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MADISON COUNTY, KBNTt CKY, SBPTHMDBIl 20, 1918 Vol. XX. Flvo Cents Per Copy. to tl3.e Interests of tlie !MoaiitaJLrL People Ono Dollar and Knowlcdgo Is Power and Iho way lo keep up with modern Knowledges is to read a good Newspaper. Fifty Cents Per Year. No. 13 -- ' n n in i l i i I - x L 'm Mi m m m t i mi' THE WHITE HOUSE WASHINOTOM rffjL nrx" Gsnwz ft4 4h A cricoy JliTZO SlisLj ty (o- Jfu ' o" tjtLoo' i?&duZsdLe6 tco ST October Fint Students Army Starts Pngo Two THE CITIZEN September 26, 1018 Saving Money To Win The War ISvcrybotly has nn increased income these wartimes. The farmer gets more for what he raises, the laborer gets more for his time, the merchant gets more for his goods. If we (fid not spend any more than we used to spend we should all be getting rich. But the things we have to buy cost more. The fact that we have more money makes a great many people buy more than they ever bought before. This is extravagance. But we ought to go without things more than we ever did before, and in that way we should be laying up money. We ought to let our children go barefooted. We ought to renew the honorable art of patching. Above all things, we ought to wear our old clothes and never change to something new for the sake of style. How does this help win the war? If we buy less candy and soda water and cake there will be more sugar that can be shipped to France, and it is cheaper to ship sugar to France than to ship bulky foods like potatoes. If we use fewer high heeled shoes and ruffles there will be fewer made, and the people who are making high heeled shoes and ruffles can turn their attention to making munitions which will be fired at tha Germans. Every true patriot will give up the fashions, wear patches and go without candy. October First Student Army Starts ai silo tho Tavern and Hand Stand, and studonts nrmy training corps (S.A.' appropriate exercises will bo held. T.G.) will ho formed at Heron nnd Lieut, Squires Is already here, and each of tho other larger colleges of oilier officers are on their way. Our our land own Tulor Vnn Hook, with several On Ocloher first, next Tuesday, Tho young men will bo enlisted and organized Monday, but tho for mal ling raising and opening will bo Iuosday. It is arranged that the student units at all tho schools will meet nt the samo hour, and tho time for schools in tho region of "Central Time'' will bo eleven o'clork. At this hour tho corps will np- penr, the bnnd will piny, tho ling ull be raised on tho campus, oppo- - I HOUSE PASSES $8,000,000,000 REVENUE Senate for Final Action. BILL Huge Measure Now Goes to the Education To Wki The War student only 22 years old sailed for France this week as acting major, in command of 500 men. Why did the Government use so young a man? Because they could not find a better man to take his place. The fact is that good schooling hastens the development of manhood. It makes people able to think straight and to think quickly, to bear responsibility. For this reason President Wilson and the Government are urging every young man to go to school. Those who are above 18 will be enrolled in the Army at the larger (schools like Berea where they will have special training to fit them for positions as officers, or as men of science to help make munitions, build bridges, and do other scientific work which is necessary to ma ke the war A Berea IS LARGEST IN HISTORY Designed to Rale by Taxation $8,182,. 000,000 of $24,000,000,000 or More Needed for Current Year. Washington, Bcpt. 23, Hy unanimous vote, the house passed the $S, 1S2.000.000 revenue Mil, go on. To win the war we must have bravery, muscle and d by training. brain, but all these are multiplied ten-fol- Now York arc armed by tho thought that tho rolling-pi- n witli "billies," revolvers and hand- is in danger of becoming n relic of days. cuffs. And to think that not so long ago it was thought women needed A million watches have been orno weapon savo their tongue. Sad police-women '.'P'e-?01'0" degcnerationl In tho Crimea the deaths wero only 70,000 occurred in battle. In tho U. S. war of secession tho army of tho North lost 110,000 men killed in battle and died of wounds and 221,000 men died of disease. 252,000, of which dered in Switzerland for the Yanks in France. One of tho latest: "Havo you a wife?'' inquired a Hritish Tommy of a hoche ho had captured. "Ncin,'' replied tho German. "Nine!" gasped tho Hritisher in amazement. "Lum-m- e, whero's your iron cross, man?" Toronto Telegram: "What became British aviators have destroyed thrco times as many airplanes as of your Swedish cook?" "Oh, she got her Irish up and took French they have lost. leave." The rule of the Bolshcviki is anarchy, tempered by assassination. Tho Toronto Telegram is horrified A LIBERTY tnx measure In history. The roll call showed 850 members voting for the bill and not one against It. Bill Practically Unchanged. The hill nn passed practically Is un changed from the form In which It came from the ways and mean com mittee September It. A number of amendments were adopted during the three weeks' debate, but none of these amendment!) altered tho essential provisions of the bill, nor changed nny of the rates of tnxatlon. Now Goes to Senate. The bill now goes to the sennte finance committee which already has begun holding hearings on It. It Is predicted that many of the sections In the bill will undergo radical change at the hands of the senate committee, particularly those Qxlng the rates of taxation on war protltH and excess profits. Secretary HcAdoo has Indicated n desire to appear before the committee to explain why these rates should be changed, and other treasury otllclals are expected to advise the committee concerning other changes to be made In the bill. Both Parties Satisfied. "Itepubllcan and Democratic lend ers In the house Joined In expressing complete satisfaction with the bill as the greatest passed. The closing speech 011 the bill was LOAN LYRIC . By Gelett Burgess I figure that tho least that I can do Is put Uic very most that I can The New Liberty raise Into the Loan then llnd a lot o': ways Somehow, o' savin' more; put that! Until in, too, I vo doubled what I thought l knew I could afford. Somehow, these days, You want to suffer some a man who stays To homo gets off too easy mo an' you I I got n home, I got thrco meals n day; I got good clo's, an' all my evenin's free, The fellors Over There ain't fixed that way, An' yot thoy'ro thoro protcctin' you an' me I Good Godl Whilo they aro bleedin', sufferin', dyin', If wo don't starvo to savo wo ain't half tryin'l CBuy ubcrty Bonds Winnipeg will store 2,000 tons of made by Itepresentntlve Lnngworth of o coal fur war widows and will sell to Ohio, who said that the mensw.-- not only levies the greatest tax ever levied them at cost. upon any nation of the world, but Is equivalent to nearly of the total cost of the government from the to the second time of Washington term of President Wilson. He added: "The unnnlmous passage of the bill will be welcome news to our allies nnd cold comfort to the kaiser and his satellites, because It shows that the American heart Is grimly set on cnrrylng this .wnr through to the finish. It Is the best answer to the whining peace projvosnl of Austria. It Is going to show that we projwse to do one-thir- d Loan Honor Flag All Together Now! Win One For business, not with the mil. but with the head of the dachshund and that we will force the dachshund to sit up nnd beg for mercy." May Be Law by November 1. It was the general consensus of opinion that the flnal passage of the bill would not take place before No- BEREA THE CITIZEN IS A FOURTH LIBERTY LOAN SPECIAL THIS WEEK. MANY NEWS ITEMS HAVE BEEN TO GIVE IT THE RIGHT OF WAY. EVERY BODY GET ON BOARD AND BOOST, AND BUY BONDS UNTIL THE GOAL G0MPERS IS REACHED "SIDE-TRACKE- vember 1. The tax scheme of the revenue hill dips Into the pockethook of every man, womnn und child In the country. It wns framed, according t.i Its authors, upon the principle of levying taxes upon those best able to bear them, with 0 the result that the bulk of the will come from large Incomes nnd wnr profits, with the liquor truffle yielding up more than $1,000,000,000 as Its share. $8,000.-000,00- WINS HIS POINT "An enemy which does not under stand that it is impossible to compromise botween right and wrong," says Prcmior Clcmenceau, in scorning tho poisoned hand within tho glove. A good many moro peace-tal- k violent things havo been said about Germany, but whon you think carefully through it, nothing could bo moro damning. Schooling costs. You can't expect to educate a whole nation as wo aro about to educate Germany for less than billions. Maybe tho Kalsor know tho use to Interallied Labor Conference Decision on War Alms Is Triumph for America. London, Sept. 23. Tho Interallied labor conferenco has been moro protract ed than had been expected, but ufter another extended discussion, arising mainly througu objections of a small pacifist group, tho entire report of tho committee on war alms was adopted Is regarded as a triumph for Samuel Gompers, president of tho American Federation of Labor. In his vigorous reply to tho pacifist objections Mr. Gompers said ho had teen In England three weeks, nnd hod seen no flame of peace flying through tbe world, as had been described by someone calling himself a socialist. What he had seen was a spark hero and there of tiro from u torch curried by Hrltlsh and French labor movements on their wnv to discover an op- - BUY 4IH. LIBERTY BONDS with virtual unanimity. This result which wo wero going U) put all of our gold somo dcy, whon bo those plated yacht raoo pra-sont- cd cups. nro needing work and money. Tho U. S. needs workmen nnd has money to pny them. Mexicans nro coming to pack up hi thing. When he came to the U. S. in incronsing numbers. down, American bayonet caught htm BIG LAKE STEAMER MISSING nt the door. Following closely upon A report is current from Ilallnn the heels of the doughboys came Wlckwlre, Jr., 504 Feet Long, 6,007 wife and daughters. It was a sources'that the German Emperor is Tons, Overdue May Be In glad reunion, after four years of nnx-lo- ill and has been obliged to cancel Shelter. separation. Mercler's