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BEREA, MADISON COUNTY. KENTUCKY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1018. Citizen ing for war service In many lines. Knowledge is Power and tha way to keep up with modern Knowledge Is to read a good Nowspapor. Vol. XX. Ono Dollar and Fifty Cents Per Year. No. 10. This County is now more prosperous than ever before. Nobody is hungry, and nobody is out of work. And work never brought such good pay as now. The Farmer gets big money for every pig, or chicken, or mule colt. And riches that no man made are being just taken trees that grew of themselves, and treasure hid in To Hasten a Victorious Peace Register Sept. 12 President Wilson to Young Men You and Your County Kaiser's Big Base Captured by French President Wilson, in n letter to Franklin K. Lano, Secretary of tho Interior, urges that our schools bo maintained at tliclr normal elllci-enc- y, despite war conditions. Ho paid In part : "There should be no falling off in the attendance In schools and colleges elementary throughout tho war. This is a matter of the very greatest importance, affecting both our strength In war and our Jiatlonal welfare and efllciency when the war is over. So long as the war continues there will ho constant need of very largo numbers of men nnd women of the highest and most thorough train . After tho war, thero will be urgent need, not only for trained the earth. What shall wc do with this extra money that we are getting? We can pay our debts, and patch the roof, and buy a Liberty Bond, and still there is money leftl This is the chance to invest in education. The first boys and girls that start from this county to get an education will be the men and women to build up every thing good in the county a few years from now. You only need to think ahead a little to see that this is so. There will have to be magistrates, and doctors and teachers and preachers and leaders in all business and industry and social life, and those places will be filled by And it is for you the folks best prepared for them. parents to see to it that your children are prepared. It is more important to have your son know how to run a farm than it is to leave him some land. It is better for your daughter to have an education that she can never lose, than that she have fine dresses and jewelry, that may be stolen, and that will ceftainly wear out and go out of fashion! Think what education may do for this county. There's a way to take the blight of! the peach crop, and a way to stop hog cholera, and a way to stop typhoid fever, and a way to make babies laugh instead of cry; but somebody must go of! to school and learn. They teach all these things at Berea. But the Berea students learn more precious things than these. They make friends with the brightest and best young people from all over the country. They learn how to behave, how to get along with other people, how to sing and to love singing; how to work and to love working. They learn how to use their minds. They study about the country's history and the world's so as to be acquainted with Abraham Lincoln, and John Wesley, and the world's great men is not that a privilege? And they study the secrets of nature the stars, the ground we tread on, the foods we eat, laws of creation they "think God's thoughts after him." What a pity to live in this world and nortakirtime to know about these things! And among that little company that start from your county to Berea next week there may be one or two who will do more than just to improve themselves and benefit their own homes and the county. There may be one or two to whom God will give the chance to make some important discovery, to perform some glorious deed, to speak some noble word, that will benefit the whole county and a good part of the world. leadership in all lines of industrial, commercial, social, and civic life, but for a very high average of intelligence and preparation on the part of all tho people. I npprovo most heartily your plans for nuking, through tho Bureau of Education, a comprehensive campaign for tho support- of tho schools and for tho maintenance of nttondancc upon them, and trust that you may havo tho lion In this work of the American Council of Education." co-op- With the French Armies In the I Fluid, Aug. 30. Noyon was occupied by the troops of General Humbert. General Mnnglu's men crossed tho Olse river nnd took Morllncourt. y The events of tho past week havo Tho French first nrmy took Qnes-ngto the west, of the been entirely favorablo to tho Alwood Just Ounnf ilu Nord. Tlio wood was a lies In tho European wnr. Tho strongly fortified position nnd from It English havo taken Bapaumc, lw the Qermnns endenvored to cheek the French havo captured Noyon, and World News French pursuit. The fnll of Noyon comes as a heavy sectors blow to the Germnns, who were the Americans havo made gains In entrusted to them. Tho famous Uindcnburg lino has been broken in places, nnd Lens, tho koy to tho mining section of France, has been taken. American troops aro bo-iorganized Tnto an army by themselves, and an aggressive movo id expected soon. ng Tardicu, a French official of ability, in summing up tho last threo weeks of tho war, says that thero is no longer danger of taking Paris that the line of communication between Paris and tho seaport cities is assured and tho initiative in action has been secured by tho Allies. All of these are of great importance, coming as they do so near the close of tho year. EH Berea Military Band thought during the early days of the I'lcnrdy offensive to be planning to bold Noyon at the southern pivot of their line which runs northward along the old battle front of 1010. Noyon Is situated on the right bank of the Olse river at the confluence of that stream and the little Hlver Verse. To the south und cast there are large areas of Hat lowlands nlong the Olse, while to the north Is a winding valley. To the southwest Is Mount llenaud and the Lasslgny Massif, which dominate the whole region. To the northeast n range of hills juts out kito the valley. The German Chancellor, Von Hert-lin-g, who aroused much criticism by his unfortunato phrase' that Belgium was considered as a pawn to he used in tho peaco terms, has been succeeded by a new man Dr. Solf, who represents a moro liberal element in Germany. Ho has always favored tho independ ence of Belgium and tho appoint ment is significant of chnnges going on in Germany. The appearance of political pamphlets in Germany Is another sign of a revolutionary spirit that is rising. One of these, in efcrring to the policy of conquest, says that tho Germany people need to conquer their own country from tho rulo of monarchs that are not responsible to them rather than to conquer tho world for rulers who give them but little voice in tho Government. -- Attention, Patriots! to 45 (both Inclusive), except those previously registered, attention! Your country calls! Do not let her call in vain. Whether you were born in America or in some fqreign country; whether you have a large family or are unmarried; whether you work on the farm or in the shops no matter who or what you are, unless you are in service, if you are between these ages you must register on September 12th. If you shirk your duty not only will you be In personal danger of arrest and severe punishment, but your country will be in danger. For as Chief of Staff Peyton C. March says, "The only way that Germany can be whipped is by America going into this war with her whole Men 18 strength!" The first draft obtained almost three million men. Two million SPECIAL WAR DEPARTMENT ANNOUNCEMENT TO COLLEGE MEN, ON PAGE THREE CONTENTS Mossngo from President Wilson to Young Men. Editorial: You and Your County. World News. PAGE 2. Our Mountain Region, PAGE 1. Town Is Ancient. One railroad runs through Noyon. e It comes up the OIso valley from Berea College Drill Hall nnd turning east at Noyon leads to Chauny und La Fere. A canal leads off to the north and termiNO VOLUNTARY ENLISTMENTS BIG nates at Nesle. Two small railroad lines run north and northeast, the Abolished In Navy and in Marine former to Nesle and the latter to Corps for Duration of the Hum. War. more are needed. "With an AmerNoyrn Is n great highway center. ican Army of 4,000,000 men," says One road runs to Itoye, to the northAug. 30. Voluntary Washington. I west; one to Ham to the northeast; General March, " we can go through enlistments In the navy and mnrlne one goes up the Olse valley and anthe German line wherever wo corps linve been abolished for the duother leads down Into Carlepont forplease," ration of the war, Secretary Daniels est, to the southeast. He had nlready suspendannounced. To get the rest of this five milWith the American Army on the Another goes down the Olse to pending the passage of Alsne-Vesl- e lion, all men between the ages ed enlistments Front, Aug. 30. American Noyon Is a very ancient town, r act. The secretary troops continue to battle fiercely with the noted above must register. There being known to the Itomans. Charlemnde It pluln, however, thnt men may the enemy In the Juvlgny region, capking of the are about thirteen millions of these. be Inducted Into naval service at magne wns crowned turing 200 prisoners. Including eight Franks at Noyon In 70S and Hugh But the draft boards will discard thMr nvvn riimKt. fnllmvlni? thptr Capet was elected king there In 037. the unfit, those with large families ' istrntlon under the new act. I'lans to officers. From these prisoners It was learned and those in war industries and permit this procedure are being Hint the nermann linve rushed the It wns the birthplace of John Calvin, born July 10. 1509. leave a gigantic army of deter - worked out. It wns snld, by Secretaries Seventh Prussian division Into the noFrench Five Mile Beyond Somme. mined men who are ready to rid rnnllls nn(1 Baker, together with the tion to Jaegers, who the e announced ent, "" Throughout Wednesday tho French by Amerienn were being sorely pressed the world of the menace of the troops pressed the enemy vigorously. troops. , jhor,,y Huns. They have reached the left bank of Yanks Heavily Engaged. The Government is very busy it All of our gains havo lieen held In the Somme from Cizancourt to east may be days before tho registration IsTess seditious talk since the tin- - face of Imrd counter-attack- s There with of Nesle, a distance of about five can be checked up and it is deter-- , new law was passed, but we must keep the exception of the wlthdniwnl of a miles. Several hundred prisoners mined whether or not YOU have right on listening for those actions small portion of one wing about 100 were taken. registered. Don't wait for this that speak louder than words, From east of Nesle the fighting meters to straighten our line. The Infront follows the course of the Canal "checking up" act as a man fantry advanced behind n heavy Croquet Is reported to bo the most du Nord to Catigny nnd then southshould, and register on September popular game among the French solward to. Noyon Cntlgnyls surround- The attark was mnde at 7 a. m. 12, without further notice. diers on the wnr front. Its restful and the first ohjectlyes (Continued on Ptge Seven) qualities havo at last been vindicated. (Continued on Piga rive) Com-plegn- YANKEES IN BAiTLE NORTH ' OF SOISSONS Com-plegn- e, man-powe- It is repqrled from Moscow, in Russia, that tho Bolshevik leader, Lenine, has been severely injured, by an attempt at assassination. He wns shot in two places, and his recovery is considered doubtful. Tills radical party seems to bo losing its grasp on Russia and has suffered defeat in Siberia at tho hands of tho Allies and tho Czecho-Slovak- s. 4 attempt of tho Russian general, Horvath, to create a dictatorship An ed for himself in Siberia has been by tho Allies. This Is important as showing tho determination to preserve tho forms and spirit of democracy in Russia. Tho Allies aro committed to such a policy, and they aro proving truo to their pledge. .M pro-vent- ( bnr-rag- Wed-ni'sd- Walter II. Page, tho American ambassador to England, has resigned on account of ill health. Bcforo appointment to that important position, he was a noted writer and publisher and a man of considerable means. Ho has filled tho position with credit nt a timo when great care was necessary to prcservo good relations between tjio two countries. No successor has yet been named. Friendly relations with Mexico were threatened during tho week by nn outbreak In Nogalcs, which resulted In tho killing of several Mexicans. President Carranza ut onco sent a special ofllcor to look into tho matter, and a desire seems apparent on his part to avoid n rupture. Tho fault, so far as yet appears, seems to rest with tho Mexicans. Spain and Norway havo both adopted tho policy or seizing an interned German ship whenover ono of their own vessels Is sunk by a submarine. They havo been In thoir enduranco of German destruction in order to co maintain neutrality, but their has been exhausted by continued offenses. long-sufferi- ng Berea's Field. Bercn'a Young Women, An Appoal to Young Men and Women. PAGE 3. Bonui Interesting Camp Letters. Tho G. A. It. National Encampment, A Dig Capture of Whisky and Army Desortcrs. PAGE 4. Loonls and Church News. PAGE. 5. Advertising. Tho Citizen a Mountain Paper. PAGE 0. Farm and Homo Departments. United States Highway Council. PAGE 7. Sunday-schoLesson. A Month at Camp Taylor. Lines from Franeo. Soldiers' Letters. Stato Fair News. PAGE 8. Eastern Kentucky. ol The Government Announces that our young men can do more for their Country by school and drill together than by leaving school Haw ' 'LBIhI 1 an for the camp. PATRIOTS OTHERS WILL MUST REGISTER SEPT 13 Pearson's Hall to ba usad as Barracks this yaar Big Rally of Bright Young Folks, Berea, September 11th ft Tim GTTIii&N September 5, inia Berea's Field The fountain Counties of Eight States I CMntoa R Ruth, r for I t 41 rVnhwtaM , mKHMt II BMI tod 'I .S.x.n ftr Itri.n.l 14 lttlarri.nl Onvnup IMIarlan t Jarkaan IT IP alrniMl- ' i'4 rsn. r.. tl aar RmHh W. 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A Happy Life No pr..l'ei!i ii Ii..ii!iI be chrweii tut" ,ai'" wblett il" n"t pi 111 life. There n f happmet h.i no ii..l num wlii' h ecol that of pleasler.fhnu in the -most desirable lifo af . I.ixl. "" '" ore iiii'i llee eourte, I'unna-- lu forl. the 1111. who I pripaiing uimnelf to U'cli. nia enjoy all that other rullege t ulenU oi rrirnre in tin way of .ilhh'tu'x. mhhI, ami other -. He lia. however, rtilkge other col(his gre.it adxatitm-and men, "fter lege rk. he it pre- lii life. tentml fr.mi lie.- nninu ,,iii,r ii Hil. i'l ' nun n. fi-smi- i 11 ,. ) tr iiii-rei- 'chlw . -- e- e ..! - b upend X Krott M Hhanandoah T7 Mandaraun ' H Mnrran Orartoa 4t Wataal If Jackaon It McDowall l l 17 Macan Madiao a '. Itfkatt Putnam Roaaa Scutt 37 Smyth MWM Taiavall II Wmt MWraaahv 3 Warrrn 40 WaahtoMaa 41 MlteMI Polk Wtaa It !riualchta hn sympathy warm an-- l keel his spirit young. If he is fond of t nue to enjoy sports, he may ''..unseUor nnd them aa the friend of Uioe vh play. Ideals of Serrioe For mu years Uie spirit of American life has been leading us more U an appieeiation of tho great Ulea of social service. Fur many eur we have taught that no man must lixe for himself alone. The nieat war hat enabled us to see tlie meaning of this principl wbieli has been made a part of American lives and has impressed upon the absolute necessity it himm an integral part of each individual' life. Our boys who have gone abroad take an extreme delight In Uie knowledge that they that are serving their fellow-me- n, for they are making it democracy to live 111 the world. When they return, they will ask us "What have you done by way of true service U democracy'.'" You and I will have lo meet and answer that question. No profes ion, perhaps, offers so great an opportunity for service as does that of the teacher. Ho expends the fullneas of his sympathy and richnws of his lifo for his students. He lives with them, for them and in them achieves immortality for himseir. His influence working through tholr livos allects thoir children's lives, nnd his reward is found in better citizenship. This sorvico which ho renders shows 1U effect in n reflex manner; by this companionship ho enrichos nnd brightens his own life. Tho success of his students is his sucto cess also, and In this is no part of his reward. Young man and young woman, search your heart, for out of it come tho issues of lifo. Consider tho profession in which pros-peo- ts are for hotter salaries, greater honor and n large field for Intellectual ability and, heist of all, opportunities for real service. Bcrea Normal School will fit you for college, make it possible- for you to teach nnd earn money to meet your school expenses, and Bcrca College, by its advanced courses lending to tho degrees, will qualify you for tho higher positions within tho profession. e with the hit fniH hi ehw U""n yiiiK and this assoenv-lio- n 42 Wfttw Our Mountain Region Ab"i? is given n mnp of the muuiiluin region of the Soutli with a t. of the counties embraced in tins u.