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Citizen (Berea, Ky.): October 3, 1918 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1918 cit1918100301_sn85052076 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Citizen (Berea, Ky.): October 3, 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 I3EUEA MEW E A COLLEGE KY OFFICE BEREA PUBLISHING CO. f (INCORPORATED) WM. G. FROST, EJitorJn-CW.- Knttrtd at thi lntnfflm at lttrrn, elan mntl'mnltrr Ky., at trnmH TDevoted to tine Five Cents Per Copy. The Citizen Interests tlxe EoTontgLin BERKA, MADISON COUNTY. KENTUCKY, OCTOBER 3, 1018. Ono Dollar and Vol. XX. People Knowlcdgo is Power and Ihe way lo keep up wllh modem Knowledgo Is lo read a good Nowspnpcr. Fifty Cents Per Year. No. li. Who Are Americans? Who are Americans? Wc whose ancestors landed at Plymouth Rock. We whose great grandfathers came to Old Virginia. But what about the people who come to America now-a-days? Kentucky News "As goes Mnino in September so goes tbo country In November," hns belli good for ilfly years. Tbo recent election in tlio Pino Tree, OCTOBER 12 WILL BE LIBERTY DAY ' Certainly it is good to know that many of them came for the same reason to escape the evil conditions of the old world, and to find and to guard Liberty. Many of these foreign born have enlisted in the American army, and already we see many foreign names in the lists of killed and wounded. Whoever stands for fairness and equal rights and the love of God is an American. Let us be glad there are so many. stale gavo tbo largest Ilepnblican majority in recent years. There are more than 250,000 Democratic voters in Kentucky, but only 13 of them voted to nominate Mr. Stanley for United Slates senator. Governor Stanley says, referring to the liquor issue, there is no Use quarreling over a corpse. Hut Gov- -' ernor, you smell so strong of the corpse. Having given millions of their aons'nnd billions of their money lo support the war, Republicans aro told they must vole the Democratic ticket to prove they are patriotic. Every voter in Kentucky who hopes to see the liquor business restored to its former freedom will volo for Stanley, and his election would be heralded throughout tbo country as n liquor victory. Dr. limner's election would not only bo accepted as a victory for the drys, another certain vote but would-adU the friends of prohibition in tbo United-SUitcsenate. d s COLUMBUS' MEMORY TO DE RE. CALLED IN LIBERTY LOAN RALLIES. Columbus Day, October 12th. will be Liberty Day this year. Tho United Stages government is nuking tho country to observe the anniversary of the discovery of America with a nationwide, rally for tho promotion of the Llbtrty Loan tho means of saving America today. Tho Treasury Department and the United States Bureau of Education are In this plan and suggestions are being mailed by tho Educational Department to all of the schools of the country, giving programs for an approprlato Harvest Homo Festival to be held on that day. L. B. Franklin, director of the National War Loan organization. In a letter to Governor Fancher of the Fourth District Federal Reserve Bank says In regard to this: "Tho two central Ideas the discovery of our country and tho Harvest Home Festival are so simple and yet so significant that every community will be able to adapt them to local conditions and express them ef- Hindenburg Main Defenses Tottering YANKS PIERCE HUN LINE ON 10-MI- LE World News The soldiers arc ablo lt scctiro fresh vegetables in Franco because they have been plouijjiing up tho ground around the camps and making their own gardens. Thousands of tons of fresh food aro available in this way nnii it helps to Incrcaso the health of the army ns well as to keep them pleasantly occupied while cultivating tho gardens. FRONT Berea Provides Students "Shows" As for years past Keren College proposes to Americans Break Through Subsidiary Defenses Behind Hindenburg Line. BELGIANS GAIN IN DRIVE provide the recreations which its students need, and not allow them to patronize entertainments that outside parties bring in for life sake of making money. No student is allowed to etlter any restaurant or eating house. Fruit and other eatables are furnished at lowest prices attheStudents' Cooperative Store. And so of moving pictures and other "shows." The -- College provides sitch sh,6ws of the best kind in the College Chapel on Wednesday and Friday nights. The Friday night exhibition will give a war film every week. The Wednesday night exhibition will often, be extended from 6:45 to 8 o'clock. . Two Or three times a term, for special occasions, a five cents admission fee will be required on Wednesday night. Otherwise these exhibitions will be entirely free to all students and citizens who apply for tickets to Secretary Vaughn. fectively." "There Is a logical .unity between both of these Ideas and the Liberty Loan," ho said further. "When the peofflo of a community recount tho fruits of their summer's labor they will naturally ask themselves what share of them they ought to Invest In Temper- -; Liberty Bonds. When they come The Woman's Christian to ance Union closed its annual con- -i reallzo what the discovery of America vention in Louisville Monday. In) has meant to them personally, what It thi! recommendations of the Exccu- -j hjis. meant. foc.Jhecauseiiffreedom A Red Letter Day The most nuspic.ioiia occnsion for Borea, since America entered the was Tuesday, tho great world-wa- r, llrsl day of October. Two great evnts happening nU the same time brought thousands, of peoplo hum the (own and surrounding communities, as well asill tho student body from tho College- The hetfinniiiij of our Student's Army, with tho nosing of the American Hag. wis of vital inlerejU ttllio College. While the groat war trophy train at Uu 'lUtion was of great interest to both Collogo and town. Promptly at 0:86 a.m. the trnlu into the station, where the target crowd eer simmi at the du put, sno thi' crowd that greeted Colonel Roosevelt, was waiting. After twenty minutes of speaking, (be local committee, aided by tho travelling Liberty Bond Boosters, started the sale of Liberty Bonds. The sale went willi a rsh. Some llflios, hundred, live hundreds) thousands, and even llvo thousand dollar bonds were sold. The enthusiasm was so great, and tho patriotism ran high, that nearly S25.0IKI worth f bonds were taken in less than ih hour. lie run fins always gone oer the top in every undertaking, and wo predict that she will go ovor tho top in the Fourth Liberty Loan Campaign. $ s rpnH Tho allies, under command of General Foch, aro striking decisive blows on every critical point of the British Forces Begin Offensive In western front and new fronts in tho Balkans and in Russia aro rapidly Flanders and Advance Two and gaining strength. Tho English aro Miles Takes Town of Arleux. in reach of Cambrai, an important railroad center, the French aro London, Sept. 10. The Americans have broken through the subsidiary de- nboul lo recover tbo famous ridgo fenses behind the Hindenburg line on of hills called tho "Chemin dc3 the front between Dannevouz Dames," and Ihe Americans aro adand Ecllsfontnlne, northwest of Ver-nu- vancing along the Mouse river. according to battle front dispatches received here. Between Russia is gradually recovering and Montbltilnvllle (a front of nnd a "most important gain is tho nbout ten miles) the Americans nre plan for the meeting of a Constituwithin n mile of the heads of the en- emy's three standard-gaugrailways. ent assembly which will represent They have captured scores of miles all parts of Russia and all classes of the Russian people. Tho Bolshevik! i light rnllwnys. are lighting hard to retain control British Capture Arleux. ISrltlsh Headquarters In France, and aro killing lo such an extent as Sept. :i0. Field Marshal Halg's forces to make it a reign of terror, but itptured the town of Arlvur, Ave they are losing their hold every miles southeast of Donnl. day. lielglnns have gained three) miles In are still progresstheir offenslve-o- nd President Wilson made a short ing. and forceful reply to Austria's reBritish Win More Towns. quest for a conference to discuss I'nrls. Sept. 30. llrltlsh forces the buttle before Cambral at terms of peace. It was practically ctaybrenk, accoidlng to news received a flat refusal. A recent address in here. They are reported to have cap- New York still further defined his tured the village of position ns meaning that the U. S. Cantnlng, Novelles and Sallly. would not parley with countries . Germans Fight Desperately. that would not keep faith, and that With the American Army Northwest nothing bul unconditional surrenot Verdun. Sept. 30. With their backs to the outer edge of the Hrunhllde der would be acceptable lo tho AlPne. the Germans are righting desper- lies. He speaks for the allies as a ately In an endeavor to bring the whole. American advance to a definite halt. The Germans nre Increasing the volA recent plea for clothing to meet ume of their fire nnd Indicating anew tho needs of the Belgians for tho tmilr determination to resist to the winter, places the amount at llvo utmost. thousand tons. .The plea has been The Anierlrnns nre using their nrtll-crfreely to break up the enemy's brought to the attention of tlo Oppositions. The Germans nre de- American people and the clothing pending upon machine gun fire at is being received by (he lied Cross every advanced point In their effort in largo quantities. If the great to check the Americans. piles that aro coining into every The line fought for runs through the town and village is any indication northern Argonne woods and enstwnrd, tho amount desired will bo easily along a line paralleling the road to n point near secured. Ivolry, and thence northeasterly. The Germans are massed In the Clerges The jirogress made by Japan in woods and In the F.mont woods. democracy during the war has been Belgian Army Hits In Flanders. very great. Tho first Japa'neso Paris, Sept. HO. llrltlsh forces regovernment was modeled after tho sumed the battle before Cambral at daybreak, according to news received German hut a gradual change has here. They nre reported to have cap- been going on for many years. The tured the villages of radical change may bo seen in tho Cantnlng, Noyelles and Sallly. opening of a girls' college near To-ki- o, HalgTakes Four Towns. recently. This is tho first to London, Sept. 30. llrltlsh forces exist in Japan nnd ushers in a now have begun operations In Flanders In day both for women and for tho conjunction with the Itelglnn army. whole social conditions of the Emtroops pushed through Canadian ' pire. 1 One-Half ton-mil- e Nun-tillne 1 Fontnlne-Notre-Diiuy Fontnlne-Notre-Dame, Hnynecourt Doual-Cambra- l and have road. reached tho CONTENTS PAGE 1. Editorials. World News; home, and Wo miss it very much their lives for liberty in Franco if j aro for Slanloy. With which Stato Nows. Tho Spirit of W. when wo don't get it. a 101 ni lanaucs nun cranus aro al- will you vote? lowed to deprive Americans of libYours llespectfully, Y..M.C.A. PAGE 3. School Nows lie is not a wiso Democrat who Luther McCollum. erty at home." "These fanatics are Notes. lied Cross Grenades. worse tyrants than the Kaisor, and does tho Democratic party bigger fools," was bis parting shot. would Iju many thousand votes PAGE 3. Serial Story Honor Boll. stronger in Kentucky with Stanloy PAGE 4. Locals. Advertising. 'Squire J. F. Modeeso living ton defeated than with Stanley elected. buy miles east of Hickman, and a Mr. PAGE S. Honor Hull. A united, not a divided country woro Morohoad, of Crutchneld, PAGE C. Farm nnd Homo Departtried in Fulton by tbo Fulton County is needed lo win tho war, and tho ments. , WUiVf' Council uf Defense on a charge of candidalo who would, for no hotter IK)NDS mil having done their pari in buy- reason Minn partisan advantage, sow 7. PAGE S. S. LossonHSoI'llcrs' ing Liberty Bonds, stamps, etc., and seeds of discord in tho mind of his Letters. 1-- Great Homo Coining. were found guilty by the counoll countrymen is giving aid and comPAGE 8. Kastorn Kentucky Nows. and barred from all trade of all fort to (Jul enemy. not-knoj The statement rends: "At 5:30 o'clock In the morning French troops continued the attack I I The Spirit of '76 in Our Foreign Population "They are Americans by Choice" Picture from nnd took possession of the village, of Somme-l'y- . The Survey, drawn by Joseph Stella They also captured the heights north of We took additional prisoners ..and capguns. The battle conState Convention in Richmond live Committee, a "sniokeless day" and democracy, what It" will" mean for tured several was suggested to tbo rtnious of tho the salvation of the world In the pres- tinues. text of The the omcial statement The State Convention of tbo State. On this day, which was des- ent world tragedy, when they begin to reads : feel all this, they munt of necessity Christian Church in Kentucky is ignated ns. the second Friday in No- say, "Our nttack on the Cambral front this la' worth Investing In, worth now in session at Itjchmoud, with vember, tbo W. C. T. U. members fighting for, worth making any was pressed without relaxation until a Into hour. Further progress was made tho largest nttendanco in its history. aro asked to urge tho men lo obIn the evening, more especially on the Every department oftho churchy is serve a "smokeless day," tho funds (Continued on Page Elgnt) northern portion of the battle front, well represented, and tho reports saved from such sacrillce to bo givkinds in tho county or elsewhere, nnd additional prisoners and guns show encouraging gPuwlh along all en to the Belgian orphans. were captured. not being allowed to sell anything lines of church activity. "Troops of tho Sixth and SevenGovernor Stanley's opinion of tho or buy anything, to ship anything teenth corps continued to make good THIS MAN LIKES THE QITIZEN prohibitionists, expressed as Into as out or get anything in. progress on the front between The llerea Citizen. ridge and Ilourlon heights. March iH, ll)l8, in a speech delivThe Kentucky ministers aro for The Canadian division, passing beyond Dear Sirs: Wo look for Tho Citi- ered in Cincinnati, was, "There is HayneCourt, reached tho zen as wo look for a friend from little use of our hoys laying down limner; tho Kentucky saloon-keepe- rs Fontnlne-cn-DormoIse. Flea-qnlcrDoual-Cam-bri- Tho successes of tho English un- Gonernl Allnnliv- - in Pnloslinn becoming more signitlcant aro By a groat victory- -j each day. over the Turks the village of Nazareth was taken from them and .smiio of the finest of tho Turkish troops wero defeated. Tho effect of this is to discourago Germany's ally and also to encourago the movement toward independence already strong in some parts of tho Moslem Empire. ilnn v The vacancy in tho ambassadorship to England has been filled by the appointment to that position of John W. Davis. Mr. Davis is a cit izen of West Virginia, has represented that stato in Congress for many years, and is at present Solicitor General of tho U. S. Tho aproad at nightfall. pointment seems lo meet with much Prisoners to tho number of 10,000 have been captured by the llrltlsh In favor. It is of especial imporlanco their offensive in the Cambral areu, tiecauso of tho 'duties that 'will fall Field Marshal Ilalg annuunced In bis on tho representative to England at olllclal statement. Two hundred guns the close of war when tonus of were ttiken by the llrltlsh forces. pence aro discussed. French Capture Railway. Paris, Sept. 30. General Gouraud's A prospective poaco with Bulgaarmy In Its offensive la the Champagne, after capturing the Important ria is rccoiviug much notico in tho was re- papers of tho week. Such a request all way point of Sotnnie-l'y- , has been started by Bulgaria's sugported to lie still advancing. gestion for an armlstlco. Tho matter will recolvo attontlon only when Von Hertllng Quits, Report. a bona fldo movo is made to show London, Sept. 30. Count von Herttho genuineness of the desire. llng, the German Imperial chancellor, ' I 1 tiny resigned, according to a message (Continued on Page rive) October Fint Students Army Starts r ucclved by tho Central News ugency from The Hague. Pago Two THE CITIZEN October 3, 1018. Y. M. C A. NOTES They're all bueked up and as long Flying Squadron" of United as hey are that way, they will bo War Work Campaign shakers and Irroslsllble," wos Mr. Hangs COLLEGE DEPT. MOUNTAIN DAY to have one of our Vocational grad-Th- e are louring Kentucky dirt. "The easiest plaee Ih tlio to help train us. Collie Deportment wore the tltts week ami next to arouse, world to arouse a hearty laugh is f wr enthusiasm In t he big campaign Uio among the American troops Smith, iwoUw om OUs wrwn thy were allowed to Iwvt of Nov. III!., when Kentucky staUon! t w Mountain day. probably the last one honored boys who ramp Oflelhorpe. On. was hertlaU w" K "over the top" with f 1,770.-- uf for some time to come. On account a tills "Roddy" to Sing In Trance of We the S.A.T.C, the time of the young week. His visit was a rmxt ploas- Homer Rodehonver has gone to for- - Ml one for hte many friemls In his tional fund of 1,M0M00 for Army occupied as to will be teach Pershing's boys how to sing Prnettenlty old department. He was here last Rn" W welfare bid such occasions, "Brighten the Corner Whore You Depart- - winter in the Commercial Courso, I ho whole of the Golleee . , ee Are. Kseortlrtg his celebrated old Ma"in 1 .8, more ment enjoyed a day's olimfa ovor the and made a fin record. rhe Ameririin has trombone, wearing the Y.M.C.V. uniOtis Iws refused to be advanced bills, enjoyintr the fall beauties of 'irty-fliv- e hundred workers, form. Billy Sunday's chorus master Several U a commissioned oflker. nature. ,mrp "v" hundred of them bo- - will bo a soldier sonc leador for the he has been given such op- I times duration of the war. ",,u !Ul,,"s nortunity. Hut be says, "I navo '"if DEPARTMENT VOCATIONAL 'toddy" is to specialize in the 05 a can ami French soldiers In nearly Alvin Glasscock, who has boon in served my country '" centers thnraut one song he made especially famTraining Camp at Camp private, ami I expect to servo as a two thousand Olivers' France. ous, but plans to dispense other, Sheridan for some time, was a wel-- 1 private on our march to Berlin." successes, such as come vijtor to our Department, last Smokes for Soldiers "The Last Long' Mile" and "Good for Our two societies, Gibraltar week. He met with the boys and A recent order glvon by the YM.-&- Morning Mr. Zip Zip Zip I" told them of camp life in the most the boys and Vestalia for the girls, calls for shipment of 137.000 manner. "It does not take are bubbling over with enthusiasm, pleasing I Where Bullets are Dying college graduates to carry on this Did you not hear the rah. rah. rabs, tons of tobacco for overseas another Ilcv. Mandevllle J. Barker, late just and beautiful singing of the Ves-li- shipment calls for 000.000 cigars for war. altogether. It takos men you as much, or even more talia, just outside of Gibraltar hall, Americon soldiers In Franco. More rector of the Episcopalian church pounds of chocolate is in t'ntontnwn. Pa, has been coman. It takes men that have some- -' last Saturday evening? It shows than 030.000 something.1 we are living really alive. Then eaten by American soldiers in mended for valor by tho commandthing men who can do France every month, according to er of the brigade to which he is If you can farm, write shorthand, after Gibraltar bad finished their This represents attached as Y.M.C.A. worker, tho In tnlecrrnnbc. crniwl nrncram. niton L ninn o'clock iYM.G.A. figures. nnaixln i IvnmiTllnr .or keep books, your Undo Samuel the same evening, did you not hear an "Pditure of practically 1.000- news coming direct lo the National War Work Council of the Y.M.OA. " '"'" a response to Vestalia, with the nreds you. Will you stand back? """'V 5.000.000 cigars. 