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Citizen (Berea, Ky.): September 19, 1918 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1918 cit1918091901_sn85052076 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Citizen (Berea, Ky.): September 19, 1918 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1918 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. PRESIDENT'S HEREA COMP liEl? E A COLLEGE KY OFFICE BEREA Kntmd at PUBLISHING at Itirra, CO. (INCORPORATED) WM. C. FROST, Editor-ln-ChIA Pnttoffic KV. " conH Vdl. XX. Flvo Cents Per Copy. Devoted to the Interests of tlie 3WEoirita,:Ln. People BERKA. MADISON COUNTY. KENTt CKV. SEITEMBKR 10. 1018 The Citizen Ono Dollar and Knowlcdgo Is Powor and tho way to keep up with modern Knowlcdgo is to read a good Nowspaper. Fifty ConU Per Year. No. 12 On To Berlin! The United States soldiers arc organized into their own armies and doing some fighting of their own now. How grateful we should be for these victories. And wc are beginning to face our losses. We have not cared much for the loss of business and the increase of taxes, but now we are beginning to pay precious lives. Hut those who fall are remembered with the true heroes of the world glorified by their devotion to a noble cause. And we are gaining much by the unity of spirit between North and South, Republican and Democrat, Baptist and Episcopalian, as we all join prayers and efforts for the cause that is right. And we are getting ready for generous subscriptions for the new Liberty Loan.- - Berea's Student Army Training Our Salute to Lleutonant Campboll I , Where Is Bef ea? Berea used to be in the woods, but our straggling railroad has been made a part of the great through line of the Louisville & Nashville running from Cincinnati to Knoxville, Atlanta and Florida. People from the Virginias come to us over the Chesapeake and Ohio to Winchester. And the Railroad Company has just given us a new railway station which is as perfect as a station can be made and cost some $30,000. I 7T . CoJkimbtA unaianapolu. f Uncle Sam is doing a new and and require more to be made up be-b- ig thing in llxlng up to make a lot fore he graduates, of .selected colleges Into temporary These requirements aro less than West Points. Naturally, there has Boroa has made in past years, hut been some uncertainty and delay, during the war, Berea will admit lull the work will actually begin by students on theso terms as llxed by October first. the (ioverninenl. Final arrangements arc these: Third, this Government docs this First, all men of col- in order to secure men fitted for lege rank, 18 years 'old, will be olllcers, and for scientific and eduenlisted in the S.A.T.C., and havo cational work, II will withdraw the the uniform, support and pay of men from college as need may arise, soldiurs whilo continuing collego bill expects they will remain in courses. These collego courses will 'school at least nine months. he changed by putting in some mill men, whether Fourth, tary work. 18 or not, who aro al Berea in other Second, men will be accepted as departments than the College, will of college rank if they havo had haVo tho advantage of military as maiiy as l.'l units of school work drill, but not the soldier's pay and above the eighth grade. A "unit" support. means one study pursued for a year, Fifth, a man who has already been and four units constitute a year's called to the colors must answer the work. Some vocational subjects like call of his local hoard, but may then telegraphy may count for a uniL apply for a transfer to the Berea So may teaching on a first-cla- ss College Army Training Corps, if ho certificate. has the 13 units. This does not mean that a man Sixth, Lieutenant Campbell has finishes prep, work on these units. been detailed for work at Berea, and The college may "condition" him, will arrive this week. Hurrah able-bodiable-bodied 1 Germans Give Up St. Mihiel Salient . AMERICANS TAKE 9,500 MEN! World News Sixty Gum 'Taken From Hun In Big Drive Enemy Burnt Ammunition The American vicliry on tno x Dumps at Hattonvllle and border of France, near Lorraine, is Reported Lille Being the leading event of the week. In Evacuated. hours the German about thirty-si- x Berlin, Sept. 14. "We now are line was forced back on the St. tandlng on our new lines which have Miliiel salient, and by tho closing been prepared," says the official state- of a pocket, the Americans 'captured ment reporting military operations on from fifteen to twenty thousand Gerthe western front, Issued by the Ger- mans. Positions that were considman general staff. "During the night," ered too strong to bo taken were the statement adds, "the evacuation captured in a few hours. of the (St. Mihiel) salient, which was liable to encirclement, and which had The main object of the American been under consideration for some years, was completed without interfer-enee.- " drive is to secure tho city of Metz, Dom-bou- tho principal city of Lorraine, then to get possession of tho iron mines Umilon, Sept. 14. Numerous fugi- of Lorraine, from which Germany tives nre reported to he arriving ut gets ninety per cent of all of her Mnllnes and Antwerp, uccordlng to iron, nnd finally to strike at the inCentral News dispatch from Amsterfs being evueu-uted- , dustrial centers of Germany, which dam. Apparently Lille aro located largely on the. Rhino the. dispatch says. River. 11 Berea's Big Fall Opening In spite of war, Berea has fully one hundred more students than ever before at the opening of tho Fall Term, and they come from nearly every county in our great mountain region. We could hold a mountain convention in Berea right now! College See news of Berca's S. A. Kentucky News Mr. Thomas C of Richmond, have received (tit glad news thai he has received his commission this week. Tom will lie detailed in the navy and will lie sent to Ponsaeola, Florida. All the Madison County hoys scum to be making good, and they reflect much credit. 011 their native county. Mr-do- Thov parents of limner, the Republl-ca- n nonimeo for United States Senator, opened his campaign at Manchester. Ky, on tint 17th. Hepledged his support, without reserve, Ut the war policies and purposes of President Wilson, and his platform, stated brielly, also included: I Jotter caro of the dependents of American soldiers and sailors than has ever been given by any other nation. Free transportation for soldiers anil reduced fares for members of (heir families visiting army camps. Prohibition local, State, and national. F.tpial suffrage for women. Protection to American labor and a "sound monetary system." No bargaining or compromise with tho enemy over peace terms a dictated peace. Dr. Ben I.. and will have a rousing in a few days. Thy Vocational Department is rejoicing in many new equipments, particularly the new dairy barn and silo, and tho new hospital. This hospital gives largo opportunity for the girls who wish training as T. C. nurses. J. Ilellomy, of Lewis County, Ky., no The Normal Department has a The Foundation School, also, is doubt holds the record as tho father large attendance in spile of the fact crowded and greatly enjoying its of the largest number of hoys in tho drive. army and in the draft. J. F. is thirty-eiGerman prisoners soy the American ght; thirty-seve(Jeorge Tom nttack was expected, but that It was thirty-si- x; delivered so rapidly that they had no ArWallace thirty-livtime to nut up n stubborn resistance thur thirty-threUruce thirty-twwhen they were ordered to. Pannes, Willlo twenty -Grant twenty-siwhich was energetically defended by twenty-twHerry three; Charlie tho Germnns. was easily captured by twenty; and Hazel eighteen. Mr the Americans. Ilellomy is the father of twenty Take Four Towns. rhildren, sixteen by his first wife The Americans are reported to have captured Vlgneulles, seven and n half nml four by bis present wife. miles north of Xlvray; through widen llio f.irmnf- - lino ran A lively campaign for rounding If these places really have been cap up slackers was started on w race tured, the neck of the St. Mihiel salient track of the Kentucky Association tins been nnrrn red to less than six at Lexington, Tuesday, when Ilo miles, and if the two German divisions COLLEGE CHAPEL wiiiie ami mvoii colored men were reported last night to lie in the caught Ify the county jwd city po salient, still are there, It Is decidedly improbable that they will be able to lice authorities, assisted by mem get away. hers of the American Protective On the west side of the St. Mihiel League. Most of these men claimed salient, where the country Is much to have registered, Jbul had left more difficult nnd where the German hey were ineir cards al Home. resistance has been more determined. taken to .the court house where the Americans have made an ndvanre they were held in detention until front. of three miles on a twelve-milSt. Mihiel Captured? their boards could lie communicated With the Americans on the Metis with. students, ng house-warmi11 n; e; e; o; x; o; 1 e Austria has started ,1 movement for peace, and asks that representatives from all the belligerent nations shall mccl at some neutral point to consider terms informally Americans Gain Ten Miles. Per- and without committing themselves London, Sept. 14. General shing's forces in their attack on the to tho same, as yet. Such a move southern fildo of the St. Mihiel salient is suspected to bo instigated by Gerhave advjineed for a distance of ten many as tho beginning of a winter miles. The assault was made on drive for peace, and it is not likqly front of fourteen miles. that the Allies will pay much at The Americans were making rapid to it. progress In their continuation of their tention American agents in Russia havo found documents, which seem to prove beyond a doubt that tho two leaders of the BoIshoViki, Lenino and Trotzky, were under the pay of Germany. Papers involving money transactions are among these documents, as well as other information of a valuable nature. Theso evidences of guilt will be turned over to the State Department of our Government for use at the proper time. In Palestine, tlie Turks are continually being driven back, and tho English aro in possession as far shing's troops so fnr have captured O.fiOO prisoners and Imve taken sixty Gerinnn guns. The Germuns are blowing up the ammunition Aumps ut and Domboux. London, Sept. 14. General Per- north as Samaria. The Jews aro coming to realize that their country is to lie restored to them, at least under .1 protectorate. It is not expected that all Jews will return to their former homeland, but a great many will do so. especially in parts of tlie world where their lot is not a pleasant ono. , Nearly .IOO,000 has been subscribed toward tho proposed fund of $250,000 which tho ltaptists of Kentucky expect to raise for the erection of a hospital in Louisville. Dr. M. P. Hunt, pastor of the West Broadway Baptist Church, has been touring the State and has had much success in raising money for tho hospital. A report of the progress made will be one of the interesting features oV the linth session of tho Long Hun Baptist Association, which will begin at 10 o'clock, Thursday morning at the Little Flock Baptist Church, near Okolona. The Kvciiing Post claims that W. CONTENTS PAGE that o many are detained by leach- new buildings. Its own athletic ing this fall. Tho model rural Held requires further work before schools will bo a special feature it will he ready for use, hut as tho Institution has other fields, everythis year. as body is going to have play-tim- e Tlie Academy is literally overflow- well as study. Maj. A. (1 Goodyear and Mnj. Silas ing witli students, so that some are Those who are Into will suffer Williams have been promoted to the boing turned away or diverted to some disadvantage, hut there will rank of Lieutenant ColoneTT Col. other departments. The new James still bo opportunity for new stu(oodyear has been appointed exec- Hall the most perfect girls' build- dents until tho flrsl of October. utive officer of the Field Artillery, ing in the South is full of happy Hurry up! Central 0 Ulcers' Training School, at Camp Zaoljary Taylor. The War Ilevenuo Bill and tho Women workers for the Fourth Liberty Loan, which will bo launched September assembled at Lexington Tuesday from fifty Kenlhcky counties to perfect details for their part its, the coining campaign. INDUSTRIAL BUILDING U. S. News '4. vIONDSy BUY Covered from head to foot with trench mud and carrying his gas mask in one hand and his steel helmet in the other, Secretary of War Baker returned to Paris Saturday night after having spent tho two preceding days with the American troops, accompanying them as they marched into St. Mihiel. war ueparuneni 9.iiuiMHH,uuu Emergency Bill nro both up for dual action by Congress this week. Tho rule lias been put on the War Ilevenuo Bill in tho House. Leaders in both houses are planning an October vacation. llve-minu- to A man who won't lend is the ser's friend. Kai- Buy bonds before it s verhoten. Editorials: Where is Bel rea? On to Berlin! Boron's Term. World News; State 1. Big-Fal- Nows. PAGE 2. School Nows from Various Departments. Advertisements. Berea Welfare Workers. PAGE 3. Serial Story.-Dr- aft for Strikers. Advertisement. PAGE 4. PAGE 5. Locals. Church Nows. Berea Fair Premium List. Professor Dodgo in the Northwest. A Call for Peace. C. PAGE PAGE ments. 7. Farm and Honvo DepartCincinnati Markets. S. S. Lesson, S'ohliers' Temperance, Notes. Letters. State S, S. Gathering. v. PAGE 8. Eastom Kentucky News. PARADE GROUNDS front, Sept. 14. It Is unofficially reported the French have occupied St. Mllilel (at the tip of the salient). The Important town of Thlnucourt was taken by the Americans. They also seized Boulllonvllle ami Nonsnrd. Yanks Destroy Hun Nests. Paris. Sent. 14. Americans are bar- j osslng the Germans at many points along the front s'outh of the St. Mihiel salient, where the big battle Is being fought. In u series of daring raids tn Lorraine and In the Vosges the American captured numerous enemy positions, penetrated the German llnV' nt some points, meeting resistance, and before retiring destroyed all the material they couldn't carry away. Miichlne-gunests, blockhouses nnd dumps were blown up nnd very heavy lossps Indicted on rtie enemy. Artillery lire Is quiet on tlie less active stretches of tlie front. St. Mihiel Sector Reduced. Pari", Sept. 14. It Is understood tlie St. Mllilel sector has been reduced. Tlie censor will not permit the publication of tho names of the town on the present American line. Where Do We Go From Here? With the American Army In Lorraine, Sept. 1 After the American artillery hud reiwhed drumilre Intensity tin? Americun soldiers went over the top behind a bumigo singing loudly: "Where do Wo go from hero, boys?" American Gun Fire Deadly. With the American Army in Lorraine, Sept. 14. Prisoners unanimously testify to the accuracy ami thedcail-llnesso- f the American preparatory artillery lire. Observers nad so completely located tlie principal German works In advance that tho enemy troops could only lake to their dugouts and await the end of the bombardment. Germans Seek to save Guns. o With tho American Army on tho Front, Sept. 14. The Germans ure attempting to remove their artillery to the rear of Vlgneulles under tho strets of tho Americun attack. They r, were meeting with great difficulty, und were being hampered by us well us urttllery lire. Tho Germnns huvo lost guns, trench mortars and many machine guns. Americans Press On, Paris Says. Paris, Sept. 14. Tho Americun lu tho region of St. Mllilel aro n 11 Lor-falnhow-ove- Rumors aro current that tho Czarina of Russia and her four daughters have been murdered. Tho death of the Crown Princo was reported some time ago. Tho source of responsibility is not yet fully placed, as conditions are so confused in Russia. Hard and cruel as such things are, they aro generally a part of tho great revolutionary movements by which monarchical systems fall. Activities havo begun again on tho Balkan front of tho war. Servian armies aided by tho French are again on 'Servian soil after a period of two years. Tho Bulgarians wero defeated with considerable loss. Tho Greeks also havo been successful over a nineteen mile front in a sur- priso attack in which they inflicted much damage on tho enemy and suffered littlo in return. (Continued on Fags FIts) continuing successfully, tho French war office announced today. On tho buttle front west of S(. Quentlu French troops havo captured tho town of Suvy. Halg Smashes Hun Attacks. Iioudon, Sept. 14. German troops de livered an attack with tho of airplanes ou tho town of Ilavrlucourt, southwest of Cuiubritt, recently tuken by the British. The attack was with great loss to tho Germans, Field Marshal Hnlg announced In tho official statement. Knit her south on tho front opjioslto St Quentln tho British have gulaed possession of llolnou wood. A German attack opposite Mouvrcs, of the canal Hue west of Ciimbrul, fulled completely. British troops have raptured the town of .leiincourt, In the St. Quentlu sector, north of Vermaud. In Flanders the llrltMi made prog, ress. pushing ahead nest of Auchy, In thj Lit llnssee region. Italians Hit Austrlans. Home, Sept. 11. Tlie Itulluns havo popeneirnted the sitions at PrituuiKkiore, the war office unnounces. Austro-IIuiigurlii- MEET ME AT BEREA! Pg TWO THE CITIZEN elected president for Uie fall term.! The other officers elected at this, meeting were: Miss Hutli Quillen, riee-pr- e Went; Hugh Mobfey. re- -, conflnr secretary; Miss Evelyn. Cdmpbell, corresponding secretary; Edward Ilailey, treasurer; Crawford1 Lynn, sorgeant-at-arm- s; Winfrd, Franklin, ehorister. The Seniors will meet every two weeks. Tlie Juniors, too, will have their regular meetings. Everything in Vocational starts now. Even the football stars have met for organization. Lo.k for its victories this year in this column, We were pleased to have with us on Monday afternoon at Uie reception, Mr. MeSwnin, county scent at Vnneeburg. He is one of many Vocational graduates who have gone School News from Various Departments NORMAL DEPARTMENT 'itiekins on every apron and I coal- - j Th rtMl IparUtumt opened week with niile a fOfd increnie Tbe Gibraltar Ulemry oelety )n atemhirwe over bwl yw, though Uirdwy evening, tn sntU of Ih maMuline tide of the house U met pulure fibow. Great urt-nbtAmi ! mn( in populsUon. noUeenble In the that there it - grttifylnsr to propor- - Uon by Maeling new officers for Uie mark! increase in the Term. Nenriy every boy of lu n trolling in the upper clone,. our Ifmrtmnt alUwIed Uie first hie whAoi ijui.ni ,r inr in mm! u u tit be hootd UiaK metlmr, nd we have splendid nro- tor a one hundred per cool an Inerenttecly large number of Poiwcwj ew.eu "wmwrsmp. yn.,nr people will be able to get hten ""P" MoWey. presWent; fchool training at home before Loon-ho- w leavinr for nortml work. Learning Wm- - Irwin- reeonllmr Mpetary; Kd-- a to tenrh if most ensealnl. but iind bafis of kanwMn ai to wr'' v'r- - correjponIns ry; Wlnfrwi Franklin, yell mas-tja- jt what to leach is even more Ken- ter: Jolin D. Combs, marshal. Our motto: "We learn to do by doing." Our boys who have gone into the frvif of Uncle Sam remember us The boys of our department cave with frequent letter?. Prof. Ilarlow wn( from the Great Lakes Naval the girls Uie most cordial reception Trainlnr Station that lie is in the that was in their power to givo hand, playing for the destruction Inst Monday nftornoon. "All the f the Hun with all his might. Ho boys had everything in their rooms with the home on a tour of the