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DEREA, MADISON COUNTY, KI.NTlCIvY, OCTOBER The Citizen Eo-LxrLteLin People Y ear. Is Powor and tho way lo keep up with modorn Knowledge is lo read a good Newspaper. Knowledges Vol. XX. 10, 1018. Ono Dollar and Fifty Cents Per No. Ifi Our Real Business, and Chores Tho mission of America Is about lo ho accomplished. American soldiers In Franeoaro at this moment demonstrating to tho world tho reason for Amoricn and the stuff of which this Itepiihlie is mnde. Their complelo success and the consentient eternal eslahlishmcnl. everywhere in tlm World, of tho Integrity of American rights, interests and honor and tho right of men lo govern themselves, are all assured with tho proper performance, of the plainest duty of the citizenry til home. The Fourth I.iherly Loan is our next objective. Thero is no geography, political or pliysical, in tho patriotism of this country. Democrats and Republicans alike lovo their Hag and are ready lo dio for it. Wo continually insist for all parties thai the war lie kept out of partisan politics and that partisanship he kept out of the fully function. I repeal, let thero he no contest in this country as to anything that touches the war, except that contest who best serve, who most can give. Tho Success of tho Fourth Liberty Loan shall he the Republican Parly's supreme motif of thot and action until that objective is attained. Wherever Republicans are together, by two or two thousand, it meeting. shall bo a Just as the llepuhllcan party's every action at all limes has been and shall bo determined solely by how wo can contribute most to the war's success, so now our every thot and action shall he determined en tirely by how wo can make ccr tain tho quick of the Fourth Liberty Loan. This Is a united country's next message lo Germany. Tlie entire llepuhllcan organiza tion in every voting precinct in thiscountry shall be a lighting force in war. this Liberty Loan drive. Just as in Congress, the ilcpuhli-en- ns This la tho Republican organiza led the light that made possible lion's business. the passage of tho great war meaThis is tho real business of every sures, so now the Party memberman, woman and child in America. ship and organization has an im"F.vcrything el(is chores." mediate, dellnite war task in the' accomplishment of which it can WILL II. HAYES win-the-w- ar - FIRST S. ARMY President's Reply OPENS To Peace Offer THE ARGONNE U. BIG DRIVE ry World News Influenza Not Feared in Berea College looks out for things ahead. We have our superb new hospital. It is furnished with all the apparatus and equipment known to science. It has two superior doctors and two trained nurses, and a group of young women in training. And all our students have the rooms and board and (uijy conditions of life that make for health. Now the Spanish influenza is attacking the whole country, and it is calling at Berea. We have forty light cases. In the cases outside Berea the record is that less than one in a hundred are fatal, and these nearly always are cases in which the victim refused to go to bed at the bed, and in a week they will be all over it. The State does wisely in closing public schools. This is a good caution, and will help us all get through the trouble safely and swiftly. --Berea beginning. We are going to put everybody that sneezes right to An Urgent Appeal The Citizen is in receipt of two i In addition, sUtliles must be con lelegrams this week, .stating the structed for at least 53,000 horses. urgent need of laborers and skilled This will be about one-ha- lf of total workmen at Gamp Knox, Slilhtou, capacity of camp when completed. Ky. where a $1.1,000,000 artillery 'Hie construction of tho camp is cantonment-i- s in course of construc- seriously delayed by shortage of tion. Available men who are at labor both skilled and unskilled. liberty, to go will no doubt feel it Here Is an opportunity for men to their patriotic duty to respond to come under tho work or fight law IJjis call for help. to get into essential Government Laborers are paid 35c. an hour and work and at the same lime, bo renreceive II hours' pay for 10 hours dering patriotic service. work; carpenters are paid GO cents President Wilson has said that per hour, and receive It hours' pay tho industrial army is equally as for Ifl" hours' work. Laborers are j important as tho army abroad. It paid time and a half for work, done snouni also ie a mailer of Slato on Saturday afternoon and on Sun- pride that Government work bo not day; carpenters are paid double delayed or abandoned on account time for Saturday afternoon and of men in Kentucky not doing everySundays; tho they are not compelled thing that is necessary to carry out to work these hours. Transporta- tho Government program. This will tion free to laborers; carpenters, lie an artillery training camp and transportation furnished and de- our soldiers ready to go abroad canducted later from thoir pay. Freo not bo sent unless a sufficient numlodging and a good bed. Good meals ber of oillcers aro trained to tako at :t0 cents each. Wo print one Niharge of them. telegram in part, as follows: Reports show this to bo tho "All of tho soldiers at West Point, healthiest camp in tho country; Ky., and many men from Camp Tay- situated on 'highest point between lor, Ky, are living in tents. J'ho Louisville and Now Orleans, on tho cantonment at Slithton, now boing Illinois Central railroad. constructed, is tho largest in tho Apply to nearest U. S. EmployUnited Slates and by Decomber I, ment Service olllco. under war program, it must bo ready Maj. W. N. RadclilT, to house and tako care of at least 30.0TJO men. Constructing Quartermaster. CONTENTS PAGE 1. World Nows; War Nows, The result of tho armistice with Bulgaria is already beginning to bo felt. Demobilization of tho army is taking place and measures looking" IN lownrd a renewal of Industrial lifo by President Wilson As the full significance of (lie aro rejoicing the people Moreover, President's diplomacy is disclosed in answer to the recent appeal of the effect is seen in tho influcnco it becomes evident that ho has left the German Imperial Chancellor Americans Advance Three Miles it will havo on other countries open tho way to peace, and at the for an armistice on land anil the sea whoso populations aro tired of war. and Seize Strong Heights. same time left thomililarist leaders and in the air and the discussion of of the Central powers with n ques- possible means for ending tho war. Tho rapid spread of tho Spanish tion they must necessarily answer In addition President Wilson is deinfluenza in the United States has RAGING been in a way that will lead to peace or sirous of knowing, and has directly BIG BATTLE STILL a feature of tho past week. So confront them with an embarrass- asked tho question, for whom tho far as known this epidemic started ing situation in their own countries. Imperial' Chancellor was speaking of tho Germans, U. S, Troops In Champagne Dlitrlct in tlie trenches has. summa- when he advanced his proposal, Tho Courier-Journ- al spread to their own people, then to Make Further Progreis and Cap. rized the President's answer lo Ger- whether it was for tho constituted Spain nnd thenco to other nations. ture 3,000 Prisoners Aided many as follows: authorities of the empire who have It camo to our country first in n by Tanks and Airplanes. Tho complete withdrawal of tho been conducting the war, or for tho Norwegian vessel landing in Now Teutonic Allies from occupied ter- German people. Tho President also Washington, Oct. 7. The American York in tho summer. It has been ritories is essential 'to the com- desires to know if Germany in seek- troops ailvunced rrom two to Ave kiln-- i most severe and fatal in tho north mencement of any pcaco discussions ing peace accepts the terms already meters, taking the vlllnges of Gesnes. Atlantic, states; with Germany. This fact has been laid down by tho President as tho Flevllle, Chfhery and La Forge, according to General Pershing's o(nclol made known to Germany and Aus basis for tho ending of hostilities. Prince Maxiiniliam, of Baden, has communique. The text, of the nc-- I been called to tako the position of count was an follows: "Headquarters, American Expedi Chancelor of tb.o German Empire. tionary Forces, Oct. '. 1018. Section Baden has never been an ardent adA This morning the nttack was vocate of tho war and since tho alwest of the Meuse. Overcomlies have begun a campaign of bombing a stubhorn resistance, we hove ad- ing cities from airplanes sho has vanced our lines two to Ave kilomebeen restless. It is evident that tho IMC, north of Exer-inoters, carrying Hill and tnklng from the enemy the now Chancelor has been placed in villages of Gesnes. Flevllle. Chehery ollice for the purpose of making the nnd I.n Forge. winter drive for peace. "In the face of heavy artillery and machine gun fire troops from Illinois, Both Austria and Turkey are askwestern Pennsylvania, ing for an armistice Wisconsin, and a discusVirginia, and reg1C Virginia nnd West Gen. R. sion of peace terms. Germany has ular troops belonging to MnJ. x HE GOES OVER THE TOP rOP, YOU L. Dullard's corps, forced the rtiemy made a similar request arid the conpositions, cessions granted are tho most libhack to the Krlemhllde north of the Bols de Norot." eral thus far suggested. An indemnity to Belgium, autonomy for With the American Army Northwest and a League for of Verdun, Oct. ".The Americans peace are among them. Germany who begnn a new attack between the expects the return of her colonics, Argonno forest and the Meuse river Friday were still going nhead today. and the border states of Russia, aro The operntlons were described as "coif-- ' to dctermino their own destiny, while Austria may become a Fedtimilng favorably." eral slate. With the Amerlcnn Army In the Tho peace proposals arc all deOct. 7. Following a crushing bnrrnge tho Amerlcnn First fective in that they make no menarmy launched a new attack from the tion of a change in tho internal govArgonne to the Meuse against the for- ernment of the German Empire. midable ridge heights running through baRomngne nnd crowned by the trenches Such a revolution must be tho sal condition of any ncaco that the Krlemhllde line. of the United States can afford to make. By evening the Americans had from one to three miles, cap- Without it there is absolutely no turing Important heights and threat- assuranco of any fulfillment of an ening the lost German fortified line agreement or any faith that a peace NOW GO TO THE 8QTTOM FOR HIA' this side of the frontier. will give security for the future. The battle continues with great vio- is , Alsac- e-Lorraine, Kentucky News The Republicans, out in tho State, ro accustomed to inquire wlrai will Louisville do. The Democrats' loss of nearly seven thousand voles in the Louisvillo registration is tho conclusive answer this year to what Louisvillo will do. When reproached by Dr. Bruner for abusing the pardoning power, Governor Stanley's only defense was that he had pardoned moro Repub All of licans than Democrats. which reminds us that even beforo Mr. Stanley was elected Governor, rumor had it that his friends w.ero bartering promises- of pardons to mountain Republicans in return for votes. tho country was such a vital question up before the people, and it is your opportunity to back up our boys who are giving their lives in order to win a glorious victory. The County Chairman and Cap tains arM'equesting from tho banks tho names of all those who have mcdo subscriptions to tho Liberty Loaty It is for tho purpose of llnding whore Madison can makeup tho shortage from those who have refused'to do their part. DISTINGUISHED STATESMAN PASSES AWAY Mc In tho death of Creary, Madison County loses her most distinguished son, and tho Stato and nation an able statesman and legislator. Tho end camo lo tho aged veteran at six o'clock, Tuesday morning, at his home in Richmond. His'long life of eighty years has been largely spent in dealing witn publio affairs, and few men have occupied for so" long a timo tho positions of prominence and popularity that were attained by James B. McCreary. During his long career ho was .honored with practically every honor and oftlco within tho gift of tho pcoplo of his State. With rare tact, and rcinarfcablo diplomacy amid tho vicissitudes of partisan and factional politics, ho retained his friends and mado others, and when at the closo of his eventful publio career, ho retired from the governorship in 1015, and returned to his home in Richmond, thero was probably no public man in tho com. monwealth moro genorally beloved and esteemed than he. Owing lo the rerent order of tho Stale Board of Health forbidding public gatherings, tho funeral was held at tho cemetery at 2 p.m. today (Thursday). Tho Rov. Dr. Telford, pastor of tho First Presbyterian Church, of. which Governor Mcmember, had Creary was n life-lorlirrge of the service. ng The gains of tho allies (luring tlie week have been substantial on all fronts. In the west St. Quentin and Lens have been taken, thus opening tlie way to the coal and iron region held so tenaciously by Germany. Cambrai, tho railroad center is about to fall and Rhcims is fully relieved from the enemy. In Palestine We advanced from two to five kilo- the ancient city of Damascus has meters (between ono nnd threo miles) been recovered from tho Turk, and In the face of desperate German artiltho Austrian armies havo abanlery and machine gun resistance In the London valleys, capturing doned Albania since tho surrender Aire and of Bulgaria. Gesnes (four nnd n half miles northTake Four Towns. With the Amerlcnn Army West of the Meuse, Oct. X We resumed our nttack during n thick mist at 5:30 in front westthe morning on a ward from the Meuse. Our Infantry assault was preceded by six hours of artillery preparation on our right, while there was no preparatory gun fire on our left. 20-ml- lence and ferocity. President Wilson's Reply to Germany. Kditorials. PAGE 2. School Nows, Y.M.OA. Notes, Red Cross GYonados. Health Nevds PAGE 3. News Notes. PAGE 4. PAGE 5. Hints-- A Condition that Attention. War Pictures. Serial Story. Stanton Column Liborty Bond Locals. Locals. Casually List. Advertising. PAGE C. Farm and Homo Departments. Sunday-schoPAGE 7. Lesson. -- Brunor's Acceptance Speeoh. PAGE 8. Western Kentucky Nows. Farm Advertisement. ol Read tho war news and President Wilson's answer lo the German Tho sincerity of tho dry people of Kentucky is on trial. Dr., Bruner advocato of has been a life-loprohibition, and his personal habits have rigidly conformed to ljs ideal. Threo years ago, when tho brewers and distillers were still dominant in the Democratic (tarty and powerful in Republican coun cils, Dr. Hruner aroso on the floor of the Republican state convention at Lexington nnd proposed a resold prohibi lion favoring nation-wid- e lion. At the same time, Mr. Stanley was the henefloiary, as a candidato paco proposal. It will cheer your for tho Democratic nomination for heart, and stir you up to buy more Governor, of a colossal campaign bonds. fund contributed by the distillers and brewers of Kentucky. Do not fail to read tho articles by Prof. Lewis and Prof. Smith in According to a report from County this weok's Citizen. Chairman R. It. Burnam, Tuesday, If you aro in tho market for prop- Madison County lias subscribed only of its quota in the Fourth erty, read our Real F.stato Ads this one-ha- lf Liberty Loan campaign. Unless, a week. largo number of subscriptions aro Our serial story was "mixed in taken tills week it looks as though tho making" last week. Wo havo Madison County will fall short of made tho correction and reprint it its patriotic duty. Do not let tho peace proposal turn any ono from in part tills week. A doing his duty. Even If tho war The Citizen is a medium of good should einj today, it will take bilnews to iv goodly number of pcoplo. lions of dollars to get our two milWo are counting on our readers to lion boys who aro now in France, pass the good nows along to other back to this country. Don't allow good people vyho should bo reading' anything to prevent you from doing a giHid paper. Then ask them to your full duty in this most impor' subscribe. tant drive. Novor in tho history of ng Chehery, La west of Montfnucon), Forges nnd Flevllle (n mile and n half northwest of Exermont) nnd reaching the Krlemhllde line on both flnnks. Tanks und nlrp'anes participated effectively in the attack. Take 3,000 Germans. The ndvnnce In Cbnmpngne had a depth of three miles nnd more- than .'1,000 prisoners have been The brilliant American counted. stroke wns made with the support of French tanks. The Americans captured Blanc Mount nnd Medenh farm, two points of great tactical advantage. The Americans have mnde marked progress In the direction of St. (live miles northwest of Somme-I'y). A great advance lias been mado by the allies in R.ussin, and thoy aro now about four hundred miles inland from their baso at Archangel. TJio expected obstruction by tho Finns lias not occurred to nny ex- -' tent anU they aro controlling tho railroad connections as they advance la Siberia, likewise, tho conditions aro favorable to the allies and tho German influcnco has lost railcontrol of the Trans-Siberiroad. an Tho American casualties' urc described as moderate. American troops that attacked with General Gonrnud'H French nrmy In Champagne, hove renched St. Etlenne, three miles northwest of Medenh Farm. The nssoult was renewed. Hill No. 1!!0 was taken In a storm assault. The Americans now hold Uemont Chateau, having crossed tho ridge creating u salient In the German front. This gain penults the allies to take under n enfilading fire the German positions on Merenvlllers ridge, between the salient and the German line north of Ithelms. Regulars Capture 600 Huns. YYlth the American Army Northwest of Verdun, Oct. 7. United Stutes regulars captured tx hundred prisoners In the fighting east of tho Argonno forest. Amerleun tunks were seen approaching Cunel. (Cunel Is over two miles In udvnuce of the old line.) A German ulrpluue was shot down by the Amerlcnn Infantry und four others were downed by our Left It to Her. guns. "Do you break these sets?" asked Tho aircraft were compelled to fly the Hhnpper hi the chlnnwnro depart low because tho ground haze made obmeiit. "No. I'm sorry to say we don't, dllttcult. minium," replied the polite sulcsmuu, servation Yanks Capture Score of Tanks. you keep ii servunt girl she will "but If Wlillo troons were driving directly probably do It for you." Town (Continued oa rags rtrt) high-angle England is about to undergo a political campaign. Tho elections wero deferred until critical military movements wero completed, but now they aro to lako placo. Thero is some anxiety lest a House will bo elected that may bo unfavorable to tho leadership of Lloyd-Gcorwho has been so successful thus far. Tho labor party in particular is feared as ho has, in many cases of strikes, been severe in putting them down. go There is a plan under way in England for an imperial war cabinet. This would bring together tho lead ing men from tho colonics and givo them a voice in tho affairs moro nearly equal to that of tho mother country. Tho especial reason for this new move is ono which looks to (ho future, after tho war, and seeks to unify tho Empire for tho purpose of trade. No Difficulty at All. humorist wus onco amusing his companions with u run ii I tii' Urn nf minx ulien ono of them. U gentleniuu named Dunlop, defied him to make u pun on Ills mmie. ".Nothing easier," came the Immediate retort. "Lop oft hulf und It Is 'Dun.'" A well-know- n Pago Two THE CITIZEN Y. M. C. A. NOTES October 10, 1018. School News from Various Departments, 1, RED CROSS NEWS GRENADES Miss Oiuseppina Garibaldi, grand-daught- er 0 Y.M.C.A. Huts In Tranco of tho great Italian pathis the spirit of your school? SCHOOL GOVERNMENT AND "u American Section of Uio Y.M triot, has entered Iho sorvico of tho If nol, begin now (o mnko It so. CITIZENSHIP wTK.ng e nureiy wuu uimc.i American lied Cross in Italy, Remember that right action is Uio -- ' Slnlw Army nnil Nnvy, now operate Tho War has changed tho world result of coulrol of so.no sorU This &50 du huts in lrance. Ilio "Tho Hod Cross puts tho 'soul' in ,ir,.i nmv i. fn.ni wilhonl or i.. n... vr.u i.r..i MaU the branch Ing wltu soldier," says Piano Talcs, a news expressive. of Scripture, ' All things nro nia.lo wilh.- n- repressive or ''ns oslnMWic.l paper published by tho Ono HunA"" Kvory one, from tho child Repressive control is ll.at which Is"" now." Aero nler, but has lint ninny thru dred and Thirty-seven- th another, ex-- :" who bns lo imp only ono spoon of imposed upon ono by near tho Uattlo Hymn of tha OpCllCll Squadron, "somcwhero in England." ,., I.I. i.rnLfn.