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Citizen (Berea, Ky.): November 21, 1918 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1918 cit1918112101_sn85052076 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Citizen (Berea, Ky.): November 21, 1918 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1918 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 IMIES IDENT ' S OFF I3ENCA COLLEGE HEIJEA KY C()MIJ I I CE BEREA Knttrtti at tht PUBLISHING llnjfic CO. mtmti (INCORPORATED) WM. G. FROST, f nl lUrm. AV. an r(rtM maiUmnttrr Vol. XX. Five Cents Per Copy. Devoted to tire Interests of the BKItKA, MADISON COUNTY, The citizen ConrLteLin KLMl CKV, NOVBfnEU 21, 1018. Ono Dollar and People Fifty CcnU Per Year. Knowlodgo fs Power and Ihe way to keep up wllh modern Knowledge Is to read a good Newspaper. No. 20. Burial Expenses. The expenses of a burial have fjrown (o be so reat up-se- that people can hardly afford to die. t Fashion is more tyrannical at times when we are It Iris heroine the custom to lay bodies to bv rief rest in elaborate caskets with costly linings, borne to the place of burial in ridiculous hearses. Good taste is offended by these displays and parades, and the living are often taxed beyond endurance and deprived of necessities in order to pay the bills. When you make your will insurt this clause, "My body shall be laid to rest in a plain box, costing not to exceed $5.00, and it shall be taken to the burial grount on a farm wagon with a thick layer of evergreen President Will Go to France ritorlal waters of the United States Br Albert Walnisley while journeing from one AmeriWashington, D. C.' can port, to another. But sinco ho President Wilson 1ms been urged traveled 011 a naval vessel, which by some of his closest friends to; legally is United Slates territory, personally lead tho American dolc- - it might be held that bo was at all pit ion to th! pence conference. An- - times within the jurisdiction of this noimromont was made Tuesday of country. President Taft, however, his decision to nUrnii at least a crossed tho frontfer Into Canada part of the sessions of this confer- - while he was President, thereby actually violating tho generally obnee. Although it has been observed as' served precedent. Transportation experts declare an unwritten law that the President of tin United Stales shall not leave that even with tho fastest of ships the Jurisdiction of this country' and special trains on both sldc3 of during his tenure of ofllce, thcro is Hie water, it would bo a hazardous no legal provision requiring him to exncrifncnl. remain within' the territorial limits Government olllcinls arc cautionof Ihe nation. President Iloosevclt while in olliec made a trip to Pana- ing the American people to be on (Continued on Page Tire) ma, thereby going outside the tcr- C0NGIIESS10NAL NEWS ITEMS ' YANKS FIRST TO ENTER GERMANY World News Sunday, the 17th of November, will always be memorable for the entrance of the French and the ADVANCE BEGUN BY AMERICANS,' gtrasbiirg, OCCUPY REGIONS JUST Lorraln5 ABANDONED BY HUNS.. garrisoned th'c'dcf '"ites o'f Thc8(J as" Alsaso-WH- O ace9 ar(J lQ b(J a part of tho provis- - ions of the armistice. Tho occasion was one of great satisfaction and Soldiers Prepared for Any Possible joy to the whole French nation. Traps That May Have Been Set By Retiring Enemy Troops Are Eager to Get Into Germany. 4 Wenrm NewnpHper Union boughs." Victory fjor Temperance It is not many years since the advocates of temperance and prohibition were made fun of as extremists and narrow minded Puritans. Hut at last their victory is in sight. State after state has adopted prohibition. And the splendid record of states like Kansas, where prohibition is well enforced, make the other states desire to have it. The soldiers from Kansas were superior to those from states where liquor is sold, and the general prosperity noticably better. -- r:.r Kentucky News Martha Tingle, ' six-year HOLLAND REBELS Think of it, this week twenty distillery buildings in Kentucky were actually sold at auction to be turned into some other use. And Ohio, containing such cities as Cincinnati, Cleveland, Toledo, and Columbus, has "gone dry." There are yet great battles to be fought. The close of the war will lift some of the war prohibition laws, and many of the .old topers will make us trouble for a time, but we may confidently expect that the final victory over the liquor traflic will be as glorious and complete as the" victory over the Germans. farmer, wag so badly burned that she probably will not recover, and OF WILHELMINA .lames Parker, a blacksmith, bad his bends' seared and warred in a heroic allempt to save her when tho child's dress caught Are from an open grate. Dutch Extremists Demand That Cyn-thicn- ter of James Tingle, a old daughS'colt County ASK ABDICATION Berea Raises $10,144.15 Berea Citizen wish to announce t our people the wonderful gift of all our gifts reeeied to tho United War Work Campaign, coming from tho Queen of Berea' givers, Miss Childs. A great many peoplo fail to appreciate Ibis wonderful personage in our community, for her ipiiUt and unassuming ways fail (o attract attention with those with whom she is not working. Some of us know her by recognition of nanio. Some of us know her belter. To know her Is but to increase your admiration for American wonjanhood. So to the memory of Lieut. Cleveland (lady Frost, who wont down in the preformanco of his duty, making the supreme sacrillro that you mid I might be left and permitted to enjoy such duties as tho one through which wo have just experienced, she gives as a memorial Ibo sum of one thousand dollars. Serving find with our litllo is tho way to makoItmorc, anil wo must never think that wasted with which God is honored, or men are blest. I.uther onco said that the heart of the giverjnakes the gift dear and precious. 1 want further to say a word of appreciation through your columns to every man, woman and child contributor to this War Campaign Fund. This, of course practically means every citizen of our community. It has been gratifying to mo to see and experience! such unselfish as has been exhibited during the past week. Tho almosphero seems permeated with tho very spirit of the undertaking, and everybody was anxiously wating and willing to do their bit. Our business men met tho call in a big way and not only gavo tholr dollars to the cause, but loft their places of business, and with sleeves F.ditor I CONTENTS PAGE Editorials: Burial ExpenVictory for Temperance. ses; Berca's Giving. World Nows; Stato Nows. President to Go to France. 1. PAGE 2. School Nows Serial Story. Soldiers' Letters. PAGE 3. PAGE 4. Locals Church Notes. Advertisements. PAGE 5. Hod Cross Notes, General Advertisements. Nows Items PAGE 0. Farm and Homo Nows. Temperance. Did for Prohibition ' ' PAGE 7. S. S. Lesson. What (Walt Mason. j PAGE 8. Eastern Kontuoky Nows. Kighteen plants of Ihe Kentucky Distilleries and Warehouse Company, which originally cost about $10,000,0(10, wero sold Monday at public auction for $205,000. ' What will bo done with them is not known. The sweep of prohibi tion has all but eliminated tho dis(Continued on Tage rive) tilling business ontrely. The plants ' may be devoted to sojno ntbor uso CITIZEN A FAMILY FRIEND than making wbisky,"and they may be scrapped for tho Junk they con- -j 200,000,000 MORE TO FEED Httchins, Ky., November 18, 1018. tain, which would probably yiold a Dear Editor: Head of Chicago Packing Firm Says, to good profit over tho prlco paid. It seems liko I just must write Peace Means Greater Production in U. S. Than Ever Before. The Citizen wherever I am becauso The consolidation of the National thru it so many of us follow stuNational Chicago. Nov. 10. "Peace means dent keep in touch with each other Bank of Kentucky and the encourago othors to attend col- Bank of Commerce, in Louisville, as .'OU.oiKWKHl new. mouths to feed." said and (bis week in the Evening ThonuiH It. WIU011, president of WINon lege. Be sure to send mo Tho Ci- announced ,ti Co.. packers, "hut It doesn't add an week's copy for I must Post, is, in many ways, the moH tizenthis The new birsiness and financial trans- ounce to our stock of food. possible lo hot miss a single issue. For fourof Hie mhk makes It In tho history of that oily, safety teen years our famjly havo been action send supplies to 1RO.000.000 In Uussla. and is, judged from every 'stand-poin- t, tbe llalkaiiM, and elsewhere, who have regular readers of The Citizen, an exceedingly wiso and for- long been threatened with starvation: ofton subscribing for two copies so many children tunate step. The new hank will bo 11ml now, augmenting these claimants, Ihero wero crowds of present quarters of are the and each ono read Tho Citizen from located at the powers. "kiver to ktvor" that ono paper was tlie Bank of Commerce al Fifth and the central 'Tlie problem now," said Sir. Wilson, always entirely worn out beforo it Market streets and the name will be "Is liow to make-- our tuipply go round. Bank of Kentucky. Tho Ihe Natlonnl got around. The latest htatlslles," ho taUU "show SVishing to congratulate you on institution will start with a capital ihere are OH.sl((MKH cuttle. 48.000,000 the good sorvico you urp doing and or $2,000,000 and a surplus slightly sheep, and 71.871.000 bogs on the trusting that unfailing health and in excess of $2,000,000, or over "It menus greater production U necmarked success may bo yours con- $i;ooo,000 In capital and surplus. It will bo assured of deposits in excess essary thun ever before" he said, "und tinually,. I am, of $2.r,000,000 Ibo day tho merger continued night ami dny shifts ut I ho Yours very respectfully, goes Into effect, making the bank pneklngNhouses." Edward K. Cook, (Continued on Figs roar) so hunger-maddenefllt-lll- rolled up, Jumped into tho ring of service. I'll tell you it's no wonder we went over tho top and just kept on going. Wo simply bad to stop short off, or thcro is no telling how much we would bavo gotten. I am absolutely convinced now that tho bigger the undertaking tho quicker will Berea produco the results. Always ready to do their part and a little more, and I feel suro thai should the need be laved before us tomorrow of double tho amount just raised, that evorynne who Just gavo would readily doubbi their subscriptions and gladly say it is with a heart of thanksgiving that wo are permitted to give of our substanco to Midi a cause. I wish you all might know how Bob Spenco with his Boys and Girls' Clubs, only a baud full here and there, caught the. spirit and brot in nearly a hundred and fitly dollars. In most cases real sacrifice. How good K. T. Fish felt when ho signed for one hundred dollars, for straightway did be go into Walnut Meadow returning with over flvo hundred dollars. How Bob Chris-ma- n shut up shop and went day or night, rain or shine after bogs, ducks, turkeys, geese, cash or credit, buy, sell or exchange; and brot in, or helped to bring in, nround a How. good tho thousand dollars. Victory Girls led by Mario Bower felt when they said, wo givo two hundred dollars. How Uncle Jako Herndon went into tho Glado among our colored brethren returning with enough due dollar bills to choke a cow. Ilow Hudson and Vo-g- el accepted their work of going to tho rural sections, facing an almost impossible task with sickness in almost every home. How tho ladles with their leader, (Mrs. McGuiro, went from door to door on overy -- x Queen Give Up Her Paris has a motor car mail lino to a, Throne. Lexington, Danville, Louisville, Cincinnati and intervening points. While tho mail molor car nrne nine nmiperio service will be a permanent thing nt.ua nuLL hi uhuoollo lime-ttimo will Ihe schedule from f'he subject to change. Tho car car-- j ries nothing hut mail and parcel More Than 100 German Army Officer! Killed by Mut.noui Troops post packages, no passengers. at o Lexington is to have a Memorial Fund for her soldier and sailor heroes in the great war. to bo realof tho ized under the direction Board of Commerce. movement, This is a nation-wid- e tho idea of which has been germinating during the course of. the war, n and which has become since tho recent cessation of hostilPractically all the larger ities. cities of tho nation and numerous small ones are planning to establish a memorial fund of somo character or description to the boys who bavo gone lo light. full-grow- Socialists Storm Parliament in Vienna. Queen Wllhclmlmt. Is causing anxiety at The Hague, according to the Dally Loudon, Nov. 10. The threatening nttltudc of extremists ill Holland, whr have demanded the nlidlcatlon ol Impress Grave Crisis in Holland. l'he llngtie. Nov. 10. The Dutch government has Issued proclamation 11 urgently appealing for the of citizens In a "grave crisis." It say (he minority Is threatening to seize I Miner and declares Its determination to maintain authority and order. Mackensen's Army Revolts. Nov. 10. The greater part of the forces under Field Marshal Mackcnscn, In command In ltoutuaida, has Joined the revolution, the Hilda-lH's- t says, according to a Copenhagen dispatch to the lOxchange Telegraph company. Reds Storm Vienna Parliament. Paris, Nov. HI. Socialists stormed the Austrian parliament hulldlng In Vienna Wednesday and tried to enter the chandler where the new state Shots were council was In session. llred before order eould he restored, ami '.'0 persons In the crush outside the hulldlng were Injured, according to dispatches reaching here. President Dlnghofer denied that the tiring begun from the parliament hulldlng. I The new national Hag of three bauds, retl, while and red. was hoisted over the building, hut soon afterward someone removed the white bund a- d the crowed cheered the red Hag. A party of socialists occupied the olllces of None Frele Presse and brought out special editions advocating the establishment of socialist republic 11s In Germany. 100 Hun Officers Slain. London. Nov. 10. More than 100 men, mostly Herman olllcors, have been killed In disorders In Brussels, and. soldiers' councils have been formed In that city nnd at Antwerp, iiccnrdlng to an Amsterdam dispatch to the Telegraph company, tpioting ihe Telegniuf. Indou, Cnip Knox, at Stitbton, now in process of construction, will bo completed and maintaincdVby tho government as a permanent artillery (raining cantonment in connection with the artillery firing center at West Point, according lo an announcement' made by W. P. Dale, Director of the United Slates Employment Service for Kentucky, after the receipt of advices from Major W. II. lladclilT, construction iuarlermaster in charge of the work. Mr. Dale said that, according to his advices, instructions had been for the completion of four of the six brigade units of the cantonment, providing accommodations for 10.000 men instead of the 00,000 soldiers it had been originally planned lo send there. Ar.-K- Various appeals ,to tlte United States have been made to alter tho terms of tho armistice with tho purpos3 of increasing the food supply of Germany. Such an appeal has been mado by tho Cbancclor, another by Dr. Solf, tho Minister of Foreign Affairs, and a third by the women of Germany to Mrs. Wilson. Such notion is roufiriliwl hv nmn nc """" Propaganda to hasten p&e. mea- of their enthusiasm tatlons Many of the men had been newly sures or make them more lenient. It uniformed and all of them were "tml- - is, however, more likely an cxprcs- Ished" as though for Inspection. The Sivn of the restlessness of the pco- inen appeared to he eager for the .word pie. to go forward. The relatively small units that are moving forward us Preparations for the Peace Conguards were sent to the line daylight. The night had been gress are already under way. Vercold ami the mud that still marks the sailles has been chosen as tho place, roads, notwithstanding there have and one of the old palaces is being been two or three days without rain, fitted up for the sessions. The was slightly frozen. The men shiver- methods of procedure arc also uned as. they rested hy the roadside. der consideration and it is probWhen the comiuiiiid limilly was given for the advance the men who were to able that special questions will bo push forward, in some cases miles taken up by committees and then apart 011 the long line between the ex- discussed by the Congress as a treme left ami right, turned olT Into whole. the mists, that uppear. always to shroud this part of the country, and The spread of democracy has now disappeared. For the llrst time since the Ameri- included Holland, and a demand is cans had been ordered to ndvnnce Into being made that Queen Wilhelmina enemy held territory there was assur- should abdicate. She has always ance that they would encdunter no been a good ruler apd popular on hostility. The Intelligence Depart- the whole, but her husband is a ment, which has never censed to function, had accurately reported that the Gorman and hasjHt several ocwere currying out their casions mado himself obnoxious to German agreement of cvncuutinn and there the Dutch. The subservient attiwas evidence of the belief, botll b.V tude f the crown to Germany durolllccrs and men, that no trap was ing tlie war is another cause of disawaiting them. No chance were ta- content, and the presence of tho ken, however. The engineers were the German Emperor in Holland does second nulls to' press forward, and begun their work of not help the feeling. tliey carefully looking out fol- mines and poisoned water. Kvery obstacle was tested Dr. Massaryk, thu president of the it was moved In order to 11ml out Czeeho-Slovrepublic, has Kor some new If It masked explosives. time the (ieminns have shown a spirit started for the field of his labors. In Informing the Amer- He has expressed an opinion that of icans where mines were located and the United Stales must assist the III themselves destroying them. new nation with money and in It was some iime after the engi- many other ways. His capital will neers moved forward before the heav- bo tho old city of Prague, mado faier columns took tlie roads. The en- mous by the deeds of John Huss, tire army dually was moving, and the Bohemian reformer of tho fourmoving along the lines of peace days, It might teenth century. i'.ut it was In such order that quickly be transformed Into battle ur- g he-foe ak With tlie American Army In 1'inm-eGeneral Pershing's forces mined Iti terrltory Jim abandoned by Hie (i,.i mini troops. On tin- - nlil lino, between .Mniir.iin nml Thlaeourt, lying from tin region of Set In to the south of Met' Hie troops Iniil lieeli stationed to uwiih orders for the advance, mid the pntrnlsj marched out, not In line of lialtle. hut In columns along the high roads which arc only slightly Impaired. The llrst steps of Ihe American Into regions so lately controlled hy (iermany were not spectacular. The men were keyed up and keen for the new adventure, 'hut, like they were 011 the day of the slgn-luof the armistice, there were com- . 