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The Citizen to ttie Interests of tlie Tho London Daily Express stales that General Foch may receive Gor- man delegates respecting an armls-iiwtico this morning, November 7V Tho Montreal Star announces: "Scmi-olllcireports declare that Germany has decided to accept Focli's terms." al jMIo-ULntciin- . Vol. XX. People WIN Knowledge is Pow&r Hd the way to keep up with modern Knowledge la to read a good Nowspaper. BEREA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY J NOVEMHEIl 7, 1018 Ono Dollar and Fifty CenU Per Year. No. 18. Altogether For Our Soldiers. - Soldiers meet clanger, hardships, and temptation. The last is the worst of the three. We are determined to do all we can for our dear and brave boys who are in the army and navy. We provide long range guns and warships to lessen their dangers, and blankets and tents and hospitals to lessen their hardships, but their greatest battle must be with temptations. They are away from home, excited, uncomfortable, and beset by people who wish to get their money. On the other hand, there are great reasons which should make them lead clean and triumphant, righteous, lives. They are fighting for a noble cause. They are coming back, most of them, to the dear ones at home. They have all the reasons men could have for resisting Germany Surrenders BRITISH ol I World News Tho withdrawal of Turkey nnd cs This means thai hostilities will ceaso at once. It docs not mean (he of allied troops or the iiniiiuuiiiiu return oi u. a. iorccs. GAIN Largo forces will bo kept abroad till terms of pcaco aro settled and their observance assured. Wo hopo that this unofficial re- Great German Base and Pres-naport will provo to bo true. Captured by Cana- -' VALENCIENNES; Austria from the war has mado tho week a mcmorablo ono. Two avo-nuare now open by which tho Allies may enlcr Gcrmnny If necessary, and tho war cannot be prolonged for any length of timo should Germany be disposed to do so. It is mainly a question of securing ns good terms as possiblo that now absorbs the enemy's attention. 5 MILES n Election A Republican Victory writing reports vary re- ministration and so delaying specting tho result of tho election. War. At this dian Troops. tho CITY FOUND TO temptation. One good way to help people resist temptation is to give them something good to do, and the soldier has much idle time. The Young Men's Christian Association has done more towards keeping our soldiers from temptation And than has ever been done for soldiers in the Jews and the Catholics have started societies like the Y. M. C A. to do the same kind of work for their boys. Just now these different organizations, are uniting in a great campaign to raise money for taking care of our soldiers. They will try to do for them in the camp and on the sea what their own folks would do for them if they could be near. It is certainly a wonderful thing to see the good people 'of all the different denominations taking hold together in this good work. We must fight the Germans and at the same time we must fight disease and dissipation Many of our dear ones will go out boys and temptation. and come back men they will go out rather light headed and come back with serious thoughts and established principles. wiy-time. Tho Mlepublicans .claim control of tho Housc.wbilo tho question as to which party will lead in tho Senate seems to depend upon tho doubtful stales of Michigan, Idaho, and New Moxico. They will not tolerate a partisan- ship contest in Congress critical hour. at this Hit whelhcr Congress is Republican or Democratic, this is sure, tho people stand behind tho President and tho armies. They will not abate in their zeal Tor tho vigorous prosecution or the War till a righteous peace is They will not tolerate a policy ot heckling the President and ad Kentucky News (KAISER'S Winchester, Ky., Nov. 3. A. G. Locknane, general passenger agent ror the C. & 0. and L. & N. railroad companies ror twenty years, and ono or tho most popular men in this section or the State, died early this morning or pneumonia, which an attack ot influenza. He had been ill only eight days. day camo yesterday for Lexington for tho first timo since the epidemic mado its appearance days ago, in this city thirty-tw- o when Health Officer Dennis A. Furlong announced late last night that no new cases had been reported to him throughout the day by physicians or health officers of tho city. "Flu-loss" If ever the United Stales, tho world needed leaders who, freed from parly strife, can calmly consider the world situations it is now. Later and rullcr reports may give other r :sults than now claimed. Slnnhy wins ror Senator. Shcr-lc- y is dercaled ror Congrcs in tho Louisvillo district. When Stanloy takes his seat in tho Senate, March (Valenciennes lies only U) miles west noxl, Lieut, Gov. Black will become of the fortress of Mons.) City Taken by Canadians. tho Governor of Kentucky. With the llrltlsh Army on the WestOhio goes dry despilo early claims ern Battlefront, Nov. 4. Canaillan ot tho wots. troops that attacked at Valenciennes were supported by the greatest artillery concentration they hnve ever had. ARMY While the Canadians were driving abend there, lirfttsli, Helglans nnd were steadily adIN FULL RETREAT vancing further north, overcoming all German resistance. The Canadians completely surrounded Valenciennes nnd then crossed the WITH cnnnl nnd are now well east of the ROADS HUNS CHOKE one-halFranco-America- Humors persist that tho Emperor BE INTACT of Germany has abdicated and Is planning to leave his country. Trunks with tho Ilohcnzollcrn mark Infantry Supported by Greatest Artil- arc said to be crossing tho Swiss Thousands of lery Concentration border. A decree purporting lo Liberated Civilians Wild With como from tho Emperor boasts of Joy as Victors Enter. tho achievements of the war, but admits the coming of now order of 4. British troops have London, Nov. things. Ho professes willingness lo captured the big German base of Valin placing Germany unanenciennes, the British war olllce der tho rule of tho people, as pronounced. f miles vided in tho amendment lo tho CoI'resnan, three and south of Valenciennes, has been seized, nstitution that is under consideraalso. tion. The llrltlsh took 4.000 prisoners. Tho King of Bavaria has mado known his desire to claim the imperial crown for bis bouse in case tho throno is vacated by William U. This would be a rather poor exchange, ns the Bavarian line is noted for ill balanced and sensual monarchs. Prlnco Rupprecht, who has taken an active part In tho war, is belter than tho average of his house, but such an arrangement would fall far short of what tho situation demands. Tho terms of the armistice signed by Turkey were very scvero and show bow badly sho has been beaten. Among others it is provided that the Dardanelles and Bosphor-u- s must be opened; that all railroads arc to bo placed in the Allies hands; that Syria and Mesopotamia must bo evacuated; that all Germans and Auslrians must leave Turkey within a month; that Armenia shall bo open to the Allies in case of disturbance, and others of equal importance. TROOPS Madison County Ministers Make Appeal When tlio Homan Catholic Belgi-a- n, the agnostic or Catholio Frenchmen and Italians with tho British forces put up the stiff light that checked tho advanco or tho hordes of tho Hun, and held them nt bay, suffering fearful losses, hammered and pounded for two long years by shot anil shell, by machino gun and shrapnel, harrassed by aeroplano and submarine, holding a force many times their own number in check till America could rally to tho defense of humanity's cause, wo cheered their pluck, admired their heroism wo did not ask what creed they held, but rendered full homage to their bravery. Wo cannot now in ministry to men on the seas, in tho camps or in the blood drenched trenches discriminate and chooso by drawing lines of creed or faith whom wo shall .serve. Wo must make tho lino of our ad ministrations as broad ns tho lino of our defense, wo must minister with all and to all. With tho Jew our brother of tho Old Testament faith, with tho Itoman Catholio who with us has tho lovo of mankind at heart. Wo must work together with all who will work with us in tho great service of ml jtcring to the social, physical, moral, and spiritual needs of our men in military service. Wp ministers of tho gospel or Madison County urge all within the circle ot our influence- to contrlbuto ly freely, largely, and to tho appeal made for fupds to carry on tho allied services or tho seven organizations, working for tho welfare of tho men in barracks, in amp, at sea, and in the trenches. Wo oro assured upon full information that largo funds aro needed Tor tho gigantic task assumed, and that the funds will bo wisely used. Wo aro hoping for a speedy peace, u peace of righteousness, but should whole-hearted- AND MATERIAL OF THE MEUSE. EAST pcaco come, months must pass before the men in Franco and Italy can bo returned home. Tho American army was tho last to take tho Held; it should not, it certainly will not lie tho llrst to leave tho Held. The Canadians, tho Australians, tho forces of India, or South Africa must be transported home over tho seas. This will tako time, more timo perhaps than wo think. Mouths ot weary camp life must be endured by our men beforo they set foot on their native soil. Vast educational schemes aro proposed ror our armies to occupy our men in otherwise idle days, that they may return better fitted by education and added training tor homo lire and citizenship, rather than cmno back demoralized by dissipation, by idleness, by gambling, and the vices of camp lire. For this training thousands of teachers must bo scut to tho camps to carry on this work, a work that is planned on a colossal scale. Largo runds will bo needed to carry out the great designs or largo minded men. We must bo ready with mil-- 1 lions. A period or demobilization will bo a period or the greatest demoralize-- 1 lion unless measures to counteract this tendency are mado possiblo by tho support ot tho people at homo. Homer W. Carpenter 0. Olin Green It. L. Telford x M. T. Chandler Julian MacClinlock E. a'McDouglo American Filers Bomb Convoys of Enemy, Hitting Munition Dumps and Various Villages Elght.Squad-ron- s Raid Towns Held By Foe. Western Newspaper Union News Service. With the Amt'rlinn Forces Northwest of Verdun. American nvlntors reported that the Germans to the east of the Mouse are hi full retreat. The uvlatnrx' messages "aid that all roads running northward were packed with troops, artillery and trucks. The American aviators went as far as They reported that the Itcmolvllle. mads southwest of Itcmolvllle arc choked with trutlle. The retreating German troops and convoys and enemy ammunition dumps and various villages within the Teuton lines were attacked by American bombing airplanes. Great damage Is reported to have been done to property and consternation caused among the retreating troops. The American bombing machines made two attacks tin first 1) the morning and the other In the afternoon, reaching as far as Stemiy and Iteaumont. Fires are reported In both places. Klght sipuulrons participated In the air raids. The bombers Httacked Iteaumont, where they destroyed a warehouse mid exploded an ammunition dump. In Stenny another ammunition dump was exploded. The bombers also attacked .Murtiticour, Mouseay, lteuuclalr and Beaufort. The hist two towns simultaneously were under the tire of the American guns. In the region of Vauv and Somniau the pursuit planes harrassed the Hoops along the roadways with machine guns and small bombs. The weather was cloudy, but It was the tint really clear day on the ground since the offensive of the Americans v us resumed. There were various combats In the air. Two tiermaii machines were reported brought down. Three American planes are missing. Men to Bo Taken from Labor Industries Must Make Sacrifices .that Government Work May Be Done. Kentucky's quota in the new nation-wid- o drive for 370,000 laborers immediately, is 10,000 according to an announcement received recently by J. A. Kdgo, assistant director for Kentucky. Tho communication rccolved by Mr. ICdgo stilted that a rush order had been given by tho Government for 379,000 common laborers, lo finish army camps, munition plants, and naval bases. Tho communication hinted that all other industries would have to mako sacrifices, do without sufficient labor, and bold up their affairs that tho Government construction work might bo completed immediately. To meel Oils emergency, all nonessential industries will havo men taken from them first. Literally, the War Department staled that "Community Labor Hoards must ox- pedito the combing ot lines and replacing ot men by women in nil occupations in which tho II. P. Petty latter should engage." It. II. Sparns "Tho Council of National Dercnso has called upon nil local agents of Howard Hudson tho State and Rational Council lo a S. Knight G. W. Mead gel behind Iho Employment Scrvico in meeting tho problem." C llexford Ilaymond It. II. Huberts "All availablo resources in KenE. B. English tucky will immediately bo mobilW. J. Hudspeth ized to obtain Kentucky's quota," Ministers of Madison County tho assistant state director said. non-essent- CONTENTS SKIP PAGE 1. The aviators' report regarding the retreat of the enemy east of the Meu-- e is us follows: "At KcmoMlle a troop train of 111 cars was leaving, northwardly bound. We mtw great crowds of enemy troops along the railway siding. We tired upon them and they tired back with Incendiary bullets All north-bounBEACHED AFTER CRASH roads out of Itcmolvllle were Idled with troops." According to previous repeats at divisions least four were opposing the French and Americans east of the Meuse In this sector German artillery east of the Meuse, protected by hills and woods beyond had been a source of constant annoyance to the Americans since they reached the gntit elbow In Hie river north of Dunnovoux. The advance of the Americans Saturday made potslble the bringing up of t.rtl!cry, and the American gnus begun counter-batterwork. Soon after ward the German artillery desisted. enemy batteries' In the Numerous ruglou f Fontaine were under American lire. Utter came reports of the nvlalors that the'jieiny appeared to e in full retreat; Aiistro-lluugiirtu- Altogether for Our Soldiers. Madison County Ministers Mako Appeal. F.lcc-lio- n a Ilepublican Victory. Gor-maSurrenders. World and War Nows; Stato News. ny Crew of British Steamer Safely Landed After Collision With Tug Cargo Owned by the U. S. An Atlantic Port, Nov. 4. A Itrltlsli steamship wits damaged In a collision off this port wllli a tugboat. A liolo was smashed In the how of tlio steam-Kliland Klie wus beuchrd to prevent her from sinking. The crew of W) men landed safely. It Is expected that the vessel nail Its cargo, owned by tho p Austria has demanded anI received from Italy an armistice. The terms were made by General Diaz DESTROY FOE DREADNAUGHT and quickly mado known. Inasmuch as Italy had already secured a footDestruction of Austrian Warship Vlrl. hold in Trent and Tricst beforo operOffibus Unitls Announced In ations stopped, it is likely that she cial Rome Dispatch. provwill securo her Washington, Nov. 1. Destruction of inces that complete tho logical prov-Iin- es of her boundary on the basis the Austrian superdrendnnught Vlrl-bu- s Unitls by the Italians Is aniiounceil of nationality. In nn olllclal dispatch jfrom Home. Washington. Nov. 4. A dispatch The American and French armies from Home says: are getting the Germnns in a posi"The Italian sailors have accomplishtion that will make their retreat ed another great feat and have sunk the Kuperdreadnought Verlhus Unitls, from Belgium and France difficult. flagship of the Austrlnn navy, which Tho naturo of tho country is such means the last and biggest unit of the that two exits only aro practicable, Austrian tleet. 'The Italian sailors and the situation suggests a have thus retaliated for the losses the bottle, both neeks of which Verlhus Unitls Indicted upon the Ital- tho Allies iro trying lo closo or year." ian army during the retreut last control so that retreat will bo mostannounce-wen- t The text of the olllclal ly, if not impossible. rendu: "The chief of the naval staff announces tUnf. Connnaniler ltos-setCount Tisza, the primo minister and Lleutennnt I'aoluccl succeeded In entering the Inner harbor of Polu of Hungary, has been killed in his and sank the large battleship Verlhus own homo by threo soldiers as a Unitls, flagship of the penalty for tho part ho played in the. tleet." war. Ho has long been regarded as ono of tho most sinister characters FLEET WILLV OCCUPY TRIEST in tlio country. It is said his last words: "I am dying, but It had to Committee on Public Safety Alarmed be so." at by Sudden Arrival of Austrian Troops From Venet'a. Kmporor Chnrlcs, of Austria, has oalli of Basel, Nov. 4. The conunlftee of released Hungary from ils public safety In Trlest, alarmed by the fealty. Count Karolyi mado tho to tho National CounMidden arrival of fleeing Austrian sob dlers from Venetla, sent a torpedobout cil during tho week. It has not yet to Venice to nsk the commander of the been decided whether Hungary will allied tleet In the Adriatic to occupy beeomo a constitutional monarchy Trlest, a dispatch from Vienna says. or a republic. In cither case it will The allied commander granted the re- be more satisfied nnd will havo atquest and, the dispatch adds, an allied ambition. tained a naval force Is expected In Trlest at rearguards. long-desired two-neck- ed tl Austro-Hunga-rla- n long-cherish- ed place. Valenciennes was found to he Intact except for a few tires. Thousands of liberated civilians went wild with Joy and there were scenes of Jubilation similar to tho-- e nt Ostend. Mile and Bruges. They said that the Germnns did not make any attempt to evacuate i them. British Advance Five Miles. London, Nov. !. The llrltlsh adfront In vanced Ave miles on n their new attack in Flanders. The Scheldt river has been reached as fur north as Locke, only six nnd one-hamiles south of Ghent. Tho German resistance Indicated the presence of only strong German lf once. AVIATOR SAVED BY INDIANS PAGE 2. School Government nnd, Citizenship. Wnr Welfare Work. Truco Terms to Turks.! Sorial: Gunner Depow. Local News Items. Lieut. W. L. q. Smith Forced to Land In Everglades of Florida, and Is Rescued In Starving Condition. Washington, Nov. 4. Knocked down by n heavy windstorm, 8,000 feet In tho nlr mid forced to land In the Everglades of Florida, where, exhausted and starving, ho wns later rescued by Seminole Indians, were among tho recent experiences of Lieut. Walter U O. Smith of tho photographic detachment at Curlstrora Field, war department records made public revealed. PAGE 3. PAGE 4. PAGE 5. United .States government, will lie salvaged. The tug wus not seriously damaged. Letter rrom Mr. Taylor. PAGE 6. Mountain Agrioulturo.- Homo Department. PAGE 7. PAGE 8. j ' Sunday School Lesson. United War Work Campaign On. Eastern Kentucky Nuws. Cleveland Cady Present Condition Said To De Menace. New York. "Absolute evacuation of Itusslu by Germany ux a part of tlio peace terms," was urged by the League for National Unity In a stateDr. S. P. Fetter, Ashland, Ky., It is announced that tho King of Bulgaria has abdicated and that Bulgaria will become, a republic Tho former queen was a great admirer of tho United States and planned a visit to this country in the early years of tho war. American Ideals have played n largo part in determining tho great change that come over that nallon. Wo nro to secure tho advantage ol polley of Presitho dent Wilson in not listening to tho advise of bis critics and declaring war on all of Germany's allies. far-sight- . j Supplement. Fast.' Chairman District 19. United War Work Campaign. bers of the leuguu's Kxeeutlve Conn-ill- , Including Cardinal Gibbons, Thro-dur- e N. Villi ami Samuel (iouipur. ment signed by many prominent mem- English Words on Increase. Russian Marines Revolt Peacocks In the Dlble. Tho Bnglish vocabulary has grown Copenhagen, via London. A Kleff to grout Among the natural products of the size. Tho number of words (. i .j. (nnd of Tnrshltdi which Solomon'r uispuicii rm'ivcu i. ucre, vm i nemo, bujh found In old Ilugllsh lltcrvture docs t brought to Jerusalem, mention If JOO.OOO Itusslan marines have revolted not exceed 30,000 ; recent dlotlouurlcs made of peacocks (1 Kings z aud I) against Bolshevist rule at l'etrograd. huve listed mure than 100,000. Chronicles Ix ill). tlt-c- t! Pago Two Till CITIZEN Y. M. D0 You Ntrrcmbr 7, 1MI School News from Various Departments SCHOOL GOVERNMENT AND CITIZENSHIP By Prof. Cbas. D. Lewis a A. DRIVE What By Bruco Barton pressivo of a strong, thoughtful, Ho is a conscientious gentleman controlod personality; not the reMust Open Dardanelles nnd the who honestly wants lo do rlghfc sult of whim, weakness or passion. '4BaaaaaaaaV INCREASE FOR And ho camo lo mo shaking his head, Bosporus. Second, much will depond upon "I want t0 do my full part in this The "Ilu" in the writer's family your thorough mastery of tho tnsks United War Work Campaign," ho proved loo interesting to allow an of tho day. Woo bctldo tho teacher WELFARE said. "Do you think n hundred Demobilize Army, Surrender Fleet, articlo (o bo written last week, so who comes to tho school room with Give Up Prltoners and Permit Ocdollars is my sharo?" tho discussion will bo resumed after lessons poorly prepared, and with no cupation of Strategic Points. And I told him II would bo hard clear plan for tho work of tho day. a brief rest. for anyone hut himself to dccldo War Work Campaign an ex- In spite of all that you can do your London, Nov. In my last paper I relntcd The terms of the United , "Thero nro so many different ways nrmlstlcp grunted by the nllled powers perience in school disciplino with pupils will discover your secret and Drivo tho Week of November 01 looKing ni monoy, i said. to Turkey follow: tho purposo of illustrating n point. either pity you or delight in your 11 to 18 to Raiso $250,000,. A hundred nnd sovenly millions First The opening of the Dnrdiin-idle- s Thai point was that a tactful ap dinicultlcs. antl tho number who looks big nt first glance. It is forty 000 for Men With the Colors nnd the ItoNponis nnd access to peal lo that which Is best In chil will do tho former will bo small. times what Jefferson gavo for Louis the Murk sen. Allied occupation of dren will often lino up their belter It may lake two hours, It may, if the I'urdunelles nnd HoNpuriH forts. During the week of November 11 to iana territory. natures positively on the side of you arc experienced, take but a few Second The position of alt mine 18, the people of Kentucky will be It's a dollar and seventy cents for get your law and order in tho school room minutes tho night before lo every man, woman and child in tho llelds, torpedo tubes und other obstruc- culled upon to subscribe more thnn twit Good discipline, liko good teaching, work in shape, but whatever tho Inmid a half million dollars its this land: it's more than olalit dollars tions In Turkish wiit era tire to be is, limo may be, do not neglect it. You must bo properly motivated; that dicated, nnd assistance given to sweep state's quota of the niitlouul sum to bit t nnu a nan ior ovory t. uousouoia, or remove them, ns tuny be required. tho pupil, one most vitally con cannot set tho standard of duty if used during the coming year for wel"You can flguro it cm that basis," cerned, must see a good of somo you have not lived up to it your Third All nvnllnblo Information fare work among the boys with the I told him. "On the basis of dollars concerning mines In the Muck seu Is colors oter there and over here. kind in obedience that outweighs self in getting ready for the tasks John E. Brown, Shelbyvllle, Ky., nnd cents. Or you can flguro it on to be cnuiiutiniriited. Tho United Wur Work drive during good lo bo derived from diso- assigned you; but you may rest as tho Chairman District 10. tho basis of tho boys." Fourth All nllled prisoners of wur Unit week will bo participate! In by United War Work Campaign. bedience. In tho caso of my room sured that your school will find you "Of boys?" he questioned. "I do nnd Armenian Interned persons nnd the seven organizations whose work In as described the good that tho boys out prisoners nro to lie collected In Con- Kiiropo und this country Is endorsed not understand." Third, do not underestimate tho wcro seeking in abstaining from by Wur Department. They nre the ANOTHER LIBERTY LOAN day stantinople nnd bunded over uncondl-tlonull- V. the O. A., the Y. W. "It's less than fifteen cents a (lipping shot was not so much the importance of good organization in A., tho Nn-- t M. to the allies. COMINC for each of our soldiers and sailors," I approval of tho teacher as that of securing proper discipline. It is of Fifth Iininetllute demobilization of Idiin Catholic Wur Council, the JewSecretary of tho Treasury McAdoo tho social group to which they be- the utmost importance. Tho mili has nnnounccd thai, no matter what I answered. "Fifteen cents a day the Turkish nrniy. except such troops ish Welfare Hoard, tho Wur Camp to givo them warmth and comfort Community Service, the American Ltary spirit of tho day makes this a tho longed, the members of the school; results of the pending overtures and entertainment, anil lectures, and us are required for siineillunee on the ibrary Association und the Salvation Every frontiers und for the iniilnteniiuce of and it was quite evident that tboy natural point of attack. for peace may be, there will be an Army. valued this approval much moro child knows that a soldier must other Liberty loan. To uso his ex- games, and the thought of mother Intermit order. The number of cfTcc-- , It wns Intended originally to ask1 the and of God." lives nnd their disposition to bo (Itpriv- -' obey at onco nnd without question highly than the $17(..VKMHK from the eople pression, "We aro going lo liavo lo by the nlllis ufter con nation for "Fifteen cents a day for a boy: tertnlned biter If you have not done so before, put finance peace for ilege. just as wo two for a quarter a day. How many sultation with the Turkish govern to curry on this great work through awhile another your. Kentucky's quota wns But, I am sure, many teachers the spirit of our soldier boys into have had to flnanco war." ment. ' will you take." pluiiil at $!,7"U,hOO. However, It has who read this arc asking, "Can I your school. Begin tho first morn Sixth The surrender of nil wnr been found thut, on account of the Thero aro over 2,000.000 United And his eyes kindled. "I think I