( fnn.l In fhn nr..lvn control is llml which ono l,"'niy llr'. ''lc- - 11 "W ... Republic, and I hav Roose ,,. v. ..... w au..ll '. .i.iT pimples. "Oh. boy, whoro do wo man who receives an income of. a imposes upon one's self hecauso of,,w" I laugh, with Ko from here?" An effort will bo mado to llnd a million dollars, less $000,000 war duty. Is your school an example of tight feeling in my throat. N fancy I American Sailors Trofer Huts to market in America for embroidery placed upon the former or the latter? las, feels a restraint 8cc them mado by Sicilian women wives, winding Barrooms Ixjan.lltlic, tanned, swinging (Continued noil week.) his "personal liberties." up tho white boys. Tho white of their cyea The Y.M.G.A. huts nro preferred mothers and sisters of Italy's lightwork should he fully Our school Wt V'""r r o a d a of nro clear, their skins glow. Lord, by American sailors In Irish ports ing men out of material provided THE "TROPHY TRAIN" France, our sympathetic- lo this great world-chang- e. the fresh life of thcml by tho lied Cross. to the barrooms or "public houses hoyj The fair By Everrett G. Hibbard Hery teacher should boas On, on, through aisles of plana of our youth On Tuesday morning at 9:00 a.m. of tho various vicinities. The huts fully enlisted in tho sorvico as tho land, flung intrees. Sometimes a boy turns Tho three French societies, which reading, writing, entertainto this hell- fighting men on the French front, or wp were dismissed from class to go have his head westward. What's ho thinking of ns he nenrs the Hell tiotn because of tho dnmnahlo the lied Cross nurse close behind to the station to sec tho "Trophy ment and other facilities that the collectively constitute tho French unvanity of ono man with six on carthl Folks back home. lied Cross, have all been elected to Jackies appreciate to tho full tho battle line. Our teaching, our Train.' Ho isn't thinking in terms of bounded sons. Liberty Hond.i. lie's just sort of We went to the station and wailed 'V Work of Roal Benefit to Soldiors honorary collective membership in community service, and especially What has the Kaiser given This class wondering if we're going to Morale means much to tho oldier, the American lied Cro but words? minutes until tho our. school government, should be for twenty-liv- e tick .behind him. I sco tho checker-hoarfields of membership was created by tho filled full of tho line spirit of loy- - train came. There wcro people as Napoleon long since deqided. lb of France, unhappy France, and . KFOItK (Jod, wo arc, boyl surrounding country cause the Y.M.OA. activities help American lied Cross last spring. nllv. service and sacrifice which is from all the our own marching up the road. And tho only way we can I can hear voices Moating Lack to see Hip relics of the war, cap- - tho morale of Hip American lighting everywhere evident. stick is to buy bonds. Figures furnished lo tho Red Cross to me. Familiar phrases! men. General Pershing and Colonel You uro giving your life. I say "especially our school gov- - lured by the persistent American What tho devil do we care about Wheeler know that a "IHW army concerning wounded Amorican sol"You ernmcnt," becauso that is one Hold from the German trenches. You'll get your our dollars? "Old Scout!" There was a Boston boy who bad, with a ' is botler than 1,000 men diers, carry n great trihuto to tho wherein we mav trulv teach bv do- cotfeo and slum if wo have to "You betcha!" efficiency of the Amorican surgeons. without." pawn the shirts off our backs. ing. Many teachers seem, to think lost an arm, lighting for his home,' "Treat 'cm rough I" ' Eighty-on- e That's tho way wc feel today.-Neveper cent of tho men nro a school should ho well gov- - and justice; a Pennsylvania hoy that you doubt it. returned to service, fourteen pcr( operating crned "in order that the teacher who had lost a leg while I songs. hear Six billion dollars! HEAR 'Y' Entertainers in France cent are discharged, and only about Walt nnd Will wo give it! Yankee Doodle sung hs it also a French may instruct and pupils study to tho a marine gun; One hundred and oigbly new per sec! was never sung before. I per cent die of their injuries, best advantage." I wish to take is- - "blue devil" who had tho "Legion sons are goinjj overseas monthly live sue Willi this view of the matter, of Honor" tho highest honor that under Y.M.OA. auspices to enter Tho American Hod Cross wareand say that the 'government of a can be given to a fighting man. Ho tain the soldiers in the trenchc-house at No. 00, Hue du Chcmin school is one of the most powerful was the terror of tho Germans and camps. Vert, Paris, occupies a site (hut was means of educating. Dewey says, whom ho had fought with. the scene of much of the notion in Tho boys waited until Uio women "The school is not a preparation Hugo's novel, "Los Miser- for life, it Is life." This ought to bo and girls went through tho train, Y.M.OA. to Insure War Workers Victor the ablcs." While writing tho story, tho nlmsps f school nctivifv. nnd then wo went through. Wo Overseas war workers for trim in nil saw many things, including howit- -, Y.M.C.A. hereafter will receive the author lived at one end of the I hem, and especially in government. A CONDITION THAT NEEDS or will they let this evil go conWhat should be the underlying zers, 75 M.M. guns, 150 M.M. guns, benefits 0r a $3,500 lire insurance, street; at the other end was the reATTENTION on vent in which Jean Valjean took spirit of school government? Evi- - torpedoes, shells, mines for destroy- - all payments thereon to bo made By Prof. John F. Smith dently the spirit of that society for ing ships, trench mortars, niachino by tho "Y." This, witli the liability fuge. It is reported on the highest nii- WANTED TOR UNCLE SAM which tlio school exists. And what, guns of all kind, part of an airship, clause for loUil disablement, will "Follow this counsel and vou will thorily that when tho young men of; is that underlying spirit in Amer- cartridges for guns, large and small,1, remove objections that have kept Tho United Slates Government long," Is the inscription on an the nation reported for physical ox- ica? It is the spirit of doing one's and masks used by soldiers when certain eager enthusiasts witli fami- - live : t nmliinfinti linfuro flu- - milifiirv nfll- -l wants all tho walnut shells, hickory hi i. ..... ii.t lies at home. own part, enjoying one's own rights,, there is n gas attack. PoVer twent -r-h seeds plun, seeds. per cent of them! nut and making every possiblo effort to; It was interesting exhibit and it infected with venorenl tllsoase. . in Franco. Tho postor. prepared help the other fellow enjoy., his inspired all tho people who wcro . II U limn nmv I,. nv nl.iwlvn eoliecUMl IIV 1110 people. II waillS American Soldiers Thrifty may! there, to be more determined to win rights and do his duty. Or we ur,It'r ll,al ullr thrift apparently thrives among ...in. oiivjii iiiiiitii, tirin i; ti i .i. '. iiiu tilings nbont this. The fant sneaks "ll'so " tiitiu ni say it is the spirit of pulling one's, the war and crush "Kaiserism" and the American lighting men in lliiUir- ll,l,ro was something them into charcoal nnd use that givo it the load with a willing heart, and a 'Autocracy from the world. (Writ-smi- le France. Of the $3,000,000,000 in sol authorities decided lo charcoal in the gu$ masks to neuwrong somewhere. widest possiblo circulation. of cheer for the fellow who is ten for class exercise in "business dier homo remittances that have it is uio plain uuty or Hie people tralize .the poisonous gases that tho English." in Vocational Department. pulling by your side. passed thru Y.M.OA. channels, in communities from which tho Germans uso against our soldiers. The American Red Cross at Genoa. Tlieso gases are deadly poisonous. dividual payments have ranged from Italy, is establishing small homos 'l,"" '1'" e!"t' to clean up the suflicient and ignoble for women; WOMAN SUFFRAGE DEFEATED 30 cents to $3,500. The Y' officials for orphan children, each to havo infected spots in order that other The American soldiers must uso a The Senate has voted down Wo- - n"d escape these dreaded dis- - mufk with n special cup attached to make no charge for the banking Hie care of not moro than a dozon 1,0's insti- Whereas the man niTrnirp services that has proved so useful youngstcrs. This plan, it is hcliev- - ea?os ami ' our noys it. and in this cup charcoal and cerThe Suffragists burned tho Presi- tution of the Family ought to bo to the soldiers. not become infected again tain chemicals are placed. Tho air ed, will insure tho children moro of "' they breatho passes thru theso dent's speech favoring suffrago be- split apart and destroyed; wl,L'n they return homo, tho advantages of family lifo than Therefore women ought to vote causo it was not intense enough to young men were rejected as chemicals and is freed from tho Mn,y STATE EDUCATORS would bo the caso were they all 11,1,11 ror PROMINENT suit them, and made their utmost and hold half of all public offices. military service because of deadly gas thrown over by tho Gerplaced in ono of tho larger institu- VISIT BEREA exertions by fair means and foul, these diseases. MiliLiry needs now mans. The best kind of charcoal Supt. V. O. Gilbert, of Frankfort, lions. but suffrage was voted down. demand physical strength and endu- - for this is made of tho things mento wear their . Get your buyers decidedly and buttons. Get 'em to display their Prof. Stickles, of Bowling Green, above. Wo believe this is Tho following letter from a ten- - ranc ln a" soldiers. But every- - tioned Every boy and girl who wants to forever a good thing for women, window cards. Get 'cm to tell their Prof. Noe, of State University, and year-olrecognize tho fact "B"t New England girl was re- - ,,)(l' d ! and for the home which is the old- neighbors all about their loan to Prof. Keith, of tho State Normal, at !.! 1 I ' I. ..III. is no more im-- do something patriotic, something neaim Richmond, were in Bcrca last week received, recently, at the Paris ofilco lUiU !" est and dearest of all human insti- Undo Sam. battle-fiel- d than it is that will help save tho lives of our Porlant on the tho American lied Cross: to inspect the Normal Department boys tutions. 111 strength and 111 II.in France, can do a so by gettingl" laly "'" I lovo babies. If you have any a. 1. !...! of Berea College. Tho tour of in Here is the argument for woman's a., u.e mu sue.., not w e uuui... health are required to kill men, how Many QualltU. tt4od. spection was made with a view to motherless babies I would bo pleased voting: I ey can. ami sending them Patience, kindn. jceneroslty, huro are these qualities need-- 1 to havo you send mo ono. I "would Whereas father?, brothers, hus- mility, courtesy, unselfishness, good granting certificates according to want local lied Cross people who a girl as young as It can bo 1,(1 lo ,)(Wt vigorous children, and,'" bands and sons are untender and un- temper, sullelessufss. sincerity those ttie law passed last year affecting toward them to the right and pretty. My mother savs I can rear a worthy American family? ; faithful in representing their wo- make up the supreme gift, the stature private Normal Schools. The visi- have one. Sho and I would take " "oever contracts one of these dis- of the perfect man. You will ohscrre tors expressed themselves as well men folks; and ' " s "" care of it. I would take care of it easi,i not only Hurls himself but that all with tho work being done Whereas the mission of guiding tion to are lu relatlou to life. In rela- plea.-e- d n' ""Poriani tning. uonv nt very child that will eVr bo " the known today ami the ner in Berea's Normal Department, and most of tho time when I am home. mirl childhood, inspiring manhood, and tomorrow, and not thfl unknown eternborn in his family afterwards. 'Hio afraid for some ouo to seo you granted two certificates whilo they I think babies are cunning and I reigning in the social circle is in- - ity. Montreal Herald. crazy over them. I think they "'scales may do cured, nut trio or- - bringing a. bag or basket of peach am were here. nr. Hi., eimnfest tiiinir i vi.p nmv foots can never be got entirely out seeds or nut shells to your local Red t" system, our soldier Hoys If I bad one I would try to oys gins oi icrcn anu I would "avo "en cured as rar as possible. Liko caro of It right U-Bobo pleased to havo one about 1,1,1 tho evil effects must in mostj Vicinity who wish to help us "in at this work may learn from Professor (I) day old when you send it be- - caRCS remain. cause it would be nuito old when it; 'M) community snouni permit any Hunt or Mayor J. L. Gay whero to girl or woman to remain at its' ''ring the shells. got here." All old lead nnd tinfoil that can doors who will entice its young Buy MORE Bonds manhood and thru them blight their be collected Is also wanted. Don't HEALTH PRECAUTIONS Lift; is too nrenious fn throw the old toothpaste tube or children. .1. All cold, however slight, should tr,,nt M) rubber cement tube, away. Bring be treated as possiblo attacks of, Then voiiml' men ei.ntrnele.l Ihn it along. Uncle Sam Wants that, too. influenza. Patients affected by colds (lipases somewhere before should stay at homo and sterilize tioy were railed into tho service. A CONTORTIONIST usenargo iroill UIO IIOSO ailll lliroai. Oilier young men who may lin Smart Young Man "What do you " . '' I'. Avoid crowds. enlleil later will eontr.iel Ihnm. think of Browji?" Regulate bodily functions and 'when the l.ovs return some nfllinm Indignant Genllcmap Old keep them so. wi. lm,i ii,u gamo i,i tomnhitions "Brown, sir? Ho is ono of thoso i. avoi.i uio nreaui or o.xpeueu ,vii ilouhtless conlrarl them ncam people Hint pat you on tho back bo- sroreuons iroin peopio sullering Will the people at homo clean out fore our face and hit you In tho from colds. thuso nests of vice, if they can llnd' eve behind your hack." 5. Wash out tho nose and throat two or tlireo times daily by a nasal MACHINE TO CUT WIRE ENTANGLEMENTS .... .. I... llllll n'K. Ul 1IUVILIIU .....I 1... Uliu ...til. Willi lea- normal salt solution." ( spoonful salt lo ono glass (8 ounces) clean water). li. All those in attendance on patients with influenza should wear masks. 7. Clothes should bo warm and dry. Food simple and easily digested. Drink water freely. ra ' d i r I j ianaTC'solS s ,.....f. 'v , I . "'' of i a 1 r Nose Works For Liberty Loan - v liL-btl- .... "- 11- - BUY NOSE of AUSTRIAN SUBMARINE U-oo tho bottom of the Medit rruneun tho noso sons, As they peered through the holes out FROM submarine the of Austria has comu of which tho torpedoes were Bent to do their bit over here to do ita bit for the enemies of towards destroying the commercial shipping of the Austria. world they went away feeling that tho most thoy Austria didn't allow It Austria couldn't prevent could do to wlpo from tho earth the directors of these would.be little Indeed. An Italian dostroyer sent tho "tin fish" to tho Thoy went away resolved to buy Liberty Bonds Italian naval engineers lifted the wreck nnd to their utmost. the Centrul Liberty Loan Committee of this district obtalntid the no end for ono of Uncle Sam's Thoy went away resolved that their utmost was Trophy Trains which are on tour In Ohio, Western not Just to tho limit of what little balunco thoy Pennsylvania, Kentucky uud West Virginia. might have In tho bank resolved that their utmost At every stop the train bearing tho submarine meant every cunt they could savo by cutting out noso has mado it has attracted thousands of per- every luxury, every 21 f 1 4. LIBERTY BONDS Thu Inventor's model or u muchluo for uso In No Man's Lund being demonstrated on au entanglement erected on the cupltol grounds In Washington. One man propels tha machine wblla another operatM lever wblch cuts the wires. wire-cutti- ng hot-tor- Study Over the Question of Education; Is It Not Worth Any Cost and Any Exertion? 4 y f Page Threa October 10, 1018. THE CITIZEN they were nlwnys trying to mnko things easy for us. They did not rln the llrfllli nft vniir n..i,n,t. tlbn j nmo of the butchers do In somo of our aispensnrlcs that I know of, but took them off carefully. Everything was very clenn nnd sntiltnry, and some of the hospitals hnd sun pnrlors, which wcro well used, you can bu sure. Somo of the men made toys nnd fancy articles, such ns button hooks ind paper knives. They made tho dandles from empty shell cases, or hhrnpncl, or pieces of Zeppelins, or anything olie picked up along tho flag would bo respecred.'lml no sooner wcro they all out thnn they wcro seized and tho women publicly violated In the squnre, nftcr which tho men were shot. A paralytic wns shot as he snt In his nnd n boy of fourteen wns token by the legs and pulled apart. At one plnce, n mnn was tied by the arms to the celling of his room and set aflre. His trunk wns completely but his head nnd nrms were unburn'ed. At the snme place, the boy wns of n found, pierced by moro thnn twenty bayonet thrusts. Other dead were front. When they arc getting well, tho men found with their hands still In tho air, icarn harness mnklng, mechanical tennlng up ngnlnst wnlls. At another place the Germans Jrnwlng, telegraphy, gardening, poultry raising, typewriting, bookkeeping shelled tho town for n day, nnd then ind the men tench the nurses how to entered nnd sacked It. The women unko ennes out of shell enscs, nnd and children wcro turned loose, withI iirs of nlumlnum, nnd slippers nnd out being allowed to tnke anything with thorn, nnd forced to lenve the (loves out of blankets. Tho nurses ccrtnlnly work hard. town. Nearly five hundred men were Three, who They nlwnys hnvo more to dq thnn deported to Germnny, .hey ought to, but they never complain, were almost exhausted by hunger, tried tnd are nlways cheerful nnd ready to to escape. They were bayoneted and !ny games when they have the time, clubbed to death. Twclvo men, who r rend to some pollu. And their work hnd taken refuge In a farm, were tied s pretty dirty too: I would not like together and shot In n mass. Another ,o have to do it. They sny there were group of six were tied together and ots of French society ladles working Phot, after tho Germans hnd put out is nurses, but you never heard much their eyes nnd tortured them with ibout sqclcty, or nny talk about Lord bayonets. Threo others wcro brought llclpus, or Count Whosls, or pink tens before their wives and children and arm-chnl- DCPE W Alberts. Depe FV.r.IIMMPR MEMBER k te9 ldy flftecn-ycnr-ol- d wriAN (CofrV AMn BCTT.nrrrrrt i irV m,i. OF THE FOREIGN LEGION OF FRANCE T uuin I UKKfcT, FRENCH BATTLESHIP CASSAKD ' WINNER OF THE CROIX DE GUERRE mi br Mr J toon Ca. Thrash SpuJ Anvtm W th G fWaw AdmWviu eZ2 SYNOPSIS. CIIAPTEU I Albert N. Drpew, author of the ilory, enlliti In the, United Hlalea tiavx, nerving (our yenri and attaining tlie rank of chief petty ufflcer, Unt-clagunner. great war etarti CHAITEH II-- Ti tie bou afternavy la honorably dltchargeil from the and he aall for Krone with a determination to rnllsU CITAtTKIl III Ho Join the Foreign Legion und la mulgned to the dreadnauRht CNuiard where liia markamanahlp wina him high honon. CIIA1TKII la detached from Me ilitp and aent with n regiment of the legion to l'lundera where lie soon find hlmaelf In the front line trenchca. CHAITKIt He la detailed to the ar. tttlery and makea the acquaintance! of the "tl'B , the wonderful French guna that have aaved the day for the alilea on many battlrlleld. Jlefore arcing nny action, he la ordered back to hla regiment In the front tine trenchea, CHAITHIt VIDepew goes "over the top" and "geta" hla fltit Oeatnan In a bayonet light company takea rirt CIIA1TEH VII-- III In another raid on the Clerman tranche and ahortly afterward naalata In atopplng a fierce charge of the lluna, who are moved down aa they croaa No Man'a Land. to Dlimude with CltAITEIt VIII-B- ent dlapatchea, I)epew la caught In a Zeppelin raid, but eicapea unhurt. IV-De- pew V-- CHAPTER IX. Laid Up for Repair. One night, nfler I had been at DIxmude for about threo weeks, we made a charge In Ihe face of a very heavy fire. Out captain nlwajri stood at the parapet when we were going over, nnd mnde (lie sign of the cross nnd shouted, "For God nnd France." Then we would About seven o'clock, we received nnd poured fresh troops over nnd retook the trench. No sooner hnd we entered It, however, than the Germans turned their nrtlllery on us, not even uniting for their own troops to retire snfely. They killed numbers of their own men in this wny. Hut the fire wns so heavy that, when they r anything like that from these acked, we hod to retire ngaln, lurscs. nnd this time they kept after us nnd A few shells landed near our hosdrove us beyond the trench wo hnd pital, while I was there, but no patient originally occupied. .vas hit. They knocked n shrine of Our We left them there, with our artil- Uidy to splinters, though, nnd bowled taking care of them, nnd our lery ver a big crucifix. The kitchen was guns trying to enfilade them, nnd lenr by, and It wns Just the chef's luck moved to the right. There wns n .hat he had walked over to our ward bunch of trees there, nbout like n smalt :o see a pal of his, when a shell landed woods, nnd as we passed the Germans jlumb in the center of the kitchen, concealed In It opened (Ire on us, nnd ind all you could see all over the barwo retired to somo reserve trenches. racks was stew. We were pretty much scattered by this That was a regular catless day for time, nnd badly cut up. Wo reformed is, until they rigged up bogles nnd got there, nnd were Joined by other of our iomo more dixies, and mixed up some troops, In small groups what was left orumeal for us. The chef made up of squads nnd platoons and singly. for it the next day, though. The chef Our enptntn had got It a fifth time, ivns a great little guy. Ho was a meanwhile, but he wQuld not leave us, 'blcsse" himself, and I guess his stom-ic- h as he was the ranking officer. no hnd sympathized with ours. a scolp wound, but the others were in There was a Frenchman In the bed his arms and shoulders. He could not lext to mo who had tho wholo side of move his hands at nil. lis face torn off. Ho told me he had Hut ho led our charge when we ran Deen next