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FROST, EJitor-in-Chi Ktlrrtd at l rodtfic at ttma, AV. nt tmmA ttau mail-mntt- tr norntoH KivB The citizen t.o BEItEA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, NOVEMBER 28, 1018. Ono Dollar and Vol XX (tent Per Copy. the Interests of tlie !M!oxxitQn. People FIRST II. S. MEN SAIL FOR HOME Knowledge is Power and the way to keep up with modern Knowledge is to read a good Newspaper. Fifty Ceata Per Year. f- - No. 21. A Newspaper in the Family There are two kinds of families: The families that take a newspaper and the families that do not. The family that takes n newspaper is like a house with a window so that it has light and can look out. It has thought for its children and gives them good things to think about. The family newspaper is about the biggest invention "ever known. For three cents a week, less than the price of an orange or a plug of tobacco, it gives you the news of the neighborhood, the news of the state, the news of our country, and the news of the worlclM But the news is only the beginning. There is the farm column to make the boys interested in their work, and the household column to give the girls an ambition in their sewing and cooking, and the Sunday School column to help us at the Sunday School and to help us on rainy Sundays at home. And (here is the story which every member of the family enjoys, in fact, the family newspaper is a whole education poured out at the fireside. Think of the difference between the children that come up in a family that takes a newspaper and those in a family that has none. WorjdNews The terms of llio nrmisllco aro ON TWO LINERS Several Thousand American Soldiers Cheered by Crowds n'pidly being fulfilled. During llio week the required number of vessels of llio German navy wcro surrendered to the Allied nations and arc now Interned in llio ports of Scotland and England. Allied troops have crossed the border and will soon bo in occupation of tho groal industrial cities along the Rhine. ' at Liverpool. ' - High Prices and World-Famin- e There is probably enough food in the world to fill every mouth this winter if it were only served right, but it is probable that millions will go hungry and that thousands will starve to death. This should make us thankful when we pass our plates for a second helping, and it should make us really saving in the food which we control, and generous when we are asked to help feed the hungry. And the high, prices which the war brought on will be kept up too long by the people who are making money. There is one sure way to bring down prices, and that is to stop buying. At any rate, let us stop buying the things we do not need, and revive the honorable arts of patching and mending. Just as soon as the money grabbing factories find their goods piling up unsold, they will mark down the prices. in THANKFUL ttinnkful that, I) In on my back 1AM tall gross, atop n bill, I hare watched white clouds sail oror a sky of incnsurflcss blue I nm thankful Mint on n moonlit night In the desert I bnvr hcnril the hen rt rend Inn throb ofHin Indlun chant hands and with a back aching from hearing ii dying chief to a henven us mil ns the desert peaks, purple anil tilnrk on the dim horizon, t am thankful that I know h New England town, silent, with n graveyard ((H) nrK(. for u, be-ir- ot wherein lie men anil women who tbi Nation In tho name of God, anil laid them down to die In deathless faith. 1 nm thankful that I have seen youngstero diving In nn old swimming hole, that I have Keen lovers strolling In April twilights, that I have smelled sagebrush nfter rnln, that I have Been D'ye want to show the loldler boyi How well we know we need 'em? hnhlcs take their lint step, that I Then share with them Thanksgiving huve known pain unit death, laughter joyi um! team, nnd work with blistered Just take 'em home and feed 'em! heavy toll. Hut most of all I am thankful that I am living today bo that, with the rent of thinking humans, I am witness of the birth of u new code, for nations, a code no deep, ho high, so filled with Justice that one must believe the prophecy of .Itevelatlon to b coming true. As one with lulling heart nnd strvnmlng eyes mu.it be thankful for the pains of motherhood which bring n new soul to earth, so I nm thankful for the heroic iiKony of the Allies, which Is bringing a new spirit to the. nations of the world. Delineator. Oh. Joy I WILSON TO FREE SCHLESWIG Freedom for Nation Taken From mark Promised by the President. I Washington, BchleswlE-Holsteln- Den- Nov, 23. Freedom for Den- , wrested from mark by Oermnny In lfWfl, will be one of the specific demands of President Wilson at the peace table, according to a letter written to Ilev, K. C. of Ilaclne, Wis., by the prmsl-tleBod-fcol- Twenty Years to Restore France. New York, Twenty jears of labor hv an iirmv of 100.000 men will he re. Lull red to restore Northern I'niuce to r Its condition, Stephuue editor of l.e Matin, of Purls, told an audience here. "Kninco will not fsmlsh that army, nor will she supply the material necessary to reconstruct the XiO.OOO bullillngs destroyed by the Cerinaii Invuders must do that," he declared. He warned against (he appeals for clemency from liennauy's women. pre-waUm-inntier-man- y CONTENTS THANK YOUt This week's Citizen has a good deal to say about bolug thankful. PAGE 1. Editorials: A Nowspaper Wo hope you will read every pago. in tho Family; High Prices and Tho articles on pages ono nnd two World Famine. World Nows. aro especially good. Wo aro thankful, amothcr things, Thanksgiving Articles. for tho prlvllego of talking to hunPAGE 2. Poem by a Beroa Workor. dreds of pcoplo every week thru tho medium of our columns. Wo A Oifot Llfo that Counted. .. doubly thankful if our French Docorato American shall bo readers will help us to reach and Graves. Soldiers Loiters. help hundreds moro by telling them of tho many good things PA0E 3. Serial Story. which appear every week in Tho Citizen. PAOE 4. Locals and Advertising, religion" The Llko tho "old-tlm- o PAGE 8. Red Cross Notos and An- Citizen is good for fathor. mother, nual IlcporL sister, brother, and tho whole neigh borhood. Pass it along. Spo-ci- al PAGE 6. Farm Department. Articles. Houseeltanlng. Mm Marjorie came In with some pussy PAGE 7. S. S. Lesson. Temperance "Oh, mamma," she cried, willows. Notes. Tlianksgiving Story. "Just see those cunning little muffs tho kittles have hung out to air." PAGE 8. Eastern Kontucky Nows. Huston Kvenlng Transcript. The decision nf President Wilson YANKS DIE IN WAR lo attend tho Peace Congress has been tho occasion of much comment. Although his act is a departuro from precedent, it is no more so General March Says Perhlno Is Authan most of tho things dono durthorized to Send Back All Troopt ing tho last two years. It Is Not Needed for Army of that tho main motivo which Occupation. leads to his going is his purposo to Liverpool, Nov. 25. Several thou- bring about a league of nations that sand American soldiers stilled for will mako future wars difficult aptjps home Friday on the liners Ijiplnnd if not impossible, and will givo nnd Minnehaha. It was n stirring a force to international law that it scene as the men marched from the aflflflflflHLfliflLflLLfliMLHKLLLLBp i railway station apt! local ciimps to has not had before. the landing stage umld the rousing Tho flight of the German Emperor cheers from the throngs of people into Holland is proving embarrassalong the streets. ing to Hint stale. The radical eleShe used to start the week before What Troop Will Come Home. ment aro disposed to causo trouble Preparing for the day, 'St. General Washington. Nov. Peeling apples, cracking nuts March announced that authority had nnd ask for the abdication of tho littun ifliim ,,i flunnrul f'orwtitnir til Mend Queen. Franco and England aro in You know the cozy way. Getting cook books from the shelves, back home nil such troop as will not dined to object to tho privileges be needed In making up the nrmy of he enjoys as greater than thoso that Her glasses on to see occupation. He said that Aeneml Per- belong (0 a private individual, as It Receipts for cooking wondrous things, shing had Indicated that the following is apparent that he is in closo comFor her four boys and me. units would be required: Thanksgiving morning, when the smells munication with leaders in GerDivisions 84. SO. 87. 81. .14. :t8. :t!. Of turkey and mince pie. many, by wireless and by airship. 76, 8; const artillery regiments 40. 47. Began to steam about the house s 40. 50, 7fl und 70; flleld nrtltlery She breathed a happy sigh. An event of greet significance 03 and 103. Her four boys now have gone to war, In addition General I'ershlng Indiduring the wcok has been the reA proud sigh stirs her breast, cated that the following general turn of King Albert and his, queen classes of troops will be returned: Her service flag sports four bright stars. t0 their capital city, Brussels. Tho Itiillrond artillery troops, nrmy ar- occasion was one of much rejoicing The mother bears the test. tillery troops, gns troops, tank corps, on the part of tho pcoplo and of nlr forces nnd those divisions which messages of congratulation on tho were broken up to be used us replacements for other divisions which had part of tho allied nations. Whether Belgium continues to remain a monseen active service. Troops returning Immediately from archy or yields to tho general movetho Tho Hoard of Directors of Methodists plan a "World's Fair Knglnnd, General March jwld. will In- ment toward republics, tho King Kentucky Equal nights Association of Methodism," to bo held In June, clude virtually nil of the Jilr squadto President; jqio at Columbus. 0.. to show the rons, 10 construction conipnnles, one will always havo a placo of honor has sent a resolution among the world's leaders for his Wilson urging mat women do rep missionary work of that organiza detachment, one Hnndley-I'ng- e tho resented at the peace conference. training stntlon nnd several pho- heroic stand at the beginning of tion. war. tographic and radio sections. Orders ttlrc,u,y ,wve Harrison Payton Locke, John W. Th0 United War Work drivo's'for tne rturn r thM Tho appeal of the Germans for Joseph B. Dittner, total .of J203.179.038 is tho largest Lybrook and , n nf food has led to a clearer definition Louisville boys, wore reported yes- Willi lllb 111 1.. UIU hl.ln.. Ul Ihal ..i:..l.t !ri III l. lliowij nated for return as fur as known. Is of the needs of that country. Mr. terday as having given their lives world. This sum is an oversubscrip- ns follows: Hoover is giving his attention to for their country in France. Thirty-firs- t tion of ?32,679,038. (Oeorgln, Aluhnmu nnd by German request and Thirty-fourt(Nebraska. the matter : Florida) de: he sets any anxiety at rest by film, "The The naval cstimalo for 1920 has Iown, South Dakota The claring that there will bo no danger Thirty-eight(Indlona. Kentucky and Hirlli of n Nation," has been put bee reduced from $2,6i4,367,000 to of suffering. Tho raising of tho v'rK 'H) under tho ban in a number of cities $11,163,992.000, according to a state- blockade and the opportunity of tho i on tho grounds that it incites race inuiii, mnrin reeonllv l,v Secret luuuiiuy u, nnrt nel.iw.irel people to buy will provido enough Mayor Evans, of Rich- Daniels. prejudice. that in quantity if it can be wisely disannounced Mnrch Oeneml mond, has recently requested tho uraong the divisions thnt will be re-- tributed. That will bo tho subject theatre management of that city to Thc immenso diplomatic influence turned from France ns not needed for of his main effort. cancel tho presentation of tho pic- of tho United States in the war 's ,he nrm-- of occupation will m the (Ulnckhnwk) division. ture which was advertised, for ex- daily becoming more opparcnL The Klghty-slxt- Klghty-slxtA notable visitor has arrived in wns trained nt (The hibition there this week. All right points laid llown by President Wil- - Cmnp tho United States in tho person of 0r"nt nnd lnc,ule mnn', thinking citizens will heartily comare crvstalizing tho views of Prince Lyoff, of Russia. Ho comes, d northern Illinois troops.) mend Mayor Evans for his stand iu the allied leaders. evidently, as tho rcprescntativo of Announced. Total this matter. Total disunities In the American tho moderato government party Tho first troop3 from overseas will expedltlonnry forces up to the sign- which came into existence after tho arrive in tho United States by tho ing of the nrmlstlce were divided us fall of Kerensky, but which has Courier-Journreal Tho Tuesday anfollows : ports tho death of Miss Mary Led-fo- end of this week, Gen. March been overwhelmed by tho Bolshe-vik- i. Killed nnd died of wounds, 30,154; Sunday as nounced Monday. Tho troops bo Tho matter of. recognizing in Louisvillo last long to units now in England. Tho died of dlsense. 13,811; died from that government is probably under follows: Miss Lcdford, whoso homo movement of United States forces other causes, 2.204; wounded, 17W.025; consideration ns tho attitude of the is at Paint Lick, Ky., died Sunday prisoners. 2.103; missing, 1.160. night an hour after she had eaten will bo continued steadily until all The American forces In France, Oen- - allies toward tho Bolshevik! Vow in England have returned. moro unfriendly with tho oysters at n Fourth street rcstau-rant- . 0 taken """ mnn TirlitnnAni In round nnmhers nnd passing of time. Miss Ledford and W. D. Bran President Wilson expects to, spend 1400 n,. He ndded that the cos- denburg wcro taken ill together in Louisvillo visiting nl,oul 01,0 mnlh in Europo fotho unities among the Amerlcnn forces In Both had been Tho resources of the Balkan states aro much greater than is genMinerals of all account, of the situation of the erally supposed. cd. 'ut t s 8ald author!-- ! e 8.1I1C. '' kinds abound including coal, Iron, forces there had been received. i. tatively that tho President plans to. copper, lead, gold and silver. Thcso 10 liutn movement rrom rnnce. bock on American soil within r n. r n.n retniirnnt. hutv ! nm Movement of troops from France resources been scarcely havo ler h!s shP sails for will be expedited In every way, tho touched, sinco tho pcoplo have thus gavo tho polico a description or tho ix side. chief of stnff suld, nnd he ndded thnt placo and its npproximalo location.! the other products ",Bl U' they will not "sneak Into the country, far lived simply, from the H Tho body of Miss Ledford will be of the soil, which is nolTlch. Tho either." Tuklng up the present (Continued on Page Tour) that part of Europo Is of the allies forces, (Jenernl futuro-oMnrch pointed out thnt the American likely to bo greatly changed when array Is bending for Coblenz, the cen- political conditions aro more slablo. Special Reasons Why Every American ter hrldgehcnd on the Ithlue, where 1. should nrrivo This Season It Demobilisation nbout December home Japaneo representatives at the Should Be Grateful of the forces nt Pcaco Congress aro to bring a reIs proceeding steadily, quest for the possession of nil GerK thnnkful that you are llv llelglum, Serlilu. Itoumanla and parts Reach Prussian Frontier. Washington, Nov. 25.Jenernl Per- - man territory taken from that nalug In Uie most Important of France nnd Italy. Ho thankful that we are far enough, king's communique says: "Headqtiur-frotion in China, and trado rights In era lu the world's history the scene of strife to miss most ,.r- - American KtredlUonary Forces. Siberia as well as control of tho and bearing u part In the events which of Its horrors, but near enough to take Noy 28. The 3d army continued Its islands of the Pacillo taken from momentous an nctlve nnd deciding pnrt In the jjov 23,The 3d army continued Its will he u lundmnrk for all Tho alliance between struggle; that our furms and facto- through the grand . duchy of Germany. , 'I He thankful that .1 .. . . . . 1 England and Japan will bo tho batlmo to come. .1 .. r. x .A ...... miuin uuu mum ms "1'iin.i iu iJixenintirg 10 ine line ingriaeiTwriS' rir, ...I through the blood nnd suffering of produce the supplies so urgently sis of Japan's position in tho Conthree years' terrible warfare the Is- needed by our allies. (IUmlch Is on the Prussian fron- gress. He thankful that we have an army tier.) sues at last stand out sharply, aud that we are lighting on the aide of and navy composed of the best ma A representative of tho right and against might; for democ- terial In the lunii; our urnvest soni King Albert Returns to Throne, Commission who has Just reracy and ugulnst autocracy and mili- sent forth to light for the world .Brussels. King Albert, having beeu turned from South America is auI freedom, ns their tary despotism. received enthusiastically by the liihah thority for tho statement that sov-er- al He thankful that our great nution fought for our freedom. Hants of his redeemed capital, inude years' supply of rubber is ready He thunkful that we were not afrnldj un Important speech from the throne strength and vigor, the spirit has the resources or dlsmuyed when the summons enmc, n parliament his first utterance In for shipment as soorms facilities for aud stamina, the men and to throw Into the balance nt the criti- but stepped forward, prepared to bent, the capital since almost the beginning transportation can bo found. Tho cal time, thereby Insuring victory for a mun'a part In the struggle and to of the war. Near the throne stood Importance of this product lo tho help slay the beast that threatens the General Pershing, representing the world Is so great that knowledge 0! Justice and humanity. American army; General I'l inner, of this supply will bo welcome news. He thankful that the United States liberties of the world. He thunkful that when this war li the British army, and other Generals. will sit nt the Peace Council, when the time Is ripe, defending the rights over und tho victory won, the Issues Tho chamber was titled with members Tho orcation of a Czecho-Slova- k of the smull nations and peoples. In- settled, there wilt bo no more wur; and In the galleries was the diploright of kings matic corps, Including Brand Whit slato has encouraged the advocates divine for the sisting upon a square deal for all. o slate. Such a stale Ho thankful that our land has not and emperors tho right to exercise lock, the American Minister, who re- of a would include Scrvla, Bosnia and turned to his jxist In Brussels. been Invaded, our people murdered, despotic away over their subject Herzegovnla, Croatia, and some other our cities laid waste, us have those of will be uo more. 52,169 bo-lio- k J brig-ade- Kentucky News U. S. News b'v h h much-herald- ed T.Ttv'' v2 h h Cn-so- n !..-,.- , rd bo-co- slrira, s ?J f at ! 