--t central domain. It will be that, with the exception of NVo.t Virginia, the mountains constitute the minor portion of n ntim-h- er tif stales. In West Virginia they constitute practically Uie entiro conimnnwealUi. Tliis mountain from the southern lino of 1'unnsylvania to the iron hills- - of Birmingham, has a groat variety of sorvico, but thoro arc some charac-loristi- ca which all mountains sharo in common. First of all, thoy aro inhabited by a puro Amorican population. Thoro aro fewer pcoplo of foreign birth than in any other part of tho enaro tire country. The Mountainc-ordescended from tho early settlers English, Irish, and of America Scotch-Iris- h. There are, today, more descendants of Revolutionary solro diers in tho mountains than else. In tho second place, tho mountain region is everywhere a country hard to travel through. In this way its people have been shut off from communication from tho great world outside, and they havo changed less than pcoplo in any other place. Until very recently they havo had no railroads, and tho timo of railroads they wero without canals and rivers which promoted travel elsewhere. Tho result has been that they have continued to live, think, and speak as tho pcoplo did at tho timo of tho Revolutionary War. At the timo of tho Revolution, everybody was opposed to slavery. Later, when tho invention of tho cotton gin mado slavery profitable, tho Southern states got to favor tho institution, but tho pcoplo of tho mountains wero not interested in cotton raising, had but little communication with their neighbors of tho lowland, and never shared in this chango of sentiment. Tho result was that for tho most part thoy stood by tho Union. Thoy held Kentucky in tho Union, and mado West Virginia secede from tho secession. Thoro aro mountain men drawing pensions for scrvica in tho Union Army, as far South as Georgia and Alabama. So wo sco tho mountain region contains a peoplo who havo been disadvantaged, and who havo not fully shared in tho progress of modern times, whilo at tho samn time, they aro unspoiled, unweak- encd, and nncorruptcd by many modern evils. Now Boroa Collego has undertaken, in a largo way, to provido for tho educational needs of this vast territory. Tho mountain boys and girls And it difficult to get on nt schools outsido tho mountain region. Tho oxpensos arc great, and tho ways of tho peoplo too strange, but at Boroa, whoro n majority aro from tho mountains, anil where 6pcoial attention is given to tho needs of tho mountain region, thoy fool nt homo, and mako most rapid progress. First of all, Boroa is a college. li-m-tere-gii- 'ii, s any-whebe-fo- ro 'JAMC5 one muil iiALL-CADC- hae completed a four year Academy course. In the College itaelf may work for the degree of Bufhelor of Arts or Bachelor of science, according to the studios elected, or one mny take a three year course for the degree of Bachelor of Philosophy or a two year course for Uie degree of Bachelor of Pedagogy, or Bnohelor of Letters. There is u Carnegie Library of over 30,000 volumes, anil n full laboratory and other equipmont. Best of d, all, a Faculty of able, Miss tonchors. and sympathetic Mary 15. Welch, Dean of Collego Women, is n graduato of Wellosloy. Dr. Robertson, Professor of History, ia one of the first authorities of all the history of tho Southern states, and so on of the rest. Dr. Weidlor is just leaving the Prosidoncy of Frcnchburg to tako chargo of tho Latin, and Dr. Raymond is leaving a ?o,000 pastorate in New York to accept a 2,000 position in Bcrca. Next comes tho Normal Department. This was long famous a3 tho only normal school containing a majority of young men students. , Its Dean, Cloyd N. McAllister, was formerly an instructor at Yale. It is foremost in adaptation to rural work. (President Frost calls the It has a mountains "super-rural"- ). splendid opportunity for practlco leaching in a special building, where its students givo actual instructions to young children, under supervision, and lias two model schools in the mountains near by. Tho Vocational Department is n group of schools by Itself. Thcro is Mountain Agriculture, Homo Science, Nursing, (a new $50,000 Hospital, and freo caro for students when ill) Woodwork, Printing, Masonry, and Commercial branches. Then comes tho Academy which takes students who havo finished tho common brandies, nnd offers two courses: ono of four years, which prepares tho student to en-t- or College, and a shorter course of two years, which is for thoso who aro not expecting to go on to College, but need immediate preparation for their lifo work. Thcro aro many mountain families who aro beyond tho reach of any High School, but thoy can send their sons and daughters to tho Bcrca Academy. Tho Foundation School is a Borea invention. Thoro aro many young peoplo In tho mountains, who In somo way havo missed tholr early advantages, and though moro than llftcon years of age, aro still In tho common branches. It is difficult for such peoplo to go in with younger ohildron, and catch up, but In Borea Foundation School thoy aro classed with others liko them-solve- s, In many nnd treated ways liko Collego students. Thoy got a groat deal moro out of tho common branohos, and moro quickly complolo them. But tho groat difficulty for n mountain family in Bonding children to sohool Is tho expense, and hero Boroa has mado Its utmost endcav- woll-trainoPli-D- To enter Beroa College 9AOTCCMICtAWMntm om doraitory . w i collcge aw fr tat at I R WBT 'J noile .... -r JAMT.S II At,!. New Wumca'a Dormitory now being completed. Berea's Young Women When parents send their girls nway from home, thoy wish to know how they are going to livo at tho school which they attend. Be-rlias taken great pains to provido tho very best homes for its young women students. Tho girls of each of tho flvo departments havo a building, or headquarters of their own, and aro in charge of ono special woman teacher, called tho Dean of Women of her department. Tho building pictured abovc James Hall is just finished, and will bo occupied by Academy girls, for the first time, this fall. It is quilo liko "Ladies Hall," occupied by tho Collego and Normal girls, Talcott Hall, occupied by tho Foundation girls, and Kentucky Hall, which is tho headquarters of tho ea Vocational girls. James Hall, being tho latest, is probably, at this time, tho best building for young women to bo found anywhere in tho South. On each floor somo thirty girls havo their homo with the teacher in charge, who will bo their "big sister." They havo their own lavatory, bath room and family parlor. F.ach room is designed for two girls. They havo a bureau, which they sharo together, but each girl has her own closet, study tablo and cot oed. Thcro is a spaco for storing trunks in tho attic, and in tho basement Is a largo assembly room. Tho whole building looks out on a beautiful mountain view, toward tho cast, south, and west. It Is only 150 yards from tho Dining Hall, whero tho Academy boys and girls tako thoir moals together. Corlain ly the young women who havo their homo in James Hall ought to bo happy and do splendid work in tholr studies and industries. This building, liko others in Bo rea, is doubly precious, hecauso it commemorates a distinguished donor. Mr. D. Willis Jamos was, a few yoars ago, ono of tho ten leading or business a dozen Ho was men of America. horn in England, and converted by the preaching of tho American evangelist, Charles 0. Finney. Ho and his wifo made tho acquaintance of President Frost; and after Mr. James" death, his wifo took great happiness and satisfaction in giving tho money for this dormitory to .Mrs. Frost. YOUNG MEN, YOUNG WOMEN SHOW YOUR PATRIOTISM incon-sidera- - ors to sccuro good living at lowest costs. Tho instruction is a freo gift, whilo most . institutions dorivo a largo incomo from student fees. Students simply pay an "inciden-ti- al feo" of live or soven dollars, which goes for heating, repairing, and janitor work of tho school room. Tho students' rooms aro all furnished with chairs, tabled and bedding; and tho Collego gets no incomo from its beautiful buildings. It simply charges enough room rent to meet tho cost of Janitors, repairs, fuel, lights, and tho washing of tho bedding. This is usually fifty cents a week for eaoh student, during tho Fall and Spring Terms, and sixty cents a wgck in tho Winter. great cellars and storehouses, so as to buy at wholesale rates; then it put in an Ico Plant of its own, then n Bakery, then a Cannery, nnd then a great Dairy Barn so that the Boarding Halls would havo plenty of milk. So it will bo seen that tho mountain boy was Justified who exclaimed, "Why it's cheaper than slaying at homo." Already many of tho students aro doing important services for tho Government, nnd for tho Stato Department of Agriculture, and for public school tliruout tho mountain region, whilo others aro leaders in business, church work, and general improvements In their homo counties. A great army of our older students aro already in tho trenches. Tho Government is moro anxious just now to havo educated men, and men fit for officers than to havo moro soldiers In tho ranks, and so will send n drill master to Boroa to givo military Instructions to tho young men students, as explained in another column. Boron and its backers boliovo'iu tho mountain region, and expect it lo bo a storehouso of national vigor something liko what Scotland Is lo Groat Brltan, and Switzerland to Kuropo. Hurrah for tho mountains! It is tho samo with board. Each department has its own dining room, whero tho students and somo of tho teachers tako their meals most pleasantly together. Tho Collego employs a Purchasing Agent, who gives his timo to buying food in carload hits, and planning to mako tho oxpensos of tho students as low as possible Tho prlco of board had not been raised for moro than twenty years whon tho war eamo, and oven now it has been raised vary little. Tho Institution scoured gifls so it could provido Think of being nblo to translato cue's hours in an olllco or factory into tho sinking of n German submarine I That's what wo do when wo put our earnings Into Liberty Bonds. It's greater magio than that of tho old alchomists. Your town probably has n placo in tho casualty list before this. What aro you going to do about It? How much does It .mean to tho community? How much aro you going to put up to mako tho Kaiser's The Material Rewards This Is not by any means tho chief forces pay for It? motivo for tho choico of a profession; yet, it is right for you to givo Kmporor Charles is reported to careful attention lo tho financial have gone to tho Berlin conforenco rewards. It is important, therefore, for tho sake of getting a square deal. that you noto that leaching is a We're lending our monoy to buy profession that is becoming moro square molds for our men for tho atlractlvo year by year. Thoro Is sake of their gotling to Berlin. an increasing demand for woll trained men and women of tho highQamet of Chance. est typo, consequently salaries aro Lots of women who think It Is terbettor and tho indications are thai rible to camlilo will buy cuntuloupe thoy will bo bottor still in tho near and see no hurm ill It. Cincliiuutl Preparation for tho work Knipilror. future. counts toward salary In tho teachPATRIOTS WILL REGISTER ing profession, as well as In every OTHERS MUST SEPT 12 over-crowd- ed by your choico of your lifo work. Here is a thot to help you mako a choice: Of tho moro than 300 call ings men may follow, tho ono that shows tho brightest promlso for an ambitious person is tho profession of teaching. Becauso of tho painful disappointments suffered by so many young peoplo who rush into tho professions, it Is worth whilo that' you givo serious consideration to this increasingly allraetlvo field of work. What aro somo of tho good points commend ing this form of world's work. Study Over tli2 Question of Education; Is It Not Worth Any Cost and Any Exertion? O S pl 'inbcr 5, HUH. T7IH CITIZRN NO TOBAOCO Hi. "i l.i knows Bona ..ii.' ..f ik schools w ni'-l- i XX I Pnte Tliroo ' III Ir THE NATIONAL 0 A. R. AO I." III it i ",'ollerl HITiS for the ENCAMPMENT I'M, if Owing I' Mi,' iMi!rnll"ll llili By Prof. L. V. Dodgs life. week of other ins :inl it Willing Ir.ini the pleasant home, I'erhaps I may be .m ii i,f Miarco inn. iii4 i' ii." to ninth r, we n'v oh! nnd to of Mr. and Mr. A. L. Hull ("Pet", .iy that in the ronx.",te 'll .lents. ' the onut Ihl of A. R, in session l..i ' n. here is a reason! Sayers at Arlington, Oregon, I s. our .serial Ht"iy. Wo pii mii'P t li, Hill IV pl olm e, ll'l, a little latel "I '"'!'.' Ht II . H' oris I'l ,id.-I'll repaid f'r this1 will !)' i' f lit d pl.l H the .NationHio voiii.' .e omission iy i'itilinir nil tho news l at It. ' l.nci.ini'iheiit, i nia.i ' I 'l I" '.' ,s I' ..i ''fill iai n - al ('. A. vh,rh ami special ' r .ill III.' Oregon. Thoimh I had al .'. Ill I'oitla lle .',,.. in i,' ll in ;,i In our columns tin week. - Will li. IX ' lll.'.l II till tended lhee prcal Kalliern trt xilh-"i- it oil e .1 . the Ilix it il i, .1, t,i of Txx o. II or iii xi an exception, for the pa-i- t four'I l.t ENLIST AND GO TO COLLEGE" (if tobacco teen v'iip, f lli'llld no iH' e r- ll I'. III' :n .T kill in rin.' an ii.lcnin th.' l"'l (.. In mi, Chairman "! Mi'. NV. I ,. I. e ,, , III o lake Hie ;, .lly, fioin lirst to lat. of V I'T !' .1 ll tin' K.hicnl mn.ii Committee of the In II t .' Hi - x. ar, hail nn ii '! .;ni. f, Iii Hi It lliir.l nf Hi. 'in oy that tob...-.'uf heh-n.e- , wniiv h Mute tmiiiM-ihe the ..iu"' 114. x, lie ued will). ml inotit.ii ,ite ..: ,, i'i nl a tn.l" b", . 'il. lie l.n, , lollows: ' p .llll,l)e.ll Wll III', I" 'I Wis III . nn. I. ii in fo f. unit. 'i balance the ploa-- l II" Tli. Mil" I'.'vrs Hill bus now .it"l x, it to he l. ,t li'.i'x only allow 'd to hear my .t"i,l,ix, the ith 't thi .i, i : us- - aiul includes I,, lx a- ef eni ii s luixe ii"t for a inoiiii'llt d 'nbte.l Ilia' i. ".I in (srent in. dn ati'.n by nu n lie-p'a .! "i. it w lit i ii th" uki' nil bojs ,iil m-In xxe were in tb" ',, tif i1lll, a x. il " OlIlllllH . e u i. ules aii.l ..i .1 l.xentv live year- of iK''! V "l. m itmg t" U l.i i5. t ','Mnit it. Won',! II, e ept' inl)"!- n miner of "Good n the iii the 'lis. nixl al - I , .. l.Tit'.i-kn? mill (lie or III .".','1 o, IIMSI '!. OU all Millie Hralt'i.'' edited by John ll nxey I'l.d .' r. ii" upon thorn the benefits of thr Ml,.. Kello.-g- , Ii n) each of Hi M !.. U..H.. head of the .I foui'tx f,U I' t'lotic beiiea comvekckl school We iii'nK Armv Training Com. i;i.vl-'He mn! in ,,' d In n l.oi'n I'.ll tliienls. ( liter hn'.-niii."i- - .iii.l;u'i mi nt H.' pecially I'mphntim the follow mir: i'.achej Port-"- !i "I'ttee I I). l,e ai Mi- -. na xxe lin.I lb" follow mi; iirli.ie: Seed t.,r jorPICE TRAI.MINu -- BOOKKEEPING I1..11IJ ulM.I I PART IN THE ILLITBEREAS ll..8 iin.l. r An Asidnous Dri'g of Friday, to me was u Iru ted the ii'li.l in Hie at', il. ..f TYPEWRITING, ETC. ERACY FIGHT for nlilitm x drill! hue ami in''-!. Dr. samuii H. Inton, the l.ile Com-- I Ai.xut li'th. Al Hi moment of our ini.il r mill. if se ,i ' i The i.mxi-nl ii. By Everett Dix Is aii ii my of .. Hoy-A. '1'. in Hi.' J. n.x-.- .I of Health of arrixnl b. y.in thai i'!s nf consid- - i. Hon whose sulis met. wii" nil).-.- ' ki r t ami rks ml woi in Hi" IniiiM utt'Miit rnllegn and n il. e. f (I,,. s,.,.jn l at the one of the ablest public lo'llUi a is in the light usninst atb t i s which cive fe 'iitiniial lime. .Ii.iii lhInk.- - iml't.irv drill in the S A. 1' racy. In the int"iisi e campaign flcuiK this country lias ex., pro- i'' tlaml the Ihst place in our grate. This opporlunily for sep- -j enh-t.'- d ' .11 lllll'llt, September 11. III I. Bus nxei- Irt, itml xxli .li li.'Kiiu Jiilv Hie tirst, llerea duced, wai a greul heallb leacior. Hi memories of the various Kn- -, more fullx- eoiivinceil me that - A. T. C, may receive pay. work.T- - hae lendered valiant Automobiles was in line of duty, in attending He xu not only thoroiiclily m- -i ,1'iipmeut citie. If you are alri'iuly 21 and have Il.'ii u set an example to her formed, hut possessed thccoin aw of marked "G. A. It. Special' were the Kncaininnent. On the xxln.le I iM.ter. d. nnd not in ii'" already it n jely in evnlence at, the R. It. sta. am thankful that last year I was inslihilioii!" hy supplement- -i his cotixirtion, and did net hesitate '"i should go lo col-l'live kiT ).', for any of her workers who to denounce a thine he knew to b "te, ii. In one of them u Son of Vet- -. so nohow led to chane my am! euli-- t in the K A. I". C. xxoiil.l lake up the work of county evil, no matter how strongly it r.m .speeded us to "Liberty Temp- at. the last minute and thus he tho instructions uxen ll nnlitiirv iliil. iaiy agent, the modest stipend might he backed by political or II- - le. ' where un ample force of smil- - deciding factor in bringing tin- En- -I fi. c imifoi in". hats, overcoats, nnd impnient to Portland, winch won paid by the State. It was late when nancial interests. in- - ladies were helping visitors to hh.ic fm ip"!!.'.! free. fur service was Dr. Ihvm was no friend to to- - Mn. homes. We xx ere quickly this opportunity fiom Atlantic City by n vote of :!27 co- I 'l xxnte at oiirc l the IroiiKht before llerea worker and bacc, hut denounced il as a poison for that night and taken in I . :ti(. lege .m 'Mi'i t I.. attnd. loll ttwni I will not iin.l'Ttake to enlarge most of them had made their plana, in no gentle terms. Wo quote the a machine to the home designated, ..f your lnl"iitiou t' enter college. lor the summer. Four of them following paragraphs from the ureat tor the ent'ie week following we upon Mrs. Pudge's experiences in 'mi. I to enlist in lli' M. A. T. fiN. May for sanitarian's able pen, who "though enioyed without cot the hnspilall-t- x connection with the National C.n- uiisxii..d the call--ll is Hi.- - pats ."tii- 'luty of tvery BaaMMttiMiaflBKpfcfBaallW .).ij.oiim County, Howard Whitaker dead, t speaketh," enlion of the W, man's Relief Corps. of a line home to which we were . ...v who can t" g" t" college. I,, "The spirit which hovered about sent bv Mr. Leon I'. tors, a charm - s a pnt nali.'iial oflle.-- she had ll.ulaii, Leiia June liairis for r. uler, l.tta L. Moore for Hock-- 1 the red man's council fires, floating g lady who almost gave day and 'special privileges. As an aide on t.isile. It is gratifying to state tllut, upward in the smoke of the peace n tit to the work nf providing for (tho staff of th retiring National IMPORTANT WAR DEPARTMENT agents in tho field, pipe, seems to have charmed all Hie comfort of the comrades and President, she had duties con ANNOUNCEMENT of the sixty-fou- p 1XPLANATORY nil.-i'e.l !.H i , i )rtnnt r i 1 xxe.-k.- i I J 1 . , li'i i . .i- ' I' I X . . I I . , i - -- i t , 11 l i I t , I ' in-t- I i 1 I I i - - , , b"s uf i I I iv"' . . - , i ,n-rn- , -- ! i iii-m- i . i i mis-ioni- -r . ;u-- i -- . ll.. il-l- . I per-.'iia- lli-s- (.,,m-imtte- i I x I scr-vii- 'e. i. K - i ic - y-- i r , (iiiiMi"ii"iit will pay !i..irl ami tuilioii for Minl'-n- ' soldiers who enlist in II"!-- ' ;) College unit of the Students' Army Training ( .rp, anl will furm-d- i c.pnpm'-nan. I calary f lhi private to each nieiiiher. This is the most impor-taannouncement to young me'i that han cmie from Waliinvton. Any man shove 18 year of aye within College should lake re.ieli of a.lvnntntre of till" supreme oppor-tunitI'lie opportunity of trotting an oilueatioi) ami veiling pay for it at the damp time has never boon ofTere.1 by anylo.ly befni. School Iteinn. in Ilerea. Sept. lith, nn.l uli voiitiR men who ro elidible for the Student Army Training Corps who cannot come during the opening days should come within tho first week of chol. All particulars will ) given to anyone who will write to Secretary XIaraliall li. Vaughn, lterwi, Ky. Th room-rou- t, t nl THE CABINET ORGAN is the musical instrument lb. h'.ine and tin hunli. It blend, wdh the voir.