sweden. It is commercial in Its Iondon, Aug. 20. The German pop- character, and give's over to tho ulation nlnng the Rhine expect nn In- U. S. four hundred thousand tons vasion In the opinion of a Dutch of its shipping, with tho right to woman of Oermiin descent, who linn buy freely iron, sleel, paper pulp Just returned to Amsterdam from visiting relatives In n smnll Tillage near and other articles needed in war, up Bonn on the Ithlne. In u statement to to a considerable amount. tho Amsterdam correspondent of, the Dally Kxpress she sjld: It is now known that all Siberia "The Impression gathered from what is practically under ono GovernI saw nnd heard In Germany was one ment that is opposed to tho Bolshe-vi- ki of real despair. In spite of what the and lo tho German control. Tho newspapers say or do not say, the Herman retirement In the west Is mak- army of the Allies is growing in size ing the worst possible Impression, es- and tho chief command has been pecially nlong the Ithlne. The people given to a Japaneso general, Otaln. thero know that they will lie the first The Allies will thus act in perfect to he hit lr lut allies ever come. Tha accord as on tho Western front. Idea that Herman soil Is to remain to tlie Inst has disappeared A very Important congress has completely, and on tho Ulilno everybody expects n foreign Invasion soon- just met in Prague, tho capital city er or later. Many families are pre- of Bohemia. It brought together paring to leave for centrnl Germany. representatives from all the oppressed-p"Tho ravnges of allies' aircraft are eoples in that part of Europe, simply terrific. When we rend: There to consider their interests and their CHAPEL TOWER- HOME OF THE FROST MEMORIAL CHIMES wns some material damage,' ; It means that whole streets were torn up, future. Many evidences wcro shown ' lember 7th, as those who live more oery year we havo students who with a heavy casualty list to complete of a clear understanding and apthan a hundred miles from Berea cciiie lollerea excited and broken- -, tho picture." preciation of tho purposes of the will w ml In ae hi hup on Monday, hearted, because they havo lost) Allies, and particularly of the UniSays Germany Isn't Starving. Ihc nth. their money on the way. Stockholm, Aug. 20. Germany Is ted Stales. about your, still far from starvation or from the warning Tin re wi'l be large groups com- Another trunk is ery important. Thero will limit of Its endurance, so far as the The week has been ono of conbe a college representative at tho civilian population Is copcerned. This tinued and important successes for station to collect your check and Is tho substance of n report made to the Allies against tho Germans on twenty cents in money to pay for Iho Associated Press by n Swedish the western front. Fighting has the deliery of your trunk to tho Journalist who lias Just returned from been active along tho wholo line. an extended stny In Germany and nt He sure that you do not College. bbbbbE bbbba The point of greatest importance is Marleuhad, Bohemia. He Is an Intelyour check and money to any-- 1 ligent observer nnd corroborated re- the city of IS'oyon, which commands (pie one except the man who wears a; ports from other travelers In the Inst tho region occupied by tho Germans B nl (allege badge and who has tho month. in the Sommo valloy. In North Germany, particularly In to collect your check and i 'bBBBBBBb! your money. Wo will not bo re- Berlin, there Is n marked scarcity An order given by tho German Nevertheless, there sponsible for any trunks delivered of foodstuffs. Is enough for existence, and the restau- Commander, Ludendorff, is tho best lo anybody else. rants of tho better class still serve evidence yet found of a rebellious e are looking for a largo school nmple portions of ment without a meat spirit in tho army. Tho order was Hits ymr and we hope that you will curd. The farmers generally still a secret one, but was taken by tho bring enthusiasm and determination have plenty, even In north Germany. Allies and mado known. It forbids Improvq, the Swedish Conditions you. Bring somo good, re- -i , with German soldiers, going homo on a liable neighbor, who wains an edu- Journalist says, as one goes southward. furlough, or in wounded condition, Some 5,000 gues's nt Mnrlcnbad hocation and is just waiting for you tels were served with unlimited quan- from taking their arms with them to persuade him or her to come tities of white bread, butter, milk and and bases tho order on rumors of a With best wishes, I am Hungarians who made up n revolution in process of formation. cream. Yours sincerely, minority of the guests, brought such .Marshall L. Yaugim, becreiary n variety of foodstuffs with them that Dr. Cloyd N. McAllister Considerable interest has been they displayed "an almost ostentatious aroused by Mexico, in an executivo luxury." ing from North Carolina, Tenn order, increasing tho tax pn oil. essee, Alabama, Georgia, and VirConditions In Austria Bad. The new ruling is said to bo based ginia, on the south; West Virginia, Conditions In Austria are very bad. to bo except for those who receive extra on tho new constitution and Northern Kentucky, nnd parts of food because they are doing war for tho purposo of increasing tho Ohio on the north. Students living work. This class Is earning very high income. Much oil has been secured boyond Johnson City, Tennessee, wages nnd Is satisfied with conditions, by tho Allies in Mexico, and protests and who plan to come thru that but the rest of the population Is long- have been sent to tho govcrnmnt place, can get with a group asing for pence nt almost nny price. The against tho increased Lax. sembled thero to catch tho 4:00 Swedish Journalist doubted the possio'clock train in tho afternoon. Tho bility of nny successful uprising In A report from tho Scnato SubAustrln because of Iho lack of organconnection is much better by Knox-vil- le izing ability among the lower clnSsos. committee, to investigate tho prothis year than by Appalachia, duction of has just boon He said : Virginia. Tho train that leaves "It seems paradoxical, but It Is this made. It is lengthy, and condemns Johnson City at t:00 p.m. roaches 'Miss Boatright very lack of organizing ability that many things, whilo it admits many Knoxvillo at 7:30, by way of tho Miss Virginia Boatright, our fa- keeps the dual monarchy from falling successes. Its chief charge is that Southern road. All passengers com mous supervisor and teaoher in tho to pieces." a mistako was mado in not making ing to Uerca transfer from South primary department of tho trainn, already ern Depot at Knoxvillo lo tho L. & ing school. Miss Boatright has gain- MINERS' BONUS IS ATTACKED forms of and also in aiming to mako N., whero thoy will catch tho Berea ed a reputation thruout Kentucky would suit all kinds motor train at 11:00 that night, and reach and in every stato, becauso of her Fuel Administrator Garfield Calls Sys- a crafL that monoy was wasted, Much of amount and a littlo pocket change ofllcient method and skill in traintem an Evil and Opposes but not necessarily by dishonesty, Wage Increase. over, as you will need a few books, ing small children. Normal students and thero was lack of centralized pencils, paper and other necessary havo a raro privilege in receiving Washington, Aug. 20. Having re- control. articles that go with school lifo. instructions in primary work under fused to npprove the demands of the Be careful about your monoy, for Miss Boatright. coat miners of the country for InMan Power Bill Passed creased wages ns n substitute for the bill, fixing tho Tho Owing to tho distant location of bonuses nofr being pnld by many op- draft ace limits from 18 to 45 years the distillery tho flrcmcn could not erators, tho fuel administration took was passed by tho Scnato on Auguso their hoso and tho chemical steps tnwnrd stoppP . the bonus sys- ust 27. A modified "work or fight" cngino could not defeat tho flro tem. Upon hearing the request of the clause was added to tho measure, Two hundred Kentucky postmasPresident ters from all parts of tho Stato began which bad gained headway into tho coal miners, presented by ofllclals of which now goes to conferenco. Frank J. Hnys and other n two days' convention at Hotel storeroom whero 20,000 cases of the United Mine Workers of America. Senator Gore, of Oklahoma, cast Henry Watterson, on Monday morn- whisky wero stored. Unable to Fuel Administrator Garfb ld said that tho only negativo voto on roll call, ing. Tho object of tho sessions Is handle tho situation, tho llremon he would not npprove uu Increnso In later withdrew it and was exto stimulate activity. returned to tho city and left tho wages In lieu of tho payment of bon- but from voting. Provost Marshal cused llamcs to play their part in tho de- uses. Mr. Garfield characterized the General Crowder stated that regisCamp Slithtou and West Point will struction of more whisky than over bonus system as nn evil. tration would bo held n week or ten bo lighted by electricity in tho near "went up in smoko" in any previous days after tho President signs tho DRIVE OFF GERMAN BOATS future. Tho wires aro being ex- distillery lire. bill. tended from tho Louisville Gas and On tho railroad track at tho sldo British and French Patrols Encounter Company. Klcctrio of tho distillery property, was tho AN APPRECIATION OF THE CITIZEN Hun Craft Off Dunkirk One mangled body of a whito man. Ho Thought 8unk. In n letter from Tutowller, Miss, Tho Green River Distilling Com- had been ono of tho many who bad an nppreoiativo reader has this pany properties nt Owensboro, drunk of the whisky that was runv 20. nrltlsh Aug. London, and to say about Tho Citizen: wero destroyed by flro last Saturday ning in streams into a ravlno that French patrol boats drove oft 13 Ger"Tho recent numbors of Tho night, causing n loss of between led lo tho Ohio River. Ho fell into man motorboats encountered off DunCitizen which you havo sent to mo Ofllclals of a stupor on tho railroad track and kirk, according to on admiralty an$3,000,000 and $1,000,000. havo been a sourco of pleasuro and the tho company cstimato that 43,000 was cut to pieces by early morn- nouncement. to One of been German craft delight. I am sondlng a check for have sunk. Is believed The barrols of whisky valued at $1 .35 a ing trains. So badly was his body allies force suffered no casualties. a three months subscription and by gallon wero destroyed. Tho whisky mangled that it has been Impossible that timo I shall bo book in school." was fully insured. to identify tho man. , . au-tln! Dutch Woman Returns From Visit Near Donn Tells of Conditions-Swe- dish Journalist Says Kaiser's Subjects Not Starving. The Bolshovlkl in Russia, havo that a state of war exists with tho Allies. Tho Amorlcnn (lag has been taken down from tho consulate in I'etrograd and interests of the U. S. have been turned over to tho Consul from Norway. Thus tho issue becomes bolter defined. VJbKbbbW air-shi- ps air-shi- ps well-know- man-pow- er Kentucky News win-tie-w- ar Big Rally of Bright Young Folks, Berea. September 11th i Page Two. the crraiEN August 29, 1018. A National Campaign for College Student Enlistment able-bodi- best way possible. corps lited in this Department's ann iitk. -The .f the United States Army. They ments War It, lflS, very rlear'v of July with their educaUonal expre take dpninVanv ..f training su h military training S.A.T.C, the vital following oxtr.T N at the a the War Department stipulates. show: This military training will be "The purpose of the plan is U pro-vi- de by competent officers ami given for the very important needs officers appointed by of the Army for highly trained men the War Department. Dy this plan, students will be as nmVers. engineers, doctors, chem equipped for the peace and war ists ami administrators of every kind. The importance of this need needs of the nation. The war needs are enormous our cannot be loo strongly emphasized. "This is a war in which soldiers allies have practically exhausted their reserve of those experts so are not only mark? men, but also' geol necessary to tho conduct of a war engineers, chemists, physi-Jan- s, of such magnitude as tho present ogists, doctors and specialists in one. Trained engineers, electricians, many oUior lines. Scientific train transportation experts, doctors, sur- - ing is indispensable. 18 newly-created under One of the mot important an- - i ah'hiley that we pron naeemenl issued by the War D vide the trained men. without whom partmcflt has to do with the Stu- - the flffhtirtg man could not go on. Mem Th period of training denU' Army Twininr in both of Um S. A. T. C. are to be part of the fhrht. and the man college student, not in training is doing his bit In the nec4ry I ' iv. ed re. i. years of off, who are en alT MILITARY TRAINING HALL AT BEREA requests the colleges, Councils of National Defense, and other patin riotic societies to bringing it to the attention of the young men of Uie country and in future the urgent needs if the Army and sir lalists. who both, during for lustily trained men, is so great and aftT the war, may meet cfflci- that tiie War Department earnestly htlv. the nation's needs. The average young man asks, quite naturally: "What do I get out of the and do I help the nation in tho bosl possible way by Joining it?" IIi relation to the draft is as follow: Any studant so onltiled, though in military service of the United late, is technically on IrtncUvo ! The Draft Board will not call Fum for induction so long ns ho re-- ri ,vn a member of the StudenU' my Training Corps. opportunity will be given for the ited student, who so electa, to from Army to Nnvy, awl u e versa, and to be assigned to ac-- 1 e service in one of the various Tp of the Army upon recommendation of the college president and the proper military authority. Ilegulnr uniforms, including lint, hoes ami overeoata. will be furnished all members of the Students Army Training Corps, by the Government The S. A. T. C. is almost ns quick a road to actual fighting as enlistment in the. Regular Army, for In t. And what troriiondous opportunities for world eervleo will thon bo open to tho collogo trained man Our Alllei, owing to war oxlgcn-ci- ei depleted their school and colitt leges four years ago, with the that their numbor of mca trained for leadership is boing sori-owdlininUlicd. 'i'hoy will look to America as tho ono nation with a maturing clnia of collogo trained men to help In tho task of world reconstruction. Belgium, Russia, Sorvia, Poland, Rumania yes, ami Italy, Franco and liritain. nlo, will ollor opportunities to serve in a big way to thoso young men who, right now, rcnluo that penre an well as war must bo Winning tho war is considered. our first great task and tho is the best way thru which tho young man can help it. Hy Joining the S.A.T.O, ho helps win tho war, and also equips himself for Icader- rc-Mdy LINCOLN HALL Store office cf C lege Dean and Exh.bition Room G:ft of Rowe'. Smith contalna Adm.nlilratlon chief lecture roomt of co.lege Department and room, for Men't Literary- Societie 0ce, Centalm office of Dean of Wumen room, I T1IK LADIKS HALL r oer t yiung women and d n ng room for the and Academy Department! i '.Urge Normal geons, accountants the list could be extended indefinitely are just as necessary for winning the war as are the fighters in Uie trenches. The trench fighter can be train- ed in a few months, but he must be trained before he does any actual fighting. The specialists whose work is just as important, also has to be trained. Their training takes longer; but it1 i The s lentiflc training which prepares a man to fulfill one of these highly specialized duties and the more liberal training which helps to develop the qualities of leadership needed by the officer or administrator, are essential elemenU of military efficiency. "The importance of this plan for combined military and collegiate trainine. if we are to meet in the In a word, here is the answer: urging them to do their part to make A student enlisted in the Stuit a success." It is important from two angles: dents' Army Training Corps is in the 1. It offers to the young citizen an military service of Uie United Slates. acceptable outlet for his patriotic; In a national emergency, tho I'rcsi-- I dent may call him at any time, to zeal. 2. It checks premature enlistment j acth a service. As a matter of fact, for active service by combining as has already been shown, wJork military drill and instruction with done in Uie laboratory classroom I j college curriculum and thus pro- -' just as much active service as thel ' vides for a body of trained leaders' military" drill of Uie camp. l j neither case culd the young man of IS or 20 expect to be sent to France' until after a lengthy peroid of training. "How much better for a oung man to get Uie military drill and training that will fit him for artie service and, at the same Uine, acquire the education that will lit him to perform his part in the tremendous work of national readjustment that will come with peace. ship after tho war. Y hat a strong and satisfying reason for going to collego Thoro is no doubt this National Campaign for College Student Enlistment will show immediate results in increa'd college enrolments and future results thru tho malntenanco of an Inrreaso in tho number of men trained for leadership, both for war demands and peace needs. 