fnmlly now nil important engagements. It is cannot do enough for the Ameri- Significant of llllblie no In Inn flint nn Minn., Sept. 23. The big cans. Dultith. syinpnthy Is expressed from any steel steamer Wlckwlre, Jr., rOI feet source. lond, 0,007 tons, owned by the AmeriBuy llBtRIvWos can Steamship company, Is reported M'ADOO TO OPEN BIG DRIVE missing In Lake Superior. A heavy American Ship Sunk storm on Lake Superior has caused Will Make First Address In Loan CamCorunmi, Spain. Three ollleers and paign Tuesday at Carnegie Hall, steamers to arrive late nt the 800, 27 of the crew of the American steamNew York. and tho Wlckwlre, Jr., may bo In er Itueiia Ventura have arrived here. inciter. The vessel was torpedoed. Three boats New York. Sept. 23. William O. secretary of the treasury, will with 01 of the crew were missing. Tho deliver the principal address of the lltlena Ventura was proceeding from llordeiiux, where she had unloaded 11 fourth Liberty Loan campaign at n cargo To See President Wilson. of petroleum from Philadelphia. Carnegie hall next TuesAn Atlantic Port. Claiming to be meeting In The vessel was of ,KS1 gros tons, nnd ono of five men who shot and killed day night, four days In advance of tho belonged to the United States Steel Gregory Itasputln, Itusslan monk and drive, according to an announcement Products Co, "power behind tho Itusslnn throne," here by the loan committee for tho Dr. Stanislaus de Ijizuvert, formerly second federal reserve district. This was said, would probably n colonel In the Itusslan army, arrived address, It Sir. McAdoo would hero on a llrltlsh liner. Dr. do Ijize-er- t be the only ono campaign. said tne other four assailants, all mako during the of whom nro now dead, were Grand MONITOR IS SUNK Duko Dlmltrl Puvlowskl; another BRITISH uy Grand Duke, whom he declined to nnnie; M, Touchotone, Captain of tho Twenty Men Are Killed and 87 Other Missing, Says Admiralty Guard, and 21. Pourlschkcoutch. Dr. Report de Dizcvert, who wild he cumo to see President Wilson In connection with UiERTY tho Serbian situation, declared he hud London, Sept. 23. A IlrltUh moniOMDS not been permitted to tell his story In tor was sunk ns she wns lying In hartho past, but added that ho would tell bor, the ndmlralty announced. Ono offIt fully after his visit to Washington. icer and 10 men wero killed and 07 nre missing und ore presumed to havo been killed. Mer-cler'u o, selected students tins noon in a i raining camp tho pnst summer so Artillery Annihilates Germans us to be ready to aid in tho admin Trying to Establish Position istrntion of tho Hcrea Company, Before U. S. Uncs. Pearsons Hall will bo the "enntp" of tho College Unit, and Howard Hnll nud ndjncent bnrrnrks for tho Vocntloiinl Unit, nud tho Y.M.O.A. GERMANS RELIEVE AUSTRIANS building will bo Headquarters. Many young men nre coming in from all directions to enlist In ono Hungarians Removed From the Front Lines In Lorraine Shelling of or the other of theso units. Metz Continues as Great QuanDEMOCRACY NOT ENOU01I tities of Captured Material Tho orgy of rapine and murdor Are Hauled to Rear. which has broken out in ltussia is Washington, Sept. the evidence that democracy hi itself not a guaranleo of good govern- 10,000 prisoners which were brought is In on September 18, we are not far ment. In that unfortunate country from reaching a total of 200,000 Gerwe see tho rule of tho demagogue, mans captured by the French, English backed by an ignorant proletariat, and Americans since July 18," accordin full llower. Tho results aro ing to a French official dispatch. worso than tho tyranny of tho most With the American Army on the grinding autocracy. Tho autocrat as a rule at least makes somo cITort Iorralne Front, Sept. 23. A hundred at promoting clllciency, and main- Hermans, led by two offlccm. debouched from taining order nnd protecting and to emplace Pompvltonx and nttempted six heavy machine pins and stimulating trade and industry. If two light guns nenr the Americans' ad ho Is ambitious, as was the Kaiser, vanced lines, but our batteries went it Is part of his plan to do so. Good Into action, blowing up the post nnd government is moro a question of scattering the enemy. American patrols captured two the spirit animating both rulers nnd ruled, thnn of form. Even ardent heavy machine guns from the German. lovo of country is a motive Hint, g A Oermnn patrol that wns like other virtues, can he carried near Vllcey and to an extreme which makes it a epcountervd nn American force positivo danger nud curse. Wo see thnt took two of the Germans prls- this exemplified in the case of tho oners. Austrlans Quit Front Gorman Junkers, whoso one passion With the Amerlcnn Army In Lorwns lovo of Fatherland, nny who s lived frugally nnd laboured inces- raine. Sept. 23. All have the Gersantly to promote "Deutschlnnd man front lines removed from nnd now In Lorraine Uber Alios." Tho dilllculty wns that nre concentrated near Mete according their love for the Fatherland was to 15 Austrian captured In the region. narrow and selllsh, and mado them They confirmed the report of blind to the rights of other nations. between Gennnns und When jt comes down to tho llnal because of the St. analysis, it is not democratic InstiMlhlcl retreat, one Mile blaming It on tutions, but tho spirit of Christian- - thn nthnr Tin, tiHiuini.u ft,.. ity pervading all classes, that must Austr,nng were tolng relieved by be the real basis for national and German. international, peace and happiness The German are now experiment-Innew tyjie of smnll biplane, with the spirit which teaches both men which Is considerably smaller than nnd nations to "lovo our neighbours as ourselves," and to do as wo would the Fokker machine. The new airplanes are used a scout. They nre be dono by. This is the only spirit. llf eVfiwt U'ln,.nrdtiil that will assuage internal conllicU A Fn,nch nv(op ny,nK wth ,hp of class, as well as ensure interna- - American air force brought one of tumal peace, bomo men seem bent these new machines down neur Pont behind the Oermnn line. on reducing society to one common-- ! nhico level, and thev call this dom- -' He report the new scout machine ocracy. Thoy cannot permanently are extremely fast and good cumb ers. succeed in their efforts, oven when Shelling of Meti Continues. thoy take such drastic methods as With the Amerlcnn Army In thoso now in vogue in Russia; and Sept. 23. American if they could sucoeed, tho world guns continue to bombard Metx, while would bo neither so plenscnt nor so guns of nil cnllber are breaking up happy a place in which to live. It every attempt of the GermutiH to bring to front was not without good purpose that forward men were made with varying idoas, lines. now been pracThe rear areas tastes, aptitudes and capacities. A tically cleaned up. have txixe of cap Huge commonplace world would bo a tured German clothing, guns, ammutame habitation for mankind. Hut nition and other supplies are being this is wandering from our original hauled to the rear. Ilefugees are returning to their point, which wns that it is the spirit of a people and its rulers that makes homes In recaptured villages, after four years' absence, unci are attempta great prosperous and hnppy naing to find their houses among the tion, and not the form of govern- ruin which have been left everywhere. ment. To fear God and keep His The doughboy are assisting In thli commandments is the whole duty work of rehabilitation. of the nation as well as of man. The Amerlcnns are more than nee 'The f;ar of God made England," high with the Inhabitants. M. MitFroude, "and no grent nation el it sent his wife and two daughter was made ,y any other fear." to Nancy when the Itoches Invaded Thlnucourt In Mil. He stayed behind From the Orillia (Can.) Packet the to care for their home. enemy wotld ixm be driven out. For purtimlty to llve flieTr own ffvesTnTiil four year the Germans made him end the Prussian menace to the world's qunrter ollleers lir their home and slave for them. liberties. During the advance the rejHirt sudUntil thnt way Is mndo clear for the world democracies, he said, tho labor denly reached the German olllcer flint movement of the United States will the American were entering the town. All but a major fled. lie run upstair stand undivided behind the allies. lth reoon-nolterlnAustro-IIungn-rlnnIx-e- Mpft DlQPIQfw Bulgars Driven Back TiirL-e World New: The Gorman nmbassador to ltussia, Von llelferlch, who succeeded I he man murdered by tho people has resigned his olllcc. Ho accepted it only on tho assurance that ho would havo a largo Gorman forco or soldiers to protect him. Lifo in llussla Is anything hut pleasant for tho German ollloiuls. An expedition of Jnpancso soldiers has started along tho Amur river, for n position in the Interior if Siberia. American nnd Chincso forces nre Joined to tho Japanese, who nru to have tho chief plnco and tho supremo command. French soldiers aro reaping tho rich crops, sown by the French, ed by the Germans during their occupation of the country between the Marne and the Vcslo rivers, and now coming into possession of tho French onco more as their choicest prize. cul-tivrl- Tho 'English, under Gcnoral the conqueror of Jerusalem, hnvo dealt n severe blow t tho Turks in Palestine. Many prisoners and guns were taken nud tho city of Nazareth is said (o bo in English hands. Moreover, tho Arabs hnvo been stimulated to rebel against Turkish rule and thn prestfgo of Germany's; ally seems to bo waning. y, ,n ilt Servian troops havo pushed their way further north during tho wcok and have taken many villages. Unitarians nnd Germnns nre hurrying to npposo the Servians, nnd Ilnllnn soldiers arc going hi their aid. llelntions between Spnin nnd Germnny moro are iMi'oming strained each dny. Tho policy of seizing Gorman vessels in Spnnish ports whenever inccchnnt vessols y, nro sunk is not accepted by nnd Spain's next movo is doubtful. Gor-mnn- g 11 Ixir-rnln- e, long-rang- e Tho Austrian peaco nolo has been promptly answered by Pres. Wilson in a short hut decisive reply which takes tho ground that tho U. S. has already mndo its peaco terms clearly known and a further conferenco Is not needed. A new election for members of the House of Commons is soon to lake plnco in England nnd somo