get this typo of control started in ing your resume work. Review for Stales soldiers abroad. vessels In Turkish witters or witters, oc- uiTiar.liig Increase in the size If we trans- could tako ten at least," ho said. Ho of our my school? How am I to secure tho the school as fully and simply as ntnf f linon inn Kn cupied by Turkey. These ships will be army and navy anil tho enlarged dr llm tin II ml drew his check book out. . part of my possible the great events which havo Interned In such Turkish port or (torts attitude of mind on tho , , "Flguro it out and loll mo tho us uuiy bu directed, except such uiull mantis of our Allies, the nation taken place sinco school closed. pupils which will result in this amount must be Increased U) per cent. price," ho said. "I want you lo rcssels as nre required for police nnd nnd conduct?" I will attempt 'Il.n l them with the great thing s , , this callt for n corresponding Ingivo them Iho best you'vo got. similar purposes In Turkish tprrltorlnl crease from every state. li nvn Innn In EVnnrn nrifl to answer these questions specifi- rttn ' """ therefore, must bo maintained, vlc- - What is it going lo cost?" venters. As the problem has been prrmnted cally. UK- . ' tualed, and clothed for many months " for ten boys, for a year, at lw,i Seventh The allies to have the to the vurlous suites of the Union by First, you will largely sccuro this soldiers than in the past. Suggest after peace Is an actually. rlcht to occupy any striiteKlc points In tho olllcluls In charge of the United for a quarter a day?" condition by your personal relation' Hint all sit erect. After this litis been the event of uny sltuntloti nrlslne Wur Work Campaign drive, the leaders Tho American people, therefore, o So I figured it out for him: to tho school. You disciplino very done, ask that all riso at tho word 1. i . which il. t ii i. t you flguro it out for yourself. ulllcf. threatens the security of the In every state have rallied quickly largely by what you are, but un - of command and s and like soldiers, v h ft around the standard of tho f0 tcr cent MMtm lhat fulu' nis- Highlit Free use by nllled ships of IncroHsc, believing thut the needs Of fortunately you are not always nij iccis logetncr, Domes erect, oyes , lop, wi , M ' wi , In Transformers. Aluminum nil ports und uuchoniKes now In Turk- the men In tho army and navy should on the fronL Explain fully how this L .,, work at tho school problem. .nnnnrlnilv . v w..vs. ,,, rf Aluminum lms been xucKested ns n ish occupation nnd denlnl of their use lake precedence over everything else. aro sometimes fretful, impatient, .13 UUliU illlU lllJ AnmMn,., n juu i ip: IUllllliaiiua substitute for copper In transformer by tho enemy. Slmllur conditions are At u recoil t meeting III IjOuIkvIIIo, . ...... Minn -,- -, t'Crttmnt nl nervous, discouraged, sarcastic, un- .,.111 conclusivo victorious peace when windings. Dealing with hent dissipa to upply to Turkish mercantile ship front all seven organiza. Monday, if you sympathetic. Next tion, temperature rice, comparative ping In Turkish wuters for tho purpose tions from nil parts of tho state disovcr it como3 open school again at that time, be single seats, nave cacu ciiuu sup ui Not for a moment, however, is tho costs of the different mnterlnls nnd of trnile and the demobilization of the cussed this Wi per cent Inercuso very suro that you are as nearly 100J the right end of the seat and place Treasury acting on any assumption other hnportnnt factors, ft nppenrs army. thoroughly. At tho close of Iho that the ndvnntuxes nro stilt with copphysically lit as possible. "Be sweet, tho right too on tho floor directly a resolution was Introduced by Ninth Allied occupation of the that peace is to como soon. Until per, however. Scientific American. It I'. Hrnst, of Covington, reudlng us look sweet, speak sweet," will be a under tho center of tho body and peaco is actually Tiiurus tunnel system. assured the atti good motto for you. Also keep six inches out from tho dcs.k at ludc of the Treasury and the atti of follows: vlthdmwul Tenth Immeillute "Itosohisl, Thut In view of tlie necos-ltTurkish troops from northern Persia cool whatever comes up. Many a "one," and at "two," havo each rise, tude of tho whole United States Gov for m Ittrgcr fund for the United to behind the prewur frontier already "bad" boy has his best fun when ho bringing the left foot out and plac eminent is for tho most vigorous bus boon ordered nnd will bo curried Wur Work, It Is Iho sense of this meetcan get the teacher lo scolding and ing it firmly by tho right, heels prosecution of tho war, and tho mot ing that Kentucky should endeavor out. lecturing and fretting; and he usu- together. Then have them seated by to of force against Germany without to raise Its proxrtloii of the amount I'.leventh A purt of ally knows just how far to go with- count, reserving this motion. If you already bus been ordered to tie evueu-nte- required for tho work and thut a W) stint or limit will be acted up to per cent liiorouso be recommended ti out something seriously happening, have doublo seals, havo pupils on ,,,,, . . nn by Turkish troops. The remaindn,.nm to him. Be quiet, firm, slow to iuii. ciiu, rise us tuusu on uib rigtii, ..iiehpil er to be evacuated If required by the and urged upon each county; and, furfid speak, and slow to forget when except that tho left foot is brought allies after they huvu ktudted the situ- ther. Ono more Liberty loan, at least, Is "liesolvcd, Thnt a copy of Ibis resyou havo spoken. Do not under- out first. ation. olution be sent each county, together certain. Tho fourth loan was popu Twlfu Wireless, telegraph and with u short, compact statement of mine your position with your puIf you havo dono this, devise larly called the "Fighting Loan" entile stations to be controlled by the the necessity for pils by many threats nnd promises other movements to be executed in this Increase." tho next loan may bo a fighting loan nllles. Turkish government messages .Mr. Hrnst moved the adoption of the which aro never fulfilled. In a word, unity, or watch this page next week too. or it may bo a peace loan. Whatlo be excepted. resolution, and It was seconded by see to it that your conduct is ex- - for other suggestions. ever the, conditions, the loan must Thirteenth Prohibition ugulnst the Judge It. V. Mnghiim, of loulsvllle. be prepared for and its suaccss destruction of nny nnvnl, military or This resolution does not require the commercial material. rendered certain and absolute. Be THESE KAMERAD CALLS county to change Its county quota unFourteenth Facilities nn to bo less tho county organization so degin now to prcparo to support it. Hardly had tho message been given for the purchase of coal, oil, fuel sires. It Is an uppeul for ench counflashed around the world that Amerund nnvnl material from Turkish ty In the stale lo get a CO per cent t WHY YOU SHOULD GIVE TWICE sources after the requirements of the Ion. ica had met tho greatest financial country hnve been met. Some of the reasons for the InAS MUCH AS YOU EVER demand in world history than Ger Fifteenth The surrender of all crease In the quotn nre as follows; GAVE BEFORE I many began insistently to renew her! Itemnrkiiblo Increase In size of Turkish olllcers In Trlpolltnnln mid The need is for a sum 707 greater "Kamerad calls" her peaco overt'yrenalcu to the nearest Itnllnu garri- American srmy. All budgets were than any gift ever asked for since tures. son. Turkey agrees to stop supplies based uiMin the slzo of our army last tho war began. Tho Government has The moment it became assured nnd communication with theso olllcers spring. Thro- - million soldiers to serve H. A. Power, Paris, Ky., fixed this sum at ?17O,5O0,00O. that tho loan would be met, Germany If they do not obey th order to sur- overseas before the year Is over Chairman District 13. By giving to these seven organi of one million. wirelessed broadcast render, her initial United War Work Campaign. zations all at once, tho cost and hmlng expnnillng needs of proposal. Sixteenth Tho surrender of all mr. Gavo il to tho world beforo it effort of six additional campaigns rlsons In Hedjuz, Asslr, Yemen, Syria Ainerlcnn nnvy. Some of the organl-nn- d Mesopotamia to the nearest allied mllons uniting In this campaign hove is saved reached President Wilson. "", ,vTed the navy with their pnst commander. Unless Americans do give twice Played to tho galleries; and in Seventeenth Tho uso of all ships I,r"Kr"ms. as much as ever before; our sol very poor form. ... i inn is n w ar oi peoples ns nnd repair facilities nt nil Turkish diers and sailors may not enjoy much us unities nnd navies, and the InPut up her bloody hands onco jsirts nnd arsenals. during 1919 their more in a pretended willingness to Eighteenth The surrender of nil dustrial classes must be served with welfare .1,000 Recreation Buildings negotiate a peaco upon tho lines tho ports occupied In Trlpolltanla and plants. fentures near our munitions 1,000 Miles of Movio Film t'yrenalcu. Including Mlsunitn, to the President had laid down months beI. The conditions of women affect100 Leading Stage Stars nearest allied garrison. fore. ed by our work must not be overlook2,000 Athletic Directors Nineteenth All Hermans nnd ed, and the girls In our munitions But keep right on devastating tho nnvnl, military or civilian, to plants must be provided 2,500 Libraries supplying 5.000,000 with wholecountry over which her beaten be evacuated within one month from some recreation. books armies wero retreating1. Persisted Turkish dominion, und those In remote Tk 85 Hostess Hous.cs Service extends from the tiro H. S. McElroy, Lebanon, Ky., CONDUCTINQ SALES. in tho program of her frightfulnoss districts ns soon after that time, as tho boys enter the trains In their homo 15,000 secretaries Chairman District 7. which has been hers from tho mobn possible. towns until they reach the front lino United War Work Campaign. Many people have somehow acquired liiny Millions of dollars of homo com ment she first crossed tho Belgian Twentieth Compliance with such trenches, representing American home, the notion thnt when u dealer conducts forts orders ns may be convoyed for the border line. Kept on playing tho school, college, library, forum, best When you givo double, you mako a sale he ls trying to unloud n lot of of equipment, arms nnd ammuniclub life, best of the stage, all churchHun gamel undesirable merchandise. While this tion, Including them too seriously. suro that every fighter has tho cheer occasionally may the transport of that es mid synsgogs. be true, It Is moro Americans must not permit themportion of the Turkish army which Is Germany is playing a doublo gamo and comforts of theso seven organi- - often not the case, but 0. Continuity of (his service can n rather merely selves to bo deceived by Hies Ger- as usual. bo continued without Increased fund zalions every step or tho way from an advertising plon designed to drav demobilized under clause ft. man advances. They must not tako Twenty-llrs- t An allied representa- Is there any link you would omit! Playing for time, primarily. But homo to tho front and back again people Into the store. 7. The armies of our Allien havo Oftentimes goods nre marked almost tive to be attached to tho Turkish minmoro than all is sho seoking lo im- - You provide him with a church, a supplies In order to sufeguurd usked for tho same programs for their press Iho world at largo with her theater, a cheerful home, a store, nt cost to the merchant und then ad- istry ofInterests. allied This representative willingness to quit; mako it np-- a school, a club and an athletic vertised for sale during u certain pe- to be furnished with all aid necessary urmles. 8. The Increasing number of prisriod of time. pear that further continuation of Held and a knowledge that tho folks oners of wnr look entirely to us for The object Is to mako It worth while for this purpose. Twenty-secon- d tho war is on tho head of tho Allies, back homo are with him, heart and for tho people to como In and not only Turkish prisoner! their physical, mental, social nnd buy the advertised goods hut to pur- - lire to he kept lit tho disposal of tin raonil Which has been her dominating soul I release of Turkish ir peace should come within a plan from tho outset. " "avo loaned your money to chuse other merchandise at regular nllled powers. Theand prisoners over short time, the greatest need for our prices. Tho dealer's profit then ls not civilian prisoners t"Cir physical nC0(lS, fiprmnm, to Inol n .Inoollfnl !..!. SWW military age Is to be considered. program will follow. In most warn OW B"U io muilllUlll uio iuuraio on tho sale articles but on the others. na frlnkv Inst no IronM.nrniu ncl Twenty-thirAn ohllgutlon on the demobilization lms proven demontllza-par- t If everyone bought only tho nier- Uiat ls winning tho warl of Turkey to cease all relations tlon. We must not win the wnr mid when sho first began planning for rhundlse advertised In the sale, tho lose It. A great educational program "dcr Tag." Just as big a wolf in dealer would make no money. Hut he wttn the central powers. Twenty-fourtIn case of dlsordei Is planned to meet this emergency, No Chance for Them, displays Ids other goods conspicuously sheep's clothing. Just as willing to An IrlHhman who wus driving a loud so thut customers can see them and In tlie six Armenian vilayets the allies which was not Included In the orlglnnl knlfo tho world from behind. nf pig to the fulr wus met by two save themselves time by making fur- reserve to themselves tho right to oc figures; $8.0()0.(K)0 for text hooks ulone. America has voiced her determiHI. Hinergeiicles and crises uro sure (well. One of them ucco.sted him ther purchases. Thus ho mnkes addi- cupy any part of them. Twenty-fiftnation lo wipo out Prusslanism. with tlu words: "Say, Put, could you tional sales thnt nro prolltnble und the Hostilities between to come. We must bo prepured for Sho must stand pat. This second let us huvo two Insldo souts?" To customer saves money and saves time the allies und Turkey shall cease from them. It Is expensive to follow a army must go forward as planned. which Put replied with a smile: "Well, through buying a big bill of goods at noon, local time, Thursday, the 31st ol moving army. October, 1018. Kentucky will accept the challengo IL must hn flnnncnil nernrillntr lo then, I cun't, for when I agreed with the one store. to raise this oversubscription, us she ,(,'n f 'ld.', I had to promise halting, schedule. Thero must bo no BAR HUN REFUGEES '",8 "m'I,t,,, c'ry other challenge In DUTCH h'lat 1,1 nku "P " no thut wasn't no hesitation, no delay, us cood uh themKclvps. I'm so sorry," una wur, vviin i nt same win to win Bstany. Whether it means months or xat.1 Put. Holland Will Allow No More Germans lhat Inspires Kentucky's boys In tho Botany Is bused on ii classification trout-heyears, whether it means ono moro and trnlnlng camps of Europe, to Cross Over Belgian. Nether, of plants which depends largely on the on the battleships und In the training Liberty Loan or half a dozen, Paper Shredder. lands Frontier. unatomy of tho ovurles, seeds and camps of our own country. A incchlne Iiuh lic.'ii Invented which reproductive organs. whether It means muoh or littlo Flowers and It can he done If every man, woman shreds vurluus kinds of puper thut uro fruit are therefore often necessury'to p Amsterdam, Nov. 1. Herman author Gen. E. H. Woods, Pagevllle, Ky., of sacriflco for all of us. it Into uof t mallles Have been untitled by tho Dutch and child In Kentucky turns to tho of species und hut rareChairman District 5. For tho burden "of world peaco is fed Into it, loukliiK used In; for puvklng ly cun determination be inude from government that hereufter no refugees tusk with high resolve to maintain United War Work Campaign. upon America moro than all tho terial, which cun fragile goods. will be permitted to cross the IJolglun the commonwealth's reputation tor m foliage alone. world. aiwtrrinc palrlotlm. Netherlands frontUr, I y Think Is Hr Shars TRUCE TERMS TO TURKS' pip jy pR CENT WORK a shot-flippi- ng -1 r, 4 lta my '"."' 7 a.u r"T 1 '"T ' I " sup-pos- 1 f, .,. y Tnins-Cnuciisl- ,,,, d 1 it Aus-trian- Big-broth- er ills-pos- well-bein- d h i h November 7, 1018 THE CITIZEN would" have got It, too. When rflg" ' ured It out this wny I quit worrying nbout It, only I wished tho fire would I let up. So tho other man died, nnd there were two of them In the hole. I rend the numbers on their Identification when sheila burst near enough so thnt I could seo them, nnd nftcr n while got bnck to our lines nnd rolled In. I could not remember tho num.- hers or tho nnmes by thnt time, but a working pnrty got them, nlong with others, so It wns nil right. My clothes were n mess, ns I hnve snld, nnd I wns so tired I thought I could sleep for n week, but I could not stnnd It In my clothes nny longer, It wns nhsolutcly ngnlnst regulations, hut I took off nil my clothes the blood hnd soaked Into the skin nnd wrnpped myself In nothing but nlr and went right to sleep. I did not sleep very well, hut woko up every once In u while nnd thought I wns In j Pago Threo snfd we find been forgotten" and Hat tho rest of our troops hnd cither retired or ndvnnccd nnd thnt wo nnd tho men In the trench who hnd tried to signal us were the only detachments I ko' past, nnd an olTlcerof the Royal naval division came up and began talking to our omccrs. Ho was telling them how he nnd his men hnd Innded ftt "X" bench, nnd how they hnd to wado nshore through bnrbed wire. "And, you know," ho said In n prised wny, ns If he himself could hnrdly believe It, "tho beggnrs were nctunlly firing on us I" Thnt Is Just Hko the Limeys, though. Their Idea ,s not to appear excited nbout nny--1 thing nt nny time, hut to net ns though but-dis- ' I v Albert. Depesx PV.r.l iinun .Mmr ' LMA IKIMCB rtINU A Ktr rilfcr-- -' fh TY7HFP rPB - rTT- W7 ' . After n while this oulccr stnrtcd on h'a wny ngnln, nnd ns ho cut ncross Uic hole ngnln. 3vva During tho night they brought un tho rond a French ofilcer enme up. ATfcr wliaTseemeiTTr long flmo I came water, hut I was asleep SYNOPSIS. nnd did not TllB Limey wore n monocle, which upon a wounded man, but lie was not know It. They did not wnko me, caused the French ofllccr to stare nt N. Ipew, author tho one I wns after. I thought about but .C.,iAI7En two men saved by share, n'ra rnlnuto before ho saluted. After the story, United (Hales navy, servln enlists In tha ana Attaining "u bird In thehand," etc., und wns Just though usually In n enso llko that It tho Kngllshmnn hnd pnssed him the four yean the rank of chlof petty officer, s starting to pick this chap up when was everybody for himself and let the Frenchman took n Inrge French penny His Head Taken Clean Off Hla Shoul gunner, n shell burst nlmost on us and Inst man go dry. You could not blame out of his pocket, screwed It Into his dera. ClIAPTEIl II-great war starts knocked mo two or three feet uway. them, either, so I thought S onil turned townrd us so thnt we soon ufter he la honorably discharged it wns Is n wonder It did not kill both pretty decent of theso two to save my could seo It. but the Limey could not worst tnln8 ooout lhcm wns the"amoEe It from the navy and lie sails for wltn a determination to enlist France of us, but neither of u was hurt. I people wno ininK ruisuurgn is Thnt wna nnl tho rlchf ttdncf tn .li share for me. I bellcvo they must CHAITKIl Ill-- He Joins tha Foreign thought the lire would get heavier hnvo had a hard tlmo keeping the especially before enlisted men, so our "moky ought to seo nbout fifty of those Ltsion and Is assigned to the Ureadnausht then, so I dragged the other chnp Into others off of It, to say nothing of them offlcers did not Inuch. but tho men did. oB howitzer shells bursting, one after Caissrd where lila marksmanship wins one of two holes made by tho shell. selves, for them rpnllv him hlsh honors. nnt morn and so loud that Limey turned nround nno'her. Some pieces of the shell had stuck thnn ennni-l-i fur nno mod drinir nil and cnught sight of the Frenchman. We could not tell whnt the rest of CHAITKIl la detached "ne was doing or how we were nil ship and lent with n regiment offrom Into tho dirt In the hole and they were nround. It taslcd better than anything I,c started bock townrd him nnd the to ! landen where he Boon flnda still hot. Also, there was n sort of f have ever drunk. Go dry for 24 thought sure there would be a light, ' standing the nwful fire, but we felt himself In the front line trenches. gas there that hung around for sev- hours In the hottest wenthor you can or that, more likely, the Limey would sure they were not having nny worse lte CHAITEIl Is detailed to the eral minutes, but It wns not very bad. find, do a night's work like thnt nnd i report mm. uur olllcers should havei "" ""' "ere. m n lew minuiea the acquaintance of the 'itTX "I"1 wo heard the good old "7.rs" start n fin ' placed the Frenchman under arrest, Is . the wonderful l'rench tuns many Tho man began talking to me, and fnmn In In flin innrnlni. that t0T ho on .v"...l,l.'J.,,ie pounding, nnd It was like hearing an a battuneld. Ilefore srelnK "l"e action, he ho said It was an honor to lie on the cup full of muddy water being handed , t that nny Is ordered back to Ills regiment In the field of bnttlo with n leg shot off and to you, nnd you The Frenchman cxnected trouble. 0,d friend's voice over the telephone, will know whnt I front line trenches. dead men piled nil nbout you, and mean. too, for he pulled up very straight nnd nnl everybody In our shell hole All I Could Sea Was Barbed Wire and CIAITKK roes "over the somo not dead but groaning. lie told At Gaba Tepo there were steep little stiff, but he left tho penny In his eye.' cheered, though no one could henr us top and "nets" tils first rjerman In a Smoke. mo I would soon be ublo to hear tlio hills with ouarries In between them. Tho Limey came up to him, halted n nnu wo coum Dnreiy near each other. flint groaning, though I hnd not said I nnd most of the prisoners we took few PncM and, without saying Still we knew that If the "7!)S" got I could see wns bnrbed wire nnd company takes rsrt CHAITKIl VIl-In another raid on the Oerman trenches minded It, or nnythlng nbout It. Then were caught In the quarries. We n word, took tho monocle out of his Kolng In their usual style they would smoke nnd two or three corpses. I and shortly afterward assists in stopping ho said again what nn honor It wns, twlbblcd It three or four feet In do for nn enemy battery or two, nnd begun to shiver a little, nnd I wns found lots of dead Turks under plies a rierce charge or the Huns, who are . .. .1 .. . i. I " ., uuiur vya fhnf lnnt'nrl rrnil n na TfiA 7r.i9 nfrnld I would get shell shock, too. .1... I "lm mowed down as they cross No Man's and asked If I had n drink for him. or rock, wncro our guns nnu bnltercu " l.and. I made tho noise worse, but It wns nl So I began to think nbout Murray nnd I had not had nny water nil day, and the wiiIIh of Hip nnnrrips down nn when It came down. "CHAITKIl VIH-8e- nt "Do thnt, you blighter," ho snld nnd rendy nbout ns bnd as It could be. how he looked when they took him to Dlimude wtth I told him so, but he kept on asking them. dispatches, Depew la caught In a Zeppelin for It ull tho same. Some of the TurkWo wero firhtlne-- niinnt this nnrt of faced about and was on his way down nnd n thousand guns more or less off the wnll. Rut thnt did not stop the ikiu, uui csiupca uuriuru ish bombers must hnvo sneaked up tho country ono time when wo snw the read. They had it on the French - would not have made it any harder shivering, so I thought nbout my grandCHAITKtiIX He Is shot throuith the lo slunu- mother nnd how she looked the Inst thlsii In a brush with the Germans and pretty close to our lines, for when I threo motor trucks disappear over the mnn nner ,nnt' Is sent to a hospital, where he quickly looked out of, thu hole toward our side of a hill colnc ncross country. One of our men shouted in the ser- - tlmo I snw her. I wns thinking nbout This I'lillllppo Pierre, of whom I recovers. lines, nnd a shell burst near them, Tho detachment from tho Cassard wns ,inVL' spoken, told me a story nbout gennt's enr thnt the men in line nil end her, I guess, nnd not keeping n very CHAITKK back to sea duly, I could seo u Turk coming toward us. sent over on the run nnd we came two Limey olllcers thnt I hnrdly be- - of us nnd to the right were trying to good lookout, when n mnn rolled over Depew rejoins the Canrd, which makn several triia to the iMrdanellra as a con- We played dead then, but I had my upon the Turks from those trucks nnd Hcved, yet I'hllllppe swore It wns tho give us a message of some kind. The tho edge nnd almost fell on me. He voy. The CmwirJ Is almost battered to buyonct ready for him In ense he hnd severnl others Just after they had got truth. Ho had been In America before sergeant stuck his head above the wns from the other trenches. I cnrrled pieces by the Turkish batteries. seen us and decided to como up to the out and were starting abend on foot. lne war, anu ne said ne nau seen one parapet nnu nnu n iook. nut l stuyea him Into the dugout nnd then went out ho CHAITEIl Cassard takes part hole. Evidently ho had not, for when Wo captured that wholo bunch I do of the offlcers that the story Is nbout where I was the sergeant could see ugnln nnd stood my wntch until the In many hot eiiKuKements In the luemor-sbl- e ho got near the hole he steered to tlio not know how many In for himself nnd me, too, ns far as I relief cnme. Wo were doing r all. They were mnny times In New York. Ualllpall cumpalKn. n snI(1 tllcro were two Limey offl- - was concerned side nnd went nround. shifts reinforcements on their wny to a part ew Is a member of CHAITKIl He shouted nt us thnt the men In Tho other gnrby wns cheerful when of their line thnt we were battering cers E,nK along the rond nrgulng (To be Continued) a landing; party which sees fierce tlKhllnK ho wns not asking for water, but you very hnrd. nnd by ennturinc them wo nbout the German shells which tho tho other trench were trying to signal In the trenches at OalllpolL could seo he was going fast. So we snt helped the Anzacs n great denl, for T"rks were using. One of the offlcers something, but he could not make It CHAPTER XIII. thcywcro ablo to get through for a ""'d t,,e' were no good because they out because the clouds of smoke would Scheme Foiled by Police. did not burst Just nbout that time! roll between them nnd brenk up the big gain. One of the most Ingenious contriLimeys, Amies and Pollus. We held thnt position, though they B snr11 cnme along nnd they picked words. So he laid down ngnln In the vances