11 nwr Hrir. There is still much restlessness and uncertainty in regard to inter- nal conditions" of Germany, but mere are signs of a more settled government with some conscrva- itive men joined to tho radicals in tho new Cabinet. Changes in tho Constitution will bo mado to bring into legal form the now order of things. "kmty brigade - 11 operation under an armistice; that,,,, da, foots al)out slxty.0tght war still exists and that the posslhII- - fa , , Q lly remains that nt any time It may ls l 1,0 ",ado for a shrmkago be necessary for them to play their un part with the same grlinness of the "' Ho hills in. tlie hands of tho last year. not ouly with the who may he foilud of KuTl' am 'rl' V1rit,us was coxered by a regiment of 77 the heavier artillery figuring up their bills of cost for following close behind. The Hanks of (iermany to pay, and the peoplo of the aihanclng column were well proj that country may well realize that tected. It has been Impressed on of-'- u (ask of great- proportions looms Peers and men alike that this Is an np beforo them.' The bill of Franco - "" reace tiongre.ss. (eriiiau soldiers, eiim r as stragglers or voluntary ptis- oners, but with the civilian population Looting lias been sternly forbidden. nml even souvenir hunting ulso have It lias. been plainly been forbidden. Impressed upon the men that property is Inviolate anil that those persons villi whom they cotnV In contact must bt regarded as enemies. BRITISH MEET FOE WARSHIP JPan has undertaken tho ta3k of Siberia in obtaining food aidit supplies. This will bo an important undertaking, as many Russians aro movini? eastward seeking now homos , Asin, j nnssi, T,nnn s nnlv a small country compared with Siberia, but she produces, large supplies compared with her sizo. Her peoplo aro thrifty and industrious. Humors aro in circulation that tho terms of Ihe armistice aro not boing observed by tho Germans in somo cases. Sailors aro reportcd'to bavo sunk somo of tho ships that should have been turned over to tho Allies. In evacuating tho territory of tho French anil Belgians, tho retreating armies aro carrying with them considerable plunder, in violation of tho terms of the armistice. Armistice Delegates From Revolutionary Faction Confer With Admiral Beatty at Sea. London, Nov. 10. The German warship Koenlgsburtf, which put out from a German port on the 13th with tirml-stlcdelegates from the revolutionary faction on board, wus met by British warships and escorted to a certulu point at sen. where Admiral Heatty of the Urltlsh navy received the Gennun ilelegutes proposiils for currying out tho "naval terms of the unuUtlce, It U Warship Arrives in Neutral Water. learned here. Stockholm. The German armored coast defense wmsol Itcowiilf arrived Aerial Lines Planned. Paris. The French Government Is In the Northern Stockholm Archipelstudying a proposition for the crea- ago. The otssel will bo Interned, Othtion of about -- 0 aerial lines, counect-Iti- g er vessels of the German llullle licet Paris with thu chief town's of are opcclcd to urrlve In Swedish , Franco and tlie iircat foreign centers. waters. o Page Two THE CITIZEN Novombcr 21, 1018. School News from Various Departments COLLEGE j Soldiers' Letters CORP. McGUIRE IN GEORGIA RIOTS CONTINUE SHELL SHOCK CURED Ft. Mcl'hcrson, On., IN GERMAN Physicians Say Ailment Is "War Tell dad I saw Brack Short tho November 15, 1018. other day for tho first timo since Neurosis." VOCATIONAL Prof. T. A. Edwards, Camp Sheridan. IJorca, Ky. Sannuinary Disorders Tell nil my friends "hello" for mo Further Tho following letters were written Deal4 Professor: Men "Scared Stiff" Often Qet Oick say I expect to sco them all by and Occur in Berlin, Essen by members of tho class in Husincss At last I am back in good old U. i. to Normal In Ten Christmas. English of the Vocational Depart- S. A. Can you sort of imagino how and Danzig. Onco upon a timo there were ment, Your letters arc tho best reading and were sent homo by tho we feel? Well, it certainly was a some college traditions, Timid; but writers, in an effort to help in tho "happy day when wo landed at I have, so writo as often as you the American Annies In With they were all shot to pieces before War Work Fund can, and be as cheerful as you can. Newport News, Va. drive: REVOLT IS STILL. SPREADING Prance. Shell shock Isn't shell shock you came on. You need havo no From your loving son in France, Wo had a very pleasant trip comlifter nil. It's war neurosis, so doctors John J. Hook fear of innocently breaking, any of hnve discovered. ing over; was ten days making tho tho ancient laws of tho academic lloom 210 Kentucky Hall, Thnt takes nil the prestige nnd disNew Government Announces State of trip. Tho Navy doctor and sailor CAPTAIN C. C. WITT WRITES zone by saying 'How do you do?' to Korea Oollcge, Jierca, Ky. so tinction out of being n Siege Hat Deen Lifted boys sure did treat us dandy. Our the, wrong person, or sitting on tho Dear Dad: Mr. A. H. Witt, formerly n resimuch so tlut a lot of people who know Republic to De eats consisted of chicken, beefsteak, wrong bench, or wearing the wrong! about It won't even admit there's shell dent of Kentucky, within eight in tho letter I sent home, Sunday, Proclaimed Saturday. eggs, ico cream and all kinds Here's why: shock anywhere. kind of a hat. Wc aren't giving tii j forgot to mention about tho big bam, miles Of Bcrca, is hero on a visit of good pies. They would Inko all from Parsons, Kansas. Mr. Witt Were you ever surprised speechless hang about such things Just now. . M. C. A. drive they are having Copenhagen. Nov. 1(1. Murine tin Hint's Hie nme n, and use your here, ami most likely one just liko of us bed patients out on deck most has a son, Captain C. C Wilt, serv revolution In llcrlln 100 persons were or scared slllT? Well.you Act liko a thing going on within as when you every day f n1 rvf killed Irtt lint Glnl to! ftnnnrtmnnt Judgment; that's all. Tho best ac- it in Detroit. 1 thought probably mid hurled In the Frledrlch shell shock. The fel, icsien.ay was my nrsi ume to do lh(, A ,, on, strnse churchyard, according to r' bine count you can givo of yourself is, you had been too busy to stop and Frnnce T, low who went time after time to proto keep smilingl If you are un- think much about it, except to give out of bed. I was in whec chair .,5 Mr wm reclved ports rccchcd here. nf pose to ids girl nnd couldn't make hi for two or thrco hours, am then got i(, promolion (o tno Captaincy comfortable, grin! If the sergeant an amount the collector might ask. tongue work, had the same thing, only Loudon, Nov. 1V The of " jolts your sensibilities, ' checrl If bo is just paid to canvas a neigh on n smaller scale than they do at in too army, i )Ci"6 ,n bci1 for four for efficient scrvico nt nt Itnm must Following is a letter from Captain the front. If the military proctor gets borhood and has no enthusiasm youj 7,"k aflcr hullcl, nrrordlng In OoiiontuiKi'ii ill These discoveries nbout what they your goat, let him have it; probably would give what you were Witt, written to his father and palrh to ihc Dnlly Kxpri'H, rt'olv-. , , y ' M.y ?c sister, which has been handed to to oiiomc tln ri'Milutlon mid reinstate ued to call shell shock nre Interesting c,onVns f?. l' there are more goats to be bad. asked but not your share. anil valuable, because they show Hint lMn il ,s S,nS a liltlo The cilizen fnP plication. He is the The college had gone to war all of Tho very fact that tho fighting1 p"i otllcers. They dcrldt-to ily the the victim merely hns lost control over ",v-' " I prouu miner ot a noy, mittnunl lint: ItiMcml of the red line. d "" it lock, stock, and barrel the part of tho war is over is not a good some faculty lie may stutter or Ids Attend everything that looks like reason for anyone to refuse to give, a half. Of course I can not tell how born gjncc ,10 wenl ,n Krance. More Rioting In Germany, head may shake or he may have the strong it will be. After all. I guess near sislcr nn Da(1. a patriotic meeting. Give your old as the Y. M. C. A. still has a great flenern, Nov. 10.- - Further sntittiln trembles, but It's far from being Inan,i nln Aii. nry disorders nn- - rejHirted to Jmvc oc curable. Am f,,0iin duds to the Belgians. Save up your deal of work to do, to take care of I am quite lucky, considering some Am curred In Merlin, Ksen and Danzig. cash for the United War Work the men held "Over There" for of tho ugly wounds somo of the are slill giving them II- .Inst as the chap who wants to proTim new llcrlln Kovrrninent, ncrord pose finally gets his tongue nnd gets, Campaign Fund. The college stu- guard duty. Their wbolo work is tellows have, especially thoso that oniv snrrv t am no nn inn frnni their eye sight and got thoir me helping them. No, I am still tnc to the Frankfort Zeltunif, nftrr the Idea over to her, so the dents led the country, last year, in not only to afford amusement but to im reslstnnre from tin- - Independent pntlent gets buck to himself ngaln. laces an torn up. jn tnc roar nn, reasonably safe, un- 'donations tq these movements homc-lik- o study rooms and furnish Now it is all over, and how glad jcss a nrick fus on my headf or an Kocin lints, luis resolved thnt as sooiij Doctors got busy nnd figured nut Just now combined for one big drive in give each man a chance to increase we should be. I don't think they automobile turns over mo. So don't as the husincss program has been set whnt ordinary shell shock Is. 'Nobody November. tied It will tnke up the ilcstlon ol Is scared of It ntiy more, since It enn his knowledge. This takes a great gave Germany any too much for tho worry, !"'1 Until we can gel into the fight, deal of money, and must he paid by wcn t do get up the convorntlon of a nntlotinl nssrnv tie cured, sometimes In less than ten way wo were treated. there, I am too lucky. With a dear My. ourselves, let's do our best to brace the folks at home. minutes. Hail several letters from Mr. Tay- little wife and a A dispatch received hrrc from llcrlln boy logo up the other fellows who arc in it. The b,"t cure. It seems" Is to put Lew will probably be one of thoso Any student who finishes this ac- that will profit by this, - so, dad, lor while in hospital in France. back to, cannot afford to stay in! ""J" 'be new Kovcrnniciit hn put your mind on practical nnd concrete llslicd Its proKrnm In a proclamation. work. Wnsbing dishes, sawing 0 log. ademic year with money In his don't let the opportunity pass you; Suppose he Ts gtill over there. this country. Plan Universal Suffrage. or knitting sox would he good for shell Just received my first mall from 'trousers has somc'tliTng wrong un- do all you can for him while he is How are you, dad, and aro you The iiroolntimllon .announces that shock because they would give you home yesterday. They all seem to till working at the Shops? 1 rc- der his vest. doing his bit for us. be sick with the influenza. Sister reived your letter, Allih, nnd d0 not the Ktnte of slrce hns hccti rnised something you enn concentrate your Wo used to chaff the chap who Yours lovingly, that has been. Teal sick, hut brother fail in write as often as you, can to even there Is to he full liberty for all. mind nnd hnnds upon. was tighlcr'n an old tire on a rusty Catherine hospltnl they work In the functionaries, to form associaseems t0 think she is improving. Jo, and she will do the same, rim; now we despise him. "Raus tions; (ho censorship, Incluillne thnt nn mnnual training objects, making fellows were taken out of this though she says that son of ours on theatricals. Is abolished ; there Is toys, building boxes, boats nr making mit him!" (He can understand ward yesterday with tho "flu." . i takes up an awful lot of her time. to he designs. that sentence, being part Boche). Anything one can concenof speech and of Bcrea, Kentucky, I supposo you arc very busy with It seems ho has tho habit of cry-yoSo, don't be timid, Timid, about amnesty for political offenses, trate nn ts good. Nov. 11, 1918 of the law of national nuxll-InrJust figurine out whnt the proposianything but grouehiness and sting- My Dear Daddio school work. I am anxious lo ing quite frequently, but suppose service; an cltlit hour work dny tion Is has taken nil the honor and iness. The only offenses you can As I sit in my room this eleventh sec B(rea folks once more; still they all do. Giiosa I even did. nnd universal direct secret snffrnce, danger out of shell shock, nnd since Have received three or four possibly commit this year are sore- day of November, rejoicing over tho guess everything is so different and ness atnd tightness. wc would hardly know tho tcrs from my friends back home, with pro(Kirtlonai representation for nobody's sea nil of It. everybody gets recent news that has just reached both sexes above twenty years old, for well pretty ipiirkly. Most of the boys j and they all have assumed Iho job elections us, of the greatest victory that the place. . go right back to the trenches nnd nevto nil public bodies. Should be glad to hear from you. of being a Godfather to him until world has ever known, I feel happy, The (iroclainiltlon iyn ttir victims nf er get It ngaln. NORMAL ho will have the tlchtlti). during the last few days j I get back, so supposo and yet in other respects I feel as Whero are your boys? plenty of attention. It almost breaks inside Oreater Berlin shall be hurled Your friend, if 1 havo been a slacker. The Teacher's Reward Cpl. B. H. McGuiro my heart, though, not to be able to titcethei In the cemetery where the INTERNED YANK TRIES FLIGHT I have begun to realize more and Who is the most influential man victims of the IMS revolution were see him. each day, that, you and I have or woman in your neighborhood? In more Lieutenant Duncan Caught by Swln The. war is not over yet by any buried. your town or Stale? Is it not a not done our part in helping win LETTER FROM JOHN J. HOOK Sentence Pillagers to Death. After Dold Attempt to Eicape means, but il fs at least much closer l,,is war a"'1 for comfort of our teacher .or a supervisor of teachers? From Camp. The Vossche Zeltunc publishes n France, October 10, 1918. lo it than it was this timo last year, What men of the United States are ear "feammies.." My dear, dear Mother: and It certainly has a different as- notice to the public that persons ncaln For the past few days I'vo wanted most influential today? Tho Prcsi- fJenevn. Lieutenant Duncan, will he permitted III the streets nflcr the I received a letter from you today pect; and even nftor peace is deAmerican nvlator who, with n compandent of tho United Stales, many of to bo with you, just you and I alone, dark until H p. in. The same newspathat was written September 18th. clared it is going to lako us all some per nnnounces the arrest of two civil- ion, Innded In the .turn 'Alps with his the governors of the stales havo and recall lo your mind tho last been teachers. A largo number ofwords brother said before sailing: That is pretty good for such a dis- time to get back, anil I have no ians and ihree soldiers for plllntlui:. ilnihiinuged machine n month ago und won Interned, made hold but futile educators and congressmen were 'Dad, be sure and pray for your son tance, I think. I hopo that by now hopes of being in America again They were sentenced to death. nttempt to escape from the Internment Revolt StU Spreading. and givo beautifully to tho great you have received some of the many before a year has passed. Just and aro teachers. The revolutionary movement Is camp at Andermntt on Wednesday think, the boy will bo walking and There is no work in which one, cause." Arc you still bearing thoso letters I have sent you. Say, what was Dad doing over in talking by that .'lime, and won't spreading stroncly In Kast l'russln. A night. may be engaged where advancement words in mind? Or, are you still lie made n rope with bedclothes nnd"" Hemlolllclal dispatch from llcrlln reis so rapid, where the demand for going on in tho usual manner try- W. Va.? Was he carpentering or even know his own dad when ho ports that KoeniKsburi;, Atlensteln. slid down the wall around the I "'ink a parent working in the Machinery Depart- - soos "im- strength, vision, sympathy, leach-in- cr ing to accumulalo more worldy but when he wns some distance Giimblniieii, nnd Loetzeli are from the ground the rope broke and ability so far exceed the supply. goods for no other causo than for ment? I wish I had been there to misses the best part of his child's In the hands nf revolutionists. bo with him, but I have a harder lifo w,lon h" cannot see him grow AH lines of business are competing you, yourself, to livo in luxury upThe revolutionary governments nt Lletitennnt Duncan wns badly Injured, job than he has. I havo been going rr,,m a small mrant Into a man. lie continued Ids nttempt to escape, Mnnnhclm. Dustntt, nnd Ileldelberi; and offering largo inducements for on?" ln and writo when you have summoned the grand duke of however, nnd walked In the direction thoso very qualifications which suc Suppose brother should come night and day since September 10, . of docschenen, nlong the railroad line. linden to abdicate. cessful teaching reveals more quick- - homo and, as he steps up, tho first and I'm too busy and tired lo writo can Ills eccnpe, however, wns discovered Your ,ovlnB brother and son, Prince Frfedrfeh Quits. ly and more clearly than almost any. word ho says would be: "Well, much, but when wo get back for a almost Immediately, nnd the nlnrm Prince Frledrlch of Wnldcc "rest period,': I'll write you a long Captain C. C. Wilt, Co. M, 153rd other kind of work. It has been dad, what did you do for us Inf. American E. F. APO 901, Via hns voluntarily rcllmiulshcd his gov- was sent out by telegraph and telelettpp. suggested that teaching ability is 'boys?" Would you be able lo look ernment, according lo n Iteuter dis- phone. fow York, I was so happy to get a letter from so essential to success that the time, him in tho face and say, "Son, I There' Is n long tunnel Iwtvren An- patch from Copenhagen. derrnntt and OocscWnen, and when will come when po school or college gave all in my power." Or, would dear old dad, mailed at Berca. Mr.1 (Wnldeck I'yrinont. with n iopuln-tiothe nt later emerged from It he was will grant a degree to any candi-'yo- u stand back and exclaim. "Well. Burgess had said in his last letter to of 100.000, Is one of tho smnllest arrested. He was taken hack to An dale until he has shown that he has! tho war is over now, I don't supposo me, that, ho was going to try to get states In the Gremnn empire.) HERE'S ONE BARBER dermntt anil Hie guard nt the camD dad again, when ho found out his tno anility to teach. Men who have, 1 need to do anything?" Set Up Republic Saturday. wns doubled. WHO KEEPS SILENT prnven their ability to direct a address. Vienna newsIindnn, Nov. I want to be ablo to step right up paper announces that the system arc in demand for all and say, "Dad and I gave to the Y. My job is to hand up ammunition school toniliin. It's In the Dally Mirrepublic will be proclaimed .Sakinds of private business. M. C. A. Wo gave lo the Red Cross. to the dumps just back of tho lines, ror, mi It nniHt Jie true. turday. Kmperor Chnrles' request that WILSON NAME ON MEN'S GARB Is thero any other lino of work I sewed for (ho Belgians, and wo and it's suro hard driving one of In Muswcll hill, which Is in he be HTinltted lo reside In Vienna as which offers so many opportunities did all wc could to promote tho theso "squads" at night, with no North London, Is a burlier who n private citizen has been refused, acPresident Supplants King Georflo V. light at all, but that of the stars, for rapid development as the work cause." picks up a Hlute and hIiovoh it In cording to an Amsterdam dispatch. on Latest French Popular of teaching? In what other occupaDo you remember tho little brown through rain and mud and all kinds front of Ids imtlent. Style Label. tion can one find so many lasting bungalo on tho hill just above the of conditions. It contains such phrases nn: MercRanta Mine Coal. I have been shot at by enemy cansatisfactions of life? Tho livo and highway that you gave mo last win "Hair cutl" "Shave?" "Don't Paris. The name, of President Wil Logan, W. Va. Twenty flvo busiuse clippers." "Short at the growing teacher! finds a greater va- ter? nons and machine guns and fellows ness men proved their patriotism when son hns Kupplniited those of King hack." riety of real enduring satisfactions After studying the matter over in airplanes, many times, but havo they donned overalls nnd spent half a (leorge V of Hnglntnl and of tho Into lie Is Mono deaf and never In life than any other human being, ' clnsolv. T fppi nn if I warded In enn. never been hit. day In the coal mines nenr here. They Kmperor Nicholas of Itussln as a label spcuks a word. CXCept hO bo engaged in the work irjiin(n n cnnsidernhln nmnunl Inlhn One Hoebe dropped a bomb from loaded 100 tons of coal und presented for populur Htyles In men's wearing apparel In tho Paris whops. nf teaching, tho it may be called by v. M c Ai an(1 jn lll0 mcantjmo bo "" airplane so closo to my truck their wages to tho Ited Cross. somo oiner name. mnkinL n orrn snnriiinn- - en. i wnni ' that it threw (I rt all over me. but I At this timo when there is so you to sell il and contribute half of pulled out my "45" and sent seven GERMANS DESERT LOOT IN FLIGHT FROM FRANCE great need for teachers, when our tho proceed to tho Y. M. C. A. lead bullets after him. Then nine country is seeking for teachers lo I'm suro you can't refuse; and, other "planes" camo down nnd shot 'tend abroad as well as to supply after doing that, won't you and I nt us with machine guns. May bo 1 our own need, wo are expecting an feu, jep lhan ,f WQ ,m( not you don't think wo shot nt them , unusiinl attendance In all teacher with our rifles and pistols. Wo snnr.innn9 nt nnrn U T rr.1- .i !! Tc I ill. .11 ),ls will deprive mo of, drovo them off all right s'"nfe' Normal School is making an unusual many comforts in life, but it's a " all tho ' '''" an "automatic effort lo find room for tho great small thing to comparo with tho 11,111 avo an count ' number who aro seeking ndmission great sacriflco our American boys wil" il nml t,,on look my rif,c at tho beginning of tho Winter made, and aro making. I've- seen many n dead IJocho and Term. It now nppears that long beI'loaso sco to Ibis at onco nnd, in! havo becomo used to tho sight. I fore tho opening day all available tho interim, bo thinking over what' turned 0110 over nnd cut a button rooms will bo engaged. This is an a great opportunity thero is yet!'n" his coal as a souvenir for you. interesting fact and shows that the afforded you, in order that you may I have it in my pocket now. I'm livo. energetic young men nnd wodo your part. It is not too late, oven1 Hitting in (ho ruins of nn old French men of the mountnin region aro though tho world is at peace, to do' twn, by a flro built in tho open, to awaking to their privileges and op keep warm. I wish you could sco theso things. pnrtunlty for service to tho Counsomo of tho things I'vo seen sinco I Your littlo girl, try. landed here. Inez I expect to be able lo tell you, ACADEMY when I get bnek, thai I'm Just as Valuable Thermometer. Athletics A new thermometer, I'lenn, all tho way round, n when The Academy still victorious! II claimed to tuko ten measurements a I left, but perhaps I am harder to I has always been famous for ILs second, depends nn the varying elec- get along with. trical resistance of a very Hue wire of athletics. Bay mother, you haven't sold tho In the last November election one OS parts of platinum and :tr of Iridium. lleo, havo you, or has dad got it of its former graduates, Miss Hazel The wire can be used up to 1.8.10 de- wllh blm in Herea? I hope to enjoy grees O. and galvanometer Gnwoll, Casper. Wyo., of the class ed In u circuit Indicates Hie connect- it some when I get back. That won't resistance .of 1011, in tho race for District und tlio temperature. The Instrument bo long either, I think, for wo havo opponent (n man) Is especially adapted for measuring tho Huns running. Tell tho boys 'lm' '''eniiuns hitvt been forced to iilmiidou huge stores of loot In their hurried illght from nine. Clerk out ran her oil., ed leaving bin behind at tho half-wa- y tho temperature changes In the cylin- the ft. II. engines over hero arc built h' orKmi'ed looting parties, great ciunnllllen of uppllen were foraged from occupied 1'renih towns. This French ""-- ' l"""e library of Monidldler ",k"' how,1 " ''.UK" l"""1,,t,"H" of mark when she reached the goal. ders of ftcum or explosion engines. The hnokn wero Just liko autos, so they can shift " k"1," I,'I,"","':,rupI'enemy to taken uwuy, but tho French udvuuce was no rupld thut tho plan win thwarted "Can you state, in this department of your valued paper, soma of the college traditions which a newcomer ought to know? Timid Freshman." Mln-ute, German-Austriahe-macn-w11 tniM-llu11 " shell-shocsix-pound nhell-shnck al-Tfre-dnnwrit-Incur let-ne- w ! ' Tho Academy congratulations. Department scrub tho gears, and they aro gas engines, loo. CITIES to ( 11 A' bnr-rnck- s, n 1(1.