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Five Cents Per Copy. to the Interests of the IMIoTjuitEiiii People 0t:T01tl.lt 17. 1018. Knowlodgo Is Power and Uio way to keep up with modem Knowlodgo is lo read a good Newspaper. Ono Dollar and Fifty CenU Per Year. No. 16. The Influenza in Berea The influenza has struck Berea with a great many cases, but all of them mild. We are just now fighting the worst of our battle. The Institution was better prepared than any other of which we know. We had our new hospital with fifty beds and adjacent dormitories which could be turned into additions to the hospital. We had our two doctors and our two trained nurses, a glass of young nurses in training. and But the influenza struck down one of our doctors and one of our nurses at tin very first, and quite a number of the important College workers have also been temporarily incapacitated for work. The only severe case the first or the week was that of a student who was sick before the influenza came, and out of more than 200 cases which have developed since ' only two are serious now. At least fifty have "graduated" and been dismissed from the hospital. The influenza, however, is occasioning the omission of some classes, and makes it difficult to find students for the necessary manual labor for carrying forward the school in our heating plant, bakery, shops and boarding hall. However, we whistle and keep up a courageous Text of President's Answer to Germany In reply to tlio communication vil-lod- GERMAN REPLY ITO (J. World News Tho news of supremo Imporlnnco during the week is the request of Germany for an armistice, tlio questions of President Wilson and the German Chancclor's reply. To all appearances, Germany is willing1 to accept tho terms suggested as a condition for an armistice. Tho successes of tho Allies on all of tho war fronts havo been continuous and decisive; nnd the nttltudo of Germany's allies conies close to desertion. Prince Maximillinn, of Baden, was evidently called lo becomo Chancellor for the purpose of making tho peaco move. He has never been friendly to the dominance of Prussia in tho Kmpire, and his state is ono of tho smaller ones of Germany which possesses some of the older and belter traditions of German liberty. It has, moreover, been closer to tho scene of action than has Prussia. S. IS SENT Ad- of ways been regarded as in direct vio-th- o German government dated the Intion of tho rules and practices of 12th instant, which you handed mo civilized warfare. Cities and I have tho honor to request! lages if not destroyed arc being you lo transmit llio following stripped of all thoy contain not answer: only, but often of their very inTho unqualified acceptance by tho habitants, present German government and by Tho nations associated against a large majority of the Reichstag of Germany cannot bo expected lo the terms laid down by tho Presi- agree to a cessation of arms while dent of hto United Slates of America acts of inhumanity, spoliation and in his address to the Congross of tho desolation aro being continued United States on the 8lh of January, which they justly look upon with ad1918, and in his subsequent horror and with burning hearts. dresses, Jtislilles tho President in It is necessary, also, in order that making a frank and direct statement there may be no possibility of of his decision Willi regard to the that tho President communications of tho Gorman gov- should very solemnly call the aternment of the Hlli and 12lh of Octo- tention of the government of Germany to tho languago and plain inber, 1018. It must bo clearly understood tha'l tent of ono of tho terms of peace the. nrocess of evacuation and tho which the German government lias conditions of an armistice aro mat-- now accepted. It is contained in the tors which must be left lo tho address of the President delivered judgmont and advico of tho .military at Mount Vernon on tho Fourth of heart. advisers of the government of tho July last. And we rejoice in the volunteer help of many, of our United States- and tlio allied govern- It js as follows: merits, and tho President feels it his 'The destruction of every arbi- neighbors. duty to say that 110 arrangement trnry power anywhere that can sep- can bo accepted by tho government arately, secretly and of its single of tho United States which docs not choice disturb tho peace of it lie provido absolutely satisfactory safe- world; or, if it cannot bo presently Let us, be grateful for the prospects of victory over guards and guarantees of tho main- destroyed, at least its reduction to tenance of the present military su- virtual impotency." the Germans! premacy of tho armies of the United Tho power which has hitherto The war has come with great cruelty and loss to the controlled the German nation is of States and tho allies in tlio field. whole world. We in America have sulfered least, but He feels conlldcnt that he can the sort hero described. It is within we have suffered enough to know what suffering is. safely assume that this will also boj tho choice of the German nation to It has But the war has brought some blessings. the judgment and decision of tho aller it. The President's words just quoted naturally constitute a conallied governments. drawn the civilized nations nearer together, .it has made The President feels that it is also dition precedent to peace, if peace us all commit ourselves to the principles of righteoushis duly to add that neither the is to como by the action of the Gerness as never before. It will be harder forever in the government of tho United States, man people themselves. The Presfuture for any oppression to exist between nation and nor, lie is quite sure, tho govern- ident feels bound to say that the naton, or within the boundaries of any nation. ments witli which the government whole process of peaco will, in his Let us not suppose victory is won, but it is in prosof the United States is associated as judgment, depend upon the a. belligerent, will consent to consider anil the satisfactory charpect. Braise God! . an armistice so long as tho armed acter of the guarantees which can forces of Germnny continue tho Il- bo given in this fundamental matlegal and inhumane practices which ter. 11 is iudispcnsablo that tho governments associated against they still persist in. should know beyond a porad-venlu- ro Right in connection with all our patriotism .thee . At the very time that tho German government approaches tho governwith whom they arc dealcomes up a new word Profiteering! ment of tho United States with pro- ing. There are people who are trying to take advantage The President will make a sepaposals of peace its submarines aro of the necessity of the Government, to charge high prices engaged in sinking passenger ships rate reply lo the royal and imperial for their labor and their good!?. at sea and not (ho ships alone, but government of Austria-HungaIn some ways such people are worse than the Accept, sir, tho renewed assuranco the very boats in which thoir passengers and crews seek to make of my high consideration. Germans. (Signed) ROBERT LANSING their way to safety; and in their MR. FREDERICK OEDERLIN, present enforced withdrawal from ON PRESICOMMENTS trained his guns upon the very Flanders and Franre the German Charge d'affaires, ad interim, in PRESS DENT'S ANSWER TO GERMANY heart and 'enter of Gorman nuloc-rae- y. armies are pursuing a course of charge of German interests in the He has II red a broadslilo wanton destruction which has al- - I'nited Slates. KI.MIIIA (N.Y.) ADVERTISER: All straight at tlio Kaiser's throne. It anxious hearts aro sol at rosL . . . is "down with the Kaiser" or "on Thero will ba no compromise with to Berlin." PHILADELPHIA PRESS: The Prestlio Gorman thing. (Vermont) HERALD: ident lias seen a new light. There RUTLAND President Wilson's reply moans in is something moro to bo considered effect, ovacuatc, abdicate, then ne- than the fourteen peace points that the German government so quickly gotiate. DALLAS (Tex.) NEWS: If. after aeeepted. . . . Wo can now believo tlio oAchango of notes . . . there was at any ralo that the allied armies still left somo douhts as to the de- are not going to bo belted in thoir termination of our President to advance lo the Rhine, and tlio danmake a complete joli of it, that ger of a prematuro peace without victory is happily averted. douhl is dispelled liy his last TOLEDO TIMES: President Wilson SPOKANE (Washington) has spoken. JTho war will bo vigThe Prosldont lias orously prosecuted until the havo been kioked out. given a plain answer and n strong answer. It is open as day and as If the German public will not kick them out, the nllles, of necessity, inoxorahlo as foto. WORLD: President will. TORONTO WASHINGTON POST: Tho notois Wilson's reply is of a charaoter whieli will thoroughly satisfy every nothing less than a sontenco of friend of humanity and democracy, death upon tho Hohenzollcrn miliTORONTO MAIL AND EMPIRE: tary system, pronounced by tho It will not satisfy our peoplo for the spokesman of tho civilized world, Knlsor lo ahdieulo and for Germany now in arms and actually executing to disgorgo tlio plunder slio has the sentence. DEALER: CLEVELAND PLAIN taken in this war, nor for n now form of government to ho estab- Now let thoro bo an ond of discus-sioi- v. President Wilson has anlished in Germany. Our ono and only object is to win this war in swered tho' Kaiser in words. Our such a way that it will bo plain to armies are answering him with cold the dullest German that tlio Central stcol. SALT LAKE CITY HERALD: Now as Powers havo been dofeater decisively as over n nation was de- that President Wilson has indicated feated. that nolo writing has adjourned, BOSTON GLOHE: President Wilson let us go on with the war. - Answer Said to Express hesion of Germany to Wilson's Demands. DECISION OF WAR CABINET Advances Toward World's Peace Reported to Be Voiced In Kaiser's Answer to President Turkey and Austria Yielding. Husel, Switzerland, Oct. M. The Frankfort Gazette announces that the German uuswer to President Wilson probably was forwarded Friduy night. The Guzctte says It has reason to believe that the answer expresses adhesion of Germnny to the demands of President Wilson. The Gazette announces that the relchstug will be assembled October 10. German Note on Way to United States. Copenhagen, Denmark, Oct. 1 i. Tho North German Zeltung suys that the German answer to President Wilson's note of Innulry Is ready and believes that It was handed to the Swiss gov- Praise God! dofl-niten- Profiteering Gcr-mu- ry ' The Bondholder ThoChancellor's reply to tho President uses tho phrase "German Government," leaving out tho word "imperial," which has always been used before. This- may bo Intended ns a notice Hint essential changes Havo taken place in tlio internal governernment Saturday. The newspaper ment of tho F.mplrc. A meeting of understands that "the answer will the heads of tho different slates was make advances, and It Is recently held for conference. hoped that the discussion between Germany and President Wilson will bring forth a durable peace for tho whole It falls to the lot of the represenworld." tative of Switzerland to act as the It Is stated by the newspaper tli.it agent of Germany in her overtures the note was curefully considered by to the United States. An unassumthe war cabinet, consisting of the chan- ing young man, who is serving as cellor, tho vice chancellor nnd secrean nd interim "chargo d' affaires" taries without portfolios, and that an answer In principle was agreed upon is thus brought into prominent' irfter a conference with the supreme place. Frederick Oederlin was formilitary command. Thero could be no merly an engineer, and moro recentdefinite formulation of the answer, ly has been business adviser to tho however, It adds, until the olllcial text representative of this country ill tho of the president's note was received, United Slates. which. It understands, arrived late Thursday night. German Press Open to Peace. It is noticeable that tho name or With tho exception of the Incurably Turkey is omitted from tho list of chauvinistic Tngeszeltung of Berlin, allies by Germany for tho first time, the German press generally, even the a fact which gives substance to tho conservative orpins, sees In President rumors that shcis intending lo seek Wilson's note an upright desire tn a separate peaco if Germany is not Judge the situation objectively and pave the way for peace, If honorable successful. Turkey has been badly beaten by tho campaigns of General peaco shall appear possible. The Tageszeltung finds tho note "ut- Allcnby in Palestine and tho reterly unacceptable" and hopes the Ger- newed activities in tho Balkans. man government "will give n llttlng answer." It Is, however, significantly In speaking of the important sursystematic of the new order of affairs render of Bulgaria, which has In Germany that this newspaper stands served to start tho collapse of the virtually Isolated in Its antipathy to central powers, a war correspondpeace. ent fitly pays a tribute to tho work Asks No More Recrimination. Even Otto Iloctsch, In the Kreuz of American missionaries im tluht Zcltung, and I'rof. Max Lenz In tho country. They created a sentiment Tnegllsclio Itundscluiu, recognize tho of respect and confidence in tho seriousness of the situation: The lat- United Stales which has borno ter says: "We will not obstruct those ample fruit. The allies havo found who have taken tho rudder, but will American (lags flying from poles on rather help them bear their terrlblo mission schools, where they had burden of responsibility. Let there be been, oven whilo Bulgaria was an no more crimination and recrimina- ally of Germany. - an-sv- (jr SPOKKS-MAN-REVIK- ... CONTENTS 1. Editorials. President's Second Answer lo Germany. -World News; War News. PAGE 2. School Government, by Lucy Holliday Prof. Lewis. Obituary. War Prohibition. Stanton News Column, PAGE 3. Sorlal Story. Italy's Royal Democrat. PAGE 4. Local Items. PAGE 5. Sorgl. Spenco Obituary. Locals. Real Kstato Ads. PAGE 0. Farm Department. S. S. Lesson Tho Dluo Trlanglo In Russia. PAGE 7. Call for Laborers at Camp PAGE Teachers will bo especially interested in tho second arllclo by Prof. C. D. Lewis, on School Govern ment. Read it on pago two. I Tho lettor from tho visiting nurso concerning Sergt. Spouco's death in Franco gives ample proof of tho great valuo of Red Cross Work at tho front. Read it on pago flvo. Chinese Women Soldiers. China had women 'soldiers long before they were known In Russia. Dur Wake Up, Madlsonl lug tho Tne Ping rebellion, l&r.O, womMadison must make unusual efen lis wrll us men served In tlio ranks. In Nanking, In ISM. un tinny of 300,. forts this week if sho Is to reach her 000 women was recruited. They were goal In tho Fourth Liberty Loan. Up divided Into brigades of 1!!,000 each to tho present, Madison is 8182,000 and were commanded by women short qf her quota. Every county TO-DAV Kentucky News Knox. PAGE 8. Eastern Kentucky Nows. understand why Madison is lagging so far behind her sister counties. Coiftity Chairman Robert 11. Dur-iiii- ni held u mooting of tho county workers in Richmond Monday and (Continued that borders on Madison has exceeded its quota ami with tho . great wealth that is known all over tho SJalo to lie In her midst, few can oa Figs FIts) tho precious pearls and diamonds from their settings nnd substituted an imitation paste Tlio real jewels irm'n Utile unernfN- - ennl nllf it tlin London, England, Oct. 14. Austria-Hungarcountry to tho and Turkey hnvo Informed Germany that they will uccept Pres- stale in Germany from which tho ident Wilson's peace terms, according Czarina came. to a dispatch to tho Central News from Turkey litis made a defAmsterdam. Tlio celebration of Columbus Day inite peace proposal to President Wil- was necessarily quiet on account of son, according to reports In circulation the influenza. It was mado tho ochere. Iteuter's Limited says It learns casion of friendly, minglings of that Turkey has approached the Unit- American and Italian peoplo and tho ed States with 11 view to peace. flags of tlio two The ministers of the allied govern- intertwining of tho Italy may well rejoico ments, stiys the Express, havo dis- countries. cussed the German peace overtures rrliat a son of her soli opened tho and agreed upon n line of common ac- way to a new world. tion. The British. French and Italian Hnglish papors, in speaking of tho ministers first conferred and readied decision, after which the Hrltlsh and terms of an armistice, plainly show French cabinets continued the conclu- that it is thoir dosiro not only to sions. demand a giving tip of arms on tho Germany and Austria Agree. land, but a surrender of submarines Husel, Switzerland, Oct. 14. Vienna on tlio sea ns woll. In view of tho newspapers received hero state that recent disgracoful murder of tho Germany and Austrlu aro In perfect survivors of n torpedoed transport, accord rcjcurdlog tho evacuation of ocEncupied territory and that pourparlers thero is justification for the , glish request. followed Immediately tho receipt of President Wilson's note. Twenty deputies havo been Invited to a confer-enc-o The capture of Lens and tho reat tho Imperial paluco of Emper- covery of tho groat coal region of or Charles, the papers say. France will not holp much to keep the peoplo warm this wlntor, for PAGE HOME CRITICALLY ILL the Germans havo so dostroyed tho shafts that a long time will bo reRetiring Amabssador to Great Britain quired to mako it possiblo to get Returns Suffering From out coal again. Tho vandalago Heart Disease. which is dally occurring on tho Western front Is a poor accompaniNew York, Oct. 14. Walter Ulnes ment to a peaco proposal. Togo, retiring American ambnssudor to Great Hrltaln, arrived here from Knglund critically 111. Ho Is sufferWhat Really Counted. ing from heart disease. From a Miss Yellowlcuf "A womun's ng steamship he was brought ashore on a doesn't really matter." Miss Cuusthpie stretcher aad removed, to a hospital. "No; the thing that counts Is how long sho has beea that age." Life. y Hcsso-Darmsta- ests to represent than the guaranty and security of Germany's future welfare." Austria and Turkey Yielding. tion." Tho semiolllclnl North German GaThe Czarina of Russia, by a clover zette reminds Its readers that "whatever decision may be reached the Ger- trick, succeeded in saving tho crown man people must realize that men who jewels of Russia, which aro among with exact knowledge of all factors ar- tho finest in tho world and arc of rive at a verdict havo no other Inter- creal valuo. Her jeweler removed Two THK CmZRN Oelobtf n MM. wcro tho gales of death so thronged! REASONS FOR WAR PROHIBITION ' MAJ. GEM. W. H. HAY ns in your day and mine so' Adapted from Mais. War Prohlbl- AMERICA WANED TO tion Campaign Report In the life of every individual, in ev- thronged by young heroic souls SCHOOL GOVERNMENT AND 1. If Coal Will Win the War-C- oal ery school, and in every nation. who by thousands and thousands, CITIZENSHIP miners in dry territory