for taking the risk out of rouOne night, while wo were expecting! rained shells on us so hnrd nil that themselves up quite n distance from bottom of the hole. But nfter a while lette ever brought to the notice of tha on nttnek, tlio word was passed down day and night thnt wo thought they where they hnd been stnnding. An- - he looked over the pnrnpet nnd snw police fell Into the hnnds of the New the lino to linvL' tlit wire cutlers rendy were plnclng n barrage for a raid, nnd ouler sneii wmzzeo uy nnu innuea tint a mnn just lenvlng their trench, evl York department when a rnld was and to use bayonets only for the first stood to arms until nlmost noon the on the side of the rond. The officer dently with n message for us, and he mnde on a rooming house In West part of the attack, for we were to try next duv. Hut our runs trnve bnck walked over, dug It out of the ground, hnd not gone five steps before he wns Sixty-firs- t street It had been Intendshell for shell, aud pounded the Turk-- 1 and took nwny the detonntor nnd fuse blown to pieces, nnd the Ind who fol ed by an exclusive group of Individand take tlio first enemy trench bj to prove thnt they did not explode I lowed him got his, too, so they stopped Ish trenches nnd broko khrnnnel over uals that a certain wealthy mining surprise. Tlio first trench was only Tne on,y thlnc thnt would make trying then. them until they hnd nil they could man wns to hnve n chnnce at winning about eighty yards away. Our big cunt ,ne believe that story Is that Phllllppe And nil tho time the "7Ds" were do to stay In Uiem. CO cents. When the group opened up and at zero wo climbed out they were Limey offlcers. sending theirs to tho Turks not fnr about FInnlly, our guns plnced shell nfter rlerre staged the gambling nppnrntus they and followed the curtain of lire too wmey wouia remem-- j over our heads to 000 yards behind one DUl shell on the enemy's communication hnlf expected that they would win a closely, It (teemed to inc. trenches, nud they could neither bring l,cr sucn nn "nrgument nfter being us, and the howitzers were dropping million of the mining man's money, Hut the bnrrnge stopped too soon, d up reinforcements nor retire. So we knocked galley west by n shell con- - their bits of Iron in every but they foiled to overcome certain as It does sometime!), mid there were went over nnd clenned them out nnd cusslon. I do not doubt thnt a Limey vacant space nnd some thnt were not details. There wns nn electric device 11 could Do done, though, plenty of Turks left. We were half vncant. It wns Just one big ronr nnd nttnebed to the wheel by which the took the trench. Hut then our guns woulu ao lt way across when they saw us, and screech nnd growl all at once, like revolving disk could be brought to hnd to stop becnuso wo were In range, CHAPTER XIV. they began hanging away at us very turning tho whole dog pound loose nn Instnnt stop on any desired numand the Turks brought up reinforce! on n pleco of ment hard. Tfiey pounded at us ns we came mcnts from other pnrts of tho line and ber by the pressure of a button unThe Croix de Guerre. on until we were given the order to wo wito driven bnck after holding The concussions felt llko ono loag police stepped In When we had been on the shore string of boxes on the ear. nnd our der the table. The retire, almost as wo were on them ineir ireiien nil nirernoon. it was through. window for about three weeks we found our- - throats were so dry that lt hurt to mnn wnsa nbout to Just asa the wealthy was left of us. fifty-fiftwhat though, for when they about make plunge and As wo turned und started back the reinforced one pnrt of tho lino some se"es one morning somewnere near swallow, which always makes your confiscated the outfit under the henvlest lire enrs feel better nfter a strong concus- us, Turks rushed out to counter-attacof our troops would brenk through la 1 cvcr experienced. Our guns nnd the slon. One nfter nnother of our boys the first of them busy with bombs. nnother pnrt Then I tripped over something and Thnt night there wns n terrible rnln-- Turks' were nt It full blnst nnd the wns slipping to tho ground nnd digging his fists Into his ears, and tho rest of rolled around n while and then saw storm. I guess It wns really n cloud-'- . nolso wns worso tnnn ueufening. A LOYAL CONGRESSMAN. A section or my compnny wns lying them sat on the pnrnpet Are step with It was I'hllllppe Pierre. Ills left leg burst Wo hud nil tho wuter we out m tt sne11 hoIe ncar the commu- - their hends between their knees nnd was dangling, cloth and flesh and nil wnnted then, nnd more, too. A grcnt President Wilson seems to hnve I Picked Him Up and Started Back. runny men nnd mules wero drowned, nlc"t'on trench with nothing to do their arms wrnpped nround their rather dellnltely settled a much moot tdiot away aud the lei; hanging to the rest of him by a shred. Two or three there In the hole nnd he died. Shortly both of our troops nnd tho Turkish. uut wan ior n sncu to una mem. we hends, ed question by his opposition to the and Our sergennt cnme to me nfter a cnudldncy for of our men who were on their wny afterward the fire slackened u llttlv Trenches were washed In nnd most of were stiff 1,11(1 thirsty nnd uncomfort- of Congress,Me "ml not BleI,t for two nights, while nnd began nctlng Just like back to our trenches tripped over mo ind I got out nnd sturted towurd out tho works rulued. There were several man Siuyiien of Texas, which resulted lu t,lnt tlmo we nttd been under con- - people do nt u show, only ho shouted In Turkish bodies washed into our trench, as I tried to get up, und then it shell thnt gentleman withdrawing from "Hi uru unu nau bioou oji several instead of whispered In ray ear. When the race. Mr. Slayden voted for both exploded near by and I thought I had lines. Hut I remembered nbout tho TAB rt tH ffeAOTAWAMfttllAaB' fill Ik! got It sure, but It wus only tlio rocks other wounded man I hnd passed though whether they were Turkish or rn'dlnR parties nnd smnll attacks from people nro looking at ono show they tho Conscription lllll und the Declara enemy trenches. when I was carrying Phllllppo Pierre, Frimeh nr itrtttsh T ,in nnt tnn thrown up by tlio explosion. nlwnys want to tell you bow good some tion of War, but had n consistent nntt- Finally I was utile to stand up. So so I begun hunting for him, nnd nfter " lloU' no b00Ier Roi useu to tne other show Is, und that was the way preparedness record nnd voted against A few thiys ufter tho ruin stopped the Knhn Amendment substituting the uml wcr" lllk'n ourselves with the sergennt. I slung my rllle over ono shoulder n long time I found him. He wns still I was going nlong tho rond to the BlleI1 "s conifortiible us possible in lt when "You should seo what thev did to selective draft for the volunteer sysnnil got I'hllllppe Pierre up on tin alive. His chest wns nil smnshed In fliirba nt "V" Lonnt. i.nn i other, with his body from the waist und ho wns bndly cut up nround tho examples of the frenklshness of shells. "U,nK Cll,ne " sll,'U of wlmt must lmve us at St. F.lol." he said. "They Just tem In the Conscription Hill. There bus been much discussion ns unu we baptized us with the big fellows. They up hanging over my buck, so that neck und shoulders. I picked him up There was n long string of mules go- - uvl" ulu J"lK J"""s"" to whether n Congressmnn's loyalty or I coiild hold his wounded leg on, und nnd stnrted bnck, but rim Into sorao Ing bnck to tho trenches with wntcr Wlre camped. We had to dig three did not know when to stop. When you war record should be Judged accordstarted back. There was only one or barbed wire nnd hud to go nround. nnd supplies of various kinds. Wo of ,he lmn out' nml though one of see shelling that Is shelling, you will ing to tlio way he voted on the Dectwo of our men left between the I wns pretty tired by this tlmo nnd drew up to one side to let them pass. thcm w"s lm'"y wounded we could not know It. my son." of War and has voted since, "Well, If this Is not shelling, what laration trenches. Our machine guns were at awfully thirsty, nnd I thought If 1 did j Two or three mules uwny from us 6,'",, ,llm lmck to ,hu ll0sl'ltl. In ante-wa- r f,,ct' tl,e 8elnB wus so heavy that tho devil Is it? Are they trying to or whether his opiKisltion to not rest n little bit I could never mnko was nu r It bard und the Turks were tiring and with only ono enr, measures looking to tho military elll- It. I wns so tired nnd nervous thnt nnd thnt very gray, loaded to the gun-- 1 nonc ot U8 1ver expected to como out kid us or ure you, mon vlcux?" which clency bombing at full speed. of the country should be count11 n!,vo- la tt French expression that means ed ngnlnst him. President Wilson apI hud not genu more than two or I did not enro much whether I did wales with bags of water. Ho hud had of was llkt' keeplnR your own something like "old timer." bH' pears lo have answered the question. threo paces when I camu ncross get bnck or not, nnd tho wounded his troubles, thnt old boy, but they tU'nUl " wutch. with the shells tuning jiy son. when you see dugouts wero Just nbout over, for there wns u In line with this viewpoint us to tho another of our men, wounded In sev- gnrby wns gronulng all tho time. r,)r tne dlrKt'- So when I thought tho shells wero llnsh nnd tho next Instnnt you could w"8 '"'Possible to caved In, 'rouds pushed nil over the war tltness of n Congressman the Naeral places and groaning nwuy at n coming pretty thick again I got Into a not seo a thing left of Old Missouri. lls,,," ,0 1,10 UM- - If you kt'1't your map. Kns wrecked, bodies twisted up tional Security Icugue's Congressional great rate. i'lillllppo Pierre was not ,(M1Kth of In knots nnd forty men killed by one 011 11,0 110,80 Campaign Committee hns Just Issued a saying n word, but the other cliup shell hole und lt wns the snme ono no Just vnnlshed. But two of tho mllul 11 wou,tl HI,ut for n,ly 1,1,10 J0Ur eardrums, I shell then you will know you ure chart giving the record of the votes enough for tho two of them. Ono I hnd left not long before. Tho dend wnter bngs were not even touched, did C0U,J 1,0 wns t0 seeing shelling." gnrby wns there Just us I hnd left him. nnd another ono hnd only a llttlo holo "m furo; So n,,l wo of ull tho members of tho House ot wounded man wus all I could manage, The wounded ono wns bleeding ull In lt. There they luy on tho ground, Iny ,ow. ,n ". M,u11 ,lole uml wult for Then one of our men snt up straight Itepresentntlves lu tho with my rllle and pack, over tho rough over, nnd my clotlies were Congresses on tho eight Just soaked Just us though you hnd tnken the mulo something to happen. ognlnst tho purapet nnd stured nt us and Slxty-llftground and tho barbed wire I had tc T,un they begun using shrapnel on nna begun to shako all over, but wo principal preparedness and war measgo through. So I told this fellow, with blood from the threo men, but out from under them. Tho mules next most of nil from him. There wus somo and one of our machlno gunners, could not get him to suy anything or ures, from tho Mctemoro Resolution whoso numo I cannot remember I of my own blood on me, too, for when him, fore nnd nft, were knocked down w,m Kot by tho concussion but unharmed; but "f frmn hl8 k,leps to chungo move. So we knew ho hnd shell shock, to tho Kuhn Amendment Tho Securinover did know him very well thnt 1 I wns knocked down by tho shell my tho third mule behind had ono enr position, had his head taken clean off And another man watched him for u ty U'ugue's committee analyzes the would come buck for him, und went noso bled und kept bleeding for a long cut to shreds, and tho inun behind hi shoulders, und tho rest of 1dm while, nnd then ho began to shuke, clinrt by Individuals nnd by states. It on. I almost fell several times, but time, but, of course, thnt wns nothing him wns badly shot up and stunned. landed near my feet nud squirmed n too. The sergeant said that If we shows that of the 371 men who sut In managed to get through safely and both Congresses only 47 voted right compared to tho bleeding of tho A llttlo farther on it shell had struck Httle, llko n chicken that had Just been stayed there much longer we would on ull eight measures; that 7 voted over our parapet with I'lillllppo others. rolled tho road and plowed a furrow two or killed. It was awful to seo tho body not be tit to repel an nttnek, so he wrong on nil eight, 'SI wrong on seven I'lerre. They started tho lad buck In Tlio worst of nil wus thnt he kept threo feet wide, .mil Just as straight without nny head raovo nround thut ordered us Into the two dugouts we of the tuciiKurcH, 110 wrong on six und a stretcher right uwuy. When I saw gronnlng for witter, nnd It mndo mo wny, unu wo couiu imruiy mnko our-I- t hud mnde In tho hole, nnd only himself 8 wrong on five. him ugulu ho guvo mo u llttlo box us thirstier thnn I hnd been, even. Hut ns un nrrow for three of four ynrds ; ' then turned off ut almost a selves touch It for somo time. Then nnd nnother man stuyed outside on North Dakota heads tho bad record a. souvenir, but I lutvo lost It. there wns not u drop of water any- right angle nnd continued for u ynrd wo rolled It to the other sldo of the watch. list with u pcrcentngo of 70.1 U wrong Tho Turks bud not got very fur with where and I knew there was no use The men In the dugout kept asking vote. Colorado Is a closo second with hole. becauso wo were searching any bodies for llnsks. So or two more before lt burst nnd mndo their counter-attack- , Then, to ono sldo of us, there wns each other when tho bomburdmeut a percentage of 78. ublo to get our barrage going In tlmo wo Just had to stick It out Pretty a big hole. Thnt Turk gunner must Would end, und why we were not reinTheso figures clearly Indlcute that to check them. Hut they were stilt out soon tho wounded man quit gronnlng hnvo put a lot of English on that shell a more violent' explosion tlinu any yet forced, und whut was happening, und there Is decided room for Improvement Ho got somebody's Tho earth spouted up nnd fell on us, la front of their trenches when I and wns quiet, and I know ho was when ho fired sliding Whether tho Tijrks would uttnek us. lt In tho present constitution of Conund sturted back ufter tlio other gurby. going to dlo too. It mndo mo mud to number with that shot, too, and the alongbig clouds of black smoke, Ind pnld pretty high, for there wns tho ground, covered our shell was easy to seo why we were not rein- gress and make an unanswerable arguI was not exactly afraid us I crawled think thnt I hnd not been of any uso forced no body of men could huve ment for thu support of thu National along searching for the other limn, In currylne theso two men nround. blood nround tho hole, not qiilto dry hole und bung there for some time. got to us from the reserve trenches. Security league's campaign for u 100 when wo got to It, Ono of our sergeants, from the regular hut I wus very thirsty und nervous but If I hud gone on with either of trenches were per cent loyal Congress by all patriotCoining nlong tho samr-roawo French Infantry, suld It was a shell The communication for four our burrngo would begin them It would hnvo been Just the sntuo halted to bnck qutto a distance from us und were ic citizens. Irrespective of politics. rri let another convox.of taulfj from a Turkish irinm. again or (ho machine. guiixcjuVUiiisii, srthcE. would haro-jUe- di nnsLprobjiUr XUxi- t- uas- i. trrurst- - onu. The buliered up ntthutwSoU)eofJJlo. men WVa. . nut-clasThe vviininek UI- - I ME Dfc GUERRE wvf Binai Co, TTrwsH SfodJ Amtmmt Wth tw Cnrft Mnhfw AJLrts 'CI' rnciNun CROIX they were playing cricket standing nround on n lawn with paddles In their , hands, hnlf nsleep. Tho Limeys nro cortnlnly cool under fire, though, nnd 1 think thnt hecntiso tho Anzncs did "n well nt Onlllpoll peoplo hnvo not Ktwn enough credit to the Hrltlsh . regulnrs nnd It. N. D.'s, who were there too, nnd did their share of tho work, nnd did It ns well as nny men . could. left there. Pretty soon another man and I relieved the two men who were outside on wntch, nnd ns he went down Into tho dugout the sergeant shouted to us thnt he thought the Turks were nfrnld to nttnek. He nlso ordered one of us to keep n live eye townrd our renr In enso nny of our troops should try to signnl us. When I looked through n little gully nt the top ol the hole, townrd the other trench, nil UA I ILhSHIP CASSARD " Z2 nq pew Jlon j J f,'e dr pew V-- bay-on- et Hls ... ..... XI-T- half-hou- Xll-Dep- ' " Sedd-cI-Hn- k j 1 VTl 11 ' I ' " Sixty-fourt- h h j ' li lt J d Li-rrr- Tui crnoit HILDA WELCH GOES TO FRANCE Novembor 7, 1018 Herca will miss greatly from her church and social circles Miss Hilda Welch, who is soon to sail for France, where sho Is to servo on tho Recreation Corps in tho camps NEWS OF DI5RKA AND VICINITY. GATHERED FROM A and huts of our army. VARIETY OF SOURCES Many d. We bid her families will miss her kind minis trations and her words of cheer and Marion Bower, who has been sympathy in the hour of trouble visiting paronts for the past three and distress. shoeing, lino Iron weeks, returned to Dayton, Ohio, Scicntillo horse workCOLLEGE HOSPITAL NOTES work nnd repairs of nil descriptions last week, where he has been Ulncksmitii Shop, ing. All the patients at the College Bt thn College Mrs. J. A. Sharp and family have Hospital are doing well. Mary Mar- Main Street, north of The Citizen from 'I heir homo on Center cum. Moss Noble, and John Lewis, a'1- - moved Oftlce. Street. Mrs. Sharp and family left who have been very sick with penu-moniTuesday morning for Lexington, are apparently out of danger. We Sell hats and sell them right. Ky., where she will visit Mr. Sliarp's Miss Smith and Miss Weslbcrg, of ad. parents Mrs. Laura Jones. for a few weeks, then reon influJesso Chastecn, of Ilichmoiul, turn to their former homo at the nursing staff, aro out enza caws. There havo been, among week to enter Raleigh, W. Va. ennie to Boron last the student body nnd Faculty, the Vocntional Unit of the S. A. T. C. Wo have tho best lino of child(W0 eases of influenza. Ralph Hiidspcth, of Camp ren's tarns, hats nnd enps In town, about Lieut. Sherman, Chillicothe, Ohio, left last and wo sell them right. Call and bo HOLD YOUR LIBERTY BONDS week for camp, after n day's visit convinced. (ad) Eva Walden Of the many millions of acres of with parents on Chestnut Street. Lloyd Hoskins, who was lino of tailored An Drug public lands tho titlo of which is by the Porter-Moor- e dress and sport hats; best quality Co., has enlisted in the Vocational in the Federal Govcrnnvcnt, the United States owns some 5,000,-00- 0 for least money. Unit of tho S. A. T. C. E"a Walden acres of oil lands. (Ad) Mis3 Elizabeth Logjdon leaves for K. L. Roberts, Superinlendcnt of Washington, I). C, as soon as the A Liberty bond holder is a bond holder of the United States, and it is tho Printing Department, who has influenza has died down. a poor exchange to trade a Liberty been ill with the influenza for sevWanted Good Buttermilk for the eral days, Is able to resume his work College Bakery. Wo pay 12 cents a bond for stock in an oil company of doubtful value. in the ofllce. gallon for good quality. Seo Miss Mr. and Mrs. Howard Maupin and Sperry at Boarding Hall and arrange son, Whitt, of nine Lick, spent last (Ad) DUROC HOGS FOR SALE for same. Friday morning with their daughter Mrs. Bert Coddington returned Five or six hogs, weigli 175 to Mrs. Margaret Rutherand sister, from Portsmouth, Ohio, where she 200 each, in good shape to fatten. ford. was aiding in the care of her niece. Make good killing hogs. Sale at Laura Jones' Miss Lucille Blazer, who died, Levi Lamb, Dreyfus, Ky. tore. Every hat in my big stock Saturday, of influenza. Her sister, (Ad) reduced for 10 days. Cornel Mrs. Chester Parks is still with her Sec those beautiful sailors in best PIANO FOR SALE ns mother at Portsmouth. Many style and latest colors nt A now piano, used ono year, for mourn the death of Miss Eva Waldcn's (Ad) sale at exceptionally low price. Blazer. Several of the Berea boys who Fine finish and beautiful lone. Wo receive each week from tho have been called and have pased styled Nearly 50 per cent discount from fashion centers tho advance the physical examination at Richoriginal price. Call on M. E. in hats. Sec them before you buy. tho mond have enlisted in tho Vocationad. Walden Vaughn, Jackson Street. Eva (Ad) al Unit of the S. A. T. C. at Berea. not scon ofAnnvillo visitors arc Among them are: Samuel Farmer, Henry Combs, Jesse Kinnard, Char- ten enough in Berea. This week WILL TRADE FORD FOR TEAM Or MULES ley Reynolds, Andy Azbill, and wo were glad to have with us Miss For particulars enquire at The Merskcr and Miss Karver, who were Ulysses Wyatt. Walter Van Winkle, an Academy having a vacation from school Citizen Office. a tndont, has enrolled in the College work. They report tho school in prosperous condition. Unit of the S. A. T. C. STRAY STEER Tom Adams, who works in HazAll hats reduced at Laura Jones' Red steer, weighs about 800 lbs., ard, came borne last week and has tnrc. Big stock to bo sold. Come came to my place about October 11. before they are picked over; got been very sick since bo'camc. Owner ran have same by paying for Mrs. Ella M. Burns is making an Ad) your choice. of sister, Mrs. this notice and for taking care Justus Jackson, a member of tho extended visit with her street-MrT. J. Todd, steer. s. S. A. T. C. at Slate College, Lex- 0. H. Felton, on Jackson (ad-1Paint Lick, Ky. Margaret Dizney was in Har ington, Ky., was in town Sunday lan, Ky., last week to seo her visiting parents. brother, Howard, who has been FOR SALE Bryan Arnett ha? enrolled in the verv sick with influenza. Maxwell Car for sale. Good as College Unit of the S. A. T. C. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Robinson have new; will bo sold at a bargain. Call Alberta Norvclle, who is teaching recently moved to their beautiful and see same. Mrs. Nannie Todd, school in Louisville, spent the week- home on Jackson Street. Berea, Ky. end with Miss Ethel Harris on The family of L. P. McWhorlcr Boono Street. are moving to Huntington, W. Va., to join Mr. McWhortcr, who has FOR SALE Perfectly new set of auto chains bungalow with someNew had employment there for sometime. Ford size. $3.00 cash. Wo aro sorry to be losing such good thing over two aero lot for salo or C. S. Knight, Jackson St (Ad) neighbors from our midst. reut. Just outsido city limits, West Boys were very cautious about End Chestnut Street. Mrs. II. L. bothering or misplacing any ColBOONE TAVERN NOTES lege property, Halloween night, beOn October 31, at 1:00 p. m. Miss cause some of tho S. A. T. C. boys Minnie Lake and Roy Gadd were WANTED were on gNard duty. married. Dr. Hunt officiated. Woman to work in Laundry. Eighth Among tho guests at tho Tavern grade education required. For Sale My farm containing 42 acres; good four room cottage barn, this week have been Ray S.SLClair, Inquire Collego Laundry chicken house, etc. About seven of Fort Orglethorpc, Ga.; George acres in meadow; about four or five C. Wilson, Spring Lake, N. J.; Miss i ( acres in woods; rest of farm is all Stella Jones and Miss Clara Cas-lel- li, of Cincinnati, and Miss Clara tillable land. This farm is off Dixie Highway about of milo and about M. Smith, R. N., or Cincinnati. Mr. and Mrs. Spencer will stay at Vh miles from Berea. If interested inquire of John Bales, or sco me at thn Tavern this winter: also Miss Dean and Miss Huff, teachers at tho meat market on Main street. B. F. VanWinklo Graded School. (Ad) LOCAL PAGE Jj Jj God-spee- Best Blacksmithing a, The Federal Reserve System Lee Dirk, Owensboro, Ky. Chairman District 3. United War Work Campaign. ed COMMANDING OFFICER OF BEREA UNIT NOW CAPTAIN Proof that the local S. A. T. C. is proving a success nnd that the manner in which it is being handled is approved by the War Department became known when 1st LicuL Oliver P. M. Squires, the S. A. T. C. Commanding Officer, was notified on November 5th of his appointment as Captain of Infantry, U. S. Army. Captain Squires was a member of has proved itself during our participation in the war. It is difficult to say what banking conditions might have been without it With it they have been stable and responsive to the needs of the situation. You should support a bank which supports the system. Berea National Bank the First Mid-Seas- Officers Training Camp at FL Henjamin Harrison, Ind. After Jno, F. Dean f T Bo-rea- 8) six weeks training he applied for discharge for business reasons. He relumed to LaPorte, Ind., and disposed of his business; reentering tho Second Officers Training Camp. Ho graduated from this camp November 27, 1917, nnd was ordered to report for duty at Camp Sherman, Ohio; being attached to the 332nd Infantry, with which regiment ho remained until May I, 1918, when ho was selected as instructor nnd Company Commander of Co. A, University of Kentucky Training Detachment. Lexington, Ky. His success in securing the two best trained companies at that Unit led to his selection as the commanding officer and acting quartermaster of tho S. A. T. C. Units at Berea College and Eastern Kentucky State Normal. 'Hie S. A. T. C Unit under his command in its organization and development is further along than those of most other schools of the country. The Unit keeps increasing n little each day and its quota will soon be filled up. Tho excellent manner with which ho i handling this new organization, as well as his success in tho past justly mcriU this promotion. ROOM J. W. Herndo Our Clientele Grows! Not Upon Promises, But Upon Performance We are pioneers in DEALERS IN REAL ESTATE Berea, Kentucky We havo for salo sumo modest cottages In IVrca at from $800 to Jl.000; somo better ones at from $1,200 to $1,500; somo elegant houses at from $5,000 to $10,000; somo unimproved laud at $15 to $20 an aero; some butter nt $10 to $50; soma lino farms at from $75 to $150 according to improvements and location; a new lintel in the business portion of the city for sale or rent; ono hundred and eighty acres adjoining the town that wo will cut to suit purchaser and mako easy payments. Come and sco us if you want Renl Kstatc in or around Boroa. Yo will find Dean at Berea Bank and Trust Co. Catch Ucrndon when you can! Dry Cleaning and Dyeing In Business Since 1836 Prompt Deliveries The Teasdale Co. 625-6- 27 Walnut St. Cincinnati - Ohio WE BUY OLD FALSE TEETH We pay from $2 00 to $35.00 per set (broken or not). Wc also pay actual value tor Diamonds, old Gold Silver and Bridge-worSend at once by parrel post and receive cash by return mail. MAZER'S TOOTH SPECIALTY, PhUi.lpkU. P. D.i. X. 2007. 