200 000.000 cigarets Major T. N. Vail, of Harrlsburg. Pa, Nol Your patriotism, your loyalty, same interost? And singing-w- ell, not hardlv so sweeL nosslblv. be- - and a ,nre "."anility of chewing was in command of the machine snonks ll louder than vour lins cause it was "Good Night Ladies." tobacco ,3 necessary to meet the ac- - pun detachment which went in adno!" l,,al "pnwn! per rnontli of the vance of the infantry in an attack on Thc above is just a sketch from All thisvshows we are living really American sohliers in France, accord- - positions at Glenncs. Captain John heart-to-hetalks' alive. the scver.il ld lo .M.OA. Post Exchange Wasres, of Scranlon, Pa, led a Dean Clark says: "Your ability whlch Alvin had with the boys. He group that got into some of tho which urcs them frankly that they might is measured by the manner in hottest places. Out in front of them expect-twork and work hard. "If you adapt yourself to new condi-- 1 Players Wear Gas Masks all toiled Mr. Barkor, working along I Baseball I know you lions. you can stand it-- and soldiers are wearing on hands and knees nnd finding nr.nU will mnko men of vnu" he1 Professor Balrd savs: "Raise nil1 American wnon lne P,a' baseball plenty of calls for his bandages and &s mask3 continued. "So cpL into it nnd mnk the food vnu can and then some overseas. Both players and spec- - dressings. He succoured Ameria man of yourself and a patriot for ' till V ors wcar P33 masks at a game re- - cans and "fiermans alike, nt'onc time your country.' Miss Dizncy says: Save all the .n.- - being within twenty yards of a .on omi ihnn cnmi( win cenuy arranged ny me .Army Mr. Glasscock will be back to trA Physical Directors in France. German outpost, hidden only by j CA. help train our men. We arc glad come in handy." They brought bats and balls by auto a slight rise in the ground. truck to the men in the front line Getting Up in the Morning in France. Count of the score was Getting up at 3 o'clock in tho British Capture 50,000 Turks. WILL BOND nmrninp was the toughest feature London. Capture by the llritlsh not kept, due to the scarcity of urmy of .'iO.(nxj prUoners and ing machines. of his job in Franve. declares Walguns (grand totals for the whole ler c Plank, a Y.M.OA. man, who GO "OVER THE operation) was rotillrined In an ofllrtnl QUeen Gels Khakj Testament has just returned to his home in dispatch received by the Wnr Office (, a yjkI. .leronvville. QuMn Alpxnn()rjn O, after ten months' T . . from r.eneral Sir Kdmund Allenhy. ,,ut ,n , 'onfon recently, and as serviro overseas. From other AFLAME LOAN, Austndlnt. tr.M,P,. the reim states FOR LIBERTY lime forced a cros-dnof the L'pperl?"e "ns t"'"g 'rom uie piace, sue sources, it is learned that mewl of IN NATION PEOPLE OVER TurkMi po- - noticed a pile of khaki Y.M.OA. tes- - the time Plank was in France he Jordan. cnpturlnK SCRAMBLE FOR BONDS. sltlons. Southeast of Ijke Tiberias, taments. Pic king up one. she in was in 'Y huts ami dupoul tinder around Irbld and Iil ISemte, Turkish quired the price When told it was almost incessant shell flro. Buthe resistance was broken and the Otlo-'shillinsr. slin smilinulv intimated feared the German Big Berthas les All Signs Point to Big Success For mans were ..nven w.rousn .Mezenu, 1p ,n(1 nn lnonfly. The attendant. than ho did his own Big Ben. Issue Many Cities Already Over,ne nni.sn con.umnyer mmounces. 1owevCPf begpP) ,,Pr lo accepl tl,8 "How I used to groan when the subscribe Quotas. Itonk as n pifl. and she carried it call come." says Plank, '"because I Western Newspaper Union News Service. home as a memento. Destruction of City of Moscow. never was an enrly bird by choice." Washington. London. If the Ilolsherlkl lire com-- ! All reports comlns But when I thot of Uiose younger Into the Treasury Department on the pelled to leave Moscow thoy will at- Direct Religious Work men soon to come in from their long the city and slauKh-- j Fourth Liberty bond sales indicate tempt to nis,,p Clnries H, JrPnU w)lo j3 nipht of trench duty. I jumped out that the new loan will he an even v of from under the oovers anil Into my preater success than the earlier ones. Hans orst In a letter to the IWrlln now the senior staff chaplain Few estimates on tlw sales Imve been Tapeblatt. The t;ennan writer snys lho American Expeditionary Forces, clothes and by the time they arreceived, In addition to the meases be learns from nutbentlc sources that wont to France ns a Y.M.C.A. workor rived at tho 'V hut, the ooffae and from the M of aiiudler cities which the Ilolshevlkl have placed In the up-- ' early in the war. Hishhop! Brent's chocolate were steaming on the reli- - stove." liad planned quirk action and which per stories of hish bniidinss every chief work is to subscribed their full nontax In the cnneolvahle agency of destruction. In- - pious work of chaplains with that' "If pie American people could see early hours of Saturday. New York nocent bour?eilse hostases, the letter of the Y.M.&A. and other wtir work the satisfaction rendered tho fieldIs an exception. Her comiiilttee wired adds, Mill are are belli; shot by the ers at the front. ing men by this, simple svive. Wiisblnzlon that the iuetroHli lutd thousands. thoy'd dig twice as deeply Into their HubsiTlberi SL'(l.O(KMHjJ, or Priqnnpre Malm Annnnl pockets when comes the November of the district's quota. The entire 'Germany's Most Serious Hour." ; , i i n United War Work Campaign drivo." country, even the remote rural diswill somc-clar- ed tricts, will be at full speed In the bond ous hour eems to bave struck." lh'Ps selling. Atlanta, where the sales on the Iikal Anzelp r of Iterllw. what Americanize our position." RED CROSS NEWS GRENADES the third limn lagged somewhat early. In discussing the Kulgarian quesUoa according to a letter from an Ameri-Th- e A number of disinfectinp plants Is geared to his production. 'Seurnl Frankfort .eltung says: "It U ran prisoner, received by Lieut. A. ami watnr sterilizing outilti nro counties lime pi.ne over the top useless to glos over this news, and Cli-niiiretnpi-- in C.nr. beinp manufactureil hy the AmeriY.M.f!.A. Its committee wired. "We are we nre quite sure whether It would many for prisoners of war. Lieut. can Red Cross, which will turn thorn better- - organized this time." not be useful to attach considerable Strauss asks for baseball parapher- ovor to the Italian Sanitary authoriatimportance to the Workers Assert Power in Japan. tempts to veil the threatening seces- nalia, tennis rackets and bulls, ra- ties for military use. Tokyo. .Muriiiis Ukuma bus informsion of llulgariu or raise any hopes.' zors and strops, nooks on zoology, ed the Kmperor that the war has liotany. geology, ami medical books The stripping of prisoners apbrought n preat chunpe In the sentialso aro inoluded in roquest. parently takes place only at tho ments of the people because of the 40,000 Prisoners Captured In 3 Days. .front in the heat and confusion of widening gulf between the wealthy Inll I.V...W.I. ltvllluli - Lnnplnnti American Troops Great to Laugh battle. At the prisons, camp comclasses and the masses. This has cre- and ite'leinn t in the Inst thre ated a dangerous tendency, he said, .ini i.nv. mii.ro,i aoonii nris.nor. John Kodrick Hangs, American mittees, appointed by tho prisonors which If ignored might undermine the nnd .too guns, it Is humorist, lias just returned from a IhnmsolYOS. see that American estimated here, social foundations of the empire. The Since July 18 the Allies captured trip to France, where he lectured. prisoners recoivo and onjoy the suppower of the working class Is assertlnx 'JOO.ono prisoners. 3.000 have guns, ,0.oo0 many times within the rango of tho plies sent them. Each individual, lltself, be declared, and must be met. muchlne guns atnl enormous amount (iPrman puns, under the ofllcial moreover, returns a signed receipt that of material This does not 'Mnrquls Okuma recommended ,..,. lake into . tv,,i,w 171r ..., .11111 I' Ull .t:..iann card for each parcel to the Amori-ra- n suit'UM".! was "IH Marquis SalnJI lllfSt'll account tho operations in Macedonia Red Cross representatives at and came liome full of renewed ened to bring national support to the mid I'ulvstini' Berne. Government. thusiasm for tho A.E.F, School News from Various Departments ut A" , ers Strengthen His Sword . wk .t y U . i c . Tl Tt ,1.1 nn-rn- en MAKE THE WHEN I An '" '" READY'.' ' A. ke I "T mmm would have remained unsatisfied. Soldiers in French uniforms In InThe Red Cross asked for tho loan creasing number jolij tho khaki-cla- d of an army cook, who spent three youths" of America in singing days wltli an American Red Cross the praise of the Yankee delicacy. cliioT of French nalionali'y, teachg. ing him tho sublime art of Edible Seaweeds. There art srawced which nre pood Appetizing, brown doughnuts now foo.li. The old folk In many British are being baked for doughboys at coast districts will recall much that ll tho ralo of 112,000 n day. Only tho useful on the subject once their memThose who holes are small. Good flour, good ories aro set will certainly be wis live nenr butter, poo. I milk and good sugar to utilize the fen wealth that It ensti the food nre used in their composition. ashore, though with seaweeds, ns lth Praiso for tho doughnut rings Innd weeds, some trouble should b from Verdun to the Swiss border. taken beforehand to bo quite surf nlniit the l.li't'tlflrwtlnn of specimen dough-nut-makn- art fig-to- - I SALES ne TOP" c 1 a de-tr- oy , I one-nint- h Forward! With no thought of bursting shrapnel and poisonous gases into which they plunge with every muscle tense, with every faculty of mind alert, with one thought only TO FIGHT into battle. When the shrill wnistle jounds the advance, out they go their whole heart in the task before them. No power on earth can hold them back. '"t i ,, semi-otllcl- AND WIN. That is the way our men are goiifg 1 Forward! sounding for us. Wc must answer in the same proud way the way of our fighting men the American way. is GASSED MEN ARRIVING AT HOSPITAL FOR TREATMENT 'ifhe girls of the Smith Collopo Re The same sharp challenge to battle lief Unit have oponed a reading room for American and British soldiers' Regular visits also aro paid lo the American soldiers in tho hospital at Bcauvais. Wounded soldiers to the number of somo 8,000 sometimes are fed in the courso of period. In one night, tho a ten-da- y record of feeding 5,000 was mado. The American Rod Cross rolling. canteens in Italy recontly dislribul-lo- d to 7.000 Italian soldiors. packets' 'containing socks, snap, olgarottos, If hncfilates. handkorchiofs, writing ir.rilenal and small mirrors and t combs. Such packets will probably bo distributed to somo 40,000 more.1 They help to keep up tho spirits of lho fighters nnd aro taken by tho' of America's I iriilividuM as evidenco dir. ct participation in tho wnr. Dmigbnuls for doughboys have had a spectaculnr riso to favor in I rancr At first, n few army cooks offered doughnuts as an nddltlonj lo tho mess. Tho domond for this Iriotlisome dainty was luslantnnoous. It grew beyond nil bounds and had it not been for tho Rod Cross enn-leworkers. It is likely that tho gaslronomical dosiros of lho Yanks on We must lend the way they fight. Hun a united American people moving forward shoulder to shoulder, irresistibly, to Victory. Our task is to supply the money, die ships, the guns, the shells that we must have to win. It is a tremendous task. We must do it as our fighting men do theirs with the indomitable spirit of Victory. We must work, and save, and lend with one thought only TO FIGHT AND WIN. Get into the fightwith your whole heart. Buy Bonds to the utmost! Thia Space Contributed by We must show the war-mddden- ed i Swift & Company .Soldiers who Imve been guMicd by the Germans ure nhowu univiug at a hospital lu France for trculmeiij. Study Over tke Question tf Education; Is It Not Worth Any Cost and Any Exertion? Oolobor 3, 1018. THE CITIZEN He' would riot go bark for treatment then, nnd when daylight came, It wns too late, because wo were prnctlcally cut off by artillery fire behind the front lino trenches. When daylight came, tho artillery fire opened up right on us, nnd the Germans hnd ndvanred their lines Into some trenches formerly held by us nnd ynrds nwny. Wo rehnrdly forty-fivceived bombs and shells right In our faces. A Tunisian In our company got crazy, and ran bnck over the parados. He ran n few ynrds, then stopped nnd looked back nt us. I think he was coming to his senses, nnd would hnve started bnck to us. Then tho spot where he hnd been wns empty, nnd a second Inter his body from the chest tlown fell not three yards from the I do not know where the pnrndos. top pnrt went. That snme shell cut n groove In tho low hilltop before It exploded. Ho hnd been hit by n big shell, nnd absolutely cut In two. 1 havo seen this happen to four men, hut this wns the only one In Franco. About seven o'clock, we received nud toured fresh troop over nnd retook the trench. Xo sonnet hnd we entered It, however, than the Germans turned their artillery on us, not even waiting for their own troop to retire safely. They killed number" of their own turn In this wny. Hut the fire was so heavy that, when they we had to retlro again, and this time they kept nftor us and dn.no us beyond the trench wo had originally occupied. , We left them there, with our artillery taking euro of them, nnd our machine guns trying to enfllnde them, nnd moved to the right. There was n bunch of trees there, nbout like n small woods, nud ns we passed the Germans concealed In It opened fire on us, and we retired to some reserve trenches. We were pretty much scattered by this time, nnd badly cut up. Wc reformed there, nnd were Joined by other of our troops, In small groups what wns left of hqunds nnd platoons nnd singly. Our captain had got It n fifth time, meanwhile, but he would not leave us, as he was the ranking olllcer. He hnd In n scalp wound, but the others-werhis arms and shoulders. He could not move his hands nt all. Hut ho led our charge when wo rnn for the woods. We carried some machine guns with us ns wo went, nnd the gunners would run a piece, set up, tiro while we opened up for them, nnd run on ngnln. Some troops enme out of n trench still farther to the right and helped us, and we drove the Ger mans out of the woods nnd occupied it . e Pago Threo ' GXJMm i Il.'ilsnn, Lieut, 0. Q, I (Dili Inf, Camp Slmlliy. Ilnttiosburg, Miss, j Balson, Itcuhon B, 7th Supply Co, A.H.F, via N. Y, Franco. Konllold, Kracknnl, II. Q. Co, Clh Inf, A. K. I', via N. Y. P.M." Konllold. Howard. U." S. S. Mississippi, Ko 8, vtn P. M. Forlro1 MniiriH', Vn. l ii ii II ii it xi f i ' A wM-iuiN 1 i EX'CUNNER ANln r.HIFP PPTTVOocnfrctJ " WINNPR - hP TWP rnmv nc r.iicnoR - W.IWISX WVUUILi " frfyi Wl IvKttruJ Bmon C.ThrnJ Sicul Animal ISt. ih Cj. Miw AJurtWvka Wfi another one. SYNOPSIS. The others from the Coward were , too, and they went at thu CIIAITKIt N. Drpow, niittior of tlia story, enlists In the United HlntM Turks In great ntyle. There was Jiovy, 9rvlii(c four years ami mtiilnlng nothing tn eomplnln about In the way Ilia rank of ohluf s tty olllcer, gunner. they fought, but I wished that wo bad )io CIIAITKH Krrot wnr Marts hnil a few more boys from the Foreign ;ooa lifter lie I honorably UlsclmrKeil Legion with us. I think wo would huvu from tho navy utxl ho calls for 1'rance gone clear on through to Constantiwith a Uetwinlnatlon to enlist. . " red-hottirsl-clua- MEMBEP, OF THE FOREIGN LEGION OF FRANCE ouin I UKRbT, FRENCH BATTLESHIP CASSAPsD mav C' CHAiTKIl III-- !!. Joins the Foreign M'Klon mid la Hastened to tho ilrmdnauk'ht CiiMurd wlwit lila inarksinunslilu mIiis him liib'li honom. CIIAITRH la detached from lila ship ami rent with n regiment of th IKI'in to Handlers where he soon finds Jnmmlf In the front lino trenches. la detailed to the nr. CIIAITEIl l!e tlllerr and make the ntiualntanre of the "It'll , the womlorful I rem h Runs thut have saved the day fur the nlllea on many a tmttl.fleld. llefiire erolnK uny action, ho Is ordered !ck to his regiment In the front lino trenches. CIIAITKIt (toes "over the top" nml "Keta" Ida nrat German In a bayonet fight. company tnkea part CHAITHII VII-I- lls In nnothor raid on the Herman trenches and shortly nfterward aeelRla In Mupplnit u time rharKe of tho Hum, who are mowed down us they cross No Alan's V-- CIIAITKIt VHI-B- ent taiDlxmude with dispatches, Diew la rniiKlit In a Zeppelin raid, hut eacapea unhurt. CHAPTER IX. Laid Up for Repairs. Ono nlslit, after I hnd been at for nliout threo week, we made n charge In the face of n very heavy Arc Our enptnin always stood at tho Dlx-mui- lo tn New York once, whore the police hnil ridded a yeomen's Hop ami had alt their woupons In the courtroom as cxhllilU. were heeled with The iiioprier-tistick, t'lulix, nhlllelnhx, hlnck-Jnck. p cleaver, nxe, Uvto-dat- trench toma- knlveH, iMinhinl.t, hawks, limns knuckles, .lung kIioIh anything that was ever Invented for Pierre. He was nbout eighteen and cranlilng n mun with, I guess, except came from Hordeaur. Ho was a very drag-ou- t firearms. These knock-dowcheerful fellow nnd he nnd Murray artists follow the rlllemen very closely. and I used to bo together a Int. He Their Joli was to take cntv of all the felt nlmost as bad about Mnrray ni Turks who could not escape and would I did, nnd you could see thnt It not surrender. changed him n great deal, too. nut ho There are lots of men In any anny was still cheerful most of tho time. who will not surrender, hut I think probably there were more Turks of CHAPTER XIII. Unit gametic than men In most other armies. I have heard that It Is a part Limeys, Anzac and Pollu. of their religion thut a mnn. If he One night, while wo were expecting dies (lcntlnc. Roes to a very specially an attack, tha word was passed down fancy hem en, with plenty to eat and thetlne to have the wire cutters ready smoke. And I suppose If he surren- and to tis bayonets only for the first ders they believe he will be. put In part of the attack, for we were to try the black cans, stoking for eternity down below. It was awfully hot at the parapet when we were going over, tind Dardanelles and I guess the Turks made the sign of tho cross nnd shouted, did not want It any hotter, for very JFor Clod and France." Then we would few of them ever surrendered, and the trench cleaners had a lot to do. Their Job Is really Important, for It Is dancer-ou- s to huve croups of the enemy alive and kicking around In their trenches after you have pulsed. Almost every prisoner wc took was wounded. Tho one thine I do not like to have people ask me Is, "How does It feel to kill a man 7" nnd I think the other boys feel tho sumo wuy ubout It. It Is not a thine you like to talk about or think nbout either. Hut this time, nt "V" beach, when we got past the first nnd second Turk trenches and were tit work on the third, I do not mind nylng that I was chid whenever nople. Hut the Turks were not us bad as Fritz. They wero Just lis good or better as lighters, nnd u whole lot whiter. Often, when wo wuro frying In the treuehes and not a drop of water was to be had, something would lnnd on the ground near us and there would be n witter bottle, full. Sometimes they almost bombarded lis with bottles. Then, too, they would not fire on tho J ted Cross, ns the Germans do; they would hold their tiro many times when we wero out picking up our wounded. Sovcrnl times they dragged our wounded as close as they could to the barbed wire that we might find them easier. After Murray died I got to thinking n lot more than I used to, nnd though I did not have any hunch exactly, still I felt as though I might get It, too, which wns something 1 had never thought much nbout before. I used to think nbout my grandmother, too, when I had time, and ubout Hrown, I ued to wonder what Hrown was doing and wish wo were together. Hut I rotild remember my grandmother smiling, nnd that helped some. I guess I was lonely, to tell the truth. I did not know the other garbles very well, and the only ono left thnt I wns really very friendly with got his soon nfterward, though not ns bnd as Hurray. And then thero was no one thnt T was really chummy with. That would not have bothered me at nil before Murray died. The other lad I spoil e of ns having been chummy with wns Phllllppe ourselves. From there, we had the Germans In our old trench nlmost directly from tho rear, and we simply cleaned them out. I think nil the vows were kept thnt day, or else the men who mnde them died first. I wns shot through the thigh some time or other nfter tho captain got back. It felt Just like a needle-pricnt first, and then for a while my leg wns numb. A couple of hours after wo took our trench buck, I started out for the rear and hospital. The wound had been hurting for some time. They car-tiethe captain out on a stretcher nbout the same time, but he died on the wny from loss of hlooL Fresh troops came up to relieve us, but our men refused to go, and though officially they were not thero In the trench, they stayed until they took the captain nwny. Then, back to billets not bullets, this time. I believe that wc received an army citation for that piece of work, but I do not know, as 1 war (To bo Continued) k d Berea College HONOR ROLL Korea College is proud of tlio rec-orof it's soldier and sailor boys. They liavo answered llio call of our Country Willi tho spirit of men. Wo Shall always follow up thoir career with tlio deepest interest. Tho names of some nro probably not on Ibis list. If any ono knows of a Korea man in tho Army or Navy, whose naino is not in this list, send in tlio unmo and address to tlio President's Office, Kerea College. d Korea, Ivy. Good fortuno go with all. Adams, Ilolman. Adams, Lieut. Tounsen, tl'Jtli Inf, Camp Shelby, Halticsburg, Miss. Adams, Lieut. Wiley, 119 Inf, Camp Shelby, Miss. Aler, Antonio, 159tb U. S. Inf, Camp Shelby, Halticsburg, Miss. Alford, Green B, Carp. Muto, Avi. Garonno Pavillao, Franco, P. M, N. Y. For Cod and France. Allen, Corp. Clias. K, 37th Co, 10th go over. Our officers ulwnys led us, Bn, 159 D. B, Camp Taylor. but I havo never seen n German olllcer They always wero be- Allen, Leebern. 