proSDSPEKI JUDGMENT Tho great work of education is to a great host havo laid down their By Prof. Chas. D. Lewis mnkn Mm ntinht hnrnmn Min want yl"8 HVCS for their COUnlry, for duce from 10 lo 25 per cent moro ,ll,cro mi8nt 1,0 n coal than thoso in wet territory. words to mako pupils! "V"'1 Last week I mndo the statement or Hieso immatured Walter F. Bnllingcr estimates that BM4AN PEACE NOTE ON THE government love duty more than desire. For;bctlcr, world. that tho spirit of school cut short-- arc they wast-scho- ol a 10 to II per cent Incrcaso In anJ UNTIL PRftSISINT WILSON AN. should lio the spirit of government this reason I would say that .w s,,a11 wo measure n life? thracite and bituminous coal would is well disciplined if the o.' d? In the society which it served. Let NOUNCEI DECISION ON IT. l,'c 'n',-- , of by tho pass-scio- yield over 00,000.000 tons Iho extra plls are to any laroe deoree con- -' us now carry the analysis of tlat "f nPtal years? Is not amount Mr. Garfield says wo must of repression from the teach-- 1 spirit farther. tm.n hmu in the life of man to bo measured other have lo ward off disaster. riiai Government, as was alo said last The Warnlni Canve Direct From the War Prohibition means moro coal. make your pupils want to do what "ays than the Ufa of a dumb boast? t Gtate Department Translation ,s 111,1 high achievement, in art, sc V. S. bituminous roal operators say Text f Nete Rteelved by" Frederick despotism or the autocracy of any you 'want them to because it is what "tho Nation must chooso between " ' Oederlln, 8wle Charge d'Affalres. form says, "Thou shalt," and then they ought to do. This, also, is Hie cant than " (.limine thn nf I m hnmU coal and booze." sets about enforcing lis orders with reason why I often say, The ideally over the faco of the clock? Shall 2. If rood Will Win the War some sort of external force. Tho disciplined school is that school WMtrrn NtwMPr Union New Htnrlt. not human lifo bo measured "The cessation of brewing," says was of this type, but where each pupil docs exactly what progress, old Mosaic law Was hi net on. TUe American public by events? Has not that Mr. Hoover, "would effect a saving Jesus put matters upon a new basis. he or she pleases. was warned to miiml Judgment im Do not misunderstand mo in this. so'ul lived a life who has been of In grain of approximately 3,150,000 Ho said, "Man looketh upon the out the (lerman pence note until the ofllcliil reply In received by the Slate Departupon I havo no use for a school run on servico to his fellow man? Events, bushels a month, from a nutritlvo ward form, but God looketh deeds, achievement, sacrillce, son- point of view." ment and President Wilson has reach- the heart;" that ho who hales has the idea that each pupil should do That is moro thnn enough to suped n decision on It. The wnnilng iiun killed; that he who lusts has sinned.j only that which it wants to do, if ice: these mark the man. So we cannot say of these young ply the energy requirements for a direct from the State Department. A by "want" we mean a desire or a In other words ho taught that it martyrs on humanity's shrino tha year of 1,880.000 men almost enough trnnslntlwi of the Jext of the note win' docs not matter how well wo keep whim. Hut I do believe that tho they receHed by Frederick Oederlln, Swiss havo thrown their lives away to supply our present army both law, the young man had "kept i teacher should mako such a study the (harce d'Affalres, from Heme. Thin school, their that their lives arc wasted. Ralhcr here and abroad. it from his youth." It was a nues- - of the members of the coincides with tho text as given from they havo lived and they still live 3. If Transportation Will Win tho l tion of why we keep it. And this is individuality, their homo life, their They lirlg Hen Nl.llam II, lluy has turn Nitiien, hut, In the absence of the who watch nature's processes War-- In tho spirit of Democracy that each ' associates, their capacities ,and their document, Oederlln would not com promoted to nuijnr general by the pres . ... . cannot believe well in tho oxtinc .. . ...t,, . ...I ; 1912, II. the Anheuser-Busc- h ident, in siiau ne iree necauso ne rccog-- i amumims ;i win eu.iuiu nor iu ag- tion of being: such powers as they lie Is now cnmmandlnR the ment on It, except to say It would nut Brewing Company German owned, One Hundred and Thirir.fnnrth inrim be delivered to President Wilson nor nizes not merely the rights of oth- - cure the right type of school Con possessed must bo of avail else tho Kaiser hinvclf said to bo tho try brigade, Ninety-seconI duct because of a desire on the part division. In Keeretnry f Slate lousing. Ninslng, ors, but right. where. "He that ovcrcomclh shall largest stockholder advertised that France, as n mutter of counx', will receive only Thnro havo been two great alii-- J of the pupils to do right. This is bo a pillar in tho tempJo of God": it used 50.000 ears a year. the ofllelul note. The onlrlol reply, anrcs fighting for ages which havo expressive control tho only control pillar for supporting tho super which woud come through the Swiss Several hundred thousand cars a suited to the children of a freo been far stronger than the two Charge d'AtTalrcs, has not arrived la structure a strong soul for respon year are needed lo keep the liquor groups of allies now struggling- on people. MISS INFANTS DYING the capital. Aa a result, both n III el n Is sibility in (he other Kingdom of business in this country going. Tho full discussion of how to tho battle fronts of tho old world. and diplomats Iolnt out the need of God. 4. If Ships Will Win tho Wa- rare the want and the ought in cure this type of control will bo extreme cunt Ion. This young soul passed in th Dan Poling says he saw surgical ns transmitted by tho human heart, and the gigantic taken up next week. Let me only Willi only service of her country as truly as dressings give out at the front. Ship Mortality in Petrograd Increases the (lernmli the leit station nt Nnucn wlreles tragedy being enacted today is' say this for teachers who read this to 50 Per Cent. before llieni, they are deeply HUtrplcloue to think of until later. If you are one in the trenches. Her lifo was space was lacmng to bring litem merely one phaso of this age-loof the note, hiiiI also what they capable offered in tho path of duly lo her across. not fully war. country. Sho made her services so Yet there were withdrawn for er. inxy he wiled ntlrtnpla on the I want to violate of and willing to obey the ought Germany says, England, ' stead of the want at all times, then invaluable in Washington that a re pnrl. March. 10IB. 1.017,732 gallons Chl,dr" Face Extermination Uni- t- prt of Keriminy lo prolong the discussacred pledges. quest was to Somerset that sho of whiskey. sion of peine. They also see the bund roca " Which will it be France. America say you ought to: you cannot control a school accord might bo sent of the (lenuun proimpmdlst In tho freed from her teaching whiskey or surgical dressings? Report. ing to the higher law of freedom. keep them. present note, which was spread all engagement to asist in the govern 5. If Labor Will Win the War These two elements arc present Think this over for a week. over the werld and reuihed the people mcnt work. It was granted, and Stockholm, Oct. H. Infant mortnl Of 51,000 brewery workers in tho II Ity In Petrograd Jin Increased to M) of all the u led nations before the then while serving faithfully her 1'. S.. 39,000 are carpenters, text wan even revelvcd In the UntI was greatly impressed. More than country' she was called to a higher LUCY HOLLIDAT DIES IN machinists, etc, all so per cent. School statistics show from ied Ktiite. Thl action, It was wild. 67 to 87 per cent of the enrolled chll once I went to buy something at and greater service. Such lives arc much needed In war WASHINGTON every rule f diplomatic industries. drcn are absent on account of sick Is contrary to Mr. Holliday's rather than any other never ended. They continuo to The Manual of ness. The Mttintlou Is crowing dally etiquette, nnd therefore should be conThe sad news that Lucy Holliday place because I wanted to give my- bless this world, even though their 1010. declares the U. S. Statistical Wnrso nnil tin IiivimiII tutitiilntlnn nt sidered us un nltempt at some ulterlni bad passed away in Washington on self the pleasure of watching tho souls have passed on to a higher t l wi!urui--i snows .hhi.ihiu tarmers are Petrograd win he lrtually nljnsl out motive on the purt of l.ermany. Wednesday of last week brought a rapid movements, of listening to tho and better world Kvery one In the capital admits that raising hops, barley, rice and corn this winter tinier food I provided pang of heartfelt sorrow to her rich, beautiful voice, and the corthe Centum reply, at Arut glance, for hrewing. from foreign countries. many friends in Berea and the sur- rect speech of this remarkable extremely elever bit of writing, STANTON COLUMN We need these laborers either to Figure" on ndult mortality nre not an to make people berounding country where she was so child. Mr. and Mrs. Manus Hall, of South flght or to do useful work. available, hut according to Cant. Wll rnd ene calculated lieve jMiice Is hear. This, without Her welj. and favorably known. When she was about fourteen Fork, were summoned to Dayton, 0, H. WebMer of tlm American Red 6. If Labor will - '"n fnr doubt. It was tainted out, la the belief death followed a ten-da- y battle with years old, sho became a member of lo sec their son Millard and Just rrvt, here from Clenimny vtould be minrt eager to foist But will tbev do so? They havo C'os'' wno influenza and double pneumonia. the library staff, and at the ago of daughter, Mrs. Raleigh Eastin, who not done so in 'Indiana, in Michigan, """" i.pon the people of the United StAtei !""'"""" ,"' Her father reached her bedside, fifteen wo assigned her tp special wero very sick with tho influenza, nn.'1 ",fln" ".T mid the Kiitcnto nations, and for tlili in New Hamnshire. so recenllv conn six hours before her death, but her work in tho catalog room that has uoin got iieucr and Millard re i at "'if mttmui ii ,,. n reason, nnd with redoubled forcn, Delia, arrived too late to see never, bcfoe or since, been done by turned homo with them. Two days ...j. w i..u vonirar.v, uiey aro uo- - to Ret nt sister, KVernment rvMnu hhould (lie adnuiiiltlon to wait for the uir iiioie .iiki neuer work. rants or return to llielr nntlvi. vlMnrM. President' action be heeded by every her alive anyone else at that age, or even later Mrs. Hall was taken very sick Secretary Daniels has repeatedly, In Moscow the Munition Is sllirhtlv They accompanied her body on the three or four years older. She kept with the same disease and was un American, It wut wild hero. Muct Washington to Berea. the ofllcial business record of tho able to get a doctor. Dr. Lemming testified that closing saloons has better than In Petrograd, hut there conjecture also was raised at the capjourney from greatly increased the Navy output, nlso It Is critical. In peace times the ital because of German'a ombwlon ol Mrs. i Holliday and Misses SarahNand books that are added to tho library, and Dr. Johnson havo their hands Labor yields to none in patriotism, 'nrant mortality In Petrograd wan uny mention of Turkey In nn official Lenora camo from their homo in for seven years, and page after page, full looking after the cases at home, but now there It nn nbsolute reply. Consideration of this (mint, War Prohibition means the ctp.iI Ptr ' Hazard and arrived in Berea with tho record of several thousand ral,k nnJ cruln m"' ,,u? vnwr taken with regnrd to ii is reported mat there aro essential, man power removed Twin '.ack; of the many the other members of tho family on books, is covered with her beauti- twenty-flv- o cases of influenza at tho great ",r " "n . which haie pictured Turkey ni midnight train, Friday. Miss ful penmanship. As we always use Bowcn. There aro about the nomeu-s- s cnnoren Mending a plen for peace direct to the 1,"ru a dozen i.u 7 If Mnn win uri- - ..- - nr.. Susie, who is in Red Cross training the most permanent ink that can bo cases in Stanton, but all arc doing nnw ti" Nation's Annual Drink Bill is commissioner Mine. Ilena. Petrograd'.. President, caused ottlclals to wondet at Rochester, N. Y, was ill with in obtained, these records, if spared well at present. of social welfare, and over two billion. Its revenue is only( President Ivenlloff of the Kuslnn Ited whether or not Turkey bus followed fluenza and unable to bo present at accident, will last a century, perHolgiirin'H lent! and abunikmed the a yThis community was saddened by that much. Crov.. faclnir Miirvntlon In IVtrm-rni- t I in nee. tho funeral, but she is now recov haps 200 years, perhaps longer. And tho untimely death of Bert Crowe Prof. Irving Fisher declares Pro- - nlnne. ering. If this Is the rase, and It haa bee in the catalog are hundreds of cards who died Stinday morning and was to be the ruse lor the past Tho Holliday family wero resi- that are the result of her long and buried Monday of this week. Bert hibition will add ten per cent to our efficiency, or 52.200,000.000 to our CIVIL POWER RULES HUNS vtek. It means. It Ii snld here, ua dents of Berea for quite a number patient hours. was taken down with the influenza annual income. Four billion t early end tn the wnr, even connlderini saved' of years, the father having moved Lucy's work was always charac but later it developed into bronchial a year is a big Liberty Loan. Military Now Under Civil Control, Cermany and Austria as enemies with hero from Perry County in order terized by a certain beauty and fin pneumonia and the end came sud rorces opixislng the allied amdes. The 8. The Brewers Want to Save Says Centrist Leader of to educate his children in Berea ish, a perfection in thought and ex denly. He leaves a wife and baby, Cerman note, It wits reported, la at Rtlchttijj. Their Investments College. At the time of his death his father ecution that is very rare. leMst n frank adinlsMon of defeat ai4 They ce.n now sell their refrige Miss Lucy was a brilliant student She had a scholarly mind, a keen and mother, his wife and daughter, kondon, Oct. 14. German military n desire for pence at almost airyprira and always ranked high in her class wit, a mind stored with literature, and his wife's mother wcro all sick rator tanks at more than tbev cnsL ha!' nlron('y Pnocl under work. Her graduation in 1915 with from which sho quoted freely even in bed in the samo home and wero Their copper tanks and retorts aro a """i"" no P"-con- -- 110 Lott in Porto Rico Earthquake in such demand that they can obtain the Bachelor of Arts degree was the in ordinary conversation. Son Juan, Porto lllcfOne of unable to attend the funeral. Char ntnt fhlon ns ti.L had bet- - cernpJ nccon)lnRfnr a politics Is wlth dred nnd fifty lives were - One enhun crowning reward of her years of tho girls In school at present knew ley Crowe, a brother who is attend fiill cost for them. to nn lntw.,cw lost In rile .k quake In Porto Itleo, It was estimate faithful study in the College course. Lucy in Somerset and speaks with ing military school at Winchester ler take adv.mlrgo of high tir ccs inn lower ones when tho war; f the rrlchntag, Kent out by the Oer-- liy fJoveriior Yoger, Almost every Following her graduation sho admiration of her playing and sing was called homo and Mr. and Mrs. man government wireless This Inwn in the Itduitd rports damaged taught for three years in tho Som ing. Her voice, both in speaking and Clay Knox, of Hopkinsville, arrived is over. Interview Is being published with the rrierly nnd srntterlng faUlltles. crset High School, where sho won singing had a cultural quality. but were not allowed to sco any of I evident Intention of Influencing There are uueonBriued retorts here the confidence and esteem, not only which gave it great charm. An their folks on account, of tho influ ; of great damiiKe In Santo Doming iit opinion nbroad. of her scholars, but of all who knew other charm, which wo shall always enzn. ueierrea classification from the earuake. Iteportx from the her. 'Did Angela roject Sammy when remember, was her courtesy: that Daddy Clark made a business trip Interior are coming In sJowly because Revolt Aoalnit Young Turk. Last summer she took a six weeks' bright, responsive, courteous man to Jackson last week. he proposed?" Oenovn, Oct. 14. A grave moment of broken communications. The great course in Wabash College as a prep- ner always won friends for her, "Not exactly, but sho put him in nf nnrpftt In renorfp,! nl ennotnnH. est loss of life from shock was. nl Mrs. W. R. Catron, of Kiddville. is aration for her work in tho OrdTho Sunday-schoo- l, the Christian visiting her many friends this week. Class !, only to be used ns a last ro- - nople, of such magnitude that certnln A.'nyngucJi ami Aguadlll, west coast nance Department in Washington. Endeavor and tho Young Women's ;unrtetn call It the beginning of a cities, and In tho Intervening terri Mr. Moore, of Shclbyvillc, was sort." Life. It was in this department of Gov- Christian Association remember her hero visiting Miss Anna Clark this revolution directed agnlnxt the young tory. Turks. It Is reported that the Turk ernment Servico that sho contracted religious activities: Lucy was an past week. It Was the Elevator ish emhniisy nt Berlin tins forbidden Request Withdrawal of German Troope tho disease which resulted in her earnest Christian and loved all the' Stanton College closed her doors "I tell you," went on tho old lady the .Stockholm. -- The Finnish Governdeath. In a very truo sense sho phases of church work. during tho epidemic of influenza anil at a hotel, getting quite angry, "I any Turkish legation nt Heme to make statement regurdlng the mutter. ment has usked (Jerainny to withdraw laid her young lifo upon tho altar When sho went to Somerset to most of tho students have returned won't have this room. I oin't going her troops from Fliihind. The request of her country, and died as she had teach after her graduation In 1915. to their homes. to pay my money for a pigsty: and DAIWTCR "CPIRIT nc nice was reienlly delivered to Cenera( von so faithfully lived, for the welfaro her first letters were full of enthuBob Stone, who has been working .... . tier Coltz, the (lerinun high rominan- t'ltis in iriiu m ilium liuil.i, of others. siasm about the C. E. society, which at tho new dormitory in French-bur- g, simply won't do it." Away at Cleveland at Age of der on Finnish territory. The Itepub-llniHer funeral was conducted by sho had just organized there. arrived homo Monday of this "Oet on in, mum." said ho. "This Paatee Eighty-Onand Socialist papers of Finland Year. Dr. B. H. Roberts at tho Berea CemSho was anxious for tho spiritual week and will do tho painting and in't your room; it's tho elevator." have begun an agitation In favor of no etery, on Saturday afternoon, at 3 uplift of her pupils and often talked insido finishing work on tho new Cleveland, O., Oct. 14. A. hi WIN approach by Finland to the Kntente, o'clock, nlleglng that the recent policy of the to mo about the progress of somo dormitory hero. lard, painter of the famous picture, How He Knew the Judge out In President Frost in very tender and 0f yiem and tho discouragement sho Prof. Crafts had tho mlsfortuno to "Tho Spirit of 70." died hero at the 'over has been connection with Her-many The man stood before tho judge appropriate words spoko on behalf foil about others. And I was told break his right wrist white crankunneutral. yearn. ecu of eluhty-on"How many times havo you been of Berea College, and as a personal last night by her father that in ing tho automobile of Mrs. 