5. SiW Si. ry. SAVE WATER! IMPORTANT NOTICE TO WATER PATRONS TX) meet legitimate domestic require-merits, water must not be used for sprinkling purposes, nor for building operations until further notice. x Douglas Graham, Pembroke, Ky( Chairman District 4. United War Work Campaign. cational standards, but to permit such relaxation as is necessary to Change in Educational Requirements bring the strength of tho corps to For College Section its total authorization. Nashville. Tcnn. An applicant for admission to November 2, 1918 the Students Army Training Corps .Tho War Department ha issued should apply by mail immediately to instructions defining its policy in tho educational institution of his regard to the change in educational choice for detailed information. requirements for admission to tho collegiate section, Studcntn Army Get the Training Corp3. An elTort is being made to keep these units up to authorized strength. Due to tho pressing need for officers in all branches of the service, men aro continually Every Cake being transferred to Officers Training Camps. A new system of recruiting these sections is being worked out, nnd pending its completion, the War Department directs that institutions whero present num ber of inducted men is less than its authorized quota, may certify for induction such students who do not have the prescribed number of units, but whom tho head of tho institution and the commanding officer of the unit, jointly, believe to bo competent to pursue ono of tho pro grams prescribed. Due con3ldera- to such , Hon will be given high school training as applicants havo bad, also to vocational and business experience, to such personal qualifications as aro relevant to tho making of an officer. Tho purpose of tho foregoing arrangement is not to abolish cdu- FOR MORE S. A. T. C. MEN F. L. MOORE'S Jewelry Store FOR GenulneJ7JT First Class Repairing AND Fine Line of Jewelry MAIN ST. SJfn BEREA, KY. The Height of Style and Value in Women's are on display. ... j i mm Visit our store. See and try on some of these CAUTION! Use Water Sparingly Do Not Watte 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 four nice small farms and made into subdivisions as an addition to the city of Berea. I am going to sell this to the highest and best bidder; bids mailed to me at West Point with certified check for at least $100 to know that you mean business. I prefer cash but will cash and the balance five or ten equal pay sell 6 interest payable annually. The title is good ments with as any in the state of Kentucky. Address L. G.CLARK, West Point, Mississippi.(OwBer) U. S., located one-third distinctive, moderately priced IF Kentucky ItH Unrf BlUSJ ufl cholera, ..u WHERE water is used for sprinkling, v' allowed to run, or where water fixtures are not kept in gocd order, the waterworks will exctcise its right to discontinue supply forthwith and without further notice. B. E. BELUE CO. Richmond Berea College In effect Action o( Aut0. 1818. r HOWARD CuiUaJlan E. WAY of Propertiee A 111 ComnnlUe . Phona In ca of trouble TOWN 194, COLLEGE 16 I Dink ol II. Mr rarmer.riere'a a remedy lor hut coolera at U told under a "Legal (iuarantea ltonj." How can you afford to lake ctiancet attaint! hoir cooler when you can set thl remrdy on uch trrinir LBMy GUARANTEED CURE -- 1lhoatrciDlr Dourbon Hog Cholora Homed? opthat wrr-it iKbaMriwiiuaruiu, IIOUWROM tairt O kKMfnV e nth r k .nl-ta- wl n. i 'i .lliwil' u. ; lr'iaaatir.ti,rQraalrr'riitbif' ,,r Al AM ! I.enntlun. Co. 1 wmwi !!. I. v. Hlinldltfl UOUIM I I I I Soli lj Porttr-Hoor- Drop ff November 7, 1918 THE CITIZEN Supplement THE CAPTAIN IIAUTEIIINO DULL AGE IMMORTALITY Ily John Hay Al eve when the hrii'f lg I roil wintry day fnliil-lllcke- H'(I Cleveland Cady Frost 1st Lieutenant, Field Artillery Born, Beren, Ky April 3, 1896 United with Union Church, 1908 Graduated Berea Academy, 1912 Entered Yale as Sophomore 1914, Grad. 1917 Fell with his men at sea, September 30, 1918 By J. Brainerd Thrall In Ilu was a oaptnln horn and bred. iiiu hiude my Urn's r- iiw eliirc, Otnoptiiim of wrinkling fare anil wlilliMiiiit: hnlr f)f I lime Willi, llytlMJ yilllllp, Inherited '11m liiiiiHirlnl yoiillifiiliiosis of the curly dead. I llitnk "f Raphael' prtmil snigneu- rtnl nir; Of Shelley mill Kent, Willi laurel frenh nml ftiir StlllllllK IHIW'ltllPri'll Mil nnrll snored head; Ami miIiImt Imy wliii sniilrln il tnrry prip death Willi sweet lifn rndlniit in their Hi JIH on both was to spend a month in New Hav w.is of colonial New HnKlatul an'l Ktandfatlu'r were graduates of Oberlin. He en training a special battalion. after his fa'luT's uncle, J. Cleveland O.uly, of New York. These men presented him with a Mouse in the early years of his fath- pennant, which he sent home, and Horn in the old er's presidency at Merea he spent part of his childhood at the "La- ;a pair of field glasses that must dies Hall," and had ieat delimit in the new President's House, have gone down with him. He was then given a new set of men to occupied in 11)01. take to France. Survivors testiHe has three elder brothers Stanley, on the New York Tri fy that these men in the few btine, Wesley, with the State Department at Washinuton,(Consul at days they were together became V urn t J h Cork when the I.usitania was sunk), and Norman, on the Faculty of College, Nashville. His one sister, Iidith, Merea, 1917, is deeply attached to him. Em- I'eabody barking at some Southern port with her parents. 'lie touched at New York, saw his brother Stanley, and dropped The year of his father's illness, 1909 10, when the family was his last letter home. in Ktinland and he had constant association with his parents, The Ticonderoga, formerly the German steamship Camilla was a great joy and benefit to him, as well as brief summers at Riskmers, was a freighter heavily loaded (5,000 tons of horses) Chautauqua and in Michigan. He made long mountain trips with with 125 men under Frost's command. Her engines seemed to K'ev. Chas. Spurgeon Knight in I91.J, and with his mdther in 1911. have been defective so that she dropped behind the convoy and He loved the beauty of the mountains and the people of the mounwas attacked by a submarine. From the meager accounts of the mountain tains, and has personal friends in scores of Navy and a letter from a surviving soldier, Jas. D. Sumner, to his homes. These trips aie relerted to in a sketchy article of his in wife at Cross Anchor, S. C, we gather that the vessel was put in a Tlw Outlook- for April 2:t, 1917. sinking condition at once (6:20 a.m. Sept. 30) and her wireless He was an ardent student, and ardent in student affairs, and telegraph apparatus shot away. One of the first shots killed Lieut. early showed marked intellectual and literary aptitudes. He ex- Frost who was standing on the upper deck. He was hit in the pected to devote his life to some work for the Mountain region, breast, died immediately, and his face in death wore a smile. and his father counted up in him for two or three years as his The commander of the vessel seems to have gotten sailors special secretary and helper in some definite projects. and soldiers into life boats in good order. This should have saved , where he them for by the laws of civilized warfare men in unarmed boats He entered the sophomore year at Yale in friends, and renewed acquaintance with Kastern above others have the right to surrender and be paroled. But made many relatives. Here he joined the Yale Mattery of Field Artillery, and the German commander determined to kill all and leave no trace. The boats and men were shot to pieces with shrapnel at short spent the summer of 19H) in training camp at Tobyhanna. the next commencement he was assigned to Ft. Benjamin range. One boat was commanded to approach, questioned, and tied to Harrison, and received his degree there, and later his commission. But the le was for some months at Camp Funston, and then at Camp Jack- the submarine so it would be sunk when it submerged. son where his parents visited nun just before he sailed. His work rope broke and this boatload of men were picked up after drifting in at Camp Funston was that of an instructor, and his last service a starved condition for four days and so lived to tell the tale. I, nut rinrlii Tin' ilri'nniK iM'lirilll'K eye, nT love iijmui llieir , lll4 Itnrtvrifipr itull nge fur himiiuinlity Tln'ir itii'iimrii' ImiIiI in death's mi l stdi's, his w ti nam f.itlu-- r 1 ilt yielding Iff youth IIihI Ihrillwl (linlll In the Illlger-tlpS. years Though yet a boy, he was a man In soul, Led older men and held them in control, In danger stood erect and iptellcd their fears. When death calls such a captain, he hut hears A 'twere a distant bugle ami thu roll Of far-o- ll drums. Wo wrong him ir wo toll The mournful hell. Oivo him our cheers, not tears I Through deadly scorch of battle llamo ami gas, Through iron hail and burst or shrapnel shell, smiling as when we played at intuitu wars, He was our loader. Is it, then, not well To llcroa Frionds Iteren. October M, Mi'itr Ht'rrn 1UH i" That he should load before us to the star-- ? Stand at attention! Lei his bravo soul pass! From an Army Comrade (5th Reg., F. A. It. D., Camp Zach-ai- friend: Ik- U Though il inn) I run tvtik a lung tnm; l'i . , you face lo fact-o- f i thin terrible liiHir, I wnnl sou t know that your love nml yiiipathy are a solace. I ran mi' In you what I have written to a distant dear one: I Imvo for preparing hail two year this storm. The anchor- - arc holding, but llii' wave dash and roar ami weop over thu deck of Hi'' tlll'IC is a lull, tllll boat. SlillM'tlllH-it y Taylor, Ky. 1U18. October dear Dr. Frost: I have reason to believe I was the clo-efriend of your boy in the Army. Wo were in training camp together, same battery at Fort Meiijamiu and later, Harrison; though in dilTerent regiments, were together practically in all our leisure moments at very Camp Funston. 'The intimacy sweet to me was continued at Camp .lackson, and our paths separated only when he went to .New Haven ami I was transferred to this Camp. Mut I continued the close friendship with Clove through letters; and jut before he sailed, I had a most joyous word from him. I give you these details only that you may know I would not intrude in this time of your sorrow except to share your gr.ef and, I trust, sonio measure or solemn pride lluit the dear boy gave his life (w the dearest country Mid noblest cause that ever commauikd the all or men or vision and courage. The friendship of Clove and myself was peculiar in that ha ivuj younger than my own son who is in the army oveiseas. Your hoy attracted me at tiie Haining camp, and, so to speak, wo "adopted" eace other. Ho was the cleanest boy I ever knew, and his line ideals and gifts for companionship made me love him as a son or younger brother. He was absolutely unreserved with me, and 1 shall always cherish the visions ho gave mo or his aspiring young -- mil. He talked to me often of you, of his mother, or his brother, and always his thought and dee I were such a to make me proud ot him and to wish that he and my son might be friends. You will uudersiand, am sure, that in writing, I mu not extending conventional condolence hul only seeking to let you know that in life and in death Clevo reached to tho heights. May 1 ask that you symMrs. Fro-- t or my heart-fe- lt pathy. Yours sincerely, Charles Dobbs, 1st. Lieut. F. A. Commanding 1st. Mu. tith Reg. tr My st far-of- f moment all. I lati-i- ' thu billows submerge - Mill kimw tin- - storm Mill i'cne, the pint Hull' h" Will rillllie, t ! pi'in-i- l 'iiKiiii'ft bi'tfin moving. I ilu not1 .loulil Hint when the issues uf this war are settled ttliil civilization Uke oiiii- I to the airs f heaven, tin'! 191-1- ureal stride forward, I shall xpei H'lu'i' a ufp J" that I hue ii privileged to "drink of this I Iium' nei';' ill all my life, e- -' ii pt foi rare iiiul licet i ; g moments,1 a I n utile to make immortality reality. If I could picture Cleveland in all the ardor ami hu aney of his youth pursuing oinc lonvenly Kiwi, I coulil bIioui lor joy . I i'i... He-for- e I iih Death, where u thy sling!' li m' o h realization is in store m Coming of Ago than it did a year ago. 'The studies lluijinniiKj at Yale, 1914 i, thai pieii-iii- wail l.ual", mil raiiie In llie over the tele- - Pear Mother: New York City, August I, 1UI5 are more integrally absorbing. rings III l.olie flolll Nou limit know, lather, how know leu tunes as many men. 'rniir letter came tin- - iiioininu.aiul my Il and in) ears continually. appreciate in'arij maile hid very much indeed, it tile maple lene MHilihHils, w ll, for lire. A- - it Selections From His Letters I I waking i-m lo have HWllkelieil me. Iteailitm In- - ilear letter is the only that wall -IIiimk that silence They are alie, "ml always will he. I'luiMiuh them his spirit touches it. mine anil lileH-.eAmi because he liiw-i- l this place o paioiialcly, men ami women nnl I'hiMreii, hlaek ami white, yes ami the ery itoti- - ami mules oil the ilreels I know he WtHthl not llllllil if I thareil ihhim' part of these letter with iu who have Known Mini These o ell him iroiii halt) IiirmI. lelter were Wl'lltell iluiilim llis three year at Yale ami ime year in iiimp. They were limit letter, e, lilletl with ileseriplioiiA of pnueuiit., iiKMe, iinisli'nl enleitaiiiineiili. leitun. emi"ii ami the interpretatiiius of professors ami luileuU. Kilt I hae nelei'te-- l for the most part those passage Thene v. Iiirh reeal hi ileeper n'lf. 1. Iter w ill take Hie place of a form-t- il memorial wrxice. Let me thank you for the letter.-i.iou have poem ami llowers -- 1'iit. l won hi nut liino liclicwil that they slnaihl ilu o much. Vour friemt, Uleanni' I'l'ost Id t liall-i.'ninhI ami while I was lung row of trees on eeiiig the Cane Pike, ami looking at i he Hauling InllMiles of Cow hell me. Hollow, a motor almo-- t ran lose m poie; oer I am (Hi the trail of two more I Horse owner, ami will get work can. lAer since I lii'tsnu leeiluiK iug ami collecting laoiHlry in Keren, a faorite motto ol mine hns heeii. ".Make your recrea- tiiHi pay." If I fan get congenial, out-ili- with them if work to pay for my room-ren- t, it will make uie feel Iota bet- ter. I'o of a song which won the prize some ,ear ago for the he- -l Yale song. II is real I) great, I think, ami of the Yale I am heginiiing to knou ami love. father 1 am scmling the words This w ill be a pretty hard Clin-t-m- a fur all of u. hut then, none of ii liase harelip! and, bettor yet, w love each other ami are oiil separated by mile. Ami aren't yt vihul that I'm not in the trencho III Itl'lgllllll? M.ivid Starr Inst here iiuwiy .lonleii lectured among and week, HiinU From a Soulier's Mother made, till one seemed especially HnilgeiMirl, Cuiin.. Oct. ::, IUIH telling. The picked half million of Imi M al Yale came under your Knglaml is in the ranks. (Kford ii)ililar inslnictiun. lie U)M and Cniuhriiluo ate running but vi n uie your son was I lit- - lict military ball strength. The nmitnlits aiming knew. The Yale hoy college men i twice as great a man lie oeil linn. Tlies ailmtreil In- isinii. If the among men of alUiinuieiit ami noble ami lolly die in battle, who military pei'niiiil i In tfivrt gi nig to be the lather ol' the striking that In eer won-ilerl- leer wot-liipp- chirm anil character. 1'nlil I I or hi ilealh, iliil not !t"W' he wim your on. I lir.il -- ceii him for and really more There his ap- ili'MiImn paid to scholarship than a moment, ami iimcrtum peal In I he Yule hoys. there is in Heron. Wholbor or imt it I in all cae spontaneous i" After He ipietiiinahle, hul eery fellow has From His Yale Room-niat- o to study ami study hard. There i Had Gono to Ft. llenj. Harrison truth ery little sympathy for a fellow I can write with who Hunk in a recitation; and thai, with the exception of know-nno help gien. there i one man in the -- in'li a Close. He A fellow Is expii'li'd to nmku kihnI man aholutely clean, limit!, a hanl mi what be himself knows; ami llie i rmle- - show, where follow are very ipiick In milieu and workor a hi at Yale only "went tlrop of hloml" murmur agninst a windy concealalios e II. In peaking ment nf ignorance. Tbo twicber I roiliice mark have to toll him to slop. ii i to some cIumhiuiIi', today, diiit't ol ilu not Kimw a hail thiug The ery nlniopliei' u Hie rtiuiu one anl: "I I havu uuvur that, i'iiii In' Hihl nbnul Cluvo." Tim puts an uml lo it. studied mi hard in my lifu. we re eipmlly emplialii". others ivml general inn? net jut I re-pe- el pu-ih- ly riiicrily, ly all-iim- -- Mr. Hanson's Death glory in the fellow hip you and I .New Haven, Conn., .Nov. II, ttH.1 have bad together ami bow much I 'The news of .Mr. Hanson's death is roxol eer chance to bo with you tbo sailde-- t that has come to me for now that I am coming of age. a long time. ""The old guard dies I am glad but never The Yalo Battery thai he did not outlive his youth .New Ilasen, Cmui., Oct. 7, KUIi. and strength, lint Merea will never A Yale Artillery Mattery is being seem the same without him. He was orgaiiied, and I hae applied for a link with the past that was very membership. II will be a branch of precious. And he is a dear old man. llie regular militia and exerything--guii- -, I love him. It jiisl happens thai we olllcers--- w hor-o- s, uniform-- , have been reading "In Meinuriam" supplied by the liovernmenl. in cla-- s this week, and this death ol ill be e, A- will my Iriond gave the poem double inam under twenty-onhae to send my papers lo father terest. It ha- - been my idea for hi signature. I hope he will that grief at the death of a give hi- - consent, and, if I interpret near friend is purely selllsh, that bun rightly. I believe he will. I "wo should not wear hlaek for the hall write to him at that time, guests of dod." And yet 1 know will, of course, render me that such reasoning cannot withliable to call for service at any- stand Iho storms of great grief. Hul time, within or without the borders Teiiiiynn's best seems to show when of the country, but if there is a need, he says .My regret I will not be sorry to go. .Nor lihune death, because ho bare would bo much greater if the need 'The use of virtue out of earth: hoiild llud me unprepared or I know transplanted human worth In go. Will bloom to prollt, otherwhere. I w under what the next llfly years wars and I'or thi- - alone on Death I wreak will see. Will thee 'The wrath that garners in my rumors of war- - encircle u'.' And is heart; it right to tight? I believe so, hut Ho put our lives so far apart there i (iodwin with his query, We cannot hoar each other speak. "U hat magic is there in the pronoun 'my' that should make men 'The frank, manly, recognition a beat?" Hut nieliipliy.-le- s that, despite philosophy, wrath dooi am con meed that Ameriaido, gather make hi attitude sweet and ca -- land for groat principles and human. that they aro worth lighting for. i I write to mother I ".very word It really does seem wrong that I written In you, lather, and I feel -- bould have so much when othei your love in her letters lo uie. have o little, hut ill the end shall return it all. Hut wouldn't it ho Drydou Phelps, Harold Mroodiug. awful if anything should happen to Hoy are mooting in my me, spiritually, menially, or physia week for cally, (o incapacitate mo for duo t m several day llihle reading and prayer before serv ice? brenkfa!. They are follows who College Reading represent money, labor, seholur--lu- p When Matthew Arnold died, and nthlctirs hero in Yale, said, "I'm sorry for him. ami all of them are Christian I'm annul ho won't like Oml." Hut gentlemen. after reading Arnold's "Literature have been more homesick this and Dogma." I fool that those men year. Ion. It's hind tu --ay why. but didn't understand each other and I really guess it's the living alone. that both of them will like Ood. I I have nwulo the room as suggestive really must learn something about a mi ihle of home, hul there is no theology, though, for I was perfectone bore when I come in al night, ly astounded when Mr. lingers told or wake up in the morning, except me that when Arnold published his Iho pictures of you and father over "Literature ami Dogma" (which Leo's Kiuih on the wall, huld tu bo eminently a Christian the ile-the liiiiiiespun on tbo uourh. Milt bixik1. ninny pwplu eoiksidured Uml Ytdo menus' infinitely inui'u tu mo ho hud nut only ea-- t Gliriatiunlty -1 1 -1 ng ie aside but also all religion. I would really like to have your and father's opinion on the book. It strikes mo as being peculiarly sane and attacking superstition and intolerance in Catholic and l'rotest-ati- t alike and holding up an ideal or Ond a an "Kternal Power which work for righteousness" and the Mihle as the chief source of righteous, inspiration. lo, 'The problem of government is one of increasing interest to me, especially since the present war will have a groat inllueuce on the government ot the future. 'The exhilaration of taking studios of keen personal interest is still upon me. Somehow it never occurred to me before this year that school and I could over be really interested in the same things. School had always seemed to me a vicarious good, to be tolerated because of its discipline and information alone. ...... -1 Now Haven, Conn., Feb. 10, 11)10 work is fascinating even ii Heine is interesting and I exult in all of il and reel that I am getFrom Wm. A. Bradley ting a great deal out or it. I wish might get more, hul tho wish that '; port frifml nxi guiitr refer rttl l is for larger capacity, not higher in teller "A h'srot erv," mi ne.t fuge. grade. One of tho fallows I most admire, and who is more and more Washington, D. C, Oct. 21, 1018. becoming a friend, never aks for Dear Mr. Frost: his grades at all. lie works to suit I have just learned from Miss hi own slandaiils of excellence. stougblon of your tragic loss and My standards aro not so compelling mine. I had somewhat lost sight a they should bo, so I still watch of Cleveland the past row months, , but am working towards my mark-owing to the erratic mails and My Oor-ma1 1 bis attitude. l.oi-oiiri- Slov-eiL-- on 1 1 k, Dr. Robertson's Visit to Yale It will bo loss than a year before I am of ago and olllcially a man. II is rather a scaring thought, but I am mighty glad lo have had those year here of bo lero baud. Of course there is no lolling what might not have happened, hut I reel that I am much hotter prepared to stand on my own Toot after those years hero than I would be if I bad spent (hem in Merea or even in Oberlin. 'The absolute into which I sunk hero did mo worlds of good, for I see now that I was rather a prig in Merofi. And, a I lold "Daddy" yoslordiiy, I never would have learned how to work had I utayed there much long er. I might havu developed into an save where slilut unlnwV jtdly-fU- li conveiilurtuillly supplied a baokhouo. (CentlnueJ on Neil Pigt) our mutual absorption in matters pertaining to our now profession; but ho was, as I think you know, very dear to me, and was always much in my Hints. Ho was such a faithful and all'eclioualo young friend. It would have been hard enough to have him go over sons without saying goodbye. .Now i hall not see him again. 1 can still carcely bolievo it is true. Mut I have said enough fur this time. I do not wish to obtrude my grief upon you and his mother. I have thought it might comfort you both a little to know what your boy, by lersoii not only or his ehnrming boyishness, tint of his early maturing mind ami high, serious outlook in life, could menu to a mail so much older than hinistiir. WHJi diMpt sympathy, 1 am Very I wily yours, Win, A. Mmi(i!uy --- i Supidomcnl Struaoles Hut tlio point at issue was im portant to mo only us it served as llu' tfst for a still greater inllitile. l greater issue whether or not I .1111 still holding to the ideal of absolutely devoted serico to u great cause. I am ore still in the furnace. I don't know yet into whul mold will ho cast, hut 1 resolve to ho of absolutely the llnest mettle and tux hire possihlu, so that there may he no Haws in the easting. Unit is my ami, for which I am working harder than I hao eer worked before for aii thing. I am still not so whole hearted as 1 wish I were, am still needing much, much wisdom ami Miii ciity, hut that is my working basis, and 1 am doing my best to maintain it and strengthen it. 1 am aiming more and mure to acinose .itisolutu uuscllishiiess and it is a hard light, for I am very selllsh. Hie very elementary iiuestion ot laziness is still somewhat of a prob1 THE CITIZKN lloliiinn Hunts picture of Christ knocking at the door was my inspi ration, but 1 saw only tlio barren uour of selllsliuess. v lule 1 was unking, a while Inced mile of a gin, wild glorious ncii red hair, like us came in anil sat down beside .Mrs. 1. tlio wile of "Hill, Hie lieau hen 1 got tlirougii ol Hie .Mission. interrupted Hill, who win .Mrs. I utiout to give Hie invitatiun, by saving mat .Miss M would sing lor us. sue had a sweet voice, lull and rich, and she Ming of the love of Jesus, of His yearning over us, or His euger readiness to help us m every way. Vou know Hie song, "Does 11 lilted in tno other .lesii-- i Care? naif of tlio picture, and comforted and southed. It laced mo with an aspect of Christ winch 1 had wholl ignored, it was natural that I siiouid have done so, 1 suppose, bin t could have wept at having missed it lor so long. In tlio tierceuess ami desperation of my struggle, in ni conviction that 1 and 1 aione was responsible, 1 had wholly missed (Jurist the helper. November 7, I0IH wiileful, lIM'-- so IT criminal. And yet l' II I lives are set. and we must live them to the fullest, in hopes that Ihey mnv pave the way for nobler liv- nig in the future. The whole Hung -ems like a dream. I cannot bo- lieve that we shall ever go to war. read the papers, hear the talk, work for mv e.Hi.misM.in- -w rite tuis lette- r- and' vet it does not seem that IHo will not go on the same, the college year may not move on regularlv to commence- -' menu that summer 'may not come out as planned, that next year may not Lo working at homo with' wonder. Those1 v.m ami hither. are diivs to make one prtij . 1 1 ii... I.,.. 111." Itllll i. in I.. 3 III .1111111 v.ii I'd now i .1.. in., ,. v.im f.niiiii iiturvihiiit, nut- ning well and m gooil condition. I d just liko to hug the whole place. mv evo to be at home that you and spring are there.! lem. lint 1 am doing my best to over- come my spiritual and mental dishonesty, to see things straight, tor I belies o that 1 have it in me to do fcood serweo to the world, surely so much lovo and ell'ort and blessing would not have been showered nputi mo to no end. These things are evidences to me of services and obligations held in store for me somewhere. And the only reason still live and still keep up and increase the light is that i may llud and be absorbed by this purpose la tune to let my services in some measure balance my obligations. M only moral asset, the only thing that 1 can contribute now, is m good intention. All else is given me. Jlut that goud intention is my only anchor. If 1 lose faith m that there 11 be no excuse for my taking up space any longer. 