1 .,,08, an Jugo-Slavi- (Csattaasd Tf rt) v Pago Two TUB CITIZEN November 2a, 1018. School News from Various Departments Greatest SOME REASONS TOR THANKS GIVING FOUNDATION SCHOOL Day of Thanksgiving That Soldiers Letters HARLAN FRANKLIN'S LETTER Our Beloved Nation Has Ever Known Thanksgiving Program Tho Foundation School is preparFEW yonrs nco we wrrt itilng to lie offered. Trensnrc nnd life ing an claboralo Thanksgiving prothnnkful because we were will Imve to he poured out In unstintgram consisting of music, recitarich nml powerful nndflnfo; ed measure If this wnr Is to lie won now wo tuny bo thankful ns It will he. The Atnerlcnn people tions, toasts, and orations. Tho bi'cnii'o wp nro humbly try- should he deeply thnnkful Hint they will bo given Thanksgiving ing to In- - lirnvo anil pelf- - nre rnlled to this Brent service, which day al the close of tho evening racrlflflng nml vlrtuom. Therefore Is nothing more thnn the return thnt meal. owe to this I liy fnr tlip greatest ThnnksKlv-In- g theyhlpsshieo Immunity for tho wonderFlag Raising ful Unit have been showered ilny that this nation hns known. upon them. And thanks for Uio boys who Tho Daughters of Veterans of thorefnrp. rhnuhl ln not only canned Autocracy; Cleveland, O., havo given Dean Ed- - T'10 'Thnt I tuny know the fellowship Who mado tho wholo world safe wnnl n Hun InrcP ftnv for llin Fomi- - "m i'niiKKivuiff mil lit consocrn of Ills sufferl riVs" such wns the tlon. Tlip Anicrlrnn for democracy; ilatinn School. This flag will ho sop Hint thorp N In people can now- prayer of the npoMIe. Through their this worlil sonic- participation In the sorrow nnd suffer .. . t i it ii t f Who changed tho "Deulschland la couiiancampujou ,,,. croat,,r , 0 nrcllnuiIlit,nn ing of their brethren alios," liber I hanksgivlng ftcrnoon. An appro- - J r Wcnlih, nml tlmt lire 1ms vnlnos people mnv develop u tho Amcrlrnn purer, stronger. To Uber Deulschland Allies. prialo program will bo rendered by wliirh tlipy lmv not before npprerl-th- e more exnlled mid spiritual life than Foundation students. Professor! nted. After nil our efforts to Html- - nny they Imve hitherto known. The 0, thanks for tho boys of tho shell Dotlgo will present tho flag. Exer- nine iMiin mini i no worlil, wp mny very somlierness with which the tiny lorn fields, l"rn Hint pain litis n high illclplln-nr- Is enshrouded outfit therefore to serve Who coolly faced tho German cises at 2:00 o'clock. All friends nro v lite th.t Hi.tp Is ni'h a thing to glorify It. This year, of nil years, invited. FRENCH DECORATE AMERICAN steel; OH IHTf. itloU through RlllTlTltlg. we nre thankful not for whnt we him1 GRAVES Who forced tho stubborn foo to Our MiirihVo In hehnlf of tlip world' hut for whnt we nre nhle to do, nnd III n recent number of tho Saturpence, wifely nml lionor U Just liefiln- - for the opportunity nnd will yield, A QUIET LIFE THAT COUNTED to do It. day Evening Post tho writer of an And tho Invinciblo Hindenburg to Mr. Knight has recently relumed interesting nrtlclo describes tho reel. from n hurried trip lo Western u..-No- w cmewry on eceno in ,n French ARMY DEMOBILIZATION PARAGUAY GREAT FETE York-- his ho old l.omc-wh- cro But alasl somo sleep on Flanders' Day. Tho occasion was Soldiers Will Bo Ponnittod to Return was called to conduct tho funeral Field. tho decoration of tho graves of our Manifestation Over Victory of the Ento Civil Lifo as Rapidly as MiAnd somo beneath tho ocean's services of Mrs. Jano Farrington, a American boys, who wcro buried tente Allies Breaks All litary and Industrial Condlady 98 years of age, whoso long( wavo; Record. there, by n delegation of French ition i Permit They gavo their lives that wo might iiiu ji iiiiciuaii niiiituvso unt iii.ii ul citizens from a neighboring village A plan is now being formulated by her Iho affectionalo title of "Aunt1 Ascunslnn. I'nnipiay. Nov. 2.V The live In conversation with tho writer of srenteit mnnlfestntlon In the history the Federal authorities for tho re- tho nrticlo a member of Iho delegaIn homes unmenaccd by tho Ty- Jane." of l'n"sny took pine IVIdny In eel- ,- duction of tho number of men in During her lifetime she saw tho rant Knave. tion spoko ns follows: ilnvnlnnmin nf Ipnonnrhl Inn frnm Imitloil "f tlte Victory of the entente our army and navy to keep paco "'Wo desiro that tho namo of each Oh, loved ones who bido on Flan- - tho nrst cIn probablo rapid decrease in family with tho inc3 to sloam .'""".h.""! m' that adopts a gravo may bo flers' Field tho requirements for such forces. registered, She. ,natIc ,,,, tho, c,lcIc?lrlc, so that, should tho ron, ,)1IlrlllIs r rest beneath Questionnaires havo been sent by bl- - I'anisimynn of tho ' covern.ue.it nnd nlm.wt P" you our hearts l?h dlJMH cyc,0( Ul0 automobile, tho flying ma- - the adults die, tho children of Iho next indui-tritho War Industries Board to entire population. generation, as n sacred charge, may A prayer or gratitudo establishments of all kinds carry on chine, and tho submarine Sho wit- obligation which is A Bcrca Worker. 1U!Sspj tIl0 impr0vcment of lighting country for tho pur-po- so now to bo the upon French Sen' Honors Wilson. throughout tho laid their parents French Semite of securing information ns to from Iho tallow candlo (which sho , l'nrK Njov- """"I'noiwly the motion nl- - their needs for men. Tho employ- and transmitted as a legacy lo all " A CHINESE WEDDING alwavs preferred) lo the clcclrlo renuy nuopieu ny me cimmiier or Uepu- - ment Scrvico of tho U.S. Department who bear their name. Wo would 1 . ,1. 'I'l i n fnlln.i. Inn o minmi nirtmnl ttrna , ...1. i , . ... ..... 6 IIIC ,clUgrapii, iciei.iiu.iu.pnu- -i , trc..st(iont Wll mako suro of Ibis, so that, no matpy,1K 0 received n few days ago byograph, and moving picture havo son ns "hnvlns deserved well of hu of Labor Is using its extensivo fa- ter how long your fallen braves rest necanu mrs. l.cwis. wo wian wo all arrived slnco slio nrst saw day. r mnnlty." The motion pnys the snnie cilities in tho effort to sccuro in tho soil of France, their graves .I Iwirt.i. iu ..III... I coum print it, accoruing to copy, in ......... In she lived to hear the news of uiiii-unuuiis iiuuI uii'ir essary information in tho matter. shall not bo ns tho neglected graves chiefs. New bureaus will also probably bo but must be satisfied with tory in thd Mexican, Civil, Spanlsh-th- o of strangers to us, hut, symbolical ( English translation. established in tho War and Navy nt least, may bo tho graves of American and World wars. our Mr. Wu u Chew announces tho Sho passed with serenity through' tho Governor of New York, and Iho Departments to aid in this impor- dead sons. dis marriage of Miss Mabel R. Chang to twenty-fopresidential adminis- - President of Franco which last sent tant work of seeing to it that '"Wo wish to do theso things for charged soldiers and sailors sccuro his nephew, Pond Shuok Wu. on (rations, and cast her first vote! her his photograph with his moro reasons than one: Wo wish to employment without delay seventeenth, last summer with Mm nfher women snnni aiVnninrn suitable October J undue dis- - do them hecnuso thereby wo may I nineteen hundred eighteen, Shang- - 0f tho Empire Slate. For of a centurv shc!r r lniculty on witnout express in our own small, poor way t Iabor conditions when j ai." Sinco tho war began sho has has been n flower of Jesus tranCtJ tho gratiludo wo feel to America. ,oavo 1,10 8crvic0- Miss Chang will bo remembered spent most cf her timo knitting Christ, and on0 who always nnd l,lcy We wish to do them because of Iho ny many as a normal siuaeni 01 n socks Tor the joldiers. And in rcc- - overj-wherpracticed tho Golden thought that somo stricken mother Hun War Craft Interned. few years back, and a most delight- - ognition of II. is service and her Rule. Her lifo Is a shining oxamplo Amsterdam Klewn (.'ermmi torm- - across ,tho sens in Amorica will iui iiiuo woman in every way. wo groat age she received personal of tho nalion-wid- o " . . . infiuenco for ... , , layers tlmt Wero perhaps feel a moasuro of comfort . nil wish hep DTonl" hnnninoaa in hoi- - Inline f iiiaupu . left """ .l " jii (,uuu IIUU IS PUSSIUIO WI10U OVCU u J "i iiuu uuiitjiuiu-ui.- ; o' in knowing tho In the Antwerp Imrhor hnvo been nnd consolation iar away nomc. from I'resuliT.t Woodrow Wilson, quiet homo lifo is lived for God. gravo of her boy shall always bo Interned In n Let us givo thanks thai the awful "flu" At length lias reached lis Water loo; That Wilhclmino and his salanlo crow Havo been taught al last a thing or two. so j 1 , y Alt-Sou- ls' I November 2, 1018. Dear Professor Edwards: Received your letter of October 3rd and was glad lo hear from you. I am suro pleased lo hear that llerea has a good bunch of students this fall and that you havo a training school there. I hopo they will inako a success of iU lino I am well and gelling nlong ns can be. I am fully recovered from my cold which came near be-- ! ing influenza. Wo have somo hopes of gelling back to tho front this winter. Our! Major is now at the front getting Instructions on new guns wo hopo lo get if wo do go back lo tho front. Thoy'ro only toy guns with a rango or about seventy kilometers. Tho wholo battalion Is nnxlous lo get them, becauso thoy nro tho worsl friends tho Hum havo on Hut Western Front. Wo Bland a good chanco becauso wo nro the old. of et II. A. II. men in this part exFrance. My battery holds an cellent record, with two battles anil seventeen engagements lo her credit, with only about twonty men wounded. Winter is coming hero for sure, at last. Thoy say It gels pretty cold but I think I can Hlnnd it nil right. Wrlto when you havo tlmo. Yours sincerely, Pvt. Harlan Franklin, Ilt'y K, 42 Art, C. A. C., Amorlcan Forros, via Now York.' of forty miles f 1""- ""'X".''': mi e IlT al to-a- y- by tho hands of n French woman whoso homo, also, has been desolated. And finally wo wish to do them becauso wo know it will bring pence to tho hearts of Frenchwomen to feel they havo a right lo put French flowers upon the graves of your heroic dead, slnco they enn never hopo most of them U perform that samo office for theirs.' " Wo nro in need of Red Cross workers to finish 2S0 Rcfugco garWill tho ments now on hand. women of llerea coino out throo tunes a week, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays, al 1:30 p.m., and sew for the brokenhearted women In Franco who aro so kindly looking nftcr tho graves of our Amorlcan mado beautiful hoys. ,.,,; ,t I P"l ,,. ! sc, ur two-thir- ed hy Hplnfmilo IIoIkuIii. nltnikeU the Mexican (Vnlnil rnllnmil stutlou nt Villa Ahumuihi. SO miles south of here, nml Inter torpedoed u south bound freight I mln on tin- snme ruuiL to the otllt Inl account of the iiffnlr, shell miii hy Mnjor J. Ooincx ThrIo. In command of the cnrrlhou here, HoIkuIm's hand, which roDsLiteil of 80 men, whs driven off nfu-- r un IsMtlng lrg than un bour. War-Time Train Is Torpedoed Dy Villa. Jimrer. Villa followers, command Regulations o Kl l'ano, Tex. - Suspension wnr-tlme Removed. of tho ' '' il,l, 1 "' luteli iiort. recuhitlons nml nutrlrtUins on travel u ross the border to unit from Mexico whs announced by V. W. Ilerk-shirsupervisor for the lininlcrutloii service In ihls district. FACTS YOU WANT TO KNOW ABOUT Results of State-Wid- e Prohibition In j Alabama, Arizona, Colorado, Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Kansas, Maine, Michigan, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Oregon, Tennessee, West Virginia OHIO, THE PIVOTAL STATE, HAS VOTED DRY LEGISLATURES were elected in 35 States November 5th, 1918. Action upon the Ratification of the National Prohibition Amendment to the Constitution will be taken in the early part of their sessions, which begin in 1919. Fourteen States have already ratified the amendment, and should 22 of the 35 State Legislatures just elected take similar action National Prohibition will become effective in 1920. "Prohibition Facts and Figures" has just been compiled. It is a book of facts containing many statements on Prohibition by some of the World's most noted authorities. Whether you are in favor of or against National Prohibition, you owe it to yourself to become acquainted with the real facts of this question which is now engaging the attention of Legislative bodies throughout the Nation. Complete, Accurate and Dependable Information H. M. Lcland, President Lincoln Motor Car Co. Jos. Boyer, President Burroughs Adding Machlno Co. S. S. Krcsgc, President S'. S. Kresgo Co. John Trix, President American Injector Co. H. H. Webber, Presidont J. L. Hudson Co. G. II. Chlsholm, President Atlas Steel Casting Co. It. II Davidson, President Davidson-Namac- k Fdy. Company. Calvin Essex, President Essex Coal Co. 0. D. Lobdcll, President Lobdell Car Wheel Co. F. F. Deal!, Vico Presidont Packard Motor Car Co. L. Houston, Vico President Lukens Steel Co. H. K. McAuloy, Secretary Altoona Iron Co. It. C Lea, Secretary nobesonia Iron Co. II. B. Smith, Secretary Mclnnorf Steel Co. A. K. Lowis. Director Safety and Labor, American lolling No Loyal American can doubt the statements of the following: JoscphuH Daniols, Secretary U. S. Navy. General John J. Pershing, U. S. A. Surgeon Gcnoral United States Army. Major Goncral Leonard Wood. U. S. A. Major Gcnoral John F. O'Ryan, U. S. A. Colonel W. J. Nicholson, U. S. A. Governor Geo. W. P. Hunt, of Arizona. Governor Julius C Guntcr, of Colorado. Governor Arthur A. Capper, of Kansas. Governor Rullln G. Pleasant, of Louisiana. Governor Cnrl E. Milliken, of Maine Governor T. W. Bickclt, of North Carolina. Governor Ernest Lister, of "Washington. And many other hows items of unusual interest and r S. Brown, Supervisor Carpenter Steel Co. W. D. Brcnnan, Assistnnt Manager Union Pacific Coal Co. W. BPicrco, Superintendent BulTalo Bolt Co. E. P. Ross. Superintendent Colonial Iron Co. W. V. Johns, Curtis Mfg. Co. a Mill Co. Thcodoro Roosevelt. Win. II. Taft. Frank A. Vanderlip, Chairman National War Savings mittee. Lloyd Ccorgo of England. Sir Robert Borden, Primo Minister of Canada, Simon Lake, Inventor of tho Submarine. Cardinal Gibbons. Archbishop Ireland. Bishop Brewster of Maine. Com- i Final Word It is the purpose of this book to aid those who, without prejudice, desire to ascertain the views of men who have studied the question of Prohibition from many angles. In making selections, the compiler of this work has ch'osen what to him bore the of sincerity, reason and logic. ear-mar- 25c I'otollUe Drawer No. 304, Coln;ton, Kjr, (25) cent, In currency, or Poilolllce Monet Knclocd find twenty-fivOrder, for which end me copy of "I'rohlliliion Kacti nnd Klgurei." Name. e 11 I'RomiirnoN puiiushkrs, ORDER BLANK ylJJrtss City. . write Namo ... nj Acldrin I'Ulnly Sate Novombor 28, 1018. THE CITIZEN wngglnir to the raider. Then the Huns begnn shouting nnd they rousted tis below deck ngaln. Tho place! where wo bnd been wns filled with smoke, from what or why I do not know, but It wns nlinost Impossible to breathe In It. When tho smoke cleared up n bit tho Marathon started ngnln, for we were still In our underwear only. One of the boys bnd nsketl Krltz for clothing and Fritz said the Hngllsh had tough enough skins nnd they did not need clothing. Then he snld: "Walt until you sec whnt our (lermnn winters are like." The following morning the engines begnn to tear nway again and the guns startetl llrlng. After a while the firing stopped nnd tho engines too, nnd nfter nn hour they bnd tho old man of the Tarrowdnle abonril. .She wns a Hrltlsh ship chartered by the French and bound for Ilrest nnd Liverpool with n very vnlunhlo enrgo nbonrtl nlrptnnes, nminunltlon, food and automobiles. When they rousted tis on deck again the St. Theodore was sllll In sight, hut she lmil the Varrowdnle for company. Until were trailing behind us and keeping pretty close on. Whllo we were on deck we saw the (lermnn sailors nt work on the main deck tanking nbout ten rafts nnd when they began to p'nee tins of hardtack on tho rafts, a tin to each, we Imagined they were going to heave us over the side nnd let us go on the rafts. ISut Instead they begnn telling us we would land In the States nnd then they roustetl us between decks ngnln. Wc liml only been there n short time when some of the Ucrtnnii olllcers came down nnd usked If nny of tho men would volunteer to go firing on the Ynrrowtlale and wo nlrnost mobbed them to take us. They began putting down the names of the men who were to go nnd 1 talked them Into putting mine down too. Then I felt nbout live hundred pounds lighter. Five o'clock came and by that tlmo I had forgotten to do nny worrying. We received our usual rations mid most of us who had volunteered figured that we would receive clothes nnd shoes. In the morning nn officer came tlown below and rend out the mimes of those who were to go und I felt even lighter when he called mine. We were earh given a life belt nnd mustered on deck. The sen was pretty nnsty nnd some of the men tint narrow escapes from falling between the Moewe and tho lifeboats when the swells rocked us. One mnn fell from the ladder nnd broke bis neck on the gunwale of the llfebont. They took over boat after boat to the Ynrrowtlale until finally we were all there. Then they mustered us on deck anil warned us not to start anything, because they had n time bomb In the engine room nnd two on the bridge. Meantime they bnd brought over several bontlonds of hard-tnc- k nnd we threw It Into No. 3 hold. This wns to bo our food for some time. flddley. I never wnnteil to set tint stoke hole ngnln. I snonked up to wbero the rest of the fellows were nnd tho gunrds drilled us Into No. bold. There wns nothing but ammunition In It. They battened the hatches down nn us, which mndo the hold wntcrproof. And ns Hint mnde It prnctlcnlly ntrtlght the only iilr the GSO of us got was through the ventllntors. Thnt hold was certainly foul. They next tiny some of the men bnd got cigarettes somewhere. In n few minutes they ns well ns the rest bnd lit up nnd wero pulling nway In grent style. I divided n clgnrctte with another fellow. Hotnemlier, we were sitting and standing on nminunltlon nil this time. It shows how much wo rnretl whether school kept or not. Tho Germnns saw the smoke coming out of tho ventilators nnd they were crnr.y with fright. A gang of them In Id below nnd rousted us out 1 Pago Thrco CROWNING GLORY By MILDRED WHITE. tCopyrlxht 111). YANKEE NURSES DOTW A Albert. Depe R SHOW METTLE t mon.) Wntern Newspap.-- r adS?!,F I'll W AND CHIEF E FOREIGN LEGION OF FRANCE vjuin iurKei. BATTLESHIP CASSAKD WINNER OF THF CROIV np r.i iprpp -- rul 6 Ox. TW 5,1 t.i W . cM, tting around PPTTVnlpP&T? ' SYNOPSIS. CHAPTKIl N. Depew. nuthor I ho Unllc.l Hlalea navy, serving four yean ana attaining Urn rank of chief petty oMccr, nm-vla- e runner. CIIAITKII II-(trent war atnrta eoon after h la honorably dlacliarcril from tlx navy and ha aalla for Frame wlirt a determination to enlist. CHAPTKri III lie, jolna tha Foreign Legion anil la aaalgneil to the Ureadnauglit CaaaarO where tila uiarkarnanahlp wins htm lilKli honora. CIIAITKII la detached from tils altlp and aent with n regiment of the to Flanders where tie soon flnda himself In the front lino trenches. la detailed to the CIIAITKII Ha and make the acquaintance of the '7ta , the wonderful French ituna that have aaved the day for the alura on many a battlefield, llefore nny action, he ta ordered hark to hla regiment In the front Una trenches. goea "over the CIIAITKII top" arsi "gets" Ma flrat German lit a bayonet r.ht company takee part CIIAITKIt Vll-I- lla In another raid on the German trendies and ehorlly afterward naalata In atopplng a fierce charge of the Hum, who are mowed down aa they croaa No Man'a of tha alory, enllata In The IV-DV-- where they show a whole latnlly Kia Christians tree In their underwear and telling rnch other that WhosN Unions (he Kootny Kind-w- ere Just whnt they wanted from Snnty. Only we did not have any Chrlitmas tree to sit around. Wu must have looked funny, though, and I would have had a gootl laugh If I had not been so cold. We could not go tn sleep hecnuse the decks were wet, nor could we sit down with any comfort for the same reason. Ilesliles, we thought we might ECK PLAN OFTVB '"OEwg0 A "... . i ('ontnnet snt before the glass, studjing hor own plaintive face. "Why," shf a.iked herself, "had youth pfisscd her by. leaving so few of ltd pleasures. For surely this silvery shimmering crown upon her bend was proof that youth hnd gone, nnd she must no longer deceive herself with Its possible coming Joys." Thoughtfully she unloosed the heavy colls of liHlr, letting It fall In n wnvy limns about her shoulders, nlinost, It seemed to have turned white In n night. A few silvery strands which nppinrcd from time to time hnd not seemed to matter, but now Conwith whips. They lined us up on deck nnd rend stance's dark eyes were brooding nnd imthos curved her red Hps. Always us the riot net They drilled us down Into the- coal she hail been attendant upon n pabunkers. It wns simply terrible there. tient Invalid In a wheel chnlr. And Coal dust to breathe and eat and sleep while girl companions enjoyed themselves here or there, Constnnco on. Also, by this time some of the men sohiol'd herself with the thought thnt bnd lost their heads completely; In faithful service was the least she fact, hail gone violently crazy, ami tho could give, In gratitude for the care rest of us were nfrnld of them. We her aunt had bestowed upon her own were all