-- , it is easily carried over the worst roads, it does nol get out of tune, and it does not t a fortune lo buy one. Every young woman who spends lime as a slu.lenl in Heron should take lessons on the organ. The cost of lessons and use of an iuslriimonl for practice, an hour a dny, is only Ibis x. 1.55 A MESSAGE August 31, 1018. Tho Citizen. Heron, Ky. Dear Friends : I b(,1 so very lono-sofor tho nows from my old Alma Mater and from Kentucky Uml I ingst say that Tho Citizen is tho very greatest pleasure that comes to nio during tho wook. This season of tho year brings lo my mind nnd hoort n dosiro to mako my way back to tho old college halls whoro I spent so many years with profit and pleasure. Hut ns much as I would like to go I feel that it is Iho duty of every pure blooded young man of America today to bo in tho service. Hy this I mean tho direct sorvico of helping "win tho war. I havo been horo thirteen months, and I have seen this plnco changed from a wilderness lo ono of tho host camiis in Iho South. Since I camo hnro I havo seen 00,000 men, or two divisions, trained and soul "over there." nnd now tho third division is nlmnst romplcled and ready to begin trnining. Our ten well equipped Y.M.G.A buildings and sixty secretaries havo had no small task in ministering to Iho social, educational and spiritual welfare of tho men who hnvn left hero, nnd are now helping drivo tho Huns from Franco. And later they wilt help drivo them from tho fare of Clod's green earth. Wo are all going to do everything in our power wo aro going to win this war. Wo havo tho as'suranco In tho Psalm 39:10-1Johovah sat as King at tho Flood; Yea. Jehovah sltlcth as King for ever. Jehovah will give strength unto his noonlo: Jehovah will bless his pcoplo with peaco. 1. TROM CAMP SEVIER Camp Sevier, S. C "IN THE TRAIL OF THE TENT" Somo Appreciative Resolutions Since it has been our privilege lo havo in our communily the Heron College Institute, bo it resolved: I. That wo. the citizens of Co-- hulta (Georgia) and vicinity, send members, back to' thru tho College Hint soul llicm out, our hearty approval of their groat and benellcont work, with the hope thoy will keep it up from year lo year. 2. That wo npprcoiato in heartiest terms tho individual work of each member of the Inslituto party, with a fooling wo havo received inspiration and lasting good from thoir words and deeds whilo with us. 3. That it has boon more than a to enter-- j duty a real privilege lain eacli or them tn our homes, nnu feel a regret that thoy soon nro to bo gono out from us, but wo hopo not for good. I. That wo aro so well pleased with Iho work wo cordially invito them to return from year lo year. li. That we. tho children, want lo thank the Piny Lady, and all tho others that havo contributed so much to our learning and Joy. fl. And. that wo heartily com- mend these good peoplo lo any community and bid them fiod's speed with our wishes fir tho richest blessings upon their great work. V. K. NanU. For Citizens Committee GERMAN BONDAGE OR AMERICAN LIBERTY! will deAmerica's cide tho question. If you are between 18 and 15, both inclusivo, nnd havo mfl already registered, your country expects you to register on Soptomlior 12. Hy registering you will do your part to organizo America's forces. man-power America has faith that her sons will como forward as ono man and stand ready to do thoir share in tho great strugglo for Liberty. en Lot us work and pray until tho America expects F.VKRY man finish. tho ages of 18 and 45, both truly. Yours inclusivo, who has not already regJ. Harl Tato istered, to register on Sept. 12. Army Y.M.O.A. No. 81, Loyal Amoricans will not only comCamp Sevier, S. G. ply but will mako it a point to sco in his that others do likewise Kveryono with appreciation ro)i1 will take four bonds this tlmo; Four weeks more for tho Fourth ono for our Army, ono for tho Navy, to savo n half billion dolfor Iho Marines, nnd ono for District ono lars or more. our Allies. these four are among the best. mankind. The use of tobacco in one Mr. May has fairly set Magoffin form or another has become world- lire, hvery district in the coun-- 1 wide in three centuries and half of, lv has its moonlight schools. Thero lime. pite, almost universal Indul- -, "l are nthty, -- live. People are report- ed as following him from place to genre, and the praies that have place seeking help and inspiration been sung of the soothing effect of f,ir work of sweeninir out illit- - tobacco science condemns it, and crncy. Hankers, merchants, county offers an imposing array of experi- otlivinls, farmers, teachers, the inenls lo prove the il) offectg which County is stirred lo its depths are1 follow its use. outdoing each other in working for "Tobacco is a drug which contains. powerful poisons. IU charm lies In the success of the campaign. report in all to mo," its drug offeoU. If it has any bene Th0 writes Mr. May "is that Iho County, flcial qualities, they are nol dis- whether in moonlight schools orleoverable lo tho scientific inves- not, i learning to read and wrile.! ligator. On the other hand, there Everybody is trying. I am grati- - are certain decided effects lending deterioration, which fled. The calls are greater than can to physical he mot. Will do all I can. I hope, are readily recognizable. It is a to be remombored ns tho Moonlight ' heart doprossont, and experiments Man the man who started old Ma-- 1 on animals havo indicated a lo thinking and started bordency to produco hardening of Jho to action." arteries. Some of the foremost au- Miss Lolia Jano Harris found in, thorities have made clinical obsor-Carta county that had previously vatinns which suggest that tho use discouraged moonlight school prop of tobacco has similar offects on aganda. Thoy had failed to undor- - man. stand tho possibilities of tho work "As is genorally Iho case in the uso and the teachers hnd onco voted to of drugs, there is a tendency lo havo no moonlight schools. Miss increasing indulgence. Those with Harris succeeded in presenting it to experience in athletics aro familiar rs their minds in a now light. Seventy with tho fact that tho uso or volunteered lo leach moon- -' co results in interference with the light schools. Reports from our breathing, by depressing tho heart field ngout who visited tho county, action. There aro other affections and from othor visitors from out in' common lo smokers, the State give Miss Harris tho great-- 1 "To summarize briefly, tho roost credit and pay her tho highest suits or all scientific investigations I am confident seem to provo conclusively that tho of compliments. thai final reports from Carter will use of tobacco is distinctly harmful confirm in actual figures tho im- - to tho majority or men.' portanco of tho work Miss Harris U. S. MARINE WRITES has dono there. Miss Elta Moore is ono of tho Tew Mr. Alvin Glasscock county agents i personally visited Dear old schoolmate: in tho field during tho campaign. I havo limo to drop you a few Sho had been working so quietly lines Litis p.m. I havo been wonder- nnd so unobtrusively that wo were ing where you wero and what you not fully satisfied that tho work wero doing. was going forward in Ilockcnstlo as Say, old boy, wish you were over we had hoped. Our fears wero dis- hero lo go over tho top with mo. pelled. Tho county was found lo bo It sure is nice work all right (ha, superintendents, hal). Wo sure havo been making it well organized, teaohers, county officials and pub hot for old Hoino. I Happened lie spirited citizens to a little hard luck and got a Hun with Miss Mooro in tho most picas- - machine gun bullet thru tho back ing manner. Thero was a quiet of my neck, but it didn't amount business-lik- e air about things that to much. I am in tho hospital at present, but will get out shortly. foretold success. Mr. Howard Whilaker is doing I find that Franco is a beautiful great work in Harlan County. Har- country that is, whoro it hasn't lan is picturesque Whilaker is been marked by this war. I havo doing a picturesque work there. His been in several of tho largo cities. reports appearing in tho Moon- Paris was tho most interesting of lighter, our liltlo paper, havo been them all. I saw tho Eiffel tower, full of interesting things. Ho mar- which is supposed to bo tho highest ried slnco going lo Harlan. His in tho world, Joan of Aro's monuwork has dono credit both lo Herea ment, and a lot of interesting things. ami tho Illiteracy Commission. Well, old top, I am going to exAs tho Herea workers leave their pect n long letter from you, soon. respeclivo fields and como back to Give all my best wishes Iho work that is regularly theirs I remain as over, your friend, James C. Maggard it is gratifying to know that thoy havo performed an extra service With Co, Cth Reg., 2nd Div, U.S.M.C, Marines' mail. and havo had a part in ono more A E. F., France history-makin- g campaign. It rained this week. Moro crops; If Germany calls this last battle more money; moro Liberty Bonds; "a German victory," sho'll probably earlier victory. hang out tho flags and toot her whistles when sho gets our Liberty Tho hour of getting ready is as Loan returns. Thoy'ro going to bo important and as busy as tho motho samo sort of thing as Foch has ment of going over tho top. Same just put over. hero. ten-gol- lln er tobac-leaoho- j;-i- r families. She professed to nected with the crowded reception jn us jhst what would be agree-o- n given hy the Y. 11. C. in honor of ..ftp to a dear friend of hers Who tho Commander in Chief. She also xxnnled thus to compliment two seconded the nomination of tho jjuests, a veteran and his wife. The successful candidate for flip Presones w ho thus Weame our host and idency of (lie W. II. C. Mr. EtUfl bosless wero Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Brown Daggett, of Massachusetts. having an elegant A few words may bo added, with Hull. Hesides room and our breakfast, we wero made the recipients of many other substantial and dolicnle attentions whieh have given thorn a place in nr hearts. PATRIOTS OTHERS WILL MUST REGISTER SEPT 12 Iho various I cannot enumeralo ways iii which tho people of tho delightful city of Portlnnd showed their appreciation of tho old sol- ,ners. Time and again, in daytimo I wero mi jghl, Mrs. Dodgo andconvoyed (akUn into automobiles and to public gatherings, to points of scenic interest, or upon long pleasure rides. After attending, on Sun-dn- y, an inspiring religious sorvico at tho First Prosbylorian Church, wo wore taken by our host, in his luxurious cor, fifty milos on tho perfectly smooth Columbian Highway, to tho "Cascado Locks." The whole trip, going and returning, furnished vision of beauty. ono Wo had tho entrancing rivery scenery, the broad view from tho "Vista House," a thousand feet above the river, and tho oxquisite Multnomah, Bridal-vei- l, Horse-tai- l, and other falls tumbling down from precipitous cliffs. Hut I must como hack to tho acts of kindness by pcoplo of Portland. Ono could hardly stop for a moment, or oven slacken his pace, without being asked if ho wanted lo bo shown somewhere. Re peatedly I was stopped on the sido-wa- lk to havo a flower pinned to my coat. Often, in descending stairs, somo kindly hand seized my arm to assure my reaching tho foot in safety. Whilo thus enjoying grateful favors, thero was tho constant satisfaction of knowing that "it ia moro blessed to give than to ro ceivo," and therefore that wo wero passivo agents in kindling brighter llros of patriotism in tho hearts of our bcneraolors. Two nights, during tho Encamp ment week, monster campflrcs wero held in tho great auditorium. Bo sides tho thousands inside, other thousands, unable to securo admis slon, wero addressed rrom tho audilorium steps. Ideal weather blossed For tho masses us throughout. in general, tho parade day was tho great ono of tho week. Of course tho number or veterans in lino was loss than on liko occasions years ago and in moro densely populated parts of tho country; but still tho column occupied more than an hour and a half in passing a given point. It seemed to us, as wo marched along, that tho whole city and surrounding country must havo turned out ror tho occasion. It was ono great school ol patriotism, each pu pil or tho tens or thousands making unexampled progress bocauso ol tho impressive object lesson. It Is dif ficult to deoldo as to which had thoir hearts tho moro warmed and inspired, tho grizzled soldiers in the ranks or tho enthuslastlo masses of beholders. If all tho appreciative cheers, as well as tho smilos and Livo nnd loan. If you don't loan, other tokens of sonsiblllty, could bo mado indoliblo in my memory, thero wo may none of us livo long. long-continu- ed references to events subsequent to the EneampmenL On Sunday wo camo lo Camp Lewis, noar Tacoma. where wo had the honor nnd pleas ure of being shown over tho largo camp, in the official car of the Red Cross Superintendent, Between ton and 11 p.m., wo reached this won der city ol threo hundred and fifty thousand peoplo, whoso first houso was built when I was fourteen years old. Now wo aro having tho great delight of n two or three days' visit at tho homo or Jennio Hanson, now Mrs. Calvin L. Jonas, where we havo received a cordial welcome, seldom paralleled in all tho happy experi ences or tho past. LoVant Dodgo A BIG CAPTURE Of Moonshiners, Whisky, and Army Deserters Under dale o! August 30, an Asso ciated Press dispatch Ironi Wash ington gives tho following particulars of an intensivo round-u- p of illicit whisky distillers just com pleted in Southern districts. Under tho direction of Internal Rcvcnuo Commissioner Daniel C. Roper, tho activities of tho agents resulted in tho seizure of 480 stills, arrest of 200 moonshiners, killing of (lvo outlaws and two sheriffs, and tho wounding of several Government men and liquor makers. Moro than 30,000 gallons of palo moonshine whisky wero seized and poured down mountain streams. Moro than $100,000 worth of illicit copper stills of all sizes, and other paraphernalia, automobiles, horses, mules, and wagons bolonging to tho distillers was taken. Twonty-on- o thousand pounds or sugar round on distillery premises was confiscated and tho most of il given to tho Rod ror 321 Cross. Recommendations prosecutions havo been sent to tho Department or Justice Most or tho moonshiners caught nt their stills aro behind bars in Southern jails awaiting trial. Moro than a score or deserters rrom tho army wore discovered participating in moonshino manurao-tur- o in tho Southern mountains and two or those wero killed in Georgia by armed raiders. Revenuo Commissioner Roper undertook tho cntorpriso largely to demonstrate that prohibition really can be mado effective Letters recoived by tho Rovenuo bureau from citlzons of Southern communities say drunkenness has boon eliminated for the first time for many years. Don'l get to thinking about LibBonds ns an old story., It's a new Hun lhat ovory dollar gets, another inch forward with every bond. erty PATRIOTS WILL MUST REGISTER-OTH- ERS SEPT 13 Need. Beret Has Invested $3,000,000 On Purpose to Provide the Kiids of Education the Momtains Most Page Four. to cm ea September 5, 1018. mer Berea student, who was In Bo-rPROFESSOR RUMOLD LEAVES with his brldo during tho early BEREA part of this summer. Mr. Bumetlo Professor C. F. Ilumold, our greatly was looking splendid, and though appreciated leachor of chemistry, on guard duly, appeared very conand for somo timo acting Dean of tent with his lot. Ho expects (o the Collegiate Department, surprised NEWS OF BKREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM A enter the Officers' Training Camp his friends by suddenly selling his VARIETY OF SOURCES very shortly. homo lo Mr. Way and 'removing to Miss Hamilton from Louisville, Kent, Ohio. Wo sincerely hopo his Ky., will trim for Mrs. Laura Jones new relations will prove profitable, Mr. L. Lesler, who has been cm- -I this season. She conies highly recplowed in Hamilton, Ohio, is here ommended, and can plcaso yon In and that ho will not miss Berea as much as Berea misses him. Dr. for a few days' visit with his your hat. (Ad.) Weldler will lako up tho work ' hero family. Mrs. I. II. Guines, of Stanford, Is ' Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Moore and visiting her father and mother, in chemistry, especially adapting it lo various forms of Government Bcrea, Ky. Bank & Trust Bldg. Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Pullins; also her service. President Frost, who exlo Lexington, Saturday brother, J. W. Pullins, and family pects to bo at home, for tho most Go to Eva Waldcn's and get your on Center street. part, tho coming year will havo to nd. hats for tho fair. Wo have an line of E. T. Fish returned Saturday hats for ladies, misses and children. carry tho duties of Collcgo Dean. Scientino liorso shoeing, flno Iron ho attended the F.va Waldcn. ad. work and repairs or all descriptions from London where PAYING THE PRICE Shop, fair. In a letter to Prof. T. A. Edat the College Blacksmith Casualty lists from tho French J. 0. Scrivner left Saturday for ward, C. E. Sclicnk, General ManaMain Street, north or Tho Citizen ad Irvine whflrc ho .has accepted a ger, of the Methodist Homo for tho front, where the Americans havo Office. ' good position. Aped, at Cincinnati, has this to say lali'ly been proving their incttlo Mitchell, of Cincinnati, of "tho Misses Mattio Strunk, Lydia ' magnificently, are coming nlong Mrs. Noel L. 4 N. TIME TABLE I How many of our boys Is hero for a few days visit. r, slowly. and S'allie Saylor and Sarah Berea, Ky. Jcnnio Fish and daughter, Mrs. who have been with us this ' laid down their lives is yet to 'bo 1018) (In effect May H, Mrs. E. G. Walker, returned to their summer helping us in tho dining fully told. How many aro dying North Bound homo here Saturday from Chilll- - room and havo given mo your namo dally wo do not know. No. 32, Leaves C:53 p.m. million dollars in gold is held by tlm Hut we know they nro paying the cothc, O, where they were visit a a much honored and rebpected EIGHTEEN hundred p.m. No. 38, Leaves 1:17 Banks ns the reserve of the bonks which inc Lieut. Walker. No. 31, Leaves 3:53 a.m. teacher of theirs. I simply want lo prieo of war, tho price of liberty, Millinery is say arc the members of the Federal Reserve System. Our Fall and Winter South Bound that wo are finding them de- the price of protection for thoir Fish woman-kin- d now rcadv. against such ravages No. 33, Leaves 12:03 p.m. lightful girls, and helpful in every This bank, as a member of the system, shares in the protection Tho Misses Lowcn have received way and that wo appreciate them as were inflicted at German hands 1 :04 p.m. No. 37, Leaves afforded by this great reserve. As our customer you also share word that their brother, Owen, has moro and more as wo come to know upon tho women of Belgium, France, No. 31, Leaves 12:12 a.m. in this benefit. in safely "somcwlicre Serbia, Russia, lloumania, and in landed Note: No. 33, tho fast train, will them better. It has been a good every territory which they or their slop for passengers from North of France." stroke of fortune for us to havoj Oscar Harrison and D. Gott at- these Bcrea girls with us this sum- Turkish allies have invaded. And Cincinnati, 0, or for Soutli of Knox- lhey are paying it gallantly, fear ville, Tenn. tended the London fair last week. mer." Mrs. Laura Jones' Opening of Fall Professor Norman Frost, of tho lessly, willingly. Upon them, more than tho armios 7, 1918. (Ad) Peabody Teachers' Institute ColWe Sell hats and sell them right. Millinery, Sept. ad, E. T. Fish was in Ilichmond Mon lege, Nashville, Tennessee, son of of any other of tho allied nations. Mrs. Laura Jones. Mrs. Laura Jones is just back from day. President Frost, is spending a short today, tho eyes of the world arc W. D. Jones, of Lexington, was timo in Bcrea, much to tho delight resting. They aro expected to put Cincinnati and Cleveland. the finishing touches upon tho Bochc Little Janet Waldcn entertained hero Monday. of his many friends. Miss Bertha King left Sunday for quite a few of her little friends last Mrs. Carl Hunt and littlo daughter, defeat. America's army today is GET READY FOR Virginia. Monday (o her birthday party. Helen, returned last week from. I holding the balance of power. Mrs. Jim Kinnard and little son, a visit with .Mr. and Mrs. A. S.l And within another year that Henry Kinnard, son of Mr. and power will bo inevitable, relentlessly Mrs. Jcsso Kinnard, is very ill at Jack, of Omaha, Neb., camo Mon- - Mann, in Cleveland, Ohio. il.iv for a few weeks visit with her his home on Chestnut street. Wallace- - closing in upon Berlin. It will bo Miss Nannie Gabbard, of Mr. Karl Hinton, of Irvine, spent sisters, Mrs. Phamy Davis and Mrs. ton, spent the week-en- d in Berea putting an end to Kaiserism. Ina few days here last week with his George Dick. grandmother, Mrs. L. C. suring world freedom. with her Every day this is delayed, tho Be sure to see Eva Waldcn s hats Gabbard. mother. Mrs. J. II. Jackson. ad. before you buy. Mrs. W. H. Bower and son, WilH. H. Harrison and wife, of Stan- - greater will be the price American Alv ck Black, of Snccdwcll. spent, Ion, spent from Saturday until life and American blood will pay. liam, left, Wednesday, of last week, We must all realizo this. Wo must for a few days' visit with her son, a few days here last week with his Monday, with relatives in Bcrea. act accordingly. Our catalogue has been greatly enlarged Marion, who is employed in tho sister, Mrs. J. H. Jackson. Ladies, in order to give you as by adding a splendid list of prizes on Mrs. Jack Laswell. of Brush Creek, good styles as you can buy in anyi It is our duty to keep them in tho Wright Airplane factory at Dayton, spent Sunday and Monday here with market, I have been for two weeks best of fighting trim and after all Ohio. Farm and Garden Products and Ladies' and Children's Hand Made Articles. Fish's Millinery Opening will bo her mother, Mrs. Nannie iiranna- studying the different styles in Mil-- 1 is said and done, wo do that with nian. linery. I havo bought from Cleve- -, the money wo pay in taxes, the announced later. 10$) of gate receipt to go to Red Cross. Friends and relatives of Billy land, New York and Cincinnati, and quarters we put in thrift stamps, Ladies' Aid Society of tho Chrishis im- am prepared to give you the best! the dollars we loan to Uncle Sam tian Church meet at the lied Cross Black are glad to hear of For Catalogue address provement. Hope it will only be a ideas in trim and style from each! in exchange for Liberty Bonds. room, Tuesday. The committee who has charge of short time until bo is able to be city. Prices aro reasonable as over.j Wo must keep not only tho troop E. T. FISH, Secretary hats ships but tho munition vessels the moving pictures met at tho among them again. Street hats and ready-to-we- ar moving. Most of all, we must keep The Fish Line awaits your in- open now. Respectfully, house of Mrs. Robertson, Tuesday Buy (Ad) Mrs. Laura Jones the ammunition trains moving, the afternoon, preparing for the "Little spection. Why experiment? Berea Kentucky Fish's Miss Lillian Newcomer, who has' ammunition plants going, tho stream Fish Hals. . American," which will be given in flowing to every tho College Chapel, Saturday even-nin- g. G. E. Porter and family, with Mrs. been studying at Chicago University! of munitions Newcomer, and Mrs. Sharpe, spent this summer, has been spending a, allied front. For the harder the Allies hit, tho Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Parks are Tuesday afternoon in Lexington, few days with her mother, before! TOR SALE WITH THE CHURCHES quicker the Hun line will break, spending a few days in Cincinnati, visiting tho W. H. Porter's, and en- going to Paintsville, where she will A real nice homo in Bcrea, the quicker tho end will come, the Ohio. joying the Labor Day sports at the teach this year. block from Post Offlco, about two Union Church Mr. Bailey B. Baxter, of Rich smaller the price wo will pay. Wo Mr. and Mrs. William Hanson and Fair Grounds and at Blue Grass acres land, one-ha- lf in young orcannot afTord we do not daro to with classes chard. Good Tho Sunday-schodaughter, Elizabeth, have returned Park. At tho Fair Grounds, where mond, who was a College student six room dwelling, to their homo in Winchester after some four hundred soldiers were (wo years ago, was visiting in Bcrea slack in this duly. Wo must buy for all at 9:45. Preaching service basement 18x22 feet, elcctrlo lights, Liberty Bonds. at 11 a.m. a few days visit with his sister, heartily entering into the games, last week. well at door, plenty A .cordial invitation is oxtendod Prico $3,000. Mrs. Mamie Jones. a for- - Miss True, the Domcslio Scienco they met Sergeant Burnette, SCHOOL OPENS to all visitors in our city as well as teeacher in the College Department,1 Also a farm of 40 acres, to all citizens to unite with us In half way between about returned, Fr'dny, to take up her I Tho Berea Graded School Bcrea and WalI on Tuesday, this week, with theso services. duties for tho coming year. lacclon; under cultivation and Mrs. Dooioy Bodkin, of Hazard, 211 scholars tho largest enrolment First Baptist Church in small timber, all undor fonco, Inspiring exercises -. in ils history. has been visiting in town for sovSunday-schoat 0:45 a.m. no buildings good bearing orchard. eral days with her mother, Mrs.' were held in the Assombly room, at Wo have carefully graded classci This land Js poor, but pays woll and 8:30 a.m., with Dr. William Best S. E. Welch. for all ages, with separata class a mighty big bargain at 1800. Call early and get first choice Mr. D. B. T handler was a l';rca; presiding. Devotions were conducted rooms. Terms: Cash, Liberty Bonds or clean visitor the latter part of last week. by Rev. Charles S. Knight. TIm Preaching service at 11 a.m. stock of merchandise. Mrs. Mary Evans,, of Harlan, was teaching staff for this year is as Tho B. Y. P. U. scrvico at 6:45. See W. B. Harris, owner, In Berea, Friday and Saturday of follows: E. F. Dizncy, principal; Wo extend a hearty wclcomo to n(l- Berea, Kentucky. I Miss Fannio Bowles, seventh and all to unlto with us in theso servlast weeK. Kentucky Richmond and Leanna' eighth grades; Miss Lou Elliott, ices. Misses Florence THREE HOGS FOUND Mitchell, who are takinp a cotirso fifth grade; Mrs. Josephine Weidler, On tho premises of W. J. Huff, The B.Y.P.U. continues with Ingrade and High School; U' nursi.ig in nn of the iiwling sixth creasing interest. Our aim this year Big Hill pike, one milo from Berea, hospitals in Lexington, camo homo Miss Bertha King, fourth grade; is to get every young nun and wo- on Wednesday, August 14. Owner Saturday for a two weeks' visit with Miss Nancy Huff, second grad.'; Mrs. man whom wo possibly can to at- may have tho samo by paying for Clark, primary. With this i Ruth their mother. tend somo young peoples' religious tho feed, damago and tho insertion Mr. Will Lowen, of Hamilton, force of efficient teachers in charge, organization. We cordially invito of this advertisement. Ohio, has been visiting hero for scv-- 1 tho outlook is bright for a successall lo attend our meetings. W. J. Huff. ful school year. eral days with his sisters. Hugh Mobliiy, President B. H. Gabbard spent Mr. and Mrs. FOR SALE COLLEGE HOSPITAL NOTES Rev. E. B. English, Pastor Sunday and Monday with relatives-neaHouso and lot In Berea, on Center Dr. Cowley left on Tuesday for I Wallacclon. street. Houso is plastered and has Christian Church Lieut. William L. Campbell spent Louisvillo where ho will attend tho C rooms and 2 porches. 4 stall barn, Bible School at 0:15 a.m. a few hours in Berea. Wednesday ' meetings of the Slate Medical AsCommunion scrvico ami preach- coal houso, wood house, hen house, sociation, returning on Friday. TO WATER PATRONS enrouto to Houston, Texas where buggy shed and other necessary Miss Stearns, tho pupil nurso ing at 11 a.m. bo will be stationed for tho present. out buildings. Good bored well with Rev. W. J. Hudspeth, Pastor who was operated on last week, is All together, now: pump. 1 am ofloring this property HTO meet legitimate domestic require-- x Let's make Berea Fair tho best fair at last making slow but sure progMethodist Church at a great bargain and will sell on merits, water must not be used for in the country. Plans are now com- - ress toward recovery. Bible School at 0:15 a.m. easy terms. For further Informasprinkling purposes, nor for building opObert Richardson, who underwent Preaching services at 11 a.m. and tion, call on pleto for three big days. Everybody erations until further notice. rome Thursday, Friday and Satur- -' a minor operation, on Tuesday, is 3:30 p.m. T. B. Stephenson, doing well. day. Tho public in general and the now nd.-l- l. Centor SL, Bcrea, Ky. converts in particular aro earnestly Look for "Littlo Billy" tho famous REGISTER ON SEPTEMBER 13 invited to attend theso services. FOR SALE Dog Diver, at tho Berea Fair. Thoj See that others of tho proper ago Rev. Larrabee, Pastor Use Water Sparingly Do Not Waste It 7 sows and 40 pigs, from two to dog, which is owned by Mr. WM register. This is a part of your pafour months old. W. M. Garrison, Pence, lias been giving performances triotic duly. Every man between 2 miles west of Bcrea. ad-- 8. -, NOTICE "WHERE water is used for sprinkling, all over the country, and will fur- 18 and 15, both Inclusive, who has allowed to run, or where water fix- nish plenty of excitement for lho( not already registered, must come All persons having an account spectators, by his tures are not kept in good order, the dive. Two forward, and show his willingness with Doctor L. J. Godboy aro rePATRIOTS WILL REGISTER waterworks will exercise its right to disperformances daily. OTHERS MUST SEPT 13 to help overthrow llio common quested to call and settle. continue supply forthwith and without Mrs. L. J. Godboy Tho Community Playtimo last enemy. further notice. Friday evening was a great success.. F. L. MOORE'S LOST Various games and slunls wero cn- Baby carriago pillow, somowhero 4 lered Into vigorously by tho chilPoultry Tonic dren, and prizes wero awarded to between Main Street and Depot 4 Intffect Auicut20, 1918. You cn miko 13 Br HOWARD C WAY the winners in various events. A sireeu rinunr picaso rciurn 10 Action of I'radinttal CutUxllin of l'ropt rtlr FOR Community supper was spread in M m. J. w. Pulling, comer Street, m taiuitrytunlcknown V Committee with a too Iwllle of the Tabernaolo .and enjoyed by n First Class Repairing No Gorman crown princo has been friendly crowd of citizens. Music by Curi's mint pruventa iriN, Phone In case limber-noccholer. tuj TOWN 194, COLLEGE 16 of trouble AND But when your llio Berea Band and patriotic sing- wounded yet. trUtit or by mail lxtj10. ing enlivened tho occasion. Great money sends your Yanks further imltry book freo. Fine Line of Jewelry lUlkti llltfj Cl, llllllM,(j. credit is duo to those having tho along their way lo Berlin, wo'll bo whistling a new tune. playground movement in charge. MAIN ST. BEREA. KY. Drug Co. Sold by Porter-Moor- e LOCAL PAGE Dean & Stafford REAL ESTATE Wooo.w fckSYSTEMi Best Blacksmithing llain-wnle- I 1,800,000,000 Dollars in Gold I Berea National Bank . 20-2- THE BEREA FAIR Sept. 5, 6, 7, 1918 ol ed A Well Assorted Stock of New Fall Goods Has Arrived at Our Store ol B. E. BELUE CO. . SAVE WATER! IMPORTANT NOTICE J I Yaw-heav- ol CAUTION! ot I Berea College 12 Gals. Bi fn Jewelry Store I'm. 1 The Man Who Succeeds is the One Who Knows Things 7 September 5, 1918. THK CITIZEN Pago Five. The Citizen A family Newspaper for all that true, and Intereitinf l'uullaned la right The Citizen. A Newspaper for the Mountains We cannot promise to do nil that we should like for the mountain region, but we can promise to do our best, nnd do more than anybody is yet doing. We shall make it our business to find and report the news, and still more to find and report the important ideas which will benefit our neighbors in the hills. For one thing, we wish to report the brave deeds of the mountain men in the Army, nnd we ask you, dear reader, and everyone who has information, to report to us the exploits and heroisms, sufferings and achievements of the mountain men in this war. We can do much for the school teacher, and through him, for every mountain household. We shall have a thousand bright ideas for the use of the rural schools, and will furnish much material for school exhibition, county gatherings and the like. We can do much for the mountain farmer, and bring down the great arms of science to help those who need help in making the most out of the "upright farms" and varying soils of our hill country. Several important articles by our Mr. Spence, Dean Clark, and Professor Jesse Baird are promised. And we can help the folks.indoors. Home Science can be taught in the newspaperas truly as in the class room. The housewife who reads The Citizen will have much encouragement and help in the care of her household, and the countless concerns of the fireside. Besides this we shall help the mountaineers to understand themselves, and hold up their heads in the great world, by articles on the Pioneer History of this region. Dr. Robertson, our Professor of History, has visited all the mountain states, and will give most interesting articles on the early settlers from Daniel Boone down. These are a few of the thing6 which we are furnishing, and which we wish to furnifih to you. We make our visits once a week, and the cost is $1.50 a year. Send check or Post Office monuy order, and you will get your receipt, and your paper, and be glad as long as you live. Make money order or check payable to Berea Publishing Company. Cordially yours, Managing Editor hcing attended by Dr. Robinson, of licrca. He is now Improving. Bond IJond, SepL 2. Wo liavo had somo real good rains tho past week, which were very much needed. Crops nro looking very much improved since the rain. Tho threshing machlno has been quite busy in this vicinity tho past week, and crops of oat-- s and wheat arc making a good yield. Mrs Esther Allen is very sick at this time. Two of her daughters from Indiana, one from Ilerca, Ivy., and two from Manchester, aro with licr-- H. J. Wolfo and child are very sick with flux. Mr. and Mrs. G. II. Davis visited Mr. and Mrs. D. II. Allen, Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. William Stidhcm were guests of Mr. and Mrs. James G. C. Purkcy Is preMoore, Sunday paring to movo to Hamilton, Ohio. Our school is progressing nicely with Miss Crcacy Moore, teacher. Lizzie Morgan, who lias had typhoid, is gelling well. John W. Seals and J. T. Drcwcr aro in Harlan County at work. The farmers of this community nre planning to sow larger crops of wheat this year. James Davidson is erecting a flour .mill near here. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Danielle, of Akron, Ohio, visited relatives in this community last week. colhe, Ohio, was homo a few days last week. Ho lias received a commission as second lieutenant, Mrs. Clara Farmer, who lias been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Mattic Carpenter, in Harlan County, has returned home. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. AsM inter attended the Teachers' sociation at Cannon's Chapel, last Saturday. Mrs. J. It. Llewellyn and daughter, Consuclla, who wero in London a few days last week, returned homo last Thursday. Misses Vcrna Engie, Ethel Tincher, and Forrest Hays, teachers in the County, were visiting home folks, Saturday and Sunday. Isaac Reynolds of Tyner, was in town, Saturday afternoon. Forrest Johnson, who Is teaching near Kerby Knob, was home, Saturday and Sunday. BOONE TAVERN NOTES erry Thureday lit Ilerea, K)f. DEREA PUBLISHING (Incorporated) WM. G. FROST, Editor-lrwCh- CO. Subicriplion Ralea I'AYAHLK IN ADVANCE On Year Hit Monthi Three Monlhe Bend money 1.t0 .Mi GO , by e or Eipreea Montr Order, Draft. ItrcUtrrxl Letter, or one and two cent ilampi. The dale after your name on label ahowe to what data your auhaerlpllnn la paid. If It la not changed within three week a after renewal notify Miiilnc number will be gladly supplied If w re notified. Liberal term clren to any who obtain new forua. Any one tending- four yearly tubMrlptione can receive The Cltlien free for year. on Adrrrtlilnr; ratea on application. ua. Titanic Auction SALE Thursday. September 19th I will sell for J. H. Baughman YANKEES IN BIG BATTLE (Continued From Paga One) wore" 'quickly tnkfn.FlKhtlliK'tlnTi nettled down to nrtlllery dtiollnc until hnil offer the Qejmnn emmter-nttnee. . been niinttprctl. tl Gain Hold on Plateau. The Amerlcnnii, In tliolr nilvnnco, moved up nnd beyond the brow of tho long plntenu overlooking the Alne nnd Veslo poaltlon to tlie enst. They met with little Infantry renlMnnce from the Oormun.. nrtlllery, Amerlcnn with Trench, Ik now Urine point blnnk from positions on tho open plnk 510 ACRES OF LAND The Cream of Boyle County and J. H. Baughman will sell 510 750 Cattle, and a Lot of Mares and Mules LOCATION: Known as the "Hill Top Farm," two miles from city limits of Danville, Ky., on Hustonville Pike. Boyle County has the best pikes of any County in the State and this pike is the best one out of Danville; perfectly straight from city limits and no railroads to cross to this beautiful farm, only 10 minutes drive. DESCRIPTION: Broad, gently sloping fields, almost level, with here and there a black walnut, sugar tree or stately elm. The land of big fat cattle and broad acres of fertile soil. 390 acres of this land is in sod and has been for years, the remainder recently broken from sod in cultivation as follows: 10 acres in tobacco and hemp. 70 acres in corn.