--- A Dcrmim-Aus-Iria- n ; ,,. dK 1 - j ipilck-uelln- g 11 1 ' Albert IDepewc AND CH EF LLFkv 4 D M WW J PETTVnFPfrPff wa? " BATTLESHIP CASSArD iukrci. WJNNER OF THE CROIX DE GUERRE Zl SYNOPSIS. CHAITKIt N. Drpew. author of the story, cnlltta In tlio United mates Jiavy, serving four years and RltaininK tho rank of chief petty ofllccr, nut-clas- s gunner. soon from CHAITKIt II-urent war starts tie after navy Is Imnorahljr discharged the. unj ha sails for France with a, determination to enlist. CHAITKIt III lie Jolna tlio Koretim LrRlon and Is assigned to the dreadnaugtit lasaard where his marksmanship wuia Tlie him hlKh honors. CHAITKIt Is detached silji ana sent Willi a rexlment offrom the l.Klun to riniidera where lie soon finds himself In the front line trenches. CHAITKIt He Is detailed to artillery and makes the acquaintance the the ' .fa , the wonderful French gunsof that have saved the day for the allies on many a battlefield, llefure srelne uny action, he Is ordered back to his regiment la the front lino trenches. CHAITKIt iroes "over the top" and "sets" his first dertnan In a new his V-- ChL bay-on- et company takes part lls CHAITKIt In another raid on the Herman trenches and shortly afterward usslsts In stupplnr a fierce charge of the Huns, who are mowed down as they cross No Man's Land. CHAITKIt VHI-S- enf to Dlimude with dispatches, I)epew la cauicht in a Zeppelin raid, but escapes unhurt CHAITKfTlX-l- le la shot through the thljcli In a brush with the Hermans and Is sent to a hospital, where ho quickly recovers. CIIAITKR X --Ordered hack to sea duty. IX'pew rejoins the Cassard, which makes lateral trlpa to the Dardanelles as a condor Tlie Cassard Is almost twittered to pieces by the Turkish batteries. CHAITKIt XI The Cassard takes part In many hot enKHjifincnts In the memorable (lulllpoll cumpalgn. Is a member of CHAITKIt a landing party whtrh fierce flKlitlnK In tho trench; at GalllpolL "i llAlTKIl'XIII-Afi- er an unsuccessful trentii raid. lJerww trln to rescue two.' wounded men In No Man's but both . file befure he can rru li the. trenches. ew wins the Croix CHAITKIt de lluerre for bruvery In similng thiouitli a. terrlllc artillery tire to summon aid to tils comrades tu an advanced post. tils twelfth trip to CHAITKIt XV-- On tli lMrduiiellos, h Is wounded In u naval engagement awl, lifter recuterlnir In a hospital at Ilreet, bn Is discharged from ervlre and sails for New York on the steamer (! cor etc. Vll-lXH-IVpew MV-Uep- I was tofd tliia riotirtTitTiTlTTiTiil tlui Knlscrlicho Marine were sunk In HiIh engagement. J Imvo seen pictures of Bitllori from the Werft who were prisoners nt Interment camps. When we nrrhod nt lirest the wounded were taken from tlio ship In Stretchers mill after we liiid been rest-im- I for ubout fifteen minutes on tlio dock put Into ambulances nnd rushed to tho hospital. On tlio wny those who rould leaned out of tho ambulance and hud it great time with thu people ulong the streets, mnny of whom they knew, was n Droit ship. And for thi' d of course the women nml children jelled, "Vivo In France 1" and were Khid to see tho boys iiguln, oven though they were hndly douo up. .Some of our men were bandaged nil over tho face utid heud nnd It was funny when (hey had to tell their mimes to old friends of theirs, who did not recocnlzo them. Ah xoon an one of tho lirest people rccoKtilzed a friend off ho would ko to Ret clsurettes und other things for him nnd Koine of them almost heat tl.s to the hospital. I do not know, of course. Just whnt the BtirKeon.s did to me, hut I lienrH that they hud my eyelmll out on my cheek for utmost two hours. At any rntu thoy xaod It. The HiIkIi woumN were not dniiKerouH In themselves and If It had not lieen for tho toukIi treatment they got Inter on thoy would ho quite healed by this time, I am xuro. I really think I not n little extra attention In the hospital In mnny ways, Tor tho French wore at ull times anxious to show their friendliness to America. livery time my menls wero nerved there was a little American llitK on tho platter and always n Iiitko American line il raped over tho bed. I lind everythliiK I wanted Riven to mo at once and when I was able to, nil tho cigarettes I could smoke, which were not many. While I wis still In bod .In the hospital I received tho Croix do Ouerre, Cnx-snr- 'Xif course IT knocked mo down nml 1 lilt my hind n pretty hard crack on IQI I (The dny I received n letter from n man who had been In my company In tho Foreign Legion nnd with whom I hnd hern pretty chummy. HI letter wn partly In French nnd pnrtly In F.iiglHi. It wns nil nboiit who had been killed nnd who had been woundHo nlso mentioned ed. Murray's death, which ho hnd heard nhotit, nnd about my receiving tho Croix de (luerre. I wns wishing he had said something nbout llrown, whom I had not hennl from and who I knew would visit mo If lie hnd tho chnuco. Itut two or three days later I got I niiother letter from the sumo imin nml photowhen I opened It out tumbled graph. At first nil I saw wns that It was tho photograph of n man crucified with bayonets, but when I looked nt It closely I saw It was llrown. I falnled then, Just like a girl. When 1 came to I could hardly make myself think about It. Two of my pals gone I It hurt mo so much to think of It that I crti.litd tho letter up In my hand, hut later on I could read pnrtH of It. It said they hnd found llrown this way near Dlxmude nbout two days after bo had been reported mlNslng. So three of us went over und two stayed there. It seems very straugo to mo that both of my pals should be crucified and If I wore superstitious I do not know what I ''would think about It. It made me sick and kept me from recovering as fust as I would have done otherwise. Itntli llrown and .Murray wero good puis nnd very Rood men III n fight. I often think of them both and about Hie thin- - wo did together, but lately I have ti.od not to think about them much because It Is very sad to think what torture they must have had to stand. They wero both of great credit to this country. Tho American consul visited mo' quite often and I got to calling him Sherlock because ho asked so mnny questions. We played lots of games together, mostly with dice, pud had n l?rcat time generally. After I became convalescent he arg-iewith tue that I hnd seen enough, and though I really did think so however much I disliked what I had seen he got my discharge from the service on account of phys-- l leal Inability to discharge the usual duties. After I had been at the hospital for a little over a month I wns discharged from It, after n little party In my ward with everyone taking part and all the horns blowing and all the records except my favorite dirge played one after another. Sherlock arranged everything for me my passage to Now York, clothing, etc. I ran up to St. Nazalre and wiw my grnndmothcr, lonfed around n while and also visited Lyons. After n short time I returned to lirest und got my passage on the Oeorglc for New York. I had three trunks with me fult of things I had' picked up around Europe nnd had been keeping with my grandmother. Among my belongings were several things I should like to show by pho--' logrnphs In this book, but no one hut mermnlds can see them now, for down to the locker of Davy Jones they went. 11 d wiiioi ..uuiiL llilfly j in u5 nwny. She lowered n lifeboat nnd It mnde for the (leorglc, passing our men In tho wnter in they enmo nnd crnshlng them on the hend with bont- file" ...it Kt.i BERRY SHRUB LINSKY. ARMY LIFE PUTS BOYS IN SHAPE Dy FRANCES (Copyright, 1918. by the McClure Newspn- per nynnic me.) They Crashed Them on the Head With Ooat Hooks. books when they could reach them. I noticed that there were red kegs in the (ierinnn boat. When the lifeboat reached the Jacob's ladders I went over to the port side of the Oeorglc nnd then the Germans enme over the side nnd hoisted up the kegs. The Germans were armed with bayonets nnd revolvers. Some of them went down Into the engine. room and opened the sea cocks. About this time some of the Limeys cume up from the poop duck und I told them to stny where I was nnd that the Germans would tnke us over In lifeboats. Another squud of f'- -r innns hoisted eight of the dym t kegs on their shoulders nnd down Into No. fi hold with them. Mean time tho Gerinnns saw us up on tho boat deck and came up after us. And over went the I.ltneys. Rut I wnltvd nnd one or two' more waited with me. When the Germans came ur to us they had their revolvers oul anil were waving them around and yelling, "Gott strafe Knglandl" nnd tnlking ubout "schwolnhunde." Then the first thing I knew, I wns kicked ofl Into tho sen. I slipped off my trousers and coat and clogs, and, believe me. It wns not u case of ull tlressed up anC no place to go I Then I swam hard und caught up tt the Limeys who had Jumped first. Thej were asking each other If they were downhearted and nnswerlng, "Not s bit of It, me lads," and trying to sing, Tuck up your troubles In your old kit bag," only they could not do mucr singing on nccount of the wuves thai1 slipped Into their mouths every tltnt they opened them. That was Just lik Limeys, though. Some of the boys wero Just cllmblnj up the Jucob's ladder on the Moewf when the old Oeorglc let" out tin nwfu1 roar nnd up went the deck und the hatches high In the nlr In splinters Ono fellow let go his hold on the lad tier and went down and he never emm up. The Germans were making for Hit Jloewo lu the lifeboat und we reached It just before they did. Up the laddei we went and over the side nnd th first thing we caught sight of was the German revolvers In our faces drilling us ull Into line. The lifeboat brought back the ship's papers from the Goorglc und we hui roll cull. They kept us up on deck It our wet underwear and It wns verj cold Indeed. Then the first mnte and the old man and one of the German olllcers culled oft the names and wt found wo had fifty missing. Tho Itoche commander had gall enough to say that ho was not there to kill men but to sink nil ships that, were Mipplylng the allies I Ho said Kngland wus trying to starve Germany hut that they would never succeed nnd that Germany would starve the allies very soon. After roll call some of us nsked the Germans for clothes, or ut least a place to dry ourselves In, but Fritz could not seo us for the dust on the ocean and we Just had to stand there and shiver till wo shook the deck, almost. Then I went und sat down on the pipes thut feed the deck winches. They had quite u head of steam III! them und I was beginning to fee! more comfortable when I got u good clout alongside of tho head for sitting there nml trying to keep warm. It wns nj German gnrby und he sturted culling mo ull tho various kinds of schwetn-hund- o ho could think of und ho could think of u lot. Finally they mustered us all on another purt of the deck, then drilled us down Into the forecastle and read the martial law of Germany to us. At least I guess that Is what It wus. It might hnve been the "Help Wauled Dog Catchers" column from tho Merlin Lokal Taggnbhle for ull most of us knew or cured. It shows what curds tho Germans uru reading all those words to us shiver-- 1 lug garbles, who did not give u dime u dozen whether we heurd them or not. Fritz Is like some other hot sketches ho Is funniest when ho does not mean to be. lOvyry German Is u vuudevllle silt when ho ucts nutural. (To bo Continued) Whether he used to bo frail or strong, the doughboy Is becoming bl'l. one of the huskiest chaps on this side Scowling fiercely, he dragged his of the lino. War ngrees with tho heavy suitcase up the path, only to be American boy, Judging from the solid, met at tho verandn steps by n healthy-lookinyou sec specimens Individual who effectutrudging up und down tho lines nnd ally bnrred Ids further progress. holding them. "Can't come up tho front wny, It Is it series of surprises you have said the pompous ono. with the American army, continually "What the dev ," and then ns the meeting some husky whom you hardly full significance of the servant's recognize because back lu Stntes struck him, Mux Hnrdlng burst he was "that frail littletheWilliam Into n laugh. Jones." Under Uncle Sam's care ho "Maybe I can sneak In through the has grown shoulders of u football get washed up before I player, ami kitchen and he marches on n pnlr of greet the mater," he thought. "If she legs twice as stout us they used to be, ever catches me looking like this and you couldn't call him William If Hello, whew ew cw," nnd he whis- you had Ut his only mime Is Hill, now tled softly, for u remarkably pretty thnt girl sat directly In front of the kitch- class. he has Joined the heavyweight en door, shelling peas thus onco Despite the fears of the family for more blocking his progress. tho hoy, It has done him good to join "Have you a moment to spare," he up In Uncle Sam's army. His present nsked, removing his hat, and speaking healthy condition Is due to u number In his most engaging mnnner. of causes, not the least of which Is tho "I nm sorry, but I haven't," said physical training he bus undergone tov the young woman, very promptly, enable him to stand hardship. Tho chnp scarcely glancing up from her work. who couldn't take gymnasium nt high "Oh, ho," thought he, "not much en- school because he had a weak heart thusiasm here. Slay I show you some has become u doughboy who thinks of my wares?" with nn expressive nothing of marching ull- night with n glance In the direction of the pack on his back and then standing guard next day. "You may not," said the young womStrong as Blacksmiths. an, Just as promptly as before. Outdoor work almost continually "Well, do you mind If I sit down on tho lawn n minute?" he hazarded for and being tired enough nt the end of e. the day to drop down nnd sleep his third venture. bus been Just the thing to In"I do not." again responded the "fair lady of the peas." taking him In with ure the boy to hardships. He Is out g fel-leh- ," suit-ense. uny-wher- It wns it typical summer hotel ve nimbi. At least so thought n perspiring and very much disgusted younp mnn who looked up nt It from the bottom of the somewhat steep nnd very dusty hill. "An Adnmless Kden, I'll warrant," ho muttered. llrown us a young Indian from weeks of outdoor ramp life, and coven d with dust nnd persplrnlluu, certainly no one would have recognized In this very bedraggled young man Mux Harding, whose nrlstocratlc mother was a guest nt the hotel on the Former Weaklings Now Have Muscles Like a Blacksmith's Apprentice. INURED TO ALL HARDSHIPS Outdoor Work and Proper Food Make Huskies of Them Army Doctor Continually on Watch for Health of Men. With Franco. tho American Armies In CHAPTER XVI. , I turned clear. Received the Croix de Guerre. Captured by the Moewe. When tho tugs had cast off und nftet a while we hud dropped our pilot, 1 said to myself: "Now we uro off, and It's the Stutes for me end of the line fur as we go IF " Hut the! "If" did not look very big to me,! though I could see It with the naked1 eye ull right. I got up about four o'clock the next morning, which was Sunday, Decern-- j her 10, 1010 n dnte I do not think 1 will ever forget. As soon as I was dressed I went down to the forecastle peak and from thero Into tho paint locker, where 1 found some rope. Then back ugaln on deck, und mudj' myself a hammock,! which I rigged up on the bout deck,' llgtirfug that I would have u nice sun bath, ns the weuther hud at last glance. one So Max sat down on the little plot of grass In front of the house, and leaned his hend hack against the building, nnd closed his eyes. "Poor fellow," thought the girl, her sympathy aroused nt Inst, "he must be pretty tired. I'm afraid I was rather sharp with him. Well, he looks dark enough for one of those Syrlnn or Armenlnn peddlers, but he certainly doesn't talk llko one. I'll Just run In nnd get him n glass of raspberry shrub. It'll cool hint off before he goes." Slip wns back In a moment with a glass of delicious looking liquid, nnd, tapping the young mnn on the shoulder, she offered It to him. "Here, dtlnk this," slie said. "I'm sorry I couldn't stop to look at your Hnve you made many sales wares. "No, not one," answered Max. quite truthfully, nnd he swallowed the refreshing drink with genuine appreciation. Then, with mnny thanks, ho beat n hasty retreat nround to the front of the house once more. This time his mother wns seated on the verandn, and she greeted him effusively, but he managed to make her understand thnt n bath nnd some clenn linen wero the two most essential things In his llfo nt that particular moment, and so ho escaped to his room. Ho descended nbout nn hour later, looking very different In his white flannels, and his mother's pride shone In her eyes ns she greeted him. "Ami, Mnx," she snld, "there's tho I want you to loveliest girl here. meet her. Her name Is Anna Cabot." "Now, mother," he remonstrated. "Hut, Mux, dear, this one Is different I Hut wait she's promised to sit at our table tonight, and you'll see for yourself." "Well, no sign of your divinity yet, mother," snld Max, sonio minutes Inter, when they had started their "she's dinner j perhaps" hopefully changed her mind." "No, here she comes," said Mrs. Harding, and straight to their table came tho lady of his afternoon's not only in summer when It Is pleas- ant, but in ruin and wind, und his llfo has made him hard nnd rugg-- d, nnd n far better man physically than when he came to France. Jogging up nnil down roads on nn artillery caisson, or handling u huge truck, has given the former drug clerk muscles like those of the blacksmith's apprentice. The kind of food he has hud to eat has been encouraging, too. Good solid "chow," like beef, beans, potatoes and broad, make nnd they hnve lots of "chow" In the American wmy. It Is served up nt regular Intervals, and It builds muscles In the. soldier's anus nml legs nnd makes him shoulhave broader, better lllled-ou- t ders. They have dessert, too, in this man's army, hut Instead of the pies nml enkes of peace days, It Is rice pud dling, or canned fruit. Then the boy keeps pretty good habits with the army here In France, except for his night hours, which he becomes accustomed to, nml which he makes up with sleet) In the daylight hours when Germans could see him If he worked. The menus of going even on mild "teurs" are not nt the doughy boy's disposal In the army, und he Is too busy beating the Germans to think ubout anything hut his work, a situation which Is helpful to his state of mind, as well as his body. Ho Is learning good living and clean uny-wn- today?" habits In the army. I Was Able to Crawl on to the Turret Door. the steel deck, hut 1 was able to crawl on to the turret door. Just us 1 was ubout to cuter the tun was ilrcd. That particular charge happened to be defective. Tho hhell split and caused u buck lire and the cordite, tire und gas caiiie through the breech, which the explosion had opened. It must have been u piece of cordite which did It, but whatever It wus, It hit me in (he right eye and blinded It. Thu hull of tho eye wus saved by thu French surgeons and looks normal, but It pubis mo greatly sometimes und they tell me It will always he sight-Ichr- i. I wns unconscious Immediately from the blow und from tho quantity of gas which I mufct have swallowed. This gas did mo u grout deal of damage und glvvs mo dizzy tpells often to this day. I do not know what happened during tho rest or tho engagement, us 1 did nut reguln couscIoumiumi until three days luter at ecu. liut I heard lu tho hospltul that thu French Jeuuuo d'Aro und tho light cruiser Normandy wore In It us well us ourselves, thotfgh not at thu time I wus wounded, and that wo hud ull been pretty well battered. The Cussurd lost liti men tu tho engagement und hud 48 wounded. Some of 4ur turrets wero twisted Into ull man-ue- r of shapes nnd purt of our bow wus curried away. Unu of our was killed In the, cifnevnient. lieu-tenan- ts As soon ns I lind tho hammock strung I went down to tho linker nnd which I hnd won nt the Dardanelles. had a nice chut with him nnd stole u Tho presentation wus mailu by few hot buns, which wus what I was Ilarbey. lie pinned an Amerireally after and away to the galley, can Hag on my breast, u French Aug for breakfast. I was almost exactly beneath It and beneath that tho war amidships, sitting on an old orange , lie kissed me on both cheeks, box. I had not been there long when of course, which was taking advantage Old Chips, the ship's carpenter, stuck of u cripple. Hut It Is the usual thing his head In tho door und Ming out, witn the French, us you know I mean "Ship on the starboard bow." I did tho kissing, not tho meanness to not pay any attention to him, because cripples. ships on the starboard bow were When ho had pinned tho medal on no novelty to me, or on the port either. Chips was not cruzy nbout' ho said ho thanked me from the bottom of his heart for the French people, looking nt her, either, for he came In und sut ou another box und begun and nlso thanked till tho Americans who had come over from their own scolllng. Ho said ho thought she wus bind to help a country with which u trump nnd that she Hew thy llrltlsh most of them wero not connected. Ho Hag astern. I ato ull I could get hold of nnd went said It wus a wur In which mnny nations wero taking part, hut in which out on deck. I stepped out of the gnl-- , there wero just two Ideas, freedom ley Just lu tlino to seo the fun. The hip wns Just opposite us when ntvuy and despotism, and u lot inoro thing that I cannot renumber. Ho finished went our wireless und some of the by saying that he wished ho could dec- boats on tho starboard side, und then, boom I boom I und wo heard tho report ora to ull of us. Of course It wns great stuff for mo of the guns. I heard tho shrapnel' and I thought I was tho real thing whizzing around us Just ns I had many Euro enough, hut I could not help u time before. I jumped buck In tho thinking of tho remark I have heard galley nnd Chips and tho cook wero hero In tho Stutes "I thunk you nnd shaking so hurd thoy made the pans tho wholo family thanks you." And It rattle. When tho firing stopped I went up wns hard not to laugh. Also It seemed funny to me, because I did not rightly to the bout deck. I hnd on ull of my know Just what they wero giving mo clothing, but Instead of shoes I wus, tho medal for though It wus for ono wearing u pair of wooden clogs. Tlio of two things and I do not know to men uud boys wero crazy rushing this iluy. Hut I thought It would not uround tho deck und knocking each bo polite to usk, so I let It go at thut, other down, uud everybody getting la Thero wero twelve other nnvnl off- everybody oIro's way. We lowered our icers who wero present und they and Jacob's ladders, but somu of tho men und boys were already In the water. ull tho other people did a lot of cheerWhlehT Why they Jumped I do not know. ing and vlved mo to a Hoy (handing the Jeweler a $1 (ierinan rulder Jlouwe watch) Just clean and regulate this Then thu It was great Muff, altogether, and I should, have liked to get u medal every headed right In towurd us und I nnd put In u new crystal, will you 7 thought jdtw was going to rum us. but If I had tho price I'd buy a new one. day. Ueu-tenficro.