to a bomber, who had Just o for the woods. Wo carried some ilt a fuse nnd did not think It was guns with us as wo went, and turning fast enough, so he blew on It. the gunners would run a piece, set up, It burned fast enough after that, and' Arc while wc opened up for them, and there he was. run on ngnln. Some troops come out There was a Belgian In one of tho of n trench still farther to the right Hher wards, whom I gntto know pretty and helped us, and we drove the Ger- well, and he would often come over mans out of the woods nnd occupied It ind visit me. He naked many quesourselves. tions about DIxmude, for ho had had From there, we had the Germans In relatives there, though he had lost our old trench almost directly from j track of them. He often tried to de--I tho renr, and we simply cleaned them icrlbe the house they had lived In, so I out. I think all the vows were kept that I might tell him whether It was thnt day, or else tho men who made Mill standing or not, but I could not them died first. remember' the place he spoko of. DurI was shot through the thigh some ing our talks, he told me about many got time or other after tho captain atrocities. Some of the things he told back. U felt Just llko n needle-pric- k mo I hnd heard before, and some of nt first, nnd then for a while my leg Ihem I henrd of afterward. Here are wns numb. A couple of hours after wu omo things that he cither saw or took our trench back, I started out for heard of from victims : tho renr and hospital. The wound had Ho said that when the Germans enbeen hurting for soino time. They enr-rle-d tered the town of St. Quentln, they on a stretcher started firing Into the windows as they the cuptnin out about the name time, but he died on passed along. First, after they had octho wny from loss of blood. Fresh cupied the town, they bayoneted every troops came up to reilove us, but our worklngman they could find. Then men refused to go, and though officialthey took about hnlf of the children ly they were not there In the trench, that they could find, and killed them they stayed untjl they took the cap- with their musket butts. After this, tain awny. Then, back to billets not they marched the remainder ot, the chilbullets, tills time. I believe that we redren and the women to the square, ceived an army citation for that piece where they had lined up a row of male of work, but I do not know, as 1 wn? counter-atte 1 sabered. The Belgian told me he wns nt when tho Germans began shelling It. The bombardment lasted tho whole of August 21 and 22, 1014. They cenl, tered their fire on the prison, tho and the railway station. They entered tho town nt four o'clock In tho afternoon of August 23. During the hours, they behaved first twenty-fou- r themselves, but on the 24th they began, firing at anyone they pleased, nnd set fire to different houses on five of the Nn-mhos-pltn- principal squares. Then they ordered every ono to leave his house, and those who did not were For God and France. Our officers nlwnys led us, iro over. but I have never seen n German olllcer lend a charge. They nlwnys were behind their nun. driving Instead of leading, I do not believe they arc as bravo as they nre said to be. Well, we went over this time, and the muchlne guns were certainly going It strong. Wo were pretty 6ore ubout the chaiilnln nnd the Swiss and all that, and we put up an nwftil fight, but we could not make It and had to come back. Only one company reached the lloclie trenches and not a man of It came back who had not been wounded on tho way nnd did not reach the trench. They were Just wiped out, The captain wns missing, too. We thought he wns dono for? but about two o'clock in tho morning, he came He simply fell over into the back. trench, all In. Ho had been wounded four times, nnd had lnln In a shell crater, full of water for several houxs. He' would not go buck for treatment then, nnd when daylight came, it wns too late, becnuso wo were practically cut off by nrtlllery lire behind the front line trenches. When daylight came, tho artillery fire opened up right on us, and the Germans had advanced their lines Into nonin trenches formerly held by us and yards nwiiy. We rehurdly forty-llvceived bombs and shells right In our faces. A Tunisian In our company got crazy, and ran back over the parados. He run u few yards, then stopped and looked back nt us. I think he wns coming to his senses, anil would have started back to us. TJien the spot where ho had been was empty, nnd u second later his body from the chest down fell not threo yards from the parados. I do not know where the top part went,. That same shell cut u groovo In the low hilltop before It exploded. He had been bit by a big shell, and absolutely cut In two. 1 have seen this happen to four men, but this was.the onlv one In France. the hospital for n short time afterward,. I do not remember much about going to the hospital except that the umbulnnce made an awful racket going over the stone-pavestreets of Staples, nnd thnt the bearer who picked up one end of my stretcher, hnd eyes like dend full floating on water; also, that there were miiiiu civvies standing around the entrance as we were being carried In. The first thing they do In the hospital Is to tnke off your old dirty bnnd-ngo- s and slide your stretcher under n big electric magnet. A doctor comes In nnd places his hand over your wound, and they let down the magnet over his hand und turn on the Juice. If tho shell fragment or bullet In you Is more than seven centimeters deep, you cannot feel the pain. Tho first doctor reports to tho chief hoTv deep your wound Is, und where it is situated, and then a nurse comes up to you, where you lie, with your clothes still on, und usks you to tako tho "pressure." d Then they lift you on n cart, and roll you to tho operating theater. They tnke off your clothes there. I remember I liked to look at tho nurses und surgeons; they looked so good in their dona whlto clothes. Then they stick hollow needles Into you, which hurt u good deal, and you tako tho pressure. After n while, they begin cutting away tho bruised and muybe rotten flesh, removing tho old cloth, pieces of dirt, und so forth, and scraping away the splinters of bone. You think for sure you are going to bleed to death. Tho blood rushes through you like lightning, and If you get n sight of yourself, you can feel yourself turning pale. Then they hurry you to your bed, and cover you over r with blankets and bottles. They raise your bed ou chairs, so tho blood will run up toward your head, and nfler a while, your eyes open und tho doctor says, "Oul, oul, II vlvru," meaning that you still had somo tlmo to spend before finally going west. The treatment wo got In tho hospital was great. We received clgurcttes, tobacco, matches, magazines, aud clean clothes. The men do not talk about their wouuds much, und everybody tries to be happy and show It. Tho food was fine, and there was lots of It. I do not think there wcro any doctors In the world better thun ours,. and In d shot. The others, about four hundred In all, were drawn up In front of the church, close to the river bank. Tho Belgian said he could never forget how they all looked. "I can remember Just how It was," ho said. "There were eight men, whom I knew very well, standing In a row with several priests. Next camo two good friends of mine named Balbau and Gulllaumc, with Balbau's seventeen-year-old son; then two men who had taken refuge In a barn and had been discovered and blinded ; then two other men whom I bad never seen be-- , fore. "It was awful to see the way the women were crying 'Shoot me too, shoot mo with my husband." "Tho men were lined up on tho edge of tho hollow, which runs from the high road to the bottom of the village. One of them was leaning on tho shoulders of an old priest, and he was crying, T am too young I can't face death bravely.' "I couldn't bear the eight any longer. I turned my back to the road and covered my eyes. I heard the volley and the bodies falling. Then some one cried, 'Look, they're all down.' But a few escaped." This Belgian had escaped by hiding he could not remember how many days In an old cart filled with manure and rubbish. He had chewed old hides for food, had swam across the river, and hid in a mud bank for almost a week longer, and finally got to France. Ho took It very hard when we talked about DIxmude, and I told him that the old church was Just shot to pieces. He asked about a painting called the citizens against a wall. The women "Adoration of the Magi," and one of and children were told that If they tho other prisoners told us It had been moved, they would all be shot. An- saved and transported to Germnny. If other file of men wns brought up, and that Is true, and they do not destroy mnde to kneel In front of the other It meanwhile, wo will get It back, don't worry I men against the wall. My wound was Just a clean gunshot The women nnd children began to beg for the lives of the men, nnd many wound and not very serious, so, although It was not completely healed, they let me go after three weeks. But before I went, I saw something that no man of us will ever .forget. Some of them took vows Just like the men of the legion I have told about. One of tho patients was a German doctor, who had been picked up In No Man's Land, very seriously wounded. He wns given tho samo treatment as any of us, that is, tho very best, but finally, the doctors gave him up. They thought he would dlo slowly, and that It might take several weeks. But there was a nurso there, who took special Interest in his case, and she stayed up day and night for some tlmo and finully brought him through. Tho case wns very well known, nnd everybody snld she had performed a miracle. He got better slowly. Then a few weeks later, when he was out of dunger nnd wus able to walk, and It was only of tlmo before he would be released from the hospital, this nurso was transferred to another hospital. Everybody knew her und liked her, and when she ull the went uround to say good-by- , men were sorry nnd guvo her little presents, and wanted her to write to Women and Children Pegged for the them. She was going to get a nurse sho knew in tho other hospital to turn Lives of the Men. her letters Into English, so that sho of them were knocked In tho head with could write to me. I gavo her n ring gun butts before they stopped. I had mnde from u pleco of shell case, Then the Germans tired ut tho double but I guess she had hundreds of them rank of men. After threo volleys, there at that. were eighty-fou- r But this German doctor would not dead and twenty to her. Thnt would not wounded. Most of tho wounded they say good-bthen killed with axes, but somehow, have mndo mo sore, but It made this threo or four escaped by hiding under French girl feel very bad, und sho betho bodies of others and playing dead, gan to cry. Ono of tho French officers though tho officers walked up and saw her and found out about the docdown filing their revolvers Into the tor, and tho olllcer went up und spoko piles of bodies. to tho German. Then tho French ofThe next day tho Germans went ficer left, and tho German called to through the wine cellars, and shot all tho nurse and she went over to him the Inhabitants they found hiding and stooped crvlng. there. A lot of people, who bad taken (To bo Continued) refugo In a factory over night, decided to como out with u white flag. They Only threo weeks. Speed 'cr up I were allowed to. thlnkthut-thewhlt. e doctors hold out very small chances another hole. of recovery. Floyd had been feeling Buy MORE Bonds lu.d for two weeks but would not Aro wo too cocky? givo in till ho fell unconscious. Let's mill blowing and get down Ilcvivnl meetings nl tho Christian Church closed Monday night. Thorc to brass tacks I wcro llflecn additions to tho church. Gas may win the war. But It'll Ilcv. S. 11. Hawkins, of Georgetown, havo to bo n sort that Liberty Bonds held tho mooting. Ho is a very will havo lo buy not tho sort wo strong evangelist, pump whilo wo ought to bo out putII, It. Harrison returned Monday ting those quotas of ours ncrois. from London where ho was Judgo Spenking of tho necessity of woIn the I.nurel County fnir. Great crowds wcro present and tho peo- man suffrage ns n war measure wo ple wcro enthusiastic in their pa- nil note Hint It was only ten daya triotism. Harrison slopped off in after tho Bulgarian women rioted Hcrca on his way homo nnd visited because their men wcro being sent lo Hie Western front, that Bulgarian homo folks. Mrs. I). II. Clark and Mrs. I. S. men Said, "War? Wo'rc not in any Boone visited tho lattcr's daughter, war." Mrs. Walter Thacker, of Bowcn, this Quotas aro tho favorite meat in week. the Fourth District this fall. Mrs. Martha Derthick attended It's golden rod lime. And wo'ro tho V. C. T. U. Slnto Convention at Louisville from 26th to 30th and not going to run any risk of sparing tho rod. reports a wonderful convention. Mrs. Betlio Johnson is attending ;'Our objective," said Focli, "is tho Missionary Convention of the ono point. It is tho army of tho U. P. Church at Richmond, Ind., this enemy." Our objcclivo Is all tho week. money wc can raiso to help them Hill Johnson camo homo from' get that army. West Virginia the past week to seo The official U. S. Bulletin prints his family, returning again Sunday. A telegram camo this past week a long story, saying that a move has announcing that Newt Spencer, of! started to conserve tin, Wc aro out Knowlton, had been killed in battle, lo get all tho "tin" wo can garner September 2nd. This is coming' for tlio samo reason lo push tho war. close homo to many of us. James Chancy is attending Stale Girl workers in German factories University" at Lexington, and taking arc gelling $1.20 in cash out of their a special course for Undo Sam, wages weekly, and aro compelled AtUndo Sam has sent William lo uso tlio rest to buy war bonds. kinson hack to Stanton, and inciIf ono good turn deserves another, dentally his homo to assist Ihe draft wc owo a perpetual whirligig of board in their work. Wc regret to say that four of our bond buying to tho Yanks over Powell Counly boys left Camp Tay- thoro. lor without permission, two of them Last drive our cry was tho putting on civilian clothes. Wo do Hun." Now wo'ro shouting"Halt "Hurry not want to givo their names for and catch tho Hun." they may redeem themselves on the That spectacular work of tho bnttlcllcld and thus wipo oul the stain against them. It seems they Yanks at Chateau Thierry wouldn't were homesick and could stand it have been worth much if it hadn't been followed by day after day of no longer. Dudley Caudell and Rev. John the same grinding, pushing work. Martin attended the Y. M. C. A. con- Don't take too much timo in' thinkference in Louisville as Powell ing about what a good start wo all County's delegates. Howard Harri- made Saturday. son attended tho Y. M. C. A. meeting Your boy will never win the cross in Winchester Thursdry night. of war without tho help of someseriRobert Morris, who va3 so body's dollar. ously burned several months ago working in tho oil fields, is wh'Ie ablo to be out on crutches. Ho will bo a long time yet getting well. Rev. Joo Kincaid of SU Helens, partially attended tlio revival meetOwing to ings hero this week. broken health ho resigned as pastor of the Christian Church and will leave the 15th or thereabouts for Colorado or New Mexico to try and 1 regain his health. S. E. Baker, of Cow Creek, and Hiram Wliisman, of Fincastle, are putttng up the new store of Larkin Stamper, nnd will have it ready , somctimo next week. Quito a number from hero went lo Clay City Monday night to see tho Hun War Trophies on exhibition. Mrs. James Chancy will return this week from Ashland and visit with Mr. and Mrs. Sam Chancy till Jim returns from tho war. , A letter from Jesso Chanoy, Marion and James Atkinson, and Jim Stono tells of interesting things in Europe. Jim Atkinson has recovered from his wounds rccoived in tho Battlo of tho Marno and will again make it interesting for the liuns. Mrs. Fred Waro and children of Winchester vistted her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ido Boone, tho past week. brought his wifo Os McPlictrson from Middletown, O., two weeks ago to the homo of her father on Walton Creek. Sho died Saturday of consumption and funeral sermon was preached by Paul Derthick Sunday, burin! taking placo Monday. The burial was delayed owing to two brothers arriving from Middletown, Ohio. Vio Stephens and Charloy Crane folks. are show-mare attending Woslcyan College at AMERICANS definite, speclfla. Undo Sam will look graphic examples shown them. Winchester. Hero Is Louts Do Luca, a certain exoffer them til! war is over. Mrs. Willis Crafts' mother, Mrs. ample of sacrifice. He Is with the Liberty Bond Trophy Elma Wicr, of Washington, D. C. arrived tills week for a month's vis- Train now touring Ohio, Pennsylvania and Kentucky. it with her daughter. and lived in De Luca Is twenty-eigh- t is attending Slnto Richard Crowo Boston before be went Christian Church Convention at Huns. Richmond this week. Ho moved his He fought, and fought bard, In the family from Bowen Inst week to 23rd infantry In the 2nd division of tha American army. Stanton. In Chateau Thierry, June 4, after Mrs. J. W. Baker and daughter. fightlntc six months, a Hun Catherine, of Breathitt Counly, aro, he'd been bullet shattired his left arm. visiting their many kinfolks. Thoyi De Luca will tell you he's proud of will build a new homo at Simpson hit empty left ilcove. wlioro Mr. Baker owns interest In That's the way with all those who are giving themselves and their bodlea a coal mine. Mrs. Frank Harmon was operated In this fight. person see such Can a on at Winohestor hospital last week, sacrifice suoh willing sacrifice withSho was dangerously sick, but ut out getting to his toes and pledging this writing is slightly better.' his limit STANTON NEWS COLUMN Tho oil well being drilled In'cor-n- or A. J. Martin anil wifo wcro sumof Daddy Clark's farm wns unmoned lo tlio bedsido of llioir son, fortunate. At 700 foot n drill was Floyd, who is dangerously til nl tho lost ami they have moved machino city hospital in Indianapolis. Tho nh ut 200 feel distant and will drill Hero Is With Trophy Train e whole-hearte- A Pago Four. FLOWING THE CITIZEN WATER IN BEREA MRS. LICIITWARDT SUCCUMBS TO INFLUENZA There arc a great many In Berea Oclolicr 10, 1018. LOCAL PAGE NEWS OK DKRKA AND VICINITY, OATHKRKD VARIETY OK SOURCES FROM A Berea peoplo lived many happy oars before we had nny water works. Kncb bouso bad its well for hnrd water and Its cistern for soft walor, and sometimes in the sum- mer, wo had lo borrow of one The difficulties were greater in our large dormitories, where bun- Wo have the best lino of child dreds of young men nnd women bad ron's lams, lints and caps in town to secure water for bathing, and and wo still th'em right. Cnll nnd lie where the outcloscts were managed (ad Eva Walden by mentis of dirt or dust, convinced. J. I. Ncal, President of the Ken It was a great thing when Dr. Berea, Ky. Bank & Trust Bldg. tucky Student Volunteer Hand, with Pearsons gave $.'0,000 for the water headquarters nl Frankfort, was in works. Tho.sc consist of ten re- Korea over Sunday in Hit interests servoirs, located 200 feet higher of Hie Foreign Mission movement than Berea, from which the water Scientific horso shoeing, lino Iron among the students. He was pros conies h natural pressure and with work and repairs of all descriptions put at thp College Sunday-scho- ol very considerable force. To Dr. at the College Blacksmith Shop, and took part in the opening oxer Pearson' original gift, more has Main Street, north of The Citizen eisos. He also spoke at tho Y. M. C. been added, so that our Walor ad.! A. meeting in llie evening. Offlce. Works are now valued at nbovo Pnr Sain Mv fnfm rnnt.ilninc .1" $0,XX) and sewers 10,000 more. acres; pood four room cottage; barn, For nine months in the year the We Sell hats and sell them right. chicken house, etc. About seven supply is greater than Berea Col- ad. Mrs. Laura Jones. acres in meadow; about four or live lego and its students use, and we' "KILLED IN ACTION" Mr. nnd Mrs. .Minor Canflcld ncres in woods: rest of farm is nil So came tho telegram, Saturday, arrived last week to spend the tillable land. Thfs farm is off Dixie r.re able to share water with our neighbors. October 5. telling of the death of winter witli their son, Clare, and Highway about of mile and about The Institution, however, has John B. Gabbard, on September the family. interested never undertaken to furnish water 12th. f iu XI n run I n n W m lr I n la in n L I M r 2Vi miles from Berea. If ,pp 0 .T(0,,n nl works for the village. A few by- Johnnie ..was the son of Samira . an extended visit with her grand- on Main street meat drants have been placed nt stra- - Blanlon and W. II. Gabbard, He mother, Mrs. L. C. Gahbard, at her n. F. VanWinklo tegic points nnd ono nnd another leaves a father, W. II. Gabbard, of (Ad) homo on Center Street. Wanted Goal Buttermilk for the neighbor has been connected with near Wallaceton, two sisters, Nan- lino of tailored An College Bakery. Wo pay 12 cents a the water works, but always with nie nnd Mildred, his grandparents, dross and sport bats; best quality gallon for good quality. See Miss the understanding that no full sup- - Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Blanton, of near err- - al narlin& HaU iin'1 arrang,? ply is guaranteed, and that tho per- - Berea, and