35th Co, Oth Tr. Bn, u charge. lead 159th Depot Brig, 3rd Ileg. hind their men, driving Instead of leading. I do not believe they uro as bravo Amburgy, Denver, Co. M, 119th Inf, as they are said to be. Camp Shelby, Miss. Well, wo went over this time, ond Anderson, Bradley, Camp Jackson, tho machine guns were certainly going S.C. It strong. We were pretty 6oro about Anderson, Arthur B, 3rd Aoro chaplain and the Swiss nnd nil tho Squad, Ft. Sill, 0k la. that, and we put up an awful tight, but wo could not mako It and hud to come Anderson, L. II, Median. Service. via Paris, Franco, A. E. F. back. Only ono company reached the lloclio trenches and not a mun of It Ault, Stanloy, Camp Taylor, Ky. came hack who had not been wounded Bailey, Frank, lied Cross Military on tho way and did not reach the Hospital, Somowhcro in Franco. trench. They wero Just wiped out Baily, Green, llndio Co, U. S. Navy, was missing, too. Wo The captain Cambridge, Mass. thought ho was done for, but about two o'clock In tho morning, ho came Ballard, Dewiso. back. Ho simply fell over Into tho Ballard, Iloscoo. trench, nil In. Ho had been wounded Balllnger, William H, Battery F, four times, utul had lain In a shell 312 F. A, Camp Meade, Baltimore. cruter full of water for several. houxa. Md. Then I Would Stick Another One. u I (dipped my bayonet Into Turk and moru glad when I saw another ono coming. I guess I kuw red till right. Kucli tlmo I thought. "Maybo you uro tho ono who did poor old Murray." And I could seo Murruy ns ho looked when they took him down from tho at,prrhoii"u.wull. Then I would btlck Sgt. Willard C, 7lh Cav. Ornlinin, Clms. a, Ilecrnll See, H. Troop II, Fort Bliss, Tex. O. Knse. Cump Greonleaf. Georgia. Diamond, Aubrey F, 1 18 U. S. Aero Green, Dillard, Camp Taylor, Ky. Hquiid. A. K. F, Care Adj. Gcn..iinflin, Lieut. Arlcigh C, Fort An- Washlngton, D. C drows, Mass. Divine, Molvln, Camp Taylor, Ky. (Griffin, Fleming 11., M. D. Hdqs, Ad. Dixon, Chostor, Camp Taylor, LouisSec. L. of C. A. Iv. F. France. Gross, Frank, Co. M. 4th Inf, Oottys-bur- r, ville, Ky. Dixon, Lieut. Elmer, Ft. Thomas, Pa. Ky. Gross. Orvillo, Recruit C. A. C, Foit Dl.ney, Wnllor Clnrk. U. S. L, II. S. Moll, SnJein, N. J. Gudgcr, James, 333th F. A, Camp Orrhid, Portsmouth, Va. DTznoy, Win. L, Kali. D, 19 F. A, Pike, Ark. Hnckolt, Sorgt. II. W, Lino 272, Kel via N. Y, A.E.F, Franco. Dodson, C. P, U. S. Naval Training ly Field No. I, San Anlonio, Tcv. Station, 1st 9th Co, Newport, R. I. Hneberlin, Easthnm, Address will Dooloy. John F, Supply Co, Cth lnf,i bo appreciated. HnJI, Lieut. John, M. 0. Co. 53, MilClmttngooga, Tcim. itary Branch. Chattanooga, Tenn. Dougherty, Russoll, 119th Dr. Co, Haley. Corp. Earl D, Ord. Depot, 38lh Marino Kks, Paris Island, S. C. Douglas, Voo M, Amlnilanco Co. No. Div, Camp Shelby, Haltieshurg, 2, Fort Logan, Houston, Toxas. Miss. Duff, Powrill, "Somo whore in Halzak, George, U. S". Gen. Hosp. No. Franco.'' 7 Roland Park, Baltimore, Md. III. Dunenn, Melvin, 22nd Squadron, Hancock, Goo, 25 Co, 7th Bn. Tr, 3rd Bralchor, Kddio C., Chap T. School, Aviation Camp, Wnco, Toxas. Reg, Camp Taylor, Ky. Camp Taylor, Ky. Durham, Jesse, Evacuation Hospital, Hannah, Root. N, Co. B, 57th Eng, Britt, Liont. James J, Jr, Bks. D. 12, Camp Laurell, Md. cliickamauga Park, Ga. 322nd Inf, Camp Jackson, Colum- - Early, Clinton, H9th Inf. Band, Camp Hart, Lieut. Joseph, Camp Taylor, bia, S. C. Louisville, Ky. Shelby, Hatticsburg, Miss. Brock, John II, 2nd Tr. Brgd. Line East, Edward R, Co. 38, 10th Tr. Bn., Barrel, Gordon, 10th Inf. Med. Dpt., 31, Kelly Field, So. San Antonio, 159 Depot Bgd, Camp Taylor, Ky,i Fort Benjamin Harrison, Ind. Texas. Kalnn, Claudo L, Co. L, 1st Pioneer Harrison, Creed 0, U. S. S. So. Da- Browning. Sgl. Henjamln F, 1st Co..; Inf, Camp Wadsworth, S. C. kola, P. M. New York City. 1st Div, M. G. Bn, A.E.F, France. Eaton, Forest L, 21. Co. E, Tr. Bn, Hammond, Sergt. Benjamin, 333rd Brown, Corbett, Camp Taylor, LouisInf, Camp Taylor, Louisville, Ky. 159, Camp Taylor, Ky. ville, Ky. Ecclos, William, Jr, N. A. Corps, U. Harwood, John E, 1st Co, 1st Reg, .Brown, W. Wilson, Camp Taylor, S. N. Observatory, Washington. U. S. N. Tr. S, Newport, R. I. ( Kentucky. Hays, Sgt. Earl T, 159th Depot'Br?, D. C. Brashear, Dishman, U. S. S. Bridge, Edgccomb, Glenn. lith Bn, Camp Taylor, Ky. caro Postmaster, New York City. Edwards, Donald H, Medical Re- Hays, Herbert, Musician, li9th Inf. Buchannan, Wallace. serve, Columbus, 0. Band, Camp Shelby, Hatllesburg, Buchanan, Claude, 873 Aero Squad. '.dwards, Lieut. John Paul, Band Miss. Lovo Field, Dallas, Tex. Master, 149th Inf. Band, Camp Iteinbrec, Lieut. George N, 42. Inf, Camp, Biiford. 322nd F. A, Camp Shelby, Miss. Con. Q. M, Commerce St, BaltiSherman, Chilicothc, 0. Edwards, Corp. Thomas, Jr, Co. M, more, Md. Caldwell, Griflln, 42nd Co, lith Bn, 50th Inf, Camp MacArthur, Waco, Hccknian, Walter W, Asst. Band 150th Depot Bgd, Camp Jackson, Texas. Master, 149th Inf. Band, Hdqr. Co, S.C. Edwards, Lieut. Robert N, Aviation Hatticsburg, Miss. Calhoun, Quincey, Ft. Lee, PetersConcentration Camp, Morrison, Va. Hicks, Hal, 314 Reg, Co. 14, Groat burg, Va. Elkins, Howard Lee, Oth Co. Recruits, Lakes. 111. Campbell, Piner, Naval Tr. Sla, Co. 17th U. S'. Inr, Camp Mead, Bal- Hicrd, James B, Co. 7, OA.C, Fort B, 2nd Hog, Great Lakes, 111. timore, Md. Block G. Barrancas,-- Pcnsacola, Fla. Campbell. William, Chief Bugler, Elkin, Paul S, Co. C, 123 Inr, Camp Hill, Ernest B, Cauffins, Co.' 1, Camp tin Inf Tland. Hal llnshiirc. Miss. Wheeler, Macon, Ga. Jphnston, Jacksonville, Fla. Carpenter. Sgt. Rollins. Troop B, Englc, Lieut. Stanley L, 35ith Inf, Billiard, D. Mqss, San Pedro de v 31Uh M. P, 89lh Div, A.E.F. Camp I'linston, Ivans. Mncoris, D. R. Caudill, SgL James B, Co. D, 316th Ernberg, Otto, 149th Inf. Band, Hat- - Ililliard, Dudley, San Pedro do Engineers, Camp Lewis, Wash. tiesburg, Miss. Macoris, D. R. Cecil, Lieut. J. J, Co. C, 13th Cay, Evans, Clyde, Blue Jackets' Guard, Hillman, Jas. E, Co. E, 20th Eng, McAllcn, Texas. Newport, R. I. Camp American University, WashChapman, Floyd, M. G. Co, tl9th Inf, Evans, Fred, 291 Aero Squad, Mather ington, D. C. Camp Shelby, Miss. Field, Sacramento, California. Hoagland, Harrcll 0, Med. Dept, Chapman, Henry Clay, 119 M. G. Co, Evans, John F 439 Aero Squad, Post Hospital, Fort Mycr, Va. Camp Shelby, Halticsburg, Miss. Vancouver Bks, Vancouver, Wash. Hook, John T, Caisson Co. 2, 112ht Chnstecn, Ernest, Co. G, 113 Am. Fairchild. Jas. T, 32 Co. 8th Bat, Ammunition Train, 37th Div, T.II.S, Camp Shelby, Miss. 159th Depot Bgd, Camp Taylor, Camp Sheridan, Montgomery, Ala. Co, Ky. Childs, Herman, N. Y. S. Hoffman, Clarence, U. S. Aviation Newport, R. I. Farmer, Frank, France, A. E. F. Corps, Columbus, 0. Childs. "Manly," U. S. S. Nebraska. Fenwick, Leonard L, Camp Custer, Hofftnan, Frank, U. S. Aviation care Postmaster, New York City. Battlo Creek, Mich. Corps, Camp McArthur, Waco, Clark, Claude, Co. M. 321st Inf, Camp Felton. Corp. Flavcl L, Co. 'JA" 55 Toxas. Jackson, Columbia, S. C. Inf, Camp McArthur, Waco, Tex. Hoffman, Glenn, Government AcClark, Walter. 31 Inf. Med. Dept, Fielder, Leonard, Hdq. Detach. 159 countant, Detroit, Mich. Depot Brgd, Camp Taylor, Ky. Fort Bliss, Texas. Hogg, Harvey, Co. D. 2nd Ky. Inf, Clark, Carl H, Co. C, 2nd Eng. Tr. Fielder, William, Hdq. Detach. 150 Hatticsburg, Miss. Camp Humphreys, Va. Depot Brgd, Camp Taylor, Ky. Holbrooks, Burton, Trobp A, 13th Click, Lloyd, P, v30tli Inf, Curtis Fish, Jcsso T, Military Police, Camp M. P, Camp Shelby, Miss. Bay, Baltimore Md. Taylor, Ky. Hopkins, Davo, Aviation Corps, Collins, Charles, Med. Officer's Y. M D. B, Camp Taylor, Ky. Charleston, S. C. C. A, Fort Oglethropo, Ga. Flanery, Arch, Camp Custer, Mich. Howard, Ensign Richard, Annapolis. Collins, Robert E, N. R. Sta, Co. 8, Flack. Billio, 18th Regt, A. E. F, Howard, E. M, N. T. Station, 7 Reg, Norfolk, Va. 2 Co., Newport, R. I. via N. Y. P. M. Collins, Samuel F, M. 0. T. C, Post Guelph, Ontario, Canida. ReportFlannery, Elmo, 10th Aero S. Squad , Ex, Ft. Oglethorpe, Ga. ed drowned at sea. 'A. E. F, Via. New York P. M. Combs, Charles, Camp Taylor, Ky. Howard, George, U. S. S. PennsylFlint, Sgt. Sherman, Fort Rodman, Combs, Lieut. Sowell, Camp Taylor, vania, Fortress Monroo, Va. New Bedford, Mass.v Louisville, Ky. Howard, John, Forward, BirchflelrJ, Cook, Tom, 108 Field Amb, British Flynn, Van W, Co. M, 120th Inf, Ky. A.E.F, Franco. Kxp. Forces, Franco. Howard, Ray L, Cith Depot Btry, Foster, Samuel, Ambulance Corps, Cook, Albert, Camp Taylor. Ky. Guelph, Ontario, Can. A.E.F, Franco. Cook, Delbcrt, 17th Inf, Co. B, Camp Howell, Marcus, U. S. S. Georgo Fraloy, 0. S, Hospital Corps, Col Meado, Maryland. Washington, Brooklyn, N. Y. umbus Barracks, Columbus, 0. Tfiililmp.! Cook, Elijah, Vocational Army, A.E.F. rtiul.l A V Tnnnn ubbard; L Q 'udq.'to., 140th Inf, Copcland, Robert, Dauphin Island. Franklin Arthur Eubk Hospital Fort Gaines, Ala. '' t axp. Cornett. Joda, 1st Co. 113th M. P, ,'ranklin Bascom, 57th Co,M.T.D,JnudspcUl(-'l8LouU Wilam Camp Hancock, Augusta, Ga Camp Sholhy, Hatticsburg, Miss. 333rd Reg. Supply Co, Camp TayC.A.G, Cor. Sgt. Edward 0, Co. K, 118th Franklin, Harlan, 1st Co. lor, Louisville, Ky. Franco. HiilT, Capt. E. W, Hdq. San. Tr, Inf, A.E.F, France. Coylo, Alex. 1st Co, 1st Bn, 100 Dep. Franklin, McDonald. Camp Dix, N. J. Franklin, W. S, 150 Dep. Bgd, 25th Humphrey, R. R, 608 Aero Inf. Sqd., Bgd, Camp Custer, MIoli. Co, 7th Tr. Bn, Camp Jackson. S.C. Coyle, Donald. Aviation Camp, Waco, Toxas. Frazlcr, Sol, 44th Co, 11 Bn, 150 D. Hunter, Harry S, Bptt. A. 119th F. Coylo, Juno, A. E. F. B, Camp Taylor, Ky. Coylo, Truo F, 30th Inf. Band, HeadA, 32nd Div. A. E. F, via. N Y, P. French, Marvin M, U. S. S. Pocaquarters Cp, Camp Green, N.C M. hontas, P. M. New York City. Coylo, Wado, Camp Taylor, Ky. Hunter, Hinton II, 108 Co, 8th Reg, Coylo, William R, Co. E, 149th Inf, French, Ottis J, caro Naval Y. M. C U. S. Marino, Galveston, Toxas. A, 107 Sands St, Brooklyn, N. Y. Camp Shelby, Miss. Hylton, Clmrlos, U. S. 8. Goorgb Frenoh, Elbert, Voo. Tr. Dto. N. A, Washington, Brooklyn, N. Y. Craft, John. Co. B, Indianapolis, Ind. Crain, L. G, lith Co, 3rd Bn, Central Imrlc, Capt Norman Allan, 4th Div. Officers' Training School, Camp Frost, 1st Lieut. Cleveland C School Wing; Canadian C. R. 0, B. E. F, of Firo 164th F. A. Bgd, Camp Lee, Va. Cnince, Lonoy, Camp Taylor, Louis Rigalo, Clinton B, FI.M ville, Ky. Hdq, A. D, Co. G, Camp Greonleaf, Ga. Cress, Rolllo, Co. K. 148th Inf, Camp France. Fulks, Elliott L, Hdqr. Co. 149th Inf, Sheridan, Ala. Isaacs, Capt. M. J, 326 F. A, Camp Halticsburg, Miss. Taylor, Loulsvillo, Ky. Creech, Roy, 53rd Co, Naval Train Gabbard, Serg. E. Blalno, Ambulance ing Station, Norfolk, Va. I&on. Sgt. D. B, Co. D, 149th Inf., Corps No. 12, Amorican ExpediCamp Shelby, Miss. Crosetto, John B, 41st Co, 4th Repl. tionary Forces. Rgt, Camp Gordan, Ga. Gabbard, John B, Co. E, 6th U. 8. Ison, David L, 3rd P. Reg, Infirmary. Oth Bn, 159 D. B, Camp TayCrowley, Elmer. Inf, A. E. F, via N. Y.P.M. lor, Ky. Curry, Everett, 5th Co. Del. C. A. C, Gay, Colson, Franco, via Now York, (Conttouid an Fig Glbbs, Cecil, Camp Taylor, Ky. Now York. A. E. F. France, via ' ! 1- -8 . Ti1 llieknoll, Corp. .1. Paul, Hdq. Co, I iuth Inf. Kami, Camp Shelby, Miss. KiggerslalT, limner. IJiffgerstnlT, l.lnyil, Oth Tr. Bn, Gump Jarkson, S'. C. llillry. Cheerful, II. Co. Navnl Hosp, Portsmouth, Va. llirnhlleld. William, Co. K, 20th ling,1 Discharged on account of tllsabll- -, iiy. Bowman, I). 0, Asst. Surgeon, U. 8. N. n. F, Lcaguo Island Naval Hospital, Philadelphia, Penn. Bowman, Lieut. F. O, Co. L, 37l"t Inf. Discharged on account of In-- 1 Jury received in service Kowinnn. J. 0, Uh 0. T. C, 1st Co, Camp Shormnn, 0. Kowmnn, II. 0, 33 Co, Oth Tr. BnJ I CO Depot Kris, Camp Jackson, S.C.j Kowmnn. Linncy, 38th Co. 10 Tr. Kn, I58lh Depot Kgd, Camp Sherman, 0. Bowling. Grovor, Cnmp Shelby, Misi. Boyer, Clnronco. U. S. S. Florida,! Postmaster, Now York City. Branson, Jerry, Co. A, Ban. B. Gun- iters' Mntos School, Great Lakes, Danlols, Capl. Irving, Co. C, 509th Eng., Camp Trovls, Toxas. Davis, Sheldon, Hdqr. Co. 109th Field Artillery. Cnmp Hnncnok, Ga. Day, Kollny, Nnval Training Station,; Great Lakes, 111. Donn, Lieut. William. 330 Inf, Camp Taylor, Louisville, Ky. Dodrirk, I. W, A.E.F, Franre. Dogman, C. G, Co. IJ, 4th Bat., U. S. 0, Camp Nicholls, Now Orleans. Dollinger, Thomas, Camp Jackson, S. C. Dommon, Oibbs, Warren, Camp Taylor, Ky. Glllon, Roy, Co. L, 10th Inf, Ft. Ben, Harrison, Ind. Gilligan, Loo, Unit D, Co. 21, Naval Op. Base, Hampton Roads, Va. Glasscock, Aaron, Ft. Thomas, Ky. Glista, Joo, 18 Co, Cth Inf. Depot Kgd, Camp Dcvcns, Mass. Godboy, Capt. Chauncoy, Camp Dodge, Dcs Moines, la. Golden, Leo, Camp Taylor. OotL J. Slrolhor, 301 Hng, Sanitary Doloh, A. K. F. .o7: 6!:,,ih" "''l D'K' I n) i Page Four. BEREA CHAPTER NEEDS THE CITIZEN HELP EDWIN DOUGLAS ROBERTS October .1, 1018. Mothers, sisters and friends, who ANSWERS SUDDEN CALL Kdwin )Iiiiglns Iloborls, son of will tnkc your place with the soldier boyi when they are sick r licnson Howard niul Ktimm sellew wounded? The Red Cross, of course, Iloborls. died at the Great Lakes (live a slice!, towel, bandekrchlef Naval Training Gamp, Saturday, NEWS OF BEREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OF SOURCES or napkin to the local Chapter anil September 28, Mr. Roberts was horn at North it will bo sent lo the hosnilnls In France, where thero is great need Chili. N. Y, where Dr. ami Mrs. of these articles. Roberts wero principals of tho Tin' I W llpgirnontal Hand, Division Workers are needed in the rooms Cbesborough Seminary. After hav- sailed from Camp Mills "over Vocational Chapel from 1:30 lo fi ing received here his preparatory there" Tuesday ofthis week. Tlii p. m., daily, except Saturday. education, he entered Hobarl Col- hand lias as members eight Here I'lease come and help make 2I0 lege, at Geneva, N. Y, where ho be- hoys. Lieut, I'aul Kdwards is its wotnen's refugee garments. came a member of the Kappa Alpha Berea, Ky. leader. Bank & Trust Bldg. At a meeting of the Executive Society. He graduated in 1910, and Dr. M. M. Robinson was In Detroit, Committee of the Berea Red Cross was for several years with Swift Mich., last week, returning with u on Wednesday afternoon the fol- - and Co. in Chicago, St. Joseph and Maxwell roadster. While thero ho lowing business was transacted: l'eoria. cousin, Carter Robinson I. The request of the War Council Leaving Swift and Co. a few yean Scientific horso shoeing, fine iron visited his of that place, for the coming drives was brought apo he entered social service worn work and repairs of all descriptions Save 30 cents by buying a season before the committee by Chairman in Chicago, flrst at the Cook County MEMBER nt the College Blacksmith Shop, ticket good for nil three numbers of Hunt. The drive for hospital in Hospital, later as Probation Officer FEDERAL RESERVE Main Street, north of Tho Citiicn SYSTEM art. the Kali Lyceum Course. ens for use in France, tho drivo for in (he Juvenile Court, where for two Office, J. M. Gaines has accepted a post walnut shells hickory nut shells, years he worked among Chicago's tion as Deputy U. S. Revenue Col peach pits, etc, for making carbon young men and boys. During these We Sell hats and sell them right. (c(or for lh,3 district, with bead fillers for gas masks, the drive for years be formed a great many od quarters at Danville. Mrs. Laura Jones. membership during the Christmas strong friendships, and it was hero J.y. benvner, who is worhing ni Mr3 Kri,PrP( Mrs. Henry Rittcr holidays were discussed. that he met Miss Frances Ketcham, Irvine, spent the week end with his!nn(1 MJss i.ranccs McClurc, were in 2. Mrs. Charles D. Lewis was an- - who later became his wife. He was dollars in gold is held by the family in werea. Mchmond, Tuesday EIGHTEEN hundred million the reserve of the banks which thorbed to lake such measures as an active member of the Social Banks ns i.rnyuon oooh. who nas ueen .u Many x00I,i0 froln iiorPa wcro in River-Re- d IJattle Creek, Midi, during the sum-- nichmond, Tuesday of last week, to are necessary to perfect the Junior Workers' Country Club, at are the members of the Federal Reserve System. Cross organizations in the side. mor and early fall, was in Berea at i00 tho ,,i,0to-ila"Hearts of the Training School and tho Berea He Jrft Chicago upon being This bank, as n member of the system, shares in the protection Hie iirsi or me wecK anil win uc in World." pointed Superintendent of Charities School. afforded by this great reserve. As our customer you also shnrc scliool Here a liiuc later. gnecial nricos at Laura Jones' 3. Prof. Everett Dix will bo asked in Louisville, and in this olllce bis in this benefit. line of tailored millincry store to all Bcrca College An oress ami spon nais; ucsi quaiuy girlg and to formcn customers. (Ad.) lo take up the matter of organiz- - work has been eminently successful, ing the Junior groups in the out- - and he lilted a large place in the ",U"U" ncy Huff, a teacher In the lying school districts. Mi" social service work throughout the ,v. x ; I. An application from tho People city. . Herea Graded Schools, visited rcla Mrs. Andrew' Sharpo and children livcs an(1 friends in Conway, Sun of Big Hill to organize an auxifiary In June. 1917, he and Miss Ketch-socie- ty have moved into the King property ,1 was accepted and granted am were married, and tho following ' .. on Kast Center street. frmn . by tho committee. winter he resigned his position as .Hawaiian sllorl visil al ,i9 ll0mc in Vancc-QuarleHe sure to hear the '. Mrs. J. W. Herndon was ap- - Superintendent of Charities to enter scribe n few of them. iwm ln t,0 country, 3 miles out. -. at the Chapel next Tucs- burp Hc will ,ako lfp aclive serv. pointed lo represent the Berea Red his Country's service in the Navy. No. 85. Is