'T. G. friend of tho family. Minnesota Forest Fire. Washington sho had put herself in- - White, of Clay Cily. Professor arrested before?' asked tho Judgo, iNcvcr beforo,.ir," answered tho Miss Margaret Diznoy spoko as a t0 tho church lifo thcro in the samo thinks thai he couldn't havo broken Diiluth, .Minn With probably MX) representative of tho Class of 1915, whole-heartpersons dead, thousands homeless and his hand at any better time since prisoner. way. "Hut and in well chosen words referred without clothing, nnd with property it is n blessed thing to know this school is closed down for a few days. eplled your faco looks so familiar,' tho judgo. damage mounting far Into millions nl to tho sterling qualities possessed and to bellcvo that her joyous con-b- y iicorgo bicphcns nnd his son, "I am tho bartender from across dollars, wholo sections of Nortlern Miss Lucy ns a friend, a student sccralion has only been transferred Charlio, of near Mt. Sterling, aro Wisconsin ami Minnesota llmher land una as a unrisuan. visiting their many friends in Stan- tho way, sir," replied tho prisoner to larger fields i.re Miioiildorlnif, arena, Prof. Jas. R. Robertson led in tho When tho news camo lo us of her ton. with only the clniired ruins of nponlng prayer at tho grave. Sov- - passing on, ono or tho library girls Headed for the Terminal depopulated towns to nccen-(Matoral hymn selections wero sung by said, "Ono thing is sure about Lucy: KIDDIES WALK 42 MILES TO SEE "Tho colored mon of' tho District the general denotation. Tho a choir composed of Collego work- - sho was ready lo go." And I boTROPHY TRAIN ho lies of 70 victims He In Duluth havo shown a fine spirit," sajd ors nnd other friends. Rov. Howard liovo wo can rojoico in tho hopo The first ones to go through tho rioriies Ilrownlow, of Washing-io- n. Hudson led in tho closing prayer, that of her it is truo, "Eyo hath not Undo Sam Trophy Train at Harlan, "Nearly all havo gone to camp Following is n tribute to tho mem- - seen, nor ear heard, neither 'havo KyH woro forly-on- o Cermany "To Protect Own Interests." school children with enthusiasm and rnro good hutienewi. Tho tone of the German ory of Miss Holliday as given by entered Into tho heart of man, tho who walked Iwcnty-on- o miles over mor. Somo weeks ago I was nt Unpress is quite optimistic ns compared Miss Corwln. with whom Miss Lucy things which God hath prepared for Pino Mountain with thoir teacher, ion Station despatching a bunch of with the Austrian, )vhleh considers that bad long been associated in library them that lovo him. Mrs. C. A. Hollon, to bo on hand colored mon. They woro having a (iernmny Is working for her own mil work. In his remarks Dr. Roberts when tho train pulled In. Jolly tlmo, most of them poking vatlon und Keeking u separate peuco My earliest recollections of Lucy spoko us follows: Tho mountain is 1,700 feet high. their bonds out of tho windows to through the United States In order to Holliday goes back lo tho tlmo when, Tho procession of souls passing Tho children wcro from Pino wavo good-by- o protect her own Interests, Turkey not to tho hoys on tho sun a ciiiiu, silo assisted nor ratner through tho vast spaco between Motyituin Settlement School. They platforms. A 'red cap at tho depot said, 'to Camp Meade?' being olllclally nt wur with America. In tho storo ho kept on Iho center worlds Is a never ondlng procession cheered loudly as they walked recognized n friend who Jmd his "'No, I ain't gwlno to Camp of Main street. Sho was such a III- Effective October 21. always somo aro entering through among tho trophies nnd wcro wildly bead out of tho window. Tho sta- Meado,' camo tho reply. Tso gwino Ho girl, but sho performed her ilu- - tho gales of lifo: always somo aro waving flags as tho Washington. The United SUitee train pulled out tion man rushed up to tho draflec to Jlorlin. I ain't bothered 'bout Food Administration bus Issued gou- tics with such understanding, such passing through tho gates of death and left Ihein to start their long and saluted him. dctn way stations.' " Washington ertil orders, effective October 21, In all courtesy and executivo ability that Never in tho history of tho world hike back homo. '"Wiiero you gwlno, Sam,' bo Post. public eating places. School Newt from Various Departments er lnl no'19 ''. "' ns . - iiftl-cln- . 11 d - ey ng be-ll- ny oil!-el- clec-tricia- on a 1 Sii-IL- a t.- 1 "J'' ""vvnn f.j ''. 7 one-eigh- th ' txiM-ete- l" s . j d fl n e e ed BUY Am BONDS n ntmn-mine- e Com-missio- LIBERTY - Study Over the Question of Education; Is It Not Worth Any Cost and Any Exertion? Oalober IT, ltd. THI CITIZEN you can never have'toomany handy boys with tho guns and he was very anxious for m to get all I could. I had no way of reaching the I did know, no I had to pass up this opportunity to recruit by mall. While wo were in Hrcst I got permission to go aboard a submarine and a petty officer showed me around. Tills was the first time I was In tho interior of a sub and I told the officer that I would like to take a spin In the tub myself. He introduced me to tho commander, but the petty ofllcer said he did not think they would let mo atay aboard. I showed the commander my passport and talked to him for a while, mat he said ho would take me on their practice cruise two days later If the Old Man gave me written permission. d So I It back to the and while I did not promise that I would get any Amerlcnn gunners for him in exchange for tho written permission, he was free to think that if he wanted to. It seems as though ho did take It that wny, for he gave mo a note to the sub commnnder and sent I Dim another note by messenger. wanted Murray to go too, but the Old Mnn said one wns enough. So, two days inter, I went aboard! in the morning nnd had breakfast with the sub crew and a good breakfast It was, too. After breakfast they took stations nnd the commnnder went up on the structure nmldshlps, which was Just under the conning tower, nnd-squatted down on the deck beneath d Cas-sar- Pace TkrM Albeit I Depesv. AND CH EF PETTVOFFrrFrT MEMBER OF THE FOREIGN LEGION OF FRANCE n wm-imiiuuin I UKRcT, FRENCH BATTLESHIP CASSAKD " WINNER OF THE CROIX DE GUERRE Zl nd Hit W R W 4m G HWw Aim Wv lm C. 7Mh ray. who had come hnck after two SYNOPSIS. weeks In the trenches nt DIxmudc. I CirAPTKIl N. Dopaw. author was Rind to see them, too, for after all, 'Of the alury, enllata In tha United Ulate they were garbles, and I nlways feci vy, aervmir four yeara and attaining more at home with them than with sola tlio runk of chief petty ufflcer, (tinner. diers. Then, It wni pretty rough stuff UIIAITJJH Il-rMt war atarta nt Dlxmude, and after resting up at aoon after lie la lionuratily dlacliarKed the hoapltat, I was keen on coins to from tliu navy and ha aaila for Krone sen again. with a determination to anllaL The Castnrd wns In dry dock for rejoin CHAlTKIt III-I- Pi the Forelxn LKlon and la aaalgnetl to the dreadnaugnt pairs after her hist voyage to the DarCuaaard where hla tnarkamanahlp wina danelles ns convoy to the troopship him high lionora. Duplelx. Kvcrythln; wns being rushed CHAlTKIt la detncjied from to get her out ns boon ns possible, nnd hla ahlp and aent with a regiment of the legion to Inndera where he aoon flnda crewi were working day nnd night. hlmaelf In the front line trenches. There were other ships there too and drendnnughls, la detailed to the arCHAITKH V--H tillery and make.i the acquaintance of the and battleships, nnd armored cruisers, 0'b , the wonderful 1'tsnch Kuna that have aaved the day for the nluea on many nil being overhauled. any action, he a hattlt'Ileld. llcfore We received nnd placed guns of la orJ.red ha k to hla regiment In the newer design, filled tho mngazlnei with front lino tranche. the highest explosives known to naval tha CHAlTKIt roea top" and "get" hla tint German"oer bay- use, and generally made ready for a In a onet r.glit Our magazines were filled t hard Job. company takra part with shells for our big 12 and CHAITKH VII-H- Ia In another raid on the German trenchea guns. A shell can tear a hole and ahortly afterward arsiata In atopplng a tierce tharge of tha Ituna, who are through the heaviest armor plate at mowed down as they croaa No Man'a 12,000 yards, and wilt do more damage Land. than you would think. to DUmude with CHAITKH VIII-8e- nt When we had coaled nnd had got dispell hea, Depew la caught in a Zeppelin our stores aboard, we dressed for acraid, but eacaea unhurt. tion or rather, undressed. The decks ThcyTaTkctl for n little while, and were clear; hatch covers bolted and then iho put out her hnnds ns If gho davits folded down; furniture, chests, was going to leave. He put out his tables, chairs were sent ashore, and Inflammable gear, like our rope ham. L.7J You could mocks, went overbonrd. not find n single wooden chair or table In the ward room. When the ship Is cleared for action, a Hhell bursting Inside ennnot Una I much to set afire, and if one bursts on deck, there is nothing to burn but the wooden deck, and that is covered with steel plntc. I Finally, wo had roll call all men present. Then wo set sail for the Dardanelles ns escort to tho Duplelx, which had on board territorial and ' provincial French troops Gascon, Normans, Parisians, U-N- ilf. W rM Ural-claa- TIo 1V-D- icw J- yotT" tun' what Uiey Wtro tip against In the dodging line. A gun turret in action Is not exactly tho best place on earth for a nervous man nor one' who likes his comfort. There Is an awful lot of heat and no4so and smell and work, all tho time in a fighting gun turret. Hut during an engagement I would rather j d in a gun turret every time man botween decks. At that, If anything does happen in a turret it is good night sure for all, and no rain chocks needed. One of our Junior nontenants was struck by a fragment of shell as ho was at his station behind the wheel- house and a piece of his skull was j driven Into bis brain. lie was carried into my gun turret, but he ' would "not let them take him to elck bay to have his wound dressed. There ho sat, asking every now and then how the fight wns going nnd then sort of dozing off for a while. After half an hour of nctlon we put about and started away, still firing. As n purling slap on the back the turTurks tore off one of our rets, nnd then awny we went, hnck to Hrest with n casualty ltnt gf only 15. We did not linvo much trouble guessing that It was dry dock for us again. We got back to Hrest after a quiet voyage, patching ourselves tip where we could on the way, and again there was the rush work,, day and night, to get into shape and'do it over again. They turned us out In 12 days and hack we went to the Turks and their Hun assistants. We were lucky getting inshore, only receiving a nnty smash astern, when the Turks got our range and landed Vivo peuches before we got out. Wo nenrly tore our rudder off getting away. Hut wo had to come back right away, because we had carried quite I big-gu- n r "King a Eoal Democrat1 I T-- American Finds Ilabsl ' : ri: '' s VJ7E vi m rmur bff iffiSM i- - . III I ' II r" f l' '''''' ' '' '" ' " ' HI Hnmilfnn Holt Interviews Victor ference apparent to mo In our status It Emmanuel at the Front, Where M as I look back onverywas that such an unusual experiInterview wns a He Lives Rugged Life ence for me, while It wns not at all unof a Soldier. usual for the King, and I forgot to be By GARRET 8MITH. I pew h Hi 't' Indo-Chines- Spnhls, Turcos all kinds. When we moused, we had to squat down on the steel mess deck and eat from metal n number of heavy guns from Brest nnd were given the Job of running them nshore. It was day and night work and a great Job for fun, because, while you never knew when you would get U, you had good reason to feel you would get lammed by a cute little shell or a dainty bit of shrapnel before the Job was over. Aboard ship It was deck work, of action. j' course, nnd It wns not much better I was made gun captain and given guns, be- And Then He Twitted Her Wrists and ashore there rhnrgc of the starboard bow turret, causo thnn enemy with the were near Broke Them. trenches the guns, I had my mounting two they amused themhands, too, and took hold oMicm. And men nt gun practice dally, and by the the shore and pick ns off whenever then he twisted her wrists nnd broke time we neared the Dardanelles, after selves trying to we showed on deck. I guess we wero live days, they were in pretty fair them. We heard the snap. a regular shooting gallery for them, were men In that ward who chape. There some of our men thought they lind not been on' foot since the day It was about 5 a. m. when we drew and not need nil the practice they did they caino to tho hospital, nnd one of near Cape Holies and took stations were getting, for quite n few of us thorn was supposed to he dying, hut It for action. Tho Duplelx was In front acted ns bull's eyes. Js nn nhsoluto fact thut when we hoard of us. Thb batteries on the capo Hut we did not mind the bullets so her scream, there was not n man loft opened up on us, nnd in n few min much. 1'hey mako a clean wound or In bed. utes later thoso nt Kum Kalch Joined put you away entirely; slimpnel I n,Pi1 not tell vou what wo did to In. you up nnd fun play all kinds As tho Duplelx made for "V" beacn tears tho 'German. They did not need to of tricks with various parts of your 6hoot Mm, after we got through with and prepared to land her troops, wo body without killing you. As for hltrf. They did shoot what was left of swung broadside on, raking their ns wo did so, and received n shells well, mincemeat is the word. him, to make sure, though. The Narrows wore thick with mines "Now, I have heard people say that shll, which entered through n gun deal of been -It is not the Germans we are lighting, port In tho after turret nnd exploded. and there hud there, a great n while 60 nfter but tho kaiser and his system. Well, Somo bags of powder stored there damago done It mny be true that somo of tho Hocho (where they should never hnvo been) tho Hrltlsh detailed their Yarmouth enldlerx would not do these things if we.rt tired nnd tho roof of tho turret trawlers to go in nnd sweep up. They they did not have to: myself, I nm not wns Just lifted off. It landed on deck, hnd to go up unprotected, of course, tilted up against the sldo of the tur- nnd they started off one night all so sure. setvne. Hut you take Uils doctor. Hero ho ret. Everything went well until they On deck tho ruin of flro wns simply was, an educated man, who had been trulned all his life to help peoplo who terrific. Steel flew In all directions! turned nt tho Narrows nnd started all back. Then, before you could tell It, wero In pain, nnd tiot to cnuso It. And It was smash, crush, slam-bnnho was not whero ho would liavo to the time, nnd I do not mind saying I live or six searchlights were playing obey tho kaiser or any other Gorman. never thought wo would como out on ono of Iho trawlers and shells x wero splashing tho wntcr all over her. of it. And this nurse hnd saved hla life. any i Somo of tho heavy armor plato up Hoth banks wero simply banging away So I do not see tlmt thero is argument about It. He hroko that forward was shot away and after that point blank nt them and I never 'girl's wrists becauso ho wanted to; tho old Cnssard looked moro llko a thought they would get back. They did get back, though, but tb.nt Is all thero Is to It. Now, I say monitor than anything clso to me. As this German doctor was n dirty cur wo drew nearer tho shoro they began somo of them had hardly enough men and a scoundrel. Hut I sny that ho U using shrapnel on us and In no tlmo left to work ship. Hut that Is llko a fair samplo of most of tho Germans nt nil our funnels wero shot full of tho Mmeys. They will get back from anywhero while thero Is ono man I hnvo met. And It Is Germans of this holes nnd a sieve was watertight com olive. kind thnt wo aro fighting not merely pared to them. A chap aboard ono of tho trawlers tho kaiser. Naturally wo wero not Just taking It Is llko going to college. I hnvo all this punishment without any come- said a shell went through tho wheel-hous- e between tho quartermaster and never been there, but I havo heard back. Our guns wero at It fast and somo peoplo say It did not do a roan from tho way tho flro slackened In himself nnd all tho Q. M. said was, "Gaw blimey, that tickled." nny good to go. nut I havo never certain places we knew wo were makheard a man who went thero say that. ing It effective. My guns did for two "Dut I Enow their shooting was Probably you havo not been over thero, enemy pieces that I know of, and per- very bad," suld tho other chap to nie. and maybo you think wo aro not fight- haps several others. "Thoso Turks must havo thought tho ing Uie German people, but only tho The French garbles wero a good fluo was behind them." kaiser and his flunkeys. deal moro excited In nctlon than I Coming back from tho Dardanelles Well, nobody hnU better tell mo that thought they would be. They wero a gold stripe 6cnt for mo and asked Becauso I havo been there, and I have dodging around below decks, trying mo whether I thought there were seen this. And I know. to miss tho shrapnel that canio other gunners In tho States aboard, shouting, swearing, singing that, would servo with tho French. CHAPTER X. but fighting hard, at that. They stood I told them tho country was full of the guff Just as well as uny other good gunners and ho wanted mo to Hell at Qalllpoll. garbles would, only In their own wrlto to all I knew and get them to After I wns discharged from tho hos- sweet way which Is noisy enough, como over. Ho did not mean by this, report to my bellevo me. pital, I was ordered to and neither do I, that 'there wero not hip at Hrcst for sea duty. One of our seamen was hit 130 good gunners In the French navy, beTho boya aboard the Cassard gave times by fragments of.ehrapucl, 0 causo there. ice a hearty welcome, especially Mur- ' h bnt-terig y plates. There had been a notice posted bo-fore wo left that the Zeppelins had begun sen raids, and wo kept a live eyo out for them. The news proved to bo a fake, though, nnd wo did not sec a single cigar while wo were out. We made tho trip to the Dnrdanolld". without sighting nn enemy craft, koep- ......... I I IUK auiivia, " lli'ai; IUUIU nnu UIU n,.rt1nland busy every minuto preparing for Gunner Depew m French Sailor form. Uni- the structure. Then the gns engines started up and mnde nn nwful racket and shook the old tub from stem to