just will toon country, playing money out of touch," was an overheard cxpres-people- 's pockets for the Liberty sion of an impressed girl. Some of Loan, after which he expects to get tho girls could see no room for to the ewmy. John Rurgess provoment, everything was so woll And originality prewas at the some place when last arranged. heard from. Otis Fultz and Morton vailed. There was no set system; ' o. It a deli IT were at Norfolk some weeks every room was under the sole Otis wrote that he was loading pervision of Its occupant. The boys munition ships as fast as he could. fully deserved the commendation That while he would like to get, which they received from the girls, nearer to Germany, he was contentj Now Just looking thru the rooms Dean to work wherever his Uncle needed did not end the reception. him most just the spirit we would Clark had already hinted to the expect of him, or any other good hoys, "this is a mighty good time to Normal lie. Clarence Nichols has pick you'fiut a girl." Boys are when decided that at this time it is better j somehow not so hard-headto fltrht than to care for the sick, so! it comes to taking hints. This was he has rosigned from the Hospital proved when nearly every boy and pone into the fighting compnnied his choice to the Voca-rank- s. Hurrah for Clarence, we say. tional Chapel to hear good music, Leebiirn Allen, a Normal graduate ' inspiring talks, and above all to of 1908, and lately County Attorney partake of the refreshments served of Wolfe County, writes from the by the generous Vocational boys, training camp to remind us that he is noted for his high jumping re Tho Senior Class mot for organ cords while in Rerca and that the ization Monday evening. This is the next high jumping he indulged in we have ever met as senwould be going "over tho top" after first time iors, and on these grounds we can a Hun. say it was the most interesting and best meeting wo havo ever had. In VOCATIONAL DEPARTMENT this meeting there wa3 to be a grave responsibility placed on some capa- Our Department opens this year ble members of the class. From the with the biggest number with which first it could be seen that all eye3 we have ever started the Fall Term, centered on Mr. Corner Johnson as We seo talent, aims, and an im- - president of our class. This bein proved old time Vocational spirit true lie was almost unanimously The R. L. BURTON FARM at l't y dbrv Sntrl im. W : - AUCTION Saturday, Sept. 21, at 10 A. M. 190 - ACRES - 190 Of the Best Tobacco, Corn and Hemp Land IN i j viee-preWe- nt; out ami made pood. His words to us were of great interest. RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED BY PERRY COUNTY TEACHERS trt ' er su-ag- ed j Tlie following resolutions copied from the Hazard Herald, of Septem ber P, were reported by the Committee on Resolutions at the close of the Teachers' Institute of Perry County. Friday, September G, 1018, ami were adopted unanimously. Practically all the teachors in the county attended the institute and it was considered one of tho most successful ever held in the county. The institute closed at noon Friday. The resolutions adopted were: 1. That we endorse the administration of County Superintendent M. a Napier. 2. That we, as teachers, feel great ly indebted to Prof. C. D. Lewis, of Beron College, for the splendid way in which ho has instructed tho Institute. Ho has been a souroc of creat help, both in an educational and an inspirational way. 3. That wo. as a body of teachers, shall make every possible effort to stamp out illiteracy in our respective districts. This can be done only by each teacher being conscientious and faithful to his or her calling. S. That we appreciate the splendid talks on patriotism and food conservation given by Mrs. Graves. Mrs. Faulkner and Miss Trucman, and that we as teachors promise our earnest support to the Food Administration in the conservation of food in our respective districts. CENTRAL KENTUCKY Garrard County Six miles North East of Lancaster on Buckeye pike, in Mostly level and DESCRIPTION: Long level frontage on both We of pike, with improvement in center of farm rolling with small portion partly steep. SANDSTONE land which gives the WEIGHT and COLOR and has made the KEPU. TATION of Garrard County tobacco. In high state of cultivation, fencing good, and watered by living spring 40 acres in corn, 8 acres in tobacco. 16 acres stubble sown to grass. 30 acres meadow, balance in One-hal- f one-hal- I Hue grata. f mile to good school, mile to church, telephone and mall service. 10 room dwelling. 2 porches, one large concrete porch, basement, bathroom IMPROVEMENTS: Splendid , water works, servants house, garage, 3 hen houses, cittern and well. Two 8 acre tobacco barns, 2 silo, 2 stock barns equipped with feed and litter carriers, stock scales, tenant house. Beautiful level yard to pike with large shade trees. Rood orchard. This farm has been taken care of by tht present owner for 25 years, he has been a breeder and feeder of high class stock, fed in barns and maintained the land in high state of fertility Tobacco from This Farm Sold Last Year for 50c Per Lb. Present Crop Will Bring $1,000 Per Acre The land will be sold in three tracts. GO acre with dwelling. 1 stock barn and 1 tobicco barn, 90 acres with Jtnck bam and tobacco barn and 40 acres with tenant house. If the bidders desire will combine two or more tracts. WILL SELL IT THE WAV YOU WANT TO BUY IT. Look at the land before day of sale. The owner or the parties named below 'will be glad to show it any time TERMS EASY. At the same time will sell the following stock: 20 short horned yearlings, 700 pounds; 2 pair mare mules and one pair horse mules, 4 to 6 years old; 5 pair mated 2 year old mare mules; 4 short homed cows with calves; 23 black faced ewes; spreader, 1 Ensilage cutter; 1 12 II. P. gas engine and a lot of 1 registered south down Buck; one Hay Baler, one manure good farming implements. For further particulars inquire of D. A. Thomas, Real Estate. Lancaster. Ky., or W. E Mojj, Lancaster, Ky, or That the teachers of Perry County request the Fiscal Court to 7. SWINEBROAD The Real Estate Man ivrrv County, also a canning club agent, and that the County Hoard of (.duration furnish us a rural school supervisor. H. That we recommend that the election of all state and county and school ofllcials be held at times other than tho gonoral election. al, furnish a farm demonstrator for Lancaster, Kentucky made possible thru their generous A number of the other industrial heads havo shown a helping hand. Many courtesies have been shown us by neighbors and friends. There Is n wonderful field here, nnd wo dosiro tho prayors of all our Horen workers and friends, nnd send best wishes and kind regards to all. Cordially yours, Mr. and Mrs. Meredith Gabbard GIVING BEREA WELFARE WORKERS rooms for the men, and parks in 519 Calumet Ave, Middletown. O, many sections of tho city. was Our homo and equipment September 12, 1018. PUBLIC SALE OF Land, Stock and Implements Having decided to leave the county, I will on Saturday, Sept. 21, '18 at ten o'clock A. M., offer for sale my farm located one and one-hamiles Lowell, in Garrard County, on the Lowell and Spoonville pike, known as lf farm. 10. That as the public school sys tem in Kentucky has serious defects as applied to rural schools, caused partly by tho lack of efficient teach or., due to meager remuneration, wo therefore recommend Hint the rural school term be extended to nino months and the maximum and mini mum salaries of teachers bo from 6W) to ?125 per month and paid on a specillc date. Wo contend that any occupation should yield tho promise of not only sustenance for the indi. vidual and those dependent, but also provide an accumulation for tho protection of old age. Wo maintain that any one who has not this end in view is shiftless and aimless, and llicreforo calculated' to succeed in no calling In which ho may bo engaged. This cannot bo attained by North West of the teacher in the rural school on the 13. F. Gay his present salary, hence tho lack of professional teachers. The farm contains 93 acres in high state of cultivation. Four room dwelling and tenant house, all necessary out buildings, good stock barn, an A- -i 10 acre tobacco barn, good fences and plenty of water, about 65 acres in grass and one acre orchard. Public School and Consolidated Graded School within a of a mile. One eight year old Stallion by Old Rex; and one five year old Jack. Amy Smith, J. D. Oliver, Alma Faulkner, Commlttco A NEW BOOK Waterboys "Tho and Thoir Cousins," by Prof. C. D. Lewis, is n One seven year old mare with colt, by side; 1 five year old mare with colt by side; collection of short stories telling us about many littlo people whoso 1 five year old saddle mare; 1 yearling filly colt; 1 two year old filly colt: 1 pair of six year ncuuaintanco all children, and old mare mules, 16 hands high; 1 pony colt; 2 milk cows, four or five years old; grown peoplo as well, will bo delighted to mako. 10 hogs weight about 125 pounds; 13 shoate weight about 40 pounds; 25 pigs. As tho author's explanatory nolo says, "Why should wo rclato to chil1 One Deering binder; Bemis tobacco setter; 1 Fuller and Johnson cultivator; dren tho iNorso and Indian legends 1 roller; 2 disc harrows; 1 new Studebaker two horse wagon; 1 spring wagon; 1 set of and Greek myths, imaginative nnd buggy harness; corn sheller and a lot of other farming implements too numerous to Interesting though they he, yet not touching closely any of tho probmention. lems of chihl-llf- o and slop thcro? Why do wo not intermix with thoso, Some household and kitchen furniture. stories of Nature nnd Solonco which are so filled with vital truths proTERMS made known on day of sale. foundly affecting tho llfo of overy child? A principal ohstaolo may be the lack of material, and so, if thoso glorias in tho hands of teachers nwakon as much Interest as they havp through recital by tho author, thoy will prove a useful contribution Capt. Am Bourne, Auctioneer. to Tho Fairy Stories of Science. Dear Editor of The Citiion: After an absence from Boren of ten months we. as Uerea College Welfare Workers, among the Kentucky people in Middletown, O., desire to break the long period of silence to many of our friends by giving you a little glimpse of the work we are doing. We came to Middletown practically strangers to most of our Kentucky folk. Wo began to secure tho of the churches, schools, local organizations, sooial agencios, Induslrics, real ostalo companies, business people nnd city olllcials, until now we aro in vital touch with ovor two thousand people. Wo nre endeavoring to help our peoplo sccuro bolter living conditions. Wo havo assisted many in securing employment, visited the Sick and afflicted and olllciatcd at a number of funerals. Our principal work this summer has been organizing and working with tho buys and girls, including the ages of ten and fourteen years. Wo havo had classes in gardening and homo science. Wo closed this work with nn all day and evening fair, Friday, September 0, with prizes awarded to our Kentucky people winning in gardening, canning, baking, sewing, crocheting, etc. Tho fair was held at our homo whero wo registered about two hundred and fifty visitors. Six former Rerca students assisted us during tho day of tho fair. There were visitors from n number of cities; seven slates were represented nnd nineteen Kentucky counties. Tho public was invited, and pronounced it n decided success. It certainly did surpriso many of our friends and was a great advertisement for Heron Collcgo nnd our flrcsido in- Just money! That is all we're asked ui Kivu, Ho gave his life, Jim. He'd havo liked to live For Hotly bless her shy young heart had only The week beforo ho Irft, put on hfs ring. her lifo will bo for her. how lonely Willi nothing of him but remembering! Sho nover flinched, nor he, my son. Thoy gavo: Sho working still, nnd Jimmlo in his grave How long And now today wo'ro asked again to save, And give, give, give tho country what wo vo sweat And toiled to earn. It's hard for all and yet. Wo safe, wo calm, wo fortunate, aro living. I wonder, daro we, dare wo call this Bivlngl dustries. of our boys havo already gono to Dcrca to enter school nnd Dr. others aro planning to go. Woidler, in his rccont visit with us, helped Infltienco somo young men for Bcrca. It would bo unjust to the Amor! can Rolling Mill Company hero If I did not mention tho wonderful work thoy aro doing, both for tho wclfaro of their omploycos nnd MidThoy havo public- play dletown. grounds with tcaohers in charge for tho employees' children, club Somo - 4.: LIBERTY BONDS BUY R. L. BROWN, Study Over the Question of Education; Is It Not Worth Any Coit nd Any Exertion? I September 19, 1018 THE CITIZEN we would 1)0 shot on sight, nnd to report to hendquurter Immediately on our return. I thought If the night of me wns so distasteful to anybody, I would not tnke the chance of offending, being anxious to be polite In such enscs. So we stuck to the main rond. Fritz did not give us nny trouble nnd wc were line by five, with all hntiils out to greet ns when we hove In sight, and n regtilnr prodigal son welcome on tap, for wo were Inter thnn they had expected us, nnd they hhd made up their minds that some accident had happened. While I wns around Dlxmude, I saw ninny living men nnd women nnd children who hnd been mutilated by the Germnns, but most of them were womAlmost every one en nnd children. of tho mutilated men wns too old for military service. The others hnd been killed, I guess. Hut the Helglnni were not the only ones who hnd suffered from German kultur. Mirny French wounded were tortured by tho Huns, nnd we were constnntly finding the mutilated bodies Pago Thrco DRAFT President FOR Wilson STRIKERS War Trophy the Trains to Push Liberty Bonds Invokes Work or Fight Law. BOOTY TAKEN FROM HUN WILL BE EXHIBITED IN THI8 dfpew JL Albert ft Dep cX'GUNNER AND CHIPP Bridgeport Machinists Told to Aecept Woe Award or Lose Their Exemptions. Washington, Sept. 14. Striking machinists nt Ilrldgeport, Conn., have been untitled by President Wilson thnt unless they return to work und nhldo by tho' wage nwnrd of tho wur labor board they will bo barred from em ploxmcnt for n year and draft boards will be Instructed to reject nny clnlm of exemption from military service based upon their alleged usefulness on war production. Tho president's wnrnlng went In n letter uddreiiHod to the machinists replying to resolutions forwarded to him niindunclng the strike because of dissatisfaction over the wur lubor bonrd's nwurd und n Inter Interpretation by un umpire. DISTRICT. ..MEMBEP, OF THE wm IPwrt PPTTVSnPPfrPi LEGION OF FRANCE .m viu,N 1 FOREIGN iukkci. rKfclNCn BATTLESHIP CASSAKD vviininek ur nt CROIX DE GUERRE dsZ ll t, IUI, Si c. TWi Sptfl Wd Coy KuU Ad hrvfca 8YN0PSI8. All around for nUout n mile tho ronds were heavily mined and small red flags on iron stnves were stuck between the cobblestones, ns wnrnlngs not to put In much tlmo nround those places. Also, thero wero notices stuck up all around wnrnlng people of the mines nnd forbidding henvy enrts to pnss. When we got off the rond I brrnthed ngnlnl After n great deal of questioning wo flnnlly renched our destination nnd made our report to tho local commandant. Wo told him nil we could nnd In turn received vnrlous Information from him. We wero then taken over to tho hotel. Here wc rend n few In CHAPTER N. Dcptjw. author of the story, enlists In tha Unltril mates navy, nerving lour years anil atlaJnlntf the rank of cliiof petty ufflcer, gunner. nrsl-cla- the car. " CILAITKR It Tha great war starta noon utter lie Is honorably dlscliariteil from the navy and he sails for France with a determination to enlist. CHAPTKR Ill-- He Jolna the Foreign LrjClon and In assigned to the dreadnuuglit Cassard where lil inarkamanehlp wine him high honors. CHAPTKR la detached from hie ship and sent with a regiment of the legion to Flandera where he soon find himself In the front line trenches. CHAPTKR He la detailed to artillery and makes the acquaintance the the of "76'a , the wonderful French gum that have saved the day for the allies on many a battUDeld llrfure arelng any action, he la ordered hiii k to hla regiment In Uie front line trenches. CHAPTKR goei "over the top" and "geta" hla flrat German In a bayonet fight. CHAITKR VII Ilia company takes part In another raid on the (Irrman trenchea and shortly afterward assists In stopping a fierce charge of the Huns, who are mowed down aa they cross No Man's Land. pevr V-Vl-Dr- CHAPTER VIII. 6 On Runner Service. Ono night n man named ilurtel find I wero detailed for runner ncrVlco and of a There were seven moro explosions, were Instructed to go to Dlxmude and deliver certain dispatches to a man nnd then they stopped, though wo whom I will call the burgomaster and could hear tho rattle of a machine gun report to the branch staff headquar- at some distance nway. Ilurtel said It ters that had been secretly located In must be the forts, and nftersomo argunnother part of town. Wo wero to ment I agreed with him. He said that travel In an nutomobllo nnd keep n the Germnns must have tried an under cover of a bombardment, sharp watch as we went, for Dlxmude wns being contested hotly nt that tlmo nnd that ns soon ns the forts got Into action tho Germnns breezed. Wo wero nnd German patrols wero In the neigh borhood. No one knew exactly where not worried much, so wo did not get out of bed. they would break out next. A few minutes later wo heard footSo wo started out from tho third lino trenches, but very shortly ono of steps on the roof, nnd then a woman our outposts stopped us. Ilartvl car- In n window across tho street, asking ried the dispatches and drove the enr n gendarme whether It wns safe to go too, no li wns up to mo to explain buck to bed. Then I got up and took things to tho sentries. They were a look Into the street. There were n lot convinced after n bit of arguing. Just of people standing nround talking, but ns we were leaving a message came It wns not Interesting enough to keep over the phone from our commnndcr, a tired mnn up, so Into the hay. It seemed about the middle of tho telling them to hold us when we came. It was lucky they stopped us, for oth- ulght when Ilurtel called me, but ho erwise we would havo been out of said It was time to get out und get to roach by tho time his message cumc. work. Wc found he hnd made a poor Tho commnnder told mo, over tho tele- guess, for when we were linlf dressed phone, that If n French ling flow over he looked at his watch nnd It was only tho town the coast would bo clear; If a a quarter past seven, but we decided Itclglan, that our forces were either to stay up, since wo were that fur In control or were about to toko over along, nnd then go down nnd crulso for tho placo but that Hermans patrols a brenkfast. When wo got downstairs nnd found wero nenr. After this wo etnrted somo of the hotel people It took them gttn. When wo had pnssed tho last post a long time to get it through our heads thnt there hnd been some real excitetUc. Qs yr kept n otTtinrpoib offtTe "old fish market. Tor ment during the night. Tho explosions wero thoso of bombs dropped by a by this wo would get our benrlngs and perhaps. If It should be a Herman Zeppelin, which hnd sailed over the flag, a timely warning. Hut after wo city. The first bomb hud fallen less than wero down the rond a bit and had got clear wo saw n IJelglan flag whipping two hundred ynrds from where I we bed It around In a good, strong breeze. Hut slept. No wonder thethree-stor- rocked houso while that showed