n nice farm on Dixie T11S susceptible or nulIHr C miles out, contains 108 day nignt at t.m. Cross at a meeting lo be held at He was at flrst stationed in Louis- ico in tjle S.A.T.C. here, mn ymotXf nmls lt to nx it Prof, and .Mrs. L. v. Dodge re ville as Recruiting Ofllcer, anil later acres, good house, cistern, barn. Ice ,, a tu0i nlv w,u sc for ,,ronL Don't miss the Hawaiian Musi London. Ky, at an early dale. turned last Saturday from their ex cians at tlifi. Chapel next Tuesday 0. The Committee urges the worn- - sent to the Oreat Lakes Naval Train-- i house, orchard, and Hue garden. jricod to sell nt 51,500. tended trip in the Northwest. en of Berea to set aside ono after- - ing Camp, where he was soon placed Price $110 per acre. e have, other properties to sell: night, No. 19. Farm on Dixio Highway, VnrlWt sli,rban homes and city Charlie Dozicr, of Red House, was J. M. Logsdon, a soldier in the noon each week to do Red Cross in the Oflleors School. At tho time a Herea visitor the first of last week. Medical Corps at Camp Taylor, is work. Helpers at the Red Cross of bis death be bad just received contains about 72 acres, nico four- - ,,roporty. vacant lots, improved room house, weather boarded and f.,rin indsanvthinir in Dm wnv of Beautiful Creations in Kali and visiting friends at this place tho room are badly needed, and all Be- - the rank of Chief Yeoman. new barn, 32x10 foot. real estate. We will also rent your rea women are asked to contribute His illness was very short, and plaslexed; Winter Millincry at reasonable llrst of the week prices. time if possible. apparently light ease of Soanish in- - This place fias been rented out, nnd property in Berea. It is a fact that Laura Jones sells developing suddenly into all it needs is n man on it II is i. A committee was requested to fliienza ir you want property In or around In these bewitching and charming bats cheaper than anybody. Can't ... Ttl ' il. .. canvas tho town and learn what af-- pneumonia. During the week the all limestone land nnd will respond Berea. better buy it now I It will . ru.. oreai ions. juo.. sue u.e e ,,mv g, docg Blft gh(J Aoe3 temoons tho various women can family received frequent reports to good treatment Liberal terms never bo cheaper I Call at Berea and W inter exemplillcd in their .A()1 work. from the Training Camp "Doing can bo secured on this number. A Bank & Trust Co. nnd see us and simnlinilv nni! iliof inr.llvn hp.nitv. I ''1'no Quartette gives the 8. Professor Smith was appointed well." Then on Saturday morning. special bargain at ?80.00. Fish's tell us whnt you want nnd wo will ',,". No. 33. A small rarm or 12 acros, (ry , first entertainment of the Kail Ly- - to request the students in the Negro a telegram, "Pneumonia," followed mi (t ror you. Mr. Dean CU-r?Senl 1 ": ,I,,VIIaITiS0,! "" Co""e at the Cbapef next school to cooperate in gathering by another, received Saturday three irtiles out ot town. Tho host js mshior ot tthe Bank and solicits uu ni uiuiii, biuiiuu Tuesday night, nut shells, tin, and other materials nigfit "Condition critical." His improved milo place in tho coun- - vitilr account and iiroinises rTiti n Mm Ural nt llln WooV fnr n to' Marshall Robinson was the much needed by the army.' death had occurred before the re- - try, ot its size. Splendid house, 'every rourtC3y consistent with return1 hours between trains on his orchard, and garden. Nothing Klt,mat,. banking. Mr. Herndon will 9. The Committee requested tho ceipt of this telegram. V1Ctln of accident, Friday, when In Sl.mfnn fmm I nnilnrv Kv the a pistol with which be was play in College to make provision for stu- His mother and his wife started liko it Price W.OOO-- and , ... m, ,, , you lno property, ee M'ose ocauu sai.ors in oust ,vas flrc(1 t,,e buet gojng lhrough dents to have special training ,in for Chicago nt the first word of provemcnts cost tho money asked d. nean Herndon. ' his band. He was rushed to the llrst aid work. pneumonia, and Dr. Roberts left tor tho place. , , ? u,,u "ucsl' LU,ursJ Ad " Eva aldcn 8 hospital where the wound was No. 29. Is a nico house, Berea on the Saturday night train. Harrison Lcwisof Norton, Va, is.dresd. WE BUY LIBERTY PARADE IN RICHMOND The funeral services were held in just insido the corpdratlon, on a I spending a few days in Bcrca, pre- ( We receive each week from the Saturday, at one o'clock, a mon- - tho chapel of firareland Cemetefy. resident street. It contains one OLD FALSE TEETH paratory to entering the Army. Mr. fashion centers the advance styles ster Liberty Loan parade went Chicago, at two o'clock, Monday, acre ot fine, level land. Priced to We pay from J2.00 to J35.Q0 per st (broken or not). We also pijr actual value Lewis was a Berea student two in hats. Sec them before you buy down tho Streets of Richmond, in Dr. Rirfon rnnilnetiiiir Ihe servirns. sell quick, at ?l,500. ti,tjr,. T":..l ",u K r.,r,.i ni i No. 99. years ago and has many friends (Ad) r our snepinl uargaiu. wnri, """""".,, u,,,u auver una linage-i- , s Which floats and decorated auto- Mr. Roberts is survived bv his Eva Walden 111 till here. IjtJBt lilUU receive cash by return mail. participated, making tho vifo. father, mother, 'two sis- - i lUl!klltl3 iljl Miss Anna Baugh, who has been mobiles i MAZER'S TOOTH SPECIALTY parade extend the length of a milo tors and a brother, Mrs. Henry in 5 miles of Bcrca, in a high state D.pl. X, 2007. So 51k Si. We have the best line of. child- - teaching in Mt. Vernon High School, rtul. J.lphU. Pa. is susceptible of down Main street. iMrLellan Hallett. of Pittsburg, now of cultivation, ren's tarns, hats and caps in town, has typhoid fever, but is doin, The Berea College Band furnished visiting fn Berea, Miss Lucy 0. Roh- - division, and has buildings and im- -l and wo sell them right. Call and be nicely. the music for the occasion, ably led instructor at Vassar College, provemcnts on every piece." Tills' convinced. (ad) Eva Walden F. L. MOORE'S James Anderson was quite ill at by Mr. Canlleld. Tho band com- - erls. a'nd A. Sellew Roberta, of Boise, land, in corn or tobacco, will payi I ....... I r.A unn n,. III. i Mrs. Ebb Wilson and granddaugh- the llrsjL of the week at his home on prised 18 pieces and acquitted it- - Idaho. uxs 111! Ji;. Annl iiiu iiituaiiiiuilb. ... I .. A,nr ' ter. Norma Taylor, of Nicholasville, Forest street casn, self witli credit in the parade. Though bis summons lo higher i ntu ciii pur iirru; ouu-iiii- ii.! wero visitors in Berea over Sunday "The best Ifyceiim Courso Berea Beautiful floats were made by tho service came before bo had entered balance to suit purchaser. of this week. ever had is what you will say after Red Cross Chapter or Richmond and tho fighting area in Europe, his lire No. 33. A lino form on pike, 0 FOR readinS t"e notice on page four. And the K. or C. lodge. Many Berea peo- - Was as truly laid upon the altar or miles rrom Berea, M37 acres, good Read the announcement of tho 11 co'19 onl' 5 cents house, plenty ot water, good pie wero there. A great stimulus service for his country,, and ho will Fall Lyceum Courso on page four First Class Repairing land in high state ot Buy your hat at our store, oppo was given tho Liberty Loan Cam- - i and save 30 cents by buying a sea numbered among the Nation's AND cultivation, ir you want a nico site Robinson hospital. Big stock; paign by this inspiring occasion. son ticket. heroes in the final roll call. can suit any face, match any suit. We wish to express our heart- place, see this .one. Price $150. Fine Line of Jewelry Wanted Good Buttermilk for the B00NE TAVERN NOTES felt sympathy for Dr. and Mrs. Rob- l No. 41. Is a tarm or 55 acres. College hdkery. We pay 12 cents a You only have to make one trip to BEREA, KY. Lieut. Harry H. Cornell, of Ft. erts and their family, in this, their rronting M mile on Dixie Highway MAIN ST. galloif for good quality. See Miss mo millincry store. Wo help you one or tho most desirnblo loca- - . Sperry at Boarding Hall and arrango to soIect U,c rle,lt nat for ,our Par" Sheridan, III, has arrived at tho great loss. Tavern, where ho will tako up his ticular style. Wo Sell Hats. for same. (Ad (Ad. Mrs. Laura Jones headquarters, while stationed hero FALL LYCEUM C0URSEI lor the Military Training. Lieut. The Lilioukalani Hawaifans R. C. Miller, also of Ft. Sheridan, is Named (or the beloved staying at tho Tavern, and Lieut, of tho Hawaiian Islands, this quar- Kquires and family aro leaving this tdto of native Hawaiians present week for tho liltlo bungalo next to a program of variety anil charm ValMr. Dick's house, which will bo that has been received in America homo" during their residenco in with enthusiasm for several seaBerea. sons. Berea, October 8. Among tho other guests at Boono Charles Crawford Gorst Tavern this week have been Mr. and 'The Man Who .Mrs. R. R. Burnam, of Richmond, the Humming Bird" and Dr. Campbell, his mother, and You have three persons in one TO WATER PATRONS Miss Elizabeth Campbell, of Cin when Charles Crawford Oorst, the cinnati. Bird .Man. comes to town. On Tuesday noon tho Special De He is a line artist and will show rTO meet legitimate domestic require-tail of U. S. Soldiers, with tho beautiful of tho merits, water must not be used for speakers? from tho War Trophy birds he talks about, made by him- sprinkling purposes, nor for building opI rain, about thirty in all, were golf from life. Berea, November 18. erations until further notice. guests of Berea. Lunch was served , Mark Sullivan in the private dining room. a new kind of lecturo for lyceunw dealing with the great events ot tho 'day. Mr. Sullivan will speak for LOST Ono lady's and two children's over an hour on tho big events that LJse Water Sparingly Do Not Waste It coats, ono wbito and two blue, somo- - have just transpired or aro Just whero in road between Ledford transpiring and then the audience WHERE water is Used for sprinkling, i T Creekinoro rarm nnd Berea, Wednes- - will take part and ask questions allowed to run, or where water fix-- . lay. Liberal reward offered for ra- - which Mr. Sullivan will answer. tures are not kept in good order, the turn ot sumo to Clay Blovins or Berea, December C. waterworks will exacise its right to disThe Citizen olllce. Forman Woolum Season Tickets good ror all Ibreo continue supply forthwith and without (Adp- -t J) Single Admissions, 25 15 cents. further notice. cents. No faintly tickets this year. FOR SALE Buy a season ticket, nnd savo 30 Richmond Kentucky Twenty acres of land near Big cents. Hill. Houso nnd lot; all tillable: In effect Autruit 20, 1918. three acres of woods, balance in cul- - . ATTENTION HOME SEEKERSI Br HOWARD E. WAY Action of I'red.ntlal A GUARANTEED Cuitodian of I'ropertiei tivatlon. Good road: a bargain at Why leavo tho Stalo to And good Committee Think o( It.Mr Krmtr,bro'iremedr (or hoy ?00. Liberal terms. M, J. Carrier, homes whon Berea offers so many Hoi (bat U olJ under a "Lcl liutnlt Hood." bflE can vnn Bffnr,1 fn l.ln rliniMi i..lntl I, cbolcr Big Hill, ;cy. (ad.) good investments in tho way of PLol- -. Phone in cai wbtn you can Ktl thlt remedy on iuch termi? TOWN 194, COLLEGE 16 of troubla town property nnd country homes? Bourbon Hon Cholera Remedy ! Ktrr.rimt uptK.t ltra.nuilnltnriiriiiiniTxalhiwcbol.n. FOR SALE I Wo holievo wo have, for salo somo J. inn on ir k Iwiur Ib.ii ur ih r kn,wn jviuwlr. or It ..u, not IvmlA ua I 1Kb elruan viuknuiUM. Nice young Jersey cow; Just fresh; of tho best investments to ho found, JWIION HKMHOY COMPANY. l.cilnlon. Kv. I apply to E. B. Scrivncr, Center St. in tho way of town property.buildlng Drug Co. Sold by Porter-Moor- e (Adp-1lots, and farms, but can only de LOCAL PAGE Dean & Stafford REAL ESTATE Best Blacksmithing 1 1,800,000,000 Dollars in Gold i y, ed .,.,' Berea National Bank tte a iia f r ... .ster , rn, im-jsn- - i I ... . i T ru Jewelry Store ' en SAVE WATER! IMPORTANT NOTICE ' A Out-Thri- lls The Height of Style and ue in Women's Coats & Suits pastel-paintin- gs are on clisplay. Visit 6ur store. See and try on some of these CAUTION! distinctive, moderately priced ' , B. E. BELUE CO. Legally Berea College , for CURE i 4) The Man Who Succeeds is the One Who Knows Things 1- - 1 I October 3, 1018. THE CITIZEN Mooro.Harold, Aviation Corps, Colum bus, 0. Moore, George W, 370 Aero Squad, Taliaferro Field No. 3, Texas. Murpliey, Lieut. Ilobt. E. Leo, 183 Aero Squad, London, England. Murray, ('.has. William. 8Hh Div, Ileg, Co. o, int. school. Murrell, Josso L, Bar. 830 N. C. 8, Camp Decatur. III. Nay, Waller, Camp Taylor, Ky. Nenl, Sidney, Battery A. 12 F. A. Ft. Pago Flvo. Shorle, Pgl. Braxton C, Co. K, 148 25 MINERS KILLED IN BLAST Inf, A.E.F, Franco, via N. Y. SMART PEOPLE BUY DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS Short, Lieut. Cyrus P, FL OgleExplosion Occurs at Royalton, III. thorpe, Chattanooga, Tcnn. , FROM General Manager Is a 1 18th Inf, Shorle, Serg. I). C, Co' K, Victim. A.E.F, France, via tN. Y. Shuford, T. II, Co. 0, Radio School, Miirpliyslioro, III., Sept. 30. Tvcn-v-llv- c Great Lakes, III. men nre reported to linve been kilted In nn explolon In the north Slier, Ensign ArvliI 0, U. S. N.R.I. mine of the Franklin Conl nml Coke U. S. S. Raleigh, Post Master, N.Y. ' THERE IS A REASON company nt Itoynltnn, III. The dend Simpson, Green T, Corpus Chrlsle, Intitule the superintendent and general Tox, Co. F, Slh U. 8. Eng. msnnger of the mine. KENTUCKY RICHMOND Moyor, Va. Single, Denn, Electric. Div. Detach ment Enlisted Specialists, Fort Nickel!, Clarence M. D. I49lh Inf, Camp Shelby, Miss. Monroe, Vn. Nlckcll, Ira, Lieut, Camp Taylor, Slcmp, LiouL Alfred C, BaL B. F. A, C. B. ANDERSON WRITES TO R. F. observe precautions against catch- $1,000,000 TO FIGHT GRIP Camp Stanloy, Leon Springs, Tex. Louisville, Ky. ing tho disease, for his own sako SPENCE Holdrcnn. N'dnn. Chad N.. Mb Cm, C. 0. T. S. Smith. An C, II Co. Q. M. C, lft) House Pastes Resolution Appropriat12 Ruo d'Aguesseau, Paris, France. and for tfio sake of his neighbors. Jones, John II.. .Itth P.O.I). Co., A. K. Ogg, Wm. Emery, Co. B, 51 Inf, ing Funds for Aiding Local Health Machlno Repair Shop, Columbus, September 3, 1018. - Dr. William Peters, Cincinnati Boards Throughout U. 8. v F, Frrinre, Vin N. Y. Ohio. Camp Forest, Ga. health olllcer, says: Dear lkib: Jones, H. Clydo, U. S. N. 0. Daso, Osborn, J. 0, Co. I), Cth Eng, A. E.F Smith, Frcdrio L, 300 Sanitary Tr, atI have just received the pictures "The disease, in most cases, Washington, Sept. 30. Tho house Hampton Honda, Va. Ship Co. Field Hospital 321, Camp Sevier, P. M, Now York City. and your letter. You can't imagino tacks those whose systems arc run passed unanimously n resolution apSC llks. Parker, Clnrencn, Camp Sliclby, Hatglad I was hi gel them. Per- down because of fatigue due tf) over propriating $1,000,000 for the public Jones, Lieut. William, D. D, Camp Smith, J. W, Co. 310, U. S. Amb. how tleshurg, Miss. haps you have known the loneliness work, over exercise or not enough henlth service, nlillng local henlth Taylor, Ky. Co, Camp Dix, Trenton, N. J. Parker, SgL Tlios. L, Sanum Arbonnls throughout the country iu comof being far nway from home. I sleep. Jones, Simon, Co, I), 40111 Inf, Fort tillery School, A.P.O, 718, A.E.F, Smith, John W, 4th Co. Inf, Casu- thought I had, but now I llnd that I "To build up rcslst.mre, sco that bating Spnnlnli Infltienzn. The resoluHcnjnmin Harrison, 1ml. als, A. E. F via N. Y. P. M. the sennte, where a via N. Y. felyou get a full night's sleep every tion wns sent toIntroduced by Scnntor Jenkins, Charles N., Supply Co. 35. Smith, Stanley II, Drowned In was mistaken. God pity tho Klmllnr one wns low that doesn't have a homo and night. Weeks of Massachusetts. 322 Field Artillery, Camp Sher- Parker. Robert, Co L, 120th Inf, Mediterranean Sea, 1917. "If you arc working loo hard, let Scrvlco Branch, Greenville, 8. C. man, UilllleoUle i Smith, Pvt. Verne Corbctt, Co. II, friends that lie wouldn't at times give the world to see, and God pity down a bit. WORLD NEWS KcfTcr, Lieut. Allien II., A. S. S. (I Parsons, Chester, Marino Bar, Na.332 Inf, A.H.F, via N. Y. vy Yard, Washington, I). C. "Don't let every little thing worry (Continued Irom Page One) Camp Dirk, Dallas, Tox. Smith, W. J. P Officer' Training the fellow that is not man enough England has said that Bulgaria must Pntln, Ralph, Y. M. C. A, Des Moines, to forget himself and all that is you. Worry makes fatigue. Camp, Porto Rico. Kelly, Hiirton, 0. M. Dept., ColumIowa. "If you liavo a cough, slay out of either demobilize her army or fight dear (o him and do his duly. Smilhcrs. Frank. Co. B, 335 Inf, bus, 0. Sinco tho DeWc have a big Job over here. I no theaters and olher public places against tho Germans. Camp Taylor, Ky. Kerr, Aloxandcr C, U. S. Navy Pearson, Lcland E, 32nd C. 151 pot It., Camp Meade, Md. , above lines were set in typo Bulgacloser you get to it the bigger it where crowds gather. Sparks, Cloyd, Camp Shelby, Miss. Charleston, S. C. U. S. S. Jenkins, Postmaslor, "It is most important that every ria has surrendered unconditionpence, Sgt. E. L,Co. I, 18th Inf. A. seems. Since I have been here I Killln, E. L, Co. C, 117 Inf, Mont- Perkins, New York City. hove helped to carry more than citizen catching the discaso com- - ally to tho Allise; her army Is deE. F., via. N. Y. P. 0. gomery, Ala. I). B. Camp Taylor, Ky. Spenre, Sgt. W. F, 4th C, 1st T. three thousand of ity boys to the pletely isolate himself, sr.that no mobilizing and the Allies aro given Kimball, Paul W., 122 Scrvlco Sqd, ' freedom of Access to tho country Perry, Frank, Co. II, 2nd W. Va. Inf. hospital. They are tho bravest lads one else catch it." Bn, Camp Taylor, Ky. Kelly Field. San Antonio. Texas. Perry, Pcnn, Camp Taylor, Lduis- - Spink. Corp. Paul. 1st Co. Military you ever saw. I haven't yet heard In order that cncli citizen may do with the frco use of all lines of Kincald, Hradlcy. Co. K, 33Cth In'., r vllle, Ky. Camp Taylor, Ky. Police, 108th Train, 33rd Div, one complain or grunt the least. AH his part as. a preventive agent, the transportation. Phelps, Glenn, Ambulance Corps 21, have a smiio and arc glad In have U. S. Public Health Service has isA. E. F., via N.Y. P.M. Kitchen, Sam I), Line I, Ilecruit. Spurlock, Goodloe, U. S. S. Bcale had a part in the big light. Just to sued these instructions that tell how MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE Div, 1st Tr. Ilgd, Kolley Field Fort Clark, Texas. Phelps, Glenn C, A. C. 21, Douglas, nolo their eagerness and earnestness influenza may lie avoided: No. i, S. Pan Antonio, Tex. via. N. Y. P. M. OF REAL ESTATE , InAriz. "Avoid needless crowding Law'son, Albert F., Co. F, Cth Inf, Stafford, Everett D, Co. 3, 50th Inf, of iiurnose. verv few. if any. have Picklesimer, Parncll, Y. M.,C. A, Monday, October 7, 1918 fallen with their head from the foe. fluenza is a crowd disease. Curtis Bay, Md. A.E.F.. via N. Y. Fort Orgletborpc, Oa. "Smother your coughs and sneezes Bracken Circuit Court Slanscll, Maxwell, Bat. I, 0. T. 8., They seem to be reaching forward Leask, Stewart, Con. Ward 5, Daso Pieman. Alger B, 13th Co, 2nd.Pla others do not want ,thc germs Bertha Byar Griffith, Administratrix as if to gai" a few more inches. Camp Taylor, Ky. Hospital,, Camp Taylor, Ky. tnn. Fort Thomas, Ky. of Stilwoll, Lieut. Abner J, Co. G, 32nd Just tho same spirit with which which you would throw nway. Lenvlll, Holand S, 147 Aero Squad, I'ignian. Christopher, Co. II, 335 Inf, "Your ncc, not your mouth, was E. V. Griffith, deceased, and Inf,' Camp Grant, HI. they used to play football. Very A. E. F, via N. Y. City. Sherman, 0. We made to breathe thru gel the habit. Bertha Byar Griffith, who sues In St. Clair, !lay L, Military Branch," 'fqw are seriously wounded. Lewis Corp. Fred. II, C. 