thinking of the light that orphaned childhood. Now Aunt Delhi might occur nny moment between the was gone, nnd after a long sojourn In Ynrrowdnle nnd some other vessel nnd the outer world, from wheh she had we knew we were In the likeliest place been withheld, Constance returned for the vessel to bo struck. Kven ngnln, with a grateful sense of homethough we were not hit amidships, If coming to the empty house on the hill, Constance hnd arisen early upon the ship were sinking we did not think the Germnns would give us a chance to this first Sunday of her escape. We figured from what they and had gone nlone to nnswer the call had said that we would go down with of the bell swaying high In the old the ship. And going down on a ship In church steeple. Very conscious wns which you nrc a prisoner Is quite dif- she of the. silent midges and whisperferent from going down with one for ings In her direction. you home-comin- Girls Behind the Men Behind Guns Are Doing Great Work. the OVER 12,000 NOW THERE They Know They Have a Job and They Are Tackling It In a Man's Way Morale Is Perfect. Man-Size- d which you havu been lighting. arrive nt the snme place, but the You feel- CIIAITKII Vlll-Se- nt to Dlimufle with alupatrhea. Depeur la cnucht In a Zeppelin raid, but eacupea unhurt. CIIAITKItTlX-I- le la (hot through the thigh In a bruih with the Oermaiia and ta aent to a hospital, where he quickly 3 Ei recover. buck up against n Ilrltlsb or n French CHAPTER XVII. cruiser at any minute and most of us thought we would stay up and get an Landed In Germany. They had n coolie crew on the YnrThen- - were hummocks there and vc eye full before we started for Davy's locker. rowtlale and when they routed them Jumped Into tlii'in to get U ii nil, lint the Ahout two hells the following mornon deck tho coolies begnn to pray, and Germans came down with their reto volvers mid bayonets mill look t he ing the Mocwc'h engines begnn we though It Is nothing to lnugh nt I could groan nnil fhnkc her up n hit and not help but chuckle at the wny some litimipookK away ninl (toured witter on the decks mill tulil us to sleep there. could hear the blades Jump out of the of them went nbout talking to their every once In a whllo and tear vnrlous gods. They were beginning to They could not hnve done a worse wnter nway. She went ahead In this wny for smell danger nnd were pretty nervous. trlck'tlmti Unit. and Then they put locks on the portholes some time to get we were hoping she Kvery one of the coolies hud n cane nway from a cruiser nnd n pair of I'nlm Hench trousers. was trying mnl toll! us Hint anyone caught fiddling pulling for the The Huns were loading them In the with the locks would he shot at once. and somu of us were hoping the nnd This was because we I ill It t Night a cruiser to win get others clear nnd lifeboats to bo taken buck to the her Moewe with their sea bags and one ol at any Moewe would getting heels Itrlllsh or French ours. keep us from them got too nervous and wns slow time anil as the Moewe was Milling up and down nbout getting Into the llfebont, so the The Huns were running the Hrltlsh ling and trying to keep like wild men out of tronlile they illil not want us the deck yellingbegan to yell too. and Germans shot him without saying a He word. nt (ho ports signaling our .own war one of our men and after bo yelled a Then the Germnns called out the ships for help. If they had liticked wns delirious up nnd mnile a pass nt names of those who had volunteered to nny of the allied ships mill liml a light bit he Jumped the sentry, who shot at him but go stoking nnd this Included me. Wc wo would have tiled down there like missed. The shot missed me ton, but were drilled tlown the flddley Into the ruts. not very much, Then they dragged The Moew had already raptured the delirious man tip on deck and Lord lire room. The flddley Is n shaft that the Voltaire, Mount Temple, ('niiilirlmi knows what they did with him, because runs from the main deck of it ship to the engine room. I looked around n Itnngo and the King George and had we never saw him again. Ilut we did bit nnd snw n German standing not Uio crews of tht'M' vessels hetween not bear any sound that they might very far from the flddley, so I usked decks with us. These men told us bavo made In shooting htm. him If we would be given shoes, ne Cermitus were treating them how the though the eveninl It looked to me as Then the 1 tuns began shelling nnd snld nn. Then I nsked him If wo bnd ning would he spent In phi) lug games they kept It up for some time. to tire In our fare feet und he snld Then they ordered us up on deck yes that we did not need shoes. Then and a pleasant time would he had by till not, to see tho ship they bad been firing nt he went Into the engine room. The crew of. the Mount Temple were, nnd when we came up the companion I looketl nt the narrow passage he on deck working when the raider sudwent through nnd at tho nurrow pasdenly opened tire on them. Two or sage of the flddley to tho main deck threu men Jumped Into the water and and I talked to my feet like I used to the Hermans turned a gun on them while they were swimming and killed l hem. That was Just u sample of what hail happened to them. Tho men now begun running up and down In a tine to keep warm, hut I took u little run on my own hook ami treated myself to as much of a once over of the ship as I could. I do not believe (he Moewe had more than u armor plate, hut behind that she had three rows of pit; Iron, which liniile ahout a foot la thick lies. There wits nothing hut cahle strung along the deck and when I saw that I would have given anything to have had a crack at her with a 1 Inch naval. And I sure wished hard enough that one of our ships would slip up on us. whether we were caught hetween decks or not. I went uft as far as tin sentry would let me and I saw Unit guns unwho hud three spare der tho poop deck a lid two six Inch pleceH mounted astern. The guns were mounted on an elevator ninl when the tlmo came they ran the elevator up until the kuiis were on a level with tie l)op deck, hut otherwise they were out of night from other ships. For our first men I they slung a hit; Tho Hunt Were Running Up and feed ling half full of ship hlsctilt Down the Deck. hardtack to us and some illxles of wo begun way they were Just bringing tho other ten. After this festival roaming up uml down the deck ngnlii, sli Ill's skipper uhoard. It was tho "Feet, Do Your Duty." bccuilHe It was tho only wuy to keep French collier St. Theodore, bore to I snld : "Feet, do your warm. 1 guess wo looked like some off the starboard side with u prlxo nt Dlxmude. of. the advertisements 111 uiugaxlnes, crew from the Moewe. aboard und wlg-- djitv.". Tbex, did It and I flew un the well-knowM innn-of-wn- r tin-ti1 six-Inc- CIIAITKIt back toaeaduty. Ipew rejolna the Caaaaril, which makes several trip to tha Durtlanellea aa a convoy. The C'aaard U almost battered to plocea by the Turkish batterlea. Im CIIAITKII Caaaard takea part tn many hot engngetnenta In the memorable (lalllpoll campaign. CIIAITKIt XII Depewr la a member of a landloic party will, h area fierce flglillng In the trvnchea at Oalllpoll. I "CIIAITKIt XIII-Af- lrr an unaucceaatul trench raid. Ilepewr trlea to rearue two voundrM man In No Man'a Lund, but both dla tiofure he can reurli the trrnchra. ew wine the CroU CIIAITKIt de Ouerru for hruvery In paaslng through terrlOc artillery fire to auuimun aid to a hla comradea In an advanced oit. hla twelfth trip to CIIAITKII XV-- On the Dardanelles, he la wounded In a nuvul engagement and, after recovering In a hnaptlal at Ilrret. he la discharged from eery Ice and salla for New York on the ateauier Ueorglo. Xl-TXIV-Dep- G3 A II Foteraitle peak. C Ammunition hold. I O-- Aft eck Armor plate drops, placing fruns. tute rails. loop deck. houae.' K Ir-t- ica Plsappearlng elevntor. Katea. runs aft, mounted on ing Is different. Some of us thought of overpowering the crew nnd tnklng the vessel Into our own bunds, nnd we got the rest of the sane or nearly sano men together nnd tried to get up n scheme for doing It I wns strong for the plnn nnd so were several others, but the Limey officers who were with us advised against It They said the Germans were taking us to a neutral country, where wo would bo Interned, which was Just what the Germans had told us, but what few of us believed. Then some others said that If wc started anything the Germans would fire the time bombs. We replied that nt least the Germans would go west with us, hut they could not see that there wns any glory In that For myself, I thought the Germans would not fire the bombs until the last minute, nnd thnt we would have it clinnce nt the boats before they got all of us anyway. There were only thirteen Gorman sailors on board, besides their commander. This last Hun was named Iindewitz. So the pacifists ruled, because wo could not do nnythlng unless we wero nil together, nnd there wns no mutiny. They snld we were hotheads, the rest of us, but I still think wu could have made a dash for It and overpowered our sentries, nnd either gone over the side with the lifeboats, or taken over the whole ship. It would have been better for us If wo had tried, nnd If the pacifists had known what was coming to us they would have fired the time bombs themselves rather than go on Into that future. However, that Is spilt milk. We were not allowed to openthe jiortholes while we were In the bunkers, under penalty of death, nnd thero tn the dark. In thnt stinking air, It Is no wonder mauy of us went crnzy. Among us was u fellow named Harrington, nbout six feet tnll nnd weighing 2T0 pounds. He seemed to bo nil right mentally, hut somu of us thought nfterwnrds be was crnzy. Anyway, I do not blnme htm for whnt be did. Harrington rushed up the flddley nnd opened the door. There was n German sentry there, nnd Harrington mndo a swing nt him and then grabbed his bayonet. The sentry yelled and some others came down from the bridge nnd shot Harrington through the hand. After they hnd beaten Harrington pretty badly, tho bull of the bunch. Iindewitz himself, came over nnd hammered Harrington all around the deck. Then they put him In Irons and took him to the chart room. The next tiny we were sitting In the flddley getting warm when the door opened and there was iindewitz. Ho yelled "HernusI" und began firing nt us with it revolver, so we bent It buck onto tho coal. Pretty soon tho door opened again. Hut It wns only n German sentry. He threw down u note. It was written In Kngllsh and rend, "lick out eight men for cooks." So wo picked out eight men from the various vessels nnd they went on deck and rigged up a galley aft. Hut we did not receive nny knives, forks, spoons or plntjcs. The first meal we got was nothing but macaroni, piled up on pieces of cardboard boxes. Then we appointed four men to serve the macaroni, and they got four pieces of wood, tho cleanest we could tlutl, which was not very clean at that, nnil they tlug around In the miicaronl and divided It up and put It lu our bunds. We hnd to eat It after that from our grimy fingers. Those who were helped first bod to go furthest buck on the coal to cut It, and those who were helped last got less, becuusu the dividers got inoro careful toward tho end and guvo smaller portions. . (To bo Continued) -- "Buy UbirtTBonds London. Amerlcn bns poured n verltnble nrmy of her womnnhood Into wnr-tnrFurope. To tlnto over 12,000 American nurses have been sent over. Within the yenr there will be right here on the ground more thnn 21,000 of these Amerlcnn "girls behind the men behind the guns." This Is the estimnte of Miss Carrie SI. Hall of Iloston, head of all American lted Cross nurses in Grent Ilrltntn. Of the 12,000 now here, between 000 nnd 700 nre working In Great Urlt-nl- n In the dozen or more American hospltnls thnt hnve sprung Into being within the pnst six months. The remainder; nre stalling hospitals behind the fines In France. With the nrrlvnl of American soldiers nt Vlndlvostok enmo n contingent of nurses from the Amerlcnn Retl Cross unit nt Toklo, .Tnpnn. As hostilities and Amerlcnn cnsnnllles begin there more United Stntes army regn-In- r "Do see Constance Gall?" sho nurses probnbly will be sent to could fancy her old neighbors saying; Itussln. "her hair has turned white." All Highly Trained. Itesentfully she glanced at the comAll women sent over so far are highpanions of her girlhood, with their ly trained graduate nurses, bacteriolobrown or hlnck locks unchnnged; yes, gists, tllctltlnns nnd college trained youth had been unkind In leaving her hygiene experts. The wnr department so soon. Thus, us she sat before her In Washington hns ruled that only mirror. Into the eyes that still were young, came a sudden retrospective these trained women mny be sent over for the time being, nt least smile. After all. thero had been a few For this renson Genernl Pershing's hours of enchantment, of Irresponsibility, nnd though these oc- recent cnll for 5,000 girl workers with the American nrmy In France will be casions stood out with stnrtllng disfilled by Hrltlsh tinctness, perhaps the one best re- girls. England's Instend of Amerlcnn women's nrmy, the membered was thnt of the oldcn-tlmpnrty nt Stauntons. She had gone "Wnacs" (Women's Army Auxiliary Corps) Is now conducting a nntlon-wld- e dressed ns u Colonlnl maiden, while n recruiting for friend hnd stayed with her mint for these Hrltlsh girl campaign hero duty volunteers for company, and perhaps the memory of ns clerks, chnufTeurs, typists, orderlies, this evening wns especially plensurn-hi- e telephonists, etc., with tho American because of the daring, mysterious nrrm cavalier who had claimed her undividPrnctlcnlly every troop convoy ed attention. now before her mirror, tho from the United Stntes brings scores Seated face of Constnnce flushed between Its more of these women experts. From curtain of silvery hair; the man had pence loving Amerlcnn homes thnt hnve not yet felt the grim hand of kissed her nnd she hnd war these blue-cla- d Yankee girls, like never forgotten tho kiss. Why should she recnll the episode their big brothers, are plunging Into now, nwnkened to the fnct of n youtb this maelstrom of war with a deterpast nnd gone? With cnreless grnce mination and efficiency that has won she pinned up the masses of her hair for them already the unstinted praise nnd moved townrd tho door. It wits of nil the allies. They know they've got a the twilight bell which called to worship. Hntless, through the summer Job before them, stripped of nil the glamour of wnr, nnd they're night, Constance followed on down the Inne. Ilnck In the old family pew, n tackling it in n mnn's way. Up In the shell-fir- e sensntlon of being steadily observed field and base hospitals under and valiantly braving air raid tercaused her to ralso her eyes to the nnd there, looking down upon rors, they're "carrying on" untiringly, her, ns though In glnd recognition, wns night and day, working unceasingly to save the lives of our boys. the very snme daring face. Miss Hall, who wns one of the first Older, of course, was this man In the gallery, with a certnln grave dis- Amerlcnn nurses to arrive in France tinction, hut thre could be no mis- Immediately nfter the United Stntes taking the fine, frank fnce or the deep decided tn Jump Into this Job of windeyes with their humorous twinkle. ing up the watch on the Ithlne, wns Hnrdly bnd she stepped out again Into witness of the sterling quality of American womanhood in this wnr unthe night, when he wns nt her side. "I claim rememhrnnce," the man said der Are. Morale Is Perfect quickly, "from the long ago. You may have forgotten a certain bold young "I wns one of the first to como over guest of the Stauntons, who nttended with the Ilurvnrd Base hospital unit their olden-tlmpnrty, but I hnve nev-e-r No sooner were wc landed thnn we forgotten my chnrmtng companion, wete nttnehed to the Hrltlsh nnd hurwhose nnme I had not even known. ried up near the first line to stnff a You must pardon me for nsslstlng your little tented hospital city near Cam-lerrecollection; we met during the eveThere were two other American ning af the pnrty upon tho vernnda, field hospltnls near us. y nnd In n spirit of youthful adventure, "It wns n bright moonlight night preferred to spend the evening with- Our tents were shown up like n silver out looming each other's Identity. At city. At midnight the nlnrm sounded. midnight, like Cinderella of the ball, We lenped from our beds. Thero wns you disappeared, ho laughed no punlc. The hum of the Hoche mashortly, "I saw you no more." chines was plainly audible. Suddenly Constnnce, gazing Into the mnn' five deafening explosions told us thoy ryes, smiled. "I remember It all." she bnd gotten our camp. It only lasted said; "but you nre mistaken ns to the nbout five minutes, but In thnt short last. Several times upon the street tlmo their five bombs dropped In n afterward I passed you without rec- straight line hnd nearly demolished ognition. That wns the humlllntlng our camp. ending of my adventure." "Tents containing American wound"Impossible 1" the mnn declared. ed were ripped to shreds, temporary "Why, I walked the village streets, hospital buildings mowed down like searching In vain for a l n puck of enrds. Six soldier patients maid. From the fair texturo of your were killed and n score or more inskin, I fancied your hnlr must be gold-c- jured. Tho morale of the nurses nnd The night of tho dnnce, you may doctors was wonderful. Forgetting recall, It was powdered white, glorious- self, they plunged Into tho work of ly white, like some olden-tlmpicture. rescue. Henenth It your eyes, with their dark "One girl, Kvu rnnnalee of Hoston brows nnd lushes, wero benutlful.H wiib on duty In one of the tents most The mnn wns wnlklng along now at badly hit. One bomb fell so near her her 6lde, seeming almost to forget the clothing wns ripped and torn by bits fnct of her renl presence, in tho of flying debris nnd pieces of sand of her pnst fancied one. lodged tit the flesh of her fnce. "Through the yenrs thnt nre gone," he she carried on through It till, went on, "I have kept upon my dress- rushing here nnd there aiding wounding tnble, tho plcturo of a whlte-hnlrced nnd nsslstlng lu the work of rescue. colonlnl mnld, nnd Just be- Not until It was nil over did sho nocause she reminded mo of you." tice the state of her clothes or tho bits Constance stood still In tho center of snnd In her face." of tho pnth. "So that is why It nil came back to you tonight." she said slowly, "becnuse of my white hair." Delay ReleaM of Ohio Troops. ner voice broke tremulously. "It Camp Shermnn, Chllllcothe, 0., Nov. is not powdered new," she suld ; it is Failure to receive proper whitened by all those years that are Nov. 25. discharge blanks from the war depnst." partment nt Wnshlngton through a And there in the witchery of moonmisunderstanding caused military aulight, with tho fragrance of flowers thorities nt Cump Sherman to postnil nbout them, the man stood looking pone until next Tuesday or Wednesdown Into her face. "You nre as I day the mustering out of the first Ohio hoped one day to flod you," be said, troops to bo ordered honorably dis"und your hair is your crowning charged follovvlug the signing of too glory n light-hearte- d e good-nighmnn-slzed gnl-lere s. and" golden-Jinlrw- e do-lig- ht d armistice. I Page Four . tu rrtnwu' i i S. A. T. C. SPREAD LOCAL PAGE NEWS OF DKREA AND VICINITY, OATHKRKD VARIETY OF SOURCES FROM A Call and bo Scienliflo liorso shoeing, fine iron and we sell them right (ad) Eva Waldcn descriptions convinced. work nnil repairs of nil John Muncy and family nro spendat llio College Blacksmith Shop, Citizen ing Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. Main Street, north of The a'1- - E. H. Muncy in Richmond. Office. Mrs. Ida Lindsay left last Wednesday for Covington, Ky., where alio We Sell hats and sell them right-Mr- will visit her sister, Mrs. R. E. Cul- d. bcrlson. Laura Jones. Mrs. V. H. Duncan and children Mrs. A. K. Hough, and son, Howof Latonia, Ky., have relumed homo ard, loft for thoir