chnnges nro expected. Thoro is no e expectation that will loe his leadership under n now House, but chnnges In tho other members of tho Cabinet nro probable. l.loyd-Georg- as eT It is believed thnt n now Homo Itulo Hill for Ireland is In bo drafted and tho issuo may llguro largely in the politicnl campaign Hint is likoly to come soon. Conscription for tho nrmy in Ireland will bo postponed until Homo Itulo Is granted. Mexico may yet bo of grent service to tho U. S. by aiding us in tho InlMir supply. Mexicans, impoverished by a long period of civil wnr, ixM-ctln- 4m Study Over the Question of Education; Is It Not Worth Any Cost and Any Exertion? September 20, 1018 THE CITIZEN Page Threa ... m 1 ! ' . i 11 How the Farmer can Help His Boys at the Front in your power to help your boys who have gone to the front. You were proud of them when they were children. You were proud of them when they grew up to be men and you were prouder than ever when they went away to fight for Uncle Sam and to help him to rid the world forever of the brutal Hun. Nothing is more natural also than for you to wonder how the boys are getting on "over there", perhaps to worry, J:oo, about whether your own boy is being taken care of and to wish that someone would tell you just what you could do to bring him safely home again. Well, there is a way and a very good way for you to help your boys at the front. Don't worry about hardships because Uncle Sam isn't going to let the boys suffer SO LONG AS YOU DO YOUR SHARE Your share to help the boys is to see that Uncle Sam never lacks the necessary money to keep them supplied with everything they need. The way to do this is to buy LIBERTY BONDS and buy them freely. Every time you think of how you would like to help your boys, buy a Liberty Bond. Talk to your neighbors about LIBERTY BONDS and get them to buy and keep on buying?. Nothing is more natural than for you to be anxious to do everything . Go to Any Bank Today and Buy Your Liberty Bonds This Space Contributed to Winning the War by 1 I The Berea Bank & Trust Company i Pago Four. TIIE CITIZEN September 2(5, 1018 LOCAL PAGE NKWS OP DERKA AND VICINITY, GATHERED VARIETY OF SOURCES FROM A The Dean & Stafford REAL ESTATE Bank & Trust BIdg. Berea, Ky. Best Blacksmithing Scientiflc liorso shoeing, fine iron work and repairs of all descriptions at tlio College Blacksmith Shop, Main Street, north of The- Citizen Ofllcc. L. & N. TIME TABLE Berea, Ky, (In effect May 11, 1018) North Bound No. 32, Leaves 6:53 p.m. No. 38, Leaves 1:17 p.m. No. 31, Leaves 3:53 a.m. , South Bound No. 33, Leaves 12:03 p.m. 1:04 pjn. No. 37, Leaves No. 31, Leaves 12:12 a.m. Note: No. 33, the fast train, will stop for passengers from North of Cincinnati, 0., or for South of Knox-vill- e, street. There aro 181 moro students enTenn. rolled in Berea Collego and TrainWe Sell hats and sell them right. ing School this ylpar than at this ad. time in any previous year. And still Mrs. Laura Jones. Mr. B. W. Hart left early in tho they cornel Mrs. T. A. Edwards returned week on a business trip to TennesMonday from a len days' visit with see and Alabama. ' son, Donald, in Columbus, O, Mr. and Mrs. Will Click wcro week her and with Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Cartmell end visitors at tho homo of Dr. and in Delaware, O. Miss Carol Edwards Mrs. B. F. Robinson. accompanied her and entered Ohio Special prices at Laura Jones' Wosleyan University at Delaware. millinery store to all Bereav College Donald is a senior in Ohio State girls and to former customers. (Ad.) University, Medical Department Walter Dizney, of tho U. S. S. for a year on the medical reserve Moosehcad, returned Monday to his list. This year his class is placed post of duty after spending a week in tho S. A. T. C. orthc university in Berea with his parents. and will live in barracks. Our Fall and Winter Millinery is Buy your hat at our store, oppoFish's site Robinson hospital. Big slock; now ready. The 119th Regimental Band, of can suit any face, match any suit. which Lieut. J. Paul Edwards is You only havo to make one trip to leader and a number of our Berea the millinery store. Wo help you boys arc members, were transferred to select the right hat for your parfrom Camp Shelby, Miss., to Camp ticular style. Wo Sell Hals. Mrs. Laura Jones Mills, N. Y., where they arrived. (Ail.) Rev. E. B. English is holding revi September 15. When last heard from they were rapfdly being val meetings in Preachersvillc this week and next. His appointment in trip. equipped for tho over-seBerea will be taken by the Rev. W. E. Rix, at 11 a.m. next, Sunday. Mrs. J. T. Moore of Guthrie, Okla, with her littlo daughter, Wanetta, who have been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Wallace, of Chestnut street, for the past week, started for her homo on Wednesday. Mr, and Mrs. Wallace are both improving in health after a very serious period pf sickness. It is a fact that Laura Jones sells is the silver bullet hats cheaper than anybody. Can't that will win this see how she docs it. But she does, war. And silver bulAllen Wallace, of Johnston, Tenn., lets are moulded not has returned homo from visiting his alone from what you parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Wallace. lend but from what Dean and Mrs. Edwards enteryou SAVE and lend. tained Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Williams This is the way to and son. of Now Madrid. Mo., this increase America's week; also Mr. Williams' father, of fighting strength. Loxington, Ky. Mrs. Williams is Dean Edwards' niece. The Rev. Win. D. Smith has written The Citizen to havo his paper sent to Winside, Nebraska, his new appointmont as pastor of tho M. E. as of Sturgeon, made a business trip to Berea tho latter part of last week. Mrs. Clayton Crump, of Losing ton, arrived Sunday for a visit of a few days with relatives in Berea and Big Hill. collage on High Tor Rent street. Apply to (Ad. 13) Mrs. Laura Joifcs Mack Morgan, a member of tho Vocational faculty of last year, was in Berea over Sunday. Mr. Morgan is awaiting a call to tho Officers Naval Training School. Herman Mahaffey, a former Berea student and graduate, and who is now a student in Louisville Medical College, and a member of tho Medical Reserve Corps, spent from Friday until Sunday in Berea. Tho Fish Line awaits your inspection. Why experiment? Buy Fish's Fish Hats. Dr. Dudley, who is assisting T)r. Cowley in taking care of the college students, is moving into part of Mrs. L. A. Davis' house on Center Dr. A. Mahnffcy, J. Price of American Lives A LL the money Boost and Buy Bonds Thli ipa contributed to winning th War bjr PUBLIC SCHOOLS NOTES fred Gaines. E. F. Dizney, Principal Fifth Grndo Alia Gaines, Kenneth At n called meeting of tho School Canflcld, Robert Lcdford, Howard F. L. Moore "THREE MUSKETEERS" recompense his mother for the life of one American soldier. But the money you pay for Liberty Bonds now will help save the lives of thousands of our sons, by shortening the war and insuring an early victory. You should be thankful for the opportunity to put to such a splendid purpose every dollar you can save or borrow. you ever hope to possess will not Cleveland Frost was in Just before sailing and called on his brother Stanley, once editor of The Citizen, in tho ofllco of the New York Tribune. Thcro ho also a Befound Richard-Howar- d, rea student, now in tho Navy, who was also making a call. As they stepped out on tho street they met Otto Ernherg, who nindo number three of tho proup of Berea Boys. How thick they aro in New York, and in France! Lieut. New York Buy Ubirty Bonds - Silver Bullets IT rARMS FOR SALE If it's farm land you want, I have it, and if you aro looking for a bar- ' gain como to me, for I havo tho farm you want, at tho prico you want to Pay. No. 0005 acres of land right In town, all fenced and in good shape, 'on rock piko in 100 yards of graded 'school, ono quarter milo of railroad depot, a No. 1 seven-rooframe. two-stohouse with porches, nice may well be yard, hen, meat and wood houses, all buildings new, good pardon. One of the bond you buy the best buildings and locations in will bring home to town. Prico ? 1,800. No. 500 Farm of 81 acres on the arms of his loved country road, closo to mail, tele ones, an American phone, school and churches; 01 acres cleared, fenced and fencing good; ti acres in clover and timothy; largo orchard, good garden and no better water anywhero; a lot of nice timber. This farm is framo nearly all level. Seven-rooThN Space Contributed house, two barns, 32x3(5 each; silo to Winning the War hi and all necessary outbuildings and granaries. Twenty tons of hay, 2 Fish's Millinery cows, 2 calves. 2 horses, 2 wagons." 6 'S acres corn, about GO' bushels CBUY LIBERTY B0NDS of wheat, about 200 bushels of oats, COLLEGE HOSPITAL NOTES one-ha- lf aero potatoes, 9 head hogs, Dr. Cowley lefL Sunday noon, with bindcI. m0winc machine and rake. Mr. Way. for Cincinnati, on urgent whoat drill.com drill, breaking .business for the College. plow, two-horcultivator and bar- ur. and .Mrs. uuuicy aro moving jrmV - pricc for alt 57,000; for farm, into Mrs. Davis' house, on Center 55 000. Street. No. 1 A farm of 53 acres on coun At tho Hospital all is going well. ty road, close to school, church and Oscar Garden and Miss Ruby Well, store, all level, not ono foot of waste who underwent minor operations', on jan(i. n in timber, except one acre. jA new frame house, Saturday, aro recovering nicely. y, six Thero havo been a large number room?, hen and meat house, young of severe colds reported within tho orchnrd. A nice ioeation and can't last few days, seemingly an epi-'j- )0 beat for the money. Price form, and students and towns- - 000. people are urged to tako remedial terms can be made on mot all measures upon tho first appearance farms, 1 m-- the most comploto of soro throat or cold, so as to pro- - list of farms that I know of. Write vent more serious developments for my price list it'a free. Buy llBERTY Bonds Monroe Thompson, j m Torre Haute, Ind., Sept. 17, 1018. Standard Wheel Co, Berea, Ky. Saturday. Gentlemen: Parents nnd guardians please con- This will acknowledge receipt of fer with tho teacher if "F" Is your letter of September 12th with found on your child's