Mrs. I.. C. Gabbard, of (Ad) Eva Waldcn . (Ad) son subscribing for college water Berea, and for same. a host of other relatives Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Hart left Inst Suffrage has been defeat- - is also lo keep up a well and cistern and friends. week for Annislon, Ala, where thcyi ml Woman III l.atl tt'nmnn Will ittllt tnnlSllllA In , 'U llll lUIIUIlim W so as to have a supply of wnlcr on " will III His mother died when he was sev- all! , . . . win niiinu II. !H l.nm. f n flu muuiw '. uirii iiuiiiu ii iiiu fill linn lu V" hand for the dry time which al- - en years old. Mr. Harfs father is already there, ' We receive each from the ways comes in tho fall.. Johnnie was 22 years old, and was and his mother expects to join them fashion centers the advnncc styles The dry time comes earlier and among the first lo sail for France. soon. you buy more decidedly tills year man lie was a splendid soldier, wns Miss Iloe Minnicli is visiting in hats. See them before offered. (Ad) Eva Walden usual and it reveals the fact that promotion, and declined. He said: "1 friends and relatives in Beren. some people who have been receiv- - would rather go through the war as Sale at Laura Jones' ing College water have neglected to a private." store. Every bat in my big stock COLLEGE HOSPITAL NOTES keep up their wells and cisterns. Thou, God, who watches tho spar- (Ad) reduced for 10 days. Cornel At. Hip CoHeire Hosnlt.il nil bands row. Mr. and Mrs. B. H Gabbard spent arp busv , n,0 nati(mwi(lo nght Such people will suffer with all tho And numbers the hairs of the head. the week-en- d with relatives at against Spanisli Influenza. Several rest of us now. It must bo understood lhal tho In mercy, love, and pity. Wallaceton, Ky. cases have already been discharged, J. W. Dinsmore, formerly Dean well over it, and all those now in only way in which Beren enn hnvo KoefT guard o'er our precious dead. of the Berea Normal School, is in the hospital arc responding readily water to drink and keep its faco town for a short timo this week. to the treatment. No alarm is felt. clean the year round is by having DEATH OF McDONALD FRANKLIN I.ate Saturday evening Winfred stores of water in cisterns near Mr. Dinsmore is making things go! every roof. Wo shall suffer this Franklin rec?ived a message stating in the banking business at Cosh- had i PUBLIC GATHERINGS CANCELLED year. Let us be ready next year that bis brother. McDonald, boclon, 0. In view of the order from the with our own cisterns and wells died at Norfolk, Va, where ho went Sec those beautiful sailors In best three weeks before, called into tho State Board of Health that all pub so we shall never suffer again. stylo and latest colors at service of tho U. S. Navy. The an(Ad) Eva Walden's He gatherings bo dispensed witli un nouncement of McDonald's deatli Mr. Evans, State Secretary of the til the prevalent epidemic BOONE TAVERN NOTES a gloom over the faculty, and Endeavor Societies in sides, it has been necessary to This has been an unusually busy cat Berea has was in Berea on a busi- - eel the Berea Agricultural Fair, and week at Boone Tavern with two tho cntiro student-fiody- . the Mountain Workers Conference, dinner parties, a wedding, and a had few students who made a hotness trip this week. Dr. H. A. Iiichlwardt arrived in which was also scheduled for Berea great many guests. Among tho ter record and whoso lives promto look early next month. This will mean guests were Lieut Sam Scribner, of ised more for tho future than his. Berra tho first of tbe'weck after some business affairs in dis-- a great disappointment to many who San Antonio, Texas; Mr. and Mrs.. He spent four years in school here, posing of his household goods which were'planning to be present attbeso W. S. Doan. of Indianipolis: P. T. two in Foundation and two in the occasions, but to protect the public IFn7lnfit, mid f'lmilv ,f Pinni mm f i Academy. were stored hero. A1U'0 ho, 1,ml lo, wo All bats reduced at Laura Jones' health the order from the State G. P. Sxiwick, and party, of Cbica- -' !cnl,";e high store. Big stock to bo sold. Come Board is undoubtedly wise, and will bo: A. N. Kellev and family. Wyom- classes and found limb to do nctivo, before they aro picked over; get be followed ing, O.; Mrs. Leslie Anderson, Tom your choice. (Ad) "lQvyt soci pie, Texas; Dr, Jo5epl. I). Hunt, and P!,lt'i,'n he C",r,,,lia,n ,hm oavo1 a"'' i no many menus or Andrew MISSION PROGRAM AT BAPTIST Mrs. W. 0. Bullock of Lexington; Everything he do wa Isaacs will bo rejoiced to know that Mrs. It. E. Galbrath. and Mrs. J. J CHURCH well done. His cherft:l disposition bo is improving nicely, with good Bon- An interesting and instructive Gregory nnd two children, of a i' kind nature surrounded him hopes of an early recovery. Mr. program was given at tho Baptist ham. Ky.; Mr..Adkins, Way, W. Va.; with a host of friends. .,.,.1 U. f nlnnlr Dnflinllnl'llln !.. Isaacs has been seriously ill with church I IS. IjUIIA, . I JtlllWlll .1111, JJ. T..0 last Sunday morning. Tho UUII f pneumonia fever, at tho Robinson .. . . At live o clock. Wednesday, in tho ... ocension was Hospital. of Boone Tavern. Miss ,'""""' " was a year under the and State Mission Dav in tho Ban- - living He i.v.,L, Mn,.r.. f v r. In uiese Dcwncning ami cnarming tjst Supday-sel-oo- ls of tho State. t age. but felt bat Ins duly was creations, you'll sco tho new Fall Tho program, nnd Mr. Roy P. Clemens, of Hot which consisted Hf did not and Winter exemplified in their of various class exercises, scrip Springs. X. C. were married, Dr. " he receive bis simplicity and distinctive beauty. ture recitations and appropriate Meade performing the marriage cer cnll until the first week in Septem(Ad-1Fish's sonu's was well - eivon hv several emony. Among tne guests were tno ber, nnd while waiting for it, ho Mrs. Harold VanWinklo and little cbisses of the Sabbath school. Tho taught in tho schools near bis home ,, .. r, . . , ,, ., ,,. son, Louis, of Cincinnati, are spend- - collection and pledges from tho va-i- wiuii aim ..us. .u.iuiuii. wuuu j iiiui no rrnMnnrni v (, tiiiit it, u un iiiv i. v. several days with Mrs. J. Q. rious 'classes and departments ersox, Miss Welsh, Mr. and .Mrs. that his funeral servico was conScrivner and family, on Center amounted to over SCO, which will Vogel, and twelve of tho bride's ducted and where he was buried, school friends. The bride wore n Street. be devoted to State Missions. October 7th, ono month after ho dark blue travelling dress and black had said goodfiy tf) his home friends velvet hat, and carried white roses. and had reported for duty at autumn ton Roads. were decorations The I leaves, r Friday noon Dean McAllister gavo SERGT. E. L. SPENCE a luncheon, in tho private dining died, August J 2, in U. S. Base Hosroom, to a pr.rly of ten, among pital, France, of gunshot wounds whom were Mr. and Mrs. V. 0. Gi- received in battle. Fuller particulbert, and Miss Watts, of Frankfort, lars will be published in next week's J. T. C. Nop, of Lexington, A. M. Citizen. Stickles, of Bowling Green, anil C. . . Keith, of Richmond, members of! n n rnnQc the Board of Regents. TO WATER PATRONS Tllo lnrLn ,..,, nf ,,,,. Friday evening at 7:15 there was ,,, .,, ,.,,.a M1MI.V . ..,,,., ,.,., Tll nn. a dinner parly given In honor of tho tn x Board of Regents by the members of lpnU nr tMnff wol ,mt t rPO meet legitimate domestic require-m(l(, ' the Normal I acnlty and their wives. ,,ecacioi 8lIch ng 0HPt 8WC(;t merits, water must not be used for mk purposes, nor for building ...... ia.....n .....uu ....n sprinkling i iui ia ml(l)I.miik and jellies. ., erations until further notice. very pretty nffair. ..., ... n, (lf Another pjetty dinner was given if ,.ilijna hnvin ,i.,.a iiii..e ..,. ... - w touv., for Axel Krnberg and twelvo of bU .,,.,.,friends, by his mother, Monday ovo olllce or Iho hospital, for tho j ning. Mr. l.rnlierg is iiomo on nir tients who aro too sick to Cat tho Use Water Sparingly Do Not Waste It lougn, irom Armour insiiiuie. nrilin-irfnoil-Among tho departures have been Berea Red Cross Chapter Dr. Klizabetb Campbell, and her "WHERE water is used for. sprinkling, allowed to run, or where water fixmother, called home by Hip epidemic. CARD Or THANKS tures are not kept in good order, the in Cincinnati, and Miss Jane Puller Wo wish to Uiank our many waterworks will excicise its right to disnnd her mother. friends and neighbors .for tliejr continue supply forthwith and without kindness and service to us nnd our further notice. ANNUAL MEETING dear mother, Mrs. Gentry, during The annual meeting of Berea Red her four weeks' illness and death. Her Bereaved Children Cross Chapter will bo hold in tho Red Cross room (Vocational Chapel),! ATTENTION HOME SEEKERSI In effect Auiru.t 10, 1918. at 7:30 Wednesday evening, October 0 HOWARD E. WAY I Action of l'rad.ntful .Why leave tho Stato to find good Custodian of Properties 23rd. Comraltte There will be nn election of offl- - homes when Berea offers so many cers for the ensuing year, and re- - good investments In the way of In caie Phone ports from tho different commit- - town property anil country homes? TOWN 194, COLLEGE 16 of trouble I Wo believo wo have for salo some tees, after which light refreshments will be served. Kvory member is of tho best Investments to bo found, in tho way of town proporty.bullding urged to be present. Ellen H. Mitchell, Secretary lots, and farms, but can only do- - Dean & Stafford REAL ESTATE Best Blacksmithing who will regret to hear of tho denth of Mrs. II. A. UchlwardU Dr. and Mrs. I.lchtwardl enmo to Berea something over n year, ngo, and malned hero until Inst June, when Dr. I. ichlwardt joined the colors nnd Mrs. l.lchlwnrdl went with him, to Gettysburg, Pa., where ho has been stationed Until recently, when ho was transferred to Toltylinnnn. His wife went with him, but wrolo to friends here that they expected ho would be sent "across" very soon and then, she should return to Berea, At Tobyhantm they were having rather n bed epidemic of Spanish Inlluena, nnd Mrs. I. ichlwardt con- traded the disease, and in spile of the very best medical and nursing care pneumonln set in, resulting in her denth, Saturday, October C. Wo wish lo express to Dr. I.ichtwardt our deepest sympathy. EMI1RR IIESEIIVR SYSTErl M THE STRENGTH OFfl BANK strength of n bank depends upon the case nnd speed with which it can mnkc its assets available In cash when needed. Because of our membership in the Federal Reserve System, wc can nt nny time instantly obtain cash by rediscounting with the Federal Reserve Bank the commercial paper which constitutes n large part of our assets. This in effect increases our available reserve nnd insures our being able to meet demands for cash nt nny time. THE fe --TEST brraraHEJ A Berea National Bank v 1 mr b'T Mid-Seas- . an . I '"'", ....... 1 " ... mi "V?" e"lr 5) ng ..... a scribe a few of them. .No. 83. U ii nice farm on Dixie Highway, S miles out, contains 108 acres, good house, cistrrn, barn, Ico Iioum-- , orchard, nnd lino garden. Prico $110 per acre. No. ID. Farm on Dixie Highway, contains about 72 ncres, nice four-roo- m house, weather boarded and plastexed; new barn, 32x10 feet. This place lias been rented out, and all il needs is a man'ou it. It is all limestone land and will respond to good treatment. Liberal terms can bo secured on this number. A special bargain at $80.00. No. 33. A small farm of 12 acres, three miles out of town. Tho. best improved littlo placo in tho country, of its size. Splendid bouso, barn, orchard, and garden. Nothing liko iL Prico $6,000 and tho improvements cost tho money asked for the place. No. 20. Is a nice house, just insido the corporation, on a resident street: it contains ono acre of lino, level land. Priced to sell quick, at ?t,500. s No. 99. Is our special bargain. It contains 531 acres of tho best land in 5 miles of Berea, in a high sLitc of cultivation, is susceptible of division, and lias buildings and improvements on, every piece. This land, in corn or tobacco, will pay 00 per cent on tho investment. Prico $125 per acre; one-thicash, balance to suit purchaser. No. .33. A lino farm on pike, 0 miles from Berea, -- 137 ncroa, good house, plenty of water, good land in high sUito of cultivation. If you want a hico place, see this one. Price $150. No. II. Is a farm of 0514 acres, fronting Vi milo on Dixio Highway ono of tho most desirable loca rd tions in the country, 3 miles ouL This number is susceptlblo of division, needs a man on it to fix it up a little, and will sell for a profit. Priced to sell nt $1,500. We hnvy other properties to sell: Far i in, suburban homes nnd city proporly, vacant lots, Improved farm lands anything in tho way of renl estate. We will also rent your proporly in Borca. If you want proporly in or around Berea, bettpr buy il now .It will Call at Borca never bo cheaper Bank & Trust Co, and sco us and tell us what you want, and wo will try to llud it for you. Mr. Dean is cashier of tho Bank and solicits ymir account and promises you every courtesy consistent with legitimate banking. Mr. Herndon will show you tho property, ad. Dean ti Herndon. 1 1 Wc pay from $2.00 to $35.00 per srt (broken or not). We also pay actual value for Diamonds, old Gold Silver and Bridge-worSend at once by parcel post and receive cash by return mail MAZF.R'S TOOTH SPECIALTY D.pl. X. 2007. So. Slh Si. Ph.Ud.lphl.. P.. 1- - WE BUY OLD FALSE TEETH MOORE'S Jewelry Store .'it First Class Repairing ' FOR AND Fine Line of Jewelry MAIN ST. BEREA. KY. SAVE WATER! IMPORTANT NOTICE ,,,., ,,,.. The Height of Style and Value in Women's Coats & Suits are on display. Visit our store. See and try on some of these .p-vi- p,, CAUTION! - I priced distinctive, m oderately 11 Kentucky -- ' B. E. BELUE CO. Richmond Berea College ..... by Porter-Moor- A LcgmUy i nunc oi it. Mr km mer.bcte'i remetlr lor hog cholera that It told under a Leiral Uuatantra llond." How can you allord to taka chancei against l.oir cholera tfben you can iret Ihlt ramrdy on tuch tertut? GUARANTEED CURE for Triutupthtl.iruraati.! lomrii4.nratluvrliolrra. Iathcootr rmM f Miller Hun mr ) her k wurlt nm ren.wly, ur 1 m. tut I toM oil turn, Clu..L.III).ll4lluut..UJ. At AllilrujlUU. IIOONItON RKM ")V COMPANY. I.ti'ii.- - n. K ouroon Hog Cholera Remedy e Ckolera Hog V Sold Drag Co. The Man Who Succeeds is the One Who Knows Thing T. OolmVr 10, 1018. Tun citizi:n FARMS, TARMS, FARMSi Page Flvo. The Citizen A family Newtpsper for nil true, nnd Interesting m It right I'ul.llihnl Trry Thuradar t Htm, Kr. BEREA PUBLISHING (IncorpAf airtl) Editor-ln-C- CO. WM. G. FROST, Suliicrlptlon Rates TAYAItU: IN ADVANCE Tbrr On Year SI i Months Sl.M ,Wi fin Montht or Kxrri Money SmJ monry by lt-ofllcOrder. Dm ft, Uejdstere-- I Letter, or one and two cent lUmpi. Th dto after your nam on label rVrw to what rit your uUcrttttlon I alJ. If It It not ehtntre-- l within three, weekt after renewal notify u. Mlln( numkn will t clarity aupptM If are noli flu! liberal temi given to any who obtain new forut. Any one enllnjr ui four yearly aulrcrlptlont ran receive The Cltlxen free for one year. AuvrrtUInc ratet on application UNCLE SAM'S ADVICEJJN FLU U. S. Public Health Service, Issues r Official Health Bulletin on Influenza. LATEST SUBJECT. WORD ON Epidemic Probably Not Spanlih In Origin Germ Still Unknown Peo. pie Should Guard Agalntt "Droplet Infection" Surgeon General Dlue Make Authoritative Statement D. 0. (Speclnl.) King Alfonso or Spain was ono of the victims of ttie Influenza In "1803 and again this, summer, Spanliti authorities .rcpudlato nny "Spnulstr disclaim to Influenza as ease. If tli- - people of this country do not take enro the epidemic will lie coma so widespread throughout the United Stairs that soon we shall hear Hit! dlsciine called "American" Ititlu-enz- Wellington, In response to a request for definite Information concerning Spanish Influenza, Surgeon ('eucrnl llupert Itlue of the U. K. Public Health Service hns authorized the following olllclal Interview : What is Spanish Influenzal Is It something new? Does it come from Spain? "The illsens now occurring In this country and Vailed 'Spanish Influenza' resembles a very contagious kind of 'cold,' accompanied tiy fever, fains Coughs and Sneezes Spread Diseases As Dangerous aa itolson Gas Sheila in the head, eyes, ears, hack or other parts of the tody and a feeling of severe sickness. In most of the cases the symptoms disappear after three or four days, the patient then nildly recovering. Some of the patients, however. develop pneumonia, or lullnmmatlon of the ear, or meningitis, and many of theso complicated cases dler Whether 'Spanish' Influenza li this Identlcnl with the epidemics of Intluen r.a of earlier years Is not yet known. "Kpldcmlcs of Inlluenzn have visited this country since 1017. It Is Interest' Ing to know that this first epidemic wus brought hero from Valencia, Spain. Since that tlrlio there have been numerous epidemics of the dls ease. In 1889 and 1S00 an epidemic of Influenza, starting somen here In tho Orient, spread first to Hussla and thence over practically the entire civ ilized world. Three yeors later there was another flare-u- p of the disease. Itoth times tho epidemic spread wide ly over the United Slates. "Although (lie present epidemic Is called 'Spaulkli lulluenra,' there Is no reusnn to believe that It originated III Spain. Some writers who have studied the question believe that tho epidemic came from tho Orient and they call attention to the fact that the Germans mention the disease as occurring along tho eastern front lu the summer and full of 1017." How can "Spanish Influenza" be rec ojVilzed? "There Is as yet no certain way In which a single case of 'Spanish Influenza' can be recognized. On the otlu r hand, recognition Is eij)y where' there Is a group of cases, fii contrast to the outbreaks of ordinary coughs and colds, which usually occur In tha cold months, epidemics of Influenza may occur at any season of the year. epidemic raged most Thus Intensely In Europe In Slay, June and .July. Moreover, In the case of ordl- nary colds, the general symptoms (fever, pain, depression) are by no means as severe or as sudden In their onset ns they are In Influents. Finally, ordinary colds do not spreud through tho community so rapidly or' so extensively us does Influenza. 'ln most cubes u nerson taken sick t No". 30. 218 ncro farm. dwelling in good repair; largo dairy, MANY ARE KILLED In Boone, Kenton, Grant and Galla- good tobacco barn nnd good feed tin Counties, For Sale barn, In fact nil necessary out build"V" tacrine that we mar malt WHEN U. What, right f WAR No. 108. 270 ncrcs In Grant Conn- - ings. New American wire fencing . ... - .la Uf wriMwtM ... on Can I rhrn It'l for Uxfr ii n nuiiarrain of cmr mt at ij ffoia r J milo ly. Kino barns (00x10 and 00x38). nil nrotind farm. Lays fine. aalO Thw men vhoVt aucWd lh dri ( II f (nrr not be oura a train 01 linn from piko and 3 miles to It. It. Oood fences. Well watered, Splcn A. lona; In, lite at latte boys' Hiit gitm llftif, or limb js. PLANT UP $21,800. tanje. frame, house in good re station. did ""1 pair nml well watered with novcr No. 310. 180 aero farm, all In I falling springs and pond. Ic6 house, grass and Inys well. Situated on HONOR ROLL KENTUCKY'S Wounded Severely Corporal .Ino. out buildings and a good orchard. Hundreds Slain and Many MissThe War Department reports tlio K Harrison, Flemlngsburg; Privates Another sot of Improvements along the Nicholson pike. 2 good barns; ing After Explosions at fine stock nnd tobacco farm. Good following casunllles fur Tuesday, .John II. Homan, Springfield; Clar-en- re sido making 11 a desirable placo for house. $18,000. Morgan, N. J. W. Carter, Hurkvllle; Leonard two October Htb: families; with plenty of tooac I Died frotn Wotinds Privates I.p-lKgginspiller, Propped; Joe Mur- co land, and within one-thimiloof No. 57. 09 aero farm, with now W. Movers. Ctmningsham; Olllo ray. Louisville; Albert A. Antic, church, school and stores. Price bungalow, basement nnd furnace. 2 K. 1'iilleii, Hickman; Herat. K. I,. Irene; Caleb W. Fecback, Mfllors-bur- g; barns; most nil tho land in grass MORE THAN 100 ARE INJURED now only $30,000. Hpetice. Ilerea stttdenl ll)ai-lotiia; Robert Anderson Searcy, and "Bluo Grass." milo from " John Onbbard, llcrea, killed in ac No. 400. 200 acres on Dixie high pike and 13 miles from Cincinnati. tlon. Missing in Action Privates Chas. way, uolxl barns antj House, alio At a prico of $10,000. Entire Factory, Which Loaded Shells Died of Disease McDonnld Friink-ll- n, Wethlnglon, Hadley Hradlet How- - new lunant house; good fences; for General Ptr.hlnn'a ForraV la J " On If Mt nu. ou. ;w ncro larm. died at Norfolk, enck. Corbin; Harnel C. Carr, Albany; plenty tobacco land; well watered. llcrea, IOIi-1- 7, nines Destroyed-Prop- erty Lo.rf ' from Covington. Mostly nil in Bluo1 put at $18,000,000. Vn. (ico. w. Kdwrinla, Hetipel. milo from II. II. station and 2 Grass. Large barn with basement; --miles front excellent graded school .,, k riilher wltfr luHiieii.n nnd 3 good churches. Two rall- - old brick and frame houso; flno' Perth Amboy, N. .1., Oct. 7. With lie feels wiuk. hati pulns In tho Spain. nmong tlio buildings Vi mlla flnmes raging How can one guard against Influ- - roads. 