1 Religious Activities at Berea Sunday nights, all the students Berea was founded on principle and for principle. The foundation meet for religious service of one Christian character hour, at which there is a sermon was Christ. was and is the aim and every effort j by one of the College preachers. ' Every winter, eight days are set is made to instil and cultivate Christian character, based on re apart for a revival service, con- ligion. ducted by some eminent evangelist. The three religious societies for Usually, four or live hundred young students the Young Men's Chris- people make the decision for a tian Association, the Christian En- Christian life at this time. Besides, there are the dally deavor and the Young Women's Christian Association, each gathers chapel exercises, with moral and re- i A Day in Camp By Dr. Jamea R. Robertaon Vocational Column School will open September 11, Taking advantage of a litUe leisure, while waiting for a conference with .the County Superintendent of Schools, I spent a day at Camp Sevier, which is located a few miles from Greenville, S. C A Berea man, J. Harl Tate, is serving as business secretary in one of the Y.M.&A. buildings and made it possible for me to see a great deal in a short time. It is quite a sight to see these chil- wiUi the Vocational Faculty ready dren of Uncle Sam learning to read to welcome a line group of young and write. It is not possible for people. Miss Dizney is directing one to overestimate how much this tho preparation of Kentucky Hall,' means for the future success and which is to be the home of our influence of thoso men. Between girls. Rooms comes in, and for about twenty minAlthough Professors Morgan and utes, they have a happy time. Tho McElroy have entered tho sorvlco leader is a musician of some note, of our country, thoir classes havo and he knows he is wearing his voice been for All Vocational pp-ude- the hour lessons, a singing master occupied by Tuesday the will lw ready to bo 10th. li trained In some special line. Many men must remain privates because they iwssess no Vocational training. Many of our young men have been advanced becauso they took ComiivTi'e, Carpentry, bricklaying or some other trade. Theso rlass.es should be well filled this fall. Our now dairy barn, built with all the latest improvements, Is to house the llnest dairy in tho state, and our agricultural men should plan to get a labor assignment at tho H&iaiViaBkl aaT' RriBtaaLmiiiHKa. BEREA In COLLEGE Y.M.C.A, Iigiou questions brought to the on growth in Christian life. t by the Deans of the various Ttiase societies chooee their own departments. o4Mf ers, manage Uieir own affairs, Sure. tbe religious interests of awl conduct their own meetings. the students are well cared for. Dormitory Bible classes, organized and carried on by students, enlist a TWELVE THINGS TO REMEMBER large number of likeminded young 1. The value of time, people, 'ilieae meet in the various! 8. The success of perseverance, dormitories once a week. These1 X The pleasure of working, il mlnntr nnliiil i anliai twm rVWl 4. The dignity of simplicity, to 700 studenU, who, of their own 5. The worth of character, will, push the work with vigor. 7. The influence of oxample. Sifaday morning, all Uie students a Tho obligation of duty, meet in the great Chapel for . The wi&dwn of oeonomy. This is a Ha body, 6. The power of kindness, 0er 1300 strong, with fine music. K(. The virtue of iatIon. awl a line leader. The member of it. The unprv0Hini of talent. tilt fueulty each have a class, whore 12. The Joy f originating. qla9 Study and good work Is riant. -Marshall Field. in-tifn-na I f oL a largo group of young people, There aro comparatively few tol diers in this camp at present, as they havo beon sonding them away New men, however, are mi rapidly. beginning to eomo in. It is hard to realizo tho immense, size of a camp until one spends somo time in ono and tries to look it ovor. By walk ing a good deal, and with tho help of a Y.M.C.A. automobile, it was possible to see enough to give an impression of tho life. The activities of a eomp are many and varied. The Army school moots in Uie Y.M.&A. buildings each morning for a couple of hours. There were about five hundred'inen In the oa I visited. Major McCullon, tho officer in charge, is onthuslastic over this work and its lasting bonoflls. w II r i toj'jr as in ircious did not care, for the cause was a years. good ono. This is the place to hear Some students, vho may havo the popular army songs to best . rn.i. ted high srli,jl work, will effect It is found that music has .uit to take Vocational. Such per- a great effect on the inuralo of tho rvoiis will he allowed to take French Army. and other advanced studies, so as We were given permission to walk to gel full erudiL Young men above thru tho baso hospital. Tlfo equip- oighteon years of ago, and of collogo ment for taking care of the boys is rank, who Uke Vocational, may take inaneMoiis. They are examined for military work undor the game coneverything and by most oompotent ditions as Odlego students. All poeialisls, wlio have tho best in- young men will bo givon an opporstruments that can bo had. Not tunity for military training. Stu- only do thoy run tho gauntlet of deuls who take four units in school' tho doctors, but they aro examined and Uie complete military course, iiy tho psychologists for mental con- will not ho able to oarn muoh of ditions. their oxponsos. That great care is taken with tho Tho young man who U expecting to boMmo a loader in tho war must (Continued on Ftga Thret) out in this work, but h" said ho classy funii, nudi a or dairy. Wo want truot tho hands as well as tho head m the growing scienco of agri- -i t ult'ire l'ine and look over our plant before you decide to "Just stay homo and gather tho crop." young friends, that Heniumbor. you will soon ho too old to get a completo education. If you aro not lighting tho Germans, you should he in school. Af-t- or tho war. you will havo to oom-pe- te with tho returning soldier, who will know how t0 do things. Uet for Turpentine. few ilroiw (govon tir fight) of turpentine on Minwr nwillownl ulnuljr twice a day will miro the most severe Hiro tlirtwit. A The Best Possession is a Trained Mind August 20, 1018. TIffl CITIZEN other officer's enso In hfs' fiockef. At this point our own artillery began shelling and we received tho order to stnnd to with fixed bayonets. When wo got tho order to ndvanco some of tho men wero nlrendv over tho pnra-pand tho wholo bunch after them, nnd, bcllcvo me, I wns ns palo ns a sheet, Just scared to death. I think i ' ntrnrv mnn ! . I m. I rm nm nttnw " r, : et Page Three objectivo and drop tho bomb at tbo proper lime, you will bit tho tar get. If tho ammunition manufac turers gavo you good bombs, tbo ob Jcctlvo will bo (loslroycd. THE MISSING FACES orprw A AlberiRDepew cvuuiNNbR AND CHIEF PETTVSnPPfrPfl vammcd """uui SYNOPSIS. CIIAI-TnN. Dcpow. of Uia atory. rnll.l. In tlis Unllwl author Hlatea navy, serving four yenrs and attaining tin rank of chief petty uOk'er, a gunner. nrst-cloa- -- i ma ur nc i rRCIN( - " UAI ILtSrllP Uc GUERRE CASSAFsD mnttcr. Hut I was glad we wero going to get some action, becnuso It Is hard to sit around In n trench under fire nnd have nothing to do. I had nil I could do to hold my rifle. Wo ran across No Man's Land. I cannot remember murji about It Hut when we got to tho German trench I fell on top of n young fellow nnd my bayonet went right through him. It wns n crime to get him, nt that Ho was ns delicate as n pencil. When I go back to our trenches after my first chargo I could not sleep for a long tlmo uftcrward, for remember lnc what that fellow looked like and how my bnynnct slipped Into him and how he screamed when he felt. He hnd his legs and his neck twisted under him after he got It. I thought about It n lot und It got to be almost a hnblt that whenever I was going to sleep I would think about blin and then all hope of sleeping wus gone. Our company took a German trench that time and ulong wIMi another company four hundred prisoners. Wo had to retire because the men on our sidedid not get through nnd wo were being Hanked. Hut wo lost n lot of men doing It. When we returned to our trenches our outfit was simply all In nnd w were lying around In the front line, like n bunch of old rags In n narrow alley. None of us showed uny signs of life except n working purty thnt wns digging with picks und shovels at some bodies that hnd been frozen Into tho mud of the trench. Luiu-to think all the Germans were big nnd fat and strong, und, of course, some of tho grenadier regiments are, but lots of the Hoches I saw were llttlo and weak like this fellow I "got" In my first charge. It was n good piece of work to take the prisoners and a novelty for me to look them In the fnce the fellows 1 - ..""..' ClIAl-TKI- l II-great war alalia after he ) honoralilf dlacharned from the. navy and he salla for France with a determination to cnllat. CIIAITKIt III lie join the Foreign Ix'Klon and li aulxned to the ilreartnaiKlit Caunrd where lila inarkamanatilp wini him hlKh honor. CIIAITKIt I detached Me ahlp and eent with a regiment offrom the to l lunder where he noon find himself In the front line trenches. He CIIAITKIt Is detailed to the ar-- i the acquaintance of the !!i!?r.f "J11 ' . the wonderful French icuna that have aaved the day for the nlllea on many a buttl. field lleforu seeing any action, he la orderod haik to Ida regiment In the front lino trenchea. Tha aoon V-- & saw. After they paw the Germans using tho Itelglun women tho way they did, almost every mnn In my company took Homo kind of a vow or other, und most of them kept their vows, too, I believe. And those that were religious Rot more so nfter that. Our chaplain hud nlwuys been very friendly with the men, and while I think they liked him they were no tough they would never admit It, and some of them claimed ho was a Jonah, or Jinx, or bad luck of some kind. Hut Frltx Doe a Little "Strafelng." Sly outfit wns one of those tlmt Haw tho Germans plnco women nnd children In front of them as shields iiKnlnst our lire. More thnn n third of our men, I Khould any, had been pretty touch criminals In their own countries. They nlwuys tnided tlielr pay iicnln.it a handful of curds or a roll of tho hones whenever they Rot n chance. They had been In most of the dirty parts of the world. This war wns not nuch n much to them ; Just one, more Job In the list. They could call Rod nnd the snlnts und the human body more things than uny boss stevedore that ever lived. Vet they wero religious In a way. Some of them wero nlwuys rending religious books or saying prayers In different ways and between them they believed In every religion and superstition under the nun, I guess. Yet they were tho toughest bunch I ever T CHAPTER VI. them. They laid to nnd n thlnl one entile. There were three In less than five minutes, directly over their heads, Then n shell landed on the left side of tho trench and u pollu yelled that four men hnd got It. They wero nil wounded and three died Inter. Tho lieutenant went over to them nnd Just after he passed me n lad got It square not fnr from me und wns knocked over to where I wus lying. Tho lieutenant came back nnd helped me with the llrst-nlroll und then the Germans began using shrap nel. The lieutenant was swearing hard nbout the shrapnel nnd tho Oer mans und everything else. Farther to tho right n shell lind Just struck near the parados nnd mmlo a big crnter und ncross from It, ngnlnst tho parapet, wus n young chop with u deep gash In his head, sitting on the fire step and next to him n fellow nursing the place where his arm had been blown off. Our bread ration lay all nbout the trench nnd some of the pollus were fishing It out of the mud and wnter nnd wiping tho biscuits off on their sleeves or eating ns fust lis they could. Only some of tho biscuits had fallen In bloody water and they did not eat these. A young fellow, linrdly more than n boy, stumbled over tho parados and fell Into the trench right near the lieutenant und the lieutenant dressed his wounds himself. I think he wus some relntlon of the loy. The lieutenant asked htm how ho felt, hut the boy only asked for water and smiled. Hut you could see he wns In great pain. Then tho boy suld: "Oh, the pain Is awful. I um going to die." "You are all right, old man," tho lieutenant said. "You will be homo soon. The stretcher bearers are conv Ing." Sq we passed the word for tho d ' stretcher bearers. Then he took the wntcr bottle from the boy's side anil sat him up nnd gave him some wnter. He left the wnter bottle with the cliup und went to hurry the stretcher bearers along, When he got around the corner of the trench the boy wns slipping bnck und the wuter bottle hnd fallen down. So I went over to him nnd propped him up again und gave him some more wntcr. The lieutenant came back with tho stretcher bearers nnd he nsked one of them, so the boy could not hear him, If the boy would live. The stretcher benrer said: T don't think so. One through his chest and right leg broken." The boy hud kept quiet for n while, but ult of u sudden he yelled, "Rive me n cigarette I" I handed him u cigarette butt that I had found lit the dugout. We were nil out of cigarettes. So they lit It for him nnd hu kept quiet. As soon us they could they got around tho corner of the fire bay with him und through it communication trench to a Held hospital. Tho lieutenant and I wulked a little way with him und hu began to thank us, und he told tho lieutenant, "Old man, you havo been u father nnd n mother to 0 me." And tho lieutenant said to him: "You havo dono well, old boy. You have dono more than your share." When they (started Into tho commuf nication trench the boy began to scream ngaln. And tho lieutenant acted like" n wild mnn. Ho took out his cigarette ense, but there were no cigarettes In It, nnd then he swore nnd I put It buck ugaln. Hut In a few minHow We Qlve 'Em the Butt utes he had the case out ugaln und they all told him their vows us soon wns swrnrlng worso than ever nnd ns they made them and he wus sup- talking to himself, posed to be a sort of referee as to "The boy Isn't dying like a gentleman," ho said. "Why couldn't ho keep whether they kept them or not. During my second stunt in tho front quiet." I do not think ho meant It. lie wns nil nervous und excited and lines things got pretty bud. Tho wero five to our one und they kept taking out his clguretto case nnd kept pushing buck parts of tho lino putting It bnck ugaln. Tho other olllcer hud gone on to Inand cleaning out others. And tho weather was us bad as It could bo spect tho sentries when the boy rolled and the food did not always come reg- Into tho trench nnd u pollu enmo up ularly. Now, before they took their to tell us that the olllcer hnd been lilt. Wo wulked bnck to whero I had been .vows, every lust man In tho bunch would have been kicking und nrowIug und there wus the olllcer. If I hnd all the tlirte, but, as It was, tho only been there I would havo got It too, tlmo they growled was when tho Ger- I guess. Hu was nn uwful mess. The veins wero sticking out of his neck mans pushed us back. Things kept getting worso and you nnd ono sldo of him was blown off. could hco that tho men talked to the Also, his foot was wounded. That Is chaplain tnoro and quite a few of them what shrapnel does to you. As I crawled past him I happened to touch got reul chummy with him. One morning Fritz started in bright his foot und ho cursed mo all over the place. I was and early to begin his strafe. The sorry Hut when I tried to say apoloI could not, for then he was walking up und down lieutenant died later. the trench to see that tho sentries gized andwas u moment cigarette a silver case There were properly posted and wero on the sticking out of the rags whero his