-e.i- i ' Lifting her eyes to ncknnwiedgo tho Introduction, tho color flooded Into tho girl's face, und her eyes nsked Innumerable questions as she recognized him. "Do you know that Katie tho cook left this afternoon?" nsked tho girl of Mrs. Harding some moments later, when she wns herself again. "Good gracious." gasped that lady. "Who took her place?" "I did," said tho girl, quietly, measuring glances with the young man op posltu her. "Why, my dear, nren't you clever I" exclaimed his mother, looking ut her expression. son with tin Just then the wultress entered the dining room with liquid refreshments clinking In a silver pitcher. Miss Cubot," suld Mux. "since I understund that you uro 'up' In such matters what drink would you recommend us tho most cooling und refreshing for theso hot days, as well us most economical?" "Why," 6ald tho girl, daintily raising her glass us ho raised his, "why er raspberry shrub." And over their glasses their eyes met In u look ot complete Doctors on Lookout. Then there are those army doctors who are continually watching to nip anything In tho bud thut might break down health of the men. A good football team In training never averaged higher In medical attention than Uncle Sum's lighters. Inspection takes place ever so often, und Is careful. The men, knowing they uro entitled to treatment freely, report sooner for attention. Dentists are fur more popular than they used to be, us well as doctors. Hven the chaps who are sent back to hospitals gain by the deal, despite tho popular belief. By far tho larger number of men lu hospitals Imvo merely temporary disabilities. The unity hospitals run ou one basis, that of making u man better for servOf course ice than he was before. there uro men who must go buck homo after their hospital sojourns, but with the exception of u few cases, they too leave hospitals In healthier condition than they were In when they Joined the army Tho reason Is this: Uvery means of science Is used freely to lind out whut l, alls the doughboy who enters the uud before ho leaves every means known to cure him has been tried. There Is no question of cost or whether or not he wants to take tho treatment. He gets It which Is Important, say physicians, since an enormous amount of disability In civilians Is allowed to Increase, because of antipathy of many people to medical treatment. The soldier who arrives ut u Is practically certain to get uu examination all over, unless his trouble Is u mere scratch mid he Is ull right otherwise. If anything alls him, the medical men lind It out, und they go right after the ailment ut once. Thus the soldier who came In to get his appendix removed may Imvo his lungs treuted, his teeth tlxed und his deuf eur operated uihiii uud made perfect. He Is u decidedly better human being for his hospital experience. bos-pltnhos-plt- V 1 Page Ko"r PUBLIC SCHOOL THE CITIZEN November 21, WITH THE CHURCHES 1918. Inlluenza closed our school for six Union Church weeks and look from us ono of our The doors are open again for serbrightest and best littlo boys. Ilalpl vice in f I Union Church. NEWS OK HKKKA AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM A Chastcen was always on the honor .Next Sunday will bo n thanksgivVARIETY OF SOURCES roll. Ho wa9 loved by teachers nnd ing Sunday. Como everybody lolhb pupils alike, Sunday-scho- ol who can, nnd remain "This lovely bud so young and fair to the preaching service which folCalled hence by early doom, lows. The room in which Iho BurTim Misses Ocrtrude 'IVrril ntul Jut grew to show how sweet gess Bible Class meet, will be comOKg left Friday to take up Jewell Mower fortable and inviting. The lesson Scientific "Horse shoeing, line iron! their work as lonelier in (lit graded In Paradise would bloom." "Jacob Meets His Brother Esau." school at Weekslmry, Ky., as they work mul repairs of all description Come nnd get in the habit of shak How ran we carry through our nt the College Blacksmith Shop, had planned to do before the in ing hands. All are welcome schedule with this six weeks' ban Main street, north of The Citizen llnenza broke out. . Mrs. W. II. Oabbard, of near Wnl- - dirap? This is a year of heroic nil. Oillce. Baptist Church laccton, has heen visiting her Uls deeds and wo propose to give Last Sunday, after the lifting of ter, Mrs. J. II. Tudor near Paint pood account of ourselves in carry- We Sell hats and soil them right. the, ban l.ick; celebrating the advent of Go- - Ing out the regular courso of study public nnd our long absence from worship, all enjoyed and ad. neva Hester, who arrived Monday, in the six months left us Mrs. Laura Jones. greatly appreciated the church ser Mr. and Mrs. John Muncy and Aovomtier II, isms, 11 a.m. The Superintendent of Public In at Miss Martha Muncy spent Saturday Mother and baby nro doing well. struction has made sotno worth vires. The morning sermon by tho Iliehniond. in All hats reduced at Laura Jones' while suggestions how to mako up Pastor on 'Thankfulness" wan es pecinlly helpful and inspiring. Mr. McKee, employed at the tcl- - store. Big stock to bo sold. Como has proved itself during our participation lost lime. The parents aro cor t I -Sunday-schoIlll nt iTiiiiPComiuiij,Biiu.iii!uiwi,Jpforo Ulpy are pickc(I ovcr. ect dially invited to with S: .e.l Sunday, banking: 15. the war. It is difficult to say ,11 uuiiuun, .. wen1 uuicuy iu.inii-- i l,,ln (Ad) the school in this effort. Preaching service at II o'clock Saturday. it. Mrs. Chas, Adams ami children, of We are glad somo of our teachers conditions, might have been B. English. Subject. Leslie Green, of Richmond, was a Flanigan, were called hero by the made themselves useful during tho by llev. it they have been stable and responsive to B. Y. P. U. at 0:15. visitor in town Sunday. illness of Mrs. Nanny Branimnn, who forced suspension, and escaped tho "Heaven." The Annual Thanksgiving line of tailored is greally improved at An and writing, epidemic themselves. this the needs of the situation. You should Meeting will be held at Un dress and sport hats; best quality Kdgar K. Wyatt, of Grayson, vis- Wo have heen encouraged lately Praise -support a bank which supports the system. for least money. by ladies of the city clubs .asking church next Tuesday evening nt ited his wifo and mother Sunday. F-Walden (Ad) Word from Washington stated what tin; Public School needs. Our soven o'clock. All are invited to Brown Johnson from Chavies that boys in tho S. A. T. C. who had needs are many. Somo are pressing, come nnd "(Jive thanks unto the spent the week end with his family. not been properly inducted before and we wish to encourage questions Lord." J. H. Jackson spent the week end November II, must be dropped out. about them Christian Church with his family on Chestnut street. Several boys were excused from School reopened Monday with Mrs. Hudspeth and Mrs. Laura the unit for this reason. Services Lord's Day morning: Bi seven-eightabout of the, regular ble School, 9:15; Preaching njid ComJones motored to Lexington, Friday. Wo have the best lino of child attendance. Joel Dean, who had an op- - ren's tains, hats and caps in town, Little The School Lunch will start soon. munion, 11:00. Subject", "Hostilities I. ! i it. ii ,JU'1 r - ",',:N "uua, "V""j and wo tecll them right. Call and be '"!" Association Over. What Next?" Tlie Parent-Teachelege hospital last week, is doing convinccd. Everybody como! (ad) Eva WaIdcn will' meet at the Auditorium at 3 W. J. Hudspeth, Minister nicely and is expected to be out .,...., ...... .. . nrn. p.m. the second Friday in Decom- niv.ln soon. to enter the S. A. T. C., but came- loo her. TWO CROPS IN ONE YEAR Sale at Laura Jones' late, returned to his home at Greene Oilp TllnnLi.iv'i,n la nrjtirpnm effective government possession and Jno F Dean ... . . .. pa. .lip i. W. Hemdou '...p.i.aii. "in -W. T. King, of West Clestnut lore. Every hat in my nig siock iMountaj. control of the marine cable systems called off on account of our forced cf Wednesday. street, has quite a remarkable grape of the I'nited States, under tho AQ) reduced for 10 days. COmCI rt T M Wnlxli ti.ill l,n Nllsnnniinn DEALERS IN REAL ESTATE Not only has President's proclamation Sec thoso beautiful sailors in best clnri fn know Hint im lin henn hrnl -- The fpnehers nnd eliililren seemed vine in his orchard. of Novemit home liwcious grapes, of the Con ber Und. I'ntil further notice, howBerea, Kentucky style and latest colors at lnm from ln itovtnit.il. where he ulad to net hack In work, nnd nn ex a,aen .has been suffering wilh doublo eellent spirit prevails everywhere, cord variety for thirty years with- ever, cable companies shall continue uv" r'a Wo havo for salo some modest uewuy i.awson, a uerea .rtcaucmy pneumonia. Let us hope that the work will movo out failure, but this year it went operations through their regular cottages in Berea nt from fSOO to one better and bore two crops. A channels. graduate oi lasi year, wno is a mem- Wollimrlon Patrick, student in now without more breaks. ?LO0; somo better ones at from llnt large bunch of fruit, picked ncr oi mo &. a. i. ai state uni .Rerpn. 100?. is nrivnln spc.ref.irv In $1,200 to $1,500; somo elegant houses from the vine last week, was ersuy, ai i.cxingion, stopped on President McVey, of the University at from J5.000 to J10.000; somo unBOY DIES OF WOUNDS brought to The Citizen office as BEREA of Kentucky, improved land nt $15 to $20 an acre; Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Schram, of The sad word was received this proof of this unusual production. Wo receive each week from tho some better at ?I0 to $50; some fine Cleveland, 0., arrived at the first of fashion centers the advance styles week that Private Basil Bajl. of a fnnns at from J75 to $150 according the week for a visits with relatives, in hats. Seo them before you buy, machine gun battery, had died of OVERSEAS LABELS JUST to improvement and location; n ARRIVED News has been received of the (Ad) new hotel in tho business portion Eva Walden wounds that he received in action, All those desiring to send a liirth of a little daughter to Mr. and of tho city for salo or rent; one Harrisonv Lewis writes Berea before hostilities ended in France, Mrs. Clinton C. Early at Nicholas- - friends that ho has entered the S. A Young Ball wan a son of Mrs. Lillic Christmas package to ono of tho hundred nnd eighty acres adjoinville, Ky. Mrs. Early will be re T. C. in the University of Virginia, Ball of Berea, and was a popular and hoys "over there" must first secure ing the town that wo will cut to membercd by Berca people as Miss Mrs. Jerome Frost, aunt ot Presi- line young man. Ho had many an overseas label. These can now suit purchaser and make easy payBlanche Wilson. ments. Como and see us If you dent Frost, is a visitor at the Prcsi friends who will mourn that ho is be secured from Mrs. John W. want Ileal Kstato In or around Berca. For Sale My farm containing 12 dent's House. She has been visit gone, but all extend to his motiier Welch. Not, Upon Promises, Mrs. Ellen II. Mitchell, You will find Dean at Berea Bank acres; good four room cottage; barn, ing relatives in Tennessee and is their sincere sympathy. But Upon Performance It will be no small consolation to Secretary Berea Red Cross. and Trust Co. Catch llerndon when chicken house, etc. About seven on her way to Washington. the bereaved mother that her son ou can acres in meadow; about four or five The College provided trucks to gave his life, as did tho thousands of KENTUCKY NEWS We are pioneers in acres in woods; rest of farm is all convey tho soldier boys of our "unit' (Continued rrom Page One) tillable land. This farm is off Dixie to the top of Narrow Gap last Sat others in this great struggle that Dry Cleaning and might prevail. WE BUY Highway about of mile and about urday, so that they had a splendid freedom one of the largest in all this section OLD FALSE TEETH 2& miles from Berea. If interested hike, visiting the Indian Fort and of the country. Dyeing Wc pay from $2.00 to $35 00 per vt inquire of John Bales, or see me at East Pennacle. FOR SALE (broken or not) Wc also pay actual value meat market on Main strccL tounjng car, 1010 model, in Ford The College girls, with the co tor Diamond!, old Gold Silver and HrklRr Richmond is to have a new and In Business Since 1836 (Ad) B. F. VanWinkle operation of Mrs. Flitter, held a re good condition. For particulars and work Send at once by parcc pot and laundry. The Madison receive cash by return mail. Felix Eslridge is visiting in Berea ception for the men of our Military price, call on E. B. English Prompt Deliveries Laundry has been organized by MAZER'S TOOTH SPECIALTY from his farm in Mississippi. Messrs." O. C. Evans and B. Z. Unit at Boone Tavern, Saturday D.pt. X. 2007. So 5th SI. MiiUJ.tpW., p.. J. E. Strong and family, of Appa-lachi- a, night. It was a very bright event who havo purchased tho MARE AND MULE STRAYED Va., camo to Berea last FriR. II. Welch, from Norfolk, Va., is Black mare, 10 hands high, roan splendid laundry plant operated by day. Mr. Strong was at former stu- visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. stripe over right eye; and black the late James B. Haggin at his im- 625-6- 27 F. L. MOORE'S Walnut St. dent here and has returned to as- I. N. Welch. horse mule, It hands high. $5 re mnnso country estate Green Hills, sist in the Berea College Printing Ohio J. P. Roberts, of Williamsfleld, 0., ward for information concerning near Lexington. Tho firm has pur Department. They will occupy the camo touay ror a chased the Donelson building nt th visit wun nts whereabouts of same. cottage on Jackson street where tho corner of Second nnd Water streets. Sidney Sims, Conway Ky. brother, E. L. Roberts, on Jackson Lowen sisters lived so long. FOR They plan to convert it into a com- -' streeL Get the GenuinerfSipPJCT Mrs. Howard R. Embrcc, of Kern-erc- r, plete laundry in every way with all Samuel Mayflcld paid the Citizen First Clais Repairing DUROC HOGS FOR SALE Wyo., with her two small modern apparatus and every con a visit on Thursday of this week. Five or six hogs, weigh 175 to venience for giving the very best boys has come to Berea in order to Ho will be remembered as a grad- AND 200 each, in good shape to fatten. possiblo serviro to their patrons. have tho advantage of the Trainualo in tho Class of '14. Wo aro Make good killing hogs. Fine Line of Jewelry ing School. Sho has rooms at tho very glad to learn oik of remodeling the building that Mr. Mayfleld Levi Larnb, Dreyfus, Ky. Dodge home on Jackson street. Her hns already commenced. It is Every Cake MAIN ST. is to bo on tho staff of Berca work BEREA. KY. planned to havo the laundry in ophusband, a grandson of Father Fee.i ers soon. Berea is always proud : n'i ,1... wn ....... I rn inMn ui I ... i u eration on or before the first of the vu.,,,, of hop Braduales. PIANO FOR SALE year. After the laundry is put unA new piano, used ono year, for der way, tho linn contemplates in sale at exceptionally low price. stalling n modern dry cleaning es Fine finish and beautiful tone. tablishment also, so that families Nearly 50 per cent discount from may have practically all of their tho original price. Call on M. E. needs along these lines taken caro Vaughn, Jackson Street. ad. of in tho single plant ami with tho , utmost degree of elllciency nnd serv FOR SALE ice nnd at a minimum charge. RegMaxwell Car for salo. Good as ister. of all new; will bo sold nt a bargain. Call and seo same. Mrs. Nannie Todd, U. S. NEWS Berea, Ky. TO WATER PATRONS Secretary Burleson announced that a consolidation of tho FOR SALE Now bungalow with some Western Union and Postal TelerTO meet legitimate domestic require thing over two aero lot for salo or graph Companies' service under ments, water must not be used for rent. Just outsido city limits, West government control would bo effecsprinkling purposes, nor for building opEnd Chestnut Street. Mrs. II. L. Mc- - tive December 1st. At tho same erations until further notice. time an order was issued making Murry. LOCAL PAGE E. r. Dlzney, Principal NOTES Illlllllllll! iinii Best Blacksmithing The Federal Reserve System what without 1 ol jn With a Berea National Bank hs 1 rI f rs - Mid-Seas- I I Our Clientele Grows! 1 The Teasdale Co. Cincinnati Jewelry Store la1" SAVE WATER! IMPORTANT NOTICE Reduction Sale! Coats, Suits, Furs Blouses, Skirts Millinery B. E. BELUE CO. tly CAUTION! Use Water Sparingly Do Not Waste It 111 For Sale acres north of and adjoining the best college in the U. S located 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 ridvided into two or four nice small farms and made into subdivisions as an addition to the city of Berea. I am going to sell Jhis to the highest and best bidder ; bids mailed to me at West Point with certified check for at least $100 to knbw that you mean business. I prefer cash but will sell cash and the balance five or ten equal payments with 6 interest payable annually. The title is good as any in the state of Kentucky. one-third tures are not kept in good order, the waterworks will exctcise its right to discontinue supply forthwith and without further notice. water is used for sprinkling, vv allowed to run, or where .water fix- Berea College InffTwt Aurutt 20, 1918. Action of I'rudf ntlal Commlttt) Br HOWARD E. WAY Custodian of I'ro(rtlvt Richmond Kentucky SAM!?1 u..t i. Phone in case of trouble TOWN 194, COLLEGE 16 "t&v:, ,i "ss r m guaranteed cure .'"jr . . . for nog Address L. G. CLARK, West Point, Mississippi.