30 day price to sell, $25,000. stock and tobacco farm. eyes, ears, heiul or Imt k. and may he from Erlanger and Southern R. n.' whrro 'll"'lniis occurred nil night sore all over. Many patients feel enza? No. 100. "!"'" ,om,ln? ,,,,nnt milo Dixie highway. station. This farm goes at $10,000, flt. "l':, dizzy, some vnmlt. Mint of the "In guarding ngnlnst disease of all of T" A' (mu'"' A Co.. nt Morgan . complain of feeling chilly, nnd kinds, It Is important flint the body bo Splendid new house; two new barns; or in two tracts of 100 acres each N J( lllor(, J2 ,10l)rs with this comes n fevir In which the kepi strong nnd nble to fight off dls- - pretty well fenced and on good pike; temperature rises to ene germs. This can he done by hav- - 2 rnic3 frorn y p., ju stations (Q. i: Wo have n largo 1st of farms and nfler the first detonation were Hint to 101. In s of m m. Ing n proper proportion of work, piny c most cases the pulse remains relative, ,, , town property and arc consUnntly KI)0(I. of the company's 2.000 ,nlcht- g, N dr ly slow. rest, by keeping the body well and changing. Wc invito thoso whoaro shift employees only 101 had been dell- "In appearance one Is struck by the clothed, nnd by eating sufficient whole- - cs the best in North Kentucky, in the market for kood farms to nltrly nccounted for. Prico ?20,000. fact that (he patient looks sick. Ills some and properly selected food. In Another terrific explosion of n T. N. come to our countytjbeforo buying eyes anil the Inner side of his eyelids connection with diet, It Is well to ro-No- - 8j- ,0j acrcs- - Modern !iOUH elsewhere. Please do not forget us. T- "''K'"'-Ioccurred nM0:09 n. m. may ho slightly 'bloodshot,' or 'conmember tliut milk Is one of the best Perth Amboy. gested,' ns the doctors' say. There nll arouml foods obtalnublo for adults with bath, etc. On good piko and ?o meet all trains with convoyanco Hu""f r"ckt,' may bo running from the nose, or ns well ns children. So fur ns a dls- - closo to II. It. station, schools and artd show you the property free of there may be some couch. These signs ease like Inlluenzn Is concerned, health churches. New barn and plenty, of cost to you. Call us up or call at the firs! expioloti occurred Snturdny of n cold may not be marked ; neverauthorities everywhere recognize' tlio fruj $12000. our office (The Equitable Bank & night when they saw nn nlrplnno theless the patient looks nnd feels very very close relation between Its spread hovering over the Gillespie plant. and overcrowded homes. While It Is sick. jfo. 402. 88 acres. Near good town Trust Co. Bldg.). While unntllelal estlmntes placed tho Conic to Walton, Ky., by two In wiUl "In addition to the nppearance rifcd not always possible, especially schools. On clrcIC3 and an olllccr , the symptoms ns already described, times like the present, to nvold such railroads and Dixio highway. Wo number of fatalities ot 137. expressed II- Station Within 0 examination of the patient's blond may nverrrnwdlmr. t.eofl.. .hnt.1,1 rnnsl.ler b'0 Pik are wailing for you. Only 20 miles ot the Gillespie company list would tl'c opinion Hint the death the health dnnger nnd mnku every mile' New barn and plenty of lo- aid the physician in recognizing 'Spanbacco land, and a bargain at $100 from Cincinnati, and land is cheaper piove to be much smaller. ish It.llueimi,' for It has been found effort to reduce the home overcrowd hero than elsewhere. Ing to n minimum. The value of fresh per acre. Tho miofllclnl figures were hnsed mil in tins ingenue the number of Send for List. upon statements of persons who deopen windows cannot he ii r through white corpuseles shows little or no No. 300. 112 acres on Dixio high over emphasized. above the iiormnl. It Is possiThe Powers Real Estate Company, clared that 04 men perl'hed In tho first explosion Friday that "When crowding Is unavoidable, ns way and 1 milo from It. M. station. ble that i he laboratory Investigations Walton, Kentucky '2Ti firemen, Including night, and chief, In street cars, cure should he taken to ' Plenty of water; good tobacco land: their now being made through the National nnmed Donohue, nnd 18 guards at tlio-- j Itcteiirrh Council and Hie United keep the face mi turned ns not to In finlnnilirl linllan twn Ann Itnnna CIJl Gillespie plant, were blown to pieces Suites Hygienic Ijiborutory will fur- hale directly the air breathed out by mlc(J FOR SALE oar the noted Carlsbad I when one nf (tie lillllfllm-- d eTtilnopil nish n more certain wny In which IndiSprings, Grant County. On the mar Twenty acres of land near Big t 3 . m. vidual cities of this disease can be "It Is especially Important to ' Hill. House and lot; all tillable; recognised." of the person who coughs or ket for 30 days at $10,000, Fre a'nd Explosions Cont nue. thrco acres of woods, balanco in cul- sneezes without covering his mouth What Is the course of the disease? InlermUU,nt e3pIoslos f lhe No. 75. 101 acres on good pike and nnd nose. It nlso follows that one ' Good road; a bargain at e, munition buildings nre continuing Do people die of It? should keep out of crowds nnd stuffy closo to R. It. station. Good house $800. Liberal terms. M. J. Carrier, nnd lire Is still raging In some of tho "Ordinarily, the fever lasts frotn places us much ns possible, and barn. The whole thing in the Big Hill, Ky. (ad.; buildings. three to four days and the patient re- homes, ofllces and workshops keep well Huo Grass. Fjno tobacco land and covers. Hut while the proportion of ulred, spend some The Inst heavy explosion, which ' time out .of doors no boltcr "buy.. in Kentucky while ilea tin In tho present epidemic has each day. walk x rocked northern New Jersey and to work If'ut all pruc- - ,n,inr. Pn FARMS FOR SALE generally been low. In some plncos the t mil e In Khort. tnnk.. was distinctly felt In New York city, " ia' an Mt.h ovi.ru ,ioall,l outbreak has been severe nnd deaths effort to breathe as much pure air as ir it's farm land you want, I have occurred at 4 n. in. this morning. A No. 321. 200V4 acres in Boone have been numerous. When death occontaining a warehouse magazine possible. inc. tivr- - hon CoUnty, Ky. curs It Is usually the result of a comNear churches and "In all health mntters follow the adgain como to me, for I have the farm Inrge quantity of T. N. T., blew up nt plication." that time. Several lesser blasts shook vice of your doctor and obey the 'regu- school. On model road and only 12 What causes the disease and how la lations of your local and state health miles from tho heart of Cincinnati, you want, at the price you want to live' surrounding country between flvo Pay. It spread? nnd seyen o'clock tho best market in tho U. S. 7 miles illleers." No. 0005 acres of land right 1n "ItHCterlologlsta who have studied In"Cover up each cough and sneeze, II. H. and car line. Fine Marines Ordered to Scene. town, all fenced and in good shape, If you don't you'll spread disease." fluenza epidemics In the past have residence, halls and porches, baseThe commander of the Department very on rock piko in 100 yards of graded foiling in many of tho cases a of tho East took, charge of the cntfra ment, .bath nid toilet. 3 good germ called, after lis Smnll suiiuoi, tenant houses. Blacksmith depot, ono quarter mue 01 raiiroaa situation A company of coast guards discoverer, I'felfTer's bacillus. In other 1 seven-rooa No. framo. from New York nnd mnrlnes from cases of apparently the same .kind of UIG U. S. D1UVB IN TUB AIlGONNE shop. 3 good barns, silo, ice house, housc'with porches, nice tlons In this district were sent to tho (Continued rrom rage one) granary, stables nnd cribs. Garago, disease there were found pneumococcl, j the yard, hen, meat nnd wood houses, nil Morgan vicinity7 to tne germs or loimr pneumonia, nun upon the defense of Homngne others Hen house, milk house, etc. 1 ""iP nii others hnve been caused by strepto- were Infiltrating through Hols de orchard. Well watered and fenced. buildings now, good garden. Ono of tn"Hs According to Perth Aaiboy authori cocci, and by others germs with Jong Legon und opened up n flanking tire. tho best buildings and locations in This farm lays level to gently roll- ties, Arthur II. Stanton of Hint cTty, names. town. Prico $1,800. The Oermnns then counter-nttnekeing; all of it can be farmed with superintendent of the building has "No matter what particular kind of through Cunel wood. No. 500 Farm of 844 acres on been Identified ns one of the dend. tractor. No bushes, stumps or rocks country germ causes the epidemic, it Is now In the sector of Fays wood the road, closo to mail, teleRailroad Fireman Dies a Hero. believed that Influenza Is always enptured more iinrli a score to bother. All in good grass except phone, school and churches; 01 acres Another of the dend Is said to bo spread from person to person, the Americans tnnks. fl or 8 acres; and all in high state cleared, fenced and bross-fencen railroad fireman who died under germs being cnrrled with ttie air along of German Other Germans enmo up through Se; of cultivation. Will grow any crops good; 4i acres in clover an6 ro,c circumstances. A tralnloud of with the very email droplets of mucus, gon wood to counter-attacbut were 'that goodvmolher earth will grow. "ly tor shipment to tho erjwlled by coughing or sneezing, large orchard, good gar- - P'osl. Worth $200 per acre, but can be bad forceful talking, nnd the like by one hurled buck with heavy losses. den and no better water anywhere; American oversens forces wus stand-- a The Americana fought over ground for- n short while at $125 per acre, who alrendy bus the germs of the the ynrd "8 lot of nice limber. This farm is when n siding inexplosion of the plant They may also lie cnrrled nliout (carpeted with German corpse. the first : rocked tho No. 82. 024 acres. Vi milo to nearly all level. Seven-rooframo countryside. Itemizing the danger, tho In the air In the form of dust coining good town in Boono County, Ky. On house, two barns, 32x30 each; silo firemnn bncked n) locomotive to tho from dried mucus, from coughing and sneezing, or from careless people who MANAGEMENT, CIRCULATION, ETC., pike; churches and school only V4 and all necessary outbuildings and train, coupled the cars nnd started to spit on the floor and an the sidewalk. fragment of mile. Fine brick with granaries. Twenty tons of hay, 2 haul them awny when REQUIRED BY THE ACT or l As in most oilier catching diseases, a ' luftls struck nnd killed hlin. nnd porches and furnace. ! cows, 2 calves, a'horscs, 2 wagons, AUGUST 24, 1912 person who has only u mild attack of Members of Families Hurt, acrfia corn, about 60 bushels Of "The Citizen," published week- -' tenant house. Necessary out build-l- y, 0 the disease himself may give a very at Berca. Kentucky, for October, ings; plenty of fruit; well watered. of wheat, about 200 bushels or oats, Until the military nuthorltles took severe attack to others." aero potatoes, 0 bead hogs, charge, families of the employees In Good land for nny crop. 2 fine one-ha- lf What should be done by those who 1, 1018. Kdilor, Wm. G. Frost, Bcrea, Ky. horns. Lino nnd cross fenco woven binder, mowing machino and rako, the blazing and blnstlng plant hovered catch the disease? drill, corn drill, breaking lu 11,0 vicinity, recklessly waiting for "It Is very Important that every per- Managing Editor, Win. E. Ilix, Bcrea, wire. Lays well. Cheap at $15,000. wheat two-horplow, cultivator and har word from loved ones. Mnny of theso son who becomes bIcU with Inlluenzn Ky. No. 372. 123 acres. 1 milo from row. Prico for all. $7;000; to hnve nr should go home at once and go to bed. for farm, fromsaid munition sustnlned shrdl huuu Owners, Mlerea Publishing Co. fragments and othH. It. station in Grant County, Ky the $5,000. This will help keep awny dangerous (.. Ky, 30 per ,Wm. Beroa. er debris. 0n piko. churchc3 am, schoolg. do complications and will, nt the snme No. 1 A farm of 53 acres on coun- Reports received In Perth Amboy Good framo house of 8 rooms ty road, closo time, keep the patient from scattering co!,' ... , poL , to school, church and said that practically the entire plant ' ' the disease fur and wide. It is highly wltli halls nnd porches. Plenty of store, all level, not ono foot of waste of the company was wrecked or dam- . Iv. Way. hy, per cent.1 fpu,t desirable that no one be allowed to land; all in timber, except ono aero. neiH'- - 0ne hundred nnd fifty bulld- mortageca sleep In the same room with tho paKnown bondholders J rf lobacco , d y, tient. In fact, no one hut the u six ,nRS C0,nP8e tfe P,nn. which occu- anil othor security holders, holding . nrna. . . , . nrnB noM, nt A new framo house, town o In the room. I should be allowed rooms, hen and meat houso, young ......I innHn ..r Inlnl iilimiliit f Morgan. estimated, orchard. A nice location and can't liqu,pmerit The buildings Is. value of "If there Is cough nnd sputum or of bonds, mortgages or other secur- -' s ' and $18,000,000. running of the eyes und nose, enre No. 212. 130 aero farm with new bo beat for tho money. Price $1,- - ah rnmis to the dflvnstntert eena . should bo taken that nil such dis ities: eunrileri hv troons from fnmn Vnll (Bcrea College holds certain protn- - 7 room dwelling. New barn with 000. charges are collected on bits of gauze No. 508 A farm of 1024 acres A young woman telephone operator or rug or paper napkins and burned, isory notes against tho corporation.) basement. "All new" and a beautiful location. Only 13 miles to Cin bluo grass land; all fenced, all in nt ,,ie PIn,lt Is credited with saving Win. E. Ilix, If the patient complains of fever nnd ,,pr mco wns nbout a headache, he should be given water to of which is bluo ,pnny llves- Managing Editor. cinnati nnd 4 miles to County Scat grass, drink, a cold compress to the forehead Sworn to nnd subscribed before me of Kenton County. Good piko. Prico grass; on county road; closo to (r0'n ex; V'h!'. slc"8post, her she and a light sponge. Only such medischool, churches and stores; good lcamng nm,)Ulnnce3, $13,000. this 2nd day of October, 1018, py8,cIanSi cine should be given us Is prescribed water and n houso. This men nnd soldiers. El leti II. Raymond, Notary Public. Though windows by tho doctor. It Is foolish to ask tlio No. 211. 185 acres of lino land, farm is about 5 miles from Danville, li. tho building were broken nnd her druggist to prescribe und may be dan- (My commission oxpires May 21, witli dwelling. Largo stock Ky. This is good land; can't bo beat Mo several times endnngered, she re-gerous to take the 'safe, suro 1021). and feed barn; also small tobacco for tbo monoy. Prico $150 per acre. t and harmless' remedies advertised by barn. Good fencing. Lot of fruit. patent medicine manufacturers. Terms can bo mado on most nil Exploding slTelirciauie Panic. $20,350, or will sell improvements "It the patient Is so situated that he rarms. I hnvo tho most complclo Within n radius of almost ten mllen can be attended only by some one who BULLETIN ON SPANISH and about 00 acres at $110 per aero. list of farms that I know of.' Write of Morgan buildings nnd the ground INFLUENZA must also look nfter others In the fams were dotted with empty nnd No. 255. 1 17 acres. 2 story frame for my 'price list it's free. The Surgeon General pf tho U. S. ily, It Is ndvlsuhlo that such attendant other debris frotn the munition build-lugMonroo Thompson, wear a wruppe, apron or gown over Public Health Servico has just is houso; 3 burns; beautiful location of persons In the terWaynesburg. Ky. ritory Hundreds n tho ordluary bouse clothes while In the sued a publication dealing with on two pikes; flno fruit; well wa were by the sick room and slip this irlT when leav- Spanish Iiilliienzn, which contains bombardment of shells of all tered; all in grass. Prico of $11,000. Buy MORE Bonds ing to look ".after tho others. rj.r..nninll.tn Mnny theories us to what nll rnllbem. a " ....llnl.l.. "Nurse, and attendants wUt.do well j caused the tragedy were advanced. AH Simplo this disease. - regarding to gunrtl against breathing In dangerktorlen agree that the first explosion SMART PEOPLE BUY DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS ous disease germs by weurlng a simple methods relative to its prevention, occurred lnjlhe.0 I building. fold of gauze or mask while near the manner of spread, and caro of pa- patient.1 lients, are also given. Headers may FROM THUGS KILL RUSS LEADER Will a person who has had Influenza obtain copies of this phamplet frco before catch the disease again? of charge by writing to tho "Sur- Alexander J. Qutchkoff, Former MiniIt Is well known that un attack ofK0OI, General, U. S. Publio Health ster of War, Is Reported Murmeasles or scarlet fever or smallpox Servico, Washington, D. a" dered by Robbers. person against usually protects attack of the same disease. This Uncle Eben. London, Oct. 7. Alexander J. Dutch-Itof- f. appears not to be true of 'Spanish THERE IS A REASON "A mnn dut depends on flattery; to former Russian minister of war. According to newspaper and lender of the Ortoberlst party, has the King of Spain suffered, an help 'I m along," said Undo Uben, "aln been murdered by robbers. This InRICHMOND atturk of Influenza during the epl- - very much dllTunt t'um de man dut KENTUCKY formation It received by the Central demtf t h rt v. yen rs. a go, n nd. wn H. nil In tries to do, business wlf counterfeit News In dispatch from Auufterdaia stricken during the recent outbreak in money." quoting Moscow ud vices. IASUALTY UST S. . BLOWS on rd 8, , Car-mlll- " I sud"-denl- I I ls ,,,. , JtX e - I wreck-livatio- I m ro -- d C-- I, d; dls-ca- - m j 11 -2 J se r'd' y e two-stor- l''!1'? w'e i s ieave-her,no- s. I shell-case- s. panic-stricke- 11 OWEN McKEE 1 I 11 In Two Weeks a New Student Has More Friends in Berea Than Anywhere Else V Paso BLx. thk crnzfiN October 10, 1018. MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spencc, Farm Demonstrator and Special Investigator SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING Berea's HOME DEPARTMENT Conducted by Miss Margaret Dizncy, Director of Home Science GOOD THINQS FOR THE TADLE. tnlo bread nbotit nn Inch nnd n bnlf wide nnd four Indies lone, spread with butter on both sides nml net Into the oven until delicately browned on both sides. When ready to use, sprcml with niayon-nnls- o oT J It is estimated timo in canning. that llicro has been during tlio year, a 50 per cent incrcaso in tlio mini All tlio fanners who aro going to'licr of firms manufacturing homo Vocational Schools emv wlmnf. this fnll and have not1 canning supplies, nn avcrago in 1st Door power, combinod with Training that adtfe to your money-earnin- g a Red, White and Mho card lacked crease of 25 per cont in tlio quantity general education. up on their farm gnto or barn to of equipment sold, and an Increase FOR YOUNO MEN Agriculture, Carpentry, Bricklaying. Printshow that their farm is growing of .100 per cent in tho demand for ing, Commerce and Telegraphy. secure one by writing rubbers of standard quality. Some wheat, can FOR YOUNG LADIES Homo Science, Dressmaking, Cooking, lo the county agent, Robert F. of tho department's canning instruc Nursing, Stenography and Typewriting. Horea. Ky. Kvcry farm lions have been published by out Sponce, ltowIhk wheat in . those countios sido parties in 10 different languages . tt i Foundation School ime and more than 100 business concerns 2nd Door should nave one or liiese nei, up to show havo reprinted the directions for General Eduoalion for those lot far advanced, combined wllli soma and Hluo cards tacked vocational training. No matter what your present advancement, what their farm is doing. Send free distribution to their employees we can put you with others llko yourself and give chance for names and addresses and the acreage and customors. How Town People Aid Tanners most rapid improvement to bo sowed in wheat and a pledge How tho liltlo town of Delhi, sit sent immediately and a card will bo English Academy Course lo tho fanner. Tho names and ad- uated in the Calskill Mountains in 3rd Door dresses may bo sent in by a friend, New York Slate, is aiding fanners tor uioso wuo aro not expecting to leacli and who aro not going just so wo get ail of tho wheat grow- in tho surrounding community in thru College and desire mora general education. It also gives labor, is told the best general education for those who wish a good start In ers and tlio acreage grown will bo securing much-neede- d by a representative of the United study and expect to carry it on by themselves. with tho department. States Department of Agriculture, OF who has recently returned from nn DEPARTMENT THE WHAT Door Normal School inspection (rip in that district. Tho AGRICULTURE IS DOING This gives the best training for thoso who expect to teach. local commercial club of Delhi has Courses aro so arranged that young pcoplo can teach through the Little Items About Big War Jobs organized soma of the business men summer and fall and attend sahool through the winter and spring, .... Helping American That are oi mo town avno aro wining to thus earning money to keop right on in their ooursea of study. Farmers to Feed Nations do farm work afler 3 o'clock. Tho Read Dinsmore's great book. "How to Teach a District School." farmer who needs help telephones Women Run Curb Market to tho club, and at 3 o'clock tho A curb market recently organized Door Academy Course volunteer workers climb into auto by tlio women of Miami, Ula, has mobiles mis is tno straight road to College best training in Mathematics, and report lo his farm for proved so successful that the city Science Languages, History and all preparatory subjects. The a half-day- 's work. About 35 busi council has taken it over as a muni- ness Academy is now Berea's largest department. men are being placed every cipal enterprise. Tlio plan was lay on the farms around Delhi. Tho worked out by the urban homo de- local Door Berea College minister has set the example. monstration agent of tho Unjled He spends ono day helping each of inis is tlie crown of the whole Institution, and provides standard Stale Dcparlmcnt of Agrlculturo tho farmers in courses in all advanced subjects. his congregation. and the State Agriculural College, Buv MORE Bonds together with soveral of Miama' A Temporary Raise in Board Is forced by war conditions. For VOUR MESSAGE TO POTSDAM public-spirite- d twenty-fiv- e years tho board has remained tho same in Berea, but the women, in order to By Donald A. Kahn givo fairer prices to botli tho houseOrdinarily, in peaco times, it unusual situation in which the whole country finds itself now makes it impossible for us to live on the same money as we have in the past wife and tho producer. A committco u nut ".