'A C. 2nd PIgman, Huram, 35 Co Oth Bn, 159 "Remember tho thrco c's a clean Y. M. C. A. No. 30, Chattanooga, have Frilz on the run, andwe are her individual capacity, Plaintiff Co, Fort Sherman. C. Z. Depot Brgd, Camp Taylor, Ky. Equity No. 1033. Judgmouth, clean skin and clean clothes,1 Against Tcnn. going to keep him going. Lewis. Hugh, Camp Sheridan, MontPignian. Riixooe. C.il. 1, 309 Eng Stout. Charles E, Camp Taylor, Lou"Try to keep cool when you walk I have almost lost myself In the ment and Order of Sale. gomery. Ala. Camp Sherman, 0. isville, Ky. events of the day and forgot for tho and warm when you ride and sleep. Donald Griffith, et al., Defendants Lewis, Noih, Co. L, 10th U. S. Inf, Pitmann, Corbctt. U. S, S. Kcar Strong. C. II, Dept. Hospital, Ma- moment to thank you for the pic"Open tho windows always at By viMuo of Judgment and Order Camp Cusler. Midi, searge, via. N. Y. P. M. nilla, P. I. Lewis, Lieut M. G, Camp Lee, Va. tures. They are very dear to me. homo at night; at tho office when of Salo made and entered in tho ftbovo styled action at the Juno Lewis, Dewey. 12nd Div, Cavalry, Porter, C. M. Clay, Co. E. 330 Inf, Stowc, Robert P, Camp Taylor, Ky. Before I left New York I had to practicable. Camp Taylor, Ky. "Food will win the war if you twin 1018, of tho Bracked Circuit Street, Arvol, Med. DcpL 80th T. A, send back home all letters, picA.B.F, France. Chattanooga, Tonn. tures, and other such matter, so you give it a chance help by choosing Court, tho undersigned, Master ComLewis, Emerson, Camp Wadsworth, Porter, Donald, Musician, J 49th Inf. ' Band. Hdqr. Co, Hatliesburg. Miss. Street, Robert, 25th Engineers, A. E. see I have nothing to remind mo of and chewing your food well. missioner will, on Monday, OctoS. C. Porter, Glenn, 158 D. B, 3rd Tr- - Bn, "Your fato may bo in your own ber 7, 1018, at about the hour of I' via N. Y. P. M. Lewis, James, FL Dllss, Tox. the pleasant faces I once knew and Bid. M 41, Camp Sherman, 0. Yale, J. Harl, Camp Sevier, Army loved. Soldier boys like to get let- hands before eating. 11 o'clock a.m on the premises, in Lewis, Oscar, Somewhere in France. Llchtwardt, Lieut H. A, M. It. C, Powell, Sgt. W. Stanley. Co. K, 330 Y. M. C. A. Sevier Branch, Green- ters and pictures from home. It "Don't let the waste products or the town of Berea, Madison County, Inf, Camp Taylor, Ky. ville, S. C. Inilrmary. Casual Co. 1. Camp takes them out of themselves and digestion accumulate drink a glass Kcnluoky, upon equal credits of six Pratt, Chester, Camp Jackson, 8. C Taulhcc, S'oldcn, Eng. Corps, EI Paso, Colt, 'Gettysburg, Pa. and twelve months for the purchase carries them back home for the or two of water on getting up. Don't use a napkin, towel, spoon, money, sell at public auction to tho Llnd, Lieut. W. E, Signal Corps, Price. Yirlor C, 20th Co, C. 0. T. S, Texas. timejieing. And when he returns Camp tiordcu, Ga. U. S. It. Taylor, Jesse, Co. 13, Reg. 12, Camp he is a much belter man for the fork, glass or cup which lias been highest and best bidder, tho propPuckett. John Allen, Co. G, 149th Perry, Great Lakes, 111. Linton, Loo 8, Died at Camp job he has before him. I liavo had used by another person and not erty described in the judgment and Inf, Camp Shelby, Miss. Taylor, Howard E, Y.M.C.A, 12 nuo only two letters .since I have been washed. Texas, February 3. 1018. ordered to bo sold in this action to "Avoid tight clothes, tight shoes, wit: A certain tract or parcel of D'Aguessau, Paris, France. Lockin. Earl, 47 Aero Sqd, A. E. F, Rackley, Lloyd, Co. J, Oth Reg, Camp here. Perry, Chicago, III. Tcmplelon, It. n, 70th Co. B, Paris via N. Y. P. 0. met Mr. II.- E. Taylor in Paris. tight gloves seek to make Nature land, located on tho South side of Lynch, Sergt. Dora, 52nd Inf. Mil- Ralnc, James Watt, Army Y. M. C. A Island, S. C. Jackson StrecL in Berea, Madison We had a real reunion for two or your ally, not your prisoner. Camp Shelby, Miss. itary Hronch. Chattanooga, Tenn. Terril, B. Harold, Co. M. 1st Pioneer three days. "When the air is pure, breathe all County, Kentucky, and bounded as Camp 5, Inf, A.E.F, France. Mahally, Herman, Medical Reserve. Harney, W. Orville, follows: Beginning at tho NorthSchool will soon assemble. Give of it you can breathe deeply." Suns, San Francisco, Cal. Maharg. Hay, Port Hoyal. 8. C. Ternll. Robert. Cas, Co. 4, 312 A. M. nil my friends my best regards and west corner of a lot owned by Susio Tr., Camp Pike. Ark. FARMS FOR SALE Maroum, Leonard, Camp Taylor, Ky. Reams, Robert, Inf. Co. D. Med. Tr, T. Cooper, formerly Calfeo, with wishes for a successful school year. Camp, Ft. Benj. Harrison, Ind. Reynolds, Taylor, Battle Creek Am- Please remind them, though far Marcus, Charles, 112 Fid. Slg. Bn., If it's farm land you want, I have her lino S. 33 E. 408 feet to Sergt. E. A, Co. C. 3rd Bal Redden. bulance Corps, Allentown, Pa. Co. C, Camp Sheridan, Ala. with his away, I shan't forget them each it, and if you are looking for a bar- lino of E. C. Seale; loon Squad, A. E. F, via N.Y.P.M Roark, Edward, 18 F. A. Med. Dept, Martin, "prgeant Robert, Med. Dept. 19 181 E. feet to evening. I can't say at bed timo be- gain come io me, for I havo tho farm lino N. Reid, Harry B, 33 Aero Squad, A Mill F. Fort Bliss, Tox. Fort Sill, Okla. cause wo don't have that here. Wo you want, at the price you want to corner of Howard Hudson, thenco E. F. via N. Y. City P. M. Roberts. Dean Scott, U. S. S. Ne- sleep when we can. S'oon I shall pay. Martin, Carlylc, Fort Lee, Peterswith Howard Hudson line N. Roynolds, Heeler, Oth Co, 3rd Bn, braska, 10th Div, Fortress Mon- have work in south-westeburg, Va. Franco No. GOO 5 acres of land right in 33 W. 119 feet to tho beginning, con159 D. B, Camp Taylor, Ky. roe. Vav. May. Bruce. Supply Co. 313. 0- - M. C town, al fenced and in good shape, taining two acres, moro or less. It Richardson, William K, Med. Dept., Robertson, Jackson, Co. C, 23rd U. Sj for a few months. N. A, A. E. F. via. New York. When you meet the Club at tho on rock piko in 100 yards of graded being tho same land conveyed to Sill, Okla. Ft. Eng. A. E. F, France, via N.Y.P.M. May, G. II, 87th Aero Squadron, Rural School please give them my sohool, one quarter milo of railroad decedent, E. V. Griffith, by deed of Hire. Augustus, Battle Creek Ambu Rogers, Jesse. Bark Field. M6:nphis, Tcnn. greetings and good wishes from over depoL a No. 1 seven-rooframo. P. Cornelius and wife, dated May lance Corps, Allentown, Pa- Hossie, William, Camp Leo, Va. Marlow, George. Co. 2. Squad. 335, houso witli porches, nico 9, 1913 and recorded in deed book the sea. I would liko' to writo each two-stoRiddle. Jclor P, 14th Co, 4lh Tr. Bn, A.E.F, Franco. Aviation, FL Thomas, Ky. a letter but I don't have time. I yard, hen, meat and wood houses, all No. 78, pago 10, Madison County 158 D. B, Camp Sherman, Ohio. Thomas, Clay, FL Thomas, Ky. McAllister, Fred L, Dental Br, Ho. am working very long hours. Give buildings now, good garden. One of records of deeds. Hitter, Corp. Henry A, Co .C, Fid Travis. Vaud A, Ft. Riley, Kans, Service, Fort Sill, Oklahoma. Tho purchaser will be required them mv address and I shall bo tho best buildings and locations in Sig. Bn, Camp Taylor. Ky. care of M. 0. T. C. McCann, Homer, Ileg. 8. Co. 81, Great to executo bonds with approved glad to hear from each of them. town. Prico $1,800. Roberts, William, 20th Co, 2nd Sec, Trospcr. RalolgU, H. Co. Cth Inf. Lakos. III. No. 500 Farm of 8i You 'can also tell them that it is acres on surety, bearing interest nt tho rato 7th Bn, 159 D. B, Camp Taylor, Ky, Mil. Br, Chattanooga, Tcnn. McCann, John, 309th Eng. Corps. of six per cent per annum from Hdqr. Co. 149th Reg. Trospcr, Ralph S;, 3 Hit Eng, Fort their work in agriculture that country road, "close to mail, teleHobie, Carroll, vCamp Taylor, Ky. inl'Aj ill f.m na in linve phone, school and churches; Ci acres dato of salo until paid, payable to ...... ' lllainr.i tf .j i"'.1,,''., Band, Camp Shelby, Hattiesburg, Benjamin Harrison, Ind. MeComas. Battle Creek Ambulance tho undersigned Commissioner in what wo want to eat. I feel it cleared, fenced and bross-fence- d; Miss. Turner, Fred, 240 Aoro Service, more now Co, Allentown, Pa. tlianvver lieroro, anno fencing good; 41 acres in clover and equal installments, and a lien wilt S'quad, Dorr Field, Arcadia, Fla. MrDavid, Bourko E., 22 Co, 7tli Plat, Robinson, Charles, FL Thomas, Ky, largo orchard, good gar- bo retained on tho property sold to I haven't seen but two roasting ears timothy; Robinson, Fred, Observation Baloon Twirnrd. Otto R, ICth U Ft. Thomas, Ky. of corn tliis year. Many things I den and no better water anywhere; sccuro their payment. Div, Somewhere In Friraco or S. Aero Squad, A. E. F, France. McDavid, James A, Address will bo J. W. Byrno would like to mention but time and a lot of nico timber. This farm is England. Walker. Harry B, F Troop. 307 Cav, appreciated. nearly all level. Seven-rooframo Master Commissioner, Bracken Circonditions forbid. Co, K, Del Rio, Texas. McElroy, II. Paul, 4th Beg, 1st Co, Robinson, James S, Gist Inf, cuit Court. Go to it, and wo will do the samo house, two Wns, 32x35 each; silo A.E.F, via N. Y. Wallace. E. E. Hq. Co, 1st Pioneer 1st Sec, Naval Training Station, and all necessary outbuildings and here. Write mo again Judson Pearl, 2nd ftcg, Robinson, Inf, No. 2,001,895, A.E.F, France Charleston, S. C. granaries. Twenty tons' of hay, 2 C. B. Anderson 2nd Co, Bar. C. U.S.N. Tr. 8, New- Washburn, Major James II, Annls- cows, 2 calves. 2 horses, 2 wagons, BALFOUR WILDS McGuire. Ben, Franco, E. F. Co. M, port, R. I. ton, Ala. Oth Inf, Via. N. Y. Mrs. Frances Keller announces tho INFLUENZA IS HUN ALLY. 0 acres corn, about CO bushels Robinson, Miss Minnie Jane, Amb Welsh, Preston F, U. S. Navy, Eng, You Must Fight It of wheat, about 200 bushels of oats, marriage of her daughter, Lucille McGuire, Leo, U. S. Naval Radio Co, Baso Hospital, Ft. Oglethorpe, Wells, E. J, U. 8. S. Minneapolis, aero potatoes, 0 head hogs, Balfour, to the Rev. Samuel Hugh Some health hints, taken from tho one-ha- lf School, H. U, Cambridge, Mass. New York. Ga. intended primarily binder, mowing machino and rako, Wilds, on September 11 Hi, nt AbingMcGulToy, William, U. S. S. Missis- Rogers, John L, "Over There." Wheeler, Val, Camp Beauregard, La. Post, were Cincinnati, but they are Just as ap- wheat drill, corn drill, breaking don, Va". Tho groom spent vart of sippi, caro Post Mastor, Now YorK Rogers, William, Co. K, 1st Pioneer Whooldon, Vernon 8, U. 8. 8. Miss plicable to Berea. and wo have been plow, cultivator and har- last year in Berea taking n courso City. DIv. .V. issippi, N. Y. P. M. Inf, Camp Wadsworth, S. C. in bricklaying to further equip Frank, U. 8. 8. Agcmoranon, requested to republish them in Tho row. Price for all, 7,000; Medical Wheeler, McKay, J.leuL Walter H, ?5,000. himself for work as a missionary in Hossie, William, Camp Lee, Va. Citizen. N. Y. P. M, Box 7. Corps, Amorlcan Expeditionary No. 1 A farm of 53 acres on coun- Central Africa, whoro ho has laOne negligent citizen may causonn Rust, S. R, 305th M. G. Bat, Co. C, Wiley, Robert, Naval Radio School. Forces. ravaged Bos- ty road, closo to school, church and bored for several years. Ho has Camp Upton, N. Y. 3 Shcpard St, Cambridge, Mass. epidemic such as has MoMullln, Samuel, 159th Inf, Camp Wiloy, Lewis A, Naval Radio School, ton and other New England cities. store, all level, not ono foot of waste been homo on an extended furlough Royso, Foljx, Hdqr. Co. 120 Inf, Cam Hattlesburg, Miss. Shelby, 3 Shepard St, Cambridge, Mass. Spreading to army camps, it is serv- land; nil 'in timber, except ono aero. in order to recover from tho sleepSovier, N. C. Mcnzio, Leonard, 120lh Co, 1st Rep. y, ing the kaiser as an ally by killing A new framo houso, six ing sickness which ho contracted in Bat. U. S. M. A. E. F, N. Y, City Sapp, Claud, U. S. Naval Tr. Camp, Wills, Howard, Ft. Thomas, TCy. rooms, hen and meat bouse, young Africa. Wilson, Miss Ethel May, R.M., Bas'o fighting men. P. M. Portland. N. H. Tho Citizen Joins, tho many friends A nico location and can't A man witli a cough who makes orchard, Hospital 59, Camp Upton, N. Y. Michaels, Manno, Itlchmond Tr. Sandlin. Floyd. U. S. S'. Nevada, 0. of Mr. and Mrs. Wilds in extending Wilson, Frank, U. S. NTr. Sta, Nor- no atlempt to smother it is an ene- bo beat' for tho money.' Prlco School Dtoh, Stalo Fair. Grounds, Postmaster, Now York City. hearty congratulations and good my to health mid life iu tho commufolk, Va. Richmond, Va. Saylor, I.eroy, 20th Co, G. 0. T. 8, Wilson, J. Oscar, Co. 01, Marino Bks, nity, just as much as If he were a No. 508 A farm or 102W acres wishes to them. Mr. Wilds will reMiller, John B, Cambridge, Mass. Camp Gorden, Ga. Hun aviator throwing bombs over bluo grass land; all fenced, all In sume his missionary v)ork, accomBrooklyn Navy Yards. N. Y. Miller, Roliert E., Aux;., Remt. Depot, grass, 10 acres of which is bluo panied by his brido, ns early as Wilson, Joseph A, U.S'.N, Ammuni- Fountain square. Jacksonville, Scott, Frank, A.E.F, Franco. 03.1, Canii Johnston, In lighting off nn invasion of Span- grass; on county road; close to possible. tion Depot, Portsmouth, Va, caro' Army Y.M.C.A, Sellers, Randolph, Fin. ish influenza every citizen is his school, churches and stores; good MIno Plant B'ks. Mookbeo, William, 1st Plat, 87 Sqd. Soxton. Clayton, Aux. Dept., 313 no- water and a houso. This Wilson, Zarhariah, Somowhcro In own lieal 111 ofllcer. Ky. 13th Co, Ft. Thomas, COLLEGE HOSPITAL NOTES mount Depot, Camp Shelby, Miss. There is no prcventivo medicine farm is about 5 miles from Danville, Franco. Morgan, Reuben, Camp Taylor, Soxton, Edwnrd M, Co. M, 149th Inf, Dr. R. II. Cowley, Col lego physiis, thereKy. This is good land; can't bo beat Wiso, Milligan, Camp Jackson, 8. C. for Spanish influenza. It Louisville, Ky. Camp Shelby, Miss. Wiseman. Earl, U. S. S. Allan, P. M. fore, the duty of every oltlzon to for tho money. Prico $150 per aero. cian, has been appointed by tho Morgan, James M, Co.B, 112 F. S. C, Camp Sherman. Chlllicotho, Ohio. Terms can bo mado on most all Government examining olllcer for New York CJly. Div., A. E. F. 37lh Benj. Settle Mark, First Machlno Co, Ft. Wolfe, L. D, 313 Aux. Reg. Sta. Vet. Woodruff, Robin, Engineer Reserve. farms. I havo tho most complete tho S. 'A. T. C. at Berea, and Dr. Morgan, Rufus, Med. Dept., Ft. Benj. Harrison, Ind. Wyntt. Roy, A.E.F, Franco. Corps, Camp Shelby, Miss. list of farms that I know of. Writo Harlan Dudley Us his assisJanL Tho Harrison, Ind. examinations wero begun Tuesday Co. 338 Inf, Sharp, Dewey F, 22 Aero Squad, WoHord, Capt. Luko P, 323rd M. 0. Young. C. Harvey, Fruitland, Now for my price list it's frco. Moore, Edwin, Hdqr. morning at tho College Hospital. Mexico, Forward. Monroo Thompson, A.E.F,via New York City, P. M Butt, Camp Sherman, 0. Camp Taylor,v Louisville, Ky. Waynesburg. Ky. (Continued from Pagn n) Jnckson, John ( 52 Co, 13 I'rov. nr., Cnmp Leo, Vn. Jolinson, Corp. Clyde, HO F. A. 41st Division, A.E.F., via N.Y.P.M. Jolinson, Lambert, Co. I, 32lsl Inf., Camp Jnckson, Colnmliin, S. C. Jolinson, Stnnlcy, Co. No. 45, Pnrls Island; Port noynl, a. G. Jolinson, Stcvo, U. S. N. Haso Hospital, Hampton Roads, Va. Jolinson, Arthur C, 37th Co, 10th Ihi, 1C9 D. B., Camp Taylor, Ky. Johnson, Frank I)., 33rd Co., Oth Iln., Catnp Sherman, 0, Jones, Kliiiii, 21 1 Aero Squad, Park- - HONOR ROLL OWEN McKEE , J I Mar-Arth- ur, U5-N.T- rn m ry SgL-MaJ- or m 1 -2 fr two-bor- so for-far- m, two-stor- $1,-00- In Two Weeks a New Student Has More Friends in Berea Than Anywhere Else Pago Six. THE ClTIZKN Ootolirr 3, lOIff. MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Robert K. Spcncc, Farm Demonstrator and Special Investigator WHEAT YIELDS INCREASED BY turn mid Mm hitter loo compact lo allow aeration and proper drainage. USING RIGHT KIND OF SEED A nill Irwin overlying clny Is a Food Noxt Year's Harvest Deponds on combination. Varieties Suited to Looal COLLEGE HERD GIVEN TUDER- CULIN TEST Dr. I. D. Iteynierson, Velorlnnry Puro Stooks Free From Weed Pests Inspector, representing Hip United and riant Disoanes Conitituto stales Bureau of Allium! Industry, tho Only Tyro That Should i arrived in lleren on 'Ihiesdny of last Bo Sown tuberculin lest to I" five In the Many bushels ran bo added liprd belonging lo ami the "no 1010 Hberlv wheat hnrvest, ran' reap added profltn from rea College, tho purpose of which Increawd yields with no morp limn is furthering Hip work now being the usual labor or expense If Hip done by Hip Federal and Stale own (hi fall is thoritterf for tho control and erad- of SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING 1st Door Training that odd general cducntlon. FOR YOUNG MEN Agriculture, Carpentry, Bricklaying, Printing, Commerco and Telegraphy. FOR YOUNG LADIES Homo Science, Dressmaking, Cooking, Nursing, Stenography and Typewriting. to HOME DEPARTMENT Conducted by Miss Margaret Dizncy, Director of Home Science THE LEADER'S COOKING CLUII Sonio Novel YOUNG money-earning PEOPLE Ways of Serving the Plobian Cabbage Berea's Vocational Schools your power, combined with, 2nd Door Berea's Foundation School V imre niwl Ik well mlnnteil In the lo- - nation of tutif rruloais from live " interview with a rep Door English Academy Course Mills'. Mr "pepiftlldU of tho United "tofk. ' Slates Derailment of Agriculture. rosentntive of this pnppr. Dr. Hoy- For thoso who aro not expecting to leach nnd who 'nro not going The seed should be free from nox- - nlerson staled that the Federal noxthru Collcgo and desire moro general education. It also gives ious weed eeds and not Infested eminent Is conducting a N'ntlou tho best general education for llioso who wish n good start in by destrurlie plant diseases. It wide campaign for tho control of study and expect to carry it on by themselves. should be elean. plump and heavy, this li9nn, which is costing Hm If there is any doubt nbont what people of this country a sum each 4th Door Normal School varlpty producer Hip best yields in a yenrwhich ig positively staggering This gives tho best training for thoso who expect to teach. Ho clvpn loealitv. the arower should whon fully comprehended. Courses arc so arranged that young peoplo can teach through tho consult his county agent. Stale ngri- -' pointed out Hint at seven of Hip mid summer and fall and attend sahool through tho wlnlcrand spring, live-stocenters, cultural college, or write to tho die - western thus enrning money lo keep right on in their courses of study. Uiiited Slates Department of Agri- - enough cattle anil hogs were con Read Dinsmoro's great book, "How to Teach a District School." sent lo tho tanks to bo denmed and culture, Washington, D. C. n made Into fertilizer during the year Use Stocks Academy Course Home-groof 5th Door wheat should bo 1910 to mako fifty train-lonThis Is tho straight road to College best training in Mathematics, used for seed wherever possible. forty cvr3 cnoh. Science, Languages, History and. nil preparatory subjects. Tho "And," said ho, "this condition The best seed to pet is that of an Academy Is now Borea's largest department. wlnplpd variety which has been prevails in spito of the fact tuber prnwn continuously in the locality oulosis is a preventahlo disease and Berea College for some lime, provided j is pure. can be controlled with comparative 6th Door This is tho crown of tho whoie Institution, and provides standard Tho idea that varieties "run out" case, if the people can bo awakened courses in all advanced subjects. if prown lone in onn section. i only to tho seriousness of tho situation." an expression for the fact that they Tho authorities at the head of the A Temporary Raiso in Board is forced by war conditions. For are allowed to become mixed and movement regnrd it as a purely twcnty-flv- o years tho board has remained tho.eamo in Berea, but the weedy and diseaso infected. Chang-in- p economic question. In other words unusual situation in which tho whole country finds Itself now makes the kind of wheat prown should it is a question of dollars and cents, it impossiblo for us lo live on the samo money as wo have in tho past bo done only for tho purposo of and they direct attention to tho This adds Sfl.GO to tbo former expenses of tho girls and 115 CO to peltinp a proved better variety. It fact that the disease is increasing tho expenses of tho boys, but still leaves tho cost half that at other is often desirable lo do thKproviiled each year, and that each day's doschools and "cheaper than staying at homo." it is demonstrated beyond question lay in beginning action for its con-th- ot the new variety is better for trol is endnnporing tho live-stoPAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental feo and room rent industry of the Nation. that locality. by tho term, board by tho half term. Installments are as follows: extra-- 1 "new" varieties, Tho Doctor explained that the advertised at fancy prices, thorities propose to apply tho FALL TERM be disregarded completely. bereulin test to all pure-bre- d herd, Expenses for Boys The varieties recommended by the or herds where pure-bre- d VOCATIONAL AND sires are ACADEMY FOUNDATION SCHOOLS AND NORMAL COLLROR Slate experiment stations or other being used, in an effort to improve Fco $ 5.00 0.00 authorities for the several districts the herds, provided the owner will Incidental f 7.01 7.00 7.00 7.00 within a State or repion aro the sign tho repular form of agreement, Room 12.25 1225 1225 ones which should be prown. which provides for Hie removal of Board, 7 weeks Amount duo Sept. li, 1MI8.. 