((tyner) imiiMitAM m . Gholcru I hdc(i..orkf,;',ii Porter-Moor- l"7ritlt.,ruB,.r,.T.i,tl.oh.l.. e Drag Co. Do your Christmas shopping early. November 21, I0t8. THE CITIZEN TI1E SONO CONTEST Pago Fivo Elliott Fisher Book - keeping Machine i I Ml' fv. -- lS With the Anierlcnn Army. The callousness nnd steady nerves of fresh Aineflcnn troops In recent advances have gladdened the henrts of veteran BaaKSaaJMBaaaaaaaaaL &tAdfi W Itrltlsh and French who have observed them, as well ns filled with pride their Death Toll in Riot Reaches Five. own ofllcers. Winston Snlem, X. C The death The horror of warfare Is more aptoll In the riot here, vileh followeil parent during nn offensive when an efforts of n molt to storm the City .lull army Is advancing thnn nt any other mill lynch n negro prloner, Imil lieen This machine writes your checks and deposits, adds deposits, subtracts time; even during n defensive action liicrensed nt mlilnlglit to live n girt checks, carries correct balances forward every day, and keeps dupli-iwtIn a retreat. Attncklng troops ndvanco spectator, it city II reman iind three necopy for our customers. If you want your done over the enemy's positions, dotted with groes. The pollie believe Hint a detills way open an account with the dead nnd dying, then dig In nnd fight tailed search will show that ut least nmong the corpses nnd maimed. Often sewn persons nnil maybe more wto In a counter-nttacthey are temporarikilled. rpwnnN of n score of person! BEREA RAISES $10,144.15 ly thrust buck a few ynrdR, and there believed to luive been Injured, five (Continued from Fad One) lire dig in nnd fight ngnln, this time nmong six of them seriously. Tlley nre the bodies of their own fallen comstreet doing the tiresome and tedi- or mostly white persons, nnil Include two . rades. ous Job of getting the smaller sub- members of the Home (iuiird, which When their advance becomes deeper Ilsbed 1,000 hospital bed-orecon- scriptions!. How Cowley and Os- was enlled out when the mob iiiude Its and the enemy's rctrent more genernl, quered ground within a few days borne, overflowing with that won second vMt to the Jnll nfler shooting us In Von Hoehm's retirement from the after the Germans hadcrosscd the derful feeling, after having given"! " negro mid accidentally wounding A family Newspaper for all tht it right Mnrne to the Vesle, the terrain be-- I x Vesle. until it hurt and then Kivimr until "'' prisoner. true, and interesting comes even more ghastly. A wide belt it fell good over at tho College, camo of country Is littered with dead men rry Thursday at llrrra. Kjr. nnd rlend horses. The advancing army, e At one station in Italy, out and worked with us day and CONGRESSIONAL NEWS ITEMS eager to maintain contact with the tho American Red Cross feeds 61,-0- night. How Gay, Stephens, Mc. (Continued from Page Ona) BEREA PUBLISHING CO. enemy nt all times, has no time to (lnrporal4l soldicrj a week in a mess hall Guiro and Terr ill quietly broko tho bury or burn these corpses, respec-- i WM. C. FROST. arranged to handlo 1,000 men an news to so many of their friends. In their guard againsl the German tlvely. The supporting troops follow-- I fact I should name every solicitor "pity propaganda," whifih made its Subscription Ratei liCHr. Ing up the advance guards must live appearance even beforo tho terms in our town, for whilo some brot in PAYAIILK IN AtlVANCB und eat nmong these grewsome sights. I1.M On. Yrar more money than others still tho of the armistice wero made public, M Six Month Never Feased Them. Red Cross Civilian Relief Work in .SO . worJf was done just its faithfully and now that they aro known, this Thru Month, Fresh, untried Americans, who hnd France employs a staff of 1,000 per- and with propaganda is seizing every oppor the same spirit that actuor Kipma Montr Snd monr r l'wt-fllnot seen the frlghtftilness of wnr, alOnlrr. Draft. IUftaU red Lrllrr. or one and two sons, maintains 15 civilian, hospitals, ates us all when wo feel that wo tunity to portray the Oerman race though they hnd been trained In Its rent lampi. with a rapacity of 1,500 beds, and are doing and have done our duly. as the victims of an autocracy foyer: Tha dat aflrr your name on latl now, to 'There Is a pretty little round, rosy, artifice und hnd been In the line In what data our uterlptton It paid. If it la not ha reached in some way more than Such giving, for the moral and whose war brought on withoul quiet sectors, traversed the ghastly chanifnl within three wki after renewal notifjr 1! 10,000 girl here who Is Just beginning French people. tit. social welfare of tho other fellow,, their consent is now delivering to show the ejTects of the powder. The country like veterans, never turning Mitiinc numten will m cladly aupplinl If we This has roots of her hair and her forehead are n hnlr at the sight of dead, friends are notified. has not been a common practice them up to starvation. Ulrral term! "trn to any who obtain new One ward of the Friends' Hospi over our land, and is altogether been isvidenced by tho recent appeal a pale yellow. The palms of her bauds or foes, even when thoy came upon ua. Any one eendmit ua four yearly for sights ns Ileddy farm, Bellevuu uWrtpUont ran receive The Gillian free for tal at Dunkirk, afllliatcd with the foreign in many localities; but it is by the woman's council of Germany .lie u deep burnt orange and her Iannis such on year. fnrrn, Clerges, Serlnges et Nesles and A.R.C, contains ten nationalities .Old linns u bright jellow. AdvertUlns ratea i.n applkatkjn. a, to Mrs. Woodrow Wilson, and Jano the very essence of the life of Belgian, French, English, American "There Is an evprofOssIonul dancer, Sergy. aqd upon its precepts and from Addams. They wasted their time on In these places, particularly the Chinese, Japanese, Moroccan, Itali its inception by the founders and .Mrs. Wilson, who will leave such nit- - Interesting girl who enjoys the RED CROSS GRENADES foyer and helps entertain the other first two mentioned, the bodies of the an, Polish and German. ionors of Herea tho great work of matters to her distinguish! bus ,'irls. There Is a professional pianist Prussian Guardsmen were literally boast Kight French seaports our institution as it is today lias hand. As for Jano Addams, always vbo does her bit nt the noon and eve- lying In henps, for these picked troops the most pronounced of pacifists, ning hours. There Is one American aviators dropped A.R. been and is the direct result. had been told to maintain their American lied Cross warehouses. C omergonry rations of pressed girl who speaks Kngllsh, whoiii strong point positions until death, nnd So as it is wo would bo doubly she lias long been suspected of prd- father whs un Innkeeper In northern In most iscs Hiey followed orders. They have Red Cross Homo Ser- beef, malted milk tablets and other ungrateful if we failed to respond,' Gorman tendencies, The dead were In the distorted posiTho purpose of this propaganda France. There Is n pretty little girl IUco. foods into tho front lines for our afler enjoying the very fruits of vice even in San Juan, I'orto soldiers who left Army supply wag- such iinselllsh giving for more than is an attempt to separate the United who Is engaged to a. French soldier tions that Indicated how the end had come fo them. Those killed In Slates and the allies on he fictitious uho still is rejoicing over the five minyears. The A. It. C War Council recently ons behind in their pursuit of flce- - sixty-liv- e pits were sma'shed to bits, utes This un she bad with him recently during the effect of Band grenades and bombs Xow that the campaign is over 1 grounds of liumanitarianism. voted $00,KX) to tho Serbian Red air raid. Ills mother Is the care-iikofTlie German wish to emphatically say tiiat to is the ulterior motive Cross. here mid he Is one of si sons In uhlch American ndvanco guards had countossed in nmong fliem after working Women who speak Czecho-SIova- k, Prof. F. 0. Clark and his workers do socialist and working-men- 's he war. Two of them are German The American Red Cross numbers Polish and Iliissian arc being train we owe the greatest part of our cils in their endeavor to enlist the iillitnry prisoners, two nre civil pris- round their flanks and getting in behind fhcniv 20,000 American Indians among its ed by tho Red Cross to do recon- success. They not only raised more sympathy of the labor classes in this oners In Oertnany and two are soldiers Occasionally nno aw German snipstruction work in those countries. than half the amount, and raised it country, and is designed with tho In the trenches. Her home In the members. gunners There are about 20 doctors and 30 before the campaign begun, but usual German efficiency to starl a north of France was destroyed nnd she ers r machine nt Hie sprawled flat foot of a tree escaped with a small bundle of such on the ground of sentiment and coinmis-seratiwarring women nurses in the Czech army of they instilled the spirit in the Citi- liack-fir- e Red Cross relief wcrk in iliiugs as she could carry In her hnnds. after fhey flad keen shot out of their here that might create a zen Committee as named abovo who countries necessitated a shipment 70,000 men. girl who camouflaged positions among Its foli"There Is a sweet-facethen went out and finished the job. division between tho United States vns a lacetuaker In Valenciennes, who age. The most sickening sights were of 1, 131,101 blankets. Xow to our neighbors and friends and tho entente powers. For this eanie direct to u from the fiermnn-riddewhere bodies of the enemy had atAt the Red Cross Institute for tempted to mnke stands In ditches or section after a hnrd experience Havana, 1,200 English speak- Crippled and Disabled Men in New of the other districts of Madison reason ollicials want the newspapers In beside sunken roads and had been ing negroes asked permission to York, disabled American soldiers County, although wo have lead the to acquaint their readers with tho n getting nwny." trapped by American cnfllade machine-guThese nre the women the lllue true character of tho sinister idea form a Red Cross auxiliary. Thoy are learning the manufacture of county in securing and oversubAre. The deadly automatic rifles helping to forget perhnps scribing our quota in this United behind tho appeals which will como uly Is an weldhave equipped their own work- artillcial limbs, for hour ut a time the hor-o- i hnd ripped through whole lines of out of Gerinany, and aid in frustrating, mechanical drafting, printing, War Work Campaign, Wo have not room. that have blackened their hearth-stone- s Germnns, nnd Investigation frequently motion picturo operating and tho done so seeking leadership, nor have ing its accomplishment. TUero aro nnd darkened the world. showed that every man's body was wo dono so for tho limelight; for certain conditions whicli, tho Ger".My foyer," the secretary; writes, pierced by seven or eight bullets and The American Red Cross csUib- - production of Jewelry. people must accept. They aro "consists of a hnll nnd two lnrge rooms that frequently our people even frowned on llio man bullet passed These, publication of their names, and from hard, it is true, but not unjustly so, uilh cement tloors. One has a writing through three or four men. Economy Through Quality this wo have refrained. Hut if wo when tho conditions imposed upon iiflile nnd paper, pens and Ink, sewing corpses looked like heaps of rags or with have through tho performance of innocent Helgiuni by tin German machines, a cupboard papers teacups la discarded uniforms and equipment, so it. n lnrge table with nnd iniign-.lueclosely did they overlap one another. wo people's soldiers are considered. our duty to God and man, as ensy clltilrs nnd my desk. The No Trace of Nervousness. tor- '"I'lie Germans have looted, feel it in our hearts, reached the it her room has a piano, more tables, Hut, despite all, the front lines in our county, then wo turd, burned and ravished as never 'hnlrs. Ironing bonrds nnd a Vlctrola. marched forward, stopped American: three oi say, Como on, Madison County. Wo nation has in all history, and now There nre nnframed French pictures four times a day for meals, and then :. believe in vou, wo know your real tney must pay," remarked a con and American and French war posters made camp, and slept at night amid Hies, your possibilities, and wo gressman to your correspondent, aronud the room. The walls nru paintthe horrible surroundings without evet doing more tkan showing a surprising know the moment you feel that it "and (hat is what they aro strug-glin- g ed gray hnd white." KOOTWKAR Sntiirday evenings they sing and preliminary Interest In (o avoid, it will not make for the matter. If in your duty to do thai which is 'EXTRAORDINARY dance. "First they have a chorus," asked of you that your responso will the welfaro of tho world if tho so- wiltes the secretary, "such us 'I.e Iteve they saw a corpse In khaki they looked be instantaneous and tho results phistical and adroit propaganda of l'us or the 'llyiune des Avlateurs' or It over closely to see If they knew who overflowing. So let us ever keep tlio German lenders aro successful something equally thrilling, and nt the It was. Only occasionally did they have time to inter It ; that was to before us that truth so well spoken in luiihliiiar up sentiment in this final notes of triumph a voice at my thu burying parties that followed left them by Jno. Hall when ho said, "Give country which will waken tho car- ears begs, 'iTu polka, meeR.' Tho polka up. As they walked through wood recording to your means or God rying out of tho terms imposed b finished, there Is n call for the 'llymne und fields to get water or supplies, they Amerlcnlu' and we sing the will iimke your means according to the Allies. While I do not want tho Implanted rifles, bayonets down, In tin llanner,' (Lo Drupcuti F.tolle) ground to mark American people to bo your giving." the spot of every dead in two languages." they discovered. loliii V' Welch, l.ocal Chairman or revengeful, 1 do want them to bo These foyers have been established American very Hut there was no trace of nervouswatchful against a foo thai will not In several munition centers In France. hesitate to play upon ho finest feel- Filch one has a cafeteria, a recreation ness mid un evidence of any of the worrying or brooding over ttic ings of mankind to secure an end hull and rooms fitted up us rest men Palm Tree Hat Long Life. styles n fate of seven years to and laugli in its sleeve afterward.' moms, writing and sewing rooms. At corpses their fallen comrades. NTlu It requires about were entirely Impersonal tc night these rooms are tilled with grow palms to the size necessary for In Shell Cordovan or dark Tan Viking Calfskin French clrls learning Cngllsh, book. thv'ti ami never rattled eveu the newgood fun leaves mid after that they hatd rugged wear two leathers best suited keeping or stenography, that they may est recruit. furnish mi annual crop Indefinitely, Little Thlnos That Count. The doughboys showed no backthe Ardsley makes up iino an ideal winter boot, work In the olllces of the American the Chinese stating that the trees live A few more smiles of silent symwardness about appropriating I.ugw for hundreds of years, producing their pathy, a few more tender words, n lit- Kxpedltlounry Forces. In connection with no suggestion of weight or clumsiness. annual crop. An old tree will produce tle inoro restraint of temper, may with each Is a large recreation Held or automatic pistols, the most prized souvenir to be had, from dead Heches park. leaves as large ux live feet In length make all tho difference between These leathers polish extremely well will not nox did they hesitate to pluck off well At the request of the French minis- with a breadth Just above the lower uml to those and break or crack under the most severe strain camouflaged helmets from the pates ol try of war the Young Women's Chris-linend of perhaps three feet. live with. Stopford Ilrooke. Hun cadavers. the raw hide middle soleas shown in the illuss has opened association for the sixteen thousand French nt and tration makes the bottom women emplojed in the olllces of the impervious to water. Every man should have SMART PEOPLE BUY DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS war department. ' JERRY" NEW NICKNAME n shoe of this kind, and we recommend to wise 0 So successful bus been the foyer FOR GERMAN SOLDIER woik In Franco that a cull bus come advers buyers the Ardsley as described in this from: from F.ughiud to the American Y. W. tisement. (.'. A. In bring Its lllue Triangle tmts It's Jerry now, not FrIUIe. It has been noted recently In and foyers across the channel. The soldiers' letters that tho pet Fngllsh Y. W. C. A. has established mime for the enemy among the centers for munitions workers on u Yankees In France Is "Jerry." smaller scale, but lifter Inspection of At the beginning of the war the American work In France tho four THERE IS A REASON Knglish representatives to the Allies' tho name was applied only to Berea, Kentucky Chestnut Street y j Women's Oeruiau uvlators, but It Is congress In Paris In August, being adopted for all of the olllclally requested thut the American RICHMOND .. KENTUCKY the World's Finest Agent for NrrrurroN Men's Shoes troops. Y. W. L'. A uiulerti'ke aimllur work In Kngland. 1 e book-keepin- Word has been received nl llio Uilltrd Wnr Work Campaign headquarters, Otn South Fourth Street, that nl the meeting of (lie Judges of the United Wnr Work song con-es- l, held In Chicago, tho award of tin gold medal fpr the heat song entered went t(l Egbert VanAlstyno and Otis Kahn, two professional song writers of Chicago. The song selected ,hy (ho local Judges as being the best entered in Kentucky in the contest was com-- 1 posed by Nn'nnio 0. Board, of Louis-- 1 ville, n young colored worrtffn. N'annie Hoard's song received' honorable mention from the Chicago' judges. A song from every state in the Central Held of the United War Work Campaign was submitted to tho final judges and it was after considerable time had been spent in electing the best composition, that "For the Hoys Over There," by Van Alstyne, and Kahn was decided upon as I he" winning number. These two song writers have collaborated on a number of popular songs, nmong them being "For Your Hoy and My Hoy" and "What Are You doing to Do for the Hoys?" both of which were widely, sung during the Fourth Liberty Loan drive. LID ON DISCHARGES IN ARMY A WALLED CITY CALLOUS AMID Secretary Baker Rule Agatnit DIs-mlit- OF WOMEN iiimy vlllnge has grown up Before General Demoblllia tlon From Service. Washington. Nov. 10. Tin wnr department tin" rlntii)l down tli lid discharge of nllleers mid on ihitnr-dhttenlisted inon In til"- I'nlted States nrmy unless Hit- - discharge of tlic individual Is required li reason of flmuiclul disa genernl tress of lilt dependent, order win sent liy Kccrelnry of Wnr linker to tlie ttilltttmit general direct-In- c Hint no Mi hirges Im nniliorlreil of nllicirs nnd men In this eomilry unrf ttH'til lin x adopted n til the wnr genernl domiihlllzntlnii pulley, which s Discharges now under cmysldori'tlon. of men In the overmen forces nre to lie npproveil personally liy (ieliernl Pershing before I lie ndjutnut genernl enn Issue the liccessnry rertlflriite of discharge, Secretory linker's order declared. - H0RR0RS0F WAR Grcwsomc Sights of Battfo Fail to Shake Nerves of Yanks. QUICKLYADAPT THEMSELVES lnide ii high wnll In France Avltliln the lift yenr. Its nmirc lint houses stnnd even rows nnd nlong one lde irfthe city wnll Is n long dormitory for lnule women. There nre ninny more of them than of the families In the drub little houe. The vlllnge Is full of women old, oung. middle. naed wIiom faces, lunula nnd hnlr slowly are turning yellow from the powder which It Is snld will e(eiitunlly iitTect their lungs. Hut most of them ire refugees anil the fact thnt they nre giving up their good looks, their heiilth, mill perhaps their lives. In the inimlllou factory, Is of little momeut to llii'iii. The.v.bnve come Into the wnlled town from ruined villages anil ilevns-tillefnrms with their frightened little children, their despairing old people, currying nil their tirthly possessions In tiny bundles. In their Individual II. cs there Is no future: In nil their world there N no liiterest but the conquest of in,. utrr Xo one entiles Into this little war ciiiniiiiiiiliy thnt centers around the big new munitions plant but thove who work. HccmiM of the danger and the blighting yellow powder, the work ls' highly paid nnd all the workers nre volunteers. The oiiicn wear overalls or apron dresses, some of black snteeu, some nondescript. The illlll garb hanaonl7.es .llh the yellowing faces and despairing eyes. Into this modern walled city of de- spair the lllue Triangle litis Mashed the tlrst message of hope. The Y. V. C. A. .oyer Is the only recreational center within reach. Tiny enrs which find cafes at the end of the line a mile ii. ny, slop running at seven o'clock to sa,e fuel. The city Is three miles fiom the factory. lv problem," writes the Y. V. C. A. secretary In charge, "Is to keep Uie women occupied In the evenings, to .le them good healthy amusement so hill they will forget their sorrows and . to bed mid sleep, physteully tired out from playing." She goes on to tell of some of the '.omen and girls who come to the d In "trnluht Admiration of French and British Veteran I Aroused by Conduct of Americans on Bloody Battlefields of France. I Berea Bank & Trust Co. ) ) The Citizen rest-hous- ; Ed.tor-iiwChi- .t c ' He-re- rough-and-read- ing-Hun- er i on d n Trl--ng- n no the-sam- The Nettleton "Ardsley" 'Star-Spangle- d For storm and rough weather wear, this much favored Nettleton model lends itself naturally to reproduction in and materials. great many hard-heart- ed , r hup-plnc- n club-room- non-absorbe- J. M. COYLE & CO. OWEN McKEE . rap-Idl- I Page Six THK CITIZEN November 21, 1918. MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spence, Farm Demonstrator" and Special Investigator which amounted to 121. The memIMPORTANT In the midM of bursting shells bers asked to have a few moro days SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING Berea's HOME DEPARTMENT Conducted by Miss Margaret Dizncy, Director of Home Science COLD Corn Chowder i slices of fat bacon cut in small and make the total for the club $30. cubes The meeting was set for Sunday, Vocational Schools November 17. At this meeting short 1st Door onion cut fine talke were made by Mr. Strong, the 2 potatoes (medium size) cut in power, combined with Training that adds to your money-earniteacher of Scaffold Cane Rural Demcubes general education. I can corn GENERAL PERSHING TO AMERI onstration School, and I). T. Fish, Wash rice and cook in boiling TOR YOUNG MEN Agriculture, Carpentry, Drlcklaylng, PrintCAN TARMERS and some appropriate songs with Isp. salt j water until soft. Melt butler In a ing, Commcrco and Telegraphy. This message of appreciation some changes in construction were 2 cups wnler Homo Science, Dressmaking, Cooking, sauce pan, ndd rice, salt and tomaTOR YOUNG LADIES from Ooncral Pershing to American sung by club members; aftor toes. Cook 15 or 20 minutes? Add 2 cups milk Nursing, Stenography and Typewriting;. which County Agent Spence prefarmers wos received by Carl cheese cut linn or grated and cook t ol Fry tho bacon cubes brown, add n l ri Assistant Secretary of Agri sented the United War Work to the o l rv until cheese is melted. Serve at s ocnooi onion and brown. Add potatoes and once. culture, who is now in France with people. The club made lip $9 in a General Education for thoso not far advanced, combined with somo and wnler, cook until potatoes aro few minutes making a total of $30 a committer of American agriculvocational training. No matter what your present advancement, Cassorolo fil Boef soft. Add corn, salt and milk. Bring for the club. Tho older people prestural representatives: wo can put you with others like yourself and give cbanco for ' lo the boiling point and serve hot roast or steak In Cut left-ovent had already made their subAmerican Expeditionary Forces most rapid improvement. I Inch cubes; with crackers or crulons. there should bo 2 or 3 except two who subscriptions Ofllcer of the Commander in cups. Put in casserole and ndd 2 scribed $2.f)0 each. This was a very Chief, Trance Vogetable Pie English Academy Course rups brown saiiee or beef gravy, V4 October 10, 1918. interesting meeting and will long 3rd Door t'i potatoes cup celery, Vi cup carrots cut in For thoso who aro not expecting to teach and who aro not going be remembered. Honorable Carl Vrooman, I turnip cubes, I onion cut fine, 1 cup It also gives thru Collcgo and desire moro general education. Asst. Secretary of Agriculture. I.ona Fish, Ned anil Thomas How-maI , pens. 