stern. I could tell that we had cut loose from' the dock and were moving., After a while they shut off the gas engines and started the motors nnd wo began to submerge. When we were all the way under I looked through the periscope and saw a Dutch merchantman. Wo stayed under about half an hour and then came back to the surface. One of tho garbles was telling mo later on that this snme sub had gone out of control n few weeks ncforel and kept diving and diving until she struck bottom. I do not know how many fathoms down it was, but it was farther than nny commander would take a sub If he could help It. This garby said they could hear the plates cracking nnd it wns a wonder that they did not crumple up from the pressure, but she weathered it, pressure button and nil, and in a quarter of an hour wns on tho surface. While Ur mm Bn.fnfl. tfinv tl Mi fiwl omnl'ii submerged again, nnd soon, over the horizon came eight battleships, escorted by Zepps and destroyers. They tested their tubes before they got hi range. Finally they let go. The first shot missed, but nfter that they got Into it good and the gniby said all you could heaf was the knocking of tho detonated guncotton. About five minutes later they sighted five destroyers, two on each bow, 'nnd one dead ahead. The sub steered In nt right an;:Ie zigzags and the destroyers stayed with their convoy. The sub launched two torpedoes nt less than a mile before diving, to get away from the destroyers and the garby said nt Ienst one of them was hit. These ships must have been some of the lucky ones that came down from the North sea. The garby said he thought tlu'y were off the Dutch const nt tho time, hut he was not sure. Hut this cruise that I was on was only n practice cruise and we did not meet with nny excitement In the short time that we were out. k fectly understandable to every citizen of tho United States. In the case of our other chief Allies, however, there Amerarc still left some school icans, fed on the histories of a generation ago, who arc a bit puzzled to And the country of George Washington lined up wltl) the " nations of Europe. Hut tho King of Italy la not an King nt all. This vlow of Victor Emmanuel as a royal democrat Is strikingly Interpret ed by Hnmllton Holt, editor of The Independent, who hns Just returned from Italy, where he had a most un usual Interview with Ills Majesty. Mr. Holt went to Itnly as the representative of the Itnly America Society at the time of the celebration of the thlnl anniversary of Italy's en- trance Into the war. Ho was received klng-bnltin"king-ridden- An alliance with Itepuhllcnn France In the world war for Democracy Is per- In Homo with much ceremony. "Finally, after these formalities were over." Mr. Holt told me, "I was I tfVilANP THE CROWN PRINC- Econducted up through the northern provinces to the hills Just behind the battle line. We stopped at a little villa belonging to a Muall wine merchant, which had been requlsl- ,.,, ror pv(.rnment use. There Wore two or three fentlncls about the grounds and as many orderlies within, That was all, no otlivr evidence' that 'l ,vns n ,ost of nn' K,eilt Importance, An oillcer led me up to a on the th rd floor nnd knocked, Royal Headquarters Modest. "Inside 1 was cordially greeted by a modest, middle-agelittle man In n vaUx ,,if0r,n that I could scarcely dls- twuUU from that of u common sol- -' ,i,.r, uo epaulets, gold braid or medals. nothing bjit n ribbon showing years of service such as nny soldier might wear, After a hearty handshake, he Invited niu to be seated." That was the King of Italy as one Vnnkw, ww ,,,,, "There wns not the slightest hint of r0yal ceremony about our meeting." declared Mr. Holt. "He simply ushered ""e Into his apartment and Invited mo down, as any private citizen t" wou,d receive another. And It was n npartment wltl. no mt)t of ,uxury n(0nt ,t- - Tliero wus simple bed, withstand, bureau and chairs two or three little straight-bacchairs that looked ns though they mrght bo of maple. I remarked on the simplicity of his quarters and he said d k (To bo pontinued) RED CROSS NEWS GRENADES ' Tho maternity hospital nt Toul, France, now has tho assistance of tho American lied Cross in caring for tho children bonrlliorc. Medical supplies and clothing aro being supplied. Care of tho babies until they aro two years of age lias been atl.uitLa tor. Buy MOKi, Bonds Tho Amorican Red Cross to tho Roman Committee for Civilian Relief, for uso during the war, Tor distributing subsidies anil giving information to solders' fami- .. 8210,000 lias given Peasants in tho country district of Italy aro practically unaffected food shortage, by Hie world-wid- e Thoy liavo vegetables in plenty and goats supply most of tho children's milk. Red Cross teller work is mostly for tho cities and towns. Buv MORE Bopds "I.cl walnut timbor shipments keep paco with tlio Government' military' program," is tlio appeal printed on "enrollment blanks" re- 8m contly circulated in tlio Indiana wal- County nut bolt, by tho Hartford mmu(os. nie i had lost all Chapter of tlio lied Cross. Govern- - Bel)g0 of l)t.nK ,), presence of roy- mcnt minimum and maximum prices lty. You know thnt ordinarily court for walnut logs and for standing tim- - etiquette demands thnt a private cltl- en shall not speak to a king In the ber nro quoted on tho blanks. amre of nn 'nlerv'ow except to an- RedyCro?s U Sin? Into .the Tho dairy business in Franco. W ith chatting freely. wo $5,000 set asltlo for tho purpose and BStln(. nm, BnBwerlnB qUMtl0M lmc'u vnrnu ..III. I OOO nnu-- lnnnr.il MV llin KrOnCll .....I r,..tl. ..ml iixtniilti.government, a model dairy piani win m good oiu mimeo rasnion. no Kepi rs of nn bo established at tho largest Amcri- - me talking for to course ran army hospital In Franco. Tho houf ami. oflength of I had nothingtiat- !.nnPnio,i by PonwilnQ- - do with the the call, as I opera dairy will bo foloww clwtom ,() ie cxtent cent soldiers. Fresh milk dally for,of wnUIJf for llm ,0 ,enntnnte the 20,000 injured lighting men 13 ex- u.n.0W. The King speaks a perfect peeled. Similar dairies at all or tuo KnulUh, has a gooj sense of humor, enjoys telling a good story and enjoys Fronoh base hospitals aro listening to one. In fact the ouly dlf- - Buy MORE Bonds 'Jo "V.,, tt X,1, conscious of thnt at the time. "Victor Emmanuel Impressed me as a sort of combination of Colonel House and the late Frank It. Stockton. He Is a man of simple and charming manner, without pose, who has thrown himself heart and soul Into the cnuse of his country and Is working for It night nnd day, as hard as any other persop In Italy. Hut he prefers to stay behind the scenes while doing It." A Monarch. Thnt this unceremonious reception of n representative of the American Democracy was no pose for theatrical effect Is clearly evident from Mr. Holt's report of what he observed and lenrn-e- d of the King's dally routine. The Monarch has selected this little villa for his headquarters on account of its location In convenient reach of every Kach morning part of tho battle-llnhe rises early, eats a simple breakfast, has a light luncheon put up for him. gets Into his automobile and spends the day visiting some point on the line, conferring with the officers and talking with the soldiers, learning their needs first hnnd and Inspiring them by his presence nnd his counsel. At night he studies the plans of battle for the following day and tiever retires without sending n letter to his family, to whom he Is passionately devoted. He has made observations of the battlefield from dirigibles nnd aeroplanes. At one time In 1015 he cllmb- crest of Itauch- ed to tho koel Mountains when the temperature was below zero In order thnt ho might congratulate the Alpine troops who had Just captured several Austrian po, sitions. Experience Under Fire. "In the course of our conversation," said Mr. Holt, "he gave me a graphic description of his experience In one town near the frontier. The Austrinns discovered his presence in the town nnd begnn bombarding it. The King Immediately withdrew from the town In order that, as he told me, he might not unnecessarily Imperil tho What ho did not tell me wns thnt he departed from the town openly, for he was evidently much more concerned for the safety of the people than heVas over the peril of his own life. "He Is very much Interested In the mechanics of warfare. Ho described graphically the barrage drill of the Italian troops as he had witnessed It "He showed mo with grent glee a German cross from n captured airplane he had framed and hung on the wall of his room. Ho described the different designs he had seen painted on Herman planes' nnd was particular ly nmusod nt one which hnd the design of n Teddy Hear." His Democratic Traditions. Tho King's ability to play his present role la the result both of his democratic Inheritance from his Savoy ancestors and his Spartan upbringing He wns tutored by a stem, old army colonel, who, at the direction of the y hoy's roynl father, treated hhn In way llko the son of n private citiHe baa ever since preferred zen. simple, rigorous living. Hunting and mountain climbing are among his favorite pastimes. "What did he have to say about the political and military situation?" I asked. "You must remember," Mr. Holt replied, "that one cannot quoto a King directly. While we discussed various phases of tho situation very freely, I would npt ho nt liberty to give a verbatim report of his opinions. . In fact, he was careful In talking with mo not to express hhnself positively on matters of stato policy. When I on such ground, ho "would generally counter by asking me what they told me In Itomo about It An Admirer of America. "For Instance, I asked hhn if It wns truo that Italy desired America to send military aid In her. Ho asked If they told me that In Home. "'Yet' I replied. "The King said that was right Italy Ho said we could did Hard-Workln- g c. snow-covere- d res!-dent- s. ov-er- a . pKr? . three-quarte- J "Ho expressed a great deal of Inter est In American affairs and the American attitude toward the war and kent mo busy answering thoughtful questions about them. Ho expressed the greatest feeling of friendship towards America and appreciation for what we He havo nrrmily done In the war. thought our efforts already made were marvelous." Papo Four. DEATH OF OERVIS TUB CtTiZKN GOTT IMPORTANT HEALTH DIRECTIONS Oelobtr 17 1918. LO CAL PAGE FROM A NBWS OF BEREA AND VICINITY, OATHKKED VARIETY OK SOURCES DeSt JDtaCKSmiining I Mends of Herbert lo "n-wor- Hnyos nrc glad lcnr of llls amjnf? safely ovcr- - Scienliflc liorfe shoeinc, line iron find repairs of nil descriptions st the College Illacksmltli Shop, , Main Street, nortl. of The Citizen OnlCC O W- - Monday. M13 ' 'cs. of Lexington, wns son of Mr. and lu .3 111 !..!, Sunday, October 20th, trains No. 33 and 32 will change liino. No. 33 will arrivo here at 11:13, and No. 3 will arrivo about live o'olock. Mrs. Nannie Brannaman ' was called to the homo of her daughter, Mrs. Jack Laswcll, at Urush Creek. Friday. Mrs. T. P. Wyatt, who has spent summer and fall with her son, al nr. nt nonvr rnin roinrnn,! In her Shirting .... We Sell hats and sell them Mrs. Laura Jones. Mr. niul Mrs. J. G. Maxtor and son right.) K,mund, of llichmond, woro visit- nd. ors in Derea, Tuesday. "Mil. l.i fltim. "I IO k Moore, liuiitn .ilunll.. Willi bill) ill ...III. Mm m.,,. n,.r,inun infi i,om Tnosilv f, Knv cdiiiinn Kv wliern he has accepted a position. Mrs. Benton Deaton has received a notice stating that Lieut. Deaton has landed safely in France. lino of tailored An dross and sport hats; best quality for least monoy. (Ad) E"a Waldcn Mrs. J. II. Jackson was called, Thursday, to Iloscdale, Ky., on ac- count of her daughter, Mrs. W. II. Duncan's illness. Lincoln Sliell, or Louisville, was the guest of his cousins, Misses Martha and Rebecca Muncy. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Parks moved, Saturday, from Mrs. Nannie Bran- naman's house to Joe Johnson's. Edgar Wyatt, who is employed at Grayson, Ky v7is home Sunday. Sale at Laura Jones' nni., (iin f nana n store. Every hat in my big stock ponlcPf Anm IIackneyi sleIln John (Ad) son( Aicu Golden, Jewel Ogg and reduced for 10 days. Cornel Sec thoso beautiful sailors in best Kthei Harris, stylo and latest colors at , Wanted-Go- od Buttermilk for the ( Eva balden s Co ccnlg a w ak William Haley, who has been g on fop m d mm hero a few days visiting wifo and Doard,ns Hal1 and nrP?? son, returned to Dayton, 0., Monday., ?ftperry al (Ad) ; to his, position. Andrew Isaacs, who ha- - suffered W. II. Bower went to Dayton, 0, Saturday, to accompany his son. fron a severe case of pneumonia, Marion home. Marion is slowly im- - is improving nicely, Mrs. J. S. Golt and daughter, proving since having the "Flu.'' i Miss Martha Muncy was in Ilicli- - Frances, went to Ravenna,- Friday, lo atlcml thcir son an(1 brother, mond, Saturday, shopping. Gen-is- , who died of influenza, Sal-da- ys "Estill Jones is spending a few Jurday. liero with his family. We receive each week from tho AH hats reduced at Laura Jones' store. Big stock to be sold. Come fashion centers the advance styles nals- - Sco lhem beforc you buy. before they are picked over; get in Eva Waldcn (Ad) (Ad) your choice l- U VonWinkle, of Mt. Ver-i- n Miss Edna Early, who has been) school at Lexington, has returned non- - arrJVed ir Bcrca Saturday for home during the influenza epidemic. a few days' visit with relat ves. She enroutc lo Cincinnati where her Miss Lou Elliott, who has been, teaching in the Graded School, has husband, who is in New Orleans, lo her home in McKinncy to Pcc t J'n Jakc Herndon, a member of tho her enforced vacation caused s- - A- - T- - c- - al Lexington, has been by the quarantine. ,'omc tiU 11,0 check of influ" Justus Jackson, a member of the scnt University is c 8. A. T. C at State m homo on a furlough untU the Span- zq ish Influenza is eradicated at State. ( Mr E VanWinkIo and anJ In these bewitching and charming ,itUo soni LewiS) rcturncd to their creations, you'll sco tho new Fall ,lome jn cincinnaUi Sunday, after and Winter exemplified in thoir a snorl visil wlUl Mrs Van winkle's simplicity and distinctive beauty, parents who will shortly make (Ad-1Fish's lhclr homo in Irvine. ri.cin oinnni ' rw, Mid-Seas- tho best lino of child hats and caps in town, them right. Call nnd bo (ad) Eva Woldcn news has been received by Mrs. C. II. Porter, Mrs. Anna Ernberg, Mrs. Martha Early, Mrs Wm. Hays, Mrs. J. P. Dlckncll, and Mrs. T. A. Edwards that their sons, who aro members of tho 119 Inf. Hand, have safely arrived overseas Others liavo received word from different ones in the 38lh Division pf their safe arrival. For Sale-- My farm containing 2 acres; good four room cottage; barn, chicken House, etc. About seven acres in meadow; about four or Ilvo acres in woods; rest of farm is all tillable land. This farm is off Dixio Highway about of milo and about 2& miles from Berea. If interested inquire of John Bales, or seo mo at meat market on Main street. (Ad) B. F. VanWinklc Tho Rev. E. B. English, while at Preachersvillc, conducting a series f meetings, was called to his mother's bedside at Hopkiasville. while there, he contracted influcn 7a. His wife left the first of the week to attend him. Among the familiar faces seen in Berea asain, on account of tho in- Wo have rcn's tains, and wc soil convinced. The glad re - ex-go- ne ,icr-spen- d t1io disease starts like a vory sc- voro co, w(, pa m t10 loa,( hack of Hie oyes and down the back. THE BEREA RED CROSS There is usually bono acho and n The work of Iho Red Cross con- - chilly sensation as one has with an In tho recent ordinary cold. In severe casos there tinues unabated. drive fur old clothes tho Bcrca 's redness of the. face; the pain may people, always liberal, responded by he severe and nausea nnd vomiting collecting (wo tons for tho suffer- - mny be present. Now if ono is taken ing people of Franco and Belgium. Willi these symptoms when the dis These were boxed nnd shipped di ease is present in tho community rect to New York to bo forwarded and a doctor cannot bo had ho should treat himself ns follows: to their destination. fio (o bed on the llrst sign of In the linen drive tho following symptoms and do ono of tbreo articles were secured: things. Start taking one Warburgs 20 sheets, tablet every hour for eight doses, or 75 halh towels, if your druggist does not havo these 19 napkins, lake a hot lemonade or other hot 12 handkerchiefs, drink. Open the bowels thoroughly 78 bond towels. Tlieao were boxed at onco and with salts or oil. If the pain is'sovoro lake 5 grains sent to Cincinnati to bo sterclized of apirin every two hours. 'Hie and forwarded "over there." A day or two later u big box of diet should be soft or liquid, but knitted supplies was sent to Cn abundant, and water should ho cinnati headquarters to ho hurried drunk freely, a glnss lakon overy across to our soldiers. It contained: hour with the medicine. The great is from exposure by getting i tlanger helmets, M) pairs of socks, while sweating or by i uncovered getting up for the toilet without 31 sweaters. wrapped up. .1 pairs of wristlets, C wash cloths. To avoid a relapse, which if it A box containing 50 old dresses comes may lead to pneumonia and made over for poor Belgian girls death, il is necessary to stay in bed j for 72 hours after tho temperature will be shipped in a short time. There is a call for more help at is normal. If the tempcraluro goes tho Red Cross work room. Every up again the 72 hours must start ono who can help will be welcome, from the last rise. After getting up t Call and sec. one must bo extremely careful to The annual meeting of tho Red avoid exposure to drafts, wet clothes Cross Society which was to bo held and wet feet. A rclapso is always on October 23 has been postponed duo lo some carelessness in these I matters; and inasmuch as tho pneu- until further notice. monia following this disease is very rearhers and students will he sor- - fntal il '9 wortJi while to lako every ry to hear that Charles Fletcher, of 'precaution to nvoid it. The great ,cademy Department, died a few numiier or ueains in mo army camps ,s largely uue 10 tiie fact uial me days ago at Creat Lakes. , noys do nni report lo tno doctor till lhn' arp '0 sick l,lat '"" can'1 kceD SUWIMY SbnVICES Uleir fcct an(J len wh(m Ulcy ,... ,ni. , n, Last Sunday a scries of meetings , imn(.n. were coiiuuciuu oy me nevs. uuy-jexposuro to the elements mond, Knight, and Roberts, for the Dr. R. II. Cowley, bencllt of the people sick with in College Physician, fluenza. At nine o'clock tho band Berea College played a few selections, near Tal- cott Hall, and Rev. Raymond gave a short talk to the "flu" victims. At ten o'clock the Rev. Knight spoke at They Give Blood the Hospital, and at eleven o'clock Rev. Roberts spoke to the patients We Must Hall. If tho epi at Cuinbei-lanTreasure Give demic continues, a similar scries meetings will bo held of out-doAnyone propolnc peace with Gernext Sunday. many before Kat erlsm nlmll have S Word was received by Mr. J. S. Gott during last week that his son, i.ervis, was in or Ituiueiiza at lla- vennn. Ky, whero ho had gone, a mnnlli previous, lo engage In rail- road work. Ho was stricken with ine disease a week ago last Monday, nnd was taken to his aunt's home, where he received meilienl niton- Hon and careful nursing throughout i op w im'k. rneumonia sei in, now- over, rescuing m ins ueaui lasi sai- urunj. ins itiiwiiis were nrougiu io nerea, Minuay, anil me runerai look place at (he Berea cemetery f""1"" .s. iiuoriiwii, cuuuuiipu oy Miigiu. iiey. u U,,,IS yi'nrs oi nge, nnd one of Berea's highly respected yoiiiig men. lie was also a memoer of the Berea Methodist Church. Hp Ipaves his fnlhcr and mother an. three sisters lo mourn his loss, ami u wine cireie oi iriciius anu ac- who sympathize deeply with the family in their sad be- reavomenU "Bii' T, The epidemic of Inlluonza which )3 sweeping the country has such n s(art that it is nlmost sura, lo visil Very town and city. Because of u,0 wnr M,i, doctors and nursos aro mirei, tltll m,(lt,r wt ho nvail- nl)0 In many communities. Whllo ,n?c.,s0 g fatal in some cases jt s,0uld not cause n panic for in proportion lo the number of casos t,0 ,It,ntlg nrc vory feWi Th(J prJn clpal (nnpor comP9 from negcct. T,0 dirertions given below aro In (lin,cd ( i,o f IPp to ti,oso w,o far from n ,()0(r (lal tlcy nri, wln ,nvo (,, ,.nro for themselves. To provonl tho spread of Iho dls- pa,0 thorn should bo a quarantine f ,, ull(,r(, lh( ,Ii9caso i3 resi.nl. Thorn .lioni.l i.n n.. vun. ing of ihiwe sick and the peoplo slouI, aV),,, n) Knth0rings sucli as ,0I1K,S and meetings of nil kinds. 