-lacres in wheat stubble, 30 acres in This land has been grazed for years with big cattle and is now ready for the man who wants to make money growing corn, hemp, tobacco, cattle and hogs. buck-whea- t, hold on Hnroohes nnd nro nttemptlnR to drive the Oermnn out of Fliiiette, n where the enemy Is putting up n Mub-bor- tenu. The Intent word from Fl:ne. In thnt the Americans bnvo Increnxed their Capture 92 German Jaegert. Ninety Jnepers nnd two officer were cnptureit by nn Amerlcnn unit nttnrh-e- d to (lenernl Mnncln's nnny. In nn on Juvljtny nnd Chnvlcny, north The Amerlcnn soldier of Solutions. smnnhetl forwnnl In the fnce of strong reslstnnce nnd succeedeil In reaching the rnllwny line. While the Amerlcnn troops were their counter-nttnek reltnnre. E newly-wo- n territory n was launched by the enemy. The enemy Is fighting desperately, ns the portion of his nrmy between Clmvleny and Solssons Is threatened with nnnlhllntlon or capture from the north nnd smith. Yank Foil German. With the American Army In Aug. 30. Nineteen men and one oillcer composing an American pntrol foiled n sujH'rlor Oerman force which surrounded them In the Woevre region, but drove off the Germans and n sergeant nnd two prlvntes. It Is believed that they Inflicted casualties on the enemy. Smash Counter Attacks. Paris, Aug. 30. American troops bnve repulsed iwnverful counternt-tnck- s nt Flamette, north of Flumes, above the Vesle, the war office announces In Its night communique. Tho Americans hnvc frustrated desperate Oerman attempts to cross the Vesle at Itazochcs nnd Flamette nnd hnve vnllnntly repuled counter-attack- s nt Justlgny (Jungay) (nenr Solssons) the communique mills. Ior-raln- e, Once in a Lifetime is the Opportunity Offered to Purchase such a Farm ADVANTAGES: A beautiful home, splendid neighborhood, the adjoining land owners living on their farms. Close to churches, graded and high school, Centre College and Kentucky College for Women, and the best tobacco, hemp, grain, hog and cattle market in Central Kentucky. Danville and Boyle County do not have to be advertised. Their reputation is established. Known everywhere as a moral and educational center with a population of hospitable and prosperous people. Danville is also a great railroad terminal ane one million dollars has already been authorized to be spent at Danville in the improvement of railroad facilities. "Hill Top Farm" is within one mile of the L. & N. Railroad and adjoins C. N. O. & T. P. Railroad, with side track on the farm. Electric line runs by the farm and only has to be tapped to equip the farm with light and power. "Hill Top Farm is abundantly watered with seven never failing springs, four wells and one cistern. IMPROVEMENTS: Main dwelling eight large rooms, two porches, halls and bath-roowith butler's pantry. Heated by furnace, two room servant house and garage, beautiful yard with large shade trees, large two story stock barn, basement will hold 125 cattle, second story nine large box stalls and the main portion prepared for hay fork and will hold 7,000 bales of hay. Fertile garden, and plenty of fruit. The second set of improvements cosists of a splendid six room dwell, ing, three porches, two stock barns, other out buildings, cistern, good garden, large yard and muL berry, sugar tree and wild cherry shade trees. This set of improvements is within f mile of splendid graded school. Two other sets of improvements on farm. 200 acres with main dwelling, a 60 acre tract and 80 acre tract with. im. provements, a 40 acre tract with improvements, to which may be added a 20 acre and a 14 acre tract, also a 45 acre tract with improvements and other tracts. We always sell to suit the bidders, so two or more tracts may be combined to suit the purchaser in the number of acres. m K, two-stor- y one-hal- EASTERN KENTUCKY NEWS ITEMS (Conuntud on Fif Elgat) Among tho guests at the Tavern this week have been, Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Eaton, and party of nine, who SUB-DIVISIO- Durham, of this place, were married August 30th. Their many friends wish them a life of succssg and Hessie Click, after comhappiness pleting a business courso at Lexington, secured a position in Harrods-hur- g, where sho is now at work. Mr. and Mrs. William Powell. Hen McOuIro and wife, Mr. and Mrs. HulT, Thomas. Armon Neely and family, of Derca, visited relatives, and attended church, Saturday nnd Sunday Allen Clcmmans, Hobert Williams, and Aran Powell left, Saturday, for Lexington to work for awhile. Herbert Click, who has been working in Ohio for tho last month, returned homo Saturday. Tho littlo son of M. J. Smith was taken seriously ill, Saturday, hut is McKee McKce, Sept- 2. Government Sends An Urgent Call e Cummlulon The l'realdenl of the recently wired: "Need foe atenoeraphere andtypiatsat Waah-I- n (ton Brow, mora acuta dally, Incraaaa effort all poeaible." The Government and bualneaa concern! are short five hundrnt thousand bookkeepers and stenographers, and are offering beginners salaries never before heard of, The Government drafted our Civil Service lluokkecplnr Set. and about EIGHTY - FIVB per rent of the Government stenographers write the IIEST eviShorthand system that we teach-TI- IK dence that our courses are Til K It EST. e eight-week- s Take. 1IYMAIU our Mercantile- - lluokkeeplnir Coura or our Simplified Shorthand Course, the latter course consisting of T1IIUTY LESSONS, and we guarantee you from $85 totlttamonthaaaoonaa you qualify. Money luck If not aatltflal. Two hundred thousand satisformer students. Clip, fill fied, money-makin- g out, and send us the following coupon: afternoon, McKco and surrounding vicinity was struck by ono of tho worst wind and rain storms ever known here. Two small trees In the Court yard wcro blown down and corn crops wcro badly damaged. Circuit court convened last Monday. Tho trial of Prcs Shepherd for tho killing of Abo Sams is In progress now. Charkoy Parker was brought from tho Stalo prison as a witness in tho caso. Tho Teachers' Association for educational division number ono will bo held at Smith's school, houso next Saturday, September tho 7th now William Worlbington, of Annvilio, preached at tho Cliupol last Sunday at 11 a.m. Special servico was held at tho Chapel in tho Academy building, Sunday ovenlng, in honor of soven soldier boys who woro called to entrain for Fort Thomas, today. Judge William Lowis and Rev William Worlbington wero tho speakers.-Hugh Collier, who has been in Oillcers' Training Camp at Chllli- - Last Thursday motored from Cincinnati; Miss Helen Little; Mr. and Mrs. W. Oberty, and William and Dorccn Oberty; Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Lano; Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Scboer; Miss Ethel Pressler; Miss Elizabeth G. King; 100 Head Black Poll Angus Feeders, 800 to 1,050 pounds. end Mrs. R. N. Mitchell; also of 60 or more White Face Hereford Feeders, 800 to 1,050 pounds. Mrs. Mitchell expects Cincinnati. 240 High Grade Short Horn, Red & Roans, 800 to 1,100 pounds. to remain with us until January. Miss Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Porter, 50 Black Yearling Cattle, 500 to 700 pounds. Frances Porlcr, Miss Margery Rick200 Hereford and Short Horn Yearling, 500 to 750 pounds. ey, were guests from Lexington; alLex75 High Grade Poll Angus Heifers, 500 to 600 pounds. so Miss Wallaco Uttcrback, of ington. From Richmond camo Dr. 25 Hereford & Short Horn Heifers, 500 to 800 pounds. and Mrs. Dunn and daughter, and These cattle are all good quality, been picked for auction sale for twelve months. from Macon, Ga, Mr. and Mrs. C. 0. Kirby. Many will remember Mr. Kentucky and Tennessee cattle. Best lot of cattle ever offered for sale in Central Kentucky. Kirby as an old Berea student few plain cattle and these will be sold separately. Miss Adelo Howard lias returned The cattle will be sold in bunches of ten and in car lots, principally in car lots. to Louisville. CATTLE Native Just a FOR SALE MARES AND MULES 12 Draft Type Brood Mares, all broken to work, five with mule colts at side and three with horse colts. 6 Splendid Yearling Mules, from above mares. Mules, from same mares. 4 Three-year-old Mules, from same mares. 2 1 Aged Jack. Walking Mares. 2 7 Ponies from colts to d Two-year-olSix-year-old Two good young cows fresh. Apply to B. P. Ambroso, Prospect. SL adp-- 2. SOUTH General AUSTRIA SLAVS Mobilization RISE Agalnit Haps-burf- lt Hostilities Neara, 8aya Vienna Report. Amsterdam, Aug. 30. A dispatch to the Wtser Zeltung of IJrenien from TERMS: Easy on the land and stock and satisfactory o purchaser. Vienna reports thnt something like a general mobilization Is proceeding In Sale begins promptly at 10 o'clock A. M. the Polish. Czech and South Slav disMr. Baughman, Mr. Moss or myself will show the farm at any time. Notify us and we will be tricts und expresses the fetir thnt hostilities may commence shortly with the glad to meet the L. & N. train or the Southern train at any time before or on day of Sale. connivance of the entente powerH. and no protection whatThe sale will be positive both of the land and stock. No g COUPON Tiaa.l DKAUCHON'S COLUCC Send me FKKK, your book on Homo Study, and ull ma about your new plan o( toAchlnir -Iplan whereby It la EABV to learn, II V MAIL lkukkeeplng-- . Shorthand, Penmanship, etc. Thla notice vtaa clipped from THE CITIZEN, llerea. Ky. NaaeiiBe, SMART PEOPLE BUY DRY GOODS FROM AND NOTIONS he Youra truly. OWEN McKEE THERE IS A REASON RICHMOND KENTUCKY ever. We will be in the hands of the purchaser. An absolute sale. Mr. Baughman, who is known by all cattle men, will have charge of the Cattle Sale and Swinebroad will be in charge of the Land Sale. inquire of J. II. Baughman, Danville, Ky., Phone, County, For futher particulars as to 1802, and as to the land. Live-Stock SWINEBROAD The Real Estate Man of Lancaster, Kentucky W. F. Moss, Advertising Manager (Name) Addrvaa) In Two Weeks a New Student Has More Friends in Berea Than Anywhere Else 7 Page Six. Till: Cinl:N I 'lllI'lT MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE ' 0 ,i . v Mr. Robert P. Spcitcc, Perm Dttnoneiretor anc' special Inveetfeator CLUB MilCULTUHAL '...iHLKS RAISING PI OS i ai .up lur Exhibition it o , i SIX DOORS aspiring young people Rrrea's Vocational Schools t! it .nl.U t. ni.-' HOME DEPARTMENT Conducted hy Miss Margaret Utrney, Director of Home Science ALL A0KEK TJIAT HOME-MADPICKLES ARB THE BIST E I ii.. o Id ilii o w lii'li price mines, and fin iini'iriit of slock as in the begin o. Ii I" ' a drop I y t lit game ..f Hi.' I" pi ol' .1 "jFOR II" - I I .1 " ;' - Mould no! " II 1 . i i r pig ,'l kl ( ,1, lllhl in,." 11 13 of-lit leer. lii w -- hi.i t .( tin.- iaii niiMit, 1st Door- iii ,11 your ntonoy-eamin- g power, cottllrtmd with ii ' ifcr er t I ' . (lu t M.tl .lit it n lio i .ifn I i r in. 'if to V. .11 't ." eoi'ldep'd pn.lilct" on tin1 if faun equipment n hiism nf i eplaeement priii ', pio- n .1 i i' J unatif e i' n .1 In" i .hi li.ne endea ..r rig in g .1 t ll"t tut. Hl'W l lilltl - exhibited in 1 are .111. oil of fl:ll, high i about ten J sll'iUI'i I. ii:o tlio alie. tM" wo. . i a I. t ll'li on ji :i ,ti$ ran 1' tlniie Kitisfact'li- incn. isuifc tin' amount CP f ed to til'' pig in ilny. Partial-- . Hi. t tin keep M ,n i' :il p. i'. - ..ii'l r i font mi ''ii ii u in- il f lllUll pl'lt'i h. i ! Agricult ,r. Carpentry, Bricklaying. Prtnl-liik- -, Commerce and Ttleftrapliv. FOR TOOlfO LADIES H iih Science, Dreu making, Oookinf, N"rij. Stenography and Tyjewnting. Kcii.T.il eilut'atii'll. TOR YOUNG MEN ii 2nd Door j fierea's Founuaiion School I I .lll-i'- ririsnfiTi f ufarlurers, wholesalers, or olh tock . I " : -i I at n ( ! I I ota lni..t ' tt.iki'i) no ;ii w w t t! i"l r.'p'aciiv pr or ml replace fir I placement . allies mil selling ;it h i'n prices ; IV lallin.'. Manufar- oi-k pr.'t!!''i rut.: re- i'. - i. u p.-' ip I, II ll'Tt. "it ill'.' d'.l il General Education for Ihose n. I far advanced, combined with some vocational traininf. No matli r what your present advanetunenl, we can put you with others ike tnirself and yrvt elMtiee for most rapid improvement. 3rd Door BerecVs English Academy Course For these Ahi are not expect to teach and who are not going thru Collear and desire more general education. II also gives the best general education for tlune who wish a good start in study and expect to carry it on by themselves. dors ii"t li x tally if it l ceding purpn-- . nuee it f broil srte. Tli in wo roper iieeipii I' I lil raised f' r tins I ii in the pa indicate im-Illi-IInl or that nt, tin ''I !!. w ho'i',il.'v. . I "filer dealer-- of bone, ni ike V tin- I' ik tot IN i.nllt for sh.w pi? .i - 'oil bath with wft 'i r.ii'i watei anil gHd lather AM dirt and l""!e kin should ...ii a rather stiff ..' iriiiuM'il by Ii. A little ci Ii. in or lysol add-i'- d to the wash water will remit m ,,i raw or brovn places on tlie km. heiling quit'- - readily. After wa-'- ii care should be taken Ihnt up in wanii oui oi tne nan i with clear water In n the hair has entirely dried application ofrawlin-- 8 ni t. a . .I ml liituld be made and rubbed wi ll into tlie skin. This will make tinkm more healthy, soft and p il'l'' and the hair soft and glossy. Afl'T oiling, the pie must be lm;-hi'- ii with a rather stiff liors liru-- h tu make Uie hair lie dowu well. This should bo done several tunes every day too much brush injjf cannot be done. Do not ue erudr oil for lico on y nr pip at this time, as it makes tlif hair ery dark in color. This is especially objectionnblo to breeds having red or white hair. If the pi? is lousy, use ono of the coal tnr dips in proportion of one part dip to thirty of water. The long hair around the edgos of the ears should be trimmed off with a pair of scissors or clippers; like wise, any long, coarse hair on the tail, excepting that at the end, should lio romoved in the same way It is probable that the pig's Iocs arc too long, or broken and irrcgu lar. If so, thoy should bo trimmed with a good sharp knife After the pig has been groomed, lie should be kept in a dry placo which is well bedded with clean straw. Very sincerely yours, i., Robt. F. Spenco P.S. Don't forget to keep your rcc ord book -. i.--'. u' li-ht --te. "If. of penlacipjr. shoold sell at "- -' price phi- - a i'r usual pro.(. It will he c i hoardin." if nnv maiiufncl ,i er. wholesaler re- -t 's iiler. or olhi"' holds, fur, nr ,iri.ini;es fur a qu:in-Mof farm i ipiipm'iit in excess .f the ri ason ilee requirements of !i:- - Imsiiiess fur sale by him over a reasonable tune. Manufacturers, wholesaler., and other i!"i'ers tindinc: themselves inadvertently in this positioh should ei at cost plus a fair usual profit. li-ivd c"n-tr.iey let-nler- retailers i'eir'HR t.i sell it' 4th Door j Berea's Normal School This pives the best training for those who expect to leaoiu Courses are so arranged that "iint people ran teach through Uie summer and fall and attend saliool through the winter and spring, thus earning money to keep mlit on in their courses of study. Head Dinsnore's greet book. "How to Teach a District School." 5th Door Berea's Preparatory Academy Course This is the straight road to Qollegc-b- est training In Malhematie, Science, languages, History and all preparatory suhjeobj. The Academy is now Berea's largest department. 6th Door A Iwenty-flv- Berea College Raise in Board is forced - This is the crown of tho whole Institution, awl providoe standard courses in all advanced subjects. Temporary e THE RAILROAD ADMINISTRATION by Courtesy and Efficiency Director ieneral McAdoo has is sued a circular to all employees 'A tin1 railway lines operated by the "lovernmenl in which he enjoins upon them in emphatic terms the policy of. courtesy and efficiency He announces that the policy of tho Railroad Administration Is exactly the reverse of the policy known as "the public lw damned" policy. He years- tho board has remained Uio semo In Doroa, unusual situation in which tho whole country llnds itsoJf now makes it impossible for us to live on tho same money as we havo tn tho past This adds $6.00 to tho former expenses or tho girls and ?1500 to the oxnonses of the boyt, but still leaves Uio oot half that at other schools and "ohenpor than staying at home." PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental fco and room' rent by tho term, board by Uio half term. Installments arc as follows: FALL TERM war conditions. For but tho stales that Uie DEFINES PROFITEERING AND All students' do somo work "with their hands from six to six HOARDING OF FARM teen hours a week as janitors or in tho farm, carpenter shop, printEQUIPMENT Wonder how many of our soldiers ing office, laundry, boarding hall, ofllco, etc., and recelvo pay which Selling goods on a replace valuo and sailors havo cut down their reduces their expenses. basis in certain cases will bo con- former stanJard of living and pcaco United Slates is running tho rail roads is not an excuse or justitlcn tion for the shortcoming of either tho employees or the Railroad Ad ministration. "Tlie people havo ac cepted cheerfully and patriotically tho burden of increased railroad fnrcs that tlie war conditions have imposed upon them, part of which is due to increased expenditures caused by tho raise in tho wages of tho railroad employees," says tho Director Gonoral, "and the least that tho railroad employees can do in return is to servo the public faithfully, courteously, and effici ently." Railroads are just as much public servants under Govornmcnt admin istration as under private control. Tho change of management was mado for tho purposo of making the railroads more efficient servants of the people, moro especially in tho great work of winning tho war. Tho relation of tho railroads and the railroad employees to tho public, therefore, is unchanged except that patriotism to their country, as well as loyalty to their employer, should actuate the railroad employee. fact that Expenses for Boys VOCATIONAL AND FOUNDATION ICHWU ACAOa.MV AMS Uio SWHAL 7.00 12.25 25.25 12.25 COM.SMC Incidental Fco Room $ fj.00 7.00 $ COO 123G Board, 7 weeks 21.25 Amount duo Sept. 11. ItltP. Board, 7 weeks, duo Oct. 30.. 