1 cannot believe that God will sutler audi waste, lor, 1 say it with all humility, He has supplied my good intention with a splendid equipment friends, home, family tradition, tn vel, education, work, a good body, v. fair brain, raid a developing spirit. I doubt if 1 ever do great things. 1 am by no means an kind ol genius. Hut what I have 1 intend to use to the best advuutauo. 1 Mott's Meetings think of you at home again and all day yesterday, while it was snowing steadily heie, 1 kept picturing your arrival everything from grinning (Jeorge asking for yout checks, Edith's dive for you, to .Melissa bridling and smiling in the front hall. In a way it has been almost like coming home myself. The .Mott meetings have been successful. 1 believe 1 wrote you of his topics; The Demand for Leadership, The Greatest Handicap (sin,, Why students Uelieve, and The Way to Power. .Mr. Mott's personality was the most important element, for ho developed these four heads in a familiar and orthodox manner adding very little new save himself. Ho is a commanding llgure. 'Tall, d, conlldent. heavy, He is the type one would expect as a bank president, or captain of typical American. And so particularly adapted to appeal to his audience hero an audience which is too apt and desirous to regard strength and virility as the monopolized attributes of business and worldy success, relegating to religion the more insipid and negative virtues. But the sight of this powerful, successful, rather coldblooded man, with his Phi Heta Kappa key and evident brains was very impressive, and ho held largo audiences for all of the four nights. He urged nothing new, nothing that wo had never heard before, but ho urged it so emphatically, so reasonably, so conlldently that we were forced to think that after all ho is right. Ho rather followed Well's philosophy, urging religion and virtue, not as things of value poise, hut as the sma qua non of a truly honost and elllciont life. ' ' ' 11 is perplexing how one gets twisted aiuoiig different ideals and ideas; how 1 confused personal good inten-tiiii- is and real efforts with real Christianity. My awaking last year was not to any sense of Christ's power and love, hut rathor to tlio necessity of working out my own salvation. It is good to bushy-eyebrowe- The New Haven Mission The nioit important event of the week was a solo at the Mission hut Friday night. I hud led the Mission, taking my ouo from the fact that we ourselves aro responsible for the evil in the world; tliut wo 8top tlio Kingdom of God by our own hardness of heart and luvo of ovll, that we lot our vvorset solves stand in the way of (Mir highest best, that wo stand in our own light anil so block the light or others. It was rather a crude, luirsli, uueoiiipro-iiusiu- g talk, wholly pitHo and just. .is nn Ollicer lliiven. Aunt CI. l'Jl 7 organized this af- Tho Lniversit ternoon for military training, and, tne.v ha., greatlv to mv siirpri-.- ', Sex Your comments on sex pleased me aiq.oiuted me llrst sergeant of thu have spent greatly. It is good to have tuis lun- - fourth platoon. daiiieiital aspect ol our lives treated of tho evening studying up my as a legitimate and respectable mat. u me occup.e.1. v.... .s.ums ter. 1 can see nothing in it to he to : u, u i. w .. . ii.i.iiiiihiiub !i CAMP LITE ii.ili.ttn- ,.ii. .mite " Iir.iniiilll III ashamed of, except vicious abuse, mine lor some Uliie, men you win hi e. II is tile best wa, tlH'iigh, . Tort Benjamin Harrison 1 ' the am convinced, is ' I""'-and that, '"f llinL I uiu uL Uisl inovilii: to ul leal I feel that it is lor me. Hut A feeling ot utter llniteness and m i,iu niu-- is scheduled. result of criminal ignorance. 01 wards the goal uf alt uur hearts. It Wlu jM. thinking of oii and rath-othto know what impotence is growing on me. The course it is hard a long tune to make soldiers Hi Wood's lleviow Horses vvundoriul tako tin us. we were out on a prac- an, f tiiL. man methods to adopt, but they, will be to take their place oil the llrmg Hue. became tnuigs ou have given to me - or the Yesleiduy (ieneial YVd himself lice march, 1 suddenl out. worked our (.oloiiel, as line a soldier as Arllllel u mean to me. aware of niself as but one of tho wouderlul things ever stepped, likens our career lo reviewed ami inpected tile Coach and it was a very impres- countless million of oiing men who,! The New Haven Toot-ba- ll mat of a great intuicuin- - it takes . ui iB.iijt- - "i .ii.- Last Christinas Letter team showed up in Irom beginning of time, have gone Uur foot-bu- ll p i'liil nl llltl'il Hint illi.UII eeil- - ne jii i ihl i. 1 don't suppose they Camp, Cnristmus .Night, HM7 lei mi the march is quite a pr- line shape in cstordu's game with out to kill. ble work before we ere til lo make and theie whs an evulUiul if, L. people you're Willi who our debut upon the stage ol the u -- nun, wno beat us last year, end- liked killing any better than I do, or I ..........I. II,.. ' "i ing with the phenomenal score of 01-- i. thai they were any less certain of iL poignancy to Christmas. The world's greatest war. The tiring .i...:n' i the righteotisiie-- s ot their causo Ihuu llUy uls i,i ,t.t.H lacking in good Hue is the apex of our career as inns looking win a ii"" We phived the last half with t0 eat. I ve eaten far too soldiers until we reach it, mid do I hen lo see hiU of the long column second and third team men. Mr. I am. Hut we are all swept alon:--, ( mn Linhree ascribes the dilferonces to involuntaiil, inevitably, hulploJsly ,iieii, a dinner at the lkittery which our part uh!, wu are mere amat- showing on some distant hurion or tho new head coach, Tad Jones, moving to our appointed destiny, violated every principle of Hoover-o.- ir eur-, not lit lo he culled soldi, rs. moving slowly down some dellle only option is as to whether or ,,ni) a, nibbling at various to the broad meadow where we were whom he characterizes as "almost drawn up in iuhss formation. Someevangelical in his goodness." When nut we will play the game like men. boxes of candy and fowl, my own Only the True Lovo how, (hi" horses gave a wonderful in college, he was almost ostracized, The game that vvo are to plav, and and other fellows. The only church. Hut have had a dazzling glimpse elTeel. I wouldn't like to serve in despite his marvellous skill as a it- - conditions, are determined for us. ,.,j,e on the grounds were Masses, player, because of his having said I siippo-- e that is all we have a right ,,mi i (.t, to High Muss with my ,,f w tint great love ecu mean to a i( brunch of the army winch has no There wero sport, man, and am saving my best for inre. that he praed before going into u to ask for the opportunity to light t busting, steer roping, etc (but time. It may never come, but nl and on tho Held. .Now he is gamely in whatever situation we are tame, Tonight the hills are alive with b at I will not spend in self on half- in full control of the team and the placed but sometimes it seems a Mother's Day old school of hard drinkers and loose though the cards are stacked against lirevvorks, but it is lucking in es- - god", or goddesses. Importunate as Toinorrow is Mother's Day and i ll. us. lllll lli.vn.i.T il nil uoe ill a ni'i Hie I'liiinoUI'lllux of Voulll. ..nl livers are sitting buck to see what nyou in time, hut life tune. I saved your box until to- - nauseated at the way so many ot this will -l reach he will make of it. .. . no a win- - ..uii m it went the chaps here are answering them, i wi A Discovery day. and ever tiling impotent in the presence of such am more and more convinced that A Second Crisis Hradlev's book did more for me straight to my heurt the holly, the because words went so ruUle, utely healthy lteally, this week has been mo- than rnrrv me away from camp. persimmon, the hickory nuU, th t no fellowship is a I and all and .vet I hope ..u can understand, noriiml unless it includes mentous. In tho llrst place, Hie It gave ino'a glimpse at anothoiida i mnly, the ixiUuilur, tho verse. Thanksgiving at Lebanon with of the men here. Alter reading it, ..ed them all for themselves and three aspects or life -- pure spirit, ' think ..u do. Tete.jram for him for the dear people they came from, pure mind, pure hod. lather was in itself delightful. The I took it down to 11. "' fe'rajitude on Mothers same as 1 to look it over. The fellows in that And Ihe cuke vvr.s hailed with uni- - . joy of the visit was the N,,,,r think we understand ''" However, alwavs feel in going back thore; the end of the barracks crowded around ei sal delight. the day was stabbing with each other. I feel with you that homely people, the delicious to see what was up, and a few re- kind, itut A Soldier's Choice country atmosphere, the comforting inaine.l to talk. One chap, who live loneliness, i ached to be with those nolhime hut greal love can make T. lt. Prov. It. O. T. C. Hatlery before had been telling a I love. My diary is a great re- - macy of any sort worth while, and sense of stability, genuineness and A. It. D. llh Itegimenl, going lo liazard the iwssi- welcome; hut going there with particularly vicious anecdote, dug ioiire. My second year of it is just inn not Camp Juckou, s. C, out and it i very interesting i.dilies of gieat love by spending my- father made it a sacred pilgrimage, mto his wallet ami pulled out a elo.-in-g September I, 1118 a holy rite. It was exulting and new paper clipping or Alan sjeegnr's and heartening to live over again . If thuimhtlely. And meanwhile, will Ik-- put to doim; .lunl what I "I have a rendezvous with death i previous year lit a nut-shewonderful. And out or that delight rui going to be as little ot a monk when the It. O. T. C. lottery is brokAt some disputed barricade," There were a good many gaps in the and hermit a- - possible, was shaped my willing acquiescence en up is still uncertain, hut have "ur, but I huvea't missed a in father's desire that I should and read it in a silence ot iuostiirt That's one little reason to woiry. , a liar-Ma- y all tin- - year. And its valuo wilt work with him m Huron next year. peculiar quality. M Tlio American Army advantage of being a soldier. The I came to have a sense of my duty, merea-- e as new records are added vard '18 mail, quoted Hrookes ft Sometimes it seems to me that lieu jolt is always piauueii imii aim should die, think only this ot mo." The people who move in and out of and a lifting wish to do it. these new drafts are veritable erosSjuH i .j orders. Maw t,, , After that the tension dropped, but .mil along with my life, the valuing se. li.His of Amern aii lire. I I Hici do ask us to state our tllt jhe 'Thursday 1 feel that it was truly a memorable moment, events and -- dilutions and condi-- 1 After lust day I had an interesting experience. ,r,.f,.n. asked, for my llrst am having to learn over and over lion- - au.l purposes of my existence, I had the battery send over an or- -' failures to see clearly and act rightchoice, to be assigned to some ly will not bo so common. It is again that there is something line the movements from place to place, to do some work for me iuji,,.r Sou know they queer how a single event can crys-taliz- and tender in every person. Tlio the achievements and failures, the my riHiin, and, as it was done on lirt. f,,riiiin several new ones right precipitate into something crossness and deliberate, cynical ob- exultation and chagrins it - n his own tune, I paid bun, according ,,ow. 'That is my ideal way of gelling tangible, tho nebulous and evasive scenity among the men m this camp a I thing lo keep. I am very glad to custom, lie took the uioiie) aim ii. War lo sturl in with a new ideas that previously floated iinpo-tent- ly has nauseated niu heond all for- to have stinted it. This hook wid thanked me, saluted and wenl out. bunch of men, grow up Willi it i.ill, mill Iwiilllv. I mer disgusts, and this incident was ......ii. in one's mind. Of course The following Sunday I was drivinn ihroiiKh its transformation from a , ; , do not presume to infallibility, but reallv a lite saving event fur ine. fourth birthdays. And as I look at i n go i ein oi in Willi WIM. nil I .. ,iiiii- ill , . mr bunch to a Buttery, ami then my shall ho greatly disappointed in It sent mo to far sounder and the blank space for Ihe years to t uni overseas and fiuht with it. I or roi.i, tiiio we iiii-- non writ-fmv self if the mistakes of my heart sweeter ""lumber than 1 hud enjoyed e. nie. I won.ler what will be driving a Pierce-Arrowilh u second choice, I asked for lliunedl-al- e Tor the savour ten in them, how many of the things iil'I.V are not fewer in proportion to the ninny a of eM.lelltl.V wealth people. overseas service. If I call get mistakes of my head. I believe that of it disinfected the ribaldry which iuhI ideas and plan- - and hopes and We -- aw them auaiu at dinner tha. across sometime this fall, ko to is less i always the last sound in our ears. people who occupy ine now will niu-h-t both aro wrong. Hut one at the hotel, and the Captain school tins Winter al Samur or vicious than the other. 'This is all The decent ehnps go to sleep itixl (ill be with me when the book told me that the chap's income tax I oiilaiuhleau, and then he ready for tap- -, unless the ihu-lielife a wonderful I can write now. things don't Other In'l quiet after more than equals a major's pa .,.v .,. at the front next spring. of tho rest keep thin;:? uh, I am lud that ou ami seeni to matter much, anil we must jukes and hur-'hlHut i.u can uover tell who or what They -- a that the liermalis Will he futher pave il to me, and am thank- - you talk about this. It is my second them awake. are running into, I am geltinu driven out ol France, ami possibly ing fill that it has been so over-lloerNis. down here out of It.'lgium before Winter sets a new fatigue eil thinu- -. and that now ;with Life at Camp Funston school, and his predecessor-a- ii in. mid that the fresh American .Nothing I have a chance to turn il nil to a at the LAST DAYS AT COLLEGE, 1917 Don't worry about me. baseball pla.ver troops will he used for the invasion Union Church can happen that won't be for the ureal purp u tells me (hat Ihe new man is a of lieriiiiiny. Til like lo cross the Unou and rather with I am ilclermiued (o make that' And I love I admit o more and more our best. graduate, and was a practicing Itlnue wilh a I tatter, of American all my heart. ion Church in Hcrea. It supplies the Ml. lawyer in civilian life. It is very Artillery. Thai sounds rather need for fellowship in certain to keep all these things in niind, f,H,, IM do suiisiitional, but corTHOUGHTS OT 1916 I often think of that pleasant phases of aspiration, and yet doos and yet, all men must look alike to;vumt to be more than a n The School of Tiro to people's consciences. ner room of mine and wish that not dictate oilier. He must use them all for M1,(. s,,,ier in the war. 'The work in the School of I'ire I am coming to bo glad for tho were living in it a.'uui. And I thiiiU concentration than the best of the service. or soul desolation which of the friendly, patient things wait- - q 'in- - ureal tonus .wept over mo when I llrst cnino up nig there for mo to use then) again. anything I have ever been up Last Lettor Dropped in Now York To Work With I'athor euro or my books they aro aainst. II is mostly mathematical, here. 'They wero terrifying and I do wish that I might ho work uur ilcpnrturu from laud was I am all my ye.imc- uha-tland reuowinu hut they gavo mo the as- mv most urecioiis nossossioii. j hither this year. .ut si m( a littlu harbor tug, but Tin salieted with army life, though try and trigonometry as one formula surance that iny soul is my own, to lor the iiisiuht iiilo his plans JUBt the same it gavo mo quito a is developed and has miiko or destroy, and now I am coinIhe traiiiiir--' hero is very worth after another l,i,'l' it would pive (brill. It was a dry I hud b i ing to feel that thoro aro other while. Ami I've other work to do as to he remembered. 'The French ar- iniportant-bu- t for the, ,v n,jr for for a long tune. makout or lillery doesn't even luke Kiiclid for llmt than pormnal reasons Hir my so.hi as this incidental job is When you read hi tho papers next wranled, mid every proposition i miht mhi him. He is Ihe great-- ( ing tho most or it. 'The flod in mo II, way. llll,M I""'" ,"k,1' known, and I month that so many more thousands goil-lidemonstrated be..re using it as a Tor us possible must h as 1,1,1 k""w lllm '"'"''''i or American soldiers have heen for the calculation or tiring the sake or tho God in my fellows. 'This training tolls. I grontly ""' h.r his altitudes, the lauded hi France, I and my handful siraight-rwiir- d, priiolloul.diiUi. mire the ,,,,""'s "r l,ls Mw' or men w ill bo pai t or thai number. way In which it takes what it wants This Wasteful War I am inllnilely glad or I ho chance To a Colored Friend great pity that this ami can uo or everything and ruth. It seems a for foreign serviceI'd rather ho an Army Teachimj From a letter to Miss Mary Mur- It is, ly necessity for war should sidetrack discards This hist week has been a very overseas lieutenant than a domestic so many more constructive interests, of coire, only the old distinction rill, a young colurml woiiinn who and wealth whioli between puro and applied sciences, lived in Iho family when (Uovolaml strenuous one for me, because the eapliiiu. Nol Unit it makeg any Hint energy in the .N'uuromltul dill'erence to tho service. I'd it is so obvious liere as lo al- - wu a little boy. She is now Super- - Senior Instructor should go towards building up should linvo to be expended on olour-in- g tract my siweinl allentiuiL In thi inU'iulent or the lied Cross Saul- - SclmoJ was ordered to South Carol - probably bo or just ns much value nu, and I hud to lake his place, with in Camp Jackson as in Sauiiir, hut away. And it's such a foolish liiite or war the accretions or piping lariiim, UniUville. a green assistant. Tho work wo aro il niakos a big soiilimoiitiil diiror- .lanuiiry 27, 1UIB. to ho the tinw r iwnre aro shuighed oir and inuihiHl. Hut it seems It was mighty good or you t0 write doing Tor theo noncoms is nxill enco In nio. only ouu that umi he used in some the spirit uf Uio army Is revealed as l.ifu is wundurrtilly rowaiding a vwy nlml, Intelligent, ouepgelle. lo iw. Yon know, In those days iniporlniil, and uim has lo put all hi ens, niul wo aro Involved. 'Tin whole thing Is so stupid, sxi foreo. Tho llrsl lliruo vulumua of when ovoryllilnb' hut tho past isl energy inhj il. 'Tho nonooins arolllioso duys. First Annoiiitmcnt Ninv ' 1 ,t '.,, army, and I'J ur Artillery Drill Itogulutions deal uncertain, memories become doubly the backbone of the i.,..io.o..iiiii,j nf. viirvieu. precious. And you are one of the rather leach them than an olllrers ...it. ii... .....v ...til .11. leaaiitosl memories I have, bo - training camp, because I know thai mm quad and driver drill, care ol care of cause I don't know of any one who the"!' chap' will be going right back equipment, training and mputaliiHi of llnng data, win humor ami more loveiy man in ine ranks ami ...... h..ri- when you lived with usheir men. And I found Unit I dr. Now we are petting into tho you were to endure for hours tho prow n a bit rusty mi American dr i' f"urlh volume and it deals with and mod ' a bprinciples of leadership, ndmiiils- - Iscrapos and dreams of "tho schemer." regulation, after four months I Mud it very hard to realize that sorption with the Trench inelh.Hi, or1 trntmn, lactic, strategy. It is one . had to study very hard m f age and supposed to bo n and the inoM remarkable honks I have I a then man. There seems to bo a poronni- - order to put the material in learha-possih..er read. And every now and me i.It- - shape. Teiiehing has "over in streak there slimes out through the line, al which stays that age while the rest prided to me ns a lire work, but in or an evalted spirit me goes through the motions or th army one has to do just what the I hut and snrrillee which is eliiln-(- f orders. And I v w 81,10 ,,f l "mf'v- - 'm '"Sll!r rating, ''"f? I 1110 unreal. My made good enough to he cumin coins rantintio and elf. a- - Senior Instructor for the next realities aro in my Most Lonesome Christinas I see very little of the negro troops curse. W toieiuti ..Hirers spoke, ovorv baptism ot here, as they aro quartered in a one of them luit had his camp, hut I Mellon ami Miss Child wrote me lire, ami Ihe brought a very vivid iliM'crcnl section of the which of I he bittuetield homo to hear enthusiastic reports as to their the two birthday letters oieiure progress and adaptability to army eoiiiiled the mint of those coming M . curiosity is quite aroused. t:i i .,.,i at' life. Nou are tho symbol, In my irom outside of the family. They nn :mv i I l,r "'hut they can become, anil .,ro very dear people, ami it is heurt- . . i. in.-ol killing otner ... seems to me that the brains cap- - "iy memories ol you mnh0 mo icei emiig 10 ieei we uneelioii. r .rnnimi: the marvel which that they aro my brothers. ..I ''he llv e- - ear-ol- d streak wants lo ...iHim-iwar has come lo bo oiiKiiil Growinu Up Mi.i.. I., una m i...tt..e wiiv uf aeL - h- H.v 'with a bushel and a peck and1 h..w tin. I.usiiies ..f growing Hut thej haveii'i, a hug around the nock." lUng dillerences. I here are so You aro doing groat work, Mnry.j op is rather tr.vmg. lst learn litfo to kill peo- so i r n. sn. ,un things to decide r.n- - one s sell. - I wi'h ymi the very pie as elllciently and rapidly as po ."t Unit I d have it any other wnv, It is belter Hum tho onl t ,,i,u.. lJ J alternative open to us. Ihis ; v, , la ,.e n,y must lonesome curistnas, J jf ((im. -- i' -I lo ap-ju- st "' llvo-year-- 1 ie i ' J .u. "" ..,.. i.t er "ide, 1 e-- "' -- L.Mii-ta- ut 1 -- 1 "ms - - ' 1 '' -- -- 1 ll. 1 1 Ar-der- ly e, ,i l or nii-'h- t. -- .l. : er w r-eaiit bl.-i.- c.d-leg- a.l 1 I stay-at--a- : y, '' ine-alth- 1 k.' '', ( ' le-s- vi-h- ul 4 Novcmlicr 7, 1018 THE CITIZEN Pago Five Why Yoa Should Cite Twice What You Did Before The government has fixed the sum needed for the care of the men In the service. Unless Americans give twice n much ns ever before our soldiers, sailors nnd marines In 10111 may not enjoy their .1,000 recreation buildings 1,000 miles of movie ma 11 FARM LOANS Long Terms, Cheap Rates, Easy and Attractive , "ALL FAITHS" DAY IN BIG WAR WORK DRIVE On Sunday, November 10, Churehet of Every Denomination: In Kentucky Will Hold Special Services. "All Faiths Dny" will be observed In Kentucky Sunday, November 10, when Protestant nnd Cutliollc, Jew and Gen- J SMART PEOPLE BUY DRY GOODSJAND NOTIONS FROM Payments with privilege of paying all or any part of loan at any time. Make application to 0 OWEN McKEE THERE IS A REASON RICHMOND KENTUCKY THE SILENT SOLDIER There Is scarcely a dock of Franco John F. Dean Cashier of Beren Bank & Trust Co. In kllU ...III J.FIII III .Till The Citizen A family Newspaper for all ' St . front lino where things nro mighty active. Wo aro paying an uwful I'uMUhnleoerr Thuradajr t llarra, Kr. price, but wo havo them on the run. I rode over yesterday seven kilome13 EKE A PUBLISHING CO. (Incorporated) ters of land llllcd with mines, shell WM. C. FROST, r holes and wire entanglements which for four years tho Huns havo occuSubscription Rates pied till four days ngo. There were l'AYAM.K IN ADVANCE II.M On. Yrr 1.0(H) men rebuilding roads and M HI I Months fr bridges which the Huns had blown tianity. Thrva Months or Klprrss Monty up while retreating. I was In ono UrnJ morirv br ll-ol!lJust what ench of the seven organiOnJrr. Draft. KmUtrrrJ letter, or ona anl two of their dugouts sixty feel under zations Is doing for the morale not rent stamps. Tha data after your nam on label shows in ground and connected by tunnel only of the soldiers, but the sevcntl what date your suliatriiitlon Is i.ald. If It is not r hanged within three weeks after renewal notify with u concealed great gun. They millions of women and girls who nre ua. In munition plants In this working ML.lnr numtera will Im itla.Hr sui.iill.vl If wa had evidently expected to stay inara notifled. definitely as they had rooms fitted country nnd in France nnd for other Wen to any who obtain new subLiberal terms scriptions for us. Any one serxlinic us four yearly up with pianos and all tho comforts women workers In tile Industrial centers, will be set forth. subarrHillons ran reeeWe T.i Citixen free for on year. which our men aro now enjoying. Ministers, priests, pastors, prelates, Adt.rtUInK rates on application. Forty pianos were left behind, be- rabbis and other religious leaders of sides guns and all sorts of plunder. every sect and denomination will bo PEACE WILL NOT END WAR Ilodeheaver and I with Dr. White represented on the platform on thnt WORK AGENCIES nro making a dny. The "Victory Hoys" and "Vicof San Francisco Must Continue to Look After the round of nil our work up hero and tory Girls" will be reached through Schools. Welfare of America's righting pulling all tho sunshine into this the Sundayafternoon of the same day, On the Hen horror of which wo arc capable. Wo New York, .Nov. 0. Willi llio open- were in a hospital yesterday where Sunday, November 10, n rally will be In every precinct In Kentucky at ing dny of tho United War Work 100 men lay wailing to bo moved to held the activities of thtf sevenigrent which one week distant, the rear. Hroken legs, faces shot organizations of the United War Work Campaign, but confidence nnd optimism prevail at away, arms and bodies torn by Campaign will be set forth by speaknational and local headquarters in shrapnel. A .number had been in ers who nre qualified to tell the story New York City which, under tho Hilly Sunday's meetings and asked of the work. At night on the same day United leadership of Dr. John II. Mott and "Rodu" to play on his trombone, Wnr Work be John I). Rockefeller, Jr., has taken on which he always carries. Ho played held In everyCnmpnlgn In rallies willwlin county the state tho task of raising at least 35,000,-00- 0, "HriBhten the Corners Where Youi two speakers at each roily who will which will constitute tho largest Are." You should havo heard them tell of the far reaching effect of the quoin in the country for any ono join in the chorus. Talk about work of the seven agencies. oily, it is believed. These county rallies will be held in nerve! In counties sent Secretary Haker's ringing speech Just outside in a trench thrco ench countytowns nnd good size