Job. A shell whizzed over his head und lauded Just behind tho parados side had been blown away und tho und the dirt rpouted up Uko I Imagine lieutenant crossed himself and reached In and took out the case. But when u Yellowstone geyser looks. up to the lieu- he pried open the case ho found that Another olllcer cuino been bent and cracked and all It tenant u new ono who hud only thohad cigarettes were soaked with blood, Joined the company ubout u week besworo worse than ever, then, and fore. They hud wulked ubout ten lie his own case away, "putting tho funis when uuother ahull whizzed over threw KVr. Ger-ma- men may bo inferred from the fact that many are detained for treatment, who would seem to the ordi nary observer perfectly sound and in some cases had been so declared by their home doctors. A visit to tho various Y.M.C.A. ALLIES NOW HAVE BOMBINQ huts, to the Hostess house, to the canteens, tho Coumiisary ware PLANES WORKING IN houses, tho soldiers' tents and the SQUADRONS , , bombing 0p officers' quarters reveals the everyT, . ,, , ...us day lifo at an army camp. One meal was taken with tho corPS during tho first year of tho war. Practically all tho work in Y.M.C.A. secretaries and another tho air was in tho naturo of ob- - with the men in their mess hall. sorvntion. No pilots could bo spared Tho writer did not provo very adept f0p anything else. Today, probably in handling tho dishes, which are cent of th(J aeria, arm3 aro ' filled before sitting at the table. The 05 bombing squadrons of 12 machines disli with boiled potatoes dropped on tho floor, to tho amusement of ')0r S(luauron. Tho first bombing was dono by the boys. They took their guest in volunteer pilots who flow over the very cordially, however. Tho food, Gorman lines and dropped three or though plain, is good. On the grounds aro to bo found four bombs, mado from artillery sholls, on concentration camps and trendies, scouting boles and everyShowors of small thing that a soldier finds on the real cantonrnenU. steol aPP0WS wer0 Bpiiiod. someUmos war fronL Thoy practico tho uso of on convoys, troop trains, and bodies tho bayonet on dummies, constructed of massed men. Tho Germans be- of bundles of sticks and they leap gan day bombing of cities in 1015, over walls and up the sides of banks and tho allies bombarded Karlshruo to seo how well they can do it and in roprisal later in tho samo year. keep their guns. Tho regular drill Sinco then, evolution in organized! was not much in evidence, because bombing developed rapidly and the of tho transition condition of tho began night bombing, but camp. , French Ibis was not undertaken by tho Ger- At the close of tho day, the regimans until August, 1010. ment band and tho buglers sound At tho present time, largo groups, (he retreat nnd play tho Star Spangincluding sovcral squadrons of led banner, tbo guards havo been bombing machines go over the lines assigned to their positions and tho from timo lo time, and complotoly camp settles down for tho night. destroy their objectivo, bo it a city, In tho Y.M.C.A. huts, aro entertainor a camp, a column of troops, or a ments of various kinds, religious trench system. Unfortunately, tho services or special programs. allies air forces havo to travel for Tho writer mot Mr. Stafford, for; many miles over hostile territory, merly of tbo Horea Bank & Trust guns, to Co., who has just been transferred defended by i attack German cities, wbilo tho from Baltimore. Ho is ono of tho cities by buglers of tbo regiment, in good i enemy can attack French flying only a short distanco boyond health, nnd remembers all tho homo the allied lines. folks. So interested was the writer Tho allies aro dovoloping largo in all that was going on, that he bombing planes which carry suffl- - forgot to rcmovo his hat when Urn cient fuel for long excursions and band plafycd "Tho Star Spangled mont to protect them when Banner," and nearly had n chance Stuck HI. Head Over the Parapet nU they aro attacked by fighting air lo feel the rigid military discipline. Got It Square. planes. Bombing squadrons aro but fortunately oscapod tho fato of the step and stuck his head over the usually ovor the linos by a all in tho exporienco parapet uud got It square, landing 18 pianos of n day. right beside me. I thought be was fast lighting squadrons of killed, but when we got back we found to n squadron, nnd then left to No, this is not to bo tho last loan. ho wus only wounded. Tho men who Ihelr own devices, for tho fighters saw it were over tho parapet before) seldom carry suflloient fuel lo por But thoro is no ban on making it tho order was given and then the mil them to accompany tho bomb- - tho biggcsL whole bunch after them, becauso they, crs 0n tho round trip. too, thought he wh killed und figured Tho tightwad talks about tho long, Tho dr0ppng of tho bomb is slml- . ho never would know how they came . ,., cold winter ahead of him. Talk to -- "" out ubout their vows. All the men In him about tho long, cold wintor tho company were glad when they sul ul,lr B,K'lt3 u,lu w,llu eUUb0 uu ahead of our boys in France, Siberia, 0"J i"0 "no properly, ana nnaiiy found ho wus only wounded. Archangel While half of us were on the firing JTOU pull trie trigger. If your am- step throughout the day or night the munition is standard, your tights "Bigger, Boiler, Brighter than other half would be in the dugouts or correct, you hit tho target. So with over." Thai's tho Fourth Loan and sitting uround In the bottom of the bombing. If you set your sights tho victories wo'ro going to celetrench, playing llttlo games, or mend-- . nPPn(..iv nv vn- - ninno nvan ,hn brate with it. ' Ins clothes or sleeping or cooking or vll-wh' ' had been fighting. Hecuuse, when you look n Hun In the fnce, you can see the yellow streak. Even If you are their prisoner you cun tell that the Huns ure yellow. Mnybo you havo henrd pigs being butchered. It sounded llko that when we got to them. When they nttacked us they yelled to bent the band. I guess they thought they could scare us. Hut you cannot senro machine guns nor the foreign legion either. So they could not scare us they wero up ugalnst It and had to fight I will admit, though, that the first tlmo Fritz came over nnd began yell- Ing I thought the whole German army was ufter me, nt that, und Knlser.BIll playing the drum. And how they hate a bayonet I They would much rather hit In a ditch und pot you. I udmlt I nm not crazy ubout bnyo-- 1 net fighting myself, as n general prop- osltlon, but I will say that there have been times when I was serving n gun behind the front lines when I wished for a rllle and n bayonet In my hnnds und a chance at Fritz man to man. It wus in this charge thnt our chap-- , lain was put out of commission. As we wero lined up, watting to climb on to the fire step nnd then over tho npet, tins chnpluln enme down '.,, line speaking to each man ns he went Ho woutd not soy much, but Just m few words, und then muke the sign of the cross. Ho wus In n black cassock.' He wns Just one man from me ns we got the word und stood up on the fire step. He was not armed with ns much ns n pin. hut he Jumped up on doing n thousand and one things. The men wero nlwnys In good humor nt such times nnd It seemed to me even more so when the enemy fire wns heavy. If a man wns slightly wounded down would como tho rifles to order nrms, nnd some pollu was suro to shout, "night this way. Ono franc." It wns n standing Joke and they always did It, Tho poiiu who did u most was n swis nnd he wus always playing n Joke on somebody or Imitating soma one of us or making faces. Wo were all sorry when this Swiss "went west," ns the Limeys say, and we tried to keep up his Jokes nnd say tho same things nnd so forth. Hut they did not go very well after he was dead. He got his In the same charge In which the chaplain was wounded. IIo was ono of the bunch thnt charged before the order was given, when tho chaplain got It, and wns running pretty near me until we got to the Hocho wire. I had to stop to get through, though must of It was cut up by artillery lire, but he must liuve jumped It, for when I looked up he wns twenty or thirty paces nhcod of me. We gol to the Germans nbout that time nnd I was pretty busy for a while. Hut soon I fnw him again. He was pulling his bayonet out of n Hoche when made n Jab nt him and stuck him lu the arm. Then the Hoche mnde u swing nt him with his rllle, but the Swiss dniped on one knee und dodged It. He kept defending himself with n his rllle, but there wns nnother on him by this time nnd he could not get up. Tho corporal of our sqund came up Just about thnt time, but he wus too late, because one of the Hoches got to the Swiss with his bny- onct He did not have time to with- draw It before our corporal stuck him, The other German mnde a pass at the corporal, but he was too late. The corporal beat him to It and felled him with n terrific blow from his rllle butt. The Huns were pretty thick around there Just as nnother fellow and myself came up. A Hoche swung his rllle ut the corporal nnd when he dodged It the Hoche utmost got me. The swing took him off his feet nnd then the corporal did as pretty n bit of work us I ever saw. He Jumped for the Hoche, who had fallen, landed on his fnce with both feet nnd gave It to the next ono with his bayonet all at the same time. He was the quickest mnn I ever Ger-mn- LIBERTY BO DISLOYALISTS ARE SENTENCED Cleveland, O. The men who believed that they could not bo touched by the law for Liberty Bond dealings of almost any character whatever are saw. There were a couple of savate men In the next company and I saw one of them get under Fritz's guard with his foot and, believe me, there wns some force In that kick, He must have driven the German's chin clear through the back of his well-know- n that the old town is'nt altogether what it used to be? That somehow there is a difference when you go down street? I lint tho old places are subdued and quiet, less busy and noisy? That, go where you will, tbo club, tbo bowling alley, the billiard parlor, anywhere, lliero is the samo subllo sense of change I Tbo old voices no longer hall you with such eager challenge, audi royal welcome, such whole-soule- d good fellowship; tbo old smiles no longer bring you the same sense of old band clasps on the shoulder no longer bring ou tbo same senso of comradeship nnd friendly interest. Something seems to Imvo slipped silently out of life. Kor scores of tbo old faces arc missing: faces that you knew and loved the best. They' aro "over thcro" in tho khaki-cla- d ranks that aro slowly pushing the gray Hun lino backward toward the Hbinc. Tlicy aro taking up the burden of civilization, of democracy and freedom; the libera tion of a half world threatened with enslavement; tbo perpetuation of our own national liberty and safety. I he overthrow of Kaiscrdom. And Some of them are never to come back I None of us will over forget theso missing faces; the fact of our friends, our brothers, our sweet hearts, our husbands and fathers, All of us will hope lo welcome them homo again, triumphant from tbo tiring line, the jaws of death, the literal mouth of tho inferno. Nor must any of us forget them in tho coming Liberty Loan drive. For it is to strengthen them and their light, lo hurry their ultima to victory and to speed their return, that these bonds arc to bo offered. That and that alone. Ilemember these missing faces those faces that we love. And bring at once your savings for the loan. Have A DAY IN CAMP (Conllaued from Page Ooa) you noticed learning their mistake. Tho recent arrest and conviction and sentencing of men who have depended upon alluring ads to lead Liberty Dond owners who needed the money Into their offices ought to have a chilling effect upon other brokers who have built their hopes upon the same foundation. Isadoro Gantz, pawnbroker of Parrel), Pa., was arraigned and held on $1,000 ball for the November grand Jury session. He advertised to buy bonds, and then offered the who responded to his ad about 80 cents on the dollar for their bonds. bond-holder- s LEWIS B. FRANKLIN. neck. We thought It wns pretty tough luck to lose both the chaplain nnd the luge wit In the snme charge, along with half of our officers, nnd then hnve to give up the trench. Every man In the bunch was sore as a boll when we got back, (To bo Continued) b""""3 ... .... ,', law, W. S. Bennett of Youngstown was sent to the workhouse within the last few days for similar suggestions, and other cases are In process of being prosecuted in the fourth federal district at the present time. Lewis B. Franklin, director of the United States war loan organization. In addressing a meeting of the Liberty Loan county chairmen of this district, emphasized forcefully the Importance of keeping one's bonds, and of urging other people to do so. He argued to anyone who questioned his policy of cutting the market price of the bonds, that anyone had a right to sell any bond he owned at any price he c,hose to tako and could get; and that anyone had a right to buy a bond at any price he saw fit to offer and could get the bond for. It Is the same argument which has been used by all of the bond price cutters. And In ordinary times It would hold, probably. But Mr. Gantz learned, when he was before the district attorney, that the United States Is at war, and that there are, in consequence, limitations to certain activities which do not exist In time of peace. In order to give an excuse for bis offered price for the safest securities In the world United States government bonds Gantz was forced to argue that they were not worth much more than that. His prosecution was therefore possible under the sedition "NOT A NATION" They aald that we were not a nation; Jurt a medley from various lands; No national heart and no national soul; With no hope and no with to join hands. Nothing to hold No I ut together; almt and no dreamt that we eh a red; (dealt and background! all different; We couldnt make war If we dared. the country, Then the word blared forth to "Close ranktl For the Flag of And the faith anti-aircr- that brought ut together Shone out at the Colors' call. ut till" I I One cry came back from the people, From Latin and Norman and Slav: "America I Freedom la threats I enedl "Take all that we are and have. pro-Germ- "We know wtiat we sought when we came here; "What we're working for, every one, "And that work hat bound ut -- together, "It will hold done. till tternltt I "We give you our Uvea and our 0,,n "'""' rw dollars. "We will work; we will fight; we will die; "For the faith that hat bullded a nation "From the four wlndt of earth, and the eky." Lucy Jeanne Price. ' Get Education While You Can Thousands Regret Delay Pago Four. THE CITIZEN August 20, lOlfl. Mrs. Frank Jnokson nml son, WITH THE CHURCHES Frank, if Lebanon Junction, spent from Sumtay until Tuesday nt the Union Church Bower home. with classes The Sunday-scho- ol In a recent letter, written (o his for ail nt 0:15. Pronohlng sorvlce parent. Private Thomas Ifer, who at II n.m. NBVVS OP BKREA AND VICINITY. QATHRRED PHOM A Is In rump at Wel Point, Ky sy VARIETY OF SOURCES is extended A cortlisl he expects noon to go overwas with I, ll vaalfAiaa Inflation Iti rut t ntft na ttn1f no Regiment. He is evidently , ... Ihe 327th , tn ,n ' expresses a nope ., ,,, men wvlooa was given Mi ..... Lillian Rower . . the .piite a surpr.se party, Thursday M(irn homc v,P,ortoui-.- . rim Baptist Church Xfh afternoon, in honor of her eighth A (rl of ho,,(lf,,-Sunday-scho- ol principles recognized at : a.m. j, (rrN,,,lWfc birthday. About thirty of her little , NVe h,ve ctntuUy graded elasM ni WU,T brm,k MnL applied in the operation of entertained. friend. with separate ems all w c ytMf nd Vr Berea, Ky. Bank &. Trait Bldg. Mr. and Mrs John Muncy motored the Federal Reserve System. P,.,urn)H from to Lexington, Monday. .. P.er.chinif vrvic at 11 a.m. .w- t i. You owe it to yourself to J. H. Jackson is here for a few extension work in that state. V, P. U. service at 0:W. T,l 1h visit and rest. w extend n hearty welcome your banking busi The Rev. A. A, Weldler spent the Mrs. Hamilton and ton, George. week-en- d U ' "nile wh Ih'M "hoeing, line iron " tb99t erv-th- e m Berea, but is spending srnMititlc ness with a bank wJiich is a bave been in Louisville for a week, wm k".iml repairs of all description next two weeks In eitenslon ' They succeeded in bringing back work in the interest of OAV E. B. English. Pastor member of this system. at the Culleae Blacksmith Shop, the College. 