that our troops or hnd struck u narrow hotel, tho llrltlsh wero about to take over nround the corner from thepeoplo nnd had tho placo It also Indicated that tho hnd blown It to bits. Ten n number Germans wero somewhero nenr by. been killed outright, nnd died later. The bomb tore n fine hole Which wns not so cheerful. hunAs wo went through the suburbs nnd hurled pieces of Itself several Tho street Itself was nlong tho canal which runs on tho dred yurds. edge of the town wo found that all tilled with rocks, und u number of others wreckthe houses wero battered up. Wo houses were down, andInto tho street out tried to hall several heads that stuck ed. When we gotsomo army men wo themselves out of tho spaces between nnd talked with buildings and stuck themselves back found thnt even they wero surprised explosion. Just as quickly, but wo could not get by tho force of the We lenrned that tho Zepp had sailed answer. Finally wo got hold of tin a man who camo out from a Httlo not more than live hundred feet nbovo tho town. Its motor hnd been stopped cafe, Do told us that tho flcnnnns had Just before tho first bomb was let go, been through tho town and had shot nnd It had slid ulong perfectly silent It up considerably, killing and wound- and with nil lights out. The purr that ing a few Inhabitants, but that shortly wo hud thought wus machine guns, afterward n small force of Belgian after tho eighth explosion, was the starting of tho motor, ns the Zepp got cnvnlry hnd arrived nnd driven tho out of rango of tho guns that were being set for tho attack. Roches out. Tho Germans wero expected either to return or begin n Tho last bomb bad struck in a largo ut any moment nnd all tho square. It tore a holo in tho coblo-ston- o Inhiihltfttits who sported cellars were pavement about thirty feet hiding In them. Tho rest wero trying squuro and flvo feet deep. Every winto get out of town with their belong dow on tho square was smashed. Tho lugs ns host they could. fronts of tho houses Micro riddled with On ronchlns our objectlvo wo mndo various sized holes. All tho crockery straight for tho Hotel do Vllle, where nnd chlnu nnd mirrors In the house wo were admitted and after a short wero in fragments. Not much moro than un hour before wait taken to tho burgomaster. Wo questioned htm ns to news, for wo had tho Zepp came, wo had been sitting in been Instructed to pick up nny Infora room at tho houso of tho locul milt tury commandant, right under, n big mation he might lutVo ns to conditions. glass-domskylight. This house was Hut wo did not get much, for ho could now a very pretty ruin, and It was Just not get ubout becnuse of the Germans, who hud mndo It a policy to terrorize as well tliut wo left when wo did. You could not even Und a splinter of the the peoplo of the town. big round table. The next tlmo I sit Wo hnd Just got Into tho car und were ubout to start 'when tho burgounder a glass skylight in Dlxmude, I master himself enmo running out. IIo want a lad with a llvo cyo for Zeppeordered us to leave tho car there nnd lins on guard outside. Something about tha branch headsaid ho would direct us whero to go. IIo Insisted that we go on foot, but I quarters ruins made us think of break could not understand when ho tried fust, which we hud forgotten, bo back to the hotel. Then wo started back to to explain why. Wo soon saw the probable reason our Hues. We wero ordered to keep forthe bureomustcr'a reftuut.ta.rJdo to tho main roud all tho way back, ox stern-wheelenr y o weeks old, until about eight, when wc had dinner, nnd a fine dinner It was, too. After we hnd eaten all wo could, and wished for mora room In the hold, wo went out Into tho gnrden nnd yarned a whllo with some, gendarmes, nnd then went to bed. We hod n big room on the third floor front-- Wo hnd Just turned In, nnd were all set for a good night's rest, when there was an explosion of n different kind from nny I had heard before, nnd we and the bed rocked about, Uko a canoo in tho wako I'nrts newspapers, that were several The wnr department als" has taken over the Smith h Wesson company of Springfield, Muss., nnd will operate tho plnnt nnd business to secure continuous production und prevent Industrial disturbance. The compnny recently gnvo nottco that It would prefer to hnve the government operate Its plant rather thnn nblde by u decision of the wur labor board enforcing collective bargaining. Mr. Wilson's letter wus addressed to the Urldgeport district lodge of the International Association of Machinists nnd other striking workmen of Urldgeport, Conn. Thousands of residents of the Fourth Federal noserve District are 'o hnvo n chance In the next three or 'our weeks to tnke In their own hands nd Inspect helmets which have been d 'aken from Germnn fighters, rifles by our Yanks nnd their allies on the battlefields of Ktirono and other wnr trophies which have been shipped to this country by General Pershing and tho commanders of tho British, French and Italian armies. The trophies will be nboard two Uncle Sam Wnr Trophy Trains which will tour the district stopping for two nours at on average of 'four towns a lay Tho Central Liberty Loan Committee at Cleveland and the Railroad are responslblo for Administration the trains. enp-ture- craft frunn, There will nlso bo antT-aldepth bombs used In submarlno hunts, aerial bombs such as are dropped on the cities along the Rhine In retaliation for the bombardment of Paris and the bombing of !ondon by the Hun, captured German field pieces and rifles taken by our boys at Chateau Thierry and Castlgny nnd complet sets of the decorations awarded for bravery to the soldiers by tho different nations In the war. The German deeorattons have been taken from the brcaats of captured Huns. Arrangements nro being mado to care for great crowds at the siding In tho towns where the trains will mnkn stops. It was, of course, Impossible for tho trains to reach overy locality In three weeks but they wero routed so as to come cloie to nlmmt overy town In tho district. They will bo well worth ffrlvlng or riding forty or fifty miles to see. Listen to tho "air raid alarm" siren. Each train will bo equlppod with one of tho sirens which Is blown In the European cities when tho Hun Is com' lng with his bombing planes. PRINCE TOKUGAWA 24,000,000 MEN REGISTERED Thirteen Million Names Are Added to the 11,000,000 Already Enrolled. Washington, Sept. 14. With nssur-nncfrom every section of the country thnt' the registration of Atuerlcn's millions of men between the nges of eighteen nnd twenty-onnnd thirty-tw- o Inclusive, hud been to forty-live- , Muti We Were Constantly Finding the accomplished with precision, Provost lated Bodies of Our Troop. Mnrstm! General Crowder turned his of opr troops. It was thought that the attention to the greut task of classifyGermans often mutilated a dead body ing this vast n nny. Thirteen million names, approxias an example to the living. The Germans had absolutely no re--( mately, have now been added to the spect whatever for the Ited Cross. For ll.OCO.OOO nlreudy registered, making r census of nbout Instance, they captured n wagon lond- - a total cd with forty French wounded, nnd shot every one of them. I saw the! dead bodies. Deport Fifty Mexicans. When the Germans carao to Dlx--, Toledo. O., Sept. 14. Fifty Mexl-enn- s women mude they got nil the men nnd from Toledo, Detroit und Clevennd children nnd mnde them mnrch land, In charge of Immigration olllclals, before them with their hands In tho left here for the International line. nlr. Thoso who did not were knocked down. After n while some of them sow what they were going to get, nnd being as gnmo sports ns I ever heard of, tried to fight. They were finished off at once, of course. The former burgomaster hnd been shot nnd finished oft with nn ax, though he hnd not resisted, becnuse he wnnted to save tho lives of his cltl-- 1 zens. They told me of one case, In Dlx--1 mude, where n mnn enme out of his house, trying to enrry his father, n man of eighty, to the squnre, whero they were ordered to report. The old mnn could not raise his hands, so they dragged his son awny from him, knocked the old mnn In the head with nn ax, and left him there to die. Thoso who were spared were made to dig tho es e man-powej Ralph Stickle. With each train will be a detail of United States soldiers assigned by the War Department, a corps of Liberty Bond salesmen, and prominent speak- ers. Each train will carry three carloads I'rlnce Yoshlhlsu Tokugnwu, tho of trophies and exhibits and a sleeper misfor the guard of soldiers, salesmen and bend of the Jnpnneso Ited Cross speakers. One of the trains will be In sion which has arrived In England to with the American. British, charge of Ralph Stickle, Cleveland traction counsel and former Journalist. French nnd Itnllnn Ited Cross missions for the distribution of nil Ited Cross Complete equipments used by Ameramong the allies. icans, Canadians, British, French and material snidVrs wlll-he-on fjtrjtlns. 144 ACRES Boyle County Land graves for the others. There wus n doctor thero In Dlxmude, who certainly deserves n military ;ross If nny mnn ever did. He wns cnlled from his house by the Germnns nt fi :.10 one morning. He left his wife, who hnd hod a baby two doys before, in the house. He was taken to tho square, lined up against a wall with three other big men of the town. Then he saw his wife nnd baby being curried to the squnre on n mattress by four Germans. He begged to bo alnnd lowed to kiss his wlfo good-by- , they granted him permission. As ho stepped nway, there wus a rattle nnd tho other men went West. They shot him, too, but though he wus riddled with bullets ho lived, somehow, and begged the German officer to let blm nccompauy his wlfo to tho prison whero they wero taking her. This wns granted too, but on the way, they heard the sound of firing. The soldiers yelled, "Die Frnnzosenl" and dropped tho mattress and ran. Hut it was only somo of their own butchers at work. Doctor Laurent carried his wlfo and baby to an old aqueduct that was being rebuilt by tho creek. Thero they lived for thrco days and threo nights, on tho few herbs and the water that Doctor Laurent snenked out and got at night Doctor Laurent says that when tho Germans killed and crucified the civilians at Dlxmude, tboy first robbed them of their watches, pocketbooks, AT AUCTION Wednesday, Sept. 25th AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M. rfiiles South of Danville on East side of Houstonville pike, the 2 LOCATION: in Boyle County; one mile of splendid Graded School and 24 miles to the hest pike NATIONALLY known CENTRE COLLEGE and KENTUCKY COLLEGE FOR WOMEN; 1 mile from L. & N. Railroad and 2 miles from Queen & Crescent R. R. Fertile Soil, slightly rolling, just enough to drain, any kind of DESCRIPTION: on the entire farm. NO WASTE LAND. 55 acres in corn, 4 acres machinery can be used tobacco, 6 acres alfalfa, balance meadow and grass, splendid fencing and everlasting water. Plenty of fruit, trees, also raspberries, strawberries, and grapes. Located near CENTER of FARM with beautiful driveway from IMPROVEMENTS: pike, largo two story, 9 room, metal roof dwelling, situated in a large yard with fine shade trees, 1 hall, 2 porches, cellar, 2 large barns, 300 barrel double corn crib, granary, stock scales, cistern at house, water in barn. A SPLENDID HOME, a DESIRABLE PLACE to LIVE. TERMS EASY. This farm will be sold worth the money. LAND IS INCREASING IN VALUE. IF YOU WILL LOOK OVER THIS FARM YOU WILL LIKE IT. The owner, Mr. J. R. BARNES, or W. E. Moss, or the undersigned will be glad to show the farm at any time. , v thrco thousand francs stolen from her and was misused besides. These wero Just u very few of tho things that happened ut Just ono placo whero the Germans got to work with their "kultur." So you can picture the Ilclgtans agreeing on a German peace, while there is u Belgian allvo to arguo about It. They will remember tho Germans a long time, I think. Hut they need not worry: there ttro a lot of us who will not forget, either. (To bo Continued) Madatno Ttlmans there, who bad had rings and other things. There was a Liberty llouils or German age. bond- SWINEBROAD Real Estate Man The LANCASTER KENTUCKY "Coiiw across" or tlio Kulser will. Most Need. Berei Has Invested $3,000,000 On Purpose to Provide the Kiids of Education the Mountains Pago Four. TUB CITIZEN Selembcr 10, 1018 Be one of the millions lo lend the WITH THE .CHURCHES billions. Union Church Isnar Bowles, n Berea graduate of with classes Tho Sunday-schoInst year's class, slopped over In Boron, nt the end of Inst week, on for nil at 0:45. Preaching service INEWACCOUNTS NEWS OF HERE A AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM A his way to Lexington, where he will at 11 a.m. VARIETY OF SOURCES A cordial Invitation Is oitcndcd be a student at Slnte College. OPEN ED HERE! Mrs. Fhrnr Sertvner entertninwl lo all visitors in our city as well as all cltlicns to unlto with us In the following gueU to six o'clm-k'tin perfecting our dinner nt her homo, last Thurdny those services. Mrs. Laura Jones' Oponing of Fall Tirst Baptist Church Mr. mid Mrs. William evening: nation's 1018. (Ad) Millinery, SopL 7, Sunday-scho- ol at 0:15 n.m. Clnrk, Mr. ntid Mrs. B. H. Vnn A. K. Vnn Winkle, of llnrlnn. was by Wo have carefully graded classes Winkle, ami Miss Bertha Sonlo. in Beren Sundny ami Monday, visit Lloyd llnckley. n former Berea1 for nil nges, with separate class carrying your acing relatives and friends. Mr. Van student, who is in training nt the rooms. Berea, Ky. Winkle Bank & Trust Bldg. n prosperous painting a bank count Preaching service at 11 a.m. Naval Training Station, ciHitrsptor f llnrlnn and is remom Ureal Lnkes The B. Y. P. U. servlco nt 0:15. Berea, recently, for n few was in which is a memhered as n former bifiness nwn of dnys' We extend n honrly wclcomo to visit with friends. this plnco. ber of the Federal Hursyo Oodbey was visiting In all to unite with us In these Miss Stella Burks, of Ollvo Hill, , Scientific liorso sbocinp, fine Iron and vicinity over Sunday.' ices. Reserve System. work and repairs of all descriptions arrived fn Berea to take up work returning "hiesdny. llev. K. B. English, Pastor Department. Christian Church at the College Blacksmith Shop, in the Vocational If you ran't light, your monoy cnn. Bo sure to see Eva Waldcn's hats y Main Street, north of The Citizen Bible School at 0:15 a.m. Miss Mnrgnrel Hnrt returned ad ad. beforo you buy. Ofllcc. Communion service nnd preachn somewhat extended visit .latns Alvin Fox, of tho Navy with from relntives at Williniiisfleld, O. ing at 11 n.m. Aviation, Great Lakes, who was Rev. W. J. Hudspeth, Pastor L. & N. TIME TABLE She entered the College Department called homo by the illness of his Methodist Church Berea, Ky. the llrt of tile week. mother, has returned to his post Bible School at 0:15 a.m. (In effect May II, 1018) Mr. and Mrs. David Smith were of duty. John B. Fox and wifo, of Preaching services at 11 n.m. and North Bound gup.-t- s of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Toledo, Ohio, who were also called the No. 32, Leaves 6:53 p.m. 3:30 p.m. Browning. Sunday. here for tho same cause, have re No. 38, Leaves 1:17 p.m. The public in general and tho new Lcgdon is the Miss Hlixnbeth turned homo. No. 3i, Leaves 3:53 a.m. guest of Mr. nnd Mrs. Jneoh Brown converts in particular aro earnestly Walter A. Dtrncy of the U. S. S ing. Miss liflgsdon leaves for Wash-iugto- n, Invited lo attend these services. South liound Moose Head, Is spending a week's No. 33, Leaves 12:03 p.m. llev. Larrabec. Pastor soon. furlough with his parents in Berea 1:01 p.m. No. 37, Leaves Fret-mebuy lionds; slaves wonr Ilico Teater, who has enlisted in No. 31, Leaves 12:12 a.m. FARMS TOR SALE them. Note: No. 33, the fast train, will the Naval Reserve, returned to Berea EM DEOv The llev. Chns. S. Knight delivered If it's farm land vou want. I have stop for passengers from North of to take school work until his call FEDERAL RESERVE a very instructive and interesting, iu nm if you aro looking for n Cincinnati, O, or for South of Knox-vill- c, was made. He entered tho Academy in Main Chapel last Sunday pnin COII10 lfchsSYSTEMrtdfl ,np for , lmvc lIl0 fnrm and received his call tho next day Tenn. . , night, which was listened to with voll ,i, npirt after registration. eager attention iy mo mrge iMtuy nay. InTho Fish Lino awaits We Sell hats and sell them right. of students and citizens. Owing to No. GOO C acres of land right in ad. spection. Why experiment? Buy limited time and space, we are un- Mrs. Laura Jones. town, all fenced and in good shape, Fish's Fish Hats. Miss Luella Drown, of Danville, even an outline this j able to Justus Jnckson, who has been at week, give will appear in an early on rock pjkc in 100 yardsof graded arrived in Berea Tuesday, to re but it sohool, ono quarter mile of railroad enter the Academy Department for home for two weeks, entered State issue. dopot, a No. 1 seven-rooframe. University and enlisted in tho S. A. tho coming year. two-stohouse with porches, nice T. C for the coming year. He enMrs. Allan Bogie and children, of yard. lien, meat anil wood nouses, an A SURPRISE Kirksvilie) are spending a few weeks deavored to enter the University of Henry J. Christopher, the geninl building new, good garden. One of Hardin, Cincinnati, but tho University was with Mrs. Bogie's father, E. Superintendent or Construction of.tne best buildings nml locations in full. on Boone street. n. Prico $1,800. Sheldon Flick left Monday to enter Berea College, was pleasantly Mrs". II. H. Chrisman, who underNo. MO Farm Of SiM acros on nrised. on Tuesday evenins Inst, by University and the S.A.T.C. went a serious operation at the P. State line of a number of frk'iids "dropping in' country road, close to mail, teleWe have an A. C. Infirmary at Richmond a few hats for ladies, misses and children. accidentally on purpose to spend phone, school and churches; CI acres weeks ago, is now at home and is ad. the evening at his home. Mr. Chris- cleared, fenced and bross-fenceEva Walden. able to resume her duties. fencing good; 11 acros in clover and Miss Alice Christopher, of Boston. topher's good wife was the instigaOur Fall and Winter Millinery Is "plot," and she was ably timothy; large orchard, good garFish's Mass., will return to her home this tor of the now ready. den and no better water anywhere; Dr. and Mrs. S. It. Daker and Mrs. week, after an eight weeks' visit 'abetted" by Miss Alice Christopher. Mr. and who has been making an extended a lot of nice timber. This farm is Edgar Moore motored to Louisville with her brother and sister, frame! all level. Seven-roolast Wednesday to attend' the State Mrs. H. J. Christopher. During her visit at the home of her brother. nearly Berea Miss Christopher has After an hour of real sociability, bouse, two barns, 32x30 each; silo slay in Fair. You arc incited to attend our Fall and Winter Opening and all necessary outbuildings and Miss Lou Elliott, teacher of tho made many friends who will hope the serving of delightful refresh beginning Friday, September 20 and congranaries. Twenty tons of hay, 2 fifth grade. Public Schools, and a for her return to our city at some ments brought to a close a most en cows, 2 calves. 