homo in Saybrook, after a pleasant visit among rela- 0., on the evening train Monday. tives and friends. Howard is rec.oflf:ng from nn atMrs. Orris Moore entertained Mrs. tack of the "flu" wlileh was followed W. H. Duncan and children, of La- by pneumonia. tonia, Ky., Mrs. J. H. Jackson and Wo rcccivo each week from tho Miss Ethel Duncan to dinner Tues- j fashion centers the advance styles day at her homo In the country. In hats. Seo them before you buy. Mrs. V. (Ad) H. Jackson, Mrs. Eva Waldcn and uid children II. Duncan Miss Funua, who teaches at Onoida Ethel Dimcii'i spent the Institute, Oneida, Ky has been visMiss day Thursday with Mrs. Montgom- iting friends in Berea this week. ery Jackson. C. D. Lakes was a Berea visitor lino of tailored for a day or two last week. An dress and sport hats; best Quality, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Harrison, of for least money. Stanton, Ky., spent the week end Eva Waldcn with parents In Berea. (Ad) Mrs. J. If. Jackson entertained the R. O. Fletcher, a former Berea following people to a bountiful din- worker, reports tho arrival of a ner Sunday in honor of her ton, baby boy. Mr. Fletcher hold3 an Lieut. John C Jackson, of Camp Leo, important agricultural position unVa.: Mrs. W. H. Duncan and chil- der tho Government. His address is dren, of Latonia, Ky., Mrs. Orris 1037 Beard Av. S., Minneapolis, Mooro and son, Mr. and Mrs. MontMinn. gomery Jackson and children, and MamFor Sale Thoroughbred Ethel Duncan. moth Bronzo Turkeys. Largo well Second Lieut. John C. Jackson, of marked birds. Toms, $0.00; hens, Camp Lee, Va., who' has received $1.00. Also somo extra nico S. C. his commission, and has been hon- Rhodo Island cockerels at $2.00 each. orably discharged, is visiting among Mrs,. Luther Todd, Berea phono homo folks. He has accepted his Coylc, Ky. old position as bookkeeper at WindJoe Scrivner and family moved to ing Gulf, Va. Irvine, Ky., this week where they Sec those beautiful sailors in best will mako their home. They will style and latest colors nt he greatly missed by all Bereans, Eva Walden's and especially by their neighbors (Ad) Ernest fl. Dodge, Bcrea, Class of of East Center St. to whom they 03, A. M. from University of Chihave becomo endeared by their asteaching Greek, sociations of many years. Tho best cago, afterwards etc, here, is spending the week vis- wishes of all go with them to their iting at the homo of hi father, Prof. new home. L. V. Dodge, and seeing other County Agent Spcnco and Profesfriends in Berea. It is twelve years sor Marsh made a business trip to since his last visit.'and he expresses Lexington last Saturday. great surpriso at the wonderful imservice A Union Thanksgiving provements which have been made. was held in tho College Chapel at At present he is working for the 10 o'clock today (Thursday). Tho Government, at Washington City. sermon was preached by Rev. W. E. T. Fish was in Richmond' Sun- JI. Hudnut, of Youngstown, 0., and day. the praise service was led by Dean Mrs. Jack Adams, of Richmond, Raymorfil. A largo number of peohas returned home after a few days ple wcro present, and many parvisit with Mrs. Bettic Jones. ticipated in the testimony service, Mrs. Preston Cornelius and little expressing definite for thanks daughter, Helen, of Aberdeen, Miss., blessings received. pre visitors in Berea this week. o Horace B. Jones is ill at the I PIANO FOR SALE Hospital. recovering Mrs. Henry Rittor is A new piano, used one year, for nirelv from the "flu." sale at exceptionally low price. Miss Marie Bower wan in CincinFine finish and beautiful tone. nati last Thursdry. Nearly 50 per cent discount from For Sale My farm containing 42 tho original price. Call on M. E. ad. acres; good four room cottage; barn, Vaughn, Jackson StrceL chicken house, etc. About seven acres in meadow; about four or five MARE AND MULE STRAYED acres in woods; rest of farm is all Black mare, 10 hands high, roan tillable land. This farm is off Dixie Highway about of milo and about stripo over right eye; and black 2 miles from Berea. If Interested horso mule, U hands high. $5 reinquire of John Bales, or see mo at ward for information concerning whereabouts of same. meat market on Main street. Sidney Sims, Conway Ky. B. F. VanWinklo (Ad) s. Best Blacksmithing Wo havo tho best lino of children's tarns, hats and caps in town, J. Unit of National Defense, has received for publication tho following telegram: "Washington, D. C, November I8lh. Mrs. Helm Bruce: United States Food Administration has nrmed llrst week of December 'Conservation Week for World Relief.' Special features Include conservation Sunday, December 1st; Woman's Day, December Uh; School Day, December Cth. Famino and disorder threatened by lack of food in many parts of Europe. Every household in America must rally to this new call. Details 0f plan with reasons for same in hands of Federal Food Administration of your State. Recommend giving all posSuggest, if you sible havo not already dono so, you confer with Food Administrator of your Staid calling attention to usefulness of your machinery to promote conservation drive locally. (Signed) Hannah J Patterson, Resident Director." Tho Council of National Defense BASKET BALL The Eastern Kentucky Slato Nor- nt Washington Is greatly concerned Tho mal Unit S. A. T. C. basket ball team with the teacher shortage. met our S. A. T. C. team hero Sat- situation is serious, and as matters urday evening. Tho Berea boys now stand three million school played good ball and won their in- children will go untaught this itial game by tho significant score of 30 to 0. FOR SALE Line Up bungalow with someNew Richmond Berea or 13 F Keith Wyalt 2 thing over two acre lot for sale F rent. Just outsido city limits. West 9 F Howard F Van Winklo 0 End Chestnut StreeL Mrs. II. L. 1 8 C Cutlip C Trospcr Piltman (1st) 0 Williams (2nd) Total A G G Ono of tho most delightful, as well as patriotic occasions of tho season, was spent Sunday at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Bower. Tho guests of honor wcro mombcrs of the Berea S. A. T. a, whllo tho hos tesses wore Victory Girls, headed by their captain, Miss Mario Bower. After a wholesome four courso "Turkey" dinner, wo enjoyed "music in the nir" and tho rest of tho afternoon was spent In having a jolly good time. Thoso who enjoyed tho occasion were, Misses Mario Bower, Rebecca Muncy, Bcttio Hcrndon, Minor Hern don, Christine Arnold, Mollio Smith, llfsso Oliver, Nancy Robinson, Ser geants Redden and Glasscock, Pri vates Bowcn, Darnell, Layporte, Brodcrick, Gay, and HaslctL Wo all left trusting to havo another grand meeting again soon, and assuring tho Victory Girls any assistance in their patriotic service. Jasper W. Redden, Sergeant Berea S.A.T.O. CONSERVATION URGED Mrs. Roberts, chairman of Ucrca Making the Nation's Credit Liquid systems insure a stendywnter supply and large town. The faucet is of value without the reservoir behind it. very little The Federal Reserve Banking System is a simple and practical means of making the nation's credit liquid at all times. RESERVOIR to make it. As a member of that system, this bank is as independent of local conditions as it is humanly possible Berea National Bank Porter Scrivner 0 Ramsey G 0 30 basket ball game between tho Wcs-Icyan S. A. T. C. team of Kentucky and the Bcrea army team will bo played in the Tabernacle this evening (Thursday). Tho Berea boys succeeded in rolling up a large score in tho game with tho Richmond players, and are in good trim for their battle with tho Winchester team. Tho game will bo called at 8 o'clock; admission 15 cents. A CORRECTION Col-leg- In reporting tho death of Privalo Basil Ball in our last week's Citizen wo referred to him as tho son of Mrs. Lillic Ball, Bcrea. Tho item was copied from another newspaper and tho information accepted as authentic. Mrs. Lillio Ball is the widow of the deceased soldier. .Mr. Ball was a student in the Collcgo Department of Berea Collcgo somo three years ago, and at tho timo of his enlistment was a ministerial sudont in Center College, Kentucky. Mr. and Mrs. Ball were planning to enter upon missionary work after the war. INTERESTING MEETING Tho Clio Club held its regular meeting at the homo of Mrs. B. F. AN 1. W. Eni4om served that Kentucky, if given the Jno. T, Deui transportation facilities for its oil, DEALERS IN REAL 18TATE Five or six hogs, weigh 175 to would bo receiving weekly 1500,000 200 each, in good shape to fatten. or $25,000,000 per year. That tho Berea, Kenlncky S Is the oil industry of Kentucky Mako good killing hogs. leading industry of the Slate, is a Dreyfus, Ky. We havo for sale mom modest Levi Lamb, fact which no ono can successfully cottages in Berea at frora $300 to contradict. SI.OOO; somo better onee at from KENTUCKY NEWS $1,200 to $1,500; some elegant houses (Continued trom PB One) at from $5,000 to $10,000; somo unsent to Paint Lick today for burial. improved land at $15 to $20 an acre; some better at $10 to $50; somo flno Official announcement was made farms at from $75 to $ 160 according this week that tho machinery tor to improvements and location; a the mustering out of soldiers of new hotel in tho business portion Camp Zachary Taylor slated to reof the city for salo or rent; one turn to civil life would swing into hundred and eighty acres adjoinfull operation Tuesday morning. At ing tho town that wo will eul to the rate of 1,000 n flay tho soldiers suit purchaser and make aasy payments. Como and see us If you will leave the camp. After ten days want Real Estate in or around Berea. of strenuous work, Lieut. Col. II. II. Not Upon Promises, You will find Dean at Bcrea Bank Elrath, camp executivo ofllccr, anand Trust Co. Catch Hcrndon when But Upon Performance nounced thai cvcr thing was really. you can! Beforo the week end nt least 10,000 men will be returned homo from pioneers in We are this camp. Following tho arrival of an essenDry Cleaning and WE BUY tial dischargo blanks, everything OLD FALSE TEETH Dyeing needed for tho dischargo of tin men Wc pay from $2.00 to $35.00 per trl (broken or not) We also pay actual value was at hand. Medical officers have for Diamonds "Id Gold Silver and liridge-work- . been busy examining men selected In Business Since 1836 Send at once by parrel post and to discharges for several days. In receive rash by return mail. Prompt Deliveries Artillery Central Officers' MAZER'S TOOTH SPECIALTY tho Field D.pt. X. 2007. So 54 K St. ItukAtMUa. P.. Training School nearly 13,000 men havo been examined physically for discharges. It is considered UUely F. L. MOORE'S that tho school will start first. 625-6- 27 Walnut St. DUR0C HOGS FOR SALE Our Clientele Grows! The Teasdale Co. Cincinnati - Ohio Robinson last Thursdry. The report of the Civic Commitleo was listened to with great interest and was followed by earnest discussion and expressions of approval. Four new members were voted in,. It was a live meeting, well attended and one of promise for service. NO LYCEUM LECTURE DEC. 6 SAVE WATER! IMPORTANT NOTICE TO WATER PATRONS 'VO meet legitimate domestic require x merits, water must not be used for sprinkling purposes, nor for building operations until further notice. Mark Sullivan, editor of Collier's, who was to givo tho last Iccturo of tho Fall Lyceum Course, on December 0, telegraphs that ho is leaving on December i to attend tho Peaco Conference in Europe. Watoh for later announcement regarding redemption of Season Tickets. NOTICE All persons having claims against the cslato of Mrs. Addio Gentry will pleaso present them, properly proven, to tho undersigned on or beforo January 1st, 1919, or they will bo debarred thereafter. (Adp-2- 2' Jas. W. Wallace, Exec. FOR SALE A wreck near the Richmond depot, caused by freight train No. smashing into tho cabooso of another freight which had been left on the main track while somo switching was being dono, toro up considerable portion of traokago in tho local yards early Tuesday morning. All traffic was delayed several hours. The big mogul engine, pulling tho north bound train was hurled off tho track and turned sidewiso to tho other cars. A wrecker was' brought from Corbin and another. from Covington to repair tho damage, but it was lato in tho day beforo passenger trains could get by and resume their schedules. Jewelry Store FOR Get the Genuin and Avoid Watte First Class Repairing ' AND Fine Line of Jewelry MAIN ST. BEREA. KY. Reduction Sale! of all Ford louring car, 1910 model, in good condition. For particulars and price, call on E. B. English. In tho oil industry, Kentucky will uimuestionably continuo to tako a leading part What this means to the people or Kentucky, very few realize. Tho Cumberland pipo lino, alone, is taking out of Kentucky ((very week, approximately 100,000 barrels of oil, which estimated at $2.00 per barrel, means $200,000 paid out weekly in Kentucky. If it bo true, as somo well posted oil operators believe, that this is about m1" unu I. nit ..I II. nil l.llllll. IirVulllPPlt mm ui iiiu in Kentucky, it will bo readily oh- - Coats, Suits, Furs Blouses, Skirts CAUTION ! Use Water Sparingly Do Not Waste It 111 For Sale acres north of and adjoining the best college in the at Berea, Kentucky. This tract of land is bounded on the west by Silas Moore and on the east by College property and adjoining the Dixie Highway. Only a ten minutes walk from the farthest college building. All good farm land, could be devided into two or four nice small farms and made into subdivisions as an addition to the city of Berea. I am going to sell this to the highest and best bidder; bids mailed to me at West Point with certified check for at least $100 to know that you mean business. I prefer cash but will cash and the balance five or ten equal sell with 6 interest payable annually. The title is good any in the state of Kentucky. as U. S., located one-third Millinery B. E. BELUE CO. Richmond Kentucky "VHERE water is used for sprinkling, vv allowed to run, or where water.fix tures are not kept in good order, the waterworks will exueise its right to discontinue supply forthwith and without further notice. Berea College In rltrct Ausu.t 10. 1918. Action of l'ruJntIl Committee Br HOWARD E. WAY CutUilnof I'ropcrtlre ..... y 11 pea A J ILoga-.- pay-men- ts Phone in cat of trouble TOWN 194, COLLEGE 16 iniDkoi i. J.r I'm incr,ueie-i- i remedy lioirenokrm OuMraatco licnd," lluw that It oM una. r u can yuu kitorJ 'alo ctmnces etfainut lioir cbclii whrn vaiir .n irel Ihil rrmrilv on luch litnii) I GUflRfiFdTEEQ CURE lt II UU IOr Unta Address L. G.CLARK, West Point, Mississippi.(Owner) mUtrvDtf Bourbon Hon tupth tl liruartntiCholera ncmndv rrmMr rrri tor'.rani rrvnt htf fcItri, I k r nuh. ir it r Ui J oil I ttii.t.mork.HUTlti nc i tfuartmum. C"lnn J?I2Uluft 1 em tl tart, tl o th.-- Oullu i ui, Al All JfruTuUU. m.1.1 I Sold by Portor-Moor- Drag Go. Do your Christmas shopping early. fc November 28, 1016. THE CITIZEN A. F. Scruggs RED CROSS Pace Fivo Elliott Fisher Book - keeping Machine Jas. W. Stephens W. O. Best Mrs. W. II. Bower Rev. Howard Hudson E. F. Dizney G. E. Verier D. O. Bales R. II. Chrisman Ilcxford Raymond A. P. Smith Mrs. R. R. Coylo .1. 1 E. F. Coylo It. Robertson. Chas. II. Burdcltc Mrs. S. T. McGuiro "Fifty miles from a 'wlro' station, GOVERNMENT CONTROL five miles from a telephone," writes Shelby D. Walls, Red Cross Homo Service flcld ngenl, to James L. Flc-s- Or ALL RADIO COMMUNICATION Lake Division director of CivilTHROUGH THE ACQUISITION ian Relief. AND OPERATION DY NAVY. Mr. Walls, besides carrying, visiting and organizing Homo Scrvico sections in Red Cross chapters, ia StatloneTaken Over After the Declardoing Homo Scrvico case work in ation of War Included Those at Say. tho untravcllcd mountains of Kenvllle, Long Island, and Tuckerton, N. J., Which Were Said to Have tucky wherever lio finds afflicted cr, GERMAN "REDS" IN DUSSELDOR Spartacus Group Proclaim Die torship and Arrest the Burgomaster. ASK AID families!. Been Financed by Germany. OF BOLSHEVIK. F. O. Clark has heen appointed chairman of Christmas Roll Call Campaign which begins December 10 and ends December 23. Ellen II. Mitchell, Secretary. Financial Report of Berea Kentucky Red Cross Chapter 1918 Receipts 1 21.05 Balance, April 30, 1918 0.50 Miscellaneous Collection .... 59.00 t 59 Memberships 198.05 Tag Sale, Juno 0 153.35 Picture Show, Juno 0 10 of Chautauqua, June 20.. 29.00 0.C0 Mrs. Davis, Juno L00 Sale of Tea, Juno Liberty Bontls, given by Miss Henricttn Childs, June... 155.02 39.01 Fourth of July Bootl Collection Union Service at 1058 Chapel, July 10 Donation, Mrs. Alico Tyler. This machine writes your check and deposits, adds deposits, subtract! checks, carries correct balances forward every day, and keeps dupliIf you want your book keeping done cate copy for our customers. this way open an account with the Berea Bank & Trust Co. The Citizen (i Ills latest report to headquarters, besides tho usual statistics reads: "There are only some flvo hundred peoplo now sick with Iho 'JIu in this district About a half dozen families have no one to give medicine or care for them at all every member of the family being down. I cared for a family of eight today, t. all I gave medicine, cooked potatoes, boiled or coddled d eggs, washed dishes, cleaned up generally, cut wood, built the lire, nursetl the baby and milked two cows, riding home five miles in the dark over creeks and mountains. The horse went some, too. This is a sample of tho work needed,!0 he done, but every man here has a job nursing his family or relatives or neighbors." bed-fassoft-boile- WVMern 172 Abdominal Bandages 500 .')() Triangular Bandages Four-taile- A family Newspaper for all that it right true, and interesting rublthl BEREA WM. evrry Thurtdajr at IUtra. Ky. PUBLISHING (lncrpof (m!) Lditorii-Cht- CO. C FROST, Subscription Rate rAYAIH.C IN ADVANCK Sit Kuntht Thn Month Snd money On Year ... lo we- four nam on Ubel show a to 'd. If it ia nut what daU your aubarrlptkm la chantfml within thrw week after renewal notify ua. tnt lmmp. aflr The data by l'ot-(Ti- ce or Kipreaa Money Ontrr. Draft, ltnriatmd LrtUr, or one nU Mlinr numlTi will be ar notified. lvralurmaclvrntoany gladly auppllnl If whoobuln new fur ua. Any on tendlnr ua four yearly can receive. The Cittian free for aubcriitiona on year. Auvt rlltntf raia oil application. ANNUAL MEETING Or BEREA RED CROSS The Annual Meeting of IJerea Hctl Cross Chnptcr was held in Vocational Chapel, November 20, 1918, at T Ort Hjlinrnrt nrna If Irtil 'I1 ri tit meeting was opened by singing The America, after which Rev. Hudson led in prayer. T Thu Annual Message of the War Council to the Chapters of tho American Red Cross was read by Prof. J. R. Robertson. Tho Secretary's report of tho meetings of the Executivo Commit-te- e was rcajl and approved. J. L. flay, Treasurer, gave a report of tho money received and expended by tho Chapter during tho past year. Mrs. It. !!. Cowley gave a report of First Aid Classes. Nlncty-nln- o persons have taken tho courso In havo reFirst Aid and thirty-seve- n ceived certificates. Mrs. 0. II. Porter gavo a very interesting account of tho work done, by tho women, whoso faithfulness is shown by tho following results: MO T nandagca Bandages d Hospital Bed Shirts Property Bags 50 Heel Rings 8 Wash Cloths 30 Napkins 55 Girls' Dresses I Box of Scrap Books', mado by the Training School. In the linen shower wo sent 20 sheets "5 bath towels, 78 hand towels, io napkins, and 121 handkerchief Tho Belgian Relief Committee packed and shipped 13 boxes of clothing which weighed two tons. Mrs. S'. R. Baker's report of tho knitting which had been dono for the Chapter showed that there had been no lack of interest in this direction. Berea Chapter has shipped: 21 Helmets 72 Pairs Wristlets 15 M timers 223 Sweaters - WO Pairs- gpeks. Mrs. it. It. Coyle reported that tho Chapter had made 5,315 surgical dressings. Mrs. J. W. Hcrndon's report of tho varied activlties'of tho Civilian Relief work was very interesting and showed a wonderful amount of work dono by that committee. Tho following members wcro elected as an Kxecutivo Board for tho ensuing year: W. a Hunt Mrs. S. R. Baker T. J. Osborne Mrs. T. J. Osborno Br. R. II. Cowley Mrs. R. H. Cowley Mrs. J. W. Hcrndon John L. Gay Mrs. C. D. Lewis John W. Welch Mrs. Ellen II. Mitchell John F. Dean John F. Smith F. O. Clark :jyy 100 July 17 3.00 1.01 Refund on Express, July 22.. 