'lh them. Augustus Hamilton, who Chrtstlaii Okarth F. H. Kelly, a former Berea stn- Main Street, north of The Citiaen, ad, has heen in the Children's hospital dent, of Harlan, has recently moVe.1 Bihif f ehool at : turn. Qfl,. . for four months. He Is much im to EvarU and called at The Ciliien Trnimunlon service iad preacli- proved, but is to return in 6 weeks ofllce this week to have his paper Imr at 11 rn. L. k K. TIME TABLE for further treatment w. J- - HudjptUi, lHutor sent to his new address. , Friends of Thomas L. Parker will Methodist 0hrek Mr. McMurry left Friday for (In effect May II. 1918) , be Dlehsed that he has completed Washington, D. C. BibNchool at 0:45 aJn. North Bound Beren, Kentucky ''his course in the Sanrmir Artillery Preaching services at II ajn. ami Miss Mollie Jackson and Hugh No. 32, Leaves 0:53 p.m. School in France, and has been given Pnrks were married last Thursday 3;3n Ho. 38, Leaves 1 :17 a commission as second lieutenant. afternoon, at the home of Mr. and nd the new No. 34, Leaves 3:&3 am Th. I,nblir in . South Hound 'onverts in particular are earnestly has been received that Lloyd Mrs. McMnrry. Wrd p.m. No. 33 Leaves 12.-0Mr. and Mrs. John Murry. Mr. and invited to attend these services. Rackjey is sick in Main Hospital, Rhv- - Ofrrabea Pastor 1:04 p.m. No. 37, Leaves Ward & Great Lakes, III. If a num Mrs. T. J. Stephenson and daughter. No. 31. Leaves 12:12 U& ber of his Berea friends will enter of Tuscola, Illinois, were guests of Note: No. 33, the fast train, will inlo a conspiracy to write him Mrs. ffallie Baker, last Thursday, j W0D PKOM BIN MeOVtRZ Stop for passengers from North oft m1 cheery letters, they will Miss Rizabeth Flannery, of Kings- Dean Edwards received a letter Cincinnati, 0, or for 8outh of Kjm-- J dounHwi, proVe good medicine for ton. was in Berea. SundW. from Ben Mrtfttilre's sister, givine TtHe, Tcna. CaptAin V. T. Shorle. of Rich- - nn account of his being woundr.l mm and help to pass many lonely and helpfully. mond, was in Berea, p bnsines. in Franre. hours pleasantly We lull haU and sell them right. Thl sneccstion holds good in the last Saturday. On July 18, while in a drive against sA'-m- ,, Mrs. Ls ira Janes. 0f other sick ones whom wef .rv A i? nnhinann hmA ih mu. the Huns, and when the Hun were Mrs. '.lgar Wyatt and daughter, mav know. the run, Ben was trmk by forftmo to lose his car while at Julia Ptarl Hanson, left Monday fori Th flJlowini. vo,,na mftn Blue Lick last Saturday. The supply hrapnel. which broke his left leg a few weeks' visit in East Bern- - Berca this week to report for mili- - pipe broke, the gasoline spilling on J" "'",w "e nip. wen cou aiso alt. At M.ifh h.i nn.n4 a U. anil Uh . liht! wounded, but was able John James, John the exhaust pipe, which was hot. . rean. GET READY FOR rM,gherty. Robert McKinney. Har- - causing, flames t shoot from the t brim: McGuire In. At flrt he was taken to a French Mrs. Mamie Jones and son, Horace r(, van Winkle. Burnam Galloway ear several feetin the air. He made l Jones, returned to their horaej and Bradley Lakes. Like our desperate efforts to save the car, )iipta!. but now is in an American wh-Jrhe is receiving, ..i .chestnut street, Thursday! "after other Berea sons who preceded hut was only successful in saving hiwpital days' visit with William Han- - i (1Pm j0 the Army camp and the flr- -- three of the tires. the bet of Care. a , and family, at Winchester. lien ny in ihis letter of July 31, j inc thric young men have gone Miss Madison Click, who has been i .o to Eva Walden's and get yourj Wjth an unwavering deierminatioa visiting with her grandmother Mrs. "When I was taken from the Held,'' ad. j to proclaim the glories of democracy Sallie Baker, and other relative, re- we nire had the Duteh oir the go. lute for the fair. Mrs. L. Lester, Mrs. J. B. John- ith the courage of free men thru turned to her home in Tuscola, III, We will be good for another hitch j yet. we think. s'm and Mrs. Kenney and son, Rob- - the streets ot Berlin, recently. rt, motored to Richmond, Monday.) Mr. and Mrs.'T. J. Osborne returned Oar catalogue has Imhti greatly enlarged Be sure to see Eva Walden's hats ' Robert Kenney left- - there for Caipp TIB SEREA FAIR adding a splendid list of prize) on .t week from a very pleasant before you buy. ad. ' to report for duty. Hie Berea Fair Association is cati0tt spent at Madison. Ohio. They Mis Charlotte Baker' returned, Farm and Garden Products and Ladies' Mrs. Howard Bower and family, of also made a short visit in Say brook. Monday, from a visit with her sis- - managed hy a group of wide-awaand Children's Hand Made Articles. Winchester, left Friday for their Ohio, the girlhood home of Mrs. ter, Mrs. John Hamilton, who ac- - officers, whto succeed in making the iofh of gate receipt to go to Red Cross. ' home, after a few days' visit with Otoroe. They were accompanied companied her home for a short Fair the big event of the year in v. H. Bower and family. Mrs. visit. home by their daughter-in-la. Madison County. Miss Nettie Oldham, of Kicnmond, Ralph Osborne, and three grandFor Catalog uw address Mr. R. H. Chrisman went to Rich- - 1?ie catalog of this year's events is here spending a few days visit- - children, who will make an extended mond, Tuesday, d premiums, contains a most inthe Gibson In- ing with Mrs. Chester parks. teresting ltst. which will doubtless visit in Berea. while her husband firmary for treatment. E. T. FISH, Sucretary . Mrs. Nannin Iirannaman returned is making final arrangements to Miss Nannie Bundmra left Tues- - attrfct a large number of exhibit-da- y, Saturday, lrom a visit with her son, move their household furniture from for Tennessee, where she will ors and a great crowd of spectators Be ran. Kentucky Toronto, Canada, to Cincinnati, visit relatives. , on fair days. Charles Adams, of Flanagan. It means a considerable outlay Jack Ifaufle, K. L. Robinson and where, they will make their home. Mrs. Alma Watts left Tuesday for W. H. Bower spent Sunday in th The move is in the nature of a pro- Yellowtone National Park, to visit of time, energy and money on the with William Hrannamon. nation for Mr. Osborne, who has her son, Albert Bicknell. She will part of1 Hie management, to make the BEREA'S PATRIOTIC PLAY TIME Mi. Win. Haley, who lins boon made good as Head Manager of the stop at Battle Creek. Michigan, on Fair a snocess and their efforts Friday. Annual JO, 5 p. in, at the should be repaid by the hearty co- viiitinp lier husband at Dayton, 0., Cooking Utensil Department of the her way. for a hort time. playKrouud. returned Saturday. Northern Aluminum Co., of Canada. Miss Miry Robe returned, VUm- - operation of the citizens of the town Wo will hear of the work of tho For Rent The store room in the Canada. day, from an extended visit in Lena- - and surrounding counties, Mrs. tfu V aldcn W oman This year it has been placed on a Masonic building, on Main street. Committee of the Council We have an line of non and vicinity, with relatives. Apply to Leon Lewis, Borca, Ivy. hats for ladic. misses and children. of National Iefeniu. Messrs. Schuyler Johnson and war basis, largely, and the exhibi-Thom- as the opening ft her announces We will haw the National Badge McQueen were of the Iterea tions will consist mainly of those ad. ad. Eva Walden. things which are being. grown and New Millinery Parlor Tests by the playground children. quota which left for Camp Taylor We will hnf a patriotic pngemu. 'Monday. The total quetn for Mailt- - raised to help feed and care for Saturday, Jlugust3l. WIS We will aing pntriotie songs. son County was 10C, the largest it Uncle Sam's Army, We will play games. next week Remember the day You are incited has yet been called on to furnish. We will bring our suppers, slmplo Everet English, Jr, was the victim September 5. fl. 7, and mnko your war-tim- e suppers, ami all together of a painful accident Monday, plans to come with your family and have one good time. While plnymc with a Inwn mower, friends. Call early and get first choice Come ! Bring your neighbors I one of his toes was caught in tho COLLEGE HOSPITAL NOTES severed. Ho is blades and almost B00NE TAVERN NOTES Miss Jett Johnson, of the Nurses' roeoering nicely at present. 'THREE HOGS T0UND Boone Tavern has been very busy Mrs. John F. Wagers, of Cincin Training School, undnrwont an op- - this pnst week. On Sunday, Uiepj On tho promisas of W. J. Huff, nati, and her little son. John F. Jr.,1 enition Tor trachoma last Saturday; wore 75 guests for dinner. The llwt Big Hill plko, one mllo from Beroa, Richmond Kentucky are spending a live dnys with her she is improving rapidly. dinner party was given in the pri- on Wednosday, August 11. Owner Miss Florence Steams, who is also sister. Mrs. W. S. Hoskins. vate dining room. Dr. and Mrs. H. may havo tho samo by paying for Mitchell Coylo, formerly of this a nurse, was operated on, Sunday L. McLean acting as hot and hostess tho fowl, damago and the Insertion place, now in tho servico at Ham-mor- e, morning. She js in a very critical to tho sixteen guosta from Wilmoro. of this ndvorllsomont. siting friends and rela- condition. nd.-is W. J. Huff. Thore have been numerous motor Frank Johnson, of Lebanon Jet., Pvt. furlough. tives on a Lexparties from Ilichmond and Coyle is a cabinet maker in tho U. Mis3 Emma Neely, of IJerea, Elmer FOR SALE ('reen and Vi inn Couch havo undor- - ington who, have found tho Tavern S. Army. Houso and lot In Berea, on Center "a good place to lunch or dino in." operations this week and aro The Berea Graded School will Among tho weoks guests were: street. House is plastered and has all doing well. open next Tuesday, September 3. 0. Brock and daughter, Miss Ptigh. C rooms and 2 porchos. 4 stall bam, Mrs. Lucy Gordon, of Paris, caino Miss MoKiuucy and Miss Williams, oo.il house, wood houso. hen houso. A PLEASANT EVENING last Saturday for a visit with John buggy shed and other nocossary With characteristic hospitality of Cincinnati; Miss Adulc Howard. out buildings. Good Harrison and family, and other rebored well with Mrs. Hart, Mr. and Mrs. McDonald, and cordial friendship, Mr. James latives at Big Hill. . Key, Miss Lawrenco and untiring mis property TO WATER PATRONS King and daughter, Hurgess and daughter, Miss Sadie", Henry W. Mrs. Serrilda Miss Gilbert, of Louisvillo; Miss at a groat bargain nnd will soil on Bertha, left today for Peoples, whero entertained a number of guesU at a Margaret Dunn and nieco, of Chicago, easy terms. For further Informa, .. ... t ...... 1. i I. i .iu..l..r..i .Mrs. King will visii ner sister, .miss iiuhkiuiui iuiiuih-uiiu muir liuiuut Miss Julia Lathers, of Now York; tion, call on TO meet legitimate domestic require-xmentBertha will visit at Warren with last Wednesday evening. The nn- -j T. B. Stophenson, Mss Alice Walker, of Now Haven, ml.-lwater must not be used for Dr. and Mrs. B.P.Jones, for a fcw,casion afforded n splondid oppor-- j i. Center SL, Bcrca, Ky. and Conn., and Mrs. Daughorty sprinkling purposes, nor for building ops days before sho leaves for Marling- - tunity for some of the now vorkors daughter, of Lexington. erations until further notice. ton, W. Va., whero she will teach toget better acquainted with oach Germany knows by this and daughter, other and also to appreciate moroi Mrs. Henry Mahon Va., oxpect to happened to her llfth biglimo what this year. drivo In of Cottagovfllo, W. Fred Powell, who has been in Har- fully those who have served Borca France. Let's mako tho Fourth big ! many years, spend tho wintor it tho Tavom. faithfully anil well for lan, caino homo this week. .Mrs. Hitter has rucoived word that drive in tho U. S. A. loll her tho After partaking of tho many good, Joe Scrivner and family havo re Use Water Sparingly Do Not Waste It "ovor samo story and rub It In. lumed from Irvine, whore thoy havo things provided for the inner man, her husband has sailed for there.'' Wo don't want to seem prejudiced been visiting relatives and friends. tho company adjourned to tho lawn.l TyHERE water is used for sprinkling, or unappreciativc. but it iW'Cs scorn Miss Fannlo Moyers, after spend-- 1 whero n pleasant hour was spent allowed to run, or where water fix-- . FOR SALE ing several days with Mr. and Mrs.! in social intercourse. that as regards working for a lasttures are not kept in good order, the ing pearo, llalg drives aro moro John Dean on Jaokson street, goes Among the many opportunities Two good young cows fresh. waterworks will exercise its right to disApply to B. P. Ambrose, to Covington, this week, to lako up which Berea lifo affords, none aro. thmi Hague conferences. continue supply forthwith and without Prospect, St. ndp-- 2. more enjoyahlo than tho occasions' her work in tho city schools. further notice. Mr, anil Mrs. Lewis Hart spoilt "where friend holds fellowship with F. L. MOORE'S Sunday with relatives of Mrs. Hart friend." release from rou- - U tine duties for n season, at Panola. Tho guosts departed, with expresMiss May Harrison loft today for Poultry Tonic Fairfax, S. I)., whero sho tenohos sion --of genuino appreciation for In tffect Auvuit 20. 1918. Br HOWARD E. WAY can mtlio 12 J"iV Action of 1'rml.ntUl B ir.llnnii tt III,, lutt, again this yonr. the pleasant .ovening provided thru Cuitudlan of rroirtlri FOK luuitry tonic Lnuwn Jr Commit tew thotfuluoss of tho genial host tho wiui w i .nun of I'anfc First Class Repairing llatiM fi.ltii Itm.f. VCIIli NOTICE and hostoss. uiva aim prtm-nPhone in case Applications will bo rccolvcd for TOWN 194, COLLEGE 16 of trouble AND otlirnllviMU. At ilrui-vUI he position FOR SALE of primary toaolier ol or by null lotyilJ. Poultry Uiok Irvo. Fine Line of Jewelry 7 sows nnd 40 pigs, from two to tho Berea Graded .School. Send all luikli lni; Cl, liiiitlii.t;. applications to W. K. Farmer, four months old. W. M. Garrison. BEREA, KY. Drug Co. MAIN ST. Sold by Portor-Moond-2Vi miles west of Borca. Berea, Ky. ad. LOCAL PAGE The Banking Methods of Dean & Stafford REAL ESTATE ,, '.,, Today i- j are based upon 0 ani ' Best Blacksmithing ..l .n. ,. fr ae. vh-ginl- a transact Berea National Bank , p-t- t. P-- i in . THE BEREA FAIR Sept. 5, 6, 7, 1918 : : or, ke w, j j Fal-mo'i- ..... J A Well Assorted Stock of New Fall Goods Has Arrived at Our Store B. E. BELUE CO. ... 8. 21-d- ay SAVE WATER! IMPORTANT NOTICE s, ne CAUTION Berea College r 12 Gals. irl, Ih Jewelry Store m 8. re The Man Who Succeeds is the One Who Knows Things August 20, 1018. THE CITIZEN Pngo Five. Other Berea Workers When you art thinking of the many privileges which yon will enjoy when you enler Herat Collefe, do lint r.r'i'l (ho Hoipikil. There is .r..ialdy no school in the country win "o miii'li attention i paid t" n Hi.' Ii.allli of the student in i ... lb Im1 yenr, we opened Hi liospitnl . lire proof, pint iin'ii'Hscd iHir f i by addiiiK ml Ii.'ihI nurse. This ycarj ii'i con- .in tn iM'ii niir inu - linildiiig arid li.i; .dsn sc-- 1 i'l - nidnnl t.i uiir collide; un. ,i man who lias M'rHved hi) ninj hi iiin )f tin' . ry best Ileal acli.H.is in tin1 r.iuntry, and had IS ,wir i. a m;iI pracliee. plan to fc. i' llini in. stuiI'Mit gets) while in Her.u, but we also! possible care' l lo take the $tu- -. tnjr who may be i. h. i:i-rit. aonn after is kiwii ;i t.hnrn physical I'vuninalion, in-- c dinj an examin itimi of cars. i . ii-Bft-h. d, i .ii ' l Our Hospital mse and llirtmt. Wo nro splendidly eipilpped Id do any operation which is nerennary. To care for (he lioipiUil anil Ills sick, we lme, beeidea tlis two trained nurses, a limited number of student nurses, who are taking n rourse of 18 months tn practical nursfhK. Theae girl have n iplen- dul 'Xfwrienoe in their work, nmli when they go out, are not only a Mi'ssin to the Community when;! they settle, but mo able ta make a cotnfortnble living for themselves. Jul now, there is an urgent call for nui-si'all over the country, nnd IIi.t.' will probably never eono u' tun" wbi'ii Heron trained nurses urn n.( in il.'inand. We urite any younij w.uiian who wishes to put tier lif'! where il will do Ihe most pond to lier-e- lf and lo her country, to writ.' ..Mr lieifil nurse and make to lake our nurses' i mm ft ik' conre. s I . , Dr. Gooros W. Mead M.-n.