12J25 Total for Term '3050 . $ 7.0.1 7.00 12.25 20.25 12.25 ' 37.50 9 COO 3850 $ 7.00 Expenses for Girls Incidental Fco Room $ 5.00 7.00 7.00 10.50 Board, 7 weeks 10.50 Amount duo Sept. II. IU18.. 22X0 Board, 7 weeks, duo Ot. 30.. 1050 Total for Term '33.00 This does not includo tho dollar deposit nor laundry. Special Expenses in Addition to Incidental Full Stenography and Typewriting 914.00 Bookkeeping (brief course) H.00 Bookkeeping (regular course) 7.00 Business course for students 2350 1050 31.00 , 7.00 1050 2150 1050 '35M money for books or Feo Business U'itrr Sprint $10.00 10.00 5.00 $12.00 12.00 COO in other departments: Stenography Typewriting, with ono hour's uso of instrument Com. Law., Com. Geog, Com. Arith., or Penmanship, each.. In no case will special Business Fees 1050 7.00 2.10 0.00 COO 750 5.00 Pickled Onions. never cook mj pickled oiiions, Tickled Cauliflower I'i'i I make a good pii'klinp in "IIiih m cn'tl pn'lJi'il cauliM"M';' L',1., well seaoueil with spue ami The i'i:i'ImIiIi' w a llt't r.it in!' li"l-idish iflnl Juccteiiril Willi 'cc( mU' brown 'Ugar, which I pmr over In ami spriukti'd small all. After Ian i day I pack it in a rip) i. 'Mis tlml have been plm-- ii Klan iar and rover it with picklinp in "linill glass bullies; they an then '.IriT'ir, which liu- - ,i i. h "ii hoiled. ponied. In two Weeks they aie "iin of iiij i'iulili"i - i i'i r to boil ready for use. the cai'lifl it in tit ,'l''r until "I .ill) ery can lul In sele t nlv it lender before rnxernn; It with small iler-skinit imion nf univinegar. form ife, Whu h li.ie been will Pickled Nasturtium Seads picked oer. "Here I a jar of vinegar inlo "M grandmother (might me h". wYrh I drop my nasturtium seeds n green pirKio-j- . n i a vei ) m n lliev upon. It "honld he made pie matter. She always line. U nllier .t and fpiite piry. j find kettle with grape leaves anil p.n ' the e 1'iK'ed fleeils quite nil addi- ' tlie Ilihei s between alteni.il inu tion to fiiv Winter Kalaila. layers of eai s. she (hen tllle.i H- i" I'lie v hole secret of siiere ssful csitel with cold water und alliw.,1 clil pickling lle in boilinii and (he pickles to sir, mi two hours ..m r 'training the vinegar anil iiring it a slew lire. The pickles were imwell so th-i- t it will he freed from mediately plunged into ice water)" any Mdinient Ihnt will cane fer- he hardened. Afier (liev have .t.Hd mentation. thus for I wo hours I drain and p Dill Pickles them inn I pour .scalding pick! "Mow did ynu make those deliover them cious dill pickles you brought to the 'The small pick!" I bowed ou picnic the other dnv," inquired the were packed lie in brine nenri now ent!niiRtlr little bride. whole .if last winter I raised the My friend lifted a glas iar from Ciciinihers ln.ef ,u.d When I lie the shelf. ere Ihe rigid "ie, picked llo in "You see" ho Mild, "the elicutn-Ve- rt fr'Hll the n, vill" uilil I'luced th. were about three inches long. brine, which I made bv " v had been cruldied with After ! Hil led Hill! in b'.'llllg w.lte- - f. a Miff brush they wpri packed in float an egg. I placed :l largi i n these two quart Jar. flrl n layer of lid smaller than Ihe mouth ,,f Pi,, pickle then a laver of dill sprinkled crock on top of the pickles .m, with a few miislird seed and a bay weighted them down menus ,.f u leaf. A piece of alum the site of a brick that Ihey might ! kept i.ii.I, r pea was dropped in the op of each water. I placet) n b.o.- - of innt ud iar. Then for every cup of vinegar seeds (in top of the creek and a slice I use two cups of water and one taor two of horeradih in with the blespoon of snlt. I allow this to pirkles to prevent nnl.J and to keep rome to a boil and while boiling hot the rnriitnbers from heroming too I poured it over Ihe pickles anil soft. I didn't make the pirkles unsealed Uie jars. til late in the wilder, when lliev Canned Red Poppers. were snaked for three days (o re"Here are my canned red peppers. move the brine and harden them." In Winler I use them as a garnish "How do you make your piekl for meals, salads, as a sandwich, vinegnrf asked my enthusiastic filling with cheese and in many neighbor. dishes or whieh'we are particularly Pickle Vinogar fond. "To every gallon of vinegar I add "I purchased a peck of red pep-pe- a cup of salt, one of sugar, a handwash them, eul the stem off ful of ltorseradish, two tablespoon and remove the seeds with a pair of of mustard and a green pepper. I enod sharp scissor, ami I work usually add spices to suit my taste. them around Uie pepiter. cutting it Sometimes 1 omit the horseradish. into long stripe. SoinetttiVHi I si ire I adtl cinnamon, cloves, ginger, it in eirrles. which tnnke an allrac-liv- o and mace in the proportions These strips nr slices of puo-hn- lf ounco to each gallon of t rover with boiling water and let vinegnr. lliem stand three minutes. Then I "I always use whole spices, which drain them and pluntte them Inlo I bruise and lie with the ground ire water in which there is a Inrpe spleos in a muslin bag. This prepiece nf ice, nllnwlnp them to sinnd vents tho discoloration of the pick-lets- ." two hours. This hardens tho vc?- elnble Wire. Again they mut he As we itaused nl my gate, the I ittlo drained and placed in pint Jars. I bride sighed, "My. what a lot sho pour vinecnr over them whirl) had knows. II was Just like a dnmes-ti- o been sweotonod and boiled ftfleen lecture, wasn't it?" minutes. The proportions are two I smiled ns I answereil, "I have no cups of sugar to one quart of vine- -. doubt that it was bptler llian many gar. The vinegar must bo boiling of them, because thore is mncii lint and the jars must be allowed to practical experience nnd knowledge overflow, adjusting the covers at! In everything that we havo J once. learned." (Continued from Week) I ' . el I i ' i ui : Lnt s, j I t I -- I 1 ,i..; I nil-nd- ee j ! .1.80 $15.00 150 exceed per term. sidered profiteering, according to a statement issued today by tho Of- ilco of Farm Equipment Control of tho U. S. Department of Agricul ture, which administers the licensing of tho farm equipment industry under tho Food Control Act. Farm equipment held, contracted for, or arranged for, by any manufacturer, wholesaler, retailer, or otlierdealcr, in excess of tho reasonable requirements of his business, for use or salo by him in a reason able time, is considered hoarding, under the meaning of tho Act of Congress approved August 10, 1917, to provido further for tho national security and defenso by encouraging tho production, conserving tho supply, and controlling tho distribution of food products and fuel. Any farm equipment that is hoarded cannot bo considered under this ruling, tho statement says, but will bo dealt with under tho Act, according to tho merits of each particular caso. Tho prices of farm equipment are moro or less seasonal, but If tho price should rise or fall during tho season, then, ti bo consistent, a person who wishes to soil on tho basis of replacement values would be obliged to sell at a loss if tho prico fell. Equipment carried over from ono season to another Hint is. tho residual from a previous season's reasonablo supply should be considered In tho same manner. Therefore, if persons havo sold at replacement values, they must con- - time expenses? PATRIOTS OTHERS Any young man or young woman can get an education at Berca if there is tho will to do so. able-bodied WILL MUST REGISTER SEPT 12 28. CINCINNATI MARKETS. Hay and Grain. Hay No. 1 timothy $32XQ3X standard $31.50S'32, No. ' $3131.50, No. 1 clover mixed S:M)331. No. 2 clo ver mbted SU803O. No. X clover !Ki7M If it is impossible for any young man or young woman to bo in school tho full year, by all means they siould enter for a courso during tho winter and spring term3. Tho public schools will close about Christmas and tho teachers and advanced pupils should not bo idlo through the long winter months but should bo studying in Berca where the best education can bo gotten for least money. Applicants must bring or send a testimonial showing that they art above 15 years old, in good health and of good character. This may bt signed by some former Berea student in good standing or some reliabli teacher or neighbor. The use of tobacco is strictly forbidden. For information or friendly advice write to the Secretary, C5KJHc. New Oats No. 2 whlto 71(fi72c. standard whlto 71c, No. 3 white 70Hc, No. 2 mixed CSl4SC0l4c No. 3 mixed Corn No. 2 white 1.75, No. 3 white $1.70, No. 2 yellow Sl.G0ftl.70. No. 3 yellow $l.C0gl.t5, No. 2 mixed $1.00 Wi.uo, iso. 3 mixed si.ri301.CO. whlto ear $1.0501.70, yellow ear $1.0001.03, mixeu ear 9iM)ffi.m. Butter, Eggs and Poultry. Hutter Whole milk crmmerv extras firms 44c. MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Ky. 48&C, centralized creamery extras 47c, Berea College Hospital Best Equipment and Service at Lowest Cost. Wards for Men and for Women, Private Rooms, Baths, Electric Service. Sun-parlor. Kkrs Prime flitits 42c. firsts 40Wc. ordinary firsts 37c. IJve Poultry Urollers. 114 lb ami over 30c; under 1 lb, 3Ue: fowls, 4 lbs and over, 28c; do, under 4 lbs, 27c; roomers, ivc. Live Stock. und Icos) $13018.00. Cattle Shippers $13010.75: butcher steers, extra $14 015.50. Kood to cholco $12014, common to fair $7.50011.00; heifers, extra $11012.50, good to choice $10010.75, common to fair $7 u.&o; cows, extra $0.75 12. cood to choice $8.5000.50, common to fair $0.7508: cuniiers $000.85. stockers and feeders $7013. heavy lloca belected stilnncrs $10.73020, t'ooil to cholco puckers and lbs) butchers $20, medium (100-10$20020.23, stags $11014.50, common to choice heuvy fat sows $12014.50, light shippers $10010.73, pigs (110 lbs 0 Surgery, Care in Eye Treatment, Nose and Ear, General Practice Child-birt- h, Come in and visit an establishment, which is a friend in need, and in reach of all the people. Robert H. Cowley, M.D., Physician Mrs, Anna Powell Hackett, Superintendent it is clearly established that mainlenanco is no longer possible, Tho United Slatos Highways except at prohibitive cost. New construction will bo given Council makes tho following an nouncement, to consideration by tho Council in tho with reference policy and procedure, as to high following relative order of impor-lanc- o: way ami street work during tho period of tho war: (1) Highways and streets of milii. All proposed highway, street, tary valuo; bridge construction, re culvert and (2) Highways and streets of Naconstruction and maintenance invol ving (a) tho issuanco of bonds; (b) tional economic valuo; (3) Unfinished contracts involv-i-n tho uso of rail or water transportacontractural obligations (incurtion; (c) tho uso of coal or oil red prior to April 5, 1918, whero as fuel; or, (d) tho uso of cement, brick, asphalt, oils, tars, crushed bond issue is involved which may stone, or stcol, (also sand and gravel not ho disturbed without serious consequences; wiinro sbortago exists) as highway (r StreeU and highways which, material, should first bo sumiltcd for although not of National cconomio approval to tho United Slates HighImportance, nro of such extrcmo ways Counoil, through tho appro local importanco of th construcpriate Stato highway department. tion of which has progressed to Forms havo been prepared for this such n point ns to causo serious purposo and a supply placed with hardship if tho construction or each stato highway department. No completion is postponded. manufacturer will furnish any road Tho Council is hopeful that tho building material until tho project selecllvo consideration of tho now has been approved by tho United highway and street construction States Highways Counoil. by tho township, county, and muagain urges that 2. Tho Council nicipal onioials, and, In turn, by new highways and strcol construc tho Stato highway departments, tion bo conllncd to tho most es will so materially elimlnnto Ihn loss sential needs. If this is done, essential projects as to mako it pos there will bo far greater probabil ror tho Counoil to render acity (bat tho work thus selected can sible tive aid on tho project it approves. bo promptly and effectively carried Tho aid contemplated will bo in Urn through to completion than if an form of such action, j,y tho othor ninount, far in excess of tho availto bo under fiovernrnent ngenoles involved, as able facilities, wcro will removo obstacles to tho speedy taken, completion of tlio projects. Counoil in passing upon the Tho "Somowhuro in Franco" projects which como boforo it will July 27, 1018 give first consideration to mainten ance, with a view to conserving all tho highways already completed, If It's Inio that nothing succeeds if possible. llko success, tho U. S. A. ought to Reconstruction will bo favorably put about 200 per cent of its quotn considered by tho Council only Inlo this next fund. Who.ro Yank-backing UNITED STATES HIGHWAYS COUNCIL Get to Berea Sept. 11 with $30 for First Payments, and $70 More ii Reach for 5 Half-Ter- m Installments. September 5, 1018. nm crrawt IN THE CASUALTY LIST 'I Sevan iMfBOVED l.WORM INICHUTIOHAL SOMMOOL lily It. 1 here J' li,i i' ' l t 'f Knicluh Kllila In tfcfl Moodr lnxlHulo nl I'hliaao.) in .). I 'in. hr Wmtim Krw-.- Lesson a UnWAIMI, D. IX, By thn path lie itrtl lo tread, rin re nro golden siinbotmi glowltlf Pirn tho brunches licud. All Ilin olej, fwonl. ii'Vc.iH pliwlness of Uin world tn- l'.i'i so well Sintr ajrroa tin- rninrnnl g.Sriien, From the elui where thrnahm arf girldi-- hliea irrining lo Uie boyi there they nnd tee cold B. D. CALLOWAY WHITBB water and warm, honeal friend- To Relatives nml Irtemla: ship; thfry arc entertained with I nm writing (hrse few line clean pictures, good music and helpful lecture ; everything it il'HH' lo make them hnfipv md to on- them In bo k 1 nildiers. Of i'iure the moil impnrtanl work of the Y.M.C.A. m pnai'lnng tho Ooapel nnd how the hoys do list- en! I never preached lo audiences who aeemed lo 'appreciate the story iiC .lesiw and Ills oe inure Mian tln"e lii'.ive boys who are willing lo die, if need be, to sine the world from the uiispcakalile Oerninns and they respond, too. I talked mie night to a company of coloreil soldiers (who, by the way, are some' f the b''-- t lighting men wo haei. nml at the elose, '.Vt or Ml climbed rpon Hie platform, nnd bowed in prayer, ami many of them signed the War Hull, which is Uie soldiers' declaration of faith. I preached again to a group of men who. were under the doctors' care, and 17 of tin in signed Hid War Hull. In tho Thursday imou Uilile classes they gave Hie best of interest und tho to any honest direct ap- ptoal was just as hearty and sincere, l'o sum up: 1 am glad to state, as my coowctiotis, that tho army is a good place for a boy a place in whioh ho can be good if he has tho least desire, to; and, on the other hand, a place ui which he will gut! into more trouble, and get into Uiatj trouble more quickly than any- -' where else, if he wants to bo bad. Wheu a man is good and clean and Christian and takes right hold.1 he is appreciated in Uie army. This' is provod by tho good record our' Oenm boys are muking. I saw quite a number while over there, and all are doing well, and seem to like it. I cannot remem- ber the names of all the boys 1 saw, but will mention , u few that, do remember as examples: Tho Fielder boys are going to take the Ofllcijrs' Training Course; David (son is in the Medical Department, well, und standing truo lo Christ; William Huberts, of the Vocational Department, is in tho Adjutant's Office, meeting now man, ami getUng them started right, and is doing line; Sol Fraxier, from John Poxes' "Kingdom Como" Crook, went home to join thu churoh, and then wenl into Iho army. Ho is now lop drill sergeant of Iho military Police, and so it goos. Kvcry Heron man l saw wus clean cut and also indugtrious and successful; and' I niado up my mind if wo could army keep on sending boys into-thto live for God and wear ofllcors' stripos for Undo Sam, Ucrca was doing her hit to hasten tho day of glorious victory and peace. 1 am proud to bo a worker in such an institution. ' to IJ.W.'S RECEIVE MaM., la. rf?u....ii - V ni let ynti know my nltiludi; toward army life, after a few days' ex- i e. STIFF SENTENCES - - e iiii iiietiniond last Monday ii. '.hi. ..tie liuii.li m nnd fhe strong, HAYWOOO OKT8 TWENTY YEARS .iii.I Hie jolliesl crowd pou ever IN PIN MANY COHORTS TO saw, because we are to have the dwell. At LESSON FOR SEPTEMBER 15 llrl. we thot thinirs ikIiI 1iiimI ti ahmiM (rrnw dark mourn, it MAKING CHRIST KNOWN TO THE WORLD. iM Ami imhira seeined. ."In' t I ' . if t. ! I', iunl I Willi mlaalorwry :II-- appllca- &I:1S. "UN TFXTB Mattbaw nn.l preach Hi 1. 1 him just ns w I.oviil him nn.l nil tho things he dreamed. inut ha1.'' lint the ri'ipm in aim is singlru N of jny nml irll'i'tno praixe. M irk l.i nr. in AL KKADINO-PhUlpt"I ur he dii'il. ' lie w mils nre i niKinc. ' To make helter nil earth's iluys; u nrilONAt. MATKKTAL FOrt vi'IICIM Mamtwra Ma. raalma M 3; "All we elieriKli ilenr, ho died for i; INinlal 111, I.uk i.i "All thai made him lovo tho world, ma l it; PMIIpplana 1:4-Junes "And in niiili'iii exaltation "('ur farewell bears.flagt unfurlod. I. The Disciple's Halation to tho World (Afntt. OHIO). wuild lie died to mnko more i lt saves with a definite lrorpese. "Pliefair 'I rli.i! iiclrr of (hi- - Mllijeet of the "Mm! Iiiwii'ire fair because hcdlml. .1 ii i It set forth In the Iteatltudcs. 1 Ii. :ies ii churned r which wilt wield "That's all mir part and ll' eniajgli, soul-hig"Heart-ilee- p, ,m lni net1. The whole mug of tnnn-- i and coun-- lr - liwn In tin- Serlptures to he in wide."- I.uoy Jeanno Price. ! ri'it r. nml tin- - whole world in dark-- . . The disciples an- - to live audi A MONTH AT CAMP TAYLOR v - :i will purify and enlkhten. By C. S. Knight uu-- i Ir are act forih I would lio untrue to my country i li' Inures of aalt, light, and a .mil the many who hnve ans, broth"Ye are the aalt of the earth" ers, sweethearts, and acquaintances, (v 10 in tiie army, if I did not pass on to s Is that which la opposed to cor-- r u, thri'iu.'li Hie columns of The It irevtnts thi' progress of :iti.cn, Komi' of the things I saw iipiLm. The properties of wit ore twenty-eig) pi iK'irntlng; ('J) Purifying: (3) and heard during tho huay days I was privileged lo spend I" 1! Itii.' "alt, the dlwclplee of Chriat in Hie great I'untonmcnt known n ri.i iM tn'tratr. purify, and preserve "Camp Tiilnr,'' near Louisville. I Seeing on every hand the ty. there on July 15th and f. corruption of hn'ianlty, our was met at the Hostess House r. uniistbility Is rK.irly set before us. .where all strangers are directed 'Ill' t'lirlKtlan ahiiuld not go Into no- - In if.i, by ii ue of its Y.M.Cj. work He iImuUI remain In the r who liik m Ui Headquarters rl.l .lit not be a ptirt of It Let ns I met Ir. Williams the 1k mi re thnt aa ault we do not loee our where aiiKeli"l who conducted our very christians rannwt do good nft r they cease being good. mieeesafiil revival last winter. 