2 horses, 2 wagons, joyable and prolltable evening. tinuing throughout the month former student of the Normal De- future time. C acres corn, about 00 bushels Mr. Edward Dennis, of Stanton, partment, is taking rooms with Mrs of wheat, about 200 bushels of oats, was in town last week looking for A CORN OFFER J. P. Bicknell on Chestnut street one-ha- lf acre potatoes, 0 head bogs, a bouse to which to move his family, V. Herndon with characteris J. Misses Neva and Oreno Martin, binder, mowing machine and rake, eduofi Lexington, .returned to Berea, to whom be wishes to give the tic enterprise has ollered $2.50 as breaking Monday, to resume work, in tho cational opportunities Berea offers. a prize for the best live ears of yel- wheat drill, corn drill, cultivator and barthose large low corn, and $2.50 for the best five plow, Laura Jones has Academy Department. It is a fact that Laura Jones sells pressed heaver sailors, high crown- ears of white corn grown in this row. Price for all, $7,000; for farm, hats cheaper than anybody. Can't ed, latest style (sold everywhere section. All corn exhibited in the $5,000. 1 A farm of 53 acres on counNo. to exeouto bonds with approved see how she does it. But she does. else at $7.50 to 510 each) for $5 at contest to be given to Mr. Herndon Co. ty road, close to school, church nnd surety, bearing interest at the rate Laura Jones. at the Berea Bank and Trust Derea boys, stationed at Camp 'Mrs. Newcomer left last week for These entries can also be shown at store, nil level, not one foot of waste of six per cent per annum from Shelby, Miss., for the past year. bavi Poultry Tonic removed to the Eastern coast Paintsville, where she will spend the agricultural exhibit to bo held land; all in timber, except ono acre. dato of sale until paid, payable to been y, six the undersigned Commissioner in a A new frame bouse, m l f"i can tnkn 12 the-yc- ar "V with her daughter, Lilian, in Berea this fall. Now, come on to "await further orders." ration of the trnti rooms, hen and meat house, young equal installment, and a lion will Ixultrytontcknown V I Miss Mildred McClure, of Walnut, who is teaching there. your corn. with wnn as"c tuttla of orchard. A nice location and can't be retained on the property sold to Kimber Bowles, who is stationed N. C, returned to her home last ImiIii rn!tra I, a, ft. fiat lCIU 0. (urr anil PrnTrnta raii. money. Price be beat for the sccuro their paymond week. She had entered the Academy at Ft. Thomas, was in Berea visitCOLLEGE HOSPITAL NOTES .uiii- - riircK cnoicra. ami uthrrillM.aM-1- . J. W. Byrne ing friends, Saturday and Sunday, At ilrui-thtDepartment, Bailey B. Baxter is also doing well or mall loatpald. 'J'Qrms can be made on mol all Master Commissioner, Bracken Cirhour furlough, I'onltry lr Irrr. on a forty-eigIkiuU Millinery Opening September 1 after rather a large operation. I have the most complete lawita l.a.4) Ct, liiiif In.Ij. ors to be sold at her opening, Fricuit Court. Mrs. Laura Jones Mistress Martha Way and Master farms. 1. Sold by Porter-Moor- e Several enrollments have been day and Saturday, September Horace Jones, both operatives of list of farms that I know of. Write Drug Co. NOTICE made in tho Merchant Marino. Any shape, style, material and color this week, have returned to their for my price list its free. Monroo Thompson, The creditors of Rev. D. W. Brown, Three men from tho Academy De- you may desire, all day Friday anil homes. Waynesburg. Ky. deceased, are hereby notified to preSaturday, at 82.50, S3.50, $1.00, and partment have enrolled: Joshua Benton has returnd to the Win. F. L. MOORE'S sent any claims to me on or before Samuel Hughes and Luther 85.00. Can't be bought anywliere Vocational Department and Roy October 12, 1918. Hazlewood. (The Hexall Store is else under 85.00 to 810.00. Don't Grillln, also of the Vocational DeMASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE Mrs. D. W. Brown, Exec, partment, ba.s developed a very well authorized as tho enrolling station. ipiss this feature. OF REAL ESTATE 'Adp. 13 Berea, Ky. Those who enter this service aro defined case of malaria. Monday, October 7, 1918 Laura Jones keeps a city trimmer. in- - the U. S. Navy, engaged in the Bracken Circuit Court not too good for her FOR transportation of merchandise and The best is SPLENDID HOME FOR SALE WE BUY Bertha Byar Grifllth, Administratrix customers. out-cr- y foodstuffs for our allies. the I will offer at public First Class Repairing OLD FALSE TEETH of S. G. HANSON HOME PLACE We pay from $2.00 to $35.00 per set K. V. Griffith, deceased, and AND on Chestnut Street, Berej, Ky., on Bertha Byar Griffith, who sues In (broken or not). We also pay actual value for Diamonds, old Gold Silver and HrideeSaturday, September 28, 1918, at 10 Fine Line of Jewelry her individual capacity, Plaintiff work. Send at once by parcel post and a.m. sharp. Equity No. 1033. Judg- receive cash by return mail. Against MAIN ST. BEREA, KY. MAZER'S TOOTH SPECIALTY Terms made known on day of sale ment nnd Order of Sale. D.pt. X. 2007. So. Slk SI. I'hilad.lphU. P.. At the samn time, I will offer the Donald Grifllth, et nl., Defendants household goods, garden, and farm By virtuo of Judgment and Order tools. Good piano and phaeton will of Sale mado and entered in tho be sold in the lot. abovo styled action nl tho June W. N. Hanson, Executor lonn 1918. of tho Bracken Circuit Court, tho undersigned, Master ComF.0R SALE missioner will, on Monday, OctoTO WATER PATRONS Oliver typewriter, number 5. Rea- ber 7. 1918, at about tho hour of Valsonable price. Call nt 300 Putnam. 11 o'clock a.m., on tho premises, in ndp. tho town of Berea, Madison County, TX) meet legitimate domestic require-mentKentucky, upon equal credits of six water must not be tfsed for anil twelve months for tho purchase LOST sprinkling purposes, nor for building op- - . On September 18, a lady's watch, money, sell at public auction to the erations until further notice. 'J 1 1 somewhere on Chestnut or Boono highest nnd best bidder, tho propStreets. Finder please rolurn to erty described in the Judgment and the Brea Post Olllco or Citizen ordered to bo sold in this action to ad. wit: A certain tract or parcel of Oillce, Use Water Sparingly Do Not Waste It land, located on the South sido of Jackson Street, In Berea. Madison LOST Lost, on Friday, tho 13th, a plaid County, Kentucky, and bounded as "7tfHERE water is used for sprinkling, silk shawl. Please return to Boone follows: Beginning at tho Northallowed to run, or where water fixMiss Julia Lathers. west corner of a lot owned by Susio Tavern. tures are not kept in good order, the adp T. Cooper, formorly Calfee, with waterworks will exctcise its right to disher lino S. 33 K. 108 feet to continue supply forthwith and without further notice. lino of K. C. Scale; with his NOTICE 181 19 K. feet to N. All persons having an account lino with Doctor L. J. Godboy aro re- corner of Howard Hudson, llicnco wilh Howard Hudson line N. quested to call and settle. 33 W. i!9 feet to tho beginning, con Mrs. L. J. Godbcy In effect Auruit 10. lift 8. Br HOWARD E. WAY tnining two acres, inoro or less. It' Action of I'rad.nllal Cuatodlan of I'ropcrtlf being the snmo land conveyed to FOR SALE Committee Twenty acres of land near Big decedent, K. V. Griffith, by deed of Phone In caie Hill. House and lot; all tillable; P. Cornelius nnd wifo. dated Mny TOWN 194, COLLEGE 16 of trouble three acres of woods, bnlnnco In cul- - 0, 1913 nnd recorded In do'ed book Kentucky Richmond tiation. Good road; a bargain nt No. 78, pngo 10, Madison County .800. Liberal terms. M. J. Carrier, records of deeds. (nd. Tho purchaser will bo required Big Hill, Ky. LOCAL PAGE ol Tun You Can Assist Dean & Stafford REAL ESTATE 20-2- J 1 mm banking organization with Best Biacksmithing scrv-Snmer- set Frt-dn- Berea National Bank s ' pM bar-serm- on t , m ry sur-'tow- d; m -2 FISH'S two-hor- se 12 Gals. two-stor- s' Jlv m $1,-00- 20-2- ht 20-2- Jewelry Store - SAVE WATER! IMPORTANT NOTICE s, CAUTION! The Height of Style and ue in Women's Coats & Suits are on display. Visit our store. See and try on ' some of these "Bl distinctive, moderately priced Berea College . 'B. E. BELUE CO. ..... The Man Who Succeeds is the One Who Knows Things September 19. 1018 TUB CITIZEN j Pago Five. 1 PUBLIC SCHOOLS NOTES BEnfiA TAIR PRIZE LIST E. r. Dlznoy, Principal Owing lo tho heavy downpour of Last week was n record one In rain, there were no entrees on the A family Newipuper for all that It right school nllendance. llrsl day of the fair. Following is true, and Interfiling Oil lo May Parker, of the Normal a list of prizes anil prize winners I'uMlthol nrry TliurnUy at Ifcrm, Ky. Training School held her audience featured on the program for tin morning at second and third days: Monday BEREA PUBLISHING CO. (Incorporated! Chapel, giving her experiences Second Day, September C, 1918. WM. G. FROST, among the Indians of New Mexico. The low rales of two and one-ha- lf Subscription Ralet Cattle. I'AYA III.K IN ADVANCK and three cents for school lunch Host Hull, under two yars o'l. On Ymr 11. M Moore, 1st, 815; Oscar Harrift, last year was made) possible by genHI Month. U Thm Month! erous gifts of friends. Committee son, 2d, $10; Lona Fish, 3d, $5. Rend money or Kiprrn Munrr wjjl appreciate large or small gifts I lest Heifer, under two years old: W. r Order. Draft, llrojitrrrl letter, or ono and two of potatoes, cabbage, turnips, to11. Dunn, Isl, 315; .loo F. Mafon, rent lUmpi. Th dalo after your name on label ilmi tn matoes, apples beans, etc. I'd, 810; M. L. Spink, 3d, 85. what date rour iulwrlpllnn it paid. If It ft not changed within threa week after renewal notify Mrs. Noble supplies this week for Ileal Dairy Cow: P. H. Johnson, 1st, lit. Mit'lna numlien will Iw Kladty tupplleil If wa sixth grade nnd High School. 815; Hud Hoskins, 2d, $10; Joe aro notified. Mrs. Ruth Ilicknell Clark visited Spink, 3d, $5. Liberal termt Riven to any who olitaln new tut tcrlptlont forua. Any one (tending ut four yearly llerea Training School last SaturColt Ring tubKrlptlont ran recelyo Tna Citlien free for day. one year. Ilest Suckling Horse Coll: Cecii Adyertitlna ralet on application. y The compulsory school law will Dunn, 1st and 2d, $15. and ilest Suckling Mure Colt: Roy Dunn, now he enforced. Parents BEflEA COLLEGE SUNDAY SCHOOL guardians, lake notice that severe Isl, $10; A. II. Hamilton, 2d. 85. opened penalties will follow violations. The College Sunday-schoHeat Stallion, Mare or Gelding, or.e tin' first Siintliiy (if llu College tin Kvery child in school gets a grado year and under two: J. L. Green, year, wilh a larger ntimlier of stu- card. Parents and guardians, please Isl and 2d, $15. dents present (Imn ever before on examine each for your children, Host Saddle Stallion, Mare or Geldopening lay. 'I'hi' new people out- sign and have it returned lo ing, 3 years and over: Jack Duer-son- , numbered the old students. teachers., 1st. 310; Roy Dunn, 2d, $5. The time was spent in organizing Wo publish monthly an honor Host Stall ion. Maro or Gelding, two the work and extending greetings roll. Help your child to gel on this years and under three: lloiiert to the new students. The Superinroll. Mitchell, Isl ami 2d, $15. tendent, Professor Smith, welcomed Ilest Harness Pony: William Mason Sundaythe students mi hehalf of the BOONE TAVERN NOTES Adams 1st. 7.50; P. II. Joiinst n. -school olllrers and committee. Hoono Tavern has had an exceed2d, 42.50. welMr. The Citizen Mitor-lrCh- o ol Osborne extended a royal come on behalf of the men of the .Miss Faculty. Iiowcrsox represented the wnnwii of the Faculty anil spoke cordial words of greetings. Miss Maud Lewis, student of tbo College, spoke the greetings of the young women in the various departments. Willi an improved system of keeping records, nnd a larger number of classes and students than ever before on opening days, the school bita fair to have the most successful year in its history. ANOTHER VETERAN GONE About four o'clock a. nu the 2ilh n, of August last, at bis home in Ky, Comrade Stephen Furrls, a member of CapL Jas. West Posl, 0. A. IU llerea, Ky, crossed over the great divide. He was a devoted member of tbo Post; also, a deacon of the Maptlst church. The funeral service, held at the church of which lie was a member, was conducted by the Ilev. I). C. Frances, of Richmond. Ky. The remains were laitl to rest in the cemetery, llerea, Ky. He leaves a devoted wife to mourn his death. Therefore, be it resolved, That tbo Post its lost a valued member in his death, and that the Post extend its sincere sympathy to the family in thoir bereavement. JJy order of CapL Jas. West Post, No. 171, 0. A. It assembled, September II, IHI8. 1 0. W Hall, O. W'. French, II. A. Hollingsworlh, a Committee Tlint undent Joke nbout tlir chicken may be answered by saying Hint It crosses Hie mini to get out of the pathway of a whizzing nutoinolille. end-ma- This wiir Is the biggest thing over (staged p I nee Nooh Ktcppcd Into the nrk, niul nny one chows u poor sense of dramatic value who takes no Khnre In It. Now Hint every citizen Is Invited to heroine n hpy hunter, wo may expect an enormous demand for toy pistols on the part of our Juvenile population. f those The best way would he to Intern fellows who have been putting ground glass mid such things In food that Is wild, nnd then feed them on no other kind. Government Sends An Urgent Call e Gxnmiulon The l'realdent or the recently wired' foe ttenographert andtypltttal Wah-Intto- n "Need itowi mora acuta dally. Increate effort all pottible." The Government and tutlnett roneenit are tljort five hundwl thoutand lumkkeepert and aalarira ilenotrraphera, and are offering never Iwfura heard of. Civil Service Tha Government drafted our llookkeeplntr Set. and about EIGHTY - KIVK per cent of tha Government ttenoicrapheri write the we teach- - Till-- : HIST eviShorthand tyiU-mtha-t dence that our rourx-- are TIIK 1IEST. t Take. IIYMAIU our elnht-wek- a Mercantile- - llwkWplnirCoure or our Simplified Shorthand Courte, the latter courteconilttlnif of TIIIHTY LESSONS, and we iruarantre you from 185 totUSamonthaiiuimai you qualify. Money luck If notaatlifled. Twohundred thoutand tatlt-fleClip, fill money maklnir former ttudentt. out, and tend ut the following coupon: COUPON Nidi.ilU, Ttaa.i Send me FKKK, your book on Home Study, and tell ma about your nvr plan of teaching -tplan whereby it It EASY to learn. I1V MAIL. U.wkkeeplng. Shorthand. I'enmanthip, DRAUCIION'S COLLEGE. ha etc. Thft notice wat clipped from THE CITIZEN, llerea. Ky. Yourt truly, (Name (Addreti) limn samples of tho many things riipllng the grocery sloro delivery suggested by our recent observn- - lo help get our troops to Franco in Harvey, III, September 13, 1018. Hons. I will not dwell upon the time to block the big drive nt Paris Dear Citizen Readers: transformation of nrld wastes Into and the channel. She turned food On this, the birthday of our highmarvels of productiveness, tho re- - ships into transports, look another ly regarded General Pershing, I suit of extensive irrigation enter- - hitch In her belt and told tho fami-prlstake pleasure in following my messure lo be multiplied as tho ly that for four months, during sage of a fortnight ngo, sent from years pass by. The contrasts of April. Mny, June and July, thcro Seattle, Wash, with some observa- scenery, along the homeward way, would, figuratively speaking, bo no tions upon persons and place's seen are numerous and not less than that' jam in the larder. When that since. the western forests where riot! is over, British ships will have n evergreen trees are tho rulo lo our carried perhaps Mrs. Dodge and I occupied a half million whole day, until 10:00 p. m., in mak- own where they are the exception. American soldiers lo France, and ing the trip from Seattle to SpoAt Aurora, III., wo visited Mis II is now probable, from statements kane, in (be same Slate. The passleniile K. Davles, n prominent Herea made in parliament within the last ing of the Cascade mountains fur student, 1881-0Here we are vis- - few days, that the lock will be kept cin nished us some wild and delightful f-iling our Jas. L. and Helen Knecland on the larder door for another ox- scenery. Some wonderful curves Jones add their little William and tended period. British ships, in were made by the train, in climbing .Mary Kllen; also Helen's mother. other weirds, will continue in our the heights and in making a safe Mrs. K. K. Kneelanil, who passed transport service so lojig as they descent on the eastern slope. At some months in Berea, and the fam- are needed, or until our lonnago many points the snowefnd summit ily of her daughter, Mrs. C. B. Rus- equals the demand, and in tbo meanof ML Rainier was in sight, inspir- sell, more than once Berea visitors. time England will go without the ing us with Indescribable feelings of After these pleasures, there aro the honest roast beef of oh! Kngland beauty and grandeur. In the Ynkima calls upon the Bartons at Oak Parl. which, everybody knows, comes Valley were found Inrge orchards, the Hogerses and Hills nt Wood-sloc- k, from Kansas City. Wo owe Kngland a cheer for this. laden to the limit with beautiful and perhaps the Fees nl Clarksburg, Ind, before reluming to The old girl is game. She has, in fruiL At Spokane we wcr met by the (he old Kentucky home. the nautical phrase of ono of her own favorite sons and ours laid L. V. Dodge. luandam Koreans, Mr. nnd Mrs. Ira L. McLaren, (nee Grace Barton). a point closer lb the wind for us than a man could expect of bis own ATTENTION HOME SEEKERS! I'lieir home was inalle ours, for the Why leave the Slate to find gooil married wife. She has stood by at, days of our visit, extending beyond our plans because of their insistent homes when Berea offers so many every crisis from the start. Her good investments in the way of destroyer fleet took the seas before Mr. McLaren is makhospitality. ing good as bookkeeper of the city town property nnd country homes? ours was ready and battled the subingly busy week with a great num- Ilest Harness Stallion, Mare or Geld- public school system, which has live We believe we have for sale some marine at a time when it seemed Elizabeth of the best investments to be found, that monster might dispute our pasber of one-da- y and over-niging, nny age: Robert Mitchell, 1st or six hundred teachers. guests. Aumtig those who have reand Marian McLaren are high school in Hie way of town property.building sage. She sent us coal last winter and 2d, $15. students, the former lo graduate in lots, and farms, hut can only de- when thousands of tons of ships mained longer have been: Mrs. J.S. Walking Ring wcro tied up in our harbors for Pintle and daughter, of Louisville; Ilest Slallion, Mare or Gelding, any 1010. Donald, who was but two scribe a few of them.