- Prof. John r. Smith n- Vv"t- J,,MH '" st,,il" 'f the Aca.l.n I)r, (IiWKn V. Arling Pro- ''Partmcnt, is mow rncigiiitr.i - n In English and Associate Col- fMtor i lfgo Iaid.r, i rond ',t",ily on Iturnl Llfo snl his '"t"' l"l L.M.k' mi "llm .1 ymr In Horrn. Dr. Men.l ma.l. a has bein dr. Mr.d bmt of friend last year nm.in liii Mi.todonts. and was by alt ",aMy "durutnrs l' ! M ft man of iiniiii:d ability and iu kin'' f"r STwIod IhkIi - li"d tnn DP'n TMfWthy ftr ymintt i.i'...l. ""' I'Iir. s'ul"1 '',Bcn " niako Mtd lairs iMitflit m cost, tudcnU upon r.diKious and soeulnr nM"' f"l llll"rc at a very 10 lhe Acftdcmy matters that hn a Inarm on their ,f '"" "'"Hi, ym will want to take HvM. eouries under Prof. Smith. , i -- l.t -- hnllt mill o)oralotl for the sliiilonU, our hos-Iil- al fg open to nny one from anywhere who li sick and necdg expert medical attention. We are especially anxious U have exjieolnnt mothers oome lo i'u for core. Wo hopo to see Uie day when nil Ilia bnbies lorn williin many mllea of Heren will be born in our liospitnl. We can lake much belter caro of both mother and baby than is possible in a home, and we have Hie pru'es no thai il is niui h cheaper in (lie t'onie in niui ee us. f,, t im utiow von niir tine operating room and sun parlor. Y"U will ncree dial wo f hae as m, ,, small 03 there is in id,, into. And iul thlnlc of it ' Students have the in.. .,f this splendid e.ui.inet)f pciel i'.i'I. freo of cliaive ! Whilo llv li..-pilnl -1 I 1 -- prl-nmr- ily intrivin '" Plan to be here fepfmMi' C-- il lv Hunt y ih" history Depart--reat tl. rt- -- p. . i.ih- -t of II1 .N.'iin.il 111. Mil, III I'l- success in n lumr dial siil."i I., iis is atb'-te- d by hundreds "f his students tbru- out the country. Pi t has a vory (frnphie way of presentinf hia subjects. t 'f.-Hun- A l ' BBHaaam Fiilljr cqulpp i .ir rooms iBBBBHiBBIBBBSBBHBKMaBBV Values," Mrs. Edward Cook; Noon. mg, "Star Spangled Banner;" Value of Music in Schotrt," R. H. E. Rix Ktv. Wni. Farmer; "Cooperation," Nbah liurch. 'n Wi.i. 1.. UiV. a fhiicr Iterea The following teachers took part in the discussion of "Cooperation ami lent, after many years of to as printer and evangelist, li.w IMw-ar- (iet it:" Kdwaid K. Took. K. Cjk, Mrs. E. E. Mrs. lirtinir upon his second year in in. Mrs. Leofanl C(Mk, II. II. I terra, as instructor' in Printing and An iin' rmir ta'lk was aetiuk' manager of Hie Citizen. Mr. 1'arin. r. Iiix i a man of deep spiritual life and takes great interest in both the business and religious ,elfaro of young people. Mc-:..!! -- given mi Moonlgiht School work by Field Agent R. s. Wolfe. Closing re- marks by Supt. Minter. The day was nroiltablv soent by those ores-'d- ry ent. ' ESTILL COUNTY Dr BenMon Dr. II Rolnrts ..I I m-l- it. I Witt Wilt, Autr. 2fi. - - ..iM : 1' I In h and p' i in MiMd.i Student-- , Hie I in. .n The diJ- - weather was broken ye-- nLv by a good rain. The rr.i h.ie i.e.in damaged to a great extent .n n .unl of tho u to Mivand Mrs. weathe.r. Willie Witl. Am." t i. a u rl; mother and baby are d"in- -' w. II. A sorics of nie.tinss closed at Station Cnmp Thursday night, with several additions to the church. The tent mcct-p- sr f I; at A ine -- till continues L f c -- . -- Llo.i . If ,ill -- I preach-i- nt are required to go to aervicea in the great College Chapel. The si rvicn is one hour long. We num. read the Hible and Mrs. Goldon pray, listen to the preacher and go Hidden manaces the Student Mr. liome inspired ami ready to do better Store. She sells books, Ulan before. In Ilerea. we believe ill making character and tlxing lu?h pencils, paper, shoes, clothing, um- Ideals and ambitions in young brellas, really everything students need, at wholesale cost. She makes ponIo. FOR SALE A no profit on these things, but sells at to students. He suro to Ret a good umbrella and rubbers for the rainy day. They will avo doctor, bills. Ilerea students do not wear silk dresses. cd OK rear nice homo in Horoa, EASTERN KENTUCKY NEWS ITEMS (Continued lrom 1'igo Eight) blook from Post Olllco, about two in young acres land, nno-ha- lf Good six room dwelling, husamant 18x22 foot, electric lights, wall at door, plonty Prlco $.1,000. Also a farm of about 10 acres, n; half way botween IJeroa and 'i under cultivation and Vj in smnll limber, all under fenco, no liuildings, good bearing orchard. This land is poor, but pays well and n mighty big bargain at ?800. Terms: Cash, Liberty Hoods! or clean stock of merchandise. Sco W. II. Harris, owner, Ilerea, Kentucky. ad. Wal-loooto- 0. a Hayes, of Vin-- o hosier, was with his sister, Mrs. W. It. Cotrey, Saturday and Sunday. stuno better. Hoone, Aug. 2(5. Boone Mrs. Celia Dur-- I Government Sends An Urgent Call The I'rnfalrnl of the rrct-nll- Cummlulon lor lnographrrt Andtypitttal Wh. Imlon (towi mora acuta ilailf. Incraaia effoil all poatlbla." The O.ivernmi'nt and bualneaa concrrna are ahort five hurulrwl th.Hiian.l laiukkeein .and atetiotrraphera, and are ullerinii iwiclnnrra aaurira never Isifore heanl of. The Ouvernment draftl our Civil Service ll.iukkee.lnK Set, and alout KHIIITV- - K1VK .tr rent of the Government tlemwraphrra write the llfiST eviShorthand ayate'm that we teach-TI- IK dence that our roura. areTIIK IUST. e Take, 1IYMA1U our elght-wis-Mercantile 11 kkeilni( dune or our Simplified Shorthand Gwrae, the latter courae roniUllnic of TIIIHXYI'l'ONd. and wo iruaranteu you from thS totlUamonlhaaaonnaa you iualify. Money Uick If not aatUfle.1. Two hun.lre.1 thuuaand atl-fl- l, money - making- - former atudenta. Clip, fill out, and aend ua the follow Inir rouHn: wln"J: 'Nd ham and baby, of Hamilton, Ohio, has boon visiting her slater, Mrs. Luther Cox, at Snyder. Miss Fanny McCluro is visiting her sistersMrs. Allinan Arthur and Mrs. John Woods, at Paris and Dayton, Oliio. lrs. (iariietit (iaiiuanl, woo lias boon suffering with a sprained ankle, for somo time, H better. Her many friends surprised hor, Sunday evening, with a birthday supper. There were about thirty present, besides Ico cream and cako Hie children. Many other good were served. things to eat wcro served. A most onjoyablo timo was spent; they all left, wishing Mrs. Oalibard's birthday would como moro ofton. Several of our young boys were called to Hie colors from this pari. Hurrah for tho boys overseas. Wo hopo they will soon can tho Kaiser. JACKSON COUNTY Green Hall Oreen Hall, Aug. 20. Tho cd drought is doing great damage to growing crops. Farmers have tried harder this year than over beforo lo raise largo crops. Tho Oreen Hall Canning factory began operation the past week. A fow bean stringings and applo cuttings the past few days. John Gabbard and flrooly llobinson from this locality will be in (he next call. Keuhen Hughes was tho only boy in this vicinity who had lo register Saturday. Charles liversolo, cashier of the Owsley County Deposit Hank, stayedat F. F. McCollum's Sunday night, on his way lo MuKeo Circuit Court, whero ho is a witness. Mrs. James Farmer, daughter of Mrs. Matilda Kaiis. of Mississippi, caino in Saturday for a three weeks' visit with her mother and relatives. The children of It. K. F.vnns, who aro On account of the old age of the owner, Mr. D. G. Martin, sell at public auction the attending school at Annville, came farm, known as the Dave Martin Farm, consisting of 496 acres, 4 miles from Berea, in Rockhome Friday, and stayed until Sun- castle county, on the edge of the Madison-Rockcastl- e line. It is one of the best timber and day. Mrs. Harve Creech and grand- stock farms in the State of Kentucky, there being estimated nearly 5,000 ties and 300,000 daughter left Friday for a visit feet of saw timber on the place. All the saw timber is pine and oak. The L. & N. Railroad with their grandson and brother, of has a station on each end of the farm. Middletown. Ohio. Waldo McCol-lii- ni returned from Hamilton, SatAbout 150 acres of farm is cleared and in high state of cultivation. Has a good urday. Wendell McColIum visited Is close to Post Office and Isaac Howies, of Tynor, Saturday dwelling house, tenant house, barns and all improvements. nights The Teachers' Association Berea College and has good roads leading in every direction. Well watered with running at Hickory Flat was a success, it water. was, however, held at Cannons Ghapol church house, near FlattAs this farm is susceptible of subdivision it will be offered first in two tracts and then ery's bridge. The following program was rendered: Song, "Hattlo as a whole and the bid which realizes the most money accepted. Hymn of Ihe Ilcpublio;" Devotional Tract No. 1 Contains about 296 acres and includes all the improvements Nand most exercises, F.dward Cook; Address by I here is some saw and tie timber on this tract. Supt. Hampton Minter; Welconio ad- all of the cleared land. dress, Mrs. Leonard Cook; 'TcachcrB' Duly." A. S. Smith; "Duly of CitiTract No. 2 Consists of 200 acres and includes most of the timber. There is some zens in Itegard to Wheat and Sheep cleared land on this tract and is a fine building site. liaising," by Farm Agent W. II. "Food Fong, "America;" The farm as a whole is a good place and is one if not the finest cattle and sheep farms in the state. Possession given January 1, 19 19, with seeding privileges this fall. Fine Rockcastle County Farm We Will On September 4, 1918, at 2:00 O'clock Hoy-nol- ds; COUPON N..l.ill.. Ttaa.i Send me Kit UK, your lJok on Home Study, and tell me atout yisir new plan of teaching -t- he plan wherehy It la KASV to learn, IIV Shorthand, rrnmanihlp, MAII, lloukk-eplnif- . etc Thla notice vru clipped from THIS C1TIZHN. Ilerea. Ky. Youra truly, DRAUCIiON'S COLLECC SMART PEOPLE BUY DRY GOODS FROM AND NOTIONS cash, balance in one TERMS: One-thir- d Lion retained on the land for deferred payments. and two years with interest at 6 per cent. OWEN McKEE THERE IS A REASON RICHMOND KENTUCKY Madison Realty Company COL. JESSE COBB, Auctioneer RICHMOND, KY. Name (Addreaal In Two Weeks a New Student Has More Friends in Berea Than Anywhere Else 4 Pago Six. THH CIT1ZKN August 20, 1018. MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Kobsrt F. Spcnce, Farm Demonstrator and Special Investigator SHOULD DE blankets, with cnougb left over to COUNTY BY A arm him with a good revolver. You ROAD ENGINEER have done Hint much to beat back By Rodman Wiley, Commissioner, the Hun. It lakes $35 more to arm him with Department of Public Roads, a rule with a bayonet on it, and if Frankfort, Ky. Tim nnnll.in la frnnnnnllv fc-H I 'OII llUy B SOCOIllUlOO bOIll!, 'OU fllf- l,im ll',s rllllo ntul 1,000 cart- what should a man know in order 11 fof il n,ul l,,oro wi sl to bo an cfllclcnt County Road Kn- KNOWLEDGE POSSESSED THAT -.- SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG Berea's HOME DEPARTMENT Conducted by Miss Margaret Dizncy, Director of Home Science ALL AGREE THAT PICKLES ARE THE HOME-MAD- E PEOPLE BEST We wero sipping lea, on tho ver written for each of you. Tho rcolpo audn, when my youthful neighbor, reads as follows: 1st Door Vocational Schools who is n bride of a year, said: ul Two quarts of lomaloes, ono Training that odds lo your money-earnin- g power, combined with "Oh, dear, I shall certainly never of celery seed, six general education. try making pickles again. Last sea of minced onions, ouo-lm- lf FOR YOUNO MEN Agriculture, Carpentry, Bricklaying, Printcup-fu- ls son I packed soveral crocks of small cupful sugar, two and ono-hn- lf ing, Commcrco and Telegraphy. rs cucumbers in brine and I had (0 of vinegar, of a FOR YOUNO LADIES Homo Sclcnco, Dressmaking, Cooking. he enough of your money left to throw them nil away." tablespooufiil of cinnamon, ono lnccrn Nursing, Stenography and Typewriting. good-sizbomb to throw "Well, inquired tho experienced of ginger, 0110 cup of diced The faet is appreciated that in purclmso a UUgOUU Or (ICmoilSII a IliaCIIIlie housewife, "did you cover them with celery, four green peppers, live on, .nlinn nf flin Slnln. u-- lmvn ' 2nd Door Foundation School a weighted plate to keep Ihein un (ablespoonfuls of sail, otic-ha- lf cuponly gravel roads, in other sections, gun, together with the Huns operat General Eduoation for thoso not far advanced, comblnod with somo derneath the water, and did you ful mustard seed, of macadam or earth roads, we be ing it. vocational training. No matter what your present advancement, clinngo tho brine water once in a a toaspoonful of cloves, rs llevo a man should bo best familiar wo can put you with others liko yourself and givo chanco for while, discarding inferior oucum of 11 tonspoonful of grated witli the typo of road that prcdomi DROUGHT CONDITIONS RELIEVED most rapid improvement. hers?" nutmeg. BY RAIN Generally nates in his county. "Why. no, l did not. I didn't "I always chop tho lomaloes beThe rains of Monday nnd Tues speaking, ho should first of all know Door know all that was necessary." English Academy Course fore l measure them, ns well as the road work in detail, possess con day were general tbruout Central "It really isn't necessary to clinngo celery and peppers before' adding ear tnoso wno aro not expecting to leach ana who are not going siderablo executive ability, be ablo and Knstcrn Kentucky, with the thru CoIIego and desiro mora general education. gives thq brine water, hut I always do it. them to the other ingredients, which men and know how io exception of tho extreme southern It also lo handle tho best general education for thoso who wish a good start in because I hate lo lake chances, nnd I mix nnd nllow lo stand over night. deal with the public and be thoroly portions 0f the, Slate, according to I think tm ounce of prevention is alIn the morning I drain on half the reports received bv tho United study and expect to carry it on by themsolvos. honest. ways worth n pound of cure. Many Juice, which iiinkes excellent sauce. If any roads arc lo be graded, ho Stales Weather Bureau yesterday, of the women in this neighborhood Then I place tho picklo in crocks. Door should know exactly what machin- - ami served to relievo tho severe Normal School cry to purchase and how to place drouth conditions prevailing in This gives tho best training for thoso who expect lo teach. pack them in brine and never cbango This I havo kept for two years. "Ilns, she said, as she lifted a the men, and, if necessary, super- - many sections. Farm authorities Courses are so arranged that young pcoplo can teach through tho the water. plato from another crock, "is a intend the work. If any stone is to doubt whether the rain came in limo summer and fall and attend sohool through tho winter and spring, Tho be crushed, he should know how lo to help the greater portion of the thus earning monoy to keep right on in thoir courses of study. "I am going to tnko you out and plemlid uncooked chutney. drill and load the boles and how corn crop, but it will bo of material Read Dinsmoro's great book, "How to Teach a District School." show you my pioklo closet before recipe for it Is tho second on tho list: to distribute his forces so as to assistance to the tobacco crop, to we have lea," said our hostess. Uncooked Chutnoy crush the stone in the most econom- - pastures and to lato potatoes. Door We were ushered into n long, Academy Course 'One pound of sour npples, three- ical way, should know bow to flguro Stock water was becoming scarce in narrow shelved room, which opened inis is mo straight road lo College best training In Mathematics, quarters of a pound of raisins, the cost of concrete in place, gravel many communities, but the rains Science, Languages, History and all preparatory subjects. Tho off the pantry. I noticed at once delivered at various points, stone will also relievo this situation. that there was no radiator. The twelve ripe tomatoes, two red pep Academy is now Berea's largest department. of n cupful of crushed and hauled along the road. sholves wero filled Willi preserves, pers, He should be thoroly familiar with LET 'IM FROO neatly wrapped in newspapers and mint leaves, ono ounce, of mustard Door College seed, ono and one-ha- lf quarts of the construction of any typo of properly labeled. Across botThis poem, written by tho author mis is the crown or tho wholo Institution, and provides standard tom shelf were several largetho might bo undertaken for ono of tho soldlcr-pierro- ts road which at the crocks. vinegar, four ounces of salt, ono courses in all advanced subjects. in his county during the term of front, is being recited nightly some' Our friend lifted a plate from pound of sugar. "Tho vinegar must bo boHed nnd a matter of fact, he where behind the firing lino in his ofllcc; as A Temporary Raiso in Board is forced by war conditions. For ono and served each of us with a should know in detail each kind of France: twenty-tlv- o years tho board has remained tho samo in Borca, but the sample of most delicious tomato cooled berore hoing mixed with tho llnely chopped ingredients. work for which the county will 0 Gawd I ain't no 'and at prayers, unusual situation in which tho wholo country finds ilsolf now makes pickle. Tho pickle must then lie kept in a crock spend money under his direction. An' sides, it alius seems to mo it impossiblo for us lo live on the samo monoy as we have in tho past Uncooked Tomato Pickle in a cool, dry place and stirred every A man might bo a most excellent Ls You must pet fed up sometimes, This adds ffl.CO to the former expenses of tho girls and 115 CO lo 'This." she said, " is uncooked day for ten days, when it is ready lawyer and yet a failuro as a drug- - Forgivin' everybody's crimes tho expenses of tho boys, but still leaves tho cost half that at othor pickle which I mentioned yesterday, for uie. gist, or. lie might bo n successful ,n sottin' sinners free. schools and "cheaper than staying at homo." and hero is tho recipe which I havo (To he continued in next issue.) farmer and yet valueless as a cashier You must bo overworked a lot, of a bank. A man might lie a good An, Peter's got "is 'ands full too; PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE. Incidental fee and room rent rOOD AND DRINK we use. Animal fats are especially business man. thoroly honest and ntitlust look 'ere mv nal 'e's dead by tho term, board by the half term. Installments aro as follows: Need of Fats needed for export, Ilulter is very industrious, but if be does not A chunk of shrapnel in 'is 'cad. So long as wo get enough fuel food, precious, because with Its fnt are FALL TERM know tho details of road work, ho DYo fink as You could let Mm froo it does not, within certain limits, certain other substances necessary Expenses for Boys will not mako a good road man. It When 'o comes up to You? make much difference whether we for growth and for maintenance of VOCATIONAL AND ACADEMY has always been my experienco that Eh D'Ye fink You could? FOUNDATION SCHOOLS AND NORMAL COLLKflC get this from starches and sugars, bodily vigor. This is true in lesser it costs too much money lo educate I wish You would. Incidental Feo 7.00 $ 5.00 I 0.00 or from fats, the two chief types of degree of beef fat, but not of pork a man in the art of economical road For, Gawd, 'is luck's been awful bad. Room 7.00 7.00 7.00 food on which wo depend for heal fat or of any obtained from tho construction and maintenance and Right bad it's been, 1255 Board. 