awhere rally of there at tho huge mass meeting in Madi- feel wide we buried thirty-nin- o at will beare held In each town. son Square fiarden, Sunday, when ono time, olllccrs and privates side Kvery'mnn, woman in and Jews by side, all just wrapped in blankets Kentucky will he made nnd childwith Catholics, Protestants familiar heartily joined in tho great task, no box of course. "Ilody" sang, the wonderful story of the work of the has gone far to dispel an existing ' My Jesus, I Love Thee." Tho whole seven organizations on "All Faiths Illusion ns to the work of tho seven song will forever have a new mean- Day." agencies represented in tho drive ing for me. In camps nnd cantonments In the licoming unnecessary should peace We wrote our names on some nnd are ensue. The secretary stated that ho nine inch shells and had the privi- United Stntcs nnd overseas there con812 libraries branches with lege did not know when tho war of pulling tho string, and over taining more than .1,000,000 books and fiertnany would end, hut asserted: they went. I hopo they went into 5,000.000 copies of periodicals. There "Tho war for salvation of young tho Huns' palace. nre 25b additional libraries on the American manhood has only Just Whom should I run into way up ships of our lighting fleets and nnd the number should begun, and it is going to keep up." here but the two Sweeny girls whom This means, that so long as there is you may havo met in our home. be vastly increased. Is The American Li one of the seven brary Association an American soldier, sailor or Miss Mnry Sweeny is Kentucky Stnto organizations In the United War Work-marine nnroati or in tuc iiomo camps superintendent of Homo Economics. Campaign, and Its quota will be deWar Work agencies ,fre S,1(J WM surroun,led by 200 voted to supplying our soldier boys the Unit must maintain their present v'lal hoys running to her big pot of choc-olat- o and munition workers with books and activities. and she laughing away as tho periodicals. A great work. wero ono big holiday. I tell you it Concentrsxed Clews. it takes nerve to bo so close to tho occupy this morning. Wo witnessed persons Interested In the study real business. Last night tho can- - an air piano fight yesterday just For , , Ul lllJKtrr I'llllin inn irr- iiikiiij n.inr. of our planes up a continuous thunder-nove- ls over us. Twenty-eig- ht mended any of the best circulating'"0" W In P. shelling 8 kilometers of ground chasing four German planes, a mar In the nubile library. Huffalo which tho infantry have gone in to velous sight. Kxpr.s. Mighty rough living here compared with Berea, sleeping in rat Economy Through Quality and cooty infected barns and wash ing in the stream. I took a real balh this morning hot water in my frying pan but I thrive on it. Haven't had a bed now for ten days but glad to share, tho hardships which our boys must endure to inako America safe. I am mighty proud of our Y.M.CA. when I see tho real FOOTWEAR job she is putting over in enter EXTRAORDINARY tainmcnt, religious and canteen work, here in tho midst of tho battle. As I writo my hut hero quivers with tho roar and blast of guns. Thank God for tho privilege of having a part in it all. Lovo to all. Howard E. Taylor and1 rough weather wear, this For c 1,5-1- that true, ami interesting ia right MR. TAYLOR AT THE FRONT My Dear Dr. nnd Mrs. Cowley: Well, hero I nm way up on tho nnd Ideals of Cnmpitlgn, the week of November It to 18. Tho Y. M. O. A., the Y. W. C. A., the National Catholic War Council, the Jewish Welfare Hoard, the War Cam, Community Service, the American Library Association and the Salvation Army, have at the request of President Wilson, united for one groat drive The appeal of these seven orgnnlr.it Hons Is not to one element alone for they collectively represent nil religious creeds and fitlths united In a mighty work for the welfare of our soldiers nt home nnd overseas. There Is no narrow dividing line In the great work, no religious differences but nil arc bound together In one sublime faith, one great belief that In unity there Is strength and In unltv there Is ubio the real spirit of Chris- .!... ....I. ,1... the United War Work IU1III 1IIC UIIIII stage stars 2,000 nthletlc directors l!,ri00 libraries supplying 100 .'.OOO.OOO books iT hostess' bouses 15,000 "Hlg Hrother" see-- without hardy American stevadoro gangs; hardly a' highway unacquainted with the rumble of tho truck, the whiz of tho automobile, or tho chug of the motorcycle; not a railroad without Yankee brake-me- n, engineers and conductors; not a shop without representatives of "Amcx" industry. Tliis vast organization is known ns tho Service of Supplies. the forerunner of our fighting forces; tho toboggan by which they have slid into recognition. It is tho foreign representative of American indus- j try. Each man in the personnel of tho S. 0. S. was chosen for thi3 branch of tho Service because his experience best filled him for the silent rather than tho spectacular. Ho Ho wears no wound chevron. bears no Distinguished Service Cross. Hut he works a minimum of ten hours a day for lx days and often seven days a week. Inclement weather admits of no leniency. His work is never done. Unlike the Vilago Blacksmith, Each morning sees some task begun, No evening sees it close. Tho furrow Is tho same, tho path beaten, the woods dense, the sky cloudy, the landscape blurred: The Victory Hoys' Division of the Wnr Work Campaign, with the nntlonal slogan, "A Million Hoys Behind u Million Fighters," nnd the Victory Girls' Division, under the slogan, "Kvery Girl Pulling Kor Victory," means tjmt, while there nre a million boys nnd a million girls In the United Stntes behind two million lighters, In Kentucky there are 30,000 boys behind 30,000 fighters working heart nnd soul for the success of the drive and 30,000 Maternal Instinct. Among the lowest members of the girls pulling for Victory with all their monkey tribe little maternal affection might nnd main. These Victory Hoys nnd Victory Is demonstrated, while with the generality of monkeys, nnd especlnlly with Girls form the "enrn and give" dithe higher apes, the female displays vision. The nppeal to the boy and the utmost tenderness townrd her girl to enrn and give $5, to make n personal sacrifice for the soldier who Is young. The maternal Instinct developed early In the monkey stuge of our making the supreme sucrlllce for the boys nnd girls nt home. evolution. The unit of gift, ?5, will give comfort nnd cheer furnished by the seven organizations, the Y. M. C. A., the Y. W. C. A., the Nntlonal Catholic War Council, tlie Jewish Welfare Hoard, the War Camp Community Service, the American Library Association and the Salvation Army, to a soldier for a United week. Each Victory Girl will enrn her $5, nnd give it to the United War Work Campaign, to provide cheer and comfort for an American soldier, nnd the thought thnt she is contributing to the comfort of one of t le khaki lads will Inspire her to pull the harder for the man whose service star Is on the (lag. A successful essny contest for the Vk-tor- y Hoys and Victory Girls Is Just closing In Kentucky, In which prises will be given to the winners. Yet ho rides on the wings of anticipation and is buoyed by hope, for ho has not forgotten tho homo tics. Amcricansl Do not minimize tho importance of the work of tho Service of Supplies! Mothersl Fathers I Relatives I Brothers I Sisters I Friends! bestir yourselves to tho cxpeclatio'ns of your chargo across tho sea; to the ono who toils day after day at monotonous work in n strange environment. Last night ho was sad because of that neglected letter; today ho Is mado happy7 by mo memories which cluster 'round such inspirations as oven a post mark. You will nover again havo so unique an opportunity to express your thoughts of appreciation and love. The conflict is fast drawing to a close. A word from homo never tasted so sweet to him. Wag. L. L. Fenwick, Hdqrs. 10th Reg. Transportation Corps, A. P. 0. 708, Amer. E. F., France. is no horizon. there retnrles Millions of dollars of home comforts Give to maintain the morale that Is winning the war now, VICTORY BOYS AND GIRLS ARE ENLISTED Call For 30,000 Boys and 30,000 Girls In Kentucky To Earn and Give Five Dollars Each. No Mystery in Meat Some things are so simple that they have to be explained again and again. When things are obvious, people keep looking for mysteries behind them. So it is with the packing iness. The mere size of Swift & Company confuses many. Because their imaginations are not geared up tcscale, they believe there must be magic in it somewhere some weird power. Swift & Company is just like any other manufacturing business run by human beings like yourself; it takes in raw material on the one hand and turns out a finished product on the other. Swift & Company keeps down the "spread," or the expense absorbed between raw and finished material, to as low a figure as possible. (If it didn't it would be put out of business by others who do.) How much Swift & Company pays for the raw material, and how much it gets for the finished product, depends Company does not control. It depends entirely upon how much people want the finished product, and NOTED SPEAKERS TO TALK OF WAR WORK Every Section of Kentucky Will Be Visited During the United Welfare Drive For Large Sum. The Nettleton "Ardsley" storm very much favored Nettleton model lends itself naturally to reproduction in a great many styles and materials. upon conditions which Swift & In Shell Cordovan or dark Tan Viking Calfskin two leathers hest suited to hard rugged wear the Ardsley makes up into an ideal winter hoot, with no suggestion of weight or clumsiness. ALL CHRISTMAS PRESENTS SENT TO SOLDIERS "OVERSEAS" by their friends must bo sent thru Red Cross Chapters. Each Ameri- -- will not These leathers polish extremely well break or crack under the most severe strain and the raw hide middle sole as shown in the illusand tration makes the bottom impervious to water. Every man should have a shoe of this kind, and we recommend to wise buyers the Ardsley as described in this advernon-absorbe- nt tisement. J. M. COYLE & CO. Chestnut Street Aucnt for . can soldier overseas lias rccoived from his commanding ofllccr ono Christmas parcel label, which ho will mail homo. Recipients of these labels will tako them to tho committee in charge, and obtain a mailing box. Parcel) will only bo accepted in. tho boxes furnished by tho Red Cross Chapters. No parcel will bo mailed by tho postoflico .ftcr Novembor 15th. For fuller details seo tho com mitteo in ohargo. Committeo in Charge: L. C. Adams Mrs. John Welch Mrs. Scott McOuire Thousands ef Ants In Hill. An ttui hill two feet In heleht con tains about 03,000 ants, according to the observations and counting, extending over two years, curried out by u naturalist. well-know- how much raw material there is available to make it from. The profits of Swift & Company amount to less than one cent per pound, lees than on all meats and of a cent on beef. one-fourt- h Harrlay. Other prominent speakers will be Dr, W A. Gnnfleld, president of Centre College, Danville; Illshop Charles E. Woodcock and Dr. Charles W. Welch, The United War Work Campaign will be well put before the people of Kentucky In the couutles, cities and towns by word of mouth as well as n through the newspapers, by the speakers In the state, who have enthusiastically consented to give their time towards furthering the Interest of the drive. Prominent speakers from every corner of the state will deliver addresses, not only In their own towns, but will travel through the state to tell story of the work of the Y. M. C. A., the Y. W. C A., the Natlonnl Catholic War Council, the Jewish Welfare Hoard, the War Camp Community Service, the American Library Association, and the Salvation Army. These speakers will outline the activities of the seven organizations that "arm our boys with the morale that wins battles" and will carry the word of the Inestimable good of the work to every man, woman and child in Kentucky It Is possible to reach. Among the notnble speakers who will be heard In various parts of the state in the interest of the United War Work Campaign are three Kentucky Congressmen, who have been overseas and have witnessed at first hand the good done by the seven agencies Swa-ge- r Sherley, David Klncheloe and n best-knowAl-vl- Keep Your Pledge Make Good for Our Fighting Men BUY WAR SAVINGS STAMPS of Louisville; Dr. Frank L. McVey, president of Lexlngtou University; Dr. John II. Patterson, president of the University of Louisville; the Rev. B. L. Powell, Louisville; Dr. E. Y. Mulllns, Louisville; Father Fitzgerald, of Owcnsboro; Father Toia Iluys, of Howling Green; Rabbi Joseph Kauch, Louisville; C. A. Tevebaugb, United War Work Campaign Director for Kentucky; Judge Mutt O'Doherty, Louisville; Edward J. McDennott, Louisville; Frank Daugherty, of Bar John Tyler, of Paducah; Gen. Hennett II. Young, I II. Callahan, Joseph Selllgiuan, Hen S. Washer, n; Berea, Kentucky Shoes the World's Finest Swift RT3 & Company, U.S. A. Nkttleton Men's J. II. Judah, ltabbl Jacob J. Glttle-ina- n, all of I.oulaTllle; Max Ii. Nahm, of Howling Green; Theodore Ievey, of Owensboro; Moses Kaufman, of Lexington ; Judge Samuel J. Holdrlck, and the Hev. Itlchard UcCrvudy, lira. Pago Six ' Investigator TUB ClTIZRN November 7, 1918 MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Kobert F. Spcnce, Farm Demonstrator and Special ABLE TO BE OUT AfJAIN Ito SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE 1st Door HOME DEPARTMENT Conducted by Miss Margaret Dlzncy, Director of Home Science TWO MESSAGES FROM THE FOOD ADMINISTRATION Wo havo reached a request from the French Government lhal wo allow them to export from trio United Again the County Agent is ablo to out nnd do business with tho farmers nnd in tho ofllcc. After sixteen days of confinement with Influenza and thinking of tho wnr, peace talk nnd other phases of tho war, also of our duties as farmers, I liavo como lo Iho conclusion that wo have a big Job ahead of us for 1019. It doesn't mako any difforenco ns i0 the farm productions, whether peaco comes soon or late. Wc havo ourselves (o feed and lo help support tho allies, and, in addition to this, if peace comes soon, or when it docs come, we aro going lo havo lo help feed more Germnns than wo aro now. It is a fact that wo havo lo keep our German prisoners alivo and when peaco is declared and war shall bo no more, thcro will bo a great demand for our farm products. In thinking this matter over and looking over my territory, I offer the following suggestions, hoping that they will help us in peace or war: Iho barn nnd oxposcd to the winter rains. Where- manuro is exposed lo tho weather in this way, Iho most valuablo part of fertilizer constituents is carried away to tho streams and lost lo tho farm. When the manuro is removed from Iho stalls, it should bo placed in a covered shed or pit and packed down so as lo prevent leaching nnd healing, or It should bo spread upon tho Holds whore it can bo plowed in Immediately or applied as a lop dressing for grasses. Savo tho manuro nnd by doing so you savo tho fertilizer bill next spring. of Berea's Vocational Schools nionoy-carnlng Training that adtls to your general education. power, combined with FOR YOUNG MEN Agriculture, Carpentry, Bricklaying, Printing, Commerce and Telegraphy. FOR YOUNG LADIES Homo Science, Dressmaking, Cooking, Nursing, Stenography and Typewriting. 2nd Door Berea's Foundation School Fall and Winter Plowing winter and fall plowing as possible. Every aero that is plowed now means thnt much saved in time nnd labor next spring. We are lose busy this fall than wo will bo next spring. Fall plowing permits tho fields to take up tho winter rains and gives a good storage supply of moisture for noxt year's crops. All sod land should bo plowed Ibis fall as far ns possible. Do ns much General Education for thoso not far advanced, combined with soma vocational training. No matter what your present advancement, wo can put you with others liko yourself and givo chance for most rapid improvement. 3rd Door Berea's English Academy Course For those who are not expecting to teach and who are not going thru College and desire more general education. It also gives the best general education for thoso who wish a good atari in study and expect to carry it on by themselves. 4th Door Berea's Normal School Save Everything Cull the Live Stock and Poultry The next few weoks constitutes Look over tho live slock and poul- tho harvest season for more field hry nnd select thoso to keep for crops in this sction of tho country, breeding purposes next year. Culls It becomes our patriotic duty this should bo cither marketed or fat- year to savo everything. Harvest tcned for local consumption. The all tho grain and utilizo all forage cost of feed is loo great this year crops. As soon ns tho grain and to bo consumed by unthrifty ani- other crops aro removed from the mala. Savo all of tho nico Ithodo field, nrrango to turn In tho live Island Red pullets for breeding slock so as to consumo everything purposes. Rhode Island Red eggs of value. Soy beans, peas nnd somo will bo In great demand next spring other crops would bo injured by for hatching purposes at a good freezing, therefore it will bo sav- price. ing for hogs to pick up the wasted County Agents beans and peas. There arc 2,300 county agents in Savo Seed For Next Tear tho United States representing moro Too much emphasis cannot bo than eighty per cent of the agriplaced on tho importanco of field cultural counties and ninty-scve- n selection of seed corn. Every far- per cent of tho agriculture. Your state college of agriculture mer shoud get in to his field before the crop is harvested and select has a division of extension which with a federal departfrom desirable types of plants several times as many cars as ho ex- ment of agriculture in extension pects to need for seed next year. work in agriculture and in homo These ears should be placed in a dry economics. Are you using it to find and well ventilated storage placo out how it can help you? Write to your county agent or tho departand protected from mice nnd rats. It being too Iato now lo go to the ment of extension at tho college. field and select corn, tho next best way is to select as the corn is being UNITED STATES FOOD ADMINIShusked, pick out tho best cars and TRATION VIEWS put them in a place where it will Hon. Herbert Hoover in recently not freeze, protected from tho rats discussing the live stock situation, and mice. We should keep in mind when tho work of the International the scarcity of seed corn in 1918. Exposition was referred to, exSeed for next year's crop of soy pressed himself in part as follows: beans and cow peas should also bo "I am very glad indeed to com saved and stored in a dry placo. mend the efforts of tho International Look after tho supply of garden Live Stock Exposition at Chicago to seed for next year's planting. These stimulate and improve tho produc seeds may be scarco another year, lion of live stock in this country. and a littlo work on our part at "It must bo tho desire of every thi3 time will savo us worry and American to seo our herds mainalso help us financially. tained and improved, for not only have we an enormous burden to carProtect Machinery ry in furnishing food during the The cost of machinery and im- war, but after peaco has come this plements is considerably increasing.! burden will be oven greater if tho Prcparo now to protect tho farm world is to recover from tho enorimplements and machinery from exmous destruction of animab without posure during tho coming winter. oven greater human hardship than As far as possible tho implements at present should be placed under a dry shed. 'Tho Exposition with nil its col Wood work should bo painted and lateral work naturally becomes a all oxposcd, iron and steel parls great Food Training Camp, and in should bo cither painted or covered so doing is performing a great scrv. with grease or oil lo prevent rust- ice to Iho country." ing. It is very important that wo This year's exposition will bo should caro for our farm imple- slagcd on n grander scale than any ments and havo them ready for of its predecessors and the dates are uso next spring and summer, when November 30th to December 7th. tho lime comes lo uso them. Tho hoes nnd pardon rakes and garden CINCINNATI MARKETS. plows nnd other garden implement', Hay and Grain. as well as farm machinery, should Com No. 1! white $i..Vp l.M. No. 3 be taken in tho dry, cleaned up, put white $l.ljjf l.M, No. 'Z yellow $M& in repair so as lo bo ready for use 1.4.1. No. a yellow $1.:1.10, No. mixed !fl.:Wijil.40. No. Jl mixed Sl.IiOj? In early spring. white enr $ 1. 10 I.Ki, yellow ear l.:!0rl.:s."i, mixed ear $l.'JTii)l.:!0. Lay in Supply of Tuel Sound Hay rangTho earfy fall monlhs is tho time ed from $10 toTimothy, per ton,clover, 12.50. Sound lo lay in a supply of fuel. Where mixed mid sound clover wood is used lako tho old and deNew Outs No. U white 71H"-- c, caying trees and prcparo them for Ktiiuilard us in the houso and kitchen. Wo- 70Vi7le, white 1!71 Cf 71 lie No. II white No. mixed G7fjOSc, No. 3 men will agree that slovo wood is mixed (iO&TOc. ono of tho scarco articles for winter Dutter Eggs and Poultry. lime. This being so, lots of slovo Hutter Whole milk creamery extras wood should bo cut nnd put In the SO Ho, centralized creamery extras f8c, dry. Green tmbor cut this tlmo of firsts Kk Eggs year will season morn or less so as dinary Prime lirsts 57c, firsts 57c, orIlils rl'c. to savo considerable worry nndj Live Poultry Springer, over 2 lbs, trouble in making fires during cold 22c; under 2 Ihs, 20c j fowls, n Ihs and winlor months. Where conl Is used over, 2(ic, do, under 1 Ihs, 23c; roosttho supply should bo stored up now ers, 20c. Live Stock. while it can bo had on tho markot Cattle Shippers $1201!!, butcher steers extra I!.5081 l.&O, good to Save the Manure choice Sll.Wi:t, common to fair There are millions or dollars lost Su.noCHO.AO, heifers, extra $11012, good to choice $!).r0i? 10.75, common to nnnually in tho United Stales fulr $L50fj, cows, oxiru fU.no 01O.AO. of careless handling most nt Culves- - Kxtru S17.25 17.50, fulr to fertilizer on the farm. Tho good $1317, common nnd large $00 tlmo Is approaching when much of 11!. tho llvo stock will bo kept in barns Hogo Selected heavy shlppera nnd sheds moro or loss of tho time. $17.50, good to choice packers and butchers $17.50, medium $17017.50, Preparations should bo inado to take Ntngs $10013.25, common to choice caro of all manuro lhal accumu- heavy fat sows $11015, light shippers lates during tho housing season. $1081050, pigs (110 lbs uud less) $10 To,) often manuro Is pitched out 011. K. so im-ta- This gives tho best training for thoso who expect to leach. Courses are so arranged that young people can teach through the summer and fall and attend school through the winter and spring, thus earning money to keep right on in their courses of study. Read Dinsmoro's great book, "How to Teach a District School." 5th Door Berea's Preparatory Academy Course This is the straight road to College best training In Mathematics, Science, Languages, History and all preparatory subjocts. The Academy is now Boroa's largest department. 6th Door A Berea College war conditions. For same in Berea, but the finds itself now makes as wo have in the past the girls and 115 CU to cost half that at other fco and room This, is the crown of the whole Institution, and provides standard courses in all advanced subjects. Temporary Raise In Board is forced by years the board has remained tho e unusual situation in which the wbolo country it impossible for us to live on the samo money This adds ffl.OO to the former expenses of tho expenses of the boy, but still leaves tho schools and "cheaper than staying at home." twenty-fiv- PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental rent l by the term, board by the half term. FALL TERM Installments are as follows: j Expenses for Boys VOCATIONAL AND FOUNDATION SCHOOLS ACADEMY AND NORMAL COLLKOK Stales 100,000 tons of sugar within n month, and probably moro at a later period. Our own situation Is that wo havo Just sufilcienl sugar lo maintain our normal consumption until tho first of January, when Iho new West Indian crop becomes avnilablo lo all. Our consumption is at tho rate or 00 pounds per person per year n littlo under 4 ounces per day per person. Tho French people are on a ration of sugar equal lo only 21 pounds per person per year or at tho ralo of less than ono singlo ounce n day per person a litlo moro than tho weight of a silver dollar each day. Tho English and Italian rations aro also not over 1 ounco per day. The French people will bo entire-- 1 ly without sugar for over two months if wo re f uso to part with enough from our stocks to keep Ibem supplied with even this small allowance, as it is not nvailablo from any other quarter. Sugar oven to a greater amount than the French ration is n human necessity. If our people will rcduco by one-thitheir purchases nnd consumption of candy and of sugar, for oilier uses than preserving fruit.' with which wo do not wish lo in- -' tcrfere, wo can savo tho French situation. In tho Interest of tho French people, and of tho loyally wo owo litem to divide our food In tho maintenance of our common cause, I ask tho other foods. American pcoplo lo do this. It is Reprint rrom "Forecnst."vOct. 1018 unthinkable that wc rofuso their request. The Doing of It. No honest work can degrade tin; WHY CHILDREN NEED MILK only the wny In whlrh wo perform II The most important part of milk run do Hint. Tho hutnlilc.it task, well ns a food for children is that which nml painstakingly accomplished, In lion undertaking, cure, furnishes the vitality of the child. orahlo. The highest pushed through, l lesixly nnd poorly It is found In two substances, which n disgrace lo Its door. the diet specialists call "growth-gct- pro-mord lera". Ono of them is in solution in Iho liquid portion or tho milk and tho other is in tho fat. When the cream is taken from Iho milk, half of tho growth go Hers aro taken with 11; and butler mado from tho crenm, according to contains practically all of contained. those Dial life n-- nni Skimmed inhk lias Iho oMot half or those mysterious substances, and cheeso ma lo 'torn this sLiitiiiti.il milk retains only a portion of Ihein. While scientists admit lhal skimmed milk is boiler than no milk for n child, It says that uoi tuoir'y mi much growth will no made as when wholo milk is red. Vet milk, cream, butter and cheeso all contain this growth geltor. Milk is n tood, nnd not a bovcr-ag- o. Children who aro drinking lea and coiTco in lieu of milk aro being deprived of their most important food, with tho possible consequences of less than normal growth, with bones Hint aro weakened or crooked. .Not only docs the milk furnish tho vitalizing substances that tho function of growth, but it supplies tho materials from which Iho growing body Is formed. Such is tho caso with Iho formation or bone, mado Jip largely of llmo. No other food, it is pointed out, contains so much llmo all ready for use by tho hotly, and at so low a cost, as is furnished by milk. The muscles growing lo keep paco with tho lengthening bones need tho protein furnished by the curd of milk; and it is claimed lhal muscles mako moro rapid growth when fed on tho protein from milk than that from lo Incidental Fee Room $ 5.00 9 0.00 I 7.00 7.00 12.25 Board, 7 weeks Amount duo Sept. II. t'.MP.. 2135 Board, 7 weeks, duo Oct. SO.. 1235 '30.50 Total for Term 7.00 1235 2535 1235 '3750 7.00 1235 2035 1235 38.50 Expenses for Girls Incidental Feo Rcom Board, 7 weeks Amount due Sept. II. Ut8.. Board, 7 weeks, due 0 30.. Total for Term This does not include the dollar deposit nor laundry. 