- Mrs. IS. M. llrown, of Chicago; Dr. No. 85. Is a nice farm on Dixio want of fuel. age: N. W. (loggers, 1st, 810; Jack years old when (he family last left P. Cornelius, of Aberdeen, Let's not forget it. England's Mis; Duorsop, 2d, $5. Berea, is well along in grade school Highway, 5 miles out, contains 108 Paul T. Ilriot and Mrs. Uriel. if studies, and at the same time is, in acres, good house, cistern, barn, ice been a good neighbor and a good Sweepstake Colt Ring Cincinnati; Miss Mary K. l'jnersoti.of Ilest Suckling Coll, eitlfer sex; A. H. miniature, doing the part of an in- house, orchard, and fine garden. ally right thru the time when most of the flowers wo were sending Cincinnati; and A. I). Flint ami Hamilton, 1st, $15; Roy Dunn, 2d, genious American patriot by pro- Price $110 per acre. bride, of Akron, 0. Mr. Flint was a No. 19. Farm on Dixie Highway, down to the footlights were. marked ducing machinery to help win the $lu; Cecil Dunn, 3d, 55. la belie France. former llerea student. ronlains about 72 acres, niro four- - for her war. Races Mr. ami Mrs. .Mitchell were host 2:25 Pace or Trot, Purse, $150.00 At Spokane we had a visit with K. room house, weather boarded and Let's not forget that she has never Mr, plastered; and hostess to a parly of six gennew b:irn, 32x10 feet. failed to join her voice to ours in Robt. Swope; "Northern Hoy," 1st, A. Poller, wife, and daughter. people tlemen from Cincinnati ami Dayton $75; John Dillion, "Logan. D.." 2d, Poller will be remembered by tho This place has been rented out, and acclaiming that wonderful for over Sunday. ancients at Berea as at one time in all it needs is a man on it. It is and kepi right on doing hard, prac$37-5," Robt. Mitchell, All of this week Hie College Cab- -' all limestone land and will respond tical, handy jobs for us. Robt. Mitchell, "Mack charge of the bookkeeping depart3d, $22-5Kansas City Times ment. Since then he has taugbtand to good treatment. Liberal terms inel. of eleven members, has been lib, $15. Bird," meeting in the private dining-rooMule Race: Jesse Vaughn, 1st, $7.50; preached; and now be is at the head can be secured on this number. A for Cabinet luncheons. John An of the work for raising funds to special bargain at $80.00. Oscar Harrison, 2d, There has been some dilllctilty in feed the starving Armenians, hav No. 33. A small farm of 52 acres, ME NATIONAL SECURITY derson, 3d. securing a permanent desk clerk at ing a Held of tbree or four sLites. three miles out of town. Tho best Third Day, September 7, 1918 the Tavern this fall, di.e to the fact Ilest Suckling Pony Colt, either sex;. The little Ralph of Berea times is an improved little place in the counLEAGUE AND ITS WORK accomplished olllcer "over there" try, of its size. Splendid bouse, of the new army draft law. Mi, John Anderson, Isl and 2d, $10. llowman. wb,o was there for a time, "Special Premium by Shelby Tu in the Marine service. barn, orchard, and garden. Nothing was called home Saturday night by In coming from Spokane here, wo like it. Trice $0,000 and the imBy COL. CHARLES E. LYDECKER. dor." Best Mule Colt, either sex. the serious illnes of his mother. by his Jack, Gov. Wood, John An- occupied nearly live days. Three provements, cost the money asked President of the National Security It is expected now that Y.l Mc- League. derson, Isl, $15; A.H.Kidd, 2d, $10. nights we slopped over, so as to for the place. house, No. 20. Is a nice Mliney win take ins place. Tho Natlnnnl Security league calls Best Horse Mule Colt: A. H. Kidd. have a daylight view of a larger and membership stretch of territory. Coming by tho just inside the corporation, on a for the 1st, $10; Berl Johnson, 2d, $5. A BUSINESS TRANSFER Best Mare Mule Colt: W. C. Parrish, Northern Pacific as far as St. Paul, resident street. It contains one of nil men ami women throughout the United State) and then by the C, B, & Q, we had acre of line, level land. Priced lo An extensive business transfer 1st', $10; Wilson Roggers, 2d. $5. who npprove IU occurred last Friday when A. P. Best Brood Mare and Mule Colt a sort of panoramic view of the sell quick, nt $1,500. Few apwork. The territory No. 00. Is our special bargain. Cornell sold out his slock of gro- preciate the task either sex: W. C. Parrish, 1st, $10: Great Northwest. falling under this head, in the mod- It contains 531 acres of tho best land tt It hns undertaken reries anil hardwnro lo C H. Wilson Roggers, 2d, $5. nnd Is performand I). N. Welch. The new firm Best Brood Mare and Horse Col. ern manner of thinking, is of vast, in 5 miles of Berea, in abigh stale ing. From Its orexpect to enlarge their present either sex: Cecil Dunn, 1st, $10, though of rather indefinite, extent. of cultivation, is susceptible of ganization It hns All or it is far beyond tbo North- division and has buildings and imquarters and will open up a full Roy Dunn, 2d, $5. ndvocnted nctlon, west of my childhood. "Westward provements on every piece. This line of hardware in the adjoining! Draft Horses not lip service. It way." land, in corn or tobacco, will pay store, now occupied by the R. A. Best Suckling Mare Colt: John Good-lo- o, the slaNof empire takes its was created to seNo longer would em count thoso 50 per cent on the investment. cure such preparWilson Salvage Co. They will have Jr.. 1st and 2d, $15. edness In in cash, their new slock in shape anil be Best Stallion, Mare or Gelding, any states west of the Mississippi but Price $125 per acre; one-thiand material as ready to give tbo public Roggers, 1st, $10; bordering upon it as a part of the balance to suit purchaser. age: Wilson would compel rehi.rvii!, within tint tlnrl nmlllll No. 33. A fine farm im pike, 0 Shelby Tudor, 2d, $5. (Ten entries true Northwest. These pertain, tho spect for the pro" rather, to the "Middle West." miles from Berea, 137 acres, good col. C. E. Lydecker. nouncements of B in this Ring Roughly speaking the region n6v house, plenty of water, good BOOKS BV BEREA TEACHERS government In de- Bot Pair Draft Horses, either sex: land in high state of clnrlng the principles, of right nnd JusTwo important books for the ed- Henry Tussle, 1st. $10; Shelby to be styled "The Great Northwest." in its most limited sense, includes cultivation. If you want a nice tice between men nnd nations nnd not ucatioual world have recently np- -: Tudor. 2d, $5. leave tliem empty words. Its extraorpeared, written by members of the Berea Boys and Girls Pig Division the eight vast states of North and place, see this one. Price $150. acres, dinary work, while nt llrst unappreNo. Si. Is a farm of 55 South Dakota, Nebraska. Wyoming. Faculty. llerea Best Male Pig, any breed: Lona Fish, recognition of nil ciated, hns now Montana, Idaho, Washington, and fronting Vs mile on Dixie Highway who ure enrnestthe carrying on Uie The newest of these is "The 1st, $2; P. B. Johnon. 2d. $1. In one of the most desirable loca- wnr to victory and who believe In the , Waterboys and Their Cousins," by Best Poland China Pig. pure tired: Oregon. In comparison with this all the land occupied by our Revolu tions in the country, 3 miles out. supreme duty to give the most and the Charles H. Lewis, of our Normal P. B. Johnsim, 1st and 2d- - $3. Faculty, published by Lippincott. Best Chester While Sow Pig, pure tionary fathers was an insignificant This number is susceptible of di- best to our brave sons who are offe We lng their lives on the bred: P. B. Johnson, 1st and 2d. $3. patch. Its vastness bafllcs imagi- vision, needs a man on it to fix it know who urged bnttle front up a little, and wilTsell for a profit. They wero Best Chester White Boar Pig. pure nation. WORLD NEWS Pro Gennnns or dullards. I must not long dwell upon the Priced to sell at $i,500. bred: 1'. B. Johnson, 1st and 2d, $3. The war came nnd hns given us (Continued tram Pago One) these We have other properties to sell: Service. No praise is too great Best Duroe Sow Pig pure bred: physical and other features of northwestern slates. A prominent Farms, suburban homes and city for the men of the laud In their Lona C. Fish. 1st and 2d, $3. Hy latest reports the Americans seorder are closing in on Metz, tho chief Best Duroe Boar Pig, pure bred: man made the claim that Washing- property, vacant lots, improved lective to the duo lu for duty In the the great part to draft, ton. Oregon, and Idaho have moro farmlands anything in the way of alG. Fish. 1st and 2d, $3. Lona city of Lornine. They have prior teaching hy the National Securiready bombarded thu place with Best Sow and Litter of Pigs, any available timber than all the rest real estate. We will also rent your ty League of the duty so to take the breed: Lona C. Fish, 1st and 2d, 85. Ipf the United Slates. Small won property in Berea. long range guns and aro now within order. j yarns If you want property in or around Tho work Is now on to create the" a few miles of the German frontier. Best Female Pig, any breed or age: der that the Taco-m- a about Portland, Seattle, and Berea, better buy it now I It will heart In every one to win the war Although the weather is rainy it Lona C Fish, 1st and 2d, $3. aro numbered by tho score and never lie cheaper! Call at Berea against nil sacrifice and hardship. does not binder the Americans from Best Pig of Any Breed or Sex: Lona labor- Bank & Trust Co. and seo us and How can that be done; how can war C. Fish, 1st, $3; P. B. Johnson, 2d. employ a hundred thousand advancing, ami in Ibis manner Hie ers. In Oregon we saw an tell usvwhat you want, and wo will weariness and war laxness be prevent$1.50. Germans have been taken by surThe heart to reaper at its work, cutting try to find it for you. Mr. Dean is ed? comprehension wlti must be founded Races on Track prise. on and will; compreacres oT wheat n day, cashier of the Bank, and solicits hension of the diabolical, dishonest, Purse. $150. forty-fiv- e Freo for All Race. If the government coins II. U. Parrish, "Old Ben," 1st, $75; while going but thrice around the your accounL and promises you piratical, cruel, rapacious, venal, pieces fir movie patrons It should German Kultur, which would W. .F. Jenkins, "Lady T.," 2d, 2.500 acre Held, dropping oiT the every courtesy consistent with lepieces so the make 30 nnd grain in gitimate banking. Mr. Herndon will destroy the liberty of men and the life $:i7.50; Hold. Mitchell. "Gannon," threshed and winnowed ticket sellers nt the hall parks could of small nations In a selfish attempt at 3d, $22.50; Robt. Mitchell, "Black sacks securely fastened. Only four show you the property, speed up a lilt, too. aggrandizement founded on vanity and men were needed. When horse ad. Dean & Herndon Bird," lib, $15.00. cupidity. That being understood by of bands power is used the number our people, wo must elevate the char-octe-r It might not be n hud Idea to let a (ho same, as ono man drives the of Americans to the poinf-t- o few German spies tako n good look at A bond slacker is tho Kaiser's is ENGLAND ON THE JOB thirty-tw- o tn make sacrifice to destroy the At tho Great Lakes naval training sta- hacker. animals required. While wo are congratulating our- hasten or to bring him to terms. tion and the other training camps nnd Butte, Montana, is doubtless tbo selves on tbo showing mado by our enemy then tell the news to the knlser. 200,000 Teachers. in The more bonds you buy tho few- greatest output of copper men in France, let us not forget to The league, to do tills, hns orgnnl All tbo industries the worid. er boys will die. As n means of combating whom we are indebted for tbo lift ed In tho Summer Schools for Teachof a largo city center around this in getting them there. propaganda can wo not circulate ers courses hy which 200,000 teachers ore fact. Thousands of tons of tho tho rumor that If the knlser wins the Let ;ill get on tbo bond wagon. Oeltlng our troops across in ef- have had the Instruction of our teachwar ho will compel every male citizen are moved nway in different direc- fective numbers was n problem that ers and our literature. of tho world to. wear n.derhy hut? A campaign to get the best Congress Dig up the coin and bury the Hun. tions to llnd better conveniences for camo down to n question of ships, smelting. F.xtonsivo forests in othIs In progress. Fusion, ami we didn't bavo them. That Is danger exists, that a BOftwhere serious or too phcI-er places are owned by tbo Anacon- where Kngland came to bat again da Mining Company nnd placed un- as she has so many times when a fistic, or too extreme, Hocltr! plillotio- NOTIONS SMART PEOPLE BUY DRY GOODS AND shall get Into Congress, la urged, der tribute to furnish Urn timber to pinch bit was needed. Kngland had and knowledge of those who have IV fa be required in increasing quantities, some ships, to bo sure, but shoalso eu to stand the test Is being dUavad- FROM as tho years multiply. Our slop nt had use for them. Ships nro Ens- - "aUlL tK'o,,l0 aro ,H',nB Brous"1 tho dmiKl'r of ltohshevik pence, Butte prepared me to understand Ifin.r only giiaranne Hint dinner wh,ch Im,umj dltmBter M wt M tri. why John D. Ryan, the successful will be ready at the usual hour. If, 8on president of tLnt company, has been for any reason, they do not keep chosen to tako ehargo of our air- Lsteadiiy going between the grocery; There Is to bo an awakening among craft construction, until lately n store and tho kitchen door, meals men capaoio o uomg an ooueSl uuy THERE IS A REASON colossal failure bcoauso of olllolal are likely to bo mighty irregular- -- work ut homo before this war Is over, Tho a.eragu 8laekt,r w)U bo mul(J t0 Inullloiency. Kiigland bolng in this rospeot like UU(jerstuna not oniy timt we ro In KENTUCKY Neither tho Citizen space nor my RICHMOND a family without n refrigerator. wnPi but that he himself is part of the time can afford that I refer lo more Kngland took tho risk of Inter- - great machlno essential to victory. es spell-bound, F.d-g- ar 1. ' I i ht co-sL- ar, "Joe-Hoy0; 0; m $2-50; Ar-nerd o-- n -j Unl-vers- nl siiip-nuiiui- ng auto-moving Li-ce00-ce. D0DQE IN PROFESSOR NORTHWEST THE ,,it OWEN McKEE P In TVo Weeks a New Student Has More Friends in Berea Than Anywhere Else Pago Six. THE CITIZEN September 10, 1018 MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spencc, Farm Demonstrator and Special Investigator oonsttlutes nn explanation of what FARMERS AND THE DRAFT Special Care to bo Taken to Defer is meant by "skilled" as applied to farm laborer. I bo expression will Agricultural Workers i SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG Berea's HOME DEPARTMENT Conducted by Miss Margaret Oizticy, Director of Home Science OUR A PEOPLE DAILY RltEAD; TREAT IT HOW TO Under the rules of the War Do- parlmont for executing the hew draft law, special provision is made. for informing tho district boards in requirements regard to farm-labIn order that necessary food pro- dtirtion may be maintained, says a statement issued by the Department of Agriculture. The statement conor In the new draft tho district boards are charged with the duty of pulling Into deferred classes those persons who are more likely to fur titer the war by remaining in civil Ian occupations than by entering tho Army. Accordingly, three advisers are to be selected for each district board one for agriculture, one for labor, and ono for other occupations. The agricultural adviser will be appointed by the board upon tho recommendation of tho Secretary of Agriculture. Tho advisers are not members of (he board but may, when Invited, attend its meetings. How Agricultural Advisers Will Aid The duties of the agricultural adviser will bo to furnish to the board requirefacts relative to farm-labments, not only of his own district. but of the whole country. Ho should iI be the repository of all facts hav- .11... it int.,., nrrnl.ii1f tinnl tnAnnol to find the men that can be spared nth UOOT LolIePP ing rotation to tho deferment of agTills Is the crown nf th whnln lnHlllflnn nnrt nrnvMn. .tnnrfnrH ricultural workers, whether theso Ilor military UUty, hilt also to Keep wwuu I I. 11.. iiihl courses In all advanced subjects, bo necessary farm laborers, mana- uiusu il.A ui u L'ssuimui io uio mam- gers or operators. He will be ex- tenance of the nroner food sunnlv. a icmporary liaise in uoard is forced by war conditions. For ported to advise tho district boards yoars tno board nas remained tho same In Berea. but the iweniy-uv- o THE COLORED AMERICANS as to the shortage or surplus of In commuting thn death sentence unusual situation in which the wholo country finds Itself now makes any necessary farm workers for given district, as well as for tho en- of ton of sixinon nninrn,! sniiiinra " impossiDio lor us to live on me same money as we have in the Dast 111,3 aaas 0 WJ 10 1,0 rorraer cxponses of tne girls and I15C0 lo tire Nation. Such information will convicted in tho courts-martia- ls noys. but still leaves tho cost half that at other growing out of the Houston. Tex. ino cxnense9 be supplied to tho advisers by tho and cheaper than staying at home." Tills riots some time over a year aeo. "hook Department of Agriculture. will make it possible to have neces President Wilson says: i'AMbiM MUbl BE IN ADv AisCE, Incidental foe and room rent "I desiro tho clemency hero or- sary workers transferred from dis tricts in which they may not be dercd to be a recognition of the bv lno term, board by the half term. Installments are as follows: necessary to other districts in which splendid loyalty of Iho race to which FALL TERM theso soldiers belong and an inspi they arc sorely needed. Expenses for Boys Tho adviser may also concern ration to tho peoplo of that race to VOCATIONAL ANU ACADEMY FOUNDATION SCHOOLS AND NORMAL COLLKOK himself with individual cases that further zeal and service to the country of which they are citizens, Incidental Fee $ 5.00 7.00 come before tho district board. Ho f 0.00 7.00 7.00 7.00 will have the right, tinder certain and for tho liberties of whicn so Room many of them aro now bravely Board, 7 weeks es 12.25 12.25 12J25 conditions, to examine tho Amount duo Sept, 11, VMS.. 21.25 25J25 20J23 and other records in the bearing arms at the very front of Board, 7 weeks, due Oct. 30.. 12.25 12J files of the local board for the pur- great fields of battle." 125 Total for Term It is believed that the action of 3650 3750 3850 pose of ascertaining whether pertho President, especially with his sons entitled to deferred classificaExpenses for Girls tion bavo actually claimed it. In reason given for cleme icy. will mct 8 5.00 t 0.00 I 7.00 with the approval of th" Amcric case he finds the names of such 7.00 7.00 7D0 registrants be may file for them a people. Board, 7 weeks 1050 1050 1050 ino colored Americana as a raco claim for deferred classification Amount due Sept. 11. ili8.. 22.50 2350 2450 with the district board, which, in bavo proved their loyalty as sol Board, 7 weeks, due Oil. 30.. 1050 1050 1050 turn, may require the local board to diers, as workers, and as citizens Total for Term 33.00 34.00 '35.00 generally. There are no exact fig certify the questionaire and record This docs not Inoludo the dollar deposit nor monoy for books or of any such registrants for consid- ures of the amount of Lihetty Loan bonds and War Savings Stamps they laundry. eration. Reasonable time will bo but enough is given for the purpose of obtaining bavo purchased, Special Expenses In Addition to Incidental Fee Business information and supplying affida known to warrant tho statement Fall Winter S1S.00 (12.00 110.00 vits required. If a local board de that according to their mcan3 and Stenography and Typewriting 11.00 12.00 10.00 termines to consider a ease for do ability their financial support of Bookkeeping (brief course) 7.00 0.00 5.00 ferrcd classification because a reg- the Government has been splendid. Bookkeeping (regular course) istrant is engaged in a necessary I he I.reasury Department has on Businoss course for students notwithstanding no more than ono occasion referred to in other departments: occupation, 10.50 9.00 750 Stenography claim for deferred classification on this fact. Tho President's action Typewriting, with one hour's that ground has been made, it shall above mentioned, it is believed and uso of instrument 7.00 0.00 5.00 endorse tho recommendation on the hoped, will bring a hearty rcsponso Com. Law., Com. Geog., Com. questionaire of tho registrant and from tho colored Americans in tho Arith., or Penmanship, each.. 1.80 2.10 150 forward it lo the district board hav Fourth Loan. In no caso will special Business Fees exceed $15.00 per term. ing jurisdiction. The district board will thereupon consider the case All students do somo work with their hands from six to six- and proceed lo classify tho regisleen hours a week as janitors or in tho farm, carpenter shop, printBUY trant, notwithstanding the fact that ing office, laundry, boarding hall, ofilco, otc., and recolvo pay which no claim for deferred classification reduces their expenses. by or in respect of tho registrant Any has been made. young man or young woman can get an education LIBERTY Claim in Behalf of Necessary Em at Berea if there is the will to do so. BONDS i , ploycos If it is impossible for any young man or young woman to bo A further duly with which tho in school tho full year, by all means they should enter for a courso duradviser' is charged is to confer with ing tho winter and spring terms. employers of necessary farm workCINCINNATI MARKETS. ers, and to. instruct them as to their Tho public schools will close about Cliristmas and tho teachers Hay and Grain. right under tho regulations to file ainJ advanced pupils should not bo idle through the long wintor Corn No. a white $i 87 Vo 3 a claim for deferred classification hlte $l.7"l.s:, No. : "yellow $i.'oo months but should bo studying in Berea whero tho best education can 1.U5. No. a yellow SLSTiif l.titl. St. in respect of any registrant who has uo gotten for least money. failed or refused lo fllo a claim for mUeU $!.)