7 weeks 1255 12JS and power lo work, but these limits vegetnblo world. Wo can quickly it seems that the proper thing to An' not a pal in all the world, Amount due Sept. 11, 1318. . 2455 2555 2055 ary with individual needs. Tho stimulate increased production of do is to employ a man that knows Cepl me, I mean. Board. 7 weeks, due Oct. 30.. 1255 1255 1255 man at moderate work needs from vegetable oils, so it is well to uso and, if such is done, it will bo found Ts faco was all agen 'im. Total for Term 3&D0 '37.50 '3050 IVj to 3 ounces of fat a day (3 to 0 part of our fat in this form. that good will result from all fund Tho' 'e 'id is best 'o could. lablcsponufuls), depending on what G. E. World. Expenses for Girls invested in roads, that he will be Tliat tnpro moustacho was not much Incidental Fee 8 5.00 7.00 else ho is eating. Tho man who ablf to save the county his salary use, t 0.00 War brings about many strange, Room 7.00 7.00 sits down most of llio day needs less. 7X0 many times in the course of a sea All yellcr wiv tcrbaccer Juice, doughnut, ono conditions, nono moro remarkable Yet in n good-size- d Board, 7 weeks 1050 1050 1050 son. It is, therefore, hoped that not Allho' it did somo good. Amount due Sept. 11. 1918.. 22.50 2350 2450 eats from 1 to 1W tablcspoonfuls of perhaps than tho introduction of only the county officials, but all But, Gawd, just tip old Peter fat. Three small pats of butter tho milch goat into tho back yards Board, 7 weeks, due OL 30.. 1050 1050 1050 citizens of tho Stale will appreciate To overlook 'is faco, would givo two tablcspoonfuls more of American citlos. A milch goat Total for Term 33.00 34.00 35.00 the fact that they will receive a So's when my pal 'ere comes up already an ounce and a half, with- averages a quart and a half or milk dollars worth of work for every This does not inolude the dollar deposit nor monoy for books or out counting that used thoro in tho cake, a day during tho lactation period. aouar expenucu. n iney win em- - .p.,, ,,illp, t don. caro where laundry, in tho salad dressing, tho French-frie- d Tho demand for this milk in tho ploy men thoroly trained in road cinncc v rets nlace potatoes, and many oilier I'nited Slates is principally for Special Expanses in Addition to Incidental Fee Business cood salary, vMl t i .,. :m work and nav them a w tm 1 vjlii, t nuiroa im, Spring things that may havo been part of children and Invalids. ...I niiu3 Ills.am, Winter , ...Vin H. tall u.u. u, uu.iMu, nrr.nnn iuu.i An. .js missns km as wclIi and Tvoowritimr 110.00 112.00 turn the day's meals. knows nothing whatever about An' I knows 'ow 'e's slaved it for slenoDhv Bookkeeping (brief course) , 14.00 10X0 12.00 i i Wo must waste no fat and must 1. i Pcalp tho Hond Scalper. roau wors ana spenas most oi ins Bookkeeping (regular course) 7.00 0.00 5.00 choose carefully tho kind of fats (lash will curtail tho casualties. miiu iuuiui ai uuuu uiu ivm v "uuau I knows ow e 'listed and Business course for students or attending to his private business. M.iirlrpH iq inh in other departments: Inasmuch as the County Road En- - Arf T knows ,0 can flphl ,iko .ell 0.00 1050 750 Stenography gineer handles 50 and sometimes An' I tell Yer straight-- If Ye dabn3 Typewriting, with ono hour's more of the county's funds, it is an my male, use of instrument 7.00 0.00 6X0 important ofllce and tho proper man Ye can blinkin' well dahn mo too, Com. Law, Com. Geog., Com. to select for tho place should re 1.80 150 Arith or Penmanship, each.. 2.10 ccive the careful consideration of But if You'ro tho Gawd I lakes Yer In no caso will special Business Fees exceed 915.00 per term. every taxpayor. for, All students do gome work with their bands from six to six Yo'll see as mv pal gets froo. teen hours a wock as janitors or in tho farm, carpenter shop, printTHE WASTE OF WAR TIMES ,T. Millon Hayes, in Daily Dis ing ofllce, laundry, boarding hall, ofllce, etc., and recolvo pay which For those of us who cannot com patch, Manchester, Eng. prehend the meaning of billions and reduces their exponses. millions, somo idea of the burden Biscuits, Bayonets. Bonds I Thai's young man or young woman can get an education Any of this war to tho United Stales Is tho combination that will topple the conveyed by tho simple statement kaiser's tbronn nnd free the world. at Berea if there is tho will to do so. that its cost to us is 555 a second. So save on your biscuits and buy If it is impossiblo for any young man or young woman to be Every time tho clock ticks, that tidy bonds with tho savings. Wo know in school the full year, by all means they should enter for a courso dur- little sum passes into tho insatia-bl- o what the bayonets have dono ai- - 'nK tbo winter and spring terms, maw of Mars, and his demands ready. Help lo keep them in action. Tn ni,ic sci,r,oIs will close about Christmas and the teachers will constantly become greater. We Stocks Will Be Short Until Beginning of New and advanced pupils should not bo idle through tho long winter aro, of course, a rich and powerful CINCINNATI MARKETS, months but should be studying in Berea wbcro tho best education can ex- nation, but our wealth is not Ration May Be Enlarged Then. Hay No. i tliiiotiiv haustless, nor would it bo wiso or ni m. be gotten for least money, - fai.i-,jfauNo. 1 clover mixed prudent on our part to waste, even $286)28.50, Applicants must bring or send a testimonial showing that they are No. clover mixed $23.00 though our troasuro chest wero 27, No. 1 clover $2!l. above 15 years old, in good health and of good character. This may bi Two pounds nf sugar a month half reduction. In Kurope the present rawithout bottom. Naturally some Corn No. 2 white $1.0001.03. No. a signed by some former Berea student in good standing or some reliabU a pound a week that Is tho lugur ra- tion Is already reduced to a minimum. while 1.80g1.85, No. 2 yellow $1.85 waste is unescapable, but upon Our Situation. 01.87, No. a yellow $1.801.65, No. 2 teacher or neighbor. The use of tobacco is strictly forbidden. tion the U. S. Food Administration thoso in authority devolves a IIIIYIWI XI TMl 7r. ...... fklTO The situation which the United every American to observe information or friendly advice write to the Secretary, For has asked solemn duty to prevent avoidable yellow cur $1.701.80. mixed ear $i m States fares In Its efforts to maintain " r..1:1.. until January 1, 1010, In order to uiuke a fulr distribution of sugur to the Aluxjiuuuiuuea 1.. every possiuiu way. vi.iv. in MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Ky. Butter, Egg and Poultry. For let it not bo forgotten that all ura there shall be enough for our lied world Is us follows : Sugar supplies throughout the coun. ex. this monoy comes from Iho pcoplo ,, ,""K Army and Nary, for the Allied armies try, In hornet, stores, factories and uxlrus nn.l Hint ovnn with """'V" " unnnnrnv tuac, iirem Liftc. lulwy and for the clvllluns of thoso nations. bakeries are at a low ebb. We mutt thoy nro going to faco a staggering Kggs Prime iirsts 39c. firsts 'J,VAc Ily New Year's the world sugar sit- make Increased sugar shipments to the 81c. debt when this war Is ended. And ordinary Allies. uation will bo relieved somewhat by ;?u, when that good day comes at last. L ,'?.,!,,J Production of American beet and the new crop. Cuban sugur of this Louisiana cane crops have been disapand tho conduct of affairs is probed, n,8 and over, 20c; do under 4 lbs, 20c; as it will be, there is going to bo roobters, 18c. year's crop will bo arriving in this pointing. Best Equipment and Service at Lowest Cost. Porto Rico crops have been cur. rough sledding for any set of men Live Stock. country. tailed. Wards for Men and for Women, ' JVIi10-50- ' ,ute,icr who aro shown lo bavo been wasters ..r"L Every available sugar source will be Immentt sugar stocks In Java can-nto cholco Private Rooms, Bath9, Electric Service. l ?,e8,',wttra "15-- . fulr oodnnfim m- or Krartcrs. Fort Wavno News be reached on account of the shipcommon to st drawn on by the Food Administration heifers, extru $10l0.7fi. irimd m ping during the next winter months to main- troop shortage; ships are needed for movtmtnts and munitions. SOME OF THE BITS YOUR LIBERTY k''!olco 70.50, forauion to fair $0.75 COWS, extra S8.&OirO.H). L'ooil to U- -i tain sufflcUiit stocks here to keep up Army and Navy sugar requirements Eye Treatment, Nose and nnun hmtt nn Surgery, Care in Child-birtaunu t iuu uu .......... ... tnomrt.U clinli our national sugur supply. During Oc- have Increased as well at those from 11 uuuu i uio fo; cumierii JUWuVTd. stockera uud 91 Ear, General Practice juii uj tober the first American beet sugar the Allies. Fourth Liberty Loan, you aro lend- - feeders $7ffll. Most Industries using sugar have had will arrive In the markets. Ily the their allotment reduced by ".B0n.C5, fair to ing tbo United States Government ; common and largo $7 mlddlo of November some of our Lou- some will receive no sugar. enough monoy to feed a soldier in Come in and visit an establishment, which is a friend in Households should make every efisiana cane crop will be available. All Hobs Selected heavy shltmers franco a llltlo nvnro (tnan seven need, and in reach of all the people. of this sugar and more may be needed fort to preserve the fruit crop without iv.uuwiv.w, gooa to choice puckers Or you havo furnished months. sugar, or with small amounts of sugar. to keep this nation supplied ou a reenough monoy to givo him a com- - .""I Luter, when the sugar supply Is largpleto outfit of wlntor ond summer i0 choice heavy f.u tows $12010.25, duced ration and to safeguard Uvt Al- er, the canned fruit may be sweetened Robert H. Cowley, M.D., Physician clothing, Including shoes and slock- - KkIU khlpper $i!)ii).33, pigs (110 lbs lied sugar ration from still further as it Is used. Mrs. Anna Powell Hackett, Superintendent oh.m. ings, and slicker nnd overcoat and uJ table-spoonftable-spoonfuls ''' three-quarte- ed n Berea's three-quarte- rs llirce-quarte- 3rd Berea's 4th Berea's 5th Berea's Preparatory nne-qiiiirl- er 6th Berea 1 1 i I L 1 1 ... i.... I I AMERICANS ASKED TO LIMIT USE OF SUGAR able-bodi- ed Must Use No More Than Two Pounds Per Person a Month if the Present Meagre Allied Sugar Ration Is Maintained. Year 1 1 1 1 1 ' rt . 'C"''f Berea College Hospital Sun-parlo- h, 11 '''v' one-half- ci!ftif5?' i1: Who Was Ever Sorry He Got Some Education? I IMPIOVtB UNIMIM MTMNATIOHAl THE CHURCH AND ITS CHANCE TEMPERANCE QUOTES HE HAD MORE LATITUDE Those who would overcome ovll n aged Negro preacher in Vir must abstain from Intoxicating liquors and nil tho Influences of tho world ginia had nover hecomo ordained, but was content to remain an "ox- which unduly excite. Tho Splrlt-flllebeliever baa tlio wis- horter." This scorned rather strange dom nnd power to overcome. to somo of his congregation, and ono d ADVANCE IN This War Will Give the Church Its "I'd sooner black my vlsago o'er Oroateat Chance. Will It Mako And pul a shlno on boots and shoes Good? Thau stand within a liquor store EASTERN SIBERIA And riitfo tho glasses drunkards Hov. Chas Stolzlo use." I" H. IITZWATKH, Uiy I), I) Dr. Jowclt. Teacher of Kngllih ItlLlo In the Mood Tokyo Announces They Have When llio Ijrnoliles, nflrr 400 "A man had tho cholco of comPassed Nikolaievsk; Otani (C"rriiht. HI, bf WnlftB Nmtpiprr t'nlMi.) yours of captivity in Kgypl, wcro lo depart In coiKiucr "tlin promised mitting tho least of three offenses Heads Allied Armies. IihhI," llioy sprinkled blood on tlio murder, robbery or drunkenness. LESSON FOR SEPTEMBER 8 sHlrposls nnd door linlrls of their Ho cboso tho latter, gol drunk, nnd homo. Baptized llioir fnlth nncw then committed Ibo other two." CONQUERING EVIL. CHINESE FORCE JOINS ALLIES In blood. (May Imi uwhI with temtwranco applies, When, nt Mm last supper, .fosns "Temperance is like n brldlo of tlon.) look and rnisod ibo nip, bo said: gold, and he that can tiso II arlgl I.KH80N THXT8- -I Kings 21:t-2- ; Kphe- "This Is my blood drink yo all of is llker a god than a man; for ns it Reach Mukden on Way to Giherl TKXT-Hn- ve no fellowship ciui.dkn Cholera Rages In North Russia il. lor ns oft ns yo drink, yo shall will transform a beasl Into n man uiniuiiiui wurxi or nnrKncmi, 23,000 Rum Officers Are tut rnthrr rrpruvn tlirm. Kphralans 6:11. prorlalm my death. Do it till I romo again, so it will make a man a god IjHVOTIONAIj UKAMNU-Ilomaby Bolthevlkl. ni 1J: again, but wlirn I eomr, It will bo Hurton. 