9l0ll,i he well ,, The Merits of a Bank When you choose your bnnk you expect: Safety for your deposits. Certainty of accommodation. Courteous nnd efficient linndlinc of your banking transactions. membership in the Federal Reserve System, with the1 it gives of converting our commercial paper into cash, insures safety for your deposits, and certainty of all merited accommodation. The tcrsonnel of our directors, officers nnd staff is your guaranty of courteous and efficient attention to your needs. ,,. VOIltila-quaintanc- es OUR Berea National Bank Fill ON EXPERT WRITES Jno. T. Dean J. W. Heradon Kentucky DEALERS IN REAL ESTATE 4THJJBERY LOAN ilieroa, ''"F I I of CORNELL PROFESSOR DELIEVES BONDS SHOULD DE BOUGHT BY RURAL FOLK. By L. H. Bailey, Agricultural Expert, Cornell University Tho response of tho fanning peoplo to tho Third Liberty Loan was gratifying. It wns what was expected, as soon aa the question was put before tho farmers directly. I hope that the Fourth Liberty Loan will bo taken still moro freely by tho rural peoplo. No great war can bo won In theso days without the active of nil the people. Wo contribute, by giving ourselves, our business, upholding the hands of government, and loaning the government our monoy. This money bos been accumulated becauso wo havo prospered, and government has protected us. The tavestmrat U the kst, and the spirit that takes Liberty Honda la the samo spirit that makes good crops. Tho fanners' crops have saved us. We cannot think of losing this war. We cannot run the risk of an agriculture controlled by a headstrong, unmoral state, such as would bo Imposed on us If Prussia wore to succeed. Agriculturo Ilea at the foundation of our systems of democracy; Its opinion must count in our public policies; this means that farmers must take such an aotlvo part In the malntenanco of the war that they will havo a right to be a ' sale some modest collages in Berea nt from 1800 to $1,000; some better ones nt from $1,200 lo $1,500; somo elegant housos nt from $5,000 lo $10,000; somo un-- I unproved land at $15 lo $20 an aero;' somo better at $10 to $50; somo lino farms at from $75 to $150 according to improvements and locntion; a new hotel in the business portion of tho city for salo or rent; ono hundred and eighty acres adjoln- -i ing the (own (hal wo will cut lo suit purchaser nnd make easy payments. Come and see us if you want Real Kstnto In or around Bcrca. You will find Dean nt Bcrcn Bank nnd Trust Co. Catch llerndon when you can! Wc pay from $2.00 to $35.00 per set (broken or not). Wc alto par actual vatue for Diamonds, old Cold Silver and Bridge work. Send at onrc by parcel post and receive cash by return mail. MAZER'S TOOTH SPECIALTY D.pl. X. 2007.So. 51 h SI. PI.iUd.lpkU, WE BUY OLD FALSE TEETH r. F. L MOORE'S beard. They have taken this part thus far, and I know that they will be stead-fato the end. Jewelry Store FOR st Abroad; Our First Oats Repairing ' Must Remain Awake. "Opportunity knocks nt every mnn's Fine door," snld Uncle Then; "hut If you Jes! sits down nn' listens, yuu'x liable MAIN ST. to drop oft to sleep nn" not notice It." AND or Line of Jewelry BEREA, KY. 5) been criixhed mil of exlHtencn should UNION CHURCH NOTICE either be. interned or placed In an In' sane asylum for Tho action of the State Board of medical treatmpostpone tho Annual Health will Meeting until the health situation improves materially. BORN IN AFRICA ent. SAVE WATER! IMPORTANT' NOTICE TO WATER PATRONS meet legitimate domestic require-merits, water must not be used for sprinkling purposes, nor for building op- erations until further notice. HPO x Tho many friends of tho Rov. and Mrs. H. M. Washburn will he glad lo know that they aro tho proud parents of n daughter who was born Juno 27. 1018. Her namo is Abbie Margaret. Tho Washburns' nddress is Luebo, Congo Beige, Africa, via Antwerp. That Is the verdict of Hudson Mnxlm. The great gun maker kIch tenrly the reaxons of why t h e Kuvernment needs five or ix bill. on more Immediately reasons why tho some dollars , CAUTION ! Use Water Sparingly Do Not Waste It "WHERE water is used for sprinkling, v allowed to run, or where water fixtures are not kept in good order, the waterworks will exacise its right to discontinue supply forthwith and without further notice. Berea College In (fleet Auvuit 20, 1918. Action of I'rudintial CommllU Br HOWARD E. WAY Custodian of Properties Phone In case of trouble TOWN 194, COLLEGE loan niunt go over I with a big safety CARD OF THANKS margin, why othWo desire to sincerely thank our! loans soon to Hudson Maxim. many friends in Berea, and elsecome must po over tho same way where, for thcir sympathy and as"We cannot consider any terms of sistance extpudpd lo us in our re- peace whatsoever with the German cent bereavement through tho loss Kovprnnient as now constituted," Utter Roes on to say. "Germany of our beloved sister and daughter, must bo licked and iho Uohenzollcrns Lucy. (Signed Tho Holliilay Family kicked off the throne before, we can even talk peace without outraging our The German military ring must be broken and so shattered BEREA WATER SAFE Tho Berea Collego water has thnt It can never be reunited. "Thoxe militaristic bandits of the been newly analyzed by tho Stato prebreed of Atllla who bacteriologist and is pronounced pared to plunder the world and enslave safo for all domestio purposes. We mankind are not fit to place thoir knew it was safo before, hut now names to a peace campact beside those tho SJale authorities agree with of the heroes wbo shall, with sacrifice of blood and treasure, save the world us. from their clutches, "Thero Is but one way to peace nnd Thirteen .Belgian military hos that Is the way to Merlin." pitals, accommodating about 9,000 Liberty bonds will open that road men, aro now receiving Red Cross for the American boys. Thoso at borne nid and, directly back of tho fir-- 1 must sacrifice their treasure as those ing lino, thru tho assistance of tho over there sacrifice their blood. - fourth it Liberty The Height of Style and Value in Women's Coats & Suits are on display. Visit our store. See and try on some of these Max-lm'- s priced distinctive, m ode rat el y B. E. BELUE CO. Richmond Kentucky ..... 1 j 16 Red Cross, Instant attention for soldiers too badly injured for transportation to tho hospitals is boing 800 first lino surgeons. Buy MORE Bonds It may bo your Liberty Bond thnt nrranged for at surgical posts for will speed tho bomb that gets tho Kaiser. Bo a sport. Tnlnkol II. Mr I'mmcr.Iicm aruraau lor liotr cbniera that II sold UDilcr a "Leifal Guarantee llonU." How I UP enn you allorJ Id tako chanco! airalntt lioir cholera h trrinif wtcu you ran set lhi remril" oa UZIUIufrB . . I n r nnan itumuuy ucuriiun i.u j uplhat a ri ' U0iAalrtfrili pf.rrut ouuiai--'m raatM'll,piirandmvt.ithrwrltol.r. 1 n 1' l.u i "ilbe o rih.tan.ftti r rnnn r.'tutJir. ti.r UwouM not A All DruTlliU, Uaalnaulliuar.uUM. 0'iasti . irallou A Legally GUARANTEED CURE Unn nUfl Plnnlnnii ltU uu I I Sold by Porter-Mo- or Drag Co. The Man Who Succeeds is the One Who Knows Thing OcMrr 17, 1018. THE CITIZEN l'ago Five. The Citizen A family Newipaprr for all Im true, and inlereitinf It righl PuMUhnl Try Thurtdar at llcrea, Kr. Sergt. E. L. Spence Dies of Wounds ran hopo to have Hint of n Chrls-(In- n father nnd mother who believed FARMS, FARMS, FARMS1 In Boone, Kenton, Grant and tin Countios, For Sale Galla- You Can Lighten Their Load BEREA PUHLISHINO CO. (Incor pnratrdl WM. C. FROST, M,lr Subscription Ratca PAVAHI.K IN ADVANCE Ona Yrar HI Mnnlhi Thrm Month HA Ml I'wt-oHIc- a nr Kiprwi Monty Urni mny filter, or una and two Order. Draft, cwit ttampa. Th daw atrr your nam nn labrl Imwi to what data ymir ukrrlpln la paid. If it la not chaniinl wltliln thri wrkaaflir rrncwal natlfy ua. aupplird If wa Miaatna; numiiara will lx ila-ll- r ar natirWil. mti Liberal trma glvrn to any whaolitain acritlna form. Any on aendlnK ua four yearly aubat rlptlona can retetva Tna Citlien free for am year. AdrrrtUlnitrateaon application. WHERE THERE IS NO VISION THE PEOPLE PERISH and contentment with present conditions la a most dangerous factor In the life of nn indiviiltml, community or n Million. No great tiling lias ever been dono without a vision. It lins linen well said Hint there-exisin every community tho forces and tho ability lo solve that community's problems. They may ho nnd frequently nro undeveloped, but thoy aro none the loss llioro. Those forces must bo sought out, stimula- tcd, trained, and developed, nnd then applied to problems of tho community. on t (jlsiIURCHMEN OPPOSE STANLEY Tho Western Kentucky Baptist Association, composed of churches in thrco counties, representing n constituency of over four thousand, In session at Fulton, Inst week, un animously passed tho following roso Ishiio of such tro mendous imporlnuee to the world today as prohibition," the resolution rends. "Baptists should pray and then veto ns they pray." "We have the right to demand of our political parties that thoy offer candidates for whom good citizens mny vote. The issue is squarely be fore Baptists, whether wo shall support a party or n principle. The Democratic Stale Central Committee has dared violalo tho pleasure of 00 por cent of the territory and a largo mnjorlty of citizens. "Wo resolve that whatsoever party we may bo identified with, that party must have a man worthy of support." "That wo, as a representative body of llaplists, make It a point re ligiously to go to tho polls next November and register our objec tions to the dangerous enemy. And that we go on record ns Christian gentlemen that wo will obliterate parly lines in favor of so great n principle." MaVi the wiir Minpy and keep It up. He atrlkci boat who Is utile to strike lutlon: "There is no last of From rlghteen lo fifty will Include n lot of nt, 1mt tin.' jolt will take a lot Uf. pro-C5- No. 408. 270 ncres in Grant Counin nnd stood for fairness and equal rights for nil. and bequeathed to ty. Kino barns (OflxlO and 00x33). their children a heritage of high Good fences. Well watered. Splenideals Kdwnrd Luther Spenco grew did fr.imn house in trood ro- from ohfldliood to manhood lighting pulp and well watered with never for those principles which nro tho falling springs nnd pond. Icehouse, foundation of America. oul foundings and a good orchnrd. Ho was modest nnd retiring in Atiuflii.r bp! nt ImnrnvnmnnU nloiiL' hapoaillon, nnd not very talkative s()o Inilklng it desirable plnco for hut woo bclldo the foully who tried two families; with plenty of kmac- to impose upon nnyono who was colnnd, and within one-thimile of mailer or wenker. Ho was ready church, school and stores. Price t defend and cbnniplon tho cause now only 5,10,000. of tho weaker boy always if his rauso was Just. No. 400. 200 acres on Dixio high-- ! His mother died when be was way. Good barns and house, also At new tenant House: good icnc.es; only eighteen months old. the age of fourteen ho wont lo plenty tobacco land; well watered, rca determined to work his way mo froin H n s(aUon an(1 2 irougi. soon , i.ero no re name f excellent graded school f leu art ra ahlilt'irirf linril ixft aiti I ill VV ,'.7 anil "h. ' ill .i ii.iu. ,in nnd 3 good churches. Two rail- riniiiK The f dlowing letter received by ion' hi. iiiKiu, roads. 30 day price to sell, $25,000. Miss I, aura Spenco tells of tho death order to get his work done. Ho grndunted from tho Carpenters' A mile Dixio highway. No. 100. of her brother, Sergt. Edward L. Course in the Vocational Depart- Splendid new house; two new barns; Spenco: ment of Herea College. pretty well fenced and on good pike; I S. Haso Hospital No. 1, After graduating he decided to 2 miles from 4 R. R. stations (Q. J: Franco American H. spend Ihreo years in tho Army. He, c nm. L. & N.). School and church Miss Laura Spenco, was stationed on the border between cs the best in North Kentucky. Ionia, Ky. Mexico and United States tho entire My dear Miss Spenco: Prico 520,000. term. At tho expiration of this I mn tho visitor of tho Homo ComNo. 85. 105 ncres. Modern housi! munication Service of tho American term ho enlisted and was taken to lied Cross, and before this reaches tho Philippine Islands where he with bath, etc. On good pike and you you will have received tho offi- spent two and a half years. Ho was closo lo II. R. station, schools and cial notillcatlon of your brother's called from tbero to tho Slates, and ' churches. New barn and plenty of death, Sergeant Kdwnrd L. Spence, from hero he went lo Franco with fruit, $12,000. which occurred hero at 9:10 p. m.r Pershing, No. 402. 88 acres. Near good town Words can not describe his life in on August lltb, of gun shot wound churches and schools. On in tho abdomen nnd empyema that France. The following statement with from one of hia letters will give an good pike; R. R. station within a developed later. Ho came here on mile. New barn and plenty of to July 30lh from a hospital nearer the idea: "The half has. never yet been told. bacco land, and a bargain at $100 front, anil wns very sick from his entrance. I saw him nearly every I know what it is to stand in the per acre. day. He wns very brave and patient, trenches half leg deep in mud, waNo. 300. 112 acres on Dixio high nnd absolutely quiet. One day, a ter and ice; I know what it is to way and 1 milo from R. R. station few days before he died, I asked use the gas mask; I know what It him if I could write a letter for Is lo have my comrade killed be- - Plenty of water; good tobacco land Sit- him, and be said: "Yes Give sido me. and bo sprinkled with his! splendid house; two fine barns. her my love." After this be was lilnoil? I know wlint it la in hnvn UaiCU near tllC noted UiriSDail too ill to h upoken lo, but he was Red Cross nurses to carry mo from Springs, Grant County. On the mar conscious nl intervals. Ho always tho field; I know what it is to facci ket for 30 days at 510,000. : .r n t .1 i. ir hail a look of recognition when I " No- - 75. 101 acres on good piko and ' went lo see him. Miss Harrison, what it i, to be given a cup or hot , , R R taU Good h his nurse, devoted so much time to .A"l" barn. Tho whole thing in the '.LHV him. S1ie thought be knew his conniuo Grass. Fine tobacco land ,and .i' n '.i.t . iiii.i .. . . dition towards the end. His com- ...mi iu tin uii iui;3i; bimiba uin r. u. iviiiiu liu uuiici uiky ill ii;iitiii;j rades waited on him and showed so here.' tobacco is so high. 5125 per aero. much sympathy, a number of them Sergeant Spence was a Christian followed lo Ihe cemetery where his before ho went into tho service No. 32 1. 200 acres in Boone remains were laid nt rest It is a From one of his letters tho follow- County, Ky. Near churches and beautiful ipiiel spot. Your brother's ing statement was taken. "It's dull school. On model road and only 12 grnvc is number 20. and gloomy here at times, but God miles from the heart of Cincinnati, May God send you comfort, nnd ac- is our guido and protector." tho best market In the U. S. 7 miles cept tho deep sympathy of the woSergeant Spenco is survived by R. R. nnd enr line. Fino men of the Red Cross wlio will do four sisters and two brothers: Laura residence, halls and porches, base nil wo can for these splendid boys. nnd Mnry Spence, Peoples, Ky Mrs. mcnt, bath and toilet, 3 good 5- Very sincerely yours, i:mma Haker, Peoples, Ky., Mrs. room tenant houses. Ulacksmith Virginia Leo Foard Cassy McCowan, Routo 1, London, sfo0p. 3 good barns, silo, ice house hy, Sergt. w. r. bpencc, Lamp granary, stables and cribs. Garage, I torn in a log cabin, Ky-- , anu iioucri t. fapence, with Uia Hon house, milk bouse, etc. greatest heritage any one on earth Herea, Ky. orchard. Well watered and fenced This farm lays level to gently roll navrrarxin iug; all of it can be farmed with tractor. No bushes, stumps or rocks to bother. All in good grass except 0 or 8 acres; and all in high state of cultivation. Will grow any crops that good mother earth will grow. Worth 5200 per acre, but can bo had for a short while at 5125 per acre. By Arnold W. Rosenthal. rd mmmm. I, ' Job. You know the THE shoulders of thei two men rests a lob. You know the men Marshal Ferdinand f ocn, comanuer or mo nllled forces In Europe, and General John J. Pershing, American commalife-siz- e nder-in-chief. No Amerloan would wilfully add any to the burdens these two have to bear. No American would permit theso men to worry about food or clothing or recreation for their men about ammunition for the guns, about getting enough guns, about getting enough men. Every Liberty Bond bought In the United StateB Is an Insurance against burdening these two great leaders with any unnecessary worries. They have demonstrated that they can handle the actual fighting. America aUiomc must demonstrate that it can furnish everything that the fighting, men need and when they need It No. 30. 218 acre farm. dwelling in good rcpajr; large dairy: good tobacco barn and good feed barn, in fact all necessary out buildings. New American wiro fencing all around farm. Lays fine. M mile from pike and 3 miles lo R. R. Seven-rooframo house, two barns, 32x30 each; silo and all necessary outbuildings and granaries. Twenty tons of hay, 2 cows, 2 calves. 2 horses, 2 wagons, C acres corn, about 60 bushels of wheat, about 200 bushels of oats, one-ha- lf station. 521,800. ticrc potatoes, 9 head hogs, binder, mowing machine and rake, No. 310. 180 acre farm, all in drill, corn drill, breaking grass and lays well. Situated on wheat cultivntor and harplow, tho Nicholson pike. 2 good barns; row. Price for all, $7,000; for farm, line stock and tobacco farm. Good $5,000. bouse. 