'cup left-ov- er entitled loiiiitln, I tl'isp. tho best general education for thoso who wish a good start in Charles Lewis, William Wat-kiMr. Vrooman: Hear eup tomatoes H- - Johnson, tsp. salt. Cover and ImkV I hour; P. study and expect to carry it on by themselves. Ed Robinson. Will you please convey to farm I onion cup cooked beans or then iiild ers of America our profound appre- This committee went to work, and Vi cup rice pens, cup potatoes cut in small meeting, Thursday, 4th Door ciation of their patriotic services the result of the Normal School tsp. salt cubes and cooked until soft. Bring to the country and to tho allied ar was $85 subscribed. This gives tho best training for thoso who expect to teach. I etiH brown meat slock to tho boiling point and serve from in the field? They have fur- The Scaffold Cane Boys' and Girts' mies Courses are so arranged that young pooplo can teach through the Agricultural Club nished, their, full quota of fighting Prepare vegetable", cutting pota- tho casserole. soliool through tho winter and spring, summer and fall and attend men; (bey have bought largely of On Wednesday, November 13, this thus earning money to keep right on in thoir courses of study. toes and turnips into small cubes. Liberty bonds; and they have- in- club met for their annual examinaWash rice. Put vegetables in layRead Dinsmoro's great book, "How to Teach a District School." Ilread-Crum- b Yeast bread, II creased their production of food tion. After the examination, the. ers in a baking dish, add seasoning, (3 Loaves crops both last year and this by Tinted War Work Campaign was Academy Course and stock, cover and bake for three I rii" brend crumbs over a thousand million bushels discussed and subscription taken, 5th Door hours. (Other vegetables, as corn, 1 cup is tho straight road to College best training in Mathematics, water, or milk and water This above normal production. Food is ter papers were banded in, the UniScience, Languages, History and all preparatory subjects. The may be used in place of left over 5 teaspoons sail of vital military necessity for us ted War Work Campaign was dispeas, or one vegetable might bo Academy is now Berea's largest department 2 lablospoons molasses and for our allies, and from tho cussed. A week previous to tho exemitted entirely.) Twenty minutes I or 2 cakes eompresjed yeast, deday of our entry into the war, amination and meeting of War before serving cover with n crust pending on time allowed for College food producers Work, a club committee was ap- 6th Door America's armies of of baking powder or soda biscuit rising havo rendered invaluable service pointed to see the members of tho This is tho crown of the whole Institution, and provides standard dough, and bake until crust is well 8 pups Hour to the allied cause by supporting club and tako War Work subscripcourses in all advanced subjects. brown in a quick oven. the soldiers at the front through! tions. The committee consisted of (rind tho bread in a chopper. For A Temporary Raiso in Board is forced by war conditions. their devoted and splendidly sue-- 1 the following boys, who headed tho Cheese with Tomatoes and Corn Add .1 cups of lukewarm liquid lo twenty-flv- o years tho board has remained tho samo in Berea, but the ' I tbsp. cessful work in the fields and fur-- J list with a $5 subscription each: butler or compound soften crumbs. Then add the sail, Work. There were 21 present. unusual situation in which the whole country finds itself now makes rows al home. I cup corn the tnciln s"0., and (he yeast, which Very sincerely. They took the examination and af- - it impossiblo for us to live on the same money as wo have in the past cup thick tomato juice has been softened in 1 cup of lukeThis adds $0.C0 to tho former expenses of the girls and $1500 to Pershing. John 'J. I tsp. salt warm liquid. If tho bread is to bo expenses o! tho boy., but still leaves tho cost half that at other tho TO BEE OWNERS I cup grated cheese et overnight, I cake of yeast anil NOTICE TO AGRICULTURAL CLUB Last winter bees were destroyed schools and "cheaper than staying at home." I piemento (This may bo omit- OVi teaspoons of salt should be used. MEMBERS by cold weather' and for lack of ted nnd onion used if desired.) Add the Hour, nnd knead Hie dough All club members who want to proper attention. PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental fee and room rent This winter wo Vi cup line bread crumbs tboroly, using as little Hour on the tako tho annual examination, who should protect our bees by some by the term, board by the half term. Installments are as follows: to board as possible. Let tho dough have not already taken it, meet at method which will protect them Ileal lomato, add rorn, salt, FALL TERM hours, or until il has County Agent Spence's office on from tho cold. and crumbs. When mixture rise fur Expenses lor Boys Saturday morning at 10:00 o'clock, C I. Ogg of Berea has agreed to is bot, add grated cheese. Cook in doubled in bulk. PinMi making the VOCATIONAL ANI ACADEMY November 23. litis will be tho last give all information and demonstradouble boiler until chceso is thor- brend according lo the directions FOUNDATION SCHOOLS COI.LRGK SI NOKMAL chance to take tho examination. oughly melted. Sorve plnin or on gien in the preceding recipe. to farmers who will call and tions $ 5.00 6.00 $ Fee I 7.00 il All members aro urged to turn in see him or write. Mr. Ogg has bees Incidental Charles Taylor bread or cracker. 7.00 7.00 7.00 their record books at County Agent's protected as the U. S. Department Room 12.25 1255 1255 weeks Board. 7 ofllco or send them by mail, and get of Agriculture direct. As County 2555 2055 Amount duo Sept. il. VMS.. 21.25 the Agricultural Club Pin which is Agricultural Agent 1 wish to thank 1255 1255 Board, 7 weeks, duo Oct. 30.. 1255 furnished by the State. Tho pin is Mr. Ogg for bis personal interest in THINGS TO REMEMBER AT BUTCHERING TIME. ; 3850 Total for Term '3750 '3050 given only to those who turn in a our agricultural work and especirrepiirwil l tlif I'nltf.l Suites Department of ARrlrulturr.) record book. No book will be ac- ially in the bee work, and his wilExpenses for Girls Clennllness Is r meats. Meat very the most Imtmrtuat factor In butchering nnd curing cepted after Saturday, November lingness to help us take care of Incidental Fco easily becomes tainted. $ 7.00 S 5.00 $ 0.00 Save till pieces of ment for sausage. There nre many ways of con-- 2 23. Get them in now and get your niir bees. I wish to call tho at7.00 7.00 7.00 Room verting It Into a palatable product. club pin. tention of all the farmers who have Board. 7 weeks 1050 1050 1050 All waste fat trimmings and skin should bo rcnilcicd nud tho Berea Boys' and Girls' Agricultural bees to Mr. Oggs plan and prepa2150 2350 Amount due Sept. II. Kl8.. 2250 products used to make minp. Club You ration of winter protection. 1050 1050 Board, 7 weeks, due 0 30.. 1050 I tones should lie crushed or ground for chicken feed. Last Thursday, November 14, i an understand better by calling on '35.00 '34.0O '33.00 Total for Term Neor put meat In cure before the iiiiIiiihI heat Is out of It. County Agent Spence called a meet- Mr. Ogg in Deroa and seeing his Always jmck ment skin side down when In tho curing process; ' This docs not include tho dollar deposit nor money for books or ing of the club for the purpose of Iiees "Seeing is believing." Come except the top layer In u brluo cure, which should bo turned flesh laundry. taking tho annual club examination and see his method which is the side down. and to discuss the United War Department's method. Keep close watch on the brine; nnd If It becomes "ropy," change It Special Expenses In Addition to Incidental Fee Business Do not forgot to turn or clmnge meat several times during the Wiulrr Fall curing process. 110.00 (12.00 SI 1.00 Stenography and Typewriting d Tho fat of meat will bomctlmcs become yellow. ThlB 10.00 12.00 Bookkeeping (brief course) 11.00 HOG does not make It unwholesome. 5.00 0.00 Bookkeeping (regular courso) 7.00 It takes more time to smoke jorW. than brlne-cnre- d Business course for students Slow Mnoklug Is much belter than tt rapid tunnklng, uud there Is departments: in other less chance of causing the meat to drip. 9.00 ,0 750 Stenography Hog Producers and Packers Confer With RepreIf li lent becomes moldy, brush on the mold with tl stiff brush or Typewriting, with one hour's trim off the moldy parts with a knife. The entire piece Is not skilled. 0.00 5.00 7.00 He sure Incut Is thoroughly cooled before smoking. uso of instrument sentatives of the Food Administration and Itemember. the seasoning of sausago Is generally governed by taste. Com. Law, Com. Geog., Com. Agricultural Department and Adopt Fresh sausage tun be kept under a cowrlng of lard for a number 1.80 Arlth., or Penmanship, each.. 2.10 150 of dnys. In no case will special Business Fees exceed 115.00 per term. New of YOUNG ng PEOPLE WEATHER SUPPER DISHES and hissing balls General Pershing, on the buttle fields of France, re members the American farmers and tends a message to them. 1 Italian Rlc0 cup rico 2 lb?p. butter or ono of butler and ono of compound 2 cups tomatoes I tsp. salt 'i cup cheese 1 1 VroO-man- , ' na uoor oerea rounaauon er Berea's n, ns chllo-sauce- 1 1 1 Berea's 1 1 Berea's Preparatory Berea 1 ple-niun- lim-Jc- STEADIER MARKETS PLANNED dry-cure- dry-cure- d 1 Plan Regulation. accordance with Hie policy of tlie Food Administration since lis foundation to consult representative men In the agricultural Industry on occasion of importance to special hraiichrs of the Industry, on October there was convened in Washington a meeting of the Live Stock Subcommittee of the Agricultural Advisory Hoard and the special members representing the swine Industry to consider the situation In the bog market. , The conference lasted for three days, and during tills time met with the executive committee of the tlfty packing firms participating In foreign orders for pork products and with tlje members of the Food Administration directing foreign pork purchases. The conclusion of the conference were, as follows The entire marketing situation has during the last three weeks fn tho so changed since the September Joint seven great markets has been 27 per conference as to necessitate an entire cent more than last year, during the alteration In the pUns of price stabi- corresponding period, demonstrating lization. The current peace talk has the unusually heavy marketing of the alarmed the holders of com, and there available supply. In the facu of the has been a price decline of from 25 excessive receipts some packers have cents to 40 cents per bushel. The fact not maintained the prlco agreed last that the occumurutlons of low priced month. On the other hand, many corn In the Argentine anil South Afrl-,cof the packers have paid over the would, upon the advent of peace price offered to them In an endenvor and llborated shipping, become avail-lahi- e to maintain tho ugreed price. The reto the Kuropcun market lias avi- sult In any event has been a falluro the ated a great deal of apprehension on to maintain upon October price basis at the September contho part of corn holders. This decline determined ference and undertaken by the packhas spread feur among swine growers ers. Another factor contributing to that a similar reduction In the prices the break In prices during the month of hogs would naturally follow. More- has been the Inlluenza epidemic; It over, the lower range of corn prices has sharply curtailed consumption of rawould, If Incorporated In u pork products and temporarily decreased the labor staff of tho packers tio, obviously result In a continuously falling price for llro hogs. In view about 2.1 per cent. The exports of 130,000,000 pounds of these changed conditions many comswlnu producers anticipated lower of pork products for October 52,000.000 pounds pared with prices and as a result rushed their In October about a year ago, uud the hogs to market In large numbers, and exmrt on lor s placeuble by the Food this overshlpmcnt has added to and Administration for November, amount aggravated the decline. to 170,000,000 pounds as contrastThe Information of the Dcparttuwnt ed with the lesser exports of of Agriculture Indicates that the sup- 08,000.000 for November. 1017. The ply of bogs has Increased about 8 per Increased demands of the allies are cent, while the highest unofficial esti- continuing, and are In theniMtve mate does not exceed 15 per cent In proof of the necessity for the large for creased production over last year. On production asked. which the Food Admin. Istrutlon The Increase In. the other hand, the, arrival of hoes on Ptg Sneo) In a I All students do somo work with their hands from six to sixteen hours a week as janitors or in tho farm, carpenter shop, printing office, laundry, boarding hall, ofllco, etc., and receive pay which reduces their expenses. young man or young woman can got an education Any at Berea if there is the will to do so. able-bodied If il is impossible for any young man or young woman to be in school the full year, by all means they should enter for a courso dur- ing the winter and spring terms. The public schools will close annul Christmas and the teachers and advanced pupils should not be idle through tho long winter months but should bo studying in Berea wbero the best education can be gotten for lca.st money". , Applicants must bring or send a testimonial showing that they an above 15 years old, in good health and of good character. This may bi signed by some former Berea student in good standing or some rellabli teacher or neighbor. The use of tobacco is strictly forbidden. For information or friendly advice writo to tho Secretary, MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Ky. Berea College Hospital Best Equipment and Service at Lowest Cost. Wards for Men and for Women, Private Rooms, Bath9, Electric Service. Sun-parlo- Surgery, Care in Eye Treatment, Nosejand Ear, General Practice Child-birt- h, Come in and visit an establishment, which is a friend in need, and in reach of all the people. Robert H. Cowley, M.D., Physician Mrs. Anna Powell Hackett, Superintendent Smoking. Meat should bo removed from the hrlue when It Is cured ami not allowed to remain In the brine overtime. When the meat Is removed from the brine it should be soaked for about half an hour In water. If meat has r almsl In the brine longer than the allotted time, soak each piece half an hour and three minutes extra for each day over- time. The meat should then bo wash- ed In lukewarm water, strung, ami hung In the smokehouse. Do not hang (be ment so flint the pieces touch. The space between the meat Is necessary to Insure gooil clrciilatl f smoke around the meat. Permit the meat to hang In circulation of s kehoiiM for 21 hours before beginning lo smoke. A slow fire should ho started, so that the meat will warm up gradually. Pol not get the house too hot. The I re can 'JTJ; I'V'""?0?: y "A"" '"" smoking Is complete, holding the tern pdiilure as even as possible (l'.'O degrees V.). Tldrty-slto (8 hours Is the time required to smoke u lot of ment, hut If the meat Is Intended to he kept for any length of time slower nnd longer smoking Is desirable. During worm weather It Is better to start the lire every other day rather tliani neat up the meat too much. In the winter, however, If the fire Is not kept going the meat may cool and the. smoke will not penetrutu properly. Al soon as the meat Is thoroughly smoked, open the doors and ventilator, so thai tho ment con cool. When tho meat U Hiiiokcd It can hang In the smokehouse, hilt for absolute safe keeping It should ' bo wrapped or packed away. Preserving Smoked Meats. Smoked meat ufter It Is hard and firm should bo wrapped In heavy paper and put Into muslin sacks. It Is very Important that tho top of the sack be tied properly so as to keep out Insects. Cut the strings from the hams or bacons beore they are placed. Jn the ' .' x I I , There Tn 'gTeiTl leTTileiicy In use the same string to hang up the meat after It Is sacked. It Is liuws-Klblto tie the top of the sack and make It Inject proof If a string .stick out of the top. In tying the top of the suck make a double wrap before tying n knot and this will prevent the enKnelt wick trance of any Insects. should be painted with yellow wash mid then each piece can be hung up for future um. Never stack the bams and biunu In it pile after yellow wash has been applied. Recipe for Yellow Wash. For 100 pounds hams or bacons use: three pounds barium sulphate, O.Ofi sWITh. pound glue, 0.0S pound chrome yellow, 0.10 pound Hour. Half (111 a pall with water and mix In the Hour, dissolving all lumps thor- , , , ,)KS(,h mv In of water In a separate ves- Bel nml add the solution and the glue to the Hour: bring the whole to u boll tmd add the barium sulphate slowly, Ftlrrlng constantly, Make the wash the day before It Is required. Stir It frequently when using, and apply with lr u brush. OATS PREFERRED FOR FOWLS In Nearly All Parts of United Statts, Under Normal Conditions, Corn Is Cheapest (Prepared by tho United Slates Depart, ment of Agriculture.) Under normal conditions corn Is, In nearly ull parts of the United States, tho cheapest poultry feed. Hut at times llko tho present oats aro to bo preferred. When corn U worth 51.60 n bushel oats should bo 75 cents and barley $1.20 u bushel to glvo tho same value for tho money when fed to poultry, as corn. V November 21, 1018. TUB CITIZEN WHAT PROHIBITION DID FOR WALT MASON In the September American Magazine. William Allen While, editor of Pago Sovcn wrioviD uniform inteumtioimi. that be bad filled up (his sumptuous olllce for my exclusive use. SfiNMrSaiooL the Kmporia Oazetle, tells briefly the slnry of the rhyme-write- r, and II. FITZWATIvH, (lly IIRV I. !., Mr. Mason himself telli that story Teacher of Knxllah HI hie In tint Mnoily much moro in detail. It Is an in inuie inmuuie or i nienKu.) (Copyright, IMS. Weitcrn Newnpnper lercsllng story, as lold by them both Union.) Mr. While's portion of II, in part, reads thus: LESSON FOR DECEMBER 1 "It was Kmporia that did the business for Walt M noon Kmporia and THE STORY OF JOSEPH. the Indomitable soul in him. Ho I Lesson oomikn I.KHSON TKXT -- Ocneili 17.tH.2S. TKXT-iiatr- mi ttirretii mii up . u i"" proper environment. """; e uer-uriSo, per- i " ,lr" "n wrnln for a job on the Gazelle, ho said that he had nil the degrees that could be conferred up- (37;l-l- ). " bim by a certain institution' Joseph was Jacob's fnvorllc mm. which elnlined (o cure This was dun partly to the fnct tlmt "nd that he had tried high resolves he whs the won of the wife of his drnt many times, only l0 wnko up and love nnil the son of his old age, hut find the brewer's daughter feeding mainly because of the importer Qitul- - his week's salary to her favorite Itles which Joseph possessed. This cat. He said he wanted, beforo bo favoritism expressed Itself In n su- quit, (o Iry a dry town. It started perior position nnil more respectable dry. In IKTJ-that isn't a misprint, clothes. Tlmt Jacob should feel par tial toward Joseph, perhups, was un for it was 01 years ago, in an ago nvoldable, but that he. should manifest w'IPn n preacher could slew bis soul It was extremely unwise. Serious " umuy witnoul losing caste bm- trouble will always result from par- - poria in the charter of the town tlnllty being shown toward children, company started with n prohibition Ills brethren's Intense hntred burst clause. Il did not always hold the forth upon him. This feeling was In- - rlmi (lend nway. Hut it always tenslfled by his pure life and by bis Mlhered him to get in. So he never testimony among them because of their i And for a axp,,(ifat evil d Is. Joslah Is tyi of Christ. Kmporia, while not bone- living in feiiohin with il un Ms father Ht Hebron 017:14); dry, has not been moist "When Walt Mason came hero the Christ was with the Kuther before coming Into the world (John own was fairly dry. Alcohol formed 10:28); Joseph wan the beloved son no part of the town's conscious (Genesis 37:3); Christ the be thoupliL No one invited him to loved Son of God (Matthew 3:17) ; Jo- drink. Hn heard no talk of drink; seph wm hated by his brethren (Gene- he saw no one drinking; and to get sis 37 :4) ; Christ was hated by his liquor be would have had to associbrethren (John 15:24); Joseph was ate wilh loafers and envied by his brethren (Genesis B7:ll) ; Christ wns delivered up through envy So Walt Mason, in n dry town, having plenty of work to do, did it well. (Mark 10:10). And the town stood by and cheered II. Joseph's Dreamt (37:5-111. Ills brothers' sheaves bowing In him. Ten thousand people became his friends. They are his friends obclsanco to hlB. This wns rightly Interpreted by them today. "Walt Mason is the Homer of modto mean their humhle obedience to ern America, and particularly of him. Tills Intensified their hatred. 