8 5.00 7.00 1050 2250 1050 33.00 t 0.00 7.00 1050 I 7.00 7D0 1050 pro FEED PROBLEM NOT SERIOUS Those Who Have Plentiful Supply of Feed for Fowls Need Not Worry. Home-Qrown homo-grow- CARE FOR FLOCK OF GUINEAS Nervous, Excitable Fowls Can Oe Overcome by Gentle Treatment-Ten- der While Young. Although the nervous, excltnblo of tho gulnen rntinot bo overcome by gentle treatment nnd petting, the gulnen Is easily tnught to return home from Its wanderings at night. It; It Is so tnught while young, and for this reason It la usually bettor to buy eggs nnd batch them under n chicken hen rather than buy old birds and remove them to a strange place. Tho guinea Is very tender while young, nnd It Is best to have them hatched during tho warmer purt of the season. They must have dry quarters and If hatched under n chicken 1 2350 1050 3i.00 2450 1050 '35.00 money for books or Special Expenses In Addition to Incidental Fee Bniintn Fall Winter Serine Stenography and Typewriting 110.00 $11.00 112.00 Bookkeeping (brief course) 14.00 12.00 10.00 Bookkeeping (regular course) 7.00 0.00 5.00 Business course for students in other departments: 9.00 1050 750 Stenography Typewriting, with one hour's 7.00' 0.00 uso of instrument 5.00 Com. Law., Com. Geog., Com. 1.80 150 Arilh, or Penmanship, each.. 2.10 In no ease will special Business Fees exceed f 15.00 por term. All students do some work with their hands from alx to sixteen hours a week as janitors or in tho farm, carpenter shop, printing office, laundry, boarding hall, office, etc., and receive pay which reduces their expenses. young man or young woman' can get an education Any at Berea if there is tho will to do so. able-bodied Tho feeding problem will not be n serious one for those who have plenty n ot feeds for the fowls. Hut where groin, its well ns other poultry feeds, must be bought, hens will bo considered expensive luxuries, especially when not laying. And no reasonable poultry rnlser expects hens to lay nil seasons. There must be a time for molt, when the hens must rest nnd prepnro to lny the next clutch of eggs. If it is impossible for any young man or young woman to bo in school tho full year, by all means they tnould enter for a course dur- ing tho winter and spring terms. Tho public schools will close about Christmas and tho teachers and advanced pupils should not bo idle through tho long winter months but should be studying in Berea where tho best education can bo gotten for least money. Applicants must bring or send a testimonial showing that tbey an above 15 years old, in good health and of good character. This may b signed by some former Berea student in good standing or some reliable teachor or neighbor. The use of tobacco is strictly forbidden. For information or friendly advice writo to the Secretary, Thero Is generally considerable waste In grain around the bnm, granary nnd silo. If given n clinnce, poultry will eat grain nnd other feeds In this wny Hint might be wnsted. lliey nre nn nsset Instead of it liability, even though there are times when the hens will not be laying. Hut hens should not be allowed to their feed In the troughs, lit the grnnnry or where sllugo U scattered, but should be fed generously, or allowed the scattered grain, where they will not Interfere with feeding pru-em- Excitable Guinea Hens. hen they or box so cape nnd until they MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Ky. nnlmnls. When Judiciously fed fowls should be profitable ns any of tho iinliinils, when the vuluo of the tinlmuls nnd tho equipment needed ure considered. If they art not, then It must bu thnt the fowls nrc the unprolltublo kind. If this Is tho case und doubtless It often Is then get rid of the uuprotlt-ublfowls. u Berea College Hospital Best Equipment and Service at Lowest Cost. Wards for Men and for Women, Private Rooms, Baths, Electric Service. Sun-parlo- COLDS AMONG YOUNG STOCK Trouble li Usually Caused by Poor Ventilation and Overcrowded Sleeping Quarters. Surgery, Care in Child-birt- h, Eye Treatment, Noseband Ear, General Practice Come in and visit an establishment, which is a friend in need, and in reach of all the people. Fall colds among young stock tire usually caused by uuve ntlluted or overcrowded sleeping apartments. la this climate nil houses should have the open front See that tho young birds roost. Never permit them to bunch up on tho lloor nt night. Sometimes u sudden change In tho weather will start tho young birds to sneezing In spite of every precaution. When this happens a heavy cold may sometimes bo averted by tho following treatment t Mix half u teuspoouful of spirits of camphor with u tublespoouful of sugar must bo confined In a coop closely that they cannot esrun away for u few days learn tho hen's call. After they aro a fow days old they nro better If allowed to run at lnrge to gather their own food. They may bo fed mornings and evenings, but will gather most of their food. Tho guinea hen has a rather bad reputation as o mother, but It Is according to nature for every species of unlmnl llfo to know how to caro for Its own young, and our experience Is that under ordinary conditions tho guinea hen knows better how to enro for hoi youug than any foster mother. 01 courso a guinea hen, or uny other hen, for that mutter, cannot succeed In rear lag a flock of young keata If they art hatched Into la tho fall. UNPLEASANT TO CARRY FEED Task Can Do Avoided In a Measure by Dulldlng Din In Each Poultry House. Robert H. Cowley, M.D., Physician Mrs. Anna Powell Hackett, Superintendent Carrying feed through the snow In the winter Is unpleasant and this can In a measure bo avoided by building und dissolve tho wholo In two gallons a feed bin In euch poultry houso. This of water, giving the birds no other bin can be filled about once each week drink for u few days. Camphorated with mixed grains and It will reduc oil or petrolatum rubbed Into the nos- the tlmo necessary to properly feed trils Is ulso recommended.. the birds at their regular feeding hourv November 7, 1018 THE CITIZKN Pago Soven WrWdVEB UNIFORM INTEINATIONAL SlNMTSOlOOL (Br WtV. V. II. KlTZWATKIt, Teschrr of Knxllh lltbtn In the Illble InslltuU of Chicago.) (Copjrrlnht, Ml,' Wentern Onion.) United War Work Campaign Program The campaign begins on Monday morning, November II, and ends at midnight on Monday, November 18. As approved by representatives of the Government at Washington tho money raised will be divided as follows ; V. M. C. A. r.8.r5 V. W. C. A 8.80 A BIT OF HOME THE SURE SHOT By WARREN VAIL. WITHINTHE CAMP t Lessor D. D.. Moojjr Newspaper LESSON FOR NOVEMBER 17 JACOB FLEEING FROM HIS ANGRY BROTHER. U:l-2- . I.EBBON TKXT-Of-ne- ila OOI.DICN TKXT-- Hs hath not dss.lt Kith u utter our iln, nor rewarded u according to our Iniquities. Psalms 101:10. 27: ADDITIONAL. MATKIUAk-Oenes- Is National Catholic Wnr Council (In- - , eluding Knights of Columbus) 17.00 War Camp Community Service 8.807o A long, low building of frame con- stnictlott, nttrnctlvcly planned, with wide verandas nnd n homelike aspect. (Copyright, till, Wtitrrn Ntwiptptr Union.) Outside are hanging the flags the A new comer wns cutting a wide Stars nnd Stripes, which must soon swath with the exclusive social set of he taken In ns It Is nearly sunset, nnd Woodvlllc. Esther Wiirne belonged to another flag bearing n little triangle of blue nnd the letters Y. W. C. A. thnt group. The plausible, aristocratIt Is n fall afternoon nnd the nlr Is a looking stranger had made someic thing of an Impression upon her. At bit sharp. Through the front windows of the houe the woman approaching lenst so Philip Dewey fancied. War conditions had animated the lift the walk can see the cheerful glow Dewey wns one of n loyal of an open llreplncc. There Is the town. group who had nnnounced their readi- sound of n plnno nnd some one Is ness to enter government service. He singing. tired-lookin- Those Famous Boots of Charlie's Are to Be Put to the Kaiser HELP T)"putting In the great work the boots" to the ot Kai- Jewish Tlio motive which moved Itcbckah to send Jncob nwny wns n mixed one. Sbo realized Hint Hsnu's nngcr wns hot ngnlnst Jncoh, even to tho point where he was likely to kill him. She further know thnt Justice would hnvc to he meted nut to him, nnd thus she would tie bereft of them both. Then, too. she realized thnt If Jncob rcmnlned In thnt land he would likely marry n heathen woman nnd thus defeat Cod's purpose regarding the covenant nation. This latter nho pressed upon Isaac as n motive for sending him nwny. I. Jacob's Flight (v. 10). He wan fleeing from his outraged brother. UIb flight was necessary to save his life. He seems not to havo gone the common road, so ns to be less likely overtaken by Ksuu, should he pursue hint. Through forced march he reaches Hethel, n spot nearly fifty miles nway, by nightfall. II. Jacob's Vision (vv, Jacob's soul wuh peculiarly tested. Ho bod to leave home ntid mother. On the wny to Hnron night overtukes him, nnd he Is obliged to sleep In n field with n stone for his pillow nnd the ennopy of henven for n covering. It wns under such circumstances that tho Lord gave hlin tho wonderful vision at Ilethcl. Jinny times the rough expert' enecs nnd severe trials of life help us on toward Clod. Luxury and heavenly visions do not usually go together. This finds Illustration In John on Stephen looking Into henven while being stoned, nnd John llunyiin In Iledford Jail. 1. He saw n Indder reaching from earth to henven (v. 12). This suggests n means of communl. cation between earth and henven, between man nnd God. It showed Jncob that In spite of his nwful sin there was n wny to henven for him. Jesus Christ Is tho ladder connecting earth nnd henven for us (John 1:51; H:0; Hebrews 10:ll, 20). In tho Incarnation Jesus Christ descended to earth's lowest depth nnd made a wny upon which human feet might climb to henven. Fortunate nre they who In the times of enrth's trials discern this ladder I 2. He saw angels of Cod upon the ladder (v. 12). They were ascending nnd descending upon this Indder. These nngels were tho divine helpers to render needed along life's wny. Though unseen, Owl's nngels guide nnd protect us on our earthly pilgrimage. They scend unto the Father with our needs, nnd descend unto us with God's reply. Christ Is n real man, nnd so can Identify himself with us; he Is tho very God, really divine, nnd so Is nble to lift us to God nnd securo our reconciliation with hltn. 3. He snw the Lord standing above tho indder (vv. To show Jncob thnt the indder did not merely rench Into space, the per sonnl God nppenrcd nnd tnlkcd with him. His message Is filled with Inf(1) He declared tho God inite grnce. of . Abnihnm nnd Isnnc (v. 13), thus assuring Jncob tlint the same hand that guided his fathers was over him. (2) Ho renewed the covenant as to the land (v. 13). Though Jacob was now fleeing from tho land, yet the covenant would not fall, for Jacob ond ). l'nt-mo- s; ). 2.0.') Hoard American Library Association 2.0.' Salvation Army ... 2.0T Any surplus will be divided promt a. Welfare MASS MEETINGS IN CITIES AND TOWNS Kentucklans Everywhere Will Listen, to Speakers Business Men's Clubs to Hear of War's Welfare Work. On Friday, November 8, there will he a mass meeting In each of the larger cities und towns In Kentucky In furtherance of the Interest In the United War Work Campaign. These mass meetings will bo by prominent speakers who will, get forth the activities of the Y. M. C. A., tho V. W. C. A., the National Cnthnllc War Council, tho Jewish Welfare Hoard, the War Camp Community Service, the American Library Association and the Salvation Army, the seven organizations which nre providing physical, mental and moral help to our soldiers overseas and In the camps In this country as well ns doing a mighty work In providing needed comfort for the several millions of women nnd girl munition workers both In the Culled Slates ami In France. During the week of November 3 to 10 there will also bo a series of business men's conferences held under the nusplces of the Commercial, Itotary and Klwauls Clubs of every city of ,000 or more Inhabltnnts In the state. These conferences will bo nddressed by prominent and successful busbies men who have ncqunlntud themselves thoroughly with the work of the seven organizations and who appreciate the Imperative necessity for continuing and Increasing the activities. Many of the men who will address the meetings are fathers or close relatives of boys who arc serving lu Franco and who have learned directly through letters froui the boys nt Uw front, of the Incalculable help all the seven organizations Is rendering the soldiers every day. PARADES IN STATE FEATURE CAMPAIGN United War Work Drive In Kentucky Will Be Splendidly Advertised on Saturday, November 9. his seed should possess It. (3) Assured him of a numerous seed (v. 14). They would spread nbrond to the north, nnd south, nnd enst, nnd west (4) The divine presence with tho wandering Jacob (v. 10). Though ho had sinned and was reaping what he bad sown, yet Owl was with him. III. Jacob's Vow (w. God's gracious visitation provoked Jacob to make u vow. Each sight ot God should cnuso us to renew our obligation to him. His vow Included three things: (1) Dedication of himself to God (v. 12). This Is tho first thing to do. Our gifts nro an abomination while tho life Is withheld from God. (2) Wor ship cstnbllshed (vv. 18, 10). "Thli stone shall bo God's house." Worship Iwnys follows dedication of one's self to God. There Is personal communion between God and thoso who worship (3) Consecration of his subhtm. stance, of his possessions (v. 22), Thoso who havo fellowship with Ged wcognlro God's clnlm upon their possessions. God's grace should constrain us to give of our substnnco to him. Parade Iny In Kentucky will be Sat unlay, November 0, when fifty or more cities nnd towns In the state will hold patriotic parades In honor of the Unl-teWar Work Campaign which start! November 11 nnd continues through the 18th. Kluborute plans nre being mudo Id ninny of the towns to put the purnd on In a manner befitting the Importance of tho seven organizations, tho Y. M. C. A., ttie Y. W. C. A., the National Catholic Wnr Council, the Jewish Welfare Hoard, the War Camp Coinmunliy Service, the American Library Association und the Salvation Army, and the great welfare work they stand for. Kvery city and town In the stale will be decorated with the posters and banners of each of the seven agencies and countless banners, pennants ntid Hags will be carried by tho parnders. In many of the towns plans ire under way to huve the United War Work 1'uiupalgn parade held at night nnd some brilliant programs have been mapped out to mako tho parade a very spectacular event. Owensboro and Hodgcnvlllo nro going Into their purnde program on an elaborate scale und the citizens of all denominations and creeds will unite lu currying out the spirit of the Joint drive. parade will be put on The at night and thousands of partlclpunti will march. The colored people are working earnestly and enthusiastically to belit put thu United War Work Campaign over nnd they will havo n large rcprcsciitatltlon In tho parades. In addition to tho seven organizaMeditation. Meditation Is ono way of handling tions mentioned there will bo section! tho Gospel history. Instead of a vague, of Victory Hoys nnd Victory GlrlB, and ono of the students, who nre unions less than story, the life of Jesus, the most enthusiastic workers In the steadily meditated on, passes Into the united drive. While the Influenza epidemic has Inltfo of the Christian, by au Insensible , terfered somewhat with tho general but real transfusion. Itev. II. P. parade program In tho state, Inasmuch D. D. us many havo been prevented from entering Into tho preliminary arrangeA Spiritual Relation. may gathTrue friendship Is u splrltuul rein-tlo- ments, the fact that crowdspossible for makes It God reveals himself to us In er many ways through our different almost every community to put on a more or less elaborate program. V. II. friends.-- K. Lid-don- The woman, who Is slight nnd young nnd his comrades embraced preparedputs her heavy suitness by forming n shooting club. unl Stendy of nerve nnd clear of vision, case down on the walk nnd shifts the Dewey hnil become the champion In baby she Is carrying to the other arm. tho lists. The newcomer gave his She listens n minute, then (ticks up the name ns Paul Duroc, alluded to an luggage and walks bravely up to the undo who was n count, nnd courted front door. Some one has heard her coming 'and Is there to meet her. Some tho company of the military boys R. P. Ernst, Covington, Ky., "having seen servlco myself," ns ho ex- one always Is In places like this. The Chairman District 11. door Is thrown open and u kind wompressed IL United War Work Campaign. "I've grown sort of rusty In tnrget an's voice says: "Oh, do come In and practice," he snld, "hut I would llko rest. Let me take the baby." The to try n round with Dewey, your ex- baby Is passed over and the stranger, worn from a long Journey, tired and pert mnrksman here." Is ghen the welcome which only "With pleasure," assented Dewey, snd, Y. W, C. A. hostesses know how to WEALTH PUT IN BONDS feeling none too friendly townrds this the give. dashing stranger. She explains that she has come to HASN'T BEEN MISSED It wns three days later nnd half tho town was nttendlng n wnr picnic nt a see John before he leaves for the money front. She has been saving her grove nenr the river. Kslhcr hnd fallen In Dewey's, way for traveling expenses, and has come Incidentally upon her arrival, nnd had to surprise hltn. John has never seen America Has Not Begun Yet to Really Sacrifice to paired off with hlra In tho pleasantest the baby, und now maybe' he never mnnner possible. Duroc wns busily will, for she has discovered that John Lend to Boys. bus Just left on a two days' furlough engnged In nrrnnglng for the tnrget get contest. Ho had employed two men to to surprise her. Hefore she could fur- BY OELLA THOMPSON LUTES carry out Its details. He had selected a train back to her home John's lough will have expired and hu will be Author of "My Doy In Khaki" and Edin spot awny from the crowds, clearing tor of American Motherhood. on his way to camp. the outskirts for it rango about flvo mother does backknow how toThe little meet tho not There Is more than one way to hundred feet In extent. At one end fatigue nnd dis- fight There are sea, land, air battles. was one of the men ho hnd employed, situation and tears of There are. also battles In the pantry, begin to How. provided with n repeating rifle. Near appointment at the kitchen stove, and on the front "Well, that's too bad," says the symtnrget, Just nt the edge of the river, the piazza. Yes, there are even battlea who wns to pathetic Y. W. C. A. worker. "Hut wns his other assistant, cheer up. You can Just stay here for In the pocket book. place the white paper tnrgets on the Unless every person left In America a couple of days. We'll send a wire stanchion In turn. to Joliii at the first place Ids train gets Into the fight somewhere nlong "Ten shots each," nnnounced Duroc, Mops und tell him to take the next the line, the soldiers at tho front will ns nil wns rendy. train back. He can enjoy his furlough have to fight Just so much harder, Just "You first" directed Dewey courso much longer, lose so much mora to Duroc, who wns handed tho here." teously This Is done ami the little family blood give up so many more lives. slgnnl placer nt the rifle, whllo the Of course tho war might be won If tnrget nnd n small boy In his company has a glorious day of It. you Just you did nothing to help. n Tho Young Women's Chrlstlnn got behind it clump of trees. 02 hostess But wnen you read thtse words, a has established The ten shots echoed out snnpplly, houses of this character for American food many thousand others are read ns amid flourishing and much posing . If you laid down on families. tho elegant young gentleman from .li1U.ru nml sntlnrn nnd their tbe Job to let tho boys fight for you. III this brier bulletin of news lies oue delivered his quota. Immedinbroad every other you of thousands did win- - I and ately the signal placer emerged from of tlie most potent factors In tho fight- - tbe same thing, who would feed tbo iilng of this wnr. Our boys nre cover, removed the paper target nnd boys who nro fighting? Who would tug for their homes. The Y. W. C. A. n moment Inter started the messenger clothe them, nurse them, entertain with Its hostess work In this country boy for bnsc. The bull's eye had been munition themT the them,America thero is plenty ot money clipped In four times and no 6hot end In France Is helping to keep con l deu of American home life hnd missed the target yet even though billions ot dollar . . . ..U .... enterc(J nave been rntse(J a,nce "A fine record," pronounced the man SI....U, UV.UIC V. ..ITU Ithad to go away war The m a,read couJd selected ns Judge, and Dewey began to lectins - These menhomes, but there ; bo pared as we M noL We hava from their Individual feel some respect for his competitor, Is a home which follows them- -u place wUhout In order not yet learnea to with .lustlco acquiescing In the general where they can go when they nre off tnat wo may joan onr money t0 the vordle. uuu resi. boys. Uncle Sam bandies It but It luuinies The great dlstnnco did not enable uuiy nun meet ineir every Y. W. C. A. There Is a room lu goes to the boys. Into the equipment him to observe where his shots landed, but h? maintained a steady nerve hostess house with n real fireplace In tor them, clothes and blankets to nnd funded thnt he wns doing quite It nnd n domestic hearth. There are make them comfortble, and guns and well. As the paper record came to chair with cushions on them; the ammunition to save their lives and bucket ours. china Is not of the base, ho could scarcely credit Its chronvariety necessarv In enmtis: nnd best It Is not our fault that there la war. icle. Every darkened perforation was I more than four Inches from tho bull's of all. the boys say, there arc nice ' y0 went In because a decent man In camp not stand by and see a bully beat a to talk to. No boy eye nnd three of the ten had gono entirely wild. He managed to control would hesitate to ask his mother or weaker creature to death, violating and concenl his mortification and dis- sister or the girl he thinks most ot to every rule of the game, And now that we are In It we must appointment, did not rejoin Esther, meet him at n Y. W. C. A. house, for nnd went home gloomy nnd wretched he knows that the women she will see fight to the last ditch to rid tbe world there are of the right kind. The very of the horrid monster which brought In the extreme. "I have no chance nt nil with Duroc," fact that It Is known that there is a- ' this cataclysm ot blood and deatJh fight to the last he decided, "thnt flashy fellow beats real, homey place near each camp nu- upon us. We must ns to 'money, smartness, nnd even thorlzed by the war department and ' ditch, and to the last man and me woman. In the field where I fancied I wns a presided over by dignified and refined Tbe men who plow and sow ana women, has served very largely to discrack shot." courage the other type of woman nnd raise more produce are fighting. He kept nwny from Esther, and even I Tbe men who work In factories) and keep her nway from the men she forfrom his chosen comrades, no nursed atinna and flhtn vnrria ira ftehtln misery by lonely wnlks nlong tho merly preyed upou. his The men and women who work In The Y. W. C. A. houses nre not essequestered byways. One afternoon he government offices are fighting. tablished with any view to marking was tramping along the river shore The women who stay at home are although many of when a scream rang out in familiar class lines, however, the hostesses who assist led lives of fighting If they play a square game. accents. He thrilled nnd started a Kvery person who buys a Liberty greatest ease ami luxury before tbe keen run ns ho realized that Esther Democracy rules nt the sign of Bond la fighting. Some are fighting had uttered It. Turning past n clump war. harder than others because some sache little Hlue Triangle. of trees he saw her wringing her hands rifice more, than others in order to buy A story Is told of n grent merchant's shallow, but In distress. Fording tho their bonds, but all are fighting. ,vlfe whose Individual fortune mounts broad water course, aiming to reach The boys are giving up everything. to the million mark. This lady Is a look-In- g tho opposite shore, was n rough They need our half. They will fall U member of one of the Y. W. C. A. comman, ploughing through the water, mittees, nnd on one occasion she wns v fall thenv ankle to waist deep. of a hostess Is n tramp, a footpad l cried helping In the cafeteria "Ho robbed mo house at the Great Lakes naval trainEsther frantically, "he has ing station. A little shopgirl who had of my necklace." In tbe baseEverybody In Woodvllle knew of tho n "day off" from her work ment of the great store owned by the diamond necklace Esther's grandfathwho er had given her on her nineteenth Y. W. C. A. worker's husband, and was had come to see her sailor brother, birthday, fabulously valued. service. "Haiti Come back, or 111 Are I" In a State street hurry for fugitive," but She sharply ordered the merchant's shouted Dewey to the wife to "look alive with these forks, tho man splashed on his way. girlie." Dewey drew his revolver, no aimed The ludy addressed as "girlie" quite at tho knee of the escnplng thief. Tho humbly saw to It that the pile of forks n yell of pain, half fell, latter uttered was replenished. Then she went over nnd halted nnd turned. Tho leveled and talked to the girl, helped her to limped weapon u constant mennce, ho locate her brother and sent her uwny buck to where Dewey stood, flung tho happy. The shopgirl never knew that stolen necklnco nt his feet nnd sank she had been talking to her employer's to the ground. Dewey was fairly surprised to recognlzo him as one of tho wife. There are two fepstcss houses nt ttie men Duroc had employed In tho tarWent Lukes station, und It U a wonget contest. derful sight to see the crowds of wom"Sure shot, sure enough I" the fellow en relatives und friends of tho sailors growled out. "I say, let me go, bullet who throng to them on tho Weduesdny and all, and I'll tell you something In- drill iiftcrnoons. From 1.000 to 3,000 teresting." persons a day arc eared for In the "What do you meant" demanded cafeterias, and the nurseries are full Dewey. of sailor babies, whoso mothers can "Well, I'm In cahoots with Duroc, leuve them there safely while they are who Is really plain Snooks, confidence on thv grounds. man. Thoso targets, I didn't deliver In addition to tbe hostess house the real ones, but somo ho had fixed up work lu this country tho Y. W. C. A. for tho occasion." hns established tbe famous Hotel Dewey Bent n conveyance from town In Paris ns n center for tranand tho wounded man was cared for sient women wnr workers overseas. and allowed to go on his way. Some- There are else many foyers or recreahow Duroc got wind of tho confession tion centers In France where girl mu and vanished. nitions workers, signal corps girls and And Esther her eyes craved for u..mv..v outers ur in)cicu giveness, well rid of her passing fancy by association with the play leaders tho Impostor, and told Dewey mute of the Y. W. C. A. who have Introfor ly that she understood ana return ea duced American gymnasium elauea bis love. , Into French life. ' nsso-clatloI Iron-bouncan-womI I ser. Charlie Chaplin has dnnnted his funny old boots. And with the boots, of course, go Charlie and his cane and his kicks nnd his wriggles. Ho Is among the stars of the motion picture Industry who have donated their service for the making of a series of motion picture films which will be nsed throughout the Fourth Liberty Loan drive In every theater In the United Slates. No star In the country who tins ever been a topllncr will be left out All have expressed a willingness to play n part In tho game of helping sell bonds. Scenarios for the Liberty Loan pictures were written by the best known editors of the country nnd by tho best talent In tho motion picture studios Every picture will not only contain the plea for purchase of Liberty Donds but will be an Interesting story In Itself, isBsBssjMgsaaaai CHARLES CHAPLIN. During the tbree weeks of the drive September 28 to October 19 a different picture will be shown In each movie house In the country each night Three thousand copies of the pictures will be in constant circulation. li PIG THE ALLIED CAUSES SOMETHING MORE SOLDIERS UNIFORM IS TO MAKE THE U.S WHOSE NOBLE AIM THANAN INSIONA AN EMBLEM OF MORAL LIFEAND HONOR. Pago Klghl THE CITIZEN November 7, 1918 soldiers. But that will be no Pennington's mill on Pigeon Roost ness, but not without cheerfulness vation or hardship. We could even Lambert, near Berea. Mrs. Poor ..... . .. ....,..,.., ., it... ii.,.iiioi r'lturi.ii or optimism. His parting word3 Branch. ifC!