518,000. No. 1 A farm of 53 acres on counNo. 57. 99 aero farm, with new ty road, closo to school, church and bungalow, basement and furnace. 2 store, all level, not one foot of waste barns; most all the land in grass land; all In Umber, except one acre, y, six and "Blue Grass." mile from A new framo house, pike and 13 miles from Cincinnati, rooms, hen and meat house, young orchard. A nice location and can't At a price of 510,000. ' bo beat for the money. Prico 11,-80. 200 acre farm. 7 miles qqq from Covington. Mostly all in Blue, No. 508 A farm of 102 acres Grass. Largo barn with basement; bluo land. aU fenced, all in old brick and frame house; flnograsS( i0 acrcs of which lg biuo mile grass. on county road; closo to stock and tobacco farm. from Erlanger and Southern R. R.:scfoool, churches and stores; good Station. This farm gOCS at $10,000,1 w.n ton nrul n K.rnnm hmiA Thin or in two tracts of 100 acres each. farm is about 5 miles from Danville, Ky. This is good land; can't bo beat We havo a largo list of farms and money. Prico $150 per acre. town property and nro constantly for the Terms can be mado on most all changing. Wo invito those who aro farms. I have tho most complete in the market for good farms to list of farms that I know of. Write come to our county before buying for my price list it's free. elsewhere. Please do nol forget us. Monroe Thompson, conveyance Wo meet all trains with Waynesburg. Ky. and show you tho properly free of cost lo you. Call us up or caU at KENTUCKY NEWS our office (The Equitable Bank A (Contlaned From Fage One) Trust Co. Bldg.). went over tho situation. Everyman Come to Walton, Ky., by two aereed to return la his homo com- railroads and Dixio highway. We! munity and do his utmost to raiseare waiting for you. Only 20 miles, his quota. Berea and Waco have from Cincinnati, and land is cheaper already gono "over the top." hero than elsewhere. Send for LisL . I i IO"n" "eaa t,n .flar" , The Powers Real Estate Company,' c, Kentucky resi(Un& near Walton, Bereai wa8 found dead' enrly Tuesday morning by his FARMS FOR SALE brother-in-laFount Mooro. It If it's farm land you want, I have had long been tho custom of Mr. Tu it, nnd if you aro looking for a bar-- 1 dor to nriso early and go to tho barn gain come to me, for I have tho farm and feed his stock. When his broth-yo- u want, nt tho price you want to I went to tho barn Tuesday Pay. morning ho was horrified, to And No. 0005 acres of land right in him dead. Ho had committed n, all fenced and in good shape, eide hy banging. Mr. Mooro notified on rock piko in 100 yards of graded tho members of his household and school, ono quarter milo of railroad several neighbors and a coronor's depot, a No. 1 soven-rooframe. Jury was impanelled and nn inquest two-stohouso with porches, nice 'lo11' ovt!r f'o lifeless remains. years hen, meat nnd wood houses, all ceased was about fifty-fiv- e buildings now, good garden. Ono of of a& an'l ,la(l teen a lifelong resl-t- ho best buildings and locations in.,lcnt of 1,10 county, Mr- wns a prosperous town. Prico 51,800. No. 500 Farm of 81 acros on far,npr in 1,10 community in which country road, closo lo mail, telo- -i 1,0 livpd Rn(l ,m1 ,,mny Wends. Ho phono, school and churches; 64 acres waAa 8Plenl'(' oltlicn and good nlpllnr. nrul his untimely death is cleared, fenced nnd bross-fonce(1ore(1 everyone In tho commu-titnoth- y; fencing good; 44 acrcs in clover and Inrgo orchard, good gar- -. " . ., .., . ilia-tu- t DCIVIIUS Willi HCIM (lb UIU den and no bolter water anywhere; a lot of nice timber. This farm is rosidonco Wednesday morning, followed by burlnl in tho Richmond Cemetery. nearly all level. m -2 111 1 ifl TL two-hor- se two-stor- No. . ro Two Things Go Over Top With Every Yank Boy Aa a totem or, (symbol the man prvpagnndlHta should adopt the Klllld. One nounce. Rome of tlt imclfWtH oucht to'lx' put to nrguln'g with the Hermans from tli llln'af'aVl'M iiiniliiuihTu about Yprifi vldiei they would quit fielding It J ko hard to pro- 7ClC txsrJi4 StxxsK UK, Ac aJlSL . front Don't Im? Ktirprlsed If. while working In your war ,'iirdeu. you .eiicmmter i few "array Avoniit" (lotting KtipH'd up in the .bent tlilng Ostend Iiiim dime slnee It chiimhI to the a great summer revirt. An eastern ralmrrt jierfonner la dr chtred to have a dres which ciinI 10. 000. Muat be made of radium. cLco aXJL kxcr fr&A (JJ&AuUa. Z&-- A AAA. 5(by. ure, we'll awut the fly again 'Wis M'ltKDii I It'll Just he Incidental to our other more Kerloux oceuputlou. People who are prone to tulle during a theatrical perrortiiMiice are uuiill as Htlll oh mice w hen nt u movie Miow. o much to you that hoy who Is risking his life firr you won't care a lot about your phtnograph or your letters If he hasn't a Renulno feeling, positive that you aro and uncompromising, backing him up- - In splrlttand In every material way. He must know that you are buying Liberty Bonds, Uiat you are helping him win the war for Democracy. You'll be doltiK your bit It you lend an he gives. And you will havo earned tho right to feel proud at the time of tho Dig Parade. 1 There are two things tnai our boys over there always have with them when they go over tho top. Those two photographs and fist'. .thing are your photograph letter and )our letters, The cherish these things; they look at them constantly and thoy work wonders In tempering the nervous moments. Hut that hoy over there who means No. 82. 92 acres. Y milo lo good town in Boone County, Ky. On piko; churches and school only Y mile. Fino brick with halls and porches and furnace. 1 tenant house. Necessary out buildings; plenty of fruit; well watered. Good land for any crop. 2 fino barns. Lino and cross fenco woven wiro. Lays well. Cheap nt 515,000. m No. 372. 123 acres. 1 milo from R. R. station in Grant County, Ky. On pike; churches and schools; depot. Good framo houso of 8 rooms with halls and porches. Plenty of fruit and water; well grassed; good tobacco land and 3 good tobacco barns; 1 feed barn. Bargain at $10,000. w. aw aero farm with new 7 room dwelling. Now barn with basement. "All new" nnd a beautiful location. Only 13 miles to Cincinnati and 4 miles to County Scat of Kenton County. Good piko. Price No. 212. 130 $13,000. 185 acres of fino land, No. 211. dwelling. Largo stock with and feed barn; also small tobacco barn. Good fencing. Lot of fruit. $20,350, or will sell improvements and about 90 acres at $110 por aero. 17 acres. No. 255. 2 story frame houso; 3 barns; beautiful location on two pikes; fino fruit; well watered; ull In grass. Price of 511,000. 1 sui-tow- m ry De-ya- rd, Still It mny be better to have all our trouble with the ulrplnnea before Instead of after they get Into the air. Ill Time IS U. S. BEST FINANCE S0L0IEB0F Like many another example of LibIn Klowly It Works Always To Put activity, the busibut surely putting Ittelf out of erty Bond Values Higher ness. Wooden shoe soles for the army to Do mis. save leather kouiiiU all right until Some of the more restless-mindeHomoono tnks what the sololonlher Is holders of Liberty Bonds of the Sec to bo saved for? ond and Third loans have lost sight of that fact and allowed the slight slump Tho Oennun word for tank Is 'Vturm In the market price which took plaro they this summer to worry them. Probably panrcrkraftwugen." Those prices reflect only a tempothought tho inline might add to the rary condition, says the Walt Street weight of, tho attack. Journal, and the Treasury department congress" was once Is already lu process of remedying It. "A billion-dolla- r mentioned In terms of reproach. That The slump In part has been due to a was before pooplu realized how tittle misapprehension on the part of small Investors who have gained a super-flcla- l u billion dollar really Is. knowledge of tax exemption fea Uncle Ham Is today tho cpmrtermos-teof a hungry world, llu Is playing tho game vqunrely and counts on every American to do tho same. r works In favor of Liberty tures. While bonds of the Second and Third loans, the 4 and ihi per ceut bmulw are iTnble nnd thn SU ner cent bonds are, tax free tEe small" ln; veftor cannot be taxed by any Income lax law now In effect or any later to be enacted on any of the bonds unless his holdings of 4 or 414 bonds reach ft, 000 worth or more. And yet a study of the transactions In bonds to date has revealed the fact that many of tho sales are by small Investors who have disposed of their 4s and 4 Us to buy 3Hb because some one has told them the 3H were tax free. Everything which congress takes up In the way of financial legislation gets the careful attention of tho Treasury department. Nothing Is allowed to go far If Its provisions In nny way tend to lower values on Liberty Bonds. Liberty Bond holders havo first consideration and everything Is being done to facilitate the financing of the war. Aside from the tax free features, which are only present Influences after all, tho Liberty Bonds should Investments for stand out as value. The capital, their which they, will restore to the investor' after the war will havo a far greater purchasing power thau tho money which he Is putting Into tho bonds now when money is so cheap and plentiful. gilt-edgeafter-the-wa- r '"'w d; I'. SMART PEOPLE BUY DRY GOODS FROM AND NOTIONS j Your true plutocrat these duys Is eoul mini who Is also uu Iceman. Many an actress born to blush can Iny It to the press agent. a un-se- OWEN McKEE THERE IS A REASON RICHMOND KENTUCKY j I j j Lives of rich men ull remind us we ought to buy a thrift Mump today. er; It's ' Waste nothliiK, not even the weathfine for growing thrift gardens. i I hero Is a war on. Kverbody Is morally dratted for some ort of serv t Ice. In Two Weeks a New Student Has More Friends in Berea Than Anywhere Else Pago 81 TUB CITIZRN Octnbrr 17 1018. MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spence, Farm Demonstrator and Special Investigator fn accordance with the order of; potatoes, will) BO per cent, Apples, Use Slate Hoard of Mealtli, and on with U1.9 per conl, nearly reached liuiun f nt Mm inliliiiiin of RnnnUli tlil nlnaa. On morn Ih.in nnc-fotir- lll SIX DOORS rnn v-f- ix I THE BLUE TRIANGLE AT RUSSIA'S FRONT Blue Triangle clubrooma In I'etrozrnd were In half shadow. A few scattered candles (lung chains as persistent itul as Tague in llussla'a hope of liberty. A hundred Ilusitan girl and ilx young men were guests of the first Voting Women's Christian asoclntlnn In nil IlUKsln. It wna a gala afternoon tin hut It wna dark because the winter dnya end nt three o'clock and thorp la restriction 'on the use of candles and kerosene aa well aa of electricity. The girls wont making merry oTen In the glootn of winter, the twilight nnd the tragedy of wnr. One Mender whltc-fncc- d girl with eyes was merrier thnn all thn rest. Her wit and ringing laugh were con-- J tnglous. "Sotiyn li wonderful tonight," one girl whispered to another nt she The purple-shadowe- IMMeVM UHlrMM tNTMltATlOML SUNMTSCIKE j APIPIMP fXtjr 1JT1MU Dt7fiDI 17 VM IMP rSJXjrLAL, I l' money-earning miucnr.a in uerca ana ur anaual Agricultural ed off for the year. Preparation should mo country,-oFair is call- - be larlcd bow yetr's fair. All fund collected for premiums Of tho total farm land at tho llmo will be deposited la the bank to bo tised for next year. Miller Lackey of tho last census 1910 which flrerAtarv-Trnasiire- r! i see him if enmnrlsed about 879.000.000 acres was you hare any money collected and somewhat more than one-third mo i.inns viuy mruo uwit tiuio 31.2 per cent; wcro produccd-oa- ts, peaches, 29 per cent; and cotton, for noxt 20.9 per cent, i 1st r t t UOOY DtYtb S VOCatlOnal OChOOIS Training that adds to your powar, esnblaed with general education. TOR TOUNO MEN Agriculture, Carpeatry. Bricklaying. Mat ing, Commerce and Telegraphy. FOR TOUNO LADIES Home Science, Dressnaklog, Cooking. Nursing, Stenography tad Typewriting- - nr nuv. Illbla Trenr of KntUhChicago.)la Dibit Institute of HIS, Lesson r fitzwatkii, . D. D., tiia Moody (Copyright, Union Western Newspaper LESSON FOR OCTOBER 27 ISAAC'S MAnniAGE TO REDECCA. I.K8AON OOI.DKN TRXT-Clftn- Mli 2nJ DoOf BfifCa's FonndatlOIl School THXT-I-- ot in all Fair Fund has already been! a Hltlo less than ttarled. We hope it will continue other kinds of farm lands. Land in improved pasturo represented ncar- U ajrow. A one-third ly of tho total land in In (he census report of 0,301,502 farms, and doubtless is used for to Ihrco-fourtfarms in the Unitod Slates in 1910, crops from ono-ha- lf n one's menial picturo of a typical i of tho lime, according to tho crop farm is verified by general facts. rotation that is practiced. A largo Osdr one crop. Indian corn, was part of the pasture land is unini- prodticod on more than thrco- - proved, about 99,000,000 acres being ,. , . .. .. I I. AAA a I.. i Art lonnns oi me iarms, ine precise wmmmiiu pnsiuru, aim iuo.vaw"" unimproved pasture.' Only two! acres "other ereenlage being 7S.7. ' ' one-tenth hs 1 1 Oeneral Education for thost) lot far advanced, combined with some vocational training. No matter what your present advancement, wo can put you with others like yourself and givs cbanes for moat ran id improvement. truth forsake ttire: ' Ti:ArilEIl.'J-lpn- fsvor nd food undrrntnnillnic Icht cf doit niiil man. Provfrlm ItKAI)IN(J-i;4if- ln nnVOTIONAI, l:S-3)- . 1 Thronlonlnnii 4:11-IADDITIONAIj UATinUAI. Mli rurrcy n.i.l ... Sonothalt thou find In th 1.3-- s U. 3:)-l- (j I'ravtrb KOIt 3rd Door Berea's English Academy Coarse I aHl . . the best general education for those whs wish a goel start la study and expect to tarry it on by themselves. rur man who are noi expecting to teacn ana wns art not going thru Col legs and dosirs mors general education. It also gives lump of sugar doled nut carefully for the party. The Y. W. C. A. secrc- aa months-putt- ing ' for (tlle Abraham's yr Solicitude for a Wife half of the farms or more, and these 020, United Slates were hay, with 53JS per cent, and Agriculture. RULES FOR SELECTING 1. n3mn of SEED CORN bereft S Normal g,vcs lhB besl training for those who expect U teaoh. courses a. so that, vmm nnnnin ran .nh ihr.w ih summer and fall and attend school through the winter and spring. thus earning money to keep right on in their courses of study. Read Dinsnrore's great book, "How to Teach a District School." s l)nnr -- t . dChOOl nalde nt meal one of he two lumps serre, with the m,,Knr f,r j knmy fe mtWM , would much depend upon what kind of , ;, wf , - , , ,, nrrnd .. h,- that there might be a bit of sweet for thla first party. There wna no bread. "Sonyn la not drinking her ten,' h,.r nnl.. Iltll. .l,l,... V d 1141- ,;.. j, 111! i. - 1 ,aMB '!'. , ,e f0 .. would be fntnl to his posterity, would Vt)f Isnc , ......wf. i.i. )T llfl'Mtll t'UJt, n (lllllllllt iinii ..iI MT ,, , M . cn,m , df , i.i. torT,nm' w,e wu" From hills with two stalks (checked). ono good ear. 5th Door Berea's Preparatory Academy Course I. From stalks bearing two or more cars, or 3. From good site stalks. 1. Medium height stalks. S. Kara 0. ' mis lsmesiraigniroaa to uoiiego best training in Mathematics, Science, Languagos, History and all preparatory subjects. The Academy is now Befea's largest department In the dimly lit room was na Joyous as "We're all hungry," wna the MIt wasn't that." reply. Something stopped the laughter nnd tnlk suddenly hut the huh f lint fell 6th Door 4 Berea College in all advanced subjects. I of proper height from tho ground (from to 5 feet). A 'Ihls is the crown of the whole Institution, and provides standard courses Raise in Board is forced by war conditions. For years the board has remained the sama In Beren, but the unusual situation in wbioh the whole country finds itself now makes it impossible for us to live on the samo money as we have ia Um past twenty-fiv- e, Sbank of medium length, ears pendant (banging over). Ears of good length. Kars well rounded over tips and butts. Ears largo around. Ears with small cob and large kernels. Ears with wedge-shape) T. 8. 0. Temporary ' the gnlety. One of Iluaslu's greatest alngers atoml by the piano nnd lifted up her glorloni voice filled with the tenra nnd henrtbrcnk that people at pence call thrills, They went nwy earl, when the music was done-th-ese hnlf. atnrve.1 little gurata of the line Trl- MiRle--for danger lurka In the .lark of Petrognul streets, robberies nnd sad-eye- In covenant with Abmlinni. It would Imvo been perilous to Isnneblm. self. To hnve married n woman In thnt hind would have tnnde him In n sense nn heir to the In ml thrnuidi ninr- -' rtnge, nnd would have teudeil to ill- vert his mind from the heirship thrutigh the covrnnnt promise, 1. The Servant' Oath (vv. 21). brnhnm committed to his trusted aernnt the matter of Fccurlng n wlfn for Innc; therefore, 1m mnda ldru swear thnt he would go o Abrnhntn's I""" "" rm,n;nn; VP11 ,0 " j tor ... "nt ,"0n" c(""Irtent to select a wife ,h"n ,S"nC W09 to Bt,,oct ono for hlm F0 10. 11. IZ. 13. 11. 15. This adds (6.60 to tbo former expenses of the girls and 115 CO to tho expenses of the boyt. but still leaves the cost half that at ether schools and "cheaper than staying at home." PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental fee and room rent by the term, beard by the half term. Installments are as follows: ' murdcrasharp little of d kernels. nation's chaos nnd a world nt wnr. lingered after the ,,,iIPr wore gone. She was standing ctose by the aecretnry.hoAtcss' chair when a tumed-from Koylng good-nigh- t to Ears with grains in straight rows. Ears with grains plump and Arm on the cob. Ears with grains rather smooth dented. Ears with grains not mixed (same color). FALL TERM Expenses for Boys VOCATIONAL AND FOUNDATION SCHOOLS ACADKMT AND NORMAL j The first soven rules apply to selecting from cornfield. Oo through corn and mark in somo way the stalks you arc going to select from and leave them standing without topping or blading. Let corn mature naturally on standing stalks. The last eight rules will apply to selecting after gathering. Shuck the corn and put up in an open, dry place, or hang with wire or string where rats can't get to it. ROBERT F. SPENCE, County Agent, Bcrca, Ky. Incidental Fee Room (5.00 7.00 12.25 21.25 12.25 '3QJ50 $ 6.00 7.00 12J25 COLLKOR 7X10 7.00 Board, 7 weeks Amount due Sept. H. l'.HP.. Board. 7 weeks, duo Oct. 00.. Total for Term Incidental Fee 1255 2555 1255 2055 1255 3750 $ 0.00 3850 Expenses for Girls Room 8 5.00 7.00 Board, 7 weeks 1050 Amount due Sept, 11. 11M8.. 