0.50 Sale of Tea, July 31 Kentucky Trio Entertainment 1551 August Donntion, West End S. S., 4.52 August 20 of Second Red Cros War Fund, Sept II, 331.52 8.00 Four Magazino Memberships. Donation by S. R. Scale, First Movie Ticket sold on opening night to &'. R. Baker, 10.00 October Collection from Union Service Meetings, October 11 .... 1VG9 Donation by Progress Club, 188.73 November One-fourth Total Expenditures W. H. Moore, May 8 $1,253.97 $ 0.1 93.71 Purchasing Committee 0.51 Mrs. C. H. Porter, May 10 .... American Red Cross, Member3150 ship Dues ..' 2.10 Tho Citizen, Juno Berea College Press, Juno If. 855 M. E. Vaughn (films), Juno 12 10.75 Geo. Reynolds (drayago), Ju1.20 ly 3 Berea Transfer Co. (express), 1 July American plies) 9 Red Cross (sup- 2.13 511.09 Mrs. R. R. Coyle and Mrs. S. R. Baker (Assistance rendered persons during Influenza Epidemic),'Nov. 15 Mrs. E. F. Coyle (postage), 12.G2 0.91 Nov. 19 Mrs. Ellen Mitchell (postage), 1.50 Nov. 19 Berea College Press (station4.51 ery, etc.), Nov. 19 501.82 Balance, Nov. 19 The Military Relief Department of tho American Red Cross is to hav'o a representative and a staff at eacli of the General Hospitals now being opened throughout the country for sick and disabled soldiers. In the Lake Division Red Cross territory these hospjtals arc to bo located at the Cincinnati East High School, at tho Deaf and Dumb Institute at Columbus, the Richman Brothers model factory at Cleveland, tho Stale Hospital at Limit ami at the former health resort ut West Baden, Ind. Edward B. Greene, director of tho Red Cross Department of Military Relief in tho Lake Division, is authority for the statement that tho Retl Cross will have a staff at each of the above institutions. "Theso staffs," says Mr. Grcrne. in their "will largely parallel, makeup and activities, tho staffs that we now have and have had for months at all the big military train ing camps in this country. Tho size of tho staffs will vary, but it is quito likely that for a hospital of 1,500 beds we will nave a field director, an assistant field director, two or three associate directors and one or two stenographers. Our field director at each hospital is to havo chargo of all activities of outside organizations that wish lo volunteer their services for hospital work. It goes without saying, however, that these Red Cross field directors will be responsible to tha commanding officers of the hospitals and will neither plan nor permit activities which do not meet with the complete approval of the commanding officers. The staff men will attend to such details as communication and visiting, and we will bo prepared to furnish emergency supplies upon requisition just as wo had the opportunity to do in a big way during tho recent epidemic of influenza." (Continued GovernWashington. Permanent ment contrbl nf nil radio communication through the wiiilnlthn nntl opcr-1- . Hon by the Niivy Department of nil shore wireless stations In the United Mil ten used for commercial purposes by the Administration unIh plnnm-der bill now before Congress. chnlr- llenresclitntlvc Alexander, limn of the House Merchant Murine t'ommlttee, who Introduced the measthat ure In the Uo'isp, announced hearings on the hill will begin before Ills committee December 12 nntl continue until till Interests hnve been given nn opportunity to bo heard. A nlmllnr hill, Introduced In the Senntu by Chnlrmnn Fletcher, of the Committee of Commerce, bus been approved by President Wilson. Hcsldcs providing for the acquisition nnil operation of the stations by tin; navy, the bill directs that the Secretary of the Navy shall, so far as may lie vonslMcnt with the transaction of Government business, open radio stations to general public business under regulations prescribed by him mid shall tlx the rates for such service, lie also shiill establish special rates for the handling of press dispatches by transoceanic or other spe-(l11 Nffpapr Union News Service. Bremen Soldiers' and Workers' Council Declares Itself In Complete Accord With Bolshevism Bavaria May Secede. London, Nov. 25. Chaotic political conditions In Oermnny nre emphasized ln reports received here from Am'ster-dnnnd Copenhagen based on direct telegrams from German cities. The Spnrtiicus group at Dusseldorf is reported to have proclaimed a proletarian dictatorship and arrested the burgomnster. Dr. Karl I.lebknecht, radical socialist, was ucclalined at a Spartacus meeting In Herlln, which Issued nn appeal to the workers to emulate the Russian bolshevlkl, mid refused to listen to moderate soclnllst speakers. The Ilremen soldiers' nnd workers d council declared Itself In complete with bolsbevlsm nnd resolved to call on the bolshevlkl In Russia to help Introduce communism. There Is n general luck of harmony and In different parts of the country n tendency toward sepnrntlsm. Ideas nre declared to be growing In the west, where n llhenlsh re public Is said to be plnnned. Plans of Hun Royalists. Much laudatory publicity Is being given In wcsTern Germnny to Kltel Krledrlcb nnd August Wilhelra, the second and fourth sons of William says The Hague correspondent of the Dally Mull. The correspondent's Impression Is thnt the royalists' hope Is that through them dynastic sympathies enn be maintained und n restoration effected. lk ul stations. Commercial business hns been han dled through some naval wireless stations for four years, nnd since the r.atlon entered the wnr nil stations have been nnd still tire being operated by the navy. Stations taken over after the declaration of war Included the big plunts ut Suyvllle, Long Island and Tuckerton, X. J., which were said to have been financed by Germany. The navy only recently completed the most powerful radio plant In this country at Annapolis, nnd from It have been sent direct to ! ranee and other foreign countries. nother new station Is being built on the South Atlantic Coast. On Coast It operated stations ut Sun I' ranclsco nnd San Diego. For any stations acquired under the proposed law, or those which may bo closed permanently, Just compensation is to be paid. In ease of disagreement us to tlie amount of this compensation, the Secretary of the Navy shall i lake an offer. If this Is refused, ho s will pay of It pending Html adjustment of the claim In tho mes-nigthree-fourth- The correspondent ascertained thnt after William Hohenzollern had entered Holland u thousand German soldiers arrived nt the frontier nnd demanded that they he allowed to pursue nnd kill him. The correspondent does not believe that William Hohenzollern could reach Herlln In safety, no mutter what guaranties plight be given. His eldest son Is so universally lulled nnd greatly despised that his life In Germany would not he worth an hour's purchase. He Is under the closest guard owing to fears of an attnek. Huns Demand Best Food. In connection with the nppcul of Dr. W. S. Solf to the United Stntes for food, It Is to be remembered that there are two kinds of rations In use In Germany. That for the soldiers has been much larger than that grunted the rest ( ourts. FEAR Total $1,253.97 Since the War is Over OUR STORE IS OPEN New Goods Arriving Daily The Best the Market Affords Total Receipts since organiza- ?2,503.87 parts of territory now under Austion, June, 1917 trian rule. It would bo a practical Total Expenditures sinco or ganization, Juno, 1917 .. 1,939.05' realization of tho ambitions of tho Servian people Such changes might is Balance Nov. 19, 1918,$ 501.82 bo mado if a icaguo of nations formed that can secure order and Respectfully submitted, J. L. Gay, Treasurer freedom from tho constant quarrels that havo occurred in tho Balkan peninsula. Very Good Reason. Another reason why n man would rnther be n man and have' men friends HUN DIPLOMAT WANTS WIFE than he a woman and have woman friends Is because he known that none Advertises for Woman "From the Best Family, With Fat of his friends Is going to borrow tils Fortune." hair to go to the theater or a party. U. S. NEWS (Continued rrom Ftge One) g Tho Frankfurter publishes mi advertisement of u "diplomatic attache in the highest pothirty, freesition, tail, thinker, son of an excellency" who wants a wife "from the best family, with a fortune permitting her to become the wife of a future German ambassador." lie explains that he there lire no advertises because dances or dinners during the war. The Tiigllcbe ItiimNcluui, very angry ut tho "future German says It U not surprising that the whole world laughs at the German diplomats, If this Is tho stuff of which thy uro made. WORLD NEWS rrom Piss one) We Give You STYLE, QUALITY Amsterdam. Zel-tuu- tho American pcaco delegation will cross on tho samo ship with tho The Heavy Sweater Coats and underwear men need now iTcsident, Preparations for tho President's trip aro progressing rapAre Here I idly, though still surrounded with Men's Night Shirts, $i.oo to $1.50. secrecy. No ono professes 16 know Men's Pajamas and Bathrobes. when tho start will bo mado or Just Men's Flannel Shirts, including popular army numbers which who will inako up tho party. Many messages England, are sweeping the country from coast to coast $1 to $5. Italy say from President'sFranco and prcsonco tho Men's Wool Mixed Union Suits, $3.50 to $5.00. is essential. GOOD SERVICE Italian and Frnncli ambassadors and good-lookin- Overcoats am"! Markanaws, $10.00 to $25.00. And Ladies' Raincoats, $3.00 to $17.50. Fur Caps, $.1.00 to $7.00. and Hoys' Suits, the newest styles out, $6.50 to $30.00. and Young Men's Fancy Dress Shirts, $1.00 to $5.00. and Young Men's Shoes, $2.50 to $12.00. We welcome you at all times, and will make you feel at home through our courteous treatment. Men's Men's Men's Men's Men's Men's SMART PEOPLE BUY DRY GOODS from: AND NOTIONS anxious thnt the urmy standard slmll be maintained for the body of troops returned lo Terror in civil life. This ration Is considerably Machines Spread more generous than that to which the Ranks of Foe. Itritls.li people huve been accustomed during thw last four years. South Germans May Secede. Armed Car Helps 15 Yanks to CapCopenhagen, Nov. 25. Resistance In ture 700 Huns In Recent south Germany, especially In Ilavarla. Drive. to proletariat dictation from Herlln Is rapidly growing und Is likely to result With the American Armies. Greater Ih nil of south Germany becoming n laurels dally uro being won by tho new Independent government, accordFrench light tanks which aro ing to the ltcrllngske Tldende's Herlln with the Ainertcun forces In corresiMindent. pushing the Germans back toward tbo Illilne. How the Kangaroo Qot Its Name. Among the many Individual feats of When Captain Cook discovered An nnd their drivers which have tralla be sent his sailors aBhorc to buj the tanks come to-- light, one of the most Interest-Ju- g the body of an nnlmul which he saw Is that of Brigadier CelUer, who In possession of the natives. After the bus been decorated wltlj tho cross of bargain was made the men tried to the Legion of Honor for bis work In a find out the name of the animal. But light tank which enabled 15 American the natives, not being able to undersoldiers to capture 700 Germans. stand English, replied In their own Seerul hundred of these tanks led language: " which meant, e from tho tho "I don't know," meaning that they did forest In July, which marked not know what the men were talking what appears to have been the turning about. The sailors, however, thought point of tho war. They broke through they had the answer to their question the enemy's lines, destroying his maand reported to their captain that the chine guns, overcoming strong centers nnlmuLwas called a kangaroo, and so of resistance and spreading panic and the poor kangaroo got n name that demoralization In the German ranks. did not belong to him, and has bud It Where the Infantry was preceded ever since. by the "chars d'assaut," as the French cull them, the advance was three miles a day. "CUT OUT FISH," SAYS EDITOR It was theso same French light tanks which preceded the Americans In their Walter Consults Head Waiter and Asadvance upon Juvlgny and Terny on, sistant and Then Uses a the Solssons plateau. One of them, Knife. by u lieutenant, killed more manned London. Dr. K. J. Wheeler, editor than 200 Germans on the plateau. Documents that huve come Into tho of Public Opinion, looks the part of bauds of tbo French staff show that on eminent scholar, but ho speaks the Germans uro greatly worried by United Sldtes idiom, occasionally to the light tanks and are studiously tho mystification of welters who servcoaching their men In methods of de- ed Idin during the tour of tho American editors. fense against then. Wheeler nrrlved In the dining room Thu light ears have the advantage of greater speed untl of being more lute for dinner and. having an eneasily bandied than the heavier tanks. gagement immediately after, decided They require u crew of only two men, to huve dinner ns quickly us possible. "I will have no soup nnd you can cut u driver und a gunner, und carry ono gun und a inachtno out the llsb," be told un attentive Swiss. gun. "Knn-gu-roo,counter-offensivVlllcrs-Cottercts FRENCH the nation. TANKS of Doctor Solf appears OWEN McKEE THERE IS A REASON RICHMOND KENTUCKY J. M. COYLE & COMPANY Chestnut St Phone 193 Berea, Ky. The waiter withdrew silently. Presently he wus observed In earuest consultation with the head waiter. Tho Old Soldiers Buy Bonds. dignitary called uuother waiter Los Angeles, Cu!. Civil war veter-tin- s latter Into conference. After u few minutes' nt tho Nutlonal Soldiers' homo ut deliberation, heuds close, the waiter Sawtelle, neur here, pledged themslipped away und cumo buck with u worth of War knife. selves to buy Savings stamps. The soldiers of '01 He picked up the plutter und, going are also heavy Liberty loan to Wheeler's place, very carefully extracted tbo fish bones. That, the editors untbmtund, Is Swiss for "cut out the ftb t Price Sit T1IR CIT1ZKN November 28, 1018. MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spcnce, Farm Demonstrator and Special Investigator FARMING FROBLEMS To IN 1919 SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING ,YOUNG 1st Door Training tti.il adds to your general education. TOR YOUNG MEN Agriculture, Carpentry, Dricklnying, Printing, Commcrco and Telegraphy. FOR YOUNG LADIES Homo Scicnco, Dressmaking, Cooking, money-earning PUT VEGETABLES IN ROOT CELLAR Prove an Economy and Pre vent Waste of Food Wl.ich Is a War Measure. STORAGE IS OF IMPORTANCE TRAPS ARE GOOD RAT DESTROYERS Most Reliable for General Use Is the rarmers and the Agricultural Forces of the United Stales: During Uio period since wo entered llio war Uio farmers of tho Nation liavo responded magnificently to Uio appeals for increased production, and all tho pcoplo Imvo complied with tho urgent requests During for fuller conservation. this present fall season our farmers liavo planted an increased wheal ncrcago and a largo acrcago in rye. It is loo early now to make detailed suggestions for tho spring planting season. Wo do not know how tho fall grains will come through tho winter and wo are not able to foro-na- st Uio demands and the condilons which will prevail after the first of I ho year. This Department, tho agricultural colleges and other organizations will continuo to givo dcflnllo Ihot to all tho problems, and at tho prop ro er timo will lay tho situation you. Two things seem to bo clear: Ono is that for a considerable period tho world will have need particularly of a larger supply than normal of livo stock, and especially of fats. We should not fail, therefore, to adopt every feasible means of economically increasing our livestock products. As a part of our program wo should givo duo thought t tho, securing of an adequate supply of feed stuffs and to the eradication and control of all forms of animal disease. Tho other is tho need of perfecting tho organization of our agricultural agencies for tho purpose of, intelligently executing such a pro-- J gram as may seem wise. Wo should not only have tho best possible organization and of the Department of Agriculture, the agri cultural colleges, tho State depart--, nicnts of agriculture and farmers' j associations, but wo should cspccial- bo-fo- ly strengthen tho local farm bureaus and other organizations which sup port so effectively tho extension forces ami assist them in their no tivitios. Tho perfecting of this or ganization is highly desirable not only during tho continuance of tho present abnormal conditions but als0 for tho future. Tho local as well as the State and Federal agencies nrn of supremo importance to the Nation in all its activities designed to make rural life more profitable, healthful and attractive, and, therefore, to securo adequato economic production, cflloicnl distribution and necessary conforvation. Tho main purpose of this appeal is to direct attention to tho necessity of continuing our stato of preparedness and of strengthening tho foundations of our agriculture. D. F. Houston, Secretary of Agriculture. UNITED STATES CROP SUMMARY Corn, 2,710,108.000 bushels; winter wheal, 555,725,000 bushels; PEOPLE Berea's Vocational Schools power, combined with Inexpensive Snap or llotine Device. Gui- AVOID SHEET METAL BASES Nursing, Stenography and Typewriting. 2nd Door Berea's Foundation School General Education for tboso not far advanced, combined Willi" somo vocational training. No matler what your present ndvnnccmont, wo can put you with others like yourself and givo chanco for most rapid improvement Makes It Possible to Reduce Cost of They May Be Placed In Great Variety of Favorable Placet Around Farm Menu Materially and There Is Small Breeds of Dogs Aro Much Satisfaction In Having Most Valuable, Good Supply In Winter. (Prepared tiy (lie United fltntu Department jot Agriculture.) For those persons who nre fortunate enough to control land for the growing of .vegetables In Htilllclcnt qunntlty for the needs of the family, storage will prove tin economy. Likewise, It will often prove tin economy to grow Into vegetables to store. Homo storage Is of Importance at nil times, hut especially ho If the price of suitable containers for iibe In canning and drying Is high. Reduce Menu Cost. Crops of snltnble sorts that mature nt a season when they can he preserved by storing should he kept In their natural condition Instead of be- Itit. xmiiiii.1I in ill It'll. iviiiiluI .11. ..I V... ....I.. ( .. III ' Alll .IflllJ , IB.. It ' .. II.,.. ... i jniKiiuir in reuuee inc cosi 01 inc menu materially by growing and storing vegetables for home tine, but the satisfaction of having a supply ol fresh vegetables near nt hand, so that, (Prom the United States Department of Agriculture.) N'o opportunity to kill rats should bo neglected on the farm. Traps, dogs. cats, and poisons may bo useful. Tho llrst need Is traps nnd n knowledge of how to use them. The most reliable sive simp, or guillotine, traps. Many eniclcnt kinds are on the market, but the cheaper ones nre rarely to bo recommended for durability. Thoso that 3rd Door tor Berea's English Academy Course llioso who aro nol expecting to leach and who are not going II also gives thru Collego and desire moro general education. tho best general education for thoso who wish a good start in study and expect to carry it on by themselves. trnps for general use aro tho Inexpen- 4th Door Berea's Normal School spring wheat, 3G3,103,0.M bushels; fall wheat, 918,920,000 bushels; oitJ. 1,535597,000 bushels; barley, 2J5 505,000 bushels; rye, 76,637,C00 buli-el- s; buckwheat, 18,370,000 bushels, potatoes, 390,101,000 bushels; sweet potatoes, 88,114,000 bushels; tobacco, 1,260,680,000 pounds; hay, 80,251,000 tons. WHEAT REPORT -- This gives tho besl training for thoso who expect to teach. Courses arc so arranged that young pcoplo can teach through the summer and fall and attend sahool through tho winter and spring, thus earning monoy to keep right on in their courses of study. Head Dinsmoro's great book, "How to Teach a District School." have sheet-mel- 5th Door Berea's Preparatory Academy Course Tills is tho straight road to Collego best training in Mathematics, Science, Languages, History and all preparatory subjects. Tho Academy is now Doroa's largest department 6th Door courses A twenty-fiv- e Berea College in all advanced subjects. For Southern Madison and Rock castle Counties Rockcastle County 875 Total acrcago for 1917 2402 Total acrcago for 1918 1527 or 1759& Gain in acreage 227 Farmers reporting Southern Madison County 1162 Total acreago for 1917 2729 Total acreago for 1918 1527 or 135 Gain in acreago This is the crown of tho whole Institution, and provides standard Temporary Ilalso in Board is forced by years the board has remained tho unusual situation in which the wholo country it impossible for us to live on the sumo money This adds fG.GO to tho former expenses of tho expenses of tho boy., bul still leaves tho schools and "cheaper than slaying at home." by the term, board by the half term. FALL TERM war conditions. For same In Berea, but the finds itself now makes as wo have in the put the girls and 115 CO to cost half thai at other regardless of markets and winter temperatures, the list may be varied, l something that cannot be measured In dollars nnd cents. A half-acrgarden, If cared foi e properly, will produce PAYMENT MUST BE IN ADVANCE, incidental Farmers reporting 77 fee and room rent Installments are as follows: THE WAR ANP THE LIVE STOCK MARKET Live stock prices are good, but feed prices nre so high that many farmers are tempted to sell olT their live stock and market their grains direct. Oa some farms this Is undoubtedly the thing to do; on others It would be a of sheep. A good foreign market for Expanses for Boyi American meats and breeding stock VOCATIONAL AND will undoubtedly exist for a term of SCHOOLS FOUNDATION years. $ 5.00 Incidental Fee Many stock growers ore Investigat7.00 ing the possibility of Increasing the Room 12.25 carrying capacity of their farms Board. 