grade card. reforonco lo n general rcpoTt of ' Honor Roll tho lire nt Herea. Mr. Coleman hai Tho following is tho Honor Roll returned nnd advises us of hcrolo for the first month: work which you, as well as all tho Primary Lewis King, Noel Cruse, other lire lighters performed, and Hnrry Hall, Frank McKlnncy, Sealo in behalf of the Company I desiro Pheal, llallam Scale, Wallaco WJIr lo express our appreciation for tho liams, Carl Williams, Hettlo Ever-sol- work rendered by you, tho foreman Vena Harrison, Hazel Vlars, of the section, as well as tho section Graco Chasteen. men themselves, and tho townsmen Second Grade Alma Lakes, Nan- who assisted in preventing tho llro nie Wynn, Graco Pennington, Mau- from doing greater damage. reen VanWInkle, Mabel Best, Allcno Wo corlainly nrb grateful to you Bell. Roy Viars, John Hall, Jas. B. all and would bo glad to havo a moro Moore, George Rix, Oswald Lamb. adequate manner of showing our Thin! Grade Eula Mao Peters, appreciation to you. Ralph Chastcen, Mamio McKinney. With very best personal regards, Fourth Grade Ferris Rix, Clar Wo remain, ence Ilix, Russell Hayes, Lucilo Ste Yours truly, phens, Hazel Hubbard, Ruth Chas-tee- n. Standard Wheel Co. Kathleen VanWinkle, Win- By E. J. Fischer, Asst. Mgr. I e, Board, Septombcr 21, Mrs. Lorcna Muncy was elected for High School work nnd fllh grade. At tho samo meeting, trustees voted n small but substantial rniso in salary for teaohcrs and Janitor. Mrs. Ruth Clark got n wlro from Supt. V. O. Gilbert, Frankfort, lhat she has credits thcro sufllcicnl toi entitle her lo a certificate from tho! Slate. j Mrs. Muncy nnd Miss Nancy Huff took tho county teachers' cxamlnn- -' lion at Richmond Saturday. l'rinolpal Diznoy wns in Richmond Wilder, Wm. Hayes. ' Seventh Grade Elinor VanWInkle, Chns. Lester, Eighlh Grndo Ethel Wyatt, Mary Leo Wynn, Lenora Hales. T!uy tioiRTY Bonds FIRE FIGHTERS APPRECIATED ManaRe- Letter to J. F. Fischor, Local ger of tho Spoke Factory, garding tho Recent Fire-- It that ry W 8 ' mm V j boy who would fcross-fencc- d; otherwise have perished. m You arc invited lo alien J our Fall and Winter Opening beginning Friday, September 20 and continuing tbrougbout tbc monlb FISH'S to executo bond3 with approved se . surety, bearing intcrost at tho rate of six per cont per annum from dato of salo until paid, payablo to tho undersigned Commissioner in equal installments, and a lien will bo retained on tho property sold to seouro thoir payinont, J. W. Byrno Master Commissioner, Braokon Circuit Court. Sold NOTICE nt 12 Gals. Ynti can mtlcn two-stor- $1,-de- w I'lUilD lonlcknown with oMo i)tln nt Tamfe lCHLS ImiIii ro.itij prurrnu rair4. u" " limtxT neck cholera. n.j Poultry Tonic 4V 12 i,,r. e by ' "J3tllU. lniUry ' " y ul.l. Irnok nr. I oilH'rtllvav. II At Iilme- I... ) ..... . . Porter-Moor- lwtuliii;Cl,laill(tH.I, e Drug Co. FOR SALE Nice young Jersey cow; just fresh; apply to E. B. Serivner, Center StS (Adp-l- i) Cl Buy liberty Jonos SPLENDID I HOME FOR SALE out-cr- ,Furnish Your will otter at public y tho S. G. HANSON HOME PLACE on Chestnut Street, Herea, Ky., on church. Buy Saturday, September liberty BqnoTV- 28, 1918, at 10 a.m. sharp. Share of Silver Bullets , I FRIEND Tho Christian Endeavor Society of tho Union Church had a real treat last Sunday when a former president, Mr. McCoy Franklin, addrossod them. They are enjoying unusually flno mootings this fall, and extend a cordial invitation to all to meet with them in tho Union Church, at 0:15 every Sunday evening. Ju3IbTriOond!L BOONE TAVERN NOTES Monday saw a full house at Boono C. E. WELCOMES BACK OLD Terms made known on day of sale. At tho sanio time, I will ofTor the household goods, gardon, and farm tools. Good piano and phaeton will bo sold in tho lot. W. N. Hanson, Executor - Buy iiberty Bonds FOR SALE ' Oliver typowriter, number 5. Reasonable price. Call at 300 Putnam. adp. "CBuy liberty Bonds LOST On September Buy Liberty Bonds Invest in VICTOR Y Tills Spare Contributed "to Wluulug the War by- - 13. F. Wan Winkle 18, a lady's watch, somowhoro on Chestnut or Boono Street. Findor please return to Tavern, with numerous auto parties tho Horea Post Ofllco or Citizen and transient guests. Among thoso Oillce. ad. who aro staying for a longer period, TBuy liberty Bonds aro: Mis? Lavender and Miss Fau LOST cet, of the Pino Mountain Settlement Lost, on Friday, tho 13th, a plaid School; Lieut. Squires, his wife and silk shawl. Plcaso return to Boono two ohildron, of Laporto, Ind.; Sorgt. Tavern. Miss Julia Lathers. Vaud Travis, from Travis; Mr. and adp. Mrs. W. S. Gabblo of Nashville, Buy liberty Bonds Tonn., Mr. Herman Mahnney, or NOTICE Louisville, and Mr. P. C. Dix and All persons having an account family, of Louisville Mr. Dix U Stale Soorotary oTlhe Y. M. C. .A. with Doctor L. J. Godbey aro to call and settle. work of Kentucky. Mrs. L. J. Godbey Tho Tavorn has put in a comploto lino of all tho host magazines. Thoso FOR SALE will bo on solo to tho troncral nub Twonty acres of land near Big ile. Houso nnd lot; all tillable: Hill. BUY llBCRIY BONDS threo acres of woods, balnnco In culSECOND RED CROSS WAR FUND tivation. Good road; n bargain at PAYMENT NOW DUE 800. Liberal terms. M. J. Carrier, J. L. Gay, Treasurer Big Hill, Ky. (ad.) Tho creditors of Rov. D. W. Brown, Wnyneburg. Ky. deceased, aro hereby notified to pro-soF. L. MOORE'S CBuyiibDuy Bonos any claims to mo on or boforo October 12. 1918. MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE Mrs. I). W. Brown, Exec, OF REAL ESTATE fAdp. l.T Berea, Ky. 1918 Monday, October 7, Bracken Circuit Court FOR WE BUY Bertha Byar Griffith, Administratrix First Class Repairing OLD FALSE TEETH of We pay from $2.00 to $35.00 per set V. Griffith, deceased, and AND (broken or not). Bertha Bynr Griffith, who sues in for Diamonds, oldWe also pay actual value Gold Silver and Hridge-workFine Line of Jewelry hor individual capacity, Plaintiff Send at once by parcel post and Against Equity No. 1033. Judg- receive cash by return mail. MAIN ST. BEREA. KY. MAZER'S TOOTH SPECIALTY ment and Order of Sale. D.pl. X. 2007. So. 5th St. l'lL J.lpM., Donald OrinUh. et al., Defendants By virtue of Judgment and Order of Salo mado and ontered in tho abovo styled action at tho Juno lorm 1018. of tho Bracken Circuit Court, tho undersigned, Master Commissioner wil), on Monday, October 7, 1918, at about tho hour of yal-u- e 11 o'clock a.m., on tho premises, in tho town of Berea, Madison County, Kontucky, upon equal credits of six and twelve months for tho purchase money, sell at publlo auction to tho h i i highest nnd best bidder, tho property described in tho Judgment and ordered lo bo sold in this action to wit: A certain tract or parcel of land, located on tho South sldo of Jackson Street, in Berea, Madison County, Kentucky, and bounded as follows: Beginning at tho Northwest corner of a lot owned by Susio T. Cooper, formorly Calfee, with her lino S. 33 E. 408 feet to with his lino of E. C. Scale; feet to lino N. 19 E. 181 corner of Howard Hudson, thence with Howard Hudson line N. 33 W. 410 feet to tho beginning, confining two acres, moro or less. It lioing tho samo land convoyed to decedent. E. V. Griffith, by deed of P Hornollus nnd wifo. dated May 9, 1913 and recorded In deed book Richmond Kentucky No. 78, page 10, Madison County records of deeds, Tho purchasor will bo required Jewelry Store . r. The Height of Style and in Women's Coats & Suits are on display. Visit our store. See and try on some of these distinctive, m oderately priced if 1 B. E. BELUE CO. The Man Who Succeeds is the One Who Knows Things September 2o, 1018 TUB CITIZEN Pago Flvo. The IASUALTY LIST iM Whtl rfuhl If auri In rfir. vtfbfciM nuudrtdth of our mtnljr oMf mn wMrt luUtd lh itm itrlf IU? (ittn lbt or tlmhtrta, Price of American Lives A LL the money you ever hope to possess will not Thu ol J Wfcit mctiAcc Ihit we nujr aittc Can b on thoi lt' for Ox if I ' II mt not b Al long to lire r it ouri t iMim Ikfic boy Our patriotism is more than sentiment now it Is a llfo principle, dedicated and made sacred by tho blood of our boys. Following are a few names taken from among mnny of our Kentucky boys who have given their lives for thnl principle of Liberty. Killed in Action Samuel HJeks, Cow Creek. Gordon Shepherd, llopkfnsville. John Valentine, Conllucnco. Michael Jamuz, Frankfort. Hubert Yaell, Wallinford. mOM PROF. DODGE Woodstock, III., Sept. 20, 1UI8. To Tho Citizen: Tho letter of last week was Intended (o be tin Inst one of tho trip. Ilul Mrs. Dodge mid I feel that it would bo unfair, nfter writing of former Korean's met in tho far west, not to make any mention of those well known and loyal ones whom LETTER wo find nearer homo. In the Hook Department, of Mar- Died from Wounds Charles V. Haker, Somerset. Arthur 0. Hryant, Ileatlyvillc. .lesso D. Carter, Morcland. Died of Dlseaso Pirns It. Shnrklre, I.lvermore. recompense his mother for the life of one American soldier. But the money you pay for Liberty Bonds now will help save the Hvc3 of thousands of our sons, by shortening the war and insuring an early victory. You should be thankful for the opportunity to put to such a splendid purpose every dollar you can save or borrow. Wounded Severely Allierl J. Marley, Hampton. ,1 dli n Smith, 1713 Maple sL, Louisville. Luin Wilhile, Owcnsboro. I.lnzio Cooper, Pino Knot. Wounded, Dcgreo Undetermined Hoy Wages, Salt Lick. has arisen Phoenlx-likfrom the ashes of tho old one, at n cost of S'L'.'W.OOO. We also wero complimented with tickets to the concert given on tho occasion of the dedication of their new ami magniilccnl organ, one of tho finest in the country. I fell honored by having a reception given us al I ho manse, the. other guests being Civil War soldiers and their wives. All four of tho Barton sons nro now in somo form of Government service, .three in connection with tho navy. Bruce hasiven up tho editorship of "Bvery Week," to engage In boosting the Liberty Dr. BartQii's Loan. Clyde Stilwell, of Korea's '09 class, lives cloe by, and has two interesting children. Ho is nn attorney for the McCormick Reaper Co. 1 went witli him to North Bcrwyn, nnd there gave a patriotic address. At Oak Park we also called upon tho family of Rev. Geo. T. McCollum, Berea, 181K), now Congregational Homo Mission Field Secretary for Illinois. Hero we found Miss Jean McCollum, last year's graduate from Korea College, and also Miss Frances Lander, Korea, 1017, now a student of the University of Illinois. Al Woodstock we again havo tho pleasure ofa visit at Todd Seminary, where Mrs. Dodge taught for several o, son-in-la- w, flMLM r BONDS paving? Road V'Ct0ry 1 (i It may well be that the bond you buy will bring home to the arms of his loved ones, an American boy who would otherwise have perishe'd. j TliN Spflrc Con trlli ti I cil to Winning the War by shall Field anil Co., Chicago, wo found Miss lloso Oiler, who formerly was a Herea student and nn inmate of our home. For several years she has had an important position there. She took us to dinner, and wo had n delightful visit. On another occasion we similarly enjoyed tho hospitality of Miss Mary B. Adklns, who. six or eight years ago, spent some months with us, while recuperating from tho wear of teaching. Since that lima shu tins had responsible work in the Hnptlst Foreign Mission Society and along other lines. Many Koreans will bo glad of the word of greeting which she sends to her friends. Our visit at Oak Park, as the guels of Dr.'and Mrs. W. B. Barton, will long hae a grateful placo in our memory. Wo had the satisfaction of hearing one of Dr. IVs. able sermons, in the new rhurch, which LIBERTY BONDS pave the way to Victory. 