22.00 Board, 7 weeks, due OI. ao.. 1050 Tot3 for Term '33.00 I 7.00 7.00 1050 7.00 1050 2350 1050 2450 1050 Don't Forget How Scarce Seed Corn Was in THK POWER THAT DOWN POLLS MEN 1918. CINCINNATI MARKETS!. Kay and Grain. Hay No. 1 timothy tXUMQM. By Frederick Bnrr Opper O Too much power lias been tbo standard zszraQ23.U), No, 2 3tD0 '35DThis doe3 not inoludo the dollar deposit nor money for books or laundry. Special Expenses in Addition to Incidental Fee Bnslness F.tll Winter Sprite Stenography and Typewriting SU.OO HOW) 112.00 12.00 10.00 "5 lbriC C0Ur0) i Bookkeeping course) 7.00 0.00 6.00 ""siness courso ior siuaenis m otner departments: 1050 0.00 750 Stenography Typewriting, with one hour's use of instrument 6.00 7.00 5.00 Com. Law., Com. Geog., Com. 1.80 Arith, or Penmanship, each.. 2.10 150 In no rase will special Business Fees exceed 15.00 per term. All students do somo work with their hands from six to six- Iccn hours a week as Janitors or in tho farm, carpenter shop, print- ing ofilco, laundry, boarding hall, office, etc., and rcccivo pay which reduces their expenses. ruination of almost every man who hM had it. It brought Caesar to the assassins' knives. It brought, Wolsey, who had been the greatest .n i , .,n Fnrono.' " iho nbhv,. of ' , , , graced, to beg a col to dio on. It brought Bonaparte, who had more nAwru. Minn nnu min ni'nr ..u.. lived, before or since, to end his S NocK iS&JSS. woir?5,S 27. ,1 $31-W- .Kuw oats No. 2 white ifiwtoc. r.o. n"c '4ft mixea wniic, so. a UQlWc white No. career, cooped on a lonely island, digging in a littlo garden to keep his fat down. That is what 'too much power onn do for big brains. What it can do for little brains wo seo in the Gormnn Kaisor, watching today tho wreohing of all his foolish, brutal plans, of world conquost. It (loos not need a great stretch ofi imagination to picturo an internasittional military court-marti- al ting in Berlin, not n groat while from now. It is presided over by Marshal Fooh and with him aro tho greatest "generals of America, Eng land, Frnnce, Italy, and Belgium. At tho prisoners' bar stands William Ilohonzollorn. tho dethroned of Germany, nnd his spn. tho Princo. Tlioso two, tho greatest criminals in all history, aro awaiting sentence. Thnt senteneo will bo Just, pitiless nnd terrible. And nfler them will como to the bar, ono after tho other, all tho Kaiser's ruthless, slaughtering comirinnders, and his wretched, culpablo dupe, tho of Austria, to meet retribution for their countless murders and barbarities. And all this is being mado possible by tho holp of America's suporb soldiors nnd sailors nnd tho great nation behind thorn, ready with lis monoy and its encouragement. And that mnnnv nnd flint, nncnurncrpmp.nl must novor fall them. Tho Hun! must bo bcaton. Kvery Liberty Loan must bo sustained so that wo may all look ahoad with confidence to that proud day that day of victory, "when tho boys come homo." Km-pcr- or "' Corn No. 2 white 8L45ftl5.';. No. 3 white ?1.45QLC0, No. 2 yellow i$l.43Q . " vt . . , . .. . . . nuxeu No. 8 mixed rLSSif white cur (1JS5&X.40. yellow ear mixed ear fl.lDl.20. Butter. Eons and Poultry. Butter Whole milk creamery extras KS'.&c, centralized creamery extras 07c, firsts Kggs Brime firsts 4fc'c; firsts 'lGVfcc, oraimtry nrsts itn: Live Poultry Springers, over 2 lbs, 21e; under 2 lbs, 2U--; fowls, 4 lbs ami over, 2Cc; do, under 4 lbs, 23c; roosters, 20c. young, man or young woman can get an education at Berca if thcro is tho will to do so. Any able-bodied If it is impossible for any young man or young woman to bo Live Stock. Cuttle Shippers S1310.&0. butcher " school Iho full year, by all mean3 they mould enter for a course dur- steers, extra SUitlS. good to oliolce o ; 11.70 JK common to fulr f7U; i1?""-''xirEwm to choice Tbo public schoo Is will c oso about Chr stbias and the teachers 8,101,1(1 JJJJ ff1 th)t bo i.llo through tho long winter S!riT.7BOi07R ?a75 a"1 n,,VBnPC l,ul Cn'lves Kxtra ?Vu..r0rl7, fdlr to months hut should be studying in Berca wliero tho best education can good $1210.00, common and large $5 ho gotten for lenst money. win. Hogs Selected heavy shippers Annlicants must hrlnn or send a testimonial showina that thev an ,n d healtJb and, 01 oo,od cha,r,acter-Thl- s i.uu-i.jra,bove1 v5 years ;d' 9ii h: StagS clIVI'.. COtlUIIOn tO Choice IU4VU UJ ouiue luiuigi uuinn biuudiii iii uuu Diuuuiuu ui duuiu ioiiuuil heuvy fHt sows I2(fl(i.W), light shift- - teacher or neighbor. The use of tobacco is strictly forbidden, pers $1t)17, nigs (U0 lbs uud ltes) 15.75. For information or friendly advico writo to tho Secretary, numfimnS r "I drlvo around to six hospitals regularly and visit hundreds of tho American wounded every day," says flov. John S'. Banks, rector of All Saints' Church, Cleveland, now n lied Cross chaplain in Paris in a let-t- or to tho Rov. L. S. Sunderland. "I havo six regular services and from six to ten short services every Sunday. "I oonduct Protestant funerals dally and writo to all tho families whoso friends I bury. I nm somo- times up all night meeting tho con- vnvs It In n nrlvllnp-- In lm Im-- n with tho boys; they aro so patient and so anxious to got back to tho llring linos." MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Ky. Berea College Hospital Best Equipment and Service at Lowest Cost. Wards for Men and for Women, Private Rooms, Baths, Electric Service. Sun-parlo- i Surgery, Care in Eye Treatment, Nose and Ear, General Practice Child-birt- h, Buy MORE Bonds In England havo received on Come in and visit an establishment, which is a friend in need, and in reach of all the people. Tho Scottish Women's Hosnitals addl-Jv. Buy MORE Bonds tionai $100,000 from tho American baby bond for baby may help Ilea cross, making a total of ?325,000. ward off tho bayonet. A Robert H. Cowley, M.D., Physician , Mrs. Anna Powell Hackett, Superintendent v no llulnn. "Vea, If It will help you." The Kec- retary was glad to give her such a note but the was curious. "Tell me w hy." "If he knows the girls nre going to night clnstes he won't put us on the night shift. He will let ua work daya we. can come. Yesterday I asked for the night' shift. Today I hnve my mind." The secretary wondwred. Sonya had not been In any of the chinies. 0- Had tho bright little party given her au Interest In the work of the asiocla- tlonl Mud the frlendllncoa of the American secretaries reached her! Was It the music thnt had given her nn Impetus to study toward yomethlng beyond a fnctory? "What l It thut InterestH your the secretary asked her. "You are not In nny of the classes now, nre you! What la It you want to take up?" "This morning t looked out the fnc- tory window," and Sonya's" volco re- inlniHil the secretary of the call of n night b(rd before a storm. "Down In the courtyard wns a crowd nnd three men were killed. Killed by the jhh lice the bolshevik police, while I stood there nnd watched. They said they were anarchists. One was my brother. Another was my sweetheart. I co ine here tonight to forget. Hut I ennnot forgot. Always I will rumcmbcr. I want nothing now but to car- ry on their work, and to do that I must nnd learn I must learn Knglinh and many other thlugH. I want to go In nil the cIiiskus. If the foreman nt the factory knows I do that, he will help. He will let me work days." In the dark, the hunger, the odd. and the terror of l'etrograd, the lllue Trlnnglc Is sending out Its shining In- vltatlon to tho bewildered woincn and .voting girls of IIimMii. It la offering n little oasis In the midst of the chnos where they may come and rest and relar. play .mines. llHten to music, study Kiullsh, French, stenog- rnphy, bookkeeping, or music, and as one tired girl expressed It. forget for the moment that they aro In 1'etro- grail. Slost of the girls who gather at the sign of the Blue Trlungle nre bookkeepers nnd stenographers, but scattered unions them nre fnctory gjrls. domestics, and girls who hevnr ' havo worked. "In I'etrogrud and elsewhere In Bussln." says Mlw Clarissa Silencer. sceretnry of the Y. W. A. who started the work In Russia, "girls formerly employed In government of- flees come to us who hnvo struck ngalnst the bolshevlsts. They're out of Jobs. They're hungry. One girl told me she couldn't take gymnasium work, it gave tier such an nppetlte But they refuse to return to work for the bolshevlsts." Miss Helen Ogden. one of tho Y, W. IC. A. secretaries who was forced to leave l'etrograd on account of the advance, writes home that: "It's like living on the screen of a melodrama to bo In ltuMn, Ilullets and .shooting ore almost as familiar street sounds here ua the clang of the street 'car and the honk of the automobile at home. Here we learn to live and work under freuent shooting nnd street buttles and to tlee only when we ore .told by the authorities that we must." ' i - the Inst one of the other girls. The laughter had illeil out of the gtrl'a yes and the gaiety from her voice. "Will you give me a note to the factory superintendent." she asked, "telling him I'm attending clnsres here nt night V She ioko In French, for she knew no Kngllsli, nnd the sec-- tho woman would ,f", ,tho l,'v'ta,If'n. 'c servant, would mu im ur tors obligation ends when he hn n. ni stl.r "till Intelligently made known to ulntteri the will of Clod. 3. Thn Servant's Helper (r. 8). Alimluun asnunil him thnt (Soil would nnd his angel fo mnke tho mission successful. The seirnnt found this to ' be trre. (7od sends his Holy Spirit to niako the message of tho minister successful. II. The Servant's Obedleneo (vr. Z Z,Z ? f tr"?i Re' P0n"blI'ty w. fi. 8). Before tho u'd nke the onth he must bavo '' eie,xtl' ,lfnei. ,,' rx,,,nt of rp" eerv-Son- . , - . 'I'"""' " re-f- he V 1 10-lf- t). ' a 1. He Took Ten Camels tri 10). The were to carry presents to tho . bride, nnd to conduct her nnd bcr com-s- o Pulonn back to his master, 2. His Prayer for Guidance (w. He naked that the Lord would guide him to tho woman whom he bad horn for Innc. Kitrnest prnyer for guidance should be mnde In tho selec tion of n wife. . 3. His Prayer Antwered (vr. Before he bad done praying, the nn mver whs rllzed to be In tho process of fulfillment. The answer wns to the requett, even In tho ilmttur of fulfillment. Clod docs definitely answer prayer. 4. The Servant's Menage (vv. 33-f- ). The Ixrtl had prospered the old "ervnnfa wny. Ho now wns fnre to fai with Iteheccn. Supper wns ready, but the delivery of his message was ' more lniwirtnnt to him thim entlng wiien he wns hungry. Ho said, "I will not eat till I hnve said my errand.' Oood werQ It If nil ministers were as murh Interested In delivering the good news In HirlHt. (1) Ills master wnn rich (v. 35). find the Heavenly Father Is rich. The silver and gold nnd tbo rattle upon u thouwuid hills nre nil his. All his riches hnve been given to liM son (v. 30). All the riches of y en. lod the Father has given tq Jenus I'hrlst. his son. (3) Opportunity was given Koheccn to become the wifo of Isaac (v. 10). IIu not only gnvo tho PinrlnnIt.v, but ho urged her to accept the Invitation. III. Rebecca's Relatlvea Deoolnff for Postponement of Action (v. 65). They did not object to her going uitiietlnie, but they desired thnt Hio piwtpono action for it time. Wlint luMy remain and wnler sheep when i!ic "hiI tho opportunity to becomo tkc bride of a rich man's son What folly for sinners to renin servants In the world when they bava the privilege of becoming the brldo ot Christ. IV. Rebecca's Glorious Decision, (v. 55). When tho decision wnn referred to Bebeccn sho said, "I will go." flood Judgment would not allow her to rc-fuse nor delny. V. The Meeting of Isaac and beeea (vv. 0107). Isaac wns walling for tho return of tho servant with the woman who wns to bo bis wife. Isaac was Joined to her In marriage, loved her, nnd Mas comforted In her nftcr his mother's ' ') ). henv-stud- o ld death. Oer-;mn- n Spirit of Christ The longer you rend the Blblo tho more you will like It; It will grow sweeter nnd sweeter; tho moro you get Into tho spirit of It tho moro you will get Into tho spirit of Christ The Cross Is Peace, The Crow la peace, and that aums up the post; Th Crown Is Joy and that my futura sums. I need but simple faith, faith tlitt shall laat. The hup that liberates and orercotnes. Get to Berea Right Off with $30 for First Payments, and $70 More in Reach for 5 Half-Ter- m Installments. OiUbir 17, 1018. Till CITIZEN Don't Wait to be Drafted! Volunteer as Patriots for Government Work! Carpenters 60c, Laborers 35c per hour LODGING FREE The Government at Washington has called upon the citizens of KENTUCKY at once to furnish the men to build or lose for the State entirely the wonderful Camp Henry Knox, at Stithton, designed to be the greatest Artillery Training Camp in the United States. The credit and good name of the Commonwealth of KENTUCKY must be upheld. And the State MUST NOT lose ihis great plant, calling for an investment on the part of the United States Government of from $15,000,000 to $20,000,000. Up to this time the work has lagged for want of men. It is now up to the men of Kentucky to volunteer, or be forced to do so later on. There is no middle course. TEN THOUSAND WORKMEN MUSf COME FORWARD EMPLOYERS-NOTInon-essenti- ! CARPENTERS AND LABORERS Wages arc high and are fixed by the Government. Carpenters 60 cents an hour. Laborers 35 cents an hour. Carpenters and laborers work ten hours each day, receiving- pay for eleven hours. Saturday afternoon and Sunday work (not compulsory) double pay for carpenters; time and a half for laborers. Free sleeping quarters provided with new cots and blankets. Meals 30 cents each. Transportation free to laborers and charges are advanced to carpenters from any point in the State. SANITARY CONDITIONS ARE OF THE BEST Camp Knox was selected for a permanent site because it is located on the highest point of land on the Illinois Central between d New Orleans. Camp Knox has one of the best health records in the country. Louis-villcan- the Fourteenth State The fair name of the old Commonwealth to be admitted in the Union is at stake in the National Capital and before the Country at large. CE If your work it and advise them to go to Camp Knox. If the call for Volunteers is not heeded, you may be required to shut down completely. We do IMPORTANT give up some of your men at once . r not wish to do this by compulsion. This is no time for The work is Vital. It is Imperative. Be a Volunteer and Go at Once! shilly-shallyin- e. We must have ACTION. PATRIOTIC WOMEN OF KENTUCKY d See to it that every man in the State, not engaged in other War Industries, volunteers his services at high pay, to help get this great permanent Kentucky camp ready for the brave boys of this Commonwealth and other States, now billited in tents at Camp Tayable-bodie- lor and West Point, so they will not have to suffer the privations of General Washington and the Continental Army at Valley Forge. If it is not your own son who must be housed at Camp Knox this winter, it is the boy of some other mother all of them training to protect our Liberty in the great fight for Freedom. Provided men do not volunteer for this well-pai- d and necessary patriotic work, it is the duty of every loyal Kentucky woman to report them to the nearest United States Employment Service, just as they would a Hun Spy or an Army Slacker. Show them their Duty! Make them Volunteer! Take their places! CAMP KNOX MUST BE READY DECEMBER 1 Before cold weather sets in, barracks at Camp Knox to shelter not less than 30,000 Army boys, and stables for at least 15,000 animals muit be completed. This is imperative. can complete quarters for Kentucky not less than 50,000 soldiers and 30,000 animals in that time, if all job, all right, even for Kentuckians, 'work together. It is a man-size- d but it can be dune, as Kentuckians never fail in what they undertake. Full-bloode- MEN, MEN AND MORE MEN TO SAVE' KENTUCKY! This is an EMERGENCY necessitating drastic action W the call for voluntners is not heeded. When the order came from Washington telling what Kentucky had to do to save Camp Knox for the State, Federal Director Pratt Dale, of the United States Employment Service for Kentucky, immediately held a War Council of affiliated interests, composed of Major W. H. RadclifL Constructing Quartermaster at Stithton; John Griffiths & Son Company, builders of Camp Knox for the Government, and O. L. Taylor, District Organizer ' of Kentucky, United States Public Service Reserve; Edward W. Hines, State Chairman State Council of Defense. Determined action was decided on. All Government agencies will be invoked to secure the necessary men. Let the word go out broadcast of Kentucky's need of men in this greatest of humanitrian war works housing our soldiers. LetMt go out at once. Preach it from the Pulpit. ' Shout the need from the housetops. Organize the Workers at once and report th,em to your nearest United States Employment Service or to your County Chairman, x United States Public Service Reserve. IT CAN BE DONE WITH YOUR HELP Georgia furnished 5,000 men to save its picric acid plant raised them in two weeks. Kentucky can do even better Majoi Radcliff says: "Every nail you drive, every brick you lay, every bit of real work done, will add to the growing load around the Kaiser's neck. The war won't wait!" Men and Women "of Kentucky Do your duty for your Country and your Commonwealth and help us to Protect YOUR Boys. N d Communicate at Once With Any of the Following SUPERINTENDENTS OF THE UNITED STATES EMPLOYMENT SERVICE OFFICES At Any of the Following Places: Louisville, 525 W. Market St.; Lexington, 129 Market St.; Covington; Paducah; Bowling Green; Middlesborough; Your Own Co'unty Chairman of the U. S Public Service Reserve 1 , Ashland; or to , (Signed) PRATT DALE, Federal Director, U. S. Employment Service FRANK L. McVEY, State Director, U. S. Public Service Reserve E. W. HINES, Chairman Kentucky Council of Defence ifiS - There isn't a bank loft in Serbia Doubtless tlio chcorful Gorman tax xoUcctor would identify him- since tho Gorman invasion. Bettor self by bayonoting the baby. Buy a put your money into Liberty Bonds. Liberty Bond. Got ready to buy moro Liberty Bonds and help stop tho watch on, Under German rule, monumonts tho nhlno. in Iti u publio squaro would probably glvo way to stono walls for tlio Tlio Yanks seem insistently In- -, convenience of tlio firing squads. lent upon piucKing mo uowcr 01 Huy a Liberty Uond. tho German army. Encourago them by buying Liberty Bonds. In tbo capture of Huns, tlio Yanks Thoso German shook troops, sent seem rapidly approaching tlio stago of quantity production. Cheer tho against tho Yanks, speedily underwent a chango of tenso. effort by buying Liberty Bonds. "What do tho pcoplo of America Tho fanner who values his liberty tnoro than tho prico of an think of a pcaco proposal right aero of wheat will bo lined up early now?" That's what Germany wants Do you know what to know. at tho bond counter. sho's looking to for her ans- -, Bond buying. wer? You're right Don't let tho Kaiser's next thrco card monto pcaco gamo luro you Wo had better. And if wo are go-- 1 away from tho path to tho Liberty ing to, wo hpd better "get a hump' ' I Bond counter. on." Thoso four million English women aren't making munitions for wages but for honor's sako. America had, host take heed and buy Liberty Bonds. Austria seems to bo growing a little bit more discouraged all tho time. Wo hato to bo ruthless, but now's a pretty good tlmo to pilo on tho news that willxbrcak a destructive camel's back. foyom-UTMQS- T v Pago Eight THE CITIZEN October 17 1318, from Camp Taylor on a furlough. LABOR