7 weeks Amount duo Sept. 11. l'JIP.. 24.25 through the use of commercial fertilizBoard. 7 weeks,. duo Oct 30.. 1255 ers. In experimental tests It has been Total for Term '3050 shown Unit grain und hay to fatten is ACADEMY AND NORMAL COLLKOK I 6.00 7.00 7.00 7.00 12J25 12JS 2555 1255 tables thnn the average family can coir mime during the maturing period ol the crops. Only u small portion ol the garden should be devoted to those vegetables which must he used as soon as they reach maturity. Heels, lat cabbnge, carrots, celery, onions, .pars nips, potatoes, sweet potatoes, Falsify and turnips may be stored In theti natural condition, nnd should b grown to the extent of the famllj needs for storage for winter use lleans of various kinds, Including the' I.lnms, may bo stored dry. Tho sue--' ccssful storage of vegetables Is not al all dltllcult ; In fact, good storage fncll Hies already exist In most homes. It far more vege- 2855 1255 38J50 able, as nils fear nnd avoid them. Knap traps should be set so that they will spring nt n slight touch. They may be placed In rat runs, at rat burrows, behind boards leaned against the wnll, and In a great variety of other furor-abl-e places. Dry oatmeal (rolled oats) Is recommended as a bnlt for 1kUi rats and mice. Place n few grains on tho trigger pnn or under the trigger wire, with a few grains near tho trap. Useful Wire Cage Trap. Tho wlre-cngtrap, If substantially made, Is useful on the farm. Coarse halt Is required, and may be hung from the top of the trap by a light wire. Set the trap on a floor or on a hoard, lay a short boanl on top, nnd cover the whole with an old cloth or gunny suck, leaving only the trap entrance uncovered. The trap may b bulled and left open for a night or two until rata leurn to feed Inside, nfter which a good catch mny be expected. An excellent plan for using the cnge trap Is to bora a hole two or three Inches In diameter at proper height In the door of granary or feed room. The bole maj be covered with n metal slide vrhen the trap Is not In use. Set tho trap Inside the granary with Its entrance fitted to the hole nnd cover nnd bnlt In tho usual manner; nny nit entering the granary Is caught. The same plan is applicable to rut holes In other situations, nnd It bus been used effectively between connecting rooms of cold storo bases aro not desir- '3750 Expenses for Girls Incidental Fee Room $ 5.00 7.00 I Board, 7 weeks 1050 Amount due ScpL 11. 11H8.. 2250 Board, 7 weeks, due 0 30.. 1050 Total for Term 33.00 This docs not include the dollar deposit nor laundry. 6.00 7.00 1050 f 7.00 7.00 1050 age warehouses. Tho small breeds of dogs, especially terriers, nre vnluable as rat killers or the fa nn. They nre enslly trained 2350 1050 '34.00 2450 1050 35D0 money for books or '$ ' Special Expenses In Addition to Incidental Fee Buslnass Fall M'intrr Stenography and Typewriting $11.00 110.00 112.00 10.00 Bookkeeping (brief course) 11.00 '12.00 Bookkeeping (regular course) 6.00 7.00 ' 0.00 Business course for students in other departments: 9.00 1050 750 Stenography It Will Take Years to Rebuild European Herds Destroyed by the War. Typewriting, with ono hour's 5 XX) 7.00 6.00 use of instrument serious mistake. The difference de- nine steers can be profltoble produced Com. Law., Com. Gcog, Com. pends lurgely upon the location and na- on fertilized fields which unfertilized had fed but six. A fertilized pasture ture of the farm In question. 1.80 150 Arith, or Penmanship, each.. 2.10 Hut one point should be kept In maintained nine sheep where unfertil- In no case will .special Business Fees exceed $15.00 por term. mind: l ive stock will In all probabil- ized It would maintain but five. Many farmers figure thut through ity full off In price less rapidly than All students do some work with their hands from six to sixwill groin fields after tho armies re- this method they will be able to pro- teen hours a week as janitors or in tho farm, carpenter shop, printhnve grain turn to their homes, hut It takes years duce live stock and still ing office, laundry, boarding hall, office, etc., and rccoive pay which to build up a herd of cattle or u flock to sell. reduces their expenses. possioiu moment. Wlnter'sTongesfibn young man or young woman can get an education Any CAN AMERICA PRODUCE may this year, or last year4, reduce at Berea if there is tho will to do so. of fertilizer. OWN POTASH? movement HER Fertilizer shipped now Insures at lenst n part If it is impossible for any young man or young woman to be New light is thrown on this Inter getting to consumers In time for use, in school the full year, by all means (hey thould enter for a course durestlng question by facts and Usurer and at the same time helps in freeing ing the winter and spring terms. contained in a recent publication ol tho railways fur what may be moro the bureau of soils of the United Important service Inter n.jhi season. Tho public schools will close about Christmas and tho teachers States department of agriculture. and advanced pupils should not bo idle through tho long winter CINCINNATI MARKETS IJulletln No. C72 gives a careful months but should bo studying in Berea where tho best education can Hay and Grain. analysis of the probable potash supCorn No. 2 white $1..VW1.(. No. 3 bo gotten for least money. ply to be hud from the cement Indusl.KOfj'l..Vi, No. 2 yellow Sl.489 try when apparatus for Its recover white No. ..10, No. Applicants must bring or sand a testimonial showing that tbey art 1.M, yellow $1.1.--. has been universally Installed. mixed $l.l0l.ir., No. :t mixed .l.:iT.f? above 15 yoars old, in good health and of good character. This may b On the basis of uu average produc- 1. 10, white ear iM.X'iftl.lo. ellow ear signed by some former Berea student in good standing or some rellabli tion of 00,000,000 burrels of cement Fl.:iOifU.a. mixed ear $1 'Sif.M. teacher or neighbor. The use of tobacco is strictly forbidden. the total potash escaping at present Sound Nay Timothy, per ton, amounts to ubout 87.000 tons annually. from $2Tti'M. Sound clover in .M For information or friendly advice writo to the Secretary, It has been demonstrated commercial- K!i.UH(2, und sound clover $2!l..'iOQ ly thut 00 per cent of this potash if. 20. MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Ky. recoverable and experiments show Outs No. 1! white 78 4 e, standard white 7r.4c, No. that 05 per cent of this umount Is in while 70',4c. No. mixed 7240 uvallahle form or muy readily be made mixed 7:!V4ft7lc. No. 7Hc. available. On this basis we would Butter, Eggs and Poultry. have a production of approximate! 75,000 tons of avalluble potash each Hotter Whole milk creamery ourits BSe, year. centralized creumery ox Iran firsts (WVjc. Since only ubout 50 per cent of tfie Kkks rrlme first die, llr&ts (II He, potash In the raw material Is ordinarBest Equipment and Service at Lowest Cost. ily volatilized In the process of making ordinary firsts fi.Sc. Live Poultry .Springers, over J lbs, Wards for Men and for Women, cement, as bundled at present, there 1! lbs, 'M; fowls, 5 lbs and Is a prospect of still further quantities Jf.o; under Private Rooms, Baths, Electric Service. 11 ovor IMc; do, under lbs and over, to bo made avalluble from this 20c : roosters, loc if Sfe : ! V:. k able-bodi- ed Interior of Root Storage Housi Equipped With Shelves to Prevent Bruising Crop and to Facilitate Guillotine Ventilation. being only necessary to make use ol the cellar, the attic, a large closet, oi other parts of the dwelling, depending upon the chnracter of the product to bo stored. Suitable Cellars, A cool, cellar undet the dwelling offers good conditions for tho storage of vegetables. Many cellars nre not well suited for storing vegetables because of poor Insulation or luck of ventilation. Cellars containing n furnace for healing the dwelling usually are too wann and too dry for the storage of root crops. It Is often possible, however, to partition off a room either In one corner or nt one end of tho cellar where- the temperature may bo controlled by means of outside windows. At least one window Is necessary, and two or more d Trap With Wooden and Trigger Plate. Base 1 Berea College Hospital Sun-parlo- Live Stock. The present high prices of potush Cuttle Shippers irjQ'lO.W), butcher nre encouruglng Installation of collecting apparatus und when once Installed steers extra. SlH.liHc 11.50, good to choice common to fulr ?lt.K) tho co.it of potash recovery Is saiull. (11, boilers, extra !1 itll'.W), good to choice $Sft!, common to fair ?.V75 THE RAILWAY ADMINISTRATION 7.50, cows, extra U..Vi&U. Calves- - Hsttru J18W18.50, fulr to ASKS FOR EARLY DISTRIBUrood .fllfr'18, common und large TION OF FERTILIZERS. source. Surgery, Care in Child-birt- h, Eye Treatment, Nose'and $llll, -- Ear, General Practice Come in and visit an establishment, which is a friend in need, and in reach of all the people. 1 C The United States administration has asked that farmers, agents and dealers all over the country cooperate In getting spring fertlllzer,.moved nLtho enrHest Washington. D. heavy shippers Selected $l7.rJ, good choke puckers und butcher 17.W), stags SlOfi'lK, common to choice heavy fat sows SllfflS, light shippers .flfiftlU, pigs (110 lbs jaud less) $101L WCVl. Hogs Robert H. Cowley, M.D., Physician Mrs. Anna Powell Hackett, Superintendent single stack. Cats Destroy Mice, Cats aro useful about fnnn buildings mainly because they kill mice. Sorao-tlme- s they hunt and destroy rats but n cat thut will kill an udult mt la rare, Tho chief objection to cats on n farm Is their persistent destruction of song when A good cat Is are desirable for admitting light and Nnls.killing propensitiesvnluable concan bo her ventilation. fined to rodent pests, but the iuujorltj of felines are worthless or actually SYSTEM OF YARDING SWINE on tho farm. flreat caution should always bo obState or Good Health Can De Much served In tho use of poisons, but there aro situations on tho farm In which More Easily Maintained Than poisons may bo used safely und effecWhen Running Together. tively. In tho open fields poisoned It Is a fact that by carry-la- g grain may be scattered near rat burout a sensible system of yarding rows. In tho poultry yurd poisons bogs a state of good health can may bo exposed for rats Inside darkbo much more easily maintained than ened boxes. A smull, rather ahallow when a largo number are allowed to box containing the baits Is set on the run together without uny attempt be- ground with n lurger box Inverted over It. A hole In tho larger box will admit ing niado to change their quarters tho rat to tho food, while chickens will from time to time. bo safe. Ktrychalno Is tho safest pol-toto use where poultry run, because Keep Cream Smooth. The cream should bo stirred at least bens are Immuno to small quantlUtt of this poison, p , rmtt onco a day to keep It smooth. well-know- n n and are always available when needed. Wherever rats are routed from nests or hurbnrs theso dogs aro eager for tho fray. When shocked or slncKcd grain Is moved or thrashed they kill many ruts. Sometimes a barrier, or fence, of light boards Is placed about a stuck, und dogs Inside get nil the rodents dislodged. In this way W)0 or GOO rats have been destroyed from a Kovombcr IMPROVED 28) 1018. THE CITIZEN TEMPERANCE NOTES Pago Seven "Yes, miss," Mr. Ilnst smilingly admitted. "Hut If some folks knew whnt nn extrn menu I give for Thanksglv-lln- g they would not be entlng home. Trouble Isn't thnt, nltogcther, but hero ' the business section thcro nln't much going on today. Hnvo your choice of tnhles." And with n flourish Mr. Ilnst still retnlned his manner of pcrsonnl Interest nnd of n grent desire to plensc. Lydla Johnson took her scut nnd looked nt the menu. It was Just about usunl, but Mr. Itnst hnd the snmo-n- s been truo to his boast. There on tho top wns nn nddltlonnl sheet of thin pnper, rending In wntery Ink, "Special for Todny." Hclow wns "Thanksgiving turkey and cranberry sauce. Squnsh pic, npple cider." Lydln ordered them, scarcely noticing that they wcro a littlo special In price, too. Olives nnd celery wore put In front of her nnd n smnll dish of relish. She , tnsted somo nnd ns she put down her fork she snw Ned Courtney entering. As he cnught sight of her his eyes brightened nnd his step beenmo more buoynnt. "Mny I sit 1.. re?" he nsked, pointing to the vncant chnlr opposlto UNirORM INTERNATIONAL siwrsoiooL n. n. n.. or KnKtlati Illtt In tin) Moody Illbls Institute of Chicago.) (Copyright, !'... Western Newtpnper union.) rty Tfuu-he- nnv. Lesson kitcwatkii, i. FOR LESSON JOSEPH LESSON DECEMBER 8 MADE RULER OF EGYPT. TKXT-Oene- iln (lOl.DKN TKXT-- Ho thnt la faithful In a vcrr Htlla li faithful alto In much. lMkn H 10. DKVOTIONAL il ADDITIONAL HKADtNn-I'aal- mi MATKUIAL-Oenes- la 4S. 31: Thirteen long yenrs hnvo pnssed slnco his brethren sold him. They have been years of flery testing for Joseph, lint Ids fnltli Is triumphant. There Is n mighty contrast between Jo-so- Joseph In tho lilt nt Dotlinn nml oh prlmn minister of ICgypt. I. Joseph Made Prime Minister of ). Egypt (vv. t. The Occasion (vv. II It If) tho Interpretation of Pharaoh's dream. In his d renins I'linruoh suw (seven fril kino coming out of the river, followed by seven lenn ones, which devoured the fat ones. This tl renin wns followed by another In which ho sow seven ears of corn come up pn ono Klulk, nitik it ti tl good, only to bo devoured by seven thin ones. These urcnm iiromiceu unensinoss in I'nnrn- ill's mind. Holng thus troubled over Hu m no cent ror nte mngicinns una ulso men of Kgypt to Interpret thmn to him. Uton their fnlluro to Interpret them, tho chief btltlor calls to mind the prisoner "ho had Interpreted his Phnrnoh ilrenms two years before. lutxtlly brings Joseph from prison itttd places bis ilrenms before him. Joseph disclaimed wisdom for himself, but confidently nsserted his faith In the wisdom of God. (!od Is plcnstd with those who will thus lenn upon him In the rmclnl hour, nnd will never dlsnp-Klthem (James 1 :.'.). Little did Joseph's brethren, tho Ishmnelltes who carried him Into Kgypt. or I'otlphnr whose slave he became, realize what tho future would bring to him. Ills yenrs of suffering nnd waiting were part of God's plan for his discipline nnd education. It Is God's law for those who would reign, that they suffer. "If we suffer, we shall also reign with htm" ('J Timothy 2:1'J). Joseph's exultation from the state of humility Is u fine Illustration of Christ's humility und exaltation 2:0, 10). II. Joseph's Naturalization (v. 45). As soon us Phnrnoh thus exnltcJ him , he rhnnged his name to an Kgyptlnn word having varying designations; as "Salvation of the world." "The prince of life of tho world," 'The revcaler of secrets," 'Tho food of life." etc. No doubt It wns Pharaoh's purpose to designate him ns tho preserver of life, the of secrets, the Interpreter of dreams, nnd the author of the ptun by which Egypt was saved from the awful famine. lie thus wns naturalized, and his civil status rendered compatible with his olllclnl rank. Then Asennth, tho daughter of the priest, was given him to wife. Intermarriage with this enste completed his naturalization by elevating him to soclnl position. Joseph's elevutlon wus to save the world from famine. Christ's elevation wns to save the world from spiritual death. All unknown to his brethren, tho Jews, Christ Is now ut the right hnnd of the the Savior of tho world from Its famine of denth. As Joseph received n Gentile bride In the time of bis rejection nnd exultation, so Christ Is now receiving u Gentile bride (Itomnns 11:25). III. Joseph's Wtae Administration (vv. HMO). lie first miulo u careful survey of the land, then organized his forces und looked lifter the details of the work, lie did not use his power and position for himself, but to suve others, lie did SEND U. S. TROOPS TO FIUME not Idle his time uway, for ho knew thut only seven short years remained Americans Ordered to Occupy City In Hungary In Name of Allies to In which to work. Restore Order. IIS-H(Phil-IpplaZnpnuth-pnn-nenh- Josephus Daniels on Prohibition ! 