4 Without them our men cannot advance. How much of the road to Victory are your LIBERTY Couldn't you buy another if you tried realhard? And talk to your friends and neighbors about buying more. ' Go to Any Bank Today and Buy Tour Liberty Bonds (Contlnned on Figs Eight) This Space Contributed to Winning tho War by Mrs. S. R. Baker Ladlti' Fmtmlilngt ' Lend to the Limit Back the Boys! Buv Liberty Bonds! -- and Then Some tlo Porter-Moor- e Drug Company til tho recent letter wUich was written Juno 22nd. At that time- tho doctor was ablo to bo about his room. His own hospital was closed and tho lied Cross had taken him in charge and nursed him thru his long illness. -- Buy tiBtRiY Bonds "Tho ronl Hun atrocity is tho toward life which calls chivn wasto of alry sentiment, fair-pla- y ruthlessncss opportunity, and tretii.'tli " Thia ipar contributed toutnnfnr the War by This irate contributed to w Innfnc th War by J. B. Richardson , Clothier Seale's Restaurant Dr. Hoffman is a medical mission-- 1 of a hospital in Meshed, Persia. A cablegram to tho New York ofllco in April stated that Friends of Dr. Holla Hoffman will ho had tho fever, and that his partbo pleased to learn that word has ner died after six days illness of reached America that ho is recov- typhus fever. His parents were unering from a serious caso of typhoid. able to hear further from him un DR. ROLLA HOFFMAN RECOVERING ary in chargo CBuv Liberty Bonds V BEREA Tuesday October 1 from 10:00 to 12:00 This train is being sent out by. tho I. S. Government as a partof their educational propaganda, that its citizens may seo and know for themselves just what a depth bomb, gun, a German helan met, and all tho other things that our newspapers and magazines aro full of these days, really look like; nnd, incidentally, to help to provo tho need of and arouso tho interest in, tho great Fourth Liberty Loan, which is about to bo raised. Tho War Trophy Train will arrive in Herea, from Richmond, at 9:55, on tho morning of October 1. Tho exhibit and publio speaking will comnienco at onco, lasting From it:55 until tho tram leaves at 12:55 it is expected that lunch will bo served by tho townspeople of Herea to tho members of tho group 'accompanying this exhibit, a detail of U. S. soldiers and a number of prominent speakers, about twenty in all. Tito exhibit is, of course, absolutely freo. Thoso wishing to viow it aro requested to outer at tho forward end of tho first flat car. Thoy will bo conducted thru tho thrco cars by soldiers who will explain tho various exhibits as they go, and tho exit will bo at tho rear of tho last coach, at tho back of tho speakers' platform. This is ono of tho most comploto oxhiblts of war material and relics ovor sent out by our Government. Mr. Gay, tho chairman of our own local board, will inlrodiico tho speakers o' tho day, and tboro will bo two or tbreo addresses of great anti-aircr- under auspices of U.S. Railroad Administration and U.S.Treasury Dept. LOADED TO OVERFLOWING WITH BOOTY Captured from Fleeing German Armies 01 W I I I "III III III - III III Accoutrements of Modern German.Hellish Warfare .Ill the Instruments and BErOREYOUR. Hear speakers l EYES! . , 0f a WILL soldiers STOP & TW0 ! interest. OlfiS 'at Wo feci that this will bo an edu cational opportunity which no Qua should miss. In Two Weeks a New Student Has More Friends in Berea Than Anywhere Else Pago Six. THE CITIZEN September 20, FARMS, FARMS, FARMSl Galla- 1018 MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spence, Form Demonstrator and Special Investigator DEREA AGRICULTURAL TAIR SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG 1st Door Training that adite to wire. Lays well. Cheap at $15,000. In Boone, Kenton, Grant and tin Counties, For Sale Don't forget Hint Our Big Agricultural Fair is drawing near October 2i, 25, and 20. Tho first day all exhibits should bo entered except livo slock, which conies tho second day. Get all farm, garden and homo products ready it's only a few weeks until tho Fair. Tlicro will bo some of the biggest men here lo oddrcss tho people that Korea has ever bad. Begin NOW lo gel things together. Don't wait I SMUT TREATMENT menl is not high enough or not a fair one, tho thing (o do is to make a strenuous fight to secure tho price which is fair. In the meantime, tho country will not loleralo tho man who refuses to plant wheal unless ho is promised a higher prico any more than it will loleralo the prof Iteer in any other business. Clovor Uoltom, Mr. llobt, F. Spence. Dear Mr. Spence: I Ky., Sept. 0, 1018, PEOPLE Berea's Vocational Schools your money-earnin- g powor, combined with general education. Agriculture, Carpentry, Bricklaying, Printing, Conimerco nnd Tolcgraphy, FOR TOUNO LADIES Uomo Scicnco, Dressmaking, Cooking, Nursing, Stenography and Typewriting. FOR TOUNO MEN No. 108. 270 acres In (Irani County. Finn barns (00x10 nnd 00x38). (lood fences. Well watered. 8ppn did frnmo houso In good repair nml well watered with never failing springs and pond. Ico house, out buildings nml a good orchard. Another set of improvements along sido making it a deslrnblo placo for two families; with plenty of lonac-c- o land, and within one-thimiloof church, school nnd stores. Price now only $30,000. rd No. 372. 1234 ncres. 1 milo from It. It. station in Grant County, Ky. Uu piko; churches and schools; U flood frnmo house of 8 rooms do-po- with halls nnd porches. Plenty of fruit and water; well grassed; good tobacco land and 3 good tobacco ham; I feed barn. Bargain at $10,000. 130 aero farm with now room dwelling. Now barn with basement. "All new" mid a beautiful location. Only 13 miles to Cincinnati nnd I miles to County Scat of Kenton County, (lood pike. Prico No. 212. 7 am awful sorry that 2nd Door I can't come to tho State Berea's Foundation School some-vocation- Orlando, Ky., Sept, 0, 1018 Dear Mr. Spenco: Sure, I am going lo the Slate Fair! I got my instructions how to gel there; but I haven't got my badge yet. My corn looks very well; hope to havo a good crop. My pig is looking good. Our fair will be October 1". Hopo to sco you there. I am yours truly, RAISE WHEAT Frank Johnson, Tho Kaiser can have no hope of Agricultural Club Boy so gaining the mastery of tho seas, that even if his armies overrun Franco and Italy, how docs he exNOTE, from County Agent Spenco pect to conquer England and tho We want every Agricultural Club United Stales? member to show bis corn, pig, poul Ho ex- try, beans, and onions at tho Berca This is easily answered. pects them lo quit. As a recent ed- Agricultural Fair, October 25, 20, itorial in one of our popular peri- and 27. Watch for a premium list. odicals slates, "Ho hopes there is All live stock will be exhibited on enough laziness and selfishness and second day, October 25th. cowardice in tho people of tbeso CINCINNATI MARKETS. countries to give tho game into his Hay and Grain. hands. He thinks they will get 1 Tiny timothy $.,!0..r10jr31.2.-- it tired of fighting. Ho thinks they standard No. $30R:tO..0, No. 2 $2..r0&:S0, cannot stand the gaff. So. 1 clovor mixed $lM...V)ff:!0, No. 2 Ho banks on the chaps who re- clover mixed .2S1S), No. 1 clover 204 27. sent having their profits and pleasNew No. 2 white 746 TO, ures interfered with, their diet reg- stnndnrdOats 7l71V4c, No. 3 white white ulated; on the big capitalist who 7374e. No. 2 mixed 72Q72&c, No. forestalls as much as the law allows 3 mixed 72c. SO. No. Com No. 2 white him; on the man who will not buy white ?1.70ei.7.. No.$1.750)1. Sl.m 3 2 yellow a Liberty Bond when he can get 8 l.GO, No. 3 yellow $1.50 1.5T,, No. 2 per cent on a mortgage, and the labor mixed 51.55, No! 3 mixed $l.Wff 1.5T,, leader and wage earner who wiil white ear $l.(K)l.C."i, yellow ear $1.50 1.."