NEEDED TO SAVE CAMP essential industries. It Is up to tho Mrs. W. II. Lackey loft last W'cdncs KNOX TOR STATE employers of laborers throughout S MITE TO day for Kansas Clly, Mo., to visit Kentucky immediately to dlsplaco Draft May Come if Voluntoora Tail men in their employment her son. Kay I.aekoy, and wife with woMisses lona Dunn, Luetic Lackey, COME OUTOF HIDING Slalo-wld- o calls have gone out to men and recommend their employes and Fannlo Dowdon spoilt Friday in savo Giniip Henry Knox at Stlthton to enter tho servlco at Camp Knox." 0. Ilaloy. Herea, guests of Mrs. Major W. II. Hadcliff, constructing for Kentucky. Tho authorities at Mbll)irH In full by Ih writer. Th rm nl No wirrwponHniff timed Mrs. Tom Logsdon spent tho day, CHE KNOWS THE HOUR OF CRISIS Washington havo served notice on quartermaster at Camp Knox, has an cTldrnc of rood fllh. Writ plainly. i not for puliltaation, but Vwltndny, with Mrs. John Wyiin AND ALWAYS Kentucky that If they cannot pro-- also appealed (o the peoplo of Ken-lucU. M. Hurgess purchased tlw Dr. (o volunteer for service RESPONDS. iltico tho necessary laborers to com He leaves a father, mother, wife, one Mays farm Saturday. OWSLEY COUNTY plclo tho work at Stlthton before "Every nail you drive," says Major sister and two brothers to mourn Dy Most Any Woman. Island City cold weather sets in, tho permanent Hadcliff in a ringing mcssago to JACKSON COUNTY ,n youthful days money artillery camp, representing an in workmen, "overy brick you lay, Illtuid City, Oct. M. Tho people his loss. Tho bereaved parents havo Lm.n Gray Hawk od to Ret pretty tight oc-every bit of real work done, aro having somo flno weather for our deepest sympathy. Cassius M Sty1 ' cmlonnlly. My father nnd voslmenl of probably 520,000,000, add to Iho growing loads around will Gray llnwk, Oct. 12. Dry weather swing fodder ami making up thoir Johnson from Camp Grccnleaf, Ga tho will bo withdrawn from tho State try li's partner were Frank Gentry has rented is visiting his parents in Jackson still continues and slock water Is L Kaiser's neck. Tho war won't mho. -to do some big thing entirely. his Most ovcry farmer iffi . ' nn'' the Daughnrty farm for another County and friends at Snider this awful scarce. Immediately upon tho rerelpt of wait." pv''ry nce In n while Hero Is sowing some wheat this Mr. and Mrs. llronco I'ow All schools are closed in week. year. they jJi'i. rnsli. wero sqilpexed for these advices, tho Slnlo officials got this part owing to the epidemic, ell and family were tho guests of year; All aro trying to get their It w n renl emer busy and are sending out calls to all Tho her sister, Mrs. Matt Howard, Sun ground in good shape bofore sow- gency sometimes. Spanish Inllucn.a, spreading. LOST, STRAYED OR STOLEN be J. F. Tinclier is homo and is Just about rendy to Thing would top Individuals and business organizacharge of day, Fannie McCluro mado a bus ing. How' A. I. Howmim has go From Proctor, Ky about Septempainting J. H. Bingham's house this when there would be n over ttie for tions, pointing out tho emergency demand the Hurtling Springs circuit as pas iness trip to Richmond one day last week. Ho is going to Hamilton, 0., moro cold dollars. Ant! they didn't and frankly declaring that if Ken- - ber 20, ono tlark hay horso mule. tor, and will preach at tho following week. to mako his future home. There nnve them. At Mich times mother lucky carpenters and laborers do About 3 or I years old, smalt wart places: High Knob, on the first Sun A are no new cases of "Flu" here now. used to notice the gathering of wor not voltintcor for the work, a forci- on left shoulder. llltlo "hog MADISON COUNTY day; Cannon Chapel, un me second Dora Hayes has mumps. ble draft must be mado effective nt backed." $215.00 reward for return. W. M. rled frowns. Blue Lick Chapel, on tho Sunday; Hinghain "What's the matter?" she naked, once on Robert L. Daiighcrty, Industries. Hlue Lick, Oct. 1. Primeval cus Bingham is very sick with typhoid third Sunday; and Grayhawk, on tho She unually (Ad) The King's Daughters met without much need. Healtyvlllo, Ky. Ultimatum Issued Sunday. Everybody invited toms revived history repeating it fever. fourth in convention at Gray Hawk last knew Work nt Camp Knox has dragged to come and hear Urothcr Howman self. Sorghum substituted for su "Oh. we've pot .a chanco to pat comment on tho Biblo Mrs. Kale gar, blado fodder for alfalfa and Saturday with a largo attendance. something through. Hut our money In for lack of men, and winter timo A very bountiful dinner was pre nil tied up," father would nnswer nnd is now npproaching with thousands Howman is slowly improving. Mrs. cowpca bay. Tho sound of the "gritter" is heard in , tho land pared and served on Iho grounds. a hopeful found would creon Into hl of the soldiers still In tents at Camo CULL'SURPLUS YOUNG STOCK Delia Norris, after threo weeks vis All report n line time. volco. Taylor and West Point. Tito ulti Don't Hold Poultry Until it with her parents, returned to her Cornmeal hoccakos havo crowded Chrlitmaa Then mother would ro to some Groon Hall ucr slay was biscuit off the map. To rap the cli matum is that barracks to hold not homo at Lockland, O. Thinking Higher Prleet Can place of her own nnd bring forth n Green Hall. Oct, It. Miss Laura less than 30.000 men and stables for much appreciated by all her ac- max of all these sacrifices Germany Be Obtained. roll. quaintances, nnd her health was has tho audacity to ask the Allies to Crank came homo from Akron, 0 "Here's the money you Rave me two 15.000 animals must be completed Monday. She had been away Now Is the tltnu to dlsnoin of sur much improved while she was with evacuate invaded territory show lat ago for a fur coat. Would that by Decomber I. It Is the belief of Herman months us. It is reported that two cases of ing that always in critical circum for about nine months. help?" the Kentucky authorities that even plus young stock. Don't lie footed.lnto Would It help? It caved tho day more is possible. and that enough uniting until Christmas nnd then get Iho new disease have developed stances there is exercised a bold Robinson returned from Dayton, 0., had there, nbout the name price n near Sexton Creok post office re resolution by aggressors, but in this Friday. Hehomo employment cscapo many a time. workmen can be scoured to orect bird us you can now for for n put to try to Uncle Sam Is In Jut that fix now. cently and others have been ex case it has only aroused a corres but came luiildings that will accommodate pos- ixmnd fry. Hold only tho promlslngf Several cases of "Flu" Ho has plenty of Rood reposed. Lansford Frye and Miss ponding energy ami determination influenza. are reported in the surrounding sources. Hut there la a blR crisis on sibly !0,000 men with stable accom- breeders of the nudes nnd sell the reHessie Napier were quietly married by the Allien to do thoir duty. nnd he needs tho cash to go OTer the modation for .10,000 animals. This mainder. Pullets showing tow vitality no deaths yet. a few days ago. May much joy be Whooping cough is prevalent in communities, but by maturing slowly nover mnko winter top. Is n tremendous thing at is the present patriotic determinaIhis section. Public school has been Mrs. E. E. McCollum attended the stake, There Inyers nnd usually nre tlrst to contrnct theirs. The Southerners, I under so tremendous that It lata little tion. funeral of her aged aunt, Polly A series of meetings stand, will have the How George suspended. old bit hard to talk nbout It. Hut we nil Pratt Dale, Federal Director of tho dlsense. Cull thewith thick to half nnd fill their plnce Youjik the coming year as their scheduled at Hlue Lick church for Isnacs, who died Saturday night, know Just what It means to us, to the tho I'nited States Employment Service, pullets. Determine the best of the number of pastor. We hopo much good may this week has been cancelled on ac- October 5th, and was buried on women, perhaps, most of all. Monday. She was eighty-fiv- e years And thousands of women are com- immediately issued a public notice, birds your house will hold by nllowlng be done- in the way of winning count of influenza. Only one case sent broadcast throughout Kentuc- four xqunre feet of tloor space for ench ' souls the coming year; and that the in this community that required old and died of senil'ty. Funeral ing forward Just as mother used to do, ky, telling Just what tho State was hen. war may cease and peace may medical aiii. Sam Harris developed services were condurted by Rev. bringinR the roll they had tucked up against. He called a meeting of Iho disease a week since and is now Isaac Gabbard. of Cow Creek. Text nwny somewhere. reign throughout tho world. "Here's my money. Will It help?" various intorests, including John CORRECT CARE AND FEEDING All tobacco crops selected by Aunt Polly; while living convalescent. Earncstvllle R E. Evans they are nsklnR. was "Jesus Wept." Grillllhs & Son Company, huildors Schools safely housed; corn cutting in progKarnestville, Oct. It. Will it help? It may that inllu-enz- a. ress. Digging potatoes, gathering children returned from Annvillo, tremendous day when thobewholo this of tho Camp for tho Government, Finest of Fowla With Improper Attenhave all closed on account of fate tion Will Not Produce EggtWa-te- r There- arc a few cases around beans and chestnuts is the chief oc Wednesday, where tliov have been of the world hangs In the balance will Major W. H. Hadcliff, constructing I attending school. All schools are bo saved by the proffered Needed. (luarternmslor in charge, and organMeredith Gabbard, wifo hero now. Harvo Gabbard and cupation. dollars of ized an intensive campaign that is and daughters, from Middletown, 0., closed now on account of influenza. the women of America. granddaughter, Miss Annie Co.v, of Breeding f of poulMiss Pearl Nantz, who is teaching' Won't every one of the ten million destined to reach into every city try keeping may bo Wagcrsvillo, aro visiting friends aro visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. J. hut Hie other hnlf la sureKy camo homo Thurs- -' of us bring out our little roll, nnd say, nnd hamlet in Kentucky. George Flanery, of Hlue Lick. John Flan-er- y, at Willow, and relatives this week. ly euro nnd feeding. The finest of ' who is in Camp Sheridan, Ala., day. passing through Green Hall on "Here. Sam, I'll lend you mine?" . Authority for Draft Gabbard, of Middletown, 0., is visfowls with Improper euro x til not proher way to Maulden where- she lives. "Every man and businoss organi- duce. The production of un egg needs iting his brothers and friends at is in the base hospital convalescing M. H. Hornby sold his farm at1 nn abundance of warm wuter nlong zation.' said Mr. Dale, "must realpresent. Hiram Bolner had a so- from an attack of the Spanish "Flu." ize. that this is an omorgeucy that with tho necessary food elements, In Elmo Flanery writes an interest Green Hall the past week to Andy' cial last Saturday night, which was Coffee Supply Atcured. of Al.ysflula Is the nrtjclnnl home of. calls for immediate action. Undor winter. Tho main components enjoyed by all. Sidney Caudill is ing letter from a famous seaport in Pierson, of Maulden. Elder J. W. very ill at this writing; supposed to France where ho is enjoying a seven Anderson and wife, of Conklin. wore tho coffe tree, anil In the- southern the authority given us from Wash- poultry feeds nro protein, fnts, nnd carbohydrates. Tho fats nnd carboF. nnd western hlgldundi. of that country ington if the men in sufficient numhave influonza. S. A. Caudill and days vacation after a month of entertained at tho home of F. there are still Iniiiiviivc forest of It bers do not volunteer their services, hydrates form the yolk nnd protein Mrs. Sidney Caudill mado a flying strenuous activity in aeroplane McCollum. Saturday night and Sunnnd wnter nre largely required to pro-duOld Undo Martin Cook 3 that have never been touched. we must draft them from the non Jno. service. Raymond Isaacs is staying day. trip to Bcattyvillo last week. tho white of nn ogg very poorly just now. John Cook, McGuire purchased a nice young temporarily at the home of T. J. mule colt from Enoch Creech for Flanery. Friends and relatives of who was sentenced from Jackeon 1017, 570. James Moss has his dwelling Suo Flanery can address her at County at the August court, painted and ready to move into. As Camp Jackson, Columbia, S. C, Sue for .killing Chas. Vonablo, was paroled and camo homo tho past wook'. soon as this disease dies down his F. Flanery, A.N.C. Horn to Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Wil-- a wife will coino from Dayton, 0. Hue girj baby, on October Oth, James Prico is slowly improving GARRARD COUNTY after an accident which happened Harmony in tho coal mine- near Chavies. Harmony, Oct. It. D. D. Collett, BRONZE TURKEY BEST KNOWN Mrs. Jamie Simmons and daughter who recently bought a 21,000 farm are visiting her sister in Dayton, 0. at tho King sale, has let Mr. King Male Bird Sometimes Reaches Enor- mous Proportions Smaller Fowls have tho farm back, but tho consid ESTILL COUNTY More In Demand. eration is not known. Alsn Mr. Col- -! Ip.IL bought a nice bunch of yearling Locust Branch LocuBt Hraneh, Oct. It. The largest and perhnps the best Tho cattle at about $32 per head. Josh farmers aro hustling around for tho Jones has sold his Knob farm to known of the domesticated turkey Is h last few weeks cutting corn and Charlio Vanhook. Prof. J. B. Hutch-in- s the bronze, sometimes culled tho bronze. The male bird of this sowing wheat. The schools havo recently bought a line bunch of nn enormous size somo-- 1 olosod for a few days on account of early calves at 532 per head. The breed reaches times. Tho stundnrd weight for tho tho influenza in this neighborhood. public schools have all been closed torn Is SO pounds and for tho hen 20 Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Davis, of hero for a week in compliance with pounds. Paris, visited her mother and father the orders of the State Hoard of Generally tho heavier weights uru at this placo last week. Tbcro has Health, on account of influenza. found among the breeding birds, nnd been quite a lot of sorghum mado Jack Stigall has been on the sick are not for sale. As u matter of ex-- 1 on Red Lick this fall. It is selling list, but is convalescing. Garrard perlence breeders tlnd thu the great- at a good prico. J. M. Kindred County has gone over tho top lias bcun very poorly for tho last with thoir apportionment of tho few days. David Kindred and fam- Fourth Liberty Loan of 230,000. ily, of Droyfus, visited his sister, The fanners in this section aro busyj Mrs. Jim Iiicknell, Saturday and sowing wheat, cutting fodder, mak- -i Sunday. Tho peoplo at Beavor Pond ing sorghum, etc. Dickcrson Broth-- ( woro glad to havo Wess French with ers have recently had a good well thorn Saturday night and Sunday to drilled. T. J. Stigall's little boy got sing. his arm brokon a few days ago, but A tract of 100 acres, one of 60 acres, one of 50 acres, one of 40 acres', one of isacres. is getting along fine. Tom RigsbyV 1 ALWAYb bELL IU bul 1 I HE BIDDERS, bo will sell SEPARATELY or any ROCKCASTLE COUNTY pony ran away in a buggy with him TWO OR MORE tracts together to make tlie size of farm you want. Conway a fow days ago, and Mr. Higsby was LOCATION: Fronts on McCORMACK CHURCH PIKE, Conway, Oct. IS. Urothcr Goooh thrown from the vohiclo and remile from DANdid not 1111 his regular appointment ceived somo severe bruises, but VILLE & HUSTONVILLE PIKE, 6 miles from DANVILLE, miles from MORE LAND, at the Fair View church Saturday not fatal, Mrs. W. M. C. Hutchinsl , 4 mile from Q. & C. R. R., 2 MILES FROM L. & N. R. R. night and Sunday on account of tho was visiting at Charlio Vanhook's, In good neighborhood, close to SCHOOLS AND CHURCHES. Country school at Spanish Influonza epidemic. Miss Sunday. 1 corner of farm, GRADED AND HIGH SCHOOL three miles. Laura Taylor, who has tho Spanish Paint Lick and gently rolling, FERTILE, 80 ACRES OF RICH HOT-TOIufluenza, was taken to the RobinDESCRIPTION:. All tho Paint Lick, Oct. It. son Hospital one day last weok. LAND, no waste land. 32 acres sown to wheat, 70 acres to go in corn, 60 acres of schools in this county woro closed Litllo Thclma Cox, who has been Tuesday on account of tho "Flu." Drome Turkey Tom. meadow, 15 acres of oats, balance in grass. WATER, fencing good, EVERLASTING real siok with typhoid fovcr, is get- Logan West and Amos Parks aro in ting along fine. Late Friday even- Lexington attending the S'. A. T. C. est demand for the holiday trade Is good orchard, also orchard at each tenant house. Will be sold on easy terms. Possession January 1, 1919. ing Wm. Rico received a mcssago - Mr. and Mrs. J. T, Thompson wero for the sinailer birds sultablo for a for un The farm has been well TAKEN CARE OF, has been in the Moore family for over stating that bis son, Erwin, had guests, Sunday, of her daughter, dinner plumageordlnury fumlly. la very Tho of tho bronzo died at Camp Daltimoro, Mil., with Mrs. W. C. Haley in Herea. RichRecently came into the hands of present owners by inheritance and purattractive. Tho feathers nro brenzo or FIFTY years. Spanish Influenza. It camo as a ard Lackey, Howard Wearrcn, and dull bluck with bunds of whlto across. chase in settlement of estate of D. R. Mcore, and is now on the market to SELL and WILL shock to his parents and wifo and Ansio Green camo in from Camp The bronzo tint gives plcuslng color BE SOLD. many friends. Erwin was u good Bucll, Lexington, Saturday, on thirty effects. DON'T OVERLOOK THIS FARM YOU MAY MISS A BARGAIN. boy and liked by all who know him. day furloughs. Joo Wheoler 13 in Ono common objection has been that Almost new 7 room two-stor- y dwelling, hall and two porches, IMPROVEMENTS: bronzo beu Is not u very good tho layer. Hut It Is gencrully found that two stock barns, ONE A LARGE NEW BARN, one of the BEST in County, two tenant laying Is largely nn Individual characall necessary teristic. Muuy prefer the bronzo and houses, AT MY AUCTION SALES. NO REMEMBER: NO EXCESS generally this breed by fur outnumbers the others on tho holiday market. CONTRACTS, PURCHASERS KNOW THEY RECEIVE A FAIR DEAL. The bronze turkeys uro closo For further particulars, inquire of John M. Helm, Brumfield, Ky., E. C. Eubank, Good Light Bread and Biscuit of the American wild turPerryville, Ky., or can be made from key, which Is still found In some parts of our country. The young of tho domesticated birds soon show n tendency to wander in seurch of food. They cuu tly to an astonishing height when It becomes necessary. East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else ky ' I J V-J- -- tS'&' 1 I hid-Ih- d oue-hnt- - co ' Lincoln County Land 265 ACRES mum-mot- AT AUCTION PROMPTLY AT 10 A. M. Subdivided into Several Small Tracts Wednesday, Oct. 23rd 2, J J-ev- el M Save Wheat for Our Soldiers POTTS' RYE FLOUR out-buildin- gs. Order a sack from your Grocer and be Convinced SWINEBROAD The Real Estate Man Buy MORE Bonds W. E. MOSS, Advertising Manager Lancaster, Ky.