2. The sun, moon ood eleven stare Middle-WesteAmerica, the Amerrendering obeisance to him. ica of the country town. For, nfter This dream Is wider In Its applica- trying the city, Kast and West, ho tion. The eleven stars are Identical found bis feet anil restored bis soul with the eleven sheaves. The Bun and ALCOHOL AND INFLUENZA Kmporia. And tho town is moon, as rightly Interpreted by his fa- hero in vastly proud of him. And they are II may be emphatically stated that ther, represented bis father and mother as rendering obeisance to him. glad to tell tho stranger all about it. no temperance organization is opIf you really deslro to seo a doting posed to the use of alcoholicsjiquors III. Joseph Sent by His Father on Mission of Mercy to HI Brethren (vv. parent, como to Kmporia and start as medicines where competent medthe talk on Walt Mason in any store, ical advisors believe them valuable, Ills brethren bud gone to Shcchcin, In any office, in any shop. No proud but it is a simple fact that the great bout fifty miles distant from Hebron, father has moro stories of his first. tn If tt I tt ninilnrn itln'oiniono t r a nliiiml wr a tW nnattlrA na IO r i t .. il ny 1 nn r'n"'ona i"as n,,0Uli m-- li WBa lievo alcohol to ho valueless for M -arc "r "'medical purposes except when used are all good c.nornaiiy. Ann mey aro aimosi a young man now seventeen years old, er reau a line oi au mmnj,n()U3 in opposing its uso in Undeto find out their condition. If you don't raS).s 1)f jnfliinnzn and nnou- terred by the envious hatred of his Mason' brethren. ho willingly responded, "Here care a pin for rhyme anyhow you 1()na. This is a question to bo I am." No doubt he realized that his will read this rhymer's story of him- - rutt((l by expert professional wns fraught with greut dan- - self with .keen interest, and will find, j0I( an, j)V reformers, interested Kcrs the expoHure to hlgtiw'uy rob neiore you unisii, mat me moisiuruj ,jmIor parljsanS( or suporstitious tiers, wild beasts, and the murderous IS K.illin uiK uihht ji'ur uji uur. it ami ignorant peoplo who believe hatred of his brethren. Notwithstand-In- c least that is what we found; and that a bag of nsafoctida bung around this, he rendered willing obedi wo arc frank to say lhat tho proso the neck i3 a sure preventative of ence. Christ was sent ny tne r uiner form of poetry lias never appealed most of the ailments to which bu on n mlsxlon of mercy to his brethren I T.h. .1.1.1. n.n 1.11. I'l.O ? Ml. to us much morn than the form now mnn flesh i heir. Ti.n.,.,i. I... ti..i il.., ..nviouB nITected by a few good peoplo. which It is .said that the 158th Infantry, hatrel of his brethren would result In they call vers libro; neither have tho bis HufTcrlug anil death on the cross, writers of that form. In our bum f Arizona, now with tho expedi he went forth delighting to do his Fa- ble opinion, poetry should not only tionary forces, claims tho honor of ther's will. rhyme, but should look rhythmic. being the driest regiment in tho IV. Joseph' Reception by HI Brethand not poso as prose, army. Tho entire commissoned perren (vv. But MaRon writes bis own "Story sonnel of tho regiment have taken 1. Their murderous plot (vv. n Who Camo Back" in an oath to drink no intoxicants unof a They said "Heboid this dreamer simple prose, with not a rhyme in it, This Is hut with a homely frankness which til the war is ended. cometh, let us slay him." whut Christ's brethren said ubout him The University of California has Ho was 22 years old (Matt. 21: 38). They thought they captivates. wbon bis nowspnpor career began; issued a statement that 250,000 tons would prevent these dreams coming grapes which will be untrue by destroying the dreumer. Iteu-be- n ho was 15 wbnn bo admitted himself of wine dlsNuiided them from this act by "Down and Out." Occasionally bo marketable for beverage purposes, proposing to cust him Into a pit. In- would "live liko an anchorite" for can bo made into syrup worth and equivalent to 40,000 tons tending afterward to rescue him and a few days; but his "virtous re- restore him to his father. solves never lasted longor than two of sugar. 2. They strip him of his coat of or three weeks." Ho was tho easy In Greater Now York 2fU7 saloons many colors und cast hi in Into the pit victim conditions closed on October 1. of newspaper In spite of his eurnest (vv. El, when "boozo" appenrcd n necessity entreaty against this act they perpe- to newspaper making. Hero is one The examination by tho S'cnato (Oeneels trated this heartless cruelty committee investigating tho activiof his illustrations: 42:21). "In November of one immemorial ties of the brewers of evulenco in tho .1. Their feasting (v. 25). cruelty Is mnnlfest year I was seated In a beautifully hands, of the Department of Justice Their heartless In flint they could enjoy the festivities furnished editorial room, tho star will almost certainly reveal that tho of a meal, perliupn, within the night man of a great and growing nows- - opposition of other prominent men paper. The managing editor llioi to prohibition has been no moro disand hearing of Joseph's cries, i, Sold blm to the Ishmuelltes (vv. so much of work, nnd was so con- interested than tho opposition of 2.V28). vinced (tint I had reformed for good, Mr. Brisbane that they sell Juiliih proposed additional ip.votionai, UKAniNO-i'Ht- MATKiiiAitienraii 17: booze-flghtc- rs, plug-uglie- s. ). rn honored and pelted in every ble way. In the following February I was shoveling snow off the sidewalks in an Iowa town to get Ibe price of a feed and bunk." KeiHo was a wonderful workor. llors liked him for what ho could do, and apparently did so well when ho was sober. Of another experience he says; "I blew into Denver one rold day, shivering in n suit that would have too gauzy in Floribeen da. I wa penniless nnd hungry, ami, as had been sleeping in box cars for (wo nights, I looked like something left over from a rummage sale." He gol work on the News. At last ho had "seen tho error of h ways and was. going to abandon tho husks and the swine." The paper's proprietor said if lie would behave himself his future was assured. His promises were strong nnd eloquent. II Ih good resolutions, he assured Mr. Arkins, "were like the laws of the Medes and the Persians, and also had a Fining family resemblance to the lloek of GihralUir. Thrones might crumble and dynasties crash, hut my resolution would rise triumphant over the wreck of matter." "'Go and get your suit of clothes,' said Mr. Arkins, 'and come around tomorrow ready for regular work.' "I went forth nnd got tho suit of clothes (a present from Mr. A.l. I don't remember what happened after that. Two or three (lays later I woke up at Ogdcn, Utah, and I have never known why I went there or how I got there." Now Mason has lived ten yeara in Kmporia; has paid all bis old debts, has built him two good homes, from the proceeds of his rhymes, and, fortunately, in a dry town, has found "all the old longings for riot ous living" departed. But ho sticks to the dry environments. He refuses all opportunities to locato in Chicago, New York, and even Louden. He is a living testimony, at M years of age, of what prohibition will do for n man who is willing to iccepl it and enjoy its benefits. I was possi- GERMAN WOMEN MACHINE GUNNERS CAPTURED i Id miiex from union- - Il Ik m'mi ., ,rii ,rl,ni Uit. iMioy oi iiii (,1'nil ll 111 till, lthv kuieater ut the left on July 28, 1.1 Hiterry, when; a company of the Unit d .States fortes w;as iidvnncliij: throimh n heavy nbout innchlnc inciiirei wiitnen In the picture were nt the time operating u machine Kun ii gai list the advancing troops, and stilted tlmt these three women were captured by the Americans. i lint ). ! lit !KJK?.SEt 7Z ni... opin-rnlssl- on I ). ). Has-Hoe- I him, ns no gain could nccruo from letting him die In tho pit. One Judas, Inter, sold tho Lord for money. Having done this Infamous deed, they sought to cover It up by deceit and lying. They took his coat of many colors and dipped It In tho blood of a kid and sent It to his father, nllowlng blm to draw his own conclusions ns to tho matter. Jacob In now reaping what he had nown. Many years before this ho had deceived his father by trickery and pious lying. Others. Tho late General llooth was asked upon one occasion to send a message to tho various stations of tho Salvation Army throughout tho world, and After to condense Into one word. some rellertlon ho chose tho word "Others I" Thero wns u whole sermon In It the call to sacrifice. F THIS IS WHAT ONE FRENCH SHELL DID "1 The Key to Knowledge. While General MiiiikIii wns boinlmrdlus: thu (iermiui pokltlons on tho "If any man do his will, ho shall U't btcrn front bis artillery dUeovered the locution of this (leriimu know of tho doctrine, whether It be of gun mounted upon a truck. Tho tlmt shot aimed at the gun struck It God." Obedience, then, Is tho key of cleuu nmldslilDi und cut It In half. knowledge. Christina O. Itossettl. ford no fair Index of the aggregate : I supply and demand. It must be evident that the en or- mous shortnge In fats In the Central Empires and neutral countries would , Immediately upon peace result In adto d committee, comprising MrTThomas ditional demands for pork products E. Wilson, chairman of the Pack which, on top of the heavy shipments era' Committee; Mr. Everett Brown, to the Allies, would tend materially president of the Chicago Livestock Ex to Increase the American exports, In-- 1 change; Major Hoy of the Food Ad nsmuch as no considerable reservoir of ministration, Mr. Louis D. Hall of the supplies exists outside of the United Bureau of Mnrketa, to undertake the States. It seems probable that the supervision of the execution of the present prospective sullies would be plan In the various markets. CommisInadequate to meet this world demand sion men are asked to In with the return to peace. So far as It carrying out the plan embodied In the Is possible to Interpret this fact. It appackers' agreement It must be evl pears that there should be even a dent that offers by commission men to stronger demand for pork products sell hogs belovr the minimum estabnfter the war, and therefore any alarm lished above Is not fair, either to the of hog producers as to the effect of producer or the participating packers. peace Is unwarranted by the outlook. Mr. Drown has undertaken on behalf In the light of these circumstances of the commission men In the United It ts the conclusion of the conference States that they will loyally support that attempts to hold the price of hogs the plan. It Is believed by the conference that to the price of corn may work out to the disadvantage of pork producers. . this new plan, based ns It Is upon a It U the conclusion that any Interpre- - positive minimum basis, will bring bet tntlon of the formula should be a ter results to the producer thnn aver- broad gauged policy applied over a ' Age prices for the month. It does not long period. It la the opinion of the i limit top prices and should narrow conference that In substitution of tho the margins necessary to country buyprevious plans of stabilization the ers In more variable markets. It Is Live Stock Subcommittee of the Agrl- - believed thnt the plan should work out cultural Advisory Hoard, together with close to $18 average. Swine producers of the country will the specially Invited swine representatives, should accept the Invitation of . contribute to their own Interest by t. ...... . uvu Aflmfnlstrntlnn in .Inln with noLfloodtnc the. market, for It. must be l i C riuul ............... a Hmlnlatrnttnn nnil (hp nncbpni In .v..- .kvjt.i. evld'enf tlint If an excessive over per kill" - - I' determining the prlcca at which con- centage of hogs Is marketed In any trolled export orders are to be placed. one month price stabilization and con This will be regularly done. The In trol cannot succeed, and It Is certain fluence of these orders will be directed that producers themselves can contrt- to the maintenance of the common ob- - bute materially to the efforts of tho tect namely, the stabilization of the conferences If they will do their mark price of live hogs so as to secure as far etlng In as normal a way aa possible. The whole situation" aa existing at as U ts possible fair returns to the producer and the Insurance of an ade- present demands a frank and explicit assurance from the conferees reprequate future supply. These foreign orders ore placed sented namely, that every possible upon the basis of cost of hogs to the effort will be made to maintain a live hog price commensurate with swine packers. As the result of long negotiations production costs and reasonable sellbe' ween this body and the Packers' ing values In execution of the declared Committee, representing the 45 to 60 policy of the Food Administration jiaciers participating In foreign or- to use every agency In Its control to ders, together with the Allied buyers, secure Justice to the farmer. The stabilization methods adopted all under the Chairmanship of the Food Administration, the following un- for November represent the best efdertaking has been given by the pack- forts of the conference, concurred In by the Food Administration und the ers: In view of the undertakings on the Livestock Subcommittee of the Agripart of the Food Administration with cultural Advisory Hoard, together legard to the purchases with special swine members und the of pork products, covered In the at- representatives of the packers, to Imtached, It Is agreed that the pnekers prove the present unsatlsfuetory situparticipating In these orders will ation, which has unfortunately resultnot to purchaso hogs for less ed because of the Injection of unconthan the following agreed mlnlmums trollable factors. ifor the month of November, that Is a We'usk the producer to dally minimum or J17.M) per hundred with us In n most illlllcult tusk. pounds on average of packers' droves, The members of the Conference excluding throw-outs- . "Throw.outa" were r to bo defined ns pigs under 130 Producers II. C. Stuart, Elk Garpounds, stngs, boars, thin sows nnd den. Va., Chairman Agricultural Adskips. Further, thnt no hogs of ony visory Hoard; W. M. McFuilden, Chikind shall be bought, except throw-outcago, III.; A. Sykes, Ida Grove, la.; at less than $10,M) per hundred John M. Evvard, Ames, la.; J. II. Merpounds. The average of packers' cer, Live Stock Commission for Kun-midroves to bo construed as the averngo J. G. Hrnwn, Monon, Intl. ; E. O. of tho total sales In tho market of ull Hrown, President Chicago Livestock hogs for u given day. All the above Kxchuiigo; N. II. Gentry, Sednllu, Mo.; to bo biued on Chicago. John Grattuu, Hroomlleld, Colo.; EuWo nirreo that a committee shall be gene Funk, Hloomlngton, III.; Isaac appointed by tho Food Administration Lincoln, Aberdeen, S. 1).; C. W. Hunt, to check the dully operations In the Ijgun, la.; C. E. Vuncey, W. It. Dod-sovarious markets with a view to supervision nnd demonstration of the carryFood Administration Herbert Hooing out of the ubove. ver, F. S. Snyder, Mujor E. U Hoy, G. The ability of the puckers to carry II. Powell. out this arrangement will depend on Pepurtment of Agriculture liuls there being a normal marketing of I). Hall, F. It. Marshall. hogs based upon the proportionate In The (nickers present mid others crcuso over tho receipts of lust year. sharing in foreign orders were repreTho Increuso In production npiwars to sented by the elected packers' commitbo a maximum of about IS per cent, tee. Those represented were: and we can handle such nu IncrciiKo. Puckers Armour A Co., Chicago, If the producers of bogs should, iih III. ; Cilduhy Parking Co., Chicago, III.; they have In tho past few weens, pre- Morris & Co., Chicago. III.; Swift maturely market bogs In such lucrea Co., Chicago. 111. : Wilson A Co., Chicalug numbers over the above It Is en- go, III. ; John Agar Co., Chlcugo, HI. ; tirely beyond the ability of the pack- Armstrong Parking Co., Hallux, Tex.; ers to maintain these mlnlmums. and Hoyd Duuhiim & Co., Chicago, 111.; therefore wo mutt have tho Hrcimuii Packing Co., Chlcugo, 111,; of the producer himself to mainCincinnati Abattoir Co.. Cincinnati, tain these results. It Is a physical O. ; Cleveland Provisions Co., CleveImpossibility for the capacity of the pucklnc bouses, to bundle, a. similar land. Q.; Cuduhv Hros.Co., Cudah, I ! I I HOG MARKET from Pipe Six) porf demand appears to" be imply sufficient to take up the Increase In hog production, but unfavorable market conditions existing In October af(Continued STEADIER of bogs snoTo flnda tnartet for the output. The packers are anx Ions to wltfi the producers In maintaining a stabilization of nrlce and to see that producers receive a fair price for their products. (Slpied) THOS. E. WILSON, Chairman Packers' Committee. The plan embodied above was adopt ed by the conference. The Food Administrator has appoint- dver-flood Wis."; J. Dold Packing Co., Buffalo, J Y.; Dunlevy Packing Co., Pittsburg. Pa.; J. E. Decker & Sons, Mason City, la. ; Evnnsvllle Pocking Co., Evans-vllle- , Ind. ; East Side Pncklng Co., East St. IOiil.i, III.; Hnmmond Stnndlsh A Co., Detroit, Mich.; G. A. IJorniel A Co., Austin, .Minn.; Home Packing A Ioe Co., Terre Haute, Ind.; Independent Parking Co., Chicago, III.; Indianapolis Abuttolr Co., Indianapolis, Ind.; International Provision Co., Brooklyn, N. V.; Interstate Packing Co., WInonu, Minn.; Iowa Packing Co., Des Moines, In.; Powers Hegg Co., Jacksonville, HI.; Klngiiu & Co., Indianapolis, Ind.; Krey Packing Co., St. Louis, Mo. ; Lake Erie Provision Co., Cleveland. O.; Lay-to- n Co., Milwaukee, Wis.; Oscar Mayer A Sedgwick and Beethoven Hro streets, Chicago, 111.; J. T. McMillan Co.; St. PauL Minn.; Miller A Hart. Chlcacp. III. : J. MorrelL & Co.. Qttum-ivh- , IST; Nuckolls" PacElng Ca7 Pueblo, Colo. ; Ogden Packing and Provision Co., Ogden, Utah ; Ohio Provision Co., Cleveland, O.; Parker Webb & Co., Detroit, Mich.; Pittsburg Packing and Provision Co., Pittsburg, Pa.; Hath Packing Co., Waterloo, la.; Hoberts A Oake, Chicago, III. ; Rohe A Bros., City ; W. C. Houth A Co., Logans-por- t, Intl.; Ht. Louts Ind. Packing Co., St Louis, Mo.; Sinclair A Co., T. M. Cedar Hupids, la.; Sullivan A Co., DeProvision troit, Mich.; Theurer-NortoCo., Cleveland, O.; Wilson Provision Co., Peoria, 111. ; Western Packing and Provision Co., Chicago, III.; Charles Wolff Packing Co., Topeka, Kan. New-Yor- k n PLANE ALMOST HITS WILSON President Has Narrow Escape When Huge Machine Pasxes Eight Feet Over His Head Wife Unnerved. Washington, Nov. 10. President Wilson bail n narrow escape from denth, ,or at least serious Injury, when he stood directly In the path of a Handley-Pughigh bombing airplane which was making n landing at the polo field in Potomac park. The pilot, by a quick and skillful twist of the great machine, brought It up nnd pnss-eover the president's bend nt n of not more than eight feet. The great crowd that wns watching the exhibition flight of the largest aircraft In the country gnsped when It was seen that the president wns In danger of being bowled over. The machine wns not more thnn two feet off the ground and senrcely 2.1 feet In front of the president when It swooped Mrs. Wilson, who was to the ground. with the president, liecnine so nt what seemed to tie the president's close cll, that she Insisted thnt he return to the White House nt one. He left soon after, amid ringing cheers by the crowtl. e tl dls-tnn- .'