-!a!?'"r,"nf,aSt were, "Farewell my happy home." Fair View. She was a good lit- Parrot i. u. riiiiit'iat is i'iii- - tie woman and loved by all who Ho leaves threo brothers, Flemon mi'ii Parrot, Nov. . We were visited or election in this ciating as judge knew her. Sho leaves a husband, with a frost and freezo on tho flrst and Melvin, botli of Clover Bottom; procinct today. Archie Flanery Solon of Bond; ono half brother, and threo night or this month. The first this rrom "Somewhere in France" a mother,tn one sister 1fl44 H.f I'O- l,r,lirrj ............. linn Malon Baker, or Big Hill, and two writes mnlirn ... . ..v.. season. S'ome havo begun to gather T'linr. ., i,, n,., lvi- sisters, Mrs. Margaret Benge, or that his brother, i.iino, who nasi ..nine nut voW ,i. ....v, ..... i corn. Tho yield is somewhat below over mere more than n year , hceu t. t last year's crop, but of a better Hugh, and Mrs. Francies Smith, of and wnom he has not met for four V,ew "T-''l'"' " Clover Bottom, with his father and youngest brother of Mrs. Poor, and quality. Born, recently, to Mr. and years will spend Thanksgiving with mother. His relatives and many son of Mrs. Lucy Heldon, also died Mrs. Bud Matthew, a girl. Phee Sue F. Flanery, A. N. C, or sym- him. at bis home on Uio following Sun- have all been confined with friends have tho greatest writes rrom Camp Jackson, Colum day, October 27th. Lonoy bad only influenza. Mrs. Emma Price re- pathy or, all in their bereavement, bia, S. C that with tho coming or turned from Hamilton. Ohio, last but let us sorrow not as those who 5.000 new soldiers into camp tho in been sick seven days till bis death. havo no hope, but rather rejoice in He died with influenza and heart week. Bill Gabbard is recoverfluenza, which had almost abated,' the victory lie has won. trouble Ho was twelve years, five ing from a sevcro case of influenza. took on a new impetus with 300 new months, And eight days old. He was Fred Parker has a case of tho flu. cases. Fifty nurses have been sent liked by all who knew him. He wa Born to Mr. and Mrs. Bob McDowell, from there "overseas." ESTILL COUNTY laid to rest in the Fair View cemea boy. A. 3, Baker lost thrco head Iron Mound tery. The people of tho whole com of cattle last week, caused by some GARRARD COUNTY Iron Mound, Nov. 1. Tho influenza munity extend their deepest sympa disease. Lewis Cunagin lias hi3 epidemic is in our midst, but no Paint Lick tby.-Os- car Gadd, who has been sick store bouse up and is well supplied serious cases. bhcluon Williams Paint Lick, Nov. I. Harry lor several uays, is anie 10 no out with shoes. Frank Gabbard, of In- and wife motored Trom Irivine down who has been in training again. Mrs. James Grant, of Boone, dianapolis, Ind.. has been visiting here, Sunday, to visit relatives. at Camp Taylor for two months, was shopping in Conway last Mon his rather at this place. Adam Price J. W. Sparks and wlfo and Mrs an honorahlo dischnrgo and day. is planning on moving to Hamilton. Samuel Sparks spent Sunday very received is at home now. I he following Ohio, soon. David Gabbard has sold pleasantly at tho homo of Mr. and boys left, Sunday, for Lexington to The Bulldlnp of Life. his rnrm on Peter Cave branch to E. Mrs. Russcl Thomas. J. II. Thomas attend the S. A. T. West. Life Is n tmlldlii.'. It rises slowly D. Moore. Tho body of Wiley Par- is having a new residence erected Amos Park, Coleman Sanders, Stapp lny by day, through the years. Kvery ker, of Hamilton, Ohio, was hrot on his placo near hero. Stovio brothers, Dewey Metcalf and Harry new h'sson we lenrn lays a block on hero last Thursday and buried Fri- Sparks narrowly escaped being bad- Ha ""iy "im nev. R chard Lackev returned ",u ,UKt' " day morning in the Carpenter ly hurt by his horso railing with In us. Every experience, every touch to Camo Buoll. Zack Hester, of of unothcr life on ours, every Inilm-ncgraveyard. Born to Mr. and Mrs. him and getting a hurt on his head Manse, was in rrom Camp Buell a Impresses us. every hook Bill Cunagin, Jr. a boy. Bert Sumwhich at llrst was thought to bo, row- - days last week. Mrs. Clarenco every conversation we have, every uct mers nnd wire visited at Adam very dangerous but later proved Todd, of Richmond, spent soveral of our commonest days, nilrig Prico's from Friday till Sunday. otherwise. It. days last week with her grand- thing to the Invisible hulMlng. The people of this place sympathize mother, Mrs. Rucker. Miss Sailio Miller. Locust Branch with them In their loss of their Ralston went to Georgetown, Sun lilllo baby. Elsie was born SeptemLocust Branch, Oct. 1. Tho wife day, where she attends school. Mcs. ber, 11, 1918 and died October 28. nnd little daughter or Tilford Coylo dames Jno. Wynn, Bennett Rope, M. Most of her short life wns spent in wero brought back hero from Ohio L. Noe and Millerd Ledford spent suffering, but now it is all over and for burial. They wcro laid to.rest Mon( ftl fl wRh Elsie knows nothing but rest. in tho Coylo Tjurylng ground; dCfa,th KinRston.-- Mr. and Mrs. It. L. Led- Fox Town nan tuuncu uj uiuut'iwu, .mas n. t,.ii- Fox Town, Nov. 2. There Is a lot Dorthy Richardson is vefy poor ly Npn, Lc(,for(, nl lholr nf mio M of sickness in this vicinity, sup altl.iswriting.-Ji- m orthiS 30. Frank, tho posed to bo Spanish influcza. Thcro place, moved last week to Knob Lick, homo, October youngest son of Zack Hestor liuvo not been but two deaths bore, Mrs. Maggie Colfco and her son. Mu use, died of influenza and of tho disease, Mrs. Rachel Isaacs, Jim, or Richmond, nro up horo fenc-wi- ro at was buried in tho Mcnso cemetry. or Henry Isaacs, died a few ing tho Garrett grave yard. A six o'clock dinner was given, Saturday evening, by Mrs. Will Pal mer in honor of Rlchnrd Lackey of Camp Ifuell. Frank Brown and family, of Lancaster, wero tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jlorvoy, Sunday. Tom Ballard, or Lancnster, was tho Good Light Bread and Biscuit guest of Jack Davis, Sunday. 1 MADISON COUNTY Democrat parly. Let each llioughlcd TO THE KERBT KNOB CHURCH WHEN PEACE 19 REACHED Coylo voter consider tho past and what Thorn need bo no npprohenslon of uoyie, Nov. 2. Air. nail Mrs. Alva Is now confronting our great coun(Kerby Knob, Ky.) materially lower prices for livo slock naio nro rejoicing over uio arrival try, that wo strlckly need aur wlirn httropo goes on a ponco basis. nj frcnu"s. or a lilllo girl, October 21, Christ- - wisest and best men as roprcsoii- , In cnfl0 of wains, tho situation No " 01,1 1 " ened Mossy Olbson.Mr. nad Mrs. tatives. Wilson claimed sometime Is somewhat dllTerenL An nl 1 v " ' ' Nnnty spent last Sunday withng (hat ho was no more n pollti- "ccu-Wlll- lc No mmwpondriM publish union Irnr.l In fall lr the wrtWr. The name I nwnM whpnl Mn'a Hen- - rian. Today ho is strictly in the Hold Mundy's family-Du- dley Is not for puhllcKllcn, but at n erMfnce of irond faith. Writs plainly. K in tho Southern ' to write Ju 91 n re)v hemisphere, drick, of Hluo Lick, spent Tucs- - soliciting our great peoplo lo re- - J" J" which will automatic-da- y ' ,11 night with his cousin, Wm. turn a majority in favor of tho , ally become nvallable. nro likelv lo ."T.L- clays ago; nlso Pcarllo nose, daugh- Hcndrlck of this place. There aro JACKSON CODNTT Democrat party, holding Hint the ?' " be refleetcl In the f .Lorn .r.ni; ..f ter of J. I. Hose, was nt Hamilton no cases of tho "llu" in this com- - peoplo would show their apprecla- - yuu may jusi conquer it ns, goou Bond "Itnti. tin von ilil" Aa I'l mnrnlni?" Itoml, Nov. 2. Wo nro having some She camo home, took sick next day, munity at present. Grandmn Ogles- - Hon of his administration on this "wovcr, time Is no meat surplus I very limited. I shall write cold, cloudy weather nt present. niul died three days later. Tho by will return lo her homo in Esllll side of the walers, anil tho great my lime ,n slR,,' n,)l oycn '"'ring Uio next build- County today, after a three weeks' affect it would havo "among those onlv n few line. t Tim influenza lias spread very rapid- Cumberland Pipo Line Co. is linlf thinniln n..l.. I.. II.- - uiuy 111 uu: i;im of I... r,...... tmi.. .... r nn t ... ,, visit. Corn husking nnd tobacco on the other side. Wo nro not ex- ly thru this part of tho country, re ing a pipo lino from grnnny ,s ,mr 8l,lciency likelv, springs oil Held lo V. P. stripping is nil tho go in this part. peeling n great deal at tho hand of Island, nwnltlng transportation ,0"l 'I'll.. sulting in several deaths. John York, bare shelves of Euroncan ll'cy will soon be ready Jr., died last Monday and was buried ,8nnC3' Germany, nnd If tho Republicans nro oversea service. Blue Lick larders must nt least bo replenished o laKo mo on ouu iuarncu, re- I have been in tho service ono and this task will naturally devolvo Tuesday by the F. & A. M. Ho leaves Hluo Lick, Nov. 5. "Dislnnt se- - successful in this coming election, . ...... u..u a wiro nna ciiuu ana n nosi oi . rluded and still, lies tho placid val I thing they will be able to bring year today, and I feel 11 is limo I on the United Stales. friends and rolativcs to mourn his Hose. N. J. Coylo has his mill ro ley of Bluo Lick, nestled cozily nt Germnny to see her failure and wns doing nclivo service in tho do- Tho miislon of tho International death. His brother, Nnth York, of paired; now ho is ready to grind tho base of the bluo hills covered what is to her best intcresL Prep- - fenso of my country. Livo Stock Exposition nt this crisis Mnr-cuI eo not nnL with haired lownrd is In sllinnlntn nrmlnriin,, Cincinnati, was called homo to at- meal and saw lumber. J. W. vet with tho fadiiiL cortreous foil- - nrntion is being mado to shoot the r i.nnf of Hirch Lick, passed hero a age of the trees. Fanned by the spicy oil well again, as tho first shot foiled tho enemy, but rnlher with lovn for pork tend the funeral. Ho has a brother, nnd million on tho most Delbcrt York, serving In tho U. S. few days ago with n bunch of cat- breezes of pino forest, wo to loosen the sand. Bessie Lynch, n,v country, my fellow man, nnd lo nomlcnl basis, to instruct breedem Army In France. Green Vaughn lie. S. H. Fox and his son Albert sit as silent spectators of tho tragic of Nathanton, Ky., died at Hamilton, make the world safe for democracy.! nnd feeders in recent lcvclopmont died Monday night and was burled aro at Hamilton at work. drnma being enacted on tho world's 0., recently, nnd brought bnck for it wns stated well when Sherman lo inspire nmbition lo excel nnd Wednesday evening. Ho leaves a stage. So far but few of the Jnon burial. She was laid nwny at the said "War Is Hell," but as interna- - demonstrate that live stock raising Green Hall Hla mnnv nrlfa finfl flvn nhllHnnn havo been eligible for tho draft and Holcomb Cemetery near her homo. Uomil questions are now settled in1 is prollUble, otherwise, it could not Green Hall, Nov. 1. L. M. Cook is .ioii, a number havo been exempted on Bossio was a good girl and will ho (bat way, I am willing to give prosper. very badly afflicted with rhcuma ci,nr,i,r,i ,n,i Mnn,i.v nic-nccount of pendents. Tho inllucn- -' missed by her many friends. Tho my life, if npo, i,P tlint democ- Europe after the wnr will need tnnvna liui Usui at this lime Charley Crank IS za ban is on as yet but there has cause of her death was inlluciua n. nin fnmiiv h racy sml be safe. Wo shorn! American stock calllo. Ilmuslcomo a chimney to his hous- cmoving hero from Harlan Count- y.- It is reported that our schools overy one do our bit unsolllsh-- 1 lo this market for cows for hreed- Willi not been n single enso in this vicinAllen Peters, of Moorcs Creek, died Jfol BOWlCS' family arc nflliCtcd ity. Our hearts go out in deepest win negin again, .Monday week, jy, to win the victory. Hut wo nig purposes nnd for seed stock of Hughes received in Dayton, Ohio, from influenza. inlluenza. Hcubcn sympathy lo the bereaved families wo hope the epidemic which nas nuist flrst mko sure tho snlvnH all tho species and breeds. news staling that tho Louisvillo His remains were brought back hero been raging among us and has been don of our own souls. It was not in adjacent sections. Vestcr Thcro has nover been a moro on- Dental School would be open again, for burial, and wcro laid to rest in Stella, wcro victims. Both scattered throughout our land will His will that ono should purish, but portuno moment for renewed en R. E. Evans, F. F. and sister, tho Grccnhill Cemetery lasUSunday. November lth died within n few days at Robin- - soon discontinue, that our schools tbat all might livo. And I belicvo deavor in Uio sphere of animal bus .McColIum, and Finlcy Wilson each Ho leaves a father, mother, one sis-thospital at Berea. Vcster nnd church house doors may he it is His will that we live in peace bandry and the International Livo a nico hog tho past week. son's and seven brothers to mourn his butchered leaves a wlfo and child. Stella, the opened again, that the minds of our on earth and not the strong Stock Exposition, which will this Mrs. Sarah Andrew, of Privett, is death. Richard Hunlcy, who was in child, was thirteen years youths, may bo instructed nnd tho pr0ss the weak. If tho weak bo op-- year be held from November 30th, slaying with E. E. McColIum, now. the U. S. training camp, died of inage. Gracie, the little daughter hungry souls fed. J. C. Gentry, of pressed without n cause, it is our to December 7th, Is the chief expofluenza. His remains will be ship- Hunk Pierson Purchased a inulo tho of Richard Hollinsworth, has been Tyner, bought the farm of Robert tity to lien to their rescue. nent of tho industry. Dan- ped to his home on Moorcs Creek for past week. M. C. Hughes is having very ill witli whooping cough and Mclean, recently, for $1,200. j,0 truc n 0o(, m)r follow man, Merburial. We deeply sympathize with a new chicken house erected. out- - lei Bowman, of Tyner, was tho guest nnt ( tMC no0p ,ica3 0f your say trado is very dull on ac- pneumonia but is better. Tho thoso who havo given up their loved chants door activities or wheal sowing, oi .nick au joiiii nun wue, aauir country, nnd do what you know to FARMS TOR SALE ones. Robert Pennington is very count of "llu." Edward K. Cook and corn gathering and onion planting day night and Sunday, be right unrnllorlngly. Fear God If It's farm land you want, I have wife aro both suffering with influlow nt this writing nnd is not exhave monopolized the attention ofi nnd keep His commandments. Ho it, nnd ir you nro looking for n barpected lo recover. Tom Brewer and enza. Mr. Cook mado a trip to every individual able to work. Oc is n present help in. lime ol trouble. gain come lo mo. for I have .the rartn ROCKCASTLE COUNTY Louisville week before last and conwifn have influenza. Mr. and Mrs. tober has been lovely as a poet's Ho who serves himself best is ho you want, nt tho prico you want to Conway Jerry York aro just recovering from tracted the disease while there. dream, except tho last week. Tho pay. Clover Bottom Conway, Nov. 5. There aro still who serves his brothers, a severe case of tho flu. Miss wet damp days greatly facilitated Bottom, Nov. 3. Thomas No. 6000 acres or land right in Clover "Give to the world the best you Crcacy Moore was tho pleasant guest tho handling and stripping or to- several cases of influenza in this community. Mrs. J. P. Taylor nnd have nnd the best will come back town, nil fenced and in good shape, T")nvi Inqf Mnnilnv . Aabill died of pneumonia at Camp nf Mm. finrnh bacco. Many crops wore bulked on rock piko in 100 yards of graded "wvillc, Ky., on October parents at to you." Kdd Medlock. of Annville, is home1 ,a'Ior- reaily ror transportation. A good son, Jean, aro visiting 'ceks Incss; 0n price is Mothers, 'tis for you that my school, ono quarter milo of railroad Marctburg this week. Mrs. Maggie aft,e,r on a furlough for a few daysOrb being offered the growers 101,1 l,is bod' was broush ,,)y rramo. mcssego last Sat- - greatest or love and sympathy goes depot, a No. seven-rooand Goodson Ingram, who havo been "Ie tiljlit in the barn about rorty to Wren received n his sergeant to the homo of bis houso with porches, nice urday stating that her sisUr, Mrs. out, for to mo your Facrillco Is two-sloin Ohio for a few months, have refifty cents a pound. Willi the flrst lumed borne. C. B. Davidson and father, Hardin Azbill, near Clover of Novmber came a blightinp.sling-in- g Will .McColIum at Lexington, Ky., greater and harder for you to bear yard, hen, meal and wood houses, all influenza. Sho did than for us who are under arms, buildings new, good garden. Ono of family, who moved from hero lo Bottom; on tho 17th his remains fro.t witli plenty ol ico that had died with Trenton, Ohio, are planning to re wero laid to rest in the Kerby Knob played havoc with green beans and not go, because her daughter, Hazel, 1 greatly admire the spirit in which the best buildings and locations In turn lo their homo in Rockcastle ccmetry. Thomas was born Aug all vegetation in general. And now was sick. Mrs. Peacliio Poor, wlfo yon nre giving up your sons to go town. Price ?l,8O0. No. 000 Farm of 8M acres on County. Bclue Davidson, of this ust 23, 1890. As he died at tho ago that "the Trost is on the pumpkin of J. S. Poor and daughter or Mrs. forth and stand for the rights or x country road, close to mail, teleplace, ha3 just returned from Mid- - of 28 years, 1 month and 22 days, and the rodder in the shock" we be- Lucy Beldon, nt Snyder, Ky., died men. ye wll0 ar0 dletown, Ohio, where he has been I recall many admirable traits shown gin to make our plans for Thanks- nt her home, nt Covington, Ky., Oc- arins tliink phone, school and churches; 61 acrej working; Mffs Cora Johnson has in his character. Ho was not only giving, which will not be a festival tober 23, with inlluenza. Her ro- - very seriously nt times when wo cleared, fenced ond returned homo from Ohio, whero a soldier in the army of the United as days or yore; for turkey, that mains wero brought back to her think of leaving our mothers nnd fencing good; 41 acres in clover and she has been for the past few States but also of.tbe army of tho most delectable reaturo or the sea- home at Snider, on Jhurrsday morn- friends; (hen comes tho thought that timothy; largo orchard, good garmonths. Ray Akermon, of Annville. Heavenly King. Thomas was al- son's menu, must be sent to our ing. Funeral sen ices look place at it is for your protection that wo go den and no better water anywhere; the home, conducted by Rev. W. F. forth. I could willingly sacrifice, all a lot of nico timber. This rarm is hag been hauling lumber from M. L, ways marked by a serenity or calmpri- East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else JJ iZl J ir l"c " XTk 'Xirr!i . Im-C- """" ll-t- "'T Ilich-ardso- ...,, .".. t.i.. ti, .ti '"Jing er of 1 1 m ry mor fcross-fonce- d; ,.,., I "",..,, 1 Hil-liar- d's C.:-L- ogan wt-nn- y ' Save Wheat for Our Soldiers can be made from POTTS, RYE FLOUR Order a sack from your Grocer and be Convinced OWSLEY COUNTY Island City Island City, Nov. i. Tho election is drawing near. Tho people nro to deoldo tho great question, who shall represent us in Congress nnd houso of representative, tho Republican or White L. Mom, Plnevllle, Ky., Chairman District 17. United War Work Campaign. No. 508 A farm of 102V4 acres bluo grass land; nil fenced, all in grass, 10 acres of which Is bluo grass; on county road; closo to school, churches and stores; good water nnd n houso. This fnrm is about 5 miles from Danville. Ky. This Is good land; can't bo bent for tho money. Price $150 per aero. Terms can be made on most all ''haraeb'r." No character Is per-tli- ut forms. I hnvo tho most complete feet without the Christ-lik- e spirit, list oi farms that I know of. Write ln ,y struggle to lead tho Chris- - for my prico list it's free tian life, which is not an easy ono in Monroo Thompson. Uio army, my mind frequently Kes Wnynesburg. Ky. bnck lo the teachings or this church, nnd especinlly tn the IJrst Sunday-scho- ol I attended, which was at IhU The present situation in this plnce, when I learned to loved the country shows plainly tho need of teachings or Christ. enacting a now federal child-labI shall ever try to hold up Christ law to tako the placo of tho 1910 and His Kingdom, nnd live such a net, lo which Southern cotton manulire n will be ncceptnhlo in tho sight facturers wero becoming reconciled or God. nnd to which they wero ndjlisllng I request the prayers tnt this church, thnt I may live n Chrlstinn thir business when It wns declared should lire, and Hint I may not lower in iiiieoiislitutioiinl. America not suffer her children lo bo taken my moral standard. out of school mid put Into war In"No greater lovo hath any man than this, lo lay down bis lifo for bis dustrie until every other snbstituto for child labor has been utilized friends." the work or lonfors, the labor or InMay God be Willi you till we meet mates of Jail mid prisons, tho uso of airain. Your brother, in Christ, labor-savin- g mnchijiery, tho adoption or the most cfllclont methods Stanley Powell of production, and tho ciirlnllinent of nnd luxuries. Our children are not only tho defensos JOHN WHITE CO. k i.r tomorrow, they nro absolutely tho LOUIft VILLI, KY. nation's last lino of defense ToLiberal attortment morrow, when the war has been won and full valuu paid nnd democraoy saved from nutoo-nieIt will bo their privilege) and Hide and obligation, In the langungo of tho Coat SUM trendies, t0 "Carry On." " or before I would havo you livo under an autocratic form or government, Fathers, grieve not or sending forth your sons to the colors, but rnther strive lo send such sons that you will be proud of. Nothing i.l- - . ..1 1. tii(niiii l. nfiri" iiriiiu ui you il... . ... uu in nil" ... kivu .. ..... n'Tviro. oi jui r rm,nlry' ? cl,mn you.nP. n,.nn' morn'- y, mentally, and spiritually. children, nothing would please mo jM.tlor lnaI, lo j,0 jn Sunday-schowilh you again. Obey your parents, , r.nd ival ... vour sundav-scboyour teacher. Do what you know-tbe right and bo happy. When you an disobedient, you nro not happy. Young men nnd women, 'tis you thnt I am Interested in most, be cause you are the men nnd women of tomorrow, in whose rare lies tho responsibility of the nation. In a ,roaij View or the question, you mould set vour alms IiIl-I-i and at- rin them. Ho who tries and fails is infinitely greater than he who never tries. There nre many things I would like o ny. but as tinv is short, I shnll state in three words thnt which is my heart's desire, that you think seriously on. "l is this: ".Mind your 1 ol ol rrame nearly all level. Sovcn-roohouse, two barns, 32x.1(5 each; silo and nil necessary outbuildings and granaries. Twenty tons of hay, 2 cows, 2 calves. 2 horses, 2 wagons, C ncrns corn, about CO bushels or wheat, about 200 bushels or oats, one-hn- ir ncre potatoes, 0 head hogs. hinder, mowing mnchlno and rake, wheat drill, corn drill, breaking plow, cultivator and harrow. Price for all, $7,000; for rarm, m -2 two-borso 1 $5,000. No. A rarm or 53 acres on county road, closo to school, church and store, all level, not ono fool or waste land; all in timber, except ono acre. six A new rramo house, rooms, hen and meat house, young orchard. A nico location and can't 0. bo beat for tho monoy. Prico two-story, $1,-00- Emm y, When Religious Meetings are Omitted Pray More at Home