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Ono DoUar and Vol. XX. Fivo Cents Per Copy. to the Interests of tlciG 3ovm.teLin. IPecrple Knowledge Is Power and Iho way to keep up with modem Knowledgo is to road a good Nowspapcr. Pifly Cents Per Year. I No. 10. What is Patriotism? There is some danger that our children, as well ns older people, will think that everything that waves and makes n noise is patriotism. The word patriotism means love of country. ' It is derived from the Latin word I'atria which means the New German Note To Pres. Wilson Tho text of tho Gcrmnn note, to poaco the President prescribes tho President Wilson, as received by' destruction of every nrbilary power wireless, Is as follows: that can separately, secretly and of "In nerepllng thu proposal for nn Its own single choice disturb tho evacuation of occupied territories peare of the world. To this tho tho German Government has started German Government, replies: from the assumption that tho pro"Hitherto tho representation of cedure of this evacuation and of thn people in tho German Empire tho conditions of nn armislico should has not been endowed with an he left to the judgment of tho milicn tho formation of tho tary advisers, and that tho actual Government. standard of power on both sides in "The Constitution did not provide tho Held has (o form the basis for for a concurrence of representation arrangements safeguarding anil Lof the, people in decisions of pcaco guaranteeing this standard. and war. Theso conditions havo "Tho German Government suggests just now undergono n fundamental lo tho President that an opportunity change. A new Government has should he brought about for fixing been formed in completo accordance tho details'. It trusts that the Pres- with the wishes (principle?) of the ident of the United Slates will ap- representation of the people, based prove nf no dcmanil which would on equal, universal, secret, direct bo irrcconcllnblo with tho honor of franchise. tho German people and with openTho leaders of tho great parlies ing n way to n peace of Justice. of the Itcichstag nro members of "The German Government pro- this Government. In tho futuro no tests against reproach of illegal and Government can take or continue in inhumane actions made against tho ofllce wltboijt possessing the confiGerman land ami spa forces and dence of a majority of the Reichstag. thereby against the German people Tho responsibility of tho ChancelFor Iho covering of n retreat de- lor of the Empire to tho represenstructions will always bo necessary tation of tho people is being legally and they aro carried out in so far developed and safeguarded. The as is permitted by international llrst act of the new Government has law. The German troops aro under been to lay before the Reichstag most strict instructions to sparo n bill to alter the Constitution of privato property nnd to excrciso the Empire so that the consent of carp for the population to .the best the representation of the people is Where trans- required for decisions on war and of their ability. gressions occur in spite of these in- neace. structions the guilty aro being "The permanence of the new syspunished. tem is. however, guaranteed not orily Tho German Government further by constitutional safeguards, but denies that the German navy in sink- also by tho unshakeable determinaing ships has ever purposely de- tion of the German people whose stroyed lifeboats with their pas- vast majority stands behind these sengers. The German Government reforms and demands their enerproposes with regnrd to all thoso getic continuance. charges that tho facts he cleared up 'The question of the Presicnl by neutral commisinns. With whom he and the Governments "In order to avoid anything that associated against Germany are might hamper the work of peace, dealing is therefore answered in Ihe German Government has caused n cleiTr, unequivocal manner by the orders to be dispatched to all sub- slntement that the offer of peaco and marine at sea beforo its return, an armistice has come from a Govtorpedoing of passenger ships with- ernment which is free from arbiout, however, for technical reasons, trary and irresponsible influence, being able to guaranteo that these is supported by the approval of an orders will reach every singlo sub- overwhelming majority of the Germarine at sea before it returns. SOLF." man people. "As a fundmentnl condition for i HUNS TRAPPED IN BELGIUM, BELIEF WorMNews Fatherland. The love of country does not mean the hatred of other countries, and the love of country does not mean the desire to wear a uniform and draw an officer's salary. It means a desire for the welfare of all the people in the entire boundary of one's native land. It means a desire that every child in all our country shall have a fair chance. It means readiness to diminish one's own happiness for the sake of others. And in the last test it means to give one's life in order that the justice and righteousness and genernl welfare represented by our Government shall not be put down. The official text of tho German note was received Wednesday and it may bo stated that thcro Is nothing in tho communication lo alter tho decision of tho President that OF WAR ho will not proposo an armislico to tho allies beforo tho Germans Allied Cavalry Seeks to Catch the cvaciinlo all occupied territory. Enemy Near the Tho Allies continue lo gain vicHolland Line. tories over tho Germans on all fronts of tho war. It becomes apparent each day that conditions nro TOWN OF THIELT CAPTURED not yet ripe for peace. Tho devastation and plundering which takes place as the enemy' retreats is not Qcmians Fear Revolt as the Allies a forerunner of peace. Moreover, g there is much of evasion in tho GerDrive to Brussels Zeebrugge, man notes, in spito of their apand Roubalx Fall parent yielding to terms. Coa.it Is Free of the EXPERTS Tur-ooln- A Republican Congress It is very unfortunate that we have to have an dec-- , tion this fall. The Knglish Government is better than ours in this particular, namely that they have an election only when there ure political conditions that require it. Just now there is nothing that requires an election. Our Government is doing very well and we ought to go forward with the great work of the war and not stop to think about the political divisions among ourselves. Inasmuch, however, as we have to have an election it is important that we should elect a Republican Congress. It may have been a providential circumstance that we went into the war with a Democratic President. Wood-roWilson hasdonea great many things which nre really Republican in their nature. If a Republican president had done the things that Woodrow Wilson has done a great many Democrats would have opposed him So President Wilson has led the Democratic Party to adopt a good many Republican policies and principles. He has been compelled, however, to act a good deal as a partisan. We are certainly glad for all the talent and patriotism he has found in the Democratic party. But he has been very unwilling to appoint any Republicans to office, or to use the talent of the Republican party for the benefit of the country in this war. And if the Democrats should sweep everything in this coming election it would not be for the good of the country by any means. Fortunately there is little chance of their doing so. The Republicans, .for the most part, good men, men who will help President Wilson in this war more than Democrats could or would do. Let us work and vote so that the next Congres shall-b- e w 1 have-nominated Invaders. London, Oct 21. ltefugees arriving In Holland from Ilclglum report that n number of ships on the Kecloo cumil, carrying German officers and war material, were shot to pieces und sunk with nil on hoard by Belgian troops, Friday evening, suys u dlspntch from Amsterdam to the Kichungo Telegraph company. Tho German troops, according to the refugees, nre retreating toward Ghent and Antwerp. Many German columns with numerous guns and automobiles ure passing Sluts, a town on the Holland frontier, ton miles from Bruges. Oermnn H"iitlin'ls have abandoned their post at Sluls. The Austrian-Hungarirequest for peaco has been refused on tho ground that the promise of autonomy for tho Slavic sections or tho Empiro under n federal form of is no longer satisfactory to the United States. Wo have, in fact, already recognized the independence of tho Czccbo-Slovaand havo promised similar action for; tho an ks ent Jugo-Slnv- s. The Slavic population of Bohemia has issued n declaration of independence from Austria-Hungar- y. The document is a well worded ono and reviews the history and aspiraWasUHlgton. Oct. 21. British patrols tions, of the people. It sets forth participating In tlie nines' udvance In reasons for tho action and states Belgium nre reported to have reached the peoples' unwillingness sto bo the Dutch frontier opposite Unices, content with autonomy in a federal In toGeneral March was Informed day's dispatches. Tho Gennun retirement from the Belgian coast district, General March added. Is Increasing In breudth and speed. Tho movement to the rear, on the wholo, he added. Is extremely rapid, aa Illustrated by the fact that the territory evacuated In four days totals more than SO0 square tulles. Germans Flee Belgian Coast. London, Oct. 21. The Belgian const haa been restored to the Belgian people. Allied troops have occupied Zeebrugge. The fall of this port cost the base, fcalsor bis most vnlunblu and broke tho German grip on the coTotod North sea littoral. Germany's dream of nn Invasion of Kngtand across tho North sea from Calais la ended. Eight Miles From Ghent. Bruges, seven miles couth of Zeebrugge, also evacuated by tho enemy, wan occupied by the Belgians. Iloports state the allies arc now eight miles from Ghent. Tho Germans, rolled back from the coast are repeating with grcut speed toward Eecloo and Ghent. Tho enemy Is giving ground hastily to bring his armies safely out of the trap which menaces them; but from tho French frontier to the Mease river bo still Is fighting desperately to hold back tho lower Jaw of tho great Foch ptneer from closing In n great converging movement and entrapping In Its maw tho German lighting force In Its stale. Tho Dolgian coast, as far as Antwerp to the north, has been lost lo tho Germans, and the advanco toward the cast has reached tho oily of Bruges. Tho captured section includes the German .submarine bases at Ostcnd and Zeebrugge. Tho Belgian armies aro engaging in tho fight for the recovery of their land. It is expected that tho capital, Brussels, will soon ho taken. The capture or the French city or Lillie, close to the northern border or France, restored to France 6ne or the largest cities which tho 'Germans have held. It had a population or four hundred thousand before tho war, and was a manufacturing center. Much damago has been done to the place by tho plundering of tho houses, and by the removal of machinery from tho factories. This has. been sent lo Germany. A London paper is responsible for tho statement that tho Gorman Emperor did abdicate his'lhrono for a few days, but was forced lo it by tho junker element in the government. Tho sharp conflict between tho opposing parties in tho Empiro is evidently growing greater. Mobs aro said to have invaded tho palaco grounds and broken many windows in tho palaco In their demonstration in favor of peace. rc-?u- Influenza Decreases at Berea It is a great triumph that tlie at night, and all were requested to Institution lias handled over tlvo kneel in prayer in their private hundred cnos of influenza without rooms, while parents and friends a single death savo one, Iho person at a distance joined with us. During (lie last two days less than who was sick before the influenza appeared. President Frost appointed Sunday the 20th and Thursday thtOltli a3 days of prayer and thanksgiving. On Imth days the chimes were rung at eight in tho morning and 7:30 a dozen new cases have been taken in, while more than eighty hao been discharged. We shall still "watch and pray." hut our deepest feeling is gratitude. Strengthen His Sword A mfy.Sf "ARE nT .WfiT.T. THE PACE TERMS ! "WHEN I AM ttBuy Bonds" B From the Grave Dlnyon. Now In tho hour that shows tho ready: Lawrence O you that still havo Tain and sun. Kisses ot children and of wife. And tho good mirth to tread upon. And the more sweetness that is life, Forget us not, who gavo nil these strong Tho soul no evil powers affray Drive straight against embattled Wrong: Faith knows but one, tho hardest, way. For something dearer, and for you I Enduro; tho end Is worth tho throe. Olro, give; and daro, and again dnro! On, to that Wrong's groat over- Think In what cause, we crossed seas-- l tho Ilemomber ho who falls tho lenge falls ns, too. throw! chal- We are with you, of you; wo tho pain and Victory share. CONTENTS PAGE 7. Sunday School Lesson. Pub- Security Leaguo Arouses Editorials: What Is Patriotism? A Itcpublicnu Congress. New German Nolo to President Wilson World and Ky. News War News PAGE 2. School News: School Government and Citizenship. Good Work in Kentucky. Tho American Army. Austria Gets Cold Comfort from Wilson. PAGE 3. Serial: Gunner Depow. Tho Illuo Trianglo on Hanoi's Tower. o PAGE A. Local News Items. Water for Nolghbors. PAGE 1. Col-leg- lic School System. Letters from Soldiers: John Miller, Win. E. Ogg. PAGE 8. F.nstern Kentucky News. Health Directions. Wayside Ministries. This Is a hurrying uge, as we often remind ourselves, und inuny tasks which we would like to accomplish must perforce remain unattended to. Hut for some things there Is ulways Duty can ulways he done, time. kindness can ulways bo shown, wayside ministries need not be neglected. Tlforo Is never an excuse for tho tllero is alAlndison More than Makes Good. huste that makes waste; ways room. In tho castotA man who, PAGE 5. Christmas Presents for with divine help, plans his life for a Kentucky News Work in Bellef gium Walter Scott Harlow Hallinger Dies of "Flu."-Se- rgL Wounded. 6. Mountain PAGE Agriculture: Letter from County ' Agent Speneo. Markets. Poultry Notes. Kitchen Cabinet. Soldier8.-Rel- Influenza in the Mountains' Tho influenza has gotten a hold upon tho mountain districts of alio State, and especially in tho moro congested mining sections. In Perry County, Hazard has had moro than GOO cases of this disease and tho Stnto Hoard lias endeavored to send some assistance. Tho Red e and Cross of Hazard has taken tho matcertain umount of soclul necessity. ter in hand in some of tho moro affliotcd towns in tho County. In Letcher County tho cpidemin Toe Much Education. "Some men," said Uncle Kben, "gits is reaching rather alarming pro so educated that dey seems to puy more portions. At Scrgent, oighty-flv- o uttentlou to bow dey's expresstu' delr-su'- cases wero reported early in tho duu to whut dey's suylnV week. Every momber of a dozen self-culturfs families is ill with tho disease. Mrs. Henry Uakcr, of tho Rookhani. Creek section, died, leaving fivo other members of tho family soriously ill. Thoy aro not expected to survive. Husiness in general is much paralyzed. In Estill County, twenty deaths hours wero reported in twenty-foon Monday. Tho Red Cross of havo wired Chicago for assistance. It is estimated that in this county and In Leo and Jaokson there aro 2,000 cases. Tho tlvo doctors In Irvino aro worn out, and unless there is somo rollfo, many moro deaths aro sure to follow. At Harbourvillo, Knox County, Lieut. Gov. James D. Black Is con-llnto his homo with tlie same ur Ir-vi- no ed A large number of Polish women aro being instructed in social serv-ic- o in Now York so that they may return to their nalivo land when.tho war is over and aid in reconstruction. This furnishes n suggestion of what wo may expect from a largo number of our roreign population. Thoy will bo able to interpret EuroTho Gormnns nre preparing to lnun-dat- o pean life to Americans and Ameritho lowlytng lands south of the can life to tho peoples ot Europe River Scheldt In eastern Belgium, n Central News dispatch from AmsterJapan has her first primo minister dam reports. The Inhabitants have boen ordered to abandon their homes laken from tho common people. His statement or policy is exceptionalImmediately. A Havre dispatch says the German ly important and interesting. Alhigh commund fears an uprising by though tho alliance with England tho pooplo of Belgium while the Ger- is to continue tho basis ot his man armies aro retreating. Tho Ger- country's polioy, yet a closer man military authorities have been conferring with tho civilian uuthorl-tlo- s rriendship ror tho United Slates Is to enlist the hitter's uld In sup- asked that will do away with all mis understandings. He makes it clear pressing outbreaks. In Uio center of tho attack In tho that Japan is to maintain tho. pracnorthern urea tho British ure advanc- tice ot open door ror trcdo in China ing east of Courtrul. Tho Germans, and will not interfero in tho infalling back toward Audenarde, SO ternal affairs. bUIoh west of tho Belgian capital, ure trytaft to retard their pursuers by stubIt Is quite apparent that Gerborn machine gun resistance. many will prefer to surrender to Roubalx Is Entered. Turcolng aud Itoubalx two bases tho United States rather than any northeast of Lille, ure In British hands. ot tho European toes. She is ahlo Kast ot Dounl Field Marshal Halg to do (his with less ot humiliation, to marchlug toward Valenctnennes. In and probably expects to recolvo the operations south ot Valenclnncs generous treatment Thursday tho British took 4,000 pris- rairer and moro when tho peace terms aro drawn oners. Tho Germans aro retiring between up. Tho allies likewiso seem willtho Olse and tho Serre to escape a ing to havo tho United States act pocket, the sides of which were being as their spokesman. pressed in bythe French. Tho French am advancing northeastward from the Tho Bolgiau 'Assembly has al- -' (Contlnutd on eattroty. And thus far, through the use of picked troops and machine gunners who know defeat only In death, he has warded off tho culminating blow. Dispatches from tho front reported the French nnd Belgians nenrlng Dev-meight miles southwest of Ghent. Tho French have captured Thtelt, west of Ghent. Itelglun cavalry Is pursuing the retreating enemy with the object of cutting off his retreat to Ghent. The artillery Is following swiftly nnd carrying out a vigorous bombardment. Belgian Infantry forces entered Brugos, seven miles southeust of e, (Contlnutd on Pag Pg Two) (Contlouid oa Pig 8Ta) Past Two THE cmrKN Octobse H 18. 000D WORK IN KENTUCKY enrly peace, sinco they aro planning THE AMERICAN ARMT Itislng to the emergency of tho News Items Regarding Our Soldier tn spend Christmas In France, and AUSTRIA regulations covering tho matter of seventeen years ago In a school Influenza epidemic that has been SCHOOL GOVERNMENT AND at Home and Abroad room where I was working. II was spreading through Camp Zachary CITIZENSHIP Tho Federal military authorities i their Christmas packages have al GOLD COMFORT tho sixth grade of a town school. Taylor and in Louisville, tho seven havo Just nnnounced thnt thoro aro rondy been announced. All such By Prof. Chas. D. Lewis They were known as "the bad sixth," organizations composing tho united now more than 1,900,000 American packages should bo sent beforo Tills has hecn a week of vacation and only recited one lesson a day War Work Campaign, in tho midst troops In tho war zones. It was alsoi November 20th. An ofllcial coupoa,' FROM for the schools of Kentucky, as lho( with mc. hut all of their study time of activities Incident to the pushing slated thai tho further shipment of j which must be pasted on each pack- -, be, so that, was spent with mc. Ono October of the campaign work, aro Individutroops abroad will necessarily bo ago. will be givon to each soldier, noxt ono will probably ally and collectively rendering curtailed to a considerable extent In be sent by him to tho rclatlvo or wo will all have another beginning day the boys, discovered a now kind splendid service in quelling the epi- on account of the rule, which "flu" epidemic is over. of fun. They had come to school demic it has friend back home from whom a "People Must Rulo," te Kernel of whon the and in admintstcrng to the been found necessary lo adopt, of. package is expected. Every soldier Before I take up the subject under with bird shot in their pockets and comfort of soldiers and Answer Made to Country's civilians. lc sending abroad only lluxp men who will bo entitled to Just ono packago would flip it about the room, using discussion let mo say that this The Y. M. A. and tho Y. W. C. . Paco Note. have not been exposed and who from America, and such package is not only sorious In the suf- the first finger for the spring to A. have joined forces at tho camp show no symptoms whntcver of must not bo larger than 9 by 4 by! fering and death which it entails lire it. It must have been fun for with headquarters at the hostess Spanish Influenza. upon our people, but in the loss in them, for the shot did snap beauti- house, where a group 3 inches, and its weight must not of secretaries Tho local hoards throughout tho exceed threo pounds. Tho official FREEDOM BEFORE ALL THINGS opportunity which it fully as they struck wall, celling from both organizations are work educational brings about. This Is tho season of or some other object in tho room, ing day and night for the relatives country arc engaged (except where, organ of tho American Army in the year when it is difllcult to main-ta- n and doubtless stung as beautifully of tho sick sotdicrs who have been as in Masachuptts, it has been nec- France, "The Stores and tho Stripes," attendance, anyway, and with when they hit pupil. Soon after summoned to their bedside. A essary to suspend such work on ac is endeavoring to plan a suitable AusCrt.Hugu4fi Oovemmeat Mutt Satisfy National Aspirations of Its a break of a few weeks in the term tho "fun" started, I sat down upon marvellous working organization count of the influenza epidemic) In Christmas package within tho of-- 1 Own People Before Peso it will be very difllcult to keep tho my desk an undignified habit I has been effected, and wives, the examination of men of Class 1, llclal limitations above indicated.' Caastrtlsn May Be attendance up to anything like what must confess to still having and mothers, fathers and sisters are be- between the aces of 19 and 37, who It will be very difllcult indeed, In' CuKsrsd. it should be for the remaining said something like this to the ing cared for and served. The liv- registered on tho 12th of September. many instances, for tho friends and months of the session. Let every school: "Well, boys, I see you have ing room of tho hostess house is The first call, covering about 112,000 relatives to pack in such a small Waahhurton, Oct. 21 I 'resident teacher do her utmost to bring back a new sport this morning. I converted into a barracks for rela- men, who were to have been In the bundle all of tho tokens of affection' haa rejected the Austrian offer to may be inclined am sure it must be fun, and tives of the sick soldiers every various cantonments on the 0th of and good will that they deslro to conclude an arraUtlce and negotiate tho children who to remain away from school. Of I would like to engage in it night, and cols aro placed on the October, is still suspended. It was send; however, the regulation Isi peace. He dttUnd tkat more y by General course the compulsory law will care with you if It did not bother porches and in tents in tho yard. recently announced a wise and necessary one, omy for AnatrUn nationalities was for those of the ages affected, but us in our work. Bui it does Chaplains and volunteer hostesses Crowder that he wanted all of tho and certainly seems to bo perfectly not sufficient, but that they ranat save the older boys and girls arc the verj much. Now I could catch arc in constant attendance adminis- men of Class 1 in camp by January fair for all concerned. Our soldier ,lbTt7 I, 1019, and the district boards boys will look forward with keen T Th,e w" mae b' you for this, If tering comfort. ones who need every possible day and punish Working along tho same lines is throughout the country were so anticipation lo these Christmas la that is offered, and it is they whom I wished to use my time in It ".T"? nl!r to It now seems that, owing lo boxes, and It would bo a sad thing the twltn wn(1Uon of you should strive to retain. You are that way, but I do not be- the National Catholic War Council. ennnd. being paid, I understand, for this lieve that your parents employ The secretaries In the various the fact that this troublesome in indeed if a smglo ono of them failed ated by Preheat Wilson on January lost time, so it is not really yours. I me, I am sure, to teach you. Now Knights of Columbus buildings injfection has spread throughout al to receive such a remcmbcrance. 8. which aaya the people of Austria- wish that every teacher who is not me. I am sure, to teach you Now, camp aro serving in the base hos- - most the entire country, it may not Copyright 1918, by General Wcl- - Hungary should be accorded the freest opportunity of autoaotnou developat work now could remain in the! children, I can't teach you well and piwu temporarily, ana in response the possible to carry out this pro-t- o far League. an urgent call for nurses, fifty- -; pram on time. It appears, however, ment district, visiting the sick, becoming be a policeman at the same lime The note calls attention ts the rco- - Mi acquainted with parents as the rush How many of you boys are willing eight nuns were brought to tho hos- that the medical authorities are ognltion by the Unltrd Btates of the HUNS TRAPPED IN BELGIUM pital by the organization, and these meeting with much success in deal of work during the term, so far, has to help stop this annoyance? All who Cxrcho-Slorak(ConUaasd rrsm Pigt 0n) national council as a not allowed. But if you have not will promise me on their honor as Sisters have been unremitting in; jng with the malady, and It is oT the (wtTHrrnT and" have de f,ct0 twlllrnt government, and Junction" their heroic work with the sick cininvt thnt iim mni rrii done that, and do not do it, at Kentucky gentlemen that they will country alao bna rro of nnlra Uiat . ... Ukrri Angullcourt. two milt L,,. i least write a letter to every older not flip shot again, please stand. A soldiers. OK"1 th' J tic of the natlonalls- the Junction and north of the Serre. The War Camp Community Serv-- 1 counlrv. If so tno child in your district to call atten- number stood promptly, and as ' uc for Piranone or the Juo-Hiav- a M , com. Hlt Champagne Flank. placed a number of auto- - nintm,. n. ,...t-.-- i tion to the opportunities offered by many more got up one at a time, ice has Northwest of the Argonne Ocnornl friv3om- mobiles for the use of the camp, and f , Text of United Statte Note, Oouraud la battling forward mrntntt I the remaining weeks of school, and slowly, until all but two were standih. ,..i.. .-.i one important piece of work of this i rtubbom resistance, and the flghUns The text of the not hnuded to th 1 'C to the fact that these weeks spent ing. These sat, looking down. AfCantnmCnt3 noTbes" front west of Cirand Pro hns boon ex-- 1 Swedish mlnlater follows: in learning will be vastly more ter a brief silence, I said: "Do you a as .. -- ,.. la uiu iiuuimiing-- , nnu issu- -, .ia. nnnnwr l" '"-sir i nare tno minor to acknowi-.- . While there is mneh ,aIIk 1,1 U"3 lcuu valuable to them than they could two boys I called their names ing to every soldier in tho camn a' hood of Vouzlers the French have car- - edre the rroHDt of your note of the . . . possibly be spent in earning. Show think you are doir, the square nne.fcnt nrimo,. ..,. armiCS .. v.ik ..... t W.IM... ri,. country BDOUl peace, OUr expect In Hpd nut nn Imnorfunt strokn Iit rrtuuk yourself a true American in this thin? by these other fellows to re- - cases." an Ing ths Alsne river. a communication of the Imperial and The primr is issued with francc evidently lo not matter, doing your best wherever tain'the privilege of flipping shot af the authority 0n, govenunent of and full nnnrovnl i.f! there is a chance. ter they have promised not to do tho proper authorities at Gimp Tayto the president. I nin lmttrurted by Now to the question of bringing it?" Perhaps a minute passed when lor. The the pivMrtnt to rwjueat you to lx good station matrons who aro enough through your to about the right kind of school gov- one. . and .then the other rose. I at every railroad and street station; convry to the Imperial and royal rov- ernment How can it bo done? thanked them, and asked all to be car terminal in the city aro under' i ernment the following rvply ? In tho first place, remember the seated. Then I sat own and wrote the supervision of the ' Wer Camp1 "The prrnldpnt dwna It hla duty to principles laid down so far, the last r.l my desk the pledge they had just Community Service and these stagovernay to the of which was that you must be marie, an signed it and now I re- tion matrons arc the flrst to meet ment that he cannot entertain theprea-- ' thoroughly In the member it was October 19, 1901. the relatives of the soldiers, and all nt KUKKi'Mlomi of that next place, keep in mind the fact After that we went on about our girls, who como into tho city. of certain events of utmottt Importance which, occurring alncc the deso well pointed out by Bagley, in work as if nothing had happened. The Salvation Army hut just out-- , livery of hla addreH of the eighth of his book on Descipline, that the conside of tho camp is One day, during the following January last, have necetRnrlly altered duct of pupils is controlled by fashwith relatives of the sick soldiers,, I , the nttttude and rriionilblllty of the ion just as the conduct of most of March. think, I was fitting at my and Ensign Ludlow and other off!- -. ' government of tho United Htatcs. us is controlled by it in life. desk looking over, my desk register. cers of the Salvation Army aro Amonp thH fourteen tenna of to see that agree There are very few people who when I ohanced working day and night to give I which the pe.lrtont formulated nt that ir.nnt I read it and then read it will live contrary to the rec whatever aid possible to the men time occurred the following: ognized fashions of tho community to the school, asking if any one and women who como there. One j "X. The peoples of AuKtrln-Hun-- . v l,,at PlJso .hav'ns been part of the building gnry whow plnce among the nation where they live, and the same thing has been segI single ,n !v'dua,I a regated b ivo wish to nee safeguarded and as-- 1 is true in regard to tho pupils in brokfn as a ward for visitors who any Tliey agreed had fall ill, nrel. should bo accorded the freest your school. The trouble is that and two nurses are conopportunity of nutonommia not I had not known of its viola- - stantly on duty. in too many places tho fashion ment.' among pupils is lo see how dis- tion. I thanked them for the man".Since that fentencc wna written ner in which they had freed me orderly they can be and "get by and uttered to the congress of th from the necessity of being a with it." They feel no personal re- I'nlted States, the gorrrnment of the man. and went on with my work. United Stotes haa recognised that n tJi'i'iioiuiinj lira 1HU rV i J KJJ I KUttlli' T , 'ad . i tho boys up on my side iinM Ktnte of belligerency exlMa between ment, and, as a result, never think , by PJ"ling them to see that they and the Oerman the Czecho-Slovsr jt. M o. empire and and " W"1 to the school.. They feel that it is. W.'ro nntlonal counthnt the Oecho-Slnva. dioniVr. and (hat to "play fair v. tviiir kJ vuuuvi utu wiiij v i bt. is u cil la n de facto belligerent governmust The Yanks sra buying other i af in limit tinlnn rl I a a with the annoyingfellows they bond. It' not ment clothed with proper authority to conducL hifnra stP 'he enough pec ful etc. Tho problem direct the military and political afFor them to live and die and suffer' It hns alfairs of the the teacher ,n such cases then I ' , all conclusion3 and make olher so recognized In the fullrat manner to change tho fashion. Let me tell The agony of living death. They the Justice of the nationalistic aspiraan incident that occurred soino' know for freedom. tions of the ? Dejects Austrian Plea. Jut what their comrade die for fled Cross has of the American RED CROSS NEWS GRENADES when they fall. "The president Is, therefore, no longfounded tho American Nurses' Club i er at liberty to accept the mere 'autonPrivate Jean Fourman, of Newat i2 Grosvonor Place, London. They know It meaning to u here at' omy' of these peoples as n basis of York, is known as tho "Red Cross 'fnj3 j3 intended to be nurses' headhome. peace, hut Is obliged to tnxlst that man" at the Amorican Military quarters in England. They know the menace of the Pru-thoy, nnd nut he, shall be the Judges Hospital No. 1, where he is con- (Ian He of what nctlon on the part of the volcsoing. A cross on his back, tho government will satisThe Countess of Granard, former- - To all the world and all the race to marK of two piecos of slirapnel, will iy nS3 Beatrice Willoy. New York, fy their nsplrntlona nnd their concepcorns. If anyone thinks there Is no competition amongst tion of their rlghta and destiny as be a lifo-loscar. They know Jurt what they're fight. has BjVOn un a floor of Forbes House the big packers he ought to go through a day's members of the family of nations. Ing ye, and why. to start an annex to the nurses' work with Swift & Company. "Accept, sir, tho renewed aKXurunees News just received from head- club. Bedrooms available for tho of my highest consideration. Let him begin at the pens wcn the live stock quarters reports that tho Germans use of members at the nominal And, therefore, while they offer life, "HOHKIIT LANSING." comes tn; let him try to buy a nice bunch of fat they cry, homed a children's ambulance be- charge of half a dollar a night, thea Text of Austrian Note. steers quietly and at his own price without some"lt' not enough. Not now. If we longing to tho Amorican Fund for tre tickets are often put al tho dig In nnnoundng hla reply. Secretary body's bidding against him. can aid Fronoh wounded at Toul. posal of mcmbors, and the comrnitteo In Lansing also made public the official Let him realize the scrupulous care taken at the other ways, w must. We know note. It text of the in charco arranges for drives and the need plant that not one thing is lost or wasted in order vegotablos. A soup containing follows: may be held to a minimum. Of gun a well at live In our that costs "Legation of Sweden. Washington, grain, and a bit of Amorican beol olub is financed by tho American crusade. Let him go up into the office where market I). 0.. Oct. 7. 1018 (Trunolntlon.) provos. nfter careful experimenting lied Cross. reports are coming in, and reports of what other Excellency : Ily order of my government by tho A. II. C, Just right lo suit "We like our pay, but we can let It go to I have the honor confidentially concerns are doing. tho growing, children refugees from Asia Minor Greok For such a thing aa this. We'll do trwiMiilt herewith to you the following Let him watch the director of the Swift Refrigof Italy. It, too. are collcoted in largo numbers in of the Imperial nnd communication erator fleet, maneuvering it over the face of the tho island of Mytileno and aro suf- And If the folk at home can't raise royal government of country like a fleet of battleships at sex Whon the Italian children of fering from a postilontal fever. Tho enough tn the president of the United Htntcs Let him take n trip with a Swift & Company Tolfa sec n Red Cross automobilo Red Cross has been sent to their of America: We'll borrow aome to bring those try to sell a few orders of taeaU salesman and monarchy, loaded with supples coming their aid. and public attention is being "The billion through." which liaH waged war always and Hol'e-l- y Let him stay at a branch house for an hour way, thoy instantaneously sing tho called to tho need. ns n defensive war. nnd repeatedly Oh yes, the Yank are buying. We or two and see the retail meat dealers drive their Banner" in tholr given documentary evidence of Its osn rest bargains to the last penny as they shop around natlvo tonguo to rollovo tholr WORLD NEWS rendlneas to atop the shedding of blood among the packers' branch houses, the wholesale And know they'll make up what we (Continued from Ftgt One) nnd to arrive at a Just and honorable don't provide. dealers, and the local packing plants. ready begun tho procoss of computpence, hereby addresses Itself to his ing the Ios9 that has been suffered If we can let them, then lefa hope the And then, when the day is over, let him have lordship, the president of the United A "Oigi" in other words, an Italidead accounting department, where half an hour in the States of America, and offers to conan doughboy with three sorviro by the German destruction of propKnew not those whom they died for he can see for himself on what small profits the clude with him and his allies an armisfitripos, ontored tho A. H. C. head- erty. Th) hill Is sure to bo a largo ere they dledl business is done. (Less than 4 cents on each dollar tice on every front on land, at sen, nnd quarters at Ancona, Italy, tho othor ono. It is gonorally expected that In the air and to enter Immediately ot sales.) Lucy Jeanne Price. Gerrnnny will bo compelled to mako Hill lint linvn flint nntuml flnv. upon negotiations for n peaco for If he still thinks there is no ccsnpetitJan lo thm Italian rush of words; ho spoko in?00'1,fr 'er Policy of devastation which the fourteen luilnta In tho mesmeat business it will be becaotae be wants to4fak so. in Do gimn- tiling havo n nervous Jumblo of Italian. Ho sage of President Wilson to congress Study Mathematics. of January 8, IfllR, mid I lie fonr tho lied Cross for the help pen("1. for w,,ioh no Inono' Payment There Is no brunch of solid knowl& points contained In President Wilson's which had been givon his sister's can alon0, edge that If) not based on mathematics. uddress of February 12, 1018, nhould " family whon thoy lied from tho That Is truo of electricity In a very serve ns a foundation In which tho n,onna!1 consul in sl'aln ,,as notable degree. It Is true of physics, bloodthirsty Auslrinns. Ho ended, V', viewpoints declared by President WilHollvored over to that country mechanics and ull tho urts of construcJ"" r shnll nkvnv. thin,, nc ..n.. n,i i, son In his address of September 27, vcsscl, In complianco tion. And there la no man whoso grateful to you. Excuse mo"-- and 1018, will also he taken Into 00000111. I wiui tno agrccmeni to surrender a thinking Is as true, unwavering, direct, n,i "Ho pleased to accpt. etc. la every Spanish vessel sunk clear and straight to tho point nsget snip ior "W. A. K. KKKVdltKN. that of the mathematician. To by hor submarines. It has taken "Ills excellency, Mr. Hubert Lana-!ocobwebs out of your brain study any To meet tho need of American a long tlmo to secretary of rtato of the United bring uuwul. such branch of mathematics. nurses In Franco tho London Chanter . , Btates, WukhlugtOD." nnu mis is tno first caso of lis fulfillment. School News from Various Departments GETS WILSON epi-dom- a ' autoo-evldentl- ' no-llfl- rd. w.T a 8"7 i,. et ' ' tn-iii- "J1 ' 7" -f- iot ... " ... in..i AuKtrla-Humrar- y Kovi-rntne- , AtiKtro-Ilungnrla- n gori-rnme- le-cb- over-flowi- ng ' The Yanks Are .... H..I-n.i.,v n-.- t Buying Bonds AuMro-IIiingnrla- n k 1 1 .j ....,.. Czecho-SIovak- Jugo-Slav- a 1 Do You Think There is No Competition? ng Austro-Ilungnrfa- n half-starv- ed j Atistrla-IIungHr- y j AtiHtro-Hongarla- n "Star-Spangl- ed j My hap-thank- ed Swift Company, U. S. A. I g. uKrix-iiiuiii- V Oclobor 2, 19IR. THE CITIZEN conscience, If t may Erng nbonl hov-In- g one nnd I thought one of thn lieutenants wns Just about to grin nt ma sevcrnl times, but wo never liehid nny more nbout It, or nny moro yarns from Page Hire rielghCorfiood Inylng for tho sccondl .. ship with another torpedo. Hut one Ht BLUE TRIANGLE of tho Hrltlsh trawlers went to the nsslstnnco of tho Triumph to pick up UN BABEL S TOWER tho crew. I.ucln pulled hei shnwl farther Wo could seo tho crow Jumping Into tho water. Then wo breezed out "Toss her fsce nnd shrank down nn townrd tlio horizon, full speed nhend. All nbout the Triumph was n cloud ol black smoke, but when wo looked through tho glass wo could sco sho wai, going down. Then our guns began to' bombard tho Turkish positions nnd 1 had to get busy. When I saw tht Triumph again sho wns bottom up. Sho must have floated upsldo down for nlmostlialf an hour, then she went down ns though thero was somcbodj on thcVbottom pulling her. When she went our Old Mnn banged slntlnn plnlform bench ns tho solid figure suddenly bent down over Excitedly she shook her hend In answer to tho question thnt she could understand. She senrched through her red plnld wnlst for the pnpor that Tony hnd folded Into a llttlo squnre nn,l Klvp' her. The writing on It, ,n 'he English thnt Tony know nnd she 'N'1 no'i l(l Ihe house where she lived. tony Unci explained It nil to her Hint morning. He hnd told It to her ngnln nt the stntlnn. Then, wnvlng his lint, he hnd disappeared Into the train wllk the rest of the men, nnd Lucia had been left stnndlng oueslde the gate. There were crowds of women pushing nil nbout her. They were weeping. So Lucln wept, too. Lucln hnd been betrothed to Tony In the old country. Five years liefore, with n long ticket for New York pinned Into his Inside pocket, her lover hnd left her. He wrote In every letter Hint he hnd made her n home In the new country. Her dowry money hnd flnnlly provided her own transportation, nnd for two months Tony nnd she hnd been mnrrled. Then ho hnd drawn n ticket with a number on It nnd this morning he hnd gone off to war, To the policeman Lucln told ntHhcsc thineIn rapid Itnllan. Hut the policeman only talked back to her ns rapidly In a language that wns not ltnllnn. She followed him dumbly to headquarters. An hour Inter a worn-n- n wenrlng American clothes gently begun tntklng to her In beautiful Italian. ltnllnn Lucln wns only one of thouwomen, Syrians, sands of foreign-borItalians, Armenians, ltusslnns, Lithuanians, Tollsh, who, when the draft culled their men folk to the American colors, asked In helpless confusion what It wns nil nbout. When would their men bo bnck? Whnt did people menn when they told them they would receive money through the mnllT Where could they find work thnt they knew how to do? Wns there no one who could explain It nil to them in their own Inngungo? The Y. W. C. A. wns ready to offer oslstnnce, but It would bo of no vnlue to offer It In English. Consequently It had to supply n corps of women who womnn could tnlk to the foreign-bornt her own door In the language thnt she was used to hearing in the homeland. To teach her English wns ns essential n fnctor In her Americanization as to And her a Job. Therefore the wnr council of the Y. W. C. A. set out to find her English. A yenr before the wnr legnn In the lenders of the Young Wom-nn- 's Christian association foresaw Just such n situation, and made rendy to meet It. They studied the needs of the Immigrant They trained skilled American soclnl workers to become with tlie home habits and to speak the language of the Lett nnd the Hungnrlnn nnd the Greek nnd the other foreign mothers who brought nnd bundles over from Ellis Island to Rattery park. The orgnnlzntlon Into which this experiment has developed wns nnmed by the Y. W. C. A. nntlonnl board. "Tho International Institute for Young Women." In terms which these women enn understnnd, It Is teaching the foreign-borhow to sew nnd cook nnd enre for the bnby. To girls like ltnllnn Lucln. who confusedly lingered or tho station pint-forwhen tho draft trams pulled out the W. Y. C. A. Is giving direct assistance. Educated European women, nppolnted to the regulnr stnfT of workers nt the ennip Y. W. C. A. Hostesf Houses nre nble to tnlk to the drafted men In their own language, assist them In writing letters home, nnd In nr rnnglng furloughs nnd little visits to the enmp. 'The Home Information Service for Foreign Families of Enlisted Men" Is doing prnctlcnl relief work for tho wives nnd mothers. The purpose of the hoard Is to help the women folk loft behind to understand where their boys aro and how they nre being trent-ehow they need homo support and cheer, how to send them comforts, and to keep pace themselves by learning English nnd other tilings, so thnt when the boys come home they will not Ond their women still very nnd out of sympathy with them. bulletins have Food conservation been translated Into 18 or 10 languages. At the factories and munition plants Interpreters aro available for tho speaking women by whom the real war Industries of the country nre being lnrgely carried on. In 25 Important cities International Institute Bureaus nre training American and foreign women for full time social service work with foreigners. Twenty-fou- r trained women are employed on the national and district Held staff of the Y. W. O. A. On Juno 15 there were 105 trained women working at Americanization. When more thnn 75.000 Chicago men filled out their blue curds for ttw September 12 draft, (lung Luu Wong at onu precinct bringing with him Mrs. Gung Wong and tho three All flvo wished to register. children. The enrolling clerk explained, hut tha Gang Luo Wongs make many broken Chinese remonstrances before the master of tho family was Induced to sign a card without his wife. Mrs. Wong could not' speak English. What would his family do In a strange country If Gang Luo went to war? All over the United States Chinese and Poles and Serbs were asking the same question. It Is to Just such needs that the War Council of the Y. M. O. A. Is orgaa-tse- d j to give ussUtance. w JL DOT Albert KDepew. vviiNiNct 8YNOP8IS. N. Drpew. author C.I.IAr7'nri story, Unltol Hlates navy, serving rnllsta In Die anj ultalnlnK four years lim rank of chief potty officer, a gunner, '-- n a. .1 uc ur ; 1 ass I nt a a w c'N,n . UAI CROIX ILfc5HIP CASSAFsD ' DE GUERRE 77 . Of tlie 'yA nrat-claa- , discharged foon froin the navy ami lie sails for with a determination to enlist. Franca CItAITKH Ilt-Join, the Foreign Lesion and Is nsslKned to the druailnaURlit g iRssard. where hla marksmanship win lm?-TZX.Mm high honors. CIIA1TKII la detached from nla ship and sent with a reKlinent of the to 1 landers where he soon flnda hlin.ulf in the front line trenched. lIe CHAITKIt Is detailed to the nr- ne .!!!? r.f the '(. a", the wonderful aciiuaintnnre of that French guna tOT ,no n"le" ..'.y.V,.,n? ninny ' a battlefield, lief lire any action, ho Is ordered hark, to hla regiment In the uuui mi irencnes. CIIAPTKll room the top" and "geta" Ida llrat German"over barIn a onet fight company takes part CHAPTKH Vlt-I- Ila In another raid on tho Uerman trenchea and shortly afterward nsslsta In stopping a fierce iharce of tho Huns, who are mowed down oa they crosa No Man'a Land. CHAITKR VIII-B- ent to Dlxmude with dispatches, Is caught In a Zeppelin raid, but escapes unhurt. CHAJTEiriX-I- le la shot through the thigh In a brush with the Germans and Is sent to a hospital, where he quickly "Un Homme a la Merl" recovers. tlio man really was overboard, because CHAITKIt back to sea duly. Depew rejoins tho Oisaard, which makes he paw that the wnve would get him. several trips to tho Uurdiuielles aa a conI rushed back to the port bow nnd voy. The Cassard Is almost battered to pieces by tho Turkish batteries. looked back, for the wave had carried hi in clear ncross the decks, und saw CHAPTER XI. the poor lad In tho wnter, trying to fend himself o(T from the ship's side. Action at the Dardanelles. I mode twelve trlp.i to the Darda- Hut It was no go, nnd the port pronelles In all, tlio Cnssnrd nctlng gen- peller bludes Juft curved him Into bits. On our homeward voynge we re- erally a!) convoy to troop ships, but one trip wns much like another, nnil ' celved word ngnln by wireless that I ennnot remember nil the details, so thero were Zeppelins nt sea. Wo did I will give only cwtnln Incidents of ' not believe this und It proved to he the voyages tlint you might find Inter- untrue. Hut there wero other stories esting. Wo never put Into tlio Dordn- - I und tnller ones, told us by one of tho nclles without being under Arc but wireless operators, that some of the besides Raying ho, whnt Is there to garbles believed. This chap wns tho write nbout In that? It was Interest real original Huron Munchausen when ing enough nt the time, though, you It came to yarning, and for a while he had tue going too. He would whisper can take It from met Coming up to "V" beach on our some startling tale to us and make us third trip to tho Dardanelles, the promise not to tell, ns ho hnd picked wenther was as nasty ns any I have It froml'iotne other ship's message, and him ever seen. Tho niln was sweeping the Old Mnn would spread-eaglalong In sheets great big drop, and If he found It out. They probably driven by the wind In regular volleys. would have logged him, at that, If they You could sea tho wind coming, by the bad known he was tilling us full of lino of white against a swell where wind Uie way he did. lie told me one time thnt Ilenry tho drops hit. As we rounded the point, the seat Ford hnd Invented something or other got choppier, nnd thero were cross for locating subs miles away, und also currents bucking the shin from every another device thut would draw the angle. It seemed. You could not see sub right up to It nnd swallow It two hundred yards awny, the rain whole. He had n lot of other ynrns that I cannot remember, but I did not believe him becnuso I saw ho was picking out certain men to tell certnln yarns to that Is, spinning them where they would ho more sure of being believed und not Just spinning them He lSIIA.,7KI ,IT,,.9 lis U honorably ' . ' our wireless friend. The fourth voyage wns pretty rough, too. Tho old girl would stick her nose Into the kciw nnd mnny times I thought she would forget to come nut. Wo hnd n lot of sand piled up against tho whcelhouse nnd nftcr wo dived pretty deep one time nnd bucked out slowly, there wns not n grnln of sand left. It looked like tlio cn wns Just kidding us, for wo were nlmost Into quiet wnter, nnd hero It hnd Just tnken one sen aboard to clean up the sand we carried all tho way from Brest. During tho whole voyago yon conld not get nenr the galley, which was whero our wireless friend hung out when he could. The pnns nnd dixies hnnglng on the wall stood strnlght out when the ship pitched, nnd several heavy ones enme down on n cook's bond while be wns sitting tinder them during a heovy sea. Thnt made him superstitious, too, nnd ho disappeared and was not found for two dnys. Hut ho was n Inndsmnn nnd not used to heavy wenther. When we got to the Onlllpoll penln-sul- n the fifth time our battle fleet nnd transports Iny off the strnlts. We could not rench the little luirbor on the Turkish coiiHt, but the whole Ilect felt happy nnd fairly confident of vie- tory. Wo lny ofT Cnpe Ilelles, nnd It was thero we received the news Hint I ttmr.t lljtr.i Itlittin pinna n.nnml Ollirnltnr. Then they were reported off Malta. We got the news from Ilrlt- mwl ..til. lh cers said the subs could not reach the Dardanelles without putting In some- whero for n fresh supply of fuel, and thut the allied Ilects were on the look-- i ou; nt every place where tho subs might try to put In. Hut they got there Just the sumc. Then he Hrltlsh euperdrendnntight r '' her. "I Saw H. M. 8. Goliath Get It" destroyer slghteil the sub al Tie samG time, nnd the Prince George let go two rounds before the perlscopo disappeared, but did not hit the mark. Transports, battleships nnd cruisers were thick around there, all nt anchor, nnd It wus n grent placo for u sub to be. V-- lni.,.rt. . l pew J Ik-pe- i "She'll get through. Nothing will stop v,. r."!?.?.100.''. mf JSnTJ f i rVuiL w,0rrr, ' n" ? . I . . iw mui i ff ot.1.a . 0"I,lb"1? .np,enh.0."nd. ii Mm. waw uiinifj'. lie Mim. wiiai ilA,l,flnrs """ ..i , lum .,. ' vn mine. dlrtv trlrk " wM.n .i... HI don't mind tellln' you," ho said, "that 111 was scared cold nt first And then HI thinks of what 'Oly Joe' (the chaplain) told us one service. 'Hln times of dynger, look hupwards, 'e says. So III looks hupwards, and blimey hlf there wnsn't a bally plane bombs hon us. 'What price hupwnrd looks, Oly Joe?' I sings out but ho weren't nowhere near. Hlarst me. there weren't nowhere you could look without doln ycr bloody heye n rf ..7i a.il.i.m Jn nn , ,J e rrwbi.h i. ........... on both shores opened right on They bad IdenI positions, and wcro banging away In great Btyle. the water was simply thick mines, nnd for nil unybody knew, th " fi. ...1. nnr,inii. " r 1. ..i.. 1. 1 ina her. they And with with X N JI r s j .x f GALLIPOLIanatks DARDANELLES was so thick, and tho combers were breaking over our bows three a minute. Tho const hero Is pretty dangerous, so wo went In very slowly nnd had tho sounding line going until Its whlr-r-r-- r sounded louder than a machine gun In action. I was on the stnrboard bow at the tlmo and bad turned to watch somo garbles poking nt tho scuppers to drain the wnter off tho deck. Hut tho scuppers had been plugged nnd they were having a hard tlmo of It. Tho olllccr ou tho bridge, In oilskins, wns walking up and down, wiping off the business end of his telescopo nud trying to dodge tho rnln. All of the garbles but one left the scuppers on tho starboard side and started across decks to port. The other chap kept on fooling around tho scuppers. Then I saw a big wave coming for us, Just off the sturboard bow nnd I grabbed hold of a Htiinchlon unil took u deep breuth und held on. When my head showed above wnter ugaln the other end of tho wuve wits Just pusslug over tho pluce where tho garbles had been, and tho olllcer was shouting, "Un homme a lu merl" He shouted before right, but they never got pust the Narrows. They stuck until the last minute though, und those who went up, went up with tho tight spirit "Aro wo downhearted?" they would not, cither. I got pretty tired of this stuff yell. - "No I" And they were. . So ... . . un. after n while nnd when we put out x..ej- ,u noi oriig wueii uicy iui i uur v from Urest on the fourth voyago I .. . .. . i, i...,, . um... got this fellow on deck In rough mw,.... ,nuuo " w " wenther nnd began talking to him K ubout the chap who had gone over, . ', . , u" Tl board the time before and hnd been " . uuui ii.u ii.m. riea n .mines, out 1 cut up by the propeller. I pretended . 0 not neuevo tiiere was ever an urmy thnt, of course, ho knew all ubout It that the Old Man had hnd this gurby like that of the allies In the (lulllpoll pushed overboard because he was too campaign, and I do not think any free with his mouth. Hut this did not seem to do any good, so I hnd to think did. I take off my hut to tho Hrltlsh army and navy after that up another way. It was hotter than I have ever When wo were out two dnys I got hold of our prize liar ngnln. I figured known It to bo elsewhere, and thero thnt ho would be superstitious und I was no wnter ior tho boys ashore but was right. I said thut of course ho whnt tho navy brought to thfm someknew that a ship could not draw near times 11 pint n day, and often nono ut Cupo Ilelles and get away again un all. The Turks had positions that you less ut least one man was lost, or that. could not expect any army to take, If It did get uwny, thero would be wero well supplied with ammunition .many casualties aboard. I said It had und wero used to tho country and the ulways been that way and claimed climate. Most of the Hrltlsh army thut the Old Mun hnd pushed tills wcro green troops. It was tho Anzacs' gurby overboard becauso someono had first campaign. to go. I suld on our other trips no lav, uro wonuenui ooys, ineso one bad been sucrlllced and thut was Australians and New Zoalandera. tho reason wo had suffered so much, urcui uik men, uu ui uieiu, uuu uueiy and that the Old Man had been called built, and they fought ltko devils. It work half tho time; down by the French minister of tho was navy. I told him the Old Man would hardly nny Bleep, no water, sometimes ! pick on whatever gurby ho thought no food. They made a mark there at ho could best spare. Galllpoll that tho world will have to That was all I had to tell him. Ei- go some to beat ther ho thought the Old Man knew of Our bovs were on tho lob. too. We his yarning or else he did not think held our part of tho works until tlio ' himself of much account, for he dis- uujd vauig uuu w iui cicijuuuj ,A 1U1L, nn.i appeared that very watch und wo did It was no picnic. Tho French should not see htm agnln until we were on bo very proud of tho work their navy tho homeward voyage und a steward dldf thoro In the Dardanelles. happened to dig Into u provision hold. On our sixth trip I saw IL M. 8. . Thero was our lying friend, with a a life belt on, another tinder his hend, n.ti..iL gei u rit was BirucK lureo uuuuui iu nno and tho bight of a ropy uround his times by torpedoes nnd then shelled. waist, fast asleep. Why he had tho The men wero floundering around In rope I do not know, but ho was scared tho wuter, with shrapnel cutting the to death nnd thought we wero going waves all around them. Cnly a hunto chuck him overboard at once. I dred odd of her crew wero saved. One day, off Cupe Ilelles, during think he must have told the officers everything, becauso I notlcod them our seventh trick ut the Dardanelles, looking pretty hard at me or at least we sighted a sub periscope Just about I thought I djd i maybe It. wnsmy dinner time. The l'rlnce George and a uny-wher- e. 1 subs. Yet tho old Llrzlo sailed right along, with her band up on the main deck playing, "Everybody's Doing It." It mudc you feel shivery along the spine, and believe me, they got a grent hnnd from the whole fleet They say her Old Man told the boys ho was going to drlvo right nhend nnd thnt If the ship was sunk he would know that the enemy wns somewhere In tho vicinity. Well, they wcro headed ' ... i hand-to-han- d a. a. 1 I In no tlmo at nil the destroyers cnpe. Tho sen wns crowded with men breezed out with their talis In tho swimming nnd drowning. I saw a lifeB ' "".u boat crowded with men nnd other men 7' tlie lnrKr sl'Il,S-"""""J" ixmiX n,R" In tho wnter hanging onto her, nnd and low, nil over. the spot where she thero wero so mnny hanging on that had been sighted nnd nil nround It, they started to pull her under. Of thinking to rnm It or bring It to the their own nccord the men in the water surface, so we could take a crack nt let go to save those In tho boat Most It All the rest of the fleet battle- of them wcro drowned. ships and transports weighed anchor The Mnjestlc listed so thnt the men at once nnd steamed nhend at full could not stnnd on deck, nnd the sides wcro covered with men hnnglng on , h, h to ropes nnd not knowing whether """ns P would have thought the to Jump Into the 6en or not Wo lowFwnch navies hnd gone ered nil our lifeboats and steam UrI8 We did not have nny fixed launches, and so did the other ships. ere steaming as fast as Wo picked up a number of the crew course' wo could In circles nnd half circles, and were pretty close to the Mnjestlc and dashing madly from port to star when she went down like a rock. As W(J wcro not K0,nB t0 now she went down she turned over and boar(1 thnt sub to get u straight shot at us, n garby ran along her side to the ram hut we nlmost rammed ourselves at her bow nnd got on It without even being wet A bont picked him up oft doing It It wns n case of chase-tal- l tho ram, which stuck out of the water for ery ship In the fleet Hut the sub did not show Itself after the ship had ceased to settle. ngatn that day, and we anchored She had torpedo nets on her sldesT aguln. That night while the destroy and many of the crew were unable to era were around the ships, we slipped get clear of tho nets and went down our cables and patrolled the coast with her. Quite a lot were caught along the Australian position at Gaba below decks and had no possible chance to escape. There wns a big Tepe, but wo did not anchor. The following day tho Albion went explosion us she went under probably ashore In the fog, south of Gaba Tepe, tho boilers bursting. Thousands of ,nnd,ns soon lV tl,e fo5 uned tlie Turks troops on shore and thousands of avo U t0 her hot- - A sailors on the ships saw the final 0 Td S Turkl" hP 0' "P nnd. with any plunge, and It was a sight to rememklnd ot Runnery, could have raked her ber. When the ship started to go, tho fore and aft, but the Turks must Old Man rushed back to his cabin, sense, and destroyed it hnvc been pretty , U1L J U11IJT KUl. shy of gun Ul'iUlU got the signal booklives of two of his , , t.1. Also, ho saved the 111 1111 ltl men. they were driven off by II. M. S. We gave dry c nthes and brandy and which has made such a fine coffee to the LiUeys wo rescued, and record In this war. Then the Canopus pulled In close to though they hnd Just como through the Albion, got a wire hawser aboard, something pretty tough, they were and attempted to tow her out under calm nnd cool and started talking right n heavy fire, but as soon ns she started away about what ship they would pulling, the cuble snapped. The crew probubly bo assigned to next. of the Albion were ordered aft and (To be'Continuea) Jumped up on the quarter deck to try and shift the bow off the bank. At the same time the fore turret and guns opened up a the fore hot fire on tho Turkish positions to lighter the ship and elilft her by the concussions of tho guns. For n long REAL AMERICANIZATION. time they could not budge her. Then tho Canopus got nnother hawser "Make the United States a Ono Lanaboard and, with guns going and the guage Nntlon" Is the watchword adoptcrew Jumping and the Canopus pulling, ed by the National Security League for the old Albion finally slid off and both one of the great divisions of Its work, ships backed Into deep water with directed by a Committee on Foreign little harm done to either. Then they Language and Foreign Tress. This I returned to their old anchorages. committee Is devoting its attention nt ow wns wIde- - tho present time townrd obtaining the At c"p IleIlcs nwnke- - We were all on tho lookout elimination of the teaching of German for subs und you could not find one In tho public schools of tho country napping. Anything at nil passed and the discontinuance of newspapers for a periscope tins, barrels, spars, printed In German. Tho thought back T)em, horgcs KenerajIy float ln the of this effort of the Security League, wa,cp wUn nnd however, ns set forth by Col. Charles foot 6tIcklng we a tIpj0 when E. Lydecker, president of tho League, tho uIarm u wns on, gome oI(1 nn 0Q hu to In a recent Interview goes fur beyond Davy's locker. enemy alien considerations. "It Is the duty of every citizen to On tho Cassard tho Old Man posted u reward of 50 francs for tlie first man know the English tongue," says Colowho sighted a periscope. This was u nel Lydecker. "To refuse to lenrn It Is good Idea," but believe me ho would to fling detlanco nt the nation. To neghave had trouble making the uwnrd, lect to learn It Is voluntarily to remain for every man on the slUp would be unfit for tho duties of American citisuro to seo It at the sumo time. Rich zenship. We aro Justified In expecting man felt sure he would be the man to open und loyal conduct, and wo claim were the right to Insist upon this. Ameri get the reward. The londed and ready for action on n sec- canization renlly means education. If ond's notice. Hut tho reward was we educate our people properly we shall make true Americans of our citi never claimed. Americans of whatever During our eighth trick off Cape zens In knowledge ofblood,principles wise tho of Ilelles I was umldshlps In tho gulley democracy and truo In heart for fairwhcn j ,lcarj our two 14.p0undcrs B0 ness and generosity between men. off ulmoat nt tno Bamo Umo Every. Great patience has been exercised In body run for his station. Going up our efforts to convince the foreigners. tlio main deck to my turret a mnn told In tho case of those not now couvlnced mo It wus a sub ou tho port bow, but Justice to the cause for which we fight I only caught n glimpse of the llttlo demands stronger measures. They whirlpool where her periscope sub must bo compelled to convince them merged. I do not know why she did selves of tho vuluo aud the Justice of not let loose a torpedo nt us. Tho American Ideus, nnd this requires u otllcers suld she wus trying to make kuowledgo of the English luuguuge." the entrance to tlie Dardanelles and All tho urguments on that so fre came up blind among our ships and quently nebulous term "AmericanizaI tion" would seem to be summed up was scared off by our guns, but thought we hud Just escaped by the here. What could be simpler or more skin of our teeth. Later on our de- common-sensibl- e than that a mtn to stroyers claimed to have sighted her fully appreciate iaerkia wmI kMK ofj qud rr;ei)e Its unguaie! Can-opus, six-inc- h his telephone on the bridge rntl nnrt sworo nt the Huns and Turks nnd broko his telescopo lens to bits. About fifty from the Triumph were lost. It wns decided that the place was too hot for us with that sub running loose, nnd when they reported thnt afternoon thnt she wns ranking her wny south from Gnba Tepo to Cape Ilelles all of tho fleet hut the Majestic got under way, and the Majestic was the only ship left off tho cape. They snld the Mnjestlc wns then tho oldest of tho ships In thnt campnlgn, but she was the pride of tho Hrltlsh fleet Just the snine. She was torpedoed off Cnpe Ilelles Inter on, when thero were n number of oft the men-of-w- 1 n En-rop- e, bn-bt- EDITORIAL n ery d; ed 1 At noon wo wero at mess when one of the boys yelled, "Sho's hit" and we all rushed on deck. Thero wus the Hrltlsh ship, Triumph, torpedoed aud listing away over to starboard. She was ready to turn over in a fow minutes. One battleship Is not supposed to go to tho assistance of unother one that has been torpedoed, becauso the chances are, the . sub la stMl In the generations that they rurely set seeds. The common potato Is rapidly passing Into the same class, while the banana Is said to set no seeds, no matter how favorable conditions are. No Longer Set Seeds. Sweet potatoes are un example of tho class .of plants that have been propagated vegetutlvcly for so many Page Four. If wo tub crnziw October 24, 1018. LOCAL PAGE NEWS OF BEREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED VARIETY OP SOURCES FROM A liotli will burn coal or wood. Ono Scientific horse shoeing, line Iron is a "Colo's Hot Blast," tho other a work anil repairs of all descriptions smaller size. Inquire of C. S. Knight, Jackson Street, at the College wacksmitn snop, Mr. Andrew Isaac, who was very Main Street, north of The Citiicn ill at the Robinson Hospital, is now Office. We Sell lials and sell them right. ad. Mrs. Laura Jones. sent to All Christmas presents Best Blacksmithing For Sale, Cheap Two healers; soldiers "overseas" must be sent through Fled Cross Chapters. See full particulars on page G. Tor Sale At once, Automobilo Trailer and Feed Cutter; also kitchen rr.nge. Mrs. B. V. Hart, Jackson St. J. L. Ambrose is spending a few days hero with his family. He has been Jtloing construction work at tho powder plants in West Virginia for the last few months. Mr. Edgar E. Wyatt, who is emspent Sun-- J ployed at Grayson, day here with his wife. lino 'of tailored An dress and sport hats; best quality for least money. (Ad) E"a Walden Mr. and Mrs. Mark Baird, of nearj Hr.milton, 0, came to Berca on their! honoy-moo- n trip and wpro visiting their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. George Dick, the first of tho week. Mr. V. D. Jone?. of Lexington, was in Herea, Monday. G. T. Spencer has returned from a two weeks' vacation. He spent a day with B. W. Hart, in his new home, near Anniston, Ala.; also visited the. Berca people at Aberdeen and West Point, Miss, and spent several days at his former homo in Knoxville, Tenn. Ho reports a most enjoyable trip. Sale at Laura Jones' store. Every bat in my big stock (Ad) reduced for 10 days. Como! See those beautiful sailors in best style and latest colors at (Ad) Eva Walden's Mr. Ed. Fothergill, who has been 'ill with the influenza, is on the road to recovery. Mrs. Dick and son, Arthur, have returned from several weeks' visit in Omaha, Neb., with her sister, Mrs. James Kinnard. Mr. Samuel ClarK, who has been doing carpentry work at Camp Knox, Stithton, Ky is visiting homo folks for a few days. All hats reduced at Laura Jones' store. Big stock to be sold. Come before they arc picked over; get (Ad) your choice. Mrs. C. H. Robinson and son, Leonard,, and daughter, Alfa, are confined to their homo on Chestnut Street with influenza. Virgil Viars went to Richmond, Tuesday, for physical examination for tho army. Ho was rejected on account of his weight, be weighing only 101 pounds. Mr. William Hanson, of Lexington, was in town, Friday In these bewitching and charming creations, you'll seo tho new Fall and Winter exemplified in their simplicity and distinctive beauty. (Ad-1Fish's K, Mid-Seas- on able to be out again among friends. Liltlo Anna Robinson entertained quite n few of her friends, Salur day afternoon, from three o'clock to five o'clock, celebrating her fourth birthday. Jako Hcrndon, Jr., rclurno I, Mon day, to Lexington, after a briof fur lough home last week. Wo havo tho best lino of child ren's tarns, hats and caps in town, and wo sell them right Call and bo (ad) Eva Walden convinced. Mr. Woodward, of London, relieved Mr. Marion oliastcrn. Hr-s- t trick operator at the L. A. N Sta tion, "Sunday, for a few days. Tw0 men in tho S. A. T. C at Danvillo have died of tho Spanish Influenza. Friends of Mrs. W. H. Duncan will be glad to know that she is able to be out again. For Sale My farm containing 42 acres; good four .room cottage; barn, chicken bouse, etc. About seven acres in meadow; about four or five acres in woods; rest of farm Is all tillable land. This farm is off Dixie Highway about of mile and about 2Vi miles from Berea. If interested inquire of John Bales, or sec me at meat market on Main street. (Ad) B. F. VanWinkle , Justus and Cecil Jackson, who have bad the influenza, arc able to be out again. Mrs. Arris Moore and son, James B who have been in the Robinson Hospital with influenza, were able to be brought to Mrs. Moore's mother, Mrs. J. H. Jackson, on Chestnut Street. Mr. D. N. Welch is ill at his homo on Chestnut Street, with tho "flu." Miss Hart, of Detroit, Mich, came Friday night to visia Mrs. D. P. Dea-to- n for a few days. Wanted Good Buttermilk for the Collego Bakery. We pay 12 cents a gallon for good quality. Seo Miss Sperry at Boarding Hall and arrange (Ad) for same. Jackson was unable to Justic answer the call of Uncle Sam, Monday, on account of his illness. Mr. Noel Mitchell was in Richmond, Saturday. Friday afternoon, at three o'clock, a troop train from the north passed through here, going to a Southern port. We receive each week from tho fashion centers the advance styles In hats. Seo them before you buy. (Ad) Eva Walden Mrs. Walter Englc, who has been very ill at the Robinson Hospital, is reported better. pent a few Mr. J. H. Jackson days witli family. Mrs. Bob Tcrriil, of Richmond, is 's. hero visiting tho home of tho Ta-tum- don't get that $000,000,000. Mrs, I,. C. Gabbard and daughter, Mrs. R. I,. Moore, spent from Tues day until Sunday with relatives at Wallacclon. Miss Mary Adams was called to Richmond last week on account of the illness of her sister, Grace. Mrs. Andrew Sharp and children were visited over Sunday by Mr. Sharps father nnd mother. Rev. E. B. English's mother, Mrs M. II. English, who has been ill for several week and not expected to live, passed away last Sunday at tin' home of her daughter, Mrs, Frank Lacey in Hopklifsville, Ky. Miss Alice Golden, who has been teaching at Mt. Vernon, is at home on account of tho influenza. Mrs. Carl Hunt, who underwent an operation a few days ago--, Is re covering very nicely. Mr. William E. Rix, Editor of The Citl7en. is confined to his home on Walunt Meadow Pike with influenza. Mr. E. I.. Roberts, Superintendent of the Printing Department, was also stricken down with influenza. MADISON MORE THAN MAXES GOOD COLLEGE WATER FOR NEIGHBORS There has been somo excitement Exceeds Her Quota by $70,000 Great credit is due County Chair man Robert R. Burnam and his co workers for the splendid finish which the County has made in tho Fourth Liberty Loan drive, which came to a cioso Sa'lurday last. Final returns aro not in, but Mrdison is far in excess of her quota and has gone "over tho top" almost $100,000. The figures, per haps a trifle inaccurate as to dol lars and cents but, if so, less than final returns will show, indicato that Madison made her subscription to tho Fourth Liberly Loan through the eight banks of the county, as follows: Berea's two banks $110,000 Waco Deposit Bank 23,500 Kirksville Farmers' Bank... 25,000 State Bank and Trust Co... .150,000 Madison National Bank.... 1JO.O0O Southern National Bank.... 110,000 103,000 Citizens National Bank Total $032,000 Mr. Burnam has given out th? following statement: I desire to say that I feci like every other patriotic citizen of Mad ison must feel, the greatest pride and pleasure in the final triumph of the Fourth Liberty Lorn. We ex ceeded our quota by over $70,000. I desire to thank all those who helped in the campaign. The enthusiasm came late, but it was unbounded. I wish to say in closing, that thero will be another issue and I hope the good pcoplo will com mence now, saving for it. We are all in the struggle to win and we will. Respectfully, Robert R. Burnam, County Chairman FOR SALE and " loud talking" over the supply of water given by the College to IU neighbors and it is said the Town Council so far forgot themselves as lo direct the marshal to commit n crimo which would have put him In tho penitentiary, A conference of the Prudential Commlltco of tho Collego nnd a number of citizens was held at the Vocational Chapel, where the situation was gone over as follows: First: Dr. Pearson gave tho money for the water works with tho distinct condition that it was for the uso of the Collego workers nnd students, and only such surplus as might exist should be nvailablo for others. Second: No ono was asked to lake College water. It has been given to ono nnd another of tho neighbors on their earnest request. Third: All knew tho liability that their water supply would bo cut off in any tlmo of scarcity, when thorc' was not enough for them and tho Collego both. Evcryono had subscribed to the printed condition: It is understood that in times of ac tual scarcity the Collego will uso all reasonable mnanr, by pumping and otherwise, to keep up the, supply, but that it will furnish its own buildings first, nnd cannot guarantee water supply." Fourth: Very great efforts havo been made to avoid scurcily of water, but scarcity comes by tho act of Divine Providence. Last winter there was a glaze of ico on the surface of tho ground when tho heavy rains fell, so that the water ran off on the surface instead of soaking the mountains and thus providing a summer supply as usual. Tho Collego accordingly dug a pool in Cowbell Hollow and erected there a pumpinghoue and engine so that additional water from springs lower than thoso In tho reservoirs might be pumped in. The Collego has also done its utmost in reducing its own use of water. But nil these means havo not prevented The Merits of k Bank When you choose your bank you expect: Safety for your deposits. Certainty of accommodation. Courteous and efficient handling of your banking transactions. membership in the Federal Reserve System, with the it gives of converting our commercial paper into cash, insures safety for your deposits, and certainty of all merited accommodation. The personnel of our directors, officers and staff Is your guaranty of courteous and efficient attention to your needs. ' OUR v Berea National Bank ssSYSTEMAl limited supply of water furnished to outsjdo parties will havo to bo further diminished, or even that all of us will bo thirsty before win ter. Next Spring wo must dig a proper number of cisterns in Berea. Every man has enough water falling from his own roof to givo abundant supply during tho fall weeks when the Collego water is scarce. Record of First Submarine. The submarine or rrrf like It appears to hare been In existence as long ago as the middle of the sixteenth century, If we may tnut the testimony of Olnus Mninius, bishop prelnte of Upsala. This has It that such vessels were used by pirates In Gruntland for the purpose of "making great holes In passing mer chant vessels." He asserts that the had seen two of them exhibited In the western porch of Uio cathedral of St. rlcht-reveren- Jno. F. Dean J. W. Herndon DEALERS IN REAL ESTATE Berea, Kentntky Wo linvo for sale some modest cbttages In Herea at from $800 lo $1,000; somo better ones at 'from $1,200 to $1,500; somo elegant houses at from $5,000 to $10,000; somo unimproved land at $15 to $20 an acre; some better at 9(0 to $50 ; somo lino farms at from $70 to $150 according-timprovements and location; a new lintel in tho business portion of tho city for salo or rent; ono hundred and eighty acres adjoining the town that we will cut to suit purchaser and make Como and see us if you want Ileal Estate in or around Dorca. You will llnd Dean at Berca Dank anil Trust Co. Catch Herndon when you canl s. scarcity. Fifth: Hie continuance of supplying water to the neighbor to the means great disadvantage Collego in two ways. (a) It means that the rescrvo of , Maxwell Car for sale. Good as new; will bo sold at a bargain. Call and seo same. Mrs. Nannio Todd, Berca, Ky. FOR SALE bungalow with some thing over two aero lot for sale or rent. Just outside city limits, West End Chestnut Street. Mrs. H. L. Mc- Murry. New V 5) VICTORY? THERE IS no victory ; SAVE WATER! IMPORTANT NOTICE TO WATER PATRONS water must not be used for sprinkling purposes, nor for building operations until further notice. OF PUPS Two black and while, half-gropups, strayed from my place, Satur day night. $2.00 reward for return of samo or information leading to their recovery. W. E. Johnson, Berca, Ky. Phono 132-- 4. REWARD FOR RETURN IX) meet legitimate domestic require-xment- Barnacles on Warships. Warships huvp to be cli'imed on tin outside. On ono ship ulone 200 men worked all day scraping on" COO toiw of animal and plant growth. This tremendous quantity of sea life had accumulated In less than two yearn, dnr-In- g which tlmo the ship had traveled many thousand miles. Tho weight of the barnacles wan so great that from i5 to 10 per cent more coul was consumed In maintaining the normal ".peed of ho boat. water In tho reservoirs, which has now been exhausted, cannot be replenish so th"t thero will not bb a supply of water nor prcssuro In case of fire. The flro risk of the Collego is thcrcforo greatly increased by reason of tho water which it is furnishing its neighbors. (h) The College is obliged to haul water at largo expenso to bo carried to the upper stories of tho hospital and adjacent ormitorlcs because of low pressure, and for this item alone has already expended several hundred dollars. Sixth: It still appears, however, that many of the neighbors who have taken water have not heeded the warning that they should pro-vithemselves with Jcisterns to furnish water irTsuch an emergency, nnd that they will bo brought to real distress if tho water is cut off. In neighborly kindness, therefore, the Collego has extended its notico that water would be cut off from bne week to two weeks, finally offers to try to furnish a limited supply for a time, but with tho understanding that thoso thus supplied will havo their meters examined at frequent intervals, and pay something towards the extra expense to which the College is subjected. It appeared that tho Innguago used in tho notification sent out by the College had been misunderstood, and a new notice, setting forth more clearly the kind nnd roasonablo intent of tho Insititution, was prepared. TI(o recent rains, havo slightly in-- 1 creased tho water in tho pool, but not in tho springs, nnd no real re- -, lief enn lie expected for sonwtime. Winchester, an all our neighboring towns, are Buffering in the samel way. It is quilo possiblo that tho do Asloe. Rich Ptohlna Ground. What are termed the reef waters along the north and northeast of Hon duras form one of the rich fishing grounds of the world. The region begins about 100 miles eaut of Celba and extends around come distance south of Cape Gracilis Adlos. This Is nil more or less shallow water, forming ono great coral reef with a number of small keys extending up nbore the surface of the water and forming small Islands. It Is thus an Ideal fish and turtle ground. We pay from $2.00 to $35.00 per set (broken or not). We also pay actual value for Diamonds, old Gold Silver and Ilridfte-worSend at once by parcel post and receive cash by return mail. MAZER'S TOOTH SPECIALTY D.pt. X. 2007.3. Stk Si. rbiUd.ipMa. WE BUY OLD FALSE TEETH r. F. L. MOORE'S Fossil Ivory In the Arctic What Is perhaps the most amazing of nil the Arctic bonanzas Is that contained In the Ltakhov Islands and New First Siberia. These He In the midst of almost etcrnnl Ico In the north of Siberia Itself, and the soil Is full of Fine tusks of the now extinct mammoth. During the last century shiploads of this fossil Ivory have been brought MAIN ST. out and sold at very hluli prices. Jewelry Store FOR Class Repairing AND Line of Jewelry BEREA, KY. The Height of Style and Value in Women's Coats & Suits are on display. Visit our store. See and try on CAUTION! Use Water Sparingly Do Not Waste It 111 fix- . U. S., located For Sale priced distinctive, moderately some of these W'HERE water is used for sprinkling, v allowed to run, or where water tures are not kept in good order, the waterworks will exercise its right to discontinue supply forthwith and without further notice. Berea College In effect August 10. 1918. Action of Pridtntial Committal Br HOWARD E. WAY Cu.todlan of Proptrtlra Phone in cat of trouble TOWN 194, COLLEGE 16 acres north of and adjoining the best college in the at Berea, Kentucky. This tract of land is bounded on the west by Silas Moore and on the east by College, property and adjoining the Dixie Highway. Only a ten minutes walk from the farthest college building. All good farm land, could be devided into two or four nice small farms and made into subdivisions as an addition to the city of Berea. I am going to sell this to the highest and best bidder; bids mailed to me at West Point with certified check for at least $100 to know that you mean business. I prefer cash but will cash and the balance five or ten equal paysell ments with 6co interest payable annually. The title is good as any in the state of Kentucky. Address L. G. CLARK, West Point, Mississippi.(Owner) one-third B. E. BELUE CO. Richmond Kentucky A LagaUy Tblnkotit.Ur.r'uiiiieT,be;ra'aarmedy lor boircbolara tbal Is told uadvr u ' Lciral (Suarantta llond." Hon can you anord lo lata chancea against hoi cholera thl remedy on such Irrtnif wb.n you can GUARANTEED CURE fnwm Ifnaa v.rr-uLffUAnnt! tnrureaa1 rpvint hwcbnlr !ntSonlr rem! IwtUr lUan an, .ttbrr known rcmwly, i,rlt wuM not taauld ra. aurk ua lU'ha.lrmulk'uaruiUa, Ou.n. II SO. (lalloa tbOi. A t All IXuKlt.ta. tlOUHHON RKMHHY COMPANY. L.ilnyton. Kv. cl Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy opthat Sold by Porter-Moor Cholera Drop Co. it r October 21, 11MR. THE CITIZEN RELIEF Is right Page Five. The Citizen A family WORK IN BELGIUM THE DRIVE Ntwipaper for all that true, and Interetllng PUBLISHING I'uMUhnl every Thurxiay at Ifarra, Ky, DEREA CO. (Incorporated) WM. G, FROST, Editor-ln-Ch- Subscription Rate PAYABLE IN ADVANCE Rli Montht Thrva Monthe Send money On Ynr tl.W) ft M o by or EipreM Money Order. Draft, fteglitered loiter, or on and two rent tumpt. The date afler your nam on label ihovra to what data your tubaerlptlon la paid. If It la not chanrrd within three wreka after renewal notify ui. Mlaalne number! will ba iladly tuppllnl If w are notified. Liberal trma tleen to any who obtain new ul Any one pending ua four yearly arrlptionaforua. aubaertptlona can receive The Citlien free for one rear. Adrerthlnff. ratea on application. ALL CHRISTMAS PRESENTS SENT TO SOLDIERS "OVERSEAS" liy their friends must ho sent tlirti Red Cross. Chapters. Iacli Ameri- can soldier overseas lias recoived from his commanding officer one Christinas parcel label, which ho will mail homo. Recipients of theso labels will lako them' to Hit? commiltco in charge, and obtain a mailing box. Parcels will only Im accepted in tlio boxes furnished by Uio Red Cross Chapters. No parcel will ho mailed by the pnstnfllco 'iter November ICtli. For fuller details seo the xom-tnillin charge. Committee in Chargo: Ij. C. Adams Mrs. John Welch Mrs. Scott McOulro oo ON THE GLORY ROLL Waller Scott Barlow was ono young of the most promising young tearhers in Berea College. Ho made friends rapidly from tho very day ho camo in tho fall of 1017. His influcnco among tho men ,of the Normal School was especially irood. His scholarship was of the bast, ho having received his master's degree from th George I'enbody Collrgo for teachers, in the spring heforo he came to Berea. His Christian life and influcnco added to this made hint an ideal man for Borea. Hut the cauae of democracy called him. Ho volunteered in May and offtereil the navy as a musician. Stationed at Great Lakes Training Camp, he played in the band and mado several trips to various cities to help in promoting patrintisim among tho people. Ho was stricken with influenza. He was in the hos pital for three weeks, and died Oc. tobcr ICtli. He was denied tho thrilling experiences of the hatllo-flel- d Ho didn't get to servo on tho fields of France, nor oven to chase th submarine. Hut ho gave his life, as many another of our boys havo done, for humanity and democracy and Justice and Herea honors him. BALLINGER SEVERELY WOUNDED Among the severly wounded, wo notice the name of S'ergl. William SERGT. Washington, I), C, Oct. 20, 1018. Relief work by tho American Red Cross In Helgium necessitated an of $l,mjH for tho ten months ending Juno 30. 'litis nmounl went to provldo comforts and medical nssislnnco for Helgian soldiers, 00,000 residents of that part of tho little country outsldo tho German lines nnd tho 600,000 Belgian refugees scattered through France, England, Holland, nnd Switzerland. Tho sum of $l,0l7,n2Ti has been appropriated to continue this workf during tho last six months of this year. Thus by tho end of tho year tho Red Cross will sinco tho war began havo appropriated for uso among tho Belgians tho sum of Tbcso nro tho outstanding facts in tho current section of tho Wnr Council's report relative to tho uso being mado of tho Red 'Cross wnr fund. Tho establishment of clgbly-tw- o canteens, which provide daily refreshments for 25,000 soldiers, tho flnaacial assistance given to nino hospitals that nro combating disease among tho civilian population nnd refugee colonics, tho construction nnd support of n barracks which shelters 100 children nnd tho mr.inU.'nanco of a homo for disabled Belgian soldiers aro n few of tho things the Red Crow has dono for tho courageous little kingdom nnd its people. About 15,000 Belgian children in tho countries mentioned arc healthier and happier as a result of day nurseries established by the organization. between tho Red Cross and tho Belgian government has been so effective that this aid has been distributed largely through the medium of Belgian ngencies. A donation of ono million francs to the Queen for the support of ,tlw hospital seryico and another of half a million francs to insure tho comwere pletion of a among tho first expenditures of tho Red Cross in Belgium. The organization has established what is known as tho Queen's purse, a fund of five thousand francs, which is distributed nmong the country's war victims. As free Belgium is within easy range of German guns and bombs, hospitals in that terri lory have been destroyed from time to time increasing tno cost oi re lief work. largo-hospital FOR WAR SAVINGS STAMPS By John F, Smith Last summer tho pcoplo of the United States wero asked to buy! War Savings Stamps and Thrift Stamps to tbo amount of Two Billion dollars. Tho wholo country1 was divided into small districts, and tho pcoplo of each district wero expected to buy a certain amount allotted to tho district. Somo districts, went over tho lop, somo look (heir full quota, but some havo fallen fr.r short. A letter from, tho stato director of the campaign in Kentuc ky calls attention to tho fact that Madison County has failed by fifty per cent of reaching tho full quoin nllolcd lo it. Other counties in enstem Kentucky arc far behind. It is sincerely hoped that tho pco plo of each district will rise up with n will to do their duty in this im- On March 16, 1918, Govenor Stanley made a speech in Cincinnati, Ohio. The Cincinnati Enquirer, a Democratic newspaper in it's issue of March 17, 1918, reports his speech as follows: He also sailed into the Prohibitionists by declaring there is little use of our boys laying down their lives for liberty in France "if a lot of fanatics and cranks" are allowed to deprive Americans of liberty at home. "These fanatics are worse tyrants than the Kaiser, the bigger fools1 was his parting shot. portant matter. FARMS FOR SALE want, I havo If it's farm land iL nnd if you arc looking for a bar gain como to me, for I havo tho farm "you ger a lot of nico timber. This farm is framo nearly all level. Soven-roohouse, two barns, 32x36 each; silo and all necessary outbuildings and granaries. Twenty tons of hay, 2 cows. 2 calves. 2 horses. 2 wagons, acres corn, about 60 bushels 0 or wheat, about 200 bushels of oats, one-ha- lf ncro potatoes, 0 head hogs, binder, mowing machino and rako, Power of Gentleness. Kindness pays. "Boiled potatoes," wheat drill, corn drill, breaking cultivator and har Bays nn authority on cullnnry mat torn, nlow. "nro ever no much better If tliey are row. Price for all, $7,000; for farm, gently boiled." New York Telocrnpli. $5,000. No. i A farm of 53 acres on coun ty road, closo to school, church and Dett Word. store, nil level, not ono foot of waste A loving word Is always a safe word. except ono aero, u helpful land: nil in timber, It limy, or It limy not, be y, six A new framo house, word to the one who hears It, but Is sure to be a pleasant memory to the rooms, hen and meat bouso, young Many a word orchard. A nice location and can't one who speaks It. epoken by um Ih afterwards resetted. be beat for tho money. Prico SI, Hat there will never como Into oar 000. hearts at sued it time a Kindle pang acres No. 5C8 A farm of 102 of regret over any word of Impulsive bluo grass land; all fenced, all in or deliberate affection which passed our lips at any time. We havo rea- grass, 10 acres of which is bluo son to be on our guard In our speech grass; on county road; closo to vln most directions: but wo can be school, churches and stores; good fearlessly frco In our loving utter- water and n bouso. Tills ances. Apart from any question of farm is about 5 miles from Danvillo. tho good we do to others by our word Ky. This Is good lnntl; can't bo beat of love, wo are personally tho Kaln-ers- , monoy. Prico $150 per ncro. for now uml hereafter, by overy for tho Terms can bo mado on most all eucli word which wo speak out explicitly; and we are sure to bo the farms. I havo tho most complete losers, now and by ntid by, from every list of farms that I know of. Wrlto Mich word which wo ought to havo for my prico list it's frco. spoken and failed to speak. ExMonro.o Thompson, change. Wnynosburg. Ky. m -2 , two-borso two-stor- Ballinger, of Wildie. Pergt. Ilallin Is well-knoin Herea, having graduated from tho Carpenter's Courso in 1011, and from tho Courso in 1015. Whilo here, he was the popular pitcher on tho Vocational Hall Team and hail many friends in the College, as well as among the town people. Iteinemberins the calmness which ho used to count the boys out in baseball, we can easily believo bo makes a splendid oflleer. His former cxperienco in tho army no doubt helped to securo his promotion. Agrl-miltu- ral you want, at tho price you want to nav. No. COO 5 acres of land right in town, all fenced nnd in good shape, on rock n ko in 100 yards of graded school, ono quarter milo of railroad iramo denoL a No. 1 soven-rootwo-stobouso with porches, nice vard. hen. meat and wood houses, all buildings new, good garden. Ono of tho best buildings nnd locations in town. Price $1,800. acres on No. 500 Farm of 81 country road, closo to mail, tclo phone, school and churches; 61 acres cleared, fenced and fencing good; Al acres in clover and limothv: larco orchard, good gar m ry fcross-fenced; iion niui no belter water anywhere: Must Bo One's Own Work. Tho clinching of good purposes with rlsht actions Is what makes tho man. This higher heredity does not coma from ono'H father or mother, but Is tho work of the man on himself. David Buy MORE Bonds GERMANY MUST SURRENDER. You nnd wo and tho other follow ill this district MUST Starr Jordan. worth of Liberty Bonds as an nbsoluto minimum. Tho Federal Government had good reasons for. securing tho salo of Two Billion dollars worth at once. Hero nro somo of them: 1. It wanted tho Two Billion dollars to uso in prosecuting tho war. 2. It wanted to teach n great les son in practical saving, and it want 19, ; ed to leach this lesson to tho very people who need most to learn iL 1918, 3. It wanted to have a plan that would make it possible for 0io poorest man or child to lend monoy to the Goernment, nnd, at the samo time, start n savings account. . It wanted to reach every man, Govenor of Kentucky, in whom Would woman, boy and girl in tbo whole of is invested country and tell litem itgaln why wo arc in tbo wnr, and get them to feel himself to provide a force to peace in Kentucky, an individual responsibility for winning iL Ohio declaiming to across Allotments Not Too Much Now somo of the districts that of from flaming denouncing Prowere expected to buy a certain fixed nmounl contain n great many poor people, nnd to somo tho allotment may seem too much. I do not believe tti is is Hie case. If the allotments wero ten times greater, it would bo ten times better for tbo people. Every dollar put Into War Savings Stamps or Thrift Stamps is a dollar saved, fcvery luio dollar havo no insurance, no money laid has ever had. Ho can help bis President of the Board of Trustees that is not put in will probably bo away, no source of income, nothing country, bo can savo money, bo can of Cumberland College; be was tho, spent for something that will not that will pay for n coffin and buy leach his children economy, and founder and first president of tho bring very great returns. Tho do- bread for their fatherless children. when ho dies ho will havo enough Kentucky Baptist Education Sollars. that go in will como back to money to bury his corpso with a ciety; and, in facL he was looked Everyone Can Buy the owner with interest. And whilo bit left over for his widow and to in tho work of his denomination Savings children. Can everybody buy War they are drawing interest, they will in tho State. bo lighting for tho freedom of op- Stamps and Thrift, Stamps? This Doctor GalliiT was born on tho a" War Savings Stamp costs pressed peoples, for international month KENTUCKY NEWS farm on Cumberland Iliver near (Continued From Page One) justico and good will, for the sons $1.22. A Thrift Stamp costs 25 cents Watts Creek, and his last resting and daughters, and the very fireside at any time. In five years tho War malady, though his condition is re- placo is within clear view of his Savings Stamps will bo taken up I childhood of tho man who invests them. homo. Ho was devoted ported as improving. Why the Government Needs Money and the owner will receive $5.00 for County, also, a call lo his own people among whom bo From Harlan it. Everybody can buy a few by I have said that the Government has gone out for doctors and nurses, i lived and worked and died. And wants the Two Billion dollars to use doing without the things they don't and women aro being given spo- - j bis influcnco still lives on and will, in carrying on tho war. Here are have to have. especially cial instruction to assist in tho bo felt permanently,, A poor man can do without his great emcrgenoy. a few reasons: among tho mountain people to whom Wo aro in this wnr to win. Wo chewing tobacco. It wouldn't kill , And so it goes throughout most ho was so devoted. have (rot to havo weapons and other him lo quit. During the year ho will of tho mountain counties. Every spend enough for chews to pay for supplies to win. These cost money. Eugene W. Roark Victim of where peoplo aro preparing cheerten War Savings Stamps. In five fully to Wo need hundreds of big Pneumonia tho directions of tho Stato guns. One of tbeso costs $175,000. years lTo will chew Fifty. At the Board of Health, and volunteer Eugeno Wasburno Roark, youngBy tbo timo it goes into nction on end of flvo years ho will have spent workers aro showing fine spirit in est son of tho late Dr. Rurio Neval a railway truck mount in Franco, over $175 for chewing tobacco. If carying for tbo sick and in seeking; Roark, founder and first presi it will cost over half a million! And he puis the same money into War to control this dreaded epidemio dent of Eastern Kentucky Stato after1 it shoots 200 times, it must bo Savings Stamps, bo will havo at tbo which has already wrought so much Normal at Richmond, died of pneuend of flvo years. $250. Ho can buy havoc, especially in token to a factory and rclincd. the army camps, monia, October 17th, yhilo a stuWo need thousands of heavy guns W. S. S'. and havo that $250 camps. dent in tho ground school of Aviaand howitzers, which cost about at the end of flvo years, or bo can D. O. Collier, of McKee, has been tion, Minneapolis, Minn. $fpfl,000 each. We need thousands of buy tobacco and havo only poorer persuaded lo act as County ChairMr. Roark was a man of splendid guns which cost $20,000. health and an appetite for more to man for tho big Y. M. C. War Work character, a student of unusual apiece. Wo need tens of thousands bacco. Drive, which will bo conducted all ability, and a man who overywhero Tho smoker can quit and put bis of Ws' nnd smaller cannon which over tbo Country, November 9 lo 17. mado friends. Ho exemplified in cost from $1,000 to $3,000, mounted. money into W. S. S. and Thrift Jackson County's quota is $1,000. many ways tho splendid qualities We need hundreds of thousands of Stamps. He spends as much for When it is remembered how many which wero prominent in his dismnchino guns that cost $200 each, smokes as bis friend does for of Jackson's finest young men aro tinguished parents, Dr. and Mrs. a like number of automatic rifles chews. At the end of flvo years ho in the service, actually receiving Roark, and which secured for thorn at $100 per gun, and millions of will havo either tbo $250 or tho ap tho homo touch which tho Y. M. C. A. suob a prominent placo in tho edupetite for moro smokes. He, too, has seemed rifles nt $35 apiece. ablo to give to army cational affairs of tbo State as well These weapons aro useless with- will havo poorer health becauso of life, tbero can bo liltlo doubt but as in tho hearts and affections ot out ammunition. This must bo mado tbo flvo years of smoking. what sho will far exceed her all who knew them. A titan can do without his drinks. I and sent to tho front in hugo quanquota. tities. It costs money to do this. Auunrt of pure 'moonshine' costs MAKE WINTER LAYERS WORK' When n rifle Is fired, it burns up a $5.00 tho valuo of a W. S'. S. five Dr. Galliff Dead howitzer years from now. A quart a month nickle, but when a Doctor Ancil Galliff, of Williams Best Accomplished by Scattering Part shoots it costs nthousand dollars! is a very light ration for a man with burg, die.d nt his homo in Williamsof Their Grain In Litter Exerdola thirst. At this rote, he will spend burg, A grent attack costs a million October tltb, from pneumonia, cise Is Desired. $00 n year tho valuo of 1 1 W. S. S. . lars an hour. brought on by tho dread influenza. must bo No ono need ask which will bo of Ho was sixty-llv- o Besides this, our boys Ton should make every winter layer years old an was provided with comforlnblo clothing most vnlue to him, $350 nt tbo end widely known and loved in eastern work for part of her living, which may and other necessary equipment. All of flvo years, or flvo years of drink- Kentucky, where ho had lived all be best accomplished by scattering a part of her feed lu litter. Tno exerthis, not including bis rifle, costs ing. his life, and throughout tbo State cise they get from scratching for tho It costs over $30 to board a dog a as well. more than a hundred dollars for groin is very important. Tho exercise year. 7 W. S. S. Yet many n poor each maul Ho was very successful in his serves to keop up the bodily health, The Government plans to spend man who has a battery of half a business nnd acquired considerable stimulates the organs of digestion and this year for guns, ammunition, and dozen worthless dogs lo feed insists wealth, so that ho was reputed to reproduction and Invigorates the enother necessary field equipment, that he is too poor fo buy one bo ono of eastern Kentucky's tire system. Feeding is one of the seven billion dollars. That's why it stamp. That's Iruo as long as bo wealthiest men. But his greatest most Important items In winter egg needs the Two Billions expected to allows each dog to eat up Seven War distinction camo from tho uses production. como from tbo salo of War Savings Savings Stamps every year. which be found for tbo wealth inNo one is so poor that he cannot Stamps nnd Thrift Stamps. trusted to him in futhering worthy FEEDING FOWLS FRESH MEAT buy some. Tho poor man will alWhy the Poor Need to Learn causes, and especially thoso of edRabbits, Horses and Other Animal ways be poor unless ho begins to Economy ucation nnd of the church. Ho was Are Safely, Used for This PurI havo said that tho Government savo. This is tho best chance bo pose on Many Farms. wanted to tench a practical lesson in saving to tho very pcoplo who It la common practice on many SMART PEOPLE BUY DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS need most to learn such a lesson. farms, to feed fowls fresh meat throughout tbo winter. Babbits, horses And the majority of us need to learn and farm animals ot one kind or anFROM it. It is astonishing to learn how other are safely used for this purpose many pcoplo die and leave no means during freezing weather. There Is to their children. Only llireo out, groat danger from ptomaine poisoning of n hundred men in America leavo occurring where this practice Is conns much as $10,000 when thoy dlo.j tinued under careless methods and Eighty out of a hundred dio and the meat allowed to rot. of leavo no 4iicomp. Thirty-flv- o THERE IS A REASON overy hundred dio and leavo their Trust Providence. De wort" Is like a railroad engine, families in nbsoluto want. Tho exRICHMOND KENTUCKY an' sometimes Jumps de track; but penses of thoir burial must bo paid Providence ain't gwlue ter lot It stay, by thoir relatives nnd friends. They In de ditch too long. This was quoted in an editorial in the Lexington Herald, and that paper made this comment: also a Democratic newspaper, in it's issue of date March it not be better for the the supreme executive power the State, to exert than preserve be "over there" the abtut lead rifles" and "pellets hibitionists as "worse tyrants than the Kaiser and bigger fools?" I d'O-in- ch ch ch OWEN McKEE TUB CITI7.RN October 21, 1018. MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spcnce, Farm Demonstrator and Special Investigator My Dear Farmer Friends. While, confined to my room wllli SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG 1st Door Training that adds to your general education. Agriculture, Carpentry, Bricklaying, Printing, Commerce and Telegraphy. FOR YOUNG LADIES Homo Science, Dressmaking, Cooking, Nursing, Stenography and Typewriting. FOR YOUNG MEN money-earnin- Spanish Influenza, I am thinking of some of our proliloms and tlio bigness of our Job. In Iho first plaoo, I want fo say that tlio war is not over. There is lots of talk about pence, hut there fs no peaeo this sido of Herlin. Tlio Fourth Liberty I.onn is just about completed, which means other cries of peace from enemy. The second draft tlio causes a peace cry from Germany; yet, while these voices are crying "Peace! Peace!" bombs are being exploded in cities and towns, ships aro being sunk, hospitals aro being raided, and all manner of deslruc lion being carried out by tlio Hun. Our boys must sco Berlin beforo there can bo any peace. Wo as farmers must stand behind them while their slops are being directed toward fhe enemy of tho world. Thcro aro many ways in which we can help fight this war. The HOW TO STORE POTATOES following are a few suggestions: Proper storago of potatoes, uc Oivo seed wheat a treatment for smut by using one pound of formal-f- n cording to a specialist of tlio United States Department of Agriculture, to fifty gallons of water. Select seed corn as you husk it. would prevent much of tho annual Hang it up to thoroughly dry, whero loss in this important food crop. In experienced growers aro urged cs rats and mico cannot get it. Oivo tho shell beans, cow peas, pecially to lake safeguard against soy beans a treatment of carbnn-hisulpi- spoilage. Potatoes should be stored in a to keep the hugs out. Uso this on tho beans or peas you intend cool, dark cellar or be buried in pits to eat or to uso for seed. (For par- in tho garden. They must not bo e, allowed to freeze. If (hey arc ticulars as to tho uso of writo your county agent). buried in pits, tho potatoes must A few sheep on every farm cer- bo covered sufllcicntly to keep out tainly means dollars and cents to all frosl. If exposed to tho light. thy will turn green. the farmer. A good method of storing pota and haul Patch upN.he cow-shin tlio straw for bedding. It will toes is to place them in barrels with be the means of more milk and but- a fow holes cut in tho sides near ter this winter, and thereby saving tlio bottom for ventilation. Cover a purchase from the market, which, tho barrels with old sacks and place perhaps, would help a soldier. them in a cool, dark part of tho Warmer poultry houses mean cellar. dc enrbon-bisulpided tnoro eggs for family aifd tho siok folks this winter. When wo savo food at home, w save a docfor bill anil a doctor bill will buy War Savings Stamps. Hiiying and hauling coal is an im portanl item and should bo dono ho foro cold weather and whilo it can bo had. Cutting and hauling of flro wood is also Important nnd should bo looked after beforo tho cold wealhor comes. This fall should bo tho prcpara tion for tho wintor, and winter should bo 3pcnl reading agricul tural papers and bulletins and studying our methods and compar ing them with others and laying plans for our crops, keeping in mind that rotation is best for tho coming year. Yours very truly, Ilobcrt F. Spcnce, County Agent PEOPLE POULTRY Ihe kitchen BRITS- WINTER QUARTERS FOR HENS Fowls Should Not De Given Same Ground TheyiHave Been Running Over All Summer. No flock of chickens should go Into The wood have vesper pllences, A illcnre tiai tlio noil, Hut In tlio mountain' qatetnea li God's' aerenltjr. A, W. Teach. Berea's Vocational Schools g power, combined with WAY8 WITH APPLES. Apples nro our common fruit, hut mny ho prepared In countless ways for Iho table. Apple Jam I'nrc, coro nn cnoP n pound of npples. cwjjMgyfi ndd n pound of :2Qt-jEp;sugar, n cupful of chopped rnlslns, n atiailW'MNfho lcmo" Julco nnd I '3 rind finely chopped, 2nd Door Berea's Foundation School General Education for those not far advanced, combined with soma vocational training. No matter what your present advancement, wo can put you with others like yourself and give chance for most rapid improvement 3rd Door Berea's English Academy Course for inoso wno are not orpoctfng to tench and who are not going thru College and desire more general education. It also gives tho best general education for thoso who wish a good start In study and ozpcot to carry it on by themselves. 4th Door Berea's Normal School This gives tho best training for thoso who axpcot to leach. Courses are so arranged that young pcoplo can teach through tho summer nnd fall and attend sohool through the wintor and spring, thus earning money to keep right on in their courses of study. Read Dinsmoro's great book, "Itow to Teach a District School." 5th Door mis Berea's Preparatory-Academ- y Course 13 mo straight road to College best training In Mathematics, Science, Languages, History nnd all preparatory subjects. Tlio Academy is now Dorca's largest department 6th Door 'in is courses twenty-flv- o Berea College in all advanced subjects. Is tho crown of tho wholo Institutiqn, and provides standard war conditions. For samo in Berea, but the finds itself now makes as we have in tho past the girls and 115 CO to cost half that at othor nalso in Board Is forced by years tho board has remained tho unusual situation in which the wholo country it impossible for us to live on the samo money This adds 7G.G0 to the former expenses of tho expenses of the boy., but still leaves tho schools and "cheaper than staying at homo." A Temporary PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental feo and room root by tho term, board by the half term. Installments are as follows: FALL TERM French SugflHIhDs Desired Incidental Fee Room Expenses for Boys VOCATIONAL AND FOUNDATION SCHOOLS ACAI1EMY AND NORMAL CULLKOR $ 5.00 $ COO 7.00 I 7.00 12J25 12.25 Board, 7 weeks Amount duo Sept 11. l'JIB.. 2155 Board, 7 weeks, duo Oct 30.. 12.25 Total for Term '3650 7.00 7.00 Ut25 1256 2555 1255 '37.50 9 0.00 205 3&S0 winter quarters on tho samo old ground they have hern running over nil summer. Sprlnklo tho runs with llmo wn-anil then turn It under cither with a spnde, fork or plow. Itako It Rinouth nfter tho surface tins been turned nnd tho fowls i til soon mnko It Ann by thi'lr tramping. Whero fowls nro con ono cupful of Until In limited runs, this ruto Is Imperchipped rnlslns, ono orange, Juice nnd ative for comploto snnltntlon. On larg- rind, cook until clear nnd thick. er rims It should bo dono If possible. Apple Delight Two cupful Tho chicken house should ho gono of over with a hoso or with n good pump chopped applo cooked In a douhlo holler with two cupful of mignr, ono orange, ono lemon, tho Julco and rind finely chopped, ono cupful of rnlslns. Cook one hour, fhen mid n cupful of walnut meats five minutes beforo It I ready to pour Into tho Kinases. SenI In Jelly classes. When drying npples, If they, nro dipped In n mild salt solution beforo putting to dry they will keep n fighter, hotter color. Apple Dutter. lloll new cider until reduced one-hntho dny before It Is to be used. To every four gallons of boiled cider nllow n fourth of n bushel of Juicy tipples, pared, cored nnd quartered. Kill ti largo kettlo with tho cider nnil add as mnny npples ns enn bo kept moist. Stir frequently nnd when tho tipples nro soft bent with u spoon. Cook until dark brown. Ilnvo boiled cider to ndd If It becomes too thick nnd morn npples If too thin. Twenty minutes beforo removing from the fire ndd clnnnmon nnd nutmeg to tnste. Keep In stone Jars. Open Front Poultry Home. Apple Catsup. reel, coro nnd qunr-te- r spray to remove tho accumulation of e sour apples, stew ns soft ns germ-ladesummer dust. All tho trash In n very little water. I'ut through should lie donned out mid spread on a slevo nnd to rnch quart add a somo dlstnnt tlcld or orchard, und tho ench of popper, cloves nnd floors should he cleaned nnd sprayed. mustard, two teaspoonfuls of cinnaClcnn, dry Utter must bo had for tlio mon, two metllum-alzeonions chopped exercising rooms. If tho cloth cur- fine, n tenspoonful of salt and n pint tains nro dusty nnd dingy, take them of vinegar. Hoi! one hour, seal tightly, down, spread them on tho clothes Hue, Quince. To every four Applo nnd spray them with clenn water until pounds andtipple ndd n pound of of white nnd clean. The genus of con-- 1 quince unpeeled nnd cut fine, then tagtous dlsense8 nro very npt to linger cooked with tho npplo Just ns for in tho cloth hangings. Tho droppings apples. hoards should ho spread out on tho canned linked npples filled Into sterilized ground nnd scrubbed clean with wntcr nnd allowed to dry thoroughly In tho cans nnd covered with hot sirup makes a most delicious canned npplo for winMin. Llmo water run over them tit tho lust helps to mako them ready for a ter use. long winter's use. fiUtA X 'VfmfS?' b Jt t lf pos-slid- n d Expenses for Girls Incidental Fee Room POTATO SALAD. 7.00 $ 7.00 7.00 1050 .... Board, 7 weeks 1050 Amount due Sept 11. 1918.. 2250 2350 2450 Board, 7 weeks, due 1050 1050 30.. 1050 '35,00 33.00 '31.00 Tot?! tor Term This does not include the dollar deposit nor money for books or laundry. 5.00 7.00 1050 START WITH LITTLE CAPITAL Small Shack In Dack Yard, Few Oood Fowls and Business Is Begun Attend to Details. I'otnto snlad will, wo hope, this yenr be found oftener on our menus, ns tlio potnto will not hold so high a prlco In tho market. Tho following aro a few ways of making potato snlad, not all now but worth trying: Cook ten potatoes In their Jnckets. salting them well when nenrly cooked. Drain and cool well, then peel nnd chop quite fino with hnlf ti green pepper freed from Its seeds, two eggs, three smnir beets, six spiced cucumbers, two tablespoonfuls of walnut meats cooked In boiling salted wnter five minutes, then drained nnd chilled In cold water. Mix well and senson with pnprlkn.salt nnd pepper. Moisten with good snlnd dressing, pnek Into a wet mold nnd set nwny to chill. When rendy to serve, line n dish with lettuce lenvcs nnd turn the snlnd out on IL Cover with salad dressing and servo garnished with smnll pickles decorated In the form of a star on tho top. Hot Potato Salad Wash and cook potatoes without par six medium-sizeIng. Cool, peel nnd cut In thin slices. Arrange n Inyer of potatoes in the bottom of a dish, season with salt nnd pepper and sprlnklo with finely chopped pnrsley and celery. Mir together four tablespoonfuls of ollvo oil, and threo of vinegar nnd heat to the boiling point. Tour over the potatoes nnd cover tightly. Stand In a warm place until needed. If olive oil Is not to bo served uso bacon fat nnd bits of crisp brown bacon. Servo with cold sliced meat or crisp bncon. Stuffed Beets and Potato Salad Cook large, shapely beets until tender, then drop Into cold water nnd slip the skins for them. With a teaspoon hollow out each beet till a deep cup Is formed. Fill with vinegar and let them stand In tho refrigerator until tlmo for serving. For the Ailing, chop cold boiled potntocs with their qunntlty of pecan or walnnt meats. Season well nnd mix with half n tablespoonful of grated onion, moisten with any desired snlnd dressing. Kmpty the beet cups, saving the vine-gto use ns another salad dressing with the centers which wero removed. Drain the cups and nil with tho potato. hard-cooke- d d one-four- th ar Ot France must Import sugar today, most of It from this side of the ocean, because the largest portion of French sucar beet land Is In German hands. As a result, the French people hare been placed on a sugar ration of about 18 pounds a year for domestic use; a pound and a half a month. This photograph -- hows how the German LAYERS BEST FOR BREEDING .Everything to Be Gained and Nothing Lost by Selecting Desirable Kens In Winter. troops destroyed French sugar mills. Thanks to the French rationing system the annual consumption tins been cut to 600,000 tons, according to report! reaching the United States Food Administration. Before the war France had an average sugar crop of about All students do some work with their hands from six to six 750,000 tons of sugar and had some teen hours a week as janitors or in tho farm, carpenter shop, printleft over for export. ing office, laundry, boarding hall, ofllco, etc., and receive pay which reduces their expenses. Any able-bodied Special Expanses In Addition to Incidental Fee Business Full Spring W'inttr Stenography and Typewriting 314.00 910.00 112.00 Bookkeeping (brief course) 14.00 10.00 12.00 Bookkeeping (regular course) 7.00 6.00 6.00 Business course for students in other departments: 9.00 1050 750 Stenography Typewriting, with one hour's use of instrument 7.00 0.00 6.00 Com. Law., Com. Geog, Com. 1.80 Arith., or Penmanship, each.. 150 2.10 In no case will special Business Fees exceed $15.00 per term. What most always attracts people to tho poultry business Is the fnct that ono can start with little capital. A little shack In tho back yard, a few good fowls, and tho business Is begun. Such a start has been the beginning of many a man's success In the poultry line, and somo of tho greatest poultry successes In the country have had their start In this way. Of courso, they supplemented their start with Intelligent effort, attention to all the details, aud sound You can do tho business Judgment. same. PROPER FEEDING IN WINTER ( Practice of Confining Fowls to House During Cold Weather Necea-sltate- a Extra Care. Tho general practice of confining the laying stock to tho houso during tho winter necessitates extra caro nnd attention if good results arc to bo bad. Tho houses must bo kept clean and tho birds supplied with the Important feeds they Und on the range. Plenty of minerals, In tho form.of grit and shell, und u I'beral supply of green feed must be . provided In addition to the regular feojs. Exerclso Is best supplied by feeding the whole grains In a deep Uttir of straw. WATER SUPPLY CINCINNATI MARKETS. Hay and Grain. Com. No. 2 white $l.Kfr l.GO, No. 3 white $l.MQl.ra, No. 2 yvUow S1.420 1.45, No. 3 yellow $1.M1.42, No. 2 Mark tho laying hen. Any hen can mixed SLKOMO, No. 3 mixed $1.30 lay In the spring, but the one which 1.33, white ear $1..TO 1.48, yellow ear lays through tho winter deserves rec- Jl.:W01.:io, mixed ear tLlXGHJO. lUy -- No. 1 timothy $32..riO J3.25, ognition by promotion to the breeding standard J32?S2.K0. No. 2 timothy llock. W1.WW32. No. 1 dovrr mixed Stli Everything is to be gained and noth- 31.50, ing lost by selcctlug breeding hens dur- No. 1 No. 2 clover mixed $28.50023.50, clover $27.5028, No. 2 ckrrer ing winter. It Is easy to select the lay2T.?27. ing hen. Her comb Is bright ami red Oats No. 2 white 72K73e, standand her pin bones will be spread apart. ard white 72c. No. 3 white 72, No. 2 Ileus meeting these quantitation mixed Tic, No. 3 mixed 70Tle. should bo cut apurt with u good, vigButter Eggs and Poultry. orous male bird. It Is fully to breed llutter Whole milk creamery extras from the entire llock. ISy selecting a COc, centralized creamery extras W&c, 14 c. few of the best birds, progress will be seconds Kers I'rlme nrsts SOe, firsts 484c, made. Whero no selection is practiced, ordinary firsts 45c. the poor producers will bo used for Live Poultry Spriogera, over 2 lbs, breeding, for even loafers will lay In U 25c; 4 the spring. It is also a mistake to over, under do,lbs, 25c;4 fowls, lbs and 23c ; under Rs, 2e; roostbreed from tho Immature und under-wireers, 20Hc stock. Overfut, course-boneLlv. Stock. heus or those which drop behind Cattle Shlpirs SU61, batcher ekould never be put In tho breeding steers, extra $13014, good to choice pen. The best place for them Is on $llft13, common to fair $6.50910.50, the table. I'Ick out the good birds und betters, extra $IO.t11.30, good to note tho Improvement. Uso fewer choice J90P10, common te fair $60, males bo that you can afford better 8.50, rows, extra $010.50. Calves Kxtra $15.50016, fah-- te tock. good $11915.50, common aed large PEED DURING COLD WEATHER $5 & 0.50. tmevy shipper Hos Selected $17.75, good to r hoi re packers and Bo Given In Litter la butchers $17.75, luvdima $10.75017.30, tOndn Should Morning So Fowls Will Exercise stags $1114.25, common to choice heavy fat sows $1212.25, light shipand Get Warm. per? S15.75Wlfl.50, pigs (U0 Km aaW When cold weather comes, grain Ins) $13010.50. tooi should bo fod la a litter In tho nerolng- so that the fowls will exercise Full Measure. And get warm. The math (It a damp Bobby "Uncle, couldn't a fellow aaah la fed) should be between ton have a nice Sunday dinner If he was a dock and noon and more grain glv-- a as hungry as me uud roomy us youT" at night so that the fowW will sjo Hoy's Life. te bed with full crops. 5-d young man or young woman can get an education at Berea if there is the will to do so. If it is impossible for any young man or young woman to be in school the full year, by all means they should enter for a courso during the winter and spring terms. The public schools will close about Christmas and the teachers and advanced pupils should not be idle through the long winter months but should bo studying in Berea whero tho best education can bo gotten for least money. Applicants must bring or send a testimonial showing that they art above 15 years old, in good health and of good character. This may b signed by some former Berea student in good standing or some reliabli teacher or neighbor. The uso of tobacco is strictly forbidden. For information or friendly advice write to the Secretary, HELPS EGGS, Autpmatlo Fountain la Mott Sanitary Way of Qlvlng Hens Water During Winter Season. ' " I'lenty of pure, fresh water should bo supplied dally. An automatic drink- Iny fountain Is tho most sanitary way of supplying water. In cold weather, when the water may freeze quickly, tho dtltlculty may bo overcome by heating tlio water. The fountain being air tight, except tho space from which th bens set the bupply, tho water remains: warm sufficiently Ions for them to get alt they wish. Tho can, how-- 1 ever, should be emptied every day, to keep It from being Injured by frost. MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Ky. Berea College Hospital Best Equipment and Service at Lowest Cost. Wards for Men and for Women, Private Rooms, Bath9, Electric Service. Sun-parlo- DUST BATH VERY IMPORTANT Common Road Dust Will Answer Pur. pose Place In Hen House Where Sun Can Reach It. Do not forget that tho hens need a dust path. Common road dust will sulllco for this purpose. At your first opportunity guther a barrel of dry dust from tho road and place It In dust box the hen houso In a where tho sun's rays can reach It throughout the day. Au occasional uddlng of ashes from the stove will keep It In good condition. well-made Surgery, Care in Eye Treatment, Nose and Ear, General Practice Child-birt- h, OBTAINING EGGS IN WINTER First Bsssntlal la to Have Pullet Well Matured Beforo Cold Weather Finally Seta In. In securing fall and wintor eggs tfc first essenUal Is to havo pullets well, matured before cold weather, whlck means batching birds of the general-purpobreeds In February and March. The average farmer batches bis chickens too lato to secure eggs In the fall, se Come in and visit an establishment, which is a friend in need, and in reach of all the people. Robert H. Cowley, M.D., Physician Mrs. Anna Powell Hackett, Superintendent October 24, IOIB. THE CITIZBN rage Sovcb HMOVTD UKlfORM WTEMATIOItAt Teacher ot Engllali fllMa In tli. Moody Illble Institute of CMeaito.) (Copyright, lg, Wmlrrn Newapaper (Uy ItHV. SJNMTSOM, Lesson I II. KIT7.WATKH. D. D SECURITY LEAGUE BOND GOES OVER JOHN H. MILLER Soldiers' Letters WRITES Newport, R. I., Oct. 12, 1018 Mr. Thomas J. Osborne, Ucrca, Ky. My Dear Mr. Osborne: You happened to AROUSES PUBLIC SCHOOLSYSTEM Its Great Campaign of Ism Through Education" Being Pushed in All States With Signal Success. PROBABLY 25,000,000 OR MORE INDIVIDUALS BOUGHT BONDS OF 4TH LIBERTY LOAN. LESSON FOR NOVEMBER APPETITE AND QREED. I.KH80N TKXTOenala Sitf-M- 3 OOI.DKN TKXT-Rv- ery man that atrt. The great campaign of "Patriotism eth for tlio moiitrry ) trmperata In all thlnai. Now thty do It to obtain a cor- Through Education," Inaugurated scv. ruptible crown, hut we an incorruptible. ernl months ago by the Natlonnl Se1 . DKVOTIONAI. 1I-- conniniana :a. nKADINO-Roma- na MATERIAL ADnmONAIi TKAClliJiiH I corintlilana R:M); jicurewa a.io-n- . 10:21-U- Governor. An Important division ot tho cam paign Is being devoted to negro teachers and schools. Among tho men who hnvo been conducting the patriotic missionary work In this field for the Security Lenguo uro: Dr. Holland Thompson, of tho Collegu of tho City Understanding the Bible. of Now York; Dr. L. II. Moore, I believe thnt the Illble Is to bo un- Dean of Howard University; Dr. Isaac derstood In the plain nnd obvious J. Lansing, ot Illdgowood, N. J.; Dr. meaning of Its passnges; for I cannot M. S. Duvnge, President of Samuel persuade myself that a book Intended Houston College. They hnvo delivered for the Instruction nnd conversion ot patriotic nddresses mid conducted tho whole world should cover Its true uctunl classes for teachers In tho Ne meaning In any such mystery nnd gro Summer Schools of VIrglnIn, North Carolina, Alabama, Mississippi, doubt that none but critics und philosand Texas. Dean Moore, himophers can discover It. Daniel Webself u negro, has obtained the organi ster. zation of more than 100 patriotic edu cation classes among negro adults In Public Good. Thero never was found In nny ago Loulslann and Mississippi. Laboratory Experiments. of tho world, either religion or law that did ho highly exalt tho public Tho Security Leoguo also has In or good as the Wide. Uncoil. rrutlon at Lawrence. Mass.. In erutlon with tho locul educational au With Chrltt'a Aid. thorities, an Kxperlmentul School, at With the power of Christ perfected which methods of patriotic Instruction In my weakness, I m equal to every are being worked out on tho laboratemptation, competent for every duty, tory plan. The League Is about to es equipped for every struggle, tho mastablish a similar school under the uusplces of the Stato Department of ter of every fenr. W. I.. Wutklnsnn. Education of California at Los Av Theory Is a vine from which facta alt. tin sometimes gathered. co-o- t-- scheme to get It Is to be condemned. He took advantage of his brother's weakness to drive a shnrp bargain. Tho same thing Is practiced when the force of necessity unlawful In terest Is exacted, or property Is bought under price becauso ono Is ohllged,.to sell. To Ret rich nt the expenso of nnnth or Is to practice Jacob's sin. Modern competitive business methods to a de cided extent are of this type. Let each one ask: "Is my name Jacob?" The end never Justifies the means, nod said thnt the elder should serve the younger. It was his plan thnt Jncoh should be nt the head, but Ood wns able to bring his own plans to pass, lie did not need the scheming of Jacob ii nd his mother to further his plans. To do evil that good may como Is always wrong. tin-tie- r because of their shrewdness, Irrespec tive of their mornl qualities. Pnrents should trent their children nllke. To show pnrtlnllty Is both unwise and unjust. Even when children posses peculiar qualities which call forth pn rentnl affection, It should never be made manifest that preference Is made. ) III. A nirthrlght Sold (vv. 1. i:nu's profanity (lleb. 12!l(V17) ITo sold his birthright for n bowl of pottage. Tho birthright was the right of being nt the hend of the pntrl iirchnl family, a position of honor and Influence, as well ns being the Inherit or of n double portion of the father's estate. This being a gift of Ond should not be dcplscd. He enme from hunting physically exhausted. In this moment of distress. lie thought only of thnt which promised Immediate snt tsfnctlon. He wns willing to relin quish nil claim upon the future. If only his present desire could be grntf fled. A profane person Ih one who for tho enjoyment of the present will forfeit all clnltn upon the future. He would gladly gain Iioth worlds, but seeing that mess of pottngo he lets go of the future for the present. Swear lag Is profanity, but not the most com mon. To be under the swny of nppe- tltc Is to ho profnne. What profntv Ity about us! For a moment's sinfill plensuro men and women arc throwing away Innocence, hnpplness, nnd their Fouls eternally. This Is most serious, for nets arc Irrevocable. 2. Jacob's cunning. It wns right that Jncoh should have the birthright, for It was according to Hod's plan' which hnd been pronounced (v. 23), but his 20-31- 1. Boys With a Different (v. 27). Ksau nml Jncoli wore In decided con They differed In nppenrnnce trast. Ksau wo n cunning nnd disposition. hunter, n mnn of the field. Jncnb war a plnln mnn, dwelling In font". They were born thnt way. Kvery child born Into the world possesses n peculiar bent which we cnll Indlvldnnllty. No two nro exactly nltke, even twins like Ksnu nnd Jncnb. Tho wine pnrcnt, the tencher, the educntor, seeks diligently to discover thnt pe cullnr Indlvldnnllty, nnd to give It dl rectlon necordlng to the lnws of Its own being. Thin bent Ih the basis of character. Neither Inu nor Jncob Is nn Idenl persnnnllty. Iloth nro ael dsn. II. Parental Favorltlim (v. 28). Isnnc loved Ksnn because he did ont of Ids venison. lie ought to hnvo loved him because hp wan his von. lint It In it Knd eommentnry upon n fa ther thnt his love for his son hnd such n sordid basis ns thnt of his stomach, Jsnne, however, wns llko mnny todny vhoe love Is secured through their ap petites. Rebecca loved Jnrnb, though we nro not told why. I'erhnps It wns becauso of his cunning. In this re spect ho wns like his mother, who practiced craftiness to n llnlsh on her husband. Cleverness Is n bond which stronglr' binds together ninny people, Mnny hold the respect of their friends wido-nwnk- e curity League to arouse the people of the country to n realization of the FOR true mennlngs of the war and at the ; same time lay the foundations for a permanent system of patriotic educa14 tion In tho public schools, tins now been extended Into nearly every state In the Union. The league Is rapidly completing nrrnngements, through tho vnrlous orgnnlzcd educational agetv-clc- s of tho country, by means of which Its messnge of mllltnnt patriotism will be carried into every nook and corner of the Innd. This effort of the Natlonnl Security which tins the Indorsement of nil the leading American educational authorities nnd tins enlisted the active of educators of prominence In every pnrt of the country, In being promoted under the direction of n notable committee, bended by Dr. Itobert M. McKlrny of the Department of History nnd Politics In Princeton University, who Is serving ns Eduea-tlonDirector of the National Security Icnguo under leave of absence. Mrs. Thomns J. Preston, Jr. (formerly Mrs, Orover Cleveland), Is Secrctnry of the committee. The Security League's objective Is. In nddlllon to giving exnet Information on the meanings of tho war und Its causes, to crente n more responsive American citizenship through the medium of better methods of permanent patriotic Instruction In tho public schools. Twenty-eigh- t Tons of Literature. In order to reach tho greatest number of public school teachers direct, the conducted classes In patriotic education nnd distributed Its literature giving practical suggestions on patriotic Instruction nt 254 of the principal Summer Schools for Teachers throughout the country during the past few weeks. The literature distributed by the League as the result of the work at these schools has reached a bulk of 23 tons. The estimates that It obtained Immediate contact with npproximntcly 200.000 public school teachers, who will carry the message home to classes totalling over 2,500,000 pupils. The Security league Is now preparing to follow up these results with n definite plan of organized promotion among the Teachers' Institutes held In tho vnrlous states every fall and untiled direction of the spreading of the propaganda In the separate states. The methods followed In the different states vary nccordlng to local condiIn some stntes tions nnd facilities. bo away from Ilerca when I enlisted, but, Despite the Tetal Lack of Definite formation. Official War Confident nevertheless I liavo often thought That th 6,tW,000,0O0 Popular War of your kindness to me. It is Willi plcasuro I write you and let you Crtdlt Haa Been Oversubscribed. know that though I'vo been sick Waaler Niwapapar Ualan New Strrlee. with 'Spanish Influenza,' tho Lord Washington. Probably 25,000,000 or lias brought mo back to health bought bonds of the again. n Hire Individual I enlisted in tlio 'Radio Service,' Lwiu, uuolllcial report Fourth LIlK-rtreaching Washington showed. A large but since- coming here my opportu-- ! proportion of these Ule4 their sub- nilics for actual sea servlco sudscriptions during the lust fw days of denly paled becauso of tlio long the campaign, which ended last night courso laid out for Radio men and Consequently It wlU be u task of many to change to a fireman. days to actually count the number ol I decided pledges and to compile reports from I expect to go to sea shortly. Tlio Naval Training Station is Definite figures the entire country. nnd the totnl suleKrlptlons to Urelonn situated on an island, and we havo were not available yet. Local and dis- been having bitterly cold weather. trict campaign managers, fatigued Today wo aro having great demonwith their arduous duties of the so- strations for our "Fourth Liberty licitation work, rested to figure up th Loan Campaign". I have novcr seen purchases. nvnlancHe of such enthusiasm. There aro about The only official figure lu hand, showing $1,400,000,000 yet to be sub- 8,000 men stationed here, and wo scribed. Depslte the total lack of defi- aro endeavoring to raise $720,000, nite Information, officials were confi- j which was the great quota of tho dent that the $n,000,0O0,000 populai third campaign when thero were war credit had bees oversubscribed about 15,000 men here. Great numTills belief was based on Indlca bers signed for Liberty Bonds Hons that advance promises of larg which can bo paid for by monthly sums from financial Interests In New payments through the postmaster. York nnd elsewhere would be found Ono thing lias impressed mo very to be fulfilled when the Uunl count It made. Banks have until next Thurs forcibly hero and that is tho atday to tabulate their subscriptions and titude of officers and men regard- Ling tho war. Despite the rumors report to federal llcscrve Hanks. Treasury officials declared It might current or pcaco negotiations anu be ns much as two weeks before the peace proposals by Germany and results of the whole country are her allies, tho sailor boys aro subknown, particularly If the number ol scribing for bonds, feeling that this subscribers runs as high as, present is tho only way to give us victory. estimates. Onto Sells, Commissioner of Indian Affairs, unnounced that tele- Wo have a peculiar notion that these graphic reports receive! by him from overtures of peace by our enemies the various Indian reservations show arc to try and thwart our "Fourth the Indians In this country have sub Liberty Campaign." Wo must havo scribed $l,ri00,000 to the fourth losn $0,000,000,000 as this will discourage This brings their totnl sttbscriptlons our enemies even moro so than on to all four loans to about $20,000,000. Allied victory. Tlio outlook for the Allies is very encouraging, but wo Asks Germany To Carry Out Terms. must not be too optimistic and lay Denmark, accord I nr to down our jobs. Wo must enduro to Amsterdam. news agency telegrams, has svnt a nolo tho end. I trust that wo as Amerito uennany suggesting that certain terms of the treaties executed between cans will fully realize this and not the two countries In the nerlod from be deceived. Perhaps you would bo interested IWiO to 1870 shoukl be carried out The Vnderlnnd Klnts out that Article V of in our daily program hero at tho the treaty of 1801. which ceded the station. Wo arise at 5:00 a. m Dukedoms of Schleswig-Holsteiand lash or air our hammocks dependto Prussia, irovlded for a ing on the weather. Then, at 5:30 Plebiscite In Schlcswle to decide a. in., wo muster and have roll call. whether the Inhabitants would prefer Next comes our cold bath, and then allegiance to Oerinaiir or to Denmark. This provision, It Is declared, never nas necn cnrrieu out. Ine . n to tho big guns nnd nm In lighting trim, I think. Still I would llko to wc oro ready for breakfast. Tho bo in llcrea this fall and bo in regiment I'm now in is through school, School is now going on and with military training, so wc have I think very often nnd very much working parties. Dinner at 12 about it. I can seo you now In class o'clock, and then wo go to work and in the office and in tho Franklin again until 4:00 p. m., when wo como Literary Hall. Professor, I havo learned to speak back to our huts nnd wnsli our clothes. You sec, wo aro aro oblig- a few words of French; I like tho ed to wash our own clothes. Sup- French soldiers well. I will write per comes nt 0:00 p. m.; nnd when to you every time that I can. wc aro not on guard, wo must lay Dear Professor, I hope and trust by that Is, stay around for any- that you will not work too hard this thing elso that may turn up. This year, for when tho war is over, I program varies slightly from time am coming back to seo you. to time. Our motto is: "Whatever Respectfully your friend, you do at Work, or Drill, do it William E. Obu- Quickly, Quietly and Thorouohly." Co. B, 51st Inf. Amcr. E. F., A. P. O. Trusting that wo nil may meet 777. each other again, and givo my best wishes to all who may inquire A CORRECTION about me. I remain as ever, with Tho following paragraph was best wishes. written on a page of correspondence Yours sincerely, which failed to reach Tlio Citizen John Miller ofllco in timo to be printed in con4 "Reg. 0" Co. nection with Sergeant Stycnce's Naval Training Station, obituary last week: Newport, R. I. "Twenty-eig- ht years is a short life, but it was given in a glorious My Dear Professor Edwards: cause for his country and tho freeTwo days ago I received your wel- dom of tho world. come and strengthening letter. I llis funeral services wero held in was suro glad to hear from you and t,ho Protestant Church, Chaplain glad that you are enjoying your- Wood officiating, on August 14, at self down South in the cotton region. 4:30 at tho same timo as two other Now you were speaking about of his. comrades. Every honor was rain. I would like to tell you some- paid his memory by American and thing about rainy weather in this Frencli officers and men. Six sercountry whero we aro at present. geants wero his An I can't tell you very much, as I American and French flags covered can't get any writing paper to tell his coffin and thero were wonderful it on. Now I have spent many days pink roses. The little church was on the Front. At last it came. We filled with French civilians, who marched thru rain and everything showed great sympathy." Somewhere in France. else, it seems to me, nnd very cold Saturday, Sept. 14, 1018. too. During ono night, a heavy fight took place on a certain sector. I could see tho flash light up the Valuable Cement elements and then hear the heavy A cement for mnklng repnlrs on boom nnd roar of tho heavy guns. switchboards when Iron or other metal has to be fastened to marble Some times one can seo a bombardment of airplanes. An airplane is may bo made from 30 parts plaster of parts, 10 parts Iron filings and half a a hard object to hit. It is very try- part salammonlnc. These are mixed ing on a fellow to bo on duty at tho wlth'acctlc acid to form a thin pnste. front; ono must go thru all kinds of It Is imperative thnt this cement be weather, and at niglit, quietness used Immediately after It has been must bo kept and ho must bo on the mixed. alert all the time. It was no snap when I bad a band grenade in ono Quality That Counts for Much. hand and a gun and bayonet in tho Try to be nggreeable. It not only other, and all the lime was expect- well pays one to act this pnrt, but It ing a Bocho to como over and visit nssuredly makes happier those with me. Hut if ho had, he would have whom we como In contact. Life nt Then been visiting yet. I wanted to put best Is none too flower-strewono out of business whilo I was why magnify Its unpleasant renlltles thero any way. Now I will drop by giving way to disagreeable or selfish tho subject by saying that I am used whims? pall-beare- rs. USED-U- P HATS SALVAGED BY QUARTERMASTER DEPARTMENT of the State Dethe direct partments ot Education has already been obtained by the Security In other states the propaganda Is hanoflafjilaVEsr HaafipLTVijfljl dled through the County Superintendaaaf HfHafcofcPjSf lallaaWllitfn ents, State Universities and by sending workers Into the state from the of the League. Some of tho mora prominent educn-tor- s Yanks Load Parade in Paris. of the country who are actively swUaflPHHHfl Purls. With enthusiasm unabated engaged In the promotion of tho Seby a pouring rain Paris celebrated tho curity League's Idea are: tint Dr. C. A. Itlchmnnd, President ot liberation of Prench towns from enemy and the opening of a campulgii Union College J Albert Shlels, Superintendent of Schools of 1,0s Angeles; for the new Frenchotloan. American tho Three Hun Dr. M. V. I.lhby. of the University of troopti, with the flag pa- Colorado; Dr. Liberty Hyde Italley, drrd nnd First Infantry, beaded a arhorlculturul and horticultural expert rudo of allied soldiers through thu streets. They were followed by ltd und author. glans, llnullians mid Itrlttsh, and by Examples of Operation. Greeks Mio had arrived in Pnrls from An example of the operation of tho the Macedonian front. Polish, I'ortu When thu hoH overyear And that their huts Jmve ho en their best dys they turn them Into tile hut lU'parUnent plan under state supervision Is given gucse, Serbian and Cxvcho-Slova- k sol of tho sulvugo dcimrtment of thu quurtonnuHtur Jcot la France, Whero they uro tlxed up or Hent uwuy to bo uiude, In Minnesota, where State Superinalso were lu liue. diers 4 over Into brand now huta. tendent of Education Schulz prepared tho Itinerary to be followed by Dr. William A. Prayer, of tho University of Michigan, In charge of the work In BRITISH GUNNERS WORK STRIPPED TO THE WAIST that state for tho Security league. In Colorado Dr. Llbby found It more ef fective und convenient to work direct ly with tho County Superintendents, but this with the heartiest approval of tho Stato Superintendent und tho head-quarte- rs Immense Airdromes Left By Hun. IjouiIuu. lu withdrawing from Fhsji ders and the Ilelglan coast the Germans not only gave up their siibmurlne bases, but also left behind Immense airdromes, Ileforv the enemy retire ment .Northern Belgium might huve been known as the home of the Gothn lty moving eastward tlw Gerumus lose the points nearest to Knghind from which they us to carry out raids on I.Omlou nnd other English towns, Hereafter, It Is believed, the Germans will find It Increasingly difficult to muke air raids Umii London. K3nEf$&'f X it L)BnTV Paf'ill'lf I nivalin mi i m aiiy MAJLd.CKOLL iiiilliiimiiiiiiifm l i. . i I acfx This Ilrltlsh olllclul picture taken somewhere on the western front suows u ilrltlsb ifuu crew strltiDed to the waist louding aud tiring oue of tho big guns. Pago Eight 4 , TUB CITIZEN Mrs. Mrs. John Wynn, this week A. H. Eslritlgo has gono lo Harlan County lo bo with her daughter, Ethel, who la very ill with Spanish Influonza. Mr. and Mrs. Gcorgo Moody, of Kingston, spent Friday October 21, 1018. sold a horso to Clay Thomas for tho; sum of $80, and bought ono from Thomas Willcox for $75. Thcro H lots of sickness in this neighbor- -' hood. The doctors call it influenza, with her sister, Mrs. John Wynn No tatmpondrntt puMUhfd iwIcm limed In full by Ihr writer. Th nm Born (o Mary Cole, on tho Dinst., Carl Boaln, of Lowell, is very low li not for publlr Uin, but M n TWrnc of iroM f ulth. Writ pUlnlr. an eight pound boy, .loo Powell and with pneumonia. There aro a fnmily will leave in a few days for largo number of cases of Inllucnza home last week on account of in Hamilton, O. Mrs. Nancy Colo and in thla county. JACKSON COUNTY fluenza. Mrs. Ellen Hays visited her I her son and their family, of Intl., aro Tyner Tynor, Oct. 20 Farmers ure about son, WilllaniT last week. visiting relatives and friends In this ESTILL COUNTY through saving fodder and sowing vicinity. Iron Mound Thomas Willcox will MADISON COUNTY wheat, of which thcro Is a greater Iron Mound, Oct. 21 The long leave on tho Kith for some placo In Coylo acreago sown than any previous III. Mrs. Mary 1). Walton and faml- -' drought was broken last night by Coyle, October 10, Water in this ly, of Noland, were the gnosis of, a good rain Died at Heitllesburg, year. Tlio cause is the work of our neighborhood is getting very scarco Mary L. Cole on tho I3th Mr. and the 15th. Nannie, tho wife of Lewis hustling agent, W. It. Reynolds and Liberty Loan on account of dry weather. Sever- Mrs. Millard 'Higgle, of Savlra, were1 Hall, of complication of tliscascs, Tlio meeting at our schoolhouse, Friday al of tho boys around hero wcro the guests of Mrs. Mary L. Cole and land was brought lo this placo for night, was a success. Tlio boxes called to Richmond, Thursday, lo family from tho 15th to tho itti. burial, tho 17th. Services at the sold for $10.00 for the Red Cross. bo examined for the army. Mr. and Clrronco Taylor Is on the sick list grave by Rev. MCDulfa, of Heitllesburg. The sale of Dr. V- - It. Combs', About ono thousand dollars was Mrs. Milford Powell, of Ohio, aro this week. Bonds visiting Mrs. Butler Wanton Mrs. lo Liberty subscribed tlio 15t!i, was largely attended, ami everything sold at good prices. Thomas Bullock has purchased from Oglosby, of Estill County, paid her OWSLEY COUNTY W. II. Reynolds the farm known as grandson, W. A. Winkler, nn exJ. I. Vaughn and Robert Harris aro l.'onkling (ho William Mullock place, for the tended visit Vlils week. Condas and Coi'rtling, Or. I!). A son wis boi attending the national fox races at sum of $750. The Spanish Influen- Downy Powell havo had influenza. 1 Mr. f.tic! Mr John Lyltle on Sep College Hill 'this week. Little Inez LQVIN CANS tS HAAt rW vrrvail za is getting scattered through this Willie Mundy took his family to the ; mher li'Ui Henrv Thomas. son .Ionian spent the latter part of last &2m 7WJ& vioinity. lid Vaugh and wife and mountains, Friday, chestnut hunt- Harrison Thomas, died of Influenza,; week with her grandparents, Mr. eight children and Mrs Anderson, ing. Mrs. J. W. Sparks, of this place. Thursday, October 17lh-M- iss Zona nud Schools havo closed in this end Mrs. Vaughn's mother, are all down Dreyfus les3 sugnr Blake returned from Mitldletown, 0., AMERICAN families would hnvowc depended thnn tho with it. Tlio neighbors are having Dreyfus, Oct. 19. There arc sev- Thursday, and is suffering from nn of tho County on account or Inllu-altaentirely wnr torn France, if lo cook and carry In wlwt thoy eral cases of influenza in this vicinsugar stocks. on our home-grow- n of Spanish Influenza. Sam enza. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Vaughn cnlj-Dicd, October S, Mr. Green ity. The little daughApproximately 75 per cent, of our sugar is shipped Hacker and Lucian Thomas havo in- - was recently railed to tho Jones. Ho was one of Jackson ter of Sirs. Dora Lamb is very ill to our shores. Wc produce about 1,000,000 tons of sugar Duff and wife aro "ilo of their daughter, Mrs Sheldon County best citizens. Ho was liked with diptheria. Joe Pitman was visiting George Thomas and family., Williams, at Irvine. Sho is belter n year. Our imports from abroad amount to over 3,000,-00- 0 by alii who knw him. He leaves a called Monday to see his daughter, -F- armer Sizemoiv passed through "t this writing. Miss Jess Conley. tons a year in normal times. wife ami nine children, and a host Barbara, who is very sick with ty- here. Fri.lav, enroute for homo from' who is leaching school near The United Stntcs Food Administration asks each family to limit its use of sugar to two pounds per month of friends to mourn his loss. The phoid fever at Dayton, O. Mr. and County. Mr. ami Mrs. J. 1,t'll- - is visiting her sister, Mrs. Joo per person for household use. The military situation dechildren all being with him at Mrs. T. H. Davis are visiting their W. Anderson visited F. F. McCollum Vaughn, or this place, while her mands that every available ship be placed at the disposal death, except Mrs. Mattio Newman, daughter, Mrs. Henderson Fox, of and family, Saturday anil Sunday. is closed.-- Mr. ami Mrs. Win. sool of the Army or Navy. When we save sugar, we save of Viva, and Mrs. Dr. Peters, of Cincinnati. Claude Lunsford, is Sturgeon, Oct. 18,-- So far, tho "llii'i H'ce and Floranco Moore were the shipping. Knoxville, Tenn. His remains wcro very ill with influenza at Robinson has not reached this neighborhood, Pleasant guests of Mr. J. W. Sparks, laid to rest in the family burying Hrspital Killans Riddier died at but wo can't tell how soon it might, Sunday Fred Witt of this place ground at Tyncr. October 15th, his home in Dayton, O., Sunday, of by outside appearances Farmers 'old his farm to Win. llislo for Perry Mcsser, a patriotic youth, who typhoid fever and was brought here liotiRlit a farm in Clark sick, of influenza, last Thursady IMPORTANT HEALTH DIRECTIONS all been busy saving fodder, 'M answered the call of his country, and for interment, Tuesday. Littlo cutting com. making molasses, anil County, near Log Lick, ror 61,750.00. Dr. A. T. Neal was railed to llarg. The epidemic of Inllucnza which was doing his bit for his nation, and Floyd Kimberlain, who has been an mothers are storing away tood for Estill County, last Tuesday, whoro is sweeping tho country has such a ROCKCASTLE COUNTY was stationed at Jacksonville, Fla., invalid for the past two years, spent winter home use. and for our sol- about two dozen people aro sick start that it is almost sure to visit Boone was brought to this place for buri- part of last week witli his sister, (liors. Thn nnnnlnc fnclorins nf this, of the Spanish Influenza. IUuo Fox every town antl city. Bccauso of al, near his. father's, Ezra Messcrs, Mrs. W. M. Robinson. Mrs. Addio place have been a great boom this i nere lias neon no limine, uci. passed thru here with some fat the war both doctors ami nurses aro new home. The cause of his death Fowler is very sick with influenza. summer, and I dare say, havo Sunday-schonor church at the hogs ho bought in Estill County for so scarce that neither will bo availwas Spanish Influenza. Tlio be proved successful. Sunday after- Baptist Church on account of tho 15c per pound. Mrs. Eva Wills, able in many communities. Whilo reaved family has the sympathy of noon tho Misses Klari and Elvn inlluneza disease. Mr. anil Mrs. Ebb who has been sick so long, is no bet- this disease is ratal in some cases Blue Lick II. tho entiro vicinity On tlio 17th tiuiu, ani anu nauy, n..il. oi i.ec, Martha Blue Lick, Oct. 21. Quite a num Brewer, Sallic Marcum. ter at this time Success to The it should not causo a panic for in Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Morris, of ber of the devotees of tho chase in were visiting their parents at Citizen and the many soldiers anil proportion lo the number of cases and many others enjoyed Grays Knob, brought their littlo tho deaths aro very row. Tlio printliis vicinity are attending tho Fox tho evening very much gathering 1,118 Paco ovcr Saturday ami readers. cipal danger cornea rrom neglect. threeycar-ol- d son back to Mrs Hunter's Association, whiph con dayA parly consisting ot Mr. and on tho Island Creek Fork. The directions given below aro inMorris' old homo for burial, in the venes at College Hill, October 5. Mrs. Ma Hudson made a business Mrs. 0. W. Clark. Robert Clark, and ROCKCASTLE COUNTY tended to bo or help lo those who family burying ground. The cause Albert Clark motored out from Rich-JamThursday.-- Mr. A well trained pack of picked trip to Island Citv, Cooksburg aro so tar from a doctor that they of littlo Russell's death was pelcgra fox hounds have been taken to com nionil one day last week and were Spenco has been in very poor j Cooksburg, Oct. I;) -- Little Elzy will havo lo caro for themselves. and whooping cough. The bereaved pete for prizes in the races and the health for sometime, anil seems to U'e SMts of Mrs. Clark s sister, Allen, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Alex To prevent the spread of tho disfamily has the sympathy of all bench show. Tho organization of a improve very slowly. Sherman Mrs- Tom Johnson, of this place-Bre- wer A Urn, is im,)roin'.' ory slowly. He ease there should be a quarantine Ihresh-th- e of community They will return home the last A. Riddle is hero with his is progressing nicely with club has been abandoned has been sick a long lime with ty- of all homes where tho disease Is the week. goods businessOctober Oth or' threshing grain for G. L. Wren, phoid. The news has reached here present. There should bo no visit until tho abatement of the epidemic. Bobtown C. C. Flanery, who proposed the was quite a memorable day for Mr. Toni Johnson, Ike Martin, ami Jas. that Wilso Baker, of the Mulllns ing ot those sick and tho peoplo Bobtown, Oct. 21 Mrs. P. J. Gar- scheme, was himself a victim of tho X. W. Brewer and wife. It being Hays Wash Grant, or Escnndide, section, was shot and badly injured. should avoid all gatherings such as rett has been en the sick list for tho influenza, and postponed his visit Mrs. Brewer's scventv-secon- d birth- -' was with homo folks over Sunday I He was shot in the breast with a schools and meetings or all kinds. past few days. Henry Neely re home until December. For this day, all her sons, daughters, and Jas- - Lambert mado a business trip shot-gu- n. by Caleb Mullins. But tho The homes should bo well ventilaweek.-i- ng turned homo from Hamilton, Ohio cause ho was compelled to cancel grand-childrcelebrated by meet- - to 't. Vernon one day last ted. physicians think ho will recover. Maupin. or Big Hill, was here whero he has been employed in the quite a number of fairs, clubs, etc., in and giving a surprise dinner,' M Tho tliscaso starts llko a very ro is just now reaching place. He is in Franklin County, Tenn where with many nice presents besides. ,m business ono day last week-T- here Tho influenza naner mills at that coltl with pain in tho head, here, antl all the people aro atraid very ill at present with lung trouble he officiates as County Dcmonstra "e Doomy has sold his farm to a or it. All tho schools have closed back ot the eyes antl down tho back. were present, seventy-tw- o, .nr. ami .mis. jus Thomas Guess has purchased him lor. Corn gathering in this vicin OYPliiilini? lhn f.nnilip nf .1. V. Brow- - '" Mioemaivcr on account or influenza, but we hopo There is usually bono acho and a self a new Maxwell car. Only ono ity has resulted in proving to tho or ami Mrs. Susan Marcum. They Grant were visiting in Berea one it will soon tho out, and wo may chilly sensation as ono has with an case of inllucnza in this com farmers that tho yield exceeded the were all received with a welcome day last week. Walter Beltlon is our schools. Influenza ordinary cold. In sovcro cases thcro continue munity, that being Mrs. Myrtle prognastications earlier in the sea heart from both tho dear old lady working llrst Irick operator at has put a stop (o all tho meetings is redness or tho raco; tho pain may Powell, which is in a very mild son. Considering the small number ,and gtoitleman. Mr. Brewejr was Flanagan. The serial, Gunner De- Tho people be severe and nausea and vomiting and Slmday-school- s. form. Miss Blanche Lawson is or hogs to bo fattened, tho corn crop seventy-nin- e years old tho 12th of pew, is sure iteresting; hope It will think it is pretty bad to havo to may bo present. Now H ono is taken spending sevoral days with her will bo about on a par with similar June. Thoy are tho parents of continue so. stay at homo so close, but they with theso symptoms when tho disease is "present in tho community sister, Mrs. John. Henry, at Boone. Conway seasons. Wo aro literally starving thirteen children, or whom all aro realize it is better than going and Lewis Gabbard was summoned last for religious instruction on Blue living. Tho oldest, Mrs. W. S. Conway, Oct. 21. All the schools getting with peoplo that have in- and a doctor cannot bo had ho Tuesday to tho bedside of his broth Lick. Wo never appreciate our Peters, is lirty-lhre- e, and the young are closed in this county on tho ac fluenza. Oration Ball nnd Ed Bur- should treat himself as follows: Go to bet) on the llrst sign of er, atGlassglow, who is very ill, with blessings until they take their flight est, Martha Brewer, is twenty-tw- o, count or influenza Mrs. Lucy Bel nett, ot tho Brush Creek section, symptoms antl tio ono of thrco and Mrs. Isaafi "Is God taking his vacation?" was May joy, peace, and happiness go don was called to Covington, on tne influoMzal Mr. were discharged, and they nnd their things. Start taking ono Warburgs Burns and little daughter, Etter tho query of a littlo Sunday-scho- ol with those dear old people through-- j account or the illness or her tlaugh-o- friends aro making merry at borne. tablet every hour for eight doses, or Marie, spent Saturday night and tot, recently, because the church Mr. and Mrs. the rest or their lives, and wo tor antl Mrs. Emily Mullins, or Poplnr Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Bob doors have been closed at Bluo hope they may live to see, more'.!. S. Pore, last Tuesday Mrs. J. Gap, received a telegram that her it your druggist docs' not havo these take a hot lemonade or other hot Benge, at Hugh. Frank Joss Powell Lick for three consecutive Sundays, happy birthdays like this one. Mr. P- Taylor is visiting her parents at daughter, Mrs. Etta Isaacs, was returned to Camp Taylor, last Tues on account of the epidemic. As antl Mrs. Brewer have lived peace-- 1 Maretburg this week Mrs. Maggie very low with influenza and was not drink. Open the bowels IhorouglUy with sails or oil. day, after several days' furlough at well might wo expect vegetation to fully together for many years, and Wren received a lettecylast week expected to live until sho could gel It tho pain is sovcro tako 5 grains Mr. and Mrs. Whitt Moody growth without sunshine and dew, as have raised a nice family of boys that her husband, Waller, at Camp home. there. or aspirin every two hours. Tho entertained, Sunday at dinner, Mr. far a Christian to grow in grace and girls. Thoy havo been faithful Green. N. C. had been seriously ill diet should bo son or liquid, but and Mrs. Bob Brown, of Garrard and advance in the knowledge of to duty, flaring to do right, antl al with influenza, but was some betabundant, nnd water should bo County, Joo Lawson and family, of tho Lord without partaking of the ways extended a hand of hospitality ter. Fannie D. McClure. an L. & N. MADISON COUNTY drunk freely, a glasa taken overy Fayette, end Mr. and Mrs. John bread from the Lord's table on Sun lo those who are poor, in need. I O. K. E., was called lo East Bem-steaWnllacefon. Oct. 20 Fred Anglln hour with the mctlicino. Tho great Lawson and family, at this place. last Wednesday to work has inllucnza. James Shaw of this danger ia from cxposuro by getting day. This is the tic that binds us am sure wo wisli there were moro Mr. and Mrs. James Gilmore spent to God, thru tho week, and connects or just such men antl women in tho. second trick for a few days. John placo and family antl four visitors uncovered while sweating or by Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. us, with His throne. If that tio is world D. McCollum has returned from nil have tho influtjnzn, a total of getting up for tho toilet without Clay Blovins. Dayton, 0 T. J. PolT nnd ramily, twclvo all in bed at tho samo timo; lielng well wrapped up. broxen, wo float away as thistle McKee who havo been sick for severnl days, all are doing nicely Mr. Russ clown on tho breeze a worthless To avoid a relapse, which if It GARRARD COUNTY McKee, October 21 A small crowd atom in tho universe. Had wo no bet are improving nicely. Mrs. Myrtlo Fraizer, also, had influenza, and is conies may lead lo pnoumonln and Paint Lick is expected to attend County Court ter proof of the immortality of the Paint Lick, Oct. 8 Tho burial or Calliham, rrom Berca, was visiting well at this writing Mr. and Mrs. death, it Is necessary to slay in bctl ' 4 today, on account of influonza.. Drs. soul than this hungering and thirst Hays Letlfortl look place heo Sat- her parents, Tom Gill's at this Fred Anglin's baby died or blood- - lor 72 hours nller tho tcmpcraturo V Hornsby and Anderson, who havo ing for thcBread of Life, this proof urday, October 2. Hays was tho only place. Saturday and SVunday John poisoning last week Mrs. Ada Gen is normal. If the temperature goes been sick with Spanish Influenza, alone would bo sufficient. Berca, son or Mr. and Mrs. Millard Lcdford, Vown nnd Miss Jessie Llnnvlllo woro try, oi this place, tlied last week anil up again tho 72 hours must start aro improving. D. Ben L. Bruner, hear tho Madisonian cry: "Com and was only twenty-on- o years old. quilely married last Friday. May was buried in tho Wallaccton from tlio last riso. After gctting-u- p Republican candidato for U. S. Sena- over ami help us." Chanel cemetery. She leaves live ono must bo extromoly careful to He enlisted in tho Navy a tow much joy bo theirs. tor, wa3 billed for a speech hero torjtiltlron anil a host or friends to avoid oxposuro to drafts, wet clothos Panola Log Lick months ago and was stationed at day, but appointment was canceled mourn her loss. J, C. Morgan or anil wet feet. A rclapso Is always Panola, Oct. 20. Mrs. Annio Chas- - Great Lakes, III., whero ho tell VicLog Lick, Oct. 20 Born to tho to somo carelessness in these on account of tho danger of crowds teen died at her homo on October tim ot tho Spanish Influenza. wifo or Charley Palmer, October this placo had a salo last week and duo spreading influenza By direction 6th. Slio leaves a father, three Charley Creech, son of John Creech, lltli, a girl Edmond Brookshire and sold his farm, stock, ami house matters; and Inasmuch as tho pnou-inon- in following this disease is very of tho Board of Health, Supt. H. F. brothers and a sister, a husband and also died of Spanish Influenza. Ho Dr. A. T. Neal mado a business trip hold uootls. Everything sold at ovory M inter nolillcd all schools in the a number of lo ihourn was In Camp Meade, Md Littlo to Irvino last Monday. Tom Bar good prices Robert Elkln has ratal It Is worth whllo lo tako County to close for awhile. Miss her loss. Her remains were laid to Will Letiford, son or Mr. and Mrs. mon antl wifo woro blessed by Iho rented A. J. Kldtl'a farm and haa precaution to nvoltl it, Tho great number of deaths In tho army camps Virginia Engle, who has beon in rest in the Jledhill burying ground, Burnam Ledford at Manso, dictl at arrival or their first child, a daugh moved in tho houso of Chester largely duo to tlio fact that tho school at Bcrea, is visiting homo Mrs. Chastcen was a good woman, his homo last week. Ho had pneu lor, who made her appearance, Oc who is now serving in U. S. is boys tio not report to tho doctor till folk. Lloyd Moore, a student at and was liked by all who knew her, monia. Tlio heart-re- lt sympathy or tober 10th. A good many people War Work at Lexington Tho far- thoy they can't keep State Normal at Richmond, camo Tho family has tho entiro sympa- - tho community is exlcndctl lo tho in this community havo influonza, mers aro nearly dono sowing wheat on aro so sick thatthen when thoy thoir feet, nnd bereaved parents or tlio thrco boys up to this dale wo havo not had any and ryo William Stowo's two boys get out thoy tako loo manychauccs tloalliSf Peoplo have Iiegun to aro improving from influenza. who havo been taken so suddenly. ofxexposuro to tho clemcnla. . Dr. R. H. Cowloy, Paint Lick, Oct. 21 Mr. nnd Mrs. gather corn in tne bottoms along Collego Physician, Dave Hcrvoy aro tho proud parents tho river ami crook, as it is withWo aro dear, PEACE TALK? or a flno boy Miss Sadio Ralston in high water mark Owing to tho dumb antl blind to peaco talk until Jlorea College. Ct imty, wo is homo rrom Georgetown Collego epidemic in our State antl havo piletl up that $000,000,000. Good Light Bread and Biscuit LOST, STRAYED OR STOLEN was omiletl last on account or influenza Miss Fan- our Sunday-scho- ol can be made from From Proctor, Ky, about Septemnie Dowtlen is at homo whllo schools Sunday anil until tho discaso subfollow YOU'VE HEARD OF th ber 20, ono dark bay horso mulo. aro closed Miss Mabel Hall, who is sidesBorn to tho wife of Tom who wasn't smoking who was Just About 3 or 4 years old, small wart suffering a sprained ankle, is ablo Vivion, a fine littlo daughter, GerA littlo "hog on loft shoulder. to bo up now. J. D. Wynn purlaih Wo had a flno rain last keeping his cigar lit. That's many. backed.". $25.00 roward for return. chased the Smith farm on Whllo night and this morning which was Robert L. Daugherty, Order a tack from your Grocer and be Convinced Lick fromxJohn Dozlor Mr. and badly needed. Drinking water was Bcattyyllle, Ky. HONOR LISTS OF bond buyers (Ad) Mrs. Harrison Mays' are tho proud getting scarco antl looked to becomo parents of a baby boy. Miss Bcu- - serious times in this county. Char- must grow faster and faster than Buy MORE Bonds lah Lcdford is tho guest of her aunt, ley Estop of Paris camo In homo tho casualty lists. East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else thy of tlio community. Mrs. Kyi Elyll Is somo heller Charles Cox SaviiigSugarSavcsihippiiig ' box-supp- er LSIrSYjj iCzSk"", isTSrLJi0N SJs' ck four-year-o- ld Brnss-Lotch- er $1,-ha- vo N ol - .!.. um-Brcw- cr, Sun-chestn- 21-2- es - I I - i en so-ve- ut son-in-la- - dt step-childr- en El-ki- Save Wheat for Our Soldiers POTTS, RYE FLOUR Oo-to-