., mixed ear $1.4301.50. strike even against the GovernButter, Eggs and Poultry. ment. To this we may add, "He Butter Whole milk creamery extras also banks on the farmers who will Gic, centralized creamery extras u.iftc, not plant wheat because some other flr.ts 52.c. Ksss I'rime firsts 45c, llrsts 43c, less ossential crop is more profita ordinary firsts 40c. Live Poultry Itrollers, Ufc lb and ble." There are undoubtedly a few farmers who, because they think over 27c; under 1V4 11) 27c; fowls, 4 lbs and over, 20c; do under 4 lbs, 27c; thoy have not been treated fairly in roosters, lO'c. matter of price, have worked Live Stock. the Cattle Shippers $1310.50; butcher themselves up to such a state of steers, extra !?1415.25, good to choice self pity, and feci themselves so $514, common to fair $7.5011.50; abused, that they aro ready loquit. heifers, extra .1112.50, good to choice Tho thing to do witli such men is $1011, common to fair $70'J..r.O; lo send them to the front in France cows, extra $9.7511.50, good to choice $8.500.50, common to fair $G.75S and let patriotic men run (their canners $000.75. Hogs Selected heavy $10.7520, farm; men who are willing to forego profits for tho welfare of their good to choice packers and butchers $20.10. medium $20.1020.25, stops country. Wo must plant overy pos- $1115, common to choice heavy fat sible acre of wheat this coming sows $13 17.50, light shippers $19.75 year. Only tho German sympathi- 20.10, pigs (100 lbs and less) $13 zer or tho slacker will slop now to 18.50. .Sheep Kxtni $10.75011, good to consider tho question of profits. choice $1010.75, common to fair $3 9. If tho prico fixed by the Govern-- 1 Stinking spread loss in Kentucky this year. It is practically impossible lo buy seed thai is entirely frco from it. Consequently, not a bushel of wheal should bo planted this fall without first treating it for smut. Tho formaldehyde treatment is easily given, is vory effective, and it has largely supplanted tho blucstono treatment. It is applied as follows: Spread tho wheat out on a lloor or clean canvas and sprinkle until thoroly wet with a solution mado by adding one pound of formaldehyde to a barrel (50 gallons) of water. Then shovel into a heap and cover witli canvas or sack for a few hours. Spread and dry sufficiently to sow. FOR WHEAT smut has caused wide- ! Fair, though I am planning on com ing lo Berea nnd bring my pig. My pig is an awful good one, I think My corn has dono pretty well. planted cow peas in my corn. My corn camo up pretty well. I plant ed tested corn; it was yellow. Yours as ever, Nelson Hurst, Agricultural Club Boy Ocnoral Education for those not far advanced, combined with training. No matter what your prcsont advancement, we can put you with others liko yoursolf and givo chance for most rapid Improvement. 3rd Door Berea's English Academy Course For those who aro not expoctlng to teach and who aro not going thru College and dosiro more general education. It also glvos tho best general education for tlioso who wish a good start In study and expect to carry it on by thomsolvos. 4th Door Berea's Normal School This gives the best training for those who expect to teaoh. Courses aro so arranged that young pcoplo can loach through the summer and fall and attend sahool through the winter and spring, thus earning money to keep right on in their courses of study. Read Dinsmoro's great book, "How to Teach a District School." 5th Door Berea's Preparatory Academy Course No. 100. 200 nores on Dixie high- $13,000. way. Good barns and house, also No. 211. 185 ncres of flno land, new tenant house; good fences; with dwelling. Largo slock plenty tobacco land; well watered. and feed barn; also small tobacco Mi mile from II. II. station nnd 2 miles from excellent graded school;,."0!"1 ."""IV .,M of frU,.L vl " i"U'ruuiiicnis nl.t.pnlin. nml :i '!'.. p,.i I n,Ml n,,0Ml W acrt'3 nl 3,10 pcr ncro- roads. 30 (lay price to sell, fssyxw.! No. SOS. 117 acres. 2sloryframo No. 100. M mile Dixlo highway. I house; 3 barns; beautiful location Splendid new house; twp new barns; pretty well fenced nnd on good piko; on two pikes; lino fruit; woll win tered; nil in grass. Prico of $11,000. 2 miles from i II. II. stations (Q. & C. and L. & N.). School and church No. 30. 218 ncro form. es tho best in North Kentucky. dwelling in good repair; largo dairy; Prico $20,000. good tobacco barn nnd good feed bnrii, in fact all necessary out buildNo. 85. 105 ncres. Modern liousi) ings. New American wire fencing with bath, etc. On good piko and nil around farm. Lays line. Yi milo close to It. It. station, schools and from piko and 3 miles to R. It. churches. Now barn and plenty of station. $21,800. Tliis is tho straight road to College best training in Mathematics, Science, Languages, History and all preparatory subjects. The Academy Is now Borea's largest department. fruit. $12,000. 6th Door This courses twenty-fiv- e Berea College Institution, and provides standard war conditions. For samo In Berea, but the finds itself now makes as we have in the past the girls and 115 CO to cost half that at other in all advanced subjects. Is tho crown of tho wholo Raise in Board Is forced by years the board has remained tho unusual situation in which the whole country it impossible for us to live on the samo money Tnls adds 50.00 to Ue former expenses of the expenses of the boys, but still leaves tho schools and "cheaper than staying at homo." PAYMENT A Temporary MUST BE IN ADVANCE, Incidental by the term, board by the half term. fee and room rent Installments are as follows: FALL TERM Expenses for Boys VOCATIONAL AND FOUNDATION SCHOOLS ACADEMY AND NORMAL COI.LEOK Incidental Fee Room $ 5.00 7.00 I Board, 7 weeks 12.25 Amount duo Sept. 11, HUB.. 21.25 Board, 7 weeks, duo OcL 20.. 1255 Total for Term '3050 .- 0.00 7.00 1235 1255 '37.50 t 7.00 7.00 12.25 2555 20.25 1255 3850 $ 7.00 Expenses for Girls Incidental Fee Room S 5.00 $ 0.00 Board, 7 weeks 1050 1050 Amount duo Sept. 11. Ii)l8.. 23.60 2450 Board, 7 weeks, due 0 1050 1050 30.. Total for Term '34.00 '35.00 This does not includd the dollar deposit nor money for books or laundry. Special Expenses in Addition to Incidental Fee Business Fall Winter String Stenography and Typewriting , 514.00 $12.00 lioxio Bookkeeping (brief courso) ... 11.00 10.00 12.00 Bookkeeping (regular course) , 7.00 0.00 6.00' Business course for students in other departments: 10.50 9.00 750 Stenography Typewriting, with one hour's 5.00 uso of instrument 7.00 0.00 Com. Law., Com. Geog., Com. 1.80 Arith., or Penmanship, each.. 2.10 150 In no case will special Business Fees exceed $15.00 per term. All students do some work with their hands from six to six teen hours a week as Janitors or in tho farm, carpenter shop, print ing office, laundry, boarding hall, olllce, etc., and recolvo pay which reduces their expenses. Any youiur man or younp woman can at Berea if there is the will to do so. able-bodied 7.00 1050 22.50 1050 33.00 7.00 7.00 No. 310. 180 ncro farm, all In Near good town grass and lays well. Situated on with churches nnd schools. On tho Nicholson piko. 2 good barns; good piko; It. R. station within ft lino stock and tobacco farm. Good mile. New barn and plenty of tohouse. $18,000. bacco land, and a bargain at $100 per ncre. No. 57. 09 aero farm, with now bungalow, basement nnd furnace. 2 No. 300. 112 acres on Dixlo highway nnd i milo from R. R. station. barns; ovist all tho land in grass and "Blue Grass." V6 milo from Plenty of water; good tobacco land: piko nod 13 miles from Cincinnati. splendid house; two lino barns. At n prico of $10,000. near the noted Carlsbad Springs, Grant County. On thn marNo. 80. 200 aero farm. 7 miles ket for 30 days at $10,000. from Covington. Mostly nil inBluo Grass. Large barn with basement; No. 75. 101 ncres on good pike nnd old brick nnd frame hotiso; lino R. R. station. close lo Good house stock and tobacco farm. H milo and barn. The whole thing in the from Krlnnger and Southern R. R. Blue Grass. Fine tobacco land nnd .station. This farm goes nl $10,000, no bettor "buy" in Kentucky whilo or in two tracts of 100 nores each. tobacco is so high. $125 per ncre. Wo havo n large list of farms nnd No. 321. 200 acres in Boone twn property and aro constantly County, Ky. Near churches and changing. Wo invito thoso who aro school. On model road and only 12 in the market for pood farms to miles from tho heart of Cincinnati, come to our county before buying the best market In the U. S. 7 miles elsewhere. Pleaso do not forget us. R. R. and car line. Fine Wii iiwmiI nil Inflllia ti'illi pnhl'nvnniiA res,, I, ee balls am porches, base- , sh(m. ,)ro),rt froe of menl, bath and toiloL 3 good B- , ,.H u, yotl. Cal, Us up or ca al rm,i lenant houses Blacksmith our oince (Tho ,tank & shop. 3 pood bams, silo, ice hous. Trnsl Co D(Jff) granary, stables and cribs. Garage. 0mt, ,'0 WMm, Kv., by two Hen house m k bouse, etc. r!lnroal8 nm, Dlxlo mma?: We orchard, oll uatored ami fenced. 20 ,,, wnllJllK rP ymi. 0n This farm lays level ta gently roll- tmn Cincinnati, and land is cheaper hip: all of it can be farmed with , ..where. u aeuir. .o rnisnes, .siumps or rocks Send for List. lo iioiuer. ah in good grass except Tho Powors Roal Estato Company, 0 or 8 acres; and all in high state . Walton, Kentucky props! of cultivation. Will prow anv that good nvillior earth will prow. Piano Playing. Worth $200 per acre, but can be hnd No Instrument lias such a vast litfor a short while at $125 per acre. erature, tlx rich nnd voluminous, ns ..... i t!l, ttlnrin ,i,ul itw.r.. I. No. 82. mvj acres. V, i'"K nml . s,u,l"iB It than tiny other town in IW.nn finiinlv KV n iiiiruuu-m- . Z renxon : inu Hint, in Hplte pike; churches nnd school only of Its popularity there are only tew mile. Fine brick with j who piny it well nml nrtlKtlcully Is halls nnd porches nnd furnaco. ! hat the majority of MMte ciiiixluVr tenant house. Necessary out build- - ,1"n" Phiylng mure ns n mcuns of plwiwiit ilivewlon " inps; plenty of fruit; well watered. Ihnn us n meil lum with which It Is Good land for any crop. 2 line , w bams. Line anil cross fence woven iBf, nn,i ,i,c highest in urt. No. 102. 