21.25 25J25 2025 In Kansas for example, tho Kanred. any and all diseased animals from Board, 7 weeks, duo Oct. 30.. 1225 1225 1225 an improved strain of Crimean tho herd, cither by slaughter or Total for Term '3050 38.30 wheat, is commonly prown in place strict quarantino measures, No chargo is made for the work of tho Turkey and Kharkov. Tho Expenses for Girls introduction of theso hard red done by the Bureau or Slato In- - Incidental Feo S 5.00 $ 0,00 I 7.00 Golum- - speclors, and when the herds have Iloom winter wheats into tho 7.00 7SH 7.00 bia Basin of Oregon and Wash- - successfully passed two annual, or Board, 7 weeks 1050 "1050 1050 inpton, tests, they will and .elsewhere in the three Amount duo Sept. 11. 1M8.. 22.50 2350 2450 Pacific Northwest, lifts increased be placed upon tho Federal and Board, 7 weeks, due 0 1050 30.. 1050 1050 yield and quality of the wheat pro- - State Accredited Herd Lists, and a Total for Term 33.00 '34.00 '35.00 duced. Poorer varieties are being certificate will bo issued to tho This docs not inoludo tho dollar deposit nor monoy for books or displaced rapidly. owner, which will be good for ono laundry. '" year from the date of the last test Ron tfln Qaail (n llin Flail! Special Expenses In Addition to Incidental Fee Bntlnrai ' Tho best way to be suro that tho These lists of Accredited Herds arc Fall Winter String seed wheat is Tree from mixture to bo published from time to timo Stenography and TypewTitlng 514.00 $12.00 110.00 with other varieties and also from ( and sent broadcast throughout tho Bookkeeping 14.00 12.00 10.00 weeds and diseases is to inspect tho country, and the owner of a purc- - Bookkeeping (brief course) (regular courso) 7.00 0.00 6.00 bred herd who is ablo to havo his prowihg field. Each farmer should Business courso for students do this in his own fields and neigh- - herd so listed will be fortunate in- In other departments: horhood. When his own variety is .deed. 10.50 7J50 9.00 Stenography not well adapted or otherwiso of Dr. Reynierson will bo glad lo Typewriting, with ono hour's , inspect give the details of the plan to any-flegood quality, ho should uso of instrument 0.00 , 7.00 5.00 of adapted varieties grown by ono interested, and every owner of Com. Law, Com. Oeog, Com. neighbors and arrange a herd or cattle should bo interested, some of his Arith, or Penmanship, each.. 2.10 1.80 1.50 Tho Doctor spoko in tho highest to obtain seed from them after threshing. many instances, ho terms of tho sanitary condition and In no case will special Business Fees exceed $15.00 per term. In can arrango to have speoial caro general surroundings of tho herd All students do somo work with their hands from six lo sixgiven to this field at threshinp time, and dairy barn of Berea Collcgo. teen hours a week as janitors or In tho farm, carpenter shop, printmixture in order to prevent ing office, laundry, boarding hail, ofllce, etc., and rcceivo pay which Such caro is especially desirable DON'T FORGET OUR BEREA AGRI- - reduces their expenses. this ycar.'when tho supply of seed CULTURAL FAIR, OCT. 24, 25, 26, Any young man or young woman can get an education 'wheat retained on tho farms probab- -; at Berea if thero is tho will to do so. CINCINNATI MARKETS, ly is smaller than ever berore. If; the best seed availablo is not frco! . Hay and Grain, If it is impossiblo for any young man or young woman to bo 1 "'nolliy ?' 'from weed seeds the best nossiblo in school the full year, by all means they thould enter for a courso dur stniKLiid s:ii T'.TSl', Vo. 1! &U..r.O& cleaning should bo given it. ,.,()Vl.r llllv, ?:!0g.:U No. ing tho winter and spring terms. Seeding with a drill always is ad- - clover mixed $S.rO0".MJ.rO, No. .1 de Tho public schools will close about Christinas nnd tho teachers visable. In general, early seeding vt'f ' '".w wllUo 77178,., "8"8e. and advanced pupils should not bo idlo through tho long winter eives better results than late seed-- 1 MllIHur,,9a",No- - 2 wl,l,eNo. : white mg. Whore thcro is danger from 770 77Hc. No, 2 mixed 7O0""c, No. months but should be studying in Berea where tho best education can bo gotten ror least money. mixed ri4 (k-- . tho Hessian fly. the timo or seeding should bo in . accordance with tho whitenST-nm-. -' ., Applicants must bring or send a testimonial showing that they an o, 2 yellow best advice given on this subject , N(, ;, .,.,mv ?i.w,.,OT pNo. - above 15 years old, in good health and of good character. This may b country. A mixed $l..H)fl'1.00, No. It mixed Sl.noTO for each section of tho signed by some former Berea student in good standing or some reliable l..rM, white ear Sl.)f?l.a. yellow ear chart, showing tho wheat-sowin- g teacher or neighbor. The use of tobacco is strictly forbidden. dates to thwart Hessian fly. may bo Butter, Eaas and Poultry, For information or friendly advice write lo the Secretary, .obtained from tho United States DeButter Whole milk creamery extrns partment of Agriculture at OHc, centralized creamery extras 01 He, MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Ky. firsts fiStyc. Kpgw Prime Jlrsts 10c, firsts Ue, ordinary firsts tie, seconds 118c. ' ml General Education for those n0t far advanced, combined with soma vocational training. No matter what your present advancement, wo can put you with others like yourself and givo chanco for most rapid Improvement. 3rd ' Berea's ' Berea's ck Homo-Grow- ds Berea's Preparatory The pleblnn onblmgo is a winter i rronch Cabbago vefelnblo for which tho housewife Select a while head of cabbago ought lo bo doubly thankful bocnuso and aflor boiling it In the manner of its culinary posaihllilios nnd lls described In tho above rorpo chop rood value. Cabbage is onq of tho line and nllow it lo dram imlilquilo vegetables which contains a vegota-- 1 dry, stir in salt, pepper, butler nnd bio proteiil. Pmloul is ono of Ihij four tablespoons of cream. Heat chief constituents or meal and there through and add two well beaten Is no inherent difference betwoen eggs nnd turn tho wholo into n but-tnniimil and vegetable protoid.j lered frying pan, stir until very However, if we wero to eat vegctn- - hot ami allow it lo brown under-bl- es proleld there would be too neath. Put a hut dish over tho pan nuirh bulk in the diet and It wo and rovereo so Hint tho brown under wero lo onl moat nlono thoro would! side will ho on top when served on be loo liUJo bulk. And n certain n dish. amount or hulk is nurtwsnry fer Raked Cabbago the proppr digestion of the, food. One head of ruhbime; two eggs; Cabbage contain about ono-lia- ll two heaping tflblospoons of bacon; per cent of pmtnid and fat, one-ha- lf table-poo- u per cont of carbohydrate is dolor--' two Inblrsnootis of milk; one of butter; salt nnd pepper. mined by Hie amount or cooking. Trim and boil the cabbage until Young and lender cabbage contains lender in plenty or sailed water, cells whlrh have sorter walls, hence taking earn to change the first wn-le- r, are more easily crushed :mI elvn pre out nil inoislure and chop tint of their substance moro readily flue. Now mid the buttt', milk, than the older cabbage. Cabbago Lwasouiugs, ami eggs well beulen. Is sold at this lime of the which year has older colls, hence requires Mix ami turn into a baking dih and Imke until well browned on top. more cocking. ' he fr The food chopper ' t. . is tpilto handy Coloannou dishes. iw preparing the cabbago ror tunny The coarso cutler shdulil ueu. r 1 ck ed talk or celery; one bunch or herbs; one pound chopped round stonk. Cut the cabbago In hair and soak in cold water two hours. Boll quickly for ten minutes In snlted water. Iirriln nnd remove llio center con. Slice celery, carrot and onion nud add witli herbs to tho meal. Stuff meat into the conlor of tho 'cabbage, and tie tho two halves lo- -! gether. Cover with water and two tablespoons of fat and simnior an- oilier half hour. Itemovo to a hot platter and servo with tomato sauce. I'l'his may also be baked in a baking dish ami doited with bread crumbs. -- Hraised Cabbago Ono medium sized head or onb- Imce; one carrot; ono onion; one Boiled Cabbago semi-annu- al Cut a head of cabbago into rour parts, soak n hair hour in salt wator to draw out any insects which may be in the leaves. Drain, cut in slices put into a largo quantity of boiling water. Add a tablespoon of salt and cook 25 or 15 minutes ac- cording to the age or tho cabbage, Drain into n colendar two minute, fine niter removing tho core, season with sail and pepper and but- ter, allowing a tablespoon of butter to n pint of cabbage. Cabbago cooked in this manner will he more easily digesteil and more delicate of than will cabbage cooked in one water. Changing the water Is said to help tho digestive process. Six cups of boiled nihhnge; timo cups of muslipd potatoes; tbreo heaping tnbletpoons of butter; one cup of milk; salt nnd pepper. Mix cabbage, potaloen, buttermilk and 'seasonings. Place in a buttered baking dish, dot with more butter and bako to minutes in a hot oven. Serve with meat. Stuiled Cabbage No. 2 One head ol cablmge; one cup of bread crumbs; one pound of snu- age; one epg; season lips. Cut the heart from n solid head of cabbage and fill the cavity with n ",rc" In,,,lt "m,1 of H)und of coun try suusngo. one cup r bread erumbs, one egg and if the sausago is I,ot highly seasoned, a level tea-- ! lH,onrul of poultry senoning. Tio a "U' "round it ami boil for two Servo with tomnto sauce. a substitute for sausago any cold cn e finely ground umil 0,1 nml utilized. Cabbage Mould ' Ono head of cabbage; ono pound or minced moat; thiok while sauco or one egg. Cut the interior from a head of cabbage. Hcservo this. Wash tho ouler lunvos in salted water, exam-chining them carefully ror insects, Place in a steamer and (111 the center with meat hails mado of ground raw meat and white sauco or egg. It tho white sauce is used measure or four teaspoons of Hour to thrco or butter nnd ono cup of milk. Steam until cooked and then servo with tomato sauce. op s ' Don't Trade Liberty Bonds For Anything To successfully finance tho war It Is necessary that ownors ot Liberty Bonds hold their bonds If poxslblo. Whero for any good reason It Is neces-sary for them to turn their bonds lnto cash they nhoulil seek tho ndvlco ot 1 returning n much'HTKher Income than tho Bonds. Thcro nro various other methods used nnd llkoly to bo used, somo of tho gold-bric- bls ' able-bodi- ed When ships slide down tho wirys Ono method Is to offer to exchango for 27 days nfter tho keel Is Is Id, g Liberty Honda stocks or bonds of Is going some. This Is n doubtful orcanlratinnarepro,nntel-ni- i Joy riding of construction to which nobody wants n speed II wilt nttnehed. their bankers. Liberty Loan Ilonds nro very dcslr-- i ablo Investments, nnd crnfty In dividuals aro using various means to secure them from owners not familiar with stock valuos lind llko matters. crudo nnd probably within tho limits of tho law. All offers for Llborty Bonds, oxcept for money and nt mar ket value, should bo scrutinized carefully. Tho bonds are tho safest ot ln vestments and havo and other vnluablo features. To hold your Liberty Loan Bonds, II posMblo, Is pntrlotlo. To consult your bankora before soiling them Is wis. vnrloty and others less Liberty Loan Mother Goose 1 mado now. Big wheat yields heifers, extra 11 12.50, food tocholen common to aro produced on soil which fur ,$10010.70, $!).7.'.t1.o0, fa $701.W): g cows, o diolcu .nishod a firm yet llrablo seed bed &.rw l)..V). common to fulr ?0.7.lfi)12; to allow good suriace uraiuago canners jiuklmi. Hugs Selected heavy blilniiers nvnp n nnmnnnt snhnoll. The erotind $l!i.2!H.j l!l.!tTi, good to choice should havo sufllolent natural slopo nnd hutdiers $tl..15, medium puckers WQ and should bo provided with subsoil WM staus $110il. common to fat vjiv can this fall Inoreaso bushola 1 n,n.i.. ii. huimhj iiiu BEST SOILS FOR WHEAT n. no increased n..ci ay rations in tho proper Cattle Shippers Sl.'IQ' 10.50, noxt year's yield by adding steer, extra $Uftl.VJ3, good tobutcher choice to ovory aero thru prepa- SlL'ff ll, common to fair $7..Vlf(ll: ', "ui,n;f7.Vrro u;r ovV'pa v . -- ".1 " ' over, c; do, under 1 His, lITic; roost- sowing seen ere, me, Live Stock. kind of soil .' l ."'.?. ' Berea College Hospital Best Equipment and Service at Lowest Cost. Wards for Men and for Women, Private Rooms, Baths, Jilectric Service. Sun-parlo- Surgery, Care in Eye Treatment, Nose and Ear, General Practice Child-birt- h, drninngo. Tho soil should havo plenty of vegotablo matter ami plant food nnd should not bo acid. Loams, sill loams, olay loams, and somo of tho olay soils nro host typos for wheat, Sandy soils and many heavy olay soils aro not so sultablo for wheat growing, tho former being too looo in (oxliirn to rotaln mols- - kow .$ 1 "J f( 17.2.1. (111) Ihs nnd less) $ l.'l18. $10.50 10.75, pood to cliiilcc $0.50 ii 10.25, common to fair $1SS.50. 11), light shippers $18.2.1 (dps Sheep-Kx- tra Come in and visit an establishment, which is a friend in need, and in reach of all the people. "I l" Wat Good. "I Is," begun a small student. "1 nm, promptly corrected tho teacher. 1 "m tho nl"th luUl'r ot tno ul',m' bet flnlglltH, ,u boy1Joy.B Lire. Robert H. Cowley, M.D., Physician Mrs. Anna Powell Hackett, Superintendent diddle diddle, the kaiser's war fiddle ls playing a sad, woeful tunc. The surest way to stop the noise Is buy many Bonds Buy them soon I TIEV Get to Berea Right Off with $30 for First Payment, and $70 More in Reach for 5 Half-Ter- m Installment October 3, 1MB. THE CITIZEN THE GREAT HOME-COMING I'ago Sovcn IMMOVED UNtrOBH INTERNATIONAL SUNMTSCnOOL lly nRV. UnRllnh 1UU In tlio Moody DlLle Inntltuta uf CIiIcoko.) (Copyright. 151. Wtern Newpspr 1'nlon ) Trarlicr of Lesson I. II. I I IT.WATKH. D. D., ' LESSON FOR OCTOBER 13 ADRAM'8 GENEROUS TREATMENT OF LOT. 11:1.11; H:l-I.lCBSON Tr.XT-Ocni'- dln OOI.DKN TKXT-- A friend lovth at all tlnien, ami a brother U lmrn (or DKVOTIONAI. ii-:- i. 17:17. UEADINO-Itom- ani I. KOIl 1SUS-U- ADDITIONAL TKACIIBltS-Oenc- ila MATMUAt. 11:10-1- 24; ; I. Abram and Lot Return From Egypt (vv. Alirnm wont Into Egypt because of n famine. No (luulit tint famine was sent In Judgment for tlit atiiH of tin! people, lint nlso for Abrnm' wiko. IIu needed the graces of III henrt developed. IIu needed to In? tniiKlit tliu wciiUness of Iitt own henrt, mill the fnltlifulncss of God. Tlu clillil of God In not promised exemption from trhils, tiut prnco ruifllclciit to endure them. Alirain fulled. In the midst of Ills trials he wont off to Key il without God's direction, whero ho got Into trouble. To tnku one's own way nlivny brings him Into trouble. IIU expedient to save his life was unworthy of Alirnm. He lied, nnd n lie In never Justlllnhlo. It Is much better to die tlmn to lie. Aliriiin ty ircvnrlcntlnn deceived tho king, hut ns noon ns tho truth wns known he wan tlinut out. Though Alirnm had strayed from tho pathway of fnlth, he had the Rood sense to k "unto tho place where his tent had been In the hcKlniilug, where tho ultnr was." This showed that he was willing to confess his mistake, and llfo ovqr ngnln. This Kgypt experience was n hiss spiritually to Ahram, thoush he became rich there. Increase of riches Is no slcn that n man Is In fellowship with Rod. II. Abram and Lot Separate (vv. 5-11). The goods of both Ahram and Lot greatly Increased. When they attempted to settle down, trouble arose between their herdsmen. This Is the first record of trouble between relntlves over tlnunclul matters. Itlches often Interfere with friendship. They kindle Jenlousy nnd strife between men. They etiRender creed nnd selfishness In men. Many times members of the some family nre ctrnnged from inch oilier Tor the throuRh strife for wealth. chosen of God thus to uuurrel In utter folly nnd criminal, especially when the enemy of the Lord's people looks on. "The Canaanlte nnd the Periaalte dwelt then III tho land" (v. 7). It Is bnd enoiiRh for (Sod's children to quarrel, but to do so In the presence of the world which ilcllght therein Is Rreatly to sin. Abrnm's behavior Is u fine of the art of living together peaceably. The disgraceful situation s projHxrtMon wns relieved by n from Alirnm. Lot wns allowed his choice. Separation Is sometimes necessary. Though he owed all to Abram, his selflh heart cnused him to RfHsp for the best. Lot's action shows that his stay In Egypt was ruinous to htm. 1'crhnps he chose the plulus of the Jordan because of their resemblance to Kgypt. One ennnot go Into Kgypt without being affected by It. This wns n fatal choice for I.nt. The motive nctuatlng him was worldly advantage. Though he for nwhlle prospered, It wns an expensive undertaking for him. I.nt with nil hts goods wns taken nwny when the confederate kings come against Sodom. He Is an example of one snved so as by fire (I Cor. .1:11-15Ho set his affections upon earthly things, nnd the time came when he had to separate from them. The world nnd Its lusts pass nwny, but he that doeth the will of God nhhleth forever Lot wns not wholly (I John 2:15-17)- . corrupt: he was n man who allowed tho world to Ret the better of him. Once his money nnd his family were In Sodom he simply endured tho longing to escop'o from It (II 1). be-K- in pem-rou). wick-ednes- s, John r. Smith Tito first duly of every American nt present Is to help win tlio wnr. I'.very ounce of might, money, nml men Hint cnii ho brought lo bear should ho centered on Unit ono main object. Hut nlong with our imiiicilinlo preparation for n milllnry victory, wo wIid remain here should begin lo think ami plnn for tlio groat liuino coming of our hoys after tlio war is ended. It will not ho long, wo hope, re begins. A tills home-comigreat army of men will turn their faces westward lowurds America, our homo and theirs, anil will rejoice, lo set foot again on tlio homo soil. We should begin lo mako plans to recoivo them. Tho wounded will bo cared for. Th6so who havo given n liatul, a leg, or an eyo will bo taught a useful trade. It is for tho the unhurt, lhat wo should also prepare. Those husky young fellows arc learning some of I ho greatest les sons tho world litis over taught. They aro becoming tilled with some of tlio loftiest thoughts and ideals that mi man kind has ever known. Tlioso who came from homos scattered in tho open country havo learned what "means. All havo learned how slmplo and easy it is for Protestant, Catholic, and Jew to live and flght side hy side in a com mon muse anil for a common object. All have learned how tho Y. bo-foan Peter III. 14:1-1-10)- . 