."" J U. S. DESTROYER IS SUNK Shaw Cut In Two and Sent to Bottom by Canadian Pacific Steam, ship Mellta. New York, Nov. 10. The United s, Stntes destroyer Shaw was rammed by the Canadian Pucllle line steumshlp Melltu nnd was cut In two und sunk October 0. It was learned upon Uw an-of the Mellta here. CHANGING VARIETY 1 s; OF WHEAT Should Be Done Only for Purpose of Getting Better Kind for Certain Localities. (Prepared by tho United States Department of Agriculture.) Changing tho kind of wheat grown Fhould be done only for tho purpose of getting a proved better variety. It Is often desirable to tlo this, provided It Is proved beyond question tlmt tho new variety Is belter for that locality. "new" vurletles, extravagantly advertised ut fancy prices, should bo disregarded completely. Itetl Cross-Rol- l Call from Decem16th to 23rd this year. Moro than 22.000,000 nnswored "Hero I" a year ngol Let's make, it unanimous ber thin year. Pago Eight THE CITIZEN November 21, 1918. East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else No rotTMpondr nc pubtUhnl unlr n U not for puMlcttlon. but BRITISH CAVALRY CHARGING THE HUfs Farm For Sale! 175 ACRES One Mile East of Conway, Ky., Convenient to Church and School nidrnce ot litnl In full by the writtr. Tfia nm irooil fHh. Writ plainly. JACKSON COUNTY McKce MoKee, Nov. 18. Professor Halrd, (if Heron, spoke at McKco Acatlomy last evening, and at tlio Court House lliis morning in favor of tho United War Campaign. All tlio ' leaolicrs of this county met in the public square last Wednesday, to make preliminary arrangements to ourry on tho United War Work campaign. Lloyd Moore, who ha? been visiting homo folks for several weeks, returned to Richmond this morning where ho will continue his school work. Tlio Senior Kings Daughters met at the home of their President, Mrs. II. F. Minter, last Saturday. This circle gave- $25.00 to the Y. M. C A. Miss Agnes Fnrmcr, teacher of McKec Public School, tiad a box supper given Saturday evening, for the benefit-o- f the United War Work Campaign. $30.50 was raised. Molly McQueen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert McQueen, was married Saturday evening to Dewey Fowler, both of McKee. Miss Gertrude Tussoy, of Middle-foris visiting Dr. and Mrs. Horns-b- y of this place. Mrs. Pearl Med-loo- k Tructt, of Annvillc, is visiting of her father and mother-in-laMoKeo. McKee went over tho top, and then some, in raising the United War Work fund. The quota for MoKee district was $150, and they raised $250.50. Hy tho returns so far it is safe to say the county will Dr. .1. A. Exceed its quota, Si, 000. MalialTey, of Sturgeon, mado a business trip to McKee, Monday. The examining trial of Emanuel Powell, who is charged with the murder of was his wife anil mother-in-labelli by Judge Johnson last JI y. He was held over without hail to await the action of the grand jury. Mr. and Mrs. W. It. Reynolds, of Tynor. wore visiting Mr. and Mrs. Hampton Minter last Wednesday. Mioda, the sixteen year old daughter of Joshua Hollnnworth. died Friday evening of the "tin." Hugh Hugh, Nov. 17. We have had a fine fain today. Wheat here is looking (Inc. Jonah Fry, near here, is moving to Hobtown. Hurt Clem-mois moving back to tho mountain homo place. Hiram Melcalf is wing' to move into the house vacated by CIcmmons. Frank Camcll is moving to his homo ho bought on Hluo Lick. Dob Smith is moving to Berea, soon. Grover Drew is bettor. k, w, on-dans died the 29th. Ho was one of tho (Irst drafted boys to go overseas and serve his country Zach was a good boy and loved by all who knew him. He leaves a father and mother, llvo sisters, thrco brothers and a host of friends to mourn his loss. Wo extend our heartfelt sympathy to the bereaved ones. Ethel Wilson, who belongs lo the Army Nurse Corps, her unit now being stationed in France, sends n message to her mother, telling what a beautiful country it is over there, and what an enjoyable time Ac is having. Married, Luther Peters to Miss Pearl NnnU. May joy, Hence, and happiMisses ness bo theirs forever. Martha Smith and Alma Flancry, of Hcattyville, have been visiting Jas. Smith for the past few days. Hurt Pierson has just recently purchased the farm owned by Frank Spcnco for $325. We bopo to see schools open up again next Monday with Mrs. Mary Wilson good attendance. and Margaret Welch arc planning on visiting friends and relatives in Horn to the Hazard next week. wife of Blovins Brewer, a bouueing girl..!. B. Spcncc is still on tlio sick list. Wm. N. Cook will start for Ohio where he contemplates working for a while. Mrs. of Green Hall, visited her daughter, Mrs. L. B. Brewer, one day last week. Conkling Conkline, Nov. 10. The "flu' J has about subsided here, but Is raging in other parts of the county. Kash McCollum visited his mother at Cressmont, Saturday and Sunday. Miss Ida Harvey, teacher at this place, is canvassing the district, in the interest of tlio Y. M. C. A. School will reopen again, November 25th. Doc Mainous and family will leave s(5on for Colorado. Mrs. H. L. Eversole is reported to have "flu." Everybody is jubliant over the nows that tho world war is ended. sympathy goes out Our heart-fe- lt a, for President and Mrs. Frost, of in the loss of their son. Bo-re- About half under cultivation; the oilier in woodland, with some jjood timber. Good house, barn and outbuildings, one tenant house; two acres strawberries, 200 peach trees and other fruit. This farm is one of th most desirable properties Is well watered with two in this section of country. never-failin- g spring. wells and one Price for quick sale, $3,500 t1 lit uindc kmmI Hi. ' I - l n'wot- H pli' the top fn rldse soiucw here -- r In 1'iunce. '1 " ilmiHV lit tin lliui" mid It till" M' li.m it u.Milry troop chnrglng over The Misses Ora and Emma lMridgo were r.i Richmond, Monday. There .lie Mi'M'ii'l new ease of the "llu" Reasonable terms may be procured by intending purchasers, l'or further particulars address dozen and hens 10 cents per lb., here. G. W. Browning lost two flno pigs this week.,!. L. Pennington and family are planning to spond tho winter in Hamilton, Ohio. John Homer is hauling logs to Morgans and Pennington's mill, and is going to build a new dwelling within a Howard Robinson's few weeks. little infant, who has been so low with influenza, is slowly improving. U. Si BERRY, Conway, Kentucky PROPER STORAGE FOR BEETS When Placed In Cellar Avoid Large Piles ai It It Liable to Cauie Heating and Decay. I CLARK COUNTY Log Lick Log Lick, Nov. 17. Born to the ' POWELL COUNTY vClay City Clay City, Nov. 18. We have had some very frosty, cool nights, tho past week. Some fow farmers have butchered shoals. The "flu" is fad- ing away in the County. However, there are" a few cases yet. It has been estimated that there has been about 750 persons afflicted with the disease, and about 30 deaths. Miss Lizzie Adams, of Covington has been spending somo time with her many relatives in the County, and at Torrent. G. W. Bush, tho Vaughn's mill merchant, mado a business trip to Lexington last Thursday. Henry Withers, who has been employed in Middletown, Ohio, for somo time, has moved back near this city to live. Undo James Kin-oai- d departed this life on Thursday, November 14th, and was laid to rest tho following day, in tho Vaughn's mill cemetery; and in which section he had lived a good many years. Undo Jim had been suffering from a physical breakdown for tho past 22 months, duo to his advanced age. Of his, near km, ho leaves a wife, sister and brother to mourn his death. A meeting was hold at Vaughn' mill, last Friday, in tho interest of War Work Campaign, and a nice sum was contributed by tho audience. Tho speakers wore: H. H. Harrison, Dudloy Caudill, and Mr Martin. OWSLEY COUNTY wife of C. C. Elkin, of Crcssy, a line boy, November 8, which they named Quinton flryson. The wifo of Peter Wills, and Mrs. Harg Allen, both of this place, died recently. Mrs. Wills died of typhoid fever, and Mrs. Allen Both women died of influenza. leave several ohildrcn and a host if friends and relatives to mourn their death. Garfield Johnson, of near Bloomingdale, this county, died last night of pneumonia. He was a nice young man and a prosperous farmer. A new son made his appearance in the homo of J. M. Elkin. November Uth. Mother and son are both doing well. There has been more sickness and deaths, in this community than we have ever seen at one time before. Dr. A. T. Neal treated over 300 cases of the "flu" without losing a single case. We were real sorry to hear of tho death of John York, Jr., which occurred not long since. The family and friends have our heartfelt sympathy. Hundreds of turkoys were gathered up hero and in Estill and Powell counties and taken to Winchester last week. Tho prico paid bore was 25 cents per pound on foot, higher than wo have over known. Most all the sick in our town and country are .convalescent at this time. v CLAY COUNTY Malcom .Mnlcotn, Nov. 10. Wo are. having lino weather, nnd farmers are busy Sturgeon Sturgoon.Nov. 17. telegram was recently received from tho War Dopnrtmont telling of tho death of Zaoli Wilson, son of Thoop. Wilson. Ho was wounded the Cth of July and gathering corn. Tlio "flu" lias us hero. Mrs. ccasoil troubling Cynthia Thomas who has been so poorly, is Improving. Mrs. Rebecca Drowning is not as well .as usual at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ponder spent Sunday with Mr. and Miss Suddlo Mrs. J. L. Pennington. Downoy nnd Miss Mattio Leo Clarko spent Sunday with Mrs. Rebecca Drowning. Eggs aro 48 cents per Save Wheat for Our Soldiers l Good Light Bread and Biscuit can be made from POTTS RYE FLOUR Order a sack from your Grocer and be Convinced in P;iuit Lick. Ml" Johnetta Fnrra, ,.f Lancaster, was the welcome guest ,f I lie Misses Mary Mao and Pearl Liut. Carl Walker, 1al week. Ht wanl will visit his aunt. Mrs. A. B. Wnn, next week. Ho is nt his home at Layn.on at the present-Frie- nds tr Miss Nannie Kidwell wens niriy to hear of her death, which occurred Inst week. Miss Kidwcl CARTER COUNTY had visited tier sister, Mrs. Walter Hitchins Manse,-nni- t lul made Ed-- ! Contois, nt Hitchimf, Nov. 18. Friends of friends while there. Richard K. Cook, a former student of pinny ward Lackey and Zack Hester, of Camp Berea College and late teacher of Sunday with home llui'll, Pulaski County, and Owsley Counand Au.os Park. ho f..kH. I.ognn West ty, will bo pleased to learn that tf s. A. T. C, Lexington, wore at has recently become Industrhl Sec- Imiiio, Sunday. Howard Wuarren retary of the Y. M- - C A. at Hitchins, ' ami Anixje Green, of Lancaster, Ky.. where Mrs. Cook and other Be-- 1 to Camp Buell, Monday, havrea students well remembered as ing been at homo Tor thirty days. Miss Myrtle Farley will join him on Julio Creech received a telegram the January 1st to establish their Uth suying his son. Felix Creech, reEdward is still luid ln'i'ii killed in Franco, October membered in Pulaski and Owsley 0. Mr. and Mrs. Creech have the for those big Educational Rallys hej nmipnthy of tho entire community. engineered, and now much greater This is their serond son to give tns There achievements are expected. life during the war. Mr. and Mrs. was a genuine Berea reunion Bennett Roope spent Thursday night last Sunday night when Willis N.I .t Silver Creek-swilhis mother. Maddox and Edw. K. Cook, two for- The "llu'' ban will he lifted in Lanmer students of Berea, well known caster, Sunday. Mrs. George Conn, by The Citizen family, met at the Mrs. A. B. IMridge, anil Lnbon Kirk Justice Hotel to help arrango for have tho "flu." Mrs. John Tatem, new students to get to Berea. Robt. Jr., was r. Lancaster visitor, ThursHose, who recently came homo from day. -- Mr. and Mrs. A. B. and W. C Camp Tavlor on a furlough, has Wynn made a business trip to Lantaken suddenly ill and is unable to' caster, Friday . E. C. MeWhortor has return at present. Our city schools! .thl his farm r.nd will have a sale, ifill rnArt.nni,il nflil rfiallRIlt WflrV. Nu ember 30th, stix:k, farm Monday, November 25th. Miss Jes-- ! implements, household and kitchen sio Moborly was visiting the home furniture and three automobiles. It of Miss Myrtle Justice Sunday. is with regret that the community Dr. Moorman of the State Y: M. C.' will give his family up. Mr. and A. Committee, late state secretary of Mrs. .1. D. Wynn, Miss Fennie Dow-de- n Alabama and Mississippi, was hero and Mrs. Bennett Roope were today after having assisted Judge shopping in Lexington, Saturday. W. J. Hampton and Rev. W. C. Mr. and Mrs. Calico, or Manse, have Reeves, of Ashland, in campaigning just received a telegram saying that Crrter County for the United War their Imy, Jessil, bns boon k'lled In Congressman France. Tho b'leaved family have Workers Societies. sympathy of all tho W. J. Fields, formerly of Olive Hill the heart-fe- lt but now of Washington, D. C, a na-ti- people hero. son whom this district has five times elected to represent her in .ROCKCASTLE COUNTY Congress, was bore visiting friends Conway last week before he started to WashConway, Nov. 19. School will beington, D. C. - As usual 'Hitchins gin again, Monday, at Fairview, went "over the top" in this drive. which has boon closed for seven weeks on. account of the influenza. GARRARD COUNTY Mr. and Mrs. Granville Cox and White Lick family, who have had the "flu," aro White Uck, Nov. 19. Mr. and improving nicely. Mrs. J. L. Calll-ha- n, Mrs. ninnton, of Knox County, are of Herea, was visiting her parvisiting their son, Ralph Moona-har- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Gill, nt ConUerman Hrnshear is In tho way, Saturday and Sunday. Miss Robinon Hospital at Iierea. Mr. Susio Heldon, who lias had Riflu-enz- a, nrid Mrs. Ralph Moonaham arc proud is ablo to bo 6ut again. Mrs. parents of a flno baby boy. Mrs. Hollo Taylor was visiting friends at II. L. Stowo spent tho day nt tlio Paris, KyX this week, and nlso her homo of'Mr. and Mrs. Join Jl. Creech daughter, Laura, at Ford. C. D. last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. John VL mado a business trjp to (Treenh received a tolegram, Novem- - Cincinnati, O., last week, her Uth, that thoir son, Private j Felix Creech, was killed in action Substitute Tor Gold. in France, October the lnth. Ho wibstl-lut- e It Is wild Unit ii wns a splendid young man, and nasi for Kohl Ih tibtiilnetl by coiublnllig many friends hero and nlo in Mon- -i PI ,iurts of copper with Ms parts of tana. Ho hnd been nt S'iou.x Pass, untlinoiiy mid folding u little muifiiosl-urenrbonute to InertHfe the weight. Montana, for five years provious to his induction into military service. It Is Mild Unit IhUilIoy con bo drnwn, very much HUo Besides his 'father and mother, ho wrought nnd soldered receives nnd regold, nrid that It hImi is survived by flvo brothers'"" and tains i' golden pollhh. It Is worth three sisters. His brother, Charles Hoinethlnc HUo 'JTi cents u pound. Creech, died at Camp Meado, Md.. John H. October the Cth, I918.-- Mrs Many Mothers Ignore Science. Creech, who has been ill for poveral Tho doctors sny wo inuM not, but days, is not improving much. what hnrm does It tie to rock u baby 1 Paint Lick It brine sleep mid It brines mnsle. for Paint Lick, Nov. ti. Mrs. P. O. no inoiher ever rocked her child withOouch nt Manso is very ill with in- out n lullaby nccoliipiiiilment. It's nil fluenza. Harrison Mays has sold gone, however, bemuse steely sclencu bis Ford and purchased a Chlvrolet Iuim. Mild (hut It must go. The only ear from White & Riddle. Messrs. I in by tbnt bus u chiincir today Is the Vogel, Rico, and Kelly, of Heron, one who Is horn nt sou oir the llrst duy wero recent guosts of W. W. West of n lone voynge. KxcIiiiiikc. and family Miss Nancy HufT, one. of theteachers in the Herea firaded JOHN WHITE & CO. School, spent last week with Mr. LOUISVILLE, KY. pud Mrs. W. C. Wynn. Mr nnd Mrs. Liberal assortment Forest Dowdcn nnd littlo ton, of and lull valuu paid Tor HnrU, visited his mothor, Mrs. J. ,FURS T. Thompson, Sunday. Mrs, Thomp- Hides and son has been very ill but is hotter. Cast Sklna - TARMS FOR SALE j i li I vo n. If it's farm land you want, I have it, and if you aro looKing tor a onr-cn- in comO to me. for I havo tho farm (ITfpurfd by lh tJnltwl fltntei Dprt-men- t you want, at tho price you want to pay. of Agriculture.) Roots should be pulled nnd the tops No. 0005 acres of land right in cut off when the soil Is dry. If they nre to be held In the stornge room In town, nlrfcnccd and in good shape, this basement or In nn outdoor stnrnge on rock piko in 100 yards of graded cellnr, they should ho placed in vontl-luteschool, one quarter milo of railroad barrels, loose boxes, or. better 1 seven-rooframe still. In crates. If sutllclrnt iipnco Is depot, a No. y' houso with porches, nlco available In tho col I nr. It Is n Rood plan simply to pi ce them In smiil! pllor yard, hen, meat and wood houses, all nlmiir the will. Stornee In Inrge illes buildings new, good garden. One of hotild be avoided, iin It Is Untile to the best buildings and locations in cnuso hentlqg nnd demy. I town. Price $1,800. For storage In bunks nr pits prepare No. 500 Farm or 81V4 acres on ho beets lis for Mortise In the room In the tmcetnent or In the outdoor cellar. country road, close, to mail, telelocution, mnke n phone, school and churches; Gi acres Select n shnllnw exrnvntlon, about six Inches cleared, fenced and bross-fencedeep, line It with Mmw, Jmy. loaves, fencing good; 11 acres in clover nnd nr slmlhir material, nnd plm e the beets timothy; large orchard, good garIn a re nl ml pile on the lining. Mnke anywhere; llu bottom of the pile ubotit the xnine den and no better water size its, but not larger thnn, the bottom n lot of nlco timber. This farm is rramo of the exrnvntlon. Cover the beets with nearly all level. Seven-roofnme ninterlnl us thnt used for lining houso, two barns, 32x30 each; silo the bottom of the pit. nnd curry It up and nil necessary outbuildings nnd several Inches' above the npex of the granaries. Twenty tons or hay, 2 pile of vecrtnbles. hnvlng It extend cows, 2 calves. 2 horses, 2 wagons. through the dirt roverlnc. This servos ncres corn, about 00 bushels 0 hf n vent Untitle Hue, nnd It tdiould be oats, rovered with n piece of tin or n Miort of wheat, about 200 bushels of acre potatoes, 9 head hogs, bonnl lis n protection from ruin. The one-ha- lt dirt covering should bo two or three binder, mowing machine and rake, Inches thicks when the vcgetnblos nre wheat drill, corn drill, breaking stored, nnd It should be Increased ns plow, cultivator and harrseverely cold wenther npprnnches until ow.- Price for all, 57,000; for farm. It Is n font or more In thickness. In S5.000. finishing the pit the dirt should bo finned with the bnck of tho shovel In No. I A rami or 53 acres on counorder to mnke It ns Hourly wntcrproof ty road, close to school, church and ns possible. store, all level, not ono tool of waste The shallow trench around the bnse timber, except ono aero. of the pit should hnvo nn 'outlet for land; all in six off the wnter. .Supplement A new frame house, crrrylng the dirt coverltiR with innnure, Mmw, rooms, hen nnd meat house, young orchard. A nlco location and can't Corn fodder or other protecting ninte0. rlnl. Use Kevernlsiimll pits InMend of lie beat for the money. Prico one lnrgo tine, nsegetnhles ctip better In smnll pits nnd the entire conNo. 508 A farm or 102W acres tent limy be removed when the pit Is opened. liliiej grass land; nil renced, all in grass, 10 acres or which is blue COMMISSIONERS SALE grass; on county road; closo U 11 F.. nrockmnn's Admr., Plaintiff school, churches nnd stores; good houso. This water and n Hrockman, Etc., Defendants farm is about 5 miles from Danville. Nannie Pursuant to Judgment nnd order Ky. This is good land; can't bo beat of sale entered in tho nbovo styled for tho monoy. Prico $150 per acre. Terms can be mado on most all action by the Madison Circuit Court, nt its October Term, 1918, tho un- mrnis. I have tho most comploto dersigned Commissioner will cx-- j list of rnrms that I know or. Wrlta pose lo public sale to tho highest ror my prico list It's rrco. Monroo Thompson, and host bidder on tho premises in Waynesburg. Ky. .Madison County, Ky., nt tho hour of m., on Friday, Novem o'clock, a. CINCINNATI MARKETS. ber 29, 1918, the following described d m two-stor11 d; m -2 two-horso two-story, tl,-00! 11 n No. bounded nnd described as follows: 1.45, No. 3 yellow $l.Xn&M.:W, $1,2002 No. 3 mixed Hegiiining at a big white oak mixedwhllH cur $ 1.35 p 1.40, yellow ear 1.30, marked 12, ,thcnco N. 17 W. 55.26 $1.25(01.35, mixed our $1.201.30. rods to a fenco corner at 2; thonco; Sound I lay Timothy, per ton, rune-e- d Sound clover N. 83y, W. C0.02 rods to n fenco corfrom $2S to $3''. mixed $2(1.50(1 29.75, nnd sound clover ner marked 3; thenco S. 2 E. 22.3-t- O $23fi'27. rods to n fenco corner marked 4; OufscNo. 2 whlto 7.1 VSe, slnndiird thonco S. 17 K. C9.50 roils to a fence white 7:te. No. 3 white 72",, No. 2 corner marked 5; thonco S. 89 E. mixed 71HW72o, No. 3 mixed 7OW0 7.25 rods to n hickory trco at 0; 7114( v Butter Eoa and Poultry. thonco S. 88 Vi E. 19 rods to a fenco corner marked 7; thonco N. C0 E.' Mutter Whole milk creuinory extra creamery extrus centriillzed r,n.72 rods to n corner nt 8; being in (Ele, 0114c, Mrsts 5814c. n pond; thenco N. 18 W. 7.87 rods to Hkk Prime llrsts 59c, llrsU 5714c, p. point of Heglnning, containing 32 iirdliiury llrsts 51c. (32.01) acres or land, a and Live Poultry Springers, over 2 lbs, plat of which Is mado part hereof 22c: under 2 lbs, 20c; fowls, 5 lbs mid over, 25c ; do, under 314 Ih" nnd over, and filed herewith. ; This land is to include nlso a ot 22o roosters, lilc. Live Stock. pass way from tho pond corner, 'id tie Shlbpera $12 15.50, butcher to tho Higenbothnm pass way. good to oxtru steers $13ffll, Terms: Said land will bo sold on choice Uf) 12.75, common 10 fulr $U.5o pur- W10.50, heifers, oxtru $I0H, gool to n credit of six months, tho chaser being required lo oxeculo choice $0(il.75, common to fulr $0 K.f0, cows, oxtru $S.5010. sale bond with approved security fulr to t'nlves -- IMrn $17.75fjHtf, bearing 0 . per cent interest from kooiI $1317.75, common nntl 'lurgo day of sale until paid, with a lieu $5frl2. Hogs- - Selected retained on tho land to secure Iho shippers luuv) good choice and puckers t $17.50. paymont of samo. comR. H. Terrill, Master Commissioner bntt her $17.50. slugs $10J 13.25. mon to choice heuvy fut sows $11(115. Madison Circuit Court light shippers $10.50, pigs (110 Ibxuud 01-1It-foj property. Hay and Grain. A certain tract of laud in Madison Corn No. 2 white Sl.M)fl1.M. No. 3 County, Ky., near Wnllaceton, and white $l.iriW1.5, No. 2 yellow $1,400 lewi) $1014.