& 1.70, No. : mixed $1.55 wa.w, wime Applicants mast bring or send a testimonial showing that they an deferred classification in his own ear $l.G0frl.U5, ear Sl.tftl.u7. vellnw mixed ear $1.5TQl.(JO. above 15 years old, in good health and of good character. This may bi behalf. This, in tho opinion of the jiuy .o. i timothy $.(UnOu:!J. signed by some former Berea student in good standing or some reliabli War Department, is a very impor- standard S'.DfrJSO.f.O. .No. 2 'JO, So. 1 clover mixed &.uJ50,No 2 teacher or neighbor. The use of tobacco is strictly forbidden, tant matter. Tho apparent injus- clover mixed No.' l' clover , ,, .. tice of placing many registrants in ror iniuniiuiiuu or . iriunuiy uuvicu wrue to me secretary, Class I is often duo lo tho fact that New Oats -- No. white 7307-lc- , employers have failed to make standard white 7.Tfr7:SHc No. a hlte MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Ky. No. 2 mixed Ti&Tiv, No. claims for deferred classification on 3 mixed 705i71ie. behalf of necosary workers. It is mitter, Eggs and Poultry. to avoid a repetition of this trouble iiuiirr n nine nun; cri'iimerv .r. that farmers should see that all of trns fMo, centralized creamery ex t run 4S4 their necessary employees, whether ui4C, Prime llrst I5c, llrnts la'Ae, Lkks sons or other laborers, of tho draft ordinary llrMs l()e. Live Poultry I'A III and nver. (! age have made for them just claims miner 1 ! lit, :w; fowls, I His ami Best Equipment and Service at Lowest Cost. for deferred classification. jver, .se; no, under I IIih, 17c: roostOne Wards for Men and for Women, important explanation is ers, lOo. made in tho new Selectivo Sorvlco Live Stock. Private Rooms, Baths, Electric Service. Cattle Shippers $iain.M): l.ntcli. Regulations In connection with tho expression, "skilled farm laborer." rr bieerx, exira ?I ll.t.oO, Kxd 10 iioico il, common to fulr $7.f0 Tho questionaire provides deferred 11.50; heifers, extiil U (t 12.75, Rood to Eye Treatment, Nose and Surgery, Care in Child-birtchoice $IOf 11, common to fair f7 classification for the "necessary MO; town, extra $M.7fifi 11.75. irooil Ear, General Practice skilled farm laborer in necessary :o choice 8.5l)j 11.50. ngrioultural enterprise." Tho now flLaUfS; (nimiiib Sijffi common to fair (J.8."). ( alves Kxtru J17.5tJfil7.7n. fnlr in regulations provide that In Class II Come in and visit an establishment, which is a friend in shall bo placed any registrant found :ood no 17.50. common iitnl lnri'i. need, and in reach of all the people. lo be erigaged in a "necessary" agI Ioks .Selected heavy bhlppers I'.'O ricultural entorpriso, and found to H'MX. good lo choice puckera und bo necessary to such enterpriso in iincner f.n.;n, medium S'JOJnfrO.iiil. itllKM SlMl'l.'). common to rlmlre lieiivv Robert H. Cowley, M.D., Physician tho capacity of a farm laborer "es- 'at sown lSJf 17.M). llKht shippers pecially fitted for the work In which ui.rm5i-o.a- ri, Mrs. Anna Powell Hackett, Superintendent plKH, 110 lbs awl luau. ho is engaged." Tills quoted phraso tinues: or make easier the determination of 1st Door Vocational Schools tho status of many registrants, War Service In Hlght Place Training that adtfe to your money-earnin- g powor, combined with The purpose in the appointing of general education. advisers is to placo men where they FOR YOUNG MEN Agriculture, Carpontry, Bricklaying, Printing, Commcrco and Telegraphy. can do most to help win tho war. FOR TOUNO LADIES Theso advisers will bo ablo to help Homo Science, Dressmaking, Cooking, Nursing, Stenography and Typewriting. greatly tho district boards to keep in agriculture tho necessary work ers, 'i nose workers, whalever may 2nd Door Foundation School be their inclination to enter mili General Eduoalion for thoso not far advanced, combinod with some tary service, should stand ready to vocational training. No matter what your prosont advancement, servo in any capacity in which they wo can put you with others liko yourself and glvo chance for can contribute most toward a speedy most rapid Improvement. ending of tho war. In order that this may bo dono a frank statement Door English Academy Course should, in each case, bo made to the ror inoso wno aro not expocitng to icaon anu wno aro nol going boards. It is bcliovcd that it will thru Collcgo and deslro more general education. It also gives frequently require as much courage tho best general education for thoso who wish a good start In on tho part of many men to remain study and expect to carry it on by tbcmsolvos. n their civilian occupations as to 1C waive deferment. 1 XI D I AiL T s This effort to keep men in indus- ocnuoi Thls gives tho best training for thoso who expect to leach. try, rather than lo send them to the Courses are so arranged that young pcoplo can teach through the camps and the trenches, should not summer and fall and attend sohool through tho wlnlorand spring, bo abused so as to permit tho slack thus earning monoy to keep right on in thoir courses of study. er to escape military duty. Tho ne Read Dlnsmoro's great book,'How to Teach a District School." cessities for raising an army aro paramount. Every man that can bo Academy Course spared will be needed and needed 5th Door badly lo bring tho enemy to his ints lsinosiraigniroaa to college best training In Mathematics, Science, Languages, History and all preparatory subjects. The senses. Tho adviser should bo as Academy is now Dorea's largest department. sisted in every possiblo way by cv- - Practical Housokcepcr Lays Down Some Simplo Rules for Every Ono to Follow Berea's 3rd Berea's tin uuui uerea nunnai Berea's Preparatory 1 1 I .... ' lo Berea qucs-tionair- Tho bane of many a housekeeper's ly baked when covered with n wot oxislenco Is slnlo broad. Somo wo cloth and heated. Cookies and men nre such careful managers that doughnuts and somo kinds of cako they never have n piece of stalo ran bo freshened by inclosing them bread that they cannot find a uso in the paper bag and placing in n for, but others nro not so efficient. hot oven. This mismanagement Is moro oflcn A cake can bo rewarmed with a duo to wnut of thought and plan damp clolh if it has no icing. than lo careless tendencies. Bread that has been hung in tho It Is well to know that when bread air to dry in tho cheesecloth bag begins lo get stalo it can bo fresh should be ground Into breadcrumbs ened by wrapping, it In n wet cloth at least twice a week. It is well to and placing It in a hot oven. dry tho stale bread in tho oven nflcr Instead of laying tho slices left it has been made into crumbs. They from a meal nslde to dry, place them should bo stirred to hasten tho proback against Ihe loaf and wrap a cess. When they bavo been thorpiece of clean cloth about them. oughly dried nnd toasted they Turn tho loaf on the slices of bread should bo set nway In glass Jars in and the moisture from tho loaf will the cupboard. keep them so fresh that they ran A Jar for Crumbs often be used the next day on tho When cutting a loaf of bread table. Wax paper can bo used in placo a piece of waxed paper on tho stead of tho napkin or pieco of bread board and after placing tho linen. bread in the pan pour the crumbs Keep Them in Cheesecloth thai have remained into tho handy It is a splendid plan to keep left- little Jar that should be kept near over bread and crusts that cannot for tho purpose. As Iho crumbs nro bo ued any more in n bag of cheesetoasting in the oven add theso that cloth. Tho bag should be hung In come from cutting tho bread. ouUof-the-wa- y some place, whore Of course, it is needless lo tell the air can circulate around it, but the uses of breadcrumbs. They can where It will bo protected from the be used in so many ways; not only dust. When tho bread is quite dry in frying oysters, breading cutlet it should bo rolled on tho biscuit and sprinkling on top nf baked board with the rolling pin or run dishes, but also in dry cleaning. through Iho food chopper until fine. New breadcrumb can bo used for Some housewives keep the stalo cleaning gold and white lace. They bread with the fresh bread. There should not be toasted if they nro to is only so much moisturo in the be used in this way, but applied bread box, and the stalo absorbs this with n cb'an cloth. When they as well as, tho fresh does. If this soiled fresh crumbs should bo plan is followed, tho fresh bread is used. liable to become stale, and tho stalo Breadcrumbs have successfully bread is les likely lo become dry. cleaned wall paper. They can, of Tills plan alo necessitates the use course, he used for cleaning other of gas in drying out tho broad in paper, such as leaves of books. the oven. Toast can be used for removing wax Warm-ove- r Biscuits from silk. Toast tho bread until When biscuits become stale they quite hot, but not burned. Rub tho can be warmed over o cleverly that silk with the toast until it becomes it would lake a connoisseur to de- cold. Take another piece and anlect the fact. Dampen tho outside other until the wax is removed. It crusts with a little water and put is well lo remember this when a them in a hot oven. little wax drops from Ihe candles Paper bags are used (0 beat rolls' on tho table cover of silk. in. I.ven rolls that have been There nre so many uses for bread dampened slightly do not become so and toast crumbs that it pays to dry. As som peoplo prefer them save every crumb. Am It only redry it is as well lo consider the quires a Hide thought and care lo family lasle before freshening them do Ibis, pvon the busy housewlfo with water. Rolls seem to bo fresh- - will find il worth while. bo-co- y OUR INDIVIDUAL PART WOMEN WELL ORGANIZED FOR LOAN DRIVE Cleveland. O. Thero will bo a women's Liberty Loan committee In moro than 150 of tho 1C9 counties of tho fourth federal district, by Iho time tho campaign opens for tho fourth Liberty Loan. Tho district, which Includes all of Ohio, EG counties of Kentucky, a portion of West Virginia and Western Pennsylvania, has somo very spnrsely settled counties. In which n separato organization will not bo formed, but they will bo tho only exceptions. In ablo-bodi- ed the third campaign, which ended May 4th, tho women of tho district sold $72,238,800 worth take a great deal moro twice as much to satisfy them this time. of bonds. It will pome observers think that Ihe most rliaraelerilie thing about the American soldiers in France, some- -, thing which astounds the enemy and excites the admiration of our allies, is the rapacity of the American soldiers to do individual think ing nnd lighting. The Oernmn fights succes'fully only In mass, formation, in organized bodies, while every Amerienn soldier has an initiative nnd independence of action whleh gives him remarkable eflleleney in open fighting. They nro no senseless cogs, hut each Is an Individual working unit in n great fighting machine. Kvery Amerienn at homo should feel an individual responsibility and do his or her individual part In winning Ihe war. Theio is not an American citizen who can not help win the war. Tho Fourth Liberty Loan drive, which begins September 28. offers a great opportunity for concerted action and for Individual action, anil the loan" will be n tremendous success if each American will do his or her Individual part as each American soldier in Franco does bis part. Our soldiers deserve such support from the people at home. How to Cure Stammering. Lisping nnd Btummertng, according ro Popular Science Monthly, are separate Imperfections of speech which s Berea College Hospital Sun-parlor. . MRS. FRANK MUHLHAU8ER. "Our task la to be much greater," aid Mrs. Prank Muhlhauner, "both because the loan Itself will be for about (6,000.000 Instead of (3.000,000 aa laat time, and because we aro determined that the women will bring In a larger proportion of the total than we did before. "Wo are going to do It by going after the people who did not buy at all before, who can buy only email bonds, perhaps, but whose buylngs count up tremendously If von gtlhein.all. JUd h, requlro entirely different treatment Llspers, for Instunce, can bo cured In u short time by tongue and palato They "llthp" simply be- gymnastics. cause they do not work their tongue Ity making tho anil palate properly. child speak before a mirror, however, the teacher can correct these mistakes. Stammering Is u nervous disorder which cannot ho cured so easily, Tho nuiill Involuntarily applies too much force at certain parts of tho vocal or- gniiN, causing the stuttering and a sputtering with which we nil nro familiar. The cure Is to relieve the overworked parts by distributing the energy evenly. This Is learned by pronouncing certain (lowing hounds In front of n candle until the flamo doea not flicker. Wear your old clothes and buy Liberty ltoiuls. Tho soldier gives; you must lend. Get to Berea Right Off with $30 for First Payment, and $70 More in Reach for 5 i Half-Ter- m Installments. September IMPROVED 10, 1018 TUB CITIZEN Pago Seven STATE SUNDAY-SCHOO- L UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL Soldiers' Letters LEONARD L. TENWICK WHITES safo to bring supplies In tho train, Severs, Frnnre, Auk. 18, HUH. nnd keep n day or two of same Dear Mr. WorlPiilterKor nml Family: stored. II tnkes nlioul three cars of As Dm fnll approaches, I nm thlnk-Ifi- S rations, ten cars of hay, two of oats, of the preparations being inntlo four or llvo of wood, two of gaso(Hy HHV. P. II. I'lT.WATEIl. D. D., by our educational institutions for line, etc., each day. If they fall Tcnclirr of KtiRllMi llllile In (lie Moody their courses of study. And so it lo arrive I try lo get lliem from nl Clilmnn) llll.li InMltut (CopyrlKlit, Newrpaner is ipiilo natural Hint my mind should railroad!) ten or twenty miles away 191V. W"lrrn I'nlon ) turn from tho theater of war to my hy sending trucks. Threo largo alma mater in the Cumberland fool-hil- ls. trucks also work here, nnd nino LESSON FOR SEPTEMBER 29 guards are also subject lo railhead Soon the trains will nrrlvo with orders. REVIEW. Wo nro licking the Germans, Heron's disciplinarians for tho year. RI II.IKCT Wlint It Meant to Ho o Dray wagons will ply between tho though many gel killed and woundClirlMlnn. depot nnd tho gymnasium nnd ed on our side. Yesterday morning HKI.r.CTION Toil 11KADIN0- -I John wheelbarrows from the gym to Uio the Hocho turned machine guns on OOI.DKN TP.XT-llttl chll.lren, let dormitories. "Ladies Hall," "Lincoln the French observation balloon near In wonl. nrltlirr fti tnnirue; UK not lov Hall," and tho other signs shall our line. The observers descended but In ilrol, iinil truth. I John 1:11 e. 'Howdirect the now fare, ami ho n rc- -j In parachutes Porhnp tin' best wny to review tlio minder to the Tom Ilrowns of "days ever, the Hocho did not got Iho ballessons of tills qunrtrr will lip to tnko loon. of yore." the wvrrnl lt'snnn mill nnt tliHr bonr-lu- g Nearly every njglit German homh-in- g Ono cannot reflect upon his school on tlio Mlbjoct chon-for review: planes pass over us nnd bomb days without having certain re- iiiitiu'ly : What It menus to lie Clirln-tlngreU. among which nro realizations towns near here. A few bombs In order to get the liext nffslgnmrnt xlioulil lie liiiule of the nev- of lost opportunities. Hut ns one, wcro dropped n quarter of a milo er lesson to different (inrtles to come travels from tho classroom into the from hero. I havo been in a few prepared to rIvo Hip tcnrlilng of tin; praclical life, his most Inspirational towns whore many houses had been pnrtlculnr lesson on the suhject. Tho lesson-a- nd the one froughl vith wrecked by bombs. I bclicvo I told follmvlnc Is stnriresled ns n jhissIIiIo you about going lo one place after wisdom may he, (hat no opportuwiiy of presenting the mutter. our supplies when the twelve inch Leison I. It mentis Hint mch Indi- nity has been lost (o the man who vidual must exercise faith In Jesus can discern wherein ho has erred.1 shells were going over our heads, Under normal conditions, those and somo of them exploding near Christ us ii perMiiml Knvlor. One may have Ills heart opened hy the Lord who can pursue the higher course of n couplo of hundred yards. That while llstenlni; to the Word of (lod at sludy are privileged; under the ab- was .Inly 15 when tho big battle was n stated ni'M'tlnc, like I.ydln. or he normal of the present chaos, con- in progress. convlnred throiiKli the manifestation I liko the work quito well. Am Illicitly power of !od, lis thu spicuously so. Thus it should of the every student of this year's writing now by candle light in nn Plilllpplnn Jailer. In all rases It In classes (o releaso thru loyal sludy old French barrack. Will have to tin one Savior nnd the one. fnltli. to be II. It means llmt those who the indebtedness of this special slop ns they require candles Leon put out when it is pretty dark, ns really exerclsitl faith In the Iird privilege. have Jesus Christ will attentively rend (Sod'n The past centuries have seen! iho Hocho airplanes might see our Word. Kven n crent stntesmnn like revolutions of countries and king- place. the Kthloplan Knniirh will he hlpssed doms; the twentieth century is Don't pay nny attention to my In Its readlnc. for the Word of (lod about to see the revolutionizing of F.nglish ns 1 have to hurry up. converts the soul, mnkes wise the simYour brother, the whole world. Is it not n priviple, puts Kindness into the henrt. Capt. K. W. Huff eyes, satlslles the long- lege In he n student in these times the Industria' ing soul, warns itgnlnst dimcrS, nnd of political disruption. brings reward to those who ohey Its uphenvnl nnd social leveling? Ye, LETTER TO PROF. JOHN F. SMITH precepts. FROM J. EDWARD DAVIS hut it is a greater privilege lobe an Leison III. It menns n life of per- American citizen. U. S. N. Aviation Repair Hase, America hold! sonal prayer nnd communion with (lod. the most unique placo in tho eyes Kastlcigh, England, The one who has heroine n child of I August 20, 1918. Hint any nation over (Jod has the glorious privilege of com-lu- of the WKii held she is lighting, not for th Dear Professor: to him with his needs with the asI am stiro you have been expectsurance that Cod will supply them, preservatl- - n of herself, hut for III.1 (od Is more willing to give to his chil- preservation of the works o" the ing to hear from me for some timo dren thnn any enrthly father Is to his centuries. This new position will nnd i rcalizo that I should havo children. p. written sooner, but