88 ncres. Sll-uat- ed m ,;,,,,, ro .,. ,,, ,,"'","'t ,,,, ct an education Liberty Loan Mother Goose SAVE WATER! IMPORTANT NOTICE TO WATER PATRONS TX) meet legitimate domestic require-merits, water must not be used for sprinkling purposes, nor for building operations until further notice. x If it is impossible for any young man or young woman to bo in school tho full year, by all means they should enter for a course during tho winter and spring terms. The public schools will close about Cliristmas and tho teachers and advanced pupils should not he idle through tho long winter months but should be studying in Berea where the best education can be gotten for least money. Applicants must bring or send a testimonial showing that they an above 15 years old, in good health and of good character. This may b signed by some former Berea student in good standing or some reliabli teacher or neighbor. The use of tobacco is strictly forbidden. For information or friendly advice write to the Secretary, CAUTION! Use Water Sparingly Do Not Waste It MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Ky. "' Berea College Hospital Best Equipment and Service at Lowest Cost. Wards for Men and for Women, Private Rooms, Baths, Electric Service. Sun-parlo- WHERE water is used for sprinkling, allowed to run, or where water fixtures are not kept in good order, the waterworks will exctcise its right to discontinue supply forthwith and without further notice. ' A Lh How Many Sailors iviaKC be pt'pful, all be fast, mis loan jump over tiic lasu Berea College In Surgery, Care in (Tl Antrim Action of rmJtntinl Cominlttv 20, 1818. Eye Treatment, Nose and Ear, General Practice Child-birt- h, What Liberty Bonds Are Bonds aro promises Br HOWARD E. WAY Cuttuilun uf l'rvpcrtiet Phone In cat of troubls TOWN 194, COLLEGE 16 Come in and visit an establishment, which is a friend in need, and in reach of all the people. Robert H. Cowley, M.D., Physician Mr. Anna Powell Hackett, Superintendent What aro Liberty Bonds T Liberty of the United To supply a sailor with a single on States Government to pay money at a of each of the soreral articles of future dato with Interest; for ox am pie, bond Is a clothing he is obliged to have costs a $S0 Third Liberty 4Vl promise to pay the bearer 50 on Bopt. brings his entire outfit to 16, 1928, with Interost In tho meantime 168.70. This not far from tho prtoo of ono f 100 Lib- at 4Vi, I. e., 12.12 por year or $1.04 erty Bond. on every March IS and September U Buy UaiiTTYl until tho bond U paid. Will You OutFtt? Get to Berea Right Off with $30 for Fint Paymentc, aid $70 More ia Reach for 5 Half-Ter- m Installments. September 20, tOtfl TUB CITIZEN Pago Seven Wfc accepted this war for a worthy object -and the war will end when that object is attained. Under God, I hope it will not end until that time ! Abraham Lincoln, June 16,1864. 4 Until that object is attained this war must be financed, in part by bonds and in part by taxation. A Fourth Liberty Bond may be the possession of every proud citizen. He will have the fortunate distinction of having placed a part of his means at the service of his 1 ...!. : i 1 therefor a Liberty Bond, the best investment on earth. country and will receive Don't Delay Buy Today At Any Bank This Space Contributed., to Winning the War by 1 "4 The Berea National Bank Pago Eight. THE CITIZEN Shepherd, on September Glli. Misi Zona Mlakc is visiting relatives In IHPIOVED UNirOlM INTERNATIONAL Ohio. Several from this placo attended (he fair nt Mond, Jackson County. Mrs. Lucinda Duff has come to spend the winter with her daughter, Mrs. Lizzlo Thomas. Kash McCollum has gone lo Crcss-moto visit his mother. Hob Wil(Dy REV. I'. n. FITZWATKIl, D. D.. son moved in tlio houso vacated by Teacher of Kngllah lllble In the Moody Illble Inatltute of Chicago.) Mrs. Eliza McCollum. Hert Mooro uu. Western Newspaper is selling out, preparing lo move lo (CopjrriRht, Union.) Ohio. Scovlllo LESSON FOR OCTOBER 6 Scovllle, Sept. 20. Misses Mary Campbell, Fannie Rowland, Florenco ABRAM LEAVING HOME. Mainoiis, and Nelllo Neeley spont 12:1-ala LESSON tho week-en- d with Miss , Arcio OOLDKN TKXT-l- le thou ft blesslnir- .Hughes, nt Ida May. Misses Vir- ueneala 12:1. 11; ginia nnd Ethel McPhcrson nnd DEVOTIONAL, KEADINO-Htbre- wi MO. Mnud Wilson and Edna Jlidd went ADDITIONAL, MATERIAL, POIt fs"knTiwn Soplombor 20, ns the f rleliiT oT7JoT7Jnmes 1018 East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else No LETTER FROM PROF. DODOE (Continued from P"B 2:23). Hi) SONMYSCIIOOL cnrmpondrnra publUhcd unlnt .lutml In full by the writer. The name It not for publication, but M an erldrnce of food faith. Write plainly. nt Lesson JACKSON COUNTY Tho hall it never hurt anything storm did us very much damage McKco Tliero will Several from Wednesday evening. MoKcc, Sept. bo prayer meeting at Fair View tlio MoKco attended Fair, Sylvia Maker and Ver- church ovcry Saturday night at non Fowler are very sick with 7:30. Wo hope a largo crowd will Mr. and Mrs. Will Rich mumps. Mrs. D. 11. Maker lias pur attend. Lynch tho house-an- received a telegram ono day last chased of James lot on Mills Mranch near town, wnnk that their son. Troy, who Is which was formerly owned by Ilov. now in Franco was mortally wound Isaac Mcsslor. Tliero were 10 ap cd Fannio McCluro of this 'placo plicants for teachers' certificates in was visiting friends at Merea Satur to ,Mond yesterday lo visit their tho examination last Friday and Sat day. Mrs. Jas. Meldon and littlo aunt, 'Mrs. Owen Conch, and to aturday. Eight won certillcalcs and sons, Russell nnd David, from Paris, tend tho Mond Fair. Miss Elizabeth tw0 failed. Five of this number Ky., aro visiting parents at Moono Scovllle and her niece, Miss Lucy Miss Hilda Jones, nro visiting tholr homo folks were already teaching, leaving only and Snyder this week. three availablo teachers to supply Chandler, of Moono, was visiting her at London nnd Atlanta. Ky. Miss vacant schools SupL II., F. Minter friend, Miss Mollio Woodall, at Ho Oerlrudo Miller, of Middletown, 0., is visiting relatives nt this place mado a business trip to Merea last rea, Saturday and Sunday. Clarence Hale and Misses Cyntha and week. Mrs. Mary Littlo is visiting Mae Hale and Gertrudo Miller spent relatives in Ohio. While attending GARRARD COUNTY lkmd-Ann-vil- lo TKXT-Gene- TEACIIEIIS-Qene11:8-1- ala 11:17-1- !: Hebrewi 1. Abraham". Call (v. 1). purchased a horso and buggy from Mr. Taylor of Merea. Miss Mollie Peters of Tyncr visited Mrs. II. F. Minter, Saturday afternoon. Miss Semoyn now has charge of tho girls" dormitory at tho McKcc Academy. Miss Anna Powell, who is teaching school at Sand Gap, called on some of her friends in McK.cc, Sunday, whilo on her way home from the fair. She reports a very successful Moonlight School at Sand Gap. Also, a branch chapter of the lied Cross has been organized at that place Sanford Lainhart, who has been in Illinois for some time, came home last Saturday for a short the fair last Friday, John Farmer Lancaster A flno re Lancaster, S'epL 19. vival is in progress at tho Christian Mrs. Adolph Joseph, of church. Louisville, was the guest of Mrs. Scrgl. Elizabeth Joseph last week Men Woods, of Camp Taylor, was in town from Saturday until Monday. The following boys left Thurs day for Lexington to study in tho mechanical school: Richard Lackey, Howard Wearren, Newell Ham, Wallaco Cotton, Zack Hester, and Coleman Sanders Dalton Rich. and two of Judge Stapp's boys entered the college in Lexington Monday. Prof. Mooth, of tho Richmond E. K. S. N., was visiting schools in this county Wednesday. Bryantsville Hryantsville, Sept, 20. Tho school hero opened Monday morning with Rev. Conant, a line attendance; teacher, of the High School; Miss Ruble and Miss Dowden, tho grade The Rev. Dawes is conteachers. ducting a revival at the Fork Mrs. Hryant was a Dan-vil- lo church. Mr. and visitor Thursday. Mrs. Floyd Curtis were in Danvillo Grove. Clayton Rowland spent Monday night with J. S. Rowland, nt Major. Chester Mainoiis and family, of Al'Plachia, Va, aro visiting his father and relatives at this place. Lester Rowland, who is employed at Jeffersonvillc, Ind., was tlio guest of J. W. Rowland, Wed ncsday. The proceeds from tho pie I Saturday night nnd Sunday at their undo Jonas Rowland's, of Pino " visit. Hugh Hugh, Sept. 23. Jack Frost has visited us once again, Sunday morning, September 22, there was some Making sorghum and cut much. ting tobacco aro the chief occupa Whooping cough tion hero now. is not much better; somo casos arc M. G. Abrams and children, worse. Martio and Gertrude, were called home on account of tho baby being very bad with whooping cough. Dr, Hobinson was called to see it Friday night, and now it's some better, Mamie Jones, of Laurel County, was visiting his uncle picro last Sunday night. There was a baby born to Mr. and Mrs. Grovcr Cates Rev. Van Winkle last work. preached at Durham nidge lat SatJoo Alurday night and Sunday. exander and daughter, Katie, arrive home from Iowa last Monday. Green Hall The first Green Hall. Sept. 23. frost of tho season camo Friday night and was followed by another Saturday night. It did but little Sorghum making and damage. fodder saving is tho farmer's chief Mrs. .1. Wiloccupation just now. son wont to the Hed Mini Association, starling Wednesday and reluming Monday. Reuben Hughes returned from Louisville Thursday, spending Wednesday night with Wendell McCollum in Lexington. fair was well atTho tended by Green Hall Citizens. The following persons were in attendance: Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Evans, Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Mowles, Mr. and Airs. F. F. McCollum. Messrs. Hcbcr Spence, Reuben Fred Wilson. Hughes, and Misses Graro and Ollio Strong, Dahlia Hughes, Levada Tho foland Eva Pierson. lowing persons living at Green Hall were prize winners at tho fair: Mr. old maro R. E. Evans, best two-yecolt; Mr. J. E. Wilson, best Holstein male and heifer; Mrs. C. A. Creech, best rag rug; Mrs. Charlotte best wool blanket and coverlet; Mrs. E. E. McCollum, best homo-wovMiss Mary rounlerpane. Jane Venablo is planning on entering school at Merea soon. Mr. and Mrs. John Galibard kept house for Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Evans whilo they attended tho Mond-Annvil- lo Hol-hrook ar Hol-broen Mond-Annvillo frost but it didn't hurt anything Thursday. CLAY COUNTY School were and William from East Hemstadt and Corbin, where they have been visiting their brothers nndHio Jailer's daughters? .Mr. and Mrs. Emory Mnupin re turned to their home nl South J.eb- anon, 0., today. Several people of this place attended the Odd Fellow's Picnic at Travelers Rest last Salur- day. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Mainous,' of Vincent, were tho guest of their, Mrs. Gainer Winn, Inst There are n few cases of whooping cough in this vicinity. The Muck Creek Graded School was closed this week, also next, on account of sorghum making and fodder pulling. TBuy i'n ui V ; i viaiiinij 22.10. Messrs. Robert Mond have returned Vine .. Vine, Sept. 21. Farmers are very busy saving fodder and making moR. L. Hurley is still imlasses. proving. The flux has about died Mr. and out in this community. Mrs. Henry Pennington attended church at Saddler last Sunday. Mrs. Susan Harris, of Ohio, is visSeviting relatives at this place. eral from this placo attended the Mrs. Polly fair at Mond this week. Pennington, aged 51 years, died at her homo September 12 of flux and other diseases. She was1 a most devoted mother, and loved by all who knew her. She was a member of the Sho leaves a Christian Church. husband, six sons, three daughters and a host of relatives and friends to mourn her loss. All was dono that loving hands could do but God knew best and called her home, where tliero is no sorrow, pain or death. Her remains were laid to rest by the O. E. S. of the Martha Clark Chapter, No. 201, in tho cemetery near her home. The bereaved ones have the sympathy of the community. Malcom Malcom, Libcrty"Bonds MADISON COUNTY Sept. 21. We arc en- joying very pleasant weather at prevnt. Thero is quite a lot of sickness in this neighborhood. John L. Pennington, Jr., has returned from Hamilton, O., where ho has been employed for some time. Littlo J. II. Pennington, who has Tho Rov. Wil flux, is improving. son Williams, of Harlan Town, has been visiting his niece, Mrs. Eliza nrowning, and also attended tho annual meeting held at Mt. Olivet last Mrs. Martha Evcrsolo of week. Ionia spent Saturday night with Many of Mrs. Mattio Pennington. our bravo boys aro being called to "tho colors." Wo regret to part with them, but feel very proud of them. OWSLEY COUNTY fair. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY ' Conway Conkling Conway, Sept. 21. Aunt Sally Wo had a Conkling, Sept. 21. real heavy frost and frozen dow In Morse, aged 90 years, died, at tho this, community Sattirday night, but homo of her daughter, Mrs. Riley tobacco, corn and lal3 vegetable crops just attain ing lo maturity, when lo, down camo tho frost, "tho clear cold frost, as falls the plague on men." Tho leaves blushed crimson at his icy ardent embrace; the corn became pallid from fright; the tobacco wilted on the stalk (if possibles for tobacco lo bo abashed; and tho poor beans and sweet potato vines black with astonishment. Lot us not murmcr if our losses seem irreparable, it is ungrateful and useless to lament over weather conditions. They could not happen unless it were God'3 will. It is a test of faith, so accept it as inevitable. "Patience and resignation are the pillars of human peace on earth.". Dr. Wcidlcr, of Merea College, accompanied by Mrs. Weidlcr, Miss Childs and Miss Miller, of the Academy Department of Merea College, were welcome visitors at Mine Lick church, Sunday. The lino exposition of tho Sunday- school lesson and the inspiring sermon by Dr. Weidler wcro by no means "wasted on tho desert air," oveji tlio tho attendance was slim. We were mado to realize that tho speaker was in possession of great power which is at tho bottom of every great character. Tho soul of God is passed into tho world thru tho thots of such men, which accounts for the sourco of their power. Mr. Weidler emphasized tho inestimable blessing of tho observanco of tlio Sabbath day, interposed as it is between tho waves of worldly cares like tho green oasis, tho still waters, and grassy meadows, refreshing man mentally, morally and spiritually. Mr. a'nd Mrs. Carl Hunt of Merea, and littlo daughter, Helen, wero visitors, at llio homo of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Flancry Saturday night. Raymond Isaacs, a former student of Merea, is visiting friends in this section. Ray Mninous nnd wifo visited nt tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Flancry near Kingston, Sunday. Mr. Yager, Mrs. Flanery's father, is sinking rapidly. They bcliovo tho end is near. ' Mine Lick, Sept. 23. Blue Lick , (3) In tho futuro lime when the And so when ho renched my bed Jews shnll bo Ood mlsslonnrles In The General mado a stand; cnrrylng tho good tidings of the Gospel "My brave young fellow.'V ho said, to the ends of the enrth. "I would shake your hanoVi III. Abram'a Obedience (w. Abram nt onco departed out of his So I lifted my nrm, tho right, own Innd. He proved his fnlth by his With never a hand at nil; works. He did not nrguo or parley. stump, a sight Neither did he demand some guaran- Only a Fit to appal. tee, but stepped out upon God's naked word. There were difficulties In his "Well, well. Now lhat'9 too had! wny, but fnlth In Ood made him brave, That's sorrowful luck," ho said; When kindred faith In God gives victory over tho und possessions Btnnd In the way of world. Ho worshiped Ood. To go "'Mut there! You give me. my Ind, The left instead." lovo nnd service to Christ, one must Into a heathen land nnd estnbllsh true renounce them (Mntthcw 10:37). worship, requires n courageous faith. I raised and showed him the other, 2, A cnll to heroic tnsks. For Abrnm A snag as ugly and grim to go Into n strange land nnd tnke Secret In Our Heart As its ugly brother. We talk nbout searching our hearts. of It for God cnlled for the heroic In him. It costs much to live We ennnot do It. Whnt we wnnt Is to the life of separation, but It Is the only have Ood senrch them . . . nnd bring Ho looked nt each jagged wrist; lie looked, but ho did not speak; way to hnve God's favor. Those who out the hidden things, tho secret things nro children of fnlthful Abrnm must that cluster there. D. L. Moody. And then ho bent down nnd kissed trust God. Mo on cither check. Testament for Soldiers. II. God'a Promlte to Abram (w. 2:3), I nm glnd to sen thnt every mnn In You wonder how I don't mind I hadn't a hand to offer. the nmiy Is to have a testnment. Its God's demnnd for sepnrntlon wns teachings will fortify us for our tnsk. They tell me (you know, I'm blind;, ,ow'ed by n seven-folpromise Pershing. clous nKaKcment on the pnrt of Ood Twns Grand-p- a Joffre. to communicate certnln unmerited fa Who hns deceived thee so often as vors nnd to confer blessings upon him. thyself? 1. "I will make of thee n great naLabor. tion." (v. 2.). This In some menure Lnbor Is the grand conqueror, encompensated for the loss of his counriching nnd building up nations more -- BwUbTriy Bond? try. He escnped from the defiling Insurely thnn the proudest battles. fluences of his own nation, nnd becamo t'hiinnlne. tho bend of n chosen nntlon. This wns fulfilled In n natural way In the Jewish nation nnd In Ishmnel (On. 17:20), SMART PEOPLE BUY DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS -flll In ,1 U.lltl,l.ll ..!.. I. . I. .,( ' initio mull Jews nnd Gentiles (Gnhitlnns 3:7-8FROM 2. "I will bless thee" (v. 2). This wns fulfilled (1) Temporally (Gen, He wns enriched with lands nnd cattle, silver nnd gold. (2) Splrltunlly (Gen. 15:0; John 8:fifi). Ho wns freely Justified on the grounds of his faith. The rlsliteousness of Christ THERE IS A REASON wns imputed to him. 3. "And mnke thy name great" (v, 2). He renounced his father's house, nnd RICHMOND KENTUCKY became the hend of n new house which wou'd bo venerated far mid wide. lie Obe-dlcn). Tho new crn lniiiiKuroted with Noah nt Its hend ended In n colossal failure. In view of such failure God turned aside from the nation ns micli. nnd mil ed Alirntn out from Ills kindred nnd Innd, nnd placed him nt the hend jif n new nation which he would train for himself. This call Involved: 1. A cnll to separation. He was to lenvo tho place of his fond ns.socln Hons for n Innd unknown to hltn. to this command meant the Sev ern rice of three ties. (1) "Ills country In the widest range of his affection. (2) His plnce of birth nnd kindred, which comes closer to his henrt. (3) His fnther's house, ns the Inmost circle of nil ten dcr emotions... All this must bo cast BPt nlm lnt0 ?5 bc.foro the Uml er. (v. 2). It wns a grent thing lo ho thus honored nnd blessed by God, but to be the medium of blessings hi others wns greater Mill. It Is more blessed to give than to receive. B. "I will bless them Hint bless thee" (v. 3). Ood so Identified himself with his servnnt that he regarded treatment of Abrnm ns trentment of himself. Christ so completely Identifies himself with bis people that bo reenrds wrons done to them ns dono to himself. Since ho wns God's friend, God regnrded nets Informed townrd Abrnm ns performed townrd himself. In nil nges since then tlio nntlons ond Individuals Hint hnve nsed the Jew well hnve been blessed. a"And curse hltn that curseth thee" (v. 3). The nntlons Hint hnve been ngnlnst the Jews hnve never prospered. While God nt different times used tlio surrounding nntlons " ns scourges of Israel, he In turn punished them for their mistreatment of Israel. 7. "In theo shnll nil fnmllles of tho enrth be blessed" (v. 3). This tins been fulfilled (1) In the Jewish nntlon being mnde the repository of the Oracles of Ood. Through them tho Mlhle hns been given to tho world. (2) The bringing Intb tho world of the Redeem 4. "Thou idmlt be a blessing" years, provlohs lo our marrlago. To tlio energetic and successful Principal, Noblo Hill, tho writer was privileged to present Korea's diploma, In tho enrly !0s. At this placo wo wero permitted to hnvo nnolhcr visit wllli our Mrs. E. E. Rogers, by so itvmy, In various stales. Somo others whom it was n Joy to see were Miss Carol Hill, Miss Anna! Dickinson, Miss Eschbnch, Miss Sybil Hendricks, an efficient Merea leacher of somo years ago, anil hor sister, Mrs. Judge Smiley, who sojourned in Merea for several weokg. At this point I must turn from history to anticipation, nnd merely allude lo the delighUomo tlmo xvliirh it requires no prophetic to predict that wo shall havo, at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Fee, ono the son of tho hcroio John G. Fee, tho other n successful music teacher of years ago. ed L. V. Dodgo GRAND-PER- E JOFFRE r cm pos-sossl- J ). OWEN McKEE . PUBLIC SALE I will sell at public auction my farm of 100 acres, cated one mile west of Wallaceton, Ky., on lo- Tuesday, Oct 9, 1918 11:00 O'clock A. M. This farm at present has 30 acres in grass and balance in cultivated crops. It contains a good house, barn and ''and a good apple orchard. necessary out-buildin- gs, TERMS: The farm will be sold for balance to suit the purchaser. one-ha- lf cash, the At the same time I will sell the following: 4 Head of Horses N 12 Head of Cattle Farming Implements 19 Head of Hogs Household Goods Save Wheat for Our Soldiers Good Light Bread and Biscuit can be made from POTTS1 RYE FLOUR Order'a'sackfrom your Grocer and be Convinced 4.. LIBERT vBONDSy BUY Terms for stock, etc., will be made known on day of sale. J. C. MORGAN W. T. KING, Auctioneer Paint Lick, Ky., R.F.D. 3