2:0-8)- . Abram Deliver Lot (Genesis TIiourIi Lot's trouble was the result of his selfish choice, Abram'smagnnnlm-Itof soul expressed Itself, taking up nrms to deliver him from the oppressor. This wos because Abrnm wns a man of faith. Faith trusts God and fights for the right. While Lot suffered from his evil y choice, Abrnm was Rreatly prospered. He grew rich In temporal things, while at tho same time he wns rich toward Ood. It were much better to havo Ood nnd it poor piece of land, than n rich piece of land without Ood. When Lot was Involved In tho ruin of his sad cholco Abrnm had tho power to deliver him. Abram's whole llfo shows that those who mnko obedience to Ood first Ket tho needed worldly gain (I Kings 0:5-1Matthew 0:33). Scripture Penetrates. So far as I huvo observed flod's dealings with my soul tho flight of prenchors sometimes entertained me, hut It was Hcrlpturo expressions that did penetrate my heart, nnd In n way peculiar to themselves. John Brown Haddington. Hlet ori lliey who, lout, undone, lteit by faith In OoJ's own Bon; blood litest who lake by precious Itefugo In the eternal dod. They by truth nre thue ct fre, nock ot A km. hid In Thee. Dlett Are They. FROM HARLAN FRANKLIN uncross in llfo lo having been n quarter of an hour before my lime,' Soinowhoro In Franco, Hl Lord Nelson onco remarked. from lieut. cleveland and woro adrift on tho deep nnd victories, loo, wero victories ofi August .11, 1018. briny. frost speed. . My principal occupation has bocii1 Dear Prof. Edwards: September 19, 1018. Tho cryvof every American woman Dear Mother: Just n fow linos to let you know sleeping. I've qullo a hit of work should ho lo her Government to do beforo arriving In Franco, but that I am gelling along all right, and It seems ages since I saw you and "Spend money faslcrl" Every ounce got am resolved to dovoto tho first week that I still think or my Horca thought and energy during Father in Columbia. Hut wo on lo Morpheus. of her friends. away in very good shape, right I havo been on the front for n tho thrco weeks dedicated lo tho When you read in tho papers noxt the tick of tho minuto. Our trip to . fourth Liberty Loan should ho em month that so many more thousands short lime and havo no Idea of bow unmentionable ; Atlantic por nnd ployed in arousing in her own I will stay here. I had rather an unspcakahlo of American soldiers have bccn;lng household nnd tlio households of our installation in landed in Franco, I and my handful bo. here than any other place. Of uneventful. Thero was her neighbors an eagerness lo lend Camp waslied Cross courtesy alsev-- , of mon will bo pari of that number. orso there aro dangers which every posslblo penny, and lo lend tho usual I am infinitely glad of tho chaiico come as a matter of course. I can oral stops, and tho men ato and it quickly. for foreign service I'd rather bo an easily distinguish tho screech of tho slept and played cards and gamThus the fourth Liberty Loan may inherent. Gorman shells as they bled and sang in orthodox manner. overseas lieutenant than a domestic come over enmessage of become a lho lines. You hot I was captain. Not that II makes any vi, My llrsl shook camo at Camp couragement to our boys across tho to tlio service. I'd scared tho llrsl timo a shell fell near whero I ran into n Quartermaster tal difference seas; a incssago of unplcasnnl auprobably ho of just as much value me. Now I can duck as any "old gury to their foes. For every bul- ' Major who seemed lost in our area. in Camp Jackson as in Samur, bill soldier." Ho said that ono of the S. A. It. D. I am in tho Battery letin of the mounting millions will diiTcr-en- co lhat fired lho Haltcrics was to go out tho next it makes a big sentimental unmlstakahlo: cry out In tones first gun for tlio Heavy Artillery of to mo. day, and asked which was the host "Wo aro raising a greater fund Every now and then one catches tho A. E. F. in France. Of course I told him I guess school than men anil women havo ever ' prepared. will havo begun a bird's-cy- o view of somo phaso of mo up on itl raised. We arc raising it In thrco mine was, and ho took wnr work which Is vory illuminat- beforo you receivo this, so you will and I immediately set weeks, when smaller loans have Ted Sullivan he quito busy for somo timo; but equipment, ing. Our Divisional llcvicw at Camp taken four. Money is nothing to us lo work, getting our final Funston gavo mo somo understand- drop me a word or two as soon as along swimmingly wo sacrifice it gladly for the sake and wero getting you can. ing of tlio word "Army." The quick- -' wl,tV wofd camo down that wo of speed. For the sake of n Depot at Camp Jackson Sincerely yours, r vlelnrv nn.l the return of our WITO to 1)0 Split, ono detachment urndo mo apprcciato the labour of going ono day, and the rest tho next. hoys lo their homes." making civilians into soldiers. Win- Pvt. Harlan Franklin, 0 WO WOrKCd lilt 0 a. III. 0I1U 1 gOl I,. ,l, a,,irll nf that messacn let c'lcsl(;r's great plant at Now Haven Bt'y E., 42nd Art., ' 11 OH UlO TOad tWCIlty-llirC- O hours a fro Ibn lonn In lilslnrv; prou-1c- m Amor. Forces, G. A. C, arrival in Camp- -a record uoipcu mo to appreciate me trip a loan loo largo lo ho subscribed hy nflPr of Ordnanco supply. My Via New York. 11,0 1 n, for ,or1t- - uf ,fm,lr!:Il0cl! to hanks and business houscs-- so largo the port gave mo a glimpse into little! o next morning I had Cbuy Liberty BondTV that it must come out of tho railway transportation. And now I economies of women. A Mother's equipping my men, cucckcu up an have a vivid picture of a grey, J. HARL TATE equipment, completed white-cappLoan a cry from the heart of Amer my discarded ocean, covered witli a Army Y.M.C. A., Camp Sovicr, S. C. my reports and closed my records. ican womanhood for Speed. thousand grotesquely painted ships, Wo spent the morning cleaning up September 30, 1918. each carrying its tnlto of men and our quarters and getting everything supplies to WORK CONFERENCE SOCIAL feed tho Army in France. The Citizen, Berca, Ky.: Problems affecting tlio welfare of in shape for departure, leaving tho organizarewarding is wonderfully M. C. A., n As there arc a great number of . every man, woman and child in gale of tho Camp on the dot at noon .. tion, can minister to both spiritual S Kentucky men now stationed at miles Kentucky will bo discussed at the We had to march about thrco , ' and physical needs. All havo seen Camp Sevier, S. C, it dawned upon meeting of the Indiana to the pier, getting thoroughly ablo J get ' , letter tho chaplain who speaks to them, combined mo to write a few lines to let tho soaked enroute by a cats and dog9 Confcrcnco of Charities and Cor wo finally head for Europe. Just sings Willi them, prays with1 them, rection and the Kentucky Confer- thunder storm, but arriving at tho now we aro beating up the coast to folks nt largo know something of go out on Sunday afternoons and tho Spanish influenza epidemic Social Work vliich will ho pier singing "Hail, hail, tho gang's join a convoy at play with them. They aro finding ence of another Atlantic held in Kvansvillc, Intl., October all here." It is impossible lo dam- port. There is a possibility of my which is sweeping all tho army gosout that tho real worth-whi- le 8, and in Henderson, Ky., October pen tlio ardour of troops going over- being .able to land there, should wo camps. Tlio disease is something pel of Jesus Christ does not conlike a bad cold or grippo and has a seas. The Bed Cross la,dics were at 0. have lo wait a day or so for a con similar effect as tho first fow days sist entirely of a creed, an ism, a matters which will ho llin nlitn H'illi r i in rn f I na nnnfna nnrl Among the . special denominational program. ,.,w, M.t'voy. But the chances aro that this of fever. If the body is in good .,' ill tin iu lie iiiiiucu vt nun iiiu omiz w, discussed hy authorities of statebo mailod from rance' Aro wo 'hero at homo learning; physical condition and lho patient, nation-wid- e importance arrives in France. Then a bunch of these tilings ns rapidly as tho boys wide and is well cared for it is easily cured Quartermaster and Adjutant Gen will bo the training of blinded and ARCHIE FLANERY'S LETTER in France are learning lliem? Shall and the length of timo is only ten crippled soldiers to earn thcir'own ernl lieutenants swarmed down on we change our ideas, our plans of Somewhere in France, or twelve days. Tlio great danger soldiers' depend- us to mako final check of my rec religious work, our ways of pre- living; tlio care of August 18, 1018. of tho disease is when it turns lo ents; ways of removing tlio growing ords and check tho men aboard the! senting the Gospel so as lo mako Dear Mother: pneumonia which it very often docs which is imposed by our lug. lo Ihem when thoy menace I mado my trip nil 0. K. and am and hence a great many deaths. it worth-whi- le Our departure from land was grent numbers of feeble-mindcome homo again? Will they bo feeling lino. They sure havo somo The disease seems to spread from tlio Government's plan for made in a little harbour tug, but n. people; snlislled with the same kind of a1 l weather over here, but it is tho camp to camp and in a short timo federal, stalo and just tho same it gave mo quite close linking-o- f the some kind of Sunday-schoo- l, thrill. It was a day I had been flrst I liavo f011"'1 silicc 1 lcft lho it is passed and gone with little or authority in treating and I Hko it much heller than the same kind of prayer local no effect whilo at others it becomes discaso; tlio ways in which living for for a long time. The lug Slates. meeting, tho same kind of church "'ought I would. I get more to serious. Tlio discaso camo to our Hie new Injunction and Abatement freiled down the harbour and final-- ! program, or lark of program, thoy than I thought I would, and tho camp thru tho colored regiment Law may be used to light commer- lv lav nlonirsido n Utile six thous-'e- at knew when thoy wont away U water is fine, tho best water I ever somo ten or twelve days ago. It has cialized vice; tho progress which and ton freight steamer, already Kroner-drank. We got real old U. S. A. spread liko wild-flr- o and this mornhas been made in freeing soldiors of loaded to tho guards with a general Should not we who remain vrub, and that is what I like. France ing there were reported moro than vonerool disease, moans omploycd cargo. Wo piled aboard, lho men is a peculiar place in many ways. I two thousand cases in the camp. lo mako plans lo mako our in by tho War Camp Conununity Serv- going below- to their sardino quar ' stitutions worth more than ovor lo ice in making tho soldier's play-li- ters and I reporting lo the Captain never dreamed it was so old The Baso Hospital is now over-ru- n tlio Imys when thoy return homo? i thought England was prct and the Medical Department has tho dan- with inyorders. The ship's officials eloan and wholesome; Thoy aro growing! Must not every gerous attacks which aro being were very much pcovcu al our com ty muoh that way, but Franco has asked for the Y. M. C. A. huts for m,Ie- - 11 13 as ffr 1,oat preneher, every Sunday - school temporary use. Ono hut is now on tlio child labor law; and! ing aboard so soon, since they woro P'1 ll Knglniu! as England is the used as a ward for tho less serious teacher, every Christian grow and made - not yet through coaling and tho ship tlio horriblo condition of many KenUtake on new life in order lo reach s will bo was in a horrible mess coal rat- - - S. A., and England is a much cases and if it continues to spread beautiful country. the boys who aro "over llioro." when It sur wo will put all our huts in tlioir this" Conference, it is down through the chutes, Kixen bv anything I havo ever seen service. Tho Y. M. C. A. men will (hey gel hock home again? peeled, til Uio already strong move- dust Hying everywhere, swarms of I)assos f beauty. Franco seems so old it act as nurses or do anytiiing lo add ments which aro steadily wofking Negroes at work making fast tlio IS THE "MOTHER'S LOAN" to mako Kentucky a bottor place for tlio deck cargo, and frenzied onicers 's impossiblo to imagine such back to tho comfort of lho boys. THIS No one has died in our camp from Heisa member nf tho Hritish Com all its people to live, to work and to yelling through megaphones. How-- 1 woods way or living. They work ovor. we added oilr number to the everything from a, dog up; and you the disease and the hospital authormission to this country, and ho was play. bnrdly ever see anything but two ities say they. aro not alarmed at commenting on the nohiovcmonla of Olllcial meetings of lied Cross confusion without making any ap-- 1 in Franco. a part' wheel carls, and lliey aro about tho rapid spread of tho discaso and preciablo difference, became America Home Service workers and of mem"When the full story is told, it bers of the Women's Division, Coun- of it and were quite blissfully hap-- ! five reel high. They work these lit-i- rv that they think it will soon bo will he ono of tho most inspiring cil of Defene, will bo part of the and soon just as dirty as any. He donkeys; somo of them aro not checked. Tlio camp is under strict ino quarantine no soldier is allowed to records of history." ho said. "No Conference. sailor on tho high seas, lho Exec- any larger than a snecp. ono who has not bein thoro con utive requisitioned gangs of my men bouses and barns aro all together, leave camp without a doctor's pass, Everyone in any way interested imagine it. The port whero your in tlio welfaro of his community to help. I am quartered in a tiny and they set their threshers and they can't collect in buildings or troops land has been transformed and his Stato is invited to attend stateroom with a flrst lieutenant of thresh their grain right in the closo quarters, tlio Y. M. C. A. is forGreat piers this Conference. Reservations for' tlio Quartermaster Corps, who is in streets, and they put tlio straw up bidden to havo any meetings, lecas if by a miracle. moving pic- stretch out into tho harbor; lines sleeninL' and catinc facilities both charge of tho ship's cargo, and it stairs or on tho second floor. They tures, Sunday-schoo- l, of railrond, laid with American in Evansville and Henderson may requires very precise coordination have good looking cows; and they tures or school, or anything of rails by American engineers nnd bo made by writing to Miss Lucy for us to accomplish lho movements bring them down tlio streets to the kind, in doors. Wo havo all traveled by American locomotives, Short Warren, care I'ublio Welfare incident to existence without bang- milk every night. They also have tbeso attractions out on tlio slope of a good many goats, and most of the the hill. All kinds of athletic games, stretch awav toward tho battle Association,' Hoinlerfon, Ky. In- - ing into each other. . lines. Hugo storehouses cover tho piiries as to tho program should bo i'ho ship is a converted German neonle wear wooden shoes. You movies and sloreopticon lectures aro adjoining acres for miles. I loll you, addressed to Elwood Street, Secro- - vessel, and our dishes bear tho name 'Ion t see any young hoys at all; ou popular witli tho men in lho open it is marvelous what you havo ac- tary, Kentucky Confcrcnco of Social of ll.nnbnri?- - S in r i na vorv low 11 see an uiu iicumu W"'Ofc i"-- - air. Last night wo had a stcreo-le- cwork, and the women do as much turo by ono of tho doctors from tho complished! Work, 1100 Starks Building, Louis- tho water and already somo of my! And then ho added, in men have been soaked by waves work as tho men, even the old baso hospital on "Clean Living," ville. Ky. hronkimr over tho forward dock. If, women that look to bo seventy push which was attended by thrco thous"Yon are pouring out money as if LETTER FROM ENSIGN RICHARD wo havo any rough weather we'll wheelbarrows loaded with dilTerent and men. things. H. HOWARD Sunday base-ba- ll and foot-ba- ll all bo confined below decks. it didn't cost anytiiing." I will writo moro next time, for seems to ho tho popular games In 280 Broadway, New York City, Pouring nut money ns if it didn't My men, most of whom had never September 22, 1918. seen lho ocean before, aro all apog U'is is all tho paper I have or can tlio Army during tho quarantine cost anything that is our record in with overvlbinir. from lifo hells to! got. Wo don't havo very good ac days. They can't go to tho city; tho war thus far. Our first year cost Dear Mrs. Frost: I havo completed tho courso at general alarms, and wero delighted rommodations hero, but will havo they can't loaf around tlio tents all us billions more than tho first year reday; they can't moro than fifty como of any other nation. And now wo Annapolis and was transferred to, when a call camo for lookouts lo as soon, when wo got located. I aro asked to raise In thrco weeks Now York. I arrived in Now York sist in tho crow's nests. Wo havo ceived your loiter that you wrote in tho Y. M. C. A. at onco to writo when I was at Camp Mills, July letters; after thoy drill hard all tho lho largest loan ever subscribed hy City night boforo last and tho noxt clmrg0 of soven ,,03tg aboard morning went over to tno irinuno s,ipi nml nircajy two general 21. I will writo you real often week it seems as if thoy aro full of the pcoplo of any nation. when 1 got settled. Willi lovo lo stored up energy which thoy must,,, Wo aro running Ibis war In the building to say "Hello, Howdy 1" to .mns navo ypd g0unded on Arch. all. and who should I find thero count of ovep ncrVous lookouts, expend in some way, and so Sunday most extravagant fashion; and there woman or child In except Clove. It was tho flrst timo great fun athletics seem to be lho only tliinfT.il Is not a man. Tl0 crCAv's nests aro to furnish amusement or oxcitejuontin CLINTON LUNSFORD America who wants it conducted In wo had seen cacn otuor sinco i'COSoy steel cubby holes high up on American Expeditionary Forco. for thorn. Tho Y. M. C. A. (loji'ijoti" any other way. Why? Hecauso wo was leaving Borca ono timo return lho inasls, nccossiblo after climbing August 22, 1018. promoto Sunday athletics wp value speed more than monoy; nnd ing to Yale. I certainly was glad to on some, llflv feel of rono ladder and too. It was his last night furnish them lho oquiprnVflt-iHllHspeed is always extravagant. moro of sleeli 0no can goe Mr. Jamos I.unsford, nl.my i Droyfus, Ky. thoy want it for Sunday me: Speed moans more guns hrough'. hefl i and I couldn't help but think al)0ut lhil.ty mllos froni tll0IU I used to think the moving pMclitro more quickly into play, and more that falo had played a prank on mo wnt0,oli tho last lighlliouso twinklo Dear Father: 1 will writo you a .fow .linos to the product of the devil, but sinco ammunition to feed thoni. Speed keeping us apart for years and then Ijsain,0.ir i,cror0 turning in last throwing us togothor again for a ight. lot you, knowj om woll at prcsont; ( havo been in caJTjT w'oJwJ Jitfv moans ships built at Jliigh cost wagos; It moans fow short hours only to bo separat- learned to oporatY S mSimiMM Wo lav nIon llln coaiu. i0rfor bono you aro tho samo. Wall, of ovortlmo. airplane plans discarded ns fast ns cd soon by sovoral thousands of ,...011i.. fn.. imnrs i,f,irn snilliur' would havo writton soonor, but soo it as one of the greatest factors now Improvements como along. It mllos. Ho and I woro coming baok ,in,i .im triiwlnwn tho harbour, with! have boon at tho front for somo in modern tboaJion. Tho somo "choosing tho lossor which look timo nnd coulda't got to mail any may say menus all this and wo boar tho from tho thcatro when wo ran into ,ts oamouUngod ships rogret. For Otto Ernhorg on Broadway. Ho is as though somo flvo yoar old young-o- ut loltors. of two evils," and wo don't havo to cost nf it gladljf. without nt Camp Mills. It looVcd vory lov htii, 1)00n turnc(i iOOSo with a Woll, I wag in ono battle, and choose t WtTr.nmcPst romombor spood means a quicker, suror victory, and our boys earlier homo nilioh as if wo woro going lo havo a 1)nls, omi a ,,0t 0f naint with IU onmo out safo. Wo aro baok for ff thoso nr4tr''tirH?sTiiii(l wo must lierca rounion. i snail uo gum io ,y,roplanoa droning low ovorhoad rost; tho uormans nan groat tosses. use syrup to sweeten our fruit again. Woll, guass I had bottor oioso. wliotiier wo tho Austrians bconuso thoy hoar from Boron nt any timo for liko groat bumblo boos it was all "I heat tuo moil Then 'wo passed With much love, quilo gripping. did not' know tho vnluo of flvo min I often get lonely ovon hero. Respectfully, Clinton Lunsford, through tho doublo nols which J. Harlo Tato utes." said Napoleon. His rulo for Ens. It. H. Howard, Co E, 107 U. S. Inf., A. E.