2 "Ye are th light of the world" As soon as Dr Willintns saw me, (v. 1 1). he asked me to go and help him in I. flit Illuminate and warn a. lta his work as religious secretary in Tlila world la cold Huildiiig No. 15.'; j: ft Is irulilnnce. and as there wns I'M dark. Many nre the pitfall and no objection, I found myself beliin enures set by the devil. Chriatlaus hli.uil't an lire, let their light no sMne. the desk that afternoon, very busy es to prevent" the unwary one) from Kiwuit out writing paper, selling f illltik- - Into them. They aiinuld guide tdamps, weighing parcel post pack 'In- - lost one of earth so that they may age, answering questions, and try flint th path that lead back iHHne to ing to say n kind word to the hoys. tin- Heavenly Father's house. The .crowd was not largo for the X Tin- - city aft on n hill (v. 1 1). boys nre 1'y n city la suggested n gorerument-n- l llrfl few days, beenuso the Chrlatla'a clinrac-tc- r usually transferred from tho Depot nnd social order. iiinl service, should ho so n to give Hrigaile after three or four weeks city. tho Influence of tho f trniniiip. nml moat of them liavo Christianity wns not Intended to he pone; but a grent crowd of othors hl'Mrn, hut tn ho made so conspicuous MMiii came to take their places, nnd us not to ho hldihui. tho ere ml objee-tlv- o we hud more limit n plenty lo do, to clorlfy Ood the llonvenly liclnc and snob interesting work it wns, TnlluT (v. 10). w i. . ii. i i i.n TKXT--- " y Roapal Into an tlx to (vary Una I H-- ii i h, - -- . . i ht 1 importunity to IWit fur the rights of tho world and democracy, and Hie flap Hint has always won. We arnvit m ramp ulmtit sit Mi.ml.iy ninlit, and then i.'eliick w ere led to Hi" ili'i'i't tit iKiide where we were nm-i- i a small examina- ti"ii. and then to tho mess hall where we got our supper. On riiesiln inoriiiiiK we had our linal i';illiii):il ii.n. ami now we are ilnlliiiK every day lo prepare r the Huns. I hope thai while the boys are fighting, our mothers will pray for their sons in the trenches, lhat they may bring home a victory; and when tho day of judgment comes, nnd the Lord plants ntigels on the fmir corners of the earth; and iiru-blows that mighty horn; ami it sounds so Ininl thai it wakes Hi" ileud, and the Lord steps out of thai mighty tabernacle where the dome is engraved with democracy; and picks out the boy) who havo been fighting for the right; and passes tn,'ni 'n: anl takf' the Kaiser and his autocracy and throws them to the lowest pit in hell, and closes the lid down forever then I'll come back to you. From a loyal friend, B. I). Galloway f'-l OO IRHINO THE gJARS. Fine 8f $20,000 Eich Also Is Per Trying to In pfdc Ur',.-- 8 in m War Smaller Fry Ar Given er Sentences, Western Nwpip.r fni.n Nis f- -i I, "m. Chicago. William P. H.i.vw crowni-- l km.:" ni ih. Indus: rial Winknr.il, ir H of his ers of Uie Hides in ilie ..ley to merluni the Amerii ,m u.ir ,.. groin, eie sen ,u lie Federal IV teheed tu U Kan., b ut i Federal Jud'e K. M. .nml I. upon :!3 ol m i)tviir?M vi re i r i tli? organisations leaders, llxewiu h 'litem i s on .".:, . 'i.and one l.t y on 12 defenil.-iimid mi t nee on llie nih.rs Cases auiinn. CIlff'Hiio wi'idr Iienjnmlll fidinn.il-Vallej, 111 and I'leiro Xi;i,i, were continue.. ' i.ntuel Ke, uu o gnnlzer, of i'.uh.n.,, N. V., nlio ,u penred In ('nun u.Hnhi; a red llu V., on his our symbol of the I v lupt-l- , hud n it iiiiiovud It when cam-i- l for sentence. Ho was among Uio.-- e Kenjuniln Fletcher, given 20 yeurs. Philadelphia, the only colored member on trial, grinned broadly when he w;t sentenced to 10 years. He wns being led away when he remarked: "JinW'if IjuullM Is using jmor Kngllsh loilay His sentences are too long." The next batch were given sentences of Ave years nrul. lined $.,ooo on each of the four counts. They were : Arthur l?ooe, Tulsa, Oklu. ; Ted Frnser, Minneapolis; .1. T. Huron, Wash.; John M. Fuss, Seattle; t It. Griftm, Seat tie; Wlllami T:ime-rt'hlingo; Frank U i sterlmnl, iMilnth, I ii.-4 b Klnnnn, Suit Lake i'Iij: I.c-Stin Josp, fill.; loins I'u ntl, Snn Fmne - .. w, i.,,s ' I'lalm. ( In, ,- i- i; V V. '. 1'i.bi : ii r, r.,h. 0'Hrii er. '.. c.iii.er. s. i ,ni,,n, M Tn. v.. Meiuile: olio i; An-- '. rum, I'ii.' ftwit. ; JatMi . I..' ,,(f, W. H. Lewis, i.lnbe, II Jfunnl, :. r. no, Ariz.: .tin i. Mei arthy, Mum. in,i!8, ''nl. : 1'Ium n'v. Ar, nnd K .1 .1 i.i The folli.x r- - .ife seiiti X .veins' mi.i - tn nt and fined ". ')0 . ntl be nt. it) the nt 111 je-s' ii. ;,r ihui Nun, in,ieiit ami i mini two J enr nil the lli'i ,l nni-ilit nml "'In ' line. ,iml n.i lio ,11's' finirtli eount 10 n.i nt and siliMMKI :lne, atenees lo run n- - Oyi1.. iiuir, i:.. ui.h.i I Joy it, p.. nl. mil, on. ; .ii i,.ii l. , hi ji '. fg, iTy ko, : 'ns.-I'MI- I bi VnL'i-li-.- I -- n.-- i -- I 111 i l 8- i ' . i iis I Ten-.e.i- . leu-da- , ('. V. !aN. .kitne: .T. If r. : .Iniin I. IVirtbind; '. H l!ii '. Turner, Sn.k-melbert It t'r iin "r, Scniiiton. I'n. f.l..lm .Martin, Si, I, e; Fred .Tiinkkolii, 1' iiiuli; .Fnseph J i i'Iiuiilm: l:.".'iior J I insuu i 'li. ago ; Chillies Avlit gU, San Fram - n; .T. !. J. ttntirg. Mm' mi polls; Sl:il1ilark, .Tm ksnm ,i.-- Texas; Ale .!er I'otirnns, Hiimii. S. P.; IMw.ml K. I'lilli-il- . I sires. Fleti lnr, 'iililii ; I'.en Islnirg, l'hil.ileli!ila : In H Law, l'a. : Hurt I.nri.in. t'hleairo: .T. A. Seattle; I'rnnels Miller. , Poi-tl.in: i Pmv-idenee, uriviith : n, . Uane: Vim ei,' Si John. Jm arlld.i. Tf. II.; S. P. 'I 1m. nm on, Senttle; Tnhn Wnlsh, IMill iilelt.li a ; John t'.ineber, Ietroit ; S.sl'n Id Rtenberg. Minne-npoll. Port in nd. Ore.; Peter Kdward Hiitnllion, Chicago: Jamei Sloxlsk, Clce! John lliildatal. New Yoik; I'hnrles Itennett, I'ortl-indOre.; Archie Sinclair, Minneapolis. -: n. Iike I.: flnnw City, t'lnli Hon II. : H. SI I'ei:, Silt S s; j WORD FttOM THE BEP.EA BOYS AT FORT SHERIDAN r u. "Just a line afk-- having received our second inoculation ("shot"). Wo alt went through it U.K. with no fainting. We are off now for thirty-- l six hours to recuperate. So I am spending my recuperating lime ip sending a few letters to my old friend, IJeren, and home. This game ler writing scema a one-sidwith mo all going out and nuiio coming in. We five are doing splendidly in consideration lhat many hero havo had one or two years training; already. Wo havo our uniforms ami rifles, and o.xpeot lo go on sontry duty before long. Wo also soon expect to go on tho riflo range. Would you be so kind as to place the following want ad," or somo- thing similar, in your paper and thnuksl WANTED somcono. lo correspond to, black or white, oither sex, any age, blond or brunette. Time: At once. For furthor particulars call on or write: Uurca Boys, Co. 21, S.A.T.C., Fort Sherdian, 111 Cordially, Jasper W. Redden let-doi- ng ed a, , li'nn. Pi- S ' i'i. Good Advle to Wom-your feet. Do not be afraid to Sit down at your work vrhencver you win; a chair In the kitchen is a great nil day foot eonserver. On ni.-long upon two feet without in.lurv. but ennnot stand perfectly still, as when paring the dinner vegetables. Ironing the small pieces, etc., for a quarter of nn hour without a crippling degrco of fatigue nnd n risk of serious Injury to the feet. Chlcngo Pnlly Newt. tst i l ' SUNDAY PROGRAM WITH GREAT CONCERT WILL OPEN STATE FAIR ' hlll-llfte- d II. The Diiclplea' Commission (.Matt. 2S: 1. Wlmt It l (v. IS). It la to teach, to mnko dliclplc. Clirlat'a dentil on tho cross n Mil triumphant resurrection provided anlrntlon for tho world, find fo loved tho world thnt he envo hN only licgntten Son. that whosoever helleveth In lilm Fhoiihl not perish, hut have cvorlnstlnR life" (John 3:10). Thla fneiit fnct tnuat ho proclaimed to tho world. The ureiit commission la hacked by the urgency of human need nnd ill vine lovo nnd compnsslon for this need. Tho disciples nre to nd minister lmptlem In the name of tho Trinity to those who believe, nnd tench them to observe all things which Christ commnnded. 2. Its scope nil nntlons (v. 10). It Is ns wide ns the world, nnd this obli gation lasts until nil the world Is cvnn gellzed. 3. Its sustaining power "nil power is given" (r. 18). The divine energy Is hnck of nil thoso who go. Since ho is with thoso who go tho enterprlso ennnot fall. Opposition of tho devil, slcknens nnd dentb ennnot thwnrt, he- cuuso It Is bneked by dlvlno energy, I. The superintending providence "I nm with you" (v. 20). d Though tho disciples mny bo far nnd wide, the dlvlno Christ Is nlwnys present to comfort, guldo nnd sustnln. This presenco Is gunrnn-tee- d to tho end of tho nge. III. Paul called to Macedonia to Preach (Acts lOUMfi). Whllo 1. Clrcumstnncea of (vv. pushing on the work of evnngollrntlon on his second missionary Journey, tho Spirit forbade Pnul to preach further In Asln. Hoors being thus closed, there wns nothing to do but to go down to Troas. Tho guldnnco of tho Spirit Is us much by closing doors ns opening them. 2. How cnlled (w. It wns by vision of n rann from Macedonia sujing: "Como over nnd help us." 3. What cnlled to do (v. 10). 4. First-fruit- s of I'uul's ministry In Kuropo (vv. 14, 15). sent-tere). too. Love of the Father. father nnd I nm Ids child. Ho bus n father's heart, nnd I enn count on tho tender nffectlons of thnt henrt In tho midst of nil my fccblo-nes- s nnd need. Ho loves mo not of what I nm nblo to do, but I am his child. Mcintosh. Clod Is my Word of God. Tho word of Clod will stand n thousand readings; nnd ho who linn gono over It most frequently Is tho surost of finding new wondcra tuexo. J. Hamilton. Tho thing that impressed me most forcibly was tho wonderful transformation tho army is ablo to ef LINES FROM FRANCE fect in the man in a slnglo week By an Academy They arrivo In camp by hundreds Boy dressed in all styles of clothes, and neither looking nor acting much Cuckoo is Armor slang for Nolo: alike; and then they arc put in daft, foolish, mentally deficient. uniform nnd by that ono act Iho millionaro's son and tho plowlioy If you think this land's moro are redured to an exact equality; stately, moro wonder.ful, more from Hint moment on it is a fair great Held and no favors. If a man has it Than the mountains, plains and in him and will work hard nnd toko valleys of tho good old U. S an interest in what ho is told to State, do, ho has a good chance lo becomo You're cuckoo a corporal, and later a sergeant; If you think this sky is clearer, is but if he does not tako hold, ho has fairer more bluo an equally good chanco to ho called Than that of our America with all down, or otherwise nvndo to rcalizo its glorious hue "when n nation's life's at hazard, You'ro cuckoo. wo've no limn lo think of tho feel If you think theso dark-hairings of individual men." maidens, or demoiselles s'il vous After they get Iho uniform, thoy plait nre taught to march. Hour after Can tako tho placo of blue-eyhour they tramp Iho streets and Joan, of Stella, or of winsomo drill grounds, keeping slop to tho May, left, right, left, right! or ono, two, You'ro cuckoo. three, four, of tho ofilcers. It Is If you think thoir horames of splendid training, and gives ono an sturdincss, thoir fommes, and nppetito for tho good, wholcsomo grand'meres too, food which Undo Sam feeds Ills Surpass tho stuff that gave us birth boys In khaki. Tho food is first-clas- s, and tho stuff that now rings and plenty of it; and most of true, Iho linys gain in weight right from You'ro cuckoo. tho start. Besides tho marching, Hut if you'd brag when, by timely they nro given "setting up" exer birth, nurture, nnd privilcgo cise; and for an hour or two each nlso, afternoon ovcrypody has to play You'vo been reared In n land void games medicino hall, tug of war, of ago, freo from custom then, hull in Iho ring, relay races, and moro so nil sorts of things to koep them You'ro cuckoo. happy, toughen their muscles, and In France L. L. Fenwick quicken their nctlons. In short, to givo Ihom "snap," ns tho officers IN A LETTER TO TIIE CITIZEN say. C. C. Degman Says Afler supper, tho boys crowd tho "Wo aro packing up again, and wo Y.M.C.A. huts. They play on tho hopo wo will 'go ovor' this time piano, run tho talklng-machlnlook over Iho magazines and papers, out wo don't know. Our instructions plav checkers and sing songs, and, aro, to Mavo all our mail sent hero of course, wrilo letters. Tho Y.M. and it will bo forwarded on to us. n... furnishes paper, onvolopcs, pons "Wo aro fit as a flddlo nnd strain and ink. free, and how thoy do wrilo ing at tho collar to get at tho 'Hun.' one. threo. flvo or moro' loiters So till further notice, my address each, to mothers, and fathers, and is: sweethenrls. Ono day wo sold ovor Dogman, C. 0., Co. 3, 1th IHn. U. S. O., Washington Artillery Hall, $3.10 worth of stamps and had a Now Orleans, La. U. S. mail hag full of loiters and post cards, to tho folks hack homo. PATRIOTS WILL REGISTER Tho Y.M.fLA. is a kind of a homo OTHERS MUST SEPT 12 ed ed o, BIG BASE CAPTURED from Page One) ed on threo sides, fiuT houses trans s nnd bristling formed Into with mnchlno guns nre holding up the French for the moiuent. Tho enemy nlso Is holding fust on tho heights of Cntlgny. There is very severe fighting ut many places. Oenernl Humbert's nrmy hns crossed n road nenr Scrmnlie, tho two miles north of Noyon, hut tho Germans nro energetically defending tho hills to the east. KAISER'S (Continued block-houseItoyo-Noyo- British Capture More Towns. With the Hrltlsh Army In Plcnrdy, Aug. 30. Hrltlsh troops have cap tured Hnrdecourt mid Iloulllers. n lit tie more than four miles west of Pe- ronne, nnd have pushed their lines to more than live miles beyond tho old MIDWAY AT STATE FAIR 10,000 ENGAGE IN CLUB WORK Hlndenhurg line, nt some points. In the advance they seized elnbornto ce The Midway of a fair Is where the Boys and girls in Kentucky to tho ment trenches nnd enormous dugouts people play and tho Midway of the number of 10,000 nro engaged In Club nbandonod by the enemy. 1918 Kentucky Stato Fair, to be held Work, which includes pig, corn, calf, Capture 26,000 Hunt. In Louisville the week of September and poultry raising, added to which Is gives promlso of being one of tho canning tor tho girls. flennan counter-nttnek- s enst nnd Exhibits of the southeast of east of most thoroughly delightful, amusing war time Industry of these youngsters and diversified "Pathways of Pleasuro" Bolry nnd In tho vicinity of Gnvrelle, who, in keeping with the million or villages to tho enst of Arnrs, have that Stato Fair crowds have over at- more children throughout the country unalloyed enjoy dovotlng tended. Guarantee of been repulsed, according to tho themselves to service, will statement Issued at tho war qf. ment Is offered In the fact that the be made at the Kentucky Stato Fair, street will be manned on either side to bo held In Louisville tho week of flee. South of the Sommo Hrltlsh forces by the great array of fea'uro shows Septcmbor Over $1,000 has been nro keeping up their pressure ngnlnst touring under the Johnny J. Jones ban offered In prizes and a number of spener. Every one posted In regard to cial premiums listed, among the most the enemy nnd nro ndvnnclng eastward. Since August 21 tho Hrltlsh Midway attractions is aware of the Interesting of which Is Governor Stan have tnken 20,000 prisoners nnd 100 fact that there. Is no Midway organlza ley's proffer of threo pure-breTarn tlon In the country which can boast worth pigs to tho winner ot the pis guns. a better, cleaner or brighter line-u-p of club work for 1918. They will be on Artillery Duels on Somme. than the Johnny J. Jones Purls, Aug. 30. Violent artillery en array, and the "Pike" of 1918 Is, there- exhibition at tho Fair In an ornately booth and will be hotly congagements along tho Sommo front are t sec decorated fore, certain to bo a reported in the otllclnl statement Is tion of the Fair. Hero the shows will tested for. sued nt tho wnr olllce. present fronts of dazzling gold and Hunt Fight Hard for Noyon. The total aggregato of Dremlum myriad colors, toppod by flags and banFrench Headiiunrtcrs In France, ners and pennants and gay with tho monoy listed In tho catalogue for the Aug. 30. Tho Oermnns put up n bit- quips and quirks of the "barkers" and 1918 Kentucky Stato Fair to bo held ter light for possession of Noyon nnd tho many bands which distinguish tho In Louisville the week ot September had strong Intrenched mnchlno gun po- Jones' array. Is $78,000. It has been decidFrom the great wild sitions on the southern nnd western animal exhibit which beads the list of ed by the Kentucky State Fair manoutskirts. The French successfully twenty-twJones shows to the village agement to pay all prize moneys ot outflanked Pornuerlcourt mountain, of Lilliputians, who demonstrate their J5 and less In Thrift Stamps and War west of Noyon. clovcrness by remarkablo perform- Savings Stamps, and thoso receiving ances, the Jonos shows aro supreme In premiums In amounts over $5 will odl-cla- l d s much-sougho sixteenth annual Kentucky State Fair, in Louisville, on Monday, September 9. The big show Itself will be all ready In gala attire for tho launching on Monday, and few could want a more picturesque sight than the great exorder hibition as It rests In for the activities of tho week days. Tho myriads of departments and shows will be ready for tho review of the crowds and the awarding of premiums; the decorations will be at their crisp-est- ; tho stock placidly In line; tho amusement features available to the cap-a-pi- e i.. massed lhree uunured chorus, an elaborato sacred concert by Tlwiu's Bind of forty accomplished musicians, a wonderful program of vocal specialties by the stars of international repute who are connected with the band, as well as a number of singers claiming Loulsvlllo as home, and two spectacular, thrilling s avlatrix, flights by tho Huth Law, aro somo of the features scheduled for the grand Sunday Concert celebration, September 8, which will precede the official opening of tho well-know- n world-famou- vie vis.turs, a.iu the whole as spick ami span as a regiment on parade. The concert which will bo offered by Thaviu's Band, his vocal stars and tho feature singers of the Louisville Jubilate Choral Association will be an elaborato affair. Splendid In arranging tho attraction has been given tho Fair by Fred. O. Neutzel, ono of Louisville's singers and music patrons, and the voices to figure In the Jubilate Chorus will Include such noted singers as Flora Marguerite best-know- n Marie Sledfried, Leo SandO. Neutzel. The flights of Ituth Law will be two In number on Sunday, as well as twlco dally on the week days of the Fair. Miss Law, who has won world-widfame by reason of her aerial work, as well as by the splendid service she has rendered the United States Government In enlistment campaigns and Red Cross crusades, will give what prom- rises to bo the most thrilling exhibition of her career. She will go after tho altitude record and will attempt to outdo even her own dizzy score In looping-the-loo- Dcrtcllo, man and Fred e Looks Are What Count. "You must bo crury, Isabel. I've naked you repeatedly to bo economical nnd yet you go find order tho most expensive fur coat In the shop." "Well, I don't mind being economical, but I do object to looking economical." Life. class and Interest. It Is the Jones policy to includo everything any other can boast and to keep Midway line-uwell In the ran of tho balance of the purveyors, and by this policy It Is claimed that visitors to tho Midway this year will be regaled with novelties sad features never witnessed In a Midway before. 25 ings Stamps and Thrift Stamps. By reason ot this plan It Is estlmatod that approximately $35,000 of tho premium ot the sums In War Sav- awards tor the Kentucky State Fair ot 1918 will bo (mid In War Savings and Thrift Stamps, and tho war budget ot tho Government be Increased Spring Comes But Once a Year "As a Man Soweth So Shall He Also Reap." Pago Eight. TUB CITIZEN September 5, 1018. East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else Nororrraponilrnrc publlthrd unlen tlitnr.1 In full fcy the writer. The name It not for nnbllf ntlon, but at n TMtnce of food faith. WriU pUlnljr. ESTILL COUNTY Locust Branch Locust Unwell, Sept. 1. Tlio people hero were pleased to seo tho good rain which fell last Monday, Married on the 20th, the- 20tli Mis Lillio Christman, of Panola, and Shell Hose, of Ohio. They left, Thursday, for Ohio, where they will make their futuro home. Miss Dorothy Richardson visited her sister, Mrs. Beo Gentry, for a few day last week Mr. and Mrs. Lithe Hicknell visited her brother at Hear Wallow last week. EarnestvlUe Earncstville, Aug. 243. The Teachers' Association at Moorcs, Saturday, was auito a success; most of tho teachers wcro present. Every one seemed to enjoy tho speaking which was dono mostly by tho school chilP. M. dren. Fryo gave a vory Interesting talk on Agriculture; also Palmer Scott, one of our old teachers, now working for Undo Sam, gave a very lit toresting talk on War Savings Stamps and Hed Cross societies. Miss Ida Bowman has returned from a visit with relatives on Sturgeon. M. W. Jackson, who has been working in Ohio, is the welcome visitor at the home of C. F. Gabbard, thU week. James McQueen gave tho young folks a pio supper, Saturday night. Eleven pics were sold to the amount of $11.55. The proceeds are to be given to the Hed Cross to help our boys in tho trenches. A number of Island Creek boys and girls attended tho Association at Moorcs, Saturday. Miss Mollic Moore visited friends on Island Creek, Saturday and Sunday. Tho Oddfellows of Travelers Rest arc planning on a big day the 1 itb of September. Tho Orphan Band boys of Lexington arc coming. Everybody invited to come. will 8on an old fashioned broom standing In tho corner. J. B. Singleton Is in from Illinois, where ha has been farming for four years. Mrs. Molllo Singleton starts for Hamilton, September 2, on a visit. Malcom 31. Tho much needed rain fell last night, and tho outlook is much brighter. There Is an epidemic of flux In this vicinity, Malcom, August Beattyville on. Part of this tract is now in corn and the rest in tobacco. Boattyville, Aug. 31. The drought of several weeks was broken in this The second tract consists of about 100 acres and lies directly on the Wallaceton pike County, Friday night, by an all mile from the city limits of Berea. About 20 acres of this tract it in corn, the night rain; crops were damaged and and about pastures dried up in several places. rest in timber. In a few places work in the oil The third tract consists of about 54 or 55 acres and lies on the same pike as tract fields was stopped, owing to lack of water. C. E. Tyree, County At- number two but nearer to town and adjacent to town. This tract is very desirable. torney, was in Irvine,-severa- l days This land will be sold by the acre and above named tracts will be surveyed to each of our boys last week. Twenty-si- x left here last Monday for Camp Tay- respective purchaser. lor, which leaves only cloven num GARRARD COUNTY The whole is a splendid farm and a desirable home and a good place to make money ber one men in the 1017 draft, and Paint Lick 75 in the draft of 1018, of first class and school conditions no better in the state. Paint Lick, August 31. Rev. Win. men. Wilgus Gabbard, of Tallega, TERMS: As this land is being sold subject to a master commissioner's lien and to Thompson, wife, two daughters, and was in town, Saturday, on business. divide a partnership between ourselves, same will be sold for cash. baby buy, of Plainville, 'Indiana', Another new well, on the waters arc visiting his father, J. T. Thomps of Big Sinking Creek, came in a son. Rev. C. C. VanWinklo and ago, and was reported to be family, of Vanceburg, wero the week a 300 barrel well. C. H. Hiorony- end guests of W. W. West and fammous, the hustling merchant and ily. Mr. VanWinklo preached at farmer, of Monica, was' in town the Christian Church in Berca, SunOWSLEY COUNTY Saturday; he reports business good day morning, then here Island City in that sectfon of the County, and at night. Tho Garrard 'County InCity, August 31. We had crops fine. stitute was held in Lancaster last Island the training camps, others to be on the week. Several teachers from this a very severe storm hero at tho shipyards, and other eve of August 20th, doing some damMADISON COUNTY place attended. Miss Ethel Estridgc to service. industries relativo ages to corn. Lightning struck Coyle leaves soon for Harlan County, where Dan Baker's barn, in Clay County, Coyle, Aug. 31. Tho drought was Among those in this vicinity wero she will teach. A. B. Wynn restorm, burning down his broken last Monday with a good Carlos and Schuyler Johnson Young turned home, Thursday, from Har- during the 9-1barn and two bay slacks and injur- shower, which was needed very men, now is your opportuity, and 4 lan, where bo had been visiting ing threo men who wero taking badly. W. A. Winkler is very poor- the only way to take advantago of relatives. Miss Eva May Conn and the time ly with heart trouble and lung it is simplo fidelity to each day's Cliarlio Graves eloped to Jcllico, shelter under the barn at of the storm. Sherman Gentry has trouble. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Witt duties. There never was a time in Tennessee, last week, and were typhoid fever at present. Dr. Tye and children havo been spending a history so auspicious as tho preGRAND SUNDAY PRELIMINARY PROGRAM married. W. B. Lackey sold his is his attending physician. Robert few days with Mr. and Mrs. Mil- senta chance to develop and arise; farm to Maurice Green. Harry a chanco to do and bo gathers t Xorris lost a good mare, recently, lard Winkler. Millard Winkler. Jr., Thavlu's Band of 1st Wsrid Fmm4 Claud Kidd, Jack Rogers, by being struck with a whip, which and sister havo been visiting their richly about tho soul when It Chorus f 300 Voles Elias Brandenberg wero in tho and Everything decaused her to go backward over a uncle. Millard Winkler. Mr. and has to suffer. liunch that left this county Monday Tws Flights by Ruth Law high bank The slave mill is not Mrs. John Murray and Mr. and Mrs. pends upon which way wo turn, for training camp at Louisville. rjmning at present on account of Charley Stephens, of Illinois, spent ir wo turn to God, Ho will make the (98,000.00 .Mrs. W. C. Haley was the guest of S7aVS90uM Total Premiums needed repairs, which wilj probably Thursday with Mr. Willie Mundy hour of suffering tho hour of our Iier mother, Mrs. J. T. Thompson, HOOOXO Baaf Cattla Show ttddli Horaa Stale MjmM bo hero in a few days. H. D. Peters and family. They left for their greatest strength and joy. a few days. A message camo to Mr. SIOOOOO SIOtMSuOS Fattod and Faadlng Cattla Show leased the old field .above Graded home, Friday. Cecil Hendrick had Harts and Mrs. Sam Schooler, at Hyatts-vill- e, School house, recently, for $2,525.00. nice pony kicked by a horse, a Harts, September 2. The rain that thoir son, Herbert, who RUTH LAW AUTO POLO AUTOMOMLI RACKS The oil men have struck oil again, Thursday, and her leg was broken which recently fell has helped is somewhere in France, had been Sport Thrlllar Aarlal Qun Worlifa Crack Drtvara about 150 yards southwest up tho Earl Kimberlin, of Dreyfus, spent everything very much. Wo wero so seriously wounded. creek from present well; its capacity last Saturday night with Dewey thankful to seo tho good rain. Magnificent Ml day Da Lax Hlaaodrama Show Saaalal R. R. Ra is not known at present. We are Powell. Dewey Powell, Gilbert and Dixie Highway is looking lino; they COUNTY ROCKCASTLE suro in an oil field, but don't know Cecil Jlendrick attended meeting at say it will bo finished in two moro taad) far Catalaffwa reunt T. K Cooksburg who will be tho lucky ono to bo tho Goodloe'8 Chapel, Friday night. a04 Raaublla Sulldlnf, Laatavllta, Ky. weeks, to tho top of Scaffold Cano Cooksburg, August 31. Mr. and proprietor Blue Lick of. tho gusher. Mr. and Hill. Wo miss our Sunday-schoMrs. M. A. Vanzant's baby has been Mrs. Carl Knox became tho parents Blue Lick, Sept. 1. Goodbyo sum- boys so much, who had to go to very sick with cramp, but is im- of a fine girl baby, August 2Uh. mer, welcome "magnificent autumn." Camp Taylor, August 20. Among proving Wo are having somo very Christened Dellat Mario The trus Septeniber asserted her royal claim them wero: Bradley and Oscar cool nights. Sad news has reached tee of our graded school leased the and privilego the first day of her ad- Lakes, Tom McQueen, Clearance tho relatives of Elijah Mullins, who graded school lot containing four vent. Sho camo with all tho garAnderson, Bill Wren. They wero has lost his lifo in Franco, lighting acres, ono day last week, for $250. risons, forts, and guards, that usher workers. our regular Sunday-schoSingleton for our liberty. D. W. Several of tho hoys aro return- a conqueror, and preserves her do- Wo hopo their return soon. Miss was among friends at Orlando the ing from factories because of not be- minions in safety against further Ella E. Lake, of Lono Oak, Rock-cast- lo BOND ANNVILLE, KY. first of tho weok. David Singleton, ing willing to pledgo themselves for invasion by the enemy. Instead of County, visited homo folks, who was teaching tho Crooked Creek ono year to work. Preparations are Bryant's dirgo to tho "melancholy Saturday until Monday. Mrs. J. E. school, resigned, and Miss Marg being made to build an old Baptist days," wo prefer Longfellows grand Hammond and baby, Lewis Davis, aret Singleton is finishing tho term. Church at our place. If it will bring ovation. It is in tuno with tho spent a few days with homo folks A revival begins at tho Poplar Gap tho people to Christ, wo liopo it spirit of war now brooding over last of this week. Walker Mcllono Baptist Church, Sept. 4th, and wo may bo completed soon. Thero is a tho land. "Ho comes as a warrior will leavo for Hamilton, Ohio, soon, I know you want to attend this fair. It is where hope much good may be dono at tho representative for Tho Citizen at tho stain of blood on His brazen to mako his homo. the mountain folk meet with the people from meetings Wo aro glad to say that Rev. mail. His crimson scarf rent, His our place, Pleaso call on tho tho morchants can quit ordering A. D. Bowman and he will send In scarlet banner dripping with goro." other sections of Kentucky for three days of JACKSON COUNTY ovory brooms from tho factory, for pleasure and satisfaction. I crops Tho tobacco Royal autumn Kerby Knob woman on Crooked Creek has raised PATRIOTS WILL REGISTER-OTHERhavo been changed from their Kerby Knob, Sopt. 1. A series of New Track, new buildings and Floral Hall you her own broom corn, and when MUST SEPT 12 withered condition to luxurious meetings wcro held nt tho Baptist and Attractive Premium List. Excursion from happen into any of tho homes, you growth, as if by magic, since, Church last week, conducted by tho London and East Bernstadt each day of fair. tho copious rains; also cow peas and llovs. Cornell, VanWinklo and W. J. Prospects fine for best fair in Kentucky. Come pastures aro growing afresh, in- Powell. Baptismal sorvlcos wcro to the mountains for a rest and you will never creasing tho milk supply and post- held Sunday. Myrllo Click reponing necessity of early feeding. regret attending this fair where Old Fashioned turned to Lexington, Monday afT. J. Flanery sold a lot or cattle last ter a weeks' visit with homo folks. hospitality exists. week to Baylus Wilson, nt 8 cents Kerby, J. D. Hatfield, William Good Light Bread and Biscuit per lb. T. J. Flanery and W. A. and J. U. Click attended Circuit be made from can Johnson motored to Richmond today Court at McKco last week. Born In WRITE FOR CATALOG to attend court now in session tho homo of N. B. Williams, August Bill Evans was baptized at Silver 21th, a girl, named Vola May. Silas Creek bridge, Sunday evening. Ho Wyld, of Clover Bottom, and Pearl Wm. Dunagan, Sec. W. R. Reynolds, Pres. united with tho Glades Church dur(Ceattaoid ea Ttft m) Quito a Order a sack from your Grocer and be Convinced ing tho recent revival. WILL REGISTER PATRIOTS number of young men left this secOTHERS MUST SEPT 12 tion during tho past week somo for -2 ss few-day- with several deaths among tho in Miss Lula fonts and children. Thomas is improving, Tho llov, James Scott spent Saturday night with the Itcv. J. II. Browning. Bro. Scott is the district evangelist, and is holding a revival meeting at Pino Grove. The annual meeting, formerly held on tho second Friday, Saturday, and Sunday in October, will be held tho Gilt, 7th, and 8th of September, at .Mount Olivet this year; all are invited to attend. Married, at the homo of the Rev J. II. Browning, Leon Young to Miss Nellie Hold. Henry Brewster purchased a horse from Frank Clark last week. Frank Clarke, of Livingston, has been visiting friends and relatives at this place. Miss Mary McDaniel has returned from visiting at Bond, Mrs. Elisa Browning and littlo Reba Pennington have returned from an extended visit with friends and relatives at Bcrea and Irvine. G. W. Browning just returned from a short visit with Mi sister, Mrs. S. E. Young, of Pittsburg. Mrs. Rebecca Browning has just received the sad news that her youngest son. Sergeant Benjamin F. Browning, quietly departed this life, July 19th, in the American Red Cross hospital just back of the firing lines, in France. His commanding officer writes that he was a flrst-clasergeant, and we hato to give him up; ho also states that Benjamin was buried, with religious services, in a pretty cemetery, and that his remains will be taken up and sent back homo to be buried in bis homo cemetery, after the war is over. We, his homo folks, regret to give him up also, but his motto was, "greater love hath no man than this that a man lay down his lifo for his friends." your subscription. Tho prlco of tho paper is $1.50. Sturgaon Sturgeon, Sept, 2. County Agent P. Millard Fryo and Rev. S. C. Press-noi- l, General-Secretaof Owsley County's Sunday Schools, addressed a good audience at Royal Oak school house, Thursday. Wo are glad to havo our friend and neighbor, Herman Mahaffey, of tho Louis-vin- o Medical College, homo again. Mr. MahalToy, with his trained mind, OF heart, and hand, has considerable opportunity and unlimited possibility to do service of great valuo for Eastern Kentucky Messrs. Kenneth and F. F. McCollum passed here, Friday, enroute to Richmond and Be-rfor a weeks' visit. Messrs. HoWE WILL ON lier and J. F. Wilson and Luther Pier-so-n sold Creech and Wilson n nico hunch of hogs this week. Sheriff Green B. Wilson and others passed here, Wednesday, enroute to Richmond, with two large herds of choice mountain cattle. This vicinity still AT 2 O'CLOCK P.M. ON THE PREMISES has cattle and mules for sale. Crops aro much improved by this weeks' continued, soaking rains. llov. E. II. Overloy, presiding elder Offer at public auction our farm known as the Reuben Kirby homestead, now belonging to of the M. E. Church, passed here U. S. Wyatt and Dr. P. Cornelius, consisting of 193 acres, less 9 acres now belonging to Thursday, enroute to Cannon's Chap-t- o John Fowler, at Berea, Madison County, Ky. This is one of the most desirable farms in the hold a prolracted meeting. Wo are glad to learn of a singing school, community because of its location. Improvements consist of a good six room frame house at Cannon's Chapel, that will and one of the best large stock barns in the community and all other necessary out buUd-ing- s. next nine these be conducted The place is well watered by wells, springs and ponds. The farm is located on the Sundays. The three canning Wnllfif.nl-nilrw nilifirmif tn tlm tmvil nf Rwrwo In nnsv ti'filUnrr ,l!tt:illr--, fnr rdiilflrnn crr- factories and several home can Free school and church within ten minutes walk of the farm. neries of this vicinity are actively ing to college. engaged with tomatoes, corn, beans, The place is susceptible of division and will first be offered in three tracts and then as and apples. Thousands of gallons a whole and the bid accepted which realizes the most money. have already been saved. This evidently means a new epoch for The first tract to be offered consists of about sixty acres with house and all improveOwsley County. ments fronting on a dirt road which is one of the streets to Berea. A number of city lots ry Public Auction Madison County Farm Lands Saturday, September 14, 1918 oa LEE COUNTY have been sold adjacent to this tract on this road with good substantial citizens living there- U. S. WYATT & DR. P. CORNELIUS Berea, Kentucky ed Kentucky State Fair Louisvill September SEPTEMBER 8 40 Mo ol ol .JACKSON COUNTY FAIR September 19, 20, 21, 1918 S Save Wheat for Our Soldiers POTTS' RYE FLOUR