ever since I demand iron nnd women of lea Lenon IV. It menns n life of nhcdl-rnc- e Not "iiiy shall our ciliz.ms hp came into tho scrvico wo have been to the Word nnd will of find. upon to develop still further kept on the movo most of tho timo Prompt nnd definite ohedlence will lie railed hut to barter and I hardly had time to do anyrendered, even to the separation from our national the world on a thing ouLsido of my daily duties. business, nnd the ties . i.,.ture, when with the nations My stay at tho Lakes was a very uch stand In the wny. Peter, Andrew, scale herelofir" Mi'onceivahle. J limes nnd John ohcyed. nnd It inennt However, this is only industrial pleasant ono In fact every day so to them great spiritual blessings. Krora leadership. To equalize the dangers far has been full of new experience fishing for tlsh, they were promoted to of industrial prosperity, we shall for live, and I just grapple along fishing for men. Obedience to (Sod need men and women of Korean type trying to enjoy nnd apprcciato evpnys. The dlclplp of Christ will treasfor teachers, statesmen, Journalist?, ery one of them, oven though they ure up his words. agreeable as might V, It means growth In grace. social workers, ministers, doctors, aro not all as Lenon lawyers and the other professions. be. From there wo wero sent here Jesus himself grew In wisdom and In stnture, nnd In favor with (lod nnd This war is demonstrating conclu- and this will probably be our home man. Merely ncceptlne Christ Is not sively the superiority of tho tech- for some time. enough; there must be growth. On our (rip over I had many ocnically trained over the untrained Leison VI. It menns n life of help- mind. The college man or woman is casions (o think of you in connecfulness to others. One who hns been of tho chosen few. tion with tho places you told us of mnde n partaker of the Divine nature That the fludents of tho 1019 in class. We spent several days on will, like his mnster. give himself In reKills Island, and well did I rememhelpful service to others. He will he a classes may graduate into their neighbor to the needy nnd unfortunnte. spective vocations with the feeling ber our discussion of the immigrant exerted conscientious question with their landing there. oven ns tho flood Snmnrltnn. Heine of having good In hlmelf. he will be doing good elTorts while in college, is tho fore- The Statue of Liberty, as you know, to others. He will use every opportu- word from n humble Herean soldier is only a short disLanco away from nity to do good. tho Island, and lo mo it certainly "over there." Lenon VII. It means attendance at beautiful, especially when I liave observed and noted much was the place of worship, receiving tho lighted at night. While sailing out teaching of the Word of Ood, partak- here and there in Frnnre of which I ing of the communion, nnd rendering shall he glad lo wrile you. I would of the harbor I watched it as Hervlce In some capacity In the church. he glad lo hear from you whoncver long as it could be seen, hut Lesson VIII. It means confessing yon find tho time lo drop mo a line. I never realized its truer meanHow ing then as I do Hoping this letter finds Mrs. Christ before men, nnd waiting with expectant hope for the coming of Jeanil Mary well, nnd your- glad I will he when we can all resus Christ from Heaven. The grand self also, I am turn to our country, and it in peace Incentive for faithfulness In witnesswith all tho rest of tho world. Sincerely, ing for Christ Is the assurance that Tho voyage across was splendid. Leonard L. Fenwick, be will come ngntn. Tho weather was flue all the way 2nd Hn. Headquarters, we will Lesson IX. It means that 19th Kngrs, Ily., A.P.O. 708. thus giving us n smoooth sea. A give of our possessions to the ivoor nnd Am. E. F. few of the fellows got pretty sick, needy, love our enemies, nnd refrain God estibut the majority wero in tho highfrom censorious Judgment. mates our gifts, not hy their sire but RAILHEAD 0ITICER WRITES FROM est spirits all the lime. Never saw by what we have left. a submarine, so wo could hardly FRANCE Lesson X. It means that one will believe wo were In very much danWo nro glad to publish tho folstrive to conquer his evil propensities, ger. Since landing wo havo had not nllow covetousness to master him lowing letter from CapLE.W. HufT, quilo n bit of liberty and have visns did Atinb, and separate himself a brother of Grant HufT, of Herca. towns. ited several of the near-b- y from those who walk In darkness. Ho A.P.O. 712, Amor. Forces, Franco. Many of tho customs aro very Will exercise great caution lest ho August 10, 1918. strange to us, hut wo nro gelling overcome by tho devil. Your letter carno somo tlmo ago. being holy nnd to them fast, especially with Lesson XI. It means I work used true, In order that wo mny preserve Havo not had timo lo write the uso of tho English money. Tho from 7 a. m. until about 9 or 10 p.m. from corruption the great mass of men farms ore just liko you told us they and enlighten thoso In darkness, I am railhead ofllecr at this place were small but well tended. Evpreaching the Oospel to every crea- in the middle of nowhere. Thero is erything is mostly in garden nml ture, conscious that the presence and a small villago 3 miles nway. I grain, nnd tho scenery is beautiful power of Christ will abide. tho rations for about 20,000 Lesson XII. It means that every men nnd several thousand horses. anywhere you look. I wonder how Ihcy manage to keep everything in tnlent entrusted to us will bo put to unload about 25 cars, a day. Wo use, so that when tho Iird comes wo I such trim condition while they are 10 negroes lo do tho work, and enn make nn account to him which will havo so hard pressed with their other securo his commendation and reward. they are hard workers and como duties in connection with tho war'' hack after supper and work till Wo are now hard at work, but eight or nino p.m. Later wo expect The Greatest Teachings. to forty more, then wo will do tho nm well satisfied and am liking the There lire no songs conipnrablo tho Mings of Zlon; no orations equal to work moro quickly. A nontenant place belter nil of tho timo. Am enjoying iho best of health so have ttioso of the prophets; and no politics clerks and car checkers complain. like those which tho Scriptures teach. and thirteen command no reason to are my assistants, i nlso Milton. n lieutenant and fourteen men who Wishing you success and pleasuro run a sales commissary. Another in your work, I am, Favors Bible for Every Soldier. In n letter to the American lllblo lieutenant nnd four onlisted men Very truly yours, widely MiJor General Wood nays: take caro or tho clothing, which is J. Edward Davis 'Godspeed and all success In the work tinder my direction. So I am in you are undertaking. 1 earnestly hope sovonty-flv- o men that you will bo successful In placing command of about Somewhero In Franco. furlllblo In the hands of every Holdler." now, In a few days I will bo a Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Shorto. nished a Oodgo machine and a driDear Parents: Promises In the Dlble. ver as it is neressary to go from I witnessed nn nlr fight, nnd ns doctrlno, or place to placo quickly. If there Is one lad, or tho Hocho was downed. His oommand, or1 promise In the lllblo Am socoiul railhead I havo usual, This Is plnno fell about 100 yards from me which has produced no practical effect at. Tho other was about 100 to hear or seo on your temper, or heart, or conduct, been point It is a common thing be nswireil that you do not truly be- milos away. A railhoad is a a bomb coming out from tho clouds, as near tho lighting linos as it is and the "Horlha's Artillery" falling lieve It. Pnyson. SCII00L Lesson 1.1-J- I. My toulc-do-suil- 11 11 1 but wo arc gelling used lo thaL Tho German soldier Is no They match for tho Americans. called us untrained North Americans nt first, but the Frilz. has changed Ills opinion considerably slnro cob lug Into contact wllli our rlllcs. Last night the boys made il warm with machine guns and rifles, ill'' French arllllory dropped numerous 75's in their midst. It was some sight lo seo the Huns gel back to thnlr positions, those who were lucky enough to do so. Wo havo plenty to cat and nrc having our own cooking dono for Iho Sergeants in n certain villago. The old lady who owns the houso (reals us like kings. I gnvc her n can of sugar lo send lo her nephews who were gassed in a recent fight. They seldom ever get any sugar or sweets and I am sure It pleased , them very much. I nm commanding n full platoon nnd I never in my life saw n finer hunch of men. All aro perfect American gentlemen and I believe every one of them would give their lives for me. They seem lo love every place I step and I certainly love every ono of them. I could not praise them too highly. I trust all are well and bo sure lo write often. Your son, Sergt. D. C. Shorte, Co. K, 18 U. S. Infr.. American E. F. nil around, well-aimcTl 1 GATHER- A WORTH-WHIL- E BOOK ING AT ASHLAND Preparation Is holng made ot Ash LIBERTY BONDS AT A PREMIUM Hack of tho announcement tho other day that Liberty Bonds of the first issue, bearing 3Vj per cent in tcrest, had sold on tho New York stock exchange at $10250, is a migh ty interesting and reassuring lesson For a whole lot of pcoplo thru-o- ut tho country havo been looking doubtfully at their bonds of late. They've been questioning their value and their wn wisdom in having invested in them. Thcy'vo deemed it a losing purchase It lias taken tho monicd men of tho country to show them their error. For these men of money, who ap prccintc all tho liner points of fin ancicring, arc the fellows who aro buying up this early issuo in such quantities that they aro forcing tho prico considerably abovo par. land, lloyd County, for tho Kentucky Association, State Sunday-schowhich will be held in Hint city, October 8 lo II, 1918. This meeting will bo a great event in tho history of Kentucky, as every resource must be used lo help win the war. Tho Sunday-schois ono of Iheso re sources. It has lo do with the main taining of tho spiritual moralo of the country. Men and women of nationnl rcputnllon will bo on Iho program, among whom will bo Ilev. S. I). Price, D.D, New York City, Secretary of tho World's Sundays school Association; Mrs. Maud Jun kin llaldwin, Chicago, ill., S'upcrin tendent Elementary Division, Inter national Sunday-schoAssociation; W. C. Pearce, Chicago, Field Supt., Asso International Sunday-scho- ol ciation; Ilev. E. W. Halpenny, Toron to, Canada, Educational Superinten dent, International Sunday-schoAssociation; J. It. Marcum, Hunting- Ion, W. Vn, Leader of Hoys; Rev. E. W. Thornton, Cincinnati, Writer nnd Lecturer on S'undny-schoTopics; .Miss Martha V. Graham, Wheeling. W. Vn., Elementary Sunday-school Worker; Hon. W. C. Cleveland, O., American Many Hed Cross Representative. SLnle Workers will appear on tho program, among whom will bo: Rev. J. A. .loplin, Stale Secretary, and J. W. Vaughn, Stato Field Worker, and Miss Nannie Lee Frazicr and oilier prominent Kentuckians. Don't miss this meeting, God calls you, your Country calls you, tho children of your community call you to como (o Ashland and help plan for a bigger and heller drive to save tho children of America Attend this meeting in Ashland; it will give you new vim in this crucial time. ol ol ol ol ol TEMPERANCE NOTES g lt'r-?hi- f The production to date for Iho coal year is 8,912,500 tons behind estimated requirements. Coal oper alors aro almost unanimous in do daring 'that tho liquor traffic is responsible for a decrease in tho output of 10 to 25 per cent of tho total production. Men should bo careful to know that they are correct before speakelso It's billions for defense or billions ing and writing about roads, tho fruit of their efforts may not for indemnity. bo worth gathering. Atlrncdvely bound in grcon, Prof. J. F. Smith's new book, "Our Neighborhood, Good Citizenship In Rural Communities." is a notable contribution to tho literature on country life. II is published by the John C. Winston Co., of Philadelphia and Chicago and is abundantly lllus-Irat- ed with photographs from life, showing sanitary conditions, recreation, agriculture, n prizo school-hou- se in Iho Kentucky mountains, rustic furniture, how lo construct good roads, tree surgery and other, vital topics. Written by a man who was reared in the country and who Is tingling with enthusiasm for the highest and best conditions in rural life, this book sets before teachers the ideals which relate (o tho duties which young citizens must nssumo as they grow up. As ho says in Iho preface, "as citizens, they must think about roads, play grounds, pig clubs, seed corn, taxes, game laws, community morals, prevention of waste, puro air and water, and the prevention of diseases among people nnd farm animals. Their skill in handling these nnd similar problems will bo the measure of their civilization and progress." Tho object of this book is lo direct the attention of tho country boys and girls to somo of the duties Hint will he theirs in later years, ns members of a community. The book is so arranged that teachers may select questions and class assignments from the numerous questions in the texts and nt the end of chapters, and really enliven tho work hy making the class a laboratory for rural community life. Questions for discussion will bo n boon to many a debating society. Tho concluding chapter is entitled, "How; Our Country Is Governed." It is a brief work on civics, with pictures of a courlhouso in a small county seat, the capitol at Washington, President Wilson delivering ono of his great messages to Congress, and the building in which the U. S. Department of Agriculture is Jiouscd. A full index completes this valuable volume. Idle dollars are Put tfto "pay" into patriotism. Bonds speak louder than words. On Friday, September 20th I WILL SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION 921 - ACRES - 921 OF GARRARD COUNTY LAND, PROMPTLY AT lO O'CLOCK. THREE ADJOINING FARMS 560 Acres for Chas. Dietrich. 221 Acres for A. P. Sloan. 140 Acres (or Henry Moore. from Lancaster. Nicholasville and Lexington LOCATION: On the Dietrich Dike, one pike. 10 miles from Lancaster, 8 miles from Burgin, 10 miles from Nicholasville, 1 miles from consolidated graded school, 2J miles from hemp, grain and stock market, 2 miles from thriving village BKYAN T5VILLE in the FAMOUS CAMP DICK. KUBINSON section ot Garrard County. LOOK FOR THE BIG SIGN at the mouth of Dietrich pike. IMPROVEMENTS:On the DIETRICH Farm there is located on different tracts a 5 room dwelling, hall and two porches, another 5 room dwelling, a four room house, 3 stock barns, two tobacco barns and an 18 ACRE Tobacco barn, Dairy House and other buildings. On Farm a 2 story, 9 room dwelling, 2 halls, 3 porches, basement, large stock barn, 10 acre tobacco barn, servants room in yard, cribs, sheds and all out buildings, 2 tenant houses. On the MOORE Farm, a modern 9 room metal roof Bungalow, halls, porches and basement, new stock barn, 8 acre tobacco barn, tenant house, AN ORCHARD OF 800 FRUIT TREES. The land is in cultivation as follows; On the Dietrich farm, 75 acres in corn, 25 acres tobacco. 50 acres plowed and 90 acres to be plowed for wheat. Balance in grass. On the SLOAN Farm 50 acres corn, 12 acres tobacco, 70 acres stubble. Balance in grass. On the MOORE Farm, 75 acres corn, 8 acres tobacco, balance in oat stubble and grass. This farm has level front yard right on the pike. The Dietrich farm will be divided and sold in 7 separate tracts, some with and some without 130 acres, 140 acres, 185 acres, 40 acres, 30 acres, 20 acres and 15 acres; improvements. The SLOAN farm into 4 tracts 100 acres, 60 acres, 40 acres and 20 acres. The MOORE farm 140 acres will be sold as a whole. Any two or more tracts may be combined to suit the bidden. LISTEN This Land is all fertile, heavy producing limestone soil, will grow Hemp, Corn, half-mil- e the-SLOA- Wcr-leiiber- y. be-cot- vo 1 Tobacco and Wheat. Everlasting water on all the farms. I know land values, and have sold LESS PRODUCTIVE land a little nearer town at DOUBLE the PRICE I will sell these farm. I have sold every farm I have offered at Public Auction WHY A "SQUARE DEAL" no BY BIDDING, the pur. chaser gets value for bis money and I know the kind of lands to offer. These farms wilt be up to the "HIGH DOLLAR." DON'T FAIL TO SEE THEM, TWO CROPS on any tract will pay the PURCHASE PRICE. You men who are getting 6 per cent, invest in this land and make 25 per cent, to 50 per cent. EASY. The owners at the farms or the undersigned will show them to you. Look before day of sale, FREE DINNER. For Further Particulars see us. Don't forget the date SEPTEMBER 20th, SWINEBROAD THE REAL ESTATE MAN. W. E. MOSS, Advertising Manager. LANCASTER, KY, BOLIVER BOND, Auctioneer Spring Comes But Once a Year - "As a Man Soweth So Shall He Also Reap." Pago Eight. THE CITIZEN ' September brenlh-powerf- ul inas-llvered 1018 , -- Isolated hearts some of the vllnl things being done In Herea College, 'and brought echoes from the great "Hub of the fnlverse,'" of which hjr the wrltrr. The nam No corrrt pondrnra pubtlnhol unlrnt Icnnl In full they nre residents. We trust that an ftklic of iron.) faith, Write plainly It not for publication, tiut llerea will continue to send out faithful workers whose elTorts havo ROCKCASTLE COUNTY way home from church, and was JACKSON COUNTY already accomplished so much good Boone badly hurl. Her arm was broken Parrot Snmliiini mak - In Ibis community. We know by ii.imw. si.nf it. , Sept. 10. Fodder saving and had other injuries. We hope forj , the go experience that if there is not n n)(, rorn ru(til,K nr,, i .. ... ... inliiljl.in In nvurv e.itninimllv lllire ... anil molasses making is the prin- her recovery SOOn. mis Willi me luiuicis in n.i.. m nm.-Tjrner cipal occupation of the farmers in and Mrs. Tom is more work than one constable Mrs. .las. Grant Tynor, Sept. 15. Farmers are all Johnson, and Mrs. Addie Grant were can perform; nnd if churches nre this part- - James Johnson bought three calves from James Watkin, preparing to sow wheat in this vl visiting nt RiH'kford one day last not opened regularly on the last week. I.eamlrew Gabbard vas cinity. Most all of the young peo There were several of the, bath, the prisons would soon be full called from Hamilton. Ohio, last pie from this place attended tho boys called to the colors last week, (if lawbreakers. Hut as a result of Thursday, to attend the burial of singing at Stringtown, today. Duni- Knrrv In henr of Thnd Lakes uet- - the many "crumbs" that fall to us gan brothers entertained unite n ting wounded in France. Hope he fronr Korea's generous table, our his sister. Mrs. Nettie Shcltom Uom to Mr. and Mrs. Hob McQueen. crowd at our school house, Satur isn't seriously hurt. Died, Sep- worthy constable, Richard Hollins-wort- h. day night, with their picture ma Prayer meeting every n hoy. has had occasion to take a tember II tli, tho two year old child and Friday night, at Let- chine. Matt and Dale Moore have of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ankerton. vacation, and is ilT to Irvine for n ter Unx. Larkin Cornell lllled his returned from Louisville. John The bereaved ones have our synipa ilshing expidillon. We wish to cor son Elijah's place at Letter Hox. Ezra Stephen, of this place, gave thy. Mrs. Will Rich received n reel a mistake made by the printer V. M. Carpenter bought his life to his country, on the hat1 Sunday. letter from her son, Troy, who Is in in our last week's communication a cow from Hud Vicars, last Satur- tie front in France. Miss Esther France, stating they were making In a quotation from a famous AgJI. and Gentry was visiting Miss Pearl anil day, for tlfty dollars.