-viotory was to bo on tho ground first guard tho mouth of tho harbour 280 Broadway, N. Y. City with lho most guns. "I owo all my Soldiers' Letters letter lo-d- ay far-flu- ng . "r ed f lyabS 5-- ed sor-mo- pro-venti- 1 . be-L-- in fash-ioned- me thc" ' aftcr-Ihoug- hl: ' see-jlil- bo-ca- tio wro J C- Page Eight. THE CITIZEN Orlolior .1, 1018. ' ited us a few nights last week, but nothing seems to be damaged very fruit. $12,000, much. Mr. and Mrs. S"am Craft nnd children, and Miss Hallic Hcndrick No. 402. 88 acres. Near good town were visiting in Estill County last with churches and schools. On week. Mr. Craft and family regood pike; it. R. station within a turned to their home at Waynes- mile. New barn and plenty of toville, IIU Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. bacco land, and a bargain at $100 Jesse Simpson. Mrs. Jack Burton, per acre. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY Mrs. John Baker nnd HenrySimp-so- n Rockford No. 300. 112 acres on Dixio highspent Sunday witli Joo Todd and Rock ford, Sept. 20. W. C. Viars way and 1 mile from II. R. station. Sister. Mrs. Hugh Murray and Mrs. Dave Rice, of Indiana, spent last is busy making sorghum. Owing to Plenty of water; good tobacco land; scarcity of sugar molasses is very splendid house; two fine barns. SitFriday with J. M. Powell's family. high, $1.25 per gallon and going uated near the noted Carlsbad Mrs. Mnry Cochran, of Whiles Station and Mrsv Lee Maupin and higher. If you aro going to buy, Springs, Grant County. On tho marS. T. Bowman, ket for 30 days at $10,000. daughter, Margaret, of Shirley, 111., now is the time. spent Monday witli Miss Mary Ann our County Court Clerk, was visitNo. 75. 101 acres on good pike nnd Todd. Horace Cox is visiting his ing his brother, Boh, this week. T. L. Bullen passed thru hero today closo to R. R. station. Good houso parents in Ohio. Green Durham uarn- - "l0 W,,0I wm in wio Northern and family spent Sunday with .las. enrouto to Berea.-Cl- inl 1,1,10 Craw. Fine tobacco land and hns purchased a small farm from Powell's folks. Mr. and Mrs. Robt. pt,cr in Kentucky while J. A. Guinn for $225. T. Ste- J. Blanton, of Franklin, O, spent a few tobacco is so high. $125 per aero, days last week with Mr. and Mrs. phens went lo Ml. teriron on busi-- 1 Several of our tioys are 00,314 ncros in Boono No ,2 Buller Blanton. They will visit ness. relatives in' (ho mountains before havin& llloir qosthnaires llllcd out counly, Ky. .Near ohurchos and .oxt baluruay aim scnool. 0n model road and only 12 reluming to their homo. There has mis weeK. not been any school at this place Sunday aro regular church days atini)es from lho ,oart of Cincinnati, CLARK COUNTY II. C. Oabbard of ,lp 1)Psl mnrket in the U. S. 7 miles for a few days on account of tho Scaffold Cane. Log Lick tins placo lias hoeu worKing in It. R. and car line. Fino Log Lick. Sept. po. Willie Malh-orl- y. teacher being ill. Hamilton on Government buildings. resilience, halls and porches, baso-moof Dallis, Texas, visited his Dreyfus There hns been some frost, but bath nnd toilet.. 3 good 5- brother. J. H. Matlforly, a few days Dreyfus. Sept. 30. There will be Blncksmilh of last week. J. W. Stone was a pie supper at the school "house not enough to- damage anything. roo, tennnl houses. crlfcd to Bloomingtnn, III., yester- Saturday night, October 5th. Every Corn is vory greon and a heavy frost! si.nn 3 good barns, silo, ico house, no grcn.i uamnge. very iiuiu granary, sla t es am crins. oanigo.i day, to see his son who is sick in one invited. Born, Thursday, to rvvouKi n.hospital in that city. Born lo the Mr. and Mrs. Oscnr Chnsleen. a girl. corn is ready for cutting. Several Hen house, milk house, etc. of our farmers aro preparing lo sow nrchnrd. Well wntered and fenced. wife of James Hislc a line 10 pound Mrs. Rhodn Click and Mrs. Martha The Dixie Highway has This farm lays level to genlly roll- boy; father is 00 and mother is 20 Gnmbn, of Bloominpton. III., is vis- wheat. been popular the pnst week with inn; nil of it enn bo farmed with 'years old. Mother 'and son both iting at Luther Kimborlain's for a senlfold Cnno hill has tractor. No hushes, stumps or rocks df'ing well. Mrs. Emma Matherly few days. Mr. and Mrs. John Rob- autos, as-tresigned her school hero and Miss inson spent Sunday with her father, just been completed, and it has been In bother All in good gras except reported the best graded road ever fi or 8 neros. and all in high slat Alpha Summers, of Winchester, was W. D. Lewis, at Silver Creek.-AI- rs. to finish the remninder EtheV Denny, of this place, is very built, considering the rough lull it employed Daddie Todd is visof tho school, We have had several sick at the Robinson Hospital at Bo- was built on. biting fronts here, recently. Boonoy rea. Mrs. Roy Hudson and children, iting in Madison County. Crow and Henry Gibson were honor- nf Miildlctown, 0., spent Inst wook OWSLEY COUNTY ably" discharged from the army, and with Mr. and Mrs.Dan Hudson. Island City returned home Ibis week. Sorghum Mrs. Eva Jones and Mrs. Luther Island City, Sept. 30. - We aro molasses are selling at $1.50 and $2 Kimberlain mujle a business trip to having some rain at present which per gallon in this oounly at this 1 i . Tuesday. Mrs. Laura is somewhat hindering to the cane lime higher than we havo over Winkler and children visited in EsMrs. Kale Bowmaking element. known. J. T. Elkin and wife visited till County last week. Mrs. .loanett man is undergoing a very severe their son, today, who is very sick, Spark and Mrs. Laura Todd left Sat- case of rheumatism at present with nenr Kiddvillo, About 125 men reg- urday for Louisville to see their Several Dr. Hornsby attending. istered in this precinct, September husbands who aro. in camp there. oil men are still coming in, looking to enter" tho Army. 12. ready Mrs. Sprek McKeehan is Tsitinn over the beautiful oil Held of Island Brookshiro sold a sow and relatives at Winchester. Rev. Clark City, contemplating on developing pigs to Wilbcrt Berryman for sixty Winkler filled his regular appointnew wells at an early date. The dollars. Mrs Florence Berryman is ment at the Christian Church, Sun- manager, Mr. Buchanan, claims the very, sick, at her home near hero, day, willi largo attendance. two wells already llnished to bo at this time. Panola paying ones. Mrs. Delia Norris of Panola, Sept. 20. Mrs. Annio Lockland, O.. who oamo 011 a two MADISON COUNTY Chastoen who has been sick so long weeks' Aisit. lias not returned yet on Blue Lick with consumption is no better. Mrs. account of hoi- sick mother. Blue Liek. Sept. 30. The year Mr. k. KHiolt is very low with Laura Cticsniit, of Chestnutburg.and is repeating its old .story. We are something like dropsy, and her re- two of her children, Miss Marie and como onco moro to its nist instruccovery is very doubtful. Tho little boy Archy, were welcome vistive and impressive chapter flow- farmers of this section are hustling itors of her father, tho Rev. A. D. ers fading, leaves falling, clouds around grinding "cane and saving Bowman, Saturday night and SunHeeling, sunlight glowing colder. fodder. Virgel Robertson, of day. Aunt Sarah Morris, the oldThe change in tho seasons is but a Franklin, 0., i visiting his sister, est woman in our neighborhood, typo for human destinies. But IcLUIrs. Susie Bieknell, of this place. passed away a few weeks ago. She us, liko tho Spaniard who always Ernest Walton is. home from tho Ar was upwards of 00 years old. Aunt put on spectacles when eating cher my to spend a few days with his Sarah was the wife of Harden Morout-buildinries, that they might appear larger, parents. Several from this placo ris, and was a faithful woman in her and more tempting, in liko manner attended church at Crooked Creek. home, and true to her convictions review tho beauties and enjoyment Tho Rev. J. W. Richardson has as .n Christian, belonging to the old of the past summer and livo in been holding meetings at Panoln for Baptist church for years. "Precious pleasant anticipation of tho next. the past week with good attendance. ones from us hnve gone, voices we Retrospection of our past should George Lunsford, of Akron, O, has loved aro stilled; Their places are always evoke benediction. Another been visiting relatives and friends vacant in our home, which novcr "red letter day" for Blue Lick has at this place. Mrs. Beacem Thomas can bo filled." John Frye's littlo boon chronicled by having Dr. and severalother members of the girl, who has (lux, is said to bo imWeidler, of Berea, in our midst. As family, who havo been, on tho sick proving. G. W. Harvey, of Blake, was at our placo recently on busiTho road leading from our ness. place to Ida May needs repairing. It would bo butter if Owsley had somo system of keeping up her roads, which would iniluco tho travGood Light Bread and Biscuit eling elcmont to como among us and can be made from aid us hi marketing our products. Wo aro Iruo believers ill Tho Citl-zn- n; certillcales. Robert Oabbard has sold his house and lot at this place to Geo. Pennington. Kliliti Hurley was cnlled lo Indian Creek, yesterday, by The death of one of his brother's children. A large crowd attended the Jackson County Fair, near hero, last week. Herd Herd, Sept. 28. People are very busy in this vicinity sowing wheal, saving fodder, and making sorghum. Several from this place attended tho fair at Bond, Thursday, Friday. nndS'aturday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Pierson and daughter. Ruth, of Oklahoma, are visiting rcl alives at this place. Roy and Elmer Farmer left, this week, for Hamilton, O., where they expect to seek employment. Jim Farmer, who has been sick for sometime, is no better. Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Frost returned home last week, after a two weeks' visit with relatives at Lexington. Chester Cook left. Monday, for his home in Hamilton, after a two weeks' visit with relatives at this place. S. II. Farmer and family arc visiting home folks at this place. I Ii.il for the work, aro reported bet rARMS, FARMS, FARMS! of cultivation. Will grow nny crops elsewhere. Please, do not forget us. Old Undo Harden Cox sold a In Boono, Kenton, Grant and Oalla- - Hint. Rood mother earth will prow. Wo moot all trains willi convoynnco - r...... I.. U'111 Tr.ll, I fix. llllin nm- -I ...IIIHF il ill luilll t,l tin Counties, For Sale Worth $200 per aero, but can bo had and show you tho properly free, of ll'i fill sum of frtOr-- A numlier of the boys for n short while at $125 per aero. I cost (o yon. Call us up or call at 'No. 108. 270 ncrcs In Grant Conn- nro gelling their utiestionnlros lo our .office (Tho Kquilablo Itank A. No. 82. 0214 acres. U mllo to sign. Norman Itlcliardson, of l". Hue barns (00 xlO and 00x38). Tri fences. Well wnlcrcd. Splen good town in Boono Counly, Ky. On Huntington. IniL returned Jiomo (o Wallon, Ky by two Come Irnni In full by the writer. The rum No ccrrwpoivlf net puMlnlicd unl pike; churches and school only frnmo house In good (ho 2(Hh after n week's visit willi H1 n nktrnre of mod faith. Write fiUlnlr. li not for ptiMlmtlon, but railroads and Dlxio highway. Wo Fino brick with aro wailing for you. Only 20 miles .Mrs. lnlr and well wnlored with novcr mllo. and relatives here. I'rank Winkler, of Dreyfus, has failing springs and pond. Ico house, halls and porches and furnace. 1 from Cincinnati, nnd land is choapor ustml his speech was used to ron- - boon visiting friends here tho past out buildings and u good orchard tenant houso. Necessary out buildJACKSON COUNTY hero than elsewheru. ey lliouglils inspired liy tno spirit Weok Bond Another set of improvements along ings; plenty of fruit; well watered. Send for List. sldo making it a ilcsirablo placo for Good land for nny crop. 2 lino Bond, Sopt. 30. ".lark Frost" paid of Ood, teaching us in his clear eon - l Tho Powers Real Estate Company, barns. Lino and cross fenco woven morn. vincing manner that reverence is two families; with plenty of lonae- us his llrsl visit Inst Sunday LEE COUNTY Walton, Kentucky coland, and within ono-thimllo of wire. Lays well. Cheap at $15,000. Ing, and put everybody to hustling the first element of religion, nnd Boattyvillo and mak when wo willfully absent ourselves to gel done saving fodder Beatlyvilo, Sept. 30. Fodder sav- uhurcli, school and stores. Price No. 372. 123 acres. 1 mllo from CROSS TIES WANTED tng molasses. Nothing was very se- from a placo of worship on tho Sab ing nnd sorghum making is tho or- now only $30,000. It. R. station in Grant County, Ky. J. T. bath wo aro ignoring God by treat- der of the ilny in this County at The Regional Purchasing Commitriously Injured by the frost. On piko;. churches and schools; do- No. tOO. 200 acres on Dlxlo high Mrs present. Tho Four Hi Liberty Loan tee is in (ho market for railroad Brewer and .lohn Seals havo re- ing him willi irreverence. "!,..! r. ....I fu Harlan County, where Weidler and Mrs. Noble, teachers in rmmmiiMi v:w nneneil mi here Sal- - way. Good barns and house, alio ...ii. i.nii. ...... . turned from ii ... r cross ties, and stands ready lo n-othey have been at work, lo make out Borea College, were visitors at Blue unlay with n big parade, speech now tenant houso; good fences; frttlf. nnil wnfnr ti'iill frpnaaml' c?nrul rriid tin in n tin uiuj mu uuim lilu and kindly as- making, etc. From tho outlook now plenty tobacco land; well watered by the Ho makers, and will pny for their (juostionairos. County Judge Lick Sunday-schoo- l, tobacco land anil 3 good tobacco them Immediately, upon InsiWfion. Johnson is making molasses for Hud sumed charge of tho classes usually wo aro of tho opinion that this Vi mllo from R. R. station and 2 barns; 1 feed barn. Bargain at All persons having limber to cut InPrice. It. J. Wolfo and wife havo conducted by Misses Miller and Sar- county will go over the top as she miles from excellent graded school $10,000. and 3 good churches. Two rail to cross lies should communicate recovered from attacks of flux, but gent, who were unablo to ho witli generally does in evryl)iing. their little infant baby died of tho us, whose absence, was seriously re SupL J. P. Thomas has been visiting roads. 30 day price to sell, $25,000. No. 212. 130 aero farm with now willi Inspector M. I). Sohrlvner, Quite n bevy of student schools in tho county for tho last 7 room dwelling. New barn with Richmond, Ky relative lo price, in- same disease. Henry Shepherd has gretted. No. 100. ttttnllo Dlxio highway. girls from Owsley County, now in two weeks, and in addition (o his bascment. "All new" and u bcautl spool ion, etc. sold his farm lo Ambrose Moore. Splendid new house; two new barns; Misses I.ula and Ilosa Moore entered Berea College, were entertained by work lie is urging all tho children to pretty well fenced and on good pil.'u; ful location. Only 13 miles to Cincinnati and I miles lo County Scat SPECIAL NOTICE TO FARMERS the teachers' examination at McKee. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Flanery, Saturday buy Thrift Stamps, and War Sav- 2 miles from i It. R. stations (Q. September 20. and both .received night ami Sunday: Mnttie and May ing Stamps, and it has jind its elTcct. C. nnd L. & N.). School and church of Kenton Counly. Good piko. Price AND SPOKE MAKERS Myrtle Main- $13,000. East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else tor. onl(,'! - ,,. - m rd !..... ' Rowland. Mattio and ous, Kissio Mainous and Kathleen, McCollum. Coyle Coyle, Sept. 28. "Jack Frost?" vis- Tho children are getting busyln all Capt. George Sutton tho schools. was visiting his parents, Judge J. II. and Mrs. Sutton, last week and his many friends here, and also working in the interest of tho Fourth Liberty Loan nnd the organization of the Four Minute Men ih this county. Capt. Sutton has been at Camp Taylor since last June. Miss Vesta Francis, of Fincasllc, and one of our best teachers, was in town last Saturday. es tho best in Prico $20,000. North Kentucky. No. 85. 103 acres. Modern housn with bath, etc. On good piko and closo to It. II. station, schools and churches. New barn and plenty of We will discontinue lho purchaso acres of lino land, of spokes, beginning tho flrst of Nodwelling. Largo stock vember, 1018. with The Standard Wheel Co., and feed barn; also snf.dl tobacco Borea, Ky. barn. Good fencing. Lot of fruit. (Ad-1$20,350, or will sell 4nprovcmenU and about 00 acres at $1(0 per acre. No. 211. 185 5) No. 255. i 17 acres. 2 story frame house; 3 barns; beautiful location on two pikes; lino fruit; well watered; all in grass. Price of $11,000. No. 30. 218 aero farm. dwelling In good repair; largo dairy; good tobacco barn and good feed linrnjir fact all necessary out build- -' ings. New American wiro fencing) all arotuid farm. Lays flue. V mile from pike and 3 miles to II. R. pLend I station. No. 310. $21,800. v 18G - nt, - he OCTOBER 12 WILL BE LIBERTY farm, with now DAY bungalow, basement nnd furnace. 2 (Continued rrom Pas On.) barns; most nil tho land in grass -' lu" Jnrvost Homo Festival Is our and "Bluo Grass." V, mllo from earliest form of American celebration pike and 13 milos from Cincinnati. before cities were built, nml It vrouM At a prico of $10,000. Kiln to carry the Idea j bo a distinct over Into city life. The ehnrncterlntlc No. 80. 200 aero farm. . 7 miles j hnrypst of tho city Is not fruit or from Covinglon. Mostly all in Bluo' grain, but the products of social life. Grass. Largo barn with basemontji like commerce, arts, music, nrehltec-ol- d brick nnd frnmo houso; lino ture. City and country communltle V. mllo will, of counrn. celebrate tho day nfler s(.i.lt nnil tihnnen fnnn 1 1 J,'.?".0 from K,.ltlIlf.r am Southern R. R.1 JJ1 ow" ''?1"''lon-1',- ! ... .... ,i,.iiOI1 This farm feut.3 at vio.uw. Lover n communlty'a part cu ur typo....iof , ,.vn irnpi, ()f im neros fiao w r J ' ... ni. in w. 171 , Mil I J, J I1IUI Jt nlm should be to reap a harvest of dolWe have n largo list of farms and lars for democracy. On this day wo 1 meet not as city or country people, but it property and aro constantly changing. We invito those who aro ns citizen", all united for tho alniclo m Hie market for good farms to purpose of ueninc thy Nation by deproductH to It rnme t' our county before buying voting a part of our needs." No. 57. 09 aero 1 ...-i- 1 1711 11 11 aero farm, all in grajs and leys well. Situated on the Nicholson pike. 2 good barns: tin stock and tobacco farm. Good -i .out house. $I8,G00. .. 1 11 ' 1 1 PUBLIC SALE I will sell at public auction my farm of cated one mile west of Wallaceton, Ky.,' on 100 acres, lo- Ed-mo- nd , - Tuesday, , Oct. 8, 1918 11:00 O'clock A. M. 3 This farm at present has 30 acres in grass and balance in cultivated crops. It contains a . good house, barn and necessary and a good apple orchard. gs, ' TERMS: The farm will be sold for one-hacash, the balance to suit the purchaser. At the same time I will sell the following: 4 Head of Horses 12 Head of dttle lf Save Wheat for Our Soldiers POTTS' RYE FLOUR 19 Head of Hogs Farming Implements . Household Goods Terms for stock, etc., will be made known on day of sale, Order'a'sackfrom your Grocer and be Convinced Gantry, of Tynor, was at plauo this weak 011 business called around and subscribed Tho Citizen, taking odvantago nwulliiK tho leading paper of limes for tho coming year V J. C. "'cause it just suits mo." our and for of tho J. C. MORGAN W. T. KING, Auctioneer Paint Lick, Ky. R.F.D. 3: