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Devoted to tlae Interests of tine DEP.KA, The Citizen JCo-uinteLirL People CcnU Knowlcdgo is Powor and tlio way to keep up with modorn Knowlcdgo is to read a good Newspaper. MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, OGTOHEll 31, 1018 Ono Dollar and Fifty Per Year. No. 17 The Influenza The influonza lias been a real help to the Germans, for it lias impeded all our war work, though it has not stopped it. Other things, like the murder of the men on the Ticonderoga, have put new energy into us. But the influenza has deeply affected our life these last few days. To think of having no religious gatherings, and to have nearly all schools closed, and travel diminished, and so much activity diverted to the care of We are truly grateful that the deaths have been so few. And we must record our gratitude for the fine character and ability called out by this aflliction. How many young jicople have learned to bear responsibility, and how many neighbors have performed heroic services of love I 1 tho Chinese hnvo not been asked to fight in tho armies of Europe, they aro being used to a largo extent in labor of various kinds. They receive a wngo that Tlio general opinion among officials that havo been made to democratize In the German seems enormous to them, compared A Radical &feake-Ui and diplomats Is that tlio Gor- Germany. General Staff and War Cabinet Is with that which they aro accustomPresident Wilson lifts been at work man proposal for an nrmlslicc and Expected as a Result of the Quar- ed to receive, and in addition they pcarc, while having its origin in a on his reply to Austria's renewed termaster General's Retirement get n bonus for Icnving their own plan to gain timo for strengthening plea for an armlstico and peace, and the-siccountry and making a long jourI lie nrmy and.rcstoring its shattered it was expected that it would bo disGermany's answer to ney to Franco. Copenhagen. mornle, has now gotten beyond tho patched soon. President Wilson's latest communicaII was understood that in tho note tion says: control of tho military parly, and Tlio reply of President Wilson to. "The German Government has taken that the German people are tho forco tho President intended to touch up cognizance of the answer of the Pres- tho German pcaco noto gives lllllo-hopGovern- on the steps that Austria and Hunwhich is. driving tho German ident of the I'nlted States. The Presfor an armslico until tho Emgary havo taken in tho direction of ident Is aware of the ment to make for ending tho war. peror and the junker element in out which Another nofj from tho German releasing subject peoples from poli- changes being hnvo been enrrhd Ger- the government aro thrown out Ho nnd nre carried out In the Government, "explanatory of the tical bondage, but that Uio Austrian man constitutional structure, and that has struck to tho root of the wiiolo changes that have been made.or aro Government's pica would bo refer- peace negotiations are being conduct- matter and spoken language that is red to tho allied governments. Tho ed by n people's Government, In whose dignified nnd yet forceful and plain. projected in the German constituhands rests, both actually and constition and form of government, was Administration was said to bo well tutionally, the power to make the de- The reply meets with tho approval lealready ciding conclusions. The military powPresident Wilson appears to us in two .characters. convinced now that Austria received recently thru tho Swiss of tho Allies, so far as appears. gation, hut tho State Department did is nearly out of tho war and that her ers lire also subject to It. The GerWhen he speaks to the Germans he speaks for the whole note was will for peace is simply tempered by man Government now nwalts proposals not make it public. This country, but when he speaks as a Democratic party man Hcrr Lichknecbt, the Socialist for tin armistice, which shall be the understood to bo supplementary to we cease to admire him. a natural disposition to get tho best first step toward n Just peitce, as the who dared to oppose tlio war at tho communicaprocthe proceeding German President has described It lu his beginning, and made himself obnoxWe do not think with Roosevelt, that he is working tion, saying to tlio President that ho terms po'siblo short of unconditional lamation. Self." ious to tho administration of tlio ) for his own personal advantage, but that he feels that it must liavo knowledge of tho efforts surrender. Western Newspaper Union News Service. Empire tnilil ho was imprisoned, is necessary for him to work for the Democratic party in Amsterdam (via Umdou). The re- lias been released and is received order to get the support of enough DemocratSNto enable tirement of General von I.udendorff with enthusiasm wherever lie goes YANK ADVANCE him to carry forward the war. But we do think with Rooswas olliclally announced at nerun.' or speaks. Ho is a man of ability and Persistent rumors emnimtlng from qualified to lead. evelt that the Republicans who pay taxes and pour out lterlln nre to the effect that the Kaiser Humor continues that tlio U. S. blood for the war should have their share in conducting OF Intends nhdl'cntlug. The Frankfurter Steel is endeavoring to secure adTho danger of insolvency on tho terms of peace. Except in rare cases it and setting the .cluing openly demands the Kinper-or'- s dition land, leases and operations in part of the German Empiro is seen in which the Republicans have nominated weak men, the nlKlIcntlou. A political shake-utlio Black Mountain district in RIVER In the German General Staff and War in tho action of the people. They welfare of the country will be promoted by the election of Harlan County, which, if consumCabinet Is expected as a result of the arc withdrawing their money in Republicans. mated, will InvolvA millions of doltho form of coin from the banks and Quartermaster General's retirement. lars. General surprise wns caused hi Mer hoarding it in their homes. Tho Gen. Pershing Tells of Heavy l L'rnnl tin's would in- Whil.t .. n u lin by the fact thnt the dally report Treasury Department is forced to Fighting on the Vardun rvolvo only a comparatively small from German headmmrters was not issuo largo amounts of paper cursigned, ns usual, with the name of Genl rency to take its place. It is not part of the coal lands of Harlan Front. The taxpayers should remember that they are payLnter the following to bo expected that this kind of era! I.udendorff. County. ing for all mistakes made in roadbuilding in their counolliclal announcement was Issued: money can long retain its accepting the request ty. Remedy see that none but competent men have The spiend of influenza through- (J. S. TROOPS SEIZE FOREST to "The Kinperor, retire of Infantry Gendistress threatens. be nllowed to charge of the work. out Harlan County has been most eral I.udendorff, the first Quartermas-te- r How can we expict to have good roads when the disastrous tlio past week. HunThe selection of Count Andrassy General and commander In time dreds of cases havo doveloped, and Americans Clear Germans Out of of pence of the Twenty-fiftInfantry as tlio successor or count uurian man in charge of the road work is incompetent ? Bourgogne Drive Woods and Urlgnde, has placed him on the unat- as primo minister of Austria- it lias been a physical impossibility How long must we wait and how much speaking tached list. The Kinperor decided at Hungary is regarded as favorablo to Sharp Wedge Into Enemy's for physicians to care for all tho it require to convince the people that and writing will the snme time that the lower Khenlsh tho movement foe peace on tho part Lines Partial Withdraw, cases. Owing to tills overwork, they need engineers in charge of their road work? Infantry Ileglment No. 39, of which the al Made In Belleau filed death certificates have not been people. This desire is grow General hns long ben chief, shall of the How much money has your county wasted trying to Wood. and it is impossible to get a com- bear henceforth the name of I.uden- ing very rapidly and reports sug educate men to build and maintain roads? pieto list of tho deaths. At the tin gest that peaco may soon bo mado tight, dorff." Wnshlugton, Oct. derlaklng establishments it is csti ing No county is too poor to have good roads. Ills resignation, It Is believed In with tho other allies if tho United on the Verdun front Is described mated the deaths In the County the lu General Pershing's communique. London, will still further shnke the States docs not grant an armistice, past week have been at least sev Strong German counterattacks east faith of the German people In their in spito of tho denial of Emperor military machine. In the resignation Charles that be intends to desert enty-llv- e. I lie mortality lias ueen 0f the J It' use wore repulsed every of General I.udendorff Germany loses Germany. alwhere except In the Holleuu wood, heaviest in the mining camps, what often has been described as her though deaths in tho city have been where four successive assaults forced "military brains." Unknown before a purtlnl withdrawal by the Amerinumerous. Independence Hall, Philadelphia, the war. General Ludendorff sprang cans. West of the Meuse the AmeriIn tho fall of 1014 was the sccno of a notoblo gathercan lines were further ndvnnced In Into prominence as chief of staff to Field Marshal von ing, during tlio week, of represen Tho influenza has not slighted the face of determined resistance.. IHndenbiirg, then a General, In the tatives of eighteen of tlio Slavio Austria-Hungar- y through her now hindered, to mako a decision as to Madison County altogether, yet the Hunt Cleared From Woods. operations again the llussluns. When peoples included in tho Middlo Andrassy, their future organization and to rule situation hero s not as bad as is reforeign minister, Count In Armies comWith the Amerlcun ported for some other localities. Franco, Oct. 28. The Americans have Illndenburg was given the chief was Europe project of Germany and has sent a nolo to Secretary of State lU mand In August, 1010, I.udendorff "Since tho accession to power of Nevertheless, it is bad enough. Dr.' cleared the Oennans out of the Im- - appointed First Qunrtermaster Gen- Austria. At the conclusion of tho Lansing, requesting tho secretary's intervention with President Wilson Emperor King Charles his immov- llurgoyno Gilison, City Health Of- - portant ISoursogne forest, north of eral, but his position In reality has meeting they issued a declaration for an immedialo armistice on all able purpose has Jieen to bring an (leer, reports over fifty cases in tlio firondpre. driving a sharp wedge Into been chief of staff and collaborator of independence, unfurled tho flag of with von IHndenbiirg. fronts and for the commencement of end to tho war. Moro than ever city, and they aro distributed about tne enemy lines. a new federal stato and rang a new Soon after his appointment as First liberty bell cast for the purpose. this is tho desiro of the sovereign over Hie County. The siluntion in The forest was taken lu short rushes. peace negotiations. swinging eastward Quartermaster General, I.udendorff bepeo- the city is improving. There lias" the doughboys then of all the Austro-IlungariTlio noto says: behind the German lines and threatbe looked upon as the real Representatives of tho Allied na"Immediately after having taken ples, who acknowledge that their been one death in tlio city, that of ening to cut off the Iloche northwest gan to of Germany, and was recog "boss"' Foreign future destiny can only bo accom Mrs. Watts, who came over from of Grnndpre. direction of. tho Ministry of nised as the representative of the tions aro gathering in Paris for a Affairs and nftcr tho dispatch of the plished in n pacillc world by being Lexington. The nttack In the Grnndpre region nt great headquarters. It conferenco in regard tho matter of followed thnt of Friday, farther to was ludendorff who brought about the an armistice in case it Is decided to olllcal answer to your note of Octo- freed from disturbances, privations The annual meeting of tho Ken the enstwnrd. In which the Americans retirement of Chancellor von lleth grant ono to Germany. Tlio opinion ber 18, 1918, by which you were nblo and sorrows of war. and he was reputed to of General Focb, tho Commander- I'his is why I address you di- - tucky Highway Engineers' Associa advunced nenrly half n mile near to fee that wo accept alflho points IlanthevUle, occupying the high ridge have been resionsihIe for the appoint will count first in any and principles laid down by Presi- nctly, Mr. Secretary of State, pray tion, formerly the County Road En north of Ml of thnt village. The positions the Chancellorship dent Wilson in his varous declara- - ing Hint you will have the goodness ginpors' Association, of Konlucky, were taken after several assaults meat to and' von Heetling, both of terms that may bo agreed upon as chaells . was tlio intention of President Wil lions nnd aro in completo accord to intervene with tlio President ofwjii lie held at Owcnsborb, Novcm-wit- li Against the enemy machine-gunests. whom were described as United Stntcs in order that in her 12, 13 and li. Tho meetings or One hundred and seventy prisoners The General's rule nstFlrst Quarter- son is his noto to Germany. From the efforts of Presidont WM-;tlson to prevent future wars and to the interest of humanity ns in tho u,0 association previously havo been were taken. master General has almost amounted present reports, no further movo is likely to lio mado until somo idea to military dictatorship. Yanks Win High Ground. create a league of nntions, wo havo. interest of all those who live in held in1ebruary, but owing to bad an Immediate nrm-d- er weather at the time of the year and can bo gained of tho terms that aro taken preparatory measures, in or- -i Austria-Hungar- y With the American Army Northwest to bo imposed on Germany. that Austrians and Hungarians! istice may lie concluded on nil fronts the desiro for open air meetings, of Verdun, Oct. 8. From a day of exHun Prisoners Are To Be Fed. may bo able, according to their own and for nn overture that immediato it was decided to hold tho meeting traordinarily severe lighting the AmerNew York. Prisoners to the ntim doslro and without boing in any way negotiations for pcaco will follow." in the fall. Officers of tho associa- icans emerged slightly In advance ot her of 2.'0,oO0 have been captured on Italy lias begun her new drivo battlefields, It was made against tlio Austrians during tho tion bcliovo that past meetings havo the positions they held tho day before. western-fron- t are regarded as extremely known when the Federal Food Admin us Tho gains of tho greatest benefit necessary week and is aided by tho English Nurses in service ovorscas need not been high ground CONTENTS inspctton trips could not ho hnportnut, as surrounding domlnatlnK Istratlon disclosed that It Is feedln; troops. The action has been started much of tho sweaters "and warm knitted articles terrain has to feed them In addition to arranged. I been gained. our own troops now In France and in tho valley of tho Paivo and 'PAGE 1. Editorials: Tho Influenza; as well as the fighting men. over a front of about thirty There has been comparatively little many millions of mouths. The state Two Wilsons; Who is Looking Kentucky will accept tho cliallcnge tilterutlon In the positions oh the cen- ment points out the urgent need for a miles. Gains havo already been No union hours in a front lino canAfter Your Iload? Slato News. to greatly her orig- ter, but the American footing lu Itelleu rigid conservation program on ilie made, and it is tho hopo of Italy teen! "Last night at 8," writes ono World and War News. great United War woods, east of the Meuse, was more part of the American people, declaring that tho Austrians may bo driven must hnvo fed 500 inal quota toJho A.ll.C oftlcer, "I PAGE 2. Col. Hoosovclt's Carnegie men. I got to bed at 10 p.m., was Work Fund during tho big drivo securely fixed, notwithstanding the de that we must share our rood with back to the mountains by winter. subjects of our allies lu ml Hall Letter. Allied Armies called at midnight and from then to tho week of November 11. This termined efforts of tho Germans to 220,000,00 feeding our own population, Thoy aro eager to' gain tho Trentino force the Americans back. dltlon to irwas decided upon at n meeting of tho Tho Great 0 a. Striko Austria. The lighting for positions Just be- our unulcs nnd the 2.r0,000 German district and Trieste, tho "Italia in. fed 800 more." Stnto Executive Committo In Louis- yond llelleu "Woods began at four prisoners. Half ns much food nculn redenta," as it is called. Drive. Wednesday afternoon, which o'clock lu the morning, when the Amer- as has Heretofore been sent must be "Tho lied Cross has brought tho ville, PAGE 3. Serial Story. Women and wns called especially to consider icans drove their way forwurd. At day- forwarded to meet tho need, and this, Denmark has taken ndvantagri of only joy nnd happiness in tho livos Children Must bo Mado Safo. It Is declared, can only be accom the times to enter a request for tho proposition. General Chairman light the Germans counter-attackeof tho prisoners," wrilo a Now Haven the Her Way. by conservation. E. W. Hlnes, of Louisville, presided. and since the failure of thut operation plished which return of Sleswick-Holslei- n, soldier now al Camp Limburg, GerTho meeting wns attended by have launched three other attacks PAGE 4. Local Nows Itonis. Doors many, to his mothor. Ho rccoives was taken away from her by Prusparts of equally unsuccessful. Wages of Shipyard Workers Increased representatives from nil to Peaco will bo Opened. sia in 1801. Dy this loss of terrifood nnd smokes regularly from tlio Dcsplttf the desperate resistance ot Upward Washington. revision of tory Denmark was deprived of her tho Slato representing all seven the Germans'nnd their apparent IntenCross. lied Agricultural PAGE 6. Matters. wages In all shipyards of the country agencies engaged in tho drivo: tho tion to Initiate a Inbest land, and, for a timo, was nearMarkets. War Timo SweetenYoung Men's Christian Association, formation falling Into the hands ot to provide uniform national rates for ly ruined. Only tho spirit of her peoefTho Red Cross has ns many trades . ers. Young Women's Christian As- the Americans continues to Indicate unH practically all Jhe shipyard trades, by ple enabled her to rally and demons nnd professions represented in its tho Immediately, wus announced sociation, tho Nntionnl Cnthollo War enemy withdrawn! to the Ilrlquenny fective Uilnir Adjustment slrato to tho world what could bo Shipbuilding PAGE 7. Sunday School Losson. ranks as tho Army. Ono man cited Board, line, one Informant declaring It to bo the UoarU. Two great districts are cre- done with a poor soil and mcagor Second Lino of Defense Sud- for bravery shoWn whllo distribut- Council, tho Jewish Wclfaro the Intention of the Germans to withCamp Community Service, ated, oo for the Pacific Coast, and resources. den Climax. ing chocolato and cigarolta under tho War Library Association, draw to that posltlou between October the other embracing the Atlnntk ami n Now the American henvy Urn at tho front4was SI. Gulf Coasts and Great Lakes. In tho Salvation Army. Reports Si mid PAGE 8. Eastern Kentuoky.Nows. York hanker turned canteen workor. and tho Grip Epldemlo Hits Mexico. first Increases average 20 per coot ; In were made of tho recent departGovernor's Firo Proclamation. Celtic In Origin. the second 15 pr cent, with the basic Mexico City, Oct. 28. Spanish Inmental conference at Chicago, when A hook of instruction for nurses' sktttod trad Celtic for Tho word "Rhine" fluenza Is epidemic In virtually all representatives from fourteen states meaning "floor," und la u Itrltlsh word, rate at SOthe principal That Might Help Some. cents per hour In both. isles knitted garments has just been isthe parts of tho republic, except tho exof Mold (about to louve) ".Might I ask sued by tho American Red Cross De- met to hear Dr. John R. Molt, form a Celtic archipelago. Glastonbury treme south and u few of the Pacific Now York, director general of tho nnd not Canterbury was the sacred for a recommend, ma'am?" Mistress partment of Nursing with tho Porto Rico Again Shaken. coast states. Newspapers estimate the Mary, what could I truthfully campaign. "Hut, ftan Juan, Porto Ulco. Aaotber number of cases here ut 00,000, but tnccca of England, and Knglaud before that Iheso garments bo prenay that would help you to get another she was England was u Celtic country. fcsavy earthquake shock: was felt Th the death rate Is low. The spreud of pared as quickly as possible in order placet" Mnld "Just say that I know hav caused the disease to the Tamplco oil regions Among tho new oil corporations The lloyne was the sacred river of disturbance Is reported toMargin muny of your family secrets, mu'um." lo reach dlir nurses in Franco ahead ami seriously menaces the oil industry. Ireland, tho most political farther property loss at granted charters in Kentucky is tho Christian flowed Into the sea. , Ilostou Transcript of tho cold weather. Poncv, and small loss of lift and prop river that ea Has Tlx) (CoaUnnsa erty at AguadlUa. INTENTION TO ADDI KAISER'S CATE RUMORED AFTER MILL TARY DICTATOR RESIGNS. p g Hun Militarists Have Lost Control LUDEKDORFF RESIGNS World News , Although o Two Wilsons Kentucky News LINES WEST MEUSE p Who is Looking After Your Road? . ili-n-" value-Financi- h US.-H- eavy I Austria Urges Lansing to Plead With President an mann-Uollwe- ' n stop-gaps- io bc-ca- ox-ten- ds ovcr-snbscri- bo counter-offensiv- ro-qu- Read Roosevelts Speech on Page Two Pago Two THE citizen October 31, 1018 Col. Roosevelt's Carnegie Hall Speech official solely upon llio efficiency Willi which Hint official serves the If the President of tho United reference to nny parly; nnd in Juno Nntlon. And I ask you to consider ono Qlndw ia piuhl In lln nmipnl lu lias' nf llml. vonr. In nnswpr In some cor- 'on Republicans nnd voters, then you nnd respondents who signed themselves lllinB morc made to the nnd you Democrats I, my hearers, have no right to vote. ns "Democrats," he expressed his Independent Stanley and Not Democracy The Issue in Kentucky The Cincinnati Inquirer, n Dcmorntic newspaper of wide circulation nnd national influence, said editionally on Sunday, October 27, 1918: "President Wilson's plea for the support of the candidates of his party as n pledge of support to himself is if, indeed, advice was asked or nnd received. All America is supporting the Administration regardless of politics. We believe that such support will still be accorded the President regardless of the outcome of the election. Whether they are Democrats or Republicans we believe in placing Americans and Americans only on guard. That is the test that should be applied to every man's candidacy." If the President desired to intervene in the Kentucky Senatorial Contest he should have acted, as he did in Mississippi and Georgia, before Governor Stanley usurped the Democratic nomination and put beyond the power of Democrats the choosing of n Democrat whom they might wish to represent them. ill-tim- nt tins election or to discuss public quostions while the war lasts Tills appeal is emphatic repudia tion nnd reversal of tho President's announcement of a few months hack that "politics Is adjourned." It cast the gravest doubt on tho sincerity of that announcement; nnd indeed for tho last few months the Democratic party organization, acting witli the support nnd direction of the President's closest advisers, such as Messrs. Hurleson and Creel, has been working with naked eagerness for partisan success, and has displayed n greedy unscrupulousncs as to methods nnd n complete subordination of national interest to partisan welfnro never before known in our history during a great war. When this war broke out I, and all those who belicvo as I did, cast all thought of politics aside nnd put ourselves unreservedly nt tho service of the President. Of course if Mr. Wilson had really meant to dis regard politics ho would at once have constructed a coalition, nonpartisan cabinet, calling the best men of the nation to the highest and most important offices under him, without regard to politics. Now he openly by formal announcement repudiates all pretense of putting the public welfare above party. Now he declares that this is a party war, nnd that the Republicans, although he admits "that they ," have been unquestionably arc to be excluded from any share in controlling the war. Nor is this nil. He makes his ap- Imlinir nf din nnmnerntta nnrlv. Hnl. Im is careful In nualifv it so as lo exclude all Democrats who put loyalty to tho Nation or even loyally to their party principles ahead of adherence to the adHe in no way ministration. between Democrats who and those who are antiare pro-w- ar war. Ho asks the exclusion from Congress of the man who is without the slighest reference lo whether his is pro-wloyal or disloyal, paor anil-wa- r, triotic or unpatriotic. 'Hie President of the United States repudiates the position of being President of all the people, and substitutes for it the position of partisan leadership of one political faction; whilo even in this faction be makes servile adherence to his administration tho test of membership and of the moral right of any man to do his share in the great work of national pro-warar Contrast with this the position of Abraham Lincoln. In the darkest ln-nt llm fSvil Wnp Lincoln ile- ni;n,i ..nii. in mnt onv iviri v appeal or to apply any party test or any test save that of loyalty in tho prosecution of the war and loyalty to the Union and to liberty. In March, 1863, he advocated sending to Congress only "unconditional supporters of the war," making no c I Bethune's Far Away, But Mninmim Tim THIS belfry tower which has been bombarded regret that they had tint calico lliom- - who decline to put subservience to Republic. In n'1'1 "f selves "American citizens," saying' nny ld "In this time of national peril I "ce". ' m'Pcai mosi oi nu 10 me ' unlrlollo Democrats to mcot """'I''1' have preferred vnii im.m n Invni nnn slot, high- - whose boys are over in the nrmy ' M with '"'J'8 "f 1,,clr er than nny party platform; nnd in August, in tho only po- - 'icpiu.nrnn neignnors, and wno cio wish to seo these loyal neigh-vnn- r. thai letter he wrote lltical treated as enemies of the He- ..nnnnli..! In "nil Iboso President Wilson says that wh.i mninlnln l.nenn.litinnnl devo- -' In this an- - Republicans nrc not good enough to linn iii dm linlnn." mill peal ho explicitly included Ills own wrvo Uio Republic In Congress nt i" " political friends with those or his po- litical enemies, "whom no partisan to die for the Republic In Hie army T,,0' aro ood pnm,-rt- l malice or partisan hope can make nni1 and subscribe to " Pv falso to the nation's life." He thus 1,10 Laani Wo scnl 0,lr 0n s appeal to pro- explicitly based war men, without asking about Ilntl our brothers to spill their blood himself. likp water overseas under the ling: their altitude towards nvo our strength nnd our Again and again be appealed to "nil wllhntil stint to servo (he loynl men" nnd "to friends of the, '""'' Union and liberty" and in I8ol lie country nt home, to lloat the Loans, accepted his nomination ns coming lo 1,rrk u 11,0 war activities of from tlic "unconditional Union men." ovory kind; and now we are told Now, what does Mr. Wilson mean' "'at the blood of our sons, and tho when he peaks of these leaders as wives and llltlo children, do not s word in saying how yet "anti- - '"-ibeing, although "pro-war- ," administration?" He means that '? war is to be waged! Or what when the War Department was ad- - aro the terms on which peace is 'l0 "'a'lc. or what shall be our ministered with inefllciency they in- Policies after the war! vestigatcd tho matter and insisted upon efficiency. Ho means that when THE GREAT DRIVE DRIVE IT they found nothing circctlvo was HOME they in-- 1 being done in the work be speeded upj Sever before was the world asked sisted that SI70.000.000 for humane and He means that when they found six hundred million dollars had benevolent work for soldiers and that been spent for airplanes nnd yet that sailors. President Wilson writes to Mr. not an airplano had reached our sol- I'nsdK'k, head of the Welfare work diers at the front they insisted that nor soldiers should eet tho air- - for ' Army nnd Navy: "May I not call your attention lo planes for which the people had nnifl. Mr. Wilson regards it as a matter which has been recently thought not a little? to demand engaging my r,..-i i i. 'Pi. .. w "L-"hat our u'a out men nt t ie front "' Young Men's Christian As receivo the guns and autorifles and n' tanks and airplanes and shoes and sociation, the Young Women's Chris clothing for which Congress has ap- tian Association, tho National Catho propriated so many billions of dol- lic War Council (Knights nf Colulars. The entire offense of the Re- mbus, the Jewish Welfare Board, the publican leader in Mr. Wilson's War Camp Community Service, the eyes is mat nicy nave ucmanucu American Library Association and that ineniciencv. waste and cxtrav- - the Salvation Army as accepted in- agance be remedied. Such a demand strumentnlilies thru which the men lle ranks are lo be assisted in he treats as matters of I hold, on tho contrary, that these '"any essenliai leaders have in a great tion-- and morale, was evident from tho first, and crisis shown complete indifference to complete devotion to the ,!9 become increasingly evident, parly and Union. They have disinterestedly that the services rendered by these supported Mr. Wilson in everything agencies lo our army and to our al-did that was right, and fearlessly lies are essentially ono and all of opposed him where ho was wrong, a kind and must, of, a necessity, if Over half the Democratic leaders well rendered, be rendered in the It is my judg whom he is now supporting opposed closest sup- - '"ent, therefore, that we shall him when ho was right, and him when he wa wrong. He "ro the best results in the matter urges that the people return to Con- - of the support of these agencies, if these seven soeities will unite their press the men who were anti-wthe failures or tho forthcoming appeals for funds, in but who shielded Ho urges that tho order that the spirit of the country administration. neoiile defeat for Congress tho men i" this matter may bo expressed who were pro-wbut who sought wibout distinction of race or reli- to remedy the failures of tho admin- - Rios opinion in support of what is istration. The Republican leaders in reality n common reserve." The first question that will arise whom ho assails have put loyalty to the Nation ahead of all other con- - '" many minds, on bearing that the siderations and have conditioned President has requested a joint cam- tlieir support of every executive paign for $170,000,000, on behalf of organiza- the different lions engaged in war work will lie, "What s the need of such a largo sum of money?" The great underlying need is iff the mighty change in methods of warfare since tbe days of Napoleon and Orant. In our great Civil War of fil, a man went inlo battle, founght for a few hours, or t most, a day or two, and then retired to a place of safety, wber" lie could rest and sleep and tono up hK nerves. While Inking the rest, he knew ho was secure from danger. In this war, all this is changed in eery phase. From the moment our men Jeave our shores, they are under nervous strain. Every moment nt sea they are under tills strain because of submarines, and everywhere in Franre, whore wnr preparations are undor way, they nre under this strain because of aero- planes. When the reach the fight- iug line, they are under additional strain because of gas attacks. When they are resting behind the lines in Iheir camps, (hoy aro under strnin because of attacks by aeroplanes nnd long distance guns. The drain, tborofore, on the nerve force is terrific, and how to relievo the strain is the great question. One of the best ways has been to' reel "liuls nt nil camp centers, where the men can gathor, play games, sing songs, read, wfilo letters, and watch theatrical performances nnd moving pictures. Annth- uign-wou- aDjedTrmies strike austria at two points Italians Opon Smash as Entcnto Forces Win Drive in tho Balkans. ROUMANIA TO WA1 " P"-'-1-- French Patrols Cross the Danube In Vicinity of Lorn Palsntta Enemy In Full Retreat In North, ern Serbia. w Stanley's Record As Governor he has grossly abused the pardoning power and has turned loose upon society scores of the worst criminals the State has ever known. He has sanctioned an increase in offices to be paid by taxpayers, after promising to abolish some of those already in existence. He has increased the burden of taxes on the farmer and the owners of small homes, after promising to reduce those exactions. He has Stanleyized the charitable nnd penal institutions of the State. He attempted to convert the State Board of Health, a institution, into a partisan factional machine to serve his personal purposes but was thwarted by the Court of Appeals which saved the State this disgrace. He has been the willing instrument of the Liquor Trust, both in Congress and as Governor. He vetoed the bill, passed by the joint efforts of Republicans and members of his own party, to prohibit the teaching of the German language in our Common Schools at public expense. He dare not appeal to his own record in this campaign. But he cannot hide it. The people know it and will judge him by it. The enlightened Christian Citizenship of Kentucky may be depended upon to do their duty in this contest. Adv. non-partisa- "' ship-buildi- ng n . ..... '"' I)ni!on. Oct. IM. The nllli-- force nre striking hnrd nl th weakest link In the nniior of the eetitrnl jmiwits. Is IicIiir closed In on two sides. The Itnlliins, on the west, Imve begun ulmt deems to be A serious offensive nml In two dnys Imve mnile Important pilii. tint only ulonir the l'lnve river tmt In the mountains to tho north. In the Iliilknni the allies nre driv. ing steadily closer to They hnve eMnMlKhed connection with llomiuinlii, milking the of Hint nntlon Into the wnr likely. I'rnctlcnlly nil of Ilulirnrln hn been occupied slnce-th- e surrender of that country. Nearly nil of Serhln hm been liberated. n hns the greater pnrt of Altmnln nnd part of Mouteiiecni. The allien unvM nre .scarcely score of mllot froti Ihe llmiRnrlnn bonier nt some points. Allies Enter Roumanla. Purls, Oct. 'is. Allied troops Imve entered Itoiiiiinnln nnd the rrlensu of Hint tuition from the dominion of the cclitrnl empires Is mmle likely Tho drat nlllod forces to enter the country which whs overrun by Ihe (JonimiK nnd AiiMrlnns more Hum n your nsn were French patrol, which crocJ tlu- - Piiimlic in the vicinity of I.0111 Atistrln-IluiignrAuxtrln-Hungnryy 11 1'nlnnkH. Other allied troopx nre known to In the vicinity of Vldln, nnd tbe nre reported to hold the southern or Iliilpirluu iKink of the river for it le nl-ll- recrea-Republic- an " he ar ar non-milita- ry se only Americans to get back homo for a good while will be those who aro invalided home. What, then is lie going to do when ho gets his week's leave from training and fighting? These seven organizations have" set about about to solve the problem. This has been dono by engaging great hotels, with their tennis courts golf links, wlicro thousands upon thousands of American men can en-Jthemselves as they would at a club or resort in this country. They places are being managed by American men and women who have gone over solely for this purpose. and Monlo Carlo, formerly famous gambling rcsoris, have been leased for vacation resorts. The work that these organizations nre doing will be of tho utmost importance during tho winter, when the fighting will bo checked and tho weather incclement, when tho cannot be indulged in as they are in the summer, and when the feeling of lonesomeness over oy ns takes a man even under normal conditions. I have often heard tho plication asked, '"Well, if this work is so necessary, why doesn't tho government pay for it out of the bond issuo?" The answer is simpple nnd direct. It is a purely personal osrt of work, and to produco Jlie host results must continue to bo so. For tho boys to feel that this is something that the folks nt homo nre doing directly for them adds greatly to its value. If it were dono by the government, it would bo dono undor military direction. When a man now steps into one of these huts, he feel that he is stopping out from under military control and supervision, at least for a moment. Tho relief is great and valuable. Man's Ignorance. A mnn he Is nt dlstHlice of PO mile. Enemy Fleeing in Serbia. They nre hprendlni: northwnrd Ihe famoie "Iron (Jntes of tho Pnnulie" at the bonier of lluncnry. Tlie AOHtrlan forc- - In the north nf Serbia nre In full retreat, closely pttr-ue- d by the Serbian nnd the French. The capture of Neeotln hit broucht mile of lluncnrlnn ihe nllle within nl being driven out of Tlirv nlniiilv have fnllen buck to the north of the river Matin. Paris Report on Victory. An oftlelnl reiMirt telling of the op eration In the ItHlkHti .follows : "On the Innnbe In the region of Iim I'alHtikn there hnve been nrtll- lery duels. The lire of our butteries ilnimiged nu enemy monitor. "Sorbin On the front of rnmcln Knrallevo nlllcd forces continue In pucult of the enemy, who Is ret rent log to the north. Two hundred pris oner Imvo been tnketi." Retreat Made Swiftly. With Hie Allied Annie on tho Sorbitol Kront. vln Snlonlkl. Oct. 20. Tho Serbian, supported by French north of Nlsh nre continuing to ndvnttce. with llelgrndo SO miles disI territory. The enemy AIIhiiiIh 'i niv-nlr- y, It I evidently the desire of the to evnctinte Sorbin nrt never llcnvirn how lienor-ncheaply ns possible. until he tries to run tho ipitckly nml house when his wife Is sick. Clncln-nu- t Illlt their retreat Is being made costI Knqulrer. ly by the Serbian. 11 tant. Hun's Last Cent Goe to War Beyond Nlth. Krnllovo, HO miles oiisniorthcuxt of Nlsh, tins, been occupied by the Serbian troop, snvs a Serbian olllelnl Mntcmont. In the snme region the Sorblnn hnve crossed tho TsnrnltMi river. Serbians Win London. Oct. CO Mile 2.S. HUGE CROWDS SHUT SALOONS Philadelphia Dram Shops Closed Aaaln After Being Under Ban Three Weeks. Oct. 2S. Alnrmed by crowd of riilluilelpliliinsv who poured Into ('tiiinleii. X. J., II. Diils. president of ihe ('nmdon bonrd of health, issued nu order closing every saloon in tho city "In the Interest of public henlth." The MilooiiH Iihi been closed for three weekx owing to the I11ll11enr.11 epidemic, but the I urn whk lifted shortly before noon. Kurly In tho night extrn details of police were culled out. but the crowds became mi grout Hint Doctor Davis decided to iiguln put tho bun 011. The closing order wus tnodl-lli'In this clly mi us to penult Ihe opening of diuretics Sunday iinil of cliools on Monday. I'hlltiilelplilM. ihe great V il ' BRITISH CUT HOG RATIONS Thrift Card. That what shows. A Germanshows that German privatethe picturetrenches was It the n la wf fYillnwInfT I li n mn In In Min off and on for years by the U In Dethune. A long way from hero la Dethune. A safe dls-away And the way our boyB and their alllos aro kIvIdb It to the Hun theeo days tnero sueum little likelihood that these German guns will evr get close enough to Portsmouth, Ohio, or Richmond, Ky., or Unlontown, Bu- -, to wrock any buildings. Uut battle's tide turns quickly. One letdown by our boys or their and the Hun would again have the whip hand. The boys won't let down If they aro kopt fed, clothed and munlUoned. Liberty Honda are tho agency which will keep them that way. How many are you buying? rf.nrIios, prividing them with with articles nf food not supplied by Ihe government, with tobacco, chocolate, nn( other things that thev crave And still another great pieco of work is providing places where our men mny go when on furloughs. Tho Frenchmen and Ungllshmcn, when thoy get their flvn or ten days leave, can gel to their homes. Tho Let that sink into your mind. Then figure out what you should be putting into Liberty Honds. And when you have figured it out PUT IT INTO THE HONDS. is a in able to save enough out of his few cents a day wage to lend to his government. Less than a dime a day ! And still he can buy thrift stamps I This thrift card was taken from the body of Kmil Schneider, Wurtemburg rifleman, killed by a United States Marine at Chateau Thierry, and is the property of C. A. Hamilton of the Washington staff of the Buffalo Times, whose son is in Eurojc. Less than a dime a day! And still he can buy thrift stamps! Allowance of Concentrated Feed to Be Stopped, Says the Agrl. cultural Board. London, Oct. 2S. Keepers of pigs have been notified by the bonrd of agriculture of the probuble discontinuance of the smiill riitlou of concentrated feed which hns hitherto boon allowed them. The notice wiy, shli-pln- g space 11111M be ummI to bring Amorlcnii soldiers mid their supplies to Krnnre. The board sii.vh It Is of the policy to force the wnr to mi early successful Issue Hint action In cutting down feed uupplleti In tuktu. October 31, 1018 THE CITIZEN degrenadiers" tfsed"" tT be. They-h- re WOMEN AND CHILDREN ployed In skirmish formation, which means that every man Is three ynrds MUST BE MADE SAFE from the next. They were nrmed only with grenndes, but, you can take It from me, thnt Is enough I Ilehlnd them como two lines, nlso In skirmish forUy On. ANNA HOWARD SHAW, mation, nnd nrmed with machine gun Chairman of the Woman's Division of nnd grennde rllles. The first men on the Council of National Defense. tho left enrry machine guns, then como civiliGermany hns outraged all three rifle grenadiers, nnd then nnoth-e- r zation tins done for tho worldthnt s for machine gun nnd so on down tho of years; In fact. It Is beyond length of tho line. After these come question thnt the two lines of riflemen with fixed conduct of the (1 c r in n n nntlon Then come tho trench elenners, or during this war , moppers-tipas we call them. They proves thnt the were some gnng, believe me. Imnglne kind of "Ktiltur" n tenm of rugby players spread out In which expresses two lines only with hundreds of men Itself In tho vioon tho tenm Instead of eleven, nnd lation of national each man n husky, capable of hantreaties. Ignores dling n baby grand piano every rule of wnr, These fellows were nrmed glories In the muwith everything you could think of, tilation of Innoand a whole lot more thnt you could cent children, In not dream about In a nlghtmnre. It the nssasslnntlon nnd worse thnn used to remind mo of a trial I saw Dr. Anna H. Shaw. 'nvcry of womIn New .York once, whero tho police en, nnd violates hnd raided a yeggmcn's flop nnd had every prlnclplo of honor, Is malicious all their weapons In the courtroom as and degrading. He Had Been Crucified. If such a system were permitted to exhibits. were heeled with conquer In tills struggle, It would The moppcrs-uxiniiiiriiiiilcT "V76 TrrTJpTIosrrTliiiuKliT wrest from the freo people of the sticks, clubs, shlllelahs, black-jackmake the ronr of the cannonading nxes, trench world not nlone their freedom nnd cleavers, seem Intolerably loud nnd could see knives, their Ideals of democratic Justice, tomapoulards, the bursting shells, particularly those hawks, brass knuckles, slung shots which, through generations of prlvn-tlofrr-- i tho Ilrltlsh ships. perseverencc nnd Indomitable anything thnt wns ever Invented for Then we came across some Turkish crashing n mun with, I guess, except will, they have wrung from the past, prlsoueis who were sheltering In an firearms. These knock-dowbut It would crush all the achievedrag-ou- t old barn, I guess It wns, nnd we ments of peaceful Industry, of educanrtlsts follow the riflemen very closely. tion, and especially of spiritual aspirastopped for shelter nnd rest. They Their Job wns to take care of all tho tion, which nro the fruits told us thnt their troops were very who could not cscnpe nnd would of these generations of world service. long fighting, but thut they Turks tired from , not surrender. hud plenty of men. They u couple Must Save Our Children. There nro lots of men In nny nrmy of sliells hnd dropped nbout u bun- We must snve our children from the who will not surrender, but I think dred yards from the burn Just before probnbly there were moro Turks of debasing spirit of militarism. If Amerwe came, so we knew the butteries thnt gnmeness than men In most other ican men nnd women are ever again were trying to get our range nnd we part to hope for the things they have cherdid not stay any longer, but went armies. I have heard that It Is a of their religion Unit n man. If he ished, nnd from which their nncestors nwuy from there and on our rond. sough't to escnpe when they defied tho dies fighting, goes to n very speclnlly tyranny domination of might About 500 yards farther on we enme fnncy henven, with plenty to ent nnd nnd gave of the world the democratic to ruins, nnd when wo went Inside to tho smoke. And I suppose If ho surren- - Ideals ..... . I rt i....... i.t.... of Justice and equality In the .uU....w,r.wui,ur..o,)UK...K ,,e (,crfl 1)Cevc t , Immortal Declaration of Independence und sleeping und not giving n thought the blnck gung. stoking for eternity to which our ling nnd our country nre to the shells or shrupuel. The mules down below. It wns awfully hot nt the outside were bunging away ut the liny, Dardanelles nnd I guess the Turks dedicated. It is not enough thnt Germany shall us though there never had been u war did not wnnt It nny hotter, for very be defeated In bnttlo or conquered by In tho world. There wus no shell made few of them ever surrendered, nnd the that could budge them awny from trench elenners had a lot to do. Their hunger; she must bo shown tho truth, thnt the world will no longer permit hay unless It hit them. that Job Is renlly Important, for It Is dangerover-ratepower Then along came n cart making u ous to have groups of the enemy alive nny people to hold pence Its lot of racket. One of the fellows In It and kicking around In their trenches which threatens civilization.or paralyzes processes of hnd half of bis face shot nway and nfter you have passed. Almost every the "We Are Awake Now." wus all banduged up. but he was try- - prlsoner we took wns wounded Whatever may havo been our error ing to sing aim mugn just uie same T,,0 one ,nInf; j ,)o not iko to have may as the rest were doing. They were p ,e ask m(J ,s docg ,t fce, to In tho past, however blind wo hnvo been, we are awake now. Atizncs, und wero pretty badly shot up. nd t thlnk 0l0 othor Whntevor mistakes we have made wnn?.. The'word Annie," us you probably boyg feel ule 6nme wny al)0Ut lt u In the past, however we may hnve know, Is made from the Inltlnls of Uie ,s not tlllnK you nke t0 tnik nbout and New Zenlund army or thlnk nbout eltner IJut ths tllne, underestimated Germany's desire to Australian crush the democratic Ideals of tho corps. They hud a regular town, culled nt bench, when we got past the world, now that thut purpose Is known, Aiuuc. on the peninsula. At Suvla flrst nm secom Turk trenches and It must be overcome If womanhood and buy nnd around Gabn Tepe the Anzacs wcro ot work on the thtrd x do not nro to be saved anywhere. got further Into the Turkish Hues than mind saying Unit I wus glnd whenever childhood There can be reparation for these any other unit in the tilllcd urmles. deeds nowhere, either In this world They wero wonderful fighters. or In tho world to come. Tho only ly tills time the Turks were mnklng hope lies In such a conquest over the an attack, and all you could see to spirit of Germany that It may learn the front was one long line of smoke the truth ; thnt It may understand that and spouting earth. Then our guns today, as In time past, the only founstnrted und the noise wus deafening. dation, security nnd stability for nny It was worse than In the turrets people, Germany Included, is In rightaboard ship during an engagement. eousness; thnt nbovo the ronr of batMy head rang for days after we left tle, the shrieking of shells, the groans the Dardanelles. of the dying and the cries of little children, the prophets of old nre callThe Turks wcro getting n better lden ing in tones that tho whole world and of our range now und the shells were Germnny must heed, "What does It falling pretty, closo to us, but finally profit a man? What does tho law rewo tore In with the nuvuls quire of them hut to do Justly, to love and ripped up three of their butteries. niercy nnd to wnlk humbly with God7" In the lull that followed we made good "Spirit Regenerated." time nnd reached our front line posir during the aftertions nt It Is not enough that the mllltnry noon. power of Germnny bo conquered, but Tho next morning we mudo our first tho Gentian spirit must be regenerated. Her mind must be open to learn the attack. I had had u bad night of It, thinking ubout Murray, nnd when the truth nbout her false Ideals of military power, und we, too, must lenrn that time cume there never was a chap our light Is not alone to save our counmore glad to charge and get a chance try, Important us that Is. We have ut the enemy with the bayonet thnn more thnn our own safety to servo; I was. we must win peace, pence for ourselves Wo uttucked nccording to n program, and peace of tho whole world for Time curds were Issued to the ouicerf" without world peace thero can bo seof each sectlou, so thut we would work cured peace In no part of It. oxuetly with the burrnge. To be uheud Then I Would Stick Another One. of, or behind the time curd, would smiling, nnd that helped somer I guess cXdl' '.'I1'''- -1 I was lonely, to tell the truth. I did more Kiuu Hlii'll haw UIIUllllT uuo thut Is, the minute when you leave coming. I guess Ii saw red ull right. not know the other garbles very well, the trench. Some of tho Anzacs said It Kach tlmo I thought, "Maybe you aro and tho only one left that I was meant when your feet got the coldest, got his soon the one who did poor old Murray." really very friendly with tiut I do not think they suffered very MurAnd I could see Murray as he looked afterward, though not as bad as much with trouble In the feet not when they took blm down from the ray. And then thero wns no ono that when they were advancing, unywuy. storehouse, wall. Then I would Stick I wus renlly chummy with. Thnt would The time curd might read something not havo bothered me at all before Murray died. like this: First wave, zero, udvuuce, another one. rapid walk, barrage "5 In 10 seconds, having The other lad I spoke of The others from tho Cnssard wero been chummy with was as tuke first trench, 0:20; second wave, Phllllppe , too, and they went at the same us tbe flrst, puss first trench, wus Pierre. Ho was about eighteen nnd 0:23; take second trench, 0:35. Tho Turks In great style. There way came from Ilordenux. lie was a very nothing to complain ubout In tho third wuvo Is ordered to tuke the third wo hud cheerful fellow nnd he nnd Murray trench, nnd so on, for ns many lines they fought, but I wished thnt TortMgu and I used to bo together n lot. lie hud u few moro boys from tbo us the enemy U entrenched. The other felt almost as bad nbout Murray ni waves might bo Instructed to occupy Legion with us. I think wo would huvo I did. and you could see thnt It gone clcur on through to ConstantiHill 7, 12:0S, or dig In behind rock changed htm a great deal, too. Hut ho nople. 12:15. Here, zero Is understood, the Hut the Turks wero not ns bud us was still cheerful most of the time. first figures standing for minutes and us good or bettho others for seconds. It might take Vrltz. They were Just (To bo Continued) fighters, ami u whole lot whiter. several hours to curry out tho pro- ter us Often, when we were frying In tho gram, but everything Is luld out to trenches und not n drop of wuter wns nn exuet schedule. to be hud, something would hind on Initial Step to Independence. I wns In tho sixth lino of the third tho ground neur us and there would be people nro Tho fuct that wave of attack und zero wus 4:30 a water bottle, full. Sometimes they almost Invariably "close" and "savins" u. m. Whistles were to be the signal almost bombarded us with bottles. hnve that reputation, for zero und we were to wulk to the Then, too, they would not llro on tho and usually mighty good pointer for should bo n flrst lino Turkish trench. As we came Ited as the Germans do ; they those who are always hard up. It out our burruge fire would be burst-In- s wouldCross, hold their fire many times when Isn't luck. It Isn't robbery that starts CO yards uhead of us und would we wero out picking up our wounded. young people on the rood to Independlift 25 yards every 10 seconds. Our Sovernl times they drugged our wound- - ence. It Is common sense nnd moral stunt wns to tuke ndvantuge of it ed as close as they could to the barbed courage to deny themselves that doe without walking Into It. wire thnt wo might find them eusler. the buslpes8. No ono man can see ull of un attack, After Murray died I got to thinking which may extend over miles ot a lot more than I used to, und though ground, but during tbe three weeks j dld not hllV0 any hunch exactly, still But Hardly to an Ounce. I wns In the trenches on tbo aulllpollk felt nB though t might get It, too, peulnsuln we uiude four gruud uttacks whcn wog Bomethlng I bad never so I'at had applied for u Job us butler, many the man of und many minor ones, so I know In u thought much ubout before. I used to questions, usked the houso. ufter know him: "Do you general way what tboy are like. Each think about my grandmother, too, your wuy to announce thinking l" wove Is organized llko the others. wheu I had time, and about Drown. ho usked, "Do you know I'at, weight your First come three lines of whut you I used to wonder what Drown wus to an ounce)" replied: "Begorra, I might call grenadiers, though they ure doing nnd wish wo were together. But don't, sir, but I know It to a pound or D0t nicked for, size us t,b nh) king's L. could remembec iov. srundniother two." thou-sandbny-onet- s. slngle-hnnded. p d ' hnrd-enrne- d . d j I'ago Ttirc. HER WAY Dy JACK Albert. CA'OUNNER dot ... 5r i w 21 mai LAWTON. AND CHIEF PFTTnPPrrrri ? ? w vjuin vviininck SYNOPSIS. unnti, ur nt i BATTLESHIP CASSArD' CROIX DE GUERRE dsZZ wn only up to their wnlsts they enrao CHAPTKIl N. Drpew. Author upon barbed wire entanglements nnd or the story, enlists In the United Htotcs not n man got nxhorc that wny but navy, serving four years ana attaining was scratched nnd clawed nnd mana the rank of chief petty uOlcer, (unnr, gled horribly. Homo of them that 1 CllAITKIl II-itrrat war starts saw afterword were Just ahredded soon after lie U honorably dlschor Red along tho nldcM of their bodies like from ttio navy ami tie sails for Franco coconuts. A great many of them, with- a determination to enlist. though, were killed by shrapnel while CHAITKIt III-Join, the Foreign they were In the wntcr. LtKlon and la asilKtinl to tha dreadnauulit tassard where hia marksmanship win On board the CiiRsnrd our guns hud iilm high honors. been busy all the time, nnd It wua not CHAITKIl la detached from long before we put one enemy bathis ship anil sent with u reclment of the to Handera where h noon flails tery out of commission. We had sufhlmielf In the front line trenches. fered n bit, ton, but not enough to In detnllr.1 In CHAITKIt li. r. worry us. There wero ubout H.OOO men tlllery and makes the acquaintance of the on the Clmmpagne, I think, nnd ut Wa". the wonderful Krenrh guns that have anted the day for the allies on many least n third were killed or drowned, battlrlleld. llefore i'elnit nny action, he Is ordern.1 Iku k to hla regiment In the nnd tho casualties must have been utmost The phlp wns Just ironi iinn irencnea. a mnss of wreckage. CHA1-Ti:i- t Koea "over the They culled for a landing party from top" and "kuU" Mi Qrat Oernian In a bayonet fight the Cassanl, and olllcers asked for company takea part volunteers for trench duty. I wus not CHAITKIl VII-H- Ia In another raid on the Oermnn trenchea and shortly ntterwnrd assists In snipping very keen nbout going, because I hud a fierce rharK" of the Huns, who are been In trenches nt Dlxmude, and I mowed do mii ni they cross No Man's knew how pleuxnnt they were not, I and. but I volunteered, und so did Hurray. to niimude with We CHAITKIt VIII-Bwent nshore In our boats under n dlapatchcs. Depew Is caught In a Zeppelin raid, but escapes unhurt. heavy lire. There were 12 men killed In tho lifeboat In which I was. I esCHAITHfriX-I- le Is shot through the thigh In a brush with the Hermans and caped without n scratch. Is sent to k hospital, where he quickly Wo wero mustered up on shore nnd recovers. volunteers were cnlled for, for sentry CHAITKIl X Ordered back to sea duty. duty. .Murray volunteered. If he hud rejoins the Cuaaitl, which mukes several trip to the Dardanelles as a con only gone on with the rest of us ho Voy. Tile Casftard Is almost battered tu might have come through. After a pieces by the Turkish butteries. short wait we were given the order to advance. The firing beenmo beuvler about this time, so wo went at tho CHAPTER XII. double. We had not got very far before wo bud n lino little surprise party A Pal Crucified. handed us. When we got to "V" llcnch on my The front lino wns running over next trip tlio weather wus really lino, what uppoured to bo good, nolld but It did nut pi rn so us much, for ns ground, when they broko through nnd fell Into trenches 30 to 10 feet deep. These trenches hnd been dug, covered 1 over with boards und then nrsl-clasTha Mo V-- Ilft two-thirdVI-I- pw -ent IX-peh lilt, Wnttrn Nrwtpsptr Union.) Tho little house stood nt the very end of the "Ilghtless" village. Nell hnd dllllculty In finding her wny to the door when she arrived on the evening train. Tho brief visits to grandmother wero llko coming home In fact this samo little house was tho only home tho girl knew. Yenrs ago she hud left It to make her way In the city, nnd tho room there, which held her piano chief nsset of business could senrcely he cnlled home. She wns sorry thnt grandfather would not be there during her one night visit, but he was due nt n meeting In the next township. So ho hnd, upon her nrrlvnl at the station, Intrusted to her enre, the day's (Copjrrlsht. proceed. Custom had mndo tho old station ngent careless In regard to the ban- -, dllng of that bag. For years he had carried It home on certnln nights when he did not care to open tjie safe. Tho girl, however, drew It from her mult In relief 03 sho entered tho cheery room. k, y I Am t&j&F I AchBaba ffiU J with dirt, nndwere regular Sharp stakes wero sticking out of tho parapet nnd parados, and nt the bottom were more stakes nnd rocks imd man-trap- "There, grandmother," she said, "put the money safely away;" and grandmother, as had been the custom, slipped the leather bag's hnndle over tho bnck of u chair. "Supper Is waiting, dearie," she said. Thero was so much to tell nfter tho ten things hnd been clenrcd away, thnt n stranger knocking nt the front door hnd to repent bis summons several times before being heard. "Someone asking to spend tho night, probnbly," grandmother surmised. "Mr. Southworth sent me," tho stranger announced nnd wns admitted. As the girl returned from lighting tha passage leading to tho spare room, her grandmother lingered npprehenslvely. "I'm sorry I let him stny." she snld, "he hns such n hard kind of face." "Don't be nf raid. Gran," Nell smiled, "I'm not nfrnld of nnyone." The man snt glowering Into the fire when the girl entered the sitting room. "You I've In this lonely corner of the world?" he asked brusquely. "No," she slowly replied, "this Is one visits." of my over-nig"The station agent Is awny, I understand?" Steadily sho looked up ot tho stranger, her eyes wldo nnd clenr as a child's, held his own as though unwilling. "Grandmother and I should have been quite nlone In tho darkness If you had not happened along," sho said, and smiled. The mnn drew his lips down grimly. "What do you know of me?" he nsked. "I might be n burglar." "Mr. Southworth sent you," Nell reminded him. Tho man laughed shortly. "So I told you; It was a lie." The girl's face paled, and sho bent quickly over the fire. When sho looked up ngnln her roslness had returned. "Well, you see," she said, as sho rose to her feet, "I happen to trust you." "Why should you?" asked the man. "Onco upon n time." the girl "a little lost child held out Its arras to me, from the midst of a crowd. Because of Its very helplessness It knew thnt It might trust me." Tho mnn lit a cigar, with It between his teeth he spoke slowly. "So you feel like that kid? Well, better not trust too much these days." "I'm going to try." Nell replied seriously. She looked back nt him a! sho turned toward the stairs. The elder woman wlted agitatedly In tho bedroom. "Dearie," she confessed, "I've been so nervous, thnt I quite forgot the station money. Grandfather always hides After wo bear thai It somewhere. man come up to bis room, do you think we might slip down and get It Sometimes thero nre valuable papers I am trembllnj In the bag as well. like n leaf. I'm sure I don't know how I ever enmo to toko a strange! In with your grandfather nway." "Foolish t" comforted the girl, "what harm has your stranger guest don heretofore? When our visitor hns safely retired, I'll run down for the bag myself." It had been perhaps 15 minutes nftet the guest room door had closed loudly and all was still that Nell donned H 1 o if Vhrcthe MAJESTIC was wrecked. Where the CAS SARD enoaoad the VIRTT ad - KAlSEBUCFlEMARIUB. U- Wfiers the GOLIATH was wrockad noon n h we got In runge tho enemy batteries opened up on us nnil tho tdicll llru was heavier than any wo hud been In before, though not more effective. We drew In on it bright morning, about half past fivo or six, with our convoy, the troopship Chnm-pngnnhecil of us and going slowly, Hounding till tho way. At thin part of tho shore there Is n dock ubout u mile nnd u hnlf long, running back Into tho country nnd u termlnuthu; In n roud. Tho was making for thin dock, Hounding us fche went. Suddenly, when hu was within COO yards of tho chore, I saw her swing around nnd steer In n crazy fashion. Wo began asking each other what was thu mutter with her, but we learned afterwords that her rudder hud been torn off, though wo never found out how, nor do 1 thluk anyono over knew. Then sho went aground, with her stern toward tho shore and listed over to port. You could boo different articles rolling out and down tho side. Then her back broke. Tho quarter dock was crowded with men halt dressed, with Ilfo belts on, Jumping over the sldo or climbing down. Theru wus an explosion and a cloud of black mnoko broko over us, and for a whlla I thought I was blinded. All tho time tho shells wero raining in on us and on tho Champagne. When I could neo again I saw tho men on tho Champagno climbing down tin starboard or shore side. Ouo chap wat going down hand over hand along a stanchion, when another fellow above him let go nnd slid right down on him. Tbo tlrst man felt about thirty feet, landing In tho water with bis neck doubled under blm. Our lifeboats ani launches wero out picking up survivors. Those who got safely over the side started to swim ashore, but when the) bad gone only a little way they found Uay could wado In. When the wntei e, Chnm-pugn- scratching out shallow trenches for ourselves, finding what natural cover there wns and otherwise getting rendy for the night, which was near. It began to ruin and wo could hardly keep nny fires going, because we had to shelter them from the shore side, so the enemy could not siJt us, and tho wind wus from the sen. It wns certnln-l- y miserable that night. livery once In n while we would stand by to repel nn attack, whether It wus n renl ono or not, nnd wo wero under fire alt tho time. It seemed as If morning would never come. Tho snnd was full of flens great big boys und they wero na bad us uuy cooties I had ever hud ut Dlxmude. The morning eamo nt Inst, und I wns detailed with n fatigue party to the bench whero wo bud landed stores. When we got down to tbo docks I missed Murray und asked whero bo was. They said ho hud been missing from his post not more than an hour from the time wo left. I left my futlgu party, without orders, und Joined In tho bunt for Murray. There were men searching all along the docks und on the shore to encji side. Finally I saw a bunch of men collect around n storehouse nt tho farther end of tho docks on tho shore side. I ran up to them. There was poor old Murray. They wcro Just taking him down. IIo had been crucified against tho wait of tho storehouse. There was a bayonet through each arm. ono through each foot and one through his stomach. Ono of tho gurbles fulnted when bo hud to pull one of tho bayonets out. They bad hacked off hla right hand at tho wrist und tuken his Identification disc. I lay this tu tbe German olllcers more than tbo Turks. I do not know Just what I did after this. Hut It chauged mo all around und I was not ltko my usual self during tbo rest of tho time. It was still raining when we started on our wny to the front line. Along the rond wero numbers of troops Bcotllng und among them Indian troops on sentry duty. Tbey looked like n buncji j)f troreji. turnip, cool jtndjun- - bnrhed wire. We were advancing with bayonets fixed nnd arms nt Uie carry, so when tho first line fell, and some of the second, Uie boys of the third line cume running up, nnd In tho scramble that followed many of the chaps In tho first few lines were buyouetcd by their comrades. I was In the third line, but I was lucky enough to pull up In time und did not fnll In. You could not look down Into that trench after you hnd seen It once, It was too sickening. Our disunities were sent bnck to tho ship. One boat wns sunk by n shell nnd nil the men lost. Wo remained where wo were, h Scdd-cl-Iiah- To,rkofBaSckT W" red-hot- well-to-d- o her blue bathrobo and slippers an with tumbled curls framing her lovely faco, crept stealthily down tin stairs. Tho absence of nccustomei outer lights mndo tho houso doublj dnrk. Swiftly she put n mntch to th( living room gas then stood bllnklni Into the staring face of the guest, who cloaked and hatted, stood In tho center of tho room. Nell laughed In evident relief. "You?" she snld softly, "then yon hnd not yet retired?" Tho mnn's stem face did not relax neither did he speak. Tho girl passed to the door. "I wanted to make sun It was locked," she explained. "It Is locked," she murmured, snt Isfled. Like n child she stretched fre arms lazily above her head. "Goo night." snld Nell. As though fascinated the roai watched the upraised arms and cmptj bands; watched tbo Blight figure as thi girl moved past blm toward tho stairs Then suddenly tho tenso lines of hit face softened. "Good night, nervy little kid," ht muttered "good-by.In her upper room Nell sank breatb less to the floor, noiselessly she turn ed tho key. "You, dearie?" sleepily questioner the wider woman. And Nell drew tht bag from the pocket of her wide robe " Page Four. THE CITIZEN SORROW COMES TO EVANS' HOME Twieo within a week Hcrcans hav On Saturday, October Sfllli, Vcstcr been railed to mourn tho loss of lfvnns, J2 yenrs old, son of Mr. and splendid, heroic young men, her Joy Mrs. Pies' Evans, died of pnoumo-nl- a, nnd pride, who havo innilo tho su following inlluenzn. Ho left n promo sacrifice. wife, Alace Baker Evans, and n baby The second loss, nlso nt sea, was girl, Jerrel Dean, seven months oil. announced by n telegram received He nlso left threo brothers nnd two Saturday from tho Naval Depart sisters. staling that John E. Har On Monday, October 28th, tho wood was lost overboard In youngest daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs heavy sea, from a initio sweeper, oft" Evnns, nnd sister of Vestcr, Miss tho coast of Virginia, October 22, nt Slella Evnns, 15 yenrs old, died 1:35 p. m. of pneumonia. The hearts of loved His family had received a lette ones nnd friends wcro mndo sad by tho 21st, announcing Hint he was Ibo going of these two young pco well, As may bo imagined, the new pie from their homo nnd from our was n severe shock to Ibo family. midst, Tho sorrowing fnmily havo A lino young man, Ucrca-bor- n tho sympathy of their neighbors and ttprea-breimlv nluhlepn vnnrs n many friends. axr nw Jov of Wo rcjoico that they do not havo sistra .. na. pnlfI( il0 g!m, lis yollng ,ifo lo hls to sorrow without n hopo of n fuluro country. happy meeting. Vcstcr. nnd Stella mi-n- t, d. Ootober 31, 1018 LOCAL PAGE NKWS OK DERKA AND VICINITY, QATHBRBD VARIETY OF SOURCES FROM A JOHN E. HAIUVOOD, U. S. N., LOST AT SEA DOUBLE Best Blacksmithing ceived his call last Thursday to report for duty nt Great Lakes, III., Sclentillc liorso shoeing, lino iron Friday morning, October 25. Ensign Hichard Howard, of tho work and repairs of all descriptions tit the Col lego Blacksmith Shop, t'. S. Navy, is here visiting homo Main Street, north of Tho Citizen folks. Wo have tho best lino of child ad. Oillce. ren's lams, bats and caps in town, We Sell hats and soli them right and wo sell them right. Call and bo (ad) Eva Waldcn ad, convinced. Mrs. Laura Jones. V S. P. Clark has purchased G. L. Mrs. Hnrriil Van Winklo left Saturday for Louisville to ho with her Wren's farm near Snyder, Ky. Mr. Clark expects to move to his farm hushand, who Is in Camp Taylor. L. McMurry was visiting JiU oy uccemuer mo iirsi It. proved itself during our participation lor sale, uneap nvo ncaicrs; Snei. acriiCes makn nop clfls tn wcro both Christians and members family here nt the first of tho week. banking is difficult to say the war. Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Porter and both will hum coal or wood. One ii, v.M.C.A.. tho Iieil nrnss. nur ml. of the Berea Baptist Church. daughter, Francis, of Lexington, Is a "Cole's Hot Hlnst," tho other a vances to tho Liberty Loans, took I lie funeral services wcro con it. conditions have been smaller sue. inquire ot sum im mil. were Herea visitors this week. ducted nt the home, by pastor E. t.. b. hnignt, Jackson bircci. it they have been stable and responsive to j0ln Harwood enlisted in the Navy B. English, nnd tho bodies were laid lino of tailored An Wanted Good Buttermilk for the in March, 1918. Ho was stationed at lo rest in the Berea Cemetery. dress and .sport hats; best quality the needs of the situation. You should Collego llakcry. Wo pay 12 cents a Newport, II. I. and Philadelphia be for least money. support a bank which supports the system. (Ad) E"a Waldcn gallon for good quality. SeoMiss foro going (o sea LETTER FROM H. E. TAYLOR A student of tho Vocational Do J. 0. S'crlvncr, who has been work- Spcrry at Boarding Hall and arrango From the Louisville Post (Ad) partment, converted in tho meetings ing at Irvine, was visiting home for same. Under Paris tlalu of September 21, folks in town at the first of tho week. A. E. Bender nnd family are sick last winter, ho gavo every promise Mr. Taylor writes lo C. A. Teve- Professor and Mrs, Carl Hunt, who at their homo on Center Street willi or a useful life. Was not his life baugh, State campaign director of have both been ill, aro spending sev- influenza. All aro improving nicely. useful in a high degree? the Uniled War Work Campaign, eral days, while convalescing, with which begins November II, nnd asMrs. Jennie Iluthcrford nnd son', Mr. Hunt's parents, on Dixie High- Jack, left, last week, for Cincinnati. sociate Stale secretary of the Y. M. THE SAME MR. TAYLOR way. Ohio. A copy of the Red Triangle Over C. A., of being on tour witli Homer Sale at Laura Jones' Edward Williams, a member of sens lias hcen received bv F. O, Rodeheaver, Hilly Sunday's famous store. Every hat in my big slock tho S. A. T. C, who has been ill Clark, which contains tho following singing evangelist. He says: (Ad) willi infliipnrn fnr fho nasi Wpnk. is item: reduced for 10 days. Cornel "Met a man the other day from . I i wwiey menzi.-- , gramiaie now ,t am i.conani . t,, ., "Sometimes one overlooks tho bes Henderson. Mr. Letcher's son, which hg fri ,3 Jno. F. Dean J. W. Herndo .i t! i imr brought to my mind vividly pleasant oi nerca Aciiui'my in ivio, uieu in Wo receive each, week from tho iiun and affairs nearest home. Sun hospital, September litli, from fashion centers association there with many of your DEALERS IN REAL ESTATE the advance styles shine peddling is so much a part of good wounds in action received in July, citizens in frequent executivo in hals. Seo them before you buy. some men that people take it for Berea, Kentucky wounded about the eye, arm and meetings. I am meeting so many (Ad) Eva Waldcn granted. Howard E. Taylor, whose knee. men over work and place at home is of such big, generous-hearle- d Wo havo for salo some modest Charles T. Lark, instructor in great importance, brought cottages in Berea nt from $800 lo Her many friends will bo interesthis "sun here who are giving so liberally of English in the Academy Department shine" overseas. As head of the time nnd Intent ns to make me feel ed to hear that Mrs. A. W. Hamilton $1,000; some belter ones at from last year, now in the yocmanry Personcl Division, Mr. Taylor meets still very close to lionie sections. $1,200 to $1,500; some elegant houses has bought from Mrs. L. 0. Lester U. S. Navy, was in scores or nt from J5.000 to $10,000; somo unthe right to represent the pulilica branch of the secretaries dally nnd President King, from Oberlin, 'blew town Ibis week visiting friends. improved land at $10 to $20 an ncro; everyone of them leaves him filled in' the oilier (lay; Hie Hev. neaty, lions of the Curtis Publishing Co, Leonard Robinson, who has been Vi Ml I li nf 7 net flint nnmrta f nrviti nrn from Louisville, today; Rodeheaver somo better nt $10 to $T0; somo lino Not Upon Promises, in Berea. Augustus Hamilton, Jr. sick with the influenza for tho Past ,ack witll a big 1 am farms at from $70 to $100 according last Monday, etc., etc. who is unable to go to school be hcart nmJ l big 5(JU, But Upon Performance UilJS, 13 IIUW (JUL ilillll to Improvements and location; a planning an extended tour witli Ii is eyes, will deliver the cause of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Rutherford spent new hotel in tho business portion Rodeheaver, beginning next Friday. papers, and has already made many DR. ORIN ROBE DIES We are pioneers in Sunday with her of tho city for sale or rent; ono friends. Word lias been received that Dr, He will give his usual eening of hundred nnd eighty acres adjoinSec those beautiful sailors in best Mrs. Gilbert Terrill, near Paint Lick. Orin Hobo died, recently, on his song. I will speak for fifteen minDry Cleaning and Lieut. Ralph Hudspeth, of Camp way ing the town that we will cut lo utes just to rest him on 'running stylo and latest colors at home from Europe, where lie suit purchaser and make easy pay a sunshine factory,' will do his ac (Ad) Eva Waldcn's Sherman, Chillicothe, 0., is visiting has been giving his services as Dyeing parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. ments. Come and see us if you surgeon. Dr. Robo is well remem companying work and then during J. K. Baker has arrived hero from his Hudspeth. want Real Estate in or around Boron. day check up business conditions his Southern home in Aberdeen, bered by the older citizens of Berea, the You will find Dean nt Herea Bank For Sale At once, Automobile being In Business Since 1836 Miss. J. K. says that he has come to the oldest son of William Robe, all along the line. Wo hopo lo nnd Trust Co. Catch Herndon when, Trailer and Feed Cutter; also kitchen tho contractor and carpenter, and cover France in the two or three Prompt Deliveries Berea on some business and to vote you canl once more in Kentucky. He says rr.nge. Mrs. B. W. Hart, Jackson St. latter owner of Robe's Mountain, months he is privileged to bo hero It is diffeull for me to get away from now known as the Indian Fort it all seems democratic in Missisleadquurlcrs, hut am sure it will bo sippi, and that he has not gotten LIEUT. FROST DIES IN ACTION Mountain. WE BUY a broader grasp of tho wholo situ- All Berea has been saddened by used to that yet enough to vote that 625-6- 27 Walnut St. OLD FALSE TEETH to iliou and make me hotter able way. news that Cleveland Frost, youngest Y. M. C. A. DIRECTOR TO VISIT Wc from $2.00 $35.00 per set cope with the tremendous problems - Ohio (brokenpay not). We alsotopay actual value AH hats reduced at Laura Jones' son of President and Mrs. Frost, was or BEREA wo havo on hand. for Diamonds, old Cold Silver and Bridge-worstore. Big stock to be sold. Come killed in action with his men, a half Dr. McChesnoy, Y.M.C.A. Educa Send at once by parcel post and We had a memorial service a before they are picked over; get battery of Light Artillery, who was tional director, at Camp Taylor, will receive cash by return mail. your choice. (Ad) on the Ticonileroga. Hill notice be in Berea, Thursday, November 7, few weeks ago in honor of tho ten MAZER'S TOOTH SPECIALTY D.pl. X. 2007. So, 51 1, SI. PkiUdVlphU, Pa. Fred Wilson, a student of tho next week. I It Like This? If the quarantine is lifted, a public ecrelaries who laid down their Academy Department of last year, Tho honorable plnyer Is out. said meeting will be held in the chapel lives vicariously, as well as tho thousands of sturdy American boy the Japanese umpire. now stationed at Great Lakes Naval at 7:30. COPLEY FARMER "Bat tho honorable ball vraa too who have met their reward. Bishop Training Station, was in town last F. L. MOORE'S Mrs. Emma L. Farmer announces .other B. Wilson, of New York, had low." week visiting school-matand the marriage of her daughter, CynFOR SALE "It was right over tho honorable barge of tho meeting. Tho church friends. Maxwell Car for sale. Good as plato and a strike. With profound ad thia Elizabeth, to William M. Copley, For Sale My farm confining 42 a former Berea student, on Wednes new; will be sold at a bargain. Call was crowded and the meeting was miration for your ancestors and your-solmost impressive." acres; good four room cottago; barn, day, October, twenty-thir- d, I Insist that you bo seated on the 1918. and seo same. Mrs. Nannie Todd. chicken house, etc. About seven Red Jacket, West Va. honorable players' bench." FOR Berea, Ky. ALL CHRISTMAS PRESENTS SENT acres in meadow; about four or flvo TO SOLDIERS "OVERSEAS" First Class Repairing The Box Variety. acres in woods; rest of farm is all FOR SALE STRAY STEER I pess you seo a gTeat deal of tfio by their friends must bo sent thru tillable land. This farm is off Dixie AND New bungalow with some Red Cross Chapters. Each Ameri- country In your travels," remarked Red steer, weighs about 800 lbs., Highway about of milo and about came to my place about October 1 1. thing over two aero lot for sale or can soldier overseas has recoived tho sympathetic housewife. Fine Line of Jewelry 2& miles from Berea. If interested "Not as much as you might think, inquire of John Bales, or seo mo at Owner can havo same by paying for rent. Jusl outside city limits, West from his commanding officer one mum," replied the tramp. "Da cars I BEREA, KY. this notice and for takinir caro of End Chestnut Street. Mrs. ILL. Mc Christinas parcel label, which ho travel In don't have no winders, mum." MAIN ST. meat market on Main street. Murry. T. J. Todd, steer. ill mail home. Birmingham (Ad) B. F. VanWinkle Paint Lick, Ky. Recipients of these labels will tako William Clark, who enlisted in tho (ad-t- 8 thorn to the committee in charge, Buy Liberty Bonos , WANTED Navy about threo months ago, re- x Woman to work in Laundry. Eighth and obtain a mailing box. Parcels grade education required. ill only bo accepted in tho boxes furnished by tho Red Cross diap Inquire College Laundry ers. No parcel will bo mailed by tho poslolllco r.fter November ISth. Credit Where Due. ValA student, comlnc to u hard ques For fuller details seo the com hit) examination paper, wroto mittee in charge. tion on for his answer: "Ool only knows. I Committee in Cliargo: don't." The pnper cnine buck with the L. C. Adams following correction In the professor's 3k Mrs. John Welch nandwrltlng: "OoJ gets the cred't Mrs. Scott McGuiro you don't." Boston Transcript. I ., The Federal Reserve System has It might what without ia With Berea National Bank Mid-Seas- 1 Our Clientele Grows! ... step-daught- The Teasdale Co. Cincinnati es f, Jewelry Store L SAVE WATER! IMPORTANT NOTICE TO WATER PATRONS TX) meet legitimate domestic require-xmentwater must not be used for sprinkling purposes, nor for building operations until further notice. s, $10 REWARD I Community of Interests. The rhinoceros bird feeds on tho Insect parasites that Infest the hide of the great henst, and In return hy flying away ut Mo leiiiit iilurni. warns Its host of the npprouch of danger, un laranKeinent to the imituul advantage of bird nnd rhinoceros, liiilf.irrnwn duds, one ncaiiv white, ono black and bhio spoiled,) strayed from iijy place, Saturday 10 roward for night, October 19th. return of same, or information lead- ing to their recovery. W. h. John Tu-i- i son, Heron, Ivy. CAUTION ! Use Water Sparingly Do Not Waste It 111 For Sale 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 fourjiice 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 Go interest payable annually. The title is good as any in the state of Kentucky. Address L. G. CLARK, West Point, Mississippi.(Owner) U. S., located one-third "7t7TIERE water is used for sprinkling, ' ' allowed to run, or where water fixtures are not kept in good order, the waterworks will exctcise its right to discontinue supply forthwith and without further notice. -- ments. distinctive, m oderat.ely priced gar The Height of Style and ue in Women's Coats & Suits are on display. Visit our store. See and try on some of these -- 4t( Kentucky B. E. BELUE CO. Richmond Berea College In effMt AuKUit 20, 1818, Action of I'rad.nlial Committer Br HOWARD Cuitwllan of E. WAY l'rortin A Legally GUARANTEED ,,1.' ai-al- Phone In caia of troubU TOWN 194, COLLEGE 16 can you altorJ lo tako cbancei hoe tholcta wben you can thl rimed on such lemur amu a .troiuf u uanuilea. IIOUHIION tl uouroon Hog Cholera Remedy mbmmmb. mnmlr a.r riuiMui.anuwiwraaBlrrrtrathnclnlra. tdotlhaiorkL'ttf lli.it ftb.r Uu.rt.IIUUI.llonfc.UJ. COMPANY e KKMKIIY for CURE Horn VIIOIWrM on AtAlWuaaUU. I Sold bj Porter-Moor- Drag Ot, Enlist. Buy Bonds, Vote Republican Ticket I October 31, 1018 THE CITIZEN FRANCE HAS AIRPLANE GRAFT Pago Five. THE WESTERN FARM LOANS Long Terms, Cheap Rates, Easy and Attractive Payments with privilege of paying all or any part of loan at any time. Make application to .; Three Army Lieutenant Get Prlton Terms for Accepting "Presents" From Firms. Door to Peace Will Be Opened With Products From Fields, Says Governor By FRANK O. LOWDEN. FRONT AT HOME Horn nnd give. For n year the yonng people of America have been coached In thrift. Instead of the old problem In the arithmetic book, "If Mnry's mother gnve her three apples, Jane gave her two, and she ate one, how many would shehnve?" the third grode girl ts now sent to the blackboard to solve, "How mnny Thrift stamps at 2.' cents apiece will Mary own at the end of 12 months If she saves 10 cents n week?" The girl In the grnde nbovc her Is learning In her arithmetic lesson how many Thrift stamps It takes to buy the yarn for COO helmets for the soldiers In Frnnce. Still farther on the eighth grader Is told to figure In terms ofWnr Savings stnmps how much It costs to supply a regiment of Uncle Sam's men with shelter tents. And now the Barn nnd Give club of the younger gtrls of the Young Wpm- - John F. Dean Cashier of Berca Bank & Trust Co. Paris, Oct. 28. Three llentennnt" the French army have been sentenced to n year In prison nnd demotion nnd three nonconnnlsloned olllccrs havo been sent to Jail for three month l as result of n trlnl by for ncceptlng gifts of from $250 to 11,000 from manufacturer. In connec tion with the acceptance or nlrplnne on behalf of the nrmy. One lieutenant wn ncqultted by tho A Swede named Unnr, a director of tho nlrplano company, was condemned to five years In prison, civic degradaIn coiirt-mnrtlncourt-mnrtlal. Corao ol lilmo' tion nnd a tine of $5,200. Untie went to the United Htntos on an official mission, which tins since TO KENTUCKY BOYS AND 0IRLS He Is believed to bo been canceled. Every boy nnd girl in Kentucky is there now. eager to help win this war. Hero A family Newipaprr for all that U right is a splendid chance to Join with nil PENN MADE S. A. T. C. CENTER true, and interesting. The Citizen PUBLISHING (In I'uUlihwl etrry Trmrtdar t Ihrra, Ky. BEREA CO. opot ! tl ) WM. C. FROST. 1'AYAIILF. UitorJn-ChU- I Subscription Rates IN ADVANCE I1.M .W Kit Month! Um Monlhi On. Year or RiDrm Monar K.nJ tnmrr lir l't-ofllt- e Onltr. Draft. Hrrlitrrr.1 Lrtla r, or on and two tumps. enl data afur your nam on laliel thowt to Th what data your utwrrlpttnn It paid. If it l not chanod wlUiln inrra wrm aiwr rrmwiinorii; Mlialnc numUrt will lw tlaillr luppllrd If w ara notifitd. IJIaraltfrmiiWrntoanr who obtain nw for ut. Anr one ndln u four yearlr ubacrlpuona ran tKtln Trie UMien iree lor on rear. AdrrrtUlnfratraonappllrallon. Ci R. L. MURPHY BRINGS DOWN HUN PLANE Lieutenant Murphy, n former llereit student, is In tlic 20th Aero Sipindron unit has recently lieen transferred from patrol duty in HiiKlnntl to tlio front in France. The aviator says that these. Amort LIEUT. -- nan blrdinen put the "fuar of (od" into Hie Huns. Following are extracts from a let tor of Lieutenant Murphy: "Three day ago, over in Germany, we were attacked by a lot of Hun machines. They shot down three of my comrades end wounded two others. One Htm machine got in the way of two puna on my machine, and you may rest assurred that ono Macaliec sent that Hun crashing to the ground 13.0(H) feet below to make soap. This war is h 11 I wo or my bunch lately came back to camp with their observers shot dead, in the back seat of the machine. Hut for everyone of tig they cot, we got ten of them. It Is not very pleasant to see n Hun machine coming nt you Urine 2,000 shots per minute from four machine, guns Hut tho American aviators have sun' put the fear of God into them. carry four guns and also my Colt's automatic." BEREA AVIATOR DOWNS A HUN The Onicial U. S. Hulletin of October 20 states that n former Here.i student, now In the Aviation Corps in France, LieuL Aubrey Diamond, brought down a hostile balloon in an aerial Night. PORTABLE PHONE FOR WOODS How Forest Ranger Can "Cut In" Any. where on Long Llnei. the boys ami girls in tho United States lit pulling for victory. The United War Work Campaign to ho held tho week of November 11 th is to rniso money to carry on tli work of seven organizations among our soldiers and sailors ovc there and over here. The soven arc: I'ho Young Men's Christian Associa tion, the Young Women's Christian Association, tho National Catholic War Council, tho Jewish Welfare Hoard, the War Camp Community Service, the American Library As sociation, nnd the Salvation Army They united nt the earnest sugges tion of President Wilson. Every boy nnd girl in Kentucky between tho ages of 12 nnd 20 is asked to earn and give $5.00 to this national fund of t70,D00,000. Tho hoys will bo enrolled as "Victory Hoys' and the girls as "Victory Girls." To arouse interest in this great moveiiA'iit, boys and girls of Kentuc ky nre invited to compete in an e.s say contest. The best Kentucky cs say in each case will bo forwarded to Chicago to compete with the best essays from tho thirteen other slates of the Central Department Indiana, Ohio, Michigan, Wisconsin, Illinois, Minnesota, Iowa,. Missouri, North Dakota, Nebraska, Kansa and Colorado. The judges in Kentucky will be very prominent educators. Tho boy lind the girl winning in this Stale will receive $5.00 each. The boy and tho girl winning in the Central Department contest will receive $10.00 each. Stale winners will be announced early in the campaign. Department winners will be announced tho last day of the campaign. , (Jot busy al once, .buys and girls of Kentucky. Prepare your essay and be sure it contains only 500 words, or less. Tho subjects are: "Tho Work of Any One of the Seven Organizations," "How a Hoy Can Earn and Give Five Dollars," "How a Gifl Can Earn and Give Five Dollars," or any other topic bearing on the campaign. Then send it to tho following adress: "Victory Hoys' Contest" or "Victory Girls' Contest' 15 13 S. Fourth Street, Louisville, Ky the Stnte headquarters of tho United War Work Campaign. This contest is open to nil. Pub lie and parochial school pupils are urge! to take part in it. KENTUCKY NEWS (Continued from rags One) Direction of Training for 50,000 Stu dents Will Be From Quaker School. Itilladelphla, Oct. 28. Direction of tho military nnd educational training tn 55 colleges nnd universities In Pcnn- sylvnnln, Maryland, Delnwore and the DUtrlct of Columbln, comprising upward of 50,000 members of' the student army training corps, has been centered nt the University of Pennsylvania by order of Ue war department Headquarters were opened with a large staff of collego professors nnd army olllcers In charge of the different departments. BAD ODOR FROM OIL LAMPS How to Remove Cause of a Very Frequent Nuisance. The most frequent cnusc for a bad odor from lamps nnd oil heaters Is on nccount of n bit of oil that may bo left on the outside of the lamp, especially If the lamps be of nickel or other metal which nre tilled through openings In the tops that nre closed by small metal caps screwed on. Tho oil should be carefully wiped off. If lamps or heaters remain for a day or two unlightcd, the oil will often soak through the pores of the metal, so they should be carefully wiped off with a dry cloth before using. If tho country housekeeper who uses lamps will take her lamp wicks when new nnd soak them In elder vinegar she will be pleased with the result Don't wring thorn out, but hang near a stove or lay on n pinto until dry. This will double tho lighting power of your lamps or lanterns. Therefore, with wicks so prepared, only one clennlng a week Is necessary, for tho wicks won't smoke, and globe and chimney will not blacken around the top. Upon the fortitude nnd patriotism of the farmers nnd stockmen of this country the wholtj future of the world civilization may depend. It is easy enough in a great world like this to add to your factories. It is " caay enough to multiply the forco of production in A eS cvcry other field, hut even though tho direst peril threatens the nation, our fields are limited. We cannot multiply them, nnd therefore perhaps tho hardest task of all is the task of the farmer. Many people find it difficult to understand why there should be this shortage of food. This shortage hasn't come solely as a result of this war. Farfccing people for generations before the fitful fires of the, war broke out at the Belgium boundary en's Christian association Is organ- line, thoughtful men had seen that the great problem of the future, even Uw, ,0 turn those Thrft ,Msong ,nlo though there were permanent peace, was tho feeding of the people of tho giving. The children of America have been turning In pennies nnd nlckles world. n green stnmp on Thoughtful people have noted that well nigh the Jimit of arable lands nnd pasting The Earn and Give their club Thrift curd. on the globe had been reached, and no more lands were to bo made in any can now use some of tluse cards nnd substantial quantity at least, to kcop up with the multiplying industry of War Savings stamps tn their campaign among the younger people for the the jrorld. united war fund. In a single decade our exports of foodstuffs have decreased 60 per This fall when the war council of Cent III Value. Iiiurli mnrn tlinn fifl TuirVont in nwintitv hnpnnan tliA nrioes the Y. W. C. A. made plans for the were higher at the end of that period than they were at the beginning, j 1 hat being the situation, when the war opened it was inevitable that the der eighteen can do any soliciting, tlie jrtrcet great question confronting every nation a party to this war was the quea- nt1rw'1;eTb,ieyenc1nJ1 tion of food, and therefore evory nation of the world is upon short rations. J I order to have said ever since we entered the war that if the people only dlnate the efforts of the girls In nil the could understand all it meant for themselves and their ohihlren and for . districts over the country, the hnrn club Is enrolling members civilization, I had faith enough in the Amorican peoplo to know that they and Give given out an estimate of $5 and has would win ho war at whatover cost. It is a war. a war to tho death, apiece to be earned for the wnr fund between the old forces of evil and good, a war that has been waged since campaign by the American girls who the beginning of time, but that for the first time in the history of the' tl.e'Snger world has become worldwide and has entered upon its final battle. of the country will mean that the nn- On ono side are those who are fighting for tho principles that men Uon ns n wll0,e wl" ml 118 charitable are incapable of governing themselves, and that, thorefore, government ome ,llgh 8cllool glr," , Ncw York must be imj)osed from above. On the othor sido they insist that men are city Is going to earn her $5 by shining her own shoes Instead of stopping nt capable of governing themselves. the Greek stnnd on her way to school and by making her own sandwiches for her noon lunch. Out In Iowa the girl who has been spending 15 cents plus war tax for a movie three nights a SMART PEOPLE BUY DRY GOODSJAND NOTIONS week Is going to drnw a line through tjie movie hnblt except when there Is from: an cspeclaWy good bill. More than ono girl plans to clean all her own gloves this winter and to salvage all the paper und collections of Junk ubout the house which should be sold to the Junk Jyr rJUJ ruTt'rnglruT-co"--- SJJjJJIJ I HSbl S . OWEN McKEE THERE IS A REASON FOR SALE RICHMOND FARMS o A forest ntllccr of Missoula, Mont., hits Invented n very Ingenious portable Kentucky Oil and Developing Com tolcpluine, weighing only two ami it pany, of Newport, with n capital of half pound and ho practical that It SW.tXK). tins been adopted by the government At I'reslonburg, the Consolidated ntiil Ik oart of the regular equipment Oil Company and Gas of patrol In the national forests this has been incorporated. This com season. It Is said that n field mnn equipped pany is chartered to construct 20 nnd 10 to 11 miles with this telephone, a few ynrds of miles of pipe linos. light emergency wire nnd a short piece of i nml of heavy wire to make the ground eranectlon can "cut In aiiywnere tuong Health Board will not Raise the more thnn 20.000 miles of forest Inlluoiiza Ban sen Ice telephone lines and get In touch The Stale Hoard of Health, at its lii'iiil(uarters of a supervisor with the or district ranger. To talk, one end of meeting at tho Seelbach a 2 o'clock the emergency wire Is thrown over the this afternoon to discuss tho inllu telephone line, the two ends nre con- nza situation, will not rescind the nected to the portuhlo Instrument, and general olosing order for Kentucky. the Instrument Is counected to the It may modify restrictions for tho ground wire, the end of which must bo sections of the Stato from which ho ihinip earth or In water. thrust Into the "llu" has practically djsappenred, I Contact with the lino wire Is made Insulation but even this is regarded us unlike possible by removal of the from n few Inches of tho emergency ly. It is within the power of tho Hoard to keep tho lid on tight in wire. The Instrument, writes E. L. O., In ono part of tho Stato nnd lift it enBt. Nicholas, does not ring the bell of tirely in another, but from tho tenor tho receiving telephone, but Instead of tho discussion r. J. N. Mo- causes u screeching sound from u Coi iiniok, secretary of tho board, this deapparatus email megaphone-shapepresent. scriptively known as a "howler." This (s regarded as unwiso at lm rument Is Installed at the runger Invention Constantly Improved. stapou telephone nnd Is said to glvo Tho storage battery or electric 'effective notice that someone Is on the of Fuuro was first exhibited .wire. Tho transmission Is equal to any standard wall telephone, conversa- In London !17 years ago. Since then tions having held with It for u distance the Invention has been greatly Improved by Edison and others, nnd Is? "of 1,000 rutles. now successfully applied to the operation of street cars and other uses. New Source of Alcohol. Alcohol Is being made In Ciudad Comes Too Late. Juarez. Mex., from u plant called As one Journeys through life und the which grows uncultivated In Mexico and southern Texas. Consul E. A. shadows begin to fait eastward one Dow reports that from 18 to 25 gallons reaches the solemn conclusion that too of alcohol can be produced from one much of the world's wisdom Is uttered and too little lived. Chicago News. ton of the plant. 10-in-ch ch -by-Dd so-to- o, If it's farm land you want, I have JUDGING AGE OF THE FISH it, and if you are looking for a bargain come to me, for I have tho farm How It May Be Determined by the you want, at the prica you want to Scales or "Otoliths." pay-NCOO 5 acres of land right in Could you tell the age of a flsh If town, all fenced and in good shape, asked to do so? graded It has been found that the age of on rock pike in 100 yards of n flsh may be rend from Its scales. school, ono quarter milo of railroad frame, These Increase In size by annular depot n No. 1 seven-roogrowths, two rings being formed each two-stohouse with porches, nice year. The "otoliths." or ear stones, yard, hen, meat and wood houses, all which lie In two sacs on either side buildings ncw, good garden. Ono of of the base of the crnclal cavity, af- the best buildings and locations in ford another means of determination. Prico $1,800. Llko the sciiTes, otoliths Increase by town. acres on No. 500 Farm of 81 two rings annually. Ench spring n whlto ring Is formed and ench autumn country road, close to mail, telejt black one. Thus the number of ei- phone, school and churohes; 04 acrea ther white or black rings In an otolith cleared, fenced and fcross-fencegives tho age of the flsh In years. In fencing good; acres in clover and the case of flatfish the latter method timothy; lnrgo orchard, good garhas been found more reliable, where- den and no better water anywhere; as In the case of the cod the scales give n better result Although vary- a lot of nico timber. This farm is frame ing much In size and shape In differ- nearly all level. Seven-roo- m house, two barns, 32x30 each; silo ent species, the otoliths show a constancy In the same spe- and all necessary outbuildings and cies; hence they are of considerable granaries. Twenty tons of hay, 2 value In the diagnosis of n species. cows, 2 calves. 2 horses, 2 wagons, acres corn, about 00 bushels 0 Why We Nod "Yes" and Shake "No." of wheat, about 200 bushels of oats, The question, "Why do we shake 'no' one-ha- lf acre potatoes, 9 head hogs, 'and nod or bow when we mean 'yes,' Is very ot rily answered. These binder, mowing machine and rake, nctlons originate In Infancy. The baby wheat drill, com drill, breaking cultivator and harturns Its head away to prevent dis- plow, agreeable things from getting Into Its row. Prico for all, $7,000; for farm, mouth. If It Is not hungry It will $5,000. turn the head from side to side to No. 1 A farm of 53 acres on counavoid the nipple. ty road, closo to school, church and In time this shaking of the head becomes associated with disagreeable store, all level, not one foot of waste things and unwelcome thoughts. In land; all in timber, except ono aero. y, six like manner the nod originated In the A ncw framo house, motion of the Infant's head to take rooms, hen and meat house, young food. After the child had words to orchard. A nice location and can't express Its desires the nod and shako ho heat for the money. Price $1,-0remained to express approval or disapproval. In addition to this fundaacres No. 508 A farm of 102 mental cause mimicry helps to perpetblue grnss land; all fenced, all in uate the action. grass, 40 acres of wh'ch is blue grass; on county road; closo to Camphor Plantation. stores; good The tlrst and only bearing camphor school, churches and water and n hmso. This plantation of any size In this country farm Is about 5 miles from Danville, r Is located at Satsuum, Kin., says Science Monthly. It contulns Ky, This is good land; can't bo beat over 2,000 ncres of camphor trees for tho money. Prioo $150 per acre. which last year yielded over 10,000 Terms can bo mado on most all pounds of crude camphor. This year farms. I havo tho most complote It Is expected the yield will be many I know of. Writo times this amount. Florida has sev- list of farms that eral other plantations, which will for my price list it's free. Monroe Thompson, soon come Into bearing. Waynesburg. Ky. Quality of Truth. dopartmet, as tho Tho "troublo" We can be generous and liberal In Jlomo Servico Htireau of tho Ameriour views, without being loose und lied Cross in Italy is called, is and can Truth Is many-sidereceiving allotment checks at tho no dogmatic system contulns It rate of 22,000 a month. m ry d; -2 two-horse two-stor00. I'op-ulu- man to be worked over Into some pro-The girls In their ductlve Industry. 'teens nre going to earn Instead of ' ask others for the money. They are to sacrifice nnd give In their own nntnes KBNTUCKY and older women will make the public requests for money elsewhere. Mnny of the girls who are waiting to Join the Kurn nnd Give club are already Patriotic leaguers, and they havo learned several practical lessons In the thrift that will make them effective Mit members of the new club by their conservation of fruits and vegetables. They have canned nnd pickled. Now when the end of summer brings tho beginning of school they will change their thrift Into winter thrift and begin saving their $3 for tho Y. V. C. A. wnr fund. "Wherever You Are Is the Western Front" ts the slognn which the Earn und Give club has adopted. Anna, one daughter of New wiry thirteen-year-olYork's East side, who was one of tho first nnd youngest members to Join the campaign at a New York settlement It make your blood boll OES house, hud to have It explained to her that Instead of western front meaning T you figurativeDo phrase above fight und fight mennlng fists, the west-ter- n you ly foam at the mouth when front means work and work means ee the blasphemy engraved on a suve In order to give. belt buckle worn by one of the The girl who Joins the Earu and murderers of the Hohenzollern Give club will discover that In conarmies? junction with her working nnd saving There Is an outlet for this, JustiIn order that her club will furnish. Its fiable wrath of yours. quota of the money that Is going to Liberty Eonda are selling her help the girls, like herself In Franco for $50 and 9100 and $1,000. nnd Ilelglum, she will also find numerJust how angry are you? Just ous ways lu the community to help how much are you outraged by th that she hud never dreamed of. tribe of savages who emblazon She will see that all the fruit pits and, their trappings with "Qott Mlt stones that can be saved from lier OT.T dining table and from those of her neighbors, are dropped Into tho little red barrel ot the corner, lu order that the carbon which tho seeds contain can be used In making charcoal for the American soldiers' gus masks. She will save all tho tin foil that she sees for the Red Cross. Shq will help collect clothing for the French and Ilelglum orphans and perhaps send them some Cleveland bonks nnd trust compv of her own. School girls In India, children from nles have agreed upon a plan which squalid, dingy homes, with absolutely makes buying Liberty Bonds very no spending money, gnve last year close to the easiest thing In tho world. and Armenian relief when" were not getting To thoso w ho cannot conveniently they themselves spare the cash for their bonds, they enough to eat They gave up their ment nnct, it w,k fur flu Itlflaiia will make louns up to 90 per cent of onlv llm, ,t lv.i(.fi ., the par value of the subscriptions for themselves, ami lor the Armenlaus ninety days from Octotarr 24, on bonds they set aside the handful of fresh purchased through these institutions. grain that otherwise each girl would ground In her own little The Interest rate will lie tho coupon Lave Iloth contributions, from stono mill. ull the rate, 4V4 Per cent. girls lu one missionary's school, Moreover they will renew theio amounted only to $5 a mouth. "Rut It sacrifice," theut loans, when satisfactorily reduced, for was a tremendous teacher writes, "ulthough a Joyous one. f a second ninety days, at of It actually meant less bread each day, one per cent In excess of the Federal und once u week a meal of dry bread Reserve bank's discount rate on such und 'water. This was done by 60 girls Tho Reserve bank's rate of from the meanest homes In Uie world loans. tnuureii oeiween tne ages or tnvo nn u iv. rr,t ( and fifteen." any time. to slight change at Four hundred thousand girls In 4T, These loans will not interfere with states have become Patriotic Leaguers the borrower's regular lino of credit since America declared wur. If as' working glrUj The purpose of the plun Is to eiJ J"""' j?1'0,0' Klrls and uil uupbv, iivubr courage the taking of larger bonds A. viu the united wur fund lu caiu auui give, campaigners than would otherwise be bought will have $2,000,000 of their $170,600,-- 1 "Gott Uns" d D the-wn- Unr Make Purchase of Bonds Easier . I .,.,.,. one-hal- ji.ini ....it i 000. Pngo Sis THE CmZBN Oclolicr 31, 1018 MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spencc, Farm Demonstrator and Special InvestiRntor WHITE LEGHORNS FOR SHOW Main Point Are That Fowls Should De Snow White, Free From Color Foreign to Variety. CINCINNATI MARKETS. Hay and Grain. Corn. No. 2 while 3 1. tot? UH So. M white $I..'iOfM to, No. 2 jellow tl.lStf 1. IT. 10. SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG 1st Door Training that adds to your general education. money-earning War Time Sweeteners serts nnd other dishes requiring sweetening. When a cup of syrup or honey is used to replnco n cup of sugnr the liquid in the recipes should be dccrcnscd d of n cupful of sugnr is equivalent to d of n cun of honey, about one- cup of corn sugar. hnlf cup of syrup nnd about h of a cup of sugar is equal to about one-hnn d cup of syrup or cup of corn sugar. One of sugar is equal to one tablespoon of honey, about tablespoons of syrup and one nnd one nnd one-hatablespoons of corn sugar. Sugar may bo saved by tho uso of raisins, dates, figs, dried pears and fruit pastes used on the breakfast cereals. Fruit marmalades, butters and jellies should be used to take the place of the ordinary sweetening at a meal and not as accessories to it. Fruits may be preserved without sugar. It mny be added when sugar is more plentiful. Preserving demands this year a thin syrup instead of a heavy syrup. of the nmount may bo replaced If sugar is used one-haby another sweetener. Drying is a means of preserving (without sugar) apples, cherries, strawberries and black caps. When ready to use they may have added the needed sugnr in the form of n syrup. When sugar is more plentiful fruit juices may be mado into jellies or may be used ns fruit juices with or without sugar, as beverages, fruit gelatins and frozen desserts. Fresh fruits supply the place of sugar in tho diet. They should be used freely. Desserts where sugar is scarce may bo made of gelatins, junkets, custards, puddings and cakes. one-fourth. PEOPLE No. :i white enr In exhibiting Leghorns the ninln ?i.:ir.Ti.iu, mixed enr i points are Hint (ho birds should be liny No. 1 timothy SSL.KKi white that Is to say, snow white, with sinndurd SnifrlU.rK). No. 2 .tain:!!, . 2 iluo nniount of luster and free from No. 1 clover mixed ?2JI r)Q'). brosslness, crenmlness, "greenness" (n clover mixed $2G2S. No. I ilowr term usually referred to the Itnmnturo jfjll. No. 2 clover 22021. New Oats No. 2 while mw.V, condition of the fenther commonly sfandH.nl white 7:i!4fT7l4c, No :i found In young Htock), gray specks nnd while VXtf!U', No. 2 mixed 72ft7:te, color foreign to the variety. The comb No. ;( mixed 71r72c. In slnglc-comvnrlctles should hnve Butter Eggs and Poultry. five points. The pullet should weigh rnnmery extras Illltler Whole f pounds, the hen four fiS'ic, centralized milk thrco nnd creamery oxtrns 52c, pounds, the cockerel four nud one-hntlrsi 51c. pounds nnd the cock bird five nnd one-Hue Prime firsts TCIc, ruin fil'ic 1 . b one-hnllf 11 tnlxeil XI. yow 1 Sl&SQl-d.1 . No. tOSt l No. mixed SI .'Cuff yellow enr Berea's 'Vocational Schools power, combined with MERICA hns several excellent wnr Hmo sweet eners thnt will bo used lnrgely during the shortage in the sugnr supply. They nre mnple sugnr, syrups, honey nnd molasses nnd mny be used in preparing des- ron YOUNO MEN Agriculture, Carpentry, Bricklaying, Printing, Conimcrco nnd Tolegrapliy. FOR YOUNO LADIES Homo Science, Dressmaking, Cooking, Nursing, Stenography arid Typewriting. One-thir- one-thir- one-hn- lf One-fourt- 2nd Door Berea's Foundation School lf one-thir- tnble-spoo- General Educntion for those not far advanced, combined with some vocational training. No matter what your present advancement, we can put you with others tiko yourself and give chance for most rapid improvement. lf one-thi- rd Ufa nrdlitnry firsts ISe. Live Poultry Springer, over 2 2.V: under 2 lbs, 2V: fowls, I llw tml over, 2t!c, do, under I His, 2Jlo; roosters, 21)?. Live Stock. ll. 3rd Door tor Berea's English Academy Course Cottle Shippers $l2Rir,, butcher steers, extra $Kt.2."frM, good to cholco $11 frill, common to fnlr ftL.Kift 1 ().."(), heifers, extra SlOfNl, good to choice $!tC!).7r, common to fair Jfdi S.r.0, cows, extra, ?l)friO. Calves Extras Sltt.rOfi 17, fair to good .12fr 10.2.", common mid largo SU"i.WWM. I tnoso who aro not expecting to leach and who aro not going thru Collcgo and desiro moro general education. It also gives tho best general education for llioso who wish a good start In study and expect to carry it on by thcmsolvca. lf 4th Door Berea's Normal School good to choice puckers mid butchers $.M. medium ?1Ki W.TiD, stags $IOi n.2.", common to cholco heavy fat sows jslHrtl.tt). light shippers $l."i(fl"i.75, pigs (110 lbs und lca) $12014.50. .K5.."iO, loss Selected henry shippers This gives tho best training for llioso who expect to teach. Courses are so arranged that young pcoplo can teach through Iho summer and fall and attend saliool through tho winter nnd spring, thus earning monoy to keep right on in their courses of study, Read Dinsmoro's great book. "How to Teach a District School." 5th Door litis is the Berea's Preparatory Academy Course straight road to College best training In Mathematics, Science, Languages, History and all preparatory subject. Tho Academy is now Boron's largest department. THEAHERICANSOLDIER White Leghorn Cockerel. 6th Door This courses Berea College Institution, and provides standard in all advanced subjects. Is the crown of tho whole The ear lobes are rewhite, and should more of the surface be covIn cockerels and pullets, samo would bo disqualified, but this Is allowable la hens nnd cock birds. Feathers other than white In nny part of plumage nnd shanks other than yellow would nlso disqualify the White Leghorn. Other general disqualifications are as follows : The presence of stubs, feathers or down on the shanks or between the toes, side springs, squirrel tall, etc. half pounds. quired to be thnn ered with red one-thir- d COMFORTABLE FOWL IS BEST Poultry to Do Well Should Not Be posed to Severe Weather In Fall and Winter. Ex- doors during the fnll and winter, are. without doubt, established facts, says A. C Smith of the Mlnnesotn experiment station. The Idea often advanced thnt poultry can withstand any amount or degree of cold weather provided It Is dry, Is not borne out by expcrlenco. Poultry should not bo exposed to wind or rain In the autumn. House the birds comfortably If yon wish eggs. Keep them In the house lifter the ground freezes. Let them out only during the middle of the day as a rule In the fall after the frost comes. If yon cannot take the trouble to get them In early In the afternoon, keep them In. ir That farm flocks aro often too much exposed to the weather, and that the farmer would realize more from his poultry If he did not allow them out- ON YANKS WHO GRINS BEAM A Temporary Raiso in Board is forced by war conditions. For CURSE LUCK WHEN THEY twenty-flv- o years tho board has remained tho samo in Berea, but the MISS A FIGHT unusual situation in which tho whole country finds itself now makes it impossible for us to live on the sumo money as wo havo in tho past This adds $0.00 to tho former expenses of tho girls and 115 CO to "The American Soldier in France Sees tho' expenses of Iho boys, but still leaves tho cost half that at other He Feels He Sees Big. Ahead. schools and "cheaper than staying at home." Big" Inspiring Tribute to American Troops. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental fco and room runt Western Newspaper Union News Service. by the term, board by the half term. Installments are as follows: Washington. "The American solFALL TERM dier in Franco sees ahead. He sees Expenses for Boys big. He feels big." This Is the In. VOCATIONAL AND ACADEMY FOUNDATION SCHOOLS COLLKOC AND NORMAL spiring tribute to American troops "by $ 5.00 $ 7X10 a Colonel" How with the American ex- Incidental Fee f 0.00 7.00 7.00 7.00 peditionary forces In France. The ftoom 12J2S 12.25 12.25 letter, which will be printed this week, Board, 7 weeks 2CJ25 Amount duo Sept. 11, tUIB.. 21.25 2555 Is "going over" In the otlichil publica1253 Board, 7 weeks, duo Oct. SO.. 1255 1255 tion devoted to troops bound overseas, Total for Term "30.50 '37.50 3850 and here given publicity for the first Expenses for Girls tliiip. Is as follows: "The big show nt 0.00 $ 5.00 I 7.00 Chntenu Thierry has been on all this Incidental Fee 7.00 7.00 7.00 pust week :ml that has nttracied our Room 1050 1050 1050 rttentlon more than the work. The Board, 7 weeks Amount duo Sept- - 11, 1018. . 22.50 2450 2350 big map showing the changes In the Board, 7 weeks, due Oil. 30.. 1050 1050 1050 come situation as fast us the bulletins Total for Term '35.00 '33.00 '34.00 In Is In the hull, at the foot of the This does not include the dollar deposit nor money for books or stairs, and sometimes there are 200 lienllli nnd charities of Hillnilelplilu. The Kcnerul tendency of parents to treat without concern the symptoms of physical disorder displayed In their children, especially so long as the little ones nrv nbjo to romp about In nil the exuberance of youth. Is token seriously to tnsk by the director. ns many cum-- of backwardness are primarily due to defects of hearing. and adenoids nre rePhysical Defects Make Diseased tonsil no small number of sponsible for rases of Illness among children, more Children Backward especially during the school term, lly Inning them removed at an early date Neglected supervision of the child we permit the child n better opporby Its parents before It enters school tunity to combnt the diseases of child1h the subject of shurp rebuke (i ml adhood. monition from Dr. Wllnier Kruscu. di"Of no less Importance nre the rector of the department of public teeth. We cannot hope to Improve tho WHY physical Mate of tho schoolchildren unless their food I properly mnstl-e- n till by sound, henlthy teeth. Infections through the mouth often havo their beginning In carious teeth." The Average Man. Tho standard of nny notion In measured by the nverngu of Its citizens. Tho exceptional man sets the double, line notices In the papers nnd In tho biographical dictionaries, but tho average man does tho business nnd gcta but little reward. Tho nvcrngo man Is tho bono nnd sinew of tho state, wlille tho exceptional mnn constitutes tho scallops und the decorations. Tho nveroKo man fights tho battles, the exceptional man wears tho shoulder straps. Tho overoRO man produces Uio coin, tho exceptional man appropriates It. Tho average mnn furnishes tho depth In the river of humanity, the exceptional man l only tho wnvo thnt surges for a moment on Its surface. The solid, substantial citizen, who meets his obligations, fulfills his duty of citizenship, Is tho very foundation stone of all that Is wholesome In our civilization. Tho term "man" Is hero used generlcally nnd Includes woman, for high nverago womanhood Is qulto ns Important to society ns thnt of tho opposlto sex. Thero are plenty to offer tribute to tho exceptional mnn, why not tribute to tho nverago mun who makes tho other possible? HANDLE PULLETS WJTH CARE Make All Changes Gradually and Keep Roosting Quarters Dry and Well Ventilated. Pullets beginning to lay should bo handled with exceptional care. Do not think because they havo started to lay that you should confine them In their winter quarters. Make no changes on them till the weather will permit; then take plenty of tlmo In varying the ration. Make all changes gradually. Keep the roosting quarters dry, well ventilated, but boarded up tight on the north, east and west sides. They should then have a comfortable house, and when handled by a careful person who understands the nature of the hen they should produce FRESH EGGS DURING WINTER Demand gathered around it. "Most of us come from so'inc division and whenever one of us sees that his division Is in the fight he goes ofT damning his luck because he's not with his outfit. Oh, you don't know what u difference it has made In the morale of every one. I think they were all disappointed nt our slowness in getting over at the appearance, training and equipment of our men. Hut now that vi hnve so many here and so many more coming, and they have either seen or been told how wonderfully our men tight, why they are Just beside themselves with J". The whole nltlttidt of the olllcers of our allies bus changed toward us. We are now the thing laundry. Special Expenses In Addition to Incidental Fee Business Fall Winter Serine Stenography and Typewriting 110.00 $14.00 $12.00 Bookkeeping (brief course) 11.00 12.00 10.00 Bookkeeping (regular courso) 5.00 7.00 0.00 Business courso for students in other departments: 9.00 1050 750 Stenography Typewriting, with one hour's 5.00 0.00 use of instrument 7.00 , Com. Law, Com. Oeog., Com. 150 1.80 Arith., or Penmanship, each.. 2.10 In no caso will special Business Fees exceed $15.00 per term. Far Exceeds Supply and Prices Rule Exceedingly High Give Hens Summer Feed. The demand for strictly fresh eggs during the late fall and winter months far exceeds tho supply, prices rule very high during that period and tho g breed of hens and tho system of them that will produco u good egg yield at this time of the year Is being much sought after. This can be accomplished by starting In the fall with a good laying strain of fowls and managing them In a systematic way, giving them summer conditions in feeding throughout the winter. man-ugln- Xll students do some work with their hands from six to six teen hours a week as Janitors or in tho farm, carpenter shop, printNo condescen- ing ofllce, laundry, boarding No more putronUlng. hall, oOlce, etc., and receive pay which sions. They listen and defer to om expenses. opinion, they adopt our views tin reduces their people, the papers both llritish anil young man or young woman can get an education Any They now love us nud be- at Berea if French. there is tho will to do so. lieve In us, and we are all In perfect nccord and sympathy. We nre Hit If it is impossible for any young man or young woman to be new oracle, the li nnillon of the ino in school the full year, by all means they thould enter for a course durtneiit, the big brother, the uuhctitHlilc ing the winter and spring terms. tho grand, the iiiiikuU1iic for w In, lots of them, raw have put our men Tho public schools will close nboul Christmas and tho teachers mid Tied, but big, enthusiastic and re- and advanced pupils should not bo idle through tho long winter sourceful young America full of x in himself and his country, nil, months but should bo studying in Berea where tho best education can faith that right Is on ins side, will, be gotten for least money. faith In his neighbor by his side, full Applicants must bring or send a testimonial showing that they an of force uml pride he went in with hv above 15 years old, in good health and of good character. This may bi teeth set nud a determination signed by some former Berea student in good standing or some reliable merely to stop the Itocho, but to to heat Mini at his own game, oi teacher or neighbor. The use of tobacco is strictly forbidden. id die In the attempt. And he did It For information or friendly advice write to the Secretary, It Is done. No matter whatever temporary reverses iiih come, the AmerMARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Ky. ican soldier has got the Iloche's able-bodied con-den- . llcl-hli- universally agreed that the personnel of u military organization must be physically fit to endure the trials nnd hardship Incident to Its particular duties," says Doctor Kronen. "In a measure the same holds true of the children who ure to enter n new environment when registered upon the school rolls, nud who are to give up their customary hours of play nt home' for n Beat In the classroom, to be occupied for definite hours every school day. A chanKc of discipline from that of the home to thnt of the school, together with the labors of study, brings about a complete mental change In the attitude, of the child. Are your children prepared for this change or ure the older boys and Klrls ready to take up ,Jhelr advanced studies? "The eyes, earn, teeth, nose and throat should receive special attention, us defects of these parts of the body , are most frequent. "Defective vision must be corrected If the child Is expected to keep up with Its studies nnd to maintain the same standard ns the normal child. Rood hearing Is also essential to the child who receives oral Instruction, "It Is He Finished Bulgaria. You ? RIDDING SOILS OF GAPEWORM Effective Measure Is to Plow During Winter Freezing Weather Kills Insects. Winter plowing Is an effective method of ridding soils of the gapeworm. Word From Bre'r Williams. This worm causes the Dar'B land 'nuff ter feed do wort, "gapes" lu little chicks, and can only but don't miss de feet dat It needs result from contaminated solL throws tho worm to, or coaxln'. After you git In a good workln' near the surface, where freezing humor, you got ter make do land feel weather quickly ends their existence. good. lilt's do only way ter have a happy time all 'rouu'. Winter-plowing Flames Sweep Canton Stores. en buildings Canton, covering nearly two blocks In tin heart of ("union's business district were destroyed by fire. Destructor of several more blocks of proper! vus threatened for sueral hours, n lie tho conllagratlon was stopped only bj bo combined efforts of Canton, Mas slllon and Alliance Flro Department! Mid several hundred citizen volun leers. The loss lu both property tine stock Is put at ifl.oOO.OOO. Explosion! of paints and stocks of other com hustlbles wrecked several bullillugi that might hare escaped tho Humes Ojdo.--Fifte- Berea College Hospital Best Equipment and Service at Lowest Cost. Wards for Men and for Women, Private Rooms, Baths, Electric Service. Sun-parlo- MAY1IB Surgery, Care in Child-birt- h, Eye Treatment, Nose and Ear, General Practice 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 It didn't seem uuch a very Important assignment when General d'Koperey was sent to tho UulKitrlan frontier to take char go Allied force-- thore. Iiut Germany echoes, In u different key, thu cry of tho Allies that nothing In many mouths has meant n greater step toward hastening complete Allied victory than tho defection from tho war on tho part of Bulgaria. It practically ends thq droant of Germany for control of tho Host; It pretty nearly cuts off tho Turkish army, and It may inako possible the rtventry of Serbia Into tho war. IIUT IT DOE3NT END THE WAR! Thu Allied armies must follow this llulknn victory with heavy, hard, steady blows, That means a tremendous undertaking In the way of supplies, arms, food, defensive and offensive munitions. It Is expensive to transport to that point. Hut It Is worth the cost. Liberty Honda must moke It possible. Will you buy more of them! I October .11, 1018 THE CITIZKN rngo Sovcn IMrBOVED UNtfOBM INTERNATIONAL awrsoiooL (liy IlKV V II KITZWATKIl, D. I., Teacher of Knnllnh llltls In the Moodr Illblo THE SECOND LINE OF DEFENSE From the Mississippi valley to the flaming front In I'lnnders Is not ns far today ns the distance from Purls to Ilerlln. The Atlantic ocean Is not ns wide ns the Itlver Homme. Tho girl In tho munition factory In the middle West Is very close to her brother In the front-lintrenches. If her work falters, If one untrue torpedo pasies the careful scniflny of tho Inspector, the lives of American soldiers pny tho price. It Is ns necessary to keep tho girl who makes the shells physically fit nnd high of courage us the man who fires the gun. Tho glory nnd excitement nf wnr nre for the man In khnkl. Grinding, monotonous labor far nway from tho flying (lags nnd martial music Is tho portion of the girl who makes munitions. One and a half million women nnd girls have mnrched Into tho service of the United States government, to tako the places of the men who have been called n the colors. With every draft and with the opening of every munition cantonment the number Is multiplied. These girls work long hours nnd the work Is hard nnd monotonous. Furthermore, they work at high nervous tension. On the skill of their Angers mid the ncctirncy of their eyes depends the lives of many soldiers, the winning or losing of many battles. "I can't sleep at night because I'm so afraid I may have possed on something that wns not quite true," said ono young girl not yet In her twenties, who Inspected hundreds of torpedoes every day. Unless something can make this girl forget nt night, and find some rest, her hand will lose Its cunning, "Nights nnd Sundays," snld another, "I wnlk nnd walk, nnd I never go tho same route twice until I have worn out nil the others, nnd yet I enn't forget that perhaps some time, somehow, during the day something may have gone through thnt wns not quite right." "I was Just on the edge of going back home," said nnother. "I couldn't stand It. Then the recreation leader asked me If I played basket ball, and I told her I was too old. I'm twenty-eigh- t. She lnlsted that I Just try throning the ball, nnd now I'm captain of the basket ball team. I piny tennis, and can 'set up' and nnd they're going to make me forewoman of the room. Thnt would have frightened me to death once. Hut everything Is different now, thnt we have our War Service club." The wnr department hnd seen the need of occupations for hour If the employees were to work at their greatest elllelency, nnd tlirouch the ordnance department asked tho Young Women's Christian Association for recreation leaders, to line up the girls anil direct their free-tim-e pleasures. The government reminded the Y. W. C. A. that ns nn organization It nlwnys hnd had nn Interest In the right housing of girls, In the right feeding of girls, nnd In the right education of girls, nnd thnt the intelligent enre of these girls In the munitions factories wns one of the essentials In the winning of the wnr. The government could house nnd feed them. It could put up recreation buildings, but when this wns done it wns ns helpless ns the fHther of n motherless girl. The government Is n composite mnn. He didn't know what girl should do when the six o'clock fnctory whistle blew. lie only knew she needed looking nfter nnd he cnlled to the one woman's organization Hint for half n century hnd mnde a study of the needs of girls. Vaguely, he had nn Idea that she should be encouraged to play, that she needed wholesome recreation, nnd some one, wise nnd sympathetic ns a careful mother, to guide her social e 'wig-wag- ,' FIGHTING SUDDEN CLIMAX Dy WALTER (Copyright, IN THE ALPINE HEIGHTS Lesson of ChlraKa.) Union,) 131S. J. DELANEY. Inttltute (Copyright, Western Newipaper LESSON FOR NOVEMBER 10 JACOB DECEIVES I.EBHON THXT-(len- eli HI8. FATHER. 27:U-- noi.DKN THXT Hpeak every man truth with hln ntlahbor. Kpheslana 4:2S. DKVOTIONAI, HKADINO Kpheilana :a-E- . ADDITIONAL MATEIMAIs-Genei- la ITmerlm 11.17-2Zecharlah Acta 6:1-1- 17: 1:16.17: I. Itaac'a Purpoe Regarding tha Birthright (27:1-1- ). The Imlrmlly of old ago reminded Isaac Unit In should act his house In order. The particular matter needing nttentton was tlm determlnntlon os to who should he the head of the houso when ho was cone. As to whether Isona knew what (lod hod told He' bckah concerning Jacob's priority wc are not told ((Jen. 25:23), hut It Is evident (lint he lacked spiritual dls comment, being tinder the sway of Ids appetite. Kven though he was Ignorant of God'n plan us revealed to Itclickah, Ksuu's action In inn it? Inn heathen women (Oen. 'M; 34, 85), ought to have convinced Isaac Hint luu was unfit to he the hend of the house which was In line of the covenant blessing. II. Rebekah's Scheme to Frustrate taaae'a Plan (vv. M7), Having henrd Isaac's Instructions to Esnu, she took steps to divert the father's blessing from Ksau to Jacob, She knew It was Cod's will that Jacob should have the birthright, but had no scruples as to what method should bo used In Its accompli hment. 1. Hebekah's Instructions to Jacob (vv. MO). She sent Jacob to bring two kids from the gouts, promising that she would make savory meat, rucIi ns Isaac loved. She knew that Isnnc's weak spot was his stomach. 2. Jacob's hesitancy (vv. lie foresaw the dllltculty and danger which confronted him. Ills hesitancy wus not neeuu.e no una conscientious scruples iignlust doing the deed, but wns nfrnlcl of being found out. Some have a desire to do evil, but refrain from It because they nre afraid of be ing caught. Itebekuh undertakes to bear the curse that may come, so Jacob's scruples nre set aside. She clothes him with Hsnu's rnlment, and places Into his hands the food. III. Jacob Deceives Esau (vv. 1. Interview between Isaac nnd Jacob (vv. The quickness with which tho savory meat wus brought, aroused suspicion In the mind of Isauc. In order to allay that suspicion Jacob deliberately lied. He not only lied, but the naiiiu of God In declaring that his success was due to tho help of Jchovuh. This lie Is again repeat-oi- l when Isauc questions him further. Having One lie calls for another. started on the road of deception he wus obliged to He In order to cover up his deceit. 2. The paternal blessing (vv. It emltodlid the following particulars: (1) A fertile soil nnd nbundant product (v. 28). Mun Is dependent upon God for the frultuge of thc'soll. Tew stop to consider their obligation (2) to him for teuiorai blessings. (v. 21)). God National was to give hlin a numerous and powerful offspring. This has In a large measure been fulfilled, but In u 6tlll larger measure It remains to bo fulamong his filled. (3) kindred (v. 2D). "The elder shall serve tho younger." (4) The object of Helng God's especial cure (v. 29). himself God's choice, God obligate to care for him. Those who would misuse Jacob would suffer; those who would fuvor Jacob would bo favored. Those who nro chosen of God enjoy his speclul care, and woe bo to hlin who would dnro to molest them. This Included temporal nnd spiritual blessings. Happy Is he who enjoys the friendship of God. IV. Esau's Remorse- (vv. Scurcely had Isaac ceased blessing Jacob till I Mill cumo for tho blessing. Tho Bccrct was now out Lying and deceit cunnot long be hid. In the face of whnt had been done, Isaac shakos with fear. No doubt this Is duo to the manifest presence of Jehovuli. Usuu While gives forth u terrible wall. shedding bitter tears of disappointment, he rnges with passion nnd pluns ). blns-phem- ed 20-20-). cc 80-33- ). -- Till Is a most bitter experience for Ksau, but he Is merely reaping whnt ho sowed. Kor n brief Indulgence of his flesh ho sold his birthright. Muy Esnu'8 folly warn us of choosing Hesh-l- y Indulgence rather thnn spiritual Whenever ono turns from blessings. tho lovo of God to tho grutlflcutlon of worldly lusts, ho Is guilty of Esau's to murder Jacob nftcr Isauc's death. profunlty. Source of Power. Only thoso who uro lifted up from tho earth draw men unto them. The world Is possessed by thoso who ure not possessed by It. Tho momentum of lovo In the source of power. Fran-el- s G. I'cabody. Sabbath Observance. had not been observed as a day of rest during tho last threo centuries, I have not the slightest doubt thut wo should bavo been at this moment a poorer peoplo and loss If Sunday civilized. Mncaulay. Wnt.rn Nwppr Lnlon ) You could bavo knocked Afton Locke down with n feather when ho was unexpectedly Informed that ho wns n rich man. The law linn of l'eale 4 Gregory hud sent him n letter asking him to call nt their office on n mutter of Importance nnd urgency, nnd the first words of the senior partner of tho firm fnlrly stunned Locke. "We hnve sent for you to Inform you that you nre the sole heir to the estate of your relative, Ira Howell," he pronounced. exclaimed lnvolnntnrll "Whyl" Iocki "I did not know that my father's cousin was dead." "A month since," enlightened tho other. "Ho has left you nil he had his old home nt Grassmere, nbout eight thousand dollars In cash and a quarry enterprise, which represents his principal Investment." "You you nmazc me I" stammered forth Locke. It hod struck Iicke all of n heap. Never In his wildest dreams had he even fancied such u windfall as this. Ira Dowellhe had seen exactly twice In his lifetime. "Mr. Howell wns a strange mnn," fell upon his cars In the dreary tones of the lawyer. "Ho wus pestered to death with mendlcnnt or sycophantic relatives waiting for him to die. Their petty meannesses disgusted him. He liked the wuy you buckled down to snfc habits and hard work nnd his Is yours. There Is Grnssmere, nnd you will hnve ample rendy funds. As to the qunrry property, that Is In litigation. A claimant who was n former partner of Mr. Dowell has tied It up with nn Injunction. There Is no doubt, however, that we will bent him out, for we have money and he has none." It wns a strange experience, thnt of the following week, for Afton Locke, lie gave n fnrowcll dinner of sumptuous proportions to his fellow clerks nt the store. A string of them Inter visited him nt his hotel. When Locke started from the city ho carried In his pocket a memorandn of ns ninny us n lonns, negotiated by his dozen Impecunious friends. It wus worse at Grnssmere. Locko found It to be a beautiful place und planned how, ns u gentleman fanner. life would be envlnble. Then there swarmed down uion him n horde of hungry distant relatives. Most of them had never henrd of htm before, but all professed the deepest regard for hliu. They ntc at his tuble, some from a took up their nbodc with Mm. A cousin, wheedled widow, n forty-fifthim out of live hundred dollars. One old fraud Cousin Felix, n nnd idler, persuaded Locko to buy out a little business In tho town for hlin, proceeded to mortgugo It promptly uud sold out his equity before he actually begnn business. , Ixcke was so harassed by his newfound relatives that he decided ho would leave Grassmere In chnrgo of the enretnker, and not settle down permanently until he had detlnltely perfected his plans fur the future. In his ccrct heart ho dreamed of u mistress for the palatial old mansion. This was how It wns: At Itlpton, where he hnd worked before going to the city, he had becorao casually acquainted with nn old mnn named Robert Warren. One evening, calling upon htm, he found his daughter, Nina, at home. She was to spend u week's vacation from a seminary. Mr. Warren had n pitifully small Income, but he managed to keep his dnughter nt school. She und Locke liecumo congenial friends. Then tho start of n romance ended for her back at her lessons nnd for Locke ut his new post of duty In the city. To Itlpton ho proceeded now, but not to call upon Mr. Warren. Mnny a time the old mnn had referred to a valid claim he held In litigation, nnd had The Hlue Triangle sent Its piny lady mourned tho luck of a thousand dollars to SHlute and go to work. Workers nre to push It to an Issue. Ills earnestness asked for In recreation buildings of had deeply Impressed Locke, who nil the 22 federnl Industrial reserva- sought out tho attorney whom Mr. tions or munition cantonments which Wnrren had named as representing Ids have been opened this summer In sev- Interests. eral of the states. These reservations "I wish to loan n of yours u sprung up out of the very fields In a tbousnnd dollurs," hoclient Imparted to tho few weeks. They are employing thou- lawyer, "but I don't wish him to know sands of workers. Many of thoso thnt I mil Interested In tho transacwomen have come from fur distant tion." provided homes. The government Naturally tho lawyer was In comIn plete hormony with nny arrangement dormitories mid mess burrncks. some places It Is putting up recreation that would bring him a fee. He would buildings. Where such n building Is shield Locko by pretending to advance not provided by the government, the Y. the money himself, and Locke went W. ('. A. will furnish It, using one alback to the city feeling that ho hnd ready standing when nvnllahle, nnd dono n good deed. building when that Is necessary. All "That these buildings, whether government nttorney,Injunction suit," spoke his own n few days later "we will or assoelntloti-owned- , will openito under the sign of the Hlue Triangle. They havo to discuss It. Tho other side, I will have big living rooms, assembly funded, had about exhausted funds fighting spirit, but wo received a rooms for entertainments, club rooms, und a nnd gymnasiums. The Hluo Triangle visit from to Itlpton attorney today who curry It to n higher court. will furnish a program of service work, threatens educational classes, games nnd enter- His client, Mr. Wnrren" "Not Mr. Itobert Wurrcn P cried tainments. Military and signal corps Locke electrically. I drills will bo In char;o of soldiers. "Why, do you know hlin?" In Washington, tho members of tbo "Yes, wo must Indeed discuss tho Iliislness Women's council, u Hluo Trl case," and within nn hour ho wus fa-- 1 angle league of tho Y. W. 0. A., mndo miliar with nil Its details. up of girl government employees, drill As u matter of right nnd Justice a week under nn army olllcer. Locko told twice the Itlpton attorney next and between live and six o'clock on duy: "Your client Is entitled to all ho these days long linen of motorcars ure asks for. Will you kindly udvlso him parked to wntch the drill. that through a remarkable clrcum-stanc- o Wherever ijosslblot tho recreation I happen to control the quarry equipment Includes n field somewhere property In litigation, and offer him a for outdoor sports. full half interest, and If ho will release War clubs are n part of tbo plan and tho Injunction we will resume tbe busimembership In these Involves a pledge ness as partners." to serve to tho best of the girl's uMI-ItAnd six months later, as ha had In the ranks of the Woman's Indushoped and planned, Afton Locko actrial Army the "second lino of de- quired unather partner, a II fo ono, the fense," und a protnlso of loyalty by chanmng daughter of his business promoting In every posklble way tb spirit of service. llll, INDIRECT I RE8ULT8. Ilesldes having n number of direct results upon the success of a business, good advertising tins also an Indirect Influence that Is Interesting to note. One of these results is the creation , i of a reputation which In turn produces confidence. The good advertiser becomes known wherever his printed messages go and he acquires n reputation not merely as an advertiser but ns a persistent worker for business. And then In time the steady, regular, periodical appearances of his advertisements create a sense of permanence and stability and a desire on tho part of the reader to become more closely associated with tho advertiser. The continuous nppeals to the reader to "come In and see this" or "come In and try that" soon meet responses and gradually tho reader forms the habit of going to Mr. Good Advertiser's plnco of business because ho knows thero Is always something of Interest there. By and by he goes there for the fillPassages on the rocky heights of the Adamello, where the Italians are ing of all his needs In that line and doing some of the most spectacular fighting of tho war. good advertising hns made another1 convert. i BBggjg 139 9KH es-tu- to A BOX FROM HOME dls-tnn- h hoary-bende- d WlU-lMf- Orawn by Oaar William. DlvUlon of l'lctorlal Publicity. Food savings of millions of Americans during our first year of war enabled this government to send enormous food shipments abroad for our fighting forces and the Allied nations. Our savings in cereals out of a short crop amounted to 154,900,000 bushels; all of which was shipped to Europe. We increased our meat and fat shipments 844,600,000 pounds. This was America's "box from home" to our army abroad and the civilians and military forces of the Allied nations. Victory is Not Cheap knows, and most EVERYBODYthat we cannot get of us from hard anything worth while in this world for nothing. What is worth having is worth paying for. There is nothing in the world more desired or more worth havinn now than VICTORY. Such a victory cannot be had All he asks of you Is that you with him by for nothing. It will cost a great snal price but Uncle Sam Is willing to pay the price. LIBERTY BONDS. co-opera- te y tgSTyZ v Pago Eight. solo, I THE CITIZEN TIRE PROCLAMATION COMMONWEALTH Or, KENTUCKY October 31, 1018 East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else No corrnponJcnre putllthnl unlrM nlmiorf In full ljr th wrltf r. Th nm n nUrnce of cond faith. Write plainly. li not for publication, but Is very poorly with typhoid fever. Mntl Pcnninglon, of Vine, was called to his wife, who lias Influenza nnd is visiting al Nina. STANTON NEWS COLUMN HIS NEW JOB Dy VINCENT Q. PERRY. A. 0. Stanley, Govornor To tho pcoplo of Kentucky greetings: Tho menanco of lire is greater now LEE COUNTY Boattyvlllo Heallyville, Oct. aro at this time about 700 cases of "flu" In the County. Soveral deaths have been the result of tho disease with- in tho last wcek.-C- arl White, of Tallegn, was in town a few days ago. Ho is al present homo on a furlough from South Carolina. He will leave, Monday, for his army post.-- Tho dry spell was broken in tho County Monday morning when, wo had n splendid rain for several hours. Corn gathering and potato tligging has been the order of the, day in this cohnlw for the last week ' in or more. The sorchum out-m- it this county was tine this year. 28.-Thero ' (Copyright, 1919. JACKSON COUNTY McKeo McKee, Oct. 28. Mcrlda Farmer, who has been at Camp Taylor, is homo on a short furlough. Ho is recovering from an attack of Span- ish Inlluonza. Five of Will Fowler's children, who have been very sick witli influenza, aro improving. Mrs. W. H. Clark is very sick with influenza: also Mrs. Morgan Neely nnd four children. Corp. Dewey Simrks of this nlnco has landed safely in France. Lloyd Sparks and Oeradline Hays were visiting Mrs. Maud Carr at Sand Gap, Saturday and Sunday. A sad accident occurred near McKee. Monday. Clarence Welch, while out hunt ing, accidently shot himself, dying in a few hours. He was buried by the Juniors. Besides his parents and brothers and sisters, lie is survived by a wife, who was Miss Iloso Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. J. F, F.nglo of this place received a cablegram from their son, Lieut. Stanley Hnglc, some where in France, a few days past, saying he was well. Bond Bond. Oct. 21. During tho warm the Christian Church; age, 25 years. She leaves three little boys and n husband, mother, father, three sisters, three brothers, and a host of friends to mourn her loss. Sho was tho daughter of Sam Ilobcrts. W. H. Hubert's family is sick. The in fluenza Is taking full power thru these parts. John Simmons . was jerked over a elilT, Friday, by log chains and nearly killed. Bert SUm- ers imuy is not expected to live. 0. Iteynolds is very poorly. V. J. Fnnbus family is sick. Ed. Hoberts took tho examination, thollDth, for the army and passed first class. It seems as though all our boys aro going to have to lick old Kaiser. OWSLEY COUNTY by the McCIure Syndicate.) Newipa-pe- r I mojt fCvum too good to be trim tr Itnbcrt Campbell, nntl for in minutes nftcr be bad received notification of his advancement be could do nothing ,nnJ, antler nt hi good luck. ? nntl glad. Wouldn't .Cnrrle be , , , ,,, Promotion Assistant mnnnger ,. ,. lIlinnr,mnfn, .... ,t I of ,.',, ,.m, ,i .., cnre for yo (U1iy, Moot ,m. t0. night. I love you, dearie, nnd I want you for my own," sho wns saying over Moppc(, ng no hcnri, Cnrrlis.8 voce rainy weather for a few days farmers have been busy sowing wheal. Several bases of influenza", some very sick, whilo others arc getting along 0. K. Schools in this County have been closed to prevent the spreading of this disease. Mrs. Roy Tructt died last week and left a little baby a few days old. Mr. Truett has been very low with in fluenza. G. C. Turkey has sold his farm to George Pennington and is moving to Hamilton, 0. Mrs. Mary Davidson was the guest of Mrs Martha Davis, Sunday week. John Seals and family visited relatives, at Hazel Patch, from Saturday till Monday. The Pigeon Roost school district has put a nice plank fence around the school ground. The Red Cross Chapter has been doing sonic splendid work, and expects to do lots more in tho future. Hospital shirts have been made and some socks knit for tho soldiers. L. F. Edwards was thru here, Saturday, delivering enlarged pictures, Cover Bottom Clover Bottom, Oct. 2i. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Jeptha Cox, October 17th, a fine girl; mother and child doing well. Isaac Dean has moved to the house on the hill just below W. J Hays. Wm. Norvel is suffer ing with a very severe case of influenza. Schools are all closed and churches prohibited on account' of the "flu." Nan Langfellner and Alice Azbill each lost a fine marc a'few days ago. Several of the boys are being called to McKee to take thoir examination as to their physical fitness for the war. A number; of cases of influenza are raging in this neighborhood. Among those afflicted aro four of Sid Van Winklo's family, all of Ben Gay's family, his wife being very low; Joss Cruse and two of his children; he is very sick; four of J. R. Englo's family, and his wifo and baby aro very low with it. Charley Van Winkle's family aro suffering with it; also Jim Seo and Nelson Van Winkle's family. Robert Abrams wife have pneumonia and aro very siok. James Blanton returned from Franklin, 0., with a very sevcro caso of influenza and is not able to sit up. Died at Camp Taylor, Thomas Azbill, a soldier boy, and was sent back hero to his father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Harden Azbill. His remains were laid to rest in tho Kerby Knob ccmetry, on last Thursday, October 17th. Ho was ono of tho finest young men in this neighborhood. When ho was called to the army, as ho left, his last words wore: "Farewell my happy homo" which proved true. Tho bereaved ones havo our deepest Sympathy. Carlco Carico, Oct. 27. Tlioro is more, sickness in this County than ever at ono limo before. Died, tho 25th, tho wife of Isaao HImos, of pneumonia fover. Sho was member of J Island City Island City, Oct. 28. Tho weather is very favorable at present. The people aro about done foddering and digging Irish and sweet potatoes. Maud Parmer, daughter of Green-hurParmer, died in Ohio and was brought home, recently, for burial. Died with influenza. Charley Mcl-ea- lf and Dock Hunter, both of Sexton Creek, died of influenza and were buried at the grave yard near their home. 0. W. Harvey, wife and son, Jasper, of Wake, is said to bo under treatment by Dr. Mahaffcy for Spanish influenza. Jesso Sparks of Sexton Creek is better, who was not expected to live with same disease. J. C Gentry, of Tyner, was at our place recently on business. Crit is a reader of The Citizen, and enjoys it line by seeing more in its columns that the price lie paid. The people in our vicinity at a loss since the schools havo closed. Wo hope now soon the epidemioa will cease and our priviliges be restored again. Our Stavo Mill is in opera tion again on the farm of II. Morris, giving employment for several men. I understand that a new oil well will soon bo in operation on tho farm of H. D. Peters, which will bo the third ono on his farm. Mrs. Kate Bowman, who has rheumatism, is still improving. Scoville Scoville, Oct. 2i. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson, of South Lebanon, 0., aro visiting his parents, Mr, and Mrs. Martin Wilson at this place, and her father, Laz Bell, of Major. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Peters, of Garrard County, spent the week-en- d with his nephew, Charley Pettcrs, and family. There aro several cases of the Spanish Tnfuenza in this vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Rowland were summoned lotho bedside of their son, Oscar, of South Lebanon, Ohio, who had the flu. He died Fiiday morning before they got there. Thoy brought him. Sunday , and was buried in tho family cemetery, Monday afternoon. Ho leaves a wife and a small daughter, father, mother, sisters and brothers. His wife and daughter, who bad the influenza, accompanied them homo and aro slaying at Mr. Rowlands, now. Most of the, children that have whooping eouh are convale.-cen- t. Chester Judd, wlir has been in Ohio for the past six months relumed home, Sunday Mrs. Floyd Reynolds, of Kings Mills, has been visiting her parent, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Judd at thU place. Henry Winn, of Logana, spent tho weok end with his wife, Mrs. Elizabeth Winn, and his brother Cainer Winn, both of this place. ry is a lot of sickness in this neighborhood, mostly influenza patients, ffo deaths aro reported at this place. Very few havo been able to get a doctor, as the doctors and families are sick. Miss Margaret Creech and brother, of Nina, are visiting their friends and relatives at this place. Henry Brewster has gone to Rock- casllo County to purchaso a farm. G. W. Browning mado a business trip tol London, Monday. Tho Rev. J. H. Browning was called to Ionia, where his niece, Miss Emma Evcr- - CLAY COUNTY Malcom Malcomi Oct. 20. There Save Wheat for Our Soldiers Good Light Bread and Biscuit can be made from POTTS1 RYE FLOUR i Order a sack from your Grocer and be Convinced the wire. Mob put bis bnnd to his head. lie could hnrdly believe his enrs until she repented the foiuo words, nnd then n ROCKCASTLE COUNTY she cnuglit sight of him, snld: "Tbnt Rockford Is nil, thank you,"ns curtly ns she Iloekford, Oct. 27. Wo are having; coui,i nn,j hung up the receiver, Hut somo very wnrm weather hero at Hob wns not deceived. Ho hnd benrd this writing. Some few cases of in- - enough. "Did you want to see me, nobble," lluenza, hut on the creeks it seems nl11 ,n " snmo 01,1 wn to be very bad several deaths. No tbnnk you," be gulped. "You Corn cutting is almost over. Some conare thru sowing wheal, Feed corn; had better finish your telephone versation." John is green as in "I hnd finished." s'io nnxwf red. withVaugh and Jessie Linville were out showing nny cmbnrrnssment. married October 18th. We wish "I don't think you hnd." He turned them a happy and prosperous lire, nnolIt nn,i iPft her. Carrie looked nf- Floyd Hiclt cut his knee vory badly ter Mm In wonder. She made her while cutting corn, but is better wny back to the doik that she bad now. Wnv J. Wilder, of Carters-vill- e, occupied for the first time tbnt tiny. "Ilnve you henrd nbout Mr. Campis visiting his daughter, Mrs. Bert E. Martin. W. C. Viars has; bell's promotion. Miss Aldeson?" the girl who hnd chnrge ofCnrrlo's old been suffering severly from having counter, nsked. "lie Is to be nsslt-tnn- t a tooth pulled, but is better now. seem to mnnnger. Promotion Mrs. Linville is on the sick list. have cone the rounds." Dr. Robinson is the attending physi-- J That Is splendid for Mm." Carrie cian. Mr. and Mrs. McCollum had exelnlmed In delight. "I mil so glnd, the misfortune of losing ono of their for he has worked bnrd for promochildren this week. They havo the tion." When she was left alone Cnrrl besympathy of the entire community.! gun to mnke exenes for llnb'.s coldDayJohn McCollum is home from ness. He wns filling his rolo ns ton for a few days. Several of the mnnnger. Scaffold Cane boys are being called When noon hour nrrlved no Bob to Mt. Vernon for examination. II. Cnrrle waited for nenrly half C. Brewer's family are down witli nn hour with her coat nnd lint on the renllzntlen that In wns not influenza. coming enme to her. So Hob had let bis promotion come between them MADISON COUNTY ' she hnd to nckno'wledge Jt to herself Big Hill She wns not good enough for nn Big Hill, Oft. 28. There are a few mnnngcr's wife. It was hard cases of influenza in this neighbor to credit Bob with such nn ungrateful hood. Mrs. Herman Carrier died of spirit, for he hnd nlways been so kind typhoid a few weeks ago. Slio nnd considerate. The little home they the gnnlon leaves a husband ami three children "'"J PnnnI to build, with nlmost renl rose hedge hnd been to mourn her loss. She was a true nnpareritly 1ob hn,i forgotten. An Christian woman, loved by all who n1,tnnt mnnger would be able to knew her. Sho was a member of . afford more thnn n little home nnd Pilot Knob Church. She was buried could figure In society. The mnnnger wns past middle nge nnd In time Hob at Pilot Knob Cemetery. T. J. had tho misfortune of hav- would probably step Into his pluce. mnrry nn heiress the ing his house burned. .loo Reecc Then he could president's pretty dnnghter or somewas home on a furlough to see his one else oqtmlly Impressive. Hob wns mother, Mrs. Margerctlo Recce, a hnndsome. nmbitlous nnd progressive. nnd few days ago, but has roturned to He would bo. n big mnn some-dacamp. Mrs, James Owens and chil- their little love nffnlr could renlly menn dren have returned from Indianap- nothing to him. Thnt she wns pretty, olis, where sho had been visiting nmhitlous nnd progressive ns well did enter Cnrrle's mind. Whntever for sometime. Children in this not hnd done wns to Incrense her snv- she neighborhood arc about well of Ings In order to help Hob when the whooping cough. Several deaths time enme for the little home. As Cnr-ri- e near Mallory Springs, recently, from realized thnt all her dreams were influenza. Jen" Neely lost a hogl I hnttered she burst Into tears. By the time the lunch hour was over weighing about 300 pounds. Mrs. she hnd dried her eyes and wns busily Lucy Gorden has returned to Paris, working nt her desk when the ussls-tnn- t after visiting her brother. Philip mnnnger mnde his nppenrnnce. Hayofor soveral weeks. Mrs.' I?oh stnrted ns lie cnught sight of tho Julia Curmp, after spending a few new bend of the department. days with relatives here, Jrelurned "I beg your pnrdon. I did not know thnt you hnd been promoted to this to her homo in Lexington, Ky. desk," he snld In a reserved tone. Kerby Knob Carrie did not look up. Kerby Knob, Oct. 27. M.-.-I. Smith "Will you plense prepare n report, sold his merchandise nnd rent- -' giving details of the girls tn yonr lias ed his dwelling and store house to ns to length of service nnd 1 Bert Richardson, who will lake pos- snlnrles they nre now receiving. reports on the session in n few days. Mr. Rlnith would also is going to Berea to mako his home. snles made by ench anleswomnn, In Miss Aldcson." Tom Azbill died of influenza Oc- future. "Miss Aldeson" wns too much Tho tober 15th nt Camp Taylor and was for Cnrrle. brought here for burial. The be"I will mnke the first report, Mr. reaved family havo our deepest Campbell." she snld Icily, "but you sympathy.--ManiiPowell shot and must spenk to my successor nbout the monthly report for T nm to glvo my killed his wife and mother-in-laMrs. Lillio Powell, October 2Uh. notice tomorrow night." "You nre to be mnrrled, I presume Two other members of the family Aldeson." nob felt his henrt sinkwero shot throught tho clothing, Miss ing. but not htfrt Myrtle and Bo'ssio "How dure you Insult me," Cnrrle Click aro visiting homo folks for a flnshed. "Is It not enough to slight fow weeks. Aunt Jennie Azbill is; me ns you hnve, becnuso you have seriously ill, nt this writing. G. C. been promoted nnd consider yourself Sparks returned homo from Hamil- nbove your old friends, without tauntNo; I nm not going to be ton, Ohio, last week. Tho friends ing me. becnuso I have been Billy married of Sarah Kates, who Is it) Hamilton, enoush to wnstc my affections upon a are glad to learn sho is recovering man that was not worthy of them. I from pneumonia, resulting from an nm leaving becnuso I refuse to work attack of influenza. Thcro has been under nn nsslsttint manager who Is not a gentlemnn." no "flu" in this community yet. Bob'a cheeks wero scarlet. "How Wo aro grioved to hear of tho death could you expect me to net differentof so many of our soldier boys.--Rob- ert ly," ho said, "when I heard you conPamell and Falrio Powoll fessing your love for another inuii over wero quietly married al tho home tho telephone this morning?" of tho bride, October 15th. "How dnro you " Carrie begun, but stopped with a gasp of understand-tag- . "Oh, Bob, how silly of you!",she Proper Treatment of Friends. cried ns sho rummnged through her present we desk for her order book. "Here It Is; When our friends are ought to treat them well; and when 1 wiia giving nn order for some poputhey are ubsent, to spoil U of them well. lar songs for the music counter. Tbnt I'plctetus. U what you heard 1" "I "1 wai an Idiot," ho Inughed. havo ben unhappy all morning over JOHN WHITE fc CO, It, too. It spoiled all the pleasure of my promotion. Tho minute I wuh notiLOUISVILLK, KY. fied of It I thought of you and tho joy Liberal itortfiMut the news would bring to you. Wo cun aad full vtluo paid build the little homo any time now, ior rune deur, nnd we run liuve a rose hedgo j tho first year." Hide and l tie-foan y ly al w, than ever, and tho wnsto resulting from it entails n moro irreparable loss. This is tho limo for n maximum of production nnd of conservation, nnd a minimum waste. Thousands of tons of itroclous food stuffs, millions of feet of lumber, homes which cannot bo repoduccd on account of the scarcity of labor, all aro destroyed by lire which could, with proper care, havo been prevented. It is tho duty of oviyy citizen to assist in tho prevention of 11 res nnd In bettering thoso conditions which produce them. I, A. 0. Stanley, Governor of this Commonwealth, thereforo designate Saturday, November 2, HUH, ns lire nnd nccldent prevellon tiny, and upon this i lay call upon tho people of this Commonwealth to remove- from their premises all substances which are liable to produce lire. Seo that nil the heating devices nnd chimneys are In safe condition. I recommend the close Inspection, especially of store-housand manues facturing plant, hotels and and call upon tho local authorities to give careful attention to lire prevention, fire jirolectlon and tho prevention of accidents. I ask that lire drills and exercises bo held in all public and private schools, nnd that instructions and lesions bo giveji in Flro Protection and lire Prevention, nnd acainst accidents of every nature. Given under my hand this 19th day of Ootober, in tho yonr of our Lord, ono thousand nine hundred nnd eightuen and in tho one year of hundred and twenty-sixt- h tlie Commonwealth. By the Governor A. 0. Stanloy James P. Lewis, Secretary of Slate By K. Mntl Karr, Assistant Sec. of Slate. es fnc-torj- Stanton, Oct. 28. Ross Hnll, ono of the lineal citizens of Powell County, nnd ono of thojargosl farmers In Kenlurky, died, "Friday night, of Influenza. Stanton nnd tho goood community have sustained n great loss in the dentil of Mr. Hall. Ho stood for everything Hint was right nnd wns greatly Interested in tho upbuilding of his County. Ho wns n lino farmer and was loved by all tho poor around him, ns ho helped t'icm in many ways. He leaves a wife and four lovely children. Harrison Luc. ns, stationed at Tallega, tiled from influenza, Saturday. Tho writer was up In Breathitt County last week and found conditions Ihero in a dreadful stale of affairs. There are 2,000 cases of Influenza in tho County, and deaths are taking placo all over tho County. iJucIo Jonathan Boyd, 71) yenrs of age, and ns line a citizen ns ever lived in Powoll County, died last week on tho South Fork. Ho was n leader in Hint community and will bo greatly missed. Ho loaves two sons, Algin nnd Willio Boyd. A new baby arrived nt tho homo of Row and Mrs. Willis Crafts, and they havo named him Paul Vermillion. Mother and son aro doing well. 56 State Banks Are Members of Federal Reserve Bank System d The retlernl Itcserro Hank of CIoto-Innnnd Its system of member banks will ono day aoon represent a total of resources of ono billion dollars. Recent figures showed that In th Fourth District 68 state banks bad nnd been admitted to membership, they havo raised thn total resources to Application! tire pond-In1603,278,000. from numerous other Institutions In the district and as the banker learn the advantage of being member banks all Institutions will undoubtedly Conditlont In Hun Prison Cam pi. make application for memberships o In lUdou. The Kederni Reserve Rank system Iniid who Imvf with ilrlt of tho country ts credited with being ish miiiiiiiIimI who lire being rottiruit! tho most powerful agent n making from (ii'iniHi) priMiti iitiiH to Kiik'lanC possible the flotation of tb thre LibHlnte tbnt all the men ruport the coll Unions of life In th (ieriimu prlni erty Loana. eiunps lit be very IihiI. At Hrntidelitir there are Hbout :t(X sailors taken froic Count karolyl Falls. llrlllsb -- hips, ilunj of them nre ovel Zurich, via Iindon. Tho efforts of IU), iniiipnlile of doing much luird Count Knrolyl, llmigurlitii Independwork, but they ore forced In tabor ence party Ivnder. to form u popular There are iiihii; reports of purcelM o Ministry have fulled, nnd tint dissolufood sejit from Kliglmid being Htolett tion of Hungary Is consequently and tlint ilii-l- r parccN were kept un according to dUpittchea. til the contents went bail. n Corre-imiicleiits Inuv-Itub- le, Three Million Buttons Bought for Fourth Loan Buying three million buttons la Just one of the minor tasks which had to bo taken care of before the Fourth Liberty Loan campaign by Ralph Waldo Emerson of the War Loan Tho factories which aro turning out the buttons for tho Fourth Loan aro distributed about tho country so that shipping to tho various federal reservo districts can be simplified nnd thero will bo no chance of any district being left at the last minute without Its supply of Ilttlo bond buyers' Insignia, at Washington. trldea Emerson was Euer Thought What the government alxty-flvOne Sailor Costs Us? thouaond dollars in real monoy; a vast amount of celluloid, which contains Kuncotton: an enonnoua quantity of The coat of tho U. S. Navy per man white paper; hundreds of gallons of per day during the first six months of wood alcohol, and hundreds of hours the fiscal year 1918 varied from 49c on of labor. tho larger types of vessels to 62c no The snvlnK was brought about by the smaller types. A f50 LI')orty UonC the employment of a steel engraving will keep a sailor for 102 ("aa In process. The old buttons hnve always larger vtwsels and for 96 d been mado with celluloid and paptr. smaller type). 0t on these able to save e "Everything Goes In War, 'Says Jackie Even a Fellow's Hair" fjjpi dt r.runo IUm very well. We're the twlna If you say so." So say these two members of the U. B. Naval Hand, Cloveland station, which Is on tour in the Fourth Federal Reserve District to boost bond sales for the Fourth Loan. You can't got a "rise" out of either of these boys by reference to their unthatcbed dome. Witness the amllea. "Everything goes In war," aayi th baldy with the big horn, "even a fellow's hair." That one Is Edmond Inskl, who enllated with hi B flat tuba the minute the band was talked of. His "twin" li A. F. Oerloch, who wa financial secretary of the musicians' union In Cleveland before enlisting. V Inakl Is 21 Oerloch la 20. bald-beade- (AII, V- -f Caat When Religious Meetings are Omitted Pray More at Home