-- uum-uii- , ...Ill, $0.(30 CO to former of the and "' """ Hie-- altogether impossible, for an ordi- - the This adds of the to tho but still expenses the cost girls that 115 other ' expenses boy, leaves at half m arranging for the produce. , Ame schools and "cheaper than staying at home." truckers aro planting every two, ( rsonal message thru weeks in order to guarantee U)0 Kah ordinarily, if you PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental fee ascl room rest women a constant supply of fresh I WPnlfl film Hp nnnlnl liim arnn cot- by tho term, board by the half term. Installments arc as follows: vegetables. Fruit, eggs, butter, n7nke W i helm tage cheese and poultry aro also ,,, .,. FALL TERM paid by milieu wuiiiu lutuMu mo sold. A fco of 25 cents is Expense for Bays (nJI thoso selling products. This VOCATIONAL AND ACADEMY But today wo have tho chance of goes into a general fund for adver- a FOUNDATION SCHOOLS AND NORMAL. COLLKOC lifetime. We can send the Pest tising tho market and keeping the of Potsdam a message and $ 5.00 I 7.00 I 6.00 reach him Incidental Fee street clean. 7.00 7.00 1M personally reacli him, lo use a Room farm Bureaus Grow to Meet War slang expression, "right where he Board, 7 weeks 12.25 12J25 1Z25 Needs 2&25 Amount due Sept. 11, VMS.. 21.25 2525 lives." County farm bureaus, 725 strong, 1225 1225 Board. 7 weeks, duo Oct 30.. 12.25 Tho simplo expedient is a Fourth with a membership of over 300,000, Liberty Loan Bond. Every time you '30.50 38.80 '37.50 Total for Term are bringing to tho United Stales De- buy a Liberty Bond it is a mcssago Expenses for Glsh partment of Agriculture and tho direct to tho Kaiser. Every lime Incidental Fee 3 6.00 7i I 0.00 Stato Agricultural colleges tho or you buy a Liberty Bond, you tell Room 1S 7.00 7M . . cniiizori linln of nnlrintin AmnnVnn .' can un- - Board, 7 weeks ,. U10 lv!UScr ,n a language no 10.50 10.50 1050 farmers in planning and executing dcrs,and, lhat you arc back 24J50 of lhc 2350 Amount due SepL II. 11M8.. 2250 the agricultural production and con- - Yanks who , and w, ar(J Board, 7 weeks, due 0 1050 1050 30.. 1050 scrvation program. During tho last ovcp tl ,0 sel(Io mallcrg bwH '33.00 '34.00 Total for Term 36J year, wi h lho help of tho depart- - hiln and ,ikp , per30nbay0nct This does not include the dollar deposit nor money far books or ment and tho colleges, 497 new bu- -' j0 bayonet laundry. reaus were organized to meet tho kno;. whcpe You stand But ea war needs, and the membership Special Expenses la AUiti lho Kaipcr know? To hfm to Incidtatal Fea BaaieaM creased from 90,000 to Us present Scnd v01lr mcssag0 Fall Winter Spring polgdam. Duy figure. In lho new county farm n,at (12A0 Stenography and Typewriting $14.00 H0X swiii T.nnn rtnnd in,? J ... ! I : " Bookkeeping (brief course) 12.00 14.00 111 10.90 1UUIIU it ilb'UUUy UIIK.IU 13 t Bookkeeping (regular course) which lho entire extension move7.00 0.00 6.00 Business course for students ment of lho county conlers, and in other departments: where tho county agent, tho homo 9.00 050 750 Stenography demonstration agent, tho leader of .1 1 Typewriting, with one hour's nl.il nfAil nnrl iiiiu uujs uuu feiiia vmu huh. K.0O fi.00 7.00 use of instrument lhc farm management demonstrator, Com. Law., Com. Geog., Com. ' hand in band with the farmers work 1.80 150 Arlth, or Penmanship, each.. 2.18 and their families in matters relatIn no case will special Business Fees exceed 115.00 per term. ing to the advancement of agricultural, homo and community life. All students do some work with their hands from six to sixBoys and Girls Plant Beet Seed for teen hours a week as janitors or in the farm, carpenter shop, printSirup ing office, laundry, boarding hall, office, etc., and rcceivo pay whicb Boys and girls in 18 Stales havo reduces their expenses. planted 10.il I ounces of sugar-beyoung man or young woman can get an oducatloa Any seed supplied them by lho United at Berea if there is tho will to do so. States Department of Agrlculturo i for tho purposo of making sugar-bo- ot If it is impossible for any young man or young woman to t seed was secured sirup. The ' in school tho full year, by all means they should enter for a course (hirthru lho Bureau of Plant Industry ing the winter and spring terms. and distributed by the Stales ReThe public schools will close about Christmas and tb teachers lations Service to 18 Stato leaders of MNCINNATI MARKETS. and advanced pupils should not be idle through tho long winter boys' and girls' club work in the, Hay and Grain. Hay No, 1 timothy msoefM.M. months but should be studying in Berea where the best ethicatioo can North and West. Each boy or girl .No. 2 receiving an ounce of tho seed is standard be gotten for least money. I pledged to Brow it and to make tho Applicants must bring or send a testimonial showing that thty art a,, 2 clover J29.WW30. beets into sirup. It is estimated good character. This May bt average yields, this might I New OaU No. 2 white 74U75e, above 15 years old, In good health and of that, witli signed by some former Berea student in good standing or som rellabli .h"." in w1'Tic;t-- 3 4No.H teacher or neighbor. The use of tobacco is strictly forbidden. result .. lho homo manufacture of, f?"'""""1 ,nnnn i. nD U(r DUU 73HT4e,No. IIKJIU II1UI1 'IIVAJ fcllllUUS mixed 72072V4C. which may be used in many ways Corn No. 2 vvhlte St.eom.Ci, No. 3 For information or friendly advice write lo the Secretary, as a sugar substitute in general white tl.M&l.M, No. 2 yellow $U0rt 1.45, No. 3 yellow No. 2 MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Ky. cooking. mixed $l.:U)d1.40, No. 3 mixed Raising Own Food Supply lJKi, white ear $1.1001.4.1, yellow ear Farmers Farmers aro becoming more inde- $1.2001.25. mixed ea $188.8.131.52. Butter, Egg and Poultry, pendent in regard lo food supply Butter Whole milk crenmerj extras bethan they have ever been sinco fllHc, centralized crt'amery extras COc, fore tho Civil War, in lho opinion j flrnts 57c. of n field man of the United States ordinary firsts I2i', seconds 30e, Department of Agriculture, who Live Poultry llrollers over 2 Ins. Best Equipment and Service at Lowest Cost. inspection Kic; under 2 lbs, 25c; fowls, 4 lbs und returned from an Wards for Men and for Women, trip in New York nnd tho New F.ng- - over, 2Ce; do, under 4 , 23c j . Private Rooms, Baths, Electric Service. .. Farmers In lhat terrl-- 1 n 19c- land Statos. e, uiv uiwvrvi lory who havo never beforo raised Shippers $13910.50. butcher Cattle wheat, barley and buckwheat, aro steers, extra $11015, good to choice $11.75Gill, common to fair $7911; Eye Treatment, Nose and growing small patches of such Surgery, Care in Child-birtheifers, extra $11012, good to cliolio , crops for their own use. $10910.75, common to fair $0.7.10 Ear, General Practice Record Year in Canning Indicated u.50; cows, extra $0.75011, good t Rppflrts from manufacturers of choice $8WO.oo, common to fair $0.50 canning supplies who havo on 07.75, canners $506. Calves Extra $17.35017.50, fair to Come in and visit an establishment, which is a friend in formed to recommendations of tho good $12017, common and large $0 need, and in reach of all the people. O10. United Statos Department of AgrlHogs IWtcted heavy shipper culturo in tlio making of equipment, $10.40, good to choice jmckers and indicato that tho interest in homo butchers $10.45, medium $KKrl0.45, Robert H. Cowley, M.D., Physician canning is increasing rapidly. There stars $11015, common to choice heavy light shippers sows Mrs. Anna Powell Hackett, Superintendent is n widespread demand for more fat nr iTiD $12017.25, c o ..i ... iin n. .. - .. i i l"w equipment that will save labor and TO FARMERS OF ROCKCASTLE, MADISON AND JACKSON COUNTIES YOUNG PEOPLE HELPFUL AMTTfCONOMICAL HINT8. When clothing becomes shiny rnb well wjthnplccnof emery pnper. Spots on miedo shoes may lie removed wHh emery pnper. When machine dull, become needles shnrpen them by stitching once or twice through n piece of or course emery paper. A hook nnd eye sewed nt tho bottom of n plncket, then clnmped with n tnekhntmner will not come unhooked nnd will hear the strnln without tearing tho plncket. A pleco of gum camphor put nwny with tho silver will keep It from tarnishing. Ah electric fnn placed In front of n rndlntnr will by Its motion set tho nlr circulating through the colls very quickly. The lower cellnr stair ns well ns tho nttlc stair mny bo mnilr with n hinge nnd will mnkc n fine rrcrptnclo fon various necessary things. IH not put oil mops or polishing rags In such n tight plnce. ns spontaneous combustion mny muse n serious lire. A clothespin Is a hnndy thing to b"d n hot dish while stirring on the wind-pnp- Prcparo strips dressing, press ... 1 i Berea's Berea's 4th Berea's 5th Berea's Preparatory 6th r""'""? ' ,,;,',, ' hnlf of round steak, put the :n eat through n food chopper; ndd one egc. line benten light, one tnblespoonful chopped pnrsley, n tenspoonful of onion Juice, u tenspnnnfiil of unit, one fourth of ii teit!poonfiil of pnprlkn, nnd n third of n cupful of soft (trend crumhs. Mix nnd shnpc Into n limf longer than wide nnd set Into n linking dish; tnko out somo of the mix- turo In the center to leave nn open space equally dlstnnt from each end; Into this brenk two eggs, cover with tho ment nnd. sprinkle hc top with stove. A clothespin ling with n clothes crumbs mixed with melted butter. Unke n hnlf hour, basting Ave or six hunger for u top mny he pushed nlong times with pork or bncon fat. I'nrboll on the line nnd Is nlwnys ready to use. n pint of potato balls, cut with n! A nutcracker mny be used as n French cutter, fifteen minutes nnd wrench on smnll cans nnd bottles ns place them around tho meat when It well ns the nuts on sewing mnchlnes wringers. goes Into the oven. Baste tho potn-jnn- d When using n patch on wnll pnper toes ns tho mit Is basted. Servo around the meat. Mnko a sauce after tear th patch Instead of cutting- It; It tho ment Is removed from tho gravy will be less noticeable. An eggshell with n pricked bole In In tho pan,' adding flour, catsup, wor--t cestcrshlre sauce, salt nnd pepper for ' It mnkes a very good funnel In nn A piece of letter pnper scnsonlng. If water Is needed to ndd , emergency. to tho grnvy snve the water the potato rolled In the shape of a funnel will nlno bnlls wcro cooked In aa it Is rich In "crvc nicely. Heavy wnllpnper of a "K''t color may be covered with cnlHo- mineral salts. m,ne of nn3r ,IKTlal tlnt nt very llw- Rlee With R.ltli-D- rop a cupful' ' ot rice Into n kettle of salted water, or bowl Is A paper or and keep It nt a fast boll so that the host to use for wooden tub washing dishes, as they grains do not stick together. When .... I ... u' " t.w .t.l1.fr. ""l l" w tender, drain and add cupful of seed- - "v ' ed raisins nnd pock Into a buttered, , on , wh t. ......... .... . ! side of n screen door will Veep and serve with plenty of butter and on the outside from looking In.. those cnioed. maple sugar. - chopped white of ogR In n narrow row nit nrouiul tho pieces of bread, then n row of tho yolk of egg, In the center place n tip of tender cooked nspnrngUH nnd prln-fclwith finely chopped pnndey. Servo n single ennape ns one service. Hamburg Roast "en 8urprle. nil the skin from n pound nnd n e Itc-mo- " .... ..... I 1 1 rlod of bloodshed" and to hasten victory every farmer In the Fourth Federal Ilcaervo district should purchiuio Liberty Ilonds to the very limit TO BACK UP SONS Let there b no nlacker dollars In the hands of our tanners. Let us make our motto for the Fourth LibGRANGE HEAD SEES BONDS AS erty Loan DrlT "Another bond In. ONLY MEDIUM THROUGH every farm hum In the dlatrlcL" . WHICH PEACE MAY j y The orRanlz"d farmers have DE HAD. striven to respond to every r- queKt and every call of the government. Let every KranRO member and. By L. J. Tabor, every farmer render all possible Master Ohio Stata Qrang. tn tbe rausn ao near to th , ... 1 . .. tl. Wo aro In tho tnldHt of tbo KTeatest - ot the bond dr,T0 now oa financial task of hfMory. A task that b no" """cation that th. will test the patriotism and tax to .. Ih. mnr . of Ih. n.l""""-- " . .. .1 J'" l"mU wp: ftxm terminate In Victory aad tlon, but a task that can and will be GALLS ON FARMERS earn--entl- T-- 1 '- U""-""- 1 n!-1- n4 gloriously accomplished. Upon the farmers of Peace. the nation rests a heavy responsibility. The pro-- ! ductlon of the food necessary to win the war Is wholly upon tho shoulders of the tillers of th soil. He must also do his full duty In providing the sinews ot war that are so vital Jo victory. More than eighty thousand sons of farmers In vthls district are wearing the uniform of their country. Thousands more will soon bo In camp. To help protect his loved ones, to support tho country whose Institutions have blesed htm, to shortenthe po-- Umcle Sam's Credit Aa Good Aa Kaiser 'a? Dl yon know lhat Germany had launched Tier Ninth War Loan? Sho did recently. 8he offers ft at E per cent Sho probably will rnlse all she asks. It Is In our hands to show dor-many with tho Fourth Liberty )nst what tho difference is betwi Germans and Americans. ot able-bodi- ed Liberty Loan Mother Goose Rymei Amos Parrish, Jr. Drawings Louta J. Duttner Berea College Hospital Sun-parlo- lly rot. h, v.Hl. ll t'l was a good Uncle, who lived in a THERE had many children and all of them shoe, true, Who won the Great War with their fairy wands saving their dollars for Liberty Bonds, JJS!'0 Get to Berea Right Off with $30 for First PtyraeiU, and $70 Mora ii Reach for 5 Half-Ter- m Iaitallmenti. Oolol)cr IMPROVED 10, 1918, UJtirORM INTERNATIONAL TUB CITIZEN i'ago Sovcn way of building homes, educating their children nnd preparing them for useful service such ns the working (let)tile of no other nation under the sun have ever enjoyed then hns not Mm American soldier more to fight for Minn any other soldier In the trenches today! Has he not more to Inspire him to tn -' StMYSOKE d. n. Gir nnv. i. u. fitsswati-.rTnelier of Rngllah lllblc In the Moody , GIVES VIEWS ON VITAL Lesson Wtrn ISSUES Wide Institute of Chicago.) 10IJ, (CopyrlRlit, Union ) Newspoper Acceptance Spoccli of Dr. Ben. L. Bruncr, Republican Nominee For U.S. Senator In LESSON FOR OCTOBER 20 ABRAHAM GIVING ISAAC TO GOD. LKHSON TKXT-f- nl 8:1.14. OOI.DKN THXT- -I will Rlv him unto the Lord all the days of tils life. I Sim-u- l 1:11. Addrets Delivered at Manchester, September 16, 1918, Dr. Druner Expresses Hla Appreciation of Honor and Statei Position on the Issue of the Day. Ky., Monday, DEVOTIONAL ItKADINCl ADDITIONAL TKACIIKltS-dtnes- I.uke 18.9.15; 14:- -. MATRRIATj lS:l-- ; FOR state-wid- e Is I. Abraham Tetted (vv. 1, 2). floil doe tint tempt tnrn to sin but lie subjects them to (James 1 rigid touts (o prove tlicm. In the treatment of Abraham we Iiiivp n supremo oxnmple. nod tested Alirnlinm, not I,ot. Sodom tested Int. Ood tests the twin who Is proof ngalnst the tests Ood hud promised Abrn-lyy- n of Sodom. nn heir through whom blessings tferc to eorne to the world. For innny years his fnlth wos sorely tried In waiting for Its fulfillment. At length, his hoitrt rejoiced In the realization of that hope. In the lad In the patrl arch's tent were wrapped Abraham's hopes of the future when his seed nhould he ns the stars for multitude. Ills was no ordinary expectation. The. humnn nffectlnns and hopes were, no douht, Included; hut a new nntlnn wns to spring from him, and Isaac wns the role link making (he connection. Then, too, he Haw the coining Redeemer, for "Alirnlinm caw my day nnd wns Rind" (John 8:f0). It Is only as wo thus Fee nil that Isaac meant to his father nnd Clod's purpose for the future of the world, that we really can appreciate the crui'lnl test that came to A test In some sense Him-liAhrahnm. comes to many Chrlstlnn fathers nnd mothers. Ood Is calling for sons nnd daughters to he offered on the of his service. The test Is something lerrlflc, ns some who have given tip sons and daughter for the mission field enn testify. It Is only as C!od Is known to he almighty (Genesis 17:1) shall nlilllty he given to give them up, II. Abraham Standing the Tett (w. nl-t- The Republicans of Kentucky, In a primary, have generously entrusted me with tho nomination of the party for United States Senator, the highest offer within the gift of the people of the stnte. To sny Hint I highly appreciate this great honor so. given me at this momentous time In the nation's history Is hut n mild expression of my feelings. I can never forget the confidence and the trust reposed In me evidenced by this signal honor, and I trust that no act of mine shnR cause Hie party or Ihe people of Kentucky to regret this action. In this connection I would not forget to express my gratitude to the Independent voters and Democratic voters who aided In my nomination by tlielr expressions of approval of my candidacy. . So In nceptlng this nomination I not only want to express to you nnd to them my gratitude, lint also to Impress upon nil of you thut I prnfoundiv feel and realize the grave responsibilities that will devolve upon mo In the event of my election to the greatest deliberative body In the world the United States Seriate. It Is but right and proper that you, the citizenry of Kentucky, who enjoy the great privilege of choice In electing those wiio are to servo you, should be Informed of the position on nil the fundamental questions confronting you ns citizens tnken hy the cnndlihites who appeal to you for your suffrage. In other words, you have a right to demand of your public servants an expression of their views upon these great Issties, therefore I do not hesitate to frankly, though briefly as possible state nit- - position upon these vital . propositions. Position on War. The first great question the paramount question the most vital ques tio- n- now demanding our attention Is that of the world-wa- r and all the cor related questions connected therewith. In addition thereto, and not little less Importnnt, will be the great economic nnd otherwise, that will he pressing for solution and settle- incut nt the conclusion of and imme diately following the war. The most Important yf thcue will be the treaties of pence, the connummntlou of which will Impose upon the Somite of the United States great responsibilities. Next to the President himself, then In Im portance U the Senate of the United States. Speak I m; for myself, I nm frank to state Hint I loathe war I hate war and we ns a nation bnte war because war uieans the taking of life, the destruction of property It leave woe and mlservnnd grief lu Its nwful wake, and then are none of us whu would not do anythlug witbin bumau power consistent with right principles to prevent wnr but America Is In tlilu war. and, despite all our abhorrence of war. we must not .hesitate, but nil of u to get her must do our best to win this war. and win It now. The best nnd quickest way out of this wnr Is straight through It, thereby saving the lives of as many of our dear boys as possible. I would not lane you understand In this connection that I do not realize the fact that n great nation llko ours must sometimes light In order to maintain Its Integrity and its dignity as well as to vindicate the great purposes for which ns a nation we live nnd have our existence. 1 fear that as long as men live and control nations there will be great 'danger of war, and, therefore, nil nations must maintain to n certain extent armies and'havics, ami a certain nmoimt of preparation for war Is necessary though living In peace and I am In favor of n country, when It becomes necessury to strike In war, to strike unitedly nnd with nil Its force proli-lMu- MO). the wny promptly obeyed. 