41 IU Id tv. in power lo set tip my Kingdom AHIJIT1UNAI. MATKlMAL KO TKACIIKItS-IX'Uterono- my London, Aug. 20. dispatch :1J; Inlma lleligioiis ovolullon or progression "Wasps honey take but no honey Kxcbnnge TelegraphA compnny to the W 16; Luke 4 Ml; ;IM!j Itomnna 7:11; 8 from I.. uiu.iys is arroinpaiiied by blood, sac make.' Spurgcon. Tokyo, says the Japanese war office rlllco and marlyrdom. In tho pros announces thnt the Japanese In Siberia The robbery and murder of Nahnth "In tho supremacy of self-co- n are advancing beyond Nikolaievsk. In om of the darkest of Imtnnn deeds. ent war, Iberr is n clear alignment between Christian civilization nnd Irol consists ono of tho perfections Chinese Have Reached Mukden. Fnlluro to recocnlzo tlio rich! , Peking, Aug. 20. A Chinese contln nie.nilng might Is right, of tho ideal man." Herbert Spencer, of Nnbotli'R jH)8ltlori, nnd to master his gent on thu wny to Join tho nllles' own personnl selfish desires, resulted "ml barked rvrn by In this dark deed, has reached splrllunlly considered, it is n re "All tho crimes on earth do not forces nt Vladivostok Mukden, Manchuria, according to nn I. A Notable Example of the Tri llgious war, though not so proclaimed destroy ?o many of tho human raco. nouncemrnt mndo here. umph of Evil (I Kings 21U-2Unnd though undenominational, tlio or nlicnata so much prosperity as 1. Alinli'n covetoti8ncss (vv. 10) General Otanl In Charge. proposition that drunkenness. Lord Bacon. Mfidlvostiik, Slberln, Aug. 20. The Nenr tho king's pnlnco lay n plot of Teutonic-Tur- k Jntmiiesu general Klkuzo OtnnI, com ground belonging to n simple fnnner might is right Is alono stilllcicnt to "I never know how delightful life mniider of the entente nllles' forces In winch Ahnb selfishly longer for. Nn give Ibo issuo religious signillcance both, loynl to the Inw of (Jod nnd and standing. is, or how easily work can be done, SlUrln, took charge of his command. This fact was announced nt n gen his personnl rights, refused to What Is Ibo "power" nnd "king until I gavo up wine." pnrt with It, though tho king offered dom" of Christ's coming ngain? The eral council of tho allies' commnnders. Sydney Smith Tho spirit of fullest him whnt It wns worth, or even n Let strongest power was love. No king is ter one In exchange. With Naboth It manifested by the council, the otllcers "The working man can do with assuring (lenernl Otunl thnt they ere wns not n mntter of money vnlue, but dom lasts that is not bacd on love, What do the enormous lo's;i in out the publican, but the publican proud to serve under him. The vnrl of loynlly to (Jod nnd tils fathers. It doubtless would have been gnln to htm lies and properly in this war moan cant do without the working man. oum elements will continue as sepnrntu to hnvo compiled with Allah's desire, l ot thai tho nations of men. mutt units concerning matters of adminis for ho offered Its worth In money, or n work loirelher, think together more Now to rivulets from tho mountains tration nnd supply, but nrc subject to better one In exchange. Nalioth put harmoniously than ever bcf. re. to I'oints tho rds of fortuno tellers; orders from the generalissimo regard principle before worldly win, or even Ing rehabilitate? What Issues from the Youth perpetual dwells in fountains, A strategy and mllltnry operations. n reputntlon with thu king. Ahab In Joint purchasing bonrd has been esNot in llasks, and casks and cel tablished stead of conquering his selfishness Irlghtful suffering and ruins of Hel- for buj Ing necessities In the wnibl-ui'l- e lars." Longfellow. giiim, Serbia and Armenia Is HUlklty refused to eat locnl market. General Otnnl's stnff 1!. sympathy and charity stronger Jezebel's wicked plot (vv. will consist of General Yuhl, chief of When sho found Ahab pouting she nnd deeper than mankind .ver be- "I am convinced that wino and the first bureau of operations; Gentook matters Into her own bunds. (1) f'trc fell. How many milli'iis of all fermented liquors are pernicious eral Inngnkl, who was commander of She Inunted Alinh (v. 7). A wenk man families will, thru their losses of to tho human constitution and that the first guard division, will be chief of cannot stnnd to be taunted, especially ons, fathers brothoM, for tho preservation of health and the second division of supplies and hy n woman. (2) A mock trial given drink from this cup of blourt and exhilaration of spirits, there is no administration, nnd General Nnkuzlma. (w. The charge made against Russian Officers With Czechs. to simple Jnboth was false. They played the be drawn away from tho material beverago comparablo Amsterdam, Aug. 20. Gen. D. C. water." Smollett. hypocrite. Ills death was secured un to the spiritual ! StcherbntchelT, former Russian com der the pretense of Justice. Jezchel Indeed, it will bo the church's mander on the ltoumnnlan front, and Xnhoth out of thu way, so she greatest chance, as Dr. Stelzo says. desired 'If wo nro not masters of our (Jen. V. A. Tcheremlsoff, former comsecured false witnesses ngalnst him And, if the' merciless, bloody band of selves, wo aro not fit to bo leaders mander on the ltusslmi northern front. (3) Il was stoned to death (v. 13). Moscow dispatch to the Ithenlsh others." Spurgcon. (I) Jezebel Informs Ahab of Nnboth's Teuton autocracy seizes all, it will of Westphnllan Zeltung of Essen says. ho the church's greatest calamity. death, and Instructs him to take In tho 'Our revenues may derive some hnvo occepted commands Hard tho labor, uncertain tho fate of the vineyard (vv. Czeclio-Slovnarmy. of (ho church If over the hellish unholy benefit from tho salo of al 3. The doom Announced (vv. Release 23,000 Rusa Officers. (1) Hy whom Elijah (vv. 17. 18). iiocirino mat .Might is uigiii " rules cohol, but tho cntiro trado is never Xwenty-threthousand former Rus At tho command of the Lord, Klljah, thai part of tho world wherein tho theless a covenant with sin and sian otllcers Imprisoned In the Alentleft who had fled from Jezebel, goes to church has found freedom nnd op death." Daily Telegraph. bnrracks have been released, according nwt the king as he entered upon thu portunily for growth to n Moscow dispatch printed In the possession of Nabuth's vlneynrd. He "Intemperance is tho voluntary Rhenish Westphnllan Zeitung. The dis (These editorials nppcarcd in th wont to take possession but could not. patch says the soviet government wns extinction of reason." Channing. Ood always finds a man to bring to tho Srripps daily papers in sovcral compelled to abnndon Its plan for In cities, and nlso in other papers hav. sinner the fruit of his wrongdoing. ternment "If you would keep tho mind clear from thu of tho otllcers under pressure (2) What It wns (jrv. (n) A ing tho Newspaper Enterprise As populntloiv of Moscow. and tho body healthy, abstain from shameful death (v. ID). Tho dogs MK'iation service.) Hunger, typhus und cholera are rag were to lick his blood In the place all fermented liquor." Ing In the northern Russian provinces where they licked the Mood of Sydney Smith. says a Petrogrnd dispatch to the Wese A NARROW ESCAPE FROM There Is a retributive Justice In Zeitung of Hremen. The population o DROWNING the Judgments which God metes out to "I never saw a city or villago yet, ntlro villages ure dying In great num Tho Wilmoro Knlcrpriso contains sinners. "Whatsoever a mart sowcth, bers. In some places each person rethat shall he also reap" (Col. 0:7). the following account of what mlgl whoso miseries wero not in pro- ceives only two pounds of onts weekly portion to the number of it's public Jezebel wan to share n like fate. The have proved n fatal drowning accl nnd no bread. Itallwny connections houses." Oliver Goldsmith sinner should bo assured thnt hi sin dent: between Moscow nnd tho rest of Ilus will find him out. (b) Obliteration of "On Thursday, last, an outing sia, except the provinces of Tver nnd posterity (w. 21, 22). It was best parly, composed of Sirs. Hettio Oor "No nation which is enslaved to Tuln. hnve ceased entirely, nccordlng that the children of such a man should to n Moscow dispatch to the Dussel drink can preservo its liberties." bo cut off so that there might bo an don, Ilev. Win. P. Gordon, Mr. and dorf Xachrlchten. This condition Is Mrs. Joe Gordon, Mr. and Mrs end to such a wicked dynasty. It due In part to the pnsslve resistance would seem that the world has now M. D. Gordon. Mrs. Maggio Soxkin COAL MEN WANT PROHIBITION of the railway men and partly to the como to such n statu as this. Tho Nationnl prohibition would appear acts of all of Shaker llcnd neighborhood and In blow which la responsible for the llev. and Mrs. S. A. Arnold, of Wil to have taken a giant's stride for ing up railway bridges nnd destroy blood und sorrow of the world at this more, look a trip down tho Ken ward last week, when tho National Ing tracks. tlmo would better end nnd Its poster turky River on tho yarhl, Florence. Coal Association, composed of 'lead ity be obliterated from the earth. On their return, they stopped near ing bituminous operators, in a signed 35,000,000 BONDS PREPARED 4. Ahah's repentnnco (vv. Through his humiliation ho gained Brooklyn and tlio party went in statement announced that "nationa respite from Judgment, God allowed bathing. Tho ladies had lifo pre wide prohibition for tho period of Treasury Officials at Washington Con him to go for awhile before he permit servers on, but after n short whilo, the war is absolutely essential." fident Fourth Liberty Loan ted tho Judgment to fnll upon him. A Mrs. Arnold removed hers. While 'The country," continues tho stateWill Break Record. few years later he was slain In tho moving in supposed shallow water, ment, "cannot liavo both liquor and battb) of KamotbGllead (chapter Mrs. Washington, Aug. 20. Tlio trensury Arnold suddenly stepped over Milllcieut coal this winter. Nor can 22:37) feels so sure thu Fourth Liberty loan a leduo into deep water nnd sank tho country keep liquor in tho minII. How to Overcome Evil (ICph will break all records for slzo nnd out of sfght. Mr. Arnold and M. D, ing sections now and havo enough number of subscribers It has ordered 11:18) 1. Hy separation from It (v. 11). The Gordon went to her rescue and ono coal later on." These aro very plain the bureau of engraving to prepare only way to overcome evil Is to refuse of them succeeded in reaching her words and should certainly carrz obout nr,0O0,000 separate bonds, or fellowship with It. to withdraw from n s,0 cnmo un for tho first time, conviction with thoso in authority. 8,500,000 more than for the third lonn, It. Lot, who hnd entered Into fellow wneu aoout .u.fiou.uou iionds were Zion's Herald. but in her frightened struggle, sho ship with tho .Sodomites, wns overtaken d sold. of tho fotrrth loan broke loose and sank again. with disaster; but Abraham, who was bonds nlrendy buve been engraved nnd As she was going down for tho REST AND CHANGE separated from It, wus able to deliver they nre being turned out nt tho rate third lime, .loo Gordon reached be Archbishop Magee, of New York, ot 500.000 n day blin. 2. Hy reproof (v. 11). It Is not nenth tho surfaco after her and sue liter staying nt n Hotel, had an ex enough to merely refrain from prnc reeded in touching her dress and tortionate bill presented to him by CORSICAN WRATH IS STIRRED tlclng No neutral position Is pos fortunately got a grasp on it. Sho his host, who, after receiving paysible. Uiero must bo victory over It; was pulled out almost lifeless and ment, solicitously inquired if Ills New Lusltanla Outrage Arouses PopuIt must bo defeated. Antagonism of II was some timo before sho wns lordship had enjoyed tho chango lation of the Island Women the evil Is necessary. fully revived again. It was a very and rest. "No, I havo had ncithor," and Children Victims. 11. Ily watchfulness (v. 11). eplied tho Archbishop; "tho waiter Living In tho light of Christ Is nec narrow cscapo from drowning. Marseilles, Aug. 20. The entire popessary In order to overcomo evil. De Mrs. Arnold lias n great many had the chango and you've had tho ulation on the t.sluud of Corsica Is ceptlon Is on every hand. friends, who nro delighted to know rest." greatly roused up by tho sinking of I. Hy u circumspect walk (w. 15, sho is uninjured, nsldo from tho the French steamer Halknn, which wns 10). nervous shock nt so harrowing nn torpedoed by n submarine several days I'ltfnlls nro nil nbout us. To walk ago. Scores of women nnd children without looking nbout us Is most fool- experience. Sho Is a daughter of LOVE TRAGEDY wero victims. The torpedoing of the ish, because tho evil ono Is on tho Mrs. Ilellio Gordon, and sister of llnlkiin Is likened to tho sinking of alert, doing bis best to cuuso us to Win. P., M. D., nnd Joo Gordon, all Mlsa Columbia loved her lover tho Lusltnnbi. Tho Halkun was regustumble. of whom wero with her when tho As a sweetheart lady should; larly plying between Corsica and tho B. Hy n sober life (v. IS). accident occurred. He swore by stars above 'er mainland, carrying passengers, who 0. Hy being filled with tho Holy He loved and always would. frequently numbered several hundred. Spirit (v. 18). SIINMrSOIOOL JAPS SPEED DEMONS WILL CONTRIBUTE TO ENTERTAINMENT OF VISITORS Lesson tw & E, m Ill III ...... nnll-Chrisl. 1 "iiitr-riullstn- I IBM II II M m I cxer-clsln- g .) .lnir-band- ). racing, one of the most exciting amusements In the field of sport, will be a big feature of tho sixteenth annual Kentucky State Fair, to be held In Louisville the week of September Saturday afternoon of fair week tho "crack" drivers of the world will tear around the dirt track of the Fair's cel. obrated speedway, and will go after tho greatest records the automobile world boasts at present. From $500 to $1,000 In cash prizes will bo hung up for each ovent. and tho contestants will bo a galaxy of stars selected by Kentucky State Fair Secretary Fount T. Krcmer from tho world's greatest drivers. T) list available Includes Eddie O'Donncll, the world's racing king; Dave Lewis, Pacific coast star on both track and speedway; two of tho famous Chevrolet brothers, first foreigners to compete over the American speed courses; Harney Oldfleld, dirt track veteran of the lot and rated as the "master driver" Automobile of the world, Karl Cooper, of the famous Stutz tcarri; Andy Durke, Georgo Clarke, "Wild Hill" Bndlcott, Louis Dlsbrow, Fred Horoy, present world's track champion; Slg Hnugdahl, Hay Lamkln, Percy Ford, Jules Elllngboo, Leon Durny, Art Klein, Uavo Koetzla, Tom Milton, Al. Strelglo, Olen Ilreed, Cliff Toft, Eddie Hearne, Louis Le Cocq, and a score of others. Automobile, racing, under the guidance of tho International Motor Contest Association, has becomo just as Important a part of every big agricultural fair and exhibition for the development of motors as borso racing has been In the past to encourage the breeding of horses, and the exhibition of motors for farm and agricultural work at the various state and county fairs Is now undergoing the same development working which tho standard-brehorses underwent 20 years ago to develop the working means for high-spee- n k e Packers' Profits Are Regulated The public should understand that the profits of the packers have been limited by the Food Administration since November 1, 1917. For this purpose, the business of Swift & Company is now divided into three classes: others that are essentially animal products. Profits are limited to 9 per cent of the capital employed in these departments, (including surplus and borrowed money), or not to exceed two and a half cents on each dollar of sales. Class 2 includes the soap, glue, fertilizer, and other departments more or less associated with the meat business. Many of these departments are in competition with outside businesses whose profits are not limited. Profits in this class are restricted to 15 per cent of tho capital employed. .Class 1 includes such products as beef, pork, mutton, oleomargarine and ltf-20- Na-bot- counter-revolutionis- ). One-thir- Class 3 includes outside investments, such as those in stock yards, and the operation of packing plants in foreign countries. Profits in this class are not limited. She liked to be called "dearie," And "love," and "tnook," and Of NO BIG AMERICAN LOSSES They would be lovers "pet." "darling" the'd ne'er weary; yet General March Denies Stories of Hugo Casualties Public Geta Reports Promptly. Washington, Aug. 20. Members of tho sennto military committee, wero ussured by General March at their weekly conference thut stories of great unpublished American cnsuultles overseas aro wholly fulso and thnt nil casualties among the eiiK'dltlotfury forces nro given to tho public as promptly ns thu cables cuu transmit them. Regenerated Life. "Well, It's (lis way," ho said. Tlio best personnl workers nro those got who buvo u zeal for others becnuso of "When you's a preacher, you's may tor have a tox' nn' stick right close their own changed lives. There bo argument against somo forms of to It, but If you's only n oxhortor, reasoning nnd ugnlnst various cults Mm kin branch." and "Ism" but there cun bo no argument against a regenerated life Optlmlttlo Thought. "Souiethlug Dolui." Resentment Is temporary, bat for gtvencss Is eternal. day (hoy asked him about it. But She killed him right at table With a well aimed wheatlesa bun, When hla mem'ry slipped Ita cable And he up and called her Total profits for all departments together in 1918 will probably be between three and four per cent on an increased volume of sales. The restrictions absolutely guarantee a reasonable relation between Hve stock prices and wholesale meat prices, because the packer's profit cannot possibly average more than a fraction of a cent per pound of product Since the profits on meat (Class 1) are running only about 2 cents on each dollar of sales, we have to depend on the profits from soap, glue, fertilizer (Class 2, also limited) and other departments, (Class 3) to obtain reasonable earnings on capital. Swift & Company is conducting its business so as to come within these limitations. "hon." Swift & Company, U. S A A. M. Corrlgan. Pago Highl. THE CITIZEN August SO, I0IR. night. They reported a nico llmo. Yfis Marian Kincnld is visiting relatives at this place. Mrs. Snnford Rowland has gone to R'Milli Lebanon, Ohio, for nu extended visit with her son nnd daughter. The canning fnrtorles nt this place an No wrrwpondnwe puliHihfH utilrM lRnl In foil hy the writfr. The nm busy rannlng apples, tomatoes and of M faith. n rrtdmra rit phlnlr la not for puMtratton, nn. Mrs, D. W. Mainous ) tenehiiig nt Booneville. Mrs. I). W. llnrliin Walton mid family, all of Brown is the guel of Mis Llin-M- h MADISON COUNTY Huntington, Indiana, are visiting Hugh Scoville. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Hugh, August 20, Everything in with relnlies and friends at this Kincnld. of a County, spent from till? plnee Is burning up Tor lack place. Ernest Covington will go to Monday until Wednesday, visiting OF of rnin. Wn have not had a shower Hamilton, Ohio, in n few days, to relative at Ibis place. Mrs. Snllie weeks. Rev. J. W. Inin-bo- rt seek employment. The people ol Peters nnd children, of Taylor for thiw llllcd his regular appointment Panola met tho 2Uh to- buy Wnr County, who have been making an Imm. Snlurdnv anil Sunday. M. O. Savings Stamps. Tho dry weather extended visit with her parents, Mr. Airniw and daughter, Gertrude, and still prevails and tho corn, pastures and Mrs. George Mnrtln, returned son, Mantle, left, Snndiiy, for Ilnmil- - anil pinion are most burned up and to their home today. Conkling Itm, 0, to work uwliilo Orcon sloek water is scarce. Arthur Far WE WILL ON Willie Conkling. Aug. Durham and Acie Parks, or King- thing has just returned from make his homo here Quillen is spending a few weeks with Mrs. Hums, of Nebraska t ston, and Mr. and Mrs. Eliza Hoblown, wore Happy Hollow visl again. Uncle Chas Cox wont to her mother-in-la-- County Agent Frye. the tors, Sunday. Whooping cough is Hiplimond, Saturday, on business. Rev. Presnell and SupL A. J. Creech raging Into, now. The wholo school OWSLEY COUNTY spoke at Brookside, Tuesday, August has it, so no one has to miss schodl, Island City all go together. T. I. Click took his 20. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Andurson AT 2 O'CLOCK P.M. ON THE PREMISES Island City, Aug. ID Tho weather went to Richmond, Friday, to see mother, who has boon with him for some time, to his brother's, Sun- is still warm and dry, a good rnin their little grandson, Master Charles day. J. H. Wilson is building a new is much needed. TJie oil men Claude Anderson. Kathleen McCol-lu- m Offer at public auction our farm known as the Reuben Kirby homestead, now belonging to house on his place. Rev. L. W. Van struck gas in the new well nt a is preparing to enter school nt V. S. Wyatt and Dr. P. Cornelius, consisting of 193 acres, less j acres now belonging to Winkle has been holding a revival depth of (500 feet. Stave hauling is Berea the fall term. Mrs. Ruth WilCounty the past week. Van the go nt proseijl. There were prob son, Mises Minnie McCollum and John Fowler, at Berea, Madison County, Ky. This is one of the most desirable hums in the in Knox Winkle and Ornelt are holding a ably 15 or 20 wagons on the road Rose Anderson. " lers J. W. Ander- -' community because of its location. Improvements consist of a good six room frame house last week. There aro services going son, C. M. Burch t'nd David Denton,' revival at Kerby Knob this week. and one of the best large stock barns in the community and all other necessary out buildGeo. Hence made a business trip to on at tho Southern Methodist attended the North District Associn- Church, conducted by the pastor, tion at Liberty church in Estill ings. The place is well watered by wells, springs and ponds. The farm is located on the MoKeo, Monday. the Itev. Geo. Young. They will County. The Lytlle Bros, havo Wallaceton pike adjacent to the town of Berea. In easy walking distance for children goBlue Lick llluo Lick, Aug. 27. Once again probably last a Tveok. A new can- moved their , nw and grist mill , to' . ing to college. Free school and, church within ten minutes walk of the farm. the thirsty earth has been watered ning factory is going up on the roadtt. v. inyiors. .Mrs. ttram i.iyiur The place is susceptible of division and will first be offered in three tracts and then as by a welcome rain which still con- side in the Brewer settlement, near has been on the sick list. Mr. and tinues. All night it played its soft, the old onov Fred Peters has been Mrs. Robert Combs wore called to a whole and the bid accepted which realizes the most money. prolusjvo tune upon the roof, reviv- with home folks and friends the the bedside of the latter's mother, ing hope in the spirit of man and pal week, bnt hns returned. Fred's Mrs. Frank Hacker, Friday. The first tract to be offered consists of about sixty acres with house and all improverefreshing the parched fields and friends were sorry to see him leave ments fronting on a dirt road which is one of the streets to Herea. A number of city lots roplenshing the scant water sup- this time, ns he will sail shortly for ESTILL COUNTY have been sold adjacent to this tract on this road with good substantial citizens living tjiere-oply. It also made favorable con- France. Hubert J. Bowman isnow Iron Mound August 20. Tho ditions for the fox hunters of this at Kinsrs Mills Ohio, having overPart of this tract is now in corn and the rest in tobacco. Iron Mound, locality and availing themselves of sight of a large fnctory at $127.50 drought till continues in this The second tract consistS'of about 100 acres and lies directly on the Wallaceton pike the opportunity, they engaged in n per month. We all miss his neighborhood; corn nnd tobacco ability here as a repairer. crop most oxciting chase on Monday night. are badly damaged. Shm and, about mile from the city limits of Herea. About 20 acres of this tract it in corn, the John Smith and wife visited Sparks has sold his corn and pack of hounds furA in timber. rest nished a free, melodious concert Itobert Smith and son Inst Sunday. crop in Clnrk County nnd is John D. Hay will soon hnvc his getting ready for Army service. to this vicinity for two hours, when The third tract consists of about 54 or 55 acres and lieson the same pike as tract they caught their quarry, a gray new well completed and reports lino The old Baptist Association hold at number two but nearer to town and adjacent to town. This tract is very desirable. The Rev. A. D. Bowman is Liberty Church, Friday, Saturday fo.v, and mutilated its hide so as water. not to bo preserved. The revival a commissioned ofllccr, ready to do ami Sunday, was not so Inrgoly atThis land will be sold bv the acre and above named tracts will be surveved to each at Glades closed Sunday night, with tiie people's business in the capa- tended as of old. The young wifo including city of Notary Public. twenty-foadditions, The old of Jesse Dennis died nt their home, respective purchaser. The whole Is a splendid farm and a desirable home and a good place to make money several of the Blue Lick Sunday-scho- ol lady Gentry, who has been confined the 22nd. of typhoid fever. She was boys. Few people seem to I" bed for some time, bos so im- only sick twelve ilays; the grlef-slriek- and school conditions no better in the state. , realize that the Gospel influence in proved that she gave her neighbor, husbanif ha the sympathy As this land is being sold subject to a master commissioner's lien and to TERMS: a community is the dearest blessing Mrs. John D. Hay, a visit one day of of the entire community. W. F. that God over sent to man. It en- last wook. Virgil McGeorgo, son of Fielder had a very IJjie mulo to die divide a partnership between ourselves, same will be sold for cash. lightens the mind and purifies the Tom McGeorgo, died of flux, Sunday last week. Alva Stephens and wifo Accustomed to celestial morning, at 3:00 o'clock, August 18; and Walter Powell, of Winohostor, heart. meditation for any period, wo aro aged 13 years. We all sympathize visited Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Sparks, aroused to the most refining influ- with iiis father and mother and the latter part of the week, and atences, the greatest depths of affec- family in their great loss. llama tended the old Baptist Association at tion, the most devoted humility, Clay and wife wore the guests of Liberty, Saturday and Sunday. which is only attained by those who John D. Hay, Sunday. Wo return .1. S. Vaughn is on the sick list. sit together with Christ in heavenly our thanks to Tho Citizen for its Benton Fielder, wife and baby havo places. Arch Flanery writes an in- regular coming in our homes and been visiting in this vicinity lately. proud parents of a by. weighing teresting letter while on the trans- its newsy columns. Dr. V. R. Combs has gone to LouisII is name is Leonard 11 pounds. port sailing overseas. Ho particuSturgeon ' ville. Bethuruni. Lulu Sexton left TuesSturgeon, Aug. 19. The farmers larly emphasizes the great work of day for Berea, where sho will be the Y.W.C.A. women on board the of ourxcommunity regret that we aro JACKSON COUNTY employed for awhile. Mrs. V. A. ship, who contribute to the enter- having so much dry weather this Herd 9-1Phillips and family spent the day 4 solmonth. The Royal Oak Sunday-- ! tainment and comfort of the Drv weather still Hnrl ,in with Martha Phillips, Sunday. Leo diers. Also the variety of amuse- school olected a new set of officers! continues Miss Mattio Parker, of! King and family are visiting homo ment and lectures, with music, Sunday. The school has done good Burning Springs, returned homo last folks at Climax, this week. Born to made the trip like one big happy work this spring and summer, and week, after n two weeks' visit witli Mr. and Mrs. Luther Crouclier. a line GRAND SUNDAY PRELIMINARY PROGRAM with the following ofllcers of ex- her sister. Mrs. L. S. McGcorgc, of day. Willio Vi pounds. girl, weighing perience, and spiritual guidance, wo this place. S II. Farmer, of Lex Silver Creek i Jones, Dan Oabbard and Andy Cox World Famad Thavlu's Band of 40 lolsts Silver Creek, Aug. 20. Mrs. J. E. heve reasons to expect even greater ington, paid homo folks a visit last will leave for Middletown, Ohio. Chorus of 300 Voices Superintendent, week. Several from this place at Sunday night; we wish them sucLewis has returned from a week's accomplishments: visit with relatives in Winchester. J. H. Spence; Asst. Supt., Mrs. Mary tended church at Tyner last S'unday. cess and a safe return. Florenco Two Flights by Ruth Law Mrs. I. A. Johnson is very sick Brewer; Secretary, Miss Martha Conley Flanery returned to Lcx- - Phillips left today for Berea. fTtfiOajBO at Robinson Hospital. Filmorc Brewer. May tho good citizens of incton last Monday, after a two 7800.00 Total Premium Conway Neely, John Ncely and Hoy Hatfield our community continually en- weeks' visit at this place. Sam $15,000.00 Beef CattU Show BaddU Horee 8tak 0X36M Conway, August 20. The Rev. Mr. liavo gone to Dayton, Ohio. Mrs. P. deavor to develop our youth inter Davis, who has been at Hamilton for 10,000.00 10000-0- 0 Fatted and Feeding Cattle 6 how Kentucky, preached B. Stephens and daughter, Mrs. A. perfect men and women in a per- - some time, is with relatives at this Rice, of Berea, Saturday P. Davenport, of Lexington, spent Ufect environment. Tho Bethlehem place. Mrs. E. B. Flanery of this at tho Methodist Church AUTO POLO RUTH LAW AUTOMOBILI RACKS night and Sunday, Slevo Wren, of Sunday-scho- ol Friday with Mr. and . Mrs. Wm. rejoices to havo tho place visited her sister at Rich8 port Thriller World' Aerial Queen Crack Driver this place, was called for army serDavis. Misses Hazel and Nina Al- privilge, Sundayto cooperate with mond, from Monday until Thursday De Luxe Hippodrome Show Magnificent Ml day Special R. R. Rate vice, 0110 day last week. Mr. and bright, of Brodhead, have been tho Rev. S. C. Rico in a rousing good of this week. Mrs. Ruby Oadd and little daughter, visiting Miss Grace Johnson, Mr. song service. Tho Rev. S". C. Rice Parrot his end for Catalogue Fount T. Kramer, SeVy spent Sun- will preach at Bethlehem at 9:30, Somo of the from Covington, aro visiting and Mrs. Howard Maupin Parrot, August 20. 604 Republto Building, LouUvllle, Ky. fnther, William Oadd of this place. day with Buster Maupin. Harva on Sunday morning of September 1. corn crons aro looking very sickly. Mrs. Kdna Wood has returned to The family of L. B. Brewer visited owing to so much dry weather. Bratcher, of Waco, and Miss Delia her homo in Dayton. O., after a few Hatfield, of this place, wore married tho homo of M. C. Hughes, Sunday. Dillard Holt has returned homo Mrs. August 15, at iUchmond. Their John S. Pierson 'left hero this from a visit with relntives in Okla weeks visit with her mother, S. B. MbCluro. Luther Cox mado a many friends wish them a long and morning for an extended visit with homa. W. M. Harris had a sheep happy life. Miss Artie Abrams relatives at Hamilton, Ohio, and killed, by dogs, last week. Bert ana business trip to Sloan, Ky., ono day spent Wednesday night with Miss West Point, Ky. The canning fac- I.nev Summers visited at Adam last week. Miss Mary Pointer hns home, after a few days' visit Mabel Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. tories of this vicinity are active. Prico's, Saturday night and Sunday. come witli her sister, Mrs. Jas. Bcltlon, at Claudo Williams spont Sunday with Tho county Sunday-schoConvenForest Johnson visited tno nomo Mrs. G. E. Anderson. Isaao Todd, tion, which will bo held at Pleasant of Mr. nnd Mrs. John Johnson, on Paris, Ky. Born to Mr. and Mrs. BOND ANNV1LLE, KY. weighing of Hockfprd, is visiting J. W. John Grove, next Saturday and Sunday, the nth, nnd is still there. A. B. C. D. Kstridgo a flno boy, pounds. Walter son. will bo well attended, Looks like Oabbard, Charley Oabbard, and lit- twelve and ono half Wren made a business tripvto Richgrand-soPanola everybody from around hero are tle Robert, returned mond nnd Lexington Inst Saturday. Panola, Aug. 20. Claudo Heed is planning to attend tho Teachers' As- from Hamilton, 0 last Saturday. Wildie very ill yith typhoid fever. Born sociation at Hickory Flat, Saturday. Death visited tho homo of Lowis Wildie, Aug. 20. Wo had a littlo I know you want to attend this fair. It is where to Mr. and Mrs. Claudo Heed, a fine Scovllle Cunngin, on tho fourteenth inst, nnd boy. The stork visited the homo Scoville, Aug. 23. Several of tho took from them tiioir youngest shower of rain Ihois afternoon, the mountain folk meet with the people from of Mr. and Mrs. P. T. Edwards on young folks are planning to at child. It was cloven months old. which was a great help, P. L. Nash, other sections of Kentucky foV three days of the night of August 20 and left a tend tho Teachers' Association at Its body wns laid to rest in Pea of Berea', was hero last week, visitpleasure and satisaction. ing friends and rolnlivcs. John and moon-ligilno boy. Sovcral of the boys havo Moores school house, Saturday. Mr. Nile Cemetry.' IM10 to answer Undo Sam's call today- s- and Mrs. Hamp Ross gavo tho young school nt Letter Box has about four Will Coffoy and their sister, Miss New Track, new buildings and Floral Hall John P. Winkler and family and folks a bean stringing last Friday pupils, and is progressing very well. Minta, went last week, to visit their and Attractive Premium List. Excursion from Bud Matthew camo in last Thurs- brother, T. J. CofTcy at Nlcholasvillc. London and East Bernstadt each day of fair. Mrs, It. 11. Lewis and children aro day from Indiana, whero ho Jias Prospects fine for best fair in Kentucky. Come visiting relatives in Tennessee. been at work. to the mountains for a rest and you will never Miss Anna Proctor, of Conway, lias regret attending this fair where Old Fashioned Jesso Procbeen with her brother, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY tor, nnd family for tho last week, hospitality exists. Climax WinGood Light Bread and Biscuit Climax, Aug. 20. Crops aro look- Oeorgo Kctron was hero from chester, Ind, a few days last week. can be made from ing flno in this vicinity. Mrs. J. Sunday and J. R. Dat-so- n WRITE FOR CATALOG B. Richardson, of Berea, is visiting Ho went back accompanied him. Miss Olllo Wilnt Threelinks this wcok. Jason with Mr. and liams was in Climax tho last of tho Jones spont last wcok a busi- Mrs. M. L. Jones nt Paric Miss week. Hardin Mooro mado W. R. Reynolds, Pres. Wm. Dunagan, Sec. Iva Hunt nnd Harry Robinson wero ness trip to Lexington, Saturday, Order a sack from your Grocer and be Convinced Logan Towery, week fi. T.. Kinir moved to Berea. last week. married last walking typhoid fever, is Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Baker aro tho who has (CaUia m ? nt) East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else lt Public Auction Madison County Farm Lands Saturday, September 14, 1918 w. n. nro-foinn- nl -2 well-train- ed co ur en U. S. WYATT & DR. P. CORNELIUS Berea, Kentucky Kentucky State Fair Louisville September SEPTEMBER 8 f ffV JACKSON COUNTY FAIR September 19, 20, 21, 1918 ol n, ht Save Wheat for Our Soldiers POTTS' RYE FLOUR