'Tho business world nnd Uio governmental ofllclnls ns well nro learning Hint lempornnoo spells efficiency, "nil Hint tlio only ccrlnln wny lo Uio highest efficiency is through : tin prohibition of tho alcoholic liquor trafllc. No man was ever made moro ofllcient by liquor; many havo their efficiency Impaired and decreased, nnd many others havo destroyed totally their efficiency. Tho tompcranco forco or America Is now engaged in n mighty strug gle that will end in tho passage of tho prohibition amendment submitted by tho Congress, and then wo will havn n country frco entirely from tho salo nnd manufneturo or a-Hletters enn wnlt until intoxicating liquor, which hns Friday, Miss Johnson. To-touched almost overy rnmlly to its morrow we're closed, you Hurt. Lincoln said this country cpf know." "Very well, sir," said could not exist 'hair slavo and hair VT Mil Johnson, free.' It took n war lo put his the CziC J "will llntl'l Kiwitn In lio f.o- ory into operation. America cannot peclully pleased," continsecure Hie highest efficiency hair ued Mr. Ilrown. "Most of prohibition and half license. Wo Uio girls welcome a holiday. They can now havo much moro than hair tho loop nnd then go out dancing with territory under prohibition. Tho ome flno young man. Ain't you got n light will be waged until on not a voting man, Miss Johnson? Perhaps toot or land in America will thcro yoti'vo not been long enough In tho city. Well, well, tnke your time. bo a still or saloon." When They Try it Thoy Like It There's a lot of these youngsters who Tim proof or prohibition is in the. can make love nil right, till right, but when It comes to furnishing the home experience. they'd have u hard time doing It on Somo SUites havo gone dry with the Installment plan. The salaries of tho disapproval ot their big cities. young men nln't so' big these iluys." Wellington Stale was one. In 1911 Mr. Ilrowu wns malinger of the it went dry by 18,032. Tho wets car- Jones & Cushlng Wholesale Glnss and ried Seattle by 11,000. In 1910, on n Crockery company. He wns n lurge second referendum, the Slato voted gentleman with watery blue eyes, fnt dry again by n big majority, to lips und pudgy hands. "I suppose which Seattlo contributed heavily. folks, eh?" you'll be missing the old continued tho gentleman. T guess I will miss them," Mild Miss ANOTHER PHENOM EXPLODED Johnson, with letters nnd notebook In l'.very baseball season sees somo hand. "It will be the first Thanksgivwidely press agontcd phenom ex- ing I've been uwuy. You sec I took ploded. And thcro is usually very my course at business college last winlittlo variation in tho story. Ho be- ter nnd went home for the summer." "To be sure," said Mr. Itrown. "It's gins with a rush that promises to only two months since you came here, set tho lenguo nllro and simply but you've won your way Into our mows down everything beroro him. hearts," he added with u leer. Tor a couplo or weeks or a month, "And I know how you feel," he went sometimes longer, this continues. on. "Just longing for the old folks Then he goes nil to pieces, from bad nnd the kids. How'd you like some lo worso and rrom worso to tho real turkey, eh? Well, we'll have It. bushes. Tho answer Invariably is You're only a child to me. I'm old to that ho has a weakness, and tho enough withben your father." no father And ns gang have got onto it and mado lifo hns ever givenlook such or before since, Mr. miserablo for him. So it was with Ilrowu moved his chair n little nearer. I'russianism and Germany. Germany "How ubout ii Thanksgiving dinner storied out liko a Tour time win- with me tomorrow night? My wife has ner. She broke down all opposition, gone to see her old mother, who Is romped through Helghim and hair down sick. So let's keep each other way lo Paris beforo Foch got next company, eh? And have real turkey. What do you say? to her weakness nt tho Marno. Then "We'll go to one of tho name tho first decisive slump. where there'll be cranberryRwell places snuce, too. enmo a season of varyThereafter And we'll henr music when we ent, ing rortunes or war. Germany tried that Is If we get those noiseless soupout every Irick of tho game. Used spoons." Mr. Ilrown thought he wns everything sho had. Slopped at a humorous man. "I guess I'll go," suld Miss Johnson nothing. Disregarded all rules and taunted tho blear,herilcs. Kvcn put slowly. "Good I I'll cnll for you at sir shnrp old international law out of the umwrite pire's box. And finally collapsed In und you have u good sleep and going you're home to tho folks regular phenom style. Now Knfscr out with n nice safe that fatherly imin old Dill, manager, has gono to tho from the olllce." Mr. Itrown renlly or it. I'rug. flattered himself that he wus neither bushes. Germany is out sianism has lost tho job or martial old nor safe. Miss Johnson had closed the door trainer. And the gamo's.over, thank nnd gone to put her book und letters God. Hut there is n lot or peacemaking tq do as a result, Thcro is back In her desk, Mr. Courtney, ono right-han- d a lot or rebuilding or teams ncccs of the salesmen und Mr. Hrown's man, hail noticed ti slight flush sary. There nro bruises and sorol on her face us she had passed him. He spots to work out. And big leaguo wondered If It could be possible that rules must bo drastically revised. Mr. Ilrown bad Invited her to spend The big leaguo conrerenco will Iron tho holiday with him. Ilurthe Idea out these differences shortly, nut va n I si led und Just nt that moment he meantime' somebody hns lo keep tho was lulled to the telephone. The other grounds In order. That's partly girls had gone to the cloakroom und Uncle Samuel's job. And wo will Miss Johnson entered us they were preparing for tho outside world. havo (o pay tho freight in part. "Whut nre you going to do tomorthe old yarn sock; another row, Johnny?" nuked Miss Marks. It loan's coming. was the mime the girls had given her. "I don't know Just yet," she an- Bkifoffee lorhveps AThanWivihii'IalG Cfs OSn up to tell you we'll hnvc thnt turkey tonight nt six you know. I'll be around In plenty of time. Look ycur sweetest 1" "Oh, thnnk you, Mr. Hrown. Yes, I'll be rendy n little before six." whoever sho may be, If ho doesn't get At either end the receiver wns hung n smile on his fnce once In n while." up nnd ench went off discontented, "Hum MUs Johnson left?" Mr. Court"I wonder If I'm wnstlng time nnd ney wns nsklng of one of the stenog- money on her," meditated Mr. Hrown. raphers who wns hurrying off. "It's nil right to fnvor thnt country "Yes, left five minutes ngo," wus tho Iden she hns of a holiday but I like a nnswer, little npprcclntlon In return. . . . "You haven't got her home address?" Hut I guess I've got her where I wnnt he nsked. her. . . . Only I'd better not lose "No, but I guess Mr. Ilrown hns It. He keeps the nddresses of the whole stnff, you know." And she wns gone. Miss Johnson boarded with friends her mother had met during her one rlty trli a week's excursion which hnd taken In tho Hippodrome nnd the Flatlron building ns wonders never to be forgotten. Usually she took her dinner downtown nt a cheap tnble d'hote, for Mrs. Palmer, her mother's friend, did not enre much for cooking nnd besides It hnd been arranged thut wny room nnd brenkfnst, five dollnrs n week, nut tonight she would go strnlght home without dinner. Perhaps they would be making preparations for the grent day. She bought nn evening pnper, two liannnns nnd a Started Up the Stairs. sweetened roll nnd stnrted up the eh vated stairs. out by rushing things. She's a bit difShe ronchod home nnd opened the ferent from the usual run of 'em." door with her latchkey. From every Lydla returned to her room, passing Indication every one wns ouL Sho by the Inquisitive eyes of Mrs. Palmer cnllcd for Mrs. I'nlmer but no reply without nnswer. enme. Lnter she hrenkfustcd, or rnther Miss Johnson nte her monger repast lunched, with the I'nlmer family. She anil then went to the kitchen for n played the piano a little, nnd then, bedrink of wnter. Her menl hnd been dry fore returning to her rdom, decided nnd somehow It choked her n little. she would sntlsfy Mrs. Palmer's curiEverything wns so hurd to swnllow. Or osity. wns It thnt the lump In her throat got "I'm going to dinner with Mr. Hrown In the wny? of tho Arm," she said. "He's n father At Inst ten o'clock came and Mrs. of children not young und worthless." Palmer wnlked In. "Oh," said Miss She laughed a little. Johnson, "I enme home enrly tonight "That's good," said Mrs. Palmer. to know If I could help you with the "Hut what's ho doing taking you out dinner tomorrow. I'm going out my- todny? Where's his kids?" self. Hut mother hns always said I "Awny to nee a sick grandmother," wus hnndy with the dressing." snld Lydla, nnd ns she snld It she felt "Dressing? Dinner?" repented Mrs. thut Mrs. Pulmcr nodded her head u Palmer In nmuzement. "Oh, land, little too understanding. Lydla child, I don't go to no fuss for Thanks- flushed slightly. r, giving "Now, listen, dearie," snld Mrs. What's the use? I Just snys to llert Palmer nnd the kids, 'Now why "to a word of motherly ndvice. should I be stnndlng over u hot stove Get nil thnt's comln to you. They for hours when In no time you'd have think more of you when you mnke 'em nil the stuff et up?' So I let's 'era spend und If he's old enough to be n father' and take you out he's likely got enough of the wherewithal. Sny you like whlto furs. Tell him In n rent baby tone you did wish you could hnve a silver mesh bag. While I promised your mother I'd look nfter you, the city's wnys nren't the country's wnys leastwise, not so I'd know It. And I want to see you get on." Sho wns thinking secretly of a new rug sho might like herself. "Just work the old boy for nil he's worth, but tuko my und never fall In love. They're done with you then, nnd you lose Interest In others." Lydla hnd snt pnrtly listening nnd 1 Pnl-mc- "Quite," suld Mr. Courtney, quietly. "I don't enro much for girls, that Is, most girls." "Hum," grunted Mr. Hrown ns the younger mnn left his office. "Falling In love, eh? She'll soon tiro of him, ' I her. "Yes, do," snld Lydln quickly. "I'm nil alone. I'm kind of homesick, she admitted, ns her eyes shone n little mistily. "They makq a regular fuss over Thnnksglvlng dny nt home. I'm from tho country, you know. And I guess I'm still a bit of n youngster. It's my first Thnnksglvlng nwny from-home.nny-wny- ," " "And you're here, you poor child," said Mr. Courtney, who wns possibly two years her senior. "Of all the Godforsaken places In the world, tho city takes tho lend on a holiday when you've no spcclnl pnls nnd when you've been used to the other kind. It's my flrst Thanksgiving dny here." "Mother mnkes nn nwful fuss over the day," said Lydla. "And pop Is Just as bod. Always Jokes we're not going to havo turkey and wo nlways do, of course." "Of course," agreed Mr. Courtney, "nnd pumpkin plo nnd elder. I eco you've ordered the specials. Well, I guess I will too. Squnsh pie, eh? I suppose they hnven't nny pumpkin." They nte their dinner and each Wondered If Mr. Brown Had Invited Her to Spend the Holiday With Him. sleep nnd then I runs down to the delicatessen nnd gets u few cold cuts und bit of potato sulud for n little extry. Say. why don't you go to the pictures more? I've been tonight to see 'The AVuywnrd Girl's Iteturn Home.' It was ;ud but oh, so beautiful." Hut Miss Johnson wns not thinking if tho pictures. A few cold cuts und potato salad for Thanksgiving, she wus thinking, nnd n foothnll game nnd tho theaters nnd movies. No family gathering, no turkey, no pumpkin pie and cider. No children to be allowed on thnt day to eat ull they wuuted. Muyhe it wus n day of nntlonnl gorging, but It wus u family day unyway nnd U wus Thunksglvlug day. Sho tried to sleep. She didn't want to think of the morrow. Hut she did, and ut the sume tltm? enme the vision of Mr. Hrown, his watery eyes leering nt her, und his pudgy bunds holding hers so she couldn't escape, and his lips those fnt Hps forcing Oh not She shivered ami pulled the clothes around her tighter. Why bad she said she would go? Perhaps be meant to be kind. Hut he had ulyvuys been n little too kind, a little too considerate, It seemed now. Sometimes she had noticed a strange look on the part of Mr. Courtney, es pecially that afternoon. . . . She felt Ned Courtney thought Mr. Hrown dictated less and tulked moro thnu wns uecessury. And It bothered her. Hut she wus not sure, und she didn't wnnt to lose her Job, It bud been so beglnnhig with everything so new und different. Of ull the men she bud met In New York sho cared mostly for Ned Courtney liid bis opinion'. Ho bad seemed sincere and every one so highly of him. In the olllce She wondered whut he'd think of this, and then she wondered why she wished sho knew. So sho thought on. Morning came. Her eyes were lieuvy. Sleep had come only In snatches. She dressed hastily and then laughed ut herself for hurrying. She wrote home and tried to make her letter cheerful. "Lydlut I.ydiu Johnson I" sume Mrs. "A I'ulmer's voice from downstulrs. H'litlcniun to speak to you on the phone." Miss Johnson went down the stairs without hurrying. Sho hud never acquired the habit of running tu the telephone us It It were on lire und must bo put out by lifting the rocclntr. "Hello," she suld. Miss Johnson,' "Oh, came the voice from the other end. "' hope I didn't get you uu mil of bed No? You're not it Into Mooter - t o Well, I ulvtuj ki.- tl holiday? were sliiuit. Just thought I'd ii'll i ' w pnrtly dreaming of the Thanksgiving nt borne the long tnble, her father's Jokes, the children's ceaseless chnttcr, her mother hot nnd tired but beaming. She nrose. "I'll bo enrcful," sho snld ns she bit her Hp. "I won't fall In love. Don't worry, Mrs. Palmer, I'm not so young ns you might think." She went to her room nnd closed her door with n bnng. Then softly opened It. An hour went by nnd then another. Still nnother passed nnd Lydla wus growing Impatient. Her hut und gloves nnd coat were rendy. She snt there, nervous nnd slinking. At last she henrd Mrs. Palmer's shrill voice: "I See You've Ordered the Specials." talked of tho times at home other Thanksgivings. "Do you como hero often?" asked Mr. Courtney. "Almost always," sho answered. "1 wasn't going to come tonight, and then I thought I would. I've never seen you here before." "No, It's ray flrst appearance, though I guess I know all the other places llko this. One of the boys told mo about It at the office. Where did you think you'd go? I mean tonight, if you hadn't come here?" "Mr. Hrown asked me to have dinner with him. He said his wife and two ish The Loom of Life. solemn thought thut every onu of us curries ubout with him u mystical loom, und wo aro ulwnys weaving weuve,' weuve, weave this robo which wo weur, every thought a threud of the wurp, every uctlon u thread of the weft. We weuvo It, nnd we dyo It, und wo cut It, and wo stitch It, und then wo put It on and wear It; and It sticks to us. Like u En all that crawls ubout your garden putches nnd makes Its shell by u process of secretion from out of Its own substance, so you nnd I are making that mysterious Menu) thing, we cull character, moment by moment. It Is our own self modified by our actions, Churactcr Is tho preclpltnto from tho fctreum of conduct which, like the Nile delta, gradually rises solid und firm nbovo tho parent river, nnd confines Its flow. Alexander Maclaren. It Is a Ktuine. Hungary, Nov. 25. It Is retroops ported here that American have been orileied to occupy Flumo In (he name of the utiles to rest ire order. Victor Fisher, founder of the llrlt-M- i Workers' league. In making u lour of redeemed Italian territories, has visited Flumo since tho Hungarian governor left the city. Speulclug on he says that It Is of exthe treme delicacy. Ihtnscr In arising out of 'the unexpected occupation' of the city by considerable bodies of Jugo Slav soldiery, most of whom were Croatian troops und until quite recently lighting In (he Austrian army. In addition to Ihls the local Jugo Slav committee, while disarming the Itnl-bipopulation, has formed armed civil guards from Jugo Slavs living In tho outskirts of the town. n swered. "Hill und I nro going to a Thanksgiving ball," remarked Miss Angela Carter. "And I've got u swell new dress mother's making me." There wus u general discussion us to tho ways the holiday would be spent nnd ut the downstairs door Miss John- turn separated from her companions and went over to tho elevated. "Courtney," culled Mr. Ilrown. "Yes, sir," he answered. "Did thlit new shipment come In today?" "No sir," suld Mr. Courtney. "I don't "Lydln, Lydla." Lydln closed the door softly nnd then opened It noisily. "Yes," she called back. "I'm Just going over to see tho pictures for nn hour. I'll be bnck In time to fuss you up a bit for tonight. Don't worry. I'll only be gone nn hour." "All right, thunk you, Mrs. Palmer," fiho culled. Sho wulted five minutes, then ten nnd ut lust put on her things. Quietly she stole down the stairs. She opened the door, looked up nnd down tho street und then hurriedly walked nlong. "I guess," sho said slowly to herself, 'TU go dpwntown." And sho went up the stairs to tho elevated. "I suppose I'll have to eat," she thought grimly. Usually rtnst's table d'hote was crowded. There people were always kids were up with his mother-in-la- Tried Hard to Make Her Letters pear Cheerful. Ap- - Righteousness and Truth. How cun Uod tilt with bis own thut which la ulrendy fllled by man? First It must bq emptied before It muy bo fllled with tho truo good of righteousness und truth, ot humility und love, of peuco and Joy. Howard I'yle. U.Boats Haul Down Hun Flag, Harwich, Kugland.- - In l he presence or Sir Erie Goddos, First of tho Admiralty, 28 more surrendered. This wns tho most Imposing to haul down tho German ling thus fur. It Included several very largo submarines und four of tho cruiser typo, ono being neurly !150 feet In The Law of Life. Pleasure, mere pleusure, Is aulmal. length. The noted cruiser stihiiuirluo wus among the God gives thut to the butterfly. Hut DeuUchhiud progress Is tho law ot lifo to the Im- number. Sho curried two American mortal. So God bus urninged our life olllcei'S who had been rescued from tho as progress, and Its working principle Amvrlcuu urmy cargo ship Tlcoude-rogtorpedoed on September 110 lust U evolution. Henry Druiumond. llo-tllU-I- "Most GirU Welcome a Holiday." believe we'll get It In until Monday now." "Oh, ull right, I Just wondered. Say, young man, don't look so glum. Get n pretty girl und go off for the.duy tomorrow. You need cheering up. Iff what 1 need, too. And I'll huvo It, believe me. I've got u lf.lle peach foi dinner. Quite u sport for uu old boy. standing waiting for seats, loqklng annoyed und envious of those who were1 uhuost finished but who took so long over their coffee. Tublo d'hote diners hnd no right to tuko so long over their coffee, their expressions reud quite plainly. Hut Mr. Itnst wus genial und ulwnys held his crowds by a suave smile und a confidential manner of( suylng to each customer, "I'll havo a table In Just u moment for you." Hut this evening there were few ut Host's. Johusou. Tho whole place looked strangely empty. "Plenty of tubles toulght," uld Miss i eh?" mercy again on Thnnksglvlng duy. We'll hnvo a country Thnnksglvlng nnd we'll let tho kids eat ull they wunt that Is later on." He grew uncomfortably red. He had been rushing a little too fust. Lydla looked at him flrst a full moment, then looked uwny. "I'vo ulwnys wished you cured for me," sho suld softly to tho empty tublo opposite. "That's enough," suld Mr, Courting "we'll make up for this, beginning with Chrlstmns." "Anything else?" murmured tho wulter for the third time. 'Oh," said Mr. Courtney, "blutk oof-- f eo for two I" (Ooutrlnbt. 