1. On (w. 4). Alirnlinm There was neither hesitancy nor arguing. God had tho commnnd. At his call Abraham sold: "Here nm 1" (v. 1). lie .1, ordinary nffalrs of life we call a man weak who cannot say "No," who has no will of his own; but tho mnn who could not say "No" to God, we count strong. Early In the morning ho was on the way to tho place of which God had told him. All who renlly belluvo In God could not wiy "No" to God. In the without question, reserve, or shrinking. Anything short of this Is not consecration. We should not stop to nk how or why. It Is enough to know that God Iuih iipoken. will yield .theiuselTus to him und power. The German nation has sinned against the world has slnnetl against God and man. Through Its kaiser nnd war lords It has Ignored Itstreatles with the other nations of the world -through Its army It has committed the most atrocious crimes known to civilization. Its soldiery has murdered Innocent children outraged pure womanhoodand this not In Isolated cases, but today thousands of homes mourn tjie lives of mothers nnd children and fathers who have been outraged and murdered In n manner moro cruel than was ever practiced by the worst savages of the ages past. The unspeak-ubl- e crimes committed by the Germilu Ho who has no tasto for order will ho often wrong In his Judgment and army have stamped this militaristic Kelddm considerate or conscientious in nallo'u as the most dungerous enemy of mankind on (be faco of tho earth toIds actions. Iivater. day. in this short address there Is not Value of the Bible. Tho Illblo Is to us what tho star wns time to discuss tho reasons and the to tho wlso men; hut If wo spend all causes lending up to this war, nor shall our time In gazing upon It, observing I take time to discuss nt length the Its motions, and admiring Its splendor reasons for the decilnu of the German and uro not led to Christ by It, tho uso empire, once a great country, to the depths of crime and degradation to of It will bo lost to us. T. Adams. vvhlch as a nation It has sunk. It has worshiped "kiiltur" and tho superman Truths From on High. All liuimin discoveries seem to bo Instead of the true God; In other words, It has made "kiiltur" nnd the mudo only for tho purpose of confirming more und moro jitrongly the truths superman Its God and God lias said thut come from on high und nro con- the nation thut sinnetli shall tile, nnd the onward sweep of republican Ideas tained In tho Bucred writings. clearly Indicate Mint the hour of tho will come down again to you," he spoke sincerely, for bo believed that God would give him Isaac back from the dead (Heb. 11:10). 3. Tsnac hearing tho wood upon which he Is to he offered (vv. 0, 7). This reminds us of Christ hearing tho cross on the way to, Calvary. Isaac must have been now n young man. He dm not resist or cry out, but graciously submitted, showing that he Is making a willing sacrifice. 1. The arlgel of flip Lord calls (vr. At (he critical moment when Abraham's band had lifted the gleaming blade to make real the offering, God Interfere!. God did not want human sacrifice an a burnt offering, but ho want oil Abraham to give up to him his best, tho surrender of his will to him, God Is nlways pleased with "To obey Is submissive obedience. Many times better than sacrifice." we are fnco to face with the test of giving up our fondest hopes nnd purposes, hut when we have met the test ns Abraham did, we get back our offer, ing or greater things Instead. III. God Will Provide Himself a Lamb (vv. 13, II). Just behind Abraham was a ram caught In u thicket by his horns. Illm Abraham offered Instead of his son. In the words "God will provide himself n lamb (v. 8) wo have the whole plan of redemption outlined. God has provided tho costly sacrlllco of his Son to satisfy himself. ). 2. "Abide ye here" (v. 0). This testing experience wns too sacrud for huHow llko man' eyes to gaze upon. this the words of Jesus In Gethsem-nne- : "Tarry ye hero." Human sympathy Is sweet, and Is to bo prized, but we neel to be nlone In times of great testing. There nro times whan hu mnn sympathy hinders us from doing our duty. When Ahrahnm said: "We denth of tho German empire Is now nt fluli Ifltfi irrit. n tiimif'li frli.fiit mwl hnnd, nnd Mint this promise of Ood supporter of prohibition should be sent shnll lip nnd Is now being rumllcd, ami to the United States Senate from Kenmost of us living today will see Mm tucky ut this time. fulfillment of this promise In the death Favors Woman Suffrage. of Prussinnlsm of nutocracy. And yet another of the great quesWill Uphold President's Hands. tions before our Congress for settleAt the very beginning of this con- ment, which I trust may be settled ere test I pledge you that If elected to this Mils campaign Is closed and that by high olilce, as I firmly believe I shall thu. present Congress now In session- -Is that of woman sulTrage. 1 1iave arbe, I will he, nt nIH times, consistently AMERICAN, nnd Mint unreservedly dently stood for this from the time of nnd unequivocally I shall support the my life as u schoolboy, nnd through nil administration's war policies and pur- the years of my manhood hnve been poses, and that In regard to questions nn advocate of equal suffrage for womn fleeting us ns Americans I shnll sink en, therefore It Is no new question to nil thought of partisanship null ns nn me, as I am no recent convert thereto, example of the training of u good nnd I shall support this amendment to soldier Bhnll follow where America, un- our Federal Constitution. W'ondrow der our Commander-in-ChieMarvelous National Growth. Wilson, leads. My party In Congress A years ago wo were n nahas stood firmly behind the President tion hundred a few millions of people of only nnd the Government upon nil of these billions of dolmeasures for carrying on Ihe war and and worth but a few as n nation, lars, almost bankrupt but victhe bringing about of n speedy and with the great opportunities that lay torious peace, nnd I henrtlly commend out before lis, with the Indefatigable Mils course. energy, skill nnd persevernnco of For a Dictated American Peace. young Americans, xwo took ndvnntnge I pledge you that I am now, and have of our position In the new world, surbeen all nlong, for nothing hut nn rounded as we were by almost ImmeasAmerican pence with victory, nnd I urable natural resources, and bulldcd nm unalterably opposed to nny sort of ns no nation In the world nre built becompromise with Prussian nutocracy fore, we grew In that century Just pnst nnd mllltnrlsm, believing ns I do Mint from Hint handful of colonists, principally upon our eastern shores, until Mils one thing surmounts nnd nil else Americans demand 'today we nre u nation of more than A PEACE HY VICTORY A DIC- n hundred millions of people, nnd on whose ling the Stars nnd Stripes the TATED PEACE. sun never sets. Greatest Nation. Hut this Is not the marvelous thing Is the greatest under the rcgnrdlng our growth, Mint we have InThis nation xhlnltig sun, because It sprang from creased In population In n strong and the pick of the other nntlons of the hardy manhood nnd womanhood the world therefore the greatest, the thing nt which Mm world has marveled grandest, the noblest thing on earth most is our remarkable accumulation today Is to be an American citizen We hnve grown from n of wenlth. n American little bankrupt nation of one hundred ii our army being mobilized, years ago until today we six per cent citizen and trained nnd equipped In our canton- of the world's population ns we are ments, both In America nnd Europe own more than of nil the nnd In the trenches "Over There," Is world's wealth. The larger part of this the greatest army the world has yet wealth has been accumulated In most seen, because that army" Is made up of of our great Institutions represented the choicest of the young manhood of by our greut agricultural Interests, our America the young men from every grent manufacturing Industries, our walk and station In life nnd this wonderful mining properties, anil our nrmy, with the spirit that dominates great systems the transportation their breasts a love of liberty of greater portion of this wenith has been righteousness nnd Justice burning In nccumulnted nnd bullded In the past their souls as It does, with a zeal nnd half century. The greater part of Mint lire that knows no quenching, will time this nation wns under the control, "Cnrry On" ncross "No Man's Land" In so far ns its national governmental over the ramparts of the enemy affairs were concerned, of the Repubthrough the enemy's lican party. All of the great principles across the Rhine Rerlln, of Mint party for which I still stand country Into the very streets of find all the powers and resource of Mie nre, tlrst of nil, equal sulTrage to all, wnr lords of I'russlaulsm can not cope protection to American labor and with our American soldiers or stop American Industries, and n sound nnd their victorious advance. They will unquestioned monetary system. continue to lead the nllled armies until It Is to the soundness of these great we hnve crushed the enemy nnd forces! fundamental principles that America Iilni to nn unconditional surrender owes the greater part of her wonderevery semblance of Prussian nutocnicj ful growth, and It Is upon these bnslc must, be destroyed before the world principles that America must build dur-I- n can have pence, and these American the rehabilitating period following soldiers who will have won this great the devastation of this terrible wnr. victory for humanity nnd for the free- We must make a sane preparation for dom of mankind nre our own dear boys the solution of the problems, diverse they nre from our own homes und In their complexity nnd almost Immeasfrom nround our own firesides, there- urable In their magnitude, which will fore we must leave nothing undone press for solution Immediately followthat will redound to their welfare, ing the conclusion of pence. We must they are lighting our battles and bring the Government within the limipreserving our great nation nnd main- tations and principles of tho Constitutaining our liberties nod rights while tion In time of pence und battling lu the trenches ngalnst the policies which bind up the wounds of German armies In Europe. We must tho war, administer the nffalrs of the see that they hnve the best possible Government with the greatest econcare, and that they nre provided with omy, promote prosperity. Increase our everything needful to nld tfiem In win- strength nt home nnd nbroad, prevent ning a speedy 'Victory. nnd prohibit the further sprend of unThen we must also see that their due socialistic tendencies toward Feddepeudeuts tlielr widows and orphans eral ownership, which Is exploited by are given everything possible that a some ns n panacea for every real or great nation like ours can give for fancied 111 of society, nnd ns quickly their future benellt nnd protection. as possible set these great principles They must be taken care of In a way In motion that will place the nation's far better than nny nation has yet feet 'once moro flnuly on the paths of mnde provision for the dependents of progress and prosperity nlong the wnys their soldiers and sailors, and In the which liberty, order and Justice must spirit of the Immortal Lincoln: "With ever gunrd nnd keep. This last expresmalice toward none with charity to all; sion is the gist of the third plank In n with firmness in the right, ns God gives plntform given to the public by Chairus to see Mil' right, let us strive on to man Hays, and with which I heartily finish the work we nre In ; to bind up agree. the nation's wounds, to care for him Peace Terms. who shall hnve borne the battle, and It will be the duty of America In for his widow, and his orphan to do her pence negotiations to prohibit barnil which may achieve and cherish a gaining or compromising with tho enJust und lasting peace among our- emy of mankind over these terms. The selves, and with ull nations." entire world Is looking to America I am also In favor of giving our solfrom this hour to not only furnish the diers free transportation, nnd, lu addi- reserves In man power, wnr material tion, giving their Immediate families and food for the speedy winning of the reduced rates on railroads when visit- war, but the world Is looking to Amer-Icing their soldier relatives In our army to tnko the lead In the consummacamps. tion of pence terms; that will, In so far Favors Prohibition, as possible, safeguard the Interests nt In my Judgment, next to winning the our nllles and bring about a peace that war Itself and providing the necessary will make and keep humanity snfe In revenue therefor, no other one thing all time to come from the nggresslons Is of more vital importance at this time of Prusslnn autocracy nnd militarism, than prohibition local, state and naNation. America a tional. To mo It has been one of the I submit to you Mint nt the beginmost remarkable things connected with our great national llfo that our people ning of this terrible war America was could sell the lives of our hoys und our a peaceful nation not only n peaceful nation. She girls, of our splendid manhood nnd nation, hut a peace-lovinblessed womanhood, for the paltry was n nation unprepared for wnr unprepared In nil that that word means price of n few millions of revenue und I vvnnt to bo understood here ns unprepared, In so far us having a great saying that we luivo been cowards nnvy or n grent army trained unpre-among cownrds we have been su- pnrod In the way of munitions and premely selllsh, completely unmindful equipment for soldiers nnd sailors, and of our duties und responsibilities as most of nil unprepared In heart and fathers and mothers In waiting so long soul nnd spirit but sho has gone through a transformation almost mag to destroy the nwful liquor tralllc. f, over-shadoGod-lovinone-thir- d n Peace-Loving g light? Merchant Marine, In keeping with the grent and modern business advancement In Mils country, I nm In favor of measures for building a great merchant marine nnd the crcntlng'Of n great shipping Industry that shnll be amply sulllclent to carry all our products to every mart and port of the world. After the close of this terrible conflict with the wnrrlng countries of Europe, nil hut n desert waste, their great Institutions of every kind destroyed nnd stnggerlng, ns they will he, under their terrible, unbearable burdens of tnxntlon all this will tend to bring about the lowest wage scale for the working people of these countries the world hns ever known In modern times; therefore, unless we have n protective tariff that will equal the difference In the cost of production nt home ond nbroad we will find the American markets showing n preference for the products of other countries, nil to the detriment of American working men nnd women. battle of the ballots with tjmt phrase as my Slogan. Neither do I Intend to be turned from the proper course of Mils campaign hy the vicious stnbs of the partisan press or the loud hurrahs and cries of the selfish partisans. I submit to you, patriotic Kentucklans, Mint Instend of the partisan politics usually evidenced In Kentucky we nro nfforded nn opportunity now ns never before to exercise nt the bnllot box 'Mint priceless privilege of American citizens Mint our own gallant boys nre giving their life's blood In .Europe Jo mnlntnln that Is n "Government of the people, by the people, nnd for the people." If that privilege to be freemen to be citizens Is worth fighting nnd dying for, Is It not wortli our most sacred care here nt home? Then Ignoring the partisan press, let us demonstrate our Independence ns citizens by voting for whom wo choose, und nccordlng to the dlctntes of our office-holdin- g Partisan Politics. Men and women of Kentucky, I submit to you that this Is not the hour for partisan politics, but It Is the hour of one hundred per cent Americanism. The President of the United States doubtless wished to be tnken nt his word when he said: "Politics Is adjourned," and I propose to fight this own consciences. Therefore, I repent, this Is not the time for partisan politics It Is not tho time to chnllenge men's patriotism because of differences of opinion regard Ing either religion or politics; but It Is u time when we should challenge nnd nets must challenge nny on the part of nny nnd every citizen promises. It Is n time nt which every mnn's pub lic nnd private life Is, so far ns It relates to his Americanism, must bo MRS. CHARLOTTE made subject to the most critical sera-tiny- who Is now in Ihe trenches In France, will uphold the hands of the President In every plan and measure' calculated to result In n speedy and successful conclusion of this wnr and the return of our boys to their homes? It Is for Jou, men of Kentucky, to make this decision--- It Is your duty to make this decision, and I shnll be perfectly willing to abide by your result. I believe In this hour of the world's stress In Mils awful crisis Mint men can not bo driven from their betler Judgments by the deceptive plen of n partisan press. I believe sober, thinking people of Ken lucky realize that Mils Is on American war that these boys In the trenches nre American fighting for America they aro not Democrats or Republicansand I believe that America Is feelings has not led me, ns I said In the belief that he Is OUR PRESIDENT that he Is OUR COMMANDER-IN-CHIEand that he Is lighting n war for freedom of mankind nnd not n wnr to elevate his party or Its partisans) upon n pinnacle of fame. It would bo Just ns sane nnd sound nrgument for the Republican press of Kentucky to nppenl to our boys In the trenches to uphold the hands of General Pershing because he Is n Republican. I trust that the Intensity of my feelings lias not led me, ns I said In tho beginning, to go beyond the hounds ol dignity nnd propriety In discussing this way. mntter I want In conclusion, to sny to you that It Is your .duty as citizens to scrutinize my record ns nn official nnd nlso that of my opponent, and I charge hero nnd now that as governor of Kentucky my opponent bus failed to keep full fnlth with the peo-jd- e i haven't the time to enumerate the numerous ways In which he has failed to keep his promise made ns a candidate three years ngo, but hurriedly- may I ask thee questions? Will you tell the people, Mr. Stnuley, how ninny offices you have abolished without creating new ones In tlielr stead? Will you tell them how much you have reduced the running expenses of the government? Will you tell them how you hnve helped them In the burdens of taxation? Will you tell them whether you have kept faith with them In exercising the pardon,ing power? Will you tell them why you have ruthlessly placed the eleemosynary Institutions of Kentucky ngaln under partisan control nnd made them nn adjunct to n political machine? And last, my dear governor, will you tell us what you have done with your "Fire Putters Out," and whnt Is your chief "Flro Putter Out" doing Just now? These, nnd many other things, should bo inquired Into by the people of Kentucky, becnuse, Mr. citizen of Kentucky, when you vote for my opponent you cast n ballot to Indorse every official act of his and his administration, nnd you hae n right to demand of him, ns you do of any other public servant, performances In keeping with, F fellow-cltlien- ELDRIDGE Certain extreme partisans among the press of Kentucky, while admitting my loyalty and patriotism, my honesty nnd my sincerity of purpose, nre making n desperate fight ngalnst nny ono votlnir for me for United States Sen ntor olio paper even going so far as to say that tho name of the mnn designated by thirteen men of his own po litical party and of his own personnl choosing Is, In spite of everything else that might be said of him, nnd In spite of the way In which he wns chosen as the nominee notwithstanding nil these things, this paper Insists that his name Is the only name that the voters of Kentucky hnve to vote for In order to uphold the hands of tho ndmlnlstrn Hon nnd demonstrate their patriotism. In answering this unjust criticism this unmanly criticism of Miose who sec cause to support me, I trust I shall not go beyond the bonds of dignity when I say Mint this kind of editorial propaganda now being Indulged In by some of the lending papers of the op poslte political faith Is the worst sort of German propaganda that has been permitted to bo disseminated among our people nt nny time during the course of this wnr. It Is on n par with the propaganda put forward by the gover nor of this stnte, who Is my opponent, In Ids veto of tho German lnngilago bill, which both Houses of the legisla ture of Kentucky, nt Its last session, passed almost unanimously, making It In the German unlawful to tench schools of our stnte atthc expense of our taxpayers, in view or these facts, If my election would cnuse, as alleged, Joy in Berlin and gloom nnd borrow lu Purls and Iioudon, enn you .Imagine how the kaiser would receive the news of tho election of my opponent, who favors the teaching of tho kaiser's language In our common schools at public expense? Then nguln, their plen Mint tho only wny to show your loyalty Is to vote for Stnuley Is not only absurd, but foolish, nnd approaches more nearly to yellow Journalism than anything wo hnvo rend In any Kentucky paper since war wns declared moro than eighteen mouths ago. Perhaps I may be pardoned In this connection for n personnl allusion nnd nothing except tho dissemination rV '"K ' Mrs. Charlotte Eldrldge of New York was visiting In Washington last spring when she realized thux sho could broaden her war work. She began by singing In the enmps around Washington, continuing meanwhile her Liberty loan work. She Is now working in the United States public service reserve and occupying herself principally In tho task of securing the services of the country's big executives and placing tpx-In the various departments and bureaus of the government. COULD ENDURE SPANKING Tommy, nftcr going to bed, Locarno thirsty or thot so. Ho called out to ti is mother, who was down stairs: "Say, ma, I want a drink." Tho mother's volco answered back: 'Tommy, yon go to sleep." Tommy grunted,, turned over, and was. silent for ten minutes. Then again ho called out to her: "Ma, I want a drink." "Tommy, you go right to sleep," was tho reply. Intense sitenco again for ten minutes. Tlien: "S'ay, ma, I want a drink." "Tommy, if you don't go right to sleep, I'll conio nnd