-- !. the German live hard and was riculturist of the South, who said: Oscar Wyatt canv back last Wed- Luna Moore, Sunday night. G. W. tramping them under their feet as "Bullets nre no good without guns, nesday to register. Born to Mr. and Moore and wife nre visiting in Viva they went forwnrd. guns no good without men, (etc inMrs. Ilaleigh Shelton, on last Thurs- and East Hernstadt. Wo are sorry to stead of grains, as printeiP men no Cooksburg day, a girl. Haby was dead. Mother report the death oC little Jessie Leo Cooksburg, Sept. II. Miss Grace good without food." lived but a short while. She was Jones, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. II Large has been visiting her father, POWELL COUNTY the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. h. D. Jones, of Viva. She was a sweet Mr. Mack Large, for a few days. Oabbard of this place. Nettie has and lovable child a favorite of the Saturday and Sunday were the reguClay City always been a kind and obedient whole vicinity. Just before she was lar church days at Cave Ridge, and Clay City, Sept. Hi The girl. She leaves a husband, father, taken sick, she asked her papa if Rev. D. Parker preached some very drought has been broken at mother, six brothers, live sisters, she died would she go to heaven. interesting sermons. Everybody is last, and with good gentle rains each and a host of relatives. They were Her papa told her she would. She vory busy in this section pulling week, the late corn and pastures laid to rest in the same casket in said: "Papa. I will be lonesome with- fodder, picking beans, :nd making have taken on new life. Gardens the family burying ground. Sam out you, hut I would rather go." sorghum, but we are enjoying the have almost completely dried up, Nelson sold a cow to Hiram mgram Her remains were laid to rest in the Mr. with little or no hope of their rebean stringing and stir-olT- s. Ida Gabbard family burying ground at Tyner. Rev. J. D. Walling, of for sixty dollars-M- rs. of Brin-n- el viving and Mrs. Harrison Grillln. has a stroke of paralyis which pre- The bereaved family Jias the symRidge, have been visiting friends Winchester, closed a revival meet-in- i; pathy of all. vents her from hearing. at Vaughn's- - Mill Christian and relatives in this section. I am g Church, last Sunday. Foxtown very sorry that a mistake occurred Foxtown, Sept. 13 Yesterday was about Elizah Mul-lin- s. for oil along Hnrdwick's Creek has in my last letter OWSLEY COUNTY acregistration day. The following He was only wounded and not come to a stop all at once, on Sturgeon secure named persons registered from here: I was misinformed, and hope count of not being able to Sturgeon, Sept. 1G. While visit- killed. G. W. Fox. Wes Fox, Orville Fox. mistakes. a driller. W. S. Collier, who was ing the home of Win. N. Cook. Sat- there will not be any more wife, Albert Fox, John McKinney, Grant Miss Candace Morris, who is in charge of the rig. with his urday night. Rev. Charley Hurch McKinnoy, G. V. McKinney, Noah Ferry, was lias returned to Newport, Ky. If. and Rev. Geo. W. Scale preached teaching near Cruises' M. Curtis and" wife are spending this Sunday. Smith. Ebb Webb, and John H. Webb. two thoroughly practical and edi- home for Saturday and Elisba Lakes and family have a stroke week with their daughter, Mrs. S. fying sermons full of information, Archie McGuire, who had measles, with two cases of pneuable to A. Easter, near Torrent. Most of inspiration, comfort nnd words of of paralysis, is now up and the fanners are working in the oil monia fever. Our school teacher. "good cheer." Their attentive and go about the place. Held on Big Sinking, since laying Mrs. D. H. Haker, was thrown by their crops by. The city graded the horse she was' riding home appreciative audience enjoyed the COUNTY MADISON service very much. Their sermons school opened Monday with( good from school, a few days ago. antPwas Coyle at Rock Springs, Sunday, on "Rehurt so she could not get to school pentance" Mr. and Mrs. attendance and with the able corps Coyle, Sept. lo. were clear, constructive for two days, but, glad to say, she is spent Sunday with of tenchers, all being women, good and forcofiu", and so full of personal Butler Wanton Mrs. able to teacli again. W. C. Webb Alva results are contemplated. Edwards' family. experience, practical information Millard daughter. Iaac Mize, from Dayton, Ohio, has and Jonah Powell passed here a few and little and good advice that they were re- Hale and wife father-in-latlays ago, enroute from MeKee. Mrs. W. A. come to live with her ceived and enjoyed by both old and Austin, visited Mr. and Simp- John W. Mie. Her husband has iJobn Felty came home on a furCharley Winkler Sunday. lough, and while he was here, mar- young, rich and poor, saint and sin- son and Miss I.ona Mae Powell sur- gone "with the cohirs." Work on Rev. Samuel C. Rice, late Asner. to Clark ried Miss Farrie Harrison, of Sand prised their many friends last Tues- llnwnew road, from here Gap. Daniel Felly has live son? sistant Foundation Dean of Herea day night by eloping to Jellico and County line, is being pushed with College, and now pastorof Methodist serving the army and navy. Their Their many vigor; much of it will be completed getting married. names are: James, John, William. church, has just returned from his friends wish them much joy and by cold weather. E. F. (Jack Har-li- s, who has been nsisting A. P. George, and Hen.. Neal Moore, from week with our State Fair at LouisMr. and Mrs. t?ain Last week was ma'de pleas- happiness. Johnson with his barber work here, parents, ville. Island City, is visiting his Craft and children, of Illinois, are Mr. and Mrs. James H. Moore. The ant for this community by the visit visiting the latter' parents. Mr. and has opened up a new shop nt old Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Strong? rail Estill County. Private people are beginning to make sor- of Mrs. Win. Furnace. Mrs. Wnu Hendrick. ghum. They say they are going to way mail clerk, of Lexington, Ky. received a pleasant visit William B. Harri. brother to the Hendrick use sorghum and- savo sugar for Mrs. Mary Brewer, assistant super- from her mother and sister, of Es- writer, who is stationed at Camp intendent of Royal Oak Sunday- . Bowie, Ft. Worth, Texas, writes, Uncle Sam's boys. F. W. Gabbard spent Sunday with friends till County, from Thursday Powell, since he has been relieved from the and family have had measles lately, school, Misses Candas and relatives of Island City. Misses but are about well again. Dewey Powell,and hospital at Eagle Pass, that he is Mollie Spence, Pierson sisters. Zana Dozier and Green Hall spent last Saturday now drilling every day and likes Cecil Hendrick Saturday Hornsby sisters and Mary Jane Ven and Sunday in Irvine. Mr. and army life fairly well. An epidemic Green Hall, Sept. 1(3. erable were welcome visitors Sunraging thru-o- ut and Sunday were regular church Powell, of Panola, visited of whooping cough is day at the home of Chas. E. Pierson. Mrs. John the community. Elder Sylvester M. meeting days at Hock Springs Friday and Saturday wib J. regular appointchurch. Most everybody from here sonMessrsllarrison and Jesse Pier- Powell. Tobacco cutting and sor- Larison lllled his ready to drill wells for are at Mountain Spring, Estill meeting weeupa-tio- n ment attended the Odd Fellows' ghum making is the chief folks in need of pure water. Counfy, Sunday past. The Citizen, held at Travelers Rest Saturday. in this neighborhood. Messrs C. N. and Alfred Gabbard of with its splendid news columns for F. F. McCollum was summoned to Panola on business. household, al.appear at Covington last week as Hotner are hero Panola, Sept. 8. Mrs. Annie Chas-tee- n. every member of the Messrs. John and James Whicker sick list, ways finds a warm welcome, each n witnes in the Government court. who has been on the Waldo McCollum left last Tues- have today returned from their is no better. Claud Bee. who has week, in our home; thus so should business trip to Anville. agent who represents it as she Mises day for Berea where he expects, to so low with typhoid fever, is the Maud and Arlie Strong spent Sat been or he will bring glad tidings to Mr. take an Academic course. expected to be out urday and Sunday in the homo of improving and is who band them S (50. and Mrs. Sherman Rowland, of M- asoon. .John P. Winkler and family those Mr. and Mrs. John Holcomb. Wil Hunting jor, attended church at Rock Spring and Harlin Walton, all of ESTILL COUNTY Sunday and took dinner at .1. E. son Brewer was visiting friends and ton, Indiana, who have been visiting relatives in Travelers Rest Sunday. Iron Mound Cook-wa- s weeks, Wilson's. Mrs. Edward K. the past two Mr. and Mrs. Lucian B. Brewer relatives for Iron Mound, Sept. 15 T. .1. lyid .1. ll)o pleasant hostess of Mrs. E. their home, tomorrow, visited the home of W. N. Hughes will leave for S. Vaughn and Mrs. J, W. Sparks E. McCollum Sunday. Miss Lou Oth. Joe Powell, of this Rev. Jose Allen of Ethel September were in Winchester two days of Evans contemplates taking county Sunday. place, who has been in Ohio ror mo Friday and .Saturday. was a welcome visitor here Sunday. past six weeks, has returned homo last week, attending the trial of examination Mr. and Mrs. J. Sherman Row n will their brother. .1. II. Vaughir, for tho Wendell Douglas McCollum exto do up his fail work. pects to leavo Tuesday for Lex- land, of Major, and Mrs. Margaret return to Ohio to his work. Bueham killing or Jon" Hill, in February. ington where bo will enter Slate Spence, of Ida May, formerly of Be Thomas and wife went to Richmond, Vaughn was acquitted; tho jurminrea, Ky., were welcomed here Sat University. show, and returned ors were out only thirty Win, (Bill) Friday, to tho urday and Sunday. utes till the verdict was agreed upCovington and family Carico Napier, of Chadwell, was here Sat- today. Mr. E. on. Miss Anna Thomas has resigned Ohio. Carico, Sept. 17. Peoplo are hav- urday gladdening the hearts of his have just returned from attended as teacher at tho Fork and will teach ing their wheat threshed thru these former neighbors nnd many Stur- Several from this place in tho graded school at Irvino. Irvine, today. parts and are reporting a good turn geon friends by that familiar smilo court at Arrived at tho home of Winfleld Blue Lick out. tiro. James Lunsford, of anil friendly handshake. Charley Thomas, a girl baby, weighing 13 Blue Lick, Sept. 10. Tobacco cut- pounds. W. F. Fielder attended tho Dreyfus, held a week's meeting at Bowles, street car conductor, of Covinis the chief Flat Top church, gaining ten addi- ington, Ky.. visited the homo of his ting and bousing part of last The temper- Stale Fnir the latter tions to the church with large at- cousins, Mr. nnd Mrs. John Hughes, dustry in this secton. n not pres-ag- o week. II. II. Taylor will conduct though cool, does tendance and inspiring sermons. Saturday. live days' meeting at Corinth, beMessrs. John Neely, ,Jr, ature, Nevertheless, sudden frost. Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Horl Summers, Win. N. Cook, John S. Pierson, Alex. ginning the 17th. there Is much anxiety nmong the girl, the 15th Inst. a Died, recentStrong. II. C. Spence, J. T. Wilson to lato crops of ly, the wife of Rollie Shelton.- We and family attended the Odd Fel- farmers in regard staple proddo sympathize with the bereaved lows' Rally at Travelers Rest Sat- corn and tobacco the ucts of this vicinity. Lester HamMrs. Ella Hays was thrown urday. oiios. Citizens of upper Sturgeon Hamilton, of from a mule the 13th Inst, on her nre congratulating nnd most highly ilton, son of William Owsley County, who is in tho Acnd-em- v Department of Boreu College, visited relatives in this section, SteSaturday night and Sunday. phen Barrett, who I in been ill for some tlmo. died at bis home at Blue, Lick, last week. He was totally unGood Light Bread and Biscuit conscious for many days having can be made from convulsions until the end. He loaves a wife and one unmarried daughtor at homo. Ho was intoned In Silver Creek grave yard. Mr. Christopher and slstor, of Berea, wero Order a sack from your Grocer and be Convinced welcome visitors at Blue Lick' Sunday-school, yesterday. They came as Shakospearo defines a lovely Pat-rotSab-week. ay ed nu-aiWild-cattinw. until-Saturdayto-d- ay He-the- East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else Fry for that patriotic address ho de- at Travelers Hest Saturday.) Citizens of llelhlehem met at their district sehoolhouso Friday and purchased $130 worth of War Owsley CouNi Saving Stamps. must and will wake up! commending Hon. P. M. odor "Like the sVuthwInd Ing upon n bank of violets," much as they warted to hungry A CALL FOR iTienl PEACE CONFAB AUSTRIA SUGGESTS PLAN WHICH IS RECOGNIZED AS HOPELESS CRY OF DEFEATED GERMANY. ference would In1 lo Hcetire nn of view which would Miow "whether those prcrcipilaltcs exist which would make the speedy of pence negotiations appeal promising." The Austrian proMinL which I announced In nn oltlclal telegraphed here from Vienna, silicosis Hint there he no Interruption of the war, and Hint the "discussions would go only o far n by the mrtlrlpiinl (o olTcr states Hint the objecfof the con- d prospects of ueces," "Fight To Finish," li Aniwer of Pres. Ident Wilson to Peace Feeler Allied Leaden Firmly Set Against Proposed Sounding-Out Process. Text of Peace Proposal, Following Is Hie Amsterdam. text of t lit' tiltlt'Inl fltntcnicnt Issued nt Vienna proposing pence: "Conscientious cxnmliiiitloii of the Munition In nil belligerent states no longer lcnes nny tlonlit Hint nil people long for II speedy etui of tin bloody Hlriiirulc. The Government, therefore, tins resolved to point out to nil belligerents-- friend nnil foe n priicticnt pnlli. It proposes tlttit they Jointly examine. In n free exchange of views. Hie ipiestlon lis to whether the penipilslIeK exist lo make n speedy Innugumtloti of pence by negotiation promising. to Invites the belligerent tllsi'tis-sloit rolitlilenlhil, n netttnil meeting place, nnil nt litis mldre.sseil lo them ti note to this effect. The step lins been bronchi to the knowledge of the Pope In .special note." Austro-ltungn-rlnn 11 cull for all the to wild delegates for a nnd unbinding discussion on the basic principle for the conclusion of pence, In a place In n neutral country and nt a near dale Unit would jet have to he agreed iiMn," The proposal Jfj the' ennferencu would he one of "delegates who would be charged lo make known to one another the conception of their (bnernincnts regarding those principle nnd lo receive analogous communication, na well a to reipiest nnd give frank nnil candid explanations on nil those xilntj which need to he precisely defined." The (lo eminent announced that n note embodying It suggestions had peeu nddresed to the various belllger-cu- t Powers, nnd Hint the Holy Hee bnd been apprised of the propositi In n pt of th clnl mile. The (Joverninent neutral stales nls.i had been made with the proixisnl. Tin- - proposnl hellg-erents "con-Ihlcntl- Germany's Offer To Belgium. Is understood Hint the Government hits received the Ansln mnuv note, nnd also tin Hunirnrlnn proisiil, previously referred lo, Hint nil the Power should withdraw tbelt troops from the Mnrnuin territory. It I also learned that Cerniany hits mndi' n peiuv offer to Itelgttitn. The term of this proposal nre a folows: That Itelirlnm shall remain neutral until the end of the wnr; Hint thereafter Hie entire economic nnd hIIHciiI Independence of llelclum shall he rer cominep constituted : Hint the clnl treaties between (iermiuiy nnil Belgium shall ncnln he put Into operation nfter the war for mi Indefinite period: Hint Belgium shall use bet good olliccx to ecure the return of the (icrnuui coloniesFlemish Hint the question shall b considered, nnd the minority, which aided Hie Flemish (ientiHn Invnders, shall not he penal- pre-waword-fi-spcctlni: Austrlans Are Dltter Against Germany With the American Army In lir-minAmong the prisoner captured were several hundred from two Alts-trlnn divisions who were cut off when , the Amerlciinsndvunced to the attack i from behind after the (iornmns had broken. They were hitter against the Ccnnnlis, whom they said had given wny before the Americans, allowing them to be surrounded and they had no chance to light. ft Three Fokkers Destroyed. Lieutenant Onirics It. Dollve, of Chicago, destroyed three Fokkers on Friday In hi third Might over the lighting line. Lieutenants Cnrrtithcrx and With the American Army In Harding, who shot down n (icrmnti ma- nch, confirmed Dollve'n triple hli victory. Americans Approach Fortress of Met. 1'nrl. The magnitude of I H American success continue to grow as Ixisl. come from the point. What most The proposal contains no appeals to the French Imagination Is reparation or Indemnities -- the approach of the American line to no admission Hint (iermnny wronged within a few tulle of the great forBelgium. tress of Met, which heretofore ha Union News JVrvlce. been considered Impregnable nnd sucli Western Nr In extending an hot u vast reservoir of men nnd material Amsterdam. tntlon to nil tho tiellKerent (!oern as to forbid nny approach. The French incut to enter Into lion binding dis- look hopefully to the release front the cussions nt some neutral meetlu,: hands of the enemy of the great basins, on which (Iermnny replace, the Austro Hungarian (iovcrtj lies for Iron nnd steel. , Mpr metal-liirglc- MAJ. GEN. J. A. LEJEUNE Federal Bank Takes In Eighteen More Ohio Institutions i The Fesleral nrserTp Itanklnic 8yi- tern of the Fourth District hits bern taking on new strrnicth for th Fourth ' Liberty Loan campaign. It ha added to Itself since the first of July eighteen Ohio banks and has applications pending from elcht more. The nw member banks are The Peoples Saving & Blinking Co., Cuyahoga Bank, Cltlsen Falls; Commercial ft Savings Bank s Co., Buckeye City; Farmers and Banking Co., Milan; Romford Savings Bank, Rossford; Home Banking Company, Olbsonburg; Chagrin fulls Banking Company, Chagrin rails; Provident Saving Bank ft Trust Co.; Banking Company, OlbOlbsonburg sonburg; Cuyahoga Falls Savings Bank Company, Cuyahoga Falls; West Lafayette Bank Co., West Lafayette; Cltlien State Bank, West Milton; Oenava Havings Bank Co., Oenera; Peoples Barings A Trust Co., Akron; Dime Savings Bank Co., Canton; Dayton Savings ft Trust Co., Dayton; Struthnra Barings ft Banking Co., Bt rather; City BatIbci Bask Tnut Co., Alliance, Bar-bertoCltl-xen- John A 1,1'Jt'ine coiutiinndcr f marine corps brigade with the American expeditionary forces, tins been to major general. Ills rank will be permanent, since congress has provided for promotions In the marine corps to meet the cxpnnidon of tho corps which was authorized. pn-not- '" JACKSON COUNTY FAIR BOND ANNV1LLE, KY. September 19, 20, 21, 1918 I know you want to attend this fair. It is where the mountain folk meet with the people from other sections of Kentucky for three days of pleasure and satisaction. New Track, new buildings and Floral Hall and Attractive Premium List. Excursion from London and East Bernstadt each day of fair. Prospects fine for best fair in Kentucky. Come to the mountains for a rest and you will never regret attending this fair where Old Fashioned Save Wheat for Our Soldiers POTTS' RYE FLOUR 4.. LIBERTY BONDS BUY hospitality exists. WRITE FOR CATALOG W. R. Reynolds, Pres. Wm. Dunagan, Sec.