1918. Wcttcni Courtney with a sudden burst of religious fervor. "Wife nnd two kids nnd a mother-ln-luall to fool you with I Why he's not even married I I pity the poor creature who would ever marry him. He's usked all the girls In the office to go out with him. Ho threatens to fire ;era if they don't accept, but If they're uny good at their work he figures on business flrst nnd besides It would look queer to tho partners. "I've seen him eyeing you," ho continued. "And I've said to myself often, 'If he lays n hnnd on her Tried to work on your homesickness Ugh I" Miss Johnson hnd turned crimson. "I'vo ulwnys been homo Thnnksglvlng beforo," sho murmured uguln. Sho had tulked a good deal to Ned Courtney In tho shop and the girls bad tensed her. nbnut him. Hut he hud never "nsked her out." Sho felt miserably friendless, "Listen," she henrd him suy, "I'vo enred for you ever since you flrst stepped Into Jones Cushlng's, nnd I'd llko to see you step out. My father's rendy nny dny to hand over tho farm to me, and the farm life !s flio renl lifo. Will you will you In a little while, marry me? Mr. Hmiwii nu fire us both. We'll never be ut his who's sick. She lives In tho country nnd so he'd be all alone. I guess he tnennt it kindly, but somehow I Just felt kind o' queer about going." "Thank God you did,' said Mr. I'll' 1 Nfw,iptr I'siui. Page Right THK CITIZEN November onza, but is slowly Improving Mrs. Ocro Isaacs is rejoicing over n flno baby girl born recently Miss Ida Bowman was tho guest of Miss Monio Brandenburg, Snlurday and Sunday. M. W. Jackson, who has leen working for "Undo Sam" at tho camps at Louisville, is visiting friends and relatives at this place. William Gabbard mado n business irip to Booncvllle, Saturday. On r.cciMinl of cool days several fat hogs have been slain In this vicinity. Mrs. Andy Creech Is visiting friends In Berea this week. Turkey Fool Lumber Company passed through with a new skidder last week Our merchant, Sid Gray, has gono to Willio Richmond for an operation l,vo nnd family havo moved in tho Mollie Gabbard properly (formerly Our hustling of Tie Polo, Ky. drummers, S. A. and Sidney Caudcll, acrompained by their wives, mado a business trip to Louisvillo last week Frank Marcum and Miss Llnnio Mainous were quietly married n few weeks ago. A number of our citizens hnve been working near Wagersville for the Carter Oil CompanyCircuit Court was postponed on account of influenza. Island City Island City, Nov. 25. Our County Superintendent, Mr. Creech, camo to our plaro n few days ago and forbid schools to commenco until fur-thorders. Minter Day of Blake came to our place a few days ago and reported somo new cases had developed near Booncville, which resulted in tho tf ono of tho family. A new 0.. n.i.n is tho guest of II. I). Peters The boys haven't llled any objections to tho signing I suppose thoy of the nrmisticc. had rather winter on this side than take chances over In Franco Marion Smith lost ono of his work mules Daniel Mooro killed n flno beef a few days ago preparing to feed tho bunkum preachers on beef rather than chickens, as eggs aro Kate Bow55 cents per dozen-- Mrs. man, who has been suffering with rheumatism, Is much improved. Tho young folks seem to bo at a loss for somo place to go since tho schools nnd churches aro closed. Wo hopo our boys who went to tho front to sustain our rights will soon be permitted to return that tho nrhing hearts may bo gladdened, father and mother rejoicing, brothers nnd sisters shaking hands, that probably never would havo been permitted to meet again hail tho "God enemy not been overcome. moves in n mysterious way His wonders to perform; Ho plants His footsteps in tho sea, and rides upon the storm." Many long days to tho Citizen nnd its readers. GARRARD COUNTY 28, 1918. East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else No eoTTMpondf nee poblWhfd U not for puMlf atlon, but Rehabilitation of Soldiers Is Work Immediately Ahead COMMISSIONERS SALE E. E. Brockman's Admr., Plaintiff vs. unlM tlgnrd In fall bj the writer. The name n ertdenre of swd faith. Write plainly. ; JACKSON COUNTY Bond Bond, Nov. 18. Wo hnvo been having somo splendid sunny days and JACKSON COUNTY BANK IUCSOURCES The sreat battle for the salvation Iron Mound, Nov. 21. Wo aro of tho world from Oerman Kultur Is having sonv3 hog killing weather and done with" for a good now, and quite a few aro being not "over around here. Dr. V. It. many thousands of the men who have butchered consequently It Combs was called from an army ben fighting It. and camp in Georgia on account of his Is not "orer and done with" for the sick children, two of whom aro not American who have been backing expected to live. Jessie Fielder, son them at home. These thousands are coming back of W. F. Fielder, died, tho 16th, of Ho leaves a mother, from the battle fields wounded and influenza. father, four brothers and four sis- disabled. Their sacrifices will b conters behind. Jess was a good, quiet tinued throughout their lives. But the sacrifice will be lessened as boy, and we feel sure that our loss much as possible bjr the greatest aur- F. Fielder gain. W. is heaven's sold to Clark County parties 46 CARTER COUNTY f shocts for twelve and ono half dolHitchins lars per hundred. There has been Liberty Loan Honor Hitchins, Nov. 25. Prof. 0. H. no new cases of influenza hero for Waugh, of Grayson, a Berea studont Counties Announced several days. now principal of our of 1913-1- 4, city graded high school, after n genCleveland. Dec 4. The six proudROCKCASTLE COUNTY erous vacation caused by tho "flu" est coon ties In the Fourth Federal Boone epidemic, has today reorganized Boone, Nov. 26. Wash Grant, of District are those which first reached his faculty and resumed work with First and Escondlda, was with homo folks the Liberty Loan quota. Along with tho following nnd'over Saturday and Sunday Jas. the pride of being first, they won the e..,.nmi DTvuln MU itnMi Vm.-Pn- i third end Bra, of Dripping Springs, was honor each of naming a U S. ship. Miss Ruio Blankenship; are fourth grados, Miss Ruth Knipp;! vi9ilinS nis uncIc' J"; Grant, of this The eoantlee HenryAshland. Vinton, in Ohio; HanFranklin and filth and sixth grades, Miss Gladys P'aco, last week There arc no cock In West Virginia, and McCreary G Fields, seventh and eighth nnd new cases of influenza in town at Mrs. Frank K. Martin In Kentucky. High School, Prof. O. H. Waugh. present. It spread rapidly for a has been chosen sponsor for Its ship while, resulting in sovcral deaths, by Franklin county; Mlsa Dorothy Mr. Waugh is to bo congratulated Martin and Tom Johnson havo Weir by Hancock county, and Miss on tho personell of his faculty and.-'I- ko tho good work ho did before tho completed their job of logging at Myrtle Campbell by McCreary county. not been namnd. "flu" disturbance. Now ho comes to' Valley View, and havo returned Mm nlhr G. L. Wren ia moving his en- - homo us with renewed strength and Kentucky Home," not forgetting to thusiasm, and wo expect the best of mill 'rom Valley View to White doff their hats and mur- accompany his efforts for Station, on Judge Goodloe s farm, results to Mrs. Lucy Bcldon and daughter, mur words of congratulation to tho higher and more complete educa- R. Susie, aro visiting at Paris tills licppy parents who havo boys "over tional attainments hcrc.-- H. Bricrly this morning becamo clerk week Mrs Rich, of Rockford, is seas." The prevailing cloudy, dampdwn with influenza, but Is somo weather lias greatly facilitated toin tho storo of Iuall & Company to betterRube Abney. Tom Johnson, baeco stripping and corn gathering, Miss Jessie Mobley mado a trip hands aro scarce, $2.50 per Grayson. Friday Mrs. Jane Wood, Gcorgo Payne, and Iko Martin strip- Bruin, was hero Saturday and motored to Lexington and back tho day being paid for tobacco of pers Public school lias opened day Since tho influenza Sunday to seo her brother, Privato very slim attendanco on ac- Rose, who is still unable to dcmlc is subsiding, wo hopo our with a Sunday-schoand churches will count of tho prevalence of the "flu." return to Camp Taylor Messrs. Many anxious mothers who failed to the public again, Pp Edward K. Cook and 0. E. Justice, lo get labels from tho boys "over- Hotel, were visiting, of tho Justico l seas" havo been comrortcu uy the homo of John Horton and other MADISON COUNTY statement that tho U. S. Gov Elliott County friends and relatives, Blue Lick yesterday Dr. Fred Tyrce and son, j Bluo Lick, Nov. 25. On tho day crnmcnt is returning all Christmas Ralph, mado a business trip to Gray that tho thrilling news of Peaco packages that havo been sent, for son, Friday. Saturday, at i:oo p. penetrated tho pino vo0d3 sur- - "tho boys aro coming home." Ray m., Secretary Edward K. cook, or rounding tho littlo valloy of Bluo Mainous will soon move to Kingston prop tho Industrial Y. M. C. A met our Lick, set like an emerald in Jew- - to what is known as tho Webb erty Nalh Evans will move to tho boys at tho Majestio Theatre and 0ie(i huis reflecting tho sunlight, tho Mainous-Da- niel organized them into three patrols snirit of Patriotism and Liberty homo vacated . by M,n hnm nvvno.l l,v Pr.vnn mnvnrt pio- - suddenly flamed up end a clear of Boy Scouts and a group of Nr.tl. Evans near tho Bluo Lick ! neors. singing noto of Americanism found ehureh. Sylvester Evans moved ! vibrant expression in tho form of back to his old homo after living in explosives and Joyous shouts, while WalliU'Ctnn for tlio past year. Klnirv CLAY COUNTY Vino tho liumblo laborors in tho Acids lillll'l lllt illtll UIO Jit lill (I'll Vino, Cold, cloudy lustily sang snatches 6t tho "Star Corps Nov. 23 in France will bo mustered Mrs. Mary Sounded Banner" and "My Old slill continues weather out and sent home first on tho tho- ory of "First come, first served- "adding "When wo roll our and you'll start for U. S. A., bcllovo Report of the condition of The Jackson County Bank, doing business sco somo happy Yanks.No other at the town of McKee, County of Jackson. State of Kentucky, at the close holiday in past or future annals of tho world's history will over gain of business on the 15th day of November, 1918: precedence over tho Thanksgiving ? frosty nights, which nro doing much to prcparo tlio corn crops for "gathering." Sinco tlio "flu" is almost a thing of tlio past around hero, and tho good news lias reached us from France, people aro taking now cour-ng- o and zeal in tho affairs of lifo. Since our last writing sovcral from around hero have passed into eternity ns a result of tho Spanish InPenningfluenza epidemic-Ito- bcrt ton and liltfo Dorthy Hacker both died tho samo day and were laid to rest in tlio York cemetery. Both worn grandchildren of "Undo Al" York. Also Buck Mooro and four of his children died In ono week, and thoir remains wcro interred in tho Green Hill Cemetery. Ono of them, Mrs. Hoy West, leaves n husband and two small children to mourn her loss. Wo wish to extend our sympathy to all those bereaved of their loved onos. Dillard Moore, who was in a training camp, is home for a ten days' furlough. Mr. and Mrs. Justico Willis aro tho proud parents of a flno baby boy. His namo is Robert Tho wheat crop is looking (Inc. and tlio acrecge is tho largest for years. II. JX. Akcmon now lias a grist mill in operation here, and James Davidson is erecting a roller mill at Peoples, threo nr four miles west of hero. CrcekJias moved to her new homo at this place Willio Howard accidentally cut a tree down on his little son, Virgil, and Instantly killed him. Tho parents liavo the sympathy of thoir many friends, as they have given up both their little ones in such n short time. Henry Pennington and family will soon move to Garrard County, whero they expect to make llioir future home. Willio Chestnut and family, of Chestnutburg, have moved to Bcrca. There aro not any new cases of influenza in this community. Bessie, Pennington is vist-in- g her aunt, Mrs. W. H. Creech, at Lancaster, who is very poorly. J. M. Morris, of tlio U. S. Army, visited homo folks last week. Married a few days ago, Leander Chestnut to Mis Maltie Daily. May thoir lives be long and happy. Clay, of Sexton Nannlo Brockman, Etc., Defendants Pursuant to Judgmont nnd order of sale entered in tho nbovo styled notion by the Madison Circuit Court, nt its October Term, 1018, tho undersigned Commissioner will to public salo to tho highest nnd best bidder on tho premises in Madison County, Ky., nt tho hour of II o'clock, a.m., on Friday, November 2l, 1018, tho following described ox-po- so properly. A certain tract of land in Madi3on County, Ky., near Wallacoton, and bounded and described as follows: Beginning nt n big whito oak marked 12, thenco N. 17 W. 55.28 rods to n fenco corner nt 2; thenco N. 83 W. 60.62 rods to a fenco corner marked 3; thenco 8. 2 E. 22JM0 rods to a fenco corner marked 4; thenco S. 17 E. 50.50 rods to a fence E. corner marked 5; thenco 8. 80 7.25 rods to a hickory tree at f3; thenco S. R8H E. 10 rods to a fence corner marked 7; thenco N. 004 K. 50,72 rods to a corner nt 8; bofng In n pond; thenco N. 18 W. 7.87 rods to r. point of Beginning, containing 32 (32.61) acres of land, t and plat of which Is mado part hereof nnd filed herewith. This land is to includo also a ot pass way from tho pond cornor to tho Higcnbotham pass way. Terms: Said land will bo sold on n credit of six months, tho pur-- 1 chaser being required to execute salo bond with approved security bearing 0 per cent interest from day of salo until paid, with a lien retained on tho land to secure the payment of same. R. B. Tcrrlll, Master Commissioner Madison Circuit Court. FARMS TOR SALE ESTILL COUNTY Iron Mound pica! ability of the world, and by the money of the country A considerable part of the last Liberty funds wll! be ii.eit in such rehabilitation work as tho world never dreamed of In past years. It will Include surgery, artificial limbs, medical services, and finally rotational training which will enable the sol dier to take up his life again and make It of value to himself and society The picture above shows one retrained soldier for whom a mechanical arm application makes It possible to work In a chemical laboratory. Ixn Peace, As War, Must Be Financed We are going to hare to finance peace for a while Just as we hare to finance' war. So says Secretary MeAdoo In announcing the certainty of another Liberty Loan. There are orer 2,000,000 United States soldiers abroad," he pointed out. "If we transport these men back to the United Stales at the rate of 300.040 a month. It will be oyer hair a year before they are all returned. Our army, therefore, must be maintained, victualed, and clothed for many months after peace la an If it's farm land you want, I have it, nnd If you aro looking for n bargain come to me, for I have the farm you want, nt the prlca you want to pay. No. COO5 acres of land right in town, all fenced and In good shape, on rock pike in 100 yards of graded school, one quarter milo of railroad frame, depot a No. 1 seven-rootwo-stohouse with porches, nlee yard, hen, meat and wood houses, all buildings new, good garden. Ono of tho best buildings nnd locations in town. Price 11,800. m ry hr ' tcr epi-"Bo- b" ol oill-cia- having good hog killing weather-rever- ently good many farmers havo taken advantage of tho damp weather and have bulked lots of tobacco and aro stripping lots of tho weed-Da- niel 0. Botkin, Jr., was operated on. for appendicitis at tho Robinson Hos-allpital, on Thursday, and is doing niocly Caleb Grim and .imily nro visiting at Wm. Grim's Bert Grim, of Deputy, Intl., is visiting his father, Wm Grim Egbert Grim i3 D. S. Bot- moving to Mississippi kin bought and sold over 100 turkoys to tho market. They brought a lot of cash into this neighborhood $1,200. Paid 25 cts. per lb. A ho OWSLEY COUNTY ' Scoville Seoville, Nov. 23 Hog killing and iittx rvfinrttn1 rU- nnxn rfiiltiANinn n ' " " influ- "upations at this placo-- Tho patients ill this community aro Tlio ,cn(,c1 ;;; anil. vo in this district 1 ,t .n ,ac ,cr " Mcf nt-- "l y- f.ca VnnniA TllM.I fn. 1 -- returned to ",n,1 ? Mr. and Mrs. Rob Bond received a last Saturday from their aon, 1,0 W'?? ,,n' S ... I U f',a"m' sa'in M,ain0 ,s a, ml zono I o Lot ar'T I fv 7r e",,.n, UJit "If1 Loans and Discounts Overdrafts, secured and unsecured Stocks, Bonds and other Securities , uue irom nanus. Cash on hand Checks and other cash items Ranking House, furniture and Fixtures ... r .". . , .. Total LIABILITIES' Capital Stock paid in, in cash Surplus Fund Undivided Profits, less expenses and taxes paid Deposits subject to check $171,019.34 Time Deposits 31,000.00 , TOTAI o"v"'r into. T1. .111I,lnntn aehnnta and our victory. Let everybody r"V "r.- $ 74,105.63 Mon in this County wero 1,464.51 celebrato and participate in tho uni day, November 25lh but 011 aie. unt versal joy. Grim care, moroscnoss, 37. 344. 9 hn l',",'c,"' '" a now filart' 07,070. jy anxiety, hale, and fear, ought all bo!f has been postponed. it 4, 59. M relegated Iq tho oblivion of tho past Earnestville .. 115.09 and scoured off by tho "oil of joy," -- Fnnncrs fnV. L'nrnnaf vllln 1,400.00 proving that tho spirit of Liberty aro all busy gathering corn and and Brotherly Lovo is tho sweetest, uso t 128,096.84 most lovely characteristic that dom- getting their fuel for winter trap, Sovcral of our boys havo been inates American people. ping nnd catching very valuable Wallacston animals for thoir furs Leo Gab$ 15,000,00 Wallaceton, Nov. 21 Wo ore bard has been very ill with Influ- 5,000.00 ii.u.ou.-.j- . itisuuungm, W.!V)i Jl rLSSl avlljj to Bryantsvllle Bryanlsville, Nov. 25 The "flu" ban has been lifted here, and tho school was opened Monday morningMrs. J. W. Bryant was called to Paint Lick, Tuesday, on nccount of tho illness of her daughter, Mrs. B. B. Montgomery Mrs. Hogan Ballard was suffering with a scvero cp.80 of tonsllitis last week. Mrs. J. C Williams entertained tlio ladies of tho W. a T. U. Friday afternoon. Quito an interesting program was rendered and delightful refreshments served Mr. nnd Mr. W. K. Davis wero Danville visitors, Thursday. J. C. Williams saw tho football garno in Danville, Friday. Tho Centre College boys played Camp Taylor oHleer.s and beat them by a largo score Mr. and Mrs. Williams and tho Misses Mary Lou Measlo, Fannlo Dowden and Mary Bell Holcomb woro in Lancaster Saturday night to seo "IlcarU of tho World." Mrs. Chas Dean and Miss Pearhio Mao Grow accompanied Miss Boswell lo her homo at Springfield and spent tho week end. Miss Boswell is tho lenchi' at tho Grovo school. MULTIPLYING THE POWER THE ADVERTISEMENTS. acres 00 Farm of Bi closo to mall, telephone, school and churches; 04 acred cleared, fenced and kross-fencofencing good; 41 acres In clover and timothy; largo orchard, good garden and no better water anywhere; a lot of nico timber. This farm It frame nearly all level. Seven-roohouse, two barns. 32x3 each; ailo nnd all necessary outbuildings and granaries. Twenty tons Of hay, 2 cows, 2 cnlvos. 2 horses, 2 wagons, acres corn, about 00 bushels 0 of wheat, about 200 bushels of oats, one-ha- lf aero potatoes, 9 head hogs, binder, mowing mnchlno and rake, wheal drill, corn drill, breaking plow, cultivator and harrow. Price for all. $7,000; for farm, No. 500 country road, d; m -2 two-hor- se $5,000. No. 1 A farm of 53 acres on county road, closo to school, church and store, all level, not one foot of waste ono acre. land; all In timber.-excop- t y, six A new framo house, rooms, hen and moat house, young orchard. A nice location and can't 0. bo beat for the money. Price two-storIL-00- - No. OF HUJ WUimift . V; 4.077.50 204,019.34 $ll8,096.1j4 Save Wheat for Our Soldiers Good Light Bread and Biscuit State of Kentucky, County ol Jackson, Set: We, D. G. Collier and J. R. Hays, President and Cashierof the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of oar knowledge and belief. L). O. Collier, President J. R. Hays, Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this lid day of November, 1918. R. M. Ward, Clerk Jackson County Court By John Fowler, D. C. can be made from POTTS' RYE FLOUR Order a sack from your Grocer and be Convinced To get the fullest measure of effectiveness out of nuwHpaper ndvcrtU-Ing- , the udvertlsenifntH xtioulil, rlrat, lie. prepurvd uccortltng to the best accepted utamlunls. Then, when they havo the utmost power built Into thera, that power should be multiplied by as many addi Why Whits Corn Is Cheapest Footf. tional facto aa can be found avail' Those who have made careful study I able. of the nutritive properties of various For example, suppose a grocer were grains uud foods, agree that white to advertise todny a great sale of corn Is thu most satisfactory. It Is canned eoods for tomorrow, lie should also tho cheapest. Figures quoted by take as many copies of the advertise, thu Literary Digest show thut one tuent as required and paste one on pouad gf cornmeol, hominy, or grits Is each window, facing the sidewalk, and tqusl In food vnlue to one pound of one In each conspicuous pluco in the wheat flour, one pound of rice, one and tore. pounds of cheese, two aud one-haHo should also give each salesman r pounds ot round steak, a copy of It to study and remember. two docen eggs, peck of potaf Passers-band customers will again toes, six pints of milk. see the announcement and be remind' ed of the sale. The clerks will know all about tho sule and can often sug- JOHN WHITE 4 CO. LAUtaVlllI, KY. gest It to their customers. In this way the advertiser gets munjr Liberal MSertmeat more times the value of his advertising sad full valua ut pructlcully no additional cost. That far .FURS Is how successful advertisers go about their camputgns uud severul local HldM sad merchants are following the sums plan. QmI asJaa I lf thrse-quarteone-haly 508-i-fnrm of ,102tt ocros bluo grass land; all fenced, all in grass, 10 acres of which la blue grass; on county road; close to school, churches and stores; good house. This water nnd n fnrm is about 5 miles from Danville, Ky. This Is good land; can't be beat for tho money. Prlco $150 per acre. Terms enn be mado on most all farms. I have tho most complete list of farms that I know of. Write for my price list It's free, Monroe Thompson, Waynosburf. Ky.