spank you." Moro silence, this timo about ten minutes. And this: "Say, ma, when you como to spank mo, won't you bring mo a drink?" prohibiical In Its nctlon far beyond tho fondI Introduced n nation-widest hopes and expectations of men tion plunk ut the State Republican und I say to you that tho one thing Convention, June lfHh, 1015, at Lexingnbovo nil others that litis enabled ton, Ky. I ulso, In the same convenAmerica to ho so quickly transformed prohibition tion, voted for a state-widplank Introduced by Judge Ed C. from nn unprepared nation for wnr O'llear, ns the records of said conven- Into n veritable lighting mnchlno wns tion show, nnd I shnll support both by tho unbounded patriotism of our peoprohibiple; I can think of no higher comvoice and vote the state-wid- e tion amendment to the State Constitu- pliment that could be paid our form of tion to be voted upon next year. My government In this country thnn this transformation presents glorious trlli-utviews on this question since I have people to ti n voter has been consistent with milAgain, America had twenty-flvthis record, and I shall unhesitatingly support nil measures to make national lions of American men nnd women In enforceable tho different walks of life who, during prohibition effectively Since It will be tho duty of Congress these many years, had been enabled to to enact laws putting national prohlbl-- enjoy privileges und opportunities lu e e e g e 1 of propaganda favorable to the German cause could Induce me to refer to this matter In Mils manner but, lu to this cbnrge, I submit to you this ono proposition for your careful and serious consideration. You fathers nnd mothers who have given your sons, you wives you hnvo given your companions, the fathers of your children; you who have given your brothers to light upon tho battlefields of Europe, do ou not believe that a man who himself has been a soldier under the Stars and Stripes and who has given a boy, un-sw- I Pago Right. THK CITIZEN coino visitor nl tho lionio of Miss E.kwero for smaller 'amounts. The "mlri ns n whole was considered n P. Hemphill for the past week. Miss llacliol Mays anil Matt Ross very protllablo onlook, ns well ns s were married at Heallyville, Snlur- - educational. Horn, to the wlfo of ilty. Seplemlior 28. Wo wish them Elzie llaher last week, n pair of Miss Mae flab- - twin boys. The cano crop through-lian- l, iniich happiness. October 10, ll)ltf. East Kentucky Correspondence News You Gef Nowhere Else No corrwixmdMic U ilgnl In full fry thr writer. Th fim uMIhrd unl not for pulillratlon, but M n cTldenc of koo.1 faith. Write plainly. iiiond, JACKSON COUNTY Parrot Tho recent frosts Parrot. Oct. 7. did but little damage to some corn crops, whllo it put somo people to making sorghum nnd cutting com. Horn, on September 20, to Mr. nnd Mrs. Hert McDowell, a girl, named W. M. Wyalt has been Oeralfline. suffering several days 'with a sore foot caused by n tack which reClnbourno sulted in blood poison. Hundley had n horse to die last . WC(.k. Pliee Hllliard and family visited relatives on Horse hick lal Saturday ami Sunday. Lizzie Cornelius has been very sick during the Hob Oabhard has past week. moved his household goods to hH Ho expects a call from father's. Horn to Uncle Sam any time. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Cornelius, on October 5th, a baby girl.- '- The old school house at Letter Box was sold last Week for the sum of twenty-fiv- e Dr. Whit was called dollars. to Andrew Cornelius' this week to seo their daughter Minnie, who has pneumonia. James Davidson is - making somo line molasses, - Saturday nlgl'l. Hujd.es left last Monday morning' for I,o"isville where ho expects to enter denial school. Miss Mary Inno Vocable expects to lenvo for Boron the coming Saturday, where R. K. I'vans she will enter school. made sorghum the past week for Messrs. Gilas, Mack and Charles Miss Crnnk and F. F. McCollum. Dahlia Hughes gave the young folks n social. Saturday night. All were pleasantly and well entertained. Mr. and Mrs. 1). B. Peters were the guests of F. F. McCollum pud wife, Saturday night. Mr. nnd Mrs. Silas Flanery visited their son and ilnniliinr nl Hmifvvillo (lio iml week Dr Kvn Taeket, Itobert I.ce Gab- bard and Karl Taeket attended tho parly given nl the home of Bill Saturday nighl. Reuben' Scovillo out the county has been practically all made up; tho syrup is selling nl $1.00 per gallon, nnd no liner lasses can be found than Hie lied cs, .. ,9 ll(Vltn(f MMi AniMn Cainer Winn's eldest daughter, Lois. weeks' mooting ntVnuglm's Mill lllver bottoms produces. llcv. L.T. M. Scm. ()pl a Mr nM(, uJVnJ, 1 Bowman. Misses Florence Main- nnd Nell Neeley spent Saturday niglit and S'unday with Misses Mary People in and Martha Campbell. this community aro busy making molasses and saving fodder. Alec Dooley and Misses Maude Mclntlre Nettie Dooley attended the Teacher's Association nt Meadow OWSLEY COUNTY JACKSON COUNTY Mr. and Mrs. Creek Inst Saturday. Sturgeon Walter Mainous spent Sunday at Kerby Knob Sturgeon, Oct. 7. Rev. C. Rcxford their uncle Hamp Mainous' at Vin- Mrs. J. Kcrby Knob, Sept. 29. Mrs. Jim Wilson, of Slur- - Winchester spent a part of last hns. made his appearance. Hnmllton, 0, but Raymond, D.D of Berea College, in cent. Myrtlo them Immediately, upon inspection. L. Williams of Pennington has purchased n uico All persons having Umber to cut Informerly of this place, died at her today's lecture to the Bethlehem geon, was the guest of her niece, week with relatives at this place. Mrs Cynthia Flanery, Monday. Mrs. Win. Smyth had a very closo heifer for ?I0. home, September Olh, and at her School closed one of tho most sucJ. C. Caliban and to cross tics stiould 'communicate cessful lecture tours ever witnessed call by falling out of an npple tree, family have moved to their home in with Inspector M. D. Schmrjer, request was brought hero for burRichmond, Ky relative to price.in-speclio- n, GARRARD COUNTY breaking her anklo and receiving Rockcastle County, near Big Hill. ial. She leaves a husband, four in Owsley County. In his sermons etc. ho spake ns a child of the living other painful injuries. Wo nro There will bo prayer meeting at tho Bryantsvllle sons and four daughters to mourn to know that our practicing Mt. Olive church house every ThursMr. and Mrs. Joo Car God, informed and inspired by the Brynntsville, Sept. 30. Miss her Joss. NOTICE TO FARMERS Mr. SPECIAL punter, of Whites Station, Madison Heavenly Father, to awaken and aheth Beltis, of Lancaster, lias nc- - pl.ysicinn, V. R. Combs, will soon day night. Everybody come. AND SPOKE MAKERS Several and Mrs. J. II. Clark, of Malcom, County, visited their daughter, Mrs, enlighten a negligent people. cepted a position in the Bryants- -' b'ave for army service. Robert Williams, the latter part of County Chairman, Rev. Geo. W ville school and began teaching, from here have gono to Richmond made a business trip to Mnuldcn Wo will discontinuo'tlif purchase SUnday-scho- ol Is Wednesday. Eggs nre 3fl cents per of spokes, beginning mo 'jlrst of NoG. W. Johnson's baby Watson, Hon. Sam Kash, prominent Monday. last week. Among tho number from ""'ft lawyer and city attorney of Corbin, here who attended Bob Burton's progressing nicely nt Bonney school dozen. is seriously ill at this writing. vember, 1918. Jesso Thomas, of near Tho Standard Wheel Co., Waller and Oran Click, who have and Dr. C. Rexford Raymond, who sale Saturday were J. C. Williams house. (Ad-1Berea, Ky. been at work at Hamilton, 0., for havo been touring Owsley County nnd family, Mrs. Bryant, Mrs. Wal- - j Winchester, visited at the home or MADISON COUNTY the last have returned in tho interest of our Fourth Lib ter Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Noah Marseo ''is parents Mr. nnd M,i. J. H. Bobtown We MfSs Thomas of this place. People are quite busy in orty Loan! were instrumental jn and Floyd Curtis and family. home. LOST, STRAYED OR TOLEN Boblown, Oct. 7. Everybody in selling more than 51G.OO0 worth of this community cutting corn and of Georgia, is the guest 'of thinly enjoy reading the letters in this vicinity is busy making sorFrom Proctor, Ky., about SeptemLast Sunday, thru His Miss Mayme Ballard. making sorghum. Mrs. John The Citizen from the soldier boys. noda Click and bonds. ghum, culling com nnd housing to- ber 20, one dark bay horse mule. her daughter, Martha Gamboe, of servants, Rev. R. C. Roberts, Rev. J Bryant and guest, Mrs. Senrer, of bacco -- a very industrious neigh- About 3 or I years old, small wart Illinois, have been visiting friends J. Welch and Rev. Samuel C. Rice, Missouri, spent the week end with, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY William Nee- on left shoulder. A borhood at present. litllo "hog God seemed to speak most effect Mrs. Bradley Montgomery at Paint and relatives at this place for the ley visited relatives nt Foxtown. hacked." $25.00 reward for return. Cooksburg past week. There have been sev- ively to an unusually large number Licks-Mes- srs. Swinebroad, Palmeter, Robert L. Daughcrty, 0ct. 5. There was a1 Saturday anil Sunday. Mlsecs Mol-l- ie Mr. and and Batsou came out from Lancas- -, ,ean eral light frosts in this part, not of Royal Oak's citizens. BeallyvilU', Ky. McQueen, of Mclce, is spending (Ad XiUlus clMrs. Mary McGuires. doing much damage. JVcrlic John- Mrs. Wilson Brewer and Mr. and ter, Thursday night, and gave ap- son will Innvn fVfnlinn o.ln nllnnrt Mrs. Edward K. Cook were calling propriate talks in the interest of on Rev. and Mrs. Sninuel C. Rice, the Liberty Loan. the Danville school for the deaf. The children Isaac Smith is planning to send his Sunday afternoon, at tho home of from the school sang patriotic! Mrs. L. B. songs,'and Mrs. Dawes and daughter,! little girl to Danville school for the Mrs. Mary Wilson. deaf next term, which will open Brewer visited lrer father, M. C. Miss Amy, furnished music on the Hughes, who is recovering from viorin and pjano. October 2. rf Mrs. Hogan slight blood poison, Sunday. Mrs. McKee entertained. Friday afternoon, MoKec, Oct. 7. Rev. Isaac Mess John Hughes and daughters, visited in form of a reception, in honor Of ler from Meadow, Tenn., is visiting tho home of "Uncle" John Spence, Miss Mary Huntor, of Georgia. W. O. Pierson. and family Miss Diana Lackey of the college in( friends at this, place, and preached Sunday. father-in-lavisited his Sam Danville spent the week end with at tho Reformed church, Sunday. S"unday. Mrs. Fnnnio Miss Bowling. Mr. Pas from Michigan is visiting Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. Mack! Ins sister, Miss Retla Pas, who is Strong whoso health is failiiig vis- Hendron and .Mrs. Floyd Curtis were teaching at, tins place. Several ited the home oCJolm Whicker, Sun- shopping in Lexington, Saturday Nelson Hurst left here today Mesdamcs Walter Davis and Charley members of the King's Daughters day. circle attended tho convention at for Mt. Vernon and Lovel Green for Dean attended the funeral of Ray Rev. R. C. Roberts, Miller at Sulphur Mill, Friday. Mr. Gray Hawk, Saturday. All reported the winter. Harvey Gibson and Mr. and Mrs. Miller was a soldier in a northern nice time nnd plenty to eat. it Mrs. W. B. Hornsby lfa9 purchased Edward Cook were dinner guests of camp and died with Spanish Influ a player piano. Miss CIco Baker Mr. and Mrs. Wilson nrcwer, Sun enza. Brynntsville, Oct. 0. A pntriotic-meetinentertained several of her friends day. Miss Nannie Pearl Wilson and was held at Mt. Hebron, at a party at her homo Thursday brothers, McClcllan and Linden, were ovening. Lieut. Roy Hildreth who dinner guests, Sunday, of .Mrs. Mary Tuesday night, the speakers being Miss Ethel May Wilson. Rev. C. S. Conant, of this place, ami lias been doing dental work in Mc-K- Wilson. for several months was called R. N- - who is now a Red Cross nurse, Rev. Palmeter, Mr. Holtzclaw and has landed 'safely in Franco. Sher- Dr. Wheeler, of Lancaster. Mrs to servo his country, Monday. Lieut. Hugh Collier, son of Mr. and man M. Cook has gone to Annvillo Hogan Ballard has been ill for a Lewis Martin few days, Mesdamcs Floyd and Mrs. D. G. Collier of this place, has for a few weeks. landed safely "over there." Misses Cook, whose health has been failing Forest Curtis wero shopping in J. B. Danvillo Thursday. Jeff Holcomb Addio Shelton and S'amnntha Welch gradually, is still poorly. i Spence, whoso failing health caused was very siuji t. u it;w iiajaj xr Brad-sbamr .n. aro visiting Dclcia Smith, of Eliso Fowler is very sick him to resign school, is now slowly and Mrs. J. C. Williams and Mrs. Alfred Gabbard. of I. M. Moreland and Miss Dawes were A tract of too acres, one of 60 acres, one of 50 acres, one of 40 acres, one of 15 acres Miss Alico E. Doni-gu- n improving. with mumps. I ALWAYS SELL TO SUIT THE BIDDERS. So will sell SEPARATELY or any from Anuville is tailing friends Bottier, was a business caller on Lexington visitoVs, Wednesday. Messrs. Fred Miss Mary Hunter who has been tho Mrs. Lou Reynolds Sturgeon, Sunday. in McKee. TWO OR MORE tracts together to make the size of farm you want. will move to Turkey Foot tho 15th Spruce, Green Pierson, Grover Ev- guest of Miss Mayme Ballard for mile from DANLOCATION: Fronts on McCORMACK CHURCH PIKE, of this month to take charge of n ans, firaden Cook and Misses Lou several weeks returned to her homo DANVILLE, 2 miles from MORELAND, Evens and Dillio Pierson attended in Georgia Friday. Miss Eliza VILLE & HUSTON VILLE PIKE, 6 miles from boarding house. Mrs. C. P. Mooro milefrom Q. & C. R. R., 2 MILES PROM L. & N. R. R. was called to seo her father, Mr. tho Union church ut Nathanton, I son. attended the W. C. T. U. conft. N. Gabbard, of Botncr, vention in Louisville last week. Sunday. In good neighborhood, close to SCHOOLS AND CHURCHES. Cou ntry school at rueen Jones, of Tyner, who is very Mrs. Maud Clark Fowler and visited the homo of Win. N. Cook, The ladies of the Methodist church corner of farm, GRADED AND HIGH SCHOOL three miles. sick. Hurrah for the sent several dozen jars of canned DRSCRIPTION; children nro visiting relatives in Monday nighl. Level and mntlv rollinir. FERTILE. 80 ACRES OF RICH HOT- and preserved fruit to tho Orphan's ,T0M LANDf nowaste land. Lexington this week. Mr. and Fourth Liberty Loan! 32 acres sown to wheat, 70 acres to go in corn, 60 acres, of Earnestville Mrs. John Sandlin, of Middletown," WATER, fencing good, EVERLASTING 5 acres of oats, balance in grass O., lias bceji visiting relatives at this Sept. 30. John Earnestville, Wcarren , of Louisville, wero visit guuu urcuuru, uisu uruuuru ui caun icnuiu iiuuse. Oval Smith, of Burning Brewer js very ill at this writing. place. Will be sold on easy terms. Possession January 1, 1919. Springs, is visiting his uncle, Dr. Several folks from this vicinity at- ing their brother, Brutus Wcarren SevThe farm has been well TAKEN CARE OF, has been in the Moore family for over and family, for a few lays. W. B. Hornsby. tended the Baptist Association at Recently came into the hands of present owners by inheritance and purBirch Lick, Friday and Saturdays-Mi- ss eral teachers from this community FIFTY years. Oreen Hall Eva Taeket had a bean string- wero in Lancaster Saturday to hear chase in settlement of estate of D. R. Mcore, and is now on the market to SELL and WILL Farmers ore Green Hall, Oct. 7. very busy now sowing wheat, sav ing Thursday night, with n largo Hr. Paul, of Asbury College. BE SOLD. Miss Goodhand, ing fodder and making sorghum crowd present. DON'T OVERLOOK THIS FARM YOU MAY MISS A BARGAIN. POWELL COUNTY W. N. Hughes returned from llich- - of Manchester, has been the wel- dwelling, hall and two porches, Almost new 7 room two-stor- y IMPROVEMENTS: Clay City two stock barns, ONE A LARGE NEW BARN, one of the BEST in County, two tenant Last Monday Clay City, Oct. 7. gs. thn War Trophy Train camo to our houses, all necessary NO EXCESS AT MY AUCTION SALES. NO REMEMBER: little oily and was met by-- a largo parts of tho county, CONTRACTS, PURCHASERS KNOW THEY RECEIVE A FAIR DEAL. crowd from all to hoar the boosters and to Inspect For further particulars, inquire of John M. Helm, Brumfield, Ky., -- E. C. Eubank, Good'Light Bread and Biscuit tho booty which thoy carried. Tho Perryville, Ky., or v can be made from audience responded very quickly to tho liberty call and in a vcr short I11110 had bought about soventy-flv- o thousand dollars worth of bonds; tho Clay City National Bank bolng tho biggest subscriber, $25,000; Cliff Orderajaackjfrom your Grocer and be Convinced LShlmfessel, $1,000; II. O. Crnbtrec, $1,000; Brodheau and uarrou im., $2,500; Tom Petit, $200; all others pa-woac-ce- Graydon Cook morning with his pleasant smiloJ letting us all know that he came all the way from Battle Creek, Mich., to answer Uncle Sam and smilo for Why not us again before leaving. buy Liberty Bonds? Thai's a thrust rt the Kaiser. J, at hihl passed thru Sunday . iStcmllniTalk In" .Now corn hero has has whooping cough and pneumonia, L- - Church. fever. Mrs. Elizabeth Scovillo and started off at $8.00 per barrel. Miss Lucy Jones returned from vis- - This correspondent, away up here in Whoop- - too lulls' would like to hear moro iting honiefolks, Monday. Ing couch Is raging in this vicinity. personal news from Blue Lick', bis Lester Hamilton, of Vincent, on - 'old home, and he kindly makes this tered the Buck Creek Graded School request through the medium of this Tuesday. Mr. ami Mrs. Iko paper. To The Citizen family we Hughes and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard ny, Spence, of Ida May, spent Sunday at ESTILL COUNTY Scovillo Ridge, with the former's children, who nre nttending school1 iron Mound at the Buck Creek Graded School. Iron Mound, Oct. 7. Farmers aro 1ftia f?ln vlim iiv In tii I nul afafun ...i ...... i... uunj imk null ijr, u.j t.noa con. and making molasses Cnrrk' ",P"1 S,,,u,ny wi,h l,,oir Snm Arp,vwl aL lhe ",,mo ,f Mr' nml Cl' V" T' T"ma3' f Lov1, farm' hai recently sold his .... Mrs. Robert Harris, . September 20, a .. . , . - ' ' 11 ..... i e teachers of all tho djslricta near hero havo., been hnvlng',nox suppers in bohnlf of tho Liberty Loan, and Red Cross. Thero was n jilo supper nt the lower Crooked Creek schortl Inst Tuesday night, nnd the pies brought $8.00. Tim box supper at While Oak brought $13.50. The pie Ripper at tho Melvin Jennings school brought ai3.()0. Wo are very glad that tlili mucji has .bcon'oblnlncd for so good n rause. Klzy Allen, tho little son of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Allen is very sick w ilt walking typhoid fever. Next Saturday and Sunday is tho regular Holiness meeting tlino nttho Charley Scott meeting house. Har vey Thomas, of Templar, spent Sunday night with his son Charley Thomas or this section. Tho road (mud i were coiled back Thursday mid Friday to make a chango in the road, so tho automobiles can coino right; on from Mulliiis Station to Johu II. Alcorn's mill, for wo now havy n road they can travel over. Sturday7n?Rbl.-ThI ' ijk v '" ... j, .v..,. Vine, 6oL , Jack Frost Is visit- ,,1 mill.. HttllllU ..int. arc! Puckett and Katie May Alexan-ou- s lug us ipiilo often, hut not doing dor surprised their young friouds much tJamiu-'i'- . Miss Rosa Caliban Thursday by going to Irvine nnd entertained jpiito n number of young getting married. Fred and Carl folks ,nt her home n few night ago. Witt thru hero Friday with Wrii. Pennington made n business n nice drove of cnttlo enroute to trip to Bond yesterday. .Charlie CROSS TIES WANTED Rev. Lawrence John-nn- d Ferguson is visiting homo folks nt Richmond. Tho Regional Purchasing Commitson, of Rices Station, is conducting presout' Mil 'is tupoetlng soon to be U- - in tho market for railroad n series of meetings nt Corinth. called to the' colors. Mrs. Lizzio tee ut Mrs. Rhoda Sparks visited friends Hurley, who has had llu.x, is nblo to cross ties, and stands ready to , all tics as thoy nro delivered i.i near Winchester front Friday until Sunday. J. R. Vaughn of near seems To bo the go since Jnck Frost by tho tio makers, and will pay for - . , ( ' CLAY 'COUNTY s Vine several weeks with her cousin, Mrs. Mr. and Mr. Lewis Gabbnrd. Woolums and two children relumed to Hamilton, 0., nfter a week's visit with their mint, Mrs. Joe (Jreektuore, nnd other rolntlvcs nllhis plnce. Frank Jesso Powell from Camp Taylor is homo on n seventeen day furlough.' Mrs. Jno. Lnwson spent pnrl of last week with nt her daughter, Mrs. Illrniir-Uake- r, Siindny-schdValley View. nt this place every Sunday ovening at 2:30. Everybody invited. Panola Panola, Oct 5. Hud Nolancl of this place died nt his homo from blood poisoning caused by n cut in the log. His remains wero taken to the Winston neighborhood for burial. Mrs. Annie Chastcen Is seriously ill at present. Mrs. K. Elliott, who hns been on tho sick list for some time, is reported no betOld Aunt Mary K. Cox of this ter. place is on the sick list this week. Mrs. Nancy E. Taylor, of Lelghlon, nnd her son, Clnrence, have coino to spend the winter wi.lh Mary L. Colo nnd family. Mrs. Crate Robertson and family, of Franklin, 0, .who have boon visiting relatives nnd friends nl this plnce for the pnst two weeks, will leave for her homo (ho Olh inst. Fo-in- nn ol f. y. 5) two-mont- hs, ccr-Hunt- er, - J Bal-lar- w, Lincoln County Land 265 ACRES AT AUCTION PROMPTLY AT 10 A. M. ' co Wednesday, Oct. 23rd Subdivided into Several Small Tracts w. out-buildin- Save Wheat for Our Soldiers POTTS1 RYE FLOUR SWINEBROAD The Real Estate Man W. E. MOSS, Advertising Manager Lancaster, Ky.